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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


ubli ihed b 1uthorit h.


Vol. S9. s.\[[NT V\N-\ N I1'. TUNISD)AY. 24 1_'RIL I'.56. \n 24.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 171.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.

It is notified for general in format ion that thrr will 1ie a meetlin of the
Legislative Council at the ontn--il Chnmier. Kingsiown. on Thuirsday. 3rd
May. 1956, at 10.CO0 a.m.
A cordial invitation to attend is extenie. o fthe geiieral public.
24th April. 1956
(A. 111949 II.)

No. 172.
REPORT OF THE COMMISSION OF ENQUIRY ON THE SUGAR INDUSTRY
OF ST. VINCENT.
It is notified that the Report of the Commission of Enquiry on the Sugar
Industry of St. Vincent (locally known as the Jolly Report) has now been made
available for study by the public.
Government emphasize that it in no way commits itself to support any of
the opinions or recommendations expressed therein. But it feels that this
vigorous and stimulating report should now be made available for study by the
interests concerned and by the public.
A limited number of copies are available and one will be kept for reference
on application at Government Office.
The Recommendations of the Report are as follows:-
(1) "A re-valuation of the Company's various properties by an impartial,
qualified accountant nominated by the Government. Besides the re-valuation,
the accountant should advise the Company and Government on the best
method of presentation for the accounts and lay down accounting procedures
from which costs will be calculated.
(2) Contracts should be signed with every producer who has supplied
not less than 5 tons of cane to the Factory in 1955 for a tonnage of cane equal
to his delivery in that year. These contracts will be the property of the cane
grower and cannot be revoked or transferred by the Company. If it is
necessary to adjust the total supply of cane either upward or downward at














S \A. V\ ,' TTTEsl)AY. 21 APRIL, 1 956.-(No. 24).


any time in the future, such adjustments should be pro rata among all
contracting cane growers.
(3) When farmers have been given permission by the Cane )Farmers'
Officer to cut cane they should be issued with delivery slips representing 5-ton
truck loads to the extent of the estimated production of the area to be cut.
These slips should specify the days on which deliveries are to be made and
should indicate that the cane must be cut not more than one day before
delivery. The slips are intended to impress the producer with the necessity
of orderly cutting and delivery of cane and not to be used by the Company
as grounds for rejecting cane.
(4) A cane Farmers' Officer should be appointed who for the first five
years will be under the supervision of the Superintendent of Agriculture
and his salary met from public revenue. He will be required to conduct
educational programmes and simple investigations into the cane farming
industry as well as assist Company's employees in organising cane deliveries
during the crop.
(5) A cane Farmers' Association should be established to represent the
interests of peasant farmers (under 500 tons per year) supplying cane to
the factory. The Association should be of an essentially democratic nature.
(0) The price of farmers' cane should be arrived at by the following
formula:
1 60S 40S 100M 1 0.4S M
C = (- + or ( 0.6S +
R 100 300 R 3
Where C = the price of cane fixed by the formula; no standard deduction
in future to be made for trash.
R = the number of tons of cane required to produce 1 ton of sugar.
S = the average price of sugar and molasses sold during the Com-
pany's previous financial year taking into account all delivery
costs, Preference Certificates and other adjustments.
M = the cost of manufacture per ton of sugar as shown by the
Comuany's accounts.
Suppliers should receive an initial payment for their cane on delivery and
the difference in the total price calculated by the formula and the initial
payment should be distributed as soon after the end of the Company's fin-
ancial year as possible.
(7) An Ordinance similar to the Agricultural Small Holdings Ordinance
in Grenada should be introduced with the object of improving terms of
tenure of land rented by cane farmers and others.
(8) The Registrar of Trade Unions should take steps to cancel the
registration of defunct Trade Unions.
(9) The Registrar should enforce the provision of the Trade Union
Ordinance relating to the annual submission of audited accounts of Trade
Unions.
(10) A Wages Council should be established solely for the sugar indus-
try to supersede the present council for Major Crops (sugar and arrowroot).
Workers' members on the Council should be selected to give representation
to different classes of workers and to different districts in which sugar
provides employment; members should not be drawn from defunct Trade
Unions. Independent members should be impartial and if unobtainable in
St. Vincent should be recruited from some other British West Indian Island.
(11) A Works Committee should be established at Mount Bentinck
Estates Limited to deal with conditions of employment which do not fall
within the province of the Wages Council."
24th April, 1956.
No. 15S.
APPOINTMENTS.

COTTON CLOSE SEASON, 1956.

Under the provisions of Section 8 (1) of the Cotton Protection Ordinance,
Cap. 37, the under-mentioned persons have been appointed Inspectors for the
purpose of the Close Season Regulations:-
C. J. WILLIAMS -Agricultural Assistant (North Windward)
R. I. MORRIS -Agricultural Assistant (South Windward)
G. R. VANLOO -Senior Agricultural Instructor
M. S. MORRIS
H. V. D. SHORTTE ,,















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY. 24 APRIL, 1956.-(No. 24).


A. E. LAWRENCE
E. FRANCIS
J. H. CROZIER
J. C. DUBLIN
K. D. BONADIE
J. A. DE FREITAS
CORNELIUS WILLIAMS
C. B. MATTHEWS
L. C. THOMAS
0. F. GOULD
JOSHUA JACKSON
C. F. NICHOLLS
ROBERT LOUGHEED
JAMES CHEESE
JONATHAN BABB
ALFRED FINDLAY
WALTER BUSHAY
CHRISTIAN ADAMS
THEOPHILUS HARRY
JAMES ROBERTS
L. GOODING
CLIVE CHARLES
DAVID MCTAIR
17th April, 1956.
(B. 14/1951.)


No. 173.
TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT.

His Honour th- Adlministrator has
been pleased to approve the appoint-
ment of Mr. GUY I. ALEXANDER to the
post of Junior Road Overseer, Public
Works Department, on one (1) year's
probation, with effect from 7th March,
1956.
24th April, 1956.
(P.F. 180).






No. 174.
RESUMPTION OF DUTY.

Miss ERinss HORNI,, District Nurse.
Layou, who was granted three (3)
months' vacation leave with effect from
6th Jannary, 1956, resumed duty on 8th
April, 1956.
24th April, 1956.
(P.F. 698).'






No. 175.
RESIGNATION.

Miss HYACINTH MULZAC, Surveying
Draughtsman, Lands and Survey's De-
partment. St. Vincent, with effect from
1st April, 1956.
24th April, 1956.
(P.F. 644).


-Agricultural Instructor




-Junior Agricultural Instructor





-Field Assistant C.P.E. Station
-Forest Guard, North Windward
-Diamond
-Kingstown
-Kingstown
-Vermont
-Barrouallie
-Troumaca
-Rosebank
-Land Settlement Watcher, Bequia
-Canouan
-Ranger Union Island.


No. 176.
BIQUIA DISTRICT COUNCIL.

RESIGNATIONS.

Mr. F. A. SIMMONS has resigned as an
elected Member, Bequia District Coun-
cil. as from 17th April, 1956.
The Honourable C. L. TANNIS has
resigned as a nominated member of the
Bequia District Council as from 22nd
April 1956.
24th April, 1956.


No. L77.


LEGISLATION.


' The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified that
Her M:'jesty the QUEEN will not be
advised to exercise her power of dis-
allowance in regp.ect of the following
Ordin.:nice of this Government:-
No. 4 of 1956.-An Ordinance to ratify
the Agreement of the First day of
November, 1954, enter.'d into
between the Governments of
certain Caribbean Ten itories l and
the West Indies Navigat ion Com-
pany Limited.
(S. 15/1945 II).
24th April, 1956.

No. 178.
TI'h following Document is pub-
lished with this issnu of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 20.-The Income Tax
(Evasion oi' Tax Payment) (Pre-
ven ion) Revocation) Rules, 1956.
(J 20il951).
24th April. 1956;.















L21 SAlYrT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 24 APRIL, 1956-(No. 24.)


No. 179.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE'E


The \administration RPi)ort
Vital- St Listics fo llh- year
published with ihis iss i. of thle
24th April, 1956.


on the
1954 is
Gazette.


No. 164.
VACANT POSTS.

POST OF FARM MANAGER OTTLEY
HALL PRISON FARM.

Applications are invited for appoint-
ment to the post of Farm Manager,
Ottley Hall Prison Farm, under C.D. & W.
Scheme D.586, particulars of which are
as follows:-
Appointment. The post is non-pen-
sionable and appointment thereto will be
on a temporary contractual basis for a
period of three years. The Officer will
be subject to the Colonial Regulations
and General Orders and Financial and
Stores Rules of the Windward Islands,
and to the various Ordinances and Sub-
sidiary Legislation in force In the Colony
in so far as they are applicable. The
Officer will be a member of the staff of
the Agricultural Department St. Vincent.
Salary. The salary is at the rate of
$1,416.00 p.a. in the scale ($1,416 x $72-
$1,706 x $96-$1,992).
Travelling Allowance. Travelling Al-
lowance is payable in accordance with
local regulations in respect of a means
of transport approved by the Adminis-
tration.
Qualifications. Applicants should have
a knowledge of Agriculture and Animal
Husbandry, and the keeping of Dairy
and Stores Accounts and be capable of
handling labour. A fair standard of
education is required.
Quarters. Quarters are not provided.
Duties. The duties will include the
management of the Ottley Hall Prison
Farm and Dairy, the supervision of
Prison labour and the keeping of proper
records and Stores Accounts.
Applications giving full particulars of
the applicant's qualifications and expe-
rience and accompanied by two testi-
monials, should be addressed to the
Superintendent of Agriculture, St. Vin-
cent, and should reach him not later
than 30th April, 1956.
17th April 1956.

No. 165.
SENIOR ACCOUNTANT. GRENADA.

Applications are invited frn suit-
ably qualified candidates for appoint-
ment to the post of ,einior Aeconntant,
Grena:da. which has been vented under


the Hurricane Rehabilitation Pro-
graminme. Particulars of the post are
as follows:-
Appointment: The post is non-pen-
sionable, and the ;i ppointinent will be
on a contractual basis for a period of 2
or 3 years in the first instance.
1. Duties of Office, and qualifications
required for their performance.
(1) To introduce, operate and super-
vise systems of accounting for
A. A programme of Agricul-
tural Rehabilitation.
B. A Rehousing programme
with grant and loan fea-
tures.
(2) Control of accounting staff.
(3) Preparation of Financial sum-
maries as and when required.
(4) Such other duties as the O.A.G.
may from time to time direct.
Qualifications: Chartered Account-
ant or Senior Accountant otherwise
qualified.
2. Emoluments of Office :-
(a) Pensionable :
(b) Non-pensionable : 1,000 to
1,500 according to qualifica-
tion and experience.
3. Allowances, quarters, and other
circumstances affecting the value
of the Office, including grant of
free or assisted passages to the
Officer and his family on first
appointment and on leave.
Free passages- for self, wife and
two children will be provided on
first appointment and on satis-
factory termination of the ap-
pointment. Local transport will
be provided for approved travel
on duty or travelling allowance
in Ien if car already owned.
Thr Officer and family may be
require. d ito reside temporarily
or fo r ;t longer periw! in a hotel
i'i which ca-se Gov'r ,ment will
contrilinl e to his hotel expenses
according to a formula of gen-
eral application in such matters.
In the event of Government
quarters becoming avail:ile, the
officer will hbe required to pay
rental not exceeding 10%o of his
salary. The Officer will be eli-
gible for leave on full salary at
the rate of 1 week for each com-
pleted period of 3 months service.
Such leave to be taken on the
satisfactory completion of the
period of engagement.,
4. Nature. number, and amount of
securities required, and mode of
giving them.
NIL.














-SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 APRIL, 1956.-(No. 24). 125


5. Acts, laws or or linances making
provision respecting any of the
above matters, with reference to
the sections in which such pro-
vision is made.
NIL.
6. Whether house accommodation is
available or readily procurable
whether furniture, &c., should be
brought from England, and any
other particulars of a like nature
likely to be useful for the inform-
ation of candidates.
Suitable house not at present avail-
able. Furniture can be hired from
the Public Works Department at
10% -f cost if and when house be-
comes available.
7. Whether free medical attendance
and medicines are provided.
NO.
8. Whether and. if so, what rates and
taxes are payable.
Income Tax at local rates.
Applications giving full particulars
of candidate, his qualifications and
experience, accompanied by two testi-
monials. which will not be returned,
should be addressed to the Chief Secre-
tary, Windward Islands, Grenada, and
should reach him not later than the 30th
April, 1956.
17th April, 1956.


No. 166.
FIRST NOTICE.

NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS FOR COM-
PENSATION UNDER ARTICLE 15 (a)
OF THE JAPANESE PEACE TREATY

REMITTANCES OF COMPENSATION
MONIES ABROAD.

While there do not appear to be any
laws or formal regulations covering the
subject of the remittance of compen-
sation monies abroad, we are informed
that the present practice is as follows:-
1. Claimants who are resident abroad
(i.e., ex-Japan) must place the
amount they receive as compen-
sation in a non-resident account
if it is their intention to remit.
The whole amount must he o
pl ic *d in on' transaction.
2 Front this non-r'sident account
lheo following payments ar )per-
nuissibl, :-
r. Remittance of the equivalent of
U.S. $500 (Y 180,000) every six
months. A se;erateapplic ntin
is required for each remitttnce.
i. Living (xipnses of the clailman't
if* hi or ?he visits Japan.


c. Gift of not more than Y 100,000
per nmensenm to a person living
in Japan.
d. Investment in child stocks (i.e.,
purchase of new issues of shares
where the claimant already
owns shares in the company
concerned).
e. By special permission, loans may
be made.
3. In order that Her Majesty's
Government may satisfy them-
selves that all non-resident claim-
ants are receiving the benefit of
the practice abovementioned, it is
requested that:
a. allclaimantsor their agents who
have received their coinpensa-
tion and who have applied for
remittance in foreign currency,
inform H.M. Embassy, Tokyo
as soon as possible of the amount
(s) applied for (with date of
application) and the amount (s)
granted.
b. all claimants, or their agents.
who intend to make applications
for remittance (either as regards
monies al ready received or to be
received in the future), inform
Her Majesty's Embassy at an
early date of their intention.
c. if there is no intention to apply
for a remittance, advice be sent
to H.M. Embassy to this effect.
17th April, 1956.


No. 167.
SECOND NOTICE.

With reference to the above notice,
the Ministry of Finance is prepared to
consider applications for an increased
remittance up to a maximum of the
equivalent of U S. $1,200 every six
months in the case of individuals who
come within one of the undernoted
categories:-
1. Persons who are 60 years of age
or more.
2. Persons who are unemployed and
who are registered as seekir:g
employment.
3. Persons who are suffering from
serious ill health which makes
necessary or desirable extra in-
come. Such applications to ni
also suppi)l)orte(d by a incii; il e .i-
1fiate.
4. Pe-rsons who are financially le-
sponsible for a th pend(kti or
dependents who are -uffe(rin
from s-erious illies, a .I c, i!iid
in (3) above.
\Without any engagement \vtha-'sever
oin their part, the Ministry will be pro.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 APRIL. 1956.-(No. 24).


pared to give coniidetration on in ad hoc
basis to appiiia:ions fr-ir individual .-.
supported )by necessal y i:;foi nm tion and
exi, lantion, whb


to prosecute or give evidence, or sum-
nioned ais Jurors or witne-seP are com-
ianildd to give their 'personal atten-
d an n


5. are i:i need of their money f'or a 8th March, 1956.
specific object of necessity, such __
as re p:ayment of a mortgage or NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
debt. the purchase of a house for of the Supreme Court of the Windward
his own use, or for the education Islands and Leeward Islands will be
of his children. held at the Court House in Kingstown,
Applications from residents in the for the trial of CIVIL causes in the
United Kingdom, with the necessary Summary and Original Jurisdictions of
supporting erilence should be addressed 1 the Court on Tuesday the 24th day
to th- Foreign Otfie (Claims Depart- of April. 1956, commencing at 10.00
meant, 17, (arlton House Terrace, o'clock in the forenoon.
London, S.W. 1.) or. if the applicant is 8th March, 1956.
resident outside the United Kingdom, to
the appropriate British authority in the
country in which he or she is residing. NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting


Applications must not be sent direct
to Japan, as they will not be considered
unless supported by a recommendation
from the authorities mentioned above.
17th April, 1956.

No. 157.
REPORT OF COMMISSION OF EN.
QUIRY INTO AGRICULTURAL
WORKERS' WAGES.

It is notified for general information
that the Report of the Commission of
Enquiry into Wages and other con-
ditions of employment of Agricultural
Workers in the Colony has now been
printed.
Copies are available for sale at the
Government Printing Office at $1.50
each.
10th April, 1956.
By Corn mand,.
A. L SAMUEL,
Acting Government .-feretary.
GOVERlNMENT OFFICE.
241h April, 1956.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.


SUPREME COURT NOTICES.

NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CRIMINAL causes on
Tuesday the 24th day of April, 1956,
commencing at 10.00 o'clock in the
forenoon.o
All parties concerned, also such per-
sons fa aire bound over by recognizance


0o the Supreme Uourt ot the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the hearing of APPEALS FROM
MAGISTRATES on. Tuesday the 24th
day of April, 1956, commencing at
10.00 o'clock in the forenoon.
C. E. A. RAWLE,
Registrar, Supreme Court.
REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
8th March, 1956.

SAINT VINCENT.
By Authority of the Patents Ordinance
(Chapter 155 of the Revised Laws of Saint
Vincent, 1926).

(Gazetted 1956).

In connection with the application
made liy FOLK ROLAND WERNER
WERNESKOG of Forserum, Sweden, for
a patent in respect of an invention
for -Mnultilayer boards or slabs for
cons rti ctiotnal purposes and methods
of mrinufacturing sami-", NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that tlie complete speci-
fication of the said invention which has
been lodged in due form, has been
accepted and is open to public inspec-
tion.
2. Any person may at any time within
two months from the date of publication
of this notice in the Gazette. give notice
to the Registrar of opposition to the issue
of a certificate of registration upon any
of the grounds prescribed by section 27
of the aforesaid Ordinance for opposi-
tion to the grant of Letters Patent.
C. E. A. RAWLE.
Registrar of Patents.
Patent Office.
Saint Vincent.
6th April. 1956.















SAINT VINCENI'. TUIliIDAY, 24 APRIL, 1.95Th.-(No. 24).


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance," their properties having
been levied upon will be offered for sale at 1 p.m. on Saturday 28th April, 1956,
at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.

F. E. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.


Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
6th April, 1956.


DISTRICT II.


Name of Owner or
Occupier
Bacchus, Abraham
Bailey, A. James .
Bailey, James
Bailey, Louisa ..
Bailey, Nathaniel
Bailey, Ruth
Bennett, Georgiana

Brown, Ellen, Hrs.
Brown, Joseph ..
Cabrall, Theresa
Carter, Minneter
Cato, Royal .
Crease, Victor, Hrs. -
DaSilva, Emanuel
Davis, Joshua
Frederick, Elsie
Findlay, Gerald
Giles, Amos
Hector, Evina
Herbert, D. Hugh
Hercules, Caroline
Huggins, E. Richard
Jackson, Benjamin
Jackson, George -.
James, Claudius
John, Jeremiah
King, Joseph -.
Lynch, Margaret -
Marriaqua Mutual Society
McDowall, Henrietta
McDowall, C. Walter
Moore, Nathaniel
Parsons, E. M. Hrs.
Parsons, Gennie
Parsons, E. Theodore
Pope, Joseph -.
Primus, Jessica
Richards, Margaret
Shallow, Arthur
Simon, Octavia
Sterling, Hilda
Theobalds, Amelia
Thomas, Agatha
Thomas, Eileen
Weekes, Eveline
Williams, Daniel
Williams, Isaiah
Williams, Jerome -.
Williams, Jerusha,
Williams, Robert


Situation of
Property
Richland Park
Cane End
New Farm
Farm
Mt. Pleasant
Farm
Mesopotamia

Cane End
Richland Park
Hopewell
Caruth
Hopewell
Farm
Hopewell
Francois
Hopewell
Mesopotamia
Richland Park
Kelly Park
Mt. Pleasant
Farm
Cane End
Yambou
Hopewell
Camel
Richland Park
Hopewell
Montreal
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Richland Park
Richland Park
Mesopotamia
Glenside
Carriere
Farm
Richland Park
Richland Park
Mt. Pleasant
Richland Park
Caruth
Cane End
Richland Park
Simpsons
Francois
Farm
Kelly Park
Mt. Pleasant
Richland Park
Mesopotamia


Description of
Property
1 Acre, 2 rds.
1 Dwelling house
1 Acre, 2 roods
3 Acres, 2 roods
1 Dwelling house
1 Acre
1 Dwelling house and
spot
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
24 Poles
4 Acres
24 Poles
7 Acres, 2 roods
1 Dwelling house
19 Poles
1 Dwelling house
1 House spot
1 Acre
2 Roods
1 Rood
1 Acre
1 Dwelling house
1 Acre
1 House
1 House spot
1 Acre
1 Wooden Building
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 House spot
4 Acres
3 Acres
1 Acre
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 House spot
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
2. Acres
2 Acres
2 Acres, 1 rood
5 Acres
1 Rood
1 Acre
1 House spot















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 APRIL, 1956.-(No. 24)


REMOVAL NOTICE.

The general public is hereby notified
that the Treasuni, Land and House Trax
and Income Tax Ollices will take up new
quarters at the n. ,v Ad!ministrative
Block of buildings, Halifax Street. as
from Monday 23rd April, 156.
All public buisines will be transacted
at these premises as from Monday, 23rd
April, 1956.
F. E. WILLIAMS,
Acoun/ant General (Ag.)
Treasury Departime ii,
Kimr1n rrowi


16th April, 1956.


(ii) the cars are made available only
to users whose business or p, blic
duties involve long distance travel
over up-coiuntry roads;
(tii) the purchasers can establish that
they have a gen nine need for this
type cf car for purposes of import-
ance to the territory;
(iv) no resale is allowed except to
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REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE.
16th December, 1955.

Sir,

I have the honour to submit this Report on the Vital Statistics for the
year 1954.

I. POPULATION.
1. St. Vincent's population at the 31st December, 1954 was estimated at
75,200, as compared with 73,132 for 1953 and 61,647 at the Census on the 9th April,
1946. There was a net increase of 2,068 during the year under review, and 13,553
since 1S46. The excess of the number of persons who arrived (5,244) in the
Colony over the number who left (5,168) during 1954 was 76. The rate of natural
increase was 2C.4 showing an increase of 3.1 since 1946. The population com-
prised of 35,693 males and 39,507 females.
2. Inquiries have from time to time been made concerning the population
of Kingstown and other major towns. It is, however, difficult to estimate these
figures as there are no records available for the internal movement of the
population. Nevertheless the following table attempts to supply the answer.
The figures are estimated by taking the 1946 Census figures for each division
and adding thereto the proportionate increase.

District Census 1946 1953 1954
Kingstown ...... 4,833 5,764 6,201

Kingstown Suburbs
Sion Hill to Clare Valley ...... 9,933 11,814 12,251

Southern District
Calliaqua-Marriaqua ...... 14,279 16,777 17,102

Eastern District
Bridgetown, Colonarie, George-
town, Sandy Bay ...... 16,072 19,112 19,641

Western District .
Layou, Barrouallie, Chateau-
belair ..... 12,051 14,331 14,535

Grenadines
Bequia, Mustique, Union Is.,
Canouan, Mayreau ...... 4,479 5,334 5,470

61,647 73,132 75,200

3. A detailed study of population increases in the several age divisions over
the past six years is possible from Table I.

II. MEAN POPULATION.
4. The mean population on which rates of Births, Deaths and Marriages
have been calculated and which is arrived at by taking the mean figures for *he
year under review and the previous year is 74,160.

III. FERTILITY AND MARRIAGE.
5. During 1954, the total number of births registered was 3,117 or 48 more
than the previous yea.. Male births outnumbered female births by 1,5'4 to
1,543. The illegitimacy rate increased by .7 being '16.6 as compared with 75.9
in 1953. The birth rate of 41.4 for 1954 fell short of that for 1953 which was 42.5.
6. Stillbirths numbered 119 co-mpared with 97 in 1953. The number of Still-
births per 100 live births was 3.8.
7. The number of registered births of persons legitimate by the Re-regis-
tration of Births under the Legitimation Ordinance No. 5 of 1930 was 12. In
1953 the number was 4.
8. There were 234 Marriages registered of which 24 were Civil M. ~-ies.
The marriage rate for 1954 was 3.11 as against 3.04 for the previou-s ".. he
average ages of bridegrooms and brides were 31.8 and 24.2 respectively, tb'~
showing signs of earlier marriages.

















9. 5 decrees absolute of Divorce were granted by the St. Vincent Circuit
of the Court as compared with 3 in 1953.

IV. MORTALITY.
10. There were 1,125 deaths registered during the year as compared with
1,127 in 1953. Of this number 538 were males and 587 were females. The death
rate was 14.9 which is lower than it was in 1953 when it was 15.6.
11. Deaths among children under one year of age fell to 366 as compared
,with 377 in 1953. There was also a drop in the Infant Mortality rate from 122.8
to 117.4. Since 1946 when it was 98.1 infant mortality rates have shown an
upward trend with a maximum of 125.3 in 1952 and a minimum of 90.6 in 1949.
12. There were 148 persons who died at the age of 75 and over of which
54 were males and 94 females.
13. The Causes of death have been tabulated according to the International
Statistical Classification of Diseases, Injuries, and Causes of Death 1948. I am
again indebted to the Medical Department for the tabulation set out in Table 7.
The principal causes of death for 1954 are as follows:-

Cause of Death No. of Deaths


Tuberculosis of Respiratory System ...... ...... 30
Gastro-enteritis and Colitis ..... ...... ...... 117
Acute bronchitis ...... ...... ...... ...... 74
Broncho pneumonia ...... ...... ...... ...... 36
Syph ilis ...... ...... ..... ...... ...... 25
M easles ...... ..... ...... ...... ...... 33
Avitaminosis and other deficiency states ...... 81
Diseases of early infancy ...... ...... ...... 139
Senility ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 132
Diseases of the heart ...... ...... ...... ...... 54

V. SEARCHES.
14. The Searches in the records of this Department for 1954 were 1918.

VI. STATISTICAL TABLES.
The following Statistical Tables are appended:-
1. End of Year Population by Sex and Age 1949-1954.
2. End of .Year Population, Natural Increase and Net Migration 1946-1954.
3. Live Births and Stillbirths by Legitimacy and Sex, and Deaths by Sex 1954.
4. Quarterly Statistics of Births and Deaths 1954.
5. Deaths by Age and Sex 1954.
6. Deaths under 1 year by Sex and District 1954.
7. Classification of Causes of Deaths by Age Group 1954.
8. Male Births, Age of Mother and Order of Biltth, for Legitimate and Illegitimate
Births 1954.
9. Female Births, Age of Mother and Order of Births, for Legitimate and Illegi-
timate Births 1954.
10. Marriages according to Age and Previous Condition.of Persons Marrying 1954.
11. Marriage: Relative Ages of Brides and Bridegrooms 1954.
12. Passengers arriving and departing by countries 1954.
13. Migration: Males, Females and Children 1954.
14. Births, Deaths and Migration by Sex 1946-1954.
15. Births and Stillbirths by Legitimacy and Sex, Infant Deaths by Sex and
Marriages 1946-1954.

16. Mean Population and Vital Rates 1946-1954.

I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,

C. E. A. RAWLE,
Registrar General.
His Honour
The Administrator,
Government Office.
















TABLE 1. Enui of Year Population by Sex and Age 1949-54.


All Ages
0-
1-
2-
3-
4-
5-
10-
20-
30-
40-
50-
60-
70-
80+


1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954

M M F M F M F M F

7 13 7,830 34,550 38,580!35,690 39,510
30,490 35,68031,360| 36,180' 32,800 37.3401 33,560 37,830 34,550 38,5801 35,69039,510
1,210 1.220 1,290; 1,160. 1,380 1,340 1,270 1,390 1.400 2,770 2,760
L,090 1,040 1,150 1,140 1.220 1,090 1,380 1,220 1,270 1,170 1.150 1,050
1,100 1,030 1,050 1,000! 1.120 1,120 1,050 1,250 1,1806 1.230 1,160
1,0100 990 1,0901 1,020 1,050 1,000 118, 1.100 1,170 1,0301 1.170 1.020
9901 1,020 1,000 990' 1.080 1,020 ',.0 1J.00 1,100 1,100 1,090 1,090
4,760 4,570 4,830 4,700 4.900 4,780 1,40 4,880 5,080 4,920 5,070 4,920
8,190 7,900 8,410 8,040 8.660 8.240 5,020 8,390 9,040 8,560 9,040 8,540
4,590 5,520 4,830 5.610 5.250 5,870 854130 5,950 5,670 6.090 5,69,0 6,060
2,850 3,980 2,930 3,970 3,230 4.160 5,10 4,120 3,380 4.160 3,410 4,130
2,120 3,210 2,170 3,240 2.270 3,,320 3,250 3,350 2,400 3.390 2,390 3,350
1,160 2,270 1,200 2,320 1,230 2.360 2.330 2,410 1,340 2,470 1,330 2,450
790 1,580 790 1,610 790 1,630 1,290 1,670 820 1,690 800 1.650
4601 930 450 940 450 960 0 980 450 990 420 950
170, 420 170 440 170 450 70 440 170 4501 130 380


TABLE 2. 1,n.l of Yo.ru PJpu ation, Natural Increase ant Net Migration 1946-54.

End of Year Population Natural Increase Net Migration Movement
Year ----- -i
M F Total M F Total M I F Total


1946 28,773 34,267 63,040 786 661 1,447 +377 +68 +445
1947 29,266 34,602 63,868 819 691 1,510 -326 -356 -682
1948 29,896 35,089 64,985 835 679 1,514 -205 -192 -397
1949 30,489 35,675 66,164 859 836 1,695 -266 -250 -516
1950 31,363 36.181 67,544 908 732 1,640 34 -226 -260
1951 32,800 37.340 70,140 1,014 926 1,940 +423 +233 +656
1952 33,558 37.834 71,392 1,006 783 1,789 -248 -289 -537
1953 34,548 38 584 73,132 1,014 928 1.942 24 --178 -202
1954 35,693 39,507 75,200 1,036 956 1.992 +109 33 + 76






TA.Bbit 3. fLiv' Birdis aud Stillbirths by Legitimacy ani Sex, and Deaths by Sex, 1954
,, I#


Live Births

Legitimate Illegitimate

M IF M F


3661 3621 1,208


1,181

421

718

42


Total


Stillbirths

Legitimate: Illegitimate


M F


3,117

1,096

1.856

165


M


50

17

29

4


District


Total
Colony
First
District
Second
District.
Third
District


Deaths


Total


1,125

298

798

29
















TABLE 4. Quarterly Statistics of Birth and Deaths, 1954.


Live B


Tot

Fir

8 -
1c


District 1st Qr.

M'F;

al Colony 36 1 333

st Distri c: 138 1411


)istri -t 199 178'


22Ld Qr. I

M F

270! 283:

140'! 133!


107i 12 ,.


14 23: 22


irths I Deaths

3rd Qr. p 4th Qr. 1st Qr. 2nd Qr. 3rd Qr. 4th Qr.

M N F F M M F M F M F M F

4381 441 505 486 1771 1841 1421 141 103 119 116 143

132. 1271 133 152! 45 47 3! 34 23 23 381 53


2,7S 300 348 309 124i 132 106 104 761 93 76 87

19 14' 24 25 8! 5 i 3 41 3 21 3


TABLE 5. Deaths. o) Age anti Sex, 1954.


iSecond District Third District \

M F M F

! 382 416 1.5 14
S130! 18 6 7
101 98 1 ...
i 18 1 ...


2
3
3
6
3
2
9
7







17
11

1

10
19
17
15
i


Total Colony

M F Both Sexes

538 587 1125
190 176 366
11S 120 238
17 24 41
5 9 14
6 8 14
S4 13
9 8 17
6 11
,: 10 18
8, 7 15
5 4 9
14 13 27
17 i3 30
8 12 20
11 14 '25
s 10 18
10 23 33
15 14 29
1S 16; 34
15 24 39
11 28 39
28 42 i 70
3 2 5


Age


All Ages
0-
2-
3--
4-









65-

5---
co---

70-
75-
S0--
85+
UTJnkTo ".


F

157
51
22






4
4


6



7
3,
4
5
9
7


M

L41
54
1 i
,,
o

3

3
4
7

3
3
4
21

3
2
6
6
4
2


First District


"hird District{ 24
















TABLE 6. Death, under 1 Y,.ir by Sex and Dis:rict, 1954.


bEE TABLE 7 \TTAC'HED.


TABLE 8. Male Births, Age .,f Moi\h i I i!( )j ter of Birth, for LeginiIAte
and Illeg'itimat, Birhs, 1954.

Age of Live birth Order
Mother 1 2 3 4 5 6 : 7 8 [ 9 10 11 12 13 14 atotal


Legitimate Births


All Ages
15-
20-
25-
30-
35-
40-
45+
Not Stated


25 23


..5
5
22
12
2

I.


Tllegitimate Births


4





.

1
". i


39

1

2


ii
34


1208
1
252
450
242
122
62
22
4
53
















TABLE 3. Female


Births : Age of Mother ;um Order of Birth for Legitimate
and 1[le gitimawe Births. 1954 *.


Age of
Mother 1 2


Live birth Order

3 4 5! 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13


SNo- Total
14 SNotatd
IStated __


All Ages '287 264 218 139 92 57 49 24
10- ... .. . .. ... ...
15- 115-6 65 9 1 ... ... ...
20- 94 141 147 53 20 9 4 1
25- 20 41 39 44 36 18 15 3
30- 9 11 13 29 25 13 17 10
3,-- 2 2 9 15 6 6
40- 1 1 1 2 1 2 3
45+ ... 1 ... .. ... ...
Not Stated 2 3 6 2 1 .... 1l 1


Legitimate Births


All Ages
'15-
20-
25-
30-
35-
40-
45+
Not Stated


47 44

17 13
16 17
10 11
4 2

-I'


40 36

3 4
20 12
6 12
9 5
1 3
1 ...


24 27 18


3 3 5
14 6 7
6 15 3
3 3
1'" .'" .""


6 8


8 4



.1 ...
5 4
2 ...

.. ...


14 7 3 5 1


... ... ... ... ...

5 2 1 4 ...
5 3 1 ... i 1


TABLE 10. Marriages according to Age and Previous Condition of Peroin
Mari ini,. 1954.


Bridegrooms


Brides


Ages All
15-
16-
17-.



21-
22--
25--


4o-
45--
50- i

6'N_-
65 -
Not -! 1. ,


Average Ag,


Total Bachelors

234 219


Widowerg Divorced

14 1


2 2
7 2 '- 1
6 3 3 ...
1 3 1 .. ...

31-8 30*4 53-2 '32-5


Total Spinsters Widows Divorced

231 226 8

5 5 ...
13 13 ...
20 2 ... ...
23 23... ...
14 14 .
22 22 ...
35 35 ... ...
43 41 2 ...
21 21. ...
13 1 2 1
9 9 ...
5 3 2
6 5 1
1 1
1 ... 1
1 ... 1
2 2 ... ...

24-2 25-1 4(;-2 -


Illegitimate Births


12 362
18
2 78
1 100
1 73
... 66
15
3
8 9





20 1.181
3
231
469
218
1 140
1 61
... 21
2
18 36


Bridegroom s


!
















TABLE 11. Marriage : RIl:tive Ages of Brides and Bridegrooms, 1954.

Age of Brides


Age of Bridegrooms


15-
20-
25-
30-
35-
40-
45-
50-
55-
60-
65+
Not Stated

Total


15- 20-25 30- 35- 40- 45- 50-55- 60- 6- + SNot Total
SI Stated

2 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... 2
31 30 5 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... t 67
19 26 i 20 5 1 1 ... ... ... ... ... 72
8 9 3 1 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 29
1 6 3 5 3 1 1 ... ...... ... 20
3 1 6 3 1 ... ... ... ... 14
1 ... 1 3 2 1 1 ... ... ... .. 9
... ... .. 3 2 ... ..... 5
... ... ... 2 .. ... ... .. .., 2
... i .... .. 2 1 1 ... 1 7
... 1 ... ... 4 . 1 .. 6


TABLE 12. Migration : Arrivals and Departures, 1954.


Places of
Embarkation or
Disembarkation


All places
Barbad o-
Arnba
Curacao
Trinidad
Grenada
St. Lucia
Other British
Places
Oth ,r Places


Arrivals at

Union
Kings- Villa Island &
town Airport Bequia


3,519
346
370
53
2,003
330
374

56
7


1,212
436


454
154
118

31
19


513
13
1

190
307
2


Total


5,244
775
371
53
2.647
791
49 1

87
26


Departures fro

Kings- Villa Unil
town Airport Reqi


3,534
289
67
16
2.336
238
393

171
24


.1,230
503


410.
164
87

53
13


m

Oil
d & Total
uis.

14 5,168
!3 815
67
16
.3 2,919
>6 608
1 481

224
1 38


TABLE 13. Migration, Males. Females and Children. 1954.

Arrivals De -artures

M F Children Total M'N F Children Total

All Porns 2.689 1.801 754 5,244 2.6(20 1,8<73 67, 5,1f;8
Kingstown 1,830 1,204 485 3,519 1,795 1,32 411 3.534
Villa Airport 657 :349 206 1,212 1 674 361 19'5 1,230
Bequia and
Union Island 202 248 63 513 151 184 69 404

Note: No breakdowns of children by sex are available and these are assumed to 'a"re te sanm: sex dis-
tribution as the adults.
















TAB:.E 14. Bivth'!. DeOhs. a;a- Migration Vy Sex. ':946-54


Bir. ,s
Year .. -
M i F Total


1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
19,51
1952
1953
1954


1,321
1,324
1,274
1,294
1.386
1,497
1,.503
1.,539
1.574


1,1906
1,236
1.206
1.299
1,276
1.433
1.4(03

1.543'


2.417
2,560
2,480
2.593
2.662
2.930
2,906
3,06 9
3,117


Death,
S i
M F Total


435i 535 970
505 545 1 .050
439 527 966
435 463 898
478 544 1,022
483 507 990
497 620 1.117
525 60". :1.127
538 587 1.125


Migra ion


Immigration Fmigration

3M F M F

2.404 1,105 2,027 1,337
2.520 1.716 2,846 2.072
2.994 1,871 3,199 2,063
2,742 1.780 3,008 2,030
2.222 1,390 2,256 1,616
3.617 2,325 3,194 2,092
2.608 1,700 2,856 1.989
2.769 1.918 2,793 2,096
3.066 2,178 2.957 2,211


TABLE 15. Births and


Bi
Year
Leg.


1946 710
1947 776
1948 705
1949 703
1950 752
1951 939
1952 776
1953 740
1954 728


rths

Illeg.


1,707
1,784
1,775
1,890
1.910
1,991
2,130
2.329
2,39


Stillhirths by L(-gi imacy and Sex, 1i, iant Deaths by Sex,
and Marriag-'s. 1946--54.


Stiblbir


M


34
36
37
38
35
58
66
54
62


F


40
41
26
Al


Leg


ths Infant Deaths
Both Sexes --- Marriages
. Illeg. Total M F Total

i 59 74 119 118 237 186
67 77 141 1251 266 207
) 54 63 149 127 276 158
8 71 79 122 113 235 216
3 63 75 134 157 291 234
i 82 107 156 136 292 197
1 79 105 176 188 364 215
77 97 200 177 377 220
8 101 119 190 176 366 234


TABLE 16. Mean Population and Vital kn: 1946-54.

Mean Birth RDath iate of arri Infant Still ex Illegiti-
Year opul- Rh Deat Natural arriae Mortality Birth Ratio at maey
tion e Increase ate hate RatO Birth Rate


1946 62,090 38-9 15-6 23-3 3.00 98-1 2-97 1,020-9 70-6
1947 63,450 40-3 16-5 23-8 3-26 103-9 292 1,071-2 69-7
1948 64,430 38-5 15-0 23.5 2'45 111-3 2-48 1,056.4 71-6
1949 65,570 39-5 13-7 25.8 3-29 90-6 2.96 996-1 72-9
1950 66,850 39.S 15-3 24-5 3-50 109-3 2-74 1,086-2 71-7
1951 68,840 42-6 14-4 28-2 2-86 99-7 3-52 1,044-7 68-0
1952 70,770 41-1 15-8 25-3 3-04 125-3 3.49 1,071-3 733
1953 72.260 42-5 15-6 26-9 3-04 122-8 3-16 1,005.9 75'9
1954 74,160 41-4 14-9 26-4 3-11 117.4 3-81 1,002.1 76-6






TABLE 7.


No. in CAUSES OF DI
List


DEATH


Under 1 2 3


Under
1 Year

M F


A 1. Tuberculosis of respiratory system
A 2. Tuberc ios,,: of menia' es & cen-
iral nervcous syste-m
A .3. Tuberculosis of intestines, perito-
neum and mesenteric glands..... 1
A 4 Tuberculosis of bones and joints....
A 6. Congenital Syphilis ..... 2
A 9. Ccera! paralysis of insane ...
A 10. All other Syphilis ....
A 12. Typhoid Fever ....
A 20. Septica' ia and pyaemia
A 23. Meningococcal infection
A 26. Tetanus 2 1
A 32. Measls ...... 3 2
A 31. Infectious hepatitis .... 1 1
A 42. Other diseases due to helminths 2 5
A 43. All other diseases classified as In-
fective and parasitic
A 44. Maiitran l neoplasm o0 buccal
cam i y and phar;n: ,
A 45 Malignant neoplasm oa oesopha-
gus
A 46. Malignant neoplasm of stomach
A 47. Malignant neoplasm of intestine
except rectum ....
A 51. Malignant neoplasm of breast
A 52. Malignant neoplasm of cervix

A 53. Malignant neoplasm of other & un-
specified parts of uterus _
A 54. Mallgnat' neoplasm of prostate
A 55. Malignant neoplasm of skin
A 57. Malignant neoplasm of all other
unspecified sites
A 58. Leukaemia and aleukaemia
A 59. Lymphosarsonia & other neo-
plasm of lymphatic and
haemnutopoietic stem
A 63. Diabetes mellitus
A 64. Avitaminosis and other deficiency
states 16 12
A 65. Anaemias _i
A 66. Allergic disorders, all other endo-'
crine, metabolic & blood dis-i
eases

A 70. Vascular lesions affecting central
nervous system ....
A 71. Nonmeningococcal meningitis .
A 73 Epilepsy
A 78. All other diseases of the nervous
system & sense organs
A 80. Chronic rheumatic heart disease ...
A 81. Other diseases of heart
heart disease -
A 82. Other diseases of heart
A 83. Hypertension with heart disease ...I
A 84, Hypertension without mention of
heart
A 85. Diseases of arteries -_
A 90. Bronchopneumonia .. 6 9
A 91. Primary atypical, other & unspe-
* cified pneumonia .... 4 3
A 92. Acute bronchitis .... 16 21
A 93. Bronchitis, chronic and unqualified 4 3
A 97. All other Respiratory diseases
A 00. lcer of stomach -
A 103.. Intestinal obstruction and hernia
A 104. Gastro-enteritis and colitis except
diarrhoea of the newborn ...... 41 35
A 107. Other diseases of digestive system 1 1
A 108. Acute nephritis
A 109. Chronic, other and unspecified
nephritis 2
A 110. Infections of kidney
A 114. Other diseases of genito-urinary;
system
A 116. Toxaemias of pregnancy and the
puerperium ...
A 117. Haemorrhage of pregnancy &
childbirth
A 120. Other complications of pregnian-
cy, childbirth and the puer-
perium
A 121. Infections of skin & subcuta-
neous tissue
A 126. All other diseases of skin & muscu-o
loskeletal system ....
A 127. Spina bifida & meningocele
A 129. All other congenital malformations 2
A 130. Birth injuries 1
A 131. Postnatal asphyxia & aielectasis I 4 4
A 133. Hoemolytic disease of newborn .....
A 134. All other defined diseases of
earlyinfancy
A 135. Ill defined diseases peculiar to early 27 26
infancy, & immaturity unquall-
fled 38 47
A 136. Senility without mention of pay- 38 47
chosis
A 137. Ill-defined & unknown causes of
morbidity & mortality .... 14 9


GRoUP TOTALS

"E" Code. Alternative Classification o
Accidents. Poisonings, and Violence
'External Cause).

AE 138 Motor vehicle accidents
AE 141. Accidental falls
AE 144. Accident caused by hot sub
stance, corrosive li qu id
steam, and radiatkl-n
AE 147. All other accidental causes
AE 148. Suicide and self-inflicted inji
AE 149. Homicide and injury purposely
inflicted by other persons
(not in war)

GROUP TOTALS

"I" Code. Alternative Classtflcation o
.-Albidents, Poisonings, and Violence
S Nature of Injury).

AN 138. Fracture of Skull
AN 139. Fracture o' spine and trunk
AN 144. Internal injury of chest. abro
men and pelvis
AN 145. Lace"f'ion and open wounds
AN 148. Burns
A% 150 All other rnd unspecified effects
ex'trnal causes


187 183


1
Year

M F


1 2


8 9

6 6


2 3
Years Years

M F M F I


LNTERIMEDIAT:E LIST OF 150 CA[MSES OF DEATH.

(' ixth Revision of the International Lists of Diseases, Iniuries and Causes of Death;

CLASSIFICATION OF THE CAUSES OF DEATH (BY AGE GROUPS) FOR THE YEAR 1954.


4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 | 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-5
Years i Years Years Years Years Years Years Years Years Years Years Year

M F M F M F M F M F: M F MM F M F M F M FM M


1 1 2 2 1 1 1 5 2 3 2 3 2
I .


1
1 2


1
1 1 2 1


1 2 1
1


2 2


1 1


9 60-64
us Years

F M M F


65-69 70 74 75 79 .80-84 Age not


65-69
Years

M F


70-74
Years

M F


75-79 ,80-84
Years Years

M F M F


1 1


1 1
2 1 1 1 2

3 1 1 1


1


1 1 1


1 2

1 2 1 1


1 1


23 22 3


1 1:


1 1


1 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 4


3 6

2 2
17 12
1 5




20 14



1


2 3
1


I 1


1 1 1 1

1 1
2 1


1


1
1 1


1 21
1


1 1 3 1 2


1 1

1


4 2 1 1 4


1 1
1


1 1


1 ,



1

1


1 1


1


I 1 1 3 6 9 19



36 331 2 52 1 2 1 1 2 1
3 9 10 10 23 16 15 17 17 16 25
119 119 18 25 4 9 4 8 9 4 10 4 5 8 8 6 7 4 4 13 9 16 17 7 14 1013 910 10 3 1 1717. ,16




1


13 31


I
t l







ury
y


s i : i










1 2s
1 1 1 1 2


O1 1
..... !


S1 1 1: 1 1 2 1 141 --6 17 ..-............. .. ----1 326
.... 187 183 119 120 18 25 4 9 5 8 9 5 8 1I 5 5 8 8 8 7 5 4 14 9 16 17 8 14 10 13 9 10 10 23 16 15 17 17 16 25 13 31 26 42 4 602


85 Years
& Over

M F


Age not
stated

M F


Totals


M F


14 16

11
1

3 2

11 9
2 4
4 3
1
4 4
17 16
1 1
11 15


1. 1
1

2 2
3
1


1 2


1 1


10 16
1 2
3

2 2
12 10

17 15
5 9
4 7

3 2
2 -
14 22

14 12
36 38
6 10
1 1
2 2

65 52
2 4


1 11 5


4 1

4


27 26


S ) ?0 32


38 48

40 92


68 3,

526 599


2, '7


GROUP TOTALS


GRAND TOTAL


2
2 1


2
2
1




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