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    Supplement to Gazette: Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure of the Small Towns and the Marriaqua and Troumaca Village Councils for the year 1957 - 2nd July, 1957
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 90.] SAINT VINCENT, T-k-ESDAY, 2 JULY. 1957. [No. 32.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES. No. 3oo.
VACANT POSTS.
No. 298. VACANCY FOR HOUSEKEEPER, NURSES'
HOSTEL, MEDICAL DEPARTMENT,
FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE. ST. VINCENT.
Discussions will open i London on Applications are invited from suitably
Discussions will open in London on qualified persons for appointment to the
10th July between Representatives of the post of Housekeeper in the Nurses' Hos-
Standies, ang Federatihe United Committee, West tel, Medical Department, St. Vincent.
ment concerning the selection of a site 2. The post is non-pensionable and
for the Capital of the West Indies Fed- carries a salary at the rate of $960 per
eration. This will be followed by discus- annum plus 20% salary allowance.
sions with Representatives of the United 3. The person appointed will be re-
States Government in view of the fact quired to work under the general direc-
that the Committee has expressed an tion and supervision of the Matron
interest in the possible use for this pur- under the control of the Medical Super-
pose of land leased to the United States intendent. She will be subject to the
for defence purposes under Leased Hospital Rules, General Orders, Finan-
Bases Agreement of 1941. cial and Store Rules of the Windward
2nd July, 1957. Islands and to subsidiary legislation in
force in the Colony
4. The duties of the post will in-
clude:-
No. 299. (a) Responsibility for the proper
GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1957. running of the Kitchen, Pantries,
Dining Hall and such other
parts of the Nurses' Hostel as
It is notified for general information may be assigned to her.
that, provided local printing of all Elec- (b) Preparation of daily menus for
tors Lists and other Election documents the Nursing Staff who live in the
are completed in time, Nomination Day Hostel.
will be on Tuesday 27th August and (c) Supervision of the actual pre-
Election Day on Thursday 12th Septem- paration and serving of meals.
ber, 1957.
(d) Immediate charge of and per-
2nd July, 1957. sonal responsibility for all food
(A. 13/1956.) supplies issued to her.


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(e) Responsibility for Kitchen and
Dining Hall Inventories and
preparation and submission of
Diet Slips to the Steward for
Issue and check.
(f) Responsibility for the direction
and dele"-atien of dut'c-: ?f all
personnel employed in the
kitchen and dining hall.
(g) Such other duties, not inconsistent
with the above, as the Medical
Superintendent, with the appro-
val of the Senior Medical Officer,
may direct.
5. Applications should be addressed to
the Senior Medical Officer, to reach his
office not later than 15th July, 1957.
2nd July, 1957.

No. 294.
DIRECTOR OF WORKS. DOMINICA.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment to
the post of Director of Works, Dominica.
particulars of which are as follows:-
1. Appointment:
The post is on the permanent and
pensionable establishment and the
appointment carries with it the lia-
bility to transfer to any post of equiva-
lent status within the Windward
Islands. An appointment may, how-
ever, be made on a temporary non-
pensionable contractual basis for a
period of 3 years in the first instance.
2. Salary:
The salary is in the scale 1,300 x 25
-1,500 per annum.
3. Allowances:
Transport and subsistence allowances
are payable in accordance with local
regulations in respect of approved
travel on duty.
4. Duties:
The officer will be responsible for the
administration of the Public Works
Department and for the planning and
execution of Public Works develop-
ment schemes as well as the general
supervision of all aspects of the de-
partment's work. By virtue of his
office the officer is a member of various
Boards and Committees. He will also
be required to perform such other
duties as may from time to time be
assigned to him by the Administrator.
5. Qualifications:
The officer must be a Corporate
Member of the Institute of Civil En-
gineers, or hold some qualification of
equivalent status and should have
good administrative experience and
ability.
6. Quarters:
Quarters are not provided. Should
Government quarters become available
at any time rental would be charged
at the rate of 10% of salary or 5% of
the assessed value of the quarters,
whichever is less.


7. Passages:
Free passages to Dominica will be
provide( on first appointment for the
officer, his wife and children, not ex-
ceeding five persons in all. Children
to bq under 18 years of age, unmarried
and dependent on the officer. In the
case of a contract appointment free
return passages will be provided on
the satisfactory completion of the
contract.
8. Leave and Leave Passages:
Vacation leave will be granted at
the rate of 45 days for each completed
pe--i-r' of 12 months resident service
and mav be accumulated up to a maxi-
nimum of 183 days. In the case of a
contract appointment, vacation leave
will be granted at the rate of 1 week
for e.?ch completed period of 3 months
resident service; such leave to be taken
on the satisfactory completion of the
period of engagement. Leave passages
are provided in accordance with the
Windward Islands Leave Passage Regu-
lations.
9. General Information:
The Officer will be liable to all taxa-
tion imposed by local enactments. He
will also be subject to the Colonial
Regulations, local General Orders, and
Financial and Store Rules and subsi-
diary legislation in force for the time
being.
Applications giving full particulars of
candidates and accompanied by two
testimonials should be addressed to the
Chief Secretary, Windward Islands,
Grenada, and should reach him not later
than the 31st July, 1957.
25th June, 1957.

No. 295.
COPY OF NOTICE INSERTED IN THE
BOARD OF TRADE JOURNAL OF
13TH APRIL, 1957.

CLAIMS AGAINST ITALY ARISING OUT OF THE
WAR.

In order to hasten the determination
of outstanding claims by nationals of
the United Kingdom under Article 78 of
the Treaty of Peace with Italy, H.M.
Government in the United Kingdom on
March 29th, 1957, entered into a Memo-
randum of Undertaking with the Italian
Government providing (inter alia) that
No CLAIMS BY UNITED KINGDOM NATIONALS
CAN BE PRESENTED TO THE ITALIAN GOVERN-
MENT AFTER SEPTEMBER 28TH, 1957.
The Italian Government have agreed
to communicate their decisions on all
outstanding claims already presented to
them, by March 28th, 1958, and as re-
gards any further new claims which may
be received by them between the date
of the Memorandum and September
28th, 1957, will communicate their de-
cision in writing to H.M. Government
within twelve calendar months from the


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 JULY, 1'57.-(N.\. 3?.;


date of receipt by the Italian Govern-
ment of such claims.
If the decision of the Italian authori-
ties is an absolute rejection of the claim
on legal or factual grounds, or a partial
rejection on the grounds that no deci-
sion can be given in the present state of
the documentation or on other grounds,
H.M. Government may request the Ita-
lian authorities within six months from
the date of the communication, to re-
examine the claim if possible, in the
light of the fresh documentation pro-
vided by the claimant or for other good
cause, and the Italian Government will
communicate to H.M. Government their
decision on such re-examination within
six months of the receipt by them of the
request for re-examination.
The Italian Government have agreed
that:


authorities, and claimants in the United
Kingdom who have already submitted
claims direct to the Italian Government
without such certificate or wish to sub-
mit new claims within the above time
limit, should communicate with Claims
Department, Foreign Office, 7 Carlton
Gardens, London, S.W. 1, regarding the
issue of this certificate. Claimants
living outside the United Kingdom
should apply to the nearest British Con-
sul.
Notes for guidance on the preparation
of claims can be obtained from the above
Department.
25th June, 1957.

No. 301.
LEGISLATION.


(1) Compensation awarded by them The Right Honourable the Secretary
and accepted by the claimant will of State for the Colonies has notified
be paid within 120 days of the re- that Her Majesty the Queen will not be
ceipt by the Italian Ministry of the advised to exercise her power of disallow-
Treasury of the completed appro- ance in respect of the following Ordin-
priate acceptance documents, ances of this Government:-
(2) Awards of compensation made by No. 9 of 1957.-An Ordinance to amend
the Anglo-Italian Conciliation the Animals (Diseases and Importa-
Commission will be paid within 90 tion) Ordinance, 1954.
days of the receipt by the Italian
Ministry of the Treasury of the (J. 1/1951.)
completed appropriate documents.
Compensation will, under Article 78 of No. 10 of 1957.-An Ordinance to pro-
the Treaty, be payable in lire in Italy vide for the service of the Colony for
and will be subject to the foreign ex- the year ending the thirty-first day
change control regulations which may of December One Thousand Nine
be in force in Italy from time to time. Hundred and Fifty-seven.
British property owners who have 2nd July, 1957.
suffered war-loss or damage in Italy and
have not yet claimed compensation un- No. 302.
der Article 78 of the Treaty and now wish The undermentioned Ordinance which
to do so, are advised that they must has been assented to by the Acting
submit their claims before September Governor is published with this issue of
28th, 1957, direct to the: the Gazette:-
Ministero del Tesoro, No. 14 of 1957.-An Ordinance to
Regioneria Generale dello Stato, enable Claude Kirlon Biddy to be
Ufflcio Beni Alleati e Nemici, granted a pension in respect of the
Via Tor Firenza 35, full period of his service in the

Claimants who have already sub- Colony as a Sergeant of Police.
mitted claims direct to the Italian Gov- (P.F. 605.)
ernment, or who now intend to do so 2nd July, 1957.
are invited to send two copies of their
claim to the British Embassy, Villa No. 303.
Wolkonsky, Via Conte Rosso 25, Rome, The following Document is published
for purposes of record. with this issue of the Gazette:-
In cases where H.M. Government are
satisfied that for good reason the claim- S.R. & 0. No. 29.-Proclaiming that the
ant is unable to ascertain the loss or Licences (Amendment) Ordinance,
damage suffered, or to compile the ne- 1957, shall come into force on the
cessary supporting documentation with- 3rd day of July, 1957.
in the time limit laid down, the claim (F. 45/1949.)
may be submitted through H.M. Govern- 2nd July, 1957.
ment within the time limit in an incom-
plete state. In such cases the documen-
tation or the final claim must be pre- No. 304.
sented through H.M. Government to the SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.
Italian Government within six months
of the said time limit, i.e. not later than,
March 28th, 1958. Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure
A certificate of the British nationality of the Small Towns and the Marriaqua
of the claimant is required by the Italian and Troumaca Village Councils for the -












226 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 JULY, 1957.-(No. 32).


year 1957 are published with this issue
of the Gazette.
(F. 16/1956.)
2nd July, 1957.

No. 283.
TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF
CYLINDER PRESS AND BREMNER
PLATEN PRESS.

Sealed Tenders will be received at
Government Office until 11 o'clock a.m.
on Wednesday, 17th July, 1957, for the
purchase of one (1) Miller and Richard
Double Crown Cylinder Press, and one
(1) Bremner Platen Press at the Gov-
ernment Printing Office.
Prospective purchasers can inspect
Presses between the hours of 8 a.m.-12
noon, and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
Tenders are to be addressed to the
Government Secretary and distinctly
marked on envelope, "Tender for the
purchase of Cylinder Press or Bremner
Platen Press."
The Government does not bind itself
to accept the highest or any Tender.
18th June, 1957.
By Command,
G. LISLE FRASER,
Acting Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
2nd July, 1957.

DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

CUSTOMS NOTICE.

NOTICE TO MARINERS.

Mariners are advised that the Rende-
vous Buoy on bearing of 139 x 0.179 m.
approximately from Black & White
Beacon in Castries harbour is now out
of position.
JAMES, H. D. COX,
Registrar of Shipping.
14th June. 1957.

VETERINARY DEPARTMENT
NOTICE.

EXPORT OF GOATS.

As from Saturday, 6th July, 1957, and
until further notice, no tuberculin test
would be needed for shipment of goats
to Trinidad (with the exception of old
does (ewes) from the Southern Grena-
dines. Goats, as well as sheep, would be
examined for export every Saturday be-
tween the hours of 9 a.m.-11.30 a.m. at
the regular centre near the Agricultural
Department-Head Office, Murray Road,
Kingstown.
I. A. EARLE KIRBY,
Veterinary Officer.
2nd July, 1957.


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LAND AND HOUSE TAX
ORDINANCE, CHAPTER 194.

In accordance with the provisions of
section 21, Chapter 194 of the Revised
Laws of Saint Vincent, as amended by
section 3 of Ordinance No. 18 of 1937, it
is hereby notified that the Tax Rolls for
each District of the Colony will, after
the 30th day of June, 1957, be available
for inspection by the public at the
Treasury.

C. E. RAWLE,
Magistrate.
Magistrate's Office,
Kingstown.
29th June, 1957.


NOTICE.

OUTBREAK OF ANTHRAX AND
EQUINE TRYPANOSOMIASIS
IN BRITISH GUIANA.

Notice is hereby given that due to a
report received from the Caribbean
Commission of an outbreak of a case of
Anthrax and Equine Trypanosomiasis in
British Guiana, all imports of cattle,
sheep, goats, pigs and horses from
British Guiana are hereby prohibited
under section 14 of Animal Diseases and
Importation Ordinance No. 27 of 1954)
until further notice.
HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
21st June, 1957.


ST. VINCENT CIVIL SERVICE
ASSOCIATION.

SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING.

All members of the St. Vincent Civil
Service Association are hereby invited to
attend a Special General Meeting at the
Court House on Monday, 8th July, 1957,
at 8.00 p.m.
Agenda.
1. Government Housing Loan--condi-
tions affecting acceptance of sec-
ond loan.
2. Amendment of Rules to provide
for the award of a scholarship to
Secondary Schools.
It is of particular importance that all
civil servants and especially those offi-
cers interested in the second Housing
Loan should attend.

C. W. ITON,
Hon. Secretary.
28th June, 1957.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 JULY, 1957.-(No. 32.) 227


Wages Regulation Proposals.

Further notice will te icen if a Wa-cs Regulation Order is made giving effect
to the proposals set out hereunder.

WAGES COUNCIL ORDINANCE, NO. 1 OF 1953.

THE SHOP ASSISTANTS WAGES COUNCIL.

The Shop Assistants Wages Council hereby gives notice of its intention to
submit to the Governor Proposals for fixing the Statutory minimum remuneration
specified in the Schedule below.
The Wages Council will consider any written representation with respect
to these proposals sent to it within 7 days from the 2nd day of July, 1957. Any
such representation should be signed by the person making the same (giving
his or her address) and sent to the Secretary of the Wages Council. Copies
of the proposals can also be obtained from the Secretary cf the Wages Council.
It is desirable that persons making objection should state the precise grounds
of tic'r objection.
Issued by the Order of the Shop Assistants Wages Council.
J. BYRON COX,
Secretary.
Department of Labour,
Kin'-stown,
27th, June, 1957.

SCHEDULE.
MINIMUM REMUNERATION OF SHOP ASSISTANTS.
1. The minimum rate of remuneration to be paid to shop assistants in
the Town of Kingstown and within a radius of two miles therefrom shall be
as follows:
A. SALES CLERKS:
(a) Males $44.00 per month or $11.00 per week.
(b) Females $38.00 per month or $ 9.50 per week.
In all other areas the minimum rate of remuneration shall be as follows:
(a) Males $40.00 per month or $10.00 per week.
(b) Females $34.00 per month or $ 8.50 per week.
Provided that the minimum remuneration to be paid to sales clerks under
19 years and over the age of 14 years shall be seventy-five per centum of the
above rates.
Provided further that sales clerks 18 years of age and over who have been
employed for the first time as a sales clerk shall be paid for the first six months
seventy-five per centum of the above rates and thereafter the above minimum
rates shall apply.
("Sales Clerk" means any person engaged in selling any goods or articles
to members of the public and includes Cashiers and persons employed at Gas
Stations).
E. OFFICE CLERKS.
(a) Males $55.00 per month.
(b) Females $50.00 per month.
Provided that the Minimum remuneration to be paid to all office clerks
under the age of 18 years and over the age of 14 years shall be seventy-five per
centum of the above rates.
Provided further that office clerks 18 years of age and over who have been
employed for the first time as an office clerk shall be paid for the first six months
eighty per centum of the above rates and thereafter the above minimum rates
shall apply.
("Office Clerk" means a book-keeper, a typist or any person employed in a
Shipping, Commission Estate or Insurance Office).
HOLIDAYS WITH PAY.
2. Every shop assistant shall, in addition to Sundays and Public Holidays
be entitled to not less than two weeks holiday in every year on full pay.

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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORD

1957, No. 29.

(Gazetted 2nd July, 1957.)

BY THE ADMINISTRATOR. -

A PROCLAMATION.

[L.S. I

A. F. GILES,
Administrator.

WHEREAS it is enacted by section 4 of the Licences (Amendment) Ordinance,
1957, that the said Ordinance shall come into force on a date to be appointed
by the Governor by Proclamation published in the Gazette:
AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient that the said Ordinance shall come into
force on the 3rd day of July, 1957:
Now THEREFORE I, ALEXANDER FALCONER GILES, the Officer for the time
being administering the Government of the Colony of Saint Vincent, do hereby
proclaim that the said Ordinance shall come into force on the 3rd day of July, 1957.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony of Saint Vincent, at
Government Office in the said Colony this first day of July, One thousand
nine hundred and fifty-seven and in the Sixth Year of the Reign of Her
Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!

(F. 45/1949.)


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Estimate of Revenue of the Georgetown Town Board for the year 1957.,

Details Approved Actual
Details of Revenue. Mgtiminte Increase. Decrease. Revenue Remarks.
1957' 1956. 1955.


$ c. $ c. $ c. $ c. $ c.
1. Rates on Town Property ... 1,800 00 1,310 CO 490 00 ... 1,116 77
2. Water Rates (including Private Water
Service) .. 382 00 382 00 ... ... 330 22
3. Fees and Licences 500 00 370 00 130 00 ... 395 92
4. Miscellaneous .., 40 00 40 00 ... 45 40
5. Government (.rant .. 2,500 00 2,430 00 70 00 ... 2,413 00





5,222 00 4,532 00 600 00 ... 4,301 31

Net Increase .. $ 690.00
Estimate of Expenditure of the Georgetown Town Board for the year 1957.

Estimate Approved ActualEx-
Details9 of Expenditure. 197.mate Estimate Increase. Decrease. penditure Remarks.
1956. 1955.

t c. $ C. $ c. $ c. c.
I. Personal Emoluments ... 1,368 00 1,068 00 300 00 .. 1,066 00
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets, and other
Property .. 1,818 00 1,818 00 ... ... 1,798 04
3. Sanitation ... 1,600 00 1,48C 00 120 00 1,446 73
4. Rents and Leases
5. Loan, Instalment and Interest ..
6. Miscellaneous ... 160 00, 150 00 10 00 .. 131 32






4,946 00 4,516 00 430 00 .. 4,441 09


Net Incresae ... $ 430.00


ROBERT STAY, Chairmw,
Georgetu Town Board.


(P. 16/1956).






Estimate of Revenue ot the Calliaqua Town Board tor the year 1957.

Approved Actual
Details of Revenue. tm Estimate Increase. Deorease. Revenue Rem-rke.
1957. 1956. 1955'.


$ e. $ 0. $ c. $ o. $ c.

R. ate.- on Town Property .. 528 55 518 55 10 00 .. 627 29
2. Water Rates includingg Private Water
Service) .. 142 00 142 00 .. .. 132 00
3. Fees and Licences .. 550 00 708 00 ... 158 00 435 94
4. Miscellaneous .. 40 00 44 00 ... 4 00 42 00
5. Government Grant .. 2,840 00 2,340 00 .. 2,063 00

3,600 55 8,752 55 10 00 162 00 3,200 28

NeTt Decies.-e $152,00

Estimate of Expenditure of the Calliaqua Town Board for the year 1957.

Approved Actual
Details of Expenditure. Estimate Etimate Increase. Decrease Expendi- Remarks.
15. 1956. g.re
"__ ,_ __1966. _1955.
$ o. $ e. $ 0. $ e. $ c.

1. Personal Emoluments .. 1,044 00 996 00 48 00 586 40 Increase in scavangers $48.00
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets, and per year.
other Property .. 1,200 00 1,300 (0 ... 106 00 1,316 92
3. Sanitation .. 850 00 900 OU 50 00 800 36
4. Rents and Leases .. 54 00 54 1,0 ... .. 54 00
5. Loan, Instalments and Interest .. 53 64 56' 64 .. 3 00 58 08
6. Miseelaneous .. 398 91 445 81 .. 47 00 121 42







8,600 55 8,752 55 48 00 200, 00 2,986 18

Nett Decrease $152.00


W. BENDREN HUGGiNS_ Chairm.s.
Calaqua Town Board.


(F. 16/1956).





Estimate of Revenue of the Layou Town Board for the year 1957.

.tail Eimate E Approved Actual .
Estim':le Increase. Decrease. Revenue Remarks.
I 1956. 1956


$ c. $ C. $ C. $ 0. $ 0.

1. Rates on 'owt Property 880 00 88 1 00 ... .. 886 14
2 Water Rates, includingi Private Water 335 00 3385 00 ... ... 292 18
Service)
3. Fees and Liaece .. 450 00 450 00 ... .. 871 64
4. Miscellaneous 10 00 10 00 ... ... 10 04
5. Government Giant .. ,500 00 2,250 00 260 00 ... 2,083 00 For maintenance of street lights.

4,175 00 3,925 00 2650 00 .. 3,098 00
Nett Inerease $250.00

Edheate of Expenditure of the Layou Town Board for the year 1957.

i Approved Actual
)Dtails of Expenditure. 1957. Estimate. Iaereae. Deeree. Expend. mark
1956. tua ]Remarks
1961,

$ c. $ 0. $ C. $ c. 0 o.

1. Personal Emoluments .. 840 00 660 00 1818 00 552 00 Salary of Market Clerk included.
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets and other
property ... 1,450 00 1,200 00 250 00 ... 1,199 98 For maintenance of street lights.
3. Sanitation .. 1,650 00 1,650 00 ... ... 1,532 21
4. -ents and Leases 5 00 5 00 .. ...
5. Loan Instalment and Interest ..
6. iscellaneous 280 00 410" 00 ... 180 O0 372 82 Salary of Market Clerk excluded.







4,175 00 8,925 00 480 00 180 00 3,657 01

Net Increase $25C.00


EDWARD P. FRASER, Chairman,
Layou Town Board


(F 16/1956)










Estimate of Revenue of the Barrouallie Town Boatd for,.the year 1957.

Estimate Approved Actual
Details of Revenue Estimate Increase. Decrease. Revenue Remarks.
1957. 1956. 1955.


$ $. $ c. $ c. $ .. $ c.
1. Rates on Town Property .. 660 00 660 00 .. .. 747 49

2. Water Rates (including Private Water
Service) .. 60 00 54 CO 6 00 .. 54 46 Increase due to additional private
3. Fees and Licences .. 500 00 500 00 .. .. 524 80 water.
4. Miscellaneous .. 40 00 40 00 .. .. 186 28
5. Government Grant 2,400 00 2,000 00 400 00 ... 1,983 00 Increasea due to additional grant for
Upkeep of Public Latrine.
3,660 00 3,254 00 406 00 ... 3,496 02

Nett .Increase $ 406.00'

Estimate of Expenditure of the Barrouallie Town Board for the year 1957.

eEstimate Approved Actual
Details of Erpenditure. Estimate Increase. Decrease. ExRprdi- Remarks.
1957. 1956. ture
1955.


I. Personal Emoluments

2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets &
Property

3. Sanitation
4. Rents and Leases
S. Loan, Instalment and Interest
6 Miscellaneous


other


$ c.
756 00

1,600 00

1,200 00


100 00


$ c.
648 00


1,240 00-

1,200 00
50 00

100 00


3,6.56 00 3,238 00 468 00


Nett Increase $418.00


(F. 16!1956).


$ C.





50 00




60 00


iL


$ 0,
605 00

1;198 12

1,199 85
5 00

96 51


3.104 48


Increase due to employment of Care-
taker of public latrine'

Increase due to Upkeep of Latrine,


Decrease due to purchase of land.


AI'TA FIN r 'Y CRiVW."
Barrouallie Town Board.
t







Estimate of Revenue of the Chateaubelair Town Board for the year 1957.

t Appoved Actual
Details of Revenue. t1957. Estimate Increase. Deorease. Revenue Remarks.
9 1956. 1955

$ c. $ c. $ c. $ c. $ c.
1. Rateson Town Property .. 360 00 860 00 .. .. 300 00
2. RW ta ates (including Private Water
l l .. S1 00 8310 00 .. .. 3-10 00
3. Fees a Lioences .. 430 00 430 00 ... .. 360 00
4. Misellameou .. 12 65 10 WOS 62 .. 10 03
5. Gov@ nment Grant ,8o00 00 j1,790 00 1,010 00 1,768. 00



3,912 65' :,400 08 1,012 62 ... 2.748 03

Nett 'IAcr.ase $ 1,019.62

Estimate of-Expenditure of the -Chateaubelair-Town' Board for-the year41957.

Approved Actual
DmtemE *ft Expenditure. Est latis e Increase. Derease. Ependi- Remarks.
-1966 "195.

$ c. ,$ $ C. $ c. $ c.
1. Personal Emnoluments ... 974 00 703 20 270 80 .. 643 20 Increase of Salaries.
U. Upkeep of Buildings, Strets, & other
rOpeiry ... 1,50C 00 250 00 1,A00 00 .. 250 00 Repairs of Roads and Market.
3. Sanitation ... 1,650 00 1.544 00 106 00 ... 1,544 00
4. ients and Leases ... 60 00 ... 60 00 .. .. Housing o~.t.he Lil~arv.
5. Loan Instalment and Interest ... 160 83 160 83 .. ... 160 88
6...Misce]Iameous ... 830 00 242 00 108 00 .. 160 00 Purchas, ig of implements.



4,4t4 88 2,900 03 1.844 80 ... 2,748 08


Nett Increase $ 1,544.80


GRENVILLE DENNIE, Chairman,
Chateaubelair Town Board.


(F. 16/1956).










Estimate of Revenue of the Bequia District Council for the year 1957.

Approved Actuai
Details of Revenue. Estimate Estimate Increase. Deerease. Revenue Remarks.
1 1956. 1955.


$ e. $ c. $ o. $ c. $ e
1. Bates on Property .. 2,000 00 1,900 00 100 00
I. Watei Rates (including Private Water i
Service) .. 30 00 1 30 00
F. Fees and Licences .. 650 00 550 00
4. Miscellaneous .. 40 00 40 00 ..
5. Government Grant .. 8500 00 5,700 00 2,800 00

_11,120 00 8,220 00 ,900 00 .____
Nett Indresse $2,900,00

Estimate of Expenditure of the Bequia District Council for the year 1957.

Estimate Apprond Actusl
Details (A Expenditure. e t Estimate Inorease. Decrease. Expendi- Remarks.
1957. 1956. ture195
1955.

$ c. $ 6 $ c. $ c. $ c.

1. Personal Emoluments .. 1,020 00 780 00 240 00 ... .. For Assistant Clerk.
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets and other
Property .. 8,500 00 5,793 00 2,707 00 .. For building bridges and oiling roads
3. Sanitation ..1,020 00 1,020 00 .. .. ... Increased rent on Storeroom.
4. Rents and Leases .. 84 00 72 00 12 00 .
5. Loans, instalment and interest .. .... .. ...
6. Miacellaaeous ... 560 00 550 00



11,174 00 8,215 00 2,959 00 .. ..
Nlett Increase $2,959.00


C. McS. MITCHELL, Gokaiimm,
Bequia District Counci,


' . ^ ***


,* -[.r I,'


(1T. 10/1956)






Estimate of Revenue of the Marriaqua Village Council for the year 1957.

Approved Actual
Details of Revenue. esimate Estimate Inerease. Decmase. Revenue emamrks.
1957. 1956. 1955.


$ c. $ C. e. c. c.
1. Income from Crops .. 72 00 60 00 21 00 ...
I. Water Rates (including Private Water ...
Service) .....
3. Fees and Lisenees .. 200 00 200 00 ... 210 48
4. Miscellaneous .. 40 00 40 00 ... 4 56 One hundred dollars asked for is
S. Government Grant .. 800 00 700 00 100 00 600 00 to assist in additional labour expenses.


1,112 00 990 00 122 00 .. 816 04

Nett Increase 122.00


Estimate of Expenditure of the Marriaqua Village Council for the year 1957.

timt Approved Actual Ex-
Details of Expenditure. Estimate Eatimate Inorease. Decrease. penditure Remarks
195 1956. 1956.


$ 0. $ $ c. 0 c. $ U.
1. Personal Emoluments .. 448 00 373 00 75 00 489 50 Increase shown is for possible in-
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets and other crease in salaries during the year.
Property .. 54 00 854 00 .. 155 82
3. Sanitation .. 60 00 60 00 ... 69
4. Rants and Lesses .. ... ... ...
5. Loan Instalment and Interest ..
6. Miscellaneous .. 250 00 203 00 47 00 24 48


1,112 00 990 00 122 00 620 80

Nett Increase $123.0


C. F. BROWNE, Chairman.


(F. 16/1956).









Estimate ot Revenue of the Troumaca Village Council for the year 1957.

A toed Actual
Details of Revenue. giEnte Increase 'Decrease Revenae Remarks
19' 1951l 1955


$ c $ c $ 'c S c $ c
1. Rates on Property ..
2. Witer Rates (including Private Water
.Service.) .. ...
3. yFeh and Liceices .. 12 00 12 00 17 80
4. Miscellaneous ... .
5. Government Grant ... 900 00 848 00 62 00 800 00


912 00 860 00 52 00 s17 80

N ett Incr ;0 Net' Decrease $

Es# 01jjEof, ExyIpditure ott ,(o tlaT! aca ViJlaeCOil fq ,,the,,yptl!7;


Approved Actual Ex-
Details of Expenditure Estimate Estimate Increase Decrease penditure Remarks
1957 1956 1955.


c $ o. c $ $
1. Personal Emoluments ... 264 00 264 00 .. 211 85
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets and other ...
.Proper-ty ... 508 00 50 00 .. .. 510 45
3. Station .. .. 8 .. 18 00 10 Qq Pubhici. bla n.out of comiul1ca4.ar
i. entsi.ad Leases ... 60 00 60 0 ... .. 60 00 some time now.
5. Loan. Instalment and Interest .. .. .. ... ..
6. Misc

912 00 860 00 70 00 18 00 822 00-


z4e111nczease ~oy~1.W~ -,


(F. 16/1956).


J. BYAM.
Chasirma


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