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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE





VoL. 91.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 JANUARY, 1958. [No. 4.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 14.
RETURN OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR.
With reference to Government Notice No. 2 of 7th January, 1958, His
Excellency Sir COLVILLE MONTGOMERY DEVERELL, K.C.M.G., C.V.O.,
O.B.E., Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands, returned
to Grenada on 9th January, 1958.
14th January, 1958.
(A. 2/1950 III.)

No. 15. returning to Trinidad, Friday, 14th.
PRESS RELEASES. February. The Governor-General then
hopes to proceed to Jamaica for visit of
A medical bulletin has beeu issued same duration as originally planned.
from the Governor-General's House, Their Excellencies are not only
which announced Her Excellency Lady deeply disappointed but greatly con-
HAILES is suffering from virus infection, i cerned at the inconvenience which will
and must be confined to bed for some be caused by this re-arrangement in
time. their tour.
Owing to Lady HAILES' illness, it is 14th January, 1958.
deeply regretted that she will be unable (c. 12/1956 (E).)
to accompany the Governor-General on
his forthcoming tour of the West Indies.
After consultation with the Governor: No. 16.
of Jamaica and the Chief Minister of The Advisory Council expressed very
Jamaica, itinerary of tour has been great sympathy to the Govern~uesw-
re-arranged to permit the Governor- eral with regard to the illness of Lady
General to remain in Trinidad for the HAILES. The Council wished her a
present. speedy recovery and assured Lord
The Governor-General's tour will I HAILES of the sympathy of the people of
now start in Antigua, Thursday, 23rd: the West Indies and their hopes for her
January, and will continue through full restoration to health.
islands of Eastern Caribbean, on dates 14th January, 1958.
originally arranged for those territories,; (C. 12/1956 (E).)







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12 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 JANUARY, 1958.-(No. 4.)


No. 17.
The Governor-General's broadcast on
eve of tour of the West Indies has been
postponed as a result of re-arrangement
of his itinerary. Announcement of new
date of broadcast will be made later.
14th January, 1958.
(C. 12/1956 (E).)


No. 18.
ADVISORY COUNCIL'S
MEETING.


FIRST


His Excellency Lord HAILES, Gov-
ernor-General of the West Indies,
presided over the first meeting of the
Governor-General's Advisory Council
which opened on Monday, 6th January,
at the Governor-General's House.
2. Attending the meeting were repre-
sentatives of territorial Governments,
who formerly constituted the Standing
Federation Committee:
Antigua: Hon. V. C. BIRD.
Barbados: Hon. Sir GRANTLEY
ADAMS,
Hon. Sir ARCHIBALD
CUKE,
Hon. R. G. MAPP.
Dominica: Hon. FRANKLYN
BARON.
Grenada: Hon. L. C. J. THOMAS.
Jamaica: Hon. N. W. MANLEY,
Hon. F. A. GLASSPOLE,
Hon. E. L. ALLEN.
Montserrat: Hon. W. H. BRAMBLE.
St. Kitts: Hon. R. L. BRADSHAW.
St. Lucia: Hon. Dr. C. D. E.
LA CORBINIERE.
St. Vincent: Hon. E. T. JOSHUA.
Trinidad and Hon. Dr. ERmI
Tobago: WILLIAMS,
Hon. J. ALEXANDER,
Hon. B. S. MARAJ.
3. These representatives were ac-
companied by Advisers. Senior Federal
officials were also present at the meeting
and Observer from British Guiana, Mr.
BRINDLEY BENN.
4. Council first considered matters
relating to the establishment of the
West India Regiment. They agreed on
interim measures relative to the
strength and conditions of service of the
Regiment. Their proposals will be
forwarded to the Secretary of State.
5. Later Coupcil considered the
Interpretation Regulations, 1958, which
provide for Federation of set of general
rules for the interpretation of laws


made by order under authority of the
Federal Legislature.
6. Council also considered the Fed-
eral Supreme Court Regulations, 1958,
regulations which provide for proper
functioning of the Supreme Court.
7. Sir ERIC HALLINAN, Chief Jus-
tice of the West Indies, was present to
interpret various clauses of the Federal
Supreme Court Regulations.
8. Council suggested certain amend-
ments to the Draft Regulations and
approved regulations subject to the in-
corporation of these amendments.
14th January, 1958.
(C. 12/1956 (E).)


No. 19.
SECOND DAY.
The Governor-General's Advisory
Council resumed its first meeting on
Tuesday, 7th January, 1958.
2. Couueil agreed that Nomination
Day Jhould be on the 28th February,
tvwnty-five days before Polling Day.
This would hold good in all territories
except in Trinidad and Tobago where
it will be held on March 3rd.
3. The Advisory Council considered
Draft Regulations relative to appoint-
ment, election and membership contro-
versies. This legislation will regulate
the manner in which any dispute as to
appointments to the Senate or elections
to the House of Representatives shall
be determined. It was agreed, subject
to the provisions of the Regulations, and
of the Rules made under them, that the
principles, practice, and rules on which
committees of the House of Commons of
the Parliament of the United Kingdom
used to act in dealing with election
.petitions shall be observed.
4. The Advisory Council considered
Draft Standing Orders for the Federal
Legislature, which were prepared by the
Conference of Clerks held in Trinidad
last October. These Standing Orders
are subject to amendment by the Fed-
eral Legislature on its formation next
April if it should so desire.
5 A Sub-Committee was appointed
by the Advisory Council to consider
items on the Agenda dealing with
establishment and financial matters. The
Sub-Committee will meet on Tuesday
night at White Hall, and will submit
recommendations on Wednesday for the
decision of the Advisory Council.
*14th January, 1958.
(C. 12/1956 (E).)













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 JANUARY, 1958.-(No. 4.)


No. 20.
THIRD DAY.
The Governor-General's Advisory
Council resumed its First Meeting on
Wednesday, 8th, at the Governor-Gen-
eral's House. It accepted proposals put
forward by the Federal Secretariat for
production, issue and cost of Hansard.
Arrangements will enable Hansard of
the House of Representatives of one day
to be laid three days after. Hansard of
the Senate would be completed seven
days after the end of each day's session.
These arrangements will hold good for
the first session. For subsequent ses-
sions, permanent arrangements will be
made by a Committee of both Houses.
2. Council approved of the arrange-
ments for the Shipping Service for the
West Indies, which entails chartering of
two ships for one year for maintaining
shipping service between the present
ports of call. It agreed to the institu-
tion of the West Indian Shipping Board,
consisting of Chairman, Permanent
Secretary for Trade and Industry and
five members with special knowledge of
shipping, to be nominated by Unit Gov-
ernments. On behalf of Council, the
Governor-General thanked the Shipping
Sub-Committee for its work, and the In-
terim Shipping Commissioner, Mr.
DUFF URQUHART, for his services in re-
cent months.
3. Council considered variations of
original design for the Federal Flag
which had been agreed at Fourt'i Meet-
ing of the Standing Federation CAma-
mittee. It was decided that the F'lag
should consist of parallel white waves
on-a blue background, with a sun in the
centre. The Flag must now be submit-
ted for Her Majesty's approval and be
registered in college of arms.
4. It agreed that West Indian
Publications Regulations, 1958, should
be enacted. These Regulations, by re-
quiring a copy of each West Indian pub-
lication to be supplied for the purpose
of establishing and maintaining a Fed-
eral Library, seek to preserve for curT
rent use and for use of future Histo-
rians and persons wishing to do re-
search, a full record, of all West Indian
literature.
5. It agreed on rate of subsistence
allowance for members attending open-
ing and subsequent sessions of Federal
Legislature.
6. It accepted report of Finance
and Establishment Sub-Committee,
which had been appointed to. go into
various matter's concerned with finance
and establishiepnt, subject to certain
reservations, and a suggestion that


Federal Establishment should be re-
viewed with particular reference to
future establishment of Federation in
the light of possible constitutional
changes.
7. It agreed that special Head
should be added for contingencies to
take care of rii:f, i, -,.-,-. expenditure be-
fore First Meeting of Federal Legisla-
ture, and to provide for expenses in
connection with the inauguration of the
Federal Parliament, April 22nd.
8. It made recommendations on basis
of which ceremonies in connection with
inauguration of the Federal Parliament
should be conducted.
9. Appropriation REgalations, 1958,
and draft estimates of Federal Revenue
and Expenditure were then approved
by Council. It considered those
amendments to the Diaft Regulations
which had been recommended earlier in
the Meeting, and agreed that the rele-
vant legislation should now be enacted.
10. Council's First Meeting ended
6.30 p.m.
14th January, 1958.
(C. 12/1956 (E).)



No. 21.
APPOINTMENTS.

SECRETARY JOINT COMMISSION.

Mr. GORDON MANCINI, Permanent
Secretary, Chief Minister, Trinidad,
has been appointed Secretary of the
Joint Commission to investigate all
aspects of the West Indies' request to
make Chaguaramas available as site of
the Federal Capital.
2. The Chairman of the Joint Com-
mission, Sir CHARLES ARDEN-CLARKE,
arrived in Trinidad on Friday 10th.
3. The Commission started work at
Whitehall, Monday 13th.
14th January, 1958,
(c.-12/1957.)


No. 22.
The following persons have been ap-
pointed, with effect from the 1st Janu-
ary, 1958, as members of the Board of
.Examiners for the purpose of examining
and granting Certificates of Competency
to captains of -schooners and sloops
plying intercolonially:
JAMES MULRAINE, Esq.,
FELTX OnIVE, Esq. :
14th January, 1958.
(S. 9/1944.)














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No. 23. Health Department, resumed duties
His Ionour the Adnministrator has I with effect from 1st January, 1958.
been pleased to appoint the following 14th January, 1958.
officers as Class III Clerks in the Gen- (P.F. 270
eral Clerical Service with effect from I
3rd January, 1958:
No. 28.
Mr. ARDON ARTHUR, TENDERS FOR AUSTIN MOTOR CAR
Mr. ALRIC ARTHUR. P. 702.
14.+i .Tnnanrv 1958 -


(P.F. 853, S52.)


No. 24.
His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to appoint the following as
Assistant Mistresses (Non-Graduate),
Girls' High School with effect from 5th
January, 1957, and 3rd December, 1957,
respectively:
Miss HAZEL BROOMES,
Miss CELITHA WILTSHIRE.
14th January, 1958.
(P.F. 779, 806.)

No. 25.
KINGSTOWN TOWN BOARD.

The following personnel have been
elected to the Kingstown Board for the
two-year period commneing 1st Janu-
ary, 1958:-
A. C. ALLEN, Esq.
G. A. M. ALLEN, Esq.
F. J. DARE, Esq.
R. DAVIDSON. Esq.
II. A. DAVIS, Esq., O.B.E.,
B. DESHONG, Esq.
R. N. EUSTACE, Esq.
G. A. McINTOsn, Esq.
Mr. R. N. EUSTACE has been elected
as Chairman for the year 1958.
14th January, 1958.
(A. 73/1947.)

No. 26.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.

Mr. C. R. I. ROBINSON, Acting Ac-
countant-General, was appointed to act
as Financial Secretary, in conjunction
with his substantive acting appointment,
for the period December 11th, 1957, to
January 9th, 1958.
14th January, 1958.
(P.F. 179.)

No. 27.
RESUMPTION.

With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 314 of 9th July, 1957, Mr. F. A.
TROTMAN, Sanitary Inspector, Public


Tenders are invited for the purchase
of one Austin A40 Motor Car, P 702,
formerly belonging to Dr. F. M. SLAT-
TERY, Senior Medical Officer.
2. The Vehicle may be inspected at
the P.W.D. Compound, Arnos Vale, on
any working day, except Saturday, be-
tween the hours of 8.00 a.m. and 3.00
p.m.
3. The Upset price of this vehicle is
$2,124.00.
4. Tenders which will be received up
to 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday the
22nd January, 1958 must be sealed and
addressed to the Chairman of the Pub-
lic Tenders Committee, Treasury, and
distinctly marked "TENDERS FOR
AUSTIN MOTOR CAR'P. 702".
14th January, 1958.


No. 600.
VACANT POSTS.

Applications are invited for the post of
Clerk of the Marriaqua Village Council.
The post is non-pensionable and the
duties which are part-time carry a salary
of $240.00 per annum.
Persons interested are kindly asked to
contact the Chairman, Mr. A. D. Drayton
of Mesopotamia.
31st December, 1957.


No. 601.
VACANT PENSIONABLE POST OF ESTIMATOR/
CHIEF DRAUGHTSMAN
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT, ST. VINCENT.

Salary $2,592x$96-$3,168 plus 20%
pensionable pay addition. Transport
allowance in accordance with local rates.
Qualificatinos Secondary education,
with sound knowledge of Mathematics
and English, and a completed Course in
draughting from Bennett College, I.C.S.,
Institution of Engineering Designers or
other recognized authority.
Application with testimonials and cer-
tificates should be forwarded to the
Assistant Administrator and Establish-
ment Officer, St. Vincent not later than
31st January, 1958. Other information
available from local secretariat.
31st December, 1957.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 JANUARY, 1958.-(No. 4.)


No. 29.
VACANCY IN THE POST OF MEDICAL
SUPERINTENDENT, CUNNINGHAM
HOSPITAL, ST. KITTS, IN THE COI.ONY
OF ST. KITTS NEVIS ANGUI1.LV.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
post of Medical Superintendent, Cun-
ningham Hospital, St. Kitts, which is
due to fall vacant at an early date.
2. The officer will be required to
superintend and to administer the hos-
pital and to be responsible for the
treatment and care of all in-patients.
3. The qualifications required are
degrees or diplomas registrable with
the General Medical Council; and in
addition a higher qualification in Sur-
gery, preferably a Fellowship of one of
the Royal Colleges of Surgery.
4. The post is pensionable and car-
ries a salary of 1,380 sterling ($6,624
B.W.I.) per annum. A travelling allow-
ance at the rate of 100 sterling ($480
B.W.I.) per annum is also payable.
5. The officer shall be entitled to
charge and retain for his own use, in
respect of patients not in public wards,
operation fees as are laid down by local
regulations.
6. Free unfurnished quarters will
be provided, and an advance of salary
not exceeding 250 sterling ($1,200
B.W.I) repayable within a period of
three (3) years, will be obtainable.
7. Free passages will be provided
for the officer, and also for his wife and
not more than three children under the
age of eighteen years who are unmar-
ried and are dependent upon him pro-
vided that they accompany him or join
him in the Colony within twelve months
of his appointment.
8. Vacation leave will be granted at
the rate of 48 days per annum. Leave
passages will be granted in accordance
with the terms of the General Orders.
9. An undertaking to serve in the
Colony for a minimum period of three
years must be given by the applicant
selected for appointment.
10. Applications with at least two
testimonials should be addressed to the
Administrator, St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla
to reach him not later than the 31st Jan-
uary, 1958, and the following details
should be given:-
(i) full name
(ii) date and place of birth
(iii) qualifications and experience.
14th January, 1958.


No. 586.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE
WEST INDIES,

ADMISSION OF UNDERGRADUATES IN
OCTOBER, 1958.


Applications are invited for admis-
sion to the University College of the
West Indies in October 1958.
A number of Open Scholarships, Gov-
ernment Exhibitions and other awards
will be offered in 1958, as a result of the
University College Scholarship Examin-
ation which will be held in each territory
from 24th February to 28th February.
Some candidates for entrance only may
also be asked to write some papers in
the Scholarship Examination.
Candidates may qualify for normal
minimum entrance requirements with
A. Passes in five subjects at the
G.C.E. of which at least two
must be passed at Advanced
Level.
OR
B. Passes in four subjects at the
G.C.E. of which at least three
must be passed at Advanced
Level.
A credit at the Cambridge School
Certificate i-; equivalent to an Ordinary
Level pass G.C.E. and a pass at Princi-
pal Standard H.S.C. is equivalent to a
pass at Advanced Level G.C.E.
Students wishing to read for an Arts
Degree will be required to have included
English and at least one foreign lan-
guage at the Ordinary or Advanced
G.C.E. Level, or two foreign languages.
Further details about entry require-
ments, Faculty Requirements, Scholar-
ships available and an outline of
courses, may be found in the appropri-
ate pamphlets, which are available from
the Registrar, U.C.W.I., or from the
Resident Tutor, Extra-Mural Studies or
the Education Officer in the territories.
The closing date for applications is
January 31, 1958.
Please note that in the Scholarship
Examination 1958 each candidate will
be required to write an Essay Pa;er or
General Paper and any two of the fol-
lowing subjects irrespective of the
Faculty for which he is applying:
English Literature
Modern History
Greek
Latin
Spanish
French
Pure Mathematics
Applied Mathematics













16 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 JANUARY, 1958.-(No. 4.)


Pure and Applied Mathematics
Chemistry
Physics
Botany
Zoology
Biology
provided however that
(1) Biology is not taken with Botany
or Zoology;
(2) Pure and Applied Mathematics
is not taken with Pure Mathematics or
Applied Mathematics.
24th December, 1957.

No. 30.
BANK HOLIDAY.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Wednesday, 22nd January, 1958 (Dis-
covery Day), being a Bank Holiday, all
Public Offices will be closed on that day.
14th January, 1958.

No. 31.
LEGISLATION.

The undermentioned Bill is published
with this issue of the Gazette and may
be seen at the Government Office, Kings-
town Library, District Post Offices,
Police Stations, and at all Revenue
Offices:-
Bill for an Ordinance further to
amend the Banana Growers Asso-
ciation Ordinance, 1954.
(B. 32/1950 (D).)
14th January, 1958.

No. 32.
The undermentioned Ordinance
which has been assented to by His
Excellency the Governor is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-


No. 21 of 1957.-An
their to amend the
ance, Cap. 168.
(3. 22/1943.)
14th January, 1958.


Ordinance fur-
Bicycles Ordin-


No. 33.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

The Financial Accounts of the
Colony for the month of October, 1957,
are published with this issue of the
Gazette.
14th January, 1958.

No. 34.
Copies of Minutes of the meeting of
the Legislative Council held'on the 5th
December, 1957, which may be seen at


Government Office, the Kingstown
Library and at all Revenue Offices, are
published with this issue of the Gazette.
14th January, 1958.

No. 35.
BRITISH CARIBBEAN METEOROLOGICAL
SERVICE.

HURRICANE NOMENCLATURE-
1958.

Information has been received from
the U.S. Weather Bureau that the fol-
lowing names will be used for the de-
signation of hurricanes in the Gulf of
Mexico, Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic
Ocean in 1958:
Alma Janice Sherry
Becky Kal y Thora
Cleo Lila Udele
Daisy Milly Virgy
Ella Nola Wilna
"iT f> l __ 1_ _* 1-7f


r in
Gerda
Helene
Ilsa


urchnic
Portia
Queeny
Rena


.Arae
Yurith
Zorna


By Command,

G. LISLE FRASER,
Acting Governmeint Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
14th January, 1958.


1)E PAIATMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

INCOME TAX NOTICES.

TO GOVERNMENT OFFICERS.

All Government Officers are hereby
reminded that the latest date for the
submission of Income Tax Returns for
assessment in the year 1958 is the 31st
January, and that failure to give notice
of chargeability is an offerice against
the Income Tax Ordinance, rendering
the person concerned liable on convic-
tion to a fine not exceeding SEVEN
HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income
accruing in, derived from the Colony or
elsewhere and whether received in the
Colony or not for the preceding year,
exceeded the statutory limit of $500.00
is required to submit a return on the
prescribed form notwithstanding that
on account of approved deductions no
tax may eventually be chargeable, and
particular attention is directed to the
fact that the term "Income" is deemed













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 JANUARY, 1958.-(No. 4.)


to include not only money but also al-
lowances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
blank return forms to such per-
sons through their Heads of Depart-
ments. It is to be clearly understood,
however, that the Income Tax De-
partment is under no obligation to
send a return form to anyone
and that a person is not exonerated
from the statutory liability of making
a return even though a form may not
have been received from the Depart-
ment. Forms may be obtained, on ap-
plication, at the Revenue Offices at
Georgetown, Barrouallie, Bequia and
Union Island, or in any other district
from the Police Station situate therein,
or from the Income Tax Office, Kings-
town, where any person requiring in-
formation in connection therewith is in-
vited to enquire.
4. Where officers are in receipt of
income other than salaries, the form
should include particulars thereof and
should be accompanied by the necessary
supporting statements.
3rd January, 1958.


TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.

Every person concerned, not being na
Government Officer, is hereby reminded
that the latest date for the submission o(
Income Tax Returns for assessment in
the year 1958 is the 31st March, and
that failure to give notice of charge-
ability is an offence against the Income
Tax Ordinance, rendering the person
concerned liable to a fine not exceeding
SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY
DOLLARS.
2. Every person whose income accru-
ing in, derived from the Colony or else-
where and whether received in the
Colony or not for the preceding year,
exceeded the statutory limit of $480.00
is required to submit a return in the
prescribed form notwithstanding that on
account of approved deductions no tax
may eventually be chargeable, and
particular attention is directed to the
fact that the term "income" is deemed
to include not only money but also al-
lowances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
blank forms to such persons. It is to be
clearly understood, however, that the
Income Tax Department is under no
obligation to send a return form to any-
one and that a person is not exonerated
from the statutory liability of making a
return even though a form may not have
been received from the Department.


Forms may be obtained, on application,
at the Revenue Offices at Georgetown,
Barrouallie, Bequia and Union Island,
or in any other district from the Police
Station situate therein or from the In-
come Tax Department, Kingstown,
where any person requiring information
in connection therewith is invited to
enquire.
4. The form correctly completed,
should be accompanied by all necessary
supporting statements. Specimens of
the form of account required from small
traders and from occupiers or cultiva-
tors of land will be supplied on request.

F. E. WILLIAMS,
Inland lcvenue Oificer.
INLAND REVENUE OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
14th January, 1958.


SHIPPING NOTICE.

MIVASTER'S CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY.

Attention is hereby drawn to Sections
18 and 19 of the Fassenger Boats Regula-
tions No. 31 of 1957 regarding Certificate
of Competency and the subjects for such
examination
Owners and Agents cf Int-rcolonial
vessels are warned that no clearance
would be issued to any such ship not
having a Master with the necessary Certi-
ficate or its equivalent.
Arrangements for such cbxrination by
the Board may be made by the Port
Officer on the app -caticn of the candi-
date.
A. :. WILLIAMS,
Senior Customs O..?cor,
H. M. Customs,
St. Vincent.
28th December, 1957.


POLICE NOTICE.

Regulations made by the Chief of
Police under Section 79 (1) of the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordin-
ance, No. 20 of 1940.
Between the hours of 9.15 a.m. and
11.00 a.m. on Tuesday 4th February,
1958, the following road will b, clo',ed
to all Vehicles.
BAY STREET, b+tv,:e BEDFORD
STREET and EGMONT STREET.
Police arc under dire-lion:, to enforce
these Regulations during the time they
apply.
C. M. ROBERTS,
Acting Chief of Police.
14th January, 1958.














18 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 JANUARY, 1958.-(No. 4.)


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES AND BRITISH CARIBBEAN
IN CIRCULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES
(EASTERN GROUP) ON 1ST DECEMBER, 1957.


Average circulation during November,
1957.
British Caribbean Currency ......
Demonetized Govt. notes outstanding


Total


Notes
$


63,127,518
1,079,509

64,207,027


3,290,562


3,290,562


British Caribbean Notes and Coins in
circulation on December 1st, 1957.
Trinidad and Tobago ...... .... ......
B arbados ...... .... .......
British Guiana ...... .. ...... ......
G renada ...... ............
St. Vincent ..... ....... .......
St. Lucia ...... ........... .....
D om inica ...... .......... ......
Antigua ...... .. ...... ... ......
St. K itts ...... ...... .. ...... ......
M ontserrat ...... ...... ...... .. ......
Proof Set Coins ......

Total circulation of British Caribbean
Notes and coins on December, 1st
1957
Demonetized Govt. Notes outstanding on
1st December, 1957.
Trinidad and Tobago ...... ...
British Guiana
Barbados ...... .... ..... .

Total demonetized Govt. Notes out-
standing on 1st December, 1957 ......

Total currency circulation on December
1st, 1957 ...... .


$
29,224,057
7,161,625
17,761,861
2,736,100
509,430
1,034,000
1,715,400
2,374.300
1,589,500
370,105


1,423.125
503,125
703,475
141,125
95,500
125,600
100,400
113,500
122,300
24,150
1,870


$64,476.348 $3,354,170


737,172
266,263
70.309


1,073,741


$65,550,092 $3,354.170


British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad.


ST. VINCENT CIVIL SERVICE ASSO-
CIATION.

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING.

Notice is hereby given that the Annual
General Meeting of the Civil Service
Association will be held at the Court
House cn Thursday, 23rd January, 1958,
at 8.00 p.m.
Included on the agenda will be the
election of Officers for the 1958/59 term
and the presentation of financial and
secretarial reports on the past year.
All members of the Civil Service are
invited to attend.
C. W. ITON,
Hon. Secretary.
3rd January, 1958.


For Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.






ST. VINCENT COTTON GINNERY.


PURCHASE OP SEA ISLAND SEED
COTTON.

The Advance to be paid by the St.
Vincent Cotton Ginnery on Sea Island
Seed Cotton purchased on the Co-opera-
tive System for the Crop 1957/58 has
been fixed as follows:


WHITE
STAINED


.. 24c. per lb.
4c. ,, ,,

J. L. EUSTACE
Manager.


7th January, 1958.


COIN


Coins
$
















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 JANUARY, 1958.-(No. 4.) 19


NOTICE. send particulars in writing of their
claims or demands to the undersigned on
IN THE ESTATE OF FITZROY ROSE, DECEASED. or before the 21st January, 1958, at the
undermentioned address, after which
It is hereby notified for general infor- date steps will be taken to distribute the
mation that Letters of Administration assets of the said deceased according to
have been granted to the undersigned, law.
for and on behalf of the Crown, in the
above estate as bona vacantia. N. A. BERRIDGE,
All persons having any claims or de- Acting Crown Attorney.
mands against the said estate of Fitzroy Chambers,
Rose, late of Kingstown in the Colony of Kingstown,
Saint Vincent, who died on the 31st day St. Vincent.
of December, 1956, are hereby required to 27th December, 1957.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGbTOWN, ST. VINCENT
[ Price 24 cents. I























FINANCIAL
STATEMENTS.












THE TOTAL RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS


Estimated Actual
RECEIPTVi. Receipts Receipts
1957. to 31.10.57

1. Import Duties 930,000 871,843.00
2. Export Duties ... 225,000 189,520.00
3. Excise Duties ... 260,000 185,116.00
4. Other Duties ... 100,000 44,180.00
5. Licences ... 55,000 49,903.00
6. Taxes ... 455,510 275,865.00
7. Harbour Dues ... 23,000 23,337.00
8. Other Fees of Court-, etc. ... 220,370 i 209,046.00
9. Post Office ... 95,930 98,610.00
10. Electricity, Telephones, REerigeiation ... 10,530 8,204.00
11. Rent and Interest ... 18.950 17,566.00
llA. Sale of Government Property ... 3,010.00
11B. Loans and Advances, Repayments ... 184.690 91,014.00
12. Sales and Leases of Crown Lands ... 11,580 9,537.00,

Total Ordinary Revenue .. 2,599,560 2,076,751.00


EXTRAORDINARY.

12A. Grant in Aid:-
(a)h Admini'it, atigy,
(b) Deferred Maintenance
(c) Salaries Increase

Total Local Revenue and Grant-in-Aid

13. Colonial Development & Welfare Schemes

Total Revenue


Authorised Advances:-
Personal
Other


S 65,163.00 (
207,499.00 1


Special Funds

Deposits, Other than Special Funds

I mprest s

Crown Agents Joint Consolidated Fund

Drafts and Remittances

Investments


1.087,060,00


809,278.00


/ 3,686,620 2,886,029.00

803,320 384,659.00

4,489,940 3,270,688.00



















272,662.00


1,390,888.00

1.093,150.00

297,207.00

1,041,600.00

12,368.00

16,133.00

7,394,696.00











FOR THE PERIOD 1ST JANUARY TO 31ST OCTOBER, 1957.


Governor
Legislature
Administration
Agriculture
Audlit
Central Housing ahdI
Charitable
Customs and Excise.
Education
Inland Revenue
.1 ndicial
Labour
Lands and Survey
Legal
. Loans and Advances
Medical
Miscel laneous
Pensions


Planning Authority


Police
Port and Marine
Post Office
Prisons
Public l)ebt
Public Library
Public Works Department
Public Works Annually Recurrent
Public Works Extraordinar.y
IDeerred Maintenance
Subventions
Telephones
Treasury
Salaries Increase

Total Ordinary Expenditure


PAYMFN'IS


EXTRAORDINARY.


33. Colonial Development and Welfate

TOTAL EXPENDITURE



Authorised Advances:-
Personal
Other

Special Deposits

Deposits, Other than Special Funds

Imprests

Crown Agents Joint Consolidated Fund


...i 803.320)

... 4,489,940




i


593,727.00

3.473.652.00





328,384.00

1,068,676.00

S1.339.236.00

310,707.00


561,b00.00

12,3() h. J()


Drafts and Rmittances


Investments


Balance as at 1st January, 1957
Balance as at 31. 10. 57



TREASURY CHAMBERS.
ST. VINCENT,
28th December, 1957.


2,565.00

7.097.188.00
256.849.00
40,659.00

7.394.(;69(.0o


C. R. 1. ROHINSON,
Acting Accouvntlat Gf(n, al.


Estimated
Payments
1957.

1i5,300
73,2 80
...! 71 !,800





...: 71,840
433,160
. 9.870
. 50,6(;0
. 14,830
S 33,920
.. 7,9 0(
;210.000(
... 8.440
.. 16 7.'0;()
75,3)00
... I 224,256;
8,560
.. )58,620(
G65.710
.. ;37.510
..J 11,030;
...- 90,790
.... 426,330
...i 83,670
... 1 (2,000(
102,554
... 3.()190
... 58).170


..i. 3.68h.6 20


Actual
Payments
tu .1.10.57
$
7,763.00
47,674.00
177,918.00
79,921.00
1-7,521.00
6,486.00
".I',2-4,00
32.369.00
331,187.00
27,009.00
38,471.00
15,152.00
32,510.00
8,902.00
82,647.00
394,464.00
204,935.00
87,)9(6.00
I .' ..' -'00
2,939.00
33,245.00
48,979.00
30,845.00
8,719.00
76,000.00
355,372 00
53,793.00
65,08,1.00
57.240 00
21.923.00
44,742.00
276.036.00
2,879.925.0








Statement of Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of St. Vincent as at 31st October, 1957


1956
$ c.

831,308.00


C.


$ c.


Deposits:-


Special Funds


Other than Special Funds


1,2:33. ,) 00 Overdrafit:-

Barclays Bank

Crown Agents Joint Consolidated Fund


35,322.00)


Colony Reserve Fund


784,226.00

... 122,903.00 907,129 00




115.00

1,497,600.00 1,497,745 00





35,322 00'


361,306.00 General Revenue Balance


2,464,536.00


1956
,$


S C. ~, C.


1,253,47500 Authorised 'Advances :


204,84.3 00

:.. 1,079,302 00 11,284,145 00


Oilher


548,988 00 Cash :-
Treasury andl syb-Tr ieas ries
Crown Agents Cirrent A/c
Imprests



622,07300 Investmnts
General Revenne Balance-
Net Revenue to 31.10.57
Net Expendliture to 31.10.57

Net Snrplnus
C.D. & W. Expenditure


Net Deficit as at 31.10.57
Balance as at 1.1.57


2,441,096 00 2,464,536 00


SJ 11,223 00
29,581 00
.. 13,500 00


54,304 00


13.224 00

...2,886,029 00
...2,879,925 00

... 6.104 00
... 209,068 00


. 202,964 00
... 285,559 00 488,523 00

2,441,096 00


Notes:- 1. At 31st Octobber, 1957 the.Public Debt (not recorded in the above Liabilities) stood at $670,614.00 and Lhe accumulated Fund for its Redemption stood at $238,233.00.
2. There is a Colonial Development and Welfare Loan to the Saint Vincent Banana Growers Association of $150,000 for which General Revenue is responsible only in ca.ie of default.
3. Other Advances" includes the sum of $977,228.00. advanced in anticipation of loans.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
SAINT VINCENT, -B.W.I.,
28th December, 1957.


C. R. I. ROBINSON,
Actinq Accountant General.





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Ordinance no. 21 of 1957




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