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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


Published b gluthoritg.


VOL. 94.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 MAY, 1961. [No. 23.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
No. 129
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

RETURN OF MEMBERS ELECTED TO SERVE ON THE LEGISLATIVE
COUNCIL.

The return of members elected to serve on the Legislative Council of,
the Territory is published hereunder in the order in which each was received
by the Supervisor of Elections:-


Date of Return

22nd April, 1961
25th April, 1961
26th April, 1961
26th April, 1961
27th April, 1961
27th April, 1961
27th April, 1961
27th April, 1961
28th April, 1961


Electoral District Name of Member Re.turned

North Leward Samuel Eric Slater
East St. George Robert Milton Cato
Grenadines Clive Leonard Tannis
North Windward Ivy Iniez Joshua
South Windward Levi Calvert Latham
Central Windward Ebenezer Theodore Joshua
West St. George Henry Afflick Haynes
South Leeward Herman Fraer Young
Kingstown i. Alphaeus Clarence Grey
Allen


2nd May, 1961.





X
\8.7


Time of
Receipt
of Return

10.10 a.m.
1.05 p.m.
9.15 a.m.
10.00 a.m.
9.50 a.m.
10.00 a.m.
11.00 a.m.
2.05 p.m.
9.50 a.m.












144 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 MAY, 1961.-(No. 23.)


No. 130.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.

The following person has been ap-
pointed a Justice of the. Peace of the
Colony.
Mr. EZEKIEL JONES of Union Island.
2nd May, 1961.
(144.)

No. 131.
TEMPORARY JUSTICES OF THE
PEACE.

The following persons have been ap-
pointed temporary Justices of the Peace
of the Colony:-
Mr. BRINDSLEY BROWNE Chairman,
Georgetown Town Board,
Mr. ERIC ALEXANDER-Chairman, Calii-
aqua Town Board,
Mr. DONALD CAMBRIDGE Chairman,
Layou Town Board,
Mr. REGINALD As.r--laiarman, Barrou-
allie Town Board,
Mr. A. Louis MANDEVILLE Chairman,
Lowmans Windward District Coun-
cil.
2nd May, 1981.
(144.)

No. 132.
PRE-RESIGNATION LEAVE.

Dr. A. D. Low, Senior Medical Officer,
has been granted 52 days' vacation leave
with effect from 3rd April, 1961, prior to
resignation from the Service.
2nd May 1961..
(P.F. 874.):

No. 133.
Mr. ORLOiiE FAYNER, Class n Clerk,
Audit Departi~et. hfas been grikted 72
days' vacation leave with effect from 1st
May, 1981, prior to resignation from the
Service.

(P.F. 920.)

No. 184.
Mr. KENNETH WILLIAMS, Class II Clerk,
Audit Departnrent, has been granted 39
days' vacation leave with effect from 1st
May, 1981, prior to resignation from the
Service.
2nd May, 1961.
(P.F. 1028.)

No. 135.
BBQIIA -IIBISkICT COUNCIL.

RISIGNATION.

The Honourabl CCTVE TANNIS has re-'
signed. His. appdintinent as Chairman of
the Begua. I~iqtrict CoucHil. with effect
from lst Arill, 1961.
2nd May, .1961.


No. 136.
BEQUIA DISTRICT COUNCIL.

ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN.

At a meeting of the Bequia District
Council which was held on 13th April,
1301, Mr. Si DNEY MICINTOSH was elected
Chairman of the Council in place of the
Honourable CLIVE TANNIS who has re-
signed with effect from 1,t April, 1961.
2nd May, 1961.

No. 137.
ST. VINCENT PRISON SERVICE.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment as
Prison Officers in the St. Vincent Prison
Service.
Candidates should be between the
ages of 21 and 30 years; should be at
least 5' 9" in height with chest at least
3g" (expanded) andt should have attained
at least the Primary School Leaving Cer-
tificate. Secondary education would be
an asset.
Applicants must be recommended by
at least two prominent and respectable
citizens.
Salary commences at $1,080 per annum
and the following allowances are paid if
applicants qualify for them:-
1. Duty
2. Good Conduct
3. House
Further particulars can be obtained
from the Superintendent of Prisons.
Applications, in the applicants' own
lhad triting should be addressed to the
Superintendent of Prisons, Kingstown,
and should reach him not later than 18th
May, 1961.
2nd May, 1961.

No. 124.
COMMONWEALTH YOUTH
SUNDAY.

It is notified for general information
that Commonwealth Youth Sunday will
be observed on May 14th.
Church Services this year, at which
Her Majesty's Message will be read, will
be held at 3.30 p.m.
There will be a March Past of Gram-
mar School Cadets, Boy Scouts, Girl
Guides and the Junior Red Cross imme-
diately after the services and His Hon-
our the Administrator will take the
salute in front of the Methodist Church.
25th April, 1961.

No. 138.
SUPPLEIENtr TO GAZETTE.

The Statement of Securities held by
the Crown Agents for Oversea Govern-
ments and Administrations on behalf of












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 MAY, 1961.--(No. 23.) 145


the British Caribbean Currency Fund at
31st December, 1963, is published with
this issue of the Gazette.
2nd May, 1961.

No. 139.
The Administration Report of the Reg-
istrar of the Supreme Court for the year
1958 is published with this issue of the
Gazette.
By Command,
E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
2nd May, 1961.

DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

EDUCATION NOTICES.


TERM II, 1961.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

Term II, 1961, will be opened on Mon-
day, 8th May, 1961, at 10.30 a.m.
U. G. CRICK,
Headmaster.
Grammar school,
2nd May, 1961.
GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.

Term II, 1961, will begin on Monday,
8th May, 1961, at 10.30 a.m.
B. M. HEDDLE,
Headmistress.
Girls' High School,
2nd May, 1981.


CUSTOMS NOTICE.


It is hereby notified that under Sec-
tion 34 Ci p 2'4 R. ). an l !!.:ilned
wreck, one open row-boat a; de :ribcd
below, will be :old b- Piubli Anetion
at H. M. Cn.u~omns on Wednieday, 3rd
May, 1961, at 10 o'clock a.m.
Description.


Build
Colour
Marks
Dimensions


Bow & Stern
White
Nil
12' x 4' x 2'


J. H. D. COX,
Chief Receiver of Wrecks.
II.M. Customs,
St. Vincent.
11th April, 1961.


POLICE NOTICE.

DRIVING PERMITS.

A large number of holders of Driving
Permits have failed to have these pr-
mits renewed. It is notified for general
information that it is a breach of the
Motor Vehicle Ordinance for any person
to drive a Motor Vehicle without a valid
driving permit.
2. Persons fo1nd offending will be
prosecuted.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Kingstewa,
8th April, 1961.


1T. V WGTNT BAXANA GROWERS' ASSOCIATION NOTICE.

BANANA PRICE INCREASE.

In accordance with ,eStion 3 (2) Qf*the Banana Growers Association (Amend-
ment) Ordinance No. 10 of 1959, it is hereby potifed that after consultation with
the Minister for Trade and Production, the Board of Management of the 4ssocia-
tion have decided to increase the price paid to growers to 5. cents per lb. as from
the shipment scheduled for the 3rd May 1961.
Hereunder is the formula for arriving at the above prices:--


Price obtainable from Qeest Industries (B.W.I.) Ltd.


Less:
Leaf Spot Control
Hurricane & Windstorm .Fund
Buying Operations
Administration etc. Expenses
Repayment of Supplementary
Advance to Geest


.30 cents
.125
.26
.3525 ,,
.25


Cents per lb.
6.2875





1.2875


5. cents.
By-Order of the Board of Management.
F. E. WILLIAMS,
Secretary/Manager.













146 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 MAY, 1961.-(No. 23.)


SAINT VINCENT (CIRCUIT)
IN THE COURT OF APPEAL OF THE WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS

On the 17th, 18th, 19th and 21st days of April 1961 at the Court House,
Kingstown St. Vincent, Before the Justices of Appeal Messrs Joseph Littleton
Wills and Greville Laughton Taylor.
APPEALS FROM THE MAGISTRATE COURTS.

Appeal Result

No. 14/1959 Cornelius Williams Appeal withdrawn. Decision of Magis-
vs. trate confirmed. Costs to Respondent
Samuel Primus $10.08.
No. 2/1960 Theophilus Cain Struck out. Magistrate decision affirmed.
vs. Costs $10.08 to be paid by Appellant
Chief of Police Cain.
No. 3/1960 Zino Durrant Struck out. Magistrate decision affirmed.
vs. Costs $10.08 to be paid by Appellant
Chief of Police Durrant.
No. 4/1060 Owen Rodgers Appeal dismissed with costs $10.08 to be
vs. paid by Respondent.
Elcina Hunte
No. 6/1060 Arnold Husbands Appeal dismissed. Decision and Sen-
vs. tence by Magistrate confirmed. No
Chief of Police order as to Costs..
No. 10/1960 Nathaniel Ashton Appeal dismissed. Decision of Magistrate
vs. and conviction affirmed. No order as
Chief of Police to Costs.
No. 11/1960 Levi Cupid Appeal dismissed, with costs $10.08 to
vs. Respondent.
Donald Romeo
No. 12/1960 Randolph Russell for Struck out. Magistrate decision affirmed.
Lyric Theatres Ltd. No Costs.
vs.
Sanitary Authority
No. 16/1960 Victoria Currency Appeal dismissed. Decision and sentence
vs. by Magistrate confirmed. Costs to be paid
Jenna Roach by Appellant.
No. 19/1960 Johnnie Halbich Appeal dismissed. Magistrate's decision
vs. confirmed. No order as to Costs.
Chief of Police
No. 20/1960 Roy Eustace Appeal dismissed. Decision and sentence
vs. confirmed. No order as to Costs.
Accountant General
No. 24/1960 George Samuel Appeal dismissed. Decision and sen-
Vs. tence by Magistrate confirmed. No order
Chief of Police as to Costs.
No. 25/1960 Norbert James Appeal dismissed. Conviction and sen-
vs. tence confirmed. No order as to Costs.
Chief of Police
No. 33/1960 Esau Haywood Appeal dismissed. Decision and convic-
vs. tion by Magistrate affirmed. Costs to be
Chief of Police paid by Appellant.
No. 15/1959 Luenda Gumbs Adjourned Sine Die.
vs.
Evelyn Gumbs

H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar, Supreme Court.
26th April, 1961.

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[Price 30 cts.1















REPORT OF THE REGISTRAR OF THE SUPREME COURT FOR THE YEAR 1958.



REGISTRAR'S CHAMBERS,
KINGSTOWN,
ST. VINmoT, W.I.
13TH FEBRUARY, 1961.


Sir,
I have the honour to submit this Administrative Report on the working of
the office of the Registrar for t;.e Supreme Court and Deed Registry for the
financial year ending 31st December, 1958.

STAFF
The business of the Supreme Court was ccnducte duriring the year under
review by Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor, Puisne Judge for' the St. Vincent and Dominica
circuit of the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and Leeward! Islands. His
Lordship accordingly visited the Dominica Circuit and conducted business for
four periods during the year viz: during the months of January, April, July and
November.

The function of Registrar for the Supreme Court Deeds Registry, etc., con-
tinued as in the previous year to be performed by Mr. C. O. R. Phillips also addi-
tional Magistrate until the 29th May, 1958 when he proceeded to St. Lucia on a
special assignment as Magistrate for a short period. Meanwhile the Deputy
Registrar Mr. D. Elson Weekes substituted until the Registrar's return. Sometime
later the Registrar Mr. C. O. R. Phillips was seconded to the Antigua circuit and
so proceeded on 1st September, 1958. Mr. D. Elson Weekes was then appointed
to act as Registrar while Mr. O. S. Barrow, Senior Clerk', acted as Deputy Regis-
trar. Mr. A. L. John who attained his 60th birthday on October 23rd 1957
proceeded on 243 days pre-retirement leave as from 3rd May, 1958.

The following persons in addition to the foregoing formed the Registry's
Staff for the year 1958. They were Mesdames Ruby A. Williams, Sybil McKell,
and Miss Eileen Haynes. Mrs. Edwina Bertrand served as a temporary Clerk
from March to August 31st when she resigned in order to proceed to England.
Towards the latter part of the .year Misses E. Charles and J. Cambridge joined
the staff. The former was shortly after transferred and was replaced by Mr.
W. Mitchell.

LEGISLATION
The following Legislative measures affecting the department were assented
to during the course of the year viz:-
(1) An Ordinance, No. 11 of 1958 further to amend the Regist"ation of
Documents Ordinance 1937.
(2) An Ordinance, No. 14 of 1958 further to amend the Merchandise Marks
Ordinance Cap. 218 of the Revised Laws of St. Vincent 1926 Edition.
(3) An Ordinance, No. 18 of 1958 to make provision for enforcement in the
Colony of Judgments given in foreign countries accordingly as reciprocal
facilitation is accorded Judgments given in St. Vincent.
(4) An Order in Council S.R. & O.'No. 41 of 1958 further to amend the rules
governing the Registration of U.K. Trade Marks Rules 1941 (S.R. & O.
1941 No. 74).
(5) An Order in Council (Imperial) S.R. & O. No. 44 of 1958 further to amend
the Rules governing the Leeward Islands and Windward Islands (Cburts)
Order in Council, 1939.

COURT AND OFFICE

1957 1958
Actions filed in the Supreme Court 74 72
Divorce Oase 7 1
Appeals 17 14
Income Tax Appeals 1 14
.... 2













1958


Applications, Summonses etc. In chambers
(a) Original Jurisdiction
(b) Summary
Cases filed in the Summary Jurisdiction Court
Criminal Cases
Probate and Letters of Administration
Search in Court records
Trade Marks
Writ of ft fa. Jurisdiction of Court
United Kingdom Patents


20
4
45
49
52
39
50
29
1


15

62
60
83
22
42
25


REGISTRATION OF DEEDS
Documents admitted to the Registry during the year 1958 totalled 1275 as
compared with 964 for the previous year. The following comparison is classified
hereunder:-


Agreements
Conveyances
Re-Conveyances and Releases
Deeds of Gift
Deeds of Assent
Deeds of. Further Charge
Deeds of Trust
Deeds other .kinds
Grants of Crown Land
Equitable. Mortgages & Charges
Leases
Mortgages
Powers of Attorney
Probates and Letters of Administration
Writs of Seizure & Sale
Assignments & 'Re-Assignments
Agricultural Advances Liens
Debentures
Bills of Sale


19
90
8
107
19
S 52
29

7

44

OS


1958
8
478
125
42
53
10
1
20
42
119
7
180
18
83
25

4

60

12=5


BUSINESS NAMES
There were 3 new Business Names registered under the Business Names
Ordinance No. 3 of 1950, as compared with 9 registered during the year 1957.

COMPANIES
Two new Companies were registered during the year 1958. No new Company
was registered.during the preceding year 1957.

TRADE UNIONS

One, The. St.. Vincent United Workers. Union was registered as a Trade Unibn
during. the year 1958. A Similar number was registered during, the preceding
year 1957.

REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS & MARRIAGES

A compluratLin table of Births and; Deaths registered in the ofMce of the
Registrar. General.for the years 1957 and 1958 is as follows:--


Births
Deaths
Still Births


1957
4261
985
... 9g


1958
3980
1223
103


The sum:of. $174 was: expended in the payment for the services of District
Registrars during the- year 1958 as compared with $17Q paid in 1957.

Marriage. solemnized in the, Colony land for which Duplicate Registers were
received, at theeRegidry numbered 284 for the year 1958 in contrast to. 31 regis-
tered in 1957.












3

The Registrar in his role as Marriage Officer as under Cap. 151 sec. 26 solemn-
ized 18 marriages during the year 1958 while 13 such ceremonies were- duly
performed in 1957.

REVENUE
An amount in the sum of $5,389 was collected during the year as Registrar's
fees for searches for deeds, births, deaths, marriages and adoptions, as well as
for Probate and Letters of Administration.

Estate and succession duties climbed to a total revenue of $29,706 during the
year 1958 as compared with $6,808 collected during 1957. Fines and Forfeitures
of Court yielded $54.80 for the year 1958 in contrast to $175.00 collected during the
previous year 1957.

Registration fees and stamp duties collected upon documents registered in
the Deeds Registry amounted to $20,171.85.

EXPENDITURE
During the year 1958 the sum of $21,675 was expended in payment for services
rendered the department. This amount also includes payment for supplies neces-
sary for the proper functioning of the Supreme Court and Registry as a whole.
For the Criminal Sessions a sum of $5,232 was spent in comparison with $4,190
spent in 1957.

I have the honour to be,

Sir,

Your obedient Servant

H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar of the Supreme Court.

His Honour
the Administrator,
Government Office,
KINGSTOWN.













BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD ABSTRACT

SHOWING NOMINAL VALUE, PRICE PAID AND MARKET VALUE AT 31st DECEMBER,
1960 OF SECURITIES HELD ON BEHALF OF THE CURRENCY FUND AND THE
LIQUID PORTION OF THE FUND.

(ARTICLE 7 (4) OF THE FIRST SCHEDULE TO CURRENCY AGREEMENT).


Currency Fund:
Securities held by Crown Agents (Market value at
31st December, 1960) ...
Debentures in respect of loans to Govesnujents
participating in the Currency Agreement held
at Headquarters of the Board


$79,616,152.52


9.847,050.00


$ 89,463,202.52


On deposit in Crown Agents Joint Consolii:!ted Fund ... 9,835,519.86


On deposit in Crown Agents Joint Consolidated Fund
Transferred front Incoin. Acco"iit at 31si Decemrlhr,
1960, (Article 4 (2) (c) of the Currency Agreement)


Currency Circulation:
Notes in circulation at 31st December, 1960 ...
Coins ,, ,, ,, ,, ,. 1960

Excess of Currency Fund over Currency circulation


992.987.22 10,,828.07.08

S 100,291,709.60


$ 92,139,092.00
4,411,651.00


$96,550,743.00

$3,740,966.60


SECURITIES HELD BY


CROWN AGENTS FOR OVERSEAS GOVERNMENTS AND
ADMINISTRATIONS


Description of Stock.


Australia 2-1% 1967/71
3 1963/65
3 1964/66
., % 1965/6 1
:1 3 % 1975/77
31% 1956/61
S 3% 1965/69
S 3% 1961/66
4 % 1961/64
6 % 1974/76
Belfast Corp. 2|% 196:;/66
Blackburn, 2j% 1960/65
Bootle ,, 3"% 1958/62
Brauford .. 3j% 1972/82
British Gas Gtd. 4% 19;9/72
Br.Electricity 4j% 1967/69
Iritisih Traispi,'i Gid. 3 %1968/73
S. ,, 4% 1972/77
Ce.ylon 3 % 1959/64
41% 196r,
5 % 1960/70
Consols 4 % 1957 or atfte 1.2.57.
Conversion St.ek 34% 1969
4% 1962
4 4% 1963
. 4% 1964
5% 1971
Cyprus 3j% 1969/71
4 % 1956/A 6

Carried forward


Nominal Value.



3,3y6
16.124
3,1U5

42,217
212,394
37.385
97,719
31,0uj0
75.000
3,770
7.7(10
6.'-28
5,996
622.329
763.195
415.381
323,474
16,731
1',047
13,2(0
17,397
23.604
2,700.818
515.284
1,250,000
820,409
108,239
4.724


Price paid.

s. >1.
2.989 5 4
15,298 -10 7
2,980 2 9
30,990 12 1
37,521 1 0
203.425 5 5
35,235 12 1
96,497 12 4
32,046 5 0
75,843 15 0
:.454 12 6
7.170-12 6
i.1i50 19 0
5.718 17 11
646,31; 10' 0
687.071 6 8
336,083 2 11
329,696 2 2
1 t,250 17 2
'2.0o3 2 5
14,503 10 0
17.o38 8 8.
21,280 6 6
2.667.622 12 9
b15.180 16 5
1,227,647 0 11
751.187 10 3
95.713 8 5
4.848 5 5


MarZ.et Value at
31st Dec., 1960.

H. (d
2.49f 14
1.4.27) Ii
-2..7644 8 <
77,414 1.5
28,91. 3
211,332 1 (
.20,721 5 .
85,514 4.
29,6i)5 0 (
75,375 0 (
3,167 2 1
6.776 0 (
6,078 1 1
4,197 7 ]
618212 1t 11
694,507 17 1
107.881 19 1(
25' ,645 0 ,
14;222 2 4
15.fl1 7 1]
10.f26 0 (
1-1482 3 E
1.9,.946 3 4
2,F6-7.314; 6
510.133 0 6
1218,750 0 ,C
742.470 13 3
"73.'t1 9 3
'3:779 8 2


- T I --


1 r r


;-- --












Derliptiu. of. Stock.


Brought forward

East Afrwc High .% 166/6
Commission j 1
S3% 1968/70 ..
4 % 1968/71
S4% 1! ti64/69
Ex.thequer Stock 24% 1963/64
S 3 % 1962/3
Exchequer 5j% 1966
Federated Malay States 3% 1960/70 ..
Federation ot Malaya 3 % 1'74/76 ..
Funding Loan 2)% 1956/61
Funding Stoc 3 % 196668 ..
Gold Coas 3 0/ 1963 ...
4f% 1960/70 ...
Gr-eenock Corp. 5.% M.L. 15.5.2 ...
Hayes & Hirliingin I.D.C. 5 %
Mo'tgaet Loan repayhable 31. .'2.2".
liiaddersfiel Corp. 1; % I J8/63 ...
Hull Crip. 3j% 158/63 ..
: ; % /o 60170 ..
llkeston Corp. 3,/% Ii59/64
Kenya 2j% 9t5/70 ...
2t% 1971/76
3. 3j% 1973/78 ...
4j% 1961/71.
,4% 1971/78
Lanarkshire C..M.LoanI 5%
repayable 15..6-1
Mauritius 3 1957/62 ...
,, % i:' /i;; ...
New Zealand 3 % i9/68..
S 3 % 1973/77 ...
3% 1962/65
34 % LJ63/66
3 % 1960/64 .
5 % 1956/71
S % :76 0 ...
Nigeria I3 % 1975/77
.. 3i% 1964/66 ...
S4 % 1963 ...
Northern Ire ~and Loatns Stock 3:M
1968/70.
Northern.R.lnitodia % 1963/65 ...
.... 1i 970/75 ...
,, ,, 4 % 1965770
Paleitine GMd. 3 % 1962/67
Portamqu Cnrp. 3j% 1972/82 ...
Savings i endta 3 19565 ...5
S3 % 196575 ...
irr-,'i, Lmne / 1958/(;3
rou ri Africa 3 % 19,54/61- .
,, 3I % 1953/73 ...
o..u b:,mptv!oi, C.',or :' ' 959 1/.4 ...
S<,ui -.i. Rhd,' f:. .1,. 19,;/i'6..
Swawsea (:or-. 3 % 1955/65
Tuaagnvik;t ,4% 19i7/72
TreaPury, .tnda 5W.% 1962
UJganda :;% 196l6/i9


TOTAL


Normipal Value.


s. d.


145,617 2 1
53,831 2 1
134,535 16 5
100,000 0 0
11,086 14 11
125,000 0 0
1,365.616 11 0
30,964 19 6
166,048 6 11
2,388.210 i 8
1,568,772 7 8
2,188 16 6
1,879 10 5
100,000 0 0
50,000 0 0
10,000 U 0
6,459 13 4
9.,162 15 4
4,993 10 8
135,382 9 2
2,429 10 9
170,488 0 1
10,264 17 11
275.184 4 7

::00).000 0 0
5,10(0 0 0
70,(;49 15 4
17,485 6 9
24,471 13 10
19,348 '11 3
735 12 11
30,843 1 7
16,0001 0 0
75.000 0 0
31.348 3 7
50.000 0 0
40,331 19 9

4,925 13 1
6.813 12 5
12.670 7 11
338,238 0 10
20),000 0 0
6,253 2 10
1,624 14 8
666,835 10 10
140,289 12 J1
816 7 10
6.000 0 0
9,000 0 0
12.306 14 2
n6.740 0
3,957 17 0
178,054 15 8
725.000 0 0
335,944 15 9


18.392,448 17 2


Price paid.


s. d.


144,023 11 0
48,038 0 1
128.789 12 8
19,500 0
9,479 3 4
119,934 3 ?
1.402,359 17 6
27,089 16 0
[40,437 0 4
2,201,935 18 5
1,328,741 12 11
2,134 2 1
2.01.5 15 9
100.100 0 0
50,050 0 0
10,137 10 U
6,483 17 10
8,910 15 10
5,030 19 8
115,582 15 5
2.150 2 10
166,225 16 1
11,034 15 3
274,308 6 2

300,300 0 0
4,950 0 0
68,955 4 9
16,479 18 7
21,840 i9 9
18.748 10 5
715 8 4
31,170 15 9
.17,320 0 0
75,210 18 9
27,821 10 2
48.625 6 2
43,003 19 8

4.771 14 7
6,541 1 6
12,607 0 11
333,587 5 5
200,000 0 0
5,831 1 1
1,539 8 8
612,272 3 11
130,590 10 10
809 5 0
5.:;70 0 0
8,685 '0 0
11,660 12 1
6.731 11 6
3,715 8 8
174.568 16 1
7i .JL U71 U


i 1 i I 0U ) U
298,439 3 10 .


MTiaet Value at
31st December, 1960


B. id.


104,116 4 7
35,797 13 8
92,157 0 9
72,50;0 00
10,255 4 10
119,375 0 0
1,372,444 12 8
24,307 10 1
117,064 1 8
2,3nx.210 6 8
1,278,549 9 10
2,03-, 12 2
1,550 12 1
100,734 7 6
51.468 15 0'
9,350 00
6,104 7 8
7,421 16 10
4,619 0 4
79,198 14 9
1,226 18 4
87,801 ; 5
7,236 15 0
171,990 2.10

302,2b0 0 0
4,750 0 0
50,085 11 8
14,163 2 6
16,640 15 0
17,413 14 1
632 13 2
28.992 9 11
14,720 0 0
75,750 0 0
18,652 3 4
40,750 0 0
37,307 1 9


3,965 3 0
5,723 8 10
11,023 4 11
221,545 18 4
1.51,000 0 0
5,221 7 6
1.121 1 4
603,486 3 4
100,307 1 4
747 0 0
5,190 0 0
6,255 0 0,
11,383 14- 1
5.560 10 0
3,482 18 2
118,406 8 7
728,625 0 '0
230,122 3 7


17,521,232 13 6 16,586,698 8 10


_


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Description of Stock.


Debentures in respect of Loans to
Governments of Territories pai -
ticipating in Currency Agretment
held at Headquarters of the Board

Govt. of Antigua 64 % 1975180 ...
Govt. of Barbados 51% 1969/74
Govi. of lriiish Guiana 5j% 1969/79
Govt. of Gren;da 64 % 1976/81
Govt. of Trinidad & Tobago 6A%
1976181 ...

TOTAL

Cash in deposit in Crown Agents
Jninit Cosolidat-.i F nd ...
Cash on leposi in Crown Agents
J,iint Coasoli late I Fund Ir ins-
ferred from Income A/c at 31st
December, 1960 (Annual contri-
bution Article 4 (2) (c) of
Currency Agreenipnt)

TOTAL ...

Value of St-criti.s & Cash h-Ild mo
behalf of the Fund :it 31 t
December, 1960 ...

Conversion at the rate of 4/2
to $1.00


Nominal Value.


s. II.





73,062 10 0
284.864 11 8
510,208 6 8
20,833 6 8

1,162,500 0 0

2.051,468 15 0


2,049.066 12 9


on0 270 Q


Price Paid.


s. ii.





71,601 5 0
279,167 5 10
500,004 3 4
20,833 6 8

1,162,500 0 0

2.034.106 0 10


2,049,066 12 9


0ArC Q70 C Q


Market Value at
31st December, 1960.,

s. d.





73,062 10 0
248,864 11 8
510,208 6 8
20.833 6 8

1,162.500 0 0

2,051.468 15 0


2,049,066 12 9


0')Ci i7.) c ai


-UU,U'. i U 7 UU I U &V'U,0 1 U *7

2,255,938 19 6 2,255.938 19 6 2,255,938 19 6



22,699,856 11 8 21,811,277 13 10 20,694,106 3 4


. 108,599,311.60 $104,694.132.92 $100,291.709.60


Tle normal value of loans to Governments of 'r,rritories participating
in tli- Clrrency Agreement is shown ;s the market value.


HEADQUARTERS,
BBITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY HOARE
TR[NIDAD,
4th April, 1961.


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner
British ('aribbhe zn Currency Board.




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