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Publication Date: October 10, 1961
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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319


SAINT VINCENT-


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


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VoL. 94.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 OCTOBER, 1961.


[No. 50.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 280.
HURRICANE NOTICE.
It is hereby notified for general information that in the event of a hurricane
threatening or approaching the Island, the following warnings will be given:-


CAUTIONARY
KINGSTOWN (1) A red flag with a black rec-'
tangular centre will be flown
on Police Headquarters.

(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
(3) Three saluting guns will be
fired.
RURAL AREAS (1) A red flag with a black rec-
tangular centre will be flown
from Police Stations.
(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
18th July, 1961.
(421.)


TAKE COVER
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres one
above the other will be
flown on Police Headquar-
ters.
(2) Church Bells will ring for
5 minutes.
(3) The Siren will blow for 5
minutes.
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres will be
flown from Police Stations.
(2) Church Bells will ring for
5 minutes.


No. 336.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.

It is notified for general information that there will be a Meeting of the
Legislative Council, at the Council Chamber, Kingstown, on Thursday, 12th
October, 1961, at 10.00 a.m.
The Order of this meeting is published with this issue of the Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the General Public.
10th October, 1961.
(L.O. 1).




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320 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 OCTOBER, 1961.-(No. 50.)


No. 337.


APPOINTMENTS.


His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the appoint-
ment of the following persons as Assis-
tant Draughtsmen, Lands and Surveys
Department, on one year's probation:-
Mr. MARCUS A. CREESE with effect
from 1st March, 1961.
Mr. JOHN A. LEWIS with effect from
2nd October, 1961.
10th October, 1961.
(P.Fs. 1179: 1267).

No. 338.
MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE, LEWIS
PUNNETT HOME FOR THE AGED POOR.

In accordance with clause 4 of the
Third Schedule to the Lewis Punnett
Endowment Ordinance (No. 5 of 1954)
the following persons have been appoint-
ed to serve as members of the Manage-
ment Committee for the Lewis Punnett
Home for the Aged Poor:
Senator E. A. C. HUGHES, M.B.E.
Mrs. E. A. C. HUGHES.
Other members of the Committee are:
The Senior Medical Officer
R. T. SAMUEL, Esq.
Senator H. A. DAVIS, O.B.E.
Mrs. W. A. HADLEY
Mrs. JAMES PUNNETT
Dr. H. B. HETHERINGTON
The Public Assistance Officer.
10th October, 1961.
(8.y. 541).

No. 339.
CADET CORPS,
ST. VINCENT GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

RESIGNATION.

Mr. ORDE M. COOMBs, Second Lieu-
tenant, with effect from 20th August,
1961.
10th October, 1961.

No. 340.
CADET CORPS.
ST. VINCENT GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

APPOINTMENTS.

The following persons have been ap-
pointed as Second Lieutenants with
effect from 5th October, 1961:-
Mr. LENNOX L. JOHN
Mr. WINSTON A. ROBERTS.
10th October, 1961.
(B 806/35 U).


No. 341.
VACATION LEAVE.

Miss JANET BROWNE, Assistant Mis-
tress (non-graduate), Girls' High
School, has been granted 104 days vaca-
tion leave with effect from 11th Septem-
ber, 1961.
10th October, 1961.
(P.F. 921).

No. 342.
Mr. METFORD SCOTT, Class I Clerk,
Customs and Excise Department, has
been granted 327 days vacation leave
with effect from 3rd October, 1961.
10th October, 1961.
(P.F. 640).

No. 317.
IMPENDING VISIT TO ST. VINCENT
OF VISA OFFICER, UNITED STATES
MISSION, TRINIDAD.

It is notified for general information
that Mr. ALBERT N. DEMOTT, Vice-
Consul in the United States Mission,
Trinidad, accompanied by an assistant,
will arrive in St. Vincent on Thursday,
19th October, 1961, at 12.05 p.m.
Mr. DeMott will be available to the
public at the Court House, Kingstown,
from 2.30 p.m.-5.00 p.m., on Thursday
19th October 1961, and from 8.00 -12
noon, and 2.00 p.m.-5.00 p.m., on Fri-
day, 20th October, 1961, for the purpose
of extending non-immigrant facilities
and other Consular services to this
territory.
26th September, 1961.

No. 324.
VACANT POST.

VACANT POST OF ASSISTANT
DRAUGHTSMAN, LANDS AND SURVEYS
DEPARTMENT, ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons possessing the
Cambridge School Certificate, preferably
with a credit in mathematics, or its
equivalent for the above mentioned pen-
sionable post which carries a salary in
the scale $1,032 X 84-$1,284 X 96-
$1,572.
Further particulars may be obtained
from the Crown Surveyor.
Applications in the applicants' own
handwriting, accompanied by two testi-
monials should be addressed to the
Chief Secretary, Government Oftce, to
reach him not later than 12th October,
1961.
26th September, 1961.
(308.)














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 OCTOBER, 1961.-(No. 50.) 32:


No. 343.
LEGISLATION.

The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 20.-The Judicial and
Legal Service Commission Regun!-
tions, 1961.

S.R. & 0. No. 21.-Proclamation ex-
tending Part V of the Maintenance
Ordinance, 1949, (No. 1 of 1949)
to the Isle of Man.
(See. 105).
l0th October, 1961.

No. 344.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

The Report of the Accountant Gen-
eral for the year 1959 is published with
this issue of the Gazette.
10th October, 1961.

No. 345.
The Central Housing and Planning
Authority Fifth Supplementary Scheme
of the Regional Scheme for Kingstown
and Surroundings is published with this
issue of the Gazette.
By Command,
E. A. BRATHWAITE.
Chief Secretary
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
10th October, 1961.


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER
NOTICES.

EDUCATION NOTICES.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL NOTICE.

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION.

An examination for entrance to the
Grammar School next year will be held
at the school on Saturday 21st October,
1961.
Candidates should arrive for registra-
tion at 8.30 a.m. on that day, and
should each present a testimonial from
his present Head Teacher.
Teachers and parents are requested to
submit names and birth certificates not
later than Friday, 13th October, 1961.
Parents are advised not to send boys
under 10 years of age.
Writing and scrap paper, blotting
paper and ink will be provided for the


examination, pupils are asked to bring
their own pens, pencils and rulers.
U. G. CRICK,
Headnmater.
Gr.mmar School,
25th September, 1931.

GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL NOTICE.

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION.

An examination for entrance to the
Girls' High School next year will be
held at the School on Saturday 21st
October, 1931.
Candidates should arrive for registra-
tion at 8.30 a.m. on that day, and should
each present a testimonial from her
present Head Teacher.
Teachers and parents are requested
to submit names and birth certificates
not later than Friday, 13th October.
Parents are advised not to send girls
under 10 years of age.
Writing and scrap paper, blotting
paper and ink will be providPd fo- the
examination, pupils are asked to bring
their own pen;, p'1nci.s and rulers.
B. M. HEDDLE,
Headmistress.
Girls' High School,
18th September, 1961.

GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF ED'JCATI3N
EXAMINATION.

It is hereby notified for the informa-
tion of interested persons that the Gen-
eral Certificate of Education Examina-
tion will be held in St. Vincent in June,
1962.
Before applicants will be accepted as
candidates for this examination, they
must be certified by the Education
Officer as fit to take it. For such pur-
pose, the Education Officer will require
evidence that the applicant has been
pursuing a suitable course of study.
Candidates may offer from one to ten
subjects at the Ordinary level, and/or
from one to five subjects at the Ad-
vanced Level. They will be eligible for
a Certificate in respect of the subjects
in which they pass.
The following are the fees payable-
(i) An initial entry fee of four
dollars and eighty cents.
(ii) An examination fee of two
dollars and forty cents per sub-
ject at Ordinary Level, and six
dollars per subject at Advanced
Level.














322 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 OCTOBER, 1961.-(No. 50.)

(iii) A. fee of four dollar. per person tion some practical experience. They
to cover the cost of transporta- must also be in good health and will be
tion of scripts to London by air. required to undergo a medical examin-
Candidates should submit to the Local action.
Correspondent not later than the 31st 4. Value of Scholarships:
January 1962, a statement giving their The value of the Scholarship in-
full names and the subjects offered for eludes:
the examination, their Birth Certificate, (a) tuition fees at the Institute.
and the Treasury reeipt for the fees (b) return passage, tourist class by
stated above, plane to Eindhoven, Holland.
Further partirulars can be obtained (e) living allowance at the rate of
from the Iocal Correspondent. 325 Dutch guilders (32 approx.
S. C. CONNELL, each month).
Local Correspondent. 5. Method of Application:
Applications for this Scholarship
Kingstown, must be made in triplicate on the pre-
5th October, 1961. scribed forms obtainable from Education
Department, Kingstown, and completed
SCHOLARSHIP IN ELECTRONIC application forms and supporting docu-
TECHNOLOGY AT THE PHILIPS ments must be submitted through the
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF Education Officer, Kingstown, St. Vin-
TECHNOLOGICAL STUDIE---1962/63. cent by the 31st October, 1961, so that
nominations might reach the Federal
The Federal Government of The Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs
West Indies is inviting applications for not later than 30th November, 1961.
a scholarship offered by the Management
of the Philips Works, Eindhoven, J. J. ANTROBUS,
Holland to enable a suitably qualified Acting Education Oficer.
West Indian to pursue at the Philips 26th September, 1961.
International Institute of Technolo-
gical Studies, Holland, during the 1962/
63 academic year, a course of study in NOTICES.
any branch of Science or Technology
which comes within the ambit of Philips FOREIGN COMPENSATION (EGYPT)
activities. (DETERMINATION AND REGISTRATION
2. Fields of Study and Duration of OF CLAIMS).
Scholarship: With reference to vol. 94 of the Gov-
The Scholarship will be tenable for a ernment Gazette dated the 28th March
study term of one year mainly in sub- 1961 Notice No. 94, it is hereby notified
jects under the general heading of Elec- for general information that according
tronics which will include such sub- to a despatch from the Secretary of
jects as radio, television, telecommuni- State for the Colonies Circular 900/61
cations, measurement and control equip- dated 21st September 1961 no further
ment and their industrial applications. Egyptianisation claims may b? received
However, other subjects such as light after the 31st October, 1961.
and lighting, X-rays, electron micros-
copy, welding materials and techniques, I All persons having such claims are
and some branches of applied chemistry hereby warned that representation must
will also be possibilities. be made to the Custodian of Enemy
Property, Registry Department, St. Vin-
The study will, as much as possible, cent. before the 31st day of October,
be supported by all facilities that can 1961.
be provided by a close collaboration with
th Philips laboratories and factories H. M. SQIRES,
ani1 will include: Custodian of Enemy Property.
(a) private theoretical and experi- SAINT VINCENT
mental studies in the Institute.
(b) attendance to lectures given in By authority of the Registration of
the Institute. United Kingdom Patents Ordinance
(c) a work period in one or more of Chapter 156 of the Revised Laws of
the research or factory labora- Saint Vincent, 1926).
stories.
3. Eligibility: i (Gazetted 10th October, 1961).
Candidates should not be more than -
35 years old, and should possess a degree NOTICE is hereby given that an ap-
equivalent to the M.A. (U.S.A.) or the plication was on the 27th day of Septem-
B.Sc. (U.K.) and must have in addi- ber, 1961, made by Imperial Chemical













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 OCTOBER, 1961.-(No. 50.) 323


Industries Limited of Imperial Chemical
House, Millbank, London, S.W.1.,
England, for a patent entitled New
Herbicidal Compositions.
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 Patents Ordinance (Chapter
155) for opposition to the grant of
Letters Patent.

H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar of Patents.

Patent Office,
Saint Vincent.
3rd October, 1961.



ELECTION NOTICE.

BEQUIA DISTRICT COUNCIL.

Notice is hereby given that in accord-
ance with S.R. & O. No. 48 of 1957 of the
Bequia District Council (Election of
Members) By-Laws, the four Presiding
Officers will be in attendance at their
respective Polling Stations in the four
Wards of the island of Bequia on Mon-
day 13th November, 1961, from 10.00
a.m. to 2.00 p.m. to receive nominations
for the Election of four members to
serve on the Bequia District Council
for the term commencing 1st January,
1962, and ending 31st December, 1963.
2. The retiring Members Messrs.
Cyprian John-Ward 1, Claude Peters
-Ward 2, Dawson Wallace-Ward 3,
and Cyril Mitchell-Ward 4 are eligible
for re-election.
3. Should a Poll be required it will
be taken at the four Polling Stations in
the Wards on Monday 27th November,
1961, from 9.00 a.m. to 12 noon and
from 1.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
4. The location of Polling Stations in
the various Wards and the Presiding
Officers are as follows:-
Ward 1-Town Hall, Port Eliza-
beth-Mr. Conrad Francis.
Ward 2-Mr. Edrick Harris' Resi-
dence, Hamilton-Mr.
Ormond Williams.
Ward 3-Mr. Rudolph Phillips'
Residence, Belmont-
Mrs. Odelia Lewis.
Ward 4-The Library Building,
Paget Farm-Mr. Claude
Hazell.


5. The Roll of Electors has been
revised and can be seen at the Warden's
Office, Port Elizabeth, Bequia.
S. SIMMONS,
Clerk and Returning Officer.
10th October, 1961.


SAINT VINCENT.

CENTRAL HOUSING & PLANNING
AUTHORITY

RESOLUTION GIVING NOTICE OF
A DECISION TO PREPARE A
FIFTH SUPPLEMENTARY
SCHEME OF THE REGIONAL
SCHEME FOR KINGSTOWN
AND ITS SURROUNDINGS.

SECTION 10 OF THE TOWN AND
COUNTRY PLANNING ORDINANCE NO. 2
OF 1946.

The following RESOLUTION which
was passed by the Authority on the
25th September, 1961 is published for
general information.
RESOLUTION
BE IT RESOLVED AND IT Is HEREBY
RESOLVED that the CENTRAL HOUSING
AND PLANNING AUTHORITY has this
25th day of September, 1961, decided
to dezone under the provision of Section
10 of the TOWN AND COUNTRY
PLANNING ORDINANCE NO. 2 of
1946, for the purpose of erecting a Gaso-
lene Service Station on
That parcel of LAND lying in the
PARISH OF ST. GEORGE and
bounded on the North by the property
of Mr. S. N. Ballantyne on the East
by Pauls Avenue on the South by
Grenville Street and on the West by
the property of Mrs. Helen M.
Cropper.
A PLAN of the portion of land
bearing No. P1, can be seen at the
OFFICE OF THE CENTRAL HOUSING AND
PLANNING AUTHORITY.
B. R. NERHALL,
Secretary & Ezecutive Oficer
Central Housing & Planning
Authority.


NOTION.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that a regular supply of fresh
fish can now be obtained ex Cold Storage
adjoining the Vegetable market or
through the Kingstown Fish Market.
HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.













24 SAINT VINcENT, TUESDAY, 10 OCTOBER, 1961.-(No. 50.)



Treasury Notices.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX OFFICE.

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 49 of the "Land
and House Tax Ordinance", Chapter 194, as amended by Ordinance No. 12 of
1954, the undermentioned property which was sold for arrears of taxes on 19th
August, 1961, will vest absolutely in the purchaser's name, unless the Owner or
any person or persons having an interest in the property sold pay into the
Treasury the said Purchase Price plus Ten per centum thereof before the
expiration of three (3) months from date of sale.


Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent.
11th September, 1961.


MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.


Name of Owner Situation of Description of Amount
or Occupier. Property. Property. Sold for. Date.


Bute, Moses Lower Lowmans 1 Spot $10.25 19.8.61.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX OFFICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become de-
faulters under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance", their properties having
been levied upon will be offered for sale at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday 21st October,
1961, at the Inland Revenue Department, Kingstown for the recovery of Taxes
due.


Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent,
29th September, 1961.


MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.


Name of Owner Situation of Description of
or Occupier. Property. Property.


Ackie, Charles Campbell
Alexander, Nathaniel Hrs Ashton North
Alexander, Evelyn Ashton
Alexander, Mary A. Clifton
Alexander, Moore Garden Field
Cox, Gilbert Miss Irene
Cudjoe, Lucina Belmont
Cuvilay, Ashton Ashton
Cuvilay, Rosanna Ashton
Dallas, Dona Clifton
Dallas, Herbert Garden Field
DeRoche, Eleanor Miss Irene
Douglas, Aaron Ashton
Douglas, Isaint Clifton
Douglas, Simmons Miss Toast
Douglas, William Solomon Ashton
Emmons, Elizabeth Miss Irene
Hutchinson, Charles Hrs Ashton Valley
Hutchinson, Maiy Ashton
Initchinson, Sylvia Ashton
Hutchinspn, Yirua Miss Campbell
James, Moriah B1lndy Bay
Johln, Afin Maria C!ampbell
John, Glastine Miss Irene
John, Elizabeth Miss Irene


ac. 2 rds.
Dwelling House
acs. 0 rd. 21 pls.
acs. 0 rd. 18 pls.
Dwelling House
acs. 3 rds. 3 pls.
acres.
acs. 3 rds. 38 pls.
Spot.
rd. 13 pls.
Spot.
aes. 2 rds. 28 pls.
Dwelling House.
rds.
acs. 1 rd. 37 pls.
acres
acs. 3 rds. 21 pls.
aas, 3 rds. 22 pls.
Dwelling House
Spot
rds.
acs. -1 rd. 22 pls.
ac. 1 rd. 32 pls.
acres
acs. 3 rds. 28 pls.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 OCTOBER, 1961.-(No. 50.) 32



Name of Owner Situation of Description of
or Occupier. Property. Property.


John, Nathaniel
John, Mary M.
Jones, Simeon
Lewis, Lucreta
Louis, Benjamin
Louis, Emelia
McCoy, Nancy
Mulzac, Irvine
Mulzac, Leonard
Noel, Geothal
Perry, Victoria
Pope, Ifiel
Quashie, Martha
Quashie, Icina
Quashie, Jestina
Regis, Cerbert
Roome, Naaman
Roome, Wilfred
Samuel, Christiana
Serubb, Albert Hrs
Serubb, Claudius
Scrubb, Cornelius
Scrubb, Hercules
Scrnbb, James
Scrubb, Jane
Scrubb, Joshua
Scrubb, Matilda
Scrubb, Princess
Scrubb, Sophia
Scrubb, Walter
Selby, Fitzroy
Selby, William
Simmons, Agatha
Simmons, Job
Simon, Mary
Snagg, Medford
Span, Caroline
Stewart, Charles
Taylor, Princess
Thomas, Jeffrey


Queensbury
Clifton
Queensbury
Clifton
Ashton
Point Look Out
Ashton
Ashton
Miss Irene
Miss Irene
Jerome
Miss Murray
Ashton
Miss Toast
Miss Toast
Ashton
Garden Field
Jerome
Ashton
Clifton
Jerome
Richmond
Bloody Bay
Rapid
Miss Irene
Bloody Bay
Jerome
Colin Campbell
Ashton
Colin Campbell
Bloody Bay
Rapid
Belmont
Ashton
Queensbury
Jerome
Ashton
Queensbury
Ashton
Clifton


acs. 0 rd. 14 pls.
rds. 33 pls.
ac. 1 rd. 26 pis.
ac. 3 rds. 39 pie.
ac. 1 rd. 26 pls.
rds.
ac. 3 rds. 12 pis.
ac. 1 rd. 9 pls.
acs. 0 rd. 1 pl.
acs. 1 rd. 9 pie.
acs. 0 rd. 14 pls.
acre
rd.
acre
acre
rd.
acs. 2 rds. 3 pis.
rds.
acs. 3 rds. 23 pls.
acs. 3 rds. 37 pls.
acres
ac. 3 rds. 17 pls.
acres
acre
acs. 0 rd. 35 pis.
acs. 1 rd. 20 pls.
ace. 3 rds. 27 pls.
acs. 2 rds. 3 pis.
ac. 3 rds. 23 pls.
acs. 0 rd. 10 pls.
acs. 2 rds. 28 pls.
acs. 0 rd. 37 pis.
acs. 2 rds. 24 pls.
aes. 3rds. 32 pis.
ac. 1 rd. 26 pls.
rds.
rds. 21 pls.
acres
Dwelling House
ac. 2 rds.


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

It is hereby notified that Land and
House Tax in respect of the current
year will be received without fine at the
Inland Revenue Offices at Georgetown,
Barrouallie and Union Island during the
period 1st November to 31st December,
1961, and at Sandy Bay, Colonarie,
Biabou, Mesopotamia, Layou and
Chateaubelair on the dates listed here-
under:-
Sandy Bay-On Monday 20th Novem-
ber and 18th December.
Colonarie-On Thursday 2nd, 9th,
16th, 23rd, 30th November and 1st,
8th, 15th and 22nd December.


Biabou-On Tuesday 5th, 12th, 19th,
and 26th December.

Mesopotamia-On Friday 3rd, 17th
and 24th November and 8th, 15th
and 22nd December.

Layou-On Monday 6th, 13th and
27th November and Monday 4th,
and Thursday 14th, 28th December.

Chateaubelair-On Friday 3rd, Tues-
day 14th and Friday 24th Novem-
ber, and Tuesday 5th, 12th and 19th
December.


MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.

26th September, 1961.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 OCTOBER, 1961.-(No. 50.)


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE NOTICES.

It is hereby notified that the undermentioned articles which have been in the Customs Suffrance Ware-
house for over one (1) year, and are not worth the duty, shall be forfeited under Section 28 Cap. 183 of
the Laws of St. Vincent.


H. M. Customs,
St. Vincent,
9th September, 1961.

Date
Ware- Ship
housed


3. 58.
6.59.
3. 58.
3. 58.
8. 60.


Daerwood
Betwa
Blue Star
Blue Star
Kirkdale


Consignee


Ceo. A. Forde
.J. H. IIazell
J. II. IHazell
.T. II. !Cazell
C!orea & Co. Ltd.


JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs and Excise.


SECTION I.


Marks & Nos. Quantity & Declared Contents I
Description

P.H.V. 1 ctn. Medicine
P. & Co. St. Lucia 1 ctn. Lux Soap
C.S. 1 ctn. Stout
P.H.V. 2 ctns. Stout
J.A.B. I ctn. Vi-Stout


Remarks

Empty
,I
,,
,,


By Authority of Sectinu 27 Cap. 183 of the Customs Ordinance, the undermentioned goods which
have been in the Customs Warehouse for over one (1) year as at 31st August, 1961 will be sold by Public
Auction on Wednesday 18th October, 1961 at 1.30 p.m. unless duly cleared or re-warehoused.


H. M. Customs,
St. Vincent,
2nd September, 1961.


JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs and Excise.
CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE SECTION I.


Date
Ware- Ship Consignee
housed

7. 1. 59. Dalesman IJohn H. Hazell

22. 6.59. Lady A ngela Corea & Co. Ltd.
29. 7.59. Anabisi Corea & Co. Ltd.
12. 1.60. Brita Thordn Geest Industries


Kirkdale
Helena
Biographer

Kirkdale
Biographer
Helena
Herman Lan-
greda
Herman Lan-
greda
Carib Clipper
Kirkdale
Carib Clipper
Unity O
Unity O


Corea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.
John H. Hazell


Corea &
John H.
Corea &
Corea &


Co. Ltd.
Hazell
Co. Ltd.
Co. Ltd.


Corea & Co. Ltd.

Geo. A. Forde
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Geo. A. Forde
Hadley Bros.
Hadley Bros.


Marks & Nos.

Reqh #5355/1
#7897
Bottlers Ltd.
BB
Rev. Mother
Florence
Hazell
JGB
GAVS

C & C or BB
Corea & Co.
PHV & SH
Maurice R. Tannis

E.D.

N/M
BB
N/M
PHC
PHC


Quantity & Declared Contents
Description


1 C/S

1 Pkg
1 Ctn
3 Pkg

1 Bdl
1 C/s
1 C/S

1 Ctn
1 Coil
1 Ctn
2 C/S'

1 C/S

1 Piece
1 Ctn
1 Only
2 Bales
1 Bdl


Paper

Metal
Note i
Books,


Signs
Books
Maps etc.


Steel Bars
Advt. Matter
Motor Cycle
Spares
Pineaple Juice
Wire
Milk Powder
Refrigerator
Parts
Beef

Steel
Pear Nectar
Tail-Pipe
Bags
Bags


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE SECTION II.
Date
Ware- Ship Consignee Marks & Nos. Quantity & Declared Contents
housed _Deseription

28 11. 59. Antilia O. D. Brisbane N/M 1 only Cupboard
12. 12. 59. Herman Lan- Corea & Co. Ltd. S. N. Ballantyne 1 C/S Advt. Matter
Sgreda
6 1.60. Mandalay B.B. C.F.S. 15 Pails Lard
6. 1.60. Mandalay B.B. C.F.S. 5 Pails Margarine
30 1.60. Kirkdale Corea & Co. Ltd. P.H.V. 3 1 Keg Merchandise
30 1. GO. I Xirkdale Corea & Co. Ltd. C.K.G 7342 1 Ctn Confectionery
30. 1.60. Kirkdale Corea & Co. Ltd. C & Co 7334 1 Ctn ,,


3. I6.
5. 60. i
5. 60.

5.60.
5. 60.
5. 60.
6. 60.

6. 60.

6. 60.
6. 60.
6. 60.
8. 60.
8. 60.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 OCTOBER, 1961.-(No. 50.)


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE SECTION II. (Contd.)


Ship


Carib Clipper
Hydra
Sculptor
Lady Angela
Crib Clipper
Carib Clipper
Herman Lan-
greda
Orestes
Hecuba
Herman Lan-
greda
Administrator
Zinnia


Order
Corea
J. H.
Cores
J. H.
J. H.
Corea

Corea
Corea
Corea


Consignee



& Co. Ltd.
Hazell
& Co. Ltd.
IIazell
Hazell
& Co. Ltd.

& Co. Ltd.
& Co. Ltd.
& Co. Ltd.


J. H. Hazell
George A. Forde


Marks & Nos. Quantity &
Description


Dear B'dos 06178
Federal Trading
S.F.C. 21019
E.B
Hazell (Allen)
Hazell (Me D.B)
U.T.Ltd

R.N.E
A.R.D. Federal
W.T.A

C.H.SV 12/1
Bata


Declared Contents


1 C/S Merchandise
100 Ctns Beer
1 Ctn Merchandise
1 Tin Biscuits
1 Ctn Apparel
1 Ctn Merchandise
1 Ctn Paints

50 Only Beds
1 Ctn Advt. Material
2 Ctns Toilet Paper

1 C/s Merchandise
1 Pkg Advt. Material


CUSTOMS BAGGAGE ROOM.


Consignee


John H. Hazell


Marks & Nos. Nos. & Description
of PKG

Hadaway Stores 1 pkg Rayon Swatches
228728
Barclays Bank 1 pkg Cycle Spare Parts
D.C.O. 031156
Electricity Services 1 Double Lever
2815489
W. J Abbott 1 pkg Liquid Asphalt
2928591
Fred J. Dare 3 pkgs Zipper Cases
090172
United Traders 1 pkg Printed Matter
Ltd. 23'975
Fitzroy Roberts 1 pkg Sandals
235776
Ethel Bradshaw 1 Fruit Cake


KINGSTOWN SPIRIT WAREHOUSE.
Date I
Ware- Name of Ship Consignee Marks Quantity Description
housed______

29. 6.60. S.S. Sculptor J. H. Hazell U.T.L. 1 Ctn Whisky
(3 Bots)

LIST OF ARTICLES AT CUSTOMS FOR OVER (1) YEAR AS AT 31ST AUGUST, 1961.

Marks & Nos. Quantity & Description Declared Contents


N/M 1 Only Atlas Tyre
N/M 1 Only Jute Matting
Felix Cabral #39 1 C/S Ferrol Compound
ASB & LTD 1 Ctn. Advt. Matter
ASB & LTD #7, 21 2 C/s iAdvt. Matter
C&Co 488945 1 C/S M/Car Parts
C/o Shell #4,3 2 C/S Shell Products
N/M 1 Piece Motor Car Parts
C&Co #1 1 Crate Soap Holders
Bulk Ins. Supervisor, C/o Corea 1 C/S Contg 1-5 Tin Lub Grease
CC 1 C/s Advt. Matter
N/M 1 Bdl of 3 Coal Pots


Date
Ware-
housed

6. 1.60.
10 3.60.
9. 4.60.
7. 5.60.
14. 5.60.
14. 5.60.
4. 6.61.

2 7.60.
29. 7.60.
6 8.60.

20. 8.60.
18 9.59.


Conveyance


L.I.A.T.


Date
Ware-
housed

9. 4.60.

12. 4.6(.

30. 4.60.

20. 6.60.

2. 7.60.

16. 7.60.

23. 7.60.

29. 8.60.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 OCTOBER, 1961.-(No. 50.)


LIST OF ARTICLES FOR OVER 1 YEAR-(Contd.)


Marks & Nos.


Quantity & Description


Declared Contents


N/M
Barclays Bank D.C.O. Bruce O. B.
Bonadie
B. Bros
Reqn #4854 #6969
ARCO Trinidad
N.W.
UT LTD c1027
PHV & Co #1
N/M
Enos Francois
RP Ltd.
GWF
N/M
GM
UTL
GL
AF
N/M
BH
CF HVS
ES
BAH
PHV
PHV
GAV
C&Co
Corea
Corea
C&B PHV
JHH
N/M
JHH
VB & S
WEBB
N/M
G
UTL
C & Co Ltd
GAVS
Cosmus
EAB
GWF & Sons
N/M
Corea
N/M
VB&S
GF
PHV
HL
N/M
RP
C&Co BH 138
HH
C&Co
PICO
N/M
N/M
N/M
N/M
OAG Agric.
St. Vincent
A. Saunders for T. A. Browne
OHMS
J. T. Johnson


1 Only
1 C/S

1 Ctn.
1 C/S
1 Bale
3 Ctns
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
2 Ctns
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
2 Pkgs
3 Ctns.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 C/s
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
2 Ctns
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 C/s
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
2 Ctns
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
2 Ctns
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
2 C/s
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Bdl
2 Bdls
1 Steel
2 Tins
1 Bag
1 Ctn.
1 C/S
1 C/S
1 C/S


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Michelin Tubes
Mello Kreem
Thermogene
Mello Kreem
Icing Sugar
Exeter Beef
Pear Nectar
Bull Dog Stout
Libbys Tomato Ketchup
Monarch Pineapple Juice
Cod Liver Oil Capsules
Glow Spread
Mello Kreemn
Welch Juice
Gift Sets (Glass)
Drinking Glasses
Pure Malt Vinegar
Heinz Products
Khruschen Salts
Tide
Golden Ray Margarine
Stout
Glassware
Lard
Carnation Milk
Pear Np'tar
Dairy King Milk
E. D. Smith Juice
Johnson Baby Powder
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Stout
Mortar Plasticine
Medicine Botts.
Periia-Lastic
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS, ''.

1961, No. 20. \

WINDWARD ISLANDS AND LEEWARD ISLANDS COURSES .- -.Q
ORDER IN COUNCIL, 1959...
THE WEST INDIES

THE JUDICIAL AND LEGA:J SERVICE COMMISSION
REGULATIONS, 1961.

(Gazetted 10th (:O tober, 9L6l.

ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS.


Regulation.
1. Short title and commencement.
2. Interpretation.
3. Oath of office.
4. Procedure and meetings.
5. Decisions other than at a meeting.
6. Record of meetings and dc -isions.
7. Consultations with other p, rsons.
8. Principles of selection.
9. Representations to the Commission
10. Delegation of functions.
SCHEDULE.


on certain matters.


His Excellency the Acting Governor-'Jeneral on the recom-
mendation of the Judicial and Legal Ser ice Commission estab-
lished by the Windward Islands and Lee.;ard Islands (Courts)
Order in Council, 1959, under section 27 (2) of the said Order
in Council and all other powers him ther'ounto enabling hereby
makes the following regulations:-
1. (1) These Regulations may be cited as the Judicial
and Legal Service Commission Regulationis, 1961.
(2) These Regulations shall come into operation on the
1st day of Septembdr, 1961.


Short title and
commencement.


4 8 $. 7 Q'S
5
5'--p I








Interpretation.




















Oath of office.





Procedure and
meetings.


Decisions other
than at a
meeting.


2. In these Regulations unless the context otherwise re-
quires:-
"the Commission" means the Judicial and Legal Service
Commission established by section 26 of the Order;
"Member" means member of the Commission;
"tlhe Order" means the Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands (Courts) Order in Council, 1959;
"public office" means any office of emolument in the public
service;
"public officer" means the holder of any public office and
includes any person appointed to act in any such office;
"the public service" means the service of the Crown in a
civil capacity in respect of the government of any of
the Colonies to which the Order applies;
"regulation" meins one of these Regulations;
"the Supreme Court" means the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and Leeward Islands established
by section 3 (if the Order.

3. The Chairmani and other members shall on appointment
take an oath or make ;n affirmation before the Governor-General
or the Officer admini. ering the Government in any ond of the
Colonies to which the orderr applies in the Form in the Schedule
to these Regulations.

4. (1) The Con mission shall meet as often as may be
necessary for the pur lose of performing its functions and such
meetings shall be hel at such places and at such times as the
Chairman shall determine.
(2) The Chairman if present shall preside at meetings
of the Commission and in the absence of the Chairman from any
meeting the members present shall elect one of their members to
preside at that meeting.
(3) All decisions at a meeting of the Commission shall
be by a majority of the votes of the members present and voting.
(4) The Chairman shall have an original vote, and in
the event of an equality of votes he shall have as well a casting
vote.

5. Notwithstanding the provisions of regulation 4, de-
cisions may also be made by the Commission without a meeting
upon circulation of the relevant papers among the members;
but if, on circulation of the papers relating to any matter or
question, a difference of opinion arises among the members, or
any member so requires, the matter or question shall be reserved
for discussion at a meeting.








6. (1) Minutes of all meetings of the Commission and of all
decisions arrived at under regulation 5 shall be duly confirmed
at a subsequent meeting or by the individual members on circula-
tion of such minutes, and shall as soon as practicable thereafter
be forwarded to the Governor-General.
(2) Matters in the minutes which affect any Colony to
which the Order applies shall be forwarded to the Administrator
of such Colony on the direction of the Chairman.
(3) Any member who dissents from any decision may
require that his dissent and reasons for dissenting be recorded
in the minutes.

7. The Commission iln considering any matter or question
may consult with any such public officer or other person as the
Commission may consider it proper and desirable so to do and
may request any public officer to attend and give evidence on
oath before it and to produce any official documents relating to
such matter or question.

8. (1) For the purpose of making recommendations in re-
lation to appointments to vacancies in any offices the Commission
shall (without prejudice to its right to consider the application
of any person whether or not already in the public service) con-
sider the claims of all public officers eligible for appointment or
promotion may interview candidates for such appointments and
shall in respect of each candidate consider, amongst others, the
following matters-
(a) his qualifications;
(b) his general fitness;
(c) any previous employment of the candidate in
public service (including service in terri.
-tories other than those to which the Order
applies) or in private practice.
(2) The procedure for making a recommendation in re-
lation to an acting appointment shall be the same as for making
a recommendation in relation to a substantive appointment.
Every recommendation by the Commission in relation to an
acting appointment shall state whether or not the public officer
or other person recommended for the acting appointment is in
every way qualified to perform all the duties of the office in which
he is to act.

9. Before advising the Governor-General whether or not
to permit a Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court who has attained
the age of sixty-two years to continue in his office for a further
period, and before exercising any function the Commission may
have of advising or recommending to the Administrator of any
Colony to which the Order applies whether or not a public


Record of
meetings and
decisions.










Consultation
with other
persons.




Principles of
selection.


Representations
to the Commis-
sion on certain
matters.










officer ought to be called upon to retire, the Commission shall
afford such Judge or officer, as the case may be, an opportunity
of submitting to the Commission any representations he may
wish to make on the matter.

10. There is hereby delegated to the Chairman of the
Commission the following functions of the Commission in rela-
tion to each of the Colonies of Dominica, Grenada, Saint Lucia
and Saint Vincent:-
The functions of consulting with the Administrator
in the appointment of persons to act in the office of
principal law officer (by whatever named called) or in
any other office in the public service the power to make
appointments 1o which vests in the Administrator act-
ing after consultation with the Commission, during
any period during which any such office is vacant or
the holder thereof is unable to perform the functions
thereof.


SCHEDULE.


(Regulation 3)


OATH (OR AFFIRMATION) OF OFFICE.

I, having been appointed (to act)
as Chairman/Member of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission, do swear/
solemnly and sincerely declare and affirm that I will freely and without fear,
favour, affection or ill will give my counsel and advice to the Governor-General
of The West Indies and to the Admilistrators of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands in connection with all such matters as may be referred to the
Judicial and Legal Service Commission under the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands (Courts) Order in Council, 1959, and that I will not directly
or indirectly reveal any such matters to any unauthorised person or otherwise
than in the course of duty.
Signature.................................................................... ... . ......... ........


Sworn/Declared before me this


day of


Made this 19th day of August, 1961.
By Command,
M. S. STAVELEY.
Secretary to the Governor-General.

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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1961, No. 21. ,.

(Gazetted 10th October 1961).

BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION. \
(L.S.)

A. F. GILES,
Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 29 of the Maintenance Ordinance, 1949, (No. 1 of
1949) provision is made for the enforcement in this Colony of maintenance
orders made by a court in any British possession or territory under Her Majesty's
protection where the Governor is satisfied that reciprocal provision has been made
by the Legislature of such possession or territory for enforcement of maintenance
orders mar'n, ly 1 ', (Courts of this Colony:
AND WHEREAS it is provided further that the Governor on being so satisfied
may by proclamation extend Part V of the Maintenance Ordinance, 1949, (re-
lating to the reciprocal enforcement of maintenance orders) to any such posses-
sion or territory:
AND WHEREAS I am1 satisfied that the Legislature of the Isle of Man has
made reciprocal provisions for the enforcement within the Isle of Man of
maintenance orders made by the Courts of this Colony:
Now THEREFORE I ALEXANDER FALCONER GILES the Officer for the
time being administering the Government of the Colony of Saint Vincent pur-
suant to the authority vested in iie by section 29 of the Maintenance Ordinance,
1949, (No. 1 of 1949) do hereby extend Part V of the said Ordinance to the
Isle of Ma i.
GIVEN under my hand aind the Public Seal of the Island of Saint Vincent
at the Government Office in the said Island this 6th day of October in
the year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Sixty-one and
in the Tenth year of the Reign of Her Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH
THE SECOND.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
S(ee. 105).

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ACCOUNTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
SAINT VINCENT,
THE WEST INDIES.

7th September, 1961.





The Minister of Finance,
Kingstown.



Sir,

I have the honour to submit, for the information of His Honour the Admin-
istrator and the Legislative Council, the following report on the Accounts of
this territory for the year ended 31st December, 1959.

ESTIMATES .

2. The approved Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure for the year 1959,
passed by the Legislative Council on 30th December, 1958, and by the Governor-
General in his despatch No. 362 of 13th February, 159, showed an anticipated
deficit of $1,364,000 which was to be met by a grant from the United Kingdom
Exchequer and which amount is shown in the Annual Abstract Account (Appen-
dix VI) as having been received.

3. The Appropriation (1959) Ordinance 1958 was enacted as Ordinance
No. 23 of 1958 and the General Warrant was signed by His Honour the Admin-
istrator on 17th March, 1959.

4. The actual out turn at the end of the year was a surplus of $217,586.89
details of which are as follows:-

Ordinary Local Revenue (excluding C.D. & W. Schemes) $3,378,813.53
Grant in Aid received during the year 1,364,000.00

4,742,813.53
Less Ordinary Expenditure (excluding C.D. & W. Schemes) 4,525,226.64

217,586.89


5. The figure of $217,586.89 is $6,498.19 less than the corresponding figure
shown in the Statement of Assets and Liabilities, (Appendix IX) the difference
representing the excess of receipts in respect of Colonial Development and
Welfare Schemes ($1,375,345.15) over expenditure ($1,368,846.96).

6. The total Actual Revenue from all sources during the year was
$6,118,158.68 as against an estimate of $5,984,450.00. Increases and Decreases
are shown as under:-


Increases


Decreases


Import Duties
Excise Duties
Other Duties
Licences
Taxes
Port Dues
Other Dues
Sales of Crown Lands


$112,577.56
22,156.58
54,540.15
10,902.73
169,754.75
7,140.18
9,747.05
2,384.32

$389,203.32


Export Duties
Post Office
Telephones
Rent and Interest
Loans and Advances
C.D. & W. Schemes
Net Increase


Full details of Revenue may be seen at Appendix I to this Report.


$15,840.32
7,532.39
791.35-
31,982.36
128,753.37
70,594.85
133,708.68


$389,203.32
















7. Actual expenditure during the year was $5,894,073.60 as against an esti-
mate of $5,984,450.00--a decrease of $90,376.40. Increases and Decreases are
shown as under:-


Increases


Decreases


Agricult re
Inland Revenue
Labour
Miscellaneous
Pensions
Post Office
Public Works Rj
Net Increase


$144.071.19
5.690.35
749.78
38,831.33
35,713.11
5,041.10
current 28.145.80
90,376.40


1. Governor
2. Legislature
3. Administration
5. Audit
6. C.H. & P.A.
7. Charitable
8. Customs & Excise
9. Education
11. Judicial
13. Lands & Survey
14. Legal
14A Loans & Advances
15. Medical
18. Police
19. Port & Marine
21. Prisons
22. Public Debt
23. Public Library
24. Public Works
26. Public Works Extra-
ordinary
28. Subventions
30. Telephones
31. Treasury
32. C.D. & W. Schemes


$348,619.05


Full details of Expenditure during the
to this Report.


year may be found at Appendix II


8. The General Revenue Balance at the end of the year stood at
$206,984.51 Cr. as compared with $19,506.47 Dr. at the end of 1958, a difference
of $226,490.98 representing the excess of Revenue over Expenditure-($6,118,158.68
-$5,894,073.60) $224,085.08 together with the amount realized after appreciation
of the Investments at 31st December, 1959--$2,405.90.

COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE SCHEMES.

9. Expenditure on Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes during 1959
totalled $1,368,846.96, a decrease of $77,093.04 on the estimated expenditure of
$1,445,940.00 and of $383,803.31 on the corresponding figure for 1958. Detailed
Statements in connection with these schemes are submitted separately.

AssETs AND LIABILITIES.


10. The total assets of the territory as at 31st December,
to $2,374,087.38 as against Liabilities of $2,167,102.87. Details of
Assets are as follows:-


Liabilities


Deposits $1,339,780.70
Colony Reserve Fund 35,322.17
Overdrafts 792,000.00
General Revenue Balance 206,984.51

$2,374,087.38


1959 amounted
Liabilities and


Assets


Advances
Investments
Cash


$1,319,601.39
815,048.91
239,437.08


$2,374,087.38


The Statement of Assets and Liabilities is shown as Appendix IX.


$5,542.93
7,341.44
9,384.28
5,185.00
1,882.73
1,165.06
4,539.36
25,919.42
5,070.29
5,645.18
336.64
51,462.01
71,759.48
7,842.85
6,958.39
4,362.55
22,650.64 .
2,171.80
4,085.77

11,224.89
4,462.42
6,187.51
6,345.38
77,093.04

$348,619.06















PUBLIC DEBT.

11. As at 31st December, 1959, the Public Debt was $500,739.10 as against
$668,512.76 one year previously, the difference of $167,763.66i representing repay-
ments during the year, less an amount of $144,000 owing on a new loan for the
purchase of the Arnos Vale Estate for Airfield Development. The position at
31st December. 1959 is shown as under:-

Balance as at 31st December, 1358 $668,512.76
Repayment in respect of Hydro-Electric
Loan. 1949 $7,500.00
Repayment Water Supply Loan 1949 7,500.00
Repayment Land Settlement Canouan 454.92
Repayment Union Estate Bequia 246.10
Repayment Graham Bequest Loan 757.64
Repayment of loan for Electric Light 127,850.46
Repayment of loan for Elec. Gen. Unit 17,454.54
Repayment of loan to Banana Association 150,000.00

311,763.63
Less Loan for Arnos Vale 144,000.00 $167,763.66

$500,739.10


The Accumulated Fund for Redemption of this debt stood at $73,503.14 as
against $258,302.80 one year previously-the difference of $184,799.66 being. ac-
counted for as follows:-

Withdrawals from Hydro Electric Loan $3.209.22
Withdrawals from Water Supply Loan 3.209.44
Deposits withdrawn for Electric Light and Telephones 1S7.657.72
Deposits withdrawn for Electricity Unit Loan 16,991.30

161,067.68
Deposits made during the year 1,580.86

159,486.82
Add Subscription to Fund for redemption of Kingstown
Market Loan 25,312.84
(not shown on the Statement)

$184,799.66


The Public Debt per head of population estimated at 80,000 in 1959 was $6.26
as against $8.35 one year previously. This does not include Advances in antici-
pation of Loans totalling $929,196.53 as at 31st December, 1959 (see appendix III
to this Report) which If taken into account, will give a per capital Public Debt
figure of $17.89 as against $19.80 at 31st December, 1958.

The following loans were repaid during the year:-

Loan to Banana Growers Association
Loan for Electric Light, Telephones etc.
Loan for Electricity Generating Unit.
Details of the Public Debt are shown as Appendix IV to this Report.

LOANS REPAYABLE TO THE COLONY.

12. The amounts outstanding in respect of Loans repayable to the Terri-
tory as at 31st December, 1959 was $262,879.48 as against the corresponding
figure of $314,815.42 at 31st December, 1958-a difference of $51,935.94.

Details of the Loans outstanding are shown as Appendix V to this Report.

LOAN EXPENDITURE.


13. There was no expenditure from Loan or Renewal Funds during 1959.














APPENDICES.

The following appendices are submitted:-

Appendix I Detailed Statement of Revenue for 1959
II Detailed Statement of Expenditure for 1959
III Advances in anticipation of Loans
IV Statement of Public Debt
V Loans Repayable to the Colony
VI Annual Abstract Account
VII Detailed Statement of General Deposits
VII Detailed Statement of Advances
IX Statement of Assets and Liabilities
X Statement of Investments
XI Statement of Special Funds
XII Statement of Balances (excluding Special Funds)
XIII Savings Bank Accounts
XIV Statement of Abandoned Claims

I have the honour to be,

Sir,

Your obedient Servant,

MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.












APPENDIX I.

DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subheads.


R.1. IMPORT DUTIES


Import Duties
Warehouse Rent
Trade Duty


Total

R.2. EXPORT DUTIES


Arrowroot
Bananas
Copra
Cotton
Sugar
Other Exports


Total

R.3. EXCISE DUTIES
1. Excise Duty on Rum
2. Excise Duty on Sugar

Total

R.4. OTHER DUTIES
1. Estate Duties, etc.
2. Stamp Duties

Total



R.5. LICENCES


R.6. TAX


Cocoa, Cotton, etc. Dealers ....
General _i
Insurance Companies
Liquor .
Radios
Motor Vehicle and Drivers
Stills

Total -


ES

Entertainment Tax
Income Tax
Land and House Tax .
Package Tax -1


Total

R.7. PORT DUES
1. Landing Dues, Aircraft -
2. Port Dues
3. Tonnage Dues

Total


R.8. OTHER FEES
Administration:
1. Private Work-Printery
2. Sale of Gazette and other
Publications


Original
Estimate
$


1,350,000
19,000
11,000


1,380,000


Actual
Revenue
$ e


1,445,878.23
29,872.03
16,827.30


Over the
Estimate
$ 0


95,878.23
10,272.03
5,827.30


1,492,577.55 112,577.56


S 40,000 49,139.43 9,189.45
S 125,000 94,168.44
56.000 65,007.53 9,007.58
-i 14,000 23,085.55 9,085.55
... 11,000 11,127.90 127.90
44,000 31,562.75

-. 290,000 274,159.68 27,410.49


.. 250,000 272,874.75 22,874.76
'-I 5,500 4,731.82

-- 253,500 277,656.58 22,874.76
i I

40,000 95,018.2 55,618.26
45,000 44,521.39

.- 85,000 139,54; .i5 55,018.26


300
9,500
1,200
13.500
1,400
34,000
100

60,000




500
450,000
40,000
22,000


519.60
7,752.67
634.00
14,331.30
2,685.40
44,979.26


70,902.73




486.50
615,450.97
40,298.41
26,018.87


219.60


831.80
1,285.40
10,979.20


13,316.06





165,450.97
298.41
4,018.87


Under the
Estimate
$


30,813.16



12,437.25

43,250.81



718.18

718.18


Remarks


Increase
$112,577.56









Net Decrease
$15,840.32




Net Increase
$22,156.58


478.11
471- Net Increase
478.11 $54,540.15






1,747.33
566.00



100.00
------- Net Increase
2,413.33 $10,902.13




13.50



ij


512,500 682,254.75 169,768.25 13.50


10 341.60 331.60
4,990 6,241.80 1,251.80
27,000 32,556.78 5,556.78

32,000 39,140.18 7,140.18


1,000

750


Fwd. 1.750


1,162.81

764.87



1f_'7 RR


162.81

14.87



17'7 An


Net Increase
$169,754.75





Increase
$7,140.18


12 68_ _.


-----------


I -


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I


- --I 1













DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subheads.


R.8. OTHER FEES (Contd.) Fwd .....

Agricultural Department :
3. Services to Cotton Ginnery _
4. Services to L.S. and D. Board
5. Sale of Plants
6. Stud Fees-Districts
7. Sale of Insecticides
8. Sundry Receipts _.


Customs and Excise:
9. Fees for visits to Private
Warehouses
10. Personal Fees Revenue Offi-
cers
11. Sales and Seizures


Education Department:
12. Fees for Examinations
13. Fees for Handcraft Centre ......
14. Grammar School Receipts _
15. Girls' High School Receipts-...
18. Kingstown Preparatory
School Receipts
17. Sale of Text Books
18. Evening Classes Receipts -
19. Sale of Handicraft


Judictai
20. Fees, Registrar Supreme Court
21. Fines and Forfeitures of
Court


Medical & Sanitary Dept.
22. Contribution from Kingstown
Board for Sanitation
23. Dispensary Fees
24. Fees from Student Dispensers
25. Hospital Fees .-
26. Mental Hospital Industries..
27. Sale of Medical Stores
28. Sale of Manure
29. Yellow Fever Vaccinations .._
29a. Sale of Medical Van


Miscellaneous
30. Fees for Recruiting of Work-
ers
31. Sale of Old Stores
32. Sundries
33. Sundry Reimbursements
34. Surplus Income C.A. Accounts
35. Receipts Fairhall Approved
School


Police
36. Contribution from Kingstown
Board for Police Firemen
37. Fees for Inspection of Weights
and Measures
38. Fees Police Band _.
39. Travel Permits

Port and Marine
40. Fees Registrar of Shipping .....



____ Fwd. -


Original
Estimate
$


1,750


2,000
2,000
2,600
1,200
700
100




60

12,500
800



150
20
10,000
10,000

3,300
3,000
500
30



9,000
,! o tnnn


Actual
Revenue
$ 4


1,927.68


2,000.00
2,000.00
2,392.58
1,443.27
695.66
5.60




117.36

14,790.71
2,354.77



S95.52

8,414.92
9,362.88

4,702.75
4,495.45
702.00


7,137.39


Over the
Estimate
$ 0



177.68





243.27






57.36

2,290.71
1,554.77








1,402.75
1,495.45
202.00


Under the
Estimate
$ 4


207.42

4.34
94.40


54.48
20.00
1,585.08
637.12


1,I


30.00



862.61


o,UUU 16,997I.4'7 1,002. 53




2,350 2,348.40 1.60
3,700 3,361.96 338.04
50 28.80 21.20
26,000 28,117.48 2,117.48
10 71.60 61.60
200 44.26 155.74
150 48.00 102.00
1,200 1,363.00 163.00
300.00 300.00




10 10.00
500 170.59 329.41
2,000 2,029.45 29.45
10,000 6,662.70 3,337.30
10 10.00

600 950.33 350.33




200 192.00 8.00

450 438.12 11.88
50 50.00
1,000 1,265.90 206.90


50 52.08 2.08



126,240 127,130.68 10,71383 0,823.15


Remarks












DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subheads.


R.8. OTHER FEES (Contd.) Fwd ...


Prisons
41. Prison Industries
42. Stone Crushing Plant
Quarry


and


Public Library
43. Contribution from Kingstown
Board towards upkeep
Public Library
44. Fines for Books



Public Works Department
45. Contribution from Kingstown
Board towards expenses
Water Supplies
46. Fees for Hire of Motor Rollers
47. Other Receipts
48. Receipts, Machine Shop
49. Sale of Old Trucks etc.
50. Sale of Unallocated Stores ...
51. Water Services, Private
52. Stone Crushing Plant and
Quarries

Surveys.
53. Reimbursements of Cost of
Private Surveys


Treasury Dept.
54. Supply Control
Reimbursement of cost of
operating
55. Savings Bank Reimburse-
ment of cost of operating


Personal fees Govt. Omcers
Contribution to Pension
Scheme
Development Projects South-
ern Grenadines
Sale or Bruccine
Gain on realisation of Invest-
ments of Public Funds .
Pension Contribution F. E.
Williams
Pension Contribution B. E.
Dasent
Electric Current Govt. Officers
Pension Contribution J. M.
Cave


Total


R.9. POST OFFICE
1. Commission
2. Profit on Remittances
3. Miscellaneous
4. Parcel Postage
5. Poundage
6. Rent of Letter Boxes
7. Sale of Postage Stamps
8. Surcharged Postage
9. Receipts from Mail Van
10. Storage fees on Parcels


Original
Estimate
S


126,240


19,000

1,000





600
100






5,000
100
1,000
1,500
1,500
1,500
10,000

10,000



100





3,000

1,500

750


Actual
Revenue
$ 0


127,130.68


16,340.11

1,866.05





600.00
122.83






5,000.00
1,924.67
1,120. J
2,839.09
123.00
3,597.21
7,752.83

5,339.55



37.20





3,000.00

1,500.00

438.42


2,345.08

183.98
35.50

5,956.44

422.40

525.88
21.12

4,414.08

182,890 192,637.05


1,600
3,200
100
2,300
350
1,000
110,000


UU 1 48.19
1,330 910.00
- 209


2,694.27
856.18
77.12
3,107.68
934.76
1,139.00
102,700.41


STotal 120,000 112.467.61


Over the
Estimate
$


10,713.83


866.05






22.83


1,824.67
120.92
1,339.03

2,097.21


















2,345.08

183.98
35.50

5,956.44

422.40

525.88
21.12

4,414.08

30,889.03



1,094.27


807.68
584.76
139.00


Under the
Estimate
$


Remarks


311.58














21,142.03




2,343.82
22.88



7,299.59
51.81
420 .00
20.00


Net Increase
$9,747.05


JNet Decrease
2.625.71 10.158.10 $7,532.39


9,823.15


2,659.89



















1,377.00

2,247.17

4,660.44



62.80













DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Original
Heads and Subheads. Estimate
$


R.10. TELEPHONES
1. Fees f'' Messages ...... 20
2. ., ., REadi Tel. Messages 500
3. Rental Private Telephones ... 9,500
Total 10,020
Total 10,020


R.11 RENT AND INTEREST

1. Rental Young's Island Build-
ings
2. Rental Other Govt. Prcperty
3. Kingstown Town Market
Loan
4. Central Arrowroot Factary ......
5. Government Cotton Ginnery
6. Land Settlement Estates
7. Interest from Agricultural
Credit Societies
8. Sundry Loan
9. 1902. Soufriere Eruption
Fund .....
10. Interest on Investment of
Public Funds

Total

R.12. LOANS AND ADVANCES
REPAYMENTS
1. Town of Chateaubelair ......
2. Town of Calliaqua
3. Agricultural Credit Societies
and Producers Association
4. Loans to Students
5. Loan Repayment Kingstown
Town Board
6. Loans to Fishermen
7. Hurricane Janet Loans
8. Loans to Malvern Snorts Club
9. Loan to Principal-Inter-
mediate School

Total

R.13. SALES AND LEASES OF CROCVN
LANDS
1. Leases & Sales of Crown Lands
2. Sub-leases of W. Jackson's
Land
3. Sales of Forest Produce
4. Sale of Lots Union Island

Total

.13A. GRANT IN AID
(a) Administration

Total
R.14. COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
WELFARE
1. D 2847 Camden Park Ex-
periment Station
2. D 2927 Cocoa & Coffee
Scheme
3. D 2409 Live Stock Improve-
ment
4. D 3189 Surveying and mapp-
ing
5. D 1517 (A-C) Air Service ......
,6. D-2659 (19) Training of
E. J. Duncan
7. D 2651 (31) Visit of Electri-
cal Engineers
8. D 2658 (188) Training of
N. Quow

Fwd. .


700
3,000

3,840





60

3,150


51,100



60
50

130,006
400

3,570
3,000
2,000
70

50

189,200



3,000

300
3,000


6,300


Actual
Revenue
$ 4


Over the
Estimate
$ 4


6.00

9,222.65

9,228.65


19.00
733.00











1,134.04


719.00
8,785.50

3,840.00




2,628.02
4.32

2,CC0.76

1,134.04

19,117.54



60.00
4".0


54,475.77
360.00


Under the
Estimate
$ 9



14.00
500.00
277.35

791.33


20,000.00
8,000.00
1.350.00

3,371.28
55.63

1,143.24


1,938.54 33,920.90


Remarkl


Decrease
$791.35


















Net Decrease
$31,982.36


2.09

125,324.23
40.03


3,572.70 2.70
1,810.16 1,189.84
20.00 I 1,980.00
70.00

100.00 50.00

60,445.C3 52.70 128,806.07


7,482.09 4,482.09


939.39
202.84 262.84
-8,684.3-I2 4,
8,684.32 4,744.93


300.00
2,060.61


Net Decrease
$128,753.37


Net Increase
2.360.61 1 W o


1,364,000 1,364,000.00

1,364,000 1,364,000.00




56,100 67,375.10 11,275.10

19,150 18,917.02 232.98

3,038.48sR 3,038.48DR

14,900 34,345.55 19,445.55
121,779.62 121,779.62

1,640 769.00 871.00

470.40 470.40

122.60 122.60


91.790 240,740.81 153,093.27 4,142.46


. lpa,uusr.u.


I


240,740.81


91.790


153,093.27


4.142.46











DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subheads.



R.14. COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
WELFARE-(Contd.)
Fwd._

9. D 2658 (190) Training of
E. Francis at E.C.F.I.
10. D 2658 (192) Training of
E. Harry
11. D 2658 (1C1) Training of
G. Walcott
12. D. 31E7 Leeward Highway ......
13. D 3206 Rural Rehabilitation
Kingstown
14. D 1427 Public Health Im-
provement
15. D 1736 A & B Cadastral
Engineering Surveys ......
16. D 2071 & A Cotton Pest
Control
17. D 2193 Water Supplies S.G.......
18. D 2397 Rednmption Sharpe
Estate
19. D 2545 & A Antl-Treponem-
atosis Campaign ......
20. D 2587 Whooping Cough
and Tetanus ......
21. D 2678 Aeronautical Tele-
eomunications ..
22. D 2740 Eradication of Aedes
Aegypti
23. D 2753 Port Facilities
24. D 2765 C.H. & P.A.
25L. D 2812 Soil Conservation ......
26. D 2882 St. Vincent Water
Supplies ......
27. D 2914 Hospital Development!
28. D 2953 Feeder Roads .....
29. D 3333 Arnos Vale Airfield ......
30. D 3446(19) Training of
S. Peters...
31. D 3182 Co-operative Officer......
32. D 317 Cane Farming Officer:
33. D 3446(20) Training of
Elton Browne
34. D 3446 (21) Training of
L. Joyette ...
35. D 3446 (23) Training of
A. Lewis
36. D 3446 (24) Training of
F. Spencer
37. D 3446 (52) Training of
F. O. Mason
38. D 2717 (44) Reference Li-
brary Grammar School ......
39. D 3446 (18) Training of T. A.
Roberts
40. D 3561 Training of Teachers
at Erdiston-Admin.
41. R 905 Arrowroot Research ......
42. D 2940 A-C School Buildings
43. D 3156 Marketing Organisa-
tion Loan
Grant .....
44. D 3691 Environmental Sani-
tation
45. D 3822 Road Equipment
46. D 2658 (48) Training of
T. Cox
47. D 2659 (1) Training of
H. A. McKie
48. D 2846 & A E.C'.F.I.-Recur-
rent Admin. Costs
49. D 2658 (30) Training of
F. Williams


Fwd. --


Original
Estimate
$




91,790


700




92,170

8,270

6,340



4,940


4,460



1,440





9,690
12,000

36,200
17,963
325,500
573,000


5,760
12,730















5,280
28,810
124,000

38,400
39,850


Actual
Revenue
$




240,740.81


725.00

69.10

69.10
133,535.68

46,800.00

8,673.57

4,050.73DR

5,952.35
3,111.96

476.00

40.00

284.01

720.00

5,253.79
9,657.16
18,480.00
13,920.00

66.237.02
22,483.02
16.8240.00
430,080.00

292.35
3.640.00
16,715.38

530.90

372.90

2,256.46

555.52

338.80

523.20

300.70

6,540.80
20,160.00
118,210.23


4,652.50

16,800.00
17,656.42

26.00

1,008.00

3,739.00

14.62


1,390,911.59


Over the
Estimate
$




153,093.27


25.00

69.10

69.10
41 3Rf. R6


38,530.00

2,333.57



1,012.35
3,111.95



40.00



720.03

5,253.79
9,657.16
8,790.00'
1,920.00

30,067.02
4,523.02



292.35
2,880.00
3,985.33

580.90

372.90

2,256.46

555.52

338.80

523.20

300.70

1,260.80


Under the
Estimate
$ 0




4,142.46













4,050.76




3,984.00



1,155.99











157,260.00
142,920.CG




















8,650.00
5,789.77

73,597.53


16,800.00
17,656.42

26.00

1,008.00

1,639.00

14.62


351,072.07 401,550.48


Remarks










DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subheads.



R.14. COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
WELFARE-(Contd.)
Fwd. ......

5. D 2884 Police Training School
Barbados
51. D 2890 (24) Vocational Train-
ing Puerto Rico
52. D 3090 Launches for Air Ser-
vice
6j. D 1399 Public Relations and
Local Government
54. D 457 Land Settlement
55. D 2658 (47) Training of
S. Wood
56. D 2658 (49) Training of
L. Providence
57. D 13E (e) Portable Decorti-
eating Machine ......
58. D 1999 &A Education Enquiry
69. D 2151 A Auxiliary Ai Ser-
vice -.
60. D 2848 Agricultural Survey ......
61. D 2889 Removal of Reef
62. D. 2890 (5) Caribbean Voca-
tional Training
63. D 3082 Burying Electrical
Cable Amos Vale
64. D 2658 (143) Training of
L. Douglas
65. D 451A Soil Conservation ....
66. D 1003 New Camden Park
Cocoa Nursery ...
67. D 1983 C.H. & P.A. & P.H.E.U.;
68. D 2087 School Buildings
69. D 2143 A & B Banana Propa-
gation
70. D 2403 Regional Cocoa Nur-
sery .....
71. D 2525 & A Training Teachers
at Erdiston
72. D 2549 Sandy Bay Housing
73. D 2557 Aloes Industry
74. D 1133 (310) Training oc
C. Balcombe
75. D 1108 (311) Training of
B. Allen
76. D 11C8 (321) Training of
N. Anderson
77. D 1108 (391) Training of
E. King
78. D 1108 (392) Training of
D. Providence
79. D 1108 (418) Training of
M. Alexander ....-
80. D 1792 Matron Colonial Hos-
pital
81. D 2041 & A Latrines, Infant
Schools
82 D 2063 Administration
Charges E.C.F.I.
83. D 2182 Equipment for Hos-
pital
84. D 2323 Arrowroot Chemical
Engineer
85. D 2623 Reinstatement of
Estate Roads
D 2394 Navigation Lights .

Total

Examined,


Original
Estimate
$




1,441,390
































































4,550


Actual
Revenue
$ 4




1,390,911.50


14,174.26

467.00

214.32Ds

753.6DEi
5,022.72DR

104.46DE

51. 5DR

240.300A
260.16DRi

242.34DBR
627.66DE
278.D2DR1

89.409DR

173.703Jn

*12.94DRI
71G.038D;i

852.063i
1,134.72DR
2,326.38nR

2,142.72Da

192.52 ai
3,635.30WR!
2,400.00DR'
1,524.68Dc

79.38MC

393.1CDRn

14.48DR

199.40Er

194.60DR

62.20DRl

1,789.28DR

68.622D

658.33DR

453.30D~

1,874.64DRn

889.08Da~


Over the
Estimate
$ 4




351,072.07


14,174.26

467.00


_________________________I-- I- - -


1 4A. oa4n


1375345 15


GEOFFREY 0. WHITTAKER,
Acting principal Auditor,
Audit office, Windward Islands.
Audt incent, W.I. 9th February, 1961.


Under the
Estimate
$ (




401.550.48


214.82

753.86
5,022.72

104.46

51.54

240.00
250.16

242.34
627.66
278.92

89.40

173.70

42.94
710.0;1

852.06
1,134.72
2,826.38

2,142.72

192.52
3,635.01
2,40.0n
1,524.68

79.89

398.10

14.48

159.43.

194.60

62.20

1,789.28

68.62

658.38

458.30

1,874. 4

869.08
4,550.00


SRS5.713.33 I 436.3138.18


Remarks


Decrease
$70,594.85


MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
Saint Vincent, W.I.
4th December, 1960.


1375345 15
I~ ~ ~ 040. 3671 33 1 4330.1






APPENDIX II,


SAINT VINCENT.


DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subheads.



1-GOVERNOR
1-14. Personal Emoluments
15. Air Mail Correspondence
16. Incidental
17. Diplomatic Mail
18. Leave Passage
19. Stationery and Flags
20. Travelling and Subsistence
21. Uniform for Governor's Staff
22. Transport Allowance, Chief Secretary, Windward
Islands
33. Typewriter

Total Governor

2-LEGISLATURE
1-7. Personal Emoluments
8. Transport Allowance, Members of Council
9. Transport and Travelling Expenses, Principal Assis-
tant Secretaries
10. Incidentals
11. Election Expenses

Total Legislature

3-ADMINISTRATION
1-27. Personal Emoluments
28. Badge of Honour
29. Incidentals
30. Transport Allowances
31. Running of Printing Office and Printing Supplies
32. Uniforms for Messengers
33. Accessorie:s and Repairs, Recording Machine
34. Electricity
35. Incidentals Southern Grenadines
36. Maintenance of Boat and Payment of Boatmen
37. Subsistence Allowance District Officer S.G.
38. Transport Allowance District Officer S.G...

Fwd ...


Original Actual
Estimate Expenditure
$ $ S


15,090
1,750
180
380
750
.I 700
2,680
100

S 80
90


13,649.13

269.83
369.36
91.29
368.94
1,299.56
50.86


CO.00
98.10


Over the
Estimate
$ 4





89.83







8.10


Under the
Estimate
$



1,440.87
1,750.00

10.64
658.71
331.06
1,380.44
49.14

20.00


S 21,800 16,257.07 97.93 5,640.86


..... 54,180
.... 7,920

1,500
180
100


46,703.27
7,875.86


835.48
171.86
952.09


7,476.73
44.14


852.09


664.52
8.14


Bupplemen-
tary Votes
$ 0


Not provided;
for
$ *


122.50







10.60

133.10


30.00




852.09


.... 63,880 56,538.56 852.09 8,193.53 882.09


153,470
290
150
2.380
15,000
950
100
1 ouu


152,243.86

186.02
1,854.78
11,246.53
931.62
20.00


36.92


I,ouu 1,491.45
100 71.33
400 385.08
600 611.29 11.29
190 226.68 36.68

S 175,430 169,269.54 84.89


1,226.14
290.00

525.22
3,753.47
18.38
80.00
308.55
28.67
14.92


6,245.35


25.00








100.00


125.00


11.92







11.29


28.21


Remarks


S.W. No. 66, 83, and 84






S.W. No. 67

Net Decrease $5,542.93



S.W. No. 63



S.W. No. 18

Net Decrease $7,341.44





S.W. No. 46








S.W. No. 53


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i








DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subh ads.



3-ADMINISTRATION (Contd.) Fwd ......
39. Uniforms for Revenue Officer and Customs Guard
40. Electricity-Public Relations
41. Transport Allowance, Public Relations and Local
Government Officer....
42. Expenses of Publication of "Challenge"
43. Film Shows and Lectures
44. Incidentals ....
45. Purchase of Machinery etc for Printing Office .
46. Developmental Expenses Sou hem Grenadines ...
47. Purchase and Upkeep of Bic; cle .....
48. Purchase of Typewriter ......

Total Admiristration


4-AGRICULTURE
1-25. Personal Emoluments
26. Books Periodicals, etc.
27. Incidental Expenses
28. Plants and Seeds
29. Scientific Apparatus and Chemicals
30. Transport Allowances
31. Labour
32. Propagation Supplies
33. Upkeep of Donkey and Carts
34. Extension Services
35. Livestock Improvement Stud Centres, Operation and
Maintenance
36. Plant and Animal Protectiol Services
37. Stockmen
38. Soufrihre Investigations and Observations
39. Animal Diseases Control Me:,sures
40. Transport Allowances
41 Electricity
42. Annual Agricultural Shows
43. Forest Surveys and Demarc. tions
44. Silvicultural Trials
45. Transport Allowance
46. Uniforms


Pwd ...


Original
Estimate
$


175,430
170
40

1,050
480
480
50
16,000


Actual
Expenditure
$ 4


169,269.51
170.0)
25.01

1,050.03
9.15
47.33
50.0)
13,579.9'7
oq P.5


Over the Uncer the Supplemen
Estimate Estimate tary Votes
S t t $


84.89 6,245.35 125.00

14.99


470.85
432.65


2,420.03


83.85i 83.85 100.00
1.0 1.00 400.00

193,700 184,315.72 199.59 9,583.87 625.00 53.06




94,540 83,098.14 11,441.86
320 186.47 133.53
700 580.51 119.49
2,000 1,960.04 39.96
800 496.46 303.54
3030 2.112.90 917 10


6,000 5,919.36
1,000 886.70
100 28.62
6,300 6,138.11

5,000 4,672.66(
1,800 1,595.01
5,300 5,036.04
120 120.00
500
11,770 9,118.90
250 143.2'"
1,000 834.76
100 64.00
300 189.27
740 789.22
940 940.00

142,610 124,910.44


49.22


49.22


80.64
113.30
71.38
161.89

327.34
204.99
263.96

500.00
2,651.10
106.73
165.24


500.00


36.00
110.73



17,748.78 500.00


Remarks.


S23.21


2O 85


S.W. No. 4
S.W. No. 24

Net Decrease $9,384.28













S.W. No. 45


49.22


_ I_


nn Oc





DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and SubhE Lds.



4-AGRICULTURE (Contd.)


Maintenance Snagg Estate, Canouan
Maintenance and Running f Vehicle
Incidentals
Transport
Equipment and Drugs
Books, Periodicals and Pamphlets
Incidentals
Transport Allowances
Contribution to Camden Park Experiment Sta
Purchase of Harpoon Gun
Agricultural Survey Course
Write-off of Deficit Governr Lent Cotton Gin


provided
for
$ 4


Remarks.


Fwd. ... 142,(10 124,910.44 49.22 17,748.78 500.00 49.22

1,500 1,136.99 363.01
... 800 750.34 49.66
S 480 127.76 352.24
810 745.01 64.99


Ltion


nery


Total AgricL Iture


a-A
1


rUDIT
-7. Personal Emoluments
8. Incidentals
9. Contribution towards Cost ol Central Office Overseas
Audit Department
10. Travelling and Subsistence Allowances
11. Electricity


Total Audit

6-CENTRAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
1-7. Persona] Emoluments
8. Travelling-Executive Office and Secretary
9. Truck Driver, Maintenance and Subsistence
10. Incidentals
11. Land Rover
12. Rehabilitation and Removal of Villages
13. Maintenance of Land Rover

Total Centr: 1 Housing Authority

7-CHARITABLE
1-9. Personal Emoluments
10. Incidentals
11. Public Assistance


Fwd.


1,500
30
20
160
19,650


1,497.89
29.95
19.27
60.03
14,890.53
1,000.03

166,463.0)


1,000.00

166,463.00


167,560 311,631.19 167,512.22


25,750
120

760
1,590
50


20,881.05
119.97


9G4.83
1,094.12
25.05


S 28,270 23,085.00


I 6,100
430
950
3,80
...... 3,840


5,333.00
397.45
807.15
55.33
2,914.241


2.11
.04
.73


1UU.UU
4.759.47
1,000.00
100.00
166,463.00

23,441.03 1,600.00 166,512.22


4,868.94
.03


204.80
495.88
24.95

204.80 5:389.80


205.00



205.00


767.00
32.55
142.84
24.62
925.76


10,000 9,657.62 342.38
352.42 352.42 600.00

21.400 19,517.27 352.42 2,235.15 600.00


10,320 8,858.63 1,461.37
- 200 198.73 1.22
34,000 33,338.17 661.83

44,520 42,395.53 2,124.42


S.W. No. 2
S.W. No. 37


Net Increase $144,071.19





S.W. No. 20



Net Decrease $5,185.00








S.W. No. 35

Net Decrease $1,882.73







DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heaas and Subheads.


S Original Actual Over the Under the
Estimate Expenditure Etinmate Esimate
$ $ $ < $
____ _____ _____" _______


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 0


Not provided
for
$


7-CHARITABLE (Contd.) Fwd.
12. Transport Allowance-Public Assistance and Probati
Officer
13. Transport Allowance-Relieving Officers
14. Electricity
15. Animal Feed &c.
16. Clothing
17. Incidentals
18. Dietary
19. Handwork Materials
20. Repairs and Renewals
21. Transport-Executive Officer
22. Electricity
23. Rehabilitation of Discharged T.B. Patients etc.
24. Conversion of Fort Charlotte into Boys' Home

Total Charitable


8-CUSTOMS & EXCISE
1-9. Personal Emoluments
10. Cleaning and Services to Warehouse
11. Incidentals
12. Customs Guards and Preventive Officers Clothing
13. Maintenance of Office Equipment
14. Bicycle Allowance-5 at $12.00
15. Upkeep of Boat
16. Transport Allowance Collector of Customs
17. Charges, Statistical Work by Barbados Governmeni
Statistical Department
18. Electricity
19. Purchase of Excise Instruments
20. Purchase of Trolleys

Total Customs & Excise

9-EDUCATION


1-29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.


Personal Emoluments
Cadet Corps Uniform, Equipment etc.
Exhibitions
Furniture
Inter-Island School Tournament
School Requisites


44,520

870
300
is
590
1,000
400
5,000
359
400
210
1,000


42,395.58

875.15
300.00
9.90
500.60
706.59
371.10
3,254.27
323.24
293.19
274.54
114.10


2,124.42


5.15


.60


64.54


293.41
28.90
1,745.73
26.76
106.81

185.90


689.35 689.35
2,587.33 2,687.33

54,560 53,394.94 3,346.97 4,512.03



53,030 52,443.19 586.81
500 311.65 188.35
200 168.00 32.00
600 457.82 142.18
140 100.58 39.42


60
100
170

2,500
2,000
I cU


59.66
18.92
164.92


1,095.06


0iU 100o. f
300 254.58

S 59,750 55,210.64


.. 650,160
800
750
1,050
10
2,090


637,311.92
639.65
769.20
1,048.33

2,228.43


19.20


138.43


.34
81.08
5.08

2,500.00
904.94
13.74
45.42

4,539.36


12.848.08
160.35

1.67
10.00


Fwd. ... 654,860


5.15


.60





64.54


600.00 89.35 S.W. No. 10
2,838.03 S.W. No. 44

3,438.03 159.64 Net Decrease $1,165.06


3,125.00


S.W. No. 60, 65


3,125.00 Net Decrease $4,539 36


S.W. No. 64


Remarks


112.00
19.20


138.43

112.00 157.63


--


641,997.53


157.63


13,020.10






DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads .rid Subheat s.




9-EDUCATION (Contd.)
35. Science Equipment and Mate ials
36. Upkeep of Grounds
37. Cleaning
38. Education Tours for Children
39. Furniture
40. Materials for Domestic Scier e, Needle Worl
Woodwork
41. Milk Scheme
42. Athletic Sports
43. Rental of Schools and Tralni g Centres
44. Repairing Grant to Assisted schools
45. School Requisites
46. Teachers Training Courses
47. Text Books
48. Transport Allowance, Educat an Staff
49. Transport Expenses 0
50. Upkeep (if Playing T'ield and Gardens
51. Evening Classes
52. Examination Expenses (Camb idge)
53. Scholarships
54. Text Books for Sale
55 Incidentals
56 Electricity
57. Visual Aids
58. Cadet Training Camp
Total Educati n


10- INLAND REVENUE
1-8. Personal Emoluments
9. Incidentals
10. Reference Library-Income Tax Office
11. Refunds and Relief of Income Tax
12. Transport Allowances
13. Upkeep of Bicycle
14. Legal Expenses
15. Maintenance of Office Equipm, nt
16. Operation of Land and House Tax Ordinance
17. Bicycle Number Plates
18. Income Tax Adviser, Passages Allowances etc
Total Inland Revenue


Original Actual Over the Under the
Estimate Expenditure Estimate Estimate
$ $ $1 $


wd. ..... 654,860 641,097.53 157.63 13,020.10


2,050
850
1,380
500
5,000


1,946.35
680.40
1,224.40
304.17
4,988.65!


1(3.65
1C9.60
1E5.60
115.83
11.35


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 1


112.00


k and
3,100 2,565.25 5:;4.75
7,700 5,743.67 1,9f 6.33
64'; 67.00 573.00
3,420 2,466.00 954.00
S 10,000 9,115.63 8[4.37
14,400 10,168.94 4,2:11.06
1,200 1,127.50 "2.50 610.00
2,900 2,539.80 3(;0.20
3,250 3,074.07 175.93
... 1,550 848.82 7(1.18
i 960 378. 16 51;1.84
3,41U 2,063.00 1,3::7.00
::: 1,730 1,505.61 224.39
17,470 17,304.96 165.04
2,400 2,195.32 204.68
150 133.01 16.99
1,000 720.51 279.49
480 243.83 236.17
1,078.00 1,078.00 850.00

740,400 714,480.58 1,235.63 27,155.05 1,572.00


35,100
150
... 100
10,000
-. 6,900
20
2,500
50
350
...... 320


- 55.490


33,307.90
147.96
125.34
17,229.09
2,765.04
18.92
5,898.15
31.90
220.46
540.04
895.55


61,180.35


25.34
7,229.09


3,398.15


220.04
895.55


11,768.17


1,792.10
2.04


4,134.96
1.08

13.10
129.54


360.00


5,000.00


5,000.00


240.00
4,000.00


6,077.82


14,600.00


Not provided
for
$ i


157.63


Remarks.


S.W. No. 31


228.00

385.63





25.34
2,229.09


2,254.43


S.W. No. 19

Net Decrease $25,919.42



S.W. No. 58


S.W. No. 72


S.W. No. 30


S.W. No. 76
S.W. No. 21

Net Increase $5,690.35


IC


''
--








DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


He ds ynd Subheads.


Original
Estimate
$


11-JUDICIAL
1-9. Personal Emoluments
10. Incidentals, Registrar Supreme Court ......
11. Expenses Windward and Leeward Islands Court of
Appeal
11A. West Indian Court of Appeal
12. Inquests Witnesses, Jurors, etc.-Registrar Supreme
Court
13. Registration of Births etc.
14. Transport Allowances
15. Travelling Expenses of Chief Justice and Puisne
Judges -I
16. Electricity -I
17. Law Library -.
18. Incidentals ...
19. Inquests, Witnesses, Jurors etc. Magistrate ...
20. Transport Allowances, Magistrates ...
21. Typewriter

Total Judicial ..

12-LABOUR
1-6. Personal Emoluments _-
7. Books and Periodicals
8. Incidentals.
g. Expenses-Recruitment of Workers
10. Travelling and Subsistence Allowance, Labour Advi-
ser Windward Islands
11. Transport Allowances
12. Electricity


Total Labour


13-LAND & SURVEYS
1-6. Personal Emoluments
7. Transport Allowance
8. Survey Expenses and Maintenance
9. Holidays with Pay, Daily Paid Labourers
10. Maintenance and Running of Vehicles
11. Expenses, Private Surveys


44,74)
9)9

300


Actual
Expenditure
$ '



39,083.23
139.18

518.15


6,000 4,027.99
180 159.84
1,070 729.02

900 2,059.89
120 191.09
300 300.00
80 79.63
12,000 13,247.79
1,550 i 1,334.46
320 709.44

67,650 62,579.71


12.460
80
180
1,500

960
1,670
20


-..... 16,870


-- 26,600
.... 930
8,000
..... 850
6,000
..... 6,000
100

wd. 42,480


11,738.44
38.76
135.43
3,383.89


Over the
Estimate
$ 4




49.18

218.15






1.159.89
71.09


1,247.79


Under the
Estimate
$ e



5,656.77


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 0




60.00


378.41


1,972.01
20.16
340.98


150.00


.37

215.54


12.00
1,000.00


Not provided
for Remarks
$ 0


218.15






1,159.89



247.79


389.44 500.00

3,135.54 8,205.83 2.100.41 1,625.83


1,883.89


721.56
41.24
44.57


1,715.15


S.W. No. 62


S.W. No. 70






S.W. No. 59

S..W. No. 61
S.W. No. 41

S.W. No. 47

Net Decrease $5,070.29


168.74 S.W. No. 16


656.53 303.47
1,656.83 13.17
9.90 10.10

17,619.78 1,883.89 1,134.11 1,715.15 168.74


27,029.97 429.97 435.00
559.50 370.50
5,289.46 2,710.54
552.70 9o7 Qn


3,393.04
73.35

36,898.02


2,606.96
26.65

429.97 6,011.95 435.00


Net Increase $749.78


S.W. No. 82


I


I-


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DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subheads.



13-LANDS & SURVEYS (Contd.)
12. Electricity
13. Reference Library
14. Incidentals

Total Lands and Survey

14-LEGAL
1-4. Personal Emoluments
5. Incidentals
6. Law Library
7. Transport Allowance, Crown Attorney


Original
Estimate
$


Fwd. _. 42,480)
S 40
...... 103
12'0

rs 42,740


...... 10,710
6')
300
..... 350
,- - " 1


Total Legal

14A.-LOANS AND ADVANCES
1. Agricultural Credit Societies and Growers Associatio:
2. Loans to Fishermen
3. Loans to Students
4. Loan to Government Cotton Ginnery

Total Loans and Advances

15-MEDICAL
1-53. Personal Emoluments
54. Medical Library, Charts and Diagrams
55. Incidentals
56. Equipment, Chemicals and Films and Re-agents,
Radiological Clinic and Bacteriological Labora-
tory
57. Clothing and Bedding
58. Medicines, Drugs and Disinfectants
59. Instruments, Surgical Appliances and DressingE
60. Conveyance of Drugs and Stores
81. Control of Social Diseases and Yaws
62. Furniture and Implements
63. Uniforms for Staff
63B. Repairs to Artificial Limb for Thaddeus Forbes
64. Burials
85. Cleaning Requisites

rwd.


..... 11,420


ns' 180,000
.... 24,000
..... 2,400


206,400


402,690
700
450

S 7,400

11,200
33,500
15,000
3,400
2,500
7,500
5,500

1,850
4,000


I


91.04
105.76

37,094.82.


10.574.40
50.50
209.50
248.96


1 11,083.36


91.565.19
5,000.00
1,542.80
56.830.00

154,937.99


393.689.41
455.17
467.85

5,311.02

10.120.71
29,298.91
iI,8 .1, .]!
2,501.67
1,980.72
6,935.04
3,922.38

1,087.18
3,747.97


S471,375.14


Actual
E expenditure
$ t


36,898.02


Over the
Estimate
$ (


429.97




429.97


336.64


Under the
Estimate
$ q


6,011.95
40.00
8.96
14.24

6,075.15


135.60
9.50
90.50
101.04


I. --I


S---- I I'


56,830.00

56,830.00


17.85


88,434.81
19,000.00
857.20


108.292.01


9.000 59


9.000.59
244.83


2,088.98


56,830.00

56,830.00


4,425.00


17.85


1,079.29
4,201.09
3,142.89
898.33
519.28
564.96
1,577.62
45.00
762.82
252.03

17.85 24,332.71 4,470.00 17.85


Remarks


Supplement.
tary Votes
$ 435


435.00




435.00


-'I i


[-


---


-


---


Not provided
for
$ |


Net Decrease $5,645.18







Net Decrease $336.64







Net Decrease $51,462.01


S.W. No. 29, 39













S.W. No. 86








DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subhea is.


Fwd ......


15-MEDICAL (Contd.)
66. Fuel and Lights
67. Dietary
68. Medical Comforts
69. Maintenance and Ri:nning o Vehicles
70. Histological Examination in rinidad
71. Provision of Eye-glasses for F orer Classes
72. Transport of Emergency Case to Hospital
73. Upkeep and Rent of Dispens; ies
74. Sanitary Measures (St. Vinc( it)
75. Sanitary Measures-Southern Grenadines
76. Transport Expenses ,and Allowances
77. Electricity
77(a)Commission for Collection ol Hospital Fees
78. Cost of Sanitary Inspectors' ( ourse of Training
Examination
79. New Motor Van
80. Safes for District Dispensarie
81. Air Condition Plant for Ope eating Theatre
82. Fire Fighting Equipment
83. Equipment for Hospital


ant


I


Total Medica

16--MISCELLANEOUS
1. Conferences, Committees and Commissions of En-
quiry etc.
2. Cost of Bills of Exchange
3. Crown Agents for Overseas G vernment and Adminis-
tration
4. Entertainment of H.M.'s Ship. Visiting the Colony ......
5. Expenses, Public Service Co mission and Wages
Council
6. House Allowance .
7. Incidentals, Rest Rooms
8. Interests on Overdrafts ......
9. Leave Passages
10. Lighting Streets Outside Kingstown ......
11. Marine Insurance and Freight .
12. Motor Launch Mail and Passenger Service ......
13. Motor Vehicles Insurance
14. Official Telegrams

_Fwd. ...


Original Actual
Estimate Expenditure


495,$ $ 471,375.1
495,690 471,375.14


3,700 2,051.08
140,450 103,840.81
450 390.18
3,800 6,168.40
480
1,500 1,500.C0
203 197.40
900 788.31
53,750 46,092.05
24- 183.52
16,520 14,640.28
19,000 18,999.86
83.19

60 15.00
4.300 i 3.134.92
550 599.36
2,000 1,407.51
2,500 2,612.55
2,500 2,740.96

748,580 676,820.52


6,000
4,500

2,000
500

1,600
1,500
150
20,000
9,600
4,000
8,000
22,000
2,500
9,000


23,953.98
5,273.88

2,775.55
151.46

1,434.13
1,488.13
272.58
1,139.60
10,877.54
5,097.60
14,366.05
19,275.00
3,803.53
6,899.00


91,350 96,808.03 1


0
E


83.19



49.36

112.55
240.96


:3,872.31


17,953.98
773.88

775.55




122.58

1,277.54
1,097.60
6,366.05

1,303.53


29,670.71


river the
estimate
$ i


17.85




2,368.40


74,631.79


Under the
Estimate
$ *


24,332.71

1,648.92
36,609.19
i9.82

4.10.00

2.60
111.69
7,657.95
,6.48
1,879.72
.14


35.00
1,1'i5.08

532.49


I I


5.719.36


I


2627 21


22 2


915.00
348.54

165.87
11.87

18,860.40



2,725.00

2,101.00

24,212.68 915.00


17,953.98
773.88






122.58

1,277.54
1,097.60
6,366.05

1,303.53


28,895.16


Remarks


Net Decrease $71,759.48






S.W. No. 79


q


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$


4,470.00







60.00





800.00



49.36

340.00


Not provided
for
$


17.85




2,368.40


S.W. No. 69





S.W. No. 28



S.W. No. 51

S.W. No. 85
240.86


'~'-----''


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DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.
,


Heads and Subhel is.


Original
Estimate
$


16-MISCELLANEOUS (Contd.) Fwd ......
15. Passages, travelling and Subsistence allowances of
Ministers
16. Passages, travelling and suL istence allowances of
Officers
17. Publication of Government Notices
18. Refunds of Revenue
19. Stationery Store and Office E quisites...
20. Sundries
21. Workmen's Compensation --
22. Special Services
23. Training Courses outside St. Vincent
24. Training of Staff Locally
25. Family Commitments of Students Studying Abroad .....
26. Maintenance of Pupil at School for Blind-Trinidad
27. Repatriation of destitute Vincentians
28. National Accounts Study
29. Operation costs, Radio St. \ incent
30. Government Hospitality
31. Compensation-Phillip Douglas
32. Compensation-C. M. Richards

Total Miscellaneous

17- -PENSIONS
1. Pensions granted by Law
2. War Pensions, Gratuities, etc.......
3. Pensions not Covered by Law
4. Cost of Living Allowances to Pensioners

Total Pensions

18-POLICE
1-26. Personal Emoluments
27. Cleaning
28. Incidentals
29. Furniture and Implements
30. Immigration and Special Branch
31. Maintenance of Prisoners in Police Cells
32. Maintenance of Criminal Records
33. Maintenance and Running of Vehicles
34. Maintenance and Provision of Arms, Uniform etc ......
Fwd .....


91,350

12,000

20,300
2,500
4,500
10,000
3,200
1,000
450
1,050
500
3,500
5C0
100
1,800
1,000
1,000



155,350


110,000
2,500
1,800
25,500


11,521.21

36,350.21
4,335.33
19,656.22
7,817.33
3,889.26
2,377.64
78.93
3,785.71
317.00

135.63
422.10
600.00
996.25
835.48
255.00
4,000.00

194,181.33


16,050.21
1,835.33
15,156.22

689.26
1,377.64

2,135.71



322.10



255.00
4,000.00

71,492.18


151,593.09
2,642.08
1,395.84
19,882.10


139,800 175,513.11


216,580
500
800
800
510
100
500
6,500
18,000

244,280


213,140.04
465.35
1,082.77
768.15
412.33
74.99
395.94
6,330.28
13,743.09


236,412.94


41,593.09
142.08


Under the
Estimnate
$ 0


I


2,182.67


371.07

183.00
3,500.00
364.37

1,200.00
3.75
164.52


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ c


Actual Over the
Expenditure Estimatie
$ 4 $


96,808.03 29,670.71


1,000.00



500.00



255.00
4,000.00


!Not


provided
for
$


28,895.16



11,050.21
635.33
13,912.44




1,135.71


32,660.85 17,435.78 55,628.85


50,000.00
142.08
404.16
5,617.90


41,735.17 6,022.06 50,000.00


282.77


3,439.96
34.65

31.85
37.67
25.01
104.06
1.9.72
4,256.91


282.77 8,149.83
1


300.00


Remarks


915.00



5,000.00
1,200.00
1,243.78

1,822.00
1,500.00


142.08 Net Increase $35,713.11




S.W. No. 32


300.00
I


24,212.68

478.79


"


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S.W. No. 71
S.W. No. 36
S.W. No. 52

S.W. No. 40
S.W. No. 27

S.W. No. 17



S.W. No. 12



S. W. No. 3
S.W. No. 74

Net Increase $38,831.33


S.W. No. 73


I









DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads ,ind Subheads


Original
Estimate
$


18-POLICE (Contd.) Fwd ......
35. Maintenance of Radios .
36. Police Band
37. Rifle Range and Targets...
38. Transport Allowance, Officers
39. Transport and Subsistence Allowances-Police
40. Upkeep of Fire Brigade
41. Upkeep Auxiliary Police Force and Volunteer Fire""
Brigade
42. Recreation Facilities....
43. F!cutricity
44. Scavengers....
45. Training of Non-Commifsioned Officers in Bardados .....
46. Purchase of One Land Rover
47. Purchase of One Motor Cycle
48. Purchase of Fire Hose
49. Pinrrhase of Rifles
50. Wireless Facilities
51. Generating Spt Union Island

Total Police


19-PORT
1-6.
7.

8.
9.
10.


AND MARINE
Personal Emoluments,
Upkeep Harbour Lights and Buoys, Southern Grena-
dines
Upkeep Navigation Lights and Signal Station
Reference Library
Electricity (Navigation Lights)
.. .i


Total Port and Marine


244,280
1,000
300
300
4,430
3,200
3,800

4,000
450
4,500
510
1,340
4,500
1,000
3,000
amnf1


Actual
Expenditure
$ 0


23


6,412.94
820.33
280.46
245.52
4,058.01
1,910.71
4,076.47

3,667.87
416.21
3.759.60
355.95
1,225.04
3,375.56
846.56
2,737.52
9Q ; n


Over the
Estimate
$ 0


282.77





276.47


Under the
Estimate
$ *


8,149.83
179.67
19.54
54.48
371.99
1,289.29


332.13
33.79
740.40
154.05
113.96
1,124.44
153.44
262.48
p j n*\


5 4.u
6,000 9,454.20 3,454.0
1,178.00 1,178.00


282,960 275,117.15 5,191.44 13,034.29


6,150 1,159.20


480
1,300
20
1,600


i 9550


-, ..- I


20-POST OFFICE


1-11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
18.


Personal Emoluments
Commission to Licensed Stamp Vendors
Incidentals
Conveyance of Foreign Mails
Conveyance of Inland Mails
Implements, Uniforms etc.


35,030
,300
170
20,000
1,590
1,600


615.42
390.07
9.81
417.11

2.591.61


35,277.85
1,125.31
218.11
23,983.01
2,493.77
1,840.94


59,690 64,938.99


4,990.80

135.42
909.93
10.19
1,182.89.

135.42 7,093.81




247.85
174.69
48.11
3,983.01
903.77
240.94

5,423.68 174.69


Supplemen- INot
tary Votes
$ 0


300.00

















1,178.00


276.47










3.454.20


1,478.00 3,730.67


300.00




300.00


875.00


875.00


S.W. No. 75


Net Decrease $7,842.85




S.W. No. 15, 48




Net Decrease $6,958.39


247.85

4<.11
3,983.01
28.77 S.W. No. 7
240.94

4,548.68


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-I 1


I





DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Original Actual
Heads ;.id Suloheads. Estimate Expenditure
$ $ t


20-POST OFF-CE (Contd.) Fwd. ._ 59,690 64,938.99
17. Money Order Commission and Parcel Post 1,000 2,744.62
18. Rent of districtt Post Offices 740 697.84
19. Supply of Stamps 6,000 4,882.28
20. Transport Allowance,-Postmaster etc. 500 187.78
21. Maintenr.nce and Running of Mail Van 4 000 3,884.20
22. Annual Contribution to Common Stock of Mail Bags 300
23. Electricity -- 200 135.39

Total Post Office .... 72,430 77,471.10

21-PRISONS
1-13. Personal Emoluments 36,830 36,92.34
14. Cleaning Materials 100 86.90
15. C!othljin and Bedding 1.200 941.40
16. Incidentals 200 172.60
17. Dietary 15.000 13,443.15
1. Furniture and Implements ..... 250 203.38
19. Materials for Prison Industries 14,000 9,789.17
30. Medicines and Disinfectants 350 238.70
21. Payments to Prisoners on Discharge ..... 820 245.58
22. Transport Allowance, Superintendent of Prisons ...... 410 406.32
23. Unifornis and Equipment 1,300 1,165.43
24. Petty Repairs to Prison Buildings 70 38.67
25. Electricity .. 3,000 1,459.85
26. Incidentals 300 157.29
27. Fuel and Oil for Engine and Water Pumps ...... 100 71.60
28. Maintenance of Stone Crusher ...... 1,600 7,150.42
29. Maintenance and Running of Vehicle 2,200 1,624.45
30. Tools and Implements 50 10.20
31. Upkeep and Operation of Fibre Mill .... 10
32. Wages Night Watchman (Stone crusher &c.I ...... 660 90.00


Total Prisons ...... 78,350

22-PUBLIC DEBT
1. Electricity Generating Unit Loan (1930) ...... 620
2. Electric Lighting. Telephone and Roads Improve-
ment Loans (1929 and 1931) .. 6,400
3. Graham Bequest Fund ...... 230
4. Hydro Electric Development Loan (1949) ... 4,200

Fwd. ...... 11,450


Over the
Estimate
$S


5,423.68
1,744.62


Under the
Estimate
$ .


174.69

42.16
1,117.72
312.22
11r Rn


300.00
64.61

7,168.30 2,127.20 875.00 6,293.30


Supply
tary'


87


emen- Not provided
Votes for

. 4,548.68

15.00 4,548.68


i,('i4. ti


5,550.42


H


137.66
13.10
258.60
27.40
1,556.85
46.62
4,210.83
111.30
574.42
3.68
134.57
31.33
1,540.15
42.71
28.40

575.55


5,550.42


Remarks


Net Increase $5,041.10


I~ __


___


I I


39.U80
10,00
570.00


5,550.42 9,912.97 5,550.42 Net Decrease $4,362.55


314.56

3,203.74
33.02








DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subheeds.


Original
Estimate
$


22-PUBLIC DEBT (Contd.) Fwd .....
5. Kingstown Water Supply De elopment Loan 1949
(First Series)
6. Rural Water Supply Loan (1'50) (Second and third
Series)
7. Crown Agents Advances on Anticipation of Loan
Estimated total advance up to 31/12/59-
$1,000,000 at 5% pa..
8. Arnos Vale Land Purchase
3. Electricity Generating Unit loan

10. Electric Lighting, Telephone; and Roads Improve-
ment Loans 1929 and 19:1 (Sinking Fund
11. Hydro Electric Development loan 1949 (Sinking Fund)
12. Kingstown Water Supply De -elopment Loan (1949)
Sinking Fund
13. Rural Water Supply Loan, 1150
14. Graham Bequest Fund
15. Loan for Land Settlement Canouan (Equated Annul
ties of Principal and Interest) (1945)
16. Loan for Purchase Union Estate Bequia etc (1943) .....
17. Loan for Purchase of Union Estate, Bequia for
Leasehold Settlement fiom Colonial Develop-
ment Welfare Fund (19,3)
18. Kingstown Market Loan




Total Public Debt

23-PUBLIC LIBRARY
1-4. Personal Emoluments
5. Books and Binding
6. Incidentals
7. Development of Rural Service
8. Periodicals
9. Supplies and Stationery
10. Electricity
11. Equipment and Furniture


11,450

4,200

4,040


50, LO
8,6"0
770


4,550
3,190

3,190
1,160
760

650
1,160


340
3,580


97,680


6,440
5,150
130
500
470
300
120
150


13,260


75,029.36


5,717.92
3,920.30
117.06
433.95
450.66
205.66
110.01
132.64


TotalPubli :.Abary 1,08820 2,71.8


Over the
Estimate
$ 0


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 0


provideCd
for
$ '


Remarks


Actual
Expenditure
$ 4


7,898.68

4,200.00

4,032.00


38,989.18
6,722.64
382.62



3,184.72

3,184.72
1,152.00
757.64

641.70



330.76
3,572.70


22,650.64


722.08
1,229.70
12.94
66.05
19.34
94.34
9.99
17.36


Under the
Estimate
$ m



3,551.32




8.00

11,C30.82
1, 17.3.3
;87.38


4,E50.00
5.28

5.28
8.00
2.36

d.30
1,160.00


9.24
7.30


I- i i----------


I- I -' -


'----- ~----~:


11,088.20


2,171.80


Total Public Uibrary




DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subheads.


Original
Estimate
$


Actual
Expenditure
$ 0


24-PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT


1-37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.


Personal Emoluments
Incidentals
Reference Library
Transport Allowances
Vacation Leave. Daily Paid Employees
Wages of Store Clerks (2)
Wages of Watchman
Scavenging and Cleaning of P.W.D. Offices

Total Public Works Department


25-PUBLIC WORKS RECURRENT


Fire Appliances,
Furniture, Public Offices etc. repairs and rei
Maintenance and Minor Improvements Buil
Premises
Water Services Public Buildings
Sewerage Installations-Repairs and Maint
Electricity
River Control Measures
Maintenance and Repairs
Special Road Services
Storm Damage
Bridges Culverts and Retaining Walls
Maintenance Southern Area Supplies
Maintenance, other District Area Supplies
Maintenance. South Leeward Supply
Maintenance, Southern Grenadines
Pipe Installations, Private Settlements
Way leave and Crop Compensation
Operation Costs, Carpentry Shop
Upkeep of Cemeteries
Upkeep of Jetties
Running and Maintenance Plant and Equipi
Operation Costs. Machine Shop
Upkeep Sea Latrines, Mainland and Grenad
Maintenance Government House
Incidentals
Tools and Implements Public Works Departi
Maintenance Villa Seadrome
Maintenance and Running of Government L


103,030 99,964.43
200 186.57
150 35.77
12,840 13,497.23
20,000 18,753.84
2,200 1,935.67
1,480 1,460.00
130 110.72

... 140,030 135,944.23


newals .....
lings and


enance .


...... i


1,290
l.o,0

55,500
2,400
7,500
2.800
6,000
271,000
40,500
12,000
12,500
6,000
3,000
3,000
2,510


115.80
920.19

57,185.68
1.831.46
7,806.23
3.176.17
5,707.81
271.533.34
42,432.76
12,128.47
13,006.58
3,498.84
2.786.76
875.00
3.800 44


Over the
El! mate
$ 0


Under the
Estimate
$


3,065.57
13.43
114.23
657.23
1,246.16
264.33
20.00
19.28

657.23 4,743.00


1,685.68

306.23
376.1'i

533.34
1,982.76
128.47
506.58



1.290.44


1,084.20
79.81


568.54


292.19




2.501.16
213.24
2,125.00


Supplemen- Not provided
tary Votes for
$ $.







657.23





657.23


1,685.68


4,000.00


1.300.00


306.23
376.17


1,982.76
128.47
506.58


Remarks


Net Decrease $4,085.77


S.W. No. 49






S.W. No. 25, 34


10 10.00
100 10.60 89.40
1,200 920.48 279.52
600 530.30 69.70
nt 4,200 3,656.51 543.49
ment 1... 0,000 10,114.58 114.58 114.58

ines ,8,00 7,706.43 1,593.57
600 221.26 378.74
1,000 1,517.37 517.37 800.00 .W. No. 33
150 150.63 .63 800 .63
ment 7,000 3.711.06 3,288.94
aunhes..... 12,000 6,689.23 5,310.77
inches 5,640 5.865.73 225.73 22.73

Fwd. ...... 478,710 467,949.71 7,667.98 18,428.27 6,100.00 5,326.83









DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Original
Heads and Subheads. Estimate
$


26-PUBLIC WORKS RECURRENT (Ccntd.) Fwd. ......
29. Unallocated Stores*


30. Transport*


31. Belair Stone Crusher*


32. Drawing Office Supplies
33. Maintenance, Arnos Vale Air-.ort

Total Public Vorks Recurrent ...

26-PUBLIC WORKS EXTRAORDINARY
1. Major repairs to Agricultural House at Cane End
2. Alteration and installation o: Urinal at Warehouse ......
3. Extension of school latrine- Grammar School
4. Major repairs and renovation 3, Preparatory School......
5. Major repairs and renovatior ;, Richmond Hill School
6. Major repairs and renovation j, Buccament School
7. Major repairs and renov tions, Nurses' House
Colonarie
8. Clinic and Dispensary South Rivers
9. Extension of Dispenser's house, Belair
10. Major renovations, Nurses Hostel ..
11. Provision of Water Closets, D~strict Police Stations ......
12. Replacement of Public Buildlags, Calliaqua
13. Officers Quarters
14. Major repairs and renovations Edinboro Cottage ......
15. Furniture, Public Offices
16. Furniture and fittings Government Quarters
17. Major repairs and renovations, Revenue Office,
Georgetown .
18. Public bath, Biabou and Georgetown
19. Radio Building
20. Reconstructions and replacerient of Bridges
21. Reconstruction of Drains
22. Reconstruction and oiling South Leeward Highway ......
23. Reconstruction of retaining walls
24. Reinstatement of roads, Richmond Hill Land Settle-
ment


478,710
100


100


100


200
1,000

480,210


1,470
6&0
1,660
9,300
3,040
2,750

1,240
6,70O
1,700
4,200
6,000
29,000
18,000
4,200
5,000
2,000

1,260
1,800
6,500
8,000
8,000
3,000
7,500

4,000


Fwd. .... 136,940


Actual
Expenditure
$ *


Over the Under the
Estimate Estimate
$ $ 4


467,949.71 7,667.93
22,466.58 22,366.58


17,255.42 17,155.42


431.44 331.44


233.15 33.15
19.50

5J8,355.80 47,554.57


1,295.61
249.50
1,511.85
7,711.35
2,990.89
2,749.33

1,415.30
6,330.99
1,400.99
3,699.56
5,441.80
30,601.17
19,731.87
4,031.45
4,668.42
4,179.69

1,192.41
1,712.09
4,779.95
8,681.57
7,743.34
2,909.58
7,995.09

3,619.82

136,643.62


175.30




1,601.17
1,731.87


2,179.69




681.57


495.09



6,864.69


18,428.27 6,100.00
100,000.00


5,326.83


17,154.42


331.44


33.15
980.50

19,408.77 106,100.00 22,846.84


174.39
370.50
148.15
1,588.65
49.11
.67


369.01
299.01
500.44
558.20


168.55
331.58


175.30


1,223.00
1,600.00


67.59
87.91
1,720.05

256.66
90.42


380.18

7,161.07 r


378.17
131.87


2,179.69


681.57


495.09


2,823.00


4,041.69 1


S.W. No. 43 *Purchases etc.
Credits f.o.v.
Net Expenditure
*Purchases etc.
Credits f.o.v.
Net Expenditure
*Purchases etc.
Credits f.o.v.
Net Expenditure



Net Increase $28,145.80















S.W. No. 77
S.W. No. 50


$445,850.76
423,384.18
$ 22,466.58
$87,109.54
69,854.12
$17,255.42
$48,514.17
48,082.73
$ 431.44





DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heard and Subheads.


26-PUBLIC WORKS EXTRAORDINARY (Contd.) Fwd .....
25. Re-oiling and reconstructions of suburban roads
26. Major repairs, District Roads
27. Major repairs, of River Embankment
28. Traffic Signs
29. Universal Milling Machine
30. Hydraulic Press
31. Phoenix hand spraying Machines
32. Replacement of Trucks
33. Replacement of Water supply lines
34. Replacement of Government launch
35. Purchase and Instalment of static Crane ......
36. Completion of Rose Hall Clir.ic
37. New Retaining Wall, Mesopo amia Highway

Total Public Works Extraordinary ......

28-SUBVENTIONS
1. Annual Contributions
2. Contributions to Distressed Vincentians
3." Soup Kitchen
4. St. Vincent Infant Welfare and Maternity League
5. Thompson Home
6. Bequia District Council
7. Small Town Boards
8. Village Councils
9. Boy Scouts Association
10. Girl Guide Association .
11. St. Vincent Music Council
12. Grant to Games and Library 'und St. Vincent Gram-
mar School
13. Kingstown Board in lieu of ce-tain Rates ......
14. Kingstown Board Percentage Grant in respect of
Licence
15. Commonwealth Parliamentary Association .
16. Imperial War Graves CommisE.ion .
17. King George V Playing Fieid Committee ..
18. Maintenance and Demonstration of Objects of His-
torical Interest
19. Memorial Hall
20. St. Vincent Legion of British Empire Service League
21. Contribution to Windward Islr.nds Annual ......
22. Contribution to Colonial Income Tax Office ...

Fwd. ....


Original Actual
Estimate Expenditure
$ $ 0


136,940
3,000
40,000
8,000
500
7,000
a000nn


2,500 1,536.00 934.00
15,000 14,988.62 11.38
42,600 26,000.18 16,59y.82
2,039.44 2,039.44 2,145.00
999.36 999.36 1,057.00
.1,044.86 1,044.86 1,000.00 44.86
1,502.88 1,502.8 ; 1,500.00 i 2.88

257,540 246,315.11 14,772.59 25,997.48 8,525.00 6,410.79


119,350 119,344.00 6.00
370 370.00
250 250.00
5,500 5,500.00


136,643.62
3,60.20
41,293.48
8,337.63
260.53
6,314.79
1G3R 47


Over the
Estimate
$


6,864.60
690.20
1,293.48
337.68


Under the
Estima ;e
$


7,161.07



239.47
685.21
QQ3 r1


Su
ta


pplemen Not provided
ry Votes for
$ 4 $


2,823.00 4,041.69
690.20
1 293 4R


337.68


Remarks.


360
13,000
15,000
2,500
240
240


360.00
13,212.00
17,588.00
2,500.00
240.00
240.00


212.00
2,588.00


212.00
2.588.00


S.W.
S.W.
S.W.
S.W.


200 200.00

1,500 1,500.00
1,460 1,460.00

1,700 1,700.00
240 240.00
300 300.00
720 720.00

100 100.00
120 120.00
400 400.00
500 1,298.27 798.27 800.00 S.W.
50 912.00 862.00 200.00 662.00 S.W.

164,100 167,064.27 4,460.27 1,496.00 3,800.00 662.00


No. 9
No. 55
No. 56
No. 78


Net Decrease $11,224.89







S.W. No. 13
S.W. No. 14


No. 8
No. 26


i








DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


*ca.. ':d Sutheads.


28--UBVENTIONS (Contd.)


Contribution to Director
and Leeward Islands
Tourist Development
W. I. B. S.
Sundry Contributions
Contribution to Colonial
Expenses British Caribbe
Council
Contribution to Eastern


Original Actual
Estimate Expenditure
a $


Fwd. ...... 164,108 167,064.27

of Civil Aviation Windward
1,810 1.524.08
8.000 8,000.00
16,300
-. 1.200 5.827.36
Students Centre .... 50.40
ean Air Transport Advisory
4,061.47
Caribbean Regional Library 720.00


Total Subventions


Over the
Estimate
$


4,460.27





4,627.36
50.40


4,061 47
720.00


. 191.710 187,247.58 13,919.50


30-TELEPHONES


1-n.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.

19.
20.
'21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.


Personal Emoluments
Incidentals
Maintenance
New Installations
Rental District Exchanges
Rental of Kingstown Exchange
Tools and Implements
Transport Allowance, Asst. Superintendent of Tel'
phones
Transport Telephone Department
Wireless Telephone Communications Bequia
Wireless Telephone Communication Union Island
Wireless Telephone Communication Canouan
Furniture Telephone Exchanges
Transport Allowance, Linesman Wd. District
Electricity
Replacement R/T Equipment Grenadines


22,640
100
6,000
800
220
...... 390
-- 120


0-


Total Telephones

I1A.-TREASURY
1-8. Personal Emoluments ....i
9. Transport Allowance, Financial Secretary
10. Inter-island travelling and subsistence and inciden-
tals, Training Officer, Windward Islands ....


1,050
1,300
570
300
300
150
340
600
4,560


20,447.40
81.13
6,513.86
725.60
224.00
436.00
78.96

746.01
907.28
309.38


57.88
295.80
422.24
2,006.95


513.86

4.00
46.00


Under the
Estimate
$ 0


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ *


1,496.00 3,800.00


285.92

16,600.00
1.200.00
50.40

3,413.00


18,381.92 8,463.40


2,192.60
18.87

74.40


41.04

303.99
392.72
260.62
300.00
300.00
92.12
44.20
177.76
2,553.05


39,440 33,252.49 563.86 6,751.37


17,060
410

700


Fwd. 18,170


16,084.47
246.32

263.75

16,594.54


975.53
163.68

436.25

1,575.46


500.00


46.00


546.00



1 75.46oo


ot


provided1
for
$


Remarks.


662.00





3,427.36 S.W. No. 80
S.W. No. 6

648.47 S.W. No. 42
720.00


5,457.83


Net Decrease $4,462.42


13.83 S.W. No. 68

1.00
S.W. No. 38












17.86 Net Decrease $6,187.51


I .I


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DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subheads.


3 B.-TREASURY
11. Adding Machine
12-26. Personal Emoluments
27. Allowance for Cash Shortages
28. Commission for Collection of Licences
29. Incidentals
30. Drawbacks and Refunds of Revenue
31. Transport Allowance
32. Transport of Revenue Officers receiving
public monies
33. Bicycle Allowance
34. Maintenance of Office Equipment
35. Reference Library Treasury Department
36. Electricity
37. Caretaker and Scavenger
38.. Incidentals
39. Travelling Expenses, Senior Clerk
40. Incidentals
41. Uniform for Revenue Officer
42. Upkeep Boat
43. Cleaning Revenue Office
44 Incidentals
45. Transport Allowance-Senior Clerk
46. Accounting Machine and Accessories
47. Typewriter


Actual
Expenditure
$


Fwd. .... 18,170

S 400
.. 54,770
50
20
400
100


and paying




.I









"


40U


400
30
100
50
100
50
40
306
50
120
50
30
80
500
3,200
320


Total Treasury

32-COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT & WELFARE SCHEMES

D. 1427 & A.B. Public Health Improvement

D. 1517 Air Service

D. 2071 & A. Cotton Pest Control
Capital

Personal Emoluments
Other Charges


79,730 73,384.62 387.32 6,732.70 870.00



S 6,340 7,109.60 769.60 769.60

87,000.00 87,000.00 87,000.00


88.00 88.00 88.00


2,640
2,300


2,718.90
1,897.14


78.90


4,940 4,704.04 166.90


Net Decrease $6,345.38




Increase $769.60

Increase $87,000.00


78.90
402.86

402.86 I 16.90 Net Decrease $235.96


Over the
Estimate
$ 0


Under the
Estimate
$ 0


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 4


1,575.46

20.00
4,033.80
1.51
9.98


Remarks


No. 5


150.00


80.00
540.00


S.W.


78.00
251.70




38.15

19.47


16,594.54


380.00
50,736.20
48.49
10.02
478.00
351.70
289.80

227.29
.10.00
138.15

119.47
48.01
34.95
271.24
11.51
120.00
5.00
21.90
44.14
368.00
2,850.57
225.60


110.20

172.71
20.00

50.00


S.W. No. 54
S.W. No. 11




S.W. No. 81

S.W. No. 57


50.00

50.00


2.00
5.05
28.76
38.44

45.00
8.10
35.86
132.00
349.43
94.40








DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subheada.



32-COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT & WELFARE SCHEMES (Contd.)

D. 2193. Water Supply-Grenadines 3equia Lower Bay

D. 2394. Navigation Lights

D. 2397. Redemption Sharpe Estate
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges


D. 2545. Anti-Treponematosis Campa.ign
Other Charges


D. 2587. Whooping Cough and Tetanus


D. 2651. Visit of team and Survey PAgriculture etc.


D. 2658 (190) Training of E. Francir at E.C.F.I.
Subsistence Allowance
Maintenance Allowance
Other Charges



D. 2658 (209) Training Elaine Dunc..n & M. Mulraine

Other Charges

D. 2659 (1) Training of H. A. McKie


D. 2659 (19) Training of E. J. Duncan at U.C.WI.
Maintenance Allowance
Fees


Actual
Expenditure
$ 3




3,119.10


Over the Under the Supplemen- ot provided
EsLma te Estimate tary Votes for
$ e $ $ $ <




3,119.10 4,017.00

_4,550.00


476.00 4.00
3,930.00

476.00 3,934.00


40.00 40.00

763.21 676.79


199.50 199.50


89.80 89.80

384.38 384.38



869.60 .40
792.00 22.00

1,661.60 22.00 .40


Remarks.





S.W. No. 22 Net Increase $3,119.10

Decrease $4,550.00


S___Decrease $3,984.00


40.00 S.W. No. 1 Net Increase $40.00

S Decrease $676.79


199.50


380.00


Increase $199.50







Net Increase $272.00


89.80 Net Increase $89.80

384.38 Net Increase $384.38




22.00

22.00 Net Increase $21.60


~1_11


J




DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subheads.


32-COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT & WELFARE SCHEMES (Contd.)


D. 2678. Aeronautical Communications

D. 2717 (44) Reference Library Grammar School

D. 2740. Aedes Aegypti Eradication

D. 2753. Port Facilities


D. 2765. Central Housing and Planning and P.H.E.U.
Capital
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges



D. 2812. Soil Conservation


D. 2846 A & B. Eastern Caribbean F trm Institute (Recur-
rent Costs)


D. 2847. Campden Park Experiment Station
Capital
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges
Camden Park
Ottley Hall



D. 2882. Water Supplies
Capital Item I
Capital Item II ....
I-
i


Original
Estimate
$


Actual Over the Under the Supplemen- Not provided
Expenditure Estimate ,Estimate tary Votes for
$ 4 $4 $ $ $4


Remarks.


377.24 377.24 377.24 Increase $377.24

175.60 175.60 175.60 Increase $175.60

1.44 1.44 1.44 Increase $1.44

8,748.41 8,748.41 8,748.41 Increase $8,748.41


7,750 8,120.00
1,940 1,874.05


370.00


370.00


65.95


9,690 9,994.05 370.00 65.95 370.00 Net Increase $304.05

12,000 20,387.18 8,387.18 8,387.18 Increase $8,387.18



2,100 2,400.00 300.00 300.00 Increase $300.00



3,120 1,526.37 1,503.63
19,530 18,292.18 1,2 7.82

30,120 37,696.64 7,576.64 7.576.64
3,330 1,671.39 1,658.61

56,100 59,186.58 7,576.64 4,490.06 7,576.64 Net Increase $3,086.5B


17,560 21,549.94 3,989.94 3,989.94
18,640 29,067.77 10,427.77 10,427.77

36,200 50,617.71 14,417.71 14,417.71 Net Increase $14,417.71


I










DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Aeads and Subheads


Original Actual Over the Under the Supplemen- Not provided!
Estimate Expenditure Estimate Estimate tary Votes for
$ $ d $


32-COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT & WELFARE SCHEMES (Ci

D. 2884(B) Police Training School, Barbados

D. 2914. Hospital Development


D. 2927 & A. Cocoa and Coffee Propagation
Capital
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges



D. 2940. A. & B. & C. School Building Programme


D. 2953. Feeder Roads
Personal Emoluments
Capital


D. 3156. Marketing Organisation
Working Capital
Capital
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges


D. 3179. Cane Farming Officer
Capital
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges


D. 3182. Co-operative Officer
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges


ontd.)


7,019.60 7,019.60 7,013.50 Increase $7,019.60

17,960 7,626.29 10,333.71 Decrease $10,333.71


1,920
5,470
11,760

19,150

124,000


449.90 1,470.10
5,348.40 121.60
13,195.15 1,435.15 1,435.15

18.993.45 1,435.15 1,591.70 1.435.15 Net Decrease $156.55

117,980.41 6,019.59 Decrease $6,019.59

I I ,


5,830 9,420.14 3,590.14 3,590.14
319,670 335,267.84 15,597.84 15,597.84

325,500 344,687.98 19,187.98 19,187.98 Increase $19,187.98

38,400 26,866.20 11,533.80
23,520 590.11 22,929.89
6,770 2,555.20 4,214.80
9,560 1,093.80 8,463.20

78,250 31,108.31 47,141.69 Decrease $47,141.69

960 863.48 96.52
8,410 6,750.00 1,660.00
3,360 3,766.01 406.01 406.01

12,730 11,379.49 406.01 1,756.52 _4'' .01 i Net Decrease $1,351

4,800 5,055.80 255.80 255.80
960 1,027.20 67.20 67.20

5,760 6,083.00 323.00 323.00 Increase $323.00
_____ ____i


0.51-


Remarks.


I





DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Original Actual
Heads and Subheac s. Estimate ExpendituLe
$ $ *


32-COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT & WELF. RE SCHEMES (Contd.)
D. 3189. Surveying and Mapping


Capital
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges


D. 3197. Improvement Leeward Highway
Capital
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges



D. 3206. Urban and Rural Rehabilitation

D. 3279 (23.) Passages 5 Students to Puerto Rico


D. 3338. Arnos Vale Airfield
LUIWI*L UUUUL1 wu__ rT_--


Over the Under the Supplemen- Not provided
Estimalt Estimate tary Votes for
$ $ $ i $


1,440 323.34 1,116.66
5,060 3,088.80 1,971.20
8,400 6,312.30 2,087.70

14,900 9,724.44 5,175.56 ____

701.26 701.26 701.26
680 1,600.00 920.00 920.00
91,403 110,260.09 18,770.09 18,770.09

92,170 112,561.35 20,391.35 20,391.35

8,270 10,970.17 2,700.17 2,700.17

110.60 110.60 110.60


Remarks


Decrease $5,175.56





Increase $20,391.35

increasee $2,700 17

Increase $110.60


C~uIo ructiun wurks .. 401,200 284,194.29 117,005.71
Equipment 32,880 24,334.87 8.545.13
Airport Building and Services 71,520 2,129.94 69,300.06
Staff and Operation 67,400 28,682.62 38,717.38

573.000 339,341.72 233,658.28 Decrease $233,658.28
D. 3445 (12) Training of Miss C. Wiltshire 34.7
Personal Emoluments 304.80 304.80 304.80
Other Charges 756.80 756.80 756.80

1,061.60 1,061.30 1,061.60 Increase $1,061.60
D. 3446 (17) Training of A. Dowers in Printing
Subsistence Allowance 163.80 163.80 163.80
Other Charges 99.14 99.14 99.14

262.94 262.94 _262.94 Increase $262.94
D. (20) Training of Elton Browne in Telephony ....... 24.00 24.00. 24.00 Increase $24.00

D. 3446 (21) Training of L. Joyette in Diesel Mechanics ...
Other Charges 24.00 24.00 24.00 Increase $24.00
i i24.00 Increase $24.00'
24. 00 4.1









DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Heads and Subheada.


Origi
Estim
$


nal Actual Over the
ate Expenditure Estmate
$ 0 $ q


Under the Supplemen Not provided
Estimate Iary Votes for
$ $ $


32-COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT & WELFARE SCHEMES (Contd.)

D. 3446 (19) Training of S. Peters in Grafting and Budding
Subsistence Allowance
Other Charges ......


D. 3446 (22) Training of S. E. Joshua
Subsistence Allowance
Other Charges .....


D. 3446 (23) Training of A Lewis
Subsistence Allowance
Other Charges


D. 3446 (24) Training of Felix Spencer in Mental Nursing
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges



D. 3446 (52) Training of F. O. Mason in Prison Adminis-
tration
Subsistence Allowance .
Other Charges



D. 3446 (59) Training of C. J. Williams at E.C.F.I.
Maintenance
Subsistence Allowance
Other Charges


D. 3446 (60) Training of S. Christian in Fire Fighting
Methods


159.60 159.60 151.60
57.75 57.75 57.75

217.35 217.35 217.35


754.32 754.32 754.32
207.47 207.47 207.47

961.79 961.79 961.79

443.76 443.76 443.76
145.14 145.14 145.14

588.90 588.90 588.

74.46CR1 74.46


14.67

59.79cR



13.50
73.80

87.30


932.00
182.00
108.30

S 1,222.30 I

S- 238.80
238.80
--i


Increase $217.35


Increase $961.79




Increase $588.90


14.67 14.67

14.67 74.46 14.67. Decrease $59.79



13.50 .13.50
73.80 73.80

87.30 87.30 Increase $87.30


932.00 932.00
182.00 182.00
108.30 108.30

1,222.30 1,222.30 Increase $1,222.30

238.80 238.80 Increase $238.80


Remarks.


___C_ __





DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Original
Estimate


Heads and Subheads.


Actual
Expenditure
6


Under the Supplemen- Not provided
Estimate tary Votes for


32-COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT & WELFARE SCHEMES (Contd.)

D. 3446 (66) Training of Dr. Van't Riet
Subsistence Allowance ..... 155.40 155.40 155.40
Other Charges ... 118.20 118.20 118.20

273.60 273.60__ 273.60

D. 3446 (61) Training of R. M. Thomas in Fire Fighting
Methods ...... 110.60 110.60 110.60

D. 3545 Training of Surveyors-Passages.. 1.1 1 R. 1.16165
ge ...1161 65 1161 65 1.161.65 I


Increase $273.60


Increase $110.60

Increase $1,161.65


D. 3561 Training of Teachers at Erdiston (Administration) 5,280 1,551.80 3,728.20 __ Decrease $3,728.20

D. 3691 Environmental Sanitation Programme ...... 2C,726.14 26,726.14 0,00.00 S.W. No. 23. Net

D. 3735 (17) Training of R. Providence ..... 24.00 24.00 24.00 Increase $24.00

D. 3735 (20) Training of J. R. Williams 294.06 294.06 294.06 Increase $294.06


D. 3735 (28) Training of E. R. Hannaway
Subsistence Allowance "13.72 913.72 913.72
Other Charges 9.60 9.60 9.60

923.32 923.32 923.32 Increase $923.32

D. 3735 (35) Training of E. Mc.N. Nash ......116.40 116.40 116.40 Increase $116.40

D. 3735 (37) Training of C. St. Hilaire ...... 30.00 30.00 30.00 Increase $30.00

D. 3735 (38) Training of Cpl. T. Maloney ...... 24.00 24.00 24.00 Increase $24.00

D. 3735 (39) Training of E. F. Crick 186.00 186.00 186.00 Increase $186.00

D. 3735 (40) Training of G. Llewellyn 376.43 376.48 3768 Increase $376.48
D.37.4 375.48 I1,3.14 c s
D. 3735 (41) Training of E. H. Shortte 1,335.14 1,335.14 1,335.14 Increase $1,335.14


Increase $26,726 14


Remarks.


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DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1959.


Head and Bubheads.


Original Actual Over the Under the Supplemen INot provided!
Estimate Expenditure Estimate Esatinr-ate tary Votes for
$ $ S $


32-COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT & WELFARE SCHEMES (Contd.)

D. 3735 (51) Training of Constable 5. Richards ...... 153.02 153.02 153.02


D. 3735 (64) Training of T. A. Brow: e-Statistics
Other Charges


D. 3736 (4) Caribbean Vocational Training Scheme (Puerto
Rico)

D. 3741 (2) Training of Miss Norma Ince at U.C.W.I.

D. 3741 (3) Training of Mr. W. Baptiste at U.C.W.I.

D. 3741 (4) Training of Miss H. Broomes at U.C.W.I.....

D. 3741 (13) Training Miss J. Ballantyne at U.C.W.I.

D. 3822 Transport and Road Equipment

D. 3832 Hospital Development


R. 905 Arrowroot Research
Capital
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges




Total Colonial Development and Welfare


S1 155.70


Increase $153.02


155.70 155.70 Increase $155.70


1,462.40 1,462.40 1 1,432.40

904.00 904.00 904.00

550.80 550.80 550.80

562.80 562.80 562.80

654.00 654.00 654.00

17,656.42 17,656.42 17,656.42

8,685.75 8,685.75 8,685.75


Increase $1,462.40

Increase $504.00

Increase $550.80

Increase $562.80

Increase $654.00

Increase $17,658.42

Net Increase $8,685.75


9,600 7,042.22 2,557.78
12,970 9,035.34 3,934.66
S 6,240 8,227.88 1,987.88 1,987.88

28,810 24,305.44 1,987.88 i 6,492.44 1,987.88 Net Decrease $4,504.56


1,445.940 1,368,846.96 253,157.17 330,250.21 54,457.00 223,271.93
i ri- --


Examined,


Audit Office,
St. Vincent


GEOFFREY O. WHITTAKER,
Acting Principal Auditor,
Windward Islands.
10th February, 1961.


MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.


Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent, W.I.
6th January, 1961.


Remarks




















APPENDIX III.

ADVANCES IN ANTICIPATION OF LOANS

$ t
A/L. 1. Arrowroot Central Factory .. 336,000.00
2. Arrowroot Central Factory-Trading Ex-
penses .. 85,945.67
3. Kingstown New Market .. 96,000.00
4. Leeward Land Settlement Estates -
Cocoa Scheme .. 66,600.00
5. Paupers Institution Construction of
(Fairhall Homes) .. 92,490.17
6. Warehouses, Government Bonded .. 183,800.00
9. Redemption Sharpe Estate-Purchase of 62,400.00
10. Deep Water Quay-Survey Expenses .. 5,960.69
929,196.53




APPENDIX IV.


SAINT VINCENT.


STATEMENT OF PUBLIC DEBT OF THE COLONY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1959.


Description of Loan.


DEBENTURE HOLDERS.

Hydro-Electric Loan, 1949.






Water Supply Loan, 1949.


Rural
1950.


Water Supply Loan


COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT
AND WELFARE SCHEMES

Loan for Land Settlement
Canouan. (Scheme D 277).





Loan for purchase o0 Union
Estate, Bequla.
(Scheme D 20).


When incurred and for
what purpose.


In 1949, for development of
Hydro-Electric Power in Co-
lonarie River Valley, to sup-
ply Kingstown & Windward
Districts.



In 1949, for Water Supply to
Metropolitan Area, from
headwaters of the Yambou
River,




In 1950, tor extension of
Kingstown Water Scheme
to supply certain Rural
areas.


Provision for repayment
and Legal Authority.


Sinking Fund Contribution.
Loan Ordinance, 1948.





Sinking Fund Contribution.
Loan Ordinance. 1948.





Sinking Fund Contribution.
Loan Ordinance, 1940.


[n 1945 for purchase or Snagg First instalment of Loan for
Estate, Canouan, for Land 23 years, free of interest for
Settlement purposes. first three years. then re-
payable with interest at
31,'% by equated annuities
over a period of 20 years.

In 1943, for establishment of Loan for twenty-five year
a Leasehold Settlement at Repayable by equated an
Bequla. nuities with interest at 3%
per annum.


Carried forward


Amount of Rate of
Original Debt. Interest.


0

120,000.00







120,000.00






115,200.00






9,120.00






5,760.00


370,080.00


3s%







3%%










31,%


31&.%


Accumulated
Funds for
Redemption.


$ 4

31,377.74


31,382.80






10,742.60






Nil


Amount repaid.


$

7,500.00







7,500.00






Nil






4,238.50


3% NIl





73,503.14


Amount out-
standing at end
of year.


9 d

112,500.00







112,500.00






115,200.00






4,881.50






2,576.00





347,657.50


Rema.rs.


Both principal and interest
are charges on General
Revenue. Loan cxtinguish-
able in 1974.




Both principal and interest
are charges on General
Revenue. Loan extinguish-
able in 1974.



Both principal and interest
are charges on General
Revenue. Loan extinguish-
able in 1975.



Repayment commenced in
1949


Repayment commenced in
1944.


- r I- ---I ~-- -------------~---------


--~-----------.





STATEMENT OF PUBLIC DEBT OF THE COLONY AT 31ST DECEMBER. 1959.


Description of Loan.





GRAHAM BEQUEST.

Graham Bequest Loan, 1952.


ARNOS VALE.

Trustees-Arncs -Vale Estate
Loan.


When incurred and
what purpose.


In 1952 for
extension
Hospital.


for


the alteration &.
of the Colonial


Balance on Purchase Price of
Arnos Vale Estate.


Provision for repayment
and Legal Authority.


Brought forward.



Loan for twenty years. Re-


payable by equal a
stnlments.


Repayable within 5


Examined,


Amoun of----- -- CLLLL~~~~~


Amount of
Original Debt.


$ 0
S370,080.00


15,152.72


Rate oC
Interest.


Accumulated Amount out-
Funds for Amount repaid. standing at end
Redemption. of year.

s3 503.4 $ 4
73503.14 22,422.50 347,657.50


6,061.12


9,091.60


Remarks.


Both principal


and interest


annual in- are charges on general
Revenue.


years. 144,000.00 6% p.a. Nil Nil 144,000.00 Principal to be repaid from
proceeds of sale of land. In-
Sterest to be charged on
Si General Revenue.

Total .. 529,232.72 73,503.14 28,483.62 500,749.10



Certified correct.

MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.


GEOiFREY O. WHITTAW RT.
Acting Principal Auditor,
Wlindwar.7 .rr7 llr s.

Audit Office,
St. Vincent, W.I.
17th December. 1930.


'rrcasury,
St. Vincent, W.I.
7th December. 1960.


"~-YL`L~r~l---~---~- i I







SAINT VINCENT.


APPENDIX V.

STATEMENT OF LOANS REPAYABLE TO THE COLONY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 19b9.


To Whom Made




Agricultural Credit Societies
and Producers Association.



Calliaqua, Town of- ......


Cane Farmers Association


Chateaubeliar Town of- -

Cyril Samuel for artificial limb

Distressed Vincentians in Dutch
West Indies ......


Fishermen ..

Government Cotton Ginnery ......

Hurricane Loan

Malvern Sports Club -

Principal-Intermediate School

Students ....


Amount

$ E


285,014.61



480.00


1,728.34


420.00


3U0. DO


5,325.90


12,582.85

56,830.00

480.89

38.43


720.00

6,558.01


370,483.69


Date


1953/59



1950


1957


1953

1958


1957


1954/59

1959

1957

1957

1958

1956/59


Authority


Ordinance No. 1 of 1934



Governor


Administrator


Finance Committee

Finance Committee


Executive Council


Administrator

Governor General

Executive Council

Administrator

Administrator

Finance Committee


Amounts
Repaid
$ 4


101,678.44



384.00





360.00


1!


3,-35.43



380.89

35.48

200.00

960.00



07,604.21


Balances as at Rate of Interest and Terms of Repayment
31st Dec. 1959
$


183,336.17



96.00


1,728.34


CO.O0

3J4. 56


Loan bearing interest at 4V2% p.a. to be paid
within one year, except that a loan of $4,500.00
included therein and lent to the Rose Hall
Society is to be repaid within 5 years.
To be repaid by yearly instalments of $48-00.
Interest at 3% p.a.

To be repaid by the Association when negotia-
tions between Mt. Bentinck and Cane Farmers
Association have been finalised. Interest free.
Repayable by yearly instalments of $60.00. In-
te e.st free.
Repx.a able by monthly instahnents of $10.00 In-
terest free.


5,325.00 i:cli.elf granted to distressed Vinccntians in Aruba
Repayable by parties concerned. Interest free.

8,977.45 Equal quarterly instalment- over a period of
2 to 4 years. Interest freu.
53,830.00 Repayable in 10 years. Interest 5% p.a.

100.00 Repayable in three years by 12 equal quarterly
instalments of $50.00. Interest free.
2.95 Repayable by December, 1958. Interest free.

520.00 Repayable in five yearly instalments of $150.00
from 2nd Term 1958. Interest Free.
5,598.01 One loan repayable on return to Colony; the
other on termination of Scholarship. Interest
3% p.a.

262,879.48


I I I I j


TREASURY,
ST. VINCENT, W.I.
7th December, 1960.


Examined,


GEOFFREY O. WHITTAKER,
Acting Principal Auditor,
Windward Islands.
17th December, 1960.
Audit Offce,
St. Vincent, WJI.


MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.


_ _C__ ________ ___


__ _ I I


$ 0


I _










APPENDIX VI.


ST. VINCENT


ANNUAL ABSTRACT ACCOUNT



1959


1












THE TOTAL RECEIPTS AND


RECEIPTS.


1. Import Duties
2. Export Duties
3. Excise Duties
4. Other Duties
5. Licences
6. Taxes
7. Port Daes
8. Other Fees
9. Post Office
10. Telephones
11. Rent and Interests
12. Loans and Advandes,


Estimated
Receipts.


Repayments
wv Linds


Other Revenue.


$ e.
... 1,380,000.00
... 290,000.00
... 255,500.00
... 85.000.00
... 60,000.00
.. 512.500.00
32,000.00
... 182,890.00
... 120,000.00
... 10,020.00
51,100.00
189,200.00
: 6,300.00)

3,174,510.00


13A. Grant-in-Aid ... 1,364,000.00
14. Colonial Development & Welfare Schemes 1,445,940.00
1


5,984,450.00


TOTAL RIrVENUe


Authorised Advances

Deposits, Special Funds

Deposits, Other than Special Funds

Imprests

Investments

Joint Consolidated Fund

General Revenue Balance


Actual
Receipts.


C. $ C. $ ~:


5 c.
1,492,577.56
274,159.68
277,656.58
139,540.15
70,902.73
682.254.75
39,140.18
192,637.05
112,467.61
9,228.65
19,117.64
60,446.63
8,684.32

3,378,813.53



1,364,000.00
1,375,345.15


6,118,158.68


351,313.84

2,688.726.63

1,959,745.66

447,855.76

733.84

2,625,600.00

2,405.90

14,194.540.31


14,194,540.31


More than
Estimated.


$ c.
112,577.56

22,156.58
54,540.15
10,902.73
169,754.75
7.140.18
9,747.05




2,384.32

9,203.32


Less than
Estimated.


$ c.

15,840.32






7,532.39
791.35
31,982.36
128,753.37


184,899.79


70,594.85


389,203.32 255,494.64


AUDIT OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT, T.W.I.


Examined,
GEOFFREY O. WHITTAKER,
Acting Principal Auditor,
Windward Islands,
17th December, 1960.





I I I













PAYMENTS DURING THE YEAR 1959.


Estimated Actual More than Less than
AMEN. Payments. Payments. Estimated Estimated


1. Governor
2. Legislature
:3. Adrninistrttion
4. Agriculture
5. Audit
6. Central Housing Authority
7. Charitable
8. Customs and Excise
9. Education
10. Inland Revenue
11. Judicial
12. Libour
13. L:mds and Survey
14. Legal
14A. Loans anl Advances
15. Medical
16. Miscellaneous
17. Pensions
18. Police
19. Port and Marine
20. Post Office
21. Prisons
22. Public Debt
23. Public Library
24. Public Works Department
25. Public Works Recurrent
26. Pnhlic Works Extraordinary
28. Subventions
30. Telephones
31. Treasury






Other Expenditure.


32. Colonial Development and Welfare

TOTAL EXPENDITURE


Authorised Advances

Deposits, Special Fund

Deposits, Other than Special Fund

Imprests

Investments

Joint Consolidated Fund



Balance as at 1st January, 1959


Balance as at 31st December, 1959


S c.
21,800.00
63,880.00
193,700.00
167,560.00
28,27U.00
21,400.00
54.560.00
59,750.00
740,400.00
55,490.00
67.650.00
i.6,,S70.00(
42,741 .00
11,420 100
21)6.40.0 i00
748.5,i0. I'
155,,350.00
1.39,d3'i.00
282.9(l .00
9.551.).0
72.430.00

97,68il. )
13,26oi.00
140,030.00
480.21 1.('0
2.Y7.540.0fl
19 i,7 l.0)
39.440.100
79,730.( 0

4.,53-0,510.00


... 1,445,940.00

- 5,984,450.00


a c.
16,257.071
56,538.56
184,315.7-1
311,631.19
23,085.00
19,517.27
53,394.94
55.210.64
714,480.56
61,180.35
62,579.71
17.619.76
37.194.0o2
15 l.937.t9i
676.820.5i
191, 1.33
175,513.11
275.'17.15;
2, 5)91. 6
77,471.10
73,.'1 7.45
75,029.36
11,0.M.20
135,9l44.2.31
508.3.: 5.801
246,311.] 1
187.247.58
3:3.252.49
73,384.62

4,525,223.64







1,368,846.96


5,894,073.60


427,163.11

2,32b,406.65

1,714,380.05

447,855.76

83,138.27

2,995,200.00

13,885,217.44

69,885.79


239,437.08


14.194,540.31


144,071.19





5,690.35

749.78




3S,831.33
35,713.11


5,041.10




28,145.80





258.242.66


5 c.
5,542.93
7,341.44
9,384.28

5,185.0
1,882.73
1,165.06
4,539.36
25,919.42

5,070.29

,,645.18
336.64
51,.4;2.01
71,759.48


7.842.85
6,95S.39

4.362.55
22,650.64
2,171.80
4,085.77

11,224.89
4,462.42
6,187.51
6.345.38
271,526.02







9304


258.242.66 348.619.06


4t co to












CIS c
S ,

com


TREASURY CHAMBERS.
ST. VINCENT. T.W.I.

7th Decemb'er, 1960.


MOULTON V. WILLIA MS, ,
Acting Accountant General.














APPENDIX VII.

DETAILED STATEMENT OF GENERAL DEPOSITS AS AT
31ST DECEMBER, 1959.


MISCELLANEOUS


Debits
$


Folio No.


A. 6.
8.
9.
B. 1.
3.
5.
10.
15.

C. 3.
4.
5.
7.
12.
13.
14.
15.
D. 1.
2.
3.
5.
12.
E. 1.
6.
7.
F. 1.
3.
G. 1.
2.
10.
11.
15.
H. 1.
3.
5.
6.
7.
I. 1.
2.
3.
5.
J. 3.
L. 1.
2.
4.
M. 1.
3.
5.
8.
N. 1
2.
0. 1.

P. 2.
3.
4.
6.
8.
12.
18.


Credits
$

122.54
1,172.85
1,321.02
14.97
1.89
87.75


American Life Insurance Co.
Alexis, Dr. F. C.
Acquisition Land-Mrs. Ollivierre
British Preferential Tariff
Barbados Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Browne, David H.
Bain Gray Prize Fund
British Guiana and Trinidad Life Insur-
ance Co.
Colonial Life Insurance Co.
Confederation Life Assurance Co.
Cambridge Local S.C. & H.S.C. Fees
Customs Sales
Corbeau Town Housing Scheme
Chester Cottage Housing Scheme
Chaudhuri, Dr. S. K.
Carribbean Currency Board
Distressed Emigrants' Fund-old a/c ..
Distressed Emigrants' Fund-new a/ ..
Drivers' Examination Fees
Demerara Mutual Life Assurance Society
Dellimore, C.
Examination of Passenger Boats
East Africa W. & 0. Pension Scheme .
Emmanuel High School
Fees, Government Housing Loans Board..
Fees, Intermediate School
Games Fees, Girls' High School
Games Fees, Grammar School
Giles, A. F.
Grammar School Laboratory
Goodluck, Ruby A. (of Curagao)
Hurricane Relief Fund
Hire of Bulldozer
Haywood Bank ..
Heasman, Robert B.
Hospital Comforts Fund
Import Duty
Inspection Fee, Motor Vehicles
Insurance Government Schools
Insurances
Jackson, Milton & Vivian
Land and House Tax Sales
London B.A. and LL.B. Examination Fees
Linley, Donald
Musgrave Prize Fund
Mancini, G. V.
Manufacturers Life Insurance Co.
Mount Bentinek Housing Scheme
Neehall, B. R.
Non-Residents' Fees Public Library
Operating Expenses, Biabou Arrowroot
Factory '.-X
Port Elizabeth Extension Fund
Private Latrine Programme
Police Canteen Fund
Paul, Beryl
Public Assistance Officer
Police Sports Fund
Palmer, Dr. Thornton L

Carried Forward


77.51





27.00
11.55

99.40








.52


219.61


.10
1,648.78
193.08
2.90
9.13


8,700.00

28.80

11,230.70
5,630.08
2,729.82
37.57
14.88
10.00

120.00

85,761.79


24.61
18.47
67.24
316.68
126.24
7,500.00
3,000.00
72.00
5,350.00
693.64
426.00
392.10
3.77
7.50
88.19'
32.00
28.00
5,673.79
8.43
575.74
121.49
144.00
25.00
3.36
16,586.97
3.18
1,541.58
384.00
905.04
8,052.79
96.30
420.00













MISCELLANEOUS


R. 1.
2.
2.
4.
8.
9.
10.
S. 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
10.
12.
17.

28.
29.
T. 5.
U. 1.
2.
W. 4.
11.
12.
Y. 2.


Brought Forward
Raw Cotton Commission
Recruitment Workers, U.S.A.
Royal Society of Arts Examination
Redemption Sharpe Estate
Railton, C. W.
Robinson, C. R. I.
Remittance from C.D.C.
Suitors' Money, P.M. 1 D.
Suitor's Money, P.M. 2 D.
Suitors' Money, P.M. 3 D.
Suitors' Money, Registrar Supreme Court
Suspense Account
Scholarship Fund-0. D. Brisbane
Swisterski, K. P ..
Sight Entries
St. Lucia General Life Insurance Co.
Snagg Estate, Deposit on Lot of Land by
P. A. DeRoch6
Smart, V. P.
Sloop "Endeavour Linda"
Timm, James (L. & H. Tax)
Unpaid Salaries Account
Use of Crane
Webb, R. A. J.-Family Remittance
Wrecks, Receiver of
Wreck-"Yasme II
Young's Island Deposits

Totals


ADMINISTRATIONS.
G. 3. Government of Antigua
4. ,, British Guiana.
5. ,, Jamaica
6. ,, St. Kitts-Nevis
7. ,, Trinidad and Tobago
8. ,, ,, Barbados
9. ,, ,, Montserrat
13. ,, ,, British Honduras
14. ,, ,, Virgin Islands
16. ,, ,, Federal West Indies


Folio No.


228.45
79.78
2,032.94
.65
1,243.55
226.40
48.00
40.00
187.61
30.00

269.01 172,959.89


4,467.33
255.57
8,753.88
1,145.27
215,150.41
6,973.41
23 84
.01
.7.81
949.07

.01 237,726.59


Miscellaneous:


Administrations:


SUMMARY.
Total Credits
Less Debits

Total Credits
Less Debits


.. $172,959.89
269.01 172,690.88

237,726.59
.01 237,726.58

410,417.46


MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.


Examined,

GEOFFREY O. WHITTAKER,
Acting Principal Auditor,
a Windward Islands.
Audit Office,
St. Vincent, W.I.
17th December, 1980.


Treasury Chambers,
St, Vincetit, W.I.
7th December, 196b0


De


bits Credits
$ 0 $ 0
219.61 85,761.79
6,805.10
12,729.21
24.72
6,640.82
72.00
132.00
43,200 00
484.09
744.26
71.16
471.85
4,798.25
10.68
33.96
6,910.62
1.40













APPENDIX VIII.

DETAILED STATEMENT OF ADVANCES AS AT 31ST DECEMBER,
1959.


Folio No.


PUBLIC OFFICERS

ADMINISTRATIONS


Debit Credit
$ 0 $
. 228,326.89. 181.01


Government
,,
,,
,1

r,,
,,

,,
,,


,,
,,
,,
,,
,,


of Antigua
, Barbados
, British Guiana
, British Honduras
, Jamaica
, Montserrat
, St. Kitts-Nevis
,, Trinidad & Tobago
,, British Solomon Islands.
, Ghana
, British Virgin Islands
, Uganda
, Zanzibar
, Federal


OTHER ADVANCES


Air Ministry
Banana Growers Association
Banana Shed
Colonial Office
Caribbean Currency Board
Establishment-Pre-Federal
Fertiliser-Purchase of
Hazell, John H. Sons & Co. Ltd.
Ministry of Pensions
Paymaster General-H.M.
Purchase of Fertiliser
Suspense A/c
Tuition Fees, Surveyors
War Graves
West Indies Commissioner


SUMMARY


Public Officers
Administrations
Other Advances
Advances in Anticipation of Loans


1,319,601.39


MOULTON V. WILLIAMS.
Acting Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
Examined, St. Vincent, W.I.
7th Decembr, 1960.
GEOFFREY O. WHITTAKER,
Acting Principal Auditor,
Windward Islands.


Audit Office,
St. Vincent, W.I.
17th December, 1980.


G. 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
9.
11.
17.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.


2,939.36
3,333.40
1,078.77
.01
23.06
179.02
1.117.53
20,093.04
2,078.70
1,273.54
39.87
422.40
408.00
9,778.73

42,739.46


$ .
221.76
74,305.06
189.10
2,863.38
485.18
409.59
12,513.90
8.05
1,935.58
25.32
23,285.43
614.81
840.00
171.60
1,620.76

119,489.52


A. 3.
B. 2.
3.
C. 2.
7.
E. 11.
F. 1.
H. 12.
M. 1.
P. 2.
10.
S. 1.
T. 6.
W. 7.
9.


$ 0


$
228,145.88
42,769.46
119,489.52
929,196.53








APPENDIX IX.

STATEMENT OF THE ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF THE COLONY OF SAINT VINCENT AS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1959.


$ 4 $ 4


1958
$


Other than Special Funds-
Controller Supplies Trading
Sundry Deposits
Grenada Inwards
Less: Grenada Outwards


Less:-
Dominica Outwards 12,054 81
Less Dominica
Inwards 1,162 49


St. Lucia Outwards 7;853 96
Less St. Lucia
Inwards 7,687 39


Post Office Account

Colony Reserve Fund


DEPOSITS:-
Special Funds-
Bain Gray Prize
Banana Growers-Price Stabilisation
C.D.W. Schemes
Cotton Working A/c
Cotton Factory Depreciation
Fairhall Trust
Graham Bequest
Hayward X-Ray
Home Fund
Motor Launch Depreciation
Musgrave Prize
Marriaqua Village Council
Permanent Investment Eruption
Savings Bank
Simmons Bequest
Sugar Industry-Labour Welfare
Price Stabilisation
Reh Ljilitation
Soil Conservation
Troumaca Village Council
Towns-Barrouallie
Calliaqua
Georgetown


Less:-
Bequia District Council
Central Housing & Planning
Towns-Chateaubelair
Layou


877 96'
46,789 16
156,903 2U
4,336 35
343 26
12,469 95
8,712 57
163 02
16,680 84
1,250 00
447 18
3,300 07
60,000 00
684,613 26
757 14
30,312 82
24 76
12,651 35
4,220 53
143 53
3,307 16
5,222 08
1,120 22

1,054,646 41



26,713" 52

1,027,932 89


1958
$
1,243,752






48,628


732,644


AUTHORIZED ADVANCES:

CASH:-
Barclays Bank
Crown Agents Current
Sub-Accountants
Sub Accountants Remittances
Treasury

INVESTMENTS:-
Bain Gray Prize
Cotton Factory Depreciation
Graham Bequest
Home
Motor Launch Depreciation
Musgrave Prize
Permanent Investment Eruption
Reserve Fund-Colony
Simmons Bequest
Savings Bank

Sugar Industry:-
Price Stabilisation
Rehabilitation
Labour Welfare


19,507 GENERAL REVENUE BALANCE-


16,251 86
410,417 46
31,065 70
6,631 04 24,434 66

451,103 98


10,892 32


166 57


128,197 28 139,256 17 311,847 81
.


1,280,114 OVERDRAFT:-
C.A. Joint Consolidated Fund


GENERAL REVENUE BALANCE:-
Surplup and Defiait a/ (1B69)
Appreciation of Investments


Less:-
Balance at 1.1.59.


1,339,780

35,322


792,900 00


.. 24,08 -08
S 2,405 98

226,498 98

.. 19,06 47 206,984 51

2,374,087 38 2,044,531


NOTES as at 31st December, 1989.
1. The Public Debt (not recorded in the above Liabilities) stood at $50Q,749.10 and the Accumulated Funds foir Redemption at $73,503.14. The Fund for Redemption of the
Kingstown Town Board Market Loan (not yet raised) stood at $30,094.29.
2. Advances in anticipation of loan which amounted to $929,196.53 are included in the item "Authorised Advances".
3. Loans from Revenue repayable to the colony amounted to $262,879.48.
4. The sum of $392,988.96 (not recorded in the above Assets) was due to the Colony by H.M. Government for reimbursement 1if C.D.W. Schemes expenditure.

Examined,
MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General


GEOFFREY 0. WHITTAKER,
Acting Principal Audifor, Windward Islands.
17th Deceinber, 1960.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
SAINT VINCUNT. W.T
7th December, 1960.


2,834 90
19,319 84
1,811 24
2,747 54


$ 4




184,424 76
1,633 42
15,072 88
461 27
37,844 75



716 94
343 26
8,712 57
15,726 96
1,250 00
298 86
51,841 12
34,542 36
179 16
684,032 64


24 76
16,321 52
1,058 76


729,095

35,322


$ 0

1,319,601 39






239,437 08


815,048 91









































2,374,087 38


$



184,424 76
1,633 42
15,072 88
461 27 r
37,844 75



716 94
343 26
8,712 57
15,726 96
1,250 00
298 86
51,841 12
34,542 36
179 16
684,032 64


24 76
16,321 52
1,058 76












APPENDIX X.
SAINT VINCENT.
STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS AS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1959.


Particulars.


Redeml
tionn Dat


Special Funds
Bain Gray Prize
Federated Maiaya 3 per cent Stock


Cotton Factory Depreciation
St. Vincent Government Savings Bank 21%


Graham Bequest
St. Vincent Government Savings Bank 21%


Home
East Africa High Commission 4 Stock ..
Malaya 3 per cent Stock ...


Motor Launch Depreciation
St. Vincent Government Savings Bank 2Q%


Lady Musgrave Prize
Malaya 3 per cent Stock


Permanent Investment Eruption
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock


Colony Reserve
Australia 3j per cent Stock
Conversion Stock 31 per cent Stock
East Africa High Commission 3 Z Stock...
Exchequer 2 per cent Stock
Kenya 21 per cent Stock
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock ...
Ditto 3 ,, ,,
Ditto 3 ,, ,,


Simmon Bequest
St. Vincent Government Savings Bank 2j%


Sugar Industry Price Stabilisation
Crown Agents Joint Miscellaneous Fund...


Sugar Industry Rehabilitation
Crown Agents Joint Miscellaneous Fund...


1974/76


1973/76
1974/76








1974/76



1965/75



1961/66
1969
1968/70
1960
1971/76
1955/65
1960/70
1965/75


Market Value
Face Value. at 31st Decem-
e. ber, 1959.

s. d. a. d.


2S1]. 5 7 149 7
=$716.91


71 10 3 71 10 3
=$343.26


1,'15 2 4' 1,815 2 4
=$8,7 12.57


13,750 0 0 2,793 15 0
715 2 4 482 14 0
4,465 2 4 3,276 9 0
=$15,7(26.96

260 8 4 260 8 4
=$1,250.00


92 4 10 62 5 3
=$298.86


13,935 15 9 10,800 4 8
=-$51,841.12


516 3 5 467 3 8
646 8 11 578 11 4
39 9 S 30 4 1
1,464 15 4 1,464 18 4
350 16 9 226 5 10
2.215 8 9 2,049 5 7
1,57 8 5 8 1,309 19 6
1,380 11 11 1,069 19 2
8,192 3 5 7,196 6 6
--$34,542.36

37 6 6 37 6 6
=$179.16


5 3 2 5 3 2
=24.76


3,400 6 4 3,400 6 4
=16,321 .52












Make Vau


Redemp-Market Value
iedemp- Face Value. at 31st Decem-
ton Date ber, 1958.


Sugar Industry Labour Welfare
Crown Agents Joint Miscellaneous


Savings Bank
Australia 3- per cei
ido. 3 ,,
do. 3- ,, ,,
do. 4j ,,
British Electric 41 per ce
do 3 ,, ,
do. 31 ,, ,
Rritish Gas 4 per ce


it Stock


It


stock
Stock


nt Stock


Conversion 4j per cent Stock ..
do. 41 ,,,,
Consols 4 per cent Stoc
East Africa High Commission 41Z Stock...
Essex 3- per cent Stock ...
Federated Malay States 3 per cent
Funding Stock 3 per cent
Kenya 2' per cent Stock
do. 4 ,, ,
Mauritius 3j per cent Stock ...
Nigeria 3- per cent Stock
New Zealand 3j per cent "A" Stock ...
Northern Rhodesia 31 per cent Stock ..
Savings Bonds 2; per cent Stock
do. 3 ,, ,,
do. 3 ,, ,,
do. 3 ., ,, ,, ..
Shetfield 31 per cent Stock ...
Tanganvika 3' per cent Stock ...
Trinidad 3 per cent Stock .
War Loan . per cent Stock
Joint Consolidated Fund



Sinking Funds
Hydro-Electric Loan, 1949


British Gas
Conversion
East Africa
East Africa
East Africa
Jamaica
Kenya
Kenya
Nigeria
Savings Boi
Tanganyika
Uganda
Uganda


4 per cent Stock
5 per cent Stock
'High Commission 3iZ St
High Commission 4% Stc
High Commission 4% St
3 per ceu n Stock
21 per cent Stock
4- per cent Stock
3- per cent Stock
ids 3 per cent Stock
44 per cent Stock
31 per cent Stock
41 per cent Stock


Fund....


1965/69
1975/77
1961/66
1960/62
1967/69
1968/73
1976/79
1969/72
1962
1964
1957
1964/69
1952/72
1960/70
1959/69
1971/76
1971178
1957/62
1964/66
1962/65
1955/65
1964/67
1955/65
1960/70
1965/75
1968
1970/73
1958/68
1952







1969/72
1974
1966/68
1968/71
1973/76
1958/68
1971/76
1971/78
1964/16
1965/75,
1967/72
196/669
1968/73


ock
)ck
)ck


s. d.
220 11 6



1,000 0 0
2,659 15 9
1,500 0 0
10,000 0 0
2,043 1 6
4,269 10 7
12,193 4 7
-2,622 4 0
9,314 14 1
29,290 19 6
1,630 7 5
20,000 0 0
1,185 5 10
2,013 3 0
3,486 4 11
686 5 5
10,000 0 0
598 10 1
151 14 3
587 6 4
951 5 0
3,279 16 8
1,000 0 0
8,996 11 0
8,827 12 10
1,000 0 0
19,223 13 8
1,210 11 10
3.988 4 1
1,076 16 10
164,786 19 2


133 14 1
60 11 0
702 8 9
201 11 0
135 8 0
668 19 5
221 10 8
694 11 9
704 17 11
2,457 3 5
696 15 4
39 5 7
830 4 6


s. d,
220 11 6
$1,058.76


835 0 0
1,954 18 5
1,357 10 0
10,000 0 0
S1,991 19 11
3,394 5 2
9,693 12 4
2,373 1 .
9,407 17 0
29,290 19 6
1,190 3 5
17,300 0 0
971 18 9
1,519 18 6
2,963 6 2
442 12 11
7,850 0 0
574 11 3
126 13 7
528 11 8
822 16 7
2,787 17 2
925 0 0
7,467 2 8
6,841 8 5
880 0 0
14,321 12 10
1,004 15 9
2,612 5 5
1,076 16 10
142,506 16 0
=$684.032.64

Cost Price


121
60
720
200
100
677S
176
700
663
1,701
596
34
788


6,537 0 7


6,537 0 7
-S 31,377.74


, Particulars.


7,453 1 51

















Kingstovm Town Board Market Loan


British Iklearicity
British (;:is
East Afi'ia High
East Africa High
Gol]1 Coast
Savings Bonds
SavinYgs Boids


3 iper cent Stock
4 per cent Stock
Coiinuission 4% Stock
Commission 4% Stock
41 per cent Stock
3 per cent Stock
3 per cent Stock


Redemp-
tion Date.



19ii8/73
.... 1969/72
. 1968/71
... 1973/76
19c0/70
1960/70
... 1965/75


Face


Value.


ii,.i (L


Cost Price.


Z s. d.


441 9 2 532 12 7
2,750 0 8 2,447 19 0
1,117 18 6 1,110 18 9
415 13 1 512 4 7
284 13 14 234 17 0
386 13 4 309 0 7
1,662 10 4 1.322 0 0
7,06! 18 5 i, (;!, 12 6
=_3(0,J04.20


Rural Water Supply Loan, 1950
Aden 4- per cent Stock
British Electricity 3- per cent Stock
British Electricity 4- per cent Stock
British Gas 4 per cent Stock
British Transport 4 per cent
East Africa High Commission 4% Stock
Kenya 2 per cent Stock
Mauritius 4A per cent Stock
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock
Trinidad 4 per cent Stock
Uganda 4A per cent Stock


9-. 1972/74
... 1976/79
" 1974/79
... 1969/72
...1 1972/77
... 1973/76
... 1971/76
... 1972/77
1965/75
1973/76
.... 1968/73


Water Supply Loan 1949
British Gas 4 per cent Stock ... 1969/72
Conversion 51 per cent Stock .. 1974
East Africa High Commission 3J Stock... 1966/68
East Africa High Commission 4Z Stock ... 1968/71
East Africa High Commission 4% Stock... 1973/76
Jamaica 3I per cent Stock ... 1958/68
Kenya 21 per cent Stock ... 1971/76
Kenya 4* per cent Stock ... 1971/78
Nigeria 3j per cent Stock .. 1964/66
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock ... 1965/75
Uganda 3 per cent Stock ... 1966/69
Tanganvika 4- per cent Stock ... 1967/72
Uganda 4- psr cent Stock ... 1968/73


491 0 21
356 0 2
10 10 9
25 2 r,
7"'2 1 1 7
32- 15 4
391 16 4
265 13 5
48 7 8
9 3 1
5 10 6
2,650 11 61


481 5 0
252 10 4
10 12 4
2:1 17 7
602 8 6
309 0 6
252 14 5
256 7 7
36 17 3
9 9 4
5 50
.2,238 0 10


=$10,742.60


139 14 1 121 4 0
61 13 8 61 16 9
702 8 9 720 1 9
201 11 0 200 6 11
192 5 11 142 6 0
668 19 5 673 3 10
221 10 8 176 6 8
694 11 9 700 10 1
704 17 1' 663 q 8
2,455 12 '2 1,700 5 5
89 5 6 34 11 4
596( 15 4 596 8 5
780 7 8 747 10 10
7,459 13 10 6.538 1 f


S= 31,38-2.80


Particulars.












SUMMARY OF INVESTMENTS


Market Value.


Colony RIeserve Fund
Special Furnds


s. d. S c.
7,196 6 6 = 34,542 36
162,605 10 7 = 780,506 55


Public Debt-Sinking Funds .
Kingstown Town Board Market Loan
Sinking Fund ...


Cost Price
15,313 3 1

6,269 12 6 =


73,503 14

30,094 20


Total Investments


Examined,

GEOFFREY 0. WHITTAKER,
A cting Principal Auditor,
Vi"indward Islands. T
17th December, 1960.


191,384 12 8 =$918.646- 25


MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
Sr. VINCENT, W.I.,


7th December, 1960.
AUDIT OFFICE.
St. Vincent.









SAINT VINCENT.


APPENDIX XI.


STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS, ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER 1959.


Balances as at 1st January
1959 .... ...... .

Receipts during 1959 .... .... Nil


Payments during 1959 .._


Appreciation ,
Depreciation of Investments Nil

Balances as at 31st December
1959 ...... ......


Investments held at Market
Price ..... ... ...- Nil

Cash in Hands of Treasurer


Cash due to Treasurer -

Balances as at 31st December
1959 ....


Nil


Anti- Bain Gray Barrouallie Bequia Banana Calliaqua
Treponemo- Prize Fund. Town Fund. District Growers Assc. Town Fund
tosis Deposit. Council. Price
Stabilisation.

S4I $4 $4 $ $4 $4

904.50 2,309.88 2,702.48 DR, 13,498.00 4,335.99

Nil 5,323.67 15,674.62 33,291.16 4,668.65
904.50 7,633.55 12,972.14 46,789.16 9,004.64

4,326.39 15,807.04 3,782.53
904.50 3,307.16- 2,834.90 DR 46,789.16 5,222. 0a

Nil 26.54
___ __I_ _._(~ __1~____


877.96 3,307.16



Nil 716.94


1 161.02


Chateaubelair
Town Fund.



$ 4

146.05 Dr

5,104.94
4,958.89

6,770.13
1,811.24 DR


2,834.90 DR 46.789.16 5,222.08 1,811.24 DR


3,307.16 46,789.16 5,222.08


S 2,834.90


Totals.


$

18,199.84

64,063.04
82,262.88

30,686.12
51,576.76


- 26.54


51,550.22


716.94


I


161.02P


1--~ 111



















STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS, ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TR


Balances as at 1st Januar
1959 ...... ...... ......

Receipts during 1959......


Payments duririg 1959


Appreciation of Investme
Depreciation )


Colonial Central
Develop. & Cotton Cotton Cotton Housing & C
Welfare Working Factory Growers Planning
Schemes. Account. Depreciation. Association. Authority.

S $ .$ -$ 4 ~ 4~
y I I
S 97,417.33 223,293.08 .r. 3,4.91 3,226.10 26,698.89 na

S1,25,518.82 831099.97 .35 4,60.86 26,407.21
1,392,936.15 007,806.89 343.26 7,024.96 291.68 DR

.. 1,236,032.95 603,470.54 i 7,924.96 19,028.16
156,903.20 4,336.35 343.26 19,319.84 Drj

itsI


Balances as at 31st December
1959 ...... ...... ...... ...... 156,903.20


Investments held at Market
Price ........ ...

Cash in Hands oa Treasurer


,EASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER 1959.



anmdcn Park Cotton Pest Cocoa Fair Hall
Deposit Deposit Development Trust Fund. Totals.
Account. Account. Scheme.


$ t


i8,UU3.58
28,0i1~.b8

28,61:3.53


4,336.35 343.26 19,310.84 D
__ I


156,903.20 4,336.35


Cash due to Treasurer

Balances as at 31st December
1959 ...... ...... ...... ..... 156,903.20


4.336.35


343.26


343.26


19,319.84


19,319.84 DR


$ 4 $ $

149,013.63 DR

Nil 3,841. 2 14,028.77 [ 2,203,617.18
3,841.62 14,028.77 2,054,603.55

3,841.62 1,558.82 1,899,870.63
12,469.95 154,732.92


Nil


Nil


12,469.95




12,469.95





12,469.95


154,732.92


343.26

173,709.50


19,319.84


154,732.92


~~


II


------ -- ------ -- --- ---- ------


_


_


19,319.84










STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS, ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER 1959.


Livestock
Graham Georgetown Hayward Home Fund. Layou Improvement
Bequest Fund. X-Ray Fund. Town Fund. Deposit
Fund. Account.


Balances as at 1st January
1959 ...... ...... ...... ..... 7,637.95 1,118.86 163.02 16,805.18 2,377.01 DR 11.40

Receipts during 1959 ...... .... 1,074.62 6,408.88 822.96 4,991.86
^""--^*ST^^^S--~~- --SS3 "S3-- - -7 --- ^ ^ ^~~ I _ . .


Payments during 1959



Appreciation)
Depreciation of Investments

Ealances as at 31st December


Investments held at Market
Price ...... -

Cash in Hands of Treasurer


Cash due to Treasurer -

Balances'as at 31st December
1950 ..... ...... .- ... ...


7,527.74
,0407. 152
0.407.52


I -- .-... -- I


8,712.57


8,712.57


8,712.57


8,712.57


1,120.22


1,120.22


13.U02


163.02


163.02


1,120.22 163.02


1.120.22


163.02


17,628.14

411.48
17,216.66


- 535.82


16,680.84


15,726.96

953.88


16.680.84


2,614.t5b

5,362.39
2,747.54 DR






2,747.54 Dri


2,747.54


11.40

11.40


Motor Launch
Depreciation
Fund.



1,219.53

30.47
1,250.00


1,250.0C


1,250.00


1,250.00


Mu
Prize


grave Marriaqua
Fund. Village Totals.
Council

S $ -

458.24 2,285.58 27,322.75

2,264.99 15,593.78
453.24 4,550.57 : 42,916.53

1,250.50 13,443.29
458.24 3,300.07 9,473.24


- 11.06



447.18


298.86

148.32


1250 0 3300,07
. .--- -


546.88

-A-
3,300.07 28,926.36


25,988.39

3,300.07 5,685.51


2,747.54


3 f30ln 7 2n o92 3c


-- --


- I- -- --I I


I 163.02


*------


,


------ I --~---i------ I


8,'12.57


2.747.54 D-


1.250.00


447 18











ATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS, ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER 195).


Graham
Bequest
Fund.


Balances as at 1st January
1959 ...... ...... ...... ...... 7,637.95

Receipts during 1959 ..... ..... 1,074.62
8,712.57

Payments during 1959 ...
8,712.57

Appreciation
Depreciation of Investments


Eahlnces as at 31st December
1950 ...... .... .... -.. 8,712.57

Investments held at Market
Price ...... .. . 8,712.57

Cash in Hands of Treasurer


Cash due to Treasurer -

Balances'as at 31st December
1950 .... ...... .... ..- .- 8,712.57


Georgetown Hayward
Fund. X-Ray Fund.


$ -

1,118.86 163.02

6,408.88


7,527.74

0,407.52
1,120.22


1,120.22


163.02


163.02


163.02


1,120.22 163.02


1.120 22


163.02


Livestock
Home Fund. Layou Improvement Motor Launch
Town Fund. Deposit Depreciation
Account. Fund.

$ $ $ ,

16,805.18 2,377.01 DR 11.40 1,219.53

822.96 4,991.86 _30.47
17,628.14 2,614.85 11.40 1,250.00

411.48 5,362.39 11.40
17,216.66 2,747.54 DR 1,250.03


535.82


16,680.84


15,726.96

953.88


l6a680 84


2,747.54 DE








2,747.54


2,747.54 D-


1,250.00


1,250.00


1,250.00


Musgrave
Prize Fund.





458.24


453.24


458.24


11.06



447.18


298.86

148.32






447.18


Marriaqua
Village Totals.
Council.


$

2,285.58 27,322.75

2,264.99 15,593.78
4,550.57 42,.53

1,250.50 13,443.29
3,300.07 29,473.24


546.88



3,300.07 28,926.36


25,988.39

3,300.07 5,685.51
I''--------3


2,747.54


3,300.07 28,923.36


- -- I-~- ~-~---`- ---I 1


i-I- --i I--


I


--C --


-I I -t _


I


.i_


_11


I _


I_ )


--


-1


--


-I -~


1 2,021
-,


STJ



















3BTATLMnilNT OF SPECIAL FUNDS, ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER 1959.
--' I


Permanent
Investment
Eruption Fund.


Balanuees at 1st January
1959 .... .. ....

Receipts during 1959 -


Payments during 1959


Appreciation I
Depreciation of tnvtments

Balances as at 31st DBember
1959 ...... ..... .. ...


Investments held at Market
Price .... .. .. ...

Cash in Hands of Treasurer

Cash due to Treasurer


Balances as at 31st December
1959 .... .


60,000.00


60,000.00


Pauls Lot Peniston
Deposit Deposit
Account. Account.



Nil Nil

Nil Nil


Savings Bank.





665,624.15

378,408.84
1,044,032.99

364.936 79


---- --i 68.0. wr nn .' I ,'J, '7
60,000. 679,096.20 757.14 30,312.82 24.76 12,651.35 782,842.27


Nil Nil + 5,517.06 + 5,517.06


60000. 00 __ 684,813.26 757.14 30,312.82 24.76 12,651.35 788,359.33



51,841.12 684j32.04 179.16 1,058.76 24.76 16,321.52 753,457.96

8,158.88 Nil Nil 580.62 577.98 29,254.06 38,571.54


3,670.17 3,670.17


Simmons
Bequest
Fund.

$ 5

752.79

4.35


4.3 5,70.8 6,30.8 8,800


757.14


Sugar
Industry-
Labour
Welfare.



25,291.00

5,706.82


Sugar
Industry- I Sugar
Price I Industry-
Stabilisation. Rehabilitation.

$ $

23.88 4,801.31

6,300.88 8,680.04


6,324.76

Rfi300 on


33,481.35

83n nn


Totals.


$ 0

756,493.13

399,100.93


S1,155,594.0


up6000 w iu.. u i .-..-IJU a..L00 dUMO 'at aI_ *IIojjJJ
alT;0&6 adA 412.010 n zzoun do~ a 1flv 0


rrar tj


9 no


naoscrr 99


,


685.00


QarQ~ I


rn ecr sc


noI~e -' K!


00.000,:0







STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS, ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER 1959.


Soil
Conservation.


Troumaca
Village
Council.


$ $
Balances as at 1st January
1959 ...... ...... ..... ...... 9,404.42 206.40

Rcceipz during 1959 ...... ...... 5,809.01 1,325.63
15,213.43 1,532.03
PLayments during 1959 ..... 10,992.90 1,388.50
4,220.53 143.53
Appreciation of Investments
DepreciationI

Bilancce as at 31st December
1 59 ...... ...... -... . 4,220.53 143.53

In-vcstmcnts held at Market
Price ...... .....

Cash in Hands of Treasurer 4,220.53 143.53

C (~. due to Treasurer

B:-=lances as at 31st December
1 59 ......... .... 4,220.53 143.53


I._ .1


Tct.:l : Balances at 31. 12. 59.

iPaLM 1 ...... -....- -
PFa, 2 ...... -... -
Page 3 .... ..... -
Pag ..I.. .. -. -
PagE; 5 ..... .


SUMMARY:
Total Investments at 31. 12. 59.


$ t
51,550.22
154,732.92
28,926.36
788,359.33
4,364.06

1,027,932.89


Examined,


Page 1..
Page 2 -
Page 3 .....
Page 4 -
Page 5


$ 0
713.94
4",."6
25.908.39
753.457.96


780,506.55


Net Cash Balance in Hand of Treasurer.

$ <
Page 1 ....... 50,833.28
Page 2 -. .. 154,389.66
Page 3 ... .. ...... 2,937.97
Page 4 .... ... 34,901.37
Page 5 .... ......... ..... 4,364.06

247,426.34


Audit Office,
St. Vincent, W.I.


GEOFFREY O. WHITTAKER,
Acting Principal. Auditor,
Windward Islands.
17th December, 1960.


TREa '-rv
St. Vincent, W.I.
7th December, 1960.


MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.


Totals.


$

9,610.82

7,134.64
16,745.46
12,381.40
4,364.06


4,364.06


4,364.06



4,364.06


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APPENDIX


XII.


Statement of Balances (Excluding Special Funds) of the Colony of Saint Vincent as at 31st December, 1959.


1.958











66,482


35,322

1,280,114


$ c.


... $ 10,S92 32
... 128.197 28
... 166 57


Colony Reserve Fund

OVERDRAFTS:-
C. A. Joint Consolidated Fun.1

General Revenuue lancee (Sinrplis)


DEPOSITS :-
Grciada Government
Sundry Deposits
Supply Control-Trading


LESS:-
Dominica Government
Post Office
St. Lucia Govetrninint


$ c.

.. 24,434 66
... 410,417 46
... 16,251 86

451,103 98



139,256 17



--

...


1958

$

1,243,752











118, 66(1

ll.,0l06


Advances


CASH :-
Barclays 13.ink
Crown Ag,'nts Cirriniit
sul, A CCui;i lnta8 lki) nittniices
Treasury ;nl, Suibl)-Acco(nin ants


Investment'.s. Coliny IResei ve FiIr


$184,424 76
1,633 42
4G1 27
52,917 63


0 C.







239,137 U6


31.512 36

2-73,979 44


C.Absh f1rouiim ~ji'cial Funlid: in liaids t TI Iasu-i 247.426 34


Genilral e'venut". Ilalace


GEOFFREY 0. WHITTAKEIR,
Acting J'rincipal Audlor,
ti7 mdiua, d Islad, s.
17th Dece:nber, 1960.


'TREASURY CHAMBERS.
ST. VINCENT, W.I.


MOUL 'ON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting A.ccountlan I generall.


7th D-cembtr, 1960.


311,847 81


35,322 17


792,000 (00

206;,)84 51










1,346,154 4'J


1.381.918


$ c.

1,319,601 39











26,553 10












1,3-6,154 49
1.346,15)4 49


Examined,


Y-


Ifl""l"'"











Sr






To


To



To


APPENDIX XIII.
. VINCENT.
SAVINGS BANK. 195,9

Revenue and Expenditure Account for the year ended 31st December, 1959

Expenditure $ c. Revenue

interest-paid to Depositors on I Hy interest on Investments ...
closed accounts ... 518 84
i HBy fees on issue of duplicate Deposit
interest capitalised and credited Books ...
to sundry Depositors' cncounts
on 31.12.59 ... 17,463 01

payment no Treasu y in respect
of services rendered ... 1,500 00


To balance carried to Deficit
Account


8,644 63

28,126 48


$ c

28,120 96


5 52











28,126 48


Account of Deposits and Withdrawals for the year ended 31st December, 1959.

Deposiit $ c. Witlhd awals $ c.

To balance at credit of Depositoi s By wit hdrawals ... 362,862 94
on 1.1.59 ... 739.135 00

Po deposits etc received ... 35U.387 77 HB. balance at credit of Depositors
on 31.12.59 ... 744,122 86
To interest credited to Depositors ... 17,463 01


To Suspense Account


02

1.10';.9x85 80


Dr.

To Loss on Investment sold

To Deficit Account ...






Dr.

To Accumulated Deficit at 1.1.51 ...

To Suspense Account ...


$ c.

160 42

5.35; 64

5.517 06


73,4


Cr.

By appreciationn of Investuents


Deficit Account

$ c. Cr.

U03 75 By Heven nu and Expend iture Account

18 52 By Investment Adjustment Account

By Accumulated Deficit at 31.12.59


73,422 27


To Balance at 1.1.59

To Account of Deposits and With-
drawals for the year ended
31.12.59


Suspense Account.

$ c. ; I
107 10 By adjustment of interest in L958 ...i

By Balance on 31.12.59 ...


S02



107 12


Investment Adjustment Account


$ c.

5,517 06


5,517 06


$ c.

8,644 63

5,356 64

59.421 00

73.422 27


$ c.
18 52

88 60


107 12


!,10u;,98.5 80












Balance Sheet as on 3lst Becember, 19S9

$ e. Assaft

... 744,122 86 Cash in hand

Investment at Market

Siieanse AcouFnnt


744,122 86


yalue


Accumulated Deficit


S $ c.

5.80 62

684,032 64

88 60

. 59,421 00

744,122 86


Note: There is a contingent liability amounting to $3,738.12 inlrespect of the outstanding aggregate of amounts
paid in past years from Colony Revenues to meet deficits on the Revenue and Expenditure Accounts



Examined MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant Gmneral.


GEOFFREY O. WHITTAKER.
Acting Principal Auditor,
Windward Islands.

17th December, 1960.


Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent, W.I.
7th December, 1960.


Liabilities


Depositors















APPENDIX XIV.

STATEMENT OF LOSSES WRITTEN OFF AND ABANDONED CLAIMS FOR 1959.


ADMINISTRATION


CHARITABLE





CUSTOMS


Amount


$ t

30.00


Authority


Administrator


3.00 Administrator


10.00


14.75 Executive Council


9,638.69


7.20


Overpayment of gratuity to Alfred James, late
apprentice-Printing Office.

Four-in-one set found short by Board of Survey
on Inventory of Fairhall Boys' School

One clock stolen from the Office of the Public
Assistance Officer

Import duty short collected on rolled oats from
Sweden

Duty on rum lost through leakage in the Mt.
Bentinck Distillery and Private Bond and in
the Bonded Spirit Warehouse in Kingstown..


Short collection of Export Duty on 3 cows at
Union Island on 15th August 1957


Short collection of import duty on ice cream
imported by DeVere Coombs & Co.

Duty on rum in Bonded Warehouse lost through
leakage and evaporation

Duty on rum in Bonded Warehouse lost through
leakage and evaporation

Part value of woodwork tools and supplies
stolen from Troumaca Government School on
night of 22nd August 1959

Short collection of stamp duty by Magistrate's
Clerks during 1958

Overpayment of subsistence allowance to Mr.
A. V. Sprott attending conference in British
Guiana

Value of 1 bag potatoes and 1 bag pumpkins
perished in Medical Stores

Hospital fees due in respect of the late Sgt. W.
Constance who died while still in service

X-Ray fees for sick child

Value of stamps lost on M.V. "Blue Star"
which were despatched to stamp dealer Mr.
Frank Roznowsky of U.S.A.

Value of 1 drum milk discovered to be unfit for
human consumption

122 sacks of cement lost through breakage

Loss of 100 sacks cement through breakage from
shipments ex "Lady Angela", "C. L. M. Tan-
nis" and "Amberjack Mac."

Loss of 207 sacks cement through breakage ..


13.00 Administrator


3.84



92.50


10.50


61.50

4.80



3.10


56.52

244.11



200.50

410.81


Do.



Do.


Do.


Do.

Do.



Do.


Do.

Do.



Do.

Do.


Carried Forward .. 12,066.12


Departments


Details


263.31


183.99


814.00


EDUCATION



JUDICIAL


MINISTERIAL



MEDICAL






PosT OrMFF



ParsoNs


P.W.D.















Deatet Deal Amun Authority~ 111__1


Brought Forward .

Loss of 15 sacks cement through breakage
from shipment ex M.V. "Flanders"

Water Rates 1955 and 1956 for Eric Burgess,
Edna Moore, Abraham Joseph, Levi Knight
and James Jackson

Electricity charges uncollectable since closing
of Electricity Department in 1953

Telephone Rent due by Mrs. C. Williams for
period July 1956 to January 1959

Cash obtained from Treasury by fraud

Depreciation of stores sent to the Grenadines at
the commencement of the hurricane season ..

Electricity charges on behalf of the Superinten-
dent of Prisons erroneously paid by Treasury

Amount owing by guarantor on an advance
given to Mr. E. L. Moore, formerly Assistant
Master Grammar School

Overpayment of salary to B. W. Jacobs while
on half-pay leave from 29th August 1957...

Overpayment of salary to D. A. Niles for
period January 1957--October 1958

Claim in favour of Leohart Burk incorrectly
paid to wrcng person


$ .
12,066.12


29.44 Administrator.



15.08 Executive Council


421.42


92.16

9.21


Do.


Do.

Do.


3,893.20 Governor


258.85 Administrator


129.16


48.17


211.20


24.00

17,198.01


MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Examined, Acting Accountant General.


GEOFFREY 0. WHITTAKER,
Acting Principal Auditor,
Windward Islands.
17th December, 1960.


Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent, W.I.
7th December, 1980.


Audit Office,
St. Vincent, W.I.


P.W.D.









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