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    Act No. 1 of 1969: An Act respecting the Statutes of Saint Vincent
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    Act No. 2 of 1969: An Act relating to the signification of official documents
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    Act No. 3 of 1969: An Act to provide for the adaptation of the existing Laws of Saint Vincent to conform with the provisions of the Constitution
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    Act No. 4 of 1969: An Act to make provision for the first Registration of Electors for the House of Assembly in relation to thirteen constituencies
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    Act No. 5 of 1969: An Act to amend the Customs Duties Ordinance, Cap. 184
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    Act No. 6 of 1969: An Act further to amend the agricultural and Co-operative Bank of Saint Vincent, Ordinance, 1966
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    Act No. 7 of 1969: An Act for the suspension of certain provisions of the kingstown board Ordinance, Cap. 209
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    Act No. 8 of 1969: An Act to provide for the retirement of Stella Brereton, Civil Servant in the service of the Government of Saint Vincent, and to authorise payment of retirement benefits to her
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    Act No. 9 of 1969: An Act to provide for the retirement of Stella Breteton, Civil Servant in the service of the Government of Saint Vincent, and to authorise payment of retirement benefits to her
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    Act No. 10 of 1969: An Act further to amend the Money Lending Ordinance
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    Act No. 11 of 1969: An Act to provide for expenditure during the financial year ending on the thirty-first day of December, one thousand nine hundred and sixty-nine, upon certain services in excess of the Appropriation Law relating to the year one thousand, nine hundred and sixty nine
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 54: Official Designations (Commissioner of Police) Order, 1969
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 55: Prison (Amendment) Rules, 1969
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 56: Proclamation bringing into force the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment) Ordinance, 1969) with effect from the 24th December, 1969
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 57: Motor Vehicles (Fees and Duties) Regulations, 1969
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 58: Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic (Removal of Vehicles) Regulations, 1969
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 59: Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Regulations, 1969
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    Administration Report: Report of the Accountant General for the year 1966
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SAINT VINCENT



GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


publi sCTb b Anuthrit .


VoL. 102.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 DECEMBER, 1969. [No. 82.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 419.
APPOINTMENTS

The following Staff Nurses have been
appointed as Ward Sisters Medical and
Health Department, Ministry for Educa-
tion and Health, with effect from the
dates stated hereunder:-
SYLVIA SAMUEL-with effect from 1st
July, 1969
FELICITAS BALLAH-With effect from 1st
December, 1969
Avis MCLEAN-with effect from 1st De-
cember, 1969
30th December, 1969.

No. 420.
Miss JANICE CHARLES, Student Nurse,
has been appointed as a Staff Nurse,
Medical and Health Department, Minis-
try for Education and Health, with effect
from 1st January, 1969.
30th December, 1969.

No. 421.
ACTING APPOINTMENTS

Miss JENNIS JACOBS, Deputy Headmis-
tress, Girls High School, as Headmistress,
Girls High School, with effect from 1st
.January, 1970 and until further notice.
30th December, 1969.


Mrs. ELAINE CONNELL, Assistant Mistrtas
(Graduate) as Deputy Headmistress,
Girls High School with effect from 1st
January, 1970 and until further notice.
30th December, 1969.


No. 422.
TRANSFER

Mrs. A. I. PAYNE, Executive Officer,
Ministry for Education and Health as
Executive Officer, (Youth Employment
Office) Ministry for Communications,
Works and Labour with effect from 15th
December, 1969.
30th December, 1969.

No. 423.
PRESS AND RADIO RELEASE
In accordance with the Constitutional
Conference held earlier this year in Lon-
don, St. Vincent and the Grenadines have
been divided into thirteen (13) Consti-
tuencies. It was also agreed that a regis-
tration of electors should take place
immediately after the attainment of
Statehood with Britain.
This registration is now being carried
out and the work is well advanced. New
Polling Divisions have been delineated
and their descriptions have been pub-
lished. Registration Officers, Assistant
Registration Officers and Enumerators
have been appointed and briefing sessions
are in progress throughout the State.





496 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 82.)


The actual enumeration is due to begin
on Monday, 5th January, 1970, and all
householders are asked to co-operate
and give the enumerators and their at-
tendant scrutineers a welcome to their
homes and also furnish all the informa-
tion requested so that every person in
St. Vincent and the Grenadines who is
eligible for registration will get his name
on the electors roll.
Any person shall be entitled to be regis-
tered as an elector in any one Constitu-
ency if he-
(a) is a Commonwealth Citizen of 21
years and upwards, and
(b) has resided in St. Vincent for a
period of twelve months immedi-
ately before the date of registra-
tion or is domiciled and ordinarily
resident in St. Vincent at that date.
The public is asked to take note and
to give every assistance in this registra-
tion.
Further information would be released
from time to time.



No. 424.
VACANT POSTS

Post OF CHIEF DRAUGHTSMAN/ESTIMATOR,
PUBLIc WORKS DEPARTMENT

Applications are invited from persons
holding a Diploma from a reputable In-
stitution in Draughting and Estimating
-or other equivalent qualification, for
appointment to the post of Chief
Draughtsman/Estmnator, Public Works
Department, Ministry for Communica-
tions, Works and Labour, Kingstown, St.
Vincent.
Salary:
The Salary Scale of the post is-
$3,984 x $180-$5,244 and the commencing
point therein will depend on the qualifi-
cations and experience of the successful
applicant.
Duties
The duties of the post include respon-
sibility for the proper running of the
L.-mating and Drawing Division of the
Public Works Department and the con-
trol of the staff; preparation of plans,
estimates and Bills of Quantities for
building projects, supervision of con-
struction duties of a similar nature which
may be assigned to the holder of the post.
Quarters:
Quarters are not provided.
Transport Allowance:
Transport Allowance is payable in ac-
cordance with local regulations.
Applications in writing accompanied
by proof of educational and technical
qualifications, and three (3) testimonials,
should be addressed to the Chief Person-
nel Officer, Service Commissions Depart-


ment, Kingstown, St. Vincent, to reach
him not later than 15th January, 1970.
30th December, 1969.

No. 425.
POST OF ASSISTANT DRAUGHTSMAN,
PUBLIc WORKS DEPARTMENT

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons, male or female, for the
pensionable post of Assistant Draughts-
man, Public Works Department, Ministry
for Communications, Works and Labour.
Salary:
In the scale $1,392 x $84-$1,560 x $96-
$2,040 x $120-$2,280.
Duties of Post:
The successful applicant will be
trained in Draughting, Surveying and
Architectural Draughting and must as-
sist the Chief Draughtsman/Estimator
and the Draughtsman in preparing
minor working drawings for projects,
printing of plans and in site work, e.g.
levelling.
Qualifications:
Applicants are required to possess a
pass at 'O' level in Mathematics and
English. A pass in Geography or in one of
the Sciences, especially, Physics or Che-
mistry would be an advantage.
Closing Date:
Applications in writing together with
two recent testimonials and proof of edu-
cation qualifications should be ad-
dressed to the Chief Personnel Officer,
Service Commissions Department, Kings-
town, St. Vincent, to reach him not later
than 15th January, 1970.
30th December, 1969.

No. 42G.
PosT or DRAUGHTSMAN PUBLIC WORKS
DEPARTMENT, ST. VINCENT

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons, male or female, for the
pens;onable post of Draughtsman, Public
Works Department, Ministry for Com-
munications, Works and Labour.
Salary:
The salary scale is T2-3
$2,400 x ,$120-$2,880/$3,048 x $144-
$3,624 x $180-$3,984. The point of en-
try in the scale will depend on quali-
fications and experience.
Qualifications:
The applicant should have at least
five (5) years experience as a Draughts-
man in Architectural or Engineering
Drawing in a Drawing Office. Posses-
sion of relevant Diplomas will be an
added advantage.
Duties of Post:
The Draughtsman is responsible to
the Chief Draughtsman/Estimator for
the preparation of all working draw-
ings and is required to assist with de-





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 82.) 497


signs and estimates and with the con-
trol and guidance of the Assistant and
Apprentice Draughtsmen.
Applications, together with two recent
testimonials and proof of qualifications


should be addressed to the Chief Person-
nel Officer, Service Commissions Depart-
ment, Kingstown, St. Vincent, to reach
him not later than 15th January, 1970.
30th December, 1969.


No. 427.
TENDERS FOR ,SUPPLIES C3 GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS.

It is hereby notified for general information that tenders for the supply of
the articles mentioned below to Government departments have been awarded as
hereunder:


Departments


Contractors


Breadfruit
Plantains
Sweet potatoes
Tannias
Yams
Callaloo


64 per lb.
124
84
SJonathan Babb.
144
144
7


Flour Enriched
22nd December, 1969.


$14.80 per 100 lbs.


P. Veira & Co.


No. 428.
LEGISI.ATICN

The undermentioned Acts which have
been assented to by His Excellency the
Governor are published with this issue
of the Gazette:-
No. 1 of 1969.-An Act respecting the
Statutes of Saint Vincent.
No. 2 of 1969.-An Act relating to the
si:nification of official documents.
No. 3 of 1969.-An Act to provide for
uie adaptation of the existing Laws
of Saint Vincent to conform with the
provisions of the Constitution.
No. 5 of 1969.-An Act to amend the
CusLoms Duties Ordinance, Cap. 184.
No. 6 of 1969.-An Act further to amend
the Agricultural and Co-operative
Bank of Saint Vincent, Ordinance,
1906.
(M.F. 957)
No. 7 of 1909.-An Act for the suspen-
sion of certain provisions of the
Kingstown Board Ordinance, Cap.
209.
No. 8 of 1969.-An Act to provide for
the retirement of Stella Brereton,
Civil Servant in the service of the
Government of Saint Vincent, and
to authorise payment of retirement
benefits to her.
No. 9 of 1969.-An Act to amend the
Immigration (Restriction) Ordi-
nance, 1939.


No. 10 of 1969.-An Act further to
amend the Money Lending Ordi-
nance.
No. 11 of 1969.-An Act to provide for
expenditure during the financial year
ending on the thirty-first day of
December, one thousand nine hun-
dred and sixty-nine, upon certain
services in excess of the Appropria-
tion Law relating to the year one
thousand, nine hundred and sixty-
nine.
:'jthi Deceml 19:


No. 429.
The following Documents are publish-
ed with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.10. & 0. No. 54.-Official Designations
(Commissioner of Police) Order, 1969.
S.R. & O. No. 55.-Prison (Amendment)
Rules, 1969.

S.R. & O. No. 56.-Proclamation bring-
ing into force the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1969, (No. 28 of 1969) with
effect from the 24th December, 1969.
S.R. & O. No. 57-Motor Vehicles (Fees
and Duties) Regulations, 1969.
S.R. & O. No. 53.-Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Removal of Vehicles)
Regulations, 1969.
S.R. & O. No. 59.-Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic Regulations, 1969.
30th December, 1969.


Prisons





198 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 82.)


No. 430.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

The following Administration Report
is published with this issue of the
Gazette:
Report of the Accountant General for
year 1966.
30th December, 1969.

No. 431.
Made by the Governor under section 4 of
the Offi:fe Designations Ordinance, 1940.

By virtue of the powers vested in him
by section 4 of the Official Designations
Ordinance, 1940, the Governor hereby
fixes the 30th day of December, 1969, as
the date on and from which the provi-
sions of section 3 of the Official Designa-
tions Ordinance, 1940, shall take effect
with respect to the Official Designations
(Commissioner of Police) Order, 1969.
Dated this 24th day of December, 1989.

By Command,

C. IVOR MARTIN,
Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Office.
PREMIER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT.
30th December, 1969.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

SAINT VINCENT.

BY AUTHORITY OF THE
REGISTRATION OF UNITED KINGDOM
PATENTS ORDINANCE 156 OF THE
REVISED LAWS OF ST. VINCENT, 1926

ADVERTISEMENT OF APPLICATION
FOR REGISTRATION OF U.K. PATENT
NO. 1,004,670

In accordance with the requirement of
Sec ion 3 of the Registration of United
Kingdom Patents Ordinance Chapter 156
of the Revised Laws of St. Vincent, 1926,
Notice is hereby given that an applica-
tioh was made on 26th November, 1969,
by BEECHAM GROUP LIMITED, (a
Limited Liability Company incorporated
in the United Kingdom), or Great West
Road, Brentford, Middlesex, England;
through Messrs. Lysaght & Co., c/o Bar-
clays Bank D.C.O., Kingstown, for the
registration of a Patent in respect of an
invention in relation to "PENICILLINS".
Any person may, at any time within
TWO MONTHS from date of such adver-
tisement give notice to the Registrar, of
opposition to the issue of a certificate of


registration upon any of the grounds pre-
scribed by section 27 of the Patents Or-
dinance (Cap. 155) for opposition to the
grant of Letter Patent.
The relevant sub-section of section 27
of the Patents Ordinance referred to
above reads thus:
"27 (1) Any person may, at any time
within two months from the date of the
advertisement of the acceptance of a
complete specification, give notice at the
Registry of Patents of opposition to the
grant of the Patent, on the ground of
the applicant having obtained the inven-
tion from him, or from a person of whom
he is the legal representative, or on the
ground that the invention has been pa-
tented in the Colony, on an application
of prior date, but on no other ground."

A. E. CATO,
Deputy Registrar of Patents.
The Patent Office,
c/o The Registry,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.

NOTICE.

The attention of the public is drawn to
the liquor licensing session for the
Parishes of St. George's and St. Andrew
which was to be held on the 20th Decem-
ber 1969, will now be held on the 6th
January 1970 at the Kingstown Magis-
trate court at Pauls Lot.

TRAINING IN LIBRARIANSHIP

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons between 19 and 40 years
of age for training in Librarianship. The
Courses, which last 2-21/2 years, lead to
the Part I and Part II (Final) Examina-
tions of the Library Association.
Successful applicants will be required
to sign a Bond.
Academic requirements are five passes
in the G.C.E, of which one must be in
English Language and two must be at
Advanced Level or its equivalent.
Applications, on Form T1, should reach
the Chief Personnel Officer (marked At-
tention: Training Officer) not later than
Saturday January 10th, 1970.

MARY E. MORGAN,
Training Oficer.
20th December, 1969.

ELECTRICITY NOTICE

ST. VINCENT STATUTORY RULES &
ORDERS
1969 No. 38
ELECTRICITY RULES

In accordance with the above rules,
the following forms are now available at





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 82.)


the offices of the Electrical Inspector in
the Ministry of Communications, Works
and Labour Compound.
FORM-B--Application for issue or re-
newal of Wireman's Licence.
FORM-C-Notification of an addition
or alteration to an electric installa-
tion.
FORM-D-Notification of intention to
work on installation.
FORM---E-Application for an inspec-
tion of an electrical installation.
It is an offence against the above rules
to:
1) perform the duties of a wireman
without a valid licence under these
rules.


2) make any alteration or addition to
any installation without notifying
the Electrical Inspector and obtain-
ing a certificate of approval on com-
pletion.

3) work any installation without noti-
fying the Electrical Inspector and
obtaining a certificate of approval
on completion.

4) connect or operate any electrical
installation without certificate of
approval.

Permanent Secretary/
Communications, Works & Labour.
15th December, 1969.


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SAINT VINCENT.

Act No. 1 of 1969.

I Assent,


H. GEORGE,
Governor.


[ L. S. ]


23rd December, 1969.

AN ACT respecting the Statutes of Saint Vincent.

[ 30th December, 1969. 1

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and
with the advice and consent of the House of Assembly of Saint
Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-


1. This Act may be cited as the Statutes Act, 1969.


Short title.


2. This Act and all statutes enacted by the Parliament of Style of
Saint Vincent and passed after the commencement of this Act statutes.
shall be styled "Acts".


3. (1) In every bill presented to the Governor for assent,
the words of enactment shall be as follows:
"BE IT ENACTED by The Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the House
of Assembly of Saint Vincent and by the authority of
the same, as follows: "
(2) The words of enactment shall follow the preamble if
any, and the various clauses within the purview or body of the
statute shall be consecutively numbered and follow in a concise
and enunciative form. To every such clause there shall be an-
nexed in the margin a short summary of its contents.
(3) The statutes of each year shall be distinguished by
consecutive numbers, commencing in each year with the number
one.


Words of
enactment and
other clauses.







No. 1. Statutes. 1969.


(4) As far as practicable, matters having no proper relation
to each other shall not be provided for by the same statute; no
statute shall contain anything foreign to what the title of the
statute imports; and no provision having indefinite duration
shall be included in any statute expressed to have limited dura-
tion.
Date of 4. (1) The date on which every statute is to become law
passing etc. shall be the date on which the bill for that Statute receives the
of statutes, assent of the Governor.
(2) The Clerk of the House of Assembly shall inscribe on
every statute, immediately after the long title thereof, the day,
month and year when the statute comes inl force or operation,
or where the statute provides that it is to come into force or
operation by Proclamation, or that it is not to come into force
or operation until a day or date to be so fixed, the words "On
Proclamation"; and such inscription shall be taken to be part
of the statute.

Operation of 5. (1) Where a statute provides that it is to come into force
statutes. or operation on a day or date to be fixed by the Governor by
Proclamation, or that it is not to come into force or operation
until a day or date to be so fixed, any such Proclamation-
ta) may apply to the whole or any part or parts or portion
or portions or section or sections of the statute; and
(b) may be issued at different times as to any part or parts
or portion or portions or section or sections of the
statute.

Printing and 6. (1) The statutes shall be printed, published and distri-
distribution. buted by the Government Printer.
(2) The Clerk of the House of Assembly shall furnish the
Government Printer with a certified copy of every statute of
the Legislature as soon as it has received the assent of the Gov-
ernor.
(3) Every copy of a statute printed by the Government
Printer is evidence of that statute and its contents, and every
copy purported to be printed by the Government Printer shall
be deemed to have been so printed, unless the contrary is shown.
(4) As soon as practicable after the commencement of each
year, the Clerk of the House of Assembly shall cause a complete
collection of all the statutes enacted in Saint Vincent during the
preceding year to be bound and published for general informa-
tion.

Recording of 7. (1) This Act and all statutes enacted after the com-
statutes and mencement of this Act shall be of record in the custody of the
certification. Clerk of the House of Assembly.





3

No. 1. Statutes. 1969.


(2) Where the Clerk of the House of Assembly is required
to certif& a copy of a statute for any purpose he shall insert at
the foot of each copy required to be certified a written certificate
duly signed and authenticated by him to the effect that such
copy is a true copy.
(3) Copies of statutes certified under subsection (2) of
this section by the Clerk of the House of Assembly shall be held
to be duplicate originals and also to be evidence of the statutes
and of their contents as if printed by authority of law.


Passed in the House of Assembly this 11th day of December, 1969.


0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the House of Assembly.


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SAINT VINCENT.

Act No. 2 of 1969.


I Assent,


H. GEORGE,
Governor.


[ L.S. ]


23rd December, 1969.


AN ACT relating to the signification of official documents.

[ 30th December, 1969. 1

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and
with the advice and consent of the House of Assembly of Saint
Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-

1. This Act may be cited as the Signification of Official Short title.
Documents Act, 1969, and shall be deemed to have come Into
operation on the 27th day of October, 1969.


2. For the purposes of this Act-
"Instrument" includes an order in council, order, scheme,
rule, regulation or bye-law other than an order made
or warrant issued by a Court.

3. (1) Where a function of the Governor under any law in
force in Saint Vincent is to be exercised in accordance with the
advice of the Cabinet, any instrument required to be issued in the
exercise of that function, other than a proclamation, warrant, or
instrument to be issued under the Public Seal may be signified
under the hand of the Secretary to the Cabinet, and such signi-
fication is sufficient for all purposes.


Interpretation.



Signification of
instruments
executed in
exercise of
Governor's
functions.








Signification of Official Documents.


Admissibility
of Instruments
in evidence.
Cap. 23.


(2) Where a function of the Governor under any law in
force in Saint Vindent is to be exercised in accordance with the
advice of a Minister acting under the general authority of the
Cabinet, any instrument required to be issued in the exercise
of that function, other than a proclamation, warrant, or instru-
ment to be issued under the Public Seal, may be signified under
the hand of the Minister acting under the general authority
of the Cabinet and such signification is sufficient for all purposes.

4. Without prejudice to section 17 of the Evidence Ordin-
ance, the original of any instrument signified under section 3
of this Act or any copy thereof printed by lawful authority is
admissible in evidence, without proof of the authority, signature
or capacity of the person signing the instrument.


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SAINT VINCENT.

Act No. 3 of 1969.

I Assent,


H. GEORGE,
Governor.
23rd December, 1969.


ion.


AN ACT to provide for the adaptation of the existing Laws of
Saint Vincent to conform with the provisions of the Consti-
tution.
[ 30th December, 1969. 1
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and
with the advice and consent of the House of Assembly of Saint
Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Act may be cited as the Existing Laws (Adaptation) Short title.
Act, 1969.
2. In this Act- Interpretat


"existing law" has the meaning assigned to it by the
Constitution and shall be construed accordingly;
"Constitution" means the Constitution contained in
Schedule 2 to the Saint Vincent Constitution Order,
1969.
3. (1) Subject to this Act and the Constitution, a reference
in any existing law to the Administrator (meaning thereby an
Administrator of the former Colony of Saint Vincent) including
a reference to the Administrator in Council or the Administrator
in Executive Council, shall be read and construed as a reference
to the Governor.
(2) For the avoidance of doubt it is hereby declared that-
(a) where immediately before the commencement of this
Act a function was, under an existing law, expressed
to be exercisable by the Adnministrator acting in his


References to
Administrator
to be construed
as references to
Governor.


[ L. S. ]







No. 3. Existing Laws (Adaptation). 1969.


discretion or absolute discretion, then unless that func-
tion is, under the Constitution, expressed to be exer-
cisable by the Governor acting in accordance with his
own deliberate judgment or in accordance with the
advice of any person or authority other than the
Cabinet, that function is exercisable by the Governor
acting in accordance with the advice of the Cabinet
or of a Minister acting under the general authority
of the Cabinet;
ib) where immediately before the commencement of this
Act a function was, under an existing law, expressed
to be exercisable by the Administrator or any person
or authority and that function is, under the Constitu-
tion, expressed to be exercisable by some other person
or authority, then that function is exercisable by that
other person or authority in accordance with the
Constitution.

Reference to 4.(1) Where it is provided in any existing law that any
Secretary of matter or thing shall be reported to a Secretary of State or that
State to cease a Secretary of State shall be consulted that provision shall cease
to have effect to have effect.
or to refer to
Governor. (2) Where it is provided in any existing law that any
matter or thing shall require the approval or consent of a
Secretary of State, then-
(a) if the matter or thing for which such approval or
consent is required would, had it been done or omitted
before the commencement of this Act, have been an
act or omission of the Administrator, that provision
shall cease to have effect; and
(b) in any other case, such provision shall have effect as
if that matter or thing required the approval or con-
sent of the Governor.
(3) Where it is provided in any existing law that any
matter or thing not included in subsections (1) and (2) is re-
quired to be or may be done by a Secretary of State, such provi-
sion shall have effect as if that matter or thing were required
to be or might be done by the Governor.
(4) Nothing in this section shall apply to any such matter
or thing done or omitted in respect of, or in relation to the
United Kingdom or any dependency thereof.

Power of 5. Subject to the provisions of the Constitution, any provi-
disallowance sion in or under any existing law whereby a power of disallow-
to cetas. ance is reserved to Her Majesty shall cease to have effect.







Existing Laws (Adaptation).


6. (1) Where under any act of the Parliament of the United
Kingdom which extends expressly or by necessary implication
or is applied to Saint Vincent as part of the law thereof, power
to make subsidiary legislation is given to a person or authority
other than a person or authority in or under the Government,
that power may be exercised by the Governor.


Power of
Governor
to make
subsidiary
legislation.


(2) In this section "subsidiary legislation" means any regu-
lation, rule, by-law, order, scheme or other instrument having
legislative effect.

7. Anything done under an existing law before the date of Saving of
the commencement of this Act shall in so far as it had effect acts done.
immediately before that day, continue to have effect as if done
under the law as amended by this Act.


8. Where in any existing law it is provided that-
(a) any expenditure is a charge on the public funds of
the former Colony of Saint Vincent;
(b) any money for meeting expenditure shall be appro-
priated out of the said public funds, or out of the
Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Colony; or
(c) any person is entitled to be paid or to recover from
the said funds any expenditure incurred by him or de-
frayed by him pursuant to any law;
that provision shall have effect as if it charged such expenditure
on the Consolidated Fund.

9. (1) For any reference in an existing law to a legislature
of the former Colony of Saint Vincent there is substituted a
reference to Parliament; and for any reference to the Legislative
Council there is substituted a reference to the House of Assembly.
(2) Where under any existing law the Legislative Council
had power to approve, affirm, amend or do any matter or thing
by resolution, that power may be exercised by a resolution of
the House of Assembly.
(3) Where under any existing law the Legislative Council
had power to annul or revoke any matter or thing by resolution,
that power may, in like manner, be exercised by the House of
Assembly.
(4) Where under any existing law any matter or thing
was required to be submitted to or laid before the Legislative
Council, then that matter or thing shall in like manner, be sub-
mitted to or laid before the House of Assembly.
(5) The Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance shall be
cited as the House of Assembly (Elections) Ordinance, and-


Consolidated
Fund.


Reference to
Legislative
Council etc.
to be references
to House of
Assembly.


No. 3.







Existing Laws (Adaptation).


1969.


Reference to
Executive
Council, etc., to
be references to
Cabinet, etc.


Commencement.


(6) in an existing law-
(a) for any reference to the Speaker, Deputy Speaker or
other member or officer of the Council there is sub-
stituted a reference to the Speaker, Deputy Speaker
or other corresponding member or officer of the
House;
(b) for any reference to the Standing Orders of the
Legislative Council, there is substituted a reference
to the Standing Orders of the House.

10. In an existing law-
(a) for any reference to the Executive Council there is
substituted a reference to the Cabinet, for any refer-
ence to a member of the Executive Council there is
substituted a reference to a member of the Cabinet
and for any reference to the Clerk of the Executive
Council there is substituted a reference to the Secre-
tary to the Cabinet;
(b) for any reference to tle Chief Minister there is sub-
stituted a reference to the Premier;
(c) for any reference to the Colony or Territory (meaning
thereby the former Colony of Saint Vincent) there is
substituted a reference to Saint Vincent;
(d) for any reference to the principal audit officer (by
whatever name called) there is substituted a reference
to the Director of Audit.


11. This Act shall be deemed to have come into operation
on the 27th day of October, 1969.


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SAINT VINCENT.

Act No. 4 of 1969.
J Assent,


H. GEORGE,


[L. S. ]



AN ACT to
for the
encies.


Governor.

23rd December, 1969.

make provision for the first Registration of Electors
House of Assembly in relation to thirteen constitu-


[ 24th December, 1969. 1

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and
with the advice and consent of the House of Assembly of Saint
Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-

1. This Act may be cited as the House of Assembly (Regis- Short title.
tration of Electors) Act, 1969.


2. (1) Subject to the provisions of section 3 of this Act, any
person shall be entitled to be registered as an elector in any one
constituency if he-
(a) is a Commonwealth citizen of 21 years or upwards; and
(b) has resided in Saint Vincent for a period of twelve
months immediately before the date of registration or
is domiciled and ordinarily resident in Saint Vincent at
that date.
(2) No person shall be entitled to be registered as an elector
in any constituency who is not entitled to be so registered under
the provisions of this Act.


Qualification of
electors.


3. No person shall be entitled to be registered as an elector Disqualification
in any constituency who- of electors.

(a) is under sentence of death imposed on him by a court in
any part of the Commonw'ealth or is serving a sentence







No. 4. House of Assembly (Registration of Electors). 1969.


of imprisonment (by whatever name called) exceeding
twelve months imposed on him by such a court or sub-
stituted by competent authority for some other sentence
imposed on him by such a court or is under such a sen-
tence of imprisonment: or
(b) is a person certified to be insane or otherwise adjudged
to be of unsound mind under any law in force in Saint
Vincent: or
(c) is disqualified for registration as an elector by any law
in force in Saint Vincent relating to offences connected
with elections.

Compiling lists 4. (1) Commencing on the 5th day of January, 1970, lists
of Electors. of electors shall be compiled in each constituency of all persons
entitled under the provisions of this Act to be registered as elec-
tors. Such lists shall be compiled in accordance with rules to be
made by the Governor under section 10 of this Act.
(2) A list of electors shall be compiled for each polling divi-
sion comprised within a constituency and shall come into force
on such date as the Governor may by Proclamation appoint and
remain in force until the list of electors next compiled comes into
force.

Polling 5. (1) Subject to the provisions of subsections (2) and (3)
divisions. of this section, there shall be constituted in each constituency
so many polling divisions with such boundaries as the Supervisor
of Elections shall appoint.
(2) Each polling division shall, so far as practicable, contain
approximately four hundred and fifty qualified persons.
(3) Where the Supervisor of Elections is satisfied that by
reason of the congestion or of the sparsity of population or other
special circumstances, it is more convenient so to do, he may
notwithstanding anything contained in the last preceding sub-
section constitute a polling division including either more or less
than four hundred and fifty qualified persons.
(4) In determining the boundaries of any polling division,
the Supervisor of Elections shall have regard to geographical
considerations and such other factors as may effect the facility
of communication between various places within the polling divi-
sion.

Registration 6. (1) There shall be fit and proper persons appointed as
officers. Registration Officers.
(2) Fit and proper persons may be appointed to assist a
Registration Officer in the performance of his duties under this
Act.







House of Assembly (Registration of Electors).


(3) Subject to the authority, directions and control of the
Supervisor of Elections, an assistant, other than an enumerator,
shall have all the powers, and may perform any of the duties of
a registration officer under this Act.
(4) There shall be paid to each registration officer and to
each assistant for his services under this Act such remuneration
as may be prescribed under the House of Ass nij.y Elections)
Ordinance, 1951.
(5) Every registration officer shall, before entering on his
duties as such, take and subscribe an oath in the form set out
as Form 1 in the Schedule to this Act, and shall transmit such
oath to the Supervisor of Elections.


No. 13 of 1951.


7. (1) Subject to subsection (2) of this section, each politi- Scrutineers
(al party having an elected member or elected members in the
House of Assembly shall be entitled to nominate persons for ap-
pointment as scrutineers in connection with registration under
this Act, and the Supervisor shall, at the request of the political
party which nominated a scrutineer, remove such scrutineer from
office.
(2) The number of scrutineers appointed by the Supervisor
*on the nomination of a political party shall not exceed the num-
ber of enumerators for the time being and each scrutineer shall
be assigned to an enumerator by the political party which nomi-
nated him.
(3) The Supervisor may after consultation with the political
party that nominated a scrutineer for appointment remove such
scrutineer from office, if the Supervisor considers him for good and
sufficient cause unfit or competent to discharge the duties of
his office, or if such scrutineer at any time refuses or wilfully
neglects to perform any of his functions under this Act.
(4) Upon removal from office under the provisions of sub-
section (3)-of this section, the scrutineer shall forthwith cease
to act in his office and shall not be entitled to any remuneration
in respect of any period of time after his removal.
(5) A scrutineer who interferes with an enumerator or with
a Registration Officer or with a Registration Officer's clerk or
with any of his assistants in connection with a registration of
electors shall be guilty of an offence against this Act, and shall
be liable on summary conviction therefore to a fine of one hundred
dollars or to a term of imprisonment of six months.
(6) No registration shall be deemed to be invalid solely on
the ground that the scrutineers were not or a scrutineer was
not in attendance during the time or any part of the time that
the registration was carried out.

8. It shall be the duty of the Registration Officer to compile Registration
the list of electors for his district in accordance with the provi- duty.


1969.


No. 4.







No. 4. House of Assembly (Registration of Electors). 1969.


sions of this Act and the rules made by the Governor under
section 10 of this Act.
Appeals. 9. (1) An appeal shall lie to a judge in Chambers (herein-
after referred to as "the Court") from any decision of a Regis-
tration Officer on any claim or objection which has been con-
sidered by him under this Act or rules made thereunder:
Provided, however, that no appeal shall lie where a claimant
or objector has not availed himself of his opportunity, as pro-
vided by this Act or rules made thereunder of being heard by
the Registration Officer on the claim, or objection.
(2) Any claimant or objector desiring to appeal against the
decision of a Registration Officer shall give written notice of
appeal to the Registration Officer and to the opposite party, if
any, when the decision is given or within seven days thereafter
specifying the grounds of appeal.
(3) The Registration Officer shall immediately forward such
notice to the Registrar together with a statement of the material
facts which, in his opinion, have been established in the case,
and of his decision upon the whole case and upon any point
which may be specified as a ground of appeal and shall also
furnish to the court any further information which the court
may require and which he is able to furnish.
(4) Where it appears to the Registration Officer that any
notices of appeal given to him are based on similar grounds, he
shall inform the Registrar of the fapt for the purpose of en-
abling the court, if it thinks fit, to consolidate the appeals or
to select a case as test case.
(5) On any appeal under this section, the Registration Officer
shall be a party to the proceedings.
(6) The costs of every appeal under this Act shall be in the
discretion of the court hearing such appeal.
(7) Notice shall be sent to the Supervisor of Elections by
the Registrar of the decision of the court on any appeal under
this section, and the Registration Officer shall make such altera-
tions in the. list of electors as may be required to give effect to
the decision.

Governor 10. (1) The Governor shall make rules for all matters which,
to make in his opinion, are necessary for the carrying out of the provisions
Rules. of this Act.
(2) The rules made under this section may contain such
provision for penalties in respect of any breach of the said rules
as the Governor may deem fit, and the provisions of subsections
(2) and (4) of section 8 ofhe Interpretation Ordinance shall
Cap.72 not apply for the purpose orinvalidating any such rule or part
thereof.







No. 4. House of Assembly (Registration of Electors). 1969.


11. (1) In reckoning time for the purposes of this Act or Computation
any rules made therelnder, Sunday shall be included, but Christ- of time.
mas day, Good Friday, and any public holiday shall be excluded.
(2) Where any thing required by this Act or the rules made
thereunder to be done on any day fails to be done on a Sunday
or on any such excluded day, that thing may be done on the next
day, not being one of such excluded days.

12. Without prejudice to anything done thereunder the Revocation.
House of Assembly Registration of Electors Regulations, 1969, are
hereby revoked.

13. In this Act and in the Rules made thereunder unless Interpretation.
the context otherwise requires-
"Commonwealth citizen" has the meaning assigned to it by
the British Nationality Act, 1948, or any Act of the United
Kingdom Parliament amending or replacing that Act;
"Constituency" means one of the thirteen constituencies de-
fined in the Schedule to the Constituency Boundary Com-
mission Order, 1969;
"finally revised list" means the list of electors for any polling
division which has been revised by the Registration Offi-
cer in accordance with the provisions of the Rules made
under section 10 of this Act certified and forwarded to
the Supervisor of Elections for printing;
"list of electors" means either the preliminary list of-electors
or the finally revised list of electors, as the context re-
quires;
"polling division" means any polling division constituted in
accordance with the provisions of this Act;
"Preliminary lists of electors" means the lists of electors pre-
pared by the enumerators in accordance with the provi-
sions of the Rules made by the Governor under section
10 of this Act;
"Registrar" means the Registrar of the High Court of Justice
of the West Indies Associated States Supreme Court;
"Schedule" means the Schedule to this Act;
"Supervisor" means the Supervisor of Elections;
"Supervisor of Elections" means the person holding or acting
in the office of Supervisor of Elections in accordance with
the Constitution of Saint Vincent.





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No. 4. House of Assembly (Registration of Electors). 1969.


SCHEDULE.

(Section 6 (5)).
FORM NO. 1.
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS) ACT, 1969.

OATH OF REGISTRATION OFFICER.

I, do swear that I will
faithfully perform all the duties of Registration Officer of the Constituency
of in accordance with the provisions
of the House of Assembly (Registration of Electors) Act, 1969.



Registration Officer.
Sworn before me


............................................................................. u .......................
Magistrate or
Justice of the Peace.

D a te ................................................................................... .



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BAINT VINCENT

Act No.5 of 1969.

I Assent,


H. GEORGE,
Governor.
23rd December, 1969.


AN ACT to amend the Customs Duties Ordinance, Cap. 184.
[ 30th December, 1969. 1

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty by and
with the advice and consent of the House of Assembly of Saint
Vincent and by the authority of the same as follows:-

1. This Act may be cited as the Customs Duties (Amend-
ment) Act, 1969, and shall be rcad as one with the Customs
Duties Ordinance (hereinafter referred to as the principal Ordin-
ance( and all amendments thereto.


2. The First Schedule to the principal Ordinance is hereby
amended by-
(a) deleting item No. "552-01.2" together with its Unit for
Classification ani For Duty and its Preferential and
General Rates of Duties;
(b) adding the following two new items immediately after
Item No. 552-01.1:-
(i) "552-01.21" showing for Class or Description of
Goods "Perfumes and toilet waters with or without
alcohol and not less than $5.00 per liquid ounce";
Unit for Classification, "L. gal.", For Duty "value"
and Preferential and General Rates of Duty as
"41/2%" and "6% respectively;
(ii) "552-01.29" showing for Class or Description of
Goods"Perfumes and toilet waters without alcohol
and less than $5.00 per liq. ounce; Unit for Classifi-


Short title.
Cap. 184.
No. 15 of 1968.
No. 16 of 1968.
No. 19 of 1969.
No. 34 of 1969.
Amendment of
First Schedule
to principal
Ordinance.


[ L. S.







No. 5. Customs Duties (Amendment). 1969.


cation "L. gal.", For Duty "value" and Preferential
and General Rates of Duties "20%" and "30%" re-
spectively;
(c) deleting the Preferential and General Rates of Duties in
respect of Item No. 653-01.1, Silk fabrics of pure silk, and
substituting therefore "41/2%" and "6%" respectively;
(d) deleting the Preferential and General Rates of Duties in
respect of Item No. 653-01.2, Silk fabrics of silk mixed
with other materials (silk being the chief component by
weight), and substituting therefore "41/2%" and "6%" re-
spectively;
(e) deleting the Preferential and General Rates of Duties in
respect of Item No. 665-02.3 Table glass of figured or
ornamented glass (cut, etched), and substituting there-
for "41/2%" and "6%" respectively;
(f) deleting the Preferential and General Rates of Duties in
respect of Item No. 665-02.5, Household (including hotel
and restaurant) glassware of figured or ornamental glass
(cut, etched), and substituting therefore "41/2%" and "6%"
respectively;
(g) deleting the Preferential and General Rates of Duties in
respect of Item No. 666-03.1, Table articles, and substi-
tuting therefore "41/2%" and "6%" respectively;
(h) deleting the Preferential and General Rates of Duties in
respect of Item No. 666-03.2, Other household articles, and
substituting therefore "41/2%" and "6%" respectively;
(i) deleting the Preferential and General Rates of Duties in
respect of Item No. 673-01.1, jewellery, and substituting
therefore "4/2%" and "6%" respectively;
(j) deleting the Preferential and General Rates of Duties in
respect of Item No. 673-01.2, Spoons, forks, and knives of
precious metal, and substituting therefore "4/2%" and
"6%" respectively;
(k) deleting the Preferential and General Rates of Duties in
respect of Item No. 673-01:9, Other goldsmiths' and silver-
smiths' wares including articles for household use (e.g.,
dishes, salvers, tea sets, cups, etc.), and substituting
therefore "412%" and "6%" respectively;
(1) renumbering item 861-01 to read "861-01.1";
(m) adding the following new item immediately after Item
No. 861-01.1:-
"861-01.9" showing Class or Description of Goods
"Binoculars and telescopes of not less than $25.00
value C.I.F."; Unit For Classification "lb." For Duty





19

No. 5. Customs Duties (Amendment). 1969.


"value" and Preferential and General Rates of Duties
as "41/2%" and "6%" respectively;
(n) deleting Item No. "861-02.1" together with its Unit For
Classification, For Duty and its Preferential and General
Rates of Duties;
(o) adding the following new items immediately before Item
No. 861-02.2:-
(i) "861-02.11" showing Class or Description of Goods
"Cameras of not less than $50.00 value C.I.F."; Unit
for Classification "lb.", For Duty "value" and Pre-
ferential and General Rates of Duties as "41/2%"
and "6%" respectively.
(ii) "861-02.19" showing Class or Description of Goods
"Cameras of less than $50.00 value C.I.F."; Unit for
Classification "lb.", For Duty "value" and Prefer-
ential and General Rates of Duties as "15%" and
"25%" respectively.
(p) deleting Item No. "864-01.1" together with its Unit For
Classification and For Duty and its Preferential and
General Rates of Duties;
(q) adding the following new item immediately before Item
No. "864-01.2":-
(i) "864.01.11" showing Class or Description of Goods
"Watches, watch movements and cases"; Unit for
Classification "No.", For Duty "value" and Prefer-
ential and General Rates of Duties as "41/2%" and
"6%" respectively.
i (ii) "864-01.19" showing Class or Description of Goods
"Marine Chronometers and instrument panel
clocks"; Unit For Classification "No.", For Duty
"value" and Preferential and General Rates of
Duties as "20%" and "30%" respectively.

3. The reference to "No. 6 of 1969" appearing in the marginal Marginal note
note to section 1 of the Customs Duties (Amendmenrt No. 3) in No. 34 of
Ordinance, 1969, is hereby deleted and "No. 19 of 1969" substituted 1969 amended.
therefore.

Passed in the House of Assembly this 18th day of December, 1969.

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SAINT VINCENT.

Act No. 6 of 1969.

I Assent,


H. GEORGE,
Governor.
23rd December, 1969.


AN ACT further to amend the Agricultural and Co-operative Bank
of Saint Vincent Ordinance, 1966.
E 30th December, 1969. ]
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and
with the advice and consent of the House of Assembly of Saint
Vincent and by the authority of the same as follows:-

1. This Act may be cited as the Agricultural and Co-opera-
tive Bank of Saint Vincent (Amendment No. 2) Act, 1969, and
shall be read as one with the Agricultural and Co-operative Bank
of Saint Vincent Ordinance, 1966, hereinafter referred to as the
principal Ordinance and all amendments thereto.

2. This Act shall be deemed to have come into operation on
the 1st day of February, 1969.

3. Section 18 of the principal Ordinance is hereby amended
by the deletion of the words, "eighteen months" appearing in
paragraph (c) of sub-section (1) thereof; and the substitution
therefore of the words "three years"


Short title.
No. 16 of 1966.



Commencement.


Section 18 of
principal
Ordinance
amended.


Passed in the House of Assembly this 18th day of December, 1969.

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Clerk of the House of Assembly.
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SAINT VINCENT.



Act No. 7 of 1969.


I Assent,


H. GEORGE,
Governor.


23rd December, 1969.

AN ACT for the suspension of certain provisions of the Kingstown
Board Ordinance, Cap. 209.
[ 30th December, 1969. ]
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and
with the advice and consent of the House of Assembly of Saint
Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Act shall be cited as the Kingstown Board (Elections) Short title.
Act, 1969, and except where the context otherwise requires,
expressions used in this Act have respectively the same meaning
as in the Kingstown Board Ordinance, and all amendments Cap. 209.
thereto (hereinafter referred to as the principal Ordinance).


2. Notwithstanding the provisions of any law to the contrary
the members of the Kingstown Board who should retire in
December, 1969, shall continue in office for one year thereafter
and retire in December, 1970, as if 1970 was their third year in
office, and shall be eligible for re-election under the provisions
of the principal Ordinance if qualified to be elected to the Board.
3. Until and after the day of the Elections to be held in
December, 1970, the Board as constituted by law immediately
before the coming into operation of this Act, shall, subject to
this Act, continue to function and to act in all matters as if
this Act had not been passed.


Members who
would have
retired in 1969
to continue
in office.


Continuance of
Board until and
after election.


[L. S. ]







No. 7. Kingstown Board (Elections). 1969.


Suspension of 4. The provisions of sections 32, 33, 34, 35A, 35B, 35C, 35D,
certain sections 35E of the Kingstown Board Ordinance, shall be deemed to have
of Kingstown been suspended during and in respect of the year, 1969.
Board
Ordinance.
Cap. 209.

Commencement. 5 This Act shall be deemed to have come into operation on
the 1st day of May, 1969.

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SAINT VINCENT

Act No. 8 of 1969.

I Assent,

H. GEORGE,

[L. S. ] Governor.
23rd December, 1969.
AN ACT to provide for the retirement of Stella Brereton, Civil
Servant in the service of the Government of Saint Vincent,
and to authorise payment of retirement benefits to her.
[ 30th December, 1969. ]
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and
with the advice and consent of the House of Assembly of Saint
Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Act may be cited as the Stella Brereton (Gratuity Short title.
and Pension) Act, 1969.


2. Notwithstanding the provisions of any law to the con-
trary, Stella Brereton shall be deemed to have been permitted
to retire from the public service of Saint Vincent, with effect
from the 25th day of August, 1969, as if circumstances had arisen
enabling her to be permitted to retire in accordance with the
provisions of the Ordinances and Regulations referred to in
section 20 of the Pensions Ordinance, 1948; and the provisions
of the said Ordinances and Regulations shall be applied so that
retirement benefits thereunder shall be received by the said
Stella Brereton in respect of the retirement deemed to have been
permitted.


Stella Brereton
deemed to have
been permitted
to retire from
25th August,
1969.
No. 16 of 1948.


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SAINT VINCENT.

Act No. 9 of 1969.

I Assent,


[L.S.]


AN ACT TO AMEND the Immigration (Restriction) Ordinance,
1939.

[ 30th December, 1969. 1

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and
with the advice and consent of the House of Assembly of Saint
Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Act shall be cited as the Immigration (Restriction)
(Amendment) Act, 1969, and shall be read as one with the
Immigration (Restriction) Ordinance, 1939 (hereinafter referred
to as the principal Ordinance) and all amendments thereto.
2. Section 2 of the principal Ordinance is hereby amended
by deleting paragraph (b) thereof and substituting the following
therefor:-
(b) A person shall be deemed to belong to Saint Vincent
if that person :is-
(i) a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies born
in Saint Vincent;
(ii) a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies born
outside Saint Vincent whose father was born in
Saint Vincent or who is domiciled in Saint Vincent,
and whose father being a citizen of the United
Kingdom and Colonies by virtue of naturalisation
or registration in Saint Vincent;
(iii) a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies by
virtue of naturalisation or registration in Saint
Vincent;


Short title.
No. 2 of 1939.

Section 2 of
the principal
Ordinance
amended.


H. GEORGE,
Governor.
23rd December, 1969.







No. 9. Immigration (Restriction) (Amendment). 1969.


(iv) a Commonwealth citizen who is domiciled in Saint
Vincent and has been ordinarily resident in Saint
Vincent for not less than seven years; or
(v) a woman who has been married to a person referred
to in any of the preceding sub-paragraphs of this
paragraph;
(vi) a person under the age of eighteen years who is the
child, stepchild or child adopted in a manner recog-
nized by law, of any such person as is referred to
in any of the foregoing sub-paragraphs of this para-
graph.
In this paragraph any reference to the father of a person
shall in relation to a person born out of wedlock and not legiti-
mated be construed as a reference to the mother of that person.



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SAINT VINCENT.

Act. No. 10 of 1969.


I Assent,


H. GEORGE,
Governor.


[L.S.]


23rd December, 1969.


AN ACT further to amend the Money Lending Ordinance.
[ 30th December, 1969. ]

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by
and with the advice and consent of the House of Assembly of
Saint Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-

1. This Act may be cited as the Money Lending
(Amendment) Act, 1969, and shall be read as one with
the Money Lending Ordinance, (hereinafter referred to as the
principal Ordinance) and all amendments thereto.

2. The principal Ordinance is hereby amended by insert-
ing therein immediately after section 10 the following new sec-
tion:-

Certain 11. (1) Nothing contained in sections 2, 3, 4 and
sections 7 of this Ordinance shall apply to any loan of money
not to
apply in or any agreement or security in respect of money
event of lent to any person in Saint Vincent by any firm or
body corporate or class of firm or body corporate as
order by the Minister responsible for finance may specify by
Minister, order published in the Gazette;


Short title.
Cap. 105
No. 21 of 1952.
No. 33 of 1967.

Amendment to
principal
Ordinance.







No. 10. Money Lending (Amendment). 1969.


(2) For the purposes of this section "firm"
means an unincorporated body of two or more indi-
viduals, or one or more individuals and one or more
bodies corporate, who have entered into partnership
with one another with a view to carrying on business
for profit.



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SAINT VINCENT.

Act No. 11 of 1969.


I Assent,


H. GEORGE,
Governor.


23rd December, 1969.

AN ACT to provide for expenditure during the financial year
ending on the thirty-first day of December, one thousand nine
hundred and sixty-nine, upon certain services in excess of the
Appropriation Law relating to the year one thousand, nine
hundred and sixty-nine.
[ 30th December, 1969. 1
WHEREAS the sum of money granted by the Appropriation
Ordinance 1969 for the services of the year ending on the thirty-
first day of December, one thousand, nine hundred and sixty-
nine is insufficient to meet the demands of such services.
BE IT ENACTED by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and
with the advice and consent of the House of Assembly of Saint
Vincent, and by the Authority of the same as follows:-

1. This Act may be cited as the Supplementary Appropriation Short title.
Act, 1969.


2. There shall be and there is hereby granted to Her Majesty
the Queen, Her Heirs and Successors for the year ending on the
thirty-first day of December, one thousand, nine hundred and
sixty-nine the sum of sixty thousand, three hundred and sixteen
dollars to be paid and appropriated out of the Consolidated Fund
of Saint Vincent and other funds of Saint Vincent for the said
year and to be applied and expended in the manner and for the
services mentioned in the Schedule to this Act.


Appropriation
of $60,316 for
the services of
the Colony for
the year 1969.


[ L. S.







No. 11. Supplementary Appropriation. 1969.


SCHEDULE

RECURRENT

Account Service Amount
Number $
1/103 Legislature 1,772
1/106 Judicial ...... 1,980
1/110 Chief Minister/Premier 5,210
1/120 Ministry of Finance "1,920
1/140 Ministry for Social Services 10
2/141 Education ...... 5,005
2/142 Medical and Health 6,656
1/144 Prisons 2,839
5/152 Loans and Advances 812
4/162 Port and M arine ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... 17,790
1/170 Housing, Local Government, and Community Development 3,200

Total Recurrent 47,194


CAPITAL

0/340 Social Services and Education 13,122

TOTAL 60,316


Passed in the House of Assembly this 11th day of December, 1969.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1969, No. 54.


OFFICIAL DESIGNATIONS (COMMTS3IONER OF POLICE) ORDER.



(Gazetted 30tih )cccnllber, 1]969).


1. Short title. This Order
missiolner of Police) ()rdeir 19!)(9.


cited


Official Desigations (('


2. Amendment of Schedule to Official Designation' Ordinance. The
Schedille-to the Official Desigiintioii (Odiininwe, 1940, No. 4 of 194() as :in(iid-
ed from time to time is hereby amended byv deleting tile words "Supc lintend-
ent of Police" a)ppearillg ill 1hie first coliiumii t liheeof ai d silli) ititutillg tile words
"Cliief of Police" and by delctli lg tlhe words "('li el' of Police" appea''ing inl
tlie second colium n thereof and substitutillg thle words "Colilniiissionier of
Police"



Made by the Governor under section 4 of the Official Designations ()Ordi-
le, (No. 4 of 1940) this 24th day of December, 1!)(9.

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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1969 No. 55.



PRISON (AMENDMENT) RULES.



(Gazetted 30th December. '1969).



1. Short title. These Rules-may be cited as the Prison (Amendment)
Rules, 1969, and shall be read as with the Prison Rules. 1968 (hereinafler
referred to as the principal Rules) and all amendments thereto.

2. Amendment to principal Rules. The principal Rules are hereby
amended by the insertion of the following Rule immediately after Rule 240
thereof:-
240A. No prison officer .shall be a member of any trade union other
than the Saint Vincent Civil Service Association or such other body
representing the interests of public officers as the Premier may determine
for the purposes of section 77(1) of the Constitution of Saint Vincent.



Made by the Governor under section 53 the Prisons Ordinance, 19(i7,
this 24th day of December, 1969.

C. I. MARTIN,
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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1969, No. 56.



(Gazetted 30th December, 1969).



BY THE GOVERNOR.

A PROCLAMATION.

[L.S. ]

H. GEORGE,
Governor

WHEREAS it is enacted by section one (1) of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic (Amendment) Ordinance, 1969, that the said Ordinance shall come into
operation on a day to be appointed by the Governor by Proclamation in the
Gazette.

Now THEREFORE, I, Hywel George, Governor of Saint Vincent pursuant to the
authority vested in me by the said Ordinance do hereby proclaim that the afore-
said Ordinance shall come into force on the 24th day of December, 1969.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of Saint Vincent at Government
House in Saint Vincent, this 24th day of December, One thousand nine
hundred and sixty nine and in the Eighteenth Year of the Reign of Her
Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1969, No. 57.

MOTOR VEHICLES (FEES AND DUTIES) REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 30th December, 1969).

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Motor Vehicles
(Fees and Duties) Regulations, 1969, and shall be read as one with the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1940 (No. 20 of 1940) (hereinafter re-
ferred to Ps the Ordinance) and all amendments thereto.

2. First Schedule to the Ordinance amended. The First Schedule to the
Ordinance as replaced by the Motor Vehicles (Fees and Duties) Regulations,
1961, (S.R. & 0. 1961. No. 29) is hereby amended by inserting between the
item HIRING CARS & TAXIS and the provisos to regulation 2 thereof the
following new item-
RENTED CARS

Motor Vehicles licensed to -arry not more than 4
passengers excluding the driver $50.00
Motor Vehicles licensed to carry more than 4
passengers excluding the driver and not more than 6
passengers excluding the driver $60.00



Made by the Governor under section 68 (2) of the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic Ordinance, 1940 (No. 20 of 1940), this 24th day of December,
1969.

C. I. MARTIN,
Secretary to the Cabinet.



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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1969, No. 58.

MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD TRAFFIC (REMOVAL OF VEHICLES)
REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 30th December, 1969).

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Removal of Vehicles) Regulations, 1969.
2. Interpretation. In these Regulations-
/
(a) references to the removal of a vehicle from a road are references
to the removal of that vehicle from that road to a place which is not
on any other road;
(b) references to removing, moving or making arrangements for the
safe custody of a vehicle shall respectively include references to
removing, moving or making arrangements for tile safe custody of
any load carried by the vehicle;
(c) the expression "relevant statutory prohibition or restriction" means
a prohibition dr restriction contained in, or having effect under
any of the enactments for the time being in force relating to motor
vehicles and road traffic;
(d) references to any enactment shall be construed as references to
that enactment as amended or extended by or under uny subsequent
enactment;
(e) "police officer" means any member of the Police Force.
3. (1) Vehicles which a police officer may require to be moved. This
regulation applies to a vehicle which-
(a) has broken down, or has been permitted to remain at rest, on a
road in such a position or in such condition or in such circum-
stances as to be likely to cause danger to other persons using the
road; or
(b) has been permitted to remain at rest on a road in contravention of
any relevant statutory prohibition or restriction; or
(c), has broken down, or has been prohibited to remain at rest. on a
road in such a position or in such condition or in such circumstances
as to cause obstruction to other persons using the road.
(2) A police officer may require the owner, driver or other person in
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it or cause it to be moved, and any such requirement may include a require-
ment that the vehicle shall not be moved to any such road or to any such
position on a road as may be specified.

(3) A person who fails to comply with any requirement given under this
regulation shall be guilty of an offence and liable on summary conviction to
a fine not exceeding twenty-four dollars in addition to any punishment in the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1940, and all amendments thereto.

(4) For th purpose of sub-paragraph (b) of paragraph (1) of this regu-
lation a vehicle which has broken down and has remained at rest for any
period in any position on a road shall be treated as if it has been permitted
to remain at rest in that position throughout that period.

4. Vehicles which a police officer may remove. Where a vehicle-
(a) is a vehicle to which regulation 3 of these Regulations applies; or
(b) having broken down on a road, appears to have been abandoned; or
(c) has been permitted to remain at rest on a road in such a position
or in such condition or in such circumstances as to appear to have
been abandoned;
a police constable may remove the vehicle or arrange for it to be removed
from that road or may move it or arrange for it to be removed to another
position on that or another road or to some other public place:

Provided that the powers conferred by this regulation on a police officer
shall not be exercised in the case of any vehicle by reason only of its being
such a vehicle as is mentioned sub-paragraph (c) of paragraph (1) of
regulation 3 of these Regulaiions mile-s the police officer is of the opinion
that the vehicle is so near a road .junctio'n, as to interfere with the passage
of other vehicles at or near that junction or that it is so far from the edge
of the carriageway or so near another vehicle or because of the narrowness
of the carriageway that-the space available for the passage of other vehicles
along the road is unduly restricted.

5. Manner in which vehicles may be moved. Any person removing or
moving a vehicle under these Regulations may do so by towing or driving the
vehicle or in such other manner as he may think necessary and may take
such measures in relation to the vehicle as he may think necessary to enable
him to remove or move it as aforesaid.

6. Safe custody of vehicles removed. Where a police officer removes or
makes arrangements for the removal of a vehicle from a road wider these





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Regulations he shall make such arrangements as may be reasonably necessary
for the safe custody of the vehicle.

Made under the authority of section 78 of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance, 1940, (No. 20 of 1940) this 24th day of December, 1969.

C. I. MARTIN,
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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1969, No. 59.

MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 30th December, 1969).

1. Short title and commencement. These Regulations which may be cited
as the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment No. 2) Regulations, 1969,
and shall be read as one with the Motor Vehicles. ad Roal Traffic Regulations,
1959 (S.R. & 0. 1959, No. 35) (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regu-
lations) and all amendments thereto, shall come into operation on the 30th
day of December, 1969.

2. New regulations added to principal Regulations. After regulation 53
of the principal Regulations, the following new regulations shall be added:-
53A. Use of Taxis, Hiring Cars and Rented Cars. It shall be an offence
under these Regulations, to use or cause or permit to be used-
(a) as a taxi or hiring car any vehicle not currently licensed as such.-
(b) as a rented car any vehicle not currently licensed as such.
Provided, however, that upon application made by the licensee of a
hiring car or taxi or of a rented car, as-the case may be, the Licensing
Authority may grant a permit in writing for the use of such 'hiring car
or taxi as a rented car in addition to its use as a hiring car or taxi for a
period not exceeding one week, or for the use of such rented car as a
hiring car or taxi in addition to its use as a rented car for a period not
exceeding one week. No charge Shall be made for the issue of any permit
under this regulation.
53B. Transitional Provision. Within fourteen days of the coming into
operation of this Regulation, any person being the holder of a current
licence-in respect of a hiring car or taxi, may surrender the same to the
Licensing Authority in exchange for a rented ear licence in respect of the
same vehicle which rented car licence shall expire on the same date on
which the surrendered licence was due to expire. Upon such exchange, the
registration of the hiring car or taxi shall also be amended so as to be-
come the registration of a rented car. No charge shall be made in respect
of any exchange of licence under this Regulation.

3. Form 1 of First Schedule to principal Regulations revoked and replaced.
Form 1 of the First Schedule to the principal Regulations is hereby revoked
and replaced with the following:-







FIRST SCHEDULE.


':orm 1.

(Reg. 4)
FORM OF PARTICULARS .TO BE GIVEN BY APPLICANT FOR
REGISTRATION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE.

THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 1940.


1. Full name of owner .
2~~~~~~~~~. Posta Addrss ofResidnce o


2. Postal Address of Residence of
owner

3. Description or type of vehicle ..

4. Type and Colour of Body and
Seating Accommodation

5. Make of Vehicle and year of
manufacture

6. Weight for Licensing Purposes


7. Whether intended for-
(a) Private use, or
(b) Use as a rented or
(c) Use as a public service
vehicle or
(d) Use for Irade purposes, or
(e) Use as freight passenger
vehicle


8. Particulars as to the position on
the vehicle on which it is pro-
posed to place the plates form-
ing the identification mark


Signature of Owner


Date of Application


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



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


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N.B.-It is an offence under the,0rdinance to give any particulars which are
not correct.

4. Form 2 of First Schedule to principal Regulations revoked and replaced.
Form 2 of the First Schedule to the principal Regulations is hereby revoked
and replaced with the following:-

FIRST SCHEDULE

Form 2.
(Reg. 11 (1)).

APPLICATION FOR LICENCE FOR A MOTOR VEHICLE.


THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD TRAFFIC
PARTICULARS.


Full Name of Owner
Residential Address
Registered Letter and Identification mark
Type of V vehicle ............................. .................................4.....
Whether intended for-
(a) Private use, or
(b) Use as a rented car, or
(c) use as a public service vehicle, or
(d) Use for-trade purposes, or
(e) Tse as a freight passenger vehicle
Weight for Licensing Purposes
Inspecting Engineer's Certificate No.

Signature of Owner


N.B.-It is an offence under the Ordinance
not correct.


ORDINANCE, 1940.


and number


Date


to give any particulars which are


5. Form 5 of the First Schedule to principal Regulations revoked and
replaced. Form 5 of the First Schedule to the principal Reg nations is
hereby revoked and replaced with the followi'ng:-





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FIRST SCHEDULE
Form 5.
(Beg. )4)
'N o ....................................... ............

THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 1940.
PERMIT TO DRIVE A 'MOTOR VEHICLE.

of ....... .. ...................
is hereby authorised to drive a M otor Vehicle* (M otor ............................................... .. or
Motor Cycle only) for the year ending on the 31st December, 19..................
Dated this day of 19..................
Kingstown,
:St. ,Vincent.
* Insert description, i.e., Private Motor Car, Rented Motor Car, Motor Omnibus,
'Taxi, Goods or Freight Passenger Vehicle.

for Licensing Authority.
6. -Provisions to be complied -with in the Second -Schedule 'to principal
Regulations amended. Paragraph (1) of the provisions to be complied-with
in the Second Schedule to the principal Regulations is hereby revoked and
replaced with the following:-
(1) Each plate must be rectangular and bear upon it the index mask
of P for private motor vehicles, R for rentad motor vehicles, H for public
-service vehicles, T for goods vehicles, HT for freight passenger vehicles;
the mark and number being arranged in comformity with the arrangement
of letters and figures shown on the diagram.

Made.by the Governor under section 78 of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance, 1940, (No. 20 of 1940) this 24th day of December, 1969.

C. I. MARTIN,
Secretary to the Cabinet.
(See. M.P. 1595).
NOTE
These Regulations amend the principal Regulations (Motor 'Vehicles and
Road Traffic Regulations, 1959, S.R. & O. 1959, No. 35) and provide conse-
quential amendments o'n the introduction of 'rented cars' into Saint Vincent.


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ACCOUNTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
ST. VINCENT, W.I.
25th March, 1969.

The Minister of Finance,
Kingstown.

Sir,
I have the honour to submit for the information of His Honour the
Administrator and Honourable Members of the Legislative Council the following
report on the Accounts of St. Vincent for the year ended 31st December, 1966:-
ESTIMATES
2. The Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure for the year 1966 were
passed by the Legislative Council on 1st April, 1966, subject to certain reserva-
tions, and formally approved by the Secretary of State by telegram No. 119
dated 13th May, 1966. The Estimates showed an anticipated deficit of
$1,872,960 which was to be met by a Grant-in-Aid from the United Kingdom
Exchequer and which amount is shown in the Annual Abstract Account (Ap-
pendix 1). Of this amount $1,773,960 and $99,000 relate to the Recurrent and
Capital Budget respectively as compared with the approved Deficit of $1,171,871
and $388,129 for the year 1965. The Estimates of Expenditure (Recurrent
Budget) provide for an increase of $1,004,132 over the approved Estimates for
1965, but of this sum, provision for payment of revised salaries consequent on
the implementation of the Report of the Salaries Commission 1965 accounts for
$645,000, the provision to meet normal increases in expenditure being $359,132.
3. The Appropriation (1966) Ordinance, 1966 was enacted as Ordinance
No. 6 of 1966 and assented to by His Honour the Administrator on 12th April,
1966.
4. The Estimates are laid out so as to distinguish clearly between capital
expenditure and expenditure of a recurrent nature, and there are separate
recurrent and capital Budgets. C.D. & W. expenditure is included under the
various Heads of Expenditure in a separate column.
5. The actual out-turn for the year resulted in a deficit of $39,059, details
of which are as follows:-
RECURRENT BUDGET
Ordinary Revenue (excluding C.D.W. and Overseas Service
Aid Schemes) $5,389,507
Grant-in-Aid 1,994,760

$7,384,267
Less Ordinary Expenditure (excluding C.D.W. and
Overseas Service Aid Schemes) 7,184,339

Surplus -$ 199,928

CAPITAL BUDGET
Sundry Receipts 1,461
Grant-in-Aid 99,000

$ 100,461
Less expenditure (excluding C.D.W. and Overseas Service
Aid Schemes) ... 339,448

Deficit 238,987

Overall Deficit $ 39,059

6. The apparent discrepancy of $104,653 between this figure and that of
$65,593 shown in the Statement of Assets and Liabilities as a Surplus is due
-to the fact that C.D.W. reimbursements exceeded the actual expenditure by







$102,057 and also to an excess of revenue in respect of Overseas Service Aid
of $2,596 over the actual expenditure.
7. As in previous years the system of Accounts in force continues in
keeping with Colonial Regulations and Instructions from the Secretary of State.
REVENUE
8. Total ordinary revenue received for the year under review amounted
to $5,389,507 which is $25,182 more than the Estimates of $5,364,325. Increases
and decreases are as follows:-


Increases
Excise Duties
Taxes
Post Office
Telephone
Rent and Interest..


$ 11,596
188,670
56,381
45
35,947



$292,639


Decreases
Import Duties
Export Duties
Other Duties
Licences
Port Dues
Other Fees
Loans & Advances......
Public Debt


9. Under the Capital Budget local receipts totalled only $1,461 which
included $678 for sale of Government property as against an estimated figure
of $5,000.
EXPENDITURE
10. Total Ordinary expenditure for the year amounted to $7,184,339 which
is $46,054 more than the estimates of $7,138,285.
Increases and Decreases are as follows:-


Increases
Administrator
Legal
Police
Office Chief
Minister
C.H. & P.A.
Ministry of Finance
Inland Revenue
Pensions
Public Debt
Charitable
Post Office
Public Works
Recurrent
Telephones
Miscellaneous


$ 4,3.38
951
3,832

4,044
1,770
12,797
3,608
7,006
25,012
4,031
13,034

179,421
2,284
84,442


Decreases
Audit
Judicial
Legislature
Acct. General
Customs & Excise......
Ministry of Social
Services
Education
Medical & Health
Prisons
Public Library
M.T.P.
Agriculture
Loans & Advances......
M.C.W.
Labour
Lands & Survey
Port & Marine
Public Works Dept.
Subventions


$346,570


11. Capital expenditure financed from local revenue amounted to $339,448
which is $160,552 less than the sum of $500,000 provided in the Estimates, the
savings arising mainly from E 52 Social Services and E 54 Communications
and Works.
Detailed statements of Revenue and Expenditure for the year may be
found at appendices xii and xiii to this report.
COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE SCHEMES
12. Expenditure on Coloniaj Development and Welfare schemes during
the year 1966 amounted to $1,527,837, a decrease of $126,303 under the estimated


$ 94,889
11.531
28,423
5,863
57,588
11,509
28,937
28,717

$267,457


$ 1,871
1,888
872
2,100
19,029

2,525
102,594
51,347
6,013
1,334
659
78,226
16,510
1,541
5,854
4,108
9,158
10,428
1,102

$317,159






expenditure of $1,654,140. Details of the Revenue and Expenditure under each
scheme will be found at Appendix XII under Heads R 15-Recurrent and R 5-
Capital, and in the C.D.W columns of Appendix XIII.

CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND
13 The Consolidated Revenue Fund amounted to $41,161 at the end of
the year as compared with a debit balance of $25, 943 at the end of the previous
year. The increase of $67,104 is explained as follows:-
Excess of expenditure over revenue plus grant-in-aid .. $ 39,059
Difference between C.D.W and O.S.A.S. Revenue & Expenditure 104,652

65,593
Add appreciation and gain on sale of investments 1,511

$ 67,104

PUBLIC DEBT
14. The Public Debt stood at $1,772,953 as at 31st December 1966, which
was a decrease of $23,734 under the 1965 figure of $1,796,287.
Details of the Public Debt as well as of the accumulated Sinking Funds
for its redemption, which amounted to $138,518 as at 31st December, 1966, are
shown at Appendix III.
LOANS REPAYABLE
15. The anmunt outstanding in respect of loans from General Revenue
repayable to the Territory as at 31st December, 1966 was $184, 386 as against
the corresponding figure of $181,807 at 31st December, 1965. Of this amount,
loans to Agricultural Credit Societies and Loans to Fishermen accounted for
$119,850 and $21,043 respectively.
The details of outstanding loans at Appendix IV include loans raised by
or on behalf of the Marketing Board, Kingstown Town Board and Land Settle-
ment Board from other sources for which Government is responsible in case
of default.
STAFF
16. During the period under review there were no additions to the staff
which consisted of the Accountant General, a Senior Accountant, a Price Control
Officer, an Inspector of Accounts, a Public Office Superintendent, an Adminis-
trative Officer, Bequia, a Revenue Officer, Georgetown and twenty-one clerks.
As in previous years there were several changes on the staff.
17. APPENDICES.
The following appendices are submitted with this Report:-
Appendix- I. Annual Abstract Account
II. Statement of Assets and Liabilities
III. Statement of Public Debt
IV. Statement of Loans repayable to the Colony
V. Statement of Expenditure from Loan Funds
VI. Statement of Special Funds
VII. Statement of Balances (excluding Special Funds)
VIII. Statement of General Deposits
IX. Statement of Advances
X. Statement of Investments
XI Statement of Abandoned Claims
XII. Detailed Statement of Revenue
XIII Detailed Statement of Expenditure
XIV Savings Bank Account.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant
A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant General.







APPENDIX I


SAINT VINCENT.












ANNUAL ABSTRACT ACCOUNT,



1966





TOTAL RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS DURING THE YEAR 1966


Receipts


Estimated
Receipts


Becurrent Budget

Import Duties
Export Duties
Excise Duties
Other Duties
Licences
Taxes
Port Dues
Other Fees
Post Office
Telephones
Rent and Interest
Loans and Advances
Public Debt


2,400,000
288,000
295,000
103,000
144,800
1,028,000
300,000
397,177
291,135
10,810
21,628
40,448
44.327


5,364,325

Other Revenue

Overseas Service Aid .. 30,800
Colonial Development and Welfare.. 148,940
Grant-in-Aid Administration .. 1,773,960

TOTAL RECURRENT REVENUE .j 7,318,025


Capital Budget

1. Local Revenue Oontribution:-
(a) Transferred from Recurrent
Budget
(b) Sundry Receipts
(e) Transfer from Depoaits
(d) Sale of Government Property
2. Surplus from Previous Years
8. Grant-in-Aid
4. Loans (including Unspent Balances
5. C.D.W. and Other Grants

TOTAL CAPITAL RTrWNum














TOTAL RrEVxx .


Consolidated Revenue Fund:-
Appreciation of Investments

Other Public Funds:-
United Kingdom Grants
Other Governments
Deposits
Irust Funds
Investments:-
Other Public Funds
Trust Funds
Advances:-
Other Governments
Public Officers
Others

Imprests
Joint Consolidated Fund

TOTAL RzczrPTS

Balance at 31st December, 1966


Actual
Receipts


More than Lees than
Estimated Estimated


*$$ $


2,305,111.04 94,888.96
276,468.91 11,531.09
306,596.09 11,596.09
74,577.32 28,422.68
138,936.89 5,863.11
1,216,669.76 188,669.76
242,411.67 57,588.33
385,668.50 11,508.50
347,516.59 56,381.59
10,855.20 45.201
57,574.86 35,946.86
11,510.82 28,937.18
15,609.82 28,717.18

5,389,507.47 292,639.50 267,457.03
i l


31,833.60
137,135.781
1,994,760.00

7,553,236.85
i -


710,879.93
3,576,000.00

19,910,713.06

819,703.81


120,730,416.87
j'


1033
1.033..60


11,804.22
220,800.00 -

514,473.10 279,261.25


d 0 t- bt- t
0- ci en -
rm m2O

10o Q







0 CMd Q


020 cS
j KM'cg


Payments


Recurrent Budget

Administrator ..
Audit
Judicial
Legal ..
Legislature
Police
Office of Chief Minister
Central Housing & Planning
Authority
Ministry of Finance
Accountant General
Customs and Excise
Inland Revenue
Pensions
Public Debt
Ministry of Social Services
Charitable
Education
Medical and Health
Prisons
Public Library
Ministry of Trade and Production'
Agriculture .
Loans and Advances
Ministry of Communications etc.
Labour
Lands and Surveys
Port and Marine
Post Office
Public Works Department
Public Works Recurrent
Telephones
Miscellaneous
Subventions


Estimate

C.D.W. and I
Local Other Loan
Revenue Grants


$ $


92,885
47,951
112,940
26,627
69,460
577,117
120,745

45,190
69,084
93,703
134,620
79,249
273,700
173,526
17,976
64,142
1,473,637
1,194,717
105.286
25,741
16,022
417,792
30,600
19,236
32,730
61,600
46,231
173,326
289,562
595,160
64,823
260,217
332,690


Other Expenditure

34. Overseas Service Aid

TOTAL RECUEEENT EXPENDITURE

Capital Budget

50. Administration
51. Police
52. Social Services
53. Trade and Production
54. Communications and Works


TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURE


TOTAL EXPENDITURE


$


10,000






66,248
40,665



291


8,000



23,736


Consolidated Revenue Fund:-

Other Public Funds:-
United Kingdom Grants
Other Governments
Deposits
Trust Funds

Investments.-
Other Public Funds
Consolidated Revenue Fund
Trust Funds
Sinking Funds

Advances:-
Other Governments
Public Officers
Other

Imprests
Joint Consolidated Fund

TOTAL PAYMENTS
Balance at 1st January, 1966


Total Local
Revenue


$ $


92,885 97,222.75
47,951 46,079.97
112,940 111,851.87
26,627 27,578.47
69,460 68,587.61
577,117 580,949.43
120,745 124,789.27

45,190 46,959.921
79,084 71,130.231
93,703 91,602.67
134,620 115,590.69
79,249 82,856.741
273,700 280,706.43
173,526 198,537.94:
17,976 15,451.48
64,142 68,172.71,
1,539,885 1,380,601.45
1,235,382 1,153,028.20
105286 99,272.50
25,741 24,406.89
16,022 15,362.78
418,083 339,856.86
30,600 14,090.00
19,236 17,695.11
40,730 30,765.45
61,600 57.492.26
46,231 37,072.64
173,326 186,359.84
313,298 282,332.10
595,160 774,580.85
64,823 67,107.35
260.217 344,659.18
332,690 331,587.84


C.D.W. and
Other
Grants


Actual

More than I Less than
Loan Total Estimated I Estimated


$


*


20,751.21







56,688.96
31,006.76






4,110.09



20,537.41


97,222.75i
46,079.97
111,851.87,
27,578.47
68,587.61
580,949.43
124,789.27

46,959.92
91,881.44!
91,602.67'
115,590.69,
82,856.74'
280,706.43
198,537.94,
15,451.48
68,172.71
1,437,290.41
1,184,034.96,
99,272.50
24,406.89
15,362.78
339,856.86
14,090.00
17,695.11
34,875.54
57.492.26
37,072.64
186,359.84
302,869.51
774,580.85 i
67.107.35
344,659.18
331,587.84


$


4,337.75
1,871.03
1,088.13
951.47
9872.39
3,832.43
4,044.27

1,769.92
12,797.44


3,607.74
7,006.43
25,011.94

4,030.71











13,033.81

179,420 85
2.284..35
84,442.18


2,100.33
19,029.31



2,524.5!

102,594.59
51,347.04
6,013.50
1,334.11
659.22
78,226.14
16.510.00
1,540.89
5,854.46
4,107.74
9,158.36

10,428.49



1,102.16


8,517.70i
507.62
1,765.12
6,372.82


77,760.97'
206,603.34
289,331.93

710,879.93
3,552,000.00

19,766,135.10,
964,281.77

20,730,416.87k


NIamined,


AuDIT OrFICE,
Br. VINCENT, W.L
27th September, 1968.


H. H. HAMLETT,
Senior Auditor. TRIA'UI Y CHAUNxn
Sr. VInCENT, W.
19th August, 1968.


A. J. DaSILVA,
dccountant Gnerd


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






APPENDIX II.

STATEMENT OF A8 A NT AD LIABILITIES OF THE TERRITORY OF SAINT VINCENT AS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1966.


LIABILITIES

CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND:

Colony Reserve Fund
Gain on Sale of Investments
Appreciation of Investments in 1966
Revenue Surplus in 1966


LESS:-

General lJeveuue Balance, 66


OTHER PUBLIC FUNDS:-

United Kingdom Grants
Other Governments
Deposits

Barclays Bank Advance


S$ e.

35,322 17
37 18
1,473 82
65,593 73

102,426 96


61,265 95 41,160 95




71 107 31
16t,902 96
995,589 59 1,231,599 86
906,426 49


ASSETS

CASH BALANCES:-

In Hand
Sub-Accountants a/c.
Sub-Accountants Remittances
Crown Agents
Joint Consolidated Fund
In Transit


1965




300,276


300,276


INVESTMENTS:

I Consolidated Revenue Fund
Other Public Funds
049,604 Sinking Fund (over-invested)


1,211,770


TRUST FUNDS:


I ADVANCES:

Other Governments
Public Officers
Other


TRUST FUNDS:


Hayward Bank
Simmons Bequest


1,675 38
846 00


5,815 LOAN DEVELOPMENT FUND:-


2,521 38



5,815 37


32,288


Investments-Hayward Bank
Simmons Bequest


25,944 CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUN1):


2,219,882



NOTES as at 31st December, 1966.


2,187,524 05 2,219,882
I _ _ _


1. The Public Debt (not recorded in the above Liabilities), stood at $1,772,552.96. This figure includes $38,412.44, being balance on loan to the Marketing
$96,000.00 loaned to the Kingstown Board and $66,600.00 loaned to the Land Settlement Board from the Development loan from which General Revenue
only in case of default. The Accumulated Funds for Redemption stood at $138,518.30.


2,187,524 05


Organisation;
is responsible


2. Loan from Revenue repayable to the Colony amounted to $184,385.83.
3. The sum of $188,666.56 (not recorded in the above Assets) was due to the Colony by H.M. Government for reimbursement of C.D. & W. Expenditure.
4. There is a contingent Liability to the Government Housing Loans Board in the sum of $312,000.00, and to the St. Vincent Arrowroot Association in the sum of $1,848,000.00, plum
interest.

Examined.
H. H. HAMLETT,
Basier Auditor.
AUDIT Ommc. Tasaaun O iaT
ST. Vnrcnr, W1. SLm Vmamv, W1I
14th September, 1988. 31st August, 1968.


A. J. DSILVA,
Assistat Gam@


1,118,821

1,062,958


32,288


$ e.


48,651 75
29,045 37
8,402 17
623 14
177,600 00
25



36,630 04
613,620 57
5,655 34


109,724 39
315,986 72
839,062 93





1,675 38
846 00


e.






264,322 68





655,905 95






1,264,774 04


2,521 38











APPENDIX iI.


Arr VImcNT.


STATEMENT OF PUBLIC DEBT OF THE COLONY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1966.


Description of Loan.


DEBENTURE HOLDERS.

Hydro-Electric Loan, 1949.






Water Supply Loan, 1949.





Rural Water Supply Loan,
1910.


COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT
AND WELFARE SCHEMES.


When incurred and for
what purpose.


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


Provision for repayment
and Legal Authority


Sinking Fund Contribution.
Loan Ordinance, 1948.


In 1949, for Water Supply to Sinking Fund Contribution.
Metropolitan Area, fr o m Loan Ordinance, 1948.
headwaters of the Yambou
River.


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


Loan for Land Settlement, In 1945 for purchase of Snagg
Canouan. (Scheme D 277). Estate, Canouan, for Land
Settlement purposes.


Sinking Fund Contribution.
Loan Ordinance, 1948.





First instalment of Loan for
23 years, free of interest for
first three years, then re-
payable with interest at
3/% by equated annuities
over a period of 20 years.


Amount of
Original Debt.


$ 4

120,000.00






120,000.00





115,200.00






9,120.00


e of Accumulated
Interest. Funds for
Redemption.


31/2%






31/2%


$ *

8,703.52






8,556.60





5,217.48 DR.


Amount out-
Amount Repaid. standing at end
I of year.


$ 4 $

57,000.00 63,000.00






57,000.00 63,000.00





24,700.00 90,500.00






7,901.36 1,218.64


Remarks.


Both principal and interest
are charges on 6enera!
Revenue. Loan extinguish
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
1949.


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


Loan to Marketing
Organization.


In 1943, for establishment of
a Leasehold Settlement at
Bequla.


Between years 1959 & 1960 to
provide working capital for
Marketing Board.


Loan for twenty-five years
Repayable by equated an-
nuities with interest at 3%
per annum.

Ordinance No. 4/59. Repay-
able by equated annuities
of principal and interest
over period of 15 years
from after December, 1963.


5,760.00




48,000.00





418,080.00


3%




5%


Nil




Nil


5,126,24




9,587.56


633.76 Repayment commenced in
1944.



38,412.44 Both principal and interest
are charges on General
Revenue in case of default.


161,315.16 256,764.84


Carried forward


I 12,047.64


--r ------------





STATEMENT OF PUBLIC DEBT OF THE COLONY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1966.


Dcription iof on. When incurred and for Provision for repayment Amount of Rate of
what purDose. and Legal Authority. Original Debt. Interest.

; -- ._~- ^ _. ^ _-^ ^_
Brought forward 418,080.00
GRABAM BEQUEST.

Oraham Bequut Loan, 1952. In 1952 for the alteration & Loan for twenty years. Re- 15,152.72 2%
extension of the Colonial payable by equal annual in-
Hospital. stalments.

CROWN AGENTS FOR
OVERSEA GOVTS. &
ADMINISTRATIONS.


8t. Vincent Development Loan In 1963 for Development Ordinance No. 13 of 1963.
(1963). purposes in accordance Sinking Fund Contribution.
with the St. Vincent De- Loan repayable between
velopment plan 1955-1964. 1974 and 1976.





Total


1,512,000.00


6%/2


1,945,232.72


Accumulated Amount out-
Fonds for Amount Repaid. standing at end Remarks.
Redemption. of year.

$1,0 $ 47.64~ 161,31516 2 256,764. -
12,047.64 i 161,315.16 256,764.84 I


Nil







126,470.66


138,518.30


11,364.60


3,788.12 Both principal and interest
are charges on General
Revenue.


Nil 1,5,12,000.00 Both principal and interest
are charges on General
Revenue, with the excep-
tion of $96,000.00 borrowed
by the Kingstown Board and
$66,600.00 by the Land Set-
tlement Board, for which
General Revenue is respon-
sible only in case of default
172,679.76 1,772,552.96


Certified Correct,


H. H. HAMLEI'T,
Senior Auditor.


A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant General.


Treasury,
St. Vincent, WI.
AUDIT OFFICE, 19th August, 1968.
ST. VINCENT, W.I.
14th September, 1968.


Examined,






SAINT VINCENT.


FROM ZENRIAL REVENUE
Agricultural Credit Societies
and Producers Association


Cane Farmers Association


Fishermen


277,446.68


1,728.34


-. ..- 37,436.14


Government Cotton Ginnery

Layou Town Board

Malvern Sports Club

Marriaqua Village Council

Netball Association

Students



St. Vincent Players

Total

FROM C.D.W. SCHEMES

Marketing Board


56,830.00

3,543.63

38.43

- 2,000.00

500.00

15,866.65



500.00

-- 395,889.87


48,000.00


1956/66 Ordinance No. 1 of 1934


1957 Administrator



1956/66 Administrator and Ex.


1959 Governor General

1963 Executive Council

1957 Administrator

1966 Executive Council

1963 Finance Committee

1956/86 Finance Committee,
Administrator and
Executive Council

1964 Administrator


1959/60


Secretary of State


157,596.09


Co.


16,392.84


34,098.00

992.04

35.48



200.00

2,050.00


139.59


119,850.59 Loans bearing interest at 42% p.a. to be paid
Within one year.

1,726.34 To be repaid by the Association when negotia-
tions between Mt. Bentinck and Cane Farmers
Association have been finalized. Interest free.

21,043.30 Equal quarterly instalments over a period of
2 to 4 years. Some at 5%, some at 41% inter-
est after first year, others interest free.
22,732.00 Repayable in 10 years. Interest 5% p.a.

2,551.59 Repayable in 10 years. Interest free.

2.95 Repayable by December, 1958. Interest free.

2,000.00 Repayable by December, 1967. Interest 41/2% p.a.

300.00 Repayable on 17th August, 1964. Interest 5% p.a.

13,816.65 Two loans repayable on return to Colony; one
on termination of Scholarship. Interest 3%
p.a., One repayable by December 1967. Interest
free. One repayable by December, 1968.
360.41 Interest Free. Repayable from receipts of pro-
duction of Play "Julius Caesar".


211,504.04 184,385.83



9,587.56 38,412.44


Repayable by equated annuities of principal and
interest over a period of 15 years from after
December 1963. Interest 5% per annum.


FROM DEVELOPMENT LOAN
Kingstown Town Board for
Market .- 96,000.00 1963 Legislative Council and 96,000.00 Repayable 1974/76. Interest at 6%% p.a. Sink-
Secretary of State ing Fund total $62,460.76.

Land Settlement Board 66,600.00 1963 do. 66,600.00 Repayable 1974/76. Interest 68% pa.

Total 162,600.00 162,600.00_


Examined,


Audit Oflmce,
St. Vincent, WJ.
14th September, 1968.


H. H. HAMLET,
Senior Auditor.


TWASURT,
ST. VmQIC WI.
19th August, 1988.


A. J. DASILVA,
Accountant General.


APPENDIX IV.

STATEMENT OF LOANS REPAYABLE TO THE COLONY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1066.

Date Authority Amounts Balances as at Rate of Interest and Terms of Repayment
Repaid 31st Dec. 1966

i $- $


_1








APPENDIX V.


STATE INT


Loan Ordinance
and Items on
Sch edule


EXIENDIITURE FROM LOAN FUNDS FOR YEAR ENDING 31ST DECEMBER, 1966.

EXPENDITURE


Total
provided
by, Law


Amount
raised by
Loan Issue


Amount
Received
less Expciises
on Loan


To end of
previous
year


This year


Total
at
31.12.66.


$ $* $ # $ ' $ t$


A. J. DaSILVA,
Ag. Accountant General.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT, W.I.
19th August, 1968.


H. H. HAMLETT,
Senior Auditor.

AUDIT OFFICE,
SAINT VINCENT, W.I.
14th September, 1968.


Examined,








APPENDIX VI.

SAINT VINCENT.

STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS (OTHER PUBLIC FUNDS) ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1966.


Bain Gray
Prize Fund.


Ba
To


$


I Colonial
irrouallie Bequia Calliqua I Chateaubelair Develop. & Cotton Cotton
wn Fund. District Town Fund Town Funds. Welfare Working Factory
Council. Schemes. Account. Depreciati


$$ $ $ $ $ # $


Balances as at 1st January
1966

Receipts during 1966


Payments during 1966


920.46 2,656.67 2,470.12

Nil 7,337.22 22,464.72
920.46 9,993.89 24,934.84

Nil 5,560.74 22,006.32
920.46 4,433.15 2,928.52


DR 893.48

6,694.97
5,801.49

6,416.70
DR 615.21


1,693.41

7,168.38
9,161.79

6,898.83


2,262.96


11,757.33 DR 75,845.51 397.98 DR 56,843.02

1,653,286.20 73,524.60 9.92 1,770,788.01
1,665,043.53 DR 2,320.91 407.90 1,713,942.99

1,593,936.22 67,246.51 Nil 1,702,065.32


.. r r i D I nrn 11r 7


ADpreciation of Investments

Balances as at 31st December,
1966


Investments held at Market
Price -

Cash in Hands of Treasurer


Cash due to Treasurer


Balances as at 31st December
IB6 69 _


10.62 Nil Nil Nil


909.84 4,433.15 2,928.52 DR 615.21


748.82

1l1 0g


Nil Nil

a4 I3 i 2928.52


Nil
I


2,262.96


Nil

2.262.96


71,107.31 DR 69,567.42


Nil

71.107.31


A 1r 29-,2852--- I 226296


S ___________615.21 _


69,567.42


DR 69,567.42


407.90


407.90


- 10.62


11,867.05


1,156.72

80,892.96


_ I 70,182.63


1 6 90 84 i 711 73 1... --- ,,


Totals.


on.


$ f


909a4 i


'I


1U0.0U II.U ,. .


1,1u0l.i-1 DR 69,567.42 i


407.90


71.107.31


11,867.05


449%16 2.928.52


DR 615.21


2.262.96





6TATEMT OF SPECIAL FUNDS (OTH PUBLIC FUNDS) ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1966.


Balances as at 1st January
1966

Receipts during 1966


Payments during 1966


Appreciation }
Depreciation of Investments
Depreciation I


Balances as at 31st December,
1966 74.22 14,793.66 248.84 2,488.59 DR 30.00

Investments held at Market


Price

Cash in Hands of Treasurer i


Nil

74.22


Nil

14,793.66


Cash due to Treasurer

Balances as at 31st December
1966 ...... ...... 74.22 1 14,793.66


Nil

248.84


Nil


15,810.67


15,810.67


1,273.31


Nil


1,675.38 36,334.67


1,675.38


17,486.05


2,488.59 1,273.31 18,878.62


30.00 30.00


248.84 2,488.59 DR 30.00 15,810.67 I 1,273.31 1,675.38 36,334.67


Central Co-operative
Cotton Housing & Societies Cess Fair Hall Graham Georgetown Hayward
Growers Planning Audit & on Cocoa Trust Fund. Bequest Fund. Bank Totals.
Association. I Authority. Supervision. Fund.

$ t$ $ 4 $ $ $ $ ~ $ $ t $ 4 $ 4

92.22 13,284.26 248.84 2,264.75 DR 30.00 14,842.11 1,012.62 1,603.24 33,318.04

1,065.51 i 41,796.88 Nil 223.84 Nil 968.56 10,345.70 72.14 54,472.66
1,157.76 55,081.14 248.84 2,488.59 DR 30.00 15,810.67 11,358.32 1,675.38 87,790.70

1,083.54 40,287.48 Nil Nil Nil Nil 10,085.01 Nil 51,456.03
74.22 14,793.66 248.84 2,488.59 DR 30.00 15,810.67 1,273.31 1,675.38 I 36,334.67


Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
iNi


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


248.84


248.84


DR 30.00


1,273.31 i


2,488.59


15,810.67 i


1,675.38


36,334.67





STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS (OTHER PUBLIC FUNDS) ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1966.


Lowmans I
Hayward Home Fund. Layou Windward Motor Launch Musgrave Marriaqua Overseas
X-Ray Fund. Towm Fund. District Depreciation. Prize Fund Village Service Aid
Council. Council. Scheme

$ 4 $ 4 $ 4 $ I $ 4 $ 4 $ t $ 4
Balances as at 1st January
1966 163.02 17,946.18 DR 105.81 278.64 1,449.56 464.88 539.66 Nil

Receipts during 1966 Nil 504.26 6,491.61 8,620.00 36.22 Nil 5,636.14 j 31,833.60
163.02 18,450.44 6,385.80 8,898.64 1,485.78 464.88 6,175.80 31,833.60
Payments during 1966 Nil Nil 6,076.73 8,323.54 Nil Nil 4,939.12 31,833.60
163.02 18,450.44 309.07 575.10 1,485.78 464.88 1,236.68

Appreciation )
Depreciation of Investments Nil 435.62 Nil Nil Nil 4.42 Nil

Balances as at 31st December
1966 163.02 18,014.82 309.07 575.10 1,485.78 460.46 1,236.68

Investments held at Market
Price Nil 16,968.16 Nil Nil 1,485.78 312.14 Nil

Cash in Hands of Treasurer 163.02 1,046.66 309.07 575.10 148.32 1,236.68


18,766.08

3,478.85


Cash due to Treasurer

Balances as at 31st December
1966 .. 163.02 18,014.82 309.07 p 575.10 1,485.78 460.46 1,236.68 22,244.93


,


Totals.


$ 4

20,736.13

53,121.83
73,857.96

51,172.99
22,684.97


- 440.04



22,244.93





STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS (OTHER PUBLIC FUNDS) ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1966.

Sugar
Permanent Plnt lSavings Stmmons Industry SSgar frosmaca
Investment Protection Bank. Bequest Labour Industry Village Totats.
Eruption. Deposit. Fund. Welfare. Rehabilitation. Council.

$ C $ ( $ y $ $ Et & 4$ 4 $ 4
Balances as at 1st January
1966 60,000.00 33.39 566,613.22 809.57 29,874.68 393.02 732.29 658,456.17

Receipts during 1966 ..... Nil Nil 248,830.92 36.43 1,656.55 Nil 2,026.35 252,550.25
60,000.00 33.39 815,444.14 846.00 31,531.23 393.02 2,758.64 911,006.42

Payments during 1966 .. Nil Nil 261,923.33 Nil 31,531.23 i Nil i 1,824.98 295,279.54
60,000.00 33.39 553,520.81 846.00 Nil 393.02 933.66 615,726.88

Appreciation of Investments Nil il 5,641.56 Nil Nil Nil Nil 5,641.56
DepreciationNl Nl 5 I

i^ocn~s as at 31st December


1966


Investments held at Market
Price

Cash in Hands of Treasurer


Cash due to Treasurer

Balances as at 31st December
1966 ......


Total of Balances at 31.12.66.

Page 1 -
Page 2 -
Page 3
Page 4 -


60,000.00 33.39 559,162.37 846.00


Nil

33.39


526,380.42

32,781.95


Nil '


846.00 Nil


393.02


933.66


621,368.44


Nil Nil 578,733.10

393.02 933.66 42,635.34


I ~ ------I I


60,000.00


$ 4
11,867.05
36,334.67
22,244.93
621,368.44

691,815.09


Examined,


AUDIT OFFICE,
DT. VINCENT, W.I.
14th September, 1968.


33.39 559,162.37

SUMMARY:
Total Investments at 31.12.66.

Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4





H. H. HAMLET,
Senior Auditor,


846.00


$ 4
- 1,156.72
17,486.05
_ 18,766.08
S578,733.10

616,141.95


393.02


933.66 1 621,368.44


Net Cash Balance in Hand of Treasurer.


Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4


TREASURY,
ST. VINCENT, W.I.
19th August, 1968.


$ 4
10,710.33
18,848.62
3,478.85
S 42,635.34

$75,673.14


A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant General


51,506.68

8,493.32


I '





STATEMENT OF BALANCES (EXCLUDING SPECIAL FUNDS) OF TI

1965 1966
$ $ $


DEPOSITS:-

Controller Supplies-Trading

Sundry Deposits



Loan Development Fund


OVERDRAFT:

Barclays Bank



CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND:-

General Revenue Balance

Colony's Reserve Fund


82,082 95

340,222 27
___2


5,838.78

35,322.17


422,305 22



5,815 37




906,426 49


41,160.95


1,375,708.03


Examined,


Audit Office,
St. Vincent, W.I.
28th November, 1968.


H. H. HAMLETT,
Senior Auditor.


402,433



5.815




1,062,958


1,471,206





TERRITORY OF SAINT VINCENT AS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1966.


ADVANCES
DEPOSITS OVEBDRAWN:-
Dominica Government
Grenada Government
Post Office
St. Lucia Government

Overinvestment of Sinking Fund


CASH:-

Crown Agents' Current
Joint Consolidated Fund
In Hand
In Transit
Sub-Accountants A/c
Sub-Accountants Remittances


$ t
623 14
177,600 00
48,651 75
25
29,045 37
8,402 17 264,322 68


Investments, 'onsolidated Revenue Fund .....


326,500 LESS:-
Cash from Special Funds in Hands of Treasurer


25,944 Consolidated Revenue Fund

471,206




A. J.

Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent, W.I.
28th November, 1968.


. 36,630 04

300,952.72

75,673.14


225,279 58


1,375,708.03




DaSILVA,
Accountant General.


711,742



407,020


$ t


2,939 20
24,050 82
334,384 58
5,069 71


1966
$ #

778,328.8C



366,444 31

5,655.34








APPENDIX VIII.


SAINT VINCENT.

DETAILED STATEMENT OF GENERAL DEPOSITS AS AT
31ST DECEMBER, 1966.


MISCELL.ANEUS


Debits
$


A. 9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
B. 1.
11.
10.
20.
21.
24.
26.
C. 5.
7.
13.
22.
23.
26.
27.
29.
30.
D. 1.
2.
3.
14.
15.
E. 1.
6.
T.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
F. 1.

11.

G. 1.

10.
17.
IH. .
7.
8.

9.
I. 1.
2.
4.
5.
9.
J. 4.
5.
K. 5.
L. 1.


13.
15.


Credits
t $ #
234.57
2.20
54,933.45
9,127.01


Acquisition of Land-Mrs. Ollivierre
Antigua Cane Cutters
Arnos Vale Development Scheme
Agricultural Exhibition
Auction Sales
British Preferential Tariff
Birth Certificates
Bain Gray Prize Fund
Blenkinsopp, Dr. E. M.
Banfield, Solomon
Banana Breeding Research Scheme
Baptistc, Winston G.
Cambridge Local Examinations
Customs Sales
Chester Cottage Housing Scheme
Cable and Wireless
Cane Cutters-St. Croix
Cargo Handling
Central Cotton Station
Chapman, .. L.
Calnidates General Elections
Distressed Emigrants' Fund-old a/c
Distressed Emigrants' Fund-new a/c
Drivers' Examination Fees
I)DRoche, Bertram
Dutch Full Gospel Movement
Examination of Passenger Boats
East Africa W. & O. Pension Scheme
Emmanuel High School Fees
Earl Mountbatten Trust Fund
Estate of Helena DaSilva, alias Philbert etc.
Excess Storage
Edwards, Vernon B.
Estate of Iigby Hadley
Fees, Government Housing Loans Board
-No. 1 a/c
-No. 2 a/c
-No. 3 a/c
Fees, Intermediate School
Games Fees, Girls' High School
Games Fees, Grammar School
Giles, A. F.
Georgetown Day Nursery
Hurricane Relief Fund
Hospital Comforts
Harry, Erling
Hire of Agriculture Dept. Tractor
Import Duty
Inspection Fees, Motor Vehicles
Insurance, Government Schools
Insurances
Income Tax Sales
Joshua, E. T.
Jack, Theresa
Keane, Clifford
Land and House Tax Sales
London B.A. and LL.B. Examination Fees
Lockhart, R. E.
Licence-Auctioneers
Labour Commissioner

Carried Forward ..


Folio No.


29.40
766.89
6.89
216.97
240.00
71.00
268.45
819.62
527.28
5,127.68
1,053.01
1,122.71
4,672.71)
38,021.80
480.00
288.00
240.00
688.12
396.00
972.40
78.00
47.44
119.90
32.00
1,373.05
3.00
155.50
1,152.56
25.00
1,758.09

1,146.70
2,305.30
16,847.93
28.62
999.66
740.55
96.00
764.34
180.75
123.07
100.00
1,100.21
1,003.20
694.78
670.00
7,402.74
778.00
8.00
7.80
63.00
2,919.33
617.88
510.00
1,440.00
.23

5,286.19 160,312.68





Polio No. MISCELLANEOUS Debits Credits


16.
M. 1.
3.
11.
12.
N. 1.
2.
4.
5.
7.
0. 1.

P. 1.
2.
3.
4.
7.
12.
14.
17.
19.
20.
21.
Q. 1.
R. 1.
2.
3.
4.
S. 1.
2,.
3.
4.
5.
8.
10.
30.
31.
32.
37.
43.
44.
46.
48.
T. 8.
U. 1.
W. 10.
16.
Y. 3.


ADn INISTRATIONS
Government of Antigua
British Guiana
Jamaica
St. Kitts-Nevis
Trinidad and Tobago
Barbados
Montserrat
Virgin Islands
Dominica
Grenada
SSt. Lucia


Brought Forward
Leigertwood, O. E.
Musgrave Prize Fund
Mancini, G. V.
Medica, David
Malone, S. A.
Neehall, Bertrand
Noi-Residcnts' Fee,, Public Library
Nicholls, Carl
Nisbett, Grenetha
Nicholls, C. F
Operating Expenses. Biabou Arrowroot
Factory ..
Phillips, Eliza-Bequest Fund
Port Elizabeth Town Extension
Private Latrine Programme
Police Canteen Fund
Police Reward Fund
Police Sports Fund
Private Surveys
Peters, Lawrence C.
'olin. William
Prince, Edith
Police Benefit Club
Queen, Robert T.
Raw Cotton Commission
Recruited Workers, U.S.A
Royal Society of Arts Examination
Redemption Sharpe Estate
Suitors' Money, P.M. 1 D.-old a/c
Suitors' Money, P.M. 2 D.-old a/c
Suitors' Money, P.M. 3 D.-old a/c
Suitors' Money, Registrar Supreme Court
Suspense Account
Swisterski, K. P.
Sight Entries
Suitors' Money, P.M. 1 D-new a/c
Suitors' Money, P.M. 2 D-new a/e
Suitors' Money, P.M. 3 D-new a/c
Sale of D.O.S. Maps
Sutherland, Catherine
Schooner-''Lunita A. Compton-
Sale of Salt
Scholarship, Gcest Industries
Templeton, James
Unpaid Salaries
Workmen's Compensation
War Graves'
Youth Trust Fund

Totals


$ t
5,286.19


75.00

48.00








1,140.22






36.06















16.00


5,914.91

12,516.38 221,945.86


3,165.87
920.06
11,975.32
2,121.73
35,260.89
78,166.37
336.21
44.13
4,895.92
12,348.50
6,343.05

12,392.63 143,185.42


$ t
160,312.68
48.00
40.66

135.00

656.60
62.40
25.00
4.96
50.00

1,631.10
44.36
15,019.12

52.51
42.40
.44
464.71
2.50
2.64
5.00

.75
6,805.10
1,761.25
150.76
15,897.78
231.43
452.57
45.64
4,285.54
217.59
33.96
6,975.64
1,170.03
1,829.59
169.99
704.88

212.31
66.72
201.00
200.00
1,432.35
30.00
470.90


G. 8.
4.
6.
6.
7.
8.
9.
14
18.
19.
20.





SUMMARY.
Miscellaneous: Total Credits
Less Debits

Administrations: Total Credits
Less Debits










Examined,


221,945.86
12,516.38 209,429.48

143,185.42
12,392.63 130,792.79

340,222.27


A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant (enerat

Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent, W.T.
19th August, 1968.


II. II. IIAMLETT,
Senior Auditor.
Audit Office,
St. Vincent, W.I.
14th September, 1968.






.1





APPENDIX IX.


SAINT VINCENT.


DETAILED STATEMENT OF ADVANCES
1966.


Folio No.


AS AT 31ST DECEMBER,


Debit


Credit


$ $ #


1. PUBLIC OFFICERS

2. ADMINISTRATIONS


Government of


Antigua
Barbados
Guyana
British Honduras
Jamaica
Montserrat
St. Kitts-Nevis
Trinidad & Tobago
Ghana
British Virgin Islands
Uganda
Zanzibar
Sabah
Tanzania
Dominica
Grenada
St. Lucia


906.69
7,297.29
1,572.75
18.09
185.42
163.04
966.28
32,073.89
.02

402.48


366.03

25.91


167.51
679.52
4,297.82
888.69
5,673.0C

49,619.49 6,065.00


3. OTHER ADVANCES


Ministry of Defence (Air Ministry)
Arrowroot Central Factory-Trading Ex-
penses
Banana Growers Association
Banana Shed
Banana Rehabilitation
Colonial Office
Caribbean Currency Board
Crown Surveyor
Fertiliser-Purchase of
Fisheries Officer
Hurricane Supplies
Interim Payment Grossmith
Lowmans Windward District Council
Land Settlement Board, Fancy Estate
Ministry of Pensions
Marketing Board
Ministry of Overseas Development
Purchase of Fertiliser
Pensions Overseas Service
Purchase and Development-Arnos Vale
Estate
Postmaster, G.P.O.
Port Workers Displaced
Remittances-Lester Priddie
Suspense A/e
Senior Medical Officer
Seismograph Station-Camden Park
Salaries etc. Central Factory
Schooner "Claudia S"
Salvaged Buoys
Technical Training Centre
Treasury Cashier
United Kingdom Domestics
War Office
Wrecks-Receiver of
Deep Water Quay


$ t

2,461.72

72,651.77
391.49
189.10
13,040.05
4,887.09
136.31
1,315.07
11,473.81
5,000.66
1,468.78
228.45
1,500.00
5,000.00
1,900.75
676.80
36,459.54
1,988.26
354.41


140,286.94
30.00
72,804.05
134.00
3,161.75
31.20
85.55
8,228.15
100.00
30.00
4,820.54
180.56
2,125.10
2,037.63
3.00
29,211.08

421,231.86 3,161.75


316,793.04


806.32


G. 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
9.
11.
19.
20.
21.
22.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.


A. 3.
12.

B. 2.
3.
10:
C. 2.
7.
45.
F. 1.
9.
H. 13.
I. 3.
L. 10.
11.
M. 1.
9.
11.
P. 10.
13.
15.

18.
19.
R. 18.
8. 1.
17.
22.
24.
25.
27.
T. 8.
9.
U. 2.
W. 10.
12.
A.L. 10.


__





SUMMARY

$ ,
1. Public Officers 315,986.72
2. Administrations 43,554.49
3 Other Advances 418,070.11
777,611.32


A. J. DaSlLVA,
Accountant General.

Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent, W. I.
Bxamined 19th August, 1968.

H. H. HAMLETT,
Senior Auditor.
Audit Office,
St. Vincent.
14th September, 19(i.




APPENDIX X.

SAINT VINCENT.

STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS AS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1966.
Makt au


Particulars.


Special Funds
Bain Gray Prize
Federated Malaya 3 per cent Stock



Cotton Factory Depreciation
St. Vincent Government Savings Bank 2L%



Graham Bequest
St. Vincent Government Savings Bank 2j%



Home
East Africa High Comnmis.sion 4Z Stock
Federated Malaya 3 per cent Stock



Lady Musgrave Prize
Federated Malaya 3 per cent Stock ...



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



Permanent Investment Eruption
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock





Colony Reserve
Conversion 3j per cent Stock
East Africa High Commission 3j' Stock...
Exchequer 6% Stock
Kenya 21 per cent Stock
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock
Ditto 3 ,,


Redemp-
tion Date.


1 Market Value
Face Value. at 31st Decem-
ber, 1966.


8. d.


1974/76 221 5 7 156 0 1
=$748.82


84 19 7 84 19 7
=$407.90



3,293 17 9j 3,290 17 9j


1973/76
1974/76


1974/76


1965/75


1969
1968/70
1969
1971/76
1960/70
1965/75


4,180 2
715 4
4,895 4 6



92 4 10




309 10 9




13,935 15 9






646 8 11
39 9 8
1,991 16 10
350 16 9
1,578 5 8
4,431 2 3
9,038 0 1


=$15,810.67



3,030 11 7
504 9 1
3,535 0 8
=$16,968.16


65 0 7
=$312.14



309 10 9
=1,485.78



10,730 11 2
=$51,506.68





601 3 10
34 7 1
1,976 18 1
229 16 0
1,377 1 1
3,411 19 1
7,631 5 2


:=4336,630.04





I Market Value
Face Value. at 31st Decem-
ber, 1966.


Savings Bank
Australia 3-
do. 3
Brit ish hElectric 4
(1o 3


do.
British G;
Cover.
Consols
East Afric
Essex
Federated


Redemp-
tion Date.


per .ent Stock
,, .,
per cent Stock


312 ,,
s 4 per 'ent Stock
31 per cenr 'tock)k
4 per cent Stock
a fligh Commission 4iZ Stock
31 per cent Stock
IMlava State.t 3 per cent Stock


Kenya 2-- per
do. ,,
Savings Bonds 24 per
do. 3
do. 3
Sheffield 31 per
Tanigany ika 3j per
Trinidad 3j per
War Ioan 3j per
Joint Consolidated Fu


eint Stock

Stock


celnt
cent
cent
*cent
nd


Stoc
Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock


Trust Funds
Hayward Bank
Time Deposit Barclays Bank

Simmons Bequest
Time Deposit Barclays Bank





Sinking Funds

Development Loan
St Vincent 61 per cent Stock
Joint Consolidated Fund


Hydro-Electric Loan, 1949
East Africa High (Commission 3JZ Stock
East Africa ligh Commission 4% Stock
East Africa High Commission 4% Stock
Kenya 21 per cent Stock
Kenya 4- per oent Stock
Uganda 3- per cent Stock
Uganda 41 per cent Stock
Joint Consolidated Fund


...


1966


1966(


1965/(9 1,000
1975/77 2,659
1967/69 2,043
1968/73 4,269
1976/79 1 ,193
S1969/72 2,622
1969 3,401
1957 1,630
S1964/69 20," 0
1952/72 1,185
1960/70 0,013
1971/76 686
1971/78 10,0(00
1964/67 3,279
1960/70 8,996
1965/75 13,25"
1968 1,000
1970/73 19,223
1958/68 1,210
. 1952 3,988
18,150
132,806


1-









1*


349 0 9


176 5 0


1974/76 14.272 2 8
166 7 8
14,438 10 4


.. 1966/68
.. 1968/71
.. 1973/76
1.. 971/76
1.. 971/78
... 1966/69
S1968/73


124 3 7
201 11 0
135 8 0
221 10 8
694 11 9
39 5 7
149 12 4
34 12 6
1,600 15 5


s. d.


Cost Price

13,169 0 3
166 7 8
13,335 7 11
-$64,009.90

297 19 2
200 6 11
100 3 11
176 6 8
700 10 1
34 11 5
269 14 10
34 12 6
1,814 5 6
=$8,708.52


Particulars.


I 0
5 9
1 6
) 7
t 7
1 0
1 4
7 5
S 0
5 10
3 0
5 5
0 0
6 8
1 0
8 6
) 0O
3 8
1 10
4 1
4
1 6


s. d.
895 0 0
1,821 19 1
1.920 9 9
3,501 0 3
8,901 1 2
2,294 8 6
3,163 11 11
953 15 4
18.600 0 0
94> 4 8
1,711 3 6
449 10 1
7,35(0 0 0
3,238 1( 8s
7,849 9 9
10,204 7 4
945 0 0
13,552 13 11
1,137 19 2
2,073 17 4
18,150 3 4
10,662 11 9
$526,380.42





349 0 9
=-1,675.38

176 5 0
=$846.00






Particulars.


Kingstown Town Board Market Loan


British Elecric 3
British (jis
East Africa High
East Africa High
Gold Coast
Savings Bonds
Savings Bonds
Trinidad


per cent Stock
4 per cent Stock
Commission 4% Stock
Commission 4% Stock
44 per cent Stock
3 per cent Si.ock
3 per cent Stock
4 per cent Stock


Joint Consolidated Fund


M market Value
Redemp- Face Value. at 31st Decem-
tion Date' ber, 1966

s. d. .
I


1968/73
1969/72
1968/71
1973/76
1960/70
1960/70
1965/75
1973/76


444 9 2! 332 12 7
2,765 12 I1 2,461 0 5
1,1 17 1 6 1,110 18 9
639 7 7 647 11 8
284 13 4 234 17 0
4. 11 4 11 3,601 12 5
1,6(2 10 4 1,322 0 0
1,016 2 6 744 6 3
2,557 14 1 2,557 14 1
14,(i49 12 6 13,012 13 2
=$62,460.76


Rural Water Supply Loan, 1950


Joint Consolidated Fund


240 13 11!


240 13 11
=$1,155.34


Water Supply Loan 1949
East Africa High Commission 31Z Stock...
East Africa High Commission 4Z Stock
East Africa High Commission 4% Stock ...
Jamaica 31 per cent Stock ...
Kenya 4j per cent Stock ...i
.Joint Consolidated Fund


1966/68
1968/71
1973/76
1958/68
1971/78


316 0 6 393 1 2
201 11 0 200 6 11
192 5 11 142 6 0
248 15 9 296 13 4
694 11 9 700 10 1
49 15 0 49 15 0
1,702 19 11 1,782 12 6
t =$8,556.60


--




SUMMARY OF INVESTMENTS.


Market Value.


Coloiiy Reserve Fund
Special l'unds
Trust Funds


Public )ebt-Sinking Funds
Kingstown Town Board Market Loan
Sinking Fund

TltAl Iiirvetmenits


I. e.
7,631 5 2 = 36,630 04
127,837 12 4 -- 613,620 57
525 5 9 = 2,521 38

Cost Price
17,172 19 10 = 82,430 36


13,012 13


= 62,460 76


166,179 16 3j = $797,663 11


A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant General.


Examined,


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT, W.I.
19th August, 1968.


II. H. IIAMLETT,
Senior Auditor.

AUDIT OFFICE,
St. Vincent.
14th September, 1968.





APPENDIX XI.


STATEMENT


OF LOSSES WRITTEN OFF AND ABANDONED


CLAIMS FOR 1966.


Departments


Details


Amount Authority


$ t


AGRICULTURE


298.02 H.H. Administrator


57.92 H.H. Administrator

28.05 H.II. Administrator

130.00 H.H. Administrator




146.58 Executive Council


128.62 H.H. Administrator


Old vegetable seeds unsuitable for sale

Amount owing for milk and eggs at Camden
Park by persons who have left the territory

Stores from Camden Park written off

Cow valued at $130.00 for 4-H Club


Remission of Excise Duty on rum in excess of
prescribed allowances during January-March,
1966

Remission of Excise Duty on rum in excess of
prescribed allowances during April-June, 1966



Remission of Income Tax payable by L. C.
Winsboro in respect of year 1964


Remission of hospital fees in connection with
treatment at Hospital of Miss A. O'Brien

Hospital Fees due from Policemen


Amount reported short by D.P.M., Layou, from
a remittence sent to her in November, 1962

Shortage in amount accounted for "ale of Postal
Orders


Police uniform destroyed by fire at Laundry


Forty seven (47) sacks of cement lost through
spoilage


Balance of loan of $675.00 plus Interest of
$258.19 to St. Vincent Cricket Association 933.19 H.H. Administrator

Balance outstanding against an advance account
for Federal Government 199.66 H.H. Administrator


$2,883.70


A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant General.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT, W.I.
26th September, 1968.
H. H. HAMLET,
Senior Auditor.


35.42 Executive Council



40.50 Executive Council

367.25 Executive Council



10.00 H.H. Administrator


7.25 II.H1. Administrator


402.54 H.H. Administrator



98.70 11.11. Administrator


CUsTOMs


INLAND REVENUE
OFFICE


MEDICAL


POST OrFIC.


POLICE


PUBLIC AssISTANOs


TREASURY


Examined,


AUDIT OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT, W.I.
14th September, 1968.








APPENDIX XII,

DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1966.


Heads and Subheads.


Original Actual
Estimate Revenue
$ $ 4


Over the
Estimate
$ 0


R.1. IMPORT DUTIES


Import Duty
Warehouse Rent
Trade Duty


Total

R.2. EXPORT DUTIES


Arrowroot
Bananas
Copra
Cotton
Other Exports


Total

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

Total


R.4. OTHER DUTIES
1. Estate Duty
2. Stamp Duty

Total


R.5. LICENCES

1. Cocoa, Cotton, etc. Dealers ....
2. General
3. Insurance Companies -
4. Liquor
5. Radios
6. Motor Vehicles and Drivers
Permits

Total

R.6. TAXES
1. Entertainment Tax
2. Income Tax
3. Land and House Tax
4. Package Tax

Total

R.7. PORT DUES
1. Landing Dues, Aircraft ......
2. Harbour Dues
3. Tonnage Dues
4. Pilotage
5. Mooring & Mooring Charges:
(a) Gang Charges -.
(b) Launch Services -
S. Cargo Handling
'. Wharf Dues
8. Miscellaneous Port Services
9. Excess Storage charges
10. Rental of Port Equipment ......

Total

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

Fwd. .


S 2,350,000 2,264,132.98
- 26,000 26,213.98 213.98
- 24,000 14,764.08

2,4.00,000 2,305,111.04 213.98



-- 38,000 24,783.56


100,000
110,000
10,000
30,000


103,038.32
111,358.95
6,314.93
30,073.15


3,038.32
1,358.95

73.15


-I.- ac----r-----


288,000 276,468.91 5,370.42


295,000 306,596.09 11,596.09

295,000 306,596.09 11,596.09


50,000 70,289.04
53,000 4,288.28


20,289.01


Under the
Estimate
$ i




85,867.02

9,235.92

95,102.94



13,216.44


3,685.07


16,901.51


48,711.72


103,000 74,577.32 20,289.01 48,711.72


300
6,500
2,000
33,000
3 nnn


484.35
3,362.73
2,100.00
30,299.15
1 A'1' OC


184.35

100.00


3,137.27

2,700.85
1 RIM57 7;


100,000 101,268.41 1,268.41

144,800 138,936.89 1,552.76 7,415.87

Ii: iu.-.~j


10,000
900,000
80,000
38,000


8,489.71
1,090,430.77
76,748.62
41,000.66


190,430.77

3,000.66


S3,251.38


1,028,000 1,216,669.76 193,431.43 4,761.67


25,000
30,000
45,000
5,000


41,433.60
19,734.61
44,201.63


16,433.60


10,265.39
798.37
5,000.00


8,000 7,594.50 405.50
16,000 16,000.00
100,000 72,471.14 27,528.86
66,000 50,140.90 15,859.10
1,000 3,120.29 2,120.29
2,000 3,120.00 1,120.00
2,000 595.00 1,405.00

300,000 242,411.67 19,673.89 77,262.22


Remarks








Net Decrease
$94,888.96








Net Decrease
$11,531.09



Net Increase
$11,596.09





Net Decrease
$28,422.68











Net Decrease
$5,863.11





Net Increase
$188,669.76














Net Decrease
$57,588.33


1,800 1,140.32 1 659.68

1,000 1,065.57 65.57

2,800 2,205.89 65.57 659.68


1,510.Z9





DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1966.


Heads and Subheads.


R.8. OTHER FEES (Contd.)


Fwd.


Agricultural Department :
Services to L.S. and D. Board
Sale of Plants &c., Botanic
Gardens
Stud Fees, Districts
Sale of Insecticides
Sundry Receipts
Camden Park Receipts -
Sale of Veterinary Drugs
Recs. from Dem. Holdings -
Sale of Vegetable Seeds
Cocoa Industry Develop-
ment Scheme


-i


Audit Department
13. Fees-British Caribbean
Currency Board -;


Customs and Excise:
14. Fees for visits to Private
Warehouses
15. Personal Fees-Revenue
Officers -I
16. Sales and Seizures -


Education Department:
17. Fees for Examinations -
18. Grammar School Receipts -
19. Girls' High School Receipts-
20. Kingstown Preparatory
School Receipts
21. Sale of Text Books
22. Evening Classes Receipts
Judicial
23. Fees, Registrar Supreme Court
24. Fines and Forfeitures of
Courts

Medical & Sanitary Dept.
25. Contribution from Kingstown
Board for Sanitation -
28. Dispensary Fees -
27. Fees from Student Dispensers
28. Hospital Fees
29. Sale of Medical Stores
30. Yellow Fever Vaccinations -

Miscellaneous
32 Bale of Old Stores
32. Sundries
32. Bundry Reimbursements -j

Police
34. Contribution from Kingstown
Board for Fire Services -
35. Fees for Inspection of Weights
and Measures -
36. Fees Police Band
7. Travel Permits --
W8. Personal Fees, Policemen .-

Port and Marine
U5. Fees Registrar Shipping
40. Personal Fees, Port Officer _


2,000

1,000
1,000
100
200
30,000
300
50,000
2,000

1,000


60

24,000
200



550
13,500
11,500

7,300

1,550


9,000

18,000



2,350
3.500
50
60,000
100
1,200


300
2,000
14,000


692

500
100
1,000
800


50
3,000


1,960.22
1,076.70
139.44
1,115.45
21,765.39
884.47
18,577.58
2,361.73

1,864.04


4

16,8
3


25.04




01.25

67.10
61.82


634.80
13,296.40
12,079.20

7,750.50
308.87
1,726.00


9,266.46

17,269.27



2,350.00
4,946.14
24.00
61,588.80
9.92
778.01




2,355.22
14,130.63



192.00

500.52
102.54
512.00
173.28


960.22
76.70
39.44
915.45

584.47

361.73

864.04



.04




341.25


161.82



84.80

579.20

450.50
308.87
176.00


2,000.00


8,234.61

31,422.42













7,132.90





203.60


266.46


730.73


1,446.14

1,588.80





355.22
130.63






.52
2.54


36.54
2,907.26


S222,544.48 9,760.41


26.00

90.08
421.99


300.00






500.00


488.00
626.72



13.46
92.74

- 52,942.93
52,942.93


Remarks


Original Actual Over the Unaer the
Estimate Revenue Estimate Estimate
$ 2 $ $(



2,800 2,205.89 65.57 650.68


I


Fwd ...
1"


I





DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1966.


Heads and Subheads.


Original
Estimate
$


Actual
Revenue
$


Over the
Estimate
$ 0


R.8. OTHER FEES (Contd.)


Fwd. 265,727 222,544.48


9,760.41 52,942.93


Prisons

41. Prison Industries
42. Prison Farm

Public Library

43. Contribution from Kingstown
Board towards upkeep of
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 etc.
47. Other Receipts
48. Receipts Machine Shop -
49. Sale of Unallocated Stores -
50. Water Services Private -
51. Stone crushing plant and
quarries
52. Contribution from Kings-
town Board towards Elec-
tric Lighting in Greater
Kingstown
56. Sale of Old Trucks etc.

Surveys.
54. Reimbursement of Cost of
Private Surveys -
55. Sale of Maps

Treasury Dept.

56. Supply Control
Reimbursement of cost of
operation
57. Savings Bank Reimburse-
ment of cost of operation
58. Personal fees Govt. Officers
59. Pension Contributions
60. Currency Board Profits _
61. Sale of Woodwork -
Technical School
62. Marketing Board -
Reimbursement Salaries
of Staff
63. Bicentenial Celebrations
Botanic Gardens
64. Training of Domestics -
65. St. Vincent's share of assets
of the former Federal
Government


Total


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


Total


16,500 16,811.56
2,000 1,347.45


600
100





5,000

5,000
500
5,000
6,000
12,000

15,000



2,400
500



700
700





3,000

3,000
750
3,500
30,000

200


19,000


- 397,177


2,000
3,500
200
6,000
3,000
1,350
275,000
50
25
10


291,135


600.00
210.70







20631.04
1,429.07
4,743.10
3,488.14
13,622.53

10,010.97




3,510.00



2,430.23
656.94





3,000.00



3,999.34
51,306.36

3.00




49.75
54.00


311.56


652.55


110.70







15,631.04
929.07


1,622.53






3,010.90



1,730.23










489.34
21,306.36






49.75
54.00


25,218.94 25,218.94

385.668.50 80,234.83


1,825.18
6,301.39
373.38
11,029.83
5,537.51
1,415.00
320,903.31
42.75
88.24


347,516.59


2,801.39
173.38
5,029.83
2,537.51
65.00
45,903.31

63.24


56,573.66


5,000.00



256.90
2,511.86


4,989.03



2,400.00





43.06







3,000.00
750.00


197.00


19,000.00







81,743.33


174.82






7.25

10.00


192.07


Remarks


Net Decrease
$11,508.50












Net Increae
$56,381.59


I-


I :------------


-





DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1966.


Heads and Subheads.



R.10. TELEPHONES
1. Fees for Messages
2. ,,,, Radio Tel. Messages
3. Rental of Private Telephones

Total

R.11. RENT AND INTEREST
RENT
1. Rental Other Govt. Property
1. b Rent and lease of other
Govt. Property Crown
lands
2. Lease of Young's Island and
Fort Duvernette
INTEREST
3. Agricultural Credit Societies
4. Sundry Loans (Interest)
S. Soufriere Eruption Fund
(Interest)
6. Interest on Investment
7. Interest on surplus funds .....

Total

R.12. LOANS AND ADVANCES
REPAYMENTS
1. Agricultural Credit Societies
and Producers Association
3. Loans to Students
3. Loans to Fishermen -
4. Loans to Net-ball Associa-
tion
5. Loan Repayment Layou
Town Board
6. Loan Repayment Govern-
ment Cottoq Ginnery
7. Loan repayment-Cricket
Association

Total

R.U. PUBLIC DEBT
DEVELOPMENT LOAN SERVICING
CONTRIBUTIONS
1. (a) Kingstown Market
(b) Land Settlement
Development Board
(c) Biabou Arrowroot Factory
(d) Deep Water Harbour ......
3. Marketing Board -,

Total


Original
Estimate
$



10
800
10,000


Actual
Revenue
$ 4



9.66
557.35
10,288.19


Over the
Estimate
$4





288.19


10,810 10,855.20 1 88.19 242.99


12,000




625


600
6,000

1,003
1,400


21,628




30,000
100
4,000

300

365

5,683



40,448




6,240

4,330
4,132
25,000
4,625

44,327


R.14. OVERSEAS SERVICE AID
SCHEME
1. Reimbursement 30,800

Total 30,800

R.15. COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
WELFARE
1. D 2525 (A) Training of
Teachers at Erdiston


2. D 4071 (143) Training of
A. Browne
3. D 4071 (144) Training of
J. R. Williams
4. D 4071 A (238)Training of
C. Gumbs
5. D 5427 Banana Price ad-
justment Scheme


Fwd. -


14,890.50


12,638.79




218.40
7,231.15

2,006.76
1,828.70
18,760.56

57,574.86




9,699.82

811.00







1,000.00

11,510.82


2,890.50


12,638.79





1,231.15

1,003.76
428.70
18,760.56

36,953.46














1,000.00

1,000.00


10,985.40 4,745.40




4,624.42

15,609.82 4,745.40


31,833.60

31,833.60


286.93

9.04

13.71

1.32


1,033.60

1,033.60


286.93

9.04


Under the
Estimate
$



.34
242.65


Remarks


Net Increase
$45.20


625.00


381.60


1,006.60




20,300.18
100.00
3,189.00

300.00

365.00

5,683.00



29.937.18






4,330.00
4,132.00
25,000.00
.58

33,462.58


Net Increase
$35,946.86















Net Decrease
$28,937.18










Net Decrease
$28,717.18




Net Increase
$1,033.60


13.71

1.32


6,171.72 6,171.72

6,482.72 6,482.72


''


I I





OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1966.


Heads an, Suhheads.



R.15. COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT
AND WELFARE (Cont'd)

Fwd. _

6. Scholarships
7. D 5889 Training of Teachers
at Erdiston
8. D 5907 Music Officer -
St. Vincent
0. D 5908 Technical Training
Centre -
10. D 5909 Canadian Aid
Teachers
11. D 5921 Additional Staff
P.W.D.
12. D 5969 Training of Officers....
13. D 6149 Additional Nurses
14. D 6331 Youth Employment
Services
1i. D 6559 (1) Training of
A. E. Maloney -.
Il. D 6609 Additional Staff -
Georgetown Hospital
17. D 6615 (3) Training of
L. Adams
18 D 6615 (17) Training of
C. F. Nicholls
19. D 6658 Training of Teachers
at Erdiston --i


D 5005 Forestry uevelop-
ment


-I


Total


R.16. GRANT-IN-AID

1. Grant-in-Aid of Admin-
istratlon

Total -


CAPITAL BUDGET

1. LOCAL REVENUE CON-
TRIBUTION

(a) Sundry Receipts -.
(d) Sale of Government
Property
2. SURPLUS FROM PREVIOUS
YEAR ESTIMATED -.
3. GRANT-IN-AID
5. C.D.W. & OTHER GRANTS
D 4314 Grass Land and
Livestock Development
D 3156 Marketing Organ-
ization
D 6477 Milk Plant
D 6533 Fisheries Officer
D 2087 A School Buildings -
D 2953 Feeder Roads
D 5435 Suburban and
Auxiliary Roads
D 3206 Rural Rehabilita-
tion
D 4093 (76) Tennis Court
G.H.S.
D 4671 Water Supplies
D 5005 Forestry Development
D 5571 Georgetown Hospital
D 6051 Additional Equipment
P.W.D.


Fad.


Original
Estimate
$







15,000



4,500

11,612

11,800

23,736
10,000
39,225

8,000


1,440





23,336


Actual
Revenue
$4





6,482.72

21,55.07

7,026.50

6,474.89

12,480.00

12,960.00

24,815.41
14,240.55
22,320.00

4,084.80

264.00

3,815.94

600.00

95.00

120.00


Over the
Ratimate
$ 4





6,482.72

6,355.97

7,026.50

1,974.89

868.00

1,160.00

1,079.41
4,240.55


Under the


Under the
Estimate
$ *


Remarks


16,905.00

3,915.20


264.00

2,375.94

600.00

95.00


23,216.00


291 291.00

148,940 137,135.78 32,522.98 44,327.20 $11,804





1,773,960 1,994,760.00 220,800.00
1773,90 Net Increase
1,773,960 1,994,760.00 220,800.00 2,8.0


5,000



396,000
99,000


783.15

678.00


99,000.00


35,000 37,188.50

12,000 4,624.42
70,000 48,140.68
1,931.01
4,320.00
1,686.00

1,523.37

30,000 53,067.42

534.18
10,512.00
8,000 15,787.20
16,000 22,617.60


4,216.85
678.00

396,000.00



2,188.50

7,375.58
931.01 21,859.32
1,931.01
4,320.00
1,686.00

1,523.37

23,067.42

534.18
10,512.00
7,787.20
6,617.60

89,833.60

60,845.28 519,285.35


DETAILED ST 4TEMENT





DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1966.


Heads and Subheads.


Original
Estimate


CAPITAL BUDGET (Contd.) Fwd.

D 6052 Extension of School
Buildings
D 6072 Feeder Roads ..
D 6132 Tourist Develop-
ment .
D 6156 Environmental
Sanitation
D 6209 Teachers' Training
College -
D 6285 Tractor & Equipment
D 6317 Cotton Pest Control -
D 6357 Paget Farm Jetty ...
D 6364 School Building
Programme
D 6376 Improvement Water
Supplies
D 6438 Water Supplies
Bequla
D 6560 South Rivers Bridge
D 6608 Teachers Training
College
D 6532 Additional Equip-
ment P.W.D.
R 1124 Arrowroot Research ...
R 1525 Arrowroot Research
D 3845 Fisheries Develop-
ment
Improvements, Colonial
Hospital
Public Health Clinics ....
Electricity, Bequia
New Telephone Installations





Total- i


771,000



320,000

10,000

20,000

60,000
4,000
10,000
30,000

120,000

100,000


30,000





20,000

15,000

60,000
14,400
140,000
250,000


3,364.80
561,600.00

21,938.39

768.64

29,596.80
17,995.20
22,403.02
27,840.00

134,400

312,000.00

30,958.77
26,400.00

25,577.23

9,242.46
2,803.20
24,532.80


1,974,400 1,563,981.24


3,364.80
241,600.00

11,938.39




13,995.20
12,403.02


14,400.00

212,000.00

30,058.77


25,577.23

9,242.46
2,803.20
4,532.80


15,000.00

60,000.00
14,400.00
140,000.00
250,000.00


643,661.15 1,054,079.91


Net Decrease
$110,418.76


Examined,

H. H. HAMLETT,
Senior Auditor.
ADrr OImcz,
Tr. VnczNT, WI.
24th May, 1968.


A. J. DaSILVA,
Aceountan General.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT, WI.
24th May, 1968.


Actual Over the
Revenue Estimate
$ 4 $ 4


312,559.93 60,845.28


Under the
Estimate Remarks
S 4


519,285.35







19,231.36

30,403.20


2,160.00






3,600.00


..





APPENDIX XIII.


SAINT VINCENT


DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1966

BRCUBRENT BUDGET


Original
Heads and Subheads Estimate
Revenue


1 ADMINISTRATION
1 (1-10), & (12-20) Personal Emoluments 71,856
(11) Probationary Clerks 8271
(21) Temporary Staff 7.000
2 Badge of Honour 10
8 Incidentals 200
4 Transport Allowances .- 1,308
6 Uniforms for Messengers 1. 1.350
6 Electricity ** 240
7 Furniture and Equipment .. 700
8 Upkeep of State Car .. 1,500
9 Il.ideital.s (Southern Grenadines) 200
10 Trii.sport Allowance-District Officer 250
TOTAL ADMINISTRATION .. 92,885

2 AUDIT
1 (1-5) Personal Emoluments 40,773
2 Incidentals 255
3 Contribution towards Cost-Central Office, Overseas
Audit Department 5.463
4 Travelling and Subsistence Allowances .. 1.300
5 Electricity ** 60
Maintenance of Office Equipment .100


TOTAL AUDrI

3 JUDICIAL
1 (-1- 1) Pcr.oliil Emoluments
2 Incidentals, Registrar Supreme Court
3 Expenses. Windward and Leeward Islands Court of
Appeal
4 Inquests, Witnesses, Jurors etc., Supreme Court
5 Registration of Births, etc.
8 Transport Allowances
7 Travelling Expenses of Chief Justice and Pulsne Judges
8 Electricity
9 Travelling Expenses Estate Duty Commissioners
10 Preservation of Old Records
11 Upkeep of Court House Grounds
1l Incidentals
13 Inquests, Witnesses, Jurors, etc.-Magistrate's Court..
14 Transport Allowances
15 Adoption Board Expenses
ToTAL JUDICIAL

4 LEGAL
1 (1-4) Personal Emoluments
2 Incidentals
3 Law Library
4 Transport Allowances
5 Legal Expenses
6 Judicial and Legal Service Commission
TOTAL LEOAL

5 LEGISLATURE
1 (1-13) Personal Emoluments
2 Travelling Allowance-Ministers
8 Travelling-Other Members of Legislative Council
4 Incidentals
5 Library
8 Accessories and Repairs to Recording Machine
7 Photographs-Members of Legislative Council
TOTAL LboISLATUB

a POLICE
1 (1-31) Personal Emoluments
2 Cleaning
3 Incidentals
4 Maintenance of Furniture and Implements
5 Immigration and Special Branch
6 Maintenance of Prisoners in Police Cells
7 Maintenance of Criminal Records
8 Maintenance of Vehicles
9 Aris. Ammunition, Uniforms and Equipment
10 Maintenance of Radios
11 Police Band
12 iitle Range and Targets
13 Maintenance of Police Launches
14 Transport Allowances
15 Transport and Subsistence Allowance
10 Upkeep of Fire Brigado
17 Upkeep Auxiliary Police Force and Volunteer Fire
Brigade
18 Recreation Facilities
19 Electricity
20 Scavengers
j3 Training of Non-Comminluned Officers
22 Reference Library
Us Traffic Signs
24 Fire Appliances
25 Regional Police Training School
"6 Special Services.
27 Legal Expenses
28 Dental and Optical Treatment
29 Rental Police Station-Barrouallie


47,951


83.123
175

250
7.500
2,000Y
1.626
2.000
200
200
500
650
150
11.000
3.066
500

112.940


S e. c.

74,975.46
2,305.93
14,626.49

184.00
1,308.00
1,072.50
225.24
431.64
1.646.72
197.27
249.50

97,222.75


39,480.36
253.97

5.462.40
752.58
49.68
80.98

46,079.97


$ e.

I


Over the
Estimate
Revenue

S e.

3,119.46

7,626.49


146.72



10,892.67
, ___ __ ______


Over the
Estimate
C.D.W.


Under the
Estimate
Revenue

$ c.


5,965.07

10.00
16.00

277.50
14.76
268.36

2.73
.50


6.554,92-- -- -- '~ 6,61.fl 4,09.9


1.292,64


1,292.64
1.03

.60,
547.42
10.32
19.02

1,871.03


Under the
Estimate
C.D.W.


Supplementary
Votes
Revenue

$ c.

116.00

6,000.00


500.00


Supplementary
Votes
C.D.W.

$ e.


Not Provided
for
Revenue

$ c.

3,003.46

1,626.49


Not Provided
for
C.D.W.


I


I I II I


81,123.63
202.30

173.74
8.938.81
728.72
2,170.51
3,034.67
181.74
15.00
793.76
631.07
112.22
10,390.36
3.110.84
244.50

111,851.87


27.30


1.438.81

544.51
1,034.67


293.76



44.84


3,383.89


1.999.37


76.26

1,271.28


18.26
185.00

18.93
37.78
609.64

255.50

4,472.0(:


500.00
57.L0


557.00


______________ I i- _____


24,294
80
450
758
10
1.035

26,627


24,641.67
81.12
576.62
597.b8
1,026.12
655.06

27,578.47


347.67
1.12
126.62

1,016.12


1.491.53


160.12

379.94-

540.06


27.30


1,438.81

544.51
1,034.67


293.76






3,339.05


347.67
1.12
126.62

1.016.12


01.5;


I I I- -


58,520
5.760
4.920
60
100
100


69.460


482,632
800
1,500
1,500
600
600
800
7,000
22,000
4,060
300
300
1,100
13,600
4.500
5,400

4,200
600
5.600
400'
2.000
300
2,UUo
2.000
11.425
1.000
500
400


58,780.91
5,760.00
3,761.91
28.62
74.12
32.05
150.00

68,587.61


150.00


410.1 1,83.3 5,81.7


1,158.09
31.38
25.88
67.95


5,731.70





150.00


I I' ,, -,~--- I


485,829.90
791.36
1.419.64
1,564.13
534.30
331.40
595.17
7,917.22
29,001.08
4,411.05
1,109.41
221.86
624.21
10,754.11
4.314.80
4,222.46

6,031.74
239.44
3.991.51
311.80
385.03
148.10
2,018.77
].162.14
11,425 00
750."0
40.08
347,f!i)
450.00


TorAL Potica 577117 3


3,197.90


64.13



917.22
7.001.08
351.05
809.41


8.64
80.36

65.70
26M.60
104.83


3,197.90






917.22
7,001.08
351.05
809.41


78.14
475.79
2,845.89
185.20 461.00
1,177.54
1,831.74 1,93
360.56
1,608.49
88.20
1,614.97
151.90
18.77
837.86

243.30
459.92
52.98
450.00 52.

14.641.30 10 O8 87 911.00 I 14.191.


Remarks


S.W. No.

S.W. No.


6.554.92


I II II ,


-1 1 1 1


I I I-


--I I-


.'r! u--l I4 .


6,616.00


4.629.95


i


.-I


200.91


410.91


5,881.70


1,283.30


I L


I


S.W. No. 26



Nett Increase-Revenue--$4,337.75









Nett Decrease-Revenue-$1,871.03















S.W. No. 60
S.W. No. 61


Nett Decrease-Revenue-$1,088.13








Nett Increase-Revenue-$951.47


S.W. Nos. 13. 62, 63, 64





S.W. No. 1

Nett Decrease-Revenue $872.39














S.W No. 65














S.W. No. 3

Nett Increase-Revenue-$3,832.43


-I







Head and Subheads


7 OFFICE OF CHIEF MINISTER
1 (1-12) Personal Emoluments
2 Transport Allowances
B Incidentals
4 Library
5 Information and Publicity Services
6 Electricity
7 Transport Allowance P.R. and Local Government Officer
8 Incidentals
9 Maintenance of Printing Office and Printing Supplies.
10 Power and Lighting

TOTAL OFFICE OF CHIEF MINISTER

8 CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING AUTHORITY
1 (1-9) Personal Emoluments
2 Transport Allowances
3 Maintenance of Vehicles
4 Incidentals
5 Removal and Rehabilitation of Villages

TOTAL CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING AUTHOR ..

9 MINISTRY OF FINANCE
1 (1-8), & (10-12) Personal Emoluments
(9) Acting Allowance t
2 Incidentals ,
8 Transport Allowance
4 Air Freight
5 Stationery and Other Expenses-Statistical Work
0 Electricity-Ministries
7 Training of Officers

TOTAL MINISTRY or FINANCE .

10 ACCOUNTANT GENERAL
1 (1-12) Personal Emoluments
B Cashiers Allowance
8 Commission for Collection of Revenue
4 Incidentals
5 Refunds and Drawbacks of Revenue
6 Transport Allowances
7 Transport of Revenue Officers receiving and paying
Public Monies
8 Bicycle Allowance
9 Maintenance of Office Equipment
10 Reference Library (Treasury Department)
11 Electricity
12 Expenses Price Control
18 Caretaker and Scavenger, (Barrouallie Revenue Offie)
14 Incidentals -Barrouallie
15 Transport Allowance, Senior Clerk do.
10 Electricity do.
17 Incidentals (Bequia Revenue Office)
18 Cleaning Revenue Office (Georgetown)
19 Incidentals (Georgetown)
20 Transport Allowance, (Revenue Officer Georgetown)..i
21 Electricity .

TOTAL ACCOUNTANT GENERAL ..

11 CUSTOMS AND EXCISE
1 (1-11) Personal Emoluments
2 Customs and .a:e.iwouse Expenses
8 Incidental
4 Uniforms Customs Guards and Preventive Guards
6 Office and Warehouse Equipment
6 Bicycle Allowances
7 Transport Allowances
8 Electricity
9 Maintenance of Launch
10 Special Services
11 Upkeep of Boats
19 Badges and Epaulettes, Customs Officers

TOTAL CUSTOMS AND EXCISE ,

12 INLAND REVENUE
1 (1-7) Personal Emoluments
2 Incidentals
8 Reference Library, Income Tax Office
4 Refunds and Reliefs of Income Tax
5 Transport Allowances
0 Upkeep of Bicycle
7 Legal Expenses
8 Maintenance of Office Equipment
9 Operation of Land and House Tax Ordinance
10 Bicycle Number Plates

TOTAL INLAND REVENUE ..


2 PENSIONS
1 Pensions and Gratuities covered by Law
I Pensions, Gratuities, etc.
I Pensions and Gratuities not covered by Law
4 Pensions Increase
8 Allowances to Ex-Servicemen

TOTAL PENSIONS


Original
Estimate
Revenue


Original
estimatee
C.D.W.


Actual
Expenditure
Revenue


Actual
Expenditure
C.D.W.


Over the
Estimate
Revenue


Over the
Estimate
C.D.W.


Under the
Estimate
Revenue


Under the
Estimate
C.D.W.


Supplementary
Votes
Revenue


Supplementary
Votes
C.D.W.


Not Provided
for
Revenue


Not Provided
for
C.D.W.


-I I 4. I I I I


$

104,325
500
80
50
1,000
40
1.050
100
12,000
1,600


120,745


26.227
1.863
1,900
200
15,000


45,190


52,254
12,000
180
900
50
2,000
700
1,000

69.084


85,515
60
2,000
600
750
1.5"8

500
30
500
50
130
400
70
70
500
50
50
30
90
700
80

93,703


125,387
800
320
1,380
350
144
1,464
1,800
1,800
2001
575
400

134,620


59,824
500
125
10,000
7,000
40
500
80
830
350

79,249


240,000
2,800
3,000
25,000
2,900


273,700


$ c.

110,322.00
713.43
77.76

730.18
258.67
597.97
20.16
10,726.02
1,343.08


$ e.

5.997.00
213.43



218.67


* e.



2.24
50.00
269.82

452.03
79.84
1,273.98
256.92.


p e.

120.00


I~ I 'i P 1- 4 ---- I--


124,789.27


23,228.27
2,067.11
2,954.98
192.06
18,517.50


6,429.10


2,384.83


120.00


$ e.

5,997.00
93.43


218.67


6,309.10


__________________ FI I I


204.11
1.054.98

3,517.50


2.998.73


7.94


206.00
1,296.00

3.000.00


I ~ I 'I 'I *I I


46,959.92


4.776.59


3,006.67


4,502.00


I- 1 I I


55,297.16
13,179.90
81.01
705.56
13.61
518.40
560.46
10,000 774.13

10.000 71,130.23


83,528.58
60.00
4,060.81_
538.74
49.07
1,105.98

626.58
22.00
169.75
28.80
2.70
14.12
66.00
57.69
494.00
12.06
46.26
31.00
88.60
496.00
103.93

91,602.67


20.751.21

20,751.21


3,043.16
1.179.90


4.223.06


10,751.21

10,751.21


98.99
194.44
36.39
1,481.60
339.54
225.87

2,176.83


517.50

517.50


3.043.16
1,179.90


4,223.06


* e.


10.751.21

10,751.21


_______________ ______________ I.*


2,060.81




126.58










1.00


23.93

2,212.32


108,961.06'
760.73
249.45
1,081.04
114.55
120.00
1,107.52
1,571.58
718.21
51.40
549.63
305.52

115,590.69 '


1,986.42


61.26
700.93
422.02


8.00
330.25
21.20
127.30
385.88
4.00
12.31
6.00
37.94
3.74

1.40
204.00


2,000.00


-____________________--11 1 -


4.312.65


16,425.94
39.27
70.55
298.96
235.45
24.00
356.48
228.42
1,081.79
148.60
25.37
94.48

19,029.31


I ~ i ~ '1' i I .


57,958.52
306.29
98.04
16,556.63
7,441.61
12.06
20.00
44.20
251.39
168.00


82,856.74


6,556.63
441.61


1,865.48
193.71
26.96


27.94
480.00
35.80
578.61
182.00


2.000.00


6,000.00
443.00


60.81


126.58










1.00


23.93


I-


2122I I


556.63


I. I I. .1 _______________


6,998.24


3,390.50


6,443.00


I' 'I I I I I I *II


248,725.14
2,195.72
1.427.27
22,716.90
5,641.40


8,725.14



2,741.40


9 -7:7: -i I I -- I


280,706.43


11,466.54


604.28
1,572.73
2,283.10


4.460.11


1,020.00


556.63


8,725.14


1 2,900.00 '


3,920.00


8,725.14


Bemarks


I I I





i -~--I


I 1 4-


-1


S.W. No. 66









Nett Increase--Revenue-$4,044.27



S.W. No. 51
SW. Nos 67, 92

S.W. No. 43

Nett Increase-Revenue--$1,769.92











Nett Increase-Revenue-$2,084.2;
Nett Increase-Revenue-$2,04;.L:



S.W. Nos. 44, 96




















Nett Decrease-Revenue-$2,100.33















Nett Decrease-Revenue $19,029.31






S.W. No. 39
S.W. No. 95






Nett Increase-Revenue $3,607.74



S.W. No. 19


Supplementary Provision No. 1/66

Nott Increase-Revenue $7,006.43


I I


T


I_


- 1 iiI


I- I I I


-1


212.32






Original Original Actual Actual Over the Over the Under the Under the Supplementary Supplementary Not Provided Not Provided
Heads and Subheads Estimate Estimate Expenditure Expenditure Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Votes Votes for for Remarks
Revenue OD.W. Revenue C.D.W. Revenue C.D.W. Revenue C.D.W. Revenue CD.W. Revenue O.D.W.


PUBLIC DEBTS (INTEREST)
1 Graham Bequest Fund
2 Hydro Electric Development Loan (1949)
a Kingstown Water Supply Development Loan (1949)
(First Series)
4 Rural Water Supply Loan (1950) Second and Third
Series
5 Crown Agents Advances
6 6V2% Development Loan (1974/76)
7 Local Bank Overdraft
(SINKING FUNDS)
8 Hydro Electric Development Loan (1949) (Sinking
Fund)
9 Kingstown Water Supply Development Loan (1949)
(Sinking Fund)
10 Rural Water Supply Loan (1950) Sinking Fund
11 6W% Development Loan
(REPAYMENT INSTALLMENT)
12 Graham Bequest Fund
(ANNUIrTES)
18 Loan for Land Settlement, Canouan (Equated
Annuities of Principal and Interest 1945)
14 Loan for Purchase of Union Estate, Bequia, for
Leasehold Settlement etc.
15 Loan to Agricultural Marketing Organisation (Scheme
D3156) to provide Working Capital
16 Management Expenses-Development Loan


TOTAL PUBLIC DEBT ..

15 MINISTRY OF SOCIAL SERVICES
1 (1-4) Personal Emoluments
2 Transport Allowance
3 Incidentals

TOTAL MINISTRY or SOCIAL SEBVICEB ..

16 CHARITABLE
1 (1-9) Personal Emoluments
2 Incidentals
3 Public Assistance
4 Transport Allowances
5 Electricity
6 (6-14) Animal Feed, etc.


(1-4) (6-13) (15-17) (19-45) Personal Emolu-

(5), (14), (18) Personal Emoluments D 5907, D 5909,
D 5908
Cadet Corps, Uniforms, Equipment, etc.
Exhibitions
Maintenance of Furniture and Equipment
Inter-Island School Tournament
School Requisites-Grammar School
School Requisites-Girls' High School *
Science Equipment and Materials-Grammar School
Science Equipment and Materials-Girls' High School .
Upkeep of Grounds
House Rent Canadian Aid Teachers-D5570, D5909 ..
Equipment and Materials-D5600, D5908
Incidentals--DROn, D5908
Electricity-D,SG00, D5908
Cleaning
Maintenance of Furniture and Equipment
Materials for Domestic Science, Needlework and Wood-
work
Feeding of School Children
Sports and Games
Rental of Schools and Training Centres
Grants to Assisted Schools for Repairs and Alterations
School Requisites
Training of Teachers
Training of Teachers Scheme D 5889, D 6658
Text Books
Transport Allowance, Education Staff
Transport Allowance, Education Staff D 5907, D 5908,
D 5909
Transport Expenses
Upkeep of Grounds and Gardens
Educational Tours for Children
Evening Classes
Examination Expenses
scholarships
Scholarships Schemes D 5659 (69)
Text Books for Sale
Incidentals
Electricity *
Audlo/Vlmsal Aids
Education for Blind
Vacation Courses
Incidentals-Music Office--D5907


ToTAL EDUCATION


$


91
3,000
3,000

4,?00

1,000
98,280
20,000

3,190

3,190

1,160
30,240

760

650

340


4,625


173,526


17,396
500
80


17,976


14,226
200
48,000
1,686:
20
10

64,142


. I


198,537.94


90.92
2,388.75
3,334.10

2,493.75,


98,279.66
46,681.18

3,184.72

3.184.72

1,152.00
30,240.00

757.64

641.70

330.76

4.624.42

1,153.62


28,168.90


* C.


C.



334.10





26,681.18
















1,153.62


3,156.96


-- I I *I I I -- I


14,922.61
471.00
57.87:


_________________ ______________ ___________ ___________


15,451.48


2,473.39
29.00
22.13


2,524.52


' i I -tI


12,373.79
175.60
54,009.52
1,595.08
18.72


68,172.71


__________________________'


1,378,056



1,000
990
1.100
2,5,?
1,440'
1,200
1,700
1,300
1,090




5,460
5,000
4,050

5,000
800
2,000
5,000'
10,000
1,500

6,000
7,500


1,000
1,800
1,000
3,000
2,450
17,511

500
250
1,500
840
1,000
600


1,473,637


13,132










8,880
5,000
400
500










22,000


1.336







15,000


66,248


1,310,126.17



602.16
323.52
345.86i
300.00
1,235.06
791.48
2,268.51
795.89
339.90




4,837.12
3,813.60
3,586.38

4,421.96
712.99
1,452.00
8.00
5,669.18
1.472.80

4,833.76
5.749.50


782.05
573.36
125.50
2,848.00
2,803.95
16,069.55


210.24
1.685.27
565.56
1,026.13
226.00


13.546.15









11,025.00
4,526.18
233.52
107.95










9,723.90


335.28







17,105.92






85.06


6.009.52,




6,009.52'


568.51
























353.95




185.27

26.13


414.15









2,145.00
























2.105.92






85.06


1,852.21
24.40

90.92
1.28
10.00

1,978.81


67.929.83


397.84
666.48
754.14
1,700.00
204.94
408.52

504.11
750.10


622.88
1,186.40
463.62

578.04
87.01
548.00
4,992.00
4,330.82
27.20

1,166.24
1,750.50
I. ,.
217.95
1.226.64
874.50
152.00

1,441.45

500.00
39.76

274.44

374.00


473.82
166.48
392.05










12,276.10


1.000.72


$ e.

.08
611.25


1,506.25

1,000.00
.34


5.28

5.28

8.00


2.36

8.30

9.24

.58


9,000.00




9,000.00


$ c.


$ C. C.


























1,000.00

1,000.00


$ c.


414.15


1,517.17


2,145.00


272.00
354.29


283.67


500.00


26.13


-I I I -I I I I.


1,380,601.45


56,688.96


1,133.861


4.750.13


94,169.41


14,309.17


2,427.13


500.00


26.13


2,105.92


4,665.07


334.10





26,681.18
















153.62

"7,168.90


NATION


ToTAL CHAa=XTABL ..


17 EDUC

1

1












13
8
14
5

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

18
19






20
21






231
32
23
24
25
25

26
27
28
29
80
31
31
32
33
34
85
36
37
88


i


j--~---

j


- -1 ---1---


--


Supplementary Estimate No. 4.

Nett Increase-Revenue-25,011.94






Nett Decrease-Revenue $2,524.52




S.W. No.



Nett Increase-Revenue $4,030.71












S.W. No's. 68, 94
























S.W. No. 71
S.W. No.69




S.W. No. 70



Supplementary Estimates No. 1/68


Nett Decrease-Revenue $93,035.65.
Nett Decrease, C.D.W. Schemes
$9.559.04


kv .-







Heads and Subheads


MEDICAL AND HEALTH
1 (1-12) (14-23) (25-46) (48-70) Personal Emolu-
ments
1 (13) ((1) (17) (24) (28 & 29) (31) (47) (60) (67 &
68) Personal Emoluments,-DG149 & D6609
2 Medical Library, Charts and diagrams
8 Incidentals
4 Visiting Specialists
5 Equipment, Chemicals, Films and Re-agents, Radio-
logical Clinic, etc.
6 Clothing and Bedding
7 Medicines, Drugs and Disinfectants
8 Instruments, Surgical Appliances and Dressings
9 Conveyance of Drugs and Stores
10 Control of Social Diseases and Yaws
11 Maintenance of Furniture and Equipment
12 Uniforms for Staff
12 Uniforms for Staff-D6149
13 Burials
14 Cleaning
15 Fuel and Lighting
16 Dietary
17 Medical Comforts
18 Maintenance of Vehicles and Plants
19 Histological Examinations
20 Spectacles for Needy persons
21 Transport of Emergency Cases to Hospital
22 Upkeep and Rent of Dispensaries
23 Sanitary Measures (St. Vincent)
24 Sanitary Measures-Southern Grenadines
25 Tranmport Expenses and Allowances
26 Electricity
27 Upkeep of Cemeteries
28 Allowance to Mental Patients Absent on Parole
29 Mental Hospital Industries-Incidentals
30 Medical and Surgical Treatment in Other Territories
31 Upkeep of Grounds

TOTAL MEDICAL AND HEALTH .


19 PRISONS
1 (1-14) Personal Emoluments
2 Cleaning Materials
8 Clothing and Bedding
4 Incidentals
5 Dietary
6 Maintenance of Furniture and Equipment
7 Mhterials for Prison Industries
8 Medicines and Disinfectants
9 Payments to Discharged Prisoners
10 Transport Allowance-Superintendent of Prisons
11 Uniforms and Equipment
12 Petty Repairs to Prison Buildings
13 Electricity
14 Maintenance of Vehicles
15 Maintenance of Prison Farms

TOTAL PBISONs..

20 PUBLIC LIBRARY
1 (1-4) Personal Emoluments
2 Books, Periodicals, etc.
3 Incidentals
4 Development of Rural Service
6 Supplies and Stationery
O Electricity
7 Travelling Allowance

TOTAL PUBLo LIBRARY

21 MINISTRY OF TRADE AND PRODUCTION
1 (1-4) Personal Emoluments
2 Transport Allowance
8 Incidentals
4 Banana Price Adjustment Scheme ..

TOTAL MINISTRY OF TRADE AND PRODUCTION ..

22 AGRICULTURE
(1-42) Personal Emoluments
1 (17) Personal Emoluments Scheme D 5005
2 Books, Periodicals
a Incidental Expenses
4 Plants and Seeds
a Scientific Apparatus and Chemicals
6 Transport Allowances
7 Labour
8 Propagation Supplies '
9 Upkeep of dongeys and carts
10 Extension Services
11 Livestock Improvement-Stud Centres-Operation and
Maintenance
12 Plant and Animal Protection Services
18 Stockmen
14 Soufriere Investigations' and Observations
15 Animal Diseases Control Measures
1 Electricity
17 Annual Agricultural Shows

Carried forward


Original
Estimate
Revenue


1,194,717


66,186
100
800
200
14.200
400
14,000
450
620
510
1,700
70
2,200
2,150
1,700

105,286


12,887
10,000
250
1,300
460
200
644

25,741


15,442
500
80


16,022


224,285

320
700
2,000
800
21,792
8,000
1.200.
100
8,000
7,000

1,400
6,480
120
400
350
1,200

284,147


Original
Estimate
C.D.W.


Actual
Expenditure
Revenue


Actual
Expenditure
C.D.W.


Over the
Estimate
Revenue


Over the
Estimate
C.D.W.


Under the
Estimate
Revenue


Under the
Estimate
C.D.W.


Supplementary Supplementary
Votes Votes
Revenue C.D.W.


Not Provided
for
Revenue


Not Provided
for
C.D.W.


Remarks


SI I. _______________ _______________________________ I h-........ I .1 I I


767,481


700
450
1,500

7,400
12,000
55,000
20,00.
3,400
2,500
3,500
10,000

1,550
8,000
3,700
160,000
450
4,500
480
1,500
500
2.856
80,000
300
25,000
19,000
700
600
250
400
1,000


$



40,415












250


$ c.

751,545.56


438.36
490.09
158.87

8,518.61
10,985.50
42,363.05
25,524.09
2,521.43
1,771.82
4,749.26
7.428.94

1,263.35
7,325.72
3,558.14
142,896.12
339.47,
4.435.24
151.20
1,499.00
548.13
2.937.75
89,594.41
298.50
24,117.51
15,422.84
559.08

181.81
400.00
1,004.35


40.09


$ e.



31,006.76


0 48.13
81.75
9,594.41


40,665.00 1,153,028.20 31,006.76 17,660.69


63,625.67
99.16
768.40
246.25
46.25
14,404.05 2405
342.20
12,904.49
496.2146.
466.79
508.801
1,244.09
52.89
1,418.82
1.906.63
788.05

99,272.50 296.51


11,241.07
10,613.11
249.17
1,288.91
310.60
197.52
506.51

24,406.89


14,784.13
499.00
79.65
I


15,362.78


184,389.11

261.28
635.14
1,872.04
591.31
15,297.57
7,248.90
1,191.53
70.12
7,219.30
5,694.59

878.08
6,480.00
120.00
341.80
209.92
940.00


613.11






613.11


$ e.

15,935.44


261.64

1,341.13



1,014.50
12,636.95

878.57
728.18

2,571.06

286.65
674.28
141.80
17,103.88
110.53
64.76
328.80
1.00



1.50
882.49
3,577.16
140.92
600.00
68.19


59.349.49


2,560.33
.84
31.60


57.80
1.095.51

153.21
1.20
455.91
17.11
781.18
243.37
911.95

6,310.01


$ e.



9,408.24












125(.00


9.658.24


-I I I- I i 1-


800.00

200.00

10,500.00


21,065.00


50.00


50.00


$ e. $ c. 0 e.


$ e.




65.00



3,000.00


5.000.00


1,500.00


81.75








4. 35


________________ I


I I 1 I 1


1,645.93

.83
11.09
149.40
2.48
137.49

1,947.22


657.87
1.00
.35


I I 659.22 I


291 233,440.69


39,895.89

58.72
64.86
127.96
208.69
6,494.43
751.10
8.47
29.88
780.70
1,305.41

521.92


58.20
140.08
260.00


I 50,706.31


610.19


204.05


46.21


250.26


613.11


613.11


SI _____________________ i I


291.00


S.W. No. 91

S.W. No. 72


S.W. No. 73


S.W. No. 21


S.w.

S.w.

S.W.


No. 74

No. 75

No. 90


Nett Decrease-Revenue $41,688.80
Nett Decrease C.D.W. $9,658.24





S.W. No. 41











Nett Decrease-Revenue $6,013.50









Nett Decrease-Revenue $1,334.11







Nett Decrease-Revenue $659.22


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


291.00


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


524.09


1,118.61


5,524.09


1,249.26


-'


1 I


i---------:---~---:


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-1 1 1 1


_II


.I-


I


j


~







Heads and Subheads


Brought


Original
Estimate
Revenue


t Forward

*

A*

..


Forestry Surveys and Demarcations
Labour for Nurseries and Reafforestation
Uniforms
Maintenance, Snagg Estate-Canouan
Maintenance of Vehicles
Incidentals
Transport and Subsistence
Equipment and Drugs
Books, Periodicals and Pamphlets
Incidentals
Labour
Manures, Insecticides and other Supplies
Feeds
Maintenance of Vehicles
Maintenanco of Equipment
Tools and Implements
Upkeep of Grounds
Incientals
Poultry Breeding Stock
Vacation Leave to Daily Paid Employees
Maintenance of Land Rover
Labour
Chenmicals
Incidentals
Labour
Compost
Baskets
Supplies and Tools
Upkeep Propagators
'ortiliher, Insecticides etc.
Upkeep of Motor Vehicles
Visits and Training of Officers
Incidentals
Anti-Ero:ilon Measures
Dumoustration Holdings
Insurance of Fisheries Boats
Maintenance Fisheries Boat


ToTAL AoIIOULTax


Original
Estimate
C.D.W.


284,147


417,792


23 LOANS AND ADVANCES


Agricultural Credit Soci(
Loans to Fishermen
Loans to Students
Loan to Marriaqua Vill


ties and Growers Asociation .. 25,000
5,000
600
age Council

TOTAL LOANs AND ADVAOzE .. 30,600


24 MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND WOBKS
1 (1-5) Personal Emoluments
I Transport Allowance
3 Incidentals

TOTAL MINITT or Oor UNIOATIONs AND WO1KS .

LABOUR
1 (1-4) Personal Emoluments
1-(5) Youth Employment Service Scheme D 6331
2 Books and Periodicals
a Incidentals
4 Recruitment and Repatriation of Workers
5 Transport Allowances
6 Electricity
7 Employment Exchange
8 Training of Domestics
9 Youth Employment Service-D6331

TOTAL LAOU ..

26 LANDS AND SURVEYS
1 (1-7) Personal Emoluments
2 Transport Allowance-Crown Surveyor
3 Survey Expenses and Maintenance
,4 Vacation Leave Pay-Daily Paid Employees
5 Maintenance of Vehicles
6 Expenses, Private Surveys
7 Electricity
8 Reference Library
9 aidmntals

TOTAL LA Da AiD Snvez ..

,7 PORT AND MARINE
1 (1-9) Personal Emoluments.
2 Upkeep, Harbours and Wharves
3 Reference Library
4 Electricity
5 Transport Allowances
6 Incidentals
7 Upkeep Navigation Lights, Buoys and Signal Station
8 Uniforms for Port Guards and Signalmen
9 Marine Services
10 Badges and Epaulettes
11 Flags and Shapes
12 Operation and maintenance of Crane


18,596
500
140

19,236


24,420

80
240
5,000
1,670
20
500
800


32,730


42,870
930
9.700
600
6.000
1,000
200
125
175

61,600


32,201
2,500
60
3,000
400
120
2,200
400
5,000
100
250


291.00


6.000







2,000


8,000


Actual
Expenditure
Revenue


il


339.856.86



10,200.00

1,890.00
2,000.00


14,090.00


16,960.28
604.05
130.78

17,695.11


23.883.57

73.94
231.35
4,666.21
1.153.32
12.78

744.28


30,765.45


39,335.23
813.27
11,448.16
473.46
5.040.52

145.80
63.51
172.31

57.492.26


26.761.61
11.10
56.61
2,239.84
639.88
113.35
1.298.46
442.37
4,987.00

60.86
461.56


Actual
Erpeaditure
C.D.W.


Over the
Estimate
Revenue


10.10


10.10





1,290.00
2,000.00


3,290.00


Over the
Estimate
C.D.W.


I*-- - I


Under the
Estimate
Revenue


Under the
Estimate
C.D.W.


$ e.
291.00-


77,945.24 291.00



14,800.00'
5.000.00


19,800.00


-1_ 1 1 II i I I


104.05


104.05


1,635.72

9.22

1,644.94


201.00


201.00


Supplementary Supplementary
Votes Votes
Revenue C.D.W.


Not Provided
for
Revenue


e.



10.10


2,000.00


.290.00


*I I-- I-------I P I -l- ` I I ___________ --


3,336.10


773.99


4,110.09


536.43

6.06
8.65
333.79
516.68
7.22
500.00
55.72


1,964.55


2,663.90


1,226.01

3,889.91


__ __ ________________ I ________________ ________________ ___________________--


1,748.16







1,748.16






239.88


42.37



461.56


3.534.77
116.73

126.54
959.48
1,000.00
54.20
61.49
2.69

5.855.90


5,439.39
2,488.90
3.39
760.16

6.65
901.54

13.00
100.00
189.14


1,250.00







1,250.00


240.00






675.00


498.16


498.16


TOTAL POnT MW MARINE .. 46.231 37,072.64 743.81 9,902.17 915.00


42.37


Not Provided
for
C.D.W.


Remarks


$ e.


100
800
940
1,000
'800
480
1,290
1,100
100
140
33,000
7,200
9,000
3,000
500
350
480
600
360
900
800
960
960
180
9.600
960
1.600
720
720
1.360
1,920
300
500
9,000
40,000
925
1,000


0 c.
233,440.69

84.92
810.10
796.00
197.00
753.69
90.59
799.87
1,033.88
80.41
129.98
31.742.67'
6,872.23
7,661.33
2,507.16,
433.05
213.95.
460.71
543.74

897.60
687.61
849.50
840.85
160.28
8,818.69
914.67
997.44
611.37
524.91
1,198.62
1,754.98

301.77
8,022.92
22,749.15
900.40
974.13


TOTAL PORT AxND MAXnr . 46.231


915.00


743.81


9.902.17


- ---


"'-o


$ e.
50,706.31

15.08

144.00
803.00
46.31
389.41
490.13
66.12
19.59
10.02
1.257.33
327.77
1,338.67
492.84
66.95
136.05
19.29
56.26
360.00
2.40
112.39
110.50
119.15
19.72
781.31
45.33
602.56
108.63
195.09
161.38
165.02
300.00
198.23
977.08
17,250.85
24.60
25.87


3.000.00




3,260.00 10.10





.290.00
2,000.00


S.W. No. 58


---- I I I I- -


'~-----------'


-1


I


-1


I I :


1 37,072.64


I I --~--~~-----I~I I--------I


-1


No. 76




Nett Decrease-Revenue $77,935.14
Decrense C.D. & W. $291.00.





Supplementary Estimate No. 4

Nett Decrease Revvenue $16,510.00



S.W. Nos. 54, 77


Nett Decrease-Revenue $1,540.89













Nett Decrcase-Revenue $],964.55,
Nott Decrease-C.D.W. $3,889.91




S.W. No's. 36, 57







Nett Decrease-Revenue $4,107.74






S.W. No 16





S.W. No. 10

Net Decrease Revenne-$9,158.36


260.00


.290.00





I I I I -I -I I III


Heads and Subheads


28 POST
1
2




4
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14


OFFICE
(1-12) Personal Emoluments
Commission to Licensed Stamp Vendors
incidentals
Conveyance of Foreign Mails
Conveyance of Inland Mails
Implements, Uniforms, etc.
Money Order Commission and Parcel Post
Rent of District Post Offices
Supply of Stamps
Transport Allowances
Maintenance and Operation of Mail Vans
Electricity
Upkeep of Bicycle
Cnishiw Shortage Allowance


Original
Estimate
Revenue

4


S.


TOTAL POST OPICE ..


29 PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
1 (1-44) Personal Emoluments
1 (3), (6), (16), (25) D 5921 Personal Emoluments
S Incidentals
2 Incidentals Scheme D 5921
8 Reference Library
4 Transport Allowances
4 Transport Allowances Scheme D 5921
5 Vacation Leave Pay, Daily Paid Employees
6 Scavenging and Cleaning P.W.D. Offices
I Subsistence Allowance D 5921
8 Return Passage to U.K. for Executive Engineer
-D 5921
9 Increased Wages, Industrial Workers
TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT .

80 PUBLIC WORKS RECURRENT
1 Maintenance and Repairs to Furniture and Equipment
2 Maintenance and Repairs to Buildings and Premises ..
3 Water Services, Publie Buildings
4 Sewerage Installations Repairs and Maintenance
5 Electricity
6 Maintenance Furniture and Fittings Government
Quarters
7 River Control Measures
8 Maintenance and Repairs to Roads
9 Special Road Services
10 Storm Damage
11 Bridges, Culverts and Retaining Walls
12 Maintenance, Water Supplies
13 Maintenance Grenadines Water Supplies
14 Installations, Private Settlements
15 Way-Leave and Crop Compensations
16 Operating Costs, Carpentry Shop
17 Upkeep of Jetties and Sea Walls
18 Operation and Maintenance of Plant and Equipment
19 Operation Costs Machine Shop
20 Upkeep Sea Latrines, Mainland and Grenadines
21 Maintenance of Government House
22 Incidentals
83 Tools and Implements, Public Works Department
24 Unallocated Stores $35o,ooo000
349,000
25 Maintenance of Chief Minister's House
26 Maintenance E!cctrical Installations and Equipment
27 Minor Works
28 Preliminary Purve .s and Investigations
29 Transport $150,000
149.000


$53,200
$58,100


Stone Crusher

Drawing Office Supplies


83 Upkeep, Deep Water Wharf
33 Maintenance and Operation of Airport
34 Running and Upkeep of Land Rover and Fire Engine
35 Maintenance of Radio Equipment
36 Electricity
37 Rent for Temporary Magistrate's Court, Kingstown

TOTAL PUBLIC WORK RCURRENT

31 TELEPHONES
1 (1-11) Personal Emoluments
a Incidentals
SI Maintenance
4 Rental Telephone Exchange
5 Tools and Implements
6 Transport Allowances
I Transport, Telephone Department
SI Wireless Telecommunications Service, Bequla and
Union Island
9 Upkeep of Furniture, Telephone Exchange
10 Electricity
U Maintenance of Radio Telephone Equipment


79,624
6,500
350
40,000
2,200
4,650
7,500'
1,548
25,000
1,144
4,200
260
250
100

173.326


Original
Estimate
C.D.W.


Actual
Expenditure
Revenue


---I


186,359.84


Actual
Expenditure
C.D.W.


Over the
Estimate
Revenue


Over the.
Estimate
C..W.


Under the
Estimate
Revenue


Undes the
Estimate
C.D.W.


Supplementary
Votes
Revenue


Supplementary
Votes
C.D.W.


Not Provided
for
Revenue


Not Provided
for
C.D.W.


Remarks


-I I I I~ *, I 1 I I


$ e.

8,132.21
694.67

12,960.08

2,609.97
4.816.68
147.50


e.

87,756.21
7,194.67
331.92
52,960.08
1,844.45
7,259.97
12,316.68
1,695.50
9,275.50'
834.75
4,251.36
253.05
265.73
119.97


16.414.33


$ c.

4,958.00
3.219.00

10,000.00


18.08

355.55



15,724.50
309.25

6.95


* c.

3,174.21


2,960.08

2,609.97
4.816.68
40.50


51.36

15.73


1 13,668.53


246,316 238,186.17 8,129.83
18,732 17,686.65 1.045.35
250 278.37 28.37 28.37
45.24 45.24 45.24
300 198.56 101.44
22,480 21,218.92 1,261.08
3,108 2,120.05 987.95
20,000 22,209.08 2,209.08 3,500.00
216 236.00 20.00 20.00
600 85.47 514.53

1,296 600.00 696.00
5.00 5.00 5.00

289,562 23,736 282,332.10 20,537.41 2.262.45 45.24 9,492.35 3,243.83 3,520.00 33.37 45.24


3,000
70,000
2.400
8,000
3.240

2,500
7,000
349,900
20,000
12,000
17,000
20,000
4,000
10
100
1.440
8,000
16,000
10,000
800
1,000
180
7,800
100

1.100
5.500
4,000
2,000


100
100
1,200

5,000
6,000
3,800
750
1,140


595,160


608.38
77,482.59
1,998.10
7.316.89
5,048.94
701.45
3,491.93
358237.97
24,620.40.
100,554.17
18,770.43
16,265.58
2,645.03


1,002.68
2,735.34
19,616.22
11,188.96
51.40
758.37
122.64
0,414.51
53,290.25


317.06
4,648.70
4,640.53
1,168.18


10,706.82
24,550.89
1,407.12

2,687.72
6,345.17
2,789.75
544.55
1,102.13
750.00

774,580.85


7,482.59


1,808.94


8,337.97
4,620.40
88.554.17
1,770.43





3,616.22
1,188.96




53,190.25




640.53



10,606.82
24,450.89
207.12


345.17



750.00

207,570.46


2,391.62

401.90
683.11

1.798.55
3,508.07




3,734.42
1,354.97
10.00
100.00
437.32
5,264.66


748.60
241.63
57.36
1,385.49


782.94
851.30

831.82






2,312.28

1,010.25
205.45
37.87


28.149.61


I F I I


47,910
200
9,200
940
200
3,028
1,300

870
175
500
500


52,656.17
179.52
8.826.29
788.03
124.09
2,663.57
625.81

441.45
74.60
249.24
478.58


4,746.17


20.48
373.71
151.97
75.91
364.43
674.19

428.55
100.40
250.76
21.42


8,10Q.00


2,000.00


10,000.00
4,700.00
92,000.00






4,000.00
1,600.00








250.00







1,621.00
400.00


900.00

125,571.00


1,770.43












53.190.25



390.53



10,606.82

24,450.89
207.12


90,616.04.


4,746.17


IFFII I --- I---- I


51.36

15.73
19.97

29.448.17


Toni, TmnhloIr~FI 64.823 67,107.35 4,746.17 2,461.82 4,746.17 Net Increase-Revenue--$2.284.35.


-- I


107.00





35.00

18,319.00


18,598


1-1


..


S.W. No's. 34, 97
S.W. No. 33.

S.W. No. 4


S.W. No. 12




S.W. No. 55

Nett lucrease--Revenue $13,033.81









S.W. No. 99.
S.W. No. 79.



Nett Decrease-Revenue $7,229.90,

Nett Decrease, C.D.W. $3,198.59




S.W. No's. 38, 78.


Supplementary Estimate No.4/67


F.W. No. 42
S.W. No. 59
.W's. Nos. 48, 56 & 98






S.W. No. 30
S.W. No. 81



Debits $326,648.50
Less Credits $273,358.25 $53,290.25


S.W. No. 37



I)elits $181,799.71
Less Credits $171,092.89 $10,706.82
Debits $ 69.482.03
Less Credits $ 44,931.14 $24,550.89
Supplementary Estimate No. 4
$1,621.00
S.W. No. 52


S.W. No. 25

Nett Increase-Revenue $179,420.85


TOTA,. T LXPor .l 64.823


67,107.35


4.746.17


2,461.82


Net Increase-Revenue-$2,284.35.


4.746.17







Heads and Subheads


MISCELLANEOUS
1 Cost of Bills of Exchange
Crown Agents Charges and Commissions
I Decorations and Miscellaneous Expenses-Royal
Visit
4 Entertainment I.M. and other Visiting Ships
5 Expenses Public Services Commission and Wages
Council
6 Family Commitments-Students Studying Abroad
T Government Hospitality

I House Allowances and Rental of Quarters for Public
Officers
9 Incidentals, Rest Rooms
10 Leave Passages
11 Lighting Streets outside Kingstown
12 Marine Insurance and Freight
13 Mails and Passenger Service-Bequia and Grenadines .
14 Motor Vehicle Insurance
15 Telegrams and Safe Hand Mails
16 Ira.elling and Subsistence-Ministers etc.

IT Tra.sport and Subsistence not specially provided for

18 Publication of Government Notices

19 Repatriation of Destitute Vincentians
20 Refunds and Drawbacks of Revenue

21 Stationery and Equipment
23 Incidentals
23 Training of Staff Locally
24 Wor&.nea's Compensation
25 Electoral Expenses
s Expenses Hurricane Relief Committtee
27 Write-off-Arrears Agricultural Workers
28 lonorariuml
29 Management Expenses Development Loan
30 Cost of Salarirca Review, Gardner-Brown
31 Arbitration Tribudnls and Commission of Enquiry
32 New Constitution Celebrations
33 Compensation for Goods Stolen from Queen's Ware-
hoise No. 1
34 Compensation. Re-Embezzlement by Ex Bailiff
Cockburn
35 Write-off, Loan St. Vincent Cricket Association
36 Write-off. Federal Government Expenditure

ToTAL MISCLLANEOU .

SUBVENTIONS
1 Soup Kitchen
2 St. Vincent Infant Welfare and Maternity League
3 Thompson Home
4 Health and Welfare Centre
5 Blind Workshop
6 District Councils
7 Small Town Boards
8 Village Councils
I Boy Scouts' Association
10 Girl Guide Association
11 Boys' Brigade
18 St. Vincent Music Council
1I Grant to Games and Library Fund, St. Vincent
Grammar School
14 U.W.I. Extra Mural Classes
15 Grant to Y.M.C.A.
16 Kingstown Board in lieu of certain Rates
17 Kingstown Board Percentage Grant in respect of
Licence Foes
18 Director Civil Aviation, Windward and Leeward Islands
19 Maintenance and Demonstration of Objects of Historical
Interest
20 Memorial Hall
21 St. Vincent Legion of the Br'tish Empire Service League
22 Contribution to Tourist Development
as Contribution to W.I.B.S.
24 Marketing Board.
35 Air Registration Board
2e Overseas Income Tax Office
27 Colonial Road Research Laboratory
28 Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
39 Windward Islands Annual
30 Amenities Fund, W.I. Students in U K.
81 Other Minor Contributions
1s Law Library Committee
33 Contribution to U.N.E.S.C.O.
84 St. Vincent 'Co-operative Arrowroot Association
35 Contribution to Regional Organisation and Services
Contribution to St. Vincent Amateur Sports Associa-
33 tion
7 Assistance to Emmanuel High School
Contribution to St. Vincent Amateur-Football Asso-
ciation


Original
Estimate
Revenue



8,000
5,000
30.000

1,000
2,160

1,000
4,000

5,000

250
20,000
9,000
11,000
24,240
9,000G
9,000
20,000

25,000

5.000.

2,000,
20,000

12,000
3.000

3,000
25.000.
1.000,
3,567
2.000


Original
Estimate
C.D.W.


260,217


Aetual
Expanditur
Bevenue


$ e.

10,091.70
7,812.59
35,017.56

524.14
1,551.00

538.74
3,877.56

5,441.74

531.36
21,379.28
6,797.84:
17,246.37'
24,240.00
10,450.12
9,231.48
30,422.75

49,936.80

7,161.64

247.74
31,052.81

16,457.26
2.704.45

857.73
40,558.65


1,999.00

2,149.58
845.14
3,476.62
30.81

893.87

933.19
199.66


344,659.18


Aetual
Expenditure
C.D.W.

$ I.


Over the
Estimate
Revenue

*$

2,091.70
2,812.59
5.017.56


441.74

281.36
1,379.28

6,246.37

1,450.12
231.48'
10,422.75

24,936.80

2,161.64


11,052.81

4,457.20



15.558.65


2.149.58
845.14
3,476.62
30.81

893.87

933.19
199.66


97,070.98


Over the
Estimate
C.D.W.


Under the
Estimate
Revenue


475.86
609.00

461.26
122.44





2,202.16









1,752.26




295.55

2,142.27

1,000.00
3,567.00
1.00










12,628.80


Under the
Estimate
C.D.W.


I - I- - j ~ -- 'I I


250
5,500f
720
1.000
1,000
26,000
25,000
3,400
360
360
240
200
1,500

2,000
240
1,460
1,700

3,000
100

120
400
24,000
65,000'
100
1,000
1,000
852
288'
1,500
650
2,000
1,500
750
38,000


250.00
5.500.00
720.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
26,000.00
25,000.00
3.400.001
360.00
360.00
240.00
200.00
1,500.00

2,000.00
240.001
1.460.00
1.700.00

3,459.92


120.00
400.00
24,000.00'
49,852.00

922.00
240.00

288.00

499.881
461.12
1,500.00
71.94
4.352.20


459.92


121,500 172,372.78 50.872.78
818.00 818.00

1,000.00 1,000.00
300.00 300.00


332,690 331,587.84 53,450.70:


100.00


15,148.00
100.00
78.00
760.00
852.00

1,500.00
150.12
1,538.88

678.06
33,647.80


Supplementary
Votes
Bevenue


1,027.40







224.03
10,000.00

21,500.00

700.00




3,000.00


20,000.00




2,100.00
1,000.00
3.300.00
40.00

894.00

938.00


64,723.43


818.00

1,000.00
300.00


I I I I-


Supplementary
Votes
C.D.W.


-- .C----- ------------------- i- L- -


199.66


Not Provided Not Provided
for for
Revenue C.D.W.

S $ c.

2,091.70
2,812.59
5,017.56









281.36
1,379.28

6,246.37

1,450.12
7.45
422.75

3,436.80

1,461.64


11,052.81

1,457.26








49.58

176.62


S.W. No. 82







S.W. No. 93
S.W. No. 8

S.W. No. 9, 30, 83. Supplemen-
tary Estimate No. 4
S.W. No. 84




S.W. No. 29



S.W. Nos. 17, 23




Supplementary Estimate No. 4
S.W. No. 2
S.W. Nos. 35, 100
S.W. No. 45

S.W. No. 46

S.W. No. 47


Nett Increase-Revenue $84,442.18


459.92


50,872.78


S.W. No. 14

S.W. No. 22
S.W. No. 49


TOTAL SVUBV TIOB ..


Nett Decrense-Revenue $1,102.16


54.552.86


2,118.00


51,332.70


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