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SAINT VINCKNT


GOVERNMENTT GAZETTE





VOL. 86.]' SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 JUNE. 1953. [No. 39.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 305.
VISIT OF ADMINISTRATOR TO TRINIDAD.

With reference to Government Notice No. 291 of 15th June, 1953, His
Honour WALTER FLEMING COUTTS, C.M.G., M.B.E., Administrator,. St. Via-
cent, proceeded to Trinidad by air on 21st June, 1953, on important official
matters. He expects to return to St. Vincent via Barbados by air in the after-
noon of Thursday, 25th June.
[F23rd June, 1953.
(P. F.462).

No. 306.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

There will be a meeting of the Legislative Council in the Council Chamber,
Kingstown, on Friday, 26th June, 1953, at 10.00 a.m.
The Order of the Day with an Addendum of this meeting.is published
with this issue of the Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the general public.
23rd June, 1953.
(A. 1/1949)f

No. 296.
GOVERNOR'S APPEAL FOR FUNDS FOR WESTMINSTER ABBEY.

The Prime Minister has launched an appeal for one million pounds for the
repair, preservation and upkeep of Westmintier Abbey. The Abbey is one of
the world's great churches. In it our Queen was crowned on 2nd June as Kings
and Queens have been crowned there for ce-ltnriPs. It is a shrine where genera-
tions of famous men are huied or commemorated. It stands near the Houses
of Parliament at the centre of the Co'iiu',tnwalrh, and Inn nago the House of
Commons used to meet in the Abbey Chljipter House.







SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 JUNE, 1953.-(No. 39).


In this Coronation Year, when we here are also looking forward to a British
Caribbean Federation as an'increasingly important part of the Commonwealth,
the appeal has been launched to ensure that the Abbey, which has fostered
much that is best in western civilisation, should be passed on worthily to the-
future. I ask all of you who can help with some gift, however small it may be,
to make your contribution.
Subscriptions should be lodged at Barclays Bank and marked Westminster
Abbey Appeal Fund.
GOVERNOR.
l6th June, 1953.

No. 297.
MESSAGE FROM THE BISHOP OF THE WINDWARD ISLANDS.

BISHOP'S HOUSE,
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
The large majority of those who read this have never been to England,.
but ever since your school days you have heard about Westminster Abbey, and
I know that those who do manage to go to London make a point of visiting the
Abbey as soon as possible, standing, as it does, in the very centre of the Empire.
I am not going to enter into the long and interesting history of this truly noble
shrine, but I would like to tell you one or two important things about it. Those
who look upon it as merely a famous relic of the past make a great mistake.
The Abbey is very much alive, and not only on all great National occasions.
The daily round of prayer and praise, in all the beauty of holiness, has been
carried on without a break from the earliest times of her history. For centuries
it has been a centre of pilgrimages. Not only does it contain the shrine of St.
Edward the Confessor, but in its Sanctuary all our Sovereigns have been
Anointed and Crowned. It has recently undergone an extensive transforma-
tion, not only to provide space for the special ceremonial at H.M. Queen
Elizabeth's Coronation, but also accommodation for the large number of privi-
ledged worshippers. There are the tombs of great statesmen and poets and
others of great renown. There is the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior. There,
too,-is the beautiful Memorial Chapel of the Battle of Britain. There, too mul-
titudes find spiritual rest and refreshment, and inspiration in the beautiful
daily services, with the best church music in the world. Think what it must
cost to maintain such a huge and beautiful shrine, and to preserve it for
posterity. The elaborate but temporary structural alterations and all the other
expenses in connection with the Coronation, were, of course, paid by the Gov-
ernment. But apart from this the Government does not pay anything towards
the upkeep of the Abbey. Moreover the Abbey is neither a Cathedral nor a
parish church, so that it has no Diocesan or Parochial Funds to support it.
The Abbey is known as a "Peculiar" :this means that it is not under the
jurisdiction of the Bishop of London or even the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The Dean and Chapter are in full control. They have to do all they can to
maintain the Abbey, its fabric, its very largp staff, and, of course, the services:
which are according to the Anglican Ri;e. The repair work goes on daily, and
a large staff is employee on this alone. Many years age, land and property
belonging to the Abbey were handed over to the Church Commissioneis. These
were sold, and the capital used to provide an annual income for the maintenance
of the fabric, and for stipends and salaries of the staff. This was just adequate
in those days, and now it is only a very small portion of the amount now nIede-
ed to ensure the proper upkeep of the Abbey for all time.
A world-wide Appeal f-i Oen million pounds has now been launched by
Sir WINSTON CHURCHILL, on behalf of the Dean and Chapter. Just after the
Appeal was made public the devastation disaster to the East Coatst of England
occurred, a:'d naturally the public was asked to give at once all they could to
relieve distress, and this Flood Appeal of conis hiad priority. That urgent
matter has now been dealt witli, anid we are free to appeal for the AlilhcyV. If
the amount aimed at comes in the Abbey wonld be self-supporting i or all time
and the income would also i)b sufficient to provide for a Choir School to ensure
a continue es supply of trained choristers to maintain the musical side of the
daily round of worship. At Coronation Day church services a cnllection, was
given to the Westminster Abbey Appeal. Sun scriptiens miay alo he sent to.
the Westminster Abbey Appeal Fun i. Barcl;ys Bank.
t NORMAN WINDWARD ISLANDS.
16th June, 1953.







SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 JUNE, 19a3.--(No 39).


No. 307.
PROMOTIONS.
Miss F. A. I. RAPIER, Class II Clerk.
Governor's Office. has been promoted to
a Class I Clerkship with effect from 1st
January, 1953.
23rd June, 1953.
(A. 29/1948).

No. 308.
Miss MURIEL FORDE, as a Principal
Clerk in the General Clerical Service of
the Colony, with effect from 1st Jan-
nary, 1953.
23r.d June, 1953.
(P. F. 72).

No. 309.
Mr. S. E. MCKIE, as a Principal Clerki
in the General Clerical Service of the
Colony, on probation for one year with
effect from 1st January, 1953. l,
23rd June, 1953.
(P.F. 86).

No. 310.
LEAVE.
The Honourable E. A. C. HUGHES
has been granted four weeks' leave of
absence from the Executive and Legis-
lative Councils, commencing on the
24th June, 1953.
23rd June, 1953.
(A. 31/1948).

No. 311.
LEGISLATION.
The under-mentioned Ordinance
which has been assented to by His
Excellency the Governor is published
for ~cenPral information with this issue
of the Gazette:-
No. 7 of 1953.-An Ordinance to
amend the Teachers Pensions
Ordinance, 1944.
(E. 9/1943).
23rd June, 1953.

No. 312.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

The Colonial Trea-urer's Report for
the year 1951. which may be seen at the
Government Otice, Kingstown Library,
and at all Reveniu- Offices aind District
Post Offices, is pu'llishi d with this i-sue
of the G.izette.
23rd June, 1953.

No. 313.
Copir- of the minutes of the ineroings
of the Kin rstown Bo:inil held on July
8th and Auniist 12ti: 1952. which may
I1e seen at the Government Office, the


Kingstown Library. ndl at all Revenue
Offices and District Post Offices. are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette.
23rd June, 1953.

No. 314.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE
WEST INDIES.

MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN.

Following an award for the purpose-
of training technicians, the Univeisity
College of the West, Indies invites ap-
plications from senior laho)iatoly tcchni-
cians holding a certificate of the I.M.L.T.
(Pathological Technique) for that pur-
pose.
The period of duty will he two years
at a salary of 750 a year (of which 5%
will be deducted for superannuation)
and return passages will be paid for
wife and family inclusive. A marriage
allowance of 75 will be paid if the per-
son appointed is not less than 25 years
of age. There will be a deduction of
5% of salary as rent for University ac-
commodation if this is available; if it is
not, a housing allowance of not more
than 200 a year will be made.
Candidates will be expected to com-
mence duties by, or soon after, October
1st, 1953. Applications with testimo-
nials should be forwarded to the Dean
of the Medical Faculty, University Col-
lege of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica,.
B.W.I. as early as possible.
23rd June, 1953.

No. 315.
GOVERNMENT PROPERTIES
FOR SALE.

The following Government properties
are offered for sale:
(a) That Government-owned proper-
tv known as Ediinboro Cottage, a
two-storey structure comprising
of three (3) bedrooms, living
room. dining room, kitchen, ser-
vanis' room, Latlaage lan i sanitary
accommolations with 22.662 sq.ft.
of land.
Ho,'s- and Land-$12,500
(b) That Governmont-owned proper-
ty lkn"wn ;is Low Point (old T.B.
IHomP) a t wo-storey building con-
strnctcd with steel, timber and
ston,-. with evenn (7) acres of
land.
La,: d iy 1- sold in lots.
B iilding ... ... $2,000.00
Lalndl ... ... 16,000.00
(c) That Government-owned proper-
ty k1"wn as Cedars Dispensary
and Dispenser's Quarters, two
building ps comprising:







SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 JUNE, 1953.-(No. 39).


(i) Dispensary, a two-storey build-
ing-lower floor ot .tone com-j
prising of one room. The up-
per floor has two rooms, with;
timber siding.
(ii) Dispenser's Hoiuse, two rooms,
with detached Pi ivy and Kitch-
en, with timber siding.
The purchaser would have to ar-
Irin!e removal of the buildings!
from the site seven (7) days
after the sale.
Buildings ...... $1,200.00
(d) That Government-owned land -at
Can, Garden comprising 33,600
sq. ft. to be sold at 1 Ic. per sq.ft.
suitable as billing lots and the
remainder of G4,000 sq.ft. to be
soll at Ge. per sq.ft. for agricul-
ture.
Interested persons requiring infor-
mation for any Imilding and lands may
consfllt the Superin'tetidlent of Works.
Offers which will he. received up to
3.00. o'clock on 'the 30th day of, June,
1853, must be sealed, addressed to the
Assistant. Administrator, Government
Office, and clearly marked on the out-
side of the envelope "Purchase of Gov-
ernment Properties".
By Command,
A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
23rd June, 1953.


IN THE SUPREiME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS
ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT
(Appellate Jurisdiction)

On Appeal From:-
The Magistrate's Court,
Second District.
Appeal No. 1 of 1953.
Between :


-CHARLES JESSOP
and
SARAH IRISH


Appellant

Respondent.


JUDGMENT.
This is an appeal from a judgment of
the learned Magistrate of the Second
District in which he gave judgment for
the respondent in an action in which
the appellant claimed damages for the
trespass on his lands of a cow belong-
ing to the respondentt.


In the notice of Appeal the appellant
gave the following reasons for this
appeal:-
"1. That the decision is aitogethe-r
unwarranted by the evidence, ,in
like manner as. if the case had
been tried by a jury, there woufd
not have been.sufficient evidence
to sustain tl..y verdict.
2. That the deciSion is erroneons in
point of law for, inter alia; the
following reasons:
(a) The learned Magistrate erred
in holding iltt the I'laintiff's fail-
ure to deliver a notice to the De-
fendant as ri quired by Section 6 of
the Stock Trespiss Ordinance, Cap.
46. was a bar to the Plaintiff's right
to proceed in the matter by action
at law.
(b) The learned M..gI.tIl:aI-, l:v-
ing- fo nd as a'f;ct thai the Defer -
ant's unirial trespa ss,( en the
Plaintiff's land a;nd did dainai'et
erred in failin, to vi\e jndgmnent
for the Plaintiff on his claim."
At the outset of hisargument learned
Counsel for the appellant intimated to
the Court that he did not propose to
pursue'the first reason given above.
Indeed he made it clear-that he had no
quarrel with the learned Magistrate's
finding of fact in the case, but what he
did urge was that on this finding of fact
the learned Magistrate had misdirected
himself as to the application of the law
thereto.
It was admitted in the course of the
argument that for the sake of conveni-
ence, an entirely separate action brought
by the respondent against the appellant
for unlawfully impounding her cow and
keeping it for sixteen days was heard
by the Magistrate together with the case
which is the subject matter of this
appeal. It was submitted, however,
that as no appeal had been lodged in
respect of that case, it could not be con-
sidered by this Court as affecting the
appeal now under consideration. With
that submission, I am perforce compell-
ed to agree.
Let us now turn to the second ground
of appeal set out above.
In his decision the learned Magistrate
admittedly found as a fact that the res-
pondent's cow had trespassed on land of
the appellant and had done a small
amount of damage thereon and that,
presumably in consequence of that
trespass. the appellant had seized and
impounded a cow belonging to the res-
pondent. He went on to state, however,
thit he was satisfied that lie appell nt
did not deliver a notice in writing to
the respondent within seven a ys after
the seizure of the cow n:r did he leave


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 JUNE, 1953.-(No. 39).


such notice at the abode of the respond- confters upon an owner of land certain
ent within that period as required by powers that he would not otherwise
section 6 of the Stock Trespass Ordi- possess and also imposes upon such
nance (Cap. 46). He held therefore that owner certain corresponding obligations.
in default of such notice, under the For example the provis. to section 6,
proviso to the abovementioned section which was relied on by the learned
the appellant was not entitled to pro- Magistrate, prescribes that should a
ceed further under the Ordinance and distrainor of an animal fail to give the
consequently the claim for damages notice required by the section, he shall
failed. not, be entitled to proceed further un-
It was submitted on behalf of the der the Ordinance. Then section 21
appellant that in so holding the learned provides that any person proceeding
Magistrate had misdirected himself and under the Ordinance to :-
had mis-applied the law as it affected (1) a sale of the trespassing animal, or
facts found by him. (2) judgment in any case brought
It may be convenient here to set out before the Magistrate for adjudi-
the relevant portion of the section and cation, or
the proviso thereto to which reference (3) killing any animal found trespass-
is made above :- ing as provided for under the
6. (1) Where the owner of any ordinance,
animal impounded as aforesaid is shall be barred from proceeding for the
known to the distrainor, he shall de- same trespass by action at law. It ap-
liver notice in writing to such owner, pears to me that the obvious infei ence
or leave the same at his abode within from that section is that any person not
forty-eight hours after the seizure, doing any of the abovementioned three
and such notice shall specify the des- things is still entitled to his action at
cription of the animal seized, the time common law.
and place of seizure, the place where After careful examination of the Or-
the animal is impounded, and the dinance, there is nothing I can find
sum claimed for trespass rate, and depriving an owner of land of his con-
also for damages if claimed, and the mon law right of action, either expressly
notice shall be signed by the distrain- or impliedly, against the owner of a
or. trespassing animal. I therefore hold
Provided that in default of any that the learned Magistrate misdirected
such notice being given within seven himself when he found that the appell-
days after the seizure, the distrainor ant's action failed because he did not
shall not be entitled to proceed fur- comply with the provisions of section 6
their under this Ordinance, and the of the Ordinance.
owner of the animal shall be entitled This appeal is allowed and in view
to receive back the same on demand of the learned Magistrate's finding of
without any payment." fact. it is directed that judgment be
It cannot be gainsaid that under the entered for the appellant agnirst the
common law the owner of animals respondent for $5.00 and 4. 4 costs in
domitce nature is bound to keen them this Court and in the Court below.


under control, and is liable, if they es-
cape and commit a trespass for such
damage as it is ordinarily in their nature
to commit. It is also true that under
the common law when cattle, sheep,
poultry, and the like, stray into a neigh-
bour's land or garden, it is to be expect-
ed they wil devour his grass, corn or
vegetable produce, and their owner is
liable for the damage. [Hals. (Hail.
Ed.) Vol. 1, p.p.: 544 & 545.] In all
fairness to him, Counsel for the re-
spondent did not dispute this proposi-
tion.
The only question, therefore, that
this Court has to consider is whether
the Stock Trespass Ordinance (Cap. 46),
either expressly or by necessary impli-
cation, so amends the common law as to
deprive an owner of land of his right of
action against the owner of an animal
found trespassing on such land. A
scrutiny of the Ordinance at once dis-
closes that there is no express provision
herein to that effect. Does it do so
impliedly? The Ordinance undoubtedly


ALEX. R, COOLS-LARTIGUE,
Puisne Judge.
15th June, 1953.

POST OFFICE NOTICE.
It is hereby notified for the informa-
tion of the general public that the rate
for passages on the Government Mail
Van has been reduced, and as from the
15th day of June, 1953, the following
will be the rates chargeable :-
$1.00 for a passage from Kingstown to
any place north of Bri)getown
and 50 cents to any place south oJ
Bridgetown.
$1.00 for a passage to Kingstown from
any place north of Bridgetown
and 50 cents from any place south
of Bridgetown.
McD. SMITH.
Golonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
8th June, 1953.







206 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 JUNE, 1958.-(No. 39).


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE 1948.

It is hereby notified for general information that the Quarterly Licensing
Sessions will be held in the undermentioned Parish for the purpose of hear-
ing applications from applicants for the granting of certificates in accordance
with the Liquor Licence Ordinance, 1948, at the time and place hereunder:-
Parish. Time and Place of Session.
Grenadines .... At the Court House, Clifton, Union
Island on Tuesday, 30th June,
1968. at 10 o'clock in the fore-
noon.
G. C. H. THOMAS,
Magistrate.


PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTlS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.

Parish. Name of Applicant. Occupation. Residence. Premises.

Grenadines Conrad Adams Sholekeeper Clifton, U.I. Clifton, U.I.
Augustus Mitchell ,, Ashton, I.I. Ashton, U.I.


Notice of intention to oppose the grant of any Certificate stating in general
term the grounds of the opposition,.must be served upon the applicant and
upon the Magistrate not less, than Msven days before the day fixed for the
holding of the Licensing Session.
G. C. H. THOMAS,
Mddigstrate.
MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
CLIFTON,
UNION ISLAND
30th, May, 195.

PaMTI'o BTY BS VinNMfeT PiRSM rr AT GOYUNamsE sMUeU aWmn,.
m~NlTOl sw. vn4 c .
[ Igce 24 cents. ]







LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF SAINT VINCENT.


; FRIDAY 26TH JUNE, 1953.

ADDENDUM TO ORDER PAPER.

QUESTIONS.
The Honourable E. T. Joshua, Member for North Windward, to ask the following
questions :-
1. Can Government state a reason for the fact that Hydro Electricity being
the cheapest of most systems of electricity throughout the world where it is
installed is comparably the dearest in St. Vincent?
2. Since Government must have the last say in- any business corporation or
body set up in the Colony to manage any concern, will Government state why the
practice of charging $1.00 (one dollar) to the consumer whether -current is
consumed or not?
3. What is Government's attitude towards a system of hydro Electricity now
being run throughout the windward and central parts of the island in relation to
price of current for light consumption purposes at least? Will Government
consider challenging the high price for current on this system of electricity
intended to be charged to consumers in the Colony?
MOTIONS.
The Honourable E. T. Joshua, Member for North Windward, to move :-
1. WHEREAS there is a general complaint in this Colony that the rates of
charges for hydro-electric current is high judging from the system used and
the super-flux of electrical energy now to be generated in the Island.
AND WHEREAS F.D.C. operating in this Island may have an inordinate
desire to have quick returns on the venture.
BE IT RESOLVED that Government overhaul the Ordinances and Statutory
Rules regulating hydro Electricity with the view of rectifying the prices and
other discrepancies now complained of in this system of electricity to be used
throughout the Colony.
2. WHEREAS it is seen that justice can be denied or delayed in this
Colony contrary to the Haebeas Copus Act AND WHEREAS it is the well
established principle of the British Crown not only to see that justice be done
but that it should even appear to be done AND WHEREAS only in times of
national paril that the Habeas Corpus Act was sometimes temporarily
suspended and sometimes permanently by some of the more despotic
Sovereigns. AND WHEREAS it is the growing habit of suspending the Habeas
Corpus Act in this Colony thus depriving the majority of the poorer citizens
of justice since these citizens are unable to find extravagant legal fees to
take writs of Habeas Corpus before the High Court AND WHEREAS the Police
Department as at present administered by the present Superintendent of
Police appears to be the instrument of legal policy AND WHEREAS this serious
matter of even the thought that Justice is denied or delayed should be the
matter of the gravest concern of the reigning Monarch.
BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution be at once sent to the Colonial Office
with the view that a Commission be appointed immediately to inquire into
the instrument of Justice at present set up in the Colony of Saint Vincent
British West Indies.
3. WHEREAS the housing problems of this Colony has now become
abnormally acute especially in the area of Kingstown and its immediate
vicinity AND WHERkAS Government is reacting indifferently to this housing
problem as seen by the arbitrary manner in which the Magistracy eject
tenants from dwelling houses AND WHEREAS houses are being taken away from
one set of tenants and rented to another set for purpose of increasing rents
while in a civilized community as St. Vincent claims it is, because of greed of
gain and pecuniary considerations care nothing of the morality, living
conditions and other set backs of the rental population who are forced to live
-in hired houses
BE IT RESOLVED that a certain control be placed on the rental of houses by
amendment of the Rent Restriction Ordinance controlling the rental of
tenements and the condition of ejectment of persons from rooms. BE IT
FURTHER RtIOLVED that in this acute housing problem alternative
accommodation be found for tenants and that before ejectment order be
given the tenement should be wanted for major general repairs and on
completion be re-occupied by the former tenants if so required.









COLONIAL TREASURER'S REPORT FOR THE YEAR 1951.



Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
30th December, 1952.


Sir,

I have the honour to submit the following Report on the Treasury, Customs,
Port and Excise Department in respect of the year 1951. I regret exceedingly that
this has been so greatly delayed in submission on account of successive adverse
departmental conditions there necessitating continual deferments in preparation
to accord priority to current requirements appearing of greater urgency.

GENERAL.
2. At the opening of the year the General Revenue Balance position, inclusive
of the Colony's Reserve Fund of $96,985, stood at $327,830. A forecast in mid-year
showed, however, that the anticipated operating deficit of $130,603 on the year's-
working would be greatly swollen; in consequence of the Colony's steadily
worsening financial outlook it was therefore decided to apply for Grant-in-aid of
Administration, in pursuance of which all the Colony's investments wre sold,
realising the sum of $197,051.

3. Ordinary Revenue for the year amounted to $1,668,282 as compared with
the estimate of $1,452,828. In addition, C. D. and W. receipts, estimated to yield
$295,452, out-turned to $318,059 and the total revenue for the year, therefore,
inclusive of the extraordinary receipts from the sale of investments mentioned in
the preceding paragraph, aggregated to $2,183,392, showing in comparison with the
total of the preceding year an increase of $399,045.

4. Ordinary Expenditure closed at $1,853,845 while Expenditure on C.D. & W.
Schemes and for Public Works Extraordinary added respectively $334,160 and
$129,056, being $38,708 and $100,656 respectively in excess of the estimates. The
gross expenditure was thus raised to the figure of $2,317,051 which reflects an
increase over the preceding year's total of $397,070.
In consequence, despite the boost of Revenue through the sale of Investments
the operating deficit on the year's working finally rested at $133,669, thereby
reducing the General Revenue Balance as at 31st December, 1951, to the sum of
$97,176 only. .
The following comparative table summaries the position :-
ESTIMATED REVENUE
Local $1,452,828
C/D. and W. 295,452 $1,748,280

ACTUAL REENUE
Local $1,668,282
C.D. and W. 318,059
SALE OF INVESTMENTS 197,051 $2,183,392

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE
Local-Recurrent $1,555,031
Non-Recurrent 28,400
C.D. and W. 295,452 $1,878,883

AcrTAL EXPENDITURE
Local-Recurrent $1,853,845
Non-Recurrent 129,056
C.D. and W. 334,160 $2,317,061

DEFCIT for the year $ 133,669
GEITRRAL RlVEnTUE BALNCZ at 1.1.1951 230,845

E~-iPLs at 1S.12.1951 S 97,176







5. The main items responsible for the improvement in the final out-turn of
local revenue are hereunder tabulated with details of the amounts realized and the
several increases :
Amount Realised Increase

HEAD R 1 Import Duties $632,217 $138,217
2 Export Duties 155,742 27,742
Other Duties 36,508 9,808
6 Taxes:
Income T4x 241,498 29,498
Land & House Tax 31,388 1,388
Other 18,177 3,177
7 Harbour Dues 14,545 895
8 Other fees of Court &c. 145,622 4,045
9 Post Office 71,737 10,524
11B Refunds of Loans 3,621 1,817
11C Sale of Investments 197,051 197,051

Shortfalls however occurred in other respects, the chief of which were:
Amount realized Decrease
HEAD R 3 Excise Duties $164,841 $ 5,159
5 Licences 32,469 2,281
10 Electricity,
Telephones, 96,927 2,425
Refrigeration
12 Sales and Leases of Crown
Lands 5,864 1,594

6. With respect to Expenditure only Seven Heads reflected decreases; in
every other instance with one exception excesses over the approved amounts were
recorded, the additional expenditure being in some cases of considerable size. The
subjoined table sets out the position in detail:-

Increase Decrease
$ $ $
E 1 Governor 10,119 1,680 -
2 Legislature 12,163 997
3 Administration 63,806 9,833
4 Agriculture 61,237 3,268
5 Audit 11,892 307
6 Central Housing Authority 4,000 -
6A Central Road Authority 18.i,098 81,638 -
6B Central Water Authority 10,458 596
7 Charitable 17,273 757
9 Education 253,895 19,610
10 Electricity 73,657 2,069
11 Judicial 29,282 2,757
12 Labour 7,443 885
13 Lands & Survey 23,247 4,786
14 Legal 7.278 694
15 Medical 321,292 30,585
16 Miscellaneous 101,044 64,192
17 Pensions 50,995 7,566
18 Police 130,963 12,622
19 Port & Marine 27,296 385
20 Post Office 41,552 3,593
21 Prisons 55,081 7,703
22 Public Debt 59,626 1,382
23 Public Library 6,342 507
24 P.W. Dept. 57,558 1,514
25 P.W. Recurrent 84,402 37,382
26 P.W. Extraordinary 129,056 100,656
28 Subventions 36,878 13,290
29 Supply Control 15,460 1,153
30 Telephones 21,044 3,687
31 Treasury 72,468 2,175

7. The Public Debt at 31st December, 1950 had stood at the figure of $576,903
and repayments in reduction totalling $21,045 had been effected during the year
under review. Local Debenture Stock of the value of $57,600 was, however, issued









during the year for Rural Water Supply pizrpoes ad. thi figure o. tptW PubB
Debt at the close of the year was in consequence raised to the sum of $618,146
subdivided as foldws :
Local Debentures $40,848
Colonial Development Fund 17,748
Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes 19,562
Crown Agents Intercolonial 145,305 $618,48.

The Debt per capital in 1950 was $8.50, calculated on a population figure a
68,000. In 1951, on a population figure of 74,000 the proportion was $8.9.
The accumulated ftnhds for redemption amounted at the close of the yeaw t
$192,779 so that the net Public Debt as at that date totalled $420,679. Included St
this total are sums of $480 and $3,964 on account of amounts due by the KingstOw
Board (for Water Supply Loan) and the St. Vincent Co-operative ArroW0eg
Association (for C.D.F. Loan) respectively, for which the General Revenue of th
Colony is responsible only in the event of default by either of these Bodies.

8. SAVINGS BANK.
At 31st December, 1951, the total number of depositors was 2,937. This shows
an increase over the previous year of 207. The aggregate of invested funds and
funds on loan likewise rose above the preceding year's figure of $451,026 to the
total of $509,304. The rate of interest was continued at 21/2% and a sum of $11,952
was credited to depositors accounts for interest due at 31st December while a total
of $181 was paid out on accounts closed during the year. Deposits and WithdraWals
during the course of the year almost paralleled at $206,246 and $221,228 respectively
and interest accruing from Investments fell slightly from $14,406 to $13,974.
An analysis of the five-year period 1946-1950 indicates that the average rate
of deposit per depositor was $81.09 and of withdrawal $77.53. Inclusive of 1951 the
rates fell respectively to $79.02 and $77.11 while in respect of 1951 itself the
corresponding figures are $70.22 and $75.32
The following table sets out th position iin comparison :
Year No. df DIepsitors Deposis Withdrawals
146 2,323 $183,730 $153,322
1947 2,455 162,082 169,920
1948 2,440 225,639 182,359
1949 2,54 2,699, 223,785
1950 2,730 213,00 239,830
1951 2,937 206,246 221,228
and subtended herewith are the Income and Expenditure A/c, Reserve A/c and
Balance Sheet in respect of the year under review :
INCOME AND EXPUND rRE ACCOUNT.
To Interest: By Interest from Investments $18,974
On closed accounts $ 181
CapitaRBed 11,952 $12,133 Sale of Pass Books 8

Management
Expenses 1,000
Reserve A/c 844

$13,977 $13,977

RBERS B ACCODUNT.
To Depreciation aC Ivertments $48,052 By Balance $ 674
Income and Expenditure
A/c 844
Balance 46,534

$48,052 $48,052

BALANCE SHEEr.
DEPosrrs $509,071 SECURITInE $499,704
LoAN 9,600
Over-expenditure 46,767 RESERVE A/c 46,534

$555,838 $555,838









The depreciation of investments resulted in there being a contingent liability
on General Revenue to depositors of $46,534 as at the close of the year but, through.
an inadvertent instruction, there was over-investment on account of the Fund of
practically equivalent amount and the following summary illustrates the position
finally :
Amount of Depositors' A/cs $509,071
LEss Reserve A/c 46,534 $468,537

SAVINGS BANK FUND.
Securities $499,704
Loan 9,600

$609,804
LESs Over-expenditure 46,767 $462,537.


CUSTOMS.
9. The total amount of Imports and Exports which was $7,816,388 in 1951
exceeded the 1950 total by $1,745,009. Bullion and specie were not exported during
the year under review. The tabular statement hereunder gives the statistics of
Imports, Exports and total Trade over the last seven years :
Year Imports Exports Total Trade

1944 2,033,925 980,962 3,014,957
1945 1,835,275 924,931 2,760,206
1946 2,162,386 1,037,054 3,199,440
1947 3,374.674 1,126,306 4,500,980
1948 2,992,524 1,868,456 4,860,980
1949 3,158,309 2,134,789 5,293,089
1950 3,926,755 2,144,624 6,071,379
1951 4,492,858 3,323,530 7,816,388

10. EXCISE BRANCH.
The output of Rum from Mount Bentinck Distillery which was the only one
operated during the year was 50291.9 proof gallons as compared with 48310.7 proof
gallons in 1950 an increase of 6981.2 proof gallons.
The quantity of rum for home consumption on which excise duty was paid was
46507.6 proof gallons as compared with 40488.8 proof gallons during the previous
year, an increase of 6018.8 proof gallons.
NNo Rum was exported during the year.

11. SHIPPING.
277 Steam Vessels of a total net tonnage of 556857 tons entered at the port of
Kingstown during the year of which 149 totalling 326963 tons were of British
Registry and 128 totalling 229894 tons were Foreign.
254 Steam Vessels of a total net tonnage of 540710 tons cleared from the Port
of Kingstown during the year, 135 totalling 303040 being of British Registry and
119 totalling 237670 tons of Foreign Registry.
329 Sailing Vessels of British Registry and of a total net tonnage of 14507 tons.
entered at the Ports in the Colony during the year.
314 Sailing Vessels of British Registry totalling 13864 tons cleared from Ports
in the colony during the year.
1 Auxiliary Sailing Vessel and 1 Sailing Vessel totalling 43 tons were registered
at this Port during the year.
British Guiana Airways (St. Vincent Contract) Plane made 298 landings and:
took off as many times during 1951.

I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,

V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.
His Honour
The Administrator,
Government Office.







APPENDICES.



Appendix I Statement of Assets and Liabilities

Appendix II Annual Abstract

Appendix III Details of Revenue

Appendix IV Details of Expenditure

Appendix V Advances in Anticipation of New Loan

Appendix VI Authorised Advances

Appendix VII Investment

Appendix VIII Outstanding Loans

Appendix IX Deposits (Excluding Special Funds)

Appendix X Deposits, Special Funds

Appendix XI General Deposits

Appendix XII Loan Expenditure

Appendix XIII Public Debt

Appendix XIV Savings Bank

Appendix XV Colonial Development and Welfare Transactions







Statement of the Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of Saint Vincent as at 31st December, 195!.
-- - - 1 -- -i-i


LAST YEAR

$ c.
1,152,237 00
























































327,830 00


I -


LIABILITIES,


DEPOSITS:-
Special Funds :
Bequests:-
Graham
Simmons

Depreciation :-
Cotton Factory
Electric Light Plant
Motor Launch
Refrigeration Plant

Prize:-
Bain Gray
Lady Musgrave

Reserve (Loans):-
C. D. F. for Housing
Kingstown Board Water Supply
Land Settlement
Lowmans/Biabou Water Supply

Sugar Industry:-
Stabilisation
Rehabilitation
Labour Welfare

Town:-
Barrouallie
Calliaqua
Chateaubelair
Georgetown
Kingstown
Layou

Other Funds:-
Cotton Growers Association
Electricity Generating Unit Loan
Hayward X-Ray
Home
Permanent Investment Eruption
Public Purposes Loan
West Indies University

Other Deposits:-
Controller of Supplies
C.D. & W. Schemes Advances
Cotton Working
Savings Bank

Other than Special Funds:-
Windward Is. Administration-
Grenada
Camden Park Livestock Revolving Fd.
Sundry Deposits

Overdrafts:-
Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fund

Surplus:-
General Revenue Balance


$ c.



15,152 72
725 10


281
17,314
1,026
11,539


934 70
388 90


12,893
480
16,893
4,895


11,777
9,407
1,046


749 30
1,151 83
142 10
1,134 40
1,744 69
121 39


3,226 10
122 16
163 02
2,969 08
56,356 32
18 66
3,228 28


9,980
52,054
32,199
462,536


*Includes Colony's Reserve Fund the investments for
which have been sold out during the year under review.


GENERAL REVENUE BALANCE.


Balance as at 1st January, 1951


$ .0


15,877 82





30,161 72



1,323 60





35,162 88




22,231 59


5,043 71


66,083 62


$ c.


556,771 08 732,656 02


99,830 41
1,956 81
107,333 57


230,844 70


Revenue to 31st December, 1951 2,183,392 45

Expenditure to 31st December, 1951 2,317,060 98


Loss Deficit as at 31st December, 1951

Balance as at 31st December, 1951


133,668 53

97,176 17


209,120 79

941,776 81
91,200 00


97,176 17


i I I


LAST YEAR

$ c.
?06,283 00









301,950 00


971,834 00 INVESTMENTS-


ASSETS.


CASH:-
Treasury and Sub-Treasuries

Barclays Bank-
Deposit
Current

Crown Agents-
Current
Drafts and Remittances Intransit

Advances-
Authorised
Post Office
Rural Water Supply

Towns-
Port Elizabeth

Windward Is. Administrations-
Dominica
St. Lucia


Quoted- NOMINAL VAL 7R

Bain Gray Prize Fund .1. 1,062 14
C1 D. F. Loan for Housing ... 14,15L 44
Electric Light Plant Depreciation ... 19,168 74
Home Fund ... 3,432 56
Lbwmans/Biabou Water Supply ... 5,088 :32
Ltnd Settlement Purposes ... 17,245 98
Lkdy Musgrave Prize Fund ... 442 76
Permanent Iunvstminet Eruption FuInd ... 6,891 78
R-frigeratlion Plat Deprcci;ation Fund 13,090 00
Savings Bank ... 554,714 06


695.287 78
LESS Depreciation ...



Crown Agents Joint Miscellaneous Fund -
Sigar Industry-
Stabilisation ... 3,244 96
Rehabilitation ... 2.591 68
Labour Welfare ... 1,301 30

Lo3al-
St. Vincent Gov't Savings Bank-
Cotton Factory Depreciation ... 281 84
Motor Launch ,, ... 1,026 06
Simmons Bequest ... 147 12

Central. Housing and Planning
Authority
Govt. of St. Lucia for Fire Relief





NOTES:-
1. At 31st December, 1951, the Public Debt (not recorded in
the above Liabilities) amounted to $613,458.30. This figure
includes the sums of $480.00 and $3,963.70 for the Kingstown
Board Water Supply Loan, 1930 and C. D. F. Loan to the
Co-operative Arrowroot Association respectively. General
Revenue is only responsible for these in case of default.
2. The accumulated funds for redemption of the Debt are
$192,778.80 as at 31st December, 1951.
3. At ihe same date a sum of $63,850.00 (not recorded in the
above Assets) was due to this Colony by H. M. Government
for re-imbursement of C. D. & W. Schemes expenditure.
4. And loans from General Revenue repayable to the Colony
amounted to $17,252.02.

V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
29th April, 1952.


26,225


20,861 01


1,290 94
505 98


3 43
20,857 58













976 40
5,396 94


648 17


$ c.









48,883 20


6,373 34 379,446 62


MARKET Vi.LUE

982 48
14,165 46
19,086( 30
3.175 12
.5,195 56
17,827 66
40(.) 56
(;0,00( 0(o
13,o((;3 -)
547,755 94


681,661 58
58.031 38

623,630 20





7,137 94





1,455 02


9.o00 00
60,000C 00


701,823 16
























1,130,152 98


- -- ---3-- -- -


318,231
46,279
7,914


A ,


1.480,067 00


1,130,152 98


1,480,067 00
|. T










APPENDIX II.

SAINT VINCENT ANNUAL ABSTRACT ACCOUNT, 1951.


STATEMENT SHEWING THE TOTAL RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS DURING THE


YEAR 1951.


R ECEI PTs.


1. Inport Duties
2. Export Dutis
3. Excise Duties
4. Other Duties
5. Licences
6. Tixes
7. I-arbour Dues
8. Other Fees of Conrt etc.
9. Post O:lice
10. klectriciby, Telephone & R.frigeration:
11. Rent and Lute're:t
12. Sale of Crown Lands

Total Ordinary Revenue


EXTRAORDINARY.

11B. Loans an I A lvances, Repayin ii ts
110. Transfer of Colo):y Fnnds t ) Rvenun
13. C'!onial Developnent & Welfare

















Total R v cnu carried forward


Estimated
Receipts.


$
494,000
128,000
170,000
26,700
34,750
257,000
13,650
141,577
61,213
99,352
17.324
7,458

1,451,024


.. 1,804 00
... ... 295,45. .00
... 295,452 00


Actual
Receipts.

$
632,216
155,742
164,840
36,508
32,468
291,063
14.544
145,621
71,736
96,927
17,125
5,864


More than
Estimate.

$ c
138,216 9
27,742 1

9,808 1

34,063 4
894 9
4,044
10,523


001,664,660 75 225,294


3,621
197,051
318,059


...jI748,280 002,183,392 45
... 1,748,280 00!2,183,392 45


1,817
197,051
22,607


Less than
Estimate.


$ c.


5,159

2,281




2,424
198
1,593


14


40 11,657 65


| 446,770 101 11,657 651

435,112 45


PAYMENTS.


1. Governor
2. Legislature
3. Administration
4. Agriculture
5. Audit
6. Central Hoising Authority
6A. Central, Road Authority
6B. Central Water Authority
7.- Charitable
9. Educate on
10. Electricity
11. Judicial
12. Labpur
13. Lands and Survey
14. Legal
15. Medical
16. Misc.llaneous
17. Pensions
18. Police
19. Port and. Marine
20. Post OrAice
21. Prisons
22. Public Debt
23. Public Library
24. Public Works Department
25. Public Works Recurrent
28. Subventions
29. Supply Control
30. Telephones
31. Treasury


Total Ordinary Expenditure


EXTRAORDINARY.

8. Colonial Develo ment and Wel fre
26. Public Works 1Extraordinaryv

Total Expenditure carried forw:ird


Estimated
Payments.


$
8,439
13,160
53,973
64.505
11,584
4,000
104,460
11,054
18,030
234,285
71,588
26,525
8,328
18.461
6,584
290,707
36,849
43,430
118,341
26,911
37.959
47,378
61,008
'5,835
59,072
47,020
23,588
14,307
17,357
70,293


1,555,031 0f




295,452 00
28.400 00


Actual
Payments.


$ c.
10,119 19
12,163 25
63,805 68
61,237 36
11,891 42
4,000 00
186,097 7C
10,457 58
17,273 04
253,895 15
73,656 75
29,282 44
7,443 17
23,246 60
7,277 57
321,291 95
101,041 14
50.995 47
130,963 41
27,295 92
41,551 57
55.(81 24
59,626 00
6,341 58
57,557 96
84,401 79
36,877 74
15,460 06
21,044 41
72,467 71

1,853,844 85



:34,160 34
129,055 7!-


More than
Estimate.


$
1,680

9,832

307


81,637 7(1


19,610
2,068
2,757

4,785
693
30,584
64 192
7,565
12,622
384
3,592
7,703

506


37,381 79
13,289 74
1,153 06
3,687 41
2,174 71

308,212 49




38,708 34
100, .55 79


Less than
Estimate.


$ .


996 75

3,267 (:4



596 42
756 il0



884 83








1,382 00

1,514 01





9,398 64


.11,878,883 o00o-,317,0(0 98 447,576 621 9,398 (C4
438,177 98


---- -- I


I


-


- --


I------- r>.i^------ .---i











R( EII PIS.


Brought forward

Authorized Advances ...
Bain Gray Prize Fund ...
Barrouallie, Town of ...
Calliaqua, Town of ...
Camden Park Livestock Revol v-
ing Fun ...
Colony's Reserve Fund
Clateaubelair, Town of
Colonial Development and
Welfare Schemes Advances ...
Controller of Supplies, Trading ...
Cotton Factory Depreciation
Fun ...
Cotton Working Account ...
Cotton Growers Association
Account ...












Dosmiuica, Gover!Iment ot ..


Electric Lights Plant Depreci-
ation Fumnd
(Georgetown, TowI of
(Grahumn HIequest Fun1 .
Grenada, Government of .
Homi Funld
IIydro-Electric Scheme Loamn
Fund ..
Inprests
Investments
IKingstow,', v. '
L t on, T ,I'"> ..
L. ins


$ C,


220,

1,
1,

3,
96,
1,

84,
777,

4,
450,

2,


943
31
846
648

943
985
804

552
708

758
297

961












129


4,294
3,078
639
32,446
154

34
359,521
336,542
53.105
2,031
38,074


Estimated
Receipts.


$ c.


82
88
95
11

61
22 DR.
40

58 DR.
72

24
74

48












78



28
08
88
55
44

66
98
34
11
42
94 DR.


Actual
Receipts.


$ c.
2,183,392 45


More than
Estimate.


5 c.


Less than
Estimate.


$ c.


_ I_ ~ ~ C ___ __I.


PAYMENT rs.


Brought forward

Authorised Advances ...
Bain Gray Prize Fund ...
Barrouallie, Town of ...
Calliaqna, Town of ...
Camden Park Livestock Revol-
ving Fund ...
Colony's Reserve Fund ...
Chateaubelair. Town of ...
Colonial Development and
Welfare Schemes Advances..
Controller of Supplies, Trading
Cotton Factory Depreciation
Fun! ...
Cotton Working Account ...
Cotton Growers Association
Account ...
C. D. F. Loans for:-
Co-operative Arrowroot
Association
Roads
Housing ...
Ice and Cold Storage ...
Public Health
Syrup Industry ...
C.D. and W. Loans for:-
Union Estate, Bequia ...
Camden Park Estate
Land Settlement, Canouan
Dominica, Government of ...
Debenture Holders for:-
Rural Water Supply Loan
Eh-ctric Lights Plant Depreci-
ation Fund ...
Georgetown, Town of ...
Griiiam Bequest Fnd ...
Grena hi, Government of
Home Fund
TIydro-Electric Scheme Loan
Fund ...
Imprests
Ii vestm tiitts
lKi'g town, Town of
Liyom, Town (f
L[,an" .


$ c.


270,334
111
1,888
2,539

1,986

1,847


782,488

28,945
452,936

2,961


10,821
2,783
2,761
3,489
631
407

194
880
345
1,281

57,600

2,204
2,899
15,784
1,582
360

34
359,521
91,703
61,371
2.556
1,520


Estimated
Payments.


S c.


Actual
Payments.


2c.
2,317,060 98


More than
Estimate.


c.


Less than
IEstimate.


5 c.


_ --i---- 1 r













Motor Launch Depreciation
Fund ...
Musgrave Prize Fund ...
Port Elizabeth, Tcwn of ...
Post Office Account ...
Public Property Insurance
Fund ...
Refrigeration Plant Depreci-
ation Fund ...
Rural Water Supply Loan
Fund ...
Reserve Fund for:-
C. D. F. Loan for Housing ...
Land Settlement Loan, 1932 ...
LowmansiBiabon Water
Supply Loan, 1934 ...
Sinking Funds for :-
Electric Light Loan, 1929/31 ...
Electricity Generating Unit
Loan, 1939 ...
Hydro-Electric Loan, 1949 ...
Public Purposes Loan, 1937 ...
Telephone Loan, 1938
SWater Supply Loan, 1949 ...
Savings Bank Account ...
Do. Loan Account
Do. Sale of Pass Books ...

Simmons Bequest Fund ...
St. Lucia, Government of ...
Sugar Industry Funds:-
Price Stabilisation ...
Rehabilitation ...
Labour Welfare ...
Sundry Deposits
West Indies University
Scholarship Fund ...
Joint Colonial Fund ...


Balance as at 1st January, 1951,
Forward


25 0O
6 64
2,064 3K
97,357 4(

23,726 2(

1,559 5(

58,303 36

1,865 42
6,519 22

145 64

7,231 58

1,031 06
3,400 32
3,773 96
561 80
3,400 32
220,220 24
4,800 00
3 84

3 56
2,699 05

5,317 42
4,247 29
1,410 32
685,569 19

2.028 28
672,000 00


Brought


Total


3,800,329 5

5,983,721 80

57,483 33


6,041,205 13


Motor Launch Depreciation
Fund
Musgr.tve Prize Fund
Port Elizabeth, Town of
Post Office Account
Permanent Investment Erup-
lion Fun ...
Refrigeration Plant Depreci-
ation Fund ...
Rural Water Supply Loan
Fund ...
Reserve Funds for:-
(I. D. F. Loan for Housing ...
Land Settlement Loan, 1932
Lowinsns/Biabou Water
Supply Loan, 1934
Sinking Funds for:-


Public Purposes Loan, 1937


Savings Bank Account


Do. Interest ...

St. Lucia, Government of ...
Sngar Industry Funds:-


Labour Welfare ...
Sundry Deposits


Joint Colonial Fund


Balance as at 31st December, 19
Forward


27
2,682
110,527

63,643

2,133

72,965

1,490
6,062


467 02


270,280 49


181

28,653


2,954 36
635,517 45


432,000 00


51, Carried


Total


3,675,260 95

5,992,321 93

48,883 20


6,041,205 13


TREASURY CHAMBIRB,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
29th May, 1962.


tq


0?


oRo 00


-- 0 0


V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial reuaurer.


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APPENDIX III.

DTAUA D S 1AIMMW T BVE NUE UNDR SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAIl :2:.

Original Actual Over the Under the
Head. and; Subheads. Estimate Revenue Estimate Estimate
$ $ < $ $


Import Duties.
Import Duties
Trade Duty on Imported Liquor
Warehouse Rent


i2. Export Duties.
1. Expert Duties


R3. Excise Duties.
1. Excise Duty on Rum
2. Trade Duty on locally distilled liquor



R4. Other Duties.
1. Estate Duties etc
2. Stamp Duties
3. Ticket Duty



R5. Licences.
1. Banks
2. Bonding Warehouses
3. Cocoa, Cotton etc Dealers
4. Fire Arms
5. General Licences
6. Insurance Companies
7. Liquor Licences
8. Motor Vehicles and Driver's Permits
9. Stills



R6. Taxes.
1. Entertainment Tax
2. Inerme Tax
3. Land and House Tax
4. Package Tax



R7. Harbour Dues
1. Landing Dues-Aircraft
2. Port Dues
3. Tonnage Dues



RS. Other Fees of Court &c.
1. Private Work, etc., Printery
2. 3Sl of Gazette, etc
3. Sale cf St. Vincent Information Service
3(a). Adve:rise-aents, in Local Press etc


475,000
14,000
5,000


579,111-77
49,479-21
3,626-00


104,111-77
35,479-21


1,374-00


494,000. 632,291898 139,~90-98. r,374p00;:


128,000 i155,742-1l 27,742-18



130,000 145,255-40 15,255-40
40,000 19,585-46 20 414-54

170.000 164,840-6 i 15,255-40 20,414-54


8,700 11,967-90 3,267-90
15,000 19,334-76 4,334-7n
3,000 5,205-50 2,205-50

26,700 36.508-13 9.808'16


480 480-00
34 14-40 40
200 201-60 1-60
800 756-60 43-40
5,360 6,408-32 1,408-32
800 792-00 8-00
30.000 9,470-64 529-36
1'I.0O0 14,772-48 2,227-52
S6 52-80 43-20

34,70 32,468-84 1.410-32 3,331-48


3,000 3,574-18 574-18
212,000 241,498-16 29,498-16
30,000 31,388-06 1,388-06
12,000 14,603-06 2,603-06 "

257,000 291,063-46 34,063-46


650 120-00 530-00
3,000 3,111-00 111-00
10,000 11,313-91 1,313-91

13,650 14,544-91 1,424 91 530:00.


800 156-65 643-35.
800 348-45 451-58:
150 79-14 70-86
39-20 39-20


Other Pees of Court &c


39-20


1,750


623-41


1,165-79







DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1951.


Original Actual Over the Under the
Heads and Subheads. Estimate Revenue Estimate Estimate
$ $ $ i $


R8 Other Fc s of Court &c B/Fd 1,750 623-41 39-20 1,165-79

4. Contribution to Revenue-Services to Gov-
ernment Cotton Ginnery 3,600 3,600-00
5. Sale of Plants etc Botanic Gardens 400 751-85 31:85
6. Stud Fees, Districts 200 420-10 220-16
7. Fees, Cambridge and L.M. Exams 45 28-80 16-20
8. Grammar School Receipts 10,000 8,550-72 1,449-28
9. Girls High School Receipts 9,200 8,090-56 1,109-44
10. K/town Prep. School Receipts 2,250 1,875-50 374-50
11. Sale of Text books 720 333-58 386-42
12. Fees, Registrar Supreme Court 2,800 3,001-62 201-62
13. Fines and Forfeitures of Court 7,000 10,117-73 3,117-73
14. Contribution from K/town Board for Sani-
Station 1,920 1,920-00
15. Dispensary Fees 850 1,197-50 347..-
16. Fees from Student Dispensers 48 52.80 4-80
17. Hospital Fees 3,500 4,916-36 1,416-36
18. Laboratory Fees 2,000 2,009-00
19. Mental Hospital Industries 48 65-00 17-00
20. Pers. Fees, Physician Col. Hos. 1,000 1,265-24 265-24
21. Do. Resident Surgeon 2,000 2,225-52 225-52
22. Sale of Medical Stores 150 111-03 38-97
23. Sanitary Inspectors Exam. Fees 150 150-00
24. X-Ray Fees 300 311-24 11-24
24(a). Fees, Visiting Eye Specialist 1,213-00 1,213-00
25. Com. on T'dad Currency Notes 240 379-40 139-40
26. Contrib. from K/town Board towards ex-
penses C. W. Authority 5,000 5,600-00 600-00
27. Fees for Recruiting of workers 60 12-60 47-40
28. Pensions Contrib. to C. K. Robinson 322 540-00 218-00
28(a). A. L. Dopwell 548-95 548-9q
29. Sale of Old Stores 300 406-93 196-9P
30. Sundries 800 2,021-57 1,221-57
31. Sundry Reimbursements 1,250 5,041-42 3,791-4r
32. Surplus Income of Cr Agents
Office accounts 1,000 1,581-52 581-52
33. Water Service Private 2,16f0 88353 1,276047
34. Water Service General 1,595 1,595-00
35. Contrib from K/town Board for Firemen 192 192-0n
36. Fees for Inspection of wts & measures 340 339-90 10
36(a). Cost of Spectacles 15-00 15-00
37. Fees for Visits to Private Warehouses 50 118-32 68-32
38. Fees Registrar Shipping 90 77-40 12-60
39. Pers. Fees, Revenue Officers 4,000 5,371-0C 1,371-0O
40. Fibre Industry 1,000
41. Prison Industries 18,25f 19,543-3, 1,293-85
42. Stone Crushing Plant 5,000 3,275-65
43. Stone Quarrying, Ottley Hall 2,000 22-95
(44). Co operative Arrowroot Assc. refund of an-
nuity for repayment of Loan 11,562 11,561-06 94
(45). Contrib. from K/Board towards upkeep of
Public Library 600 600-on
(46). Fines for Books 10 47-74 37-74
47. Cemetery Fees 80 117-50 37-.5
47(a).: ire of Crash Launch 947-00 947-00
48. Fees for hire of motor Rollers 32 145-69 115-00
49. OthL'r Receipts P.W.D. 1,200 798-97 401-08
50. Sale of Unallocated S -ores 4,000 2,790-3 1,209-34
51. Contribution to Revenue 15,000 15,000-00
52. Reimbursement of Cost of Operatuig 14,307 15,441-. 1,134-0:
53. Accounts, K/town Board 288 400-03 112-00
54. Savings Bank, reimbursement of Cost of
Operating 1,000 1,000-00

141,657 145,583-80 19,861-03 11,233-48







DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE INDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1951.


Original Actual Over the Under the
Heads and Subheads. Estimate Revenue Estimate Estimate
$ S 4 $ i $


R9 Post Ofice.
1. Commission
2. Gain on Remittances
3. Miscellaneous
4. Parcel Postage
5. Poundage
6. Rent of Letter Boxes
7. Sale of Postage Stamps
8. Surcharged Postage


R10 Elec, Telephone, Refrig.
1. Current supplied Refrig. Station
2. Fees for Hire of Truck
3. Government Installations
4. Other Receipts Elect. Dept.
5. Power Supplies
6. Private Consumers
6(a). Hire of Electrical fittings
7. Sale of Unallocated Stores
8. Street Lighting
9. Fees for Messages
10. Fees for Public Address System
11. Fees for Radio Telephone Messages
12. Rental Govt. Telephones
13. Rental Private Telephones
14. Ice Sales
15. Storage Receipts


R11. Rent & Interest.
1. Rental Quarantine Station
2. Rental Other Govt. Property
3. Interest on Loan & Advances Calliaqua
4. Chateaubelair
5. Kingstown
6. Interest on Investments of Public Funds


R11b Loans & Advances.
1. Kingstown Board for Fire Brigade
2. Reconstruction of Streets
3. Town of Calliaqua
4. Chateaubelair
5. Agric. Credit Societies



R.11c. Transfer of Special Funds.
1. Transfer from Eruption Fund
2. Graham Bequest Fund
3. Public Property Insurance Fund
4. Colony's Reserve Fund


R.12. Sales of Crown Lands.
1. Lease of Lands from W. Jackson
2. Sales of 7oi~st Produce
3. Sales & Lo.s3 of Crown Lands
4. Sales &c U-.'ion Estate Bequia
5. Thr:e Rivers Estate


800
1,000
40
1,000
100
183
58,000
90


883-32
1,293-35
35-40
2,443-06
142-18
179-70
66,737-70
82-20


23-32
293-35

1,443-06
42-18

8,737-70


61,213 71,736-91 10,539-61 15-70

9,600 7,325-52 2,274-48
90 23-90 66-10
7,920 7,223-58 696-42
350 1,656-04 1,306-04
2,000 3,173-51 1,173-51
36,000 38,858-05 2,858-05
1-50 1-50
1,200 1,123-81 76-19
3,324 3,324-00
40 28-18 11-82
60 69-90 9-90
200 162-94 37-06
6,568 7,560-92 992-92
11,000 8,889-13 2,110-87
20,000 19,267-84 732-16
1,000 1,562-55 562-55

99,352 96,927-37 6,904-47 9,329-10

410 478-76 68-76
4,150 2,744-78 1,405-22
5 5-88 88
15 15-84 84
244 244-10 10
12,500 13,635-79 1,135-79

17,324 17,125-15 1,206-37 1,405-22

720 720-56 56
939 939-04 04
42 42-00 -
103 103-23 23
1,816-40 1,816-40

1,804 3,621-23 1,817-23


60,000-00 60,000-00
14,400-00 14,400-00
25,665-90 25,665-90
96,985-22 96,985-22


303
255
6,000
100
800


197,C51-12


948-09
4,714-53

201-51


197,051-12


693-00


7,458 5,381,13 I___ 2,2886-9


303-00

1,285-47
100-00
598-49







1'E-TALED STATEMENT 6O PVENT NIE thDEl 8tEfi nb Fi'i'tfi YEAR 10 i.


Heads and Subheads.



R.13. C. D. & W.
Scheme D 13 B (h)
1. Construction of Experimental Walls
Scheme D 425
2. Kingstown Improvements
Scheme D 451 A
3. Soil Conservation, Supplementary
Scheme D457
4. Land Settlement & Development
Scheme D 587
5. Agricultural Staff
Scheme D 662
6. Fishery Staff
Scheme D 662
6a. Local Receipts
Scheme D 13 A (aa)
6b. Additional Equipment
Scheme D720
8. Education Officer
Scheme D 991
8. Hospital Service
Scheme D 1003
9. Cocoa Nursery
Scheme D 1004
10. Teacher Training
Scheme D 1088
11. Veterinary Officer
12. Local Receipts
Scheme D 1108 (84)
13. Training San Inspectors
Scheme D 1108 (85)
14. Training Public Health Nurses
Scheme D 1282
15. Public Health Engineering Unit
Scheme D 1303
16. Salt industry G/dines
17. Local Receipts
Scheme D 1399
18. Public Relations & Local Govt
Scheme D 1400
19. Children Home
Scheme D 1427
20. Public Health Improvements
Scheme D 1466
21. Road Construction & Improvement
Scheme D 1544
22. Books & Equipment for Primary Schools
Scheme D 586
23. Camden Park Experiment Station
24. Local Receipts
Scheme D 719
25. Central Housing & Planning Authority
Scheme D 1141
26. Housing & Slum Clearance
Scheme D67
27. Provision of Airfield
Scheme D 1306
27a. Crash Launch Service
ce:me D 419
28. School building Programme
Scheme D 1091
29. Sea-land Air Service
Scheme D 1108 (82)

C.D. & W. C'd F


Estimate
Original
$


1,087

6,500

7,440

14,500

32,253

4,744





6,701

48,000

7,168

1,258

11,609
5

2,154

1,794

6,201

2,443
5

7,723

5,109

3,264

32,000

2,592

77,166
4,500

8,286

1,000


'd 295,452


Actual
Revenue
S $


6,126-44

4,983-09

2,451-20

30,871-98

2,857-64

72-96

72-00

5,906-56

47,760-00

4,679-00

1,055-86

10,092-74


2,626-72

2,640-00

5,912-22

2,923-86


9,070-71

3,'T6820

11,612-43

38,967-23

567-56


Over the
Estimate
$


72-96

72-00


-!








472-72

846-00



480-86


1,347-71



8,348-43

6,967-23


Under the
Estimate
$ 0


*OS7

378356



12,048-80

1,381*02

1,886-36





794-44

240-00

2,489-00

202-14

1,516-26
5*00-





288-78


5.00



1,340-80


2,024-44


69,600- 7,566-00
9,917-49 5,417-49

3,457-Cn 4,828-40

1,000-00




1,573-07 1,573-07

26,418-85 26,41883:


C53,-;331 j 52,C17-32 41,483.91


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







DIAILED S'PIIT W R VEINU UNDER SUDBHADS FOR THE YEAR 1951.


Original
Heads and Subheads. Estimate
$


J13. C.D. & W. B't Fd. 295,452

O. Refresher Course in BandcratB
Scheme D 360
81. Engineering Staff P.W.D.
Scheme D 433
31a. Rural Hospitals & Dispensaries
Scheme R 166
31b. Granite Edge Runner Mills
Scheme D 1108 (16)
32. Training M.O. in Jamaica
Scheme D 546 & A
32a. Medical Buildings Grenadines
Scheme D 13 C (ae)
32b. Portable Gramophone
Scheme D 200 A (e)
33. Visit of Labour Commissioner to Jamaica
Scheme D 1108 (113)
33a. Training Nurse Priddie in V.D. Control
Scheme D 13 C (j)
33b. Fibre & Mat Making Industry
Scheme D 1108 (114)
34. Training Nurse Comma in V D Oontrol
Scheme D 107 A
34a. Health Centres
Scheme D 2108 (112)
35. Training Inspector of Schools
Scheme D200 (e)
35a. Training Officer in Child Care
Scheme D 200 0 (m)
36. Training C. T. J. Anderson
Scheme D200 C (n)
86a. Training Warder Baynes
Scheme D 200 D (e)
37. Training Forest Ranger Nichols
Scheme D 201 A (o)
37a. Labour Recruitment Conference
Scheme D 463
38. Equipment for Medical Labs
Scheme D 1527
39. Pilot Scheme for Black Fish Industry
Schem3 D 200 D (g)
40. Course in Physical Training
Scheme D 270
41. Social Welfare Staff
Scheme D 1317
42. Air Survey
Scheme D 462
43. Cocoa Nursery

295,452


305,985-41

328-60

1,540-78

240-00

102-79

327-96

192-00

10-27

Dr. 18-00

449-76

1*20

416-78

179-80

479-65

38-40

187-20

13-48

151-52

433-45

22F

3,360-00

120-00

346-52

3,043-88

127-70

318,059-35


A. L. DOPWELL,
Ag. Colonial Treac.srcr.
11 Feb. 1953.


52.017Ci.3

328-60

1,540-76

240-00

102-79

327-96

192-00

10-27

18-00

449-76

1-20

416-78

179-80

479-65

38-40

187-20

13-48

151-52

433-45

22

3,360-00

120-00

346-52

3,043-83

127-10

64,091-23


Under the
Estimate
$


41,483-91















Dr.
































41,483-91


----~-



















APPENDIX IV.

DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1951.


Heads and Subheads.


E.1 Governor.
1-10. Personal Emoluments
11. Incidentals
12. Stationery & Flags
13. Travelling



E2. Legislature.
1. Allowance to Members Council
2. Expenses General Elections 1951



E3. Administration.
1-19. Personal Emoluments
20. Contingencies
21. Electric Current
22. Printers Overtime Fees
23. Trav. Allce. Administrator
24. Acting Administrator
24a Asst Administrator
25. Upkeep Printing Office
26. Contingencies
25a. Alice to Administrator
27. Hire of Boat
28. Subs. Allce D.O.S.G.
29. Uniform for Revenue Officer
30. Purchase of Dictaphone
31. Purchase of Typewriter
29a. Trav Allce D.O.S.G.
29b. Maintenance Boat, payment Beat-
man
29c. Installation New Printing Press



E4. Agriculture.
1-21a. Personal Emoluments
22. Books & Periodicals
23. Contingencies
24. Pension contribution to Sierra Le-
one for M. A. G. Hanschell
25. Plants & Seeds
26. Purchase of Typewriter
27. Scientific Apparatus & Chemicals
28. Transport Allowances
29. Labour
30. Supplies
31. Upkeep Donkey & Cart
02. Contribution Cocoa Research
Scheme I.T.C.A.
33. Contribution to Col. Agric. Service
Fund
34. Contribution to Central Plant Qua-
rantine Station
35. Contribution to Central Sugar
Cane Station
36. Contribution to I.C.T.A.


Original
Estimate
$



7,160
60
230
989

8,439


Actual
Expenditure
$ 0(


7,566-93
121-38
308-74
2,122-14

10,119-19


Over the
Estimate
$ 0


406-93
61-38
78-74
1,133-14

1,680-19


Under the
Estimate
$


-o

6,160 5,578-58 581-42
7,000 6,584-67 415-33

13,160 12,163-25 996-75


45,635 51,292-75 5,657-75
150 206-15 56-15
400 427-22 27*22
2,500 4,118-39 1,618-39
644 679-84 35-84
48 4800
60-00 60-00
3,000 4,680-39 1,680-39
150 183-17 33-17
108-00 108-00
380 440-46 60-46
432 499-60 67-60
58 55-42 2-58
350 318-14 31-86
226 219-15 6-85
168-26 168-26

98-74 98-74
250-00 250-00

53,973 63,805-68 9,921-97 89"29


38,000
120
200

942
340
209
100
1,233
2,900
500
90


120
2,059


35,396-15
148-28
66-18


281-40
72
83-30
912-85
2,502-27
457-75
54-62


240-0n
2,209-52.


28-28


120-00
150-52


2,603-85

133-82


942-00
58-60
208-2A
16-70
320-15
397-73
42-25
35-38

29-00

16-00

16-00


Remarks.


E.1 Governor.
S.7W. No. 183, 19P
S.W. No. 186, 198
S.W. No. 186, 198
S.W. No. 186, 198



E.2. Legislature
S.W. No. 179,
S.W. No. 189,



E.3. Administration,
S.W. No. 46, 144, 198
S.W. No. 93, 198
S.W. 198
S.W. 198
S.W. 198

S.W. No. 103,
S.W. No. 102, 198
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 67,
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 50,




S.W. No. 10,
S.W. No. 127,
S.W. No. 168,



E4 Agriculture.
S.W. No. 9, 46,144,
S.W. No. 169,


S.W. Nro. 198
S.W. No. 185, 198


Agriculture C'd F'd 46,874 42,42432 2V8~30 4,8 19~76


!------------'


46,874


42,424-32


4,819-76


298-80


Agriculture


C'd F'd







DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1951.


Original
Estimate
$


Actual
Expenditure
I S


Over the
Estimate
3 t


Under the
Estimate
$ 'I


E4. Agriculture B't F'd

37. Contribution to Imperial Shipping
& Economic Committee
38. Contribution to Rothamsted Expe-
riment Station
39. Contribution to Trop. Forest Exp
Stn Puerto Rico
40. Contribution to Imperial Agric.
Bureau
41. Soufriere Investigations & Obser-
vations
42. Transportation of Employees at
CPES
43. Extension Services
44. Operation & Maintenance Stud
Centres
45. Stockmen Stud Centres
46. Plant & Animal Protection Services
47. Swine Fever Control Measures
48. Transport Allowances
48a. Contingencies
49. Forest Surveys & Demarcations
50. Silvicultural Trials
51. Transport Allowances
52. Uniforms
53. Lease of Lands from W. Jackson
54. Anti erosion Works
55. Anti erosion measures German
Gutter
56. Excess of Forestry Schemes



E5. Audit.
1-9. Personal Enmczi;ments
10. Contingencies
11. Expenses Hoirn Estb. Col. Audit
E'apt
12. Travelling & Subsistence Allow-
ances



E.6. Central Housing Authority.
1. Rehabilitation & Removal Villages


Central Road Authority.
Personal Emoluments
Clearing of River Beds
Maintenance Roads-N.E. District
N.W. "
S.E. "
S S.W. "
Southern
Grenadines
Special Road Services
Storm Damages
Upkeep Bridges, Culverts & Retain-
ing Walls

Central Road Authority C'd F'd


46,87,3


73

6

4

235

120

775
775

2,900
1,558
880
802
3,693
150
100
600
1,856
576
303





G4,505,


10,514
10V

120

850

11,584


298-80


58-1f

5-52


237-17

120-00

834-40
2,469-83

2.406826
1,501-29
495-75
1,571-00
2,481-58
62-78
16-71
467-64
1,754.73
814-58
75-00
1,476-33

158-97
1,875-60

61,237-3f


10,788-1~


144-00

11,89142
11,891-42


2*17



59-40
1,694-88




769-90





238-58

1,476-33

158-97
1,875-60


4,819-73


14-82

48

4*00








493-74
56-71
384-25

1,211-42
87-22
83-29
132.36
101-22

228-00


6,574-63 7,617-27
--------


274-14
2-89

24-00

6-39

307-42


4,000 4,000-00

4,000 4,000-00


120 120-00
1,400 1,489-52 89-52
13,200 16,281-92 3.081-92
14,300 13,707-72 592-28
18,500 23,085-09 4,585-09
12,000 14,686-92 2,686-92

1,440 2,056-39 616-39
5,000 7,911-57 2,911-57
3,000 18,765-63 15,765-63

4,800 6,457-33 1,657-33
7370 14520 1,34 1 922


S.W. No. 60



S.W. No. 171,
S.W. No. 198




S.W. No. 177,





S.W. No. 146, 198

S.W. No. 12,

S.W. No. 14,
S.W. No. 86, 198


E.5. Audit.
S.W. No. 46, 144,
S.W. No. 198

S.W. No. 154,

S.W. No. 198


E6 Central Housing
Authority.



E6A Central Road
Authority

E.W. No. 82,
S.W. No. 82,198

S.W. No. 82,198
S.W. No. 82,198

S.W. No. 63
S.W. No. 82,198
S.W. No. 128, 198

S.W. No. 82, 98


Heads and Subheads.


Remarks.


E6A.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

8.
9.
10.


__I __ ~ __


73,760


104,562-09


31,394-37


592-28


I







DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBBEADS FON THE YBAR 1951.


Heads and Subheads.


E6A Central Road Authority B't F'd

11. Construction of New Bridge at
Three Rivers
12. Construction of New Retaining
Walls
13. Equipment Replacements
14. Reconstruction of Drains
15. Suburban Roads
16. Vigie Highway
17. Tools & Implements
13a. Re-erecting of Bridge at Ashton



E.6B. Central Water Authority.
1-9. Personal Emoluments
10. Emergency Water Supplies S.G.
:1l. Maintenance Other District Sup-
plies
12. Maintenance Southern Area Sys-
tem
13. Upkeep of Ponds Southern Grena-
dines



E7. Charitable.
1-4. Personal Emoluments

5. Contingencies
6. Interment of Paupers
7. Out Door Relief
8. Transport Allowance-P.A. & P.O
9. Relieving
Officer



E.8. Colonial Development & Welfare.






E.9. Education.
1-39. Personal Emoluments
40. Agricultural Equipment
41. Cadet Corps-Uniforms & Equip-
ment
42. Exhibitions
43. Furniture
44. Grant to Games & Library Fund
45. Handwork Materials G.S.
46. Honarium & Expenses Annual
Exams
47. Science Equipment & Materials
48. Secondary School Requisites
49. Upkeep Grounds
50. Playground
51. Domestic Science Equipment

C'd F'd


Original
Estimate
$


73,760


9,600

3,600
2,000
1,500
5,000
8,000
1,000


Actual
Expenditure
-$ 'k


104,562-09


12,929,78

3,195-10
4,152-14
2,011-34
42,413-23
16,002-70
719-20
112-12


Over the
Estimate
$ t


31,39437


3,3297678.


2,152-14
511-34
37,413-23
8,002-70

112-12


Under the

$ 4


6U28


2808I


104,460 186,097-70 82,915-68 1,277*8


5,134 4,104-05 1,029-95
80 100-40 20-40

2.000 2,263-50 263-50

2,400 2,432-31 32-31

1.440 1,560-32 120-32


11,054


10,457-58


_____________________ .4


2,594

200
700
14,000
320

216


18,030


3,637-92

170-33
240-98
12,766-37
298-44

159-00


436-53


1,043-92


I -I. .4


17,273-04


1,029-95


29-67
459-02
1,233-63
21-56

57-00


1,043-92 1,800-88


295,452 334,163-3 38,70-3.3


204,988 228,786-68 23,798-68
50 50-00

300 289-08 10-92
224 115-12 108-88
600 466.09 133-91
300 300-00
144 98-68 45-32

15 10-08 4-92
480 201-08 278-92
350 412-04 62-04
120 39-00 81-00
240 192-00 48-00
192 199-05 7-05

208,003 23,108-90 23,867-77 761-87


d.W.No. 82,191

&W.No. 82,
aw.No. 82,
aw. No. 19i
w.. No. l1
S.W. No. .,
.W. No. 3, 19

aw. Mg,


BMB Cestra Wafr
Autthority.
S.W. No. 46, 47, 14,









E.7 Charitable.
S.W. No. 25, 46, 49,
144,


S.W. No. 2, 4, 5,
16, 23, 35, 39,
40, 44, 46, 56,
69, 74, 77, 79,
81, 100, 110, 144,
150, 164, 178, 175,


E9 Education.
S.W. No. 46, 144,









S.W. No. 198


S.W. No. 198


- -ln~LSII~TI~ICI- I I


_I _ i


:


I







DETAIUED mA'IYM3T OF rEPNDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR


'4-


Heads and Subbteat.


NP. Education B't "d
52. Domestic Science, Cooking as Mar
trials
53. Exhibitions
54. Furniture
55. Honorarium & Expenses Annual
Exams
56. Secondary School Requisites
57. Upkeep of Grounds
58. Honoraria & Expenses External
Exams
59. Materials &c for Commercial Sub-
jects
60. Remuneration to Visiting Teachers
61. Scholarships from Primary to Sec.
Schools
62. Text Books for Secondary Schools
63. Island Scholarship Fund
64. Scholarship to I.C.T.A.
65. in Veterinary Surgery
66. Anti-illiteracy Campaign
67. Bonuses for Teachers
68. Breakfast Centres
69. Cleaning
70. Contingencies
71. Empire Day Celebrations
72. Equipment for Schools
73. Examination Expenses Scholar-
ships
74. Examination Expenses-Teachers
75. Furniture for Schools
76. Housecraft & Handcraft Materials
77. Kingstown Prep. School-Cleaning
78. Lighting
79. Lighting
80. Marketing of Handcraft
81. Registers
82. Repairing Grant to Assisted Schools
83. Rental of School Building
84. Teacher Training Centre
85. Teachers Courses
86. Library
87. Text Books
88. Training Teachers
89. Transport of Candidates Anderson
Cups Competition
90. Transport Allowance Inspector
Schools
91. Transport Expenses Specialist
Teachers
02. Transport Expenses for Teachers
93. Uniform (Messenger)
94. Upkeep Bicycle
95. Evening Classes
96. Housecraft & Handcraft Materials



E.10 Electricity.
1-16. Personal Emoluments
17. Contingencies
18. Depreciation Fund for Plant


Orial Actual Over the
Mhtate Expenditure Estimate
$ $ $


iO0083 83,108-90

144 172-79
224
300 270-88

15 14-40
300 439-37
250 246-87


450

350
370

3,350
960
5,200
1,080
2.650
50
192
1,440
120
50
120
1,500

48
200
1,000
580
9R
12
20
200
96
576
202
432
300
48
5
1,920

100

480

600
300
25
10


380-09

356-50
308-00

2,875-50
855-00
6,414-60
937-00
1,357-76

184-80
1,451-50
116-74
49-11
119-63
938-09

48-00
236-34
998-23
239-22
89-10
11-00
12-52
179-01
130-32
255-00
288-00
270-00
220-00
23-74

892-27

27-72

480-00

355-34
109-81
22-41
6-03
300C-2


23-36

234,285 253,895-15;


19,871
100
1,872


21,658-68
141-12
1,872-00


23,867*77

2B49




189-37




6-50




1,214-60




11-50






26-34






34-32

86-00














390-20
23-36


Under the
Estimate
$ 0


761-87


224-00
29-12

60

3*13

69-91


62-00

474-50
105-00

143-00
1,292-24
50-00
7-20

3-26
89
37
561-91



1-77
260-78
3-90
1"00
7-48
20-99

321-00

162-00
80.00
24-26
5.00
1,027-73


72-28



244-6.
190.-1
2-59
3-97


25,828-75 6,218-60


1,785-68
41-12


21,843 23,669-80 2,826-80


Remarks.


I


S.W. No. 66

S.W. No. 165,
i


S.W. No. 75
S.W. No. 198


E.10 Electricity.
S.W. No. 46,144,
S.W. No. 198


- ^--------


S.W. No. 182, 198




S.W. 198




S.W. No. 165,




S.W. No. 51, 198

S.W. No. 36,

S.W. No. 193,
S.W. No. 192,






S.W. 193,



S.W. No. 192,


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C'd F"d















DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER UHA Fp, THE YEAR 1951.


Heads and Subheads.


Original
Estimate
$


E.10. Electricity B't F'd

19. Fuel Lubricating Oil & Grease
20. Maintenance Govt Installations
21. Lines, Streets, Har-


22.
23.
24.


bour Lights
Maintenance Power Station
New Installations
Survey Premises in Elec. Area
Tools for Workshop
Transport & Subs Allee Supt.
.." Asst Supt.
Transport Expenses Elec Dept
Cost of Electric Current
Depreciation Fund for Plant
Maintenance Refrigeration Branch
Unallocated Stores
Upkeep Ice Depot
New Generating Unit
Cleaning & Improvement of Cold
Storage


E.11 Judicial.
1-13. Personal Emoluments
14. Contingencies Registrar S.C.
15. Electric Current
16. Expenses W.I. & L.I. Court of Appeal
17. Wits &c Registrar S.C.
18. Registrar Births &c
19. Transport Allowance Bailiffs S.C.
20. Travelling Expenses C.J. & Puisne
Judges
21. Uniforms &c for Messengers
22. West Indian Court of Appeal
23. Contingencies Magistrate
24. Inquests Wits &c Magistrate
25 S.G.
26. Transport Allowance Magistrate



E.12 Labour.
1-5. Personal Emolumenits
6. Becks & Periodicals
7. Contingencies
3. Transport Alice Labour Commis-
sioner
9. Travelling Expenses Senior Clerk
10. Training of Domestic Workers
11. Rental of Premises used as office



E.13 Lands & Survey.
1-9. Personal Emoluments
10. Survey Expenses & Maintenance
11. Transport Alice Apprentice Sur-
veyor
.12. Transport Allce-Asst Surveyor
13. Crown Surveyor


Actual
Expenditure
$ 0


21,843

27,000
700

3,000
2,600
200
100
140
225
144
700
9,600
576
2,700
2,000-
60




71,588


21,272
70
50
302
1,000
200
322

735
50
288
72
1,600
50
514

26,525


Over the
Estiimate
S"r


23,669-80

27,034-70
696-72

487-15
4,211-43
188-82
67-10
139-26
298-68
148-18
896-83
7,325-52
576-00
2,702-87
3,024-25
3-39
1,162-07

1,023-98

73,656-75


21,638-97
78-77
127-04

2,105-17
142-26
320-00

2,338-80
45-75
207-40
52-17
1,545-41.
168-78
511-92

29,282-44


Under the
Estimate
$ V


2,826-80,

34-70



1,611-43



73-68
4-18
196-83


2-87
1,024-25

1,162-07

1,023-98

6,960-79


366-97
8-77
77-04

1,105-17



1,603-80




118-78


3,280-53


2-08

523-09


7,606 6,753-0~ 152-"4
6) 50-83 9.-1
48 72-51 24-51

514 511-92 2-08
100 14-80 85-20

40-00 40-00

8,328 7,443-17 64-51 949-34


9,357
2,880

144
640
640


9,626-14
3,570-72

144-00
639-84
470-88


269-14
690-72


16
160-12


C' 'd 3,61 1446-5 99-6 602


S.W. No. 108


3-28

2,512-85

11-18
3290
74



2,274-48



56-61




4,892-04





302-00

57-74
2-00


4-25
80-60
19-83
54-59


--


tI

r


S.W. Mo. U8 17


1w. Mo. no1
&.W.No.M
s.w. MNo. 1s
S.W. No. 182,


S.W. 198
S.W. 198

S.W. No. 30,

S.W. No. 134,



Ell Judicial.
S.W. No. 46, 144,
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 198

S.W. No. 64,170, 198



S.W. No. 198



S.W. No. 178,
S.W. No. 198




E12 Labour.
S.W. No. 26, 116,144,

S.W. No. 80, 198



S.W. No. 94
S.W. No. 198



E13 Lands & Survey
S.W. 46, 144,
S.W. No. 198


s.W. No.


160-28


OCd F'd; 13,661


14,460-58


959-86







;j! "'DETAILED STATBMlNT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1951.


Heads and Subheads.


1SJ Lands & Survey


B't Fd


14. Contract Surveys
14a. New Instruments
15. Land Surveyors Examiners' Fee
16. Payment to Mr. G. L. E. Barker



E.14 Legal.
1-5. Personal Emoluments
6. Contingencies
7. Uniforms &c for Messenger



E.15 Medical.
1-100. Personal Emoluments


101. Bicycle Allowance Messenger
102. Contingencies
103. Contribution to Ross Institute
104. Delivery Fees, Supply of Fish to In-
stitutions
104a. Delivery Fees, Supply of Vegetables
to Institutions
105. Electric Current Head Office
106. Medical Library
107. Transport Allowance S.M.O.
108. Charts & Diagrams
109. Chemicals & Films
110. Clothing & Bedding
111. Conveyance of Drugs & Stores
112. Equipment & Drugs Bacteriological
Lab.
113. Furniture & Implements
114. Instruments & Surgical Appliances
115. Medicines Drugs & Disinfectants
116. Uniforms for Staff
117. Cleaning Requisites
118. Dietary
119. Expenses of visiting Opthalmolo-:
gist
120. Fuel, Lights & Electric Current
121. Interment of Institutional Cases
122. Medical Comforts
123. Provision of eye glasses to poorer
classes
124. Rental of Nurses Quarters
125. Upkeep of Motor Ambulance
126. Dietary
127. Donkeys & Cart
128. Transport Expenses Physician &
Steward
128a. Purchase of Mule & Cart
129. Cleaning Requisites
130. Conveyance of Dentist to Mental
Hosp
131. Conveyance of Laboratory Techni-
cian
132. Dietary
133. Donkey & Carts
134. Fuel Lights & Electric Current


12
300
300
34
3,000
6,700
192

1,400
5,000
6,000
13,500
2,650
1,070
11,000

160
5,530
225
60

960
288
1,050
11,388
68

268

306

44

40
8,500
60
950


C'd FdT 250,437


6-12
40-93
24-00

270-00

73-00
12-00
106-54
352-00


720-04
5,262-56
140-04

225-03
4,946-26
5,854-51
12,491-88
6,443-87
1,346-65
17,053-80

1,891-86
5,772-86
331-33
10-20

959-00
480-00
1,744-29
4,002-06


318-24
55-00
329-65




8,080-92
84-99
890-19

273,444-67


30-00


73-CO


52-00









3,793-87
276-65
6,053-80

1,731-86
242-86
106-33



192-00
694-29



30-24
55-00
23-65





16-99


37,507-39


Remarks.





S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 58,
S.W. No. 167,



E14 Legal.
S.W. No. 21,


193-46

34-00
2,279-96
1,437-44
51-96

1,174-97
53-74
145-49
1,008-12







49-80

1.00


7,385-94
68-00





44.Cn

40-00
419-08

59-81


14,507-66


46, 144,


E15 Medical.
S.W. No. 38, 48, 53,
109, 138, 140, 144,
197, 198




S.W. 198

S.W. No. 135,


S.W. No. 198






S.W. No. 83, 119,

S.W. No. 124,
S.W. No. 198,
S.W. No. 196,

S.W. No. 151,
S.W. No. 90,
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 149, 198



S.W. No. 141,
S.W. No. 104,



S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 15,
S.W. No. 147,





S.W. No. 147,


_ _YII_ ___

















DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1951.


Heads and Subheads.


B't F'd


135.
136.
137.
138.

139.
140.
141.
142.
143.
144.
145.
146.
147.
148.
149.
150.
151.
152.

153.
154.
155.

156.
157.
158.
159.
160.
161.
162.
163.
164.

165.
166.
167.

168.


Original
Estimate
$


E.15. Medical


Industries & Contingencies
Interment of Institutional cases
Medical Comforts
Transport Expanses Senior Dis-
penser
Cleaning Requisites
Dietary
Donkeys & Carts
Fuel Lights & Electric Current
Incidentals for Lepers & Paupers
Intermr t of Institutional cases
Medical Comforts
Transport Allce Medical Supt.
." Senior Dispenser
Control of Social Diseases
Electric Current
Health Education Expenses
Maintenance of Day Nursery
Rental of Rooms Child Welfare
Clinic
Transnort: Alkl' Health Inst'uc-;3 r
SHealth Matron
Senior Health
Nurse
Relief Nurses
Wages of Servants
Cleaning Requisites
Dietary
Fuel Lights & Electric Current
Medical Comforts
Transport Allces Dispensers
Upkeep & Rent Dispensaries
San Measures Anti Malarial Mea-
sures
San Measures Milk Testing
S" Miscellaneous
Public & School
Latrines
Sanitation
Grenadines
S" Scavenging
Kingstown
Stores
Village Sanitation
Transport Allce Sanitary Supt.
Inspectors
Milk Inspectors
Upkeep Grounds Gbvt Offices
Proportion of Rental of Qrs for
D.M.O.'s
Public Water Supplies
Transport Allces Medical Officers
Nurses
Cost of San Inspectors training &
exams
Purchase of Lawn Mower
." Typewriter
Excess on Scheme D1108 (16)
Purchase of Truck
Equipment for Milk Inspection


250,437

168
150
38

65
242
12,172
68
1,100
178
366
82
192
65
500
5
60
120

48
192
96

96
24
114
180
900
200
20
798
624

360
246
240

2,124

240

9,158
1,200
500
512
1,498
288
60

24

4,018
575

50
25
197


Under the
Estimate
$ 6


14,507-66

17-10
67-95


2-00



246-20
60-58

07
96-00
30-7r
0A


Remarks.


Actual
Expenditure
$ 4


273,444-67

150-90
82-05
47-85

63-00
281-46
14,122-15
87-85
853-80
117-42
367-80
81-93
96-00
34-24

22-00
32-92
423-83

48-00
92-8,W
313-60

320-30
32-52
503-71
154-3~
560-12
53-37

759-62
607-85

400-77
52-90
245-2e

2,336-08

299-18

11,126-20
683-81

348-39
1,353-92
288-00
54-50

111-00
1,206-81
3,726-73
622-73

2-80


10-84
4,361-70
295-52


Over the
Estimate
$ 4


37,507-39



9-85


39-46
1,950-15
19-85


1"80




17-00

303-83



217-60

224-00
8-52
389-71








49-77
5*28

212-08

59-18

1,968-20







87-00
1,206-81

47-73




10-84
4,361-70
295-52


25-67
339-88
146-63
20-00
38-38
16-15


193-10







516-19
500-00
163-61
144-08

5-50



291-27

; .- ...' ,
47-20
25-00
197-00
wi J.. r


29070 32,21~5 4,93-7 1,343


S.W. No. 73,

S.W. No. 73,

S.W. No. 73, 129, 195,

S.W. No. 198

S.W. No. 73, 129,







S.W. No. 156, 194,
S.W. No. 18, 73,

S.W. No. 198




S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 184, 198,
S.W. No. 198


S.W. No. 139, 1~8,
27-08
S.W. No. 139,


992,- S.W. No. 139,
S.W. No. 139,

S.W. No. 198

S.W. No. 139,


S.W. No. 195,
S.W. No. 195,
S.W. No. 195,


S.W. No. 198,


170.
171.
172.
173.
174.
175.
'176.

175a.
177.
178.
179.

180.
181.
.182.
183.


i


290,707


48,993-27


321,291-95


18,324-32







DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1951.


Heads and Subheads.


1


Original
Estimate
$


V.16 Miscellaneous.
1. Air Services
2. Conferences, Committees & Com-
missions of Inquiry
3. Contributions to distressed Vincen-
tians in Cuba
4. Contributions to distressed Vincen-
tians in Haiti
5. Cost of Bills of Exchange
6. Crown Agents for the Colonies
7. Duty Alice to Officers in G'dines &
other remote Localities
8. Extermination of Mongoose & Rats
9. Entertainment of H.M. Ships visit-
ing the Colony
10. Incidentals, Rest Rooms
11. Interest on Overdrafts
12. Lighting Streets outside Kingstown
13. Loss & Depreciation of Investments
14. Maintenance of Mrs. E. L. Reid
15. Medical E'xal of Candidates to Co-
lonial Service
16. Motor Launch passenger Service on
Leeward Coast
17. Official Telegrame
18. Passages &c of Officers

19. Remuneration for Members Rent
Restriction Board
20. Refunds of Revenue
21. Rental Premises Lab. Comm. &
Cont. Supplies
22. Repatriation of Destitute Vincen-
tians & others
23. Stationery, Store & Office Requisites
24. Subsidy St. V/G'dines Mail/Passen-
ger Service
25. Sundries
26. Telephones for Public Dept.
27. Tourist Development
28. Vessels for visits to Grenadines
29. Workmens Compensation
30. Parking Area Market Square
31. British Industries Fair
32. Antigua Relief
33. Delegate to Festival of Britain
34: Public Administration Course
35. Grant to Dr. S. W. Gun-Munro
36. Purchase of Silver Ash Tray
37. Contribution to Jeinaica Hurricane
Relief
38. Payment cf . !. Iton's CcrIrnt-
ments
0. & M. Survey
39. Revision of the Laws of St. Vincent
40. Loans to Agricultural Societies
41. Devonshire Training Course
Alice to A. V. King


E.17. Pensions.
1. Pensions Granted by Law
2. War Pensions, Gratuities &c
3. Pensions not covered by Law
4. War Bonus to Pensioners


36,849


36,000
930
1,500
5,000


Actual
Expenditure
$


4,000

1,000

48

325
750
800

1,100
72

10
72
48
884
48
72
48

1,560

3,000
6,000


24
1,000

480

100
2,400

4,800
900
6,568
400
100
240


101,041-14


39,580-45
850-15
2,484-43
8,080-44


43,430 50,995-47


Over the
Estimate
$ 4


1,255-86

3,658-83




249-02
96-92

655-25


357-99
37-54
1,459-26

16,303-12
12-00
23-21

290-40

1,724-32
10,620-85


5,255-86

4,658-83




999-02


1,755-25
37-04

357-9.o
109-5'
1,507-26



70-21

1,850-40

A,724-32
16,620-85



741-88

440-00

1,027-11
5,050-95

6,150-00
,,026-0,
7,222-32
2.472-46
52-53
1,607-83

951-14
662-88
2,132-76
290-76
1,200-00
128-65

200-00

28-50
C52-07
343-20
10,609-00

412-38


65.853-69


I .1. -------


3,580-45

984-43
3,080-44

7,645-32


Under the
Estimate
$ 4


Remarks.


E16 Miscellaneous.
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 27, 52, 117,
198
48-00

325-00
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 198


34-96




884-00










24-00
258-12

40-00








47-47


1,661-55


79-85



79-85


iS.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 34, 84,183,

S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 198

S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 198

S.W. No. 132, 198,

S.W. No. 155, 198
S.W. No. 101, 176, 180,
198





S.W. No. 55,198
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 121,

S.W. No. 92, 126, 198

S.W. No. 96, 157,

S.W. No. 6,

S.W. No. 7,
S.W. No. 13,118,
S.W. No. 19,
S.W. No. 43, 198
S.W. No. 61, 198
S.W. No. 85,
S.W. No. 98, 198

S.W. No. 111,

S.W. No. 148,
S.W. No. 198
S.W. 172,
S.W. 198,

S.W. No. 163,


E17 Pensions.
S.W. No. 198

S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 144,


11_1___ _ _


_____! i I


927-11
2,650-95

1,350-00
2,126-06
654-32
2,072-46

1,367-88

951-14
662-88
2,182-76
290-76
1,200-00
128-65

2C0-On

28-50
052-07
343-20
10,609-00

412-38







DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR 'HE YEAR 1951.


Heads and Subheads.


E.18. Police.
1-23a. Personal Emoluments

24. Cleaning & Lights
25. Contingencies
26. Furniture & Implements
27. Maintenance of Prisoners in Police
Cells
28. Medicines & Disinfectants
29. Motor Cycle Maintenance
30. Motor Van Maintenance
31. Provision & Mtce of Arms, Equip-
ment, Uniforms
32. Rifle Range & Targets
33. Secret Service Fund
34. Special Constables, A.V. Camp
35. Transport Allowance Supt
36. Asst Supt
37. Sub. Inspector
38. & Subs Allce Police
39. Upkeep Bicycles
40. Boats
41. Fire Brigade
42. Signal Station & Light-
house
43. Mtce Crinmir :1 Record Equipment
44. Purchase of 1 Denis Trailer Pump
45. 2 Light Motor Cycles
46. Typewriters
47. 3 Wireless Transmit-
ting Sets
48. Running & Mtce of 2 new Motor
Cycles
49a. Purchase of C.I.D. Equipment



E.19. Port and Marine.
1-11. Personal Emoluments
12. Cleaning & Services of Warehouse
Porters
13. Contingencies
14. Electric Current
15. Rental of Customs Warehouses
16. Rewards & Special Services in pro-
tection of Revenue
17. Transp :.: Allowance S.C.O.
18. Uplk':ep o0 :31; t & Customs Guards
Clothing
19. 'Ci:-eep of HaIrbour Lights Southern
Grenadincs
2?. ? cre,: &e of Calculating Machine
Excise Instruments



E.20. Post Office.
1-8. Personal Emoluments
9. Commission to Licensed Stamp
Vendors
10. Contingencies
11. Conveyance of Foreign Mails


Original
Estimate
$


93,653

1,800
200
400

60
100
180
600

10,000
72
144
1,050
384
288
240
1,680
80
120
2,400

400
250
2,880
650
600

10

100


118,341


22,949

350
100
300
1,440

200
352

500

720



26,911


17,257

560
70
12,440


Actual
Actual
$ 0


103,440-53

2,371-38
212-35
687-72

59-15
366-17
177-33
598-97

14,717-69
52-91
104-44
1,182-60
352-00
81-60
160-00
1,905-22
57-12
112-89
2,191-88

549-72
235-43

360-00
559-65



44-92
381-74

130,963-41


23,391-03

271-64
121-19
199-40
1,320-00

80-30
326-92

291-72

767-41
300.0-
228-31


Over thp
Estimate
$ 4


9,787-53

571-38
12-35
287-72


266-17



4,717-69


132-60



225-22


149-72








381-74

16,532-12


442-03


21-19








47-41
300-00
226-31


27,295.9. 1.036.-,


20,661-55

614-65
94-22
10,616-69


3,404-55

54-65
24-22


- - I '1--


Under ti-
Estimate
$ 4


85

2-67
1.03


19-09
39-56


Remarks.


E18 Police.
S.W. No. 46, 48,118,
123, 144, 159,
S.W. No. 153, 19
8W. No. 198
S.W. No. 107,


S.W. No. '7, 198



S.W. No. 198


S.W. 137,


32-00
206-40
80-00
S.W. No. 198
22-88
7-11
208-12

S.W. No. 152,
14-57
2,880-00
290-00
40-35

10-00

55*08
5508 S.W. No. 71, 87, 198

3,909-71

E19 Port and Marine
S.W. No. 28, 133, 144,
I1 "I- '
78-36
S.W. No. 130,
100-60
120-00

119-70
25-08


208-2S





652-02






1,823-31


C'd Fd 30,327 I 31,987~11 3,483.42 1,823'31


S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 125,
S.W. No. 145, 198



E20 Post Office.
S.W. 46, 144, 188, 198,

S.W. 158,
S.W. 158,


30,327


31,987-11


C'd F'd


3,483-42


1,823-31







D.-:T L3 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1951.


Heads and Subheads.


S20 Post Office


B't F'd


t3. bQonveyance of Inland Mails
13. DIplemeits, Lights, Uniforms be
14. Money Order Commission & Parcel
Post
15. District Pest. Ofices
16. Supply of Stamps
17. Transport Allowance, Postmaster
be



8.21. Priaas.
1-13. Personal Emoluments

14. After Care
15. Cleaning & Lights
16. Clothing & Bedding
17. Contingencies
18. Dietary
19. Furniture & Implements
20. Materials for Prison Industries
21. Medicines & Disinfectants
22. Payments to Prisoners & Discharged
Prisoners
23. Petty Repairs to Prison Buildings
24. Transport Allowance Supt. Prisons
25. Uniforms & Equipment
26. Construction of Road
27. Contingencies
28. Fuel & Oil for Engine & WaterPump
29. Mtce & Operation of Crusher
30. Truck
31. Overalls & Towals for Dairy Hands
32. Tools & Implements
33. Upkeep of Boat
34. Cart & Harness
3s. Qcisruct:on of Fibre Mill
P3j. Prison akery



E22. Public Debt.
1. C.D. Fund-Housing Scheme (1931)
2. Roads (1931)
3. Electricity Generating Unit Loan
1939
4. Elec. Lighting, Tel. & Rds Imp.
Loan 1929/31
5. Hydro Electric Development Loan
1949
6. K/town Water Supply Development
Loan 1949
7. Land Settlement Loan 1932/35
8. Public Purposes Loan 1937
9. Rural Water Supply Loan 1950
10. Telephone Loan 1938
11. Water Supply Loan 1933
12. S.F. Elec. Generating Unit Loan;
193;
13. S.F. Elec. Lighting Tel & Rds Imp.
Lor 1979/31
14. S.F. Jydro Elec ED.vlopment Loan
10to


Original
Estimate
$


30,327

3,600
960

456
288
2,280

48


18,003

500
450
550
100
10,000
250
11,500
100

300
40
320
800
500
350
150
1,700
1,150
50
150
75
40
300


47,378


522
186

611


6,393

4,200

4,200
788
1,414
3,024
234
168

766

4,549

3,185


Actual
Expenditiu'o
$ '


31,987-11

3,728-04
1,404-64

317-19
321-16
3,763-39

29-44


Over the
Estimate
$ 1


3,483-42

128-04
444-64


33-76
1,483-39


Under the
Estimate Remarks.
$ '


1,823-51

S.W. 158, 188,
S.W. No. 188,

138-81
S.W. 158,
S.W. N. 198

18-56


37,959 41,551-57 5,573-25 1,980-68


20,660-64

569-45
486-13
1,065-62
211-44
11,207-71
267-06
13,151-48
72-68

281-98
39-80
319-92
1,268-43
504-50
490-5
62-48
1,675-62
1,160-1-
18-60
148-63
64-85
22-85
293-.Sn
1,030-80

55,081-24


521-60
185-42

610-88

6,392-52

5,241-25

3,206-00
743-4f)
1,305-66
2,732.62
234-0n
194-25


2,657-64

69-45
36-13
515-62
111-44
1,207-71
17-06
1,651 48





468-46
4-50
140-50


10-14





1,030-80

7,920-9?


1,041-25






26-25


765-24

4,548-60

3,184-72


C' 1 T'". 30 240 29,860-16 1,067-50


E21 Prisons.
S.W. No. 11, 20, 46,
144, 162,
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 105,198
S.W. No. 41, 97,
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 198


Debt.


12

48

S.W. No. 198

-00


994


44-t6(
108-34
291-38


SS.W. No. 198


76

40

28

1,441-i'"


27-32

18-02
20
08
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 198
87-52
24-38
S.W. No. 198
31-40
1-37
10-15
17-1.
10
S .W. No. 42,

217- 22P

E22 Public


I_~ _ --~--YU~~C~.~YI-Y


!







DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1.31.


Original Actual
Estimate Expenditure
$ $ 0


it Fd 30,
B't F'd 30,240


15. K/town Water Supply Dev. Loan
Loan 1949
16. S.F. Land Settlement Loan 193"
17. S.F. C.D. Housing Scheme Loan
1931
18. S.F. Public Purposes Loan 1936
19. S.F. Rural Water Supply Loan 1950
20. S.F. Telephone Loan 1938
21. S.F. C.D. for Roads Loan 1931
22. S.F. C.D. for Co-op A/root Assoc
Loan 1930/32
23. S.F. Ice & Cold Storage Plant Lean
1931
24. S.F. Land Settlement Canouan
Loan 1945
25. S.F. C.D. for Public Health Loan
1932
26. S.F. Purchase of Camlen Park
Loan 1943
27. S.F. C.D. Purchase of Union Est.
Bequia Loan 1943
28. S.F. C.D. Reorganisation of Syrup
Industry Loan 1935/38



E.23 Public Library.
1-6. Personal Emoluments
., Books & Binding
8. Contingencies
9. Development of Rural Service
10. Electric Current
11. Periodicals
12. Supplies & Stationery
Drawer Catalogue



E.24 Public Works Department.
1-25. Person Emoluments
26. Contingencies
27. Reference Library
28. Transport Allce Asst Supt Roads
29. Works
30. Construction
Foreman
31. Engineer
32. Foreman of Works
33. Overseer of Roads
34. Supt of Works &c
35. Mechanics &c
36. Uniforms for Messengers



E.25. P.W. Annually Recurrent.
1. Contingencies
2. Contribution to Public Buildings
Ins. Fund
3. Drawing Office &c


3,185
874

1,44.
2,343
1,152
389
2,784

11,562

3,694

642

697

1,160

331

515


E.22 Public Debt


Over the
Estimate
$ 0


1,087-50






147-60


Under the
Estimate
V.


1,441-$:


28
40



1,152G-0
2n
12


61,008 59,626*00 1,215-10 2,597-10


3,215
1,500
120
600
80
200
120


3,464-18
1,758-18
118-35
596-45
74-7R
209-63
119-79
24


249-18
258-18



9-63

24


5,835 6,341-58 517-23


51,422
300
50
640
640

960
640
360
3,120
660
200
80


49,910-16
284-19
120-92
718-16
576-20

960-00
639-84
360*00
2,930-00
660-00
311-92
86-57


70-92
78-16







111-92
6-57


21


10-65


1,511-84
15-81


63-80


16

190-00


59,072 57,557-96 267-57 1,781-61


300 223-19 76-81

2,400 2,400-0n
400 409-48 9-48


Remarks.


29,866-1G


3,184-72
873-60

1,440-00
2,490-60

388-80
2,783-88

11,561-06

3,693-6)

641-70

690-7;;

1,159-3.

330-76

515-00


Heads and Subheads.


S.W. No. 198




















B23 Public Librac'.
S.W. No. 46, 144,
S.W. No. 108,



S.W. No. 166,

S.W. No. 198


E24 Public Wo17.::
Department.
S.W. No. 46,144,

S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 198







S.W. No. 198
S.W. No. 198


E25 P.W. Annually
Recurrent.



S.W. No. 198


--------------~-


3,100


C'd F'd


3,032-67


76-81







DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1951.


Original Actual Over ths Under the
Heads and Subheads. Estimate Expenditure Estimate Estimate Remarks.
$ $ $ C $ <


E.25 P.W. Annually Recurrent B't F'd


4. Furniture & Lights Govt House
5. Public Ofices
6. Maintenance of Airport
7. Minor Works
8. Repairs to Jetties
9. & Mtce Public Buildings
10. Buildings S. Gren-
adines
11. Town & Water Rates on Govt Build-
ings
12. Upkeep Cemeteries
13. Motor Rollers, Trucks &c
14. Quarantine Station
15. Unallocated Stores



E.26. P.W. Extraordinary.
1. Accommodation for P.W.D. at Ar-
nos Vale
2. Conversion of Garage M'tia into
Revenue Office
3. Extension of Police Barracks
4. New Oven for Prison
5. Sanitary Installations Govt. Build-

6. Machine Tools
7. lrnta t of W\''arehouse by P.W.D.
8. Anti-erosion Me3sures-Villages
10. Catchment Al-a Bequia
11. Engineering Staff-Scheme D 360
12. Rifle Range C.P.
13. Reconstruction of Jarvis Road
14. Richmond Hill Playing Field
15. Electric Refrigerator for Govt
House
16. Purchase of Land Rover
17. Removal of Extension Hospital Ar-
nos Vale
18. Alterations at Leper Asylum
19. Outstanding Merchants Claims
(4C-50)
23. structural Alterations Govt Office
21. Completion of Nurses Home
22. Improvements at Mental Hospital
23. Alteration Colonial Hospital
24. Completion of Richmond Hill
School



E.SS. Subventions.
All British Telegraph Service
B. oy Scoutso Association
3. CoCa.ada-West indies Steamship Ser-

4. Commonweal r h Parliamentary

5. 'irector of Colonial Scholars Con-
tingencies Fund


3,032-67

1,410-66
2,059-12
133-31

1,813-73
29,773-98

1,747-67


243-71
12,024-23
293-56
31,869-15

84.:41*79



8,488-94


3,100

1,500
1,500
500
1,000
2,000
25,000

1,440

2,400
600
7,200
300
480

47,020



8,000

2,160
6,000
5,000

2,000
5,000
240


562-96
3,583-01

3,261-03
551-81

4,321-82
320-31
1' 9.76951.
113-75
11,759-80

1,765-47

28,400 129,C55-79
437'


437
96

4,004

240

336


96-00

4,000-COO

21320

57.60


9-48


559-12



4,773-98

307-67



4,824-23

31,389-15

41,863-63



488-94


1,046-98





1,578-40
80-75
513-19
473-73
4,999-15
414-83

562-96
3,583-01

3,261-03
551-81

4,321-82
320-31
61,76-151
113-75
11,759-83

1,765-47

97,3C5-"44


76-81

89-34

36669
1,00000
186-37




2,400-00
356-29

6-44


4,481-94





207-44

5,000o00

271-7'
4,501-77
120-00





















10,100-97


2-12


4-0n


278-40

284-52
t I_______


5,113 4.828-48


S.W. No. 198



S.W. No. 78, 198

S.W. No. 198



8.W. No. 198

S.W. No. 198


S26 P.W. Extraor-
dinary.


S.W. No. 198

S.W. No. 198


S.W. 48,
S.W. No.
S.W. No.
S.W. No.
S.W. No.
S.W. No.

S.W. No.
S.W. No.


8,
22,
33,
37,
45, 198

54,
57


S.W. No. 59
S.W. No. 65

S.W. No. 68
S.W. No. 70
S.W. No. 76,
S.W. No. 89, 108
S.W. No. 115,

S.W. No. 136,



E28 Subventions.


1,952-56
7,016-98


1,728-22
498-2:
120-00
1,578-40
80-75
513-19
473-73
%,999-15
414-83


C'd F'd







DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITF j _.laO. THE rEAR 1951.


7Q'iginal Actual Over the Under the
I;.:iz and Subheads. Estimate Expenditure Estimate EE:.,;.:.t Remarks.
$ $ $ $


Subventions B't F'd
Expenses of Director of Civil Avia-
tion
Expenses W.I. Trade Commissioner
in Canada
Girl Guide Association
Imperial Funds for Ience
Imperial Institute
Imperial War Graves Commission
International Teleco munications
Union
King Geqrge V Playing Field
K/town Board in lieu of certain
rates
K/town Board Percentage qrant
of Licence Fees
Law Library
Liaison Officer Service Colonial
Office
Mtce & De monstration Objects of
Historical Interest
Publication of Govt. notices in Lo-
cal Press
Small Town Boards
Soup Kitchen
St. Vincent Legion of B.E.S.L.
usic Council
Ihnant Welfare & Ma-
ternity League
Thompson Home
Village Counbils
West India Committee
Regional Economic Committee
West Indian University College
Expenses to Trade Commissioneh
B.W.I.


E.29. Supply Control.
1-6a. Personal Emoluments
7. Contingencies
8. Transport Controller Supplies
9. Inspector Supplies


E.30. Telephones.
1-10. Personal Emoluments
11. Contingencies
12. Electric Current & Lights
13. Insurance Georgetown Exchange
14. Maintenance
15. New Installations
16. Public Address System Maintenance
17. Rental District Exchanges
18. Kingstown Exchange
19. Tools & Implements
20. Transport & Subsistence Allce Supt.
21. Asst
Supt.
S 22. Allce Linesman Wd.
District
23. Telephone Depart-
ment
24. Wireless Tel. Comm. Bequia
25. Union Island
26. Purchase of Windchargers


5,113

810

2,179
96
2,0$6
48
202

62
480

1,460

1,656
768

150

100

96
6,100
240
240
240

720
240
500
72


4,82848



4,474-04
96-00
240-96

3!0*16

210-00
499-10

1,460-00

1,656-00
768-00

81-60

71-16


7,100-00
240-00
240-00
326-84


240-00
500-00

1.152-00
12,096-12

227-28


2,295-04





14Qft
19-19










1,000-00


86-84


1,152-00
12,096-12

227-28


68-40










72000

72-00


-------------- -----
23,588 36,877-74 17,192-54 8,902-80

13,507 14,486-51 979-51
60 86-15 26-15
240 240-00
500 647-40 147-40

14,307 15,460-06 1,153-06

11,167 13,092-17 1,925-17
70 42-95 27-05
77 51-20 25-80
24 21-60 2-40
3,600 3,921-61 321-61
200 1,210-00 1,010-00
72 52-90 19-10
120 100"00 20-00
288 288.00
72 69-52 2-48
355 317-97 37-03

212 211-56 44

120 100-00 20-00

500 718-6q 218060
240 230-9r 9-02
240 217-71 22-29
397-64 397-64


S.W. No. 91,187,
S.W. No. 160, 198


S.W. No. 131,
S.W. No. 181,

S.W. No. 62


17,357 2lC4441 3,83-02 I 185*6


17,357 21,044-41


3,873-02 1 185-61


&W. No. A W8
















S.W. No. 14,
s.w.N. 99,


s.W. No. 198





S.W. No. 106,
S.W. No. 190,

S.W. No. 198


E29 Supply Controa.
S.W. No. 10a, 46, 144,
S.W. No. 143, 198
S.W. No. 142,



E30 Telephones.
S.W. 46, 144,







DETAILED STATE~ NT Z W PENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1951.


Heads and Subheads.


8.31. Treasury.
1-34. Personal Emoluments
25. Allce for Cash Shortages
X6. Commission for Collection od Li-
cences
27. Contingencies
28. Drawbacks & Refunds of Revenue
29. Electric Current
30. Transport Allce Treasurer & Asst
Treasurer
31. Transport of Revenue OfMiers re-
ceiving and paying Public monies
32. Upkeep Bicycle
33. Purchase of Typewriter
34. Caretaker & Scavenger
35. Contingencies
36. Travelling expenses Senior Clerk
37. Uniforms for Revenue Officers Bar-
rouallie
38. Contingencies
39. Uniform for Revenue Officer Be-
quia
40. Cleaning Revenue Ofoe
41. Contingencies
42. Transport Allowance Senior Clerk
43. Contingencies
44. Contingencies
45. Electric Current
46. Reference Library Income Tax
Office
47. Refunds & Reliefs of Income Tax
48. Rental of Office
49. Transport Allowances
50. Upkeep, Bicycle
51. Purchase of Adding Machine for
I.T.O.
51a. Secondment of I.T.O. from Trini-
dad
51b. Honorarium to K. Yip Choy
52. Exp. in connection with L. & H. Tax
53. Transport Allowances Bailiffs


Original
Estimate
$


5,3,36
48


400
1,500
72

704

50
20
240
48
34
300

58
50

58
20
60
352
50
100
15

100
10,000
300
832
20

250


200
1 flrfi


Actu:i
Expend!
$ '


56805-32
41-92

6-17
383-35
556-46
83-64

394-07

113-92
11-00
219-86
48-00
24-48
294-97


85-46

58-00
5-28
56-14
322-63
96
119-20
12-00

122-18
9,104-55
300-00
822-50
19-46

533'33

7151-8

151.22
; 0F5i88


Over the
Estimated
$ ?



3,46932





11,64



63-92




L-. ~-


35-46






19-28


22-18





283-33

715-68


70,293 72,467-71 4,620-81


Under the
Estimate
$ v


6-08

13-83
16-65
943-54


309,93


9.00
20-14

9-52
5-03

58-00



14-72
3-86
29-37
49-04

3-00


895-45

9-50
54





48-78
12


Remarks.


E31 Treas-uy.
R W. 46, 95, 144,





S.W. No. 198



S.W. No. 198







S.W. No. 198






S.W. No. 120,


S.W. No. 198





S.W. No. 112,


S.W. No.


3, 29,


2,446-10


A. L. DOPWELL.
Ag. Colonial Treasurer.
14 Feb. 1953.







APPENDIX V.


Advances in anticipation of Kingstowa New Market Loan etc.

(ORDINANCE No. 14 OF 1951).

Original Actual Actual Cumulative Unexpected
Estimate Revised Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Balances
SCHDULE. Provided by Estimate. in in to at
Law. 1950. 1951. 31. 12. 51 31. 12.51.



Kingstown Market ... 96,000

Fairhall Homes ... 96,000 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil

Arrowroot Central Factories ... 200,000


A. L. DOPWELL,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.
14th February, 1953.














APPENDIX VI.

DETAILED STATEMENT OF ADVANCES AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1951.

"PUBLIC OFFICERS ".

A/c Name Debit Oredit
$ 4 $
A. 6 Antrobus, Jemmoth J. 1,387-50
8 Archer, Valentine D. ... ..... .... .. 1,275-00
9 Andalcio, Norbert U. -. -.- 1,648-19
10 Alexander Hamilton ... .. 138-00
12 Anderson, C. J. T. .- -.. 870-00
17 Antrobus, E. O. 566-84
18 Andrews, Clairman 1
19 Archer, Valentine D. 222-16
22 Alves, J. V. 1,552-15
24 Anderson, A. B. ...- 175-01
25 Andalcio, N. V. ..- 220-00
27 Arthur, Bertram .. .. 37-50
28 Allen, Pauline .. 150-00
29 Adams, Kenneth .. 125-00
30 Alves, J. V. .... .. .. .... .-. 86-40
B. 8 Bonadie Ormond J .. .... ...... ...... ... 350-06
10 Browne, Lloyd...... ... ... .. 6-00
11 Browne, Maurice B. .. .. .. 784-04
12 do. do. .. 381-68
17 Barker, George L. E. ..... ..... 562-53
29 Byron, Millicent .... ..... ..... ...... 1,071-84
31 Brereton, Thomas ... ...... ...... ....... 135-00
34a Baptiste, Carlton ... 40-00
35 Bute, Conrad ...... .... .... .. 609-33
36 Bonadie, K. W. .... ... ...... ... ..... 109-98
40 Bowman, C. A. ...... ...... ...... .... ..... 36-00
42 Bonadie, Robert ...... ...... ..... ..... ..... 17-49
43 Barker, George L. E. ... ... ...... ...... ...... 271-02
C. 1 Carr, E. U. ...... .. ... ...... .... .. 2-00
2 Chapman, John L. .... ...... .. ... ...... 63-41
9 Cox, James H. D. ...... ... ..... .... ...... 138-85
10 Cox, Septimus B. ... .... ...... ........ 48-00
13 Crick, Ulric G. ... ..... ...... .... ...... 366-59
16 Cato, Agnes E. ..... ..... ..... ...... 53-34
17 Cozier, Dowding S. ... ..... ...... ...... ...... 852-25
23 Comma, Errol L. ...... ...... .... ...... 20-00
24 Cox, Septimus B. ...... .... ..... .... ...... 108-58
39 Campbell, Stinson ...... ...... ...... ...... 107-85
41 Coombs, Elmon ...... ...... ...... ... ..... 48-00
42 Collins, Theophilus A. ...... ...... .... ...... 700-00
43 Cummings, Ercelle ...... ...... .... ...... 90-00
47 Cunningham, Samuel ...... ........ ...... 28-00
48 Com m a, Ena ...... .... ...... ... ...... ...... 6000
50 Cato, Valentine .. .... ....... ..... 27-00
51 Campbell, Stinson .. ...... ...... ...... ...... 670
54a Cave, J. M ...... ...... ..... ...... ...... 2,100-00
55 Comm a, Errol ...... .... ... ...... ...... ...... 1,460-00
57 Chapman, John L. ...... .... ...... ...... ...... 720-00
58 Coombs, C. W. B. ...... ...... .... ..... 196-00
D. 2 Daisey, Cyril E. ...... ...... ...... ... ...... 956-73
3 Dasent, Basil B. ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... 1,170-00
5 Date, W Adrian ...... .. .... .... ...... 13.60
7 Delpeche O"Neill .... ... ...... ...... ...... 28-00
12 Durrant, Vivian H. ... .. ...... ...... ..... 967-50
13 do. do. .... ...... ... ...... 360-00
15 Denton, Maurice H. ...... ...... .... ...... ..... 1,299-06
18 Dublin, John C. ..... ...... ...... ..... .... 289-00
27 Dublin, Mildred .... ...... ... .. ...... 1000
29 Duncan, Louis ...... ...... ...... ...... 20-00
30 Daisey, E. S. ....... ........... ...... ...... ...... 16 8
31 Davy, S. A ...... ...... .... ... .. ...... 281-60
32 Daniel, Luther ...... ........... ...... 36.65
33 Daisley, M erle ...... ...... .. ...... ...... ...... .00
E. 4 Eustace, J. L ..... ....... ...... ...... ...... 100-00
5 Ellis, C ...... ..... .... ...... ... ...... ...... 65-31
F. 5 Francis, H. A. L. ..... ...... ...... ...... ..... 1,653-75
7 Fraser, G. Lisle .. .. ...... ...... 1-76
9 Francis, Julian . ..... ..... ... .... 576-00
10 Feddoes, D. ...... ... ..... .... 4-24

c/f .... 27,925-15 .01








Debit Cf~6at


0. 8 Gentle, Alan L.
4 Gibbs, C. Bernard -
6 Gittens, .Bert B. .
26 Garrick, C. Milton -
37 Gibbs, t. Bernard -
39 Gui-Munro, Sydney D.
40 Glasgow, Harriet
41 Gentle, Alan L. -
42 Glasgow, D......
43 Guy, Charles ......
47 Gibbs, C. Bernard .
49 Grant, G. A. ......
H. 1 Hadley, C. Vivian D ...
10 Horne, Everard ~. -
15 Haseli, J. Fitz-Patrick
17 Hamilton, Egerton J.
21 Huggins, Douglas
26 Hall, 'J. Fitz-Patrick
I. 2 Israel, Egbert ......
4 Israel, Claude ......
5 Iton, C. W ....
7 Israel, Claude ... -
8 Iton, C. W. .... -
J. 1 Jack, Oswald W. ..
5 Jackman, Arthur
7 Jacobs, J. F. Cooper ..
9 James, Alfred......
13 John, Lloyd
14 John, Rupert G.
17 Josse, Victor C. -
19 Jack, George F. -
23 Jack, R. Nicholas -
29 Josse, Victor C.
30 do. do.
34 James, Hamilton
36 Joshua, S. E.
37 James, Alfred .
K. 7 King, A. Vincent
8 do. do. _
9 Kulesza, W. S....
L. 1 Lartier, Denzil H.
2 Lartigue, L. Cools-
6 Lewis, P. Cecil -
8 Lockhart, Rupert E.
9 Lewis, P. Cecil- -.
10 Lartigue, L. Cools- -
16 Lopey, William M. -
17 Leyes, Charles M. -
21 Lake, Florence Mi. -
24 Llewellyn, Harold B. _
27 Larrier, Denzil H. _
28 Llewellyn, Harold _
29 Leyes, C. M. .......
31 London, Marcus _
32 Lopey, William M.
35 Lartigue, A. R. Cools-
M. 1 Mahabir, Andrew
3 do. do.
8 Martin, Leopold
9 do. do.
13 Morrison, George B. W.
16 Munro, Harry A ......
19 Mason, Frank ......
21 Minors, Daniel
28 Morris, Mandeville S.
37 Moseley, Harley S. L.
38 Martin, Cuthbert L. ....
42 Mapp, George ......
Mc. 4 McKend, Russel A. T.
8 McMillan, K. J. E ..
9 McKend, R. A. T .
13 do. do.
14 McNeilly, Keith L .....


$ t
b/f 27,925-15
- -.. 898.00
- .... 8832-5
- 26 Q
- 99841.
_ _- 9_780
- ... ..... (87-0,0
- .. .... 63.00,
- 495'00
- *180
S __ 110-01
. ..... ..... 6-32
-_ -_ 300-00
2,150-00
- -. 498-00
S ... 222-12
.. ... ..... 1,070-77
..55-00
..... -... 110-00
1,213-22
..- -4800
-_ 10-00
- _- 687-52


..... ... 1,400-00
1,424-42
.... .. ..... 2-00
..... 20-10
- 102.7T8
-_ 216-54
_ 541-28
- 6-00
- - 50-00
- 1,059-50
... ... 25-00
-... ..... 50-00
.- ..... 30-00
374-00
_- 682-00
1,80000
_- 318-96
... 225-00
S 962-78
.. ..1,013-48
S .... 305-32
S .... 670-90
..... 800-00
S...... 1,317-61
. ...... 79-94
- ..... 1,195-96
...... 01000
S ...... 19-92
-. ...... 02
...... 5-70

...... 40-00
195-20
.... 10500
..... ...... ...... 10-~00
...... ...... ..... 84 40
...... ...... ...... 800-00
...... ..... ...... 1,033-41
...... 243-05
1,214-80
... . ...... 12 68
..... ... ...... 480-00

...... .. ...... 28 00
...... ...... 1,02 34
537-46
...... ...... 4227
...... ..... ...... 48000
...... ..... ...... 2,773-02

c/f.... 64,699-11


$ #
41
























































177-12



















177-13


Name








A/t Name Debit Credit
$ 0 $ .#
b/I 64,69911 177'*1
5 MISelly, Klth . 1,088-00
U do. do. 166-68
11 do. d. 366-31
. Olivienre, O.. 585-80
R. 5 Prescod, Benjamin 5640
SPrimua, Leonard 49-70
9a do. do. 60-00
11 Prince, Percival H. -- 1,020-00
12 Providence, Clairmonte 516-78
16 Peters, Norman 5-00
17 Parsons, Conrad -
21 Peters, Stacy- 48-00
24 Priddie, Jessie ..... 60-00
25 Prescott, Norbert 16-62
28 Providence, D. 16-11
Q. 3 Quashie, John ....- 66-01
B. 2 Robinson, C. K. ..-- 37-04
5 Roberts, Theodore .... 8-37
10 Richards, Doreen .. 41-52
12 Randolph, Wilfred I. 900-00
18 Richards, Doreen ... 250-00
19 Robinson, Osborne 60-00
20 Roberts, F. ...... ..... ...... 16-11
21 Roberts, G. ...... .... .. 817-00
21a Robinson, George R ...... .. ...... 180-00
22 Reddock, Bertram .... .. 800-00
S. 1 Samuel, Alfred L. ........ 72-00
4 Sardine, Egerton A. O. .. ... .... .... 13-42
7 Sales, Francis ...... ... .... 886-55
8 Smith, D. McD. .... ... .... ..... 51-80
9 do. do. ...... .. .... ...... 80-00
11 St. Louis, Curtis C. ...... .. 360-00
14 Smith, D. McD. ...... ..... 1,199-88
21 St. Hilaire, Cyril ..... .. .... 520-00
30 Sprott, A. Vincent ...... ... 1,190-00
43 Swisterski, K. P. .......... ...... .... 18301
47 do. do. .. .... 2,684-01
T. 4 Trotman, Fitz A. 1,474-00
16 Thomas, Clarence .... 6-66
17 Thomas, F. G. ..... 80-00
18 Theobalds, Marjorie ... ... 50-00
V. 1 Vanloo, Robert ...... 1,320-00
4 do. do. ...... ... 102-00
7 Vanloo, Grafton R. ...... ...... 960-00
9 Vanloo, Robert ... .-. 30-00
W 3 Weekes, Gordon ...... .... .. ...... ...... 16-00
5 Wilson, Kathleen A. T. -. ...... 44-38
7 W illiams, Carlton J. ...... ...... ...... .... ...... 792-58
8 W illiams, Cecil R. ...... ...... .... ...... 100-00
9 Williams, Daniel ...... .... ... ... ..... 58-48
13 Williams, Henry H .. .... .... ... .... .. 123-31
17 Wyllie, Maurice ...... ...... ...... .. .. 25-00
19 Williams, Francis E. ...... ..... ...... .... 504-00
23 W ood, Stephen ...... ..... .......... ..... ... 911-40
29 Williams, Carlton J. ..... ... ...... ..... 2,062-51
31 Weeks, Gordon ...... ......... .... ... 16-00
32 W all, Jean ...... .... ...... ... .. .... 37-50
33 W illiams, C. R. ...... .... ...... ...... .... 88-30
34 W illiams, Robert ...... ...... ..... ... ..... 622-92
36 W ood, Stephen ...... ... ...... ..... ...... 71-00
37 W oods, Glaston ...... ...... ... ...... ..... 30-00
Y. 4 Young, Herman F. ...... ..... .. ...... ...... 546-90
Z. 6 Zwierz, M arciej ...... ... ...... ... .... -92
8 do. do. ...... .... ...... ...... .... 115-78
Y. 9 Young, Herman F. ...... .... ..... .... ...... 16300
10 Young, Vivian ...... ... ...... ...... ...... 1,125-72

Total Debits ...... 90,650 59 177-19

90,650-09
Less Total Credits ...... 177-19

Balance ...... 90,472-90








' OTHER ADMINISTRATIONS ".


Government of Antigua
Barbados ...... ......
British Guiana ......
British Honduras
Jamaica
Leeward Islands ......
Montserrat
Nigeria
Northern Rhodesia
St. Kitts-Nevis .
Tanganyika Territory
Trinidad and Tobago


1S4-81
343-96
2,895-07

2G2-53
320-60
26-89
149-36
124-16
18-60
553-60
1,816-78


Total Debits .....
6,706-36

Less Total Credits 63235

Balance 6,074-01


" OTHER ADVANCES ".


Name

Air Ministry Technicians ...... ............
Arnos Vale Agricultural Credit Society ...... ......
Admiralty-H.M.S. Sparrow" ...... ...... ......
Brighton Agricultural Credit Society ...
Bank of England ...... ...... ... ...... ......
British Guiana Airways Service ...... ..
C. D. & W. Office, Barbados ...... .....
Colonial Office ...... ...... ......
Colonial Scholarship Scheme ...... ...... ......
Colonial Service Course...... ...... ......
Calder Agricultural Credit Society ...... ......
Calliaqua Agricultural Credit Society ...... ......
Chateaub'alair, Town of ...... ......
Camden Park Agricultural Credit Society
Cyrus, A. Cecil ...... ...... ......
Cable and Wireless Ltd...... ....
Conference on Education ...... .
Diamond Agricultural Credit Society ...
Expenses of Sloop Shepherd J ..... ......
Economic Commission ...... ... ....
External Lighting ...... ...... ...... ......
Georgetown Agricultural Credit Society
Government House, Repairs and Redecoration of
Geological Surveys ...... ......... ......
House Wiring Account ...... ......
Hydro Electric Scheme ...... ...... ......
Hayward Bank .....
Hydro Electric Scheme-Acquisition Surveys ....
Jack, Sam uel ...... ...... ......
Jac-:, R Cecil ...... ........... ......
Judge's Hom e ...... .......... ......
Law Library ...... ...... ...... .. ...... ......
Labour Conferences, Jamaica and elsewhere ......
Lewis, W esley R. ...... ...... .. ... ......
Lodge Agricultural Credit Society ...... ......
Land Settlement and Development Board
Lowman's Agricultural Credit Society ...... ......
Layou Agricultural Credit Society .... ......
Ministry of Pensions ...... ..... ......
.M:nistry of War Transport......
Mesopotamia Agricultural Credit Society
Oils 2nd Fats Conference ...... ...... .... ......
H.M. Paymaster General ..... ... ......
Park Hill Agricultural Credit Society ...... ......
Police Training Course ........ ......
Power Unit for Airport ...... ......

c/f......


Debit Credit
$ $ $


0. 9
10
11
12
13
14
15
17
18
19
20
21


632-35-


6,706-36 632-35


Credit
$





















1-20


A. 1
15
26
B. 21
24
33
C. 3
4
5
22
25
32
34
37
45
53
59
D. 23
E. 2
6
7
G. 31
38
48
H. 2
3
22
25
J. 4
28
32
L. 3
12
15
18
19
23
34
M. 12
20
40
0. 5
P. 1
13
22
26


Debit
$ (
323-68
4,478-00
7,200-00
3,337-00
202-80
58,176-71
1,399-28
3,844-22
3,638-05
1,695-88
5,453-00
2,470-00
30-00
1,220-00
240-00
825-04
150-00
3,615-00
650-74
272-00


3,769-40
29-59
921-70
55-52
12,440-17
8,190-00
9,085-52
480-00
1,920-C0
3,504-33
1,261-38
183-04
309-02
2,855-00
10,584-09
2,229-12
2,855-00
1,265-47
191-76
4,685-00
15.300
840-08
788-00
1,379-26
1,224-00

170,420-85


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









$ 4 $ 4
b/f ...... 170,420-85
Q. 2 Questelles Agricultural Credit Society .. 2,820-00
R. 9 Richland Park Agricultural Credit Society __ 5,928-00
14 Regional Library, Trinidad ... 98-12
16 Recruitment of Workers for U.S.A. ... 8,663-73
S; 12 Suspense A/c .... ..... ...... ..... .... 16,781-93
15 Sloop United Glory" .... ......... ...... 1,065-16
20 Schooner "Azena S." ... .... ... ... 90-00
24 Stubbs Agricultural Credit Society ... 3,672-39
26 Salt Industry Investigations ...... .. 188-00
26 Salt Fish Industry .... 2,998-93
28 Sloop "Phyllis H." .. -- 12-26
34 Survey Expenses Union Island ... -. .. 1,448-97
35 Scheme D. 1510 ..- .. 1,040-00
86 Scheme D. 1003 .. .... 200-00
37 Spence, L. P. .... .. ... ...... ... 48-00
38 Schooner Geraldine H." .... .. ..... 214-68
39 Sloop "Marina" ... ... .... ... 271-26
41 Simmons F. A. ..... ..... ..... .. ...... 37-00
44 Schooner "Hazell Scott" ... .... .... ..... 573-90
45 Schooner "Rainbow M." .. ..... .. ...... 6-20
T. 12 Troumaca Agricultural Credit Society ...... ... 1,693-00
13 Three Rivers Agricultural Credit Society .. 3,254-00
U. 2 University Collegs of the West Indies ... .... 77-20
W. 6 Williams, Calter ..... ... ..... .. ... 60-00
38 Walker, Keith .... ... ..13-44
Y. 11 Yacht "Champ" ... .... ..- ..... 8-57

221,685-59 1-20

Total Debits ..... 221,685-59
Less Total Credits ...... 120

Balance 221,684-39




SUMMARY.
1. Public Officers :
For Cars ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... .... 62,271-42
For Study Purposes ..... ... 3,102-61
Unclassified ..... ...... ...... .... .... 25,098-87

90,472-90
2. Other Administrations ..... ..... .... .... 6,074-01
3. Other Advances ....... ..... .. 221,684-39

Total as per Balance Sheet ...... ...... ...... 318,231-30



V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.

Treasury Chambers,
St. Viiccnt, B.W.I.
29th April, 1952


Name


Debit Credit







APPENDIX VII.


SAINT VINCENT.
STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1951.


Particulars.


Bain Gray Prize Fund.
Malaya 3 per cent Stock


Cotton Factory Depreciation Fund.
St. Vincent Government Savings Bank 2Z ...


Electric Light Plant Depreciation Fund.
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock
Ditto ...
Ditto
\ ustrilia 3" per cent Stock
National War Bonds 2- per cent Stock ...

Sinking Fund-Public Debt.
Electric Plant, Telephone and Road Reconstruction
St. Vincent Inter-Colonial Loan per cent
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock
Ditto
New Zenlani 3- per cent S .ock
Leenc 31 per cent Stocki
Australia 3 per cent Stock
Gold Coast 41 per cent Siock ...
Australia 31 per cent Stock ...
War Loan 3 per cent Stock ...
Gold Coast 3 per cent Stock ...

Sinlcing Fund-Public Debt.
Electricity Generating Unit Loan.
St. Vincent Inter-Colonial Loan, 3al
02/ '


Savings Bonds
Australia
New Zealand
War Loan
i old Coast


cent
cent
cent
cent
cent


Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock


Home Fund.
Malaya 3 per cent Stock


Reserve Fund-Pubhc Debt.
C. D. F. Loan for Housing Scheme.
Commonwealth of Australia 31% Stock ...
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock
Kenya 21 per cent Stock
National War Bonds 2j per cent Stock ...
Australia 3- per cent Stock ...

Sinking Fund-Public Debt.
Hydro-Electric Scheme.
Tamaica 3- per cent Stock
East Africa High Commission 3Z Stock...


Red.


1974/76







1955/65
1960/70
1965/75
1961/66
1954/54



1959
1955/65
1960/70
1955/60
1'957/60
1958/60
1960/70
1956/61
1955/59
1963



1959
1955/65
1958/60
1955/60
1955/59
1963








1964/74
1955/65
1971/76
1952/54
1954/59



1958/68
1966/68


Face Value.


s. d.
5 7


58 14 4



945 13 9
1,081 6 5
951 5 6
368 15 -2
646 8 11
3,993 9 9


4,902
4,625
809
S32
398
1,704
378
413
1,402
702
16,170


Market Value
at 31st Decem-
ber, 1951.

s. d.
181 8 11


If .


58 14 4
=-$281.84


870 0 8
943 9 1
801 9 0
346 12 8
645 10 9
3,607 2 2


*1 ~-


=$17,314.12

5,813 1 9
4,700(( 0 4
813 7 1
864 10 3
420 13 10
1,736 1 3
443 6 2
427 18 8
1,453 11 7
672 15 11
17,351 6 10


=$83,286.44

198 2 10 193 16 5
1,123 13 6 1,142 18 6
261 18 6 266 19 4
93 17 0 98 7 4
200 2 6 207 5 8
95 16 4 91 15 0
1.973 10 8 2,001 2 3
==9,605.34

715 2 4 586 7 8
=$2,814.64


277 14 2 237 8 10
1,061 1 11 936 4 2
443 1 4 356 12 3
516 13 6 516 0 7
649 13 5 639 18 6
2,948 4 4 2,686 4 4
=$12,893.84

668 19, 5 673 3 10
702 8 9 720 1 9
1,371 8S 2 1,393 5 7
=$6,687.74


--


...








Particulars.


Reserve Fund-Public, Debt.
Lowmans-Blabou Water Supply Loan 1932.
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock
National War Bonds 21 per cent Stock ...
Sheffield 3 per cent Stock

Reserve Fund-Public Debt.
Land Settlement Purposes Loan.13
New Zealand 5 per cent Stock
National War Bonds 21 per cent Stock ...
Aiustralia 34 per cent Stock ...
Bradford Corporation 3- per cent Stock ..
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock
Sheffield 3 pe event Stock ...
New Zealand 3 pei cent Steck ...


Motor Launch Depreciation.
St. Vincent Government Savings Bank 2- Z..


Lady Musgrave Prize Fund.
Malaya 3 per cent Stock


Permanent Investment Eruption Fund.
Savings Bond 3 per cent Stock

Sinking Fund-Public Debt.
Public Purposes Loan.
New Zealand 3 per cent Stock
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock
Ditto


Bristol
Australia.
National
Australia
Sheffteld
Austral ia


4- per cent Stock
3) per cent Stock
War Bonds 22- per cent Stock
31 per cent Stock
31 per cent Stock
3 per cent Stock


Refrigeration Plant Depreciation.
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock
Ditto
Ditto
Kenya 2 per cent stock
Australia 3o- per cent Stock
East Afriea; High Coii.mlission 3l


Stoc(k..


Simmons Bequest Fund.
St. Vincent Government Savings Bank 2Si/,

Sugar Industry Funds Price Stabilisation.
Crown Agent? Joint Miscellaneous Fund...


Rehabilitation.
Crown Agents Joir-t Miscellaneous Fund...


Red.


195o/65
19.2/54
1954



1956/71
1952/.4
1950/52
1972/82
1955/65
1954
1952/55








1974/76


Face Value.


I Market Valu,
at 3ist Dicern-
b r, 1951.


Ss. d. s, d.

443 12 9 408 2 11
159 4 11, 159 0 11
457 3 8 452 12 3
1,060 1 4j 1,019 16 1
=$4,895.06


978 10 (
678 7 ;
305 7
301 0 5
780 9 :3
123 16 2
425 7 11
3,592 18 3


213 15 3


92 4 10


1965/75 13,935 15 9


1952/55
1955/65
1960/70
1952/62
1950/52
1952/54
1951/54
1953
1955/58



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


2,496 1 11
1,522 15 10
536 11 4
526 16 6t
2,526 8 3
109 11 10
533 15 8
798 6 6
135 3 6
9,1$5 11 4


1,263
496
429
350
147
39
2.7:-7


1,012 17 0
677 10 4
308 6 11
263 7 8
718 0 6
122 11 5
416 17 9
3,519 11 7
==$1 6,893.98

213 15 3
=$1,026.06


79 1L 9


11,740 18 0
=$ )6,35.32


2,439 3 2
1,569 6 1
536 11 4
571 12 1
2,565 0 8
111 11 2
541 2 5.
8:26 15 4
136 17 6
9.297 19 9
3=44,h10.34

1,162 0 5
432 12 0
361' 14 1
264 7 11
138 11 4
3 t 14 1
2.:;:6 19 10


=$1 1,505.56

30 13 0 :-0 13 0
=--=147.12

676 0 8 676 0 8
=$3,244.96


539 18 8 539 18 8
I =$2,591.68


_____ _I ________Wa__rr_____(___


II -







Market Value
Particulars. Red. Face Value. at 31st Decem-
ber, 1951.


Labour Welfare.
Crown Agents Joint Miscellaneous Fund...

Sinkzng Fund-Public Debt.
Telephone Reconstruction Loan.
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock
National War Bonds 2-} per cent Stock ...

Sinking Fund-Public Debt.
Water Supply Loan 1949.
Jamaica 3-, per eent Stock
East Africa High Commission 3 Z Stock.


Savings Bank.
Gold Coast 42
Mauritius 3o
Nigeria 3
Northern Rhodesia 3U
Trinidad 31
Australia 3
Com. of Australia 3-
Birmingham 34
Consols 4
Essex 3
Leeds 31
Middlesex 3j
Salford 31
Savings Bonds 3
Savings Bonds 3
Savings Bonds 3
Sheffield 3d
War Loan 3
War Loan 3&
Wholverampton 3-
Salford 3j
New Zealand 31
National War Bonds
Com. of Australia 3
Federated Malaya Sta
Kenya 22
Nigeria 31


per cent Stuock
per cent Stock ...
per cent Stock
per cent Stock
per cent Stock
per cent Stock ...
per cent Stock ...
per cent Stock
per cent Stock
per cent Stock
per cent Stock
p-r cent Stock
per cent Stock ...
per cent Stock
per cent Stock
per cent Stock
per cent Stock
per cent Stock
per cent Stock
per cent Stock
per cent Stock
per cent A Stock
21 per cent Stock ...
per cent Stock ...
ites 3 per cent Stock
per cent Stock
per cent Stock


1955/65
1952/54



1958/68
1966/68



1956
1957/62
1955
1955/65
1958/68
1954/59
1961/06
1957/62
1957--
1952/72
1958/62
1957/62
1954/64
1955/65
1960T70
1965/75
1968
1955/59
1952-
1959/64
1953/63
1962/65
1952/54
1975/77
1960/70
1971/76
1964/66


S s. d. s. i.
271 2 l1 71 2
=$1,30i.30


873 0 6 886 1! 3
506 2 11 513 1 9
1,371 3 5 1,399 13 0
=I 6,71 .3y


668 19 5
702 8 9
1,371 %i 2


1,423
598
2,229
951
1,210
2,000
1,500
2,.47
1,630
1,185
1,255
4,163
1,000
29,959
13,180
27,601
1,000
6,598
3,9S8
1,612
1,000
587
1,949
2,659
2,013
686
151


673 3 10
720 1 9
1,393 5 7
=$6,687.74


2,496
577
2,229
913
1,189
1,970
1,410
2,1:3
1,467
1,054
1,186
4,059
935
27,562
11,401
23,254
945
6,615
3,230
1,507
955
5: 7
1,947
2,167
1,670
552
144


115,384 8 7 104,104 17 10
=$553, 845.26=$499,703.4s


Add Loan to Central Housing and Planning Authority ... 9.600.00
$509, i03.4 S
SUMMARY OF INVESTMENTS.
Market Value.


Public Debt-R.eserve Funds
Public Debt--Sinking Funds
Special Funds ..


s.
7,225 12
32,836 13
126,487 11
166,549 16


d. $
0 = 34,682
0 = 157,615
2 = 607.140
' = 799,-4.39


Examined,


J. V. GATCHFIELD,
Principal Auditor, Wd. Is.
31st July, 1952.


V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY CITHABERS,
ST. VINCENT, B.W .I.,
31st Jul-, 1.952.










APPENDIX VIII.

STATEMENT OF LOANS REPAYABLE TO THE COLONY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1951.


SAINT VINCENT.


To Whom Made


.OAAN FUNDS

Town of Kingstown -

COLONIAL DVELOPIMENT FUND

Saint Vincent Co-operative Ar-
rowrcot Association ...... ...


GEiE:.RA REVENUE

Caliaqua, Town of .... -

Kingstown, Town of ......

Lowman's Agric. Credit Society


Chateaubelair, Town of -.

C-: laqua, Town of -

Three Rivers Agric. Credit So-
ciety.... ...... .....

Agricultural Credit Societies _


Amount Date Authority

$ I


6,720-00 1930 .'ngsto.'n Board Loan Ord.
No. 4 1930


24,000-00

76,800-00

43,200-00


150,720-00


1930

1931

1932


-- II


1,680-00

9,600-00

1,749-00


528-00

480-00


500-00

10,609-00


25,146-00


1914

1946

1948


1950

1950


1950

1951


it. Vincent Co-operative Arrow-
root Association Loan Ord.


S. of S. Despatch W.I. St. V.
No. 95 of 19.12.13.
S. of S. Despatch W.I. St. V.
No. 21 of 14.5.46
Ordinance No. 1 of 1934


Governor

Ditto


Ditto

Ordinance No. 1 of 1934


Amounts
Repaid
$ .


6,240-00






140,036-30


146,276-30


1,554-00

4,388-21

1,748-54


103-23




100-00


Balances as at Rate of Interest and Terms of Repayment.
31st Dec. 1951
$ 0


480-00 Interest at 5% p.a.-Repayable by annual con-
tribution of $336 to a Sinking Fund, ceased 1949.


3,963-70



4,443-70


126-00

5,211-79

.46


424-77

480-00


400-00

10,609-00


- I I~


7,893-98


17,252-02


Repayable in 15 equated annuities-Interest at
the rate of 5% p.a. Last repayment to be ef-
fected in February, 1952.





To be repaid by yearly repayments of $42.00.
Interest at the rate of 312% p.a.
Repayable over a period of 10 years by equated
annuities. Interest at rate of 3/2% p.a.
Loan to be repaid within a year-Interest at the
rate of 4% p.a.

To be repaid by equated annuities of $119-08.

To be repaid by yearly instalments of $48-00.
Interest at 3% p.a.

Loan for 5 years free of interest

Loan bearing interest at 4 % p.a. to be paid
within one year


Examined,


AUDIT OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT,
31st July, 1952.


J. V. GATCHFIELD,
Principal Auditor, W.I.


V. D. ARCHER,
TREABGURY Colonial Treasurer.
ST. VINCnT,
31st July, 1952.


_ I - --- -- - - ------- -


I


I


- 1 1-









APPENDIX IX.

Statement of Balances (Excluding Special Funds, etc.) as at 31st December, 1951.


LAST YEAR.

$ c.
158,577 00













96,985 00
230,845 00


486,407 00


LIABILITIES.


DEPOSITS :-
Windward Islands Administration:
Grenada ...
Camden Park Revolving Fund ...
Controller of Supplies Trading a/c ...
Sundry Deposits:-
Other Administrations ...
General ...


Overdrafts:-
Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fund ...

S'arplns:
Colony's Reserve Fund
General Revenue Balance ...


$ c.






39,830 25
67,503 32


$ c.


99,830
1,956
9,980


107,333 57


219,100 93



91,200 00



97,176 17


LAST YEAn.

$ c.
301,950 00
















206,833 00




314,181 00

520,464 00


336,(C07 00

184,457 00

301,950 00
I


407,477 10 486,407 00


ASSETS.


ADVANCES:
Authorised
Public Officers ...
Other Administrations ...
General ...

Post Office
Windward Islands AIl ininlitral ij(,s
Dominica
St. Luicia;







CASH:-
In Hani and at ank ...
With Crown Ageints on Current a[/,
Drafts and Remiittances intranmit

invertn:e:its at Markt Value


LESS
Balances of Special Funds etc. in
hands of Treasurer


$ c.


90,472 90
6,074 01
221,684 39



976 40
5,:96 91


47,086 28
1,290 94
505 98


$ c.




318,2:1 30

46,279 20


$ c.


6,7:; 31 370,883 84


48,883 20

60,000 00

108 883 20


72,219 94


,t,'.i'';) z 36,593 26



407.477 10


Note:-
The Colony's Reserve Fund was carried to
Gjaeral Revenue when the Investments on its
a count were sold out during 1951.


Exam-ined,


AUDIT OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT,
31 ,t Jnly, 1952.


J. V. GATCHIFIELD,
Principal A udit T.I.


Note:-
The 1t vestments on behalf of the Colony
wer-' sold out durhig 1951.


V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.


TREASURY CHAMBEP.S,
ST. VINCENT, 1.W.T.
3l1t July. 1951).











.AINT VINCENT.


APPENDIX X.


STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS, ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN :.E 3 P2LIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1951.


Eli:.nces as at 1st January,
1&51 ...... ...... ..... ....

FR;ce'pLs during 1951......


Payments during 1951


Depreciation
of Securities
Appreciation )

Ealances as at 31st December,
1351 ...... ............

Investments held at Market
Price ......

Cash in hands of Treasurer.....

Cash ida to Treasurer


Balances as above


Bain Gray Colonial Devel- Cotton 'Factoryli on r07,':,a'wcx
Prize Fund. cprmcnt & Wel- Cotton Working Depreciation As.:c .z3:
fare Schemes Account. Fund. A-- :nt.
Advances.

$ $ $ $ 4 $

1,014-33 136,607-56 34,838-30 24,468-82 3,2 3 10

31-88 225,037-39 450,297-74 4,758-24 2,91A-48
1,0-f46-24 361-4,704-95 485,136-04 29,227-06 6,187:58

309,649-97 452-936-87 28,945-22 2.931-48
1,046-24 52,054-98 32,199-17 281-84 3,226-10

111-54




934-70 52,054-98 32,199-17 281-84 3.226-10


870-94 281-84

63-76 52,054-98 32,199-17 3,226-10




934-70 52,054-98 32,199-17 281-84 3,223 13


-- - --- ----9~-"~~


Net Cash Balance in hands of Treasurer ...- $102,981-92


I


E!eccricity Electric
Ge:."raii.:: Light P:,nt:
Unit Loan Depreciatic
Expendtlz re. Fund.
$ $ $

122-16 16,664-03

4,294-28
122-16 20,958-31

1,872-00
122-16 19,086-31

1,772-18




122-16 17,314-13


17,314-12

122-16 *01




122-16 17,314-13


Graham Hayward
Bequest X-Ray Fund. Totals.
Fund.

$ $ $

30,097-66 163-02 247,202-01

839-88 688,280-89
30,937-54 163-02 935,482-90

15,784-82 812,150-36
15,152-727 163 02 123,332-54

1,888-72




15,152-72 163-02 121,448-82


18,466-90

15,152-72 163-02 102,981-92




15,152-72 163-02 121,448-82


Net Cash Balance in hands of Treasurer .... $102,981.92









STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS, ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1951.


Balances a3 at 1st January
1951 ...... ..... ......

Receipts during 1951 ......


Payments Curing 1951 -


Depreciation 1)
precaution of Securities
Appreciation

Balances as at 31st December,
1951 ...... ......

Investment held at Market
Price ...... ...... ...... -

Cash in hands of Treasurer-.


Cash cduT to Treasurer -

Balances as above -


2,969.08


lJ,',ne Fund.



$ '

3,175-12

154-44
3,329"56


3,329-5G

360-48




2.9 9-08


2 814-64

154-44


Motor Launch Muagrave
Depreciation Przze Fund.
Fund

$ '$

1,001-04 409-56

25-02 6-64
1,026-06 416-20


1,028*06 416"20

27-30




1,026-06 388-90


1,Q26-06 382-26

6-64




1,02-06 388-90


56,356-32


18-66




18-66


11,505-56

34-13


11,539-69
,r!


12,893-84






12,893-84


40-.00

480-00


480-00


Net h Bimalan in hands of Treasurer $869387


reservee 'una
Permanent Public Purposes Refrigeration for Colonial Res. Fd. for
Investment Loan Plant Depre- Development Kingstown Bd.
Eruption Fund Expenditure. ciation Fund Fund Loan for Water Supply
Housing Loan 1930.
Scheme.
$ 0 I $ $ 0 $ I

120,000-00 18-66 12,114-13 13,790-30 480-00

1,559-50 1,865-42
120,000.00 18-66 13,673-63 15,6f55-72 480-00

60,000-00 576-00 1,49026
60,000-00 18-66 13,097-63 14,165-46 480W00

3,643-68 1,557-91 1,271-62




56,35632 18-66 11,539-69 12,893-84 480-00


-


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


Totals.


$ 'A

150,988-81

3,611-02
154,599-83

62,066-26
92,533"57

6,861-02




85,672-55


84,978-68

693-87




85,672-55


53,356-32


P-m


_


- - --









STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS, ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1951.


Balances as at 1st January
1951 ...... ......

Receipts during 1951.....


Payments during 1951


Depreciation
Appreciation of Securities
Appreciation J

Balances as at 31st December,
1951 ...... ...... ...... .....

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

Cash in hands of Treasurer._


Cash due to Treasurer

Balances as above -_


Reserve Fund Reserve F,
for Land Settle- for Lowmnans-
ment Loan Biabou Water
1932. Supply Lca-z
1934.
$8 $ 4

16,437-42 5,042 92

6,519-22 145-64
22,956-64 5,19556

5,128-98
17,827-66 5,195-56

933-68 300-50


Simnlons
Bequest
Fund.


$ 4

721-54

3-56
725-1.3


725-10


Rural Water
Savings Bank Supply, 1950
A ccouUd. Loan Fund.


$ 4 $ 4

512,774-53 6,747-34

223,224 03 58,303-38
732,998-01 65,050 '70

222,409-36 72,965-31
510,589-25 7,914-61 Dr.

48,052-46


16,893-98 4,895-06 725-10 462,536-79


16,893-98


4,895-06


147-12

577-98


16,898*98 4,895-06 725-10


509,303-48




46,766-69

462,536-79


7,914-61 Dr.







7,914-61

7,914-61 Dr.


$ 4

2,590-72

1,410-32
4,001-04

2,954-36
1,046-68


1,046-68 11,777-83 9,407-08 499,367-91


1,301-30




254-62

1,046-68


Net Cash Balance in hands of Treasurer $39,009-67 Dr.


Sugar Industry Sugar Industry Sugar Industry
Funds for Funds for Funds for
Labour Welfare. Price Rehabilitation.
Stabilisation.


$

6,460-41

5,317-42
11,777-83


$ 4

5,159-79

4,247-29
9,407-08


9,407-08


Totals


V 9

555.41-67

26,1*0-89
=81e,11-56

308,458-01
548,654-55

49,286-64


3,244-96

8,532-87




11,777-83


2,591-68

6,815-40




9,407-08


538,377-58

15,926-25


54,935-92

490,36791


L~liL-IE~IYLPF~---~*D1---- --_- II I I------Y~------ II I~-I


---


-I I









STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS, ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1951.


Town of
Barrouallie


Town of
Calliaqua


Town of
Chateaubelair


I I


Balances as at 1st January
1951 ...... ..... -
Receipts during 1951 ...


Payments during 1951


Depreciation
Aof Securities
Appreciation
Balances as at 31st December,
1951 ...... ...... -

Investments held at Market
Price ...... ......
Cash in hands of Treasurer-.

Cash due to Treasurer

Balances as above


$ 4

791-18
1,846-95
2,638-13


$ 4

2,043-32
1,648-11
3,691-43


$ 4

185-03
1,804-40
1,989-43


Town of
Georgetown.


$ 4

956-00
3,078-08
4,034-08


1,888-83 2,539.60 1,847*33 2,899-68
749.30 1,151-83 142-10 1,134-40


SI I- I I


749-30


749-30


SUMMARY:
Total of Balances of Accounts at 31.12.51.

Page 1
Page 2...... ....
Page 3 ...... ....
Page 4 ...... .. ...


1,151-83


142-10


1,134-40


I -- I I I --C L Y I


1,151-83


142-10


1,134-40


Total of Investments at 31.12.51.


$
121,448-82
85,672-55
499,3q7-91
7,623:82

714,113-10"


Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4


Town of
Kingsttorn.


$

10,010-58
53,105-11
63,115-69

61,371-00
1,744"69


1,744-69


1,744-69


Town of
Layou


$ 0

645-97
2,031-42
2,677.39

"2,556-00
121-39





121-39


121-39


- -- .t -1a1 1 4 A0 1-n- i rnj 1 o. 1 1 .- --' -- - __ ^ .
14.'~Jr


Town of
Port Elizabeth


$ 4

30-31 Dr.
2,064-33
2,034-02

2,682-19
648-17 Dr.


West Indies
University
Scholarship
Fund.


$ 4

1,200-00
2,028-28
3,228-28


3,228-28


648-17Dr. 3,228-28


648-17


3,228-28


Totals.


$ 4

15,801-77
67,606-68
83,408-45

75,784-63
7,623-82


7,623-82



8,271-99

648-17


Net- cash- balnc in h ofTreasure-7,r


Net cash balance in halidi of Treasurer ...... $7,623-82

Net cash balance in hands of Treasurer at 31.12.51.
$ ;$ 4
18,466-90 Page 1 ...... ...... ...... 102,981-92
84,978-68 Page 2 ...... .. .... ... 93-87
538,377-58 Page 3 ...... 39,009.67 Dr.
Page 4 ..... 7,q3g 8

641,823-16 72,289-04


J. V. GATCHOIELD,
Principal Auditor, WJ.


V. D. ARCBH,
Colonsal 2gruam.


AUDIT OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT,
31st July, 1952.


a. Vmm ,
311 July, 198.


Examined,


IIWIL~L~L*-~I )IIIIIIII~


749-30


142-10.U


l,134-40U


I,I' o69


121-3I


648 17 UDr.


7-B23.2.








APPENDIX XI.

DETAIL D 8TA'IMINT OF DEPOSITS AS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1951.
M]SBCLANEOUS ".

A/c. Name Debit Credit
$ 4 $4


B. 1
4
6
7
8
9

0. 1
4
6
7
9
12
D. 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
E. 1
2
F. 2
3
4
5

2
a. 2
L. 1
2
3
J. 2

K. 3
L. 1



M.






N.
P.




R.



8.


2 Lartigue, Louis Cools
i London B.A. Exam Fees ...... ......
5 Local Welfare ......
1 Manufacturers Life Insurance Company
2 Maritime Charitable War Fund...
3 Ministry of Labour ...... ......
4 Ministry of Supply ...... ......
5 Lady Musgrave Prize Fund ...... ......
6 Marriaqua Village Council ...... ....
8 Mancini, G. V. ......
1 Neehall, Bert R. ..... ..
i Eliza Phillips Bequest Fund ....
2 Police Fines ...... ...... ...
3 Port Elizabeth Extension ...... ......
5 Private Latrine Programme
5a Phillips, F. A..... ..... ..... ...
1 Receiver of Wrecks ...... ......
2 Registrar's Remittances ...... .... ......
3 Raw Cotton Commission
4 Recruitment of Workers for U.S.A.
1 Salvaged Rubber ...... ...... ......
3 Sight Entries .......
4 Standard Life Assurance Company
5 Suitors Money, P.M. 1D. ......
6 do. do. P.M. 3D. ..
7 do. do. P.M. 3D ...... ....
8 Suitor's Money, Registrar S.C .....


Carried forward.....


4,483-77







859-07
221-41
3,533-02


126-13
317-20
105-00
77-17

12-00
4-92


II


Barbados Mutual Life Insurance Sedely -
British Preferential Tari ff
British Guiana Airways Service .
Bonadie Conrad ..
Black Fish Oil...... .
British Honduras Widows and Orphans Pen-
sions Scheme ..... ..... -
Cambridge Local and L.M. Exam Fees -
Confederation Life Association ...
Crown Life Assurance Company .
Colonial Life Insurance Company -
Coutts, Walter F. ...... ...... ......-
Customs Sales ...... ...... ......
Demerara Mutual Life Assurance Society
Distressed Emigrants Fund-old a/c
do. do. do. -new a/ ......
Dominion of Canada Life Insurance Company
Drivers' Examination Fees ...... .
Diamond Air Field ...... ..... .....
Davis, Fred
Examination of Boats ..... ...
Excise Duty ...... ...... .
Fort Institutions-Comfort Fund _
Fees, Govt. Housing Loans Board. -.
Fair Hall Trust Fund_ .
Fees, Intermediate School -
Games Fees, G.H.S. ...... ...... ..
do. Grammar School _
Hospital Fees .. .- -
Import Duty ...... .. .... .. -
Inspection Fees, Motor Vehicles ..
Insurances.. ..
Jamaica Widows & Orphans Pensions Scheme
a Johnson, Eric ...... ...... ......
Kingstown New Market Loan Repayment .
Land and House Tax Sales ...... ...... ......


8-40
16,464-00
100-00
42-74
147-29
2-09
6,533-37
1,776-13
12-00
290-52
190-12
456-95
627-6T
235-80
13,652-77
249-45
96-00
960-00
473-94
10-00

721-01

44-22
9-60
121-00
134-60
99-34
5-00
213-40
44-36
10-00
2,610-32
392-45

117763
31-38

15,310-43
32-12
269-55


167-54
258-48
348-69
1-52
353-08

13,003-87 66,504-50


26-40
1,049-13
999-48
776-20
552-00


496-10




















15-12

2,124-97











100-00


2-55








A/c. Name Debit Credit
$ 4 $


Brought forward
Sun Life Assurance Company _
Suspense A/c .... -
Sub-Accountant's Discrepancies-Suspense a/c
Salt Fish Industry ..... .... ..... -
Sale of Crown Lands-U.I. ..... .
Senior Customs Officer ... ...
Troumaca Village .... ..... .
Tuition Fees-Evening Classes ..
United Aid to China Fund ....
United Nations Appeal for children
Unpaid Salaries ...... ..... .....
Velox, Norris ...... ...... ...... ... ..... ....
Windward Islands Contingent-Benefits Fund
Windward Islands Battalion-Comforts Fund
Warner, Jonathan ......... ......
Wilkins, Elmina ..... .... ........


Examined,


AUDrr OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT,
31st July, 1952.


13,003-87
547-04


66,504-50

11,212-43
17-02
613-21
531-94
841-29
90"69
21-50
21-50


9
11
12
16
18
19
T. 3
4
U. 1
2
3
V. 1
W. 4
5
8
9


Total Credits .... 81,054-24
Less Total Debits ..... 13,550-92

Balance .. 67,503-32

V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.
Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent, B.WI.


J. V. GATOHHEELD,
Principal Auditor, WJ.
n)


OTHERR ADMINISTRATIONS ".

A/c. Name Debit Credit
$ $ .,


Government
"
"f
13
"f
"
"


Antigua ......
British Guiana
Jamaica .... -
Lebanon
St. Kitts-Nevis .....
Trinidad and Tobago
Virgin Islands ......


Total Credits
Less Total Debits

Balance


SUMMARY :
Miscellaneous ......
Other Administrations






Examined,
J. V. GATCHi
AUDIT OFFICE, Pr ncipal Az
ST. VINCENT,
31st July, 1952.


138-94
28,949-64
4,964-16
2-76
123-39
5,651-37
*01

.01 39,830-26

39,830-26
-01

30,830-25


.... .. 607,503-32
39,830-25

107,333,57

V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.
Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.
FIELD,
ditor, W.I.


242-80
809-34
26176
120-00
*72
*84

13,550-92 81,054-24


G. 6
7
8
9
11
12
19









APPENDIX XII.

STATEMENT OP EXPENDITURE FROM LOAN FUNDS AS AT 31st DECEMBER, 1951.


Loan Ordinances and Items in Schedule.


No. 33 of 1936
for Public Purposes Loan, 1937 ...
(Reconstruction of Windward Highway)

No. 3 of 1939
for Electricity Generating Unit, 1939 ...

No. 6 of 1948
for Hydro-Electric Development ...

No. 6 of 1948
for Rural Water Supply, 1950 ...


Totals
Provided by
Law.


$ c
30,720 00



14,400 00


216,000 00


120,000 00


Amount
raised by
Loan Issue.


$ c.
30.720 00



15,054 54


120,000 00


115,200 00


280,974 54


ExPENDITrtE. I


To end of
previous year.


$ c.
30,701 34



14,932 38


120,000 00


50,852 66


216,486 38


S Y Total
This Year. at 31. 12.51.


$
Nil


Nil


34 (;6


72,261 95


72,296 61


$ c.
30,701 34



14,932 38


120,034 66


123,114 61


288,782 99


Amount over
spent an and
Balance. charged to a/c.
Advance

$ c. $ c.
16 66 Nil.


122 16


Nil.


Nil.


Nil.


34 66


7,914 61


tI -


140 82


7,949 27


______ ___ I _______ ..


V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.


Examined,


AUDIT OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT,
31st July, 1952.


J. V. GATCHFIELD,
Principal Auditor, W.I.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
SAINT VINCENT,
29. 5. 1952.










eAINT VINCENT.


APPENDIX XIII.

-' STATEMENT OF PUBLIC DEBT OF. THE COLONY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1951.


Description of Loan.


DEBENTURE HOLDERS.

Kingstown Board Water Sup-
ply Losn, 1U33.


Lowmans-Biabou Water
ply Loan. 1934.


Land Settlement


Sup-


Loan 1935.
: *. l .: i


Public Purposcz Loan, 1937.





Telephone Reconstruction
Loan, 1938.


When incurred and for
what purpose.


In 1930 for additional Water
Supply for the Town of
Kingstown





In 1934 to provide a Water
Supply in the district ex-
tending from Lowmans to
Blabou in Charlotte Parish


In 1935 for the extension
of the Land Settlement
Scheme.


in 1937 for completion of the
Mental Home, extension ot
Electric Lights to Calliaqua
and improvements to Roads.


'1 1938 for reconstruction of
the Telephone Service on
the Windward Coast.


Provision for repayment
and Legal Authority.


'Kingstown Board
dinance, 1330".
Reserve Fund).


Iin Or-


'The Lowmans-Biabou Water
Supply Ordinance, 1933".
Reserve Fund).



'Land Settlement Loan (Con-
version) Ordinance, 1935".
Reserve Fund).


linking Fund Contribution.
'Public Purposes Loan Ordin-
ance, 1936".



Sinking Fund Contribution.
'Telephone Loan Ordinance,
1938".








forwardd .


Amount of
Original pe4t.


8 4

6,720-00






4,800-00





19,680-00




43,4-8.00


7,200-00









81,888-00


Rate of
Interest.




5% '


3 .


3%/4%


Accumulated
Funds for
Iledemp'io 1.


$ #

480-00.






4,895-06





16,893-9




44,630-34





6.718-32


73,617 70


Amount repaid.
,,, t.,


$ 4

6,240-00






Nil





Nil




Nil





Nil


6,241; V'


Apiount out-
standing at end
' of year. -1-


$ 4

480-00






4,800-00





19,689.00




43,488-00(





7,200-00









'75,648-30


Remarks.


Botl principal and interest
ar payable from local rates
but are a charge on Gener-
al' Revenue in case of de-
fault.'
Loan' xrtinguishable in 1949.


Both principal and
are a charge on
Revenue. Loan
gfishable in 1914.


interest
General
extin-


Both principal and interest
are a charge on General
Revenue.
Loan extinguishable in .952.

Both principal and interest
are a :charge on' General
Revenue.
Loan extinguishable in 1953.


Both principal and interest
are a charge on General
Revenue, Redemption date,
15th September, 1953.


- ----- -' -I I r I


- I


I


__ I~_


----- ---I-----~--------..rr~-~----









STATEMENT OF PUBLIC DEBT OF THE COLONY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1951.
~~ w~~3~~~ P~~... ,m- -- ----~~---- ;-


Description of Loan.



DEBENTURE HOLDERS
(contd.).

lydro-Electric Loan, 1949.





71.ter Supply Loan, 1949.


ural Water
1950.


Supply Loan,


COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT
FUND.

.oan for Housing Scheme.
(Scheme 161).


,oall for Ice & Cold
Plant.
(Scheme 181).


Storage,


,oan for Public Health
Scheme
(Scheme 152).


When incurred and for
what purpose.


In 1940, for development of
Hydro-Electric Power in Co-
lorarie River Valley, to sup
ply Kingstown & Windward
Districts,

,n 1949, for Water Supply to
Metropolitan Area, from
headwaters of the Yambot
River.


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





.n 191, to improve the hous-
ing conditions of labourers
in the Windward and Lee-
ward Districts.

;: 1931, for providing the Col-
cny with an Ice and Cold
Storage Plant.


In 1932, for improving Sani-
tation in the Colony.


Provision for repayment
and Legal Authority.


Brought forward


Sinking Fund Contribution.
Loan Ordinance, 1948




Sinking Fund Contribution.
Loan Ordinance, 1948




Sinking Fund Contribution.
Loan Ordinance, 1948







Repayable in instalments of
311 per annum beginning
in the 6th year.
(Reserve Fund).

Repayable by equateI annui-
ties covering both prin:;ipa]
and interest from 10th tc
20th years.

Repayalle by 20 equate:', an-
nuities including principal
and interest.


Carried forward


---T----~


506,257-20


Rate of
Interest.


Amount of
Original Debt.


$ G
81,888-00


120,000-00





120,000-00





115,200-00








29,805-30




30,680-70




8,683-20


- I I


Accumulated
Funds for
Redemption.


$ 0
73,617-70


6,687-74





6,687-74





Nil








12,893-84




Nil




Nil


99,887-02


Amount
Amount repaid. outstanding
at end of year.


$ 4
6,240-C0


Nil





Nil





Nil








20,863-64




30,070-74




8,019-58


65,202-96


$ 0
75,648-00


120,000-00





120,000-00





115,200-00








8,941-66




600-96




663-62


441,054-24


__ _ _ _ _ _ _


REimarL:.


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


Both principal and interest
are a charge on General
Revenue, Loan extinguish-
able in 1974.


Both principal and interest
are a charge on General
Revenue, Loan extinguish-
able in 1975.





Loan for twenty-five years
free of interest for first ten
years.


Loan for twenty years, free
of interest for first five
years.
Repayment commenced in
1941.
Repayment commented in
1933.


-


3y2%





31/2%





32%%








5%




5%



5%


~, --- ---- --









STATEMENT OF PUBLIC DEBT OF THE COLONY AT 31ST DECEMBER, '1951.


Description of Loan.


Loan for Reconstruction of
Roads.
(Scheme 167).


Loan to St. Vincent Co-oper-
ative Arrowroot Associa-
tion.
(Scheme 165).



Loan for reorganisation of
Syrup Industry.
(Scheme 397).

COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT
AND WELFARE SCHEMES.

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





Loan for purchase of Camden
Park Estate.
(Scheme D. 233).


When incurred and for
what purpose.


In 1931 for reconstructing the
roads of the Colony.







In 1930, 5,000; in 1931,
16,000; and in 1932 9,000
for marketing and control
of all arrowroot produced
in the Colony and intended
to be exported therefrom.

In 1935 120; in 1936 420; in
1937 450 and in 1988 390,
for reorganization of the
Syrup Industry.



In 1945 for purchase of Snagg
Estate, Canouan, for Land
Settlement purposes.




In 1943, for establishment of
an Agricultural Experiment
Station, at Camden Park.


Provision for repayment
and Legal Authority.


Brought forward.


Repayable from 2nd to 5th
years inclusive at the rate
of 3.25 per 100 of ir.-tal-
ment of Loan and there-
after by 15 equal annual re-
payments of principal at
5.8 per cent. of each in-
stalment of loan issued with
dimins'-dng interest.

Repayable by equated annui-
ties including principal and
interest. "St. Vincent Co-!
operative Arrowroot Asso-
ciation Loan Ordinance,
1931.

Loan for twenty years. Re-
payable by equated annui-
ties of principal and inter-
est.



First instalment of Loan for
23 years, free of interest for
first three years, then re-
payable with interest at
3Y2% by equated annuities
over a period of 20 years.

Loan for fifteen years. Free
of interest for 3 years and
at 3 % for the remainder
of the Currency. Repayable
by equated annuities.

Carried forward.


Amount of
Original Debt.


$
506,257-20


48,000-00









144,000-00





6,624-00


9,120-00






11,203-20





725,20440


Accumulated
Funds for
Redemption.


Amount repaid.


$ 4
65,202"96


Rate of
Interc-t.





5%












532%









31/2%


4,114-36


99,887-02 261,50


mI tount out-
standing at end
of year.


$ 0
441,054-24


924-40


Remarks.


Free of interest for the first
five years, and repayable
within twenty years.


$ 4
99,887-02


Nil








Nil





Nil






Nil


483,797494


47,075-60









140,036-30





3,975-48






1,101-76


commenced in


commenced


8,118-24





7,088-84


3,963-70 Both principal and interest
are a charge on General
Revenue. Loan free of in-
terest for i'rst 5 years and
repayable within twenty
years.
2,648-52 Repayment commenced in
1939.


c-- --~I I----cl-~~





--


I


I


Repayment
1949.





Repayment
1947.









STATEMNMT-Q4i9 plBLIC DEBT;OF T PI CqLONY AT 31ST DECE~FvI4E 1951.
-Provision for repay en


Description of Loan.



COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT
AND WELFARE SCHEMES.


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


Union


CROWN AGENTS FOR THE
COLONIES.


Electric
Road
1929.


Light, Telephone and
Reconstruction Loan,


Electricity Generating
Loan, 1939.


When incurred and
what purpose.


for


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


Provision for repayment
and Legal Authori."


Brought, forward



Loan for twenty-flve years
Icepayable, by equated' ani
nuities with interest at 3%
per annum.


In 1929 for reconstructioiSiinig Fund Contribution.
of the Roads of the Colony, "Loan Ordinance, 1929 and
installing Electric Light in i')31'.
Kingstown and. rcconstfc-1
tion of the Teleplhone Sy.s-J
tem.


In 1939 for. provision of addi
tional Generating Unit at
the Electricity Department.


anigking
Loan
1q39,


Fund Contribution.
Ordinance No. 3 of


SAmount of
Original Debt.


--O


$ 4
725,204-40



5,76000






127,850-46


17,454-54





876,269-40


A(. 1snu ated
Fu-nds for
RKc-im-ntionu. .


$ 0
99,887-02



Nil







03,26-41






9,605-34


Amount out,-
A.rmunt repaid. endingng at end
of year.


$ 0
261,506-43



1,404-64







Nil






Nil


10`,778-80 22,911-10


$ 4
463,797-94



4,355-36






127,850-46






17,454-54


613,458-30


e marks.


Repayment
1944.


commenced


Both principal and interest
are q charge on General
Revcnuie. Redemption date
15t'i June, 1959.



Both principal and interest
are a charge on General
IZcv~:.ue. Redeemable in
1959.


A. ___________________ h -~~


Examined.


Audit Office,
St. Vineent,
31st July, 1952,


Certified correct.


J. V. GATCHFIELD,
Principal Audttqr Wd. Islands.


V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.


Treasury,
ilt. Vincent. B.W.1.,
31st July, 1952,







APPENDIX XIV.

SAVINGS BANK 1951.


Revenue and Expenditure Account for the year ended 31st December, 1951.


Expenditure.

T.) Interest on Closed
Accounts ...
Interest Capitalised ...
,, Contribution to Revenue
towards cost of Ma-
nagement ...
Balance carried to
Reserve ...


$

181
11,952


1,000 00


$ c.





13,133 41

844 41

13,977 82


Revenue.


By Interest on Investments
,, Sale of Pass Books ...


Deposits and Withdrawals Account for the year ended 31 st December, 1951.


Deposits.

To Balance on Depositor's
Accounts as at 1st
January 1951 ...
,, Deposits during the year
,. Interest on deposits for
the year
Paid on Closed
Accounts ...
Capitalised ...


$ c. $ C.



512,100 89
206,246 26



181 33
1 11,952 08 !21,379 67

730.-14 0 .l (


Withdrawals.

By Withdrawals during the
year ...
,, Balance on Depositors'
Accontls :;s at 31st
Decemilbe, 1951 .


Loan Account.


T, Balance as at 1st Janu-
ary, 1951


S c.

14,400 00


14,400 00


By R, payment
., Balance as at 31st
December, 1951


$ c.
4,800 00

9,600 00


14,400 00


$ c.


13,973 98
3 84


$ e.



15,977 82






13,977 82


$ c.


221,409 36


509,071 20





730,480 56


14,400 00







lavestmet AdJustnmet Aceout 1951.
'.


To Depreciation


of Investments


$ c.

... 48,052 46


By Balance carried
Reserve A/c


Or
S c..

48,052 46


to


Reserve Account 1951.


To investment Adjustment Account


$

48,052


48,052 46


By Balance on e1t Janu-
ary, 1951
,, Revenue and Expendi-
ture Account
,, Balance on 31st De-
cember, 1961 ...


0. $ C.

673 64


844 41

46,534 41


Balance Sheet as at 31st December, 1951.


Liabilities.


Depositors' Accounts


509,071
509,071


c.

20


Assets.


Investments at Market
Value as at 31st De-
cember, 1951
By Crown Agents ...
Central Housing &
Planning Authority...


DEDUCT Cash due to
Treasurer

Balance on Reserve
Account


Examined,

AUDrr OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT,
31st July, 1952.


J. V. GATCHFIELD,
Principal Auditor, W.I.


$ c.


499,703 48

9,600 00
509,303 48
509,303 48 ]


46,766


69 462,536


46,534 41


509,071 20

Note : There i a.contingent liability of $3,738.12.



V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCBNT, B.W.I.
31st July, 1952.









COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE TRANSACTIUONU 13!.

CREDIT OF IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT DEBITS AGAINST IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT BALANCES 31.12.51
Transfers
Scheme e Isuefrom Cft
NTILE Balance due Issues from Gros N Uot qualify-: Covered Recoverable 6a!,T:cD .u oto al Due from
No. to H.M.S. ColonialOffice Total Expenditure ing for Reim- L y clcal from U.K. tfron HMG icoverable u Imperial IImperial
at 1.1.51 in 1951 1951 bursement iReci -ts 1951 1.1.51 from U.i. Hea u Government Government
Head1


D
13A(aa)

13A(al)

13B(aj)

13B(h)

13C(ae)

13C(j)

13D(e)

20

105A

107A
150
174A
200B(an

200C(e)

200C(m)
200C(n)
200D(a)
200D(e)
200D(g)

201A(a)

227A

270&AB(
277

351
306C


$ t $ V
Add Equipment for Sec.
Schools 72-00
Equipment for Sec.
Schools 17-13
Woodworking Tools for
Primary Schools 119-60
Construction of Experi-
mental Walls 1,444-97
Portable Gramophone
for S.W. Dept. 10-28
Fibre & Matmaking In-
dustry Mental Home 1-20
iFurnishing Community
Hall at Mt. Bentinck
Leasehold Settlement,
Bequia 504-42
Salaries &c Agricultural
Officers 434-82
Health Centres 179-80
Broadcasting Services
Rural Water Supplies 12-72
Training L. Cools-Lar
tigue 226-95
Training Officer in Child .
Care 38-40
Training C. J. Anderson 187-20
Warder Baynes 13-48
Domestic Science Course
Training D. L. Minors -20 151-52
in Physical Re-
creation 120-00
Labour Recruitment
Conference 433-46
Books and Equipment
for Primary Schools 1,612-04
SSocial Welfare Staff 346-52
Canouan Land Settle-
ment 146-71
Social Welfare Adviser 82-89
D & W Engineering Unit 1,540-80

P'd 4,674-45 3,022-66


$

96-00











985-43


7,697-11 1,081-43


$ i


$


$ i

96-00











985-43


$ c


10-27

1-20


$ i

72-00

S17-13

119-60

1,444-97

10-28

1-20



504-42

434-82
179,80

12-72

226-95

38-40
187-20
13-48
-20
151-52

120-00

433-46

1,61204
346-52

146-71
82-89
1,540-80


$ e

96-00







10-27

1-20

985-43



179-80
172-64




3840
187:20
13-48

151-52

123-00

433-45


346-52



1,540-73

4,27667


$ 0

72-00







10-27

1-20





179-80





38-40
AT7-20
13-42

151-52

120-00

433-45


346-52



1,540-76

3,094-60


$ i



17-13

119-60

1,444-97

-01





504-42






01









-01


$

24-00











985-43




172-64


-01

-01
'-04

2,086-19 1,182-07


170 80
172-64




38-40
187-20
13-48

151-52

120-00

433-45


346-52



S 1,534-78

1,081-43 3,193-24










Cr.anT or IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT I DEBIs AGAINST IMPERIAL GOVEIrMENT BALANCES 31.12.51
Transfers
Scheme from CDW
ThTLE Balance due Issues from Gross Not qualify- Covered Recoverable Balance due,Total amount Fund A/c Due to Due from
No. to H.M.S. Colonial Office Total Expenditure ing for Reim- by local from U.K. from HMG recoverable to Revenue Imperial Imperial
at 1.1.51 in 1951 1951 bursement Receipts 1951 1.1.51 from U.K. Head 13 Government Government
ni Ttl Epniueln o em ylcl fo ~g rmH O lcvrbe t eeu meil Ipra


338
410
419
425

433

451& A
457

462

4N&A

540&A

555&AB
536&A&]

587

662

719

720
991
1003
1004
1088
1091

1108(16)

1108(82)

1108(84)

1108(85)

1108(112)


9 V
4,674-45

118-69
577-64
1,573-07

6,126-44


3,963-01








326-40


F'di

C D & W Staff for P.W.D.
Training TPachers
,chcol Buildings
Xingstown Improve-
mcnts
Rural Hospitals & Dis-
pensaries
Soil Conservation
Land Settlement & Dz-
velopment
Carnden Park Cocoa
Nursery
equipment for Medical
Labs
Medical Buildings Gren-
adines
aroup Organisation
B Camden Park Experi-
ment Station
?ce-organisation Agricul-
tural Scaff
improvementss to Fish-
cries
Central Housing & Plan-
ning
education Staff
Icsoital Service
:ccoa Nursery
teacher Training
ordinaryr y Service W.I.
construction of Sea-
drome
inning g M.O. in T.B.
Control
lEfrEsher Course in
Handcrafts
.;ininng Sanitary In-
spectors
rrniring Public Health
Nurses
rraling Inspector of
Schools


99,494-35


3,022-66


240-00
1,200-00

12,480-00

127-70

-22

192-00


69,600-00

27,120-00

3,600-00

2,232-00
5,760-00

4,679 03

14,400-00



327-96

240-00

2.880-00

2,640-00

480-00


i51,221-54


$
7,697-11

118-69
577-64
1,573-07

6,126-44

240-00
5,163-01

12,480-00

127-70

-22

192-00
326-40

69,600-00

30,871-98

3,600-00

3,457-60
5,906-56
47,760-00
4,679-00
.1,340-01
14,400-00

27,821-90

327-96

328-60

2,880-00

2,640-00

480-00


$
1,081-43



12,584-36

6,366-44


4,983-09

1,230-20








50,650-33

32,747-37

2,532-12

6,764-14
6,236-36
48,000-00
5,206-93
1,055-85
9,356-19

26,418-85



412-65

2,177-968

2,240-42

479-65


I I- --- - i 1- ______________


250,715-S9


220.524-36


220524-36 21'7 217-89 Q~A ')9r4OQA O')' DA1MA
__ __ __,_ __ _ _ ,-~.-,~ vu,-t
,__ ,, ,- -, I_ _ I OO i3


8 4


$ ,
3,195-24


$
1,081-43



12,584-36

6,366-44


4,983-09

1,230-20








50,650-33

32,747-37

2,532-12

3,457-60
6,236-36
48,000-00
5,206-93
1,055-86
9,356-19

26,418-85



412-66

2,177-96

2,240-42

479-65


?$ c
4,276-67



12,384-36

6,366-44

240-00
4,983-09

2,400-00

127-70

-22

192-00


77,633-72

32,747-37

2,607-64

3,457-60
6,236-36
48,00000
5,474-31
1,055-86
10,092-74

26,418-85

327-96

412-66

2,626-72

2,728-74

479-65


I 1- I


$ 4
3,094-60



1,573-87

6,126-44

240-00
4,983-09

2,451-20

127-70

-22

192-00


69,600-00

30,871-98

2,607-64

3,457-60
5,906-56
47,760-00
4,679-00
1,055-86
10,092-74

26,418-85

327-96

328-60

2,626-72

2,640-00

479-65


$ 0
2,086-19


179-92
10,028-80













992-36





284-15
4,307-26

1,403-05





253-28



-35


$ 01
1,182-07



11,011-29

240-00













8,033-72


1,875-39



329-80
240-00
795-31







84-06



88-74


3,751-98



1,225-60
146-56
47,760-00

1,340-01


27,821-90



88-60


On2 1I A


1nCOICQ 1 r*n r nn nn


--------------------,


3,306-54


240-00


1,169-80

127-70

-22

192-00


26,983-39



75-52




267-38

736-55



327-96



448-76

488-32


712 217-82


3.306-54


43 252-84


152 470*66

















D


1108(113)
1108(114)
1108(129)
1108(130)
1108(150)
1108(156)
1108(161)
1141&A

1282

1303
1306

1317
1399

1400
1427
1466

1517

1527

1544

R.166


CRaDIT OF IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT


Balance due
to H.MS.
at 1.1.51


Issues from
ColonialOffice
in 1951


Total


Gross
Expenditure
1951


DEBITS AGAINST IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT


Not qualify-
ing for Reim-
bursement


Covered
by local
Receipts


I I I


F'd

Training Nurse Priddie
Comma
V. Durrant
Training O. Robinson
S C. E. Guy
G. L. Barker
V. T. Young
Housing & Slum Clear-
ance
Public Health Engineer-
ing Staff
Salt Industry
Launch for Sea-land Air
Service
Air Survey
Public Relations & Local
Govt.
Children's Home
Public Health Work
Road Construction &
Improvement
B.G. Airways Charter
Service
Pilot Scheme for Dev.
Black Fish Industry
Schools Books & Equip-
ment
Granite Edge Runner
Mills


$ 4
151,221-54

480-00
480-00


$
99,494-35











333-29
763-86


2,803-88


1,943-95


31,287-23









136,626-56


-I


227,044-34


1 2I


$ 4
250,715-89

480-00
480-00








6,333-29
2,923-86

240-00
3,043-88

9,240-00
5,063-95
13,200-00

39,207-23

27,360-00

3,360-00

1,920-00

102-80


363,670-90


$ 4
220,524-36

412-66
416-78
360-00
322-37
306-60
456-00
176-78

5,040-00

5,912-22
4.260-32


5,344-14

7,157-40
3,768-20
9,431-00

64,722-03



5,494-51

567-56


$ 4
3,306-54


$ 4


Recoverable
from U.K.
1951


$
217,217.82

412-66
416-78
360-60
322-37
306-60
456-00
176-78

5,040-00

5,912-22
4,260-32


5,344-14

7,157-40
3,768-20
9,431-00

64,722-03



5,494-51

567-56


__________________________ -I 'i '-I -- I --


334,673-53


3,306-54


331,366-99


________________________ _____________________________ .


A


- I -


Balance due Total amount
from HMG recoverable
1.1.51 from U.K.


$ 4
34,252-84


240-00




240.00


1,913-31

2,181-43


$ 4
251,470-56

412-68
416-78
360-60
322-37
306-60
456-00
176-78

5,280-00

5,912-22
4,260-32

240-00
9,344-14

9,070-71
3,768-20
11,612-43

64,722-03


5,494-51


Transfers
from CDW
Fund A/c
to Revenue
Head 13


$ <
227,G6!148

449-76
416-78


5,912-22
2,923-86

240-00
3,043-88

9,070-71
3,768-20
11,612-43

38,967-23



3,360-00


421-07


169-29
1,295-75
1,587-57



27,360-00


360-60
322-37
306-60
456-00
176-78

5,280-00


1,336-46


2,300-26





25,754-80



2,134-51


567-56 567-56 1,352-44

102-7.9 102-79 102-79 *01

38,930-37 370,297-36 308,076-90 51,852-08 62,308-76

8 9 10 11 12


$ R

The differences in balances are accounted for as follows-
Item 2-Amts on various schemes Due @ 1.1.51 & Debited by C.D. in 1951.
4-Excess Exp on D 360 transferred to local funds
5- Do. Do.
1C-Adjustment of overtransfer in 1950
11-Overtransfer in 1951
12-Undertransfer in 1951
A L DOPWELL.


RECONCILIATION.


Ag. Colonial Treasurer.
9 Feb 1953.


Scheme
No.


6,000-00
2,160-00

240-00
240-00

9,240-00
3,120-00
13,200-00

7,920-00

27,360-00

3,360-00

1,920-00

102-80


1


BALANCES 31.12.51

Due to Due from
Imperial Imperial
Government Government

$ $ 4
19,535-33 23,C80-33

67-34
63-22


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