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Publication Date: February 9, 1954
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    Bill for an Ordinance to amend the Agricultural Credit Societies Ordinance, 1934; Bill for an Ordinance to amend the Trade Unions and Trade Disputes Ordinance, 1950; Bill for an Ordinance to make provisions as to the immunities, privileges and capacities of sovereigns, diplomatic agents and representatives of foreign powers, international organisations of which Her Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom and Foreign governments are members; to confer immuneities and privileges on the staffs of such organisations and representatives of member governments and in respect of premises and documents of such organisations.; Bill for an Ordinance further to amend the Land and House Tax Ordinance.
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    Minutes of meeting of the Legislative Council held on the 7th January, 1954
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    The Accounts of the Colony for the period 1st January to 31st October, 1953
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S VI NT


OVERNMiIEI


VIN() E'NT


NIT GAZEI"IE


Vol. 87.] S.\INT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 FEBRUARY, 19'4.


No. 87.


[No. 8.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


RETURN OF ADMINISTRATOR.


With reference to Government Notice No. 85 of 4th February, 1954, His Honour,
WALTER FLEMING COUTTS, C.M.G., M.B.E., Administrator, St. Vincent, returned
by air yesterday and resumed the Administration of the Colony.
9th February, 1954.
(P.F. 462)


No. 88. No. 89.
APPOINTMENTS. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
The following person has been ap-
ADVISORY HOUSING COMMITTEE. pointed a Justice of the Peace for the
Colony:-
With reference to Government Notice LEONARD A. PROVIDENCE, Esq.
No. 341 of llth July, 1950, His Honour 9h February, 1954.
the Administrator has appointed the (
undermentioned persons to be members (J 81948).
of the Housing Advisory Committee No. 90.
whose functions will -be to consider,
when occasion arises, the claims of UNION ISLAND LIBRARY COMMITTEE.
applicants fo'r Government Quarters The following persons have been ap-
and to make recommendations as ,e- pointed Members of the Union Island
guards the allocation of such quarters:- Library Committee for the year 1954:-
Assistant Administrator and Estab- The District Officer, Southern CGren-
lishment Officer (Charniirm ), adines, Chairman
Superintendent of Public Works, LISLE BROWNE Esq., J.P.,
La)our Commissioner. AUGUSTUS MITCHELL, Esq.,
Secretary : Personnel and Staff The Heibdieanh&ir. Astohn'Gornn ,t


Inspector


9th February, 1934.
P ... ... *


Schoot .
9th F,-brnary. 154.
(E. 43/1945).


.3 Vr- 7 24
JIP


Inspector














42 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 FEBRUARY, 1954.-(No. 8).


No. 91.
CHATEAUBELAIR TOWN BOARD.
Mr. ARNOLD LAWRENCE as a Member
with effect fiom 6th February, 1954,
vice Mr. JAMES FERDINAND who has
resigned.
9th February, 1954.
(A. 9/1949).

No. 92.
PORT ELIZABETH TOWN BOARD.
TOWN CLERK.
Mr. SETON SIMMONS as Town Clerk
with effect from 4th February, 1954,
vice Mr. ARNOLD F. JAMES who has
resigned.
9th February, 1954.
(A. 10/1949).

No. 93.
LEAVE NOTICE.
EXTENSION OF LEAVE.
With reference to Government Notice
No. 588 of 1st December, 1953, Mrs.
ENA COMMA, Superintendent Health
Nurse and District Midwife, Medical
Department, has been granted three
months' extension of leave on half pay
with effect from 21st December, 1953.
9th February, 1954.
(P. F. 277).

No. 94.
RESUMPTION.
With reference to Government Notice
No. 396 of 4th August, 1953, Mr. A. D.
DUNCAN, Principal Clerk, Treasury,
resumed duties with effect from 1st
February, 1954.
9th February, 1954.
(P. F. 64).


No. 95.


LEGISLATION.


The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for tlie Colonies has notified that
Her Majesty the QUEIEN Will not be
advised to exercise her power of dis-
allowance in respect of the following
.Ordinance of this Government:-
No. 16 of 1953.-An Ordinance to
amend the Income Tax Ordi-
nance, 1948.
(C. 31/1951).
9th February, 1954.

No. 96.
: The under-mentioned Bills are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette and
may be seen at the Government Office,
Kingstown Library, District Post Offices,
Police Stations and at all Revenue
Offices :-


Bill for an Ordinance to amend the
Agricultural Credit Societies Or-
dinance, 1934.
(B. 34/1945).
Bill for an Ordinance to amend the
Trade Unions and Trade Disputes
Ordinance, 1950.
(C. 29/1951).
Bill for an Ordinance to make provi-
sion as to the immunities, privi-
leges and capacities of sovereigns,
diplomatic agents and representa-
tives of foreign powers, inter-
national organizations of which
Her Majesty's Government in the
United Kingdom and foreign
S governments are members; to
I confer immunities and privileges
on the staffs of such organizations
and representatives of member
governments and in respect of
premises and documents of such
organizations.
(A. 46/1948).
Bill for an Ordinance further ot
angi nd tie Lan d and h e 7 Jn-;,x
Ordinan ce.
(IF. 59/1940).
9th February, 1954.

No. 97.
SUPPLEMEN'ITS TO GAZETTE.
Copies of minutes of meeting of the
Legislative Council held onil the 7th Jan-
uary, 1954, which may be seen at the
Government Office, Kingstown Library
and at all Revenue Offices and District
Post Offices, are published with this
issue of the Gazette.
9th February, 1954.

No. 98.
The Accounts of the Colony for the
period 1st January to 31st October,
1953, are published with this issue of
the Gazette.
9th February, 195s4.
(F. 20!1952).

No. 99.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES.

ANGLO-JAPANESE PAYMENT NEGO-
TIATIONS.
Discussions have iow been concluded
between the delegation representing the
United Kingdom and Japanese Govern-
mentsr who have been meeting at the
Treasury to review course of payment
between Japan and the sterling area
during 1953, and to consider the esti-
mate of probable payn:ent in 1954. A
renewal of the Sterling Payment Agree-
ment was signed on January 29ih by
His Excellency the Japanese Amblmsa-
Cdor, Mlr. MATSUMOTO, andl Mr. SELWYN














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 FEBRUARY, 1954.-(No. 8). 43


LLOYD, the Minister of State for Foreign ture for an import permit before initiat-
Affairs. ing import arrangements. No import
The payment review disclosed that permit is valid unless signed by the
Japan ended the year 1953 with a sub- Director of Agriculture or the Veterin-
stantial sterling deficit on current ary Officer. The con editions under
accounts. Japan exports last year to which an animal.may be imported will
Colonial territories and to independent be stated on the import permit issued in
sterling areas failed to reach expected respect of such animal, and permission
level although Japan imports were to land the animal will not be granted if
maintained. It will be recalled that the importer has failed to comply with
last April Colonial Governments made the specified conditions.
certain limited relaxation in their re- 9th February, 1954.
strictions on imports from Japan. With (J.23/1945).
the object of enabling Japan to maintain
her purchases from sterling areas at a No. 83.
satisfactory level, the U.K. Government
have now informed Colonial Govern- TELEPHONE OPERATORS COURSE.
ments that they may import Japanese It is hereby notified for general infor-
goods in 1954 up to their estimated re- nation that a Telephone Operators
quirements for their own consumption Training Course will be held at the
and for entrepot trade. The U.K. Gov- Kingstown Telephone Exchange com-
ernment are also establishing import menacing on 1st March, 1954.
quotas for a number of traditional
Japanese exports to United Provinces. 2. Applications for places on this
SCourse should be addressed to the As-
The Japanese Government for their sistant Superintendent of Telephones,
part will maintain the general rate of Kingstown Telephone Exchange, and
import from the United Kingdom and should reach him not later than 3.00
Colonial territories at about present p.m. on 20th February, 1954.
level. .They have also agreed to provide 3. Future Telephone Operators will
sterling for certain specified trade and be recruited from among those persons
service. In order to reduce Japan's who have successfully completed the
expected shortage of sterling during the Course
early months of the year, the U.K. Cour
Government have agreed that the 4. Further particulars may be obtain-
Japanese Government may seek limit- ed, on application, from the Office of
ed tpoy f l cn the Assistant Superintendent of Tele-
ed temporary financial iccommodat-ion
in London through normal commercial phones, Kingstown.
channels. 2nd February, 1954.
9th February, 1954. (A. 25/1953).
(C. T. 27/1947). T 0O
N.j 6,,


No. 100.
IMPORTATION OF ANIMALS INTO
BARBADOS.
The following notices issued by the
Government of Barbados are published
for general information :-
The owner, captain, or person in
charge, of any vessel or ship arriving in
Carlisle Bay from a port in another
territory who desires that his ship shall
enter the Bridgetown careenage is here-
by warned that as from 1st January,
1954, no such vessel or ship will be per-
mitted to enter the said careenage if
there is on board such ship any animal
in respect of which an import permit
has not been obtained from the Director
of Agriculture.
No animal may be imported into the
Island unless a permit has been obtained
from the Director of Agriculture to
import such animal. Any person desir-
ing to import an animal should accord-
ingly apply to the Director of Agricul-


VISIT OF B.W.I. TRADE COMMISSIONER
IN THE UNITED KINGDOM.
In accordance with the recommenda-
tions of the Regional Economic Com-
mittee at its 7th Meeting, Mr. GARNET
H. GORDON, C.B.E., recently appointed
B.W.I. 'rade Commissioner in the Unit-
ed Kingdom, will undertake short tour
of the British Caribbean commencing
from St. Lucia on 1st February, for the
purpose of increasing his personal con-
tacts with industrial, trade and produce
exporting interests in the region prior
to the assumption of his duties in
London.
Mr. GORDON proposes to visit St.
Vincent arriving by plane on Thursday,
18th February and departing on Mon-
day a.m. 22nd February, 1954. Ar-
rangements are being made for Mr.
GORDON to meet the Chamber of Com-
mnerce and other similar bodies. Mem-
bers of the mercantile community who
will like to interview Mr. GORDON are
asked to get in touch with Mr. A. V.














44 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 FEBRUARY, 1954.-(No. 8).


SPROTT, Controller of Supplies, who
will endeavour to arrange individual
appointments, whicl will most likely
be fixed for the afternoon of Friday 19th
February, 1954.
26th January, 1954.
(T. 16/1951).
By Command,
A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
9th February, 1954.

Il'AI\1'MEN'I'AL AND ,
TlII El NOTICES.

STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE CIR-
CULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1st JANUARY, 1954.

Average Circuliation dirinr
November, 1953 :-
Br. (;arib)ean Currency
Notes ... $44.481,664
Gov't Cu(rrencv Notes... 2,477,328


British Caribbean Currency
Notes :
Trinidad & Tol)ago ...
Barbados ...
British Gui;ia ...
Leeward anl WVind\ward
Islands ...

Total British Caribbean
Notes

Trinidad & Tobago
Government Note
Circulation ...
Barbados Government
No te Circulation...
British Guiana Gov-
ernment Note Cir-
culation ...

Total Governmenit
Note Circulation ...

Total Circulation on
1st January, 1954. ...


$46,958,992


$23,979,776
5,41;,50()(
12.718.643

6,653,700


$48.7 ;8,619



1,578,587

182,900


606,986


$2,3(68,473


$51,137,092


L. SPENCE,
KxEcutive Comnniesioller,
Brihish Car04ibqcn Clurren'cy
Board.
BRIriwu' C*.#1U111AN' CUiIRENCY


PoTR O'-S.PIAD,


NOTICE.

GOVERNMENT PROPERTY IN ST.
VINCENT, B.W.I. FOR SALE.

Offers are again invited for the pur-
chase of the prem;ises now occupied by
the Customs Depaitment in the Pay
Street adj:icent to the Police Barracks
and conmprisirg 2,520 square feet floor
space of warehouse accommodation, and
1,390 square feet of open yard space on
the ground floor. ;nd 1.218 square feet
of office floor sp:ce on the first floor.
Upset price $17,000.00.
Offers should le suminitted to the
Assislalnt Adininistiator & Establish-
ment Officer, Government Office, St.
Vinccnl, British West Inidies.not later
than 281ih February, 1954.
IT. D. SYLVESTER,
,Superidnendent of TIor.ks.
ST. VIN'CENT, B.W.I.,
9th .1uuiary, :154.
(P. 2 11951).


INCOME TAX NOTICE.

TO TIE GENERAL PUBLIC.
Every person concerned, not Leing a
Goverrnm ent Officer, is hereby reminded
that the latest date for the submission
of Income Tax Returns for ass ssmlent
in the year 1954 is the 31st March, and
that failmne to give notice of charg -
ability is an offence against the Ir:come
Tax Ordinance, rendering the person
concerned liable on conviction to a fine
not exceeding FOUR HUNDRED AND
EIGHTY DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income,
accruing in, derived from the Colony or
elsewhere and whether received in the
Colony or not for the preceding year,
exceeded the.statutoi limit of $480 is
I required to submit a return in the pre-
scribed form, notwithstanding that on
account of approved deductions no tax
may eventually be chargeable, and parti-
cular attention is directed to the fact
that the term "income" is deemed to
include not only money but also allow-
ances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
blank return forms to such periops. It
is to be clearly understood. iowe ver,
that a person is not exonerated from the
statutory liabiiHty to make a return even
though that person mny not have re-
ceived a blank form, wbich may be
ohtained, on application, at the Revenue
Offices at Georgetown, Barronallie,














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 FEBRUARY, 1954.-(No. 8). 45


Bequia and Union Island, or, in the
other districts from the Police Station
situate therein. These Forms may also
be obtained from the Income Tax Office,
Kingstown, where any person requiring
information in connection therewith is
invited to enquire.
4. The form, correctly completed,
should be accompanied by all necessary
supporting statements. Specimens of
the form of account required from small
traders and from occupiers or cultivators
of land will be supplied on request.
F. E. WILLIAMS,
Income Tax Oficer.
INCOME TAX OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
6th January, 1954.

TREASURY NOTICE.

TENDERS.
Tenders are hereby invited for the
supply to Government of the following
articles:-
(1) 2,000 tablets Toilet Soap
(2) 8,500 bare Washing Soap
(3) 3,000 rolls Toilet I'aper
(4) 1,200 packs Matches
(5) 350 torch Batteries (1.5 Volt)
(6) 350 60 W. Electric Lamps
(Pearl)
(7) 250 Straw Brooms (Palm)
(8) 200 tins Vim
(9) 200 large tins Metal Polish
(10) 100 cutlasses
(11) 50 pairs Canvas Soled Shoes,
adult sizes.
Except in the cases of items 7, 8 and
10 the brand or make of the commodity
must be stated.
Three months notice of delivery will
be given' to the supplier in all cases.
Tenders must be addressed to the
Chairman of the Terders Board, cfo
Treasury Chambers, Kingstown, and
must be received at the Treasury not
later than 12.00 noon on 13th February,
1954.
Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any of the tenders
submitted.
P. R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT,
27th January, 1954.

BANANA PLANTS.

Persons who desire to purchase plants
fcpa sources other than through the
Ba~gsa Growers Association of St. Viln-


cent should be en their guard against
fraudulent substitution of planting ma-
terial of the Lacatan variety. It is
known that plants similar in appearance
to Lacatan exist but which do not bear
fruit acceptable to the trade. Plants
imported from sources other than
through the Association should be in-
spected and certified by the Agricultural
Department in the island from which
importation is made.
Plants imported into St. Vincent by
the Association for distribution are in-
spected and certified by the Agricultural
Department of Dominica before being
exported.

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Acting Superintendent of
Agriculture.

KINGSTOWN,
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.,
1st February, 1954.


SAINT VINCENT.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND LEE-
WARD ISLANDS-A.D. 1952.


Suit No. 6.
Between
DAVID PEMBERTON Ad-
ministrator of the Es- plaintiff
tate of CHARLES PEM- P
BERTON, deceased
and


CECIL PEMBERTON


Defendant.


NOTICE is hereby given that on Sat-
urday, the 27th day of February, 1954,
between the hours of 12 o'clock oon
and 3.00 p.m., there will be put up for
sale at the Court House in Kingstown
the undermentioned goods and chattels
levied upon by virtue of a writ of
seizure and sale issued in the above
suit:-


1 Iron bedstead
1 Rocking Chair
2 Chairs
1 Iron Pot
1 Coal Pot
1 Stove


1 Hat Rack
1 Table
1 Bucket
5 Records
1 Gramophone


Dated this 5th day of December, 1953.

D. H. SALES.
Senior Bailit.















46 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 FEBRUARY, 1954.-(No. 8).


TREASURY NOTICE.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons have become
defaulters under the "'Land and House Tax Ordinance". Their properties,
having been levied upon, will be offered for sale at 12 o'clock noon, on Salur-
day, 18th February, 1954, at the Treaswry, Kingstown, for the recovery of the
taxes due thereon.

PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Trea8urer.
TREASURY,
KINGSTOWN,
25th January, 1954.
(A. 24/1951 II).


Name of Owner
or Occupier.
Bennett, Georgiana
Cato, Walter
John, Harriet
Gerrick, Conrad
Jardine, Evie
Jardine, Olive
Jardine, Rosalie
Nanton, Henry Hrs.
Sayers, Claudius D.
Soso, Elvira A.
Williams, Rebecca


Mitchell, Cyril M.


Situation of Properly.

... Mesopotamia
... t. Ploosan t,
... t. Pleasant
... Bridgetown
... Mt. Pleasant
... t. Pleasant
... t. Pleasant
... [Mesopotamia
S Mesopotamia
... Mesopotamia
... Mesopotamia
DISTRICT VI-BEQUIA
... Lot No. 1
(Lower Bay)


Description of
Property.
1 house
1 house
... 32 poles
h house
I house
... ac. 1 rd. 6 p11..
7 ac. 1 rd. 7 pls.
1 bouse
1 spot
acre
1 spot


36 ac. 0 rl. 0 pl.


Proposal only-To be posted up until 24th February, 1954.
Further Notice will be given if a Wages Regulation Order is made giving effect to
the proposals set out hereunder.



WAGES COUNCILS ORDINANCE, NO. 1 OF 1953.

SHOP ASSISTANTS WAGES COUNCIL.



S;:aijonY MINIMUM REMUNERATION.

Th3 1 '1c Assist.nts Wages Council hereby givs notice of its intention to
su'bit'; to the Covernor proposals for fixing the statutory minimum remunerationr
E :c'fied in the Schedule hereto payable to workers specified in the said Schedule.
The Wages Council will consider any written representations with respect to
thlse proposals sent to it within 16 days from 9th February, 1954. Any such
representations should be signed by the person making the same (giving his or her
address) and sent to the Secretary of the Wages Council at the address stated
below.
It is desirable that persons making objection should state the precise grounds
of their objections.

Dated this 'th day of February, 1954. Issued by Order of the Wages Council.

G. F. JACK,
Secretary.
C/o Department of Labour,
Kingstown.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 FEBRUARY 1954.-(No. 8).


SCHEDULE.
Minimum remuneration of Shop Assistants.
(1) The minimum rate of remuneration to be paid to shop assistants in the
Town of Kingstown and within a radius of two miles therefrom shall be as follows :
(a) Male shop assistants $36.00 per month or $9.00 per week
(b) Female shop assistants $30.00 $7.50 "
(2) In all other areas the minimum rate of remuneration shall be as follows :
(a) Male shop assistants $34.00 per month or $8.50 per week
(b) Female shop assistants $28.00 $7.00 "
Provided that the minimum remuneration to bt paid to all shop assistants
under the age of 18 years and over the age of 14 years shall be seventy-five per
centum of the above rates.

Holidays with Pay.
Every Shop Assistant shall, in addition to public holidays, be entitled to not-
less than two weeks holiday in every year on full pay.




EDUCATION NOTICE.


TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS, 1953.


PASS LIST.
Supernumerary and Grade I Pupil Teachers :


Name
Lolita Stowe
Altie Browns
Hennie Garrick
Etson Gerrick
Cecil John
Arnos King
Elizabeth Morgan
Allison Sutherland
Muriel Comas
Joyce Patrick
Reynold Bacchus
Francis Rebairo
Nell Franci3
Irma John
Audrey Croz:':r
Vincent Dublin
Lincoln Oneal
Ivan Stephens
Clifford Pitt
James Questelles
ZIermina Maloney
Jean B-r"rinrton
Zita Richards
Gloria Warncr
Robert Young
Gracie Gelli,2au
Hyacinth McDowall
Bernard Williams
Clive Forbes
Velma Jackson
Stella Layne
Rhona Allen
Nerissa Johnson
Ermine McDonald
Percy Thomas
Evelyn Anthony
Kenneth Jackson
Lmnniston Johnnie
Innocene Johnnie


School
Bequia Anglican
Biabou Methodist
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Buccament Government
do. do.
Byera Anglican
do. do.
Colonarie Roman Catholic
Evesham Methodist
Georgetown Government
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Gomea Methodist
Kingstown Anglican
Kingstown Methodist
do. do.
do. Roman Catholic
Layou Government
Lowmans (Leeward) Anglican
do. do. do.
do. (Windward) Anglican
Questelles Government
Richmond Hill Government
do. do. do.
Stubbs Government
do. do.
do. do.
Tourama Government
Troumaca Government
Union Methodist
do. do.
do. do.















48 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 FEBRUARY, 1954.-(No. 8).


Name
Yvonne Simmons
Reynold Sylvester


School
Union Island (Ashton) Government
do. do. (Clifton) do.


Earlston Shortte
Doreith John
Basil Creese
Noel Forbes
Alfred Dublin
Leroy Scrubb
Veda Bascombe
Pamelus Burke
Victor Forbes
Stephen Scrubb


Biabou Methodist
Byera Anglican
Calliaqua Government
Dicksons Methodist
Georgetown Government
do. do.
Marriaqua Government
South Rivers Methodist
Union Methodist
Union Island (Clifton) Government


,Grade III Pupil Teachers :


Azucema Williams
Erling Harry
Jocelyn Williams
Winifred John
Winston Bacchus
Felix Constantine
Anne Clarke
Hyacinth Duncan
Thelma King
Alrica Phillips
Candace Mills
Sylvina John
Veltie Johnson
Valcina Garrick
Carl Seales
Philbert Sprott
Gloria Forbes
Cairon Medica


Belair Anglican
Biabou Methodist
do. do.
Brighton Methodist
Evesham Methodist
do. do.
Georgetown Government
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Gomea Methodist
Kingstown Anglican
do. do.
Kingstown Methodist
do. do.
Lowmans (Ld) Anglican
South Rivers Methodist
do. do. do.


Student Teachers (Certificate Part I)


Cleophas Blugh
Vivienne Mandeville
Norris Quow
Jean Stephens
Elain-3 Duncan
Leopold Lewis
Lamont Phillips
Theophilus Wood
Eileen Mars
James Daniel
Bertram Lewis
Cecil Straker
Millicent Crosby
Cynthia Young
Claudon Fraser
Randolph Cottle
Eastlyn Alexander
Clement Noel
Edson Providence
Edgerton Scott
I' r


Aubrey Bramble
Calder Bailey
Rupert Bascombe
Elmore Nanton
Aville Cupid
Kelvin Gibson


Barrouallie Anglican
do. do.
do. do.
Byera Anglican
Georgetown Government
do. do.
Layou Government
Layou Government
Lowmans (Ld) Anglican
Lowmans (Wd) do.
Marriaqua Government
Questelles Government
Richmond Hill Government
do. do. do.
Sandy Bay Anglican
Troumaca Government
Union Island (Ashton) GOov
do. do. do.
Westwood Methodist
do. do.


Conditional Passes.


ernment
do.


To be re-examined in English Literature
" Religious Knowledge
" Arithmetic
" English Literature
" Geography
" Geography


Grade II Pupil Teachers :


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 FEBRUARY, 1954.-(No. 8). 49


Name
Certificate Part II.
Jean Stephens
Joy Simmons
Merle Mulrain
Merla Bentinck
Elleen Mars
Millicent Crosby
Noreen Rogers


School

Byera Anglican
Colonarie Roman Catholic
Kingstown Methodist
Kingstown Preparatory
Lowmans (Ld) Anglican
Richmond Hill Government
Stubbs Government


W. M. LOPEY,
Education Offtcer (Ag).

Education Office.
6th February, 1954.

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVZRNMEI PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. TINCENT.
[Price 24 Cents.]






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Saint Vincent government
gazette

v. 87 no. 8

Bill for an Ordinance to amend the
Agricultural Credit Societies Ordinance,
1934

Bill for an Ordinance to amend the Trade
Unions and Trade Disputes

Bill for an Ordinance to make provisions
as to the immunities, privileges

Bill for an Ordinance further to amend
the Land and House Tax Ordinance






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Saint Vincent government
gazette

v. 87 no. 8

Supplement: minutes of meeting





SAINT VINCENT.

Comparative Statement of Revenue for the period 1st January-31st October, 1953.


Heads of Revenue.

1. Import Duties-
Import Duty ...
Trade Duty on Imported Liquor ...
Warehouse Rent
2. Export Duty ...
3. Excise Duty on Rum ...
Trade Duty on locally distilled Liquor ...
4. Other Duties ...
5. Licences-Liquor ...
Motor Vehicles, &c..
Other ...
6. Taxes-Income Tax
Land and House Tax
Other Taxes ...
7. Port and Harbonr )ues-Tonnage
Port
Landing Dues, Aircraft ...
8. Other Fees of Court, &c..
9. Post Office ...
10. Electricity, Telephone, Refrigeration ...
11. Rent of Government Property
Interest
11A. Sale of Government Property ...
12. Sales and Leases of Crown Lands ...

1c. Transfer of Special Funds ...
11B. Loans and Advances-Repayments ...

13. Colonial Development & W/fare Schemes ...
14. Grants-in-Aid ...
Total Revenue $


Estimate
forithe Actual Revenue Revenue for
year for the period of same period of Increase. Decrease
1953. the return, preceding year.


$ $ c. $ c. $ c.
600,000 551,485 90 516,450 44 35,035 46
50,000 405 80 32,937 00 ......
2,930 3,362 09 3,634 21 ......
265,000 203,162 44 225,332 11 ......
160,750 129,323 50 128,745 36 578 14
22,320 18,118 81 17,853 14 265 67
26,500 39,725 78 52,923 59 ... ...
12,110 11,132 80 10,061 50 1,071 30
19,000 15,929 86 14,590 60 1,339 26
12,112 7,632 78 8,065 40 ... ...
240,000 252,116 45 225,545 77 26,570 68
36,000 7,004 40 7,870 79
17,200 15,701 63 14,585 32 1.116 31
12,1.00 8,937 34 9,612 33
3,000 2,559 91 2,334 90 225 01
10 ... ... .. ...
138,764 107,096 72 121,586 12 ... ...
74,630 60,880 35 64,912 63 ...
52,217 44,998 59 82,187 10 ... ...
4,300 4.993 50 3,493 04 1,500 46
1,550 7,286 61 3,966 46 3,320 15
... 24,586 36 ... ... 24,586 36
7.503 7,694 72 7.766 24 ... ...
1,757,99?61,524,16 134 1554,454 05 95,608 80
... 1 .. ... 15,952 72 ... ...
1,206 5,380 23 1,168 24 4,211 99
1,759,2021,52,',156 57 1,571,575 01 99,820 79
214,0855 152,874 25 152,948 17 ......
320,000 490.580 70 490,580 70
2,293,2872,172,971 52 1,724,523 18 590,401 49
i, 5Y,(.1P


Comparative Statement of Ex penditure for the period 1st January-31st October, 1953.


Heads of Expenditure.


iA timate Actual Expen-
for the diture for the
year period of
1953. the return.


$ | $ c.
1.' Governor ... 10,100 6,300 64
2. Legislature ... 16,6201 12,600 76
3. Administration ... 105,947 101,092 75
4. Agriculture ... 92,550 67,889 38
5. Audit ...! 13,955 9,630 38
6. Central Housing Authority ... 6,000 6,000 00
6A. Central Road Authority ... 96,680 90,287 72
6B. Central Water Authority ... 35,152 29,248 19
7. Charitable ... 19,034 12,989 86
9. Education .. 306,240 259,437 36
.0. Electricity .. 30,943 23,373 26
1. Judicial ... 31,239 28,454 65
2. Labour ... 8,760 7,852 42
3. Lands and Survey ... 21,911 16.058 37
4. Legal ... 7,070; 7,530 35
.5. Medical ... 408,989 307,893 42
6. Miscellaneous ... 107,552: 123,056 05
.7. Pensions ... 56,365, 59,061 78
.8. Police ... 169,656 130,807 41
9. Port and Marine ... 30,573 23,049 64
10. Post Office ... 51,048 41,818 33
1. Prisons ... 61,871 52.480 25
2. Public Debt ... 38,915 31,225 53
13. Public Library ... 8,025 5,166 36
!4. Public Works Department ... 72,927 53,160 37
!5. Public Works Recurrent ... 20,590 26,481 21c
!8. Subventions ... 87,960 48,530 07
!9. Supply Control ... 16,800 11,714 69
10. Telephone .. 26,224 21,818 63
1. Treasury ... 72,581' 58,474 25
L4A. Loans ** ... 9,621 00
.. 1,630,142 66
6. Public Works Extraordinary ... 46,925 34,052 27
6A Deferred M maintenance ... ... 93,023 25
..e 1,757,218 18
8. Colonial Devol.p'inent and Welfare Schemes 214,08 166,871 87
Total Expenditure $ 2,293,287 1,924,09005


Expenditure for
same period of Increase.
preceding year.
$ c. $ c.
6,601 51 ... ...
10,415 03 2,185 73
61,575 82 39,516 93
43,909 26 23,980 12
10,509 70 ... ...
5,000 00 1,000 00
99,210 52 ... ...
7,230 88 22,017 31
13,053 77
225,263 86 34,173 50
55,864 38 ...
27,449 06 1,005 59
6,838 04 1,014 38
19,839 05 ... ...
6,130 23 1,400 12
276,984 49 30,908 93
88,954 56 34,101 49
42,666 23 16,395 55
121,074 42 9,732 99
23,277 40
42,530 87 ...
46,680 74 5,799 51
39,642 42
5,062 68 103 68
48,321 95 4,838 42
r. 45,693 74
39,264 67 9,265 40
12,762 57 ... ...
19,241 47 2,577 16
55,677 14 2,797 11
... 9,621 00
1,506,726 46 252,434 92
41,966 87
... 93,023 25
1,548,693 33 345,458 17
114,434 33 52.437 54
1,663,127 66 397,895 71


TREASURY,
15th January, 1954.
(F. 20/1952).


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2



1

2
2


Decrease.


$ c.
300 87



879 32

8,922 80

63 91

32,491 12,


3,780 68




227 76
712 54,

8,416 89


72,174 95

1,047 88



129,018 72
7,914 60

136,933 32

136,933 :2


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T REASURY,
15th January, 1954.
IF. 20/1952)


$ c.

32,531 20
272 12
22,169 67


13,197 81


432 62

866 39

674 99


14,489 40
4,032 28
37,188 51

5 2

71 52
125,926 51
15,952 72

141,879 23
73 92

141,953 15




Statement of the Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of Saint Vincent as at 31st October, 1953.


1952

$ c.
29,828 00


158,572 00






































4,884 00

193,284 00

NOTI


S c.
DEPOSITS:-Special Funds ... 931,569 00
Less Investments tiereloi ... 624,030 00

SURPLUS:--
Toltal R"venut as at 31.si UOctour. 19,5 ... 2.172,972 00
Deldct Grants-in-Aid ... :J39,584 00

True Colony lev'Inne as at 31st October, 1953 .. 1,773,388 00
D)edict Colony Expenditn Ur as ;t 3.1st October,
1953 .. 1,924.090 00

Deficit as at 31st October, 1953 ... 150,702 00
Add tl:ince( as at 1st Jaiiarvy, 1953 ... 8.379 00

Net Defticit as at 31st Octoblr, 1953 ... 142,323 00
Add Grants-in-Aid ieductentd aiove ... 399.584 00

Surplus as :,t 31st' October, 1953 ... 257.261 00
Ahl11 Colony's Reserve n d ... 1 35,291 00























OVERDRAFTS


$

307,539


292,552 00


1952

$ c.
193,284 00


ADVANCES:-
Less Sundry Deposits ...

CASH:-
At Treasury andl Sul-Treasnries
At Barclavs Bank-Current Account
With Crown Agents-Current Account...
With Imprest Hollers
Drafts and Remittances-In Transit ..


jLess Crown Agents Joint Colonial
Fnnd..


600,091 00 193,284 00


S c.
596,888 00
183,119 00


c.

413,769 00


15,245 00
249,380 00
1,402 00
6,681 00
14 00

272,722 00

86,400 00 186,322 00






























600091 00
600.091 00


S:-The Public Debt which is not included in the above Liabilities totalled S543,389 as at this date and the Accumulated Fund a for redemption of this Debt $147,449.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.,
15th January, 154


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


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