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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


aublilhed b gatlho rit .


Vol,. 87. S \INT VINCENT. TUESI)AY, 18 MAY. 19,54. [No. 30.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 246.
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE, 1946,
(No. 22 of 1946).
AND
IN THE MATTER of a Declaration made by the Governor in Council that certain
lots of land situate in the town of Kingstown in the Island of Saint Vincent
are to be acquired for a public purpose.
DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND.
(Second Publication).

WHEREAS it is enacted by section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1946,
(No. 22 of 1946) that if the Governor in Council considers that any land should be
acquired for a public purpose he may cause a declaration to that effect to be made;
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Governor in Council that the land
mentioned and described in the Schedule hereto should be acquired for a public
purpose, that is to say, the construction of public offices and a bond warehouse -
Now THEREFORE it is hereby declared by the Governor in Council that the land
described in the Schedule hereto shall be acquired for the abovementioned purpose
and shall vest absolutely in the Crown upon the second publication of this
Declaration in the Gazette.
AND IT Is HEREBY FURTHER DECLARED AND NOTIFIED that a plan of the said land
may be inspected during working hours at the Registry in the town of Kingstown
in the said Colony.

SCHEDULE.
All that lot piece or parcel of land being part of town lot number fourteen in
the town of Kingstown in the Island of Saint Vincent. And all that lot piece or
parcel of land being town lot number fifteen in the said town which said part of
lot fourteen and lot fifteen are described in and by the plan or diagram thereof
drawn in the Schedule to an Indenture made the fourteenth day of September
eighteen hundred and ninety-nine and ieccrded in liber W 5 in the Registry of
Deeds on the twenty-third day of October of the same year between Edward
Leycester Atkinson and Jane Ann his wife (formerly Jane Ann Hazell) of the first
part, the Reverend John Spencer Hughes of the second part, His Honour Harry


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Langhorne Thompson and Ellinor Flora Bosworth his wife of the third part and the
Honourable Duncan Alexander MacDonald and George Fraser Grant of the fourth
part And also all messuages on the said part of lot fourteen and on the said lot
fifteen, together with all buildings fixtures fences walls ways waters watercourses
lights rights liberties privileges easements advantages and appurtenances
whatsoever to the said lots pieces or parcels of land messages buildings and
hereditaments or any of them appertaining or with the same or any of them now
or heretofore enjoyed or reputed as part or member thereof or appurtenant thereto.
The approximate area of the lots of land hereinabove described is 12, 611 square
feet.

Approved by the Governor in Council this 6th day of May, 1954.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk, Executive Council.


No. 259.


ARRIVAL.


With reference to Nitic- NI. 189 oul:-
lished in the Governm i.t Gazette of' 6td
April, 1.954. Dr. F. S. .ACMAHON, M.B.,
B.Ch., R.A.O..:arrived in Lhe Colony oin
13th May, 1954.
18th May, 1954.
(P F.714).


No. 258.
BANK HOLIDAYS.

Under the B.nk Ilolidays Ordiiinance,
Monday, the 24th .May (Einpire Day),
being a B tik Holiday, :ll Puitlic Offices
will be closed on that day.
15th May, 1954.

No. 260.
Under the Bank Hlolidays Ordiiiaicie
Monday, the 7th Jne (Whit Momnday)
being a tBnk Holiday, all Public Oilic
will be closed on that da:y.
18th May, 1954.

No. 261.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance


for general in fEorlmatio l \\itl thii:; issue
of the (;azette:-
No. 15 of 1.954.-An O',ili:.aice to
con sol i ii ati :ainl l;tnenl tile
Arrowroot Or()liiitice. 1930.
(C. 5)/1949).
18th May, L1954.

No. 264.
The folloviing I)ocumeint is pub-
lishedl with this issue of tlle (;;ilzete:-
R.& O.No. 1 of 1954-.-The St. Vin-
cent Gramiimar School (Uiiiforms)
Rules. 1954.
(E. 11/1t53).
18th May. 1954.

No. 265.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Accounts of the Colony for the
l, ierid 1t to 31st January, 1954, are
Spullirhed with this issue of the Gazette.
ISth May. 1954.


No. 254.


VACANT P0515.


Tllurslda;y, thn I1Utll June (Queen's Bit th- PosT OF SENIOR AGRICULTURAL
day), being a Bink Holiday, all Pualic INSTRUCTOR, GRENADA, B.W.I.
Offices will lie close on that ldav.
18th May, 1954. Applicatioltn ;i u invited for the post
of Sn-iiior Agricuntll al InsI1rncor in the
No. 262. IDep)ariltient of Agriculture, Grenada,
Un ier the Bank Holil;i3s Ordinlance, B.W.I.
Thursday i he 19th Junei( Corpus (htristi), 'he post which is non-)pensionable
beiu a bank Holid;y, all Pullic Ofices. c arie a ra;ir Sf $1,440( by $72 to
beint, a haink Holida, all Pitblic Utiers I,944 (8300 liv 13 to p03). a tians-
will be closed on that day. (3 to 5 A tans-
I port allowance, at present at the rate of
1Sth May, 1954. $912 per annum is attached to ihe post
I-provideld a motor c;ar is keplt. No cost
No. 263. of li i,\g allowalt e is I'ayal]e and
LEGISLATION. quarters i;r,. iot pronxided.
SApplicants must possess tie Diploma
of the Jamaica School of Agriculture
The until er-mientioned 0r d i na; c e or its equivalent
which has been assented to by His The point in the salary grade at
Excellency the Governor is published which the successful candidate will be


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 MAY 1.J54.-(No. 30). 167


appointed will deprind upon his qualifi- proved leave. If, however, he follows
cations antl experience. Free passages his contract service with a pensionable
on appointment will be provide for colonial appointment, he will be given
the successful candidate and hiis family, the option either to receive the gratuity
not exceeding four in all, iplus noormal earned under his contr act (or contracts)
travelling expenses. or to h.ive the period of contract service
p counted as qualifying service for pen-
Applica.itions which must he in the: sin purposes.
applicant's handwriting should give 3. The salary of a Governnieiit Medi-
the following information cal Officer is 75.0x30-900x50--
(1) Age 1,000 // x 50--1,200 per annum.
PI passing the bar // ;it 1,000 per annum
(2) School, Schools or University at is contingent upon the officer either
which educated( and Certificates holding an accepted post-graduate quali-
or qualific.tions obtained. fiction or on his undertaking approved
(3) Nature of present and past cmI- post-graduate studies Itading to higher
ployment, owithl dates. qualifications, e.g., in Public Ilealth.
(4) Amount of monthly salary or In addition a temporary (non-ptn-
w es earned i the post in sionable) cost-of-living allo-wance of
which applicant was last em- 50 per annum is payable.
ployed. 4. Free passages to British Guiahna
(5) Past experience in work of the will be ,rovidel on first appointment
same or similar kind to that for the o licer, his wife'and children
required in post advertised. not exceeding five persons in all, child-
(6) Marital status and umber of ren to be under 18 year s of age. Vaca-
children if any tion leave is earned at the late of 5
(7) They should also fnrnish testi- days for (ach completed month of
monils (which will not be resident service up to a maximum of 6
returned to the applica:rt) cer- months subject to the completion of a
tified as true copies by a Justice mnirimum tour of service of 2 years. If
of the Peace or Minister of
of the Peace or Min ter rt married, tihe Officer will also be eligible
Religion or Head of Depart- for the grant of assisted passages for
ment. himself and wife when granted leave of
Applications which do not contain absence subject to the provision of
the above information will not be con- funds annually by the Legislative Coun-
sidered. cil and to the requirements of the Pub-
Aplications should be addressed to lie Officers Leave (Passages) Regulations,
the Secretary, the Public Service Coin- 1959
mission, St. George's, Grenada, B.W.. allowance of
and shouhll reach him iot laet r tlain 5. Free quarters or an allowance of
nd should reach him o100 per annum in lieu are provided
80th May, 1954. for medical officers attached to Institu-
11th May, 1954. tions. In districts where un'firnished
(A. 1$1950 II;. Government quarters are av:il ble, rent
-..-. is .payable fo' such quarterss at the iate
No. 267. of 10% of the Officer's salary. Furn-i-
ture is obtained locally.
VACANCIES FOR GOVERNMENT MEDI- re is obtained local.
ACAN.S FOR. OVER EN E 6. The person appointed will be re-
CAL OFFICERS, MEDICAL DEPART- quired to perform the usual duties of a
MENT, BRITISH GUIANA. Government Medical Officer under tle
-- supervision of the Director of Medical
There are vacanci's for Government Services, at any public medical instilu-
Medical Officers in the M-dical Depart- tion, or in any part of the Colony. He
ment of British Guiana, and application- will, in the first instance, be detailed
are invited for appointment to these for duty to one of the Public Hosjiitrls
posts. Apil)inment will be either-'o under the supervision of an experienced
contract fdr three years in the first medical officer.
instance,or to the pensionable establish- He will be required to give'hi servi-
ment subject to satisfactory service ces voluntarily to the, I'fiit Welfare
during a probationary period of tw4t' and Maternity Leagiie jinconnection
years. with the Society for tliB preention and
2. An officer appointed on contract treatment of Tubercul8 is in whatever
will normally be granted, on the sa.t \si district he may be servi '
factory completion, of his resident se'r- 7 Qualifications'eqfi*red fi fa) point-
vice, a Sratnity equivalent to 221% of I.nent to thle post are ii-:ege or Diplo-
his basis salary in liritish Guiana calcu- rnunin Medicine and Suirgeiy reiistrable
late in respect ofp.ichl completed period indepr ,tle Medical Acts of the Imperial
of three month,.4SPvice, including ap- Parliament.














168 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 MAY, 1954.-(No. 30).


8. The candidate should not normally ing is provided. Leave facilities in
be over the age of 35 years. accordance with local regulations will
18th May, 1951. be applicable.
(A. 15/1950). 4. Candidates are required to possess
Sthe General Nursing Certificate of a
Colonial Medical Hospitai, or an equi-
No. 268. valent certificate and must be between
VACANT POSTS OF STAFF NURSES-- 23 and 40 years of age. Preference will
HEALTH DEPARTMENT (T.B. DIVISION) be given to candidates with experience
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO. in nursing tuberculosis cases.
5. Passage to Trinidad and return
passage at the termination of the agree-
Applications are invited for appoint- ment will be paid by the Trinidad Gov-
ment as Staff Nurses in the Tuberculo- ernment.
sis Division of the Health Department, 6. Applications should be submitted
Trinidad 6. applications should be submitted
Trinidad and Tobago. to the Director of Medical Services,
2. Appointment is subject to medical Trinidad, and should reach him not
fitness and on agreement for two years later than the 15th June, 1964. Copies
in the first instance with salary in the and not originals of testimonials or
scale of $720-$1,152 per annum plus a certificates should be submitted.
Cost of Living Allowance. A commenc- (. 15/1950)
ing salary above the minimum may be
paid accordingly to post-graduate ex- By Command,
perience. In addition, it is likely that
as a result of salary regrading which A. V. KING,
will be undertaken this year the emolu- Government Secretary.
ments of the post may be increased.
3. Hostel accommodation including GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
free meals, free uniforms, and launder- 18th May, 1954.



DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER NOTICES.


TREASURY NOTICES.


LAND & 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 Saturday, 22nd May,
1954, at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the recovery of the taxes due thereon.

PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.

Treasury,
Kingstown,
29th April, 1954.

DISTRICT II.
Name of Owner Situation of Description of
or Occupier. Property. Property.
Bodkin John Cane End 1 House.
Cockburn Adalphus Greggs 1 Spot.
Daniel William Popplewells 2 ac.
Lavia Wilfred Greggs 1 House.
King Valvina Hopewell 7 po.
Mayers Ruth North Union 1 ac.
Primus John Richland Park 1 Spot.
Matthews Alpheus Greggs 1 Spot.
Ross Elizabeth Yambou 3 ac. 0 rd. 29 po.
Smart Norman Greggs 2 ro.
Warren Laura Hopewell 1 Spot.
Warren Robert Richland Park 1 House.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 MAY, .1954.-(No. 30). 169


POST OFFICE NOTICE. THE CHATEAUBELAIR TOWN BOARD
BYE-ELECTION.

-GRENADINES MAIL SERVICE. The Clerk will ;e attending at the
SPolice Station, on 24th May 1954 be-
tween the houis of 9 a.m. and 12 noon,
Owing to Monday 24th May being a for the purpose of taking nominations
public holiday the lunch 'Marcelle *S' to 11i the vacancy on the Ohlteaubelair
will leave Kinglgown for the Grenadines Town Board created by Mr. JOHN
on Tuesday 25th inst. at 8 a.m. THoMPSON who has resigned.
SShould a poll be required it will be
P. D. O'N. CRICHTON, taken on the 1st June, 1954, between
Ag. Colonial Postmaster. he hours of 9 a,m. and 5 p.m.
18th May, 1954. 18th May 1954.


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SAINT VINCENT.

RULES AND ORDERS, 1954, No. 1.

ST. VINCENT GRAMMAR SCHOOL (UNIFORMS) RULES.

(Gazetted 18th May, 1954).

1. Short title. These Rules may be cited as the St. Vincent Grammar
School (Uniforms) Rules, 1954.

2. Interpretation. In these Rules-
Lower School boy and Upper School boy mean, respectively, a pupil in
one of the lower forms of the St. Vincent Grammar School, and a pupil in
one of theupper forms of the St. Vincent Grammar School;
School means the St. Vincent Grammar School.

3. Uniforms for Lower School boys. Every Lower School boy shall
attend School dressed in short khaki trousers, a khaki shirt and a School cap.

4. Uniforms for Upper School boys. (1) Subject to the provisions of
paragraph (3) of this rule, every Upper School boy shall attend School dressed in
long grey flannel trousers, a white shirt and a School tie.
(2) Every Upper School boy shall, on special occasions wear, in addition to the
uniform prescribed by paragraph (1) of this rule, a School blazer bearing on the
left upper pocket, the crest of the School.
(3) The Headmaster of the School may grant permission to any Upper School
boy to wear the short trousers prescribed for a Lower School boy if, having regard
to the age and size of such Upper School boy, it is expedient to grant such
permission.

5. School cap, blazer and crest. The School cap, blazer and crest shall
be of the types at present in use for the School, or of such other types as may from
time to time be prescribed by Rules made by the Governor in Council.

6. Headmaster's powers. The Headmaster of the School may, in his
discretion, refuse to admit to the School, or to retain in the School, any Lower
School boy or Upper School boy who fails to comply with any of the provisions of
these Rules.

7. Commencement. These Rules shall come into operation at the
beginning of the First School Term in the year 1955.

Made by the Governor in Council this 30th day of April, 1954.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(E. 11/1953.)

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SAINT VINCENT.

Comparative Statement of Revenue for the period 1st January-31st January, 1954.
Esimt


Heads of Revenue.

1. Import Duties-
Import Duty
Warehouse Rent


i Estimate \
for the Actual Revenue Revenue for
year for the period of same period of Increase.
1953. the return, preceding year.
$ $ c. $ cc.
... 695,000 61,125 76 66,649 16 ...
... 4,500 276 86 432 59 ... ...


2. Export Duty .... 290,000 26,769 18 7,817 56
3, Excise Duty on Rum ... 188,200 11,801 57 13,593 48
Cess on Sugar ... 500 585 16 ...

4. Other Duties ... 65,500 1,704 47 734 95
5. Licences-Liquor ... 11,000 3,483 75 3,192 80
Motor Vehicles, &c. ... 17,500 6,307 32 5,062 80
Other ... 8,079 2,990 86 2,663 38
6. Taxes-Income Tax ... 258,000 10,986 24 4,474 39
Land and House Tax ... 36,000 1,006 88 1,800 64
Other Taxes ... 18,200 1,606 53 1,599 75
7. Port and Harbour Dues-Tonnage ... 11,500 1,336 52 537 96
Port ... 3,000 228 00 209 10
Landing Dues, Aircraft ... 10 ... ...
8. Other Fees of Court, &c. ... 156,074 7,246 90 8,901 84
9. Post Office ... 77,268 5,559 80 1,032 12
10. Telephone ... 17,900 1,132 30 6,576 10
11. Rent of Government Property .. 4,600 386 22 308 22
Interest ... 3,335 311 49 144 84
12. Sales and Leases of Crown Lands ... 10,353 163 29 272 32

1,876,519 145,009 10 126,004 00
11B. Loans and Advances-Repayments ... 85,245 325 00
1,961,764 145,334 10 126,004 00
13. Colonial Development & W/fare Schemes ... 184,719 6,877 38 917 37
14., Deferred Maintenance ... 50,000 ...... ...
15. Grant-in-Aid--Normal ... 415,000 ... ......
STotal Revenue $ 2,611,483 152,211 48 126,921 37


18,951 62
... -, 1
585 16

969 52
290 95
1,244 52
327 48
6.511 85

6 78
798 56
18 90


4,527 68

78 00
166 65


793





1,654
5,443


109


34,477 67 15,472 57
325 00 ...
34,802 67 15,472 57
5,960 01 .. ...


40,762 68 15,472 57


Comparative Statement of Expenditure for the period 1st January-31st January, 1954.


Estimate Actual Expen-
for the diture for the Expenditure for
ywe period of same period of
1953. the return, preceding year.


S $ $ c.
1. Governor ...] 11,641
2. Legislature ... 27,920 550 00
3. Administration ... 117,066 8,301 93
4. Agriculture .. 97,549 5,879 10
5. Audit ... 1,661 1,041 30
6. Central Housing Authority ... 6,000 ... ...
6A. Central Road Authority ... 118,520 1,051 27
6B. Central Water Authority ... 31,330 901 77
7. Charitable ... 24,152 1,662 34
9. Education ,.. 343,002 25,577 03
40. Electricity
11. Judicial .. 41,867 2,530 07
12. Labour ... 11,515 800 88
13. Lands and Survey ... 20,145 1,459 63
14. Legal .. 8,284 806 00
14A. Loans ... 84,000
15. Medical ... 443,5991 21,721 79
16. Miscellaneous -.. 100,751 3,180 09
17. Pensions ... 56,365 3,319 42
18. Police ... 193,605 13,918 91
19. Poit and Marine ... 32,866 2,273 30
20. Post Office ... 55,807 2536 93
21. Prisons .. 59,43 6,399 82
22. Public Debt ... 37,858 12,696 64
23. Public Library ... 8,7021 308 34
24. Public Works Department ... 68,211 4,301 43
25. Public Works Recurrent 76,860, 6,606 94
28. Subventions ... 92,704 322 72
29. Supply Control ... ...
30. Telephone 24,950 1,632 94
31. Treasury ... 92,059 6,417 69
2,301,422 136,198 28
26. Public Works Extraordinary ... 75,342 420 04
26A Deferred Maintenance ... 50,000 5,676 95
2,426,764 142,295 27
8. Colonial DeveloJmnentanl Welfare Schemes 184,719 10,349 70
Total Expenditure $ 2,611,483 152,644 97


$ c.
219 56
420 00
9,389 76
5,677 56
314 36

J,180 07
479 60
1,117 72
22,187 50
6,835 29
1,573 23
1,891 48
1,069 34
547 46

23,681 41
3,814 63
3,407 27
9,623 77
2,509 07
2,048 71
4,453 11
12,887 84
458 66
3,989 62
1,150 64c
26,669 69
6 34
1,167 11
5,679 27
152,148 79
4,679 09

156,827 88-
4,624 15
161,452 03


..


Increase. Decrease.

~S ~---C:
$ G. $ C.
219 56
130 00
... 1,087 83
201 54
726 94

128 80
422 17
544 62
3,389 53
... ... 6,835 29
956 84
S1,090 60




... ... 634 54
... ... 87 &5
4,295 14
... 235 77
488 22 ... ...
1,946 71
.. 191 20
S 150 32
311 81 ...
7,757 58
... ... 26,346 97
... ... 6 .34
465 83 ... ..
738 42...
23,024 18 38,974 69
... ... 4,259 05
5,676 95 ... ...
28,701 13 43,233 74
5,725 55 ... ...
34,426 68 1243,233 74


TREASURY,
3rd May, 1954.
(F. 2011952).


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


Heads of Expenditure.


Decrease.

$ c.
5,523 40
155 73


1,791 91
1.. ..


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Statement of the Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of Saint Vincent as at 31st January, 1954.
-n


1953

$ c.
5,692 00



71,024 00


DEDUCT:-
C.D. \. Expenditnre
Less C.D.W. Revenue


... 10,350.00
... 6,877.00


DEPOSITS :-
Special Funds ...
Less Investments thereon

General Revenue Balance:
Revenue as at 31st January, 1954
$152,212.00
Less C.D.W. Revenue 6.877.00

xpi'xPditure as at 31st January, 1954... 152.645.00
Less C.D.W. Expenditure .. 10,350.00

Surplus as at 31st January, 1954
Add Balance as at 1st January, 1954 .


$


137,627


c.


00


3,47 00 327,144 00


1953

I c..
76,716 00 Advances
Less Sundry Deposits


$ c.

778,677 00
641,050 00




145,335 00


142,295 00

3,040 00
327,577 00

330,617 00


V


$ c.
... 456,120 00
...!273,662 00

182,458 00
... 122.177 00


... 19.001 00
...162,293 00'
... 9,928 00

191,222 00


Other Advances

CASH :-
Treasury and Snh-Treasuries
Barclays Bank-Cutrrent Account
Imprests


Less Overdrafts :-
Crown Agents Cuirent A/c ..
Crown Agent.S oit Colonial
Fund ... ... 2
vr,,r x


31,086 00 160,136 00


464,771 00 76,716 00


464,771 00


1. The Public Debt at 31st January. 1954, stood Lt $552,964.00, this is not recorded in the above Liabilities, and it includes thie sum of $10.080.OC loaned to the Banana Growel s" Association
for which General Revenue is responsible only in case of default.
2. The Accumulated Fund for the redemption df the Debt accumulated at 31st January, 1954, to $154.403.00.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
SAINT VINCENT,
3rd May, 1954.


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


*, .:'. 00

8,800 00


304,635 00


76,716 00


NOTES:


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SAINT VINCENT.
Comparative Statement of Revenue for the period 1st January-31st January, 1954.


Loads of Revenue.

1. Import Duties-
Import Duty
Warehouse Rent


2.
3,


Export Duty
Excise Duty on Rum
Cess on Sugar


4. Other Duties ...
5. Licences-Liquor
Motor Vehicles, &c....
Other ...
6. Taxes-Income Tax ...
Land and House Tax
Other Taxes ...
7. Port and Harbour Dues-Tonnage ...
Port
Landing Dues, Aircraft ...
S. Other f'ees of Court, &c.
9. Post Office
10. Telephone ...
11. Rent of Government Property ...
Interest
12. Sales and Leases of Crown Lands ...


llB. Loans and Advances-Repayments

13. Colonial Development & W/fare Schemes ...
14. Deferred Maintenance .
15. Grant-in-Aid-Normal
Total Revenue $


Increase. I)ecrease.

$ c. $ c.
... ... 5,523 40
155 73

18,951 62
1,791 91
585 16 ...


Estimate
for the Actual Revenue Revenue for
year for the period of same period of
1953. the return. preceding year.
$ $ c. $ c.
695,000 61,125 76 66,649 16
4,500 276 86 432 59

290,000 26,769 18 7,817 56
188,200 11,801 57 13,593 48
500 585 16

65,500 1,704 47 734 95
11,000 3,483 75 3,192 80
17,500 6,307 32 5,062 80
8,079 2,990 86 2,663 38
258,000 10,986 24 4,474 39
36,000 1,006 88 1,800 64
18,200 1,606 53 1,599 75
11,500 1,336 52 537 96
3,000 228 00 209 10
10 ... ... ... ...
156,074 7,246 90 8,901 84
77,268 5,559 80 1,032 12
17,900 1,132 30 6,576 10
-4,600 386 22 308 22
3,335 311 49 144 84
10,353 163 29 272 32

1,876,519 145,009 10 126,004 00
85,245 325 00 ... .__
1,961,7641 145,334 10 126,004 00
184,719 6,877 38 917 37
50,000 ... ......
415,000 ... ... ..
2,611,483 152,211 48 I 126,921 37


34,477 67
325 00
34,802 67
5,960 01


40,762 68


793




1,654
5,443


109


15,472 57
15,472 57


15,472 57


SComparatwe Statement of Expenditure for the period 1st Januaryt Janary- January, 1954.
Estimate Actual Expen. Expenditure for
for the diture for the Expenditure for
Heads of Expenditure. 1Yr riodf same period of Increase Decrese.
1953. te return. preceding year.
I $ $ c. $ c. $ c.- $ c.
1, Governor ... 11,641 ... ... 219 56 ... 219 56
2. Legislature ... 27,920 550 00 420 00 130 00
3. Administration ... 117,066 8,301 93 9,389 76 ..1,087 3
4. Agriculture ... 97,549 5,879 10 5,677 56 201 54
5. Audit ... 14,661 1,041 30 314 36 726 94
6. Central Housing Authority ... 6,000 ... ...
6A. Central Road Authority ... 118,520 1,051 27 ],180 07 ...28 80
6B. Central Water Authority ... 31,330 901 77 479 60 422 17
7. Charitable ... 24,152 1,662 34 1,117 72 544 62 ..
9. Education .. 343,002 25,577 03 22,187 50 3,389 '53
10. Electricity ... ... 6,835 29 ... 6,835 29
11. Judicial .. 41,867 2,530 07 1,573 23 956 84
12. Labour ... 11,515 800 88 1,891 48 1,090 ')
13. Lands.and Survey ... 20,145 1,459 63 1,069 34 390 29
14. Legal ... 8,284 806 00 547 4(; 258 54
14A. Loans ... 84,000 ... ...
15. Medical ... 443,599 21,721 79 23,681 41 1,959 62
16. Miscellaneous ... 100,751 3,180 09 3,814 63 634 54
17. Pensions ... 56,365 3,319 42 3,407 27 87 85
18. Police ... 193,605 13,918 91 .9,623 77 4,295 14
19. Port and Marine ... 32,866 2,273 30 2,509 07 235 77
20. Post Office ... 55,807 2,536 93 2,048 71 488 22
21. Prisons ... 59,433 6,399 82 4,453 11 1,946 7 1
22. Public Debt ... 37,858 12,696 64 12,887 84 .. 191 20
23. Public Library ... 8,702 308 34 458 66 150 32
24. Public Works Department ... 68,211 4,301 43 3,989 62 311 81
25. Public Works Recurrent ... 76,860 6,606 94 1,150 64 r. 7,757 58
28. Subventions ... 92,704 322 72 26,669 69 ...... 26,346 97
29. Supply Control ... ... ... ... 6 34 6 34
30. Telephone .. 24,950 1,632 94 1,167 11 465 83
31. Treasury ... 92,059 6,417 69 5,679 27 738 42 .
2,301,422 136,198 28 152,148 79 23,024 18 38,974 69
26. Public Works Extraordinary ... 75,342 420 04 4,679 09 4,259 05
26A Deferred Maintenance ... 50,000 5,676 95 ... .. 5,676 95
S2,426,764 142,295 27 156,827 88 28,701 13 43,233 74
8. Colonial Development ani Welfare Schemes 184,719 10,349 70 4,624 15 5,725 55
Total Expenditure $ 2,611,483 152,644 97 161,452 03 34,426 68- 43,233 74


TRMASURT,
3rd May, 1954.
(F. 20/1952).


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


-


- --I' -


969
290
1,244
327
6.511
6
798
18


4,527

78
166




Statement of the Assets and Liabilities of. the Colony of Saint Vincent as at 31st January, 1954.


1953

$
5,692


Exp-nditure as at 31st January, 1954... 152,645.00
Less C.D.W. Expenditure .. 10,350.00

Surplus as at 31st January, 1954
Add Balance as at 1st January; 1954 ...


DEDUCT :-
C.D W. Expenditure
Less C.D.W. Revenue


... 10,350.00
... 6,877.00


DEPOSITS:-
Special Funds
Less Investments thereon

General Revenue Balance :
Revenue as at 31st January, 1954
$152,212.00
Less C.D.W. Revenue 6.877.00


$ c. $ c.

778,677 00
641,050 00 137,627 00




145,335 00


142,295 00

3,040 0 I
327,577 00

330.617 00

3,47 00 327,144 00


1953

$ c.
76,716 00 Advances
Less Sundry Deposits


Other Advances

CASH :-
Treasury and Subl-Tra'suries
Barclays Bank-Current Account
Imprests


Less Overdrafts :-
Crown Agents Current A/c.. ",~* 00
Crown Agents Joint Colonial
Fund ... 28,800 00 31,086 00


464,771 00 76,716 00
464,771 00 ^ 76,716 00
I' ---


NOTES:-
1. The Public Debt at 31st January. 1954, stood at $552,964.00, this is not recorded in the above Liabilities, and it includes the sum of $10.080.OC loaned tn the Bnana Groweis' Association
for which General Revenue is responsible only in case of default.
2. The Accumulated Fund for the redemption of the Debt accumulated at 31st January, 1954, to $154.403.00.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
SAINT VINCENT,
3rd May, 1954.


S c.
...j456,120 00
... 273,662 00
---
182,458 00
... 122,177 00


... 19.001 00
... 162,293 00
... 9,928 00

191,222 00


71,024 00


$ c.




304,635 00


160.136 00


76,716 00


464,771 00


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.




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