TRIN1DAD AND TOBAGO
Belmont Improvement Bate.
AN ORDINANCE to amend the Belmont Improvement
Rate Ordinance, 1907, (20-1907).
GEORGE R. LE HUNTE,
26th June, 1912
BE it enacted by the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Belmont Improve- short Title.
ment Rate (Amendment) Ordinance, 1912, and shall be
read as one with the Belmont Improvement Rate Ordinance
1907, which is hereinafter referred to as the principal
2. The preamble to the principal Ordinance shall be Construction
read and construed as if reference had therein been made princal rdfi
to the Public Works Loan Ordinance, 1912 and not to the nance.
Public Works Loan Ordinance 1907, and as if the sum
appropriated to the Belmont Improvement Works and the
amount to be repaid to the Government had been 30,300
and 7,575 respectively, and not 29,000 and 7,250 as in
the said preamble set forth.
3. Sub-section (a) of Section 8 of the principal Ordinance AmSeeinof
is amended by adding at the end thereof the words or principal Ordi-
any Ordinance amending or repealing the same." dance.
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Belmont Improvement Rate.
Repeal of Sec- 4. Section 17 of the principal Ordinance is hereby
tion 17 of prin-
cipal Ordi- repealed.
Application of 5.-(1.) The application by the Board from the com-
1907 to com-n mencement of the principal Ordinance up to the commence-
nofthisdi- ment of this Ordinance of the rates levied and collected
nance. under the principal Ordinance in payment to the Receiver-
General of interest on the sums from time to time advanced
and expended by the Government with the concurrence of
the Board, in and for the purpose of the execution of the
Belmont Improvement Works is hereby confirmed, and a
similar application of such rates may be made for the like
purposes and in the same manner as hereinbefore provided
until the amount authorized by the Public Works Loan
Ordinance 1912, for the purposes of the Belmont Improve-
ment Works has in fact been raised.
(2.) Subject to the provisions of the preceding sub-
section, the rates collected or to be collected under the
provisions of the principal Ordinance shall be carried
by the Board to a separate account to be entitled The-
Belmont Improvement Rate Account," and from the
amounts to the credit of such account there shall be paid
annually to the Receiver-General such sutns as may be
fixed by the Governor under Section 8 of the Public Works
Loan Ordinance, 1912, in respect of interest and sinking
fund on account of the sum of 7,575 payable by the
ratepayers in Belmont under the last mentioned Ordinance
and under the principal Ordinance.
(3.) The surplus, if any, after allowing for payment
of interest as mentioned in Sub-section (1) hereof or of the
annual instalment of interest and sinking fund as men-
tioned in Sub-section (2) hereof, may be expended from
time to time by the Board in such further improvement
work in the improvement area as the Board may think
(4.) Any expenditure incidental to the carrying out
of the provisions of the principal Ordinance and this
Ordinance may be paid for from such surplus as in the
preceding sub-section mentioned.
No. 27. Belmont Improvement Rate. 1912.
6. Schedule 1 of the principal Ordinance is amended Amendmentof
by striking out the Northern boundary therein defined and p5inh of
substituting in lieu thereof the following:- Ordinance.
"N. A line drawn in a Westerly direction
from a point 100 yards due North of the
intersection of the Belmont Valley Road
and the Eastern boundary line of the town
and parallel to the Belmont Valley Road
and Belmont Circular Road to a point on
the St. Ann's or Dry River 100 yards
North of the centre of the concrete
Passed in Council this Sixth day of May, in the year
of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twelve.
HARRY L. KNAGGS,
Clerk of the Council.