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PUBLIC WORKS LOANS BILL, 1923.

STATEMENT OF PARTICULARS of a LOAN of which the

Balance Outstanding is proposed to be Remitted or Written off (in Whole or in Part) from the Assets of the Local Loans Fund.

LOAN BY THE PUBLIC WORKS LOAN

COMMISSIONERS.

(Advanced under the Harbours and Passing Tolls, &c., Act, 1861

(24 d 25 Vict. c. 47) ).

Name of Borrower: EYEMOUTH HARBOUR TRUSTEES.
Date of Loan: Between 31st March, 1892 and 15th February,

1894. Purpose of Loan: For the execution of certain works of improve

ment of the Harbour. Amount of Loan: £10,000. Amount Repaid : (includes Amounts remitted) £5,943. Amount of Principal Outstanding : £4,057. Amount to be Remitted : £200. Observations: By the arrangement confirmed by section 3, sub

section 2, of the Public Works Loans Act, 1901, the sole security for the loan of £10,000 advanced by the Public Works Loan Commissioners to the Eyemouth Harbour Trustees is that of the Fishery Board for Scotland, and the terms of this security are embodied in a Memorandum, dated 11th March, 1892, under the hand of the Secretary for Scotland, whereby a portion of the “Surplus Herring Brand Fees," as defined in Clause 3 of the Memorandum, is pledged in security for repayment of the loan and interest, by the instalments and at the times mentioned in the security given by the Harbour Trustees for the loan. It was further provided that the portion of the “ Surplus Herring Brand Fees,' as defined in Clause 3, of any one year, should only be applicable to the repayment of the one-fiftieth part of principal, and interest on outstanding principal, falling due under the security for the loan in the same year, and should

not be applicable to the repayment of arrears of principal. The Surplus Herring Brand Fees ” of the year ending 31st

March, 1923, were insufficient to discharge in full the instalment of principal, with interest, which fell due, under the security, in the same year, and the principal sum of £200, with £131 17s. Od. for interest (together £331 17s. Od.) remained undischarged, and, under the terms of the Memo randum above referred to, the amount is irrecoverable.

(43085) Wt.

625 7/23 H. St. G. 17

ACCOUNTS, 1921-22.

ABSTRACT ACCOUNT of the Receipts into and Payments out of

the ROAD FUND in the Year ended 31 March 1922, together with the REPORT of the COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR GENERAL thereon.

(Presented pursuant to Act 10 & 11 Geo. 5. c. 72, s. 3 (5).)

Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be Printed,

20 February 1923.

LONDON:
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ROAD FUND.

(10 & 11 Geo. 5. c. 72, s. 3 (5).) ABSTRACT ACCOUNT of the Receipts into and Payments out of the Fund for the Year ended 31 March 1922. RECEIPTS.

PAYMENTS. £ . d. ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES

$

S. d. Balance at 1 April 1921

375,425 18 2 1. Payments to Ministry of Trans

port of expenses incurred by and ISSUES FROM CONSOLIDATED FUND

in connexion with the Roads Motor Licence Duties

...10,795,000
Department

95,539 9

2. Laboratory, Museum, Research RECEIPTS FROM ROAD GRANT, UN

and Experimental Work

4,885 9 2 EMPLOYMENT RELIEF VOTE (UN

3. Stationery and Printing

11,199 17 1 CLASSIFIED SERVICES VOTE 12-)

4. Incidentals and Miscellaneous Advances for Loans to Local

Services

2,018 9 Authorities

470,000

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES IN CON

NEXION WITH SPECIAL WORKS LOANS REPAID

(USEMPLOYMENT)

7,234 11 1. Ordinary

95,108

Costs OF COLLECTION OF MOTOR 2. Special Works (Unemployment) 53,277

LICENCE DUTIES (Sec. 3 (4) (a)
Roads Act, 1920)

301,434 10 4 INTEREST AND PROFITS ON INVEST

REFUNDSMENTS RECEIVED

1. Local Licensing fees repayable 1. Interest on Investments

10,032 15

to Local or Police Authorities 2. Interest on Loans-Ordinary

113 3 5 (Sec. 3 (4) (6) Roads Act, 1920)... 23,290 9 3. Interest on Loans-Special

2. General Identification Marks, &c. Works (Unemployment)

5,025 9

(Sec. 14 (2) Roads Act, 1920) 15,662 11 6 4. Profit on Investments

... 567,021

7 2 3. Expenses of other Government

Departments (Sec. 3 (4) (e) Roads MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS

Act. 1920)

630 3 10 1. Direct Works-Sales of Timber,

CASH INVESTED

...52,636,965 14 2 &c.

38 4 CONSTRUCTION OF NEW ROADS2. Receipts in Works Contract

1. Grants

133,642 Accounts

2. Loans

52,037 (a) Interest on bank balances

245 2 6 IMPROVEMENT OF ROADS(6) Miscellaneous sales, &c. 69 15 5 1. Grants

2,185,281 5 3 3. Other Receipts ... 86 14 3 2. Loans

216,030

MAINTENANCE OF ROADS AND PROCEEDS OF IN

BRIDGES, CLASSES I. and II.VESTMENTS £ .. d.

Grants to expenditure other than REALISED 49,884,986 12 11

Loan Charges

4,622,842 11 6 Less profit on

SPECIAL WORKS (UNEMPLOYMENT), Investments as

1920–21-
above
567,021 7 2

1. Construction of New Roads
-49,317,965 5 9
(a) Grants

398,073 ADVANCES

(0) Works carried out depart1. Ordinary

1,927 6
mentally

112,377 3 8 2. Other Government Departments'

(c) Loans

277,173 Roads

614,997 19 5 2. Improvement of Roads3. Licence Duty--Refunds, &c. 213,965 13 5

(a) Grants

410,361 4. Irish Development Grants 118,181 13 11 (b) Loans

195,786 5. Exchequer (Unemployment

SPECIAL WORKS (UNEMPLOYMENT), Grants Committee)-London

1921-22Arterial Roads

260,000
1. Construction of New Roads

45,145 6. Unemployment Grants Com

2. Improvement of Roads

110,781 mittee-Irish Unemployment

3. New works carried out departSchemes

3,000
mentally

87,312 15 7 7. Contributions from Highway

ADVANCES—
Authorities

5,000
1. Ordinary

1,568 19 2 8. Exchequer Grant 1921-22

2. Other Government Departments' Schemes (Unemployment) 563,000

Roads

672,807 8 1 9. Exchequer Contributions 1920

3. Licence Duty-Refunds, &c. 43,040 19 4 21 Schemes (Unemployment) 380,000

4. Irish Development Grants 118,628 14 3
5. Exchequer (Unemployment

Grants Committee) London
Arterial Roads...

141,595 6 9
6. Unemployment Grants Com-
mittee — Irish Unemployment
Schemes

1,279 6 8 7. Contributions from Highway Authorities

114,268 14

7 8. Exchequer Grant

**1921-22 Schemes (Unemployment)

68,986 10 3 9. Exchequer Contributions 1920-21 Schemes (Unemployment)

437,490 1 11 TRANSFER TO GOVERNMENT OY NORTHERN IRELAND

100,000
Balance at 31 March 1922

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8. d.

d
Bank of England 104,176 6 8
With Paymaster
General

47,790 17 0
With Sub-
Accountants-
(a) Direct

Works A/cs. 52,278 13 1
(6) District
Valuers

135 1 8
(c) Others

31 7 8

204,4126 1 £63,849,781 7 5

£63,849,781 7 5

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W. F. Marwood,

Accounting Officer.

Ministry of Transport.

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