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ST. LUCIA

4 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1919-44). ST. VINCENT SIERRA LEONE

31 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1929-541..

4 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1938-63). SOUTH AUSTRALIA

4 per cent. Stock (1924).
4 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1916–35).
4 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1917-36).
35 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1939).
3 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1916-26).
3 per cent. Consolidated Inscribed Stock (1916 and

after).
3į per cent. Inscribed Stock (1926-36).
33 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1924).
3 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1934).
4 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1940-60).
52 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1922-27).
6į per cent. Inscribed Stock (1930–40).
6 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1930-40).

5 per cent. Registered Stock (1932-42).
SOUTHERN NIGERIA (LAGOS)

31 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1930–55).
STRAITS SETTLEMENTS

31 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1937-67).
6 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1936-51).

43 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1935-45).
TASMANIA

31 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1920-40).
4 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1920-40).
3 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1920-40).
4 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1940-50).
4. per cent. Inscribed Stock (1935).

6per cent. Registered Stock (1930-40).
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Trinidad 4 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1917-42).

Trinidad 3 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1922–44).
UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA

4 per cent. Consolidated Stock (1943-63).
4, per cent. Inscribed Stock (1920–25).

6 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1930–40). * The necessary steps to comply with the conditions laid down by the Treasury under the Act have been taken by the Government of this Colony, but no Stocks have up to the present been issued by them under the Colonial Stock Acts, 1877-1900.

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VICTORIA

31 per cent. Inscribed Stock of 1888-9 (1923).
31 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1921-26).
3 per cent. Consolidated Inscribed Stock (1929-49).
31 per cent. Consolidated Inscribed Stock (1929-49).
4 per cent: Consolidated Inscribed Stock (1940–60).
4 per cènt. Inscribed Stock (1920–25).
53.per cent. Consolidated Inscribed Stock (1924-34).
6 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1923–25).
5 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1930-40).
5 per cent. Conversion Loan (1935-45).

5 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1932–42).
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

4 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1934).
3} per cent. Inscribed Stock (1915-35).
3 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1915–351.
3 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1916-36).
34 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1920–35).
3 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1927).
31 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1927-47).
33 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1935-55).
3 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1940-60).
4 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1942-62).
5 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1930-40).
6 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1930–40).
5 per cent. Inscribed Stock (1935-45).

4į per cent. Inscribed Stock (1935–65).
The restrictions mentioned in section 2, sub-section (2) of
the Trustee Act, 1893, apply to the above Stocks (see Colonial
Stock Act, 1900, section 2).

The Revenues of the respective Colonies alone are liable in respect of these Stocks and the dividends thereon, and the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom and the Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury are not directly or indirectly liable or responsible for the payment of the Stock or of the dividends thereon, or for any matter relating thereto.(Colonial Stock Act, 1877, 40 & 41 Vict., c. 59, s. 19.) Treasury CHAMBERS, S.W.,

3rd July 1923. Note.—The conditions prescribed by Treasury Order under Section 2 of the Colonial Stock Act, 1900, were published in the London Gazette of the 14th December 1900. Copies of the Order (price ld.) may be obtained from H.M. STATIONERY OFFICE at the following addresses: Imperial House, Kingsway, London, W.C. 2, and 28, Abingdon Street, London, S.W. 1; York Street, Manchester; 1, St. Andrew's Crescent, Cardiff ; or 120, George Street, Edinburgh, either directly or through any Bookseller.

Printed under the authority of His MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE
By Eyre and Spottiswoode, Ltd., East Harding Street, E.C.4,

Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty,

ABSTRACT ACCOUNT,

1921-1922.

ABSTRACT ACCOUNT, showing the Issues made from the

CONSOLIDATED FUND of the UNITED KINGDOM, in the Financial Year ended 31 March 1922, for the Interest and Management of the Debt, for the Civil List, and for all other Issues in the Financial Year for Services charged directly on the said Fund; together with the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General thereon.

(Presented pursuant to Act 29 & 30 Vict. c. 39, 8. 21.)

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

16 February 1923.

LONDON:
PUBLISHED BY HIS MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE.

To be purchased through any Bookseller or directly from

H.M. STATIONERY OFFICE at the following addresses : IMPERIAL HOUSE, KINGSWAY, LONDON, W.C.2, and 28, ABINGDON STREET, LONDON, S.W. 1; 37, PÉTER STREET, MANCHESTER; 1, ST. ANDREW'S CRESCENT, CARDIFF;

or 120, GEORGE STREET, EDINBUROH.

1923.

Price 3d. Net.

19840

8.

8. d.

CONSOLIDATED FUND.
ABSTRACT ACCOUNT showing the ISSUES made from the CONSOLIDATED FUND of the UNITED KINGDOM, in

the Financial Year ended 31 March 1922, for the Interest and Management of the DEBT, for the CIVIL
List, and for all other Issues in the Financial Year for SERVICES charged directly on the said FUND.

Services and References to Details in Finance Accounts.
NATIONAL DEBT SERVICES :

£

d. £
Inside the Permanent or Fixed Annual Charge :
Interest of the Funded Debt (page 38)

7,875,872 4 11
Terminable Annuities (page 38)

2,593,008 1 1 Interest of the Unfunded Debt (page 38)

4,110,490 9 11 Management of the Debt (page 39)

826,384 1 New Sinking Fund (page 40)

9,094,245 2 7

24,500,000
Outside the Permanent or Fixed Annual Charge :
Interest, &c., on War Debt (page 40)

· 307,794,346 11 7 PAYMENTS TO LOCAL TAXATION ACCOUNTS, &c. (page 4])

11,171,715 14 1

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Road FUND (page 42)
PAYMENTS TO NORTHERN IRELAND EXCHEQUER (page 42)
LAND SETTLEMENT (page 42)
OTHER CONSOLIDATED FUND SERVICES :

Civil List (page 42)
Annuities and Pensions (pages 43–48)
Salaries and Allowances (pages 49–51)
Courts of Justice (pages 52-60)
Miscellaneous Services (page 61) ·

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TEMPORARY ADVANCES (page 9):

For purchase of Bullion for Coinage
Interest on Exchoquer Bonds issued under the Capital Expenditure (Money) Act, 1904 (4 Edw. VII. c. 21),

Under the Unemployment Insurance Acts, 1921, repayable from the Unemployment Fund
ISSUES TO MEET CAPITAL EXPENDITURE (page 9):

Under the Telegraph Acts, 1892 to 1921 (55 & 56 Vict. c. 59; 62 & 63 Vict. c. 38; 7 Edw. VII. c. 6;

1 & 2 Geo. V. o. 26; 3 & 4 Geo. V. c. 24; 10 & 11 Goo. V. c. 37; and 11 & 12 Geo. V. c. 57) Under the Post Office (London) Railway Act, 1913 (3 & 4 Geo. V. c. oxvi. (Local) ) Under the Housing Act, 1914 (4 & 5 Geo. V. c. 31)

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29,260,245 6

DEPRECIATION FUND :

Under the Finance Act, 1917 (7 & 8 Geo. V. c. 31) (page 9)
IBSUES FOR REDEMPTION OF UNFUNDED DEBT (page 11):
Treasury Bills paid off:

Under the Finance Act, 1920, Section 59 (6)
Under the War Loan Acts, 1914 to 1919

(10)19840

£

8. d. 10,578,839 4 10 3,986,834,160 15 2

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War Loans, Exchequer Bonds, &c., paid off under the Finance Acts, 1916

and 1917 (6 & 7 Geo. V. c. 24 and 7 & 8 Geo. V. c. 31) (transferred for Death Duties and Excess Profits Duty, &c.). National Savings Certificates paid off :

£

d. Under the Finance Act, 1920, Section 59 (6)

26,000,000
Under the War Loan Acts, 1914 to 1919

10,400,000
Exchequer Bonds paid off :
5 per Cent. 1921

18,962,820
54 per Cent. 1922

€31,818,312 14 4
Less paid off by the National Debt Commissioners 8,000,000

23,818,312 14 4

36,400,000

Wt 28810_249

750 4123

Other Debt created under the War Loan Acts, 1914 to 1919, paid off

42,781,132 14 4
58,815,155 19 6

-4,168,767,551 4 4
1,383,861,000

WAYS AND MEANS ADVANCES REPAID (page 11)
ISSUES TO NATIONAL DEBT COMMISSIONERS TO REDUCE DEBT (pages 11 & 13):

Anglo-Persian Oil Company, Dividends, &c., under Section 3 (2) of the Anglo-Persian Oil

Company (Acquisition of Capital) Amendment Act, 1919 (9 & 10 Geo. V. c. 86)
East Africa Protectorate Loan, Repayment under the Finance Act, 1911 (1 & 2 Geo. V. c. 48)
Cunard Loan Repayments under the Cunard Agreement (Money) Act, 1904 (4 Edw. VII. c. 22)

Capital of Suez Canal Drawn Shares under the Finance Act, 1898 (61 & 62 Vict. c. 10. s. 15)
PROCEEDS OF NATIONAL SAVINGS CERTIFICATES issued to National Debt Commissioners under the Finance

Act, 1920, Section 59 (4) (10 & 11 Geo. V. c. 18) (page 13)
OLD SINKING FUND, 1910–11 (page 13)

Amount issued in 1921-22 under the Finance Act, 1911 (1 & 2 Geo. V. c. 48), Section 16 (1) (6)

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319,620

Total Issues charged directly on the Consolidated Fund

£6,012,766,741 18

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Treasury,

0. E. Niemeyer. 18 November 1922. s

I hereby certify, pursuant to the Act 29 & 30 Vict. c. 39, s. 21, that the foregoing Account has been examined with reference to the several Acts
of Parliament under which the issues have been made, and is correct.

Malcolm G. Ramsay,
Comptroller and Auditor General.

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