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Percival T Hills of 42, Don Road, St Helier's need for specialist medicine daily.
Date: 17 July 1940 - 9 August 1940
Meat required for German Troops, and accounts for slaughtered cattle.
Date: 14 November 1944 - 21 February 1945
Establishment of The Jersey Model Laundry and later the Lily-white Laundry as a laundries principally for the German Troops. Correspondence re. the possible requisition of the Jersey Model Laundry.
Date: 12 June 1941 - 10 February 1942
Payment for the Christmas Newspaper for the German Air Force
Date: 12 July 1941 - 14 July 1941
Request that the States of Jersey pay for the new table-ware for the Continental Hotel
Date: 5 September 1941 - 16 September 1941
Requisition of the harbour works and machinery at La Collette. Includes list of men who were employed at La Collette, with names, nature of employment, and pay.
Date: 15 December 1942 - 31 December 1942
Summary of the proposed alterations and additions to the Income Tax Law, for 1940. Includes detailed tables of prices to be paid by different groups of persons. Correspondence re. the financial situation on Jersey in 1940, assessment of income tax levels for 1941, and the question of double taxation between Jersey and Guernsey. See also B/A/W44/2
Date: 18 July 1940 - 18 August 1943
German requests for information re, finances; Revenues received by the States of Jersey and the Parishes in August, September, October, and December, 1938, 1939, and 1940, in January - December, 1939, 1940, and 1941, in January - December, 1940, 1941 and 1942, in January - December, 1941, 1942, 1943, and in January - June, 1942, 1943, and 1944. Monthly financial reports August 1940 - June 1944. Estimates of expenditure for St Helier, 1940-1941, and list of real estate owned by the parish. List of real estate owned throughout Jersey by the States of Jersey. Quarterly Financial Statements for Jersey and the parish of St Helier, 01/02/1940 - 30/04/1944. Scale of pay for employees in hotels occupied by the German Forces
Date: 10 September 1940 - 8 July 1944
Issue of Jersey notes of 2 shillings due to a shortage in silver currency. Includes correspondence with the Department of Finance and Economics
Date: 17 December 1940 - 28 March 1941
Shortage of Silver Currency, and subsequent issue of £50,000 emergency notes. Includes correspondence with the Department of Finance and Economics.
Date: 4 July 1941 - 15 May 1944
Correspondence re: Money for purchases in France, by securing credit in French Francs through Lloyds Bank, Barclays Bank, and Westminster Bank, Paris Branches. Raising a Foreign Exchange loan for the Channel Islands. The Clearing Agreement relating to the purchase of goods in Europe in different currencys, e.g. Reichkreditkassen. Copy of the 'Journal Officiel', 15/01/1943 containing the published agreement between France and the Channel Islands with regard to accounts. Payments to the troops. Transmission of money from the Channel Islands to Germany for the deportees. Payments to German firms. Removal of British Bank Notes from circulation - includes protest from the Bank Managers re. the proposed handing of all British Currency to the German Authorities
Date: 24 January 1941 - 7 August 1944
Correspondence re. payment of an inheritance in foreign exchange, collected for the supplies of the civil population
Date: 28 January 1942 - 3 February 1942
Sending of currency to France. Bank account to be opened for the States of Jersey and Guernsey with the Societe General in Granville
Date: 26 February 1942 - 12 June 1942
Assistance for the dependants remaining in Jersey of workmen working in Germany, lists the names of; James Gibson, John Christopher O'Shea, James O'Rourke, Timothy Hunt, Daniel Joseph O'Hanlon
Date: 19 May 1942 - 28 May 1942
Wages bonus for agricultural workers
Date: 14 April 1942 - 4 February 1943
Family Allowances and Childrens Benefit Fund, includes; Copies of the Social Assurance Committee Child Allowance Section Secretary's Report, 03/02/1945. Report on the Children's Benefit Fund, 1943. Act of the Superior Council on the subject of the payment of allowances for children, 11/08/1943, and 29/04/1942 Published copy of the 'Billet D'Etat', 09/08/1943 - debating the subject of children's allowances
Date: 8 May 1942 - 27 February 1945
Payment of interpreter Heinz Huyssen
Date: 8 October 1940 - 26 October 1940
Wages of civilians employed by the army of occupation, e.g. chauffeurs, drivers, waiters etc. Includes list of proposed wages for staff and rates of pay for the hire of motor vehicles
Date: 23 November 1940 - 25 April 1941
Continued use of the garden at Beauvoir [St Saviour?]
Date: 12 June 1941 - 17 June 1941
Request for a States Official to be on continuous duty, includes weekly duty rosters for Captain Le Sueur's Department - the Department of Essential Commodities, 21/12/1941 - 11/02/1945
Date: 9 December 1941 - 2 November 1945