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SAINT VINCENT.


1913.



ORDERS-IN-COUNCIL, RULES, REGULATIONS

I.


AND PROCLAMATIONS,


MADE BY THE GOVERNOR


IN COUNCIL.


Alteration of the Rules passed by the Gov-
ernor in Council under the authority of
"The Customs Ordinance, 1900", on 8th
November, 1912.
(Gazetted 6th March, 1913.)
T HE Rules made by the Governor in Council on the
6th day of November, 1912, under the authority of
"The Customs Ordinance, 1900" settling the classifi-
cation of Imports and Exports are hereby altered as
follows:-
1, In line four of Rule six the word "manufactured"
shall read "unmanufactured".
2. 'On the third page of the List of ArticlEs the
following shall be grouped in Class III. instead of in
Class It. in the column headed "Summary Classifi-
cation (4)" viz:-
Cotton- .
Yarn
Piece Goods
Electrical Apparatus.
Made by the Governor in Council this 24th day of
February, 1913.
V. F. DRAYTON,
Clerk of Councils.
SAINT VINCENT.


(L. S.


Ay His. Honour The Honourable CHARLES
GIDEON MURLAY, Administrator of the
Colony of Saint Vincent and its Depen-


den&cie, !Vo.,


e., S6c.


C. GIDEON MURRAY,
Administrator.
A PROCLAMATION.
W FIEREA.S nd.i-r thli authority of Th- Laln.,
(AUqiidsiti;oi for P'ul.bli, Pu'poeI rdirinane,
1906", the Govern,.,r iii Couumil ha.- determined uiponi


the acquisition for a Public Work of three small
detached strips of land belonging to Anthony DaSilva
of Richmond Hill, St. Vincent, containing together one
rood and two poles more or less being parts of Lot Nco.
11 Richmond Hill Land Settlement Estate and hounded
as shown and described in the plan referred to below.
AN1D WHEREAS the said lots of land were surveyed
on the 31st day of March, 1913, by James& Lanireth
Smith, Crown Surveyor, and delineated in a plan dated
the 3rd day of April, 1913, a copy of which was lodged
in the Registrar's Office on the 7th day of April, 1913.
Now KNOW YE 1hat I CHARLES (i]I ..I. ,i .
Administrator as aforesaid, do by tli ,:,.,
hereby proclaim make known aid declr, :. 6 ('I
inhabitants of the said Island and its 1 ,-pendeucpes
that I intend to take possession of the said l'.,ts of 116Ad
on behalf of His Majesty.
GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of
the Island of Saint Vincent at the Government
Office in the said Island this 8th day of April,
in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and thirteen and in the third year
of His Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING I

By His Honour's Command,

V. F. DRAYTON,
7'i,,f CTrk.

Local Rules relating to the Departmental
and Sick Leave of Public Officers.

(Gazetted 17th April, 1913.'i

OFFICERS' DEPARTMENTAL LEAVE.
HEADS of Departments including lnagistrateF niny
grant leave of absence to any of their subordinate
officers for a period uiot exceeding seven days, provided
such arrangements as may be necessary for the ade-


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quate discharge of the duties of the officer applying
for leave are made without extra cost, and provided
that the aggregate of suc.h leave granted to any one,
officer does not exceed 14 days in each 3ear. 7The
expression "subordinate officer." doe-, not include
Medical Officer-.

OFFICERS' SICK LEAVE.
An Officer who is absent from his duties on account
of illness for more than two days must on the third day
send to the head of his department (or to the Adminis-
trator if he be himself a head of a department) a
medical certificate, stating the nature and probable
duration of his illness.
If adequate provision, satisfactory to the Governor,
can be made for the performance of the duties of an
officer who is absent on account of illness, he may be
allowed to draw full pay for a period not exceeding
.28 days in any 12 months. This leave, which shall be
recorded as "Sick Leave", shall not affect his vacation
or half-pay leave.
If satisfactory arrangements cannot be made by an
Officer for the performance of his duties while on "Sick
Leave" such proportion of any additional expenditure
incurred in connection with the discharge of his duties
will be charged against the officer as the Governor may
determine; but not to exceed one half of his salary.
Any absence on account of illness beyond the period
allowed as Sick Leave" will be on half pay, unless
vacation leave is sanctioned by the Governor and the
officer can make arrangements for the discharge of his
duties during such leave, as provided by the Colonial
Regulations (Art. 98).
The Local Rules relating to the absence of Public
Officers from their duties on account of illness approved
on the 23rd day of June, 1908, are hereby repealed.


Approved by the
.of April, 1913.


Governor in Council this 5th day


V. F. DRAYTON,
Clerk of Councils.


Amendment of the Regulations for the
management and control of the Govern-
ment Jetty, at Georgetown made by tbe
Governor in Council under the authority
of The Georgetown Jetty Ordinance
1911".


(Gazetted 17th April, 1913.)



fTHE following shall be substituted for Regulation
. 12 of the Regulations made by the Governor in
Council on the 19th day of March, 1912, for the
managmnir-nt and control of the Georgetown Jetty:-
12. No person shall in any circumstances bathe from
the Jetty. Persons may fish from the Jetty, pro-


vidqd that such fishing does not interfere with the
jetty traffll, and the Wharfinger is hereby empowered
to withhold hi.. permis'.ion to fish, or order persons to
cease from fishing, if in his; opinion fishing interferes
with the jetty traffic: and any person who refuses or
neglects to comply with the order ol the Wharfinger
as aforesaid, shall be held .to have violated the
provisions of this Regulation.


Made by the Governor
April, 1913.


in Council this 5th day of


V. F. DRAYTON,
Clerk of Councils.


Additional Rules made for the Government
of the Prison of St. Vincent.




(Gazetted 17th April, 1913.)




WBEREAS in the Rules for the Government of the
Prison in St. Vincent approved by the Governor
in Council on the 6th day of November, 1905, a
Dietary Scale was settled setting forth the diet which
convicted prisoners receive.
And whereas it is deemed expedient to amend the
said Rules relating to the Dietary Scale.
Now it is hereby ordered by the Governor in Council
of the Colony of St. Vincent by virtue of the powers
recited in the preamble to the Principal Rules, as
follows:-
Clause No. 268 of the Principal Rules shall be
amended by the addition at the end thereof of the
words "and such fish either fresh or salt shall be as
far as possible without bone".
The following Clause shall be added as -No. 268a:-
To allow for such bone as must necessarily be in the
"fish given to prisoners, twenty-five per cent additional
"in weight of fish shall be allowed to each prisoner
"entitled to the same over and above the -quantity as
"regulated by the Dietary Scale and by Rule No. 268".




Made by the Governor in Council this 5th day of
April, 1913.

V. F. DRAYTON,
Clerk of Couneile.








SAINT VINCENT.


By His Jlonour T7e Honourable CHARLES
GIDEON Mit.,ii.\v. Administrator of the
SL Island of Saint Vincent and its Depen-
dencies, 'eckc.f.., !ec.

C. GIDEON MURRAY,
Administrator.

A PROCLAMATION.
W HEREAS under section 6 of The Bank Holidays
Ordinance 1900", it is enacted that it shall be
lawful for the Governor in Council from time to time
when it is made to appear in any special case that in
any year that it is inexpedient that a day by this Ordi-
nance appointed for a Bank Holiday should be a Bank
Holiday, to declare by Proclamatibn in the manner in
which days of Public Thanksgiving may he appointed
that iic h day shall not in such year be a Bank Holiday
and to appoint such other day as to the Governor in
Council may seem fit to be a Bank Holiday instead of
such day and thereupon the day so appointed shall in
such year be substituted arid observed in lieu of the
day appointed.
ACD WIIEEAs it is inexpedient that the Banik Holi-
day known as "YVi tori Day" usually held on 24th
May should this year be held on 24th May, 191i8.
Now.v THEREFORE I DO, with the advice of the Execu-
tive Council and pursuant to the autbhority in me vested
'by the said Ordinance hereby appoint Monday the 26th
of May, 1913, to be observed as a Bank Holiday
throughout the Colony.
GIvEN under my hand and the Public Seal of
the Island of Saint Vincent at the Government
Office in the said Island this 10th day of MaFy
in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and thirteen and in the fourth year
of His Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE KING!

By His Honour's Command,

S. C. CONNELL,
Acting Chief Clerk.


SAINT VINCENT.


By

L.S.


His Honour The Honourable CHARLES
GIDEON MURRAY, Administrator of the
Government of the Island of Saint Vincent


and its Dependencies, f-c.,


Jc., io.


C. GIDEUN MURRAY,
A d,,, inistrator.


A PROCLAMATION.

To all to -',rIo,& f/,,'se presents shall come, Greeting!
W HEREAS an Agreement was entered into on the
9th day.of April, 1912, between Representatives


of the Government of the Dominion of Canada and
Representative ouf certain Biitish Colonies, including
the Colony of St. Vincent, Iy which rei:iprocal tariff
concessions w.-re giraied by the D,_.minion and the
Colonies which aor parties to th.- Agreement.
AND WHERE.\q tlih said Agreement, was coutirmeil by
an Ordinance No. 2 of t1;' of the Legi.slature of St.
Vincent entitleil An Ordinance to gike fteect to the
"Canadian-We.,t Indian Prteferential Tariff Agreement
"signed at Ottawa on the ninth day of April, 1912, and
to amend the.Custouis Drties Ordinance, ;895".
AND WHEREAS by section 5 of the sid Ordinance No.
2 of 1913 it is provided that the Ordlinance shall come
into operation upon stii day as the Goveinor shall
notify by by Proclamation, andi that the Proclamation
shall also make known the approval of the said Agree-
ment by the Parliament of Canada and by the Secretary
of State for the Colonies.
Now THEREF,:IE I o.), by this my Proiclamation
hereby proclaim and i,,kei- known that. ihe Parliament
of Canada and the Sec':rtary tot State for the Colonies
have made known their approval of the aforesaid
Agreement and I do Lh-reby further prtclaim and make
known that the -ai,.l uOrJiinn e e-ntitied An Ordinance
"to give effect to the Canadinn-West Indian Pre-
"ferential Tariff Agr.eement ,-igned at Ottawa on the
"9th day of April, 1912, and to amend the Customs
"Duties Ordinance, lb9'" hall come into operation on
the Second day of June, 191:3.
GIVEN undl-r rno hall aIn. the. Pul.lie Seal of the
Island oit St. Vin, ent at the Gov,.rnment
Office in the said Island this 31st dily of May
in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and thirteen and in th..- fourth year
of His Majesty's reign.


GOD SAVE THE KING!


By His Honour's Command,


S. C. CONNELL,
Acting Chief Clerk.


SAINT VINCENT.

By is Honour The Honourable C'ARLES
GIDEON MURlAnY, Administrator ,f the
L. S. Government of the Island of Saint lIenent
E / and its Dependencies, fc., -c., A 6'r.


C. GIDEON MURRAY,
Administrator.


A PROCLAMATION.

lo all to whom these presents shall come, Gretig .'

W HEREAS by Section Seventeen of an Ordinance
passed by the Legislative Council on the
thirteenth day of May, 1913 entitled "An Ordinance
to fix a Tariff of Duties on goods imported into









this Colony" it is provided that the said Ordinance
shall commence and come into operation on a day
to be named hy the Governor by Proclamation.
Now TEHEEFORE I DrO by this my Proclamation
hereby proclaim and mike known that the- said
Ordinance entitled "' An Ordinance to fix a Tariff of
Duties on goods imported into this Colony" shall
come into operation on the 4th day of June, 1913.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the
Island of St. Vincent at the Government
Office in the said Island this 31st day of
May in the year of Our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and thirteen and in the fourth
year of His Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING!

By His Honour's Command,

S. C. CONNELL,
A11hng Chif erI,.


ORDER-IN-GOUNCIL.



The Customs Preferential Duties Ordinance, 1913.



(Gazetted 2nd June, 1913.)



U NDER the authority of section 3 sub-section (4) of
"The Customs Preferential Duties Ordinance,
1913", the Governor in Council hereby declares that
the provisions of the said section 3 shall apply to all
goods enumerated in Schedule A to the Agreement
which are the produce or manufacture of any of the
British Colonies set out hereunder in the same manner
as to similar goods which ae the produce or manu-
facture of Canada:-

iBrit i; Colonies entitled to benefits of Pri f, rnifjl a rrif.


Trinidad,
British Guiana,
Barbados,
St. Lucia,
Grenada,


Antigua,
St. Kitts-Nevis,
Dominica,,
Montserrat,
Virgin Islands.


Made by the Governor in Council this Second day
of June, 1913.

S. C. CONNELL,
Acting Clerk of Councils.


REGULATIONS made under Section 4
of "The Customs Preferential Duties Ordi-
nance 1913" to govern the Entry of Goods
under the British Preferential Tariff into
St. Vincent.


(Gazetted 2nd June, 1913.)


1. During the term of the agreement the hereinafter
designated articles of merchandise being boni fide the
growth, produce or manufacture of the United Kingdom,
Canada, Newfoundland or such other British Colonies
as may from time to time be declared to be entitled to
the advantages'of the agreement entered into on the 9th
day of April, 1912, between Canada and certain of the
West Indian Colonies shall be admitted at such respec-
tive preferential rates of duty as may be specified in
any Customs Duties Ordinance for the time being in
force.

LIST OF ARTICL.S.
Fish, canned.
Fish, dried, salted, or smoked.
Fish, pickled.
Meats, salted or cured.
Meats, canned.
Meats, fresh, and poultry (dead).
Wheat flour.
Indian meal.
Bolled oats and oatmeal.
Cereal foods.
Bran and pollard.
Bread and biscuits of all kinds.
Oats.
Beans and peas. whole or split.
Coal bituminous.
Butter.
Cheese.
Lard.
Hay.
Horses, cows, oxen, bulls, sheep, swine, and poul-
try (living).
Brooms and brushes.
Boots, shoes and slippers.
Cordage.
Agricultural machinery and implements of all
kinds.
Iron and steel nails, spikes, rivets, and clinches.
Wire (including barbed wire), woven wire fencing,
and metal gates.
Machinery (including motor and other engines),
steam boilers, electric machinery, and electric
dental appliances of all kinds.
Vehicles, including automobiles and motor cars.
Manufactures of india-rubber.
Paints, colours, and varnishes.
Paper of all kinds and manufactures of paper.
Vegetables of all kinds, including potatoes, onions,
and canned vegetables.
Soap.
House, office, cabinet or store furniture of wood,
iron, or other material; including cash regis-
ters, coffins, caskets, casket robes and linings,
and casket hardware.
Planks, boards, deals, joists, scantling, shingles,
shooks, staves, and heading.









Doors, sashes and blinds.
Pianos and organs.
Starch.
Trunks, valises, travelling and tool bags, and
baskets of all kinds.
Cement.
Glass bottles, lamps, lamp chimneys, and table
glassware.
Nickel plated, gilt or electroplated ware.
Calcium carbide.
Linseed oil cake and linseed oil cake meal.
Fresh fruits.
Canned and bottled fruits.
Condensed milk.
2. Manufactured articles shall only be admitted at
the preferential rates of duty upon proof being sub-
mitted that a substantial portion of the labour of the
United Kingdom, Canada, Newfoundland or the Colonies
entitled to the advantages of the agreement as aforesaid
has entered into the production of such articles to the
extent in each article of not less than one-fourth of the
value thereof at the time the goods are entered for
exportation with the Customs Authorities in the
country of produce or manufacture.
3. All articles entitled to preference under these
regulations, imported or brought into the Colony of
St. Vincent shall be accompanied by such evidence of
origin as is hereinafter required, and all such articles
imported or brought into St. Vincent not accompanied
by such evidence shall be deemed to be articles not
entitled to admission at preferential rates of duty.
4. All articles entitled to preference shall be accom-
panied by a certificate of origin in the form set forth
in Schedule "A".
5. Certificates of origin in order to be valid must be
attested to in British Countries before a Collector or
other principal Officer of Customs, Notary Public or other
official authorised to administer oaths; and in other
countries before a British or other Consul, Notary
Public, or other official authorised to administer oaths,
and they must bear the autograph signature of the
authority issuing the same,- together with the seal of
office, if any. No certificate shall be valid after the
expiry of six months from the date of its issue.
6. Inasmuch as it is possible that articles entitled
to preference may occasionally reach St. Vincent
before the arrival of the certificates of origin relat-
ing to the same it shall be competent for the Cus-
toms Authorities to authorise the delivery of such
articles at the preferential rates of duty on the security
of a deposit equal in amount to the difference in duty
between the preferential and general rates, or on bond
being given for such amount for the due production of
the necessary certificates within a prescribed period,
provided that a general bond may bq entered into to
cover a series of transactions, and in a penalty suitable
to the extent of such transactions. The forms of bond
for use are specified in Schedules "B" and "C".
Deposits made under the provisions of this paragraph
shall be carried to account under the appropriate head
of revenue at the end of a week after the expiration of
the time allowed by the Customs Authorities for the
production of the certificate of origin.
7. When goods accompanied by certificates of origin
are not in uniformity with the descriptions borne on
the certificates, by reason of discrepancies as regards
the marks or numbers of the packages, or the kind,
quantity or value of the goods, they shall not be
entitled to preferential treatment unless the Customs
A authorities at the port of destination are satisfied as to


the origin of the goodsN and that the differences are
solely due to error.
8. Certificates of origin produced shall be retained
by the Customs Authorities at the port of landing and
shall be filed with the papers of the importing vessel.
A note shall be made on the import entry either at
the time of passing or subsequently that a certificate
has been produced covering the preferential goods
specified in such entry.
9. Goods certified for entry under the preferential
tariff shall be packed separately from other goods.
The packages however may be enclosed with other
goods, provided the certificate of origin is endorsed
accordingly.
. 10. In order to obtain admission at the preferential
rates of duty, goods shall be imported into ot. Vincent
direct from Canada or the United Kingdom, Newtound-
land or the Colonies entitled to-the advantages of the
agreement aforesaid respectively, provided that the
source of any such goods is not to be deemed to,-be
affected by passing through the United States or Canada
or through any one of the other British Colonies, party
to the Agreement under Customs supervision for
purposes of consignment or re-consignment to St.
Vincent, but goods so consigned or re-consigned shall
be imported into St. Vincent in the original packages
in which they were exported, and they must not have
been altered in nature, quality or value during the
time they remain in the United States or in any other
country or Colony as aforesaid.
11. Goods entitled to preferential treatment shall
not be entered on entries along with non-preferred.
goods.






SCHEDULE "A"

CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN OF ARTICLES FOR ENTRY UNDER
THE BRITISH PREFERENTIAL TARIFF IN
ST. VINCENT.


(To be attested in British Countries before a Collector
'or other principal Officer of Customs, Notary Public
or other official authorised to administer oaths, and in.
other countries before a British orother Consul, Notary
Public or other official autho:ised to administer
oaths.)
I certify that M
being a duly authorised representative of M
(Producer or Manufacturer, Merchant or Trader)
of has declared before me on his
responsibility that the merchandise 'designated below-
is of (1) growth, produce or manu-
facture as shown by reliable invoices presented to me-
by the exporter, which merchandise is to be shipped.
to (2) consigned to
merchant at (3) and he further
declares that in the case of manufactured goods a
substantial portion of the labour of (4)
has entered into the production of every manufactured
article included in this certificate of origin, to the
extent in each article of not less than one-fourth of tha
value of every such article in its present condition.


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(') I also declare that tbe-uid'.-iinliuon.d god-. are
in the original packages iu which they w,:re expuitedr
from and that such goods have been under
Continuous Customs supervision whilst in the
and and have not been altered in nature,
quality or value since their exportation from

Name and Address of Exporter

Port of Shipment.


bto declared unuer imy responsibility.

Signature of declarant.

Signature, designation
and seal (if any) of the
issuing authority.


Dated at


this day of


19 .


(This certificate ceases to be valid after six
months from date of issue).

(I1 Country of origin or manufacture.
(*2i Port of ultimate destination.
(3) Address.
(4; Country of manufacture.
(,j Required only for goods not shipped direct. Strike out
when not required.





SCHEDULE "B".
'BOND FoR TiHE PRODUCTION OF. CERTIFICATES
oF ORIGIN.


KNow all men by these Presents that We
are held and firmly bound unto
Our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Fifth, by the Grace
of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas,
"King Defender of the Faith in the sum of
]Pounds to be paid to our said Lord the KING, his Heirs
or Successors for which payment well and truly to be
made we bind ourselves, and every of us, jointly, and
severally, our Heirs, Executors and Administrators
firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our seals. Dated
this day of' in the year of Our Lord, One
thou.;and nine hundred and
W\Vhi--r ii the goods hereinafter specified, that is to
say have been imported into the port
of from* by the
vessel on the day of
19 unaccompanied by the duly authenticated cer-
tificate of origin required to admit the goods afore-

Country of origin.


mentioned to preferential treatment under th.e Customs
Duties Ordinance now in force, and whereas delivery
of the said goods has been granted by the Customs
Authorities at the preferential rate of duty.
Now the condition of the above written bond or obli-
gation is such that if the said cortificat3 of origin is
duly produced to the Customs Authorities within
days from this date no f hrther amount of
duty shall be payable in respect of such goods and the
above written bond or obligation shall be void, but if
the said certificate is nut so produced then the above
bounden must in due course pay to the Customs
Authorities at the difference in.
duty between the preferential and the general rates,
otherwise the above written bond or obligation shall
be and remain in full force and virtue.

Signed, Sealed and Delivered )
in the presence of i







SCHEDULE "C".

GENERAL BOND TOn THE PRODUCTION or
CERTIFICATES OF OmRIGI.


KNow all men by these Presents that We
are held and firmly bound unto
Our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Fifth, by the Grace of
God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas,
King Defender of the Faith in the sum of
pounds to be paid to our said Lord the King, his Heirs
or Successors, for which payment well and truly to be
made we bind ourselves, and every of us, jointly and
severally, our Heirs, Executors and Administrators
firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals. Dated
this day of in the year of Our Lord, One
thousand nine hundred and
Whereas has elected to give
a General Bond for the due production of Certificates
of Origin for such goods as the said
may enter from time to time as being the produce or
manufacture of the United Kingdom, Canada, New-
foundland or the Colonies entitled to the advantages of
the Agreement entered into on the 9th day of April,
1912, between Canada and certain of the AWest Indian
Colonies and entitled to admission at the preferential
rates of duty specified in any Customs Duties Ordinance
for the time being in force, and for which no Certificates
of Origin are produced at the time of the entry of such
goods.
Now the condition of the above written bond or obli-
gation is such that if such Certificates of Origin as are
not produced to the proper Officer of Customs at the
time of the entry of any goods are produced thereto
within a prescribed period, then the above written
bond or obligation shall be void, otherwise the above
bounden must
in due course pay to the proper Officer of Customs
the difference in duty between the preferential and the
general rates f.>r the time being in force on all goods
admitted, to entry from time to time at preferential
rates without production of duly autli-henticated ertifi-






ca'es of Origin, and failing such payment then the
above written bond or obligation sa'all be and remain
in full force and virtue.

.Signed, Sealed and Delivered
in the presence of )


Made by the
June,, 1913.


Governor in Council this 2nd day of


S. C. CONNELL,
Acting Clerk of Councls.


Additional Regulations made by the Governor
In Council under authority of Sebtion 4
of "The Customs Preferential Duties
Ordinance, 1913".


(Gazetted 2nd June, 1913.)


1. Any goods which may have been imported into
.any British West Indian Colony and upon which Im-
port duty has been paid in that Colony under the
British Preferential Tariff set up under the Canadian-
West Indian Reciprocity Agreement of the 9th April,
1912, or which may still be in bond though entitled
to the advantages of that agreement, may pn
re-exportation similarly be imported into St. Vincent
under the British Preferential Tariff.
Provided however that (a) the value of such goods
shall not be less than.two pounds and (b) that such
goods shall be accompanied by a certificate of origin
in the form appended hereto.
2. Certificates of origin iii order to be valid must
be attested to before a. Collector or other principal
officer of Customs of the Colony from which
re-exportation is made, and they must bear the
autograph signature of the authority issuing the same,
together with the seal of office, if any. No certificate
shall be valid after expiry of six months from the
date of its issue.
' 3. When goods accompanied by certificates of origin
are not in conformity with the descriptions borne on
the certificate by reason of discrepancies as regards
the marks or numbers of the packages or the said
quantity or value of the goods they shall not be entitled
to preferential treatment unless the Customs Authori-
ties at the port of destination are satisfied as to the
origin of the goods and that the differences are solely
due to error.
4. Certificates of origin produced shall be retained
by the Customs Authorities at the port of landing and
shall be filed with the papers of the importing vessel.
A note shall be made on the import entry either at
the time of passing or subsequently that a certificate
has been produced covering the preferential goods
specified in such entry.


5. Goods certified for entry under the preferential
ninriff bhall be pa, k.: separately from other goods.
The package- however may be enclosed with other
goods, provided the certificate of origin is endorsed
accordingly.
/





CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN
Of goods entitled to Preferential Treatment under ti- (,,l-a.
dian- West Indian Reciprocity Agreement o/ i/e 9thi
April, 1912, re-eaported from. a Briti' II',t
Indian Colony.




To be attested to before a Collector or other pr'int ip,!
Officer of Customs.

I certify that Mr.
being a duly authorized representative of M
producer, manufacturer, merchant or trader of
has declared before me on his
responsibility that the merchandize designated below
is of (1) growth, produce or manufacture
and that they have been admitted into this Colony of
as goods entitled to the advantages
of the British Preferential Tariff.


So declared under my responsibility.
Signature of Declarant,


Dated at


191 .


Signature and seal (it
any) of the issuing e-
thority.

day of


(This certifcate ceases to be valid after six months fromt
date of issue.)


() Country of origin or manufacture,




Made by the Governor in Council this 2nd day of
June, 1913.

S. C. CONNELTL,
Acting Clerk of Councils.








Regulation repealing Additional Regulations
made by the Governor in Council under
the authority of "The Customs Pre-
ferential Duties Ordinance, 1913".


(Gazetted 10th July, 1913.)


Ti~HE Additional Regulations made by the Governor
X in Council on the 2nd day of June, 1913, under
the authority of section 4 of The Customs Preferential
Duties Ordinance, 1913" relating to goods entitled to
Pi.leferential Treat Cent under the Canadian-West Indian
Reciprlirity Agreement -,f 9th April, 1912, and which
goods are re-exspirted frmni a Briti-h Colony into St.
Vincent, aie hereby rep-aled.


Made by
July, 1913.


the Governor in Council th;s 7th day of


S. C'. CONNELL,
itiiqy U'/rh of Collenrie.


Regulation. nmad.d bY //e' Gover' r in Cnowncil
under /ie provi.wio,. ot' 'c/ion '8 of 1 Tie
Laund Selthmient Ordinance 1 899" jor I//e
salc and 'allolntiint of small holdings of
bind (it Delai'.


(Ga(ztted 10th July, 1913.)


1. The laud at Phaiir maiqiiel 1.y the Government
for allotment in mniall hulding.s shljl be surveyed
before any nllutinent ot it is made and the administra-
tion and disposal of iuch cases and of all details
connected the*reu ith diall, subje- t to thele Regunlations
and to such orders as may be given by the Governor,
,be entrusted to the Superintendent of Crown Lands or
any other officer appointed for that purpose.
2. In making the survey the following Reserves
shall be made:-
(a) All springs, wells and ponds and a space of half
a chain around either bank thereof.
(b) Exposed ridges and such. Forest as may be
deemed necessary for the purposes of Forest
Conservation.
(c) Such land as may be necessary for public high-
ways or byeways or for paths or roads to each
allotment or group of allotments including sites
for churches, chapels, schools or other public
purposes as the Governor in Council may
approve as necessary or desirable for the public
good.
(d) Any continuous tract of altogether precipitous or
ucultival.le land.
(,) Such land as may be necessary for a village site
or sites.


3. (a) The remainder of the land shall be divided
into allotments of as nearly as posr-ille one to five acres
ench, but no allotment shall exceed six acres except
with the approval of the Governor in Council: and
i', surveying the land for allotment the Surveyor
shall as far as possible include in one allotment any
cultivation of an existing tenant on the land.
(b) Township or Village lots which shall be treated
in the same way as allotments for valuation and
other purposes, shall not exceed in measurement
100 feet by 50 feet.
4. An allotment may include a small tract of inferior
land, the value of which shall be taken into account
when determining the value of the whole.
5. Each allotment shall be numbered and shall have
its number clearly displayed on some part of it.
6. Every corner of each allotment shall be marked
by hardwood pegs or stone or concrete pillars and the
general outline by dragon's blood or other suitable
plants which plants shall be carefully tended by the
allottee.
7. The Superintendent of Crown Lands shall keep
a Register in a form approved by the Governor in
which shall be recorded in parallel columns--
(a) the number, area, and value of each allotment,
(V) the name of the allottee,
(c) the date of the allotment,
(d) the amount, if any, paid previous to allotment,
(e) the sums paid on account of instalments and the
dates of such payments,
(f) any other information which the Governor may
prescribe.
8. When the survey is complete the Superintendent
of Crown Lauds shall proceed to value each allotment
and shall so apportion the value of each that the total
valuation shall be equal to the total amount of the
expenses incurred by the Government in the purchase
of the whole area of land including legal expenses and
cost of survey.
9. The Superintendent of Crown Lands shall as soon
as possible submit to the Governor a list of the allot-
ments with the value of each. On approval of the
valuations by the Governor in Council the value of
each allotment shall be recorded in the Register.
10. The Superintendent of Crown Lands shall then
by notice in the Gazette and by means of Posters or in
any other way hbe may deem desirable invite applica-
tions in writing, which must be made on a printed
form to be obtained from the Superintendent of Crown
Lands, for allotments, and on the expiration of one
month from the date of the notice shall proceed to allot
the same in accordance with the following Regula-
tions; Provided however that he shall not make an
allotment of land to any person who is already owner
of land without the instructions of the Governor.
11. In selecting applicants for allotments priority
shall as far as possible be given in regard to a third
of the estate approximately to residents of Calliaqua
and vicinity and in regard to the rest of the estate to
inhabitants of the district of Belair who are prepared
to pay.not less than 20 o/o of the value of the lot, taken
in order of date of application: Provided that an
existing tenant shall have the first choice of purchasing
the allotment within which his cultivation falls, unless
the Governor on the report of the Superintendent of
Crown Lands shall decide that such tenant is otherwise
ineligible.
12. The remainder of the purchase money of an
allotment on which 20 %'has been paid shall be divided
into ten equal parts and the allottee shall on the
expiration of the first year from the date on which his
conditional permit to occupy (which shall be the date of







his first payment on account) was gv-en by the Super-
intendent of Crow n Lands and thereailtr on the s irne
day in each year for nine cons-cutive years p.iy
annually, as an instalment, bone of those parts and .also
pay annually the amount of interest 'du ta.ikulat.-d
from the date of the provisional permit of occupa.ii.n
at the'rate of 3 o/o per annum on the balau,:o of the.,
purchase money then outstanding.
13. When all the applications from perms..n who are
able to pay not less thon 20 o/o of the purchase mo-,ey
have been dealt with the Governor may in his discretion
allot to other applicants according to the dates of
their applications the remaining lots of land if recom-
mended by the Superintendent of Crown Lands and
considered eligible by the Governor.
14. Such persons shall receive from the Superinten-
dent of Crown Lands a conditional permit to occupy
the allotment in respect, of which they have been select-
ed on condition of paying for such allotment at the
expiration of one year from the date of such permit
and on the same date in each succeeding year one
twelfth part of the purchase money thereof together
with interest at 3 olo per annum on the amount of such
purchase money then outstanding.
15. No outstanding instalment or instalments, except
such as are provided for by these Regulations, shall
be paid by an allottee or received by the Government,
and no allottee shall acquire the freehold in any allot-
ment or be entitled to a grant in respect thereof until
the expiration of twelve years from the date of the
conditional permit to occupy. Interest at the rate
of 6 o/o shall be payable in respect of any instalments
overdue and unpaid until such time as the same are
paid or the allotment forfeited.
Any allottee may at any time pay off any instalment
or instalments outstanding or may make payment in
advance of any sum not less than 10/- but there shall
be no deduction of the current year's interest on account
of such advance payments.
16. The conditions of tenure of the lacd shall be
as follows:-
(a) Every purchaser shall for a period of twelve
years reckoning from the date of allotment
carry out such instructions as to the clearing of
the land, the area of cultivation, the nature of
products to be planted in a particular spot, the
manner in which the land is to be cultivated and
the products cared for, and the handling of the
products for market, as may from time to time
be given him by the Officers of the Agricultural
Department of the Colony.
(b) No land may be 'alienated let or incumbered for
a period of twelve years from the date of allot-
ment without the consent of the Governor.
(c) No exclusive right shall vest in any person to
any existing path or track or to any spring
stream or natural source of water situated in or
flowing through any land. ,
(d) The Governor may at any lime resume possession
of any part or parts of an allotment not exceed-
ing one-tench of the said allotment, for roads, on
paying therefore at the same rate per acre as
that at which the allotment was originally sold,
and also for the value of such crops as may be
on such selected line of road.
(e) All instalments and interest shall be punctually
,paid on or before the day on which they are
due.
17. On failure by an allottee of an allotment to
comply with any of the conditions of tenure hereinbe-
fore detailed, the Superintendent of Crown lands shall
immediately report al the facts of the case to the Gov.


e'rnor \hn shall enquire as fully ai possible into all the
ciicmiirnitanf-.s of the default, whereupon the Governor
in Coiunil may uider that the right to such allotment
nid all crops and all installments paid and all other
rights inlder the system hereby regulated shall be
f'rfeired without any appeal to any Court or may make
such other order as the ciruumstanceos of the case may ,
requiie.
18. Notirc uf any order so made shall be served
upin t',e nalltir-o or left at his last known place of
nah,-. and no an.t of in--onry shall be necessary, and
sut.-i allu ment shall be at thi di.pti-al of the Governor
'.ithir to re-sell then or at any future time, suliject
i. thi' ipovisionus of the said Ordinance.
I1I. At the ex-.\iration of twelve years, hbut not before
and on payni'rit in full lv, an allottee of the purchase
iumrney of an alloiutent the :nipeilintendent of Crown
Land-s halll i-smiu to him a grant of the same. Such
giant shall Ib.. in a i oiin appin'veil y v the Govrerno
iih (C'1.1111.I afnl shall bh ilissued and rerordilidl in the
It, iztrar'.s Offin ftiep of all (.oit to the alluttee.
2i. The Regulatiii-ii mnad 1iy the Giovervior in
_'.,iiunil unde-r th.l Land ettli-mnint Ordinance on the
*21.1i March, l-'.02. the 10th May, 190.5, the 9ith June,
ltlu. thi.I itli July, 191o, the lOth November, 1911,
and th.- l30th Novniiiher, 1911, hliall n.t apply to the
land atl.uircdi at 3el,air.


Made by
July, 1913.


the Governor in Council this 7th day of


S. C. CONNELL,
Acting Clerk of Coancils.


ORDER-IN-COUNCIL.


(Gazetted 10th July, 1913.)


NDER the provisions of Section 2 of "The
U District Wardens Ordinance 1901" the Governor
in Council has determined that the Colony shall, for
the purposes of such Ordinance be divided into the
following Districts:-
Windward Distriet.-Shall include the whole of
Charlotte Parish, and the whole of the Parish
of Saint George, excepting the town of
Kingstown.
Leeward District. -Shall include the whole of the
Parishes of Saint David, Saint. Patrick and
Saint Andrew.
This Order shall come into force on the 1st day of
July, 1913, and the Order-in-Council dated the 11th
day of July, 1908, prescribing the boundaries of the
said Districts is hereby revoked.


Made by the Governor in Council this 7th )Ly of
July, 1918.
S. C. CONNELL,
Acting Clerk of Vbuncila.







SAINT VINCENT.


('L. S.


By His Honour Yie Honourable CHARLES
GIDEON MURRAY, Administrator of the
Colony of Saint Vincent and its Depen-


denies, -c., .-c., fe.


C. GIDEON MURRAY,
Administrator.


A PROCLAMATION.
THEREAS under the authority of "The Lands
(Acquisition for Public Purposes) Oidinance,
1906", the Governor in Council has determined upon
the acquisition for a Public Work of all those lots of
land described as foll6ws:-
(a) A portion of Biabou Estate belonging to Alexan-
der Smith, Esquire, of Argl' Estate situate in the
parish of Charlotte and Island of Saint Vincent
containing 242 square yards and bounded on the North
by the Biabou Villag: Road, on the South by the
Biabou River, on the East and West by lands of
Biabou Estate.
(b) A portion of a lot of land formerly a part .of the
said Biabou Estate but now belonging to the Biabou
Social Union" situate in the parish of Charlotte and
Island of Saint Vincent containing 257 square yards
and bounded on the North by the Biabou River, on the
South by the Public Highway, on the East and West
by lands of the said Biabou Social Union".
AND WHEREAS the said lots of land were surveyed by
James Landreth Sniith, U.S.I., Crown Surveyor, and a
plan thereof dated the 8th day of July, 1913, was
lodged in the Registry Office on the 15th day of
July, 1913.
Now xKNow YE that I CIARLES GIDEON Mi.TLr ',
Administrator as aforesaid, do by this Proclamation
hereby proclaim make known and declare to all the
inhabitants of the said Island and its Dependenies
that I intend to take possession of the said lots of land
on behalf of His Majesty.
GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of
the Island of Saint Vincent at the Government
Office in the said Island this 24th day of July,
in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and thirteen and in the fourth year
u1 Hi, MH j,.,ty .-ign.

GOD SAVE THE KING:
By lli, Honoaui.'s Cn('iluainIl,
6. ('UNNELL,
1,,....,tt C ..,! C. .', i..'.


SAINT VINCENT.


(L. 8.
IL. '


C. GIDEON MURRAY.


A PROCLAMATION.

W HEREA0S mid.e r thi-. niwih,,it\ .,t --1'i. L.-,,-
(Atqui-ition fir lutlii Purp i-l1 .... .1 iiai .,
1906", the Governor mI Cuintil has d--teimii,:-d upn.u


iL. 8.


By Hisr Honour Th1e Bonourable CiHALES
GIDEON MURRAY, Administrator -of the
Colony of Saint Vincent and its Dqp,' -


deneis, !Vc.,


I
1
1


fc., Sc.


C. GIDEON MURRAY,
Administrator.
A PROCLAMATION.
W HEREAS under the authority of "The Lands
(Acquisition for Public' Purposes) Ordinance
1906", the Governor in Council has determined upon
the acquisition for a Public Work of all those lots of
land belonging to Vincent Hadley, Esquire, of the
Island of Saint Vincent containing together 396 square
yards more or less forming part of North Union Estate
in the said Island of Saint Vincent.
The portion A" representing the site of the West-
ern approach and abutment of a causeway to be
erected across the North Union River is bounded on
the North and West by the Public Highway on the
South by lands of North Union Estate and on the East
by the North Union River.
The portion B" representing a part of the site of
tho Eastern approach and abutment of the said cause-
way is bounded on the North and East by lands of
North Union Estate on the West by the North Union
River and on the South and South-west by the Public
Highway.
AND WHEREAS the said lots of land were surveyed by
fames Landreth Smith, F.S.I., Crown Surveyor, and a
)lau thereof dated the 10th day of July, 1913, was
odged in the Registry Office on the 16th day of July,
.913.
Now KNOW YE, that I CHARLES GIDEON MURRAY,
Administrator as aforesaid, do by this Proclamation


the acquisition for a Public Work -.t all that portion of
the Biabou Village Road belonging to Alexander
Smith, Esquire, of Argyle Estate in the Island of Saint
Vincent situate in the parish of Charlotte in the said
Island of Saint Vincent being 217 yards in length and
20 feet in width commencing from the N.ii thoirn end 6o
the portion of Biabou Estate acquired for the approach
for the Biabou Bridge and thence going in an Easterly
direction until it touches on the Public Highway.
AND WAIEREAS the said lot of land was surveyed by
James Landreth Smith, F.S.I., Crown Surveyor, and a
plan thereof dated the 9th day of July, 1913,'was
lodged in the Registry Office on the 15th day of
July, 1913.
N..' KNOW YE that I CHARLES GIDEON MURRAY,
Administrator as aforesaid, do by this Proclamation
hereby proclaim make known and declare to all the
inhabitants of the said Island and its Dependencies
that I intend to take possession of the said lot of land
on behalf of His Majesty.
GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of
the Island of Saint Vincent at the Government
Office in the said Island this 24th day of July4
in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and thirteen and in the fourth year
of His Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE KING!
By His Honour's Command,
S. C. CONNELL,
Acting Chief Chr(l.

SAINT VINCENT.


Aq


Nc., A,(




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'S


hereby proclaim make known and d.,lare to all th,.
inhabitants of the said Iland and itrs lDlopnd(lni i-.,
that I intend to take lo-es'-ion of thn -;aid lot. of Inrld
on behalf of His Majestv.
GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the
Island of Saint Vincent at the Government
Office in the said Island this 24th day of July,
in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and thirteen and in the fourth year
of His Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE KING!

By His Honour's Command,
S. C. CONNELL,
Acting Chief Clerk.



SAINT VINCENT.
y 11His Honour 1The ionourable CHARLES
GIDEON MURRAY, Admini8trator of the
S. Island of Saint Vineent and its Depen.
dencice, 'c., fc., f .

C. GIDEON MURRAY,
Administrator.

A PROCLAMATION.
W HEREAS under the authority of "The Lands
(Acquisition for Public Purposes) Ordinance
1906", the Governor in Council has determined upon
the acquisition for a Public Work of all that piece
of land a part of Cumberland Estate in the Parish of
Saint Patrick and Island of Saint Vincent belonging
,to Norman Blencowe, Esquire, of the said Cumberland
Estate and Alexander M. Fraser, Esquire, of Rutland
Vale Estate being 404 yards in length by 16 feet wide
commencing from a point on the L'Ance Mahaut
Byeway under the cliff on the sea shore thence going
in an Easterly direction until it touches the Public
Highway at a point opposite to the Cumberland Estate
Works.
A.D WHEREAS the said piece of land was surveyed
by James Landreth Smith, F.S.I., Crown Surveyor, on
the 17th July, 1913, and a plan thereof dated the 23rd
July, 1913, was lodged in the Registry Office on the
2ad day of August, 1913.
Now xxow YE that I CHARLES GIDEOX MURRAY,
Administrator as aforesaid, do by this Proclamation
-hereby proclaim make known and declare to all the
inhabitants of the said Island and its Dependencies
that I intend to take possession of the said lot of land
on behalf of His Majesty.
GIVEw under my hand and the Public Seal of the
Island of Saint Vincent at the Government Office
in the said Island this 7th day of August,
in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and thirteen and in the fourth year
of His Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING!

By His Honour's Command,
V. F. DRAYTON,
Chi// Cl rk.


REGULATIONS made under Section 4
of "The Customs Preferential Duties Ordi-
nance 1913" to govern the entry of Goods
under the British Preferential Tariff into
St. Vincent.

(Gazetted 7th August, 1913.)


1. During the term of the agreement the hereinafter
designated articles of merchandise being bmnat fide the
growth, produce or manufacture of the United Kingdom,
Canada, Newfoundland or such other British Colonies
as may from time to time be declared to be entitled to
the advantages of the agreement entered into on the 9th
day of April, 1912, between Canada and certain of the
West Indian Colonies shall be admitted at such respec-
tive preferential rates of duty as may be specified in
any Customs Duties Ordinance for the time being in
force.
LIST orF AvTICLES.
'Fish, canned.
Fish, dried, salted, or smoked.
Fish, pickled.
Meats, salted or cured.
Meats, canned.
Meats, fresh, and poultry (dead).
Wheat flour.
Indian meal.
Rolled oats and oatmeal.
Cereal foods.
Brand and Pollard.
Bread and biscuits of all kinds.
Oats.
Beans and peas, whole or split.
Coal bituminous.
Butter.
Cheese.
Lard.
Hay.
Horses, cows, oxen, bulls, sheep, swine, and poul-
try (living).
Brooms and brushes.
Boots, shoes and slippers.
Cordage.
Agricultural machinery and implements of all
kinds.
Iron and steel nails, spikes, rivets, and clinches.
Wire (including barbed wire), woven wire fencing,
and metal gates.
Machinery (including motor and other engines),
steam boilers, electric machinery, and electric
dental appliances of all kinds.
Vehicles, including automobiles and motor cars.
Manufactures of india-rubber.
Paints, colours, and varnishes.
Paper of all kinds and manufactures o! paper.
Vegetables of all kinds, including potatoes, onions,
and canned vegetables.
Soap.
House, office, cabinet or store furniture of wood,
iron, or other material; including cash regis-
ters, coffins, caskets, casket robes and linings,
and casket hardware.
Planks, boards, deals, joists, scantling, shingles,
shooks, staves, and headings.
Doors, sashes and blinds.
Pianos and organs.
Starch,







Trunks, valises, travelling and tool bags, and
baskets of all kinds.
Cement.
Glass bottles, lamps, lamp chimneys, and table
glassware.
Nickel plated, gilt or electroplated ware.
Calcium carbide.
Linseed oil cake and linseed oil cake meal.
Fresh fruits.
Canned and bottled fruits.
Condensed milk.
2. Manufactured articles shall only be admitted at
the preferential ates of duty upon proof being sub-
mitted that a substantial portion of the labour of the
United Kingdom, Canada, Newfoundland or the Colonies
entitled to the advantages of the agreement as aforesaid
has entered into the production of such articles to the
extent in each article of not less than one-fourth of the
value thereof at the time the goods are entered for
exportation with the Customs Authorities in the
country of produce or manufacture.
3. All articles entitled to preference under these
regulations, imported or brought into the Colony of
St. Vincent shall be accompanied by such evidence of
origin as is hereinafter required, and all such articles
imported or brought into tSt. Vincent not accompanied
by such evidence shall be deemed to be articles not
entitled to admission at preferential rates of duty.
4. All articles entitled to preference shall be accom-
panied by a certificate of origin in one or other of the
forms set forth in Schedule "A" according to whether
the articles are consigned direct or otherwise from the
country of origin or manufacture.
b. Certificates of Origin for goods consigned direct
from the country of origin .or manufacture need only
be verified by the signature of the Exporter or his duly
authorised representative. Certificates of Origin for
goods not consigned direct in order to be valid must be
attested to in British Countries before a Collector or
other principal Officer of Customs, Notary Public or
other official authorised to a liinister oaths, and in
other countries before a British Consul, and such
attested certificates must bear the autograph signature
of the authority issuing the same, together with the
Seal of Office, if any.
No certificate shall be valid after the expiry of six
months from the date of issue.
6. Inasmuch as it is possible that articles entitled
to preference may occasionally reach St. Vincent before
the arrival of the certificates of origin relating to the
same it shall be competent for the Customs Authorities
to authorise the delivery of such articles at the
preferential rates of duty on the security of a deposit
equal in amount to the difference in duty between the
preferential and general rates, or on bond being given
for such amount for the due production of the necessary
certificates within a prescribed period, provided that a
general bond may be entered into to cover a series of
transactions, and in a penalty suitable to'the extent cf
such transactions. The forms of hond for use are
specified in Schedules B" and "C". Deposits made
under the provisions of this paragraph shall be carried
to account under the appropriate head of revenue at
the end of a week after the expiration of the time
allowed by the Customs Authorities for the production
of the certificate of origin.
7. When goods accompanied by certificates of origin
are not in uniformity with the descriptions borne on
the certificates, by reason of discrepancies as regards
the marks or numbers of the packages, or the kind,
quantity or value of the goods, they shall not be entitled
tM preferential treatment unless the Customs Authori.


ties at the port of destination are satisfied as to the
origin of the goods, and that the differences are solely
due to error.
8. Certificates of origin produced shall be retained
by the Treasury Authorities at the port of entry and
shall be filed with the original import warrant in the
Treasury. A note shall be made on the duplicate
import warrant either at the time of passing or sub-
sequently that a certificate has been produced covering
the preferential goods specified in such entry.
9. Goods certified for entry under the preferential
tariff shall be packed separately from other goods.
The packages however may be enclosed with other
goods, provided the certificate of origin is endorsed
accordingly.
10. In order to obtain admission at the preferential-
rates of duty, goods shall be imported into St. Vincent
direct from Caiiada or the United Kingdom, Newfound-
land or the Colonies entitled to the advantages of the,
agreement aforesaid r.-'.l. tivwely, provided that the
source of any such goods is not to be deemed to be
affected by passing through the United States or Canada
or through any one of the other British Colonies, party
to the Agreement under Customs supervision for
purposes of consignment or re-consignment to St.
Vincent, but goods so consigned or re-consigned shall
be imported into St. Vincent in the original packages
in which they were exported, and they must not have
been altered in nature, quality or value during the
time they remain in the United States or in any other
country or colony as aforesaid.
11. Goods entitled to preferential treatment shall
not be entered on entries along with non-preferred
goods.
12. These regulations shall come into force from the
1st October, 1913, from which date inclusive the re-
gulations made by the Governor in Council on the 2nd
June, 1913, shall be repealed.


SCHEDULE A.


FoRm I.


CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN
For entry under the. Canada-W est Indies Preferential
Tariff of articles consigned direct from tie Countr,
of origin or manufacture.


I hereby certify that I am (')
of the Exporter (s) of the
articles included in this certificate, anJ. that I am duly
authorized to make and sign this certificate on behalf of
the said Exporter (s)
I have the means of knowing and I do hereby certify
that the merchandise designated below is of (2)
growth produce or manufacture, which merchandise is
to be shipped to (") consigned to ,
merchant at (4) And I further certify
that I have the means of knowing that in the case of
manufactured goods a substantial portion of the labour
of (5) has entered into the production of
every manufactured article included in this certificate








of origin, to the extent in at I al ti. It- of niit 1-.s than
one.-f.rthi oif the value of ,very such artidl,:' in it.
present tuiiditicn.
Name and address of exporter.
Port of Shipment.
I Nuniler itd d'c--
critmon of package-
rk mbers.a descriptn uanta. Vduc.
goods.


So certified under my responsibility.
Signature

Dated at this day of 191
(i4is, Ifii tair eases to be raid after si, months from
date of ;.i.). -

(') Inoert. the word Partner. Manager, Chief Clerkor Principal
(Oiciil. gi ing rank ,ii the case may be.
I Country of uorgin or manufacture.
I") Port of ultimate destination.
t0i Address.
1) Couutr3 of manufacture.


FoRm II.


CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN

wor entry under the Canada- 1West Indies Preferential Tarif#
of articles NOT consigned direct Jromi the Country
of origin or manufacture.



(To be attested to in British Countries before a Collector
or other principal Officer of Customs, Notary Public or
other t.efial authorized to administer oaths, and in other
countries before a British (Consul.)


and have not been altered in nature, quality or value
sincee their exportation from
Name and address of Exporter.
Port of Shipment.
Number and des-
ars. Numbers. cription of pack- V .a u
Ilarks. |Number. ages anddescription Quantity. Value.
of goods.






So declared under my responsibility.

Signature of .Declarant.

Signature and seal (ij
anlY) of /Ar iir-11n au-
th1oritg.


Dated at


191 .


day of


ralid after six months from


(1) Country of origin or manufacture,
(1) Port of ultimate destination.
(3) Address.
(4) Country of manufacture.


SCHEDULE "B".

BOND FOR THE PRODUCTION OF CERTIFICATES
OF OmIGIN.

KNow all men by these Presents that We
are held and firmly bound unto
Our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Fifth, by the Grace
of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas,
King Defender of the Faith in the sum of
pounds to be paid to our said Lord the KIno, his Heirs
or Successors for which payment well and truly to be
made we bind ourselves, and every ,.f us, jointly and
severally, our Heirs, Executors and Administrators
firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our seals. Dated
this day of in the year of Our Lord. One


I certify ,that M thousand nine hundred
bepi rig a duly authorized representative of MA Whereas the good
Producer, or Manufacturer, Merchant or Trader of say
has declared before me on his of I
responsibility that the merchandise designated below vessel
is of t() growth, produce or Manufacture 19 unaccompanied
as shown by reliable invoices presented to me by the tificate of origin reqi
exporter, which merchandise is to be shipped to ( i) mentioned to preferel
""' nsigni.d to merchant at ( D) Duties Ordinance no
and he further declares that in the case of of the said goods h9
manufactured goods a substantial portion of the labour A authorities at the pre
of (O) has entered into the production of Now the condition
every nanufam turned article included in this certificate of gation is such that i
origin, t, the ext-ent in each article of not less than one- duly produced to 1]
fourth of the value of every such article in its present days fro
rindition. duty shall be payable
He al declares that the undermentioned goods are above written bond o0
in the trrigriinial pni-age. in which they were exported the said (.. rtif', at is
frmi ., and that stth p.inds have been under
cotitinuous Customs sul'ertiinu w hilht in Country of Origin.


d and
s hereinafter specified, that is to
have been imported into the port
rom* by the
on the day of
by the duly authenticated cer-
uired to admit the goods afore-
itial treatment under the Customs
v in force, and whereas delivery
s been granted by the Customs
ferential rate of duty.
of the above written bond or obli-
f the said certificate of origin is
he Customs Authorities within
im this date no further amount of
e in respect of such goods and the
r obligation shall be void, but if
not so produced then the above


(7lds certificate ceases to be
date of issue.)





-15


bounden must in due course pay to the Customs
Authorities at the difference in
duty between the preferential and the general rates,
otherwise the above written bond or obligation shall
be and remain in full force and virtue.

Signed, Sealed and Delivered
in the presence of





SCHEDULE "C".
GENERAL BOND POR THE PRODUCTION OF
CERTIFICATES OF ORIGI0'.


KNow all men by these Presents that We
are held and firmly bound unto
Our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Fifth, by the Grace of
God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas,
King Defender of the Faith in the sum of
pIounds to be paid to our said Lord the KING, his Heirs
or Successors, for which payment well and truly to be
made we bind ourselves, and every of us, jointly and
severally, our Heirs, Executors and Administrators
firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals. Dated
this day of in the year of Our Lord, One
thousand nine hundred and
Whereas has elected to give
a General Bond for the due production of Certificates
of Origin for such goods as the said
-nay enter from time to time as being the produce or
manufacture of the United Kingdom, Canada, New-
foundland or the Colonies entitled to the advantages of
the Agreement entered into on the 9th day of April,
1912, between Canada and certain of the West Indian
Colonies and entitled to admission at the preferential
rates of duty speciifiid in any Customs Duties Ordinance
for the time being in force, and for which no Certificates
of Origin are produced at the time of the entry of such
goods.
Now the condition of the above written bond or obli-
..gation is such that if such Certificates of Origin as are
mot produced to the proper Officer of Customs at the
time of the entry of any goods are produced thereto
-within a prescribed period, then the above written
bond or obligation shall be void, otherwise the above
bounden must
in due course pay to the proper Officer of Customs
1he difference in duty between the preferential and the
general rates for the time being in force on all goods
admitted to entry from time to time at preferential
rates without production of duly authenticated Certifi-
cates of Origin, and failing such payment then the
above written bond or obligation shalt be and remain
in full force and virtue.

Signed, Sealed and Delivered \
in the presence of i


Made by the Governor in Council this 5th day of
August, 1913.

V. F. DRAYTON,
Clerk of Councils.


I Regulations made by the Governor in Council
under section 18 of "The Agricultural
Credit Societies'Ordinance, 1913".

(Gazetted 21st August, 1913.)

1. Before registering any Agricultu-al Credit Society
under section 9 of the Agricultural -Credit Societies
Ordinance, the Registrar shall with the assistanute of
the Committee appointed by the Governor in Council
ucder the authority of section 18 saii.sfy himself on the
following points:-
(a) that the Society making application to be regis-
tered has been constituted in accordance with the ,ulos
contained in Schedule I or in any amnendni.mnts thereof
and that all the members of the Socio:y have'bigned an
agreement in terms of Re.hedule IV to the Odinancf-.
(b) that the application for registration submittedd by
the Society complies strictly with sections 4 and 8 of
the Ordinance.
(c) that the persons whose names are sil.mitid as
Trustees of the Society are fit andl op loper oisinis to
act as such.
(d) that the person whose nanr,- i. sihinilt-l as
Secretary has been duly elected vith the general
approval of tha members at a general meeting of the
Society and that he is a fit and proper person to hold
the position.
(e) that each member of the Society is the possessor
of one paid up share in the Society in a sum of n ,t less
than four shillings, and that each holds a good charai ter
and has a reputation for honesty, thritt, sobriety and
diligence and is a fit and proper person to be a member,
of the Society.
(f) that, in the event of the Treasurer not being a
Minister of Religion or a Justice of the Peace, the
person selected f,'r that position, has in accordance
with the provisions of section 5 of the Ordinance, been
approved by the Governor in Council.
2. In order to assist the Registrar and his Committee
in coming to a conclusion on the foregoing matters, the
Secretary of any Society in making -application for the
registration of the Society shall supply the following
particulars in addition to the paTticulars required to be
given under section 4 of the Ordinance. And all such
particulars when supplied shall he regarded as private
and confidential and shall not in any way be made
public, except when necessary to the Governor in Coun-
oil or with the consent of the Trustees of a Society to
any person proposing to make a loan to such Society :
(a) The business or calling of the Secretary and
Treasurer and the amount of security that it is proposed
that each should give.
(b) The business or calling of each of the two
Trustees and the amount of security that it is proposed
that each should give.
(c) The business or calling of each member of the
Society and showing whether each is an owner of land
or a renter of land and the amount of land owned or
rented in each case and whether coastal or mountain
land.
The above particulars as well as those required by
section 4 of the Ordinance, shall be supplied on a Fui m
appended to be known as Form V.
3. The Registrar with his Committee shall in all
cases be entitled to demand evidence of, and to inspect,
the nature of the Securities and satisfy himself of the
solvency of the Sureties, submitted for the due per-
formance of the duties of those holding the offices of
Treasurer, Secretary or Trustee of a Society.
4. The Registrar assisted by his ('Cinm-itt,'e shall in
addition to the above advise and make recommendations








*:--in regard to any other matter relating to the carrying
out of the provisions of the Ordinance, that ulay be
. referred to him by the Governor.
3. These Regulations -hall come into it.r, e iu pon- tihe
,amn day as the Agricultural Cr,-d;t Si,.ti.-s Ordi-
nance 1913 i- proclaimed.
FolM V.
APPLICtITION FOIl TIlE REGIS RATION OF THE AGRI-
C'LTriR.AL C'REi'n SOCIETY 'ORMED I-NDEII i THE
AGnilIC'LTULAL CREDIT SoCIETIFE- ORDINA.N E 1913.

Tuo /r .fri-grar- at the Court House, Kingistown.
I of do declare that I was duly
elected Secretary .of the Agricultural Credit
Society at a general meeting of the said society held on
the day of 19 and that I have been
authorized by the said society at a general meeting, to
make application for the registration of the society
under section 9 of the said Ordinance.
2. I enclose order for five shillings as registration fee.
3. I enclose the signed Articles of Association of the
society. kSchedule IV).
4. I append also the particulars required by section
4 of the said Ordinance and by Regulation 2 of the
Regulation: parsed by the Governor in Council under
section 18 oif the Ordinance.


PARBTRILARS OF THE
CREDIT SOCIETY.


AGRICULTURAL


1. Office or place of
busine s of the So- ?
2. Name and address .........................
of Secretary o .. .................
of Secretary

3. Business or call- )
ing of Secretary ..........................
4. Amount of security
bond to be given ...........................
by Secretary
3. Name and address ........................
of Secretary's ........... ..
Surety
6. Name and address ........................
of Treasurer. ....... .. .

7. Business or calling )
of Treasurer .. . .. ............ ...
8. Amountof security )
bond to be given .............................
by Treasurer
9. Name and address
of Treasurer's *******..... ...........
Surety ..................

First Trustee. Second Trustee.

Name and ad-
dress of
Business or call-n
ing of
Amount of secur-
itv bond to be
given by
Name and ad-
dress of surety
of


And I declare the above particulars to be true and
at rate in every respect, to the best of my knowledge
and belief.

Signature
Secretary,
Agricultural Credit Society.

1. Witness I

2. Witness


D~ate.d

I T~he Treasurer and
ofA Lhe S~creItary.


19 .

, Tiustee shall witness the signatme


Made by the Governor in Council this 21st day
of August, 1913.

V. F. DRAYTON,
('lerk of (oeuncilu.






Soale of storage dues to be charged on all
spirits warehoused at the Government Spirit
Warehouse, fixed by the Governor in Council
under the provisions of section 33 of "The
Excise Ordinance, 1911".



(Gazetted 21st August, 1913.)



8. d.


For every Puncheon or Pipe-capa-
(ity not exceeding 120 gallons .. I
For every Hogshead not exceeding
60 gallons
For every Quarter Cask not exceed-
ing 40 gallons
For every Octave or Smaller Cask
not exceeding 20 gallons ..
For every Demijean ....


0 per month


1 i







For every Case, Basket or other \ .
Package containing 2 gallons
or less (and so on in like pro
portion for every additional 2
gallons or less) ]


J per month


Whenever any sum for rent payable under this rate
shall inc:ude a half penny, a penny shall be charged
in lieu of such half p2nny.
Charges made for no less time than one calendar
month.


For every Puncheon warehoused for exporta-
tion if exported within one month after
being warehoused, per week ..
For every Hogshead ,, ,, ..


*. d.

S3
2


Made by the Governor in Council this 16th day of
August, 1913.

V. F. DRAYTON,
Clerk of Councils.



SAINT VINCENT.
1.By Ili Honour The hIonourable CHARLES
GIDEON MualiAY, Administrator of the
Government of the Island of Saint Vincent
and its Dependencies, -e., Se., &'c.

C. GIIDEON MURRAY,
Administrator.

A PROCLAMATION.
To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting !
WIIHEREAS l y Section 21 of an Ordinance passed
by the Legislative Counc I on the tenth day of
June, 1913, entitled "An Ordinan.,e for the registration
" e-couagenioit and ass s'anoe ,f Agricultural Credit
" Societies under the Raiffeisen system" it is provided
that the ?aid Ordinan.ce shall cine into foice on a day
to be named by the Governor Ly Proclama'ion.
Now TIMEiEFORE I do by tiis my Proelamation heie-
by proclaim and make kuowii that the said Ordinance
entitled An Ordinauco for the registration encourage-
"ment and assistance of Agricultural Credit Societies
"under the Raiffeisen system" hall come into force on
the 4th day of September, 191.3.
GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of
the Ibland of Saint Vincent at the Government
Office in the said Island this thiitieth day of
August, in the year of Our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and thirteen and in the fourth
year of His Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING!

By His Honour's Command,


V. F. DRAYTON,
Chief Clerk.


NOTICE.


I 'HE following Rules which are published for general
I information by direction of the Administrator
will until further notice govern the operations at the
Government Cotton Ginnery. These take the place of
all former Rules.
By Command, *
V. F. DRAYTON,
Chief Clerk.

9th September, 1913.


ST. VINCENT GOVERNMENT COTTON GINNERY.


(Gazetted 18th September, 1913.


1. The Ginnery will be opened each working day
from 7 a.m. until 5 p m.
2. All written communications connected with the
business of the Ginnery should be addressed to:-
The Manager, Government Cotton Ginnery, Kingstown.
3. In all cases the bags containing the seed cotton
must bear the name of the grower, or the mark of the
estate, and a statement of the number of bags and
total weight must accompany them. Ihe Manager
will not be held responsible for unmarked bags.
4 On delivery of the cotton at the Ginnery, the
Manager will issue a receipt for the number of bags
and actual weight, after the latter has been duly
checked. Such receipts will form the basis of all
business transactions between the grower and the
Ginnery.
5. For carefully picked and thoroughly dried Sea
Island Cotton free from leaves, trash, etc, the charge
for ginning and baling will be at the rate of two cents
(one penny) pei lb of lint. The seed will be returned
to the grower in the bags in which his seed cotton was
sent in.
N.B.-The usual proportion of lint to seed cotton is at the
rate of 22 to 26 lbs of lint to every 100 lbs of seed
cotton. Unless the seed cotton is very thoroughly
dried and well picked, beforehand, there is usually a,
loss in ginning ranging from 2 to 5 lbs per 100 lbs of
seed cotton.
6. The charge for disintegrating cotton seed for
mauurial purposes will be at the rate of 12 cents pur
100 lbs for quantities not exceeding 1,000 lbs in
weight; for quantities of 1,000 lbs and over the charge
shall be at the rate of $6.00 per ton.
7. The charges for ginning and baling and disin-
tegrating must be made before delivery of the lint and
seed from the Ginnery, except by those who are allowed
to settle their accounts monthly.


J. LANDRETH SMITH,
Supervisor, Government Cotton Ginnery.


1st September, 1913,.









Rules made by the Governor in Council
under the authority of section 15 of the
Agricultural Products Protection Ordi-
nance 1906, Amendment Ordinance 1909,
for the purchase of Cotton at the Govern-
ment Central Ginnery.


(Gazetted 18th September, 1913.)



1: Seed Cotton will be purchased at the Ginnery
daily from 7 a m. to 3 p.m.
2. All seed-cotton brought for sale will be examined
by the Mana.ir of the Ginnery and the price paid per
I bh. will be equal to one-fourth of the estimated market
value of the lint less 2 cents per lb. to cover cost of
ginning and baling, less 21 cents perlb. to cover cost of
freight and other charges and less cent per lb. to
cover cost of export duty making a deduction of 5 cents
in all. The estimated market value of the lint shall in
no ca The Cotton seed will not be returned to the Grower
but will be sold by the Ginnery and the proceeds
merged in the general purchase account.
3. should any.grower question the correctness of the
grading and valuation made by the Manager of the
Ginnery of the cotton brought for sale, the matter shall
be referred to the Supervisor of the Ginnery whose
decision shall be final.
4. A schedule giving the estimated market value of
lint, togfthi'-r with the price to be paid for different
grades in the seed, shall be published fortnightly in
the Government Gazette during the Ginning season.
A copy of such schedule shall be posted at the Ginnery.
5. A bonus equal to three quarters of the net profits
made by the Ginnery by the purchase of the seed-cotton
will be distributed at the end of the season to those
,,persons who have sold cotton to the Ginnery. The
amount of such bonus will be calculated on a per-
centage basis on the amount paid on account to the
grower and not on the weight of the seed-cotton sold
6. A Pass Book shall be given to the grower by the
Manager ,of the Ginnery showing the value, weight and
description of seed-cotton purchased, which Pass Book
must be presented at the Ginnery when any seed-cotton
is oftei red by the grower for sale and such Pass Book
must also be presented at the Ginnery when the grower
tlaim- his bonus. The bonus will not be paid unless
the Pass Book is produced.
By the end of the season a notice of the intention to
pay IL bonus on and after a certain date will be pub-
lihi:d in the Government Gazette and a copy of it
posted to each person who has sold cotton to the
Ginneiy.
7. The Manager of the Ginnery shall not, during any
one cotton season, purchase from any one grower seed-
cotton amounting in the aggregate to more than four
thousand pounds weight without the special authority
of the Governor.
8. Any person having a charge upon the crop of
any cotton grower may give notice of the same, and the
amount thereof, to the Supervisor of the Ginnery,
And such notice may be in the f(rm of the notice hereto
attached, and shall be forwarded to the Supervisor of
the Ginnery at the time the crop is charged, or


as ,.mu theroait. r a.- i :onvoui.nt, sin i 1.y both the
grower and the person in whose name the charge is to
be registered. The notice shall be signed in duplicate,
the original shall be kept by the Supervisor of the
Ginnery, and the duplicate retained by the person
in whose name the charge is tc be registered, and
the Supervisor of the Ginnery on receiving the
notice, shall cause the charge to be registered, and
shall retain from any moneys due to such grower foi
cotton purchased by the Ginnery a sum equal to the
amount of the registered charge until he shall have
given notice to the person in whose favour the charge
is registered, and until he is satisfied that the amount
of the charge has been paid'or will be paid out of the
moneys in his hands.
9. All seed cotton from Union Is!and to be sold at
the Government Cotton Ginnery must be accompanied
by a certificate from the Overseer at Union Island stat-
ing the name of the grower, the place on which it is .
grown, and the weight of the cotton.
The Overseer of Union Island will not be held
responsible for delay in issuing the necessary certifi-
cates unless growers at Union Island who intend sell-
ing their cotton to the Ginnery notify to him that the
cotton is ready for shipment at least 2 days before
it is intended to ship such cotton.
10. The Rules made by the Governor in Council on
the 27th day of May, 1911, are hireby repealed.







NOTICE UNDER RULE 8 OF THE RULES FOR THE PURCHASE
or COTTON AT THE GOVERNMENT CENTRAL GUNNERY.


To The Supervisor,
The Government Cotton Ginnery.

St. Vincent,................................ 191 .
Please take notice that I have received from
the sum of pounds shillings and pence
as an advance on my cotton crops, to be repaid from the" pro-
ceeds of the said cotton crops when reaped and sold to the
Government Ginnery,
I also agree to pay interest on the said sum of
pounds shillings and pence between this date
and the date of repayment at the rate of per centum
per annum.

Signature of Cotton Grower.

Signature of person in
whose name charge is
to be registered.

Witness to the above
Signatures.



Made by the Governor in Council on the 9th day of
September, 1913.

V. F. DRAYTON,
( ler. of Councdis.








Rules made by the Governor in Council ur
der powers conferred by section 17 of Th
Medical Officers Ordinance, 1902" fixin
a table of fees to be paid to Medical Off
cers for professional services rendered I
labourers who are not entitled to gratuitou
medical aid.

(Gaz.tt-d lbth Septi-.mber, 1913.)

1. (ait From thi date of publication of these rules i
thi- Goov'rnmient (On.?ette the following shall be tl
table of feer. to 1be paid to Medical Officers for pr(
fes.ional servi-co rend,-r-ed to labourers who are n(
entitleil t.- gratuit,,u. nieodical aid.
(M) In thn interlprot'iain of these rules a "Labourer
shall mn:an any agricutinral labourer, menial servant
handicraftsman, boatman, seaman, por'er, huckste]
wash.prwomain or eanitrsp.s whli,, income is not mnor
than 25 a v,-ar and whl does not possess property o
any kindl worth more than 50.
J.-) It hall be the duty of every District Medica
Officer it aftird medical 'eid free of charge to al
pa-ui er6, to all labourers' children under 10 years o
age, to all labourers over sixty years of age and to an,
de-tittute woman in child-birth.
TABLE OF FEES. 8 s. d
For medical attendance, if at the Med-
ical C'thi.-r', house or at the ap- 1
pointed station, by day
At the Medical''Offiter's house at night)
(i.e. between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m.) .2
For a day visit to a patient's house that
does not require the Medical Offi-
cer to travel more than one mile 2 C
from the place at which he received
the call
For a day visit to a patient's house that,
requires the Medical Officer to
travel more'Than onp mile and not 3 0
more than three miles from the
place at which he received the call)
For a day visit to a patient's house that
requires the Medliial Officer to
travel more than three miles from 4 0
the place at which he received
the call /
For n night visit to a patient's house that
does not require the Medical Officer
to travel more than one mile from 4 0)
the place at which he received
the call
For a night visit to a patient's house
that requires the Medical Officer '
to travel more than-one mile from 6 0
the pliac at which he received the
cll
Midwifery case .. .. 8 0
Extraction of teeth or dressing, each .. 1 0
rimple fractures .. 10 0
Dislocations [. 8 0
Hydrocele 5 .. 5 0
Minor operations .. 2 0
Medicines .. .. .. 6
2. All former tables of fees are hereby repealed.

Mad.) by the Governor in Council this 9th day of
September, 1913.

V. F. DRAYTON,
Clerk of Councils.
J Thii included ampuLtatiLn of fingers and toes, pasingu
Catheters, &c.,,


SAINT VINCENT.


SL. S.)


Ak' Ili,? lhonour the. ti,~,"~Cl~lE
Gi ,DEON Al ona.%Y, A drni,4l~fiqrtor e/ ,i
'let/a r,/' qSaintI Uiitct'a and 118 Lkp'u-t


det tu'i, 4*t*.,


6., .e


C. GIDEON MURRAY,
d* nn./r r..


Le A PROCLAMATION.
W WHEREAS by "The lUnk Holidays Ordinance
V 1900" it is enacte,.l that it shall be lawful for the
,, Governor in Council fi..,ra time to time by Pr.,clamation
t in the Gazette to app.iiit a 1 --.ial day to b. observed
as a Bank Holiday thrugiihli.nt th. C,(l.onv.
AND WHEREAS it is .\pt_.lr -nt I li:t thli'r shr,ould be a
e Bank Holiday on W' .n,-..dav, tLh, 29th if 0.toher,
1913, being the day '11 wlhii.h the Ra(..< at Btightou
l are fixed to take pla, r.:
l NOW THEREFORE I 1..', with the aii, :i of the Ex-cut-
f tive Council and pursnart ir. it. atilih.ii i in mevasr-d
by the said Ordinance, hI,.-rlrby alinit WJdnesl.y the
Y 29th of October, 1913, ti. "bu observed as a Bank
Holiday throughout t h. Col,,ny.
GIVEN under my hanld anri tht. Public $.-al of the
Island of St. Viinc-:,t at the (iiovei nmeit Office
in the said Island t,; I.t day oif (ictniher, in
the year of our L,,rdi One thousand nine hun-
dred and tliirteen and in the fourth year of
His Majesty'i reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING!

By His Honour's Command,

V. F. DRAYrON,
C/' .f ('lerl.


Amendment of the Rules forming Schedule
1 to "The Agricultural Credit Societies Ordi-
nance, 1913", for the government of Agricul-
tural Credit Societies registered under that
Ordinance.

(Gazetted 16th October, 1913.)

1. The second paragragh of Rule VI (b) commenc-
ing with the words "The meeting" down to the words
"next year" is hereby repealed and the following
paragraph is substituted therefor- '
The members will also fix at each annual gene-ral
meeting, by resolution, the total ai.ount of stivinms
"deposits that may be accepted, the torul amount if
"loans that may be contracted, the m iximumni .f the
"total advances that any member of the Sueiefty may
"hold at one any time during the en-suiag ypar, the
"rate at;which the Secretary may be r-nuintrated and
"when necessary the amount to be leviio.l on each
"member in respect to such remuneration".
2. Rule VII (a) is hereby repealed and the following
paragraph substituted therefor-
(a) The Society, at its annual general meeting,
" shall elect a Committee of Management, con.sisting of
"not fewer than five members, who shall be eligible
"for re-election on the expiry of their t-rm ru of office.
"No member of the Committee nor any Office Bearer,
" except the Secretary, shall receive salary or any other
"remuneration under any conditions whatever".




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S uIe X is hereby amended by tfe addition of the Dairy Regulations made by the General
S following paragraph- Health Authority under the authority of See-
S', "The Secretary may he remuneratoel at a rate to Ie tion 25, sub-section 5, of the Public Health
"dptermnined by the menil.er. at a gne.ial mn?:-ting. Ordinance, No. 9 of 1910.
"The funds for payment ot such r:imunie-ration inayti i"
necessary with the consent of a gen-'rnl nic-.eting be
"obtained by ( lual levy on all the mcemier-3 of the
Socii-ty".
I. The appeiilded Form VI heing a form of Bond to
lbe usl for the Treasurer, Tru'tees and Secretary of a iGa/etted 16th October, 1913.)
Society, hall hbe added to Schedule II of the Rule.-i.


Tar A:,.RICiLITRAL CREDIT SOCIETIES OiDI NANCE, 1913.
FCo.Ri VI.
1. For the piipo.: of tlhes-e regulations the term
S"dairyman" shall include any purveyor of milk, or
SAINT VINCENT. owner or occupi.-r 1-f a dairy.
2. Every dairi-Ymnn ,hall take out a li'ence annually.
itiol all tli by these presents that We Such licence shill he ikued by the Local Authority and
of the shall expire on h,- 31 -t iDecember of the year in whii h
Agricultural Credit Society, established in accordance with the same is isu.vl and shall be in the form attached to
the provisions of the Agricultural Credit Societies Ordinance, these regulatiroi,. Provi.lel always that the Local
S1913 at in the Parish of in the Island of Authority shall have power to refuse to licence in
and any case where they think it advisable in the public
(as surety on behalf of the said interest so to do.
) are jointly and severally held and 3. No charge shall he made for this licence, or for
firmly bound to the present Administrator of this any renewal thereof.
Colony, his successors and assigns, in the aum of 4. No renewal of a licence shall be granted without
to be paid to the said as such Administrator for the the special sanction of the Local Authority to any
time being, to his successor for the time being, or to his diryan who urin the twelve month preceding
certain attorney, for which payment, welland truly to be made iryman receding
we jointly and severally bind ourselves, and each of us by him. his application ha- leen convicted of any offence under
self, our and each of our heirs, executors, and administrators, the Public He Ith Ordinance No. 9 of 1910 or for any
firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals. contravention of any regulatio.ns made thereunder or
Dated the day of in the year of our Lord one who has employed any person who has been convicted
thousand nine hundred and for the vending or hawking for sale of adulterated
WHEREAS the above-bounden hath been duly appointed dairy produce.
of the said Society established as aforesaid, and he, 5. The licence shall not he transferable.
together with the above-bounden 6 B
as his surety, have entered into the above-written Bond, subject 6. ages shall he issued by the Local Authority on
to the conditions hereinafter contained. Now, THEREFORE, the payment of a sumn of 3d. each and they shall be
condition of the above-written Bond is such that if the said marked indelilly with a number. A record shall be
shall and do justly and faithfully execute his office kept of all licenc-s and bailges iksued, so that any badge
of of the said Society established as aforesaid, and shallmay be readily identified.
and do render a just and true account of all moneys received and may be
paid by him, and shall and do pay over all the moneys remaining 7. Every licensed dau-yman. on application to the
in his hands, and assign and transfer or deliver all securities and officer granting the licenc. may obtain as many badges
effes,. b'.jk.s, papers, and property of or belonging to the said as he may require for the use of employ(Vs or other
Society, in his hands or custody, to such person or persons as persons engaged in the sale of hih milk. The badge
the said Society shall appoint, according to the Rules of the said shall b
Society, tog.et her with the proper or legal receipts or vouchers shall be the property of the dairyman, during the
for such payments and likewise shall and do in all respects well period of his licence.
and truly and faithfully perform and fulfil his office of to 8. Every person hawking for sale, selling, or deliver-,
the said'Society, according to the Rules thereof, then the above- ing milk to the customers of a dairyman shall carry a
written Bond shall e void and of none effect, otherwise shall be badge belonging to sneuch dairyman, and shall on
and remain in full force and virtue. demand how the ame t the i o Police, and to
demand show the Eamie t,, the Chief ot Police, and to
[Seal]. any Medical Ortfier, Government Veterinary Surgeon,
[Seal]. Sanitary Officer, JuitiLe if the Pear-e or Constable.
'Signcd sealed and delivered by the above-named 9. Any person .so hawking for sale, aIling or deliver-
in the presence of ing milk to the custome.i- ot a dairyman, not having.
,,. .... .. .,.....o ..o...........o.....................i
'AME. NAME. a badge, or reifuiing or neglecting to show the same to .
............................. ............................. the Chief of Police, or to any Medical Officer, Govern-
OCCUPATION. OCCUPATION, ment Veterinary Surg- n, nnilary Offi0er, Justice of
...... .................................................. the Peace or C('on iatile on demand, hliall, on conviction
RESIDENCE. RESIDENCE.
Signed sealed and delivered by the above-named-be liable to a pmnnlry nt exceeding fve pounds.
in the presence of 10. A licensed dair3 man shall tUpply hadges only
................................ ...... ............................... to persons who understand the r-;pon-ibility of sup-
NAME. NAME. plying pure andl inadulteiatepd milk.
............ ...................... .............................. 11. Before a licence can be renewed the badges must
OCCUPATION. OCCUPATION. be submitted to-, the Loal Authority for inspection,
RESIDENCE. RESIDENCE. and on the terminiatiou of a likence all badges shall be
returned to, and rtnine I by the Local Authority.
Made by the Governor in Council this 14th day of 12. Should a hadge he lost, a new badge can be .|
October, 1913. obtained on paymeinnt .1 th.e -;um of I1-.
13. Any petion tound guilty by a Magistrate of a .
V. F. DRAYTON, breach of any ot tlihee regulations shall be liable to a i
Clerk of Cuan,-ils, penalty not exceeding five pounds. i







14. These regulations shall npily only to daiiymnen
supplying milk t. residents of Ki g-town, Georg.t'own,
Cal.iaqua, Layiou, Barrouallie, and Cihateau'jelair.
15. Any Mei lical Officer or liuveriment Veterinary
Officer may at all reasonable time enter and inspect
any dairy and all vessels in such dairy, of whatever
kind, used in the collection and storage of milk in-
tendei for sale for human consumption and may seize,
c.-nd. m.i, and cause to be dest eyed aiy vessels which
in his opinion are for any reasou unfit for the purposes
of milk collection and storage.
16. Copies of.these Regulations shall be issued with
every licence.
17. These regulations shall come into force on the
1st January, 1914.


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Made by the Gereial Health Authority this 14th
day of October,- 1913.

V. F. DRAYTON,
Clerk of Counmcil.


SAINT VINCENT.
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G IDEON IU~nnAv, idniumislraor of the~
I/14ond of Sa~int I ino'nt and i18 Dvepeu-


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C. GID)EON MUJTRRAY,
.4dntin isirertor.


A PROCLAMATION.
W HEREAS it is meet that a day should he set .
apart a- th.3 c'ose of this Hurricane Season for _
GENrI1AL TiANKznIVlNO for our preserva-ion from the
(Ic-ieiit.s, and f,,r other blessings vouchsafed to us;
I DO T7ERFrOnE, by and with the advice of the
Executive Cnuneil, set apart Monday, the 17t day oJ -
,rrinubur, 1913, to Le devoutly observed as a day of
General Thnnk-givijig.
And I do direct and appoint that the said Day of
Thanksgiving hie lul\ observe.I in all Churches, Chapels
and all other licensed pln.es of worship, and by all
orders and descriptions of persons throughout the
Isl.,nd and its Depeudenciez.
GIvEN under my hand and the Public Seal of
the I-laud of Saint Vincent at Government
House in the said Island this 27th day of
October in the year of our Lord one
thousand nine hundred and thirteen, and in
the fourth year of His Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING!

By His Honour's Command,

V. F. DRAYTON,
Chief Clerk.


Rule made by the Governor in Council un-
der the authority of "The Public Cemeteries
Ordinance, 1906".


(Gazettel 30th October, 1913.)



ri'HE following shall be added to the Schedule to ,
1 Pilo 10 ta) of the Rules made by the Governor in-
Council on the 2.5th day of August, 1906, under
t-,, authir ity of "The P'ublic Cemetelies Ordinanco
1906": -
Dues for Interment.
C(eet0ery. Chuldreu All others.
under 10.

L. d. s. d.
Sandy Bay C1imitery .. 1 6 2 0
(Windward Distri,.t)


Male ir thir governorr in C'ountil this 27th dayl of
O,-tobe. 1i913.

W. S. BATTEN-POOLL,
Acting Clerk of Council,.


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4-c., i-c.









Ac'ditional Regulation made by the Governor
in Council under the authority of section
2 (1) of "The Passenger Boats (Life
Saving) Ordinance, 1912".
(Gazetted 30th October, 1913.)

tHE Regulations made by the Governor in Council on
J thle 17th day of December 1912 under the authority
of Section 2 (1) of The Passenger Boats (Life Saving)
Ordinance 1912" are hereby amended I y the addition
of the following Regulation Io be numbered 11:-
11. Any person violating tle provisions of these
PRigulati,.Lts shall be liable on summary conviction to
a penalty not (xceeding twenty pounds.
Made by the Governor in Council this 27th day
of October, 1913.

W. 8S. BATTEN-POOLL,
Acting Clerk of Councils.


T Further amendment of the Rules forming
Schedule 1 to "The Agricultural Credit Socie-
ties Ordinance, 1913", for the government
of Agricultural Credit Societies registered
under the said Ordinance.

(Gazetted 13th November, 1913.)

1. Rule V is hereby amended by the addition of the
following words at the end of sub-section (d) thereof :-
"If a member dies intestate without any legal re-
"presentative and no person has obtained letters of
"administration within a reasonable time the Trustees
"shall have power to apply for letters of administration
"as an ordinary creditor would be entitled to do".
S 2. '.he whole of the third paragraph of Rule X from
the words "The Secretary" down to the words "mem-
,ber of the Society" is hereby repealed and the
follth ing paragraph substituted therefor:-
"NThe Secretary may be the Treasurer also and he
"may or may not be a member of the Socio-ty".
3. Rule XI (f) is hereby amended by the insertion
of the words or otherwise" after the word "instal-
ments" in the first line thereof.
Made by the Governor in Council this 11th day of
November, 1913.
W. S. BATTEN-POOLL,
_____ Acting Clerk (f Councils.
NOTE.-The first amendment of the principal rules was made
cn the 14th October, 1913 (Vide Gazette of 16th October 1913).


Additional Regulations relating to the Town
of Georgetown made by the Governor in Coun-
cil under the authority of Section 30 of "The
Small Towns Regulation Ordinance, 1878".

(Gazetted 18th November, 1913.)


iN addition to the Regulations made by the Govenor
.in Council on the 23rd day of August, 1888, the 21st
day (f February, 1911, and the 17th day of December,


1912, for the better Government of the Small Towns in
this Island the following Regulations shall apply to
the T.wn of G. oigetown:-
1. The following positions of the Regulations made
by the Governor in Council on the 23rd day of August
1888 f,r the better government of the Small Towns of
this Island shall be and are hereby repealed in so, far
as they apply to the Small Town of Georgetown, viz:-
Regulation 41. (i).
41. (1).
42. (a;.
4 2. (d).
2. The following sh"ill be substituted for the repealed
portions of ihe s ,id R. gulations mentioned in Regulation
I and shill apply to the Small Town of Georgetown:-
In.tead of 41, (i). Every Butcher, Slaughtoie or, and
Huckster before being prtnmitted to exercise their re-
spective trades hall obtain a licence from the Town
Warden so to do, for which the following sums shall
be paid:- Per
annum.
s. d.
For a Butcher's licence (including 8 0
Slaughterer's) j .
,, a Slaughterer's ,, (not a licensed 4 0
Butcher) I
,, each Stall in the Meat Market .. 15 0
,, a Huckster's licence .. .. 2 0
Instead of 41 (1). The licences for a Butcher, Slaugh-
terer, or Huckster, or for the use of a stall in the Meat
Market, may be taken out for a year, or for bix months,
and shall be granted by the Town Warden at any time
of the year, but ro licence, no matter what ihe date of
issue shall, in the case of an annual licence, continue in
force any longer than the 31st day of De.:ewmb-r of the
year current at the date of issue, or in the case of a
half yearly licence continue in force any longer than
the 30th of June or the 31st of December of the" half
year current at the date of issue.
Instead of 42 (a). No person but a li1-pnced Butcher
or Slaughterer shall slaughter any animal in the Slaugh-
ter-house. If any person is appointed as Clerk of the
Market no arimal shall be killed until it has born
examined by such Clerk and full part. tla rs as to its
health, sex, age, marks, colour eic., entered in a book
to be kept for that purpose, which book shall be open
to the inspection of the Public at all times. Such
Clerk, (if any) shall refuse to receive in the Slaughter-
house any animal which from any cause may appear to
him unfit for food.
Instead of 42 (d.) Before any animal i sl aughtered
the following fees shall be paid for thio uses of the
Town to the Town Warden, Clerk of the Market, or
duch other person as the Town Warden may appoint
under his hand to receive the same;- s.
For every head of cattle, the four quarters 1 a 0 3
weighing over 200 lbs
For ev rv head of cattle, the four quarter s
weighing over 100 lbs and not ex- 2 .0
ceeding 200 lbs )
For every calf 100 lbs and under 1 0
pig ....
,, ,, goat .
sheep or lamb .. .. 1 0
,, ,, turtle over 100 lbs .. 1
,, ,, 50 lbs and under
100 lbs.
,, ,, ,, ,, 20 lbs and und.,r
50 lbs.
For every turtle under 20 lbs. ,.









3. These Regulations shall tome into force on th
slt day of January, 191-1.


Made by thi Governor in Counmil this llt.h da;
of November, 1913.


w.. s. BATTEN -P(e i(-LL,


Regulations made by the General Health
Authority under the powers contained in
"The Public Health Ordinance, 1910", for
the prevention of danger arising to public
health from the preparation of bread for
sale, and for the control of bakeries.

(Gazetted 13th November, 1913).

1. In these Regulations Bread" includes cakes and
all kinds of fancy bread, whatsoever.
Bakery" means any bake house, bakery, oven-room
or other building where bread is baked, made or pre-
pared for purpose of sale.
"Baker" means any person employed in the prepara-
tion of bread in a bakery whether as master employ6
or otherwise.
2. Every proprietor or lessee of a bakery shall take
out a licence annually in respect of any premises used
as a bakery. Such licence to be issued by the Local
Authority or any member thereof (who shall first
satisfy himself of the fitness of the premises to be used
as a bakery).
A charge of 2s. 6d. a year ending on the 31st day
of December, or Is. 3d. a half year ending on 30th
June or 31st December shall be made for the licence or
any renewal thereof.
Al monies for licences under these regulations shall
be paid to the Treasurer of the Colony. Provided that
any such monies paid for licences for bakeries in
Kingstown orlin any of the Small Towns of the Colony
shall be paid, in the case of Kingstown to the Kings-
town Board, and in the cases of the Small Towns to
the Town Wardens of the said Small Towns to be
placed to the credit of the Revenue of Kingstown or of
the Small Towns aforesaid as the case may be.
3. Every proprietor or lessee in occupation of or re-
sponsible for a bakery shall-
(1) Have the floor of such bakery constructed of con-
crete or mason work. Provided always that no prose-
cution shall be undertaken or penalty enforced against
anyone for a breach of this subsection before the. 1st
day of July 1914 on which date it shall be deemed
to have come into force.
(2) Keep the floor of such bakery clean and free from
dirt, ashes or other accumulation of decaying animal or
vegetable matter.
(3) Have no privy, cess-pit, or other receptacle for
offensive matter therein or upon the same premises
except at such a distance from the bakery as the Local
Sanitary Authority may in each case approve.
(4) Not allow the same to be used by any person as
a sleeping place.
(5) See that it is provided with a pure and whole-
some water supply.
(6) Provide washing accommodation for the use of
the employs.


S(7 See that the Bakers r-niploied thl.rein are clothed
in clean garments.
4. No person who is suftring from any infectious
disease within the mn-aning of S, ition 42 oi the Public
Health Ordliinie, 1910, or from any form of cutanCeous
disease ,hall a, t as a i.tiker, and no proprir-tor or lesseo
ulr IperTon iui lh.arg of a b.ikeiy shall employ any per-
son in the cali.i..ity of a baker unless that person shall
foLunliblh a ceMrtficate fr,.,m a Medical Officer that he is
in a fit state of h'-alih to :-ugage ii the occupation of
a baker. Such certificate Eshall hbe in the form hereto
appended and shall be in iorue only for six months at
a time.
5. No person shall have in any bakery or upon any
premises attached to any bdiki-ry an'y ,rlii!es or mate-
rials used in the manufacture or prepaiatin of bread
which are dirty, unsound or iunwholesr.me or unfit for
human consumption or for tli- reparation of blood
for man.
6. It shall be lawful for th-. LoA il Authority or any
member of the Local Authoiity ot the district and for
any Sanitary Officer within the definition contained in
the Public Health Ordinance, 1910, to enter any bakery
at any time and to examine ith condition of the bakery
and the condition of the persuLS .employed therein and
the articles or materials u-ed thlioiu or apparently
intended to be used in the maniufactuine or preparation
of bread. Any. person who shall obstruct the L.cal
Authority or any member there.)f or a'my Sanitary
Officer or refuse admission to any one (if them desiring
to make an examination unl.r this R-,gulation shall
be guilty of an offence against this Regulation.
7. If it appears to the Local Authority upon such
examination or upon the report of the member of the
Local Authority or Sanitary Inspector making the
examination that the condition of the bakery is not in
accordance with the requirements of Regulation 2 here-
of or that from any cause its condition is such that
danger may arise to public health from the preparation
of bread therein the Local Authority may by notice in
writing direct the proprietor or lessee of the bakery
within such reasonable time as they may direct to
execute such work or take such measures as to the
Local Authority appears necessary to make the bakery
in accordance with these Regulations or to prevent
danger to public health from the preparation of bread
therein and in default of executing such work to cease
from using the premises as a bakery.
Any person who shall continue to use such premises
as a bakery without complying with the requirements
of such notice shall be guilty of an offence against
these Regulations.
8. (1) If it appears to the Local Authority npon
such examination in Regulation 5 referred to or upon
the report of the member of the Local Authority or of
the Sanitary Inspector making such examination that
any person acting as a baker is suffering fiom any in-
fectious disease within the meaning of Section 42 of
the Public Health Ordinance, 1910, or from any form
of cutaneous disease the Local Authority may call upon
the person suspected of disease to procure from a
medical practitioner a certificate of health.
(2) A person so called upon shall unless and until
he shall furnish to the Local Authority a satisfactory
medical certificate cease to act as a baker and in the
case of an employ it shall be lawful for the proprietor
or lessee of the bakery to dismiss him uununni ily and
without notice, any contract, trade, custom or usage to
the contrary notwithstanding.
9. If it shall appear to any Local Authority or to
any member of a Local Authority or any Sanitary
Officer making an examination under Regulation 5








hereof that any articles or materials used or apparently I materials to be destroyed.
intended to I e used in or for the manuficturo of bread 10. Any person who shall be guilty of a breach of
is unfit for such purpose the Local Authority or nimember or offeuce against these Regulations hall be liable on
thereof or Sanita v Officer in;iy size the amnie and cause summary conviction to a pe alty not exceeding Ten
the same to be examined by n Medital Offlicer and if I Pounds or to imprisonment with or without hard labour
nsch Medical Officer -;hall certify in writing that the for any term not exceeding one month.
articles or material. Ro Euized are unfit to be used for or i 11. These Regulations (except section 3, subsection 1)
in the manufacture of bread shall cau.e such articles or I shall come into foice on the lat day of January, 1914.


BAKERY REGULATIONS.




No.
CERTIFICATE OF HEALTH.




I hereby certify that- .of-

is in a fit state of health to be employed as a
baker.


Medical Officer, District


Datr_---
N.B.-This certificate is only valid for six
nionths from date of issue.


BAKERY REGULATIONS.


CERTIFICATE OF HEALTH.




I hereby certify that of .

is in a fit'state of health to be employed as a baker.


Medical Officer, District


Date
N.B.-This certificate is only valid for six months from date of issue


Made by the General Health Authority this llth day of November, 1913.
W. S. BATTEN-.PpOLL,
Adt'ng Clerk of (Comnir'