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Title: Government gazette
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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: May 16, 1961
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GRENADA


Government Gazette

(EXTRAORDINARY)

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VOL. 79.] SAINT GEORGE'S, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1961 [No. 26


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

No. 126.
THE following documents are circulated with and
form part of this Gazette:-
S. R. & O. No. 17.-The Customs Regulations,
1961.
S.R. & O. No. 18-The Customs Proclamation,
1961.
16th May, 1961.



THE CUSTOMS (APPOINTMENT OF
PORTS) NOTICE

In accordance with the provisions of the Customs
Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35 of 1960), I hereby give
notice as follows :-
1. This Notice may be cited as the Customs
(Appointment of Ports) Notice, 1961.
2. The places specified in the Schedule hereto are
hereby appointed to be ports for the purposes of
the Customs Ordinance, subject to the conditions
and limitations set out in the said Schedule.
SCHEDULE

ST. GEORGE'S : The Port of St. George's
comprises within its limits that area of the sea
enclosed within the foreshore and an imagin-
ary line drawn from Point Saline to Point
Moliniere.
GRENVILLE : The Port of Grenville
comprises within its limits all the waters to the
West of a line drawn from Telescope Point


to Soubise Island and from Soubise Island to
the nearest point on the mainland at Soubise.
HILLSBOROUGH: The Port of Hills-
borough comprises within its limits all the
waters to the East of a line drawn from "Yaws
Point" Craigston to Jacques Adam Island and
from Jacques Adam Island to Lauriston
Point.


Made this 16th day of May, 1961.
J. M. LLOYD,
Administrator.


THE CUSTOMS (BOARDING STATIONS)
NOTICE


In accordance with the provisions of the Customs
Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35 of 1960), I hereby give
notice as follows :-
1. This Notice may be cited as the Customs
(Boarding Stations) Notice, 1961.
2. The stations or places specified in the Schedule
hereto are hereby appointed boarding stations for
the purposes of the said Ordinance.
SCHEDULE
Boarding Stationsfor Ships
ST. GEORGE'S : Any place of suitable
depth in that area of water in the outer
Harbour lying to the West of an imaginary


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 16, 1961.-(No. 26.)


line drawn from Fort George point to St. Elois
Point : provided that ships of less than 250
net registered tons may bring to for the pur-
pose of being boarded in a suitable depth of
water at any place in the Inner Harbour at a
distance of not less than 150 feet from any
Wharf, Quay, Pier or Jetty.
GRENVILLE: Any place within the
limits of the Port.
HILLSBOROUGH: Any place within
the limits of the Port.

FOR AIRCRAFT

THE PEARLS Customs Aerodrome.



Made this 16th day of May, 1961.

J. M. LLOYD,
Administrator.



THE CUSTOMS (APPROVED PLACES OF
LOADING AND APPROVED PLACES OF
UNLOADING) NOTICE, 1961


In accordance with the provisions of the Customs
Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35 of 1960), I hereby give
notice as follows :-
1. This Notice may be cited as the Customs
(Approved Places of Loading and Approved
Places of Unloading) Notice, 1961.
2. The Piers, Wharves, Quays, Jetties and other
places specified in the Schedule hereto are hereby
appointed to be "approved places of loading and
approved places of unloading" for purposes of the
Customs Ordinance.
SCHEDULE

ST. GEORGE'S : The foreshore of the
St. George's Harbour extending from the
Hill west of the Colony Post Office in an
easterly direction to where it meets with the
Rubble bank at the northern end of the St.
George's Pier.

The New St. George's Pier.

GRENVILLE : The Jetty in the Grenville
Harbour owned and operated by the St.
Andrew's District Board.

HILLSBOROUGH : The Government-
Jetty at Hillsborough.

THE PEARLS Customs Aerodrome.


Made this 16th day of May, 1961.
J. M. LLOYD,
Administrator.


THE CUSTOMS (APPOINTMENT OF
CUSTOMS AREA) NOTICE

In accordance with the provisions of the Customs
Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35 of 1960), I hereby give
notice as follows :-
This Notice may be cited as the Customs
(Appointment of Customs Area) Notice, 1961.
The undermentioned places are hereby appointed
to be Customs Areas :-
1. Premises known as the New St. George's Pier
bounded on the North, West and South by the Sea,
and on the East, by a fence running from the
Rubble Bank on the South, in a northerly direction
to the Rubble Bank on the North of the said Pier.
2. That area of land in St. George's occupied by
the Government Library building and bounded
on the North by Matthew Street on the South by
the Treasury Yard on the East by the Carenage
Roadway and on the West by Mockton Street.

Made this 16th day of May, 1961.

CLAYTON B. THOMAS,
Collector of Customs.
Approved this 16th day of May, 1961.

J. M. LLOYD,
Administrator.

THE CUSTOMS (TRANSIT SHEDS)
NOTICE
In accordance with the provisions of the Customs
Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35 of 1960), the following
notice is hereby given :-
1. This Notice may be cited as the Customs
(Transit Sheds) Notice, 1961.
2. The main building on the St. George's Pier
divided and numbered 1, 2, 3 and 4 is hereby
appointed to be Transit Sheds Numbers 1,2, 3, and
4, respectively.
3. The ground floor of the Government Library
Building in St. George's.

Made this 16th day of May, 1961.

CLAYTON B. THOMAS,
Collector of Customs.

THE QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE (APPROVAL)
NOTICE
In accordance with the provisions of the Customs
Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35 of 1960), I hereby give
notice as follows :-
1. This Notice may be cited as the Queen's
Warehouse (Approval) Notice, 1961.
2. The Arcon Building situate on the St. George's
Pier, East of the Transit Sheds and lying parallel
thereto is hereby declared to be a Queen's
Warehouse.

Made this 16th day of May, 1961.

CLAYTON B. THOMAS,
Collector of Customs.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 16, 1961.-(No. 26.) 129


NOTICE OF IAPPOINTMENTgOF
,. GOVERNMENT WAREHOUSE

In accordance with the provisions of the Customs
Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35 of 1960), I hereby give
notice as follows :-
1. This Notice may be cited as the Government
Warehouse (Approval) Notice, 1961.1
2. The building known as the Burns Point
Warehouse situate to the South of the buildings
housing the Generating Plant of the Grenada
Electricity Services Ltd., and West of the main road
leading from the Carenage to Tanteen, is hereby
declared to be a Government Warehouse for the
warehousing of Spirits, Wines, Tobacco-manu-
factured or unmanufactured-Cigars, Cigarettes
and Cigarillios.

Made this 16th day of May, 1961.

CLAYTON B. THOMAS,
Collector of Customs.

Approved this 16th day of May, 1961.

J. M. LLOYD,
Administrator.


THE CUSTOMS ORDINANCE
NO. 35 OF 1960

The Customs (Warehousing) Notice, 1961

In accordance with the provisions of the Customs
Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35 of 1960), 1 hereby give
notice as follows :-
1. This notice may be cited as the Customs
(Warehousing) Notice, 1961.
2. It is hereby declared that all goods save and
except those listed in the Schedule hereto, may be
warehoused upon first importation without pay-
ment of duty thereon.
3. Nothing in this Notice shall be taken to mean
or imply that it is obligatory on Government to
provide space for warehousing of goods other than
those mentioned in the Government Warehouse
(Approval) Notice, 1961.
SCHEDULE

Arms, ammunition and explosives.
Asphalt of all kinds including pitch and tar.
Bricks and Tiles.
Cattle and other animal food.
Cement (unless stored in a warehouse specially
approved for the storage of cement only).
Cheese.
Chemicals.
Fireworks. \
Films, cinematograph.
Fish (other than in airtight containers packed
in cases).
Fruit and nuts (other than in airtight containers).
Hay and Chaff.
Manures and Fertilisers.
Matches (unless stored in a warehouse specially
approved for the storage of matches only).
Meats (other than in airtight containers packed
in cases).
Potatoes.


Salt (unless stored in a warehouse specially
approved for the storage of salt only).
Vegetables (other than in airtight containers
packed in cases).
Wood and timber including Lumber, Shingles,
Shooks, Staves and Headings.
Any goods which in the opinion of the Collector
of Customs are likely to cause damage to other
goods stored in the same warehouse.

Made this 16th day of May, 1961.

J. M. LLOYD,
Administrator.


THE CUSTOMS ORDINANCE, 1960
(NO. 35 OF 1960)

The Standard Capacities Notice, 1961
In accordance with the provisions of the Customs
Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35 of 1960), I hereby give
notice as follows :-
The following standard capacities for packages
containing alcoholic beverages liable to duty
according to the liquid measurement thereof are
hereby specified :-
(a) Bottles or other containers whose con-
tents are not less than 35 fluid ounces and not more
than 40 fluid ounces shall be deemed to be Imperial
quarts and four of such bottles or other containers
for the purpose of assessing duty thereon shall be
taken and considered to measure one Imperial
gallon ;
(b) Bottles or other containers whose con-
tents are not less than 221 fluid ounces and not
more than 26 2/3 fluid ounces shall be deemed to be
reputed quarts and six of such bottles or other con-
tainers for the purpose of assessing duty thereon
shall be taken and considered to measure one
Imperial gallon ;
(c) Bottles or other containers whose con-
tents are not less than 17 fluid ounces and not more
than 20 fluid ounces shall be deemed to be Imperial
pints and 8 of such bottles or other containers for
the purpose of assessing duty thereon shall be
taken and considered to measure one Imperial
gallon ;
(d) Bottles or other containers whose con-
tents are not less than 11 fluid ounces and not more
than 131 fluid ounces shall be deemed to be reputed
pints and 12 of such bottles or other containers for
the purpose of assessing duty thereon shall be taken
and considered to measure one Imperial gallon ;
(e) Bottles and other containers whose con-
tents are not less than 8 fluid ounces and not more
than 10 fluid ounces shall be deemed to be Imperial
half-pints and 16 of such bottles or other containers
for the purpose of assessing duty thereon shall be
taken and considered to measure one Imperial
gallon ;
(f) Bottles or other containers whose con-
tents are not less than 5 fluid ounces and not more
tilan 6 2/3 fluid ounces shall be deemed to be
reputed half-pints and 24 of such bottles or other
containers for the purpose of assessing duty
thereon shall be taken and considered to measure
one Imperial gallon.

Made this 16th day of May, 1961.

J. M. LLOYD,
Administrator.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 16, 1361.-(No. 26.)


CUSTOMS NOTICE

In accordance with the provisions of the Customs
Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35 of 1960), Notice is hereby
given that the goods listed in the Schedule hereto
will be stored in a Customs area in the open and
when so stored shall be at the risk of the Importer
or Agent of the Importing Ship.

SCHEDULE
Acids.
Animals living or otherwise.
Asphalt (all kinds including pitch and tar).
Cement and cement products.
Cotton lint wet or damp.
Fertilizers.
Fireworks.
Galvanised Iron and steel pipes.
Hay and chaff.
Hard and soft boards of all description.
Lime manurial and lime temper.
Manures.
Matches not contained in hermetically sealed
cases of zinc or tin.
Oakum.
Salt.
Any other goods which in the opinion of the
Collector are likely to cause damage to goods
stored in a Transit Shed.

Dated this 16th day of May, 1961.

CLAYTON B. THOMAS,
Collector of Customs.


THE CUSTOMS ORDINANCE, 1961

The Queen's Warehouse (Charges) Notice, 1961

In exercise of the powers conferred upon me by
section 97 of the Customs Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35
of 1960) and of every other power hereunto enabling,
the following notice is hereby given.
This Nctice may be cited as the Queen's Ware-
house (Charges) Notice, 1961.
2. Notice is hereby given and it is hereby declared
that the owner of goods deposited in a Queen's


Warehouse or Customs area in the occupation or
use of the Government under the provisions of the
Customs Ordinance shall, subject to the provisions
of paragraph 3 of this notice pay for the period
during which such goods remain so deposited, a
rent charge at the rate of two cents per cubic foot
of such package for the first week or part thereof
and for each week or part thereof after the first
week a rent charge of three cents per cubic foot
of such package provided that the minimum rent
charge on any package shall in case be less than
10 cents for the first week or part thereof and
15 cents for each succeeding week or part thereof.
3. When a consignment of goods deposited in the
Queen's Warehouse or Customs area consists of
packages of a uniform size and shape the measure-
ment of the consignment as stacked on first
receipt into the Warehouse or Customs area may,
provided the consignment is cleared from the
warehouse or Customs area on a single entry, be
taken as the measurement for the purpose of
arriving at the rent charge instead of the accumu-
lated measurements of the individual packages.
4. Measurements for the purpose of arriving at a
rent charge shall be taken to the nearest lineal foot,
six inches and over being considered as one foot,
and the measurements of an irregular shaped
package shall be the maximum measurements in
each direction as determined by the proper officer ;
provided that if the measurement of a package in
any direction is less than one foot such measure-
ment shall be deemed to be a foot.
5. In addition to the above rent charges the
owner of the goods shall be further charged with
the actual expenses incurred by the Collector
for the transportation of the goods to and their
deposit in the Queen's Warehouse or incurred in
pursuance of any act done by him in relation to
such goods in accordance with the provisions of
the Customs Laws.


Made this 16th day of May, 1961.

J. M. LLOYD,
Administrator.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 16, 1961.-(No. 26). 131

THE CUSTOMS ORDINANCE, 1960.



GOVERNMENT WAREHOUSE (CHARGES) NOTICE, 1961

In exercise of the powers conferred on me by Section 97 of the Customs Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35 of
1960), and of every other power hereunto enabling the following notice is hereby given:-
1. This notice may be cited as The Government Warehouse (Charges) Notice, 1961.
2. Notice is hereby given and-it is hereby declared that with effect from the 1st day of June, 1961,
the owner of goods warehoused in a Government warehouse shall pay in respect of each package a
warehouse rent in accordance with the rates set out hereunder :-

Wines and Spirits
In Containers Rates


Not Exceeding 10 gals. capacity ..
Exceeding 10 gals. and N/E 20 gals.
Exceeding 20 gals. and N/E 35 gals.
Exceeding 35 gals. and N/E 65 gals.
Exceeding 65 gals. and N/E 65 gals.

For each case of 12 bottles together con-
taining not more than 2 gals.


$ 0.20 per month or part thereof
.30 per month or part thereof
.40 per month or part thereof
.60 per month or part thereof
1.00 per month or part thereof


.20 per month or part thereof.


Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes Cigarillios


For each Hogshead
For each half Hogshead
For each quarter Hogshead


$ 4.00 per month or part thereof
2.00 per month or part thereof
1.00 per month or part thereof


For each Barrel Bale case
or other package not exceed-
ing 100 lbs. in weight.. .40 per month or part thereof
Exceeding 100 lbs. for each 100 lbs. or part thereof 40 cents.


Made this 16th day of May, 1961.

J. M. LLOYD,
Administrator.


PR'NTED BY THE GOVERNMENT


GRINADA

PRINTER, AT THE ,1OVERNMINT PRINTING OFFIfE,
ST. GIOBGR'S,
1961





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