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VOL. XCIV











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NO. 105


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V FEB 19&


PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS, 31ST DECEMBER, 1959


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Gazette Notices
Barbados Scholarships, 1960....... ........
Executorials: Ida May Carter. .....................
Edgar Adolphus Henry.............
Letters of Administration ........... .......
Patent: Improvements in or relating to vehicles
for travelling over land and water. (Amend.)
Return of Rainfall for 6th December, 1959........
Statement of Currency Notes and Coin..........
,U. C W.I. Government Exhibitions..................
Legal Supplement
(L. N. 236) Factories Regulations (Correction)


940
942
942
939

942
944
943
941.


(L. N. 237) Pioneer Industry (Hatchery) (Revocation) Order,1959.
(L. N. 238) Pioneer Industry (Brewery)(Amend.) Order, 1959,
(L. N. 239) Pioneer Industry Impregnation of Lumber.
(L. N. 240) Exports and Imports (General Import Licence)
(No. 2) Order, 1959.
(L. N. 241) Markets and Slaughterhouses (Amendment) Regu-
lations, 1959.
(L.N. 242) Power of Disallowance Acts 1957-56,57,58
1958-10; 1959-13, 16, 27.
(L. N. 243) Public Health (Importation and Exportation of
Human Remains) Regulations, 1959.

NOTICE NO. 582

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Resumption of Duty
The Honourable G. T. Barton, O.B.E.,
Chief Secretary, on 28th Deember, 1959.
(M.P. L. 16)

L.A. Pinard, Secretary to the Cabinet, on
28th December, 1959.
(M.P. L. 25)


Leave
L. A. Pinard, Secretary to the Cabinet,
twenty-seven days' extension of vacation leave
with effect from 1st December, 1959.
(M.P. L. 25)
The Honourable Dr. A. S. Cato, Police
Medical Officer, District "A", twenty-one
days' vacation leave with effect from 25th
December, 1959.
(M.P. L. 30571

NOTICE NO. 580 (second publication)

NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that Uris Elise Graham
of Speightstown in the parish of Saint Peter in
this Island, Widow has petitioned the Supreme
Court of Barbados for a grant of Letters of
Administration to the estate and effects of
her husband Martin Graham who died in this
Island on the 24th day of November, 1956 intes-
tate.
AND NOTICE 1I FURTHER GIVEN that an
ex parte application for such Letters of Ad-
ministration will be made at the sitting of the
Supreme Court to be held on Friday the 8th
day of January, 1960 at 9.30 o'clock in the
-/
forenoon.
Dated this 18th day of December, 1959.

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Petitioner's Proctors.


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NOTICE


BARBADOS SCHOLARSHIPS, 1960


The examination for Barbados Scholarships will be the examination
for the General Certificate of Education (Advanced and Scholarship Levels)
of the Oxford and Cambridge Schools Examination Board, and will be held
in Bridgetown in July 1960 in accordance with their time Table.


Candidates will be expected to offer at least one subject at Scholar-
ship Level and one at Advanced Level, and must be -



(a) under twenty (20) years of age on 31st May, 1960;
(b) natives of Barbados; or
(c) children of a native of Barbados; or
(d) children of a native of any colony forming part of the West
Indies who has been resident in Barbados for a period of not
less thanfive years provided that reciprocal provisions have
been made in such colony qualifying the children of a native
of Barbados who has been resident in such colony for a period
of five years for the award of Government Scholarships and
Exhibitions tenable at a University or other Institution for
higher education; or

(e) children of a person who is domiciled in Barbados and who
has been resident in Barbados for a period of not less than ten
years;
(f) children of a public officer serving in Barbados who has been
resident in Barbados for a period of not less than three years
provided that reciprocal provisions have been made in the ter-
ritory or which such public officer is a native qualifying the
children of a public officer serving in such territory and be-
ing a native of Barbados for the award of Government Schol-
arships and Exhibitions tenable at a University or other Insti-
tution of higher education.


Providedthat no Scholarship, exhibition or grant shall be awarded or
made to any person unless he has been receiving his education in this
island for a period of not less than three years immediately preceding
the date on which the award would be made;
Provided further that no Scholarship, Exhibition or grant shall be
awarded or made to any person qualifying under paragraph (d) or (f)
above if reciprocal provisions in the colony or, as the case may be, in


December 31, 1959


OFFICIAL GAZETTE









December 31, 1959 OFFICIAL GAZETTE 941



the territory require that a child or a native of Barbados in order to
qualify for the award of a Government Scholarship or Exhibition to a
University or other Institution of higher education must have received
his education in such colony or territory for a longer period than three
years.


Applications completed on forms which are obtainable from the De-
partment of Education, must be sent to the Director of Education, Bay
Street, not later than 31st January, 1960.


Department of Education,
Bay Street.
11th December, 1959.



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES


GOVERNMENT EXHIBITIONS


Applicants wishing to compete for Barbados Government Exhibitions
tenable at the University College of the West Indies, are required to sub-
mit their applications to The Director of Education not later than Wednes-
day, 20th January, 1960.


Applicants must be -
(a) under twenty (20) years of age on 31st January, 1960;
(b) natives of Barbados; or
(c) children of a native of Barbados; or
(d) children of persons who are domiciled and have been resident
in Barbados for a period of not less than ten (10) years.


Candidates must produce with their applications Birth Certificates as
well as certified statements declaring that they have been receiving their
education in Barbados for a total period of not less than three years im-
mediately preceding the date on which the award would be made, and that
their moral character and general conduct are satisfactory.


N.B Applicants wishing to compete for Barbados Government Exhibi-
tibns must also forward direct to the Registrar of the Universi-
ty College of the West Indies, Jamaica, their applications for
entrance to the College. The closing date for applications for En-
trance is 31st January, 1960.


Department of Education,
Barbados.
10th December, 1959.










OFFCIA GAET Deebr3,15


NOTICE NO. 547 (third publication)

NOTICE

Re the Estate of
IDA MAY CARTER
Deceased
IS HEREBY GIVEN that all creditors and
persons having any debts claims or demands
upon or against the estate of Ida May Carter
late of the parish of Saint Michael in this Is-
land who died on the 9th day of October 1959
are hereby required to send in particulars in
writing of their debts claims or demands to
Coral Lloyd Michel the Executrix of the said
Estate C/o Yearwood & Boyce, Solicitors, of
14 James Street, Bridgetown on or before the
28th day of January 1960.
AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER
GIVEN that atthe expiration of such time the
Executrix will proceed to administer the es-
tate and distribute the assets 9f the said de-
ceased amongst the persons entitled thereto
having regard onlyto the claims and demands
of which the said Executrix shall then have had
notice and that the said Executrix will not be
liable for the assets of the said deceased or any
part thereof so distributed to any person or
persons of whose claim or demand they shall
not then have had notice.
Dated this 27th day of November, 1959.
CORAL LLOYD MICHEL,
Qualified Executrix,
of the Estate of
Ida May Carter, deceased.

NOTICE NO. 583
PUBLIC NOTICE
PATENTS ACT, 1903-7, SECTION 10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that HOVER-
CRAFT DEVELOPMENT LIMITED (a Limited
Liability Company incorporated in the United
Kingdom) of 7, Tilney Street, London, W.1.,
England hath lodged in this Office an applica-
tion for leave to amend the complete specifi-
cation for a patent under the Patent Act 1903
(1903-7), for an invention for "IMPROVE-
MENTS IN OR RELATING TO VEHICLES
FOR TRAVELLING OVER LAND AND/OR
WATER" in manner following:-
1. That Page 8 of the complete specifica-
tion which commences with the words "Figure


19 is a diagrammatic illustration-" and ends
with the words "suitable connections being-"
be cancelled and that there be substituted
therefore pages 8 and 8a annexed hereto.
2. That the word and numeral "Port 30"
on page 11, line 5 of the complete specifica-
tion be altered to read "Port 29".
3. Thatthe reference numeral "120" on
Figure 38 of the drawing forming part of the
complete specification be replaced by the re-
ference numeral "225".
The said application, including the pro-
posed amendments, is open to public inspec-
tion at this Office.
V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,
Registrar.
Registration Office.
18th December, 1959.

NOTICE NO. 584
NOTICE

Re the Estate of
EDGAR ADOLPHUS HENRY
Deceased
IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having
any debt or claim against the Estate of Edgar
Adolphus Henry, late of Bay Street, in the
parish of Saint Michael,who died in this Island
on the 5th day of April 1959 intestate, are
hereby requested to send particulars of their
claims duly attested to the undersigned, in
care of Messrs. Cottle, Catford & Co., No. 17,
High Street, Bridgetown, on or before the 1st
day of March 1960 after which date I shall
proceed to administer the estate among the
parties entitled thereto having regard to the
debts and claims only of which I shall then
have had notice. And that I shall not be liable
for assets so distributed to any person of
whose debt or claim I shall not have had no-
tice at the time of such distribution.
And all persons indebted to the said estate
are requested to settle their accounts without
delay.
Dated this 23rd day of December, 1959.
IRENE MARIE HENRY,
Qualified Administratrix,
of the Estate of
Edgar Adolphus Henry, deceased.


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


December 31, 1959













Statement of Currency Notes and British Caribbean Coin in Circulation in the British Caribbean
Territories (Eastern Group) on 1st December, 1959


Notes


Coins
$


Average circulation during October, 1959:
British Caribbean Currency ... ... 74,297,311.00
Demonetized Government Notes.. ... 1.011.168.00
$75,308,479.00


3,806,800.00


$3,806,800.00


British Caribbean Notes & Coins in
circulation on 1st December, 1959:


Trinidad and Tobago...
Barbados
British Guiana
Grenada ...
St. Vincent ...
St. Lucia ...
Dominica
Antigua ...
St. Kitts ...
Montserrat
"Proof Sets" of Coins


... 37,489,274.00
7,437,225.00
21,437,908.50
.. 4,046,100.00
754,400.00
882,000.00
... 2,039,400.00
3,114,300.00
... 1,533,600.00
... 237,400.00


Total British Caribbean circulation
on 1st December, 1959

Demonetized Govt. notes outstanding
on 1st December, 1959:
Trinidad and Tobago ... ... 696,320.00
British Guiana ... ... 244,670.50
Barbados ... ... 66,494.00

Total Government notes outstanding
Total circulation on 1st December, 1959:


$78,971,607.50


1,737,421.00
561,325.00
830,185.00
184,700.00
103,750.00
133,200.00
109,750.00
125,600.00
123,925.00
24,150.00
1,870.00


$3,935,876.00


$ 1.007,484.50
$79,979,092.00 $3,935,876.00


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.


Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad, W.I.,


December 31, 1959


OFFICIAL GAZETTE










OFICALGAETEDeemer31 15


RETURN OF RAINFALL AT CENTRAL AND DISTRICT POLICE STATIONS

FOR THE WEEK ENDED 6TH DECEMBER, 1959


> hi
STATION 0
p z


Central Station .16 .26 .42
District "A" Station .27 .42 .69
B" Station .24 .91 .05 .02 .03 .05 1.30
S "C" Station .57 .26 .06 .02 .91
Four Roads Station .50 .24 .12 .05 .40 .01 1.32
District "D" Station .58 .15 .04 .37 1.14
"E" Station .85 .06 .03 .03 .05 .03 1.05
Crab Hill Station 1.06 .11 .05 1.22
District "F" Station .58 .20 .04 .19 .02 1.03
Belleplaine Station .91 .05 .26 .06 .14 .03 1.45
Holetown Station .31 .36 .05 .20 .04 .96

AVERAGE .55 .25 .05 .03 .02 .13 .01 1.04


Police Headquarters,
Bridgetown,
Dated 10th December, 1959.


W. A. FARMER,
for Commissioner of Police.


Government Printing Office


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


December 31, 1959





Subsidiary Legislation Supplement No. 78
Supplement to Official Gazette No. 105 dated 31st December, 1959
L.N. 236

CORRECTION

REGULATIONS MADE UNDER SECTION 32 OF THE
FACTORIES ACT, 1956

A printing error has been made in paragraph
(g) of Regulation 11 of the Factories Regulations,
1958, as published in the Subsidiary Legislation
Supplement No. 50 to the Extraordinary Official
Gazette dated 1st September, 1959.
2. The second line of the definition of "competent
person" in that paragraph should be read as if the
word "by" were inserted after the word "such".

K. A. HALL
Acting Clerk, Executive Committee.
21st December, 1959.
(M.P. No. 1056/S2 Vol. II)






LEGISLATION


L.N. 237
The Pioneer Industries Act, 1958

THE PIONEER INDUSTRY (HATCHERY) (REVOCA-
TION) ORDER, 1959

The Governor-in-Executive Committee in exer-
cise of the powers conferred on him by section eleven
of the Pioneer Industries Act, 1958 hereby makes the
following Order -
1. This Order may be cited as the Pioneer Indus-
try (Hatchery) (Revocation) Order, 1959.
2. The Pioneer Industry (Hatchery) Order, 1959
is hereby revoked.
Made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee
this twenty-first day of December, one thousand nine
hundred and fifty-nine.


By Command,
K. A. HALL
Acting Clerk, Executive Committee.


SUBSIDIARY






LEGISLATION


L.N. 238

Pioneer Industries 4ct, 195"

NOTICE UNDER SECTIONS 3 AND 6

The Governor-in-Executive Committee, pur-
suant to Sections 3 and 6 of the Pioneer Industries
Act, 1958, hereby gives notice that he has under con.
sideration the making of an Order to amend the Pion
eer Industry breweryy) Order, 1959; so as to provide
that the following by products of the brewery industry
to wit -

(a) alcoholic or non alcoholic malt liquors or
malt beverages other than beer, ale, stout or
porter;
(b) brewers grains;
(c) dried yeast; and

(d) CO2 gas

shall be pioneer products of the brewery industry.

2. Any person who objects to the amendment
proposed to be made to the Pioneer Industry (Brewery)
Order, 1959, is hereby invited to forward to the Clerk
of the Executive Committee on or before the 23rd day
of January, 1960, a statement in writing setting forth
the grounds of his objection.

Given by the Governor- in- Executive Committee
this twenty-second day of December, one thousand,
nine hundred and fifty-nine.

By Command,
K. A. HALL
Acting Clerk, Executive Committee.


SUBSIDIARY







SUBSIDIARY


LEGISLATION


L.N. 239
Pioneer Industries Act, 1958

NOTICE UNDER SECTIONS 3 AND 6

The Governor in-Executive Committee, pur-
suant to sections 3 and 6 of the Pioneer Industries
Act, 1958, hereby .ives notice that he has under
consideration the making of an Order to declare the
impregnation of lumber under pressure with preserve
tive chemicals and salts to be a pioneer industry and
lumber impregnated under pressure with preservative
chemicals and salts to be a pioneer product.

Any person who objects to the above-mention-
ed industry from being declared to be a pioneer indus-
try or to the above-mentioned product from being de-
clared to be a pioneer product is hereby invited to for-
ward to the Clerk of the Executive Committee on or
before the 23rd day of January, 1960, a statement in
writing setting forth the grounds of his objection.
Given by the Governor-in-Executive Committee
this twenty-second day of December, one thousand
nine hundred and fifty-nine.

By Command,
K A. HALL
Acting Clerk, Executive Committee.








SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION


L.N. 240

The Exports and Imports (Restriction) Act, 1939.

THE EXPORTS AND IMPORTS (GENERAL OPEN
IMPORT LICENCE)(NO. 2) ORDER, 1959.


The Governor in exercise of the powers con-
ferred on him by section 3(2) of the Exports and Im-
ports (Restriction) Act, 1939, hereby makes the
following Order:-

1. This Order may be cited as the Exports and
Imports (General Open Import Licence) (No. 2) Order,
1959.
2. Any person may import from any country other
than the countries listed in the First Schedule to this
Order, any goods other than the types of goods set
out in the Second Schedule to this Order.
3. The Exports and Imports (General Open Im-
port Licence) Order, 1959, is hereby revoked without
prejudice to anything previously done thereunder.
4. This Order shall come into operation on the
first day of January, 1960.
Made by the Governor this twenty-third day
of December, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-
nine.

By His Excellency's Command,
D. A. WILES
Acting Chief Secretary.


'SUBSIDIARY


LEGISLATION







772 SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION


FIRST SCHEDULE

Albania
Bulgaria
China
Czechoslovakia
Eastern Germany
Hungary
Japan
North Korea
Poland
Roumania
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics


SECOND SCHEDULE

Wholly and semi-manufactured gold
Rice, whole or broken, and all edible rice products, in-
cluding Rice starch and flour
Fats and Oils (edible and non-edible, including shortening
and margarines but excluding castor beans and castor
oil, sperm oil, tung oil, oiticia oil and oil-bearing seeds)
and soap
Soapless detergents
Coconut meal
Cotton Seed meal
Fresh and frozen fish
Eggs in shell
Macaroni, spaghetti, vermicelli and other alimentary pastes
(excluding canned products)
Poultry, killed or dressed
prepared poultry feeds
Bolts, hand-bags, satchels and containers of all descrip-
tions made of plastic materials.







SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION


L.N. 241

The Markets and Slaughterhouses Act, 1958
THE MARKETS AND SLAUGHTERHOUSES (AMEND-
MENT) REGULATIONS, 1959

The Governor-in-Executive Committee in exer-
cise of the powers conferred on him by section twenty-
five of the Markets and Slaughterhouses Act, 1958,
hereby makes the following regulations -
1. These regulations may be cited as the Markets
and Slaughterhouses (Amendment) Regulations, 1959.
2. Regulation two of the Markets and Slaughter-
houses Regulations 1958, which regulations are
hereinafter referred to as the principal regulations, is
hereby amended by adding immediately after the word
"such" at the end of the definition of the words
"stall", "stand" and "space" the following words -
"and "space" includes also any space in
any public market which the Superintendent
shall appoint as a space for the parking of
the vehicles of persons selling, offering or
exposing for sale as wholesale dealers
marketable commodities and other goods".
3. Regulation three of the principal regulations
is hereby amended as follows -

(a) by deleting from paragraph (2) thereof the
word "The" where it appears in line one
thereof and by substituting therefore the fol-
lowing words -


SUBSIDIARY


LEGISLATION







774 SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION


"Subject to the provisions of paragraph
(3) of this regulation, the";
(b) by inserting immediately after paragraph (2)
thereof the following new paragraph to be
numbered "(3)" -
"(3) Out of the charges specified in the
First Schedule to these regulations as the
charges payable for the slaughtering of
animals outside normal slaughtering hours
and during market close hours, the Superin-
tendent on receipt of the same shall pay
or cause to be paid to every officer, other
than himself, authorised to examine the
carcass and organs of any animal slaughter-
ed outside normal slaughtering hours and
during market close hours and to the cleaner
responsible for cleaning the premises of
any public slaughterhouse after any animal
is so slaughtered, the appropriate sum
specified in the First Schedule to these
regulations.";

(c) by renumbering paragraph (3) thereof as
paragraph "(4)".

4. Regulation forty-five of the principal regulations
and the head note thereto are hereby revoked and the
following new regulation to be numbered "45" and the
following new head note respectively substituted
therefore -
"PROHIBITED AREAS FOR THE PURPOSES
OF SECTION 22 OF THE ACT.


SUBSIDIARY


LEGISLATION


774







SUBSIDIARY


LEGISLATION


Sale of market-
able Commodi-
ties and other
goods prohibited
within specified
areas.


45. The areas within the limits set
out in the Second Schedule to these
regulations shall be the areas to which,
subject to the provisions of section
twenty-three of the Act, the provisions
of section twenty-two of the Act shall
apply.".


5. The principal regulations are hereby amended
by inserting immediately after regulation forty-five
thereof the following new regulation to be numbered
"45A" -


45.A (1) A permit authorizing the hol-
der thereof to sell, offer or expose for
sale any permitted marketable com-
modities or any permitted goods, wares
or merchandise in any part of a public
place, whether a pavement, sidewalk,
street, lane, alley, road or other public
place within the area defined in the
Second Schedule to these regulations
shall be in the form in the Third
Schedule to these Regulations.


(2) There shall be paid for every
permit mentioned in paragraph (1) of
this Regulation the fee as set out in
the First Schedule to these Regula-
tions.".

6. The First Schedule to the principal regulations
is hereby amended as follows -
(a) by deleting therefrom the words and figures


"Form of per-
mit author-
izing sales
within pro-
hibited areas.







776 SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION


"Regulation 25" and all the words and fig-
ures appearing opposite thereto and by sub-
stituting therefore the following -
"Regulation 3. Sums payable to Officers
and Cleaners.

The following sums shall be paid to
the following persons out of the
charges paid for the slaughtering of
animals outside of normal slaughter-
ing hours and during market close
hours -


Officer other Cleaner of
than the Sup- public
erintendent slaughter-
house
Out of each
$10 per head
for every bull,
cow or ox. $4.00 $1.00
Out of each
$8 per head
for every pig: $3.20 .80

Out of each
$7.00 per head
for every calf,
sheep or goat: $2.80 .70
Regulation 25. Rent of Market Stalls.
The following rates are payable in
respect of the tenancy of market stalls
in public markets -






LEGISLATION


Stalls:


















Stands and
spaces.

Vehicular
spaces for
use by
wholesale
dealers:


Where the stall is less than 80 square
feet in area such rent not less than
$5.00 nor more than $15.00 per month
as the Superintendent may fix in re-
spect of each stall. Where the stall
is 80 square feet in area or over but
less than 200 square feet in area such
rent not less than $15.00 nor more
than $30.00 per month as the Superin-
tendent may fix in respect of each
stall. Where the stall is 200 square
feet in area or over such rent not less
than $30.00 nor more than $60.00 per
month as the Superintendent may fix
in respect of each stall.

$1.50 per month or 10 cents per day
or any part of a day.


Animal and hand
drawn vehicles:


Motor vehicles
under 1 ton in
weight.
Motor vehicles
of 1- 3 tons in
weight:


Motor vehicles
over 3 tons in
weight:


10 cents per day
or any part of a
day.

15 cents per day
or any part of a
day.
25 cents per day
or any part of a
day.


50 cents per day
or any part of a
A.> It.


SUBSIDIARY






LEGISLATION


(b) by inserting immediately after the item ap-
pearing in reference to the words and figures
"Regulation 31" the following new item -
"Regulation 45A. Permit Fee.
The fee payable on the
issue of a permit shall be
25 cents";

(c) by deleting from the words appearing therein
opposite to the words and figures "Regulation
59" the words "and the slaughter during
market hours" and by substituting therefore
the words -
"during market hours and the slaughter
during normal slaughtering hours". "
7. The Second Schedule to the principal regula-
lations is hereby amended by adding immediately after
paragraph (c) thereof the following new paragraph to
be numbered "(d)" -
"(d) All that area in the vicinity of the Public
Market situate at Cheapside, Bridgetown,
which lies within the following boundaries -
From and inclusive of the junction of
Roebuck Street and Country Road, thence
along and including Country Road and Pas-
sage Road to the junction of Passage Road
and Baxters Road, thence along and including
Baxters Road to its junction with Mason Hall
Street, thence along and including Mason Hall
Street to its junction with St. Mary's Row,
thence along and including St. Mary's Row and


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Lakes Folly to the junction of Lakes Folly
and Fontabelle Road, thence in a northerly
direction along and including Fontabelle Road
and Lands End Road, thence along the sea
coast in a south easterly direction to the Pier
Head, thence along the southern side of the
Careenage to the Chamberlain Bridge, thence
along the western boundary of the area de-
fined in paragraph (a) of this Schedule to the
junction of Roebuck Street and Country Road."

8. The Third Schedule to the principal regulations
is hereby amended by inserting immediately before the
form of "Fish Seller's Licence" and the words and
figures "Regulation 47" the following new form -

"Regulation 45A.
Permit to sell within Prohibited Areas

Permit No.

This Permit authorizes ......................
........... ... ......... of........................
to sell, offer or expose for sale the per-
mitted marketable commodities and/or
the permitted goods, wares and merchan-
dise listed below at that part of
......................................... numbered
............................................... upon
the following terms and conditions -

1. The holder of this permit shall not
sell, offer or expose for sale at the
place to which this permit applies
any permitted marketable commodi-
ties or any permitted goods, wares
merchandise before the hour of
.............................. in the fore-
noon or after the hour of................
in the afternoon.


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2. The holder of this permit shall sell,
offer,or expose for sale at the place
to which this permit applies only the
permitted marketable commodities
and/or permitted goods, wares and
merchandise listed below.

3. The holder of this permit shall pro-
duce the same to any police consta-
ble, parish constable, the Superin-
tendent of Markets or any officer
duly authorized by the Superinten-
dent of Markets when required so to
do.

4. The holder of this permit shall
promptly obey any lawful instruction
given to him/her by any uniformed
member of the police force.
5. The holder of this permit shall at all
times seek so to conduct his/her
business as to prevent the same
causing any obstruction to traffic
vehicular or otherwise.

6. The holder of this permit shall not
erect or cause to be erected any
structure at the place to which this
permit applies.

This permit shall be valid from
the .................................. day of
19 ....... and shall expire on the
........................................ day of
19..........






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The permitted marketable com-
modities and/or the permitted goods,
wares and merchandise to which this
permit applies are the following -
Superintendent of Markets.".
Made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee
this twenty-second day of December, one thousand
nine hundred and fifty-nine.



By Command,
K. A. BALL
Acting Clerk, Executive Committee.







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L. N. 242

POWER OF DISALL9WANCE

His Excellency the Governor has been notified
that the Power of Disallowance will not be exercised
in respect of the undermentioned Acts:-


NO YEAR SHORT TITLE


56 1957 The St. Stephen's Chapel (Vicar's Res-
idence) Act, 1957.

57 1957 The Vestries (Amendment) No. 1 Act,
1957.

58 1957 The Vestries (Amendment) No. 2 Act,
1957.
10 1958 The St George Glebe Act, 1958
13 1959 The House of Assembly (Remuneration
of Members) (Amendment) Act, 1959.

16 1959 The Peasants Loan Bank (Amendment)
Act, 1959

27 1959 The Post Office (Amendment) Act, 1959






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L. N. 243
The Public Health Act, 1954

THE PUBLIC HEALTH (IMPORTATION AND EX-
PORTATION OF HUMAN REMAINS)
REGULATIONS, 1959


The Director of Medical Services in exercise
of the powers conferred on him by section 101 of the
Public Pealth Act, 1954, hereby makes the following
Regulations:-

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Pub-
lic Iealth (Importation and Fxportation of Human
Remains) Regulations, 1959.

2. It shall not be lawful for any one to import or
export the remains of a deceased person unless they
are -

(a) cremated; or

(b) embalmed and placed in a hermetically
sealed metal coffin encased in a wooden
coffin or box to the satisfaction of the Di-
rector of Medical Services or any Medical
Officer appointed by him for the purpose.

3. Anyone desiring to import or export the remains
of a deceased person shall furnish the Director of
Medical Services or any Medical Officer appointed by
him for the purpose with -


Short title


Importation
and exporta-
tion of remains


Conditions
relating to
the importa-
tion or exporta-
tion of remains






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(a) a death certificate in respect of the deceased
issued by the Registrar or any other com-
petent Government Official of the place
where the death occurred;

(b) a certificate that the deceased was not
suffering from any disease which would
have rendered him liable to isolation in
accordnpr ith the provisions of the
Quarantine Act, 1947. Such certificate shall
-::ite the immediate cause of the death of
the deceased and shall be signed by a
medical practioner registered as such under
the laws of the country where the death
occurred;

(c) an official authorisation to remove the
rr inn ;

(d) in the case of importation of a corpse, a
certificate from the Public health authority
of the country from which the corpse has
been exported that the said corpse has been
embalmed and placed in a hermetically
sealed metal coffin and encased in a strong
wooden coffin or box and that there is no
danger to public health from the shipment of
the corpse.

Special con- 4. Before the remains of a deceased person are
editions relat- allowed to leave the Island, the Director of Medical
ing to the Services or any Medical Officer appointed by hirr for
exportation of
remains, the purpose shall view them and inspect the arrange-
ments for sealing the coffin. Such remains shall be
placed in a hermetically sealed metal coffin and en-
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Provided that nothing contained in this regu-
lation shall be deemed to apply to the ashes of a
cremated corpse.
5. If the Director of Medical Services or any Medi- Issue of
cal Officer appointed by him for the purpose is satis- "for shie
fied that the requirements of these Regulations are ment of re-
satisfied he may issue a certificate to that effect mains.
giving permission for the shipment of such remains
and declaring that arrangements have been taken to
preclude any danger to health.
6. Nothing contained in these Regulations shall
prevent the landing of a corpse for burial under Regu-
lation 3 of the General Regulations by the Board of
Health, gazetted on the 7th day of October, 1895.

7. The Public Health (Importation and Exporta- Revoca-
tion of Human Remains) Regulations, 1958, made by tion.
the General Board of Health on the 18th day of June,
1958, sanctioned by the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee on the 29th day of July, 1958 and published in
the Official Gazette of the 18th day of May, 1959 are
hereby revoked.

Made by the Director of Medical Services
this 27th day of November, one thousand nine hundred
and fifty-nine.

M. A. BYER
Director of Medical Services.

Approved and sanctioned by the Governor-in-
Executive Committee this twenty-second day of
December, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-nine.

By Command,
K. A. HALL
Acting Clerk, Executive Committee.




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