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VOL. CIII


*#ffi #aI


PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS, 4TH JULY, 1968
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Gazette Notices
Acting Appointment: I. DeV. Archer, LL.M. to act
as Senior Crown Counsel ............................. 549
Appointments to the Old Age Pension Claims Committee 556
Appointments: Miss M. P.Lowe and Mrs. O. G. M.
Taylor appointed as Abstractors .................... 549
E. R. L. Roach as Clerical Officer................. 59
Vernon Deane as Clerical Officer.................. 549
St.Clair Best as Keeper, Markets.................... 549
Kenlyn Broome and C. K. Bryant as Postmen,
Christ Church and St. Lucy ..................... 549
Victor A. Greaves as Clerical Officer............. 549
In the Supreme Court: Edwards vs. Butler .............. 551
Goodridge vs. Lashley; Harris vs. Clarke........ 552
C. Holder vs. L. Holder; Hutson vs. Hinds ........551, 552
Martindale vs. Leacock; Power vs. Ward........... 550
Scantlebury vs. Hinds; Skinner vs. Brathwaite ..... 550, 553
Whittaker vs. Whitehall................................ 553
Patent: "Phenyl Alanine Derivatives and Process
for the Manufacture thereof" .......................... 555
Probate Advertisement dated 28th June, 1968.......... 554, 555
A Bill re Barbados Community College.
Legal Supplement
S.I. 1968 No. 81: Industrial Incentives (Approved Products)
Elastic Webbings, etc. Order, 1968.
S.I. 1968 No. 82: Export Industry (Electronic Measuring De-
vices and Components) Order, 1968.
S.I. 1968 No. 83: Declaration of Approved Enterprise (W'. 13.
Hutchinson & Co. Ltd. (Sanitary Towels)
(Amendment) Order, 1968
S.I. 1968 No. 84: Declaration of Approved Enterprise (Carib-
bean Cleansers Ltd.) etc. Order, 1968.


NOTICE NO. 515
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Acting Appointment
I. DeV. Archer, LL.M., Crown Counsel
to act as Senior Crown Counsel with effect
from 28th June, 1968.

S (M.P. 3654/11).
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Appointments

Miss M. P. Lowe and Mrs. 0. G. M.
Taylor, to be Abstractors, Accountant Gen-
eral's Department, with effect from 1st July,
1968.

(M.P. 3173/7).

E. R. L. Roach, Clerk/Typist to be
Clerical Officer, Inland Revenue Department,
with effect from 1st July, 1968.

Vernon D. Deane, Postal Assistant, to be
Clerical Officer, Housing Authority with ef-
fect from 1st July, 1968.

(M.P. 1310/39 Vol.XV).


St.Clair Best, Assistant Keeper, to be
Keeper, Markets, with effect from 7th March,
1968.

(M.P. 3640/5).

Kenlyn Broome, to be Postman, Christ
Church Post Office, with effectfrom 1st June,
1968.

C. K. Bryant, to be Postman, St. Lucy's
Post Office, with effect from 1st July, 1968.

(M.P. 1160 Vol.V.).


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NOTICE NO. 516

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

High Court


No. 296 of 1968

ORVILLE ARTHUR POWER: Plaintiff


CONRAD WARD:


Defendant


Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authenti-
cated on oath to me on or before the 5th day
of September 1968.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at First Avenue,
Grazettes, in the Parish of Saint Michael in
this Island containing by admeasurement
eleven perches or thereabouts abutting and
bounding on lands now or late of Otho Jones,
on lands now or late of one Mr. Green on
other lands now or late of the mortgagor
Conrad Ward and on the public road called
First Avenue formerly a right of way or how-
ever else the same may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $1,000.00

Dated this 24th day of June 1968.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court.



NOTICE NO. 517

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

High Court


No. 603 of 1967


LEIGHTON MARTINDALE:

IANTHE LEACOCK:


Plaintiff

Defendant


The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
26th day of July 1968 at 2 p.m. and if not then
sold it will be set up for sale on each suc-
ceeding Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.


PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at Arthur Seat in the
parish of Saint Thomas and Island aforesaid
containing by admeasurement one rood and
fifteen hundredths Perches or thereabouts
ABUTTING AND BOUNDING towards the
North on the Public Road towards the East on
lands now or late of Rosa Layne towards the
West on lands now or late of one Odle or how-
ever else the same may abut and bound.

UPSET PRICE: $2,000.00

Dated this 24th day of June 1968.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court.

NOTICE NO. 518
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE
High Court
No. 298 of 1968

LINCOLN HAMILTON SCANTLEBURY:
Plaintiff

MODESTINE CLARINE HINDS: Defendant

Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authenti-
cated on oath to me on or before the 5th day
of September 1968.

PROPERTY: ALL THATcertainpiece or
parcel of land situate at Crab Hill in the par-.
ish of Saint Lucy in this Island containing by
admeasurement Thirty-two Perches or there-
abouts Abutting and Bounding on lands of
N. Griffith on lands of Hawthorne Jordan on
lands of Charles Browne on lands of Prince
Albert Boyce and on a right of way Four feet
wide leading from the said parcel of land to
the Public Road or however else the same
may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $700.00

Dated this 24th day of June 1968.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court.


July 4, 1968


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NOTICE NO. 519
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE
High Court


No. 284 of 1968

CLOTELLE HOLDER:

LINTON HOLDER:


Plaintiff

Defendant


Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authenti-
cated on oath to me on or before the 5th day
of September 1968.

PROPERTY: FIRSTLY ALL THAT cer-
tain piece or parcel of land situate at Thomas

Gap in the parish of Saint Michael and Island
of Barbados containing by admeasurement
four thousand and ninety square feet or there-
abouts (inclusive of three hundred and seventy
square feet in the area of a road in common
fourteen feet wide hereinafter mentioned)
Abutting and bounding on lands of Linton
Holder and on the remainder of the said road
in common fourteen feet wide called Thomas
Gap or however else the same may abut and
bound. AND SECONDLY ALL THAT certain
piece or parcel of landalso situate at Thomas
Gap in the parish of Saint Michael and Island
of Barbados containing by admeasurement
six thousand two hundred and nine square feet
or thereabouts (inclusive of eight hundred and
twelve square feet in the area of a road in
common fourteen feet wide hereinafter men-
tioned) Abutting and Bounding on other lands
of Linton Holder on lands of I. Wilson and
on two sides on the remainder of the said
road in common fourteen feet wide called
Thomas Gap aforesaid or however else the
same may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTIES: $1,488.00
$2,158.80

Dated this 24th day of June 1968.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court.


NOTICE NO. 520

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE
High Court

No. 299 of 1968

LORTON EGBERT EDWARDS: Plaintiff


ENID GLADDINE BUTLER:


Defendant


Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authenti-
cated on oath to me on or before the 5th day
of September 1968.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at Paynes Bay in the
Parish of Saint James and Island aforesaid
containing by admeasurement thirteen thous-
and and fifty five square feet or thereabouts
abutting and bounding on lands of Rosalie
White on lands of the estate of H. Piggott
deceased on the Public Road and another Pub-
lic Road known as Chapel Gap or however else
the same may abut and bound AND ALSO ALL
THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate
at Fitts Village in the Parish of Saint James
and Island aforesaid containing by admeas-
urement twenty perches or thereabouts
abutting and bounding on lands now or late of
Anna Walrond on lands of the estate of
Benjamin Gaskin deceased on lands of the
Estate of George Lewis deceased on a road
formerly a road in common but now a Public
Road or however else the same may abut and
bound.


VALUE OF PROPERTIES: $4,000.00

$1,000.00


Dated this 24th day of June 1968.



C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court.


July 4, 1968


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NOTICE NO. 521

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

High Court

No. 276 of 1968

ERSKINE GRIEDER HUTSON et al:
Plaintiffs
DUDLEY DaCOSTA HINDS: Defendant

Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authenti-
cated on oath to me on or before the 5th day
of September 1968.

PROPERTY: ALL THATcertainpiece or
parcel of land situate at Nicholls Village in
the District of Seaview in the parish of Saint
James and Island of Barbados aforesaid con-
taining by admeasurement Two roods or
thereabouts abutting and bounding on lands
now or late of Endora Blackman, on lands
now or late of Lascelles Plantation, on lands
now or late of Christopher Hinds and on the
Public Road or however else the same may
abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $2,500.00

Dated this 24th day of June 1968.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court.


NOTICE NO. 522
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

High Court

No. 275 of 1968

GRETA PALMYRA GOODRIDGE: Plaintiff

RACHAEL NAOMI LASHLEY: Defendant

Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authenti-
cated on oath to me on or before the 5th day
of September 1968.


PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at Green Hill in the
Parish of Saint Michael and Island aforesaid
containing by admeasurement eleven thousand
seven hundred and fifty seven square feet or
thereabouts Abutting and Bounding on two
sides on lands of a place called "Malvern
Lodge" on lands now or late of Violet Lynch
and on the Public Road or however else the
same may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $4,000.00

Dated this 24th day of June 1968.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court.

NOTICE NO. 523

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE
High Court

No. 323 of 1967


ERIC HARCOURT HARRIS:


Plaintiff


McDONALD RICHARD CLARKE: Defendant

The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
26th day of July 1968 at 2 p.m. and if not then
sold it will be set up for sale on each suc-
ceeding Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: ALL THATcertainpiece or
parcel of land situate at Marchfield in the
parish of Saint Philip containing by admeas-
urement one acre one rood seven and three-
tenths Perches or thereabouts abutting and
bounding on lands of N. Cox on lands of James
N. Archer on a public road called Tram Road
and on another Public Road known as Highway
No. 5 or however else the same may abut and
bound.

UPSET PRICE: $8,000.00

Dated this 24th day of June 1968.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court.


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NOTICE NO. 524
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

High Court

No. 247 of 1968

ST.ALBAN O'BRIAN SKINNER: Plaintiff

CONSTANCE BRATHWAITE per Atty:
Defendant

Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authenti-
cated on oath to me on or before the 5th day
of September 1968.

PROPERTY: FIRSTLY ALL THAT cer-
tain piece or parcel of land situate near
Mangrove in the parish of Saint Philip in this
Island containing by admeasurement one acre
two roods eight and eight-tenths perches be
the same more or less Butting and bounding
on lands of Wilfred Brathwaite, on lands of
one Wiltshire, on other lands of Wiltshire and
W. Clarke deceased and on a Road in common
twelve feet wide leading to Headings New
Road or however else the same may butt and
bound SECONDLY ALL THAT certain piece
or parcel of land situate Near Mangrove in

the parish of Saint Philip in this Island con-
taining by admeasurement one acre be the
same more or less butting and bounding on
lands of Reynold Brathwaite, on lands of
Mangrove Plantation, on lands of J. Agard and
on the Public Road or however else the same
may abut and bound. THIRDLY ALL THAT
certain piece or parcel of land situate at
Near Mangrove in the parish of Saint Philip
in this Island containing by admeasurement
one acre be the same more or less butting
and bounding on lands of A. Payne and
P. Harding deceased, on lands of Mangrove
Plantation, on lands of Constance Brathwaite
and on the Public Road or however else the
same may abut and bound and FOURTHLY ALL
THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate
at Near Mangrove in the parish of Saint Philip
in this Island containing by admeasurement


two roods one and three-tenths perches be the
same more or less Butting and Bounding on
lands of one Fields on two sides, on lands of
Justina L. Brathwaite and on a road in
common twelve feet wide leading to Headings
New Road or however else the same may butt
and bound.
VALUE OF PROPERTIES: $2,600.00
$2,000.00
$2,000.00; $1,000.00

Dated this 24th day of June 1968.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court.


NOTICE NO. 525

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE
High Court


No. 285 of 1968


CHARLES CHRISTOPHER WHITTAKER:
Plaintiff


VIOLET WHITEHALL:


Defendant


Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authenti-
cated on oath to me on or before the 5th day
of September 1968.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at Spooners Hill in the
parish of Saint Michael and Island of Barba-
dos abovesaid containing by admeasurement
Four thousand two hundred square feet or
thereabouts Abutting and bounding on lands of
a place called Woodstock the property of
Dr. C. C. Clarke, on lands now or late of
W. A. Davis, on lands now or late of Charles
A. Moore and on the Public Road called or
known as Spooners Hill or however else the
same may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $3,000.00

Dated this 24th day of June 1968.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court.


July 4. 1968


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PROBATE ADVERTISEMENTS

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that applications have been made
for the following Grants of Probate and Administration namely



PROBATE of the Will dated the 17th day of April, 1964 of MAUDE WILLIAMS late of
Windsor Hotel, Hastings in the parish of Christ Church in this Island who died on
the 22nd day of April, 1968, by WINIFRED THERESA GODDARD and EDWARD
VICTOR GODDARD, the Executors named in the Will of the said deceased.

PROBATE of the Will dated the 22nd day of August, 1967 of JOHN RICHARD JORDAN late
of St. Ann's Court, Garrison in the parish of Saint Michael in this Island who died
on the 26th day of February, 1968, by HUGH RICHARD JORDAN and BARBARA
MARGOT JORDAN the Executors named in the Will of the said deceased.

PROBATE of the Will dated the 25th day of November, 1966 of IVAN GORDON PROVERBS
late of Navy Gardens in the parish of Christ Church in this Island who died on the
1st day of April, 1968, by BARCLAYS BANK D.C.O. one of the Executors named in
the Will of the said deceased.

PROBATE of the Will dated the 16th day of May, 1967 of JAMES GLADSTONE TOPPIN
late of Lower Black Rock in the parish of Saint Michael in this Island who died on
the 13th day of May,' 1968, by ELTON FREDERICK THOMPSON and WINIFIELD
BLUNT the Executors named in the Will of the said deceased.

PROBATE of the Will dated the 16th day of May, 1960 of ELVIRA LIVENA ASHBY also
known as ELVIRA ASHBY late of Montrose in the parish of Christ Church in this
Island who died on the 13th day of February, 1968, by DAISY LORRAINE ROBERTS,
the sole Executrix named in the Will of the said deceased.

PROBATE of the Will dated the 9th day of October, 1964 of FRANK MERVIN YOUNG, late
of 165 East 45th Street, Brooklyn, New York in the United States of America who
died in New York in the United States of America the 20th day of April, 1967, by
LUCILLE ERMINE YOUNG and KENNETH WHITFIELD KING, the Executors
named in the Will of the said deceased.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of MITCHELL TAITT late of Dr. Clarke's
Gap, Bank Hall in the parish of Saint Michael in this Island who died on or about the
29th day of December, 1967, by CARMEN TAITT, widow of the said deceased.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of ADRIANNA MARSHALL, late of 948
East, 221st Street, Bronx, N.Y. in the United States of America who died at New:
York in the United States of America on the 6th day of October, 1964 by STANLEY
CHASE the constituted Attorney on record in this Island of JOHN MARSHALL,
Junior, only son and heir-at-law of the said deceased.


July 4, 1968


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PROBATE ADVERTISEMENTS- Cont'd.


LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION CUM TESTAMENTO ANNEXO dated the 7th day of
October, 1964 of ELISE CARMEN FOSTER late of Clincketts in the parish of Saint
Lucy in this Island who died in this Island on the 4th day of December, 1964, by
KARL ESMOND FOSTER, the person authorised by a consent given in writing by
ELSIE ERCIL HINDS, the sole Executrix named in the Will of the said deceased.

UNLESS CAVEAT is lodged within fourteen days from the date of this Advertisement
with the Registrar of the Supreme Court through whom the abovenamed applications have
been made, Probate and Administration will be granted accordingly.

Dated this 28th day of June, 1968.


C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES Contd.

Appointment
Victor A. Greaves to be Clerical Officer,
Service Commissions Department, with effect
from 1st July, 1968.

(M.P. 1310/39 Vol.XV).




NOTICE NO. 472 (fourth publication)

PUBLIC NOTICE

Patents Act, 1903-7, Sec. 10

NOTICE is hereby given that
F. HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE & CO.
AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, a Swiss Company ,


chemical manufacturers of 124 184 Grenza-
cherstrasse, Basle, Switzerland, lodged in
this Office an application and complete
specification for a patent under the Patent
Act 1903 (1903-7), for an invention for
"PHENYL ALANINE DERIVATIVES AND
PROCESS FOR THE MANUFACTURE
THEREOF."



The said Specification with amendments
has been accepted and is open to public in-
spection at this Office. The proposed amend-
ments are by way of correction of errors
only.



C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar


July 4, 1968


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GOVERNMENT NOTICE



Appointments to the Old Age Pension Claims Committees


The Minister of Health and Community Development, in exercise of the
powers vested in him by section 10 of the Old Age Pension Act, 1937 (1937-13),
has appointed the following persons to be members of the Pension Claims
Committee for the respective parishes for the year 1968:-


St. Michael



Christ Church



St. Philip



St. John



St. Joseph


St. Andrew



St. Lucy



St. Peter



St. James



St. Thomas


St. George


Reverend E. C. M. Mural
Mr. John Daniel
Mrs. Vermaine Marshall

Senator F. C. H. Carew Chairman
Mr. E. R. Lord
Dr. J. A. Smith

... ... Mr. P. S. W. Scott Chairman
Miss May Clarke
Miss M. Lyte

... ... Mr. Ivan Weekes Chairman
Mrs. Eglantine Bennett
Mr. Beresford Gill
The Reverend G. H. Dickenson Chairman
Miss Edeline Coward
Mr. Ashton Blackman

The Reverend E. Gatherer Chairman
Mr. Elric Haynes
Mr. Theophilus Shorey

Mr. G. A. C. Roach Chairman
Mr. Chesterfield Yearwood
Mrs. Naomi Springer

Mr. T. S. Chandler Chairman
Mr. Leonard Cumberbatch
Mr. Edward Leacock

... ... Mr. Anthony G. Johnson Chairman
Mr. Gaston Robinson
Mr. Gordan Mose

... ... Mr. William T. Gooding -Chairman
Mr. Arnold Cave
Mr. Percy Edgar Ellis


.... ... Mr. L. C. Moore Chairman
Mr. H. D. Rowe
Mr. Walter Price.


(M.P. 36D12).


Government Printing Office.


July 4, 1968


OFFICIAL GAZETTE











OBJECTS AND REASONS

This Bill would make provision for the establish-
ment of the Barbados Community College in order to
provide a place of education offering instruction in
Agriculture, Commerce, Fine Arts, Liberal Arts,
Science, Technology and any other field of education
which the Minister of Education may from time to time
determine and for matters incidental thereto and con-
nected therewith. The College would be managed by a
Board the constitution of which is set out in the Sche-
dule wherein also are contained provisions relating
to the organisation and conduct of the College.










THE BARBADOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE ACT, 1968

Arrangement of Sections

1. Short title.

2. Interpretation.
3. Establishment of Community College. Aim.

4. Eligibility.

5. No religious political or racial test.

6. Establishment of Board. Schedule.

7. Incorporation.

8. Protection of the Board.

9. Funds and resources of the Board.

10. Accounts and audit.

11. Annual report; Statement of accounts and esti-
mates.

12. Minutes of Board receivable in evidence.

13. Minister may give directions.

14. Fees.

SCHEDULE.

































BARBADOS

A Bill intituled

An Act to provide for the establishment of an
educational institution to be known as the Barbados
Community College and for matters connected therewith
and incidental thereto.

BE IT ENACTED by the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty by and with the advice and consent of the
Senate and House of Assembly of Barbados and by the
authority of the same as follows -
1. This Act may be cited as the Barbados Com- Short title.
munity College Act, 1968.










Interpretation. 2. For the purposes of this Act -
"academic term" and "academic year" mean
respectively the periods prescribed as such
under paragraph 11(d) of the Schedule;

"the Board" means the Barbados Community
College Board of Management established
under section 6;

"the chairman" means the chairman of the
Board and "deputy chairman" shall be con-
strued accordingly;

"the College" means the Barbados Community
College established under section 3.
Establishment 3. (1) There shall be established an educational
of Community
College. institution to be called the Barbados Community
College.

Aim. (2) The aim of the College shall be to provide
a place of education offering instruction in all or any
of the following fields of education, that is to say -

(a) Agriculture;
(b) Commerce;

(c) Fine Arts;

(d) Liberal Arts;

(e) Science;
(f) Technology,
and in such other fields of education as the Minister
may from time to time determine.











4.(1) Men and women shall be eligible for appoint- Eligibility.
ment to any office of or employment under the Board.

(2) Any person shall be eligible for admission to
and as a student of the College who possesses such
qualifications as the Minister may by order prescribe.

5. No religious, political or racial test shall be No religious
imposed on or required of any person in order to enti- political or
tie him to be a student of the College or to occupy any
position in or on the staff of the College.

6.(1) There shall be established for the purposes Establishment
of the management of the College a body to be called of Board.
the Barbados Community College Board of Management.

(2) The provisions of the Schedule shall have Schedule.
effect as to the constitution, functions and procedure
of the Board and as to the organisation and staff of the
College and otherwise in relation thereto.

(3) The Minister may from time to time by order
amend the provisions of the Schedule.

(4) Any order made under subsection (3) shall
be subject to negative resolution.

7. (1) The Board shall be a body corporate and the Incorporation.
provisions of section 21 of the Interpretation Act, 1966 19se6-0.
shall apply thereto.

(2) The seal of the Board shall be kept in the
custody of the chai-iran or deputy chairman and may be
affixed to instruments pursuant to a resolution of the
Board and in the presence of the chairman or deputy
chairman.











(3) The seal of the Board shall be authenti-
cated by the signature of the chairman or deputy chair-
man.

(4) All documents, other than those required
by law to be under seal, made by and all decisions
of the Board may be signified under the hand of the
chairman or deputy chairman or any member of the
Board authorised to act in .that behalf.

Protection of 8. No act done or proceedings taken under this
the Board. Act or the Schedule shall be questioned on the ground
of any omission, defect or irregularity not affecting
the merits of the case.

Funds and 9. The funds and resources of the Board shall
resources of consist of -
the Board.
(a) such sums as may be voted for the pur-
poses of the College by Parliament;

(b) all other sums or property which may in
any manner become payable to or vested
in the Board in respect of any matter in-
cidental to its functions.

Accounts 10. (1) The Board shall keep accounts of its trans-
and audit, actions to the satisfaction of the Minister and such
accounts shall be audited annually by the Auditor
General.

(2) The members, officers and servants of the
Board shall grant to the Auditor General or to any
public officer on the staff of the Auditor General's
Department access to all books, documents, monies
and property of the Board and shall give him or such










officer on request all such information as may be
within their knowledge in relation to the operation
of the Board.

11. (1) The Board shall submit to the Minister Annual report;
Statement of
(a) within three months after the end of accounts and
estimates.
each academic year, or within such
further time as the Minister may allow,
a report on the activities of the Col-
lege during that academic year;

(b) on or before the 1st October in each
year, a statement of its accounts,
audited in accordance with the pro-
visions of section 10, for the financial
year ending in such year;
(c) on or before the 31st October in each
year, its estimates of revenue and ex-
penditure for the College in respect
of the next financial year for the ap-
proval of the Minister.

(2) Copies of the reports and statements to-
gether with the auditor's reports thereon mentioned
in subsection (1)(a) and (b) shall be laid on the tables
of the Senate and House of Assembly.

12. Minutes made of meetings of the Board shall, Minutes of
if duly signed by the chairman or deputy chairman, ceivable i
be receivable in evidence in all legal proceedings evidence.
without further proof and every meeting of the Board
in respect of which minutes have been so signed
shall be deemed to have been duly convened and
held and all members present threat to have been
duly qualified to act.










Minister may 13. The Minister may, after consultation with
give directions.
give directions the Board, give to the Board -

(a) directions of a general character as to
the policy to be followed in the exercise
and performance of its functions in mat-
ters appearing to him to concern the pub-
lic interest;
(b) directions for the remedying of any seri-
ous defect or failure in the successful
performance of its functions;

and the Board shall give effect to such directions.
Fees. 14. The Board may, with the prior approval of the
Minister, fix, demand and receive fees in respect of
tuition, examinations and any other services provided
by the College.

Read three times and passed the House of Assem-
bly this day of qne thou-
sand nine hundred and sixty-eight.



Speaker.

Read three times and passed the Senate the
day of one thousand
nine hundred and sixty-eight.


President.











SCHEDULE

Section 6

PROVISIONS HAVING EFFECT AS TO THE CONSTITU-
TION, FUNCTIONS AND PROCEDURE OF THE
BARBADOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD
OF MANAGEMENT AND AS TO
THE COLLEGE

1. The Board shall consist of a chairman, a deputy Constitution
chairman and not less than three or more than seven other of the Board.
members to be appointed by the Minister.

2. The Minister may appoint any person to act ter- Temporary
porarily in the place of any member of the Board in the membership.
case of the absence or inability to act of such member.

3. (1) A member of the Board shall hold office for three Duration and
years, but shall be eligible for r e-appointment. termination of
membership.
(2) The Minister may, if he thinks it expedient, re-
voke the appointment of any member of the Board.

(3) The chairman may at any time resign his office
by instrument in writing addressed to the Minister and
such resignation shall take effect as from the date of the re-
ceipt of such instrument by the Minister.

(4) A member of the Board, other than the chairman,
may at any time resign his office by instrument in writing
addressed to the Minister and transmitted through the
chairman and from the date of the receipt by the Minister
of such instrument such member shall cease to be a mem-
ber of the Board.

4. No member of the Board may be appointed to any A member not
to hold employ-
office or employment under the Board. ment under the
Board.








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Meetings. 5. (1) The Board shall meet at least once in every
academic term and at such other times as may be necessary
or expedient for the transaction of its business and such
meetings shall be held at such places and times and on
such days as the Board may determine.

(2) The chairman may at any time summon a meeting
of the Board and shall summon a meeting within seven
days -

(a) of a request for that purpose addressed to
him by any three members of the Board;
or

(b) of a direction to that effect addressed to
him by the Minister.

(3) The chairman, or in his absence the deputy
chairman, shall preside at a meeting of the Board.

(4) At any meeting of the Board, in case of the ab-
sence or inability to act of both the chairman and the
deputy chairman, the members of the Board present shall
elect one of their number to preside at that meeting.

(5) The decisions of the Board shall be by a ma-
jority of votes and, in addition to an original vote, in any
case in which the voting is equal the chairman, or in his
absence the deputy chairman, or other member presiding
at that meeting shall have a casting vote.

Quorum. 6. At any meeting of the Board a quorum shall be the
minimum number constituting a majority of the total mem-
bers of the Board.

Minutes. 7.(1) Minutes in proper form of each meeting of the
Board shall be kept by such person as the Board may ap-













point for the purpose and shall be confirmed by the chair-
man or deputy chairman, as the case may be, as soon as
practicable thereafter at a subsequent meeting.

(2) A copy of the minutes of every meeting of the
Board shall be submitted to the Minister within fourteen
days thereafter.

8. The Minister may be represented at any meeting Minister to be
represented
of the Board by any person authorised by him in that behalf at meetn
at meetings.
and that person may take part in the proceedings at that
meeting but shall not vote on any matter.

9. Without prejudice to any other functions conferred Functions of
or imposed on the Board under this Act, the functions of the oar
the Board shall be -

(a) to manage, conduct, and supervise the activi-
ties of the College;

(b) to have general supervision of the buildings,
premises and grounds of the College;

(c) to inquire into and adjudicate upon disciplinary
charges against students or members of the
staff of the College.

10. (1) The Board may delegate such of its functions Delegation
as it thinks expedient for the purpose of effectively trans- f Functions.
acting the day to day business of the Board to the chair-
man, the Principal or Committee appointed by the Board.

(2) Nothing contained in subsection (1) shall
authorise the Board to delegate to any person the exercise
of any power to make rules or to do any act involving
extra-ordinary expenditure.








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Rules. 11. The Board may, with the approval of the Minister,
make rules -

(a) governing the proceedings of the Board and
the manner and transaction of its business;

(b) prescribing the manner in which documents,
cheques and instruments of any description
shall be signed, executed or kept for the pur-
poses of its functions;

(c) prescribing for the due custody of moneys
forming part of the funds and resources of the
Board;

(d) prescribing the academic years and terms, and
the vacations and holidays to be recognized
for the purposes of the College;

(e) providing for the grant and conditions of leave
for the Principal and staff of the College;

(f) prescribing the subjects of instruction, the
relative prominence and value to be assigned
to each subject or group of subjects and the ex-
tra-curricular activities of the College;

(g) generally for the exercise of its functions
under this Act.

Staff of the 12. The staff of the College shall consist of a Prin-
College.
cipal and such number of Senior Tutors, Tutors and other

employees as the Board, subject to the approval of the
Minister, may from time to time determine.

Organisation of 13. The Board shall cause the College to be organised
the College.
in divisions corresponding as nearly as practicable with
the fields of education specified in section 3(2).








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14.(1) Principal of the College, in this Schedule re- Principal.
ferred to as the Principal, shall be appointed by the Board
with the prior approval of the Minister.

(2) The Principal shall be the academic and ad-
ministrative head of the College.

(3) The Principal may terminate his appointment
by giving one complete academic term's notice to the Board.

(4) The Principal shall not hold any other appoint-
ment or engage in any other occupation which in the opinion
of the Board is likely to interfere with the proper perform-
ance of his functions under this Schedule or is prejudicial
to the welfare of the College.

15. The Principal may, with the prior approval of the Dismissal of
Minister, be dismissed by the Board subject to the following Principal.
conditions -

(a) the Principal shall be given due notice that
his dismissal is under consideration together.
with a statement of the charges alleged against
him; and

(b) the Principal shall be given an opportunity to
defend himself against any such charges.

16. Without prejudice to any other functions conferred functions of
or imposed upon him under the provisions of this Schedule, Principal
the functions of the Principal shall be -

(a) to supervise the teaching, discipline, work and
conduct of the staff of the College;

(b) to supervise the discipline, work and conduct
of the students of the College;

(c) to control the choice of text-books and the
methods of teaching used in the College;












(d) to be responsible for the arrangement of the
classes and the fixing of the school hours of
the College;

(e) generally to be responsible for the internal
organisation and administration of the College.

Appointment of 17.(1) The Senior Tutors and Tutors (hereinafter refer-
teaching staff. red to as the teaching staff) shall be appointed by the Board.


(2) On first appointment a member of the teaching
staff shall be required to serve a probationary period of one
year unless the Board, with the prior approval of the Minis-
ter, dispenses with the requirement to serve a probationary
period.

(3) Where a member of the teaching staff is appointed
in the first instance for a probationary period, the Board at
the expiration thereof, may, on the recommendation of the
Principal, appoint him to a post on the permanent staff of
the College.

(4) The appointment to the permanent staff of the
College of any member of the teaching staff who was in
the first instance appointed for a probationary period,
shall be deemed to have taken effect from the date of his
appointment on probation.

(5) The appointment of a member of the teaching
staff who is serving the probationary period mentioned
in sub-paragraph (2) may be terminated by one month's
notice given by the Board to such member or by such mem-
ber to the Board.

(6) A notice given under sub-paragraph (5) shall be
transmitted through the Principal.

(7) A member of the teaching staff who is employed
by the Board on a whole time basis shall not hold any
other appointment or engage in any other occupation which,












in the opinion of the Board, may interfere with the proper
performance of his duties as such member of the teaching
staff or is prejudicial to the welfare of the College.


18.(1) A member of the teaching staff may be sus-
pended by the Principal for -

(a) gross neglect of duty; or

(b) misconduct calculated to injure the reputa-
tion of the College.

(2) The Principal shall forthwith upon any such sus-
pension report the same and the circumstances thereof in
writing to the chairman who shall within seven days of the
receipt by him of the Principal's report summon a meeting
of the Board to inquire into and adjudicate upon the matter.

19. Notwithstanding the provisions. of paragraph 18
the Board may dismiss any member of the teaching staff
appointed to a post on the permanent staff of the College,
subject to the following conditions:-

(a) such member shall be given due notice that
his dismissal is under consideration together
with a statement of the charges alleged
against him;

(b) such member shall be given an opportunity
to defend himself against any such charges.

20. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraphs 14(3)
and 17(5),where the Principal or any member of the teaching
staff is appointed and employed under a written contract of
service, the terms of such contract in relation to the termin-
ation thereof shall have effect in substitution for the pro-
visions of those paragrpahs.


Discipline.


Dismissal of a
member of the
teaching staff.


Termination in
respect of ap-
pointment under
Contract.








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Pensions etc. 21. The provisions of the Teachers (Secondary Schools)
1962-47. Pensions Act, 1962 shall apply in respect of the pensions,

gratuities or other allowances to be paid to the Principal
and members of the teaching staff in respect of service in
the College.


Other members
of the staff.


22. Members of the staff of the College other than
the Principal and the teaching staff shall be appointed by
the Board upon such terms and conditions as the Minister
may approve.








HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY


SECOND SESSION OF 1966-71


A BILL
intituled an Act to provide for the establish-
ment of an educational institution to be
known as the Barbados Community College
and for matters connected therewith and
incidental thereto.


Government Printing Office.


Notice of this Bill was given on 25th
June, 1968.






Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 39
Supplement to Official Gazette No. 54 dated 4th July, 1968.


S.I. 1968 No. 81
The Industrial Incentives Act, 1963
T'IE INDUSTRIAL INCENTIVES (APPROVED PRO-
DUCTS) (ELASTIC WEBBINGS, COTTON WEBBINGS,
BRAIDS AND WOVEN LABELS) ORDER, 1968
The Minister in exercise of the powers conferred
on him by section 3 of the Industrial Incentives Act,
1963, hereby makes the following Order:-
1. This Order may be cited as the Industrial
Incentives (Approved Products) (Elastic Webbings,
Cotton Webbings, Braids and Woven Labels) Order,
1968.
2. The following products of manufacture are
hereby declared to be approved products for the pur-
poses of the Industrial Incentives Act, 1963:-
Elastic Webbings, Cotton Webbings, Braids and
Woven Labels.
Made by the Minister this eighteenth day of June,
1968.

ERROL W. BARROW
Minister of Finance.


(M.P. 7018/66/144)







STATUTORY INSTRUMENT


S.I. 1968 No. 82
The Industrial Development (Export Industries)
Act, 1963
THE EXPORT INDUSTRY (ELECTRONIC MEASUR-
ING DEVICES AND COMPONENTS) ORDER, 1968
The Minister in exercise of the powers conferred
on him by section 3 of the Industrial Development
(Export Industries) Act, 1963, hereby makes the
following Order:-
1. This Order may be cited as the Export Industry
(Electronic Measuring Devices and Components) Or-
dr, 1968.
2. Electronic Measuring Devices and Components
are hereby declared to be approved export products
for the purposes of the Industrial Development (Ex-
port Industries) Act, 1963.
Made by the Minister this 18th day of June, 1968.

ERROL W. BARROW
Minister of Finance.
(M.P. 7018/46/8)






STATUTORY INSTRUMENT


S.I. 1968 No. 83
The Industrial Incentives Act, 1963
DECLARATION OF APPROVED ENTERPRISE
(W. B. HUTCHINSON & COMPANY LIMITED)
(SANITARY TOWELS) (AMENDMENT)
ORDER, 1968
The Minister in exercise of the powers conferred
on him by section 4 of the Industrial Incentives Act,
1963, hereby makes the following Order:-
1. This Order may be cited as the Declaration of
Approved Enterprise (W. B. Hutchinson & Company
Limited) (Sanitary Towels) (Amendment) Order, 1968.
2. Paragraph 3 of the Declaration of Approved
Enterprise (W.B. Hutchinson & Company Limited)(Sani-
tary towels) Order, 1965, is hereby amended by the
deletion of the words "17th January, 1966" and the
substitution therefore of the words "1st December,
1967."
Made by the Minister this 18th day of June, 1968.

ERROL W. BARROW
Minister of Finance.


(M.P. 7018/66/54)







4 STATUTORY INSTRUMENT


S.I. 1968 No. 84

The Industrial Incentives Act, 1963
DECLARATION OF APPROVED ENTERPRISE
(CARIBBEAN CLEANSERS LTD.) (HOUSE-
HOLD ABRASIVE CLEANSERS)
ORDER, 1968
The Minister in exercise of the powers conferred on
him by section 4 of the Industrial Incentives Act, 1963,
hereby makes the following Order:-
1. This Order may be cited as the Declaration of
Approved Enterprise (Caribbean Cleansers Ltd.)House-
hold Abrasive Cleansers) Order, 1968.
2. Caribbean Cleansers Ltd., a Company regis-
tered under the Companies Act, 1910, is hereby de-
clared to be an approved enterprise for the purposes of
the Industrial Incentives Act, 1963, in relation to a
factory situated at Charnocks, Christ Church, and to
the products of manufacture namely, Household Abra-
sive Cleansers which were declared to be approved
products by the Industrial Incentives (Approved Pro-
ducts) (Household Cleansers) Order, 1966.

3. The date on which production of the approved
products is deemed to begin at the factory aforesaid
for the purposes of the Act is hereby declared to be
1st March, 1968.
Made by the Minister this 18th day of June, 1968.

ERROL W. BARROW
Minister of Finance.


(M.P. 7018/66/131)




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