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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


Sabliihed b t AuthioritL.


VOL. 83.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER, 1950. [No. 61.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 573.
ANTIGUA RELIEF.
The following telegram received from
the Administrator of Antigua is publish-
ed for general information :-
"The people of Antigua are very
grateful, and appreciate the generous
and timely aid sent by people of
ST. VINCENT."
28th November, 1950.
(W. 51/1950).


No. 574.
SMUG GLIN G.

During the course of the various dis-
cussions which took place within recent.
weeks at meetings both of the unofficial
Committee appointed to consider ways
and means of raising additional revenue
and of the Finance Committee consider-
ing the Colony's Budget for 1951, atten-
tion was drawn to the widespread smug-
gling into the Colony of articles particu-
larly of liquor and cigarettes with the
consequent loss to revenue of possibly
thousands of dollars.
The smuggling of livestock and local
produce out of the mainland to the
Grenadines so as to evade export con-
trols in Kingstown has apparently also
grown to large proportions.


At this particular time when tHe *
Colony is experiencing great difficulty
to balance its budget, this state of affairs
can hardly be permitted to continue
without check. It has therefore been
decided by Government to adopt in the
future stronger measures for the sup-
pression of smuggling. Apart from the
normal safeguards which will be
strengthened, it is proposed to offer to
anyone giving information leading to
the discovery of uncustomed goods 10%
of the proceeds of sale of the contraband
after its confiscation. Such information
can be communicated confidentially in
writing or otherwise to the Superinten-
dent of Police or to -the Senior Castoms
Officer, and the anonymity of persons
giving such information will be fully
respected.
If such persons should by any chance
require the assistance and use of a Gov-
ernment launch and of Police and Cus-
toms Guards personnel to enable them
to follow up reasonably reliable clues
leading to smuggling activity on the
beaches and coasts away from the
Kingstown wharf-front and in the
Grenadines islets, they should apply
accordingly to either of the two Officers
mentioned above who would of course
have to be satisfied with the bona fides
of such applications before releasing the
launch and personnel.
Offenders against the laws relating to
smuggling of goods into and out of the
Colony, and those who hold uncustomed


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.348 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 61).


goods without having receipts establish-
ing the payment of import duty on these
goods, are hereby warned that measures
.against breaches of these laws will be
made much more effective than.they are
now.
W. F. COUTTS,
Administrator.
25th November, 1950.

No. 575.
SECONDMENT.

Mr. K. W. YIP CHOY, of the Inland
Revenue Bepartment, Trinidad, has
been seconded to the Income Tax Depart-
ment of St. Vincent for special duty
with effect from the 28th November,
1950, and until further notice.
28th November, 1950.
(C. 31/1950).


No. 576.


LEAVE NOTICE.


EXTENSION OF LEAVE.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 310 of 2Tth June, 1950, the Honour-
able V. D. ARCHER, Colonial Treasurer,
etc., four months' extension of vacation
leave with effect from 29th November,
1950.
28th November, 1950.
(P. F.7).

No. 577.
RESUMPTION.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 409 of 22nd August, 1950, Mrs. ENA
COMMA, Health Matron, Belair Health
Institute, after a further extension of
leave, resumed duty on 16th November,
1950.
28th November, 1950.
,(P. F. 277).
No. 578.
With reference to Government Notice
No. 309 of 27th June, 1950, Miss JEAN
WALL, Junior Clerk (Public Works
Department), with effect from 25th
November, 1950.
28th November, 1950.
.(P. F. 194).
No. 579.
BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY.

POST-CERTIFICATE NURSING SCHOL-
ARSHIPS FOR COLONIAL NURSES.

The British R.d. Cross Society are
offering a 350 Post-Certificate Scholar-
.ship to Colonial Nurses. This study;


period will be for one year, covering
the 1951/52 Session, starting in Septem-
ber, 1951, and the type of Course
undertaken and the selection of the
candidate will be the responsibility of
the British Red Cross Society, and the
National Florence Nightingale Memo-
rial Committee of Great Britain and
Northern Ireland, in consultation with
the Colonial Office.
The candidates should, if possible,
have obtained the School Certificate, or
have proved themselves to be of a suit-
able educational standard in their Nurs-
ing examinations and work.
No candidate can be accepted with-
out having had at least three years
experience following her Final N-ursing
Examination.
28th November, 1950.

No, 580.
It is notified for general information
that a booklet describing the stamps of
the Colonial Territories of the British
Empire, including St. Vincent Stamps,
may be obtained from His Majesty's
Stationery Office through the Crown
Agents for the Colonies on application
to Government Office and at a cost of 3/6
per booklet.
28th November, 1950.

No. 581.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

The Accounts of the Colony for the
period 1st January to 30th June, 1950,
are published with this issue of the
Gazette.
28th November, 1950.


No. 582.


LEGISLATION.


The' following document is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S. R. & 0. No. 97.-The Police
(Amendment) Regulations, 1950.
(M. 2/1949).
28th November, 1950.

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No. 562.
VACANT POST.

POST OF OVERSEER OF ROADS,
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,
ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited for appoint-
ment to the post of Overseer of Roads
attached to the Public Works Depart-
ment of Saint Vincent.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 61). 349
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-The salary of the post will be at $480
per annum, rising by annual, increments
of $48 to $720 per annum, with a travel-
ling allowance of $480 per annum.
A cost of living allowance at the rate
-of $109.20 per annum is also being paid.
Any application must be in the appli-
,cant's own handwriting, accompanied
by any credentials and testimonials he
may have and should be addressed to
the Assistant Superintendent of Roads,
Public Works Department, Kingstown,
St. Vincent. .
Applications must reach the above
:address not later than Saturday, 9th
December, 1950.
14th November, 1950.
(P. 5/1943 (A)).

By- Command,
. -
A. V. KING,
Acting Government Secretary.


.GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
28th November, 1950.


DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF
LAND.


WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 3
of the Land Acquisition Ordinance,
1946, (No. 22 of 1946), that if the Gov-
ernor in Council considers that any
land should be acquired for a public
-purpose, he may cause a declaration to
that effect to be made:
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the
LGovernor in Council that the under-
mentioned lands. should be acquired for
:a public purpose, that is to say, the
establishment of Water Supply Pipe
Line Routes for Kingstown and its
-environs:
NOW THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DE-
-CLARED by the Governor acting with
.and in accordance with the advice of the
Executive Council of the Colony of
Saint Vincent, that upon the Second
publication of this Declaration in the
Gazette, the undermentioned areas of
land owned by or in the possession of
the respective persons set out in the
Schedule hereto, all situate in the
.parish of St. George, shall be acquired
for the abovementioned purpose and
shall vest absolutely in the Crown.
i 1


AND IT IS HEREBY FURTHER DI'E
CLEARED' AND NOTI]~IED that the plan
showing the abovementioned traets .f.
land has been drawn and prepared by
Mr. G. L. E. Barker, Crown SuI-eyior
and may be. inspected at. all reasonable
hours at the Surveys Offlce in the towi
of Kingstown in the said Colony.

SCHEDULE.
?'"' ;-< (


Name
Heirs of Edward Clarke
Henry Little
Rose Soleyn
Julian Baynes
Mildred Shearman (Mrs.)
John M. Richards
Rudolph Antrobus
Marcus Woodley
Wilhelmina Nichols
Gwendoline Salandy
Estella Shalto
Wilhelmina Shearman
Sybil Gibson
Vincent DaSilva


Area
4,308
-2,256
1,236
4,742
2,91P
2,094
120
744
318
288
168
318
2,562
2,790


Dated at Kingstown this 24th day of
November, 1950.
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(P. 12/1943).


DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF
LAND.

WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of
the Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1946,
(No. 22 of 1946), that if the Governor in
Council considers that any land should
be acquired for a public purpose he may
cause a declaration to that effect to be
made:
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the
Governor in Council that the under-
mentioned lands should be acquired for
a public purpose, that is to say, the
establishment of a reserved area of land
adjacent to the erosion gulleys (common-
ly known as German Gutter") at Trou-
malka Village and its environs for anti-
erosion protection purposes :
NOw THEREFORE IT IS HEREBY DE-
CLARED by the Governor acting with and
in accordance with the advice of the
Executive Council of the Colony of Saint
Vincent, that upon the Second publica-
tion of this Declaration in the Gazette,
the undermentioned areas of land, owned
by or in the possession of the respective
persons set out in the Schedule hereto,
all situate in the parish of St. George,
shall be acquired for the abovementioned
purpose and shall vest absolutely in the
Crown :


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.50 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 61).
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AND IT IS HEREBY FURTHER DB-
OLARED AND NOTIFIED that the plan
showing the abovementioned tracts of
land has been drawn and prepared by
r. G. L. E. BARKER, Crown Surveyer.,
and may be inspected at all reasonable
hours at the Surveys Office in the town
of Kingstown in the said Colony.

SCHEDULE.


Name.
Rose Layne
Hagar Lewis
Imore Baynes
Huberb Providence
Gustina Providence
Alfred Bentinck
Daisy Bentinck
Irene Hamilton
Leonard Providence


Joseph Byam
Theophilus Harry
Faith Akers
James Alexander
Clairmonte Anthony
William Anthony


Area.
779 sq. 1
2200 ,,
981 ,
1575 ,,
1000,,
263 ,,
87 ,,
2178 ,
4356 ,,


Ac. Rd.
4. 1.
1. 0.
0. 3.
2, 1.
0. 2.
1. 0.


Pos.
10.
0.
3.7
1.4
39.
24.


Dated at Kingstown this 24th day of
November, 1950.

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acting Glerk of Executive Council.
(P. 3/1944).


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.


EDUCATION NOTICE.


RICHMOND HILL SCHOOL.


The new Richmond Hill School will
be opened for use in January, 1951.
The school is designed to accommodate
500 children, and is intended primarily
to relieve the congestion in the Denomi-
national Schools in Kingstown which
are overcrowded.
Parents and gnardiains of children
attending these schools are hereby in-
vited to send to (he Education Depart-
ment the names of any childre-n whom
they would like to attend the new school.


Such information must give the:-
Name of Parent or Guardian, Name of
child, age, school which child is at pre-
sent attending, Standard attained,-and
must reach the Department before 31st
December, 1950.
All envelopes are to be addressed to
the Education Officer, Education De-
partment, and to be marked on the out-
side-Richmond Hill School.

C. V. D. HADLEY,
Education Oficer (Acting).
11th November, 1950.
E. 9/1949)k



MATRICULATION EXAMINATION OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON-
JUNE 1951.

Candidates are reminded that the
Matriculation Examination of the Uni-
versity of London will be held for the-
last time in June, 1951.
Candidates intending to sit for the
Matriculation Examination in June,.
1951, must hand in to the Local Corres-
pondent, not later than the 25th Jan-
uary, 1951, their Birth Certificate, a list
of the subjects to be taken at the
examination, and a Treasury Receipt
showing the payment of the examina-
tion fee of $12.60.

S. C. CONNELL,
Local Correspondent.
KINGSTOWN,
15th November, 1950.


ANIMALS SENT TO CAMDEN PARK
EXPERIMENT STATION FOR
SERVICE.

It is notified for general information
that the Government Notice published
in the Official Gazette of 21st June,
1949, regarding maintenance charges.
for animals sent to Camden Park Ex-
periment Station is hereby revoked.
2. In future, no livestock of any des-
cription whatsoever sent for service, not
being the property, of the Government,.
will be permitted to be kept on the
Station after 4 p.m.

M. A. G. THANSCHELL,
Superintendent of Agriculture,
11th November, 1950.
(B. 2/1947).















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 61). 351


TREASURY NOTICES.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICES.

Notice is hereby given that the under-mentioned persons having become
defaulters under the Land and House Tax Ordinance" their prop.eltis having
been levied upon will be offered for Sale at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday the
16th December, 1950, at the Treasury for the recovery of Taxes die thereon.
BERNARD GIBBS,
Colonial Treasurer (Acting).


TREASURY,
ST. VINCENT,
21st November, 1950.
Names


Richards, Maria Est. of

Huggins, Robert
Simmons, Isaacs
Samuel, Wilmoth
Edwards, Lisle
Farrell, Alexander
Williams, Luther Hrs. of
Thomas, Elizabeth
France, Jane
Charles, Agatha
Springer, St.Clair
Jack, Alexander
Findlay, George A.
Lloyd, James
Kirby, Wilhelmenia
Francis, Walter
Campbell, James
Primus, Austin
Jacobs, Horatio
Dodds, Robertha
Jeffery, Uriah
Lubby, Dora
Porter, Augnsta
Fyffle. Adella
S:mnel, Jonathan
Trnmpet, Amos
Jordon, Joseph E.

Richards, Florence
Collins, Blanche
Reddock, Aubrey


Situation of Property Description of Property
DISTRICT III


... Maloney
DISTRICT IV
... Hermitage
... Grove
... Convent
... Lammies
... Spring
... do.
... Hermitage
... Rutland Vale
... do.
... do.
... Coull's Hill
... New Works
... Glebe
... Cocoa Village
... New Works
... Lammies
... Lammies
... Convent
S do.
Spring
... Cumberland
... Spring
... Mahautay
ermitage
... Grove
... Hermitage
DISTRICT V
... Tronm;nca
... do.
n Tuscaney


... 4 acs. 3 rds. 39 pis.


... 5 acs. 2 rds. 24 poles
... 4 acs. I rd. 33 pis.
3 acs. 3 rds. 39 pls.
2 acs. 0 rd. 12 pis.
... 5 acs. 0 rd. 12 pis.
... 1 House Spot
... ac.
... 1 ac. 3 rds. 24 poles.
... 1 ac.
... ac. 2 rds. 22 pls.
... 3 acs. 2 rds. 15 pis.
... 12 acs. 0 rd. 15 pis.
.. 1 House
1 House Spot
5 acs. 1 rd. 5 pls.
... 5 acs.
... 5 acs.
3 acs. 2 rds. 35 pls.
... 4 acs. 2 ,, 9 ,,
1 House Spot
1 House Spot
... 1 ac.
.2 acs.
1 ac.
... 4 acs. 0 rd. 7 pls.
.. 6 acs. 0 rd. 16 pls.


1 House Spot
1 House
8 acs. 1 rd. 32 pls.


Notice is hereby given that the under-mentioned persons having become
Defaulters under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance" their properties having
been levied upon will be offered for sale at 12 o'clock noon, on Saturday, 9th day of
December, 1950, at the Treasury for the recovery of taxes due thereon.
BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.
Treasury,
St. Vincent,
18th November, 1950.


Names
Cambridge, Arthur
Harry, Shedrack
Glasgow, George
Jack, Ethel
Farrell, Ormond
Maule, Carlton
McDonald Ephraim
Thomas, Conrad
Sheen, Julia
Yearwood, Livingston


DISTRICT I
Situation of Property
Victoria Village
Carters
Sion Hill
Victoria Village
Calder
Upper Stubbs
Calder
Calder
South Wood
do


Description of Prop.
1 House spot.
1 House.
1 House.
1 House spot.
3 acres 3 roods 21 poles.
1 House spot.
1 House.
1 House.
34 poles.
2 acres.














352 SALNT -VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 61).


SMALL TOWNS RATES".

'Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned Houses and Land appearing
in the Rate Roll of the Town of Calliaqua as in the ownership or occupation of the
persons named hereunder have been-levied upon by virtue of a Warrant Issued
under the Small Towns Regulation Ordinance, Cap. 211 and will be put up for sale
on 9th December, 1950, at 12 o'clock noon at the Treasury, Kingstown.

BERNARD GIBBS;
Acting Colonial Treasurer,


'Treasury,
St. Vincent,
18th November, 1950.


Names
Cupid, Clarissa
Hamlet, Catherine
James, Eliza
John, Henry
John, Harry
Nicholls, Ivy
McDowald, John
McDowald, William
Pierre, Charles Hrs. of


Town
Calliaqua
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
'do


Kind of. Property
1 House.
1 House.
1 House Spot.
1 House spot.
1 House.
1 House.
1 House spot.
1 House
1 House


UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCES ORDINANCE, 1948.

It is hereby notified for general information that the annual Licensing
Sessions will be held in the under-mentioned Parishes for the purpose of hear-
ing applications from applicants in their respective Parishes for the granting of
certificates in accordance with the Liquor Licences (Amendment) Ordinance,
1948, at the times and places hereunder.
Holders of certificates which were granted during the current year are here
reminded to apply for renewal of their certificates prior to the holding of the
Sessions fixed for December, 1950, stated below.


SCHEDULE.


Parish.


Place and Time of Session.


St. George & St. Andrew ... At the Court House, Kingstown
on Wednesday the 13th Decem-
ber, 1950, at 10 a.m.
Charlotte ... ... ... At the Court House, Georgetown,
on Friday the 15th December,
1950, at 11 a.m.
St. David .... ... ... At the Court House, Chateaubelair
on Tuesday the 5th December,
1950, at 11 a.m.
St. Patrick ... ... ... At the Court House, Barrouallie on
Tuesday the 12th .December,
1950, at 11 a m.
Grenadines (Bequia) ... ... At the Court House, at Port Eliza-
beth on Wednesday the 6th
December, 1950, at 11 a.m.


MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
24th November, 1950.


S. O. DASENT,
S Chairman,
Liquor Licensing Boards.
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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 61).- 353


PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.

Parish. Name f Applicanits Occupation Residence. itution o


Grenadines Stephen Derrick Shopkeeper Paget Farm, Paget Farm,
(Bequia) Bequia Bequia

St. George & Bertram Llewel- do. Sion Hill Sion Hill
St. Andrew '' lyn
Fitzroy Hinds do. do. do.
Ruby Paynter Proprietress Kingstown Kingstown
George. Sutton Shopkeeper Stubbs Vil- Stubbs Village
lage
William Padmore do. New Prods- New Prospect
pect
Alexandria Wil- do. Prospect Prospect
liams
George Findlay do. Carriere Vil- Carriere Vil-
Slages large
Irvin Shoy do. Kingstown Kingstown
(Lower Mid-
dle Street)
Amos L. Bacchus do. Mesopota- Mesopotamia
mia
Oneal Clasp do. Kingstown Bentinck square
Kingstown
Joseph A. Tyrrell do. Arnos Vale Aros Vale
John Prince Druggist Calliaqua Calliaqua

Charlotte Vincent Beach Shopkeeper South Rivers South Rivers
Charles Yearwood do. Georgetown Georgetown
Eileen Holme do. South:Rivers South River
Albert London do. Georgetowp Georgetown
Joseph Legair do. Biabou Biabou

St. David Doris Cottle (Mrs.) do. Troumaca Troumaca

Notice of invention, to oppose the grant of any licences stating in general
.terms the grounds of the opposition, must be served upon the Licensed dealer
and upon the Magistrate not less than seven days before the day fixed for the
holding of the Licensing Session in that District.
NOTICE.
UNDERTHE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948, (No. 11 OF 1948).

It is notified for general information that the Annual Licensing Session
will be held at the Court House, Clifton, Union Island, on Thursday, 7th
December, 1950, at 10 a.m. for the purpose of hearing applications for the
granting of certificates in accordance with the Liquor Licence Ordinance 1948
(No.-ll of 1948).
It is also notified that applications for renewal of old licences must reach
the Magistrate not less than TEN days before the day appointed for the sitting
of the Licensing Session.
Notice of intention to oppose the grant of any licences, stating in general
terms the grounds of the opposition, must be served upon the licensed dealer
and upon the Magistrate not less than seven days before the day fixed for the
holding of the Licensing Session.
PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.

Parish. Name of Applicant. Occupation. Residence. Situasest

Grenadines Woodl-y Cox Propriet r Ashton Ashton

*Grenadines Alfred Hutciin- Electrician Ashton Ashton
______________soil _


'M:agistrate's Office,
Union Island
7th November, 1950.


F. A. PHILLIPS.
IMagjisztra t, Distri it III.














354 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 61).



CUSTOMS NOTICE.

Under Section 27 Cap. 183 Customs Ord., the undermentioned goods will
be sold by public auction on Saturday 16th December, 1950, unless they. are duly,
'cleared or re-warehoused.

GOODS BONDED IN NUMBER 1 WAREHOUSE

Date Name of Ship Consignee Marks, Quantity, and
Warehoused Description of Goods


1947
February 5 Plato


April
June
August


J. H. Hazell Sons


13 Plato
17 Alcoa Cavalier
6 Plymouth Belle Corea & Co.


Baynes Bros.-2 c/s Cigar-
ettes
J.O.C. St. Lucia-1 ctn. Beer
E.E.S.-2 ctns. enamelware
1 c/s Sulph. Acid


8 Gardenia W.
14 Lady Angela


W. J. Abbott
D. H. Nichols


14 Gardenia W J. H. Hazell Sons
15 Can. Construc- Corea & Co. Ltd.


tor
30 Douro
13 Plato


23 Makena

21 Interpreter

3 Lady Nelson


6 Alcoa Patriot
18 Alcoa Pilgrln
2 Ino



2 My Own
20 Nero
9 Gardenia W
9 Ino
9 Gardenia W

23 Nero


J. H. Hazell Sons
)I


Corea & Co. Ltd.


J. H. Hazell Sons
$2


J. H. Hazell Sons
Weston Lewis

J. H. Hazell Sons


N.M.-1 pckge Mats
1 box Merchandise.


Hull-1 case labels
J.H.H.S. & Co.-1 c/s Xmas.
cards
J.T.S.--2 ctns Beer
F.J.T.
Dominica-1 ctn. Beer.
Barclays Bank for S. O. Jack-
-1 c/s Auto-Parts.
S.R.S.
27/948-1 c/s. Compressors
L.J.W.-6 C/s. Vinegar
3 c/s. Pickles
-3 c/s. Sauce
T.H.-1 ctn. Milk
B.B.-4 c/s. Sheet metalware.
L.J.W.-2 c/s Pickles
P.H.V.-1 c/s. Tinned Butter
P.M.C.
Grade 27 Lub.-4 c/s. Lub. Oil.
1 pcl. Fire Extinguishers.
U.T.L.-1 loose Dover Stove
N.M.-1 box Engine parts.
W.J.A.-3 c/s. Tinned Butter
1 Electric Motor
1 Electric Switch
F.J.D. 54-1 crte. Earthen-
ware.


GOODS BONDED IN NUMBER 2 WAREHOUSE

Date Name of Ship Consignee Marks, Quantity, and
Warehoused Description of Goods


28 Gloria Hen-
rietta


Competent
Authority


G. E. Barbados
N.M.-1 ctn. Chimney


1945
DEcember 1 Marcelle S.


1946
March


6 William Wint
12 Belqueen


September 21 Cyril E. Smith


Amelia Clyne


J. H. Hazell Sons
Competent
Authority
Order of Shippers


Add-1 c/s. Clothing


R:S.B.-1 Ctn. Canvas Shoes
J.H.H.S.-1 c/s Mineral Wa-
ters
E. Gibson 2 ctns. Toilet
Preparations


1948
November
December

1949
February
March

March
April

April

May

June


July
July
August



July
September
October


1944
October


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%A1NT VIN@E-NT, TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 61). 355


GOODS BONDED IN NUMBER 2 WAREHOUSE (Contd.)


Nama of Ship


Consignee


Marks, Quantity, and
Description of Goods


1947
January 15 Adviser


April
June


29 Lady Lecita
7 Benjamin A.
Fisher


J. H. Hazell Sons

Baynes Bros.
J. H. Hazell Sons


August 5 Alcoa Pioneer
September 5 Plymouth Belle Corea & Co.

20 Lady Nelson


October 1 Alcoa Cavalier
December 12 Mildred Wal-
lace


1948
February


April


25 Alcoa Polaris


J. H. Hazell Sons
Competent
Authority

John H. Hazell


17 Belqueen
3 Wanderer


September 7 Alcoa Planter
14 Baralt


17 At Last


November 10 Lady Joan


1949
March


Order of Shippers
Compt. Authority
Digby Hadley
Corea & Co.


20 Alcoa Pennant John H. Haz
23 At Last W. J. Abbott

7 Ino


June 1 Belqueen
August 11 Lady Rodney

31 Douro


August 31
September 9
20


June


Douro
Marcelle S
Explorer


18 Belqueen
11 Alcoa Polaris


Octob.or 18 Lady Rodney

MarVh 12 Royal Rio
February 9 A. Mitchell
Palmer
August 1li Flevo


O. D. Brisbai
Corea & Co.


Corea & Co.
G. Williams
John H. Haz

Order of Sh
John H. Haz

Corea & Co.

David A. Ki
John H. Haz

John H. Haz


ell
& Co.


S(10023)M 1 crte. Motor
Wheel
N.M.-5 bags Black Pepper
CMSC
B.B. 1963/1-1 c/s Mantle
Type Radio Sets.
H. A. Coombs-2 C/s Paint
R.S.B. 50 R6474-1 Ctn. Glass-
ware
Corea & Co.
N/M-1 c/s. Sherry
Corea 9-1 ctn. Repair-Kit
D.Q. (5) 19/20 2 bales
Oakum

Reliance Pharmacy for Rev.
F. Wain-1 c/s. Used cards
for Charity
R3775-1 drum Merchandise
J.T.S. 4818-1 c/s. Aluminium
Cutlery
J.H.H.-9 ctns. Glassware.
J.H.H.S. 815/16-2 c/s Mer-
chandise
Corea & Co.
831 N/M-1 only loose Pipe.
E.G. 1/13-13 Bales Hemp
Rope.
G-1 Box Labels
SBIAK-1 Box Boot Polish
1 Pckge. Copra Bags.
Corea & Co.-1 pckge. Sta-
tionery.
W.J.A.-5 ctns. Canvas shoes
Add-2 Pkgs. Auto Parts.


G.A.A.-50 ctns. Pilsner Beer
J.H.H.S.-2 C/s. Wine
ne Add-1 pkg. Printed Matter
U.T.L.-1 c/s. Sloans Lini-
ment
G.V. 8150403-1 c/s. Masons
Trowels
B212-151-1 c/s Aluminium
Caps.
G. Forde-1 c/s. C.C. Beef
Ltd. N/M-1 C/s. Tinned Butter
Add.-1 ctn. Merchandise
ell E.V.C.
2406--1 c/s. Iron Valves
ippers E. Gibson-1 Cask Bay Rum.
ell Baynes Bros.-1 c/s. Book
Matches
J.H.H.S.-1 c/s. Advertising
materials
ng Add.-1 Bag Sugar
ell R.S.B.
1/14-14 Ctns. Glassware
ell J.Mc. 321-1 bale Rayon
Piece Goods


N.B. The undermentioned packages will be sold c


Marks
N/M

Louisa Westcott
J. F. Dixon
N/M
J)


'I


n abovementioned date :
Description and contents


1 Parcel bolt and nuts
1 Carton Shoes
r Bath pan
2 Bath Pans
1 Basket Merchandise
1 Parcel Cloth
2 Trunks Merchandise
S1 Parcel clothing


Date
Warehoused


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356 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 61).


N.B. The underninitidied pa-kages will be sold on'abovementirined date :
Marks Description and contents


R6tiuel JOseph
Mary Mofford-
N/M

M. Andrew......Grenada
J. Bonadie'
M. Hunte......Bequia;
N/M
Ag nes Clarke
N. 'M
Mona Morrison
W. Henry....Grenada
Hamilton Jacques. .St. Lucia
Clement King c o D. King
N/M
W. D.'Hdirber't
O. D. Brisbane & Son
S. G. DeFreitas


Bata Shoe'Co.
N/M
Zillittei' Bynoe
C. 0. Hazell
N/M

G. Lobb5ah -


1 Grip
1 Box M/dse
1 Gear Lever
1 Agricultural Fork'
1 Box M/dse
1 Box Auto parts
1 Bbx M/'dse
1 Grip
1 Parcel M/dse
1 Old Stove
1' Package *Mdse'"
1 Carton M/dse
1 Basket M/dse"
1 Tin M/dse
1 Package Bottles-'
1 Package M/di
1 Packige M/dse
2 Packages auto parts
1 Bottle Run?
1 Old Radiator
1 Package Posters
1 Package (2 head"',liipil
1 Parcel M/dse
1 Package M/dse
1 Basket old shoes -
3 Washing boards
1 Box M/dse.

BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Collector of Customs.


H.M. Customs,
8h Ndvemiber, 19560


SAINT VINCENT:
IN THE SUPREME COURT
WINDWARD ISLANDS
LEEWARD ISLANDS
A.D. 1945
SUIT No. 6
Between
OSMOND RANDOLPH MITCHELL
acting herein by his
duly appointed Attorney
on Record CYRIL MCSMITI
MITCHELL
and
RALPH PETERS of Bequia D
NOTICE is hereby given
Saturday, the 16th day of 1
1950, between- the hours' of 1
noon and 3 p.m. there', \ill b
for sale at the Court Ifiise
town the undermentioned go
chattels the property of the above
plaintiff OSMOND McSMITH M
levied iupoi by virtue of a:writ
arid sale issued in the above sii
One house sides boar
shingled and the roof
with' shingles. -
Dated this 22nird day of'
1950.

ALVIN SEAL
Senior Ba


GO AERNMENT COTTON GINNERY
OF THE NOTICES.
OF THE
AND DEODORISED OIL.
i The Government Cotton dinnery from
August, 1950, has been producing and
S selling Deodorised Refined Coconut Oili'
the ordinary Refined Coconut Oil is no
Longer sold.
The attention of all consumers is
drawn to the fact that Deodorised Coco-
I nut Oil does not taste or smell of coconut
Plaint Any edible oil which tastes or smells
of coconut oil was not purchased-at the
defendantt Government Cotton Ginnery and is nat
that on Deorlorised Oil.
december, COTTON BONUS.
.2 o'clock
e put up Persons who disposed of their cotton
in Kings- on the co-operative system through the
)ods and Government Cottoif'Ginn'r 'during: tHd
re-named 1949/50 Crop. will be paid- a Bonus of
rITCHELL 30% on application at the Ginnei'y on or
of seizure after the 5th December, 1950.
it :- 2. Bonus payments will be made in
led and B1qtUia' fromi Thursday 7tki t Friday
covered 8th; Canouan from Monday 11th to-
Wednesday 18th; Union Island from
november, Thursday 14th to Saturday, 16th
December, 1950.
V. G. da SILVA,
IES, .anda'g, .&O. Ginnery.
ilif S0C. 24th November", 195d.
__ "** .*-^. _____d* f^


[ Price 12 cents. ]


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRN'IER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWrN, ST. VINCENT.






SAINT VINCENT.
Comparative Statement of Revenue for the period 1st January to 3 'ih June,-1950,


Heads of Revenue.


Estin ate
for the Actual Revenue Revenue for
year for the period of same period of Increase.
the return. preceding year.


1. Import Duty
Warehouse Rent
2. Export Duty
3, Excise Duty on Rum
Excise Duty on Sug o-
4. Other Duties
5.- Licences-Liquor
Motor Vehicles
Other
6. Taxes-
Income Tax
Land and House Tax
Other Taxes
7. Port and Harbour Dutes-
Tonnage
Port
Landing Dues, Aircraft
8. Fees of Court or Office
9. Post Office
10. Electricity Telephone and Refriger:ition
11. Rent of Goveinninent Property
-Interest
12. Sales and Leases of Crown Lands


J29,0D( 1

71 ,9i II
125,001



6,779!

188,001
30.00i(


$
245.264
1,695
-8,095
57,269
1,162
41,950
4,4 8
7,349
5,926

9,422
4,125
1,718


9,00(' 5,288
... 2,5 1,519
601 150
'. 1 12,404 -63,58(;
... 74,860 27.855
... 96,541;: 40,874
S 4,55j( 2,055
S 12.8121 7.010
7,75i. 2,961


1,329,132 '589,773
8.* Refunds of Loans from General Revenue ...1 8.790 7.2;8
1,337,922 597,042
13. Colonial Development and Welfare Sclheiiin .353.496 217,928
Total Revenue $ 1.691,418 811,970


c. $.
45 225,248
91 2,177
58 1: 0,871
941 5,.690
6!;
5,i 42.401
16 4,249
81 7,0()8
16 4,743

73 6,374
67 3,379
88 1,469


95
50
00
34
57 ;
57
77
41
75
68
53
69
22
14
li36


4,728
1,557
132
45,085
285,111
43,111
1.4(;1
5,299
4,813
808,421
9)34

095,019
903.974


c.
24
78
39
78
7'i

14
05
92
56

07
37
,7 7


11
60
00
21
94
62
06
87
45
03
(011
28
31
68
!q)


20,016



1,162

233

1, 182

3.048
74 ,
249


560

18
.185.0 L


59.1
1.710

:48,02 9
C.734
o54,7 64
122,908
177,672


$

481
2,778
1.420

453

159
..


84,- ...
S 38 10
00
13
... 257,256 37
. 2,2!6 85
35 ... 77
88
],851 77
75 ;266,677 25
4 1 .. ...
16 26;,677 25
^^ .C772


Comparative Statement of Expenditure for the period 1st January to 30th June, 1950.


Estimate Actual Expen- i Expnituc for
for the diture for the Expendituri forf In .
Heads of Expenditure, year period of s e period of Incrase. Decrease
1950. the return, preceding year.
S: $ 8 c. $ c. $
1. Governor ... $8,11 4,377 62
2. Legislature ... 5,86() 2,640 00
3. Administration 41,754 18,305 69
4. Agriculture ... 59,8 22,421 24
5. Audit. ,574 4,1(5 80
6. Central Housing Authority ... 6,000 3,000 00
6A. Central Road Authoriy ... 98,220 36,635 53
6B. Central Water Authority ... 13,220 269 10
7: Charitable ... 15,836 8,112 65
9) Education ,.. 162,760 72,620 07 .
10. Electricity .. 65,398, 45,825 24
11. ,Judicial ... 22,720 9,703 26
12. Labour ... 6,950 3,963 57
13. Lands and Survey 12,71 0 92e Estiates
14. Legal ,7; 3,012 -38 rend assiie in 1950. Im-tes
15. Medical ... 242,448 113.424 30 eclassiied in 1950 Im-
16. Miscellaneous ... 155,779 97,432 59 possible-togive full conm
17. Pensions ...I 38,630 17.35; 91 pa'tive fi|furesforindi,-
18. Police ... 81,584 29,293 76 vidlal 1e;ds.
19. Port and Marine ... 20,427 10,17. 72
20. Post Office ... 33,123 10,403 94
21. Prisons .... 35,069 20,987 44
22. Public Debt ... 59,358 38,027 28
23. Public Library ... 4,424 1,115 83
24. Public Works Department ... 46,638| 17.920 92
25. 'Public Works Recurrent ... 36,172: 27,370 29
27. Social Welfare ... 1,476 843 52
27A. St. Vincent Grenadines ...I 10,669 6,295 50 :
28. Subventions ... 14,679 12,096 10
29. Supply Control .... 12,932 6,192 92 9
30. Telephone ... 1.018 7,278 91
31. Treasury .. 57,655| 27,925 37 __
1.399,3471 684.724 37 647,945 28 36,778 09
!6. PublicWorks Extraordinary ... 49,020i 31-842 54 35,219 29 3,376 75
i,448.3(7i 716.566 T 683,164 57 36.778 (09 3,376 75
8. Colonial Developmentand Welfare Schemesi 353,496 140,880 94 114,664 52 26,216 42
Total Expenditure 0 $ .1 0863! 857,447'85 8 797,829 09 i 62,9i4 51- 3,376 75


TREASURY,
1.6th November, 1950,
S(F. 38/1947).


BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.


Decrease.


-9


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rm`~"lPIM~=L~P~`~"I~----i~~-- 1 111_


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Statement of the Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of Saint V.incent at 30th June, 1950.


$ c.


$5 .


A S S 1ETS.


DEPOSITS:
C.D. and Welfare Schemes Advances
Cotton Growers Association AccountI
Bain Gray Prize Fund
Graham Bequest Fund
Grenada. governmentt of
Hayward X-Ray Funit
Home F ltlul
NMIuss'eave Prize Fundr
Reserve Fund for Kingstown Board W;itei
Savings Ba.nk Account
Simmons Beauest li'nd
Sundry Deposits
St. Luoia, Government of


...... 58.422
...... 4,788
...... 71
..... 29.2102
...... 79,236
163
...... 3.067

Supply Lolll 193U 480
...... 528,608
718
110.47:;
... ... 9.186


COTTON FACTORY :
Cotton Factory Depreci.itioin Fund

TOWN FUNDS:
Barrouallie
Calliaqua .
'Georgetown ..
Kingstown .
Layon
Chateaubel air
SPECIAL ACCOUNTS :
Electric Light PlantD I .r i;.... Fund ...
Electricity Generating Unit .Loan. 939 ...
Hydro-Electric Scheme Loan Expi. .
Motor Launch Depreciation Fundt
Permanent Investmnent Eruptiion Fund .
Public Property Insurance Fund
Public Purposes Loan 1939. Windward Highliay Expe.
Refrigeration Plant Depreciation Fund ...
Reserve Fund for C.D.F. Loan for lHonsing Scheme
.Land Settlement Loan 1932
Lowmans-Biabou Watpr Supply Loan. 1934

SUI PIUS :
Colony's Reserve Fuond


(nwral Ievomu> f3almanc .rncowntl-
Balance at 1. 1. 50
Surplus and Deficit Account


... 5301.253
... 42.477


" 781) 74
1,9i0 02
...! 3.4i [ 3
...i 38.639 15
... 435 15
.. 475 00


*CAR I
In '1'reasurv Cliest

lBareiays !-,;ll, Currentt Acct ou;,
JBirciax Baltic. I). mitt Acwti:I t
(-twlit r~its ren .\ ('fott,]
CrNit Agetits .Joint (>}lomitl I tl!6

D rafIts and Rumni tfmees


825,714 4-


39.382 10







45,761 39


... 16,140 39
... 122 16
23,351 )
976 64
.120,000 00
506,2 9 i90
18 66
2... 12.421 78
13,389 92
I ,061; 3 ) 1
... ; 4.881 08 263,i .'1 09


... 96,985 22


79
48 :318.776 31 415,761 5:
i St1 .s i 1.22 i '-,


A 1) tV, N C ES :
Aotliortsed A dvain'tr e
(~ olttoti ~ (It '11ttOl, itg A eo it

I :111iijre` Accouni
luost Tlliizre T\ownOI II


I NV lF'.-I'M 1 X T; S :
Coloni's Reserve Funon
.. Sur us Fuid ......
Haiin O:aVy -'rize Fund -
Cot To Factorv 1)epreciaiion: Fn,,l .
Electric Light Plai: tD)epreciation Fund ... I
[,raltaiii l eqnest Fnnd ... ...|
aaome FBeuest Fund.

tl otor Iianncli Depreciation Fund
lMu.sgrave P'rze Fuind
Public Property iisuiralnce Fund ... ...
Refrigeration Plant Depreciatioll Fun ......
IReserve Fund for C.).I''. Loan for Housing ......
Resere Fund for Land Settlement Loan 1932 ...
Reserve Fund for Lowianas-Biabou Water Supply Loan 1934
Simmons 1 equestL Fund ...
!Erupi on Fuid (Loan to St. Lucia) ...


Savings Bank Loan Accoun


\Note: At 30th June. 1950 the Public i)el.t (not recorded in the above liabilities) amounted to $5.28.914.98. This finui e includes ile following : Kingstown Bpard Water Supply Loan 1930) 480'.00,
and C.D.F. Loan for St. Vincent Co-operative Arrowrot Association $16,987.62: for which (Ieneral lieveniie is only responsible in case of default.
The accumulated funds For redemption of the Debt amounted at 30. 6. 51) to $168,168,51.

TREASURY, ST. VINM'N. BERNARD GIBBS.
9th November. 1950. Acling Colonial Treasurer.
(F. 3811947).
,'**.


LI ABILITIES.


c.


1 09 6t


C,13







211 24.


6 ~. 1 4(
2 7.4-22




12. .121

1.88

141)
120,000


227.152- 1;

239 ('2









2'7 :;13 72


















1.051,02'.) 20


141,400 00



S1.590.22-4 57


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1950, No. 97.

POLICE (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS.


(Gazetted 28th November, 1950.)



1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Police
(Amendment) Regulations, 1950, and shall be read as one with the Police
Regulations, 1948, (S. R. & 0. 1948, No. 110) (hereinafter referred to as the
.principal Regulations).

2. Insertion of New Regulations. After Regulation 186 of the
principal Regulations the following new Regulations shall be inserted :-
"186A. FREE MEDICINES AND SUPPLIES. (1) All medicines and
supplies prescribed by the appropriate District Medical Officer in the course
of his treatment of members of the Force up to and including the rank of
Inspector shall be supplied from the dispensary at the Colonial Hospital or
the district dispensaries free of charge. If these medicines or supplies are
not available at the Colonial Hospital or dispensaries then, they may be
"obtained from private chemist, but the cost will be borne by Government.
(2) The District Medical Officer shall pass for free supply only those
medicines or articles which in his opinion are absolutely necessary for the
treatment of the individual concerned.
186B.. FREE ADMISSION TO HOSPITAL. All members of the Force up
to and including the rank of Inspector shall be admitted to the Public Wards
of the Hospital free of charge : Provided that they may apply for entry
into any other ward, but they will be required to pay the appropriate fees as
specified by the Hospital Authorities.
186C.* FREE DENTAL TREATMENT. All members of the Force up to
and including the rank of Inspector shall be provided with free dental
treatment in respect of extractions. In the case of other dental treatment,
fifty per cent of the costs will be borne by Government.
186D. FREE TREATMENT TO EYES. District Medic1! Officers shall
recommend all members of the Force up to and including the rank of
Inspector suffering from eye disease to be sent to a Government Eye
Specialist for treatment. Treatment shall be free of charge.
186E. 'FREE SPECTACLES. All members of the Force up to and
including the rank of Inspector shall on the prescription of a Government
Eye Specialist be supplied with spectacles free of charge, but in the event of
their requiring frames of a more expensive type than those normally
supplied by the Optician under the Government Contract they shall be
3 a rq ed to pay the difference in cost."

7SS6-a Spp) No 7







86
Made by the Superintendent of Police under Section 63 (1) of the Police
Ordinance, 1947, (No. 48 of 1947) this 29th day of August, 1950.


W. I. RANDOLPH, Lt. Col.,
Superintendent.



Approved by the Governor in Council under Section 63 (2) of the aforesaid
Ordinance this 13th day of November 1950.

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(M. 2/1949)

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 4 cents. ]
1950.




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