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Publication Date: January 16, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 4: The Export Duties (Cancellation) Order, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 5: Proclaiming Tuesday, the 6th day of February, 1951, to be observed as a Bank Holiday throughout the Colony
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 6: The Prices Control (Amendment No. 3) Notice, 1951 - 16th January, 1951
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    Supplement to Gazette: The Accounts of the Colony for the period 1st January to 31st October, 1950 - 16th January, 1951
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    Supplement to Gazette: Returns showing quantity and value… exports March 1949
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SAIW \7N8` VNCF: IW:N'1


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 84.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JANUARY, 1951. [No. 4.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES. No. 26.


No. 24.
GENERAL CLERICAL SERVICE.

PROMOTION.

Mrs. C. B. GIBBS, Junior Clerk (Act-
ing Principal Clerk), Government Office,
to post of Senior Clerk (Legislative
Council Stenographer etc.), Government
Office, with effect from 19th December,
1950,
Until further notice, Mrs. GIBBS will
also.perform duties of Conrt Stenog-
rapher.
16th January, 1951.
(P. F. 303).


No. 25.


LEAVE NOTICE.


VACATION LEAVE.

Mr. U. G. CRICK, B.A., Senior Assist-
ant Master, Grammar School, six months'
vacation leave with effect from 29th
December, 1950.
16th January, 1951.
(P. F. 204).


RESUMPTION.


With reference to Government Notice
No. 596 of 12th December, 1950, Mr. G.
R. ROBINSON, Junior Clerk, Public
Works Department, with effect from 4th
January, 1951.
16th January, 1951.
(P. F. 537).

No, 27.
With reference to Government Notice
No. 478 of 3rd October, 1950, Mr. W.
V. YORKE, Junior (Clerk, Treasury De-
partment, with effect from 8th January,
1951.
16lh January, 1951.
(P. F. 382).


No. 28.


CENTRAL WATER DISTRIBUTION
AUTHORITY.

Under (lie provisions of Section 3 of
the (Central Water Distribution Author-
ity Ordinance, 1950 (No. 12 ol: 1950), the
Administrator hl;s appointed the under-
mentioned persons to be members of the
Central Water Distribution Authority,
with effect from 1st January, 1951 and
until further notice:-


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20 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JANUARY, 1951.-(No. 4).


The Superintendent of Public Works,
(Chairman),
The Honourable Member for South
Windward,
The Honourable E. A. C. HUGHES,
R. M. CATO, Esq.,
) Nominees
H. A. DAvIS, Esq., 0 B.E. of Kings-
A. C. CYRUS, Esq., town
/ Board,
The Senior Medical Officer,
T. BRERETON, Esq.
16th January, 1951.
,(P. 18/1950).


No. 29.
LIBRARY COMMITTEE.

Under the provisions of Section 6 of
the Public Library Ordinance, 1950, the
following persons have been appointed
members of the Library Committee as
from 1st January, 1951:
His Lordship the Rt. Revd. R. N.
SHAPLEY, M.C.. A.K.C.,
(Chairman),


G. C. H. THOMAS,
Esq., A.C.P.,
A. C. CYRUS, Esq.,


Appointed by
Kingstown
Board.


Mrs. R. WINDEBANK,) Appointed by
C. G. HUGGINS, Esq., therator.d
Secretary : The Librarian.
Mr. THOMAS has been appointed as
Deputy-Chairman of the Committee.
16th January, 1951.
(P. F. 476.)



No. 30.
VILLAGE COUNCILS.

The undermentioned persons have
been chosen to serve, under the pro-
visions of Section 4 of the Village
Councils Ordinance, 1948 (No. 21 of
1948) as Members of the Village Coun-
cils for a period of two years as from
1st January, 1951, as follows:-

The Village Council of Troumaca.
Elected.
Arthur Dennie, Esq.
Jamies Alexander, ,,
Tleoiphilns Harry ,,
Archiballd Robertson, Esq.
No i.na/ted by Government.
James Ferdinand, Esq.
Roy Morris ,,
Stanley M.arksman ,,


The Village Council of Marriaqua.
Elected.
Hubert DaSilva, Esq.
Levi Latham, .,
Felix Browne ,
Alphonso Lewis ,,
Nominated by Government.
The Headteacher, Marriaqua Gov-
ernment School
David Williams, Esq.
Alexander Shortte,,
16th January, 1951.
(A. 46/1948).


No. 31.
SMALL TOWNS BOARDS.

The undermentioned persons have
been chosen to serve, under the pro-
visions of sections 3 and 4 of the Small
Towns Regulation (Amendment) Ordin-
ance, 1948, (No. 20 of 1948) as Members
of the Small Towns Boards for a period
of two years as from 1st January, 1951,
as follows :-

The Georgetown Town Board.
Elected.


St. Aubyn Cato,
Henry Coombs
C. W. Prescod
Robert Stay


Esq.


Nominated by Government.
J. E. Richards, Esq.
Miss Viola Gatherer.
The Calliaqua Town Board.
Elected.
Simeon Cuimberbatch, Esq.
Talbot Isaacs, Esq.
David James ,
Hubert Toney ,
Nominated by Government.
George Dougan, Esq.
Edmund H;iynes ,.
The Layou Town Board.
Elected :
Herman Young, Esq.
Joseph Cyrus ,,
Edward Fraser ,.
George Huggins ,,
Nominated by Government.
Clarles O. Walker, Esq,
Mrs. Lilian Maxwell.
The Barrouallie Town Board.
Elected :
The IIon'ble E. A. Joachim
Wilmotl Oliver, Esq.
George Kirby, ,,
Eugene Rodney ,,












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JANUARY, 1951.-(No. 4). 21


Nominated by Government.
George Sandy, Esq.
Robert Slater ,,
The Chateaubelair Town Board.
Elected:
Richard John, Esq.
Mrs. Rosalind Cunningham,
Albert Morris, Esq.
Picton Walters
Nominated by Government.
Revd. T. J. Furley
Schoolmaster, Chateaubelair.
The Port Elizabeth Town Board.
Elected :
Sydney McIntosh, Esq.
Dawson Wallace ,,
George Bennett ,,
Cyril Mitchell ,,
Nominated by Government.
Daniel Harris, Esq.
Isaac Tannis ,,
16th January, 1951.
'(A. 46/1948).


No. 32.
LEGISLATION.

The following documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S. R & 0. No. 4.-The Export Duties
(Cancellation) Order, 1951.
,(J. 16/1948).

S. R. & 0. No. 5.-Proclaiming Tues-
day, the 6th day of February,
1951, to be observed as a Bank
Holiday throughout the Colony.
(W. 19/1946).

S. R. & O. No. 6. -- The Prices
Control (Amendment No. 3)
Notice, 1951.
.(T. 20/1949).
16th January, 1951.


No. 33.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

Returns showing quantity and value
of the principal articles imporGed into
St. Vincent, and principal exports from
;St. Vincent for the month of March,
19 19 copies of which may also be seen
at the Government Office, Kingstown
Library, and at all Reven no Offices and
Police Stations, are published as a Sup-
'pleiient to this Gazette.
16th January, 1951.
.(. 1611918).


No. 34.
The-Accounts of the Colony for t'fi
period 1st January to 31st October,
1950, are published with this issue of
the Gazette.
16th January, 1951.
(F. 38/1947.)

No. 35.
BANK HOLIDAYS.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Discovery Day, 1951 (January 22nd) be-
ing a Bank Holiday, all Public Offices
will be closed on that day.
16th January, 1951.
(W. 4/1941).

No. 36.
By virtue of a Proclamation issued
with this Gazette (S. R. & O. No. 5),
Tuesday, 6th February, 1951, being a
Bank Holiday, all Public Offices will be
closed on that day.
16th January, 1951.
(W. 19/1946).

No. 12.
B.W.I. TRADE LIBERALIZATION
PLAN.

WEST INDIES TOKEN IMPORTS
SCHEME.

The West Indies Token Imports
Scheme will commence on January 1st,
1951. On October 31st some details
were announced of a token import
scheme designed to re-open West Indies
and Bahamas market on a limited scale
to certain Canadian and American
goods. Discussions with Canadian and
American authorities continuedd since
then and it has been arranged that the
Scheme will take effect from January
1st, 1951. Following these discussions
a number of items have been added to
original list of goods for inclusion
in the scheme. The most important
are :-rayon fabrics and dresses ; cotton
dresses and shirts.
The Canadia'n Department of Exter-
nal Trade and Commerce is itself calcu-
lating quotas and issuing to individual
exporters SCRIP which will be used by
West Indies Import Authorities as a
basis for the grtlnt of import licences.
SCRIP vouchers are necessary (a) to sat-
isfy the import control authorities in
each colony that the Agent designated
by the Canadian lirm on the voucher
has authority to dispose of the firm's













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22 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JANUARY, 1951.-(No. 4).


0llcation.iri the colony among various
bcustohierS who are to be entitled to
claim import licences for quantities sold
to them by the Agent; or (b) to enable
customers, who purchase direct from a
Canadian firm, instead of through A-
gents, to secure an Import licence.
American exporters will not be given
SORIP but will make direct application
to .export from their authorities who
will generally issue export licences to
exporters on a "first come first served"
basis up to limit established quotas.
The list of commodities for inclusion
in the Token Export Scheme include:
1. Commodities to be permitted up to
50% of base period (1946-1948) trade :-
Canned Fish Newsprint
Meat Other paper and
Milk and Milk Manufactures
Products Fertilizers
Timber and Tim-. Mineral Earth,
ber Manufactures Pigments.
2. Commodities to be permitted up to
33j% of base period(1946-1948) trade :-
Cereal Foods (prepared)
Canned Fruit Vegetables and Soups
Macaroni Spaghetti Vermicelli
Jelly and Dessert Powders
Women's and Children's boots and
shoes (Leather uppers)
Leather and Leather Manufactures
(excluding clothes)
Footwear, Rubber and Canvas with
rubber soles
Rubber Belting
Clothing of Rubber (including gloves)
Wallboards (Pulp and Fibre)
Automobile parts
Cooking utensils
Tools and hand implements
Furniture of metal
Maps and lanterns of metal
Buckles and slide fasteners
Dental and surgical apparatus
Electrical cooking -and heating appa-
ratus (domestic)
Electrical stoves and parts
Electrical meters and parts
Switches, sockets and wiring devices
Batteries and parts
Paints, varnishes and enamels
Perfumery, cosmetics and toilet
preparations
Soap (toilet) and cleansers
Pharmaceuticals and proprietary
medicines


Beer and Ale
Brushes, brooms'
and mops
Toys and dolls
Pens, pencils and
fountain pens
Confectionery
Battle caps
Mon's hats
Ravon piece goods


Whisky
Buttons
Goggles, specta-
cles and parts
parts including

Cans and food
prod cts
Cotton piece
goods


Hosiery (including fully fashioned.
stockings)
Rayon Clothing and underwear
Cotton underwear
Cotton shirts and pyjamas, (men's
and boys')
Cotton outer garments (women's and
children's)
Knitted gloves
Electric fans
Radio apparatus
Office appliances and parts
Industrial chemicals
Electric household refrigerators and
washing machines
Freezers and parts
Manufactured plastic products.
3rd January, 1951.
(C. 4711948.)

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

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
16th January, 1951.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

INCOME TAX NOTICES.

TO GOVERNMENT OFFICERS.

All Government Officers are hereby
reminded that the latest date for the
submission of income tax returns for
assessment in the year 1951 is the 31st
January, and that failure to give notice
of chargeability is an offence against the
Income Tax Ordinance, rendering the
person concerned liable on conviction to
a fine not exceeding FOUR HUNDRED
AND EIGHTY DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income,.
accruing in, derived from the Colony or
elsewhere and whether received in the
Colony or not for the preceding year,_
exceeded the statutory limit of $480 is
required to submit a return in the pre-
scribed form notwithstanding that on
account of approved deductions no tax
may eventually be chargeable, and par-
ticular attention is directed to the fact
that the term "income" is deemed to
include not only money but also allow-
ances in kinc1d.
3. Efforts arr, being made to send
blank rotnurn forms to such persons
through their Hads of Department. It
is to be clpurly understood, however,.
that a. person is not exonerated from the
statutory liability to rhake a return even
though that person may not have re-














Sak'IA VIN"ENT, Tb'Sd Af, 16 J I 'AjRk,' Y951.-(N6. 4~. 2I4)


-ce'ived a' blank formi, which' may be
obtained, on application at'the' Reveni'e'
Offices at Ge6ogetdWn', Biariroutlie,
e.cquia and Uhion island or, in other
districts, frdni thee Pi tiation silat'e
theirein. These forms may aflso' be obttaiin-
ed f6om the Income Tax 6ffi6, IKiings'-
town,. wfi re any pelrsn i -qirin'.
information in connection' tl hrwi'thi is
infited to :-i, q ii e.I .

TO THE GENERAL P-UBLIC:

:Every person coticerned, not being a
'Government Officer, is hereby reminded
that the' latest'date for the'sUbbmission of
income tax returns for assessment in' thd
yeai' 1951:is the 31st-March, and that'
failure to give notibe of dhargeability ig
.an offence against the Income Tax O';di'i-
.ance, rendering the person concerned
liable on conviction to a fine not exceed-
ing FOUR HUNDRED AND EIGHTY
DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income,
accruing in, derived from the Colony oil
elsewhere and whether received in the
Colony or not' for thb preceding year,
exceeded the statutory limit of 480 is
Required to silbmit a return in the pre-
scribed form, notwithstanding that on
account of approved deductioiis no tax-
may eventually be'clhi.ge:,l:,ie, and par-
tiiclar attention is directed'fo the fact
that the term "income" is deemed t'o
include not onlyrmoney but also allow-
:ances in kind.
3. Effo'its ate being niade to send
blank'rPturn forms to srich persons. It
is to be clearly understood, however,
that, a person:is not exonerated from the*
statutory'liability to make a return even
though that person may not have re-
-ceivel a blank form, 'wliich may be ob-
tained, on application, at :the 'Re-venue
-Offices at Georgetown, Barrouallie,
Bequia and Union Island, or, in the
,other districts from the Police Station
situate therein. These forms may also
lbe" obtaiIredi'rohrtlre Incom e Tax'Offi)e,
Kingstown, where any person requiring
information in connection therewith is
invitedtb enquirt.
4. The form, correctly completed,
-should he accompanied by all necessary
-supp ritig statements., Specimens -of
the form of account required from small
traders and fid''in oCdupi'ers or ciltivators
of land will be supplied on request.

TO' TRADERS, BLUSIN-ESS'MEN A:'ND
PROFESSIONAL -MEN.

S'7A.:tention is directed to t1e provisions
Sof Rertion's 73 andi (8 hf '111 Tnr'l-.,t i x
'Orili nance 'Nb. '3 if 19'S w which read as'
follows :-


S J -
73. Any person engaged
in' aldy trade', business or
profession sAall Ieep i Traders,
Sthe- English" language pro- etc., to
:per bdbls- of'b account suffi- keep
cient to record all trans- accounts
SI in Eng-
actions necessary in order lish
to ascertain the gains and
profits -made or' the loss
incurred in each such
trade, businedssor profes-
sion, and any such person
who fails to comply with
this provision shall be
glty o an 'offehe, and
in addition to ainy penalty
incurred he sla'al be liable
to pay any tax to which
he'may be assessed under
the provisions of this
Ordinkhice."
68. AZty person guilty of
a'n offence agaihnt this Penal-.
Ordinance shall be liable ties.f
offences
on summary conviction
before a Magistrate, to a
fine not exceeding four.
hundred and eight ty
dollars, aid in default-of
payment to imprisonment,
with or without' hard
labour, for any term riot
exceeding six months".
2. The Commissioners of Income Tax
intend to enforce'the provisions of the
sections referred to abbie.

V. C., JOSSE,
Income Tax Ofeier.
Income Tax Office,
Kingstown,
29th December, 1950.


GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK.

The at.tentiin ol 'Gvernment Savings,
l3aiik De'ii'ltb'is di rain tto Rule 12 of
-the Govey:i;inent Savings Blank of 1st
ay, IP36-
"12. Every depositor shall, once in
each year in the mouth of February
forwIard his Pass Booh to thie Manager
for examination and comparison with
the'.Books of tli office, aid for the
entry of any interest due on the 31st
Dezeifber previous. If any depositor
fails to send in his Pass, HBok as herein
directed the Colo'il'fi Tirasnry may
without further I'ormnality forthwith
direct that cxccelt the withdrawal of
the whole amnountt staliding- to .tle.
cre lit to thli d?(psitor 1io further
traisactlib6ts shil'l lb, allowed in respect
of the ''1counnt. N(tiice of such direc-
tio s shlill be given to thie (d positor















24 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JANUARY, 1951.-(No. t).


if his address is known to the Colonial
Treasurer, and if unknown, shall be
published in the Gazette."
BERNARD GIBBS,
Colonial Treasurer,
Manager,
Government Savings Bank.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCBNT,
5th January, 1951.
(A. 47/1950).


ELECTRICITY DEPARTMENT.

NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that the supply of electricity will
be interrupted from Sunday 14th instant
for about five days, while essential re-
pairs are being effected to engine at
Power Station.
Consumers are therefore requested to
curtail on the use of electricity when
ever it is available during this period
and so assist in spreading the available
supply to a wider area.

N. V. ANDALCIO,
Superintendent of Electricity
& Telephones.

Electricity Department.
10th January, 1951.


SAINT VINCENT.
IMPORTATION OF ANIMALS (DISEASES
PREVENTION) ORDINANCE, 1933.

DECLARATION OF SUSPECTED
AREAS.

Owing to an outbreak of Swine Fever
in the Colony and being satisfied that
there is reasonable suspicion that the
said disease may exist in the areas
specified in the Schedule to this declara-
tion, I, MICHAELF A. G. HANSCHELL,
Agricultural Superintendent, acting un-
der the Authority vested in me by
section 14(2) of the above-n named Ordin-
ance hereby declare the areas specified
in the Schedule hereto to be suspected
areas.
SCHEDULE.
CHARLOTTE PARISH, comprising
the lands extending from the northern
boundary of the Fancy Estate to the
river lambon and running along the bed
of the said river until they reach the
high ridge of mountains which runs


through the centre of the Island of
Saint Vincent.
ST. GEORGE'S PARISH, comprising
the lands extending from the said river
called lambou to Kingstown North River
where it empties itself into the sea and
running up the bed of the last named
river until it divides and from thence
continuing along the course of the
northern branch of the said river to the
great ridge of mountains running
through the centre of the Island of
Saint Vincent.
ST. ANDREW'S PARISH, compris-
ing the lands extending from the said
river called the Kingstown North River
and from the said northern branch
thereof unto the high ridge to the north-
ward of Queen's Valley, which divides
the said Valley from Rutland Valley and
running along the said ridge until it
meets the great ridge of mountains
which runs through the centre of the
Island of Saint Vincentl.
ST. PATRICK'S PARISH, extending
from the said ridge to the northward of
Queen's.Valley unto the high ridge to
the northward of Cumberland Valley
commonly called Byam's Hill, and runs
alongthe said last named ridge until it
meets the great ridge of mountains
which runs through the centre of the
Island of Saint Vincent.
ST. DAVID'S PARISH, extending
from the said last mentioned and north-
ern boundary of St. Patrick's Parish
unto the northern boundary of Charlotte
Parish.
THE GRENADINES PARISH, com-
prising the Island of Bequia and such
other of the Islands within this Colony
commonly called the Grenadines as lie
to the northward of the Island of
Carriacou.
I I-
Dated this 30th day of December,
1950.
M. A. G. HANSCHELL,
Agricultural Superindentent.


SAINT VINCENT.
BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE
SMALL DEBT ORDINANCE.

IN THE SMALL DEBT COURT.
(Kingstown) District I.


Between
JOHN M. RICHARDS
RANDOLPH JOHN


Plain tiff
Defendant.


NOTICE is hereby given that on
Saturday the 27th January, 1951, be-
tween the hours of 12 o'clock noon aad











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3 p.m. at the Court House, Kingstown,
there will be put up for sale the under-
mentioned Goods and Chattels belonging
to the above-named Defendant, levied
by virtue of a warrant to levy on Goods
and Chattels issued in the above suit :-
One house sides wattled and the roof
covered with galvanized iron.
Situate at Sion Hill.

ALVIN SALES,
Process Server,
District I.
8th January, 1951.


FOREIGN COMPENSATION COMMISSION.

A Commission has been established in
the United Kingdom under the Foreign
Compensation Act, 1950, for the purpose
of registering and determining claims to
participate in compensation under agree-
ments with foreign governments, and
of distributing compensation as provided
by the Act.
As its first task the Commission will
deal with applications for compensation
from the Funds to be paid under the
.agreements with the Governments of
Czechoslovakia and of Yugoslavia.


Any persons having claims against
either of these two Governments should
communicate with the Custodian of
Enemy Property at the Registrar's Office,
Kingstown, without delay and, in any
event, not later than 31st January, 1951.

DESMOND A. McNAMARA,
Custodian of Enemy Property.

19th December, 1950.
(Sec. 18/1939 (B).)


NOTICE.

CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION.

This is to certify that, in accordance
with Ordinance No. 1 of 1934, THE
SPRING VILLAGE AGRICULTURAL
CREDIT SOCIETY has on this 2nd day
of December, 1950, been registered at
the office of the Registrar of Agricul-
tural Credit Societies, as a Society
operating under the Agricultural Credit
Societies laws of the colony.

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Acting Registrar,
Agricultural Credit Societies.
2nd December, 1950.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORD

1951, No. 4.


EXPORT DUTIES (CANCELLATION) ORDER.


(Gazetted 16th January, 1951).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Export Duties
(Cancellation) Order, 1951.

2. Cancellation. The Export Duties Order, 1947, (S. R. & O. 1947, No. 72)
is hereby cancelled.


Made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Export Duties
Ordinance (No. 12 of 1933) this 9th day of January 1951.
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.


Approved by the Legislative Council this 11th day of January 1951.
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Clerk of Legislative Council.
(J. 16/1948).


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SAINT VINCENT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDE

19 Xo. 5. \\,

(Gazetted l(ith .Janu;ry, 1951.)

[L.S.] BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION.

W. F. COUTTS,
Administrator.

WHRREAS by section 7 of the Bank Holidays Ordinance, Cap. 161, it is
enacted that it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council from time to time,
by Proclamation in the Gazette, to appoint a special day to be observed as a
Bank Holiday throughout the Colony :

Now THEREFORE 1 do, with the advice of the Executive Council, and
pursuant to the authority in me vested by the said Ordinance, hereby allpoint
Tuesday, the 6th day of February, 1951, to be observed as a Bank Holiday
throughout the Colony.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Island of Saint Vincent
at the Government O1ice in the said Island this 13th day of January in
the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine lHundred and Fifty-one and
in ihe Fifteenth Year of the Reign of His Majesty KING GEORGE
THE SIXTH.

GOD SAVE THE KING!
(W 19/1941';.)


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE COVERNMEIT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
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SAINT VINCENT.


STATUTORY RULES AND

1951, No. 6.


PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 3) NOTICE,


(Gazetted 16th January, 1951).

1. Short title. This Notice may be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 3) Notice.

2. Amendment I. The First Schedule Part A to the Prices Control
Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby amended by deleting all the words, figures
and symbols occurring in the columns opposite the articles: Cocoa Beans,"
"Leather (Local)," and substituting therefore the following:
FIRST SCHEDULE-PART A.

Article. Maximum Wholesale Price. Maximum Retail Price.

Area A"' Area. B" Are' a A" Area B."
Cocoa Beans ... 31c. per lb. 30c. per lb. 33c. per lb. 32c. per lb.
in lots of in lots of
100 ll)s. or 100 lbs or
more more
Leather (local) ... 65c. per lb. 64c. per lb. 91c. per lb. 90c. per 11.


Area "A means the town of Kingstown and within one mile thereof.
Area "B means all other places throughout the Colony.

3. Amendment II. The'prices set out hereunder are the Maximum
prices for which the articles enumerated may be sold in the Colony and the First
Schedule Part B to the Prices Control Order 1947 (S. R. & O. No. 25) is hereby
amended by deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns
opposite the articles: "Beef Corned-Libby's, "Lard-Barbados," "Tea-Blue &
White Label," Tea-Red Rose," Fish Salted-Canadian," "Rice-Demerara-
Super, & 2nd Quality," and substituting therefore the following:
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FIRST SCHElDULZ-PART B.


Article.


Beef Corned-Lib y's ..

Lard-Barbados .
'Tea-Blue & \\rhiii L: I,),
In I-oz. pkts. ...

,, 4 ,, .
,, 8 ,, ,,
Tea-Red Rose-
In 2-oz. skillets

4 ,,

,, 8 ,, ..

Fish-Salted (Cana.iliai)





Rice-Deminrara-Super ...
2nd Qniility


Jlaximum WIholesale Price


1 per case of
48-12 oz. tins
$11.88 per pail of 30 lbs.


$1.61 per
1.51 ,,
1.50 ,,
1.49 ,. ,


$L.58 per lb.

1.53 ., ,

1.52 ,,

S96.59 per cask of
44S8 1bs.
$48.80 per cask
26,1. per 11). fo0 any
quantity loss than i cask,
bIt not less thlm 50 Hls.
511 .82 erb-'g of 177 lhs.
S11.78 per bag of 177 lbs,


Area "A" .-rea "13"
55c. per tin 56e. pr liii


45c. per 1b.

l2c. per pkt.
22c. p- r pkt.
4;3c. per pki
86c. per pkt.


23c. per
skillet
440. p'r
skillet
88c. p'r'
skillet
28c. per lb.


46c. per lb.

1 3c. per pkt.l
23c. per pkt.
44c. per pkt.
87c. per pkt.I

24c. p(-r
skillet
45c. per
skillet
89c. per
skillet
29c. peIr l).


91c. per 1b I0e. per Ilb.
71 c. per 11). PSC. per lb.


Maximum Reta il Price.


Area '"."
57c. per tin

17e. per lb.

14c. per pkt:
24c. per pkt.
45C. per pkt.
88c. per pkt.

25c. per
skill et
46c. )por
skillet
90c. per
skillet






lO(c. ier lb.
,OWc. per Ib.
81)(,. per 11).


Area A" means the town of Kingstown and within one mile thereof.
Area "B means all other places throughout the Colony other than those
mentioned in Areas A and C ".
Area "C" means all the villages of Overland, Sanay Bay, Owin, Fancy
Windsor Forest and the St. Vincent Grenadines.


Made by the Comn.etent Authority under section 30 of the Prices Control
Order (S.R. & O. No. 25) this 16th day of January, 1951.

A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of Supplies.
(T 20/1949).


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE' GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
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SAINT VINCENT.
Comparative Statement of Revenue for the period 1st January to 31st October, 1950.


Heads of Revenue.


1. Import Duty
Warehouse Rent
2. Export Duty
3, Excise Duty on Rum
Excise Duty on Sugar
4. Other Duties
5. Licences--Liquor
Motor Vehicles
Other


Estimate
for the Actual Revenue Revenue for
year for the period of same period of
1950. the return, preceding year,


$ $
... 425,000 424,529
... 5,000 2,950
... 125,000 114,309
... 129,000 104,280
1,926
70,900 67,769
... 8-,500l 8,558
... 16,000 11,450
... 6,799 6,857


1l1o r e a s o.


c.j $ c. $
55 i 366,820 77 57,708
49 3,962 52
37 100,985 25 13,324
90 99,667 83 4,613
95 ... ... 1,926
08 70,022 34
56 8,291 85 266
12 11,048 64 401
16 5,352 45 1,504


6. Taxes-
Income Tax .., 188,0001 120,670 08 176,732 47 ... ...
Land and House Tax ... 30,0006 6,573 53 4,272 85 2,300 68
Other Taxes ... 3,9001 3,181 98 2,690 87 491 11
7. Port and Harbour Dues- 8
Tonnage 9000 8,695 36 7,464 31 1,231 05
Port ... 2,500! 2,562 00 2,773 80
Landing Dues, Aircraft .. 600 420 00 204 00 216 00
8.* Fees of Court or office ... 112,404! 94,043 15 81,604 97 12,438 18
9. Post Office .. 74,860 47,688 74 333,523 47
10. Electricity Telephone and Refrigeration ... 96,549 75,342 97 72,407 94 2,935 03
11. Rent of Government Property ... 4,550i 3,088 60 2,640 52 448 08
Interest ... 12,812 13,295 40 10,938 50 2.356 90
12. Sales and Leases of Crown Lands ... 7,758 4,639 48 7,437 54 ...
1,329,132;1,122,833 47 1,368,842 89 102,162 85
8.* Refunds of Loans from General Revenue ... 8,790 7,333 69 1,949 70 5,383 99
1,337,9221 ,130,167 16 1,370.792 59 107,546 84
13. Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes 353,496 265,755 73 i 152,834 29 112,921 44
Total Revenue $ ,691,4181,395,922 89 1,523,626 88 220,468 28


Decrease.


$. .c.

1,012 03



2,253 26



56,062 39



211 80


285,834 73



2,798 06
348,172, 27

348,172 27

348,172 27


Comparative Statement of Expenditure for the period 1st January to 31st October, 1950.


Estimate Actual Expen- Expenditurefor
for the diture for the Expenditure for
Heads of Expenditure year period of same period of Increase. Decrease.
1950. the return, preceding year.
S$ c. $ c. $ c. $ c
1. Governor 8,011 4,496 38.
2. Legislature 5,860 7,790 32 I
3. Administration 41,7541 31,098 23
4. Aricultu... 59,4811 43,926 92
Audit .. 8,574 6,602 12
6. Central Housing Authority .. 6,00 6,000 00
6A. Central Road Authority ... 98,220 87,131 35
6B. Central Water Authority ... 13,220 5,252 46
7. Charitable ... 15,836 13,353 49
9. Education *** 162,760 123,072 87
10. Electricity 65,398 66,680 74
11.- Judicial 22,7201 16,470 29
12. Labour ... 6,950: 6,370 70
13. Lands and Survey 12,7xpenditure Estimte
14 Legal 5,766 4,814 14 Expenditure Estimate
15. Medial ... 242,448 202,820 03 reclassified in 1950. Irn
15. Medical 155,779 158,318 49 possible to give fullcom
16. Miscellaneous parative figures forindi
17. Pensions ... ,630 vidual Heads..
18. Police ... 81,584 61,089 97 visual H s.
19. Port and Marine 20,427 16,451 94
20. Post Office ... 33,123 20,683 60
21 Prons ... 35,0691 36,182 44
22. Public Debt .. 9,35 068
23. Public Library .... 4,42 3,684 ;7
24. Public Works Department ... 46,638 34,311 11
25. Public Works Recurrent ... 36,172 62,927 18
27. Social Welfare 1,476 1,231 20
27A. St. Vincent Grenadines .. 10,669 9,995 94
28. Su-bventions 14,679 19,014 00
29. Supply Control ... 12,932[ 10,281 74
30. Telephone 15,018 12,178 10
31. Treasury .. 57,655 43,938 95 _____ __
1,399,347%1;206,152 17 1,106,064 78 100,087 39
26. PublicWorks Extraordinary ... 49,020 45,666 88 93,526 14 47,859 2
1,448,367 1,251,819 05 1,199,590 92 1100,087 39 47,859
8. Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes 353,496 244,183 16 181,977 37 62,205 79
Total Expenditure $ 11,801.863,1,496,002 21 1,381,568 29 162,293 18 47,859 2


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13th January,-1951,
(F. 3811947),


BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Colonial Treaurer.


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Statement of the Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of Saint Vincent at 31st October, 1950.


LIABILITIES.

DEPOSITS: SPECIAL FUNDS

DEPOSITS: OTHER THAN SPECIAL FUNDS


SURPLUS:
Colony's Reserve Fund
General Revenue Balance a/c
Balance at 1. 1. 50
Surplus & Deficit a/c


... $361.253 79
... 100,079 31


$ c.







96,985 22


261,174 4


$

834,928

450,415


C.

09

10




i


:8 358,159 70


1,643,502 89















$ 1,643,502 89
i i


ASSETS.

CASH :
In Treasury & Sub-Treasuries
With Barclays Bank
,, Crown Agents
Drafts & Remittances


ADVANCES,


INVESTMENTS: COLONY :
Reserve Fund
Surplus Funds

INVESTMENTS: SPECIAL FUNDS:
Through Crown Agents
Loan to Govt. of St. Lucia
Savings Bank Loan A/c


$ c.


... 12,949 33
...141,250 63
198,900 62
..., 1,180 13
.'--





..I 92,100 88
... 216,845 08


... 590,543 18
... 60,000 00
... 14,400 00


$ 1,643,502 89


Note: 1. At 31st October, 1950, the Public Debt (not recorded in the above Liabilities) amounted to $522,853.60. This figure includes the sum of $14,785.50 for the C.D.F. Loan for Co-operative
Arrowroot Association, and $480.00 for the Kingstown Board Water Supply Loan, 1930, for which General Revenue is only responsible in c ase of default.
2. The accumulated funds for redemption of the Debt, amounted, at 31. 10. 50 to $169,151.66.
BERNARD GIBBS,
TREASURY, Acting Colonial Treasurer.
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
13th January, 1951,


354,280 71


315,333 04




308,945 96




664.943 18


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Return showing Quantity and Value of the principal articles
imported into St. Vincent in March, 1949.


M
3
Article and
Denomination. Countries. ---
Qua


Beer, Ale & Stout Gal. Martinique ..
Barbados ...
United Kingdom
Canada
Holland .
Total ...
Biscuits, Bread &c. Ib. United Kingdom ... 1
Canada
Barbados ...
British Guiana
Trinidad
Grenada ...
Jamaica
U. S. America ...
Curacao .
Total ...
Boots and Shoes ... United Kingdom .
'Doz. Pairs Canada
Trinidad
Mexico
British India
U. S. America
Aruba
Total ...! 1


Butter


lb. Canada
Australia
Total


... 10,99
... 10,99

...


Oartg, Carriages, &c.-- United Kingdom
Motor Cars and| Canada
Trucks No. U. S. America
Total


Motor Car Parts






Motor Oar--Tyres; &c.
No.


Trinidad
United Kingdom
Canada
U. S. America
Barbados
Total

Uriited Kin gddm
dariada
Total


month ended Period
1st March, January-March,
1949. 1949.

ntity. alue. Quantity, Value.
ntity. $ %$


2

(51


753
172
60
1 I


5
543

93 7
Io
r:~T~


Period
January-Mareh,
1948.

Quantity. Value.
$


8 635 1,355
42 411
1,636 5,543 12,776! 776 1,864
180 312
40 99' 224 570
1,6441' 6,260 14,271; 1,180 2,746.
626- 2,829 2,159 300 140
143i 5,597 2,286' 8,308 3,200
1 2 2i
3 1
1 1,820 1,122 10,362 2,167
2 1
1 2 1 2 1
11 18 12 19 15,
2 5 2 2
775 10,278 5,586 18,991 5,523
2,068. 388f '1140 9 108 6,572
3,464: 195 7,417 414 7,736
6 1- 15 A 15
", -l \ 00


140 1,728
8,6' 309: 604 1,850
"_ k 9
82 5,84 786 22,428
S1.,300 1,232
9 7,420! 30,758 19,486
9 7,4201 32,058 20,718


1 1,950
I i 1,950


7 112,714


S 4_ 4,4551 5 5,255
5 6,4051 12 17,969


I. 3 I
30 693
5 176

S576 15,529
346 293
5,690 2,997
6,036 3,290

3 3,878
3 5,049
1 1,891
7 10,818
i


...I 80! 1,647
... I1,086
28' 530
S-- -------- ______
_____.____ 208' 3,263

137 3:863 609 12;147 285
294
, 137 3,863 609 12,147 579


1 1,053
1,279
1,317
55
3,711

3,563
5;666
9,229


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Article and
Denomination.


Countries.


Bicycles and Tricycles i United Kingdom
Canadaa
S Total
Cement ...: United Kingdom
Bris. 400 tb net. Cana-la


Cotton 'iece G'oods ..
Sq. yds.



Artificial Silk and
Cotton and Art Silk
Mixtures Manu-
factures -




Artilicint Silk and
Cotton Art Silk
Mixtures Piece
GoodIs- Sq. yds.

Fish, Dried, Salted, &c
Slb.


: Total
United Kingdom
Canada
S,J;I p:11,
U. S. America
Total
Italy
United Kingdom
Canad a
British India
France --
Switzerland
U. S. America
Total
United Kingdonm
'anada
i. S. America
To al

. Can a a
SNew'oundlalnnd
S Total


_ _1__1 ~~II~ I__


... 4
... )543

... 543
4. ,247

1,993
... 98,248
...' 10,688










., ,
.. 9,934
9,94 1

42,240

4'2 40


2,0.15
3,591


3,357

549'
31,142
35,0484
244
1,416
)


0 2,155 16 566
2,506 155,375 560 3,350
____ 1,488 i0,750
2,506 1i5,375' 2,048 14,100
L7,3 ,4 11,316 8,628 4,363
1,653 7,7841 11,722 4,214
4,123 1,3881
8,864 t:-1,. 73,486 35,100
32,034 '..,'N; 93,836 43,677


. 53

55
1,770:
18 5,105 2
1,802
7,256 1]5,5;'
7,274. 22,500

6,900 107,946

6,0)o ; 107,'9 G


244i
5,912|
78i
14!
53


7,003
21


499-.


1,705 1,519
8,00(6, 9,042
3,3701 3,716 2,554
1,34.5 6,524 5,879
11,978 2,653 2.443
16,69i 12,893 10,876

17.8751 47,036 6 6,551
S53,760 9,729
17,8:75) 100,796 616,280


Flour and Grain-
Flonr (wh eaten) C mada
SBugs 9S lbs.

Flour and Grain--Rice British Guia:
lb. U. S. Ainerica
Total
Lard & J.ard Substi- U. ,. Anrric;
tutes lb. Trinidad
H;IIrb;id cs
Calla, la
Total


Manures


800


a ,176,781.

S176,802
... 33

4,2,63

4!,216


6,698! 6,395


10,160 352.456
:3 61
(10.163 352.517


1,708

1,709S


17 ,863

17 873


Tonis 1..niKedl 1'i ngd 0 iII


55,0961 11,183 122,040


20,325 550.422 31,026
91 25 1
20 .334 5),147 31,027
I 8 3
6,300 2,394
(c,948 11,835 4,179
1
6,952" 18,143 6,576

S136.5 1,300


Meats, elf and Pork Canada
Hams ;:nd ll Baon lb Arenti
U. S. America
Total


985 522 7.35 2,253 25,132 7,051
855 530,
8 61 70 45 35 12
993 528; 8,310 1 2,828 25,167 7,063


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Month ended Period Period
l1st Mareh January--March January-March
1949 1949. 1948.

Quantity. Vaue. Quality. Value. Quantity. Value


490 2,0951 50 2,155 14 5-24
2J 42


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..


18


)






Article and
Denomination.


Countries.


Oils-Motor Spirit gis. Trinidad


Illuminating ,,


Fuel
Sacks and Bags
(Empty)



Soap-Laundry




Spirits Whisky


Doz.




lb.




Gls.


Gin

Sugar-Unrefined lb.


Tobacco : lb
Leaf-Other kinds.

Tobacco :
Unmanufactured lb.

Tobacco: Manufac-
tured-Cigarettes lb.


Wood and Timber ...
(Unmanufactured) :
Lumber Feet


TREASURY,
ST. VINCENT,
30th May, 1949.


_ _I _ _II _ _


Trinidad
U. S. America
Aruba
Total
Trinidad
United Kingdom
India-British
Canada
U. S. America.
Total
United Kingdom
Canada
Trinidad
U. S. America
Total
United Kingdom

United Kingdom

Barbados
Trinidad
Total

Canada

Canada
U. S. America
Total
United Kingdom
Trinidad
U. S. America
Total
Canada
British Guiana
Trinidad
U. S. America
Total


j


I Month ended Period -. Period
31st March a January-March Januar-March
1949. I 1949. 1948.
Quality. Value. Quantity. Quantity.. a
Quantity. a $

.. 20,054 4,619 49,437 '11,762; 36,674 8,837
-I--- --

... 10,766 2 792 21,535 5,867 20,483 5,780
8 2i 22 7V
... 142 27! 198 45 68 13
.. 0,916 2,821' 21,755 5,919 20,551 5,793
... 12,100- 2,578 33,100 7.942 37,337 7,556
470 6,086
... 24 41 24- 41 1,429 16,004
91 251' 106 288i 198 482
...3,085 17,695 5,920 14,234 __
3,200T'; 17,987: 6"520 30,649 1,627 16,486
S 381 105 2,195 572 1,948 486
... 484 123 494 123
... 150 -25
... ____3 3& 6 4
... 875 228 2,692 698 2,104 5_ 1
... 1 1 94 7661 136 1,084

.. 20 108 77- 432 73 419

1 25,501 1,9721228,214 14,375
__ __ 32 2
.. 25,501 1,972 228,246 14,377

2,551 2,5711 5,952 6,181 6,629 5,803

S1,205 4771 3,295 1,131
.1,397: 629: 4,201 1,813 1,310 692
...1,397 629 5,466 2.290 4,605 1,823
... 3,080 5,239 6,043 1100,4'
3 11
...__ 125 178
... 3,080 |5,239 6,043 .11.0041 128 189
.. 110 205 990- T282 127,506 14,145
... 1,062 122 1,702 26(1. 5,144 851
30 2 80 6
...106,738 20,456 188,507 36.116 100 8
.107,940 20,785 191,279 36,665 132,750 15,004

V. D. ARCHER,
SActing CooQnial Treasurer,




Principal Exports from St. Vincent, in March, 1949.
onth of 1st January to I }st January to
Monil3 of 31stt March 31t March
Article and Countries March 1949. 1949. 1948.
Denomination, exported to.
Quantity ; le. Quantity Value Quantity. Vaine.
i i----$


Arrowroot












Oasava Starch


Coconuts


Cotton-Sea Island
White lb.


Mace. lb.


SNutmegs


Antigua
United Kingdom
Trinidad
Barbados
Grenada
U. S. America
British Guiana
Montserrat
Canada
St. Lucia

Total


lb. St. Kitts
-'rinidad
Barbados
4renada
Martinique
Carriacon
Total


lb- Barbados


Grenada
Barbados
St. Lucia
Aruba
Total


United Kingdom


British Guiana
Canada
U. S. America
Total

U. S. America
Barbados
Canada
Total


... 22,320 i3,125
... 190,992 21,066
.. i


.. 4,485
.. 324,400


2,400
190,992
5,600


649 4,485
41,604 1,196,895
5i.824S


2,400 334; 2,400
4,800 651 4,800
.. 2,240 324| 2,240

... 551,637 67,75311,415,636
i '' 1


10
62,639
512


. 63,361 | 5.(


1i IU
)271 201,757
41! 2,704
2,000
160 600
8 51 2 00 7,7
85 207,871


281,703 25,6491 579,121


110 4 110
156 5 2,156
1,000
40 2! 240
306 11 3,506


100,411 100,411
9 ,*


352
21,066
932

649
145,991
622
334
651
324

170,921

1
15,604
238
160
48
64
16,115


3,152,248
31.188
4,480

1,304,100

2,240

4,480

4,498,736


32,563
2,216
243

154,862

352

648

190,884


295,644 26,608


2,000
1,500

2,99144


180
135

26,923


52,736! 824,611 74,946


4
54 21,600
20
8 500
86 22, 100


100,411 100,41 1!


403

i,354
1,757

3,977
1,629


5,606


882

20
902


161

, 541
702

1,193
489

1,682


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Month ended Period i Period
31st March, January-March January-March,
Article and Countries 1949. 1949. 1948.
Denomination. --
uantit al Quantity, value. Quantity. Value

Peanuts lb. Antigna ... 985 197 985 197
United Kingdom ...t 42 20 42 201
Martinique .. 300 60
Dominica .. 1,865 373
Barbados ... 15,931 3,177 28,522 5,696 450 90
Grenada ... 200 40
St. Lucia ... 3,908 782 8,948 1,790 1,266 253
Trinidad ... 45,002 8,954 101,626 19,749i 75,511 14,571
Aruba ... 1,360 2721 650 130
Total ... 65,868 13,130 141,783 27,784, 79.942 15,757

Potatoes Bags Grenada ... 40 155
Trinidad .:. 1,188 6,423 3,280 17,806 50,06- 27,090
Aruba ... 9 49 143 772; 118 637
Barbados ... 2 9
Carriacon ... 84 454 111 5991 52 280
Anguilla ... 40 216
Total ... 1,281 6, 926 3,534 19,177j 5,258 -28,387
T ,,,


TREASURY,
ST. VINCENT,
31st May, 1949.


V. D. ARCHER,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.




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