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Publication Date: April 17, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 29: The Travelling and Subsistence Allowances (Amendment) Regulations
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 30: The Post Office (Amendment) Regulations, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 31: The Prices Control (Amendment No. 14) Notice 1951
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VOL. 84.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 APRIL, 1951. [No. 19.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 164.
SAPPOINTM.
STHE BIRITI
CARI;BB


-... ,

ENT OF MEMBERS OF
SISH SECTION OF TlHE
EAN COMMISSION.


The Secretary,of State fo.r the Colonies
1has appointed Mr. G. H. ADAMs of Bar-
b.dos and the Honourable W. A.
BUSTAMANTE of J.un.li':a na members of
-the British Section of the Caribbean
Commission for the period lp to the end
-of the next (fifth) session of the West
Indian Conference. The Honourable
S. T. CHRISTIAN, O.B.E.. of Antigua and
the Honourable W. H. COURTENAY,
O.B.E. of British iHonduras have been
appointed as alteinhbtes for the same
pribd.
These appointments are. in accordance
with elections held ,among non-official
British delegates to the West Indian
C.onference (fourth ,session) lild in
Cura-cao in November/December, 1950.
17th April, 1951.
(0. 4/1948).

:No. .165.
GENERAL CLERICAL SERVICE.
PROMOTION.
Mr. HUGH A. BOWMxAN, Senior Clerk
(General Post Office), to a Principal
Clerkship in the General Clerical Service
oC th- Colony with effect from 1st


January, 1951, assigned for duty in the
General Post Qffice.'
.,17th,April, 1951.
(P. F. 75).
No. 166.
SECONDMENT.
Mr. M. A. G. HASCH1IELL, Superin-
tendent of Agriculture to postt of
Director of Agriculture, Grenada.
Mr. HANSCHELL, who has been grant-
ed 14 days casual leave from 14th April.
1951, is due to leave the Colony oi 28th
Apiil for Grenada to take up.-his new
appointment t.
17th April, 1951.
(P. F. 404).
No. 167.
RETIREMENT LEAVE.
I Mr. V. P. TI'HEOBALDS, Senior Customs
Officer, 5 months and 21 days' vacation
leave with effect from Ist Apiil, 1951,
prior to retirement froni the Service.
17th April, 1951.
(P.F. 136).
No. 168.
LEAVE AND RESIGNATION.
Mr NATHANIEL A. LOPEY, Jnnior
Clerk, who wasgranted vacationer leave
from 12lh l February, 1951, resigned
from the Service with effect from 12t-h
March, 1951.
17th April, 1951.
(P.F. 459)


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1@0 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 APRIL, 1951.-(No. 19).


No. 169.
ACTING APPOINTMENTS.

Mr. H. 1i. MCOONNIE, Agricultural
officer, as Superintendent of Agriculture
with efect from 14th April, 1951, and
until f trther notice.
17th April, 1951.
(P. F. 354).


No. 170.
Mr. J. H. D. Cox,
(temporarily assigned
apartment as Senior
with effect from 1st
until further notice.
17th April, 1951.
(P.F. 54).


Principal Clerk,
to Customs De-
Customs Officer,
April, 1951 and


No. 171.
RESUMPTION.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 436 of 12th September, 1950, Mr.
BERNARD GIBBS, Government Secre-
tary, &c. who was on duty leave from
16th February, 1950 followed by 28
days' sick leave, resumed the duties of
his substantive post with effect from
16th April, 1951.
17th April, 1951.
(P.F. 170).


No. 172.
PORT ELIZABETH TOWN BOARD.

APPOINTMENT.

Mr. GABRIEL V. BONADIE has been
nominated by Government to fill the
vacancy on the Port Elizabeth Town
Board vice Mr. ISAAC TENNIS.
17th April, 1951.
(A. 10/1949).

No. 173.
LEGISLATION.

The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified that
His Majesty the KING will not be advised
to exercise his power of disallowance in
respect of the following Ordinances of
this Government :-
No. 22 of 1950.-An Ordinance to
amond the Licences Ordinance,
1940.
(.. 22/1943).


No. 28 of 1950.-An Ordinance to-
amend the Kingstown Board Or-
dinance.
(A. 16/1950).
17th April, 1951.

No. 174.
The following Documents are publish-
ed with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 29.-The Travelling and
Subsistence Allowances (Amend-
ment) Regulations, 1951.
(F. 59/1944).

S.R. & O. No. 30.-The Post Office
(Amendment) Regulations, 1951.
(Q.10/1947).

S.R. & 0. No. 31.--The Prices Control
(Amendment No. 14) Notice,.
1951.
(T. 20/1949).
17th April, 1951.



No. 175.
BICYCLES FOR SALE.

Government has for sale two (2)
second-hand bicycles formerly used by
the Treasury Department and Govern-
ment Offiice.
Offers in writing for these bicycles.
will be received by the Colonial Treas-
urer at the Treasury, Kingstown, up to-
4 p.m. on Monday, the 30th instant.
17th April, 1951.



No. 176.
TENDERS.

TENDERS FOR DREDGING OF CHANNEL
AT VILLA BAY, ST. VINCENT,
B.W.I.

Tenders are invited for the dredging:
and clearing of the sea channel through
the reef at Villa a;iy, St. Vincent, B. W. I.
Prints of the hydrographic survey
drawings of the St. Vincent Villa Bay
area can be obtained (on written appli-
cation) from the Surveys Office, Public
Works Depa tinent, St. Vincent, B. W. I..
Tenders must be addressed to:-
His Honour thie Administrator,
Government Office,
S:int Vincent, B. W. I.
should be contained in sealed envelopes-
marked-" TENDER FOR ST. VIN-
CENT REF- FLANNEL CLEARING,"













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 APRIL, 1951.-(No. 19). 1i01


and should reach the Government Office,
Saint Vincent, B, W. I. not later than
8.00 p.m. on Saturday, 2nd June, 1951.
17th April, 1951.



No. 177.
VACANT POSTS.


POST OF CARETAKER-PIPEFITTER,
SOUTHERN AREA WATER SUPPLY
SYSTEM, ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited for appoint-
ment to the post of Caretaker-Pipefitter,
Southern Area Water Supply System.
The salary of the post, which is not
pensionable, is at the rate of $960 per
annum, rising by annual increments of
$96 to $1,440 per annum.
A temporary cost of living allowance
at the approved rate is also payable.
Any application must bein the appli-
cant's own handwriting, accompanied by
any credentials and testimonials which
the applicant may possess, and-should be
addressed to the Saperintendent of
Works, Public Works D e p a r tm e n t,
Kingstown, St. Vincent.
Applications must reach the above
address not later than Tuesday, 15th
May, 1951.
17th April, 1951.
(A. 47/1950).


No. 178.
POST OF. ASSISTANT PIPEFITTER,
SOUTHERN AREA WATER SUPPLY
SYSTEM, ST. VINCENT.

Applications are" invited for appoint-
ment to the post of Assistant Pipefitter,
Southern Area Water Supply System.
The salary of the post is at the rate of
$480 per annum, rising by annual incre-
ments of $72 to $840 per annum.
A temporary cost of living allowance
at the approved rate is also payable.
Any application must be in the apili-
cant's own handwriting, accompanied by
any credentials and testimonials which
the applicant many possess, and should be
addressed to the Superintendent of
Works, Public Works Department.
Kingstown, St. Vincent..
Applications must. reach the above
address not later than Tuesday, 15th
May, 1951.
1.7th April, 1951.
(A. 47/1050).


No. 152.
POST OF ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT
OF WORKS, ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.

Applications are invited for the vacant
post of Assistant Superintendent of Pub-
lic Works, St. Vincent, B.W.I.
The salary of the post is in the scale
$1,920 per annum rising'by annual incre-
ments of $96 to $2,400 per aniium. The
post is pensionable. A cost of- living
allowance at the rate of $190.20 per
annum, or at such other rate as may be
prescribed from time to time, is payable.
A transport allowance at the rate of $480-
per annum, to which a .temporary
increase of 33o% has been added, is also.
paid.
Applicants should have a working
knowledge of the planning, estimating,.
setting out and construction of buildings,
bridges, roads and waterworks and their
maintenance.
Previous experience in a Public Works
Department or with a reputable firm,of.
contractors and experience in the field.
organisation of works and labour will be-
taken into account.
Applications must be addressed to the-
Administrator, Government Office, St.
Vincent, B. W. I.. and should reach not-
later than 15th May, 1951.
Each applicant should state how soon
it would be possible for him, if selected,.
to take up appointment.
S3rd April, 1951.
(C. 2/1951).


By C'ominand.

BERNARD. GIBBS,
Government Secretary..


GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
17th April. 1951.


ST. VINCENT CIVIL SERVICE
ASSOCIATION NOTICE.

NINTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING.

The Ninth Annual General Meeting of
the St. Vincent. Uivii Service Association
will be held at the Public Library on
Wednesday, 18th April, 1951 at 3.00 p.m..

A AGENDA.
1. Re;i.ding and Confirmation of the-
'Minutes of Meefing of 27/11150.
2. QOestions arising out of Minutes.












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3. Submission of A nnuialiReport (1950)
and Audited Financial State'ment.
4. St. Vincent Civil Service Whitley
Council-Secretary's Report.
5. Consideration of Resolutions of
1950 Federation Conference-
(a) 63B-Rediprocity of Secondary
Scholarships in West Indies.
(b) 15(a) Training of Junior Officers
for Senior Posts..
(c) 18LContributory and 4 other
Health Service Schemes.
;(d) 15(c)--Visit Of Lecturer iii Pub-
lic Administration.
*(e) 22 (a)--Colonial Regulations, No.
66.
'6. Correspondence :
Cost of Liviig Allowance, Dispen-
sers' Salaries, Widows' and
Orphans' Pensions' Fund, Fe-
male Mav ir-d Officers.
7. Election of officers for 195112.
8. Other Business.
2. His Honour the Administrator, Mi:.
W. E.. COUTTS, M.B.E., will open and
address the Meeting.. jhe Welcoqme to
Hisl Honour the Auai.lil Reports. His
Honour's address and the vote of tliaLlis
will precede thethe cther business on the
Agenda.
3. All Civil Servnits are cordlially
invited to come and listen to His
Honour's Address.
ERNEST LABORDE:,
Secretary.
Kingstown,
St. Vincent B. W. I.,
3rd April, 1951.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER 'NOTICES.

TREASURY NOTICE.

COLLECTION OF CUSliOMS DTJES,
ETC. AT CUSTOMS.

It is hereby'notified'for -general infor-
mation that, for facilitation of business,
Government h:is! uiditiiak-ii arrange-
ments to, alluw of al, dlies of Customs
and monies payable in respect of allied
matters to be received direct at tliat
departmentt" instead of -as, hereto -ore at
the Tr easury, anl it is hoped that these
fn-ilitws will be available ias from the.
1st Maly, 195.1, including the sale of
stamps for the variots.s ervices.. .


CONTROL NOTICE.

STEEL ,REQUIREMENTS FROI THE
UNITED KINGDOM.

Information has been received that
the supply position of Steel in the Unit-
ed Kingdom has become difficult.
2. Importers are accordingly ask~d
to send in not later than 30th April an
estimate of their requirement s for 1951
in order to oblain -an adequate alloca-
tion for .St;. incer.t.
3. Steel ic-qiirenmeris include:-
Steel Sheets,
Ears,
iPates,
Water Tubing,
SWire and ,Wire Products,
Any other items of Steel.
J. V. ALVES,
'Controller oj Supplies (Acting).
L2th April, 1951,
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WATER SUPPLY NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for the infor-
mation of .the public that: during :the
period 16th to 28th April 1951,, it will
be necessary to lock off :.he-,witer :at
intervals during the hours of Adaylight to
enable the installation of necessary con-
trol apparatus at the intake works at
Waterhouse.
G. MORISON,
Engineer in charge o(r 11aler
Supply Construction..


EDUCATION NOTICES.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

TernmiI. 1 951 will begin on. Monday,
7th May, 1951, at 10.30 a.m.

W. M. L.OPEY,
.. H ; iad,,,thi i'.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
13th April., ] 951.


GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.

Term II, 1951 will begin on Monday,
7th May, 1951, at 10.30 a.m.


*"?ilE TREALU:
90'it.hApril.,


V. D. ARCHER, R. AM. WII
Clon ial Treasurer and sl Acting
Col'ector of Customs.i
RY, GIILS' HIGH SCHOOL,
1951X. i l3ihApril, 1951.


S)EBA N K,
Headmistress.









SAIN VINCENNT, TUESDAY, 17 APRIL, 1951.--(0No. 19).


COTTON CLOSE SEASON.


Notice is hereby given that an O:der
in Council gazetted on the 3rd April,
1951, declare, s the Close Season for
Co; ion to be :;. follows:-
St. Vincent-from Ist May, 1951 to
15th Aulgust, 1951.
Bequia & Mistiqne-from 15th April.
1951 to 31st July, 1951.
St. Vincent G enadines-(except
Bequia A \rutique) from 1st Man,
1951 to 15th July, 1951.
All cotton and olhro plants mus t be
destroyed before tfhe Close Season com-
mences. Owing to the pirvalence of
Pink Boll Worms, growers are asked to
pay particular I:ttmtion to the cleaning
up of their cotton houses.
Any petol.; not complying with the
Close Season Irgulatiois will be liable
to prosecuticii.


M. A. G. HANSCHELL,
Suierin tendent of Agricultu e.

6th April, 1951.
(B. 14/1951).


NOTICE.

PORT ELIZABETH TOWN BOARD
BY-ELECTION.

The Warden will be in attendance at
the Warden's Office on the 23rd day of
April 1951 between the hours of )0 a.m.
and 12 noon for the purpose of talking
Snominatios to fill the vacancy on the
Port Elizabeth Town Board created by
CYRIL MITCHELL. he having missed
there, (3) consecutive meetiris.
Should ; poll be required it will he
taken on Monday 30th April 1951,
between the hours of 9 a.m and 5.30 p.m.
HOWARD E. McINTOSH,
WTardlnd.
Port Elizabeth,
Bequia.
9th April, 1951.


GEORGETOWN TOWN
NOTICE.


BOARD


It is notified for general info n-ation
that the Georgetown Library will be
opened on T'ednesday 18th April, 1957.
A cordial invitation is extended to the
general public.
ST. AUBYN CATO,
Chairman.


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S. .SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTOY RULES 'AND- ORDERS, -

1951, -No. 29.

TRAVELLING AND SUBSISTENCE ALLOWANCES
(AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 17th April, 1951).

1. Short title." These Regulations may be cited as the Travelling and
Subsistence Allowances (Amendment) .Regulations, 1951, and shall be read asohne
with the Travelling and Subsistence Allowances Regulations; 1947, (S. R. & 0. 1947,
No. 9) (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations).

2. Amendment of Second and Third, Schedules of principal
Ordinance. Thesecond and Third Schedules to the principal Regulations are
hereby revoked and replaced by the following ;
SECOND SCHEDULE (Regulatioh 13 (1).
Allowance
Officer, grade or annual rate of pay where no office is per day of
Specified. 24 hours.
Governor -........ ...... ...... .... ... $15*00
Adm inistrators ...... ... ..... ... .... ...... ...... ...... ...... 10-00
Members of Executive and Legislative Councils and Officers not
members of Council whose salaries are not less than $4,320 per
annum ...... ...... .......... .;.... ..... ...... ..... $ 8-00
Officers whose salaries are less -than $4,320 but not less than $2,880
per annum ...... ..... ... ..... .... ..... ..... $ 6-50
SOfficers whgse salaries are less than $2,880 but not less than. $1,440
per annum ...... ...... ..... .. .... ..... ... ....... ..... $ 6,00
Officers whose salaries are less than $1,440 per annum ...... ..... $ 300
THIRD SCHEDULE (Regulation 13 (2)
Allowance
Officer, grade'or annual rate of pay where no office is per day of
specified. 24 hours.
Governor ..., ....... ... .: . .... .. . $20-00
Administrators ...... ... ... ..... .. ...... $16-00
Members of Executive and 'Legislative, Councils and Officers whose
salaries are not less than $4,320 per annum ..... ..... $12-00
Officers whose salaries are less than $4,320 but not less than $2,880 -
per annum ..... ...... ..... ..... .... .... .. ...... ..... $10-00
Officers whose salaries are less than $2,880 but not less than $1,440
9 sper annum ..:... ...... ..... ..; ... $ 8.006
Officers Whose salaries are less than $1,440 per annum $ *00
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3. Commencement. This Order shall come into -operation on the 17th
day of April 1951.


Made-by the Governor in Council under sections 3 and 5 of the Travelling and
Subsistence Allowances Ordinance, 1946, (No. 34 of 1948), this 30th day of March
1951.

S- HENRY. H. WILLIAMS,
Acting Clerk of Executive C', 1."
(F. 59/1944).


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1951, No. 30.

POST OFFICE (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 17th April, 1951).

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Post Office
(Amendment) Regulations, 1951, and shall be read as one with the Post Office
Regulations, 1938, (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations) and all
amendments thereto. -

2. _Regulation 72 revoked and replaced. Regulation 72 of the
principal Regulations is hereby revoked and replaced as follows:-
"72. OFFICERS ENTITLED TO SEND INLAND POSTAL PACKETS
FREE OF CHARGE. The following Officers shall be entitled to send official
postal packets free of postage. Such officers shall sign their names or
initials above their official designationis in the lower left-land corner of the
packet, which shall be marked at the top, in front "On His Majesty's
Service" :-
(A) Without restriction :-
His Excellency the Governor.-
The Private Secretary.
The Government Secretary.
The Chief Secretary Windward Islands.
The Administrator.
Judges of the Supreme Court.
Members of the Executive Council.
Members of the Legislative Council.
The.Clerks to the Councils.
Heads of Departments.
The DIputy Registrar, Supreme Court.
The Senior Clerk, Government Departments.
The Principal Clerk Audit Office.
Police Magistrates.
S Magistrates' Clerks.
Income Tax Officer.
District Medical Officers.
The Resident Surgeon,-
The Physician Colonial Hospital.
Agricultural Assistants.
The Officer in Charge Camden Park Experiment.Station.*
The Veterinary Officer Windward Islands.
Agricultural Instructors.
T1he Assistant Superintendent of Roads.









The Assistant Superintendent of Works.
The Manager, Government Cotton Ginnery.
The Assistant Superintendent of Police.
The Storekeeper, Public Works Department.
Revenue Officers i/c District Offices.
The Chairman, Kingstowvp Board.
The Clerk, TMedical Department.-
The Secretary, St. Vincent Chamber of Commerce.
The Headmaster, St. Vincent Grammar School. ,
S The Headmistress; St. Vincent Girls' High School.
The Inspector-of Schools. .
The Chairman of the St. Vincent Society foi Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals.
j The Secretary of the St. Vincent Society for Prevention of Cruelty to -
Animals.
The -President and the Secretary of the St. Vincent Civil Service
Association.
The- President and the Secretary-Treasurer of the St. Vincent. Public
Officers Credit Union Society.
The Chairman and the Secretary, Government Housing Loans Bo.ird.
(B) Restricted- -
Chairman or Wardens -of the -Small Townks Boards To. the'
Administrator and the Local Government Officer.
Chairman or Wardens of the Village Councils-To the Administrator
and the local Government Officer.
Crown' Land and Land' S&ttlement 'Rangers-To .the Agricultural
Department.
Crown Land Conservators-To the Agricultural Department.
Custodians of Public Cemeteries-To Chairman, Small Towns Boards,
S and Chairman, Village Councils.
Dispensers-To Officers of the Medical Department and to Police in
Charge of Stations,. on medical business of the District.
District Postmasters and-Postimistresses-To the Colonial, Postmaster.
District Process Servers-To Court Bailiffs or to other District Process
Servers.
District Registrars-To the Registrar, District Medicall Officer or other
-': district Registrars.
SEngineer, Foreman of Works Construction, Foremen, Road Wardens
and -Overseers of Roads-To .the Superintendent of- Works'
SDepartment. -
Government Pensioners-To the Coloiial Treasurer.
Land Tax Bailiffs-To' Tax Officers or to other Land Tax. Bhiliffs-'
Members of the Kingstown Board-To the.Chairman of the Board, or
to other members thereof on town business.
SMembers of the Education Board-To the Education Officer, the.
S-Inspector of Schogls, the Secretary of. the Bard,. or to other
Members on education business.
:Members of the Chamber of Comierce-To the Secretary,: on the ..
S Chamber's business.
V Ministers of Religion-To the Colonial-Treasurer.
NoniOCjimiission1lEd Officers of the Police Force in charge.of Stations-

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To the Superintendent of 'Police and to Officers of any Government
Department or persofis in Gbvernmeht employ, on public business.
Librarian Public Library-To subscribers to the Library.
Relieving' Officers-To the Chief Relieving Officer, the. Colonial
Treasurer, or to other Relieving Officers.
School Managers-To the Education Officer, the Inspector of Schools,
the Secretary of the Board of Education, and to their Teachers.
BShool Teachers-To thdir-Man-gers, or to the Education Officer, the:
Inspector of Schools and the Secretary of the Board of Education.
SSecretary of the .Clamber of Commerce-Td members ofthe Chamber.
Supreme Court Bailiffs-To the. Registrar.
STelephone .Operators-To the Superintendent of. Electricity and
Telephones, the Colonial Treasurer or other Telephone-Operators.
Savings Barik. Depositors-To the Managers of the Savings Bank,
SKingstown, and District Savings Banks; Georgetown, Barrouallie,_
and Union Island. (This privilege is applicable only toPass Books
sent in compliance with Savings .Bank Regulations of 5th May,
1911). -
The Secretaries arid Treasurers of registered Agricultural Credit
S Societies-To the Registrar and the Inspector of Agricultural
Credit. Societies.
The Chief Sanitary Inspector-To District Sanitary Inspectors .and
vice versa-

(C)"

: Letters addressed .to the Officer, Administering the Government
containing petitions -br communications -on the public business 'of
the Colony are also exempted from Inland Postage; but if letters so
posted without prepayment-of postage are found to contain other
matter, the writers are liable to a penalty.


FOREIGN POST.

His Excellency 'the -Governor.
The Private Secretary..
The Government Secretary.
The Chief Secretary Windward Islands.
The Administrator -
The-Judges of the Supreme Court. :-
Heads of Government Departments.
The. Deputy Registrar, Supreme Court-
S'The Auditor, Windward-Islands.
The Assistant Government Secretary. : .. ...
*The Principal Clerk, Audit Office.
S The Senior Clerk, Department of Agriculture. '
The Chairman and the Secretary, Government Housing Loans Board. '
The-Veterinary Officer, Windward Islands, -
The Income-Tax Officer.
The Headmaster Grammar School.. .
-The Headmistress Girls' High School,


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Made 8y the Governor in, Council under section 22 of the Post Office
Ordinance (Cap. 134) this 30th day of March 1951.

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acting\Clerk of Executive Council.

(Q 10/1947);.


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GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 16 cents. ]
1951.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY, R. LES AND ORDERS,

S 1951, No. 31.

P.icE:-; CONTROL AMENDMENTT NO. 14) NOTICE.

S(Gazetted 17th April, 1951).

3. Short title. This Notice 1nay be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 14) Notice.

2. Amendment. _.The prices set out hereunder are the Maximum
prices for which the articles enurmerated 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 u;ords, figures and symbols occuring-in the columns,
cppsie the articles : Biscui a-Unsweetened-Bermudcz Crix Brand," "Biseuits
-- '2-. et:eened-Bermudez Marie," Cheese,. Australian, Cheddar," and substituting
therefor the following :
FIRST SCH-EDULE-PART B.

Article. Maximum Wholesale Price Maximum Retail Price.

B- s- nweete ed ra A" Area 1" A rea ."
B'^c iis-Ilunweetpnedi--
ieerimulez Crix Braid $9.48 per drumin of 35 lbs. 32c. per lb. 33c. per lb. 34c. per lb.
2 biscuits 2 biscuits 2 biscuits
B.-; eiis-Sv eti1'.- .. for Ic. for 1c. for lc.
5i-,'rmnalez Miarie ... $10.4)9 per rn ii of 36c. per 1b. 36i1c. p'er lb. 361c. peAr ib.

O(liRbe Allstrali;in--
OCh'idlu; ... $13.69 er head of 78c, per lb' 79c per lb. 80c. per Ib.
20 1-. ___

Area "A means the town of Kingstown and within one mile thereof.
Area B" means all other places throughout the Coloriy other than those.
mer tioned in Areas A and C ".
Area C" means all the villages of Overland, Saniy Bay, Owie, Faney
WVlndsor Forest and the St. Vi'ncent-Orenadihn.

MrIe by the Com.DOtent Avthori-ty und"r settoi 30 of the Prices Contro~
Order 1947 (SR..S& O. No. 25) this 16th day of April, 1951.;
J. V. ALVES,
A.. Controller of Supplies.
(T 20/1949).

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S[ Price 4 cents. ]
1951 .




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