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        Page 123
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        Page 126
    Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7), (8)
        Page A-1
    The lists of the Names of Registration Officers, Assistant Registration Officers, and Enumerators appointed for the registration of electors for the Legislative Council General Election, 1951
        Page B-1
        Page B-2
        Page B-3
        Page B-4
        Page B-5
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 35: Proclaiming and Notifying Wednesday the 16th day of May 1951 to be "the appointed day" within the meaning, and for the purposes of the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance, 1951.
        Page C-101
        Page C-102
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 36: The Legislative Council (Electoral Districts) Order, 1951
        Page C-103
        Page C-104
        Page C-105
        Page C-106
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 37: The Legislative Council (Remuneration of Election Officers Rules), 1951
        Page C-107
        Page C-108
        Page C-109
        Page C-110
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 38: The Prices Control (Amendment No. 16) Notice, 1951
        Page C-111
    Accounts of the Colony for 1st January to 31st December 1950
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 84.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 MAY, 1951. [No. 24.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


:No. 207....


PRE-RETIREMENT LEAVE.
I


It is announced for general information that His Honour Mr. G. C. GREEN,
'C.M.G., M.B.E., Administrator of Grenada, will proceed on leave shortly pending
retirement from His Majesty's Colonial Service.
8th May, 1951.
A 62/43


No. 208.
EMPIRE YOUTH SUNDAY,
1951.


MAY 6th,


The following Message from His
Majesty the King is published for
,general information :-
BUCKINGHAM
PALACE
The Queen and I greatly appreciate
the loyal message which we have re-
ceived on the occasion of Empire Youth
Sunday, and send our best wishes to all
who are sharing in the observance.
We hope that as young people of all
parts of the British Family of Nations
join in worship on this day, whether
in a famous capital city or in some
small and lonely village, they will be
,conscious of the spiritual bond which
unites them, and will draw courage anwl
inspiration for the tasks which lie
.ahead.
No generation has ever inherited
graver problems or faced more formid-
-able perils, but no generation has ever


had greater opportunities for shaping
for good the future of the world. We
pray that under God's guidance our
young people may learn the wisdom
which accepts problems as a challenge,
the unselfishness which welcomes bur-
dens as an opportunity and the courage
which uses perils as a spur so that, thus
equipped, they may loyally serve not
only their own Commonwealth but
Mankind.
GEORGE R.
8th May, 1951.

No. 209.
GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1951.

Under the provisions of Section 13
of the Legislative Council (Elections)
Ordinance, 1951, the Honourable P.
CECIL LEWIs, Crown Attorney, has
been appointed Supervisor of Electioni
in conjunction with the duties of his
substantive post.
Sth May, 1951.
(J. 26/1950).


Published by Axthorit4.


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1' SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 MAY, 1951.--(No. 24).


No. 210.
The following lists of descriptions of
Polling Divisions for the undermention-
ed Electoral Districts prepared in
accordance with the provisions of
Section 7 of the Legislative Council
(Elections) Ordinance, 1951, are publish-
ed for general information with this
issue of the Gazette :-
(1 Electoral District of- Nort-h, Leeward,
(2 Electoral District of' South Leeward,
(3) Electoral District of Kingstown,
(4) Eleetoral District of St. George,
5) Electoral District of South Windward,
(6) Electoral District of CentralWindward,
) Electoral District of North Windward,
) Electoral District of The Grenadines.
8th May, 1951.
(J. 26/1950).

No. 211.
The lists of the Names of Registration
Officers, Assistant Registration Officers,
and. Enumerators appointed for the regis-
tration of electors for the Legislative
Council General Election, 1951, are
published for general information with
this issue of the Gazette.
8th May, 1951.
(J. 26/1950).

No. 212.
COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT, iCING
GEORGE V PLAYIN-G 1~I:ELD: 19-5.1.

The Administrator has been pleased,
to appoint the undermentioned person-
nel to serve on the Committee of Man-
agement of the King George V Playing
Field, under Section 2 of the King
George V Playing Field (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1950, for a period of one
year, with effect from 20th, March,
1951:-
R. E. BAYN.ES, Esq., Chairman,
The Superintendent of Works
(ex officio),
A. C. CYRUS, Esq., (Kingstown Town
Board representative),
R. G. WILLIAMS, Esq.
F. G. THOMAS, Esq.,
R. M. CATO, Esq.,
T. BRURiTON, Esq.,
The Games Master,'Grammar School,
(ex officio) Secaetary.
8th May, 1951.
(A. 41/1948.)


No. 213.
TRANSFER.

Mr. U. G. CRICK, B.A., Senior Assis-
tant Master, St. Vincent Boys' Grammnr
School, to the ,ost of Headmaster, St.
Kitts Grainu.ar School.


Mr. CRICK left the Colony on the
5th May, 195.1, to take up his new
appointment.
8th May, 1951.
(P. F. 204).

No. 214.
RESUMPTION.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 479 of 3rd October, 1950, Mr.
FREDERICK T. JOHN, with effect from
1st May, 1951.
8th May, 1951.
(P.F. 254).

No. 215.
VISIT OF
AMERICAN CONSUL GENERAL,
PORT-OF-SPAIN.

It is notified for general information
that Mr. ROBERT F. HIALE, American
Consul General in Port-of-Spain, pro-
poses to pay a visit to the Colony from
May 23rd to May 28th, during which he
will take formal applications for visas
from persons desiring to visit the Unit-
ed States. Time will not permit Mr.
HALE to grant unscheduled interviews
with visa applicants, and anyone who is
planning to make an application and
has not yet written to the office of the
Consul General should do so before-
Mir. HALE'S visit.
8th May, 1951.
(R. 3/1949).

No. 216.
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 Ordinance of
this Government :-
No. 2) of 1950.-An Ordinance to
S amend the King George V Play-
ing Field Ordinance, 1945.
(A. 41/1948).
8th May, 1951.

No. 217.
The following Documents are publish-
ed with this issue of the Gazette :-
S.R. & 0. No. 35.--Proclaiming and
notifying Wednesday the 16th
day of May 1951 to he "the
appointed day" within the mean-
ing, and for the pnrposos of the
Legislative Council (Elections)
Ordinance, 1951.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 MAY, 1951.--No. 24).


S.R. & O. No. 36.-The Legislative
Council (Electoral_. Districts)
Order, 1951.

S.R. & O. No. 3,7.-The Legislative
Council (Reminneration of Elec-
tion Officers Roles), 1951.
(J. 26/1950).

S.R. & O.No. 38.-The Prices Control
(Ammendent No. 16) Notice, 1951.
(T. 20/1949).
8th May, 1951.

No. 218.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Accounts of the C0lony for the
period 1st January to 31st December,
1950, are published with this issue of
the Gazette.
8th May, 1951.


No. 198.
MISCELLANEOUS.

Copies of the Almanac fo 1951,
compiled for the use of Government
Departments, may be obtained at the
Government Printing Office, price
twenty-four cents each.
24th April, 1951.

No. 199.
DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE IN
THiE WEST INDI'ES.

REPORT BY THE COMPTROLLER
FOR THE YEAR 1950.

A limited number of copies of the
above Report are on sale at Government
Office, Kingstown, at the price of 66c.
per copy.
24th April, 1951.
(D.W. 7/1943).

No. 205.
BANK HOLIDAYS.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Monday, the 14th May (Whit Monday),
being a Bank Holiday, all.Public Olices
will be closed on that day.
1st. May. 1951.

No. 193.
Under the Bank Holidaiys Ordinance,.
Thursday the 24th. May (Corpus Christi):
being a Bank Holiday, all Public Oftices
will be closed on that day.
* 24th April, 1951.
(A. 7/1943.)


No. 194.
SUnder the Bank Holidays Ordinance,,
Friday the 25th May is declared a Bank
Holiday for the purpose of celebrating
Empire Day (24th May) which falls on
the same day as Corpus Christi.
All Public Offices will, therefore, be-
closed on that day.
24th April, 1951.
(A. 7/1943.)

13y U'nimand,
BERNARD GIBBS,
Gover unent Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
8th May, 1951.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

POST OFFICE NOTICES.

It is notified for general information
that due to Whit Monday the Marcelle
S" will commence her 1st run of the
week to the Grenadines on Tuesday 15th
May instead of Monday 14th May.
2. Due to Corpus Christi and Empire
Day on 24th and'25th May the Marcelle
S" will only perform one run to the
Grenadines commencing on Monday 21st
May, 1951 and the 2nd run of that week
will be cancelled.

G. ELFORD WILLIAMS,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
St. Vincent,
5th May, 1951.


ST. VINCENT WEST INDIES UNIVER-
SITY COMMEMORATIVE STAMPS-
WITHDRAWAL OF.

It is notified for general information
that St. Vincent West Indies University
Commemorative Stamps in 3 cents and
12 cents denominations will be with-
d,rawn from issue at the close of'- 15th
May, 1951, and will be replhic'd on 16th
May, 1951 by ordinary issue St. Vincent
Stamps of those sanm. denominations.

G. ELFORD WILLIAMS,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
St. Vincent
3rd May, 1951.
(Q. 2/1950).


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 MAY, 1951.-(No. 24).


TREASURY NOTICE.

"LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE."

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned 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 12th
May, 1951, at the Treasury for the recovery of Taxes due thereon.
V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.


TREASURY,
ST. VINCENT,
17th April, 1951.

Names
Browne, Matilda
Dalzine, Mable
Lowmans, Claude


Periera, Joseph
Spence, Osborne
Glasgow, Louisa


Boatswain, Enada
Cupid. Ormoud
Mulrain, James Hrs. of


DISTRICT III
Locality
Vermont
Lowmans
Castle Grant
DISTRICT IV
Preddies Park
Hermitage
Rutland Vale
DISTRICT I
Marriiqua
Fair Hall
Richmond Hill


Property.
. House spot
. House
Honse


acre
ac. 2 rd.
Roods


17 poles


3 acres
1 House
1 House spot.


CUSTOMS NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general information that the following hours have
been fixed for the receipt at the Customs of all monies payable threat :
From To
On Monday, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 8 a.m. 2 p.m.
On Wednesday 8 a.m. 11 a.m.
The co-operation of Merchants and other interested members of the public is
earnestly' requested in order that these new arrangements may function, as
desired, smoothly and to general advantage.
V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer and Collector of Customs.
The Treasury,
Treasury Chambers,
1st May, 1951.


EDUCATION NOTICE.


CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS,
1951.

The Cambridge Local Higher School
Certificate and School Certificate Exam-
inations will be held at this Centre in
December, 1951.
The fees payable at the Treasury are
as follows :-
(a) University Fee :
H. S. C. 4. 0. 0.
S. C. 2.5.0.


(b) Local Fee :
(H. S. C. & S. C.) 2.0.
Entry Forms may be obtained from
the Local Secretary, to whom the Forms,
duly filled up, should be returned not
later than Saturday 9th June, 1951.
Information in connexion with pri-
vate entries" may be obtained from the
Local Secretary.


W. M. LOPEY,
Local Secretary.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
28th April, 1.951.


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Legislative Council
Ordinance:


(1),


(2),


(3),


(4),


(5),


(Elections)


(6),


(7),


(8)






THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) -ORDINANCE, 1961.
SFoE A 3. -
List of the Names of Registration Officers.


Electoral District.


North Leeward

South Leeward-

Kingstown

St. George

South Windward

Central Windw.a, d

North Windward

The Grenadines


Name of Registration
Officers.


Mr. J. Ferdinaud

Mr. S. A. Thomas,

Mr. C. G. Huggins

Mr. George, Dougan

Mr. C. F. Browne

Mr. E. Ballah

Mr. G. F.'Jack

Mr. Cuthbert John


Address of
RLegistration Officers..


Rose Hall

Que.telles -

Frenches

Rathonill

Mesopotamia

Biabou

Georgetown

IBequia


List of the Names of Assistant Registration Officers.

Number. Elector strctName"of Assistant Address of Assistant
Number. electoral District Registration Officers. Registration Officers.


1 North Leeward Mr. G, M. Sandy Barrouallie

2 South Leeward Mr. W. Alexander Layou

3 Kingstown Mr. Conrad Bute Kingstown

4 St. George Mr. S. A. Davy Belair

5 South Windward Mr. Hubert Daisley Stubbs

6 Central Windward Mr. W. A. Latchnan Park Hill

7 North Windward Miss Meta Lougheed Sandy Bay

8 The Grenadines Mr. Lisle Browne Uniiin Islald


Numbe~r.







LIST PF THE NAMES OF ENUMERATORS.
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH LEEWARD.


-POLLING DIVISION,
Number.
Name of Place, if. any.

1 Richmond Yale-etc.

2- Town oefChatearibelair:

3 Petit Bordel etc.

4- Rose Hall ete .

5 Troumaca etc

6 Westwood etc,,

7 Spring,Village etc


8

9 "


Northern Barroual lie etc

Southern
Barrouallie etc.


Namne of Enumerator.


Mr.-Samuel Cunningham

MrT. CyriO Charles

Mr. Richard John

Mrs.-Selina Ferdlinand

Miss Vena Burke

Mr. Benjamin Marshall

Mr. Milton Samuel

Miss Effie Findlay


Mr. Alwyn Mandeville


Address of
Enumerator.


Chateaubelair

ChateauLelair

-Chateaubelair

Rose Hall

Troumaca

Westwood

Spring Villige

Barrouallie'


Barrouallie


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH LEEWARD.


POLLING DIVISION.
umber, -------------
Name of Place, if alny.


1 Northern Layou etc.

2 Southern Layou etc.

3 Cane (drove etc.,

4 Retrect etc.

5 C hauncey etc.

6 Questelles etc.

"7- Camden Park etc

8 Lowmns etc.

9 Edinboro etc.
_____ __ ________ **


Name of Enumerator.


Mr. Rudolph Theobalds

Mr. Daniel Williams

Mr. Robert Bo\ien

Mr. W. Mre. Dowall-

Mr. Cecil Straker

Miss Germaine Stephens

Mr. Denville Lockhart

Mr, Edmund Israel

Mr. Fitzroy DIellimore


Address of
Enumerator.


Layo-u.

I:you

Buccament Bay

Buccament

Chauncey

Questelles

Camnden PArk

Lowmans

Edinboro


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ELECTORAL DIST T OF KINGTOWN.
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KINGSTOWN.


'POLLING DIVISION.
Number. Name of Enumerator.
Name of Place, if aiy.

1 Montrose etr. Mr. Jonathan Alives

2 Kingstown Park etc. Mr. H., A. Bowman

3 Richmond Hill. etc. Mr. Conrad Chlarles


SMurray Road etc.


James Stfiret etc.

Paul's. Atenue, etc.

. Bdford Street etc.

Higginson Street etc.

Rose'Place etc.


Mr. Francis Bute


Mr. Basil Coonmis

Mr. John Bailey

Mr. Septimus B. Cox

Mr. Montgomeiy Daisley

Miss Laura Hendrickson-


Address of
Enumerator.


Montrose

Kingstown Park

Richmond Hill
Village

:Richmond Hill
Village

Kingstown

Kingstown

Kingstown

Kingstown

Kingstown


ELECTORAL DISTRICT' OF, ST.GEORGE.
I


POLLING DIVISION.

Nane of place, if amny.

Dorsetshire Hill etc.

Gomea etc.

lelimont etc.

Brighton etc.

Calliaqua el c.

Belair etc.

Arnos Vale etc.

Sion Hill etc.


N ame. of Enumerator.


Mr. Stanley Morris

Mr. Darnley Williams

Mr. C. Boatswvain

Mr. 'Wilbert Phillips'

Mr. Charles Phills

-Mr. Darrell Walker

Mr. Alfred K. John

Mr. Hugh Hamlett


Address of
Enhumerator.


Dorsetshire Hill

Conimea-

Prospect

Brighton

Calliaqua

Belair

Arnos Vale

Liehmiond Hill
Village


Number.



1



3

4

5

6

7

8


1


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ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH WINDWARD.
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH WINDWARD.


POLLING DIVISION.
Number.
Namr, o Place, if any.

1 Collins etc.

2 Freeland etc.

3 Upper Richland Park
etc.
4 Hopewell etc.

S 5 Mesopotamia etc.

6 Calder etc.

7 Evesham etc

8 Diamond etc.,

9 Upper Stubbs etc.

10 Lower Stubbs etc.
I--


Name of Enumerator.


Mr. Frank John

Mr. Reuben Bailey

Mr. Alphonso Lewis

Mr. Edward -Richardson

Mr. Henry Browne

Mr. Cecil Jackson

Mrs. Gwendolyn Collymore <

Mr. Albert Jocolyn

Miss Hetty Guy

Miss Josephine Jack


Address of
.Enumerator.


Evesham

Mt. Pleasant

Richland Park

Hopewell

Evesham Vale

Victoria Village

Evesham

Diamond

Stubbs

Stubbs


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CENTRAL WINDWARD


PoLLIING DivIsioN.

Name of l'lace, if any.


South Rivers etc.

Park Hill etc.

Friendly Village etc.

Diamond Village

New Grounds etc.

Lower Lowmans etc.
Greggs etc.

Cedars-etc.

Biabou ete,


\
Name of Enumerator.


Mr. Vincent Beach

Mr. Jerome Fcreira

Mr. Alban Periera

Mr. Roy King

Mr. Aville Cupid

Mr. Cecil King

Mr. Elymas Williams

Mr. Emil Woods'

Mr. Lloyd Hull


Address of
Enumerator


South Rivers

Park Hill

South R-ivers

Diamond

New Grounds

Lowmans

Greggs

Biabou

Biabou


Number.


1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9


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K 5

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH WINDWARD.
,.-.. '_"" '---- "" -^ ------- i'
POLLING DIVISION. Ad s
Nubher.- .Name of Enumerator. Enumerator.
Name 6f Place, if any..

1, Fancy-Owia Mr. -William Charles Fancy

2 Sandy Bay etc. Mr, W. .Daniel Sandy Bay

3 Orange Hill etc. Mr. Errey John Georgetewn_

4 Mt. Bentinck etc. Miss Agnes-Cordice Georgetown

5 Chili etc. Miss Rhona Liverpool Chili

6 Dickson's etc. Miss Vivienne James Dicklson's

7 Georgetown etc. Mr. Mervyn Cuffy Georgetow.n

8 Byera etc. Mr. Allan King Byera

9 Colonarie etc. Mr. George Horne Gorse


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF- THE GRENADINES.

S PeLLING DIVISION. Address of
]umbr. EName of Enumerator. Enumerator.
Name of Place, if any.

lI Port.Elizabeth etc. Mr. J. D. Woods Bequia

2 Hanmilton etc. Mr. Gabriel Bonadie Beqinia

3 Belmont etc, Mr. Regiton Samuel Bequia

4 Paget Farm etc. Mr. Silvanus Burke Bequia

5 MTustique Mr. Letclie Dickson Mustique

6 .Canouan Mr. Lawrence Birereton Canouan

7 Mayreau, Mr. George Glasgow Mayreau

8 Clifton Mr. Prince Olouden Union Island

9 Ashton Miss Florence Wallace Union Island
s-- "

P. OECIL LEWIS,
Supervisor of Elections.
Dated at the Electoral Office, ingstown. this 8th day of May, 1951.








SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS ,

S 1951, No. 35

(Gazetted 8th May, 1951.) \

BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.


A PROCLAMATION.


[ L.S.


W. F. COUTTS,
Administrator.


WHEREAS it is provided by Rule 2 of the Registration Rules contained in the
Second Schedule to the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance, 1951, that the
Governor may by Proclamation appoint a day called "the appointed day" on
which registration officers of electoral districts shall commence the preparation
of preliminary lists of qualified electors in such districts :

AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the preparation of the said preliminarylists
shhll e undertaken as doon as possible:
I Do THEREFORE proclaim and notify that Wednesday the 16th day of May
1951, shall be the appointed day within the meaning, and for the purposes of,
the said Rule, and all registration officers are hereby required to take nQtice and
govern themselves accordingly.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Island of S?,int Vincent at
Government Office in the said Island this Seventh day of May
in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and t ty-one and in
the Fifteenth Year of the Reign-of His Majesty KING GEORGE THE
SIXTH.

GOD SAVE THE KING !

(J 26/1950)


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SAINT VINCENT. .
U 3 7.5 .

STATUTORY RULES AND 4DERS,

-1951, No. 36. -

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
ORDER.

S(Gazetted 8th May, 1951.)

1. Short title. 'his Order may be cited as the Legislative Council
(Electoral Districts) Order, 1951.

2. Division of Colony into Electoral Districts. For the purposes
of section 3 of the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance, 1951, the Colony
shall be divided into the eight electoral districts specified in the Schedule hereto
and the boundaries of the said districts shall be as shown in the said Schedule.
-SCHEDULE.

-North Leeward Electoral District.
North and West'- Coastline from point between Rutland Vale and Mt. Wynne
Estates to promontory opposite Bloody Rock.

East Rocky promontory opposite Bloody Rock along central ridge.
South From point on coastline between Rutland Vale and Mt.
Wynne Estates along ridge between the Estates through
Happy Hill ridge to central ridge of the Island.
Soth Leeward Electoral District.
North The southern boundary of the Electoral District of North
SLeeward.

South and East Coastline from Johnson's point to Battery- Hill, opposite
Marshall's residence (excluding Marshall's residence), thence
in a straight line to the road at Battery Hill, thence along
the road in a northerly and westerly direction to Monte-
beJlo, thence along the ridge to Montrose Estate, thence
along the western ahd northern boundaries of Montrose
EsIate,thence along the ridge to Mt. St. Andrew, thence
along the central ridge to Happy Hill.

Coastline from .point between Rutland Vale and Mt. Wynne
Estates to Jolinson's point.,


(S0 ,










North


East


South




Wegat


North and East

/




South


West



North and East


Kingstown Electoral District.
- The southern and eastern boundaries of the Electoral Dis-
trict of S6uth Leeward from Battery Hill to Mt. St. Andrew.

- Along ridge to Fenton Mountain thence along the ridge to
McLean' house (including McLean's house).

- 'Along McLean's private road to Dorsetshire Hill road, thence
along Dorsetshire Hill road to Sion Hill Market, thence
along old Sion Hill road to Long Wall, thence down large
gutter at Long Wall to sea coast.

- Coastline to starting point.

St. George Electoral District.


- Line from Mt. St. Andrew along Eyry Ridge to the Vigie
Highway, thence along the Vigie Highway in an easterly
direction to its junction with Belmont byeway, thense along
the Belmont Iyeway to stream between Glamorgan and
Southwood, thence along this stream to the Ribishi river,
thence along the Ribishi River to the sea coast, thence
along the coastline to point opposite Milflgan's Cay.

- Coastline from point opposite Milligan's Cay to southeastern
boundary of the"Electoral District of Kingstown.

- The eastern boundary of the Electoral District of Kingstown,

South Windward Electoral District.
- Ridge from Grand Bonh,:nme to Petit Bonhomme, thence
along the ridge to Maroon Hill, thence along the ridge
forming the northern boundaries of Hopewell, Sayers and
Argyle Estates to the Eacapl Roman Catholic Church,
thence along the Church to the spa coast, thence along the
--sea coast to the mouth of the Ribishi River.


South and West The northern and eastern boundaries of the Electoral District
/ of St. George.


N N
Central Windward Electoral District.
- The Colonarif River from its source to the boundary of
Three Rivers allotments, thence around the western, northern
and eastern boundaries of the Three Rivers allotments to the
Colonarie ;River, thence down the Colonarie River to the
sea coast.

- Thecoastline from Colonarie. River to point on sea coast
opposite Escape Roman Catholic Church.


North





'East






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South The northern an4 eastern boundaries of the Electoral
District of South Windward.

West The central ridge,
North Windward Electoral District.
.. North and East Coastline from point opposite-Bloody Rock to Colonarie River.

South The northern boundary of the Electoral District of Central
Windward.

West Central ridge from Hill 3404 to point,opposite Bloody Rock.

The Grenadines Electoral District.
All the Islands of the Grenadines included in the Colony of Saint Vincent.


Made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Legislative Council
(Elections) Ordinance, 1951, No. 13 of 1951, this 7th day of May 1951.

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(J. 26/1950).

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S TATTITORYjRULES AN DES,-..
4 .1951, No. 37. -

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (REMUNERATION OF.
ELECTION OFFICERS) RULES.

(Gazetted 8th May, 1951,)

1. Short Title. These Rules may be cited as the Legislative Council
(Eremuneration-of Election Officers) Rules*1951.
----2. Interpretation. In these. Rules "the Ordinance" means the
Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance, 1951:
S3. Remuneration to Registration officers. A Registration Officer
shall be paid the sum of forty dollars for his services in connection with the
registration of electors in an electoral district.
4.',. Remuneration to Assistant Registration Officers. An Assistant
Registration Officer shall be 'paid' the sum of thirty dollars for his"services in
connection with the registration of electors in an electoral district.
5. Remufneration.tlEnumerators. (1) The Enumerators, for a
house to house carrvas for the 'preparation of the list of electors, shall be paid:-
-(a),in fairly populated localities three cents per name entered in the
Index Book.
(b) in localities classified as between fairly populated and remote areas four
cents per name entered in 'the Index, Book.
(c) in remote areas five cents per-name entered in the Index Book.
-(2) The Supervisor of Elections shall classify localities for the purposes of
this regulation.
6. Remuneration to Returning Officers. Every Returning Officer
shall be paid the sum of thirty dollars for his services in connection with the
election of a member for anelectoral district if the election is contested, and the
,sum of 'twenty dollars if the election is not contested.
7. Remuneration to Election Clerks. Every Election Clerk shall be
paid the sunm of twenty dollars for-his services in connection with the election of
a member for an electoral district if the election is contested, and the sum of
fifteen dollars if the election.is not/contested.
8. Remuneration to Presiding Officers. Ev e-r y Presiding Officer
shall be paid the sum of six dollars for his services in connection with the electiofi
of a member for an electoral district.
S 9. Remuneration to Poll Clerks. -Every Poll Clerk shall, be 'paid the
sum of four dollars for his services in connection with the election of a member
for an electoral district.


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10. Typing, of Preliminary Lists. A Typist, appointed to type copies
of the Preliminary Lists of Electors, shall be paid at the rate of one cent for each
name typed.
11. Rental of,Polling Stations., For each polling station rented for.
polling day, there shall be paid a sum not exceeding three dollars.
12. Duties of Returning Officers. (1) Upon his being appointed, the
Returning Officer shall take and subscribe to thie oath set out as Form No. 20 in
the First Schedule to the Ordinance, and transmit such oath to the Supervisor of
Elections.
(2) He shall receive and-study carefully the instruction books to returning
officers, presiding officers and poll clerks (Books C and D) and'the Ordinance.
(3) He shall establish al official office in his electoral district.
(4) He shall receive and check the supplies to be used for the taking of the
poll and secure the necessary number of ballot boxes. -
(5) He shall receive and endorse the writ of election..
(6) On receipt of the writ he shall issue the election notice.
(7) He shall send one form of the nomination paper and one form of the
statutory declarations to every prospective candidate.
(8) He shall attend at the place fixed for nomination from 9 a.m. to 12 noon
on nomination day; receive the nomination papers and' statutory declarations of
candidates with the requisite deposits; issue receipts; supply'forms to candidates
for the appointment of agents; lodge deposits in the Treasury or Sub-Treasury;
and undertake all other duties in connection with the nomination as directed by
the Supervisor of Elections.
(9) In cases where there is only one candidate nominated, he shall despat'ch
to the Supervisor of Elections the returns necessary.
(10) He shall make all arrangements for and supervise the taking of thepoll
on polling day, and have collected after the close of the poll on polling day, the
ballot boxes and the preliminary statements of the poll.
(11) On the evening of polling day he shall prepare the preliminary
compilation of the votes polled, and communicate the results as soon as available
to the Supervisor of Elections.
(12) He shall add up the votes on the day fixed for that purpose by checking
all the ballots cast for the candidates or which have been rejected by the presiding
officers.
(13) He shall check and certify -accounts for the election clerk, presiding
officers, poll clerks, or any other officers appointed to serve in the electoral district
for election purposes, and also polling stations' accounts.
(14) He shall endorse the returll-to the writ and forward it to the Supervisor
of Elections with the other papers and accounts as directed by the Ordinance.
(15) He shall perform such duties as the Supervisor of Elections may direct.
(16) He shall make a report to the Supervisor of Elections' setting out :
(a) the day on which the writ was received and endorsed;
(b) the day on which the election notices were distributed;
(c) the number of polling stations established in his electoral district.
(d) the nomination papers which were received and the nominations whieci
were rejected, together with the causes for their rejection;






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(e) the condition and number of ballot boxes and keys which were received.
(f) the day or days on which the final counting of the votes was done;
(g) the day on which the declaration of the candidate elected was made.
(h) the name of the non-commissioned officer of police in whose custody the
ballot boxes Were deposited;
(i) any matters of particular significance or intent relating to the polling
and the counting of the votes.
13. Symbols. There shall, be printed upon every ballot opposite to the
names of each candidate, one of the symbols shown in the appendix to these
Regulations. The order in which such symbols are allocated to the names of
candidates shall correspond with-the order in which the names of the candidates
appear on the ballot paper.

14. Lists of Electors. (1) For the purpose of a general election fifty
copies of each list of electors for each polling station shall be printed.
(2) Every prospective candidate shall be entitled to one full set of the lists of
electors for his electoral i' strict free of cost..
(3) Subject to the distribution hereinbefore provided for, available lists of
electors shall be sold to prospective candidates and to the general public at the
rate of twelve cents for the list of electors relating to any polling division.
15. Election Documents. Office copies of any election documents
supplied shall be paid for at. the rate. of eighteen cents for every folio of one
hundred words.
16. Grant of leave by employers to electors. Every employer shall
permit each elector in his employ to be absent from his work on polling day for
one-hour in addition to the normal midday meal hour.


APPENDIX.



1. BICYCLE 4-. 4 HAMMER.




2. CLOCK 5 MOTORCAR.
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Made by the Governor in Council.under section 82 of the Legislative Council
(Elections) Ordinance, 1951, (N6. 13 of 1951), this 7th. day of May, 1951.

., HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(J 26/1950)).

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STATUTORY RULES O 51

1951, No. 38.

PRICES CONTROL AMENDMENTN T6 ICE.

(G'azetted 8th May, '1951.) -

1.. Short title./ This Notice may -be cited .%S the Prices -Contr.ol
(Amendment No. 16) Notce.
2. Amendment. The prices set out 6ereunder .are the Maximum
prices for which the articles enumerated may-be sold-in the Colony and the Fkst
Schedule Part B to the Prices Contrql Order 1947-S.R- & 0. No. 25) is hereby
amended by deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns
opposite the articles :. "Biscuits-Unisweetened-Bermudez Crix Brand," "Biscuits
-Sweetened-Bermudez, Marie,"' Margarine (Barba-dbt)-Mello Cream Brand,"
and substituting therefore the following :-
FIRST SH DULE--PART B.

Article. Maximum Wholesale Price Maximum Retail Price.

-- Area "A" Area B". Area "C."
Biscuits-:Unsweetened-
Bermudez Crix Brand $4.77 per c.n. of 16 lbs. 34e. per lb. 35c. per lb. i 36c. per lb.
2 biscuis 2 biscits j 2 biscuits
Eiscnits-Sweetened- for lc. for 1c. for Ic.
Bermudez Marie ... $5.29 per,-ctn. of 16 lbs. 39c. per lb. 40c. per lb. 41c. per lb.

Margarine (Barbados).
Mello Cr-iam Brand ... $2.42 per tin of 5 lbs. 54t. per lb. 55c. per lb. 56c. per lb..
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S"Area "A means the town Qf 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, Sandy Bay, Owla. Fame .
Windsor Forest and the St. Vincent Grenadines.

Made by the Competent Authority' Under smtton 30 .of the Prices Control
SOrder 1947 (S.R. & 0. No. 25) this 5th day of May, 1951.
A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of Supplies.
(T 20/1949).
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,SAINT VINCENT.
Comparative Statement of Revenue ftr the period 1st January to 31st December, 1950.


Estimate -
Efo tiae Actual Revenue Revenue for
Heads of Revenue. for yea for the period of same period of Increase.
Syea150. the return. preceding year.

$ $ c. $ c. $ c.
1. Iport Duty... 425,000 516,143 41 445,123 13 71,020 28
Warehouse Rent .. 5,000 3,838 89 5,165 85 ...
2. Export Duty ... 125,000 125,673 19 118,592 75 7,080 44
3, ExciseDuty .. 129,000 133,937 75 ,24,947 40 8,990 35
4. Other Duties ... 70,900 84,214 23 85;126 19 ...
5. Licences-Liquor .. 8,500 8,676 16 8,421 45 254 71
Motor Vehicleg ... 16,000, 12,094. 04 12,824 32 ... .
Other ... 6,799 7,433 84 5,429 23 2,004 61
6. Taxes-
Income Tax .., 188,000 165,246 27 212,407 29 ... ...
Land and House Tax ... 30,000 30,034 53 28,113 11 1,921 42
Other Taxes 3,900 4,614 84 3,316 87 1,297 97
7. Port'and Harbour Dues- -
STonnage ... 9,000 9,940 34' 8,809 59 1,130' 75
Port ... 2,500 3,068 70 3,367 30
SLanding Dues, Aircraft ... 600 546 00 27t6 .00 270 00
8., Fees of Court or Office ... 112,404 123,358 00 106,564- 28 16,793 72
9. Post Office ... 74,860 65,322 37 348,242 12 ...
10. Electricity Telephone and Refrigeration ... 96,549 '95;652 26 93,310 27 2,341 99
11. 'Rent of Government.Property '4,550 3,704 52 3,380 85 323 67
Interest .. 12,812 14,265 60 11,883 48 2.382 12
12, Sales and Leases of Crown Lands 7,7581 4,900 99 8,293 22 ...
1,329,13211,412,665 93 ,633,504 70 115,812 03-
8.* Refunds of Loans from General Revenue ... 8,790 8,827 74 3,779 98 5,047 76
1,337,9221,421,493 67 1,637.374 68 10,85 79
13. Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes 353,496 362,853 25 189,289 63 173,563 62
Total Revenue" $ 1,691,41841,784,346 92 1,826,664 31 294,42 1
434 "i2~66 i9,


Decrease.


$

1,326


911

730,


47,161



298


282,919


c.

96-


96

28


02



60


75
.


. 3,392 23'
336,740 80,

336,740 80

336,740 80,


Comparative. Statement of Expenditure for the period 1st January to 31st December, 1950, -
Estimate Actual Expen- -dit
for the diture for th Expenditurefor
Heads of xpediture year periodof same period of Inrease. Deree.
1950. the return, preceding year. D
1--190. the return, $ c.
1. Governor 8,011 8,420 03
1. Governor 7. 66
2. Legislature .. 5,860 9,792 66
3. Administration ... 41,754 39,048 45
.. A.ii 59,481 56,975 83
5. Agriculture '. 8,574 8,263 56
6. Central Housing Authority ... 6,000 6,000 00
6A. Central Road Authority ... 98,220 141,520 45
6B. Central Water Authority .. 13,220 8,865 80
S7. Charitable 15,836 16,039 97
9. Education 162,760 155,691 48
10. Electiity ... 65,398 81,683 76
11. Judicial ... 22,72b) 22,714 36
1X. Judicial 6,950 5 4
12. Labour. ... 6,950 7,506 54
13. Lands and Survey ... 171 Expenditre Esimates
14. Legal 5766 5,898 31
14. Legal .. 242,448 253,483 14 reclassified in 1950. Im-.
" 15. Medical p . 5, 14 possible to( .iveinllcoir .
.16. Miscellaneous .1.55,779 216,937 87 parat ive ful re or -
17. Pensions ... 38,630 40,186 9G parative fi _ures.forindi-
1. Police 81,58 85,076 98 visual 1Ha ds.
19. Port and Marine .... 20,427 21,03 19
20. Post Office **. 33,123 33,510 14
21. Prisons ... 35,069 48,828 59
22. Public Debt ... 59,358 59,27 3
23. Public Library .. 4,424 4,317 09
24. Public Works Department ... 46638 42,783 13
25. Public Works Recurrent ... 36,172 54,374 34
27. Social Welf-re ... 1,476 1,500 40
27A. St. Vincent Grenadines .. 10,669 11,263 39
28. .Stbvnentions 14,679 21,622 38
29. Bipply Contol 1'2,932 "12,351 15
3.0. :.Telephone ... 15,018 14,986. 72
31'reasury ... 57,655 53,459 36 J
1,399,347 1,555,757 24 1,398,645 17 157,112 07
26. P blicWorks Extraoirdinary ... 49,020 147,242 22 ,114,827 06 32,415 16
1,448,367 1,702,999 46 1,513,472 23 1:89,527 23
8. Oolnial Developmentand Welfare Schemes 353,496 216,991 73 288,719 60 71,727 87'
Total. Expenditure $ l1,01.863 1,919,991 19 1,802,191 83 189,527 23 71.,727 87


T6th April, 1951.
a6th April, 1951.
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V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasur-r.


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Statement of the Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of Saint Vincent at 31st December, 1950.
-- i -- -- -- --


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 for 1950



Appreciation of Investments


... $361,253 79
... 135,644 27

225,609 52

... 5,235 18


3 c.







96,985 '22






?30,844 70
A


$.

993,660

158,576


327,829 92













l,480,067 06
_____


A ASSETS,

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


Less Drafts and Remittances


ADVANCES


INVESTMENTS: COLONY :
Reserve Fund
Surplus Funds

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


$ c


... 16,215 18
... 40,115 88
... 150,183 18

206,514 24
230 91
"' -- ---





... 93,566 64
... 220,614 50


... 583,252 52
... 60,000 00
... 14,400 00


$ c.







206,283 33


301,950-07




314,181 14




657,652 52


1,480,067 06
$! 1,480,067 06


Note: 1. 'At1st December, 1950, the Public Debt (not recorded in the above Liabilities) amounted to $576,903.44. This figure includes the sum of $14,785.48 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 case of default.
2. The accumulated funds for redemption of the Debt, amounted, at 31. 12. 50 to $174,f41.54.


TREASURY,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
26t April, 1951.


V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.


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