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Publication Date: May 22, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 41: The Burial Grounds Regulations, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 42: The Prices Control (Amendment No. 18) Notice, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 43: Proclaiming the coming into force of the Local Government Ordinance, 1951, on the 29th day of May, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 44: Proclaiming Friday, the 25th day of May, 1951 to be observed as a Bank Holiday throughout the Colony
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135.


SAIN'1T VINCENT'


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 84.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1951. [No. 27.


NOTICES. No. 237.


--:0:---
No. 234.
KING'S BIRTHDAY, 1951.
It is notified for general information
that His Majesty the KING has approved
the observance of his birthday in 1951
on Thursday, the 7th of June.
22nd May, 1951.
(A. 10/1942).
No. 235.
DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE
ORGANISATION.
APPOINTMENT OF NIEW LABOUR
ADVISER.
Mr. F. C. CATCHPOLE, M.S.M., a
Deputy Controller in the Ministry of
Labour and National Service, has beon
appointed L'l)our Ad viser on the Staff
of the Development and Welfare Or-
ganisation in the West Indies, in succes-
sion to Mr. C. W. BURROWS, C.B.E.
Mr. CATCHPOLE is due to arrive in
Barbados abo t 23rd J n e, 1951.
22nd May, 1951.
(A. 22/1940).
No. 236.
RESIGNATION.
Mr. D. E. N.'B. Cox, Junior Clerk,
Treasury Department (Cnutoims Officer)
with effect from 25th Febrnary, 1951.
22nd May, 1951.
(P. F. 486).


TRANSFER.


With reference to Government Notice
No. 146 of 3rd April, 1951, Mr. R. N.
JACK, Labour Commissioner, left the
Colony on 7th May to take up his new
appointment as Assistant Labour Com-
missioner, Barbados.
22nd Ma.y 1951.
(P. F. 4).

No. 238.
VACATION LEAVE.
Mrs. MILDRED DUBLIN, Junior Clerk
(Medical )Dpartment), two months'
vncation leave, with effect from 15th
May, 1951.
22nd May, 1951."
(P. F. 324).

No. 239.
SUGAR INDUSTRY LABOUR WE-LFARE
COMMITTEE.
APPOINTMENT OP SECRETA-RY.
Under the provisionsof Regulation 12
of the Sngar Industry (Labour Welfare)
Regulations 1950, (S.R. & 0. No. 42 of
1950), the Administrator has approved
of' the appointment of Mr. SEPTIMUS
Cox. Junior Clerk, Labour Department,.
as Secretary of the Sugar Industry La-
bour Welfuore Committee with effect
from 19th May, 1951.
21st May, 1951.
(B. 25/1950).


GOVERNMENT


published b 6luthorit].


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1951.-(No. 27).


No. 240.
MARRIAGE OFFICER.

Mr. MCDONALD WILLIAMS has peen
:appointed as a Malrriage Officer in
respect of the congregation of the
-Christian Pilgrim Faith -with effect from
22nd May, 1951.
22nd May, 1951.
(J. 25/1948).


No. 241.
WHITLEY COUNCIL.

APPOINTMENTS.


The undermentioned personnel has
been appointed to serve on the Whitley
Council for the Civil Service of St.
Vincent for the year commencing 1st
April, 1951:-
Official Side
The Honourable the Crown Attorney,
(Chairman)
_The Honourable the Colonial Treas-
urer,
The Labour Commissioner,
O. LEIGERTWOOD, Esq., Secretary.
Staff Side
H. H. WILLIAMS,.Esq., B.A.,
N. E,. VENNER, Esq.,
ERNEST, LABQRDE, Esq.,
B. A. RICHARDS, Esq., Secretary.
22nd May, 1951.
.(A. 46/1948).

No. 242.
PROMOTIONS BOARD.

APPOINTMENT.

Mr. J. L. EUSTAcaE., as member of
th iP'rom.otions B,;:. r.e. rereseuting the
.St. .Vinlgent ,Civil servicee Associa-tio.nl
with. effect fr'omI 1Gth May, 1951, vice
Mr. J. L. CHAPMAN, M.B.E.
22nd May, 1951.
<865/1936).

No. 243.
SC HOLARSHI p SELECTION COM-
M1T TEE .

Mr.. A..D,..,DU.CAN ihas befn Ippoint-
ed as a member of the Sclholarship
Selection .Cpimilte, representing the
Ciil.Si'rvice Ass'ciation, vice Mr. J. L.
CHAPMAN, .Ml.B.E., with effect from
1h May, 1951.
Tlhe appointment of Mr. V. C. JOSSE
on t014eR Conimittee has been extended
up to 20th December, 1951.
22nd May, 1951.
(E. 36/1948).


No. .244.
DISTRICT COMMITTEE FOR SOUTH-
ERN GRENADINES.
Under the provision of section 8 of
the Public Assistance Ordinance, 1950,
No. 31 of 1950, the under-mentioned
persons have been appointed as members
of a District Cbmmittee for the South-
ern Grenadines to advise on matters in
connection' with public assistance in
the area :-
The District Officer, Union Island
PRINCE CLOUDEN, Esq., Union Island
The Head Teacher, Canouan Govern-
ment School.
22nd May, 1951.
(D. 1/lb51).



No. 245.
DJECLARATIO.N OF CHRISTIAN
PILGRIM CHURCH TO BE A RE-
LIGIOUS DENOMINATION.

It is notified for general information
that the Governor in Council has
approved of the declaration of the
Christian Pilgrim Faith as a religious
denomination within the meaning of
Section 2 of the Marriage Ordinance,
Cap. 151, of the Revised Laws of St.
Vincent.
22nd May, 1951.
(J. 25/1948).


No. 246.


LEGISLATION.


The following Documents are punblish-
ed with this issne of the. Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 41.--The Burial
Grounds Regulations, 1951.
(P. 17j1949).

S.R. & 0. No.42.--Th Prices Control
(Amendmient No. 18) Notice, 1951.
(T. 20/1949).

S.R. & 0. No. 43.--Proclaiming the
coiuing into force of the Local
(;ovirnmenlt Ordinance, 1951, on
the 29th day of May, 1951.
(D. 10/1949).

S.R. & 0. No 44.-Proclaiming Fri-
dlay, the 25th day of May, 1951,
to he observed as a Bank Holiday
li roiithouit the Colony;
(A.7/1043).
22nd May, 1951.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 19.51.=-(~o.. 27). 137
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No. 247.
TEN'D ERS.

Tenders are invited for installing, the
.electric wiring system' in 'the 'New
Nxi ies Home group of' buildings at
Mdofrose.
Piririts of the dolostriction drawings
-of the project can be'pbtained (on writ-
:ten application) 'from the Superinten-
dent of Works. Public Works Depart-
ment, St. Vincent.
'Tenders must be addressed to
The Superintendent of Works,
Public Works Department,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
a4,d should be contained .,in sealed
envelopes marked -"TENDER FOR,
ELECTRIC WIRING ST. VINCENT NEW.
NURSES HOME,"-aand should reach'th'e
Public Works Departmentl office, not
later than 3.00 p.m. on Saturday, O0th
June, 1951.
22nd'May,. 1951.

No. 248.
Tenders are invited for the supplying
.and laying'of tiles (asphalt or composi-
tion) over a concrete base in the New
Nurses Home project at Montrose.
Prints of the construction drawings
,can be obtained (on'written application)
from the Superintendent of- Works,
Publie Works Department, St. Vincentl
Tenders must be addressed to:-
The Superintendent of Works,
Public Works Department,
St. Vince nt, B.W.I.,
,and should 1)3 contained in sealed
.en v'li),es marked TI NDER FOR
SUPPLrYTNG AND LAYING TIES ST.
VrNCINT NEW NURSES ITOMiE"---uiiI
should reach th.ePunlic Works Depart-
imelit ollice giot late r /thin 3.00 p. on
,l'a'lr'day?, 30th .June, 10951.
22nd May, 1951.
.(p. 211943).

No. 249.
Tenlers are invii.te for installini g the
entire pluinbingl ystemi (water service
.and sanitary irringeimets) iln ile New
Nurises Home group of buildings at
Montroiise.
Prints ol tile cost nctl n l drwiiiigs
can be obtained (on writtIen aii i 'icitioln)
from the Sup 'rintendent of \Vorks,
Pubillic Works Dop)arniiiiet, St. Vincent.
Tenders must be ad;lresied to :-
The Superintentdent of Works,
Public Works Den,;rltent,
St. Vincent IB.W.I.,


and should-becontaiined- in, sealed enve-
lopes marked-" 'TENDER FOI}. INSTALL-
ING PLUBBI-N '*8'T-. VINCENT. NBW NUR-
sE$' HoME-aa'i should r.edch the Publip
Worksi '-1epar~trenrit office not later than
3.00 p.m. on Saturday 30th June 1951.
22nd May, 1951.
(P. 2/1943).



No. .250.
.: Tenders are: invited for, the, work of
p'aintin the entire group.;of buildings
in the Nev' Ndrses' Homire .projpe-t nat
Montrose.
Prints- ofothe construction drawings
can be obtained (on written applicatioii)
from the Superintendent ;of,.Works,
Public Works Department, St. Vincent.
Tenders must be addressed to:-
The Superintendent of Works,
S.Public Works Department,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
and should be contained in sealed enve-
lopes marked TENDER FOR PAINTING
'ST. VINCENT NEW NURSES HOME"-
and should reach the Public Works De-
partment office not later than 3.00 p.m.
,on Saturday 30th June, 1951.
22nd May, 1951.
(P. 2/1943).



No. 228.
ST. VINCENT' AGRICULTURAL
SCHOLARSHIP, 1951.

Applications are invited for the St.
Vi .cent AgriciiltuLral SJlolar..lship ten-
blle at the Iiiip.,'ri:l College of Tropical
1A.griculture, Trinidlad, for a period of
t hle.e years,.commenciiig October, 1 951 .
: Apllicunts shonild be holders-o t1he
Camiliridge Local (a) Hiliher School Cer-
ti ticate with pIa sses, at ordinary standard,
in Chpiisltry ind i;itan:y. or (b) School
CI'rtiifieat''. Gralde 1 or JI with credit
pa'-ses in Clwhi istry ani l Biology.
SEvery .applicant is required to supply
the following:-
S(a) A Birlth Ceitificate
(b) A (ertifi;iat, of Good Character
(c) The nines of schliols attei lcd
ald ;details of examinations pass-
ed.
SApplie;itions ihoulil ho addrervived to
the Governiment Secr'et r, Goveriiinent
Oilic'-, mand should iea-ch him iot later
lthl is 1 Mail, 1951.
15th May, 195.
(B. 41/1950).














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1951.-(No. 27).


No. 193.
BANK HOLIDAYS.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Thursday the 24th May (Corpus Christi)
being a Bank Holiday, all Public Offices
will be closed on that day.
24th April, 1951.
(A. 7/1943.)

No. 194.
Under 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.)

By Command,

BERNARD GIBBS,
Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
22nd May, 1951.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

SAINT VINCENT CIVIL SERVICE
ASSOCIATION.

NOTICE OF MEETING.

Notice is hereby given that a Special
General Meeting of the St. Vincent Civil
Service Association will be held at the
Court House Wednesday, 6th June, 1951,
at 3.00 p.m.
AGENI)A.
1. Reading and confirmation of the
Minutes of last meeting.
2. Questions arising out of the
Minutes.
3. Bye-election for office of Presi-
dent-vacant as from 1/6/5 I.
4. Correspondence.
5. Other Business.

By order of the Committee,

EARNEST LABORDE,
Secretary.

KINGSTOWN,
ST. VINCENT,
18th May. 1951.


CONTROL NOTICE.
IMPORTATION OF GIFT PARCELS.

With reference to Control Notice dat-
ed 22nd November, 1949, attention is.
drawn to the fact that bonafide unsolic-
ited gifts only not exceeding $48.00
(B.W.I. Currency) in value are permit-
ted to be imported without an import
licence provided that such gifts are, not
intended for sale or exchange or for
use in any commercial undertaking.
2. Gifts arriving in the Colony with-
out an import licence having first been
obtained, in excess of a value of $48.00
(B.W.I. Currency), are liable to confis-
cation.
3. Licences will not ordinarily be
granted for the importation of gifts in
excess of a value of $48.00 (B.W.I. Cur-
rency) : the only exception that may be
made is in the case of gifts sent to char-
itable or educational institutions.

A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of S'upplics.
Kingstown,
21st May, 1951.
(C. 3/1950).


CUSTOMS NOTICE.

The following goods have been seized
for a breach of Section 90 Cap. 183 of
the Laws of Saint Vincent:-
1 sack rice (52 Ibs)
1 pair ladies shoes
2 pieces cloth (1 yds)

McD. SMITH,
Acting Collector of Customs.


EDUCATION NOTICE.

CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS,.
1951.

The Cambridge Local Hii-her School
Certificate and School Certificate Exam-
inations will be hold at this Centre in
December, 1951.


The fees payable at the
as follows :-
(a) University Fee :
H. S. C.
S. C.
(Ib) Local Fee :
(H. S. C. & S. C.)


Treasury are-


-4. 0. 0.
2. 5. 0.

2. U.


Entry Forms may be obtained from
the Local Secret;ry, to whoin the Forms,
duly filled up, slionid be returned not
later than Saturday 9th. June. 1951.
















SAINT. VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1951.-(No. 27). 139


Information in connexion with pri- the undermentioned goods and chattels
vate entries" may be obtained from the the property of the abovenamed defen-
Lociil Secretary. dant HERBERT DEARE levied upon by
W. M. LOPEY, virtue of a writ of seizure and sale
Local Secretary. issued in the above suit:-
rlr T, T S O .One house sides boarded and the roof


. 28t-h Apr. il, J191.
28th April, :1951.


,SAINT VINCENT.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS.

(Summnary Jurisdiction)
A.D. 1948

Suit No. 10


,Be.tween
ARTHUR BELLINGY
and
'HERBERT DEARE


Plaintif

Defendant.


NOTICE is hereby given that on
Saturday, the 9th day of June, 1951,
between the hours of .12 o'clock noon
and. 3 p.m., there will be. put up for
sale at the Court House in Kingstowh


.covered with galvanize iron.

Dated this 16th day of May, 1951.

DESMOND A. McNAMARA,
Registrar Supreme Court.

REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
ST. VINCENT.


GOVERNMENT COTTON GINNERY.

PRIME COTTON SEED MEAL.

Owing to increased cost of production
the selling price of Prime Cotton Seed
Meal will be increased to 2 cents per
lb. as from 26th May,-1951.


21st May, 1951.


V. G. DASILVA,
Manager.


TREASURY NOTICE.
LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby .given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the Lnnd and TTousi Tax Ordinance" their pr operties having
been levied upon wi-2 '-be offer d for sale at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, 16th
June, 1951, at thie Treasury for the recovery of Taxes due thereon.


Treasury,
.St. Vincent,
21st May, 1951.


Names.
Concannon, Edith A.
Sheppard, Matilda
T:hoamasa, David
Cru i~ckshank, Alexander


Deane, Caroline
Samuel, Ernest
'hallo*w; Eliza
Anderson, John
t' f'wart, Samuel


Benn, Charles
Williams, Carlton


McD. SMITH,
Colonial Treasurer (Acting).


DISTRICT III.

Locality.
The Heath
Camden Park
Clare Valley
Camden Park

DISTRICT IV.
Preddies Park
Grove
Cocoa
SIab autay
Spring

DISTRICT V.
Palmyra
Rose Hall


Property.
3 acres 18 poles
1 acre 2 ri 0: 4 poles
1 acre
1 acre 0 rood 9 poles


5 acres
2 roods 27 poles
1 house spot
4 acres 1 rood 9 poles
1 house


2 acres 3 rood. 31poles
5 acres 2 roods 5 poles.














140 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1951.--(o. 27).


ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
STATEMENT by the Treasurer in the form prescribed by the Governor under
the authority of Section 48 of the Land and House Tax Ordinance Chapter
194 and sent to the Registrar for registration.

WHEREAS Wilhelmina Kirby of Vermont Valley in the Island of St. Vincent is
indebted to the Government of the Colony in the sum of four dollars and fourteen
cents ($4.14) she being a defaulter in the payment of land taxes (including fines
and fees) for the years 1941 to 1949 inclusive in respect of one house spot situate
at Cocoa Village in the Parish of St. David in the Colony of St. Vincent.
AND WHEREAS the said house spot was on the 16th day of December, 1950 put
up for sale by auction in accordance with the provisions of the Land and House
Tax Ordinance, Chapter 194.
AND WHEREAS no bid was offered for the said house spot.
AND WHEREAS the aforesaid sum of Four dollars and fourteen cents ($4.14)
cannot be raised by sale of Wilhelmina Kirby's goods, chattels or other property.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by Section 48 of the Land and House Tax
Ordinance Chapter 194 that on the occurrence of the circumstances mentioned in
the preceding recital the property which was offered for sale should vest in His
Majesty for the use of the Government of the Colony.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by the aforementioned Section that the Treasurer
shall forward to the Registrar of the Court for the purposes of due registration a
statement in form to be prescribed by the Governor giving the particulars of the
land and house, the name of the person in default, the amount due and the date
of the abortive sale.
AND WHEREAS it is further provided by the aforementioned section that the
said house and land shall not vest as aforesaid until such statement has been
recorded by the Registrar and published in the Gazette, and thereupon such
record shall constitute an indefeasible title in His Majesty, His heirs and
successors.
IT Is HEREBY DECLARED that by virtue of the provisions of the aforementioned
section the land described in the Schedule hereto is vested in His Majesty for the
use of the Government of the Colony.

SCHEDULE.

Date of
Name of defaulter Situation of Acreage abortive Amount
property sale due

Wilhelmina Kirby Cocoa 1 house spot 16th $4-14
Village December,
in the 1950.
Parish of
St. David

V. D. ARCHER,
Treasurer.
Dated this sixth day of April 1951.


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 Colleter of Customs.
The Treasury,
Treasury Chambers,
1st May, 1951.
r- -."
PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENI,
[ Price 24 cent. ]




119

SAINT VINCENT.

S- STATUTORY RULES AND OR# S, " \.95
1951, No. 41. 95 -


S:BURIALGROUNDIS REGULATE, N

(Gazetted 22nd May, 1951). '

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Burial Grounds Regulations, 1951.

2. Interpretation. In these Regulations unless the context otherwise
Srequires-
keeper-" means the person in charge or control of a public burial ground.
"private burial ground means a burial ground licensed as such 'y the
Governor in Council under section 3 (2) of the Ordinance.
S"public',burial ground" means a burial ground licensed as such by the
Governor-in Council under section 3 (1) of the Ordinance.
"Ordinance means the,-Burial Grounds Ordinance, No. 1 of 1951.

3. Plan of public burial ground., Every keeper shall as soon as
possible obtain a plan of every licensed public burial ground under his control.
SEach such burial grouiidshall have- a distinguishing name to be recorded on such
S plan, may be enclosed in such manner as the Governor may direct, and shall be
open daily from daylight to dusk.

: 4. Public burial ground to be laid out in numbered sectioi~s;
(1) Every public burial ground shall be laid out in numbered sections as required,
and every such section shall be divided into allotments, of 5 by 10 feet each, to be
-consecutively numbered.
(2) A portion of every such burial ground may be set aside by the keeper for
the-burial of papers only. -
"(3): The keeper may 'lso, in his discretion, set aside a portion of aTiy such.
burial ground for any religious denomination.

5. Duties of keeper. (1) It shall be the duty of each keeper to see
that these Regulations are carried out, to superintend and direct the opening of
graves, to cause all interments to be made in such parts as may be laid out and set
apart with as much regularity and uniformity -as possible, and to make
arrangements thereby any public burial ground under his control is kept clean
and in proper order.
S (2)' Books shall be kept by the Keeper, in which shall be .accurately registered
Sthe interment of all persons buried, with-the iiiumber-of the section and allotment,
and the:date, name and age of the deceased, and also the name of-the officiating
minister, or in'his-absence, of some person present at,the burial.
(3) The-Keeper shall furnish certified extracts of such books to all .persons
S p pi o payment to the Keeper of sixty cents for every certificate.
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6. Depth of unwalled graves. No coffin shall be buried in any
unwalled grave within six feet of the ordinary level of the ground, unless it
contains.the body of a child under twelve years, when-it shall not be less than four
feet below that level.

7. Depth of and distance between graves. (1) All graves shall be
opened in sections or rows at a distance of not less than two feet apart and shall
be dug to not less than the following depths below the surface-
(a) four feet for the body of a child under twelve years of age;
(b) six feet for the body of an. adult or the bodies of two children under
twelve years of age in separate coffins;
(c) eight feet for the bodies of two adults buried in one grave in separate
coffins.
(2) In case of burial of mbre than two bodies in separate coffins in one grave,
such grave shall be dug to a further depth of two feet for each such body.

8. Penalty. Any person who shall inter or cause to be interred any corpse
at a depth of less than four feet or who shall neglect or refuse to comply with the
directions 6f the Keeper or in the case of a private burial ground the person in
charge or control thereof, in regard to the opening or filling in of any grave, shall
be guilty of an infringement of these Regulations and shall be liable to-a fine not
exceeding fifteen dollars. -

S 9. Number of bodies allowed in one grave. One body only shall
be buried in a grave at one time, unless the bodies be those of members of the'
same family.

10. Re-opening of unwalled grave. No unwalled grave shall 'be
reopened within seven years after the burial of a personr above twelve years of age,
or within five years after the burial of a child under twelve years of age, except
for the'purpose of burying another member of the same family, in which case a
layer of earth-not less than one foot thick shall be left undisturbed above the
previously buried coffin; but if on re-opening any grave, the soil be found offensive,
such soil shall not be disturbed, and the grave shall be at once closed up.

11. Disinterment-of body. () .No body or remains of a body interred
in any public or private burial ground shall be disinterred or removed except under
the warrant of a Coroner under the Coroners Ordinance, Chapter 21, or under a
licence of the Governor,in any other case.
(2) Every application for a licence to disinter or remove a body-or remains of
a body from any part of any burial ground shall be in writing addressed to the
Governor and shall be accompanied by a certified copy of the entry in the Register
of Deaths relating to the person whose body or remains it is desired to disinter or
remove and shall contain the following particulars-
(a) the name in full of the deceased person;
(b) the age of the deceased person at death;
(c) the sex of the deceased person;
(d) the date of burial;
(e)- the exact purpose for which the exhumation is required;
(f) the relationship (if any) of the applicant to the deceased.


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(3) Every application must be accompanied by a statutory declaration that
the facts and particulars stated in the application are true and correct.
(4) In every case-where an application for an exhumation shall have been,
granted, except under a Coroner's warrant under section 27 (1) of the Coroners
Ordinance, a fee of ten dollars shall be' paid by such applicant to the Keeper under
whose direction the exhumation shall take place.
(5) Every person to whom a licence is granted under these Regulations shall
Stake or cause to be taken all such precautions, and use all such disinfectants, and
do all such other acts and things as the Senior Medical Officer may require with a
view to the prevention of a nuisance.
(6) Every exhumation or removal under any licence granted under these
Regulations shall be carried out under the direction of the Keeper of the burial
ground wherein the interment took place, and subject to the supervision of the
Senior Medical Officer.
(7) All expenses incurred for the re-opening of the grave, and the restoration
of the ground to its original condition to the satisfaction of the Keeper shall be
paid by the applicant.

12. Profane behaviour in burial ground. All persons who, while
within the precincts of any public or private burial ground, shall fail to domport
themselves with due order and regularity, or who shall interrupt ariy religious
service, or shall attempt in any manner to profane, the sacred character of the
place,*or who shall destroy or in anywise injure tombs, plantations, fences, or
'enclosures shall be guilty of an infringement of these Regulations, and shall be
liable to ao fine not exceeding fifteen dollars.

13. Applications' for burials. Applications for permission to bury
the dead must be made to the Keeper and in the case of a private burial ground
to the person in charge or control thereof, and the applicant must produce to such
-Keeper or person in charge as the case may be the certificate of the Registrar of
the district in which the death occurred, referred to in section 34 of the
Registration of Births and Deaths Ordinance, Chapter 150, to prove that the death
has been registered or that the Registrat has been duly notified of such death, and
the applicant must provide grave diggers and bear all posts of interment.

14. Opening grave without permission. Every person who shall
open a grave without permission of the Keeper shall be guilty of an infringement
of these Regulations, and shall be liable to a fine not exceeding fifteen dollars.
15. Application of Regulations. These Regulations shall apply to
public and private burial grounds : provided however that Regulations 3, 4, 5 and
subsection (7) of Regulation 11 shall not apply to private burial grounds.

Made by the Governor in-Council under section 4 of the Burial Grounds
Ordinance, No. 1 of 1951, this 24th day of April 1951.
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
S \ Ag. Clerk of Executive Council.'
(P 17/1949).

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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND

1951, No. 42.


PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 18) NOTICE.

(Gazetted 22nd -May, 1951).


1.. Short title. This Notice' may be cited As the Prices\ Control ,
S (Amenjnent No. 18) Notice).

2: Amendment. The prices set out heieunder are the Maximum
prices for which the articles enumerated may be sold in the Colony and the First
S Scheduile'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 "Herrings Smoked-Dark Red,"' "Tea-Loose," "Pork
Tails-Pickled," "Pork Snouts-Pickled," "Pork Pickled-Fat Back," and
S substituting therefore the following :-

FIRST SCHEDULE-PART B.


Article.


'Herrings Smoqkei- -
Dark Red.

Tea-Loose

SPork Tails-Pkl'd

Pork S ,uts-
'' Pork ,Saouts-Ppkled


Pork


Pikle.1--
SFat Back


Maximum Wholesale Price. Maa

Area A"

$3.91 per box of 18 1l's. 25c. per lb.

$1.13 peirlb. Sc. per oz.


$84.00 per : brl. -of 200
,lbs.
42c. per :lb. in' Ibts
of 2U lbs. or more.
$79.47 per brl. of 200
lbs:,
40c. per.lb. in lots of
20 b1s. or more.
$105.38 per barrel of 200
lbs;
53c.,per lb. in lots of
20 llbs. or more.


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salg4'


48c. per lb.

a
46c. per lb.


61c. per lb.


imum Retail Price.

SArea "' B". i Area "-i."


'26c. per lb.

9c. per Ib.

49c. per lb.


47c. per lb.


62c. per Ib.


27c. per lb.

1Oc. per oz.

50c. per lb.


48c. per lb.,


:63c. per lb,


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Area 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, Sandy Bay, Owla, Fan6s
Windsor Forest and the St. Vincent Grenadines.

Made by the Co petent Authority under section 30 of th Prices Centrli
Order 1947 (S.1t. & O. No. 25) this 19th day of May, 1951.
A. V. SPROTT, ,
Controller of Supplies.
(T 20/1949),. ,

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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1951, No. 43:

(Gazetted 22nd May, 1951).

BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION.
[ L.S. I

W. F. COUTTS,
Administrator.

WHEREAS it is enacted by section 1 of the Local Government Ordinance, 1951,
that the said Ordinance shall come into operation on a date to be fixed by the
Governor by proclamation in the Gazette:

AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient that the said Ordinance shall come into
force on the 29th day of May, 1951;

Now THEREFORE I, WALTER FLEMING COUTTS, Member of the Most Excellent
.. Order of the British Empire, pursuant to the authority in me vested by the said
Ordinance do hereby proclaim that the aforesaid Ordinance shall come into force
on the 29th day of May, 19051.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Island of SaintVincent at
Government Office in the said Island this 21st day of May in the year of
Our 'ord Onie thousand nine hundred and fifty-one and in the fifteenth
Year of the Reign of His'Majesty KING GEORGE THE SIXTH.

GOD SAVE THE KING !

(D 10/1949).



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(Gazetted 22nd May, 1951):

BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.


A PROCLAMATION.
[ ,L.S. \

W. F. COUTTS,
Administrator.

WHEREAS by section 2 of the'Bank.Holidays Ordinance, Cap. 161, as amended
Sby the Bank Holidays (Amendment) Ordinance, 1940 (No. 22 of 1940), it is enacted
that the Twenty-fourth day of May, which shall be known land referred to as
" Empire Day ", and Corpus Christi shall be observed as Bank Holidays throughout
the Colony :

AND WHEREAS the festival of Corpus Christi this year is to be observed as a
Bank Holiday on the 24th day of May :

SAND WHERAS His, Excellency the Governor of the Windward Islands has been
pleased to approve-that Empire Day Ceremonies shall be held on the 25th day of
May :

AND WHEREAS 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 I do, with the advice.of the Executive Council, and pursuant
to the authority in me vested by the said Ordinance, hereby appoint, Friday, the
25th day of May, 1951, to be observed as a Bank Holiday throughout the Colony.

SGIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Island of Saint Vincent at
Government Office in the said Island this 22nd day of May in the year
of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty-one and in the
Fifteenth Year of the Reign of His Majesty KING GEORGE THE SIXTH.

'GOD SAVE THE KING !
(A 7/1943)

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