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    Ordinance No. 19 of 1951: An Ordinance to amend the General Loan and Stock Ordinance, No. 14 of 1950
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 48: The Prices Control (Amendment No. 20) Notice, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 49: The Post Office (Amendment No. 3) Regulations, 1938
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 50: Proclaiming the Coming into operation of the Arrowroot (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950
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    Supplement to Gazette: Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure of the Kingstown Board for the year 1951
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A INT' VINCENT


GOVERN MENT


GAZE TTE


VOL. 84.] SAINT VIN(OINT, TUESDAY, 5 JUNE, 1951. [No. 29


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 251.
MEETING OFLEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
A meeting of the Legislative Council will be held at the Council Chamber,
in Kingstown, oun Friday, 8th June, 7951, at 10 a.m.
2. A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the general public.
29th May, 1951.
(A. 111949).


-No. 252.
KING'S BIRTHDAY, 1951.
With reference to Government Notice
No0. 234 of 22nd May, 1951, the following
is the Qfficial Programme relating to the
Ceremonial for the King's Birthday Pa-
rade to take place at the Market Square,
Kingstown, on Thursday, 7th June, 1951.
[The Units to take part in the Parade
will be :-
.Detachment of St. Vincent Police Force.
Detachment of St. Vincent Grammar
School Cadets.
"The St. Vincent Volunteer Fire Brigade.
The St. Vincent Legion of the British
Empire Service League, the Boy Scouts
and the Girl Guides have been invited to
attend.]
9.30 a.m.-Parade will march from Po-
lice Headquarters to the Mar-
ket Square.
10.00 a.m.- (i) His Honour the Admin-
istrator arrives at the
Market Square.
(ii) Inspection of Parade.
(iii) March Past of Parade- I
Administrator* takes the
Salute.


(iv) Royal Standard broken
accompanied by Royal
Salute.
(v) Feu de joie
(vi) Three Cheers for His
Majesty the King.
(vii) Closing stages of Cere-
monial.
Members of the Executive and Legisla-
tive Councils, Members of the Kings-
town Board, Ministers of Religion and all
public officers and their wives are invited
to be present.
A cordial invitation is also extended to
the general public to be present.
29th May, 1951.
(A. 10/1942).

No. 266.
SUGAR NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN
U.K. GOVERNMENT AND CUBA.
Mr. ARTHUR BOTTOMLEY, M.P., the
Secretary for Overseas Trade, has re-
turned from his visits to the British
West Indies, where he discussed with
representatives of those Colonies"the
negotiations now in progress between
the United Kingdom Government and


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 JUNE, 1951.-(No. 29).


Cuba .on imports of :Cdban cigars and
sugar., Mr. BOTTOMLEY Will next week
meet the London representatives of the
various Commonwealth sugar producing
countries and interests.
5th June, 1951.
(B. 47/1948).


No. 267.
INTERNATIONAL LABOUR CONFER-
ENCE AT GENEVA.

APPOINTMENT OF TRINIDAD LABOUR
COMMISSIONER AS COLONIAL ADVISER
TO UNITED KIdNGDOM DELEGATION.

The Secretary of State "for the Colo-
nies, with the agreement of His Excel-
lency the Governor of Trinidad and
Tobago, has been pleased to appoint
Mr. SOLOMON HOCHOY, Commissioner
of Labour, to be an Adviser to the
United Kingdom Government Delega-
tion at the 34th Session of the Interna-
:tonal Labour Conference which will
be held at Geneva, from 6th to 30th
June, 1951.
Mr. HOCHOY will be the sole Colonial
representative on the United Kingdom
Government Delegation. He left Tri-
nidad on Sunday, 27th May, by air for
London where he will spend a few days
at the Colonial Office before proceeding
to Geneva..
All travelling and other expenses
incurred by Mr. HOCHOY on his visit
to the United Kingdom and Geneva will
.be met from funds of His Majesty's
Government.
Mr. HOCHOY,V*ho is 46, was educated
in Trinidad :ad joined the Service ii
*that Colony 20 years ago. In 1939 he
was attached to the newly formed La-
bour Department where he rose succes-
sively to be Labour Officer in 1944,
Deputy. Commissioner in 1946 and he
was appointed Labour Commissioner in
1949. ,,
D'nring that time Mr. HOCHOY took
specialised training in Canada and the
'United Kingdom and also attended
various conferences. In 1943 he spent
six months at Montreal studying Labour
Administration and Statistics with the
International Labour Office, whose
headquarters were there. Then in 1948
while holi'ldaing in the United King-
dom he spent 14 weeks on a refresher
course studying Wages and Factory
InspectiOn, Industrial Relations. Em-
ployment Exchange Services and Voca-
lional Gnidance a d Training.
Mr. HocroT will proceed from Lon-
- don with Mr. N. D. WAT'SON, Colonial
-Office Adviser to the Delegation. Mr.


WATSON was formerly an Assistant
Secretary, Colonial Secretary's office,.
Trinidad.
5th June, 1951.
(C. 711949).


N.. -268.
APPOINTMENT.

Mr. LLOYD JOHN, as Binder, Govern-
ment Printing Office, on probation for-
a period of one year in the first instance,.
with effect from 9th March, 1951.
5th June, 1951.
(P.F. 564).


No. 269.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.

The undermentioned person has been
appointed a Justice of the Peace for the
Colony for a period of one year with
effect from 1st June, 1951:-
EVERARD LOUIS MAINGOT, Esq.,.
-Mustique.
5th June, 1951.
(J. 8/1948).


No. 270.
LEAVE .NOTICES.

ERRATUM.

With reference to Government Notice-
No. 238 appearing in the issue of the
Official Gazette of 22nd May, 1951, Mrs..
MILDRED DUBLIN, Junior Clerk (Medi-
cal Department), "has'been granted three
months' vacation leave and not two-
months as previously stated.
5th June,,1951.
(P:F. 324).

No\ 271.
VACATION LEAVE.

Miss EDNA L. HOPE, Junior Clerk
(Treasury Department), three months"
vacation leave with effect from 1st
June, 1951.
5th June,1951.
(P.F. 472).


No. 272.
LEGISLATION.

The under-mentioned Ordinance
which has been assented to by the
Governor's Deputy is published for gen-
eral information with this issue of the
Gazette :-


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 JUNE, 1951.--No. 29).


No. 19 of 1951.-An Ordinance to
amend the General Loan and
Stock Ordinance, No. 14 of 1950.,
(F. 60/1947).
5th June, 1951.

No. 273.
The followingdocnmeats are publish-
ed with this issue of the Gazette:--
S.R. & O. No. 48.-The Prices Control
( Amendment No. 20 ) Notice,
1951.
(T. 20/1949).

S.R. & 0. No. 49.-The Post Office
(Amendment No. 3) Regulations,
1938.
(940/1936).

S.R. & O. No. 50.-Proclaiming the,
coinig into operation of the
Arrowroot (An.mendment.) Ordi-
nance, 1950.
(0. 50/1949).
5th June, 1951.

No. 274.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Estimates of Revenue and Ex-
penditure of the Kingstown Board for
the year 1951 are published with this
issue of the Gazette.
5th June, 1951.

No. 275.
PRODUCERS' PRICES AND PRICE
CONTROL, ST. VINCENT.

For some months the Government of
SL. Vincenlit his had nuind ir consideration
the question of raising prices for pri-
mary pro i ucts to producer'', in order to
give an incentive for greater production i
and thereby improve the island's econo-
my. The main difficulty, however, as
every cue will realise, is that this iinnie-
di'aely postulal ts a rise il retail prices
and, thr before, an addition to tlie already v
high cost of living. 'lie situation where
thie produc(''r l:is hi:i to stu sidise Lihe
conlsimntl'r canitnot, however. he allow.dt
to conlintinll uch longer, as if the long
view is taken, it must he, as it is nlow,
extremely damaging to the general
economy of the Colony.
2. This matter has boon care I'lly
considered and, whereas the Prices
Control iBoarid havei put n11 t to the Gov-
ernme-l:t a long list of locally ph;lunced
comic oditis and recomm ended in creases
for r tin all. the Goveirnmeni has tdecid-
ed that it w1ll probably he best in the
long run if : ll control we e i r.'itove l


from those products which are not ex-
ported from the Colony and for which
theLre is no external competitive price.
These products may be listed as fol-
lows :-
Fish, MIilk, Beef, Pigs, and Pig
Products, some types of Ground
Provisions, Vegetables.
The re-introduction of cotirol on pigs.
will become necessary when export is
once more allowed.
3. The decontrol of these things,
however, will not come in immediately,
and will be gradually introduced dur-
ing the next three or four weeks. The
first decontrol will, however, take place
this week when fish and milk and cer-
tain ground provisions will be removed
from the control list. It is fully realis-
ed that this is going to add to the gen-
eral cos! of living. and the community
are asked to bear with this as mnch as
possible in order to allow the economic
prosperity of the island to improve.
4. It is further realized that this will
,have to be an experiment, and therefore
if in two or three months' time it is
found that the prices rise to such a
degree as to make it difficult for people
tO live, then the re-introduction of con-
trol will hb considered. In the mean-
time the Government will ask the
Labour Advisory Board in view of the
possible immediate increases of prices
to consider whether w-nges should he
raised once inore in the near future.
5th June, 1951.
(A. 23/1950'.

No. 2(i2.
BANK HOLIDAY.

Under the Bank Holidays Oldinance,
Thursday, the 7th Jnn-o (Kiing,' Birth-
lay) being a Ba;in Holilay, all Public
Offices will be closed; on that d:iy.
29th May, 1951.


No. 247.
TENDER S.

Tenders ae init'd for installinl the
elet ric wirirg sstemt in the New
Nurses 11lle 0~loup of buildings at
Montrose.
Prints o' tlhe constriclio! drawings.
of tili' project c:an be obtained (on writ-
tnl application) from the Siipfrinten-
,lentf W\orls. l'nblic. Works Depart-
nment, St. Vincint.
TI'ldelr's must he addressed to :-
'lhe Superintendent of Works,
Pitlic, Works Departmecnt,
St. Vine n: B.W.I.,













152 SAINT VINCENT; TUESDAY, 5 JUNE, 1951.-(No. 29).


and should be contained in sealed
:envelopes marked -" TENDER FOR
ELECTRIC 'WIRING ST. VINCENT NEW
NURSES HOME,"-and should reach the
Public Works Department office not
-later than 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, 30th
.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,
Public Works Department, St. Vincent.
Tenders must be addressed to:-
The Superintendent of Works,
Public Works Department,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
-and should be contained in sealed
envelopes marked "TENDER FOR
SUPPLYING AND LAYING TILES ST.
VINCENT NEW NURSES HOME"--and
.should reach the Public Works Depart-
ment office not later than 3.00 p.m. on
Saturday, 30th June, 1951.
22nd May, 1951.
(P. 2/1943).

No. 249.
Tenders are invited for installing the
entire plumbing system (water service
-and sanitary arrangements) in the New
Nurses Home group of buildings at
Montrose.
Prints of the construction drawings
-can be obtained (on written application)
from the Sop-rintendent of Works,
..Public Works. Department, St. Vincent.
Tenders must be addressed to:-
The Superintendent of Works,
Public Works Department,
St. Vincent B.W.I.,
and should be contained in sealed enve-
lopes marked-" TENDER FOR INSTALL-
ING PLUMBING ST. VINCENT NEW NURS-
ES HOME"-anl should reach the Public
Works Department 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 vwrkl of
painting the entire group of buildin-s
in the New Nurses Home project at
Montrose.
Prints of the construction drawings
-can be obtained (on written application)


froin the Superintendent of Works,
Public Works Department, St. Vincent.
Tenders must be addressed to :-
The Superintendent of Works,
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. 276.
VACANT POSTS.

VACANT POSTS IN PUBLIC WORKS
DEPARTMENT, ST. LUCIA.

Applications are invited for the fol-
lowing posts in Public Works Depart-
ment, St. Lucia:-
(i) Qualified Senior Surveyor on two
year contract with salary at rate
of $2880 per annum. Applicant
should have not less than 3 years
experience and should possess
knowledge of road location work.
(ii) Junior Surveyor on two year
contract with salary at rate of
$2040 per annum.
2. Cost of Living allowance at rate of
$256 per annum is payable. No quar-
ters provided.
3. Appointments are subject to Colo-
nial Regulations and Local Orders in
force and to taxation at local rates.
4. Cost of passages for appointee and
family (up to maximum of live) will be
paid in first instance and on completion
of contract, unless person appointed
relinquished appointment before expii a-
tion of contract in which case return
passages will not be paid.
5. Applications should furnish full
details of qualifications and experience
accompanied by at least two testimonials
and a certificate of medical fitness and
should be addressed to reach the Ad-
ministrator of St. Lucia not later than
16th June, 1951.
-5th June, 1951.
(A. 15/1950).

By Command,

BERNARD GIBBS.
Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
5th June, 1951.











SAINT VINQENT, TUESOAZY, 5 JUNE, 1951.-(No. 29).


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, 13th June, 1951,
at 3.00 p.m.
AGENDA.
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 1/6/51.
4. Correspondence.
5. Other Business.
By order of the Committee,-
EARNEST LABORDE,
Secretary.
KINGSTOWN,
18th May. 1951.


NOTICE.

ELECTRICITY DEPARTMENT.

It has again become necessary to over-
haul and check upon the 135K.W.
engine at Power Station. The engine
has been running for over one thousand
hours.
It is therefore notified for general
information that the supply of electri-
city will be interrupted from Sunday
the 3rd June, 1951, for about four days,
while these essential repairs are being
effected.
Current will be "off" at various
supply areas as follows :-
Sunday 3rd June, from 6.30 p.m. to
9 p.m.
All consumers on the II.T. supply
between Arnos Vale and Golf Club.
6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m.
Cane Garden, Frenches, Montrose,
Richmond Hill, Upper Edinboro
and from Mr. T. M. Saunders' resi-
dence along Murray Road and Sion
Hill to Arnos Vale House, resi-
dence of Mr. F. A. Casson.
Monday 4th June, 6.30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Montrose, Murray Road, Murray Vil-
lage, Sion Hill, McKies Hill,
Richmond Hill, Kingstown Park,
Carpenter's Yard, and Governmenb
House circuit.


Tuesday 5th June, same as on Sunday
above.
Wednesday 6th June, same as on
Monday.
There will be no street lights during
this period.
Electricity may also be off duringthe
day and between midnight and 6 a.m.
over the entire system with the excep-
tion of essential services.
Consumers connected during this
period of overhaul are requested to
curtail on the use of Electricity and so
assist in tiding over this difficulty and
and spreading the available, supply to a
wider area.

COLD STORAGE NOTICE.

All persons having perishable goods
at the Cold Storage are requested to take
them out by the 3rd June, as the
temperature of these rooms will rise
about 42 degrees during the period of
overhaul of the Power Station engine,
and this rise in temperature may be
harmful to certain goods. The produc-
tion of ice will also be affected.
N. V. ANDALCIO,
Supt. Electricity & Telephone
Department.
2nd June, 1951.
(A. 47/1950). _


GERMANY: DISPERSION OF ASSETS OF
I.G. FARBENINDUSTRIE.

Any persons having claims against
the above Company are requested to
contact the Custodian of Enemy Pro-
perty at the Registrar's Office not later
than Saturday, 30th of June, 1951.
DESMOND A. MoNAMARA,
Custodian of Enemy Property.
26th May, 1951.
(G. 4/1946).


POST OFFICE NOTICE.

It is notified for general information
that due to the Bank Holiday on 7th
June, 1951 the contract vessel "Marcelle
S." will not perform her second run of
the week to the Grenadines which is due
to commence on that day.

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












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UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 19'48.

It is hereby notified fdSi-ngefal information that the, Qiuaiteifly Liquor
Licensing Sessions will be heldirithe rinder-mentioned Parishes for the purpose
of caonidering applicationsfrom applicants in their respective Parishes for the
gratiting of CGrtificates i.n accordance with the Liquor Licence Ordinance, 1948;
at the time and .places following:-
Pari~ii. Tinie W id lace of Sessldn.


St. George & St.


Charlotte


St. David


St. Patrick


Grenadines


,Aiiatie:v ... At the Court House, Kingst'oWh.t'i "
Wednesday, 20th June, 1951, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon.
... At the C.ourt House, Georgetown, on
Friday, 22nd June, 1951-, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon. ,
... At the Court. House, .Chateaubelair,
on Tuesday, 19th June, 1951,
at ii o'clock in the forenoon.
... ... At the Court House, Barrfuallie, on
Friday, 15th June, 1951, at 11
o'clock in the forenjoon.
.. ... ... At h'e 0ouit House, at Port Eliza-
beth, Bequia, on Wednesday, 4th
July, 1951, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon.


Notice of. inbentitonl to oppose the grant of any Certificate stating in general
tenrs the: gqrounqs, opf, the position, must I-b servd 6-po te appjli'caiit an d
upon thl;:i agigtrae not less than seven days before the day fixed for the
holding of this Licensing Session.
D T. 4. -OTMeI-NTYRE,
PMLi~tAte.


PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.


St. Qeorge ,
St. Andirew







Charlotte


Parish. 'Name of Applicant.


Leonard .V.
Bdsiha'w

Fitzroy Roberts

St. Vincent Work-
ingmen Co-oper-
afiv.e ASs-8'bikon,
"Limited

'OClirles M'app

Ag'ikssAbbitt

Cnfad -Mattherws


Ocqupafion.


Residence.


Sh pl; eeper Berlj'uiot


do.

Limited
LTability
Cbimpany


Shbplkeep)er

dl'o.

*ab.


King s't'bn

do.



Lalgley
Park
lark .Hhl
pGe.ke-
'aHo: h


SItuattIdn 'DIf
'PrdetiisAs.

Belmont


Kin sto6wn

do.



Langley' Park

Park Hill

Oe'orgetown


*D. -K. -McN[TYRE,
Magistrate.
MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
28th May, 1951.
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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCtl,
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SL.S. ]


SAINT VINCENT.

No. 19 of 1951.
I Assent


J. M. STOW,
Governor's Deputy.
26th May, 1951.


AN ORDINANCE to amend< the General Loan and Stock
-Ordinance, No. 14 of 1950.
t 5th June, 1951. 1

Enacted by the Governor with the advice and consent of the
Legislative Council of Saint Vincent.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the General Loan and
Stock (Amendment) Ordinance, 1951, and shall be read as one
with the General Loan and Stock Ordinance (hereinafter
referred to as the principal Ordinance "),

2. The amendments specified in.the second column of the,
Schedule to this Ordinance being minor amendments of the
principal Ordinance, shall be made in the provisions of that
Ordinance specified in the first column of that Schedule.
SCHEDULE.


Short title.

No. 14 of 1950.


Minor
amendments of
principal
Ordinance.


Amendment -

For the word "London" thene shall be substituted the words
United Kingdom "(
For the word "debenture," at end .thereof there shall be
substituted the word debentures ".
For the word '' England there shall be substituted'-the words
United Kingdom ".
For the word into there shall be substituted the word unto."
For the word "England" there shall be substituted the words
"United Kingdom ".
For the word "issue" there shall be substituted the word
issued ".


Section

5

16










General Loan and Stock (Amendment).


Passed the Legislative Council this 3rd day of Masy, 1951.


H--ENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acting Clerk of Legislative Council.
(F. 60/1947).
5 v


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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.

S.' ,- 1951:


PRINTING OFFICE,


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SAINT VINCENT JUL 1951a

STATUTORY RULES AND ELDERS, -

1951, No. 48.


PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 20) NOTICE.


(Gazetted 5th June, 1951).


1. Short title. This Notice may be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 20) Notice.

2. Amendment. The First Schedule P.art A to the Prices Control Order.
(S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby further amended by deleting from the Schedule the
following articles : Fish Fresh," Milk (Cow's) Fresh," Breadfruit,"
Cucumbers," "Christophene," Chive and Thyme," "Dasheen," "Eddoes,"
Tannias," and Yams," and also by deleting all the words, figures and symbols
occurring in the columns opposite the articles, "Pigeon Peas, "Black-Eyed Peas,
and substituting therefore the following :-
FIRST SCHEDULE-PART A:

Article. Maximum Wholesale Price" Maximum Retail Pride.

Pigeon-Peas- Area "A" Area "B" & "C" Area "A" Area "B" &: "C"
Green in pod 3c. per lb.- 3c. per lb. 4c. per lb. 4c. per lh.
Shelled dry, 10c. per lb. 9c. per lb. 12c. per lb. 11e. per lb.
Black-eyed.Peas 9c. per lb. 8c, per lb. Ilc. per lb. 10c. per lb.

3. Amendment. The prices set out hereunder are the Maximum
prices'for which the articles enumerated may be sold in the Colony and the First
Schedule Part B to the Prices Control Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby
amended by deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns
opposite the articles : "Beef Corned-Swift Plate Brand," Onions-Egyptian,"
"Lard-Barbados," Margarine (Barbados) -Mello Cream Brand," and substituting
therefore e following : .


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FIRST SCH3ZDULEr-PFA1T -B.


Article.


Maximum Wholesale Price,


Beef Corned-Swift $25.32 per cs. of 48-12
Plate Brand tins
Opions-Egyptian $7.39 per bag of 50 lbs.
Lard-Barbados $12.62-per pail of 30 lbs.
Margarine (Barbados)
Mello Cream Brand $2.45 per tin of 5 lbs.


Maximum Retail Price.


Area "A" I Area B" Area "C."

61c.per tin 62c. per tina 63c. per tin
-18c. per Ib. 1c. per b. 20c, per lb.
47c. per lb. i8c. per lb. 49c. per-lb.

55c. per- b.' .56c. per lb. 57c. per lb.
!


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

SMade by the Competent Authority under seettpe i S of the Priees Cor,;;
Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) this 2nd day of June, 1951.
A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of Supplies.
(T 20/1949)..


PRINTED BY THE


GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 8 cents. 1
1951.


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SAINT VINCENT 13----J

STATUTORY RULES AND OORD

1951, No. 49.



POST OFFICE (AMENDMENT NO. 3) REGULATIONS.


(Gazetted 5th June, 1951).



1. Short title. These Reghlations may be cited as' the Post Office
(An endrnent No. 3) Regulations, 1951, and shall be read as one with the-Post
Office Regulations, 1938, (hereinafter referred to as the'principal Regulations)
S and all amendments thereto.

2. Addition of New Regulation, After Regulation 324 of the principal
Regulations the following Regulation shall-be inserted:-
324A. DEMONETISATION OF CERTAIN STAMPS. Stamps issued, in
the Colony in the reign of His Majesty King George the Fifth and during the
year 1937 to commemorate the coronation of His Majesty King George the
'Sixth shall no longer be valid fcr the payment of postage on stamp duties."

3. Commencement. These Regulktions shall come into operation on the
1st day of August, 1951.


Made by the Governor in Council under section 22 of the Post Office Ordinance
(Cap. 134) this 1st day of June, 1951.
A. V. KING,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(940/1936).

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMVIENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
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139


SAINT VINCI


STATUTORY RULES AND


S1951, No. 50.


. (Gazetted 5th June, 1951).

BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION.


*W. F: COUTTS,
Administrator.
SWHEREAS it is enacted by section 10 of the Arrowroot (Amendment) Ordinance,
1950, that the said Ordinance shall come into operation on a date to be appointed
by the Governor by proclamation in the Gazette;

AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient that the said Ordinance shall come into'
operation on the 5th day, of June, 1951.:

I Do THEREFORE proclaim and notify that the said Ordinance shall come into
operation on the 5th day of June, 1951.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Island of Saint Vincent at
Government Office in the, said Island this 5th day of June,. 1951, 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
(C 50/49).


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.

1951.


PRINTING OFFICE,


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1951 ESTIMATES 'KINGSTOWN BOARD.
'NAD


6
d


Estimate. Approved -
1951 Esti mate
1 1950)


S Detail of Revenae.


Revenue Head 1. Contribution
from General Revenue.
1 Contribution in lieu of 'G vt,
House and Land TaK etc. -

Total Revenue Head 1


Revenue Head 2. Town Rates.

1 Houses and Lands
2 Stock of Traders
3 Banks .

Total Revenue lead 2


Revenue Head 3. Water Rates.


12,246
18,405
514

31,166-


I


3,116 00


3,116 00




12,123 32
17,751 20
514 80

30,389 32


Private Water Pates .. 6,299 971 6,341
General Water Eates 1,267 81: 1,326
Services to Government Build- 1,173 80 1,135
ings in Town l
(Goneral Water Rates, Govern- 181 80 1,75
meant Buildings in Town
Bervices-to Government B1uild- 436 00 332
ings out of Town
repairss to Private Services 050 00 -').0
\VateorSupplied Ships K. 35) 00 320
Subsidy from Governiiient for 720 001 20d
\Wtetr'suppliic'd Suburban Area|sl

Total Rovenueo Iead 3 11,079 38 10,600
(


Increase


123 46
653 90


777 36






38 --20


20 6 60

80 103 20

00 400 00
00- 030 00
00


64 578 00


Decrease


41 03
58 23


Actual
1949


3,116 00


3,116 00




10,283 08
14,280 17
504 80

25,068 05


3,358


-507



311

89
135
288


99' 26 4,690


Explanations.


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3,116 00


3,116, 00


"


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Estiniate A' l'roveP
19 I 1
1 93o i


e I Aciual
Increase -Decrease
iI


EXplanations.


Revenue Head 4. 1Market.

1 Licences .. 360 00O
2 F(Ps aind D),i ", .. 5,400 (00
3 Rents of Butchers' St:sii . 2io. 0o

Total R1veniiiee )liad 4 ..t ( 40 00

Revenue Head 5. Cemetery Fees.

1 Land Acquired for Burials . 7G00 (:i)

Total Roveiiie IHead 5 7(0 00M

Revenue Head 6. 'Rents and
Miscellaneous Receipts..

1 Rental of Lands and Miseella- 1,300 00o
neous Receilpts

Total Revenue Iead 6 .. 1,300 o i

Revenue Head 7. Sale of Lands.

1 Sale of Lands .. 250 00

Total Revenue Head 7 .. 250 001

Revenue Head 8.. Provident Fund

1 Provident Fund . 42 36
Total Revenue Head 8 42 36
r ___ .


500
5,S00
180

63.48n


500 no

500 0o)




1,'2)0 \ 001


1.200 00


10(0 00




260 On!

26) 000




100 00
100 00
loo oo


10 00 240 00







42 3
10 "00 ___0_O


I


001 :3581
(A 6,24-0
162

nO0 6,78:i


427 20 New Rates imposed,

427 20


S1,541- 72


1,541 72!


43 /32
43 32


I

C


_ _ I_ _


I_ I_ __ _


) Detail of lIevenue.










De'lail of Rlevenue. 1951 1 tinite Increase
3 195U
_ --- ^_^ ^ ^ _


Decrease


A ctual
1949


Revenue Head 9. General
Licences.


(iemina
Iinlkeries ;
Su(la Wa\tol ,Fa1tori-s 'i
'1'rav living Ag'n.(l-s etc.
( C miiissilii, A}eiits
ow'p l"_.(.tri' s

'l'ut::! lievenue lliadw 9'


8 00 48 001

. 2.5 20 (i 0


I 00 I

. 85 ) 20 7760 (UC


1,0
40 00 360 (
9. 60i 168 (
24 00

73 60 59S


Explanations.


One only.

80


IMMARY OF REVENUE, 1951.
t
I1:cu .. '. 3, 11
I Iead 2. 3 1, 16(
IlI o.. 11,07.
: lea 4 .. .. 6,04(
S e11 ,d ,) .. .. 76(

li;! i 8i .. 42 .. ;
I le1 7 82)(
21 .', ) . 4. '


c.
6 00
S68
0 38
00
0 00
() 0
I (>(

S36
S20


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1951 ESTIMATES KING(STOWN BOARD.
- .~ [---- --- ----


:Detail of Expenditure.


,Expenditure Head 1. Charges
on Account of Public Debt.
1 Interest on Loan for Fire
Brigade
- 2 Interest on Loan for- New
Market
3 Sinkirg Fuand Loan for New
Market
4 1-epa|yment''nstalment, Loan
for ire Brigade, (1947)
,5 Annuity--Loann for Recon-
stru(tioni of IStreets

Total Exienditure Head 1 ,


Expenditure Head 2; Salaries.

1 WVarden and Supirvisor, Water
,Works ($1,680 x'$96-.$2,160)
2, Chief Cerkc and Storekoeeier
(81,200 x $72-$1,680)
;;Ma ket lot rk ($7'20 x $60-
$.i-152)
4 Assistant Maarket Clerki
(S;00 x $4- $720)
; esse,:gS r r-($288 x $24-5480)
6 'Town Constabls (2 at $480 x
$24--$600) now 1 only at
i$A8o x $24- $600)
7 Bon'us to Emiployees

Total Expenditure Hend 2 .
a*


Estimate
1951


28

1,680

960

7i0

1,154


4,543 70


2,064

1,4S88

960.

600

480


Approved r
Estimate Iicreise
1950


.57 64


720

1,154


1,932




1,968

1,416

912.


456 00


1;680

960


2,640 00


Actual
Decrease 1949
______________


28 82


86 47





720 56

1,154 32


1,961 35


1,776 00

1,272 00

852 00



408 00


Explanations.






New Provisions calculated
for half year.
Do. do do.


New post created.


528 00 1,056 00 528 00 1,020 00 One post abolished.
1,350' .00 1,300 00 50 00 1,455 48

7,470 00 7,108 00 886 00 528 00 6,783 48
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Estimate
1951


a Detail of Expenditure.



Expenditure Head 3. Pensions
etc.
1 Pensions etc:
2 Provident Fund
;I New Pnisions Fund


Total Expenditure Head':3 .. 1,96 58

SExpenditure Head 4. Water
Works. *


Watchman--and TurncoclC .
Materials and Maintenance -
Gardens Water Scheme .
*terilisation Plants
Contribution lo Government
for Water Supplied


'432 00
4,000 00

400 00
.6o00 :00


Approved
Estimate
S1950


750 00
90 80
480 00

1,320 80



432 00
.4,000 CO
50 00
650 00
5,600 00


Total Expenditure Head 4, 10,432 00 10,732 00


Expenditure Head 5. Fire
Brigade.
1 Policeman
2 Maintenance


00 i92 00
,00 ,400 00


Total Expenditure Head 5 592 (00 592 00


expenditure Head 6.
Cemetery.
Ta.ges, Gravedigger .. 480
ainl.eiance .. 1,3.00

Total Expenditure Head 6 .. 1,780


00
00

00


360
1,500

1,860


increase Decrease


Actual
1949


438 12
24 22 642 58

24 22 1,00 70
24 22 1,080 70
I ---


432
3,325
50 00 191
250 00 701


120 00


120 00


300 00 4,651 04



S 192 00


200 00


245 91

437 91



360 00
1,867 46


200 001 2,227 46


Explanations.


00o
751
961 Scheme closed.
33Importation Chlorine re-
duced.


E

1 W
2 Ml


-- --------- ---- -- -- -


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.750 00
66 58
480 00


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Detail of Expenditure.



Expenditure Head 7. Streets,
Buildings etc.
I. street Repairs
21 Upkeep Buildings
3 TUpkeep Victoria Park
4. Impi;ovements' and-Repairs to
Drains
5 New Kingstown Mark:et
F Street Recolstruction
7' Drainage Extensivn ;


Estimate
-1951


3,000
2,400.
800


.500 00

4,800 CO
1,000 OC


Total Expenditure end 7 .. 12,500 00


Expenditure Head 8. Lighting
of Streets.
1 Lighting of Streets

Total Expenditure Head 8

Expenditure Head 9.
Miscellaneous.
1 Printing and Stationery
2 'Winding and Repairing Cau.h-
-dral Clock
3 'T'elephone Rental'
4 aIyinont to'Treasury for keep-
i.ng Aceounts
5 Contribution to Library
6 Insurance of Library
-7 Education

SCarried forwardd :


2,400 00

2,400 00



100 00

120 00
97 92

400 00
600 00
161 70
288 00

1,767 62


Approved
Estimate Increase
1950


3,288 00
1,800 00 600 00
900 00

500 00
2,000 001
4,440 001 360 00
__ 1,009 00

12,928. 00 1,960 00


'2,400 00

2,400, 00



100 00

120 00
97 92

2.8 00
600 00
161 70
288 '00

1,575 .62


112: 00


Decrease


2,000 00


Actual
1949


2,923
S1.474
599


482 65

2,398 07


2,388 00 7,877 93


2,400 00

2,400 00


288 00
60 00
161 70
255 31

1,553 85


Explanations.


Cost of repairs to Library-
and Cathedral Clock Tow
er included .

Now shown under Head 1.




















Additional payment request-
e


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- --


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Detail of Expenditure.


Expenditure Head 9.
Miscellaneous-(Contd.)
Brought forward


Contingencies
Uniforms
Supervision of Market
Storm Damages
Acting Appointments
Office Fittings
Extension McKie's Hill Road
Contribution to Baby Creche
Public Urinals and Blaths
Electrical Stunner and Pistol
Bolt
Legal Advice
Contribution to King George
V, Playing' Field
Truck Maintenance
Removal Carpenter's Yard
Latrihe


-- --


200
300
. 48
.1 500
150

100

S 120
. 1,250

1.


Total Expenditure ,lead 9... 6,255


Expenditure Head 10.
Contribution to General
Revenue for Sanitation.

1 Contribution to General Rev- 1,920
enue for sanitation


00!
00i
00


00

00
ool
50



62,






Ofl


200 00
300. 001
48 00
600 00
150 00


10


Total Expenditure Head 10 .


S 48 00
0,> I


20' 0ilt'


0O 70



120 001
1950 amount voted for, :i.lI-
year only.


2,692 90
-\





1,920 -00


1,920 00



Estiat L Approved Actual
Et Estimat Increase Decrease Explanations.
1951 195> 1 .

1 i


S1,767 6'2 1,575 62 112 00 1,553 85

S 480 O' "480 00. 202 111
20i60 00 200 00o 191 40
500 00 700 00 200 00 499 56
280 00 480 00 2 00 17 28 provision.
360 00 360 00 w prov


1,920


.










Estimate
Detail of Expenditure, 1951
1951


Expenditure Head 11. Travel-
\ ling Allowance Wa'rden.
1 Travelling Allowance, Warden

Total Expenditure Head 1.1 ..

Expenditure Head 12. Upkeep
Public Latrines.
1 Upkeep Public Latrine ...

Total Expenditure Head 12

Expenditure Head 13. Duty
Allowance Chairman and Members.,
1\ Chairman
2 Other members ..

Total Expenditure Head 13

Expenditure Head 14. Meat
Inspection.
1 Meat Inspection .

Total Expenditure Head 14 .

Expenditure Head 15. Special
Expenditure.
1 Water Tubings and Fittings ..
2 Garage and `tore Room .
3 Flilts Latrine, Carpenter'-s
Yard

Total Expenditure Hlead 15 .


Approved
Estimate
1950


432 00 432 00

432 00 432 00



1,300 001 1,300 0

1,30o 00 1,300' 00



480 00o 480 00
1,680 00 1,6800 00

2,160 00 2,160 90


480 00

480 00



4,000 00
1.000 00


480

180


9 000 00


3,840 001


8,840 00 9,000


Increase


A actual
Decrease 1949





S360 00

360 00



1,423 91

1,423 91



480 00


480 00



465 56

465 56


5,000 00
1,000 00
3,840 001


4,S40o 00 3,000 00


Explanations.











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SUM MAIY OF

Heald I.
Head 2
TIead :3
Head 4
Head 5
'Head 6
Head 7
Head 8
H-ad 9
Head 10
Head 11"
Head 12
Head 13'
Heal 14


Special Expenditure

Estimated Surplus on Ordinary Year's Working
Surplus Funds Kingstown Board


EXPEN'IATURE, 1951.
$ e.
4,543 70
S 7,470 '00
1,296 58
10,432 00
592 00
1,780 00
12,500 00
2,400 00
6,255 62
1,920 00
432 00
1,3i;0 00
2,160 00
480 00

$53,561 90

8,840 00

.. $ 1,051.72
1$20,000.00


Approved and passed by the Kingstown Board this 28th day of December, 1950.


8. F. BONADIE,
Chairman.




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