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    Ordinance No. 21 of 1951: An Ordinance to amend the Entertainments Ordinance, No. 43 of 1947
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    Ordinance No. 22 of 1951: An Ordinance further to amend the Pensions Ordinance, No. 16 of 1948
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    Ordinance No. 24 of 1951: An Ordinance to implement an agreement made between the Government of the Colony of Saint Vincent and the Colonial Development Corporation for the construction maintenance and operation of hydroelectric works by the Corporation in the said Colony
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 62: The Post Office Amendment No. 5) Regulations, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 63: The Stamp (Obsolete Issues) Regulations, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 64: The Exotic Species of Fish (Prohibition of Importation) notice, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 65: The Prices Control (Amendment No. 23) Notice, 1951
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SAINT VIN( CENT' .


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE /


jlablishied bg ^uthortit.


VOL. 84.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 JULY, 1951. [No. 35.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 309.
VISIT OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR.

It is notified for general information that His Excellency the Governor,
Brigadier Sir R. D. H. ARUNDELL, K.C.M.G., O.B.E., accompanied by Lady
ARUNDELL, arrived in the Colony by the C. N. S. Lady Rodney" on the after-
noon of 2nd July, on an official visit of about a fortnight.
3rd July, 1951.
(A. 2/1950).

No. 310.
MEETING OF LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

A meeting of the Legislative Council will be held in the Council Chamber
-on Thursday 5th July at 10 a.m.
Before the ordinary business of the Council His Excellency the Governor
will take the opportunity of presenting the M.B.E. to Mr. W. M. LOPEY M.A.,
Headmaster Grammar School; the British Empire Medal to Mr. THOMAS INCE
of the Electricity Department and the King's Commendation to Mr. STANLEY
SUTHERLAND, also of the Electricity Depirtment.
The Orders of the Day" of this meeting are published as a Supplement to
this issue of the Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the general public.
3rd July, 1951.
(A. 1/1949).

No. 311.
APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR, GRENADA.

It is announced by the Secretary of State for the Colonies, Mr. JAMES
GRIFFITHS that he has appointed Mr. WALLACE MACMILLAN, Administrative
Officer, Tanganyika, to be Administrator of' Grerada. Windward Islands, in
succession to Mr. G. C. GREEN, C.M.G., 3M.B.E., who is retiring.
Particulars of Mr. MACMILLAN are as follows:-
Born: 1913.
Educated: Bell-B:ixter Schocl. Cupar, and St. Andrews University,
M.A., (I-Ions.)
Cadet, Tanganyika Territory, 1937; Assistant District Officer, 1939;
District Officer, 1947.
3rd July, 1951.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 JULY, 1951.-(No. 35).


No. 304.
THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE, 1946, No. 22 of 1946.

PRELIMINARY NOTIFICATION AND POWER TO ENTER LAND UNDER
SECTION 4 OF THE ABOVE ORDINANCE.

W. F. COUTTS,
Administrator.
The Governor-in-Coi2ncil is of the opinion that the lands described in the
schedule hereto are likely to be required for a public purpose, to wit, the
accommodation of head-works, pipe lines, balancing tank and power station of the
Hydro-electrie generating system and any approach road thereto, and that it is
necessary to make a preliminary survey or other investigation of the said lands.
SCHEDULE.
ALL THAT lot piece or parcel of land bordered and shaded in RED in six drawings
thereof numbered respectively C.H.E.2A, C.H.E.2B, C.H.E.2C, C.H.E.2D, C.H.E.2E,
and C.H.E.2F which may be seen at the Surveys Office in the Public Works
Department, Kingstown, together with such other land in the vicinity thereof as
the authorised officer may consider necessary for the furtherance of the above-
mentioned public purpose.
By Command.


25th June, 1951.
(P 10/51)


No. 312.
VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE.

RESIGNATION OF COMMANDANT.

Mr. J. L. CHAPMAN, M.B.E., as
Commandant of the Volunteer Fire
Brigade, with effect from 1st June, 1951.
3rd July, 1951.
(C. 13/1940).

No. 313.
APPOINTMENT OF TEMPORARY
COMMANDANT.

Mr. O'NEIL McINTOSH, Quarter-
master-Sergeant of the Volunteer Fire
Brigade as Commiandant, with effect
from 1st June, 1951, and until further
notice.
3rd July, 1951.
(C. 13/1950).

No. 314.
ACTING APPOINTMENTS.

Mr. CONRAD BUTE, Senior Clerk
(Labour Department), as Labour Conm-
missioner, with effect from 8th May,
1951 and until further notice.
3rd July, 1951.
(P.F. 201).

No. 315.
Mr. M. H. DENTON, Senior Agricul-
tural Instructor, as Agricultural
Assistant (Livestock), Camden Park
Experiment Station, with effect from 1st
July, 1951.
3rd July, 1951.
(C. 1/10';1).

No. 316.
LEGISLATION.

The untder-menetionIed Ordinances
which have been assented to by the


BERNARD GIBBS,
Government Secretary.


Governor's Deputy are published for
general information with this issue of
the Gazette :-
No. 20 of 1951.-An Ordinance for
the incorporation of certain per-
sons as Trustees of the Mission
known as the General Council of
Co-operating Baptist Missions of
North Amerioa.
(W. 46/1950).
No. 21 of 1951.-An Ordinance to
amend the Entertainments Ordi-
nance, No. 43 of 1947.
(J. 12/1948).
No. 22 of 1951.-An Ordinance fur-
ther to amend the Pensions Ordi-
nance, No. 16 of 1948.
(F. 44/1948).
No. 23 of 1951.-An Ordinance to en-
sure that owners and Occupiers of
agricultural land fulfil their re-
sponsibilities to the community
by managing their land in such a
manner as to prevent erosion and
ruination of the soil.
(B. 33/1949.)
No. 24 of 1951.-An Ordinance to
implement an agreement made
between the Government of the
Colony of Saint Vincent and the
Colonial Development Corpora-
tion for the construction mainten-
anue and operation of hydro-
electric works by the Corporation
in the said Colony.
(P. 2/1951.)
3rd July, 1951.

No. 317.
The following docrumenl s are publish-
ed with this issue of the Gazette:--
.R. & 0. No. 62.-The Post Office
Amendment No. 5) Reaulations,
1951.
(i40/193, ;).













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 JULY, 1951.-(No. 35). 181


S.R. & O. No. 63.-The Stamp (Obso-
lete Issues) Regulations, 1951.
(9 0/196).
S.R. & O. No. 64.-The Exotic Species
of Fish (Prohibition of Importa-
tipn) Nptice, 31951. .

S.R. & O. No:. 65.-The Prices Control
(Amendment No. .23) Notice,
1951.
(T. 20/1949).
3rd July, 1951.


No. 318.
S,9iILpMENTS TO GAZETTE.

The Accounts of the Colony for the
period 1st to 31st January, 1951, are
published with this issue of the Gazette.
3rd July, 1951.


No. 319.
Returns showing quantity and value
of the principal articles imported into
St. Vincent, and principal exports from
St. Vincent for the month of June,
1949, copies of which may also be seen
at the Government Office, Kingstown
Library,and at all Revenue Offices and
Police Stations, are published as a Sup-
plement to this Gazette.

By Command,

BERNARD GIBBS,
Government Secretary:.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
3rd July, 1951.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

SUPREME COURT NOTICES.

NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CRIMINAL causes on
Tuesday, the 17th day of July, 1951,
commencing at 11.00 o'clock in the
forenoon.
All parties concerned, also such per-
sons as are bound over by recognizance
to prosecute or give evidence, or sum-
moned as jurors or witnesses are com-
manded to give their personal attendance.
30th June, 1951.


NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting.
,of the -Supreme Court of the Windward
I:ands and Leeward Islands will. be
leld at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CIVIL causes in the
Summary and Original Jurisdictions of
the Coolrt 6 7 ,sdaU/ the : I;t day of
Ji ,1,,, I 7 c, iu'i CI.:iig at l.00' o'clock
the f'r-ii rnii
30th Jtine, 1951.

NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islarids:uld 'L'-.., irld Islaid:s: will be
hIeld at the Coiurt House in Kingstown,.
for the hearing of': APPEALS FROM
MAGISTRATES on Tuesday, the 17th
day of July, 1951, commencing at
11.00 o'clock in the forenoon.

DESMOND A. McNAMARA,
Raisstrar, Supremne Court..
Registrar's Office,
Kingstown,
30th June, 1951.


SAINT VINCENT.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE;
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS.

(Original Jurisdiction)
A.D. 1949.

Suit No. 36.
Between
BEATRICE FRASER, Admin-
tratrix of the Estate of ..ainti.
Charles Alexander Fraser, Pla
deceased. )


Sand
ANNIE MILLS


Defendant..


Notice is hereby given that on Satur-
day the 7th day of July, 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 Kingstown the undermention-
ed goods and chattels the property ct<
the above-named defendant ANNIE
MILLS levied upon by virtue of a writ
of seizure and sale issued in the above
suit:-
One house the sides boarded, and roof
covered with galvanise iron, situ-
ated at Belair in St. George's
Parish.
Dated the 9th day of June, 1951.

D. A. McNAMARA,
Registrar, SupInreme Court.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESODY, .3; JULY, 1951.-(No. 35).


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ARROWROOT: NOTICES.

'Election of District Delegate to represent Small Growers in the Biabou District on the
Arrowroot Association.

Under Arrowroot (Amendment) Ordinance No. 25 of 1950 notice is hereby
.given that a ballot to elect the district delegate for Biabou will be taken on
Sunday 22nd July, 1951 between the, hours of 3.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.
2. Votes should be cast at the Biabou Association Hall.
3.-Persons whose names appear in the list below are entitled to vote in the
Biabou District and each person.is entitled to one (1) vote only.

List of Small .Growers who delivered Starch from Biabou District to the Arrow-
root Association during Crop 1950-51.


Aridrews, Lorriana
Drayton, A. C.
Durrant, Alice
Daniel, Jane
Gonsalves, Agatha
Hull, Esau
Job, Candace
Johnson, Marietta
Jackson, Advira
James, Samuel
Ollivierre Esmie
Peters, Edith
Sutherland, Hilary
Smart, Huldah
Sharpe, Maurice
Zelin
Thompson, Maude


Biabou
,
Lowmans
New Prospect
Bridgetown
Biabou
Lowmans
Biabou
New Prospect
Lowmans
Bridgetown
Biabou
,,
Lowmans

Brigetow
Bridgetown


Weight
delivered in lbs.
633
5,981
589
1,582
5,102
2,948
545
7,163
1,750
1,488
2,104
564
3,710
2,015
3,086
1,202
2,196


'Election of District Delegate to represent Small Growers in the Kingstown-Leeward
District on the Arrowroot Association.

Under Arrowroot (Amendment) Ordinance No. 25 of 1950 notice is hereby
given that a ballot to elect the district delegate for Kingstown-Leeward will be
taken on Saturday 21st July, 1951 between the hours of 10 a.m., and 3 p.m.
2. Votes should be cast at the offices of the Agricultural Department,
.Kingstown.
3. Persons whose names appear in the list below are entitled to vote in the
Kingstown-Leeward District,'and each person is entitled to one (1) vote only.

List of Small Growers who delivered Starch from Kingstown-Leeward to the
Arrowroot Association during Crop 1950-51.


Name.

Cambridge, Donald
Collis, Elizabeth
Charles, Wilfred
Crichton, Verold
Daize, Alfred
Dyer, George
Daize, Emanuel
DcRiggs, Ernest
Fraser, Edward
Gonmes, Albert
Go rdon. Cecelia
Gabriel, Svlina


Address.

Layou

Cumberlbnd
Arnos Vale
Gordon Yard
Cumberland
Go'rdon Yard
Spring Village
Lay ou

Rutland Vale
Layon


Weight
deliveredin lbs.
1,906
1,795
652
2,186
750
380
498
185
1,588
1,883
393
735


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SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 3 JULY, 1951.-- No. 35).


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List of Small Growers who delivered Starch frovm Kingstown-Leeward to the
Arrowroot Association during Orop 1950-51.-(Contd.)


Name.


Hazlewood, Randolph
S Donalie
Hamilton, Josiah
Jack, Cornelius
John, Rawle E.
Keane, Walter
Lockhart, Rupert E.
Mapp, Desmond R.
Marshall, I. D.
Melville, Ermine
Porter, Marcus
Patterson, James
Robertson, Uranus
Samuel, Abraham
Simon, Clifford
Saunders, Picton
Slater, Lestelle
Warner, Constance
Walker, Charles
Williams, Stannie
Young, Herman


Address.


Layou



Wallilabou
Layou
Richmond Hill
Happy Hill
Richmond Hill
Layou
Cumberland
Layou
Spring Village
Layou
,,

Kingstown
Arnos Vale
Layou
Kingstown Hill
Layou


Weight
delivered in lbs.
2,356
1,579
1,395-
1,003
4,409
344
2,798
632
291
1,689
497
1,515
645
2,216
354
746
178
1,292
1,413
522
904


Election of District Delegate to represent Small Growers in the Mesopotamia District
on the Arrowroot Association

Under Arrowroot (Amendment) Ordinance No. 25 of 1950 notice is hereby
given that a ballot to elect the district delegate for Mesopotamia will be taken
on.Sunday, 22nd July, 1951 between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and 6.30 p.m.
2. For purposes of polling, the district will be divided into two areas.
Area A' to include all small growers delivering starchto the Association from
Mesopotamia, Yambou, Evesham, Carriere, Hopewell, Richland Park, Belmont,
Fountain, Belair, Gomea and Acres. Area B' will include Stnbbs, Mt. Pleasant,
Calder, Argyle, Brighton, Belvedere, Enhams, Victoria Village, Glamorgan,
Prospect, Diamond, Choppins. Carapan, lathomill, Calliaqua, Glen and Golden
Vale.
3. Votes should be cast in Area 'A' at the Mesopotamia Government School,
and in Area 'B' at the Stubbs Government School.
4. Persons whose names appear in the list below are entitled to vote in the
Mesopotamia District, and each person is entitled to one (1) vote only.


List of Small Growers who delivered Starch from Mesopotamia
Arrowroot Association during Crop 1950-1951.


Name.


Arthur, Joseph
Audain, Isabella
Ambris, Rnth
Arrindel, Magdaline
Bullock, Harold
Cecil
Bradshaw, Leeward V.
Bowman. Edwina
Bullock, Robert
Bacchus, Vernon
Bradslraw, Gladys
Bailey, Ann


Address,


Ratho Mill
Joseph Land
Belair
Carrier
Mesopotamia
Evesham
Belmont
Evesham Vale
Fountain
Mesolnitamiia
J.,osph Land
Belair


District to the

Weight deliv-
ered in lbs.
2,992
470
398
396
2,933
1,015
4,385
272
1,513
2,310
2,020
725











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 JULY, 1951.-(CNo. 35).


Lisb of Small Growers who delivered Starch from Kingstown-Leeward to the
S. Arrow r'ot 'A:ssociation during Grop 1950-51.-(Contd.)


Name, Address.


Brereton. Percival
Bullock, Chesterfield
SBacchus, Hamilton
S Joseph
S Lauren
Bullock, Walter
Bacchus, Edwin
S ., Alphaeus
Amos
Cato, Meta
Charles, George
Chance, Albertina
Constance, George
Clarke, Anita
Deane, Donald
Da. Costa, Helen
SDavis, Beatrice
Davis, Vail
Drayton, Lucy
Falby, William A.
Frith, R. G.
Goviai John
Guy, William
Henry,, Gertrude.
Hutchinson, James
Harry, Dorothy
Joseph, Henrietta
O'niel
Jack, Clarissa
Jennings, Izod
King, Irena
Lewis, Neta
Leigertwood, Lesline
Matthews, William
Menia
Marks, Catherine
Me. Lean, Remus
Me. Dowall, Mary Adina
NichollF, Claude
Nelson, James
Noel, Ada
Payne, Doris
Peters, Louise
Payne, Henry
Questelles, Joseph
Roache. Miriam
Samuel, Nathaaiel
,, TNathan
,, James
,, Glenroy
Searles, Susanah
Sampson, Inez
Sam, Johnnie
Shparman, Norman
Tim, Amos
James
Williams, Alvin
St. Clair
Wiltshire, Ensina
Walkins, Lyn
Wilson, Martha
Young, Jestina


Prospect
Yambou
Yambou
Richland Park
Yambou
Mt. Pleasant
S Yambou
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Belmont
Hopewell
Belair
Belair
Mt. Pleasant
Akers Hill
SMesopotamia
Richland Park
Evesham
Mesopotamia
Stubbs
Carriere Estate
Belmont
Yambou
Calder
Calder
Mesopotamia
Victoria Village
Glamorgan
C alder
Argyle
* Belair
Mt. Pleasant
Stubbs
Belair
Belair
Mesopotamia
Stnbbs
Rich land Park
Belair
Victoria Village
Fair Hall
Calder
Brighton
Calder
Belair
Stubbs
Eplair
Eveslam Vale
Mesopotamia
Evesham
Dauphine
Mesopotamia
Mt. Pleasant
Mesopotamia
Evesham
Evesham
Evesham
Evesbam
Stulbbs
Rtunbhs
Evesham
Enhamis


Weight
delivered inlbs.
4,023
2,977
2,187
5,877
1,343
6,485
1,679
S1,041
S5,231
1,064
994
312
356
5,925
3,962
1,986
1,188
10,438
S2,185.
3,208
S 7,157
6,762
1,166
7,326-
3,483
4,959
530
6,406
2,217
3,282
311
1,855
780
1,370
583-
S3,062
4,922-
1,280
991
4.451
814
1,383
345
2,197
454
2,181
518
347
1,938
599
175
497
1,584
1.467
832
1,903
4,827
671
1,802
1,378
1,19 0
991


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 JULY, 1951.-(No. 35). 185


::*;Election of District Delegate t' repre sent Small Growers in the Georgetown
District on the Ariowroot Association.



Under Arrowroot (Amendment) Ordinance No. 25 of 1950 notice is hereby-
given that a ballot to elect the district delegate for Georgetown will be taken on
Thursday 19th July, 1951 between the hours of 3.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.

2. Votes should be cast at the Georgetown Government School.

3. Persons whose names appear in the list below are entitled to vote in- the'
Georgetown District and each person is entitled to one (1) vote only.

LIST OF SMALL GROWERS WHO DELIVERED STARCH FROM GEORGETOWN TO THE ARROWROOT
AssOCIATION DURING CROP 1950-51.


Name.


Agard, Walter
Balcomnbe, Jerome
Blake, Lesseline
Brackin, Lea
Bailey, Alfred
Boyea, St. Clair
Bailey, Theophemy
,Ruth
Browne, Lucille
Edward
Balcombe, Dennis
Cuffy, Mervyn E.
.Cumma, Amanda
Crichton, Estelle
Clarke, Albert
Crichton, Henry
Child, Eunice
Clarke, Robert
Clouden, Ethel
Cato, Florence
Corke, Elwin
Cole, Arthur
Cox, Albert
Clarke, Alfred
Doris
Crichton, Alban
Cropper, Wilcox
Cumma, Rosalind
Cato, Claudius
Charles, Marian
Corke, Christobell
Collins, Ambrozine
Cuffy, Beryl
Crichton, Victor
Francis
Kelvin
Da Silva, Lawrence
De Nobriga, John
Da Silva, Vincent
Dellimore, Philly
Dublin, Doris
Dickson, Willie
Emmanuel, Blanche
Fraser, Eldica
Forbes, Ernest
Gatherer, Edward
S Mildred
Glasgow, Leither
Gonsalves, Daisy
Griffith, Rufuel
Grant, Charles


Address


Georgetown
O'Briens

Sandy Bay
Chili
Byera
Caratal

Georgetown



O'Briens

Georgetown



Caratal
Georgetown


Mt. Bentinck
O'Briens

Dicksons

O'Briens
Dicksons
Georgetown





O'Briens
Georgetown


Dicksons
Georgetown
O'Briens
Byera
Georgetown
Dicksons
Georgetown


Byera-
Georgetown
Mt. Bentinck


Weight
delivered in Ibs.
3,998
8,998
3,143
1,700
4,437
10,843
1,426
886
3,222
1,633
2,504
9,148
5,243
5,001
5,214
7,490
4,896
2,185
2,882
3,093
10,058
3,016
5,148
6,900
4,438
4,477
1,919
1,101
446
2,714
3,856
1,560
2,525
7,684
7,544
2,000
3,370
10,898
3,445
1,419
6,289
5,388
3,023
2,748
1,596
8,812
3,746
1,713
1,970'
1,532
7,822















186 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 JULY, 1951.-(No. 35).


LIST OF SMALL GROWERS WHO DELIVERED STARCH FROM GEORGETOWN TO THE ARROWROOT
ASSOCIATION DURING CROP 1950-51.


Name.


Hoyte, Augustus
Hadley, John
Hamlett, Hannah
Henry, Oleanor
James, Joseph
Jones, Charles
John, Clara
Jackson, Victoria
Joseph, Hepsie
Joseph, John
Kelly, Maude
Kelly, David
Liverpool, Samuel
Lobban, Martha
Lewis, Mable
Percy
,Bessie
Lindsay, Walker
Louis, John
Mercury, Claude
David
Dorothy
McKenzie
Mills, Ruby Elaine
Mc Barnett, Henrietta
Neptune, Priscilla
Nanton, Japheth
Neptune, Louise
O'Niel, William
Peters, Herbert
Gladys
Richards, William
Rouban, William
Ross, Clement
Richards, Claritbelle
Roderiques, Joseph
Stephens, Percy
Sutton, Clyde
Small, Lydian
Sutherland, Jonathan
Sween, Samuel
Sutherland, David
Sutton, Priscilla
Smith, Bertha
Sutherland, Robert
Smith, Christopher
Simmons, Rebecca
Sutherland, Leonora
Samuel, Francisca
Thorne, Leonora
Texeira, Emanuel
Toppen, Percy
Woods, Ruth
Williams, Claude
Hilda Elizabeth
Walker, Theophilus
Williams, Hilda,
Albert
Wilfred
Young, Morris
Samuel


Address


Sandy Bay
Chili
Georgetown

Dicksons
Georgetown

Chili
Byera Hill
Overland
Byera
Byera
Georgetown
O'Briens
Georgetown


Mt. Bentinck
Georgetown
Dicksons



Georgetown
Dicksons
Byera Hill
Sandy Bay
Byera Hill
Caratal

O'Briens
Georgetown
Byera Hill
Caratal
O'Briens

Georgetown

O'Briens
Caratal
Georgetown
O'Briens
Georgetown

Caratal
Georgetown
Chili
Georgetown
Chester Cottage
Dicksons
Georgetown
Sandy Bay
O'Briens
Georgetown
Georgetown
Byera
Chili
Georgetown
Chili
Caratal
Georgetown


Weight
delivered in Tb
6,252
3,730
5,229
4,059
3,230
2,145
5,250
575
1,252
2,641
1,697
3,043
6,119
3,463
8,702
2,647
3,397
5,780
5,338
4,120
1,621
597
2,112
3,712
4,033
3,318
3,239
1,311
3,496
2,926
597
3,749
2,084
3,437
1,517
4,819
8,325
4,367
2,625
10,168
1,432
6,032
1,427
2,627
912
1,472
1,808
2,836
1,688
2,747
3,541
2,211
5,006
3,887
3,347
2,883
1,039
8,828
1,103
10,874
2,095
















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 JULY, 1951.--(No. 35).


Election of District Delegate to represent Small Growers in the Three Rivers
District on the Arrowroot Association.



Under Arrowroot (Amendment) Ordinance No. 25 of 1950 notice is hereby
given that a ballot to elect the district delegate for Three Rivers will be taken on
Wednesday, 18Th July, 1951 between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and 6.30 p.m.
2. For purposes of polling, the district will be divided into 2 areas. 'Area 'A'
to include all si;iall growers delivering starch to the Association from Three Rivers,
South Rivers, Park Hill, Colonarie and Friendly Village. Area 'B' will include
North Union, New Adelphi, New Grounds, Chapmans, Diamond Village and
Lowmans.
3. Votes should be cast in Area 'A' at the Revenue Office, Colonarie, and in
Area B' at the Union Methodist School.
4. Persons whose names appear in the list below are entitled to vote in the
Three Rivers District, and each person is entitled to one (1) vote only.

LIST OF SMALL GROWERS WHO DELIVERED STARCH FROM THREE RIVERS DISTRICT TO THE
ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION DURING CROP 1950-51.


Name.

Abbott, Agnes
Allen, Pauline
Agard, Ivy
Bacchus, Clara
Browne, Eric
Bowman, Wilberforce
Browne, Albertina
Clarke, Eunice
Cupid, Samuel
Castello, Maude
Cabral, Augustus
Cottoy, Carinus
Ruth
De Freitas, Bruce
." Valentine
Da Silva, Dora
De Freitas, Olive
Imelda
D'Andrade, Daniel
Da Breo, Lucy
De Freitas, Patrick
Ina
S Lynda
S" Joseph
Hermine
S" Martin
Da Breo, Alfred
Douglas, Gr'cc
De Nobriga, Walter
Fereira, Jcrome
Fiddler, itau.de
Francis, Ed-win
S, Joseph
Fiddler, George
Fergus, Tena
Gonsales, Frances
Games, Alfred
Glasgow, Sylvanus
George, Eugina
Iarry, Hubert
Tohnson, Joseph
Jackson, Millie
Jacobs, Austin
Johnny, Geraldine
Joseph, Ivy
Jackson. Esau


Address

Park Hill
Friendly Village
Park Hill
New Grounds
Chapmans
Park Hill
Chanmans
Park Hill
Chapmnans
Psrk Hill

Colonarie
Park Hill



Colonarie
Park Hill

South Rivers
Park Hill



Colonarie

Park Hill
New Adelphi
Park Hill






NeC; Adeiphi
Park nl-ill

N0ew Adclohi



er Grounds
Chalr.mans
Park Hill
Nei Grounds


Weight
delivered in lbs.
498
9,234
4,308
3,171
1,611
5,442
722
1,868
1,065
1,443
2,815
1,021
5,354
1,351
1,772
3,831
3.103
2,891
4,782
1,372
5,355
6,382
1.778
1.243
1,37
1,552
1,208
470
5,213
5,023
2,655
2,4-12
1,955
1,093
200
473
1.834
'C,
.-j




827
,iOS





793
922














188 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 JULY, 1951.-(No. 35).


LIST OF SMALL GROWERS WHO DELIVERED STARCH FROM THREE RIVERS DISTRICT TO TIE
ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION DURING CRON 1950-51.


Name.


Address


King, Cecil Park Hill
,Shanders Diamond
Samuel "
Clement Park Hill
Latchman, W. A,.
Sf PRupert
Dorothy
Marks, Dorothy
Medica, David .
Moore, Gertrude Leonora
Dublin, Leslin South Rivers
Me Kie, William Park Hill
M Dowall, Gertrude
Mc Millan, Claudal
Me Dowall, Benford Colonarie
"' George Park Hill
Mc Millan, Cyril Park Hill
Me Dowall, William R. Colonarie
Eardley Park Hill
Duncan "
,"* Effie "
Pereira, John "
Pitt, Cecil Chapmans
Pereira, Joseph Park Hill
Augustus "
,Mary
Prince, Agnes Chapmans
Parsons, Matilda Park Hill
Rodgers, Eli New Adelphi
Roberts, Wm. Wilberforce N. Union
Rose, Williamina Park Hill
Ryan, Winifred Colonarie
,David Park Hill
Rose, George New Grounds
Rodgers, Hugh New Adelphi
Zenna
Ryan, Sydney Park Hill
Stephens, Charles "
Sampson, Elisha New Adelphi
Saunders, Thomas M. N. Union
Simmons, Elisha Diamond
Spencer, Martha Park Hill
S Samuel, Martha "
Thomas, Vivian "
Theobalds, Joseph "
,Beryl
Young, S. Abimelick New Adelphi


Weight
delivered in 1t
1,986
600
1,614
1,423
3,442
1,587
2,634
6,976
6,006
976
1,956
2,507
857
2,578
8,527
4,151
1,431
3,833
1,035
368
810
4,524
1,367
4,349
2,261
1,366
527
1,785
3,355
1,501
508
1,408
906
1,281
211
779
858
8,087
3,285
2,926
1,713
601
1,775
931
1,185
2,024
736


HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Ag. Superintendent of Agriculture.



TREASURY NOTICES.

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 21st
July, 1951, at the Treasury for the recovery of Taxes due thereon.

V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY,
ST. VINCENT,
29th June, 1951.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 JULY, 1951.-(No. 35).


DI)IST1ICT III


Names
Charles, Owen
Morgan, Aderine
Hendrickson, Marjorie
Malcolm, Percy
Mc Allister, Miriam
Williams, Charles
Williams, Alice
Wilson, Carmen
Joseph, Clara
Woodley, Advinia
Stokes, Iris ,
Walby, Browne
Daniel, James
Grant, Constantine
Myers, James
McKenzie, Irvin


Situation of Property
Lowmans
Camden Park
Lowmans
Camden Park
do.
Cane Wood
Lowmans
do.
Questelles
Retreat
Montro'se
Francois
do.
do.
Buccament
Questelles


Description of Property.
1 House
1 House spot
1 House spot
2 ac. 3 Rds. 12 poles
1 House
4 ac. 2 Rds.
1 House
1 House
1 House spot
1 Rood
1 House
1 House
1 House spot
6 ac. 1 Rd. 7 poles
7 ac. 2 Rd. 24 pole
1 House


DISTRICT IV


Johnson, Cyril
Johnson, Isabell
Doyle, Percy


Lammies
do.
Hermitage


6 ac.
2 ac. 7 poles
3 acres


DISTRICT V


May, Cadman
Criscilda, Ollivierre
Pompey, Mercy A.
Samuel, Peter
Williams, May A.
Knights, George
Mc Kenzie, Morris
Providence, Catherine
Richards, Jonathan
Samuel, George
Stapleton, Arnold
Wickham, Priscilla Hrs of.
Cain, Ephriam


Rose Bank
do.
Trousmaca
Palmyra
Tuscany
Coulls Hill
Rose Hall
Tronmaca
do.
Palmyra
Rose Hall
Coulls Hill
Rose Hall


1 House spot
1 House spot
1 House spot
5 ac. 30 poles
8 ac. 2 Rd. 25 poles
1 House spot
4 ac. 32 poles
1 House spot
1 House
2 acres
28 poles
1 House spot
5 ac. 3 Rds.


The attention of ALL Public Officers, salary, wages or pension payable unless
Gover nment Employees and Pensioners election for payment otherwise t made
is directed to the provisions of S.R. as prescribed.
and 0. 1951 No. 10 which it is intended V. D. ARCHER.
strictly to enforce and which authorise Colonia'l Treasurer.
that monthly deductions in respect of The Treasury,
income tax due shall be made from 30th June, 1951.


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SAINT VINCENT.

No. 21 of 1951.

"I Assent, --


[ L.S. ]


J. M. STOW,

Governor's Deputy.


21st June, 1951.

AN ORDINANCE to amend the Entertainments Ordinance, No. 43
of 1947.
3rd July, 1951.. ]

Enacted by the Governor with the advice and consent of the
Legislative Council of St. Vincent.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Entertainments Short title.
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1951, and shall be read as one with the
Entertainments Ordinance, 1947, (hereinafter referred'to as the No, 43 of 1947.
principal Ordinance) and all amendments-thereto.


2. Section 8 of the principal Ordinance is hereby repealed
and replaced as follows i-
"Power of 8. The Governor in-Council may remit the
Governor in whole or any part of any fees and taxes pay-
Council to able under this Ordinance where he is satis-
remit fees and fled that-
taxes. (a) the whole or. part of the net proceeds of
any' entertainment is devoted to phil-
antropic or charitable purposes; or
(b) the entertainment is of a wholly educa-
tional character; or
(c) the entertainment is ,intended exclu-
Ssively for the amusement of children;
or
..- (d). it is in the public interest to do so."
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principal
Ordinance
amended.


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148

No. 21. Entertainments (Amendment). 1951.


Passed the Legislative Council this 8th day of June 1951.


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SActing Clerk of Legislative Council.
(J. 12/1948) .


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No. 22.of 1951.


I Assent,


[ L.S. ]


J. M. STOW,


Governor's Deputy.

21st June, 1951.

AN ORDINANCE further to amend the Pensions Ordinafice, No.
16 of .1948.

[ 3rd July, 195 1
Enacted by the Governor with the advice and' consent of the
Legislative Council of St.. Vincent.


1. This OrdinanceJ nay be cited as the Pensions (Amendment)
Ordinance; 1951, and shall be read as one with the Pensions
Ordinance (hereinafter referred- to as 'the principal Ordinance)
and all amendments thereto.

2. Paragraph 2 of section .6 of the principal Ordinance is
hereby.amended as follows :-
(a) by the sabstitution of a colon for the semicolon after the.
word gratuity" at the end thereof;
Sb) by the addition thereto of the following proviso :
"provided that if his service in such other public service
is superannuated under the Fedenated Superannuaton
System for Universities or a similar insurance scheme, he
has retired on one of the grounds mentioned in paragraphs
(1), (3), (4), (5) and (.6) of this section."


Short title.

No. 16 of 1948.

Section 6(2)
of principal
Ordinance
amended.






150

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1951.


Passed the Legislative Council this 8th. day of June 1951.

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SActing Cleric of Executive- Council.
(F. 44/1948).


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SAINT VINCENT.

No. 24 of 1951.

I Assent,

[L.S. ] -. J. M:STOW,

G-overnor's Deputy.

21st June, 1951.

AN ORDINANCE to implement an agreement made between the
Government-of the Colony of Saint Vincent and the Colonial
Development Corporation -for the construction maintenance
and operatioK of hydro-electric works by the Corporation in
the said Colony
E On Proclamation. 1
WHEREAS it is desirable for the economic development of the
Colony that sufficient supplies of electricity should be readily
available and that hydro-eleCtric works should be- established in
Sthe Colony for this purpose, and
WHEREAS it is expedient that the Gevernor be empowered to
,enter int agreements with any person prepared to erect such
works and to generate and supply such electricity, aitd to grant
-liiences to such persons and to guarantee to them the necessary
advantages and facilities for the proper operation of such ah
undertaking, and
WHEREAS the Government has settled with the Colonial
-Development Corpolation a statutory body established under an
Act of the Parliament of Great Britain and 'Northern Ireland
entitled the Overseas Resources Development Act 1948 and having
its principal place of business at 33 Dover Street in the County of
London-an agreement in the form set out in the Schedule hereto
subject to the approval of the Legislature, and
SWHEREAS the Legislature of the Colony approved the said
agreement on the 3rd day of May 1951.




M2

Hydro-Flectric:


No. 24.


Short title &
commencement.


1951.


BE IT THEREFORE Ei, .iTE[D 1fij'e Govern.r with the advice and
consent of the Legislative Council.of St. Vincent as follows,:-

1. This Ordiniance may b:- cil':d 3s the HydroElectric
Ordinance 1951 and shall come iotd. operation on a date to be-
appointed by the Governor by Irocla.mation pfiblished-in the'
Gazette. -


Interpretation. 2. In this Ordinance unless the context otherwise requipes:--
S" authorised person means any- person duly authorised by a
licencee to do any actdfor the purposes herein mentioned;-'
S- "the- Corporation" means, the Coloni al Development,
SCorporation; ...
electricity means electricity, -electric voltage, electric currerit,
electric energy or any like agency;
electric line" means a wire or wires, conductor-or other
S- mans used for the purpose of conveying, transmitting or
distributing electricity,-with any casing, coating, covering,
tube, pole, or insulator enclosing, surrounding or supporting
the same or any part thereof or any apparatus connected
therewith for the purpose of conveying, transmitting or
distributing electricity;
local authority means any authority 'having municipal or
-. adnministrati-ve-jurisdiction over and within .any area,-for
which -any rights are conferred by this Ordinance;
S"person," includes bodies of'persons and corporations;
s "works" means the works authorised by this .Ordinance and
includes any i.ydiaulic. electric, mechanicall, cdnstructional
lines, areas, works, buildings, machinery, appliances,
'engines, matter or things of whatever description,'required
in connection with the generation and supply of electricity.

Governor 3. The Governor is hereby- empowered to enter, into an'
empowered agreement with the. Corporation in the terms of the Schedule
to mpke hereto, and to grant to the Corporation an exclusive licence to
agreement with generate, distribute, and sell electricity for the periods and on. the
Corporation terms and conditions shown in the said Schedule which latter
Schedule.- shall have the force of law as if -enacted in this Ordinance .

Generation etc 4. (1) 'During the currency of the said licence'granted to the i
of electricity Corporation it shalHnot be lawful for any person to generate,
during currency distribute or sell electricity within the Colony save for his own use.
of licence -(2)-Any person acting in contravention -of the pReceding
forbidden subsection shall be guilty of an offence thereunder and shall be
except for own liable on summary conviction to a. fine:nbt exceeding two hundred
use and forty dollars or to imprisonment with or without hard labour --
'for a period not exceeding six months; and in addition thereto







No. 24. Hy4Iro-Electric. 1951.

he may be ordered by the court within such time as the court may
prescribe to dismantle his equipment at his own expense, and if
he shall fail to obey'the order of the Coprt within the prescribed
time the Court may order the equipment to be forthwith
dismantled and the -expenses thereby incurred shall be paid by
the person against whom the order has been made.


5. (1) The Corporation or any person or body acting'under_
Sits authority miay-:--
ia) erect or fix in, on, under or overhanging any land, any
posts, wire, works or other apparatus intentled to be used
"in the installation or working of the 'hydro-electric
undertaking : Provided that the Corporatiof shall first
give notice, in writing to -the owner or occupier of any
private land,,if such owner or occupier can reasonably be
ascertained .or post up such nbti.e -conspicuously on the-
land if the owner or occupier cannot be ascertained, of his
intention to erect or fix thereon any such post, wire,-works,
or other apparatus,. and if such ow~nr or occupier shall,
within three days from the service of such notice, give
notice in writing to the Corporation of his .objection
thereto, the matter shall be referred to the Governor and
no entry shall be made on such' land for such purpose
unless and until the Governoi'n-Council shall so direct;
(b# alter, substitute, repair or remove such post, wire, works
or other apparatus when so erected or fixed as aforesaid
at all times when, in the opinion of the Corporation, the
same-may be necessary or desirable;
(2) Subject as aforesaid the Corporation or any authorised
person may enter upon any land and may :-
(a) clear such land; ,.
(b) dig-the soil and remove the surface of such land;
(c) temporarily close or obstruct such land; and
(d) generally do all acts and things necessary for. the carrying
into effect of any such purpose.

6. In the course of construction and for the more effective
working of the hydro-electric undertaking, the Corporation shall
have power, by their officers and agents duly authorised for that
purpose to enter upon..and to cut and remove from any public or
private lands, ahy tree or any branch, bough, or other part of a
tree growing on-such lands within one hundred feet of any main
or sub-main used for conducting electricity and which may-tend
to interfere with, .endanger or otherwise prejudicially affect the
working of the undertaking; but no such officer or duly authorised
agent of the Corporation -shall, except with the consent of the
occupier, enter upon any private lands'under the, provisions of this
section until after the expiration of three days notice in writing
given to the occupier of the land or posted up conspicuously
thereo:n


Corporation *
may erect works
on land for
,purposes of
Hydro-electric
undertaking





















a-

Cutting trees
and boughs









Provided that where any condition exists which is dangerous
or is interrupting or threatening to interrupt, the supply of
electric energy to the distribution system or any'part thereof, the
officers of the. Corporation may immediately enter upon any
public or private lands and take whatever action is necessary to
establish safe conditions or to ensure the continuity of the.supply
of electric energy, without the consent or knowledge ofthe owner.
Wherever the officers of the.Corporation take'action under the
terms of this proviso the Corporation shall inform the owner of
the action taken within three-days thereof.

7. Any person who obstructs or attempts to obstruct the
Corporation-or aty aethorised person in the lawful performance
of any otthe powers conferred by section 5 or 6 of this Ordinance
shall e _guilty of an offence and shall be liable on summary'
conviction to a fine not exceedifig two hundred and forty dollars
or to im-prisonment with c( :' I:at hard labour for a period not
exceeding six months. -


Obstructing
Corporation etc.


Compensation 8. (1) Compensation for any tree eut; or any building or
growing crop or other private property injured or destroyed in
consequence of any act lawfully done in pursuance of the powers
conferred by this Ordinance, shall be paid by the Corporation to
the owner or othgr person interested in such tree, building, crop
or other property.
(2) The amount of such compensation shall, failing
\- agreement, be determined by two arbitrators one to be appointed
by the Corpor-tion and the other by- the owner or person
interested and In the event of their disagreement, by an umpire
to'be chosen by such arbitrators.

Maliciously or 9. The owner or person in charge of any private land who
carelessly nialiciouisly or carelessly fells, lops or trims any tree so as to cause
lopping trees damage toany post, wire or other apparatus erected or fixed for
causing damage the hydro-electric undertaking shall be guilty of an offence and
shall in addition to any penalty that may be imposed on him, be
liable to pay the expenses of remedying the damage so caused.

Unlawful and 10. Any person who unlawfully and maliciously cuts, breaks,
malicious throws clown, destroys, injures or removes any-wire, post, or other
damage matter or thing whatsoever being part pf or being used or
employed in- or about the hydro-electric undertaking shall be
liable on summary conviction to a fine not-exceeding fivehundred
'dollars or to imprisonment with or without hard labour for a
period not exceeding two years.

Stealing 11. Any person whil maliciously oC'fraudulenl.ly abstracts or
electricity consumes or uise-any electricity shall be guilty of larceny and
shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding five
hundred dollars or to imprisonment with or without hard labour
for a period not exceeding two years.


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12. Any person not being duly authorised 5y the Corporation, Tapping
'-who taps or tampers with the electricity supply system or diverts electricity -or
any portion thereof to any improper or unauthorised purpose tampering
shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable to the same therewith
punishment as if he had been convicted of larceny under section
11 of this Ordinance.

13. Any consumer who wilfully or fraudulently, or by Liability of
culpable negligence, injures or suffers to be injured an.electric line, consumer
meter or other apparatus belonging to the Corporation, oralters
the index of any meter, or prevents any meter from duly registering
the quantity of energy supplied, or fraudulently extracts consumes
or uses electric energy of the Corporation, shall (without prejudice
to any other right or remedy for the protection of the Corporation
or the punishment of the offender)- for every such offense, be
liable to a penalty not exceeding one hundred and twenty dollars
and to a further penalty not exceeding twenty four dollars for
every day after the first day during which such offence continues; ,
and the Corporation may, in addition thereto, recover from such
Consumer the amount of any damage by them sustained, and in
any case in which any consumer has wilfully or fraudulently
injured or suffered to be injured any electric line, meter or
fittings belonging to the Corporation, or altered the index to any
meter,.or prevented any meter from duly registering the quantity
of energy supplied, the Corporation may- also, until the matter
complained of has been remedied, but no longer, discontinue the
supply of electricity to the consumer so offending (notwithstanding
any agreement or contract previously existing) ; and the existence
-of artificial means for causing such alteration or prevention, or
for fraudulently -abstracting, consuming or using electricity of
the Corporation, when such meter is under the. custody or control,
of the consumer, shall be p7 ima faacie evidence that such
alteration, prevention, abstraction or consumption as the case
may be has been fraudulently, knowingly and wilfully caused by
the consumer using such meter.

14. Any officer appointed by the Corporation may, at all Power of entry
reasonable times,, enterany pi'emises to which electricity is or has for ascertaining
been supplied by the Corporation,. in order to inspect the electric quantity of
lines, meters, accumulators, fittings, works and apparatus for the. electricity
supply of electricity belonging to the Corporation,, and for the consumed etc
purpose of ascertaining the quantity of electricity consumed or
supplied, or where-a supply of electricity -is no longer reqdlired, or
where the Corporation is authorised to take away and cut off the
supply of electricity from afiy premises, for .the purpose of
removing any electric lines, meters, accumulators, fittings, works
or apparatus belonging to. the Corporation: Provided that the
Corporation shall repair all damage caused by such entry,
inspection or removal. And provided further that should anyone







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No. 24.


wilfully anc maliciously place or erect anything which impedes
or hinders the easy entry,'inspection, maintenance or removal of
their property the Corporation-shall remove-same at the cost of
the occupier of the premises and shall not be responsible for any
damage- caused by such removal.

15. Where any electric- lines,meters, accumulators, fittings,
works or apparatus belonging to the Corporation are placed in or
upon any premises not being in the possession of the Corporation
for the purpose of supplying electricity, such electric lifies, meters,
accumulators, fittings, works, or apparatus shall not be subject to
distress or the landlord's remedy for- rent-of the premises where
the same may be, nor to be .taken in execution under any process
of a. Court of Justice, or under any proceeding in bankruptcy or
insolvency against the person in whose possession the same may
- be:

16. If any 'person or persons, local. authority, or company
neglect to pay within-two months any charge for-electricity or
any other sum due from them to th.e Corporation in respect of
the supply of electricity, the Corporation may cut off such supply,
and for that'purpose may cut or disconnect -any electric .line or
other work through which electricity may be supplied, and may
until such charge or other sum, together with any expenses
incurred by the Corporation in cutting off such supply of
electricity as aforesaid, is fully paid, but no longer, discontinue
the-supply of electricity to-such person or persons, local authority
or company.

17: (1) After consultation with the Corporation and after
considering any representations made by the Corporation or by
any other interested party the Governor-in-Council may make
rules
(a) For the protection of consumers and of the public generally
against personal injury or damage to property and for the
testing and inspection of electrical wiring fittings or
apparatus;
(b) To ensure the provision of a regular supply of electricity,
and the due fulfilment by the Corporation of- the
obligations undertaken, by it under the terms of the
Schedule. hereto and to provide for such rpodifications as
may be appropriate ih the event of any partial or
temporary failure.of the supply through Act of God, war,
accident,, industrial-dispute, failure of machinery, or any.
other cause beyond'the*c'ntrol of the Corporation;
(c) to provide for such enquiries as may be necessary in
connection with the matters mentioned in paragraphs (a)
and (b) of this sub-section.
(2) All such rules shall be published in the Gazette and shall
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18. Any such rules-may impose' penalties for offences against
the same, or for failure or omission to observe or comply with the
provisions of the same. r any of them, such penalties not to
exceed -twenfy-four dollars for dach offence, wi"th \or without
kitrther penalties for' continuing .offences, not exceeding, for any
continuing _offence, two dollars and forty cents.-for eiery day
during which the offence continues.
19; Al' losses, damages or injuries cauised-by the-Gorporation,
their servants, agents or contractors 'in 'the cofistriution,
dperitiboi'o r in ni inte-inrnc- of the wTorks -contemplated by' this
-Ordinance to any property of th&e'CrbWln, the Government or to
- any .rodl authority shall be paid by thei'oraoration.
20. The Corporation shall be' answerable for all damages
and injuries caused through the fault or negligence of the
Corporation or'of' any peirso' in their employment, by peakon -of
or in cbonequeice oof ahny of "the Corporation's works afid: shall
save: harmless all authorities,' companies, bodies or"pr oriso 'by
whom any street or road.is repairable from all-damage and costs
in respect of those- damages and injuries.
21. Nothing in this Ordina nce shall exonerate the
Corporation from any indictment, action or other proceedinigs for
nuisance in the event of any nuisance being caused or permitted
by them.


Penalties for
breach of rules





Damages to
public property
*by Corporation


Corporation
responsible for-
damage caused
by them.



Nuisanoes


22. Any person found guilty of an offence against this Penalty
Ordinance for which no special penalty 'is" provided 'by this
Ordinance shall be liable' on siTinmary conviction to a fine not
exceeding one hundred and twenty dollars 'or to- imprisonment
with or without hard labour for a period not exceeding six -
Smonths.
23. It is'hereby declared' th1atf or the purposes of the Ilicome Corpora
Tax Ordinice' 1948 or"of any 'thier enactment' which provides be comp
:' for differential rates of tax or duties leviable upon companies as purpose,
opposed tob persons or bodies-of persons the 'Corporation shall -be. 'Income
regarded as a company Ordinan


'24: The following'Ordinances are hereby repealed.
-(a)' The Electricity :Supply. and Refrigeration Ordinance 1937;
(b) The 'Ele2tridity Supply and' Refrigeration '(Amnehdment)
Ordinance 1944;
(c) The 'Electricity S'upply. and Refrigeration '(Amendment)
Ordinance 1945;
(d) The Electricity Supply and -Refrigeration (Amendmert)
Ordinance 1946;
Provided that this repeal .sall only become effective on such
date as may be -appointed by" the tfoerifor by procla~zation
published in the Gazette.


tion -to
anyfor
S of
Tax
ice


.No. 23 of"1948
Repeal.
No. 25 of 1937
-No. 12 of 1944

No. 32 of 1945

No. 20 of 1946.


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No. 24. Hyydro-Electric. 1951.


SCHEDULE.

AGREEMENT AND LICENCE made the day of
One thousand nine hundred and fifty BETWEEN
the officer administering the Government of the Colony
of Saint Vincent and acting herein for and -on behalf of the said Government
(hereinafter called" the Government" which expression shall wherever the_
context so allows include his successors -in office) of the one part' and the
'COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT'CORPORATION a statutory body established under
an Act ofi the Parliament of Great Britain and 'Northern Ireland entitled the
Overseas Resources Development Act 1948 and having its principal place of
business at 33- Dover Street in the County of London (hereinafter called "the
Corporation ") of the OTHER PART
WHEREAS it is desirable for the economic development of Saint Vincent that
a proper and sufficient supply of electricity should be made available and that an
.hydro-electric works should be established for the provision of such supply, and
WHEREAS the Governor is empowered by an Ordinance of the Legislature of
,Saint Vincent entitled the Hydro-Electric Ordinance 1951 to enter into agreements
and to grant licences to any person or corporation prepared to undertake the
erection of hydro-electric works and the generation distribution and sale of
electricity, and
WHEREAS the Corporation 'is prepared to erect such works and undertake
such generation distribution and sale
NOW THEREFORE IT IS AGREED as follows :-
1. In this agreement unless the context otherwise requires, words and phrases
defined in the Hydro-Electric Ordinance 1951 shall have the same meanings as are
therein given to them.
2. This Agreement shall come into operation on the date of signature and
-shall continue uatil the expiration of the third period of the licence as hereinafter
defined unless it shall be determined-under any of the provisions hereof.
3. In consideration of the covenants by the Corporatidn herein contained
the Government shall grant to the Corporation a sole and exclusive licence to
generate, transmit, distribute and sell electric energy in the Colony of Sairnt
Vincent on the terms and conditions hereinafter appearing.
4. The licence. shall commence on the Thirty-first day of December One
thousand nine hundred and fifty-two, or on such earlier date as the Corporation
shall notify to the Government as the date on which it is ready to commence
operations and such date shall in either case be called "the Appointed Day."
Provided however that if the Corporation shall be prevented by Act of God, war,
act of the King's enemies, civil commotion, industrial unrest, or any other cause
beyond its control, from commencing operations by the Thirty-first day of
'December One thousand nine hundred and fifty-two the Appointed Day shall be
such date thereafter as the Corporation may notify the Government as being the
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5. Save as-provided hereafter the licence.shall continue in force for eighty
years divided into three periods of thirty years, twenlty-five years, anfd twenty-five
- years, to be known respectively as the first, second, and third periods on the
following terms.and conditions :-
(a) For the first period, on the terms and conditions contained in these
presents;
(b). For the second period, on the terms and conditions herein contained,
except that the statutory maximum lighting rates and power rates and
the maximum charges for street lighting services shall be such. as may-
S be agreed between the Corporation and the Government, or local-
authority as the case may be, or failing agreement, as may be established
by' arbitration under-the-provisions of clause 23 hereof;
S(c) For the third period, on such terms'and conditions as-the parties may
'agree, or failing agreement, as may be established by arbitration in
accordance with the provisions of clause 23 hereof;
Provided firstly, that it,shall be open to either of the parties at the end of
twenty-five:years to commence negotiations"with the other for the purchase by the
Government of the whole of the undertaking for which provision is made in these
presents including all land, buildings, plant, equipment; transmission distribution
and service lines, meters, spare parts, stores and appurtenances used for or in
connection withl. the C6rporation's electricity supply operations in the Colony on
the basis of .
(i) The physical value of the assets of the undertaking at-the time; and
(ii) The amount expended on" development by the Corporation during the
currency of the agreement; and_
(iii)- Compensation to the Corporation for the net loss of profits during the
following thirty years, that is, until the end of the second period of the
licence;
and in arriving at the appropriate-figures under this heading it should be open to
the parties to appoint an-independent valuer to assist them; and
Provided secondly that the Government may by giving to the Corporation
'not later than three years(before the end of the second period, notice in writing of
its' intention so to do, purchase at the end of the second period the whole
undertaking as hereinbefore defined for the actual physical value at that .time
without any addition for compulsory purchase, goodwill, or-actual or potential
profits; and
Provided -thirdly that in the event of the purchase by the Government of
the undertaking under either the first or second of 'these .provisos the licence to
the Corporation shall forthwith cease and be determined.
6. The Corporation shall have the right to harness water power throughout
.Saint Vincent at such sites as Government reserves for public electricity supply
purposes whether on Crown or private lands without payment for water rights:
Provided that this right shall not be so employed as to prohibit the use of
-:-.existing water .wheels or hydraulic turbines by their owners nor to.abrogate the
Sight of anyone to use the water power of that part of any river within the confines
of his property, where this-has not previously been reserved for public. electricity
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7. The Govermnent shall reserve for the, generation -of electric energy by
hydro-electric works for public electricity supply-purposes all the water power
rights of the COLONARIE RIVER from its sources to the point where the intake
Sto the BELLEVUE CANAL is situated, and no development for any other purpose
of those stretches ofthe above rivers and their tributaries shall be allowed
S8. The Government shall declare the watershed of the Colonarie River.to be
.a Forest Reserve and shall take cffective action to maintain protect and improve
the forest cover in the area reserved throughout the whole time that this licence,
continues in force.
9. Whenever requested by the Corporation, the Government shall acquire under
the provisions of the Land Acqtlisition Ordinance or any other Ordinance passed
for the purpose, any land reasonably required by the Corporation for intakes,
tanks; pipe-tracks, poles, transmission lines, power stations, access roads and all
other appurtenances-of hydro-electric and other electricity generating plants,
.sub-stations, transmission lines and distribution systems, and shall transfer the
freehold thereof to the Corporation at the actual cost of acquisition.
10. Whenever requested by the Corporation, the Government shall transfer
free of cost to the Corporation the freehold in any Crown land required by the
Corporation for, intakes, pipe-tracks, tanks, poles, transmission lines, .power
stations, access roads and all other appurtenances of hydro-electric and -other
electricity generating plants, sub-stations, transmission lines and distribution
systems.
11. The Corporation shall lave the power to run pipe lines, poles, transmission
lines and distribution systems along the public roads of the Colony without
payment of wayleaves, fees or any other charges :
Provided that any excavation or any other disturbance of the road surface
shall be reinstated by the Corporation to the satisfaction of the Superintendent
of Works, and in the case of roads under the jurisdiction of a local authority, to
the satisfaction of-that authority.
12. The Government shall admit free of all customs or other duties and
landing tax all plant, equipment and materials for the construction, maintenance
and operation of hydro-electric and other electricity generating -plants,
transmission and distribution systems, office supplies and equipment, buildings,
consumer services and other appurtenances of electricity supply systems used for
public electricity supply purposes: Provided that this exemption shall not
apply to plant, equipment or appliances imported for resale or rent.
13. (i) The Corporation shall be granted a tax holiday for seven years from
the Appointed bay. -
(ii) The effect of such a tax holiday shall be that:-
(a) No tax shall be payable under the Income Tax Ordinance during
the currency of such holiday; and-
(b) Capital allowances or any other allowance for ivear and tear or
depreciation ior which provision is made in the Income Tax
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No. 24. Hydro-Electric. 1951.


..such tax holiday. All capital. expenditure incurred during the
Tax Holiday- shall, for the purposes of calculating such
allowances due after the termination of the tax holiday, be
deemed to have been incurred on the first day thereafter.
14. The Government shall not impose any tax on electric energy to be paid
by the Corporation and any tax imposed by the Government on electric energy
shall be--paid by the consumer: Provided that no such tax shall be imposed
during the first fifteen years computed from the Appointed Day, nor at any time
at a rate which will have the effect of unreasonably restricting the use by the
public of electric energy for any purpose.
15. The. Government agrees to use electric energy from the Corporation's
electric supply system .for all power and other-purposes in all Government-
factories, plants, works and installations situated where this power is available.
16. The Government shall sell to-the Corporation those parts.of the existing
electrical distribution system in the Colony which in -the .opinion of the
Corporation can be incorporated in the' new distribution system at a price based
on the fair market value at the time of purchase after making allowance for the
cost of modifications -required for working the new system. In the event 'of
failure to agree as to the price the matter shall be settled by arbitration.
17. (a) The Government shall sell to the Corporation the Cold Storage and
Ice Factory in Kingstown including the freehold tenure of the-site
at a physical valuation to be carried out at the time of transfer of
this installation. In the event of failure to .agree as to prioe the
matter shall be settled by arbitration
(b) The date of sale shall be the Appointed Day.
(c) The Government undertakes to operate and maintain the existing
plant in good order until the day of sale.
(d) The Government agrees that it will not undertake any major capital
expenditure -ipon the plant between the date of this agreement and
the date of sale except after consultation and agreement with the
Corporation.
(e) The Goverhment agrees that after the date of sale it will not instal
and operate a cold storage and ice-making plant within ten miles of
-Kingstown or Georgetown.
18. The Corporation shall have the right to acquire such part of the site,
buildings, machinery and equipment of the existing Government Power House in
Kingstown as may, be necessary for the purposes of the new scheme, such assets to
be paid for at a physical valuation made at the time of transfer. In the-event of
failure to agree as to price the matter shall be settled by arbitration.
19. The Corporation shall be entitled to purchase from the Government any
items of equipment and plant already imported or ordered by the Government at
the net landed price paid or payable by theGovernment for such equipment,
provided :-
(a) That the cost of any repairs necessary to put the equipment in full
working order shall be- borne by the Government, and




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(b) That if any such equipment is found to be unuseable the Corporation
shall be entitled to be reimbursed by the Government the amount, if
any, by which- the price of equipment necessarily purchased to replace
such unuseable equipment, exceeds the net landed- cost to the
Government of such unuseable equipment.
20. The Government shall improve the existing cart road from South Rivers
Village to Silver Spoon Ford- to that standard where it is passable to a fully loaded
Jeep or." Landrover and trailer and maintain it at this standard.
21. The Corporation shall construct instal and put into service on or before
the "Appointed Day "-,
(i) A hydro-electric generating plant comprising head and intake works at
Silver Spoon Ford on the Colonarie River -pipeline and penstock therefrom to a
selected site at South Rivers Village, and a power house on this site containing
'ITwo-275 K "V hydro-electric generating sets with-switch gear step-up transformers
and all other necessary equipment and having therein space, for the installation
of a third 275 K W generating set or other suitable plant in the future.
(ii) An 11,000 volts 3 phase overhead main transmission line from the Power-
Station to Kingstown constructed to British Standard- Specification No. 1320. of
1946, and branch 11,000 volts transmission lines extending therefrom to
Georgetown, Mesopotamia and Camden Park of single phase or 3 phase
construction at the Corporation's choice and built to British Standard Specification
1320 of 1946.
(hi) Suitable step-down transformers and overhead distribution lines'to give
a public electricity supply service for industrial, commercial, and domestic lighting
and power and the lighting of public'streets and roads in the following areas:-
(a) In the streets in Kingstown and its environs, Georgetown,
Mesopotamia and Camden Park as enumerated in-the schedule hereto.
(b) By agreement in other areas according to demand for the service
S subject to an undertaking by prospective-users or by Government to take or
pay for or guarantee a minimum consumption of energy, the net. revenue
from which represents a reasonable return on the capital cost of the mains
and apparatus required to provide the service.
(iv)-The voltage for domestic and lighting supply shall be 230 volts and this
-shall be maintained by the Corporation within plus 4% and minus 8.% measured
at the consumers' terminals.
(v) The Frequency of supply shall be 50 cycles per second and this shall be
maintained within plus 3% and minus 3%. ..
(vi) The system of distribution shall be 3 phase 4 wire f&r 400 volts between
phases and 230 volts between line and neutral, single phase 3 wire for 460 volts
between line and neutral the neutral in each case being earthed, or single phase
2 wire for 230 volts between lines with one line earthed and designated "the
neutral ", all these systems to be used the choice in each particular case being by
Sthe Corporation according to load conditions and the most economical method of
supply :
Provided that any consumer niay under special contract with the Corporation
take a supply direct from the H.T. transmission system and step this down.in his
Sown transformers and for his exclusive use to any voltage of his own choice.









22. (a) The Corporation shall be entitled to charge the following maximum
rates hereinafter called statutory rates "-
(i) Lighting Rate 24 per unit. during the first 4 years from the
,Appointed Day reducing thereafter by 1i per unit each year until the price
shall be 20 per unit.. Minimum monthly charge shall be $1.00 There shall
be no charge for meter rent.
(ii) Power Rate applicable to industrial 'power installations having more
-than 5 H.P. of electric motors installed.
A Service- charge of $1.00 per month' per K.W. capacity of all motors and
-appliances connected (portaEble appliances being counted, as connected and each
H.P. of motor nameplates rating being calculated as /4 K.W.) plus 60 per unit
consumed during the first 3 years from the Appointed Day reducing to 50 per unit.
(b) The Corporation shall enter into contracts with Government or Local
Authorities to provide a street-lighting service including the provision of street
lighting fittings and lamps at an agreed schedule of monthly charges per lamp
according to the size and type computed on the basis of not more than 80 per unit
for energy consumed'-for all night lighting, plus reasonable charges for hire and
maintenance: of fittings and lamp renewals, with a'guaranteed minimum annual
revenue. In the event of failure to'agree to a Schedule of monthly charges or the
-guaranteed minimum annual rental the matter shall be referred to arbitration.
(c) The Corporation shall initiate the electricity supply service at the
following general tariff :-
(A) DOMESTIC
(1) .Lighting
At the Statutory rate, or
(ii) General Domestic Rate
A First Block of units numerically equal to the total floor area in square feet
of the house (including verandahs, kitchen and servants quarters and by,
agreement any additional outbuilding which may be lit) divided by 150 with a
maximum of 25 units at the statutory lighting rate. A Second Block of 50 units
at :f per unit. All additional consumption _at 40 per unit. Minimum monthly
-charge shall be equal to the price of the assessed First Block or $1.50 whichever is
the higher.

(B) COMMERCIAL
Applies to offices, stores, hotels and other business premises-Lighting at the
statutory rate
Power-r6frigerators, cookers small motors and the like. First 50 units.
consumption at 100 per unit; alladditional consumption at 50 per unit. The
minimum charge shall be.$1.00 per month per K.W. of installed capacity.
SNote Power and Lighting circuits shall be separately metered,

(C) INDUSTRIAL POWER
At the statutory rate or such lower rates as may be negotiated with individual
large power users. .....


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

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
-Acting Clerk of Legisiative ooun'cil.

This Bill was returned to the Council for amendment under Rule 39 of the
Legislative Council Rules 1950, was recommitted, and passed this.8th day of June,
1951.

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acting Clerk of Legislative Council.
(P 2/1951).
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STATUTORY RULES AND OR RS, *. '

1951, No. 62. '


POST OFFICE (AMENDMENT NO. 5) RE


(Gazetted 3rd July, 1951).

1. Short title. These Regulations' may be cited as. the Post Office
-(Amendment NTo. 5) 'Reulations, 1951, and shall be read as one with the Post Office
Regulations, 1938, (h3~ natter referred to as the principal Regulations) and all
amendments thereto.

2. Regulation 328 of principal Regulations amended. Regulation
328 of the -principal Regulations- as added by the Post Office (Amendment No. 3)
Regulations, 1951, (S.R. & 0. 1951, No. 49) is hereby amended by deleting the words
"on stamp duties "'at the end thereof and substituting therefore the word "duties".,


Made by the Governor in Council under section 22 of the Post Office Ordinance,
(Cap. 134) this 29th day of June, 1951.

A. V. KING,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(940/1936). .


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STAMP (OBSOLETE ISSUES). REGTA-


(Gazetted 3rd- Jly, 1951).

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Stamp (Obsolete
Issues) Regulations, 1951.

2. Prohibition of use of Obsolete Stamps. Stamps issued in the
C. olony 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 for the payment of staqp duties.

3. Commencement. These Regulations shall come into operation on the
first day of August, 1951.

Made by the Governor in Council under section 10 of the Stamp Ordinance,
(Cap. 195) this 29th day of June, 1951.
A. V. KING,
SClerk of Executive Counci.

(940/36).
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1951, No. 64.



EXOTIC SPECIES OF FISH (PROHIBITION OF
IMPORTATION) NOTICE.


(Gazetted 3rd July, 1951).



1. Short title. This Notice may be cited as the Exotic Species of Fish
(Prohibition of Importation) Notice, 1951.

.2. Absolute Prohibition. The importation into the Colony of live
Black Bass or Carp is hereby prohibited.

3. Importation under licence. Except in compliance with a licence
granted by the Governor no exotic species of fish- shall be imported into the
Colony.

Made by the Governor in Council under section 75 of the Customs Ordinance
(Gap. 186) this 20th day of June, 1951.
A. V. KING,
Clerk of Executive Council.
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORD v
/ '- 1951, ,1 o.a .., \

PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 23) NOTICE.

( azeated 3rd July, 1951).

1. Shbrt .title. This Notice may be cited' .s the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 23) Notice.

2. Amendment. The First Schedule'Part A to the Prices Control Order
(S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby further amended by deleting firm the Schedule the
following articles :-" Cattle on the Hoof," "Pig on the Hoof," "Meat locally
slaughtered," Pork-Fresh," Pork-Corned (local) "; and by the addition to the
First Schedule Part A of the following : "Arrowroot G"ade 2., in packets under
tlie registered trade mark of the-St. Vincentt Cooperative Arrowroot Association."
FIRST SCHEDULE-PART A.


Maximum Wholesale Price,
II


Maximum Retail Price.


Arrowroot-Grade 2-
- In Packets


... per lb.


Area "A" A Area. L". A-rea "C.

24c. per lb. 24c. per Ib. 21c. per 1.


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. & 0. No. 25) is hereby
amended by deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns
opposite the articles : Rice Demerara Super," Rice Demerara 2nd
Quality," 'Beef-Corned-Hereford Brand," "Butter Table-Australian, 'Red
Feather Brand'", "Beef Corned-Salisbury Brand," Gaselene-In Drums,"
"Kerosene Oil-In Drums & Gases," and substituting therefore the following :-
FIRST SCHEDULE-PART B.


Maximum Wholesale. Price


Mir "n,. RIetail Price.


Rice--Demerara-
'.Super
2n.d Quality


i Aria' A" A'reo B"'

... $18.422ppr lag of 177 11s. 11c,. pe'r 1,. 12c. per 11'.
... $15.38 per 4,. of 177 lbs. 91c. per lb. 10c. per lb.


4cL lr /7

3;-L J-R


. Area "C."

I12 c. pr lb.
10 G. p. r !] .

. T 0 '


Article.


Article.


'2


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Ai'l-cle.


Alaximun& TThleaePrice.,


Beef Corned-
Hareford Brandl .... $28.00 per cse of
H r e fr B 48-12 oz. tins
Butter Table-
Australian ... $46.26 per case of-
48-16 uo.,tins
"Red Feather Bralnd $51.91 per case of
.- 732-12 oz. lins
Beef Corned-- -
Salisbury Brand ... $23.06 per case of
48-12 oz. tins

Gasolene-In Drums ... 65c. per gallon
(5 drums orlmore).
' AtPum ...

Kerosene Oil- -
In Drums ... 43.c.per Inper

-In Cases .. $7.35 per case in lo
SJO cases or more
7.65 per case (Sing]


_I1,.n',. Retail Price.


SArea- "A" Area. "B"
T -


67c.per tin 68c. per tin 69c.per tin


ial gal.


ts of

le)


$1.11 per tinl $1.12 per tin


83o. per tin


55c. per tin


69c. per gal.


84c. per tin


5Cc. per tin


$1.13 per tin

85c. per tin


57c. per tin


69c. per gal. 69c. 'per gal,
I


t;9c. per gal. 69c. p gal.i 69c. per gal,


5c. per re-
puted pint
9c. per re-
pulted pinti
18c. per
bottle


5c. per re-
puted pint
lc. per re-
puted pint
18c. per
bottle


5c. per re-
- pted piun
9c. per re-
puted pint
18c. per
bottle


Area A" means the town of Kingstown and within one mile thereof.
SArea "B "7 means all other places throughout the Colony other than those.
mentioned in Areas "A and "C ".
Area "C" means all the villages of Orvrland, Sandiy Bay, Owia, Fame,
Windsor Forest and the St. Vincent Granadines.
Made by the Con.petent Authorit-y under ecettin S0 of tte Priees CGntrrl
Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) this 30th 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.
-E Price 8 cents. I
1951.


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Publications Not Available

Saint Vincent government
gazette

v. 84 no. 35

Supplement: Accounts of the Colony -
3rd July, 1951

Supplement: Returns showing
quantity and value of principle articles




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