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Table of Contents
    Main
        Page 401
        Page 402
        Page 403
        Page 404
        Page 405
        Page 406
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 119: The Export Duties (Amendment No. 3) Order, 1951
        Page A-409
        Page A-410
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 120: Proclaiming the coming into force of the Hydro Electric Ordinance, 1951, on the 27th day of December, 1951
        Page A-411
        Page A-412
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 121: The Villa Airport (Amendment) Regulations, 1951
        Page A-413
        Page A-414
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 122: The Prices Control (Amendment No. 46) Notice, 1951
        Page A-415
        Page A-416
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 123: The Colonial Hospital (Amendment) Rules, 1951
        Page A-417
    Bill for the Ordinance to repeal the Ordinances imposing a duty on passenger tickets in respect of passages to places outside the Colony
        Page B-1
    In conformity with section 8 and Form A of the Schedule to the Jury Ordinance, 1938, the Jury List for the year 1952
        Page C-1
        Page C-2
        Page C-3
        Page C-4
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    Order of the Day: A meeting of the Legislative Council
        Page D-1
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401


SAINT VINClNT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTf


VOL. 84.] SAINT VINCENT, THURSDAY, 27 DECEMBER, 1951. [No. 67.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
No. 615.
NEW YEAR BROADCAST BY
SECRETARY OF STATE.
The Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies will broadcast a New Year's message
to the Colonies on the following service
of the B.B.C.:-
General Overseas Service
31st December at 17.45 G.M.T.
1st January at 01.45 (G.M.T.
2nd January at 12.30 G.M.T.
27th December, 1951.
(W. 49/1949).

No. 617.


No. 616.
CHRISTMAS GREETINGS FROM THE
GOVERNOR AND LADY ARUNDELL
TO THE PEOPLE OF THE WIND-
WARD ISLANDS.


The following telegram received by
the Administrator is published for
general information:-
"We wish you all a Merry Christmas
andi a Happy and Peaceful New Year."
27th December, 1951.
(W. 49/1949).


LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.

A meeting of the Legislative Council will be helix at tlie Council Chamber
in Kingstown on Th wrsday, 3rd January, 1953, commencing at 10 a.m.
The Order of the Day of this meeting is published with this issue of the
Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the general public.
27th December, 1951.
(A. 1/1949).
No. 618.
MEETING OF BRITISH CARIBBEAN COUNCIL ON AGRICULTURE, ANIMAL
HEALTH & HUSBANDRY, FORESTRY & FISHERIES.

The Meeting of the British Caribbean Council on Agriculture, Animal
Health and Husbandry. Forestry and Fisheries which has been in session at
Hastings House, Barbados, under the Chairmanship of Mr. A. dek. FRAMPTdN,
Agricultural Adviser to the Comptroller for Development and Welfare ended its
deliberations on 19th December.




S/F-S


Published b- 3uthorit .














402 SAINT VI-NCENT, THURSDAY, 27 DECEMBER, 1951.--.No. 67).


Among the chief subjects discussed was the Organisation of Regional Re-
-search, and proposals were debated which would lead to the better co-ordination
of work already started in the various territories, and the exchange of infor-
mation and material between them in the following specific fields of animal
husbandry, grass legumes, and grassland management, food crop production, the
restoration of degraded land, soil andt water conservation, and the provision of a
cen Lralized statistical service.
The Council also discussed the question of higher Agricultural education
and stressed the necessity for finalising arrangements for offering a degree
course in Agriculture within the British Caribbean.
The question of Plant and Animal Quarantine was debated and recommen-
-dations will be submitted to the Governments concerned with special reference
to the protection of the area by the provision of safeguards against the intro-
duction of pests and diseases.
The importance of marine and fresh water fisheries was stressed, and at-
tention was drawn to the conference on Fisheries which is to take place next
-spring under the auspices of the Caribbean Commission. The need for central
-training facilities for subordinate Forestry Officers was agreed on and the view
was held that such training could best be carried on at the Farm Institute for
the Eastern Caribbean at Trinidad which should shortly le in operation.
Among other matters under review were peasant Agriculture and Land
Settlement, the possibility of instituting a British Caribbean Agricultural Jour-
naland the difficulties in securing qualified and exlerieiicc d staff for Depart-
ments of Agriculture.
The detailed recommendations of the Council will be presented to the
Comptroller for transmission to the Governments concerned, and the Secr(etary
-of State for the Colonies.
27th December, 1951.
(B. 12/1951).


No. 619. 30th October, 1951, Mr. N. V. ANDALCIV,
SALARIES REVISION, WINDWARD Superintendent of Electricity and Tele-
ISLANDS. phones, has resigned from the Service
-I with effect from 24th December. 1951.
With reference to Government Notice Mr. ANDALCIO has taken up an
No. 581 of 27th November, 1951, the aplpointment under the Colonial Develop-
Salaries Revision Commissioner, Mr. ment Corporation in connection with the
C. J. IIODGENS. C.B.E., M.C., arrived in installation of hydro-electricity services
Grenada on 10th December. 1951. and in the Colony.
will be proceeding to the other viriud- 27th December, 1951.
ward Island Colonies in turn in due (P.F. 397).
course.
When Mr. HoDGI, NS comes to this .
Colony all Heads of' Dep'artnients will No. 621.
be invited to meet him and in the mean-
time, any Head of Department may, if ACTINO APPOINTMENT.
he wishes. submit a memoranduml to the -
Ceommnissioner dealing with the problems Mr. ,. V. A LVES, Inspector of Taxes,
-of his dleiart, ent. Anly person whl is IncoII Tax Ollice, has been appointed to
interested in the revision o(f salaries mav 'act as In icoime Tax Officer, with effect
also sublmit a memoradumI o0n the suh fr'm 17th Dece mber, 1951, and until
ject. The memorandum should he con- f'irtber notice.
fined to the subjectin generaland shonil 27th December. 1951
not set out personal grievxincps or malke
a special plea in favour of any indtivid-lal
Government Officer.
The Cnmmiiissioner will imee-t the Civil No. t22.
Service, Association and any other hlbdis LEAVE NOTICE.
or persons interested in the subject.
27th December. 1951. VACATION LEAVE.
,4A. 47/1947).


No. 620.


I RESIGNATION.


Mr. A. L. JOHiN. Assistant Bailiff.
Supren-me Court, has been 'Irni.mted three
inontihs' aca!i(on leave with effect from
27th December, 1951.


With reerence to Notice No. 524 pub- 27th December. 15I:.
lished in the Government Gazette ol'(,1.27/1943).













SAINT V1INCENT. THURSDAY, 27 DECEMBER, 1951.-(No. 67). 408


No. 623.
TOKEN IMPORTS INTO BRITISH WEST
INDIES AND BAHAMAS FROM
CANADA AND UNITED
STATES. *

Following discussions between the
United Kingdom and Canadian Govern-
ient and representatives of the British
West Indies which started early last
.Slnmmer, arrangements have now been
worked out for extending ant amending
existing scheme Token Imports" into
British West Indies and Bahamas from
Canada and United States.
2. So far as Canada's side is concern-
ed, as from 1st January, 1952, the list of
items covered by the scheme has been
expanded to include a much wider range
of commodities including food products,
leather, metal and textile manufactures
etc. Also percentage for exporters'
quotas for most of these commodities
will be raised from 33J% to 40%.
3. The expanding trade liberalisation
.arrangements will as from 1st January
1952 operate differently for the British
West Indies and Bahamas trade with
United States. Instead of the system
-of commodity quotas based on percent-
age of past trade, the West Indies and
Bahamas will be able to license addition-
al imports up to a specified total value.
4. North American exporters should
.also benefit from authority recently
given by Colonial Governments to intro-
duet a system of world open general
licence for certain commodities. These
-are mainly of a kind essential to Colo-
nial Development. The list of goods to
which open general licence may be ap-
plied cover for example a wide range of
finished steel items and semi-manufac-
tnred copper zinc and nickel but also
include dried, pickled and smoked fish,
onions, potatoes, certain animal feed
*stu(fs and jute goods.
5. In spite of grave balance of pay-
ment position in the sterling area it has
been thonuht right to recognize in these
ar'nt!gemnents the great importance of
-g'ol) commercial relations between the
BPtich West Indies and North America
and they represent a substantial easing
of imports restrictions on goods export-
ed by Canada and the United States.
27th December, 1951.
(C. 47/1948).

No. 624.
LEGISLATION.

The following documents are publish-
ed with this issue of the Gazette :-
S.R. & 0. No. 119.-The Export
Duties (Amendment No. 3) Or-
der, 1951.
(J. 1611948).


SS.R & O. No. 120.-Proclaiming the
coming into force of the Hydro-
Electric Ordinance, 1951, on the
27th day of December, 1951.
(P. 2/1951).
S.R. & O. No. 121.-The Villa Airport
(Amendment) Regulations. 1951.
(S. 23/1951).
S.R. & O. No. 122.--The Prices Con-
trol (Amendment No. 46) Notice,
1951.
(T. 20/1949).
S.R. & O. No. 123.- The Colonial
Hospital ( Amendment) Rules,
1951.
(J. 9/1943).
27th December, 1951.

No. 625.
The under-mentioned Bill is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette and
may be seen at the Governient Office
Kingstown Library, District Post Offices
Police Stations and at all Revenue'Ofl-
ces :-
Bill for an Ordinance to repeal the
Ordinances imposing a duty on
passenger tickets in respect of
passages to places outside the
Colony.
(T. 11/1948).
27th December, 1951.

No. 626.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.
S---
In conformity with section 8 and
Form A of the Schedule to the Jury
Ordinance, 1938, the Jury List for the
year 1952 is published with this issue of
the Gazette.
27th December, 1951.

No. 614.
BANK HOLIDAYS.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Tuesday 1st and Wednesday 2nd Janu-
ary, 1952 being Bank Holidays, all Pub-
lic Offices will be closed on those days.
1.Sth December, 1951.

No. 612.
PUBLICATION.

ABSTRACT OF LtEGAL PRELIMINARIES
TO \'lARRIJAGE IN THE UNITED KING-
DOM AND 'THE OTHER COUNTBIIES OF
THE IRIT'ISH COMMONWEALTH OF
NATIONS, AND THE IlTSH
REPUBLIC.

The above publication, which has
)been Irepal;ired by the General Register
Office, London, and published by His















494 SAINT VINCENT, THURSDAY, 27 DECEMBER, 1951.-(No. 67).


Majesty's Stationery Office, may he ob-
tained from the Crown Agents for the
Colonies, through Government Office,
St. Vincent, at a price of 6/-.
14th December, 1951.
(J. 2511947).
By Command,
A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
27th December, 1951.


VACANT POST.

HEADMASTER, GRENADA BOYS'
SECONDARY SCHOOL.

Applications are invited for filling the
vacant post of Headmaster, Grenada
Boys' Secondary School. The salary of
the post, which is pensionable, is $2,880
(600) per annum rising by annual in-
crements of $96 (20) to $3,120 (650)
per annum ih addition to a temporary
cost of living allowance at the rate of
$480 (100) per annum. Appointment
may be made at the maximum salary
of the grade if necessary, should the
qualifications of the candidate appear to
justify such a concession.
2. The qualifications required are a
University degree, professional training
in education, appropriate experience, and
an interest in elementary school work.
At least two testimonials should ac-
compan)y the application.
3. The Headmaster Vill be required
to take charge of the boarding establish-
ment in consideration of which he will
be provided with Iree quarters.
4. The average daily attendance of
the School is 300 and the boarding estab-
lishment can acconmmodate 50 students.
5. Applications should he addressed
to the Administrator, Administrator's
Office, Grlenad,: and should be received
not later /ltia the 3 1,t ,January, 1952.
W. MACMILLAN,
Adc in i.sttato; Grenada.
ADmI sN I ST R A TO R'S ()0 1 C E,
(t GRNADA, B.VW..,
14th DecemTer. 195].
(A. 50119,;0.)


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

ELECTRICITY DEPARTMENT.

The attention of all consumers is
drawn to an amendment, No. 1I10 of
1951, to the Electricity Supply and Re-


frigeration Regulations gazette on the
13th November, whereby the reconnec--
tion feestfor consumers who have been.
disconnected for arrears of accounts
have been amended to :-
(a) Places within a radius of half a
mile from the Power Station, a
minimum of 50c.
(b) For places beyond a radius of half
a mile from the Power Station,-
a minimum of 50c.. with an in-
crease of 30c. per mile up to a
rnaxi.mum of $1.40.
These charges will come into imme-
diate effect.
Consumers are requested to read the
notice at the head of their bills, which
requires payment of accounts by the
15th of each month.
J. MALONEY,
Acting Superintendent,
Electricity & Telephone Department.
7th December, 1951.
(P. 23/1943).


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE
CIRCULATION IN THE BRITISH
CARIBBEAN, TERRITORIES (EASTERN
GROUP) ON 1ST DECEMBER, 1951.

Average Circnlation
during October, 1951-Br. Caribbean
Notes ... $22,298,484
Gov't Currency Notes Not available
British Caribbean Notes:-
Trinidad ... $13,283,000
Barbados ... 3,582,000
British Guiana ... 7,520.000
Leeward and Wind ward


Islands


.. 4,086,000


Total British Caribbean
Currency Note Circu-
lation ... $28,471,000
T'rinidad Goveriment
Note Circulation 6,848,852
Barbados Government
Note Circulation 865,340
British Guiana Gov-
ernment Note Circu-
lation ... 2,904,100

Total circulation on
1. 12. 51. ... $39,089.292
L. P. SPENCE,
E.recultiv Cono.n issioner,
British Caribbean
(urrencvy Board.
British Caribbean Currency
Board.
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain.
Trinidad, B.W.I.















SAINT VINCENT, THURSDAY, 27 DECEMBER, 1951.-(No. 67). 405


CUSTOMS NOTICE.

The undermentioned Livestock have
been seized for a breach of Section 4 (1)
of the Import and Export (Control) Re-
gxlations 1939 as amended by Section 2
of the Import (Control) Regulations
1940:-
Four (4) Sheep
One (1) Basket fowls
One (L) Only fowl.

V. D. ARCHER,
Collector of Customs.

OWSTOMS,
17th December, 1951.




NOTICE TO MARINERS.

NOTICE TO MASTERS OF SMALL
CRAFT SAILING IN WEST
INDIAN WATERS.

Attention has been drawn to the fact
that Schooners and other small craft
have been observed sailing in West In-
dian waters between sunset and sunrise
without, showing the Regulations lights
as required by the International Rules
of the Road at Sea.
All masters and peVr..ons in charge ol
vessels are hereby warned that apart
from the ri.-k o collision, possible 1lss
of life etc.. the penalty fi'o not exhiibiti-
ing the proper Regula;ions (ol lsion
lights at the .Schedulid time is Six


Months Imprisonment or a fine of 100-
(One Hundred Pounds).
V. D. ARCHER,
Registrar of Shipping.
4th December, 1951.


FOR SALE.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that there will be put up for sale
by public auction on Saturday, 29th
December, 1951. at 11 a.m. at the Ottley
Hall Prison Farm:-
9 calves
3 cows
1 mule cart.
C. J. T. ANDERSON,
Superintendent of Prisons.
18th December, 1951.


GOVERNMENT COTTON GINNERY
NOTICE.

SALE OF SULPHATE OF AMMONIA.

'The price of Sulphate of Ammonia,
sold at the Government Cotton Ginnery,
is now fixed at $14.50 per bag of 224 lb.
2. Persons who purchased Sulphate
of Ammonia from the Ginnery, during
the current year, and made a deposit of
$15.50 per bag, can call at the office for
a refund of S1.0(0 pIr bag.
(G. P. DOUGAN,
Arcting .anager.
12th Dec,.niber. 1951.


TREASURY NOTICES.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICES.

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, 29th
December, 1951, at the Treasury for the recovery of Taxes due thereon.

V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.


TREASURY,
ST. VTNCENT,
1st December, 1951.


Names.
Bennett, Georgiana
Cole, Carlton
Robertson, Clement
Samuel, Amelia
Samuel, Mary Mrs.


DISTRICT I.
Situation of Property. Description of Property.


Akers
Lodge Village
Hawks Hill
Evesham
Happy Hill


... 9 acres 3 roods 33 poles
... 1 house
... acres
... 1 house
... 1 house spot














406 SAINT VINCENT, THURSDAY, 27 DECEMBER, 1951.-(No. 67).


De Bique, Amy
Roache, Adolphus


Hamilton, Joseph
Mason, Joseph
Thompson, Charles A.
Ashton, Ellen
Garrick, Georgiana


DISTRICT III.
Monkey pt.
... Montrose


DISTRICT V.
Friendship
Palmyra
Troumaca
Rose Bank
Rose Hall


... 6 acres 2 roods
... 1 house


4 acres
5 acres 3 roods 36 poles
4 acres"
1 house spot
1 acre 3 roods 10 poles


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 Saturday 29th De-
cember, 1951, at the Treasury for the recovery of Taxes due thereon:-

DISTRICT V.


Delplqche, Alfred
Glasgow, Jane Ann
Pompey, Jonathan
Jordon, Ebenezar
Hamilton, Melvina
Haywood, Ethel
John, Eliza
Martin, Mary


Rose Hall
Palmyra
Rose Hall
Rose Hall
Tronmaca
do.
do.
Coulls Hill


1 House Spot
5 acres
1 acre 3 Roods
3 acres 3 Rds. 28 poles
1 acre
1 House Spot
1 do. do.
1 do. do.


A. D. DUNCAN,
for Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY,
Kingstown,
10th December, 1951.


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409


SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1951, No. 119.

EXPORT DUTIES (AMENDMENT NO. 3) ORDER.

(Gazetted 27th December, 1951).

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Export Duties (Amendment.
No. 3) Order, 1951, and shall be read as one with the Export Duties (Amendment
No. 2) Order, 1950, (S.R. & O. 1950, No. 106) (hereinafter referred to as the
principal Order) and all amendments thereto.

2. Amendment of Schedule to Export Duties Ordinance, 1933.
The Schedule to the Export Duties Ordinance, 1933, as replaced by the principal
Order is hereby amended by substituting the figures "71/2" for the figure "6"
wherever the latter figure appears under the column headed "Rates in regard to
items 1, 4, 5, 6, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26, and the figure 5" for the figures
2/2 in regard to item 8.

Made by the Governor in Council under section of the Export Duties
Ordinance, 1933, (No. 12 of 1933) this 22nd day of December, 1951.
KATHLEEN GIBBS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.

Approved by the Legislative Council under section 3 of the aforesaid Ordinance
this 22nd day of December, 1951.
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acting Clerk of Legislative Council.
(J 16/1948).

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 4 cents. ]
1951.

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411


SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1951 No. 120.


(Gazetted 27th December, 1951.)


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR

A PROCLAMATION.
(L. S.)
W. F. COUTTS,
Administrator.

WHEREAR it is provided by section 1 of the Hydro Electric Ordinance,
1951, that the said Ordinmnce shall come into operation on a date to be ap-
pointed by the Governor by Proclamation published in the Gazette :
Now THEREFORE I, WALTER FLEMING COUTTS the officer for the time be-
ing administering the Government of the Colony of Saint Vincent in exercise of
the powers vested in me by the said section of the aforesaid Ordinance do hereby
proclaim and order that the Hydro Electric Ordinance, 1951, (No. 24 of 1951)
shall come into force on the 27th day of December, 1951.


GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony of St. Vincent at
Government Ollice in the said Colony this 22nd day of December,
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.
P. 2/1951).
GOD SAVE THE KING !

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413


SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1951, No. 121.



VILLA AIRPORT (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS.



(Gazetted 27th December, 1951).



1. These Regulations may be cited as the Villa Airport (Amendment) Reg-
ulations, 1951, and shall be read as one with the Villa Airport Regulations, 1951,
(S.R & 0. 1951, No. 56) (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations).

2. Regulation 8 of the principal Regulations revoked and replaced. Regulation
8 of the principal Regulations is hereby revoked and replaced as follows :-

8. Rescue Launch. The Rescue Launch shall be manned and
ready for immediate use prior to each arrival and departure of air-
craft, and shall patrol the alighting area for such period of time as may
be necessary to ensure that the said area is safe. On commencement
of duty the Coxswain shall report to the Controlling Oficer or person
authorised by him the state of readiness of the launch, fuel radius of
action, and crash and emergency equipment on board. A summary of
this information shall be entered daily in the diary together with actual
time spent on patrol."



Made by the Governor in Council under Section 8 of the Aerodromes (Pro-
tection Ordinance, 1950, (No. 1 of 1950) this 14th day of December, 1951.

KATHLEEN GIBBS,
Acting Clerk of the Executive Council.
(Q. 9/1951).

aImTE BY THrZ OVUNMrWT PRImTER, AT THE COVUWIXNI PUTTING OFICi,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCEWN..
/ 1951. [Price 4 cents.]


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415


SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1951, No. 122


PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 46) NOTICE.

(Gazetted 27th December, 1951).


1. Short title. This Notice should be cited as the Prices Control
(A mendment No. 46) Notice.

2. 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 : Corned Beef-' Target' (Argentine)," Table Butter-
Irish," Chesee--' Swift Processed," Dutch Potatoes," Sardines-' Silver King'
(Canada)," Table Margarine "-Glowspread (Barbados)," "Laundry Soap"-
'Pelican' (Barbactos)," and substituting therefore the following :-
FIRST SCHEDULE-PART B.


Article.


Corned Beef-'Target'
(Argentine)
Table Batter-(Irish)





Chlese-'Swi It'
Processed


Dutch Pot:itoos


Maximum Wholesale Price


$28.Y8 per cs. of 48/12 oz.
tilns
$125.:30 per cs. of 1;/7 lb.
lines
$7.81 per tin
$121.38 por cs. of 8/14 lb
tins
$15.18 pr ti of10

tins


tins
$10. 0 par ciate of 110 lb.


Sar lines-'Silver King'
(C/da) $16.04 pe


jy. 72.y7


r es. of 100 tins


"* Area A"

69c. per tin

$1.27 per lb.


$1.27 per 11).

$1 00 per lb.


74c. per tin
12c. per lb.

19c. per tin


ArIea 3"

70c. per tin

$1.28 per 1!).


$1.2_ per lb).

$1.01 per 11).


75o. per till
13c. per ill.

20c. per tin


Area.(( C."

71c. per tin

$1.29 per 11).


$1.29 per lb.

$1.02 pe r lb.



76e. per tin
14c. per lb.

21c. pr tin

P.T.O.


Maximum Retail Price.












Article. Jiaximum Whol(esale Price. Maximum Retail Price.


"Area A" Area" B" Area "' C"
Table Margarine-
'Glowspread' (Barbados) $16.06 per ctu. of 6/5 lb.
tins 60c. per Ib. 61c. per lb. 62c. per lb.
$2.68 per 5 lb. tin
L-undry Soap-'Pelican' $15.54 per box of 144
tablets 12c. per 13c. per 14c. per
tablet tablet tablet

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 d "C ".
Area "C" means ali the villages of Overland, Sandy Bay, Owia, Fancy,
Windsor Forest and the St. Vincent Grenadines.

Made by the Competent Authority under section 30 of the Prices Control
Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) this 21st day of December, 1951.


A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of Supplies.


(T 20/1949),


[ Price 8 cents. ]


1951.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1951, No. 123.


COLONIAL HOSPITAL (AMENDMENT) RULES.


(Gazetted 27th December, 1951).


1. Short title. These Rules may be cited as the Colonial 'Hospital
(Amendment) Rules, 1951, and shall be read as one with the Colonial Hospital
Rules, 1943, (S.R. & O. 1943, No. 55) hereinafter referred to as the principal Rules)
and all amendments thereto.

2. Schedule to principal Rules amended. Item 1 in the Schedule
to the principal Rules is hereby amended by substituting the figures "20/10 ",
12/6 ", 6/3 and "4/2 respectively for the figures 8/4 ", "4/2 ", "2/6" and
1/6 appearing therein.

3. Commencement. These Rules shall come into operation on the first
day of January 1952.


Made by the Governor in Council under section 16 of the Medical Officers
Ordinance (Cap. 114) this 22nd day of December, 1951.
KATHLEEN GIBBS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(J. 9/1943).

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REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
8th December, 1951.

The following Jury List is published in conformity with Section 8 and Form A of the Schedule
of the Jury Ordinance 1938, and notice is hereby given that any objection thereto will be heard
and determined by His Lordship the Puisne Judge in Chambers at the Court House in Kingstown.

D. ELSON WEEKS,
Acting Registrar.


William Jack
Le Roy
Arnott
Sydney
Bernard Gor
Ernest
Alpheus Cla
Percival
Clairmont
William
Rudolph
Percy
Amy
Jonathan
Alfred
Galbraith
John
Maurice
Basil
Eitel Alva
Frank
Beryl
Noel Oswald
Edward
Vivian
St. Clair
William


son


Place of Abode.



Ratho Mill
Kingstown
"


Abbott,
Adams,
Agard,
Agard,
Alexander,
Alexander,
Allen,
Ambrose,
Anthony,
Anthony,
Antrobus,
Ash,
Babb,
Babb,
Bailey,
Bailey,
Bailey,
Baisden,
Balcombe,
Banfield,
Banfield,
Baynes,
Baynes,
Beckles,
1lonalie.
Boyea
Boyea,


Jurors' Name.
Surname. Christian Name.


Nature of Whether quali-
Qualifica- fled as a
tion. Special Juror.


Quality, Calling or
Business.


Merchant
Clerk
Mechanic
Proprietor
Clerk
Overseer
Clerk
Clerk
Proprietor

Shipwright
Laundryman
Housewife
Trader
Estate Overseer
Clerk
Peasant Proprietor
Clerk
Planter
Merchant
Clerk
Housewife
Merchant
Proprietor
Clerk
Merchant
Caretaker


Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No.. .


Ye^
Yes-


Inconie

I,
,,

I,


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,,

,,

,,
,,
,,
"
"
,
"
ft


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))


ft I
I?
"
fl
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If


don Murray Village
Orange Hill
rence IKingstown

Troumaca

Kingstown

Kingstown
Enhams
Chili
Kingstown

Kingstown
Langley Park
Kingstown
Kingstown
Cane Garden
I Durran Edinboro

Richmond Hill
Bvera's Hill
Kingstown










Jurors' Name.
Surname. Christiai Name.


SQ. quality, Calling ~ Nature of Whether qualt-
Place of Abode. Business. Qualifica- fled as a
tion. Special Juror.


Byron,
Brisbane,
Caesar,
Casson.
Cato,
Chambers,
Charles,
Child,
Child,
Clarke,
Collymore,
Connell,

Connell,

Coombs,
Corea,
Cox,
Dabreo,
Da Costa,
Da Costa,
Daisley,
Dare,
DaSantos,
Da Silva
DaSilva,
DaSilva,
Da Silva,
Da Souea,
Davy,
Deane,
De Freitas,
De Lecia,
Dellimore
Dennie,
De Nobriga,


Edwin Calliaqua
Ronald Stuart Kingstown
Fitzherbert IBarrouallie
Kenneth Alfred HenryDasent's Cottage


St. Aubyn
Eric
Conrad Adolphi
Frank lan Arth
Lily
Frederick
Gordon Haynes
Selwyn

Arthur Raule
son
Henry
Adolphus
Reginald
Robert
Mildred
Walter
Duncan
Stella
Alban
Benedict
Harry
Peter
Vincent
Louis
Edward
Jonathan
Gerald
Vivien
Fitzroy Delion
George
Fred


Georgetown
Kingstown
us Kingstown Hill
ur Grand Sable
Villa
Kingstown
Richmond Hill
Barrouallie


Clem-Kingstown


Georgetown
Kingstown
Kingstown
)Kingstown
Cumberland
Cumberland
Kingstown
Kingstown
Colonarie
Hopewell
Kingstown
Kingstown
Chili
Kingstown
Kingstown Park
Mesopotamia
Kingstown
Peter's Hope
Kini stown


Proprietor
Merchant
Planter
Merchant
Proprietor
Proprietor
Clerk
Planter
Housewife
roprietor
Clerk
rader

Commission Agent

Proprietor
Mechanic
Proprietor
:Garage Owner
Proprietress
Planter
IClerk
Married Woman
Planter
Merchant
Tailor
Clerk
Peasant Proprietor
Clerk
Merchant
Proprietor
Mechanic
Estate Overseer
lerk
roprietor
Trader


Income
"
"
91
"
"


,,


Income'
r,,
"~ ,


),
t)

Income




Freehold
Income
3)
'I









Freehold
Income


Freehold
Income
"


Frehld


ie No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
e No
Yes


No

Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
'No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
YVe


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. .





J1
Surname.


DeShong,
Dopwell,
Dougan,
Drayton,
Dublin,
Duncan,
Dyer,
Edwards,
Eustace,
Eustace,
Falby,
Findlay,
Forbes,
Forde,
Frank,
Gabriel,
Gaymes,
Gellizeau,
Gill,
Gill,
Gill,
Gill,
Gill,
Gill,
Gill,
Gibson,
Gonsalves,
Gould,
Greaves,
Gunn,
Gunn,
Grant,
Hadaway,
Hadaway,
Haddaway
Hadley,
Hadley,
Hadley,


jurors' Name.
Christian Name.
I


Bertram Arnold
Charles
John Nathaniel
Alonso
Darnley Egerton
Emril
George Album
Everard
Fitzroy Nymphias
Hilkiah Ophelius
William
Charles Hannlngton
Conrad David
Gabriel Wentworth
George Whitfield
Timothy
Frederick
Ernest
Carlisle
Ferdinand
Hilary
Le Roy Charles
Lionel
Preston
Richmond
Edgar
John
Lewis Bertram
Beltron Lawinston
Alan
Violet
Charles Whitington
Bertram
Henry
Wilmot
Alfred
Denis
Eric


lQuality, Calling
Placc of Abode. Business.


Income

Freehold
Income
P,


Kingstown

Calliaqua
Carriere
Kingstown
Kingstown
Spring Village
Kingstown
Edinboro
Kingstown
Stubbs
Kingstown
Arnos Vale
Kingstown
Kingstown
Richmond Hill
Kingstown

Richmond Hill
Orange Hill
Kingstown
"t



Kingstown
Colonaarie
Barroua'lie
Arnos Vale
Kingstown

Mt. Bentinck
Kingstown
Kingstown
Harmony Hall
Kingstown
Union
Mt. William,


o7 Nature of Whether quali-
Qualifica- fled as a
tion. Special Juror.


Tailor
Clerk
Proprietor
Proprietor
Clerk
Seamstress
Planter
Trader
Merchant
Proprietor
Peasant Proprietoi
Secretary
Proprietor
Proprietor
Merchant
Merchant
Trader
Clerk
Merchant
Overseer
Clerk
lerk

Clerk

Trader
Merchant
Trader
Clerk
Merchant
Housewife
Overseer
Proprietor
Tailor ,
Planter
Clerk
Planter
> .:


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Freehold

,,


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,,
,,




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Surname


Hadley,
Hadley,
Halley,
Harold,
Harris,
Haynes,
Haynes,
Herbert,
Hewitt,
Hewitt,
Hinds,

Hazell,
Hazell,
Henry,
Huggins,

Horne,

Iton,
Isaacs,
Isaacs,
Jack,
James,
Jackson,
Jenning
Jocelyn,
John,
John,
John,
John,
John,
John,
Johnson
Joseph,
Joseph,
John,
Jackson


Fitz Clarenceu
Alfred Henry Mt. Bentinck
Austin Camden Park
Bruce Orange Hill
Daniel Stubbs
Victor Humbert Bridgetown
Charles Pergon Evesham Vale
Cyril Herman Stubbs
Alvin Kingstown
P'rank
O' Carol Orange Hill
Lawrence Owia


Planter
Peasant Proprietor
Overseer
Peasant Proprietor
Proprietor
IProprietor
Planter
Clerk

Overseer
11


No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No


Jurors' Name. Plac . uality, Calling or Nature of Whether quall-
Christian Name. lace Abode. Business. [Qualifica- fled as a
C Na m ti on. Special Juror.

Helen orth ilon 'o Married Woman Itcome Yes
Leonard IKingstoWn Planter ,, Yes
Lottie H" Housewife ,, No
Cecil Alfred Clerk No
Arnold Mechanic ,. No
Henry Afflick Planter ,, Yes
Lorraine Dauphine Proprie~tor 'No
Mrs. Valentina Kingstown IHousewife No
Louis Paul Kingstown ITailor No
Phillip Kingstown tPropristor Freehold Yes
Eliott Jemmott Fitz-
-* roy ,, Proprietor No
Grafton 'Ratho Mill Merchant Freehold Yes
Marie ,, iProprietress Income Yes
Joseph Pamphile Georgetown Proprietor No
William Hendren iGolden Vale Proprietor No
Hobbs I
Hollingsworth ISans Souci Planter No
McPherson
Osborne Kingstown Clerk No
Selwyn Bertram Trader No
Talbot Edwin Calliaqua Proprietor Yes
Samuel Ormond Kingstown Garage Proprietor No
Benjamin Reynoldsol Trader No
Donald Barrouallie No
s, Rosalind :Kingstown Park Proprietress Yes
StQr*-I 1


- --- -- -- -


L,






Jurors' Name. -a --u-lty-cat-rI Nature of Wheti.er quat-
Surname. Christian Name. Place of Aboae. [ Business Qualificc,- -I -is-- --d---
| tion. Special Juror.


Jack,
Jack,
King,
King,
King,
King,
King,
Kirby,
Kirby,

Lawrence,

Layne,
Layne,
Lewis,
Lindley,
Llewellyn,
Lindsay,
Lewis,
Loughead,
Latham.
Marshall,
Marshall,
Marshall,
Mayers,
Miehael.
l cDowall,
McLpaxn,
McDowal,
McDowall,
McDowall,
McMaster,
Medford,
Michael,
Mkulzac,
Mdcntosh,
Me Leain,
lMinors,


Jack, ~ ---~--


George St. Clair Kingstown
David
David Andronicus Kingstown
Alpheus
Lionel
Milton
Florence Arnos Vale
Bertie Richmond Vale
Selwyn Peter's Hope

Clemeth Wilbridge Kingstown
Demandeville
Claud Harold
Edwin
Owen
Donald Kingstown
Eugene Lorraine
Walker Waldo Georgetown
Weston Hazel Kingstown
George Lowmans
Leroy esopotamia
Beresford Kingstown
Frank
Morrison
Milton Theoph-las Calliaqua
Arnold Leonard Villa
David Kingstown
Frederick Kingstown
Cecily
George Lincoln Park Hill
Stacy Kingstown
Marie
Hilary
G'eorge Villa
Beryl Kingstown
O'Neil
Ceford Kingstown Hil
Jack Kingstewn


Clerk Income
Cierk
Trader "
Garage Proprietor "

iTailor
Proprietress Freehold
Estate Manager Income


Chauffeur

[Merchant "

Shopkeeper "

lCierk
Overseer
iMeclhanic
Planter Freehold
iProDrietor "
Trader Income
Clerk
Merchant'
!Contractor Frehold
Peasant Proprieter "
Electrician Ineome
Clerk
Clerk
Planter Freehold
Clerk Income
Trader
Clerk
later
housewife
Proprietor "
Merchant "
"


No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No

Yes

Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No .a
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
'No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes









J urrs' Name. Quality, Calling Nature of Whether quat-
Surname. Christian Name. Place of Abode. Business. Qualifica- fled as a
tion. Special Juror.


Nanton,
Nanton,
Nanton,
Nanton,


Alexander Garcia
Noreen Jess
Ormond
Percival Steinson


Neverson Samuel Bradley
Whittington
Ottley, Henry
Otway, Ruthven
Phills, Frederick Lawrence
Phillips, Clement Lisle
Priddie. Conrad Allison
Pollard, Gerald
Providence, Elverton
Punnett, Chri rt.opher
Punnett, Duncan
Puinett, Jack Vincent
Punnett, Ken
PunnePt, Langley
Palmer, Gerald
Pereira, Jerome Oliver
Punnett, Ernest
Reece, Frederick Albert
Richards, Claude
Richards, Claude McIntosh
Richards, Everard
Richards, Hilda
Roberts, Charles Owen
Robertson, George
Sampson, Jer'':miah
Samuel, Robert Irvin
Samuel, Robert Timothy
Sardine Francis
Saunders, Theodora
Scott, Fitzherbert
Sealy, Clarence
Shortt. Gerald
Soso, Charles


Biabou
lKingstown


[Chateaubelair
Georgetown
Kingstown
Layou
Kingstown

Belmont
Queensbury
Pembroke
Cane Grove
Villa
Peniston
Kingstown
Kingstown
Calder
Owia
Enhams
Kingstown
Georgetown
Prospect
Kirestown
#I
Barrouallie
: .- . ,, ,

Villa Point


Kingstown
Cedars
Kingstown __


Planter
Married Woman
Merchant
",I


Freehold

Income
11


Cle-k

Proprietor
Merchant
Cleric
Proprietor
Clerk
Garage Owner
Peasant Proprietor ,
Planter ,
Income



Clerk I
Clerk Income
Planter
Planter
iShopkeeper
Garage Owner
:Merchant Freehold
,Married Woman-
Managing Clerk
Merchant Income
peasant Proprietor
'Commission Agent Freehold
,Trader income
Merchant
Married Woman "
Printer
Mechanic ,,
Proprietor
Carpenter- ---- H


No

No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No -
No






Juror's name
Sur-ncmc. Christian Name.


Soso,
Soso,
Sprott,
Stay.
Stephen,
St. Hill,
Sutherland,
Sutherland,
Sutherland,
St. Agathe,
Theobalds,
Thompson.
Trumpet,
Tucker,
Tyrell,
Veira,
Veira,
Veira,
Veira,
Veira,
Walrond,
Walker.
Whittle,
Wilson,
Williams,
Williams,
Williams,
Willirn s,
Williams,
Williams,
Winsborrow,
Wallace.
Warner,
Williams,
Williams,

Young,
Young,


Noel
r aul
Conrad Lionel
Robert
Charles
Harry Garnet
Maurice Owen
Eric Donald
George
Leonard
Vernon
Herman
John Cornelius
Jonathan Alderman
Joseph
George
Joseph
Philip
Sandford
Cyril Dempster
Beresford
George Milton
George
Henry Leopold
Albert
Bromley
Charles Vernon
Clive Arthur Maur:
Cyril Robert
Ormond Hugh
Neville
Curtis Bedford
Christian
Alwyn
George Anthony
Reginald
Grace
Jeshura [


_ __


_ ___________I ~~___ I___ I


o, lnl, CGng Nature of Whether qualH-
Place of Abode. "I "Wua-iea- -7fed as a
or Business. tion Special Juror.


Kingstown Chau eur Income No
Clerk No
,Clerk No
*Georgetown Merchant "Yes
Park iil Prop -icLor No
'Kingitown Clerk No
i proprietor ,, Yes
Prcprietor ,, Yes
Yes
Prc lVctor ,, Yes
Frenches Clerk No
Fancy Plan cr Freehold Yes
Kingstown Cabinet Maker Income No
SGaea.Le Proprietor Yes
Chateaubelair Shopl:,.per Yes
Cane Hall Proprietor Freehold Yes
Kingstown Merchant Yes
Merchant No
Mercha~t ., No
Merc!- ant No
Camden Park Clerk No
King:stown Clihr No
Clerk No
I Clerk No
Proprietor Yes
Georgetown Bar Attendant No
Kingstown Clerk No
.Chateaubelair Proprietor Yes
iceCane Hall Planter ,.
Kingstown Merchant Yes
Arnos Vale Planter No
iKingstown Clelrk Yes
STrader Yes
SProprietor ,Yes
Clerk
Planter Freehold Yes

Married Woman No
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