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Publication Date: January 18, 1955
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 3: Prison (Amendment) Rules, 1955
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 4:Proclaiming Tuesday, the 8th and Wednesday the 9th days of February, 1955, to be observed as Bank Holidays throughout the Colony
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 5: Proclaiming Section 29 of the Maintenance Ordinance, 1949 (No. 1 of 1949) do hereby extend Part V of the said Ordinance to the Island of Jersey
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S NT V NCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE'

abiati ihed bl Authorit ,



Voi, 88. I.\[NT V\INCIN. TUESI)AY. 18I .JANUARY. 1955 N\. 4.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Broomes, Revd. J. B. Kingstown
Connell, S. C., M.B.E. Kingstown
Daniel, C. W. Owia
No. 17. Dunn, Revd. James R.E. Georgetown
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMiSSION. Durrant, V. H. Assistant
I Superintendent o f
Withi rel- irence ,, G(venorient Nolice Roads Kingstown
No. 454 ol'f 2Ls .ptemir, 1954, His Fowkes, Revd. R. Chateaubelair
Exceileiwv the (;over.n..r hs bei Ganteaume. Revd. Fr.
pleased t ,o ,ppoint the ol. owing person Placid, O.S.B., V.G. Kingstown
to serve o the S. Vincen lic Harry, Theophilus Troumaca
S Servce . |)c Jones, Revd. F. B., B.A. Layou
Service Commission r :a .ri>od ,f one Lewis, Revd. G. W. Biabou
year with effect. from lsr .Inn:iry, Lomax, Revd. R. Mt. Coke
1955 : Mason, Revd. Desmond
R. C. P. BRYAN, ,:sq., M..E. G. Kingstown
(C(ha irm an), I Maxwell, Archdeacon R.
0. V. D. HADLE.;Y, ii-I., lI.Sc.Educa- S., M.A., B.Sc.
tion Offtt-r McConnie, H. S., B.Sc.
V. D. ARCHER, Esq.. McIntosh, G. A.
The Venerable Ariliiieac(oi R. S. Montgomery, Revd. P. J.
MAXWELL, M.A., B.Sc. C. H. R.
Secretary: The Asistaun Adminis- Mural, Revd. E. C. M. Georgetown
trator & Es ablishiienti Officr. Robertson, Archibald Troumaca
i Shapley, The Rt. Rev.
18th Jan uary, 1955. Ronald Norman, M.C.,
(A. 40/1949). A.K.C. Kingstown
S- lof, Revd. Fr. Ephraim,
No. 18. O.S.B. Kingstown
OFFICIAL ATTI'STOR'-. Smartt, Rev.d. F. A. Barrouallio
Vanloo, Robert, Agricul-
The following list of Official Attestors ural Instructor Kingstown
for the Colony of St. Vincent under the Officer Kingstown
Illiterates Protection Ordinance is pub- Under Section 4 of the Ordinance,
listed for general information :- Members of the Executive Council, Mem-
Name. Address. bers of the Legislative Council, Police
Anderson, R. M., M.B.E. Kingstown Magistrates, Justices of the Peace, the
Boers, Revd. Fr. William, Registrar of the Supreme Court and
O.S.B. Kingstovn Medical Officers are Official Attestors
Bonadie, Ormond, Agric- ex officio.
cultural Instructor (r0r, 18th January, 1955.





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12 SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 18 JANUARY, 10)55.-(No. 4).


No. 14.
VACANT POS'1.

POST OF LABOUR SUPERVISOR.
BOTANIC GARDENS. DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE, ST. VINCENT, 13.W.1.

A p!,licatio-is ;l< inl itedl f1,r I ilw ;, St
)i L:oi),tlr St. ,rvis, r. Botnice Gardens,
in the D-eprtmlient of A-riculture, St.
Vincent, B.W.I.
The salary of the post is in Ihe scale
$624 x $72-8768. Free quarters ;ire
provided.
The officer will be required to per-
form all duties appertaining to the
supervision and proper upkeep of the
Botanic Gardens a it I Govertinmlent
House Grounds, and will also )Ie requir-
ed to imnlert: 'e such other tluies s ;is ;iv
from time to time Ih imposed ueon him
by the Superinteiiden: of Acricu l:i'r
or anyone duly :nithori.sed 1l) him to
do so.
Applications should I v aildress I( to
the Superintendent of A,-riculit re, St.
Vincent.and should re;iach him not later
than Saturtday, 22nd ,Taumary. 1955.
11th January, 1955.

No. 6.
REPORT OF THE BRITISH GUIANA
CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSION 1954.

It is notified for ,-enernd information
that the R,.port of the British Guiana
Constitutional Commission. 1954, is
available at Governinei t Office. Kings-
town, for sale to the General Public.
The selling price of the Report is
24 cents.
4th January, 1954.
(Sec. 14/1953).

No. 19.
LEGISLATION.

Th'e Iight lbolunorahlle the Secretary
tf State for tie Colonies las notified that
iler Majesty the QUEN will not hbe
.id vised to exercise her po\\'er of dlis-
nllowance in respect of tile followi ig
O()li:ilances of this Goverionent :-
_.. 39 of 1954.-An Ordinance to
amend tle Juvenilos Ordinance.

No. 40 of 1954.-An Ordinance to
regulate Societies.
(S. 5/1950).
18th January, 1955.


S.R. & 0 No. 3.-Prison (Amend-
1ment) Rules, 1955.

S. R. & 0. Nn. I.-Proclaiming Tues-
day, the 8th and Wednesday the
9th days of Fe,'ruatry, 1955, to
1,. serve i as Bank Holidays
tlron h.iout tili( Colony.
(A. 11/1950).
8. H. & 0. No. 5.-Proc;aiming Sec-
tion 29 of the Maintenance Ordi-
nance, 1949 (No. 1 of 1949) do
hereby extend Part V of the
said Ordinance to the Island of
Jersey.
(J. 10/1946)
The Port Elizabeth (Hospital Com-
pound Allotments ) Housing
Scheme.
(P. 11/1945).
The Port Elizabeth (Cemetery Allot-
lments) Housing Scheme.
(P. 11/1945).
18th January, 1955.

No. 13.
BANK HOLIDAYS.

DISCOVERY DAY, 1955.

Under the B1:k Holidays (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1940. Saturday 22nd
J;tnuary, 1955. (Discovery Day) being a
Bank Hlolid ay. all public offices will be
closed on that day.
11th January, 1955.

No. 21.
By virtue of a Proclamation issued
with this Gazette (S.R. & 0. No. 4),
Tuesday the 8th and Wednesday. the
9th days of February, 1955, being Bank
Hlolihdys. ;ll Public Ollices will be
closed (lln those days.
18th Januaiy, 1955.
(A. 11/1950).

No. 22.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

The Administratioln Report on the
F.Iecntion Delartm nt for the year
1953 is published with this issue of the
Gazette.
18th J;lan ar\, 1955.

No. 23.


Cole f nlue -f*'' ,,,,.-', of a+


Legislative Council held or, the 16th
No. 20. and 21st Decenlbr. 1954 which may be
The follow win,, Documients are pul-I seen ;t the Governmint Office.. Kings-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:- town Libiary and at all Revonue offices















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 JANUARY, 1955.-(No. 4).


and District Post Office, are published
with this issue of the Gazette.

By Command,

A. L. SAMUEL,
Actinq Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
18th January, i'55.


EI'Al I'M IKN'IAL AND
( 'TI 11, 1 N,,OTICES.

ADMISSION TO INNS OF COURT.

The attention of intending students
is drawn to Consolidated Regulation
No. 3 and particularly to that section of
this Regulation which reads :-
'No person shall be admitted as a
student while engaged in any gain-
ful occupation which in the opinion-'
of the Masters of the Bench of the
Inn to which he seeks admission is
incompatible with the position of a;
student seeking Call to the Bar."
All persons, therefore, who are gain-
fully employed when making applica-
tion for admission are requested to set
out the nature of such occupation and
duties involved. The applicant should
also state whether or not he intends to
relinquish such gainful occupation if
his admission is approved.
This requirement includes intending
stu.ients who are in governmentt Ser-
vice of one kind or another or oin study-
leave whether paid or unpaid, or in
receipt of a schiolarship allowance.

Dated 8th day of January, 1955.
D. F. JOHNSON,
Registrar.


TRAFFIC NOTICE.

VISIT OF H.R.H. THE PRINCESS
MARGARET TO ST. VINCENT.

Special Re l,,,.,', ,'.under Sectir.n 79
(1) of the MIolor Vehicle and Road
Traffic Ordinance, 1940.

1. The public are hereby notified
that tlhe time table and route to he used
for the Royal pirocessio on the event
of the visit of H.R.H. the Princess
Margraret to St. Vincent on Tuesday,
8th February, 1955 are as follows :-
2. 4.20 p.m.
Royal procession starts from Kings-
town Jetty, travels e:rat along Bay


Street, north along lgmionit Street, east
along Halifax and Granlly Street-. .I'.nh
along Sharpe Street, ani tlirongh :tihr
Calne Gardei Road to Sion Hillt. d wn
the Murray Road to the G(aimtunar
School Grounds.
3. 4.-55. p.im.
Prw,;'esioni.arrive. at Grammar Schlool
Grounds.
4. 4.55 p.m..
Procession l.a '-s Graimmair School
Grounds by way of the ioad 'hetiveen
Peace Memoriail Hall ,nd the Richmin(id
Hill School proceeding norih along ihe
Murray Road, turning Ie into M< Ki(-'
Hill Road: and thence into tlie Grl.-'
Hi,, h School.
5.5..55 p.m.
lProcession leaves Griammar School,
travels east to Murray Road, south along
Murriiy Road, west along Granby and
Halifax Streets sorth along HillstLero
Sitret and thence to the Jetty.
PARKING.
Specially invited guests (ticket-hold-
ers) will be issued windscreen stick s
permitting them to park eith r ili the
"RED" block (,with entrance opposite
the Agricultural Offices), or in the
'BLUE" lock (Richmond Hill School
playground). Fiee parking (non-ticlket
holders) will be permitted (,south f. the
military ariade ground (opliosite F (in-
ches Road) and along tlie Middle Street
and other streets which at no time foir
part of the route.
Persons invited to attend the Wel-
come at the Jetty will park in Hillsboro
Street. AFTER the Royal procession
lias departed. these cars will lie- per-
mitted to travel along Bay, Femont,
Halifax and Granby Streets, Mutray
Road and into thp Rt D block.
All cars should le packed by 4.00
Ip.ii. as InI move imen t. (except as atio e')
will lie allowed on the route dni ing the
prohibited periods.
lius4s should set passengers down at
some convenient point and park in the
Market Square.
The parking of cars in the Gran-mar
School Grounds will NOT lie permit-
ted.
RESTRICTIONS TO TRAFFIC.
i. 3.4.5 ..m.-4.40 p.m.
Entire route will he closed to :all
traffic.
2. 4.41 p.m.-5.45p.m.
Cane Garden section oi en. nl.o Sinti
Hill :o Kinicst own via Killstown Hill.
Shiarpe an d Bay Strepts. TiffIe be-
tween Wimnard and Leew;ird districts
imay use thi-i route bletwei n the hours
specified.)















14 SANI.T 1,(W '1 'lL,SiWi\i. 16. oiNUARY, la. o.4).


3. 515 p.In --5.40 p.1.1
Cars p irkeii in lny o0' the three park-
ing lock- i' may proceed, into Kinisto'vn
via Murriay Road, Janr s anl Bay
Streets.
X ) \hliicle'shallil p lt ;ll), ', where along


PEDESTRIANS.
Pel.tr .(lie iequirred to stanii on
the 1id a.-,lk ,'hiniid( the i ope, barriers.
NO ONE will iwe prmni ted, whether
on foot oir oth. -rwise, iito follow bchi:id
the proc -nirn.
\[EMBERS 01' THE ST. VINCENT PO-)
LICE ',O) C1 HVAVE DIPUCUtONS TO
ENFORCE THElitE OrDE) A'L' ALh TLMlES
DURING WHICH THEY APPLY.

S. A. ANDEISON,
Lient.-Coioel,,
Cl i "' of Police.
i4th January, 1955.


INCOME TAX NOTICES.

0O GOVERNMENT OFFICERS.


Kinigstown, whcre any person requiring
information in coneiection therewith is
invited to eiquire.
4th January, 1955.


TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.

':vey person concerned, not being a
GovernmeitL Otlicer, is hlreby remindedI
that the latest date for the sbminission
of Income Tax Retulll n for a;tessmuient
in tile year 1955 is iho 31st, .arch, and
that failure Lt) give notice of c;hirge'abi-
lit) i, an offeniic agaiins ti;e Initnme
Tax Ordinance, rendering the person,
corlcered li 'le onil conviction to a fine
not exceeding FOUR HUNDRED A*ND
EIGHTY DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income,
accruing in, derived from the colonyn y
or elsewhere and whether r -*eivel in
the (ColonY or not for the preceding
year, exceeded the statutory limit or
$480 is required to submit a return in
the- prescribed form. unt\\itlistainding
that on account of approved no tax way eventually 1,e elhti,'.ablb-
and particular attention is oii: eted to


All Government Ohlicers are hereby deemed to include not only i one Lut
remindedI that the latest date for the also allowances in kind.
submission of Income Tax Returns for
assessment in the year 1955 is the 31st 3. Effo:'s are being ma(!e to .end
January, and that failure to give notice blank return forms to such persons. It
of chargeahility is an offence against is to be clearly understood, however,
the Income Tax Ordinance, rendering that a person is not exonerated from
the person concerned liable on convic- the statutory liability to nakel return
tion to a fine not exceeding FOUR even though that person may not have
HUNDRED AND EIGHTY DOLLARS. received a blank form, which inay be
2. EVERY PERSON whose income, obtained, on application, at the Revenue
accruing in, derived from the Colony or offices at Georgetown. Barrouallie,
elsewhere and whether received in the Bequia and Union Island, or. in other
Colony or not for the preceding year, districts from the Police Station siimote
exceeded the statutory limit of $480 is therein. Th.,se Forms may also lie ob-
required to submit a return in the pres- tainei from the Incoiwi Tix Office,
cried form notwithstandinu- that on Kintgstown, where any person requiring
account of: approved deductions no tax inforination in conniectioi( therewith is
mnay eventually be chargeable,and par initel to ci qniire.
ticular attention is directed to the fact 4. The form, correctly completed,
that the term "'incorn" is deenied to should he acco panied by all necessary
include not only money but also allow- suip()or;inu titoeme-nts. Specimenis of
ancos in kind. the rorlim of account reqluirid froni
3. Efforts ar' being made to send small traders a;il from occpiers or
blank return iorlois to such persons culti;itors of iand will he supplied on
through their H-eaIs or Departmeinnt. request.
It is to be clearly understood, however, 4t IJ95
that a person is not exonerated from 4th Jan y,1955
the statutory liability to make a return
even though that person may not have
received a blank form, which may T TRADERS BUSINESSMEN AN
obtained, on application at the Revenue PROFESSIONAL MEN.
Offices at Georgetown, Barrouallie,
Beqnia and Union Island, or in other Attention is directed to the provisions
districts, from the Police Station situate of Section 73 and 68 of tihe Incone Tax
therein. Theso Forms may also be ob- Ordinance No. 23 of 1948 which read
tainted from the Income Tax Office, as follows !-













sAINT. VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 JANUARY, 1955.-(No. 4). 15


"73. Any person engaged
in any trade, business or
profession shall keep in the
English language proper
books of account sufficient
to record all transactions
necessary in order to asser-
tain the gains and profits
imale or the liss incurred in
each such tradc, business or
profession, and any such
person who fails to comply
with this provision shall be
guilty of an offence, and in
addition to any penalty in-
curred he shall be liable to
pay any tax to which he may
be assessed under the pro-
visions of this Ordinance."
68. Any person guilty of
an offence against this Or-
dinance shall be liable on
summary conviction before
a Magistrate, to a fine not
exceeding four hundred and
eighty dollars, and in default
of payment toimprisonnient,
with or without hard labour,
for any term not exceeding
six months."


Traders,
etc.
to keep
accounts
in
English.


Penalties
for
offences.


2. The Commissioners of Income Tax
intend to enforce the provisions of the
sections referred to above.

BY ORDER OF THE COM.IMISSION-
ERS OF INCOME TAX.
INCOME TAX OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
4th January, 1955.


SAINT VINCENT.

BY AUTHORITY OF THE SMALL
DEBTS ORDINANCE.


IN THE SMALL DEBT COURT,
(KINGSTOWN) DISTRICT 1.

Between
OLIVE CATO Plaintiff
and


CELINA LLEWELLYN


Defendant


levied by virtue of a warrant to levy on
Goods and Chattels issued in the above
suit:-
One (1) wooden unfinished house.
NEWTON LAYNE, Cpl.,
Process Server.
13th January, 1955.


SAINT VINCENT.

BY AUTHORITY OF THE SMALL
DEBTS ORDINANCE.

IN' THE SMALL DEBT COURT,
(CALLIAQUA) DISTRICT 2.

Between
ROSAMANDA NICHOLAS Plaintiff
and
PETER BROWNE Defendant.

NOTICE is hereby given that on
Wednesday the 26th day of January,
1955, between the hours, of 7 a. m. and
3 p.m. at the Police Station, Mesopota-
mia, there will be put up for sale the
undermentioned Goods and Chattels
belonging to the above-named Defend-
ant, levied by virtue of a warrant to
levy on Goods and Chattels issued in
the above suit:-
One (1) Wooden house Covered
with Galvanized Iron.

H. A. SUTHERLAND, Cpl.,
Process Server.
13th January, 1955.




GOVERNMENT COTTON GINNERY
NOTICE.

PURCHASE OF SEA ISLAND COTTON


The advance to be paid by the Gov-
ernment Cotton Ginnery on Sea Island
Seed Cotton purchased on the Co-opera-
tive System for the Crop 1954/55 has
- been fixed as follows:-
White ... 22c. per lb.


NOTICE is hereby given that on 2n White ...
Wednesday the 26th day of January, Stained ...
1955, between the hours of 7 a.m. and
3 p.m. at the Police Station, Calliaqua,
there will be put up for sale the under- G.
mentioned Goods and Chattels belong-
ing to the above-named Defendant, 15th January. 1955.


Sc. ,, ,,
3c. ,, ,,

P. DOUGAN,
Acting Manager.















16 SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 18 JANUARY, 1955.-(No. 4).


POLICE NOTICE.


The attention of all owners, dealers, drivers of motor vehicles, etc., is drawn to
the provisions contained in Ordinmane No. 24 of 1954, respecting the inereated licence
fees payable for the year 1955.

PART'' I-M[OTOR VEHICLES.


Private Motor Cars.
Private Motor Cars not eaxeetirng 1800 lbs.
tare
Private Motor Cars exceeding 1&00 lbs. but
not exceeding 2600 lIs. tare
Private Motor Cars exceeding 2600 lbs tare
Private Motor Tricycle not exceeding 1800
lbs tare
Private '-rotor Trioycle exceeding 1800 lbs.
tare
Private Motor Cycle without, side car
Private Motor Cycle with side car attached

loods Vehicles.
Goods Vehicles of less than 2 tons tare
Goods Vehicles of 2 tons but loss than 3
tons tare
Goods Vehicles of 3 tons tare or over

Trailers.
Trailers not exceeding I ton tare
Trailers exceeding' ton but less than 3
ton tare
Trailers ,f A ton but less than 1 ton tare
Trailers I ton but less than 1l tons tare
Trailers of 1H tons tare or over

Tractors


Annual Year Year


2 0
20 00


$ 0c
11 00


30 00 16 00
40 00 21 00

20 00 11 00


6 00

8 50
11 00

6 00


24 00
8 00
12 00


46 00 24 00 12 50

60 09 31 00 17 00
75 00 38 50 19 75


15 00


8 50 4 75


Tractors of less than 2600 lbs. tare
Tractors of 2600 lbs. tare or over


Hearses
Motor Vehicles constructed and licensed to
be used solely as hearses

Hiring Cars and Taxis.
Motor Vehicles licensed to carry not more than
four passengers excluding driver
Motor Vehicles licensed to carry more than
4 but not more than 6 passengers ex-
cluding driver


(i)
(ii)
(iii)

(iv)
(v)
(vi)
(vii)
(viii)

(ix)


25 00 13 50
30 00 16 00


10 00


7 25
8 50


6 00 4 00


40 00 21 00 11 00


48 00 25 00 13 00


PARr II-MISCELLANEOUS FEES AND DUTIES.

Driving Permit .. $
Learner's permit ..
Registration of any Motor Vehicle or trailer including certified
extract from Registrar
Registration of change of ownership
duplicatee Licences or Permits
Examination of Driver
Dealer's Licence
Fee payable by applicant who claims to be subjected to a test
under section 31 (2)
Fee payable for examination of any motor vehicle by an
Inspector ..


2.50
.75

2.50
.60
.25
1.20
30.00

2.50

1.20


S. A. ANDERSON,-Lieut.- Colonel,
Chief of Police.


18th January, 1955.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 JANUARY, 1955.-(No. 4.)


NOTICE.

In accordance with Section 49 of the Land and House Tax Ordinance Cap. 194,
as amended by Ordinance No. 12 of 1954, the following properties which were sold
for arrears of taxes on 18th December, 1954 will vest absolutely in tle purchasers'
names, unless the owners or any other person or persons having an interest in the
properties sold, pay into the Treasury the said PURCHASE PRICE PLUS TEN
PERCENT thereof BEFORE the expiration of three (3) months from date of sale.

A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Colonial Treasurer.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT,
5th January, 1955.


No. Name of Owner. Situation of Description of Purch Date Sold. Remarks.
Property. Property. Price. Date Sold. Remarks.


1 Carr, John Montrose 1 House $82.00 18. 12. 54.
2 Chapman, Ruben Montrose 1 House 30.00 18. 12. 54.
3 Davis, John H. Cane Hall 1 ac. 2 rds. 36 pls. 31.00 18. 12. 54.
4 DeFreitas, Cecil Green Hill 1 House 2.00 18. 12. 54.
5 King, Milton K/town Park 1 Rood Land 46.00 18. 12. 54.
6 Walcott, Leonara Villa 34 pls. ,, 15.00 18. 12. 54.


PnrrMED BY TMH GOVMNKUNT' MDWnM, AT THZ GOVfWN Mit FRnm= G OWICz,
KIrNOTOWN, ST. 'INCENT.
[Price 24 cents.1














SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1955, No., 3.



PRISON (AMENDMENT) RULES.


(Gazetted 18th January, 1955).



1. Short title. These Rules may be cited as the Prison (Amendment)
Rules, 1955, and shall be read as one with the Prison Rules, 1945 (S.R. & 0. 1945,
No. 39) (hereinafter referred to as the principal Rules) and all amendments
thereto.

2. Rule 222 of principal Rules amended. Rule 222 of the principal
Rules as replaced by Rule 9 of 'the Prison (Amendment) Rules, 1949, (S.R. &. 0.
1949, No. 72) is hereby amended by deleting the word "one-fourth" appearing in
the fourth line of sub-paragraph (a) of the said Rule and substituting therefore
the word "one-third".


Made by the Governor in Council under section 1 of the West Indian Prisons
Act, 1838 and approved by the Governor in Council this 7th day of January, 1955.

F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(J. 54/1948).


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
1955. [-Price 4 cents. ]
,/ ,1955.
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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1955, No. 4'.

(Gazetted 18th January, 1955).

BY THE ADMINISTRATOR

A PROCLAMATION.
[ L.S. I
0. R. KELSICK,
Acting Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 7 of the Bank Holidays Ordinance, Cap. 161, it is enacted
that it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council from time to time, by Procla-
mation in the Gazette, to appoint a special day to be observed as a Bank Holiday
throughout the Colony:

AND WHEREAS it is deemed fit and proper that the occasion of the visit of Her
Royal Highness the Princess Margaret, should be marked in this Colony by the
declaration of public holidays:

Now THEREFORE I do, with the advice of the Executive Council, and pursuant
to the authority in me vested by the said Ordinance, hereby appoint Tuesday,
the 8th and Wednesday, the 9th days of February, 1955, to be observed as Bank
Holidays throughout the Colony:

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Island of Saint Vincent
at the Government Office in the said Island this 14th day of January
in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty-five and
in the Third Year of the Reign of Her Majesty Queen ELIZABETH THE
SECOND.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
(A. 11/1950).


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SAI1T VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORD

1955, No. 5. L

(Gazetted 18th January, 1 '
44 1955 j
BY THE ADIMINISTRA R 4

A PROCLAMATION.`J
[L.S. I
0. R. KELSICK,
Acting Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 29 of the Maintenance Ordinance, 1949, (No. I of 1949)
provision is made for the enforcement in this Colony of maintenance orders made
by a court in any British possession or territory under Her Majesty's protection
where the governor is satisfied that reciprocal provision has been made by the
Legislature of such possession or territory for enforcement of maintenance orders
made by the Courts of this Colony:
AND WHEREAS it is provided further that the Governor on being so satisfied
may by proclamation extend Part V of the Maintenance Ordinance, 1949, (relat-
ing to the reciprocal enforcement of maintenance orders) to any such possession
or territory:
AND WHEREAS the governor is satisfied that the Legislature of the States of
Jersey has made reciprocal provisions for the enforcement within the States of
maintenance orders made by the Courts of this Colony:
Now THEREFORE I OSMOND RANDOLPH KELSICK the Officer for the time being
Administering the Government of the Colony of Saint Vincent pursuant to the,
authority vested in me by section 29 of the Maintenance Ordinance, 1949, (No. 1 of
1949) do hereby extend Part V of the said Ordinance to the Island of Jersey.
GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Island of Saint Vincent
at the Government Office in the said Island this fifteenth day of
January in the year of Our. Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and
Fifty-five and in the Third Year of the Reign of Her Majesty Queen
ELIZABETH THE SECOND.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
'(J. 10/1946).


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X :KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
S1955 -- [ Price 4 cents. ]
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