VOL. 88.] SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 25 JANUARY, 19.55. [No. 6.
VISIT OF THE COUNTESS OF
It is notified for general information
that the COUNTESS OF LIMERICK, G.B.E.,
Vice-Chairman of the British Red Cross
Society, will be visiting the Caribbean
branches of the Society during Feb-
ruary and March 1955.
She will be accompanied by Miss
MARGARET INGLE, Assistant Director of
the Overseas Branches. Department of
the British Red Cross Society.
The COUNTESS will arrive in St. Vin-
cent on 3rd March and depart on 7th
25th January, 1955.
R. T. SAMUEL, Esq.
Mrs. R. M. CATO,
,, R. N. EUSTACE,
,, J. H. D. Cox,
H. A. DAVIS, Esq., O.B.E.,
G. A. MCINTOSH. Esq.,
The Public Assistance Officer,-
Until further notice the duties of
Chief Public Assistance Officer will be
performed by Mr. C. G. HUGGINS, La-
hour Commissioner, in conjunction with
the duties of his substantive post.
25th January, 1955.
With reference to Gazette Notice No.
t(i. miLf/4). 582 of 7th Decembier 1954. 5Ir. R. M.
No. 27. CATO, as Chairman of the Wages Coun-
cils as under, with effect from 20th
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE BOARD. January, 1955:-
1. 'The Aricuiilural (Sugar & Arrow-
Under the provisions of Section 5 of root) Waie Council.
the Public Assistance Orlinmnce (No. 2. The Agricultural (Minor Crops)
31 of 1950), the following persons have 1 Wages Council.
been appointed members of the Pablic 3. The Inotstrial Waees Council.
Assistance Board for a period of one 4. The Shot Assistants W e s
year with effect from 1st January, Council.
1955:- r ocl.
ly~~~~l.) ~ ~ Th-- Do ti, S ]t,,,,4; Wn, ,. *~
Th Chief Public Assistance Officer,
The Honourable H. F. YOUNG,
., ,. G. ff. CHARLES,
. ,-. E. SLATER,
L. C. LATHAM,
t P. Lm s e ervan lall' agesk l lO I li
Dr. W. L. WEBB. to he Chairman of
the Wagles Councils, as under, with
aublill bh gluthorit4.
22 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 JANUARY, 1955.-(No. 6).
effect from, 20th January, 1955, vicee
Mr. R. .\. UATO who has resigned :-
1. The Agricultural (Sugar & Arrow-
root) Wages Council.
2. The, Agricltural (Minor Crops)
3. The Industrial Wages Council.
4. The Shoo Assistants Wages
5. The Domestic Servants Wages
Mr. C. V. D. HADLEY, Education
Officer to be an independent Member of
the Wages Councils, as under. with
effect from 20th January, 1955 :-
1. The Agricultural (Sugar & Arrow-
root) Wages Council.
2. The Agricultural (Minor Crops)
3. The Inducstrial Wages Conncil.
4. The Shop Assistants Wages
5. The Domestic Servants
25th January. 1955.
CLAIMS ON PROPERTY IN ENEMY
The following Orders in Council have
been received in the Colony and are
available for inspection at the Govern-
ment Office by persons interested :-
THE FOREIGN COMPENSATION (HUN-
GARY) (REGISTRATION) ORDER,
1954 (S.I. 1954 No. 219)
THE FOREIGN COMPENSATION (RouM-
ANIA) (REGISTRATION) ORDER,
1954 (S.I. 1954 No. 221.
THE FOREIGN COMPENSATION (BUL-
GARIA) (REGISTRATION) ORDER,
1954 (S.I. 195.1 No. 220).
The purpose of these Orders in Coun-
cil is to enable the Foreign Compensa-
tion Commission to receive applications
to register details concerning claims
relating to nationalization or expropria-
tion of British property, or interests in
property, in Hungary. Roumania, or
The Foreign Compensation Com-
mission already have the names and
addresses of a number of persons who
have written to the Foreign Office, and
application forms will be sent to them
at those addresses. If, owing to changes
of address, the application forms are not
received within a short time, those
applicants shown ld write to the Secretary,
Foreign Compensation Commission, 1,
Princes Gate, London, S.W.7, giving
their namines and addresses and stating
under which Order in Council they
wish to apply for registration. Other
persons who wish to apply should write
direct to the Secretary. Foreign Com-
It is emphasized that no assurance
can be given that in application, or the
registration of a claim under the above-
mentioned Orders, will necessarily be
followed- by negotiation by Her Aajesty's
Government in respect of that claim
with any foreign Government, or that
any compensation will be obtained. If,
in due course, n egntiations awe under-
taken concerning these or any other
categories of claims with a foreign
Government information contained in
claims registered under these Orders
may be of assistance to Her Majesty's
No application to register other cate-
gories of claims in respect of these
countries shnild be sent to the Foreign
Compensation Commission. Arrange-
ments for obtaining information about
claims against the countries concerned,
which are not within the scope of the
present Orders, will be announced later
by the appropriate Department of Her
25th January, 1955.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Tuesday the 8th and Wednesday. the 9th
days of February, 1955, being Bank
Holidays. all Public Offices will be
closed on those days.
25th Januaiy, 1955.
The under-mentioned Ordinance
which has been assented to by His Ex-
cellency the Governor is published for
general information with this issue
of the Gazette :-
No. 44 of 1954.-An Ordinance to es-
tablish, and to confer certain
powers upon the St. Vincent Ba-
nana Growers Association and to
control the export of bananas.
(B. 35/1950 II).
25th January, 1955.
The following Document is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 25 JANUARY, 19c5.-(No. 6).
S.R. & 0. No. (;.-The Supreme Court I
(Trade Unions) Rules.
IT. 1 /1 Q 09 A
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A. L. SA
25th January, 1955.
o'TH ER NOTI(
STATEMENT OF CURRENCY
CULATION IN THE BRITISH
ON 1st JANUARY, 1
Average Circulation during
Br. C'aribbean Cur-
rency Notes ....$49
Govt. Currency Notes... I
British Caribbean Cutr-
rency Notes :
Trinidad & Tobago
British Guiana ...
St. Vincent ...
St. Lucia ...
St. Kitts ...
POST OFFICE NOTICE.
It is hereby notified lor general in-
formation that the contract vessel
"Marcelle S." will leave Kingstown on
-MUEL, I13onday, 7th February, 1955, on its
t Secretary. usual run to the Grenadines and will
return the same evening, due to the 8th
February, being a Bank Holiday.
AND General Post Office.
)ES. St. Vincent. B.W.I..
24th January, 1954.
GROUP) DISTRIBUTION OF ROUMANIAN,
s955. BULGARIAN AND HUNGARIAN ASSETS.
Total Pritish Caribbean
Currency Notes ... $57,335,684.50
Trinidad & Tobago
Circulation ... $1,282,489.00
Note Circulation ... 144,506.00
British Guiana Gov-
ernment Note Cir-
culation ... 468,412.50
Note Circulation ... $1,895,407.50
Total Circulation on
1st January. 1955 ... $59,231.092.00
M. H. BERNARD.
Acting Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency
BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY
NOTICE is hereby given that Direc-
tions have been issued by Her Majesty's
Treasury in the United Kingdom for
the distribution of Roumanian, Bul-
garian and Hungarian assets among
citizens of the United Kingdom and
Colonies and British Protected Person,
who have certain claims against the
Governments or Nationals of those
2. For this purpose, Roumanian assets
held in the United Kingdom and in the
Colonial territories will be dealt with
as a single fund as also will the Bulga-
rian and Hungarian assets. Eligible
claims will be met from each of the
three funds at dividends which will be
the same in the Colonial territories as
in the United Kingdom.
3. Persons who are citizens of the
United Kingdom and Colonies or Brit-
ish Protected Persons. now residing in
this Colony. who may have any claims
similar to those which may be accepted
under the above Treasury Directions.
are required to forward such claims to
me not later than the 31st January
1955 under the Roumanian Directicns
and the 28th February 1955 under the
Bulgarian and Hungarian Directions. If
any such claims are received, Directions
similar to those issued in the United
Kincrdom will be issued for the purpose
of dealing with such claims.
4. Where Bonds of the types specified
in Part I of the First Schedule to ihe
United Kingdom Directions are held by
a citizen of the United Kingdom and
Colonies or a British Protected Person
now residing in this Colony but who
was a resident of the United Kingdom
on the 28th July 1952. such person will
be able to make a claim to the United
Kingdom Administrator under Section
5 (2) of the United Kinzdom Directions
and should npply direct to the United
Kingdom Administrator for the appro-
r ,'A ;' '.v-i -'n
24 SAINT \'I.NClNT. TUESDAY, 25 JANUARY, 1955.-(No. 6).
private form. This applies to the Bulga- No. 3 and particularly to that section of
ri.an and Hungarian Directions as well this Regulation which reads:-
as to the Ronmanian Directions.
DUDLEY F. JOHNSON,
Custodian of EIiemry Property.
25th Janiary. 1955.'
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
IMPORT CONTROL NOTICE (No, 1
WORLD OPEN GENERAL LICENCE
IN RESPECT OF CERTAIN
With reference to the World Open
General Licence issued pursuant to
Section 5 of the Imports and Exports
Control Regulations, 1939, dared the
9th day of February 1954, the Schedule
is hereby amended by deleting all the
items therein and substituting therefore
the following :-
2. Kraft Paper
3. Fish (Dried, smoked, pickled,
salted and canned)
6, Animal Feeding Stuffs
8. Milk, powdered and canned
9. Split Peas
11. Sulphate of Amonia
12. Lumber and Wood Products.
2. The following items will be ac-
cepted as coming under the classification
of "Wood Products". and consequently
will need no licences for their import-
Shingles; Laths : Box Shooks; Staves;
Headings iand barrel shoorks; Soft-
wood andl Hardwood Plywood;
Mouldings nid trimmings of wood.
Dated this,15th day of January, 1955.
C. R. WILLIAMS,
fobr Controller of Supplies.
(N.B. The effect of the above Notice is
that the above listed items are permitted to be
imported under World Open General Licence
and no specific licence is now necessary for the
importation into this Colony of these commo-
dities from any source).
ADMISSION TO INNS OF COURT.
The attention of intending students
is drawn to Consolidated Regulation
"'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 lie seeks admission is
incompatible with the position of a
student seeking Call to the Bar."
All persons, therefore. who are gain-
fully employed wheii 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
students who are in Government Ser-
vice of one kind or another or on study-
leave whether paid or unpaid, or in
receipt of a scholarship allowance.
Dated 8th day of Janualy. 1955.
D. F. JOHNSON,
INCOME TAX NOTICES.
TO GOVERNMENT OFFICERS.
All Government Officers are hereby
reminded that the latest date for the
submission of Income Tax Returns for
assessment in the year 1955 is the 31st
January, and that failure to give notice
of chargeability is an offence against
the Income Tax Ordinance, rendering
the person concerned liable on convic-
tion to a fine not exceeding FOUR
HUNDRED AND EIGHTY DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income,
accruing in, derived from the Colony or
elsewhere and whether received in the
Colony or not for the preceding year,
exceeded the statutory limit of $480 is
required to submit a return in the pres-
cribed form notwithstanding that on
account of approved deductions no tax
may eventually be chargeable, and par-
ticular attention is directed to the fact
thAt the term -'income" is deemed to
include not only money but also allow-
ances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
blank return forms to such persons
through their Heads of Department.
It is to be clearly understood, however,
that a person is not exonerated from
the statutory liability to make a return
even though that person may not have
received a blank form, which may be
obtained. on application at the Revenue
O ffi ces at Georgetown, Barrouallie.
Bequia and Union Island, or in other
SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 JANUARY, 1955.-(No. 6). 25
d(iisricts, iron the Police Station siuaate .3;. Ally person -ngaed L iraners,
therein. These Forms may also be ob- in any trade, business or etc.
tainted from the Income Tax Office, profession shall keep in le tcouets
Kingstown, where any person requiring English language proper in
information in connection therewith is bonks of account sufficient English.
invited to enquire, to record ;ll transactions
4th January, 1955. necessary i'1 order to a1sser-
tain the gains and profits
TO THI GENERAL PUBLIC. male or the loss incurred in
-- each such trade. business or
Every person concerned, not being a profession, and any such
Government Officer, is hereby reminded person who fails to comply
that the latest date for the submission with this provision shall be
of Income Tax Returns for assessment guilty of an offence, and in
in the year 1955 is the 31st March, and addition to any penalty in-
that failure to give notice of clihargeabi- curred he shall bie liable to
lity is an offence against the Income pay any tax to which he may
Tax Ordinance, rendering the person be assessed under the pro-
concerned liable on conviction to a fine visions of this Ordinance."
not exceeding FOUR HUNDRED AND 68. Any person guilty of Penalties
EIGHTY DOLLARS. an offence against this Or- for
2. EVERY PERSON whose income, dinance shall le liable on offences.
accruing in, derived from the Colony summary conviction before
or elsewhere and whether received in a Magistrate. to a fine not
the Colony or not for the preceding exceeding four hundred and
year, exceeded the statutory limit of eighty dollars, and in default
$480 is required to submit a return in of payment toimprisonmnent,
the pre-cribed form. notwithstanding with or without hard labour.
that on account of approved deductions for any term not exceeding
no tax may eventually be chargeable, six months."
and particular attention is directed to 2. TheComiissioners of Income Tax
the fact that the term "income" is intend to enforce the provisions of the
deemed to include not only money but sections referred to above
also allowances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION-
blank return forms to such persons. It ERS OF INCOME TAX.
is to be clearly understood, however,
that a person is not exonerated from INCOME TAX OFFICE.
the statutory liability to make a return KINGSTOWN.
even though that person may not have 4th .January. 1955.
received a blank form, which iay be
obtained, on application, at the Revenue
Offices at Georgetown. Barrouallie, TRAFFIC NOTICE.
Bequia and Union Island, or. in other
districts from the Police Station situate VISIT OF H.R.H. THE PRINCESS
therein. These Forms may also be ob- MARGARET TO ST. VINCENT.
gained from the Income Tax Office, MARGARET TO ST. VINCENT.
Kingstown, where any person requiring
information in connection therewith is Special lReyulatiowns under Section 79
invited to enquire. (i) of the Muolor Fehicle and Road
4. The form, correctly completed, Traffic Ordinance. 1940.
should he accompanied by all necessary "-
supportinl statements. Specimens of 1. The public are hereby notified
the form of account required from that th e time t;ahbl and route to he used
small traders and from occupiers or for the Royal pr()cessin on the event
cultivators of lard will be supplied on of the visit of H.R.H. the Princess
request. MARGARET to St. Vincent on Tuesday,
8th February, 1955 are as follows:-
4th January, 1955. 2. 4
2. 4.20 p.m.
Royal procession sturis Iroin Kings-
TO TRADERS, BUSINESSMEN AND town Jetty, travels east along Bay
PROFESSIONAL MEN. Street, north along Egiront Street, east
along Halifax and Grani)y Streets. sinth
Attention is directed tothe provisions along Sharpe Street, andl tlroilgh the
of Section 73 and 68 of the Income Tax Cane Garden Roal to Sion Hill, down
Ordinance No. 23 of 1948 which read the Murray Road to tlhe Grammrnar
as follows School (G rounds.
1 * t. i* -- Ll- T* -T Ot- i.' --- 'l.-- ^ -
26 SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 25 JANUARY, 1955.-(No. 6).
3. 4.;5. p.m. 2. 4.41 p.m.-5.45 p.m.
Procession arrives at Grammar School Cane Garden section open, also Sion
Grounis. Hill ;o Kinistown via Kingstown Hill,
4. 4.65 p.m. Sharpe and Bay Stieets. Traffic be-
Procession leaves Grammar School tween Windard and Leeward districts
Grounds by wia of the road between may use this route b(tweeni the hours
Peace Memorial Hall and the Richmond specified.)
Hill School proceeding north along the
Murray Road, turning left into McKies'
Hill Road and thence into ihe Girls'
5. 5.55 p.m.
Procession leaves Grammar School,
travels east to 2Murray Road. south along
Murray Ro;id, west ;long Granby and
Halifax Streets south along Hillsboro
Street and thence to the Jetty.
Specially invited guests (ticket-hold-
ers) will be issued windscreen stickers
permitting them to park either in the
"RED''" block (with entrance opposite
the Agricultural Ollices-). or in the
' BLUE block (Richmond Hill School
playground). Free parking (non-ticket
holders) will be permitted south of the
military parade groui.d (opposite Fren-
ches Road) and along the Middle Street
and other streets which at no time form
part of the route.
Persons invited to attend the Wel-
come at the Jetty will park in Hillsboro
Street. AFTER the Royal procession
has departed. these cars will be. per-
mitted to travel along Bay, Egmont,
Halifax and Granby Streets, Murray
Road and into thp RED block.
All cars should be parked by 4.00
p.m. as no movement, (except as above)
will be allowed on the route during the
Buss should set passengers down at
some convenient point and park in the
The parking of cars in the Grammar
School Grounds will NOT be permit-
RESTRICTIONS TO TRAFFIC.
a. 3.45 n.m.-4.40 p.m.
Entire route will be closed to ,11
3. 5.15 p.m.-5.40 p.m.
Cars parked in any of the three park-
ing blocks may proceed into Kiingstown
via Murray Road, Jam s amd Bay
NO vehicle shall park anywhere a long
Pedestrians are required to stand on
the sidewalks behind the rope barriers.
NO ONE will be permitted, whether
on foot or otherwise, to follow behind
the process on.
MEMBERS OF THE ST. VINCENT PO-
LICE FORCE HAVE DIRECTIONS TO
ENFORCE THESE ORDERS AT ALL TIMES
DURING WHICH THEY APPLY.
S. A. ANDERSON.
Chief of Police.
14th January, 1955.
GOVERNMENT COTTON GINNERY
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.
2nd White ... 8c. . .
3c. ,, ,,
G. P. DOUGAN,
15th January, 1955.
SAINT. VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 JANUARY, 1955.-(No. 6). 27
The attention of ail owners, dealers, drivers of motor vehicles, etc., is drawn to
the provisions contained in Ordinance No. 26 of 1954, respecting the increased licence
fees payable for the year 1955.
PART I-MOTOR VEHICLES.
Private Motor Cars.
Private Motor Cars nut exceeding 1800 lbs.
Private Motor Cars exceeding 1800 lbs. but
not exceeding 2600 Its. tare
Private Motor Cars exceeding 2600 lbs tare
Private Motor Tricycle not exceeding 1800
Private Motor Tricycle exceeding 1800 lbs.
Private Motor Cycle without side car
Private Motor Cycle with side car attached
Goods Vehicles of less than 2 tons tare
Goods Vehicles of 2 tons but less than
Goods Vehicles of 3 tons tare or over
c $ c
20 00 11 00
30 00 16 00
40 00 21 00
20 00 11 00
46 00 24 00 12 50
60 OD 31 00
75 00 38 50
Trailers not exceeding 4 ton tnre
Trailers exceeding ton hut less than (
Trailers of J ton but less than 1 ton tare
Trailers 1 ton but less than 1i tons tare
Trailers of 1A tons tare or over
Tractors of less than 2600 lbs. tare
Tractors of 2600 lbs. tare or over
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 hut not more than 6 passengers ex-
25 00 13 50
30 00 16 00
40 00 21 00 11 00
48 00 25 00 13 00
PART II-MISCELLANEOUS FEES AND DUTIES.
Driving Permit .. . $
Registration of any Motor Vehicle or trailer including certified
extract from Registrar.. ..
Registration of change of ownership
I duplicatee Licences or Permits .
Examination of Driver
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
8. A. ANDERSON,-Lieut.-Colonel,
Chief of Police.
18th January, 1955.
Annual i Year J Year
SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 JANUARY, 1955.-(No. 6.)
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 the purchasers'
nawies, 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 siaie.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Colonial Treasurer.
5th January, 1955.
No. Nameof Owner. Situation of Description of Purhae Date Sold. Remarks.
Property. Property. Price.
1 Cart, 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.
PRtWD BY T= GOWVUNMwNT PINTM, AT THM GOTNiitiN plufhInIG OFFICE,
KIrNGS'o ST. T qCrT.
[Price 24 cents.]
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,
1955, No. 6.
SUPREME COURT (TRADE UNIO RULES. <
(Gazetted 25th January, 1955) : l/ 1955
The Rules of the Supreme Court (Trade Unions) 19 m b C f
Justice of the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and ardkslai ith
the approval of the Governor, of the Windward Islands and the of the x
Leeward Islands under the authority of section 16 of the Leeward Islands and
Windward Islands (Courts) Order in Council, 1939, and pursuant to the appro-
priate provisions of the relevant legislation.
1. Citation. These Rules may be cited as the Rules of the Supreme
Court (Trade Unions), 1954.
2. Interpretation. In these Rules-
"the Court" means the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and Lee-
"the Registrar" means a Registrar of Trade Unions appointed pursuant to
the provisions of the relevant legislation;
"the relevant legislation" means in relation to the Colony of-
(a) the Leeward Islands, the Trade Unions Act 1939, (No. 16 of 1939);
(b) Dominica, the Trade Unions Ordinance, 1940, (No. 20 of 1940);
(c) St. Lucia, the Trade Unions and Trade Disputes Ordinance, 1948,
(No. 4 of 1948);
(d) St. Vincent, the Trade Unions and Trade Disputes Ordinance, 1950,
(No. 3 of 1950);
(e) Grenada, the Trade Unions and Trade Disputes Ordinance, 1951,
(No. 20 of 1951).
3. Method of bringing Appeals. All appeals to the Supreme Court
from a refusal of the Registrar to register a trade union or against the Registrar's
decision to cancel the registration of a trade union shall be commenced by origin-
ating notice of motion within two months of the decision of the Registrar or
within such further time as the Registrar of the Court may think fit to allow,
and the Rules of the Supreme Court for the time being in force shall (except if
and so far as otherwise provided by these Rules) apply to all proceedings on any
4. Notice of Motion. The notice at motion shall be headed with a ref-
erence to the relevant legislation and also with a reference to the decision of the
Registrar which is appealed against and shall contain or have scheduled or an-
nexed thereto a concise statement of the grounds of the appeal, and no grounds
other than those comprised in such statement shall (except with the leave of the
Court and on such terms, if any, as the Court shall think just, be allowed to be
taken by the appellant at the hearing of the motion.
5. Directions of Court in Relation to Motion. (1) The court may.
at any stage of the motion direct that the same be served on any persons that
the Court may think proper:
Provided always that, except where the trade union or alleged trade union
in question are themselves the appellants, such trade union or alleged trade union,
or any person who appeared before the Registrar and in whose favour he decided
shall (unless the Court shall otherwise order) be respondents or one of the re-
spondents to the motion.
(2) At any stage of the motion the Court may, if it shall appear to be expe-
dient so to do, cause notice to be given by advertisement or otherwise of the
time when the motion will be, or is likely to be, heard and disposed of, or .other-
wise make provision for enabling any person interested in the trade union or
alleged trade union in question or in the subject matter of the appeal to appear
and be heard on the motion.
(3) At any stage of the motion the Court may, if it thinks fit, give any such
special directions for the hearing and disposal of the motion either on affidavit
evidence or with witnesses or otherwise and generally at such time and in such
manner as may be just and convenient.
6. Powers of Court. In all proceedings on any such appeal the Court
shall have all the powers vested by the relevant legislation in the Registrar, and
may make any order which might or ought to have been made by the Registrar.
7. Hearing of Appeals. All appeals shall be heard in Chambers un-
less the Court shall otherwise direct.
8. Costs. In all proceedings on any such appeal the costs of and incident
thereto, including the costs of and incident to any proceedings before the Regis-
trar, shall be in the discretion of the Court.
Made by the Chief Justice this 1st day of November, 1954.
Approved by the Governor of the Windward Islands this 9th day of Decem-
E. B. BEETHAM,
Approved by the Governor of the Leeward Islands this 14th day of December,
K. W. BLACKBURNE,
(L. 10/1939 (A)).
PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[Price 12 Cents.]