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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

uhlishm bh gluthorit .


VOL. 88.] .-.\ILNT VINCEN'I'. TUS:).\AY. 21 JUNE. 1'155. [No. 37.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
No. 266.
EXPECTED ARRIVAL OF OOVERNOR-DESIONATE, WINDWARD ISLANDS.
With reference to Government Notice No. 183 of 10th May, 1955, it is
notified for general information that Mr. C. M DEVERELL, C.M.G., C.V.O.,
O.B.E.,, Governor-Designate and Commander-in-Chief, Windward Islands,
accompanied by Mrs. Deverell, is expected to arrive in Grenada on 23rd June,
1955, and will take the prescribed Oaths the following day.
21st June, 1955.
(A. 49/1948).


No. 267
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE
(No. 22 of 1946)
AND
IN THE MATTER of the acquisition by the Governor in Council of a parcel of
land at Paget Farm, in the Island of Bequia, in the Parish of the Grenadines,
St. Vincent containing five thousand nine hundred and twenty-one (5,921)
sq. ft. and belonging to Ethel Ollivierre and others.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION.
(FIRST PUETJTAI1ON).
WHEREAS it was decided by the Governor in Council thaf the parcel of land at
Paget Farm in the Island of Bequia in the Parish of the Grenadines, St. Vincent,
bounded on the N.E. and N.W. by the remaining lands of the owners, on the
S.E. by the Church, .and on the S.W. by the Public road, and belonging to the
owners named in the schedule hereto, should be acquired for a public purpose,
to wit, the construction of a water tank;
AND WHEREAS the said parcel of land has been acquired compulsorily for
the public purpose aforesaid;
AND WHEREAS the plan, numbered Gr. 1 Folio 38, showing the above-men-
tioned parcel may be inspected during working hours at the Survey Office in
the town of Kingstown, in the Island of St. Vincent;




3-7














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY. 21 JUNE. 1955.-(No. 37).


Now THEREFORE, this is to inform all persons interested that upon the
SECOND PUBLICATION of this Declaration in the Gazette the above-mentioned
parcel of land shall vest absolutely in the Crown.
SCHEDULE.
Names of Owners
Ethel Ollivierre
Evelyn Ollivierre
Ivy Bunyan
Dorelene Bunyan
Joyce Hazell
Stephana Ollivierre
Carmen Ollivierre
Grace Ollivierre
Dapre Ollivierre
Jean Ollivierre
Pearlir Ollivierre

By Command,
A. L. SAMtUEL,
Acting Government Secretary.
21st June. 1955.


No. 268.
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE
(No. 22 of 194S)
AND
IN THE MATTER of the acquisition by the Governor in Council of certain
parcels of land at Derrick in the Island of- Bequta in the Parish of the
Grenadines, St. Vincent containing the areas shown in the Schedule hereto.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION.
(FIRST PUBLICATION) .
WHEREAS it wasg decided by the Governor in Council that the parcels of land
described in the Schedule hereto should be acquired for a public purpose, to
wit, the construction of a water tank;
AND WHEREAS the said parcels of land have been :acquired compulsorily for
the public purpose aforesaid;
AND WHEREAS the plans showing the above-mentioned parcels of land may
be inspected during working hours at the Survey Office in the town of Kings-
town in the Island of St. Vincent;
Now, THEREFORE, this is to inform all persons interested that, upon the
SECOND PUBLICATION of this Declaration in the Gazette, the above mentioned
parcels of land shall vest absolutely in the Crown.

SCHEDULE.
Parish Location Name of Owner Area acquired
Grenadines Derrick, Bequia Clairmonte
Cunningham 244 sq. ft.
Grenadines ,, Annie Bynoe 1946 sq. ft.
Grenadines ,, ,. Charles Ollivierre 614 sq. ft.
Grenadines ,, Alma Dewer 1959 sq. ft.

.By Command,
A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Government Secretary.
21st June. 1955.


No. 269.
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE
(No. 22 of 1946)
AND
IN THE MATTER of the. acquisition by the Governor in Council of two parcels
of land at Richland Park in the Parish of Charlotte in the Island of St. Vin-
cent containing the areas shown in the Schedule hereto.














SAINT VINCENT, TUiSI)AY. 21 JUNE. 1.))5.-(No. 37).


DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION.

(FIRST PUBLICATION'i.

WHEREAS it was decided by the Governor in Council that the parcels of land
described in the Schedule hereto should be acquired for a public purpose, to
wit, the reconstruction of the damaged road;
AND WHEREAS the said parcels of land have been acquired compulsorily for
the public purpose aforesaid;
AND WHEREAS plans showing the above-mentioned parcels of land may be
inspected during working hours at the Survey Office in the town of Kingstown
in the Island of St. Vincent,;
Now THEREFORE, this is to inform all persons interested that. upon the
SECOND PUBLICATION of this Declaration in the Gazette. the above-mentioned
parcels of land shall vest absolutely in the Crown.

SCHEDULE.
Parish Location Name of Owner Area
Charlotte Richland Park Edward Da Silva ?,945 sq. ft.
.. Eugenia Hector 3i] sq. ft.

By Command,

A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Government Secretary.
21st June, 1965.





No. 270.
1N THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE
(no. 22 of 1946)

AND

IN THE MATTER of the acquisition b), the Governor in Council of two parcels
of land at Yambou, in the Parish oG Charlotte in the Island of St. Vincent
containing the areas shown in the Schedule hereto.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION.

(Fin''T PuBLcA'rTON) .

WHEREAS it was decided by the Governor in Council that the psaxls of land
described in t*ffe Schedule hereto should xbe acquired for a public purpose, to
wit, the protection of the Yambou Road;
AND WHEREAS the said parcels of land rave been .ecquirei compulsorily for
the public purpose aforesaid;
AND WHEREAS the plans showing the above-mentioned parcels of land may
be inspected, during working hours i.t the Survey Office in the town of Kings
town in the Island of St. Vincent;
Now, THEREFORE, this is to inform. all persons interested that, upon the
SECOND PUBLICATION of this Declaration in the Gazette, the above-mentioned
parcels of land shall vest absolutely in the Crown.

SOC EDULE.
Parish Locationi Name of Owner Area acquired
Charlotte Yamnbou Edwin Bacchus 1 ac., 0 r., 25 p.
,, Ezekiel Jacksor 0 ac. I r.. 01 p.

By Command,

A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Government Secretary.
21st June, 1955.














188 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 JUNE, 1955.-(No. 37).


No. 271.
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE
(No. 22 of 1946)
AND
IN THE MATTER of the acquisition by the Governor in Council of a strip of
land in Lot 84 of the Park Hill allotments being approximately 550 sq. ft.
in area.

NOTICE OF ACQUISITION
(Under sections 3 4 & 7 of the Ordinance).
WHEREAS it was decided by the Governor in Council that a strip of land
six feet wide in Lot 84 at Park Hill in the Parish of Charlotte, bounded on the
West by Lot 83 and on the East by the remainder of Lot 84 and extending
from the road on the South to Lot 87 orn the North, should be acquired for a
public purpose, to wit, the provision of a right of way to Lot 87.
AND WHEREAS it is necessary that a survey of the strip be made and the
boundaries demarcated;
Now, THEREFORE, this is to require all persons interested to allow the author-
ised officer (and his agents, assistants and workmen):-
(a) to enter upon and survey the strip intended to be acquired
(b) to set out the boundaries of the strip intended to be acquired
(c) to do all such other acts as may be incidental to, or necessary for
either of the purposes aforesaid.

E. STINSON CAMPBELL,
Authorised Officer.
21st June, 1955.


No. 272.
The following ar.nouncemPnt 's pub-
listled for general inf.rnanation:--
THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN FEDERA-
TION CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION.

The following are the terms -if refer-
ence of the Pre-Federal Civil Service
Preparatory Commission wh;ch has been
set up under the Chairm:.,,hip of Sir
HILARY ELOOD G.B.E., 1K.C M G.
(1' In the light of the provisions of
tl-e pian for a British Caribbean Feder-
or: (Cmd. 3895), and in particular of
-....ter VI, to make recommendations
concern'-: tnie :..'t blishment of a Fed-
eral Public tc. .ice and in particular for
the following matters:-
(i) Initial arrangements for the
transfer to the Federal Public
Service of those functions which
are to be transferred from Unit
to Federal control; .
(ii) organs. ..on and tr,'cture of
the FeJ:cal Public service and
Deparlime; ts, takin-g into ac-
count the functions of the Feder-
ation in respect of the items on
the ex-!,rsive and concurrent
Le.Oiu;! .: u list;
(iii) ter,-; ...nd conditions of service
of OfiL:, 3 and ith-?r employees
appLidte. 't:o the Federal Public
Service;
(iv) arrangements for the transfer
to the Federal Public Service of I
those Officers and other employ-
ees .at present ser, ng in the
Units who will be required to


staff Federal Services; (in mak-
ing recommendations on this
subject the Preparatory Commis-
sion shall have regard to the
need for the preservation of ex-
isting rights and avenues of
advancements of such Officers
and employees).
(v) arrangements which should gov-
ern the grant ot the right to
retire on suitable terms to Offi-
cers and other employees who
are at present staffing such ser-
vices of the Unit Governments
as are to be transferred to the
Federal Government and who
elect not to accept cppotntment
in the Federal Public Service.
(2) To consider the steps which
should be taken to unify the Public
Services in the area, in the light of the
Report of the Commission on the uni-
fication of the Public Services in the
British Caribbean Area (Col. No. 254).
(3) To consider what steps should
oe taken to work towards uniformity
in terms and conditions of service be-
tween the 'Federal PuLlic Service and
the unit Public Services in order to en-
sourage inter-change:ability of staff be-
tween these services.
(0. To consider ac_-i make recom-
ir-endations concerning -he establish-

(i) In the interim'nst, 's. of a body
to advise the (:o. :nor-General
on the anpointr."rt of the Fed-
e:l Civil Serv: .its .who would
start work beit' -1 a Federal Gov-
ei-nnent could come into being;













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 JUNE, 1955.-(No. 37).


(11) In due course, of a Federal Civil No. 277.
Service Commission: RESI NATION.
(5) In making its recommendations
the Commission should provide for the Mr. ROBERT M. CONNELL, Junior
possibility of the two Mainland Terri- Clerk, Treasury etc. Department, has
stories of British Guiana and British resigned from the Public Service of the
Honduras joining the Federation later Colony, with effect from 31st May,
on if they should wish to do so. 1955.
Individuals and Public Bodies are in- 21st June. 1955.
vited to submit written evidence to Mr (P. F. 401).
Louis Cools-Lartigue, O.B.E., Chief. Sec-
retary of the Windward Islands, who is No. 278.
the Windward Islands representative on VACATION LEAVE
the Commission.


21st June, 1955.


No. 273.
AMERICAN CONSIWLATE-PORT-OF-
SPAIN, TRINIDAD.

It is notified for general information
that Mr. DONALD H. ROBINSON has
been appointed Consul for the United
States of America. at Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad.
Mr. ROBINSON is due to arrive in
Trinidad on llth July, 1955.
21st June, 1955.
(R. 3/1949).


No. 274.
CESSATION OF CONTRACTUAL
APPOINTMENT.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 331 of 8th July, 1952, Dr. H. B.
HETHERINGTON'S contractual appoint-
ment ceased as from 9th June, 1955.
21st June, 195,).
(P. F. 623).

No. 275.
CESSATION OF ACTING
APPOINTMENT.

With reference to Government Notice,
No. 173 of 19th April, 1955, Mr. D. E.
WEEKES, Deputy Registrar Supreme
Court, ceased to act as Registrar Supreme
Court with effect from 24th May, 1955.
21st June, 1955.
(P. F. 145).

No. 276.
RESUMPTION.

With reference to G;zette Nobice No.
126 of 29th March,' 1955, Dr. K. J. E.
MCMILLAN, Medical Officer, District 1,
resumed duties with effect from 16th
June, 1955.
21st June, 1955.
(P. F 61)


Miss K. ELAINE WILLIAMS. Senior
Clerk, Education Department. has been
granted seven months one week's vaca-
tion leave with effect from 1st June,
1955.
21st June, 1955.
(P. F. 111).

No. 237.
VACANT POSTS

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-
ST. KITTS NEVIS ANGUILLA
POST OF AGRICULTURAL ASSISTANT
GRADE II.

Applications are invited for the post
of Agricultural Assistant Grade II in
the Department of Agriculture of the
Presidency of St. Kitts Nevis and
Anguilla.
The appointment will be for a period
of three years in the first instance with
a salary sc;le of $2.640 x $120-$3.000.
The actual point of entry in the scale
will be determined in the light of ex-
perience and qualifications of the candi-
date. Applicantsshould hold the diplo-
ma of the Imperial College of Tropical
Agriculture and should have had some
experience of field work in a depart-
ment of Agriculture.
A transport allowance is payable at
the rate at present ruling in the Presi-
dency.
Quarters are not provided.
The officer will be engaged mainly on
pasture improvement and development.
Applications shounl be addressed to
His Honour the Administrator, St.
Kitts Nevis Anguilla.
31st May, 1955.

No. 279.
VACANCIES FOR MISTRESSES, BISHOP'S
HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, BRITISH
GUIANA.

Applications:ire invited from suitably
qualified persons for ippoiitnient as
Mistresses, Bishop's High School. for
Girls, British Guiana.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 JUNE, 1955.-(No. 37).


2. The duties are to teach two or 8. Applications should be addressed
more of the subjects English, History, to the Headmistress, Bishop's High
Latin, French, chiefly in the Wniddle School for Girls, British Guiana, in time
school though there might be some to reach her not later than the 81st
opportunity for work at the standard of' August, 1955. (Copies and not origi-
the Ordinary Level of the General Cer- nals of certificates and testimonials
tificate, of Education. The persons at,- should be submitted).
pointed will be expected to lake part in 21st June. 1955.
some of the -xtr.i eurricular activities of
the school in addition to her teaching No. 280.
duties, I LEGISLATION.
3. Candidates should possess Bache-i
lor of Arts degree either General or The following Doctments are pub-
with Honours. A Teacher's Diploma listed with this issue of the Gazette :-
or an equivalent qualificauion is desir- S.R. & O. No. 20.-The Hotels Aid
able but not essential. Regulations, 1955.
4. The successful candidate will be (V. 179/1945).
allowed a commencing salary within
the scale 500 x 25--625 per annum S.R. & 0. No. 21.-Proclaiming the
appropriate to her experience andfor Currency Ordinance No. 17 of
qualifications; at present a temporary 1950. in so far as it relates to
cost of living allowance at the rate of (Coin) shall come into operation
71. 17. G. per annum is also payable. on the 1st day of July, 1955.
Some improvement in the emoluments (F.13/1950).
may however he expected when Gov- By C mmand,
ernment t;kes a decision on the Report
of the Salaries Commissioner, 1954. A. L. SAMUEL.
5. The appointment would normally Acting Government Secretary.
be pensionable subject to the candidate's GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
medical fitness and to satisfactory ser- 21st June, 1955.
vice during a probatiooi;nry period of ... -----
one year. but th(e successful candidate DEPARTMENTAL AND
could if she so preferred, be ;appointed O TH E NT-ICE
on a three-year contract in which case OTHER NOTICES.
she would he granted, on the satisfac-
tory conclusion of her period of contract PUBLIC WORKS NOTICE.
service, a gratuity calculated at the rate
of 25% of basic salary for each complet- l The following articles will be put up
ed period of three months service in-or sale by public auction on Wednes-
cludingaapproved leave. day, 29th June, 1955 at the Public
6. The successful candidate will be Works Depot, Arnos Vale:-
subject on appointment to tie Colonial I only Electric Motor 10 H.P., 400
Regulations and to local General Orders Volts
and instructions in force for the time ,, Fan Motor 15"
being in so far as they are applicable. 1 ., Slip Ring Motor 30 H.P.,
7. Vacation lave (for both "pension- 1 ,, Squirrel Cage Induction Mo-
able" aw i contractt" staff) is earn- toi
ed at the rate of five days for each I ., I H.P. Motor, 400 Volts
completed month of resident service up I Pulley complete with Motor
to a maximum, of six months, subject 1 ,, Star ter for 10 H.P. Motors
to a minimum tour of two years resi- 9 ,, 60 amps. solid Neutral Switch-
dent service. es
A pensionable appointee would be 1 ,, 100 amps. 3 phase switch
eligible for "assisted passages" when 1 ,, Portald- Vice stand. and a
travelling to and from leave, subject to i number of second hand
the provision of funds annually by the tyres.
Legislative Council and to the require- 2. These articles may be seen a; the
ments of the Public Officers Leave Arnos Vale Compound any working day
(Passage) Regulations. between the hours of 9 00 a.m. and 2.00
If recruited from. overseas, the MI[is- p.m., except on Wednesdays when the
tress would he provided by Government hours will be between .00 a.m. rnd
with a passage to British Guiana in 0noon. PG. SMITH
order to tak- np her appointment, and P. G. SMIThs.
... . .. .... SSuperintendent ot Worhks.


if the appointment is on contract, with ...
a passage back to the place from which Public Works Department,
she was recruited on the satisfactory Kingstown.
completion of her contract. June, 1955.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY. 21 JUNE, 1955.-(No. 37).


NOTICE



UN-DER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948.



IT is hereby notified for general infornatinn that the Quarterly Liquor
Licensing Sessions will be held in tile undermentioned Parishes for ihe purpose
of hearing applications from applicants in their respective Parishes for the
granting of Certificates in accordance with the Liquor Licence Ordinance. 1948.
at the times and places herewnder.


Parish


Time and Place of Session.


St. George & St. Andrew


Charlotte


St. David


... At the Court House, Kingstown. on WVed-
)LesdatI/, 29th June, 1955. at 10.00
<.'clog; in the forenoon.


At the Court House. (Georgetown, on
F'ridrty. 24th June, 19.55. at 11.00
o'clockl in the forenoon.


At the Co .ri. House. C iiteiuintlrri. -u
Mlotdtry, 37t/i .ut-,. 1955. at 11 .00
o'erlook in the frenomo.


Notices of intention to oppose the -rant of any certificate stati n ,in gen,,ral
terms the grounds of the opposition, must 1-, served niuin the applicant ind
upon the Macistrate niot less than seven days lie or', the lIay fix'd fo:'the holding
of the Licensing Session.



PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.


Parish.


St. George &
St. Andrew


Nsime of Applicant. Occupation.


Cleve Thonmas
St. Clair Lowve

David Fail-burn

Gladstone Woo.i

Vincent Thomad.
],loyd Ferring-
LOll
iCharles Gunsai

Alma ;mdy
lphtraim Adatms
,Jolin Riri airdrs

Milto:n trichiardL-
Neville Priam

' Miriam Laid-
low
A Arcllie S:tin]l-1


Resirdence.


R io dInIa1,




V id. Si.

A'alIe(



Hill


B-a.\ S'r-.
Pan1, ],,,


ley


Situation of
Premiaes.



Palni'.s A v n'in [.
R jil it r ;iA i']



Cail(er
Lower Mid. St.


Eveshatiti

Carl I ir a tl
Br lair


V:Ile


Lo\.. orB~
1jl III s Lo t


I













192 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 JUNE, 1955.-(No. 37).


Parish.


St. George &
St. Andrew






Charlotte











St. Patrick ...


Name of Applicant.


Alfred Bonadie

Beltran Mofford

Gertrude John

G. W. Frank &
Sons
. Marcus Cordice
Walter Baptiste
James Delves
Frederick Child
George B. Forde

Gracel Hull
Emily Jinnens

Maurice Young


McKie Gibson


Rebecca l)nncan

Enoch Morris

* Victor Patrick


* Application for transfer Certificates.


Occupation.


Shopkeeper





Merchants

S. ,,


Residence.


Kings-
town
Carapan

Fairburn
Pasture
Kingstown

Sandy Bay
Owia
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Mt. Ben-
tinek
Biabon
George-
town
Mt. Ben-
tinck

Barrou-
allie
Spring
Village
Spring
Village
George-
town


Situation of
Premise.


Lower Mid. Str.

Carapan

Fairburn Pas-
ture
Middle Street.
Kingstown
Sandy Bay
Owia
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Mt. Bentinck

Biabou
Georgetown

Mt. Bentimck


Barrouallie

Spring Village

Spring Village

Spring Village


1fAGISTRATE'S OFFICE.
KINGSTOWN,
16th May. 1955.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

CAMDEN PARK EXPERIMENT
STATION.

MANGO AND CITRUS PLANTS FOR
SALE.

There are available for sale 80 mango
plants--Juli-, Ceylon :ind Imperial
(Banfield) and 250 budded citrus plants
-Parson Brown. Lue Gin Gong, Wash-
ington Navel and Valencia oranges and
marsh seedless grapefruit at 60c. each.
Orders shonul be placed with the
Offi-er-in-Cil;irge. Camden Park Exper-
imnent Station or Agricultural Officer,
Head Office. Kin-stown.
HUGH S. McCO"NIE,
Ag. Su'erinteelden t of Agriculture.
16th J.nn,. 1955.


N. A. BERRIDGE,
Magistrate.


CUSTOMS NOTICE.


In accordance with the provisions of
S.R. & 0. No. 17 of 195.4 and the Cus-
toms (Warehouse Probation) Notice of
23. 7. 54., it is hereby notified that the
undermentioned article (x S.S "Kings-
bridge" was sold by Public Ajction on
the 4th day of June, 1955.


E.S.-5 barrels Pickled Mackerel.


A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Collectfor of Customs.


Treasury Etc. Department,
. St. Vincent,
6th June, 1955.

















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 JUNE, 1955.-(No. 37). 193


CUSTOMS NOTICES.

By authority of Spction 27 Cap. 183 of the Customs Ordinane', tie un1Tienie toned g, o's 'ill be sold
lby Public Auction ou Wednesday, 6,h July, 1955, unless duly cleared or re-wareht.used.


17th June, 1955.


A. 1). W. JOIN'-ON.
frw Colonial Treasurer.


No. 1 WAREHOUSE.


Date Ware-
housed


Ship


.3. 5. 54 Daerwood
13. 12. 53 Cloudia S.
1q. 1 54 E M. Thnis
0. 2. b4 Lydia Adina
!3. 3. 54 Daerwood
10. 3. 54 Nina
5. 1. 53 Bel-Queen

!n. 2. 52 Nina
!1. 3. 54 0. L. M. Tannis
.2. 4. 54 Forester

1. 5. 54 Sch'e

!3. 12. 53 Cloudia
!1. 5. 54 C'dn Victor
2. 11. 49 Maissoneuve
Park


Consignee
G. k. Forde
J H. Hazell
J. B. Haz-l]
C. B. Wallace
G. A. Forde
W. J. Abbott
Order

J. HT. Hazell
J. H. Hazell
J. H. Bazell

Cirea & Co. Ltd.

J. H. Hazell
Corea & Co. Ltd.

Corea & Co. Ltd.


Marks & Nos.
Ahlott
PH V
V & C
G V 4
OD I)
A 0 S 4467
Grenada
Add
NM
B. J.
Shall 1623
20/20/123 Lub.
N/M

T) H L
N/M

CH 944
B 1. 944


Quantity & Descrip-
tion
1 Bun-ile
1 Hundlle
5 Crn s
1 Tin
I Plg
1 Ctu

7 Pa -s
1 l'ie.o
1 Casl
1 Ctn

S1]'i(cA

1 Case
1 ark

2 Only


Declared Contents
Iron Iars

M Ilk
LT rd
MAr han.lie
Milk Siout


Man,.hinrv
,MorhiiiiiIse
L,,b. Oil

Spin CaPat Itin
Zoil P'ipn
T.,l Powder
Feed

Aunclis


Date Ware-
housed.
Dec. 7/5.3
Dec. 7/53

Jan. 13/54

Feb. 2/54

Jan. 5/54

April 5/54


Ship
Orion
Ino


Haav

Daerwood

Cloudia S.

Wonderful-
Counsi llor


do.



do.

do.

May 12154 Archangelos



LIST OF GOODS

Date Re- Date Ware-
ceived housed
1. 3. 54 9. 3. 51

29. 12. 53 6. 1. 54

16. 6. 51 26. 6. 54

4. 4. 54 12. 4. 54


No. 2 WAREHOUSE.

Consignee Marks & Nos.


E. M Edwards
Corea & Co. Ltd.

John fl. Hazell
Sons & Co. Ltd.
George A. Forde

John H. hazell
Sons & Co. Ltd.

do.


do.



do.
do.

John H. HazAll
Sons & Co. L'd.


E M E
WV. J. A.
No. 5?1501

E. K. No. 1051
Charlie
Sutherland

B. St. Vincent

J. A. Charles
& Cqr-.sco
St. Lusia
Domiinit Dis-
Tenlnr rv-
AA A R. F. D.
Roeepau
D D) (.
R'seau


S. S. Manderville
Kingstown


Qu;ant'ty & Des-
cription
1 only

1 parcel

1 ctn.

1 case

I tin


58 loone



14 etns.

13 etns.
I drum &
5 tins

I roll


Declared Contents
Ein[ ty Drums

Merchandise

Cotton pce. Goods

Merchandise

Biset.ts


SfIxa Salt


Me chandi-e

Wire Mesh


IN BAGGAGE ROOM OF NO VALUE & OVER ONE (1) YEAR.


Conveyance
Plane


Consignee
J. H. Hazell


Jenkins Roberts E. A. Banfield


Blue Star


Plane


J. H. Hazell


Marks


Description of
Goods


J. H. HTazqll 1 PkgPR Printing
Blc.k
Martha Babb 1 Carton Mer-
chlandise
N/\[ 1 'in Kerosene o I
leakedd)
J. H. Ilazell 1 Pa(kage Pri: t-
inua H ick.


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SAIN' v <^S^|

STATUTORY. R S AND ERS,

1955, 7 .

HOTELS AID REG NATIONS.

(Gazetted 21st June, 1955).

1. Short title. These- Regulations may be cited as the Hotels Aid.
Regulationsp,,A1955.

2. Form of particulars. The particulars contained in every form or
document prescribed by these Regulations shall be printed, typed or written
thereon legibly in ink or some other indelible material.

3. Forms of Application and Documenta to accompany.
(1i Every application for a licence to construct a hotel shall be in the form
set out as Form 1 in the First Schedule to these Regulations and shall be accom-
panied by:-"--
(a) the certificate of incorporation of the Company ,or an authenticated
copy thereof, where a Company is the applicant;
.(b) if so required by the Governor in Council, a, plan or diagram drawn
to a scale of not less than one inch to every hundred feet of the lands
whereon the hotel is proposed to be constructed;
(e) if so required by the Governor in Council, proper plans and drawings,
on a scale of not less than one-eighth of an inch to one foot, of the
hotel to be constructed, together with a specification indicating the
dimensions of such hotel and the materials with which the same is
proposed to be constructed and the estimated quantities of such of
the materials as will have to be imported or purchased in the Colony
for such purpose;
(d) a statement of the period within which such hotel is to be constructed
and opened for business; and
(e) such other particulars and information as the Governor in Council
may from time to time by notification in the Gazette require for the
purposes of these Regulations.
"(2) Every application for a licence to equip a hotel shall be in the form
set .out as Form 2 in the First Schedule to these Regulations, and shall be
accompanied by:-
(ai the certificate of incorporation of the Company or an authenticated
copy thereof, where a Company is the applicant;
(b) a full descriptive list of the articles, of hotel equipment necessary
to be imported or purchased in the Colony for the purpose of equip-
-ping the hotel and the market value thereof at the port of shipment
V .-' or place of purchase;

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(c) a statement 'of the period within which such hotel is to be equipped
and opened for business; and
(d) such other particulars and information as the Governor in Council
may from time to time by notification in the Gazette require for the
purposes of these Regu~ations.

4. Forms of licence. (1) Every licence in respect of building mate-
rials shall be in the form set out as Form 1 ha the Second Schedule to these
Regulations.
(2) Every licence in respect of articles of hotel equipment sh4ll be in the
form set out as Form 2 in the Second Schedule to these Regulations.

5. Form of Inventory. Every inventory required to be kept shall
be in the form set out in the Third Schedule to these Regulations.

6. Marking of Hotel Equipment. (1) Every licensee shall, in
the manner provided in the Fourth Schedule to these Regulations, within one
month of the date of the importation or purchase, as the case may be, legibly
and permanently mark, stamp or engrave every article of hotel equipment
.imported or purchased under a licence granted to him.
(2) Every licensee who fails to comply with the provisions of this regu-
lation shall be liable on summary conviction to a penalty not exceeding tswnty-
four dollars.

7. The following items shall be added to the Scheduld to the
principal Ordinance:
Office equipment, including typewriters, adding machines and filing cab-
inets.

8. Commencement. These Regulations shall take efect on the ost
day of June, 1955.

Made by the Governor in Council under section 16 of the: Hotels Aid Ordin-
ance, 1954, (No. 45 of 1954) this 31st day of May, 1955.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk of Executive Council.

FIRST SCH~DULE.
(FOa S or APPLICATION).
FORM 1.
Pursuant to sections 3 and 4 of the Hotels Aid Ordinance, 1954, /We
hereby make application to the Governor in Council for a licence to (,import
into the Colony) (purchase '"irr the Colony) sltch building materials as are
specified in the documents accompanying this application and I/We subnit
the following particulars:






45

Surname and christian name of applicant or name of applicant company

Address of the applicant or registered address of company ................ ............

Num ber of bedroom s in hotel ........... ..... ........ ...................... .................................................. ...
Dated this day of 19


Signature of Applicant.
Note: Strike out words in brackets not applicable.

FORM 2.
Pursuant to sections 3 and 4 of the Hotels Aid Ordinance, 1954, I/We
hereby make application to the Governor in Council for a licence to (import
into the Colony) (purchase in the Colony) such articles of hotel equipment as,
are specified in the documents accompanying this application and I/We submit
the following particulars:
Surname and christian name of applicant or name of applicant company

Address of applioant or registered address of applicant company

S itu a tion o f h o tel ................................... .........................................................................................................................
N .u m oer of bed roo m s ...........................................................................................................................................
Dates of commencement and of completion of hotel........................................................

Purposes for which articles of equipment are to be imported or purchased

Dated this day of 19


Signature of Applicant.
Note: Strike out words in brackets not applicable.

SECOND SCHEDULE.
(FORMS or LICENCE).
FORM 1.
WHEREAS due application has been made to the Governor in Council herein
for .a licence under the Hotels Aid Ordinance, 1954, by ..................

hotel proprietor (hereinafter called "the lisensee"):
Now 'T EREFORE, the Governor, bly and with the advice of his Executive
Council, under and by virtue of the powers contained in, section 3 of the Hotels
.Aid Ordinance, 1954, HEREBY GRANTS a licence to the licensee with regard to a
I









certain h hotel situ ate at .......................................................................... ..................................................... A N D th is
is to license and permit the licensee to (import into the Colony) (purchase
in the C olony) betw een th e ................................................. ............................................................... (date)
a n d th e ....:........................................ ....................... .............................. .................................. (d ate ) for th e con struc-
tion of the said hotel the building materials! set out or described in the Schedule
hereto: and the licensee shall be entitled on production of this licence to the
proper Customs Officer and subject to the terms hereof (to import into ,the
Colony the building materials enumerated or referred to in the Schedule heieto
free of all customs duties) (subject to payment of import duty at a rate
equivalent to the difference between the General Tariff and Imperial Prefer-
ential Rates to be paid drawback of customs duty in accordance with section
6 of the said Ordinance).
GRANTED at Kingstown, St. Vincent, this day of 19

Clerk of Executive Council.
Note: Strike out words in brackets not applicable.

SCHEDULE.
Material Producing or manufacturing
territory.
FORM 2.

WHEREAS due application has been made to the Governor in Council for
a licence herein under the Hotels Aid Ordinance, 1954, by ..................................................

hotel proprietor (hereinafter called "the licensee"):
Now THEREFORE, the Governor, by and with, the advice of his Executive
Council, under and by virtue of the powers contained in section 3 of the Hotels
Aid Ordinance, 1954, HEREBY GRANTS a licence to the licensee with regard to .
certain ,h hotel situ ate a t ............................................................................... ........................................... A N D th i-
is to license and permit the licensee to (import into the Colony) (purchase
in th e -C olony) betw een th ep ......................................................... ............................... ........................... (d ate)
a n d th e ................................................... ..................................................... ............................. (d a te ) fo r .th e equ ip -
ment of the said hotel the articles of hotel equipment set out or described in
the Schedule hereto; and the licensee shall be entitled on production of this
licence to the proper Customs Officer and subject to the terms hereof (to import
into the Colony the articles of hotel equipment enumerated or referred to in
the Schedule hereto free of all customs duties) (subject to payment of import
duty at a rate equivalent to the difference between the General Tariff and
Imperial Preferential Rates to be paid drawback of customs duty in accordance
with section 6 of the said Ordinance).
GRANTED at Kingstown, St. Vincent, this day of 19
f
Clerk' of Executive Council.
Note: Strike out words in brackets not applicable.










SCHEDULE.

Producing or manufacturing
territory.
THIRD SCHEDULE.


(FORM OF INVENTORY).
Name of Hotel

Situation
Name of Proprietor


Date of Importation or of
local purchase


ARTICLES

Number Description


I Certify that the foregoing is a true inventory of the articles imported
and purchased locally for'use in connection with the construction or equip-
ment of the above hotel.


Signature.


FOURTH SCHEDULE.
Every -article shall be marked in such a manner so that the mark may be
easily recognized, and the mark shall consist of the following letters arranged
in the following order:-
H. 0.
V.


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49
L; SAINT VINCENT.

STA RY RULES AND ORDERS,

> 26 A w65 1955, No. 21.


(Gazetted 21st June, 1955).


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION.
[ L.S. ]

0 R. KELSICK,
Acting Administrator.

WHEREAS ft is enacted by subsection (2) of section 14 of the Currency Ordin-
ance, No 17 of 1950, that the said Ordinance, in so far as it relates to coin,
shall come into operation on such date as the Governor shall by Proclamation
in the Gazette appoint:
Now THEREFORE I, OSMUND RANDOLPH KELSICK, the officer for the time being
administering the Government of the Colony of Saint Vincent, in exercise of
the powers vested in me by subsection (2) of section' 14 of the Currency Ordin-
ance, No. 17 of 1950, do hereby proclaim: and order as follows:-

1. This Proclamation may be cited as the Currency (Coin) Proclamation,
1955.

2. The Currency Ordinance, No.. 17 of 1990, in so far as it relates to coin,
shall come into operation[ on the 1st day of July, 1955.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony of Saint vincent,
at Government Office in the said Colony this 18th day of June One
thousand nine hundred .and fifty-five and in the Fourth Year of the
Reign of Her Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN !
(F. 13/1950).

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