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Publication Date: June 28, 1955
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 22: The Telephone (Amendment) Regulations, 1955
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 23: The Kingstown Board (Market) By-Laws, 1955
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 24: The Saint Vincent Banana Association Limited (Cessation of Powers) Notice, 1955
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 25: Villa Airport (Amendment) Regulations, 1955
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    the repeal of the said Ordinances shall become effective on the 1st day of July, 1955 - 28th June, 1955
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197


SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE





VoL. 88.] SAINT V[NCENT. TUESDAY. 28 JUNE. 1'.55. [No. 39.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 283.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.

It is notified for general inform ion that there will be a meeting of the
Legislative Council at the Council Chmniber, Kingsto-wn, on Thursday, 7th
July, 1965, at 10.CO a.m.
A cordial invitation to attend is extendled to the General Public.
28th June, 1955.
(A. 1/1949 II.)

No. 267
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND .\ :Q ibITOC.f ORDINANCE
(No. 22 of 1946)
AND
IN THE MATTER of the acquisition by the Gov--ernor in Council of a parcel of
land at Paget Farm, in the island oi 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 rand others.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION.
(SECOND PUBLICATION).
WEREAS it was decided by the Governor in Council that 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 roa d, 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;














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY. 28 JUNE, 1955.-(No. 39).


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
Pearlin Ollivierre

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

No. 268.
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 certain
parcels of land at Derrick in the Island of Bequla in the Parish of the
Grenadines, St. Vincent containing the areas shown in the Schedule hereto.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION.
(SECOND PUBLICATION).
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 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 194C 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, TUESDAY, 28 JUNE, 1955.-(No. 39).


DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION.

(SECOND PUBLICATION).

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 3245 sq. ft.
,, ,, Eugenia Rector 353 sq. ft.

By Command,

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



No. 270.
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 Yambou in the Parish of Charlotte in the Island of St. Vincent
containing the areas shown in the Schedule hereto.


DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION.

(SECOND PUBLICATION).

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 protection of the Yambou Road;
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.
Parzsh Location Name of Owner Area acquired
Charlotte Yambou Edwin Bacchus 1 ac.. 0 r., 25 p.
.. Ezekiel Jackson 0 ac., 1 r., 01 p.
By Command,

A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Government Secretary.
2'1st June, 1955.













SAINI' VINCKNT, TUESDAY, 28 JUNE, 1955.-(No. 39).


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 oin 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. 284. No. 287.
PROBATIONARY APPOINTMENT. I CATEAUBELAIR TOWN BOARD.

His Excellency the Acting Governor, With reference to Gazette Notice No.
with the approval of the Secretary of 217 of 17th May, 1955, the results of
State, has been pleased to appoint Dr. the Poll held on 13th June, 1955, in
M. F. X. SLATTERY, M.B., B.Ch., M.D., respect of elections to the Chateaubelair
B.A., M.A., as Senior Medical Officer, 'own Board are as follows:-
St. Vincent, on probation for eighteen Gr'nville Dennie -- 45 votes
months with effect from 24th May, James Gordon -- 40
1955. Florence James -- 32
2. Dr. SLATTERY arrived in the Col- Isola Marshall -- 29
ony on 6Lh June, 1955. Owen Stephens -- 19
28th June, 1955. Spoilt -- 3 ,,
(P. F 786). Consequiteni on the above. the under-
( 6--- mentioned persons will serve as mem-
No. 285. bers of the Ch:iteaubelair Town Board
APPOINTMENTS. with effect from 13th June, 1955, and
I for tit) remainder of the 1955/56 term.
MARRIAGE OFFICER. Elected
Grenville Deiinie, Esquire,
The Reverend DONALD TODD for the .Jamnes Gordon, Esquii:e,
whole Colony with effect from 28th Mrs. Florence James,
June. 1955. Miss Isola Marshall.
28th June, 1955. Nominated by Government
(J. 22/195t). Reverend Ross Fowkes,
Jonathan A. Tucker, Esquire.
No. 286. 28th June, 1955.
STrAM'P ViNDOR. (A. 911949).

Mrs. VIVA BOATSWAIN of Prospect1 No. 288.
has been appointed a licensed Stamp LEGISLATION.
Vendor for the year 1955.
28th June, 1955. The following Documents are pub-
(Q. 1511948). lished with this issue of the Gazette:-













SAINT VINGENT, TUESDAY, 28 JUNE, 1955.-(No. 39).


S.R. & 0. No. 22.-The Telephone medical fitness and to satisfactory ser-
(Amendment) Regulations, 1955. vice during a probationary period of
(P, 4111947 (A)). one year, but the successful candidate
could if she so preferred, be appointed
S.R. & 0. No. 23.-The Kingstown on a three-year contract in which case
Board (Market) By-Laws, 1955. she would be granted, on the satisfac-
(J. 5/39/1940). tory conclusion of her period of contract
service, a gratuity calculated at the rate
S.R. & 0. No. 24.-The Saint Vincent of 25% of basic salary for each complet-
Banana Association Limited ed period of three months service in-
(Cessation of Powers) Notice, eluding approved leave.
1955. 6. The successful candidate will be
(B. 321950). subject on appointment to the Colonial
Regulations and to local General Orders
S.R. & 0. No. 25.-Villa Airport and instructions in force for the time
(Amendment) Regulations, 1955. being in so far as they are applicable.
(J. 14/1944). 7. Vacation leave (for both pension-
able" and "contract" staff) is earn-
S.R. & 0. No. 26.-Proclaiming the ed at the rate of five days for each
Hydro-Electric Ordinance, 1951, completed month of resident service )p
that the repeal of the said Ordin- to a maximum of six months, subject
ances shall become effective on to a minimum tour of two years resi-
the 1st day of July, 1955. dent service.
(P. 2/1951). A pensionable appointee would be
28th June, 1955. eligible for "assisted passages" when
travelling to and from leave, subject to
the provision of funds annually by the
No. 279. Legislative Council and to the require-
VACANT POSTS. ments of the Public Officers Leave
(Passage) Regulations.
VACANCIES FOR MISTRESSES, BISHOP'S If recruited from overseas, the Mis-
HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, BRITISH tress would be provided by Government
GUIANA. with a passage to British Guiana in
order to take up her appointment, and
Applicationsave invited from suitably if the appointment is on contract, with
qualified persons for appointment as a passage back to the place from which
Mistregses, Bishop's High School for she was recruited on the satisfactory
Girls, British Guiana. completion of her contract.
2. The duties are to teach two or 8. Applications should be auidressed
more of the subjects English. History, to the Headmistress, Bishop's High
Latin, French, chiefly in tire middle School for Girls.British Gninna, in time
school though there might be some to reach her not later than the 31st
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 ap- should be submitted).
pointed will be expected to take part in 21st June. 1955.
some of the extra curricular activities of
the school in addition to her teaching No. 289.
duties.
3. Candidates should possess a Bache- VACANT POST OF SANITARY SUPERIN-
lor of Arts degree either General or TENDENT ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
with Honours. A Teacher's Diploma --
or an equivalent qualification is desir- Applications are invited for the post
able but not essential. of Sanitary Superintenf nt in the Medi-
4. The successful candidate will be cal Department Saint Vincent. British
allowed a commencing salary within West Indies.
the scale 500 x 2'--625 per annum 2. Candidates must poskss.- the Suni-
appropriate to her experience and/or tary Inspectors Certificate of the Royal
qualifications; at present a temporary Sanitary Institute. '1 hey should have a
cost of living allowance at the rate of working knowledge of the construction
71. 17. 6. per annum is also payable. and Maintenance of small rural water
Some improvement in the emoluments supplies, drainage and the construction
may however be expected when Gov- of drains. They should also Ie able to
ernment takes a decision on the Report read building plarsand Ie familiar with
of the Salaries Commissioner, 1954. the construction of hou, Candidates
5. The appointment would normally should mention whether they have had
be pensionable subject to the candidate's experience in a Government or Munici-














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 JUNE, 1955.-(No. 39).


pal Health Department in the West annum, and the appointee will be re-
Indies. quired to keep a motor car. Government
3. The duties of the post include will be prepared to grant a loan, repay-
general supervision of the various able in five (5) years, to enable the
scavenging services and Sanitary appointee to purchase a car.
measures of the Colony; general main- 5. Quarters are not provided.
tenance of small rural water supplies; 6. Free passages for the appointee his
and checking building plans for rural wife and children (up to a maximum of
areas not under control of the Central five (5) persons) will be provided on
Housing and Planning Authority. appointment.
All diwies will be p-rformed under 7. Applications, which should be
the direction of the Senior Medical addressed to the Secretary of the Public
Officer. Service Commission, Government Office,
4. The salary of the post. which is Grenada, should be forwarded through
pensionable. is in thie scale $2304 x $96- the Director of Agriculture of the terri-
$2784. Tranqsort allowance for the tory in which the aplicaiit is domiciled,
maintenance of a motor car for the and should state age, qualifications and
performance of official duties will be experience, marital status and number
paid at approved local rates, of children, if any, present and past
5. Quartersarenotprovided. Govern- employment, present salary and the
ment officials are Fable to taxation minimum salary at which the applicant
imposed by local enactments. would be prepared to accept appoint-
6. Applicationsaccompaniedbycopies ment. The appointee will be expected
of rec-nt testimonials (preferably from to assume duty immediately upon
Public Health Officers)should be address- appointment.
ed to the Senior Medical Officer, Saint S. The appointee will be subject to
Vincent, and should be submitted to the Colonial Regulations and the General
reach him not latbr than 31st July. 1955. Orders in force in the Colony.
20th .Tune, 1955. 9. Applications should reach the
Secretary of the Public Service Com-
No. 290. mission, Grenada not later than 15th
STuly, 1955 and should be accompanied
POST OF AGRICULTURAL ASSISTANT by two testimonials of recent date.
(PLANT PROTECTION) GRENADA,
B. I. By Command,
A T Q A UEfTT'TT


Applications are invited for the post
of Agricultural Assistant (Plant Protec-
tion) in the Department of Agriculture,
Grenada, B. W. I.
2. The post which carries a salary
scale of $2016 x $96-$2400 x $120-$2880.
is pensionable. Consideration will be
given to appointment of a candidate at
a salary in excess of the minimum if
the qu lifications and experience of the
candidate or other circumstances justify
such a course.
3. The successful candidate will be
required to supervise and direct the
department's programme for the control
of Plant dliselas-s and pests incinding
Witches' Broom disease of coco:i and
Leafspot disease of bananas. Consider-
able practical experience in leafspot
disease control is of particular imlport-
ance and applicants should state in
detail their experience in this direction.
Minimum qualification for the post is
the diploma of the Jamaica Society of
Agriculture or its equivalent. The
appointee may be required to undertake
a short course of training in the control
of Witches' Broom Disease at Govern-
ment expense.
4. The post carries a travelling allow-
ance at present at the rate of $1440 per


\. j. J. 1 j
Acting Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
28th June, 1955.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

REGISTRATION OF MEDICAL PRACTI-
TIONER.

The following name has this day been
added to the Medical Register:-
MOITIMER FRANCIS XAVIER SLAT-
TERY, M.A., M.D., B.Ch. B.A.O., M.B.
A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting M.iedical i 1, / r. ,.
28th June, 1955.
(M. 30/1939).

POLICE NOTICE.

RADIO LICENCE FEE.

The attention of the general public is
drawn to Section 2 of S.R. & 0. No. 84
of 1949 with respect to the payment of
Radio Licence Fees.














T VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 JUNE, 1955.-(No. 39).


It appears that a number of persons SAINT VINCENT.
are of the opinion that the licence fee
has been waived. This. howev,.r. is in- CHNTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING
.. .. -. ... ...-1:_ .. II "t. .' a IT H OR ITV


correct andi proceedings will be insti-
tuted against persons defaulting.
S. A. ANDERSON. Lt.-Col.,
Licensing Authority.
22nd June, 1955.


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE CIR-
CULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1st JUNE. 1955.

Average Circulation during
April, 1955 :-
Br. Caribbean Cur-
rency Notes ...$54,352.092.00
Demonetized Govt.
notes (outstanding)... 1,482,001.00


British Caribbean Cur-
rency Notes in circu-
lation on 1st June,
1955:-
Trinidad & Tobago
(including Mont-
serrat) ...
Barbados ...
British Guiana ...
Grenada ...
St. Vincent ...
St. Lucia ...
Dominica ...
Antigua ...
St. Kitts ...


$55,834,093.00






$27,497.0,15.00
5,680,625.00
13,847,211.50
1,866,100.00
529,400.00
934,000.00
1,038,400.00
1,544,300.00
1,477,500.00


Total Pritish Caribbean
Currency Notes ... $54,401,551.50


Demonetized Trini-
dad & Tobago Govt.
notes outstand-
ing ...
Demonetized Brit-
ish Guiana Govt.
notes outstand-
ing ..
Demonetized Bar-
bados Govt. notes
outstanding ...

Total Government notes
outstanding ...


$ 979,3.90.00



348,208.50


94,942.00


$1,422,540.50


Total circulation
on 1st June. 1955 ... $55,827,092.00

L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency
Board.
BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY
BOARD,
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
PORT-OF-SPAIN,
TRINIDAD, B.W.I.,


RESOLUTION giving notice of a
decision to prepare a Housing Scheme
on a portion of Sans Souci Estate sit-
iated in the Parish of Charlotte and to
declare thp area a Housing area.

SECTION 14 OF THE SLUM CLEARANCE
AND HOUSING ORDTNAN E No. 1 OF 1946

The following R-solution which was
passed at a meeting of the Central
Housing and Planning Authority
held on the 31st May, 1955, is pub-
lished for general information.

RESOLUTION.
BE IT RESOLVED AND IT IS
HEREBY RESOLVED that the Cen-
tral Housing and Planning Authority
have this 31st day of May, 1955, de-
cided to prepare a scheme under the
provision of 8eci.ion 14 of the Slum
Clearance and Housing Ordinance, No.
1 of 1946 for-
All that parcel of land lying in the
Parish of Charlotte and being a portion
of Sans Souci Estate known as Mt. Gren-
nan, measuring 8 aes. 2 rd. 1 pl. and
bounded on the North by lands of Sans
Sonci Estate. on the West by lands of
Wilmoth Hadaway and Vincent Sim.,
and on the East by lands of Austin
Richards and a Road and on the South
by lands of Edward Williams. A Plan
of the portion of lInd bearing Survey
Order No. 36f54 can be seen at the
Office of the Crown Snrveyor and at the
Office of the Central Housing and Plan-
ning Authority.

B. R. NEEHALL,
Secretary,
Central Housing & Planning
Authority.


PUBLIC WORKS NOTICE.

T'ho following articles will be put up
for sale by pnhblic actionn on Wednes-
day, 29th June, 1955 at, the Public
Works Depot, Arnos Vale:-
1 only Electric Motor 10 H.P., 400
Volts
1 ,, Fan Motor 1 5"
1 ,. Slip Ring Motor 30 H.P.,
1 ,, Squirrel Cage Induction Mo-
tor
1 ., 1 H.P. Motor. 400 Volts
I ,, Pulley complete with Motor













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 JUNE, 1955.-(No. 39).


1 only Starter for 10 H.P. Motors
9 ,. 60 amps. solid Neutral Switch-
es
1 ,, 100 amps. 3 phase switch
1 ,, Portable Vice stand. and a
number of second hand
tyres.

2. These articles may be seen at the
Arnos Vale Compound any working day
between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 2.00
p.m., except on Wednesdays when the
hours will he between 9.00 a.m. ;and
nooln.

R. G. SMITH.
Superintendent of Works.


Public Works Department.
Kingstown,
28th June, 1955.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

CAMDEN PARK EXPERIMENT
STATION.

MANGO AND CITRUS PLANTS FOR
SALE.

There are available for sale 80 mango
plants-Julie, Ceylon and Imperial
(Banfield) and 250 budded citrus plants
-Parson Brown. Lue Gim Gong, Wash-
ington Navel and Valencia oranges and
marsh seedless grapefruit at 60c. each.
Orders should be placed with the
Officer-in-Charge. Camden Park Exper-
iment Station or Agricultural Officer,
Head Office. Kingstown.
-HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Ag. Superintendent of Agriculture.
16th June, 1955.


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.


LAND AND HOUSE TAX OFFICE.


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 1 p.m. on Saturday 9th July, 1955,
at ithe Treanury, Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.

A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Colonial Treasurer.
Treasu ry Chambers,
Saint Vincent,
17th June, 1935.


Name of Owner.

Adams, Melvins
Billinghurs', Ernest
Carr, J,,in
Charles, )Donald
Edwards-, Lisle T.
Edwards, McDougai
Fraser, Mazaline
Gordon, Ge,,rgina
Grant, ElIton
Ha.milton;, Roy
Haywood, Augustus
Haynes, James A.
John, F. Hazell
Howard, Luther
Iiish, Mahalia
Jessop, J.:'son0
Moses, :enry
Myers, Jnmes
Slater, Lennox.


Situation of
Property
Buccamoent, iay
Montrose
do
('ane Grove
Montrose
do
do
Vermont
Bu-canient Bay
>' ontrose
do
Buccament
Mo0ntose
do
Vermont
Queensbury
Vermont
)iubois
Vermmnt


Description of Property

3 rods
1 House Spot
1 [louse
1 rd. 5.9 p0
I House and 1 rd. 13 po.
1 House & 1 House Spot
1 House & 1 House Spot
1 House
1 H house
1 House Spot
1 House ,'pot
1 House
1 House & 1 House Spot
I House
1 House
1 HouFe
1 House
1 House Spot
1 House.













SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY. 28 JUNE,. 1955.-(No. 39).


CUSTOMS NOTICES.

By authority of S-.ti ion 27 Cap. 183 of the Customs Ordinance, the u;eirn mentioned goods will be sollI
Iy Public Auction on Wednesda!/, 6Lih July, 1955, unless dinlv -leired or re-warehoused.


17th June, 1955.


No. I WARi HOUSE.


A. D. W. JOiHNSON,
Afr (olonial Treasurer.


Date Ware-
housed


Ship


3. 5. 54 I aerwood
3 12. 53 Cloudiii S.
;6. I 64 E M. Tit.. nis
0. 2. 54 lyvdiii Adiina
3. ;k. 5->* D).1erwol iid
0. 3. 54 Nina
5. 1. 53 Hel-Queen

.0. 2. 52 Nina
9. 3. 54 C. LM.l, Tannis
2. 4. 54 Forest-r

1. 5. 54 Schie

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


Consiglnee

A ,. Fordo
J. H. Haaell
,. JI, t-[az,.]!
(. R. Wailhi.n
G. \. }Ff \V. .1. A .lott
Order

.1. II. Hazell
.1. H. liazell

Corea & Co. Ltd.

.. H. Hazell
C'orea & (Jo. Ltd.

Corea & Co. Ltd.


Marks & Nos.
Ab.,ott
PH V
V & C
t" V .'
0 l) i'
A 0 S 4467
Greni:t< ai
Add
NM
IIt. J.
Shell 1623
20/20/123 Lub.
N/M

D H L
N/M


CH S
B B


Quantity & Descrip-
tion
1 Buinle
1 Iiiiidle

I 1in
1 ukgl
1 Um


Bales
Piece
Case
Ctnl


1 Piece

1 Case
1 Sack

2 Only


Declared Contents
Iron Bars
1Buckets
Milk
Lard
Merrha ndise
Milk Stout

Bags
Machinery
Merchandise
Lub. Oil

Spun Cast Iron
Soil Pipe
Tale Powder
Feed

Anchors


Date Ware-
housed.


Ship


Dec. 7/58 Orion
Dec. 7/53 Ino


Jan. 13/54

Feb. 2/54

Jan. 5/54

April 5/54


Hav

Daerwood

Cloudia S.

Wonderful-
Counsellor


do.



do.

do.

May 12/54 Archangelos


No. 2 WAREHOUSE.

Consignee Marks & Nos.


E. M. Edwards
Corea & Co. Ltd.

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

John H. Hazell
Sons & Co. Ltd.

do.


do.



do.

do.

John H. Hazell
Sons & Co. Ltd.


E M E
W. J. A.
No. 531501

E. K. No. 1054
Charlie
Sutherland

B. St. Vincent

J. A. Charles
& Oarasco
St. Lucia
Dominica Dis-
pensary-
A A B, F. D.
Roseau
DD C.
Roseau
N/M

S. S. Manderville
Kingstown


Quantity & Des-
cription

1 only

I parcel

1 ctn.

1 case

I tin



58 loose



14 ctns.

13 ctns.
I drum &
5 tins

I roll


Declared Contents
Empty Drums

Merchandise

Cotton pee. Goods

Merchandise

Biscuits



Tyres



Saxa Salt

Oats

Merchandise

Wire Mesh


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


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

29. 12. 53 6. 1. 54

16. 6. 54 26. 6. 54

4. 4 54 12. 4. 54


Conveyanoe
l']ane


Consignee
J. H. Hazell


Jenkins Roberts E. A. Banfield


Blue Star


Plane


J. H. Hazell


Marks


Description of
Goods


J. H. Hazell 1 Pkge Printing
Block
Martha Bablb 1 Carton Mer-
chandise
N/M 1 tin Kerosene oil
(leaked)
J. H. H{azell 1 Package Print-
ing Block.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINOSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
rPrice 24 cents.]








SAINT VINCENT. L ULq

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDER]

1955, No. 2,2. "j 2> u3 ij



TELEPHONE (AMENDItENT) REGULATE


(Gazetted 28th June, 1965).


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Telephone
(Amendment) Regulations, 1955, and shall be read as one with the Telephone
Regulations, (S. R. & 0. 1941, No. 59) (hereinafter referred to as the principal
Regulations) and all amendments thereto.

2. Amendment of Regulation 17. Regulation 17 of the principal
Regulations is hereby amended by deleting the full stop at -the end thereof
and adding the following:-j
(a) for removal from one building to another ...... ...... ...... $6.00
(b) for removal from one office to another in the same
building ...... .... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... 4.00
(c) for removal from one room to another in .the same house 3.00
(d) for removal from one place to another in the same room
or office ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .. ...... 2.00

3. Commencement. These Regulations shall be deemed to have come
into force on the 1st day of June, 1955.


Made by the Governor in Council under section 12 of the Telephone Ordin-
ance, Cap. 146, this 17th day of June, 1955.

F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(P. 41/1947 (A)).


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


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SAINT VINCENT. OL

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS, f

1955, No. 23. 26


KINGSTOWN BOARD (MARKET) BY-LAW

(Gazetted 28th June 1955).

1. Short title. These By-Laws may be cited as the Kingstown Board
(Market) By-Laws, 1955.

2. Interpretation. In these By-Laws, unless the context otherwise
requires-
"Agent of the Board" means the Warden, any Officer, or Servant of the
Board, or any Constable;
"Board" means the Kingstown Board;,
"Butcher" means any man who carries on the trade of a butcher and
who sells meat in a stall rented from the Board: i
"Butcher's Assistant" means any person who helps in the selling of
meat or otherwise, in a stall of the Meat Market on behalf of a .butcher;
"Constable" means a Police, or Rural Constable;
"Disposal" means sale, barter, offering, or exposing for sale or barter,
or causing to be offered or exposed for sale or barter;
"Disposal of" means sell, barter, or offer or expose for sale or barter,
or cause to be sold, bartered or offered or exposed for sale or barter;
"Dog" means' a dog of either sex or any age;
"Fish" means any kind of fish other than shell fish;
"Food" includes every article used for food or drinkkby man or beast;
"Goods" means .and includes merchandise of every description other
than produce; *
"Huckster" means any person who in any street or public place in
Kingstown and within one mile of the boundaries of the said Town shall
carry for disposal or dispose of any goods, save and except vendors solely
of produce;
"Loiterer" includes any person in, or about the market-
(a) For any idle, lewd, vicious, or disorderly purpose; or
(b) Otherwise than in the regular performance, or in pursu-
ance, of some lawful calling or object; or
(c) To the annoyance or obstruction of any person therein; or
(d) Who does not leave the market when lawfully required so
to do by any agent of the Boardc; or
(e) Who, not having any authority to remain there, fails to
quit the market at the hour of closing; or Who is found therein after
such hour;








"Market" means the square opposite the Court House in Kingstown
included within Bedford Street orn the North, Grenville Street on the East,
Hillsboro Street on the South and extending to the Sea-Beach on the West
as .far as low water mark, and shall include the Vegetable Market, Fish
and Meat, Markets,' the Slaughter House and all buildings, premises, sheds,
pavements, steps and approaches thereto, counters, squares, stalls, stands
and tables used or to be used by the Board for market purposes, within-
thlk said area;
"Market Clerk" means any person appointed by 'the Board as such, and
shall include any duly authorised person acting in his place;
"Meat" includes-the flesh, bones, heart, liver, lungs, tripe, or any part
whatsoever of the carcase, whether the same be fresh, corned, salted or
otherwise, of any pig, or (the hide, horns and hoofs excepted) of any
bull, ox, steer, cow, heifer, calf, goat, kid, sheep, or lamb;
"Bassage-way" means such open space in the Vegetable and Fish and
Meat Markets behind stalls or stands appointed for the use only of sellers
in going to or from, or while attending at, their stalls or stands;
"Produce" means and includes ground provisions, onions, potatoes,
starch, farine, peanuts, breadfruit, sugar cane, fruit and every article of
food found, produced or grown in this or any other West Indian Island;
"Public Place" includes the Kingstown Rivers and the banks thereof,
or any wharf, road, street, side-walk, promenade, square, or other place
whatsoever appropriated or dedicated to the use of the public;
"Refuse" includes animal refuse, blood, offal, dirt, leavings, filth, shav-
ings, sawdust, broken bottles, and debris of any kind or description what-
soever;
"Seller" when used in connection with the expression 'stall' shall include
one assistant, and when used in connection with the expressions 'stand'
or 'square' shall include a substitute;
"Stall", "Stand", "Square", "Space", "Tables", "Counter", mean respec-
tively such place in the market as may from time to time be appointed
as such;
"Town" means the 'Bown of Kingstown;
"Warden" means the Warden of Kingstown and shall include any duly
authorised person acting for the Warden;
"Walk" means such open place in the Vegetable and Fisb and Meat
Markets between stalls or stands, or between the sides of the buildings and
stalls or stands, for the use of buyers and other .persons.

3. Opening of Market. The Market shall be open to the public as
under:
On Vegetable and Meat Markets from
Saturday 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.;
Fish Market from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
On
Sunday, Bank Holidays, and days Vegetable, Fish and Meat Markets
proclaimed Public Holidays from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m.;
On
Other Week-days Vegetable and Meat Markets from
6.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.;


on
Other Week-days


Fish Market from 6.30 a.m. to 6 p.m.






4. Closing of Market. With respect to the closing of the market,
one notice bell shall be rung, one half hour before the closing thereof, and a
closing bell 'at the closing hour when every person shall forthwith leave the
market except such persons as may be authorised by the B.oard to remain
there.

5. Market Clerk. The Market Clerk shall be appointed by the
Board: Provided that in the.case of his sickness, or absence on leave, the
Warden, with the approval of the Chairman of the BQard, shall appoint some
person 'to perform the duties of his office temporarily, pending an appoint-
ment by the Board.

6. General Duties of Market Clerk. The Market Clerk shall:-
(a) Be subject to the directions of the Warden;
(b) Have the general superintendence and charge of the market, and shall
be responsible for the due and proper management thereof;
(c). Attend at the market during the hours that the same shall be open;
(d) Attend the slaughter house at such times and under such conditions
as may be fixed by such rules as the Board may make from time to
time for the regulation of the slaughter house and with respect to
the slaughtering of animals;
(e) Inspect and cause to be verified all scales, weights, and measures, of
any description whatsoever, used in the market, and shall see that the
same are in conformity with the standard;
(f) Keep a correct list and account of all property delivered to him for
the use of the market, and be responsible for the same;
(g) Make up and enter into books every day an account, under distinct
and separate heads, of all his receipts for such day;
(h) Keep such other books as may be necessary for a proper record of
the transactions of his office;
(i) Pay into the Board's Office all sums he may have in hand every day
not being a Sunday, Bank Holiday, or day proclaimed a Public Holiday,
not later than 11 a.m.;
(j) Produce his books, or any property under his charge, whenever called
upon so to do by the Warden, and shall give to the Warden all such
information as he may require in respect of such books and property;
(k) Make a monthly report of the working of the market to the Warden
who shall submit the information to the Board.

7. General Powers of Market Clerk. The Market Clerk may
arrest or eject from the market, provided that such ejectment shall not be a
bar to any subsequent criminal proceedings, or cause to be arrested or ejected
from the market by any constable, servant of the Board or other person:-
(a) Any disorderly person, or person acting indecently, or person dirtily
or indecently dressed, or using obscene, abusive, or insulting language,
or swearing, or behaving in a manner calculated to disturb the peace
of the market;
() Any person contravening these By-laws;
) Ay person afflicted with leprosy,. yaws, sores, or any loathsome dis-
ease whatsoever.








8. Inspection of Books. The Warden shall inspect the books men-
tioned in paragraph (g) of Section 6 of this By-law, once a day at least in
such a manner and at such times as may be convenient to him.

9. Payment of Slaughter House Dues. Every person for whom
is slaughtered any of the animals mentioned in the First Schedule to these
By-Laws shall, after the meat or turtle ij weighed and before it is removed
from the slaughter-house, pay to the Market Clerk slaughter-house dues, in
respect thereto, at the rate specified in the said Schedule.

10. Receipt. The Market Clerk, shall, on receipt of such sums. as' he
shall be entitled to claim for slaughter-house dues give a receipt, in this By-law
called a Slaughter-house dues receipt, for the same.

11. Ticket Dues-Sale in Town. No person shall dispose of any
produce in the Town until after such produce has been brought to the -market,
and market dues referred to in the Second Schedule to these By-laws have been
paid in respect thereto.

12. Possession of Market Ticket. '(1) No person shall dispose of
any produce in the Town except at his own store, shop, or residence, without
having in his possession a market ticket obtained in respect thereto.
(2) Every person disposing of produce in the Town, except at his own store,
shop, or residence, shall produce his market ticket to any agent of the Board,
immediately on being required so to do.

13. Sale in Market. Every person who brings any produce to the mar-
ket for disposal, shall, on each, occasion of his so doing, pay in advance to the
Market Clerk, Market Dues, in this By-law called Ticket Dues, in respect theie-
to, at the rate specified in the Second Schedule to these By-laws.

14. Market Ticket. The Market Clerk shall, on receipt of such
sums as he shall be entitled, to claim for ticket dues under the Second Sched-
ule to these By-laws give a ticket, in this By-law called a market ticket, for
the same.

15. Rights of Ticket Holders. Every market ticket shall entitle
the holder--
(a) To the use of a stand or square ..n the market until the closing there-
of on the day of issue; or
(b) To dispose of such produce in any part of the Town outside 'the.
market during that day: Provided that such ticket shall not entitle
him after he has once left. the market with such produce to use
again any stand or square in te market without further payment.

16. Stand Dues for Period longer than one day. Every person,
who desires to use a stand for a longer period than one day, shall,'before using
such stand, pay to the Market Clerk Market 'Dues, in this By-law called Stand
Dues, in respect thereto, at the rate specified in the Second Schedule to- these
By-laws.





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17. Stand Dues Receipt. The Market Clerk shall, on receipt 6f such
sums as he shall be entitled to claim for Stand Dues under the Second Sched-
ule to these By-laws, give a receipt, in this By-law called a Stand-Dues Receipt,
for the same.

18. Contents of Receipt. (1) Every Stand-Dues Receipt shall state:-
(a) The name of the person on whose behalf it has been applied for;
(b) The amount for which it has been issued;
(c) The number of the stand in respect of which it is issued;
(d) The period during which such stand is to be used.
(2) Every Stand-Dues receipt shall entitle the person mentioned therein
to use the stand designated therein during the period stated therein and not
otherwise.

19. Stall Dues-Use of Stall. (1) Every person being a butcher or
fish vendor who desires to use a stall shall, before using such stall-
(a) Apply in writing to the Warden for the use of a Stall;
(b) Pay at the Board's Office the Stall Dues in respect therete at the rate
specified in the Second Schedule to these By-laws;
(c) Receive a Stall Dues Receipt.
(2) Every Stall-Dues Receipt shall entitle the person mentioned therein
to use the stall designated therein during the period stated therein and not
otherwise.
(3) Every Stall-Dues Receipt shall be :;or the current calendar month:
Provided a person if he so desires may pay dues for a quarter or half year in
advance.

20. Renewal, Every penon using a stall, who desires to continue
using the same for a further period, shall:-
(a) Apply in writing to the Warden for such further period-three days at
least, before the expiration of the period during which his use is to con-
tinue; and
(b) Obtain from the Board's Office his receipt for the said stall, on, or before,
the first day of the ensuing month; otherwise such stall may be granted
to another applicant.

21. Production of Receipt. No person shall use a stall:-
(a) Without having previously paid for and obtained a Stall-Dues Re-
ceipt therefore; or
(b) Before producing his Stall-Dues Receipt to the Market Clerk; or
(e) After the expiration of the period mentioned in any Stall-Dues Re-
ceipt issued in respect of such stall.

22. Sale of Animals. No person ,hall dispose of or expose for sale
any live-stock or turtle in any street or in any public place in Kingstown or
within one mile of the limits thereof other than in the Market, or other place
approved by the Board, provided that nothing herein contained snall extend




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to prevent any person from disposing of any live-stock privately or in the
course of any auction of general effects.

23. Payment of DueO. Every person, who desires to dispose of any
live-stock or turtle shall pay to the Market Clerk Market Dues, in this By-law
called Animal Dues, in respect thereto, at the rate specified in the Third Sched-
ule to these By-laws.

24. Animal Dues Receipt. '11he Market Clerk shall, on receipt of
such sums as he shall be entitled to claim for animal dues under the Third
Schedule to these By-Laws, give a receipt, called an Animal-Dues Receipt, for
the same.

25. Sale of Charcoal. No person shall dispose of any charcoal in
the Town until after such charcoal has been brought to the Market, and mar-
ket dues have been paid in respect thereto.

26. Payment of Dues. Every person, who brings any charcoal to
the market shall pay in advance to the Market Clerk Market Dues, in this By-
law called Charcoal Dues, in respect thereto, at the rates specified in the Fourth
Schedule to these By-laws.

27. Charcoal Ticket. The Market Clerk shall, on receipt of such
sums as he shall be entitled to claim for Charcoal Dues under the Fourth Sched-
ule to these By-laws give a ticket, in this By-law called a Charcoal Ticket, for
the same.
*
28. Rights Qf Ticket Holders. Every Charcoal. Ticket shall en-
title the holder to introduce into that part of the market appointed for disposal
of charcoal in original packages one package of charcoal, the contents of
which shall not exceed 7 "pans", and to dispose of same as an original package.

29. Production of Ticket. (1) Every person, who carries away any
original package of charcoal from the market, shall have in his possession
while carrying the same in the Town, the Charcoal Ticket given in respect
thereto.
(2) Every person shall produce such ticket to any agent of the Board
immediately on his being required so to do.

30. Sale in Town. No person shall dispose of any Charcoal in the
Town, except at his own store, shop, or residence, without having in nis pos-
session a Charcoal or Market Ticket obtained in respect thereto.

31. Sale otherwise than in original package. Every person
who desires to dispose of charcoal in the market otherwise than as an original
package shall-
(a) pay Ticket Dues in respect thereto as provided in the Second Sched-
ule to these By-laws;





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(b) be entitled to receive a Market Ticket for the same as provided .in
the Second Schedule to these By-laws; and
(c) be entitled by virtue of such ticket-
(i) to the use of a square in that part of the market appointed for
the sale of charcoal, until the closing of the market, on the day
of issue of such ticket; or
(ii) to dispose of puch charcoal in any part of the Town outside the
market durifig that day: Provided that such ticket shall not
entitle him after he has once left the market with such char-
coal to use again any such square in the market without fur-
ther payment.

32. Huckster's Licence. No person shall be a "Huckster" until
after the licence fee as specified in the Fifth Schedule to these By-laws has been
paid at the Board's" Office.

33. lBights of Licensee. Every such licence shall entitle the person
mentioned therein to be ,a "Huckster" during the period stated therein and not
otherwise.

34. Fees payable. by Wholesalers. (1) All persons bringing pro-
duce, or wood from other parts of the Colony, for disposal in the Town by bags,
barrels, bunches or in quantities from boats, vessels, launches or other craft
or from carts or other vehicles or from animals, shall pay the fees specified
in the "Fourth Schedule to these By-laws.
(2) It shall be the duty of every person to make the required payment
to the Market Clerk before any such article is disposed of.

35. Duties of Servants of the Board. No Officer or servant of
the Board, shall be interested in any manner in-
(a) the disposal of slaughtered animals; or
Pb) the disposal of the meat of such animal; or
(c) the disposal of any fish, or turtle brought to the market.

36. Licence for Slaughter. No person shall, without the written
permission of the Warden-
(a) Slaughter, or cause to be slaughtered, in the Town, or within one mile
thereof, any of the animals mentioned in the First Schedule to these
By-laws, except a slaughter-man licensed by the Board who shall
slaughter the same at the Board's Slaughter House;
(b) take any meat or turtle from the Board's Slaughter Holise elsewhere
than to the Stalls.

37. Bringing Meat etc. within Town Limits. (1) No person shall
bring or cause to be brought into the Town or within one mile thereof for dis-
posal any meat or turtle slaughtered elsewhere than at trle Boar 's Slaughter.
House.
(2) Sale within limits. No person shall dispose of at any place in the Town,






or within one mile thereof, other than at the stalls licensed by the Board for
the purpose-
(a) Any meat other than at a meat stall:
Provided that-
(i) Imported meat other than fresh mea', may be disposed of in
shops and stores;
(ii) Whalemeat may be sold elsewhere in the market as determined
by the Warden or Market Clerk.
(b) Any turtle other than at a meat, or fish stall;
(c) Any description of fish other than at, a lish stall: Provided that-
(iD Imported fish other than fresh fish, may be disposed of in
shops and stores;
(ii) corned fish or Black Fish may be sold elsewhere in ibe market
as determined by the Warden or Market Clerk.

38. Dress of Vendors., Every seller of meat, turtle, or fish shall be
cleanly dressed and wear a clean apron.

39. Cleanliness of Helpers. Every person who carries meat. turtle,
or fish into the market, shall be cleanly dressed.

40. Blocks for chopping Meat etc. No person shall chop meat,
turtle, or fish, except on th# blocks provided for the purpose.

41. Licence for Butchers etc. (1) Every person who desires to be
a butcher, butcher's assistant, fish vendor or slaughterman shall:--
(a) Apply in writing to the Warden for a licence;
(b) forward a Medical Certificate of fitness along with such application;
(c) pay at the Board's Office the licence fee prescribed in the Fifth Sched-
ule to these By-laws;
(d) receive a receipt for same.
(2) Expiration of Certificate of Fitness. Medical Certificates of fitness
shall expire half-yearly on 30th June and 31st December in each year.

42. Butcher's Assistant subject to Regulations. A Butcher may
have an assistant to help in the sale of meat or otherwise and every such assist-
ant shall be subject to the regulations concerning butchers.


43. Beaching of boats, weighing etc. (a) Boats bringing cargoes
of fresh or corned fish intended for sale in the Town shall, on arrival, be beached
only on that portion of the sea frontage appointed for that purpose, and all such
fish shall be brought immediately to the Fish market.
(b) All fish, fresh, or corned, brought by launches, vessels, buses or other
vehicles, or otherwise and intended for sale in the Town shall be carried imme-
diately to the Fish Market.
(C) All Such fl8h Shall be weighed, and upon being weighed, the dues speci-
fied in the Sixth Schedule to these By-laws shall be forthwith paid to the Market
Clerk.




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44. Warden may refuse application for Stall. The Warden, or
the Market Clerk, may refuse any application for any. stall, stand, or square in
the market.

45. Use by one person. No stall, stand, or square shall be rented, or
used by more than one person at the same time.

46. Advertising. No person shall-
(a) Advertise his wares, or the prioe*thereof, at hiis stall, stand or square
in the market, otherwise than by means of labels, or placards;
(b) Leave his stall, stand, or square for the purpose of soliciting custom;
(c) use any counter in the market for the purpose of chopping;
(d) use any stall, stand. or square for any purpose other than that for
which it is appointed.

47. Cleanliness of Stall. Every seller shall-
(a) Before leaving the market for the day thoroughly cleanse to the sat-
isfaction of the Market Clerk his stall, stand or square as well as
his counter, tools and other trade appliances, and shall remove all
refuse therefrom and place the same in the receptacle. provided for
the purpose;
(b) keep his stall, stand, or square, and tools and all other trade appli-
ances in thorough cleanliness at all times.

48. Seller to remaih behind Stall. Every seller at a stall, stand,
or square shall remain in the seller's section behind such stall, stand, or square
while attending to the business of the same.

49. Goods to be in appointed place. All produce and goods
brought to the Market for disposal shall be deposited or placed only in those
parts of the Market appointed for the disposal of such, produce or goods.

50. Proper use of Stall. No person shall-
(a) At any time keep in any fish stall anything except fish, or turtle;
S(b) dispose of, at any fish stall, anything but fish or turtle;
(c) at any time keep in any meat sLall anything except meat, or turtle;
(d) dispose of, at any meat stall, anything but meat, or turtle;
(e) without the permission of the Warden or Market Clerk be in any
meat, or fish stall, except the seller and his assistant.

51. Liability of Licensee. The Licensee of every stall shall be lia-
ble for any offence committed in respect of such stall.

52. Termination of rental for Non-User. Should a butcher to
whom a stall is rented in the meat market not make use of such tall for the
sale of meat for seven consecutive dayo the Warden, unless he is satisfied
that failure to make use of the said stall was due to illness or to some other
sufficient cause may-






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(a) terminate the butcher's rental of the stall by seven days' notice in
writing, and
(b) inform the butcher in writing that his licence as a butcher is can-
celled, and his licence shall be deemed to be cancelled accordingly

53. Ticket Holder or substitute to occupy Stand. No person
other than the holder of a ticket for a stand or square, or his substitute, shall
occupy or use the same.

54. Production of Market Ticket. Every seller at a stand or
square shall produce his market ticket or receipt to any agent ol the Board
immediately on being required so to do.

55. Seller to keep within area. Every seller shall keep all pro-
duce belonging to him only on or under the counter of his stand, or within
the area of his square, and shall not exceed these prescribed limits.

56. Liability of Ticket Holder. Every ticket holder shall be
liable for any offence committed in respect of his stand or square.

57. Seizure by Market Officers. It shall be lawful for the Mar-
ket Clerk or other Market Officer to seize as forfeited-
(.a) Anything found on or about any stand or square where no ticket or
receipt is produced by any person in respect of such stand or square;
(b) anything found after the closing of the market on or about any stand'
not being a stand taken by the week or about any square;
(c) anything found at any time on any walks or passageways 'of the
market.

58. Sale and disposal of Proceeds. All articles seized, un ess
claimed within 24 hours after seizure, shall be disposed of by the Market Clerk and
the proceeds, if any, shall be paid into the Board.

59. Retail by weight. (1) Every article retailed by weight shall be
properly weighed and in all cases of dispute in respect of weight, the sellr
shall, if required so to do by the purchaser, cause the article about which such
dispute arises to be weighed in the presence of the Warden, Market Clerk or
other Market Officer.
(2) No person shall by any contrivance or device, or in any manner what-
ever, tamper with any scale, balance, beam or weight in the market whether
such scale, balance, beam, or weight be the property of, or in the possession
of, or under the control of, such person or not.

60. Seizure of Unwholesonm% Food. The Market Clerk shall keize
and detain all food in the market which, in his opinion, is of a bad or unwhole-
some quality and shall immediately summon an Officer of the Public Health
Department who shall determine what shall be done with the food in question.





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61. Discretion of Warden. Any person may, on payment of the dues
imposed by these By-laws and subject to the discretion of the Warden, dispose
of anything in the market which he is not permitted by these By-laws to dis-
pose of therein.

62. Discretion of Warden. No person resorting to the market as
buyer or seller, or otherwise shall at any time refuse, neglect or omit to comply
with any reasonable directions of the Warden, Market Clerk or other Market
Officer for the maintenance of order or regularity or for carrying any By-laws
into effect.

-63. Dogs prohibited. No person shall bring a dog, or permit any dog
to follow him into the market or attend or be with him in the market and it
shall be lawful for the Market Clerk or other Market Officer to eject or cause
to be ejected any dog found therein.

64. Board's decision final. The Warden shall have the power to sus-
pend or cancel the licence of any licensed person infringing these By-laws,
pending a meeting of the Board whose decision shall be final.

65. Miscellaneous Offences. No person shall-
(a) Advertise in any part of the market outside of any stall;
(b) Being a female go into, make use of, or be in any urinn.1 or latrine
provided for the use of males;
(c) Be a loiterer in, or about the market;
(d) Being a male go into, make use of, or be in any urinal or latrine
.provided for the use of females;
(e) Be in the market during the hours that the market is not open to
the public;
(f) Break, cut, pull down, destroy, remove, injure or spoil any part of
the Market;
(g) Commit a nuisance in, on, or at, any part of the Market;
(h) Dispose of, in any part of the market, anything other than that
which is allowed at such. part for the time being;
(i) Dispose of, in any part of the market not being a stall, stand, or
square any article whatsoever;
(j) Fight, or create, or cause to be created any row, riot, or disturb-
ance in the market;
(k) Introduce, dispose of, or consume, any wine, malt liquor, spirits
or intoxicants of any kind in the market;
(1) Light any fire in the market, or cook therein, except in such parts
thereof and under such conditions as may be from time to- time
pointed out and allowed by the Board;
(m) Post up any. bill, poster or placard on any part of the market build-
ing;
(n) Push, pull or carry any cart, hand cart or wheel-barrow into any
of the market buildings without the permission of the Warden or
Market Clerk;
(o) Remove refuse from any part of the market in such a manner as
to create a nuisance i the process of removal;




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(p) Sharpen any instrument on any part of the market structure;
(q) Sit or lie on any block, counter, table, or stand in the market, or
on the pavement thereof;
(r) Smoke or spit in the market;
(s) Solicit custom, or cause the same to be done in any part of the
market not being a stall, stand, or square;
(t) Throw any dirt, filth, rubbish; or litter in the market;
(u) Use any obscene, abusive, or insulting language, or swear, or other-
wise misbehave in the market;
(v) Use any urinal otherwise than -or the purpose' for which it is
intended;
(w) Without the consent of the Warden or Market Clerk, deposit, or
throw anything in or on, any part of the market not appointed for
disposal of goods;
(x) Without the permission of the Warden or Market Clerk" take and
carry out of the market water from the taps therein. '.

66. Non-Liability of the Board and of the Officers thereof.
Neither the Board nor any of the Officers or servants thereof shall be respon-
sible for the loss of or damage to any property left in the market.

67. Penalty. Every person who shall offend against any of the pro-
visions of the foregoing By-laws shall be liable for every such offence to a
penalty not exceeding forty-eight dollars.

68. Repeals. The By-laws made by the Kingstown Board on the 12th
September, 1944, and all amendments thereto, for regulating and controlling
the Market are hereby repealed.
FIRST SCHEDULE.

Slaughter House Dues.
For slaughtering every:
(a) Goat ...... ...... .. 364
(b) Sheep ...... ..... .. ...... 36
(c) Bull, -ox, steer, c,)w, Heifer
or calf ...... ...... ... ... at the rate of 504 per 10016.
(d) Pig ...... ..... ..... at the rate of 304 per 10016.
(e) Turtle ...... ..., ...... ...... at the rate of 804 per 1001b.
SECOND SCHEDULE.

Ticket Dues.
For every square or space 4 ft. square per day or part of a day ...... 64
For every stand per day or part of a day ...... ..... ...... ...... 6

Stand Dues.
For every stand per week or part of, a week ..... ...... ...... 3C






Stall Dues.
For every Fish Stall per month or part of a month
For every Meat Stall per month or part of a month

THIRD SCHEDULE.

Sale of Animals
For every:
Calf
Cattle-head of .....
D onkey .......... ...... ....
G oat ...... ....
Horses-above 14 hands ......
Horses-under 14 hands ......
M ule ...... ...... ...
P ig ...... ...... ... ...... ...... ...... ......
Sheep ...... .
T urtle ...... .... ....... ......


FOURTH SCHEDULE.

Produce and Wood Sold by Bags etc.


For every bag of, or part thereof-:
Charcoal-not exceeding 7 'pans'
Ground Provisions ...... ...... .
Peanuts ......
For every bunch of:
Bananas ......
Plantains ...... .
For every dozen of:
Coconuts ...... .
Citrus Fruit ...... .
Pears ....
Portuguese Yams ......
Other Fruits or Vegetables ...... ......
For every cord of wood ...... ...... .


...... .... ...... ...... .044
.. ...... ...... .064
... ...... ...... .064

...... ...... ..... ...... 044
.... ...... ...... .044

...... .... ...... .......024
...... ............044
...... ...... ...... ...... .044
...... .... ...... ...... .044
...... ... ...... ...... .02
...... ...... .124


FIFTH SCHEDULE.

Licences.


Butcher-per half-year
Butcher's Assistant-per half-year
Fish Vendor-per half-year
Huckster-per half-year
Slaughterman-per half-year


...... ...... ..... ...... ...... $ 2 .50
... ...... ...... ...... $2.00
........... $1.20
...... .. ...... ...... ...... $ 1.20
.964


$1.00
$3.00


484
$1.20
$1.00
244
$2J.0
$1.20
$2.00
.364
.364
.480







SIXTH SCHEDULE.


Fresh and Corned Fish:


Fish.
Fees are to be collected according to the following
rates on fresh and corned fish after being weighed
or, in special cases where the weighing of the fish is
impracticable, on the weight as estimated by the
Market Clerk, payable one-half by the fisherman,
seller or owner of the fish and one-half by the
licensed fish Vendor: Provided that if the vendor
is dissatisfied with the Market Clerk's estimate he
shall have the right to appeal to the Warden whose
decision shall be final:-


Amber Cavali, Black Jack, Dolphin, Green Back Cavali, Grou-
per, King Fish, Salm on ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 2, per 1b.
Blem, Mackerel, Red Fish, Rooter, Sod, Yellow Tail ...... ...... 1:4 ,,
Albacore, Barracuda, Bonita, Butter Fish, Gar, Hird, Horse-
eye Cavali, O cean G ar ...... ...... ...... ..... ...... ..... ...... 1
Goat Fish, Jack Fish (large), Margit, Pargee, Porpoise, Queen
Mullet, Skip Jack,, Ten Pounder, Whiting ...... ...... ...... ...... l ,, ,
Black Fish, W hale M eat ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 3/4
Anchovy, Ballahoo, Dodgers, Jack Fish-(small), Robin, Shark ,,
Spratt ...... ...... ...... ...... 1/5 .

Made by the Kingstown Board under Section 74 of the Kingstown Board
Ordinance (Chap. 209) this 12th day of October, 1954.

GEO. A. McINTOSH,
Chairman.

Confirmed by the Governor under Section 76 of the aforesaid Kingstown
Board Ordihance, this 6th day of June, 1955.

0. R. KELSICK,
Acting Administrator
(J. 5/39/1940).


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SAINT VINCE'

STATUTORY RUL bs AN

1955, N(. 24.


SAINT VINCENT BANANA ASSOCIATION LIMITED
(CESSATION OF POWERS) NOTICE.


(Gazetted 28th June. 1955),


1. Short title. This notice may be cited as the Saint Vincent Banana
Association Limited (Cessation of Powers) Notice, 1955.

2. Cessation of Powers of the Company. it is thereby notified
that .the Governor in Council in pursuance of the powers conferred upon him
by subsection. (2) of section 41 of the Banana Growers Association Ordinance,
1954 (No. 44 of 1954) doth hereby direct that the powers conferred upon the
Saint Vincent Banana Association Limited by the said Ordinance shall come
to an end on the 31st day of October, One thousand nine hundred and fifty-five.


Made by the Governor in Council under section 41 (2) of the Banana Grow-
ers Association Ordinance, 1954 (No, 44 of 1954) this 17th day of June. 1955.
F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Aeting Clerk of Executive Council.
(B. 32/1950).

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US ATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

'~ 1955, No. 25.



VILLA AIRPORT (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS.


(Gazetted 28th June, 1955).



1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Villa Airport
(Amendment) Regulations, 1955, and shall be read as one with the Villa Airport
Regulations, 1953, (S.R. & 0. 1953, No. 17) (hereinafter referred to as the prin-
cipal Regulations ).

2. Regulation 4 of principal Regulations amended. Regulation
4 of the principal Regulations is hereby amended oy inserting between the
words "or to" and the word "the" appearing in line 5 thereof the words "the
Chief of Police or".

3. Regulation 14 of principal Regulations' amended. Regulation
14 of the principal Regulations is hereby amended by deleting the words "Super-
intendent of Works" appearing in line 3 thereof and substituting therefore the
words "Chief of Police".


Made by the Governor in Council under section 8 of the Aerodromes iPro-
tection) Ordinance, 1950, (No. 1 of 19501 this 17th day of June, 1955.

F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(J. 14/1944).


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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1955, No. 26.


(Gazetted 28th June, 1955).


BY THE GOVERNOR.

A PROCLAMATION.

[ L.S. ]

0. R. KELSICK,
Acting Administrator.

WHEREAS it is enacted by section 24 of the Hydro-Electric Ordinance, 1951,
that the repeal of certain Ordinances mentioned therein shall only become
effective on such date as may be appointed by the Governor by proclamation
published in the Gazette:
AMD WHEREAS it is deemed expedient that the repeal of) the said Ordinances
shall become effective on the 1st day of July, One thousand nine hundred and
fifty-five:
Now THEREFORE I, OSMUND RANDOLPH KELSICK, the officer for the time being
administering the Government of the Colony of Saint Vfncent, do hereby pro-
claim that the repeal of the said Ordinances shall become effective on the 1st
day of July, One thousand nine hundred and fifty-five.

GIVEN under my hand, and the Public Seal of the Colony of Saint Vincent,
at Government Office in the said Colony, this 24th day of June, 1955,
and in the Fourth year of the Reign of Her Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH
THE SECOND.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
(P. 2/1951).


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