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243


SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


yublish.d b Atuhority.


SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 2 AUGUST, 1955. [No. 47.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 343.


LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.


It is notified for general information that there will be a meeting of the
Legislative Council at the Coun(il Chamber, Kingstown, on Thursday, 4th
August, 1955, at 10.CO a.m.
The Order of the Day of this meeting i- pullished with this issue of the
Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the General Public.
2nd August, 1955.
(A. 1/1949 II.)

No. 293.
HURRICANE NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general information that in the event of a hurri-
cane threatening or approaching the Island. the following warnings will be
given:-


CAUTIONARY
,KINGSTOWN (1) A white flag with a black
centre will be flown on
Police Headquarters.
(2) Loudspeaker and Radio
Announcements
(3) Three saluting guns will
be fired.
RURAL AREAS (1) A white flag wi*h a black
centre will be flown from
Police Stations.
(2) Loudspeaker and Radio
Announcements.
5th July, 1955.
(W. 25/1949).


TAKE COVER
(1) Church bells wih ring for
5 minutes.
(2) Cotton Ginnery whistle will
blow for 5 minutes.
(3) The siren will blow for 5
minutes.
Church bells will ling for 5
minutes.


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244 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 AUGUST, 1955.-(No. 47).


No. 344.
APPOINTMENTS.

Mr. CHARLES BAILEY has been ap-
pointed as a Bailiff, Judicial Depart-
ment with effect from let July, 1955.

Mr. ALBAN WILLIAMS has ben ap-
pointed an Assistant Mechanic, P.W.D.
with effect from 1st January, 1955.
2nd August, 1955.
(P. F's. 790, 788).

No. 345.
HOSPITAL BOARD OF VISITORS.

The following persons have been ap-
pointed Members of the Hospital Board
of Visitors, for a period of one year,
with effect from 17th May. 1955:--
H. A. DAVIS, Esq., O.B.E.,
Mrs. W. L. WEBB,
Mrs. W. A. HADLEY.
2nd August, 1955.
(M. 23/1945.)

No. 346.
CADET COMMITTEE.

The Administrator has appointed the
following persons to be members of a
Committee to assist the Cadet Corps of
the St. Vincent Grammar School:-
The Commandant, Local Forces
(The Chief of Police)
The Education Officer,
Capt. N. H. GONSALVES,
G. B. PALMER, Esq..
C. L. SPROTT, Esq,
2nd August, 1955.
(E. 806/1932).

No. 347
BEQUIA DISTRICT COUNCIL.

The following persons will constitute
the Beqnia District Council, which will
come into operation with effect from
1st Jannary, 1956 :-
Elected EMembers.
CYRIL M. MITCHELL, Esq..
JAPHETH HAZELL, Esq.,
CASEMBE E. BONADIE, Esq..
EDWIN J. SIMMONS. Esq..
Nominated Mlember..
The Hon. C. L. TENNIS,
SYDNEY MCINTOSH, Esq.,
The Revenue Officer. Bequia.
2nd August. 1955.


No. 348.
HURRICANE RELIEF COMMITTRB.

With reference to Government
Notice No. 295 of 5th July, 1955, the
Hurricane Relief Committee for the
Barrouallie District embracing Cum-
herland, Spring, Wallilabou, Peters
Hope, and Mt. Wynne) comprise:-
G. M. SANDY, Esq., Chairman
E. A. JOACHIM, Esq.,
Revenue Officer, Barronallie,
The District Nurse.
2nd August, 1955.
(W. 25/1949).

No. 349.
VACATION LEAVE.

Mr. E. H. LABORDE temporarily
Deputy Postmaster. G.P.O., has been
granted 3 months Vacation Leave with
effect from 21st July, 1955.
2nd August, 1955.
(P. F. 102).

No. 350.
Miss N. D. SPROTT, Senior Clerk,
P.W.D., has been granted one month's
Vacation Leave with effect from 25th
July, 1955.
2nd August, 1955.
(P. F. 49).

No. 351.
LEAVE.

The Honourable G. H. CHARLES,
member of the Executive and Legisla-
tive Councils, for 10 days, with effect
from 30th July, 1955.
2nd August, 1955.
(A. 31/1948).

No. 352.
VACANT POSTS

REGIONAL ECONOMIC COMMITTEE OF
THE BRITISH TEST INDIES; BRITISH
GUIANA AND BRITISH HONDURAS.

The Regional Economic Committee
invites aplications from suitably quali-
fied persons for the following post:-
Assistant Trade Commissioner for the
British W1 est Indies, British Guiana
and British Honduras in the United
Kingdom at an annual salary in the
scale 1.320 x 50--1,700 plus a re-
$6,336 x $240-$8,160
presentation allowance of 500 per
$2,400













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 AUGUST, 1955.-(No. 47). 245


annum. Salary and allowances are tax
free in the United Kingdom in the
event of the post being filled by a resi-
dent of the British Caribbean area.
Passages on assumption and termina-
tion of appointment for the Assistant
Trade Commissioner and family up to
five in all from the place of engage-
ment to London will be paid by the
Committee.
The post does not at present carry
pension or superannuation rights. The
appointment will be for a period of
three years in the first instance.
Candidates should possess a sound
knowledge of office organisation and
administrative experience in relation to
trade and commercial matters. They
should also be proficient in the assembly
and presentation of statistical material,
commodity market reports, publicity
material, etc. Preference will'be given
to candidates holding special qualifica-
tions in trade and commerce.
The Committee reserves the right to
fill the position by invitation if no suit-
able application is received.
Applications furnishing full details
of candidate's education, special quali-
fications and experience, together with
supporting documents and names of
two referees, should be addressed to
the Executive Secretary, Regional Eco-
nomic Committee. Hasting House.
Barbados, to reach him by 20th August,
1955.
2nd August, 1955.
(T. 16/1951).


No. 353.
VACANCY FOR A LINOTYPE OPERATOR
IN THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING
OFFICE, ST. VINCENT, BRITISH
WEST INDIES.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
post of Linotype Operator, Government
Printi ig Office. St. Vincent.
2. The post, which is pensionable
carries a salary scale of $1,104 x $72-
$1,680 per annum. Consideration will
be given to the appointment of a candi-
date at a salary in excess of the minimum
if the qualifications and experience of
the candidate or other circumstances
justify such a course.
3. Tt is essential that applicants
should have a full knowledge of the
mechanism of Linotype machines and
should have worked in a recognized
Printing Office as a Linotype Operator
for some time. The appointment is
subject to the candidate's medical fitness
and to satisfactory service during a pro-


bationary period of one year in the first
instance.
4. Free passages for the appointee,
his wife and children (under the age
of 18 years) will be provided on first
appointment. The appointee will be
expected to assume duty immediately
upon appointment.
5. Applications with details of quali-
fications and past experience accompan-
ied by two recent testimonials should
be addressed to the Government Secre-
tary, Government Office, St. Vincent,
B.W.I. and should reach him not later
than 15th August, 1955.
2nd August, 1955.


No. 323.


TENDERS


MOTOR CAR SERVICE.

Sealed Tenders are invited for the
provision of motor cars for the convey-
ance of public officers during 1956.
The Tenders submitted should con-
tain particulars of the charges proposed
to be made for waiting. Rates submitted
should not exceed those contained in
Statutory Rules and Orders, No. 15 of
1947.
The contract will he terminable by
one month's notice on either side, and
the person to whom the contract is
awarded will be required to enter into
a bond with Government for the satis-
factory performance of the contract.
Tenders close at 3 p.m. on Friday
26th August, 1955, and should be
addressed to the Chairmin. Tenders
Board, Treasury, Kingstown. and dis-
tinctly marked on the envelope Tend-
ers for Motor C(ir Service."
Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
19th July, 1955.
(P. 21/1944).

No. 338.
CONVEYANCE OF MAILS, PARCELS,
PASSENGERS AND CARGO (LEEWARD).

Tenlders will be received 1i, to 3 p.m.
on Friday 26th August, 1955, for the
conveyance daily of mails, including
Parcel Post mails from, to, and between
each and all the Post Offices of Kings-
town. Layou, Barrouallie. Cumberland(1,
Troumaca, Chateaubelair and Questelles
on the Leeward Coast of the Island of
St. Vincent by Motor Launch from lst
January to 31st December, 1956.
2. The Motor Launch will be required
to leave Chateaiubelair at abcut 7 a.m.
daily except on the Thursday follow-














246 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 AUGUST, 1955.-(No. 47).


ing the first Wednesday of each month,
and to return to Chateaubelair leaving
Kingstown about 3.00 p.m. daily except
on the first Wednesday only of each
mouth. On the first Wednesday of
each month the Launch will be required
to leave Kingstown for Chateaubelair at
about 1.30 p.m. and return to Kings-
town the same evening leaving Chateau-
belair at 7.00 p.m. The hours of leav-
ing Chateanbelair and Kingstown may
be modified byv the Colonial Postmaster.
3. The Motor Launch will be required
to provide a service for the carriage of
passengers and cargo at the present fixed
rates which will Ibe supplied to intended
Tenders, if require d. on application at
Government Office and to call on the
itinerary in each direction at Clare
Valley for this purpose and for the pur-
pose of collecting the mails from and
delivering the mails to Questelles Post
Office.
4. All mails will be delivered at and
collected from the Genetral Post Office.
and District Post Offices except that
where such provision is made mails
mayv be dleliv, ed to and collected from
the mail carrier- of the District Post
Offices.
5. The contract will be for a period
of one year to 31st December, 1956.
6. Tenders should state the amount
of subsidy required and should be
addressed to the Chairman, Tenders
Board, Treasury. and distinctly marked
"Tenders for Conveyance of Mails,
Passengers and Cargo (Leeward)",
7. The Governmnet. dro-s not bind
its-lf to accent the Iow st or any tender.
26th July, 1955.
(Q. 5/1948).

No. 354.
LEGISLATION.

Thie following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R11. & 0. No. 31.-The Tele-
comm uni(c;i ions ( Amendment )
Rules. 1955.
(J. 315911940).

S.R. & 0. No. 32.--The Kingstowni
Board (Building and Streets)
(Amendment) HIye-Laws. 1955.
(C. 5/1954).
2nd August. 1955.

No. 355.
SUPPLEM ENT TO GAZETTE.

The Report i1 the Director of Audit
with the Absiraci o( the Accounts of
British Caribbeatn Currency Board for


the year 1952 is published with this
issue of the Gazette.
2nd August, 1955.

No. 356.
FOR SALE.

HURRICANE RELIEF ORGANISATION
MANUAL.

It is notified for general information
that copies of the revised edition of
the Manual entitled "Hurricane Relief
Organisation St. Vincent", are on sale
at the Government Printing Office.
The Price per Copy is 24 cents.
2nd August, 1955.

No. 357.
DEVELOPMENT & WELFARE ORGANI-
SATION-REPORT BY COMPTROLLER
FOR THE YEAR 1954.

It is notified for general information
that a limited number of copies of the
above Report are available for sale to
the Public at Government Office at a
price of 84 cents per copy.

liy Commniand,

HlENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acti mg Gotvernment Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
2nd August, 1955.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.


SUPREME COURT NOTICE.

NOTICE is hereby given that the Sit-
ting of the Supreme Court of the Wind-
ward Islands and Leeward Islands in
its CRIMINAL. CIVIL and APPEL-
LATE JURISDICTIONS in the Saint
Vincent Circuit which was scheduled
to commence on Tusay the 19th day
of July. 19;55, has been adjourned to
Wednesday thie 10/lO day of August,
195-5 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
The personal attendance of' such per-
sons as ar,. bound ovtter Iy recognizance
to prosecute )nr give evidence or sum-
moned as J.Irorns or Wit-,esses will not,
therefore I e required until the said
10lO daY/ of A'jmngt. 19..55.

Dated this 19th day of July. 1955.

C. E. RAWLE,
Registrar. Supreme Court.














SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 2 AUGUST, 1955.-(No. 47). 247


Agricultural Department
Notices.

There are available for sale from the
Camden Park Experiment Station, the
following:
2 Large White Gilis-aged 5 months
at $40.00 each.
4 Large White Boars- ,, 5 ,
at $40.00 each.
7 Large White Gilts-aged 9 weeks
at $25.00 each.
12 Large White Boars- ,9
at $25.00 each.
These pigs are the progeny .,f three
pedigreed sows recently imported from
England through the National Pig
Breeders Association.
2nd August, 1955.


AUCTION SALE.

The undermentioned animals will be
sold by Auction at the Camden Park
Experiment Station on Wednesday the
17th August, 1955 at 1.30 p.m.
Cattle
Six (6) heifers ranging i n age from
6 months-2 years.
One (1) cow.
Pigs
One (1) Large Black gilt.
Sheep
Two (2) ewes, 3 ewe lambs and 4
young rams.
One (1) Jack Donkey.
2. Terms of sale will be cash.
3. The animals may be inspected at
any time during working hours up to
the morning of the sale.

HUGHI S. McCONNIE,
Ag. Superintendent of Agriculture.
2n(c August, 1955.


CONTROL NOTICES.

The attention of all importers is in-
vited to the provisions of Section 15 of
the Second Schedule to Ordinance No.
27 of 1954, dated 20th July, 1954, which
prohibits the importation of any fresh
carcass whether frozen or chilled, or


New Zealand, Australia, and the
United States of America, and
(b) in accordance with the terms of
a permit granted by the Agricul-
tural Superintendent:
The provisions do not apply to any
Importations made on behalf of the
Government of the Colony:
or
any cooked or sterilized meat imported
in hermetically sealed containers.
Attention is also invited to Control
Notices appearing on pages 146 and 155
of the issues of the Government Gazette
for the 17th and 25th May, 1955, respect-
ively, wherein meat and meat products
from Denmark and Holland are specifi-
cally prohibited, except when sterilized
and put up in hermetically sealed con-
tainers, certified by a Government Vet-
erinarian of the country of origin, and
that the certificate accompanied each
consignment.
It is to be clearly understood that any
meat or meat product arriving in the
Colony in contravention to the above
provisions, and without the requisite cer-
tification, being invoiced subsequent to
the 30th July, 1955, will be confiscated;
consequently importers having unexe-
cuted orders in unauthorised places are
advised to cable instant cancellation of
such orders so as to obviate any further
loss.
C. R. WILLIAMS,
for Controller o* Supplies.
26th July, 1955.
(A 24/1951).


It is hereby notified for the iniorma-
tion of all merchants. bakers and shop-
keepers that as o re lut (f s1(p request Commander li nd flour is
now in stock at the C(ontrol Depart-
inent. and is being sold at 40cents above
the normal price of $9.40 per sack,
namely $9.80 per sack.
The maximum Wholesale Price of
this brand of Flour is $10.28 per sack.
There is no change in the retail price of
Flour.
C. R. WILLIAMS.
for Cu ntroller of Supplies.
2nd August, 1955.


POLICE NOTICE.


any cured or pickled carcass of any eat- The general public and especially
tle, pig, sheep or goat, or any portion boatmen and porters are reminded of
of any such carcass, or of any semen the following sections made under the
ir the Colony, unless such importation Passenger Boats Ordinance
is made- 1. Every built boat, rowing boat or
(a) Directly from any of the follow- canoe must be clearly marked with the
ing countries viz. Great Britain, -umber of passengers which it is li-
Northern Ireland, Eire, Canada, "ensed to carry.














248 SAINT VINCENT TUESDAY, 2 AUGUSUT, 1955.-(No. 47).


2. No boat whatsoever, except the
Port Officer's boat, shall go alongside
any steamer until the Police boat has
been alongside.
3 A boat coming alongside a steam-
er and bringing passengers or luggage
to the steamer, or coming alongside
for the purpose of obtaining passen-
gers or luggage to take from the steam-
er, shall go to the port side of the
steamer, unless otherwise directed by
any police constable on, or i. the neigh-
bourhood of the steamer, and such boat
shall comply with any directions given
by such a police constable.
(i) A boat taking off supplies to a
steamer shall go to the starboard side
of the steamer unless otherwise direct-
ed by such a police constable as afore-
said
(ii) No. boat, other than a lighter,
shall approach within 60 feet of a
steamer while another boat is at the
'adder to which, under these regula-
tions, such first mentioned boat is re-
quired or permitted to go. without the
permission of the police constable in
charge of the gangway.
4. No person shall mal-e any boat
fast to the ladder of a steamer or keep
a boat alongside or near the ladder of
a steamer for a longer period than is
necessary for setting down any passen-
gers, luggage and supplies, or for tak-
ing in any person ready and intending
to leave the steamer by that boat and
any luggage ready to be put into that
boat.
5. Boats (other than lighters with
cargo) returning to the shore from any
steamer in the harbour call, before
touching the shore at any- other part
of the harbour or of the island, and
without transferring any goods brought
from such steamer to any boat or ship.
hall come alongside the Jetty for ex-
amination if thought necessary by the
Customs Authorities.
6. No person shall in pny way im-
portune or incommode o: annoy per-
sons landing on or about the piers or
departing therefrom.
7. Licensed porters and boatmen
shall at all times promptly obey the
directions or orders given them by mem-
bers of the Police Force or by Treasury
or Revenue Officer relative to the dis-
charge duties.
8. A boat in the neighbourhood of the
Jetty which is not engaged, or is wait-
ing, shall go to and remain at the Station
appointed fo- unengaged boats by the
Chief of Police.
9. Every boot propelled by oars, when
plying between sunset and sunrise in the
harbour of Kingstown, shall carry at the
stern a white light not lower than three
feet above the gunwale of the boat, of a
globular form not less than 6 in diame-
ter and plainly visible from all points of
the compass.


10. In addition to, or in lieu of any
penalty or other punishment inflicted
upon any licensed boatman for a breach
of any of the provisions of the Ordinance,
or the Regulations, the convicting Mag-
istrate may suspend the licence of such
boatman for the whole or part of the
time unexpired and shall forthwith give
notice to the Chief of Police.
11. If any boatman whose licence is
-o suspended shall, during the time of
such suspension be employed in any boat
contraryy to the provisions of this Ordin-
unce, he shall be guilty of an offence
against this Ordinance.
The Police and Port Authorities will
be taking steps to see that these regu-
lations are observed. Recently, there
have been unpleasant scenes as a result
of boatmen disregarding simple courte-
sies and exposing not only themselves
a:s a whole, but the reputation of St.
Vincent to contemptuous ridicule.
Boatmen and porters are hereby ad-
vised to obtain their licences and badges
from the Licensing Authority, Police
Headquarters, and save themselves from
avoidable inconvenience.

S. A. ANDERSON, Lt.-Col.,
Licensing Authority,
Chief of Police.
21st July, 1955.


SAINT VINCENT.
By Authority of the Registration of United
Kingdom Patents Ordinance (chapter 156 of
the Revised Laws of Saint Vincent, 1926).

Ga zetted 2(;th July. 1955.

NOTICE is hereby given, that an appli-
cation was on the 16th diay of April,
1955. made by ERNST JOHN JENS
HENRIKSEN, Danish Su ject, of 4
Reverdilsgade. Copenhagen. Denmark,
for a patent in respect o)f ;in invention
relating to fountain !ens tf the ball tip
type comiirisinW a tubular ink reservoir
terminating at one end in a ,all tip and
at the opposite end with an :ir inlet.
Any person) may at ni:y time within
two months from the date of mublic-
ation of this notice in the Gazette, give
notice to the Registrar of opposition to
the issue of a certificate of registration
upon any of the grounds rn scribed by
section 97 of the P:atts Ordinance
(Cap 155) for opposition to the grant of
Lettor.c Patent.
C. E. RAWLE,
Rt. ,'. o" Patents.
PATENT OFFICE,
SAINT VINCENT,
19th July, 1955.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 AUGUST, 1955.-(No. 47).


PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICE.

The attention of Residents is drawn to
the Regulatio.ns relating to the disposal
of house refuse in Kingstown. For
sometime now, unfortunately, the prac-
tice of dumping refuse in the streets
or placing refuse in old broken boxes
and buckets has been indulged in too
freely. This practice, apart from being
an offence against existing Regulation,
creates unsightly rubbish heaps and can
be dangerous to health.
The Public Health Department is
therefore soliciting the co-operation of
all residents in Kingstown in order to
bring about some amelioration of this
undesirable condition.
For the guidance of the Public we
publish below the Regulation con-
trolling the disposal of refuse in Kings-
town :-
HOUSE REFUSE IN KINGSTOWN.

Regulations made by the Sanitary
Authority under section 3 (i) (ii) of the
Public Health (Amendment) Ordinance,
1929, with respect to the scavenging and
cleaning of Towns and the removal of
house refuse.

(Gazetted 30th Octoler. 19:i0.)

1. In the construction of these Regu-
lations the expression "House Refuse"
means dust and sweepings of rooms and
business premises, waste iaper, 1rokn
glass and crockery, kitchen refuse. vard
refuse and garden refuse when contained
in receptacles not exceeding the prescribed
capacity.
(2) The expression "Barrack" means
any building or collection of buildings
divided into rooms and occupied singly
or in sets by persons of the poorer classes
(not being members of the same family)
and to which there is a common vard
and comminon conveniences.
2. The occupier of every dwelling
house in Kingstown, not being a barrack,
and the owner of every barrack shall
not later than 9 o'clock in the morning
of every day (except Sundays and Public
Holidays) deposit in thie gateway or
immediately outside of such premises
in a conveniently accessible position a
moveable receptticle in which shall be
placed all the house refuse of such
premises for the purpose( of removal by
the Sanitary Authority.
3 The receptacle to be provided shall
be of metal or metal-lined of a capacity
not exceeding. in the case of dwelling
houses, two and a half cubic feet and in the
case of business premises six cubic feet,


and such receptacle shall he provided
with a suitable cover and shall at all
times be kept in good repair, and cover-
ed while ii use.
4. In the case of premises other than
barracks it shall be the duty of the
occupier of the premises and in the case
of barracks it shall be the duty of the
person using the receptacles to see that
they are at all times kept covered.
5. Where in any business premises the
receptacle provided exceeds two and a
half cubic feet in capacity, the occupier of
the premises shall provide the necessary
assistance to the scavengers for emptying
the contents of such receptacles into the
scavenging carts.
PENALTY.
6. Every person who shall offend
against any of the provisions of the
foregoing regulations shall be liable for
every such offence to a penalty not
exceeding FIVE POUNDS.

Made by the Sanitary Authority this
8th September, 1930.

Further to the above Public Health
Regulations section 120 (16) of the
Revised Laws of St. Vincent reads as
under:-lEvery person who "throws or
lays any dirt, litter, ashes, nightscil,
carrion, fish offal, or rubbish in any pub-
lic place or causes or permits any
offensive lmat;ter to rnn from any
slaughterhouse. butcher's shop or stall,
or any kitchen or dunghill. into any
)l:e : or in anyN town or village deposits
in any pl-ice whatsoever any offensive
matter to injury or annoyance of any
person in such town or village". on
heinc convicted thereof shall be liable
to a penalty of THREE POUNDS.




SAINT VINCENT CO-OPERATIVE
ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION.

N-tice is hereby ,iven that a General
Meeting o' the Saiit Vinel nt Co-Oner-
ative Arroxwroot Association will be
hebl :at the Memorial Hall. Richmond
Hill. at 10.00 a.m. on Tuesday. 30th
August. 1955, f(r the purpose o'f elect-
ing fifteen Dele.geates wbo will in turn
elect six Members to serve on the
Arrowroot Board for the Arrowroot
Yenr conlimeneinlg 1st Oct( cer next.

C. V. V. BABER-ISAACS.
Secretary.
28th July, 1955.













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250 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 AUGUST, 1955.-(No. @4).


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

AGRICULTURAL CREDIT SOCIETIES ORDINANCE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having becom-
defaulters in respect of loans received under the Agricultural Societies Ordine
ance, No. 1 of 1934, their properties having been levied upon will be offered
for sale at 1 p.m. on Saturday. 14th August, 1955, at the Treasury, Kingstown,
for recovery of the amounts due.

A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT,
12th July, 1955.

No. Name of Owner Descrivtion ot Situation of
Property Property
.1. Cornelwus Jack One shed
One lot of land Layou
2. John Ragguette One lot Layou
3. James Grant One house Buccament


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SAINT 'VINCENT. 'A

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS, '

1955, No. 31. N iu

TELECOMMUNICATIONS (AMENDMENT), R S.

(Gazetted 2nd August, 1955).

1. Short title. These Rules may be cited as the Telecommunications
(Amendment) Rules, 1955, and shall be read as one with the Telecommunica-
tions Rules, 1953, (S.R. & 0. 1953, No. 52) (hereinafter referred to as the prin-
cipal Rules) and all amendments thereto.

2. Rule 9 of principal Rules amended. Rule 9 of the principal
Rules is hereby amended by the deletion of the full stop at the, end thereof and
by the addition thereto of the following:-
"and shall be in the Form 0 of the Schedule to these Rules."

3. Schedule to principal Rules amended. The Schedule to the
principal Rules is hereby amended-
(a) by adding the words "or on land" after the words "private vessel"
appearing in Form "N" thereof; and
(b) by adding the following new Form after Form "N" thereof.
FORM "O ".
(Rule (9)). The Telecommunications Ordinance, 1952.
C olon y of ............................. . ......................................... ............ ........... ................ .. ......... ...

LICENCE TO INSTALL AND OPERATE RADIO TELEPHONE OR
TELEGRAPH STATION.
...................................... .. ... .................. .............. .... ................................................................ h erein after called th e
"Licensee" is hereby authorized (subject in all respects to the Telecommunica-
tions Ordinance and Rules) to establish, install, -work and operate a radio
telephone and telegraph station (hereinafter called the station ") at
......................................................... ............. ..... in ............................... .......................... .
until the .............................................. y of............... .......................... ............ 19 ............. subject to the
following conditions:-
1. The Licensee shall. observe the provisions of the International Tele-
communications Convention, 1947, and the Radio Regulations annexed thereto
in so far as they are applicable to the Station.

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2. Messages shall be sent only on the frequency within the band and
the type of emissions following:-


Power in Watts


Frequency in
kilocycles
per second


Approximate
Equivalent in
wavelengths


3. The call signal ............................................................ ........................ is allocated to the Station
and shall be used as prescribed by the said Radio Regulations, and the Telecom-
munications Rules, 1953.

4. The St-tion shall be used in such manner as not to cause interference
with any other stations outside the authorised band.

5. The granting of this Licence does not authorise the Licensee to do
any act which is an infringement of any copyright which may exist in any
matter transmitted or received.

D a te o f issu e........................ ...................................


Telecommunications Officer.

Made by the Governor in Council under section 18 of the Telecom-munications
Ordinance, 1952, (No. 33. of 1952) this 25th day of July, 1955.

F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.


PIMNTKD BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVRNMZRT PRINTING OPTIC,
KaiOSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


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1955.


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SAINT VINCENT. K L

STATUTORY RULES AND ORD N

1955, No. 32.

KINGSTOWN BOARD (BUILDINGS AND TREETB) c
(AMENDMENT) BY-LAWS.

(Gazetted 2nd August, 1955).

1. Short title. These By-Laws may be cited as the Kingstown Board
(Buildings iand Streets) (Amendment) By-Laws, 1955, and shall be read and
construed as one with the Kingstown Board (Buildings and Streets) By-Laws,
1947, (S.R. & 0. 1947, No. 59) (hereinafter referred to as the principal By-
Laws) and all amendments thereto.

2. Amendment. By-Law 9 of the principal By-Laws is hereby further
amended by the addition of the following proviso thereto:-'
Provided further that where a lot on which such permission was given
to build for commercial purposes only is being occupied for business by
the owner or a tenant, the Board may grant permission to the occupier
only of the Business section to occupy the upper floor provided that for
each occupant of the said upper floor there shall be available floor space
of not less than forty square feet in area."


Made by the Kingstown Board under Section 74 of the Kingstown Board
Ordinance (Cap. 209) this 14th day of June, 1955.

GEO. A. McINTOSH,
Chairman.

Confirmed by the Governor under Section 76 of the aforesaid Kingstown
Board Ordinance (Cap. 209) this 16th day of July, 1955.

0. R. KELSICK,
Acting Adm2nistrator.
(3. 3/59/1940).


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REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF AUDIT OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO ON THE
ACCOUNTS OF THE BOARD OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY
BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP) FOR THE YEAR
ENDED THE 31ST DECEMBER 1954.


CURRENCY FUND INCOME ACCOUNT.
Income for the year exceeded expenditure by $1,369,043.84. Qf this excess,
$614,676.64 was transferred to the Currency Fund Account, and the remainder,
amounting to $754,367.20 to the Currency Surplus Account in accordance with
Articles 4 (2) c and 4 (3) of the First Sehedule to the Currency Ordinance
Chapter 35 No. 2 (Trinidad and Tobago).
2. As in previous years, the accounts for 1954 have been presented on a cash
basis; all expenditure for the year has been .duly authorized.

3. CURRENCY FUND.
The value of the Currency Fund at 31st December 1954 amounted to
$62,082,339.70 which was $2,851,247.70 more than the total note circulation of
$59,231,092j00. No liability attached to the participating Governm-ents at the
end of the year, under Article 6 (2) of the First Schedule to the said Ordinance.

4. ASSETS AND LIABILITIES.
Statements have been received from the Crown Agents showing the Secur-
ities and Cash on Deposit which they held on behalf of the Currency Fund.
The certificate of the Controller and Auditor General has, however, not yet
been submitted for audit. The amount held on Deposit with the Accountant
General, Trinidad and Tobago, has been verified with his records.
CURRENCY SURPLUS ACCOUNT.
$774,483.90 of the 1953 surplus was distributed to member Governments dur-
ing 1954 in accordance with Article 5 (2) of the First Schedule to the Currency
Ordinance. The balance of .05(< is included in the balance of $754,367.25 shown
at 31st December 1954.
5. BOARDS OF SURVEY-REGULATION 20.
The requirements of Regulation 20 have not been fully complied with in
the following instances:
Grenada 3 ordinary surveys and one surprise survey were held during the
year. An ordinary survey was not held for the last quarter.
Antigua -3 ordinary surveys and one surprise survey were held during the
year. An ordinary survey was not held for the second quarter.

6. DEMONETIZATION OF GOVERNMENT CURRENCY NOTES.
Currency notes issued; by the Governments of Trinidad and Tobago, Barba-
dos and British Guiana, were declared to be no' longer legal tender as from the
2nd January 1955, by proclamation of the Governors of the above territories in
accordance with Sectionr 9 of the Currency Ordinance.

WM. FELL,
Ag. Director of Audit.
1st. July, 1955.












ACCOUNTS OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY, BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP) FOR THE YEAR 1954,

INCOME ACCOUNT.


To: Personal Emoluments
Vaults-Rental of
Office space &c.-Rental of
Incinerator at Trinidad-rental of
Incidentals
Postage & Telegrams-Headquar-
ters
Furniture & Equipment
Printing & Stationery
Supplies of notes
Intercolonial transfers of notes
Travelling &c. expenses-Com-
missioners
Barclays Bank D.C.O-Agency
fee in Leeward Is. & Windward
Is.
Telephones
Audit of accounts
Bicycle allowance-messengers
Oancelling machines & dies
Commission refunded to Bar-
clays Bank D.C.O.
Contribution to Currency Fund
(Article 4 (2) (c) of First Sched-
ule to Currency Ordinance
Transferred to .Currency Sur-
plus Account Article 4 (3) of
First Schedule to Currency
Ordinance


$111,033.67
1,080.00
1,400.00
120.00
2,527.94

415.06
1,801.28
1,441.53
133,479.38
6,377.51

3,654.54


4,800.00
285.82
1,240.00
72.00
2,988.18

260.53


614,676.64



754,367.20

$1,642,021.28


By: Dividends
Commission for is-
sue and redemption
of notes for sterling
Sundries


CURRENCY FUND.


To: Redeemed for sterling
Loss on securities redeemed-
Balances at 31st December, 1954


$.1,200,000.00
7,205.18
62,082,339.70


By Balance at 1st Jan.
1954.
Issues for sterling
Gain on hale of se-
ourities
Net gain on reval-
uation of securities
at 30th June and
31st Dec. 1954.
Contribution from
Income A/C Article
4 (2) (c) of First
Schedule to Cur-
rency Ordinance


$63,289,544.88


$52,347,679.84
9,259,000.00

8,601.72



1,059,586.68




614,676.64

$63,289,544.88


$1,595,270.42


46,508.12
242.74


$1,642,021.28













CURRENCY SURPLUS ACCOUNT. "


To: Payments to:
Govt. of Trinidad &
Tobago
British Guiana
Barbados
Leeward Islands
Antigua
St. Kitts-Nevis
Montserrat


$425,966.16
193,620.98
77,448.40

13,940.70
12,391.74
4,646.90


By: Balance
Am cunt transfer-
red from Income
A/C Article 4 (3)
of First Schedule
to Currency Ordin-
ance


Windward Islands


Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica


11,617.26
9,293.80
18,587.60
6,970.36


Balances


$ 774,483.90

754,367.25

$1,528,851.15


$774,483.95





754,367.20


$1,528,851.15













ASSETS AND LIABILITIES.


LIABILITIES


Currency Fund
Suspense A/C (Unpaid Claim)
Currency Surplus Account (Article
Schedule to Currency Ordinance)
of Government of:
Trinidad & Tobago
British Guiana
Barbados
Leeward Islands
Antigua
St. Kitts-Nevis
Monrserrat
Windward Islands
Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica


5 of First
for account


$414.901.97
188.591.81
75,436.72

13.578.62
12,069.88
4,526.20

11,315.51
9,052.42
18,104.82
6.789.30


Barclays Bank D.C.O. deposit for note issues


$62,082,339.70
4.67


754,367.25

$62,836,711.62

S 5,990,400.00


ASSETS

Securities held by Crown Agents for Oversea Governments &
Ad ministrations
On deposit in Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fund
On deposit with Accountant General, Trinidad & Tobago


$54,812,947.78
6,654,715.28
1,369,048.56


$62,836,711.62


Ma"rkcl value at 31st December, 1954, of securities held by
Crown Agents for Oversea Governments & Administrations $ 5,990,400.00


16th May, 1955.


The above Accounts have been examined in accordance with
Article 7 of the 1st Schedule to Chapter 35 No. 2 (Trinidad and
Tobago). I have obtained all the information and explanations
that I have required, and I certify, as a result of this audit,
that in my opinion the Accounts are correct, subject to the
observations contained in the attached report.


1st July, 1955.


WM. FELL,
Ag. Director of Audit.


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner
British Caribbean Currency Board.




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