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Publication Date: October 4, 1955
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


Vol. 88.] SAINT VINEN '. TUESDAY. 4 OCTOBER. 1955.


[No 56.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
No. 427.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.
It is notified for general inl'orinationi that th,r wNi1 lie a meeting of the
Legislative Council at the Council Chhamiher, Kingstown, on Thursday, 6th
October, 1955, at 10.CO a.m.
The Order of the Day of this nmeting i, pliulisheod with this issue of the
Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended (] the General Public.
27th September, 1955.
(A. 1/1949 II.)
No. 434. m] ient as Magistrate, District 51, with
APPOINTMENTS. o ffrct irom 28th September, 1955.
4th Octo. er, 1955.
The following persons have leen (P. 1 164)
appointed, with effect from 1st October,
1955, as members of the Board tf Exam- No. 436.
iners for the grant of Certificates of RESUMPTION OFIDUTY.
Seaworthiness in accordance with S,.c- -
tion 2 of the Passenger Boats Ordinance. i Withi refer' n.- to Gazette Notice No.
1946 (No. 25 of 1946) :- 86 ,t< 8th Mar]ch, Mr. E. F. GLASGOW,
SYDNEY LEWIS, Esq., Marvistrat, District 1. resumed duty
PERCY WALKER. Esq.. with effect fromn 30th September. 1955.
CHARLES BENOIT, Esq.. 4th October, 1955.
DAVID A. KING, Esq. (P. F. 637).
4th October, 1955.
(S. 9/1944). No. 437.
i EXTENSION OF VACATION LEAVE.

No. 435. Wilh reference to Gazette Notice No.
302 of 5th July,1955. Mr. A. L. SAMUEL,
RELINQUISHiMENT OF ACTING Administrative Assistant, Government
APPOINTMENT.Ollie, has e granted extension of
1l., vr until 31st Octob-r, 1955.
With reference to Gazette Notice No.il 31st tob
531 of 2nd November. 1954 Mr S. J. 4th October, 1955.
Bk[N. relinquished his acting api int- (P. '. 0,)





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310 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 OCTOBER, 155.-(No. 56).


No. 438.
VACANT POSTS.

POST OF INSPECTOR OF SCHOOLS,
ST. LUCIA.

Applications are invited for appoint-
ment to the vacant pensionable post of
Inspector of Schools, St. Lucia.
Qualification: Trained Teacher, well
experienced in the work of Primary
Schools and preferably with External
academic and/or/ professional qualifi-
cations.
Salary: $2880 x 120-$3600 per
annum. Travelling and subsistence
allowance at the rate of $500 p.a. will be
paid.
Free passages for persons selected and
family, in accordance with Colonial
Regulations.
Leave: An Officer drawing a salary
of $3360 p.a. and over is eligible for free
return leave passages for himself and
his wife after 2 years of resident service
at 6 weeks per annum.
Duties: Inspection an I supervision of
Primary Schools, assisting in the organ-
ising of Teacher Training and in the
general administration of the Education
Department as required by ihe Edn-
cation Officer.
Applications giving lull details cf
qualifications and experience accom-
panied by not less than two testimonials
should be addressed to the Administrator.
Government Buildings, St. Lunin to
reach him not later than Saturday,
October 29th, 1955.
4th October, 1955.

No. 432.
VACANT POST FOR MEDICAL OFFICERS
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO.

Applications are invited from Doctors
with medical qualifications registrable
in the United Kingdom and with at
least one year's hospital experience
after qualification for vacant posts of
Grade *C' Medical Officer in the Medical
Department of the Government of
Trinidad and Tobago.
Officers will be stationed at one or
other of the two Colonial Hospitals.
They will be required to carry out the
duties normally performed hy house
physicians or house surgeons in acute
general hospitals of this size (500 beds).
They will be required to assume
responsibilities for cases in wards under
the supervision of Specialist Officers
and/or experienced Grade 'B' Officers
(of Registrar's status).
Appointment will be on probation for
two years or if preferable on agreement
for three years. The salary scale ranges


from $4,560 to $6,480 per annum, and
officers m;iy be appointed at a suitable
pcintt it the scale depending on previous
experience.
Government, quarters, if available,
will be provided at the rental of 8%o of
salary up to a maximum of $50 per
month. Where quarters are not avail-
able a house allowance will be paid in
accordance with local regulations.
Free patssagi s on first appointment are
provided for officer and family not
exceeding five persons in all. Also free
passages on vacation leave subject tc a
maximum of three ad nlt fares in accor-
dance with local leave regulations.
20th September, 1955.

No. 439.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, BRIT15ISH
GUIANA

VACANCY FOR A DENTAL SURGEON.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified, persons for the post of full-
time Dental Surgeon, Medical Depart-
ment, British Guiana.
2. The salary of the post is on Scale
A 1 : $4,560 x $240-$6,720-$6,960 per
annum. No private or consulting prac-
tice is allowed.
3. The Dental Surgeon will be re-
quired to perform all the usual pro-
cedure of a dentist and to render dental
treatmentt to school children and other
,persons in his district and to perform
such other duties as may be required
by the Director of Medical Services.
In the first instance, he will be posted
to the County of Essequibo with Suddie
as his headquarters. He will be re-
quired to make regular visits to the
northh West District and the Interior of
the Colony where on occasions condi-
tions may be primitive to administer
treatment. During these tours he will
work primarily amongst t lihe Amerindian
population. Subsistence allowance in
accordance with local regulations will
b- paid in respect of absences from
Headquarters.
4. Applicants must possess an ap-
proved Diploma or Degree in Dental
Surgery or the equivalent minimum
dental qualification registrable in the
United Kingdom.
5. The post is on the Pensionable
Establishment, Appointment may be
either on a permanent and pensionable
basis, subject, if the candidate is not
already in Government employment, to
his being passed as medically fit and to
his serving a probationary period of two
years. or on a three-year contract, re-
newable by mutual consent on such
terms as may be agreed upon between













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 OCTOBER, 1955.-(No. 56).


the Government and himself. An
officer on contract will be entitled to a
gratuity at the rate of 22,% of his salary
for each completed period of three
months resident service payable either
at six-monthly intervals or on termina-
tion of the contract period ; in the
latter case gratuity will be paid in re-
spect of the period of leave granted.
Persons over the age of 40 years will
normally be appointed on contract.
6. Vacation leave is earned at the
rate of five days for each completed
month of resident service up to a
maximum of six months. A pension-
able officer is required to complete a
minimum tour of two years resident
service before proceeding on leave. An
officer on contract will be eligible for
leave on completion of the contract
period.
7. If selected from overseas the
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$6,720 per an:um. II:itial salary at a
point above the minimum of the scale
may be paid dependent upon the ap-
pointee's professional qualifications. In-
crements in the scale will be granted
for post-qualification experience.
3. The duties of the post ate :-
(a) to be responsible for the selec-
tion maintenance and field
operations ot the mechanical
equipment of the Department
including tractors, ploughs,
draglines and earth-moving
and land-clearing machinery ;
(b) to be in charge of the Depart-
ien t's e engineering workshops
and of the operation of its
machinery pool;
(c) to be responsible for the
training ot operators for the
mechanical equipment.


omcer will be provided withnpssages to 4. Candidates should hold a profes-
British Guiana for himself, his wife signal qualification in Mechanical En-
and children (provided they are under gineering and must have had practical
the age of 18 years. unmarried and de- experience of mechanical tillage, earth-
pendent on the officer) not exceeding moving and land-clearing machinery.
five persons in all, provided they either 5. The post is on the Pensionable
accompany him or join him here with- Establishment. Appointment nay be
in twelve months of his departure for either on a permanent pensionable basis
British Guiana. An officer on contract subject, if the candidate is not already
will be provided with passages on a in Government's employment, to his
similar basis to his place of recruit- being passed medically fit and to his
ment on satisfactory completion of his serving a probationarlly period of two
contract. A pensionable officer will be serving a p ationay i f two
years; or on a three year contract, re-
eligible for assisted leave passages for newable by mutual consent on such
himself and wife in accordance with terms as may be agreed upon between
the Public Officers Leave (Passages) the Government and himself. A con-
Regulations 1952. tract officer will be entitled to a -ratuity
8. Applications stating full name, at the rate of 221% of his salary for each
date of birth. qualifications and ex-ee months esi-
completed period of three months resi-
perience, and accompanied by two tes- dent service payable either at six-
timonials should be addressed to the monthly intervals or on completion of
Secretary Public Service Commission, me contract period. In the latter case
General Post Office Building, George- the contract period. In the latter case
town, British Guiana, and should reach gratuity will be paid in respect of the
him not later than 15th October, 1955. period of leave granted. Pemrsois over
him not later than5th October, the age of 40 years will normally be
Applicants already employed i the appointed on contract.
Public Service should submit their 6. Leave is granted at the rate of 5
applications through the normal official channels. subject to a maximum of six months.
4th October, 1955. A pensionable officer is required to
(M. P. 711511920). serve a minimum tour of two years resi-
dent service before proceeding on leave.

No. 440. An officer on contract will be eligible
LAND SETTLEMENT DEPARTMENT, for leave on the termination of the
LAND SETTLEMENT DEPARTMENT, r of h cnract.
BRITISH GUIANA. period of the contract.
7. If selected from overseas, the offi-

VACANCY FOR A MECHANICAL cer will be provided with passages to
ENGINEER. British Guiana for himself and his wife
and children (provided they are under
Applicationsare invited fromsuitably 18 years, unmarried and dependent on
qualified persons for the post of Me- the officer) not exceeding 5 persons in
chanical Engineer in the Land Settle- all. provided they either accompany him
ment Department, British Guiana. or join him within twelve months of
2. The post carries salary on Scale his departure for British Guiana. An
A 3: $3,696 x $144-$4,560 x $240- officer on contract will he eligible for














312 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 OCTOBER. 1955.--No. 56).


passages on a simihir hiasis to his place
of recruitment on the satisfactory com-
pleLion of the contract. A Pensionable
Officer will be eligible for assisted leave
passages for himself and his wife in
accordance with the Public Officers
Leave (Passages) Regulations 1952.
8. Applications stating name in full,
date :and year of birth, qualifications,
andl details of practical experience, and
accompanied by copies of at least two
recent testimonials should be addressed
to the Secretary Public Service Conm-
mission, General Post Office Building.
Georgetown. British Guiana. and should
reach him not later, than 'the 15th Octo-
ber, 19555. Applicants already in the
Public Service should submit their
applications through the normal official
chan, els.
4th October, 1955.
(M.P. No. C 57/,3010).


No. 441.
LAND SETTLEMENT DEPARTMENT,
BRITISH GUIANA.

VACANCIES FOR SUPERINTENDENTS
OF LAND SETTLEMENT SCHEMES.


Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment as
Suierintendents of Land Settlement
Schemines in the Land Settlement Depart-
ment, British Guiana.
2. The posts carry salary on scale A 3:
$3,696 x S144-$4,5601/ x $240-$6,720
per annum. Initial salary at a point
above the minimum of the scale may be
paid, dependent upon the appointee's
pr. fessional qualifications. Increments
in the seal, will be granted for post-
Qualifieation exp 'rience. Rent-free un-
Furnishedl quarters are provided.
3. The duties of a Superintendent of
Land Settlement are, subject to the
directions of the Director of Land Settle-
ment, to be in charge of and responsible
for the efficient administration of ;a
Lind Settlement. This involves de-
velopment work, including the prepara-
tion of' lanl, drainage, and irrigation etc.
and the allocation of land to settlers;
the inspection and timingof agricultural
operations; the keeping of proper statis-
tics and accounts: and the supervision
of the general welfare of settlers.
4. Candidates should be graduates of
a recognized Agricultural College or
holders of comparable qualifications in
Agriculture. They should have had
experience in drainage and irrigation,


soil conservation and land utilisation
and should be experienced in handling
of labour.

5. The posts are on the Pensionable
Establishment. Appointment may be
either on a permanent pensionable basis,
subject, if the candidate is not alieadyin
Government's employment. to his being
passed medically fit and to his serving a
probationary periodl of two years, or on
a three-year contract renewable by
mutual consent on such terms as may he
agreed upon between Government and
himself. A contract officer will be en-
titled to a gratuity at the rate of 221%
of his salary for each completed period
of three months service payable either
at six-monthly intervals or on comple-
tion of the contract period. In the latter
case gratuity will be paid in respect of
the period of leave granted. Persons
over the age of 40 years will normally
he appointed on contract.

6. Leave is granted at the rate of 5
days for each month of resident service
subject to a maximum of six months. A
pensionable officer is required to serve
a minimum tour of two years resident
service before proceeding on leave. An
officer on contract will be eligible for
leave on termination of the contract
period.

7. If selected from overseas the officer
will be provided with -,assages to British
Guiana for himself and his wife and
children (provided they are under 18
years. unmarried and dependentt on the
officer) not exceeding 5 persons in all,
provided they either accompany him or
join him within twelve months of his
departure for British Guiana. An officer
on contract will be eligible for passages
on a similar basis to his place of recruit-
mnent on the satisfactory completion of
the contract. A pensionable officer will
be eligible for assisted leave passages for
himself and his wife in accordance with
the Public Officers Leave (Passages)
Regulations 1952.

8. Applications stating name in full,
date and year of birth. qualifications,
and details of practical experience and
accompanied by copies of at least two
recent testimonials should be addressed
to the Secretary. Public Service Cotm-
mission. General Post Office Building,
Georgetown. British Guiana, and should
reach him not later than the 15th October,
1955. Applicants already in the Public
Service should submit their applications
through the normal official channels.
4th October. 1955.
(M.P. No. C 57(30/1911).













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 OCTOBER, 1955.-(No. 56).


No. 442.
REGIONAL ECONOMIC COMMITTEE
OF THE
BRITISH WEST INDIES, BRITISH
OUIANA AND BRITISH HONDURAS

"Phe l egional Economic Committee
invites applications from suitably quali-
fied persons for the following post:
BRITISH CARIBBEAN STUDENTS
LIAISON OFFICER IN THE U.S.A.
at an annual salary in tie scale of $4,400
x 240-$5,120 (U.S.). A representation
allowance of $1,400 (U.S.) per annumi
and a House allowance of $1,400 per
annum are payable. Passages on
assumption and termination of appoint-
ment for the Liaison Officer and family
up to five in all from and to the place
of engagement will be paid.
2. The post does not at present carry
pension or superannuation rights. The
appointment will be for three years in
the first instance.
3. Candidates should be University
graduates conversant with experience of
life and the educational system in the
U.S.A. and should preferably have at-
tended a U.S.A. University.
4. The duties of the post include ad-
vising students generally in securing
places for them in approved universities,
and in evaluating af U.S.A. degrees in
relation to their equivalent in the United
Kingdom for purposes of recruitment
to service in the British Caribbean terri-
tories. The Liaison Officer will keep
Governments informed of educational
developments in North America and
keep students in touch with employ-
mnt opportunities in the West Indies.
5. The Officer will be responsible to
British Caribbean Governments for the
execution of his duties but in the matter
of local discipline and administration,
responsible to the U.K. Colonial Attache
in Washington. He will also be re-
quired to assist the Colonial Attache as
occasion demands in the execution of
certain of his routine duties relating to
the West Indies.
6. Headquarters will be in Washing-
ton under the aegis of the British
Embassy.
7. Applications furnishing full details
of candidate's education, special qualifi-
cations and experience, together with
supporting documents and names of
two referees, should he addressed to
the Executive Secretary, Regional Eco-
nomic Committee. Hastings House. Bar-
bados to reach him before the 19th
October. 1955.


t The Committee reserves the right
to fill the post by invitation if no suit-
able application is received.
4th October. 1955.

No. 443.
REGIONAL ECONOMIC COMMITTEE
OF THE
BRITISH WEST INDIES, BRITISH
GUIANA AND BRITISH HONDURAS,

The Regional Economic Committee
invites applications from suitably qual-
ified persons for the following post :-
ASSISTANT TRADE COMMISI
-. IONER (STUDENTS) FOR THE
BPRTISHI WET INDIES, BRITISB
GUIANA AND BRI7ISH HON-
DI'RAS IN CANADA
at an annual salary in the scale $3,600 x
150-$4,800 Can. plus a house allowance
of $1,200 Can. per annum. Passages on
assumption and termination of appoint-
ment for the Assistant Trade Com-
missioner and family up to five in all
from the place of engagement will be
paid by the Committee.
The post does not at present carry
pension or superaninua;tion rights. The
appointment will be fo.r a period of
three years in the first instance.
Candidates should be university grad-
uates preferably with experience of
university life in Canada. Preference
will be given to West Indians.
The Assistant Trade Commissioner
will be required to perform the duties
of students liaison officer and will be
under the general supervision of the
Trade Commissioner for the British
West Indies, British Guiana. and Bri-
tish Honduras in Canada. in whose
offices in Montreal the student liaison
headquarters will be located.
The Committee reserves the right to
fill the post by invitation if no suitable
application is received.
Applications furnishing full details of
candidate's education, special qualifica-
tions and experience. together with sup-
portinr documents and names of two
referees, should be addressed to the
Executive Secretary. Regional Economic
Committee. Hastings House. Barbados.
to reach him by 19th October. 1955.
4th October. 1955.


No. 423.
FOR SALE.

[t is hereby notified for general
information that three donkeys will be
put up for sale by public auction at














314 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 OC'OBElE, 1955.-(No. 56).


2.00 p.m. oiln I'edn'esda 5th O:lobelr, I The communique may be released to
195.5. at hle M unta l IHopital. Villi. i th- prt-s as soon as possible.
2. Persons interested may inspect the L. P. SPENCE,
donkeys, (2 at the Mental Hospital and Executive Commissioner.
1 at the LEWIS PUNNETT Home for the British Caribbean Currency Board.
Aged Poor at Glen) on any day of the
week between the hours of 9 a.m. and PRESS RELEASE.
4 p.m.
20th September, 1955. BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY NOTES
I LEGAL TENDER IN JAMAICA AND CUR-
(B. 1R/1955 ) RENCY NOTES ISSUED BY GOVERNMENT


No. 444.
LEGISLATION.

The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 38.-The Currency
Ordinance(Amentdment of Second
Schedule) Regulations, 1955,
(F. 33/1951).

S.R.& O. No. 39.-The Curri-icy(Coin)
Regulations, 1955.
(F. 33/1951).
4th October. 1955.


No. 445.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE.

FROM: 'THE EXECUTIVE COMMISSIONER


To :


OF JAMAICA LEGAL TENDER IN EAST-
ERN GROUP OF COLONIES WI'T H EFFECT
FROM 1ST OCTOBER, 1955.

Legislation making currency notes
issued by tih Government of Jamaica
legal tender in the Eastern Group of
British Caribbean Colonies ani currency
notes issued by the Board of Commis-
sioners of Currency, British Caribbean
Territories (Eastern Group) legal tender
in Jamaica. h;is 'een nacted in all of
the Colonius referred to and such legis-
lation will be brought into effect by a
Proclamation issu 1st October, 1955.
From 1st October, therefore, travellers
to Jamaica from Barbados. British
Guiana, Trinidad and Tobago, the Lee-
ward Islands and the Windward Islands
may take with them British Caribbean
currency notes, and receive the face


value in Jamaica. Similarly travellers
THE CURRENCY OFFICER, ST. from Jamaica to the other Colonies


VINCENT.
29th September, 1955.
SUBJECT:
Press R' lease-] amaica currency notes.

I forward herewith a communique on
the subject of recipirocai local tender of
Jamaica and British Caribbean Curmencyt
notes.


namedabove may bring with them cur-
rency notes issued by the Government
of Jamaica, and receive the f;ice value
in each of the Colonies named.
The attention of all persons in this
Colony is drawn to the fact that cur-
rency notes issued in Jamaica are legal
tender and must be accepted at face
value in payment of any amount.
4th October. 1955.


No. 2..);s.
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
KIr.GSTOWN (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.
RU.AiL AREAS (1) A white flag with a black
centre will oe flown from
Police Stations.
(2) Loudspeaker and Radio
Announcements.
5th July, 1955.
(W. 25/1949).
By Command,


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

Church bells will ling for 5
minutes.







A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.


GOVERNMENT OCrICE,
4th October. 1955.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 OCTOBER, 1955.-(No. 56). 31R


SAINT VINCENT.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE.


WINDWARD ISLANDS AND LEIE-
WARD ISLANDS.
A.D. 1953


Suit No. 69.
Between
ALEXANDER GARCIA
NANTON Plaintliff
and
HERBERT BASCOMBE Defendant
By Order Dated the 21st day oT Sep-
tember, 1955.

PURSUANT to an Order made by thke
Honourable Mr. Justice GORDON Puisne
Judge in this suit on the 21st day of
September, 1955, NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVHN that on Saturday the 15th day of
October, 1955, between the hours of 1.2
o'clock noon and 3 p.m. at the Court,
House in Kingstown there will lie
put up for sale by the Registrar of the
Supreme Court the hereditaments. lands
and tenements specified in the Sched-
ule hereunder written at the reserve
price therein set out.


THIS IS THE SCHEDULE ABOVE
REFERRED TO.



ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of'
land part of the dismembered Estate
of Calder situated in the Island of Saint
Vincent being FOUR ACRES in area
and known as Lot Number SIXTY-
FOUR on a Plan of certain Calder
Estate allotments prepared by CHARLEs
F. RICHARDSON Licensed Land Sur-
veyor aind abutted and bounded on the
North by other lands of the Calder
Estate; on the South by Lot number
Sixty-three of the said allotments
owned by one JAMES SIMON on the
East hy a road of the Calder Estate and
on the West by a Public Byeway and is
more particularly shewn and described
on the said Plan or howsoever other-
wise the same may be abutted hounded
known or described......

RESERVED PRICE $1824.00


C. E. RAWLE..
Registrar Supreme Court.
27th September, 1955.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
NOTICE.
A TT PTT T AT 11


l'There will be put up for sale by
niilic aucti,.ii at the old Three Rivers
Arrowroot Factory on We nesday 12th
October, 19l55 :it 2 p.m.. th: undei mn-
tionm d article:. :-
18 Rolls Wire J" and V" mesh.
Galvanised Sheeting (Old)
Boards
Drying Racks
Iron Rods 3"
One large iron water wheel
Iron crushes (from old cane mill.
HUGH. S. McCONNIE,
Ag. Superintendent of Agriculture.
26th September. 1955.


ARROWROOT BOARD NOTICE.

The values of the respective Grades
of Arrowroot and the proportions of
sunhi values to be advanced by the Saint
Vincent Co-operative Arrowroot Asso-
ciation have been fixed by the Arrow-
root Board as under:-


%


1 10.00 5.00 8.00
2 9.00 4.50 7.20
8.00 4.00 6.40
4 7.00 3.50 5.60

C. V. BABER 1SAACS,
Secretary.
1st October. 1955.


POLICE NOTICE.

The attention of motorists, cyclists
ianl other driv(,rs is directed to the
Pol.estrian cr it is requiestei that on approaching
tl..'e crossings. ;i sharp look out le kept
for P,.destriai- enterini.z the lanes.
2. If a Pedestri:in ntei s n lane. tiaflic
should stop to permit the Pedestrian to
cross the road safely. As the nani
imnpli's. it is a Pedstrian crossing,. and
all drivers are hereby requestei to give
thlie Pedestrian priority.

S. A. ANDERSON. Lt-Col..
Chief of Police.
20th September. 1955.














316 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 OCTOBER, 1955.-(No. 56).


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned i,(ouso lia\ing become
defaulters under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance," their properties
having, been levied upon will b, offered for sale at 1 p.m. on Saturday 15th
October, 1955, at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.

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


Treasury Chambers,
Saint Vincent,
14th September, 1955.

Name of Owner.

1. Browne, Lydia
2. Central Housing Authority
3. George, Wilmoth
4. Gordon, Evan M.
5. Gordon, Henry
6. Gumbs, Adolphus
7 Hinds, Casper
8. Isaacs, Selwyn B.
9. Israel, Egbert
10. Jack, Euphemia
11. James, Parkinson
12. Jones, Alexander
13. King, Carlisle
14. London, Linda
15. Mc.Kenzie, Theresa
16. Nanton, Henry
17. Ottley, Emaline
18. Providence, Samuel
19. Roberts. Augustus
20. Shearman, Donald
21. Thomas. Marcus R.
22. Williams. E. G.
23. Williams, Nathaniel
24. Woods, Inez


Situation of
Property
Retreat
Montrose
Mon rose
Questelles
Montrose
Castle Grant
Montrose
Mon trose
Montrose
Clare Valley
'Mont rose
Maloney
M ontrose
Montrose
Montrose
Montrose
Questelles
Francois
Clare Valley
Vermont
Montrose
Montrose
Campden Park
Montrose


Description of Property.

2 acres 2rds. 24 poles
291 acres (f land
1 house spot
1 house, 2 acs, 1 rd. 24 pls.
1 house spot
I house
2 house spots
1 house spot
1 house spot
2 acres 7 poles
1 house spot
1 house
1 house spot
1 house spot
1 house spot
1 hose
1 house spot
1 house spot
1 house
8 poles
1 house & spot
1 house & spot
1 house & spot
1 house spot


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1955, No. 38.


THE CURRENCY ORDINANCE (AMENDMENT OF
SECOND SCHEDULE) REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 4th October, 1955).

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Currency Ordin-
ance (Amendment of Second Schedule) Regulations, 1955.

2. Second Schedule to Currency- Ordinance Substituted.
For the Second Schedule to the Currency Ordinance the following shall be
substituted:-


(Section 5)


SECOND SCHEDULE.


COINS OF THE EASTERN GROUP OF THE BRITISH CARIBEEAN TERRI-
TORIES WHICH ARE LEGAL TENDER (SECTION 5 (3)).


Proportion
of dollar
for which
Tender. Coin
PAP I-CuPRO-
NICKEL
.50 Fifty .ent piece


.25 Twenty-five cent
piece
.10 Ten-tent piece

PART IT-MIXED
I METAL


.05



.02



.01
.005


Five-cent piece



Twp-cent piece



One-cE-nt piece
Half cent piece


Standard
Weight
Grains

2C0


1Co

40



77.16



145.83



87.5
43.715


Remedy
Allowance Composition


1 piece in 50 Cupro-nickel
.(Copper 75%
Nickel 25%
ditto ditto /

ditto ditto



ditto Mixed metal


ditto



ditto
ditto


(Copper,
nickel and
zinc)
Mtxed metal
;Copper,
tin and
zinc)
ditto
ditto


Edges


Milled


ditto

ditto



ditto



Plain



ditto
ditto


3~-8. 72~7&


I








106

3. Revocation. The Currency (Coin) Regulations, 1955, (S.R. & 0.
1955, No. 29) are hereby revoked.

Made by the Governor after consultation with the Board of Commissioners
of Currency, British Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group) and with the approval
of the Secretary of State, under section 5 (4) of the Currency Ordinance, 1950
(No. 17 of 1950) this 1st'day of October, 1955.

A. F. GILES,
Administrator.
(F. 23/1951).


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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,
1955, No. 39.

THE CURRENCY (COIN) REGULATIONS, 1955.

(Gazetted 4th October, 1955).

1. Short title. These Regulations miay be cited as the Currency (Coin)
Regulations, 1955.

2. Interpretation. In these Regulations-
"Agent Bank" means, any bank appointed or' employed by the Board to act
as its agent;
"coin" means any coin provided, issued or re-issued, or to bc provided,
issued or re-issued under the authority of the Ordinance;
"Centre" means any place other than Headquarters at which the Board
has established an office;
"Currency Officer" means a member of the Board or any other person
appointed by the Boaid with the approval of the Governor to be a
Currency Officer;
"Headquarters" means the headquarters of the Board at Trinidad;
"Sub-Centre" means any place at which the Board has not established
an office but at which there is .n Agent Bank;
"the Board" shall have the same meaning as in the Ordinance;
"The Ordinance" means the Currency Ordinance. *

3. Minting of coin. All coin shall be minted by or under the direction
of the Master of Her Majesty's Royal Mint in England.

4. Moulds for the minting of coins. The design of coins shall be
approved by the Secretary of State and dies from, which coins are to be minted
shall be retained in the custody ot the Royal Mint.

5. Custody of coin. (1) All unissued coin and all coin withdrawn
from circulation shall be kept in a strong fire-proof vault provided by the Board
or by an Agent Bank:
Provided that unissued coin shall be, stored separately from coin withdrawn
from circulation.
(2) Each door or entrance of a vault provided by the Bnard shall be
secured by three different locks, the keys or combinations of which shall be
S eld respectively by such three Currency Officers as the Board with the
approval of the Governor may from time to time appoint.






108


(3) Each door or entrance of a vault provided by an Agent Bank shall
be secured by at least two different locks the keys or combinations of which
shall be held, by two employees of the Agent Bank.
(4) Coin kept in a vault provided by an Agent Rank by ,irtr.ue of this
Regulation shall, as far as practicable, be stored separately from the funds
.of the Agent Bank.

6. Re-issue of coinl; If selected for re-issue, coin withdra-An from cir-.
culatioh shall be re-issued in preference to coin not previously iss ed. .

7. Minimum sum that may be lodged with the Board or the
Crown Agents. (1) The minimum sum which, at the option of the Board,
under the provisions of subsection (2) of section 7 of the Ordinance may, be
lodged with the Board or the Crown Agents shall be twenty-five thousand dollars
or the equivalent in sterling, as the case may be:
(2) Rate of commission. The rate of commission chargeable by the Board
for the issue or receipt of coin under the provisions of subsection (2) of section 7
of the Ordinance shall be published in tae Gazette,

8. Coin Register. (1) The Board shall cause a Coin Register to be kept
at Headquarters in which shall be recorded all coins supplied to the Board, issued,
-withdrawn from circulation or shipped to the Crown Agents.
(2) An entry shall forthwith be made in the Coin Register and signed by
at least two Currency Officers showing! thq date and nature of each such trans-
action, the number of coins of each denomination and the total valru. of the coins
involved and the number of coins of each denomination and total value of
coins remaining unissued.

9. Stock Book. (1) The Board shall cause a Stock Book lo be kept at
each Centre and Sib-Centre showing the date and nature of each transaction,
the quantity in each denomination of coins deposited or withdraw from a, vault
provided for under regulation 5 of these Regulations and the total value of each
deposit or withdrawal.
(2) the Stock Book shall be kept in a strong fire-proof vault or safe, and
each entry therein shall be signed-
(a) where the vault in which the coin is kept is provided by the Board,
by every Currency Officer authorized to hold a key or combination of
the vault in which the coin is' kept; and
(b) where the vault in which the coin is kept is provided by an Agent
Bank, by a Currency Officer.

10. Board of Survey. (1) There shall be a Board of Survey appointed
by the Governor which shall consist of at least two persons, neither of whin
shall be a member of the Board or a Currency Officer, whose duty it shall be
to examine the stocks of coins held in any vault provided by the Board, wheth-
er unissued or awaiting re-issue or shipment to the Crown Agents. ts the case
may be.


109
(2) The Director of Audit shall be notified of every survey to be held
and shall be entitled kto be present, either in person or by his officers, at any
survey.
(3) Ordinary surveys shall be held at least quarterly, anda in addition
at least one surprise survey shall be held every year. The Governor may
order a surprise survey at any time.
(4) At any survey the Board of Survey may accept, without counting
the contents thereof, if the seals are apparently intact-
(i) any sealed package that bears the seal of-
(a) the Directoi of Audit and at least one member of his staff; or
(b) the Crown Agents, or the Royal Mint; or
(c) any recognized bank doing business in the Colony; or
(d) not less than three Treasury Officers not being Currency Officers;
or
(e) not less than three Currency Officers, not being officers appointed
by the Board with the approval of the Governor to hold a key or
combination of the vault; or
(f) a previous Board of Survey.
(ii) any sealed containers or presses sealed with the unbroken seal of any
previous Board of Survey.
(5) A report of each survey, containing a. list of all packages of coins show-
.ing how far the packages have been accepted or counted and the .1alue of their
contents, shall b'e forwarded to the Governor, the Director of Audit and to the
Chairman of the Board who shall cause a, copy of the report td be furnished to
each member of the Board.
(6) All books and documents in which are entered or recorded any account,
minute, memorandum, matter o0, thing relating to the Currency Fund, or what-
ever else shall tend to secure or to show a true account of the transactions of
the Board .shall be at all, times open to examination by the Board of Survey.

11. Coming iito force of Regulations. These Regulations shall be
deemed to have come into force on the 1st day of October, 1955.

Made by the Governor after consultation, with the Board of Commisma ers
of Currency, British Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group) and with the approval
of the Secretary of State, under Section 12 of the Currency Ordinance, 1950,
(No. 17 of 1550) this 1st day of October, 1955.

A. F. GILES,
Administrator.
(F. 23/1951).


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