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403


SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


paubli hed bn tuthorint.


Vol. 88.] SAINT VINCENT. TUE-DAY, 13 DI)CE.IBER. 1955. [No. 67.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 531.
APPOINTMENTS.
MARRIAGE OFFICERS.

The following persons have been) ap-
pointed Marriage Officers of the whole
Colony, with effect from 9th December.
1955:-
The Reverend GEORGE ANDREW
HATCH
The Reverend DAVID EDWARD
RUSSELL.
13th December, 1955.
(J 22/1951)
No. 532.
OFFICIAL ATTESTORS.

The following persons ihve lben
appointed Official Attestors with offt,.:
from 9th December, 1955 :
The Rev. GEORGE ANDREW HATCH
The Rev. DAVID EDWARD RUSSELL.
13th December, 1955.
( A. 5f/i19t48)


No. 534.
LEGISLATION.

The muder-mentioned Ordinance
which has been assented to by His Ex-
cellency the Governor is published for
genier;l information with this issue
of the Gazette:-
N11. 15 of 1955- An Ordinance to
repeal the Roads Ordinance,
:J 2';1J4(;)
D13: December, 1955.

No. 535.
'The uinldr-mnentioned Bills are pub-
lisihe-i w\ii this issue of the Gazette and
mii 1),, seen at the Government Office,
Kini;-l\'town Librory, District Post Offices,
Plie- St tions and at all Revenue
Offices :-
B1ill ior an I)iriinance to make provi-
iwn, for th,, Crentiot of a Public
S rv,,,e Coommiissioi.
(A 1()/19 ).
Bill for an Orditnnce further to
an:'nid the Worknien's Compensa-
tion Ordinance, 1939.


.(J. 34/193Q).
No. 533. 13th December. 1955.
PROMOTION. --
No. 536.
Miss JEAN WALL, Junior Clerks, Ari- SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.
cultural Department. as a Class T Cl -rk
in the General Clerical Service of thle litn roinfomity with section 8 and
Colony, with effect from 1st DAe ei r,. 1". r A,',(,, ii. t S Chliednle to the .1nry
1955, assigned for dnty in the Aoricul- Orl',ilnc'. 193l. ihe Jury List for the
tural Department. yviear 196( is pulishlled, with this it-sne
13th December, 1955. of the (azeite.
(P.F. 194). 13th December, 1955.



Ad -














404 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 DECEMBER, 1955.-(No. 67).


No. 517.
TENDERS FOR FERI'LISERS FOR
AGRICULTURAL CREDIT SOCIElTIES
FOR 1956.


Kin^g.twi. ( District Revenue Office.
otn Tiiusda!/. .20th December, 1965.
1itli November, 1955.


Tenders are invited for quanttitis of PAYMENT OF PENSIONS AND ALLOW-
150 tons and 300 tons lot. of mixed ANCES FOR DECEMBER, 1955.
fertilisers containing 8% Nitrogi. 5% ---
Phosphate, and 14% Potash. Quoit:ionsI It is hereby notified that all allow-
should be given for 1001b. :nid 2001l. !anmccs payable to Pensioners from the
bags. fundt of this Colony in respect of the
Tenders, which should be se:i ed, month of December, 1955, will be paid
must state whether the fertilisers will at the Treasury, Kingstowii, or District
be delivered ex. beach or otherwise. Revenue Office, on Tuesday, 20th
Delivery of fertilizer should be not December, 1955.
later than 31st March, 1956. llth November. 1955.
Tenders are to he addressed to the
Chairman, Tenders Board. Treasury,
and be distinctly marked Tendors for 'PAYMENT OF CLAIMS FOR DECEM-
Fertilisers, Agricultural Ctedit Soci-[ BER, 1955.
eties".
Tenders will close :,l 3 p.m. on Al't- Co itr;ctols, Merchaiits and all other
urday 31st December. 1955. persoiBs having claims against the
29th November. 1955. Gov-irnment of St. Vincent. are hereby


By Conmmani,
A. L. SAMUEL.
Acting Governnmen t ,Secrelary.i
GOVERNMENT OFFICE.
13th December, 1955.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.


Ve _'qiestl to Iorward such claims to the
Government t Departments concerned on
or be I ore the 15/h day of December, 1955,
in order to ensure the payment thereof
before the close of the current financial
i year it 31st December, next.
S2. Similarly, ill persons indebted to
the Government of St. Vii.cent forgoods
supplied or services rendered are hereby
rc(liustt d to s, ttle the-e accounts on or
before the J!st day of December, 1955.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Colonial Treasurer.


PUBLIC NOTICE. Treasury Department.
-Kingstown,
Bands, singing pro ,ss ns tind other I th November, 1955.
holiday gatherings will le permitted inI
the town of Kingstown and other towns
from Wednesday 14th December. 1955 SAINT VIN(CENT.
to Tuesday 3rd .Jaunary, 1956 from
6 a.m. to 8 a.m. (Suniays ,xcepted) IN THE SUPREME COU
except on th, following pullie boli- WINDWARD ISLAN:
days-Monday and Tuesday 26th and LEEWARD ISLA
27th December, 1955 :,nd Mond;:v and
Tuesday 2nd and 3rd January. 1956 (ORIGINAL JURISDI
when the time will be 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. ...


S. A. ANDERSON, Lt-Col.,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Kingstown,
5th December. 1955.


TREASURY NOTICES.

PAYMENT OF SALARIES FOR
DECEMBER 1956.

It is herebyv notified that salaries and
other allowances payable to Governmen t
Employees during th e month ef Decem-
ber, 1955. will be paid it the Treasury.


RT OF THE
DS AND
NDS

ACTION)


HUITr No. 10


Between :-


AUBREY PROVIDENCE
AD ORES
(CONRAD FORBES


Plain tiff

Defendant


By Order dated the 3rd day of
De-enyoeer. 1955.

Pnrsuant to an Order made by Cecil
Eric Albert Rawle. Esq., Registrar of
the ,Supreme Court under and by virtue
of the powers vested in him by the Rules
of the Supreme Court of the Windward


A.ID. 19 5.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 DECEMBER, 1955.-(No. 67). 405


Islands and Leeward Islands made by and bv virtue of the powers vested in
the Chief Justice on the 29th day of him by the Rules of the Supreme Court
July, 1954, Notice is Hereby Given of tihe Windward Islands and Leeward
that on Saturday, the 14th day of Jan- Islands made by the Chief Justice on
uary, 1956. between the hours of 12 the 22nd day of October, 1940, Notice is
o'clock noon and 3 p.m., at the Court Hereby Given that on Thursday 22nd
House in Kingstown, there will be put day of December, 1955, between the
up for sale by the Registrar of the Sn- hours of 12 o'clock noon and 3 p.m., at
preme Court the hereditaments lands the Court House in Kingstown there
and tenements specified in the Schedule will be put up for sale by the Registrar
hereunder written at the reserve price of the Supreme Com t the heredita-
therein set out. ments lands and tenements specified
in the Schedule hereunder written at
THIS IS THE SCHEDULE ABOVE the reserve price therein set out.
REFERRED TO
ALL THAT LOT PIECE OR PARCEL OF THIS IS THE SCHEDULE ABOVE
LAND part of the Arnos Vale Estate in REFERRED TO
the Parish of Saint George in the Island ALL THAT Lot piece or parcel of
of Saint Vincent Leing lots Nos. 60 and land a portion of New Pospect Estate
land a portion of New Prospect Estate
61 on the Plan of the said Estate prepar- in the Parish of Charlotte in the Island
ed by Charles Fitz-Willianu Riehardso,
Td by Charles Fitz-W n R. r) ot St. Vincent containing by admeasure-
Land Surveyor and dated the 13th day o t. Vincent containing by admeasure-
of March, 1922 which s-id plan is in the 1in1t 2 Acres no Roods and Eleven
possession of' Freerick Angustire 'as- Poles being Lot Number 60 in a plan
possession of Frederick Angustire Cas- p y A. B. P an -
son and which said lot of land contains by A. B. A. SPENCE Lad Sur-
34 Poles and is bounded Northerly y veyor an bounded cn the North by
the Reserve section Easterly and South-f the eirs of C. M. JOHN on
S ,th the South by a Road on the East by
early by the Public Highway anwl West- tLhot hbe 18 Rno on the est by
early by Lot Number 62 and as is more Lot Number 59 or os is more par-
a. s a d o t Lot Number 59 or as is more par-
particularly shown and described on the ticularly described by the said Plan
said Plan or howsoever otherwise the T de.ri y i a
same may be butted bounded known or TOGETHER ith all w s waters water-
described Together with all buildings curses rights lights liberties privi-
and erections thereon And all waysthereto belonging
wat ereoctses an all other easements or usually held used occupied or en-
watrc e a al joyedd therewithl or reputed to belong
and advantages thereto belonging or t p
held sed occpiedand t enjoyed the- o or be appurtenant thereto...............
held nsed occupied and enjoyed there-
with or reputed to belong or be RESERVED PRICE $600.00.
appurtenint th ereto ...... RESERVED
PRICE $3,710.68. C. E. A. RAWLE,
C. E. A. RAWLE. Registrar of the Supreme
Registrar of the Supreme Court
Court. 30th November, 1955.
Dated the 9th day of December, 1955.


SAINT VINCENT. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND VACANT POST.
LEEWARD ISLANDS
(Original Jurisdiction) Applications are invited for the
A.D. 1954 vacant post of Junior Road Overseer,
Si- NPublic Works Department.
Suit No. 64 The post is pensionable and carries
Between salary in thel scale $1104 x $72-$1392
ST. LAIR McCONNTE Plaintif per annum. Transport allowance is
also payable.
and The anv'(!intn,': will 1be on one
JOHN WILLIAMS of year's probation iii the first instance
Biabou Defendant and preference will be given to candi-
By Order dated the 19th day of Novem- dates possessing the Cambridge School
ber, 1955. Certificate or its equivalent.
Applications should reach the Super-
PURSUANT to an. Order made by intendent of Works not later than 15th
CECIL ERIC ALBERT RAWLE, Esquire, December, 1955.
Registrar of the Supreme Court under 17th November. 1965.














406 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 DECEMBER, 1955.-(No. 67).


WATER RATES.

The public are hereby notified that
as from 4th January, 1956, water rates
will be collected at the Public Works
Office, Kingstown, every working day
between the hours of 8.30 a.m. and


3 p.m., except on Saturdays when the
hours will be from 8.30 a.m. to 12 noon.

R. G. SMITH,
Superintendent of Works.

17th November, 1955.


NOTICE

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948.

IT is hereby notified for general information that the Annual Liquor
Licensing Sessions will be held in the undermentioned Parishes for the purpose
of hearing applications from applicants in their respective Parishes for the
granting of Certificates in accordance with the Liquor Licence Ordinance, 1948,
at the times and places hereunder :-
Holders of certificates which were granted during the current year are
hereby reminded to apply for renewal of their certificates prior to the holding
of the Sessions fixed for December, 1955 as stated below.


Parish
St. George & St. Andrew


St. David


Time and Place of Session.
... At the Court Hcuse, Kingstown. on Wed-
nesday, 21st December, 1955. at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
At the Court House, Chateaubelair, on
Thursday, 29th December, 1955, at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.


Notices of intention to oppose the grant of any Certificates stating in gen-
eral terms the grounds of the opposition, must be served upon the applicant and
upon the Magistrate not less than seven days before the day fixed for the holding
of the Licensing Session.

PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.


Parish.


St. George &
St. Andrew














St. Patrick


Name of Applicant. Occupation.



... CatherineOllivierre Seamstress

Austin Mattis Shopkeeper
Claudius Jeffrey ,,
Reginald Payne ,,

Anil Niles Greaves ,,
Isabella Morris
Robert Bowen ,,

George Williams

Frederick Gonsalves


... Victor O'Garro
Cyril Douglas


Residence. Situation of
Premises.


Kingstown

Vermount
Layou
Kingstown

Arnos Vale
Kingstown
Buccament
Bay
Evesham
Vale
Kingstown


Blacksmith Barr
Shopkeeper


Upper Middle
Street
Vermount
Layou
Carpenters
Yard
Choppins
Paul's Avenue

Buccament Bay

Eveshain Vale
Shb;rpes Str.,
Kingstown


ouallie Barronallie
, 1,


E. F. GLASGOW,
Magistrate District 1.
MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE.
KINGSTOWN,
17th November. 195f

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PIC.NTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
( Price 24 cents. ]


















SAINT VINCENT.

No. 15 of 1955.

I Assent,


C. M. DEVERELL,
Governor.

2nd December, 1955.


AN ORDINANCE
1949.


to repeal and replace the Roads Ordinance,


4
[ 13th December,'1955. ]

Enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent.

PART I.

TITLE AND INTERPRETATION.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Roads. Ordinance
1955, and shall come into force on the first day of J&nuary, One
thousand nine hundred and fifty-six.

2. In this Ordinance, unless repugnant to the context-
"Road" means any road or thoroughfare over which
the public have a right of passage, and Includes all
bridges, dams, drains, embankments, causeways, fences,
and .ditches belonging or appertaining to a' road:
Provided that such Road is maintained and re-
paired by monies paid from the Treasury of the
Colony, and is defined by this or any other Ordin-
ance that mazy hereafter come into force:
S Provided also that this Ordinance shall not ex-
tend to any road, street or thoroughfare within the
limits of any town, save in so far as any, road, st eet


Short title
arnd
Commencement.

Interpretation.


[ L.S. ]










or thoroughfare is expressly included in a schedule
attached to this Ordinance. c
Selected land means any land selected by the Governor
for the purposes of this Ordinance.
Owner (in respect of land) means the owner or reputed
owner or the lessee (or in the case of joint owners or
lessees or tenants in common of any land, then anyone
of such joint owners or lessees or tenants in common)
of any land, or the principal agent of any such owner
or lessee in charge of such land, and if no such owner
or lessee or agent be known or resident in this Colony,
then the person in possession of such land.
Traffic includes pedestrians.
Vehicle" includes any motor car, motor van, motor
lorry,, motor omnibus, motor cycle, tractor, carriage,
waggon, cart, bicycle, tricycle, van, handcart, sledge,
truck, barrow, and any other machine for the portage
or haulage of goods or persons.
"Poundable animal" means any horse, mare, gelding,
colt, filly, ass, mule, bull, cow, ox, steer, heifer, calf,
goat, kid, sheep, lamb, hog, sow, pig.

PART II.

ROAD DIS RICTS, CLASSIFICATION OF 'ROADS, AND
ROAD OFFICERS.


Division of
Colony into
Road Districts.


S. For the purpose of classifying roads the Colony shall
be divided into four districts to be called "Road Districts",
which Road Districts shall be entitled and constituted as fol-
lows:-


(a) "The North-Eastern Road District"
roads described in Schedule A.
(b) "The South-Eastern Road 'District"
roads described in Schedule B.
(c) "The South-Western Road District"
roads described in Schedule C.
(d) "The North-Western Road District"
roads described in Schedule D.


Clv. sificataoxn
of Roads.


comprising the

comprising the

comprising the

comprising the


4. (1) The roads in the Colony shall be divided into four
classes namely:-
First Class.
Second Class.
Third Class.
Fourth Class.
(2) The roads mentioned in Schedule E shall be first-class
roads. The roads mentioned in Schedule F shall be second-class


No. 1.


Roads.










roads. The roads mentioned in Schedule G shall be third-class
roads. The roads mentioned in Schedule H shall be fourth-class
roads.
(3) For the purpose of this Ordinance:-
(a) a first class road shall be thirty feet .in width inclusive
of any lateral drains or ditches;
(b) a second class road shall be twenty-four feet in width,
inclusive of any lateral drains or ditches,.
(c) a third class road shall be sixteen feet in width,
inclusive of any lateral drains or ditches;
(d) a fourth class road shall be twelve feet in width,
inclusive, of any lateral drains or ditches.


5. The Superintendent of Works shall exercise a general
supervision over the roads, and shall repair and kpep the same
In proper order and width as required by law.

PART III.

POWERS, DUTIES AND LIABILITIES OF SUPERINTENDENT
OF WORKS.

6. (1) The Superintendent of Works may by Order and
with the approval of the Governor in Council:-
(a) add to the number of Road Districts or abolish any
Road District;
(b) transfer a road from any one Road District 'to any
other Road District;
(c) sub-divide any Road District;
(d) amalgamate two or more. Road Districts:
(e) add any road to any of the Schedules A, B, C, D, E,
F, G and H when not at the time included therein;
(f) remove any road froti any such Schedule in which
it is included;
(g) transfer any road from any such Schedule to any
other Schedule.
(2) Every such Order shall be published in the Gazette,
and shall take effect from the date of, publication, unless other
provision for its commencement be made therein.

7. On and after the commencement of this Ordinance, the
care, control, management, construction, reconstruction, improve-
ment and repair of all roads in the Colony and of all bridges,
causeways, drains, culverts, boundary posts, fences and gates
appertaining thereto and not vested in private persons, shall,
subject to the provisions of this Ordinance, be vested in, exer-
cised and effected by the Superintendent of Works


Superintendent
of Works to
keep roads in
proper order.


Powe: of,
Superintendent
of Works in
regard to roads.


Seatrol of
roads to be
vested in
"rperintendent
of Works.


lM.


No. 15.


Roads








Roads.


1955.


Delegation of
Powers.


Superintendent
of Works may
aca mre land.








No 22 of 1946.



Road being
obstructed,
adjoining land
* may be taken
for temporary
road by agree-
ment with
owner. ,


8. The Superintendent of Works may delegate to any officer
of his department any or all of the powers conferred on him
under this Ordinance.

9. If in the exercise of his powers and duties under this
Ordinance, it shall become necessary to take possession, for
public purposes, of the land of any person, the Superintendent
of Works, subject to the approval of the Governor in Council,
may make an agreement on behalf of the Government with the
owner for compensation to be made for such selected land, and
for any building tree or fence thereon, and if the Superintend-
ent of Works cannot agree with, such owner as to the compen-
sation to be paid, or if the owner cannot be found, proceedings
may be taken by the Governor for obtaining possession of such
selected land and for compensating the owner in the manner
prescribed by the Land Acquisition Ordinance, or any Ordin,
ance which may hereafter be passed dealing with the com-
pulsory acquisition of land by the Government.

10. (1) When any road shall be rendered impassable for
P, time and the public convenience shall' require the temporary
,1 se as -a road of any land adjoining thereto, the Superintendent
c f Works shall, on the requisition of the Governor, confer respect-
i g" the premises with the owner and agree with hyim if possible
for a reasonable sum to be paid to him as compensation for the
-se of such selected land, a.s the case may require, and in case
(f any agreement made, the Superintendent of Works shall
report :the same to the Governor, who, on approval thereof
shall, on application, issue.his warrant to the Treasurer to pay
to the owner the amount so agreed on, whereupon the Super-
intendent of Works shall mark out such selected land.
(2) If no such agreement shall be made, or if when made
the same shall not be approved by the Governor, then the
Superintendent of Works shall appraise the sum to be 2aid to
thq owner as compensation for the use. of such lard under this
Ordinance,. and he shall in such case, and six days before the
day of appraisement, give a written notice under his hand to
the owner, which notice shall be in the form set out in Schedule
J to this Ordinance.
(3) The Superintendent of Works shall attend at the time
and place named in the said notice, and in the presence of the
owner or (after due service of the said notice) in his absence,
shall mark out the land -o required, as last aforesaid, for the
purposes of this Ordinance, and shall appraise the sum to be
paid to the owner as compensation for the use of such land,
regard being ,had. to the time during which the use of the land
will be required, and the Superintendent of Works shall report
such appraisement to the Governor, who shall, or application,.
issue his warrant to the Treasurer to pay to the owner the
amount of such appraisement:


1K-15..








Roads.


Provided that any person aggrieved by such appraisement
may appeal to the Governor in Council.
(4) Upon any agreement or appraisement being made as
last aforesaid, the Superintendent of Works shall render the
land in respect whereof the agreement or .appraisement was
made, fit for public use as a temporary road and it shall be
lawful for thp public so to use the same during the time in
respect whereof the agreement or appraisement was made, and
at the expiration of such time the said land and the use thereof
,shall revert to 'the owner thereof:
* Provided always that, if from unforseen circumstances, the
public shall require the use of the said land for q longer time
than that for which the agreement or appraisement was made
(and the Governor shall be sole judge of such necessity), it
shall be lawful for the Governor to issue his wairant to the
Treasurer to pay -an additional sum to the owner for such
further use of the land, such sutn to be calculated on the basis
of the agreement or appraisement (as the case may be) and to
be for the further time for which the use of the land may be
required in proportion to the time paid for under such agree-
ment or appraisement. On payment or tender to the owner
of such additional sum, it shall be lawful for the public to use
the said land as a public road during the further time for which
such additional sum was paid.
(5) Nothing herein contained shall authorize the Super-
intendent of Works to pull down any building.
PART IV.
EXECUTION OF WORKS.
11. In this part of this Ordinance the expression "road
work" shall mean the tracing, measuring, opening, excavating,
making, building, altering, turning, repairing, cleaning, improv-
ing, fencing, and draining of any road.

12. The Superintendent of Works and any offtVers, servants,
workmen and labourers employed by or under him may at all
reasonable times and with all necessary and proper equipment,
machinery, vehicles, animals and other means enter upon any
land and may do and perform all acts, matters and things
necessary for the purpose of all road works and for performing
any act, matter or thing under the provisions of this Ordinance.

13. (1) The Superintendent of Works, and any officers,
servants, workmen and labourers employed by or under him
may after the giving of notice as provided in this section, at all
reasonable times and with all necessary and proper equipment,
machinery, vehicles, animals and other means search for, dig;
cut, take and carry away in and from any land any water,
timber, brushwood, stone, gravel, clay or any other materials


Interpretation.




Prwer of
Superintendent
of Works to
enter upon
lands.



Power of
Superintendent
of Works to
take materials.


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NO. 15. Roads. 1055.

whatsoever for the purpose of any road works or for the con-
struction or repair of any building or conveniences whatsoever
required on or near any road for the use of any officers, servants,
workmen, labourers, animals, vehicles, persons, or things em-
played by him and may carry away the same through the ground
of any person without being deemed a trespasser:

Proviso. Provided that:-
(a) the land from which such materials may be taken,
carried or conveyed shall not be a garden, yard, planted
walk, or avenue to a house, or any land planted in
growing crops, nor shall any pit or quarry be dug in any
place where the Governor may see fit to prohibit the
same;
(b) the digging or taking of materials from any such
land shall not affect the foundations of any house,
wall or building thereon or the grounds immediately
surrounding such house, wall or building;
(c) There shall be payable to the owner of such land if
required by him the sum of six cents for each cord
(of one hundred and twenty-eight cubic feet) of stones
and one half cent for each barrel (of four cubic feet)
of "tiff" removed from such land and in addition
thereto compensation for any damage done to such
land by the removal of such or other material or by the
passage thereof through such land as shall be Wgreed
upon between the Superintendent of Works and the
owner of such land, and in case of differences between
the Superintendent of Works and such owner such
compensation may, on seven days notice being given
in writing by either party to the other, he assessed as
hereinafter provided by the Magistrate for the magis-
terial district wherein such shall be situate;
(d) the Superintendent of Works shall cause to be levelled
or sloped all quarries, pits or banks made by the taking
of. any such materials, or cause such quarries or pits
to be railed and fenced off, and "such rails or fences
to be maintained so that the same shall not be dan-
gerous to persons or cattle;
Prove ided that in the exercise of his powers under
this paragraph the Superintendent of Works shall take
all reasonable care to prevent the creation of any
nuisance or lodgement of water harbouring mos-
quitoes by any pits or the excavation thereof.
(2) Whenever the Superintendent of Works intends to take
from any land materials for the making or repairing of any
road, he shall (unless such notice is waived) give to the owner
of such land at least twenty-four hours notice in writing of
such intention.







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14. In the execution of any road works the Superintend-
ent of Works may throw up on to any lands adjacent or near
thereto, so as not to injure ,any cultivation on such lands,
such earth, rubbish, or materialseas it shall or may be necessary
to remove from the place of any such work.

15. (1) For preventing damage to roads at their junction
with private roads by vehicles crossing the drains of such roads
or by the running of water from private land on to roads, the
Superintendent of Works may by notice require tje owner of
the land through which such private road runs or of such
private land as the case may be, to make such provision by the
erection of bridges, culverts or drain covers for the crossing of
the drains of the road, or by keeping open and clean the drains
at such junction as aforesaid or otherwise as may be specified
in the notice.
(2) If after the expiration of fourteen days from the date
of the service of such notice the owner fails to comply there-
with the Superintendent of Works may execute the necessary
work specified in the notice and may recover the value of such
work from the owner as a civil debt.

16. (1) If any artificial canal, conduit or pipe for the con-
veyance of water shall run along or across a road. the parts
of the road crossed or intersected by the canal, conduit, or pipe
' shall be repaired and kept in repair by the owner of the prem-
ised for the benefit of which the canal, conduit or pipe is main-
tained.
(2) If any owner as aforesaid fails to comply with 'the
provisions of the foregoing subsection the Superintendent of
Works may by notice require him to execute such works as may
be necessary for the purpose, and if after the expiration of
fourteen day from the date of the service of the notice the
owner fails to comply therewith the Superintendent of Works
may execute any necessary work specified therein and may re-
cover the expenses incurred in so doing from the owner as a
civil debt.

17. If at any time the Superintendent of Works shall deem
it necessary for the protection of any road that any drain or
outlet should be constructed on adjoining land for the convey-
ance of water from such road on to the adjoining land, or that
any existing drain or outlet on such land should be cleaned,
or that any obstruction should be removed from any existing
drain or outlet the Superintendent of Works may enter upon
such lands and execute such works.


Power to throw
rubbish on
adjacent land.



Responsibility
of owner of
private road
for repairs of
certain bridges.
and drains.










Owner of canal
or conduit
crossing a ,road
to repair the
part of the
road so crossed.


Power to open
drain for
conveying
water from
road on to
adjacent land.







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1955.


Power of
Superintendent
of Works to
erect and
maintain for
twelve months
on land
adjoining
roads.
structures
for certain
purposes.


Procedure for
obtaining
compensation


18. (1) It shall be lawful for the Superintendent of Works
to erect on any uncultivated land adjoining any road not being
land in any town or land occupied with a dwelling house, and
to maintain thereon for a period not exceeding twelve months.
such structures as he may deem necessary for the accommo-
dation of persons employed, or for the storage of materials,
machinery, and tools used or intended for use in the 'construc-
tion or maintenance of such road, and for the said period to
occupy wfth such structures such lands as may be necessary
for its convenient use and for access to the same.
(2) It shall be lawful for the Superintendent of Works
to deposit materials, machinery, and tools required for any
work authorised by this Ordinance on any uncultivated land
adjoining a road not being land in any town or land occupied
with a dwelling house and to keep such materials, machinery
and tools upon such -land for -a period not exceeding twelve
months and to occupy such land as may be necessary for,' access
to the same.
(3) It shall be lawful for the Superintendent of Works
and for all persons employed by him in any work authorised
by this Ordinance to go on to, any land which the Superintend-
ent of Works may be using or occupying or which he proposes
to use or occupy, in pursuance of the provisions of the preceding
subsections of this section.
(4) The Superintendent of Works shall give to the owner
or the occupier of any land upon which he propos-s to exercise
any power conferred upon him by subsections (1) and (2) of this
section, three days notice of his intention to exercise such power,
and shall specify in such notice the approximate position and
arda of the land required.

19. (1) Any person who considers that he is entitled to
compensation by reason of any damage resulting from the exer-
cise by the Superintendent of Works of any power conferred
upon him by sections 12, 13, 14, 17 and 18 of this Ordinance, may,
before the expiration of three months from the date on which
the Superintendent of Works ceased to exercise such powers,
notify the said Superintendent of Works that he desires to be
paid compensation in respect of such damage, and should such
person and the Superintendent of Works fail to arrive at an
agreement as to the amount of such compensation such person
may, before the expiration of six months from the aforesaid
date, make a summary application to a Judge in Chambers to
award such compensation, and the Judge shall, if he considers
that other than nominal or trifling damage has resulted from
the exercise of such powers, award such compen ,tion as he
may think just and such costs as he may consider to have been
properly incurred in connection with the application.


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(2) The procedure upon any summary application under
the preceding subsection shall be sucl as the Judge may, either
by rules made .by him, and published in the Gazette. or, in the
absence of such rules, in each case, determine.
(3) There shall be no appeal from any award made by a
Judge under the provisions of this section.
(4) The Governor shall cause such compensation as may
be agreed upon under this section, or such compensation and
costs as may be awarded by the Judge under this section, to be
paid from the Public Treasury to the person with whom such
agreement is concluded, or .to the person on who;e application
such compensation and costs were awarded, as the case may be.
(5) Save as expressly and In the manner provided by this
section no compensation shall be payable by reason of any damage
resulting from the exercise by the Superintendent of Works of
any of the powers conferred on him by sections 12, 13, 14, 17
and 18 of this Ordinance.


PART V.


TREES, HEDGES, SHRUBS, ETC.


20. Whenever any road shall-
(a) be obstructed or encroached upon by any fence, gate,
tree, brushwood, ditch, trench, enclosure or thing, or
(b) be overhung by any tree or 'by a branch of any tree
or by any brushwood, or
(c) be rendered unsafe for persons using the road by the
presence on adjoining land of a tree which is dry,
barked, dead or dying or likely to fall,
it shall be lawful for the Superintendent of Wor-s after three
days notice to the owner or occupier of the adjoining land, to
cause such fence, gate, enclosure, tree, branch, brushwood,
.ditch, trench or thing to be removed, lopped, or filled in, as
the case may require and may, if he thinks fit, recover all
expenses incurred in so doing from the person who shall have
caused such obstruction or encroachment or from the owner
or tenant of any lands wherever any such obstruction shall
exist.

21. Where a tree is in such a position that by its growth
or otherwise it causes earth to fall from the cutting or bank
at the side of a road on to the road, or on to the lateral ditches
or drains thereof, it shall be lawful for the Superintendent of
Works to notify the owner of the land upon which the tree is
situated of his intention to remove or to cut down the tree or


Obstruction etc.,
upon road.


Superintendent
of Works may
remove tree
which causes
earth to fall.


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&o. 15.


Prohibiting of
planting of
coconut trees
within thirty
feet from
centre of road.


Ccn;n.ensation
for coconut
trees cut
down.




Prohibiting
the erection
of buildings
near roads.


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1955.


a part thereof, and should such owner not elect to do the
work himself within such time as the notice shall specify, and
in the event of such owner not performing the said work within
the said time, it shall be lawful for the Superintendent of
Work to perform the same, and to leave the tree or such part
thereof as is cut down or removed on the land.

22. (1) No coconut tree shall be planted within thirty feet
from the centre of a road:
Provided that in the case of land sloping downwards from
the edge of a road, the Superintendent of Works may, if satisfied
that the safety of passengers on the road will not be at any
time thereby endangered, grant permission in writing to the
owner or occupier of such land to plant coconut trees within
a shorter distance from the centre of a road.
(2) If any coconut tree is planted in contravention of this
section, the Superintendent of Works may give notice in writing
to the owner or occupier of the land on which such ,tree is
planted to remove the same.
(3) If the person to whom such notice is given fails to
comply therewith within the time therein specined he shall
be liable to a fine not exceeding one dollar and twenty cents
for every day during which he continues to make default, .and
the Superintendent of Works may enter upon land and cause
the coconut tree to be removed, and may recover ihe expenses
incurred in so doing from the person in default as a civil debt.
(4) Nothing in this section shall affect or derogate from
the provisions of section 20 of this Ordinance.

23. Where any bearing coconut tree planted before the 31st
day of December, 1927, overhangs a road, the Superinteitdent
of. Works may, if the owner shall, at the request oF the Super-
intendent of Works, remove such coconut tree, pay as compen-
sation for the same. the sum of ten dollars:
Provided that nothing in this section shall affect or derogate
from the provisions of section 20 of this Ordinance.

24. (1) No house, building or other structure of whatever
kind shall be erected within eleven feet from the side of a road:


Provided that the provision of this section shall not apply
to any house, building, or other structure whatsoever, which
may be erected within the boundaries of any town. ,
(2) If any house or building or other structure of what-
ever kind is erected in contravention of this section the Super-
intendent of Works may give fourteen days notice in writing











to the owner of the land on which such house or building or
other structure is erected to remove the same.
(3) If the person to whom such notice is given fails to
comply therewith within the time specified therein, he shall
be liable to a fire not exceeding the sum of five dollars for every
day during which he continues to make default and the Super-
intendent of Works may cause the house or building or other
structure to be removed, and may recover the expenses incurred
in so doing from the person making default, as a civil debt.


25. For the purposes of this Ordinance the centre of a
road shall be ascertained without reference to tanks, ditches,
or side drains.

26. (1) Whenever any steep slope or bank on the lower
or upper sides of a road shall be considered by the Superin-
tendent of Works to be unsafe or likely to be dangerous to
persons using the road, the Superintendent of Works may-
(a) prohibit the cutting of any trees on such slope to a
distance of ten feet from the roadside, or
(b) prohibit the cultivation of any land on Such slope to
a distance of ten feet from the roadside, or
(c) enter upon any such land and plant and maintain a
protection hedge of trees on such slope to a distance
of ten feet from the roadside, or
(d) prohibit the working of quarries to a distance of
forty feet from the roadside.
(2) For the purposes of this section, the roadside shall be
construed as meaning the outside edge of the ditch or drain
on the side of a road, where such ditch or drain exists and if
not, the outside edge of the road -proper.

PART VI.

NUISANCES, OBSTRUCTIONS AND OTHER OFFENCES.

27. Any person who without lawful excuse:--
(a) injures, damages, obstructs, alters or in any manner
interferes with any road, made or kept in order or
repair at the public expense or any other work in
connection with such road, or
(b), destroys, pulls up, defaces, breaks or injures any mile
stone, mile post, lamp post or direction post or any
bridge, causeway, arch, wall, dam, drain or embank-
ment, abutment, mound, prop, post, lamp railing,
chain or fence, belonging to any road or put up at or
near any pit opened or used for getting road mate-
rials, or


Centre of road
deflued.


Prohibition
against cutting
trees, or
cultivation
within ten feet
or working
quarries, within
forty feet of
roadside when
necessary.


Nuisances,
obstructions,
etc. on roads.


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(c) removes any fence, post stone, log or other thing laid
or erected by the Superintendent of Works on or in
any road for the temporary prevention of the use
thereof or for preventing danger or injury to persons
passing along the same whilst undergoing repair, or
(d) gathers or heaps up or takes away dny stones, gravel,
sand or other material or any dirt, drift or soil from
any road, or
(e) makes or causes to be made any dam, ditch, drain or
watercourse upon or across any road or breaks up or
injures the surface of any road, or
(f) constructs any house or other building so as to pro-
ject or encroach upon any road, or
(g) obstructs or causes to be obstructed the passage of
water from a public road or from any ditch or drain
therefrom, or
(h) being the owner or occupier of any land, contiguous
to a road, permits any water, filth or other matter or
thing to flow from such, land into or upon the surface
of such road, or
(i) suffers any accumulation of dirt or rubbish from off
his land to impede the flow of water in any ditch or
drain of any roaa, or '
(j) cuts down any tree so that it falls upon or obstructs
any road, or
(k) having blocked or scotched the wheel of sny vehicle
allows the stone or other thing used fotl such purpose
to remain on the road after such vehicle has moved
away, or
(1) leads or drives any poundable animal on any road
without proper and sufficient assistance, or
(m) places or throws, or causes to be placed or thrown
any stones, bricks, timber, sand, lime, dung, straw,
rubbish or scourings of any ditch, or drain or other
object or thing on or in any road, and shall allow the
same to remain there except for such period as shall
be necessary for the removal thereof, or
(n) burins or barks or permits or causes to be burned or
ba.ibed any tree within a distance of one hundred feet
from a road, or
(o) ere4 any windmill so that the points thereof reach
wi fifty feet from the side off the road,
shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding
one hundred dollars and in addition, to the payment of the costs
occasioned by the damage 'one or by the removal of the obstruc-
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No. 15. Roads. 1055.


28. Any person who undermines, digs or excavates or who
causes to be undermined, dug or excavated, any ground in
such a manner that the stability of:-
(a) any part of a road, or
(b) the cutting or bank at the side of any rGad, whether
such cutting or bank is below or above the level of the
road,
is rendered or appears to be less secure, shall be guilty of an
oftence under this Ordinance and on summary conviction shall
be liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred dollars, and, in
addition, to the payment of the costs occasioned by the damage
done or by the restoration of the stability of the road affected.

29. Whoever tethers or causes to be tethered any pound-
able animal in, upon or near) a road so that such animal causes
obstruction or inconvenience to passers-by or permits or causes
any poundable animal, whether tethered or otherwise to browse
or feed upon the herbage growing on a road shall, upon the
information of any person be liable on summary conviction
to a fine not exceeding ten dollars.

30. (1) It shall be lawful for any police constable or rural
constable to seize or cause to be seized any poundable animal
found tethered or at large upon a road, and to take such animal
or cause it to be taken to the nearest Police Station to be
impounded.
(2) A notice of such impounding shall be affixed outside
the door of the nearest Police Station, which notice shall give a
description of the animal impounded and of the ulace where it
was seized, and state the reason for such seizure and impounding,
and shall notify that the animal impounded will be sold by pub-
lic auction unless the owner thereof claims the same and pays
therefore' th4 amount which shall become due under this section
within three days after the date of such notice.
(3) Upon the owner claiming such animal he shall forfeit
a sum not exceeding one dollar for the seizure and impounding
thereof, together with the rost of the keep of the same and the
sum of twenty-five cents for every twenty-four hours or frac-
tional part of twenty-four hours during which the animal has
Been impounded after the close of the day upon which the
animal was first seized.
(4) The sum specified in the preceding subsection other
than the cost in respect of the keep of the animal shall be paid
into the Treasury.
(5) If no claim be made to such animal, and if the amount
of forfeit referred to in the preceding subsections be not paid
within the three days mentioned in the notice, the officer in


Offence to dig
ground so as
to. affect
stability of a
road.








Tethering
poundable
animal on
road.



Power to seize
ard impound
arlmals found
straying on a
road.


*


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Cap. 14.
/


Closing of
rc~ics.


D'version of
trabic.


Certain
Vehicles to be
provided with
skidpan etc.


charge of the Police Station may thereafter sell such animal
by public auction and shall pay the proceeds into the Treasury.
(6) Whoever unlawfully rescues or attempts to rescue any
animal lawfully seized and remaining in lawful custody under
this Ordinance shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine
not exceeding twenty-five dollars.
(7) Nothing in this section shall apply to or affect any
offence created by or proceedings taken under section 120 of
the Summary Conviction Offences Ordinance.


PART VII.

TRAFFIC.

31. For the purpose oZ carrying out any works which he
may consider necessary or desirable in connection with the
maintenance, reconstruction, improvement and repairs of any
road the Superintendent of Works may close the whole or any
pari of such road at any time but shall whenever possible give
reasonable notice of his intention to close such road or part
thereof:
Provided that the Superintendent of Works may at any
time by notice prohibit temporarily the use of any .oad or any
part of any road where, owing to the likelihood of danger to the
public, it appears necessary to him that such prohibition should
come into force without delay.

32. The Superintendent of Works shall have power to regu-
late or stop traffic at any point where such works are in progress
in such manner as may seem best to him and shPtA issue warn-
ings and directions either by written or printed notice displayed
at some conspicuous place or by word of mouth or by erection
of barriers or otherwise.

33. (1) The owner of any waggon, wain, cart or other
carriage which is of such a weight, or which is likely when
used in conveying goods or persons to become of such a weight
as may render it necessary or desirable, when the same is descend-
ing a. hill, to tie or lock a wheel, shall provide and .keep the same
provided with a skidpan or shoe of such a width and construc-
tion as will, when properly used prevent a road from sustaining
injury, and with such chains or tackle as may be necessary for
the proper use of such skidpan or shoe.
(2) Any person driving along a road any waggon,' wain,
cart or other carriage provided with a skidpau or shoe and
such chains and tackle as aforesaid-


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(a) shall properly use the same on any wheel which he
ties or locks, and
(b) shall not tie or lock any wheel without properly using
on the same a skidpan or shoe and chains or tackle.
(3)' Any person contravening any of the provisions of this
section shall be guilty of an offence under this Ordinance.

34. Any person whoi injured any road by drawing or rolling
on it logs, stones, drums or anything of weight, otherwise than
upon a wheeled carriage, shall be guilty of an eMence under
this Ordinance.


35. If any injury to a road, retaining wall or bridge is proved
to have been caused by the driver or person in charge of a vehicle
or by any other person in contravention of this Ordinance or
any regulations or orders under this Ordinance or by negligence,
the Superintendent of Works may make good such injury and
recover the cost thereof from the owner of the vehicle as .a
civil debt.

36. (1) the Superintendent of Works may by order made
with the approval of the Governor in Council:-
(a) prohibit absolutely or on certain roads or portions
thereof the use of any particular description of vehicle
which in his opinion is likely to cause excessive wear
and tear of the road or to be dangerous or inconve-
nient to the public.
(b) restrict the speed at which motor vehicles may be
driven either generally or on any specified road or
within any defined area or place.
(2) Any person who uses a vehicle or causes or permits
a vehicle to be used in contravention of an order made under
this section shall on summary conviction be liable in the case
of a first conviction to a fine not exceeding twenty-five dollars
and in the case of a second or subsequent; conviction to a fine
not exceeding fifty dollars.


An offence to
injure a road
by drawing or
rolling on it
logs, etc.

Injury to
road, bridge
etc.





Power to
regulate
traffic.


PART VIII.

MISCELLANEOUS.


37. Any notice issued under the provisions of this Ordin-
ance or any regulation made thereunder to the owner or occupier
of -any land may be addressed to the "owner" or "occupier" of
the land (describing it) without any further name or descrip-
tion, and in determining what is reasonable time specified in
a notice the absence of the person on whom the notice is
intended to be served shall be immaterial.


Service of
notice on
owner,


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Is.ue of
notices.


Certificate of
Superintendent
of Works
prima face
evidence of
cost of repair.


App. ication of
Ordinance to
rivers etc.




Saving
Notices and
regulations Sh
force





Obstructing
persons acting
under
Ordinance.


38. All notices Issued under this Ordinance or gny regula-
tion made thereunder shall be in writing, signed by the Super-
intendent of Works and shall be delivered or sent. through the
post to the last known place of abode in the Colony of the
person for whom It shall be intended or to his agent. *

39. Where in this Ordinance the Superintendent of Works
is authorised to recover any expenses, a certificate under the
hand of the Superintendent of Works of the amount involved'
shall, without proof of signature, be prima facie evidence of
the amount payable by such person.


40. The provisions of this Ordinance with respect to roads
and the maintenance and good order( thereof shall be applicable
to any river, water course or canal which may, under this Ordin-
ance, be directed by the Superintendent of Works to be main-
tained and kept in good order for the purpose of traffic or
otherwise.

41. (1) All notices and regulations duly issued or made
under the Ordinance hereby repealed shall as far as appli-
cable for the purposes of this Ordinance, be of the same
validity and effect as if they had been made or issued under
this Ordinance.
(2) All such notices, and regulations shall remain in force
until revoked, altered or ,varied under the provisions of this
Ordinance.

42. Whosoever shall obstruct, molest, hinder, or otherwise
interfere with the Superintendent of Works, or any contractor,
agent, or servant acting under his authority, in the discharge
of any authority conferred or duly imposed on him under this
Ordinance, or shall obstruct, molest, hinder, or otherwise inter-
fere with any other person having authority to act under this
Ordinance and acting under such authority shall be deemed
guilty of an offence under this Ordinance.


Punishment 43. Every person who commits an offence under this Ordin-
for offences ance shall, unless otherwise provided for, be punishable on
not specified, summary conviction by a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars,
and, in the case of, a continuing offence in respect of which he
has previously been convicted, on a subsequent summary con-
viction by a further fine not exceeding two dollars for every
day during which such offence is continued after such previous
conviction.


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1'Th. 15. Roads. 1955.


44. Any information; complaint or charge 'may be exhibited
by any person against any other person for having committed
any offence contrary to the provisions of this Ordinance before
the Magistrate of the District and such information and com-
plaint or charge shall be heard andi determined by such Magis-
trate, and the mode of procedure and of enforcing the payment
of every fine or penalty and the, payment of costs, if any, shall
be according to the provisions of the law for the time being
regulating the procedure before Magistrates in respect of sum-
mary conviction offences.

*45. The Governor in Council may by order proclaim crea-
tion or cessation of a public road.


46. (1) The Governor in Council may make regulations:-,
(a) declaring the width of any road or class of road;
(b) prescribing the gross weights allowed on any particu-
lar road or class of road and the methods for ensuring
that those weights are not exceeded;
(c) prohibiting any practice which may lead to the
obstruction of roads, and for preventing nuisances on
roads;
(d) regulating and restricting the use of heavy vehicles
on roads;
(e) imposing tolls or charges on vehicles using any speci-
fied road, bridge .or part of road, and providing for
all matters necessary for the management and collec-
tion thereof;
(f) providing for the control, maintenance, protection and
drainage of the roads;
(g) for securing the safety of the public on the use of
roads and for directing the doing of any work or taking
of any precaution to effect that purpose-
(h) for the general regulation of the traffic on roads and
for the survey, control, use, management, construction
and repair thereof and of all bridges:
(i) for the care and protection of any bridges, aqueducts,
retaining or embankment walls 'or embankment
fences on or used in connection with any road, and
to prevent the removal of gravel, boulders, earth -or
any other material ffom the vicinity of such. bridges,
aqueducts, retaining or embankment walls or embank-
ment fences;
(j) for directing any river, water course or canal or any
part thereof to be maintained in good order for the
purpose of protecting any bridges, aqueducts, retain-
ing or embankment walls or embankment fences;


Information,
etc., to be
exhibited
before
Magistrate.






Governor may
create road by
proclamation.

SPower to make
regulations.


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Repeal and
Saving.
No. 11 of 1949.


(k) prescribing the maximum dimensions of vehicles of
any kind or of any parts of them or of the loading
of them;
(1) generally for restricting or regulating the use of
vehicles in such a manner as circumstances may
appear to him to require, and
(m) otherwise for the purpose of more effectively carrying
this Ordinance into effect.
(2) Regulations made under this section may prescribe in
respect of any contravention thereof or failure to comply there-
with a penalty not exceeding fifty dollars on summary convic-
tion.

47. The Roads Ordinance, 1949, is hereby repealed:
Provided that all rules or orders made under the Ordinance
hereby repealed and in force at the time of coming into opera-
tion of this Ordinance shall be deemed to have been made
and given ,under this Ordinance, and shall continue in force
until other provision shall 'be made by virtue, of this Ordinance.


SCHEDULE A.

Description of Roads in the North-Western Road District, Saint Vincent.


1ST CLASS.
Sections 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. 11 and 12
of the Leeward Road





2ND CLASS.
Buccament. Road


Cumberland Valley RoadI



Troumaca-Palmyra Roacd


-Commencing at the Southern entrance of
the Town of Layou in the Parish of Saint
Andrew proceeding through the Towns
of Barrquallie and Chateaubelair on to
the beach at Richmond Vale Estate.

Commencing at its junction. with Section
-? cf the Leeward 1st Class RJad at Cant
Gr've Estate and terminating at Ver-
mcnt Village.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
8 o* the Leeward 1st Class Rc'1d at Coce.a
Village, proceeding through Spring Vil-
lage and terminating at Hermitage.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
9 of the Leeward, 1st Class Road and
continuing through Rose Hall Village and'
terminating at the Palmyra Works.


Roads.








No. 15. Roads. 1955.


3RD CLASS.
Sharpes-Palmyna, Road



Chateaubelair Road



Texier Road


Bellewood Road



4TH CLASS.
Boisdennes, Road



Reversion Road



L'Anse Mahaut Road




Lett's Wood Road



King's Pleasure Road


La Bale R-ad


Tuscany Road


Arsenoe Farm Road


Clhpham-Rutland Vale Road


-Commencing at its junction with Section
.0 of the Leeward 1st Class Road and
proceeding on to the Palmyla Ridge via
Schwartz.
-Commencing at the Northern boundary of
the Town of Chateaubelair and termin-
,A.ting at the District Medical Officer's
quarters.
-Commencing at its junction ith Section
4 of the Leeward 1st Class Road through
Layou on to Texier Village.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
4 of the Leeward 1st Class Road at Rut-
land ValeEstate and proceeding on to
the Maloney Ridge.

-Commencing at its junction with Section
5 of the Leeward 1st Class Road at Pe-
ter' Hope Estate and proced.t' on to
Boisdennes.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
5 of the Leeward 1st Class Road at Bar-
rouallie and terminating at j ack Hughes
Hill.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
6 of the Leeward 1st Class FRad at Wal-
ilabou, proceeding through L'Anse Ma-
haut and terminating at Cumberland
Bay.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
12 of the Leeward 1st Class Road at the
Richmond Vale Estate Works and pro-
c&eding to Lett's Wood and Crown Lands.
-Commencing at its junction with the
Lett's Wood 4th Class Road and termin-
ating at King' Pleasure.
-Commencing at its junction with the
.Lett's Wood 4th Class Road and proceed-
ing to La Bale.
-Comnmencing .at its junction with the
L.ett's Wood 4th Class Road and proceed-
ing to Tuscany.
-Commencing at its junction with the La
3aie Road and terminating, at Arsenoe
Farm.
-Commencing at its junction with the
Bellewood 3rd Class Road and terminat-
ing at Rutland Crown Lands.


Roads.


1955.


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No. 15. Roads. 1955.

Cumberland Valley Lana Settlement
Roads -All roads through the Cumberland Valley
Lard Settlement Estates in the Parish of
Saint Patrick exclusive of the Cumber-
land Valley 2nd Class Road.
Linley Valley Land Settlement Roads-All roads through the Linley Valley
Land Settlement Estates in the Parish of
Saint David exclusive 'of the Troumaca-
Palmyra and Sharpes-Palmyra Roads.
Lammies Mountain Road -Cummencing at its junction with Section
5 of the Leeward 1st Class Road and
terminating at Lammies Estate.
Westwood-Palmyra Crown Lands Commencing at its junction with Section
Road -8 of the Leeward 1st Class Read and pro-
ceeding to the Crown Lands at Palmyra.
Sharpes-Palmyra Crown Lands Road-Continuation of Sharpes-Palmyra 3rd
Class Road on to Crown Lands at Pal-
myra.
Lett's Wood Crown Lalnds Road -Cortinuation of the Lett's Wood 4th Class
Road on to Crown Lands at Lettos Wood.
Soufriere :Mountain Road --Commencing at Wallibou Bay and pro"
ceeding up along the western escarp-
ment to the western ridge on La Soufri-
ere Mountain.
Wallibou-Fancy Road -dCommencing at the beach on Richmond
Vale Estate proceeding through Wallibou
Estate, Windsor Forest Crown Lands and
terminating on the Fancy Estate.



SCHEDULE B.
Description of Roads in the Southl-Western Road District, Saint Vincent
IST CLASs.
Section 1 of the Windward Road -Commencing at Sion Hill Market and
terminating at the Arnos Vale Bridge.
Sections 1, 2, and 3 of the Leeward
Road -C )mmencing at the western exit of the
Town of Kingstown and terminating at
the southern entrance of Town of Layou.
Cane Garden Road -Commencing at its junction with the
Kinstown Hill Road, proceeding through
Cane Garden Estate and terminating at
Sion Hill Market.
Murray Road -Commencing at French's Gate at Kings-
town, proceeding through Richmond Hill
Estate and terminating at Sion Hill
Market







Roads.


* Sion Hill Road


Road through Kingstown



Cathedral Road




Fort Charlotte Road




iEdinboro Road


Government House Road


2ND CLASS.
Dorsetshire Hill Road


Grammar School Road



Camden Park Road


Kingstown Park Road




Bowood Road '


3RD CLASS.
Hope Road


-Commencing at Freneh's Grite at Kings-
town, proceeding through Sion Hill Es-
tate and terminating at SiorfHill Market.
-Commencing at French's Gkte proceed-
ing through the Town of Kingstown
and terminating at Section 1 of the
Leeward 1st Class Road.
-Commencing at Paul's Avenue in. the
Town of Kingstown, proceeding in a
westerly direction through Kingstown
Park and terminating on tl'e Bowood
1st Class Road.
-Commencing at its junction with the
Road through Kingstown 1st Class Road,
proceeding through Montobello Estate
and terminating at Fort Charlptte Cita-
del
-Commencing at its junction with the
Fort Charlotte 1st Class Poad and ter-
mihating at Edinboro Road.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
1 of the Leeward 1st Clas, Road and
terminating at Government House.

-Commencing at Sion Hill Market proceed-
ing through Dorsetshire Hill Estate and
terminating at Orange Grcve Estate.
-Commencing at Government Office Yard
proceeding through the Grammar School
Grounds and'terminating kit the Murray
Ro0d 1st Class Road.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
of the Leeward 1st Class Road and
terminating at Camden Park Bay.
-Commencing at its junction with Paul's
Avenue in Kingstown, proceeding through
Kingstown' Park and terminating on the
Bowood 2nd Class Road at Montrose
.state.
-4Commencing at its junction with the
North River Road in thp Tnown of Kings-
own, proceeding through Kingstown
'ark and Montrose Estates and termin-
'ating at 'Bowood Estate.

-Commencing at its junction with Section
3 of the Leeward 1st Class Road at
Pembroke Hill and terminating at the
Buccament. River.


1956.


No. 15.






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Roads.


No. 15.


Clare Valley-Questelles Road

*

Richmond Hill Land Settlement
Roads


Sion Hill Village Roads

Murray Village Roads

Clare Valley-Questelles Lnd Settle-
ment Roads

Newtown Village Roads


Edinboro Village Road


Bequia Roads


4TH CLASS.
Millar's Ridge' Road




Pope-America Road


Lowman-Calvaries Road


Maloney Road


Retreat Road



,Camden Park Mt. Road



Ross Castle Road


1055.


-Commencing at its junction with Sectidh
2 of the Leeward 1st Class Road and ter-
minating at Clare Valley Bay with
branch to Questelles Village.

-JAll roads through the Richmond Hill Land
Settlement Estate in the Parish of Saint
George.
-All roads through Sion Hill Village in the
Parish of Saint George.
-All roads through Murray Village in the
Parish of Saint George.
All roads through Clare Valley and Ques-
-telles Land Settlement Estates in the 4
Parish of Saint George.
-Commencing .at its junction with the
Kingstown Park Byeway and terminat-
ing in Newtown Village.
-Commencing at its junction with the Fort
Charlotte 1st Class Road terminating in
Edinboro Village.
-All roads through the Island of Bequia,
exclusive of those in the I own of Port
Elizabeth.

-Commencing at its junction with the Dor-
retshire Hill 2nd Class Road proceeding
through Orange Grove and terminating
at Lauders Estate in the Parish of Saint
George.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
2 of the Leeward 1st Class Road at
Chaincey and terminating at America.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
1 of the Leeward 1st Class Road and ter-
iminating at Margaret Gumbs.
-Commencing at Queensbury Works and
terminating at Maloney Village.

-Commencing at Retreat on the Bucca-
ment 2nd Class Road crossing the
Bucciamerlt River on through Francois
and terminating at Dubois Village.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
2 of the Leeward 1st Class Road, pro-
ceeding through Kennedy Mountain and
terminating at York Mountoin.
-Commencing at Edinboro Village and
.roceeding through Ross Castle to
Low Point.









1955.


,Dubois-Francois Road -Commencing at the junctir.n with the
Retreat 4th Class Road and terminating
at Dubois Village.
Vermont Road -Commencing at Vermont Village and
terminating at Paradise.
Paradise-Maloney Crown Lands Road-Continuation of the Maloney 4th Class
Road.

SCHEDULE C.

Description of Roads in the South-Eastern Roads District, Sain', Vincent.
- 1ST CLASS.


Sections 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 of the
Windward Road



Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the Vigie
Road -




2ND CLASS.
Belmont Road



Mt. Pleasant-Calder Road



Glen-Fairhall Road



3RD CLASS.
Mesopotamia Road



Lowmans Road



Hopewell-Richland Park Poad


-Commencing at the Arnos Vale Bridge
and proceeding through tb. Town of
Calliaqua and terminating at the bridge
at North Union River.

-Commencing at the Arno-: Vale Bridge
and proceeding through the Yambou
Pars and terminating at its junction
with Section 6 of the Windward 1st
Class Road at Peruvian Vale.

-Commencing at its junction with Section
2 of the Vigie 1st Class Road and termin-
ating at the Northern boundary of the
Town of Calllaqua.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
5 of the Windward 1st Class Road, pro-
ceeding through Cald: r Estate and ter-
minating on Section 3 of the Vigie Road.
-Commencing at the Northern boundary
of the Town of Calliaqua, proceeding
through Fairhall and terminating at
Belmont Estate.

-Commencing at its junction with Section
4 of the Vigie Road, proceeding through
Hopewell Estate and terminating at the
Greggs River.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
7 of the Windward 1st Class Road, pro-
ceeding through Lowmans Village and
terminating at Greggs River.
-Commencing at its junction with the
Mesopotamia Road, proceeding through
Hopewell Estate and terminating at
Richland Park Estate.
i
*


No. 15.


Roads.








No. 15.


Dumbarton Road



St. Sylvan's Road



Harmony Hall Road



Carapan Road



Gomea Valley Road



Biabou-Pairbairn Road


Biabou Village Road

Belvidere-Brighton RoIdi



Belvidere-Glamorgan Road


Mt. Pleasant Estate Road




Victoria Village R d



Calder-Stubbs Road



Akers Hill Road


Roads


1955.


-Commencing at its junction with Section
3 of the Vig.ie 1st Class Roaid, proceeding
:'rough Dumbarton and t-r:ninating at
the Carriere Estate Works.
-Co;-mnencing at its junction with Section
4 of the Windward 1st Class Road and
terminating at Section 2 of the Belmont
2rn Class Road.
--Commencing at its junction with Section
3 of the Windward 1st Class 'oad, pro-
ceeding through Harmoi:.y HEll Estate
and terminating at Belmont rstlte.
-( or rnencir .- at its junction witn Section
4 of the Windward 1st Class Road, pro-
ceeding through Rivulet Estate and ter-
minating at St. Sylvan's Estite,
-Commencing at its junction with Section
1 of the Vigie 1st Class Roa'd at Foun-
taip gap, proceeding throi;In Dpauphnie
and terminating at Eveshia::.
-Commencing at its juncti~o with the
VMesopotamia Road and terminating at
Bi..bou Village.
-All roads through Biabou Village in the
Parish of Charlotte.
--,-.mmencing at its junction \xith Section
4 of the Windward 1st Class Road at
Belvidere and termination at Biabou
Village.
--Commencing at the boundary of the
Belvidere Estate, and terminating at
Glnmorgan Village.
--Commencing at its junction with Section
5 of the Windward 1st Class Hioad at Mt.
Pleasant, proceeding through Mt. Pleas-
a,nt Estate and terminating on Section 5
of the Windward 1st Cla,,, Road.
-Cormmencing at its junction v.ith Section
5 of the Windward 1st Cla-s Road at
Stubbs and terminating 2t Victoria
Village.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
5 of the Wi-'ward 1st Class Road at
Stubbs and terminating on the Calder
Ridge.
-Commencing at its junction with the Mt.
Pleasant-Calder Road and terminating
,at Section 6 of the Windward 1st Class
Road at Escape.








Road~s.


No. 15.


Belair Roads


13elair-Gomea Road



Eyry Hill Road



-4TH CLASS.
Golden Vale Road



Welcome Road

Collins-Little, London Road


Kilburnie Road

Corams-Golden Grove Road


Carriere Road

Montreal Road
*

Treeland-Farm Road



Kilburnie-Golden Grove Road

Carriere-Golden Grove Road

Carrire-Corams Road

Farm West Road

Farm East Road

Kelley-Stewart-Greggs Road


.1955.


-All roads through the Belair Land Settle-
ment Estate in .the Parish of Saint
George.
-Commencing at Belair Village, proceeding
to Pilgrim's Hill, continuing through
Evesham and terminating at Section 3
of Vigie.
-C mmencing at its junction with Section
2 of the Vigie 1st Class Road and termin-
ating at Waterhouse, with a branch
from Eyry Ridge to Evesham Village.

-Co'mmencing at the Northern bouridary
of -the Town of Calliaqua, proceeding
through Choppins Estate and terminat-
ing at Harmony Hall Estate.
-Commencing at Dauphnie Works and
terminating at Welcome village.
-Commencing at Evesham Village Road,
proceeding through Collins to Reilly's
Village.
-Commencing at Kilburnie's. Village and,
terminating at Reilly's.
-Commencing at Upper Gcmea Village,
proceeding through Kilburnie's and
terminating at Golden Grove. .
-Commencing at the Carriere River and
terminating at Evesham V:'lage.
-Commencing at its junction' with the
Hopewell-Richland Park 3rd Class Road
and terminating at Montreal.
-Commencing at its junction with the
Mesopotamia 3rd Class Road, proceed-
ing through Freeland Village and ter-
minating at Farm Estate
-Commencing at Kilburnie and terminat-
ing at Golden Grove Estate.
-Commencing ,at Carrierc River and
terminating at Golden Grove Estate.
-Commencing at Carriere Works and
,terminating at Corams.
-Western branch from Freeland Village
to Farm Estate.
-Eactern branch from Freeland Village
to Farm Estate.
-Continuation of the Montreal 4th iass
* Road to Crown Lands at Stewart Greggs
Mountain.






86 a.

Roads.


Joseph's Land Road


Whim



Glamorgan Road


Brighton Village Roads


1855.


-Commencing at its junction with the
Carapan 3rd Class Road and terminat-
ing at Joseph's Land.
-Commencing at its junction with Section
2 of the Vigie 1st Class Road and termin-
ating at its junction with the Belmont
2nd Class Road.
-Commencing at its junction with the Bel-
mont 2nd Class Road and terminating
at Glamorgan.
-All the roads through Brighton Village
in the Parish of Saint George.


SCHEDULE D.
Description of Roads in the North-Eastern Road District, Saint Vincent.
1ST CLASS.
Sections 8, 9, 13, 11, 12 an i 13. of the
Windward Road -Commencing at the Union .Bridge, pro-
ceeding through the Town of George-
town and terminating at the Langley.
Park Bridge.
2ND CLASS.
New Adelphi Load -Co'mmencing at its junction with Section
8 of the Windward 1st Class Road at
Sans Souci through Diamond and ter-
minating at New Adelphi Village.
South Rivers Road --Commencing at South Rivers and ter-
minating at the Colonarie Bridge on
Section 9 of the Windward 1st Class
Road.
Mt. William Road -Commencing at its junction with Section
11 of the Windward 1st Class Road at
Byera, proceeding through Mt. William
Estate and terminating at. Dicksons
Village.
Carib Coast Road -Commencing at the Langley Park Bridge
and terminating at the New Sandy Bay
Village.
3RD CLASS.
Diamond Village Road -Commencing at its junction with Section
9 of the Windward 1st Class Road at Mt.
Greenan and terminating at Diamond
Village.
Park Hill-Mt. Greenan Road -Commencing at its junction with the
South Rivers 2nd Class Road, proceeding
through Park Hill Village and terminat-
ing at Section 9 of the Windward 1st
Class Road at Mt. Greenan.







87

No: 15. Roads. 1955.

.New Grounds Road -Commencing at its junction with Section
8 of the Windward 1st Class Road 'to
New Grounds Village and branch to
Sans Souci River.
Park Hill Land Settlement Roads -All the roads through the Park Hill
Land Settlement Estates in the Parish
oi Charlotte.
Three Riverd Land Settlement Roads--All the roads through the Three Rivers
Land Settlement Estate in the Parish
of Charlotte.
New Adelphi Land Settlement Roads-All roads through the New Adelphi Land
Settlement Estate in the Parish of Char-
lotte.
4TH CLASs.
New Adelphi Road -Continuation of the New Adelphi 2nd
CJass Road to Lauders and Northl Union
Estate in the Parish of Charlotte.
Locust Valley Road -Continuation of the Mt. Bentinck 1st
Class Road to Locust Valley.
Carib Cokst Road -Continuation of the Carib Coast 2nd
Class Road terminating at Fancy Estate
in the Parish of Charlotte.
* Lot 14 Road -Commencing at its junction with Carib
< Coast 2nd Class Road at Rabaca and
terminating at Lot 14 Estate.
Lauders Road -Commencing at Lauders Estate on the
Mesopotamia 3rd Class Road and ter-
minating at Colonarie Level.
Orange Hill Mt. Road -Commencing at its junction with Carib
Coast 2nd Class Road and terminating
at Orange Hill Mt.
Perseverance Road -Continuation of Mt. Bentinck 2nd Class
Road through Perseverance Estate ter-
/ininating at Grand Sable Estate.
Overland Mt. Road -Commencing at its junction with Carib
Coast 2nd Class Road at. Overland and
terminating at Waterloo Mt
Cayo Road -Commencing at its junction with the
Carib Coast 2nd Class Road at Cayo and
proceeding up along the Lank of the
Cayo River ,to Sandy Bay Mountain.
Sandy Bay Land Settlement Roads -All the roads through the Sandy Bay
Land Settlement Lands in the Parish of
Charlotte.
Barrington -Commencing at its junction with the
Carib Coast 2nd Class Road and termin-
ating at Barrington Crowni Lands.









'No. 15.

Soufriere Road




Waterloo Mt.


s1955.


-Commencing at its junction with the Lot
14 4th Class Road and proceeding along
the eastern escarpment of La Soufriere
Mt. and terminating at the ridge over-
looking the crater Lake.
-Commencing at its junction with the
Carib Coast 2nd Class Road and ter-
miinating at Waterloo Mountain.


SCHEDULE E.

First Class Roads.


SL. David
St. Patrick
St. Andrew
St. George









Charlotte






St David
St. Patrick
St. Andrew

St. George


-Sections 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, Leeward.
-Sections 4, 5, 6 and 7, Leeward.
-Sections 1, 2 .and 3, Leeward.
-Kingstown
Sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Windward
Cane Garden
Murray
Sion Hill
Cathedral
Fcrt Charlotte
Edinboro
Government House
Sections 1, 2 and 3, Vigie.
_Sections 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 Wind-
ward Section 4, Vigie.


SCHEDULE F. '
Second Class Roads.
__Troumaca-Palmyra.
-Cumberland Valley.
-Buccament
Cam den Park.
-Grammar School
Bowood
Kingstown Park
Dorsetshire Hill
Belmont
Mt. Pleasant-Calder
Glen-Fairhall.
-New Adelphi
South Rivers
Mt. William
Mt. Bentinck
Cairib Coast.


Charlotte


Roads.









~o. 15. Roads. 1955.


'.t. David

St. Patrick


SCHEDULE H.


Fourth Class Roads.


-Lett's Wood
King's Pleasure
La Baie
Tuscany
Arsenoe Farm


SCHEDULE G.
Third Class Roads.
-Sharpes-Palmyra
Chateaubelair.
-Texier
Bellewood.
-Hope
Clare Valley-Questelles
Clare Valley Questelles Land Settlenlent.
-Richmond Hill Land Settlement
Sion Hill Village
Murray Village
Edinboro Village
Newtown Village
Hiopewell-Richland Park
Dumbarton
St. Sylvan's
Harmony Hall
Carapan
Gomea Valley
Belvidere-Brighton
Belvidere-Glamorgan
Victoria Village
Calder-Stubbs
Akers Hill
Belair
Belair-Gomea
Eyry Hill.
-Lowmans
Liabou-Fairbairn
Bisbou Village
Diamond Village
Park Hill-Mt. Greenan
New Grounds
Pprk Hill Land Settlement
Three Rivers Land Settlement
New Adelphi. Land Settleme(nt
Mesopotamia.
-Bequia.


St. Andrew


St George

















Charlotte









Grenadines


St David


Roads.


1 1955.


No. 15.








No. 19.


.L. Patrick





St. Andrews








St. George

















Charlotte


Roads.


1055.


Linley Valley Land Settlement
Westwood-Palmyra
Lett's -Wood Crown Lands
Sovfriere (Leeward)
Willibou-Fancy.
-Boisdennes
Reversion
I 'Anse Mahaut
Cl-apham-Rutland Vale
Cumberland Valley Land Settlement
Lammies.
-Hope-America
Lowmans-Calvaries
Maloney
Retreat
Camden Park Mountain
Dubois-Francois
Vermont
Paradise-Maloney
Ross Castle.
-Miller's Ridge
'.olden Vale
Welcome
Collins-Little London
Kilburnie
Corams-Golden Grove
Carriere
Montreal
Freeland-farm
Kilburnie-Golden Grove
CarriLre-Golden Grove
Carri6re-Corams
PFarm East
Farm West
Kelly-Stewart Greggs
Joseph's Land
Whim
Glamorgan
Brighton Village.
-New Adelphi
Locust Valley
Carib Coast
Lot 14
Lauders
Orange Hill Mountain
Perseverance
Overland Mountain
Cayo








No. 15. Roads. 1055.

Sandy Bay Land Settlement
Barrington
Soufriere (Windward)
Waterloo Mountain.



SCHEDULE J.

Notice of Appraisement.
To A. B., owner or occupant of (here state name ,and locality of land), or his agent.
Take notice, that a portion of the road at (here state locality of road) has become
impassable and will probably so remain for the space of (here state probable
time), and that it has become necessary to lay out a new line of road on your land
adjoining to the said road for the public use during the time aforesaid, .
You are therefore required to meet the undersigned at the said (locality) on the
day of -at the hour of when and where the
undersigned will appraise the sum to be paid as compensation for the use of the
said land by the public' during thel time aforesaid.
'- (Signed) A. B.
Superintendent of Works.


Passed the Legislative Council this 4th day of November, 1955.

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Acting Clerk of Legislative Council.
(J. 2/1946).


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SAINT VINCENT.


No. of 1955.





BILL FOR

AN ORDINANCE to make provision for the creation of a Public*
Service Commission.

Enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent.


1. This Ordinance) may be cited as the Public Service Com- Short title.
mission Ordinance, 1955.

2. In this Ordinance- Interpretation.
"public office means any office of emolument in (the public
service;
"Public Officer" means the holder of any public office and
'includes any person appointed to act in any such office;
"the public service" means the service of the Crown in respect
of the government of the Colony.

3. In the exercise of all functions conferred onr him by this Governor's
Ordinance the Governor shall not be obliged to consult with the power.
Executive Council of the Colony.

4. The appointment, promotion, transfer, dismissal and Public
disciplinary control of public officers is hereby vested in the Officers.
Governor.







Public Service Commission.


Creation of
Public Service
Commission.












Functions of
Public Service
Commission.


Power to make
regulations.


5. (1) There shall be in and for the Colony, a Public
Service Commission (hereinafter referred to as "the Commis-
sion) and, subject to the provisions of subsection (3) of this
section, ,the Commission shall consist of such persons, appointed
in such manner as may be prescribed by regulations made under
this Ordinance.
(2) The Governor may terminate the ,appointment of any
member of the Commission and, subject as aforesaid, the members
of the Commission shall hold office upon such terms and condi-
tions as may be prescribed by regulations made under this
Ordinance.
(3) No person shall be appointed as, or shall remain, a
member of the Commission if he is a Member of the Legislative
Council of the Colony.

6. (1) The Governor may refer to the Commission for their
advice any question relating to the appointment (including pro-.
motion and transfer) or to the dismissal or other disciplinary
control of public officers or of any public officer, or to any other
matter which, in his opinion, affects the public service:
Provided that no judge or magistrate shall be regarded, for
the purposes of his section, as a public officer.
(2) It shall be the duty of the Commission to advise the
Governor on any question which he shall refer to it in accordance
with the provisions of this section, but the Governor shall not
be required to act in accordance with the advice to him given by
the Commission.

7. The Governor may make regulations for giving effect to
:he provisions of this Ordinance, and in particular and without
prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power may by such
regulations make provision for all or any of the following matters,
that is to say-
(a) the membership of the Commission;
(b) the appointment, tenure of office and terms of service
of members of the Commission.
(c) the organisation of the work of the Commission and
the manner in which the Commission shall perform its
functions;
(d) consultation by the Commission with persons other than
members of the Commission;
(e) the appointment, tenure of office and terms of service
of staff to assist the Commission in the performance of
its functions;
(f) the delegation to any member of the Commission of all
or any of the powers or duties of the Commission;


1955.







No. Public Service Commission. 1955.


(g) the protection and privilege of members of the Commis-
sion in respect of the performance of their duties and the
privilege of communication to and from the Commission
in case of legal proceedings;
(h) the definition and trial of offences connected with the
functions of the Commission and the imposition of
penalties for such offences;
Provided that no penalty shall exceed a fine of four
hundred and eighty dollars and imprisonment for a term
of one year.



Passed the Legislative Council this day of 1955.
Clerk of Legislative Council.
(A. 40/1949).

OBJECTS AND REASONS.

The object of this Bill is to create a Statutory Body to advise the Governor
on matters relating to the appointment, promotion, transfer, dismissal and dis-
ciplinary control of public officers or on any matter which in the opinion of the
Governor affects the public service.

The Bill follows the provisions of sections 64 and 66 of the Trinidad and
Tobago (Constitution) Order in Council, 1950.
B. F. DIAS, -
Acting Crown Attorney.
Crowh Attorney's Chambers,
Court House,
Kingstown,
16th November, 1955.


















SAINT VINCENT.

No. of 1955.





BILL FOR

AN ORDrNANCE further to amend the Workmen's Compensation
Ordinance, 1939.
*1
i * [1


Enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Workmen's Compensa-
tion (Amendment) Ordinance, 1955, and shall be read as one
with the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1939, (hereinafter
referred to as the principal Ordinance) and all amendments
thereto.

2. Subsection (1) of section. 2 of the principal Ordinance is
hereby amended-


(a) by deleting the words "two hundred pounds" appearing
in the third line of paragraph (a) of the Proviso to the
definition of "Workmen" therein and substituting there-
for the words "two hundred and fifty pounds";
(b) by deleting paragraphs (g) and (h) of the said Proviso.

3. Subsection (1) of section 3 of the principal Ordinance
' is hereby amended by deleting paragraph (b) of the Proviso
thereto and replacing it as follows:-,
"(b) in respect of an injury to a workman resulting from an
accident which is directly attributable to the workman
having been at the time thereof under the influence of
drink or drugs."


Short title.

No. 21 of 1939.



Section 2 of
principal
Ordinance
amended.


Seet:on 3 of
principal
Ordinance
amended.




,2 a


2

Workmen's Compensation (Amendment).


Section 4 of
principal
Ordinance
amended.
No. 5 of 1949.


1955.


4. Subsection (1) of section 4 of the principal Ordinance as
repealed and replaced by the Workmen's Compensation Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1949, is hereby amended-
(a) by deleting the 'words "thirty-six months' wages or three
hundred pounds" appearing in the fourth and fifth lines
of sub-paragraph (i) of paragraph (a) thereof and substi-
tuting therefore the words "forty-two months' wages or
three hundred and fifty pounds";
(b) by deleting the symbol and: figure "5" appearing in
brackets in line eighteen of sub-paragraph (ii) of para-
graph (a) thereof and substituting therefore the words
"ten pounds";
tc) by deleting paragraph (b) thereof and replacing it as
follows:-
"(b) Where permanent total disablement results from
the injury-
(i) in the case of an adult, a sum. equal to fifty-
four months' wages or four hundred and fifty
pounds, whichever is less, and
(ii) in the case of a minor, a sum equal to one hun-
dred and eight months wages or four hundred
and fifty pounds, whichever is less";
(d) by deleting the second marginal note opposite to para-
graph (b) thereof and replacing it opposite to paragraph
(c) thereof;
(e) by deleting sub-paragraphs (i) and (ii) of paragraph
(d) thereof and replacing them as follows:-
"(i) in the case of an | adult, of a sum equal to
our ninths of his monthly wages, and


(f)
*


Section 5 of
principal
Ordinance
amended.

Section 11 of
principal
Ordinance
amended.


(ii) in the case of a minor, of a sum equal to five-
ninths of his monthly wages;" and
by deleting the words "four weeks" appearing in the
second, line of the second Proviso to paragraph (d)
thereof and substituting therefore the words "ten days."


5. Subsection (1) of section 5 of the principal Ordinance
is hereby amended by substituting the words "sixteen pounds,
seventeen shillings and six pence" for the words "twelve pounds
and ten shillings" wherever these 'words occur in the Proviso
thereto. .
6. Section 11 of the principal Ordinance is hereby amended )
by the addition thereto of the following new sub-section:-
"(7) subject to the provisions of the proceeding subsections
of this section, an injured workman-
*









No. Workmen's Compensation (Amendment). 1955.


(a) shall be supplied by the employer with such medi-
cal, surgical and pharmaceutical aid as shall be
recommended by the medical practitioner and which
shall not in any case exceed in the cost the sum of
twenty pounds;
(b) shall be supplied by the. employer with such artifi-
cial limbs or surgical appliances as shall be consid-
ered necessary and be recommended by the medical
practitioner;
and
(c) shall be supplied by the employer with reasonable
conveyance .whenever the said workman shall be
required by the employer or by the medical practi-
tioner to attend for medical examination or treat-
ment at a place outside the medical district in which
the workman resides."

Passed-the Legislative Council this day of 1955.

Clerk of Legislative Council.
(J. 34/1948).

OBJECTS AND REASONS.

The objects of this Bill are-
(a) to increase the amount of compensation payable to an injured workman
by his employer;
(b) to increase the amount of burial expenses payable by an employer;
(c) to limit further the periods of incapacity during which no compensation
is payable for the first three days;
(d) to bring clerical workers, shop assistants and domestic servants within
the definition of "Workmen" for the purpose of compensation for injuries;
and
(e) to provide that medical, surgical ,and pharmaceutical aids as well as
artificial limbs and surgical appliances be supplied to the injured work-
man by the employer whenever necessary.
B. F. DIAS,
Acting Crown Attorney.

Crown Attorney's Chambers,
Court House,
Kingstown.
15th July, 1955.




REGISTA's OFFICE,
1st December, 1955.
The following Jury List is published in conformity with Section 8 and Form A of the Schedule
of the Jury Ordinance 1938, and notice is hereby given that any objection thereto will be heard
and determined by a Judge in Chambers at the Court House in Kingstown.

C. E. A. RAWLE,
Registrar.


William Jackson
Le Roy
Thelma
Arnott
Sydney
Clive
Ernest
George
Alpheus Clarence
Percival
Charles
Cornelius Leopold
Edna Beatrice
Solomon
Clairmont
George
William
Ardon
Rudolph
Percy
Amy
Jonathan
Amos
Amos
Alfred
Galbraith
John


Place of Abode.


Ratho Mill
Kingstown



Sion Hill
Orange Hill
Frenches
Kingstown
Kingstown



Arnos' Vale
Troumaca
White Chapel
Troumaca
Kingstown
Kingstown

Kingstown
Enhams
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Chili
Kingstown
"


Jurors' Name. '
Surname. Christian Name.


* Quality, -Calling
Business.


Merchant
Clerk
Married Woman
Mechanic
Proprietor
Clerk
Overseer
Merchant
Clerk
Clerk
Tailor
Tailor
Married Woman
Proprietor
Proprietor
Clerk
Proprietor
Clerk
Shipwright
Laundryman
Housewife
Trader
Proprietor
Merchant
Estate Overseer
Clerk
Peasant Proprie


or Nature of Whether qualt-
Qualifica- fled as a
tion. Special Juror.

Inconie Yes
Yes
,, No
Yes
No
,, Yes
S', Yes
Freehold Yes
Income Yes
,, 'Yes
Yes
No
No
Freehold Yes
Income No
,, Yes
No
Yes
,, Yes
,, Yes
No
2 ,, Yes
, No
Freehold Yes
Income No
,, 1 No
to ,, No


Abbott,
Adams,
Adams,
Agard,
Agard,
Alexander,
Alexander,
Alexander,
Allen,
Ambrose,
Anderson,
Anderson,
Anderson,
Andrews,
Anthony,
Anthony,
Anthony,.
Antrobus,
Antrobus,
Ash,
Babb,
Babb,
Bacchus,
Bacchus,
Bailey,
Bailey,
Bailey,









Jurors' Name. Quality, Calling or Nature of Whether qualt-
Surname. Christiaj. Name. Place of Abode. Business. Qualifica- fled as a
tion. Special Juror.


Maurice
Olive
Samuel Nathaniel
Basil
Eitel Alva
Frank
Andrew
Samuel Douglas
Beryl
Noel Oswald Durrant
Vincent
Edward


Kingstown
Kingstown

'Langley Park
!Kingstown

Kingstown

Cane Garden
r.:Aiiboro
Kingstown


Baisden,
Ballantyne,
Baliantyne,
Balcombe,
Banfield,
Banfield,
Bastien
Batson,
Baynes,
Baynes.
Beach,
Becdkes,
Benoit,
Bonadie,
Bonadie,
Bonadie,
Bowman,
Bowman,
Branch,
Boyea
Boyea,
Brisbane,
Browne,
Bute,
Bute,
Byron,
Caesar,
Casson,
Cato,
Chambers,
Charles,
Charles,
Chapman,
Campbell,
Child,
Child,


,Clerk
Proprietress
Proprietor
'PianLer
Merchant
;Clerk
Contractor
iPlumber
-housewife
-.le.c1ant
'Clerk
Propristor
-.'ec .anic
Merchant
Proprietor
Clerk


Market Clerk
Merchant
Caretaker
Merchant
Merchant
Proprietor
Clerk
.Proprietor
Planter
Merchant
PProprietor
Proprietor
Clerk
Photographer
Estate Manager
Clerk
Planter
Housewife


Charles -'ion Hill
Brjce Kh^Lown
St. Clair Fitzallan Kingstown
Vivian Richtmond Hill
Cyril Aldwyn jCane Garden.
George Felix Kingstown
Percy Kingstown
St. Clair 'Byera's Hill
William ,Kingstown
Ronald Stuart Kingstown
Robin Sion Hill-
c.-;rad IKingstown
Vida Frenches
Edwin Calliaqua
Fitzherbert Barrouallie
Kenneth Alfred Henry Daseni's Cottage
St. Aubyn Georgetown
Eric Kingstown
Conrad Adolphus Kingstown Hill
Reynold
Raymond Ezekiel Mt. Bentinck
Conrad Kingstown
Frank Ian Arthur Grand Sable
Lily Villa


Income
Freehold
; ,7
Income







S"
i i
Income






"







jy

;;
"






i "
"
Frehl
,,
Inom
If
f>
If







Jurors' Name.
Surname. Christian Name.


quality, Calling or Nature of Whether quao-
Place of Abode. Business. Qualifica- fled as a
tion. Special Juror.


Clarke, Stanley
Collymore, Gordon Haynes
Commission, Bertram
Connell, Arthur Raule Cl
son
Connell, Carol
Connell, Selwyn
Cools-
Lartigue, Anthony Ronald
Coombs, Henry
Corea, Adolphus
Corea, Pauline
Covil, Beryl Leontine
Cox, Cornelia Bertha
Cox, Reginald
Cox, Vilna Margaret
Crichton, Cecil
Crichton, I,''rrerton
Crichton, Verold
Copper P Rosemont Attbrey
Cumberbatch,Simeon
Cummings, Walter
Dabreo, Robert
D- TCosta, Walter
Daisley, Duncan


Dare,
Dare,
DaSantos,
DaSilva,
DaSilva,
DaSilva,
DaSilva,
DaSilva,
DaSilva,
DaSilva,
DaSilva,
DaSilva,
DaSouza,


Fred Joseph
Stella
Barbara
Benedict
Bertille
Dennis
Harry
Hilario Antonio
Hilary
Hubert
Peter
Vincent
Louis


Kingstown
Richmond Hill
Belair
em Kingstown


tBarrouallle

Cane Garden
Georgetown
Kingstown
Kingstown
Kingstown
Frenches
Kingstown
Cane Garden
Georgetown
New Montrose
,Arnos Vale
Cpne Garden.
Calliaqua
Montrose
Kingstown
ICumberland
Kingstown
Frenches
Kingstown
Kingstown
Hopewell
Kingstown
Kingstown
lKingstown
Kingstown Park
Kingstown
Mesopotamia,
Kingstown
Chili
Kingstown


Garage Proprietor
Clerk
Clerk
Commission Agent

Clerk
Trader

Clerk
Proprietor
Mechanic
Clerk
Married Woman
Housewife
Proprietor
Proprietress
Proprietor
Garage Proprietor
Clerk
B nk Clerk
Merchant
Clerk
Garage Owner
Plantetr
Clerk
Merchant
Married Woman
Clerk
Merchant
Garage Proprietor
Clerk
Clerk
Proprietor
Garage Proprietor
Proprietor
Clerk
Peasant Proprietor
Clerk


income



















Freehold
Income
Freehold
Income

Freehold
Income


3f
9p
Income


Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
No









J
Surname.


Davis,
Davis,
Davis,
Davy,
Deane,
Deane,
Dear,
DeFreitas,
DeFreitas,
DeFreitas,
DeLecia,
Dellimore
Dennie,
De.inle,
DeNobriga,
DeShong,
Dopwell,
Dougan,
Dougan,
Drayton,
Dublin,
Duncan,
Durrant,
Dyer,
Edwards,
Eustace,
Eustace,
Evans,
Falby,
Findlay,
Findlay,
Forbes,
Forde,
Frank,
Frank,
Frank,
Fraser,


jurors' Name.
Christian Nam&


Clem
Ivy
Julian Leonard
Ecward
Donald
Joyce
Harold David
Bruce
Michael
Xavier
Vivien
Fitzroy Delion
George
Thomas Webster
Fred
Bertram Arnold
Charles
John
John Nathaniel
Alonso
Shelford
Emrll
Cyril
George Album
Everard
Fitzroy Nymphias
Hilkiah Ophellus
Cadman
William
Charles Hanningtoa
David Benjamin
Conrad David
Gabriel Wentworth
Cyril
Dennis Emil
George Whitfleld
Cornelius


Quality, Calng or Natureof Whether uali-
Place of Abode. Busi ss. Qualifca- fed as a
Son. Special Juror.


'Orange Grove Mechanic Income Yes
!Kingstown iMarried Woman No
"Mercantile Clerk No
Kingstown Park Merchant Yes
Aker's Hill peasantt Proprietor Freehold Yes
Kingstown Clerk Income No
Arnos Vale Technician Yes
,Kin'g-town 'Merchant Freehold Yes
|Edinboro Clerk Income Yes
Kingstown No
Peter's Hope 'Estate Overseer No
Kingstown !Clerk No
Proprietor No
"Clerk No
"Trader "Yes
Kingstown Tailor "Yes
Clerk Yes
!Calliaqua Clerk Yes
ICalliaqua Proprietor Freehold Yes
Carriere iProprietor Income Yes
jSion Hill Clerk ,, Yes
Kingstown Seamstress No
Kingstown No
Spring Village, Plantei No
Kingstown ;rader No
Edinboro Merchant Income No
Kingstown Proprietor Ye6s
Calliaqua Garage Proprietor Freehold Yes
Stubbs Peasant Proprietor Income No
Kingstown !Secretary Freehold Yes
Kingstown Tailor Yes
Arnos Vale Proprietor Yes
Kingstown Proprietor Income No
Montrose Merchant Freehold Yes
Kingstown Clerk Freehold No
Merchant No
Diamond Proprietor Yes











Gabriel,.
Gabriel,
Gaymes,
Gillezeau,
Gibson,
Gill.
Gill,
Gill,
Gill,
- m,
Gi"
Gonsalves,
Gould,
Grant,
Grant,
Greaves,
Greaves,
Gregory,
Gumbo,
Gunn,
Gunn,
Hadaway,
Hadaway,
Hadaway,
Hadaway,
5Haddaway
Hadley,
-Hadley,
. Hadley,
Hadley,
Hadley,.
Halley,
Harold,
Haynes,
Haynes,
Hazell,
Hazell,


Jurors' Name.
Surname. Christian Name.


George
Timothy
Frederick
Ernest
Edgar
Carlisle
Ferdinand
Le Roy Charles
Lionel
Preston -
Richmond
John
Lewis Bertram
Charles Whitington
Mrs. Ena
Beltron Lawinston
Cecil Kenrick
George Geoffrey
Rupert
Alan
Violet
Bertram
Bertram
Henry
Reynold Richard
Wilmot
Alfred
Denis
Eric
Helen
Leonard
Lottie
Cecil Alfred
Henry Afflick
Lorraine
Grafton
Marie


I1
I,
,,


Income
Freehold





Income
I



income





Freehold
Income


J.IU
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes


Quality, Welng Nature of Whether qualU-
Place of Abode. S Quaifloo- fled as a
Business. tion. Special Juror.


Edinboro Motor Mechanic Income No
Richmond Hill Merchant ,.. Yes
Kingstown Trader Freehold No
,, Clerk Yes
Richmond Hill Trader Yes
Kingstown Merchant Yes
Orange Hill Overseer Yes
Kingstown Clerk Yes
uierN


Colonarie
Barrouallie
Mt. Bentinck
Kingstown
Arnos Vale
Kin;. townn
Kingstown
Lowma:i's Hill


Kingstown
Kingstown
Kingstown
Harmony Hall
Harmony Hall
Kingstown
Union
Mb. William
North Union
Kingstown
o,

Kfngstown
Dauphine
Ratho Mi11-


Clerk


Merchant
Trader
Overseer
Clerk

Merchant
Bank Clerk
Garage Proprietor
Merchant
Housewife
Proprietor
Garage 'Proprietor
Tailor
Merchant
Planter
Clerk
Planter
1 1


Married Woman
Planter
Housewife
Clerk
Planter
Proprietor
Merchant
Proprietress


I








Jurors' Name.
Surname. Christian Name.


Henry, Joseph Pamphile
Herbert. Mrs. Valentina
Hewitt, Louis Paul
Hewitt, Phillip
Hinds,- Eliott Jemmott Fitz-
roy
Hillocks, Alric
Hillocks, Parnel
Horn e. Hollingsworth
McPherson
Huggins, George Felix
Huggins, William Hendren
Hobbs
Isaacs, Selwyn Bertram
Iton, Osborne
Jack, David
Jack,. George St. Clair
Jack, Samuel Ormond
Jackson, Donald
Jackson, Gideon
Jackson, Lawrence
James, Robert
Jeffrey, Clpudius
Jennings, Rosalind
Jocelyn, Fitz Clarence
Joceyln, Fred.
John, Alfred Henry
John, Austin
John. Charles Pergon
Johii, Daniel
John, Matthew
John, 0' Carol
John, Victor Humbert
Johnson, Cyril Herman
Adones, Charles
Joseph, Alvin
Joseph, Frank


Place of Abode.


Georgetown
Kingstown

,


Kingstown
Biabou
Sans Soucl

Dickson
Golden Vale

Kingstown



Kingstown
Barrouallie
Barrouallie
Owia
Sion Hill
Layou
Kingstown Pal
Stubbs
Frenches
Mt. Bentinck
Camden Park
Evesham Vale
Stubbs
Kingstown
Orange Hill
Bridgetown
Stubbs
Mt. Pleasant
Kingstown
Kingstown


rk


Quality, Calling or
Business.


Proprietor
Housewife
Tailor
Proprietor

iProprietor
Salesman
Garage Proprietor
Planter
Proprietor
Proprietor

Trader
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Garage Proprietor


Trader "
Merchant Freehold
Over,"f er Income
Clerk
Proprietor "
Proprietress "
Shopkeeper "
Clerk
Peasant Proprietor "
Proprietor "

Peasant Proprietor "
Proprietor "
Overseer
Proprietor "
Planter "
Peasant Proprietor Freehold
Clerk / Income
Clerk Freehold


Nature of Whether qualt-
Qualifica- fled as a
tion. Special Juror.

Income No
No
No
Freehold No

"No
Income Yes
I Yes
Income No

Freehold Yes
Income Yes

S" No









Joshua,
King,
King,
'King,
King,
King,
King,
King,
King,
King,
King,
King,
Kirby,
Layne,
Lewis, V
Lewis,
Lindley,
Lindsay,
Liverpool,
Llewellyn,
Marshall,
Marshall,
Marshall,
Marshall,
Mason,
Mayors,
McDowall,
McLean,'
McLean,
McDowall,
McDowall,
McDowall,
McIntosh,
McMaster,
Michael.
Mills,
Mills,
Minors,


Juror's Name
*Surname. Christian Name.


Joseph Conrad
Alban
Alpheus
David Andronlcus
Evans Nathaniel
George
Joseph
Lionel
Milton
Florence
Roy
Wilbert Ferdle
Selwyn
Edwin
Owen
Weston Hazell
Donald
Walker Waldo
Gilbert Felix
Eugene Lorraine
Beresford
Francis Eustace
Frank
Morrison
Frank Odell
Milton Theophilus
David
Edward Afflick
Frederick
Cecily
George Lincoln
Stacy
O'Neil -
Marie
Arnold Leonard
George Volmar
Ulric
Jack


Place of Abode.


Montrose
Kingstown Park
Kingstown
Kingstown
Richnmond Hill
Kirgstown



Arnos Vale
Diamond
Richmond Hill
Peter's Hope
Kingstown
Kingstown
Kingstown
Georgetown
Georgetown

Kin' gsto An
Kingstown
Kingstown
-,,

Kingstown
|Calliaqua
Kingstown
Frenches
Kingstovwn

Park Hill
Kingstown


Villa
Kingstown
Mesopotamia
Kingstown


Quality, Calling Nature o
or Business. Q ion


Accountant Income
Garage Proprietor "i

Trader- "
Merchant Freehold
Garage Proprietor
Clerk Income
Garage Proprietor "
Tailor "
Proprietress Freehold
Proprietor Freehold.
Clerk Income
Estate Manager "
Merchant "
Shopkeeper Income
Mechanic "
Shopkeeper
Overseer
Planter Freehold
Clerk Income
Trader "
Mechanic ,,
Clerk
Merchant "
Clerk
Contractor Freehold
'Electrician Income
fo r ..etor Freehold
Clerk Income

Planter Freehold
Clerk Income
Proprietor
Trader "
Peasant Proprietor Freehold
Undertaker F 'l
Garage Proprietor Freehold
'Merchant lIncome


Yes.
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes


I


Whether qual-
fled as a
Special Juror.













Mulzac,
Murray,
Nanton,
Nanton,
Nanton,
Nanton,
Nanton,
Neverson

Ottley,
Pereira,
Peters,
Peters,
Pei ern.
Phills,
Phillips,
Phillips,
Pollard.
Pollar,
Pollard,
Prescod,

Prescott,
Priddie,
Providence,
Punnett,
Punnett,
Punnett,
Punnett,
Punnett,
Punnett,
Punnett,
Reddock,
Richards,
Richards,
Richards,


Quality, Calling or Nature of
Place of Abode. Business. Qualifica-
tion.


Beryl
David Gordbn
Ada Elaine
Alexander Garcat
lfarcen Jess
Ormond
Percival Steinson
Samuel Bradley
Whittington
Henry
Jerome Oliver
Herbert
Herbert
Herbert
Frederick Lawrence
Clement Lisle
Leonard
George
Gerald
Gladstone Henry
Adolphus

Cyril
Conrad Allison
Elverton
Christopher
Duncan
Ernest
Mrs. Eileen
Jack Vincent
Ken
Langley
'Edgar Wilton
Claude McIntosh
Everard
Hilda


Housewife


Housewife
Accountant
Married Woman
Planter


Income
"
Income
freehold


Kingstown
Kingstown
Kingstown
Biabou
Kingstown
to
Kingstown


Chateaubelair
Kingstown
Caratal
Caratal
Kingstown
Kingstown /
Layou
Sion Hill
Sion Hill
Kingstown
Kingstown
Lowman's (Lee-
ward)
King-.'town

Belmont
Queensbury
Pemnbroke
Calder
Penniston
Cane Grove
Villa
Peniston
Cane Garden
Kingstown .
Georgetown
Prospect


Jurors' Name.
Surname. Christian Name.


Whether quali-
fied as a
Special. Juror.

Yes
Yes
Yes
yes
Yes
Tes
Yea
Yes

No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes

Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes


Married Woman "
Merchant Income
Merchant Income
Clerk

Proprietor "
Clerk
Peasant Proprietor "
Proprietor Freehold
Mechanic Income
Clerk "
Proprietor "
Proprietor Freehold
Clerk Income
Garage Owner Income
Commission Agent ,
Proprietor Freehold

Merchant Freehold
Clerk Income
Peasant Proprietor "
Planter "
Planter "

Proprietress Freehold
Planter Income


Commission Agent Income
Garage Owner "
Merchant "
Married Woman Freehold








Jurors' Name.
Surname. Christian Name.


Roberts,
Robertson,
Robinson,
Russell,
Russell,
Russell,
Sampson,
Samuel,
Sardine,
Saunders,
Schnelling,
Scott,
Seales,
Sealy,
Seymour,
Sherman,
Shillingford,
Shortte
Soso,
Soso,
Soso,
Sprott,
Stay,
Stephen,
St. Agathe,
St. Hilaire,
St. Jour,
Sutherland,
Sutherland,
Sutherland,
Sutherland,
Sylvester,
Taylor,
Theobalds,
Thompson,
Thompson.


Charles Owen
George
Lawrence
Bertram
Leah Virginia
Linton Paul
Jeremiah
Robert Irvin
Joffre Nicholas
Theodora
George
Fitzherbert
David Ariel
Clarence
St. Aurain
Jerome
Joffre
Gerald
Charles
Hudson Vincent
Raul
Conrad Lionel
Robert
Charles
Leonard
Cyril
Owen
Eric Donald
George
Maurice Owen
Owen
Othniel
Sylvester
Vernon
Frederick
Herman


1 Nature Cu Whet her qualE-


Quality, Callingor Nature of Whether qua
Place of Abode. Business Qualifoa- fled as a
tion. Special Juror.


Kingstown
,1
Calliaqua
Kingstown
Kingstown

Barrouallie
Kingstown
Long Wall
Kingstown
Kingstown

Sion Hill
Kingstown

Lowmans
Kingstown
Cedars
Kingstown

,
Georgetown
Park Hill
Frenches .
Kingstown
Kingstown



Georgetown
Kingstown
Kingstown
Fancy
Kingstown
*'^ .*'*t*wn


Managing Clerk
Merchant
Shopkeeper
Proprietor
Proprietor
Proprietor
Peasant Proprietor
Commission Agent
Clerk
Married Woman
Accountant
Printer
Clerk
Mechanic
Proprietor
Proprietor
Accountant
Proprietor
Carpenter
Commission Agent
Clerk
Clerk
Merchant
Proprietor
Clerk
Electrician
Electrician
Proprietor
Proprietor
Proprietor
Proprietor
Clerk
Clerk
Planter
Proprietor
Cabinet Maker


Freehold
Income
Freehold
Freehold
Income


Freehold
Inconrie




,,
Freehold
Income















Freehold
"


f9





9


Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
*No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No


Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes









Jurors' Name.
Surname. Christiaul


Toney,
Trotman,
Trumpet,
Vanloo,
Veira,
Veira, .
Veira,
Veira,
Veira,
Veira, *
Velox,
Walker,
Walker,
Wallace,
Wallace,
Walrond,
Wad C
Warner,
Warner,
Whittle,
Williams,
Williams,
Williams,
Willimr s,
Will .-
Williams,
Williams,
Williams,

Williams,
Williams,
Williams,
Winsborrow,
Young,
Young,
Young,


Name. Place of Abode

r -


Hubert Calliaqua
McNeil Kingstown
John Cornelius Calliaqua,
Vivian Frenches
Cyril Dempster Camden Park
George Kingstown
Joseph "
Michael Murray's Villa4
Philip Kingstown
Sandford
Alston Mt. Bentinck
Drayton Fountain
George Milton Kingstown
Curtis Bedford "
Linda !Kingstown
Beresford "
Castielle Leroy I "
Christian "
James Gilbert Lo .rnan's Hill
George
Albert Georgetown
Alwyn Kingstown
Bromley Kingstown
Charles Vernon Chateaubelair
Clive Arthur Mauric cane Hall
Cyril IRobert Kingstown
Edmund Gideon Kingstown
George Anthony "
Reginald
James Alexander Edinboro
Mrs. Irene New Montrose
Ormond Hugh Arnos Vale
Neville Kingstown
Grace
Jeshura
Samuel Edward Layou


e


Quality, Calling
e. Business.


Clerk
Merchant
Garage Proprieto
Clerk
Clerk
Merchant
Merchant
Clerk
Merchant

Clerk"
Proprietor
Clerk
Proprietor
Proprietress
Clerk
Mercantile Clerk
Proprietor
0 :. --e Propriet
Clerk
Bar Attendant
Clerk
Clerk
Proprietor
Planter
Merchant
Proprietor
Planter

Commission Age
Married Woman
Planter
Clerk.
Married Woman

Clerk


or Nature of Whether quals-
Qualifica- fled as a
tion. Special Juror.

Income No
Yes
r No
Yes

Freehold Yes
No
No
Income Yes
Freehold No
Income Yes
Freehold Yes
,, Yes
Yes
No

No
Yes
or ,, Yes
I I No
No
No
Income No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
" Yes

nt ,, Yes
Yes
S" Yes
Yes
No
No
No




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