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Publication Date: April 17, 1956
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    Ordinance No. 10 of 1956: An Ordinance further to amend the Estate and Succession Duties Ordinance, 1939
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    Ordinance No. 11 of 1956: An Ordinance further to amend the Police Ordinance, 1947
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    Ordinance No. 12 of 1956: An Ordinance to further and protect the activities interests of the Girl Guides Association in the Colony
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 17: Proclaiming the coming into force of the German Enemy Property Ordinance, 1953
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 18: The Wages Council (Sugar Industry) Order, 1956
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 19: The Wages Council (Agriculture) Order, 1956
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


l IJbli.hed bh 3lithorit .


Vol. '9.: \1~'' \'NUEMNI'. TUISI) \Y. 17 APRIL. 1.)56. [No 23.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 158.
APPOINTMENTS.

COTTON CLOSE SEASON, 1956.

Under the provisions of Section 8 (1) of the Cotton Protection Ordinance,
Cap. 37, the under-mentioned persons have been appointed Inspectors for the
purpose of the Close Season Regulations:-
C. J. WILLIAMS -Agricultural Assistant (North Windward)
R. I. MORRIS Agricultural Assistant (South Windward)
G. R. VANLOO --Senior Agricultural Instructor
M. S. MoRRIs -S
H. V. D. SHORTTE ,
A. E. LAWRENCE -Agricultural Instructor
E. FRANCIS ,,
J. H. CROZIER
J. C. DUBLIN ,,
K. D. BONADIE -
J. A. DEFREITAS -Junior Agricultural Instructor
CORNELIUS WILLIAMS ,
C. B. MATTHEWS -
L. C. THOMAS ,
0. F. GOULD ,, ,, ,,
JOSHUA JACKSON ,, ,,
C. F. NICHOLLS -Field Assistant C.P.E. Station
ROBERT LOUGHEED -Forest Guard, North Windward
JAMES CI EESE -Diamond
JONATHAN BABB -Kingstown
ALFRED FINDLAY -Kingstown
WALTER BUSHAY -Vermont
CHRISTIAN ADAMS -Barrouallie
THEOPHILUS HARRY --Troumaca
JAMES ROBERTS -Rosebank
L. GOODING --Land Settlement Watcher, Bequia
CLIVE CHARLES -Canouan
DAVID MCTAIR -Ranger Union Island.
17th April, 1956.
(B. 14/1951.)



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112 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY. 17 APRIL, 156.-- No. 23).


No. 159. All public ini uiluw ,ill l,u
COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX. at the fo'-ier pemiss fi om
19/ih 4pril, 1956.
The Honourable A. D. W. JOHNSON, 17th April, 1956.
Actin Financial Secretary, has been
appointed a Commissioner of TIn Tax unler the prov'isioiis of Section 3 o. 1 4.


of the IncoTme 'ax Ordiinio-, 1944.
with effect from 1st Anril. 1956(. and
during the absenc- on va:'tation leav R
of Mr. P. R. ELLS.
17th April, 1956.
(A. 37/1944).

No. 160.
(ROWN ATTORNEY, ST. VINCENT.

His Excellen'w the Governor, with
the approval of the Secrettiry of Sitte
for the Colonies, has, been released to
approve the appointment of Mr. B. F.
DIAS, Magistrate, Southern District,
Grenada, as Crown Attorney, St. Vin-
cent, with effect from 6th April, 1956,
in succession to Mr. K. H. C. ALLEYNE.
who has recently been appointed :is
Attorney General, Windward Islands.
17th April, 1956.
(P.F. 774)

No. 161.
DENTAL SURGEON, ST. VINCENT,
CONTRACTUAL APPOINTMENT.

His Excellency the Governor has
been pleased to approve the appoint-
ment of Dr. FRANK M. ELLIS, D.D.S.,
.to the post of Dental Surgeon, St. Vin-
cent on contract for a period of 3 years,
with effect from 7th April, 1956.
17th April, 1956.
(P.F. 815).

No. 162.
VACATION LEAVE.

Wit h reference to Government Notice
No. 67 of 23rd February 1955, Mr. D. A.
SEALeS, Senior Bailiff, Snpro me Court.
has )enii granite, 3 months' vacation
leave with effect from 13th A)ril, 1956.
17th Auril. 1956.
(P.F. 25)

No. 163.
REMOVAL OF GOVERNMENT OFFICE.

Th, public is merely notified that the
offices of the Administration at present
temporarily ihonsed in the new Adminn-
istrative block of buildings on:Halifax
SLraet in Kingstrown, will revert to the
building pre viously occupied o,1
Wediuesday afternoon. 18th April, 1956.


transact ed
Thursday,


VACANT POS1S.

POST OF FARM MANAGER OTTLEY
HALL PRISON FARM.

Applications are invited for appoint-
ment to the post of Farm Manager,
Ottley Hall Prison Farm, under C.D. & W.
Scheme D.586, particulars of which are
as follows:-
Appointment. The post is non-pen-
sionable and appointment thereto will be
on a temporary contractual basis for a
period of three years. The Officer will
be subject to the Colonial Regulations
and General Orders and Financial and
Stores Rules of the Windward Islands,
and to the various Ordinances and Sub-
sidiary Legislation in force in the Colony
in so far as they are applicable. The.
Officer will be a member of the staff of
the Agricultural Department St. Vincent.
Salary. The salary is at the rate of
$1,416.00 p.a. in the scale ($1,416 x $72-
$1,706 x $96-$1,992).
Travelling Allowance. Travelling Al-
lowance is payable in accordance with
local regulations in respect of a means
of transport approved by the Adminis-
tration.
Qualifications. Applicants should have
a knowledge of Agriculture and Animal
Husbandry, and the keeping of Dairy
and Stores Accounts and be capable of
handling labour. A fair standard of
education is required.
Quarters. Quarters are not provided.
Duties. The duties will include the
management of the Ottley. Hall Prison
Farm and Dairy, the supervision of
Prison labour and the keeping of proper
records and Stores Accounts.
Applications giving full particulars of
the applicant's qualifications and expe-
rience and accompanied by two testi-
monials, should be addressed to the
Superintendent of Agriculture, St. Vin-
cent, and should reach him not later
than 30th April, 1956.
17thl April. 1956.

No. 165.
SENIOR ACCOUNTANT. GRENADA.

Ap licaions mae invited fr(in suit-
ably qualified candidates for appoint-
llni Cito ithe ,.ost of Svenior AccouItiIant.
Gren;dai. which h;is been created under
the Hurricane Rehabilita:ion Pio-
tL.ra linmle. Particulars of tlie post are
as foll,'ws:-














SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 17 APRIL, 19.56.-(No. 23). 113


Appointment: The post is non-pen-
sionable, and the appointment will be
on a contractual basis for a period of 2
or 3 years in the first instance.
1. Duties of Office, and qualifications
required for their performance.
(1) To introduce, operate and super-
vise systems of accounting for
A. A programme of Agricul-
tural Rehabilitation.
B. A Rehonsing programme
with grant an I loan fea-
tures.
(2) Control of accounting staff.
(3) Preparation of Financial sum-
maries as and when required.
(4) Such other duties as the O.A.G.
may from time to time direct.
Qualifications: Chartered Account-
ant or Senior Accountant otherwise
qualified.
2. Emoluments of Office:-
(a) Pensionable :
(b) Non-pensionable: 1,000 to
1,500 according to qualifica-
tion and experience.
3. Allowances, quarters, and other
circumstances affecting the value
of the Office, including grant of
free or assisted passages to the
Officer and his family on first
appointment and on leave.
Free passages for self, wife and
two children will be provided on
first appointment and on satis-
factory termination of the ap-
pointment. Local transport will
be provided for approved travel
on duty or travelling allowance
in lieu if car already owned.
The Officer and family may be
required to reside temporarily
or for a longer period in a hotel
in which case Government will
contribute to his hotel expenses
according to a formula of gen-
eral application in such matters.
In the event of Government
quarters becoming available, the
officer will be required to pay
rental not exceeding 10% of his
salary. The Officer will be eli-
gible for leave on full salary at
the rate of 1 week for each com-
pleted period of 3 months service.
Such leave to be taken on the
satisfactory completion of the
period of engagement.
4. Nature, number, and amount of
securities required, and mode of
giving them.
NIL.
5. Acts, laws or ordinances making
provision respecting any of the
above matters, with reference to


the s-ctions in which such pro-
vision is made.
NIL.
6. Whether honus eiccommodatiooi is
available or readily procurable
v whether furniture, &c., should be
brought from England, and any
othei particulars of n like nature
likely it be useful for the inform-
ation of candid aites.
Suitable house not at present avail-
able. Furniture can he hired from
the Public Works Department at
10% 'f cost if and when house be-
comes available.
7. Whether free medical attendance
and medicines are provided.
NO.
8. Whether and. if so, what rates and
taxes are payable.
Income Tax at local rates.
Applications giving full particulars
of candidate, his qualifications and
experience, accompanied by two testi-
monials. which will not be returned,
should be addressed to the Chief Secre-
tary, Windward Islands. Grenada. and
should reach him not later than the 80th
April, 1956.
17th April, 1956.


No. 141.
PRISONS DEPARTMENT.

VACANCY FOR AN ASSISTANT SUPERIN-
TENDENT OF PRISONS, BRITISH
GUIANA.

Applications are invited from siuitbly
qualified persons for appointment to a
vacant post of Assistant Superintendent
of Prisons in the Prisons Department,
The post is on the permanent and pen-
sionable establishment of the Colony
and is on the salary ,cale A 9 : $3,120 x
$144 $3,984 x $144 $4,560. Free
quartet s are provided or a house allow-
ance is paid in lieu thereof.
2. The duties of the post are as
follows:-
(i) to be in charge of the adminis-
tration of a Prison and of the
training of subordinate officers;
(ii) checking warrants of commit-
ment, their daily entry in the
registers and the accuracy of
entries recording the dates of
discharge of prison, rs;
(iii) inspecting daily every part of
the Prison at which he may be
stationed and, as frequently as
possible gangs working out-
doors;














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 APRIL, 19J6.-(No. 23).


investigating coI plaints, r e- accompanied by copies of two recent tes-
quests of prisoners and charges timonials, should be addressed to the
against them; and dealing with Secretory, Public Service Commission,
the charges in accordance with General Po-t Office Building, George-
the rules and regulations gov- town. Blitish Guiana, for deliver, not
earning the Prisons of the later than the 181h April, 1956. Appli-
Colony ; cations ri cei\ ed af ter this date will not
interviewii.gall pri.-oners on be considered.
adminiision and on discharge ; Applicants alr ady in the Public
paying night visits to the Se~ ice must submit their applications
Prison at which he may be. through the normn I official channels.
stationed to ensure prope r ad- rd April, 1956.
ministration ;
observing strictly ani carrying
out Prison Rules and Orders
,anl instructions of the Super- No. 166.
intniident, and ensuriteg cornm- FIRST -OTICE.
pli;mn'e therewith by all con-
corned ; and NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS FOR COM.
such other duties as may be PENSATION UND7R ARTICLE 15 (a)
assigned to hin )by the Super- OF THE JAPANESE PEACE TREATY
intendent of Prions. ---


3. Candidates should be under 35
years of age, of good physique and per-
sonality, and have ability to command
respect. Previous Prison, Police or Mil-
itary Service would be an asset but is
not essential. The educational qualifica-
tions shall be a First Class Army Certi-
ficate of Education : or the Camri;ridge
School Certificate with credits in at
least four subjects of which one must
be English Language, or the General
Certificate of Education at Ordinary
Level with passes in at least five sub-
jects of which one must be English Lan-
guage ; in either case, three of the sub-
jects must be obtained at one examina-
tion, but the supplementary credits or
subjects need .not be from the same
examining body e..q.. a School Certificate
with 3 credits may be supplemented by
a G.C.E. Certificate at Ordinary Level.
Experience in agriculture and imixed
farming would he an advantage.
4. Tinh c enlitiolls in Iparagraph 3 inll
respect of the age and education:-l (iiual-
ification requir'iiiments io niot apply to
applicants who are already in th.- Ser-
vice or are in a Prison Service.
5. The -~ucessfuil (candidate. if not
already in the Sertvice, will be required
to pass a medical exami nation for ad-
mission thereto.
6. Vacation leave is earned at the
rate of five days for each completed
month of resident service up to i maxi-
mim of six months. subject to ilhe
completion of a minimum tour of ser-
vice of two years. The candidate selec-
ted will be eligible forthe g-ant of assis-
ted leave i)asa:-us in accordance with
the Public Officers Leave (Passages)
Relations. No. 34 of 1952.
7. Ap dlication stating umue in full,
late and year of birth, qualifications,
details ofany Iprevious experience. and


REMITTANCES OF COMPENSATION
MONIES ABROAD.

While there do not appear to be any
laws or formal regulations covi ring the
subject of the remltanee ol compen-
sation mInni(s abroad, we are informed
that the prt senl practiice is as follows :
1. Claimnantswho areresident abioad
(i.e.. ex-Japan) must place the
amount tilhe receive as compen-
sation in a n on-i tidd nt account
if it is their intention to remit.
The whole amount must be so
plac-d in one transaction.
2. From this non-ri sice(-i account
the following paymni uts are per-
missiblr :-
a. Remitianeit of tile equivalent of
U.S.U500 (Y 180,000) ever\ six
months. A sepler ie application
is required for each rEniitilince.
b. Living exp ilnes of the claimant
if he or shle visits Jipan.
c. Gift ofl not more th an Y 100,000
ier ineiisein to a person living
in.l Japan.
d. Inve simeit in child stoclhs (i.e.,
purcllaS-e ol I ew istm-s of sliares
where the claimant already
owns share, s in the company
coIncel I f(l).
e. Hy slpeci:;' permission. 1< ans may
be made.
3. In order that Her Majesty's
Government may satisfy them-
selves tliha all "on-ri sidenit claim-
ants tire receiving the b netit of
the practice' ablinvemen itiol:4 d, it is
requested that:
a. allclainialtsor their agents whe
have received their compensa-
tion and who have applied for
remittiuace in foreig currency,
infornm I.1\l. Embassy, Tokyo


(iv)






(v)

(vi)



(vii)





(viii)















( \ .I' VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 APRIL, 1956.-(No. 23). 115


as soon as possible of the amount
(s) applied for (with date of
application) and the amount (s)
granted.
b. all claimants, or their agents.
who intend to make applications
for remittance (either as regards
monies already received or to be
received in the future), inform
Her Majesty's Embassy at an
early late of t heir intention.
c. if there is no intention to apply
for a remittance, advice be sent
to H.M. Embassy to this effect.
17th April, 1956.

No. 167.
SECOND N OTICE.

With reference to the above notice,
the Ministry of Finance is prepared to
consider applications for an increased
remittance up to a maximum of the
equivalent of U S. $1,200 every six
months in the case of individuals who
come within one of the undernoted
categories:-
1. Persons who are 60 years of age
or more.
2. Persons who are unemployed and
who are registered as seeking
employment.
3. Persons who are suffering from
serious ill health which makes
necessary or desirable extra in-
come. Such applications to be
also supported by a medical certi-
ficate.
4. Persons who are financially re-
sponsible for a dependent or
dependents who are suffering
from serious illness as described
in (3) above.
Without any engagement whatsoever
on their part, the Ministry will be pre-
pared to give consideration on an ad hoc
basis to applications front individuals,
supported by necessary information and
explanations, who :-
5. are in need of their money for a
specific object of necessity, such
as the payment of a mortgage or
debt, the purchase of a house for
his own use, or for the education
of his children.
Applications from residents in the
United Kingdom, with the necessary
supporting evidence should be addressed
to th, Foreign Office (Claims Depart-
ment, 17, Carlton House Terrace,
London, S.W. 1.) or, if the applicant is
resident outside the United Kingdom. to
the appropriate British authority in the
country in which he or she is residing.


Applications must not be sent direct
to Japan, as they will not he consider edd
unless supported by a recomni)(ndition
from the authorities mentioned above.
17th April, 1956.

No. 152.
CLAIMS UNDER THE BONN CON-
VENTIONS IN RESPECT OF FOREIGN
INTERESTS IN GERMANY.

(The English Text of the Conven-
tions (Cmd. 9368) is obtainable from
H.M.S.O. price 5s. Od.)
Under the provisions of Chapter 10 of
the Bonn Convention on the Settle-
ment of Matters Arising out of the
War and the Occupation, United
Nations nationals and companies or-
ganised under German law in which
U.N. nationals own participation may
assert claims against the Federal Repub-
lic of Germany for the return of their
property and the restorations of their
rights and interests in the Federal
territory to the extent to which such
property, rights or interests suffered
discriminatory treatment (as defined in
the Convention) during the recent war.
Such claims must be filed on or be-
fore May 5, 1956 with the:-
BUNDESAMT FUER DIE PRUEFUNG
A1USLAENDISCHER RUECKGABE UND
WIEDERHERSTELLUNGSANSPRUECHE,
ROSENBURG.
BONN,
WEST GERMANY.
10th April. 1956.

No. 168.
LEGISLATION.

T'lie Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified that
Her Majesty the QUEEN will not be
advised to exercise her power of dis-
allowance in respect of the following
Ordin.anceS of this Governmrnt :- -
No. 35 of 1954.- An Ordinal v, to
Sanction certain payments from
the Public Treasiry in excess of
the sums ran;mted ly the Appro-
priation (1953) Ordinance. 1952.
(No. 41 of 1952) for the Year
ended the 31st Day of Decembei,
1953.
(F. 15/1952).

No. 16 of 1955.--An Ordinance
further to amend the Currency
Ordinance, 1950.
(F. 71/1950 1).
17th April, 1956.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 APRIL, 1956.-(No. 23).


ThirD A DmhfTrrLTm A T A ~TT~


DNO. 103. _.P .i-r Xk, .1 m.X4jL &i *.I-iI
The undermentioned Ordinances OTHER NOTICES.
which have been assented by the Gov-
ernor's Deputy are published for gener-
al information with this issue of the SUPREME COURT NOTICES.
Gazette :-
Nazeo. 10 of 1956.-An Ordinance NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
No. 10 r to amnd the Estate an of the Supreme Court of the Windward
uccrther sito amend theEstate ance, Islands and Leeward Islands will be
ccessio Duties Ordinanc held at the Court House in Kingstown,
1939. for the trial of CRIMINAL causes on
(F. 4/1955). Tuesday the 24th day of April, 1956,
Srcommencing at 10.00 o'clock in the
No. 11 of 1956.-An Ordinance forenoon.
further to amend the Police
Ordinance, i 947. All parties concerned, also such per-
sons as are bound over by recognizance
J3/719aa)i


No. 12 of 1956.--An Ordinance to
further and protect the activities
interests of the Girl Guides
Association in the Colony.
(W. 61/1947).
17th April, 1956.


No. 170.
The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R & 0. No. 17.-Proclaiming the
coming into force of the German
Enemy Property Ordinance, 1953.
(G. 411946).
S.R. & 0. No. 18.-The Wages Council
(Sugar Industry) Order. 1956.
(L. 1/1947 II).

S.R. & O.No. 19.-The Wages Council
(Agriculture) Ordei, 1956.
(L. 111947 II),
17th April, 1956.

No. 157.
REPORT OF COMMISSION, OF EN-
QUIRY INTO AGRICULTURAL
WORKERS' WAGES.

It is notified for general information
that the Report of the Commission of
Enquiry into Wages and other con-
ditions of employment of Agricultural
Workers in the Colony has now been
printed.
Copies are available for sale at the
Government Printing Office at $1.50
each.
10th April, 1956.
By Command,
A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Government S'ecretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
17th April, 1956.


to prosecute or give evidence, or sum-
moned as Jurors or witnesses are com-
manded to give their personal atten-
dance.
8th March, 1956.


NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CIVIL causes in the
Summary and Original Jurisdictions of
the Court on Tuesday the 24th day
of April, 1956, commencing at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
8th March, 1956.


NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the hearing of APPEALS FROM
MAGISTRATES on Tuesday the 24th
day of April, 1956, commencing at
10.00 o'clock in the forenoon.

C. E. A. RAWLE,
Registrar. Supreme Court.
REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
8th March, 1956.


PUBLIC LIBRARY NOTICE.

The Public is hereby notified that
owing to extensive repairs which re-
quire more time than was originally
estimated and stated in previous notices,
the Free Public Library will have to
be closed to the Public until the 28th
April, 1956.
No books will be received or lent
until the 30th April, 1956.

ANNE K. KELSICK,
Librarian.
16th April, 1956.


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SALN'T VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 APRIL, 1956-(N,. 23.)


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.



LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.


Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance," their properties having
been levied upon will be offered for sale at 1 p.m. on Saturday 28th April, 1956,
at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.

F. E. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
6th April, 1956.

DISTRICT II.


Name of Owner or
Occupier
1. Bacchus, Abraham
2. Bailey, A. James
3. Bailey, James
4. Bailey, Louisa
5. Bailey, Nathaniel
6. Bailey, Ruth
7. Bennett, Georgiana

8. Brown, Ellen, Hrs.
9. Brown, Joseph
10. Cabrall, Theresa
11. Carter, Minneter
12. Cato, Royal
13. Crease, Victor, Hrs.
14. DaSilva, Emanuel
15. Davis, Joshua
16. Frederick, Elsie
17. Findlay, Gerald
18. Giles, Amos
19. Hector, Evina .....
20. Herbert, D. Hugh
21. Hercules, Caroline
22. Huggins, E. Richard
23. Jackson, Benjamin
24. Jackson, George ..
25. James, Claudius
26. John, Jeremiah
27. King, Joseph -.
28. Lynch, Margaret
29. Marriaqua Mutual Society
30. McDowall, Henrietta
31. McDowall, C. Walter
32. Moore, Nathaniel
33. Parsons, E. M. Hrs.
34. Parsons, Gennie
35. Parsons, E. Theodore
36. Pope, Joseph
37. Primus, Jessica
38. Richards, Margaret
39. Shallow, Arthur
40. Simon, Octavia -.
41. Sterling, Hilda
42. Theobalds, Amelia
43. Thomas, Agatha
44. Thomas, Eileen
45. Weekes, Eveline
46. Williams, Daniel
47. Williams, Isaiah
48. Williams, Jerome -
49. Williams, Jerusha, -
50. Williams, Robert


Situation of
Property
Richland Park
Cane End
New Farm
Farm
Mt. Pleasant
Farm
Mesopotamia

Cane End
Richland Park
Hopewell
Carut'h
Hopewell
Farm
Hopewell
Francois
Hopewell
Mesopotamia
Richland Park
Kelly Park
Mt. Pleasant
Farm
Cane End
Yambou
Hopewell
Camel
Richland Park
Hopewell
Montreal
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Richland Park
Richland Park
Mesopotamia
Glenside
Carriere
Farm
Richland Park
Richland Park
Mt. Pleasant
Richland Park
Caruth
Cane End
Richland Park
Simpsons
Francois
Farm
Kelly Park
Mt. Pleasant
Richland Park
Mesopotamia


Description of
Property
1 Acre, 2 rds.
1 Dwelling house
1 Acre, 2 roods
3 Acres, 2 roods
1 Dwelling house
1 Acre
1 Dwelling house
spot
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
24 Poles
4 Acres
24 Poles
7 Acres, 2 roods
1 Dwelling house
19 Poles
1 Dwelling house
1 House spot
1 Acre
2 Roods
1 Rood
1 Acre
1 Dwelling house
1 Acre
1 House
1 House spot
1 Acre
1 Wooden Building
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 House spot
4 Acres
3 Acres
1 Acre
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 House spot
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
2 Acres
2 Acres
2 Acres, 1 rood
5 Acres
1 'Rood
1 Acre
1 House spot















118 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 APRIL, 1956.-(No. 23).


LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.


NOTICE is hereby given that the underimentioned pesi, i s h;iving I come
defaulters uniler lhe Land and House Tax Ordinance, their ,rperties having
been levied nomn will be offered for sale ail p.m. on Saturda y. 21st April, 1956,
at the Tre:isury. Kingstown for the recovery of taxes 'ue.


A. D. W. JOHNSON,
Accountant General.


Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
10th April, 1995;.


Vamnes

Cunningham Hrs. James
Durham A. Normanl
Fereira Leonard
Hazlewood Emallie
Hepburn Headley
Huggins Hrs. Fast'er
Jackson Caslie
Joachim E. A.
Layne Irvine
Nash Charles
Rector Church
Roberts George


Situation of
Property
New Works
Mt. Wynnie
Mt. Wynine
Rutlilail Vale
Barronallie
Belle Wo,,d
La imies ifs
Lammi.s
La nuni, s
Globe
Hermnitage
Barronallie
Gabriei Village


Description of
Property
3 acr-es land
4 acres I rd. 37 pls.
2 acres 9.2 pls.
1 acre
1 house
10 acres
2 acres 38 pis.
I blons."

2 ;cu ls

1 housMe


SAINT VINCENT. SAINT VINCENT.
By Authority of the Patents Ordinance By Authority of the Patents Ordinance
(Chapter 155 of the Revised Laws of Saint (Chapter 155 of the Revised Laws of Saint
Vincent, 1926). Vincent, 1926).


Gazetted 1956).

In connection with the application
made by Hl;NRY LOUIS IMELMANN of
933 South State Road. Arlington
Heights, Illinois, in the United States
of America, f-r a patent in respect of
an invention for Improvements in or
relating to apparatu- for converting
heat ern'-rgy dir cily to electrical en-
ergy" NOTICE' IIS EREBY GIVEN that
the cmpleiet stic.ification of the said
invention which has been lodged in
dite form, has hoon accepted and is open


(Gazetted 1956).

In connection withi the application
mad-i by FOLKE ROLAND WERNBR
WERNESKOG of Foresumn, Sweidei, for
a patent in respect, of an invention
for "nImprovements in or relating to
moulding straw material." NoTrICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that the complete
specification of the said invention
which has been lodged in due form,
has been accepted and is open to pub-
lic inspection.


to public in-)ection. 2. Any person n iy at any time with-
2. Any p *rson may at any time with- in two months from the dale of publica-
in two months from tih- date of publica- ti6in of this notice in tile G;aztte, give
tion of thi not ice in the Gazette. give notice to the Regisi r of opposition to
notic.- to t~h- Registrar of opposition to the issue of a certificate of registration
the issue of a c,.rtificate of registration upon any of the grounds prescribed by
upon any of th- gr mnds prescribed by section 27 of tih aforesaid Ordinance
section 27 of the :iforesaid Ordinance for opposition to the grant of Letters
for opposition to the grant of Letters Patent.
Pntent.


C. E. A. RAWLE,
Regisjtrar of Patents.
Patent Office.
Saint Vincent,
6th April. 1956.


C. E. A. RAWLE,
Registrar of Patents.


Patent Office.
Saint Vincent.
6th April, 1956.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 APRIL, 1956.-(No. 23). 119


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE CIR-
CULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1st MARtH, 1956.

Average Circulation during
January, 1956:-
Br. Caribbean Cur-
rency Notes ...$58,7S8.097.CO
Demonetized Govt.
notes (outstanding)... 1,244,224.00

$60,033,221.00
British Caribbean Cur-
rency Notes in circu-
lation on 1st March,
1956:-
Trinidad & Tobago $27,703,498.00
Barbados ... 5,585,625.00
British Guiana ... 14,978,221.50
Grenada ... 2,754,100.00
St. Vincent ... 504,400.00
St. Lucia ... 934,000.00
Dominica ... 1,217,400.00
Antigua ... 1,665,300.00
St. Kitts ... 1,519,500.00
Montserrat ... 321,905.00

Total IBritish Caribbean
Currency Notes ... $57,183,949.50


Demonetized Trir
dad & Tobago G<
notes outstand-
ing
Demonetized Brit.
ish Guiana Govt.
notes outstand-
ing
Demonetized Bar-
bados Govt. note
outstanding


... $ 836,894.00



303,023.50

s 79,22.00
... 79,225.00


Total demonetized Govt.
notes outstanding ... $1,219,142.50

Total circulation
on 1st March, 1956 ... $58,403.092.00

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


NOTICE.

BUILDING LOTS AT MONTROSE
HOUSING SCHEME.

The Central Housing and Planning
Authority hereby bring to the atten-
tion of all Lot holders, Sec. 7 of the
First Supplementary Scheme, which


deals with the development of this
Housing Scheme :-
PERIOD WITHIN WHICH BUILDING CON-
STRUCTION SHALL BE COMMENCED
AND COMPLETED.
'Building construction shall be
commenced within six months of
the material date of the scheme
or of the date of the purchase of
the lot, whichever is the later,
and shall be completed within
one year of the date of com-
mencement. The Central Au-
thority may in its discretion
grant an extension of the above
named periods. In case of de-
fault the Oentral Authority may
repurchase the lot at the price
for which it was sold together
with a reasonable sum for any
building or part of a building
whose construction was approved
by the Central Authority."
Lot holders who have not complied
with the abo\e conditions, are hereby
notified that the Authority has again
approved a further extension of the
period to 31st August, 1956, after
which date action would be taken ac-
cordingly.
B. R. NEEHALL,
Executive Oficer & Secretary.

lZth April, 1956.


TREASURY NOTICE.

SUPPLIES CONTROL,

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that Import Licences will
be issued for the purchase of private
cars and commercial vehicles from the
United States and Canada provided
that-
(i) the purchase of a United States,
North American or Canadian
vehicle is essential and no reason-
able substitute can be found in
the noni-dollar world;
(it) the cars are made available only
to users whos- business or public
duties involve long distance travel
over up-country roads:
(;ii) the purchasers can establish that
they have a genuine need for this
type of car for purposes of import-
ance to the territory;
(iv) no resale is allowed except to
a user who would qualify under
the same conditions as the orig-
inal sale.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
Controller of Supplies.
26th March, 1956.


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SAINT VINCENT.

No. 10 of 1956.
I Assent,

L. COOLS.LARTIGUE,
Governor's Deputy.


31st March, 1956.
AN ORDINANCE further to amend the Estate and Succession
Duties Ordinance, 1939.


[ 17th Aprit, 1956. 1

Enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Estate and Succes-
. sion Duties (Amendment) Ordinance, 1956, and shall be read as
one with the Estate and Succession Duties Ordinance, 1939,
(hereinafter referred to as the principal Ordinance) and all
amendments thereto.

2. Section 11 of the principal Ordinance is hereby repealed
and replaced as follows:-


Property given
for public
purposes.


Short title.

No. 6 of 1939.


Section 11 of
principal
Ordinance
repealed and
replaced.


"11. (1) No estate duty shall be payable on
any interest or property given either inter
vivos or by will in any bf the following cir-
cumstances, that is to say-
(a) in support of any body of persons or
trust established within the Colony
exclusively-
(1) for charitable, religious, educational
or scientific purposes of a public na-
ture within the Colony, or







Estate and Succession Duties (Amendment).


(ii for charitable, religious, educational
or scientific purposes of a public na-
ture which, being without the Colony,
are approved by the Governor in
Council for the purposes of this sec-
tion;
(b) for charitable, religious, educational
or scientific purposes of public nature
within the Colony or for such
purposes which, being without the
Colony, are approved by the Governor
in Council for the purpose of this
section:
Provided always that bona fide posses-
sion and enjoyment by the donee or
legatee shall have been or shall be assumed
immediately upon payment of the legacy or
receipt of the gift and thereafter retained to
the entire exclusion of any benefit to any
relative of the donor or testator by contract
or otherwise.

I2) For the purposes of this section the
expression "body of persons" means -any body
politic, corporate or collegiate and any com-
pany, fraternity, fellowship and society of
persons whether corporate or not corporate."


Schedule B of
principal
Ordinance
further
amended.
No. 17 of 1948.


3. Schedule B of the principal Ordinance as amended by
the Estate and Succession Duties (Amendment) Ordinance, 1948,
is hereby further amended by deleting paragraph (3) thereof
ippearinq- under the head "Exemptions" and substituting there-
,'(,r the following new paragraph-
"(3) No succession duty shall be payable in respect of
any interest or property given either inter vivos or by will
in any of the circumstances mentioned in section 11 of this
Ordinance."


Passed t7ef Legislative Council this 8th day of March, 1956.

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
(F. 4/1955 Acting Clerk, Legislative Council.

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SAINT VINCENT.

No. 11 of 1956.


I Assent,
L. COOLS-LARTIGUE,
[ L.S. ] Governor's Deputy.
31st March, 1956.

AN ORDINANCE further to amend the Police Ordinance, 1947.
[ 17th April, 1956. 1

Enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Police (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1956, and shall be read as one with the Police Ordin-
ance, 1947, (hereinafter referred to as the principal Ordinance)
and all amendments thereto.

2. (1) Subsection (2) of section 46 of the principal Ordin-
ance as amended by section 10 of the Police (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1951, is hereby further amended by deleting the
words. "subsection (4) of this section" appearing in lines one
and two thereof and substituting therefore the following words
"the following section".
(2) Subsection (4) of section 46 of the principal Ordin-
ance is hereby repealed.

3. After section 46 of the principal Ordinance as amended,
there shall be added the following new section:-

"Pensions 46 A. (1) Where a non-commissioned officer or
to depen- constable of the Police Force dies within seven years
dants when as a result of injuries received-


an officer
is killed
on duty.


Short title.

No. 48 of 1947.

Section 46 of
principal
Ordinance
amended.
No. 32 of 1951.




Addition of
new section to
principal
Ordinance.


(a) in the actual discharge of his duty, and
(b) without his own default. and









No. 11. Police (Amendment). 1956.


ic) on account of circumstances specifically attri-
buted to the nature of his duty, while in the
service of the Government of the Colony, it
shall be lawful for the Governor in Council to
grant, in addition to the grant, if any, made to
his legal personal representative under section
46 (2) of this Ordinance-
(i) if the deceased non-commissioned officer
or constable leaves a widow, a pension to
her, while unmarried and of good charac-
ter at a rate not exceeding ten-sixtieths
of his annual rate of pay at the date of
the injury, or seventy-two dollars a year,
whichever is the greater;
(ii) if the deceased non-commisioned officer
or constable leaves a widow to whom a
pension is granted under the preceding
paragraph and a child or children, a pen-
sion in respect of each child, until such
child attains the age of 18 years, of an
amount not exceeding one-eighth of the
pension prescribed under the preceding
paragraph:
(iii if the deceased non-commissioned officer
or constable leaves a child or children,
but does not leave a widow, or no pension
is granted to the widow, a pension in
respect of each child, until such child
attains the age of 18 years, of double the
.amount prescribed by the preceding para-
graph;
iv, if the deceased non-commissioned officer
or constable leaves a child or children
and a widow to whom a pension is granted
under -,aragraph (i' of this subsection,
and the widow subsequently dies, a pen-
sion in respect of each child as from the
date of the death of the widow until such
child attains the age of 18 years, of double
the amount prescribed in paragraph (ii)
of this subsection;
(v) if the deceased non-commissioned officer
or constable does not leave a widow, or if
no pension is granted to his widow, and
if his mother was wholly or mainly de-
pendeni on him for her support, a pen-
sion to the mother whilel e of good charac-
ter and without adequate means of
support, of an amount not exceeding the









No. 11. Police (Amendment). 1956.


pension which might have been granted
to his widow;
(vi) if the deceased non-commissioned officer
or constable does not leave a widow or
mother, or if no pension is granted to his
widow or mother, and if his father was
wholly or mainly dependent on him for
his support, a pension to the father, while
of good character, of an amount not
exceeding the pension which might have
been granted to his widow;
(vii) if the deceased non-commissioned officer
or constable does not leave a child or
children who is or are eligible for a pen
sion under the provisions of this section,
and, if any brother or sister was wholly or
mainly dependent on him, for support, a
pension in respect of any such brother or
sister of the same amount and sub-jeci
to the same conditions as the pension
which might have been granted in respect
of a child under paragraphs (ii), (iii) and
(iv) of this subsection:
Provided that-
(a) pension shall not be payable under
this subsection at any time in re-
spect of more than six children or
in respect of a legitimate child born
later than nine months after the
date of the injury;
(b) in the case of a pension granted
under paragraph (v) of this sub-
section, if the mother is a widow at
the time of the grant of the pension
and subsequently remarries such
pension shall cease as from the
date of remarriage;
(c) a pension granted to a female child
under this section shall cease upon
marriage of such child under the
oge of 18 years;
(d) in the case of .a pension granted.
under paragraph (v), (vi) or (vii)
of this sub-section, if it appears to
the Secretary of State at any time
that the mother or father, or any
brother or sister is adequately pro-
vided with other means of support,









No. 11. Police (Amendment). 1956.


such pension shall cease as from
such date as the Secretary of State
may determine.
(2) For the purposes of this section, the fol-
lowing words have in relation to a deceased non-com-
missioned officer or constable the meanings respec-
tively assigned to them:-
(a) "brother" includes every male child
of his father or of his mother;
(b) "child" includes-
(i) a posthumus child;
(ii) a step-child or illegitimate child
born before the date of the
injury and wholly or mainly de-
pendent upon him for support;
and
(iii) an adopted child, adopted In a
manner recognized by law, be-
fore the date of the injury, and
dependent as aforesaid;
(c) "father" includes his step-father and
person by whom he has been adopted;
(d) "mother" includes his step-mother
and a female person by whom
he has been adopted;
(e) "sister" includes every female child
of his father or of his mother.
(3) If a non-commissioned officer or constable
proceeding by a route approved by the Governor to
or from the Colony at the commencement or termin-
ation of his service therein, or of -a period of leave
therefrom, dies as the result of damage to the vessel,
aircraft or vehicle in which he is travelling, or of any
act of violence directed against such vessel, aircraft
or vehicle, and the Governor is satisfied that such
damage or act is attributable to circumstances arising
out of any war in which Her Majesty may be engaged,
such non-commissioned officer or constable shall be
deemed, for the purpose of this section, to have died
in the circumstances described in subsection (1) of
this section:
Provided that this subsection shall not
apply in the case of a non-commissioned officer or
constable who is eligible to receive an award under
subsection (4) of this section.
(4) A non-commissioned officer or constable
who dies as a result of injuries received while travel-









Ie. 11. Police (Amendment). 1956.


ling by air in pursuance of official instructions shall
be deemed to have died in the actual discharge of his
duty and on account of circumstances specifically
attributable to the nature of his injuries; and if his
injuries were not also due to his own default the rates
of pension prescribed in paragraphs (i) and (ii) of
subsection (1) of this section shall be fifteen sixtieths
and one-sixth respectively.

4. This Ordinance shall be deemed to have come into force Commence-
en the 1st day, of December, 1954. meant.


Passed the Legislative Council this 8th day of March. 1956:

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Acting Clerk, Legislative Council.
(J. 33/1945.)


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SAINT VINCENT.

No. 12 of 1956.


I Assent,


L. COOLS-LAP.TTG-UE,
[L.S.] Governor's Deputy.
31st March, 1956.

AN ORDINANCE to further and protect the activities and
interests of the Girl Guides Association in the Colony.

[ 17th April, 1956. 1

Enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Girl Guides Associa-
tion Ordinance, 1956.

2. In this Ordinance-
"Association" means the Girl Guides Association incor-
porated under the Royal Charter on the 14th day
of December, 1922.
"Girl Guide" means a Girl Guide recognized ss such
under the constitution, byelaws, or rules of the
Association, and includes also all officers of the
Association.

3. It shall not be lawful for any person, not being by the
byelaws or rules of the Association duly authorised and entitled
so to do, publicly to wear, carry or bear any uniform. badge, token
or emblem (which under the said byelaws or rules is speciallyy
adopted for use under the authority of the Association) in such
style or manner as to convey an impression that such person
is, under the said byelaws or rules, entitled so to wear, carry or
bear such uniform, badge. token or emblem.


Short title


Interpre-. tio'


Restriction on
use of uniform
etc., of Girl
Guide
Association.









Girl Guides Association.


Personation by
Girl Guide of
person em-
ployed in the
Public Service.

No person
falsely to claim
connection with
Girl Guides
Association.





penalties .


Any person who publicly wears, carries or bears any uni-
form, badge, token or emblem in contravention of the provisions
of this section shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordin-
ance.

4. No Girl Guide shall assume the authority, exercise the
powers or perform the duties of any person employed in the
p7iic service unless sne has been lawfully authorized to do so.
i-., Girl Guide who contravenes any of the provisions of this
sAtion shall be guilty oi an offence against this Ordinance.

5. It shall not be lawful for any person to form, organize
or work in connection with or be concerned in forming or organ-
izing any corps or body which, without due authority granted
un:ier the Royal Charter of the Association, claim or purport to
be Girl Guides or c .nerwise to be connected with the Association,
or which hold lieimselves out as, or pass themselves off as, Girl
Guides or as otLherwise connected with the Association.
Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of this-
section shall be guilty of an offence under this Ordinance.

6. Any person guilty of an offence under this Ordinance
shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding
twenty-five dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding
one month.


Passed the Legislative Council this 8th day of March, 1956.

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Acting Clerk, Legislative Council.
(W. 61/1947.)


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SAINT VINCENT.


/.'STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1956, No. 17.


(Gazetted 17th April, 195&.)


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION.


[L.S.]
A. F. GILES,
Administrator.


WHEREAS it is enacted by section 9 of the Distribution of German Enemy
Property Ordinance, 1953, that the said Ordinance shall come into force on a
date to be appointed by the Governor by Proclamation published in the Gazette:
AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient that the said Ordinance shall come into
force on the 17th day of April, 1S56:
Now THirREORE I, ALEXANDER FALCONER GILES, the Of cer for the time
being administering the Government of the Colony of Saint Vincent, do hereby
proclaim that the said Ordinance shall come into force on the 17th day of April,
1956.
GIVEN under my hand and- the Public Seal of the Colony of Saint Vincent,
at Government Office in the said Colony this 13th day of April, One
thousand nine hundred and fifty-six and, in the Fifth Year of the Reign
of Her Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND.


(G. 4/1946.)


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SAINT VINCENT.

S STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1956, No. 18.

WAGES COUNCIL (SUGAR INDUSTRY) ORDER.

(Gazetted 17th April, 1956.)

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Wages Council (Sugar
Industry) Order, 1956.

2. Establishment of Wages Council. There shall be established In
respect of the workers to whom this Order applies as set out in the Schedule
hereto, and tieir employers, a Wages Council to be known as the Sugar Industry
Wages Council.

3. Cancellation. The Wages Council (Agriculture) (Sugar and Arrow-
root) Order, 1953, (S.R. & 0. 1953, No. 37) is hereby cancelled.

4. Commencement. This Order shall come into force on the 17th day of
April, 1956.


Made by the Governor-in-Council undcr section 3 of the Wages Councils
Ordinance, 1953 (No 1 of 1953), this 13th day of April, 1956.
F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(L. 1/1947 II.)

SCHEDULE.
Workers to -whom the Order applies.
Workers in the Colony employed by any person or undertaking engaged in
the cultivation and reaping of sugar canes and/or the manufacture of sugar in
respect of their employment for the purposes of such business.


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2 .. SAINT VINCENT.

.' STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

\_ ,1956, No. 19.

WAGES COUNCIL AGRICULTURER ) ORDER.

(Gazetted 17th April, 1956.)

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Wages Council (Agricul-
ture) Order, 1956.
2. Establishment of Wages Council. There shall be established in
respect of the workers to whom this Order applies as set out in the Schedule
hereto, and their employers, a Wages Council to be known as the Agricultural
Wages Council.

3. CancelUtion. The Wages Council (Agriculture) (Minor Crops) Order,
1953, (S.R. & 0. 1953, No. 38) is hereby cancelled.

4. Commencement. This Order hall come into force on the 17th day of
April, 1956.

Made by the Governor-in-Council under section 3 of the Wages Councils
Ordinance, 1953 (No 1 of 1953), this 13th day of April, 1956.
F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(L. 1/1947 II.)

SCHEDULE.
Workers to whom the Order applies.
Workers in the Colony employed by any person or undertaking (not including
vernment Cotton Ginnery or the Arrowroot Pool) engaged in the business
e cultivation and reaping of crops including arrowroot, cotton, peanuts,
potatoes and other crops (excluding sugar cane) and/or the manufacture
essing thereof in respect of their employment for the purposes of such


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