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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


Vol. S9.]


GAZETTE


Subliihed by authority.


S V[ VL..:[ I 1'. [I'UESDAY, 5 JUN I, 1956.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES,


[No. 33.


No. 231.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING .

It is notified for general information that thire will Ibe a meeting of the
Legislative Council at the Counocil Ch;imber, Kingstown, on Thursday, 7th
June, 1956, at 10.CO a.m.
The, Order of the Day of ihii meeting i- poillish ,d with this issue of the
Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is exten led to the general public.
5th June, 1956.
(A. 1/1949 II.)


No. 232.
LAYOU TOWN BOARD.
RESIGNATION.
Mr. THEOPHILUs A. WOODS has le-
signed as an elected member, Lnyou
Town Board, as from 30th April, 1956.
5th June, 1956.
No. 233.
LEGISLATION.

The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified that
Her Majesty the QUEEN will not he
advised to exercise her power of dis-
allowance in respect of the followi>uit
Ordinances of this Government:-
No. 11 of 1956.--An Ordinance fur-
ther to amend the Police Ordin-
ance, 1947.
(J. 33/1945).


N:i. 1S of 1956.-An Ordinance fur-
ther to :tirnod the Supreme Court
Ordinince, 1941.
(J. 8/1945).
5th Ju, e. 1956.

No. 234.
The uitdermntionped Ordinance
which lihs been assent-d to by His
Excellncy the Governor is published
wi:I this i-'snu of tihe Gazette:-
No. 21 of 1956.-An Ordinance to
amend the Agriculture Ordinance,
1951.
(C. 21/1941).
5th June, 1956.
No. 235.
Ti,, undermentioned Ordinances
which 1h)ive been assented to by the
Governor's Deputy are published with
this issue of th, Gazette:-


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, b JUNE, 1956-(No. 33).


No. 22 of 1956.-An Orrldinance to 3. The duties of the post are to act as
provide for thi sl(, ston.I-' of iDeputy to the Superintendent of Public
explosives. Works, and to perform general adminis-
trative and supervisory duties of the
(J. 34/1950). Public Works Department, covering

No. 23 of 1956.-An Ord.inancc f ur- buildings and engineering projects,
SExport maintenance, water supply, roads, air-
ther to amend te CoLt n Export fields, telephones etc.
Levy Ordinance. 1934. 4. Candidates should possess the
(B. 14/1946). A.R.I.B.A. or A.M.I.C.E. qualification, or
5th June, 1956. should be Chartered Surveyors just
qualified, or should be of Intermediate
No. 236. Examination standard or of comparable
experience and qualifications.
The following Document is 1,u- 5. Free passages will be provided for
listed with this issue oT the Gazette:- the officer and also for his wife and not
R. & 0. No. 1.--The Young's Island more than three children under the age
(Rental and Control) Rules, 1956. of eighteen years who are unmarried
(P. 41947). and are dependent upon him, provided
(P. 4/1947;. that they accompany him or join him in
5th June, 1956. the Colony or Presidency within twelve
months of his appointment.
No. 219. 6. Under General Orders vacation
VACANT POSTS. leave may be granted at the rate of 45
days per annum accumulable up to a
maximum of 144 days. A free leave pas-
VACANCY FOR BINDER IN GOVERN- sage will be provided for the officer him-
MENT PRINTING OFFICE. ST. VINCENT. self and also his wife and not more than
-- three children under the age of eighteen
Applications are in vittd f or the post years who are unmarried and are depen-
of Binder in the Government Printing dent upon him, back to the place of
Office, St. Vincent. recruitment, upon completion of the
The post, which is pnsionabl,, cir- contract.
ries salary in the scale $732 x $ 36- 7. Applications should be submitted
$912. No Cost-of-Livig allowance is to the Colonial Secretary in the Colony
$912. No Cost-of-Livig allowance in which the applicant resides not later
paid. but there are facilities for over- than the 15th June, 1956, for onward
time work. Salary at a higher point transmission to the Government of the
than the minimum of the scale will be Presidency of St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla.
granted, if necessary, to a qualified can-
didate. -5th June, 1956.
didate.
Applicants must possess a I'ull know-
ledge of binding anl ruling, and must No. 238.
produce evidence to that effect. VACANCY IN POST OF CLERK OF WORKS,
Applications should be addressed to PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,
the Government Secretary, Government ST. KITTS-NEVIS-ANGUILLA.
Office, St. Vincent, and should reach
him not later tMan Saturday 80th1 June, Applications are invited from suitably
1966. qualified persons for appointment to the
post of Clerk of Works, St. Kitts-Nevis-
22nd May, 1956. Anguilla.
2. The post is pensionable and car-
No. 237. ries salary of $3,744 x $144-$4,320 per
VACANCY IN THE POST OF ASSISTANT annum, and a transport allowance. The
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, officer appointed thereto will be on
ST. KITTs-NmvIs-ANGUILLA. three years probation and subject to the
Regulations for Her Majesty's Colonial
Applications are invited from suitably Service and to the Laws, General Orders
qualified persons for appointment to the and Statutory Rules and Orders in force
post of Assistant Superintendent of Pub- in the Colony from time to time.
lic Works, St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla. 3. The duties of the post are the
2. The post is on contract for a period supervision and maintenance of Public
of three years and carries salary of Works covering building and engineer-
$5,760 per annum and a transport allow- ing projects.
ance. A gratuity in lieu of pension will 4. Candidates should have extensive
be payable upon successful completion knowledge and experience in general
of the contract. The officer appointed Civil Engineering and building construe-
thereto will be subject to the Regulations tion; a knowledge of all trades and wide
of Her Majesty's Colonial Service and experience in the supervision of labour.
to the Laws, General Orders and Statu- 5. Free passages will be provided for
tory Rules and Orders in force in the the officer and also for his wife and not
Colony from time to time; more than three children under the age














SAINT VINCEN.', TUESDAY, 5 JUNE, 1956.-(No. 33).


of eighteen years who are unmarried transmission to the Government of the
and are dependent upon him, provided Presidency of St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla.
that they accompany him or join him in 5th June, 1956.
the Colony or Presidency within twelve
months of his appointment. No. 240.
6. Under General Orders, vacation VACANCY IN POST OF LAND SURVEYOR,
leave may be granted at the rate of 36 VACANCY IN POST OF LAND SURVEYOR,
days per annum accumulable up to a PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,
maximum of 144 days. A free leave pas-
sage to a British Caribbean Colony will .
be provided for the officer himself after Applications are invited from suitably
completing a minimum tour of three qualified persons for appointment to the
years, or for the officer and his wife post of Land Surveyor, St. Kitts-Nevis-
after completing a minimum tour of six Anguilla.
years. 2. The post is pensionable and carries
7. Applications should be submitted a salary of $4,320 per annum and a
to the Colonial Secretary in the Colony transport allowance. The person ap-
in which the applicant resides not later pointed thereto will be on three years
than the 15th June, 1956, for onward probation and he will be subject to the
transmission to the Government of the Regulations for Her Majesty's Colonial
Presidency of St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla. Service and to the Laws, General Orders
and Statutory Rules and Orders in force
5th June, 1956. in the Colony from time to time.
3. The duties of the post will be the
No. 239. execution of cadastral surveys and tie in
VACANCIES FOR ASSISTANT DRAUGHTSMEN to Triangulation; preparation of second
IN THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT OF order precise traverses, topographic
ST. KITTs-NEVIS-ANGUILLA. plans and hydrographic surveys; layout
of roads, housing schemes, buildings
It is notified for general information and engineering works; levelling; pre-
that vacancies exist in the Public Works paration of neat and accurate drawings.
Department, St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla, for 4. Candidates should have passed the
three Assistant Draughtsmen. Applica- Intermediate Examination of the Royal
tions are invited from suitably qualified Institution of Chartered Surveyors or
persons for appointment to these posts. have comparable experience and qualifi-
2. The posts are non-pensionable and cation.
officers appointed thereto will be on 5. Free passages will be provided for
contract for 3 years and on a salary the officer and his wife and not
scale of $3,744 x $144-$4,320. A gratuity more than three children under the age
in lieu of pension will be payable on the of eighteen years who are unmarried
satisfactory completion of the contract,. and are dependent upon him, provided
The appointment will be subject to the that they accompany him or join him in
Regulations for Her Majesty's Colonial the Colony or Presidency within twelve
Service and to the Laws, General Orders months of his appointment.
and Statutory Rules and Orders in force 6. Under General Orders, vacation
in the Colony from time to time. leave may be granted at the rate of 45
3. The duties of the posts are the pre- days per annum accumulable up to a
paration of plans, estimates and quanti- maximum of 180 days. A free return
ties for buildings, housing and other leave passage to a British Caribbean
Civil Engineering works. Colony may be provided for the officer
4. Candidates should have experience himself after completing a minimum
and sound knowledge of building con- tour of two years, or for the officer and
struction and reinforced concrete detail- his wife after completing a minimum
ing. tour of four years. A free return passage
5. Free passages will be provided for to the United Kingdom may be provided
the officer and also for his wife and not for the officer himself after completing
more than three children under the age a minimum tour of four years.
of eighteen years who are unmarried 7. Applications should be submitted
and are dependent upon him, provided to the Colonial Secretary in the Colony
that they accompany him or join him in in which the applicant resides not later
the Colony or Presidency within twelve than the 15th June, 1956, for onward
months of his appointment. transmission to the Government of the
6. Under General Orders vacation Presidency of St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla.
leave may be granted at the rate of 36
days per annum. A free passage back to By Command,
the place of recruitment will be provided
for the officer himself on completion of A. L. SAMUEL,
the contract. Acting Government Secretary.
7. Applications should be submitted
to the Colonial Secretary in the Colony GOVERNMENT OFFICE.
in which the applicant resides not later
than the 15th June, 1956, for onward 5th June. 1956.













-Sl F. U [N JIEN TUl'ESDXY, 5 JUN il 19.Th- 33.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTI [HER NOTICES.

NOTICE.

CARIBBEAN TRAINING PROGRAMME
IN PUERTO RICO 1956-1957.

A applications are in\it(!d for the
follvini g Cotirses offered by the Inter-
national (Co-operation. Administration
in a-.sociation with the Government of
the Cotminonwealtl of Puerto Rico, to be
held in PIuerto Lice' commencing in
August 1956.
Applications are to be sent to the
Education Officer, Department of Educa-
tion, and must reach himii on or before
Saturday 1611h Junie, !956.
Applicants muit state age, education,
experience, if any, in the trade in which
training is required, and present occu-
pation. Applicants shall not he below
the age of 17 years.
Courses are offered in :-
1. Trade and Industrial Education :
which includes:-
(1) Autobody Rep:ir and Painting
(2) Automechanics
(3) Carpentry and Woodworking
(4) Commercial Art and Design (for
boys and girls)
(5) Construction Drafting
(6) Diesel Mechanics
(7) Electricity
(8) Furniture Making
(9) Furniture Upholstery (for boys
and girls)
(10) Machine Shop
(11) Masonry and Bricklaying
(12) Power S'ewinlg Machine Opera-
tion (for boys and girls)
(13) Plumbing and Pip? Fitting
(14) Printing and Linotype
(15) I1adio- Television
(16) R-frigierit ion and Air Condition-
ing
(17) Watch and Clock Repairing (for
boys and girls)
(18) Practical Nursivg (for girls
,nly)
(19) ('osm,,tolo yy (for -irls only)
(20) 1)ressniakine (for girls only)
(21) Barberini
(22) Ornamnental Iron Work
(23) Bakery and Pastry (for boys and
girls)
In addition special courses for more
advanced trainees are offered as fol-
lows:-
(a) Training of Prospective Teachers
in Vocational Trade Schools.
(b) Training of Prospective Teachers
of Diversified Occupations Pro-
gram.


(c) Tr;%i ,,g f r l'rispective Super-
visors in Indns:ry.
2. Agriculture and Agricultural
Extension.
(a) For teachers-VocationalTeacher
Training in Agriculture.
(i,) Agricultural E.xtension
3. Home Economics
4. Cooperatives
5. Social Work
6. Cinmmunity Educatiri
7. Public Hlealth
Further infoirnmtioni can be olbtainedi
from the El uication Depaitnicm:.

C. V D. HADLEY,
Education Officer.
Department of Education,
St. Vincent,
28ih May, 1956.


PUBLIC WORKS NOTICE.

Persons whose water tat( s, in respect
of the cu rent year remain uinpaid on
1st July, 1956 will be disconnected.
2. Re-connection will only be made
on payment of a fe, of $3.00.
RONALD G. SMITH,
Superintendent of Works.
29th May. 1956.

SAINT VINCENT.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS.
A.D. 1956.


Suit No. 12.
Between
CARLiS

EDMUN


LE ANDERSON
and
D WILLIAMS


IPtaintifiT

D~efendan t.


NOTICE is hereby given that on
Saturday the 9th day of June. 1956,
between the hours of 12 o'clock noon
and 3.00 p.m. there will be put up for
sale at the Court House in Kingstown the
undermentioned goods and chattels the
property of the abovi named defendant
EDMUND WILLIAMS levied upon by
virtue of a writ of seizure and sale
issued in the above suit:-
One House, sides boarded, roof
covered with galvanise, situated at
Kingstown Hill.
Dated this 14th day of May, 1956.

C. E. A. RAWLE,
Reqistrar Supreme Court.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 JUNE, 1956.-(No. 33). 175


INCOME TAX NOTICE.

NOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having been
defaulters under the Income Tax Ordinance Cap 192, their properties having
been levied upon, will be offered for sale at the Treasury, Kingstown, on
Saturday, 23rd June, 1956, at 1.00 o'clock for recovery of taxes due.
F. E. WILLIAMS,
Treasury Chambers, Ag. Accountant General.


St. Vincent.
25th May, 1956.

Name of Owner.

Ott -Lis Wallace
Samu il Yeat Nwoo(l


iitualioli U/
Property~.


(iaorgetno~vt)


Description of
Property.
Onl House
Oe( House, and One
Truck N1,. 6i1.


SAINT VINCENT. 1956, 1 rom 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to receive
nominations to fill the :(at o( an elected
CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING memin er caused by the resignation of
AUTHORITY. Mr. THEOPHILUS A. WOODS.
Sh'oild a Poll be required, it would
RESOLUTION giving miic ni I .*i, li tak-.n ai ihe sd(l Office on Wednes-
sion to prepar. a Housiiig Sct'irn on :I di:y, 27thi June, 1956, from 1) a.n to
Portion of Rutland Vale Estate situated 12 iIon anii,d I IIi I p.im.. io 5.30 p.m.
in the Parisli of St. Pitrick and o dIe-
clae thle areaaHousing a- ea. NERNVILLE A. HANNAWAY,
Clerk and RIeturning Officer.
Section 14 of the Slum Clearance and
Housing Ordinance, No. 1 of 1946. 2t;th Miv, 1956.
I'he following Res',luition wlichi wv:s ..
passed at a m-cting of ihe Central Hotus- SAIN I' VINCENT.
ing and Planning Authority held on the
18th M.y, 1956, is published for venerl IN TH SUPRE.IE COURT OF TIHE
information. \INDWAR) ISLANDS AND


RESOLU TION
BE IT RESOLVED AND IT IS HEREBY
RESOLVED that the Central Housing
and Planning Authorit- have this 8 h
day if May, 19J6, decided to prepare a
Scheme under the provision of' Section
14 of the Slnm Clearance and losingg
Ordinanc-, No. 1 of 1946 for-
All that parcel of land lying in the
Parish of Saint Patrick ;nod being a
portion of Rutlmid Vale Estate known
as 'Swamp Gut', ineasilin-n mor, o0
less 1 ac. 3 r(d. 35 pl. and bounded on
the Nortlh by tho L-iyou River, o:n the
west-by lands ot Joseph Skinner. on li,,
East by lands of Clement Mdtlord, :;nd
on the South by a ro;d. A Plan of the
portion of land beAiring No. P'. 85. can
be seen at ith, Office of th- ti "wn Sur-
vevor and ;t the office of the Centr.il
Housing and Planning Autlio:ity.
B. R. NEEHALL,
Executive Officer & Secrrttary
'entrtal Housing and Planning
Authority.
22nd May, 1956.


LAYOU TOWN BOARD.

NOTICE is her-by givon that in i(-
cordanc' with Sect'ion 25 of the Local
Govrn'nent Or linance "'o. 17 4f 1951
the Clerk will be in attendance :it the
Warden's Office on Monday. 1lth June,


tSummary Jurisdiction)
A.D. 1955

Suit No. 60.
Between
FRANCIS BUTE on behalf of the Gov-
erinent of St. Vinc( nt Plaintiff
;ll (1
AMES GRANT et Or Defendant.

NOTICE is hereby given that oi
Saturday t/e 9Oth day of June, 1956,
between ill'. hours of 12 o'clock noon
and 3.00 p i,, tlt rie will :ie Iuit up for
s.le at tile Co" ilt H.-use itl Kiinl8st'wn
th'e undermentiondi goods and chattels
the propel t\ f tle al). t n:ni~, deli nd-
ant .JAMES GRANT levied ipion by vir-
ito of :i wi-it of s i/ire :ni]d dil, is-nied
in the ablo e suiit
O ,'. (1) !.r: ih
Two ( '2) lpi-.'es scautli!.L, ac(h nine
f, e t I ]l ,I .
Four (-1) ,\') in chlairs
Ono (1) Wagt,,-,tte
On,. (1) w ish st ,nl
One (1) CUonter
One (1) pihc local lumber
One (l) S'iddle
One (1) Honse, sides boarde,1. roof
coveted with Lalva iise, size 22 x
30 fet.
Dated this 14th day of May, 1956.
C. E. A. RAWLE,
Registrar Suprnemp Court.













176 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 JUNE, 1956.-(No. 33).


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948.

It is hereby notified for general information that the Quarterly
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 provisions of the Liquor Licences
Ordinance, 1948 at the time and places hereunder.


Parish.


Time and Place of Session.


St. George & St. Andrew ... At the Court House, Kingstown, on
IVednesday the 13th June, 1956, at 10.00
o'clock in the foreiioon.
Charlotte ... At the Court House, Georgetown, on
Friday! the 15th .June. 7966, at 10.00
o'clock in the foren ooul.
Notices of intention to opposethe grant of any Certificates stating in general
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 Sessions.
N. A. BERRIDGE,
Magistrate.

PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CER 'IFICATES
AND TRANSFERS.


Parish. Name of Applicant. Occupation. Residence.


St. George &
St. Andrew ... Elmund Hinds Fish Vendor Kingstown

Esau John Shopkeeper Dauphine
Village
Cyril Williams ,, Kingstown

Fitz Allan Matthews ,, Victoria
Village
Edgar Gibson ,. Kingstown
Browne Brothers Merchants

Hubert Hinds I Shopkeeper


Dorothy John
George Sam

Haywood Thomas
Aaron Thomas
Germaine Adina
Murphy
James Galley
George 0. Walker

Charlotte ... Charlie Child

Edmund Smith

Elisha Sampson

Owen Sutherland


Belair
Kingstown

Prospect
Calder
Montrose


,, Peniston
,, Layou

Shopkeeper Sandy Bay
Village
Chauffeur Mt. Ben-
tinck
Shopkeeper, New
Adelphi
A Mt. Ben-
tinck


Bay Street,
Kingstown
Dauphine Vil-
lage
Middle Street,
Kingstown
Victoria Village

Dorsetshire Hill
Bay Street,
Kingstown
Market Square,
Kingstown
Belair
Middle Street,
Kingstown
Prospect
Calder
Montrose

Peniston
Layou

Sandy Bay Vil-
lage
New Mt.
Bentinick
New Adelphi

Mt. Bentinck


Dated this 25th dlay of May, 1956.
N: A. BERRIDGE,
JMagistrate.

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SAINT VINCENT.

RULES AND ORDERS,

1956, No. 1. ---

YOUNG'S ISLAND (RENTAL AND CONTROL) RULES.

(Gazetted 5th June, 1956.)

1. Short title. These Rules may be cited as the Young's Island (Rental
and Control) Rules, 1956.

2. Interpretation. In these Rules-
"the buildings" means the Government Observation Station and the Isolation
Hospital at Young's Island;
"Superintendent" means the Superintendent of Public Works.

3. Rental of buildings. (1) The buildings, or either of them, may
be rented upon the terms and conditions hereinafter set out when they are not
in use.
(2) Applications for the hire, of one or both of the buildings shall be made
by the intending hirer in writing addressed to the Superintendent and every
such application shall be subject to the approval of the Administrator.
(3) Rent shall be at the rates set out in the Schedule hereto and shall be
paid in" advance to the Superintendent together with a deposit of ten dollars to
cover any damage to or loss of Government property for which the hirer may
become liable under the provisions of these Rules.
(4) Every person whose application to rent one or both of the buildings has
been granted shall, before occupying the buildings, pay to the Superintendent
the following charges:-
For the use of a boat and the services of a boatman-
For a day only or part of a day ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... $1.25
For each day after the first and up to the ninth ...... ...... .40
For periods over nine days and up to a month ...... ...... ...... 5.00
For electrical current consumed- .
For a period of one month ..... ..... ...... ...... ...... 2.50
For a period exceeding one day but not exceeding one week and
thereafter for each week or portion thereof ...... ...... .75

4. Picnic parties. The Superintendent may in his discretion, upon
application made to him in writing in that behalf, grant permission to any
number of persons to land on Young's Island and to use the Island and one or
both of the buildings for picnic purposes between sunrise and sunset of any day
upon payment in advance of two dollars and fifty cents in addition to the charge
X specified under paragraph (4) of rule 3 fpr the use of a boat and the services of
boatman.

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5. Liabilities of hirer. The person who hires one or both of the
buildings shall-
(a) leave the building or buildings clean;
(b) be liable for any damage to or loss of Government property occurring
during his occupancy;
(c) pay from the amount deposited by him in pursdance of the provisions of
paragraph (3) of rule 3 of these Rules such sum as may be certified by
the Superintendent to be due for damage to or loss of Government
property.

6. Termination of occupancy The occupancy of the buildings may
be terminated by the Administrator upon giving to the hirer three hours' notice
in writing, in which event the rent payable shall be calculated on the actual
time of occupation.

7. Buildings not to be sublet. The buildings shall not be sublet.

8. Precedence of application. If more than one application is made
for the hire of the buildings, or either-of them, for the same period, or part of
the same period such applications will be considered by the Superintendent in
the order in which they have been received by him:
Provided that where more than one such application has been received by
the Superintenden-r on the same day both from persons resident in the Colony
and persons not so resident, the applications from persons resident in the Colony
will first be considered in alphabetical order of their surnames, and the applica-
tions from other persons will next be considered in alphabetical order of their
surnames.

9. Time-limit of applications for hire. Applications for the hire
of the buildings for any period beginning more than one month, or less than one
week (except in urgent cases) after the date of the application, will hot be
considered.

10. Responsibility of Caretaker. The Caretaker shall be responsible
to the Superintendent for the Government furniture and household articles in
the buildings and for the scavenging and general sanitary conditions of the
buildings.

13. Revocation. The Young's Island (Rental and Control) Rules, 1954,
(R.O. 1954, No. 1) are hereby revoked.
SCHEDULE. (Rule 3 (3).)

FOR THE OBSERVATION STATION.
For a day only or part of a day ..... ...... ...... ...... ...... $ 5.00
For each day after the first up to the sixth with a minimum rental of $ 250
$7.20 ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... ...... $2 0.00
For a w eek ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... $20.00









For each day after the seventh up to and including the thirteenth ..... $ 1.25
For a fortnight ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... $28.00
For each day after' the fourteenth up to and including the day before the
completion of a calendar month ...... ...... ...... ...... $ 1.00
For a m onth ...... ...... ..... ..... ...... ...... ...... ...... $40.00
In addition to the above a fee of $2.50 to cover cost of scrubbing will be
charged.

FOR THE ISOLATION STATION.
For a day only or part of a day ...... .... ...... ...... ..... ...... $ 2.50
For each day after the first up to the sixth-with a minimum rental of
$3.75 ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ... ...... $ 1 .25
For a w eek ..... ...... ...... ...... ...... .... ...... ...... $10.00
For each day after the seventh up to and including the thirteenth ...... .75
For a fortnight ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... $15.00
For each day after the fourteenth up to and including the day before the
completion of a calendar month ...... ..... ...... ...... ...... .50
For a m onth ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... .... ...... ...... $20.00
In addition to the above a fee of one dollar ($1.00) to cover the cost of
scrubbing will be .charged.


Made by the Governor in Council this 18th day of May, 1956.

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(P. 4/1947.)


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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 12 cents. ]
1956.












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