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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Language: English
Creator: Saint Vincent
Publisher: G.P.O.
Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
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Publication Date: May 7, 1957
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 23: The Diplomatic Privileges (World Health Organisation) (Amendment) Order, 1957
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 24: The Pensions (Amendment) Regulations 1957
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 25: The Export Duties (Amendment) Order, 1957 - 7th May, 1957
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    Supplements to Gazette: Minutes of the Meeting of the Legislative Council held on the 4th April, 1957
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SAINT VINCEN'F


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


Jublishedt bn uthoriin.


VOL. 90.] SAINi VIN N i', TUESDAY. 7 MAY, 1957 [No. 22.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 199.
VISIT OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE ACTING GOVERNOR TO ST. LUCIA.
His Excellency the Acting Governor, Mr. H. L. LINDO, C.M.G., proceeded to
St. Lucia on 2nd May, 1957, for an official visit of about 8 days.
During His Excellency's absence from Grenada, Mr. L. COOLS-LARTIGUE, O.B.E.,
Chief Secretar, Windward Islands, has been appointed Governor's Deputy.
7th May 1957.
(A. 2/1950 I.)
No. 189.
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE 1946
(No. 22 of 1946)
AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE ACQUISITION by the Governor-in-Council of a certain
parcel of land at Paget Farm in the Parish of the Grenadines for a public
purpose.

DECLARATION- OF ACQUISITION OF LAND.
(SECOND PUBLICATION.)
WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance 1946
(No. 22 of 1946) that if the Governor-in-Council considers that any Land should
be acquired for a public purpose he may cause a declaration to that effect to
be made:
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Governor-in-Council that the undermeni-
tioned parcel of land should be acquired for a public purpose, to wit, the erectioni
thereon of a 'school building.
Now"IT Is-HEREY'DECLFACRDby Hi- Excellency the Governor acting by and
with the advice of the ExecutiVe 'Cotuill 'of 'tlib Coldny of 'Saint VinceAt that
upon the second Publication of this Notice in the Gazette'all that parcel of land
at Paget Farm in the Island of Bequia in the Parish of the Grenadines, the
property of'Ethel OlHitlerre et alia being 46,914, square feet in area and bounded
on the Notth, East-and Wesf by the remaining lands of Ethel Ollivierre et alia



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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY. 7 MAY, 1957.-(No. 22).


and on the South by a Public track along the sea coast, shall vest absolutely
in the Crown:
AND IT Is HEREBY FURTHER DECLARED AND NOTIFIED that a plan bearing the
number Gr. 72 has been prepared by H. R. WASON, Licensed Land Surveyor
and can be inspected at all reasonable hours at the Lands and Surveys Office
of Kingstown in the Esfi Ccl-ny.

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Clerk of the Executive Council.
30th April, 1957.
(E. 4/1957.)



No. 200.
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE, 1946
(No,. 22 of 1946).



NOTICE OF PRELIMINARY SURVEY.



(Under Section 4 of the Ordinance.)

FIRST PUBLICATION.

WHEREAS it is enacted under section 4 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance,
1946 (No. 22 of 1946) that if it appears to the Gcvernor in Council that any land
is likely to be required for any public purpose which in the opinion of the
Governor in Council, is a public purpose and it is necesc,: y to ::ake a preliminary
survey or other investigation of the land, he may cause a notification to that
effect to be published in the Gazette:

AND WHEREAS the Governor in Council considers that a portion of land at
Georgetown in the Parish of Charlotte measuring approximately 4,000 square
feet in area being the property of the Heirs of Laura Gray, as further described
in the Schedule hereunder, is likely to be acquired for a public purpose, to wit,
the extension and improvement of the Georgetown Police Station:

AND WHEREAS it is necessary to make a preliminary survey and other investi-
gations of the said portion of land:

Now THEREFORE, this is to require ALL PERSONS INTERESTED to allow
Mr. H. R. Wason, the Authorised Officer (and his agents, assistants and workmen)
to do all or any of the following things, that is to say:-

(a) to enter upon and survey and take levels of the said portion of land
in the above mentioned locality;
(b) to set out the boundaries of the land intended to be acquired;
(c) where otherwise the survey cannot be completed or the boundaries set
out or levels taken, to cut down and clear away any standing crop, fence,
tree or bush;
(d. to do all such other acts as m:ay be incidental to or necessary for any of
the purposes aforesaid.

SCHEDULE.

ALL that portion, lot or parcel of land situate at Georgetown in the Parish
of Charlotte bounded on the North by the lands of Laura Gray, on the South
partly by lands of Charles Grant and partly by the lands of the Heirs of McLeod
Melville, on the East by the lands of the Georgetown Police Station the property
of the Crown and on the West by King Street, or however otherwise the same
may be butted bounded known or described.

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Clerk of Executive Council.
7th May, 1957.














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No. 201.

INTERIM PUBLIC SERVICE
COMMISSION.

At t"e request of the Standing Federa-
tion Committee, an interim Public Ser-
vice Commission will be set up to fulfil
consultative functions with regard to
appointments in the Federal Public
Service until permanent commission ap-
pointed by the Governor General. Gov-
ernments have been consulted, and the
following have been agreed to serve on
part time basis:-

Sir JOHN SAINT, Chairman, Public Ser-
vice Commission, Barbados.

C. R. CAMPBELL, Chairman, Public Ser-
vice Commission, Jamaica.

R. LANGE, Chairman, Public Service
Commission, Trinidad.


B. H. EASTER of St. Lucia, Extra
Tutor U.C.W.I. representing
ward and Leeward Islands.
7th May, 1957.
(C. 12/1956 (B).)


Mural
Wind-


No. 202.
APPOINTMENTS.

His Excellency the Acting Governor
has been pleased to approve, with the
concurrence of the Secretary of State
for the Colonies, the appointment of Mr.
W. C. RAILTON as Roads Engineer, St.
Vincent, with effect from 15th April,
1957.
7th May, 1957.
(P.F. 861.)


No. 203.
Dr. I. D. SMYTH, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.
(Dub.), as a District Medical Officer, St.
Vincent, with effect from 15th April,
1957.
7th May, 1957.
(P.F. (865.)


No. 204.
COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX.

Mr. C. V. D. HADLEY, Acting Assistant
ACr':inistrator and Establishment Officer,
has been appointed a Commissioner of
Income Tax under the provisions of Sec-
tion 3 of the Income Tax Ordinance,
1948, with effect f.rom 6th May, 1957.
7th May, 1957.
(A. 37/1944.)


No. 205.
VACATION LEAVE.

The Honourable A. V. KING, Acting
Assistant Administrator and Establish.
nient Officer, has been granted 308 days'
vacation leave with effect from 6th May,
1957.
7th May, 1957.
(P.F. 33.)


No. 206.
Mr. A. D. DUNCAN, Office Superinten-
dent, P.W.D. has been granted 140 days'
vacation leave with effect from 1st May,
1957.
7th May 1957.
(P.F. 64.)


No. 207.
Miss GRACE DAISLEY, Junior Clerk,
General Post Office, has been granted
180 days' leave with effect from 1st May,
1957.
7th May, 1957.
(P.F. 582.)


No. 208.
ACTING APPOINTMENTS.

Consequent on the grant of vacation
leave to the Honourable A. V. KING, His
Honour the Administrator has approved
of the following acting appointments
with effect from 6th May, 1957 and until
further nctice:-
(a) Mr. C. V. D. HADLEY, B.Sc., Educa-
tion Officer as Assistant Adminis-
trator and Establishment Officer
(b) Mr. J. J. ANTROBUS, Inspector of
Schools, as Education Officer and
(c) Mr. E. B. JOHN, Headmaster,
Belair Government School, as In-
spector of Schools.
7th May, 1957.
(P.F. 219, 250.)
(A. 51/1944.)


No. 209.
AIR TRANSPORT LICEiNSIN;
AUTHORITY.

With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 384 of 11th September, 1956, Mr.
R. C. P. BRYAN, M.B.E., has been ap-
pointed to act as Chairman, and Mr.
C. L. SPROTT as Member of the Air Trans-
port Licensing Authority, consequent on
the departure of Mr. 0. R. KELSICK from
the Colony.
7th May, 1957.


(Q. 2/1954.)














111 ; T V1I W _'7O 1, T G PS D AY, 7' MI ',y, 1-67. -(No. -2)s.


No. 210.
Consequent on the grant of 140 days'
vacation leave to Mr. A. D. DUNCAN, Mr.
Gi F. JACK, Transport Officer, P.W.D. (on
secondment), has been recalled from
leave, and appointed to act as Office
Superintendent, P.W.D., with effect from
1st May, 1957.
7th May, 1957.
(P.F. 114.)

No. 2i1.
RESIGNATION.

IN.-P~CT'r. OF Vl HICLI';S.

With re-erence to Government Notice
No. 188 of 8th May, 1956, Mr. G. FERRARI
has resigned as Inspector of Motor
Vehicles, with effect from 20th April, 1357.
e7h May, 1957.
(J. 97/1948.)

NC-. 212.:
Mr. A. R. C. CON-ELL. as Programme
Assistant, W.:.B.S. with effect from 1st
May, 1957.
7th May, 1957.
(P.: 195.)


No. 213.
VACANT POSTS.

AGRICULTURAL OFFICER
(RESEARCH) -CAMDEN PARK
EXPERIMENTAL STATION.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment to
the- post- ofu Agricultural- Officer (Re-
seareh') Camden.4 Park Experimental
Station,i Department of Agriculture, St.
Vincent, particulars of which are as fol-
lows -
Appointment:
The post is non-pensionable, and the
appointment will be on a contractual
basis, or on secondment, for a period


Qualifications:
The minimum qualification required
is the Diploma of the Imperial College
of Tropical Agriculture or an equiva-
lent degree, with experience in Tropi-
cal Agriculture. General administra-
flton experience and knowledge of
applied research and extension work
would- be advantageous.

Salary:
The' salary is in the scale $3,380 x
$120-$4,320, plus a pay addition of
20% of salary.
Allowyances:
Travelling and Subsistence Allw-
ances are p-;iaboe in accordance with
loc.li regulations, in respect of ap-
proved1 travel on duty.
Quarters:
Quarterssavi-e:provided at' the Station
for which rental will be charged at the
rate: of 10% of salary or 5% of the
assessed value of the quarters, which-
ever is less.
Passages:
Free passages to St. Vincent will be
ipro ided on first appointment for the
officer, his wife and children, not ex-
ceeding five persons in all; Children
to be under 18 years of age, unmarried
ana dependent on the officer. In tlhe
case of a contract appointment, free
passages will be provided on the satis-
factory termination of the contract.
Leave cnd Leave Passages:
Vacation leave on full salary will be
granted in accordance with local leave
regulations. In the case of a contract
appointment, vacation leave will be
granted- at the rate of one week for
each. completed period c'f three r- months
resident service. Such leave to be
taken on the satisfactory termination
of the contract.
Leave passages are provided in: ac-
cordance with the Windward Islands
Leave Passage Regulations.
Medical Attention:
Free medical attention and medi-
cines are not provided.


oi o 2 /years n e + 4 -0T
pension rights of any pensionable Taxation:
seconded officer will be preserved. All Government officials are liable
Dvties: to taxation imposed by local! enact-
The duties of the office will be those: ments.
assigned to' him by the Superintendent General:
of Agriculture to whom he will be The officer will t e subject to the
directly responsible. The duties will Colonial Regulations, local General.
include the. general administration of I Orders, and Financial and Store Rules
the 100 acre.Camden,Park Experiment and Subsidiary Legislation in force for
Station' with the- direction and super- the time being.
visionrof subordinate staff. Investiga- Applications giving,full particulars of
tional work-with all, aspects of cultiva. applicant, and accompanied by two tes-
tion,andtesng ofa wide range ofmpiling timonials,. should be addressed to- the
crops and fcod crops and the compiling I Secretary Wind ward -Ilands,'
of the necessary statistics. Supervision Chief Secretary, Wndard Islands,
of the management of livestock, corn- Grenada,: and should reach him not later
of the management of livestock, co- than the 31st May, 1957.
uprising breeding stock of cattle, pi th May, 195s,
goats, sheep and poultry on The Station,. 7th May, 1957.















;i ;' V 'N USi)AY, i M.Y, I.'57.-N. 22.)


No. 215.


SUPERNUMERARY VETERINARY
OFFICER.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified candidates perferably bachelors,
for appointment to the post of Super-
nume.ary Verterinary Officer for Gren-
ada, St. Lucia, and St. Vincent, particu-
lars of which are as follows:-
Appointment:
The post is at present non-pension-
able. The officer will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations, local General
Orders, Financial and Store Rules and
all such regulations, as may from time
to time be in force.
Salary:
The salary is in the scale of $3,840 x
$120-$4,800 (800 x 25-1,000) per an-
num plus a pay addition of 20% of
salary.
Allowances:
Travelling and subsistence allow-
ances will be payable in accordance
with local regulations in respect of ap-
proved travel on duty.
Quarters are not provided, but in the
event of Government quarters being
available the officer will be required to
pay rental not exceeding 10% of his
salary.
Leave and Leave Passages:
Vacation leave will be granted at
the rate of 45 days for each completed
period of 12 months resident service,
accumulable up to 180 days.
Leave passages will be granted in
accordance with local regulations.
Passages:
Free passages to the Windward
Islands will be provided for the officer
and, if married, his wife and children
not exceeding 5 persons in all; children
to be under 18 years of age unmarried
and dependent on the officer.
Duties:
The officer will have his headquarters
in Grenada but will be required for
duty in any of the three Islands. He
will be responsible to the Chief Secre-
tary but will be under the control of
the Superintendent of Agriculture of
the Colony in which he is for the time
being serving.
Medical Attendance:
Free medical attendance and medi-
cines are not provided.
Taxation:
All Government officers are liable to
taxation imposed by local legislation.
Applications giving full details of
qualifications and experience of candi-
date, and accompanied by twe testimo-
nials, should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Windward Islands, and should
reach him not later than the 30th June,
1957.
. 7th May, 1957.


VETERINARY ASSISTANT,
AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT,
ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited for the non-
pensionable post of Veterinary Assistant,
IDepartment of Agriculture, St. Vincent.
The salary of the post is at the rate of
: 1,104 per annum in the scale of $1,104 x
i$72-$1,392 plus the additional payment
of 20% of salary. Quarters are not pro-
vided. The appointment will be subject
to medical fitness and the officer will be
governed by the Colonial Regulations,
the General Orders and the Financial
and Store Rules of the Windward
Islands. The appointment is terminable
by one month's notice in writing on
either side.
The officer will receive his instructions
from the Veterinary Officer to whom he
will be responsible for the satisfactory
performance of his duties. Duties will
include clerical work, accompanying the
Veterinary Officer on field trips and as-
sistance with the clinical examination
of animals, meat inspection, post mor-
tems, laboratory work as directed by the
Veterinary Officer and any connected du-
ties which from time to time he may be
called upon to perform.
Candidates should have the Cambridge
School Certificate with credit in Mathe-
matics. Credit in scientific subjects will
be advantageous. Applications should
be in the candidate's own handwriting
and must give full particulars of the ap-
plicant. Two testimonials must accom-
pany the application which should be
addressed to the Assistant Administra-
tor and Establishment Officer, Govern-
ment Office and should reach him not
later than 31st May, 1957.
Applicants who do not possess the
Cambridge School Certificate need not
apply as their applications will not be
considered.
7th May, 1957.



No. 216
BANK HOLIDAYS.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Friday 24th May, 1957 (Empire Day),
being a Bank Holiday, all Public Offices
will be closed on that day.
7th May, 1957.


No. 217.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Monday, 10th June, 1957 (Whit Monday),
being a Bank Holiday, all Public Offices
will be closed on that day.
7th May, 1957.


No. 214.














SAlI T VINCENT, TUESDAY. 7 MAY, tW7.-(N,. 22,.


No. 218.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Thursday, 20th June, 1957 (corpus
Christi) being a Bank Holiday, all Pub-
lic Offices will be closed on that day.
7th May, 1957.


Ng.. 219.


CORRIGENDUM.


No. 223.
The Administration Report of the Pub-
lic Works, Roads, Telephone and Air
Transport Departments for the year
ended 31st December 1956 is published
with this issue of the Gazette.
(P, 34/1948.)


By CuILmaiLE,

G. LISLE FRASER,


It is notified for general information
that Ordinance No. 9 of 1957 published I OVERNMENT OFFICE,
with the Gazette cf 16th April, 1957, was 7th May, 1957.
assented to by Mr. H. L. LINDO as Gov- ..
ernor's Deputy and not by Mr. L. CooLS-
LARTIGUE. A corrected copy of the said
Ordinance is being re-published with DEPARTMI
this issue of the Gazette. OTHER
7th May, 1957.

-MEDICAL REG.IS1

No. 226.


LEGISLATION.

The 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 disai-
lowance in respect of the following
Ordinance of this Government:-
No. f of 1957.-An Ordinance to amend
the Lan4 and House Tax Ordinance,
Chapter 194.
(F. f7/940 I.)
7th May, 1957.


No. 221.
The following Documents are published
with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 23,-The Diplomatic Pri-
vileges (World Health Organisation)
(Amendment) Order, 1957.
(A. 46/1948.)

S.R. & 0. No. 24.-The Pensions (Amend-
ment) Regulations, 1957.
(J. 14/1949.)


~R ~, A Mn 9R~Th~'. ~ynnrt.


Duties


(Amendment) Order, 1957.
(B. 46/1948 (A).)
7t_. May, 1957.

No. 222.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.
Copies of Minutes of the Meeting of
the Legislative Council held on the 4th
April, 1057, which may be seen at Gov-
ernment Office, the Kingstown Library,
and at all Revenue Offices, are published
with this issue of the Gazette.
7th May, 1957.


di s dIay be( .i:uly
*wjvee :


CNTAL AND
NOTICES.


[RATION NO1ICE.

oved~ persojis bave
regist, ri d ls Mid-


stc. Name. lebence.


III ... BALCOMBE Cani End
Joyce Anesta Village

i[ FIND44Y Barr inal lie
paot.1 i Eliine Bernice i

III ...i LEwis Stubls
Racbhel Robl)ertha


G, LISLE FlAt ER,
Acting Medical IR'gistrar.
10th April. 1957.


HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE AND
S,84400L CERTIFICATE EXAMINA-
TIONS, 1957.

Tlhe Oversea School Certificate 4nd
Higher School Certificate Ex#p1inat.ona
of the University of Cambridge Local
Examinations Syndicate will be held
at this Centre in November and Decem-
ber 1957 commencing on Wednesday
20th November.
The Syndicate has announced that
recent increases in costs have made ne-
cessary an increase 14 the Unlywr#ity
Fees. The fees, Which shQ id be pAid
into the Treaswy, wre as fellows:-

School Certiftiate:
Full Certificate ...... 3 7s. 6d.
Partial Entries (3 subjects
or less) __ 1 1s. Od,


government secretary.















MAY, 1957-(No. 22). 157


Higher School Certificate:
Entry Fee payable by all
candidates
For ecp.c P.pincpal Subject
For each gbgidiary A3@-
ject ..
For the General Paper ...
Local Fee-H.S.C. & S.
Certificate


15s. Od.
1 Os. Od.

ls. Od.
10s. Od.

is. Od.


Entry Forms may be obtained from
the Local Secretary. They should be
filled in and returned to him, together
with the Treasury receipts not later than
Saturday, June 15th, 1957.
Private Candidates, other than Even-
ing Class Students anr Student Teachers,
should enquire at the Education Office I
for further particulars before May 20th.
C. V. D. HADLEY,
Local Secretary.
11h1 Aprj, 1957.


POLICE NOTICE.S.

Tf-E OWNERS OF PUBLIC SEAyICE
VEgJCJLES, GOODS VEHICLES Ai'; p !'
TRAILERS (H., H.T. & T.
PLATES.)


other places as the Governor-in-Coun-
cil may from time to time proclaim
except under a icence to be obtained
under this Ordinance.
(2) All petroleum kept for sale
shall be kept in a closed tank or other
vessel made of irpn, zinc, tin, or other
uninflammable material.
16. It shall not be lawful to sell or
keep for sale crude or dangerous pe-
troleum except under a licence to be
obtained under this Ordinance.
17. Any person acting in contra-
vention of any of the provisions con-
tained in the two last preceding
sections shall be liable to a fine not
exceeding two hundred and forty
dollars or to imprisonment for six
months, and all crude petroleum,
petroleum, or dangerous petroleum in
respect of which any such offence has
been committed shall be forfeited to
the Crown.
Forms of application for licences can
be obtainedd at Police Headquarters and
Seorgetown Police Station.
Applicants for licences shall pay the
fee in respect of the licence to th Ac-
count nt General, znd shall c'.'.--.rd the
receipt for such payment to the Chief
of Police togetl-er'vith their application.


Thp gatention of persons wh qOwn #he S
Iypes of vehicles mentioned above, is
dyrawn to the provisions contained in i
Regulations 18 and 19 and all am.end- Police Headquarters,
ment@ theqpto of the Motor Vehicles and Kingstown,
Road Trmfic Regulations, 1940, whereby 26th April, 1957.
nc licence may be issued or renewed for
such vehicles niless the Inspector certi-
fies that the vehicle complies with all CUSTOMS
the provisions of the Ordinance and of --
these Regulations. It is hereby notified
The Inspector of Motor Vehicles will nation that the pr
be available during the months of May importeji goods to b
and June from 9 a.m. to 3 p.p. except the prior payment
on Sunday and Public Holidays, to, en- cases where the invoi
sure that all the abovementioned classes ments are not availa
of vehicles are inspected, and are road- with. The only excel
worthy before the 30th June, 1957. will be goose pei'g
Regulation 18 (5) requires that these cordancp with Sectiol
vehicles are examined twice annually toms Revised Ordina
that is, before the 30th day of June and of the Laws.)
the 31st day of December, in each year. In all future cases
S. A. ANDERSON, and other relevant
Chief of Police, available at the tim
Chief of deposit based on the
Police Headquarters, of customs duty p:
Kingstown, quired to be made b
26th April, 1957. released.


SALE OF PETROLEUM.

The attention of the general public is
drawn to sections 15, 16 and 17 of the
Petroleum Ordinance No. 30 of 1956
which read as follows:-
15. (1) It shall not be lawful to
sell or keep for sale any petroleum
within the limits of the towns of
Kingstown or Georgetown or such


In coming to this
sidered that the sp
which influenced Go
ing the above-menti
Longer obtain.
JA1V
Acting C

H. M. Customs,
18th April 1957.
(F. 61/1947.)


. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.


NOTICE.


d for general infor-
ivilege of allowing
e delivered without
of customs duty in
ices and other docu-
ble will cease forth-
eptions to this rule
warehoused in ac-
n 24 (1) of the Cus-
.nce 1926 (Cap. 183

in which invoices
documents are not
e of importation a
estimated amount
ayable will be re-
efore the goods are

decision it is con-
ecial circumstances
vernment in grant-
oned concession no

[ES H. D. COX,
'ollector of Customs
and Excise.


SAINFT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 MAY 1957.-(.,o. 22).


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES CIR-
CULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1st APRIL, 1957.

Average circulation during
February, 1957:
British Caribbean Cur-
rency Notes .... $59,032,737.00
Demonetized Govern-
ment Notes outstand-
ing 1,125,248.00

$60,157,985.00

British Caribbean Currency Notes in
circulation on 1st April, 1957:
Trinidad & Tobago $27,721,882.00
Barbados 6,918,625.00
British Guiana 16,102,644.00
Grenada 2,670,100.00
St. Vincent 509,400.00
St. Lucia 1,034,000.00
Dominica 1,465,400.00
Antigua 2,185,300.00
St. Kitts 1,589,500.00
Montserrat 335,505.00

Total British Caribbean (
Currency Notes ..... $60,532,356.00

Demonetized Trinidad &
Tobago Gcvt. Notes
outstanding 763,540.00
Demonetized British Gui-
ana Govt. Notes out-
standing .... 280,758.00
Demonetized Barbados
Govt. Notes outstand-
ing 72,438.00

Total demonetized Gov-
ernment Notes out-
standing _. 1,116,736.00


Total circulation on 1st
April, 1957 $61,649,092.00

L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.
Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain.


Statement Showing British Caribbean
Coin Circulation in the British Carib-
bean Territories (Eastern Group)
on 1st April, 1957.


Average circulation during
February, 1957

Trinidad & Tobago -.
Barbados
British Guiana .....
Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica ._
Antigua
St. Kitts
Montserrat
Proof sets


$2,984,097.00

$1,321,750.00
479,025.00
594,225.00
134,800.00
90,500.000
115,150.00
94,050.00
114,000.00
104,000.00
21,650.00
1,870.00

$3,071,020.00


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.

British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad.


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SAINT VINCENT. 67

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDE4

1957, No. 23.

DIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES (WORLD HEA.i i
ORGANISATION) (AMENDMENT) ORDER.
(Gazetted 7th May, 1957.)

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Diplomatic Privileges
(World Health Organisation) (Amendment) Order, 1957, and shall be read as
one with the Diplomatic Privileges (World Health Organisation) Order, 1950
S.R. &. 0. 1950, No. 26) (hereinafter referred to as the principle Order) and aH
amendments thereto.

2. Article 9 of principal Order further amended. Article 9 of
the principal Order as amended by -the Diplomatic Privileges (World Health
Organisation) (Amendment) Order, 1950 (S.R. & 0. 1950, No. 102) is hereby
further amended by deleting paragraph (2) thereof and substituting therefore
the following:-
"(2) (a) In this Article references to' representatives of member Govern-
ments shall include references to representatives of the Governments
of Associate Members of the Organisation.
(b) For the purposes of the application of this Order, the expressions
"representatives of member Governments" and "representatives of
the Governments of Associated Members of the Organisation" shall
be deemed to include their official staffs, accompanying them as such
representatives, as delegates, deputy delegates, advisers, technical
experts or secretaries of delegations."

3. Article 13 of principal Order amended. Article 13 of the
principal Order is hereby amended by deleting the reference to Article 12 appear-
ing therein.
Made by the Governor in Council under Sections 3 and 8 of the International
Organizations (Immunities and Privileges) Ordinance, 1954 (No. 13 of 1954), this
eighteenth day of March, 1957.
0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Clerk of the Executive Council.
Approved by the Legislative Council this 2nd day of May, 1957.

G. LISLE FRASER,
(A. 46/1948.) Clerk of Legislative Council.
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STATUTORY RULES AND ERS

1957, No. 24. '9 '


PENSIONS (AMENDMENT) REGU O -

(Gazetted 7th May, 1957.)

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Pensions
(Amendment) Regulations, 1957, and shall be read as one with the Pensions
Regulations, 1948, contained in the First Schedule to the Pensions Ordinance,
1948 (No. 16 of 1948) (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations) and
all amendments thereto.

-. Minor amendments to principal Regulations. The principal
Regulations as from time to time amended are hereby further amended by
substituting-
(a) for the words "the service of..." and "service in...", wherever they
occur, the words "service under the Government of...";
(b) for the words "wholly in..." in Regulations 3, 9 and 10 the words
"wholly under the Government of...";
(c) for the words "a pensionable office in..." in Regulation 4 the words
"a pensionable office undei the Government of...";
(dW for the words "a pensionaole office or offices in..." in Regulation 6
the words "a pensi6onale office cr pensionable offices under the Govern-
ment of...";
(e) for the words "if the whole of her public service had been in..." in
Regulation 13 the words "if the whole of her public service had been
under the Government of..."

3. Regulation 18 of principal Regulations revoked and
replaced. Regulation 18 of the principal Regulations as amended by Regu-
lation 3 of the Pensions (Amendment) Regulations, 1949 (S.R. & 0. 1949, No. 40)
is hereby revoked and replaced as follows:-

"Emoluments :8. (1) For the purpose of computing the amount of the
to be taken pension or oratu;tv of an officer who has had a period of not
for computing less than three y pensionable service b-efore his retirement-
pension or (a) in the ca. of an Gff-i r who has held the same office
gratuity. for a peri d of three years immediately preceding the
date of his retirement, the full annual pensionable emolu-
ments enjoyed by him at that date in respect of that
. office shall be taken;








(b) in the case of an officer who at any time during such
period of three years has been transferred from one
office to another, but whose pensionable emoluments
have not been changed by reason of such transfer or
transfers, otherwise than by the grant of any scale
increment, the full annual pensionable emoluments en-
joyed by him at the date of his retirement in respect
of the office then held by him shall be taken;
(c) in other cases one tnird of the aggregate pensionable
emoluments enjoyed by the officer in respect of his
during t;he three years of his service immediately pre-
ceding the date of his retirement shall be taken;
Provided that-
(i) if such one third is less than the highest annual
pensionable emoluments enjoyed by him at the
date of any transfer within such period of three
years those annual pensionable emoluments shall
be taken; and
(ii) if such one third is less than the annual pension-
able emolume its which would have been enjoyed
Lby him at th: date of his retirement, if he had
continued to iold any office from which he has
been transferred at any time during such period
of three years, and had received all scale incre-
ments which, in the opinion of the Governor in
Council, would have been granted to him, the
annual pensionable emoluments which would
have been so enjoyed shall be taken.
(2) For t'e purpose of determining under paragraph (1)
of this Regu atic., the pensinable emoluments that an officer
has enjoyed or would have enjoyed, as the case may be, he shall
be deemed-
(a) to hAve been on dut-i on fu'l pensionable emoluments
,hroughouL the period of three years immediately pre-
ceding th- date of his retirement; and
(b) to have enjoyed the benefit of any increase due to a
revision c- salaries in the pensionable emoluments of
any office held by hinr as if such increase had been pay-
able -hr.Lughout such period of three years.
(3) For the purpose of computing the amount of the pen-
sion or gratuity of an officer who has had a period of less than
three years' pensionable service before his retirement-
(a) the average annual pensionable emoluments enjoyed by
him during such period shall be taken;
(b) he shall be deemed to have been on duty on full pension-
able emoliuments throughout such period; and
(c) he shall be deemed to have enjoyed the benefit of any
increase rlue to a revision of salaries in the pensionable
emoluments of any office held by him as if such increase
had been payable throughout that period.









(4) The estimated value of free quarters in respect of
service under the Government of the Colony shall not exceed one-
sixth of the actual salary of the office.

4. First Schedule to principal Regulations further amended.
The First Schedule to the principal Regulations as from time to time amended
is hereby further amended-
(a) by the insertion therein of the following in their appropriate places:-
"Antigua,
Montserrat,
St. Christopher Nevis and Anguilla,
Virgin Islands ". and
(b) by inserting the brackets, words, figures and stops "(before 1st July,
1956)" immediately after the words "Leeward Islands" appearing therein.

5. Commencement. These Regulations shall be deemed to have come
into force on the 1st day of January, 1956.

Made by the Governor in Council with the sanction of the Secretary of State
under section 3 (1) of the Pensions Ordinance, 1948, (No. 16 of 1948), this second
day of April, 1957.

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Clerk of Executive Council.

Laid before the Legislative Council under section 3 (1) of the Pensions
Ordinance, 1948 (No. 16 of 1948) this 2nd day of May, 1957.

G. LISLE FRASER,
Clerk of Legislative Council.
(J. 14/1949).


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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDE ,S ,9 ,'

1957, No. 25.

EXPORT DUTIES (AMENDMENT) ORDEI.:;

(Gazetted 7th May, 1957.)

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Export Duties (Amend-
ment) Order, 1957, and shall be read as one with the Export Duties (Amendment
No. 2) Order, 1950 (S.R. & 0. 1950, No. 106) (hereinafter referred to as the prin-
cipal Order) and all amendments thereto.

2. Amendment of Schedule to Export Duties Ordinance, 1933.
The Schedule to the Export Duties Ordinance, 1933 (No. 12 of 1933), a- replaced
by the principal Order and amended by the Export Duties (AmenlJ.cat) Order,
1951 (S.R. & 0. 1951, No. 108), the Export Duties (Amendment No. 2 Order, 1951
(S.R. & 0. 1951, No. 116) and the Export Duties (Amendment No. 3) Order, 1951
(S.R. & 0. 1951, No. 119), is hereby further amended by substituting the figure
"3" for the figures "71/2" appearing therein under the column headed "Rates" in
regard to item 4.

3. Cancellation. The Export Duties (Amendment) Order, 1949
(S.R. & 0. 1949, No. 4) is hereby cancelled.

4. Commencement. This Order shall be deemed to have come into
operation on the 1st day of September, 1956.

Made by the Governor in Couneil under Section 3 of the Export Duties
Otlinance, 1933, (No. 12 of 1933) this second day of April, 1957.
0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Clerk of Executive Council.

Approved by the Legislative Council under Section 3 of the aforesaid Ordin-
ance, this 2nd day of May, 1957.
G. LISLE FRASER,
Clerk of Legislative Council.
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Public Works Department,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.
llth March, 1957.

Sir,

I have the lhonour to present the report on the working of the Public Works,
Roads, Telephone and Air Transport Departments for the year ended 1956.

I have the honour to be,

Sir,

Your obedient servant,

R. G. SMITH,
Superintendent of Works.
His Honour the Administrator,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.

There were five changes in the clerical staff during the year under review.
This has to no small degree impaired the efficiency of the Central Office.
The Department as a whdle operated with the following permanent staff
throughout the year:-

PUBLIC WORKS (CENTRAL OFFICE).
(1) Superintendent of Works ...... ...... ...... ...... 1
(2) "Office Superintendent ...... ..... ...... ...... ...... 1
(3) Clerical Staff ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 7


STORE AND TRANSPORT.


Transport Officer
Storekeeper
Assistant Storekeeper .
Storeroom Porter


ESTIMATING AND DRAWING OFFICE.
(8) Estimator and Chief Draughtsman .. ...
(9) Draughtsman .........
(10) Apprentice Draughtsman ......

/ WORKS SECTION.
(11) Assistant Superintendent of Works
(12) Building Construction Foreman
(13) Foreman Carpenter and Instructor


WATER WORKS.
(14) Chief Water Works Mechanic ......
,15) Caretakers and Pipefitters


(16)
(17)
(18)


(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
The


ROADS SECTION.
Assistant Superintendent of Roads .
Senior Rqads Overseers
Junior Rohd Overseers ...... ......

MECHANICAL SECTION.


Chief Mechanic
Mechanics .......
Assistant Mechanics
Time-Tool Checker ......
Blacksmith ...... ......


emoluments for the above, for the year under

TELEPHONE BRANCH.
Assistant Superintendent of Telephones
Chief Operator (Headquarters)
Assistant and District Operators
Linesmen' ...... ..... ......
Maintenance Officer ...... ...... ......


review, totalled


...... ...... 1
...... ...... 9




...... ...... 5


1
1
$88,668.


...... ..... 1
...... 1

...... ...... 16
......... 4
...... ...... 1


The amount expended for emoluments for this branch was $20,748.


...... ...... ...... ......
...... ...... ; ...... ......
.. .... ...... ...... ......
...... ...... ...... ......


.... ...*... ...


...... ......

















SURVEY SECTION.
(29) Surveyor ..... ...... ...... ...... ..... ...... 1
(30) Surveying Draughtsmen ...... ...... .... 2
(31) Apprentices (2 for latter half of year) ..... .... ...... 2

PUBLIC WORKS RECURRENT. ,
2. The recurrent Maintenance on public buildings was carried out at a
total cost of $28.!8.
The following figures show recurrent expenditure in connection with other
items:
(a) Fire Appliances, Government Buildings ...... ...... .. $ 249.69
(b) Furniture Government House ....... ...... ...... 891.00
(c) FurnituYe Public Offices ...... ..... ...... ...... ..... 720.55
(d) Heavy Equipment Costs ...... ...... ...... ...... 3.286,78
(e) Maintenance Roads & Paths, Government Buildings ...... 1,620.57
(f) Minor Alterations etc. Government Buildings '..... ...... 2,494.80
(g) Upkeep Cemeteries ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 355.80
(h) Transport Costs, P.W.D. ...... ...... ...... ..... 66,860.00
(i) Upkeep Jetties ...... ...... ...... ..... ...... ..... 3,362.55
(j) Operational Costs, Mechanical Shop ...... ...... ...... 5,668.82
(k) Upkeep Sea Latrines ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 430.00
(1) Water Supply for Government premises ...... ...... ...... 1,728.40
(m) Electrical current supplied Govt. Buildings ...... ...... 23,750.00
(n) Transport Costs, Other Departments .... ...... ..... 7,492.00

$123,061.11

UNALLOCATED STORES.
3. At the close of the year the value of Unallocated Stores Stock in hand -
was $192,406. Sales and purchases were as follows:-
(a) Sales ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... $212,151
(b) Purchases ...... ... ...... .... ..... .... 205,929

I WATER WORKS.
4. The recurrent expenditure in connection with the Water Works Branch
for the past two years was as follows:-
1955 1956
(a) Maintenance Other Districts ...... .... $ 1,575.74 $ 2,197'.00
(b) Maintenance Southern Area ...... 3,3%1.29 '2,935.36
(c). Maintenance Southern Grenadines ..... 753.78 -
(d) Fire Services Kingstown ...... ...... ...... 2,993.81'

$ 8,704.62 $ 5,132.36

COMMUNICATION.
5. A sum of $80,438 was spent in maintaining the roads during the year.
Below is given expenditure for the past two years in respect of other recur-
rent items:-
1955 1956
(a) Clearing River Beds ...... ...... ..... $ 1,994.48
(b) Special Road Services ...... ...... .... 10,743.07 $ 32,265.00
(c) Storm Damage ...... ...... ...... ... 9,951.33 11,080-00
(d) Upkeep Bridges and Culverts, etc. ...... ...... 6,139.54 5,976.00

$ 28,828.42 $ 49,321.00

TELEPHONES.
6. The scheme for the new telephone system is still awaiting approval.
The following are figures in connection with recurrent expenditure for the
past three years:-
1954 1955 1956
(a) Maintenance ...... ..... ..... $ 5,427.55 $ 4,385.41 $ 5,296.00
(b) New Installatiops ...... ..... 388.58 2,088.12 293.49
(c) Rental of Exchanges ...... ...... 526.00 384.00 244.00 /
(d) Tools and Implements ..... ..... 26.00 98.39 66.82
(e) Wireless Communications Grena-
dines ...... ........... 390.29 .,517.42 397.49
(f) Tiansport Allowances ...... ...... 1,553:00 644.74 517.90
(g) Furniture ...... ...... ...... 90.25 78.42 114.S9'

$ 8,401. 7 $8,196.48 $ 6,930.09

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dOwing to the bad condition of the entire system, the Department still cannot
entertain applications for new telephones.

AIR SERVICE.
The St. Vincent Air Service continued to operate with the amphibian aircraft
chartered from the British Guiana Airways.
Trials are now being made with a view to putting down an airstrip at Arnos
Vale which will enable air crafts of a larger type to operate.

EXTRAORDINARY EXPENDITURE.

(BUILDINGS, ETC.)

7. The following projects were completed in 1956:-
(1) A new PoliceStation at Spring Village (Leeward).
(2) Ministerial and Administration Buildings (which include Ministry,
Government Office, Treasury, Audit Office, Inland Revenue Office and
Post Office).
(3) The extension of the, Government-Printing Office.
(4) Rqconstruction of Ashton Jetty, Union Island.
(5) Reconstruction of Port Elizabeth Jetty.
(6) Reconstruction of Layou Jetty.
The conversion of the Fort Charlotte Buildings into a prison was commenced
towards the end of 1956 and is expected to be completed early 1957.

(ROADS.)
Three bridges were built in the following areas:-
(a) Gomea (60 feet span).
(b) Caruth (40 feet span).
(c) Vermont (72 feet span).

The main bridge in the 'town of Layou received a new deck of 30 feet span.
In the Carib Country, five river fords were constructed for vehicular traffic
and a total of 10 retaining walls were built in various parts of the island.
There were up to the end of the year; 67%/ miles of oiled roads and 314%
miles of earthen roads.

DEVELOPMENT WORKS.
7. $48,000 has been provided for the .extension of the Male and Female Wards
at the Colonial Hospital, and this was commenced during the year while a new
school at Evesham was completed at a cost of $24,000.
At Paget Farm, Bequia, the erection of new quarters for the District Nurse
was started and is expected to be finished early in 1957.
(ROADS.)
8. The first 4 miles of road, in connection with the new Road Building
Programme was nearing completion at the end of the year. This road (which
is situated in the Ma;riaqua or Mesopotamia Valley) is oiled, and is already
proving a great help to banana cultivations in the area.
The opening up of another road (New Piospect/Biabou Road) 6 miles in
length, was started.

DRAINAGE.
(WATER SYSTEM.)
The work of improving the drainage system of the town of Calliaqua which
'is estimated to cost $48,000 was commenced during the year. The work is
expected to be completed by the middle of 1957.
During the year the pipe-borne water system was extended to the following
places:-
(1) Liberty Lodge.
(2) Richmond Hill/Paul Over.
(3) Sion Hill (Dorsetshire Hill area).
(4) Calder.
(5) Lowmans/Biabou.
A tank and catchment were also built in Mayreau and one at Paget Farm
Bequia.
GENERAL.
Due to IF ck of sufficient funds fcr road work, the condition of the roads
throughout the Colony has given cF use for anxiety.

















It is hoped that a substantial increase on the amount budgeted for 4956
will receive favourable consideration for 1957 Estimates.
Towards the end of the year, 4 of the 5, students who were sent to Trinidad
to study surveying, having been successful, returned to the Colony and are now
employed in the Surveys Department.
The post of Crown Surveyor was filled by Mr. Wason, as Officer on Transfer
from St. Lucia.
Mr. Campbell resigned his post as Surveyor thus creating a vacancy to be
filled.
The following represent plant and Equipment owned by the Department at
the end of 1956.

HEAVY EQUIPMENT.


Caterpillar D. 7 Bulldozer ...... ...... ...... ......
Caterpillar D. 6 Bulldozer with Hystaway Crane
Caterpillar No. 12 Motor Grader ...... ......
Aveling Barford 9 ton diesel G.D. Motor rollers ...... ......
Aveling Barford 8 ton diesel G.C.. Motor rollers ...... ......
Aveling Barford 5 ton diesel B.D. Motor rollers ...... ......
Frederick Parker crushing and screening plant with 18
Lister Diesel engine (Belair)
Frederick Parker Portable Crusher 21 H.P. Diesel engine
sRex 10 S portable concrete mixerigasolene powered ...
Millars portable concrete Mixer gisolene powered ......
. Sthortart and Pitt portable concrete mixer ..

MOTOR TRUCKS.


3 H.P.


2
2
2
..... 2


British Bedford Motor Trucks
Commer Trucks ...... ......
Canadian Army type Dodge truck ......


...... .... .. 10
...... ...... ...... 4
...... ...... ...... 1


LAND ROVERS, PICK UP &ic.
Land Rovers--2 Surveyors--1 Roads ...... ......
British Bedford light truck-Telephone Dept. ......


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MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT.
Greens gasolene powered motor Mower (K.G.V. play field) ..
Concrete Vibrator J.A.P. gasolene engine
Godwin deep well pump powered by J.A.P. engine (Young's
Islan d ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... ...... ...
Johnston cold emulsion sprayers .... ...... ..
Phoenix seli propelled sprayer gasolene powered ......
Auto Diesel 4" pump powered by Ford gasolene engine ,_
Auto Diesel 2" pump powered by J.A.P. engine
Auto Diesel 3" pump powered by J.A.P. gasolene engine

MARINE EQUIPMENT.
Air Service patrol launch powered by Ford Prefect engine ...
Police Launch (Kittiwake) 6 cyl. Ford industrial engine
Police small launch (Popeye) J.A.P. engine


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