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03


SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


(EXTRAORDINARY)

ubli hed by Autharitg.


VOL. 90.] SAINT VINCENT, FRIDAY, 23 AUGUST. 1957. [No. 42.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
No. 395.
APPOINTMENTS.
His Excellency the Acting Governor
has been pleased to approve the appoint-
ment of Mr. T. V. KEANE, A.C.P., as an
Inspector of Schools, St. Vincent on one
year's probation, with effect from 2nd
August, 1957.
23rd August, ?957.


who has resigned. He was the only
candidate to be nominated on Oth
August according to law.
23rd August, 1957.

No. 399.
GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1957.
CHANGE OF POLLING STATIONS.

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF THE GRENADINES.


No. 396.
His Honour the Administrator has Polling Division No. 2-Bequla (Hamil-
been pleased to approve the appoint- ton-Ocar). The Polling Station No. 2,
ment of Mr. THEOPHILUS JACK as originally located at Mr. PERCY SARGEAT'S
Time/Tool Checker, Mechanical Divi- Shop at Ocar has now been changed to
sion, Public Works Department, with ef- Mr. EDRIC HARRIS' Residence-Hamilton,
fect from 1st September, 1957. Bequia.
23rd August, 1957. 23rd August, 1957.


No. 397.
PROMOTION.
His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the promotion
of Mr. LAWRENCE DOPWELL as Senior
Postman, General Post office, with effect
from 1st May, 1957.
23rd August, 1957.
No. 398.
LAYOU TOWN BOARD.
Mr. MILTON FINDLAY was duly elected
a member of the Board with effect from
6th August; 1957, vice Mr. JOSEPH CYRUS


No. 400.
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH WINDWARD.
Polling Division No. 6-Akers Hill-
Calder-Rescue Village. The Polling
Station No. 6 originally located at Mr.
HAMILTON HENRY'S House at Calder has
now been changed to the Calder Govern-
ment School.
The Polling Station No. 6a originally
located at Mr. AARON THOMAS' House at
Calder has now been changed to the
Calder Government School also.
23rd August, 1957.


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SAINT VIN(I'.NT, FRIDAY, .3 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 42).


No. 401.

REMOVAL OF LABOUR AND PUBLIC
ASSISTANCE DEPARTMENTS.


With reference to Government Notice
No. 259 of 28th May, 1957, it is notified
for general information[ that' the Labour
and Public Assistance Departments Will
be removed to the premises-'which they
formerly occupied on'Bay Street (opp3-
site the New Customs' Warehouse) as
from Monday, 26th August, 1957.
23rd August, 1957.


No. 402.
LEGISLATION.

The following Document is published
with this issue of the Gazette.
S.R. & 0. No. 37.-The Legislative Coun-
t il' (Electionsi) (Amendment) Rules,
1957.
(J. 21/1950 II.)
By Command,
G. LISLE FRASER,
Acting Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
23rd August, 1957.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1957.


Set out below are names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing the
respective Polling Stations to which they have been appointed to officiate on
Polling Day for the forthcoming Elections.

NORTH LEEWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


Polling Station Number Location. Presiding Off
and Name. L a !

1. Land Settlement Pay
Office...... Richmond Vale Mr. H. Morris
la. Laid 'Settlement "
"Rangers Hdouse ...... Richmond Vale Rev. D. Masor
2. Methodist Srciboo ...... Cdhtbteublair Mr. C. L. Johi
3. Land Settlement' .
Store House ..... Petit Bordel Mr. A. Lawrer
4. Methodist Building ...... Rose Hall Mr. R: Bascorm
5. Troumaca Govt. School Trourtaca. Mr. BR Marsh

6. Westwood Methodist
School .... Westwood ;Mr. E. Scott
7. Metlodist School Spring Mr. L. Anthon
8. Police Station Barrouallie Mr. M. M. Scol
8a. irk.."LT. Jhcksbn's Hall j Bariouaille Mr. G. Vanloo
9. Anglican School (In-
'-'fant,,Beparttent)-.:.. Barrouallie 'Mr. J. Isaaes
9a. Anglitatn Schbol
'(Senior Dept.) .. Barrouallie Mr. E. Hannav


leer.


n

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ill



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tt


Poll Clerk.


Mrs. A. Edwards
* .' 3 lJ u r:
| Miss Sylvia Samuel
Miss H. Hadsway-

Mrs. E. Coombs
Mr. M. Ferdinand
Mr. Evans Suth-,*
: erland

Miss E. Iton
'Mr. E; DeRlggs
* Miss .,E;- Findlay
Mr. C. Francis

Mr. 0. Peters


yay Mr. H. Thomas


NOTE: There will be two Polling Statiois 'in"~ iiIpllmgdlvisiob i'No.'"l." "O.ii
will be at the Land Settlement Pay Office and the other at the Land Settlement
Ranger's House. PIrsons'f6jistered in this polling division Whose-: surnames
begin with the letters A to J must vote at the Land Settlement Pay Office which
is polling station No. 1 and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters
K to Y must vote at the Land Settlement Ranger's House whichlis polling station
No. -1 A. ..
2. There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 8. One will be
at the Barlouallie Police' 6tationati"athe otrer'"ti'Mrs: L. Jadkbn's HaIT P&sohA
registered 'It this polling division-whose sV ihihek'begin with the ett'ers A to I
tfiUst,-'vte -a the Batieatalie Police' Station 'hYcThh is'"olIinih" stati&oi No. 8, and
those 'iejsoni who* stTrnats't -begin with the letters J to W miist vdfo at Mrs.
!.,Ja@cksigbi all'-whibh is polling station No. 8 A. : :,-
3. There will be two plihtn 'stations in polling division No. 9. One will be
at tfie Bafiouaflie Ariglcan)lgS-tooi (Infant Department) and the other at"'the
Bafytidlll" -Agiicait1!6hol '(Senior *DepartmentYT" Persons registered in this
fdllni, di(fenh':wh1se stirnfmes begin with the letters A to I must vote at Barrou-
allip AMgearfn~ S6hb6l Itifaft ,Depdlrtfient)j which is polling station No." 9 and
thoge persons whose surnames begin with the letters J to W-riiust iote st thbe Bar-
rouallie Anglican School (Senior Department) which is polling tatitoi 916. A.















-AINT VINCENT, i'RII)AY, 23 AUGUST. 1957.-(No. 42).


SOUTH LEEWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


Polling Station Number Location.
and Name.

1. Government School ...... Layou

la. Govt. Dispensary ...... Layou

2. Police Station ...... iayou
3. Messrs. J. Punnett's
Cotton Building.. Cane Grove
4. Government School ...... Hope

5. Govt. Dispensary .... Retreat
6. Mr. Charles Alexan-
der's former shop...... Chauncey


7. Government School
8. Govt. Dispensary
9. Mr: Hackett's Resi-
dence

10. Mr. Ebenezer Dun-
can's Residence


...... Questelles
...... Camden Park

_ Lowmans


...... Edinboro


Presiding Officer.


Mr. Reuben Jef-
fers
Mr. Leon Mason

Mr. G. Isaacs

Mr. Edgar Gamble
Mrs. Meta DeCor-
teau
Mr. G. Tucker

Mr. Cecil Straker

Miss G. Stephens
Mr. Arnold Jack

Mr. George Glas-
gow

Mr. Ebenezer
Duncan


Poll Clerk.


SMr. George Grant

Miss Verna Doug-
las
Miss Eva Patrick

Mr. Alexis Griffith
Mrs. H. A. Robert-
son
Mr. John Browne

Miss Rosannah
Maule
Miss Vivian John
Miss Rhoda Hunte

Mr. Cadman Lewis


Mrs. Mildred Dub-
lin


NOTE: There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 1. One will be
at Layou Government School and the other will be at Layou Dispensary. Persons
registered in this polling division whose surnames begin with the letters A to J
must vote at the Layou Government School which is polling station No. 1, and
those persons whose surnames begin with the letters K to Y must vote at the
Layou Government Dispensary which is polling station No. 1 A.


KINGSTOWN ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


"TPlling Station Number
and Name.

1. Nurses' Home ......
la. Nurses' Home ......
2. Girl Guide Hut

2a. Mrs. Amy Corea's
Residence
3. Mrs. Iona Soleyn's
Residence .....
3a. Mrs. T. M. Saunders'
.'Residence


Location. Presiding Officer.


Montrose
Montrose
Kingstown
Park

Montrose

Paul Over

Murray Road


4. Government School ...... Richmond

5. Pp lic Library (Up-
Sstaiirs) ..... Kingstown
6. Court House ..... Kingstown

7. Youth Centre Hut ...... Kingstown

8. Anglican School ...... Kingstown

9. Sanitary, department, Kingstown


Mr. S. A. Norris
Mr. F. A. Cuffy
Mr. S. F. Peters


iMr. C. W. Iton

Mr. J. Findlay

Mr. N. Cumming

11 Mr. Vincent
'Yorl

Mr. S. E. McKie
Mr. Samuel


S
rc


Joshua
Mr. Albert Ed-
Wards
Mr. Joseph Con-
nell
;Miss Laura Hen-'
drickson


I Poll Clerk.


Miss P. Guy
Mrs. Viola John
Mr.. Bertram
Arthur

Miss Joan Corea

Mr. Conrad
Adams
NM:. F. 0. Mason

Mr. Gabriel Bona-
die

Mr. V. G. Douglas
Miss Beryl Rich-
ards
Mr. Owen Coombs

Mrs. N. E. Venner

Mr. Godfrey Rob-
"- brts


NOTE: There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 1. One will be
at the Nurses Home-,-Montrose--Kitchen section and the other will be at the
Nurses ,Home---ontrose-Dormitory section. Persons registered in this polling
division whose surnames begin with the letters A to ,I must vote at the Kitchen
section which is polling station No. 1,. and those persons whose surnames begin
with the letters J to Y must vote at the Dormitory section which is polling station
No. 1 A.















SAINT VINCENT, FRIDAY. 23 AUGUST, 1957.-(No 42.)


2. There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 2. One will be
at the Girl Guide Hut-Kingstown Park and the other will be at Mrs. Amy Corea's
Residence-Montrose. Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames
begin with the letters A to I must vote at the Girl Guide Hut which is polling
station No. 2, and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters J to Y
must vote at Mrs. Amy Corea's residence which is polling station No. 2 A.

3. There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 3. One will be
at Mrs. Iona Soleyn's residence-Paul Over and the other will be at Mrs. T. M.
Saunders' residence-Murray Road. Persons registered, in this polling division
whose surnames begin with the letters A to I must vote at Mrs. Iona Soleyn's
Residence which is polling station No. 3, and those persons whose surnames begin
with the letters J to Y must vote at Mrs. T. M. Saunders' Residence which is polling
station No. 3 A.



ST. GEORGE ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


Polling Station Number
and Name.

1. Dorsetshire Hill Gov-
House

2. Government School ......

3. Mr. John Govia's
Dance Hall
4. Mr. Christopher
King's House

4a. Mr. Vernon Cyrus'
House
5. Police Station


Location. Presiding Officer.


Dorsetshire
Hill
Gomea


Belmont

Belvidere


Belvidere
Calliaqua


5a. Friendly Society ..... Calllaqua


6. Government School .....

7. Bertram King's Dance
Hall
8. Mr. McDonald Wil-
liams' Christian
Pilgrim Building .....


I Belair


Arnos Vale


Sion Hill


8a. Mrs. Ash's House ...... Kingstown Hill


Mr. Lawrence
Brereton
Mr. Alphonso
Dennie

Mr. C. D. Her-
cules
Mr. Wilbert Phil-
lips


Mr.
Mr.


G. H. Jack
John Dougan


Mr. Clement Noel

Mr. Edmund
Israel

Mr. V. B. Crichton


Mr. A. Seales

Mr. Kelvin De-
Freitas


Poll Clerk.


Miss Annis Mil-
lington
Mr. Bertram
Commission

Mr. Percy Scott

Mr. N. Marksman


Mr. Victor Adams
Mr. Daniel Wil-
liams
Mr. Eric Alexan-
der
Mr. Darrell
Walker

Mr. Ashford Lewis


Myron Delli-
more
Percy Sealey


NOTE: There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 4. One will be
at Mr. Christopher King's House-Belvidere and the other will be at Mr. Vernon
Cyrus' House-Belvidere. Persons registered in this polling division whose sur-
names begin with the letters A to J must vote at Mr. Christopher King's House
which is polling station No. 4, and those persons whose surnames begin with the
letters K to Y must vote at Mr. Vernon Cyrus' House which is polling station
No. 4 A.

2. There will be two polling stations at polling division No. 5. One will be
at the Calliaqua Police Station and the other will be at the Calliaqua Friendly
Society Lodge. Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames begin
with the letters A to J must vote at the Calliaqua Police Station which is Polling
Station No. 5, and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters K to Y
must vote at the Calliaqua Friendly Society Lodge which is polling station No. 5 A.

3. There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 8. One will be
at Mr. McDonald Williams' Christian Pilgrim Building-Sion Hill and the other
will be at Mrs. Ash's House-Kingstown Hill. Persons registered in this polling
division whose surnames begin with the letters A to J must vote at Mr. McDonald
Williams' Christian Pilgrim Building which is polling station No. 8, and those
persons whose surnames begin with the letters K to W must vote at Mrs. Ash's
House which is polling station No. 8 A.


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;SA.IN T V\INCENT,. FIID)AY. 23 AUtiUS', 1957.-((No. 42.) 307


SOUTH WINDWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT.

Polling Station Number Location. Presiding Officer. Poll Clerk.
and Name.

1. Mr. Roy Browne's
House ..... Carriere Mr. A. Drayton Mr. M. Cato
2. Mrs. Augustus
Browne's Shop ...... Freeland Mr. G. Bailey Mr. E. Clarke
3. Mrs. Edward Lewis'
Shop ...... Upper Rich- Mr. W. Bacchus Mr. W. Bennett
land Park
4. Government School ...... Richland Park Mr. Edward Mar- Mr. Errol Baynes
cano
5. Public Library ...... Mesopotamia Mr. C. Browne Mr. Edison Paul
6. Mr. Hamilton Henry's
House ..... Calder Mr. Donald Mr. H. Henry
Browne
8a. Mr. Aaron Thomas'
House ...... Calder Mr. B. Lewis iMr. J. Yearwood
7. Methodist School ...... Evesham Mrs. C. Lucas Mr. Allan Drayton
8. Mr. Fenton Boyea's
House ...... Enhams Mr. A. Jocelyn Miss Hileria Jack
9. Police Station ...... Stubbs Mr. W. Alexander Miss Hetty Guy
10. Government School ...... Stubbs Mr. Daniel John Miss Geraldine
dams

NOTE: There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 6. One
will be Mr. Hamilton Henry's House-Calder-and the other will be at Mr. Aaron
Thomas' House-Calder. Persons registered in this polling division whose sur-
,names begin with the letters A to K must vote at Mr. Hamilton Henry's House
which is polling station No. 6, and those persons whose surnames begin with the
letters L to Y must vote at Mr. Aaron Thomas' House which is polling station
No. 6 A.








CENTRAL WINDWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


Polling Station Number
and Name.


Location. Presiding Officer.
Location. Presiding Officer.


1. Methodist School ...... South Rivers
2. Mr. Daniel D'Andrad's
Residence ..... Park Hill

2a. Mr. Martin Medica's
Residence ..... Park Hill

3. Police Station .... Colonarie

1. Infant School Diamond
5. Methodist School New Grounds

5. Anglican School ..... Lowmans Wd.

Sa. Dispensary ..... Lowmans Wd.

7. Government School ..... Greggs

B. Joseph Gilchrist's I
Residence ..... Bridgetown

3. Police Station .. Biabou

Da. Methodist School Biabou


Mr. H. C. James Miss Iris James

Mr. Walden Ryan Mrs. Dorothy
Ryan

Mr. Alban Periera Mrs. Viola Crich-
ton
Mr. George Mr. Calder Bailey
Stephens
Mr. Roy King Mr. C. Gittens
Mr. Letchie Dick- Mr. Alson Roberts
son
Mr. Cecil King Miss Isabelle
Morris
Mr. William Mr. David Boyea
Charles
Mr. George Mor- Mr. Bertie Smart
ris

Mr. 0. Christopher Mrs. Emily Wil-
liams
Mr. Kelvin Mr. James Bram-
Shortte ble
Mr. Harry Shortte Miss Faustina
Harry


Poll Clerk.















308 sAINT VINCkiNT, FRIDAY. 23 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 42.1


NOTE: There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 2. One
will be at Mr. Daniel D'Andrad's Residence at Park Hill and the other will be at
Mr. Martin Medica's Residence at Park Hill. Persons registered in this polling
division whose surnames begin with the letters A to I, must vote at Mr. Daniel
D'Andrad's Residence which is polling station 1To. 2, and those persons whose
surnames begin with the letters J to Y must vote at Mr. Martin Medica's Resi-
dence which is polling station No. 2 A.

2. There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 6. One will be
at Lowmans Windward Anglican School and the other will be at the Lowmans
Dispensary. Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames begin
with the letters A to I must vote at the Lowmans Windward Anglican School
which is polling station No. 6, and those persons whose surnames begin with the
letters J to Y must vote at the Lowmans Windward Dispensary which is polling
station No. 6 A.

3. There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 9. One will be
at the Biabou Police Station and the other will be at the Biabou Methodist School.
Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames begin with the letters
A to H must vote at the Biabou Police Station which is polling station No. 9,
and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters J to Y must vote at the
Biabou Methodist School which is polling station No. 9 A.










NORTH WINDWARD ,ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


Polling Station Number
and Name.

1. Estate House
2. Government Dispen-
sary
2a. Police Station
3. Estate House
4. Infant School

5. Estate Main Office ......


Location. Presiding Officer.


Owia

Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Orange Hill
Chapmans
Village
Mt. Bentinck


6. Government School ...... Georgetown
7. Methodist School ...... Dicksons


8. Police Station

8a. Progress Hall

9. Anglican School

10. Roman Catholic
School


...... Georgetown

...... Georgetown

...... Byrea


..... Colonarie


Poll Clerk.


Mrs. Augusta Mr. Charles Daniel
Beach
Mr. Richard John Mr. James Daniel
Mr. J. D. Woods Mrs. Sybil Daniel
Mr. J. Harry Mr. Errol Morris
Mr. Alfred Dublin Miss Alrica Phil-
lips
Miss Carol Camp- Miss Hyacinth
bell Duncan
Mr. Parnel Sutton Mr. Leroy Scrubb
Mr. Alban Henry Miss Vivenne
James
Mr. M. E. Cuffy Miss Elaine Dun-
can
Miss Viola Gath- Miss Lois Thomas
erer
Mr. Leopold Lewis Mr. Pamelus
Burke

Mr. Charles Best Miss Therese
fluffy


NOTE: There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 2. One will
be at the Government Dispensary, Sandy Bay, and the other will be at the Police
Station, Sandy Bay. Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames
begin with the letters A to G must vote at the Government Dispensary which is
polling station No. 2, and those whose surnames begin with the letters H to W
must vote at the Police Station which is polling station No. 2 A.

2. There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 8. One will be
at the Police Station at Georgetown and the other will be at the Progress Hall
at Georgetown. Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames begin
with the letters A to K must vote at the Georgetown Police Station which is
polling station No. 8 and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters
L to Y must vote at the Progress Hall which is polling station No. 8 A.














SAINT VINCENT, FRIDAY, 23 AUGUSI'. ]957.-(No. 42).


THE GRENADINES ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


Polling Station Number Location.
and Name.

1. The Court Room ...... Port Elizabeth


2. Mr. Percy Sargeant's
Shop ..... Ocar


3. Mr. Edmund Phillips'
New House

4. fGonvern ent Schoolnn


Belmont

'Daet+ F'arm


Presiding Officer.


Mr. Merille Mc-
Kenzie

Mr. Claude A.
Small


Poll Clerk.


Miss Agnes Jarvis


Miss Enid Jarvis


Mr. Silvanus Miss Althea Os-
Burke borne
bMfr Samuel Cun- r Vt, + Vl't n "T Nn


ningham ton
Police Station ...... Paget Farm Mr. Claude Hazell Mr. Cornelius
Williams
Government School ...... Mustique Mr. Conrad Bute Mr. John Thomp-
son
Government School ...... Canouan Mr. Stanley Mor- Mr. Cyril De-
ris Roche
Government School ...... Mayreau Mr. Kelvin Gib- Miss Agatha St.
son Hilaire
Court Room, Revenue
Office ..... Union Island Mr. S. B. Cox Miss Celina Clou-
den
Government School ...... Union Island Mr. Lisle Browne Mr. Robert Rob-
ertson


NOTE: There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 4. One will
be at the Government School Paget Farm and the other will be at the Police
Station at Paget Farm. Persons registered in this polling division whose sur-
names begin with the letters A to K must vote at the Government School at
Paget Farm which is polling station No. 4, and those persons whose surnames
begin with the letters L to W must vote at the Police Station at Paget Farm,
which is polling station No. 4 A.

J. V. ALVES,
Supervisor of Elections.

23rd August, 1957.











Election Clerks.



The undermentioned persons have been appointed as Election Clerks for
the purpose of the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance No. 13 of 1951.


Name of Officer.


VIr. H. E. A. Daisley
Mr. C. A. Marshall
Mr. C. C. Samuel
Mr. E. B. John
Mr. T. A. Browne
Mr. D. A. Providence
Rev. Eric St. C. Clarke
VIr. W. R. Marshall


Electoral District.


North Leeward
South Leeward
Kingstown
St. George
South Windward
Central Windward
North Windward
Grenadines


Address.


Barrouallie
Layou
Kingstown
Belair
Mesopotamia
Colonarie
Georgetown
Bequia


4a.


8.


9.


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SAINT VINCENT, FRIDAY, 23 AUGUST, 1957.-(Io. 42)


Final Counting of Votes.


The final counting of votes will take place on the day following polling day
at the undermentioned buildings, beginning at 8.00 a.m.


Name of Officer Electoral District. Place for Final Counting of Votes.


Mr. C. W. Prescod North Leeward Barrouallie Police Station
Mr. H. A. Robertson ..... South Leeward Buccament Government School
Mr. F. E. Williams Kingstown Inland Revenue Office
Mr. George Dougan .._ St. George Calliaqua Police Station
Mr. C. F. Browne ...... South Windward Mesopotamia Police Station
Mr. E. W. Ballah Central Windward Blabou Police Station
Mr. T. M. Velox North Windward Revenue Office, Georgetown
Mr. D. A. Niles Grenadines Revenue Office, Port Elizabeth


J. V. ALVES,
Supervisor of Elections.
23rd August, 1957.


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@? AINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

I 1957, No. 37.

LEG ITIE CIL (ELECTIONS) (AMENDMENT)
RULES.

(Gazetted 23rd August, 1957.)

1. Short title. These Rules may be cited as the Legislative Council
(Elections) (Amendment) Rules, 1957, and shall be read as one with the Legis-
lative Council (Elections) Rules, 1951, (S.R. & 0. 1951, No. 87) as amended by the
Legislative Council (Elections) (Amendment) Rules, 1951, (S.R. & 0. 1951, No. 91)
and the Legislative Council (Elections) (Amendment) Rules, 1954, (S.R. & 0. 1954,
No. 37) which Rules as so amended are hereinafter referred to as the principal
Rules.

2. Rule 4 of principal Rules revoked and replaced. Rule 4 of
the principal Rules is hereby revoked and replaced as follows:-
"4. Remuneration to Assistant Registration Officers.
(1) An Assistant Registration Officer shall be paid the sum of thirty-six
dollars for his services in connection with the registration of electors in an
electoral district in an enumeration year: Provided that an Assistant Regis-
tration Officer appointed in respect of the Electoral District of the Grenadines
shall be paid the sum of fifty dollars for his services.
(2) In any year not being an enumeration year an Assistant registration
Officer shall be paid the sum of thirty dollars for his services in connection
with the registration of electors in an electoral district: Provided that the
Assistant Registration Officer appointed in respect of the Islands of Mustique
and Mayreau in the Electoral District of the Grenadines shall each be paid
the sum of fifteen dollars for their services."
3. Rule 5 of principal Rules revoked and replaced. Rule 5 of
the principal Rules is hereby revoked and replaced as follows:-
"5. Remuneration to Enumerators. The Enumerators, for a
house to house canvas for the preparation of the list of electors, shall be paid
the sum of seven cents per name entered in the Index Book: Provided that
no Enumerator shall be paid less than fifteen dollars in respect of his services."
4. Rule 10 of principal Rules amended. Rule 10 of the principal
Rules is hereby amended by the deletion of the words "one cent" occurring in
the second line thereof and the substitution therefore of the words "one and
one-half cents".
5. Deletion of Appendix to. principal Rules. The Appendix to
the principal Rules is hereby deleted and replaced as follows:-
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Made by the Governor in Council under section 82 of the Legislative Council
(Elections) Ordinance, 1951 (No. 13 of 1951) this 21st day of August, 1957.
F. GILBERT THOMAS,
(J. 26/1950 II.) Clerk of Executive Council.


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