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Publication Date: May 12, 1959
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 12: The St. Vincent Girls' High School (Amendment) Regulations, 1959
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 13: The Government and Assisted Primary Schools (Amendment) Regulations, 1959 - 12th May, 1959
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    Supplement to Gazette: Minutes of the Meeting of Legislative Council held on 2nd April, 1959
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    Supplement to Gazette: Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure of the Small Towns and the Mariaqua, Troumaca Village Councils and Bequia District Council for the year 1959
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

published bD Authorilg.


VOL. 92.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 MAY, 1959. [No. 26.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
No. 174.
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE 1946
(No. 22 of 1946)
SAND
IN THE MATTER OF THE ACQUISITION by the Governor in Council
of a certain parcel of land at Mt. Pleasant Mountain in the Parish of
Charlotte 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 under-
mentioned parcel of land should be acquired for a public purpose, to wit, the
construction of a water catchment for a spring to provide water for public use:
Now IT Is HEREBY DECLARED by His Excellency the Governor acting in
accordance with the advice of the Executive Council of the Colony of Saint
Vincent that upon the Second Publication of this Declaration in the Gazette
all that parcel of land at Mt. Pleasant Mountain in the Parish of Charlotte
the property of Catherine Jackson measuring 501 square feet in area and
bounded on the North and West by the remaining lands of the said Catherine
Jackson on the South by the lands of Rose Dasent on the East by a Public Bye
Road shall vest absolutely in the Crown.
AND IT Is HEREBY FURTHER DECLARED AND NOTIFIED that a plan bearing
the Number C2/117 showing the above mentioned parcel of land has been
prepared by E. Stinson Campbell Licensed Land Surveyor and can be inspected
at all reasonable hours at the Lands and Surveys Department of Kingstown
in the said Colony.
Dated at Kingstown this 30th day of April, 1959.
F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Clerk of Executive Council.

32 ',72 1










172 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 MAY, 1959.-(No. 26.)


No. 175.
NOTICE.

AID TO PIQ ~ER INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE, 1952.

In pursuance of the requirements of section 3 (2) (a) of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance, 1952, it is hereby notified for general information that
the Governor in Council proposes to make the undermentioned Order under
section 3 (1) of the said Ordinance.

Any person who objects to the making of such Order shall give notice
in writing of his objection, and of the grounds on which he relies in support
thereof, to the Clerk of the Executive Council on or before the 30th day of
May, 1959.
F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Clerk of Executive Council.
29th April, 1959.

AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (RE-MANUFACTURE OF
WORN MOTOR VEHICLE TYRES) ORDER.

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer
Industries (Re-manufacture of Worn Motor Vehicle Tyres) Order, 1959.

2. Declaration of Pioneer Industry. The establishment, main-
tenance and operation in the Colony of plant for the remanufacture of worn
motor vehicle tyres is hereby declared to be a pioneer industry for the purposes
of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952, and re-manufactured motor
vehicle tyres are hereby declared to be pioneer products for the said purposes.

Made by the Governor in Council under section 3 (1) of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance, 1952 (No. 5 of 1952) this day of 1959.

Clerk of Executive Council.


No. 185.
HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN'S MES-
SAGE FOR COMMONWEALTH
YOUTH SUNDAY.
Buckingham Palace.
I thank you for the loyal message
which I have received for Common-
wealth Youth Sunday, 1959. While you
affirm your loyalty to our great family
of nations, you will be thinking, I know,
of the hundreds of thousands of your
own young fellow citizens of the Com-
monwealth. gathered together to-day for
a similar purpose,, whether in a great
capital city or in some small and lonely
village. I trust that Commonwealth
Youth Sunday will help you to think of
them often during the coming years. For
as you grow up to face the problems of
a world which is darkened by fear and
prejudice it will help you greatly to re-
member always that you are facing
them as a united family, a family which
stands for mutual trust in'stena of fear,
and for mutual affection instead of pre-
judice.
ELIZABETH R.
10th May, 1959.


No. 186.
CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT.

Mr. G. E. DAISLEY, as Surveyor,
Lands & Survey Department, St. Vin-
cent, with effect from 1st September,
1958.
12th May, 1959.
(P.F. 717.)



No. 187.
APPOINTMENT.

COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX.

Mr. A. V. KING, M.B.E., has been ap-
pointed a Commissioner of Income Tax
under the provisions of Section 3 of the
Income Tax Ordinance, 1956, with effect
from 4th May, 1959, and during the
absence on vacation leave of Mr. E. A.
BRATHWAITE, Assistant Administrator
and Establishment Officer.
12th May, 1959.
(A. 37/1944.)










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 MAY, 1959.-(No. 26.)


No. 188.
VACATION LEAVE.

The Honourable E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Assistant Administrator and Establish-
ment Officer, has been granted 142 days'
vacation leave with effect from 4th May,
1959.
12th May, 1959.
(P.F. 929.)

No. 189.
ACTING APPOINTMENTS.

Consequent on the grant of vacation
leave to the Honourable E. A. BRATH-
WAITE, Assistant Administrator and
Establishment Officer, the following
acting arrangements have been made,
with effect from 4th May, 1959, and
until further notice.
Mr. A. V. KING, M.B.E., Government,
Secretary, to act as Assistant Ad-
ministrator and Establishment Offi-
cer.
Mr. F. G. THOMAS, Personnel and
Staff Inspector, to act as Govern-
ment Secretary.
12th May, 1959.
(P.Fs. 33, 335.) *

No. 190.
CORRECTION.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 178 of 5th May, 1959, the correct
name is CARLTON BAPTISTE, 1n0o Charles
Baptiste.
12th May, 1959.
(J.27/1943.)


No. 191.


BANK HOLIDAYS.


Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Monday, 18th May, 1959 (Whit Mon-
day), being a Bank Holiday, all Public
Offices will be closed on that day.
12th May, 1959.

No. 192.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Monday, 25th May, 1959, is declared a
Bank Holiday for the purpose of cele-
brating Empire Day (24th May) which
falls on Sunday.
All Public Offices will, therefore, be
closed on that day.
12th May, 1959.

No. 193.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Thursday, 28th May, 1959 (Corpus
Christi) being a Bank Holiday, all
Public Offices will be closed on that day.
12th May, 1959.


No. 194.


LEGISLATION.


Tho following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 12-The St. Vincent
Girls' High School (Amendment)
Regulations, 1959.
(E. 26/1949.)
S.R. & O. No. 13.-The Government
and Assisted Primary Schools
(Amendment) Regulations, 1959.
(E. 7/1946.)
12th May, 1959.

No. 195.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

Copies of Minutes of the Meeting of
Legislative Council held on 2nd April,
1959, which may be seen at Government
Office, the Kingstown Library and at all
Revenue Offices, are published with this
issue of the Gazette.
12th May, 1959.

No. 196.
Estimates of Revenue and Expi ldi-
ture of the Small Towns and the Mar-
riaqua, Tronmaca Village Councils iind
Bequia District Coim cil for the year
1959, are published with this issue of
the Gazette.
12th May, 1959.
(F. 16/1956.)

No. 197.
VACANT POSTS.

POST OF PROBATION OFFICER, ST. LUCIA

The closing date for receiving of ap-
plications for the above vacant post has
been extended to 20th May, 1959.
12th May, 1959.

No. 198.


AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.

POST OF FOREST GUARD.

Applications are invited for the va-
cant post of Forest Guard in the Fores-
try Division of the Department of
Agriculture.
The salary of the post is $624 x $36-
$840 per annum plus a 20% cost of liv-
ing allowance.
The post is non-pensionable and the
appointment is liable to termination by
one month's notice in writing on either
side.
The successful candidate will be re-
sponsible to the Superintendent of Agri-
culture, in his capacity as Chief Forest
Officer, for the performance of his
duties.









174 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 MAY, 1959.-(No. 26.)


The duties of the post entail the
patrolling and policing of all Crown
Lands in an assigned area, assisting in
the sale of forest produce, supervision
of silvicultural work and for the con-
trol and supervision of all Crown Land
renters in his beat.
Applications stating educational and
other qualifications should be addressed
to the Superintendent of Agriculture,
Kingstown, and should reach him not
later than 31st May, 1959.
12th May, 1959.

No. 184.
FARM SCHOOL FOR DELINQUENTS,
ST. LUCIA.

Applications are invited for the fol-
lowing posts at the Farm School for
Delinquents, St. Lucia.
(a) Joint posts of Headmaster and
Matron.
(b) Assistant Masters.
The salary of the Headmaster is in
the scale of $2,100 x $120-$2,700..
The Ieadmaster will be responsible
for the organising and directing of the
whole work of the school. He will be
required to teach general subjects; to
organise leisure time activities and to
undertake some individual case work to
be carried out through direct contact
and cooperation with the Probation Offi-
cer.
Applicants should have teaching ex-
perience and have a genuine interest in
the welfare of under-privileged boys.
The post is resident and a suitable
quarter will be provided for a married
man.
Matron: The salary is in the scale of
$1,020 x $60-$1,500 x $120-$1,980
per annum.
The post is resident and the matron
will undertake the duties of a House-
mother and should have the ability to
create a home atmosphere.
Assistant Master: The salary is in the
scale of $1,020 x $60-$1,500 x $120-
$1,980 per annum.
The duties of the Assistant Master
will be generally to assist the Headmas- i
ter in the direction and Administration
of the school and to deputise for him
when required.
A knowledge of farming, crafts and
leisure activities will be an advantage.
Single accommodation for a single man
will be provided.
Applications giving full particulars
of name, age, marital status, qualifica-
tions and experience should be for-
warded to the Assistant Administrator
and Establishment Officer, Government
Office, Castries, St. Lucia, and should
reach him not later than Friday, 15th
May, 1959.
5th May, 1959.


No. 169.
DENTAL SURGEON (SCHOOL DENTAL
OFFICER), ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited for the post
of Dental Surgeon (School Dental Offi-
cer) St. Vincent.
Salary:
The salary of the post, which is
pensionable, is in the scale $3,840 x
$120-$4,800 (800 x 25-1,000)
plus a 20% pensionable pay addition.
Private practice will be permitted,
provided that it does not interfere
with the officer's official duties. The
appointment, which may be on con-
tract if desired, carries with it the
liability to transfer to any post of
equivalent status within the wind-
ward Islands.
Qualifications:
Applicants should possess a Dental
qualification registrable in St. Vin-
cent, and should have had at least
three years post-graduate experience
in Practical Dentistry. and some expe-
rience in Social Dentistry. He will be
required to advise the Government of
St. Vincent on the dental health of
school children and to undertake the
dental care of children throughout
the Island, and the Grenadines.
Further particulars regarding the ap-
pointment may be obtained from the
Chief Secretary, Windward Islands,
Grenada, to whom applications giving
full particulars, qualifications and ex-
perience and accompanied by two tes-
timonials (which will not be returned)
should be addressed to reach him not
later than the 31st May, 1959.
28th April, 1959.
(M. 34/1939 (A).)

No. 170.
EXECUTIVE ARCHITECT, WINDWARD
ISLANDS.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for the post of Execu-
tive Architect, Windward Islands.
1. Appointment. The appointment
is non-pensionable and will be for a
period of three years in the first in-
stance. It will be subject to the Colo-
nial Regulations and to the local Gen-
eral Orders in force for the time being,
in so far as they are applicable.
2. Salary. The salary scale of the
appointment is $4,800 per annum rising
by annual increments of $120 to $6,240
per annum plus 20% pay addition. The
current rate of exchange of the Wind-
ward Islands dollar is $4.80 equals 1
sterling. Half salary of the appoint-










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 MAY, 1959.-(No. 26.)


ment will be paid from the date of em-
barkation, and full salary from the date
of arrival in the Colony.
3. Allowances. A car is a necessity
and a travelling allowance of $240
(50) per annum (plus casual mileage
for journeys of 5 miles and over) is
paid to the officer. Subsistence and
transport allowances are provided in
accordance with local regulations in re-
spect of approved travel on duty, in-
cluding visits to other Colonies of the
Windward group. (The officer is ex-
pected to divide his time equally be-
tween the four Colonies).
4. Quarters. Neither Government
quarters nor a housing allowance in lieu
is provided.
5. Leave. Vacation leave on full
salary will be granted at the rate of one
week for each completed period of three
months' resident service to be taken on
the satisfactory completion of the pe-
riod of the Officer's engagement.
C D nn n -


to 4 p.m. from Monday to Friday and
9 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturdays).
Offers by sealed tenders addressed to
the Chairman, Tenders Board, Govern-
ment Office, Kingstown, and clearly
marked on the outside of the envelope
"Tender for Medical Delivery Van,
T 215" will be accepted up to 3 p.m. on
Friday the 15th May, 1959.
5th May, 1959.
By Order,

O. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
for Acting Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
12th May, 1959.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

EDUCATION NOTICE.


passages. ree passages Lo the -
Windward Islands will be provided for HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE AND
the officer, his wife and children, not ex- SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINA-
ceeding five persons in all, on first ap- TIONS, 1959.
pointment, and free passages back to
the officer's homeland on the satisfactory The Oversea School Certificate and
completion of the period of the officer's Higher School Certificate Examination
engagement. Children to be under of the University of Cambridge Local
eighteen years of age, unmarried and Examination Syndicate will be held at
dependent on the officer, this Centre in November and December
7. Duties. The duties of the post 1959 commencing on Monday 23rd
are as follows:- November.
The fees, which should be paid into
(i) Responsibility for the design of the Treasury, are as follows:-
all new public buildings in the
Windward Islands; School Certificate:
(ii) Collaboration with the Public Full Certificate .. 3 7s. 6d.
Works Departments in the exe- Partial Entries
cution of buildings and in build- (3 subjects or less) .. 110s. Od.
ing research and experiments: Higher School Certificate:
(iii) Advice to the Housing and Entry Fee payable by all
planning Authorities on all candidates 15s. Od.
housing and planning develop- For each Principal sub-
ment. ject .. 1 Os. Od.
8. General Information. Govern- For each Subsidiary
ment officers are liable to taxation im- subject .. 10s. Od.
posed by local enactments. For the General Paper 10s. Od.
Applications should be addressed to Local Fee- H.S.C. and
the Chief Secretary of the Windward S. Certificate 5s. Od
Islands, Grenada, The West Indies, and S C cate 5s
should reach him not later than 31st Entry Forms may be obtained from
May, 1959. the Local Secretary. They should be
filled in and returned to him, together
28th April, 1959. with the Treasury receipts not later
than Saturday, 13th June, 1959.
No. 183. Private Candidates, other than Even-
FOR SALE. ing Class Students and Student Teach-
ers, should enquire at the Education
Medical Delivery Van (1/4 ton Mor- Office for further particulars before
ris), T 215, in running order. This Van May 23rd.
may be inspected at Public Works De- C. V. D. HADLEY,
apartment, Arnos Vale, on working days Local Secretary.
during the usual office hours (i.e. 9 a.m. 30th April, 1959.











176 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 MAY, 1959.-(No. 26.)



NOTICE.


NEW PRICES FOR PRISON MANUFACTURED ARTICLES.

It is notified for general information that due to the increased cost of
materials etc. the charges for articles manufactured by the Prisons will be
as follows:-


ARTICLES


CHARGES


BAKERY (For Government Institutions only)
Flour $10.26-$11.00 per 100 lbs. .. .. 12 cts. per lb.
,, $11.01-$11.75 ,, ,, ,, .. .. 121/2 ,, ,, ,,
,, $11.76-$12.50 ,, ,, ,, .. .. 13
,, $12.51-$13.25 ,, ,, ,, .. 13 1/2
,, $13.26-$14.00 ,, ,, ,, .. .. 14

BOOT REPAIRS (For Government Departments only)


bread
,,


Boots,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,


whole sole
1 sole, heel, innersole,
1/2 sole & leather heel
'/2 sole & rubber heel
1/2 sole only
heel built


we


It


Shoes, whole sole
,, 2 sole, heel, innersole, welt
,, sole & heel (male)
,, 12 sole & heel (female)
,, sole only
,, built (male) .. .
,, ,, (female)
Other repairs (canvas, patch, etc.)


. $ 3.20
. $ 3.00
. $ 2.40
. $ 2.04
. $ 1.84
.84
. $ 3.25
. $ 3.00
. $ 2.60
.$ 1.50
. $ 2.00
.$11.00
$ 8.00
Varies


pair
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,


BOULDERS AND CRUSHED STONES. (For general supply)
Boulders .. .. .. .. .. $8.00 per cord
Crushed Stones, 3" .. .. .. .70 per brl.
,, ~" ... .65
,, ,, 1" .30 ,, ,,
,, ,, 1 .. .. .24 ,, ,,
,, ,, 2/2" .. .. .10 ,, ,,
Dusting .. .. .. .. .. .60
(Stones decrease 20% to Govern-
ment Departments)

CONCRETE BLOCKS (For general supply)


Mixture-1.3.4 sizes 4"
S ,, ,,, 3"
; )) 2 1/2 "
,, ,, ,,,, ,, 2 "
,, ,, ,, ,, ,, 2"


x 9"
x 9"
x 9"
x 9"


x 18"
x 18"
x 18"
x 18"


COFFINS (for Govt. Depts.)
Still Born
From 1 ft. 7"-2 ft. 6"
S 2 ft. 7"-3 ft. 6"
,, 3 ft. 7"-4 ft. 5"
,, 4 ft. 6"-5 ft. 9"
S 5 ft. 10"-6 ft. 6"


CARPENTRY


Repairs


36 cts. each
30 ,, ,
26 ,, ,
23 ,, ,


Supplied to
discount.


$ 1.80
3.50
4.50
6.50
9.00
10.80


Discount 5%
on bulk pur-
chase by Gen-
eral Public of
1,000 and
upwards.
Govt. Depts. at 20%


Sales may be
made to the
general public
at an increase
of 50%


.. 50% of the cost of materials used
or supplied
.Varies









SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 MAY, 1959.-(No. 26.) 177


ARTICEs CHARGES
COCONUT COIR (For general supply)
Fibre .. .. . .. 10 cts. per lb.
. 8 ,, ,, in lots of 500 bs.
& over to Local Firms.
Door Mats .. .. .. .. $2.00 each
Car Mats .. .. .. $10.00 per outfit of not more than
two pieces.
Supplied to Govt. Depts. at 20%
discount.
TINSMITH (Govt. Depts. only)
Pans, Cups, Tin-sheets, etc. .. .. .. 25% less than market price.

TAILORING (Govt. Depts. only)
Blue Tunics .. ... $3.50 each
Trousers .. .. 2.00 per pair Provided all
SShorts .. .. 1.08 ,, ,, materials fur-
White Tunics .. .. .. 2.16 each nished by
Khaki Tunics .. .. .. .1.20 ,, Depts. con-
Trousers .. .. .96 per pair cerned.
SShorts .. .... .. .66 ,
Shirts .. ...84 each
Repairs and other work .. .. .. Varies
These new prices are effective from 1st May, 1959.

C. A. ELLIS (Capt.),
20th April 1959. Superintendent of Prisons.


POLICE NOTICES.

TRAFFIC ARRANGEMENTS.

QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY PARADE, SATURDAY, 13TH JUNE, 1959.

Regulation made by the Chief of Police under Section 79 (1) of the Motor
Vehicle and Road Traffic Ordinance No. 20 of 1940.
VICTORIA PARK.
MOTOR VEHICLE ENTRANCES.
Saturday 13th June, 1959, between the hours of 8 and 10 a.m. Motor
Vehicles will be admitted to Victoria Park through tlh following entrances.
1. Road to Leeward.
2. Bentinek Square.
MOTOR VEHICLE EXIT.
Motor Vehicles will leave Victoria Park by way of North River only.
PARKING.
Motor Vehicles will be parked in the open space in front the Colonial
Hospital Annexe and on the Western and Northern sides outside the Park as
directed by the Police.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
11th May, 1959.

FOUND PROPERTY. Owner can collect same at Police
Headquarters, Kingstown, on proper
--- identification of the property.
At the public bath at Barrouallie on S. A. ANDERSON
2nd November, 1958, a leather wallet Chief of Police.
containing 15 keys. 11th May, 1959.


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SAINT VINCENT.


STATUTORY RULES AND O,

1959, No. 12.

ST. VINCENT GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL (AMENDMENT)
REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 12th May, 1959).


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the St. Vincent
Girls' High School (Amendment) Regulations, 1959, and shall be read as one with
the St. Vincent Cirls' High School Regulations, 1941 (S.R. & 0. 1941, No. 24)
(hereinafter refeired to as the principal Regulations) and all amendments thereto.

2. Regulation 19 of principal Regulations revoked and re-
placed. ReguJation 19 of the principal Regulations is hereby revoked and
replaced by the following:-
"19. No pupil who has attained her sixteenth year of age and has failed
to earn her re move into the Pre-School Certificate Form may be retained in the
School, unles;, in exceptional circumstances, "after the end of the school year
in which her sixteenth birthday falls.".

Made by the Governor in Council under section 29 of the Education Ordinance,
1937, this 31st day of March, 1959.
F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Clerk of Executive Council.

Approved by Resolution of the Legislative Council under section 30 of the Edu-
cation Ordinance, 1937, this 7th day of May, 1959.
J. B. CONNELL,
Acting Clerk of Legislative Council.
(E. 26/1949).


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1959, No. 13.


GOVERNMENT A'ND ASSISTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS
(AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS.


(Gazetted 12th May, 1959).

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Government
and Assisted Primary Schools (Amendment) Regulations, 1959, and shall be read
as one with the Rigulations for Government and Assisted Primary Schools made
by the Governor ir. Council on the 3rd day of February, 1938 (hereinafter referred
to as the principal, Regulations) and all amendments thereto.

2. Amendment of Principal Regulations. For regulations 102
to 107, inclusive, of the principal Regulations, the following regulations shall be
substituted:-
"102. (1) Certificated teachers shall be eligible, after one year resident
service, to be ranted full pay vacation leave in accordance with the following
scale:-
Categories Vacation leave at the Accumulate up to a
rate of maximum of
(a) Teachers in receipt of
salaries of $!,300 per
annum and over 45 days per annum 180 days
(b) Teachers in receipt of
salaries less than
$2,300 per annum 36 days per annum 144 days.
(2) Vacat:on leave to teachers shall not commence during a school term,
and school vacations occurring during vacation leave shall be reckoned for
vacation leave.
(3) Vacat:on leave shall be granted in "calendar" days, that is to say,
Sunday and Public Holidays falling within a period of leave will be counted
as days of leave.
103. (1) Teachers will not be eligible for casual leave, but leave of absence
on full salary for a period of not more than three days may, in urgent cases,
be granted by the Manager or the Education Officer who shall make such
arrangements for the performance of the teacher's duties as will ensure that
the work is carried on with the least possible inconvenience and detriment
to the welfare of the school and without extra cost to Government.
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(2) Application for more than three days leave shall be forwarded by
the Education Officer to the Administrator who may approve the same for
bona fide reasons on such terms and conditions as to salary or otherwise as
he may deem fit.
104. A teacher who has served for a period of five or more consecutive
years without leave may be granted, without special grounds, sixty days
half-pay leave in addition to the maximum full pay leave for which he will
be eligible under regulation 102. of these Regulations.
105. (1) Three months sick leave on full pay may be granted in any period
of twenty-four months to teachers, provided that suitable satisfactory arrange-
ments can be made for the proper performance of the applicant's duties
without additional cost to the Government. Otherwise such leave may be
granted on half pay only.
(2) A doctor's certificate of inability to perform duties shall accompany
an application for sick leave; provided that the Manager's certificate may be
accepted in respect of periods not exceeding seven days. In either case the
nature of the illness shall be stated on the certificate.
(3) Extension of sick leave to teachers shall be on half-pay and shall not
exceed three months except as provided in the next succeeding regulation.
108. Leave without pay may be granted to a teacher to enable his services
to be retained on the staff of a school.
107. All leave granted to teachers and arrangements made for the perform-
ance of their duties shall forthwith be reported by the Manager to the
Education Officer. Particulars of such leave shall be entered in the Log
Book and a return thereof submitted to the Education Officer by the Manager
at the end of each school term.".

3. Revocation. The Government and Assisted Primary Schools
(Amendment) Regulations, 1955 (S.R. & O. 1955, No. 40) are hereby revoked.



Made by the Governor in Council under section 29 of the Education Ordinance
(No. 29 of 1937) this 31st day of March, 1959.

F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Clerk- of Executive Council.


Approved by Resolution of the Legislative Council under section 30 of the
aforesaid Education Ordinance, 1937, this 7th day of May, 1959.

J. B. CONNELL,
Acting Clerk of Legislative Council.
(E. 7/1946).


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1959.











MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL HELD AT THE
COUNCIL CHAMBER, KINGSTOWN, ON THURSDAY, 2ND APRIL, 1959,
AT 10.00 A.M.

PRESENT.
His Honour A. F. GLES, Administrator, President,.
The Honourable B. F. DIAS, Crown Attorney, 0 9 "
,, B. R. THOMAS, Financial Secretary, J 95
,, AA. C. CYRus, First Nominated Member,
,, E. T. JosHUA, Member for Central Windwar Iister for T
and Production,
,, E. S. CAMPBELL, Member for Kingstown, Minisi
cations and Works,
S H. A. HAYNES, Member for St. George, MinisftRfor Social Services,
S. S. E. SLATER, Member for North Leeward,
.. ,, C. L. TANNIS, Member for the Grenadines,
,, H. F. YoUNG, Member for South Leeward,
S. L. C. LATHAM, Member for South Windward,
,, A. B. DosSANTOS, Second Nominated Member,
MRS. I. I. JOSHUA, Member for North Windward,
,, A. C. HADLEY, Third Nominated Member.

1. PRAYERS.
The President opened the Meeting with the reading of prayers.

2. MINUTEs.
The Minutes of the Meeting held on 5th March, 1959 copies of which were
previously circulated were taken as read and were confirmed.

3. ANNOUNCEMENTS.
The President made the following announcements.
(1) That His Excellency Lord Hailes accompanied by Her Excellency
Lady Hailes will be visiting the Grenadines during the month. Their
Excellencies will spend the day of the 15th at Bequia, and will visit Canouan
and Union Island on the 16th before going on to Carriacou. Their visit will
be very informal in order that they might be able to meet as many people as
possible and see the beauties of the islands.
(2) That the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association are holding a
conference in Australia this year. The hosts have invited the Leewards and
Windwards -together to send one representative. In the usual manner the
Governor has selected a Legislature out of the four Windwards and said that
they should nominate someone who will be the candidate from the Wind-
wards. On the last occasion he had selected Grenada, this time he has
selected St. Lucia. However, he did not yet know how the final choice would
be made.











(3) That Honourable Members were to proceed to the selection of a
representative of the House to attend the course in Parliamentary procedure
at Westminister which starts this month. He reminded Honourable Members
that Mr. R. E. Baynes had attended a similar course some years before.
The President then asked if it was the will of the House that Standing Rules
and Orders be suspended in order that a motion may be moved proposing someone
to attend the Conference.
There being no objection, the President gave his consent, and the Honourable
Minister for Trade and Production moved the following motion:
That the Minister for Social Services, the elected representative for St.
George, be the selectee for the forthcoming Parliamentary course to be held
in London.
The motion was seconded by the Honourable Minister for Communication and
Works.
The Honourable Member for South Leeward seconded by the Honourable
Member for South Windward moved the following amendment to tie Motion by
the Honourable Minister for Trade and Production:
That the Honourable Member for the Grenadines be selected to attend
the course In Parliamantary procedure.
The amendment to the motion was put to the vote, and lost 5-8.
The President then put the motion as moved by the Honourable Minister for
Trade and Production to the vote.
The motion was carried 8-5.
4. NOTICES OF MOTIONS.

The Honourable Member for the Grenadines gave notice of the following
Motion:
BE IT RESOLVED that the proposals for Constitutional Reform in the
Territories of Antigua, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Clristopher,
Nevis and Anguilla, Saint LuCia and Saint Vincent agreed to at the Confer-
ence convened by the Federal Government at Federal House, Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad from 23rd to 26th March, 1959, be adopted by this House.

5. NOTICES OF QUESTIONS.
There were no notices of Questions.


6. PETITIONS.

No Petitions were. presented.
7. PAPERS.

The Honourable Crown Attorney laid the following Council Papers on the
Table:
Council Paper No. 7 of 1959: The Income Tax (Double Taxation Relief)
(U.S.A.) Order, 1959.
Council Paper No. 8 of 1959: The Cotton (Export Levy) Order, 1959.










Council Paper No. 9 of 1959: The Banana Growers Association (Amend-
ment) Regulations, 1959.
Council Paper No. 10 of 1959: The Official Designations Notice, 1959.
Council Paper No. 11 of 1959: Report of the Director General of the Over-
seas Audit Service on the St. Vincent Audited Accounts for 1956.


8. MOTIONS.
The Honourable Member for South Windward seconded by the Honourable
Member for South Leeward moved the following motion standing in his name on
the Order Paper.
WHEREAS, the Assistant Administrator Mr. E. A. Brathwaite was appointed
to act as Administrator of the island consequent upon the leave of absence
of Mr. A. F. Giles from St. Vincent.
AND WHEREAS it was glaringly evident by virtue of Mr. Brathwaite's partial
and amateurish behaviour in the conduct of the affairs of this country in the
Legislative Council Chamber, that he is both unqualified and temperamental-
ly unsuited not only to act as Administrator, but to fill the substantive post
of Assistant Administrator, at a period of time such as this when the West
Indies are being politically advanced.
BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution be placed on record as a mark of
protest against the action of this officer in the Administration of the affairs of
this country.
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this said Officer be transferred from
the island forthwith as the people have expressed that they could repose no
confidence in him.
During the debate on the motion (at 12.30 p.m.) the Honourable First Nomi-
nated Member seconded by the Honourable Financial Secretary moved:
That Council adjourn for the luncheon interval until 2.30 p.m.
The Honourable Member for the Grenadines seconded by the Honourable
Member for South Windward moved the following amendment to the motion
by the Honourable First Nominated Member:
That Council continue the debate.
The amendment to the motion was put to the vote and lost 3-10.
The motion for adjournment was then put to the vote and carried 10-3.
Council adjourned for the luncheon period until 2.30 p.m.


RESUMPTION.
Council resumed at 2.30 p.m. All Members were present as in the forenoon.
The debate on the Motion by the Honourable Member for South Windward
continued.
Before putting the motion to the vote, however, the President said that in
his dual capacity in the House he wished to have on record his own opinion of
the motion which, he said, "was an unfair, unnecessary and undiginfied motion
brought against a member of the St. Vincent Civil Service who is not here to
defend himself."











The Motion was then put to the vote with following results:


For
Hon. L. C. Latham
SH. F. Young
,, C. L. Tannis







The motion was therefore lost.


Against
Hon. B. F. Dias
,B. R. Thomas
,A. C. Cyrus
E. T. Joshua
,E. S. Campbell
,H. A. Haynes
S. E. Slater
,A. B. dosSantos
,Mrs. I. I. Joshua
,A. C. Hadley


The Honourable Member for South Leeward seconded by the Honourable
Member for South Windward then moved the following motion standing in his
name on the Order Paper.
WHIFtEAS at the present Federal Bye-Election the Electorate of the whole
island has shown by a convincing majority .that it has no confidence in the
present Government.
BE IT RESOLVED that the Government be called upon to resign.
There was a lengthy debate on the Motion which was put to the Vote with the
following results:


For
Hon. H. F. Young
L. C. Latham
C. L. Tannis







The motion was therefore lost.


Against
Hon. B. F. Dias
B. R. Thomas
A. C. Cyrus
,, E, T. Joshua
E. S. Campbell
,H. A. Haynes
,S. E.. Slater
A. B. dosSantos
,Mrs. I. I. Joshua
,A. C. Hadley


9. BILLS.
The President laid Certificates of Urgency on the Table to permit the intro-
duction and first reading of the following Bills:
The Marketing Board Bill.
The Income Tax (Double Taxation- Relief) (U.S.A.) Order, 1959, Validation
Bill, 1959.
Both Bills were then read a First time.
SECOND READING:
The President then read a Certificate of Urgency in respect of the Income
Tax (Double Taxation Relief) (U.S.A.) Order, 1959, Validation Bill,. 1959 in order
that the Bill might be put through all its stages at the meeting. The Bill was
then read a Second time.


















23

There was no debate on the Bill which passed Committee stage with the
following amendment:
Clause 2. Marginal note: Remove "No. 1" appearing in line 4 and replace
it after "1959" in line 3.
The Bill was then read a Third time and passed.

10. ADJOURNMENT.
On the motion for adjournment the Honourable Minister for Social Services
spoke on the following subjects:
Conference on University College of the West Indies and Imperial College of
Tropical Agriculture merger.
Conferenceon Social Development in the West Indies.
The Meeting adjourned sine die at 6.05 p.m.


A. F. GILES,
President.



Confirmed this 7th day of May, 1959.


A. F. GILES,
President.











Estimate of Revenue of the Georgetown Town Board for the year 1959.


Details of Revenue.




Rates on Town Property ...
Water Rates (including Private Water
Service)
Fees and Licences
Miscellaneous
Government (rant


Estimate
1959.


$
1,880

400
500
40
3,000


Approved Actual
Estimate Increase. Decrease. Revenue
1958. 1957.


1,880

400
600
40
2,590


$ c.


5,770 00 5,860 00 410' 00


$ c. $ .c.
1,820 00

376 12
... 465 67

... 2,500 00





5,199 96


Remarks.


Net Increase ... $ 410.00
Estimate of Expenditure of the Georgetown Town Board for the year 1959.

Estimate Approved ActualEx-
petails of Expenditure. 19i9 Estimate Increase. Decrease. penditure Remarks.
1958. 1957.


$ c. $ c. $ c. $ c. $ c.

1. Personal Emoluments .. 1,572 00 1,572 00 ... .. 1,808 00
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets, and other
Property .. 2,158 00 1,853 00 3D5 00 ... 1,769 96
3. Sanitation ... 1,880 00 1,775 00 105 00 ... 1,699 68
4. ents and Leases ......
5, Loan, Instalment and Interest
6. Miscellaneous ... 160 00 160 00 ... ... 150 47






5,77 00 6,360 00 410 *00 .. 4,828 11


Net Inoresae ... $ 410.00


OWEN LEWIS, Chairman,
Gerioeown Town Bioad.


(P. 16/1956).











Estimate of Revenue ot the Calliaqua Town Board tor the year 1959.

stim e Approved Actual
Details of Revenue. Esme Estimate Increase. Decrease. Revenue Remarks.
t9. 1958, 1957.


$ c. $ c. $ c. $ c. c.
1. Rates on Town Property .. 650 00 600 00 50 00 477 92
2. Water Rates (including Private Water
Service) .. 180 00 153 00 27 00 135 36
3. Fees and Licences .. 600 00 508 00 92 00 ... 548 15
4. Miscellaneous .. 100 00 100 00.. 55 07
5. Government Grant 2,830 00 2,430 00 400 00 .. 2,340 00


4,360 00 3,791 00 569 00 .. 3,556 50

Nett Increase $569,00

Estimate of Expenditure of the Calliaqua Town Board for the year 1959.


Details of Expenditure.



1. Personal Emoluments
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets, and
other Property
3. Sanitation
4. Rents and Leases
5. Loan, Instalments and Interest
6. Miscellaneous


Estimate
1959.

$ c.

1,260 00

1,200 00
1,290 00
64 00
50 00
506 00


Approved
Estimate Increase.
1958.

$ c. $ e.

1,145 00 115 00

1,200 00
940 00 350 00
54 00 ...
52 00
400 00 106 00


4,60 003,791 00 571 00


Decrease.


$ c.





2 00


Actual
Expendi-
ture
1957.
Sc.

1,044 00

1,001 56
438 24
18 00
55 20
313 64


2 00 2,870 64


Nett:Increase $569.00


Remarks.


G. P. DOUGAN, Chairman.
Callaqua Town Board.


(F. 16/1956).











Estimate of Revenue of the Layou Town Board for the year 1959.


Details of Revenue.


1. Rates on Tiwn Property

2. Water Rates, (including Private Water
Service)
3. Fees and Lioences
4. Miscellaneous
5. Government Geant


Estimate Approved Actual
i = Estimate Increase. Decrease. Revenue
1959. 1958. 1957


$ c. $ c. $ C.

960 00 950 00 10 00

335 00 3550 00 5 00

460 00 455 00 50 00
26 00 10 00 16 00
9,990 00 2,590 00 400 00


4,791 00 4,355 00 436 00


$ o. $ c.

454 77

299 32

401 06
6 84
... 2,00 00


S 3,661 98


Remarks.


Nett Inorease $436.00

Estimate of Expenditure of the Layou Town Board for the year 1959.


Details of Expenditure.


1. Personal Emoluments
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets and
property
3. Sanitation
4. Rents and. Leases
5. Loan Instalment and Interest
6. Miscellaneous


Estimate
1959.


$
984

1,700
1,850
25

252


Approved Actual
Estimate. Increase. Decrease. Expendi-
1958. ture
1957.

$ S $ 0o.

948 00 36 00 832 00

1,500 00 200 00 ... 1,446 53
1,650 00 200 00 ... 1,649 83
5 00

252 00 ... ... 237 51


4,791 00 4,355 00 436 0


NnWt(t I- - I


(F. 16/1956).


4,165 87


RALPH WALKER, Chairman,
Layou Town Board


Remarks


enerease po
W.446.T


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Estimate of Revenue of the Barrouallie Town Board for the year 1959.


Details of Revenue.


1. Rate on. Town Property

2. Water Rates (including Private Water
Service)
3. Fees and Licences
4. Miscellaneous
5. Government Grant


EBtimate
1959.


$ c.

718 00


57 00
700 00
60 00
2,890 00


4,425 00


Approved
Estimate Inorease.
1958.


$ c.

660 00


60 00
600 00
40 00
2,490 00


3,850 00


$ 0.

58 00


100 00
20 00
400 00


578 00


Decrease.



$ c..



3 00



3 00

3 00


Actual
Revenue.
1957.


$ c.

655 43


45 00
284 51
65 34
2,400 00


3,450 28


Remarks.


Nett Increase $ 575.00

Estimate of Expenditure of the Barrouallie Town Board for the year 1.959.


Details of Expenditure.


i. Personal Emoluments

2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets &
Property

3. Sanitation
4. Bents and Leases
5. Loan, Instalment and Interest
6. Miscellaneous


Estimate
1959.


$ c.
926 00

other
.. 2,000 00

..1,200 00

150 00
100 00



4,376 CO0


Approved
Estimate Increase.
1958.


$ e.
876 00


1,600

1,200

150


$ c.
50 00


3,826 00 550 00


Actual
Decrease. Expendi-
ture
1957.


$ e.


Nett IncreasH $550.00


(F. 16f1956).;


$ 0,
756 34


934 74

1,144 27


33 28



2,868 63


CONRAD FRANCIS, Chairman,
Barroullie Town Board.


---










Details of Revenue.


1. Rates on Town Property

2. Water Rates (including Private Water
Service)
3. Fees and Licences
4. Miscellaneous
5. Government Grant


Estimate Approved
1959. Estimate
1958.


$ c. $ c.
650 00 341 68


140 00 362 96
478 00 430 00
87 00 33 65
3.290 00 12,890 00



4,595 00 4,048 29


Increase.



$ c.
308 32


48 00
3 35
400 00




759 67


Actual
Decrease. Revenue Remar
1957


$ c. $ c.
601 98 Increase on rates.

212 96 199 36
443 80
8. 85
2,800 00



212 96 4,013 99


*ks.


Nett Increase $ 646.71

Estimate of Expenditure of the Chateaubelair Town Board for the year 1959.


Details of Expenditur





1. Personal Bmoluments

2. Upkeep to Buildings, Stree
Property

3. Sanitation
4. Rents and Leases
5. Loan Instalment and Inters
6. Miscellaneous


Estimate Approved /
re. 1959. Estimate Increase. Decrease.
19 1958


$ o. $ e. $ c. $ e.

... 1,106 00 1.058' 00 48 00

ts, & other
... 969 00 757 46 211 54

.. 1,937 17 1,'50 00 287 17 ...
72 00 72 00
est ... 160 83 160 83
... 350 00 350 00



4,595 00 4,048. 29 546 71

Nett Increase $ 546.71


(F. 16/1956).


Actual
Expendi- Remarks.
ture
1957.

$ c.

974 00 Additional workers.


Increase of labour wages.


4,359 64


8. E. SLATER, Chairman,
Chateaubelair Town Board.








Estimate of Revenue of the Bequia District Council for the year 1959.

Estimate Approved Actual
Details of Revenue. Est e Estimate Increase. Decrease. Revenue Remarks.
19. 1958. 1957.


$ c. $ c. $ o. $ c. $ c
1. Rates on Town Property .. 2,050 00 2,050 00 ... .. 1,243 08
2. Waters Rates includingg Private Water
Service) .. 000 30 00 .. ... 729
3. Pees and Licences .. 770 00 570 00 200 00 136 04 Market fees.
4. Misaellanebus .. 124 00 40 00 84 00 .. 142 68 Based on actual 1958.
5. Government Grant .. 13,000 00 8,600 00 4,400 00 .. 8,50V 00 Increase wages for scavengers.
Normal increments. Members out
--- -- -- ---- --- of pocket.
15,974 00 11.290 00 4,684 00 .. 10,029 04
Nett Increase $4,684.00

Estimate of Expenditure of the Bequia District Council for the year 1959.

:Estiatte Approved Actual
Deorils of Exqenditure. Esta Estimate Inorease. Decrease. Expendi- Remarks.
199u. lture
1958. 1957.

$ a. $ e. $ c. $ c. $ c.

1. Personal Emoluments .. ,20 00 2,028 00 172 00 ... 1,012 CO Increase of salaries.
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets and other
Property .. 4,762 00 4,762 00 .. .. 8,566 41
3. Sanitation ..1,500 00 1,500 00 ... .. 1,009 84
4. Rents and Leases ... ...
5. Loans, Instalment and Interest .. .. ..
6. Misellaneous ...I1,000 00 1,000 00 663 *-1
7. Market .. 380 00 2,000 00 .. 1,70 0 00
8. Library ..2,000 00 ... 2,000 00
9. Upkeep & Maintenance of Truck ... 212 00 .. 212 00 ...
10. Replacement nf Truck ...4,000 00 .. 4,000 00.

15,974 00 11,290 00 6,384 00 1,700 00 11,251 46

Nett Increase $4,684.00


SYDNEY V. McINTOSH, Chairman,
Bequia District Council.


(F. 16/1966).











Estimate of Revenue of the Marriaqua Village Council for the year 1959.

timat Approved Actual
Details of Revenue. E ma Estimate Increase. Decrease. Revenue Remarks.
1959. 1958. 1957.


$ o. $ c. 9 a. c. $
1. gees and Licences .. 220 00 210 00 10 00 801 89
2. Miscellaneous .. 4 00 0 00 20 00 5 48
3. Government Grant .. 1,200 00 950 00 250 00 800 00
4. ricome from Crops .. 700 00 100 00 600 00 200 00




2,160 00 1,280 00 880 00 1,3.07 37

Nett Increase 880.00



Estimate,of Expenditure of the Marriaqua Village Council for the year 1959.

Estimate Approved Actual Ex-
Details f Expenditure. 1 Estimate Increase. Decrease. penditure Remarks
S 1968. 1957.

S9 c. 9 c $ c. c. $ c.
1. Personal Emoluments .. 600 00 564 00 36 00 ... 370 00
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets and other
Property 680 00 400 00 280 00 ... 167 94
3. Ranitation .. 80 00 80 00 ... ... 18 80
4. Rents and Leases .. ... ... ... ...
6. Loan Instalment and Interest .. .
6. Miscellaneous .. 300 00 236 00 64 00 ... 56 75
7. Expenses on Crops .. 500 00 500 00

2,160 00 1,280 00 880 00 613 49


Nett Increase$880.00


L. C. LATHAM, Chairman.


(F. 16/1956).










Estimate of Revenue of the Troumaca Village Council for the year 1959.


stite Approved Actual
Details of Revenue. Es 1 Estimate Increase Decrease Revenne Remarks
1 1958 1957


S c e S c $ C $ c.
1. Rates on Town Property .. .. ... ...
2. Water Rates (including Private Water
Service.) .. ...... .....
3. Fees and Licence .. 12 00 12 00 .. ... 16 92
4. Miscellaneous ... ...... ...
5. Government Grant ...1,300 00 1,050 00 950 00 ... 900 00


1,312 00 1,062 00 250 00 ... 916 92

Nett Increase $250.0C

Estimate of Expenditure of the Troumaca Village Council for the year 1959.

Estimate Approved Actual Ex-
Details of Expenditure. 1Es e Estimate Inocease Decrease penditure Remarks
1958 1957.


C c $ c $ C $ $
1. Personal Emoluments .. 384 00 314 00 70 00 264 00
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets and other
Property ... 728 00 608 0Q. 120 00 .. 502 89
3. Sanitation .. ..
4. Rents and Leases ... 12000 6 00 60 00 .. 55 00
5. Loan Instalment and Interest .. ... ... ..
6. Miscellaneous ... 80 00 80 CO ... 79 72


1,312 00 1,063 00 250 00 .. 901 61


Nett Increase $250.00


(F. 16/1956).


MAUXFORD PROVIDENCE,
Chairman.




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