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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


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VOL. 93.] SAINT, VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 APRID, 2196. [N. .17.


.GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
No. 131.
APPOINTMENTS.
COTTON CLOSE SEASON, 196Q..

Under the provision of Section 8 (1) of the, Cotton.P 6 on e lnaace.
Cap 37, the undermentioned persons. have been appointed; jspe tors .:for the
purpose of the Close Season Regulations:-


LESTER COLLIN
J. H. CROZIER
J. A. DEFREITAS
J. A. DUBLIN
H. V. D. SHORTTE
L. C. THOMAS
JAMES CREESE
F. ASHTON
B. A. REDDOCK
E. PAUL
0. J. OLLIVIERRE
J. BABB
A. FINDLAY
H. MORRIS
J. JACKSON
E. G. LEWIS
W. A. HANNAWAY
C. ADAMs
M. MORRIS
C. MATTHEWS
K. JEFmREY
K. BONADIE
A. E. LAWRENCE
T. HARRY
M. PROVIDENCE
O. F. GouLD
RALPH LESIE
C. CHARLES
D. MCTAm
T. HUTCHINSON
L. BROWNE
12th April, 1960.
(B. 14/1951.)


Georgetown
Senior AgrieuRiltat Instructor
Agricultural Instrnuttr

Agricultural Amistant
Junior Agrienlt~n it instructor
Diamond
Junior Agricultwnrilbaptructor
Kingstown
Mesopotamia
Senior Agrieultural .Isitructor
Kingstown
Montrose
Questelles
Agricultural Instrnetor
Junior Agricultural Instructor
Layou
Barrouallie
Layou
Spring Village
Belmont
Petit Bordel
Troumaca

Bequia

Canouan
Union Island













94 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 APRIL, 1960.-(No. 17.)


No. 132.
His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the appoint-
ment of Miss CYNTHIA PRESCOD as a
Class I Clerk, Department of..Agricul-
ture, with effect from 11th April, 1960.
12th April, 1960.
(PIE. 459.)

No. 133.
AWARD OF ST. VINCENT ISLAND
SCHOLARSHIP, 1959.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that the award of the St. Vin-
cent Island Scholarship, 1959, has been
made tooi E1o 6 KEra af the St. Vin-
cent Griamar:School.
12th April, 1960.
(S.s&48.)

No. 134.
RESUMPTION;

Wiit refereg.e to Gazette Notice
Noi 440 ol Oth October; 1959, Mr. E. G.
HoMbw resumed duty on 1st April, 1960.
12th April, 1960.
(BF.41f.)

No. 139,
VACATION LEAVE.

MXat "'I-feissfcitB d sC aikiE, Distriet
Nuse, Medical Department, has been
grated 87 days' vacation leave with
effct from 16th April, 1960.
12th April, 1960.
(M. 7/Ias.)

No. 136.
Mr. CADwIC DHBIQUE, Assistant
D iaughtsmeat, Publie -Works Depart-
meni has he e gramted '2 days' vaca-
tiok leaovq with efifet front. 18th April,
196k
,12th April, 1960..
(P.E. 820.)

No. 137.
LEGISLATION.
The following Documents are pub-
lised with this issue of the Gazette:-
SR. & 0. No. 10.-The Price Control
(Sugar) Regulations, 1960.
(T.P. 79.)

S.U. & 0. No. 11.-The St. Vincent
Air Port Regulations, 1960.
12th April, 1960.


No. 138.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

The Report of the Principal Auditor,
Windward Islands, on the Accounts of
the Government Savings Bank, St. Vin-
cent for the year 1958 is published with
this issue of the Gazette.
12th April 1960.

No. '139.
Copies of Minutes of Meeting of
Legislative Council held on 3rd March,
1960, which may be seen at Government
Office, the Kingstown Library and at all
Revenue Offices are published with this
issue of the Gazette.
12th April, 1960.


No. 128.
BANK HOLIDAYS.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Friday the 15th April (Good Friday),
and Monday, 18th April (Easter Mon-
day), being Bank Holidays, all Public
Offices will be closed on those days.
5th April, 1960.

By Order,
E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
12th April, 1960.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

1960 POPULATION CENSUS.

The Preliminary Count of the 1960
Population Census taken on Thursday,
7th April, 1960, showed that there was
a total of 80,000 persons in St. Vincent
and the St. Vincent Grenadines. The
final count will be published as soon as
the Census Forms are finally checked.
The last Census was taken on the 9th
April, 1946. The population then was
61,647.

G. G. HUGGINS,
Census Officer.
Census Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
l1th April, 1960.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 APRIL, 1960.-(No. 17.) 95


ATTENDANCE OF DISTRICT REGISTRARS AT THEIR DISTRICTS
FOR PERFORMANCE OF DUTIES.

The undermentioned District Registrars shall attend for the performance
of their duties at their Districts every day, from the hour of eight thirty o'clock
in the forenoon to three o'clock in the afternoon, except on Sunday and any
Bank or Public Holiday:-


District Registry.
Kingstown
Calliaqua

Mesopotamia

Georgetown
Bridgetown/Biabou
Layou

Barrouallie
Chateaubelair

Colonarie

Sandy Bay
Lowmans Wd
Bequia
Union Island
Mustique
Canouan
Mayreau


Name of Officer.
The Deputy Registrar.
.The Non-Commissioned Officer-in-Charge
Calliaqua Police Station.
.The Non-Commissioned Officer-in-Charge
Mesopotamia Police Station.
.The Revenue Officer-in-Charge.
.The District Postmistress.
.The Non-Commissioned Officer-in-Charge
Layou Police Station.
.The Revenue Officer-in-Charge.
The Non-Commissioned Officer-in-Charge
Chateaubelair Police Station.
The Non-Commissioned Officer-in-Charge
Colonarie Police Station.
The Dispenser.
.The District Postmistress.
.The Revenue Officer-in-Charge.
.The District Officer.
The Head Teacher, Government School.
.Miss Dorothy deRoch6, Retreat.
The District Postmaster.


H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar General.


Registrar General's Department,
Kihg-itwn, S. Vincent.
4th April, 1960.


PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

WATER NOTICE.

The Public is hereby reminded that
within recent months there has been a
shortage of water which has been inten-
sified by drought.
2. All persons are therefore re-
quested to exercise the greatest caution
in the use of water so as to conserve the
present supply.
3. It has come to the notice of the


5. Any person found tethering ani-
mals to public stand-pipes or other fix-
tures, or doing such act or acts calcu-
lated to cause damage to the Distribu-
tion System shall be guilty of an offence
under this Ordinance.
6. At public stand-pipes, the prac-
tices of watering animals, washing
clothes, bathing and allowing the stand.
pipes to run after receptacles for col-
lection of water are full, are all offences
punishable under the Water Ordinance.
7. The use of garden hoses is prohi-
bited until further notice.


Public Works Department that persons 8. The public is requested to give
are using water from the Distribution their full co-operation to the Public
System for Commercial irrigation pur- Works Department in its efforts to
poses. This is a contravention of the minimize the waste of water during this
Water Ordinance and legal action will period of shortage.
be taken against offenders.
4. Any person who shall wilfully
cause or allow wastage of water from a R. G. SMITH,
public stand-pipe or from a private ser- Superintendent of Works.
vice shall be guilty of an offence under
this Ordinance. 26th March, 1960.





















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 APRIL, 1960.-(No. 17.)


NOTICE.

LIBERALISATION OF DOLLAR
IMPORTS.

With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 416 of 24th September, 1959, the
Control of imports from Dollar and
Organisation for European Economic
Co-operation Sources has been fully
abolished except for the items detailed
hereunder which remain subject to con-
trol from all sources:-
Sugar Eggs
Rice Chicken (alien)
Wheat and wheat Soap
products Firearms
Fats and Oils Drugs.
Meat
MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Controller of Supplies.
Kingstown.
18th March, 1960.


ST. VINCENT POLICE FORCE.

JOIN THE ST. VINCENT POLICE
FORCE.

WHAT HAS THE FORCE TO OnnERm

To suitable men of good physique,
education and unblemished character?
It offers a .career which will provide a
permanent occupation of variety and
interest.
You have an opportunity to travel to
Barbados for your training Course.
You take part in well organized
sports and games.


Qualifications for Appointment:
Age -19 to 30 years.
Height -At least 5' 8".
Chest -At least 34" (de-
flated).
Eye Sight -Good.
Teeth -Good.
Health -Good.
Educational -Must have attained
at least the Primary
School Leaving Cer-
tificate.
Applicants must be recommended by
at least two prominent and respectable
citizens.
Secondary education is an asset, also
previous service in any of Her Majesty's
Forces.
Salary commences at $806.40 per an-
num.
The following allowances are paid if
you qualify for them.
1. House.
2. Good Conduct.
3. Laundry
4. C.I.D.
If you are desirous of enlisting in the
St. Vincent Police Force, call in at
Police Headquarters Office EARLY for
an enlistment form and bring along
your birth certificate and two recom-
mendations.
Applications should reach the Office
of the Chief of Police not later than 9th
April, 1960.


A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.


29th March; 1960.


[Price 30 cents.]


1960.


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SAINT VINCENT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1960, No. 10.


PRICE CONTROL (SUGAR) REGULATIONS.


(Gazetted 12th April, 1960.)


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Price Control
(Sugar) Regulations, 1960.
2. Interpretation. In these Regulations-
"Area "A" means the town of Kingstown and the entire Windward
Coast to Mount Bentinek Estate and within one mile of the boun-
daries;
"Area "B" means beyond the limits of the areas described in
Area "A".
3. Maximum Prices of Sugar. From and after the coming into
force of these Regulations the prices set out in the Schedule to these Regulations
shall be the maximum selling prices at which the sugar described in the said
Schedule may be sold in the areas mentioned in the said Schedule.

4. Offences and Penalty. (1) Any person who sells or offers or at-
tempts or agrees to sell any sugar described in the Schedule to these Regulations
at a price higher than the maximum price permitted by these Regulations shall
be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not
exceeding one hundred dollars or on a second or subsequent conviction to a fine
not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars.
(2) For the purposes of this regulation a person shall be deemed to sell
or to offer or attempt or agree to sell as the case may be whether or not such
sale or such offer or attempt or agreement to sell be effected by him personally
or through an agent or employee.



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SCHEDULE.


Article.


SUGAR-Mt. Bentinck-
Dark Crystals-
Per 100 lb. lots of
1- 4 bags
.5- 50
51-100

Straw Crystals-
Per 100 lb. in lots of
1- 4 bags
5- 50
51-100


Maximum
Wholesale
Price.


$10.03
9.80
9.37



$11.89
11.62
11.10


Maximum Retail Price.


Area "A"



11 per lb.





130 per lb.


Area"B"



111/2 per lb.





131/28 per lb.


Made by the Administrator in Council under section 3 of the Supplies
(Control) Ordinance, 1954 (No. 10 of 1954) this 2nd day of March, 1960.

J. V. ALVES,
Clerk of Executive Council.


Approved by the Legislative Council this 7th day of April, 1960.


O. S. BARROW,
Clerk of Legislative Council.
(T.P. 79.)


[Price 8 cts.]


1960.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1960, No. 11.

ST. VINCENT AIRPORT REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 12th April, 1960.)

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the St. Vincent Air-
port Regulations, 1960.

2. Interpretation. In these Regulations, unless the context other-
wise requires-
"Airport means the St. Vincent Airport (sometimes known as the Arnos
Vale Airport) and includes all buildings, installations and roads thereon;
"Airport Manager" means the manager of the Airport appointed by the
Administrator to govern, supervise, control and protect the Airport and
includes any person acting in his place;
"restricted area" means any area at the Airport, designated by a notice
signed by the Airport Manager as a restricted area.
GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS.
3. Control. All persons on any part of the property comprising the
Airport shall be governed by the provisions prescribed in these Regulations and
by orders and instructions of the Airport Manager relative to the use or occupa-
tion of any part of the property comprising the Airport.

4. Restricted areas. No person shall enter any restricted area ex-
cept with the general or specific written permission of the Airport Manager and
subject to such conditions as may be prescribed.

5. Particular areas. No person shall enter or be upon the runway,
control tower, any hanger, the loading platform or the Customs area of the
Airport except-
(a) persons assigned to duty thereon;
(b) authorised representatives of the Government;
(c) persons authorised by the Airport Manager;
(d) passengers entering on the loading platform or the Customs area
for purposes of embarkation or debarkation; and
(e) persons authorised by the Collector of Customs.



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6. Carrying on of business. No person shall carry on any trade or
business at the Airport except with the approval of the Airport Manager and
under such terms and conditions as he may prescribe.

7. Soliciting. No person shall solicit for any purpose at the Airport
without the permission of the Airport Manager.

8. Passenger Vehicles. No person shall operate for hire any taxicab
or omnibus or other vehicle carrying passengers within the Airport without the
approval of the Airport Manager and upon such terms and conditions as he
may prescribe.

9. Advertisements. No person shall post, distribute, or display any
signs, advertisements, circulars, printed or written matter at the Airport except
with the approval of the Airport Manager and in such manner as he may
prescribe.

10. Commercial Photography. No person shall take still, motion,
or sound pictures for commercial purposes at the Airport without permission of
the Airport Manager and subject to any general or special regulations in force
controlling the taking of photographs in the Colony.

11. Use of Roads, and Paths. No person shall-
(a) travel on the Airport other than on the roads, paths, or places pro-
vided for the particular class of traffic;
(b) occupy the roads or paths in such a manner as to hinder or obstruct
their proper use;
(c) operate any type of vehicle for the disposal of garbage, ashes or other
waste materials without the approval of the Airport Manager.

12. Dogs. No person shall bring any dog or other animal into the
Airport:
Provided that this Regulation shall not apply in respect of a dog or animal
which has arrived by air or is intended for despatch by air and which is restrained
by leash or confined in such other manner as to be under control.

13. Disposal of lost articles. Any person finding a lost article
shall deposit it at the office of the Airport Manager.

MOTOR VEHICLE REGULATIONS.

14. General. No person shall operate any motor vehicle at the Airport
otherwise than in accordance with the Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic Regula-
tions in force in the Colony unless otherwise prescribed by the Airport Manager,
except in cases of emergency involving danger to life or property.











15. Motorized equipment. No person shall operate any motorized
equipment on the taxi tracks or loading platform of the terminal building or
the aircraft landing area, except-
(A) persons assigned to duty thereon;
(b) persons authorised by the Airport Manager.

16. Operation rules. (1) Pedestrians within pedestrian land mark-
ings shall have the right of way over vehicular traffic.
(2) No person shall operate a motor vehicle at the Airport contrary to the
directions of traffic signs.

17. Accidents reports. All persons involved in any accident at the
Airport and all witnesses thereto shall report without delay to the office of the
Airport Manager.

18. Parking. (1) No person shall park a motor vehicle on the Airport
other than in the manner prescribed by the Airport Manager.
(2) Taxi drivers and drivers of public service vehicles shall remain with
their vehicles at the prescribed parking place and shall not enter the terminal
building for the purpose of contracting business without the permission of the
Airport Manager.

19. Intoxication. No person under the influence of liquor or narco-
tic drugs shall operate a vehicle of any kind in the Airport.

20. Omnibuses. No carrier by motor omnibus for hire shall load or
unload passengers at the Airport at any place other than that designated by the
Airport Manager.

GENERAL RULES OF CONDUCT.
21. Disorderly conduct. No person shall commit any disorderly,
obscene or indecent act or cause any nuisance at the Airport.

22. Gambling. No person shall engage in gambling in any form or
operate gambling devices anywhere at the Airport.

23. Sanitation. No person shall-
(a) dispose of garbage, papers, or refuse or other material on the Airport
except in the receptacles provided for that purpose; _
(b) use a sanitary convenience other than in clean and. sanitary manner.

24. Preservation of property. (1) No person shall-
(a) destroy, injure, deface, or disturb in.any way any building, sign,
equipment, marker or other structure, tree, flower, lawn or other
public property at the Airport;











(b) trespass on lawns and planted areas at the Airport;
(c) abandon any personal property at the Airport.
(2) -No person shall, without the permission in writing of the Airport
Manager, in addition to any other approval that may be required-
(a) erect, alter, move, paint or distemper any buildings, sign, marker
or other structure at the Airport;
(b) lay any cable, wire or pipe, or dig on any part of the Airport..

25. Airport and equipment. No person shall interfere with, tam-
per with or injure any part of the Airport or any of the equipment thereof.

26. Firearms, Explosives and Inflammable Material.
(1) No persons except duly authorised members of the Armed Forces on official
duty shall carry firearms, explosives, or inflammable materials on the Airport
without the written permission of the Airport Manager.
(2) All persons other than the expected classes shall surrender all such objects
in their possession to the police on the Airport.
(3) The Government and the Airport Manager assume no responsibility for
any loss of or damage to any such objects so surrendered to the police.

27. Fire Hazards. A report in writing giving the circumstance of all
cases of fire occurring at the Airport is to be submitted to the Airport Manager
by the occupier of any premises where there has been fire, within twenty-four
hours of the occurrence.

28. Radio Operation. No person shall operate any radio equipment
in any aircraft when such aircraft is in a hanger nor contrary to any telecom-
munications regulations, orders, or other such legislation in force.
AIRCRAFT.
29. Parking of Aircraft. No person shall park aircraft in any area
on the Airport other than that prescribed by the Airport Manager or Control
Officer on duty and then only with-permission.

30. Interfering and tampering with Aircraft. No person
shall interfere or tamper with any aircraft or put in motion the engine of such
aircraft without the permission of the owner.

31. Running of Engines. No person shall start or run any engine
in any aircraft, unless a competent person is in the aircraft attending the engine
controls. Blocks equipped with ropes or other suitable means of pulling them
shall always be placed in front of the wheels before starting the engine or engines
unless the aircraft is provided with parking brakes and use is made of such
brakes.




















32. Repair of Aircraft. No aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, or
any other appliance thereof, shall be repaired in any area of the Airport other
than that specifically designated by the Airport Manager or Control Officer.

33. Penalties. (1) Any person who contravenes any of the provisions
of Regulations 5, 7, 8, 11, 18, 19 and 20 shall be guilty of an offence against these
Regulations and shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding
fifty dollars or imprisonment with or without hard labour for a term not exceed-
ing three months.
(2) Any person who contravenes the provisions of any regulation other than
those specified in subsection (1) of this Regulation or any order or instruction
issued by the Airport Manager shall be guilty of an offence against these Regula-
tions and shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding twenty-
five dollars or to imprisonment with or without hard labour for a term not
exceeding two months.


Made by the Administrator under Article 68 of the Colonial Air Navigation
Order, 1955.


Made this 1st day of April, 1960.

A. F. GILES,
Administrator.


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