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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


published b lluthorift.


VOL. 94.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 31 JANUARY, 1961. [No. 6.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 28.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.

It is notified for general information that there will be a Meeting of the
Legislative Council, at the Council Chamber, Kingstown, on Thursday, 2nd
February, 1961, at 10.00 a.m.
The Order of this meeting is published with this issue of the Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the General Public.
31st January, 1961.
(L.C. 1.)

No. 29.


The following list of
general information:-
Name

Alves, Joseph, M.B.E.
Archer, V. D., M.B.E.
Balfour, Ralph
Ballah, Esau
Bramble, James
Brereton, R. M.
Browne, C. F.
Browne, L. W.
Byam, C. J.
Charles, Clive
Connell, S. C., M.B.E.
Connell, Selwyn
Coombs, Henry A.
Cox, J. H. D.
Cumberbatch, S. A.
Daisley, H. E. A. (Jnr.)


APPOINTMENTS.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

Justices of the Peace for the Colony


Profession, Occupation or
Calling
Proprietor
Retired Civil Servant
Planter
Head Teacher
Peasant Proprietor
Retired School Teacher
Head Teacher
Retired Agricultural Officer
Proprietor
Agricultural Officer
Retired Civil Servant
Merchant
Merchant
Civil Servant
Proprietor
Head Teacher


is published for

Place of
Residence
Union Island
Kingstown
Canouan
Biabou
Biabou
Layou
Marriaqua
Union Island
Troumaca
Canouan
Kingstown
Barrouallie
Georgetown
Cane Garden
Calliaqua
Stubbs


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 31 JANUARY, 1961.-(No. 6.)


Name


Dennie, Alphonso
Dos Santos, Hon. A. B. C.
Davis, Hon. H. A., O.B.E.
Dougan, George
Dougan, John A.
Drayton, Alonzo D.
Dunn, Rev. J. R. A.
Dyer, George A.
Falby, W. A.
Francis, Conrad
Fraser, Edward P.
Hadley, Hon. W. A., C.B.E
Hazell, Claude
Hobson, Major F. M. C.,
M.B.E., E.D.
Jackson, Lawerence
James, Hubert Clifford
John, Errey B.
John, Launcelot O'Carol
Kirby, Dr. I. A. E.
Latham, Hon. Levi
Maingot, Everard L.
McIntosh, Cyril
McIntosh, Sydney V.
McMillan, Dr. K. J. E.
Minors, Rupert
Phillips, W. A.
Providence, Timothy
Prescod, C. W.
Punnett, Hon. Arnold
Morgan, C.B.E.
Punnett, Duncan
Punnett, Langley
Richards, J. E.
Sandy, G. M., M.B.E.
Saunders, T. M.
Slater, Hon. Samuel E.
Stay, Robert
Stephens, George
Stephens, P. S.
Tannis, Hon. C. L.
Theobalds, V. P.
Thomas, S. A.
Tucker, J.
Weekes, D. Elson
Woods, J. D.
Young, Hon. H. F.
Young, V. T.


Profession, Occupation or
Calling
Head Teacher
Planter
Merchant
Accountant
Proprietor
Proprietor
Minister of Religion
Peasant Proprietor
Proprietor
Teacher
Proprietor
Planter
Proprietor
Estate Manager

Estate Manager
Retired School Teacher
School Teacher
Overseer
Veterinary Officer
Proprietor
Proprietor
Planter
Proprietor
Medical Practitioner
Estate Manager
Planter
Proprietor
Retired Civil Servant
Planter

Planter
Planter
Merchant
Retired School Teacher
School Teacher

Proprietor
School Teacher
Merchant


Retired Civil Servant
Retired Iead Teacher
Merchant
Civil Servant
School Teacher
Proprietor
Civil Servant


Place of
Residence
Chateaubelair
Colonarie
Sion Hill
Calliaqua
Calliaqua
Mesopotamia
Georgetown
Spring Village
Stubbs
Barrouallie
Layou
Union Estate
Bequia
Georgetown

Owia
South Rivers
Kingstown
Georgetown
Campden Park
Mesopotamia
Mustique
Bequia
Bequia
Kingstown
Mesopotamia.
Brighton
Troumaca
Kingstown
Diamond Estate

Flembroke
Peniston
Georgetown
New Montrose
Murray Road
Kingstown Park
Georgetown
Colonarie
Georgetown
Bequia
Kingstown
Georgetown
Chateaubelair
Kingstown
Sandy Bay
Layou
Montrose


Every officer of the St. Vincent Police Force is, ex-officio, a Justice of the Peace
(Section 23 (3) of Ordinance No. 48 of 1947).
31st January, 1961.
(144).


No. 30.
APPOINTMENT ON TRANSFER.


No. 31.
BRAZILIAN CONSULAR REPRESEN-
TATION.


His Honour the Administrator has been
pleased to approve the appointment, on
transfer, of Mr. ARTHUR W. DALRYM- It is notified for general information
PLE, formerly Assistant Director of that Senhor FLAVIO MENDES de OLI-
Works, Dominica, to the post of Super- VEIRA CASTRO has been appointed as
intendent of Works, St. Vincent, with Consul of Brazil at Port of Spain
effect from 7th January, 1961. with jurisdiction in Trinidad, Tobago,
Bahamas, Jamaica, the Leeward and
Mr. Dalrymple arrived in St. Vincent Windward Islands, Barbados and British
on 20th January, 1961. Honduras.
31st January, 1961. The Exequatur empowering Senhor
(PF 1165.) Castro to act in his consular capacity


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 31 JANUARY, 1961.-(No. 6.) 29


received Her Mvajesty's signature on the please read 'Joseph Peters' in place of
15th December, 1960. 'Aidon Morris'.
31st January, 1961. 31st January, 1961.
(633) (SS 336.)

No. 32. No. 22.
WHITLEY COUNCIL. VACANT POST.

The undermentioned personnel have
been appointed to serve on the Whitley VACANT POST OF SUPERINTENDENT, LANDS
Council for the Civil Service of St. Vin- & SURVEYS DEPARTMENT, SAINT LUCIA.
cent for the year commencing 21st


January, 1961:-
OFFICIAL SIDE
THE HONOURABLE ATTORNEY GENERAL-
Chairman
THE HONOURABLE FINANCIAL SECRETARY
THE LABOUR COMMISSIONER
C. S. DAISY, EsQ.,-Secretary.
STAFF SIDE
Dr. I. E. KIRBY,
V. P. SMART, ESQ.,
S. E. McKIE, ESQ.,
S. E. JOSHUA, ESQ.
31st January, 1961.
(669.).

No. 33.
RESIGNATION.

MARRIAGE OFFICER.

Senior Captain MOREL C. ALLEN as a
Marriage Officer with effect from 31st
January, 1961.
31st January, 1961.
(180)

No. 34.
RETIREMENT.

His Honour the Administrator has ap-
proved the retirement from the Service
in the public interest of Mr. BERTRAM
P. HADLEY, Junior Clerk, Treasury De-
partment as from 31st December, 1960.
31st January, 1961.
(P.F. 493).

No. 35.
His Honour the Administrator has
approved the retirement from the Service
in the public interest of Mr. L. A.
PROVIDENCE, Executive Officer, Fairhall
(Approved) School, with effect from 1st
February, 1961.
31st January, 1961.
(P.F. 794).


Applications are invited for filling the
post of Superintendent, Lands and Sur-
vey Department, Saint Lucia.
2. The successful candidate will be re-
quired to administer the Lands & Survey
Department; fulfil the functions of Com-
missioner of Crown Lands; and perform
such other duties as may be provided for
by law, or as the Administrator may
from time to time direct.
3. Applicants should possess the
R.I.C.S. Diploma, or higher qualifications,
and have at least five years' practice as a
qualified Surveyor with experience of the
operation of a land office, cadastral sur-
veys, lay out of housing schemes, demar-
cation of Crown Lands, general engineer-
ing and topographic surveys, handling
of personnel.
4. The salary attached to the post is
in the scale $3,600 x 120 $4,560 per
annum, plus 20% pay addition.
5. The successful candidate will be re-
quired to maintain a motor car for the
performance of his duties for which a
transport allowance at an approved rate
will be payable.
6. Free passages will be provided for
the officer and his family on first
appointment and on long leave in accor-
dance with General Orders in force from
time to time.
7. Application, stating qualifications,
age and experience, accompanied by at
least two copies of testimonials, must be
submitted to the Chief Secretary, Gov-
ernment Office, St. Lucia, to reach him
not later than 15th February, 1961.
24th January, 1961.

No. 37.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The following Imperial Orders are
published with this issue of the Gazette:
The Federal Republic of Germany
(Extradition) Order, 1960.
The Israel (Extradition) Order, 1960.
31st January, 1961.


No. 36. No. 38.
CORRECTION. LEGISLATION.

With reference to Education Notice The undermentioned Bills are pub-
No. 497 appearing in the Government lished with this issue of the Gazette and
Gazette of Tuesday 20th December, 1960, may be seen at the Government Office,














0 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 31 JANUARY, 1961.-(No. 6.)


Kingstown Library, District Post Offices,
Police Stations and at all Revenue
Offices:-
Bill for an Ordinance to provide for
the punishment of Incest.
Bill for an Ordinance further to amend
the Summary Conviction Offences
Ordinance, Chapter 14,
Bill for an Ordinance to enable Kha-
lique Baksh to be registered as a
Medical Practitioner under the Medi-
cal Registration Ordinance, Cap. 113,
during such time as he may hold an
appointment in the Colony under the
Medical Officers Ordinance, 1956.
By Command,
E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
31st January, 1961.

DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

SPECIAL NOTICE.
The Federal Supreme Court will now
sit in St. Vincent on Tuesday, February
7th 1961, instead of Wednesday, February
8th 1961 as previously advertised.
H. M. SQUIRES,
Deputy Registrar,
Federal Supreme Court.
24th January, 1961.

SUPREME COURT NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that a sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands in its
CRIMINAL JURISDICTION will be held
at the Court House in Kingstown on
Wednesday, the 15th February, 1961 at
10.00 o'clock in the forenoon and con-
tinuing. All parties concerned, also such
persons as are bound over by recogniz-
ance to prosecute, answer charges, or
give evidence or summoned as Jurors or
witnesses are hereby commanded to give
their personal attention and attendance.
By Command,
H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar Supreme Court.
Registrar's Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
24th January, 1961.


of Income Tax Returns for assessment
in the year 1961 is the 31st March, and
that failure to give notice of charge-
ability is an offence against the Income
Tax Ordinance, rendering the person
concerned liable to a fine not exceeding
SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY
DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income
accruing in, derived from the Colony
or elsewhere and whether received in
the Colony or not for the preceding
year, exceeded the statutory limit of
$480.00 is required to submit a return
in the prescribed form notwithstanding
that on account of approved deductions
no tax may eventually be chargeable,
and particular attention is directed to
the fact that the term "income" is
deemed to include not only money but
also allowances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
forms to such persons. It is to be
clearly understood, however, that the
Income Tax Departilent is under no
obligation to send a return forin to any-
one and that a person is not exonerated
from the statutory liability of making
a return even though a form may not
have been received from the Depart-
ment. Forms may be obtained, on ap-
plication, at the Revenue Offices at
Georgetown, Barrouallie, Bequia and
Union Island, or in any other district
from the Police Station situate therein
or from the Income Tax Department,
Kingstown, where any person requiring
information in connection therewith is
invited to enquire.
4. The form correctly completed,
should be accompanied by all necessary
supporting statements. Specimens of
the forms of account required from
small traders and from occupiers or
cultivators of land will be supplied on
request.

A. J. DaSILVA,
Inland Revenue Officcr.
Inland Revenue Office,
Kingstown,
29th December, 1960.


NOTICE.

The attention of the Public is invited
to Section 12 of the St. Vincent Savings
Bank Rules made on 1st April, 1936 which
reads as follows:-


INCOME TAX "12. Every depositor shall once in each
INCOME TAX NOTICE. year, in the month of February, forward
iTs pass book to the Manager for exam-
TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. nation and comparison with the books
of the Office, and for the entry of any
Every person concerned, not being a interest due to the 31st December
Government Officer, is hereby reminded previous. If any depositor fails to send
that the latest date for the submission in his pass book as herein directed the

















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 31 JANUARY, 1961.-(No. 6.) 31


Colonial Treasurer may without further Educational -- Must have attained
formality forthwith direct that except at least the Pri-
the withdrawal of the whole amount mary S chl) o 1
no further transactions shall be allowed Leaving Certifi-
in respect of the account." cate.
Every depositor who has so far not Applicants must be recommended by
forwarded his pass book to the Treasury at least two prominent and respectable
is requested to do so as soon as possible. citizens.

MOULTON V. WILLIAMS, Secondary education is an asset, also
Accountant General. previous service in any of H.M. Forces.


21st Jan


uary, 1961.


ST. VINCENT POLICE FORCE.

JOIN THE ST. VINCENT POLICE FORCE.

What has the Force to offer?
To suitable men of good physique,
education and unblemished character?
It offers a career which will provide a


Salary commences at $806.40 p.a.
A Salaries Commission was recently
appointed to revise the Salaries of Civil
Servants, Police etc., and if the report
is accepted the commencing Salary for
a Constable will be $1,080.00 p.a.
The following allowances are paid if
you qualify for them.
1. House
2. Good Conduct
3. Laundry
4. C.I.D.


permanent occupation of variety and If you are desirous of enlisting in the
interest. St. Vincent Police Force, call in at Police
You have an opportunity to travel to Headquarters Office EARLY for an
Barbados for your training Course. enlistment form and bring along your
Birth Certificate and two Testimonials.
You take part in well organised sports Applications should rea(,h the Office
Applications should reach the Office
and games. of the Chief of Police not later than
Qualifications for Appointment-- 1ith February, 1961.


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S. A. ANDERSON.
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
17th January, 1961.


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

It is notified for general information that Warrant will be Issued, in
accordance with Cap. 194 Section 38 of the "Land and House Tax Ordinance"
for the recovery of all Taxes together with fines due thereon which after the
31st January still remain unpaid.

MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
7th January, 1961.


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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
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STATUTORY


INSTRUMENTS


Th :R o. 1.....

TFUGfiIVE CrT:.i:i. ri r

The r-e.!L'Pil Bepublic of .r:u.;ll.'iy (Extradition) Order, 1960


Made- -
Laid before Parliament
(. ..? into Operation


3rd August, 1960
9th August, 1960
1st Septembei, 1960


At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 3rd day of August, 1960

Present,
The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council


Whereas an Agreement(a) vwas concluded on the 23rd day of February, 1960,
between Her Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom and the Government
of the Federal RepulIc of Germarany for the Extradition of Fugitive Criminals
(hereinafter referred to as "the I ,l", the terms of which re set out in
the First Sched&le to this Order:
And Whereas Article I of the Agreement provides that Articles I to XIV of
the Treaty(b) between the United Kingdom and Germany for the Mutual Sur-
render of Fugitive Criminals signed at London on the 14th of May, 1872, shall be
reapplied, with amendments, as between the territories mentioned in Article II
of the Agreemnent; and Articles I to XIV of the said Treaty, as so amended, are
set out in the Second Schedule to this Order:
And Whereas the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany have not
e)iivered a declaration that the Agreement shall not apply to Land Berlin, in
accordance with Article II thereof:
And Whereas it has been agreed by an Ex:cri. r.,: of Notes on the 16th of July,
1960, the terms of which are set out in the Third Schedule to this Order, that the
Agreement shall con;e into force on the 1st of September, 1EO0:
Now, therefore, Her Majesty, by virtue and in exercise of the powers in this
behalf conferred on Her by the Extradition: Acts, 1870 to 1935, or otherwise in
Her Majesty vested, is pleased, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, to
order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:
1. The Extradition Acts, 1870 to 1935, shall apply in the case of the Federal
Republic of Cermany and Land Berlin (West Berlin) under and in accordance
with the Agreement.
2. The operation of tLis Order is limited to the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, and the
other territories i '. ,,,:. their dependencies) specified in the Fourth Schedule
to this Order.
S (a) Cmnd. 1002. (b) C. 564. (Printed in S.R. & 0. Rev. IX, p. 148).
S^t.c >W'.



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3. This Order may be cited as the Federal Republic of Germany (Extradi-
tion) Order, 1960. It shall come into operation on the 1st September, 1960.

W. G. Agnew.

FIRST SCHEDULE

ENGLISH TEXT

AGREEMENT OF THE 23RD OF FEBRUARY, 1960 BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED
KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY FOR THE EXTRADITION OF FUGITIVE CRIMINALS

The Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ire-
land and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany;

Desiring to reapply the Treaty between the United Kingdom and Germany
for the Mutual Surrender of Fugitive Criminals signed at London on May 14th,
1872;
Have agreed as follows:

ARTICLE I

Subject to the provisions of this Agreement, Articles I to XIV of the Treaty
between the United Kingdom and Germany for the Mutual Surrender of Fugi-
tive Criminals signed at London on May 14th, 1872 (hereinafter called "the Treaty
of 1872") shall be reapplied, as nearly as may be, as between the territories men-
tioned in Article II of this Agreement.

ARTICLE II

The territories to which the Treaty of 1872 shall apply are, on the one hand-
(a) The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Chan-
nel Islands and the Isle of Man;
(b) Southern Rhodesia, Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland, constituting the
Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland;
(c) All British Colonies (except Southern Rhodesia) for the international re-
lations of which the Government of the United Kingdom are responsible
(d) the following British protectorates, that is to say, Bechuanaland Protec-
torate, British Solomon Islands Protectorate, Gambia Protectorate, Kenya
Protectorate, Nigeria Protectorate, Sierra Leone Protectorate, Somaliland
Protectorate, Swaziland, Uganda Protectorate and Zanzibar Protectorate;
(e) the following British protected States, that is to say, Brunei and Tonga;
(f) the following territories administered by the Government of the United
Kingdom under the trusteeship system of the United Nations, that is to
say, Cameroons under United Kingdom trusteeship and Tanganyika:
and
(g) any other territory for the international relations of which the Govern-
ment of the United Kingdom are responsible and to which the application









of the Treaty of 1872 may be extended by common agreement between the
Contracting Parties embodied in an Exchange of Notes;
.and, on the other hand-
the Federal Republic of Germany.

It shall also apply to Land Berlin, provided that the Government of the Fed-
eral Republic of Germany has not delivered a contrary declaration to the Gov-
ernment of the United Kingdom within three months from the date of signature
of this Agreement.

References in the Treaty of 1872 to the territ:rios of the High Contracting
Parties shall be understood in this sense.

ARTICLE III

For Article II of the Treaty of 1872 the following Article shall be substituted:
"Extradition shall be reciprocally granted for the following crimes,
provided that the crime charged constitutes an extradition crime accord-
ing to the laws of the territory from which and to which extradition is
desired:-
1. Murder or attempt or conspiracy to murder.
2. Manslaughter.
3. Administering drugs or using instruments with intent to procure the
miscarriage of women.
4. Maliciously wounding or inflicting previous bodily harm, or assault
occasioning actual bodily harm.
5. Bigamy.
6. Indecent assault.
7. Unlawful sexual intercourse, or any attempt to have unlawful sexual
intercourse, with a girl under sixteen years of age.
8. Rape.
9. Procuration.
10. Kidnapping or false imprisonment.
11. Abduction.
12. Stealing, abandoning, exposing or unlawfully detaining a child.
13. Burglary, housebreaking, larceny or embezzlement.
14. Robbery with violence.
15. Threats, by letter or otherwise, with intent to extort iion.iy or cthzr
things of value.
16. Receiving any money, valuable security or other property, knowing
the same to have been stolen or unlawfully obtained..
17. Fraud by a bailee, banker, agent, factor or trustee, or by a director,
member or public officer of any company; fraudulent conversion; or
obtaining money, valuable security or goods by false pretences.
18. Forgery, or uttering what is forged.
19. (a) Counterfeiting or altering money, or bringing into circulation
counterfeited or altered money.
(b) Knowingly and without lawful authority making or having in
possession any instrument for the counterfeiting of rnoney.
(c) Attempts to commit any crime mentioned in (a) or (b) above.
20. Perjury or subornation of perjury.









21. Malicious damage to property.
22. Arson.
23. Any malicious act done with intent to endanger the safety of any per-
sons travelling or being upon a railway.
24. Crimes against bankruptcy law.
25. Crimes or attempted crimes in connection with the traffic in danger-
ous drugs.
26. Piracy and other crimes committed on the high seas against persons
or things.
27. Dealing in slaves.

Extradition is also to be granted for participation in any of the aforesaid
crimes, provided that the participation is punishable by the laws of the territory
from which and to which extradition is desired.

Extradition may be refused if under the law of the requesting Party the per-
son sought is liable to the death penalty for the crime on which the request for
his extradition is based but the law of the requested Party does not provide for
the death penalty in a similar case.

ARTICLE IV

For Article III of the Treaty of 1872 the following Article shall be substituted:
"No German shall be delivered up by the Government of the Federal Re-
public of Germany to the Governnment of the United Kingdom; and no British
subject, British protected person or citizen of the Irish republic shall be deliver-
ed up by the Government of the United Kingdom to the Government of the
Federal Republic of Germany.

Neither Party shall be required by this Treaty to deliver up a fugitive crimi-
nal who is a member of the armed forces of a third state stationed in the territory
of that Party. The same shall apply to a civilian accompanying and serving
with those armed forces and to the dependants of any such member or civilian."


ARTICLE V

The following provisions shall be added at the end of the first paragraph of
Article VIII of the Treaty of 1872:
"However, in the case of a fugitive criminal whose surrender is sought by
the Governnment of the Federal Republic of Germany and who is found in a
territory other than the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands and the Isle
of Man, the requisition may be made direct to the Governor cr chief authority
of that territory and may be made either by a diplomatic or by a consular
officer of the Federal Republic of Germany. If the requisition is made to
the Governor or chief authority of a territory as aforesaid, it shall be dealt
with by the competent authorities of the territory; provided, nevertheless,
that if an order for the committal of a fugitive criminal to prison to await
surrender shallbe made by a magistrate, the said Governor or chief authority
may, instead of issuing a warrant for the surrender of the fugitive, refer the
matter to the Government of the United Kingdom."









ARTICLE VI

This Agreement shall not apply to extradition crimes committed earlier than
January 1st, 1953.

ARTICLE VII

The date on which this Agreement shall come into force shall be agreed
upon by an Exchange of Notes. Either Contracting Party may at any time ter-
minate the Agreement by giving six months' notice in writing to the other Party.

In witness whereof the undersigned Plenipotentiaries have signed the
present Agreement.
Dsne in duplicate at Bonn this 23rd day of February, 1960, in the English
and German languages, both texts being equally authoritative.
For the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and North-
ern Ireland.

CHRISTOPHER STEEL.

For the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany.

ALBERT HILGER VAN SCHERPENBERG.
JOSEF SCHAFHEUTLE.

SECOND SCHEDULE

ARTICLES I 1T XIV OF THE TREATY OF THE 14TH MAY, 1872, BETWEEN THE UNITED
KINDO:nM AND GFRMANY FOR THE MUTUAL SURRENDER OF FUGITIVE CRIMINALS AS
AMENDLD BY THE AGREEMENT OF THE 23RD OF FEBRUARY, 1960.


ARTICLE I

The High contracting Parties engage to deliver up to each other those per-
sons who, being accused or convicted of a crime committed, in the territory of
the one Party, shall be found within the territory of the other Party, under the
circumstances and conditions stated in the present Treaty.

ARTICLE II

Extradition shall be reciprocally granted for the following crimes, provided
that the crime charged constitutes an extradition crime according to the laws
cf the territory from which and to which extradition is desired:-
1. Murder or attempt or conspiracy to murder.
2. Manslaughter.
3. Administering drugs or using instruments with intent to procure the
miscarriage of women.
4. Maliciously wounding or inflicting previous bodily harm, or assault
occasioning actual bodily harm.
5. Bigamy.









6. Indecent assault.
7. Unlawful sexual intercourse, or any attempt to have unlawful sexual
intercourse, with a girl under sixteen years of age.
8. Rape.
9. Procuration.
10. Kidnapping or false imprisonment.
11. Abduction.
12. Stealing, abandoning, exposing or unlawfully detaining a child.
13. Burglary, housebreaking, larceny or embezzlement.
14. Robbery with violence.
15. Threats, by letter or otherwise, with intent to extort money or other things
of value.
16. Receiving any money, valuable security or other property, knowing the
same to have been stolen or unlawfully obtained.
17. Fraud by a bailee, banker, agent, factor or trustee, or by a director, mem-
ber or public officer of any company; fraudulent conversion or obtaining
money, valuable security or goods by false pretences.
18. Forgery, or uttering what is forged.
19. (a) Counterfeiting or altering money or bringing into circulation counter-
feited or altered money.
(b) Knowingly and without lawful authority making or having in posses-
sion any instrument for the counterfeiting of money.
(c) Attempts to commit any crime mentioned in (a) or (b) above.
20. Perjury or subornation of perjury.
21. Malicious damage to property.
22. Arson.
23. Any malicious act done with intent to endanger the safety of any persons
travelling or being upon a railway.
24. Crimes against bankruptcy law.
25. Crimes or attempted crimes in connection with the traffic in dangerous
drugs.
26. Piracy and other crimes committed on the high seas against persons or
things.
27. Dealing in slaves.
Extradition is also to be granted for participation in any of the aforesaid
crimes, provided that the participation is punishable by the laws of the territory
from which and to which extradition is desired.
Extradition may be refused if under the law of the requesting Party the per-
son sought is liable to the death penalty for the crime on which the request for
his extradition is based but the law of the requested. Party does not provide for
the death penalty in a similar case.

ARTICLE III
No German shall be delivered up by the Government of the Federal Republic
of Germany to the Government of the United Kingdom; and no British subject,
British protected person or citizen of the Irish Republic shall be delivered up by
the Government of the United Kingdom to the Government of the Federal Re-
public of Germany.
Neither Party shall be required by this Treaty to deliver up a fugitive crimi-
nal who is a member of the armed forces of a third state stationed in the territory
of that Party. The same shall apply to a civilian accompanying and serving
with those armed forces and to the dependants of any such member or civilian.









ARTICLE IV

The extradition shall not take place if the person claimed on the part of the
Government of the Federal Republic of Germany has already been tried and
discharged or punished, or is still under trial, in the Federal Republic of Ger-
many or Land Berlin, or in the United Kingdom, respectively, for the crime for
which his extradition is demanded.
If the person claimed on the part of the Government of the United Kingdom,
or if the person claimed on the part of the Government of the Federal Republic
of Germany should be under examination for any other crime in, the Federal
Republic of Germany or Land Berlin, or in the United Kingdom respectively, his
extradition shall be deferred until the conclusion of the trial, and the full execu-
tion of any punishment awarded to him.

ARTICLE V
The extradition shall not take place if, subsequently to the commission of
the crime, or the institution of the penal prosecution, or the conviction thereon,
exemption from prosecution or punishment has been acquired by lapse of time,
according to the laws of the State applied to.

ARTICLE VI
A fugitive criminal shall not be surrendered if the offence in respect of which
his surrender is demanded is one of a political character, or if he prove, that the
requisition for his surrender has in fact been made with a view to try or punish
him for an offence of a political character.

ARTICLE VII
A person surrendered can in no case be kept in prison, or be brought to trial
in the State to which the surrender has been made, for any other crime or on
account of any other matters than -those for which the extradition shall have
taken place.
This stipulation does not apply to crimes committed after the extradition.

ARTICLE VIII
The requisition for extradition shall be made through the Diplomatic Agents
of the High Contracting Parties, respectively.
However, in the case of a fugitive criminal whose surrender is sought by the
Government of the Federal RepubliC of Germany and who is found in a terri-
tory other than the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man,
the requisition may be made direct to the Governor or chief authority of that
territory and may be made either by a diplomatic or by a consular officer of the
Federal Republic of Germany. If the requisition is made to the Governor or
chief authority of a territory as aforesaid, it shall be dealt with by the competent
authorities of the territory; provided, nevertheless, that if an order for the com-
mittal of the fugitive criminal to prison to await surrender shall be made by a
magistrate, the said Governor or chief authority may, instead of issuing a warrant
for the surrender of the fugitive, refer the matter to the Government of the
United Kingdom.









The requisition for the extradition of an accused person must be accom-
panied by a warrant of arrest issued by the competent authority of the State
requiring the extradition, and by such evidence as, according to the laws of the
place where the accused is found, would justify his arrest if the crime bad been
committed there.
If the requisition relates to a person already convicted, it must be accom-
panied by the sentence of condemnation passed against the convicted person by
the competent Court of the State that makes the requisition for extradition.
A requisition for extradition cannot be founded on sentences passed in contu-
maciam.

ARTICLE IX

If the requisition for extradition be in accordance with the foregoing stipula-
tions, the competent authorities of the State applied to shall proceed to the arrest
of the fugitive.
The prisoner is then to be brought before a competent Magistrate, who is to
examine him and to conduct the preliminary investigation of the case,, just as
if the apprehension had taken place for a crime committed in the same country.

ARTICLE X
The extradition shall not take place before the expiration of fifteen days Irom
the apprehension, and then only if the evidence be found sufficient according
to the laws of the State applied to, either to justify the committal of the prison-
er for trial, in case the crime had been committed in the territory of the said
State, or to prove that the prisoner is the identical person convicted by the
Courts of the State which makes the requisition.

ARTICLE XI

In the examinations which they have to make in accordance with the fore-
going stipulations, the authorities of the State applied to shall admit as entirely
valid evidence the sworn depositions or statements of witnesses taken in the
other State, or copies thereof, and likewise the warrants and sentences issued.
therein, provided such documents are signed or certified by a Judge, Magistrate,
or Officer of such State, and are authenticated by the oath of some witness, or
by being sealed with the official seal of the Minister of Justice, or some other
Minister of State.

ARTICLE XII
If sufficient evidence for the extradition be not produced within two months
from the date of the apprehension of the fugitive, he shall be set at liberty.

ARTICLE XIII

All articles seized, which were in the possession of the person to be surren-
dered at the time of his apprehension, shall, if the competent authority of the
State applied to for the extradition has ordered the delivery thereof, be given
up when the extradition takes place; and the said delivery shall extend not merely
to the stolen articles, but to everything that may serve as proof of the crime.










ARTICLE XIV

The High Contracting Parties renounce any claim for the reimbursement or
the expenses incurred by them in the arrest and maintenance of the person to
be surrendered, and his conveyance till placed on board ship; they reciprocally
agree to bear such expenses themselves.

THIRD SCHEDULE

EXCHANGE OF NOTES OF THE 16TH OF JULY, 1960, PROVIDING FOR THE ENTRY INTO FORCE
OF THE EXTRADITION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE UNITED KINGDOM AND THE FEDERAL
REPUBLIC OF GERMANY.

July, 16th 1960

Your Excellency,
Acting upon instructions from Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for
Foreigng Affairs, I have the honour to propose that the Agreement between the
Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and
the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany for the Extradition of Fugi-
tive Criminals, signed at Bonn on the 23rd day of February, 1960, shall enter into
force on the 1st of September, 1960.
If the foregoing proposal is acceptable to the Government of the Federal
Republic of Germany, I have the honour to suggest that this Note together with
Your Excellency's reply in that sense should constitute the Exchange of Notes
provided for in Article VII of the said Agreement.

I have the honour to be,
With the highest consideration,
Your Excellency's obedient Servant,
CHRISTOPHER STEEL.

FOURTH SCHEDULE

OVERSEAS TERRITORIES TO WHICH THE ORDER EXTENDS

The Colony of Arden.
Antigua.
Bahamas.
Barbados.
Basutoland.
Bermuda.
British Guiana.
British Honduras.
The Cayman Islands.
Dominica.
The Falkland Islands.
Fiji.
The Colony of the Gambia.
Gibraltar.
The Gilbert and Ellice Islands.
















Grenada.
Hong Kong.
Jamaica.
The Colony of Kenya.
Malta.
Mauritius.
Montserrat.
The Colony of Nigeria.
North Borneo.
Pitcairn.
St. Christopher, Nevis and Anguilla.
St. Helena.
St. Lucia.
St. .Vincent.
Sarawak.
Seychelles.
The Colony of Sierra Leone.
The State of Singapore.
Southern Rhodesia.
The Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri
Trinidad and Tobago.
The Turks and Caicos Islands.
The Virgin Islands.


and Dhekelia.


EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This Note is not part of the Order, but is intended to indicate
its general purport.)

This Order applies the Extradition Acts, 1870 to 1935, in the case of Federal
Republic of Germany and Land Berlin (West Berlin) in accordance with the
Agreement between Her Majesty's Government and the Government of the
Federal Republic of Germany concluded on the 23rd of February, 1960.

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


[ Price 40 cts. 1


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STAT U TO RY INSTRUMENTS

1960 No. 1660

FUGITIVE CRIMINAL

The Israel (Extradition) Order, 1960
Made 12th September, 1960
Laid before Parliament 16th September, 1960
Coming into Operation 26th October, 1960

At the Court at Balmoral, the 12th day of September, 1960

Present,

The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council
Whereas an Agreement was concluded on the 4th April, 1960, between Her
Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom and the Government of the State
of Israel for the reciprocal extradition of criminals, the terms of which are set
out in the First Schedule to this Order:
And Whereas the said Agreement was ratified on the 26th of July, 1960:
Now, therefore, Her Majesty, by virtue and in exercise of the powers in this
behalf conferred on Her by section two of the Extradition Act, 1870(a), or
otherwise in Her Majesty vested, is pleased, by and with the advice of Her Privy
Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:
1. The Extradition Acts, 1870 to 1.935, shall apply in the case of the State of
Israel under and in accordance with the said agreement.
2. The operation of this Order is limited to the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, and the
other territories (including their dependencies) specified in the Second Schedule
to this Order.
3. This Order may be cited as the Israel (Extradition) Order, 1960. It
should come into operation on the 26th October, 1960.

W. G. Agnew.
FIRST SCHEDULE

ENGLISH TEXT OF AGREEMENT OF APRIL 4, 1960 BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF THE
UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND AND THE GOVERNMENT
OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON EXTRADITION.
The Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ire.
land and the Government of the State of Israel;

(a) 33 & 34 Vict. ch. 52.

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Desiring to make provision for the reciprocal extradition of criminals;
Have agreed as follows:-

ARTICE 1
The contracting Parties agree to extradite to each other, in the circum-
stances stated in the present Agreement, those persons who, being accused or
convicted of any of the offences enumerated in Article 3 and committed within
the territory of the one Party, or on the high seas on board a vessel registered in
the territory of that Party, shall be found within the territory of the other Party.

ARTICLE 2

In relation to the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Northern Ireland, the territories to which the present Agreement shall apply
are-
(a) the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, (herein-
after referred to as "the United Kingdom"), the Channel Islands and
the Isle of Man;
(b) Southern Rhodesia, Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland constituting the
Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland;
(c) the State of Singapore.;
(d) all Colonies (except Southern Rhodesia) for the international relations
of which the Government of the United Kingdom are responsible;
(e) The following British Protectorates, that is to say, Bechuanaland Pro-
tectorate, British Solomon Islands Protectorate, Gambia Protectorate,
Kenya Protectorate, Nigeria Protectorate, Sierra Leone Protectorate,
Somaliland Protectorate, Swaziland, Uganda Protectorate and Zanzi-
bar Protectorate;
(f) The following British-protected States, that is to say, Brunei and
Tonga;
(g) the following territories administered by the Government of the United
Kingdom under the trusteeship system of the United Nations, that is
to say, Cameroons under United Kingdom trusteeship and Tanganyika
and
(h) any other territory for the international relations of which the Gov-
ernment of the United Kingdom are responsible and to which the
Application of the present Agreement may be extended by common
agreement between the Contracting Parties embodied in an Exchange
of Notes.

ARTICLE 3

Extradition shall be reciprocally granted for the following offences:-
1. Murder or attempt or conspiracy to murder.
2. Manslaughter.
3. Administering drugs or using instruments with intent to procure the mis-
carriage of women.










4. Rape.
5. Unlawful sexual intercourse, or any attempt to have unlawful sexual inter-
course, with a girl under sixteen years of age.
6. Indecent assault.
7. Kidnapping, abduction, or false imprisonment.
8. Stealing, abandoning, exposing or unlawfully detaining a child.
9. Procuration.
10. Maliciously wounding or inflicting previous bodily harm.
11. Assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
12. Threats with intent to extort money or other things of value.
13. Perjury or subornation of perjury.
14. Bribery.
15. Arson.
16. Burglary or housebreaking, robbery or robbery with violence, larceny or
embezzlement.
17. Fraud by a bailee, banker, agent, factor or trustee, or by a director,
member or public officer of any company, or fraudulent conversion.
18. Obtaining money, valuable security or goods by false pretences; receiving any
money, valuable security or other property, knowing the same to have been
stolen or unlawfully obtained.
19. (a) Counterfeiting or altering money, or uttering counterfeited or altered
money, or attempting to commit any of these offences;
(b) Knowingly and without lawful authority making or having in possess-
ion any instrument, tool or engine adapted and intended for the counter-
feiting of.coin.
20. Forgery, or uttering what is forged; or attempting to forge banknotes or to
utter forged banknotes.
21. Any malicious act done with intent to endanger the safety of any persons
travelling upon a railway.
22. Offences against bankruptcy law.
23. Offences, or attempted offences, in connectoin with the traffic in danger-
ous drugs.
24. Malicious damage to property.
25. Piracy by the law of nations.
26. Sinking or destroying a vessel at sea, or attempting or conspiring to do so.
27. Assaults on board a ship on the high seas with intent to destroy life or to
do previous bodily harm.
28. Revolt or conspiracy to revolt by two or more persons on board a ship on
the high seas against the authority of the master.
29. Dealing in slaves.

A person accused or convicted of any of the offences numbered 22 to 29 shall
not be extradited therefore unless he is or was liable on conviction to a term of
imprisonment exceeding three years.









Extradition is also to be granted for participation in any of the aforesaid
offences, provided that the participation is punishable by the laws of both
Parties.
Extradition may also be granted at the discretion of the requested Party
in respect of any other offences for which it can be granted according to the
laws of both Parties.

Extradition may be refused if, under the law of the requesting Party, the
person claimed is liable to the death penalty for the offence on which the re-
quest for his extradition is based but the law of the requested Party does not
provide for the death penalty in a similar case.

ARTICLE 4

Extradition shall not take place if the person claimed has been already tried
and acquitted or found guilty or is still under trial, in the territory of the re-
quested Party, for the offence for which his extradition is requested.

If the person claimed is under trial or under punishment in the territory of
the requested Party for any other offence, his extradition shall be deferred until
the conclusion cf the trial and the full execution' of any punishment awarded
to him.

Extradition shall not take place if the person claimed has already been tried
arid acquitted, or undergone his punishment, in a third State for the offence for
which his extradition is requested.

ARTICLE 5

Extradition shall not take place if, subsequently to the commission of the
offence or the institution of the prosecution or the conviction thereon, exemption
from prosecution or punishment has been acquired by lapse of time, according
to the laws of, the territory from which or to which extradition is desired, or if
the authorities of the latter territory have granted the person claimed a pardon
or remitted the remainder of his punishment for the offence.

ARTICLE 6

A person claimed shall not be extradited if the offence in respect of which his
extradition is requested is one of a political character, or if he proves that the
request for his extradition has, in fact, been made with a view to try or punish
him for an offence of a political character.

ARTICLE 7

A person extradited can in no case be kept in custody, or be brought to trial,
in the territory of the requesting Party for any other offence, or on account of any
other matters, than those for which the extradition shall have taken place, nor
shall he be extradited by that Party to a third State, until he has been restored,
or until the expiration of sixty days after he has had an opportunity of returning,
to the territory of the requested Party.









This stipulation does not apply to offences committed or other matters aris-
ing after the extradition.

ARTICLE 8

Subject to the provisions of Article 17, the request for extradition shall be
made through the diplomatic channel.
The request shall be accompanied by a description of the person claimed, a
statement and particulars of the offence for which his extradition is requested,
the text of the enactment, if any, creating the offence, and a statement of the
punishment which can be imposed therefore.
If the request relates to a person accused, it must also be accompanied by a
warrant of arrest issued by a judge, magistrate or other competent authority of
the requesting Party and by such evidence os, according to the laws of the terri-
tory where the accused is found, would justify his arrest if the offence had been
committed there.
If the request relates to a person already convicted, it must be accompanied
by the judgment of conviction and sentence passed against him in the territory
of tlhe requesting: Party and by a statement showing how much of the punish-
ment has not yet been carried out.

ARTICLE 9

On receipt of a request for extradition in accordance with the provisions of
this Agreement the requested Party shall take the necessary steps to secure the
arrest of the person claimed.

ARTICLE 10

In case of urgency a Contracting Party may apply for the provisional arrest
of the person claimed, pending the presentation of the request for extradition
through the diplomatic channel. The application shall contain an indication
of intention to request the extradition of the person claimed and: a statement of
the existence of a warrant of arrest or a judgment of conviction against that
person, and such further information, if any, as would be necessary to justify the
issue of a warrant of arrest had the offence been committed, or the person
claimed been convicted, in the territory of the requested Party.
On receipt of such an application the requested Party shall take the neces-
sary steps to secure the arrest of the person claimed.
A person arrested upon such an application shall be set at liberty upon the
expiration of sixty days from the date of his arrest if a request for his extradi-
tion shall not have been received. However, this stipulation shall not prevent the
institution of proceedings with a view to extraditing the person claimed if the
request is subsequently received.

ARTICLE 11

Extradition shall take place only if the evidence be found sufficient, accord-
ing to the laws of the territory from which extradition is desired, either to justify









the committal of the person claimed for trial, if the offence of which he is ac-
cused had" been committed in that territory, or to prove he is the identical
person convicted by the courts of the requesting Party.
If the requested Party considers that the evidence produced or information
supplied is not sufficient in order to enable a decision to be taken as to the request,
additional evidence or information shall be submitted within such time as that
Party shall require.

ARTICLE 12
In the examinations which they have to make in accordance with the fore-
going stipulations, the authorities of the requested Party shall admit a:; valid
evidence the sworn depositions or the affirmations of witnesses taken in the terri-
tory of the requesting Party, or copies thereof, and likewise the warrants, judg-
ments of conviction and sentences issued, given or passed therein, or copies there-
of, and certificates of, or judicial documents stating the fact of, a judgment of
conviction or sentence, provided that the same are authenticated as follows:-
1. A warrant, or copy thereof, must purport to be signed by a judge, magis-
trate or other competent authority of the requesting Party, or purport
to be certified under the hand of such a judge, magistrate or authority
as aforesaid to be a true copy thereof, as the case may require.
2. Depositions or affirmations, or the copies thereof, must purport to be certi-
fied under the hand of a judge, magistrate or other competent author-
ity of the requesting Party to be the original depositions or affirmations,
or to be true copies thereof, as the case may require.
3. A judgment of conviction or sentence must purport to be given or passed
by a judge or magistrate of the requesting Party; and a copy or certificate
of, or judicail document stating the fact of, a judgment of conviction or
sentence must purport to be certified by a judge, magistrate or other
competent authority of that Party to be a true copy of the document in
question or purport to be signed by such a judge, magistrate or authority
as aforesaid, as the case may require.
In every case the warrant, deposition, affirmation, copy, certificate or
judicial document must be authenticated, either by the oath of some witness,
or by being sealed with the official seal of the Minister of Justice or some other
Minister of the requesting Party, or by any other mode of authentication for the
time being permitted by the law of the territory from which extradition is desired.

ARTICLE 13
If the person claimed by one of the Contracting Parties in pursuance of the
present Agreement should also be claimed by another State or States, his extra-
dition shall be granted to the State whose claim is earliest in date, unless that
claims is waived.

ARTICLE 14
A person claimed shall not be extradited until the expiration of fifteen days,
in the case of a person to be extradited by the Government of the United King-
dom, or thirty days, in the case of a person to be extradited by the Government
of the State of Israel, from the date on which he has been held. judicially to be









liable to extradition or, if an appeal has been lodged or proceedings for a writ of
nabeas corpus brought, until after the final decision of the competent court has
been given.
If extradition is granted, the person claimed shall be sent by the authorities
of the requested Party to the frontier or port of embarkation in the territory of
that Party which the diplomatic or consular agent of the requesting Party shall
indicate.
If a warrant or order for the extradition of a person claimed has been issued
by the competent authority and he is not removed from the territory from which
his extradition is desired within such time as may be prescribed by the law of that
territory, he may be set at liberty.

ARTICLE 15

In so far as may be permitted by the law of the territory of the requested
Party, the following articles shall be handed over to the authorities of the other
Party, if that Party so requests:-
1. All articles which may serve as proof of the offence.
2. All other articles which were in the possession of the person to be ex-
tradited and were .taken from him at the time of his arrest unless they
appear to the requested Party to belong to persons in the territory of that
Party.
Aiticies handed over in accordance with this Article shall on request be re-
turned to the requested Party free of charge after the trial.
These provisions shall not prejudice any rights of persons, other than the per-
son tu be extradited, in respect of the articles in question.

ARTICLE 16

A Contracting Party which has consented to extradite a person in pursuance
of the present Agreement shall defray the expenses occasioned by his arrest and
detention and by his conveyance to the frontier or port of embarkation indicated
in accordance with Article 14.

ARTICLE 17

A request on the part of the Government of the State of Israel for the extra-
cition of a person who is found in any of the territories mentioned in paragraphs
(b) to (h) inclusive of Article 2 of this Agreement shall be transmitted by the ap-
propriate diplomatic or consular officer of the State of Israel to the Governor or
chief authority of that territory, who may, if he thinks fit, refer the matter to the
Government of the United Kingdom..

ARTICLE 18

The present Agreement shall be ratified, and the instruments of ratification
shall be exchanged as soon as possible. It shall come into force three months
after the date of the exchange of ratifications, and shall apply to all offences
committed, or convictions which have taken place not earlier than three years
before the date of signature.










Either of the Contracting Parties may at any time give notice to the other
ti ,:..i-*1i the diplomatic channel of its desire to terminate the present Agreement
and, if notice is given, tie Agreement shall cease to have effect six months after
the date of the receipt of the notice of termination..

In witness whereof the undersigned, being duly authorised thereto by their
respective Governments, have signed the present Agreement.
Done in Duplicate at London this fourth day of April, 1960, corresponding
to the seventh day of Nissan, 5720, in the English and Hebrew languages, both
texts being equally authorative.

SELWYN LLOYD.

ARTHUR LOURIE.


SECOND SCHEDULE

OVERSEAS TERRITORIES TO WHICH THE ORDER EXTENDS

The Colony of Arden.
Antigua.
Bahamas.
Barbados.
Basutoland.
Bernuda.
British Guigna.
British Honduras.
The Cayman Islands.
Dominica.
The Falkland Islands.
Fiji.
The Colony of Gambia.
Gibraltar.
The Gilbert and Ellice Islands.
Grenada.
Hong Kong.
Jamaica.
The Colony of Kenya.
Ma Iia.
Mauritius.
Montserrat.
The Colony of Nigeria.
North Borneo.
Pitcairn.
St. Christopher, Nevis and Anguilla.
St. Helena.
St. Lucia.
St. Vincent.
Parawak.
Seychelles.
The Colony of Sierra Leone.





















9

The State of Singapore.
Southern Rhodesia.
The Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia.
Trinidad and Tobago.
The Turks and Caicos Islands.
The Virgin Islands.


EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This Note is not part of the Order, but is intended to indicate
its general purportJ .....

This Order applies the Extradition Acts, 1870 to 1935, in the case of the State
of Israel In accordance with the Agreement between Her Majesty's Government
and the Government of the State of Israel which was concluded on the 4th of
April, 1960 (Cmnd. 1013).

POINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 36 cta. 1
1961.





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