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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
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Publication Date: June 20, 1961
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


VOL. 94.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 20 JUNE, 1961. [No. 33.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 192.
APPOINTMENTS.
His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the appoint-
ment of the following persons as Class
I Clerks in the General Clerical Service
with effect from 1st June, 1961:-
Mr. H. L. MAuTnDALE-assigned
to the Registrar's Office.
Mr. F. W. DowEs--Customs &
Excise Department.
Mr. G. V. BoNADiE-assigned to the
Public Works Department.
20th June, 1961.
(P.Fs. 589; 751; 854)
No. 193.
The undermentioned persons have
been appointed members of the Law
Library Committee, under the provisions
of section 4 of the Law Library Ordin-
ance, 1946, for a period of two years
with effect from 1st June, 1961:-
Senator E. A. C. HUGHES, O.B.E.,
0. R. SYLVESTER, Esq.
20th June, 1961.
(823).
No. 194.
PRE-RESIGNATION LEAVE,

Miss MURIEL FRASER, Class III Clerk,
Legal Department, has been granted
20 days vacation leave with effect from


Sth June. 1961, prior to resignation
from the Service.
29th Jun?, 1961.
(P.F. 847.)

No. 195.
Miss CIVILLA ANTROBUS, Class III
Clerk, Agricultural Department, has
been granted 66 days vacation leave
with effect from 8th June, 1961, prior
to resignation from the Service.
20th June, 1961.
(P.F. 946.)

No. 196.
Impending Visit to St. Vincent of Visa
Officer, American Consulate General,
Trinidad.
It is notified for general information
that Mr. William F. Beachner, Vice
Consul in the American Consulate Gen-
eral, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, accom-
panied by an assistant, will arrive in
St. Vincent on Thursday, 29th June,
1961 at 12.05 p.m.
Mr. Beachner will be available to the
public at the Court House, Kingstown
from 2.00 p.m.-5.00 p.m. on Thursday
29th June, 1961 and from 8.00 a.m.-
12 noon and 2.00 p.m.-5.00 p.m. on
Friday, June 30th, 1961 for the purpose
of extending non-immigrant facilities
and other Consular services to this Ter-
ritory.
20th June, 1961.
(327.)


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96 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 20 JUNE, 1961.-(No. 33.)


No. 197.
ADMISSION TO U.K. MEDICAL
SCHOOLS, OCTOBER, 1962.

The attention of candidates who plan
to make application for admission to
U.K. Medical Schools for the session
1962/63 is drawn to the following re-
lease by the Trade Commissioner in
U.K. for the West Indies, British
Guiana and British Honduras.
The pressure for admission to U.K.
Medical Schools is intensifying and the
London and Provincial Medical Schools
are advancing their closing dates for
the receipt of applications for the 1962/
63 session.
In London the Medical Schools wish to
receive applications for admission in
October 1962, not later than the end of
June, 1961.
At the Provincial Medical Schools the
closing date for admission in October
1962, has been advanced to not later
than end of October, 1961.
It is urgent and important therefore
that students wishing to study Medicine
in the U.K. should submit applications
to reach in good time for submission
before the new closing date.
20th June, 1961.

No. 198.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Statements of Assets and Liabili-
ties of the Colony of St. Vincent as at
31st May, 1960, and 30th June, 1960,
are published with this issue of the
Gazette.
20th May, 1961.

No. 172.
POST OF SENIOR MECHANIC, PUBLIC
WORKS DEPARTMENT, ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited for the
vacant post of Senior Mechanic, Public
Works Department, which carries salary
in the scale $2,292 X 144--$3,300.
Point of entry will depend on the quali-
fications and experience of the appli-
cant. The post is at present non.
pensionable, but steps will be taken in
due course to declare it pensionable.
Applicants must have a sound elemen-
tary education and at least ten years
practical experience in a recognized
garage or general repair shop with
knowledge of the maintenance of
modern Diesel engines and heavy equip-
ment. A Diploma or Certificate from
a recognized training school will be an
advantage.
Duties will include the overhaul and
maintenance of various Public Works
Department equipment, including light


and heavy trucks, Land Rovers, Motor
Rollers, Stone Crushers, Concrete
Mixers etc., etc.
Applications, which should be accom-
panied by certified copies of Certificates
and testimonials should be addressed to
the Chief Secretary, Government Office,
to reach him not later than 30th June,
1961.
6th June, 1961.

No. 3~5.
Pazo of Water Works Mechanic, Public
Works Department.

Applications are invited for the va-
cant post of Water Works Mechanic,
P.W.D., which carries a salary scale of
,.2.O52 x $9.-$2,148/$2,292 x $144-
$2,580. Point of entry in the scale will
depend on the qualifications and expe-
rience of the applicant. The post is at
present non-pensionable, but steps will
be taken in due course to declare it pen-
sionable.
Applicants should have a sound ele-
mentary education, and not less than
six years practical experience in plumb-
ing and pipefitting. A working know-
ledge of steel pipes lined with bitumas-
tic in and out and with Johnson cou-
plings, and of air valves, main water
Linue and screw pipes 3" to 612" is a
necessity. Preference will be given to
applicants possessing a Diploma or
Certificate in this line of work from a
recognized University or Training
School.
The duty of the successful applicant
will ho to assist the Engineering Assis-
tant (Works) in the improvement and
maintenance of the Island's Water
System.
Applications with certified copies of
certificates etc., and testimonials
should be addressed to the Chief Sec-
retary, Government Office, to reach
him not later than 30th June, 1961.
6th June, 1961.
By Command,
E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.
GOVEaNMENT OrouE,
20th June, 1961.

DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

PARKING IN P.W.D. YARD.

Approval has been given for a
limited number of private cars to park
in the P.W.D. yard, Kingstown, and
parking lanes have been provided ac-
cordingly. Parking will be allowed in












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 20 JUNE, 1961.-(No. 33.) 19


the lanes only, as other spaces will be
reserved for the cars of P.W.D. Offi-
cers, and for P.W.D. vehicles. Trucks
and Hired Cars will not be allowed to
park in the Compound.
No-parking areas will also be de-
fined, and parking therein is strictly
prohibited.
A. W. DALRYMPLE.
Superintendent of Works.
31st May, 1961.

WATER NOTICE.

PAYMENT OF WATER RATES.
The general public is hereby re-
minded that Water Rates for premises
etc. outside of Kingstown are due to be
paid at the Public Works Department,
Kingstown by 30th June, 1961.
F. G. THOMAS,
for Superintendent of Works.
15th June, 1961.

POLICE NOTICES.

PEDESTRIAN CROSSING.

It has been observed that motorists
are not assisting Pedestrians in the use
of Pedestrian Crossings in Kingstown,
and Pedestrians are very hesitant to
use these Crossings.
In several cases brought to notice of
Police, cars have stopped to permit
Pedestrians to cross and other cars
have driven on the Crossing without
paying any attention to the Pedestrians
making use of the Crossing.
The attention of the Public is drawn
to S.R. & O. No. 6 of 1956 which reads
as follows:-
"Pedestrian Crossing: A Pedes-
trian Crossing is that portion of a
road contained between two yellow
lines marked on the surface of the
road, such lines running parallel to
each other and leading from one side
of such road to the other. The ap-
proach to a pedestrian crossing is in-
dicated by a traffic sign consisting of
a yellow circular board with the
words "Please cross here" printed
thereon in black letters.
Drivers of Vehicles to stop if ped-
estrian walking within crossing. The
driver of every vehicle shall stop his
vehicle at the first line of a crossing
if there is a pedestrian going from
one side of the road to the other
within such crossing.


Drivers of vehicles approaching
crossing to stop if necessary. The
driver of every vehicle approaching
a crossing shall, unless he can see
that there is no pedestrian thereon,
proceed at such speed as to be able,
if necessary, to stop before reaching
such crossing.
Pedestrian to have precedence
over vehicular traffic at crossing. The
driver of every vehicle at or ap-
proaching a crossing where traffic is
not for the time being controlled by
a police constable, shall allow free
and uninterrupted passage to any
pedestrian who is within such cross-
ing, and every such pedestrian shall
have precedence over all vehicular
traffic at such crossing.
Drivers of vehicles not to stop up-
on crossing. No driver of a vehicle
shall cause such vehicle or any part
thereof to stop upon any crossing, un-
less either-
(a) he is prevented from proceed-
ing by circumstances beyond
his control, or
(b) It is necessary for him to stop
to avoid an accident.
Pedestrians not to remain upon
crossing longer than necessary. No
pedestrian shall remain upon any
crossing longer than is necessary for
the purpose of passing from one side
of the road to the other with reason-
able despatch.
Penalty. Any person who commits
a breach of any of these Regulations
shall be liable on summary conviction
to a fine not exceeding ten dollars".
The Chief of Police has issued in-
structions that all motorists found of-
fending will be prosecuted.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
14th June, 1961.


The Owners of Public Service Vehicles,
Goods Vehicles and Trailers. (H.,
H.T., & T., Plates).

The attention of persons who own the
types of Vehicles mentioned above, is
drawn to the provisions contained in
Regulations 20 and 21 and al., amend-
ments thereto of the Motor Vehicle and
Road Traffic Regulations 1959, whereby
no licence may be issued or renewed for
such vehicles unless the Inspector cer-
tifies that the vehicle complies with all
the provisions of the Ordinance and
these Regulations.













198 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 20 JUNE, 1961.-(No. 33.)


The Inspector of Motor Vehicles will Monday the 26th day of June, 1961, at
be available at Police Headquarters 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon for the pur-
daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. except on pose of determining the abovenamed
Sunday and Public Holidays, to en- appeals.
sure that all the abovementioned classes
of Vehicles are inspected, and are road- Dated this 13th day of June, 1961.
worthy before 30th June, 1961.
Regulation 20 (6) requires that these H. M. SQUIRES,
vehicles are examined twice annually, Deputy Registrar
that is before the 30th day of June and Federal Supreme Court.
the 31st day of December in each year.


WARNING.
Vehicles which have not been pre-
sented for inspection or if presented
have not passed the examination by 30th
June, 1961 will be taken off the road.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.

Police Headquarters,
Kingstown,
23rd May, 1961.


FEDERAL SUPREME COURT
NOTICE.

CRIMINAL APPELLATE
JURISDICTION

SAINT VINCENT CIRCUIT
A.D. 1961

On appeal from the Supreme Court
of the Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands against conviction and sentence.
No. 1 of 1961.
MAURICE TONEY
(Defendant Appellant)
vs.
THE QUEEN
by
The Honourable Attorney General
Charge: Larceny
Sentence: Three years Hard Labour
No. 2 of 1961
JOSEPH BRISTOL
(Defendant Appellant)
vs.
THE QUEEN
By
The Honourable Attorney General
Charge: Larceny
Sentence: Five years Hard Labour

Notice is hereby given that the Fed-
eral Supreme Court will be convened in
its Criminal Appellate Jurisdiction on


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.


Sale of Plants-Botanic Gardens and
Camden Park Experimental Station.


It is notified for general information
that supplies of the following plants
are now available at the below men-
tioned stations:-

CAMDEN PARK.
130 grafted mangoes (Julie, Ceylon,
Imperial and Hayden) at $1.00
per plant.
56 budded Avocado pears (Sim-
monds, Pollock and Lula) at 750
per plant.
1,200 budded citrus plants of the fol-
lowing varieties:-
Oranges-Valencia, Parson Browne,
Lue Gim Gong, Jaffa and Pine-
apple.
Grapefruit-Marsh Seedless.
All citrus plants are priced at 500
each.
Pineapples--2 per plant.

BOTANIC GARDENS.
500 grafted mangoes (Julie, Ceylon,
Imperial and Hayden) at $1.00
per plant.
250 budded Avocado pears (Sim-
monds, Pollock and Lula) at 750
per plant.
800 budded citrus plants of the fol-
lowing varieties:-
Oranges-Valencia, Parson Browne,
Pineapple, Lue Gim Gong, Wash-
ington Navel and Jaffa.
Mandarin-King 'Orange'.
Limes- Dominican.
Tangerines and Grapefruit.
All citrus plants are priced at 500
each.
Pineapples-20 per plant.

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
13th June, 1961.


waMrmn T r oovnmNMEt ranrMMr AT T=Z oovranan PRINTIa G OTICE,
KImNGWrWN, ST. TIvDfZr.
[Price 30 cents.]








Statement of Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of St. Vincent as at 31st May 1960.


1959
$


1,301,214.00


DEPOSITs:-


Special Funlds

Other than Special Funds


979.200.00 OVERDRAFTS:-


35.322.00












S^A.Titi.cOO


Crown Agents Joint Consolidated Fund




Colony Reserve Fund




GENERAL REVENUE BALANCE:-

Balance as at 1. 1. 60

LBss:-

Surplus and Deficit


$ C.


S c.


1,812,962.00

66,414.00 1.879.376.00




504.000.00


35,322.00


... 206,985.00



... 182,347.00 24,638.00

2,443,336.00


1959
$ c.

1,211,883.00


$ c:


ADVANCES:-


Personal

Other


155,712.00 CASH :-


790,039.00



158,102.00

2,315.736.00


Treasury and Sub-Accountants

Barolays Bank

Crown Agents Current

Imprests






Investments



Gi neril Revenue Balance


251,178.00

1,121.339.00




22,552.10

216.676;.00

1,264.00

15.136.00


1,372,517.00


255,628.00






815,191.00


2.443,336.00


NOTES:-1. At 31st May 1960. the Public Debt of the Colony (notineladed in the above Liabilities) stood at 5600,025.00 and the accumulated Funds for its Redemption stood at $114,895.0U
2. Other Advances include an amount of 5931,627.00?advaneed in anticipation of Loans.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
SAINT VINCENT, W.I.,
8th November, 1960.


M. V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.


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Statement of Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of St. Vincent as at 30th June, 1960,


1959
$ c.

1,436,793.00


993,600,00


35,322.00 1


2,465.715.00


DEPOSITS:-

Special Funlds

Other ,han Special Funds


OVERDRAFdTS:-

Barclays Bank

Crown Agents Joint ConsBlidiat d Fund

Colony Rt-serve Fund


$ c.



1,785,018.00

112,802.00




198.00

42',201) 00


5 C.




1,897,820.(0






427.398.0(

35,322.00


1959
$ c.

1,222,406.00




69, 69.00


790,542.00


383.06v.00





2,360.540.00 2.465,715.00


-ADVANOKS:-

P 'rsonal:

O0liei

(ARH :-
T einsry ind Su',-A.ccnuntants

Im rest

.-iib-Aeci.tII, plants Remiitt;ancsi


LESS: -

Crovvn Agents Current


In' estments


GsNERAL RsVENUs BALANCE:-

Surplus atnd Dtficit

LESS : Balance as at 1. 1. 60


S c.



245,757.00

1,119,737.00


21,399.00

18,473.00

4,500.00

44,372.00


1,624.00






343,928.00

206,985.00


1,365,494.00










42,748.00


815,355.00





136.943.00


2.360.540.00


NOTES:-1. At 30th June, 1960, the Public Debt of the Colony (not included in the above Liabilities) stood at 5500,025.00 and the accumulated Funds for its Redemption stood at $115,777.00.
2. "Other Advances" includes an amount of $931,627.00 advanced in anticipation of Loans.


TREASURY CHAMBERS.
SAINT VINCENT, W.I.,
14th November. 1960.


M. V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.


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