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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


published b' Authoriln.


VOL. 94] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 AUGUST, 1961 [No. 40.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 230.
HURRICANE NOTICE.
It is hereby notified for general information that in the event of a hurricane
threatening or approaching the Island, the following warnings will be given:-


(1) A red flag with a black rec-[
tangular centre will be flown
on Police Headquarters.

(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
(3) Three saluting guns will be
fired.
(1) A red flag with a black rec-
tangular centre will be flown
from Police Stations.


(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
18th July, 1961.
(421.)


TAKE COVER
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres one
above the other will be
flown on Police Headquar-
ters.
(2) Church Bells will ring for
5 minutes.
(3) The Siren will blow for 5
minutes.
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres will be
flown from Police Stations.
(2) Church Bells will ring for
5 minutes.


No. 259.


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 Friday, 11th
August, 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.
8th August, 1961.
(L.C. 1).


/5;s


CAUTIONARY


KINGSTOWN


RURAL AREAS













242 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY 8 AI'GiUST, 1961.-(No. 40.)


No. 2(i0.
VISIT OF ADMINISTRATOR TO BEQUIA.

Iis Ilonlur ALEXANDER FALCONER GILEs, C.M.G., M.B.E., Administrator
of S1. Vincent, h-fl 111l. mainland today for Bequia for a visit of six days.
8th August 1961.
' 07.)



No. 2(i61.
In pursuance of authority conferred upon him by the St. Vincent (Constitu-
tion) Order in Council, 1959, His Honour the Administrator has issued a Com-
mission appointing EDWARD ALEXANDER BRATIIWAITE, Esqulire, Chief Secretary,
St. Vincent, to b!" A dminiti-'a.:" P.l-:ty, St. Vincent, with effect from 8th
Augnst, 1961, and until further notice.
ITis IHonou's Commission is published for general information.
8th August, 1961.
(347)



By His Honour ALEXANDER FALCONER GILES, Companion of the Most
Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Member
of the Most E.rcllent Order of the British Empire, Administrator
[L.S.] of Saint Vincent, issued under nmy hand and the Public Seal of
the Island of Saint Vincent at Gorernment Office in the said
Island of Saint Vincent, this 8th dna of August, One thousand
iinrl( hllundred and sixty-one.
A. F. GILES,
Administrator.
To:
EDWARD ALEXANDER L;inATHWAITE, Esquire,
Chief Secretarv. Saint Vincent.

GREETINGS :

By virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the SAINT VINCENT
(CONSTITUTION) ORDER IN COUNCIL, 1959, I do by this Commission under the
Public Seal of the Island of SAINT VINCENT appoint you the said EDWARD
AT'lxVA '"TV 1 R- TT II WAIT1E. ('lli .. ltlP p- fn 6, l 111 De1wt- witlhil
the said SAINT VINCENT from on or about the 8th day of August, One thousand
nine hundred and sixty-one and until further orders, and in that capacity should
the necessity arise for so doing, to exercise, perform and execute for and on
behalf of the Administrator of SAINT VINCENT according to the tenor of the
SAINT VINCENT (CONSTITUTION) ORDER IN COUNCIL, 1959, already recited or in
other Orders in Council adding to, amending or substituting for the same, and
subject tho t Royal ilni r.uliliSo and other Instructions passed under the
Royal Sign Manual and Signet to the Administrator of tli said SAINT VINCENT.
II. AND I Do HEREBY DIRECT that yon the said EDWARD ALEXANDER
BRAT11NVAITE shall not continue to act as Administrator's Deputy after the
Administrator has arrived at the mainland of SAINT VINCENT or so1e other
Officer having prior right to so'act or to administer the Government of SAINT
VINCENT has notified that he is about to assume it.
III. AND I Do HEREBY REQUIRE and command all and singular Her
Majesty's Officers, Civil, Military, Naval, Air and otherwise, and all others the
inhabitants of the said SAINT VIN(ENT and all others whom it may concern to
take due notice thereof and to give their ready obedience accordingly.

COMMISSION appointing
EDwARD ALEXANDER BRATTTWAITE,
Chief Secretary,. St. Vincent,
To act as Administrator's Deputy in certain event.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 AUGUST, 1961.-(No. 40.) 243


No. 262.
STATEMENT OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES AMONG
MINISTERS.

It is notified for public information that the Administrator by virtue of
the power and authority vested in him by Sub-section 1 of Section 17 of the St.
Vincent (Constitution) Order in Council, 1959, has appointed as Ministers with
effect from 25th April, idui, LII u.ining IiCelnters 0o Lic Ungisialuve UottiUnC:-

The Honorable EBENEZER THEODORE JOSHUA -Chief Minister;


The Honourable HENRY AFFLICK IIAYNES


The Honourable SAMi ELL RIC SLATER


The Honourable CLIVE LEONARD TENNIS


--Ministry for Trade &
Production;

-Ministry for Social Ser-
vices & Education;

-Ministry for Coimmui-
cations, Works &
Labour.


2. The Honourable Mrs. IvY INEZ JOSHUA has been appointed as Member
of the Executive Council without Portfolio.


3. The Administrator has charged the Ministers with responsibilities as
follows:-


Subjects.


Departments.


CHIEF MINISTER:





JfTTTTcmrP- T T" 'I" 'r, DF -
PRODUCTION:











MINISTER FOR COMMUNI-
CATIONS, WORKS AND
LABOUR :







MINISTER FOR SOCIAL
SERVICES AND EDUCA-
TION:


Finance,
Fiscal Policy,
Customs & Taxation,
Development & Planning,
Public Tnfornmation.

A"'''iiltufre & Vetfrin-
ary,
Commerce & Industry,
Fisheries & Forests,
MA-teorology,
Mirnrals.
Supply Office,
Research (other than
ouLal iocilnce Re-
search),
Tourist Development,
Surveys.

Civil Aviation,
Post Office,
Public Utility-Tele-
phones, Electricity,
Water,
Roads,
Shipping & Harbour,
Tuoiom nmunications,
Labour.

Education,
Library,
Local Government,
Prisons,
Probation,
Public Assistance,
Public Health
Social Welfare,
Vital Statistics,
Housing.


Treasury,

Customs & Excise.

Public Relations.

Agrienltnref










Lands & Surveys.


Post Office,
Public Works,
Telephones,


Port & Marine.

Labour.

Education,
Public Library,

Prisons,
Charitable,

Medical.












244 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 AI'G(ST. 1961.-(No. 40.)

4. The Administrator will continue to be responsible for the following
Departments and subjects:-


Su~bject.
Ceremonial,
Defence. Security & Pou :.e.
The Public Service,
Personnel,
External Affairs, including
Immigration,
Unallocated 'sll.jietts.


Department.
Administration,
Police.


5. The Principal Law Officer will continue to exercise his normal func-
tions in regard to legal matters and will be responsible for the presentation
in Executive Council of such matters. He will continue to act in his discretion
in regard to prosecutions and Court matters.
8th August, 1961.
((C. ; I.


No. 2G3.
STATEMENT OF RE-DISTRIBUTION
OF REi.-ON DIBILITIES AMONG
MIN SISTERS.
With reference to Gazette Notice No.
262 of 8th August, 1961, it is notified
for public information that the Ad-
ministrator by virtue of the power and
authority vested in him by sub-section 1
of section 17 of the St. Vincent (Consti-
tution) Order in Council, 1959 has, with
effect from 3rd August, 1961, charged
the Honourable CLIVE LEONARD TENNIS,
Minister for Communications, Works
and Labour, with the administration of
the department or subject of Surveys,
in addition to those departments or sub-
jects particularly enumerated in the
Gazette Notice under reference.
8th August, 1961.
(C. 68).


No. 264.


VACATION LEAVE.


Mr. GORDON A. FORDE,
Biabou, has been granted
vacation leave with effect
August, 1961.
8th August, 1961.
(P.F. 447.)


Dispenser,
153 days
from 1st


No. 265.
Mr. DELESLE SEALY, Linotype Opera-
tor, Government Printing Office, has
been granted 144 days vacation leave
with effect from 1st August, 1961.
8th August, 1961.
(P.F. 799.)
No. 266.
Mr. H. MELVILLE, Junior Road Over-
seer, Public Works Department, has
been granted 92 days vacation leave with
effect from 1st August, 1961.
8th August, 1961.
(P.F. 969.)


:No. -27.
SMr. CHARLES BAILEY, Bailiff, Su-
preme Court, has been granted 144 days
vacation leave with effect from 8th
August, 1961.
1st August, 1961.
(P.F. 790.)

No. 268.
Miss LYRIS J. DUNCAN, Class II
Clerk, Chief Minister's Office, has been
granted 79 days vacation leave with
effect from 10th August, 1961.
25th July, 1961.
(P.F. 646.)

No. 269.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.


Mr. REYNOLD BURKE, Grade I Post-
man, Post Office, as a Bailiff, Supremr
Court, with effect from 8th August,
1961, and until further notice.
8th August, 1961.
(A. 2/52 (z)).

No. 270.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES.
APPOINTMENT OF COMMISSION TO
SURVEY THE STAFFING PROBLEMS
OF THE FEDERAL AND TERRI-
TORIAL PUBLIC SERVICES
His Excellency the Acting Governor-
General has appointed a Commission
to carry out a survey of the staffing
problems of the Federal and Terri-
torial Public Services. The Commis-
sion will comprise Sir Richard Mank-
telow, K.B.E., C.B. (Chairman), the
Hon. Hector White, O.B.E., and Mr.
Gladstone Mills, B.Sc. (Econ.) (Hons.
London), with Mr. Carlton Ahwai,
,Federal Establishment Officer, as
Secretary. It is expected that the
Commission will convene in Trinidad


i













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 AUGUST, 1961.-(No. 40.) 245


on the 4th August, 1961, and will pro- rI'ri.ited its staff mainly from the
teed on tour of the Territories of the ;admiiiii.:-rative ranks of the Territorial
Federation after discussions with the Civil Services--who were themselves
Federal Government and the Govern- short of I rained staff to meet the
ment of Trinidad and Tobago. The ineels of expanding Services and those
survey is expected to be completed bright about by constitutional
within five months, changes. Independent salary reviews
Sir Richard Manktelow, aged 62, is and the competition for staff which
at iuiiuVi JCJ-PL.V ;IeeieCeLal'y in the U.K. tit, tOj,-ir d..it. Lit- telliLurifi Gu -
Ministry of Agriculture. HIe was edu- ernments (including the Federal Gov-
.ated at King Charles the Martyr, errnient) began to have disturbing
School, Tuiibridge Wells, and the Lon-, effetts, particularly in the grant-aided
don School of Economics. le served Territories in the Leewards and Wind-
in the European War, 1917-19, and \wards, who were in the weakest posi-
from 1951 to 1934 was Principal tion to compete. The formation of a
Finance Officer in the Ministry of Federal Governmuent also posed the
Agriculture. He was made Knight of q(iestioli of its possible role in the co-
the Order of St. Olav of Norway in ordination of civil service matters, in
1947, and Trustee of the National order to eliminate unnecessary con-
Society for Cancer Relief in 1959. petition for staff, to co-ordinate re-
The Hon. Hector White is a member cruitmenit and establishment practices,
of the Privy Council. Jamaica, and and to re-examine the possibility of
Chairman of the University College introduction of some form of unified
liHspital Board. lie was formerly service. a-s Ihad been recommended by
Permanent Secretary in the Jamaica the West India Royal Commission of
Civil Service, and a member of the 1938/39 and the Holmes Unification
Salaries Commission which reviewed Commission of 1948/49.
salaries of the Federal Civil Service With thl concurrence of the Terri-
in 196ti. Mr. Mills is Associate Diree- trial Governments, the Federal Gov-
tor of Training in Public Administra- ernment decided that a Commission
tion at the University College, and should be appointed to undertake a
formerly a Principal Assistant Secre- survey of the staffing problems of the
tatry in the Central Planning Unit of Federal and Territorial Public Ser-
the Jamaica Ministry of Finance. He vices, restricted to posts considered
recently visited the Eastern Caribbean suitable for inter-territorial appoint-
Territories in connection with the ments, transfers, or promotions. In
"election of candidates for training in view of the constitutional position of
Public Administration at University I Judges, matters affecting the Judiciary
College of the West Indies. Mr. will be excluded from the scope of the
Alhwai was Secretary of the King survey. The expenses of the survey
Salaries Commission for it, Trinidad will be met from a grant of U.S.
Civil Service in 1957, and was ap- $2;,00UO from the Ford Foundation, and
pointed Federal Establishment Officer the Foundation hopes to be able to
in 1958. He recently visited the Lee- provide the services of an American
~a'd and Windward Territories in Advi. ,u pnii iici e in the later
connection with implementation of stages of tile survey.
the Gorsuch and Grossmith Salaries The terms of reference of the Com-
Reports. mission are as follows:-
The absence of a unified Civil Ser- "To enquire into and to make re-
vice or machinery for prior consulta- commendations regarding the staff-
tion between Governments on Civil ing problems of the public services
Service salaries and conditions of ser- of the Federal and Territorial Gov-
vice has resulted in great disparity in ernmcnts, restricted to posts con-
tile terms and conditions of employ- sidered by Territorial Governments
meant of civil servants in the region, to be suitable for inter-territorial
Differences in cost of living, organisa- appointments, transfers or promo-
tion and structure of the services, re- tions, with particular reference to
cruitment practices, and financial the following:-
resources have added to the difficulties. (a) the extent to which the Terri-
Due to shortage of professional and trial Services are unable to
technical personnel, Territorial Gov- recruit and retain sufficient
ernments have had to recruit staff staff for the administrative,
from one another and from the same professional and tech nica 1
outside sources, and the formation in branches to meet the needs of
1958 of an entirely new Federal Ser- expanding services and those
vice to serve the Government of the brought about by constitutional
West Indies made the staffing position changes, particularly in the
more difficult, since the new Service case of Territories unable to pay












246 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 AUGUST, 1961.-(No. 40.)


competitive salaries, and the the Report by the Leeward Islands anlI
methods which might be adopt- Windward Islands Constitutional Con-
ed to overcome these difficulties; ferenee held in London in June, 196L.
(b) the effects on Territorial ser- have been received, and are available
vices of the loss of :taff to the for .sale :at a ast of l;'- Ec-"h.
Federal Service; 1st August, 1961.
(e) a comparison of salaries, quaili-
fications, duties and other con-
ditions of servicee in similar
posts in the Territorial and Fed- No. 271.
oral Governments. in order to
suggest ways and means of LEGISLATION.
eliminating unnecessary con- do ent is blishe
p o The followiing- document is publisheii
petition and providing oppor- with this issue of the Gazette.
tunities for a better distribution
of the available personnel; S.R. & 0. No. 13.-The Legislaliv,
(d' tihe nat'.r and extent of Fed- Council (Amendment) RulI,.
eral advice on establishment 1961.
'iatlers which miiht be useful ;i,4.,
t, the Territorial Governments 8th August, 1961.
i:,ludung arraiingei iitu for eon-
*.11:tioni between Governments
o, i;ri.-s oiand indition of No. 272.
S'vice', aind consultation .with .
tii;'t.it :;!i ion1-. li'P ll 'isi-ll ii g the ,.tt.--i--.-- .A ..
interiesl, of the staff;
i:s lii" natrii amli extent of Fed- ('opi' f' the M21iu i::c, ,u. ,;.
I:rli ma hi;n,.rs which might be of the Legislative Council held o t!l
alop,,o o 1 ov,.rome staffing 2nd March, 1961, and the 25th May.
prolbhm:s, facilitate recruitment 19)l1, which may be seen at Government
and the transfer or promotion ()ffiee, the Kingstown Library and at
of ofliri,an. outside the Terri- all Revenue officess are' published with
this issue of the Gazette.
stories in which they are serving, ts issue of the Gazette.
iu' slidign thle inteir-Lhiange of sth August, 1961.
personnell between the Govern-
nlcnis and the extent to which No. 273.
miiification of the services on (
the lies recommended by the 'The C'ntral Housing and Planning
11ohlnes Commission is feasible Autholity Colonarie housing Schem--
and desirable; (olonari is published with this issue ou
() ani examiilationj of the main the UGztte.
iiianpI)owr needs of the Govern-
ment's in relation to the output y Coulnant,
to be expected from the Uni-
versity College of the West E. AIRATIIWATTE,
Indies and Territorial Technical Cheirf 'Srce tary.
Institutes; ( GOVERNMENT OFFICE.
Sg.' examination of changes in re-
eruitment procedure which may 8th August, 1961.
become desirable in the next few
years;
(Ih) any other question ancillary to I IEAIAJTMENTAL AND
the general purpose of the en- OTHER NOTICES
quiry as set out above;
(i) the need for the improvement of
training facilities." POLICE NOTICE.
The Commission will arrive in St.
Vincent onu 3rd September, 1961. All persons resident ifn St. Vincent
8th August, 1961. who have complaints respecting a
8th ugust, 1961. E. LILLY who obtained from them sub-
No 257. scriptions for a well known Magazine
Should attend Police Headquarters
LEEWARD ISLANDS AND WINDWARD bringing with them Receipt or Order
ISLANDS CONSTITUTIONAL CON- given to them by the said E. LILLY.
FERENCE, 1961.
FEECE, 1961. S. A. ANDERSON,
With reference to Gazette Notice Chief of Police.
No. 240 of 18th July, 1961, copies of 4th August, 1961.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 AUGUST, 1961.-(No. 40.) 247


PRESS RELEASE.

RECRUITMENT OF OFFICERS FOR
FEDERAL DEFENCE FORCE.

With th? commencement of the De-
fence Expansion Programme, it has
become n ,essary to apply for addi-
tional vacancies at United Kingdom
Training Establishments for training
Officer candidates for regular commis-
sions in the Federal Defence Force.
Applicants must be British subjects
resident in the Federation and must
be between the ages of 18 and 24 and
their applications must be received by
31st August, 1961. Basic pay ranges
from $5.85 (.1.4.41/:) a day gazetting
0 a Second Lieutenant to $13.04
(2.14.4) per day as a Major after 13
years service and up to $17.39
(3.12.51/2) per day as a Lieutenant
Colon(!,l r-ith intermediary increments
within ranks.
The following particulars are to be
submitted with applications:-
(a) Full name and address
(b) Occupation
(c) Age at last birthday
(d) Place and date of birth and
nationality
(e) Education (certificates must
be forwarded)
(f) If not born in the West Indies
length of residence in the
West Indies-giving precise
dates.
(g) Full particulars of any previ-
ous service with H.M. Forces.
Applications should be forwarded to
the Federal Defence Officer, Governor
General's Office, Port of Spain,
Trinidad.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
4th August, 1961.


EDUCATION NOTICE.

A competitive examination for the
award of scholarships for boys and girls
tenable at the Grammar School and
Girls' High School will be held at the
Richmond Hill Government School on
Friday, 6th October, 1961 beginning at
9.00 a.m.
2. The Scholarships are open to
pupils attending Government or Assis-
ted Primary Schools or Private Schools
which satisfy the requirements of the
Board of Education, and entitle the
holders to free tuition, games and


Library fees and the necessary school
books and stationery. All Scholarship
holders, who during the tenure of a
scholarship normally reside not less
than two miles from the limits of Kings-
town measured by the shortest public
highway, shall be entitled to receive a
maintenance grant at the rate of one
hundred and ninety-two dollars per
annum: Provided that should a scholar-
ship holder cease so to reside, for any
period during the tenure of the scholar-
ship, no maintenance grant shall be paid
in respect of such period, unless such
scholarship holder is living away from
home for the purpose of taking advan-
tage of the scholarship.
3. Candidates must (a) have been
less than 12 years of age on the 15th
September, 1961. Age must be proved
by a birth or baptismal certificate; (b)
have attended a Government or Assis-
ted Primary School or Private School
which satisfies the requirements of the
Board of Education, during the twelve
months proceeding the 15th September.
1961, for not less than 75/( of the maxi-
imu:n attendance:; possible during such
period, as shown in the Attendance
Register kept in the school; (c) furnish
certificates of good conduct from the
Headteacher or IIeadteachers of such
School or Schools; (d) be natives of the
Colony, or children of natives or have
been resident in the Territory for at
least two years.
4. The Education Officer is em-
powered to accept for examination any
candidate who, through illness has failed
to comply with the requirements of
paragraph 3 (b) above, with respect to
:he ',iinlier of attendances.
5. No Scholarship shall be awarded
to any candidate who obtains less than
one-third of the possible marks in each
subject and less than one-half of the
total possible marks in the examination.
6. Scholarships are awarded for a
period of not more than six years pro-
vided the scholar's attendance, conduct
and progress as shown by the term re-
ports are considered satisfactory.
7. Candidates will be examined in
English, including Reading and Arith-
metic, and shall be given an Intelligence
Test.
8. Applications accompanied by
proper proof of age must reach the
Education Office not later than Satur-
day, 9th September, 1961.

JEMMOTT J. ANTROBUS,
Acting Education Officer.

Department of Education,
Kingstown.
8th August, 1961.














248 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 AUGUST, 1961.-(No. 40.)


BOARD OF CO M ISIOERS OF,
CURRENCY, BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TE ORIkOt IES ( "4EN 44I0t ),

RATES OF COMMISSION FOR ISSUE AND
REDEMPTION OF CURRENCY NOTES
AND COIN EFFECTIVE FROM
1ST AUGUST, 1961.

(Currency Ordinance No. 15 of 1959,
Section 7.)

ISSUE :-five-sixteenths per centum

REDEMPTION:-three eighths per
centum and in addition to the above
rates the cost of any telegrams sent by
the Board or by the Crown Agents for
Oversea Governments and Administra-
tions in connection therewith.

L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Territories
(Eastern Group)
Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Trinidad.
25th July, 1961.


SUPREME COURT NOTICES.

SAINT VINCENT.
IN TTT.- CU1'E "VE COURT OF
THE WINDWARD ISLANDS
AND LEEWARD ISLANDS.
A.D. 1961.

SrIT No. 47
BETWEEN:
THE ACCOUNTANT GENERAL
Plaintiff
and


GLADSTONE POLLARD


Defendant


Notice is hereby given that on Sat-
urday, 2nd September, 1961, between
the hours of 12 o'clock noon ond 3.00
p.m. there will be put for sale at
the Court House in Kingstown, the
undermentioned goods and chattels the
property of the above named defendant
Gladstone Pollard levied upon by virtue
of a writ of seizure and sale issued in
the above suit:
1 Liebherr Fridge
1 Dining-room set, (1 table and
4 chairs)
2 Morris sitting chairs
1 Kaiser Radiogram
3 wooden side tables
1 table glass top


1 pressure cooker
2 garden chairs
1 car, P. 832 (Hilman)
1 kitchen safe
2 sitting chairs.

Dated this 3rd day of August, 1961.
T\ A .rTT TnE
Acting Deputy Registrar,
Supreme Court.


SAINT VINCENT.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
THE WINDWARD ISLANDS
AND LEEWARD ISLANDS.
A.D. 1959.

SUIT No. 45
BETWEEN :


THE BARRIE FLOUR MILLS
Constituted Attorney
RANDOLPH BYNOE


B. R. JAMES & Co.


by its Duly
on Record
Plaintiff


Defendant


Notice is hereby given that on Sat-
urday, 2nd September, 1961, between
the hours of 12 o'clock noon and 3.00
p.m. there will be put for sale at the
Court House in Kingstown the under-
mentioned goods and chattels, the
property of the above named defendant
B. R. James & Co. levied upon by
virtue of a writ of seizure and sale
issued in the above suit:
1 Dining Table
3 Sitting Ch'irs
1 Book Case
1 Centre Table
1 Dressing Table
1 Wardrobe
1 Press
2 Safes.
Dated this 3rd day of August, 1961.

D. A. NILES,
Acting Deputy Registrar
Supreme Court.


ARROWROOT BOARD. NOTICE.

Notice is given of a General Meeting
of the St. Vincent Co-operative Arrow-
root Association to be held at the Office
of the Arrowroot Association at 10.0)I
o'clock in the forenoon on Saturday,
26th August 1961, for the purpose of
electing fifteen delegates who will, in












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turn elect six nminbers to serve on the
Arrowroot Board for the Arrowroot
year commencing 1st October next.
C. A. HAROLD,
Acting General Manager
25th July, 1961.
BT. VINCENT CIVIL SERVICE
ASSOCIATION.

NOTICE.

Subject: Proposal to hold Civil Service
Week.
August 27th-September 2nd.

It is notified for general information
that the Civil Service Association pro-


poses to hold a 'CIVIL SERVICE
WEEK' over the period Sunday,
August 27th Saturday, September
2nd.
The details of the 'Week's' pro-
gramme are now being prepared for
printing within a few days. As soon
as this is done, every member will be
personally notified in complete detail.
In the meantime, however, all Associa-
tion members and members of the Public
Service as a whole are requested to keep
the dates in mind and arrange to par-
ticipate in the entire programme.
C. W. ITON,
Hon. Secretary.
1st August, 1961.


Treasury Notice.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX OFFICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become de-
faulters under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance," their properties, having
been levied upon will be offered for sale at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday 19th August,
1961, at the Inland Revenue Department, Kingstown, for the recovery of Taxes
due.
MOULTON V. WILLIA'MS,
Ag. Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown.
25th July, 1961.


Name of Owner or
Occupier.


Situation of Property.


Description of
Property.


Alexander, Ethel
Audain, Benjamin
Babb, Samuel
Browne, Nathaniel
Bute, Moses
Butler, Joseph Jrn.
Daniel, Ephraim A.
Duncan, Kenneth
Gumbs, Veronica
Jackson, Charles
Jackson, Frank
John, Hilton A.
Marks, Nancy
Thompson. Maude G.


Alexander, Matilda
Alexander, George
Beach, Luther
Brazil, Moses
Collins, Alexander
Gill, Gertrude
Lewis, Weston H.
Lorant, Augustus
Pipe, Phillipa
Robinson, Anna


DISTRICT II.
Cane End
Montique
Diamonds
Lower Lowmans
Lower Lowmans
New Adelphi
Greggs
North Union
Park Hill
New Adelphi
New Adelphi
Adelphi
Mesopotamia
Adelphi

DISTRICT III.
Chauncey
Questelles
Montrose
Dasent Cottage
Buccament Bay
Calvaries
Montrose
Campden Park
Bnceament Bay
DuBois


1 Spot
1 Spot
1 Spot
1 Spot
1 Spot
5ac. Ird. Opls.
2ac. Ird. 21pls.
31 Poles
1 Spot
1 Spot
1 Spot
3 acres
1 Spot
3ac. 3rds. 8ols.


1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Spot
1 Dwelling House
1 Spot
12ac. Ird. Opls.
1 Spot
1 Spot
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House


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SAINT VINCENT. -

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1961, No. 13. /

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (AMENDMENT)MJ

(Gazetted 8th August, 1961.)

1. Short title. These Rules may be cited as the Legislative Council
(Amendment) Rules, 1961, and shall be read as one with the Legislative
Council Rules, 1954, (S.R. & O. 1954, No. 3) (hereinafter referred to as the
principal Rules) and all amendments thereto.
2. Rule 2 of principal Rules further amended. Rule 2 of the principal
Rules as amended by the Legislative Council (Amendment No. 2) Rules, 1956
(S.R. & O. 1956, No. 16) is hereby further amended-
(a) by substituting the word "Administrator" for the word "Governor"
appearing in the definition of "Minister" therein;
(b) by deleting the definition of "President" appearing therein; and
(c) by inserting therein the following new definitions:-
"Order in Council" means the Saint Vincent (Constitution) Order
in Council, 1959;
"The Speaker" means the Speaker of the Legislative Council elected
in accordance with the provisions of Section 32 of the Order in
Council, and includes the Deputy Speaker;
"Deputy Speaker" means the Member of the Legislative Council
elected as Deputy Speaker of the Council in accordance with the
provisions of Section 32 of the Order in Council.".
3. Rule 3 of principal Rules amended. Rule 3 of the principal Rules is
hereby amended-
(a) by substituting the word "Administrator" for the word "Governor"
appearing in the first line thereof; and
(b) by substituting the word "Speaker" for the word "President"
appearing in the third line thereof.
4. Rule 4 of principal Rules amended. Rule 4 of the principal Rules is
hereby amended-
(a) by substituting the words "the Speaker shall on the request of the
Administrator" for the words "the President may" appearing in
the third line thereof; and
(b) by substituting the word "Speaker" for the word "President"
appearing in the sixth line thereof.
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5. Rule 6 of principal Rules amended. Rule 6 of the principal Rules is
hereby amended by substituting the word "Speaker" for the word "President"
appearing in paragraph (2) thereof.
6. Rule 7 of principal Rules revoked and replaced. Rule 7 of the prin-
cipal Rules is hereby revoked and replaced with the following:-
"7. Presiding in the .Council. (1) The Speaker or, in his absence, the
Deputy Speaker or, if they are both absent, a member of the Legislative
Council (not being a member of the Executive Council) elected by the
Legislative Council for that sitting shall preside at each sitting of the
Legislative Council.
(2) References in this Rule to circumstances in which the Speaker
or Deputy Speaker is absent include references to circumstances in which
the office of Speaker or Deputy Speaker is vacant.".
7. Rule 8 of principal Rules revoked and replaced. Rule 8 of the prinpi-
pal Rules is hereby revoked and replaced with the following:-
"8. Opening of Proceedings and Quorum. (1) As soon as seven Mem-
bers besides the Speaker, Deputy Speaker or other presiding Member
shall be present after the hour appointed for the meeting of the Council,
the Speaker, Deputy Speaker, or other presiding Member as the case
may be, shall take the Chair, and Prayers shall be read. If the Minutes
of the last meeting shall have been previously circulated among Members,
their confirmation shall be proposed. If the Minutes have not been pre-
viously circulated the Clerk shall read them; and in either case they
shall after being approved or if necessary amended, be confirmed.
(2) Should a quorum not be present at the expiration of twenty
minutes from the time for which the Council shall have been summoned
on- any particular day, the meeting shall stand adjourned to the next
following day (not being a Sunday or Public Holiday) at the hour origin-
ally fixed.".
8. Rule 11 of principal Rules amended. Rule 11 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended-
(a) by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker or other
presiding Member" for the word "President" appearing in para-
graph (3) thereof; and
(b) by substituting the word "Speaker" for the word "President"
appearing in paragraph (5) thereof.
9. Rules 12 and 13 of principal Rules revoked. Rules 12 and. 13 of the
principal Rules are hereby revoked.
10. Rule 14 of principal Rules revoked and replaced. Rule 14 of the
principal Rules is hereby revoked and replaced with the following:-
"14. Revocation of Appointment of Chief Minister. (1) The Council
may at any time by motion declare a lack of confidence in the Govern-
ment. If such a motion receives in the Legislative Council the affirmative







*-votes of a majority of all the elected members thereof, the Speaker or
Deputy Speaker or other presiding Member shall, within twenty-four
-hours thereof, give notice in writing under his hand to the Administrate:'
of the result of such a motion.
(2) The Administrator may, on the receipt of such notice as afore-
said, either revoke the appointment of the Chief Minister or dissolve the
Legislative Council.".
11. Rule 15 of principal Rules revoked and replaced. Rule 15 of the
principal Rules is hereby revoked and replaced with the following:-
"15. Election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker. (1) At the first meeting
of the Council after any general election; and before it proceeds to the
despatch of any other business, the Council shall without debate, and
by a simple majority of the members present and voting elect a person
to be the Speaker of the Council. Such election shall be by secret ballot.
(2) The Speaker may be elected either from among the member of
the Legislative Council who are not members of the Executive Couneil
or from among persons who are, not members of the Legislative Council.
(3) If the office of Speaker falls vacant for any reason other than
dissohltion of the Council, the Council shall, as soon as practicable, elect
another person to that office.
(4) When the Council first meets after any general election, and
before it proceeds to the despatch of any other business except the elec-
tion of the Speaker, it shall elect a member of the Legislative Council
who is not a member of the Executive Council to be Deputy Speaker of
the Council. Such election shall be by secret ballot and shall be decided
by a simple majority of the votes cast.
(5) If the office of Deputy Speaker falls vacant for any reason other
than a dissolution of the Council, the Council shall, as soon as convenient,
elect another member to that office.".
12. Rule 16 of principal Rules amended. Rule 16 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting the words "the Speaker" for the words
"direction of the President" appearing in paragraph (iv) thereof.
13. Rule 18 of principal Rules amended. Rule 18 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting the word "Administrator" for the word
"Governor" appearing in paragraph (5) (c) thereof.

14. Rule 19 of principal Rules further amended. Rule 19 of the principal
Rules as amended by the Legislative Council (Amendment No. 2) Rules, 1956
(S.R. & 0. 1956, No. 16), is hereby further amended-
(a) by substituting the words "the Attorney General" for the words
"an Official Member of the Council" appearing in paragraph (1)
thereof; and
(b) by substituting the word "Administrator" for the word "Governor"
appearing in paragraph (4) thereof.







15. Rule 20 of principal Rules further amended. Rule 20 of the principal
Rules as amended by the LegislaLive Council (Amendment No. 2) Rules, 1956
(S.R. & 0. 1956, No. 16) is hereby further amended-
(a) by substituting the words "the Attorney General" for the words
"Official Members" appearing in paragraph (1) thereof; and
(b) by substituting the wvordA "Speaker, Deputy Speaker or other pre-
siding Member" for the word "President" appearing in paragraph
(7) thereof.
16. Rule 22 of principal Rules amended. Rule 22 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting the word "Speaker" for the word 'Presi-
dent" appearing in paragraphs (1), (3), (4) and (5) thereof.
17. Rule 23 of principal Rules amended. Rule 23 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting the word "Speaker" for the word "Presi-
dent" appearing in paragraphs (2) and (4) thereof.
18. Rule 25 of principal Rrles amended. Rule 25 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker or
other presiding Member" for the word "President" appearing therein.
19. Rule 26 of principal Rules amended. Rule 26 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended-
(a) by substituting the word "Administrator" for the word "Governor"
appearing in paragraphs (1) and (3) thereof; and
(b) by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker or other
presiding Member" for the word "President" appearing in para-
graphs (3), (4) and (6) thereof.'

20. Rule 27 of principal Rules further amended. Rule 27 of the principal
Rules is hereby further amended by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy
Speaker or other presiding Member" for the word "President" wherever the
latter word appears therein.
21. Rule 29 of principal Rules amended. Rule 23 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker or
other presiding Member" for the word "President" appearing in paragraph
(4) thereof.
22. Rule 31 of principal Rules amended. Rule 31 of the principal Rules
ii hereby amended by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker,
Chairman or other presiding Member" for the words "President or Chairman"
appearing in paragraphs (1) and (2) thereof.
23. Rule 32 of principal Rules amended. Rule 32 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker or
other presiding Member" for the word "President" wherever the latter word
appears therein.







24. Rule 83 of principal Rules amended. Rule 33 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended-
(a) by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker" for the
words "Administrator, or the Deputy President" appearing in the
third line of paragraph (1) thereof;
(b) by inserting the words "and exercise" immediately after the word
"have" appearing in the fifth line of paragraph (1) thereof; and
(c) by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker or other
presiding Mezhber" for the word "President" appearing in para-
graphs (2), (4), (5) and (6) thereof.
25. Rule 34 of principal Rules amended. Rule 34 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting the word "Speaker" for the word "Presi-
dent" appearing in paragraph (5) thereof.
26. Rule 35 of principal Rules amended. Rule 35 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by deleting paragraphs (1), (2) and (3) thereof and re-
placing them with the following:-
"(1) There shall be a Standing Committee on Finance, to be known as
the Finance Committee, which shall consist of the Chief Minister as
Chairman, and all the Unofficial Members of the Council save the Speaker.
In the absence of the Chief Minister, an Unofficial Member of the Execu-
tive Council nominated by him shall act as Chairman of any meeting
of the Finance Committee.
(2) The Finance Committee shall sit at such times as may be deter-
mined by the Chief Minister. Not less than forty-eight hours' notice
of each meeting shall be given to the Members, but in cases of urgency
shorter notice may be given.
(3) The Chairman and five other Members of Finance Committee shall
constitute a quorum.".

27. Rule 38 of principal Rules amended. Rule 38 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting the word "Administrator" for the word
"President" appearing in paragraph (3) thereof.

28. Rule 40 of principal Rules amended. Rule 40 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended-
(a) by substituting the word "Speaker" for the word "President"
appearing in paragraph (2) thereof;
(b) by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker or other
presiding Member" for the word "President" wherever the latter
word appears in paragraphs (4), (5), (6) and (12) thereof;
(c) by substituting the words "Accountant General" for the word
"Treasurer" wherever the latter word appears in paragraphs (5),
(13) and (11) thereof; and
(d) by substituting the words "Attorney General" for the words
"Crown Attorney" appearing in paragraph (14) thereof.







29. Rule 47 of principal Rules amended. Rule 47 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended-
(a) by substituting the words "permissiui -of the Speaker, Deputy
Speaker or other presiding Member" for the words "Preident's
permission" appearing in the second line of -paragraph (3) thereof;
(b) by substituting the words "decision of the Speaker, Deputy Speaker
or other presiding Member" for the words "President's decision"
appearing in the fourth line of paragraph (3) thereof; and
(c) by substituting the word "AdministrAtor" for the word "Governor"
appearing in paragraph (4) thereof.

30. Rule 48 of principal Rules amended. Rule 48 of the principal Rules
i.s hereby amended by substituting the word "AdminijLr ;pr" for tih word
"Governor" and the word "Administrator's" for the vw-o-d "Governor's" ap-
peaiing therein.

31. Rule 50 of principal Rules amended. Rule 50 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker or
other presiding Member" for the word "President" appearing therein.

32. Rule 51 of principal Rules amended. Rule 51 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting ihe words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker or
other presiding Member" for the word "President" appearing in paragraphs
(6), (8) and (13) thereof.

33. Rule 52 of principal Rules amended. Rule 52 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speak,'r or
other presiding Member" for the word "President" appearing therein.

34. Rule 83 of principal Rules amended. Rule 53 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended-
(a) by substituting the word "Adminiitrator" for the word "Governor"
wherever the latter world tppears therein; and
(b) by substituting the words speakerr Deputy Speaker or other
presiding Member" for the word "President" appearing therein.

35. Rule 54 of principal Rules amended. Rule 54 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended-
(a) by deleting paragraph (1) thereof and substituting therefore the
following:-
"(1) Except on the recommendation of the Administrator signi-
fied by a Minister, the Legislative Council shall not-
(a) proceed upon any Bill (including any amendment to a
Bill) which, in the opinion of the person presiding in the
Council, would dispose of or charge any public revenue
or public funds of Saint Vincent or alter any disposition
thereof or charge thereon or impose, alter or repeal any
rate, tax or duty;






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(b) proceed upon any motion (including any amendment to
a motion) the effect of which, in the opinion of the person
presiding in the Council, is that provision should be made
for any of the purposes aforesaid; or
(c) receive any petition which, in the opinion of the person
presiding in the Council, requests that provision be made
for any of the purposes aforesaid."; and
(b) by substituting the word "Administrator" for the word "Governor"
appearing irrparagraph (2) thereof.

36. Rule 55 of principal Rules amended. Rule 55 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker or
other presiding Member" for the word "President" appearing therein.

37. Rule 58 of principal Rules amended. Rule 58 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended-
(a) by substituting the word "Speaker" for the word "President"
appearing in paragraph (1) thereof; and
(b) by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker or other
presiding Member" for the word "President" appearing in para-
graphs (2), (3) and (5) thereof.

38. Rule 59 of principal Rules amended. Rule 59 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting the word "Speaker" for the word "Presi-
dent" appearing therein.

39. Rule 60 of principal Rules amended. Rule 60 of the principal Rules
is. hereby amended by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker or
other presiding Member" for the word "President" appearing therein.
40. Rule 62 of principal Rules amended. Rule 62 of the principal Rules
is hereby amended by substituting the words "Speaker, Deputy Speaker or
other presiding Member" for the word "President" wherever the latter word
appears therein.

Made by the Legislative Council under section 34 of the Saint Vincent
(Constitution) Order in Council, 1959, this 20th day of July, 1961.

0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of Legislative Council.
(645.)

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