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Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
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Publication Date: October 24, 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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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 22: The Bequia District Council (Election of Members) (Amendment) By-Laws, 1961
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 23: The Barrouallie Town Board (Dissolution) Order, 1961
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 24: The Air Transport (Landing and Parking Charges) Regulations, 1961
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    Supplement to Gazette: Minutes of the Meeting of the Legislative Council Held on the 11th August, 1961 and of the Special Special Meeting held on 14th September, 1961
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    Supplement to Gazette: The Administration Report on the Probation of the Colony of St. Vincent for the year 1959
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337


SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


published bh ) uthorit.


VOL. 94.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 OCTOBER, 1961. [No. 52.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

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


(1) A red flag v'iuh a black rec-
tangular centre will be flown
on Police Headquarters.

(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
(3) Three saluting guns will be
fired.


RURAL AREAS (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.


\N. 357.
APPOINTMENT. No. 358.
PRE-RESIGNATION LEAVE.
BOARD) OF EDUCATION.

With refereii'e to Gazette Notice No. Mr. WILLIAM TANNIS, Class III Clerk,
236 of 18th July, 1961, His Honour the Treasury Department (Revenue Office,
Admiuiiiwrator has heei pleased to ap- Bequia). has been granted 37 days
poilit Mr. B. A. RIculAnD as a member v,.atio;i leave with effect from 15th
of the !onmd o:' Education under the' l )(i,,Ir. 1961. prior to resignation from
BIoard ol' Eduatlion )rdlinan'ce 1937, i l, Service.
vice Dr. J.. '. E rSTACE who is unable to
irve. 24th October, 1961.


24thl ().tober, 1961.
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(P.F. 1036).


CAUTIONARY


KINGSTOWN


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338 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 (OCTOBER, 1961.-(No. 52.)


No. 359.
PRE-RESIGNATION LEAVE.

Mr. WIXSTON C. MARKS, Junior Agri-
,u1111ral Instructor, Department of Agri-
cllli re, has been granted 31 days vaca-
lion leave, prior to resignation from
I he Service.
24lh October, 1961.
(P.F. 1087).


No. 360.


VACATION LEAVE.


Miss C.LAR. Pal'Iscon Assistat Stlatis-
ti.al ()ffier, Ministry for Finance, has
heli grated 50 days vacation leave will
cfi et front 9t)h. October, 1961.
241h October, 1961.
(P.F. 223).


WHILTLE (:OUNCIL.


RESIGN T1ION.

M' C( . I; \l.v. ;],,
(f ili iil Side, w il'l er"t.t'
Sept ember, 1961.


from 1211 i


APPOINTMENT.

Mr. C. C. SA:\r-:l, as Secretalry,
Official Side, wilh el'ect from 161 h
October, 1961.
24th October, 1961.
(669).


No. 362.


RESUMPTION.


With reference to Gazette Notice No.
279 of 15th August, 19l61, Mi.s JoaxN
A. JACK, Class II1 Clerk, Edulcatli,
Department, resumed duty on 19l1h
October, 1961.
24th October, 1961.
(P.F. 890).

No. 354.
VACANT POST.

Applications are invited to fill the
newly created post of Organiser of
Music, Education Department of Domi-
nica.
2. Candidates should possess a Diplo-
ma of a recognized School of Music,
experience in teaching this subject, and
a knowledge of playing the instruments
of a military band.
3. The following will be required of
the successful candidate:


(1) The training of teachers in
Vocal Music by means of corres-
pondence and vacation courses.
(2) Visits to schools to assist teach-
ers in their musical effort.
(3) Arrangements for musical festi-
vals and programmes among
school children.
(4) Assistance with voluntary
groups as occasion may demand.
This will rest in the discretion
of the Education Officer.
(5) Preparation of pupils for the
external examinations, both
vocal and instrumental, of re-
cognised Musical bodies in the
United Kingdom.
4. There will be no restriction in the
successful candidate's assisting private
individulas during his spare time.
5. The salary for an Organiser is in
the scale of $3,120 x $144-$3,696, and
provision is made for a travelling and
subsistence allowance of $760.00 p.a. at
the existing approved rates.
6. The starting point in the scale will
depend on the experience of the success-
ful candidate.
7. The appointment will be on con-
tract for a period of two years in the
first instance, and applications should
reach the Chief Secretary, Government
Office, Dominica, by the 5th November,
1961.
17th October, 1961.

No. 363.
LEGISLATION.

The underinentiolhnd Iills are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette and
Imay I), seen at Government Office, Kings-
town Library, District Post Offices,
Police Stations and at all Revenue
Offices:-
Iill 'for ain (rdinance to provide for
Icirail immunities and privileges
to be enjoyed by representatives in
T1he Wset Indies of overseas coun-
tries.
(848).

Iill for an (Ordinance to make pro-
vision for assisting the Fishing In-
dustry and for matters connected
therewith or incidental thereto.
(T.P. 366).
241lh October, !9;1.

No. 364.
The following documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette.
S.R. & 0. No. 22.-The Bequia District
I'(.icil ( Election of Members)
'Ameindientl By-Laws, 1961.

S.-. & 0. No. 23.--Thi Barroiiallie
i''n Boa crd ( Dissolut ion) Order,
19631.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 OCTOBER, 1961.-(No. 52.) 339


S.R. & 0. No. 24.-The Air Transport
(Landing and Parking Charges)
Regulations, 1961.
(C'.W. 243).
24th October, 1961.

No. 365.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

Copies of the Minutes of the Meeting
of 1he Legislative Council held on the
1lth Aiugust, 19(i1 and of the Special
Special Meeting held on 14th Septem-
her, 1961, which may 1) seen at Gov-
ernment officee the Kingstown Library
and at ail Revenue Offices are published
with this issue of the Gazette.
24th )October, 1961.

No. 3(66.
The Adminisiration H-?cort on th"l
P'ol)ati on SMvic' of thel (olony of St.
Vincent for the year 1959 is published
with this issue of the Gazelte.
241h (O.ctober, 1961.

No. 367.
The Regulations for the Management
of the (ove"-nment Printing Office are
pbllished with this issue of the Gazette.
By Command,
E. A. BRATIIWAITE.
Chief Secretary
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
24th October, 1961.

DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER
NOTICES.

EDUCATION NOTICES.

GENcERL CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION
EXAMINATION.

It is hereby notified for the informa-
tion of interested persons that the Gen-
eral Certificate of Education Examina-
tion will be held in St. Vincent in June,
1962.
Before applicants will be accepted as
candidates for this examination, they
must be certified by the Education
Officer as fit to take it. For such pur-
pose, the Education Officer will require
evidence that the applicant has been
pursuing a suitable course of study.
Candidates may offer from one to ten
subjects at the Ordinary level, and/or
from one to five subjects at the Ad-
vanced Level. They will be eligible for
a Certificate in respect of the subjects
in which they pass.


The following are the fees payable-
(i) An initial entry fee of four
dollars and eighty cents.
(ii) An examination fee of two
dollars and forty cents per sub-
ject at Ordinary Level, and six
dollars per subject at Advanced
Level.
(iii) A fee of four dollars per person
to cover the cost of transporta-
tion of scripts to London by air.
Candidates should submit to the Local
Correspondent not later than the 31st
January 1962, a statement giving their
full names and the subjects offered for
the examination, their Birth Certificate,
and the Treasury receipt for the fees
stated above.
Further particulars can be obtained
from the Local Correspondent.

S. C. CONNELL,
Loual Corr.epondent.

Kingstown,
5th October, 1961.


SCHOLARSHIP FOR PROSPEC-
TIVE MERCHANT MARINE
OFFICERS.

The Ilarrison Line has offered a tui-
lion lnrsary to a suitable young West
Illiiali Io puirsue a course leading to
qualification as an officer in the Merchant
Marine. The award will he made to a
mal West Indian between the ages of
13 and 14 years to pursue a course of
silNuy at a weli known Nautical College
in the I'nited Kinigdom. Candidates
will be explect'ed to sit the Common En-
trainc Examiiialion for Public Schools
in February 1962 and, if successful to
olter the Pangihonirn- Nautical College
in April. 1962. The subjects of the
examination are English Language,
History, Geography, French, Scripture,
Mathematics and Latin at a standard
which would require not more than
three years tuition for the G.C.E. at
ordinary level. Before admittance to
the College candidates will be required
lo pass a medical examination.
Interested parents are required to get
in touch with the Department of Educa-
tion for further details of requirements.
Applications should be submitted in tri-
plicate to the Education Officer, Depart-
minnt of Education, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent, not later than 18th November, 1961.

JEMMOTT J. ANTROBUS,
Acting Education Officer.
24th October, 1961.














SAINT VINCENT, TI'ESDAY, 24 OCTOBER, 19(il.-(No. 52.)


POLICE NOTICES.

Reiguation amwds b: Ithe C(hif o.f IPolic
enul(dr action n 79 (1) of V/,' foor
Vlehiclcs a l Road T'lraffic Ordinance
No. 20 of 19I0.

Drivers oS' I\lotor Vehicles will con-
form. to a system of One Way Traffic
aloHn NorltI River Rotlud etween (iren-
ville Street and the .ilraiine to Fern
Side betwlcnl the lhoulr,1 of 8.00 a.m. to
9.30 a.im., 11.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m., and
2.30 p.m. lo 4.00 p.m. from Monday to
Friday during School Term.
Vehicles will enter from Grenville
Stret and will proePed in a Northerly
li, tio only.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police
anl Liceriiniig Avltority.

'Pol Ileadquarters,

24th October, 1961.


It is notified for general information
that the Inspection of Weights and
Measures for the year 1961, will com-
mence on Wednesday 1st November, 1961.
2. Persons concerned are asked to
present their Weights and Measures at
the Police Stations in their Districts on
the dates scheduled.
Chateaubelair-
On Wednesday 1st to Thursday 2nd
November, 1961.
Spring Village-
On Friday 3rd to Saturday 4th Novem-
ber, 1961.
Barrouallie-
On Monday 6th to Tuesday 7th
November, 1961.
Layjou-
On Wednesday 8th to Thursday 9th
November, 1961.
Questelles-
On Friday 10th to Saturday llth
November, 1961.
Kingstown-
On Monday 13th to Saturday 2nd
December, 1961.
Sandy Bay-
On Wednesday 1st to Thursday 2nd
November, 1961.
Georgetown-
On Friday 3rd to Thursday 9th
November, 1961.


Colonarie-
On Friday 10th
November. 1961.
Biabou-
On Monday 13th
November, 1961.


to Saturday 11th


to Wednesday 15th


Stubbs-
On Thursday 16th to Friday 17th
November, 1961.
Calliaqua-
On Monday 20th to Tuesday 21st
November, 1961.
Mesopotamia-
On Wednesday 22nd to Friday 24th
November, 1961.
Port Elizabeth-
On Monday 27th to Wednesday 29th
November, 1961.
Paget Farm-
On Thursday 30th November, 1961.
Canouan-
On Saturday 2nd December, 1961.
Union Island-
On Tuesday 5th to Thursday 7th
December, 1961.
Mayreau-
On Friday 8th December, 1961.

ELECTION NOTICE.

BEQUIA DISTRICT COUNCIL.

In lieu of notice published on the
10lh October, 1961.

Notice is hereby given that in accord-
ance with S.R. & O. No. 48 of 1957 of the
Bequia District Council (Election of
Members) By-Laws, the four Presiding
Officers will be in attendance at their
respective Polling Stations in the four
Wards of the island (f Bequia on Mon-
day 27th Novpmnler, 1961, from 10.00
a.m. to 2.00 p.m. to receive nominations
for the Election of four members to
serve on the Bequia District Council
for the tirin collmmencing 1st January
1962, and ending 31st December, 1963.
2. The retiring Members Messrs.
Cyprian John-Ward 1, Claude Peters
-Ward 2, Dawson Wallace-Ward 3,
and Cyril Mitchell-Ward 4 are eligible
for re-election.
3. Should a Poll be required it will
he taken at the four Polling Stations in
1ie \WVir on Monday 4th December,
1961. from 9.00 a.m. to 12 noon and
from 1.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
4. The location of Polling Stations in
the various Wards and the Presiding
Officers are as follows:-
Ward 1-Town Hall, Port Eliza-
beth-Mr. Conrad Francis.
Ward 2-Mr. Edrick Harris' Resi-
dence, Hamilton-Mr.
Ormond Williams.
Ward 3-Mr. Rudolph Phillips'
Residence, Belmont-
Mrs. Odelia Lewis.
5. The Roll of Electors has been
revised and can be seen at the Warden's
Office, Port Elizabeth, Bequia.














SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 24 OCTOBER, 19i1.-(No. 52.)


Ward 4-The Library Building,
Paget Farm-Mr. Claude
Hazell.
S. SIMMONS.
Clerk and Returning Officer.
10th October, 1961.


CUSTOMS NOTICE.

Tihe following articles which have been
seized and forfeited under section 90
Cap. 1S3 of the Customs Laws will be
sold by Auction on Wednesday 29th
November 1961, at 1.00 p.m. at H.M.
Customsl.
1 Suitcase containing 18 Cotton Shirts
1 Package ., 2 blue jeans
1 pair Rayon
panties
2 pairs Khaki
pants
3 nes. Rayon


I II

1 C


H.3M.
St.
19t]


Pa. goods
indbag ., 2 cotton sheets
1 cotton shirt
arton ,, 7 bottles
Aleolado
JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Ciustonms and Excise.
Customs,
Vincent,
h October, 1961.


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

It is hereby notified that Land and
House Tax in respect of the current
year will be received without fine at the
Inland Revenue Offices at Georgetown,
Barrouallie and Union Island during the
period 1st November to 31st December,
1961. and at Sandy Bay, Colonarie.
Biabou, Mesopotamia, Layou and
Chateaubelair on the dates listed here-
under:-
Sandy Bay-On Monday 20th Novem-
ber and 18th December.
Colonarie-On Thursday 2nd, 9th,
16th, 23rd, 30th November and 1st,
8th, 15th and 22nd December.
Biabou-On Tuesday 5th, 12th, 19th,
and 26th December.
Mesopotamia-On Friday 3rd, 17th
and 24th November and 8th, 15th
and 22nd December.
Layou-On Monday 6th, 13th and
27th November and Monday 4th,
and Thursday 14th, 28th December.
Chateaubelair-On Friday 3rd, Tues-
day 14th and Friday 24th Novem-
ber, and Tuesday 5th, 12th and 19th
December.
MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.
26th September, 1961.


POST OFFICE NOTICE.

POST EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS 1961.

SThe latest times for closing Mails to ensure delivery to destination before
Christmas Day are as follows:-


By SURFACE


DESTINATION


GREAT BRITAIN &
EUROPE
UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA
CANADA
BRITISH GUIANA


GRENADA


Letters &
Prints


MAIL BY AIR MAIL


Parcels


Lett rs


November 20th November 20th Ieceml)er 8th

November 24th November 24th December Sth

....November 2Novemer 4tovember 24th December 8th

....Deember 2nd ceme 2d ember 2nd December 11th

....December 9th ;December 9th December 15th


TRINIDAD & TOBAGO ..... December 9th

WEST INDIES (Other) ..... November 16th

INLAND (except Grenadines) December 16th
December_ 16hi


December 9th December 15th

November 16th December 8th

December 16th


If suitable opportunities offer, supplementary Christmas Mails will be
despatched.


T. M. VELOX,
Acting Colonial Postmaster.


General Post Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
11th October, 1961.


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342 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 OCTOBER, 1961.-(No. 52.)


AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general information that a new shipment of vege-
table seeds has arrived and will be on sale at the Office of the Department of
Agriculture on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between the hours of
9 a.m. and 12 noon and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., and on Wednesdays and Saturdays
between the hours of 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
The prices are as follows:-
1 oz. 1/2 OZ. q4 oz. 1 pk.


Cabbage






Tomatoes
ri
11


Carrots
11


Cucumber


Brussels
Eggplant
Turnips
Pepper
Watermelon
Celery
Lettuce
I,

Beans


Radish


Beet
Cauliflower
Parsley


Early Jersey Wakefield
Succession
Flat Dutch
Copenhagen Market
Earliana
Mammoth Red Rock
Wisconsin Hollander
Marglobe
Beefsteak
Stone
Manalucie
Rutgers
Ponderosa
Chantenay
Oxheart
Tendersweet
Goldinhart
Gold Pak
White Spine
Black Diamond
Burpee Hybrid
Sprouts Improved
Black Beauty
Purple Top
California Wonder
Dixie Queen
Giant Pascal
Mignonette
Imperial
Salad Bowl
(Wide Variety)
Fordhook
Big Six
Crimson
White Icicle
Scarlet Globe
Detroit Dark Red
Purple Head
Plain or Single


C. L. DEFREITAS,
5th October, 1961. Acting Superintendent of Agriculture.



Treasury Notices.

INLAND REVENITE DEPARTMENT.

INCOME TAX OFFICE.

Notice is hercliy gi vu that the ulnd(ermetio;ini perso:i having become
default'er uindlr ilh, Ni '(0iE TAX ()RDINANE". his property having
been levied u i) will -" r:' for ,ale atl .:) p.1!!. on S:i day, 11th November,
1961, at the liraonir Tax (itf:ic. I Rnl vnd Rvniu. I i)a.tnwuit, inilg~town, for the
recovery of Taxe- dnue.
MIi(LT(ON V. WILLIAMS,
Acrtii,, Accountant Generral.
Treasury Chamib-r's,
Kingstown.
14th ()vto)pr. 1i;';.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 OCTOBER, 1961.-(No. 52.) 343



Name of Owner Situation of Property. Description of
or Occupier. Property.

Slater, Leonard Vermnont 34.25 Poles.


LAND AND HOUSE TAX OFFICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters 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 llth November,
1961, at the Inland Revenue Department, Kingstown, for the recovery of Taxes
due.

MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown.
14th October, 1961.

Naine of Owner iituatiwi of Property Description of
or Occupier Property

Bennett, Cera Retrcat 15 Poles
Browne, Mildred Montrose 1 Spot
Bushay, Mary Questelles 1 Spot
Findlay, Alfred Montrose 1 Spot
Franklyn, Charles Vermont 26 Poles
Greaves, David Montrose 1 Dwelling House
Hammond, Rebecca Montrose 1 Spot
Harry, David Campden Park 3 Roods
O'Garro, Ferdinand Cane Grove 28 Poles
Westfield, Rosa Questelles 1 Spot.

POINTED BT THE GOVuRWENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[Price 30 cents.]








SAINT VINCENT. "

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1961, No. 22.



BEQUIA DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTIONO
MEMBERS) (AMENDMENT) BY-LAWS. -~S


(Gazetted 24th October, 1961).


1. Short title. These By-Laws may be cited as the Bequia District
Council (Election of Members) (Amendment) By-Laws, "1961, and shall be
read as one with the Bequia District Council (Election of Members) By-Laws,
1957 (S.R. & 0. 1957, No. 48), hereinafter referred to as the principal By-Laws.

2. By-Law 7 of principal By-Laws cancelled and replaced. By-Law
7 of the principal By-Laws is hereby cancelled and replaced with the
following:-

"7. Ballot paper. (1) The ballot of each voter shall be a printed
paper (in these By-Laws called a ballot paper) on which the names,
addresses and occupations of the candidates shall be set out and arranged
alphabetically in the order of their surnames and numbered accordingly.
Opposite to the name of each candidate there shall be one of the symbols
set out in the Third Schedule to these By-Laws. The ballot paper shall
have a printed number on the back and shall have a counterfoil with the
same number printed on the face, and shall be in the form contained in
the Second Schedule to these By-Laws, with the addition of a prescribed
symbol opposite to each name, and shall be capable of being folded up.

(2) When the Local Government Officer is satisfied that a recognized
political party has applied for a symbol, he shall allocate one of the
symbols shown in the Third Schedule to these By-Laws to such party, and
the official candidates of such party, in each Ward, shall be entitled to
have the party symbol printed opposite their names.
(3) In the case of ether candidates, the Local Government Officer
shall allocate a symbol not already allocated to a recognized political
party.".





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3. New Schedule added to principal By-Laws. The following new
Schedule shall be added to the principal By-Laws as the Third Schedule:-

THIRD SCHEDULE.


A 7


v6
N0


&


Made by the Bequia District Council under Section 56 (1) of the Local
Government Ordinance, 1951 (No. 17 of 1951) this 16th day of October, 1961.
CLAUDE PETERS,
Deputy Chairman.

Confirmed by the Administrator under Section 56 (4) of the aforesaid
Local Government Ordinance this 19th day of October, 1961.
A. F. GILES,
Administrator.

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRnfER AT -T~E GOVERNiENT PRINtING' OFM~3E ,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


[ Price 8 cents. l


1961.


1-Jo







SAINT VINCENT.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,
1961, No. 23. X


BARROUALLIE TOWN BOARD (DISS ON)
ORDER.

(Gazetted 24th October, 1961). \,r

WHEREAS it is provided by section 32 of the Local Govern et O~;Sinahc
1951, (No. 17 of 1951) that if any local authority, in the judgeraet, of tl'
Administrator in Council, persistently makes default in the performance of
the duties by law imposed on it, or exceeds or abuses its powers, it shall be
lawful for the Administrator in Council, by an Order published in the Gazette,
to dissolve the said authority:
AND WHEREAS in the judgement of the Administrator in Council the
Barrouallie Town Board has persistently made default in the performance of
the duties by law imposed on it:
Now TiLL 1-OrlE IT Is HEIREBY ORDERED:
1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Barrouallie Town Board
(Dissolution) Order, 1961.
2. Dissolution. The Barrouallie Town Board shall stand dissolved with
effect from the 26th day of October, 1961.
3. New Board to be constituted. (1) The Barrouallie Town Board shall
be reconstituted by the election of members to a new Board.
(2) Such election shall be conducted in such manner as may be provided
by By-Laws of the Barrouallie Town Board in force at the time of such
election.
S(3) Nomination of members to the new board to be elected as aforesaid
shall take place on Monday the 8th day of January, 1962, and if the number
of candidates duly nominated shall exceed the number of members required to
be elected, a Poll shall be taken on Monday the 15th day of January, 1962.

Made by the Administrator in Council under Section 32 of the Local
Government Ordinance, 1951 (No. 17 of 1951) this 23rd day of October, 1961.

WINSTON B. D. JACOBS,
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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1961, No. 24

AIR TRANSPORT LANDINGG AND PARK
CHARGES) REGULATIONS. '

(Gazetted 24th Octobe,-, 1961).

1. Short title. Tlhee Regulations may be cited as the Air a, art
(Landing and Parking Cl arges) Regulations, 1961.
2. Interpretation. 11 these Regulations-
"Aerodrome" mean: any area of land ol water designed, equipped, set
apart or commonly used for affording facilities for the landing and
departure of aircraft;
"Aircraft" includes all balloons whether: captive or free), kites, gliders,
airships and flying machines;
"Certificate of airworthiness" includes any flight manual or perform-
ance schedule relating to and required to be carried with the certifi-
'cate under the law of the country in whi-h the certificate is issued;
"Land" and "landing" in relation to aircraft include alighting on water.
3. Landing fees for Civil Aircraft. (1) The fees prescribed in their First
Schedule hereto shall be payable by the ow-ier or operator of every civil
aircraft which lands at any aerodrome which is under the control of the
Government of Saint Vincent.
(2) In the case of any such aircraft land ng it such aerodrome the fees
shall be assessed on th: basis of the maximuni peimissable weight authorised
by the certificates of airworthiness, in accordance with the scale in the First
Schedule.
(3) In addition to the fees prescribed in the First Schedule hereto, there
shall be paid a special fee equivalent to tweilty-ive per centum of the pre-
scribed fee in respect of any such aircraft landing otherwise than in an
emergency between the hours of 6.00 p.m. ani 6.00 a.m. local time.
4. Parking Charges. (1) In addition to thl landing fee, whenever an
aircraft is parked at an aerrodrome under the control of the Government of
Saint Vincent for any period exceeding six hours there shall be paid in respect
of the use of a runway or apron a charge cal-ulated in accordance with the
scale set out in the Second Schedule to these Regulations.
(2) Such charge shall be assessed on the basis of the maximum permis-
sible weight authorised by the certificate of airworthiness.
5. Fees and charges to be paid into G3neral Revenue. All fees and
charges collected under these Regulations shall be paid into the general
revenue of the Colony.
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6. Commutation and reduction of Fees and Charges. (1) In lieu of the
fees and charges for landing and parking as provided in the Schedules hereto
the Administrator may, from ti-ne to time, fix a commuted fee or a commuted
charge to be paid by any person in respect of aircraft owned or operated by
him and landing or parking as aforesaid, during such period as the Adminis-
trator may determine.
(2) The Administrator may in suitable cases reduce or remit the fees and
charges for any landing or parking or series of landings or parking.
7. Revocation. The Air Navigation (Landing Charges) Regulations,
1945 (S.R. & 0. 1945, No. 64) are hereby revoked.
8. Commencement. These Regulations shall come into force on the first
day of November, 1961.

FIRST SCHEDULE.
Aircraft Weight Fees
20,000 lbs. and under ...... ...... $1.00 per 1,000 lbs. (to the
nearest 1,000 lbs.)
exceeding 20,000 lbs. but not exceeding $1.00 per 1,000 lbs. or part
30,000 lbs. thereof.
Provided that aircraft of over 30,000 lbs. maximum permissible weight
landing in an emergency, shall be charged at the rate of $1.00 for each
1,000 lbs. or part thereof iup to 30.000 lbs. plus an additional 50 cents for each
1,000 lbs. or part thercot b.: which the aircraft exceeds 30,000 lbs.

S:EC OND SCHEDULE.

Aircraft Weight Charges per 24 hrs. or part
thereof
10,000 lbs. or less ...... ...... $1.50
10,001 lbs. to 20,000 lbs. ...... ...... 2.50
20,001 lbs. to 30,000 Ibs. :..... ...... 3.50
Provided that if an aircraf't exceeding 30,000 lbs. maximum permissible
weight, having landed in an eurergency, is parked on a runway or apron for
a period exceeding six ihomur, tl- parking charges payable shall be at the rate
of 12 cents per 1,000 lbs. or p.rt thereof for each 24 hours or part thereof.

Made by the Administrator under Article 68 of the Colonial Air Navi-
gation Order, 1955, this 19th day of October, 1961.
A. F. GILES,
(C.W. 243). Administrator.

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29

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
HELD AT THE COUNCIL CHAMBER, KINGSTOWN,
ON FRIDAY, 11TH AUGUST, 1961, AT 10.00 A.M.

PRESENT.
The Honourable N; S. NANTON, Speaker,
,, B. F. DIAS, Attorney General,
E. T: JOSHUA, Member for Central Windward, Chief Minister,
,, H. A. HAYNES, Member for West St. George, Minister for
Trade and Production,
,, C. L. TANNIS, Member for the Grenadines, Minister for Com-
munications, Works and Labour,
SS. E. SLATER, Member for North Leeward, Minister for Social
Services.
S H. F. YOUNG, Member for South Leeward,
S L. C. LATHAM, Member for South Windward,
S Mrs. I. I. JOSHUA, Member for North Windward,
A. C. G. ALLEN, Member for Kingstown,
S iR. M. CATO, Member for East St. George,
A. C. HADLEY, First Nominated Member,
S C. deB. BARNARD, Second Nominated Member,
1. PRAYERS.
Mr. Speaker opened the Meeting with the reading,of Prayers.
2. OATH OF ALIaEGIANCE.
The Oath of Allegiance was administered to the Honourable A. C. Hadley.
3. tMNUTES.
Minutes of the Meeting held on 20th July, 1961 copies of which had been
previouslyy ciremated.were taken as read and were confirmed after the following
amendments were made:
Page 20, paragraph 2, line 3: the word "rebuilding" was corrected to
"hlilding".
Page 26, line 25: the words "with the following results," were deleted and
the woRds "nem con" substituted; lines 26-33 were deleted.
4. ANNOUNCEMENTS.
M.r. speakerr made the following announcements:
(i) That he and the Clerk of Council went to Trinidad and had discus-
sions on parliamentary procedure with Mr. Speaker Ward and the
Clerk of the House, Mr. La Forest. They were privileged to observe
the Federal House of Representatives and the Senate at work, andj








gathered a great deal of knowledge. On their return jounrey to
St. Vincent they stopped in at Barbados and also observed the Rouse
of Assembly at work.
(2) That the Clerk of Council had received a letter from the Secretary
of the local Gideons forwarding a number of Bibles asking that they
be distributed to Members of Council.

5. NOTICES OF MOTIONS.
The Honourable Member for South Leeward gave notice of the following
Motion:
BE IT RESOLVED that a Commission of Enquiry be held into the func-
tioning and operation of the Public Works Department of this territory.

The Honourable Member for East St. George gave notice of the following
Motion:
WHEREAS there is considerable unrest among the teachers of the
Primary Schools ou this territory;
AND WHEREAS this unrest is having a most unsatisfactory effect on
the school system and on the education of our youth;
BE IT RESOLVED that a public inquiry be held into the Primary School
System of the territory with a view to improving the standard of primary
education.

6. NOTICES OF QUESTIONS.
The Honourable Member for East St. George gave notice of the following
Question:
Will the Chief Minister please state what additional provisions have
been made to meet expenditure in excess of the Estimates for the year
1961 (if any) for the period
1st January to 31st March, 1961, and
1st April to 30th June, 1961.

The Honourable Member for South Leeward gave notice of the following
Question:
Will the Minister for Communications and Works please state what
is the reason for the considerable reduction in work among the daily paid
workers of the Public Works Department?

The Honourable Member for South Windward gave Notice of the following
Question:
Will the Minister for Trade and Production please state when the
Report of the Department of Agriculture for the years 1958 to 1960 'ill
be available I
7. PETITIONS.
No Petitions were presented.







8. QUESTIONS.
The Honourable Member for East St. George asked the first question
standing in his name:
1. Will the Chief Minister please state whether it is the policy of
Government for Ministers to hire employees in the Public Works Depart-
ment for work on Government projects?
The Honourable Chief Minister replied as follows:
The answer is in the negative.
In the light of the reply the Honourable Member for East St. George
withdrew the second question standing in his name.

The Honourable Member for East St. George asked the third question
standing in his name:,
3. Will the Chief Minister give an assurance to this House that all
hiring of workers by the Public Works Department will be done only by
the appropriate officers, and not by Ministers of Government?

The Honourable Chief Minister replied as follows:
As far as I am aware all hiring of workers by the Public Works De-
partment has always been done by the appropriate officers of the Depart-
ment.

The Honourable Member for East St. George asked the fourth question
standing in his name:
4. Is the Minister for Communications and Works aware that owing
to the appalling condition of the Village roads the citizens of Brighton
experience considerable difficulty in getting to their homes and to the
School and the Church?
If the answer is in the affirmative, will the Minister take steps to see
that at least temporary repairs are done to these roads in order to give
some measure of relief to these distressed citizens?

The Honourable Minister for Communications and Works replied as
follows:
Government is aware of the bad condition of the Brighton Road and
has made provision in the new road programme for the oiling of the road.
The usual routine work which is done every year at this time on this
road will soon be started.

The Honourable Member for East St. George asked a supplementary
question as follows:
Can the Honourable Minister give any indication as to how soon work
will start?

The Honourable Minister for Communications and Works replied as
follows:
In a couple of days.







The Honourable Member for East St. George asked the fifth question stand-
ing in his name:
5. Will the Minister for Communications and Works please state
the reason why the Madinina did not call into Mayreau on Thursday the
3rd day of August ?
Will the Minister further state whether he has taken any steps to
ensure that further breaches of contract are not committed by the owners
of this Imoit to tie deiriiment o! the people of the Grenadines?

The Honourable Minister for Communications and Works replied as
follows:
The Ministry was not aware that the Madinina did not call into
Mayreau on 3rd August.
Now that the Ministry's attention has been drawn to the alleged
irregularity, the nim;ttor will be investigated.

The Honourable Member for South Windward asked the first question
standing in his name :
1. Will the Minister for Communications and Works please make a
comprehensive statement of the plans of Government for the proposed
new Telephone System?

The Honourable Minister for Communications and Works replied as
follows:
The plan is to install an automatic telephone plant to serve Kingstown,
Calliaqua and Layou and use Rurax equipment for country ifistallation.

The Honourable Member for South Windward asked a supplementary
question as follows:
When are these plans to be put into effect?

The Honourable Minister for Communications and Works replied as
follows:
As soon as the financial arrangements have been completed.

The Honourable Member for East St. George asked a supplemeAtary
question as follows:
What steps are being taken to have the financial arrangements made.
The Minister for Communications and Works replied:
Government is negotiating with certain firms in Erigland.

The Honourable Member for South Windward asked the second 'question
standing in his name:
2 Will the Minister for Communications and Works please state the
reason fo'r tlI .es-ation of work on the Evesham /Cane End Road?







The Honourable Minister for Communications and Works replied as
follows:
The amount allocated for the Evesham/Cane End Road has proved
insufficient due to:-
(a) The 20%c increase in labour which was brought about after the
road programme had been submitted to the Secretary of State and
(b) the abnormal amounts spent for spare parts for the crushers and
other heavy equipment as a result of the heavy road work.
The Honourable Member for South Windward asked a supplementary
question as follows:
Is it true that money for the Cane End road was spent on Park Hill
road?
The Minister for Communications and Works replied as follows:
The answer is in the negative, as far as I am aware.

The Honourable Member for South Windward asked the third question
standing in his name:
3. Will the Minister for Communications and Works please state how
much money is left under the Head-Maintenance of Roads for 1961?

The Honourable Minister for Communications and Works replied as
fol6ws:
The balance under the Head for Maintenance of Roads is $79,000.00.
It is estimated that this should be sufficient to carry on maintenance work
to the end of the year.

The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked the first question stand-
ing in his name:
1. Will the Minister for Communiations and Works please state for
what purpose the Shed at Petit Bordel which was built to accommodate
truck drivers during the building of the North Leeward Road is now being
used ?

The Honourable Minister for Communications and Works replied as
follows:
The shed is occupied for the time being by one Martha Matthews whose
house at Dark View collapsed some months ago.
A room is kept to house bulldozer and truck drivers whenever they
are operating in the area.
A shed has been added to the building and serves as a Community Hall
for the people.

The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked a supplementary
question as follows:
Is it true that Union Funds are collected there?
The Minis*:r Por Oommunications and Works replied as follows:
The answer is in the negative as far as I am aware.







The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked the second question
standing in his name:
2. Is the Minister for Communications and Works aware that the
services of Mr. Ivan Doyle and Calville Carr, road drivers of Barrouallie,
have been terminated after 25 years and 4 years services respectively with-
out any stated reason?

The Honourable Minister for Communications and Works replied as
follows:
As Messrs. Ivan Doyle and Calville Carr are strongly opposed to the
present Government's policy in the interest of all concerned, it was thought
best not to enthrust them with the oversight of road gangs.

The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked the third question stand-
ing in his name:
3. Is it correct that the Minister for Social Services has given authori-
ty for the erection of a house on the Camden Park Playing Field.

The Minister for Social Services replied as follows:
The reply to the Honourable Member's question is in the negative.

The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked a supplementary
question as follows:
Is the Minister aware that there is a foundation being laid on the mid-
wicket of the Camden Park Playing Field?

The Minister for Social Services replied as follows:
The answer is in the negative.

The Member for South Leeward asked a further supplementary question:
Will the Minister please investigate the matter.

The Minister for Social Services replied:
The matter will be investigated.
9. MOTIONS.
The Honourable Member for East St. George niade various amendments
to the first motion standing in his name and then moved it as follows:
WHEREAS the very vital and important subject of Freedom of Move-
ment was re-opened at the London Conference held at Lancaster House
AND WHEREAS no debate has been held by this Legislature on this sub-
ject and the St. Vincent delegation did not have the opportunity to obtain
the views of the Legislative Council on th;s subject.
BE IT RESOLVED that this Council is of the opinion that there must be
Freedom of Movement throughout the West Indies Federation within a
reasonable time after the attainment of Independence.
The motion was seconded by the Honourable Member for South Leeward.
and fully debated. During the debate the sitting was suspended for luncheon
at 12.30 p.m.








RESUMPTION-2.10 P.M.
All Members being present as in the forenoon, the debate continued and
the sitting was suspended for tea at 5.25 p.m.

RESUMPTION-5.50 P.M.
All Members were present. The Honourable Attorn' / General moved that
the words "immediately upon" appearing in the last tine of the motion be
deleted, and the words "within a reasonable time after be substituted. This
amendment was accepted by the Honourable Member for East St. George. The
debate continued after which the motion was put to the vote and passed
unanimously.

The Honourable Member for East St. George amended the second motion
standing in his name and then formally moved it as follows:
WHEREAS the Legislative Council Rules 1954 as amended do not entirely
reflect the spirit and intention of the present Constitution governing this
Legislature
BE IT RESOLVED that a Select Committee be appointed
(a) to draft new Standing Rules and Orders of the Legislative
Council in pursuance of Section 34 of the Saint Vincent (Con-
stitutioi) Order in Council, 1959
(b) to determine and regulate the privileges, immunities, powers
and procedure of the House and of Members thereof in pur-
suance of Section 14 of the said Order in Council, and
(c) to make plans for the extension of the Legislative Council
Chambers and Offices.

The Honourable Member for South Leeward seconded the motion.
There was a short debate after which it was put to the vote and passed
unanimously. After a brief discussion the Select Committee was appointed as
follows:
Honourable N. S. Nanton, Chairman,
S H. A. Haynes,
S C. L. Tannis,
A. C. Allen,
R. M. Cato,
.H. F. Young.

The Honourable Attorney General seconded by Honourable H. F. Young,
moved the following motion standing in his name:
WHEREAS subsection (1) of section 21 of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands (Courts) Order in Council, 1959, provides that the Judges
of the Supreme Court shall receive such remuneration and allowances as
may from time to time be determined by the Governor-General by Order a
draft of which has been approved by resolution of the Legislative Council
of each of the Colonies to which this Order applies:








BE IT RESOLVED that the draft Order entitled the Acting Judge
(K. H. C. Alleyne) (Remuneration) Order, 1961, proposed to be made by
the Governor-General under the Wiidward Islands and Leeward Islands
(Courts) Order in Council, 1959, as set out iff the schedule hereto, be
approved.
10. SCHEDULE.
THE ACTING JUDGE (K. H. C. ALLEYNE) (REMUNERATION) ORDER, 1961.
An Order made by the (overnor-General in exercise of the powers conferred
on him under section 21 of the Windward Islands and Leeward Islands (Courts)
Order in Council, 1959 and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf.
1. This Order may be cited as the Acting Judge (K. H. C. Alleyne)
(Remuneration) Order, 1961.
2. Mr. Keith Hennessey Conrad Alleyne shall with effect from the 15th
day of June, 1961 until the 31st day of December, 1961, or until such later date
as the Governor-General may fix, be entitled to remuneration at the rate of
$1,000 per month during such time within the aforementioned period as he acts
in the office of Judge of the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands and shall be entitled to no other allowances, perquisites or
benefits whatever.
There was a short debate on the motion after which it was put to the vote
and passed nem con.

[The Honourables Mrs. 1. I. Joshua, A. C. Hadley, C. deB. Barnard and
B. F. Dias, left the meeting in that order at various times.]
11. ADJOURNMENT.
On the motion for adjournment the following members spoke on the sub-
jects indicated hereunder:
Honourable Member for South Leeward:
Dismissal of road drivers,
Camden Park Playing Field,
Government Cotton Ginnery.

Honourable Member for South Windward:
Introductions to Members of U.K. Mission,
Dismissal of road drivers.
The Opposition Members then left the meeting en bloc and Members ob-
serving that a quorum was not present Mr. Speaker adjourned the Meeting
sine die at 9.04 p.m.
N. S. NANTON,
Speaker.

Confirmed, this 12th day of October, 1961.
N. S. NANTON,
Speaker.














ADMINISTRATION REPORT ON THE PROBATION SERVICE OF THE
COLONY OF ST. VINCENT FOR THE YEAR 1959.

General.
Ten years have passed since Major General Sir Hub:ert Iance, G.C.M.G.,
G.B.E., C.B., then Comptroller of Development and Welfare ii the West
Indies, made the following observation in a report:-
"The potential future inmates of Institutions are multiplying at a rate
which demands budgetary provision beyond these Colonies' resources, and the
child population threatens the standard of living of the future. The reaction
must be to give priority to those services, such as probation and boarding out,
which keep people out of Institutions, and to the building up of standards of
parental care and ambition which will tend to curb happy-go-lucky reproduc-
tion."
A conference on Social Development in the West Indies was held at the
Federal Capital from 16th-20th March, 1959, at which Mr. W. H. Chinn,
C.M.G., Social Welfare adviser in the Colonial Office was present. St. Vincent
was represented by Hon, H. A. Haynes, then Minister for Social Services and
Mr. A. V. Sprott, his Principal Assistant Secretary.
Of the recommendations made at this Conference, No. 5 is of paramount
importance to this Colony. It reads:--
Financial Provision for Social Development.
In view of the needs of the territories for adequate social services, the
Conference wishes to emphasize that these needs cannot be met nor proper
development plans become operative unless adequate provision is made in
the annual budgets.
The Conference would also draw attention to the special position of the
grant-aided territories where limitations are imposed on provision for social
services.

This Conference therefore recommends that:

(a) The unit territories make increased provision for the Social services
in their annual budgets and in their development plans.
(b) The Federal Government consider the possibility of making available
increased allocation for social development in tht grant-aided
territories.
In St. Vincent our child population is increasing at a dangerous rate,
delinquency is becoming rampant and unless budgetary provision is made now
for adequate probation and boarding out services, more money will have to be
found in the not too distant future for Institutional treatment.
Visitors.
Mr. R. Terrell, Principal in the Social Services Department, Colonial
Office, who also attended the Trinidad Conference, visited us from 26th March
to 31st March. During his stay here he visited Departments and Institutions
concerned with Social Welfare work and the treatment of offenders, discussed
our local problems, gave us valuable advice and submitted certain recommen-
dations to Government.
In September, another distinguished personage in the Social Welfare
world, Mr. A. V. S. Lockhead, adviser on Social Development to the Govern-
ment of Trinidad and Tobago, paid us an unofficial visit. We wish to express
our gratitude to these visitors who unstintingly gave us of their wealth of
experience in this line.
Staff and Duties.
There is yet no full time Probation Officer-Mr. Vivian Th. Young, Public
Assistance Officer, continued to perform the duties of Probation Officer in
conjunction with his other duties.: One Junior and one Probationary clerk
are his assistants.















It still cannot be said that Probation has become an effective service in
St. Vincent-delinquency, particularly in the capital area, is on the increase
and there is no sufficiently adequate means of dealing with it. In the case of
boys, whipping is the only practicable remedy although some authorities
doubt its efficacy and condemn its usuage. Nothing can be done about their
sisters except to inflict monetary punishment on their already hardpressed
mothers.

The Fairhall (Approved) School was again unfortunately destroyed by
fire on 6th August, 1959, and this has added considerably to our already very
difficult situation.

The Department has, despite these obstacles and setbacks, continued to
give the public, even though in a restricted way, the many services to which
it has become accustomed and we base our hope for much needed improve-
ments in the future on the acceptance of Recommendation 5 of the Trinidad
Conference so that we could implement, at 'least, some of the suggestions
given by Miss Glynn-Jones and Mr. R. Terrell, of the Colonial Office, who
made personal visits to the Colony.

We are thankful for the help and co-operation of the Magistrates, Court
Officials and the Police.
Number of Juvenile Offenders dealt with by Magistrates' Court and
The Probation Service. ?


1955


1956


1957


1958


1959


284 209 243 216 280

Type of Offences Committed by Juvenile Offenders in 1959.


Larceny
Indecent Language
Assault (including wounding)
Disorder
Vagrancy
Miscellaneous


Boys
86
14
58
17

. 52

227


Girls Total
12 98
14 28
17 75
7 24

3 55

53 280


Methods of case Disposals by Magistrate's Courts in 1959.


Probation
Fairhall (Approved) School
Whipped
Convicted, Cautioned and Dis-
charged
Fined
Parent or Guardian Fined
Bound over without Supervision
Withdrawn
Dismissed (Merits)
Dismissed (Doubts)
Dismissed for want of Prosecu-
.tion


Boys
4
4
106

68

12
7
6


Girls
1


5


227 53


Total
5
4
106

94

18
14
11


28

280


Total Number of Probation Cases Dealt With during 1959.


Men Women Boys


Cases Brought Forward
Added During the Year


Girls
2


Total
3


3 4 1
3 5 3 11















Probation ases for 1959.


Com- Still
Cases New pleted Satis- Unsatis- under
B/Fwd Cases Cases factory factory Super-
vision

Men .. 3 -
Women ..- -
Boys .. 1 4 2 2 3
Girls .. 2 13 2 2 1

Total .. 3 8 4 4 7

Statistics on Probation.

Particulars Higher Magis- Total
Courts trates

For Crimes against the person .. 1 1
For crimes against property with violence .. -
For crimes against property without violence -
For malicious injury to property .. -
For Forgery-Crimes against the-currency -
For other crimes .. 6 6
For other offences .. 1 1

-8 8


Particulars Higher Magis-
Courts trates Total

With respect to males
Aged under 14 years .. -
Aged 14 and under 16 .. 2 2
Aged 16 and under 21 .. 5 5
With respect to females


Aged under 14 years
Aged 14 and under 16 years
Aged 16 and under 21 years


.. 1 1

8 8


VIVIAN Th. YOUNG,
Probation Oficer.


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