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A i XT r
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TI C ,N I TI


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


Published bh Authoritl.


VOL. 95.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 APRIL, 1962. [No. 23.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
No. 107.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.
IL is nlu;;td fL u gcii ii.n:iatiio that there will be a Special Meeting
of the Legisiative Cotncil ai ih CuA""cil Chamber, Kingstown, on Friday, 27th
April, 1962 at 10.00 a.m.
The Order of the Day of this Meeting is published with this issue of the
Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the General Public.
24th April, 1962.
(L.C. 1.)


No. 108. Day), being
APPOINTMENTS. Offices will
---- 17th Apri
His Honour the Acting Administra- 17th Apr
tor has been pleased to approve the No. 110.
appointment of Mr. P. D. O. CRICHTON,
Colonial Postmaster, to the post of Ac-
countant General, with effect from 16th The Righ
April, 1962. of State fo
24th April, 1962. that Her ME
( h A 1962. advised to
(P.F. 91.) allowance i
Ordinances
No. 109. No. 8 of 1
His Honour the Acting Administra- to am
tor has been pleased to approve the Ordinal
appointment of Mr. M. V. WILLIAMS, (C.M.F. 340).
Senior Accountant, Treasury, to the
post of Colonial Postmaster with effect No. 9 of 1l
from 16th April, 1962. to am
24th Anril. 1962. Ordinal


(C.M.F. 340).
24th Apri


Sa Bank Holiday all Public
be closed on that day.
il, 1962.

LEGISLATION
t Honourable the Secretary
r the Colonies has notified
ajesty the QUEEN will not be
exercise her power of dis-
n respect of the following
of this Government:-
961.-An Ordinance further
end the Liquor Licence
ice, 1948.

961.-An Ordinance further
end the Income Tax
ce, 1956.

1, 1962.


No. 101. No. 111.
BANK HOLIDAY. SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance, Copies of the Minutes of the Meeting
S Tuesday, the 1st May, 1961, (Labour of the Legislative Council held on the


Ei. 7gv

/53s


(P.F. 180.)











128 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 APRIL, 1962.-(No. 23.)


29th March, 1962, which may be seenI
at Government Office, the Kingstown,
Library, and at all Revenue Ofces are'
published with this issue of the Gazette.,
24th April, 1932.
No. 112.
The Statement of Assets and Liabili-
ties of the Colony of St. Vincent as at1
30th April, 1961, is published with this'
issue of the Gazette.
By Command,
E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE.
24th April, 1962.


NOTICE
ABllEARS OF TAXES,
TIACENCES ETC.

It is noticed for general information
i~~at as proposed to institute pro-
:oee.dings without further notice to
ecover all arrears of Taxes (including
Taeeme Tax) Licences, Fees etc. which
are outstanding and which remain
.sapaid as at aith April, 1962.
It is requested that all those persons
who are indebted to the Government in
respect of any sums whatever will en-
sure that such sums which are owing
are settled on or before the above
mentioned date.
M1linistry of Finance,


DEPARTMENTAL AND 18th April, 1962.
OTHER NOTICES.
E THE-R ST DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
RELEASE FROM THE ST. VIN-
CENT BANANA GROWERS NOTICE.
ASSOCIATION. The Public is hereby reminded that
in accordance with the Birds and Fish
It has come to our notice that there Prntpn;tin OrrHnan ip o da.n 4 amo -
is a strong rumour pr!ivaiinig in eert~ai ed by Ordinance No. 18 of 1954, it is
parts of the island that Geest Industries prohibited to kill or take:-
Ltd. will not be buying St. Vincent Turtles.
Bananas after this year and that grow-
ers are being advised not to plant more (a) Turtles or turtle eggs on land;
bananas. We wish to state categorically (b) Turtles under 20 lbs in weight:
that there is absolutely no foundation (c) Turtles between 1st May and
for this rumour. 31st July.
Geest Industries have a contract with Lobsters.
the St. Vincent Banana Growers Asso- (a) Lobsters carrying eggs;
ciation and the other Associations in (b) Lobsters of lics than 1 lb. in
the Windwards for the purchase of all weight;
bananas produced in these islands until (c) Lobsters of less than nine inches
1964, when a new contract will be nego- in length;
tiated. (d) Lobsters between 1st May and
Geest's organisation in the U.K. is 30th September.
geared to handle 12,000,000 stems of
bananas annually. At present the total HUGH S. McCONNIE,
production of the Windwards is in the Superintendent of Agriculture.
vicinity of 8,000,000 stems so there is 24th April, 1962.
room for about 50% more bananas than
is now produced. In fact Mr. John Van
Geest has said that he will have to look CUSTOMS NOTICE.
for -other Salrees of supply unless the
Windwards can increase their produc- It is hereby notified for general
tion .qpectaaulaly within a short time. information that approval has been
As a token of his faith in the future granted to Messrs John H. Hazell Sons
of the industry, Mr. Van Geest himself & Co. Ltd. to use the portion of Lot 20
is the biggest single banana grower in (the Old Ideal Building) formerly used
the Windwards owning two large as a Cigarette Bond as a General
estates in Dominica and a group of Private Bonded Warehouse in accord-
estates in St. Lucia. ance with the ;provisions of Section 24
Growers are consequently advised to (1) Cap. 183 of the Laws of St. Vincent.
disregard any malicious rumours about JAMES H. D. COX,
the imminent destruction of the banana Collector of Customs & Eeoise.
industry and to extend their cultiva-
tion as much as possible. H.M. Customs,
Kingstown.
YOUR BANANA INDUSTRY IS SECURE. 19th April, 1962.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 APRIL, 1962.-(No. 23.) 129


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE NOTICES,

By Authority of Section 27 Cap. 183 of the Customs Ordiaonce, the undermentioned goods which
have been in the Customs Warehouse for over one (1) year as at 31st March, 1962, will be sold by Public
Auction on 16th May, 1962 at 1.30 p.m. unless duly cleared or re-warehoused.
JAMIES II. D. COX,
Collector of Customs and Excise.
H. M. Customs,
St. Vincent,
10th April, 1962.

CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE SECTION I.


Date
Ware- Shiip
housed _

30. 7.60. Novelist
2. 8. 60. Kirkdale
12. 9. 60. Herman Lan-
greda
17. 9. 60. Carib Clipper

23. 9. 60. iHersilia

27. 9.60. i Senator



18. 10. 60.1 Helga Dan
24. 10. 60. Unity O

29.10. 60. Kirkdale

4. 11. 60. Sunclife

14. 11. 60. Vamos
22.11. 60. Dicto




29.11. 60. Ilestia
29.11. 60. Flanders M
21. 12. 60.1 Geestar
7. 1. 61. Kirkdale

11. 1. 61. Carib Clipper
11. 1.61, Astronomer


26. 1.61. Viajero
27. 1.61. Bel Queen
27. 1. 61. Bel Queen
27. 1. 61. Kirkdale
8. 2. 61. Lady Jean
15. 2. 61. Sunflower


20. 2. 61. Barbados
Pioneer
15. 2. 61. Sunflower
1. 3. 61. 'Unity 0


11. 3. 61. Caraas
18. 3. 61. Geestland
27. 3. 61. Herman
Langreda


Consignee Marks & Nos.
i,


John


H. Hazell


C'orea Cuo. Ind.
Corea & Co. Ltd.


Geo. A. Forde

Corea & Co. Ltd.

John H. Hazell


Corca & Co. Ltd.
Hadley Bros.

Corea & Co. Ttd.

W. J. Abbott & Sons

(',oi;ta & (Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.





Corea & Co. Ltd.
John H. IIazell
: Gist Industries Ltd.
Corra & Co. Ltd.

., co. A. Forde
John I. Hazell


Corea & Co. Ltd.
W. J. Abbotts & Sons
W.J. Abbotts & Sona
Corea & Co. Ltd.
John H. Hazell
1W..J. Abbott & Sons


E. A. Banfield & Co.

W. J. Abbott & Sons
Hadley Bros.

_Tnlhn H Hazell
Goest Industries
Corea & Co. Ltd.


APV St. Lucia # 4
JJFJD
BB
C & Co. BB
OHE
Royal Pharmacy
C & Co.
,Bayne Bros # 2.3.
C& Co. # 5
G. L. 9098
IT1. /'V7 fA \T,
MTTS DB Ltd.
JGB 8604/1-10
Corea & Co.


Quantity & Declared Contents
Descrintioi


1 Bdl.
1 Length
2 Ctns.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Case
1 Case
2 Ctns.
1 Case
1 Case


10 Ctns.
2 Cases
1 Ctn.


JHH 1 Ctn.
OHE 334 1 Bale
,UTL 2 Ctns.
JL 25 Ctns.
JL 2 Drum
MTTS B 0220
M43/8/60 A/C & Co. 2 Cases
# 1.2
RNE 2 Ctns.
,MDB 1 Pkg.
SMB & S 1 Ctn.
SDC 2 Bags
J.H.H. & Sons 1 Ctn.
;HS9105 1 Case
Hadley Bros Sons & 1 Pkg.
Co. Ltd.
R.P. 1 Case
BB 1/6 6 Ctns
lB 7/30 24 Kegs
BB 31/32 .2 Cases
LGS 1 1 Ctn.
;JN 2 Ctns.
IAG 1 Ctn.
Merle Labbay 1 Ctn.
EAB 3 Ctns.
iEAB 1 Case
BB 400/1 1 Case
'BB 400/49-54 6 Cases
HSG 245 #1 1 Case

CC&Co. i Pkg.
UTL 1 Case
;FR 1 Case
C & Co. 1 Case
iN/'M 2 Bdls.
,BB GA/v29 2 Ctns.
S 1372 E3911 SCB 2 Bale!


S 1405 RF11 590A1
LOS


s


1 Ras a Pay Pn c
I ti ___ __ - oof


s


Beds
Floor Covering
Carrots
Canned Goods
Engine Spares
IMedicines
Advert. Material
Cigarettes
Advert. Matter
SAdvert. Matter
1-f 1 1 r(,
age Tanks
SConfectionery
iAdvert. Matter
Advert. Matter
IKeiller Products
Rubber Goods
Canned Goods
Canned Goods
Peanut Butter

Car Lifts

jHangars
Shopping Bags
Ready Mix
Marble Chips
Anti-Rust Paint
Toilet Brushware
Calendars 11.1

Merchandise
Paste Paint
Paste Paint
Paste Paint
Plastic Sheeting
Soap
Soap
Personal Effects
Brylcream
Phensic
Iron Ware
Sanitary E/Ware
Merchandise

Samples
Almanacs
Almanacs
Almanacs
Springs
'Stationery
Rayon Pc. Goods


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 APRIL, 1962.-(No. 23.)


SECTION II.


Date
Ware-
housed -

29. 7. 60. Hecu
27. 9. 60. M.V.

14. 11. 60. Mexic


19. 11. 60. Carib
22. 11. 60. Kirkd
6. 12.60. F!1~n
28.12. 60. Lady
30. 12.60. Lady
29. 7. 60. Carib
6. 1. 61. C.rib
7. 1. 61. Thrsi

9. 1.61. Sunr


1.61.
1.61.
2. 61.


Lady
Sunp
Kirki


Ship Consignee


ba Corea & Co.
Flanders P. H. V.
P. H. V.
0o Corea & Co. Ltd.


Clipper Baynes Bros.
lale Corea & Co. Ltd.
!rCs rlon-" Hill Esta.tes
Angela Corea & Co. Ltd.
Jean .J. H. Hazell
iClipper ;Order
Clipper order
lia 'or -, & Co. Ltd.

ose W. J. Abbott

Angela Corea & Co. Ltd.
princess W. J. Abbott
dale \Corea & Co. Ltd.


10. 1. 61. Carib Clipper

.7. 1.61. Hecuba
.7. 1.61. Cari Clpper
1. 2. 61. Prospector
1. 2. 61. Pronoector


L7. 2. 61. Hestia

6. 3 61. TGirrale

4. 3.61. Flanders


George A. Forde

Corea & Co.
th-O. A. xForue
J. H. Hazell
J. H. Hazell


iCorea & Co.

!Onrep & Co.

Order


Marks & Nos.


MCG 3038
PHV
IPHV
GAVS 1191
F.J.D. 2498
,J.L.
B. Bros
CELA 6082
O.H.E.
C & Co.
U.T.
Alston Johnson
N O. Baynes
J.H.H.
Me D.B.
BB
P.H.V.408/1
C & Co.
U.T.L.
C. T.
E. Davy
BB
F. E. Williams
A.T.A.
Federal Trading
J.J.
C & Co.
OCCO
C.L.A.

H. S. 171
J.L.
R.H.S.
P.H.V.
C. F. Nichols


Quantity & Declared Contents
Description


1 Ctn.
3 Crates
1 Crate
1 c/s
1 c/s
19 c/s
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
2 Ctns.
1 Cta.
1 Pkg.
1 C/s
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Pcl.
20 Ctns.
Ic/s
1 Crate
2 Ctns.
Sc/s
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 c/s
1 Ctn.
22 Ctns.
1 c/s
10 Ctns.
2 c/s
6 Rolls
1 c/s
10 Ctn.
7 Ctns.
1 c/s.
3 Ctns.
1 Pkg.


Merchandise
Window frames
Door frame
Machine Parts
Cotton Goods
Target Beef
Cigars
Fly Traps
Staples
Screws
Printed Matter
Rayon Pee Goods
Tiles
Prunes
Shop bags
Canned Goods
Enamel Ware
Arbinto
Paints & Brushes
Rubber Goods
Tomato Paste
Canned Goods
Merchandise
SSuitcases
Beer
Ad. Matter
Cyder
Fruit Juice
Wrapping Paper
Rollholders
Glass Jars
Luncheon meat
Rubber Goods
Beef
Instruments


CUSTOMS BAGGAGE ROOM.


Date
Ware-
housed


Conveyance


20. 9. 60. I Plane


30. 9.60.
2. 11.60.
5.11.60.
8.11.60.
12. 11.60.
26.11 60.
13. 12.60.
16.12.60.
20. 2.61.
14. 3.61.


Consignee


J. H. Hazell Sons &
Co.


Marks


Mt. Bentinck Estates

E. W. Reddock
E. W. Reddock
J. H. Hazell
N/M
G. A. Veira
N/M
E. G. Horne
A. C. Allen
United Traders
Geo. A. Veira
O. D. Brisbane-
O.D.B. & S.


Nos.


261713

214974
244299
250658
1564004
218676
247899
117064
219481
151479
256125
A 4471


No. &
Description
of Pkgs.

1 Pkg.

1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
2 Ctns.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg
12 Pkgs.
i


Declared Contents


Tractor Parts

Samples
Samples
Life Jackets
Merchandise
Shirts
Merchandise
Egg Cartons
Merchandise
G. M. U.
Shirts
Kero Stoves


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 APRIL, 1962.-(No. 23,.)


GOODS AT CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE FOR OVER ONE YEAR AS


AT 31ST MARCH, 1962.


Date
Ware-
housed


Ship Consignee


May 11/60i Flanders M
I
Jan. 15/611 Helena

Mar. 14/581 Carib Clipper

Jan. 15/61 Helena


oihn H. Ilazell

('rea & Co. Ltd.

SOrder

ICorea & Co. Ltd.


Marks & Nos.


N/M
N/M
N/M
N/M
N/M
N/M
N/M
WW RMW
PHC
I.C.
/R/
N/M
N/M

Webb
N/M
N/M

N/M


sQuantit & Declared Contents
Description


1 Carton
1 Case
1 Only
3 Bndls.

1 Bag
1 Bag

2 Bales
1 Case
2 Budis.
1 Bale
1 Bale
3 Ctns.
2 Cylin-
ders
10 Ctns.
2 Drums
4S Bndls.

G Drums


Merchandise
Merchandise
iFirestone Tyre
Bed Springs &
ICastors
Bottles
Wheelbarrow
Stands
Bags
Merchandise
Bags
Bags
Bags
Merchandise
Gas

Matches
Lubricating Oil
.M.S. Rods (dis-
integrated)
Spray Oil


It is hereby notified that the undermentioned articles which have been in t:e Cu-toms iiiffrance
Warelhousc (Section 1 & 2) for ov'r one (1) year, and are not worth the duty, shall be forflit._d under
Section 28 Cap. 183 of the Laws of St. Vincent.
JAMES II. D. COX.
Collector of Customs & Excise.
II.M. Customs,
St. Vincent,
10th April, 1962.

SECTION I.


Date
Ware- Ship
housed

May 26/61 Travemunde




May 21/60 Kirkdale
Sep. 17/60 Carib Clipper
Apr. 11/61 Osiris


Consignee


Corea & Co. Ltd.




Corea & Co. Ltd.
Geo. A. Forde
Corea & Co. Ltd.


S Marks & Nos. Quantity & Declared Contents Remarks
IDescription


E.D.

1H.11.




1-'.J.A.
C.R.
C.R.7


50 Bndls.


S mocked crriimg


50 Bndls. Smoked Herring


17 Bdls.
Emipty
G Bdls.,
1 Cs.
Empty


1 Carton Pineapple Juit:,
1 Carton Pineappl- Jui'-:
50 Crates Potatoes Empty
10 Bags Potatoes
15 Crates Potatoes


SECTION II.


Jun. 22/59 Herman
Langreder
May 7/60 Lady Angela
Jan. 6/61 Carib Clipper
Feb. 3/61 Kirkdale


Corea & Co. Ltd.

Corea & Co. Ltd.
Order
Corea & Co. Ltd.


U.T.

E.B.
T.II.I.
T.II.II.


2 Crtns. Canned Fruits

1 Tin Biscuits Empty
1 Carton Prunes
1 Carton Stout


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 APRIL, 1962.--No. 23.)


BAGGAGE ROOM.


Consignee i Marks Nos. Quantity & Declared Contents
Sj Description


2.11.60., Plane
9. 1.61.'
13. 1.61.
14. 1.61.



17. 1.61.
26. 1.61.i
4. 2.61.1
7. 2.61.;
8. 2.61.'
13. 2.61.1
14. 2.61.1
17. 2.61.1
20. 2. 61.

25. 2.61.i


J. H. Hazell Sons


Trade Union Council
SMrs. Scott
SMrs. Scott
!Mrs. Scott
Fitz Roberts
Mr. Scott
:B.W.I.A.
Mrs. Scott
Mrs. Scott
David Gamble
Mrs. Scott
Mrs. Scott
Mrs. Scott
Mrs. Scott
Mrs. Scott
SMrs. Scott
Mrs. Scott
SMrs. Scott


604151
242361
242451
252501
4699038
252525
1631555
252554
252822
754920
253000
253045
253087
253138
253191
253325
253220
253274


20 Pkgs.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.


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Newspapers
Newspapers
Newspapers
Calendars
Newspapers
BOAC Folders
Newspapers
Newspapers
Printed Matter
Newspapers
Newspapers
Newspapers
INewspapers
!Newspapers
Newspapers
Newspapers
Newspapers
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[ Price 30 cents. ]


Date
Ware-
housed


Conveyance








MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
HELD AT THE COUNCIL CHAMBER, KINGSTOWN, ON THURSDAY,
29TH MARCH, 1962, AT 10.00 A.M.

PRESENT.
The Honourable E. F. ADAMS, Speaker,
,, B. F. DIAs Attorney General,
E. T. JOSHUA, Member for Central Windward, Chief Minister,
C. L. TANNIS, Member for the Grenadines, Minister for Com-
munciations and Works,
S S. E. SLATER, Memnber for North Leeward, Minister for Social
Services,
A. C. ALLEN, Member for Kingstown, Minister for Trade and
Production,
H. F. YOUNG, Mcmber for South Leeward,
S L. C. LATIAM, Member for South Windward,
,, Mrs. I. I. JOSHUA, Member for North Windward,
A. C. HADLEY, First Nominated Member.

ABSENT.
The Honourable R. M. CATO, Member for East St. George,
H. A. HAYNES, Member for West St. George.

1. PRAYERS.
Mr. Speaker opened the meeting with the reading of Prayers.

2. MINUTES.
Minutes of the ordinary meeting held on 1st February and of the Budget
meeting held from 15th to 21st February, 1962, copies of which had been previ-
ously circulated were taken as read and were confirmed.

3. ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Mr. Speaker announced that His Honour the Administrator had been
pleased to appoint Mr. Roderick Fitzgerald Marksman to be a nominated mem-
ber of the Legislative Council.

4. OATH OF ALLEGIANCE.
The newly appointed nominated member was then escorted to the Table by
the Chief Minister and the First Nominated Member where he took and sub-
scribed the Oath of Allegiance. Members on both sides of the House congratulated
the-new Member and he suitably replied.







5. ELECTION OF DEPUTY SPEAKER.

Council proceeded to elect a Deputy Speaker by secret ballot, the result
being:
The Honourable R. F. Marksman 8 votes
,, A. C. Hadley 2 votes.
The Honourable R. F. Marksman was therefore duly elected Deputy
Speaker of the Council.
6. NOTICES OF MOTIONS.

There were no Notices of Motions.

7. NOTICES OF QUESTIONS.

There were no Notices of Questions.

8. PETITIONS:

No Petitions were presented.
9. PAPERS.

The following Members laid the Council Papers indicated hereunder:
Chief Minister::
Council Paper No. 7 of 1962: Minutes of Finance Committee Meeting
of 1st September, 1961.
Minister for Trade and Production:
Council Paper No. 8 of 1962: The Windward Islands Banana Grow-
ers' Association Annual Report-July 1960 to June 1961.
Council Paper No. 9 of 1962: Report of the Department of Agricul-
ture for the year 1959.
Minister for Social Services:
Council Paper No. 10 of 1962: Triennial Report of the Department
of Education for the period 1958-1960.
Attorney General:
S Council Paper No. 11 of 1962: Report of the Registrar of the Supreme
Court for the year 1959.
10. QUESTIONS.
The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked the Question standing in
his name:
Will the Minister for Communications and Works please state
(a) the basis on which the Selection Committee in respect of Domestio
Workers to Canada were selected?








(b) whether special instructions were given to any member of the Commit-
tee as to who should be selected '
(c) why was the list of selected candidates submitted to the Chief Minister
before announcement ?
The Minister for Communications and Works replied as follows:
1. (a) The Committee of three housewives was appointed to interview the
domestics for Canada on the same basis as the previous years.
(b) The answer is No.
(c) The li:t was submitted to the Chief Minister for information at the
same time it was released for publications.
Supplementary Question:
The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked:
Will the Minister please state the names of the three persons who
selected the candidates?
The Minister replied:
The names have been published in the local newspapers.

The Honourable Member for South Windward asked the first Question stand-
ing in his name:
1. Will the Minister for Trade and Production please state
(a) the cost of the last shipment of sugar imported by Government
from Barbados?
(b) how much of this sugar has been sold and at what price?
The Minister for Trade and Production replied as follows:
1. (a) The cost of 2000 bags sugar imported from Barbados was $48,204.80
e.i.f.
(b) No. of bags sold to 27/3/62-293 at $21.02 per bag for purchases of
10 and over and $22.40 for purchases under 10.
SuPIpplementary QV astions:
The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked:
Will the Minister please state if there is any further shipment of
imported sugar from Barbados?
The Minister replied in the negative.

The Honourable Member for South Windward asked:
Will the Minister please state if the crop at Mt. Bentinck is still going
on or has stopped?

The Minister replied:
I am not in a position to answer that.








The Honourable Member for South Windward asked the second Question
standing in his name:
2. Will the Minister for Trade and Production please state
(a) whether local merchants have been refused import licences for cooking
oil during this year?
(b) to whom licences for cooking oil have been granted during February
and March, 1962?

The Minister for Trade and Production replied as follows:
2. (a) The reply is in the negative.
(b) Nineteen persons were granted licences to import cooking oil into
the island during February and twelve were granted during March.
A list of the names has been circulated.

11. MOTIONS.
The Honourable Attorney General seconded by the Honourable Chief
Minister moved the following motion standing in his name:
BE IT RESOLVED that the draft Order entitled the Judicial and Legal
Service Commission (Remuneration and Allowances of Members) Order,
1960, proposed to be made by the Governor-General under the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands (Courts) Order in Council, 1959, be approved.
[Copies of the Resolution and draft Order have been circulated to Honour-
able Members.]
There was a very short debate on the motion after which it was put to the
vote and passed without division.
The Honourable Member for South Leeward seconded by the Honourable
Member for South Windward moved the following motion standing in his name:
WHEREAS the Government of Saint Vincent is at present giving con-
sideration to the future constitutional position of Saint Vincent.
BE IT RESOLVED that the Opposition in the Legislative Council should
be represented onl any delegation or committee appointed to represent St.
Vincent at any constitutional conferences or discussions.
During the debate on the motion the sitting was suspended for luncheon at
12.05 p.m.
RESUMPTION-2.20 P.M.
All Members were present as in the forenoon. The debate continued with
the Minister for Communications and Works contributing. The Honourable
II. F. Young interrupted at various times on points of order and whilst explain-
ing his points he made use of several unparliamentary expressions some of which
he withdrew at the direction of Mr. Speaker. The Minister seemed unable to
continue making his contribution due to the interruptions which culminated
with the Honourable II. F. Young walking out of the Chamber when directed
by Mr. Speaker to take his seat and returning in approximately 30 seconds
making use of further unparliamentary expressions. Members on the Govern-








ment benches then suggested to Mr. Speaker to adjourn the Council sine die as it
seemed impossible to continue with business. Mr. Speaker suspended the
sitting for 30 minutes at 3.40 p.m.
RESUMPTION-4.05 P.M.
All Members were present as heretofore. The debate continued and
the motion was finally put to the vote and lost without division.

BILLS.
FoB SECOND READING:
Private Bill: The Roman Catholic Bishop Incorporation Bill was read a
second time and referred to a Select Committee comprising:
Hon. B. F. Dias, Attorney General,
SH. F. Young, Member for South Leeward,
SA. C. Hadley, First Nominated Member.
IN COMMITTEE:
The Stamp (Amendment) Bill passed the Committee stage with the follow-
ing amendments:
Schedule: Page 1, line 4: The figure .60 was substituted for the figure .75;
Page 2, lines 10, 12, 17 and 18: The figures .50, .50, .75 and
.25 were substituted for the figures .25, .25, .60 and .15
respectively;
page 4, lines 4, 5, 13, 14: The figure~ .15, 2.00, 2.50 and 1.50
were substituted for the figures .12, 1.00, 2.40 and 1.20
respectively;
page 5, lines 16 and 17: The figures .25 and .25 were substi-
tuted for the figures .15 and .50 respectively;
page 6, lines 8, 24, 26, 30: The figures 2.00, 7.50, 7.50, and .60
were substituted for the figures 1.50, 7.20, 7.20 and .30 respee-
tvely; at line 33, the figure .60 was deleted, and the following
new linesand figures werc added below the words "Ship's
Manifest"
(a) For ships of 100 tons and over.......... 1.20
(b) For ships under 100 tons.............. .60;
at lines 34, 35, 36 and 37 the figures .15, .15,.10 and .10 were
substituted for the figures .12, .12, .06 and .06 respectively.
page 7, lines 3, 8, 37, 38, 39 and 40: The figures 5.00, 7.50,
10.00 and 5.00 were substituted for the figures 2.40, 7.20, 9.60
and 4.80 respectively; also at lines 37, 38 and 39 the figures
240 and 480 were corrected to 250 and 500 respectively.
page 8, lines 14, 34 and 40: The figures 5.00, .10 and .10 were
substituted for the figures 3.00, .06 and .06 respectively;
page 9, line 4: The figure .25 was substituted for the figure .15;





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page 10, lines 16 and 28: The figures .10 and 1.50 were substi-
tuted for the figures .06 and 1.20 respectively;
Clause 3, line 2: The word "March" was corrected to the word
"April".
The Bill was then read a third time and passed.
The meeting adjourned sine die at 7.20 p.m.
E. F. ADAMS,
Speaker.


Confirmed this 12th day of April, 1962.
E. F. ADAMS,
Speaker.




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