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    Ordinance No. 4 of 1963: An Ordinance to further amend the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1940
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    Ordinance No. 5 of 1963: An Ordinance to amend the Summary Conviction Offences Ordinance, Cap. 14
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    Ordinance No. 6 of 1963: An Ordinance to amend the law relating to proceedings against and contribution between fortfeasors, and for purposes incidental thereto and connected therewith
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    Ordinance No. 7 of 1963: An Ordinance relating to contributory negligence for purposes connected therewith
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Saint Vincent Government
Gazette

v. 96 no. 9

Bill: Bill for an ordinance to repeal
and replace...




























SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


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VoL.96.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 FEBRUARY, 1963. [No. 9.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 54.
APPOINTMENTS.

ST. VINCENT AUXILIARY POLICE FORCE.

His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the appoint-
ment of Dr. R. R. JAPAL, Senior Medi-
cal Officer, as Honorary Surgeon of the
St. Vincent Auxiliary Police Force with
the Honorary rank of Captain.
19th February, 1963.
(239)

No. 55.
His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the appoint-
ment of the following persons as
Class II Clerks in the General Clerical
Service with effect from the date stated
hereunder:
Mr. WILLIAM HAROLD--Treasury De-
partment with effect from 1st
November, 1962
Miss G. THOMPSON-Post Office with
effect from 1st December, 1962
Miss E. BONADIE-Inland Revenue
Department with effect from 1st
January, 1963
Miss G. MARSHALI,-Statistical De-
partment with effect from 1st Janu-
ary, 1963


Miss J. KIRTON-Post Office with
effect from 1st February, 1963
Mr. W. ENGLISH-Medical Depart-
ment with effect from 1st February,
1963
Miss J. ANDERSON-Inland Revenue
Department with effect from 1st
February, 1963.
19th February, 1963.
(P.Fs. 1293; 1303; 1316; 1318; 1820; 13t2;
1321)

No. 56.
BANK HOLIDAY.
By virtue of a Proclamation issued
with the Gazette of 12th February, 1963
(S.R.& O. No. 5), Tuesday, the 26th
February, 1963, being a Bank Holiday,
all Public Offices will be closed on that
day.
19th February, 1963.
(13.)

No. 40.
TENDERS FOR INSURANCE OF
GOVERNMENT OWNED MOTOR
VEHICLES
Tenders are invited for the Insur-
ance of Government owned Motor Ve-
hicles for the period 21st March 1963
to 20th March 1964.


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34 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 FEBRUARY, 1963.-(No. 9.)


The number of vehicles for which
insurance is required is 120 and tenders
should include quotations for insur-
Wnee against (a) Third Party Risks
(b) Third Party Fire and Theft.
The list of vehicles and insurable
value of each may be obtained on
request from the Accountant General.
Tenders which will be received up to
3.00 p.m. on Thursday 7th March, 1963
must be sealed and addressed to the
Chairman, Public Tenders Committee,
Ministry of Finance. Kingstown and
distinctly marked on 1th envelope
"Tenders for the Insurance of Govern-
ment owned Motor Vehicles".
The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender and
reserves the power of accepting any
part of a tender.
Ministry of Finance
5th February, 1963.
(C.M.F. 23t).

No. 57.
LEGISLATION.

The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified
that Her Majesty the QUEEN will not be
advised to exercise her power of disal-
lowance in respect of the following
Ordinances of this Government:
No. 14 of 1962.-An Ordinance to
sanction certain payments from the
Public Treasury in addition to the
sums already sanctioned under the
Appropriation (1958) Ordinance
1958 (No. 9 of 1958) for the year
ended the thirty-first day of Decem-
ber, One Thousand Nine Hundred
and Fifty-eight.
(F. 15/1957 II.)
No. 15 of 1962.-An Ordinance to
sanction certain payments from the
Public Treasury in addition to the
sums already sanctioned under the
Appropriation (1959) Ordinance
1958 (No. 23 of 1958) for the year
ended the thirty-first day of Decem-
ber, One Thousand Nine Hundred
and Fifty-nine.
(F. 8/1958 II.)
No. 16 of 1962.-An Ordinance to
sanction certain payments from the
Public Treasury in addition to the
sums already sanctioned under the
Appropriation (1960) Ordinance
1959 (No. 12 of 1959) for the year
ended the thirty-first day of Decem-
ber, One Thousand Nine Hundred
and Sixty.
(F. 12/1959.)
19th February, 1963,


No. 58.
The undermentioned Bill is published
with this issue of the Gazette and may
be seen at Government Office, Kings-
town Library, District Post Offices,
Police Stations and at all Revenue
Offices:-

Bill for an Ordinance to repeal and
replace the Co-operative Societies
Ordinance, 1954.
(T.P. 462.)
19th February, 1963.

No. 59.
The undermentioned Ordinances
which have been assented to by His
Honour the Administrator are publish-
ed with this issue of the Gazette:-

No. 3 of 1963.-An Ordinance further
to amend the Legislative Council
(Elections) Ordinance, 1951.
(406.)

No. 4 of 1963.-An Ordinance to
further amend the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1940.
(C.W. 102.)

No. 5 of 1963:-An Ordinance to
amend the Summary Conviction
Offences Ordinance, Cap. 14.
(578.)

No. 6 of 1963.-An Ordinance to
amend the law relating to proceed-
ings against and contribution be-
tween tortfeasors, and for purposes
incidental thereto and connected
therewith.
(1094.)

No. 7 of 1963.-An Ordinance relat-
ing to contributory negligence and
for purposes connected therewith.
(1095.)
19th F bruary, 1963.


No. 60.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Port Elizabeth (Town Exten-
sioin) Housing Scheme is published with
this issue of the Gazette.

By Command,

E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
19th February, 1963.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 FEBRUARY, 1963.-(No. 9.) 31


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

CONTROL DEPARTMENT NOTICE.

With effect from the week commenc-
ing February 10th, 1963, deliveries of
rice and sugar from the Control Depart-
ment's Warehouse will be made on
Monday, Thursdays, Fridays and Sat-
urdays only. There will be no deliv-
eries on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

P. D. O'N. CRICHTON,
Controller of Supplies.
6th February, 1963.


INCOME TAX NOTICES.

To The General Public.

Every person concerned, not being a
Government Officer, is hereby reminded
that the latest date for the submission
of Income Tax Returns for assessment
in the year 1933 is the 31st March, and
that failure to give notice of charge-
ability is an offence against the Income
Tax Ordinance, rendering the person
concerned liable to a fine not exceeding
SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY
DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income
accruing in, derived from the Colony
or elsewhere and whether received in
the Colony or not for the preceding
year, exceeded the statutory limit of
$480.00 is required to submit a return
in the prescribed form notwithstand-
ing that on account of approved de-
ductions no fax may eventually be
chargeable, and particular attention
is directed to the fact that the term
"income" is deemed to include not only
money but also allowances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
forms to such persons. It is to be
clearly understood, however, that the
Income Tax Department is under no
obligation to send a return form to any-
one and that a person is not exonerated
from the statutory liability of making a
return even though a form may not
have been received from the Depart-
ment. Forms may be obtained, on ap-
plication, at the Revenue Offices at
Georgetown, Barrouallie, Bequia and
Union Island, or in any other district
from the Police Station situated therein
or from the Income Tax Department,


Kingstown, where any person requir-
ing information in connection therewith
is invited to enquire.
4. The Form correctly completed,
should be accompanied by all necessary
supporting statements. Specimens of
the form of Account required from
small traders and from occupiers or
cultivators of land will be supplied on
request.

A. J. DASILVA,
Inland Revenue Officer.
Inland Revenue Office,
Kingstown.
3rd January, 1963.


NOTICE.

APPEALS TRIBUNAL.

Notice is hereby given that the
Appeals Tribunal appointed under the
West Indies (Retirement and Compen-
sation) Order in Council, 1962, has ap-
proved Rules for the guidance of per-
sons wishing to appeal to it. Copies of
these Rules are being forwarded to those
persons who have informed the Office of
the Interim Commissioner for the West
Indies that they wish or might wish to
appeal to the Appeals Tribunal. Copies
of these Rules are available on applica-
tion to the following address:-

Office of the Interim Commissioner
for the West Indies,
2 Newbold Street,
St. Clair,
Port-of-Spain,
TRINIDAD.
12th February, 1963.


NOTICE.

BY AUTHORITY OF THE KINGSTOWN
BOARD ORDINANCE, CHAPTER 209

(Revised Edition)

It is hereby notified for public infor-
mation that the Magistrate of the First
District will hold a Special Session at
the Court House, Kingstown, on Wed-
nesday 20th February 1963 at 9.30 in
the forenoon, for the purpose of hear-
ing appeals for which due notice shall
have been given against Assessments














36 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 FEBRUARY, 1963.-(No. 9.)


published in the Assessment Lists for
the town of Kingstown, with respect to
the year 1963.


L. G. E. K.


LEWIS,
Magistrate.


Magistrate's Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
30th January, 1963.



ST. VINCENT.

CENTRAL HOUSING AND
PLANNING AUTHORITY.

RESOLUTION giving notice of a deci-
sion to adopt a Housing Scheme,
for that parcel of land being a
portion of the Town of Port Eliza-
beth, in the Parish of Grenadines,
and to declare the portion of land
a Housing Area.

Section 7 (1) of the Town and Country
Planning Ordinance No. 2 of 1946.
The following RESOLUTION which
was passed at a meeting of the Central
Housing and Planning Authority, held
on the 10th day January, 1968, is
published for general information.
RESOLUTION
BE IT RESOLVED and it is hereby
resolved that the Central Housing and
Planning Authority have this 10th day
of January, 1963, decided to adopt a
Scheme under the provision of Section
7 (1) of the Town and Country Plan-
ning Ordinance No. 2 of 1946 for
ALL that parcel of land being a
portion of the Town of Port Elizabeth,
measuring more or less One Hundred
and Sixty-nine Thousand, Two Hun-
dred and Ninety-two square feet
(169,292 sq. ft.), and bounded on the
North by a Road on the East by re-
maining lands of Town Board, on the
South by lands of Union Estate, and
on the West by a Road. A Plan of
the portion of land bearing number
GR 76 can be seen at the office of the
Crown Surveyor and at the Office of
the Port Elizabeth Town Board.
B. R. NEEHALL,
Secretary & Technical Oficer,
Central Housing and Planning
Authority.
9th February, 1963.


SAINT VINCENT.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS.
A.D. 1960.


Suit No. 130.

Between


SOLOMON JOSEPH
Attorney for Maud
Joseph


LADDY ROBERTS
OLGA HARRY
HENRY ASH
EMILY BROWNE


Plaintiff


Defendants


NOTICE is hereby given that on Satur-
day the 16th March, 1963, between the
hours of 12 o'clock noon and 3.00 p.m.
there will be put up for sale at the Court
House in Kingstown the undermen-
tioned goods and chattels, the property
of the abovementioned Plaintiff, Solo-
mon Joseph, Attorney for Maud Joseph,
levied upon by virtue of a writ of
seizure and sale issued in the above
suit:-

One wooden house with roof covered
with galvanised iron sheets.

Dated this 13th day of February.
1963.

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

Registrar's Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.


NOTICE.

CENTRAL HOUSING & PLANNING
AUTHORITY.

Any person or persons having a
claim to the property of the late
William Small, at the Peniston Hous-
ing Scheme, is hereby notified to
submit such claim in writing to the
Secretary of the Authority, not later
than 30th March, 1963.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 FEBRUARY, 1963.-(No. 9.) 3'


The property comprises One (1) Lot
of Land, measuring more or less Two
thousand Eight hundred square feet
(2,800 sq. ft.), and a 16' X 12' Cement
rendered Wattle House, covered with
galvanize and standing on concrete pil-
lars.
B. R. NEEHALL,
Secretary & Technical Officer.
Kingstown,
15th February, 1963.


THE ST VINCENT BANANA
GROWERS ASSOCIATION.

BIABOU DISTRICT BRANCH.

NOTICE OF MEETING.

All registered growers of the Biabou
District Branch are invited to attend


a meeting of the Branch to be held at
the Biabou Lodge on Wednesday, 20th
February, 1963 at 5 p.m.

AGENDA.
1. Prayers.
2. Reading and confirmation of
minutes of last meeting.
3. Matters arising out of the min-
utes.
4. Growers request result of banana
competition carried out during
1962.
5. Election of a Managing Branch
Committee, for the year 1963.
6. Other business.

FITZROY B. M. KING,
Secretary, District Branch.
19th February, 1963.


AMENDED STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES AND COIN IN CIRCULATION
IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1ST JANUARY, 1963.

Notes Coin
$ $


Average circulation during November,
1962
British Caribbean currency ....
Demonetised Govt. notes -

Total Average ..... ......

British Caribbean Notes and Coin in
circulation on 1st January, 1963


Trinidad & Tobago
Barbados
British Guiana
Grenada -. _
St. Vincent ..
St. Lucia
Dominica -
Antigua _
St. Kitts
Montserrat ...
"PrOof sets" of Coins


89,681,789
970,598

$90,652,387


42,440,530
5,830,225
35,484,875
.- -.. 5,153,100
- 952,300
1,466,000
- 2,444,400
- 4,714,00
789,600
263,900


Demonetised Govt. notes outstanding on
1st January, 1963
Trinidad & Tobago ..... 670,694
British Guiana .......... 234,978
Barbados .... .-. ..... ... ... 63,151

Total demonetised Govt. notes outstand-
ing ...... ....

Total circulation on 1st January, 1963 ......


Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Bpain,
Trinidad.


$4,878,272

4,878,272


2,354,571
711,850
1,052,616
213,800
121,325
144,675
122,725
175,100
144,925
26,100
1,870
$99,539,230 5,069,557


968,823

$100,508,053


$5,069,557


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner
British Caribbean Currency Board


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 30 cents. ]


















SAINT VINCENT.


No. 3 of 1963.

I Assent,

S. H. GRAHAM,

[ L. S. ] Administrator.

13th February, 1963.

AN ORDINANCE further to amend the Legislative Council
(Elections) Ordinance, 1951.

[ 19th February, 1963. ]

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by
and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council of
Saint Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Legislative Council Short title.
(Elections) (Amendment) Ordinance, 1963, and shall be read
as one with the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance, No. 13 of 1931.
1951, (hereinafter referred to as the principal Ordinance) and No of 1952.
No. 37 df 1956.
all amendments thereto. No. 9 of 1960.

2. Section 2 of the principal Ordinance is hereby amended Amendment of
by inserting immediately after the words "returning officer" in etion 2 of
the definition of "election officer" the words-"registration Ordinance.
officer, assistant registration officer, scrutineer,".

3. The principal Ordinance is hereby amended by insert- Insertion of
new section
ing therein immediately after section 8 thereof the following new after section
section:- 8 of principal
Ordinance.







No. 3. Legislative Council (Elections) (Amendment). 1963.

"Scrutineers. 8A. (1) Subject to subsection (2) Qf this
section each political party having a member
or members in the Legislative Council shall be
entitled to nominate persons for appointment
as scrutineers in connection with registrations
under this Ordinance, and the Supervisor shall
appoint each person so nominated to be a
scrutineer; and the Supervisor shall, at the
request of the political party which nominated
a scrutineer, remove such scrutineer from office.
(2) The number of scrutineers ap-
pointed by the Supervisor on the nomination
of a political party &'hall not exceed the number
of enumerators for the time being, and each
scrutineer shall be assigned to an enumerator
by the political party which nominated him.
(3) The PSpervisor may, after con-
sultation with the political party that nomina-
ted a scrutineer for appointment, remove such
scrutineer from office if the Supervisor con-
siders him for good and sufficient cause to be
unfit or incompetent to discharge the duties
of his office, or if such scrutineer at any time
refuses or wilfully neglects to perform any of
his functions under this Ordinance.
(4) Upon his removal from office
under the provisions of subsection (3) of this
section the scrutineer shall forthwith cease to
act in his office and shall not be entitled to any
remuneration in respect of any period of time
after his removal.
(5) A scrutineer who interfers with
an enumerator or with a Registration Officer,
or with a Registration Officer's clerk or with
any of his assistants in connection with a re-
gistration of electors shall be guilty of an
offence against this Ordinance and shall be
liable on summary conviction therefore to a fine
of one hundred dollars or to a term of imprison-
ment of six months.
(6) No registration shall be deemed
to be invalid solely on the ground that the
scrutincers were not or a scrutineer was not in
attendance during the time or any part of the
time that the registration was carried out."








Legislative Council (Elections) (Amendment).


4. Section 23 of the principal Ordinance is hereby amended
by deleting the words "If such statutory declaration is not de-
livered as aforesaid the nomination of such candidate shall be
deemed to be void" appearing at the end of subsection (4)
thereof.

5. The principal Ordinance is hereby amended by inserting
therein immediately after section 24 thereof the following new
section-


"Decisions as to
validity of
nomination
papers.


24A. (1) Where a nomination paper and
the statutory declaration are delivered, and a
deposit is made in accordance with section 23
of this Ordinance, the candidate shall be deemed
to stand nominated unless and until the return-
ing officer decides that the nomination paper is
invalid or proof is given to the satisfaction of
the returning officer of the candidate's death,
or the candidate withdraws.
(2) The returning officer shall be en-
titled to hold a nomination paper invalid only
on one of the following grounds, that is to
say:-
(a) that the particulars of the candidate
or the persons subscribing the paper
are not as required by law;
(b) that the paper is not subscribed as so
required.
(3) The returning officer shall give
his decision on any objection to a nomination
paper as soon as practicable after it is made.
(4) Where the returning officer de-
cides that a nomination paper is invalid, he
shall endorse and sign on the paper the fact
and the reasons for his decision.
(5) The decision of the returning
officer that a nomination paper is valid shall
be final and shall not be questioned in any
proceeding whatever.
(6) Subject to the immediately pre-
ceeding subsection nothing in this section
shall prevent the validity of a nomination
paper being questioned on an election petition
lodged pursuant to the provisions of section
73 of this Ordinance.


Amendment of
section 23 of
principal
Ordinance .


Insertion of
new section
after section
24 of principal
Ordinance.


No. 3.


1963.








Legislative Council (Elections) (Amendment).


Replacement of
sections 48A
and 48B of
principal
Ordinance.


6. Sections 48A and 48B of the principal Ordinance are
hereby repealed and in place thereof the following hew section
shall be substituted.


"Constable on
duty to be
entitled to vote
at any polling
station.


48A. Where a constable is or is likely
to be, on the day of any election, sent or em-
ployed in the discharge of his duty so as to
prevent him voting at the polling station
at which he would otherwise be entitled by
law to vote, the following provisions shall have
effect:-
(1) Such constable may, at any time with-
in seven days before the election,
apply to the Chief of Police for a
certificate, and the Chief of Police
shall thereupon give a certificate
under his hand, stating the name of
the constable, his number in the police
force, his number and description on
the register of voters, and the fact
that he is so sent or employed;
(2) The presiding officer at any polling
station shall on production by such
constable of the said certificate, allow
him to vote at that station, and shall
forthwith cancel the said certificate,
and deal with the same in like manner
as the counterfoils of voting papers
are directed by law to be dealt with;
(3) No such constable shall under this
section, be entitled to vote at any
election at which he would not but
for this section, be entitled to vote, nor
more than once in any election, and if
he so votes, or attempts to vote, he
shall be subject to all the penalties
imposed by law :on a person person-
ating or attempting to personate a
voter at such election;

(4) In this section-
"Constable" includes any person be-
longing to the Saint Vincent Police
Force.


No. 3.


1963.







No. 3. Legislative Council (Elections) (Amendment). 1963.


"Chief of Police" includes any person
for the time being in command of
the Saint Vincent Police Force or
acting in that capacity.".

7. The principal Ordinance is hereby amended by insert- Insertion of
ing immediately after section 68 thereof the following new new section
section :- after section
68 of principal
Ordinance.
"Name and 68A. (1) A person shall not-
address of
.printer on
election (a) print or publish, or cause to be
publications, printed or published any bill,
placard or poster having refer-
ence to an election or any print-
ed document distributed for the
purpose of promoting or pro-
curing the election of a candi-
date; or

(b) post or cause to be posted any
such bill, placard or poster as
aforesaid; or

(c) distribute or cause to be dis-
tributed any printed document
for the said purpose,
unless the bill, placard, poster or docu-
ment bears upon the face thereof the
name and address of the printer and
publisher.
(2) For the purposes of this section,
any process for multiplying copies of a docu-
ment, other than copying it by hand, shall be
deemed to be printing, and the expression
"printer" shall be construed accordingly.
(3) A candidate or election agent
acting in contravention of this section shall be
guilty of an illegal practice, and any other per-
son so acting shall be liable, on summary con-
viction, to a fine of five hundred dollars.".

8. The principal Ordinance is hereby amended by insert- Insertion of
ing therein immediately after section 75 thereof, the following new section
after section
new section:- 75 of principal
Ordinance.







Legislative Council (Elections) (Amendment).


Amendment of
First Schedule
of principal
Ordinance.
Repeal of
Third Schedule
of principal
Ordinance.


"Non-compliance 75A. Notwithstanding anything in the
with rules, etc., provisions of this Ordinance no election shall
when not to be declared invalid by reason of non-compli-
invalidate
election. ance with the provisions of this Ordinance or
of the rules thereto or of the regulations made
thereunder, or any mistake in the use of the
forms prescribed under this Ordinance, if it
appears to the tribunal having cognizance of
the question that the election was conducted
in accordance with the principles laid down
in this Ordinance, and that such non-compli-
ance or mistake did not affect the result of the
election.".

9. For forms 26 and 26A contained in the First Schedule
to the principal Ordinance the forms 1 and 1A in the Schedule
to this Ordinance shall be substituted.

10. The Third Schedule to the principal Ordinance is
hereby repealed.


SCHEDULE.


FORM I.


Section 9.


THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

Statutory Declaration of a person nominated as a Candidate for election
as a Member of the Legislative Council.

Qualification of
nominated as a candidate for election as a member of the Legislative Council
for the Electoral District of
I
of in the
of do solemnly and sincerely
declare as follows:-
That I am duly qualified to be elected as a Member of the Legislative
Council for this Electoral District, and that-


No. 3.


1963.







No. 3. Legislative Council (Elections) (Amendment). 1963.


1. I am a British subject of the age of twenty-one years or upwards;
2. *I have resided in Saint Vincent for a period of twelve months im-
mediately before the date of my nomination for election;
*I have been domiciled in Saint Vincent and am resident therein at the
date of my nomination for election;
3. *I am able to speak and read the English language with a degree of
proficiency sufficient to enable me to take an active part in the pro-
ceedings of the Legislative Council;
*I am able to speak the English language with a degree of proficiency
sufficient to enable me to take an active part in the proceedings of the
Legislative Council but 1 am incapable on account of
of reading it;
4. I am not by virtue of my own act, under any acknowledgement of
allegiance, obedience or adherence to a foreign power or state;
5. I am not holding or acting in any public office or the office of a Judge
of the Supreme Court;
6. I am not a minister of religion;
7. I am not an undischarged bankrupt;
8. I am not disqualified for membership of the Legislative Council by any
law enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent by reason of my
having any such interest in any such Government contract as may be
prescribed by any such law;
9. I am not a person certified to be insane or otherwise adjudged to be
of unsound mind under any law in force in Saint Vincent;
10. I am not under sentence of death;
11. I am not serving a sentence of imprisonment exceeding twelve months
imposed on me nor am I under such a sentence of imprisonment the
execution of which has been suspended;
12. I am not disqualified for membership of the Legislative Council by
virtue of any law enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent relating
to offences connected with elections;
13. I am not disqualified for membership of the Legislative Council by any
law enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent by reason of my
holding or acting in any office, the functions of which involve-
(i) any responsibility for or in connection with, the conduct of any
election; or
(ii) any responsibility for the compilation or revision of any elec-
toral register.
And I make this declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true
and according to the Oaths Abolition Act, Chapter 25, and I am aware that if
there is any statement in this declaration which is false in fact which I know
Delete if not applicable.







No. 3. Legislative Council (Elections) (Amendment), 19683


or believe to be false or do not believe to be true, I am liable to fine and im-
prisonment.

Signed:

Declared before me this day of 19


Signed:


FORM IA. Section 9.

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

Statutory Declaration of Agent of a person nominated as a candidate for
election as a member of the Legislative Council.

Qualification of
nominated as candidate for election as a member of the Legislative Council for
the Electoral District of
I
of in the
of do solemnly and sincerely
declare as follows:-
That is duly
qualified to be elected a member of the Legislative Council for this Electoral
District, and that-
1. He is a British subject of the age of twenty-one years or upwards;
2. *He has resided in jaint Vincent for a period of twelve months im-
mediately before the date of his nomination for election;
*He is domiciled in Saint Vincent and is resident therein at the date
of his nomination for election;
3. *He is able to speak and write the English language with a degree of
proficiency sufficient to enable him to take an active part in the pro-
ceedings of the Legislative Council;
*He is able to speak the English language with a degree of proficiency
sufficient to enable him to take an active part in the proceedings- of

Delete if not applicable.







No, 8. Legislative Council (Elections) (Amendment). 1963.


the Legislative Council but he is incapable on account of
of reading it;
4. He is not by virtue of his own act under any acknowledgment of
allegiance, obedience or adherence to a foreign power or state;
5. He is. not holding or acting in any public office or the office of a
Judge of the Supreme Court;
6. He is not a minister of religion;
7. He is not an undischarged bankrupt;
8. He is not disqualified for membership of the Legislative Council by
any law enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent by reason of his
having any such interest in any such Government contract as may be
prescribed by any such law;
9. He is not a person certified to be insane or otherwise adjudged to be
of unsound mind under any law in force in Saint Vincent;
10. He is not under sentence of death;
11. He is not serving a sentence of imprisonment exceeding twelve months
imposed on him nor is he under such a sentence of imprisonment the
execution of which has been suspended;
12. He is not disqualified for membership of the Legislative Council by
virtue of any law enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent relating
to offences connected with election;
13. He is not disqualified for membership of the Legislative Council by
any law enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent by reason of his
holding or acting in any office the functions of which involve-
(i) any responsibility for or in connection with the conduct of
any election; or
(ii) any responsibility for the compilation or revision of any elec-
toral register.
And I make this declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true
and according to the Oaths Abolition Act, Chapter 25, and I am aware that if
there is any statement in this declaration which is false in fact which I know
or believe to be false or do not believe to be true, I am liable to fine and im-
prisonment.
Signed:

Declared before me this day of 19


Signed:






















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SAINT VINCENT.

No. 4 of 1963.

I Assent,

S. H. GRAHAM,
[ LS. .] Administrator.

13th February, 1963.
AN ORDINANCE to further amend the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic Ordinance, 1940.

[ 19th February, 1963. ]
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by
and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council of
Saint Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Motor Vehicles Short title.
and Road Traffic (Amendment) Ordinance, 1963, and shall be
read as one with the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordi- No. 20 of 1940.
nance, 1940 (hereinafter referred to'as the principal Ordinance) No. 26 of 1943.
and all amendments thereto. No. 1 of 1944.
No. 15 of 1948.
No. 2 of 1952.
No. 32 of 1952.
No. 26 of 1954.
No. 6 of 1956.
No. 33 of 1959.
No. 18 of 1960.
2. Section 59 of the principal Ordinance (which relates Amendment of
to appeals against disqualification) is hereby amended by re- section 59 of
numbering the section "59 (1)" and by adding at the end eric
thereof the following subsection:-


















16

Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment).


"Rule for
determining
end of period
of disqualifica-
tion.


(2) In determining the expiration of the
period for which a person is disqualified by an
order of a court made in consequence of a con-
viction for holding or obtaining a licence, any
time after the conviction during which the
disqualification was suspended or he was not
disqualified, shall be disregarded."


Passed the Legislative Council this. 7th day of February, 1963.

0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of Legislative Council.

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SAINT VINCENT

No. 5 of 1963.

I Assent,


S. H. GRAHAM,
Administrator.


[ L.S. ]


13th February, 1963.

AN ORDINANGE to amend the Summary Conviction Offences
Ordinance, Cap. 14.
[ 19th February, 1963. ]

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by
and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council of
Saint Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Summary Convic- Short title.
tion Offences (Amendment) Ordinance, 1963, and shall be read
as one with the Summary Conviction Offences Ordinance Cap. 14.
(hereinafter referred to as "the principal Ordinance") and all
amendments thereto.


2. For section 132 of the principal Ordinance the follow-
ing shall be substituted:-


"Molesting
Magistrate or
justice or
person employed
by such.


132. Every person who-
(a) obstructs, prevents, disturbs, molests or
hinders any magistrate, or justice of the
peac-, or any person employed by him,
in the exercise of his duties under this
Ordinance or under any other Act or
Ordinance;


Repeal and
replacement
of section
132 of
principal
Ordinance.















Summary Conviction Offences (Amendment).


Threat, abuse,
or insult to
magistrate or
justice, by
message or
letter.


(b) uses any threatening, abusive, or in-
sulting language, or sends any threaten-
ing or insulting message or letter, to any
magistrate or justice of the peace in
respect of his duties,
shall, on being convicted thereof before any
magistrate, not being the magistrate so obstruc-
ted, prevented, disturbed, molested, hindered,
threatened, or insulted, be liable to a penalty
of one hundred dollars or to imprisonment for
three months, and, on a second or any subse-
quent conviction for such offence shall be liable
to imprisonment for six months."


ving. 3. Nothing in this Ordinance shall affect the liability or
trial of a person, or the punishment of a person, under any sen-
tence passed or to be passed in respect of any act done or
commenced before the commencement of this Ordinance.


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O. S. BARROW,
Clerk of Legislative Council.


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SAINT VINCENT.

No. 6 of 1963.

I Assent,


S. H. GRAHAM,


[ L. S. ]


Administrator.


13th February, 1963.

AN ORDINANCE to amend the law relating to proceedings
against and contribution between tortfeasors, and for
purposes incidental thereto and connected therewith.

[ 19th February, 1963. ]
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by
and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council of
Saint Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Law Reform Short title.
(Tortfeasors) Ordinance, 1963.
2. (1) Where damage is suffered by any person as a Proceedings
result of a tort (whether or not such tort is also a crime)- against and
contribution.
(a) judgment recovered against any tortfeasor liable in between
respect of such damage shall not be a bar to an action tortfeasors.
against any other person who would, if sued, have
been liable as a joint tortfeasor in respect of such
damage;
(b) if more than one action is brought in respect of such
damage by or on behalf of the person by whom it was
suffered, or for the benefit of the estate, or of the wife,







No. 6. Law Reform (Tortfeasors). 1963.


husband, parent or child, of such person, against tort-
feasors liable in respect of the damage (whether as
joint tortfeasors or otherwise) the sums recoverable
under the judgments given in those actions by way of
damages shall nbit iii the aggregate exceed the
amount of 'the daihages awarded by the judgment
first given, a'~d iri' aiiy of those actions, other than
that in which judgment is first given, the plaintiff
shall not be entitled to costs unless the Court is of
opinion that there was reasonable ground for bringing
the action;
(c) any tortfeasor liable in respect of such damage may
recover contribution from any other tortfeasor who is,
or would if sued have been, liable in respect of the
same damage, (whether as a joint tortfeasor or other-
wise) so, however, that no person shall be entitled to
recover contribution under this section frmi any per-
s'onentitled to be indemnified by him in respect of the
liability in respect of which contribution is sought.

(2) In any proceedings for contribution under this sec-
tion the amount of the contribution recoverable from any per-
son shall be such as may be found by the Court to be just and
e'qiiitable having regard to the extent of that person's responsi-
bility for the damage, and the Court shall have power to exempt
any person from liability to make contribution, or to direct that
the contribution to be recovered from- any person shall amount
to a ebinplete indemiiity.

(3) For the purposes of this section-
(a) (i) the expression "parent" means father or mother,
stepfather or st6pniother, 'adopted father or
adopted mother, grandfather or grandmother;
(ii) the expression "child" means son or daughter,
stepson or stepdaughter, adopted son or adop-
ted daughter under the provisions of the Adop-
No. 7 of 1959. tion of Children Ordinance, 1959, or a grandson
or granddaughter; and
(b) the reference to "the judgment first given" shall, in
a case where that judgment is reversed on appeal,
be construed as a reference to the judgment first
given which is not so reversed and, in a case where
a judgment is varied on appeal, be construed as a
reference to that judgment'as'so varfid. :

















21

No. 6. Law Reform (Tortfeasors). 1963.


3. Nothing in this Ordinance shall- Saving.
S(a) apply with respect to any tort committed before
the commencement of this Ordinance; or
(b) affect any criminal proceedings against any person
in respect of any wrongful act; or
(c) render enforceable any agreement for indemnity
which would not have been enforceable if this
Ordinance had not been passed.



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SAINT VINCENT.

No. 7 of 1963.

I Assent,

S. H. GRAHAM,

[ L.S. ] Administrator.
13th February, 1963.

AN ORDINANCE relating to contributory negligence and for
purposes connected therewith.
[ 19th February, 1963. ]

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by
and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council of
Saint Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Law Reform Short title.
(Contributory Negligence) Ordinance, 1963.
2. In this Ordinance- Interpretation.
"Court" means, in relation to any claim, the Court or
arbitrator by or before whom the claim falls to be
determined;
"damage" includes loss of life and personal injury;
dependantt" means any person for whose benefit an
action could be brought under the Compensation for Cap. 75.
Injuries Ordinance;







Law Reform (Contributory Negligence).


No. 21 of 1939.


Apportionment
of liability in
case of
contributory
negligence.


C p. 75.


"employer" and "workman" have the same meaning
as in the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance;
"fault" means negligence, breach of statutory duty or
other act or omission which gives rise to a liability in
tort or would, apart from this Ordinance, give rise to
the defence of contributory negligence.


3. (1) Where any person suffers damage as the result
partly of his own fault and partly of the fault of any other
person or persons, a claim in respect of that damage shall not
be defeated by reason of the fault of the person suffering the
damage, but the damages recoverable in respect thereof shall
be reduced to such extent a; the Court thinks just and equitable
having regard to the claimant's share in the responsibility for
the damage:
Provided that-
(a) this subsection shall not operate to defeat any
defence arising under a contract;
(b) where any contract or enactment providing for
the limitation of liability is applicable to the
claim, the amount of damages recoverable by the
claimant by virtue of this subsection shall not
exceed the maximum limit so applicable.
(2) Where damages are recoverable by any person
by virtue of the foregoing subsection subject to such reduction
as is therein mentioned, the Court shall find and record the
total damages which would have been recoverable if the
claimant had not been at fault.
(3) Section 2 of the Law Reform (Tortfeasors)
Ordinance, 1963, (which relates to proceedings against, and
contribution between, joint and several tortfeasors), shall
apply in any case where two or more persons are liable or
would, -if they had all been sued, be liable by virtue of sub-
section (1) of this section in respect of the damage suffered
by any person.
(4) Where any person dies as the result partly of his
own fault and partly of the fault of any other person or per-
sons in circumstances in which if such person had not died but
had suffered other damage, the damages recoverable on a claim
in respect of such other damage would be reduced under sub-
section (1) of tlis section, any damages recoverable in an
action brought for the benefit of the dependants of such per-
gon under the Compensation for Injuries Ordinance shall be
reduced to a proportionate extent.


No. 1.


1963.







Law Reform (Contributory Negligence).


(5) Where, in any case to which subsection (1) of this
section applies, one of the persons at fault avoids liability to
any other such person or his personal representative by plead-
ing any enactment limiting the time within which proceedings
may be taken, he shall not be entitled to recover any damages
or contributions from that other person or representative by
virtue of the said subsection.
(6) Where any case to which subsection (1) of this
section applies is tried with a jury, the jury shall determine
the total damages which would have been recoverable if the
claimant had not been at fault and the extent to which those
damages are to be reduced.
(7) Article 21 of the Convention contained in the
First Schedule of the Carriage by Air Act, 1932, and applied
to this Island by Orders in Council made under sections 3 and
4 of that Act (which empowers a court to exonerate wholly
or partly a carrier who proves that the damage was caused by
or contributed to by the negligence of the injured person)
shall have effect subject to the provisions of this section.

4. (1) Where, within the time limited for the taking of
proceedings under the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance,
an action is brought to recover damages independently of the
said Ordinance in respect of an injury or disease giving rise
to a claim for compensation under the said Ordinance, and it
is determined in that action that-
(a). damages are recoverable independently of the
said Ordinance, subject to such reduction as is
mentioned in subsection (1) of the foregoing sec-
tion of this Ordinance; and
(b) the employer would have been liable to pay com-
pensation under the Workmen's Compensation
Ordinance;
subsection (4) of section 3 of the Workmen's Compensation
Ordinance, 1939, or any enactment to the like effect, which
enables the Court on dismissal of an action to recover damages
independently of the said Ordinance, to assess and award com-
pensation under the said Ordinance, shall apply in all respects
as if the action had been dismissed, and, if the claimant chooses
to have compensation assessed and awarded in accordance
with the said subsection (4), or similar enactment as the case
may be, no damages shall be recoverable in the said action.
(2) Where a workman or his personal representative
or dependent has recovered compensation under the Workmen's
Compensation Ordinance, in respect of an injury caused under


Provision as
to workmen
and employers.


No. 21 C 193%.


No. 7.


1963.












No. 7. Law Beform (Contributory Negligence). 1963.


circumstances which would give a right to recover reduced
damages in respect thereof by virtue of section 3 of this
Ordinance from some person other than the employer (herein-
after referred to as "the third party"), any right conferred by
the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, on the person by
whom the compensation was paid, or on any person called on to
pay an indemnity under that Ordinance, to be indemnified by
the third party shall be limited to a right to be indemnified
in respect of such part only of the sum so paid or payable by
the said person as bears to the total sum so paid or payable
the same proportion as the said reduced damages bear to the
total damages which would have been recoverable if the
workman had not been at fault.
Saving for 5. (1) This Ordinance shall not apply to any claim to
Cnntions which section 1 of the Maritime Conventions Act, 1911, applies
Act, 1911, and and that Act shall have effect as if this Ordinance had not been
past cases. passed.

(2) This Ordinance shall not apply to any case where
the acts or omissions giving rise to the claim occurred before
the passing of this Ordinance.


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Section 6 of the Town and Country Planning Ordinance, No. 2 of 1946.

(Gazetted 19th February, 1963.)

1. Introductory. The scheme set out hereunder gives effect to a resolu-
tion passed by the Bequia District Council, on the 10th May, 1962, declaring
their intention of preparing a Town Extension Scheme covering a portion of
the area brought within the boundaries of Port Elizabeth by resolution of
the Legislative Council dated 18th January, 1949.

2. Joint Nature of Scheme. The Scheme shall be executed jointly by
the Central Housing and Planning Authority and the Bequia District CounciJ
constituted under the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Ordinance,
(No. 2 of 1946).

3. Designation of Scheme. The Scheme shall be dteignated The Port
Elizabeth (Town Extension) Housing Scheme, 1963.

4. Area Covered by Scheme. The area covered by the Scheme shall
comprise all that area of land being a portion of the Town of Port Elizabeth,
shown on Plan Gr. 76 prepared by licensed Land Surveyor, C. E. Williams
and registered in the Land and Surveys Office on the 24th October, 1959.

5. Objects of Scheme. The objects of the Scheme are to provide for the
orderly and progressive development of the area as an integral part of the
Town of Port Elizabeth by-
(a) laying out the said area in regular building lots,
(b) constructing streets and drains, and
(c) providing a standpipe water supply as far as may be practicable
having regard to the location and size of the water catchment
area adjoining the Town.

6. Allocation of Building Lots. (1) The allocation of building lots shall
rest with the Bequia District Council.

7. Sale of Building Lots. (1) Persons desirous of purchasing lots shall
apply in writing to the Bequia District Council.
(2) The lots Nos. 1 to 10, 13, 16, 18, 21, and 22 shown on the said Plan
shall be sold at two cents per sq. ft. and lots Nos. 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19 and 23
shall be sold at three cents per sq. ft.: Provided that a purchaser on applica-
tion may be allowed to make a down-payment of not less than one-third of
the purchase money and to enter into an agreement to pay the remainder
within a period of two years.







(3) In every case whete the remainder of the purchase money is
not- paid within the said period of two years,' interest at a rate of four per
cent per annum on the unpaid balance shall thereafter become payable, and
shall become due on demand at such periods as the Bequia District Council
may determine.
(4) It shall be of the essence of every sale of and of every agreement
for the sale of Building lots comprised within the area of land covered by the
Scheme that a purchaser of a lot shall within three years from- the date of his
being let into possession thereof construct a building in conformity with the
Scheme:

Provided that in the event of a failure by a purchaser to construct a
building within such prescribed period of time the Bequia District Council may
serve a notice of their intention to rescind the sale or the agreement for sale
unless the completion of a building takes place within a further specified
period of time and if the building is not completed within such extended period
of time the Bequia District Council may rescind the agreement on returning
without interest thereon the sum or sums of money which the purchaser may
have previously paid under the terms of his agreement:

Provided 'also that whenever the Bequia District Council rescinds a
contract of sale or: account of 'a failure bhy a purc-)b i;r to comp!et" ilh
erection of a building it shall permit the purchaser to remove all building
material belonging to him which may be lying on the land and also to disannex
or remove any incompleted building which he may have affixed to the land
provided that such fixture can be removed without material damage to the
freehold.

Notwithstanding anything contained in this section a purchaser may
not later than 14 days after the expiration of the said notice of intention by
the Bequia District Council apply to the Judge of the Supreme Court sitting
in Chambers for an extension of time within which to complete his building.

8. Building Regulations. The Public Health (Buildings) Regulations,
1946, and all amendments thereto shall apply in addition to the following
provisions-
(a) No Building or structure of any kind shall be constructed of
wattle-and-daub or covered with trash, grass or other material
not approved by the Local Authority.
(b) Every lot shall have access to a public road.
(c) No kitchen, garage or other outhouse shall be occupied for
living or sleeping purposes.

9. Persons to Rectify Departures from the Regulations if called upon by
the Clerk to do so. (1) Any authorised person who executes work to which$
any of the regulations or of the additional provisions contained in the immedi-
ately preceding section apply and who receive notice from the Clerk in writing,
at any reasonable time during the progress or after the completion of the work,







specifying any matters in respect of which the erection or execution may be
in contravention of these regulations or additional provisions and requiring
such person within a time specified, to cause anything done contrary to any
of these regulations or additional provisions to be amended or to do anything
which by any such regulations or additional provisions may be required to
be done, but which has been omitted to be done, shall, within the time specified,
comply with the several requirements and shall deliver to the Clerk within a
reasonable time, a notice of the completion of such work.

10. Roads. No main road shall be less than sixteen feet in width and
no access road shall be less than eight feet wide.

11. Overgrowth of Bush and Trees. With a view to preventing the
overgrowth of bush and trees and as a means of promoting the amenities of
the area no person shall be allowed to plant any standing tree which produces
heavy foliage without the permission in writing of the Bequia District
Council, provided that nothing herein stated shall apply to flowering or
ornamental trees.

12. Financial Provisions. The scheme shall be financed from the pro-
ceeds of the sale of building lots and from such sums as may be made available
to the Bequia District Council from Colony funds.
(2) The Bequia District Council, shall, subject to the provisions of
the Local Government Ordinance, 1951, No. 17 of 1951 of the Laws of Saint
Vincent, be responsible for collecting and applying all funds accruing to the
Scheme.


Made by the Bequia District Council under the provisions of section 6 (2)
of the Town and Country Planning Ordinance 1946 and approved by resolution
of the said Authority on this 6th day of December, 1962.

CLAUDE PETERS,
Chairman,
Bequia District Council.


Adopted by the Central Housing and Planning Authority under the
provisions of section 7 of the Town and Country Planning Ordinance 1946,
No. 2 of 1946, by resolution dated this 10th day of January, 1963.

OTHNEIL SYLVESTER,
Chairman,
Central Housing & Planning Authority.

B. R. NEEHALL,
Secretary,
Central Housing & Planning Authority.

























4

Approved by the Administrator in Council under,the Authority of Section
8'of the Town and Country Planning Ordinance 1946, No. 2 of 1946, this 5th
day of February, 1963.

GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.


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