• TABLE OF CONTENTS
HIDE
 Main
 Statutory Rules and Orders No....
 Statutory Rules and Orders No....
 Statutory Rules and Orders No....














Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00077473/00687
 Material Information
Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
Alternate Title: Government gazette
St. Vincent government gazette
Physical Description: v. : ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Saint Vincent
Publisher: G.P.O.
Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
Kingstown St. Vincent
Publication Date: March 19, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Gazettes -- Periodicals -- Saint Vincent   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
legislation   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines -- Saint Vincent
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 111, no. 1 (Tues., 3 Jan. 1978); title from caption.
General Note: Supplements which accompany some numbers contain extraordinary issues, ordinances, statutory rules of order, etc.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00077473
Volume ID: VID00687
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 19844741
lccn - sn 89018505
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Government gazette

Table of Contents
    Main
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 7: The Price Control (Sugar) Regulations, 1963
        Page A-13
        Page A-14
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 8: The Shops (Hours of Opening and Employment) Order, 1963
        Page A-15
        Page A-16
        Page A-17
        Page A-18
        Page A-19
        Page A-20
        Page A-21
        Page A-22
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 9: The Motor vehicles and road traffic (Amendment) Regulations, 1963
        Page A-23
        Page A-24
Full Text

























SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

4ubliihed b6 luthorifl.


VOL. 96.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 MARCH, 1963. [No. 14.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES. No. 81.
VACANT POST.
No. 78.
CONFIRMATION.
CONFIRMATION. POST OF LINESMAN, TELEPHONES
Mr. CECIL KING has been confirmed DEPARTMENT, ST. VINCENT.
in the post of Time/Tool Checker,
Mechanical Division, Public Works De- Applications are invited for the
apartment, with effect from 5th March, vacant post of Linesman, Telephones
1962. Department. The post is pensionable
19th March, 1963. with salary in the scale $1,032 x $84-
(P.F. 1359.) 41,284 x $96-$1,572. Commencing
salary in the scale will depend on the
candidate's qualifications and experi-
ence.


No. 79.
APPOINTMENT.

Mr. JOSHITA JACKSON as a Senior
Agricultural Instructor with effect from
1st August, 1962.
19th March, 1963.
(P.F. 606.)


No. 80.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.

Mr. M. M. SCOTT as Deputy Post-
master and Accountant, General Post
Office, with effect from 1st April, 1963.
19th March, 1963.
(P.F. (40.)


2. Applicants should have at least
two years service with a telephone com-
pany or department. They should
possess a working knowledge of mag-
neto and C.B.S. telephone equipment.
They should be able to splice cable, lay
lines and repair telephone equipment.
3. The duties of the post include the
maintenance of lines and equipment
and such other duties as may be allo-
cated to him by the Superintendent of
Public Works.
4. Applications stating age, qualifi-
cations and experience should be sub-
mitted, along with two recent testimo-
nials, to the Chief Secretary, Govern-
ment Office, not later than 30th March,
1963.
19th March, 1963.


15-5- 72
I %555
















60 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 MARCH, 1963.-(No. 14.)


No. 82.
LEGISLATION.

The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-

S.R. & O. No. 7.-The Price Control
(Sugar) Regulations, 1963.
(T.P. 437.)

S.R. & O. No. 8.-The Shops (Hours
of Opening and Employment) Or-
der, 1963.


S.R. & O. No. 9.-The
and Road Traffic
Regulations, 1963.
(Secretariat 1109.)


Motor Vehicles
(Amendment)


19th March, 1963.

No. 83.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

Copies of the Minutes of the Sitting
of the Legislative Council held on 7th
February, 1963 which may be seen at
Government Office, the Kingstown Li-
brary and at all Revenue Offices are
published with this issue of the Gazette.
19th March, 1963.

No. 84.
The Statement of Assets and Liabili-
ties of the Colony of St. Vincent as at
31st January, 1962, is published with
this issue of the Gazette.

By Command,

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


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

INCOME TAX NOTICE.

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 1963 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 tax 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.
12th March, 1963.


ST. VINCENT CIVIL SERVICE
ASSOCIATION.

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING.

To: ALL MEMBERS.
The Annual General Meeting of the
abovenamind Association has been fixed
for the 25th March, 1963 at 7.30 p.m.
at the Court House, Kingstown.
Only financial members will be per-
mitted to take part in this meeting.

R. I. SAMUEL,
Honorary Secretary.
12th March, 1963.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 MARCH, 1963.-(No. 14.) 61


TREASURY NOTICE.

INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT.

NOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the "Income Tax Ordinance", their properties having been
levied upon will be offered for sale at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday 30th March 1963,
at the Inland Revenue Department, Kingstown for the recovery of taxes due.

P. D. O'N. CRICHTON,
Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent, W.I.
7th March, 1963.

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


1. BACCHUS, Lloyd
2. BROWNE, Conrad







3. CAIN, Alphaeus


4. CATO, Matthias
5. CONNELL, Arthur
6. HAZELL, Claude
7. Jonx, Francis
8. LASIILEY, Courtney




9. VEIRA, George A.
LO. KIoG, Roy


ST. VINCENT.


Arnos Vale One House and Spot.
Kingstown One Wooden Waggonette,
Two Sitting Chairs,
One Wooden Table,
Six Plastic Glasses,
Three Rum Punch Glasses,
Five Large Drinking Glasses,
Five Small Rum Glasses,
Two Glass Sugar Bowls,
One Glass Mug.
Kingstown One Bicycle with Carrier,
One Wooden Ironing Board,
One Wooden Desk.
Mesopotamia One House and Spot.
Kingstown One Volkswagen Car P874.
Montrose One House and Spot
Belair One Ford Consul Car P1721.
Edinboro One Bureau.
One China Cabinet,
One Centre Table,
Two Morris Chairs,
One Morris Rocking Chair.
Kingstown One Vauxhall Car P-1480.
Diamonds One Wolseley Car P-1435.


RESOLUTION.


CENTRAL HOUSING AND BE IT RESOLVED and is is hereby
RESOLVED that the Central Housing
PLANNING AUTHORITY. and Planning Authority have this 28th
day of February, 1963, decided to pre-
RESOLUTION giving notice of a deci- pare a Scheme under the provision of
sion to prepare a Housing Scheme Section 7 of the Town and Country
on a portion of the South Rivers Planning Ordlitm(:i! No. 2 oL 1941, for
Estate commonly known as Island ALL that parcel of land lying in
Piece, and situated in the Parish of the Parish of Charlotte aid being a
Charlotte, and to declare the por- portion of the South Rivers Estates,
tion of land a Housing Area. nm.nnlv lmnwn 'T1i,-irl P;,,"'


Section 7 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 on
the 28th day of February, 1963, is pub-
lished for general information.


having an area of more or less Seven
(7) Acres and bounded on the North
by Colonarie River, on the South by
a Canal, on the East by Private Lands
and on the West by Private Lands and
a Road.
A Plan bearing No. C3/110 showing
the portion of land can be seen at the


































62 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 MARCH, 1963.-(No. 14.)


Office of the Crown Surveyor and at the
Office of the Central Housing and Plan-
ning Authority.

B. R. NEEHALL,
Secretary & Technical Officer,
Central Housing and Planning
Authority.
6th March, 1963.


SAINT VINCENT.

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


the hours of 12.00 o'clock noon and
3.00 p.m. there will be put up for sale
at the Court House in Kingstown the
undermentioned goods and chattels, the
property of the abovenamed defendant,
Horace Woods, levied upon by virtue of
a writ of seizure and sale issued in the
above suit:-

One wooden house with two bed-
rooms, roof covered with galvanized
iron sheets, situated at Richland
Park


Dated this 7th day of March, 1963.


SUIT No. 53/60
GEORGE BAILEY
and
HORACE WOODS

NOTICE is hereby gi
Saturday the 30th March,


Act
-Plaintiff

-Defendant
Registrar's Office,
ven that on Kingstown,
1963 between St. Vincent.


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


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






















SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORD

1963, No. 7.


PRICE CONTROL (SUGAR) REGULATIONS.


(Gazetted 19th March, 1963.)


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Price Control
(Sugar) Regulations, 1963.
2. Interpretation. In these Regulations-
"Area "A"" means the town of Kinsgtown and within one mile
thereof;
"Area "B" means all other places throughout the Colony.
3. Maximum Prices of Sugar. From and after the coming into force of
these Regulations the prices set out in the Schedule to these Regulations shall
be the maximum selling prices at which the sugar described in the said
Schedule may be sold in the areas mentioned in the said Schedule.
4. Offences and Penalty. (1) Any person who sells or offers or attempts
or agrees to sell any sugar described in the Schedule to these Regulations at
a price higher than the maximum price permitted by these Regulations shall
be guilty of an offence and :shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not
exceeding one hundred dollars or on a second or subsequent conviction to a
fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars.
(2) For the purposes of this regulation a person shall be deemed to
sell or to offer or attempt or agree to sell as the rcase may be whether or not
such sale or such offer or attempt or agreement to sell be effected by him
personally or through an agent or employee.
5. Revocation. The Price Control (Sugar) Regulations, 1960 (S.R. & 0.
1960, No. 10) are hereby revoked.




W % 7--

' 5-s




























SCHEDULE


Article.


SUGAR-Mt. Bentinck-

Dark Crystals-
Per 100 lb. lots of
1- 4 bags
5- 50
51-100 ,,

Straw Crystals--
Per 100 lb. in lots of
1- 4 bags
5- 50 ,,
51-100 ,,

SUGAR-Imported-
Washed Grey or Grey
Crystals-


Maximum
Wholesale
Price.






$10.03
9.80
9.37



$11.89
11.62
11.10




$10.23
per 100 lbs.


Maximum Retail Price.

Area "A" 1 Area "B"


11 per lb.






130 per Ib.


111/2# per lb.






13/2 per lb.


110 per lb. 11'/9 per lb.


Made by the Administrator in Council under section 3 of the Supplies
(Control) Ordinance, 1954 (No. 10 of 1954) this 13th day of February, 1963.
GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.


Approved by the Legislative Council this 14th day of March, 1963.

O. S. BARROW,
Clerk of Iegislative Council.
(T.P. 437.)

PWINTr BY THE GOVERNMENT PBIU ER AT TMH GOVERNMENT PAINTING OFFICE,
KINaGTOWN, ST. VINCMHT.


[Price 8 cents.]


1963.























SAINT VINCENT. 1' 1

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS

1963, No. 8. IMAY20

SHOPS (HOURS OF OPENING AND EMPLOYMENT)

(Gazetted 19th March, 1963.)

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Shops (Hours of Opening
and Employment) Order, 1963.
2. Interpretation. (1) In this Order-
"Airport shop" means any shop within the terminal area of the Arnos Vale
Airport;
"Christmas shopping season" means the period commencing on "the 2nd
day of December and ending on the 24th day of December in each
year;
"Cookshop" means any shop in which is sold only food cooked on the
premises;
"Minister" means the member of Executive Council charged for the time
being with responsibility for the subject of labour relations;
"Normal wages" means the remuneration payable to any person employed
in or about the business of a shop, including deductions permitted by
any Ordinance, and excluding-
(a) any overtime wages which such person is entitled to receive
by virtue of the provisions of section 8 of this Order; and
(b) any overtime wages paid to such person under the Depart-
ment of Labour Ordinance;
"the Ordinance" means the Shops (Hours of Opening and Employment)
Ordinance, 1942, No. 1 of 1942;
"Parlour" means a shop in which are sold or exposed for sale only the
following articles, namely, aerated waters, arrowroot, biscuits, bread,
cakes, candles, cheese, cigarettes, cigars, cocoa, coffee, confectionery,
fruits, ice, ice cream, kerosene oil, matches, condensed milk, fresh
milk, sugar, and tea;
"period of natural disaster" mehns a period beginning on such day as the
Administrator may by order specify, being the day on which any
earthquake, fire, flood, hurricane or other natural disaster occurs or
threatens, and ending on such day as the Administrator may by order
specify;


7Z\ 8
1 ,7-j



























"prescribed hours of business" means in relation to any shop, the hours
during which such shop may be open for the transaction of business
in accordance with section 4 of this Order;
"Refreshment House" and "Restaurant" mean places or premises in
which only meals, light refreshments, cigars, cigarettes, tobacco, con-
fectionery and matches are sold for consumption either on or off the
premises; and "Refreshment House" also includes any premises
licensed as a refreshment house under the Liquor Licence Ordinance;
"tourist ship" means any vessel declared by the Minister to be a tourist
ship in a notice published at least four days prior to the arrival of
such vessel at this Colony in the Official Gazette;
"week" means the period commencing immediately after twelve o'clock
midnight on each Saturday and ending at twelve o'clock midnight
on the Saturday next following;
"wholesale shop" means any shop in which goods are sold by wholesale
or by both wholesale and retail.
(2) Nothing in this Order shall be construed as permitting the opening
of any shop or the transaction of any business therein at any time at which, or
in any circumstance in which, the opening of such shop. or the transaction of
such business therein is expressly prohibited by any Ordinance.

3. Application. (1) This Order shall apply to the Town of Kingstown
and within a radius of two miles therefrom, and also in the districts, villages
and towns specified in the first Column of the Schedule to this Order.
(2) This Order shall apply to all shops other than-
(i) any market, club, bazaar cr premises exempted under section 7
of the Ordinance,
(ii) any premises in which books or magazines. not exceeding the
price of two dollars each are sold and which would not, but for
the fact that books or magazines are sold therein, be shops within
the meaning of the Ordinance;
(iii) barbers' shops;
(iv) hotels;
(v) cookshops;
(Vi) undertakers' shops;
(vii) shops or premises used solely for the sale of meat, bread, milk,
fresh fruit, fresh vegetables, or ice, or the sale of gasolene
delivered directly into motor vehicles from a pump.

4. Prescribed hours of business. (1) Airport shops may be open on
any day until seven o'clock in the evening.
(2) The hours during which pharmacies may be open for the transaction
of business shall be from eight o'clock in the morning of each day to twelve
o'clock midnight.



























(3) The hours during which restaurants, unlicensed refreshment houses
and parlours may be open for the transaction of business shall be from five
o'clock in the morning to thirty minutes past eleven o'clock in the evening on
all working days.
(4) The hours during which refreshment houses licensed under the
Liquor Licence Ordinance may be open for the transaction of business shall
be from six o'clock in the morning to thirty minutes past ten o'clock in, the
evening on all working days, and between the hours of eight o'clock.and,ten
o'clock in the morning and four o'clock and six o'clock in the afternoon on
Sunday and on any public holiday other than Christmas Day and Good Friday.
(5) No shop licensed in the Colony to sell intoxicating liquor under
a Class 2, Class 3 or Class 4 licence as provided by the Liquor Licence Ordin-
ance, 1948, shall be opened on Christmas Day or Good Friday.
(6) Except as provided in paragraphs (7) and (9) of this section, the
opening hours for shops in Kingstown and within a radius of two miles there-
from shall be from eight o'clock in the morning to four o'clock in the after-
noon on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from eight o'clock in the
morning to one o'clock in the evening on Wednesdays, and from eight o'clock
in the morning to seven o'clock in the evening on Saturdays:
Provided that shops licensed to sell intoxicating liquor under a Class 2
licence as provided by the Liquor Licence Ordinance, 1948, may be opened
during the hours from eight o'clock to ten o'clock in the morning and from
four o'clock to six o'clock in the evening on Sundays and Public Holidays:
Provided further that no shop assistant who has been or will be employed
throughout the normal hours of opening of each licensed liquor shops shall
serve therein on Sundays or Public Holidays.
(7) Except as provided in paragraph (9) of this section, the-hours during
which wholesale shops (other than pharmacies) in the town of Kingstown
and within a radius of two miles therefrom may be opened for the transaction
of business shall be from eight o'clock in the morning to one o'clock in the
afternoon on Wednesdays, and from eight o'clock in the morning to four
o'clock in the afternoon on all other days.
(8) Except as provided in paragraphs (2), (3), (4), (5) and (9) of this
section, the hours during which shops in any district, village or town specified
in the first column of the Schedule to this Order may be open for the trans-
action of business shall be the hours specified in the second column of the
said Schedule in respect of such district, village or town.
Provided that no employee other than a member of the family of the
employer shall be required to attend in such shops after one o'clock in the
afternoon on Wednesdays.
(9) During the Christmas shopping season, the hours during which shops
may be open for the transaction of business shall be-
(a) from six o'clock in the morning to ten o'clock in the evening on
Saturday and on the working day immediately preceding Christmas
Day;



























(b) from six o'clock in the morning to eight o'clock in the evening on all
other days.

5. Hours of employment in Airport shops and pharmacies. (1) Persons
may be employed in or about the business of Airport shops on any day not
later than seven o'clock in the evening save that the hours of employment
of each person in or about the business of any such shop shall not exceed forty-
four hours in any week.
(2) No person shall be employed in or about the business of any phar-
macy-
(a) later than four o'clock in the afternoon on any day on which his
hours of employment in or about the business of such shop commence
earlier than four o'clock in the afternoon;
(b) later than eight o'clock in the evening on more than five days of any
week in which his hours of employment in or about the business of
such shop commence later than twelve o'clock midday but earlier than
eight o'clock in the evening.

6. Transaction of business and employment of persons authorised out-
side prescribed hours of business. It shall be lawful for business to be
transacted and persons to be employed in any shop outside the prescribed
hours of business-
(a) where the business is so transacted with persons who were in the
shop during the prescribed hours of business and ceases to be trans-
acted within half an hour after the end of the prescribed hours of
business;
(b) where the business so transacted is for the purpose of supplying
articles--
(i) to any person who produces a certificate from a master, person
in charge or agent of a ship stating that such ship is about to
proceed to sea and such articles are required for its stores.
(ii) to any person who produces a certificate from a duly qualified
medical practitioner stating that such articles are required
urgently;
(iii) which, to the knowledge of the occupier of such shop, are
urgently required for purposes of illness or death or are required
by a bona fida traveller to be used as parts or accessories of a
motor vehicle or a bicycle;
(c) during the period of a natural disaster;
(d) where a tourist ship is in the port of Kingstown, in any shop in the
town of Kingstown and within a radius of two miles therefrom:
Provided that business shall not be transacted and persons shall
not be employed pursuant to the provisions of this paragraph-
(i) earlier than nine o'clock in the morning or later than seven
seven o'clock in the evening on a Public Holiday; or




























(ii) earlier than eight o'clock in the morning or later than seven
o'clock in the evening on any other day.

7. Employment outside prescribed hours prohibited. Except as pro-
vided in section 6 of this Order it shall not be lawful for any person to be
employed in or about the business of any shop outside the prescribed hours
of business.

8. Overtime wages. (1) Every person employed-
(a) in or about the business of any shop-
(i) on a Public Holiday; or
(ii) during any period in excess of eight hours on any day; or
(iii) outside the prescribed hours of business pursuant to the pro-
visions of paragraph (c) or paragraph (d) of section 6 of this
Order;
(b) in or about the business of an Airport shop-
(i) on Sunday; or
(ii) earlier than eight o'clock in the morning or later than four
o'clock in the evening on any day;
(c) in or about the business of any shop other than an Airport shop or a
pharmacy-
(i) during any period in excess of forty-four hours in any week; or
(ii) later than four o'clock in the afternoon on any day during the
Christmas shopping season,
shall be entitled to be paid overtime wages for the period during which he is
so employed.
(2) The hourly rates of overtime wages shall be-
(a) in respect of employment-
(i) in any shop outside the prescribed hours of business during the
period of a natural disaster; or
(ii) in any shop other than an Airport shop or a pharmacy during
any period in excess of eight hours in any day, or later than four
o'clock in the afternoon on any day during the Christmas shop-
ping season; or
(iii) in an Airport shop earlier than eight o'clock in the morning or
later than four o'clock in the afternoon on any day,
one and one-half times the hourly equivalent of the normal wages
payable to the person so employed during the week in which he was
so employed;
(b) in respect of employment in any shop on a Public Holiday when a
tourist ship is in port, twice the hourly equivalent of the normal
wages payable to the person so employed during the week in which
he was so employed:



























Provided that the total amount paid for such employment shall
not be less than the sum of two dollars;
(c) in respect of employment-
(i) in an Airport shop during any period in excess of eight hours
in any day;
(ii) in any shop in any circumstances specified in paragraph (1) of
this section other than circumstances in respect of which over-
time rates are specified in sub-paragraph (a) and (b) of this
paragraph,
twice the hourly equivalent of the normal wages payable to the
person so employed during the week in which he was so employed.
(3) Where normal wages are not payable to any person during any
week in which he is entitled to be paid overtime wages under this Order then,
for the purpose of calculating such overtime wages-
(a) the last normal wages payable to him before he became entitled to
such overtime wages; or
(b) if normal wages were never payable to him, or if it is impracticable
to use the normal wages prescribed in sub-paragraph (a) of this para-
graph as a basis for calculating such overtime wages, the normal
wages payable during that week to any other person working in the
same category as himself, either in the same sh6p or in any other
shop in the same district, village or town,
shall be deemed to be the normal wages payable to him during that week.
(4) Any amount paid to any person as overtime wages under a Wages
Council Order for a period for which that person is entitled to be paid over-
time wages under this Order shall be taken into account as overtime wages
for the purposes of this Order.

9. Meal intervals. Every person employed in or about the business of
any shop shall be allowed-
(a) a luncheon interval of not less than one hour during the period
between half-past eleven o'clock in the morning and two o'clock in
the afternoon on any day on which his hours of employment include
the whole of that period;
(b) a supper interval of not less than half an hour during the period
between four o'clock in the afternoon and seven o'clock in the evening
on any day on which hi, hours of employment include that period and
end not later than ten o'clock in the evening;
(c) a dinner interval of not less than one hour during the period between
eight o'clock in the evening on any day on which his hours of employ-
ment include that period and end later than ten o'clock in the
evening.

























21

10. Books to be kept. There shall be kept by the employer or his agent,
in every shop or store or place of trade or business to which this Order applies;
a book in which shall be entered daily the time or times during which every
shop assistant or other employee had been employed in such shop. The entries
in this book shall be initialled daily by the shop assistant or other employee to
whom they refer.

11. Shops carrying on more trades than one-. Where more trades or
businesses than one are carried on in the same shop and it is intended to take-
advantage of this Order, struetual arrangements by means of partitions or
otherwise shall be made to the satisfaction of the Chief of Police to ensure the
complete separation into the respective compartments in which is carried on
each of such trades or businesses.

12. Cancellation. (1) The shops (Hours of Opening) Order, 1942, con-
tained in the First Schedule to this Ordinance, and all amendments thereto,
are hereby cancelled.
(2) The Hours of Employment (Shop Limitation) Order, 1942, contained
in the Second Schedule to the Ordinance, and all amendments thereto, are
hereby cancelled.

SCHEDULE. (Sections 3 and 4).

FIRST COLUMN SECOND COLUMN
Districts, villages
and towns Prescribed Hours

All Small Towns and (a) From six o'clock in the morning to nine
Villages, and other areas o'clock in the evening on Saturday;
outside Kingstown and a (b) From six o'clock in the morning to eight
radius of two miles from o'clock in the evening on Mondays to
Kingstown Fridays.

The Grenadines (a) From six o'clock in the morning to nine
o'clock in the evening on Saturday;

(b) From six o'clock in the morning to eight
o'clock in the evening on Mondays to
Friday.


Made by the Administrator in Council under the authority of the Shops
(Hours of Opening and Employment) Ordinance, 1942, No. 1 of 1942, this 6th
day of March 1963.

GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.













































22

Laid before the Legislative Council under section 3 of the aforesaid Shops
(Hours of Opening and Employment) Ordinance, 1942, No. 1 of 1942, this 14th
day of March, 1963.

O. S. BARROW,
Clerk of Legislative Council.

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[Price 32 cents.]
1963.
























SAINT VINCENT. f -

STATUTORY RULES AND ORD h

1963, No. 9. 1


MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD TRAFFIC (AMEND
REGULATIONS.


(Gazetted 19th March, 1963.)


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic (Amendment) Regulations, 1963, and shall be read as one
with the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Regulations, 1959 (hereinafter
referred to as the principal Regulations) and all amendments thereto.
2. Regulation 21 of principal Regulations amended. Regulation 21 of
the principal Regulations is hereby amended by deleting paragraph (4) thereof
and substituting therefore the following:-
"(4) Except with the permission of the Licensing Authority, the
length of the wheel base of any motor vehicle shall not exceed 180 inches.".


Made by the Administrator in Council under section 78 of the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1940 (No. 20 of 1940) this 12th day of
March, 1963.
GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(Secretariat 1109).

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[Price 4 cents. ]
1963.






I55




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs