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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


aublishid bg uluthorit .


VOL. 96.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 APRIL, 1963. [No. 19.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 116.

OBITUARY.

His Honour the Administrator has
learnt with deep regret of the death
of Mrs. SHIRLEY WILLIAlMS, Tempo-
rary Class II Clerk, Treasury De-
partment,, which occurred on 20th
April, 1963.
23rd April, 1963.
(P.F. 871.)


No. 117.
APPOINTMENTS.

Mr. LLOYD HULL as Senior Dispen-
ser Medical Department, with effect
from 23rd November, 1961.
23rd April, 1963.
(P.F. 436.)

No. 118.
In accordance with Section 18 of
Ordinance No. 1 of 1949, Miss SYBIL
BucCeAN has been appointed Collecting
Officer for the Magistrate's Court at
Mesopotamia with effect from 1st April,
1963, vice Mr. GEMEL B. KING.
23rd April, 1963.
(J. 9/1951.)


No. 119.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.

The undermentioned persons have
been appointed as members of the
Board of Education under the Educa-
tion Ordinance, 1937, for a period of
one year with effect from 1st January,
1963:-
C. W. PRESCOD, Esq., I.S.O., J.P.,-
Chairman
The Education Officer,
The Headmaster, Grammar School
The Headmistress, Girls' High
School
An Inspector of Schools
B. A. RICHARDS, Esq., J.P., Principal,
Intermediate School
His Lordship the Bishop of the Wind-
ward Islands
Revd. V. A. CorMMISSIONG
The Very Revd. The Vicar General
(R.C.)
H. A. ROBERTSON, Esq., Representing
Teacher's Association
Mrs. S. E. MORRIS
H. S. McCONNIE, Esq., B.Sc., Super-
intendent of Agriculture
G. A. ALLEN, Esq., Representing
Kingstown Town Board
Dr. H. A. MUNRO.
23rd April, 1963.
(S.S. 220.)


Isi












96 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 APRIL, 1963.-(No. 19.)


No. 120.
BANK HOLIDAY.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Wednesday, the 1st May, 1963, (Labour
Day), being a Bank Holiday, all Public
Offices will be closed on that day.
23rd April, 1963.

No. 121.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

Copies of the Legislative Council
Proceedings and Debates (Hansard) in
the First Session (1961) held on 25th
May, 1961, which may be seen at Gov-
ernment Office, the Kingstown Library,
and at 'all Revenue Offices, are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette.
23rd April, 1963.

No. 122.
Copies of the Minutes of the Sitting
of the Legislative Council held on 14th
March, 1963 which may be seen at Gov-
ernment Office, the Kingstown Library
and at all Revenue Offices are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette.

No. 123.
The Statement of Securities held by
the Crown Agents for Oversea Govern-
ments and Administrations on behalf
of the British Caribbean Currency
Board at 31st December, 1962, is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette.

By Command,

E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
23rd April, 1963.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP
AND FELLOWSHIP PLAN.

COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIPS IN THE
FEDERATION OF RHODESIA AND
NYASALAND.

Under the Commonwealth Scholar-
ship and Fellowship Plan, the Federal
Government is offering Scholarships to
men and women students from other
parts of the Commonwealth. These
scholarships will be for post-graduate
study and will be tenable at the Uni-
versity College of Rhodesia and Nyasa-


land (which is in special relationship
with the University of London) from
the beginning of the academic year in
March, 1964.
Scholarships will in general be ten-
able for a programme of study of re-
search normally extending over a period
of two academic years and leading to a
university degree or similar qualifica-
tion. In exceptional cases an extension
may be granted for a third year.
The information given refers to
scholarships only and does not concern
fellowships which will form the subject
of a separate publication.
Emoluments.
The emoluments are intended to
cover expenses of travel, living and
study during tenure of the scholarship,
and will consist of:
(a) Fares (normally at tourist-class
rates, by sea or air) to the Fed-
eration and return on expiry of
the scholarship;
(b) Fees-an amount sufficient to
cover approved tuition and ex-
amination fees;
(c) Personal maintenance allowance
at the rate of 780 per annum;
(d) A grant of 25 for books and
apparatus;
(e) A grant of up to 100 for ap-
proved travel within the Feder-
ation;
(f) An allowance of 25 for excess
baggage if travelling by air, the
excess baggage to be restricted to
specialist equipment;
(g) An allowance to cover approved
medical and hospital insurance
payments.
These emoluments are not taxable in
the Federation.

Eligibility.
Candidates must normally be Com-
monwealth citizens or British protected
persons resident in countries of the
Commonwealth other than the Federa-
tion of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, who
are or, by the time of taking up an
award in 1964 will be, graduates of a
university or college in their country,
or holders of an equivalent qualifica-
tion. Applications will not be consid-
ered unless they are made through the
appropriate agency in the country of a
candidate's normal residence.

Age Limits.
Candidates should, in general, be
less than 28 years of age on 1st March,
1964 but in special circumstances this
age limit may be raised.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 APRIL, 1963.-(No. 19.) 9'


General Conditions of Award.
(a) The scholar will be expected to
return to his own country at the
end of the scholarship.
(b) The scholar may not, without re-
ceiving special permission, take
paid employment during the
tenure of his scholarship or
serve on the staff of his country's
official representative in the
Federation.
(c) The scholar must follow the ap-
proved course of study and abide
by the rules of the University
College of Rhodesia and Nyasa-
land.
(d) Candidates for scholarships must
have a good knowledge of writ-
ten and spoken English.
(e) An award may be terminated at
any time for reasons of unsatis-
factory conduct, for breaches of
the conditions of award, or for
failure to make satisfactory pro-
gress.
(f) Candidates are required to sub-
mit on a special form with their
application a medical certificate
regarding their state of health.
General Information.
Further information about the Uni-
versity College of Rhodesia and Nyasa-
land and the courses available may be
obtained either from the Principal, P.B.
167H, Salisbury, Rhodesia and Nyasa-
land, or from the Commonwealth Uni-
versities Year Book (A.U.B.C., ed. J. F.
Foster, published annually).
Applications.
Candidates must submit seven copies
of the prescribed application form for
a Rhodesia and Nyasaland award to-
gether with six copies of all supporting-
documents except the birth certificate,
where one only is required, to the Edu-
cation Officer, Department of Educa-
tion, St. Vincent, not later than 29th
June, 1963.
THEODORE V. KEANE,
Acting Education Officer.
9th April, 1963.

NOTICES.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

It is hereby notified for general
information that there will be no ship-
ments of small stock from St. Vincent
from 20th April to 4th May, 1963, as
the Veterinary Officer will be out of the
island.
HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
18th April, 1963.


SALE OF MANGO PLANTS-
BOTANIC GARDENS.

It is notified for general information
that supplies of grafted mango plants
(Julie, Ceylon, Imperial and Hayden)
are now available at the Botanic Gar-
dens at $1.00 per plant.
H. S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
26th March, 1963.


The Public is hereby reminded that
in accordance with the Birds and Fish
Protection Ordinance Cap. 44 as
amended by Ordinance No. 18 of 1954,
it is prohibited to kill or take:-

Turtles.
(a) Turtles or turtle eggs on land;
(b) Turtles under 20 lbs. in weight;
(c) Turtles between 1st May and
31st July.

Lobsters.
(a) Lobsters carrying eggs;
(b) Lobsters of less than 1 lb. in
weight;
(c) Lobsters of less than 9 inches
length;
(d) Lobsters between 1st May and
30th September.

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
16th April, 1963.


SAINT VINCENT

IN THE FIRST DISTRICT
MAGISTRATE'S COURT
LAYOU
CIVIL JURISDICTION
A.D. 1963


SUIT No. 6/63
BETWEEN
ROBERT BUSHAY
of Francois
vs
ARCHIE DALLAWAY
of Francois


-Plaintiff


-Defendant


It is notified for general information
that the undermentioned article, pro-
perty of the abovenamed defendant
and levied upon by virtue of a Writ of
Seizure and Sale issued in the above
suit, will be put up for sale by Public
Auction at the Court House, Kings-












98 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 APRIL, 1963.-(No. 19.)


town, on Saturday 27th April 1963, at
1.30 in the afternoon.
That is to say:-
One (1) House
Dated this 4th day of April 1963.
L. G. E. K. LEWIS,
Magistrate.
Magistrates' Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.

SAINT VINCENT.

By Authority of the Registration of
United Kingdom Patents Ordin-
ance (Chapter 156 of the revised
laws of Saint Vincent, 1926.)

Gazetted 16th April, 1963.

NOTICE is hereby given that an
application was on the 4th day of
March, 1963, made by CIBA Limited, a
body corporate organised according to
the laws of Switzerland, of Basle, Swit-
zerland, for a patent entitled A NEW
GUANIDINE COMPOUND.
Any person may at any time within
two months from the date of publica-
tion of this notice in the Gazette, give
notice to the Registrar of opposition to
the issue of a certificate of registration
upon any of the grounds prescribed by
section 27 of the Patents Ordinance
(Chapter 155) for opposition to the
grant of Letters Patent.


livery of such goods at the preferential
rate of duty on the security of a depo-
sit equal in amount to the difference in
duty between the preferential and gen-
eral rates. Deposits made under the
provisions of this regulation shall be
carried to account under the appropri-
ate head of revenue at the end of seven
days after the expiration of the time
allowed for the production of the Cer-
tificates of Origin. Sec. 7 of S.R. & O.
36 of 1954 refers.
It is hoped that importers will in the
future adhere to these rules in order to
avoid unnecessary requests and corres-
pondence.
JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs and Excise.
H.M. Customs.
13th April, 1963.

CUSTOMS ENTRY WARRANTS
ETC.

With reference to the Notice on the
above matter published in the St. Vin-
cent Government Gazette of the 25th
February, 1963 et seq:, importers are
advised that the requirement for de-
posit of entries does not include those
for perishable goods, baggage room en-
tries and very reasonably small entries.
Those presenting such entries will take
their turn in the queue and await the
return of their warrant, if they so de-
sire.
JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs and Excise.


II. M. SQUIRES, H.M. Customs,
H. Registrar of Patets. 13th April, 1963
Registrar of Patents.


Patent Office,
Saint Vincent.
11th April, 1963.


NOTICES TO IMPORTERS.

The attention of importers is drawn
to the procedures prescribed by law to
clear their goods from Customs when
not in possession of all relevant docu-
ments.
(i) Importers may, on making and
subscribing a declaration to that effect
before the proper officer, make an entry
by bill of sight for the packages con-
taining such goods in the statutory
form. See sees. 41-45 of the Laws of
St. Vincent.
(ii) DELIVERY OF GOODS WITHOUT
CERTIFICATE OF ENTRY. When goods
entitled to be admitted under the Impe-
rial Preferential rate reach the Colony
before the arrival of the Certificates of
Origin relating to the same, the Collec-
tor of Customs may authorise the de-


THE ST. VINCENT BANANA
GROWERS ASSOCIATION.

TROUMACA DISTRICT BRANCH.

NOTICE OF MEETING.

All registered growers of the St.
Vincent Banana Growers Association
are invited to attend a branch meeting
to be held at the Troumaca Govern-
ment School on Sunday, 28th April,
1963 at 4.00 p.m.
AGENDA.
1. Prayers.
2. Reading and Confirmation of Min-
utes.
3. Matters arising out of the Min-
utes.
4. Unfinished Business.
5. Other Business.
6. Correspondence.
MAUXFORD PROVIDENCE,
SBranch Secretary
22nd April, 1963.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 APRIL, 1963.-(No. 19.) 99


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE NOTICES.



It is hereby notified that the undermentioned articles which have been in the Customs Sufferance
Warehouse and Baggage Room for over one (1) year, and are not worth their duty, shall be forfeited
under Section 28 Cap. 183 of the Laws of St. Vincent.

JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs & Excise
H.M. Customs,
St. Vincent,
25th March, 1963.

BAGGAGE ROOM

Date No. &
Ware- Conveyance Consignee Marks Nos. Description Declared
housed of Pkgs. Contelits

26. 5.61. Plane J. H. HIaz:ll Chief Engineer 191446 1 Pkg. Indicatorl
Tyne Field Card';
5. 8.61. J. H. Hazell Sons 272460 1 Pkg. Stationery
(Printed
Matter)
6. 1.62. S.V.N. Shipping Co. 301370 1 Pkg. Adv. Matter

10. 2.62. Rufus Williams 297165 1 Pkg. Personal
Effects
B.W.I.A. 2069524 1 Pkg. Schedules

30. 1.62. Jerry Palmer 309511 1 Pkg. Calendars
(Show Cards)
21. 3.62. Jerry Palmer 308821 1 Pkg. Bank
Calendars














CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE SECTION I.

Date
Name of Ship Consignee Ware- Marks Nos. Quantity & Contents
housed Description


Carib Clipper

Belqueen

Vamos


Geo. A. Forde


1. 4. 61. B.B.


N/N


W. J. Abbott & Sons 5. 1.62. Royal
Pharmacy
Corea & Co. Ltd. 20. 1. 62 O. D. Brisbane 13495
3. A. B.


3 Cartons

1 Case
Almanacs
1 Package
1 Case


M.T. Pine
Apple Juice
Almanacs

Displays
Almanacs











100 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 APRIL, 1963.-(No. 19.)


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE NOTICES.-(Contd.)


By Authority of Section 27 Cap. 183 of the Customs Ordinance, the undermentioned goods which
have been in the Customs Warehouse for over one (1) year as at 31st March, 1963 will be sold by
Public Auction on Wednesday 8th May at 1.30 p.m. unless duly cleared or re-warehoused.

JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs & Exciss.
H.M. Customs,

St. Vincent,

25th March, 1963.


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE SECTION I


Date
Ship's Name Ware- Consignee Marks
housed


No. and
Numbers Description
of Package


Henry Clarke

Federal Maple


Carib Clipper

Federal Palm

Explorer

Belqueen

Caracas

Federal Palm

Federal Palm

Lady Angela
Student



Carib Clipper

Federal Palm

Caracas

Unity-O


Aegis

Veloz

Vamos

Federal Palm


17. 6.61. ORDER

4.11.61. Corea & Co. L


20.11.61.

3. 1.62.

9.12. 61.

5. 1.62.

13. 1.62.

6. 2.62.

10. 2.62.

26. 2.62.

26. 2.62.


2.62.

3.62.

3.62.

3.62.


3.62.

2. 62.

1.62.

2. 62.


Geo. A. Forde

Corea & Co. L

John H. Hazel

W. J. Abbott &

John H. Hazel


Corea &

Corea &

Corea &
John H.


Co. L

Co. L

Co. Li
Hazel


Geo. A. Forde

Corea & Co. L

John II. Hazel

Hadley Bros. &


Corea & Co. L

Corea & Co. L

Corea & Co. L

Corea & Co. L


C.T.

td. W.J.A.
C.F. & S.
G.K.G.
N/M

td. S.G. & Co.

1 J.L.

Sons/R/
G.S.
1 H.S.

td. G.A.V.

td. J.S.

td, C.P.T.L.
S G.A.V.S.
G.A.V.S.
Reqn.5961/5

Standard Grocery

td. A.P.C.
N/M
1 J.W.S.
E.W.R.A.
Co. H.B.S. & Co.
J.L.

td. E.D.S.

td. N/M

td. Arrowroot

td. HVHSC WC


463 1 Case Rayon and
Cotton goods
N/N 1 Loose Tyre
N/N 1 Case Exeter Beef
N/N 1 Carton Plate Sausage
N/N 2 Loose vehicle
parts
N/N 1 Ctn. Canned Goods

1/30 30 Ctns. Elec. Lamp
Bulbs
2 Bales M. T Bags
1 Bale Bags
1 Bdl. Bed Rails


3 Cases

1 Ctn.

1 Ctn.
606 1 Case
1038/1--2 2 Cases
3113 1 Case

N/N 1 Ctn.

5703/1 1 Ctn.
#16 1 Ctn.
3 Ctns.
8:21 2 Ctns.
N/N 1 Case
2 Ctns.
5 Ctns.
#6 1 Ctn.

N/N 1 Ctn.

N/N 1 Drum

#115 1 Case


Cotton and
Rayon Goods
"Key" Soap

Med. Soap
Bicycle Parts
Bicycles
Absolnte
Alcohol
Toilet Paper
Merchandise
Merchandise
Guiness Stout
Milk Powder
Mosquito Coil
Salmon
Herrings
Confectionery

Merchandise

Lab Specimen
(Starch)
Rayon Goods


9. 12. 61. John H. Hazell & Co. J.H.H.


5 Boxes Kippers &
Salmon
(Cold
Storage
Cargo)


Contents


Explorer











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 APRIL, 1963.-(No. 19.)


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE NOTICES.- (Contd.)

SECTION II


Date
Ship's Name Ware-
housed


Consignee


Mai ks


No. and
Numbers Description
of Package


Mandalay



Carib Clipper
Mandalay
Elizabeth H.
Shuttle
Elizabeth H.
Shuttle
Veloz
Venimos
Biographer
Sunmar
Carib Clipper
Mandalay
Carib Clipper
Carib Clipper
Unity O
Federal Palm
William
Doerkemp
Carib Clipper

E. M. Tannis

Belqueen



Carib Clipper

Successor


14. 7.61. ORDER


26. 8. 61. Orange Hill Estate
26.10.61.
18.11.61. ORDER


18. 11. 61. ORDER


28.11.61.
19.12.61.
9.12.61.
19.12.61.
29. 12. 61.
5. 1.62.
5. 1.62.
5. 1.62.
31. 1.62.
9. 2.62.
28. 2.62.

26. 2.62.

27. 2. U2.

16. 3.62.


T.P.S.



N/M
C.A.F.
B.B.


2 Ctns. Pharmacy
Products
(Dangerous
Drugs)
1 Pee. Machinery
1 C/S Machinery
25 Ctns. Matches


(15057) 8 Ctns Tinned meat


ORDER O.D.B.
N.H.C.R.
John H. Hazell D.A.S.
W. J. Abbott R.B.
George A. Veira G.A.V.S.
St. Vincent Jaycees J.A.C.E.E.S.
George Veira G.A.V.S
George Veira G.A.V.S
B.E. St. Lucia
George A. Veira Veira
ORDER B.B.


L.H.
S. Alexander


20. 3.62. George A. Veira

23. 3.62. ORDER


(1-16) 16 Ctns.
1 Ctn.
25 Ctns.
15 Pails
1 Ctn.
2 C/s
1 c/s
1 c/s
1 Ctn.
#25 1 c/s
4 Ctns.


Furniture
Essence
Stout
Lard
Radio
Toys
Electric Fans
Coffee Mills
Margarine
Cotton Goods
Pegs


1 Ctn. Cotton Fents

1 Pkg. Chairs


3 Ctns.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 C/s
1 c/s


G. Veira


E.W.


G.A.V.S.


Eye Lotion
Gripe Water
Sacrool
Cough Syrup
Plastic Bags


50 Ctns Stout

12 Coils Rope


BAGGAGE ROOM


No. &
Nos. Description
of Package


13.11.61. Plane


J. H. Hazell


12.12.61.

18.12.61.



2.12.61.

7. 2.62.

13. 1.62.

30. 1.62.

16. 3.62.


St. V. Shipping Co. 289871

LIAT Agents SVN 218532

Geest Industries- 295616
TRS & S
Geest Industries-- 295616
TRS & S HB
G. W. Frank & Sons 290999

Eweldon Burton 30406

B. Bank-C.L. 303949
Anderson
Royal Bank- 783189
C.P.I.L.
Fred E. Warner 562418
& Sons


1 Pkg. Shirts


1 Pkg.


W.T. Arrowroot


1 Pkg. Tools

1 Pkg. Tools

1 Pkg. Corrugated
Cartons
1 Pkg. Dolls

1 Pkg. Shirts

2 Pkgs. Pharmaceuti-
cals
1 Pkg. Samples


Contents


Date
Ware-
housed


Conveyance


Consignee


Marks


Declared
Contents


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 APRIL, 1963.-(No. 19.)


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE NOTICES.-(Contd.)

LIST OF ARTICLES IN SECTION ONE OF THE CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE
FOR OVER ONE (1) YEAR AS AT 31ST MARCH, 1963.


Marks


o Quantity
os. a Dscription
ami Description


Contents


N/M
N/M
N/M
C & Co.
Corea & Co.
Dominica Dispensary Co.
Joseph Francis
G. W. F. & S.
P. H. Veira
A. G.
C. K. G.
N/M
C & Co.
P
A
LTD
Corea & Co.
C & Co.
P. B. C.
O. H. M. S.
E. D. L.
E. D.
C & Co.
C & Co.
G.F. G.H.-G/da


N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N







N/N
N/N

#8


Pkgs.
Loose
Loose
Drums
Pkg.
Carton
Carton
Cartons
Cartons
Cartons
Carton
Loose
Carton


Brass Taps
C. I. Pots
C. I. Coal Pots
Wood Preservative
Confectionery
Alcolado
Laundry Soap
Laundry Soap
Laundry Soap
Laundry Soap
Laundry
1 Gal. Bots. Clorax
Electrical Apparatus


1 Carton Car Radio


Carton
Case
Case
Case
Cast
Case
Bdl.
Case
Bag


Vehicle Headlamp
Electric Bulbs
Metal Waiters
Stationery
H. H. Baking Tins
Plastic Glass
Iron Bed Rails
Paints
Lead Wool


SECTION II.


Buckets
Pots
Coal Pots
Wheelbarrows
Bicycle Parts
Welding Rods
Bicycle Tyres
Sheets Hardboard
Chairs


N/M
N/M
N/M
N/M
N/M
N/M
N/M
N/M
D. J. Dick


2 Bdls.
11 Loose
3 Loose
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SAINT VINCENT.

MINUTES OF THE ELEVENTH SITTING OF
OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, HELD
CHAMBER, KINGSTOWN, ON THURSDAY,
AT 10.00 A.M.


PRESENT:


The Honourable E. F. ADAMS, Speaker,
S B. F. DIAS, Attorney General,
E. T. JOSHUA, Member for Central Windward, Chief Minister,
S C. L. TANNIS, Member for the Grenadines, Minister for Com-
munications and Works, (Absent in afternoon),
S. E. SLATER, Member for North Leeward, Minister for Social
Services,
A. C. G. ALLEN, Member for Kingstown, Minister for Trade
and Production,
S H. F. YOUNG, Member for South Leeward,
S ,, L. C. LATHAM, Member for South Windward,
,, Mrs. I. I. JOSHUA, Member for North Windward,
S R. M. CATO, Member for East St. George,
S H. A. HAYNES, Member for West St. George (Absent in
afternoon),
A. C. HADLEY, First Nominated Member,
R. F. MARKSMAN, Second Nominated Member.

PRAYERS.
Mr. Speaker read the prayers of the Council.

MINUTES.
Minutes of the Sitting held on 7th February, 1963 copies of which had
been previously circulated were taken as read and were confirmed.

ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Mr. Speaker announced the receipt of a telegram from the Secretary of
State in reply to the Council's resolution of sympathy on the death of Mr.
H Iugh Gaitskell.

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The Clerk then read the telegram as follows:
"From: Secretary of State London.
To: Administrator St. Vincent W.I.
Received 11th March, 1963
Mrs. Gaitskell and her daughters deeply appreciate the kind message
of sympathy which you were good enough to send her on the death of her
husband.
SECER."

NOTICES OF MOTIONS.
There were no Notices of Motions.

NOTICES OF QUESTIONS.
There were no Notices of Questions.

PETITION ON PRIVATE BILL.
A Petition from the Executive Committee of the Evangelical Church of
the West Indies, praying to be allowed to proceed on a Private Bill to create
the Committee into an Ecclesiastical Corporation under the Laws of St. Vin-
cent, was read by the Clerk.

PAPERS.
The following Members laid on the Table the Council Papers indicated
hereunder:
Chief Minister:
Council Paper No. 11 of 1963: Georgetown Town Board (Amend-
ment) By-Laws.
Minister for Trade and Production:
Council Paper No. 12 of 1963: Report of the Department of Agricul-
ture for the year 1960.

Minister for Communications and Works:
Council -Paper No. 13 of 1963: The Shops (Hours of Opening and
Employment) Order, 1963.

REPORT FROM SELECT COMMITTEE.
The following Report of the Select Committee on Standing Orders of the
Legislative Council was presented by the Speaker and laid on the Table of the
Council:





















REPORT OF A SELECT COMMITTEE ON STANDING ORDERS OF THE
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL


In the Legislative Council on 7th February, 1963 a new Select Committee
was appointed to consider and report upon draft Standing Rules and Orders of
the Legislative Council. The Committee comprised:-
The Honourable the Speaker, Chairman,
S Minister for Trade and Production,
,, Attorney General,
S Member for South Leeward, with
The Clerk of the Council as Clerk of the Committee.
The Committee met at the Attorney General's Chambers on Friday, 8th
March, 1963 at 1.30 p.m.

PRESENT
The Honourable E. F. Adams, Speaker, Chairman,
S A. C. G. Alien, Mifister for Trade and Production,
B. F. Dias, Attorney General,
O. S. Barrow, Esq., Clerk of the Committee.

ABSENT
The Honourable H. F. Young, Member for South Leeward.

The Committee after discussion made various minor amendments to the
draft and agreed to recommend to the Council at the next meeting that the
Standing Orders with the amendments as set out in the Minutes of the meeting
be made and passed by the Council.

(Sgd.) E. F. ADAMS,
Chairman.
MINUTES OF A MEETING OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON
STANDING ORDERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

The Committee was constituted in the Legislative Council on 7th February,
1963 to comprise:-
The Honourable the Speaker, Chairman,
Minister for Trade and Production,
S,, Attorney General,
S Member for South Leeward,
The Clerk of the Council, Clerk of the Committee.
The Committee met at the Attorney General's Chambers on Friday, 8th
March, 1963 at 1.30 p.m.





















54.

PRESENT
The Honourable E. F. Adams, Speaker, Chairman,
S A. C. G. Allen, Minister for Trade & Production,
S B. F. Dias, Attorney General,
The Clerk of the Council, Clerk of the Committee.
ABSENT
The Honourable H. F. Young, Member for South Leeward.

The draft Standing Orders, copies of which were circulated to Members
beforehand, were accepted by the Committee to be made and passed at the next
meeting of the Legislative Council with the following amendments:
S.O. 1: "1962" to read "1963".
S.O. 13, para. (3) : Insert a comma after the word "satisfied" and a dash
after the word "either" at line 1.
S.O. 13 (b) : Substitute a comma for the semicolon after the word "re-
quest", and insert a dash after the comma.
S.O. 18 (3) : Substitute the word "ten" for the word "seven" after the
word "than" at line 3.
S.O. 19 (1) (a): Delete the comma after the word "addressed" at line 3
and insert the words and comma "or the Attorney General,".
S.O. 20 (2) : Correct the word "questions" to read "question" at line 2
and correct the word 'refuse" at line 4.
S.O. 21 (3): Substitute the word "or" for the word "and" after the
word "Ministers" at line 2.
S.O. 39 (c) : Correct the word "fire arm" to read "fire-arm" at line 3.
S.O. 46 (1) : Correct the printer's error by deleting line 2 and inserting
the following "stage of a bill, the member in charge of the bill may
either name a day to be". /
S.O. 53: Substitute the word "Speaker" for the words "member in charge
of the Bill" at line 2.
S.O. 61 (7) : Substitute the word "Speaker" for the words "member in
charge of the Bill" at line 5.
S.O. 65: Delete the figures and brackets '"(1)".
S.O. 75: Delete paragraph 2 and renumber paragraphs 3, 4 and 5 to
read 2, 3 and 4.
S.O. 81: Delete the marginal notes.
The Meeting adjourned sine die at 4.40 p.m.

(Sgd.) 0. S. BARROW,
Clerk, Select Committee.






















After a brief discussion the Report was ordered to lie on the Table until
the next sitting of the Council. The Attorney General then gave notice of
his intention at the next sitting to move that the Report be adopted and that
the Council make the Standing Orders as drafted and as amended.
QUESTIONS.
The Honourable Member for East St. George asked the first question
standing in his name:
1. Will the Minister for Communications and Works please state whether
in view of the current allegations of fraud in the Public Works
Department he will consider recommending a Public enquiry' into the
operations of the Department?
The Minister for Communications and Works replied:
The Minister for Communications and Works is not aware of any
alleged fraud in the Public Works.
Supplementary Question:
The Honourable Member for East St. George asked:
Has the Minister no system in his department whereby he could
know what's going on? When employees of the department have been
prosecuted in the Courts and tried before a Judge and Jury, the
Minister is still not aware of what is going on in his department?
The Minister replied:
The Honourable Member's question was already answered.
The Honourable Member for East St. George asked the second question
standing in his name:
2. Will the Minister for Communications and Works make a statement
on the results of the Police enquiries into the payment of fraudulent
claims issued by the Public Works Department?
The Minister replied as follows:
The Minister for Communications and Works is not aware of any
Police enquiries into the payment of any alleged fraudulent claims
issued by the Public Works.
Supplementary Questions:
The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked:
Does the Minister realise that he is responsible for the taxpayers'
funds under his ministry?
The Minister Replied:
The Minister is fully aware of his responsibilities to the taxpayers
of the country.
The Honourable Member for East St. George asked:
Will the Minister inform-this House when he is going to rise from
his slumber and take an interest in what is going on in his department ?























The Minister replied:
If-the Honourable Member feels that the Minister is asleep he
should desist from putting further questions.
The Honourable Member for East St. George asked the third question
standing in his name:
3. Will the Chief Minister please state what were the terms under which
Government agreed to sell part of the Ottley Hall Estate to Mr.
Emmanuel Adams, and on what date the agreement was concluded?
The Minister for Trade and Production replied as follows:
There have been negotiations between Government and Mr. Adams
for the sale to him 'of a lot of land at Ottley Hall.' No agreement has
been concluded in the matter.
Supplementary Questions:
The Honourable Member for East St. George asked:,
Will the Minister please say why the Surveys Department was
instructed to survey a specific lot of land (over 10,000 sq. ft.) for
Mr. E. F. Adams over a year ago?
The Minister replied:
As I said before, there were negotiations between Mr. Adams and
the Government.
The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked:
Is the Minister aware that there is a plan, drawn in 1962 and
signed by the Surveyor for Mr. E. F. Adams, which is in my
possession ?
The Minister replied:
I am aware that there is a plan.
The Honourable Member for East St. George asked:
Will the Minister please state whether in view of the fact that
there is an overall scheme for the area he will see to the suspension
of all negotiations with the individual Mr. E. F. Adams?
The Minister replied:
Since there is a scheme for the overall development of the area
that might very well be the reason why the agreements have not been
concluded.
The Honourable Member for East St. George asked the fourth question
standing in his name:,
4. Will the Chief Minister please state whether one Nathaniel Dellimore
is on the personnel staff of the Chief Minister and whether he is being
paid from public funds and what are his duties?




























The Chief Minister replied as follows:
Nathaniel Dellimore has been employed by Government as a casual
labourer specifically to assist in the maintenance of the quarters of
the Chief Minister at Edinboro.
He has been paid wages from July, 1962 to February 1963, ex.
eluding the month of December when he did not work at Edinboro.

Supplementary Questions:
The Honourable Member for East St. George asked:
Will the Chief Minister please inform this House whether
Nathaniel Dellimore has not been resident at Georgetown over the last
six'months and is now still so resident?

The Chief Minister replied:
Nathaniel Dellimore's name for the period that he has been in
Kingstown was not recorded in the Georgefown area where he is
resident.

The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked the question standing
in his name:
Will the Minister for Trade and Production please make a statement
showing what amounts have been repaid by Fishermen who obtained loans
from Government.

Will the Minister further state what steps, if any, are being taken
by Government to collect these outstanding amounts?

The Minister for Trade and Production replied as follows:
The statement as requested is being circulated to Honourable Members.
A total of $33,773.84 was loaned to individual Fishermen and Fishermen
Co-operative Societies. A total of $10,871.14 has so far been repaid leaving
a balance of $22,902.70.
Government is presently considering instituting proceedings to collect
the long outstanding loans.























STATEMENT ON LOANS TO FISHERMEN


Address


Date of Amount Amount
Loan of Loan Paid


Selwyn Keizer
Cyril Mitchell
Charles Simmons
Eric Lewis
Irvine Adams
Alva Ollivierre
Conrad Adams Union Isla
Bequia Fishermen's
Co-operative Society
Canouan Fishermen's
Co-operative Society
Federick DeRoche Canouan
Charles Simmons Bequia
Union Island
Fishermen's Co-
operative Society
George Sheppard Questelles
Sandford Dopwell Layou
Simeon Cumberbatch Calliaqua
Barrouallie
Fishermen's Co-
operative Society
John De Grads Clare Valle
Aldric King Bequia
Leon Ollivierre Bequia


nd


Jan. 1955
23. 8.1955
22. 2.1956
22. 3.1956
2.10.1956
30.11.1957


$ 1,009.43 $
628.90
613.35
920.66
622.75
100.00
1,500.00


31.12.1959 5,000.00


27. 5.1961
4. 8.1961
19. 8.1961


8.1961
9.1961
9.1961
9.1961


30. 1.1962
17. 2.1962
17. 3.1962
3.11. 1962


780.00
4,000.00
1,500.00


1,000.00
400.00
100.00
4,000.00


5,000.00
120.00
3,000.00
3,478.75


894.27 $
411.13
564.22
264.35
125.65
75.00
952.58


115.16
217.77
49.13
656.31
497.10
25.00
547.42


- 5,000.00


400.00
4,000.00
150.00


100.00
100.00
800.00



60.00
1,800.00
173.94


3$0.00

1,350,00


1,000.00
300.00

3,200.00


5,000.00
60.00
1,200.00
3,304.81


$33,773.84 $10,871.14 $22,902.70

MOTION.

The Honourable Chief Minister seconded by the Minister for Trade and
Production moved the following motion standing in his name:
BE IT RESOLVED that this Council approve the Price Control (Sugar)
Regulations, 1963, made by the Administrator in Council under section 3
of the Supplies (Control) Ordinance, 1954 (No. 10 of 1954) on the 13th
day of February, 1963.
There was a full debate on the motion during which the Sitting was sus-
pended for luncheon.
Sitting suspended 12.30 p.m.
Sitting resumed 2.20 p.m.
The debate continued and the motion was finally put and resolved in the
affirmative without division.


Names


Balance


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ADJOURNMENT.
On the motion "that this Council do now adjourn sine die" which was
moved by the Honourable B. F. Dias seconded by the Honourable H. F. Young,
the following Members spoke on the subjects indicated hereunder:
Honourable Member for South Leeward:
Mt. Bentinck Sugar Factory
Trade Unions
Public Works Department

Honourable Minister for Social Services:
Mt. Bentinck Sugar Factory

Honourable Member for South Windward:
Mt. Bentinck Sugar Factory
1963 Estimates
Chief Minister's House

Honourable Minister for Trade and Production:
Barbados Pioneer
Ottley Hall Estate

Honourable Member for East St. George:
Threats and intimidation of Government Ministers
Ottley Hall Estate
Trade Unions
Nathaniel Dellimore

Honourable Chief Minister:
Behaviour of Opposition Members
Ottley Hall Estate
Public Works Department
Mariners.

The question "that this Council do now adjourn sine die" was then put
and agreed to.
Council adjourned accordingly at 4.12 p.m.

E. F. ADAMS,
Speaker.

Confirmed this 11th day of April, 1963.

E. F. ADAMS,
Speaker.




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