• TABLE OF CONTENTS
HIDE
 Main
 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/UF00077473/00728
 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: October 8, 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: VID00728
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 283
        Page 284
        Page 285
        Page 286
        Page 287
        Page 288
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 30: The Shops (Hours of Opening and Employment) (Amendment) Order, 1963
        Page A-103
        Page A-104
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 31: The Agricultural Workers Wages Regulation Order, 1963
        Page A-105
        Page A-106
Full Text
























SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


Vublioh9d byg uthoritg.


VOL. 96.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 OCTOBER, 1963. [No. 55.


GOVERNMENT


NOTICES.


No. 270.


HURRICANE NOTICE.


It is hereby notified for general information that in the event of a hurricane
threatening or approaching the Island, the following warnings will be given:-


(1) A red flag with a black
rectangular centre will be
flown on Police Head-
quarters.
(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
(3) Three saluting guns will
be fired.
(1) A red flag with a black
rectangular centre will be
flown from Police Sta-
tions.
(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.


FINAL HURRICANE
WARNING
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres one
above the other will be
flown on Police Head-
quarters.
(2) Church Bells will ring
for 5 minutes.
(3) The siren will blow for 5
minutes.


(1) Two red flags with
rectangular centres
be flown from Police
tions.
(2) Church Bells will
for 5 minutes.


black
will
Sta-

ring


27th August, 1963.


No. 312. Class II Clerks in the General Clerical
APPOINTMENTS. Service with effect from the dates
stated hereunder:
His Honour the Administrator has Mr. TREVOR PETERS-Treasury De-
been pleased to approve the appoint- apartment with effect from 1st July,
ment of the following persons as 1963.


x
3a R, 73^

S/S-S^C


CAUTIONARY HURRICANE
WARNING


KINGSTOWN


RURAL AREAS















284 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 OCTOBER, 1963.-(No. 55.)


Mr. LENNOX DASILVA-Magistrate's
Office with effect from 1st Septem-
ber, 1963.
8th October, 1963.
(P.Fs. 1364; 1379.)

No. 313.
MARRIAGE OFFICERS.

The following persons have been ap-
pointed Marriage Officers with effect
from 8th October, 1963:-
The Reverend ALBERT AYME..
The Reverend Father BRIAN GILL.
8th October 1963.
(180.)

No. 314.
OFFICIAL ATTESTORS.

The following persons have been ap-
pointed Official Attestors with effect
from 8th October, 1963:-
The Reverend ALBERT AYMEE.
The Reverend Father BRIAN GILL.
8th October, 1963.
(179.)

No. 315.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.

The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has been pleased to appoint
Mr. Justice PERCY LEWIS to act as Chief
Justice of the Windward and Leeward
Islands with effect from 1st October,
1963 during the period of Mr. Justice
FIELD'S vacation leave.
8th October, 1963.

No. 316.
CONFIRMATION.

With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 202 of 24th May, 1960 His Honour
the Administrator has been pleased to
approve the confirmation of Mr. S. E.
McKIE as a Permanent Secretary under
the Ministerial System with effect from
6th January, 1963.
8th October, 1963.
(P.F. 86.)

No. 317.
VACATION LEAVE.

The Honourable F. E. FIELD, Chief
Justice of the Windward and Leeward
Islands, has been granted one month's
vacation leave with effect from 1st
October, 1963. .,
8th October, 1963.


No. 318.
Mr. JOSEPH ANTHONY, Inspector of
Accounts, Treasury Department, has
been granted 30 days vacation leave
with effect from 1st October, 1963.
8th October, 1963.


No. 319.
RESUMPTION.

With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 273 of 27th August, 1963, Mr.
ORSENNEL BENTINCK, Press Minder,
Government Printing Office, resumed
duty on 27th September, 1963.
8th October, 1963.
(P.F. 974.)


No. 320.
LEGISLATION.

The Undermentioned Bill which is
published with this issue of the Gazette
may be seen at Government Office,
Kingstown Library, District Post Of-
fices, Police Stations and at all Rev-
enue Offices:-

Bill for an Ordinance further to
amend the Hotels Aid Ordinance,
1954.
8th October, 1963.
(T.P. 483.)

No. 321.
The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & O. No. 30.-The Shops (Hours
of Opening and Employment)
(Amendment) Order, 1963.

S.R. & O. No. 31.-The Agricultural
Workers Wages Regulation Order,
1963.
8th October, 1963.

No. 322.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Central Housing and Planning
Authority Aros Vale Housing and
Industrial Scheme is published with
this issue of the Gazette.

By Command,

E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.

GOVERNMENT Or TCn,
8th October, 1963.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 OCTOBER, 1963.-(No. 55.) 285


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

IMPORTANT WARNING.

POSTAL PACKAGES SENT TO
BRITAIN.

If you are posting a package (e.g. a
gift parcel) to Britain you should make
quite sure that all the contents are de-
clared and are correctly described on
the Customs declaration form. If this
is not done the whole package may be
confiscated by the British Customs, thus,
causing disappointment and loss for the
person who was to receive it.
Rum and other spirits from over
1,800 packages sent from the West In-
dies and British Guiana were confis-'
cated in 1962 by the British Customs.
This was done because the contents had
not been properly declared.

Issued by authority of
H.M. Customs and Excise, London.

King's Beam House,
Mark Lane,
London, E.C. 3.


EDUCATION NOTICES.

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION
GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

An examination for entrance to the
Grammar School next year will be held
at the Grammar School on Saturday
12th October, 1963. Candidates should
arrive for registration at 8.30 a.m. and
should each present a Birth Certificate:
and a Testimonial from his present
Teacher.
Writing paper will be provided for
the Examination but pupils must bring
their own pens, pencils and rulers

U. G. CRICK,
Headmaster.
4th October, 1963.


ENTRANCE EXAMINATION,
GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.

An examination for entrance to the
Girls' High School in January, 1964,
will be held at the Girls' High School
on Saturday, 12th October beginning at
8.30 a.m.


Candidates must present a testimonial
from their Headteacher that they have
reached the standard for entrance to a
Secondary School. Birth Certificates
should be submitted to the Headmis-
tress, Girls' High School on or before
the 9th October, 1963. Writing paper
will be provided but pupils are request-
ed to bring their own pens, pencils, and
rulers.
Parents are warned it may not be
possible to admit all who pass this ex-
amination.
B. M. HEDDLE,
Headmistress.
1st October, 1963.


General Certificate of
Education Examination of the
University of London.

It is hereby notified for the informa-
tion of interested persons that the Gen-
eral Certificate of Education Examina-
tion of the University of London will
be held in St. Vincent in June 1964.
Before applicants will be accepted as
candidates for this Examination, they
must be certified by the Education
Officer as fit to take it. For such pur-
pose, the Education Officer will require
evidence that the applicant has been
pursuing a suitable course of study.
Candidates may offer from one to ten
subjects at the Ordinary Level, and/or
from one to five subjects at the Ad-
vanced Level. They will be eligible
for a Certificate in respect of the
subjects in which they pass.
The Authorities of the University
have given notice of increases-with
effect from the June 1964 examination
-in both the Initial entry fee and the
Advanced Level subject fee, and the
fees now payable are as foliows-
(i) An initial entry fee of seven
dollars and twenty cents.
(ii) An exammatii:n fee of two
dollars and forty cents per
subject at Ordinary Level,
and seven dollars and twenty
cents per subject t Advanced
Level.
(iii) A fee of four dollars per
person to cover the cost of
transportation of scripts to
London by air.
Candidates should submit to the
Local Correspondent in writing not
later than the 31st January, 1964, their
full names, Birth Certificate, subjects
offered for the examination, and the
Treasury receipt for the fees stated
above.














286 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 OCTOBER, 1963.-(No. 55.)


Further particulars can be obtained
from the Local Correspondent.

S. C. CONNELL,
Local Correspondent.

Kingstown,
20th September, 1963.



CANADIAN AWARDS
FOR 1964-1965.

The Government of Canada have in-
vited applications for the award of
Commonwealth Scholarships, tenable in
Canadian Universities, to suitable men
and women from the West Indies under
their Commonwealth Scholarship Plan
1964-65.
2. Applicants should not have
reached their 35th birthday by 1st
October, 1964, but in special circum-
stances this age limit may be raised.
3. These scholarships are awarded
for advanced study or research, and
are open to students who before they
take up a Scholarship hold a Bachelor's
or Master's degree from a recognized
University, or some equivalent qualifi-
cation. Under special circumstances
applications will be considered from
undergraduates if the programme of
studies they wish to follow is not avail-.
able in their own country.
4. Awards will normally be made
for a period of two academic years but'
when a programme of studies so requires
they will be made for a shorter or:
longer period.
5. Each scholarship covers expenses
of travel, living and study during its
tenure.
6. Successful candidates must pro-
mise to return to St. Vincent at the end
of their scholarship period.
Further details may be obtained from
the Acting Education Officer.
Candidates who wish to be consid-
ered for the award of scholarships must
submit six copies of the prescribed
application form duly completed and
supporting documents (other than
birth certificate) to the Acting Educa-
tion Officer, not later than 31st Octo-
ber, 1963.

THEODORE V. KEANE,
Acting Education Officer.

Department of Education,
Kingstown,
16th September, 1963.


COMMONWEALTH SCHOLAR-
SHIPS CEYLON AWARDS.

Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for 3 Common-
wealth Scholarships offered by the
Government of Ceylon for 1964.
Applicants should be between the
ages of 17 and 35 years of age on 31st
July, 1963, but in special circumstances
the upper age limit may be raised.
Further information and Application
forms are available at the Education
Department, Kingstown, and these
should be completed and returned by
30th November, 1963.

THEODORE V. KEANE,
Acting Education Officer.

Department of Education,
Kingstown,
16th September, 1963.


TREASURY NOTICES.


MISSING RECEIPT-PORT ELIZA-
BETH POLICE STATION.

The undermentioned Government Re-
ceipt (Original and Duplicate) was
found to be missing from the Receipt
Book at the Port Elizabeth Police
Station when it was handed over to the
new officer in charge.
GENERAL RECEIPT BOOK-No. 7,400.
Anyone coming into possession of
this receipt should forward it to the
nearest Police Station or Revenue
Office, or direct to the Treasury, Kings-
town.
P. D. O'N. CRICHTON,
Accountant General.
8th October, 1963.


INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT.

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that taxes on lands (exclud-
ing house spots and lots) in the island
of Bequia are payable between 1st
November and 31st December 1963 at
the Revenue Office, Bequia and the,
Inland Revenue Department, Kings-
town, and not to the Bequia District
Council. Rates on houses and lots of
land for dwelling still remain the re-
sponsibility of the B.D.C.
The Land and House Tax Depart-
ment has now been authorised to col-
lect current taxes and arrears from
persons whose names appear on the Re-















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 OCTOBER, 1963.-(No. 55.) 287


vised Tax Roll. and taxpayers are attend a meeting of the Branch to be
asked to check tho Tax Roll in respect held at the Diamond Buying Station
of the island of Bequia at the Revenue on Thursday 10th October, 1963, at
Office, Police Station or the Bequia 5 p.m.
District Council Office, Port Elizabeth,
the Police Station, Paget Farm and the AGENDA.
Land and House Tax Department,
Kingstown, to see whether their names 1. Prayers.
appear, and the amount of tax payable. 2. Reading and Confirmation of Min-
P. D. O'N. CRICHTON, utes of last meeting.
Accountant General. 3. Matters arising out of the Minutes.
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown, 4. Discussion with growers concern-
c 4 t- ;Ti,, t in ba hanrlinrr f fruit


ka Un n cenUL
25th September, 1963.


ST. VINCENT BANANA GROWERS
ASSOCIATION.

DIAMOND DISTRICT BRANCH.

NOTICE OF MEETING.

All registered growers of the Dia-
mond District Branch are invited to


5. Request for a petition to Govern-
ment re bad state of roads at New
Adelphi.
6. Other Business.

ROOSEVELT KING,
Secretary,
Diamond District Branch.

27th September, 1963.


TREASURY NOTICE.

INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT.

It is hereby notified for general information that "Land and House Tax"
in respect of the current year will be received without fine at the Inland
Revenue Department, Kingstown, and at the District Revenue Offices at
Georgetown, Barrouallie, Union Island and Bequia during the period 1st
November to 31st December, 1963, and at Sandy Bay, Colonarie, Biabou,
Mesopotamia, Layou and Chateaubelair on the dates listed hereunder:-

Sandy Bay ...... On Friday 22nd November and 20th
December.

Colonarie ...... On Thursday 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th No-
vember and 5th, 12th, 19th December.

Mesopotamia ...... On Friday 1st, 15th, 29th November
and 6th, 13th, 27th December.

Biabou ...... On Tuesday 3rd, 10th and 17th De-
cember.

Layou ...... On Thursday 7th, Monday 18th, Thurs-
day 28th November and Thursday 5th,
Monday 9th, Thursday 19th and Mon-
day 23rd December.


Chateaubelair


...... On Friday 8th, 15th, 29th November
and Friday 6th, Tuesday 10th, Friday
13th, 20th, 27th December.


P. D. O'N. CRICHTON,
Accountant General.


Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
Saint Vincent,
28th September, 1963.











288 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 OCTOBER, 1963.-(No. 55.)


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


Average circulation during July, 1963
British Caribbean Currency
Demonetised Government Notes



British Caribbean notes and coins in
circulation on 1st September, 1963
Trinidad and Tobago ...... ......
B arbados ...... ... ..... ......
British Guiana ...... ..... .. ......
G renada ...... ...... ...... ......
St. Vincent ...... ...... ...... ......
St. Lucia ...... ...... ...... ......
Dom inica ...... .... ...... .... .
Antigua ...... .. ......
St. Kitts ...... .... ... ..
M ontserrat ........... ......
"Proof Sets" of Coins ...... ......

Total British Caribbean notes and coins
in circulation on 1st September, 1963
Demonetised Government Notes out-
standing on 1st September, 1963
Trinidad and Tobago ...... ......
Barbados ... ...... .. ..
British Guiana ...... ............

Total demonetised Govt. notes out-
standing ........ ...

Total circulation on 1st September, 1963


Notes
$


99,665,067
966,196

$100,631,263



40,697,089
5,354,925
36,889,906
5,235,100
1,028,800
1,649,253
2,583,400
5,418,300
354,600
263,300


Coins
$

5,115,597


$5,115,597


2,380,121
711,850
1,070,252
213,800
121,325
144,675
122,725
189,000
144,925
26,100
1,870


$ 99,474,673 $5,126,643


667,482
62,971
234,927


965,380

$100,440,053 $5,126,643


As result of the enactment of Exchange Control legislation in British
Guiana, movements of currency notes by travellers from that Territory to other
Territories participating in the Currency Agreement appear to have become
abnormal since 1962 and the circulation in some Territories, on the basis of
issues less withdrawals, adjusted to take account of Bank transfers, has in
consequence become unrealistic and in fact misleading.


British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Buildings,
Port of Spain,
TRINIDAD.


W. V. BROWNE,
Acting Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.


SAINT VINCENT. at the Court House in Kingstown the
I undermentioned goods and chattels, the
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE property of the above-named defendant,
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND Henry Afflick Haynes, levied upon by
LEEWARD ISLANDS. virtue of a writ of seizure and sale
Issued in the above suit:-
A.D. 1962. 1 Yacht-"Singora", built in Eng-
land of grown oak timbers and
Suit No. 8/1962 teak planks
45 ft. in length
Between 10 ft. 7 ins. beam
ROBERT ARTHUR LALLY -Plaintiff 6 ft. in draft


and

HENRY AFFLICK HAYNES -Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that on
Saturday the 26th day of October, 1963,
between the hours of 12 o'clock noon
and 3 p.m. there will be put up for sale


Ketch rig with engine
Dated this 5th October, 1963.

D. A. NILES,
Acting Deputy Registrar
Supreme Court.
Registrar's Office,
Kingstown,
Saint Vincent.


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





















103


SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORD]


1963, No. 30.


DEC 30 1963


SHOPS (HOURS OF OPENING AND EMPLOYMENT) (AM D*
ORDER.


(Gazetted 8th October, 1963).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Shops (Hours of Open-
ing and Employment) (Amendment) Order, 1963, and shall be read as one
with the Shops (Hours of Opening and Employment) Order, 1963, (S.R. & O.
1963, No. 8) hereinafter referred to as the principal Order.
2. Section 4 of principal Order amended. Section 4 of the principal
Order is hereby amended-
(a) by substituting the word I.-v.-," for the words "thirty minutes
past ten" appearing in the third line, and the words "eleven
o'clock" for the words "six o'clock" appearing in the fifth line of
paragraph (4) thereof;
(b) by substituting the words "nine o'clock in the evening" for the
words "four o'clock in the afternoon" appearing in the third and
fourth lines of paragraph (6) thereof; and
(c) by substituting the word "ten" for the word "seven" appearing
in the sixth line of the said paragraph (6) thereof.

3. Section 5 of principal Order amended. Section 5 of the principal
Order is hereby amended-
(a) by substituting the words "nine o'clock in the morning" for the
words "four o'clock. in the afternoon" appearing in the third line
of sub-paragraph (a) of paragraph (2) thereof; and
(b) by substituting a colon for the full stop appearing at the end of
sub-paragraph (b) of the said paragraph (2) thereof and adding
immediately thereafter the following Proviso:-
"Provided that any person employed in or about the business
S 7 a q y of any pharmacy for more than eight hours in any day or after
7' eight o'clock on any evening, shall be paid one and a half times
5- / tthe hourly rate for every hour or part of an hour so employed."

Md~ipn







































4. Schedule to principal Order amended. The Schedule to the principal
Order is hereby amended by substituting the word "ten" for the word "nine"
and the word "nine" for the word "eight" wherever those words occur in the
Second Column thereof.


Made by the Administrator in Council under the authority of the Shops
(Hours of Opening and Employment) Ordinance, 1942, this 3rd day of
September, 1963.

GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.



Laid before the Legislative Council under section 3 of the aforesaid
Ordinance, this 3rd day of October, 1963.

O. S. BARROW,
Clerk of Legiilative Council.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
SPrice 8 cents.
1963.






















SAINT VINOENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDE
9 DEC 30 1968
1963, No. 31.
AGRICULTURAL WORKERS WAGES REGULATION

(Gazetted 8th October, 1963.)

Short Title. This order may be cited as the Agricultural Workers Wages
Regulation Order, 1963.
2. Remuneration. The statutory minimum remuneration payable to the
workers to whom the Wages Council (Agriculture) Order (S.R. & 0. 1956,
No. 19), applies as well as holidays to be allowed, shall be in accordance with
the provisions contained in the Schedule to this Order.
3. Cancellation. The Agricultural Workers Wages Regulation Order,
1960 (S.R. & O. 1960, No. 39), is hereby cancelled.

Made by the Administrator under section 10 (4) of the Wages Councils
Ordinance, 1953 (No. 1 of 1953), this 5th day of October, 1963.

S. H. GRAHAM,
Administrator.

SCHEDULE

MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR TIME WORK
1. The Minimum remuneration to be paid to the workers to whom this
Order applies, employed on time-work, shall be as follows:-
Men ...... $1.68 per day for a day of 8 hours
Women ...... $1.35 per day for a day of 8 hours

MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR OVERTIME
2. Whenever a worker to whom this Order applies, employed on time-
work, works with the consent of his employer for more than eight hours on any
ordinary day he shall be paid (except as is hereinafter provided) for every
hour or part thereof time and a half, and for all work done on Sundays and
Public Holidays, double time: Provided that this does not apply to stockmen,
grooms and workers employed on the shift system but whose total earnings
must not be less than the daily minimum wage when such earnings are divided
by the number of days worked in the period whether paid on a weekly, fort-
S nightly or monthly basis.

3^.7R99
cg iG^^y






























106

MINIMUM REMUNERATION TO WATCHMEN

Watchmen employed under this Order shall not receive less than the
daily minimum wage when such earnings are divided by the numbers of hours
actually worked in the period whether paid on a weekly, fortnightly or
monthly basis.

MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR PIECE WORK AND TASK WORK

4. The minimum remuneration to be paid to workers, to whom this Order
applies, when employed on piece-work, or task work shall be as follows:-
Digging arrowroot: 41 cents per basket measuring 28" in diameter
and filled to a height of 14"
Digging peanuts: 28 cents per kerosene tin filled to the height of
the tin.
Picking cotton: 31/ cents per lb. (No deduction for moisture).
Provided that where a worker is employed on any piece-work or task-
work the employer shall be deemed to pay wages at less than the minimum
wage unless he shows that the rate for a period of 8 hours was not less than
the minimum wage for a day.

HOLIDAYS WITH PAY

5. Every worker to whom this Order applies shall be entitled to holidays
with pay as follows:-
(1) 7 days holidays with pay for 201 days and over worked
(2) 6 ,, ,, .,, ,, 176-200 days worked
(3) 5 ,, ,,151-175
(4) 4 ,, 126150 ,,
(5) 3 ,, ,, 100-125

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


[ Price: 8 cents. ]


1963.




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