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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

nablishd bA gltthorit.


VOL. 98.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 AUGUST, 1965. [No. 48.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
No. 188.
RADIO' BROADCAST-F. A. PHILLIPS, LL.B.
My Dear People of St. Vincent,
By the time this message reaches you, I shall be back in Montreal, my
wife and one child will be in New York and the other children will be in
Barbados. Because we are scattered it must therefore be on account of all of
us that I address these brief words of farewell to you.
First, I want to say what pleasure it was for us to renew so many
acquaintances in the few weeks that I had the pleasure of administering the
Government. It was 14 years since we last spent a month here. We all
found St. Vincent as hospitable and luxurious a place as it ever was. Indeed
there was a warmth of friendship and greeting that captivated us wherever
we went. I was particularly happy that, thanks to Commodore Dannreuther,
the Commander of the British Forces in the Caribbean, I was able to visit
Union Island to see and talk to our many friends there. It was also heartening
to be able to go back to Bequia after so long a lapse of time and to see how
greatly improved things are. I would have liked to visit more schools and
to see what was going on in the Government Offices, but time just did not
permit this.
We enjoyed labouring in so interesting a corner of the vineyard even if
the time was so short. It is clear that great strides have been made since
we last lived here. But there can be no doubt that great problems lie ahead;
and it is in the solving of these that every one of you must play a part. There
are some people who tend to take no thought of the morrow but I am sure
you will all agree with me that any such attitude on the part of West Indians
spells disaster. We live in a competitive age when, especially in economic
terms, it is a question of the survival of the fittest. We cannot therefore
afford to remain complacent in respect of the economic problems that face not
only St. Vincent but the whole area. I am confident that every one will avree
that in the shrinking world in which we now live no one liveth to himself. The





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242 SAINT VINCENT,. TUESDAY, 10 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 48.)


sooner we can become one family rather than Vincentians, Trinidadians,
Dominicans and Jamaicans the better it will be for all of us. We must ruth-
lessly stamp out all parochialism and insular prejudices. We must cease to
hurl personal invectives one against the other in this island community.
We must strive together towards making the country one in which all citizens
can live together in peace and without fear. In this respect the young people
have a special part to play and I appeal to young and old to face up to their
responsibility. What is needed most in this island is moral reconstruction
and with goodwill it can be achieved.

My wife joins me in expressing our regret that because of the shortness
of time and the pressures of official business we were unable to see many of the
friends we would have liked to see and entertain. We know you will in the
circumstances be indulgent with us on this score, and we look forward to
seeing many of you when you visit Barbados. We take this opportunity of
wishing you all God's blessings and every prosperity in the future.

10th August, 1965.


No. 189.
By His Honour FRED ALBERT PHILLIPS,
Acting Administrator of SAINT VINCENT.

(L.S.)

F. A. PHILLIPS,
Acting Administrator.

DIRECTION DELEGATING CERTAIN POWERS OF THE ADMINISTRATOR.

By virtue of the power and authority vested in me under section 53 of the
Saint Vincent (Constitution) Order in Council, 1959, and all other powers
enabling me, and acting after consultation with the Public Service Commission,
I do hereby direct that power to make appointments to the offices set out in
the Schedule hereto, and power to dismiss and exercise disciplinary control
over persons acting in those offices, or any of those powers, shall (without
prejudice to the exercise of such powers by the Administrator acting after
consultation with the Public Service Commission) be exercisable by the Public
Officers designated in Part I of the Schedule hereto and subject to the conditions
specified in Part II thereof.

And I do hereby command all and singular Her Majesty's officers,
Ministers, and loving subjects in the Colony of Saint Vincent and all others
whom it may concern, to take due notice hereof, and to govern themselves
accordingly.

SCHEDULE.
PART I.

Public Officers Offices

Chief Secretary .. Messengers, Administrator's Office.

District Officer, Southern Grenadines Caretaker, Overseer of Roads, Ponds,
etc., Southern Grenadines.
Senior Auditor .. Messenger, Audit Department.

Registrar, Supreme Court .. Messengers, Judicial Department.

Attorney General .. Messenger, Legal Department.

Permanent Secretary, Chief Minister's Messenger, Chief Minister's Office,
Office .. Attendant, Apprentices, Printing Of-













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 48.1 243


Public Officers


Offices


Secretary & Technical Officer,
C.H. & P.A.

Accountant General

Collector of Customs and Excise ..


Comptroller of Inland Revenue

Social Welfare & Probation Officer ..



Education Officer & Chief Inspector
of Schools

Headmaster, Grammar School

Headmistress, Girls' High School ..

Senior Medical Officer






Superintendent of Prisons

Librarian


Superintendent of Agriculutre




Labour Commissioner

Crown Surveyor

Port & Marine


Postmaster



Superintendent of Public Works


Permanent Secretaries


Messenger, Central Housing & Planning
Authority, All daily paid employees.

Messengers, Accountant General's De-
partment.
Customs Guards, Preventive Guards,
Coxswain, Customs Launch, Customs
Boatmen.
Messenger, Inland Revenue Department.

Gardener and General Handyman,
Fairhall Approved School, Female
Attendants, Fairhall Approved School,
Messenger.
Messenger, Education Department. Pu-
pil Teacher, Student Teachers, Junior
Handicraft Instructress.
Messenger, Grammar School.

Messenger, Girls' High School.

Seamstresses, Male Attendants, Messen-
gers, Student Nurses, Technician,
Clerk, Cooks and Servants, Student
Dispensers, Student Technician, Fe-
male Attendants, Drivers, Pick-up,
Midwife-Dresser, Foreman, Sanitary
gang, all daily paid employees.
Temporary Prison Officers.

Messenger, Public Library.


.Labour Supervisor, Botanic Gardens,
Messenger, Forest Guard, Crown
Ranger, Bequia, Crown Ranger,
Union Island, all daily paid em-
ployees.
Messenger, Labour Department.

Messenger, Lands and Surveys.

. Lighthouse Keepers and Signalmen,
Messenger.

. District Post Officers, Postman, Mail
Van Drivers, Rural Postmen, all
daily paid employees.

.Messengers, Storeroom Porter, Care-
takers and Watchmen, Timekeeper/
Checker, Caretaker/Pipefitter, Patrol-
man & Helper Southern Area, Assist-
ant Operators, Telephones, Relief
Operator, Operators District Ex-
changes, Apprentice Linesman, all
daily paid workers.

Messengers in their respective Ministries.













244 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 48.)


PART II.
CONDITIONS.

The exercise of the powers hereinbefore delegated shall be subject to the
following conditions:-
(a) The powers shall not be applicable to any office if and when such office
is declared to be a pensionable office;
(b) the procedure provided in General Orders for the taking of disciplinary
proceedings shall be strictly followed. In particular the officer to be
proceeded against shall be issued specific charges in writing and given
every opportunity to exculpate himself. There shall be a right of
appeal against any finding or decision to the Administrator; and
(c) for the avoidance of doubt the Public Officers to whom the powers
herein are delegated shall, in the exercise of those powers, not be
subject to the direction or control of any person or authority except
the Administrator.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony of Saint Vincent
at Government Office in the Island of Saint Vincent this 3rd day of
August, 1965.



No. 160.
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:-
CAUTIONARY FINAL HURRICANE WARNING


(1) A red flag with a black
rectangular centre will be
flown on Police Headquar-
ters.

(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.

(3) Three saluting guns will be
fired.


A red flag
rectangular
flown from


with a black
centre will be
Police Stations.


Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.


(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres one
above the other will be
flown on Police Headquar-
ters.

(2) Church Bells will ring for 5
minutes.

(3) The siren will blow for 5
minutes.

(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres will be
flown from Police Stations.

(2) Church Bells will ring for 5
minutes.


No. 190.
LEGISLATION.

The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.I. 1964 No. 1665.-The Admiralty
Jurisdiction (Saint Vincent) Or-
der, 1964.

S.R. & 0, No. 19.-The Import (Fresh
Fish, Eggs and Chicken Carcasses)
Regulations, 1965.


S.R. & O. No. 20.-The Stamp (King
George VI Issues) Invalidation
Regulations, 1965.
(C.W. 589.)
10th August, 1965.


No. 191.
The undermentioned Bills are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette and
may be seen at Government Office,


KINGSTOWN


RURAL AREAS (1)


(2)

13th July, 1965.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 48.) 246


Kingstown Library, District Post
Offices, Police Stations and at all Rev-
enue Offices:-
Bill for an Ordinance to provide that
the service of Errey B. John with
the Government of the Colony
shall be deemed to be continuous
for the purposes of pension.
(Seeretariat 1320.)

Bill for an Ordinance to provide the
period of pensionable service of
Jessie May Buchan.
(P.F. 599.)
Private Bill for an Ordinance to pro-
vide for the incorporation of the
Executive Committee of the Evan-
gelical Church of the West Indies
(West Indies Mission.)
10th August, 1965.

No. 192.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

Annual Report of the Lands and
Surveys Department for the year 1962.




DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.


INTRODUCTION COURSES FOR
STUDENTS GOING TO BRITAIN,
1965

It would be difficult to overstress the
importance to students going overseas
of orientation before settling down to
their studies, and the British Council
in London is arranging a series of 4-day
Residential Courses at various Halls of
Residence of the University of London
for students going to Britain during
1965.
The object of these Courses is to
provide a practical introduction to life
in Britain, and to meet the needs of
students the Courses will concentrate
on local conditions of life and study
in Britain. In addition to lectures and
discussions, students will be taken on
tours to places of interest and on shop-
ping expeditions where practical advice
will be given on the purchase of suit-
able warm clothing. The first of these


Report of a Committee to advise on
the establishment of Free Ports in the
Grenadines.
10th August, 1965.

No. 193.
Copies of the Minutes of the Nine-
teenth Sitting of the Fourth Session of
the Legislative Council held on the
22nd March, 1965, of the Minutes of the
First Sitting of the Fifth Session of the
Legislative Council held on the 23rd
April, 1965 and of Minutes of the Second
Sitting of the Fifth Session of the Legis-
lative Council held on the 11th June,
1965, which may be seen at Government
Office, the Kingstown Library and at all
Revenue Offices are published with this
issue of the Gazette.

By Command,

H. H. WILLIAMS,
Chief Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
10th August, 1965.



Residential Courses will start on
August 25th, and they will continue
throughout September.
There is no Course fee: The British
Council will pay the full cost of tuition
and administrative expenses. Students,
however, will be required to pay for
their accommodation and board at a
cost of approximately 1 per day, and
personal incidental expenses such as
bus fares, etc. A great number of
students from overseas have attended
these Courses in the past and have
found them very practical and useful.
Any students from the Windward and
Leeward Islands who wishes to join
one of these Courses should apply to:
The Representative,
The British Council,
P.O. Box 68,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad, W.I.
for an enrolment form which should be
completed and returned with a regis-
tration fee of 10/- (which will be
deducted from the cost of accommoda-
tion) and the student will then be
placed on the first available course.











246 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 48.)


COMMONWEALTH
SCHOLARSHIPS

1. Applications are invited for
Commonwealth Scholarships offered by
the United Kingdom Government under
the Commonwealth Scholarship and
Fellowship Scheme and telable aL in-
stitutions of higher learning in the
United Kingdom from October, 1966.
The scholarships are intended for
persons of high intellectual promise
who may be expected to make a signi-
ficant contribution to life in their own
countries on their return from study
abroad. They are primarily available
for postgraduate study or research at
Universities and at colleges of techno-
logy, but may be held for courses at
other institutions, e.g., in the fields of
ad'ilt, social or rural education, of fine
art, of architecture, or of industrial
design.
2. Tenure. A scholarship is tenable
for a programme of study or research
normally extending over a period of
two academic years and leading to a
university degree or similar qualifica-
tion. An award may however be made
for one academic year only.
3. Emoluments. These include:-
(a) fares to U.K. and return on
expiry of the scholarship;
(b) approved tuition, laboratory
and examination fees;
(c) personal maintenance allowance
at the rate of 56. 10s per
month;
(d) a grant for books and apparatus
of _L25 per year and of up to
25 for typing and binding of
ilesis, where applicable;
(e) a grant for expenses of approved
travel within Britain of up to
25 per year;
(f) an initial clothing grant of 40
for such scholars coming from
tropical countries as are recom-
mended to receive it;
(g) for male scholars accompanied
by their wives, a marriage al-
lowance at the rate of 22. 10s.
per month, and allowances at the
rate of 5, 3. 6s. 8d and
2. 18s. 4d per month respect-
ively for the first, second and
third of his children tmder the
age of 16 who are with him in
Britain. (These allowances will
not be payable during the first
year of the tenure of a scholar-
ship unless the scholar was mar-
ried at the time of the award,
and will not be payable in re-


spect of a wife who holds a
scholarship herself or is in paid
employment.)
4. Eligibility. Candidates must
normally be resident in the West Indies
and must be, or hope to be, by October,
1966, graduates of a university or col-
lege in their country or holders of an
equivalent qualification. No applica-
tions will also be considered from such
persons without a degree or similar
qualification who wish to take a first
course of study in the U.K. provided
they are normally resident in a country
where no university or college offers
courses in the subjects of their choice.
5. Applicants should not have
reached their 35th birthday by 1st
October, 1966, but preference will be
given to candidates who are between
22 and 28 years of age. Only in ex-
ceptional circumstances applications
may be accepted from candidates over
35 years of age.
6. Method of application: Appli-
cations must be made through unit
Governments in septuplicate, and on
prescribed forms available from the
Education Officer, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent. Applicants must lodge their
applications not later than 31st Octo-
ber, 1965. Applications that are in-
complete or are not supported by the
required documents will not be enter-
tained.
THEODORE V. KEANE.
Education Officer.
3rd August, 1965.


SAINT VINCENT.

BY AUTHORITY OF THE
REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ORDINANCE
(CHAPTER 156 OF THE LAWS
OF SAINT. VINCENT).

(Gazetted 3rd August, 1965.)

NOTICE.

NOTICE is hereby given that an
application was on the 30th November,
1964 made by the COSDEN OIL &
CHEMICAL COMPANY, a corporation
organised and existing under the laws
of the State of Delaware, United States
of America, of Big Spring, Texas,
United States of America, for a
PATENT relating to REACTORS
AND APPARATUS FOR CONTINU-
OUS EXOTHERMIC REACTIONS.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 48.) 247


Any person may at any time WITH-
IN TWO MONTHS from the date of
the publication of this notice 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 ORDIN-
ANCE, (Chapter 155) (see below) for
opposition to the grant of Letters
Patent.

Section 27 (1) of Chapter 155.

"Any person may, at any time within
two months from the date of the adver-
tisement of the acceptance of a complete
specification, give notice at the Registry
of Patents of opposition to the grant
of the patent, on the ground of the
applicant having obtained the inven-


tioni from him, or from a person of
whom he is the legal representative, or
on the ground that the invention has
been patented in the Colony, or an
application of prior date, but on no
other ground."

H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar of Patents.


c/o The Registry,
Supreme Court,
The Court House,
Kingstown,
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
28th July, 1965.


ATTENTION

COTTON GROWERS

The price of $1.51 per lb. white lint was obtained for the last two cotton
crops. This permitted a worthwhile price to be paid to growers along with
a small bonus. The bonus would have been bigger but for the high percentage
of stained cotton for which there is little or no market now. The price to be
offered by the spinners for the 1965/66 crop is not yet known but it is expected
that it will be similar to that obtained last crop with a slight possibility of a
small increase.
This crop growers will have the added advantage of having their cotton
sprayed free of charge. It is hoped that the spraying will greatly reduce
the amount of stained cotton which will mean increased returns to the grower
and to the island as a whole.
The market for cotton at the moment and the new gins and the bale press
for the ginnery are here and will be in operation for the coming crop.
Growers are therefore advised to plant more cotton this season. At the
price prevailing cotton can be grown at a profit. We can sell all the cottno
we produce now and in order to help save our shaky economy and avoid over-
producing sweet potatoes we should seize this opportunity and plant more
cotton.
For best results growers are reminded to follow these simple rules:

1. Prepare the land early and keep it clean weeded both before and after
planting.
2. Plant early, as soon as the csason opens, and make every effort to
complete all planting between 16th and the 31st August. This is most
important.
3. Plant 10 seeds per hole to ensure good germination and an even stand
of plants.
4. Space the cotton closely. The general recommendation is 4 ft.
banks with holes 2 ft. apart along the banks, leaving 2 plants per hole after
thinning.
5. Thin out the cotton to two plants per hole when the seedlings are
two to three weeks old. Thinning out is best done after a shower of rain,
but do not delay thinning beyond three weeks, rain or no rain.
6. Do not plant other crops such as corn and sweet potatoes between
the cotton, or if you must, then just a little.
7. If your land is strong apply Sulphate of Ammonia at the rate of
400 lbs. per acre or 16: 4: 16 N P H fertilizer at 6-800 lbs. per acre to the
cotton when it is 5 weeks old. Two level tablespoons of the fertilizer, applied










248 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 48.)


one on each side of each hole of cotton is roughly equal to 400 lbs. of fertilizer
per acre. Place the fertilizer two inches away from the cotton plant on each
side of it in holes about two inches deep. In poorer, sandy soils cotton seed
meal applied on ranging is a good practice.
8. Insect pests can be controlled or kept in check by applying recom-
mended insecticides at the correct rates of application. Growers are asked
to report to their Agricultural Officers the first appearance of Stainers, Stink
Bugs and Pink Boll Worms as early as possible. This will greatly assist
their better control. Remember the more insect damage the more stained
cotton and the less money to the grower.
9. At the end of the cotton crop, thoroughly destroy all cotton plants
and seed cotton residues and observe the close season regulations scrupulously.
Watch those Ochroes-they should not be grown in the close season.
The price paid last crop for white seed cotton was 28i per lb. and for
stained cotton 6S per lb. only. This year's prices will be about the same. It
pays to produce white and not stained cotton.
Lastly, in areas where cotton does not do well it is best to avoid them as
you are likely to lose your money.
C. L. DeFREITAS,
Acting Superintendent of Agriculture.


INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 94 of the "Land
and House Tax Ordinance" Chapter 194 as amended by Ordinance No. 12 of
1954, the following properties which were sold for arrears of taxes on the 19th
day of June, 1965, will vest absolutely in the purchasers' names unless the
Owners or any other person or persons having an interest in the properties
sold pay into the Treasury the said purchase price Plus Ten Per Centum thereof
before the expiration of three (3) months from the date of sale.


A. A. EDWARDS,
Acting Accountant General.


Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
24th July, 1965.


Name of Owner
or Occupier


Situation of
Property


Description of
Property


__ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _I I


Browne, Austin T. Langley Park


Davis, Robert

Duncan, Headley

Scott, William,


Langley Park

Adelphi

Fairbairns


5 acres of land

4 acs. 1 rd. 20 p. of land

2 rds. 3 pls. of land

1 acre of land


ARROWROOT BOARD NOTICE.



Notice is given of a Statutory
General Meeting of the members of
St. Vincent Co-Operative Arrowroot
Association to be held at the Memorial
Hall on Saturday 21st August 1965 at
10 o'clock a.m.


AGENDA:
To Ballot for 15 members who will
in turn elect 6 members to serve on
the Arrowroot Board for the crop
year 1965/6.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD.
R. L. G. ROACH,
General Manager.
20th July, 1965.


Amount
sold for


Date


19.6.65

19.6.65

19.6.65

19.6.65


$ 70.00

$ 30.00

$ 8.00

$100.00













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 48.) 249


CUSTOMS NOTICE.



By authority of Sections 27 and 28 Cap 183 of the Laws of St. Vincent, the undermentioned goods
which have been in the Government Warehouse for over one year at 31st May, 1965, shall be sold at
Public Auction on Wednesday 18th August, 1965 at 1.30 p.m. unless duly cleared or re-warehoused.

JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs & Excise.
H.M. Customs,
St. Vincent.
1st July, 1965.
QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 1


Date
Ware-
housed


Ship's Name


Consignee


Marks


No. &
Description
of Package


Contents


4. 1. 64 Lady Angela Corea & Co. Ltd. B.B.

QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2


20 ctns. Mt. Gay Rum


Carib Clipper George A. Forde
Memnon Corea & Co. Ltd.
Mandalay II Hadley Bros & Sons
Carib Clipper George A. Forde
Federal Maple Corea & Co. Ltd.
Mandalay II Hadley Bros.
Federal Palm Corea & Co. Ltd.


4.12.63 Suncarona


H.H.
SHIPCO
G. A. Veira & Sons
N.S. Grenada
Corea & Co. Ltd.
P.H.
B.B.


E.B.
C.K.CG
W. J. Abbott & SonsF.J.D.N.


11. 3.64 Federal Maple Corea & Co. Ltd.


16. 3.64 Telamon

4. 4.64 Ice Pearl


Corea & Co. Ltd.

J. H. Hazel & Sons


15. 4.64 Wilhelm
Doerenkamp Corea & Co. Ltd.


22. 4.64 Benefactor
14. 7.61 Mandalay


J. H. Hazell & Sons
Order


26. 6.63 Federal Maple Order
9.11.63 Belqueen Order


Themis
Slwood
Brunsick
Barbados
Pioneer

Federal Map
M1wood
Lillevaan
1runshausen
landers M


Order
Order
Order
Order


Order
le J. H. Hazell
Order
Order
Order
Order


DAS
C.L.T.

Baynes Bros.

E.W.

N.M. (P.II.V.)

E.W.R.A

W.J.A.
T.P.S.

Samco
W.J.A.
(for DeNobriga
McD. B.
SHELL
W.J.A.
James O'Dowd

Fernandez
H.B.
E.W.R.A.
P T.C.O.
A.G.
Cyril


3
1
1
4622/2 1
1
1
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ctns.
c/s
Pkg.
ctn.
c/s
Pkg.
ctn.


Pear ',ectar
Adv. Material
Merchandise
Shoes
Merchandise
Copra Bags
Pineapple
Juice


8770 1 ctn. Beef
4385 1 c/s Beef
2 Pails Ice Cream
Coating
1 ctn. Libby's Goods
1 ctn. Delmonte
Products
8 Bdls. Empty Galvd.
Cans
1-12 12 ctns. Toilet Paper
& Paper Towels
1 ctn. Auto Spares

1 bag Mello Loaf
Flour
20 '124 1 ctn. Ovaltino
2 ctns. Pharm. Pro-
ducts
I ctn. Tomato Paste
1 c/s Machinery


1/2







100A
Standard
Motors


2 Bdls.
1 c/s
1 Loose
1 ctn.

1 ctn.
I Keg
I ctns.
2 etns.
1 etn.
1 c/s


Leather Cloth
Machinery
Tyre
Merchandise

Merchandise
Oxide
Cigarettes
HeinekensBeer
Adv. Material
Machinery


10.12.63
17.12.63
31.12.63
3. 1.64
10. 1.64
1. 2.64
5. 2.64


4.12.63
11.12.63
21.12.63
12. 1.64


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250 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 48.)


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2 (Contd.)


Date
Ware-
housed


Ship's Name


Consignee


Marks


Nos.


No. &
Description
of Package


26. 2.64 Federal Palm Reddock Agencies Reddock Agencies


4. 3.64 Federal Palm
13. 3.64 Gardenia W

20. 3.64 Alw .od

24. 3.64 Flaniers M


12. 4.64 Federal Maple
15. 4.64 Vamos
15. 4.64 Bel ieen


22. 4.64 Fedeial Palm
22. 4.64 Fedcdi Maple


Order of Original
Hadley Bros Sons
& Co.
David Dear & Co.

Order
Order
Order
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Order
Esso Fertilizer
Plant
Order
Order
Corea & Co. Ltd.


29. 4.64 Dal,;man Order
8. 5.64 Feder:d Paim Corea & Co. Ltd.



13. 5.64 Fed,!'1l Maple Corca & Co. Ltd.
27. 5.64 Adelta A. CGe. A. "rde


B.O.L.G.L.T.
P.C.II.

D.D. & Co.

N/M
N/M
N/M
P.H.V.
N/M
Esso Fertilizer .'ant

R.P.
R.L.
McC. Y.

King & Sons
B.B.


DAS


C & Co.
C.R.D.


1 Pkg. Advertising
Matter
(P.O.S.) 1 ctn. Canned Goods
1 Bale Copra Bags

2 etns. Ascot Cig-
arettes
4 ctns. Havoline Oil
1 Pail Texaco Oil
1 Pc. Machinery
1485 1 ctn. Merchandise
5 Loose Tractor Tyres
I Loose Pipe


I etn.
I c/s
I ctn.


Clorox
Toilet Prep.
Canned Nectar


Pear
1-2 2 ctns. Vacuum Flasks
5 ctns. Pineapple
Juice
c tn. Pineapple
Juice
1 ctn. Jello
4 crates Garlic


BAGGAGE ROOM


Conveyance


Consignee


16. 2.64 E.D. Layne &Sons 2409710 Plank
19. 2.64 Royal Bank-
F. J. Dare 410192
4. 4.64 J. C. Carlisle & Co. 235751
4. 5.64 Alwvn Williams 418589
10. 6.64 Val U Electrical 3!8506


J. TI Hazell


1 Pkg.


1 Pkg. Lingerie
1 Pkg. Motor
1 Pkg. Motor Parts
1 Pkg, Advertising
Material
Pke G.M.U.


"').1?.63 Unknown


Contents


Date
Ware-
housed


Marks


No. &
Description
of Package


Declared
Contents


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 48.) 251


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NOTICE

It is hereby notified that the undermentioned articles which have been in the Queen's Warehouse
and Baggage Room for over one (1) year, and are not worth the duty thereon, 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.
6th July, 1965.

QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2


Conveyance


Consignee


Marks


No. &
Nos. Description Declared Contents
of Packages


8. 2.64 Adviser


2.63

1.64


Federal Palm

Hertha


12. 1.64 Barbados
Pioneer
3. 4.64 Explorer

11. 4.64 FortFleur
De Pu
15. 4.64 Wilhelm
Doerenkaimp
27. 5.65 Adelta A


J. H. ilazell
& Sons


Royal Bank
Canada
W. J. Abbott

Order

Order

Ceest Ind.
Ltd.
Corea & Co

G. A. Forde


H.B.S.C.

Ferrari


R.II.C.

W.J.A.

Trading Agy.

P.II.V.

M.S.

E.W.R.A.


1 crate Agents Signs

1 Parcel Metal Adv.
Signs
1 case Plastic Goods


1 1 ctn. Advertising
Matter
1 ctn. Advertising
Matter
46 1 case Advertising
Matter
1 Parcel Labels


SBag

4 Crates


C.R.D.


Mello Loaf
Flour
Garlic


18. 6. 63 Plane


J.H.H.


24. 6.63
20.12.63

18. 1.64


2.64
3.64
5.64
5.64
5.64
5.64
5.64


BAGGAGE ROOM

Fred J. DeNobriga


Hollis Bristol
Manager Barclays Bank

0. D. Brisbane & Sons

Geo. A. Veira & Sons
Val-U Electrical Service
Carl Stephens
Carl Stephens
Carl Stephens
Carl Stephens
Amy Cole


309651 1 pkg. Windshield
Glass
(Broken)
370400 1pkg. Shoes (Odd)
2553962 1 pkg. Advertising
Material
1495970 1 pkg. Advertising
Material
418583 1 pkg. Calendars
2783673 1 pkg. Pamphlets etc.
417990 1 pkg. Newspapers
417996 1 pkg. Newspapers
418003 1 pkg. Newspapers
418014 1 pkg. Newspapers
421980 1 pkg. Newspapers


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STATUTORY INST IT M E N T CENTS

1964 No. 1665

OVERSEAS TERRITORIES

The Admiralty Jurisdiction (Saint Vincent) Order 1964

Made 15th October 1964
Coming into Operation 16th October' 1964

At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 15th day of October
1964
Present,

The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council

Her Majesty, by virtue and in exercise of the power veste/
Her by section 56 of the Administration of Justice Act 1 56
(a) and of all other powers enabling Her in that behalf i
pleased, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, to or r,
and it is hereby ordered, as follows:-

1.-(1) This Order may be cited as the Admiralty Juris-
diction (Saint Vincent) Order 1964.
(2) This Order shall come into operation on 16th October
1964.

2. The Colgnial Courts of Admiralty Act 1890(b) shall, in
relation to the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands, have effect as if for the reference in sub-
section (2) of section 2 thereof to the Admiralty jurisdiction
of the High Court in England there were substituted a refer-
ence to the Admiralty jurisdiction of that court as defined
by section 1 of the Administration of Justice Act 1956 subject
to the adaptions and modifications of the said section 1 that
are specified in the first Schedule to this Order.

3. The provisions of sections 3, 4, 6, 7 and 8 of Part I of
the Administration of Justice Act 1956 shall extend to Saint
Vincent with the adaptions and modifications that are specified
in Column II of the Second Schedule to this Order.

W. G. Agnew.


(a) 4 & 5 Eliz. 2. c. 46.


Admiralty
Jurisdiction of
Supreme Court
of the Wind-
ward Islands
and Leeward
Islands.




Application of
provisions of
Administration
of Justice Act
1956 to Saint
Vincent.


(,) 53 & 54 Vict. c. 27.


7;2 0'
S. / ,' .
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FIRST SCHEDULE


ADAPTATIONS AND MODIFICATIONS OF SECTION 1 OF THE
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 1956
In subsection (1) the words "and- any other jurisdiction
connected with ships and aircraft vested in the High Court
apart from this section which is for the time being assigned
by rules of court to the Probate, Divorce and Admiralty
Division" shall be deleted;
In subsection (3) the words and figures "under sections five
h].i-indrcd and fcrty-fo;,r to five ah..d;-.d and forty-six of .he
Merchant Shipping Act 1894(a)" shall be deleted and the
words "under section thirty-eight of the Wrecks Ordinance
of Saint Vincent(b)" ,hall be substituted;
in subiection (4) aiLcr the words and figures "Ivierchan't
Shipping Act, 1894 to 1954" there 0,hall be inerted the .-words
"or of the Wrecks Ordinance of Saint Vincent".
Article 3. SECOND SCHEDULE
PROvISIONS OF PART I OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT
1956 EXTENDED TO SAINT VINCENT AND ADAPTATIONS AND
MODIFICATIONS THERETO
Column I Column II
Section 3 ...... In subsections (1), (3), (5), (6) and (7),
the words "the High Court, the Liver-
pool Court of Passage, and any county
court" shall be deleted and the words
"the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands" shall be
substituted;

In subsection (2) the words "the High
Court" shall be deleted and the words
"the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands" shall be
substituted;

In subsection (4) the words "High Court
and (where there is such jurisdiction)
the Admiralty jurisdiction of the
Liverpool Court of Passage or any
county court" shall be deleted and the
words "Supreme Court of the Wind-
ward Islands and Leeward Islands"
shall be substituted;
(a) 57 & 58 Vict. c. 60. (b) Laws of Saint Vincent, Rev. 1926, Cap. 204.


Article 2.






















In subsection (8) the words "England
and Wales" shall be deleted and the
words "Saint Vincent" shall be substi-
tuted.

Section 4 ... Subsection (1) shall be deleted and the
words :"Saint Vincent" shall be substi-
tuted:-

"(1) No court in Saint Vincent
shall entertain an action in personal
to enforce a claim to which this
section applies unless-

(a) the defendant has his habitual
residence or a place of business
in Saint Vincent; or

(b) the cause of action arose with-
in the territorial waters of Saint
Vincent; or

(c) an action arising out of the
same incident of series of inci-
dent7 is proceeding in the co:rt
or has been heard and deter-
mined in the court.

In this subsection "territorial
waters of Saint Vincent" include
any port, dock or harbour in
Saint Vincent.".

In subsection (2) the words "in England
and Wales" shall be deleted and the
words "in Saint Vincent" shall be sub-
stituted, and the words "outside
England and Wales" shall be deleted
and the words "outside Saint Vincent"
shall be substituted;

In subsection (5) the words "the High
Court" shall be deleted and the words
"the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands" shall be
substituted;


Subsection (6) shall be omitted.


























SectiQn. 6. ...... The words ."England and Wales" shall bt
deleted and the words "Saint Vincent"
shall be substituted.

Section 7 ........Subsection (1) 'shall be deleted and the
following subsection shall be substitu-
ted:-

"(1) Section six hundred and
eighty-eight of the Merchant Ship-
ping Act 1894 (which relates to the
detention of ships by customs officers
in certain cases) shall cease to have
effect, but nothing in this part of
the Act affects the provisions of sec-
tion forty-eight of the Wrecks Or-
dinance of Saint Vincent (which
relates to the power of a receiver of
wreck to detain a ship in respect of
a salvage claim).";

Subsection (2) shall be omitted.


EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This Note is not part of the Order, but is intended to indicate
its general purport.)

This Order provides that the Supreme Court of the Wind-
ward Islands and. Leeward Islands, which is a Colonial Court
of Admiralty, shall have the Admiralty jurisdiction of the
High Court of England, as defined in section 1 of the Admin-
istration of Justice Act 1956, with certain modifications. It
also extends certain of the provisions contained in Part I of
that Act to Saint Vincent.


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SAINT VINCENT

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1965, No. 19.


IMPORT (FRESH FISH, EGGS AND CHICKEN CARCASSES)
REGULATIONS.


(Gazetted 10th August, 1965.)


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Import (Fresh
Fish, Eggs and Chicken Carcasses) Regulations, 1965.

2. Prohibition. No fresh fish, chicken eggs, or the whole carcass of any
chicken shall be imported into the Colony except under the authority of a
licence granted on that behalf by the Controller of Supplies.

3. Commencement. These Regulations shall come into effect on the
31st day of August, 1965.

Made by the Administrator in Council under section 3, (1) of the supplies
(Control) Ordinance 1954 (No. 10 of 1954) this 20th day of July, 1965.

GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
A acting Clerk of Executive Council.


Approved by the Legislative Council this 5th day of August, 1965.

0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of Legislative Council.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1965, No. 20.


STAMP (KING GEORGE VI ISSUES) INVALIDATION REGULATIONS



(Gazetted 10th August, 1965).


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Stamp (King
George VI Issues) Invalidation Regulations, 1965.

2. Invalidation. With effect from the 1st day of February, 1966, it is
hereby provided that stamps issued in the Colony during the reign of His
Majesty, King George the Sixth shall not be valid for use in the Colony for
the payment of postage and duties.

3. Exchange of Stamps. Any usable stamp invalidated by the provisions
of Regulation 2 may be exchanged for a valid stamp of the same value, if
presented to the Postmaster at the General Post Office in Kingstown not later
than the 30th day of April, 1966.


Made by the Administrator in Council under section 10 of the Stamp
Ordinance, (Cap. 195) this 20th day of July, 1965.

GABRIEL V. ,BONADIE,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(C.W. 589).


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