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SAINT VINCENT'


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE






VOL. 99.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 20 SEPTEMBER, 1966. [No. 53.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 182.
ACTING APPOINTMENTS.

Consequent on the absence of the
Hon. E. T. JOSHUA, Chief Minister
and the Hon. E. F. ADAMS, Minister for
Trade, Production, Labour and Tourism
from the territory on official duties, the
following acting appointments have
been made with effect from 18th Sep-
tember, 1966 and until further notice:-
The Hon. S. E. SLATER, Minister
for Social Services and Education as
Chief Minister and Minister for
Trade, Production, Labour and
Tourism.
The lion. Mrs. I. I. JOSHUA, Mem-
ber without Portfolio, as Minister for
Social Services and Education.
20th September, 1966.
(C. 1630.)

No. 183.
LEGISLATION.

The following Document is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 23.-The Legislative
Council (Elections) (Amendment
No. 2) Rules, 1966.
20th September, 1966.


No. 184.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE
The Estimates of Revenue and
Expenditure of the Towns of George-
town, Calliaqua, Layou, Barrouallie and
Chateaubelair, and of the Bequia Dis-
trict Council, the Lowmans Windward
District Council and the Marriaqua and
Troumaca Village Councils for the year
1966. are published with this issue of
the Gazette.
20th September, 1966.
No. 185.
The Report of the Auditor General
on the Accounts and the Financial
Statements of the Commissioners of
Curreieyv British Caribbean Territories
(Easteri'; Group) for the year ended
31st December, 1965 is published with
this issue of the Gazette.
20th September, 1966.

No. 174.
VACANT POST.
POST OF ENGINEERING ASSISTANT
(WYoin'), PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,
ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited from persons
holding a Diploma in Draughting and


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350 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 20 SEPTEMBER, 1965.-(No. 53.)


Estimating, or other equivalent quali-
fication, for appointment, 0n eontfact
for two years, to the p6ot of Engineer-
ing Assistant (Works), Public Works
Department, St. Vincent.
The Salary scale of the podt is $3,984
X 180-$4,524/4704 X 180-$5,244
and the commencing point therein will
depend on the qualifications and expe-
rience of the successful applicant.
The duties of the post include respon-
sibility for the proper running of the
Estimating and Drawing Division of
the Public Works Department, and the
control of the Staff; preparation of
plans, estimates and Bills of Quantities
for building projects, supervision of
construction work in the field, and any
other duties of a similar nature which
may be assigned to the holder of the
post.
Quarters are not provided.
Transport Allowance is payable in
accordance with local regulations.
Applications in writing should be
addressed to the Chief Secretary, Gov-
ernment Office, St. Vincent, and should
reach him not later than 24th Septem-
ber, 1966 and should be accompanied by
proof of education and technical quali-
fications, and three (3) testimonials.
6th September, 1966.

By Command,

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Chief Secretary.

(iOVERNMENT OFFICE,
20th September, 1966.


iE.PARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

POST OF't E NOTOCeS.

The attention of the public is drawn
to the following Post Office Regula-
tion:-
No. 46. Undelivered Postal packets
which bear on the outside the full name
and address of the sender shall, after
detention for fifteen days, be returned
direct and unopened. After the same
period any other undelivered packet
shall be opened: if it contains the
sender's address it shall be returned
to him; if it contains neither the
sender's address nor any enclosure of
importance it shall be destroyed. If it
contains an article of value and cannot
be returned it is recorded in a book
kept for that purpose and retained


pending the decision of the Governor.
*Coin found in undeliverable postal
packets shall be paid into the Treasury
to the Credit of the Colony.
the bender shall be liable to the Post
Office ftir the postage due on any un-
delivered or refused unpaid or insuffi-
ciently paid article when it is returned
to him.
An undelivered packet or parcel will
be returhnd to the sender unless an al-
ternative address in the country of
destination is given on the Customs
Declaration Form. The sender will be
called upon to refund the postage to the
Post Office at the following rates in
respect of parcels sent to the United
Kingdom:-
Parcels, etc. up to 3 lbs.-$1.44
7 lbs.- 2.04
11 lbs.- 2.82
22 lbs.- 4.14
These charges are effective immedi-
ately.

MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Postmaster.
3rd September, 1966.


Special Issue of St. Vincent Postage
Stamps to Commemorate the
World Health Organisation's New
Headquarters Building.

The World Health Organisation will
this year open its new Headquarters
Building, and member states have ac-
cepted an invitation to issue postage
stamps commemorating this event.
St. Vincent, as a territory of the
United Kingdom overseas ensemble,
will participate in this issue and will
place on sale at the General Post Office
and all District Post Offices, two sets
of stamp:;. These issues will be of
the 4 cents and'25 cents denominations,
and the d ate of the release is 20th Sep-
tember, 1966.
Designs and Colours:
The design is common to both values.
The colours of the low value duty will
be contained in two rectangles of blue
and light green respectively, which
where they overlap, in the centre of the
stamp, produce a third colour-dark
green. The colours of the high value
duty are Tan and Magenta which in
turn produce a third -colour-Brick
Red.
The Queen's portrait will appear in
tones of black in the top left 'hand cor-
ner of the Stamp. The territorial name
a'nd value tablet will appear white out










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 20 SEPTEMBER, 1965.-(No. 53.) 35


and all remaining lettering, together
with the W.H.O. building and symbol,
will be printed in black.
Process:
The stamps are to be printed by the
lithographic process.
Size, Format and Set:
The Stamps are to be printed in a
size 1.12 ins. x 1.6765 ins., perforation
to perforation, in the horizontal format
and in sheets of 50 set.
Further information may be obtained
from the Postmaster General.

MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Postmaster General.


AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT
NOTICE

SHIPMENT OF PIGS TO TRINIDAD

.It is notified for general information
that, with the kind approval of the
Government of Trinidad and Tobago,
shipment of live pigs to that territory
from St. Vincent under licence will be
resumed from Saturday 1st October,
1966.
2. A shelter where live pigs will be
examined and held until shipment, at
the owners risk, has been constructed
on the deep water pier near the
schooner berths.
3. Those persons already holding
valid permits for the importation of
pigs into Trinidad are hereby notified
that the V.-trirry Officer will ex-
amine pigs for shipment on Saturdays
between 11.00 a.m. to 11.45 a.m. Pigs
will not be examined before or after
this period. The onus of having their
pigs ready and waiting for examination
therefore rests on the Permit Holder.
4. It is emphasised that only persons
holding valid permits will be allowed
by the Trinidad authorities to import
pigs into Trinidad. For those persons
who do not have a permit and may wish
to apply for same, the procedure is as
follows:
Application must be made to the
Ministry of Agriculture, St. Clair Circle,
Port of Spain, Trinidad, W.I.
Permission to import may be granted
to applicants subject to the conditions
outlined below:
(a) The animals, suitably marked,
must be imported Direct from St.
Vincent to Trinidad. They
must be either females or healed
barrows.
*(b) The animals must be accom-
panied by a Government Veter-


inary Officer's Certificate made
out in the permit holder's name.
(c) The animals must be presented
for entry into Trinidad between
9.30 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. on Mondays
to Friday and 9.30 a.m. to 11.00
a.m. on Saturdays, exclusive of
public holidays.
(d) If the animals are admitted by
the Inspector in Trinidad they
must be taken direct to the Gov-
ernment Holding Pens at the
Quarantine Station, Sea Lots,
under a Guard at the expense of
the Permit Holder.
(e) The animals must be handed over
to the Officer-in-Charge of the
Holding Pens who will keep
them under strict isolation until,
on the written instructions of
the Permit Holder, and subject
to all fees etc. having been paid
in full, he releases the pigs for
immediate slaughter.
(f) Animals will only be released
from the Holding Pens between
the hours of 7.00 a.m. and 8.30
a.m. on Mondays to Saturdays,
exclusive of public holidays.
(g) On release, the pigs must be
taken, under escort of a Guard,
direct to the Port of Spain Muni-
cipal Abbatoir at Sea Lots, where
they will be handed over to the
Abbatoir Authorities for slaugh-
ter that very day.
(h) While the animals are in the
Holding Pens, Section 9 of the
(Trinidad) Animals (Importa-
tion) Control Regulations, 1955,
shall apply, and the Permit
Holder will be liable to the fol-
lowing charges to cover feeding,
etc., which shall be paid in full
prior to release of the animals
for slaughter.
(i) $0.75 per head per day
or part thereof for the first 5
days;
(ii) $1.00 per head per day
or part thereof for the next 5
days;
(iii) $1.25 per head per day
or part thereof for the next 5
days.
(i) Animals not slaughtered by the
fifteenth day after admsision to
the Holding Pens shall be dis-
posed of in a manner suitable to
the (Trinidad) Government,
which shall recover its expenses
and hold the balance, if any, at
the disposal of the Permit
Holder.
(j) The Permits are valid only for
a period of one (1) month. If






















352 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 20 SEPTEMBER, 1965.-(No. 53.)


the animals are not imported
within the given period, the
Permit ceases to be valid.
5. In discussion with butchers in
Trinidad who formerly bought St. Vin-
cent pigs, the Superintendent of Agri-
culture was told that the Trinidad
public is now quality conscious and are
no longer interested in the old, over-
grown and overfat pigs that were
formerly shipped from St. Vincent.
Permit Holders are therefore advised
to ensure that they supply the size and
quality pigs that are required.

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.


CENTRAL HOUSING AND
PLANNING AUTHORITY.


Resolution declaring the area
hereunder described a Slum
Clearance Area.

Ud'der Section 15 of the Slum Clearance
and Housing Ordinance, 1946
(No. 1 of 1946).

RESOLUTION

BE IT RESOLVED and it is hereby
resolved that the Central Housing and
Planning Authority DO this First day
of September in the year 1966, declare


the undermentioned areas to be Slum
Clearance areas.
(a) All that parcel of land lying in
the Parish of St. David, at Petit
Bordel, being a portion of Land
Settlement Estate, measuring
more or less 6 Acres, 2 Roods, 32
Poles, and bounded on the North
by lands of Land Settlement Es-
tate, on the South by Leeward
Highway, on the West by Petit
Bordel River and the sea, and on
the East by Land Settlement
Estate, the whole as delineated
on a plan of survey bearing num-
ber D-94, lodged in the office of
the Crown Surveyor on the 13th
day of December, 1961.
(b) All that parcel of land lying in
the Parish of St. David, at Petit
Bordel, being a portion of Land
Settlement Estates, measuring
more or less--3 Acres, 2 Roods, 5
Poles, and bounded on the North
by lands of the Leeward High-
way and a Road, on the South by
Petit Bordel River, and on the
East by a Road, the whole as de-
lineated on a plan of survey
bearing number D-95, lodged in
the office of the Crown Surveyor
on the 27th day of March, 1963.
It is hereby further resolved that the
Resolution passed by the Central
Housing and Planning Authority on the
1st day of November, 1965 is hereby
cancelled and replaced by this Resolu-
tion.
B. R. NEEHALL,
Secretary & Technical Officer.









SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 20 SEPTEMBER, 1965.-(No. 53.) 3;


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE NOTICES.

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

JAMES II. D. COX,
Collector of Customs & Excise.

1I.M. Customs,
St. Vincent,
5th September, 1966.


Ship's Name


Consignee


Marks No. and
and Nos. Description of
Packages


8. 5.64 Federal Palm Corea & Co. Ltd.


29. 1.64 Alwood


Corea & Co. Ltd.


26. 6.63 Federal Maple Corea & Co. Ltd.


B.B.


E.W.R.A.


Namlco

N/M


Five (5) etns. Pine Apple

Three (3) ctns. Cigarettes

One (1) ctn. Tomato Paste

One (1) case Bomber Soap


26. 8.64 Poseidon


Corea & Co. Ltd.


E.W.R.A. One (1) ctn. Alcolado


One (1) ctn. Olive Oil


C. K. Greaves One (1) ctn. Bomber Soap

E.W.R.A. One (1) ease Soap


One (1) case Bomber Soap

One (1) case Bomber Soap


4.12.63 Suncorona


W. J. Abbott


F.D.D.N. Two (2) pails


It is hereby notified that the undermentioned goods which have been in the Cus-
toms 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 Saint Vincent.
JAMES I[. D. COX,
Collector of Customs & Excise.

II.M. Customs,
St. Vincent,
8th September, 9166.

Dateo Consignee Marks No. and
Ware- Ship's Name aigd Nos. Description of Contents
housed Packages

11.10.64 Charis Corea & Co. Ltd. N/M 2 bags Manure

19.10.64 Explorer J. H. Hazell B.B. 1 bag Fine Salt

16. 1.65 Crusader J. II. Hazell LOT 4 1 bag Peas

31. 3.65 Philosopher J. II. IIazell E.B. 1 sack Salt

5.11.64 Sunset W. J. Abbott Baynes Bros. 2 ctns. Santa Claus
Posters


Date
Ware-
housed


P.IH.V.


N/M

N/M


Ice Cream
Crating.










354 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 20 SEPTEMBER, 1965.-(No. 53.)


POLICE NOTICES.

POLICE BAND SCHEDULE OF CHARGES

The following Schedule of Charges, approved by the Administrator-in-
Council, payable for the use of and services of the St. Vincent Police, is pub-
lished for general information.
1. The normal charge for the hire of the band is-
for the first 4 hours or less .. $60.00
for each additional hour thereafter .. $15.00
2. The reduced charge for engagements organised by
Religious or Charitable organizations .. half of the
above charge.
3. At an official parade of a voluntary uniformed
organisation .. free.

In all of the above cases suitable transport (if required) will be provided
by the organisation employing the band.
Official Police Transport will not be used.
(229)
19th September, 1966.

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES

It is hereby notified for general information that the inspection of Weights
and Measures for the year 1966 will commence on Monday 14th November, 1966.
Persons concerned are hereby asked to present their Weights and Measures
at the Stations in their Districts on the dates hereunder:-
Chateaubelair Monday 14th Nov. to Tuesday 15th Nov. 1966
Spring Village Wednesday 16th Nov. to Thursday 17th Nov. 1966
Barrouallie Friday 18th Nov. to Saturday 19th Nov. 1966
Layou Monday 21st Nov. to Tuesday 22nd Nov. 1966
Questelles Wednesday 23rd Nov. to Thursday 24th Nov. 1966
Kingstown Monday 14th Nov. to Tuesday 29th Nov. 1966
Calliaqua Friday 25th Nov. to Saturday 26th Nov. 1966
Sandy Bay Tuesday 29th Nov. to Wednesday 30th Nov. 1966
Georgetown Thursday 1st Dec. to Saturday 3rd Dec. 1966
Colonarie Monday 5th Dec. to Tuesday 6th Dec. 1966
Biabou Wednesday 7th Dec. to Thursday 8th Dec. 1966
Mesopotamia Friday 9th Dec. to Saturday 10th Dec. 1966
Stubbs Monday 12th Dec. to Tuesday 13th Dec. 1966
Port Elizabeth Wednesday 30th Nov. to Thursday 1st Dee. 1966
Paget Farm Friday 2nd Dec. to Saturday 3rd Dec. 1966
Canouan Monday 5th Dec. to Tuesday 6th Dec. 1966
Union Island Wednesday 7th Dee. to Friday 9th Dec. 1966
Mayreau Monday 12th Dec. to Tuesday 13th Dec. 1966


2nd September, 1966.


C. M. ROBERTS,
Acting Chief of Police.


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SAINT VINCENT. -

STATUTORY RULES AND ORD 87

1966, No. 23.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) (AMENDMENT NO. 2) RULES.

(Gazetted 20th September, 1966).


1. Short title. These Rules may be cited as the Legislative Council
(Elections) (Amendment No. 2) Rules, 1966, and shall be read as one with the
Legislative Council (Elections) Rules, 1960, (S.R. & 0. 1960, No. 35) (herein-
after referred to as the principal Rules) and all amendments thereto.

2. Rule 3 of principal Rules revoked and replaced. Rule 3 of the principal
Rules is hereby revoked and replaced with the following:-
"3. Remuneration to Registration Officers. A Registration Officer
shall be paid the sum of seventy dollars for his services in connection with
the registration of electors in an electoral district."

3. Rule 4 of principal Rules revoked and replaced. Rule 4 of the prin-
cipal Fules 'is hereby revoked and replaced with the following:-
"4. -Remuneration to Assistant Registration Officers. (1) An As-
sistant Registration Officer shall be paid the sum of fifty dollars for his
services in connection with the registration of electors in an electoral
district in an enumeration year: Provided that an Assistant Registration
Officer appointed in respect of the Electoral District of the Grenadines
shall be paid the sum of seventy dollars for his services.
(2) In any year not being an enumeration year an Assistant Registra-
tion Officer shall be paid the sum of thirty-six dollars for his services in
connection with the registration of electors in an electoral district: Pro-
vided that the Assistant Registration Officers appointed in respect of the
Islands. of Mustique and Mayreau in the Electoral district of the Grena-
dines shall each be paid the sum of eighteen dollars for their services."

4. Rule 6 of principal Rules revoked and replaced. Rule 6 of the prin-
cipal Rules is hereby revoked and replaced with the following:-
"6. Remuneration to Returning Officers. Every Returning Officer
shall be paid the sum of seventy dollars for his services in connection with
the election of a member for an electoral district if the election is con-
tested, and the sum of fifty dollars if the election is not contested."

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5. Rule 7 of principal Rules revoked and replaced. Rule 7 of the prin-
cipal Rules is hereby revoked and replaced with the following:-
"7. Remuneration to Election Clerks. Every Election Clerk shall
be paid the sum of thirty dollars for his services in connection with the
election of a member for an electoral district if the election is. contested,
and the sum of twenty-five dollars if the election is not contested."

6. Rule 8 of principal Rules revoked and replaced. Rule 8 of the Prin-
cipal Rules is hereby revoked and replaced with the following:-
"8. Remuneration to Presiding Officers. Every Presiding Officer
shall be paid the sum of twenty dollars for his services in connection with
the election of a member for an electoral district."

7. Rule 9 of principal Rules revoked and replaced. Rule 9 of the prin-
cipal Rules is hereby revoked and replaced with the following:-
"9. Remuneration to Poll Clerks. Every Poll Clerk shall be paid the
sum of fifteen dollars for his services in connection with the election of
a member for an electoral district."

8. Rule 10 of principal Rules revoked and replaced. Rule 10 of the prin-
cipal Rules is hereby revoked and replaced with the following:-
"10. Typing of Preliminary Lists. A Typist, appointed to type
copies of the Preliminary Lists of Electors, shall be paid at the rate of
four cents for each name typed."

9. Rule 11 of principal Rules revoked and replaced. Rule 11 of the prin-
cipal Rules is hereby revoked and replaced with the following:-
"11. Rental of Polling Stations. For each polling station rented for
polling day, there shall be paid a sum not exceeding five dollars."

10. New Rule added to principal Rules. Immediately after Rule 11 of
the principal Rules the following new Rule shall be added as Rule 11A:-
"11A. Remuneration and Travelling Allowance to Supervisor of
Elections. The Supervisor of Elections shall be paid-

(i) a remuneration at the rate of one hundred and twenty dollars
per month with effect from the date of his appointment; and
(ii) a travelling allowance at the rate, of thirteen cents per mile
for such travelling as he might be required to perform."

11. New Rule added to principal Rules. Immediately after Rule 11A of
the principal Rules the following new Rule shall be added as Rule 11B:-






























"11B. Remuneration and Travelling Allowance to Assistant Super-
visor of Elections. The Assistant Supervisor of Elections shall be paid-
(i) a remuneration at the rate of fifty-five dollars per month for the
duration of his appointment which would last for a period of
six weeks after Polling Day; and
(ii) a travelling allowance at the rate of twenty-eight cents per mile
for such travelling as he might be required to perform."

12. New Rule added to principal Rules. Immediately after Rule 11B of
the principal Rules the following new Rule shall be added as Rule 11C:-
"11C. Subsistence All6wance to 'Election Officers. All Election
Officers attending Meetings in Kingstown in connection with the election
of members in any electoral district, at the request of the Supervisor of
Elections, shall be paid a subsistence allowance of four dollars per day
together with the actual cost of travel to and from Kingstown."


Made by the Administrator in Council under Section 82 of the Legislative
Council (Elections) Ordinance, 1951 (No. 13 of 1951) this 13th day of Sep-
tember, 1966.

GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
Clerk of Executive Council.


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