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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 4: The Marriaqua Village Council (1966 Elections) (Amendment) Notice, 1967
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 5: Post Office (Amendment) Regulations, 1967
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


unblislh bU Auntbhoriti.


VOL. 100.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 JANUARY, 1967.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 20.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.
His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the appoint-
ment of Mr. ARNOLD DOWERS, to act as
Government Printer with effect from
21st January, 1967.
24th January, 1967.
(P.F. 712.)


No. 21.
LEGISLATION.
The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 3.-Proclamation ap-
pointing Tuesday the 7th day of
February, 1967, to be observed as a
Bank Holiday throughout the Col-
ony.
(Scc. 13.)
S.R. & 0. No. 4.-The Marriaqua
Village Council (1966 Elections)
(Amendment) Notice, 1967.
(C.M. 96).
S.R. & 0. No. 5.-Post Office (Amend-
ment) Regulations, 1967.
(C.W. 396).
24th January, 1967.


No. 14.


VACANT POSTS.


Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment as
Prison Officers in the St. Vincent Prison
Service.
Candidates should be between the
ages of 23 and 35 years, should be at
least 5' 9" in height with chest at least
36" (expanded) and should have at-
tained at least the Primary School leav-
ing Certificate. Secondary education
would be an asset.
Applicants must be recommended by
at least two prominent and respectable
citizens.
Salary commences at $1,320 per an-
num and the following allowances are
paid if applicants qualify for them:-
1. Duty
2. Good conduct
3. House.
Further particulars can be ob-
tained from the Superintendent of
Prisons.
Applications, in the applicants own
handwriting should be addressed to the
Superintendent of Prisons, Kingstown,
and should reach him not later than
31st January, 1967.
17th January, 1967.


[No. 7.


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28 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 JANUARY, 1967.-(No. 7.)


No. 15.


VACANCY FOR THE POST OF PHYSICIAN
AND MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT
COLONIAL HOSPITAL AND MONTROSE
EXTENSION HOSPITAL, ST. VINCENT.


Applications are invited from regis-
tered medical practitioners for the post
of Physician and Hospital Superinten-
dent for duties including administra-
tion of the Colonial Hospital and Mont-
rose Extension Hospital (258 beds),
care of all medical in-patients and ad-
vice on the care of medical outpatients
referred by medical practitioners. Pos-
session of the M.R.C.P. or equivalent is
desirable but not essential.
2. Aippoint:..c : The post is pen-
sionable but appointment may be on
contract for a period of three years in
the first instance. In the case of a con-
tract appointment a gratuity of 12/%%
of salary is payable on the satisfactory
completion of the contract.
3. Emoluments: Salary $8,400 per
annum plus a non-pensionable allow-
ance of $960 per annum. Consultant
practice is permitted provided that it
does not interfere with the proper per-
formance of the officer's official duties.
4. Applications accompanied by 2
testimonials should be addressed to the
Chief Secretary, St. Vincent.
17th January, 1967.



No. 16.

VACANT POST OF EDUCATION OFFICER,
DOMINICA.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
post of Education Officer, Dominica.
2. The salary is at the fixed rate of
$7,920.00 per annum.
3. The post is on the permanent and
pensionable establishment and the ap-
pointment is subject to medical fitness.
4. Applicant should be a graduate
of a recogaised university; should have
taught in either primary or secondary
school for at least seven years; and
should possess a diploma or degree in
Education.
5. Further particulars may be ob-
tained from the Chief Secretary, Secre-
tariat, Kingstown, to whom applications
should be forwarded not later than 1st
March, 1967.
17th January, 1967.


No. 3.
VACANCY FOR POST OF COMMISSIONER,
EASTERN CARIBBEAN COMMISSION,
LONDON.

Applications are invited for the post of
Commissioner, Eastern Caribbean Com-
mission, London.
2. The basic salary of the post is
$12,000 per annum. The appointment
will be on contract for a period of three
years in the first instance, and will be
subject to termination on six months'
notice on either side.
3. A gratuity at the rate of 12%%
of basic salary will be payable on the
satisfactory completion of the contract.
4. The officer will be required to
administer Consular services in respect
of tI%, territories forming the West
lT-ndie (Associated States), to promote
the interests of the territories in the
United Kingdom in the fields of trade,
tourism and investment, to attend to the
welfare of migrants and students, and
generally, to project an appropriate
image of the islands served.
5. Living quarters are not provided
but the officer will be paid a House
Allowance at the rate of $2,640 per
annum.
6. Applications on the prescribed
forms, accompanied by two (2) recent
testimonials, should be addressed to the
Executive Secretary, West Indies (As-
sociated States) Council of Ministers,
Bridge Street, Castries, St. Lucia, to
reach him not later than 31st March,
1967. Application forms and further
particulars may be obtained from the
Executive Secretary or from the Secre-
tary, External Affairs, St. Vincent.
4th January, 1967.

No. 4.
VACANCY FOR POST OF COMMISSIONER
EASTERN CARIBBEAN COMMISSION,
MONTREAL, CANADA.

Applications are invited for the post
of Commissioner, Eastern Caribbean
Commission, Montreal, Canada.
2. The basic salary of the post is
$7,920 (Canadian) per annum. The
appointment will be on contract for a
period of three years in the first in-
stance, and will be subject to termina-
tion on six months' notice on either side.
3. A gratuity at the rate of 121/2%
of basic salary will be payable on the
satisfactory completion of the contract.
4. The officer will be required to ad-
minister Consular services in respect of
the territories forming the West Indies
(Associated States), to promote the in-












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 JANUARY, 1967.-(No. 7.) 29


terests of the territories in Canada in
the fields of trade, tourism and invest-
ment, to attend to the welfare of mi-
grants and students, and generally, to
project an appropriate image of the
islands served.
5. Living quarters are not provided
but the officer will be paid a House Al-
lowance at the rate of $2,850 (Canadian)
per annum.
6. Applications on the prescribed
forms, accompanied by two (2) recent
testimonials, should be addressed to an
Executive Secretary, West Indies (As-
sociated States) Council of Ministers,
Bridge Street, Castries, St. Lucia, to
reach him not later than 31st March
1967. Application forms and further
particulars may be obtained from the
Executive Secretary, or from the Secre-
tary, External Affairs, St. Vincent.
4th January, 1967.



No. 5.
VACANCY FOR POST OF EXECUTIVE
SECRETARY.

Applications are invited for the post
of Executive Secretary to the West In-
dies (Associated States) Council of
Ministers.
2. The salary of the post will be in
the scale $8,400 x 240-$9,600. The
point of entry in this scale will depend
upon the officer's qualifications and ex-
perience.
3. The general conditions of service
of the Officer wouid be in accordance
with the Civil Service conditions ob-
taining in St. Lucia at present.
4. A House Allowance at the rate of
$800 per annum will be payable to the
officer, provided he is recruited from
outside St. Lucia.
5. The officer will be responsible for
the administration of the Secretariat in
St. Lucia, the administration of services
jointly sponsored by the West Indies
(Associated States), and the perform-
ance of such other duties that may be
assigned to him from time to time by the
West Indies (Associated States) Coun-
cil of Ministers.
6. Applications on the prescribed
forms, accompanied by two (2) recent
testimonials, should be addressed to the
Secretariat, West Indies (Associated
States) Council of Ministers, Bridge
Street, Castries, St. Lucia, to reach that
office not later than 31st March, 1967.
Application forms and further particu-
lars may be obtained from the Secreta-


riat or from the Secretary, External
Affairs, St. Vincent.
4th January, 1967.

By Command,

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Chief Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE.
24tih January, 1967.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

SAINT VINCENT
NOTICE

BY AUTHORITY OF THE
REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ORDINANCE
(CHAPTER 156 OF THE REVISED
LAWS OF SAINT VINCENT, 1926)

(Gazetted 24th January, 1967.)

ADVERTISEMENT OF
APPLICATION FOR GRANT OF
PATENT

In accordance with the requirements
of Section 3 of the Registration of the
United Kingdom Patents Ordinance,
NOTICE is hereby given that an appli-
cation was made on the 12th January,
1967, by the MERCK & CO. INC., of
Rabway, New Jersey, United States of
America, for the registration of a pa-
tent in respect of an invention relating
to the method of (a-Alkylideneacyl)-
phenyl Compounds".
Any person may, at any time
WITHIN TWO MONTHS from the
date of such advertisement, give notice
to the Registrar of opposition to the is-
sue of a certificate of registration upon
any of the grounds prescribed by sec-
tion 27 of the Patents Ordinance
(cap. 155) for opposition to the grant of
Letters Patent.
The relevant sub-section of Section 27
of the PATENTS ORDINANCE re-
ferred to above reads thus:-
"27 (1) Any person may, at any
time within two months from the date
of the advertisement of the acceptance
of a complete specification give notice at
the Registry of Patents of opposition to
the grant of the patent, and the ground
of the applicant having obtained the
invention from him, or from a person of
whom he is the legal representative, or












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on the ground that the invention has
been patented in the Colony, on an ap-
plication of prior date, but on no other
ground.
H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar of Patents.
The Patent Office,
c/o The Registry,
Court House,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
17th January, 1967.

SUPREME COURT NOTICE.

FEBRUARY CRIMINAL ASSIZES
A.D. 1967.

Notice is hereby given that a sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands in its
CRIMINAL JURISDICTION will be
held at the Court House, Kingstown on
Tuesday 14th day of February, 1967 at
9.30 o'clock in the forenoon and con-
tinuing. All parties concerned, also
such persons as are bound over by
reumilizance to prosecute, answer
charges or give evidence or summoned
as Jurors or witnesses are hereby com-
manded to give their personal attention


and attendance.
BY COMMAND
H. M. SQt
Registrar Su
Registrar's Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
6th January, 1967.

SAINT VINCENT

IN THE FIRST MA
DISTRICT-KINGS
(CIVIL JURISDICTI

Suit:-437/61
Between:-
CHARLES BENOIT
AND
ALEXANDER MICHAEL

It is notified for genera]
that the undermentioned
Property of the abovenam
and levied upon by Virtue
Seizure and Sale issued
suit, will be put up for sa
Auction at the Court House
on Saturday 4th February
That is to say-
One Peugeot Motor C
Dated this 16th day of J.
C. E. A.
Magistr


Suit 420/65
Between:-
THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Plaintiff
AND


DUFF JAMES


-Defendant


It is notified for general information
that the undermentioned Chattel, the
Property 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, Kingstown,
on Saturday 4th February, 1967.
That is to say-
One Man's Wrist Watch.
Dated this 16th day of January, 1967.
C. E. A. RAWLE,
Magistrate District I.
Magistrate's Department,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.


INCOME TAX NOTICES.

TO GOVERNMENT OFFICERS


D. All Government Officers are hereby
D. reminded that the latest date for the
IRES, submission of Income Tax Returns for
ipreme Court. assessment in the year 1967 is the 31st
January, and that failure to give notice
of chargeability is an offence against
the Income Tax Ordinance, rendering
the person concerned liable on convic-
tion to a fine not exceeding SEVEN
HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS.
2. Every person whose income ac-
GISTERIAL cruing in, derived from the Colony or
elsewhere and whether received in the
TOWN. Colony or not for the preceding year,
ON) exceeded the statutory limit of $600.00
is required to submit a return on the
prescribed form notwithstanding that
on account of approved deductions no
tax may eventually be chargeable, and
-Plaintiff particular attention is directed to the
fact that the term "income" is deemed
-Defendant to include not only money but also
allowances in kind.
1 information 3. Efforts are being made to send
Chattel, the forms to such persons through their
ed defendant Heads of Departments. It is to be
of a Writ of clearly understood, however, that the
in the above Income Tax Department is under no
ale by Public obligation to send a return form to
e, Kingstown, anyone and that a person is not exon-
y, 1967. erated from the statutory liability of
making a return even though a form
may not have been received from the
ar No. 1852. Department. Forms may be obtained,
january, 1967. on application, at the Revenue Offices
at Georgetown, Barrouallie, Bequia and
RAWLE, Union Island, or in any other district
ate District I.













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from the Police Station situate therein,
or from the Income Tax Office, Kings-
town, where any person requiring in-
formation in connection therewith is
invited to enquire.
4. Where Officers are in receipt of
income other than salaries, the form
should include particulars thereof and
should be accompanied by the neces-
sary supporting statements.

A. J. DaSILVA,
'Comptroller of Inland Revenue.

Inland Revenue Office,
Kingstown,
4th January, 1967.


TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC

Every person concerned, not being a
Government Officer, is hereby remind-
ed that the latest date for the submis-
sion of Income Tax Returns for assess-
ment in the year 1967 is the 31st March,
and that failure to give notice of
chargeability is an offence against the
Income Tax Ordinance, rendering the
person concerned liable to a fine not
exceeding SEVEN HUNDRED AND
FIFTY DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income
accruing in, derived from the Colony or
elsewhere and whether received in the
Colony or not for the preceding year,
exceeded the statutory limit of $600.00
is required to submit a return in the
prescribed form notwithstanding that
on account of approved deductions no
tax may eventually be chargeable, and
particular attention is directed to the
fact that the term "income' 'is deemed
to include not only money but also.
allowances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
forms to such persons. It is to be
clearly understood, however, that the
Income Tax Department is under no
obligation to send a return form to
anyone and that a person is not exon-
erated from the statutory liability of
making a return even though a form
may not have been received from the
Department. Forms may be obtained,
on application, at the Revenue Offices
at Georgetown, .Barrouallie, Bequia
and Union Island, or in any other dis-
trict from the Police Station situate
therein or from the Income Tax Depart-
ment, Kingstown, where any person
requiring information in connection
therewith is invited to enquire.
4.., The .form correctly completed
should be accompanied by all necessary
supporting statements. Specimens of


the form of account required from
small traders and from occupiers or
cultivators of land will be supplied on
request.

A. J. DaSILVA,
Comptroller of Inland Revenue.
Inland Revenue Office,
Kingstown,
4th January, 1967.


COMMONWEALTH
SCHOLARSHIPS AND
FELLOWSHIPS.

AUSTRALIA AND NEw ZEALAND.

The Governments of Australia and
New Zealand have invited applications
for the award of Commonwealth Schol-
arships and Fellowships tenable at
Universities in these territories to suit-
able men and women from the West
Indies under their respective Common-
wealth Scholarships and Fellowships
Plan 1968/69.
Applicants should not have reached
their 35th birthday by 1st March, 1967,
but in special circumstances this age
limit may be raised. Preference will
however be given to candidates between
22 and 28 years of age.
These scholarships and fellowships
are awarded for advanced study or re-
search 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 equiva-
lent qualification. Under special cir-
cumstances applications miay also be
considered for undergraduates if the
programme of study they wish to follow
is not available in their own country.
Awards will normally be made for a
period of two academic years except in
cases where a shorter period is required
to complete "the programme for which
the award is granted.
Each scholarship covers expenses for
travel, living and study during its ten-
ure.
Successful candidates must give an
undertaking to return to St. Vincent at
the end of their scholarship period.
Applications must be made through
unit Governments in septuplicate, and
on prescribed forms available from the
Training Division of the Ministry of
Finance, Kingstown, St. Vincent, from
which further information on these
scholarships could be obtained. Appli-
cations must be forwarded to the Minis-
try of Finance not later than 30th












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January, 1967. Applications that are
incomplete or are not supported by the
required documents will not be enter-
tained.
17th January, 1967.


NOTICE

LONDON G.C.E. EXAMINATION,
1967.

The Examination fees to be paid by
candidates catering for the above-
mentioned Examination are as follows:
Initial Entry Fee 30/-
Fee for Ordinary Level
Subjects (each) 15/-
Fee for Advanced Level
Subjects (each) 35/-
Local Fee 5/-
All Applications supported by
(a) Recommendations from the Edu-
cation Officer;
(b) Birth Certificates of candidates;
(c) Receipts showing that the neces-
sary fees have been paid into the
Treasury
must be handed in to the Local Corres-
pondent, Mr. J. J. Antrobus, not later


than 3.00 p.m. on Tuesday 31st Janu-
ary, 1967.
J. J. ANTROBUS,
Local Corresponvdent.
17th January, 1967.


NOTICE.

CALLIAQUA BRIDGE.

It is notified for general information
that certain defects have been discov-
ered in the Calliaqua Bridge, which, if
not remedied quickly, might cause the
bridge to be classified as "dangerous for
usage" and to be closed to pedestrian
and vehicular traffic.
The Ministry for Communications
and Works is arranging for the defects
to be remedied shortly but, in the mean-
time, drivers of all types of vehicles,
shou d maintain a speed of not more
than five (5) miles per hour when tra-
versing the bridge.

F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Acting Permanent Secretary
Ministry for Communications
and Works.
6th January, 1967.


POLICE NOTICES

CARNIVAL 1967.

The attention of owners of Refreshment Houses and Licensed Liquor Shops
throughout the territory is drawn to Section 4 of the First Schedule of the
Shop (Hours of Opening and Employment) (Amendment) Ordinance No. 14
of 1948.
2. Tuesday 7th February, 1967, being a Public Holiday, Refreshment
Houses and Licensed Liquor Shops throughout the territory may be opened
between the hours of 8.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. to 11.00 p.m.
3. If any person during the time which any Liquor Licensed premises are
directed to be closed by, or in pursuance of, the Liquor Licence Ordinance
No. 11/48 or any other Ordinance, disposes or exposes any liquor although pur-
chased, sold, or otherwise disposed of before the hours of closing to be consumed
on those premises, or open or keeps open those premises, shall be guilty of an
offence.
Every Licensed holder who permits any person other than an inmate
or servant on the premises, to remain on his licensed premises during any period
during which such premises are required by law to be closed shall be guilty
of an offence.


13th January, 1967.


C. M. ROBERTS,
Acting Chief of Police.


Vehicles entering Victoria Park on the undermentioned dates and times
will conform to a system of one way traffic which has been arranged.

Regulations made by the Chief of Police under Section 79 (1). of the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance:-
Saturday 4th February, 1967, between the hours of 4.00 p.m. and 12.00 p.m.
Monday 6th February, 1967, between the hours of 3.00 p.m. and 8.00 p.m.












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MOTOR VEHICLES ENTRY
Vehicles will enter Victoria Park by way of Peebles Bridge.
Vehicles from Windward will proceed South to North along North River
Road and turn left into Victoria Park by way of Peebles Bridge.
Vehicles from Leeward entering the Park will proceed by way of Stoney
Grounds and North River Road.

VEHICLES PROCEEDING AROUND VICTORIA PARK
Traffic will conform to a system of one way travelling anti-clockwise around
Victoria Park, that is to say, vehicles entering the Park by way of Peebles
Bridge, will keep Right and those entering by Road to Leeward will turn Right.

MOTOR VEHICLE EXIT
Exit will be by Bentinck Square and Road to Leeward.

ONE WAY TRAFFIC
North River Road between Grenville Street and Peebles Bridge--
SOUTH TO NORTH.
Police are under strict directions to enforce these Regulations during the
time they apply.
C. M. ROBERTS,
Acting Chief of Police.
13th January, 1967.

SUNDAY 5TH FEBRUARY, 1967

QUEEN'S CARNIVAL COMPETITION-RUSSELL'S CINEMA
STONEY GROUND

Vehicles entering Stoney Ground on the undermentioned date and time
will conform to a system of one way traffic which has been arranged.

Regulations made by the Chief of Police under Section 79 (1) of the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance:-

Sunday 5th February, 1967, between the hours of 7.00 p.m. and 12.00 p.m.

MOTOR VEHICLES ENTRY
Vehicles will enter Stoney Ground by way of North River Road.

MOTOR VEHICLES EXIT
Exit will be by Road to Leeward.

ONE WAY TRAFFIC
Old Montrose Road: between Peebles Bridge and junction leading to
Mr. Eustace's residence. SOUTH TO NORTH only.

Stoney Ground Road: between Old Montrose Road and Road to Leeward.
EAST TO WEST only.

Unnamed Road: between Old Montrose Road and Road to Leeward (near
Mr. Eustace's residence) EAST TO WEST only.

Police are under strict directions to enforce these Regulations during the
time they apply.
C. M. ROBERTS,
Acting Chief of Police.
13th January, 1967.

TUESDAY 7TH FEBRUARY, 1967

Permission is hereby granted by the Chief of Police for Bands to perform
through the Streets of Kingstown during the Carnival on Tuesday 7th February,
1967, between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. These Bands must however
conform to a system of One Way Traffic which has been arranged.













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Regulations made by the Chief of Police under Section 79 (1) of the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance.

MOTOR VEHICLES ENTRY
Vehicles will enter Victoria Park by way of Peebles Bridge.

Vehicles from Windward will proceed South to North River Road and
turn left into Victoria Park by way of Peebles Bridge.

Vehicles from Leeward entering the Park will proceed by way of Stoney
Ground and North River Road.

VEHICLES PROCEEDING AROUND VICTORIA PARK
Traffic will conform to a system of One Way travelling anti-clockwise
around Victoria Park, that is to say, vehicles entering the Park by way of
Peebles Bridge will keep right and those entering by road to Leeward will
turn right.
PARKING ARRANGEMENTS AT VICTORIA PARK
Buses and Trucks not carrying advertising Bands will park in the open
space behind the Colonial Hospital Annexe. Buses and Trucks carrying adver-
tising Bands will go through the Western Gate, drop performers drive out and
park behind the pavilion as directed by the Police.
Leeward Buses will park at the Park Stand on the Eastern side of South
River Road.
Taxis which usually park in the Park Stand on Hillsboro Street will park
on the Park Stand on the Eastern side of the Court House.

MOTOR VEHICLES EXIT
Exit will be by Bentinck Square and Road to Leeward.

ONE WAY TRAFFIC
NORTH RIVER ROAD between Grenville Street and
Peebles Bridge .. SOUTH TO NORTH

ONE WAY TRAFFIC ABOUT KINGSTOWN
Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. the following Roads will be
ONE WAY drive for all vehicles and Bands:-

TYRELL, GRENVILLE, HALIFAX AND GRANBY
STREETS (otherwise known as Back Street) be-
tween the corner of the unnamed Street (near Mr.
Connell's residence) and Grenville Street and James
Street .. EAST TO WEST

MIDDLE STREET, between James Street and un-
named Street (near Mr. Connell's residence) .. WEST TO EAST
BAY STREET, between James Street and the un-
named Street (near Mr. Connell's residence) .. WEST TO EAST

Unnamed street (near Connell's residence) .. NORTH TO SOUTH
(Back to Bay Street)
HIGGINSON STREET .. NORTH TO SOUTH
(Back to Bay Street)
MELVILLE STREET .. NORTH TO SOUTH
(Bay to Back Street)
BEDFORD STREET .. NORTH TO SOUTH
(Bay to Back Street)
HILLSBORO STREET, between Halifax and Bay NO ENTRY
Streets .. EXCEPT POLICE
AND FIRE
VEHICLES











Vg SAINT VINCENT

L5 ;TATUTORY RULES AN) (MDER,.
1967, No. ;.


( (Gazelted 2; h January. 1967.)


BY THI7 ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION.

[ L. S. ]

H.' GEORGE,
Administrator.

WHEREAS by section 7 of the BankHIIolidays Ordinance, Cap. 161, it is
enacted that it shall be lawful for the Administrator in Council from time to
time, by Proclamation in the Gazellte, to appoint a special day to be observed
as a Bank Holiday throughout the Co.ony :

Now TIHEREFORE I do, in accordance with the advice of the Executive
Council, and pursuant to the authority in me vested by the said Ordinance,
hereby appoint Tuesday, the 7th day of February, 1967, to be observed as a
Bank Holiday throughout the Colony.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Island of Saint Vincent
at Government House in the said Island this 20th day of January in
the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Sixty-seven
and in the Fourteenth Year of the Reign of Her Majesty QUEEN
ELIZABETH THE SECOND.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!

(Secretariat 13.)


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MARRIAQUA VILLAGE COUNCIL SL NS)
(AMENDMENT) N


(Gazetted 24th January, 1967.)


1. Short title.' This Notice may be cited as the Marriaqua Village
Council (1966 Elections) (Amendment) Notice, 1967.

1 Amendment of paragraph 3 (1) of SLh-:i-bie to Ordinance No. 25
of 1966. Paragraph 3 (1) of the Schedule to the Marriaqua Village .Council
(1966 Elections) Ordinance, 1966, is hereby amended by deleting the words
"Within fourteen days of the coming into operation of this Ordinance"
appearing in the first and second lines thereof and substituting therefore the
words "On or before the 31st day of January, 1967,".




Made by the Administrator in Council under section 4 of the Marriaqua
Village Council (1966 Elections) Ordinance (No. 25 of 1966) this 21st day
of January, 1967.


GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(C.M. 96).


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SAINT VINCENT.

ST TORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1967, No. 5.

S O-FFICE (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 24th January, 1967).

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Post Office (Amend-
ment) Regulations, 1967, and shall be read as one with the Post Office Regu-
lations, 1938 (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations) and all
amendments thereto.
2. Regulation 245 of principal Regulations amended. Paragraph' (1)
of Regulation 245 of the principal Regulations is hereby amended by inserting
the words "and parcels" between the words "packets" and "transmitted" ap-
pearing in the first line thereof.
3. Table A of principal Regulations revoked and replaced. Table A of
the principal Regulations is hereby revoked and replaced with the following:-
TABLE A
PART I
INLAND POSTAGE RATES
Within the Colony of St. Vincent and its dependencies
Not exceeding 1 lb. in weight. ...... ...... ...... 200
For every additional 1 lb. or fractional part thereof 5
(subject to a limit of 22 lbs. ).
PART II
SURFACE RATES
Parcels not exceeding in weight
3 lbs 7 lbs 11 lbs 22 bsg
Grenada; Trinidad & Tobago;
Barbados ...... ...... ...... .90 $1.20 $1.55 $2.00
Other territories in the British
Caribbean ...... ...... ...... .95 $1.25 $1.70 $2.25
Canada ...... ...... ...... $1.30 $1.85 $2.55 $3,0 '












Parcels not exceeding in weight
3 lbs. 7 lbs. 11 lbs. 22 lbs.


Great Britain and Northern
Ireland
U.S.A. and Panama
Bermuda; Puerto Rico; Virgin
Islands; Panama; Canal Zone ......
Aruba; Curacao; Guyana
Venezuela
NOTE: The postal rates on parcels
addressed to all countries
hot enumerated above
shall be the rates shown
in the London Postal
Guide, to which amounts
shall be added


$2.00
$1.20

$1.35
$1.25
$2.40


$2.50 $3.50 $5.00
$2.00 $3.00 $4.90


$2.30
$1.75
$3.10


$3.50
$2.35
$3.75


$5.75
$3.20
$5.15


.52 .74 $1.02 $1.40


4. Table B of principal Regulations revoked and replaced. Table B of
the principal Regulations is hereby revoked and replaced with the following:-

"TABLE B.

PART I
AIR MAIL RATES


Country of Destination


Letters Postcards
per 1/2 oz.


2nd Class
Air-letter mail per
forms 1/2 oz.


Aden
Afghanistan
Alaska
Algeria
Antigua
Argentina ..
Aruba
Australia ......
Azores
Bahamas
Barbados ......
Bermuda ......
Bolivia
Botswana ......
Brazil
British Honduras
Brunei


...... ...... 50
...... ...... 60
...... ...... 25
...... ...... 40
8
...... ...... 35
15
60
50
15
...... ...... 8
15
...... ...... 25
...... ...... 70
...... ..... 25
...... ...... 15
...... ...... 60


20
20
8
15
3 (min. of 60)
12
6
20
20
6
3 (min. of 6()
6
8
25
8
6
20











2nd Class
Country of Destination Letters Post Air-letter mail per
per 1/2 oz. cards forms 1/2 oz.


Burma
Cambodia
Camaroons
Canada
Canary Isla
Cape Verde
Ceylon
Chile
China
Christmas I
Christmas I
Colombia
Congo Repi
Cook Island
Costa Rica
Cuba
Curacao
Cyprus
Dahomey
Dominica
Dominican
Equador
Egypt
Eire (Irelai
El Salvador
Europe (ex
Falkland Is
Fanning Isl
Fiji
Formosa
French Equ
French Gui
French Gui
French Set
French Soi
French Wes
Gambia
Gaza
Ghana
Gibraltar
Gilbert & E
Grenada
Gt. Britain


...... ..... ...... 60
...... ...... ...... 60
...... ...... ...... 5 0
S ...... ...... 25
nds ...... ...... 40
Islands ...... ...... 40
...... ..... ...... 70
...... ...... ...... 3 5
70
s. (Pacific Ocean)...... 60
s. (Indian Ocean)...... 70
...... ...... ...... 25
iblic ...... ...... 60
...... ...... 50
...... ...... ..... 2 5
...... ...... ...... 25
...... ...... ...... 15
40
...... ...... ..... 50
...... ..... ...... 8
Republic ...... ...... 15
...... ...... ...... 2 5
...... ..... ...... 40
id) ...... ...... 35
r ...... 25
cept U.S.S.R.) ...... 40
lands ...... ...... 35
and ...... ...... 60
...... ...... ...... 4 0
...... ...... ...... 60
atorial Africa ...... 60
iana ...... ...... 15
nea 50
elements in Oceania 60
mali Coast 60
st Indies ...... ...... 15
50
50
50
40
Illice Is. ...... ...... 60

& N. Ireland 35


20
20
20
8
15
15
25
12
25
20
25
8
20
20
8
8
6
15
20
3 (min. of 6)
6
8
15
12
8
15
12
20
15
20
20
6
20
20
20
6
20
20
20
15
20
3 (min. of 60)
12













2nd Class
Country of Destination Letters Post Air-letter mail per
per 1/2 oz. cards forms 1/ oz.


Guatemala ...... ......
Guyana
H aiti ..... ......
Hawaii ......
Honduras Republic ......
Hong Kong
India ...... ......
Indonesia ...... ......
Iran ...... .....
Iraq ...... ......
Israel ......
Ivory Coast
Jamaica ...... ......
Japan ...... ....
Jordan ...... ......
K enya ...... ......
K orea ...... ......
Laos ...... ..
Lebanon ...... ......
Lesotho
Liboria ...... ......
Libya ...... ......
Macao ......
Madagascar
M adeira ...... ......
Malawi ......
M alaya ...... ......
Malta ......
Marian Islands
Marshall Islands
Mauritania
Mauritius
M exico ...... ...
Montserrat
Morocco ......
Mozambique
N epal ...... ......
New Caledonia
New Guinea
New Hebrides'
New Zealand
Niger ...... ...


25

15

25
50
70
60
50
...... 50
...... 50
50
8
50
40
...... 50
50
60
50
70
...... 50
40
60
70
...... 40
...... 60
...... 60
40
...... 60
60
...... 50
70
...... 25
8
...... 40
70
70
60
...... 60
...... 60
50
...... 50


8
3 (min. of 60)
6
12
8
20
25
20
20
20
20
20
3 (min. of 6)
20
15
20
20
20
20
25
20
15
20
25
15
20
20
15
20
20
20
25
8
3 (min. of 60)
15
25
25
20
20
20
20
8













Country of Destination Letters
per 1/2 oz.


Nigeria ...... .....
Nicaragua
North Borneo
Pakistan ...... ......
Panama Republic
Panama Canal Zone
Paraguay ...... ......
Peru ......
Philippines
Pitcairn Island
Portuguese East Africa
Portuguese India
Portuguese Timor ......
Portuguese West Africa
Persian Gulf Ports
Puerto Rico
Reunion ...... ......
Rhodesia ...... ......
St. Helena
St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla
St. Lucia ...... ......
Samoa ...... ......
Sarawak ...... ......
Saudi Arabia
Senegal ...... ......
Seychelles
Sierra Leone
Singapore
Solomon Island
Somalia ......
South Africa
Spanish Guinea ......
Spanish West Africa
Sudan ...... ......
Surinam ...... ......
Syria ...... ......
Tanganyika
- Thailand ...... ......
Tibet ...... ......
Togo ...... ......
Tonga ...... .....
Tortola
Trinidad & Tobago
Tunisia ...... ......


2nd Class
Post Air-letter mail- per
cards forms 1/2 OZ.


50
...... 25
...... 70
60
...... 25
25
...... 35
...... 25
...... 60
...... 60
60
60
60
...... 60
...... 60
.... 50
15
70
60
60
8

50
60
50
50
60
50
60
60
60
70
...... 50
50
50
...... 6015
...... 50
50
...... 70

50
40
15
8
...... 40
...... 40


20
20
25
20
8
8
12
8
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
6
25
20
20
3 (min. of 60)
3 (min. of 60)
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
20
20
20
6
20
20
25
25
20
15
6
3 (min. of 6)
15












2nd Class
Country of Destination Letters Post Aireletter mail per
per 1/2 oz. cards forms 1/ oz.

Uganda ...... ...... ...... 50 25 15 20
Upper Volta ...... ...... 50 25 15 '20
Uruguay ...... ...... 35 18 15 12
U.S.A. ...... ..... ...... 25 12 15 8
U.S.S.R. ...... ...... ...... 50 25 15 20
Venezuela ...... ...... 15 10 15 6
Viet Nam ...... ...... 60 30 15 20
Virgin Islands (U.S.) ...... 15 10 15 6
Wake Island ...... ...... 50 25 15 20
Yemen ...... ...... ...... 60 30 15 20
Zambia ...... ...... ...... 60 30 15 20
Zanzibar ...... ...... ...... 50 25 12 20


PART II

INTERNATIONAL AIR PARCELS RATES


Destination


Antigua
Ariuba
Bahamas
Barbados
Bermuda
British Honduras
Canada : ......
Curacao
Dominica
Grenada
Guyana
Jamaica
Montserratt
St. Kitts
St. Lucia ......
Trinidad
United Kingdom
U.S.A.


Air surcharge
per Y2 lb.
$ .10
.15
.40
.05
.35
.45
.60
.15
.10
.05
.10
.30
.10
.10
.05
.10
1.35
.50


5. Revocation. The following Regulations are hereby revoked:-

(a) Post Office (Amendment No. 2) Regulations, 1952 (SR. & 0.
1952, No. 11).













(b) Post Office (Amendment) Regulations, 1954, (S.R. & 0. 1954,
No. 69).

(c) Post Office (Amendment) Regulations, 1955, (S.R. & 0. 1955,
No. 4).

(d) Post Office (Amendment) Regulations, 1958', (S.R. & 0. 1958,
No. 34).

(e) Post Office (Amendment) Regulations, 1961, (S.R. & 0. 1961,
No. 30).
(f) Post Office (Amendment) Regulations, 1963, (S.R. & 0. 1963,
No. 19).

6. Commencement. These Regulations shall come into force on the 1st
day of February, 1967 save that Part II of Table A thereof shall come into
force on the 24th day of January, 1967.


Made by the Administrator-in-Council under Section 22 of the Post Office
Ordinance (Cap. 134), this 17th day of January, 1967.

GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(C.W. 396).


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