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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 28: The Importation of Goods Regulations, 1967
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 29: The Supplies (Control) (Prices) Regulations, 1967
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 31: The Supplies (Control) (Kerosene Prices) Regulations, 1967
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


SbAliNTIN T ntljYuritu.


VOL. 100.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 AUGUST, 1967. [No. 51.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 166.
APPOINTMENTS.
Whitley Council

The undermentioned persons have been
appointed to serve on the Whitley Coun-
cil for the Civil Service of St. Vincent
for one year commencing 1st April,
1967:-
Official Side
The Financial Secretary (Chairman)
The Permanent Secretary, Chief Min-
ister's Office
The Establishment Officer
The Assistant Secretary, Establish-
ment Office (Secretary)
Staff Side
Mr. F. G. T o IAS
Mr. D. NILES
Mr. S. BRANCH
Mr. 0. CUFFY (Secretary)
22nd August, 1967.

No. 167..
MARKETING BOARD

His Honour the Administrator, act-
ing in accordance with the advice of
the Executive Council, and by virtue
of section 4, subsections 1 and 3 and of
section 5, subsection 1 of the Market-
ing Board Ordinance, 1959 (No. 4 of
1959) has appointed the following per-
sons to be members of the Marketing


Board for a period of two years from
1st July, 1967 :-
R. E,. BAYNES, Esq., (Chairman)
CYRIL BARNARD, Esq.
ARTHUR CONNELL, Esq.
HUBERT DAISLEY, Esq., J.P..
JoHn A. DOUGAN, Esq., J.P.
Honourable LEVI C. LATHAM
C. I.. MARTIN, Esq., B.Sc. Econ. and
0. H. WILLIAMS, Esq.
The Superintendent of Agriculture
(cx officio), is the remaining mem-
ber.
22nd August, 1967..

No. 168.
ST. VINCENT TOURIST BOARD

The undermnentioned persons have
been appointed to serve on the St. Vin-
cent Tourist Board for a period of
one year with effect from 25th July,
1967:-
R.. M. GRANT, Esq.,
(Elected Chairman)
R. COOLS LARTIGUE, Esq.
Mrs. VILNA COX
Mrs. SYLVIA DASILVA
ALPIIAEUS KING, Esq.
Dr. I. A. E. KIRBY
F. J. DARE, Esq.,
DESMOND LAYNE, Esq.
H. V. Soso, Esq.
22nd August, 1967.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 AUGUST, 1967..-(No. 51).


No. 169.
LAND SETTLEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
BOARD

The undermentioned persons have
been appointed to serve on the Land
Settlement and Development Board
with effect from 1st July, 1967, for
a period of one year:-
HILARY DASILVA, Esq., M.B.E..,
(Chairman)
The Superintendent of Agriculture
(Deputy Chairman)
The Accountant General
REGINALD ASH, Esq.
MARTIN BARNARD, Esq.
WALTER BRIGGS, Esq..
CYPRIAN HYPOLITE, Esq.
JES IURAN JOIINSON, Esq.
BERTIE LAWRENCE, Esq.
Honourable S. E. SLATER..
22nd August, 1967.

No.. 170.
LEGISLATION.

The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-

S..R. & 0. No. 28.-The Importation
of Goods Regulations, 1967.
(T.P.L. & T. 667).

S.R. & 0. No. 29.-The Supplies
(Control) (Prices) Regulations,
1967.
(T.P. 437) (T.PP. 119).

S.R. & 0. No. 30.-The Import
(Fresh Fish, Eggs and Chicken
Carcasses) Regulations, 1967.

S.R. & 0. No. 31..-The Supplies
(Control) (Kerosene Prices) Reg-
ulations, 1967.
(T.P. 667).

S. R. & 0. No. 32.-The John Derek
Knight (Prohibited Immigrant)
(Cancellation) Order, 1967.
22nd August, 1967.,

No. 171.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE

Copies of the Minutes of the Fifth
Sitting of the First Session of the Legis-
lative Council held on the 13th July,
1967, which may be seen at Government
Office, the Kingstown Library and all
Revenue Offices are published with this
issue of the Gazette.
22nd August, 1967.


No. 145.
VACANT POSTS.

VACANT POSTS OF LAND SURVEYORS,
MINISTRY FOR TRADE & PRODUCTION

Lands and S,,,,', Department, Gov-
ernment of St. Vincent

Applications are invited for the ap-
pointment to two vacant posts of Sur-
veyor, Lands and Surveys Department,
St. Vincent, West Indies.
Surveyors, preferably not over forty
(40) years of age are required to under-
take surveying for cadastral purposes,
also surveying of a topographical and
engineering nature. Qualifications are
either Intermediate R..I.C.S. (Land Sur-
veying) or exemption therefrom; or a
licence to practice as a Surveyor in
Trinidad, Jamaica, Guyana, The Wind-
ward or Leeward Islands.
Salary according to qualifications and
experience in the scale:-
(a) $4,884 X $180-$5,064 X $240
-$6,240/$6,480 X $240-$7,440
(b) To pass the bar in the scale ap-
plicants must have the A.R.I.C..S.
Appointment: On Contract for one
tour of three years, the other to the
permanent pensionable establishment.
Applications giving full name, age,
and particulars o.f qualifications and
experience should be sent to the Estab-
lishment Officer, Government Office,
Kingstown, to reach him not later than
the 30th August, 1967..
1st August, 1967.

No,. 165.
PosT OF BAILIFF, MAGISTRATE'S
OFFICE.

Applications are invited for the
post of Bailiff, Magistrate's Office,
St. Vincent. The post is pensionable,
with salary in the scale $1,392/1,536 x
84-$1,872 x 96-$2,640. Travelling
allowance is payable in accordance
with local regulations.
Further particulars of the post can
be obtained from the Magistrate, Dis-
trict ]1 Magistrate's Office, St. Vincent.
Applications, supported by two re-
cent testimonials should be addressed
to the Establishment Officer, Establish-
inent Division, Kingstown and should
reach him not later than 31st August,
1967.
15th August, 1967.
By Command,
0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Establishment Officer.
GOVERNMENT OFFTC'F.
22nd August, 1967.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 AUGUST, 1967.--(No. 51). 297


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCES ORDINANCE NO. 11 OF 194S

It is hereby notified for general information that the QUARTERLY
LIQUOR. LICENSING SESSION will be held in the undermentioned Parishes
for the purpose of hearing applications from new Applicants in their re-
spective Parishes for the granting of Certificates in accordance with the
provisions of the Liquor Licences Ordinance, No. 11 of 1948, at the time and
places stated hereunder:-


Parishes.
St. Patrick


Charlotte


The Grenadines (Bequia)


St. David


The Grenadines (Union Island)


St. Andrew & St. George


Time and Places of Sessions.
At the Court House, Barrouallie on
Thursday, 14th September, 1967 at
9.1- a.m.
.. At the Court House, Georgetown on
Monday, 11th September, 1967, at
10.00 a.m.
At the Court House, Bequia on Fri-
day, 29th September, 1967. at 10.00
a.1m.
.. At the Court House, Chateaubelair
on Thursday, 28th September, 1967,
at 1C.00 a.m.
At the Court House, Union Island on
Friday, 22nd September, 1967, at
10.00 a.m.
At the Court House, King-town on
Saturday, 30th September, 1967, at
9.)0O a.m.


Notice of intention to oppose the grant of any Certificate, stating in
general terms the grounds of opposition, must be served upon the applicant
and upon the Magistrates not later than 7 dap: s before the date fixed for the
holding of the Licensing Session.
C. E. A. RAWLE,
and
L. A. D. WILLIAMS,
Magistrates.
PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES


Parish Names of Applicants


Charlotte *Laura Toby
*Cecelia Douglas


St. David

Grenadines
(Union
Island)

St. Andrew
and
St. George


Marion Robertson

Capt. Barry
Loydell Goddard


Sybil Charles
Adams Bros.

Hugh DaBreo
James Hutehinson
*Godfrey Simmons
*Christobelle Payne
Eugene Bonadie
Clive Raimie


Occupation


Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper

Housewife

Yacht's
Captain


Seamstress
Manufac-
turers
Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper
Bartender
Shopkeeper
Merchant
Shopkeeper


Edmond McDonald Carpenter
*Beltran Moffard Shopkeeper


Residence


Diamond Vil.
Georgetown

Troumaca

Union Island



Camden Park
Arnos Vale


Carrierre
Calder
Bequia
Belvedere
Lowmans
Cane Hall
Stubbs
Belmont


Situation of
Premises

Diamond Vil.
Georgetown

Troumaea Bay

Clifton
Harbour


Camden Park
Arnos Vale

Carrierre
Calder
Paul's Lot
Belvedere
Middle Street
Paul's Lot
Victoria Vil.
Whim


* Transfer of name of Licencee.


Magistrates' Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent, W.I.


C. E. A. RAWLE,
and
L. A. D. WILLIAMS,
Magistrates..













298 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 AUGUST, 1967.--(No. 51).


TREASURY NOTICES.


LAND AND HOUSE TAX DEPARTMENT.


Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned properties in the owner-
ship or occupation of the persons named hereunder whose names appear on
the tax rolls for the parishes of Saint George and the Grenadines-Bequia-
are in default of arrears of taxes levied under the authority of the "Land
and House Tax Ordinance". By virtue of Warrants issued in accordance
with Section 46 (3) of the above Ordinance, the said properties having been
levied upon will be offered for sale at Public Auction on Saturday the 2nd
day of September, 19'67, at the Land and House Tax Department, for the
recovery of taxes due thereon.

A. J. DaSlLVA,
Acting Accountant General.


Treasury Chainbers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.
15th August, 1967.


Name of Owner, Attorney Situation of
or Occupier. Property.


Description of Property.


Coronation Beach Club
(Noel 0. Baynes & Ors.
et al.)

.,, ,ii,.l Byron & Ors.
Samuel Cain
Samuel Campbell

Nathaniel Carr
Gloriana Davis
William Falby
Vincent George
Edgar Gibson
Frederick C. Gill
Samuel Hunte
Isaac John
Charles Jones

George Joseph Layne
Seeva Eldica Sam
Valrosa Samuel
Nathaniel Joseph

Lillian Trotman
Eli Williams
St. Clair Williams


Villa



Fair Hall
Fair Hall
Prospect
(formerly Belair)
Rileys
Belair
Diamond
Enhams
Cane Hall
Belvedere
Carrierre
Villa
Mt. Pleasant

Fair Hall
Arnos Val-
Evesham
Cane Hall

Prospect Est.
Brighton Village
Fair Hall


All that portion of land situ-
ate at Indian Bay with
buildings thereon, as con-
veyed by Deed Number 489/
1963.
361/2 poles of land.
2 acs. 1 rd. 26 p1s. of land
One (1) wooden dwelling
house.
3 rds. 36 pls. of land.
Lot 54 Belair Township.
7 acs. of agric. lands.
One wooden dwelling house.
3 aes. 13 p1s. of land.
One (1) rood of land.
One(2) house spot.
28 poles of land.
One English Electric Frigi-
daire.
1 ac. 26 poles of land.
One (1) house spot.
2 rds. 32 pls. of land.
One (1 ) wooden dwelling
house.
I ae. 1 rd. 15 pls of land.
One (1) house spot.
1 ae. 2 rds. 24 pls. of land.


BEQUIA


Abella Burgin
Mington Davis
Alfred Glynn
Hrs. Henry King
Ina Kydd
Edgar Patterson
Blanche Rainme


Hamilton
Hill View
Reform
Hill View
Reform
Hamilton
Reform


1 ae. 16 p1s. of land.
9 aes. 2 rds. 27 pls. of land.
One (1) acre of land.
6 acres of land.
One (1) acre of land.
1 acre 1 rood of land.
2 acres 2 roods of land.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 AUGUST, 1967,.-(No. 51). 299


INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT.

Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 49 of the "Land and
House Tax Ordinance" Cap. 194, as amended by Ordinance No. 12 of 1954.
that the following properties which were sold at auction on the 1st day of
July, 1967 for arrears of taxes, will Vest absolutely in the purchaser's name
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. J. DASILVA,
Acting Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers.
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
10th August, 1967.

PARISH OF CHARLOTTE.

DISTRICT II.


Name of Owner or Location of Description of Purchase Date
Occupier Property Property Price


Abraham, Allan
DI),blin, Verrol

Farrell, Catherine
II )lburn, Myra
Rob,.rts, Olive
Ta;iylcr, Clotilda
RIdriques, Albertina
Walker. Joseph


Perseverance
South Rivers

Mt. Bentinek
Overland
Sans Souci
Langley Park
Laigmley Park
South Rivers


2 acs. 2 rds. of land
One wooden dwell-
ing house
One house spot
One house spot
3 rds. 8 pls. of land
2 acs. of land
7 acs. 7 pls. of land
2 roods of land


EDUCATION NOTICE.


EVENING CLASSES
TECHNICAL WING
Term III 1966/67.


Adult classes in Technical Drawing,
Building Construction and Electricity
will start on Tuesday, 12th September,
1967 at 6 p.m.
Paying-in-Slips will be available
from the Clerk Grammar School be-
tween the hours of 8.30 a.m. and noon
each day. Treasury receipts for fees
paid must be shown to tutors on the
first night.
Fee: $3.00 per term for one class
$2.00 per term for each ad-
ditional class.
Post Primary Classes in English.
Mathematics, Drafting and "Related
Information" will begin on Monday.
_11th September, at 4.30 p.m.

THEODORE V. KEANE,
Education Officer.

15th August, 1967.


POLICE NOTICES

Regulations made by the Chief of
Police under section 79 (1) of the
Motor Vehicle & Road Traffic Ordin-
ance No. 20 of 1940.

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that due to repairs being
carried out on Hillsboro Street, be-
tween Bay Street and Back Street, the
undermentioned portion of that road
will be closed to vehicular traffic in
the first instance with effect from 10th
August, 1967, until further notice.
"That portion of Hillsboro Street
(West) between Middle Street
and Back Street"
Vehicles travelling from Back Street
to Bay Street will do so by way of Bed-
ford Street.
PARKING
Vehicles (Taxis) which park on the
abovementioned portion of road will
now park on the Western side of Hills-
boro Street, between Middle Street and
Bay Street, (Leeward Bus Stand).
Buses from Leeward will park on the
open lands formerly occupied by
Geest Industries on Lower Bay Street.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.


$14.00

$11.00
$25.00
$ 7.00
$27.00
$11.50
$22.00
$41.00


1. 7. 67


7.67
7.67
7.67
7.67
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7.67
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300 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 AUGUST, 1967.--(No. 51).


THE PUBLIC IS HER1EBY NOTIFIED that the undermentioned un-
claimed property are in posses:,;ion of the Police.
Persons who have lost property answering the description of those listed,
are invited to attend the C.!.D. Oftle, Central Police Station and identify
the nlissing article.
After a period of one month the articles that have not been identified
and claimed will be sold by Public Auction.


Article

One brown gents' wallet
One blue gents' sunshade
One wood-cutter saw
Une silver hub-cap
One kitchen knife
One pair of gents' sunshade
One bottle Vermouth, one bottle
Brandy, one b: tle -h. y, one
bottle Liqueur
One key holder and 160i
One grey ladies purse with $12.92
One grey fountain pen
One red ladies purse with $1.77
Two dollars ($2.00)
One dollar ($1.00)
Five dollars ($5.00)
One dollar ($1.00)
One blue ladies purse with 400
One key holder with 14 keys
One key ring with 9 keys
One key holder with 5 keys
Ou,, wallet with $1.06
One female Wil'igard wrist-watch
One pair gre.n gents' shades
One ladies purse containing one key,
(one yellow cminb, one coloured lead,
one bottle pci "n' nd $1.65
One kev holder with 5 keys
One ladies brooeh
One key holder with 3 keys
One leather ease with 5 keys
One dollar ($1.00)
One multi-coloured ladies purse con-
taining $35.00 E.C.C. and one pound
One black ladies wallet containing
6(, one while handkerchief, one
re(,eipt
One cardboard box containing 82
drinking glasses
Four keys and one Master lock
One black Ko lak came-ra in a brown
cnnvas case
One k hv bolder with 5 keys
One brown Philips transistor radio
and one bottle of honey
One i1 n' Service Medal
On'o IPhilins transistor radio
-,I, na of gets' shades
One pocket portable transistor radio
One nair dark spectacles
One M/V tvre fitted with rim and tuben
On- ladies' nurse c"ntai -in powder
nuff and 1 -rmall comb
One o-rey lad1;n' mpro containing 1
'ta-mps (St. Vincent)
"in 1l. rr-v nntlnegs
On frents' wrist watch
One female frame bicycle


Place Found

Calliaqua
Calliaqua
Sion Hill
1K:'n .-;town
Bay ,t-"reet, Kingstown
\ ingstownii


)IMcKies Hill
Kingstown
Market Square, Kingstown
Ma-iray's Road
Kingstown
Kingstowni
-"iistries
Kiinmstown
Iay Street, Khi:dtown
nx wtowni
Kingstown
Kingstown
J\ingstown-
K illps".to',wn
King.stown
Kine'stow"


'in" ;o. n
K ing:tov."'
K ingstown
Kin townon
Iinde stonen lays
Kingstown
O)utide Barclays
Kingstown


Date

24. 4.64
14. 2.65
27. 7.63
2. 7.;4
22. 5.':4
17. 7.(.5


10.10.66
24. 4.64
10. 1..66
22. 9.66
21.., 7.67
26. 9.66
12. 4.66
15.12..66
15.12..66
24. 1.66
26. 9.66
.12.12.66
4. 1.67
4. 1.67
26. 1.67
24. 2.67


Bank,


Kingstown

Kiin stown
Kingstown

Kingstown
Kingstown

Kiin ostown
Kingstown
''^n '.stown
Kin "stown
nonth Rivers
Biabou Methodist Schnol
Bridgetown

'.fo'onotamia


~everanco


3. 5.67

1.. 6.67

26. 5.67
15. 6.67

27. 6..67
27. 6.67


13.12.66

24. 2.67


(Commun it
30. 3..67
6. 8.66
8.11.64
30.. 9.66
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 AUGUST, 1967..-(No. 51).


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AT THE CLOSE
OF BUSINESS ON MONDA Y, AST JULY, 1967

dPursuant to the East Caribbean CurrencY Agreement 1965, Article 23 (2))


Liabilities


NOTES IN CIRCULATION .


EC$
EXTERNAL ASSETS
31,017,584


BANKE;:S' BALANCES

GENERAL RESERVE

OTHER LIABILITIES


. 259,380

* 1,471,307

S. 505,360(


CURRENT ACCOUNTS AND
MONEY AT CALL IN
LONDON


UNITED KINGDOM
TREASURY BILLS


0TIHER UNITED KING-
DOM GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES

BRITISH CARIBBEAN
CURRENCY BOARD
NOTE^

NOTE ISSUE ACCOUNTS
NVITH BANKS IN
BARBADOS


[Proportion of external
assets to notes in cir-
A .aniion and otler
d e m a n d liabilities
98.4% ]

GOVERNMENT
DEBENTURES

L'REASURY BILLS


OTHER A SETS


EC$33,952.631


70,372

EC$33,253,631


G. M. LAMBERT,
Managing Director.


EC$


Assets


EC$


1,106,832



16,075,200


13,123,377



5,000



460,000


30,770,409


2,018,050

394,800















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY


SAINT VINCENT

IN THE SECOND MAGISTERIAL
DISTRICT (MESOPOTAMIA)
(CIVIL JURISDICTION)


Between:
CARRIER CO-OPERATIVE
CREDIT UNION LTD.,

and
WILFRED PARRIS of
Carrier


-Plaintiff



-Defendant


It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that the undermentioned
chattel, the property of the above-
named defendant, and levied upon by
virtue of a Writ of Seizure and Sale


under Section 51 (4) of the Co-Opera-
tive Societies Ordinance, 1963, will be
put up for Sale by Public Auction at
the Court House, Kingstown, on Satur-
day, 26th August, 1967, at 1.30 in the
a fterinoon.

That is to say:-

1 Wooden House covered with Gal-
vanized Iron Sheets.

Dated this 3rd day of August, 1967.

L. A. D. WILLIAMS,
Magistrate District II.

Magistrate's Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER


AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,


KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


[ Price 30 cents. ]


22 AUGUST, 1967--(No. 51).












SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1967, No. 28.

IMPORTATION OF GOODS REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 22nd August, 1967).

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Importation of
Goods Regulations, -1967.

2. Prohibition. No goods listed in the Schedule hereto may 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 operation on a
date to be appointed by the Administrator in Council by Proclamation pub-
lished in the Gazette.


SCHEDULE.

Starches of all kinds (not including foodstuffs containing starches)
Peanuts (including canned and bottled peanuts)
Cornmeal
Peas
Cabbage
Carrots f o ,
Pepper-sauce
Ice-cream.


Made by the Administrator i oun eIun secilion 3 (1) of the Supplies
(Control) Ordinance, 1954 (No. 10 o is 20th day of July, 1967.


HUTSON L. MARTINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.















Approved by the Legislative Council this 17th day of August, 1967.


0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of Legislative Council.

(T.P. L & T. 667).


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST., VINCENT.
--- [ Pric. 3 cents.
1967.











SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1967, No. 29.


SUPPLIES (CONTROL) (PRICES) REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 22nd August, 1967).

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Supplies (Control'
(Prices) Regulations, 1967.
2. Interpretation. In these Regulations--
AREA "A" means the town of Kingstown and within one mile thereof.
AREA "B" means all other places throughout the Colony.
3. Maximum prices. From and after the coming into force of these
Regulations the prices set out in the Schedule to these Regulations shall be the
maximum selling prices at which the articles described in the said Schedule
may be sold in the area mentioned in the said Schedule.


4. Offences and Penalties.
attempts or agrees to sl
these Regulations at i
these Regulations s
conviction to a fi n exceeding
eviction to a fine ot ,A ding $


(2) For the I
or offer or attem t
sale or offer or at
through an agent 1
5. Revocation.


(1) Any person who sells or offers or
any article described in the Schedule to
thain the maximum price permitted by
-ffehie and shall be liable on summary
0 ol0 or on a second or subsequent con-

eg n a person shall be deemed to sell
9A 11e case may be whether or not such
-it ell be effected by him personally or

trol (Sugar) Regulations, 1963 (S.R. &
No. 7)


(ii) Price Control (Sugar) (Amendment) Regulations,
1964 (S.R. & 0. 1964, No. 5)
(iii) Price Control (Rice) Regulations, 1966 (S.R. & 0O
1966, No. 2).










SCHEDULE


MAXIMUM RETAIL PRICE


ARTICLE


Sugar-imported-
Washed Grey or
Crystals

Rice (Demerara)-
First Quality

Cooking Oil


MAXIMUM
WHOLESALE
PRICE


Grey


$12.80 per


Area "A"


100 lbs. 14 per lb.


$27.00 per bag of
177 lbs.

$150.00 per drum
of 45 gallons
$3.65 per gallon


171/2- per lb.


66 per bottle
of 26 oz.
17 per bottle
of 62 oz.


Area "B"


141/ per lb.



180 per lb.


700 per bottle
of 26 oz.
18 per bottle
of 61/2 oz.


Made by the Administrator in Council under section 3 of the Supplies
(Control) Ordinance, 1954 (No. 10 of 1954) this 8th day of August, 1967.

HUTSON L. MARTINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.


Approved by the Legislative Council this 17th.day of.August, 1967.


0 (, 0 BARROW,
Clerk of th LUgislative Council.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1967, No. 30.


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


(Gazetted 22nd August, 1967).


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Import (Fresh
Fish, Eggs aild Chicken Carcasses) Regulations, 1967.

2. Prohibition. No fresh fish, chicken eggs, or the whole carcass or
parts 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. Revocation. The Import (Fresh Fish, Eggs and Chicken Carcasses)
Regulations, 1965 (S.R. & 0. No. 19 cJ 1965) is hereby revoked.


Made by the Administrator in Council under section 3(1) of the Supplies
(Control) Ordinance 1954 (No. 10 of 1954) this 8th day of August, 1967.


HUTSON L. MARTINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.


Approved by


Council this 17th day of August, 1967.


0. S. BAfRROW,
Clerk of Legislative Council.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1967, No. 31.

SUPPLIES (CONTROL) (KEROSENE PRICES) REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 22nd August, 1967).

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Supplies (Con-
trol) (Kerosene Prices) Regulations, 1967.

2. Interpretation. In these Regulations- ,,
Area "A" means all places served by a e k k. f
Area "B" means all places not served erosene deli irckI

3. Maximum prices. From and after th in i o force these
Regulations the prices set out in the Schedule ese R gi ons 1 be
the maximum selling prices at which the article d( cribed inm S che-
dule may be sold in the area mentioned in the i Schedule.

4. Offences and Penalties. (1)Any person ho s s offers or
attempts or agrees to sell or offer the article describe i Schedule to
these Regulations at a price higher than the maximum price permitted by
these Regulations shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on sum-
mary conviction to a fine not exceeding $100.00 or on a second or subsequent
conviction to a fine not exceeding $250.00.
(2) For the purposes of this regulation a person shall be deemed to sell
or offer or attempt or agree to sell as the case may be whether or not such
sale or offer or attempt or agreement to sell be effected by him personally or
through an agent or employee.
SCHEDULE

ARTICLE MAXIMUM WHOLESALE MAXIMUM RETAIL
PRICE PRICE

Area "A" Area "B"

Kerosene ..... 481,/ cents per gallon 56 per 620 per
gallon gallon
100 per 120 per
S26 oz. b'tle 26 oz. b'tle













102

Made by the Administrator in Council under section 3 of the Supplies
(Control) Ordinance, 1954 (No. 10 of 1954) this 8th day of August, 1967.


IIUTSON L. MARTINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.



Approved by the Legislative Council this 17th day of August, 1967.


0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of Legislative Council.

(T.P. 667)....


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SAINT VINCENT. U

STATUTORY RULES AN DER

1967, No. 32. .% C"


JOHN DEREK KNIGHT PROHIBITI IGRA
(CANCELLATION) ORD


(Gazetted 22nd August, 1967).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the John Derek Knight
(Prohibited Immigrant) (Cancellation) Order, 1967.
2. The John Derek Knight (Prohibited Immigrant) Order, 1965 (No.
25 of 1965) is hereby cancelled.


Made by the Administrator in Council under the Immigration Restric-
tion Ordinance, 1939 (No. 2 of 1939) and by all powers enabling him in that
behalf this 15th day of August. 1967.
HUTSON L. MAR.TINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.


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MINUTES OF THE FIFTH SIT 1 OFI'lIE UIR I SESSION OF
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, ELi AT fJE C(l frL CHAMBER,
KINGSTOWN, ON THURSDAY I JL. ( 1.00 A.M.


PRESEN-

The Honourable C. ST.C. DACON, Speaker,
R. M. CATO, Member for East St. George, Chief Minister,
S. E. SLATER, Member for North L.cward, Minister for
Commumcations and Works,
J. L. EUSTACE, Member, for South Leewiard, Mi;l.'ter for
Education and Social Services,
J.. F. MITCHELL, Member for the Grenadines, Minister for
Trade, Production, Labour and Tourism,
L. C. LATIIAM, Member for Soutt: Windward, Member without
Portfolio,
. N. 'O0. JACOBS, Acting Attorney General,
E. T. JOSnUA, MIcmber for Central Windward, Leader of the
Opposition Party,
.. Mrs. I. I. JOSHUA, Member for North lVindward,
R.. F. MARKSMAN, Member for West St. George,
1 1. II. K. TANNI, Member for Kin gstown,
,, J. A. FERDINAND, Nominated MAmber.

ABSENT:
The Honourable E. A. C. IlUGHES, Nominatd Member.

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

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES:
Minutes of the Sitting held on 30th June, 19.37 copies of which had been
previously circulated were taken as read and were confirmed..

ORAL ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS

1. Hon. Mrs. I. I. Joshua (North Windward) asked the Chief Minister and
Minister of Finance how much money as a result of the operation of the
deep water harbour was paid into general revenue of the colony of St.
Vincent from the inception of its operation to the 29th June, 1967..



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The Chief Minister and Minister of Finance replied:
The Revenue collected from the operation of the Deep Water Harbour from
its inception 7th September 1964 to 29th June 1967 was $541,906.78
made up as follows:-
Harbour dues ...... ...... ...... ... $ 56,271.44
Tonnage dues ...... ...... ...... ...... 117,686.78
M ooring Gang ...... ...... ...... ...... 20,734.55
Cargo Handling ...... ...... ...... ...... 194,360.55
Excess Storage ...... ...... ...... ...... 10,416.73
W harf dues ............ ...... ...... 140,016.26
Fresh W ater ...... ...... .... ...... 1,180.47
H ire of Crane ...... ...... ...... ...... 1,240.00

$541,906.78

For the same period, the a iount paid to Messrs. Cargo Contractors for
cargo handling and excess storage fees was -I,..2;,i.-7.44 and made up as
follows:-
Cargo Handling ...... ...... ........ $453,270.71
Excess Storage ...... ...... ...... ...... 10,416.73

$463,687.44


2. Hon. R... F. Marksman (West St. George) asked the Minister for Com-
munications and Works whether it is now the policy of the Government to
exclude from the monthly maintenance of roads 'the districts of St. George
West, Central and North Windward.

The Minister for Communications and Works replied:
The answer is in the negative. An equitable policy of making monthly
allocations for road maintenance has now been instituted and allocations
for St. George West, Central Windward and North Windward have been
made for the months of June and July of the current year..

3. Hon. R. F. Marksman (West St. George) asked the Minister for Com-
munications and Works whether road construction and repairs to roads
which began in the agricultural district of St.. George West, Central
Windward and North Windward are now abandoned under the present
Government; and if the answer is in the affirmative will he please state
the agricultural areas in which roads are now being constructed and
repaired under the Road Programme.
The Minister for Communications and Works replied:
The answer is in the negative,













4. Hon. R. F. Marksman (West St. George) asked the Minister f6r Com-
munications and Works whether the policy of the Public Works Depart-
ment is now to dismiss all workers who did not support or subscribe to the
policies of the Labour Party and the polities thereof; and could he account
for the abnormally large numbers of workers who are being laid off or
dismissed from the P.W.D..?
The Minister for Communications and Works replied:
The answer is in the negative. The present Government is aware that, for
the past years, many unemployed workers have experienced great difficulty
in obtaining employment with the Public Works Department. The present
policy therefore is that as many unemployed persons as possible should be
given employment, and to effett this, it is proposed to introduce a system
whereby workers are rotated.
I am not aware that abnormally large numbers of workers are being laid
off or .dismissed.
5. Hon. E. T. Joshua (Central Windward) to ask the Minister for Com-
munications and Works to furnish a statement of all sums expended for
the maintenance and repairs of roads between the years 1965 1966 in
respect of the area known as East St. George; and to state how many
miles of road were oiled in the said area during the period 1st January,
1965 to 31st December, 1966..
The Minister for Communications and Works replied:
The information sought is as follows:-
Sums expended in 1965 for road maintenance
in East St. George ...... ...... ...... $24,500.00
Sums expended in 1966 for road maintenance
in East St. George ...... ...... ...... $28,122.50
No. of miles of road oiled on East St.
George for the period 1. 1. '65 to
31. 12. '66 ...... ...... ...... ...... 11/ m iles.
The bulk of this expenditure was made on the Victoria Village Road and
the Choppins Road for reasons well known to the Honourable Member.

6. Hon.. E. T. Joshua (Central Windward) asked the Minister for Com-
munications and Works whether it is now the policy of the present Gov-
ernment to discontinue the long standing practice of payment of a gratuity
and/or pension to workers or people in the public service, to wit: the Pub-
lic Works Department, who have done long and meritorious service to the
Department and to the Government of St. Vincent.
The Minister for Communications and Works replied:
The answer is in the negative. This Government will ensure that ex gratia
payments are made to all workers who qualify for such payments,














SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTION:
The Honourable Member for Central Windward asked:
Could the Minister account for the fact that workers of over 26 years'
service are being laid off at the Public Works Department.
The Minister replied: I am not aware that workers of over 26 years'
service are being' laid off at the Public Works Department.
7. Hon. E. T. Joshua (Central Windward) asked the Minister for Trade,
Production, Labour and Tourism what is the present policy of Government
towards the Land Settlement Estates, and whether it is correct that the
lands are now to be handed over to a new colonial Power (C.D.C.) and
that certain members of the Land Settlement Board have privately joined
in a company or private partnership.
The Minister for Trade, Production, Labour and Tourism replied:
Government's policy is to promote the maximum efficient use of land in
the best interests of the people of Saint Vincent. Regarding the Land
Settlement estates, a new Board has been appointed and this will be
announced shortly.
STATEMENT BY MINISTER:
The Minister for Trade, Production, Labour and Tourism read the follow-
ing written Statement:
The following statement is made by the Caribbean Commonwealth coun-
tries.. The British Government has, of course, been consulted in regard to
expressions of view attributed 1o it.
As is known, the U.K. has applied for membership in the European Com-
mon Market. If the United Kingdom joins the Common Market this will have
far-reaching implications for the Commonwealth Caribbean in view of their
close trade and other ties with Britain.. At the invitation of the British Gov--
ernment these implications were discussed in London with Ministers of Com-
monwealth Caribbean countries.
2. The countries of the Commonwealth Caribbean have limited resources
and depend heavily on the U.K. market for their small range of export pro-
ducts. It was therefore impressed on Britain that prior to Britain's entry
into the Common Market adequate provisions should be made for taking care
of our products, either in Britain or in the enlarged Community.
3. The expression taking care of our products has been used because it
must be recognized that a number of these which are vital to our economy are
non-competitive on the world market. This fact is neither due to inefficiency
nor lack of effort, but to topography and limited land areas facts over
which we have no control but which deny us the benefits of economies of scale.
4. The particular products to which reference is made are sugar, bananas
and citrus.. Over the years Britain has made special provision for the market-
ing of these products in the U.K. It has not however been a one-sided arrange-
ment as our trade figures with Britain are able to show.













5. The entry of a metropolitan country into the E.E.C. means the end of
previous preferential tariffs, subject only to such transitional arrangements
which the metropolitan country is able to arrange with other members of the
Community. Recognising the need for an alternative, particularly in the case
of developing countries with special relations with that metropolitan country,
provision was made by the E.E.C. for the system- of association with the Com-
munity.

6. The main problem of the whole Commonwealth Caribbean is, however,
that in the case of sugar, bananas and possibly citrus, association by itself
would not ensure adequate protection. In view of the vital nature of these
export products within our economies and their deep social implications, for
indeed they are by far the largest providers of employment, our first task was
to see how they could be taken care of to provide at least, no less return than
they are now doing.

7. Detailed discussions took place on a product-by-product basis with
particular reference to those products which are traded under special arrange-
ment. The British Government acknowledged that the Caribbean Common-
wealth represents a very real and particular case and that although the precise
form which our future protection would take could not at this stage be deter-
mined, it could be assured that Britain would do everything in its power to
safeguard our essential interests, recognizing fully the peculiar needs of the
Commonwealth Caribbean.. The British Government further promised to re-
main in close consultation with us in the course of their negotiations.

8. The Commonwealth Caribbean asked for assurances that access to the
London capital market would not be impaired and that the flow of aid would
not be impaired and that the flow of aid would not be diminished as a result
of British entry into the E.E.C- Britain agreed that the level of aid would not
be diminished because of Britain's entry into the E.E.C.. The assurance was
given that the E.E.C's policy on capital movements was liberal and that
Britain's expectation was that in an enlarged E.E.C., sterling area countries
would keep that right of access to the British capital market on the same terms
as other members of the E.E.C..

9. As regards migration, we have strongly urged the importance in
Britain's negotiations with the Common Market of ensuring that our citizens
will be enabled to continue entering Britain for employment at least to the
extent that is now possible. We have been assured that this is fully recognized.

MOTION-BUSINESS OF THE COUNCIL:

The Honourable Chief Minister moved that the Bill listed as order number
7 be taken through all its stages at this meeting. (S.O. 46, para. 2).
Question put and agreed to.













ORDERS OF THE DAY

1. The Kingstown General Hospital (Substitution of Title) Bill was intro-
duced and read a first time.

2. The Interpretation (Amendment) Bill was introduced and read a first
time.

3.. The Public Order (Amendment) Bill was introduced and read a first
time.

4. The Investments in St. Vincent Government Securities (Amendment)
Bill was introduced and read a first time..

5. The Meta de Cotcau (Special Gratuity and Pension) Bill was intro-
duced and read a first time.

6. The Telephones (Interim) Bill was introduced and read a first time.

7.. The Local Government (Amendment) Bill was introduced and read
a second time.

The Honourable Chief Minister moved that the Bill be now read a second
time.

Question put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

The Honourable E. T. Joshua debated the Bill.

The Honourable Chief Minister replied.

Council went into committee to consider the Bill..

Council resumed.

Bill reported, read the third time by Title and passed without amendment.

8.. The Honourable Chief Minister rose in his place and informed Mr.
Speaker and the Council that as Government has certain pressing matters to
consider within the next 48 hours he proposed to ask that the resolution listed
as order number 8 be postponed until the next meeting. He then formally
moved that the resolution be accordingly postponed.

Question put and agreed to.













The following resolution standing in the name of the member for Central
Windward was accordingly postponed:
The Honourable Member for Central Windward to move:
WHEREAS the Government Land Settlement and Development Estates
were acquired by ordinance about the year 1945 by the then Government
of the day led by George A. McIntosh for the development of Saint Vincent
and the people of the Leeward coast in particular..
AND WHEREAS the estates were purchased on a debenture stock system
supported by the Colonial Office until such time as they were redeemed by
the people of Saint Vincent by the working of the said estates.
AND WHEREAS over the past 22 years the name Land Settlement re-
mained a misnomer and the working of the estates were mainly conducted
in prejudice of the former intention towards the people.
AND WVHEREAS it is understood that active steps are now being taken
to hand over the lands of the estates to Colonial Development Corporation
at this stage of this Territory's constitutional change to perpetuate colonial-
ism and to keep the people for whom development was intended currently
in colonial domination so that estate plantation rule be passed from one
set of colonial masters to another.
AND WHEREAS it was only within recent times that opportunity afford-
ed Government to amend the Ordinance so that the Minister of Lands could
be able to have a say in the final destiny in the said Land Settlement
Estates and to see that the people get some recompense for a venture in-
tended for St. Vincent and its development.
BE IT RESOLVED that Government dispose of parts of the Richmond
estates to the people of the area for development of crops enunciated in
the Throne Speech and Budget Speech reciting Government's policy and
because of' the Agricultural Co-operative Bank to be set up adequate funds
would be at their disposal to assist the said people in earning a living and
to take part in the development of their own country.
BE IT STILL FURTHER RESOLVED that lands for a housing scheme as
wa's intended over the years be established at Richmond to house the people
of the area.
ADJOURNMENT:
Motion made and Question proposed that this Council do now adjourn.
Question put and agreed to..
Council adjourned accordingly at 11.30 am.
C. ST.. C. DACON,
Speaker.
Confirmed this 17th day of August, 1967.
C. ST. C. DACON,
Speaker.




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