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    Document: A proclamation calling in all Gold, Silver, Mixed Metal, Cupro-Kickel and Bronze Coins of the United Kingdom from Certain Territories in the East Carribean
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GOVERNMENT


1u11itUslub bli Authnritll.


VOL. 100.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 NOVEMBER, 1967. [No. 69.


GOVERNMENT NoticeE'.


No. 249
TENDERS FOR GOVERNMENT
SERVICES.

Scaled Tenders will be received until
3.00 p.m. on Thursday, 30th November,
19i7. for the supply to Government for
the period 1st January to 31st Decem-
ber, 1968. of such quantities of the
undermentioned articles as may daily
or otherwise be required:
(a) For the use of the PRISON
DEPARTMENT-


Breadfruit
Plantains.
Potatoes (Sweet)
Talnias
Yamsn,
Processed local Cocoa
Kallaloo
Flour (Enriched)


per lb
. 100 1)
,, 100 1i3
100ftb
,, 100 lb
1, lb
,, lb
,, tb


(b) For the us'e of any GOVERNMENT
DEPARTMENT-
Beef, fresh without
bone .. per pound
Beef. fresh with bone per pound
Soup bone .. per pound
Processed Local Cocoa per pound
(asolene .. per gallon
Kerosene .. per gallon
Diesel Oil .. per gallon
Tenders are to be addressed to the
Chairman, Tenders Board, Ministry of
Finance, and distinctly marked on the
envelope (a) "Tenders for Supplies to


Prisons"" or (b) "Tenders for Supplies
to Government Departments". Printed
forms will be issued on application at
the Ministry of Finance.
Tenders for the supply of flour should
give the analysis of the flour which
should meet the requirements of:


Mlaximnum Ash
21oinoolroteiii
Ejoocl Iu Stol 'dard


Riboglanic


14%
529%
12%


Min. Max.
2.0 2.5
milligrams for each lb flour
1.2 1.5
iilli'rams for each lb flour


Niacin 16.0 20.00
Iron 13.0 16.5
Calcium
Carbonate 500 600
Any delivery charge should be stated
on the Tender separate from the actual
price of the commodity.
The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender, and
reserves the power of accepting any
part of a tender.
Nothing in any contract which may
he entered into will be considered as
affecting the right of the Government
t1) import at anv time any articles it
may require not withstanding such sup-
ply is contracted for locally.
The attention of parties tendering is
particularly directed to the "conditions
of contract" inserted at the end of this
notice which will be binding on them.













438 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 NOVEMBER, 1967.-(No. 69.)


CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT.
1. The contract to be from 1st
January, to 31st December, 1968.
2. The Contractor undertakes to de-
liver at his own expense into the Stores
of Institutions the articles placed oppo-
site his name at the price stated, on
such days, at such times, and in such
quantities as may be stated on the re-
quisition of the Head of the Depart-
ment or Officer in Charge.
3. Every article supplied must be of
a sound, good quality, and no article
is to be substituted for the one requisi-
tioned for without the consent of the
requisitioning officer first being obtained.
4. Any articles considered by the
Head ofl Department or Officer in
Charge to be of inferior quality may be
rejected by him, and shall be immedi-
ately removed and replaced by the Con-
tractor at his own expense without any
;illovance being made to him for such
articles.
5. If the rejected articles are not
removed within 9 hours from the time
totice shall have been given to the
Contractor, they will be returned to,
and at the expense of the Contractor;
provided that if the Contractor gives
such explanations as may be satisfac-
tory to the Administrator, the expense
of such return shall not be charged.
6. Should the Contractor neglect or
refuse to replace rejected articles con-
tracted for at the time stated in the
requisition, the Head of Department
or Officer in Charge, shall be at liberty
to purchase the said articles from other
persons; and the difference between the
price paid for such articles and the
contract price shall be deducted from
the next payment made to the Contrac-
tor.
7. The Head of Department or Offi-
cer in Charge may, if he should deem
it necessary, purchase articles of perish-
able food such as bread, meat. etc., at
once to replace rejected articles.
8. All fresh meat contracted for
must be slaughtered in the Slaughter-
house in Kingstown.
9. If the Contractor should persist
in such irregularities as stated in para-
graph 6, the Administrator shall have
the power to terminate the contract im-
mediately or at such time as may ap-
pear to him proper and convenient.
10. The Contract may be termin-
ated at any time by one month's notice
being given either by the Contractor to
the Administrator or by the Adminis-
trator to the Contractor.
Ministry of Finance,
7th November, 1967.
(M.P. 252.)


No. 250.
TENDERS FOR SUPPLY OF FOOD YEAST
BIscUITS.

Tl0e](lrts are hereby invited and will
be received up to 3.00 p.m. on Thursday,
71! D)ccn)mber. 1967 for the supply of
Food Yeast Biscuits to the Education
Department during the year 1968.
The estimated requirements have been
placed at 1,350 tins per annum and the
supplier must guarantee to supply 450
tins at the beginning of each term and
to deliver same in good condition at
Primary Schools on the mainland and
Grenadines as directed by the Education
Officer.
Any delivery charge should be stated
in the Tender separate from the actual
p:' i, i' Ite 'conll odity.
Tenders are to be addressed to the
Chairman. Tenders Board, Ministry of
Finance and the envelope sealed and
inarkoed "Tenders for the supply of
Food Yoast Biscuits".
Goverrumenit does not bind itself to
aceep1 tile lowest or any tender.
Ministry of Finance.
7th November, 1967.
(M.F. a:32.)

No. 251.
TENDERS FOR THE RE-CAPPING OF
MOTOR VEHICLE TYRES.

Tenders are invited for the re-capping
of Motor Vehicle Tyres for the use of
the Governmeit of St. Vincent for the
year 1968.
2. The Tyres to be recapped will be
of the sizes 600 x 16, 640 x 15, 700 x 20,
71) x 16, 750 x 20, 825 x 20 and
9(0 x 16 and the charges for re-capping
eahli size of tyre must be stated in the
Tender.
3. Tenders, which will be received
1up to 3.10 p.m. on Thursday, 7th
I)e.ember. 1967, must be sealed and
atlhdresse, io th the Chairman of the Ten-
ders Board, Ministry of Finance,
Kingstownt, and distinctly marked on
li,' envelope, "Tenders for re-eapping
of Motor Vehicle Tyres".
4. Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
Ministry of Finance.
7th November, 1967.
(M.F. 746.)

No. 252.
TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF UNIFORMS
IOR GOVERNMENT MESSENGERS.

Tenders are invited for supplying and
making khaki uniforms for Government













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 NOVEMBER, 1967.-(No. 69.)


M,,-sengers. Customs Guards, Preven-
tive Guards, Port Guards and Signal
Men for the period l"t January to 31st
December. 1968.
2. Tie Khaki used must be of the
same shiade and texture for each uni-
f :-]i. anid sm11')Iles should. be submitted
with the tender.
:3. 1lnifornms consist of long trousers
0!in short sleev,'d shirts with two flapl
,,'aets and shoulder straps, and the rn-
ireIleIts : are:--


2Guards'''


:?T'niii orI. ea('chl

:3Uoiiforlos ('eah


-4 Port Gualrds 3 Uniformlls each
3 Signal Men 3 Uniforims each
4. T'inders, which will be received upl
':3 p.m. on Thursday, 7th December,
1(T,7. must be sealed and addressed to
ii, <' in.in of the Tenders Board,
Ministry of Finance, Kingstown, and
distinctly marked on the envelope,
"Teniders for the supply of Uniforms
I'O Government Messengers".
5. The Government does not bind it-
s,!f to accept the lowest or any tender.
i7,niQtry of Finance,
7th November, 1967.
(M.F. 14.)


No. 254.
APPOINTMENTS.

Ilis llonour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the appointment
ol th), following persons as Senior
Executive Officers in the Government
Service, with effect from the dates
stated hereunder:-
-Mr. W. V. YORKE, Cu-toms and Excise
Department, with effect from 26th
iJanuary, 1967.
Mr. IT. L. MARTINDALE, Chief Minis-
ter's officee with effect from 5th
June. 1967.
7th Noveiiimler. 1967.
(P.Fs. ':S2, .589.

No. 255.
Li~uRARY COMMITTEE.

Under the provisions of Section 6 of
the Public Library Ordinance 1950, the
undermentioned persons have been ap-
pointed members of the Library Com-
ii ittee for the two-year period ending
.31st Deemllber, 19 ;:
Dr. A. C. K. AN'i':Ous (Chairman)
Si.. Fr. B. WVOODROFFE
Miss M. T. BYRox
1I;'. A IPrH.EIS KING
)I'. S. N. BALLANTYNE.


7thi Novemniber, 1967.
No. 253. (S.S. 227.)


MOTOR C A\R SERVlI:.

S,\:l1Od Tenders are invited for the
,rovisioi of motor car service for the
conveyance of public officers during
19(i68.
The Tenders submitted should contain
particulars of the charges proposed to
m'e made for waiting. Rates submitted
should not exceed those contained in
Statutory Rules and Orders No. 13 of
1952.
The contract will be terminated by
one month's notice on either side, and
the person to whom the contract is
awarded will be required to enter into
a bond with Government for the satis-
factory performance of the contract.
Tenders close at 3.00 p.m. on Thurs-
day, 7th December, 1967 and should be
addressed to the Chairman, Tenders
Boar'd. Ministry of Finance, Kingstown,
aid distinctly marked on the envelope
"Tenders for Motor Car Service".
Government does not bind itself to
;e rpt the lowest or any tender.
Ministry of Finance.
7th November, 1967.
(M.F. 260.)


No. 256.
11is Hoinom- the Admhinistrator has
becii pleased to approve the appointment
of Mr. GARNET EDWARDS to the post of
Maintenance Officer, Office Equipment,
Est:hlishmenlut officee with effect from
2511h September, 1967.
71h November, 1967.
(P.'. 1071.)

No. 257.
VACATION LEAVE.

Mir. E. R. i xANNAwAY, District Officer,
Southern Grenadines, has been granted
240 days vacation leave with effect from
1sI October, 1967.
7th November, 1967.
(P.F. 359.)

No. 258.
LEGISLATION.

The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
A Proclamation calling in all Gold,
Silver, Mixed Metal, Cupro-Nickel
and Bronze Coins of the United













440 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 NOVEMBER, 1967.-(No. 69.)


Kingdom from Certain Territories
in the East Caribbean.

S.R. & 0. No. 40.-The Labour Com-
missionler ( Collection of Statistics)
Order. 1967.
7th November. 1917.

No. 259.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE

Copies of the Minutes of the Seventh
Sitting of the First Session of Ihe Legis-
lative Council held on the 21st Septem-
bher, 1967, which may l)e seen at Govern-
m(tent Office, the K ingstown Library and
a!l Revenue Offices' are published with
this issue of the Gazette.
7tli November, 1967.


No. 235.
REMEMBRANCE DAY.


It is notified for general information
that Remembrance Day will be com-
memorated on Sunday, 12th November,
1967.
24th October, 1967.
(G.II. 0:.

No. 236.
PROGRAMME FOR
REMEMBRANCE DAY

SUNDAY, 13TH NOVEMBER, 1967.

The official comnmemnoration of Re-
membrance Day will take place at the
War Memorial, Market Square, Kings-
town, beginning at 10.45 a.m.
The form of the ceremony will be as
follows:-
1. Arrival of His Honour the Admin-
istrator at 10.57 a.m.
2. At 11.00 a.m. a gun will be fired
from Police Headquarters to indi-
,t i-e the comncniement of the two
minutes silence, and another gun
at 11.02 a.m. to denote the termin-
ation of the silence.
3. The Last Post.
4. Hymn: "0 God Our Help In
Ages Past".
5. Prayers.
6. Laying of Wreaths.
7. "Reveille".
8. National Anthem.
9. His Honour the Administrator
leaves.
All Ex-service men should wear their
medals.
Medals held by relatives of deceased
men may be worn by such relatives on
the right breast.


For the purpose of the Ceremony and
the silence to be observed at the War
Memorial, time will be taken by the
Cathedral clock.
All persons are requested to observe
the two minutes silence at 11.00 a.m.
and all vehicular traffic and normal acti-
vities should be suspended during the
jiCiL'C.
24th October, 1967.


N .. 24'.
B-..NK HOLIDAY.

i-y virtue of a Proclamation issued
with the Gazette of 17th October 1967
(S.R. & 0. 1967, No. 38), Monday the
13th day of November, 1967, being a
l;.:': I.,i 'a-., all Public Offices will be
! .eid .:i tla h ay.
24th October, 1967.

fLy Command,

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Establishment Officer.
G(O\ERNM I:Nr T OFF'E (E
7th November, 1967.


DEPARTMENT TAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

REGISTRATION AND CONTROL
OF NEWSPAPER.

1. It is enacted by Ordinance 22 of
1935 that
"No person shall print or publish
or cause to be printed or published
any Newspaper unless there has been
filed nwith and registered at the office
of the Registrar a statutory declara-
tion . "
2. That the statutory declaration
shall 1,, made and signed by every per-
son, (:- publisher of the newspaper to
which i relates and shall set forth:-
(a) The correct title or name of the
newspaper.
(b) Tihe true description of the house
or building wherein the news-
paper is intended to be printed
and also of the house or building
wherein it is intended to be pub-
lished, and
(c) The true names and places of
abode of every person who is in-
tended to be proprietor, printer
of the newspaper.
3. "Newspaper" includes every pa-
per or pamphlet containing any public
news, intelligence or report of any oc-
currence or any remarks or observations












SAINT VI NCENT, TUESDAY, 7 NOVEMBER, 1967.-(No. 69.) 441


thereon or upon any political matter,
published for sale, distribution or other
purpose in parts' or numbers at inter-
vals not exceeding one hundred (100)
days, but does not include the Govern-
ment Gazette or any paper report mat-
ter or thing printed by the Government
Printer or published by Government
authority or programmes, notices or
printed matter containing only or prin-
cipally bona fide advertisements.
4. All persons therefore who are now
printing or publishing Newspapers or
who intend to print or to publish news-
papers are enjoined to pay special at-
tention to the above mentioned Ordin-
ance and to act upon it as the penalty
for printing, publishing, selling or dis-
tributing newspaper in contravention of
the Ordinance is a fine not exceeding
ninety-six dollars ($96.00).

A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar.
23rd October, 1967.


SAINT VTNC'ENT.

TREASURY NOTICE.

INTI NiN) REVENUE DEPARTMENT.

It is hereby notified for general
information that Land and House Tax
in res'iect of the current year will be
received at the Land and House Tax
Office, Kingstown, and at the District
Revenue Offices at Georgetown, Barrou-
allie. Bequia and Union Island during
the period 1st November to 31st Decem-
ber, 1967. and at Sandy Bay, Colonarie,
1iiahon. Mesopotamia, Layou and Cha-
teaubelair on the dates listed here-
under :--

SANDY BaYv-
On Friday 17th November and 15th
December.

COLON.AIr--
On Thursday 2nd. 9th, 16th, 23rd
November and 7th. 14th. 21st and
28th December.

MLE.:OPOTAMIA-
On Friday 3rd, 10th. 24th Novem-
ber and 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd
December.

BtIBOTT-
On Thursday 5th. 12th and 19th
Depoo'ber.

LAYOU-
On Thursday 2nd, Monday 13th
Thursday 23rd November and
Thursday 7th, Monday 11th and
Thursday 28th December.


CIIATEAUBELAIR-
Friday 3rd, 10th, Tuesday 14th,
Friday 17th. 24th November and
Friday 1st, 8th Tuesday 12th and
Friday 15th, 22nd and 29th Decem-
ber.

A. J. DaSILVA,
Acting Accountant General.

Theasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
Saint Vincent,
4th October, 1967.


IN THE WEST INDIES
ASSOCIATED STATES
SUPREME COURT

IN THE HIGH COURT
ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT


SirIT No. 15/63
BETWEEN:
COREA & COMPANY
LIMITED
AND
EARL LINDSAY


-Plaintiff


-Defendant


It is hereby notified for general infor-
mnation that the undermentioned chat-
tels, the property of the above named
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 the 18th day of
November, 1967.
That is to say:
1 Hillman Motor Car
Registration No. P. 1508.

A. T. WOODS,
Ag. Registrar, Supreme Court.
24th October, 1967.

NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that the sit-
ti igs of the Court for the Revision of
the Jury List for 1968 will now take
fla'ie in District I as follows:-
Chateaubelair 8.11.67 at 10.00 a.m.
Blarrouallie 9.11.(;7 at 10.00 a.m.
Kjin1stown 10.11.67 at 2.00 p.m.


Layou


11.11.67 at 9.00 a.m.

C. E. A. RAWLE,
Chairman,
Court for Revision
of the Jury List.











442 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 NOVEMBER, 1967.-(No. 69.),


POST OFFICE NOTICE.

POST EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS 1967.

The latest dates for posting to ensure delivery to destination before.
Christmas Day are as follows:-


DESTINATION


GREAT BRITAIN


EU ROPE

UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA

CANADA

GUYANA

GRENADA

TRINTDAD & TOBAGO

JAMAICA


BY SURFACE


Letters & Prints


MAIL BY AIR MAIL

Parcels Letters, Prints
& Parcels


25th November !25th November


. 18th November


.. 6th November


18th November

7th December

7th December

7th December

30th November


WEST INDIES (OTHER) '30th November


18th November


6th November


14th December

12th December


12th December


18th November 12th December

7th December 115th December

7th December 15th December

7th December 15th December

2nd December 15th December

2nd December 15th December


INLAND (INCLUDING
GRENADINES)


.. 17th December


S16th December


Supplementary despatches will be made if suitable opportunities offer.

M. M. SCOTT,
Acting Postmaster.
General Post Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
14th October, 1967.


ELECTION NOTICES.

BEQUiA DISTRICT COUNCIL.

Notice is hj reby given that in ac-
cordance with S.R. & 0. No. 48 of 1957
ol tih Bequia District Council (Elee-
tion of Members) Bye-Laws, the four
Presiding Ofhicfi.i will be in attendance
at their respective Polling Stations in
the four Wards of the island of Bequia
on Monday 27th November, 1967, from
](0.0( a.min. to 2.00 p.m. to receive Noim-
inations for the Election of four
Members to serve on Bequia District
Council for the term commencing 1st
January, 1968 and ending 31st Decem-
ber, 1969.
(2) The retiring Members, Messrs
Reuben Lewis, Ward 1, Claude Peters,
Ward 2. Guthrie Forde, Ward 3, and
Walter Bynoe, Ward 4, are eligible for
re-election.


(3) bh Mold a Poll be required it will
be teakeii at the four Polling Stations
in the Wards on Monday 4th December,
1967 Jrom 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon and
from 1.0) p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
(4) The location of Polling Stations
in the various Wards and the Presid-
ing Offieeis are as follows:-

Ward 1. Town Hall, Port Elizabeth,
Mr. Claude Leach
Ward 2. Mr. Alfred Tannis' Resi-
dence, Hamilton, Miss Enid Jarvis
Ward 3. Mr. Rudolph Phillips' resi-
dence, Belmont, Mrs. Adeline
Wallace
Ward 4. Post Office Building, Paget
Farm, Mr. Claude Hazell, J.P.

S. A. SIMMONS.
Clerk and Returning Officer.
5th November, 1967.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 NOVEMBER, 1967.-(No. 69.)


MARRIAQUA VILLAGE COUNCIL.

Notice is hereby given that in accord-
anie with Section 30 of S.R. & 0. No. 18
of' 1951 (the Marriaqna By-Laws), the
Clerk of tho Marriaqua Village Council
will be in attendance at the Mesopotamia
Police Station on Monday 20th Novem-
ber, 1967, from 8.00 a.m. to 9.00 a.m., to
receive nominations for the elections of
four Members to serve on the Marriaqua
Village Council for the term com-
mencing 1st January, 1968, and ending
31st December, 1969.
2. The retiring Members, Messrs.
A. D. Drayton, Edgar Davis, Arthur
Laborde. and Hon'ble L. C. Latham, are
eligible for re-election.
3. Should a Poll be required, it will
be taken at the Mesopotamia Police Sta-
tion on Monday 4th December, 1967
from 8.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon and from
1.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.
4. The Roll of Electors has been re-
vised and can be seen at the Mesopota-
mia Police Station.

J. Da SILVA,
Clerk & Relurning Officer.
4th November, 1967.


KINGSTOWN TOWN BOARD.


VACANT POST.


Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for the post of Senior
Bailiff, Kingstown Town Board.
Applicants should be resident in the
Town and should be between the ages of
2.5-40 years.
The appointment will be for a proba-
tionary period of six months in the first
instance. The salary of the post is in the
scale $1,536 x 84-$1,872 x 96-$2,160
x 120-$2,640 per annum. A transport
allowance is also payable.
Applications, giving full particulars
of education and experience together
with two recent testimonials should be
addressed to the Warden, to reach him
no later than the 18th November, 1967.


STANLEY


BRANCH,
Warden.


6th November, 1967.


POLICE NOTICE


WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.

It is hereby notified for general information that the inspection of weights
and measures for the year 1967 will commence on Monday 13th November, 1967.
Persons concerned are hereby asked to present their weights and measures
at the stations in their districts on the dates hereunder:-


Chateaubelair
Spring Village
Barrouallie
Layou
Questelles
Kingstown
Calliaqua
Sandy Bay
Georgetown
Colonarie
Biabou
Mesopotamia
Stubbs
Port Elizabeth
Paget Farm
Canouan
Union Island
Mayreau


Monday
Wednesday
Friday
Monday
Wednesday
Monday
Friday
Tuesday
Thursday
Monday
Thursday
Monday
Wedensday
Friday
Monday
Wednesday
Friday
Tuesday


13th
15th
17th
20th
22nd
13th
24th
28th
30th
4th
7th
11th
13th
1st
4th
6th
8th
12th


Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
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- Tuesday
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- Wednesday


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18th Nov.
21st Nov.
23rd Nov.
30th Nov.
25th Nov.
29th Nov.
2nd Dec.
6th Dec.
8th Dec.
12th Dec.
14th Dec.
2nd Dec.
5th Dec.
7th Dec.
11th Dec.
13th Dec.


1967.
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S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.


20th October, 1967.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 NOVEMBER, 1967.-(No. 69.)


CUSTOMS NOTICES,

By authority of Section 28 of Cap. 183 of the Laws of Saint Vincent, the under-
mentioned goods which have been in the Queen's Warehouses and the Baggage Ware-
house for over one year shall be sold at Public Auction on the 13th day of December, 1967
unless they are duly cleared or re-warehoused within one month of the first publication
of this notice.

S. E. JOSHUA,
Collector of Customs & Excise.

Customs House,
Kingstown.


LIST OF GOODS IN QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 1


Name of Ship


Colnsignee


Marks and Nos.


13. 9.66 Adelta A.


Geo. A. Forde


N.W.


10 ctns. Old Oak Rum


LIST OF GOODS IN QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2.


Federal Palm
Federal Maple
Alwood
Federal Palm


Corea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.
J. II. Hazell
Corea & Co. Ltd.


2. 3.66 Mandalay II Hadley Bros.


5. 3.66
16. 2.66
11. 3.66
22. 3.66
18. 3.66
18. 3.66

21. 3.66
23.12.65
19. 4.66


Rosarene
Alwood
Vigilante
Adelta A.
Federal Palm
Karl Gram-
merstorf
Federal Maple
Federal Palm
Ceestport


J. HI. Hazell
J. II. Hazell
C rea & Co. Ltd.
Geo. A. Forde
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.

Corea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Geest Ind. Ltd.


22. 4.66 ,unland W. J. Abbott
3. 5.66 Federal Maple Corea & Co. Ltd.


3. 5.66 Insco Jem


7. 5.66 Defender



29. 3.66 Herdsman


31. 5.66 Brunsdeich

11. 5.66 Unity 0.
14. 6.66 Federal Maple
14. 6.66 Federal Palm


Th emis
Barbados
Pioneer
Geestport


Corea & Co. Ltd.


J. II. IHazell



J. II. Hazell


(eest Ind. Ltd.

Hadley Bros.
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.

Corea & Co. Ltd.
A. C. Hillocks Ags.

Geest Ind. Ltd.


W.J.A.
W.J.A.
G. Gibson
W.J.A.
W.J.A.
W.C.

C.A.T.
Corea & Co.
U.T.L.
Texaco
L.T.
E.W.R.A.

36 Esso
B.B. 7220
Cato Sardine


E. W. Reddock
P.H.V. 6426

P.H.V. 65/871
P.HY. 16
G.A.F. 5659/2
G.A.F. 5659/11
1-10
A.R.C. 1-2

A.R.C. 1-2


E.W.R.A. 1-10 1


B.B. 1-17

Hadley Bros.
Kingstown
D.A.S.
P.H.V. & Co.
F.J.D. 56702
E.B.

L.T.C. 222/225
31
G.P.L.
B.B.


1 ctn.
2 ctns.
8 only
3 ctn.
1 ctn.
10 bags


1 etn.
1 ctn.
1 parcel
1 un-
packed
8 etns.
2 cases


1 steel
drum
1 wd.
case
0 ctns.


17 bales
& bdls
1 ctn.
1 etn.
1 ctn.
I etn.
1 ctn.

4 etns.


single
etn.
etns.
bales
bdls.


Toilet soap
Palmolive soap
Eucrite sheets
Toilet soap
Fab
Muriate of
Potash
Paints
Corned beef
Toys
Merchandise
Canned goods
Sausages
Pet-Lube-Oil
Pineapple juice
AMereliandise
Used Bedford
Van
Confectionery
Un glazed
mosaic tiles
Cutlery
Cocomalt
Toys
Hurricane
Lanterns
Liquid soap

Liquid soap
dispensers
Sweet cigar-
ettes (con-
fectionery)
Tyres & Tubes

Stove Wicks
Pineapple juice
Pineapple juice
Pineapple juice
M.,rehandis,
Limacol and
Patents
Tyres
Flaps
Butter beans
Tubes
Covers


Date
Ware
housed


Quantity
and
Description


Declared
Contents












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 NOVEMBER, 1967.-(No. 69.)


LIST OF GOOC400DS IN QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2.-(Cont'd)


Name of Ship


Marks and Nos.


Federal Palm
Naturalist
Federal Maple
Geestland
Geestbay
Federal Palm
Federal Palm


2!11.65 Brunsland

20. 5.65 Atlantic
Flower
27.11.65 Sunflower
11. 9.65 Sunmont
16. 9.65 Agamemnon

11. 8.65 Sunrise





12. 8.66 Oranjestad

14. 6.66 Atlantic
Comet
9. 9.66 Sunland


4.11.66
23.12.65
24. 8.66
17. 9.66
23. 9.66


Sunfalcon
Federal Palm
Triton
Dearwood
Lady Angela


9. 9.66 G(eestbay

19. 9.66 Altertor

29. 9.66 F ede-' 1 '-.
2'). 8.66 Lady Angela
18. 3.66 Karl Glam-
merstorff
20. 8.66 Lady Angela



29. 9.66 Philosopher
9. 9.66 Benefactor
Benefactor
Benefactor
Benefactor
26. 6.66 -


Corea & Co. Ltd
J. H. Hazell
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Geest Ind. Ltd.
Ceest Ind. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.

Geest Ind. Ltd.

.J. H. Ilazell

WV. J. Abbott
W. .1. Abbott
J. II. HIazell

\. J. Abbott





Corea & Co. Ltd.


W. J. Abbott

W. J. Abbou'
Co, a & Co. Ltd.
Lo-'ea & Co. Ltd.
J. I1. Hazell
Corea & Co. Ltd.

Geest Ind. Ltd.

Geest Ind. Ltd.

Corea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & C(o. Ltd.
Corea & C 1 Ti:1.

Corea & Co. Ltd.



J. H. Hazell
J. H. Hazell


U.S.C. Roseau
E.W.
V.B. & S.
B.l.
T.R.S.S. 2
W..J.A.
N/M
G.A.V.
II.B.
R.P. 1
L.T.Co.
E.D.L. & S.
Esso
P.II.V.
L.T.Co.
PICO
Hazell

N/M

N/M St. Kitts
S.B. St. Kitts
S.V.B.G.A.

Esso


K.E. Antiirua
E. I.C. G'da
G.A.V.S.
S & Co. 6267/21
W.J.A.
C.B.

E.G.J.M.S.C.M. 1

L.T.C. 1-4

Jim Wilson
P.T.
B.B.

Criehton's Drug
Store


Me. D.B.
SIT.H.LS.
W.J.A.
St. Vinrent
E.L. 33001
N/M


ctn.
etns.
bags
.tulls.
etn.
bdl.
loose
loose
case
ease
ctn.
bale
etn.
etn.

etna.


kit
bag
barrel
b1s.
drumsi

etn.

ctn.
etn.

ctn.
roll
ctns.
etn'.

bale

ctns.


roll
case


Shoes
Salami
Skim milk
Biscuits
Merchandise
Toilet soap
Tyre
Tyre
Merchandise
Merchandise
Sugar
C.P. Goods
Merchandise
Vegetable soup
Tuborg beer
Heineken beer
Robin Hood
oats
Clothing

Pi(ckl ed meat
Pickled meat
Fungicide &
Preservative


Sardines
Sardines
Vegetable soup
Cheese
Plastieware
Toilet prep.
Born's Toilet
Water
Cotton &
Rvon Fents
Cordials -
T onie Wine
Tubes (pipes)
Paner
Envelop,'


4 etns. Krusehen Salts


etn.
ctn.
bag
etn.
ctn.
etn.
ctn.
pieces


Pig Powder
Rennies Tablets
Salt
Pineapple juice
Ajax
Corn Flakes
Fry pan
Wallaba poles


Date
Ware
housed


Quanitity
and


Declared
Contents


J. II. Hazel]















SAINT VI NCENT, TUESDAY, 7 NOVEMBER, 1967.-(No. 69.)


BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE.


Conveyance


Consignee


Marks and Kos.


Date
Ware
housed

12. 2.64


No. of Declared
Packages Contents


1 pkg. Machinery

1 pkg. Engine parts

1 pkg. Car parts

1 pkg Car parts

1 case Tractor parts

2 parcels Samples

1 etn. MT.llions

1 pkg. Foodstuff

1 pkg. Car parts

2 pkgs. Anto parts

1 pkg. Gifts
1 s/case Clothing & c.
2 only Tyres
6 etns. Sealing equip-
ment
1 can Super Duty-
SAE 40
1 s/case Sailors Gear

1 bag Sailors Gear

1 parcel Hub-caps
1 trunk Clothing & e.
1 s/case Clothing & c.


Plane John II. Hazell Sons Bottlers (St. Vincent)
& Co. Ltd. 449827
,, John II. Hazell Sons N/M 2276178
& Co.
John H. Hazell Sons United Traders Ltd.
& Co. 448320
John H. Hazell Sons United Traders Ltd.
& Co. (R. Thon) 479118
,, John H. Hazell Sons Peniston Estate
& Co. 491288
John H. Hazell Sons F. J. DeNobriga
& Co. 4386978
-Tohn H. Hlazell Sons 'urnevy Gibson 517997

,, Jo H11. Hazell Sons M.:Connie's Super-
& Co. market 128016
John H. Hazell Sons Barclays Bank-
& Co. Mr. Agard 559435
John TI. Hazell St. Vincent Motors
Sons & Co. 572244
W. B. TIadley
Martina Farrell
M. Ishal/Antigna
Clnb Service Statiorl

Texaco

A. King c/o Booth
Lines
A. King c/o Booth
Lines
N/M
B.VW.I.A. No. 59370
LT-320 BA 37-32-23














SAINT VI NCENT, TUESDAY, 7 NOVEMBER, 1967.-(No. 69.)


It is further notified that the undermentioned Goods which have been in the Queen's
Warehouse and the Baggage Warehouse for over one year and are not worth the duty due
thereon, shall be forfeited in accordance with Section 28 of Cap. 183 of the Laws of St.
Vincent.

S. E. JOSHUA,
Collector of Customs & Excise.

Customs House,
Kingstown.


Date
Ware
housed


LIST OF


Nv,111 of Ship


4.12.63 Suncorona

8. 5.64 Federal Palm
28.10.64 Lady Angela

26. 2.63 AdeltaA


26. 6.63
29. 1.64
9. 6.64


Federal Maple
Alwood
Adelta A


18.11.64 Charis
21.11.64 Sea Drake

25.11.64 Valiente
26.11.64 Sunrell

4.12.64 Benefactor

19.12.64 Diogenes

18.12.64 Brunsland
5. 1.65 Explorer


12. 1.65 Federal Maple
21. 1.65 Federal Maple
26. 1.65 Adonis S

28. 1.65 Linguist
23. 2.65 Federal Maple
3. 2.65 Crusader
17.3 65 Federal Palm
20. 4.65 Philosopher

17. 4.65 Triton
23. 6.65 Lady Angela
9. 7.65 Alwood
27. 7.65 Alwood


8.65
8.65
9.65
9.65
9.65
9.65


Adviser
Federal Maple
Attis'
Flanders M
Sunprincess
Bruno


GOODS IN QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2


Consignee


W. J. Abbott

Corea & Co.
do.

George A. Forde

Corea & Co.
John H. Hazells'
George A. Forde

Corea & Co.
J. H. Hazells

Corea & Co.
W. J. Abbott

J. H. Hazells

Corea & Co.

Geest Industries
J. H. Hazells


Corea & Co.
do.
J. H. Hazells

do.
Corea & Co.
J. H. Hazells
Corea & Co.
J. H. Hazells

Corea & Co.
do.
J. H. Hazells
do.

Corea & Co.
do.
do.
J. H. Hazells
W. J. Abbott
Corea & Co.


Marks and Nos.


F.J.D.N.

B.B.
Dennis Campbell

Medical

Samco
E.W.R.A.
C. Moller

N/M
H.B.C.
W.J.A.
SAMCO
Baynes Bros.

B.O.B.
L.T.C.
J.F.
PICO
E.W.R.A.
McSM
B.B.
L.T.C. 8
H.B. 15/26
B.B.
L.T.Co.
G.P.Co.
F.B. & Co.
B.B.
LOT
BATA
E.B.
MeY
P.H.
C.P. & S
N/MI
B.H.

E. Bonadie
B.C.I.
W.J.A.
Sea View Hotel
MeY
Baynes Bros.


No. of Declared
Packages C'ontknts


2 parcels Ice Cream
Coating
5 cartons Pineapple juice
1 box Mixed
Vegetables
12 cylin-. Oxygen
ders
1 carton Tomato Paste
3 cartons Cigarettes
1 package Advertising
Material
2 bags Manure
1 carton Broom Handles
1 do. Toothbrushes
1 do. Adv. Material
2 cartons Santa Claus
Posters
1 case Adv. Material
2 cartons Merchandise
1 carton Alcolado
1 do. Tin openers
1 package Labels
1 case Adv. Material
1 bag Vacuum Salt
1 case Adv. Material
2 cases Merchandise
I case Pear Nectar
1 do. Adv. Material
1 carton do. do.
5 F'cases Paper Goods
1 carton Orange juice
2 bags Pears
1 carton Adv. Material
1 sack Fine salt
1 carton Dettol
1 do. Price List
1 box Ilford Material
1 carton Adv. Sign
1 do. Phospherine
tablets
1 case Advertisements
1 carton Stout
2 pes. Empty bags
1 carton Stationery
4 bags Milk Powder
1 package Adv. Material














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 NOVEMBER, 1967.-(No. 69.)


LIST OF GOODS IN QUEEN'S


WAREHOUSE NO. 2-(CONTD.)


Date
Ware
housed


21. 3.65
11. 9.65
13. 9.65
13. 9.65
13. 9.65
13. 9.65
2B.10.65
24.11.65
24.11.65
7.12.65
29. 1.66
1. 2.66


Name of Shipi


Crusader
Federal Maple
Sunadale
Geestbay
Sunprincess

Hilda Mithman
Forester
Crusader
Sylvia E. M.
Isis
Federal Palm.


16. 2.66 Alwood
5. 3.66 Rosarene

16. 4.66 Sunflower
19. 4.66 Travelgan


22.4.66
28. 6.66
18. 3.66

24. 8.66
30. 9.66
29. 9.66
8.10.66
22. 4.64
28. 5.65
13. 9.65
10. 9.65
13. 9.65
19.10.65
11.11.65
18.11.65


Sunclipper
Themis
Karl
Gram rstorf
Triton
Geestport
Federal Palm
Chrion
Federal Palm
Lady Angela
Sunprincess
Bruno

Forester
Dalbek
Ruth Ann


1.12.65 Atlantic Pearl

15.12.65 Jan Ten
Doornkeat
26. 1.66 Flanders M
5. 2.66 Belqueen
28. 1.66 Federal Maple
22.4.66 Federal Palm
25. 4.66 Viajero

13. 5.66 Federal Palm

8. 6.66 Adonis S
13. 6.66 Jason
18. 6.66 Valiente
24. 8.66 Federal Maple
9. 9.66 Federal Palm
10. 2.67 Sun Falcon


Con'signlee


J. H. Hazells
Corea & Co.
W. J. Abbott
Geest Industries
W. J. Abbott

J. H. Hazells
J. H. Hazells
do.
A. C. Hillocks
Corea & Co.
do.


J. II. Ilazells
do.

W. J. Abbott
J. H. Hazells

W. J. Abbott
Corea & Co.
do.

J. II. Hazells
Geest Industries
Corea & Co.
do.
Corea & Co.
do.
W. J. Abbott
Corea & Co.

J. H. Hazells
Corea & Co.
J. H. Hazells

do.

Corea & Co.

J. H. Hazell
do.
Corea & Co.
do.
do.

do.

J. H. Hazells
Corea & Co.
do.
do.
do.
W. J. Abbott


Marks and Nos.


P. H. V. & Co.
S.V.M.
P.T.
B.C.I.L.
N/M
J.H.H.
O.D.E.F.
E.W.R.A.
J. H. Hazell
St. V. Motors
PET
St. V.B.G.A.
R. Huggins

S.C.F.
I. Davies

Hazell
K.A.G.
N/M
Roland Roberts
MSM
B.W.C. 2180

E.W.R.
A. R. Connell
Jim Wilson
G. Veira
P.H.V. 9175
Eureka
E.W.
L.T.C.
Crichton's
P.H.V.
E.W.R.A.
Sanitary Laundry

O.P.W.

E.W.R.

W.J.A.
Royal
P.H.V.
W.J.A.
Adams Bros.
E.D.L.
MeY

Arrt. Assn.
Pansy
Cato Sardine Co.
E.D.L.
P.H.V.
NM


No. of Declared
Packages Contents


1 carton Malt
1 package Stationery
1 sack Sardines
1 parcel Labels
1 carton Canberry
1 carton Salt Nuts
1 case Adv. Matter
1 do. Merchandise
1 package Stationery
2 cases Merchandise
1 box Diaries
1 case Printed Matter
1 pkg. Personal
Effects
7 cartons Biscuits
1 case Household
Effects
1 bag Salt
1 carton Guinness Stout
1 do. Chocolate
1 box Used Clothing
1 carton Chicklets
1 case Adv. Material


1 carton
1 do.
1 do.
1 bag
1 carton
1 do.
1 bag
15 bales
1 case
2 lengths
30 bdls.
14 rolls

2 cartons
1 carton
30 bdls.

152 tins
1 carton
1 do.
1 do.
6 cartons
1 bdl.
2 cases

2 bdls.
1 carton
1 box
1 carton
1 do.
1 do.


Adv. Matter
Oil Samples
Merchandise
Pigeon peas
Merchandise
do.
Poultry Feed
Flour
Adverts.
Soil Pipes
Smoked herring
Laundry
Equipment
Merchandise
do.
Smoked herring

Biscuits
Merchandise
Porcelain Ware
Toilet Prep.
Adv. Material
Toilet Prep.
Canned and
bottled goods
MT cartons
Cleaner
Bread Slicing
Shoes
Pineapple Juice
Golden
Cornmeal











SAINT VI NCENT, TUESDAY, 7 NOVEMBER, 1967.--(No. (69.)


BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE


Conisigneoe


Marks


Nos. No. o a Declared
P:, ckel:' ,;(' Con outl s


10. 6.64 Plane

13.10.64
24.10.64

4.11.64

20.11.64 ,,

22.11.64 ,,

1.12.64

9.12.64 ,,
16.12.64 ,,
23.12.64 ,,
29.12.64 ,,
9. 1.65 ,,

3. 2.65 ,,
6. 2.65 ,,

21. 2.65 ,

12. 3.65 ,,
20. 3.65 ,,
17. 4.65 ,,

21. 4.65
21. 4.65








7. 5.65 ,,
30. 7.65 ,,
18. 8.65 ,,


7. 9.65 ..


John H. Hazell, Val-U Elec. Services 388506
Sons & Co.
S M. Y. Khan 428723
St. Vincent Shipping
Co. 439963
David Dear 441976

-t. Vincent Mamu.
Co. 275482
Edgar Reddock
Agencies 5608974
,, Mr. Robinson
(Lyric Trading) 406012
,, M. D. Tucker 3507359
M. D. Tucker 1003365
,, M. D. Tucker 3507381
Bal a Maharaili 442203
,, Johln H. Hazell
& Sons 395557
M. D. Tucker 3507465
S Supt. of Public
Works 3361932
S,, .M.O. (St. Lucia) 449983
,, .D. Tucker 456498
S. 0. Jack 468792
Mack D. Tucker 468259
Edgar W. Reddock
Agencies 456715
B.W.I.A. 473211
R. Russell 338103
,, F. E. Williams 414802
,, Ageniits B.W.I.A. 337913
,, Agents B.W.I.A. 3223258
B,, .W.I.A. 1991372
,, St. Vincent
Shipping Co. 301370
A. E. Lloyd 327970
,, B.W.I.A. (Agents) 457131
,, Mack D. Tucker 472794
S. 0. Jack 494832
B.W.I.A. Ltd. 3999354


,, J. II. IIazell

,, W. J. Abbott
,, S. 0. Jack
Corea & Co. Ltd.


12.10.65
26.10.65

23.11.65
17.12.65
4. 1.66

14. 1.66
14. 1.66
18. 1.66
9. 2.66

15. 2.66
6. 4.66

12.4.66

22. 4.66


1 package Advertising
Material
1 do. Books


1 do.
3 pkgs.


1 pkg.

1 do.


Merchandise
Advertising
Material

Merchandise

Printed Matter


1 do. Styrotex
1 do. Printed Matter
1 do. do. do.
1 do. do. do.
1 do. do. do.
1 piece G.M.U.
(Magazine)
1 parcel Printed Matter
1 crate Decorative
Fittings
1 pkg. Medical Prep.
1 do. Printed Matter
1 do. Pool Coupons
1 do. Printed Matter


1 do.
1 do.
1 do.
1 do.
1 do.
1 pcl.


500483 1 pkg.


501118
493483
510051


,, W. J. Carruthers 509304 1
Esso Standard Oil 515251 1
,, Imperial Bank of
Canada 1224424 1
N/M 863572 1
E. D. Layne & Sons 7074194 1
,, United Security Life 324869 1
,, Major W. J.
Carruthers 527454 1
C. L. Tannis 536647 1
B.W.I.A. 4127637 1


St. Vincent Manu.
Co.


2 pkgs.
1 pkg.
1 do.


do.
do.


do.
case
ctn.


7006103 1 pkg.
105869 1 do.


Convey-
;I 1IC


Date
Ware
housed


do. do.
Printed Matter
Films
Printed Matter
do. do.
Time Tables
Printed Matter

do. do.
do. do.
Oil
Pool Coupons
Coupons
Sales Material
(Tags &
Coasters)
Advertising
Material
do.
G.M.U.
Advertising
Material
Coupons
Printed Matter

G.M.U.
Balls
G.M.U.
Printed Matter

do. do.
Tractor parts'
Distribution
Material

Tobacco Stalks
Leaf Tobacco
Samples













450 SAINT VI NCENT, TUESDAY, 7 NOVEMBER, 1967.-(No. 69.)


BAG (AGE WAREHOUSE-Continued


Convey-
Oi1lCC


Conllgneea


Marks


Nos. No. of Declared
Packages Contents


30. 4.66 Plane


6. 7.66 ,
3. 8.66 ,,
17. 8.66 ,,
20. 8.66 ,,
3. 9.66 ,,
1.10.66 ,
6. 2.65 ..


535794 1 pkg.


548675
517046
536603
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BY THE QUEEN


A PROCLAMATION.

CALLING IN ALL GOLD, SILVER, MIXED METAL, CUPRO-NICKEL AND BRONZE COINS
OF THE UNITED KINGDOM FROM CERTAIN TERRITORIES IN THE EAST CARIBBEAN.

ELIZABETH R.

Whereas by virtue of Proclamations of Their late Majesties Queen Victoria
and King George the Sixth issued under the Coinage Acts 1870 to 1946 the
United Kingdom coins specified in Schedule 1 to this Proclamation are current
legal tender in the territories specified in Schedule 2 thereto:
And Whereas under section eleven of the Coinage Act 1870 We have power,
with the advice of Our Privy Council, by Proclamation to call in coins of any
denomination:
And Whereas it now appears to Us desirable to call in the coins specified
in Schedule 1 from the territories specified in Schedule 2:
Now, therefore, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council and in pursu-
ance of section eleven of the Coinage Act 1870 and of all other powers enabling
Us in that behalf, We do hereby call in the coins specified in Schedule 1 to
this Proclamation from the territories specified in Schedule 2 thereto by the
first day of November One thousand nine hundred and sixty-seven, and We
do proclaim, declare and direct that after the said date the said coins shall
not be current or legal tender in those territories.

SCHEDULE 1

DENOMINATION OF COIN


Gold:
Five Pound
Two Pound
Sovereign
Half-sovereign

Silver:
Crown
Double Florin
Half-Crown
Florin
Shilling
Sixpence
Groat or fourpence
Threepence
Twopence
Penny


Mixed Metal:
Threepence


Cupro-Nickel:
Crown
Half-Crown
Florin
Shilling
Sixpence
Threepence


Bronze:
Penny
Halfpenny
Farthing


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SCHEDULE 2

TERRITORIES AFFECTED

Dominica, Montserrat, Saint Christopher, Nevis and Anguilla, Saint Vincent.

Given at Our Court at Bahnoral, this tenth day of October in the year
of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixty-seven and in the
sixteenth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1967, No. 40.

LABOUR COMMISSIONER (COLLECTION OF STATISTICS)
ORDER, 1967.

(Gazetted 7th November, 1967).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Labour Commissioner
(Collection of Statistics) Order, 1967.

2. Collection of Statistics by Labour Commissioner. The Labour Com-
missioner is hereby directed to collect, prepare and publish statistics relating
to the following matters:-
(a) the number of persons employed or unemployed generally and in all
trades, occupations and industries;
(b) the rates of wages payable to workers in all forms of employment
whether such workers are permanent, temporary or casual workers;
(c) the number of women, children and young persons in all forms and
categories of employment;
(d) the hours of work in different categories of employment of all
persons;
(e) the number of apprentices, indentt .`^ otherwise, their rates of
pay and hours of work, in diff.et o c+tqf employment;
(f) the number of persons employir^lthe cate of employment in
which minimum rates of payA'e prescribed b 'Av;
(g) the number of persons rec~iit Cdfl n St. Vine Cfor work in other
Commonwealth and Forei ~i.,erri on^s, and t F2number going to
each Territory; \ .
(h) the cost of living. ", /'

Made by the Administrator in Council ulndeE on 4 of the Department
of Labour (Hours and Duties of Labour Commissioner) Order, 1943 (S.R. & 0.
No. 19 of 1943), this 31st day of October, 1967.

HUTSON L. MARTINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.


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MINUTES OF THE SEVENTH SITTING OF THE FIRST SESSION
OF TIHE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, HELD AT THE COUNCIL
CHAMBER, KINGSTOWN, ON THURSDAY, 21ST SEPTEMBER, 1967
AT 10.00 A.M.

PRESENT

The Honourable C. ST.C. DACON, Speaker,
R. M. CATO, Member for East St. George, Chief Minister,
S. E. SLATER, Mfmber for North Lerward, Minister for
Communications a nd Works,
.. J. L. EUSTACE, Member for Soath Leeward, Minister for
Education and Social Services,
,, ,, J.. F. MITCHELL, Member for the Grenadines, Minister for
Trade, Production, Labour and Tourism,
,, ,, L. C. LATHAM, Mcmb'er for South Windward, Member without
Portfolio,
. N. 0. JACOBS, Acting Attorney General,
E. T. JOSHUA, Member for Central Windward, Leader of the
Opposition,
. Mrs. I. I. JOSHUA, Membcr fbr North Windward,
,, R. F. MARKSMAN, Member for West St. George,
H. K. TANNIS, Member for Kin gstown,
. J. A. FERDINAND, Nominated Member,
E. A. C. HUGHES, Nominated Member.

PRAYERS:
Mr. Speaker read the prayers of the Council.
CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES:
On the question being proposed for the confirmation of the minutes, the
Hon. E. T. Joshua asked for an amendment at page 22 under Private Members
Business" that certain words be added at end. After some discussion Mr.
Speaker deferred the confirmation until the afternoon session. (Ref. page 36).
PAPERS LAID
The following members laid on the Table of the Council the papers indicated
hereunder:
Chief Minister & Minister of Finance:
Council Paper No. 7 o" 1967: Minutes of Finance Committee of
27th June, 1967.
Council Paper No. 9 of 1967: Report of the Accountant General for
N the year 1964.











Minister for Communications & Works:
Council Paper No. 8 of 1967: Report of the Postal Department for
the year 1964.

ORAL ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS
1. Hon. R. F. MARKSMIAN (West St. George) asked the Minister for Trade,
Production, Labour & Tourism if he will take steps to implement the
Wages Council award now lying in abeyance having regard for the
increased cost of living of the workers and underprivileged people of
the Colony; anil whether there is any intention (with regard for the
foregoing) to put into motion a new minimum rate with an increase
for the Workers.
The Minister for Trade, Production, Labour & Tourism replied:
This Goverument is anxious to streamline wages relating to the
cost of living. The Ministry of Labour awaits nominations to the
various councils from the relevant organizations. No awards have
been left outstanding and all commitments in respect to awards have
been met.
Supplementary Questlion:
lion. R. F. Marksman (West St. George) asked: When was the last
Wages Council meeting held!
The Minister replied: I will require Notice of that question.

2. Hon. E. T. JosHUA (Central Windward)' asked the Chief Minister and
Minister of Finance how many years must elapse for citizens convicted
of shopbreaking, receiving or burglary in the Assizes before being
nominated by the Administrator-in-Council; and. if the answer is
X years will the Minister please state whether nominations recently
made under a new law which passed the Legislative Council include
such persons; and if such persons are found to be included in nomi-
nations, will he further state whether they satisfy the number of years
that he named.-
The Chief Minister and Minister of Finance replied:
Nominations to local Boards and Councils are governed by Ordin-
ance No. 17 of 1951. No restrictions are placed in this Ordinance on
persons convicted of the offences mentioned.

3. Hon. E. T. JOSHUA (Central Windward) asked the Chief Minister and
Minister of Finance whether his statement to the Honourable Legisla-
ture made on the 28th June, 1967 pertaining to the debate on the
Gracious Speech from the Throne, still stands, or whether the idea
of a debate is now abandoned.
The Chief Minister & Minister of Finance replied :
It had been suggested that a date be set for a debate on0 the Throne
Speech but as Honourable Members dealt exhaustively with the various












subjects raised during the course of the Budget debate, the necessity
for debating the Throne Speelch does not appear to arise.
Hon. Members are however free to introduce for debate any sub
ject which they deem to be fit.
Supplementary Questio n:
lion. E. T. Joshua (Central Windward) asked: Is the Throne Speech
the fundamental policy of the Government..
The Chief Minister replied : The answer is in the affirmative.

4. Hon. E. T. JosHUA (Central Windward) asked the Chief Minister and
Minister of Finance whether payment was made to the Honourable
Speaker while still residing in Dominica and working there as a
Magistrate and at the same time paid as Speaker of the Legislative
Council. If the Speaker was so paid by whose authority was he paid.
The Chief Minister and Minister of Finance replied:
No payment has been made to the Speaker of the Legislative
Council for any period prior to his resignation from the Service of
the Dominica Government.

ORDERS OF THE DAY
1. The Money Lcndiiq (Amendme n) Bill was introduced and read a first
time.

2. The Prisons Bill was introduced and read a first time.

3. The Local Gomerim.enl (Amendment No. 2) Bill was introduced and read
a first time.
Motion made and Question put and agreed to "that the Bill be taken
through all its stages at this meeting". (S.O. 46 para. 2).
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 Honourables IH. K. Tannis. and J. F. Mitchell joined the debate.
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 amend-
ment.

4. The, Kingstou'n Town Board (Amendment) Bill was introduced and read
a first time.












Motion made and Question put and agreed to "that the Bill be taken
through all its stages at this meeting''. (S.O. 46 para. 2).
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 Honourables H. K. Tannis and R. F. Marksman joined the debate.
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, amend-
ment.
5. The Local Government (Validation) Bill was introduced and read a first
time.

Motion made and Question put and agreed to "that the Bill be taken
through all its stages at this meeting. (S.0. 46 para. 2)
-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.
Council went into Committee to consider the Bill.
Council resumed.
Bill reported, read the third time by title and passed without amend-
ment.
6. The Acting Attorney General moved that the Police (Amendment) Bill
be now read a second time.
Question put and agreed to.
Bill read a second time.
Council went into Committee to consider the Bill.
Council resumed.
Bill reported, read the third time by title and passed without amend-
ment-no debate arising.
7. The Acting Attorney General moved that the Charles Gideon Huggins
(Gratuity and Pension) Bill be now read a second time.
Question put and agreed to.
Bill read a second time.
The Honourable J. F. Mitchell debated the Bill.












Council went into Committee to consider the Bill,
Council resumed.
Bill reported, read the third lime by title and passed with the following
amendment:
Clause 3: Substitute the words "a day to be appointed by the Admin-
istrator Iby Proclamation published in the Gazette" for the words
"the day of 1967."

8. The Acting Attorney General moved that the Iiternational Organisations
(Inmunities &" Privileges) Bill be now read a second time.
Question put and agreed to.
Bill read a second time.
Council went into Committee to consider the Bill.
Council resumed.
Bill reported, read the third line by title and passed without amend-
ment-no debate arising.

9. The Acting Attorney General moved that the United Kingdom. Government
Mission (ImnIunities and F, ;, i1,... ) Bill be now read a second time.
Question put and agreed to.
Bill icad a second time.
The Honourable J. F. Mitenell debated the Bill.
Council went into Committee to consider the Bill.
Council resumed.
Bill reported, read the third time by title and passed without amend-
ment-no, further debate arising.

10. The Acting Attorney General moved that the Conmonwvealih Secretariat
(Immunities & Privileges) Bill be now read a second time.
Question put and agreed to.
Bill read a second time.
Council went into Committee to consider the Bill.
Council resumed.
Bill reported, read the third time by title and passed without amend-
ment-no debate arising.

11. The.Honourable Chief Minister moved that the Income Ta.r Bill be now read
a second time.
Question put and agreed to.
Bill read a second time.
The Honourable E. T. Joshua commenced his debate on the Bill.
Sitting suspended 12.30 p.m. (Lunch)












Sitting resumed 2.00 p.m.
CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES resumed ( Ref. page 1) :
Mr. Speaker directed the Clerk to read the relevant portion of the hansards.
Relevant portion accordingly .read.
There being no reference to allegation made by the Honourable E. T.
Joshua, Mr. Speaker proceeded to p.m, tile question that they be confirmed.
Minutes accordingly confirmed with a minor amendment at page 21 by
deleting the word "Party" at end of line 17.

OnnRDT, or TIIT- DAY CONTINUED.
11. Cont'd.
The IIonourable E. T. Joshua continued and finally concluded his
debate.
The Hlonourables L. C. Latham, R. F. Marksman, E. A. C. Hughes
and J. F. Mitchell joined the debate.
The Honourable Chief Minisler replied.
Council went into Committee to consider the Bill.
Council resumed.
Bill reported, read the third lime by title and passed with the following
amendments:
Clause 1 : Delete the comma after the figure 42 ; insert the word "and"
between the figures 42 and 48; and delete the following figures,
brackets, colmmnuas and word:
"70 (5), 76, 86 and 87":.
Clause 3 (e) : Insert the word "rental" between the words "annual"
and "value" at line 1; substitute a fullstop for the comma after
the word "profit" at line 5 and delete the words "such annual
value being that assessed under the Kingstown Board Ordinance,
and the Local Government Ordinant.e, 1951, or the annual value
of any house situated oni such land as assessed under the Land
and House Tax Ordinance;".
Clause 24: Delete sub-elause (2) and renumber sub-clause (3) to read
sub-clause (2).
Clause 27: Substitute the word 'three" lor the word "six" between
the words "within" and "years" at line 9.
Clause 54 (b) : Delete the following words and brackets between the
words "accounts" and "and" at lines 1 and 2: "(including a
balance sheet at the terminal date of such accounts) ".
Clause 68(1) : Delete the words "in point of law" at lines 2 and 3
between the words "erroneous" and "may"; and substitute the
words "High Court of the West Indies Associated States
Supreme Court" for the words "Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands'" at line 5.












Clause 69: Amend the marginal note to read "Appeal to Court of
Appeal", and substitute the words High Court of the West Indies
Associated States Supreme Court to the Court of Appeal of the
West Indies Associated States Supreme Court" for the words
"Supreme Court oi C'e Windward Islands and Leeward Islands"
at lines 2 and 3.

12. The Minister for Trade, Production, Labour & Tourism moved:
(i) WHEREAS by an issue of a series of two mortgage debentures of
even date namely the 10th day of June, 1947 and. recorded in the Registry
of Saint Vincent numbered 198 and 199 of 1947 respectively the sum of
TEN THOUSAND POUNDS (10,000) each was loaned to the LAND
SETTLEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT BOARD (hereinafter referred
to as "the BOARD") by FREDERICK AUGUSTINE CASSON with
interest thereon until payment thereof at the rate of 3 10s. Od. per
centum per annum by equal half-yearly payments on the 1st day of Novem-
ber and the 1st day of April in every year:

(ii) AND WHEREAS by transfer dated the 16th day of July, 1947, and
recorded in the Registry of 6,aint Vincent and numbered 256 of 1947
(hereinafter referred to as the Transfer) the said mortgage debentures
were sold by the said FREDERICK AUGUSTINE CASSON to BAR-
CLAYS OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LIMITED
(hereinafter referred to as "t1' CORPORATION") subject to the con-
ditions therein contained:

(iii) AND WHEREAS by AGREEMENT made between the BOARD
and the CORPORATION dated the 14th day of May, 1948 and recorded
in the Registry of Saint Vinec :t and numbered 180 of 1948 (hereinafter
referred to as the Agreement) it was agreed that the date of payment of
the said mortgage debentures should be the 1st day of October, 1966 and
and that all interest on the said mortgage debentures should be paid by
equal half-yearly payments on the 1st day of April and the 1st day of
October in every year at the rate stated in the said mortgage debentures,
that is to say, at the rate of 3 10s. Od. per centum per annum:

(iv) AND WHEREAS as appears by Memorandum of Release dated the
24th day of February, 1967 and recoi ded in the Registry of Saint Vincent
and numbered 204 of 1967 all sums due under the aforesaid mortgage
debenture No. 198 of 1947 were fully paid on the 1st day of October, 1966
and the BOARD was released from- all the conditions contained therein in
the Transfer and in the Agreement and the real and personal property and
assets of the BOARD were releam d from an .charge thereunder:

(v) AND WHEREAS at the request of the BOARD the CORPORA-
TION have undertaken to enter into an Agreement with the BOARD that
the principal sum of TEN THOUSAND POUNDS (10,000) on the
aforesaid mortgage debenture :\'o. 199 of 1947 be repaid by the












BOARD to the CORPORATIUN on the 1st day of November, 1971 and
that in consideration thereof and until payment of the said sum the
BOARD shall pay to the CORPORATION with effect from the 1st day
of November, 1966 interest thereon at the rate of 7 10s. Od. per centum
per annum by equal half-yearly payments on the 1st day of May and the
1st day of November in every year the first payment of interest as afore-
said to be made on the 1st day of May, 1967.

(vi) AND WHEREAS by StAion 10 of the Land Settlement and De-
velopment Ordinance, 1945 (No. 10 of 1945) it is provided that "The
BOARD may, with the consent of the Legislative Council borrow money
for the carrying out of its purposes and may charge in any manner any
property of the Board of every nature and kind whatsoever and all the
funds and all the revenues of the board, present and future, with the
repayment of money borrowed for such purposes."

(vii) BE IT RESOLVED that this Council hereby grants to the LAND
SETTLEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT BOARD its consent to enter
into an agreement with the CORPORATION on the terms and conditions
specified in the Fifth Preamble hereinbefore appearing.
Question proposed.
The Minister for Trade, Production, Labour & Tourism briefly debated
the resolution.
Question put and resolved in the affirmative without division-no
further debate arising.

13. Resumption of debate on the following motion [Hon. Member for Cen-
tral Windward] :

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. Me Intosh 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 th" people of Saint Vincent by tile working of the said
estates.

AND WHEREAS over the past 22 years the name Land Settlement
remained a misnomer and tl' working of the estates were mainly con-
ducted in prejudice of the former intention towards the people.

AND WHEREAS it is understood that active stens are now being
taken to hand over the lands of the estates to Colonial Development Cor-
poration at this stage of this Territory's constitutional change to per-
petuate colonialism 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
afforded 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 intended 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 was intended over the years be established at Richmond to house the
people of the area.
The Honourable E. T. Joshua concluded his debate.
Motion seconded by Hon. R. F. Marksman.
Question proposed.
The Honourable J. F. Mit1holl debated the motion. During the debate
File TPL 805 was laid on the Tab'e.
It being 6.00 o'clock MIr. Speaker interrupted the business under dis-
cussion. (S.O. 11 para. 2). Whereupon the Honourable E. T. Joshua
moved that the Standiing Order be suspended to continue the debate on
the motion.
Question put and agreed to.
The Honourable J. F. Mitchell continued his debate.
It being 6.30 o'clock Mr. Speaker called upon a Minister to move "That
this Council do now adjournn" (S.O. 11 para. 4).
Motion made and Question proposed that this Council do now adjourn.
Question put and agreed to.
Council adjourned accordingly at 6.35 p.m.
C. St.C. DACON,
Speaker.


Confirmed this 30th day of October, 1967.

C. St.C. DACON,
Speaker.




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