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SA T V' INCNT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


iublisilji buh Anutloriti.


VoL. 100.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 DECEMBER, 1967. [No. 78.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 284.
LEGISLATION.

Thli following Documents are published
wit'; this issue of the Gazette:-

S.R. & 0. No. 45.-The Georgetown
Town Board (Extension of Tenure
of Offil'e of all Members) Order,
1967.
S.R. & 0. No. 46.-The Kingstown
Board (Market) (Amendment) By-
Laws, 1967.
(C.M. 74.)
12th December, 1967.

No. 285.
BANK HOLIDAYS.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Monday, the 25th December, 1967
(Christmas Day) and Tuesday, the 26th
December, 1967 (Boxing Day), being
Bank Holidays, all Public Offices will be
closed on those days.
12th December, 1967.

No. 286.
VACANT POST.
Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for the post of Female
Prison Officer.


The post is pensionable and carries
salary in the scale $1,320 x $60-$1,380/
$1,4i4 x .4i84-. i -$2,064.
Further part an be
had from the.oi, '-l.!i'o. Sons,
j1 sigs ownIL.
Applications supported by two re nt
testimonials shoiAfRe jtdcdZ iyd t0o he
Superintendent' of Prisons a d sh ld
reahii him not later than the 20t 1 e-
ccmil ir'. 1967. ,
12th December.Z19(.
(170.) -

No. 287.
FULBRIGHT TRAVEL GRANTS.
U.K. DEPENDENT TERRITORIES 1968/69.

The United States-United Kingdom
Educational Commission announces that,
under the provision of the Fulbright
Programme, travel grants are available
to citizens of the United Kingdom de-
pendent territories to go to the United
States of America for Academic or
Educational purposes.
There are two main categories of
award:
(a) Students. Preference is given to
graduate candidates or those ex-
pecting to obtain a degree by the
time of departure for the U.S.A.,
but grants for under-graduates
may be considered in special cir-
cumstances. There are two types
of Student Awards:











520 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 DECEMBER, 1967.-(No. 78.)


(1) Travel only-where the
candidate provides evidence of
acceptance at an educational in-
stitution in the U.S.A. together
with guarantee of adequate dollar
support for his/her stay.
(2) .Joint Awards-Applicants
must be recommended to the In-
stitution of International Educa-
tion in New York for placement
and an award ai an Institution of
higher learning in the United
States of America.
h b) Senior Scholars: Grants in this
category are confined to those
who have received invitation to
lecture or carry out Advanced
Research at an Advanced Insti-
tute of higher learning.
The Closing dates for applications are :
Students:
Joint Awards-15th January, 1968
Travel Only -1st May, 1968.
Senior Scholars:
Travel Only-1st May, 1968.
Further details regarding eligibility
and application procedures may be ob-
tained from the Establishment Division,
Kingstown.
12th December, 1967.

No. 283.
ADMISSION OF COMMONWEALTH
CITIZENS HOLDING ENTRY
CERTIFICATES.

A White Paper (Cmud. 3064) pub-
lished recently contains new instructions'
from the Home Secretary to immigra-
tion officers about the admission of
Commonwealth citizens who hold entry
certificates. The instructions give effect
to a recommendation made by the Com-
mittee on Immigration Appeals under
tlie chairmanship of Sir Roy Wilson,
whose report (Cmnd. 3387) was pub-
lished on 23rd August this year.
A Commonwealth citizen who wishes
to know, before he sets out for Britain,
whether he is eligible for admission un-
der the Commonwealth Immigrants Act
may apply to the British High Commis-
sioner or other official British represen-
tative in the country where he is living
for an entry certificate, the grant of
an entry certificate which takes the
form of a stamp in the passport, indi-
cates to the immigration officer at the
port of entry that the holder appeared
to the issuing authority to be qualified
for admission.
The new instructions provide, as re-
commended in paragraphs 75 and 76 of
the Wilson Committee's report, that
subject to certain limited exceptions an
entry certificate during its period of


validity guarantees the admission of the
Co:unionwealth citizen to whom it was
issued. The exceptions' are those speci-
fied in paragraph 76 of the Committee's
report: they include cases where fraud-
ulent representations were made to the
issuing officer, where a change of cir-
eumstances has subsequently removed
the basis of the holder's; claim to admis-
sion, and where the holder is liable to
exclusion on grounds of criminal record
or danger to public health.
Entry certificates are not compulsory
for Commonwealth citizens and the
Committee were disappointed to find
that only one in five coming to Britain
makes use of the entry certificate system
(Report, paragraph 69). They urge that
it should be made clear
"lvy every possible means of publicity
that the entry certificate is a facility
offered to immigrants in their own
interests, which they would be foolish
not to use". (para. 70)
The lone (Office has the need for such
publicity very much in mind: for ex-
ample, in July this year the Parliamen-
tary Under Secretary of State, Mr.
David Ennals, in a letter to a large num-
ber of immigrant organizations, and a
message sent for publication in news-
papers circulating among immigrants,
explained the advantages to Common-
wealth citizens of using the entry certifi-
cate system and so avoiding the distress
and expense of a fruitless journey if
they are found to be unqualified for ad-
mission. Publicity is also given to the
entry certificate system by British High
Commissions overseas in co-operation
with the governments of other Common-
wealth countries.
5th December, 1967.
(C. 916.)

By Command,

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Establishment Officer.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
12th December, 1967.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

TREASURY NOTICES.

PAYMENT OF SALARIES FOR
DECEMBER 1967.

It is hecreby notified that salaries and
other allowances payable to Govern-
ment Employees during the month of
December, 1967. will bhe paid at the
Treasury, Kingstown, or District Rev-












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 DECEMBER, 1967.-(No. 78.)


enue Offices, on Tuesday 19th Deceim-
b.,r. 1967.

A. J. DaSILVA.
Acting Accountant General.
Treasury,
St. Vincent.
30th November, 19(7.



PAYMENT OF PENSIONS AND
ALLOWANCES FOE DECEMBER 1967.

All allowances payable to Pensioners
from 'mnds of the Colony, in respect
of December, 1967, will be paid at the
Treasury. Kingstown, or District Rev-
enue Offices, on Thursday 21st De-
ceiimber. 1967.

A. .1. DaSILAA.
Acting Accountant General.
Tre'asurv.
St. \Vinlent.
:ilth November, 19(67.


PAYMENT OF CLAIMS FOR
DECEMBER 1967.

Contractors, Merchants and all other
persons having claims against the Gov-
ernment of St. Vincent are hereby
requested to forward such claims to
the Gcevfrnment Departments con-
eerned on or before I he 15th day of
December. 19657 in order to ensure the
payment thereof before the close of the
current financial year at 31st December.
2. Similarly, all persons indebted to
the Government of St. Vincent for
goods supplied or servicess rendered are
hereby requested to settle these ac-
counis on or before the 31st December.
1967.

A. .. DaSILVA,
Acting Accountant General.
Treasury,
Si. Vincent.
30th November, 1967.


POLICE NOTICES,

The attention of owners of shops in
Kingstown and within a radius of two
miles therefrom, and all Small Towns
and Villages, is drawn to Section 4 Sub-
Section 9 of the Shops (Hours of Open-
ing and Employment Order) STATUTORY
RULES AND ORDERS No. 8 of 1963 which
reads as follows:-
(9) During the period commencing
on 2nd day of December and ending


on the 24th day of December, 1967,
thle hours which shops may be opened
for transaction of business shall be:-
(a) from six o'clock in the morning
to ten o'clock in the evening on
Saturday and on the working
d a y immediately preceding
Christmas Day.
(b) from six o'clock in the morning
to eight o'clock in the evening
on all other days.
NO SHOP WILL BE OPENED ON
CHRISTMAS DAY.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
27th November, 1967.


In accordance with Section 120 (2) of
Chapter 14 of the Laws of St. Vincent
as amended by Ordinance No. 24 of
1946 Paragraphs 2 (a) and (b) Bands,
Singing Processions and Holiday Gath-
erings will be permitted in the Town of
Kingstown and other Towns from Fri-
day 15th December, 1967 to Tuesday
2nd January, 1968 between the hours of
6.00 a.m. to 8.00 a.m. Sunday ex-
(luded.
On the undermentioned days the time
will be from 6.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
MONDAY 25th December, 1967
TUESDo.x 26th December, 1967
MONDAY 1st January, 1968
TUESDAY 2nd January, 1968
It is an offence to beat drums or play
other instruments in contravention of
the provision stated above.
The Police are under strict instruc-
tions to enforce these regulations dur-
ing the time they apply.

R. M. THOMAS,
Acting Chief of Police.
6th December. 1967.


EDUCATION NOTICES.


UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
LOCAL EXAMINATIONS
SYNDICATE.

GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION,
1968.

The General Certificate of Education
Examination of Cambridge University
will be held in St. Vincent from June
10th to July 5th, 1968.
The fees which should be paid into
thie Treasury are as follows:-












522 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY,


(i) Entry fee to be paid by
every candidate 30s.
(ii) Subject fees, additional to
the entry fee-
(a) for each subject offered
at '0' level 10s.
b'); for each subject offered
at 'AO' level -10s.
(c) for each subject offered
at 'A' level -30s.
(iii) Loeal Fee 5s.
Coiupleted entry forms together with
Fees Re,-cipts should be returned to the
Local Secretary, Department of Educa-
tion, not later than SATURDAY, 27th
JANUAiRY, 1968.
Private Candidates, other than Stu-
dent Teachers and/or Evening Class
students who wish to be accepted for
thbse examinations must make applica-
tion in writing to the Education Officer
not later than Thursday, 30th Novem-
ber, 1967.
The application must contain:-
(i) In the case of "A" Level appli-
cants :
(a) The school Certificate held,


(ii)


or
(h) The examination in which,
although failing to gain a
School Certificate, the candi-
date passed with credit on
one and the same occasion in
at least three (3) School
Certificate Subjects, or
(c) The G.C.E. examination in
which the candidate passed
on one and the same occasion
in at least three (3) subjects.
in the case of '0' level appli-


s:
Year of previous entry on
which candidate entered on
one and the same occasion
for a minimum of three (3)
G.C.E. or three (3) S.C. sub-
jects and results obtained.


cant
(a)


THEODORE V. KEANE,
Local Secretary.

Department of Education,
Kingstown.
2nd November, 1967.


LONDON G.C.E. EXAMINATION,
JUNE, 1968.

The Examniation fees to be paid by
candidates entering for the above-men-
tioned Examination are as follows:-


Initial Entry Fee..
Fee for Ordinary Level Subjects
(each)


30/-

15/-


Fee for Advanced Level Subjects
(each) .. 35/-
Local Fee .. 5/-
All Applications must be supported
by
(a) Recoinuendatioiis from the Edu-
cation ( )fier.
(1) i;liii0 Certificates of candidates.
(c) Receirts showii,2 that the neces-
.ary f'vfes have been paid into the
Treasury must be handed in to
the Local Correspondent, Mr.
.1. J. Antrobus, not later than
3.00 p.m. on Wednesday 31st
January, 1968.

J. J. ANTROBUS,
Local Secretary.
Gth December, 1967.


SAINT VINCENT

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT

IN THE HIGH COURT

(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1967
SErr No. 147/19:2.
BETWVEEN:-


PERCIVAL STEINSON
NANTON
NoiEKxN JESS NANTON
ROSALYs STEPHIIANIE
BEACTI
AND
ARDON M1OFFORD
HI-SKINS GITTENS


of Kingstown




of Prospect
-Defendants


PURSUANT to an Order made on
the 15th day of April, 1967, THERE
WILL BE OFFERED for SALE by
the Registrar of the Supreme Court at
the Court House, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent, between the hours of 12.00 o'clock
nloon and 3.00 o'clock p.m. on Saturday
the 16th day of December, 1967 all the
Right, Title and Interest, messuages
lands and tenements vested in and in
the possession of the Defendant-
HIUSKINS GTTTENS of Brighton as
specified in the schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land containing 10 acres, 1 rd., 10 pls.,
situate at Brighton Estate in the Island


12 DECEMBER, 1967.-(No. 78.)











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 DECEMBER, 1967.-(No. 78.)


of Saint Vincent being Lot Number
nine (9) of certain allotments of the
Estate of Brighton on a plan prepared
by E. Steinson Campbell and butted
and bounded on the North by an Estate
Road, on the South by Lot Number 17
of the said allotments on the East by
Lot No. 10 of the said allotments and
on the West by an estate road, or how-
soever otherwise the same may be butted
bounded known or described Together
will all ways watercourses rights lights
liberties privileges and easements there-
to belonging or usually held used occu-
pied or enjoyed therewith or reputed to
belong or be appurtenant thereto.

Reduced Reserve Price-$765.27 per
acre

DATED this' 5th day of December,
1967.

A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar Supreme Court.


SAINT VINCENT

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT

IN THE HIGH COURT

(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1967

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF ADA ROMEO
Deceased.

SUIT No. 130/1964.
BETWEEN :-
DONALD ROMEO (on behalf]
of himself and all other
beneficiaries of the --Plaintiff
above named Estate Ada
Romeo deceased. J

AND


RACHAEL CUPID
of Camden Park


-Defendant


PURSUANT to an Order made on
the 28th day of April, 1967, THERE
WILL BE OFFERED for SALE by
the Registrar of the Supreme Court at
the Court House, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent, between the hours of 12.00 o'clock
noon and 3.00 o'clock p.m. on Saturday
the 30th day of December, 1967 all the
Right, Title and Interest, messuages
lands and tenements vested in and in


the possession of the Defendant-
RACHAEL CUPID of Camden Park
as specified in the schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE
ALL THAT PIECE parcel or por-
tion of land by admeasurement quarter
(1/4) acre more or less situate at Cam-
den Park in the parish of Saint Andrew
of the territory Saint Vincent butted
and bounded as follows East by lands of
Lady Sam West by land of Edmond
Edwards South by land of Edmond
Edwards North by land of Lady Sam
or howsoever otherwise the same may
be butted bounded known distinguished
or described.
Reserve Price-$1,500.00
DATED this 5th day of December,
1967.

A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar Supreme Court.


KINGSTOWN BOARD

VACANT POSTS.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons to fill two (2) vacan-
cies on the Clerical Staff of the Board.
Qualifications:
(a) 5 G.C.E. "0''" Level passes in-
eluding English Language.
Or (b) "0" Level pass in English
Language and the ability to type
at the rate of 40 words per min-
ute.
Appointments will be for a probation-
ary period of one year in the first in-
stance.
Salary:
The salary attached to (a) is in the
sale $1,392, $1392/$1,536 x 84-
$1,872 x 96-$2,160 x 120-$2,640.
And in the case of (b) $1,332 x 60
-$1,812.
Persons holding less than the required
qualificationss may be considered for ap-
pointment as Clerical Assistants, pro-
vided they are presently engaged in a
progranmme of study aimed at attaining
a full Certificate within two years.
Applications, giving full particulars
of nIe, education, and experience, to-
gether with two recent testimonials
should be addressed to the Warden, and
should reach him not later than the 23rd
December, 1967.

STANLEY BRANCH,
Warden.
6th December, 1967.












524 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 DECEMBER, 1967.-(No. 78.)


NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general
information that the following persons
have been elected to serve on the Bequia
District Council for the period 1st
January, 19(18 to 31st December, 1969.
1Ir. Walter Bynoe
Mr. Reuben Lewis
I i. J.ames Melville Simmons
Mr. Williams Tannis.

S. A. SIMMONS,
Actijni Clerk &d Returning Officer.
ih !) D-cember, 1967.


NOTICE

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment to


the post of Clerk to the Bequia District
Council.
Preference will be given to applicants
who have reached the G.C.E. '0' level
standard. Applicants must be resident
in Bequia.
The successful candidate shall be the
Chief Executive Officer of the Bequia
District Council, and the duties of the
p)st will include attendance at all
inmetiiins of the Council and the keeping
of minutes of the proceedings at every
such meeting.
Applications should be addressed to
the Chairman, Bequia District Council,
to reach him not later than the 15th
December, 1967.
Further information could be ob-
tained from the Chairman.

GEOFFREY WALLACE,
Chairman, Bequia District Council.
20th November, 1967.


TREASURY NOTICE.


INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT.



Notice is hereby given in ar ,ordance with Section 49 of the "Land and
House Tax OrdinanWe,", Cap. 194 as' amended by Ordinance Number 12/54,
that the following properties which were sold at Public Auction on the 14th
day of October, 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,
6th December, 1967.


Name of Owner, Location Purchase Date
Attorney or of Description of Property Price of
Occupier Property Sale


George Alexander Fountain 1 ac. 1 rd. 37 pls. of land


Royal Cato


Charles Minors


Hopewell 9 poles of land

Cane End 1 rd. 4 p1s. of land


$270.00 14.10.67

$10.00 14.10.67

$18.00 14.10.67












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 DECEMBER, 1967.-(No. 78.)


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AT THE CLOSE
OF BUSINESS ON TUESDAY, 31ST OCTOBER, 1967

(Pursuant to the East Caribbean Currency Agreement 1965, Article 23 (2))


EC$
EXTERNAL ASSETS
30,646,578


BANKERS' BALANCES .. 322,728

GENERAL RESERVE .. 1,471,307

OTHER LIABILITIES .. 1,034,807


CURRENT ACCOUNTS AND
MONEY AT CALL IN
LONDON


UNITED KINGDOM
TREASURY BILLS

OTHER UNITED KING-
DOM GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES

NOTE ISSUE ACCOUNTS
WITH BANKS IN
B1ARBADOS


[Proportion of external
assets to notes in Cir-
culation and other
demand liabilities
99.5%]

BRITISH CARIBBEAN
CURRENCY BOARD
NOTES

GOVERNMENT
DEBENTURES


TREASURY BILLS

OTHER ASSETS


EC$33,475,420


16,694,400



13,036,622


27,000


30,805,809


20,100


2,018,050

592,200

39,261

EC$33,475,420


G. M. LAMBERT,
Managing Director.


Liabilities


NOTES IN CIRCULATION .


EC$


Assets


EC$


1,047,787


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SAINT VINCENT.

;.'--STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

,-1967, No. 45.



JEORGET TOWN BOARD (EXTENSION OF TENURE OF
FICE OF ALL MEMBERS) ORDER.


(Gazetted 12th December, 1967).



1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Georgetown Town
Board (Extension of Tenure of Office of all members) Order, 1967.

2. Extension of Tenure of Office. The tenure of office of all members
of the Georgetown Town Board as a whole is hereby extended for a period
of twelve months.

3. Commencement. This Order shall come into effect on the 1st day
of January, 1968.


Made by the Administrator in Council under section 14(1) of the Local
Government Ordinance, 1951 (No. 17 of 1951) this 5th day of December, 1967.

HUTS-ON L. MARTINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.


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[ Price 4 cents. ]
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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,
1967, No. 46.

KINGSTOWN BOARD (MARKET) (AMENDMENT) BY-LAWS.


(Gazetted 12th D..... ,,.. 96 .

1. Short title and Commencement.-. T- se Bv-Laws siav be cited as the
Kingstown Board (Market) (Amendnme.).By-Laws, 1967, and shall be read
as one with the Kingstown Boaid (M- t) By-Law:, 1955, 'S.R. & 0. 1955.
No. 23) (hereinafter referred to as Mtl rAR)alhBt168ws) ;and all amend-
ments thereto, and shall come into eff t i the 1st day of FJanua.ry, 1968.

2. By-Law 3 of the principal By-L called r laced. By-Law
3 of the principal By-Laws is hereby cane ed ai replay t c as follows:-
"3. Opening of Markett. The Market ,Ta be open to the public
as under:
On Saturday Vegetable and Meat Markets from
6.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Fish Market from 6.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
On Sunday, Bank Holidays Vegetable, Fish and Meat Markets
and days proclaimed Pub- from 6.00 a.m. to 9.00 a.m.
lie Holidays
On other Week Days ...... Vegetable and Meat Markets from
6.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.;
Fish Market from 6.00 a.m. to 6.00
p.m."
3. By-Law 37 of the principal By-Laws amended. By-Law 37 of the
principal By-Laws is hereby amended as follows:-
(a) by the insertion of the words "without the written permission of
the Warden" immediately after the word "shall" appearing in the
first line of paragraph (1) thereof;
(b) by deletion of the full stop arter the word "House" appearing in
the fourth line of paragraph (1) and the insertion of the following
at the end of the said paragraph "and all such meat or turtle shall
be accompanied by a certificate from a duly certified meat in-
spector."; and






138

(c) by the insertion of the words "without the written permission of the
Warden" between the words "shall" and "dispose" in the first line
of paragraph (2) thereof.

4. By-Law 67 of the principal By-Laws cancelled. By-Law 67 of the
principal By-Laws is hereby cancelled.

5. First Schedule of the principal By-Laws cancelled and replaced. The
First Schedule of the principal By-Laws is hereby cancelled and replaced
as follows:-
FIRST SCHEDULE

SLAUGHTER HOUSE DUES
For slaughtering every:

(a) G oat ...... ...... ........ ...... .50
(b) Sheep ...... ................ ...... .500
(e) Bull, ox, !steer, cow, heifer or calf at the rate of .75k
per 100 lb.
(d) Pig ...... ............ at the rate of .50
per 100 lb.
(e) Turtle ...... ............ at the rate of $1.00
per 100 lb.

6. Second Schedule of the principal By-Laws cancelled and replaced.
The Second Schedule of the principal By-Laws is hereby cancelled and re-
placed as follows:-

SECOND SCHEDULE

TICKET DUES
For every square or space 4 ft. square per day or part of a day 10
For every stand per day or part of a day ............ 10Q

STAND DUES
For every stand per week or part of a week ...... ...... 504

STALL DUES
For every Fish Stall per month or part of a month ............ $2.00
For every Meat Stall per month or part of a month ...... ...... $4.00

7. Third Schedule of the principal By-Laws cancelled and replaced.
The Third Schedule of the principal By-Laws is hereby cancelled and re-
placed as follows:-








139

THIRD SCHEDULE


SALE OF ANIMALS
For every: ,
C alf ...... ............ ............ .50
Cattle- head of ...... .................. $1.20
D onkey ...... ........................ $1.00
G oat ...... ...... ...... ............ .25
Horses-above 14 hands ...... ...... ...... $2.00
Horses-under 14 hands ...... ...... ...... $1.20
MVule ...... ........................ $2.00
P ig ...... ............ ............ .504
Sheep ...... ........................ .50
Turtle ...... ...... ...... ...... .50

8. Fourth Schedule of the principal By-Laws cancelled and replaced.
The Fourth Schedule of the principal By-Laws is hereby cancelled and re-
placed as follows:-

FOURTH SCHEDULE


PRODUCE AND WOOD SOLD BY BAGS ETC.


For every bag of, or part thereof:
Charcoal-not exceeding 7 'pans'
Ground provisions ...... .
Peanuts ...............
For every bunch of:
Bananas
Plantains ............
For every dozen of:
Coconuts .......
Citrus Fruits
Pears .......
Portuguese Yams ...... ...
Other Fruits or Vegetables
Citrus Fruits per cask
For every cord of wood. ...... ...


.08o
.......12
.12


.050
...... .10o


.05
.05;
.05o5
...... .05
$1.00
...... .500









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9. Fifth Schedule of the principal By-Laws cancelled and replaced.
The Fifth Schedule of the principal By-Laws is hereby cancelled and re-
placed as follows:-

FIFTH SCHEDULE


LICENCES
Butcher-per half-year
Butcher's Assistant-per half-year
Fish Vendor-per half-year ......
Huckster-per half-year
Slaughterman-per half-year


.................. $2.50
....... ...... $2.00
.............. $1.50
.................. $1.25
............ $1.25


10. Sixth Schedule of the principal By-Laws cancelled and replaced.
The Sixth Schedule of the principal By-Laws is hereby cancelled and re-
placed as follows:-
SIXTH SCIIEDUILE


Fresh and Corned Fish:


Fees are to be collected according to the follow-
ing rates on fresh and corned fish after being
weighed or, in special cases where the weigh-
ing of the fish is impracticable, on the weight
as estimated by the Market Clerk, payable one-
half by the fisherman, seller or owner of the
fish and one-half by the licensed fish Vendor:
Provided that if the vendor is dissatisfied with
the Market Clerk's estimate he shall have the
right to appeal to the Warden whose decision
shall be final:-


Amber Cavali, Black Jack, Dolphin, Green Back Cavali,
Grouper, King Fish, Salmon, Blem, Mackerel, Red
Fish, Rooter, Sod, Yellow Tail, Albacore, Barra-
cuda, Bonita, Butter Fish, Gar, Hind, Horse-eyed
Cavali, Ocean Gar: ...... ......
Black Fish, W hale Meat .................
Anchovy, Ballahoo, Dodgers, Jack Fish (Small), Robin,
Shark .............
Spratt ..................
Unclassified .............


.02%1/ per lb.
.01/'b per lb.

.01 per lb.
.01/_ per lb.
.01' per lb.









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Made by the Kingstown Board under Section 74 of the Kingstown Board
Ordinance (Cap. 209) this 3rd day of November, 1967.

B. A. DeSHONG,
Chairman.



Confirmed by the Administrator in Council under Section 76 of the
aforesaid Kingstown Board Ordinance, this 5th day of December, 1967.


J. V. ALVES.
Administrator's Deputy.
(C.M. 74).


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 20 cents. ]
1967.




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