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Publication Date: December 27, 1967
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        Page 535
        Page 536
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        Page 538
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        Page 540
    Ordinance No. 24 of 1967: An Ordinance to sanction certain payments from the Public Treasury in addiction to the sums already sanctioned under the Appropriation Ordinance, 1964, the Supplementary Appropriation Ordinance, 1964, the Supplementary Appropriation (No. 2) Ordinance, 1964 and the Supplementary Appropriation 1964 (No. 3) Ordinance, 1965
        Page A-125
        Page A-126
    Ordinance No. 25 of 1967: An Ordinance to sanction certain payments from the Public Treasury in addiction to the sums already sanctioned under the Appropriation Ordinance, 1965, the Supplementary Appropriation Ordinance, (1965) Ordinance, 1965, the Supplementary Appropriation (1965, No. 2) Ordinance, 1965 and the Supplementary Appropriation (1965, No. 3) Ordinance, 1966
        Page A-127
        Page A-128
    Ordinance No. 26 of 1967: An Ordinance to provide for expenditure during the financial year ending on the thirty first day of December, one thousand nine hundred and sixty seven, upon certain services in excess of the Appropriation law relating to the year one thousand, nine hundred and sixty seven
        Page A-129
        Page A-130
    Ordinance No. 27 of 1967: An Ordinance further to amend the Post Office Ordinance, Chapter 134
        Page A-131
        Page A-132
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 52: The Supplies (Control) (Prices) (Replacement) Regulations, 1967
        Page B-153
        Page B-154
        Page B-155
        Page B-156
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 53: The Supplies (Control) (Fuel Prices) Regulations, 1967
        Page B-157
        Page B-158
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 54: The Customs (Amendment) Regulations, 1967
        Page B-159
        Page B-160
    Supplement to Gazette: Minutes of the Ninth Sitting of the First Session of the Legislative Council held on the 16th November, 1967
        Page C-47
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GAZETTE


VoT. 100.] SAINT VINCENT. WEDNESDAY, 27 DECEMBER, 1967. [No. 80.


(IV ()F 'NMEN T NOTIiTL S.

No. 294.
PRESS AND' RADIO RELEASE
It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that Zambia has ceased to
issue and pay British Postal Orders.
Postal Orders issued in Zambia prior
to 20th November 1967 will be paid
locally.
Ministry for Communications
and Works.
19th December, 1967.

No. 291.
BANK HOLIDAYS.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Monday, the 1st January, 1968 (New-
Year's Day) and Tuesday, the 2nd Jan-
nary, 196iS8, being a Bank Holiday, all
Public Offices will be closed on those
days.
19th December, 1967.

No. 295.
LEGISLATION.

The undermentioned Ordinances which
have been assented to by His Honour
the Administrator are published with
this issue of the Gazette:-
No. 24 of 1967.-An Ordinance to
sand tion certain payments from the
Public Treasury in addition to the
sums already sanctioned under the
Appropriation Ordinance. 1964, the
Supplementary Appropriation Or-


dinaice. 1964, the Supplementary
Appropriation (No. 2) Ordinance,
1964 and the Supplementary Ap-
propriation 1964 (No. 3) Ordin-
ane, c 1965.
No. 25 olf 1967.-An Ordinance to
sanction certain payments' from the
Public Treasury in addition to the
sums already sanctioned under the
Appropriation Ordinance, 1965,
the Supplementary Appropriation
Ordinance (1965) Ordinance, 1965,
the Supplementary Appropriation
(1965, No. 2) Ordinance, 1965 and
the Supplementary Appropriation
(1965, No. 3) Ordinance, 1966.
No. 26 of 1967.-An Ordinance to
provide for expenditure during the
financial year ending' on the thirty-
first day of December, one thousand
nine hundred and sixty seven, upon
certain services in excess of the
Appropriation law relating to the
year one thousand, nine hundred
and sixty seven.
No. 27 of 1967.-An Ordinance fur-
ihier to amend the Post Office Ordin-
anwe. Chapter 134.
(.lW. 729.)
27t !i December, 1967.

No. 296.
The 'ollowiin Docnuments are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 52.-The Supplies
(Conllol'i (Prices) (Replacement)
IRegrlations, 1967.
(T.P. 667.)


535


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536 SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 27 DECEMBER, 1967.-(No. 80.)


The Supplies (Control) (Fuel Prices)
Regulations, 1967.

The Customs (Amendment) Regula-
tions, 1967.
27th December, 1967.

No. 297.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE

Copies of the Minutes of the Ninth
Sitting of the First Session of the Legis-
lative Council held on the 16th Novem-
ber, 1967, which may be seen at Govern-
ment Office, the Kingstown Library and
all Revenue Offices are published with
this issue of the Gazette.
27th December, 1967.

No. 298.
The following Administration Reports
,re published for general information
with this issue of the Gazette:-
Lands and Surveys Department An-
nual Report for the year 1964.

Annual Report ot the Registrar of
Co-operative Societies for the year
1966.

By Command,

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Establishment Officer.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
27th December, 1967.

DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

POLICE NOTICE.

The following Traffic Regulations in
respect of Kingstown will come into
effect on Monday 8th January, 1968:-

BACK STREET.
From the corner of Road to Lee-
ward and Tyrell Street to the
corner of Halifax and Hillsboro
Streets (West).
TWO WAY.

2. From tile corner of Halifax Street
and HIillsboro Street (West) to the
corner of Orauby Street and Mur-
ray's Road.
WEST TO EAST.

3. From the corner of Granby Street
and Murrays' Road to the corner of
Granby and Sharpe Streets.
TWO WAY.


BAY STREET.
From the corner of Queen Street
and Bay Streets to the corner of the
unnamed Street near Connell's
House and Bay Street.
TWO WAY.

2. From the corner of the unnamed
Street near Connell's House and
Bay Street to the Corner of James
and Bay Streets.
EAST TO WEST.

3. From the corner of James and Bay
Streets to the corner of Sharpe and
Bay Streets.
TWO WAY.

MIDDLE STREET.
From the corner of Queen Street
and Middle Street to the corner of
Bedford and Middle Streets.
WEST TO EAST.

2. From the corner of Hillsboro and
Middle Streets to the corner of
Egmont and Middle Streets.
WEST TO EAST.

3. From the corner of Egmont and
Middle Streets to the corner of
James and Middle Streets.
EAST TO WEST.

4. From the corner of James and Mid-
dle Streets to the corner of Sharpe
and Middle Streets.
WEST TO EAST.

QUEEN STREET.
From the corner of Tyrell and
Queen Streets to the corner of Bay
and Queen Streets.
TWO WAY.

UNNAMED STREET NEAR
EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT.
From the corner of Bay Street to
Grenville (Back) Street.
SOUTH TO NORTH.

UNNAMED STREET NEAR
CONNELL'S HOUSE
From the corner of Grenville Street
to Bay Street.
NORTH TO SOUTH.

HIGGINSON STREET.
From the corner of Bay Street to
the corner of Grenville Street.
SOUTH TO NORTH.












SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 27 DECEMBER, 1967.-(No. 80.) 53,


IMELVILLE STREET.
From the corner of Grenville
Itr..et to the corner of Bay Street.
NORTH TO SOUTH.

EDFORD STREET.
From the corner of Bay Street to
the corner of Halifax Street.
SOUTH TO NORTH

KTLLSBORO STREET
From the corner of Bay Street to
the corner of Middle and Hillsboro
Streets.
SOUTH TO NORTH.

II1LLSBORO STREET (WEST)
From the corner of Middle Street
to the corner of Halifax Street.
SOUTH TO NORTH.

EILLSBORO STREET (EAST)
From the corner of Halifax Street
to the corner of Middle and Hills-
boro Streets.
NORTH TO SOUTH.

EGMONT STREET.
From the corner of Halifax Street
to the corner of Bay Street.
NORTH TO SOUTH.

SOUTH RIVER ROAD.
From the corner of Bay Street to
the corner of Granby Street.
SOUTH TO NORTH.

JAMES STREET.
From the corner of Granby Street
to the corner of Bay Street.
SOUTH TO) NORTH.

SHARPE STREET.
From the corner of Granby Street
To the corner of Bay Street.
TWO WAY.

BONADIE STREET.
From the corner of Middle Street
to the corner of Granby Street.
SOUTH TO NORTH.

HOSPITAL ROAD
(ROAD TO LEEWARD)
From the corner of Tyrell Street to
the corner of Bentinck Square and
Hospital Road.
SOUTH TO NORTH.

NORTH RIVER ROAD.
From the corner of Grenville Street
to Peeble's Bridge.
SOUTH TO NORTH.


VICTORIA PARK ROAD.
Anti-clockwise direction from Pee-
ble's Bridge to Bentinck Square
Road.

FERNSIDE ROAD.
From the corner of North River
Road to Paul's Avenue Road.

McK ES HILL BETWEEN LYRIC
CINEMA AND HADDON
HOTEL.
Vehicles will travel in a westerly
direction from Haddon Hotel to
the top of McKies Hill thence in a
southerly direction to Lyric Cinema.

LONG LANE UPPER.
Between Sharpe Street and Cane
Garden Road.
EAST TO WEST.

RICHMOND HILL ROAD.
Between Murray's Road and Kings-
town IHill Road (Ashes Corner).
WEST TO EAST.

KINGSTOWN HILL ROAD.
Between Ashes Corner and Cane
< arde i Road.
NORTH TO SOUTH.

Si-:\N HILL ROAD.
Between Ashes Corner and Mur-
ray's Road (Sion Hill).
SOUTH TO NORTH.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police

Licensing Authority.,
21st December, 1967.


EDUCATION NOTICE.

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
7
(a) Recommendations from the Edu-
cation Officer.
(b) Birth Certificates of candidates.












538 SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 27 DECEMBER, 1967.-(No. 80.)


(c) Receipts showing that the neces-
sary fees have been paid into the
Treasury must be handed in to
the Local Correspondent, Mr.
J. J. Antrobus, not later than
3.00) p.m. on Wednesday 31st
January, 1968.

J. J. ANTROBUS,
Local Secretary.
6th December, 1967.


SAINT VINCENT

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT

IN THE HIGII COURT

(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1967


IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF ADA ROMEO
Deceased.

Suer No. 130/1964.

BET WEEN :-

DONALD ROMEO (on behalf]
of himself and all other l
beneficiaries of the }-Pii;i
above named Estate Ada
Romeo deceased. J

AND


RACHAEL CUPID
of Camden Park


-Defendalnt


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-
RACIIAEL 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 Recgistrar Supreme Court.


NOTICE.

Public Assistance Recipients are
hereby notified that Public Assistance
for the month of January, 1968 would
be paid at Questelles on the 11th Janu-
ary. 196(i, Cdaliamqua, Stubbs, Biabou
and Marriaqua on 12th January, 1968
and at Kingstown on 13th January,
1968.

A. I. PAYNE,
Acting Social Welfare Officer.
18th December, 1967.












SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 27 DECEMBER, 1967.-(No. 80.) 539


WAGES REGULATIONS PROPOSALS.

PROPOSALS ONLY-To be posted until 3rd January, 1968.

Further notice will be given if a Wages Regulations Order is made giving effect
to the proposals set out hereiunder.

WAGES COUNCIL ORDER, No. 1 of 1967.

THE AGRICULTURAL WORKERS WAGES COUNCIL.

The Agricultural Wages Council hereby gives notice of its intention to
submit to the Administrator proposals for fixing the Statutory minimum
remuneration and holidays' with pay specified in the Schedule below.
The Wages Council will consider any written representation with respect
to these proposals sent to it within 14 days from 19th day of December, 1967.
Any such representation should be signed by the person making the same (giving
his or her address) and sent to the Secretary of the Wages Council. Copies
of the proposals can also be obtained from the Secretary of the Wages Council.
It is desirable that persons making objections should state the precise
grounds of their objection.
Dated this 13th day of December, 1967. Issued by the Order of the Agricul-
tural Workers' Wages Council.
R. IRVIN SAMUEL,
Secretary.
Ministry of Trade, Production, Labour & Tourism,
Department of Labour.
Upper Bay Street,
Kingstown.


SCHEDULE
MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR TIME WORK
1. The Minimum remuneration to be paid to the workers to whom this
Order applies, employed on time-work, shall be as follows:-
Men . $1.90 per day for a day of 8 hours
Women . $1.55 per day for a day of 8 hours

MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR OVERTIME
2. Whenever a worker to whom this Order applies, employed on time-work
works with the consent of his employer for more than eight hours on any
ordinary day lie shall be paid (except as is hereinafter provided) for every
hour or part thereof time and a half, and for all work done on Sundays and
Public Holidays, double time: Provided that this does not apply to stockmen,
grooms and workers employed on shift system but whose total earnings must
not be less than the daily minimum wage when such earnings are divided by
the number of days worked in the period whether paid on a weekly, fortnightly
or monthly basis.
Watchmen employed under this Order shall not receive less than the
daily minimum wage when such earnings are divided by the number of hours
actually worked in the period whether paid on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly
basis.

MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR PIECE WORK AND TASK WORK
The minimum remuneration to be paid to workers, to whom this Order
applies, when employed on piece-work, or task-work shall be as follows:-
Digging arrowroot: 41 cents per basket measuring 28" in diameter and
filled to a height of 14".
Digging peanuts: 28 cents per kerosene tin filled to the height of the
tin.


3 cents per lb. (No deduction for moisture).


Picking cotton:











540 SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 27 DECEMBER, 1967.-(No. 80.)


Provided that where a worker is employed on any piece-work or task-work
the employer shall be deemed to pay wages at less than the minimum wage
unless he shows that the rate for the period of 8 hours was not less than the
minimum wage for a day.

HOLIDAYS WITH PAY
3. Every worker to whom this Order applies shall be entitled to holidays
with pay as' follows:-
(1) 7 days holidays with pay for 201 days and over worked
(2) 6 days holidays with pay for 176-200 days worked
(3) 5 days holidays with pay for 151-175 days worked
(4) 4 days holidays' with pay for 126-150 days worked
(5) 3 days holidays with pay for 100-125 days worked.


TREASURY NOTICE.



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 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 ae. 1 rd. 37 pls. of land


Royal Cato

Charles Minors


Hopewell 9 poles of land

Cane End I rd. 4 pIs. of land


$270.00 14.10.67

$10.00 14.10.67

$18.00 14.10.67


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SAINT VINCENT.

No. 24 of 1967.


I Assent,

H. GEORGE,
[ L.S. ] Administrator,
21st December, 1967.
AN ORDINANCE to sanction certain payments from the Public
Treasury in addition to the sums already sanctioned under
the Appropriation Ordinance, 1964, the Supplementary
Appropriation Ordinance, 1964, the Supplementary Appro-
priation (No. 2) Ordinance, 1964 and the Supplementary
Appropriation 1964 (No. 3) Ordinance, 1965.
[ 27th December, 1967. ]
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by
and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council of
Saint Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Supplementary Short title.
Appropriation (1964, No. 4) Ordinance, 1967.
2. The sums set forth in the Schedule hereto amounting Supplementary
in the whole to the sum of Twenty-six Thous'and Three Hundred Appropriation.
and Fifteen Dollars and Thirty Cents which sums have been
drawn from the Public Treasury and paid for the services of
the Colony during the year commencing 1st January and ending
31st December, 1964, both inclusive, in addition to the sums No. 4 of 1964.
granted by the Appropriation Ordinance, 1964, the Supplemen- No. 9 of 1964.
tary Appropriation Ordinance, 1964, the Supplementary Appro- No. 12 of 1964.
priation (No. 2) Ordinance, 1964 and the Supplementary
Appropriation 1964 (No. 3) Ordinance, 1965 are hereby declared No. 3 of 1965.

1













N..24,, i,.. 1,,t1 11. Appropriation 1964 (No. 4).


to have been lawfully paid and appropriated out of the General
Revenue ofl the Colony for the sen ices mentioned in the said
Schedule.


SCHEDULE

Head Service Amount

RECURRENT
$
15 MINISTRY OF SOCIAL' SERVICES .. .. 242.42
24 MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND WORKS .. 1,752.48
28 POST OFFICE .. .. .. .. .. 6,224.64
32. MISCELLANEOUS .. .. .. .. .. 18,095.76

TOTAL .. $26,315.30



Passed the Lcgislatire Council this 16th day of November, 1967.


0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.


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No. 24.


1967.





















SAINT VINCENT.

No. 25 of 1967.

I Assent,


H. f-EORGE,

Administrator.


21st Deeember, 196i7.

AN ORDINANCE to sanction certain payments from the Public
Treasury in addition to the sums already sanctioned under
the Appropriation Ordinance. 1965, the Supplementary
Appropriation Ordinance (1965) Orlinance, 1965, the
Supplementary Appropriation (1965, No. 2) Ordinance,
1965 and the Supplementary Appropriation (1965, No. 3)
Ordinance, 1966.

2[ 7th December, 1967. ]

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by
and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council of
Saint Vincent and by the authority of the same as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Supplementary Short title.
Appropriation (1965, No. 4) Ordinance, 1967.


2. The sums set forth in the Schedule hereto amounting
in the whole to the sum of Sixty-three Thousand Two Hundred
and Forty-nine dollars and Seventy-four cents. which sums have
been drawn from the Public Treasury and paid for the services
of the Colony during the year commencing 1st January and
ending 31st December, 1965, both inclusive in addition to the

3 2 S. 7.2' S
S / -/ CT


Legalisation of
Expenditure in
excess of
Appropriation.


[ L.S. ]











NS.ppl'

No. 6 of 1965.
No. 14 of 1965.
So. 15 of 1965.
No. 3 of 1966.


sumsiii granted by the Appropriation Ordinance 1965, the Supple-
mentary Appropriation (1965) Ordinance 1965, the Supplemen-
tary Appropriation (1965, No. 2) Ordinance 1965, and the
Supplenntary Appropriation (1965, No. 3) Ordinance, 1966
iare here' declared to have been lawfully paid and appropriated
oul of thl General Revenue of the Colony for the services men-
tioned in dhe said Schedule.


SCHEDULE


Head


Service


Amount


PART I-RECURRENT


PENSIONS


MINISTRY <., SOCIAL SERVICES


.. $15,198.64


419.38


28 POST ()FFI'E


.. 6,651.64


30 PUBLIC WOI:KS RECURRENT .. .. .. 35,816.00

TOTAL RECURRENT .. $58,085.66


PART II-CAPITAL


51 POLICE .


.. $ 5,164.08


Passed( the Lrgislatirr Coitncil i Iis. 16th delay of Novem ber, 1967.


0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.


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1967.


No. 25.






















SAINT VINCENT


No. 26 of 1967.

I Assent,

H. GEORGE,

[ L.S. ] Administrator.

21st December, 1967.

AN ORDINANCE to provide for expenditure during the
financial year ending on the thirty-first day of December,
one thousand nine hundred and sixty seven, upon certain
services in excess of the Appropriation law relating to the
year one thousand, nine hundred and sixty seven.

[ 27th December, 1967. ]

WHEREAS the sum of money granted by the Appropriation
Ordinance 1967 for the services of the year ending on the thirty-
first day of December one thousand nine hundred and sixty
seven is insufficient to meet the demands of such services.

BE IT ENACTED by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty by
and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council of
Saint Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may he cited as the Supplementary Short title.
Appropriation (1967 No. 3) Ordinance 1967.


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130

Supplcnm ntary Appropriation (1967 No. 3).


1967.


2. There shall be, and there is hereby granted to Her
Majesty the Queen, Her Heirs and Successors for the year
ending on the thirty-first day of December, one thousand nine
hundred and sixty seven the sum of sixty-eight thousand seven
hundred and twenty-three dollars to be paid and appropriated
out of the General Revenue of the Colony and other funds of
the Colony for the said year and to be applied and expended in
the manner and for the services mentioned in the Schedule to
this Ordinance.


SCHEDULE

RECURRENT ESTIMATES


Service

JUDICIAL
INI .\ND REVENUE
SUBVENTIONS
MEDICAL & HEALTH
AGRICULTURE
LABOUR ..
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
P.W.D. RECURRENT


CAPITAL


Amount
$
.. 3,000
7,000
8,018
30
!10
10
1,145
24,000

43,213


54 COMMUNICATIONS & WORKS


.. 25,510

TOTAL .. $68,723


Passed the L. *,i;,\., Council this 16th day of November, 1967.


0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.


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No. 26.


Appropriation
of $68,723 for
the services of
the Colony for
the year 1967.


Head




















SAINT VINCENT.


No. 27 of 1967.

I Assent,
H. GEORGE,

[ L.S. ] Administrator.

21st December, 1967.

AN ORDINANCE further to amend the Post Office Ordinance,
Chapter 134.
[ 27th December, 1967. ]

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by
and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council of
Saint Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Post Office (Amend- Short title.
inent) Ordinance, 1967, and shall be read as one with the Post
Office Ordiniiinc'. (hereinafter referred to as the principal Cap. 131.
Ordinance) and all amendments thereto.
2. Section 22 of the principal Ordinance is amended by- Addition of
new paragraph
(a) inserting the following paragraph after paragraph to section 22 of
(q) :- principal
"(r) All matters relating to the use and custody Ordinance.
of postal franking machines;" and
"< (b) renumbering paragraph (r) as paragraph (s).

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No. 27. Post Office (Amendment). 1967.


Addition of 3. After section 39 of the principal Ordinance, the fol-
new section to lowing section shall be inserted:-
principal
Ordinance. Licence to 40. (1) The Postmaster may grant licences
use postal to use postal franking machines, together with
franking such meter or meters and franking and date
stamp die or dies as may be specified therein,
at any place in Saint Vincent on such terms
and conditions (including the payment of fees)
as may be set out in the licence.

(2) The Postmaster may cancel a licence
granted under this section if any of the terms
and conditions thereof or if any regulation
made under this Ordinance in relation to postal
franking machines is contravened.

(3) Any person using a postal franking
machine without having a licence in force
therefore shall be liable, on summary conviction,
to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars,
and in case of a continuing offence to a further
fine of one hundred dollars for each day during
which the offence continues.


Passed the Legislative Council this 16th day of November, 1967.


0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.
(C.W. 739).


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153

SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1967, No. 52...'

SUPPLIES (CONTROL) (PRICES) (REPLACEUVENa) ,lEG NATIONS.

(Gazetted.27th December, 1967.) / c'

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Si.ies (Control)
(Prices) (Replacement) Regulations-, 1967.

2. Interpretation. In these Regulations-
AREA "A" means the town of Kingstown.
AREA "B" means all other places throughout the Colony other than
those mentioned in Areas "A" and "C".
AREA "C" means all places within the boundaries commencing at the
mouth of the Richmond River thence along the river to its source
and the parish boundary thence Northward along the central range
and parish boundary to the watershed between the Owia River
and the Acayau River thence along this ridge to the source of the
Acayau River and along this river to the sea thence along -the coast
to the point of commencement; also La Pompe and Paget Farm
in Bequia and the remainder of the St. Vincent Grenadines.

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, (1) Any person who sells or offers or
attempts or agrees to setll- i nff.r anyv article described in the Schedule to
these Regulations at a:pr ~igl'a'.,.Than the maximum, price permitted by
these Regulations shlalPl' guilty of N-'.0:ence and shall be liable on summary
conviction to a fine go6 exceeding $10.6 or on a second or subsequent con-
viction to a fine not' ing $250.0., "'
(2) For the pu pbses of-himregul i,4 a person shall be deemed to sell
or offer or attempt or agree to'i as the case may be whether or not such
sale or offer or attel'pt'-r agreement.t&,sell be effected by him personally or
through an agent or "anplbyg. /' c'.
5. Revocation. The Suppli, (Control) (Prices) Regulations, 1967,
(S.R. & 0. 1967, No. 29) is hereby revoked.
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SCHEDULE


Article


Sugar-imported-
Washed Grey or Grey
Crystals

,Rice (Demerara)-
First Quality

Cooking Oil



Skimmmed Milk


Fine Salt


Maximum Wholesale
Price

$12.80 per 100 lbs.



$27.00 per bag of
177 lbs.

$150.00 per drum of
45 gallons
'$3.65 per gallon


$16.00 per sack of 50 lbs

$2.60 per 50 lb. sack
1$3.00 per 60 lb. sack
$3.80 per 75 lb. sack


Maximum Retail Price


Area"A" Area"B"
140 per lb. [14-1 per lb.



17- per lb. 180 per lb.


66 per bottle 700 per bottle
of 26 oz. of 26 oz.
17 per bottle 18 per bottle
of 64 oz. of 6- oz.


Area"C"
15# per lb.



18- per lb.


70 per bottle
of 26 oz.
18 per bottle
of 61 oz.


. 360 per lb. 138O per lb. 139- per lb.

S6 per lb. 7 per lb. 740 per lb.


Sardines in oil (Canadian) $15.50 per case of i180 per tin
100 tins-31 ozs. each

Chicken:
Whole dressed-Broilers 95 per lb. $1.25 per lb.
do. -Roasters $1.00 per lb. $1.30 per lb.
do. -Stewers 850 per lb. $1.10 per lb.
Legs and Breasts (loose) $1.05 per lb. $1.35 per lb.
Wings (loose) 70 per lb. 850 per lb.
Backs and Necks (loose) 300 per lb. 400 per lb.


In lots of 6 doz. and
over
Extra large 2 oz.
and over $1.42
per doz.
Large-2 to 24 oz.
$1.30 per doz.
Medium-1 1 oz. to
2 oz. $1.18 per doz.
Small-under 14 oz.
1.06 per doz.


$1.56 per doz.


20 per tin



$1.25 per lb.
$1.30 per lb.
$1.10 per lb.
$1.35 per lb.
87# per lb.
420 per lb.


210 per tin



$1.25 per lb.
$1.30 per lb.
$1.10 per lb.
$1.35 per lb.
880 per lb.
43 per lb.


$1.56 per doz. $1.56 per doz.


$1.44 per doz. $1.44 per doz.! $1.44 per doz.


$1.32 per doz.

$1.20 per doz.


$1.32 per doz. $1.32 per doz.

$1.20 per doz. $1.20 per doz.


I


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155


Article Maximum Wholesale Maximum Retail Price
Price
Area"A" Area"B" Area"C"
Cabbage-Local In quantities of 20 lbs. 35 per lb. 320 per lb. 32 per lb.
and over 250 per lb.

do. -Imported In quantities of 20 lbs. 300 per lb. 320 per lb. 320 per lb.
and over 200 per lb.


Lumber:
Pitch Pine-Board 460 per ft. 461 per ft. 47 per ft.
do. -Scantling 46 per ft. 48 per ft. 49 per ft.
White Pine-Board 54 per ft. 56 per ft. 57 per ft.



Made by the Administrator in Council under section 3 of the Supplies
(Control) Ordinance, 1954 (No. 10 of 1954) this 5th day of December, 1967.

HUTSON L. MARTINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.


Approved by the Legislative Council this 21st day of December, 1967.


0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.
(T.P. 667.)


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY R ORDERS,

7, No. 53.


SUPPLIES (CONTROL ELS P CS REGULATIONS.


(Gazetted 27th December, 1967.)


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Supplies (Controll
(Fuels Prices) Regulations, 1967.
2. Interpretation. In these Regulations-
Area "A" means all places served by ,a fuel delivery truck.
Area "B" means all places not served by a-fuel delivery truck.
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 article described in the said Sched-
ule may be sold in the area mentioned in the said Schedule.
4. Qffences and Penalties. (1) Any person who sells or offers or
attempts or agrees to sell or. offer the article described in the Schedule to
these Regulations at a Tprice higher than, the maximum price permitted by
these Regulations,, shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on sum-
inary conviction to a fine hot exceeding $190.00 or on a second or subsequent
eonyietion to a fine not exceeding $250.00.
o (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 he effected by him personally or
through an agent or employee.
5. Revocation. The Supplies (Control) (Kerosene Prices) Regulations,
1967 (S.R. & O. 1967, No. 31) are hereby revoked.


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SCHEDULE


Gasolene:

Premium


Regular


Dieselene


Kerosene


831/._ per gallon


711,%/ per gallon


49 per gallon


481/2 per gallon


79# per
gallon

560 per
gallon

560 per
gallon

10 -per
26 oz. bottle


Made by the Administrator in Council under section 3 of the Supplies
(Control) Ordinance, 1954 (No. 10 of 1954) this 12th day of December, 1967.


HUTSON L. MARTINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.


Approved by the Legislative Council this 21st day of December, 1967.

0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.
(T.P. 667).


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1967.


$1.02 per
gallon

880 per
gallon

.64 per
gallon

624 per
gallon










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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1967, No. 54.


CUSTOMS (AMENDMENT) REGULATION


(Gazetted 27th December, 1967N:.'


1. Short title. These Regulations nav be cit6 Es th-'Customs (Amend-
ment) Regulations, 1967, and shall be tead as one with ,treRegulations made
by the Administrator in Council under section 120 o efAhe-nstoms Ordinance
and gazetted on the 29th day of January, 1929. ( +er.eya r referred to as the
principal Regulations) and all amendments thereto.
2. Regulation 6 of principal Regulations amended. Paragraph (a) of
regulation 6 of the principal Regulations as revoked and replaced by the
Customs (Amendment) Regulations, 1959 (S.R. & 0. 1959, No. 40) is hereby
revoked and replaced as follows:-
(a) For every hour or part of an hour between the hours of
6.00 a.m. and 8.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. and 9.00 p.m. on
Monday, Tuesdays, Wednesdays', Thursdays and Fridays
and between the hours of 6.00 a.m. and 8.00 a.m. and
12 noon and 9.00 p.m. on Saturdays .. .. .. $1.20.
3. Commencement. These Regulations shall come into force on the 1st
day of January, 1968.

Made by the Administrator in Council under section 120 of the Customs
Ordinance (Cap. 183) this 19th day of December, 1967.

HUTSON L. MARTINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.

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SAINT VINCENT

MINUTES OF TIlE NINTH SITTING OF TIHE FIRST SESSION OF THE
LEGISLATIVE ('C~iNCIL, HELD AT THE COUNCIL CIIAMBER,
KINGSTOWN, ON THURSDAY, 16TH NOVEMBER, 1967
AT 10 A.M.


PRESENT


The Honourable C. ST. C. DACON, SpeaJ.'rr,
R. M. CATO. Mcmab;-" for East St. George, Chief Minister,
, ,, S. E. SLATER, M31mb(r for North Leeward, Minister for
Communications and Works,
,, J. L. EUSTACE, .11(mbr, for Soiilh Lecward, Minister for
Education and Social Scrrices,
. J. F. MITCHELL, MI3nmbr for the GCrenadincs, Ministe r for
Trade, Production, Labour and Tourism,
. L. C. LATATrnA, -MImbcr for South lWindward, Mcmnber without
Portfolio,
,, ,, E. T. Jos-rS, .cmbi'r for Ce ntral Windward, Leader of the
Opposition,
Mrs. I. I. JosHuA. Member for Yorth Windward,
,, R. F. MARKSMAN, 31nmer for West St. George,
) H. K. TANNIS, MJnbc;- f'or King.town,
J. A. FERDINAND, NoMi nIt(d Mfmibe'.


ABSENT "


The Honourable N. 0. JAcoBs, Acting Attorney General,
,, E. A. C. HU(HES, i\,,iinaot(d rembecr.
PRAYERS:
Mr. Speaker read the prayers of the Counmil.

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES:
Minutes of the Sitting held on 30th October, 1967 copies' of which had
been previously circulated were taken as read and were confirmed.

PRESENTATION OF PAPERS:
The following members laid on the Table of the Council the papers indicated
hereunder:

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The Chief Minister & Minister of Finance on behalf of the Acting Attorney
General:

Council Paper No. 10 of 1967: Registrar General's Report for the
years 1962-1966.

Minister for Social Services & Education:

Council Paper No. 11 ofl 1967: Report on the Probation Service for
the year 1965.

Council Paper No. 12 of 1967: Annual Report on the Treatment of
Offenders for the year 1965.

Council Paper No. 13 ol' 19;i7: Annual Report on the Treat-menit of
Offenders for the year 1966.

ORAL ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS
1. lion. R. F. MARKSMAN (W\est St. George) asked the Minister for Conmumni-
cations & Works when was the last time lie visited the following roads in
West St. George: The Dauphi.new/Gomea road, the Ashburton road, the
ll(lair Land Settlement road and the Fenton road.

The Minister replied: The roads referred to were visited twice in
October and once already during the current month.

Supplementary Question:
Hon. R. F. Marksman (West St. George) asked: Is the Minister
satisfied with the condition of the roads as he saw them.

The Minister replied: I am certainly not satisfied with the condition
of the roads throughout the territory-not only in West St. George.

2. lIon. R. F. MARKSMAN (West St. George) asked the Minister for Communi-
eations & Works what is the reason for the delay in removing landslides
months old from the Belair Land Settlement road and the Dauphine/Gomea
road.

The Minister replied : The Ministry for Communications and Works
has been engaged since 8th September 1967 in clearing landslides through-
out the whole Territory.

Because of the limited funds at its disposal, priority is being given
to making as many roads as possible passable, and this is the situation il the
West St. George District.












3. Hon. R. F. MARKSMAN (West St. George) asked the Minister for Communi-
catio s & Works when the necessary repairs and reconstruction of roads
in the West St. George area will be done.

The Minister replied: Road Maintenance has been and is still being
carried out in all Districts up to the present time.

Government has recognized the need for reconstruction of many roads in
the Territory, but has concentrated so far on the highways. Reconstruction
of other roads will be undertaken as and when funds become available and
according to priorities.

Supplmentary Question:

lion. R. F. Marksman (West St. Georgo) asked : Would the Minister
consider that the very bad roa-'ls in West St. George s,';;uld be on the
priority list which he has spoken about or would he continue victimization.

The Minister replied: That is; in the hands of the experts and I am
sure that priority would be given to all roads in St. Vincent.

4. Hon. E. T. JosHUA (Central Windward) asked the Chief Minister and
Minister of Finance whether Government will seek to establish the
"Accounts Conmmittee" system in the Legislative Council as soon as possible
in order to check in detail the expenditure of public funds.

The Chief Minister & Minister of Finance Replied: Government is
concerned that in spite of the many financial irregularities over the last
ten years, the previous Goverment has never seen it fit to establish an
"Accounts Committee."

This Government will seek to do so as soon as possible.


STATEMENTS HY MINISTERS

1. The Minister for Trade, Production. Labour & Tourism made the following
statement:

U.S. FARM WORIKERIS REC!?UITMENT 1957
The recruitment of farm workers' to be employed in the United States,
was done by the Ministry of Labour between the 15th and 18th and by the
United States Recruitment Officers on the 19th September.

The following is a breakdown of employment opportunity spread
throughout the island.













Place Number Called NuLmber rejected Number Selected
by U.S. by U.S.
Recruiters Authorities


North Windward 35 13 22

Central Windward 52 21 31

South Windward 20 8 12

East St. George 49 19 30

West St. George 38 18 20

Kingstown 36 22 14

Sonth Leeward 25 11 14

North Leeward 43 20 23

Grenadines 29 20 9

Not Classified 6 6 -


333 158

Number requested by ITT.S. Employers
North & Ce('(ral Windward 23
Other Area-; 11

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The Minister for Education and Social Services made the following
Statement:
LABORATORY AT KINGSTOWN GENERAL HOSPITAL

One year ago on the 24th November, two prominent Rochester (New
York, U.S.A.) citizens, Dr. William MaeEllvan and Mr. Stanley Nowroeki
lost their lives upon returning home from a mission of mercy and friendship











to St. Vincent. They had flown ]-:;'t of a $50,000 gift of medicines and
supplies from the citizens of Rot-ester and several U.S.A. firms to St.
Vincent when on the last lap of their return they encountered a severe
storm which caused their small private craft to crash in the hills of Penn-
sylvania. It was only natural that their fellow citizens of Rochester re-
sponded to this heart-breaking tragedy by deciding to establish an
appropriate memorial in honour of these noble men.
In view of th,' nature of their mission and the subsequent awareness
of the dire need for diagnostic laboratory services at our General Hospital,
consideration has been given to the donation of a fully equipped medical
laboratory to, this territory as a fitting memorial. it is quite evident that
having a proper laboratory in our hospital, rapid diagnosis can be obtained
which will result in the alleviation of much suffering and the saving of
lives.

On Monday 13th November Dr. Leo Cravitz, a top-ranking Laboratory
Consultant and Doctor of Public Health at the Rochester General Hospital,
flew into St. Vincent to hold discussions with Government and Medical
Staff in order to work out the details for establishing this Memorial Labora-
tory. In the meantime the people of Rochester have incorporated an appro-
priate Foundation to which funds can be donated. The citizens of Rochester
are famed for their philanthropy and interest in world-health programmes,
so that no difficulty is envisaged in raising the funds necessary to meet the
cost of the laboratory. In fact, certain amounts have already been donated
but on the 24th November, the anniversary date of the tragedy, a fund-
raising drive will be embarked upon employing the media of television,
radio and press. The success of this endeavour is further assured by the
fact that it has the full support of the families' of Dr. MacEilvan and Mr.
Nowrocki and is spearheaded by their colleagues and friends, notably Drs.
McDonald and Farrel, Mr. Alan Ilickock noted Industrialist and Philan-
thropist, and Mr. Tom Decker, prominent in radio and television circles.

The name of Mr. John IIous pr is actively associated with this' project
since it was at his holiday resort on Young Island that his Rochester guests
and other professional and sympathetic persons were brought in direct
contact with our people and their urgent needs and shortages in specialized
areas of health care. Mr. Houser continues to display a keen interest in
helping to bring this project to fruition and has actively assisted in main-
taining the necessary liaison relationship.

In order to maintain efficient utilization of the laboratory and to
provide a continuing programme of cooperation between St Vincent and
Rochester, it is contemplated that a Training Scheme will be developed
whereby local laboratory technicians will be trained at the Rochester Gen-
eral Hospital and be further supported by interim visits of laboratory
specialists from Rochester. In addition, it is hoped that further exploration
may result in an exchange of medical personnel and that certain medical











and surgical specialists will be en urgedgd to take brief tours of duty, in
St. Vincent. It is also envisaged that advanced medical students and
residents could obtain worthwhile experience and research opportunity in
particular endemic tropical diseases so that mutual attractive programmes
could be developed. Such schemes would guarantee that the sacrifice of
life by these two noble Rochesterians will indeed not have been in vain.

Therefore be it known that the Government and people of St. Vincent
are deeply grateful to all who have a hand in this project and to the people
of Rochester who are prepared to make the Memorial Laboratory a reality
in the very near future. This Government pledges that it will do everything
in its power to help expedite the establishment of the laboratory and the
further development of a programme of mutual cooperation and friendship
between our two communities.

MOTION--BUISINESS OF THE COUNCIL
With the consent of Mr. Speaker and the assent of members present notice
was dispensed with in the case of 1he following resolution which was accordingly
listed on the Order Paper as' No. 7A (S.0. 25) :
7A. The Minister for Trade, Production, Labour & Tourism to move:
BE IT RESOLVED that this Council approve the Export (Sea Foods)
Regulations made by the Administrator in Council on the 31st day of
October, 1967.

ORDERS OF THE DAY
1. The Supplemcentanry Appropriation (1967, No. 3) Bill was introduced and
read a first time.
The Honourable Chief Minisier moved that tlie Bill be now read a
second time. (S.O. 64.)
Question put and agreed to.
Bill read a second time.
The Honourable Chief Minister briefly debafod the Bill.
Council went into Committee of Supply to consider the Bill.
Council resumed.
Bill reported, read the third time by title and passed without amend-
ment-no further debate arising.
2. The Supplementary Appropriation (1961, No. i) Bill was introduced and
read a first time.
The Honourable Chief Minister moved that the Bill be now read a
second time. (S.O. 64).












Question put and agreed to.
Bill read a secondd time.

The Honourable E. T. Joshua commenced his debate on the Bill. Dur-
ing the debate, various points of order were raised, and these culminated
with several members being in possession of the floor at the same time.
Mr. Speaker rose and called the House to order. The Members speaking,
however, did not immediately resume their seats (S.O. 40, para. 2) ; where-
upon Mr. Speaker suspended the sitting for 15 minutes (S.O. 41, para. 10).
Sitting suspended 11.35 a.m. (Grave disorder.)
Hitting resumed 11.50 a.m.
The Honourable E. T. Joshua concluded his debate.
The Honourable J. F. Mitchell joined the debate.
Sitting suspended 12.30 pl.m. (Luncheon.)
Sitting resumed 2.30 p.m.
The Honourable J. F. Mitchell concluded his debate.
The Hoinourables 11. K. Taulis and R. F. Marksman joined the debate.
The Honourable Chief Minister replied.
Council went into Committee of Supply to consider the Bill.
Council resumed.
Bill reported, read the third time by title and passed without amend-
ment.

3. The Supplm'cintary Appropriation (1965, No. 1) Bill was introduced and
read a first time.
The Honourable Chief Minister moved that the Bill be now read a
second time. (S.O. 64.)
Question put and agreed to.
Bill read a second time.
The Honourable E. T. Joshua debated the Bill.
The IHonourable J. L. Eustace joined the debate.
The Honourable Chief Minister replied.
Council went into Conmmitt-e of Supply to consider the Bill.
Council resumed.
Bill reported, read the third time by title and passed without amend-
ment.
Sitting suspended 4.30 p.m. (Tea.)
Sitting resumed 5.00 p.m

4. The Bay Rom and Perfumed Spirits. Bill was introduced and read a first
time.











5. The Arnos Vale Airport (Arnhio ,' nt) Bill was introduced and read a
first timune.

6. The Minister for Communications & Works moved that the Post Office
(Amendment) Dill he now read a second time.
Question put and agreed to.
Bill read a second time.
The Honourable iT. K. Tannis deb, ,ed the Bill.
The Hononrables E. T. Joshua and J. L. Eustace joined the debate.
Council went iito Conimmittee to consider the Bill.
Council reIfsLmled.
Bill reported, read the third time by title and passed without amend-
ment.

7. Motion made and Question put aid agreed to that the second reading of
the Prisoi.s 1i1 I,' deferred to the next ordinary sitting of the Council.

8. The Minister for Trade, Production, Labour & Tourism moved the following
motion:

BE IT RESOLVED that this Council approve the Export (Sea Foods)
Reg-clatioi,; ::ade b1 the Administrator in Council on the 31st day of
October, 1967.

Question proposed.
The Minister debated the notion.
The Honourales E. T. J.oshua, II. K. Taniis and J.'L. Eustace joined
the debate.
The Minister replied.
Question put and resolved in the .il'i, n..tn without division.
It being 5.50 o'clock, Motion made and Question put and agreed to that
Standing Order No. 10 para. 2 be suspended in order that the Throne Speech
could be debated without interruption at 6.00 o'clock. (S.O. 11, para. 2).

9. The Honourable Chief Minister moved that the motion standing in his
name be amended a follows:
BE IT REO,;LVED that an humble address of thanks be presented to
His Honour the Administrator for the gracious speech which he
delivered to the Legislative Council.

Question of amendment put and agreed to.
Motion as amended proposed.
The Honourable E. T. Joshua commenced his debate on the motion.










55

It being 6.30 o'clock, Mr. Speaker called upon a Minister to move "that
this Council do now adjourn." (S.O. 11, para 4).
Motion made and Question proposed "that this Council do now adjourn."
Question put and ag-reed to.
Council adjourned accordingly at 6.35 p.m.

C. St. C. DACON,
Speaker.



Confirmed this 21st day of December, 1967.


C. St. C. DACON,
Speaker.




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