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    Ordinance No. 9 of 1968: An Ordinance to amend the Aliens (Land-Holding Regulations) Ordinance, which regulates the holding of Land by Aliens and Companies under Alien control
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 13: The Supplies (Control) (Prices) (Replacement) (Amendment No. 2) Regulations, 1968
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


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VoL. 101.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 MARCH, 1968. [No. 18.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 46.
LEGISLATION.
The undermentioned Ordinances which
have been assented to by His Honour the
Administrator are published with this
is'su.. of the Gazette:-
No. 8 of 1968.-An Ordinance to pro-
vide for the imposition of an air-
port service charge on persons
travelling out of Saint Vincent
from Arnos Vale Airport; for the
collection of the charge so imposed;
and for matters incidental thereto
or connected therewith.
No. 9 of 1968.-An Ordinance to
amend the Aliens (Land-Holding
Regulation) Ordinance, which re-
gulates the holding of Land by
Aliens and Companies under Alien
control.
12th March, 1968.

No. 47.
The following Document is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 13. The Supplies
(Control) (Prices) (Replacement)
(Amendment No. 2) Regulations,
1968.
12th March, 1968.
(T.P. 667).


No. 48.
TENDERS FOR INSURANCE OF
GOVERNMENT OWNED VEHICLES

Tenders are invited for the Insurance
of Government owned Motor Vehicles
for the period 1st April, 1968 to 31st
March, 1969.
The number of Vehicles for which
insurance is required is approximately
115, and tenders should include quota-
tions for insurance against:-

(a) Third Party Risks.
(b) Third Party Fire and Theft.
The list of vehicles and insurance
value of each may be obtained on re-
quest from the Accountant General.
Tenders which will be received up to
3.00 p.m. en Monday, 25th March, 1968,
must be sealed and addressed to the
Secretary, Public Tenders Committee,
?Ministry of Finance, Kingstown and
distinctly marked on the envelope
"Tenders for the Insurance of Govern-
ment owned Motor Vehicles".
The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender and
rpmcrves the power of accepting any
part of a tender.
Ministry of Finance,
5th March, 1968.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 MARCH, 1968.-(No. 18.)


No. 49.
TRAINING IN CANADA UNDER THE
COMMONWEALTH CARIBBEAN
ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME

Applications are invited for the
award of Scholarships in Canada for
the Academic year commencing in
September, 1968, to suitably qualified
candidates from St. Vincent, subject to
the provision of funds under the
Canada/Caribbean Programme. Can-
didates should possess the Cambridge
School Certificate or its equivalent.
The Courses for which applications
will be received are as follows:
ra) Degree Level
Physics, Geography, Mathe-
matics. Modern Languages,
(French and Spanish) Diet-
eties, Agricultural Engineer-
ing, Sanitary Engineering.
(b) Sub-professional
Surveying, Woodwork and
Metal Work, Home Econo-
mics, Architectural Tech-
nology, Building Construction,
Diesel Mechanic, Refrigera-
tion, Electricity, Hotel Man-
agement, Tourism.
(c) Group study courses are also
offered in Public Administra-
tion and Buniness Administra-
tion.
Each Scholarship cov,.'rs expenses of
transportation, tuition fees, cost of
accommodation and other charges.
Candidates will be required to enter
into a bond with sureties to return to
St. Vincent at the end of the Course
of Study or training.
Candidates who wish to be considered
for the award of Courses must submit
duplicate copies of the prescribed ap-
plication form (TI) which could be
obtained from hlie Establishment Office,
Kingstown, and should be supported by
original or certified true copies of
transcripts of diplomas or certificates.
Applications close oil 18th March,
1968.
12th March, 1968.

No. 50.
COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIPS
AND FELLOWSHIPS-MALAYSIA

The Government of Malaysia has in-
vited applications for the award of
Commonwealth Scholarships and Fel-
lowships tenable at Universities in
Malaysia to suitable men and women
from the West Indies under its Com-
monwealth Scholarships and Fellow-
ships Plan 1969.


Applicants should not have reached
their 35th birthday by 1st January,
1969, but in special circumstances this
age limit may be raised.
These scholarships and fellow.,hips
are awarded for advanced study or
research and are open to students who
before they take up a scholarship hold
a Bachelor's or Master's Degree from
a recognized University or some equi-
valent qualification.
Awards will normally be made for a
Jredl of twvo academic years except
,i cases where a shorter period is re-
q iied to complete the programme for
.ii' h the award is granted.
Each scholarship covers expenses
', travel, living and study during its
trliure.
,- .srfli candidates must give an
undertaking to return to St. Vincent
at the end of their scholarship period.
Applications must be made through
uniit Governments in septuplicate,
and owi prescribed forms available from
the Establishment Division, Kingstown,
St. Vincent from which further infor-
mation on these scholarships could be
obtained. Applications must be for-
warded to the Establishment Division
not later than 31st March, 1968. Ap-
ph;icat:ons that are incomplete or are
not supported by the required doen-
,its \'ill not be entertained.
12iih March, 1968.
(M F/T. 948).



No. 51.
PRESS RELEASE.

The Minister of Communications and
Works today appealed to all residents
of St. Vincent to co-operate in con-
serving water from the island's water
distribution system during the remain-
ing months of the present dry season
that is during March, April and May.
2. The Minister expressed his con-
eern about water supplies to the Kings-
town area extending to East St.
George and said that although emer-
gency measures were being taken to
ensure the maximum supply of water
to those areas under the limitations
imposed by the inadequacies of the
supply system, it would be essential
for everyone to avoid wastage of water
if sections of the community were not
to suffer water shortages during the
coming months.
3. Additional supplies of water from
the now Montreal Scheme which was
revived by the present Government
isl .y,-a r should become available early









SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 MARCH, 1968.-(No. 18.) 101


in April and will alleviate the situation
especially in East St. George. The
Miinister said that the Government is
planning further improvements but the
situation which had been allowed to
deteriorate over thi years will take
time to set right.

4. In the meantime the people of
the island especially in Kingstown are
asked to discontinue the use of hose-
pipes for watering gardens or washing
cars, and to exercise the utmost
economy in the use of water.

5. The Minister referred to the
Water Ordinance and to the Kings-
town Town Board Bye-Laws and said
that it would be necessary to prosecute
offenders who bathed at public stand-
pipes or contravene the provisions of
the Ordinance and Bye-laws. It might
further be necessary to cut off supplies
to consumers who wasted water by
leaving water connections open.

6. Finally the Minister asked that
any leakages in the distribution system
and wastages whether caused by negli-
gen;'e or by design. be reported either
to the Warden, Kingstown Town Board
or to the Ministry of Communications
and Works. He appealed to all citi-
zens to discharge their public duty
and to make such reports. The com-
mon purpose he said, should be not to
get other people into trouble but to
ensure that defects are put right and
unnecessary wastages of water pre-
vented.

Ministry for Communications and
Works,
Kingstown.
12th March, 1968.


"Except in the case of deduction of
tax on payment of emoluments tax shall
be payable on the first day of, July in
the year of assessment or within one
month of the date of issue of the notice
of assessment whichever shall be the
later date."

In view of these provisions every per-
son concerned is urged to comply with
the requirement to furnish the necessary
returns not later than March 31st, 1968.
In this connection it is pointed out
that failure or neglect to render any re-
turn or statement as required is an
offence under the above mentioned Or-
dinance.

N. R. CUMMINGS,
Comptroller of Inland Revenue (Ag.).


TREASURY NOTICE.


It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that General Receipt Book
No. 680701 to 680800 used by the Public
Health Department for the sale of con-
crete units is reported lost.
Receipt Nos. 680735-680800 were not
used and therefore would not be valid
receipts.

J. A. ANTHONY,
Acting Accountant General.

Treasury Chambers,
29th February, 1968.


By Command,

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Establishment Officer.


ESTABLISHMENT OFFICE,
12th March, 1968.




DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

INCOME TAX NOTICE.

TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.

The attention of the general public is
drawn to the fact that the new Income
Tax Ordinance, No. 21 of 1967, provides
as follows:-


POLICE NOTICE.


It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that the undermentioned
portion of road will be ONE WAY
with effect from Monday 11th March,
1) G8.
COTTON GINNERY ROAD, between
the junction of Murray's Road
(Frenches) and its junction with
Sally Spring Road (Richmond
Hill) SOTITH TO NORTH ONLY.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
12th March, 1968.










:;,,m SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 MARCH. 1968.-(No. 18.)


SITTING OF THE COURT OF
APPEAL AT ST. VINCENT
DURING THE MONTH OF
MARCH, 1968

THE COURT OF APPEAL will sit,
in the St. Vincent Circuit on Monday
18th March, 1968, at 2.15 o'clock in the
afternoon.
TuiE COURT 'will comprise the Hon-
o0ur11 le the Ch0; .iustke. President,
the lnonourabl! Mr. Justice Gordon
and the Honor cable Mr. Justice 'P.
C 'iAl !Lewis.
DATED this 7th day of March, 1968.
A. T. WOODS,
Deputy Registrar,
Court of Appeal, St. Vincent.
R;- r_ ,-ZtoIwn.
St. Vincent.


ST. VINCENT

IN TEE COURT OF APPEAL

CAUSE LM'T POPR FITTING AT
ST. VINCENT COMMENCING ON
MONDAY 18TH MAR'I'H, 1968


No. of
Appeal
Criminal:
4 19i67


1 196S
2/1968


AT 2.15
4


O'CLOCK IN THE
AFTERNOON

Appellant Respon-
dent


Edson Simon
&


John Nero
Eldon [ribiuison
Bancraft Exeter


Tyrel Ieil


v. Regina
v. Regina



v. Regina


A. T. WOODS,
Deputy Registrar,
Court of Appeal, St. Vincent.


REGISTRATION OF BUSINESS
NAMES ORDINANCE NO. 30
OF 1950.

It has been broi ught to my notice
that a number If Fl ies and Indivi-
duals carry on Business :n thie Colony
witlioul registrin,[ p;ri:.; 'lars in the
manner prescribed by the above men-
tioned Ordinance.


THE ORDINANCE DIRECTS
THAT:
(a) Every Firm having a place of
Business in the Colony and
carrying on Business under a
Business Name which does not
consist of the true Surnames of
all Partners .. ...............
(b) Every Individual having a place
of Business in the Colony and
carryingg on Business under a
Business name which does not
..insi o(f i.; true Surnam e............
(c) Every Individual or Firm hav-
ing a place of Business in the
Colony who or a member of
which has either before or after
the commencement of this Ordi-
nance changed his name except
in the case of a woman in con-
sequence of Marriage shall be
registered in the manner dirme-
t 1 by tl:is Ordinance.... ...............
Information as to the manner in
'whi1h registration of Busine,-; Names
is to be effected can be obtained from
the Registr:ar. the Registry. Kingstown.
Please take notice that the time for
Registration of a Business Name is
foir'teen days after the firm or person
,nllimenees Business: and every part-
iinr in the firm or a person who carries
on B',siness in default of Registration
:hall be liable to a fine not exceeding
Tw-nty-four dollars for a first offence
u for m-v subseonent offence to a
fine of five dollars for every day during
which the default continues.
A. T. WOOD.
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.

WE8T INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SIPREMF COURT
IN THE COURT OF APPEAL
(CRIMINAL JURISDICTION)
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

NOTICE is hereby given that the
above-named Court of Appeal will be
couven'Id ,it the Court House, Kings-
i,, oin ,Iodlay 181h day of March,
.IW' al 2.15 o'clock in Ihe afternoon
,(ndl conth inug or the purpo p of
hearing Criminal Appeals now pending
', -or the said Court.
ALL PAR.TES concerned are here-
by notified and, are commanded to give
the). personal attention and attend-
an( e.
BY COMMAND .
A. T. WOOD,
(lgistrar of the ,Supreme Court (Ag.).







SAINTI ViNCENT. TUEL;I'AY. 12 'LRCIi, lQUS.-(No. 18.) 107


WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

SUIT No. 196 OF 1966.
BETWEEN
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK
OF COMMERCE -Plaintiff
AND
IIAMILTON BACCHUS


&
ELLEN BACCHUS
of Yambou


-Defeldants


PURSUANT to an Order made on the
5th day of December, 1967, THERE
WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE by
the Registrar of the Supreme Court at
the Court House, Kingstown, St. Vin-
c-!ei, between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 noon on Saturday the 16th day of
March, 1968 all the Right Title and
Interest messuages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the
Defendants Hamilton Bacchus and
Ellen Bacchus of Yambou as specified
in the schedule hereto.
SCHEDULE
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Yambou Estate in the
Island of Saint Vincent being Two (2)
Acres more or less and is bounded on the
North by lands of Norman Shearman on
the East by a road on the South by lands
of Edwin Bacohus and on the West by
lar, ,. of Cecil Bacchus or howsoever
otherwise the same may be butted
bounded known or described Together
with all ways waters watercourses rights
lights liberties privileges and all other
easements and appurtenances thereto be-
longing or held used occupied and en-
i:eO therewith or reputed to belong or
be appurtenant thereto.
Reserve Price-$4800.00
DATED THIS 19th day of February,
1968.
A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

SUIT No. 200 OF 1966.
BETWEEN
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK!
OF COMMERCE -Plaintiff


AND
CONRAD WILLIAMS
of Carriere


-Defendant


PURSUANT to an Order made on the
5th day of December, 1967, THERE


WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE by
tii, Registrar of the Supreme Court at
tile Court House, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent. between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
]:(.'.00 noon on Saturday the 16th day of
TVrch. 1968 all the Right Title and
itep-est messages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the
Defendaic.t- CONRAD WILLIAMS of
C'arriern as specified in the schedule
heretw.
SCHEDULE
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
lanid situate at Ropes Mountain Mesopo-
tamia in the Island of Saint Vincent be-
ig (3;/4) Three and Three-Quarters
Acres of land which is butted and
bounded on the North by lands of
Hubert John and Precilla Holder on the
South by lands of Fred Benn and James
Guy on the East by a stream and on the
W'et by a four foot road or howsoever
otherwise the same may be butted
b unided known distinguished or de-
seribed TOC ETHER with all ways
waters watercourses rights lights liber-
ties privileges and all other easements
0and advantages thereto.
Reserve Price--$2826.00
DATED THIS 19th day of February,
196i.
A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT
ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

SLIT No. 202 OF 1966.
BETWEEN
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK
OF COMMERCE -Plaintiff
AND


IIILToN HOLDER


-Defendant


IUtRSUANT to an Order made on the
5th day of December, 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 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 noon on Saturday the 16th day of
March, 1968 all the Right Title and
Interest messuages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the
Defendant HILTON HOLDER of
Ashburton as specified in the schedule
hereto.
SCHEDULE
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Warrawaroo in the
Island of Saint Vincent being Four (4)
Acres more or less' and bounded on the
North by a River on the South by Crown
lands on the East by lands of Roy








SAI F I>( J\': 9>~)~'~.12 ,rAikCII. 196;,). No. 18.)


Daniel and on the West by lands cf
Charles Ralph or ho,,'soever otherwise
the same may be butted bounded known
or described together with all ways
waters watercourses rights lights liber-
ties privileges and easements thereto be-
longing or usually held used occupied
or enjoyed therewith or reputed to be-
long or bh1 appurtenant.
AND ALSO
ALL. THAT LOT piece or parcel of
laid situate at Ashburton in the Island
of Saint Vincent being Three Quarters
(/4) of an acre in area more or less and
bounded on the North by the Public
Highway on the South by lands of Rosa
Allieott and an Estate Road on the
Ea.;t by other lands of the Purchaser
and on the West by a track or howso-
ever otherwise the same may be butted
bounded known or dhcribed Tolg,,th
with all ways waters watercourses rights
lights liberties privileges and easements
thereto belonging or usually held used
oc-cup;i;'d or enjoyed therewith or re-
puted to belong or be appurtenant there-
to.
Re-erve price-$3400.00
DATED THIS 19th day of February,
1968.
A. T. WOODS.
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Covrt.

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
SATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

Sunr No. 232 or 1966.
BETWEEN
CAN.DIAN IMPERIAL BANK
OF COMMERCE -Plaintiff
AND


LEONARD ADOLPHUS KING
of Pilgrim Hill


-Defendant


PU[ RSIANT !o an Order made on the
5th day of De.ember', 1:1;i7, THERE
WILL BiE OFFERED FOR SALE by
the Regist'oar of the Supreme Court at
the Court Youse, Kingstown. St. Vin-
cent, between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 nooni on Saturday the 16th day of
March, 1968 all the Right Title and
Interest messuages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the
Defendant LEONARD ADOLPHUS
KING of Pilgrim Hill as specified in the
schedule hereto.
SCHEDULE
ALL THAT TLOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Pilgrim Hill (Evesham)
in ihe Island of Saint Vincent being (1)
One Acre of land which is' abutted and
bounded on the North by lands of the


said Aratha Nicholas on the South by
lands of George Gordon on the East by
lands of the said Vendor (Agatha
Nicholas) and on the West by lands of
Cnrtis Williams or howsoever the same
may he butted bounded known distin-
guished or described TOGETHER with
;11 ways waters watercourses rights
lirhlts l iborties privileges and easements
I ;ereto belonging.
Reserve price-*$1440.00
DATED THIS 19th day of February,
1968.
A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE IIIGII COURT
(ST. VINCENT CiRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

Sri-r No. ':1,5 oF 1966.
BETWEEN
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK
OF COMMERCE -Plaintiff
AND
MARIE V. WILLIAMS
of Belmont -Defendant

PURSUANT to an Order made on the
5th day of December, 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 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 nocl on Saturday the 16th day of
Marchb 1968 all the Right Title and
Interest messuages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the
Defendant-MARIE V. WILLIAMS of
Belmont as specified in the schedule
hereto.
SCHEDULE
A I., '. 'TAT LOT piece or parcel of
lair! !)y adniiasurement (1) One Rood
(241,2/) Tweiity-four and half poles more
or less siluate at Fair Hall in the Parish
of St. George's of the territory of Saint
Vin,.,-t butted and bounded as follows
on ihe Norilh by lands of Clarie John on
the South by lands of George Cupid on
[Iie East by lands of Clarie John and
on the West by lands of Beatrice Wil-
lianms or howsoever otherwise the same
may -be butted bounded known distin-
guished or described TOGETHER with
all ways waters watercourses rights
lights liberties privileges and easements
11 lereto belonging.
Reserve price-$700.00
DATED THIS 19th (lay of February,
1968.
A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.








SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 MARCH, 1968.-(No. 18.) 109


WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

SI'nI No. 204 OF 1966.
BETWEEN
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK
OF COMMERCE -Plaintiff


AND
THEOPHILUS JOHN
of Calder


-Defendant


WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

S-ir No. 234 oF 1966.
BETWEEN
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK
OF COMMERCE -Plaintiff


AND
GARNET B. WILLIAMS
of Kingstown


-Defendant


PURSUANT to an Order made on the
5th d(y of December, 1967, THERE
WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE by
the Registrar of the Supreme Court at
the Court House, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cenll, between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 noon on Saturday the 16th day of
March, 1968 all the Right Title and
Interest messuages lands and tenements
vested i'i and in the possession of the
Defendant-THEOPHILUS JOHN of
Calder as specified in the schedule here-
to.
SCHEDULE
ALL" THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Evesham Vale in the
Island o(4 Saint Vincent aforesaid con-
taining by admeasurement ONE-IIALF
(/) of an Acre more or less and
bounded on the North by a By-road on
ihe South by the Evesham Road on the
East by lands of James Samuel and on
the West by the Evesham Road or how-
soever otherwise the same may be butted
bounded known or described TOGETH-
ER with l ways waters watercourses
li'Jits liberties privileges and all other
eai.;ements and appurtenances thereto
belonging.
AND ALSO
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Lime Tree part of the
dismembered Calder Estate admeasur-
ing Twenty-seven thousand one hundred
and eighty-seven (27,187) square feet
and which portion is bounded on or to-
wards the North bhv the Public Road on
or towards the South by Alexander King
on or towards the East by a Four foot
(4 ft) Road and on or towards the West
by lands of Manassah King or howsoever
otherwise the same may be butted
bounded known distinguished or de-
scribed TOGETHIER with fal buildings
and erections thereon and all ways
waters watercourses lights liberties pri-
vileges and all other easements and ap-
purtenances thereto belonging.
Reserve Price-$2164.00.
DATED THIS 19th day of February,
1968.
A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.


PURSUANT to an Order made on the
5th day of December, 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 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 noon on Saturday the 16th day of
March, 1968 all the Right Title and
Interest messuages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the
Defendant-GARNET B. WILLIAMS
of Kingstown as specified in the schedule
hereto.
SCHEDULE
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Sion Hill in the Island of
Saint Vincent being by estimation (1)
ONE LOT more or less and is abutted
and bounded by lands of Francis Wil-
liams and by the Public Road by lands
of Jonathan Williams and by the
Ravine or howsoever otherwise the same
may be abutted bounded known distin-
guished "r described together with all
ways waters 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.
Reserve Price-$1200.00
DATED THIS 19th day of February,
1968.
A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

SUIT No. 227 oF 1960.
BETWEEN
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK
or COMMERCE -Plaintiff
AND
ROBERT MCCARTITY JOHN
of Pilgrim Hill -Defendant

PURSUANT to an Order made on the
5th day of December, 1967, THERE












stI NT K 'ET TUEiS'D AY, 12~ I2A R C1 i~b.


WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE by
the Registrar of the Supreme Court at
the Court House, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent, between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 noon on Saturday the 16th day of
March, 1968 all the Right, Title and
Interest Iessuages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the
Defendant ROBERT McCARTHY
JOHN of Pilgrim Hill as specified in
the schedule hereto.
SCHEDULE
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Pilgrim Hill in the
Island of Saint Vincent being One and
three-tenths (1-3/10) Acres in area
more or less and bounded on the North
by lands of Westmore Bramble on the
South by lands of Maude John and a
four foot road on the East by an Estate
Rad and on the West by lands of
Nathaniel Ma&on or howsoever otherwise
the same may be butted bounded known
or described TOGETIIER with all erec-
tions thereon and all ways waters water-
courses lights liberties privileges and all
other easements and appurtenances
thereto belonsei' '.
Reserve price-$1300.00
DATED THIS 19th day of February,
19 ,8.
A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
TN THE HIGH COURT
ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

SUIT No. 113 OF 1964.
BETWEEN


PATRICK WILLIAMS
of Sans Souci
AND
GORDON THOMAS
(if New Grounds


-Plaintiff


-Defendant


PURSUANT to an Order made on the
8th (] y of December, 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 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 noon on Saturday the 16th day of
March. 1968 all the Right Title and
Intere:-t messuages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the


Defendant Gordon Thomas of New
Grounds as specified in the Schedule
hereto.
SCHEDULE
ALL AND SINGULAR THAT
PIECE PARCEL OR PORTION of
land b)ei]g one and a half (11/) build-
ine': Lot s;:tuate at Sans Souci in the par-
ish of Charlotte of the territory of
Saint Vincent butted and bounded as
follows: North by lands of Charles
James South by an allotment road East
by land of Hamilton Browne and West
by land of Charles James or howsoever
otherwise the same may be butted
oua .dd,, known distinguished or de-
sribcd.
ieserv,, Price-$650.00
DA .TED THIS 19th day of February,
19o8.
A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.


A'UCTION SALE

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that there will be offered
for sale by Public Auction at the Public
Works Department Compound at
Arnos Vale, on Wednesday the 20th
day of March, 1968 at 1.30 p.m., the
following pieces of old condemned
Heavy Equipment and Vehicles:-
1 Bulldozer
1 Traxcavator
1 Land Rover-T--1126
I Sprayer Tru e k (Bedford)-
T-1128
2 Bedford Trucks (available for
collection on 2nd April, 1968)
T--266 & T--1092
1 Bedford Truck (available for
collection at Port Elizabeth,
Bequia) T--1125
7 ,hedford Tricks T--332
T-992
T--993
T-996
T--1094
T--1095
T--1096
Ministry for Communications &
Works,
Kil gstown.
5th March, 1968.












SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY. 12 MAUlCII. 19US.-(No. 18.)


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

INCOME TAX NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the '"income Tax Ordinance", their properties having been
levied upon will be offered for sale at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday 16th March 1968
at the Inland Revenue Department, Kingstown, for the recovery of Taxes due.

A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant General (Acting).
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
23rd February, 1968.

Names Address Description of Property


1. Benoit Charles


Kingstown 1 Radiogram and 1 Vanguard Car
P. 356


2. James Benjamin Kingstown 6 sitting chairs.


COIN CONTINUATION BOARD

STATEMENT OF BRITISH CARIBBEAN COIN IN CIRCULATION
AS AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON 31ST JANUARY, 1968.

(Pursuant to the British Caribbean Currency Agreement 1964, Article 10 (3))


Average daily circulation during month
TRINIDAD
GUYANA
BARBADOS
ANTIGUA
DOMXINICA
GRENADA
MONTSERRAT
ST. KITTS/NEVIS/ANGUILLA
ST. LUCIA
ST. VINCENT
Proof Sets


$3,924,442.00
970,196.00
531,417.00
1,187,775.00
320,600.00
161,675.00
238,375.00
29,750.00
170,775.00
174,175.00
145,725.00
1,870.00

$3,932,333.00


J. D. HUGHES,
Executive Commissioner
Coin Continuation Board.

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SAINT VINCENT.


No. 8 of 1968.

I Assent,


H. GEORGE,
Administrator.


[ 1. S. ]


12th March, 1968.

AN ORDINANCE to provide for the imposition of an airport
service charge on persons travelling out of Saint Vincent
from Arnos Vale Airport; for the collection of the charge
so imposed; and for matters incidental thereto or con-
nected therewith.

[ 12th March, 1968. ]

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 Airport Service Short titlc.
Charge Ordinance, 1968.


2. For the purposes of this Ordinance-
"aireraft" means any machine for flying, whether pro-
pelled by mechanical means or not, and includes
any description of balloon;
"the Airport" means Amos Vale Airport;
"the airport service barge" means the charge imposed
by section 3;


[I.'


Interpretation.























Airport Service Charge.


A i'1port se jvico
Char-ge.


"catrio w" 'means-
(a any person whetherr incorporated or not)
Iranspiorting passengers :y aircraft on any
flight fr')in the Airport to) any place outside
Saint Vincent;
(b) the pilot ,or other person in command or con-
trol of he transporting aircraft;
(c) The agent in Saint Vincent of any person re-
ferred lo in paragraph (a) hereof; and
(d) if the person referred to in paragraph (a)
(hereof or the agent referred to in paragraph
( i) hereof is a corporation, every director and
mana -,r :;f that corporation;
"('ollector" iiweais a public ofiicer who is designated
Collector by, the Adminisi:rator for the purposes
,f th': Or,1nance;
immigrationn ofth-er" means the Chief Immigration
Officer and any immigration officer acting under the
instructions of the Chief Immigration Officer;
"traveller" mflans a person who proposes to travel
froni the Airport to any place outside Saint Vincent.

3. (1 ub.i1ect lo 1h' provisions of thi Ordinance, there
shall h,1 paid by ,a li ir.,ve(ller o(n each occasion on which such
traveller leaves I lhe Airport for any place outside Saint Vin-
cent a ho.rg, of one dollar, to be called "the airport service
ch-arge".
(2) The airport service charge shall not be payable by-
(a) the Administrator, his wife or children under
the age of twenty-one years;
(1)) members of Ihe Legislature;
v i the wives, husbalnds, or children under the age
of twenty-1one yeaINs of members of the Legis-
latu're 'whlen travelling with snili members;
(d; guLe'ts of the Governniment;
(e' persons travelling on Government business;
(f) the official representatives of the Government of
any country, their wives or children under the
age of twenty-one years when travelling with
them;
(g) representatives of the United Nations Organi-
sation or of any olher international organisation


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1968.






















1968.


Airport Service Charge.


accorded diplomatic privileges in Saint Vincent
or persons sent on missions on behalf of any
such organizations, their wives or their children
under the age of twenty-one years when travelling
with them;
(h) members of the Police Force or of the Armed
Forces of any friendly country when travelling
on official duty;
(i) children under the age of twelve years;
(j) intransit, passengers remaining in Saint Vincent
for a period not exceeding one day;
(k) members of the crew of any aircraft;
(1) persons travelling in any aircraft the weight of
which is less than six thousand pounds gross;
(m) such other persons or classes of persons as tlche
Administrator in Council may by order specify.

4. (1) Every carrier transporting from Saint Vincent to Duty of carrier
any place outside Saint Vincent any traveller by whom the to collect
airport service charge is payable shall collect the charge from
such traveller and pay it over to a Collector after deducting
for his own use a commission of ten cents.
(2) Any carrier failing to collect, any airport service
charge which he is required by subsection (1) to collect shall,
notwithstanding such failure, pay to a Collector the amount
of such charge required to be paid in accordance with sub-
section (1).
(3) Any amount which a carrier is required to pay to a
Collector pursuant to this section shall be due and payable
without further demand immediately before the departure
from the Airport of the airervaft transporting the travellers in
respect of whom that amount is payable or within such period
after the departure of the a;reraft and in such manner and
subject to such conditions as may be prescribed either gener-
ally or in any particular ease.
(4) Every carrier shall, in relation to the airport service
charge, keel) such records and furnish such returns in such
form and to such persons as may be prescribed.
(5) Any claim to entitlement to exemption from thle air-
port service charge pursuant to subsection (2) of section 3
which cannot be resolved by the carrier shall be referred to an
immigration officer and the decision of the immigration officer
thereon shall, subject to section 8, be final.


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No. 8. Airport Service Charge. 1968.


(6) For the purpose of deciding any claim pursuant to
subsection (5) an immigration officer may make such enquiries
(either of the traveller or of any other person) as he thinks
fit.

Offencee. 5. (1) Any person who, for the purpose of evading pay-
ment by himself or by any other person of the airport service
charge, knowingly makes any false statement or false repre-
sentation shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not
exceeding one hundred and twenty dollars or to imprisonment
for a ten'i not exceeding three months.
(2, Any carrier who fails or neglects to make a return in
accordamn e with the requirements of this Ordinance or any
regulations made thereunder or knowingly makes in any such
return any false statement or false representation shall be
liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding two
hundred and forty dollars.
(3) Any person who fails, without reasonable cause, to
furnish to an immigration officer any information required by
the immigration officer for the purposes of subsection (6) of
section 4 :;hall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not
exceeding fifty dollars.
Enforcing 6. Whlre any airport service charge, being due and pay-
payment of able pU ,rsiuant to section 4, remains unpaid-
charge.
(a) the full amount of such charge may be recovered
as a debt die to the Crown in Civil proceedings
before a magistrate in the Kingstown Magis-
trates Court notwithstanding that such amount
exceeds two hundred and fifty dollars;
1) b the proper officer, within the meaning of the
Customs Ordinance, may withhold clearance
under that Ordinance of the aircraft transporting
the travellers in respect of whom the charge is
payable if lie is not satisfied that adequate ar-
rangements for the payment thereof have been
made.

Power of 7. A court of summary jurisdiction shall, in addition to
court to order any penalty it may impose on any person under the provisions
haget of of this Ordinance, order the payment to a Collector of any
airport service charge due and payable by that person and
may order, in default of such payment, imprisonment of that
person for a period not exceeding three months.























1968.


Airport Service Charge.


8. (1) Any person who proves to the satisfaction of a Refund..
Collector that he has paid, on account of the airport service
charge, an amount in excess of the amount which lie is pro-
perly required to pay pursuant to this Ordinance shall be
entitled to have the amount so paid in excess refunded, and
the Accountant General is hereby authorised to make the re-
fund accordingly.
(2) No claim for a refund under this section shall be en-
tertained after the expiration of six months from the date on
which payment of the amount in dispute was made.

9. The Administrator in Council may make regulations Regulations.
to provide for-
(a) the production to, and inspection by, such persons
as may be prescribed of documents uwed and re-
cords kept by any person for the purpose of
determining that the airport service charge has
been collected and accounted for in accordance
with this Ordinance or any regulations made
thereunder;
(b) the furnishing to a Collector or to persons author-
ised by him of such information and such returns,
certificates and other documents as may be pre-
scribed.
(c) anything required to be prescribed by this
Ordinance;
(d) any other matter or thing whether similar or not
to those above mentioned in respect of which it
may be expedient to. make regulations to give
effect to the purpose of this Ordinance.


10. This Ordinance shall come into operation on the
Ist day of April, 1968.


Commencement.


Passed the Legislati(v Council this 9th day of February, 1968.


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


No. 8.






















No. 8. Airport Service Charge. 1968.


ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE COLLECTION OF THE AIRPORT
SERVICE CHARGE AS FROM 1ST APRIL, 1968.

1. The Airport Service Charge or $1.00 will l)e collected at Arnos Vale
Airport from each travelli r aconat ai o11 wli ih such traveller leaves the
airport for any place outside St. Vincent except in the case of travellers in the
following categories:-
(i) The Administrator, his wife or children under the age of twenty-one
years'.
(ii) Members of the Legislature, their wives or children under the age of
twenty-one years wjien travelling with them.
(iii) Guests of the Government.
(iv) Persons travelling on Government business.
(v) The official representatives o0 the Government of any country, their
wives or their children under the age of twenty-one years when travel-
ling with them.
(vi) Representatives of the United Nations Organisation or any organisa-
tion established under its authority or persons sent on missions on
behalf of any such organisation, their wives or children under the
age of twenty-one years.
(vii) Members of the Royal St. Vincent Police Force or of the Armed Forces
of any Friendly country when travelling on official duty.
(viii) Children under thlie age of twelve years.
(ix) Intransit passengers remaining in the Island for a period not exceed-
ing one day.
(x) Members of the crew of any aircraft.
(xi) Persons travelling in any aircraft the weight of which is less than
6,000 lbs. gross.
(xii) Such other persons or classes of persons as the Administrator in
Council may, by order published in the Government Gazette, specify.

2. The Airport Service Charge will be collected by the airline by which
the traveller is travelling out of St. Vincient and, after the fee mentioned in
paragraph 4 below has been deducted, will be paid over by the airline as soon
as possible after collection to the Accountant General.

3. In default of collection by the airline from the traveller, the Airport
Service Charge of $1.00 will be paid to the Accountant General by the airline
transporting the traveller.























No. 8. Airport Service Charge. 1968.


4. The airline will be allowed to deduct and retain for its own use from
each Airport Service Charge collected from a traveller whom it is transport-
ing out of St. Vincent a fee of 10 cents.

5. Each airline will be supplied with printed notices for display at its
counters advising that the collection of the Airport Service Charge is a require-
ment of the Government and stating thereon the categories of persons exempted
from payment of the Charge.

6. The notice referred to in paragraph 5 above will also be displayed in
the Arrival Hall at the airport.

7. The Immigration Officers in the Arrival Hall will stamp the E/D Cards
-original and duplicate eopies-of all arriving passengers with the date of
arrival stating, where applicable, the category under which the passenger will
be exempted from payment of the Charge on his departure from St. Vincent.
The following symbols will be used by the Immigration Officers to denote
those persons exempted from the Charge:-
G = The Administrator, his wife or children under the age of twenty-
one years;
G = Members of the Legislature, their wives or children under the
age of twenty-one years when travelling with them;
G = Guests of the Government;
G = Persons travelling on Government business;
O = The official representatives of the Government of any country,
their wives or their children under the age of twenty-one years
when travelling with them;
0 = Representatives of the I'nited Nations' Organisation or any
organisation established under its authority or persons sent on
missions on behalf of any such organisation, their wives or
children under the age of twenty-one years;
M = Members of the Royal St. Vincent Police Force, or of the Armed
Forces of any friendly country when travelling on official duty;
C = Children under the age of twelve years;
I = Intransit passengers remaining in the Island for a period not
exceeding twenty-four hours;
Cr = Members of the crew of any aircraft;
LA = Persons travelling in any aircraft the weight of which is less
than six thousand pounds' gross.





















No. 8. Airport Service Charge. 1968.


8. The Immigration Officers will advise passengers that the duplicate copy
of their E/D cards should be retained by them for presentation to the airline
by which they will be travelling on their departure so as to avoid, where appli-
cable, the payment of the Airport Service Charge.

9. The Government will issue to those persons exempted from payment
of the Charge with whom they are concerned a note to the effect that they are
exempted from payment.

10. Reckoning of the "one day" in respect of which passengers will be
deemed to be intransit for purposes of exemption from payment of the Charge
will be by means of the dates' of entry and departure.

11. Tickets will be used by the airlines to indicate that the Airport Service
Charge has been paid.

12. The tickets will be contained in books of 100 each. Each ticket will
comprise three sections, separated by perforation, and will bear a number of
six digits, e.g., 000001. The tickets in each book will be numbered consecutively.

13. The books of tickets will be held in stock by the Accountant General
and will be issued by him as required to the airlines at the airport.

14. On the collection by the airline of the Airport Service Charge from
the passenger, one section of the ticket, marked "Passenger's Ticket", will be
torn off along the perforation and given to the passenger; another section of
the ticket, marked "Immigration Ticket", will be torn off along the perforation
and affixed by the airline to the passenger's completed outgoing E/D card
(which is subsequently collected from the airline by the Immigration Officer);
and the third section of the ticket, marked "Accounting Ticket", will be re-
tained by the airline for subsequent passing over to the Accountant General
when paying to him the proportionate part of the Charges collected.

15. In the event of the Immigration Officer finding, when checking the
completed outgoing E/D cards passed to him by the airline, that no "Immigra-
tion Ticket" section of the ticket has been affixed to any such E/D card, he
will draw this to the attention of the airline who will then be required either
to collect the Charge from the passenger or to pay the full amount of the Charge
in respect of that passenger to the Accountant General.
16. The Accountant General will issue to each airline an official receipt
for the amount paid to him by the airline in respect of the sum of the Airport
Service Charge collected by that airline, and on such receipt the Accountant
General will note the serial numbers of the tickets in respect of which the
moneys are received.





































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No. 8. Airport Service Charge. 1968.


In the event of payment of the Charge direct by the airline in default
of collection by it from a passenger (see paragraph 3), the Accountant General
will make an appropriate note to this effect on the receipt to be issued by him
to the airline.



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ARRANGEMENTS OF SECTIONS



1. Short title.

2. Interpretation.

3. Airport Service Charge.

4. Duty of carrier to collect charge.

5. Offences.

6. Enforcing payment of charge.

7. Power of Court to order payment of charge

8. Refunds.

9. Regulations.

10. Commencement.






























SAINT VINCENT.


No. 9 of 1968.

I Assent,


H. GEORGE,

Administrator.


12th March, 19(i8.

AN ORDINANCE to amend the Aliens (Land-Holding Regu-
lation) Ordinance, which regulates the holding of Land
by Aliens and Companies under Alien control.
[ 12th March, 1968. ]
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 Aliens (Land-
Holding Regulation) (Amendment) Ordinance, 1968, and shall
be read as one with the Aliens (Land-Holding Regulation)
Ordinance (hereinafter referred to as the principal Ordinance),
and all amendments thereto and shall be deemed to have
come into operation on the 1st day of January, 1968.
2. The principal Ordinance is' hereby amended by insert-
ing immediately after section 15 the following new sections as
sections 15A and 15B :-


Licence
granted
to alien
at a fee.



7 g
b^.7^$?y


15A. Any licence granted under the provisions
of this Ordinance to an alien shall be subject to a
fee which shall be paid into the general revenue of
the Colony on registration of the licence at the rate
set out in the Schedule to the principal Ordinance.


Short title
and commence-
ment.
Cap. 96.


Insertion of
new sections
after section
15 of principal
Ordinance.


[ L.S. ]
























Aliens (La nd-Holding Rcgulation) (Amendment).


Fee may
be waived
or re-
funded in
any fit
ease.


15B. Notwithstanding the provisions' of section
13A of the principal Ordinance, the Administrator
in Council may, in any case that he may deem fit,
Swaive or refund to an alien the fee which he ought
to pay or may have paid to hold a licence under the
provisions of this Ordinance.


Schedule added
to principal
Ordinance.


3. The following Schedule is hereby added to the prin-
.ipal Ordinance:-


SCHED ULE


. oN SALE OF LAND.
V!w're ii,, consideration for the sale-
Does not exceed $1,000.00 ...... ......
Exceeds $1,000 but does not exceed $5,000.00
Exceeds $5,000 but does not exceed $10,000.00


1Xcoeds $piu,uu'.00.


$ 25.00
$ 50.00
$100.00


..... l%of
the
con-
sidera-
tion.


2. ON LEASE OF LAND.
Where the annual rent payable-
Does not exceed $600.00 ...... ...... ......
Exceeds; $600 but does not exceed $1,000.00
Exceeds $1,000.00 ...... ..... .....


3. T(. hold land as a Mortgagee

4. For any other licence granted under the
provisions of the Ordinance


$ 15.00
$ 25.00
21/2%
of the
annual
rental
value.


..... Free


...... $ 25.00


No. 9.


1968.






































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Passed the Legislative Council this 9th day of February, 1968.


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


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND

1968, No. 13.


SUPPLIES (CONTROL) (PRICES) (REPLAka #
(AMENDMENT NO. 2) REGULATION .

(Gazetted 12th March, 1968).


/~ I
/


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Supplies (Control)
(Prices) (Replacement) (Amendment No. 2) Regulations, 1968, and shall be
read as one with the Supplies (Control) (Prices) (Replacement) Regulations,
1967 (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations) and all amend-
ments thereto.

2. Schedule to principal Regulations revoked and replaced. The
Schedule to the principal Regulations is hereby revoked and replaced with
the following:-

SCHEDULE


Article


Sugar-imported-
Washed Grey or Grey
Crystals

Rice (Demerara)-
First Quality

Cooking Oil



Skimmed Milk

Fine Salt


Maximum Wholesale
Price


$12.80 per 100 lbs.


$28.75 pr bag of
177 lbs.


Area"A"
14 per lb.


18'.%( per lb


$163.00 per drum of 74( per bottle
45 gallons of 26 oz.
$3.88 per gallon 19!) per bottle
of 61 oz.

$17.50 per sack of 50 lbs. 400 per lb.

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


Maximum Retail Price


Area"B" Area"C"
14-Y per lb. 15 per lb.


19 per lb.

78 per bottle
of 26 oz.
20 per bottle
of 61 oz.

42 per lb.

70 per lb.


191/ per lb.

780 per bottle
of 26 oz.
200 per bottle
of 6k oz.

430 per lb.

7, per lb.


J


.


, /V1





















Article


Maximum Wholesale Max' mum Retail Price
Price


Area"A" Area"B"


Sardines in oil (Canad:an) $17.85 per case of 2' 1 per" ti'.
100 tins-31 ozs. each
Chicken:
Whole dressed-Broilers 950 per lb. $1.25 per lb.
do. -Roas! ers $1.00 per lb. $1.30 per lb.
do. -Stewers 85 per lb. $1.10 per lb.
Legs and Breasts (loose) $1.05 per lb. $1.35 per lb.
Wings (loose) 70 per lb. 85 per lb.
Backs and Necks (loose) 30( per lb. 40i per lb.


'"2< p ,r lin


$1.25 per lb.
$1.30 per lb.
$1.10 per lb.
$1.35 per lb.
,'7I per lb.
420 per lb.


Eggs










Cabbage-Local


(to. -Imported

Lumber:
Pitch Pine-Board
do. -Seantling
White Pine-Board


In lots of 6 doz. and
over
Extra large 21 oz.
and over $1.42
per doz.
Large-2 to 2k oz.
$1.30 per doz.
Medium-11 oz. to
2 oz. $1.18 per doz.
Small-under 1 oz.
$1.06 per doz.

In quantities of 20 lbs.
and over 250 per lb.

In quantities of 20 lbs.
and over 200 per lb.


$1.56 per doz. $1.56 per doz. $1.56 per doz.


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

$1.32 per doz. [$1.32 per doz. $1.32 per doz.


$1.20 per doz.| $1.20 per doz.


350 per lb. 320 per lb.


300 per lb. '32 per lb.


440 per ft.
460 per ft.
54 per ft.


46 per ft.
48 per ft.
560 per ft.


$1.20 per doz.


320 per lb.


320 per lb.


470 per ft.
49 per ft.
57 per ft.


3. Cancellation. Th, Supplies (Coi ( rol) (Prices) (Replacement)
(Amendment) Regnlations, 1968 are hereby cancelled.

Made by the Administralor in Council under section 3 of the Supplies
(Control) Ordinani. 195w (NN,. 1:' k' 95 4) th:s 51i day of March, 1968.

HUTSON L. MARTINDALE,
(T.P. 667.) Clerk of Executive Council.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


[ Price 8 cents. ]


1968.


Area"C"
230 per tin


$1.25 per lb.
$1.30 per lb.
$1.10 per lb.
$1.35 per lb.
88 per lb.
430 per lb.




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