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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 26: The Supreme Court (Queen's Counsel) Rules (Application to Montserrat) Order 1968
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 27: The Supreme Court (Queen's Counsel) Rules (Application to the Virgin Islands) Order 1968
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 28: The Court of Appeal Rules (Application to the Virgin Islands) Order 1968
        A-205
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 29: The British Nationality (Fees) (Amendment) Regulations, 1968
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


a 1hlisiib hTn .Antoritn.


VoL. 101.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 JUNE, 1968. [No. 40.


GOVEFi'Nv1ANT NOTiCES.


No. 116.


LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL


It is notified for general information that there will be a meeting of the
Legislative Council at the Council Chamber, Kingstown, on Thursday, 27th June,
1968 at 10.00 a.m.
The Order Paper for this meeting is published with this issue of the
Gazette.
A cordial invitation is extended to the General Public.


25th June, 1968.
(L.C. 2.)


No. 117.
ST. VINCENT GRAMMAR SCHOOL
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT
VACANCIES FOR MASTERS.

1. Applications are invited frown
suitably qualified persons for appoint-
ment to the posts, of (a) Graduate
Assistant Master (b) Non-graduate
Assistant Masters, St. Vincent Gram-
mar School to teach a combination of
two or more subjects as follows:
English
French
Mathematics
Geography
Latin


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



2. There are likely to be two posts
vacant at the Graduate Level and two
t, the Non-graduate level for the school
es-ien beginning September 1968.
3. The salary o, the post at the
graduate level is i the scale of $3,804
X 18C-$5,604 24(-$6,084, while
1t.iat-the non-graduate level is in the
scale of $1,788 x 84-$1,872 X 96-
$2.160 X 120-$2.7i;0 X 144-$3,024 X
180(-$4,164.
4. Application givinwz full p',rtiiu-
lars. qualification and experience of the
applicant accompanied by two testi-
monials should be addressed to the
Estabidhment Officer. Kingstown, St.
Vincent and should reach him not later
than Saturday 13th July, 1968.
25th June. 196(i8.


5 Sr














214 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 JUNE, 1968.-(No. 40).


No. 118.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.

Consequent on the absence from the
territory of the Honourable Chief Min-
ister on official duties, the Honourable
S. E. SLATER has been appointed to act
as Chief Minister with effet't from the
111h June, 1968 to 12th June, 1968.
25th June, 1968.
(C. 1670).



No. 119.
AERODROME LICENCE.

It i: notified for general information
that the following aerodrome in the
Colony has been licensed for 'public
use' ourinp the period of validity of
the licence which expires on 28th Fe(b-
ruary 1969.
PALM ISLAND AIRFIELD)
Licence No:- No. 1
Posil ion:- 12' :5' 12"N 61'23'
55"W,
Location:- Prune Island
(St. Vincent
Grenadines),
Name & Palmhn Island Re-
Adrame & sorts Limited,
Address Prune Island,
of Grenadines,
Licencee St. Vincent.

Mlini stry for Communications and
Works.
Kingstown,
19th June, 1968.

r
No. 120.
LEGISLATION.

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

S.R. & 0. No. 26.-The Supreme
Court (Queen's Counsel) Rules
(Application to Montserrat) Order
1968.

S.R & 0. No. 27.-The Supreme
Court (Queen's Counsel) Rules
(Application to the Virgin Is-
lands) Order 1968.

S.R. & 0. No. 28.-The Court of
Appeal Rules (Application to the
Virgin Island:) Order 1968.


S.R. & 0. No. 29.-The British
Nationality (Fees) (Amendment)
Regulations, 1968.
(E.A. 95).

By Command,

J. V. ALVES,
Permanent Secretary,
Chief Minister's Office.

CHIEF MINISTER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT.
25th June, 1968.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

POLICE NOTICES.

The attention of Owners of vehicles
bearing "T" and "H.T." plates and
builders of wooden bodies to these vehi-
cles is once again drawn to the Motor
Vehicle and Road Traffic Regulations
S.R. & 0. No. 35/59 Sections 21 (2) &
(3) which reads as follows:-
(2) The Motor Vehicle or trailer shall
not exceed seven feet six inches in
overall width.
(3) Except with the permission of the
Licensing Authority no vehicle
shall have a lateral overhang of
more than six inches or a longi-
tudinal overhang of more than
fifty inches.
Owners and builders are hereby re-
quested that before wooden bodies are
built to the above-mentioned types of
vehicles, to call at the Traffic Office, Cen-
tral Police Station where they will be
advised accordingly.
Vehicles built outside the specifica-
tions and dimensions of the above-men-
tioned Regulations will not be passed by
the Motor Vehicle Examiner.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police,
&
Licensing Authority.
18th June, 1968.

STOP SIGNS

It is promulgated for the information
of all concerned that STOP SIGNS are
erected at the following points along
Commercial Street, Georgetown:-
Commercial and Regent Street
Commercial and Church Street
Commercial and Cambridge Street
Commercial and Market Street
Commercial and unnamed Street at
Cobeau Town














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 JUNE, 1968.-(No. 40).


As there appears to be some misunder-
standing, drivers and riders of motor
vehicles are reminded that they are re-
quired to Stop the vehicle and shall not
move the vehicle or cause the same to
be moved to the road junction next
ahead until they have satisfied them-
selves that it is safe to do so.
The practise of only stopping if an-
other vehicle is approaching is a contra-
vention of the law and anyone so offend-
ing is liable to be prosecuted.


S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police
&
Licensing Authority.
5th June, 1968.


THE OWNERS OF PUBLIC
SERVICE VEHICLES, GOODS
VEHICLES AND TRAILERS
(H.T. & T. PLATES).

The attention of persons who own
the types of vehicles mentioned above
is drawn to the provisions contained
in Regulations 20 and 21 and all
amendments thereto of the Motor


Vehicles & Road Traffic Regulations
1959, whereby no licence may be issued
or renewed for such vehicles unless
the Inspector certifies that the vehi-
cle complies with all the provisions of
the Ordinance and of these regula-
tions.
The Inspector of Motor Vehicles
will be available at Police Head-
quarters daily from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00
p.m. except on Sundays and Public
Holidays, to ensure that all the above-
mentioned classes of vehicles are in-
spected and are roadworthy before
31st July, 1968.
Regulation 20 (6) requires that
these vehicles are examined twice
annually, that is before 30th day of
June and 31 t day of December, in
each year.
WARNING
Vehicles which have not been pre-
sented for inspection or if presented
have not passed the examination by
31st July, will be taken off the road.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police,

Licensing Authority.
14th June. 1968.


COIN CONTINUATION BOARD

BRITISH CARIB.BEAN CURRENCY BOARD COIN IN CIRCULATION
AS AT 31ST MAY, 1968

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


TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
GUYANA


959,921
501,792


1,461,713


BARBADOS
ANTIGUA
DOMINICA
GRENADA
MONTSERRAT
ST. KITTS/NEVIS/ANGUILLA
ST. LUCIA
ST. VINCENT


"Proof Sets"


13th June, 1968.


1,205,750
327,725
161,675
238,375
37,050
170,775
175,575
146,175 2,463,100

3,924,813
1,870

3,926,683


J. D. HURfHES,
Executive Commissioner
Cdon CTwudtiMD Pokod.














216 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 .JNE. 1!)68.-(No. 40).


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY


ASSETS AND


LIABILITIES AS AT 31ST MAY, 1968


LIABILITIES


Demand Liabilities:


Notes in Circulation

Bankers"' Balances


General Reserve

Other Liabilities


External Assets:


EC $


EC$


35,549,177

111,700 35,660,877


Current Accounts and
Money at Call in
London


3,009,453 United Kingdom
Treasury Bills


179,379


Other United Kingdom
Government
Securities


EC$


1,068,515


18,009,600



16,251,270


Currency Issues
Accounts with Banks
in Barbados'


British Caribbean Currency Board
Notes

Government Local Debentures


Local Treasury Bills

Other Assets


EC $38,849,709


714,107 36,043,492


2,018,050

591,300


196,867

EC $38,849,709


[Proportion of external assets to
demand liabiliites 100.6% ]


J. D. HUGHES,
Managing Director.


18th June, 1968.


NOTICE.


With reference to Gazette Notice of 18th .Tune, 1968-LTQfOR LICEN-
SING SESSION the undermentioned information is herewith published:


Parishes Name of Applicant Occupation Residence


St. Andrew Clara John
and
St. George


Situation of
Premises


Housewife Cane Garden Kingstown
Park


S. A. BROWNE,


MagiOtrates' Chambers.
Kingstown.
21st June, 1968.


and
L. A. D. WTLLIAMS,
Magistrates.


ASSETS


EC$


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1968, No. 26.


SUPREME


Short title.


Application of
Rules to
Montserrat.


COURT (QUEEN'S COUNSEL) RULES (APPLICATION
TO MONTSERRAT) ORDER 1968

(Gazetted 25th June, 1968.)

The Chief Justice and two other Judges of the West Indies
Associated States Supreme Court in exercise of the powers con-
ferred upon them by section 6 (3) of the Montserrat
(Courts) Order 1967, and all other powers hereunto enabling
them, hereby make the following Order:

1. This Order may be cited as the Supreme Court (Queen's
Counsel) Rules (Application to Montserrat) Order 1968.

2. The Supreme Court (Queen's Counsel) Rules 1968
made under section 17 of the West Indies Associated States
Supreme Court Order 1967 and dated the twenty-seventh day
of May, 1968, shall have effect as part of the law of Montserrat
subject to the following modification, to wit:-
for the words "all the States" appearing at the end of
rule 4 thereof the word "Montserrat" shall be substituted.

Made this' twenty-seventh day of May, 1968.

A. M. LEWIS,
Chief Justice.

K. L. GORDON,
Justice of Appeal.


N..
\ \ s.-.


P. CECIL LEWIS,
Justice of Appeal.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1968, No. 27.


COURT (QUEEN'S COUNSEL) RULES (APPLICATION
TO THE VIRGIN ISLANDS) ORDER 1968

(Gazetted 25th June, 1968.)

The Chief Justice and two other Judges of the West Indies
Associated States Supreme Court in exercise of the powers con-
ferred upon them by section 6 (3) of the Virgin Islands
(Courts) Order 1967, and all other powers hereunto enabling
them, hereby make the following Order:

1. This Order may be cited as the Supreme Court (Queen's
Counsel) Rules (Application to the Virgin Islands) Order 1968.

2. The Supreme Court (Queen's Counsel) Rules 1968
made under section 17 of the West Indies Associated States
Supreme Court Order 1967 and dated the twenty-seventh day
of May, 1968, shall have effect as part of the law of the Virgin
Islands subject to the following modification, to wit:-
for the words "all the States" appearing at the end of
rule 4 thereof the words "the Virgin Islands" shall be
substituted.


Made this' twenty-seventh day of May, 1968.


A. M. LEWIS,
Chief Justice.
K. L. GORDON,
Justice of Appeal.

P. CECIL LEWIS,
Justice of Appeal.


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Application of
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SAINT VINCENT. i F- 12 1969

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDER, /

1968, No. 28.

COURT OF APPEAL RULES (APPLICATION TO THE
VIRGIN ISLANDS) ORDER 1968

(Gazetted 25th June, 1968.)

The Chief Justice and two other Judges of the West Indies
Associated States Supreme Court in exercise of the powers con-
erTred uJtpoI them by sub-section (3) of section 6 of the Virgin
Islands (Courts) Order 1967, and all other powers hereunto
enabliig them, hereby make the following order.


S1hori title.


Application of
Rules to the
Virgin Ilands.





Adaptation of
reference to
S' State''.






AdaphItion of
reference to
)irecto) of
Public
Prosecutiolns.


Schedule.



d '5 '
J (z


1. This Order may be cited as the Court of Appeal Rules
,Application to the Virgin Islands) Order 1968.

2. The Court of Appeal Rules, 1968, (in this Order re-
ferred to as "the Rules") made under section 17 of the West
Indies Associated States Supreme Court Order 1967 and dated
the fifteenth day of February, 1968, shall have effect as part
of ;he law of the Virgin Islands subject to the exceptions, adap-
tations and modifications specified in the following sections and
in the Schedule hereto.

3. Wherever in the Rules reference is made to "a State",
-the State", "that State", "each State", "any of the States",
"the State in which the appeal is brought", "the State in which
the appeal arises", or other similar expression, that reference
shall, unless the context otherwise requires, be deemed to be a
reference to the Virgin Islands. Save as mentioned above, the
word "State" shall have the meaning assigned to it in rule 3
of the Rules.

4. Wherever in the Rules reference is made to the Director
of Public Prosecutions then, so long as the law of the Virgin
Isla;ids' does not provide for the office of Director of Public
Prosecutions that reference shall, unless the context otherwise
requires, be deemed to be a reference to the Attorney General
of the Virgin Islands.

5. In the application of the Rules to the Virgin Islands
the rules specified in the first column of the Schedule hereto
shall respectively be modified in the manner set out in the
second column of the said Schedule in relation thereto.







206

Commencement. 6. This Order shall come into operation on the first day
of July, 1968.

Made this seventh day of June, 19(68.

A. M. LEWIS,
Chief Justice.

K. L. GORDON,
Justice of Appeal.

P1. CECIL LEWIS,
Justice of Appeal.

SCHEDULE s. 5.


Column 1 Column 2
Rule No. Modification


1 (3) The references to "''le States of Antigua, Dominica and St.
( ih..i.1. i-Nevis-Angnilla" shall be deemed to be refer-
ences to the Virgin Islands.

2 Delete lhiis r~l(' nld sl-isti. u l therefore: "These Rules shall
apply to the Virgin Islands".

3 (1) Delete the definition oi' ")epluty Registrar" and substitute
therefore:
'Deputy Registrar' means the Registrar of the High
Court in his calpacit as Deputy Registrar of the Court of
Appeal and includes any person lawfully exercising the
functions of the office of Deputy Registrar".

7 (1) Del'te Ihfo "'ds "the SI ifl ill whie. the appeal arose or is
being lard" appearing at thw end of this paragraph and
sul)bsitute therefore the words:
"the Virgin Islands or the State in which the appeal( is
being heard".
7 (2) Delete the words "the State in which the proceeding arose or
is heiln heardd" appearing at the end of this paragraph.
and substitute therefore:
"the Virgin Islands or the SI ie in which tile appeal is
being heard".










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Rule No.


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Column 2
Modification


Delete the whole of this rule and substitute therefore:
'Respordent's (1) A respondent who, not having appealed
Notice. from the decision of the Court below, desires
to contend on the appeal that the decision of
that Court should be varied, either in any event
or i:i the event of the appeal being allowed in
whole or in part, shall give notice to that effect,
!specifying the grounds of that contention and
th, precise form of the order which he proposes
to ask the Court to make, or to make in that
event, as the ease may be.
(2) A respondent who desires to contend on
the appeal Niat the decision of the Court below
sholmd be affirmed on grounds other than those
relied upou by that Court shall give notice to
that effect specifying the grounds of that con-
tention.
(3) Except with the leave of the Court, a re-
spondent shall not be entitled on the hearing of
the appeal to contend that the decision of the
Court below should be varied upon grounds not
specitied in a notice given under this rule, to
apply for any relief not so specified, or to sup-
pmrt the decision of the Court below upon any
grounds not relied upon by that Court or speci-
tied in such a notice.
(4) Any notice given under this rule (in this
Part referred to as a 'respondent's notice')
shall be filed and a copy thereof shall be served
on the appellant, and upon all parties to the
proceedings in the Court below who are directly
affected by the contentions of the respondent,
and shall be served within fourteen days after
the service of the notice of appeal on the respon-
dent".
Delete the word and symbols (State) appearing in the head-
ing of the Forms and substitute therefore the words "the
Virgin Islands".


Appendix A
and
Appendix C


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209


SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1968, No. 29.

BRITISH NATIONALITY (FEES) (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 25th June, 1968.)

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the British Nationality
(Fees) (Amendment) Regulations, 1968, and shall be read as one with the
British Nationality (Fees) Regulations, 1952, (S.R. & 0. 1952, No. 1) herein-
after referred to as the principal Regulations and all amendments thereto.
2. Replacement of Schedule to principal Regvla'Vions. For :he ,Schedlul,
to the principal Regulations which was replaced by the British Nationality
(Fees) (Amendment) Regulations, 1962, (S.R. & 0. 1962, No. 11) there shall
be substituted the Schedule set out hereunder.
3. Commencement. These Regulations shall conim into opwrationl oil the
1st day of July, 1968.

SCHEDULE.

NATURALIZATION AND NATIONALITY FEES


Matter in which fee may be taken Fees.
$
Registration of a woman who is a British protected person or an 9.60
alien as a citizen under s. 6 (2) of the British Nationality Act
1948.

Registration of a wo ~m a. British subject under s. 1 of the 9.60
British Natio y A't ~65.
Registration o or v b is a'British protected person or an alien
as a citiz i der s.2of the'Britiih Nationality Act 19-48.
Subject as hi after pi**ided, where the minor is a British pro- 36.00
tected p so
Subject as lihe *n er prrVided, where the minor is an alien; 72.00








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Matter in which fee may be taken Fees.


If the application for tlh minor's registration was made at the 9.60
samn time as an application by ion of his plrents- for a certi-
ficate of nalurali -ation.

If the application for tin miner' rcgi' ra ion was made al the 9.60
same time as an application for the registration of another
minor child of 'h~ same parcni. except in Hih case of the first
child registered in pursuance of those applications.

Registration of a stateless person as a citizen under s. 1 of the British 9.60
Nationality (No. 2) Act 1964.

Grant of a certificate of naturalisation-

To a British protected person: 72.00

To an alien. 144.00

Grant of a certificate of citizenship in case of doubt. 72.00

Registration of a declaration of intention to resume British nation- 9.60
ality.
Registration of a declhirl atim of reni.ncialion of citizenship oilIer 9.60
than a declaration made in the circumstances mentioned in
1 (1) (a) of the Britishl Nationality Act 1964.

Supplying a certified t no copy of any notice, certificate, order, 2.40
declaration or entry given, granted or made by or under the
British Nationality Act 1948.

Made by the Administrator in Council under section 4 of the British
Nationally Act (O(ffences, Penalties and Fees) Ordinance, 1950, No. 13 of 1950,
this 18th day of June, 196;. '


IIUTSON L. MARTINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(E.A. 95.)








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EXPLANATORY NOTE.

(This Note is not part of the Regulations, but it is intended to indicate their
general purport.)
It is the usual practice to charge fees closely corresponding to those charged
in the United Kingdom.
By an amendment to the British Nationality Regulations the statutory fees
for naturalisation and registration which were in existence since 1962 have
been increased with effect from 1st July, 1968.
The increases do not apply to applications' or declarations made before
1st July 1968, but not disposed of by that date.



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