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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


niblisheb bU Antlhritu.


VOL. 101.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 OCTOBER, 1968. [No. 70.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 273.


APPOINTMENTS.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.


His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the following
appointments with effect from 1st Janu-
ary, 1968.
1. Miss HARRIET GLASGOW as Super-
intendent Health Nurse.
2. Mrs. STACEY MCKIE as Senior
Health Nurse.
3. Mrs. DORIS PROVIDENCE as Junior
Health Nurse.
4. Miss ELEISE JOIN as Junior
Health Nurse.
5. Mr. EDSON BOWMAN as Steward
and Chief Dispenser, Kingstown
General Hospital.
29th October, 1968.

No. 274.
MINISTRY OP COMMUNICATIONS AND
WORKS.

His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the following
appointments in the Ministry of Com-
munications and Works with effect from
1st Januray, 1968.
1. Mr. CLYDE MCKELL as Senior Con-
struction Foreman.
2. Mr. PERCIVAL BUNTYN as Con-
struction Foreman.


3. Mr. WILMOTH McDOWALL as Con-
struction Foreman.
29th October, 1968.

No. 275.
LAND SETTLEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
BOARD.

The undermentioned persons have been
appointed to serve on the Land Settle-
:nent and Development Board with effect
friin 1st July, 1968, for a period of one
yv:i :--
HILAYs DASILVA, Esq., M.B.E. (Chair-
man)
Chief Agricultural Officer (Deputy
Chairman)
The Accountant General
REGINALD ASH, Esq.
MARTIN BARNARD, Esq.
WALTER BRIGGS, Esq.
LC'V'IIAN HIYPOLITE, Esq.
JIEsrIIAN JOHNSON, Esq.
BERTIE LAWRENCE, Esq.
IIon. S. E. SLATER.
29th October, 1968.

No. 276.
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.

Iis Honour tie Administrator has
been pleased to approve the following
appointments with effect from 1st Sep-
tember, 1968.
1. jL.JlNSTON KING as a Graduate
p -aster, Government Se-
/' cbldai. fNol. Mr. King has


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404 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2J OCTOBER, 193S.-(No. 70).


been posted for duty at the Girls'
High School.
2. Mr. ALFRED FRASER as a Graduate
Assistant Master, Boys' Grammar
School.
29th October, 1968.

No. 277.
TECIINICAL TRAINI-;; LT'EN.-.

His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the following
appointments with effect from 16th Sep-
tember, 1968.
1. Mr. KENRICK BABB as Instructor,
Technical Training Centre.
2. Mr. EGBERT GOULD as Instructor,
Technical Training Centre.
29th October, 1968.

No. 278.
His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the appointment
of Mr. PETER DE ROCIIE as Senior Con-
struction Foreman, Ministry of Com-
munications and Works on one year's
probation with effect from 15th October,
1968.
2. His Honour the Administrator
has also been pleased to approve the aT)-
pointment of Mr. HORACE L:EIS as
Organiser, Handcrafts, Education De-
partment, with effect from 16th October,
1968.
29th October, 1968.



No. 279.
TRANSFERS.

His Honour the Administrator has
approved the following transfers with
effect from 21st October, 1968.
1. Mr. 0. E. LEIGERTWOOD, until re-
cently Establishment Officer, to be
P.S./T.P.
2. Mr. F. G. THOMAS, until recently
P.S./C.W., to be Establishment
Officer.
3. Mr. M. WILLIAMS, until recent-
ly P.S./T.P., to be P.S./C.W.
4. Mr. CLAUDE SAMUEL, at present
acting P.S./C.W., to revert to his
substantive post of A.S./M.F.
Mr. M. V. WILLIAMS proceeded on
fourteen (14) days vacation leave with
effect from 23rd October, 1968 and Mr.
CLAUDE SAMUEL will continue to act as
P.S./C.W. for the period of his leave.
29th October, 1968.


No. 280.
RESUMPTION OF DUTIES.

Mr. E. R. HANNAWAY resumed duties.
as acting Postmaster on the 23rd Sep-
tember, 1968 after the completion of a
four month course in Postal Administra-
tion and a short period of leave.
2. Mis.; BETrYL RICHARDS resumed
('l~t at the Post Office o0 the 24th Sep-
tember, 1968 after the completion of a
four month course in Postal Adminis-
tration and a short period of leave.
3. Mr. J. V. ALVES Permanent Sec-
retary Chief Minister's Office resumed
duties on the 1st October, 1968 after a
period of three months vacation leave
which commenced on the 1st July, 1968.
29th October, 1968.

No. 281.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.

His Honour the Administrator has.
been pleased to approve the appointment
of Miss HETTY GUY to act as Organiser,
Infant Methods, Education Department
with effect from 1st September, 1968 and
until further notice.
29th October, 1968.

No. 282.
P E-RESIGNATION LEAVE AND
ACTING APPOINTMENT.

Consequent upon the grant of 45 days.
vacation leave with effect from 1st Sep-
tember, 1968 to Mr. LEOPOLD LEWIS
prior to his resignation from the service
with effect from 15th October, 1968, His
Honour the Administrator has been
pleased to approve the appointment of
Mr. HORACE LEWIS to act as Organiser,
Ianldcrafts with effect from 16th Sep-
tember. 1968 and until the expiration of
Mr. LEWIS' Leave.
29th October, 1968.


No. 283.
PRE-RETIREMENT LEAVE AND
ACTING APPOINTMENTS.

Consequent upon the grant of 75 days
pre-retirement leave with effect from 1st
August, 1968 to Mr. T. A. COLLINS, His
Honour the Administrator has been
pleased to approve the appointment of
Mr. PETER DEROCHE to act as Senior
Construction Foreman, Ministry of
Communications and Works, for the
period of Mr. COLLINS' pre-retirement
Leave.
29th October, 1968.





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 OCTOBER, 1968.-(No. 70). 41


No. 284.
CONFIRMATION.

His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to confirm the appointment
)f Mr. KErnwiN MORRIS as a Graduat,
Assistant Ma ter, Boy's Grammar
School, with eTeett from 13th October,
1966.
29th October, 19;6.


No. 261.
REMEMBRANCE DAY.

It is notified for general information
that Remembrance Day will be com-
memorated on Sunday, 10th November,
1968.
Government House.
22!(J October, 1968.
(G.H. 93.)

No. 2%2.
REMEMBRANCE DAY PARADE.

SUNDAY. 107T NOVEMBER, 196 .

The official commemoration of Re-
nmembrance Day will take place at ti,
War Memorial, Market Square, Kiru: -
town beginning at 8.45 a.m.
The following ceremony will take
plate:-
1. 8.:7 a.nm.
Arrival of His Honour the Ad-
ministrator.
2. 9.00 a.nm.
A gun will be fired from Central
Police Station to indicate the
commencement of two minutes
silence.
3. 9.02 a.m.
Another gun will be fired to de-
note the termination of the
silence.
4. The Last Post.
5. Hymn: "O God Our Help in
Ages Past".
6. Prayers.
7. Laying of wreaths.
8. Reveille.
9. National Anthem.
10. Departure of His Honour.
All Ex-service men should wear their
medals. Medals held by relatives of de-
ceased men may be worn by such rela-
tives on their right breast.
For the purpose of the Ceremony and
the silence to be observed at the War
Memorial. time will be taken by the
Cathedral clock.


All persons are requested to observe
the two minutes silence at 9.00 a.m.
and all vehicular traffic and normal
activities should be suspended during
the silence.
(Ce:"ctlllcit House.
22:ul Oct )ber, 1968.
(G.H. 93.)


No. 285.
BANK HOLIDAY.

By virtue of a Proclamation pub-
lished with Gazette No. 69 of 22nd
October, 1!)i8, Monday the 11th day of
November, 1968 being a Bank Holiday,
all Public Offices will be closed on that
day.
29)th catcher 1968.


No. 286.
LEGISLATION.

The following Document is published
with this .,une of the Gazette:-

S.R. & 0. No. 58.-Essential Services
(Notieei) Regulations, 1968.

By Command,

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

CIIIEF MINISTER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT.
29th October. 1968.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

TREASURY NOTICE.

BY THE AUTHORITY OF
THE LAND AND HOUSE TAX
ORDINANCE.

It is notified for general information
that Land and House Tax payable in
respect of the current year will be re-
ceived at the Tax Office, Kingstown, and
at the District Revenue Offices at
Georgetown, Barrouallie, Bequia and
Union Island during the period 1st No-
vember to 31st December, 1968, and at
Sandy Bay, Colonarie, Biabou, Mesopo-
tamia. Layou and Chateaubelair on the
dates listed hereunder:-





406 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 OCTOBER. 1968.-(No. 70).


Sandy Bay
-Friday 22nd November and 13th
December.
Colonarie
---Every Thursday during the months
November to December, except
Thursday 26th December.
Mesopotamia
-On Friday 8th, 15th, 22nd Novem-
ber and 6th, 13th, 20th December.
Biabou
-()n Tuesday 3rd, 10th, 17th Decem-
ber.
Layou
-Every Monday during the months
November to December, except
Monday 30th December.
Chateaubelair
-Every Friday during the months
November to December.
It is further notified that the Land
and House Tax Bailiffs will be in atten-
dance at most of the (ut-districts on the
above dales and defaulters for previous
years are asked to take steps to have
their arrears settled promptly, as War-
rants have already been issued to the
Bailiffs for the several Districts to take
Proceedings by" way of Ditress against
the properties. of all defaulters.
A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
Saint Vincent.
2nd October, 1968.
(4 ins.)


CUSTOMVS NOTICE.

It is herelby notified that the under-
mentioned goods which have been ware-
housed for over one year and are not
worth the duty due thereon shall he for-
feited in accordance with See. 28 of
Cap. 183 of the Laws of St. Vincent.
Date Warehoused:
19. 4. 66
Ninme of Ship:
(Ieestport
Consignee :
(Geest Industries Ltd.
Mar' s :
Cato Sardine
No. of Pkgs. & Declared Contents:
1 unpacked used Bedford Van
1 parcel merchandise
S. E. JOSHUA.
Collector of Customs d- Excise.
Custom House,
Kingstown,
2Sth October, 1968.
(5 ins.)


POLICE NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that due to repairs being car-
ried out on the undermentioned portion
of road, it will be closed to Vehicular
Traffic with effect from Monday 21st
October, 1968 until further notice.
MIDDLE STREET BETWEEN
SOUTH RIVER ROAD AND
EGMONT STREET.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police
&
Licensing Authority.
16th October, 1968.
(2 ins.)


POLICE NOTICE.

The attention of Owners of Vehicles
bearing "T" and 'II.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. & O. No. 35 of 1959 Section 21 (2)
& (3) which read 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 vehi-
cle shall have a lateral overhang
of more than six inches or a
longitudinal overhang of more
than fifty inches.
Before wooden bodies are built on any
type of vehicle, owners and builders are
requested to call at the Traffic Office,
Central Police Station where they will
be advised as to the requirements of the
Ordinance and Regulations.
Vehicles built or imported contrary
to the specifications of the above-men-
tioned Regulations will not be passed by
the Motor Vehicle Examiner.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police

Licensing Authority.
16th October, 1968.
(2 ins.)


NOTICE

THE LIQUOR LICENCE
ORDINANCE

No. 11 OF 1948

Persons intending to apply for Certi-
cates of Fitness to sell intoxicating
I.iqior in respe-t of the year 1969 un-
der the above named Ordinance are
hereby reminded that:-





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 OCTOBER, 1968.-(No. 70). 401


1. There will be the Annual Licens-
ing Sessions for the Parishes of
Saints Andrew & George, Char-
lotte, Saint David, Saint Patrick
and the Grenadines in the month
of December, 1968, for the pur-
pose of considering the grant of
new certificates and renewals in
respect of the year 1969.
2. Application forms are available at
the Magistrates' Office, Kingstown
and at the various Police Stations.
3. Applications for new Certificates
should reach the Magistrates'
Office, Kingstown, not later than
the 3,1st day of October, 1968.
4. Applications for renewals should
reach the Magistrates' Office in
Licensing Sessions in December,
1968; Applications' for renewals
are subject to a late fee if they are
not received in time.
5. The time and date and place of
the several Sessions will be pub-
lished in a subsequent notice in
the Government Gazette.
6. Notice of intention to oppose
grant of certificate must be served
upon the Magistrate and upon the
licensed dealer not less than seven
days before the day fixed for the
holding of the Licensing Session
or hearing of the application.


7. Applicants are reminded that
there are nine classes of liquor
licences issued under the Ordin-
ance i.e.--
Class 1-Wholesale Licence
Class 2-Retail Town Licence
for Kingstown, Georgetown,
Chateaubelair, Calliaqua, Bar-
rouallie, Layou.
Class 3-Retail Country Li-
cence
Class 4-Retail Grenadines Li-
cence
Class 5-Hotel Licence
Class 6-Refreshment House Li-
cence
Class 7-Occasional Licence
Class 8-Bottle Licence
Class 9-Proprietary Club Li-
cence
8. Applicants are reminded that a
Class 6 Licence i.e. a Refreshment
House Licence shall not be granted
to any person who is' not the hold-
er of a Bottle Licence under
Class 8.
Dated this 26th September, 1968.
C. E. A. RAWLE
L. A. D. WILLIAMS
S. A. BROWNE
Chairmen,
Liquor Licensing Boards.
(4 ins.)


POLICE NOTICE,

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES

It is hereby notified for general information that the inspection of Weights
and Measures for the year 1968 will commence on Monday 11th November, 1968.
Persons concerned are hereby asked to present their Weights and Measures
at the Stations in their districts on the dates hereunder:


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


Tuesday 12th Nov.
Wednesday 13th Nov.
Friday 15th Nov.
Monday 18th Nov.
Wednesday 20th Nov.
Thursday 14th Nov.
'Friday 22nd Nov.
Tuesday 26th Nov.
.Thursday 28th Nov.
Monday 2nd Dec.
Thursday 5th Dec.
Monday 9th Dec.
Wednesday 11th Dec.
Monday 2nd Dec.
Wednesday 4th Dec.
Friday 6th Dec.
Monday 9th Dec.
Thursday 12th Dec


1968-Wednesday 13th Nov.
1968-Thursday 14th Nov.
1968-Saturday 16th Nov.
1968-Tuesday 19th Nov.
1968-Thursday 21st Nov.
1968-Saturday 30th Nov.
1968-Saturday 23rd Nov.
1968-Wednesday 27th Nov.
1968-Saturday 30th Nov.
1968-Wednesday 4th Dec.
1908-Friday 6th Dec.
1968-Tuesday 10th Dec.
1968-Thursday 12th Dec.
1968-Tuesday 3rd Dec.
1968-Thursday 5th Dec.
1968-Saturday 7th Dec.
1968-Wednesday 11th Dec.
1968-Friday 13th Dec


S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.


24th October, 1968.
(3 ins.)


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i8 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 OCTOBER, 1968.-(No. 70).


NOTICE.

AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE, 1952

In pursuance of the requirements of section 3 (2; of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance, 1952, it is hereby notified for general information that
the adminiistrator-in-Council proposes to make the undermentioned Order under
section 3 (1) of the said k.rdinance.

Any person who bjlct.s to iCe making of such Order shall give notice
it writing of his objections and of the grounds on which he relies in support
thereof, to the Clerk of the Executive Council on or before the 12th day of
November, 1968.

HUTSON L. MARTINDALE
Clerk of Executive Council.
18th day of October, 1968.



SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1968, No.

AID TC PIONEER INDUSTRIES (POTTERY AND OTHER ARTS
AND CRAFTS) ORDER.

(Gazetted 29th October, 19(68.)

(FIRST PUBLICATION.)

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Pottery and other Arts and Crafts) Order, 1968.

2. Declaration. The establishment, maintenance and operation in Saint
Vincent of a factory for the manufacture of pottery and other arts and crafts
is hereby declared to be a pioneer industry for the purposes of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952, and pottery and other arts and crafts so
manufactured are declared to be pioneer products for the said purposes.


Made by the Administrator-in-Council under section 3 (1) of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952 (No. 5 of 1952) this day
of 1968.

HUTSON L. MARTINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(T.P. 737A.)
(2 ins.)


SAINT VINCENT.
TREASURY NOTICE.


BY THE AUTHORITY OF TIE "LAND AND HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE"

Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 49 of the "Land and
House Tax Ordinance" Cap. 194 as amended by Ordinance No. 12 of 1954,
that the following properties which were sold at Public Auction on the 5th'
day of October, 1968 for arrears of taxes, WILL VEST absolutely in the.





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 OCTOBER, 1968.-(No. 70). 4


purchasers' names, 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,
Accountant General.


Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
18th October, 1968.


Name of Owner
or Occupier.


Louisa Benn
Sarah Lewis

Walter Benn
Abraham Delpeche

James Lawrence

Job Hackshaw

Joseph Soso

Jo eph Benn

Alexander Charles

Alexander M. Fraser
Augustus Nedd
Cecil Browne


Location of
Property.


Carrierre
do.

Grants Vill.
Greggs
Langley
Park
Mountain
South
Rivers
Three
Rivers
Friendship
Farm
Rose Hall

Coulls Hill
Coulls Hill
Adelphi


De-;cription of
Property.


36 poles of land
One (1) wooden
dwelling house
I house spot
1; poles of land

13 acres of land

1 hou e spot

I hou e spot

1 acre of land

3 acres 14 poles of
land
1 house spot
1 house spot
34 poles of land


Purchase Date of
Price. Sale.


$10.00 5.10.68


$20.00
$65.50
$ 6.00


5.10.68
5.10.68
5.10.6


$20.50 5.10.68

$14.50 5.10.68

$40.00 5.10.68

$ 7.00 5.10.68


$85.00

$25.00
$10.50
$25.00


5.10.68

5.10.68
5.10.68
5.10.68


(2 ins.)


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SAINT VINCENT. .

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS, \

1968, No. 58.

ESSENTIAL SERVICES (NOTICES) RE ONS

(Gazetted 29th October, 1968.)

1. Short title: These Regulations may be cited as the Essential Services
(Notices) Regulations, 1968.
2. Interpretation: In these Regulations-
"the Ordinance" means the Essential Services Ordinance, 1965
(No. 11 of 1965)
"notice" means notice in writing of intended participation in a col-
lective withdrawal of labour from an essential service in accordance
with the provisions of the proviso to Section 2(1) of the Ordinance.

3. Notice of intended withdrawal of labour: In the event of a notice
being given under section 2 (1) of the Ordinance, the notice shall be given in
the form A of the Schedule hereto and shall state the date and time of the
contemplated collective withdrawal of labour, the reasons therefore, and, if
the notice is given by a registered trade union, an accurate description of the
persons employed in the essential service on behalf of whom the notice is
given.
(2) Notice in the form A may be delivered at any time not being more
than twenty-eight days nor less than fourteen days before the date on which
the collective withdrawal of labour, as stated in the notice, is contemplated.
(3) Every notice in the form A delivered more than fourteen days before
the date stated in the notice shall for the purposes of Section 2(3) of the
Ordinance and all other purposes be deemed to be, and shall take effect as if
it had been, a notice of the period of fourteen days expiring on the date of the
contemplated collective withdrawal of labour as stated in such notice.

4. Postponement of date and time of withdrawal: Without prejudice to
any agreement in writing or otherwise between the parties-
(a) the individual or trade union giving notice in the form A of a con-
templated withdrawal of labour may at any time before the expiration of the
period stated in such notice, by notification in the form B of the Schedule
hereto, postpone for any period, not being less than one nor more than three
days, the date and time of the contemplated withdrawal and the notice shall
thereupon take effect as if the latter date had been stated in the notice.







(b) the date and time of a contemplated withdrawal of labour as originally
stated in the form A may be postponed by not more than three notifications in
the form B and for a total period not exceeding one week.

5. Delivery of Form A and Form B: 1) Notice in the form A and noti-
fication of a postponenwat in the Form B shall be addressed-
(a) in the case of the G government, to the Administrator with aI copy to
the Head of each Department in which workers concerned may be employed;
(1) in the case of local authorities, to the Warden or Clerk as the case
may he of each Town Board. District Concil or Village Council which may be
involved;
e(-) in any other case, to the employer, his nmnager or other principal
officer in Saint Vincent at the employer's registered office or principal place
of business in Saint Vincent;
(d) to the Labour Coinmssioner.
(2) The notice or notification of postponement of withdrawal may be
delivered by hand during normal office working hours or otherwise by
registered post in the normal course of business but shall not take effect until
actually received by or on behalf of the addressee and the onus of proof of
delivery shall be on the person giving ',ch notice or notification of post-
ponement of withdrawal. The addressee shall as oon as may be reasonably
possible acknowledge receipt of notice in the foiir A or the form B but
failure to acknowledge receipt shall not of itself invalidate any notice which
may have been delivered.

6. Lapse of notice: Q1, Without prejudice to the delivery of a new
notice any notice in the form A which is not acted upon at the date and time
stated thereon, including any postponed date and time agreed between the
parties or notified in the form B in accordance with the provisions of Regula-
tions 4 hereof shall thereupon become invalid, and shall cease to have effect.
(2) Delivery of a notice in the form A shall render invalid, null and
void any notice previu:n ly delivered by an individual or on his behalf by a
registered trade union.



Made by the Administrator-in-Council unier Sc.tion 2(2) of the Essential
Services Ordinance, 19(5. (No. 11 of 1965), this 22nd day of October. 1968.

IIUTSON L. MARTINI)ALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.





321

SCHEDULE

Form A.

Essential Services Ordinance, 1965 (No. 11 of 1965).
Form of notice of strikes or other collective withdrawal of labour from
an essential service

T o ................................... ............. ................. (s e n otes D a t ................... ......................... 19............

A ddress....... .............. ............................... ..... 1 and 2 below )






Notice is hereby given that / members of te ......................

................... ...... Trade union. employed in the........................

..........................................(see note 4 below) (branch or section) of the ........................

...................................................... ..................... ( part ent or undertaking intend to
participate in a collective withdrawal of labour in pursuance of a trade dispute

w ith effect from .............................. a.m p./ m .. (11 ti ........................................................... day of

............................................................. .... ( m month ). 1!)............ (See note 3 below )

The reasons for the collective withdrawal of liabol r are (See note 4 below)









S ig n ed ..................................................... (In d iv id u nl ........................................................................ S ig n ed
worker)
P o st o r tra d e ........................................................... ............... .......... .......................... .................O office

........................................... ............. T ra d e U n ion
*Delete as necessary







(a)


This notice must be addressed-


Notes 1


(iii) in other cases, to the employer or his manager or principal office
in St. Vincent.
(b) A copy of this notice should be sent to the Labour Commissioner.

2. The notice may be delivered by hand during normal working
hours or sent by registered post to the addressee at his normal
or principal place of business in St. Vincent.

3. The time and date of the intended collective withdrawal of labour
must be stated and mnst not be more than twenty eight days or
less than fourteen days from the delivery of this notice.

4. If there is insufficient space on the form an accurate description
of the persons on behalf of whom the notice is given and the
reason for the contemplated collective withdrawal.


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(i) in the case of Government, to the Administrator with a copy to
the Head of each Department in which workers concerned may
be employed.
(ii) in the case of local aul horities, to the Warden or clerk as the
case may be of each Town Board, District Council or Village
Council which may be involved; and







FORM B.

Essential Servicest Ordinance, 1965 (No. 11 of 1965).

Form of notification of postponement of a strike or other collective
withdrawal of labour from an essential service.

T o ................................................................................................... D a te ...................... .........................................1 9 ............

A re ............................... ..................





Notice is hereby given that the contemplated collective withdrawal of

labour a;s -lated ill y no tice on For in A of 1 le ...... .............................. ............19.....

is hereby postponed ul til ................................................................................. ./p.m .*

o nt th e ................................ ................ ( :iy if ............................................ ....... 1 .........

S ig ln d ........................................ .. ..... I d v id l ..................................... ........................ . ............. g n e
w rkier)
P o, t ( r trad e ....................................... ......... ........ ... ........ ... ..................... ........ ................... O ffi ce

............................................................ T ra d e n io n
*Delete as lineessaiiy.

Notes: 1. This notifications miiust he addres.-ed to the same addressee as the
original Forrii A and delivered in the amine way.

2. The time and date to which the contemplated withdrawal of
labour is postponed must be not more than one day or less than
three days after the date of the original notice (as postponed by
any previous notification oil Form B).

3. Not 1more than three notifications of postponement for a total
period not exceeding one week may be given in respect of any
Form A.




PRINTED IV TIIE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN. ST. VINCENT.
I6 Price (I (c illts.
1968.


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