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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
Kingstown St. Vincent
Publication Date: February 4, 1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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    Ordinance No. 1 of 1969: An Ordinance to give Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Limited the sole right of establishing and working public telephones in Saint Vincent and for purposes connected therewith
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    Ordinance No. 2 of 1969: An Ordinance to amend the Police Ordinance by repealing and replacing section 48A thereof
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    Ordinance No. 3 of 1969: An Ordinance to grant pensionable status to Maurice Sharpe in respect of his past non-pensionable service as a teacher with the Government of Saint Vincent and to determine what portion of the said non-pensionable period of service shall be taken into account in computing his pension
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    Ordinance No. 4 of 1969: An Ordinance to authorise the payment of an amount by way of gratuity and pension to Arnold E. Lawrence, formerly an Agricultural Instructor in the service of the Government of Saint Vincent
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    Ordinance No. 5 of 1969: An Ordinance to authorise the payment of a gratuity and pension to John Christopher Dublin, formerly an Agricultural Instructor in the service of the Government of Saint Vincent
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    Ordinance No. 6 of 1969: An Ordinance to demonetize the Half-Cent Coin
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    Ordinance No. 7 of 1969: An Ordinance to amend the Lewis Punnett Endowment Ordinance, 1953
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 4: Government and Assisted Primary Schools (Amendment) Regulations, 1969
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


Sunblitjr b Y U ntLhoritU.

VOL. 102.1 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 FEBRUARY, 1969. [No. 7.


GOVERNMENT


NOTICES.


No. 33.


ABSENCE OF HON. CHIEF MINISTER/MINISTER OF FINANCE.


The Hon. R. MILTON CATO, Chief Minister/Minister of Finance left St.
Vincent on Sunday, 2nd February, 1969 on official duties in Trinidad.
4th February, 1969.


No. 34.
APPOINTMENT.

Consequent on the absence from the Territory of the Honourable R. M.
,CATO, Chief Minister/Minister of Finance, the Honourable S. E. SLATER,
-Minister for Communications and Works, has been appointed to act as Chief
Minister and Minister of Finance in conjunction with his substantive duties
with effect from 2nd February, 1969 and until further notice.
4th February, 1969.


No. 35.
ABSENCE OF THE HON. MINISTER FOR HOUSING, LOCAL GOVERNMENT
AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT.

The Hon. L. C. LATHAM, Minister for Housing, Local Government and
Community Development left St. Vincent on Sunday, 2nd February, 1969 on
,official duties in Trinidad.
4th February, 1969.


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28 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 FEBRUARY, 1969.-(No. 7.)


No. 36.
APPOINTMENT.

Consequent on the absence from tie Territory of the Honourable L. C.
LIATHAM, Minister for Housing, Local Government and Community Develop-
ment, the Honourable J. L. EUSTACE, Minister of Social Services and Education,
has been appointed to act as Minister for Housing, Local Government and
Community Development in conjunction with his substantive duties with effect
from 2nd February. 1969 and until further notice.
4th February, 1969.



No. 37.
ABSENCE OP THE HON. MINISTER FOR TRADE, PRODUCTION, LABOUR
AND TOURISM.

The Hon. J. F. MITCIIELL, Minister for Trade, Production, Labour and
Tourism left St. Vincent on Sunday, 2nd February, 1969 on official duties in
Trinidad.
4th February, 1969.



No. 38.
APPOINTMENT.

Consequent on the absence from the Territory of the Honourable J. F.
MITCHELL, Minister for Trade, Production, Labour and Tourism, the Honour-
able H. K. TANNIS, Minister of State, has been appointed to act as Minister
for Trade, Production, Labour and Tourism in conjunction with his subtsantive
duties with effect from 2nd February, 1969 and until further notice.
4th February, 1969.


No. 39.
LEGISLATION.

The undermentioned Ordinances which
have been assented to by His Honour
the Administrator are published with
this issue of the Gazette:-
No. 1 of 1969.-An Ordinance to give
Cable and Wireless (West Indies)
Limited the sole right of establish-
ing and working public telephones
in Saint Vincent and for purposes
connected therewith.

No. 2 of 1969.-An Ordinance to
amend the Police Ordinance by re-
pealing and replacing section 48A
thereof.
(See. M.P. 97.)

No. 3 of 1969.-An Ordinance to grant
pensionable status to MAURICE
SHARPE in respect of his past non-
pensionable service as a teacher
with the Government of Saint
Vincent and to determine what


portion of the said non-pensionable
period of service shall be taken into
account in computing his pension.
(P.F.4152.)

No. 4 of 1969.-An Ordinance to
authorise the payment of an amount
by way of gratuity and pension to
ARNOLD E. LAWRENCE, formerly an
Agricultural Instructor in the ser-
vice of the Government of Saint
Vincent.
No. 5 of 1969.-An Ordinance to
authorise the payment of a gratuity
and pension to JOHN CHRISTOPHER
DUBLIN, formerly an Agricultural
Instructor in the service of the
Government of Saint Vincent.
No. 6 of 1969.-An Ordinance to de-
monetize the Half-Cent Coin.
No. 7 of 1969.-An Ordinance to
amend the Lewis Punnett Endow-
nent Ordinance, 1953.
4th February, 1969.





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4


No. 40.
The following Document is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-
S. R. & 0. No. 4.-Government and
Assisted Primary Schools (Amend-
nent) Regulations, 1969.
4th February, 1969.
By Command,
J. V. ALVES,
Permanent Secretary,
Chief Minister's Office.

CHIEF MINISTER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT.
4th February, 1969.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.


TREASURY NOTICES

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that the original of Treasury
Receipt No. 188272 in the series 188201
-188300 is presumed lost and cannot
therefore be held as a valid receipt.

A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant General.
31st January, 1969.



The attention of the Public is drawn
to Section 12 of the Saint Vincent Sav-
ings Bank Rules made on 1st May, 1936
which reads as follows:--
"12. Every depositer shall once in
each year, in the month of February,
forward his passbook to the Manager
for examination and comparison with
the books of the office, and for entry of
any interest due to the 31st December
previous. If any depositor fails to send
in his passbook as herein directed the
Colonial Treasurer may without fur-
ther formality forthwith direct that ex-
cept the withdrawal of the whole amount
standing to the credit of the depositor
no further transactions shall be allowed
in respect of the account".
Every depositor who has so far not
forwarded his passbook to the Treasury
is requested to do so as soon as possible.

A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant General.
25th January, 1969.


POST OFFICE NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that a Special Issue of St.
Vin-ent Postage and Revenue Stamps
commemorating CARNIVAL, in deno-
minations of le., 5e., 8c., & 25c. is due
to be released for sale at the General
Post Office, Kingstown, and District
Post Offices throughout the Territory on
17th February, 1969.
A First Day Cover Service will be in
operation at the General Post Office on
the day of Release to facilitate Philate-
lists.
The Stamps depict the following sub-
jects lc. a male masquerader, 5c. A Steel
Bands Man, 8c. Queen of the Bands
25c. Carnival Revellers and will remain
on sale for a period of three months or
until stocks are exhausted, whichever is
the sooner.

E. R. HANNAWAY,
Postmaster.

General Post Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
28th January, 1969.



NOTICE

INCREASE IN BAR EXAMINATION
FEES.

The Council of Legal Education has
decided that in view of rising expenses,
it is necessary to raise examination fees
charged by the Council for the Part I
and Part II Bar Examinations. Accor-
dingly with effect from the next examin-
ations to be held in May 1969, the fees
will be as follows:
(a) The fees for the examination in
each Section of Part I will be
raised from 1 to 2:
(b) The fee for the examination in
each Section of Part II will be
raised from 1. 5. to 2:
(c) For students taking the examina-
tion at an overseas centre the fee
for the examination for each Sec-
tion of Part I or Part II will be
raised from 2 to 3.
(NOTE: There will continue to be, as
in the past, an overseas local cen-
tre fee paid direct to the body
making the local arrangements
for supervising the examination.


FE-BRUARY, 196:f.--No. 7.)





30 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 FEBRUARY, 1969.-(No. 7.)


This fee varies according to the
over;'eas, c' t;e coiioneerned.)
(d) The exempl)'on fee for University
gradaunt s v,.; remain unchanged
at "I 'or ea: oI Section in Part I
for vwiich cex',i option is granted.
In view of tli:, aOtil louncement it has
;lso been dl ti!d: ti-i the last date for
entries for ilie Tr'iniy Bar 1!)(9 exam-
inations to 1i, received will be 1st March
] f!). No tries wvhatsoever will be re-
ceived after that date.
2Sth January, 1969.

VEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN TIE IIIGH COURT
((C' ; iM i NAL JURISDICTION )
ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT
A.D. 1969

FEBRUARY CRIMINAL ASSIZES

Notice is hereby given that a sitting
of the Supreme Court of the West
Indies Associated States in its CRIMI-
NAL JURISDICTION will be held at
the Court ITouse, Kingstown, on Thurs-
,day, 6th February, 1969 at 10.00 o'clock
in the forenoon and continuing.
All parties concerned also such per-
sons as are bound over by recognizance
to prosecute, answer charges or give evi-
dence or summoned as Jurors or wit-
nesses, are hereby commanded to give
their personal attention and attendance.
BY COMMAND,
A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar Supreme Court.
Registrar's Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
21st January, 1969.

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT.
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1969.
SUIT No: 193 OF 1966.
BETWEEN :
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK-Plaintiff
OF COMMERCE
AND


OLIVER DA SILVA


-Defendant


PURSUANT to an Order made on
the 31st day of July, 1967 THERE
WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE by


thel Registrar oS th' Supreme Court at
the Court Hounc. Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent. between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12 noon on S;.turday the 8th day of
February, 1969 all the Right Title and
Interest mesiuages lands and tenements
vested in and in lhe possession of the
Defendant--OLIVER DA SILVA-of
Richmond Hill as specified in the Sche-
ruile hereto.

THE SCHEDULE
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Montreal in the Parish
of Charlotte in the Island of Saint Vin-
ceni being TEN AND ONE-HALF
(101/') Acres in area more or less and
builted and bounded on the North by
lands presumably owned by Hardy
Bowman on the East by a river on the
South by lands presumably owned by
Edward Lewis and on the West by a
Government Road or howsoever other-
wise the same may be butted bounded
known or described together with all
ways waters watercourses lights liber-
ties privileges and all other easements
and appurtenances thereto belonging or
usually held used occupied and enjoyed
therewith or reputed to belong or be
appurtenant thereto.
Reserved Price $15,000.00.
Dated this 20th day of January, 1969.

A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of
the Supreme Court.



WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT.
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1969.
SunT No: 151 OF 1966.
BETWEEN:
TIlE ROYAL BANK OF -Plaintiff
CANADA
AND
i EONARD ALEXANDER -Defendant

PURSUANT to an Order made on
the Pth day of July, 1968 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 noon on Saturday the 8th day of
February, 1969 all the Right Title and
Interest messuages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the
Defendant LEONARD ALEXANDER
of Kingstown as specified in the Sche-
dule hereto.





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4


THE SCHEDULE
ALL TIAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Fountain in the Parish
of Saint (ieorge in the Island of Saint
Vincent being Lot No. 9 of the Fountain
Estate Allotments containing by ad-
measurement Four Thousand Five Hun-
dred and Nineteen Square Feet (4.519
sq. ft.) i:i extent and abutted and
bounded on the North-East by Lot
No. 11 on the South-East by Lot No. 1'
on the South-West by a Road and on
the North-West by a Canal Reserve or
as is delineated in a Plan or Diagram
thereof dated the 17th day of June 1960
drawn by E. Stinson Camnpbell Licensed
Land Surveyor and lodged at the Sur-
ve:s Office on the 29ti day of June 1960
under Plan Number G 464 together with
all buildings and erections thereon and
all easements thereto belonging.
Reserved Price i$900.00
Dated this 20th day of January, 1969.


A. T. W
Acting I
the Supr


WEST INDIES ASSOC
STATES SI:PREME C
IN THE IIGII CO
(ST. VINCENT ('RC
A.D. 1969.


S1rT No: 34 or 197.
BETWEEN:
THE ROYAL BANK OF
CANADA
AND
DILWIN BAPTISTE


23 P.) and is bounded on the North by
a road and by Lot Number 82 on the
South by lands of Adelphi Estate on the
East by a road and on the West by
Grant's Village Together with build-
ings an)d erections thereon and all ways
waters watercourses rights lights liber-
tie:P privileges and all other easements
a:tnd advantages thereto.
Reserve Price $500.00

Daied this 20th day of January, 1969.

A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of
the Supreme Court.


INCOMiE TAX NOTICE


TO TIHE GENERAL PUBLIC


OODS, Every person, not being a;n employed
(cgistrar of person, is hereby reminded that the
nme Court. late.,t date fcr the submission of Income
Tax Return,, for assessment in the year
1969 is the 2lst March, 1969, and that
IATnED failure to give notice of chargeability
is an offence against the Income Tax
OURT Ordinance rendering the person con-
JRT. eerned l:able on summary conviction to
TIT) a penalty not exceeding ONE THOU-
SAND DOLLARS and in default of
payment to imprisonment with or with-
out hard lIbour for a term not exceed-
in.g four months, and after judgement
-Plainiff- has been given for that penalty to a
further penalty of fifty dollars for
every day during which the refusal,
failure or neglect to render any doeu-
-Dcfer,~i lt ,ient .ontinnes.


PURSUANT to a. Order made on
the 9th May, 1968. THERE WILL
BE OFFERED FOR SALE by the
Registrar of the Supreme Court at
the Court IIouse. Kings:town, St. Vin-
cent, between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12 noon on Saturday the Slth day of'
February, 1969 all the Right Title and
Interest inessuages lands and tenemenits
vested in and in the p,'sse:sion of the
Defendant DILWVIN BAPTISTE of
Biabou as specified in the Schedule
hereto.
THE SCHEDULE
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Adelphi being a part of
Adelphi Estate in the Parish of Char-
lotte in the Island ofl Sait Vii> ct beini
Lot No. 99 in a plan prepared by Arthur
Bertram Anderson Spence Licensed
Land Surveyor and which said loit
of land contain ONE ROOD and
TWENTY-THREE POLES (1 R.


2. EVE-I' PERSON whose income
accruing in, derived from the Colony
ir el- where and whether received in
the Colony or not for the preceding
year. exceeded the statutory limit of
$600.00 is required to submit a return
,ii likh prescribed form notwithstand-
ing that on account of approved de-
ductions no tax may eventually be
charvreable, and particular attention is
di-',c ted to the fact that the term "in-
com-ne is d(Ior-ed io include not only
money but a!l'o allowances in kind.

3. Efforts are being made to send
forms to such persons. It is to be
clearly understood, however, that the
ITc me T;;x D)epartiment is under no
c;liir;!r;, to send a return form to any
one and ihat a person is not exoner-
ated from the statutory liability of
maki ng a return even though a foim
may not have been received from the
Department. Forms may be obtained,


FEBRUARY, 1969.--(No. 7.)


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32 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 FEBRUARY, 1969.-(No. 7.)


on application, at the Revenue Offices
at Georgetown, Barrouallie, Bequia
and Union Iland, or in any other dis-
trict from the Police Station situate
therein or from the Income Tax De-
partment, King4town, where any per-
son requiring information in connec-
tion therewith is invited to enquire.

4. The form correctly completed
should be accompanied by all necessary
Statements. Specimens of the form of


account required from small traders and
from occupiers or cultivators of land
vwi be supplied on request.

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

Inland Revenue Office,
King ..own.
8th January, 1969.


POLICE NOTICES

CARNIVAL-1969


Regulations made by the Chief of Police under Section 79 (1) of the Motor
Vehicles and Road Tnaffic Ordinance No. 20 of 1940.

SATURDAY 15TH FEBRUARY, 1969-between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and
12.00 mid-night.

MONDAY 17TH FEBRUARY, 1969-between the hours of 3.00 p.m. and
8.00 p.m.

MOTOR VEHICLES ENTERING VICTORIA PARK
Vehicles will enter Victoria Park by way of North River Road and Peebles
Bridge.
MOTOR VEHICLES EXIT FROM VICTORIA PARK
Exit will be by way of Bentinck Square and Road to Leeward.

POLICE ARE UNDER STRICT INSTRUCTIONS TO ENFORCE
THESE REGULATIONS DURING THE TIMES THEY APPLY.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.



SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY, 1969


QUEEN'S CARNIVAL COMPETITION-RUSSELL'S
-STONEY GROUND


CINEMA


Regulations made by the Chief of Police under Section 79 (1) of the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance No. 20 of 1940.

SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY, 1969-between the hours of 7.00 p.m. and
12 mid-night.

Vehicles entering Stoney Ground on the above mentioned date and time
will conform to a system of one-way traffic which has been arranged.
MOTOR VEHICLES ENTRY
Vehicles will enter Stoney Ground by way of North River Road.




SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 FEBRUARY, 1969.-(No. 7.) 33


MOTOR VEHICLES EXIT
Exit will be by Road to Leeward.

ONE WAY TRAFFIC
OLD MONTROSE ROAD: between Peebles Bridge and junction to Hon.
J. L. Eustace residence. SOUTH TO NORTH ONLY.
STONEY GROUND ROAD: between Old Montrose Road and Road to
Leeward. EAST TO WEST ONLY.
POLICE ARE UNDER STRICT INSTRUCTIONS TO ENFORCE
THESE REGULATIONS DURING THE TIMES THEY APPLY.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.

TUESDAY 18TH FEBRUARY, 1969

Permission is hereby granted by the Chief of Police for Bands to perform
through the streets of Kingstown during Carnival Tuesday 18th February,
1969, between the hours of 6.00 a.m. and 8.00 p.m. These bands will conform
to a system of one-way Traffic which has been arranged.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Pdice.

TUESDAY 18TH FEBRUARY, 1969

MOTOR VEHICLES ENTRY INTO VICTORIA PARK
Vehicles will enter Victoria Park by way of North River Road and Peebles
Bridge.
MOTOR VEHICLES EXIT FROM VICTORIA PARK
Exit will be by Bentinck Square and Road to Leeward.
PARKING ARRANGEMENTS
Buses and Trucks carrying advertising bands will enter through the
western gate, drop performers and exit as directed by the Police.
Buses and trucks not carrying advertising bands will park in the open
space behind the General Hospital Annex.
Leeward buses will park on the Park Stand on the Eastern side of South
River Road.
Windward Buses will park on the open space of land South of Bay Street
formerly used by'Geest Industries.
Taxis which usually park on the Park Stand on Hillsboro Street will park
on the Park Stand on the Eastern Side of the Court House.
VEHICLES PROHIBITED
Between the hours of 1.00 p.m. and 8.00 p.m. the following Streets will be
closed to all Vehicular Traffic.
(1) HALIFAX AND GRANBY STREETS (BACK STREET)
BETWEEN FORESTERS CORNER AND HILLSBORO STREET
(U.T.L. CORNER).
(2) BAY STREET-BETWEEN JAMES STREET AND HILLSBORO
STREET.
BANDS ONLY WILL BE PERMITTED ALONG THESE STREETS
DURING THE PERIODS STATED.
ONE WAY TRAFFIC--BANDS ONLY
BACK STREET between the corner of Hillsboro
Street East (U.T.L. CORNER) and Foresters
Corner ... WEST TO EAST





34 SAINT VIXC'ENT, TUES:!AY. 4 FEBRUARY, 1969.-(No. 7.)


BAY STREET between Hillsboro Street and James
Street ...... EAST TO WEST
ONE WAY TRAFFIC -VEHICLES AND BANDS
Between the hours or 1.00 p.m. and 8.0) p.m. the following roads will be
ONE WAY DRIVE.
TYRELL, GRENV\IILI.E AND HALIFAX STREETS
IBACK ST?'REETi), between the corner of the un-
ILrd 'Street iiwir MIr. Connell's residence and
WI'- Ch;iapi (['.T.LJ. CORNER.) ...... WEST TO EAST
MIDDLE S',) T L, I''. between Jameis Street and the
iuiinamed S.:" ne~:ar Mr. Connell's residence ...... EAST TO WEST

IIAY STREET-between Hillsboro Street and the
iemnamed Street near Mr. Coniell's residence ...... E \ST TO WEST


I NN.\MED TI) ET NEAR IMR. CONNELL'S


RESIDENT CE


BIZ F' )h1;R) STREET


...... NRTI TO ,SOUTTI
(Back to Bay Street)
SOUTII TO NORTH
(Bay to Back Street)
SNORTI TO SO 'TII
(Back to Bay Streetl
SOUTI TO NORTH
(Bay to Pack Street)


HIL LSBOR( E) STEET- -eie ween Middle Street and
,av Steet ...... NORTI '()O SOF (TH
(Middle to Bay St.)

IliiLLSLOR) PEE'T (EAST AND) WEST)
;ET \VEN Al[II)LIE STREET AND IALIFAX
siEE'T ...... NO ENTRY except
Police and Fire Vehi-
cles.

EGMOUNT STREET ...... NORTH TO SOUTII
(Back to Bay Street)


SUTLI S:IfVER. BOAI)


McKIES 11i l,1 l ) AD- between Lyric
and Judg~.'s lrhidge


... SOTII TO NORTH
(B;ay to Back Street)
.NORTH TO SOUTH
(Back to Bay Street)
Trading Co.


PAUL'S )LOT R).\ D-botween C.D.C. and Halifax
Strei.t
FE!RNSIE ROADI-- I'tween North River Road and
i'anl's Avelne h1oad
WINDWARD VEHICLES EXIT


.SOUTH TO NORTH
(i.e. from Lyric to
Judges Bridge)

NORTH TO SOUTH

.....WEST TO LEAST
.....McKIES HILL ROAD


PLEASE NOTE THAT BETWEEN TIE HOURS OF 1.00 P.M. AND
8.00 P.M. VEHICLES PROCEEDING TO THE WINDWARD SIDE CAN
DO SO BY WAY OF McKIES HILL ONLY.
i'OLICE ARE UNDER STRICT INSTRUCTIONS TO ENFORCE
TIHESE RELATIONS DURING THE TIMES THEY APPLY.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 30 cents. I




















SAINT VINCENT.


No. 1 of 1969.

I Assent,

H. GEORGE,

[ L. S. ] Administrator.

27th January, 1969.

AN ORDINANCE to give Cable and Wireless (West Indies)
Limited the sole right of es-tablishing aind working public
telephones in Saint Vincent and for purposes connected
therewith.

[ On Proclamation. ]

Be it enacted by the Quecn'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 nm;v be cited as the Public Telephones short litle.
Ordinance, 1969.

2. (1) In this Ordinance and the Regulations made Interp:ctation.
hereunder:-
"Company" means Caible and Wireless (West Indies)
Limited being a Company incorporated under the
laws of Great Britain with limited liability, and
having its registered office at Mercury Iouse, Theo-
balds Road, London, W.C.1., and the successors,
lessees or assigns of the said Company which, by an






No. 1. Public Telephones. 1969.


Agreement made the twenty-eight day of March, 1967,
with the (overnlment of Saint Vincent undertakes to
install, maintain and operate the telephone system of
Saint Vincent and includes any person duly author-
ised by the Company to do any act on its behalf;
"Land" mean-, land not being a street or road and not
being land by the side and forming part of a street
or road and includes land laid out for and proposed
by the owner to be converted into a street or road;
"Post" means and1 includes a post, pole, standard, stay,
strut or other contrivance for carrying, suspending
or supporting a telephone;
"Telephone" mean and includes a wire or wires, con-
ductor or other means us;ed for the purpose of tele-
phioic or electric signalling communication with or
without any casing, coating, covering, tube, pole or
pipe enclosing, surrounding or supporting the same,
and any insulators, instruments or apparatus con-
nected therewith;
"Telephone service" includes installing, maintaining and
operating a telephone system, and the utilisation of
the same for the purpose of transmitting the sound
of the human voice and/or electric signals over,
through or by means of an electric wire or other
electric device;
"Telephone system" includes the buildings, installations,
exchanges, telephone lines, telephone posts, mechani-
cal appliances, and things of whatsoever description
required for the purpose of supplying or providing
telephonic or electric signalling communication.
"Tree" means any tree, wood, bamboo, underwood or
other produce of the soil whether cultivated or not;
"Water Authority" means the body or person having the
management and control of the water supply.
(2, ExpressionQ referring to The construction or main-
tenance of a telephone along any ilreet, road, land or building,
mean the placing or maintaining of the wires, conductor or
other means of telephonic communication over, along, under
or across such street, road, land or building, and the placing
or maintaining of posts and other structures in or on such
street, road, land or building.







Public Telephones.


3. Without prejudice to th, right of the Government of Right of
Saint. Vincent to establish, maintain and operate such tele- ('omipalvy to
establish
phone service-; as the Administrator in Council may deem telepobis.
necessary for the use of the public service, but not as a service
for use by the public, the Company shall have and exorcise the
sole right of establishing and working telephones in Saint
Vincent, and it shall not be lawful for any person to establish
telephonic communication independently of the Company
(except for purely private purposes) or to connect any private
telephone with the Company's telephone system.

4. Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of Penalty.
the preceding section shall be guilty of an offence and liable,
on summary conviction, to a fine not exceeding Two hundred
and forty dollars, and Fifty dollars for each day during which
such contravention continues.


5. The Company shall have the right to erect and main-
tain posts at the side of any public road or street for the
purpose of telephone service, and the telephones may pass
across or along the sides of any public road or street provided
that such posts or telephones do not obstruct the traffic on any
public road or street and such telephones are stretched and
kept stretched at a height of at least sixteen feet from the
ground.
6. The Company may from time to time, for the purpose
of establishing and working telephones in Saint Vincent, open
or break up any street or road, and subject to agreement with
the Water Authority, alter the position thereunder of any
pipe (not being a main) for the supply of water:
Provided that such street or road so broken up shall be
restored by the Company to the satisfaction of the Adminis-
trator in Council.

7. Where any telephones belonging to the Company are
placed in or upon any premises, not being in possession of the
Company, for the purpose of supplying telephonic communi-
ation under the provisions of this Ordinance and of any
Regulations made thereunder, such telephones shall rot be
subject to distress or to the landlord's remedy for rent of the
premises where the same may be, nor shall the same be liable
to be taken in execution under any process of a Court of
Justice or under any proceedings in bankruptcy or insolvency
against the person in whose possession the same may be.


Right to place
telephones on
public roads,
etc.





Power to open
or break up
street.






Telephones not
distrainable.


1969.







PIublic Telephones.


Power to place
telephones on
land.






Restrictions on
exercise of
power over
private land.


8. Subject to the res'rie'tions and provisions hereinafter
contained, the Company ai;iy place and maintain telephones
over any land or building in Saint Vincent, and may enter upon
any land in 'Saint Vincent and place and maintain posts there-
on, and repair or renew any posts now thereon, or placed there-
on under the provision of -his Ordimance and may lop, trim or
cut down any tree that in its opinion is likely tc( damage or
obstruct the telephone service.

9. In the exercise, of the powers conferred by the fore-
going section the Company shall be subject to the following
restrictions:-
(i) It shall not place any post or telephone on any private
land that shall cause interference with or obstruc-
tion of the occupier of any lands in any bu:'snes of
cultivation carried on upon such land.
(ii) It shall not, without he c(ons(ent of1 ~ e owner or
occupier, place or maintain any ielhphlne on or over
any building at a lesser height than ten feet from the
ground.
(iii) In placing tl.' telephone over any building it shall
not place ih at .: 'sser height above the roof han six
feet if the owner or occupier shall so object.
(iv) It shall not place any post on any private land, or
]lace any telephone over any private land or build-
ing or cut down any trees thereon, until it shall have
given at least twenty-one days' notice in writing to
the owner or occupier ii the land or I iildirg of its
intention so to do, special' ing th e work to be done.
(v) On receipt of any notice cf the intention of the Com-
pany to place an: post on any private land, or to cut
down any trees thereon, the owner or occupier or his
agent may, within fourteen days thereafter give
notice in writing of his objection through the Com-
pany to the Ad inistrator in Council against the
execution of the same or any part thereol', whereupon
the Company shall not proceed with the sa'd work
or such part thereof as is objected to until directed
by the Adminisirator in (Counoil so to do.


Procedure on 10. (1) On receipt of a notice of intention to appeal to
appeal from the Administrator in Conm'il un le' ihe preceding section, the
the decision of Comnpafly shall for01"irl tile d ilin 1 t1gethr'with a report in
the Company
to place post
on private land.


1969.


No. 1.





Public Telephones.


writing to ihe Administrator in Council who shall, after con..
sideration of the same and any further statement of the person
objecting, either died the Comp;ia nyo Ip'.oceed with Ihe work
or, if in his opinion the some is lot !,v,(es.ary for the public
collvenieice or v.ill oeciOsionl ulni. coss-ry inconvenience or in-
jury to the person objecting, either allow the objection and
direct the Conpa y not to prI)ccid \wih\ l, ,i work, or direct the
Compan-y io proceed with the same subject to such modifica-
tions, as he may think fit to make.
(2 [11 the event of the Administrator in Council directing
work to be done which, in his opii,ifo, may cause damage to
the person objecting, lie may direct compensation to be made.


11. If the owner or occupieir (f any building or land
over or upon wl'ch any telephone or posi has been placed shall
give notice inll w iting to the Com:npm.y ;L' hi,. intention to extend
or alter such building, or 1o erect any building on the said
!and necessitalting the alteration or i ;oving of any telephone
or post, the ('Cimpany shall within l fourteen days from the
receipt of such notice cause such telephone or post to be
altered or mov( d accordingly.

12. Any per-on who without due cause obstructs or
attempts to obstruct the companyy iw lie lawful performance
of any of the powers conferred on the Company by sections
6 and 8 of this Ordinance shall be guilty of an offence and shall
be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding Two
hundred dollars.

13. Any person who shall wilfully damage or destroy any
telephone .systeio, the property' of tile company shall be guilty
of an offence aid :hall be liable on summary conviction to a
fine not exceediiqg Two hundred and forty dollars; and the
Court may also i order tile fu!! cost cf repairs of any damage to
the telephone s-ystemn caused by any such offence to be paid by
the offender to the Company.

14. Any person who flies or attempts to fly any kite or
other similar apparatus within a distance of 100 yards of any
telephone ,hall be unil'y of an offenep and shall on summary
conviction be liable to a fine int exceeding Twenty-five dollar':
and it shall be lawful for tan member of tie Police Force or
any tclphone linesman to troyry or -on0fseate an-" kite or
other similar apparatus which any person shall so fly or
attempt to fly.


Ieliioval of
Itelp1hone to
nllow erection
or nitc:ration
of building.





Oft"nice of
oilstructings the
Company.




'Pc.alty for
imagingg or
telephone
sys erm.




Restriction as
to flying of
kites.


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1969.







Public Telephones.


Control of
telephones in
case of
emergency.


No. 10 of 1952.


15. (1) When in the opinion of the Administrator in
Council an emergency has arisen in which it is expedient for
the public interest that the Government should have control
over the telephone service, the Administrator may, by warrant
under his hand, direct and cause the Company's telephone
system or any part thereof or any one or more telephones to
be taken possession of in the name and on behalf of the Govern-
ment and to be used for the Government service, and, subject
thereto, for such ordinary service as may seem fit, or may
direct and authorise such person as he thinks fit to assume
the control of the Company's telephone service either wholly
or in part and in such manner as such person directs.
(2) Any such warrant shall have effect from the issuing
thereof and remain in force so long as in the opinion of the
Administrator in Council such emergency continues and until
the warrant is revoked by him.
(3) The Accountant General shall pay to the Company as
compensation for any loss of profit sustained by the Company
by reason of the exercise of the powers contained in this sec-
tion out of money to be provided by the Legislative Council
for the purpose, such sum as may be agreed between the Ad-
ministrator in Council and the Company, or in the absence
of such agreement as may be awarded in arbitration proceed-
ings under the Arbitration Ordinance.


Service of 16. Any notice required to be served on an owner or
notices, occupier of any land or house may be served by delivering
the same to such owner or occupier or by leaving the same
addressed to him at his last known place of abode within the
Territory, or in. the case of his absence from the Territory, to
his agent therein, or by leaving the same with some person in
charge of the land or house addressed to him, as the case may
be.

Recovery of 17. All penalties imposed under this Ordinance and the
penalties. Regulations made hereunder may be recovered before a Court
of law, and the procedure shall be in accordance with the law
for the time being in force regulating procedure in such Courts.

Non-application 18. The Telecommunications Ordinance, 1952, shall not
of Telecom- apply to any telephone, telephone service or telephone system
Ordinance. operated by the Company under the provisions of this Ordin-
No. 33 of 1952. ance for the purpose of communication within the Territory of
Saint Vincent.


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1969.






Public Telephones.


19. (1) After consultation with the Company the Admin-
istrator in Council may make Regulations for charging of fees
or dues, managing, maintaining and protecting the telephone
system and for giving full and complete effect to the objects
of this Ordinance and may in such Regulations, and in any
other Regulations made hereunder provide for a penalty not
exceeding One hundred dollars in respect of the breach or
neglect of any such Regulations.
(2) All such Regulations shall be published in the
Gazette and shall have the force and effect of law.
(3) The Regulations contained in the Schedule to this
Ordinance hall be in force on the coming into effect of this
Ordinance and they may from time to time be amended, added
to or revoked by the Administrator in Council.


Power to make
Regulations.


20. The following Ordinances are hereby repealed and all Repeals.
Regulations made thereunder are hereby revoked:-


(a) The Telephone Ordinance;
(b) The Telephone (Amendment) Ordinance, 1966;
(c) The Telephones (Interim) Ordinance, 1967.

21. This Ordinance shall come into effect on such date as
the Administrator in Council may appoint by proclamation
published in the Gazette.


Cap. 146.
No. 28 of 1966.
No. 12 of 1967.
Commencement.


No. 1.


1969.







Public 2Tlephones.


Short title.

Interpretation.









Applications
for telephone
service.


SCHEDULE
PUBLIC TELEPHONES REGULATIONS, 1969.

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Public Tele-
phones Regulations, 1969.
2. I these Regulations-
"Ordinance" means the Public Telephones Ordinance,
196!9;
'sub:.criber" neans any jody or person who shal!
enter into an Agremuent or Contract with the
Company to be provided with telephone service,
or telephonic or electric signalling conmmunica-
tion, or for the hire or use of any telephone or
appliances connected therewith.

3. Application for telephone service shall be sent to the
Company on the Form provided by the Company, copies of
which may be obtained at the telephone office in the town of
Kingstown.


Installation and 4. (1) Installation or connection fees, rentals, call fees,
charges. removal fees, and all other fees chargeable in connection with
telephone service shall lie those from time to time agreed be-
tween the Admini-,trator in Council and the Company, and
published in the Gazette.
(2) Before any telephone is installed the intending sub-
scriber shall complete and sign an application for telephone
service and agree to observe and abide by these Regulalions
and make all payments thereunder in the time and manne'
thereby prescribed.


5. (1) Telephone rentals shall become due to the Com-
pany in advance on the first day of each quarter and if such
rental and any other charges included in the Company's ac-
count for the said rer'al are not paid within twenty-eight days
of the posting of the same bv the Company the service may be
disconnected by the Company, and notwithstanding such dis-
connection, the subscriber shall continue liable to pay any
such rental and all other charges which may be payable by
him prior to such disconnection.
(2) Non-payment of rental or other charges for telephone
service. for the whole or any part of a subscriber's installation
shall involve the disconnection of the whole installation.


Payment for
telephone
services.


No. 1.


1969.







JPuoblic Tclephonecs.


(3) No telephone service discoinncted for non-paynlmnt
of rental, erection cost s or (otliLr chal!ige for 1'lephone service
or for any breach of these lRteg'latio llsha!l be recc< iitected
until all arrears of payments ihall have li ein made 1. gather
with the appropriaiC reconllecitioll ft'e prescrii)ed by the Coi-
p)any's approved tariff.

6. (1) The tlcephone shli;i remain the property of the
Company.
(2) Where any ielephct'ji; binilicgilig to the Company are
placed in or uiipn any preini esm. noi lo ig in pos-,ession of lhe
Comipainy, for iihe purpose oif applying g ti.'lephonic coinmluni-
cation under the pi ovi-i'oii, (,' the 'Public Teleiphl(nes Ordinance
and these Rlegu'ation-l, such telk.plhones sh!ll not be subject to
dislre-s or to the landliors reim'dy f'ur rnil of the premises
where lie same may be or be taken in execution under any
process of a court of !aw or equi" or any proceeding; in:
bankruptcy against! the person in whose possession the saime
may be.


Telephtione s 1;Ill

1 roloeity of
tlc Comiipauy.


7. A subscriber's telephone shall. s:i long' as h collntines MAiitiluinance of
to pay the appropriate rentall, be maintained alid, subject to telephone.
regulation 13 hereoi f, repaired ait lhe expense of the Companiy.


8. The minimum period for which a telephone ie, pro-
vided in any prenmiis is six i nlh;, and a iisubscriber will be
responsible for payment of tlie prescribed rental for such
period, whether the !'!ephone is di,:connected at his own re-
quest or for non-ipayment of remiil o otherwise.

9. (1) Subject 1o the terms of tlhi -;,nled :Ipplicati n11 for
telephone service and after tie expiration oif 11h, initial! eir-
contract period a subscriber may i t'llin, Iii'- contract at
any time by g'ivingl thli Comipany if least even days notice in
writing to that effect. Such subscriber sl!:ll not he etittled
to a refund or abatement of ai7 rental pnid or payable in res-
pect of the period of such notice of determination.
(2) The Conmpvny may terminate the telephone service of
a subscriber who contra-vene the onvisi;on of tIhse s Regula-
tions, causes serious obstr uilion to or hindier'- 'revi'ously the
operators or officers responsible for the admiui, tratinn ,f the
service, and nav ilso refuse to install a telephone in promises
which, in its opinion, are unsuitable.


Minimum
period for
v.-liehll n.
it lepihoie is
provided.


Discon tinnance
of telephone
SprcO' P .


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1969.







Public Telephones.


Use of tele-
lphonm services
restricted to
subiscribcr.


(3) In the event of failure by a subscriber tu pay the
rental ic r ally period o liitree months, the service shall not be
restored uniil the C(omlpany is satisfied that the subscriber's
telephone I, in a fit condition. Any expense incurred in so
rendering ihe telephone fit for efiicient operation shall be borne
by the subscriber.
(4) Where the service lha- been terminated by the Coni-
pany. thli Compaiyi may remove, at tie subscriber's expense,
such part of the tieiphiwne as it maya consider fit.

'0. Tle tuse of the tele)ihone service at the rate by a
resij;,tial sul)scrii hall be -,,etricted to the subscriber, his
fairly, his douiestc: servantss and lii., normal visitors; but
where it is found that the telephone service is being habitually
used by anyone olh(er than lhe aforementioned persons, such
service may only be continued at the rate for business sub-
seribers.


Indebt-idn(ss 11. If at any li:me a subscriber is indebted to the Com-
of sub-criber paiiy for any sum in re pect oi a telephone and no agreement
to Con.iinr is made for the payment thereoi' Lo the satisfaction of the Com-
paly. the Company may proceed to collect the amount due
through the Court.


12. No abatement of telephone rental shall be allowed a
subscriber for non-iuse of the ielelphone or any temporary dis-
coinection thereof ptrotuced by the severance of wires by
storms or other accidental or unavoidable cause.


Damage t0 Thie full co zt of repair to any damage to the telephone
telephone system caused by ihe wilful act or negligence of a subscriber,
system. hi: sertvits or agents shall, or demand, be paid by the sub-
cvriber to the Company.


No alteration
in telephone
service by
subscriber.

Inspection and
repair of
telephone
system.


1 No all e:i ion in 1i t, lelph nie service either of a per-
im anet or 1in'pora'y :at i!', :,all be made by a subscriber
unless i e written permission of the Company is first obtained.

15. (1) A subscriber slitill on request permit any officer
of. or agent authorised by, tlht Company to enter upon the
premises of the subscriber at : ny time between the hours of
8.00 a.m. and 6.00) p.m. for the pu)trpose of inspecting, testing
or repairing the telephone sysieni therein and for such purpose
to renalin therein for a reasonable time.


No abl;atmentl
of rental for
non-use.


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1969.










(2) The cost of any alteration to or removal of the tele-
phone service of a subscriber for his convenience shall be in
accordance with the Company's approved tariff.


16. The Company may on request connect any ship in
any harbour of Saint Vincent with the telephone system on
such terms and conditions as to the Company may seem reason-
able.


Connection of
service to
ships.


17. (1) No telephone shall be used for the tran-mission of Obscene
any message or communication of an indecent, obscene or language.
offensive character whether addressed to an operator or any
other person, and the Company or any of its operators may
disconnect a person offending against this regulation.
(2) A person who commits a breach of this regulation
shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on summary
conviction to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars.


18. The Company shall not be liable for any loss or dam-
age which may be incurred or sustained by reason or on ac-
count of any failure in communication, whether or not the
same arises through the act or default of any officer of the
Company, or for any other loss or damage incurred or sus-
tained in connection with the use of the telephone system.

19. (1) The telephone service shall be continuous.
(2) Normal business may be transacted with the Company
at the telephone offices situate on Halifax Street in Kingstown.

20. Any appeals by subscribers against the application
of any of these Regulations shall be forwarded through the
Company to the Administrator in Council.


Liability for
loss or damage.





Business hours
of Company.


Appeals against
Regulations.


21. Subscribers who at the coming into operation of the Transitional.
Public Telephones Ordinance, 1969, have been provided with
a telephone, shall, subject to these Regulations and until
notice to the contrary is given the Company, be connected to
the telephone service established by the Company.


No. 1.


Public Telephones.


1969.







No. 1.


Public Telephones.


1969.


Passed the Legislative C'uncil this 9th day of January, 1969.


O. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.
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SAINT VINCKET.


No. 2 of 1969.


I Assent,


[L. .]


H. GEORGE,
Administrator.


1st February, 1969.

AN ORDINANCE to amend the Police Ordinance by repealing
and replacing section 48A thereof.

[ 4th February, 1969. ]


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 Police (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1969, and shall be read as one with the
Police Ordinance, 1947 (hereinafter referred to as the princi-
pal Ordinance) and all amendments thereto.

2. Section 48A of the principal Ordinance is hereby re-
pealed and replaced as follows:


Definition of
reduced
pension and
gratuity.







,A') :I


48A. Reduced pension shall be a pension
equal to three-fourths of the amount of pension
which would be payable under this Ordinance,
including any allowance granted under section
47 of the said Ordinance, and a gratuity shall
be the amount which one-fourth of the pension
payable under this Ordinance, including such
allowance when multiplied by twelve and one-
half, shall represent.
/ c


Short title.
No. 48 of 1947.


Section 48A of
principal
Ordinance
repealed and
replaced.





olic ( dmet).
Police (A ci)?dmcnnt).


Commencement.


3. This Ordiinan e shill be deemed to have come into
operation n n 1he 1 t day of January. 1969.


Passed the Legislative Council this 9th day of January, 1969.

0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.
(Secretariat M.P. 97.)



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SAINT VINCENT.

No. 3 of 1969.
I Assent,
H. GEORGE,
[ L. S. ] Administrator.
1st February, 1969.
AN ORDINANCE to grant pensionable status to Maurice
Sharpe in respect of his past non-pensionable service as a
teacher with the Government of Saint Vincent and to de-
termine what portion of the said non-pensionable period
of service shall be taken into account in computing his
pension.

[4th February, 1969.

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 Maurice Sharpe Short title.
Pension Ordinance, 1969.

2. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained Declaration as
in the Teachers Pensions Ordinance, 1960, it is hereby declared to pensionable
t status of
hat- Maurice Sharpe.
(a) Maurice Sharpe shall be deemed always to have held No. 1 of 1960.
a pensionable office under the Government of Saint
Vincent.
(b) The period during which Maurice Sharpe served the
Government of Saint Vincent in a non-pensionable
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No. 3. Maurice Sharpe Pension. 1968.


capacity before the date of commencement of this
Ordinance, shall be deemed to be pensionable service
No. 1 of 1960. within the meaning of the Teachers Pensions Ordin-
ance, 1960, and the whole of such non-pensionable
period of service shall count for the purposes of pen-
sion under the said Ordinance:

Provided however that no part of such non-pensionable ser-
vice shall count for purposes of pension which, but for the
provisions of thii Ordinance, would not have so counted had
Maurice Sharpe always held a pensionable office.




Passed the Legislative Council this 9th day of January, 1969.

O. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.
(P.F. 4152).


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SAINT VINCENT.


No. 4 of 1969.

I Assent,
H. GEORGE,

[ L. S. Administrator.
1st February, 1969.

AN ORDINANCE to authorise the payment of an amount by
way of gratuity and pension to Arnold E. Lawrence, for-
merly an Agricultural Instructor in the service of the
Government of Saint Vincent.

[ 4th February, 1969. ]
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 Arnold E. Law- Short title and
rence (Gratuity and Pension) Ordinance, 1969 and shall be commencement.
deemed to have come into operation on the 1st day of January,
1960.
2. (1) Notwithstanding the provisions of any law to the Payment of
contrary, there shall be paid out of the general revenue of the gratuity and
Colony to Arnold E. Lawrence, formerly an Agricultural In- pension.
structor in the service of ihe Government of Saint Vincent
with effect from the date of his retirement from the same ser-
vice, a sum by way of gratuity and pension under the Pensions
Ordinance, 1948. No. 16 of 1948.







No. 4. Arnold E. Lawrence (Gratuity and Pension). 1969.


(2) The gratuity and pension referred to in subsection
(1) above shall be computed as if all the service of Arnold E.
Lawrence with the Government of Saint Vincent between the
1st day of April, 1944 and the 31st day of December, 1959, was
pensionable service.
(3) Any sums paid to the said Arnold E. Lawrence by way
of gratuity and annual allowance shall be set off against any
sums to which he becomes entitled to be paid under subsections
(1) and (2).


Passed the Legislative Cc.uncil this 9th day of January, 1969.

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



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SAINT VINCENT.

No. 5 of 1969.

I Assent,
H. GEORGE,
[L. S. ] Administrator.
I t February, 1969.
AN ORDINANCEI to authorise the payment of a gratuity and
pension to John Christopher Dublin, formerly an Agri-
cultural Instructor in the service of the Government of
Saint Vincent.

[ It Fcbruary, 1969. j

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 John Christopher Short title and
Dublin (Gratuity and Pension) Ordinance, 1969 and shall be commencement.
deemed to have c ome into operation on the 7th day of Novem-
ber, 1961.

2. (1) Notwithstanding the provisions of any !aw to the Payment of
gratuity and
contrary, there .hall be paid out of the general revenue of the pension.
Colony to John Christopher Dublin, formerly an Agricultural
Instructor in the service of the Government of Saint Vincent
with effect from the date of his retirement from the said ser-
vice, a sum by ,-av of gr;at:iity nnd pension "ider the Pensions
Ordinance, 1948. No. 16 of 1948.
(2) The gratuity alid p':::;in refer-ed to in subsection
(1) above shall be computed as if all the service of John
Christopher Dublin with the Government of Saint Vincent


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between the 1-t day of May, 1942 and the 17th day of Novem-
ber, 1961 was pensionable service.
(3) Any sums paid to the said John Christopher Dublin
by way of gratuity and annual allowance shall be set off against
any stuns to which he becomes entitled to be paid under sub-
sections (1) and (2).



Passed the Legislative Council this 9th day of January, 1969.

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


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SAINT VINCENT

No. 6 of 1969.
I Assent,
H. GEORGE,
[ L. S. ] Administrator.
1st February, 1969.
AN ORDINANCE to demonetize the Half-Cent Coin.
[ -li February, 1969.
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 Demonitization of Short title.
the Half-Cent Coin Ordinance, 1969.

2. The half-cent coin issued by the British Caribbean Demonetization
Currency Board under the 1958 Currency Agreement and now of half-cent coin.
in circulation in St. Vincent shall not be current or legal tender
in the Territory.

3. The Demonetization of Half-Cent Coin Notice, 1968 Cancellation.
,S.R. & 0. 1968, No. 33) is hereby cancelled.

Passed the" Legislatice CO.-nticil this 9th day of January, 1969.
O. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.


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SAINT VINCENT.

No. 7 of 1969.
I Assent,


H. GEORGE,
Administrator.


[ L. S. ]


1st February, 1969.
AN ORDINANCE to amend the Lewis Punnett Endowment
Ordinance, 1953.

[4th February, 1969.

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


1. This Ordinance may he cited as the Lewis Punnett
Endowment (Amendment) Ordinance, 1969, and shall be read
as one with the Lewis Punnett Endowment Ordinance, 1953
(hereinafter referred to as the principal Ordinance) and all
amendments thereto.

2. (1) Subsection (1) of section 3 of the principal Ordin-
ance shall have effect as if for the words "As soon as practicable
after the conmnleneement of this Ordinance. the", appearing
in the first and second lines thereof, there was substituted tie
word "The".
(2) Subsection (2> of section 3 of the principal Ordinance
is hereby repealed and replaced as follows:-
(2) The property and assets comprised in the
investments enumerated in the First Schedule to this
Ordinance shall be transferred to the Trustees by the


Short title.
No. 5 of 1954.



Amendment of
section 3.







Lcicis Piunme t Endowment (Amendment).


Amendment of
section 14.


Administrator any time after the Donor's beneficial
interest shall have ceased in virtue of the Trust
Instrument.

3. At the end of section 14 of the principal Ordinance the
following provision shall be added:-
Provided that the Administrator in Council may
from time to time direct that the Trustees need not
comply with the provisions of this section.


Passed the Legislative Cc-uncil this 9th day of January, 1969.


0. 8. BARROW,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.
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SAINT VINCENT

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1969, No. 4.


GOVERNMENT AND ASSISTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS
(AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS.



(Gazetted 4th February, 1969).


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Government and
Assisted Primary Schools (Amendment) Regulations 1969 and shall be read
as one with the Government and Assisted Primary Schools Regulations, 195f;
(hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations) and all amendments
thereto. .

2. Regulation 23 Amended. In sub-regula ion (1) of Regulation 23
there shall be added at the end of that sub-retii ion the following words:-
"In any case where he deems fit the Ad inistrator may extend any
scholarship beyond the period of si y rrs.."

3. Commencement. These .Regulatiois- all be deemed to have come
into force on the 1st day of January, 19'69.


Made by the Administrator-in-Council under section 29 of the Education
Ordinance, 1937 (No. 29 of 1937), this 28th day of January, 1969.

HUTSON L. MARTINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.

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