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    Ordinance No. 11 of 1969: An Ordinance to provide for expenditure during financial year ending on the thirty first day of December, one thousand nine hundred and sixty-eight, upon certain services in excess of the Appropriation Law relating to the year one thousand, nine hundred and sixty-eight
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    Ordinance No. 12 of 1969: An Ordinance further to amend the Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children Ordinance, 1935
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 8: Proclamation bringing into force the Public Telephones Ordinance, 1969, (No. 1 of 1969) with effect from 25th day of March, 1969
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 9: Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture of Metal Products) Order, 1969
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 10: Aid to Pioneer Industries (Orange Hill Estates) (Production of Poultry and Eggs) Order, 1969
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SAINT \VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


pnblislhe hin Authuritn.


SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 MARCH, 1969.


[No. 21.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 94.


His Honour the Administritor has,
been pleased to approve the appointment
of Mr. N. R. CUMMINGS, Deputy Comp-
troller of Inland Revenue, as Comptrol-
ler of Inland Revenue with effect from
1st August, 1967.
25th March, 1969.
(P.F. 104).


No. 95.


VACANT POSTS.


VACANT POST OF STUDENT DISPENSER
AND STUDENT LABORATORY TECHNICIAN.

Applications ar., invited for six vacant
posts of Student Dispenser and three of
Student Laboratory Teclhnician., to join
the Medical Department.
Applicants who should he between the
a.es of 19 and 25 should be in possession
of their Gener-'al Certificate of Education
and mive obtained a pass in at least
three subjects, and preference will be
given to those who have passed in Eng-
lish LanuT,';u;.g "ic y, and Mathema-
tics.
On appointment they will undergo a
period if three v.ar.s trainia,_and dur-
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/ .-- ,,, ) .. /-.
.7 tf ">-* \'.N ".


ing this period will be attached to the
Dispensary and the Laboratory at the
Kin.stown General Hospital.
They will be taken on at an Annual
Silary of $1.392 in the Tl Scale ($1,392
x $84-$1,5m0 x $96-$2,040 x $120-

Applications with details of their
O.C.E. and two testimonials should be
i'or:.':r -ed to the Establishment Officer
by 1U April, 1969.
.,i:;) Iisr'la ,. 1 69.


.\o. 91*.
A ANT POST OF JARINE SUPERINTEN-
DENT-POwT AUTHORITY

Applications are invited from suit-
abl)y ,ualifid peronlis for appointment
t ti, v i t f-, -::t of M:'rine Superin-
oitendc t, Pc't A ,,ihoiity.
2. Tihe )~'p iiar, (f the post are

Sidary-
.:-".* (1( pj ,nor th
Qua:feio :;cmu--
'. t ; Ce'iificIlte of Competency
Foreign Coin1-St'::l and Motor or
iiih-,l;r 'ma(e issued by the Ministry
of Tra ,,:. !,' [t united Kingdom
or Dor;inii';s. or Certiflcate of Com-
petency as Master Foreign Going or
Ihighe' Certificate.


'VOL. 102.]


x22'




94 SAINT VINCENT TUESDAY, 25 MARCH, 1969.-(No. 21.)


Duties-
To be responsible to the General
Manager for the Administration and
efficient operation of the entire Marine
Division and to the Port Engineer
for the Administration and Economic
operation of the Slipways.

3. Appointment which will be sub-
ject to medical fitness and on two (2)
years probation will be governed by
the Statutory Authorities Service Com-
mission Regulations,1968.

4. Applications should be addressed
to the Executive Officer, Statutory
Service Commission, 4. Serpentine
Place, St. Clair, Port-of-Spain, and
should reach him not afterr than 30th
April. 1969.
25hl March, 1969.


No. 86.
VACANCY FOR Two l'o,,Ts OF -JUNIOR
DISTRICr OVERSEER OF ROADS MINISTRY
FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND WORKS



Applications in writing are invited
for two (2) vacant pensionable posts
of Junior District Overseer of Roads,
Roads Division. Ministry of Communi-
cations and Works, with salary scale
$1,392 X $84-$1,560 X $96-$2,040
X $120-$2,880.

Successful applicants will be attach-
ed to any of the Road Districts on
the mainland of St. Vincent or to the
Grenadines, and will be expected to
reside in these districts.

2. Applicants are expected to have
a sound secondary education, with
certificates in Mathematics and Eng-
lish of the standard of '0' Levels
in the General Certificate of Education.
It will be an added advantage if they
are able to read drawings and if they
have experience in the building trades.

The principal duties of the posts will
be to maintain all weather, rough
motorable roads and tracks and bye-
ways in the Territory.


3. Applications accompanied by cer-
tificates of educational qualifications,
a birth certificate and two recent testi-
monials should be addressed to the
Establishment Officer, Establishment
Division, to reach him not later than
27th March, 1969.
18th March, 1969.

No. 97.
LEGISLATION.

The undermentioned Ordinances which
have been assented to by His Honour
the Administrator are published with
this issue of the Gazette:-
No. 11 of 19G9.-An Ordinance to
provide for expenditure during fin-
ancial year ending on the thirty-
first day of December, one thousand
nine hundred and sixty-eight, upon
certain services in excess of the Ap-
propriation Law relating to the
year one thousand, nine hundred
andi sixty-eight.

No. 22 of 196J.-An Ordinance fur-
ther to amend the Employment of
Women, Young Persons and Chil-
dren Ordinance, 1935.
25th March, 1969.


No. 98.
Thi following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 8.-Proclamation bring-
ing into force the Public Telephones
Ordinance, 1969, (No. 1 of 1969)
with effect from 25th day of March,
1969.
(C.W. 748.)

S.R. & 0. No. 9.-Aid to Pioneer In-
dustries (Manufacture of Metal
Products) Order, 1969.
(T.P. 924.)

S.R. & 0. No. 10.-Aid to Pioneer In-
dustries (Orange Hill Estates)
(Production of Poultry and Eggs)
Order, 1969.
(T.P. 956.)
25th March, 1969.





SAINT VINCENT TUESDAY, 25 MARCH, 1969.-(No. 21.) 95


No. 99.
TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF PAINTS.

Sealed tenders are hereby invited for the provision of paints and paint
applications for the Ministry for Communications and Works over a period
of one year. The colours desired and estimated quantities are as follows:-


Colour
White
Standard Cream
Mushroom
Silver Grey
Sea Island
Jonquil
Eau de nil
Aqua Marine
Black
Ice Blue
Aluminum or grey
(roof paints)
Yellow Lime
Chromate Primer


Oil Paint
100 Imp. gallons
50 ,, ,,

50 ,, ,,
20 ,, ,,


20 ,,
30 ,,


300 ,,

150 ,,


Putty 150 lbs (in 7 lb containers)

Snowcem
White 20 cwt.
C'rcam 20 ewt.
These materials must meet the current British Standards in n ;i d each
tender mast be accompanied by a doenmient giving sp",ificaticns (if the pro-
duct.
Tenders must be addressed to the Chairman of the Tenders Board. Min-
istry of Finance. Kingstown and mast reach his office .'1 lA'ter 1ihan 31st
March, 1969 at 3 p.m.
Government does not bind itself to accept the lowe t or any tender.

Ministry of Finance,
Kingstown,


By Command,


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


CU IEF MINISTER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT.
25th March, 1969.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

THE GAMBLING, LOTTERIES AND
BETTING ORDINANCE, 1968.

The attention of the general public is
invited to the Gambling, Lotteries and
Betting Ordinance, 1968 and in particu-
lar to the illegibility of lotteries and
offences in connection with lotteries.


19. Subject to the provisions of this
Ordinance, all lotteries are unlawful.
20. Subject to the provisions of this
section, every person who in cc:mnection
with any lottery promoted or proposed
to be promoted either in Saint Vincent
or elsewhere-
(a) prints any tickets for use in the
lottery; or
(b) sells or distributes, or offers or
advertises for sale or distribution,


Emulsion


Imp.


99
99
,99
,,9
,1)
1)


gallons
9)
99
,,
,,





SAINT VINCENT TUESDAY, 25 MARCH, 1969.-(No. 21.)


or has in his possession for the pur-
pose of sale or distribution any
ticket or changee i, the lottery; or
(c) prints, nublis':is cr distributes,
or has in possession for the purpose
.f publica'ITion or distribution-
(i' 'iy aive(rtiseirm'it of the lot-
ery: r"
uiti any lii. ( ,:ti;r complete or
not) oi' orize winners or winning
wckets in the lottery; or
Si, an -my such matter descriptive of
the drlrwing or intended drawing
of the lottery, .is is calculated to
cet as au inducement to persons
to participate in that lottery or
in other lotteries; or
(d) brings, or invites any person to
bring or send into Saint Vincent
any ticket or chance in the lottery,
any money or valuable thing re-
ct'ived in respect of the sale or dis-
tribution of any ticket in, or adver-
tisem'ent or, the lottery; or
(e) sends or attemptss to send out of
Saint Vineint any ticket or chance
in i-' lottery, any money or valu-
able thing Ieceiv, r,'spect of the
sale or (distribution, or any docu-
imeti recording the sale or distribu-
tion, or identity of the holder, or
any ticket or cha:.ie in the lottery;
or
(f) use, any premises, or causes or
knowingly p':"',iits any premises
ov.,.' whii;.h he has care or control to
be used, ',)r purposes connected
li^b the p:,;>nti;i or coiiuet of1
1it, lottery; or
(a') Craws thi'o'vs r declares or ex-
hibits expressly or otherwise the
winner or winning number, ticket,
lot figure, design, symbol or other
result of any lottery; or
(h) causes, procures or attempts to
procure any person to do any of the
aibo' ',nei ttioned acts,
shall be guilty of a;i off'ece and liable
on i.1mnmary *oivi;.tilO I a fine of five
hunr-e<.l dollars or i i difa.u.t of pay-
meit! to inmprisonimeitl for six months.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Cl'di i '. ,,, Gamiig Authority.
20th March, 1969.


THE i .'\IZB .TN1 )'1TERIES AND
BETTIN(O O()DINAN\CE. 1968.

The attention of the general public" is
invited to th' (Gamnb)in'". Lotteries and
Bettin, Ordi:. 'e, 1: and in parti-


cular to the exemptions of lotteries inci-
dentt, o- certain entertainments.

21. (1) Notwithstanding the provi-
sions of this Ordinance, a lottery pro-
moted as an incident of entertain-
ment to which this section applies shall
be deemed not to be an unlawful lot-
tery and is exempt from the require-
ments of this Ordinafice, except that
the conditions specified in subsection
(2) of this section shall be observed
in connection-ivith the promotion and
conduct of the lottery, and if any of
those conditions is broken, every per-
son concerned in the promotion or
conduct of the lottery is guilty of an
offence unless he proves that the of-
fence was cymr-iitted without his con-
sent or connivance and. that he exer-
cissd all duo diligence to prevent it.

(2) The conditions referred to in
subsection (1) of this section are that-
(a) the whole of the proceeds of
the entertainment (including the
proceeds of the lottery) after
deducting the expenses of the en-
tertainment, including expense in-
curred in connection with the lot-
tery. and in particular-
(i) the expenses incurred in print-
ing tickets in the lottery; and
(ii) such sum, if any, not exceeding
$.50 as has been expended by the
promoters of the lottery on ac-
,.onnt of any expense incurred by
hliom in purchasing prices in the
lottery,
shall be devoted to purposes other
than private gain.
(i) none of the prize, in the lottery
shall be money pri::es;
(c) tickets or chances in the lottery
shalt not be sold or issued, nor shall
the result of the lottery be declared,
ex, ept in the premises on which the
e- 'etainme-it takes plaee and dur-
ing the progress of the entertain-
ment;
(d) the facilities afforded for partici-
pating in lotteries shall not be the
only, or the only substantial, in-
dni.'<,ment to persons to attend the
en!i ertainment;
(3) The entertainment to which this
seortio:. applies are bazaars, sales of
ro-':, ',te.s (dian"er's, dances, sporting
or atl tic 've-ts) and other entertain-
ient,-; a3 similar character, whether
united ~P (ia or extending over two
or i.;i'' -i ,-'.





SAINT VINCENT TUESDAY, 25 MARCH, 1969.-(No. 21.) 97


(4) A person guilty of an offence un-
-der this section is liable on summary
conviction to a fine of two hundred and
fifty dollars.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chairman. Gaming Authority.
20th March, 1969.


THE GAMBLING. LOTTERIES AND
BETTING ORDINANCE, 1968.

The attention of the general public is
invited to the Gambling, Lotteries and
Betting Ordinance, 1968, and in parti-
cular to the exemption of certain small
lotteries conducted for charitable, sport-
ing or other purposes.
22. (1) This section applies to any
lottery (not being a lottery which is
deemed not to be unlawful by section
21) which is promoted in Saint Vincent
on behalf of a society to whom permis-
sion is granted by the Authority under
section 23. being a society or organisa-
tion established and conducted wholly
or mainly for one or more of the follow-
ing purposes, that is to say-
(a) charitable purposes;
(b) participation in or support of
athletic sports or games or cultural
activities:
(c) purposes not described in the
foregoing paragraphs, and not be-
ing purposes of private gain or pur-
pose, of any commercial undertak-
ing,
and is so promoted for raising money to
be applied for purposes of the society.
(2) Not withstanding the provisions
of this Ordinance, a lottery to which this
section applies shall be deemed not to
be an unlawful lottery and is exempt
from the requirements of this Ordin-
ance, except that the following condi-
tions shall be observed in connection
with the promotion and conduct of the
lottery, that is to say-
(a) the promoter of the lottery shall
be a member of the society author-
ised in writing by the governing
1;ody of t, sowi ln- o'" organisation
to act as such:
(b) except with the approval of the
Authcri' y no remuneration shall
be paid in respect of the lottery to
the promoter or to any person em-
ployed by him in connection ihere-
witlh ot her than sums lawfully
;p :;.or'ated on account of ex-
penses i1 respect of ticket seller's
commissions, printer's fees adver-
tisement fees and such other like
iop; -l r4 PUno c *


(c) except with the approval of the
Authority no prize shall exceed
five hundred dollars in amount of
value, and no ticket or chance
should be sold at a price exceeding
fifty cents;
(d) the whole proceeds, after deduct-
ing sums lawfully appropriated on
account of expenses or for the pro-
vision of prizes, shall be applied to
purposes of the society, or organisa-
tion being purposes described in
paragraphs (a), (b) or (c) of sub-
section (1) of this section;
(e) except as otherwise permitted
by the Authority the amount of
the proceeds appropriated on ac-
count of the expenses shall not ex-
ceed the expenses actually incurred,
or ten per cent of the whole pro-
ceeds, whichever is the less, and the
amount of the proceeds appropri-
ated for the provision of prizes shall
not exceed one half of the whole
proceeds;
(f) the price of every ticket or chance
shall be the same, and the price of
any ticket shall be stated on the
ticket;
(g) except with the approval of the
Authority, the total value of the
tickets or chances sold shall not ex-
ceed five thousand dollars:
(h) every ticket and every chance of
advertisement of the lottery law-
fully exhibited, distributed or pub-
lished, shall specify the name and
address of the promoter and the
date on which the prize-winners are
ascertained will take place;
(i no payment on account of expenses
or prices shall be made out of
nmoneys of the soci ty or organisa-
tion not heing proceeds of the lot-
tery.
(3) If any condition required by sub-
section (2) of this section to be observed
in resDect of a lottery is contravened,
the promoter of the lottery and any
other person who is a party to the contra-
vention are guilty of an offence and lia-
ble on summary conviction to a fine of
five hluindrd dollars.

23. The Authority may grant per-
mission to a Fociety estab!ishcd and
cv'1iidulced wholly or mainly For any of
tlho purpospo specified in paragraphs
('-,. (h :; (c) of subsection (1 ) of
-.r'io, :22. t' promote and conduct lot-
teries in accordance with the said section
22.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chairman, Gaming Authority.
201th March, 1969.





98 SAINT VINCENT TUESDAY, 25 MARCH, 1969.-(No. 21.)


THE GAMBLING, LOTTERIES AND
BETTING ORDINANCE, 1968.



Applications for permits to carry on
the following:
(a) business of receiving or negoti-
ating bets or conducting betting
operations, or
(b) by way of business in any man-
ner to receive or negotiate bets
or conduct such operations, or
(c) to operate a Pin Ball machine,
are invited by the Gaming Authority.
.Applicant should note that it is
necessary to obtain-
(ai) a permit. and
(b) a licence.
Application should be made on Form
I, and it will be necessary for the
applicant to state in the application
the following information:
(a) da e of birth,
(b) office and usual place of redi-
dence,
(c) place of residence during the
past 5 years,
(d) that during the 12 months pre-
ceding the date of the applica-
tion, he has not been refused the
grant or renewal of such a per-
mit, and
(e) two references as to character.
It should further be noted that in
making an application for a licence,
the applicant should state-
(a) that he is the holder of a per-
mit, and
(b) submit a plan, sufficient to show
the lay out and location of the
said premises and the means of
access thereto.
In addition, the applicant should
comply with the following:
(;a) send copy of application to ap-
propriate police officer,
(b) publish in the newspaper cir-
culating in St. Vincent, a notice
of the making of the application,
not later.than twenty-eight,4ays
before his notice of application,
(c) send copy of newspaper con-
taining publication to the Auth-
ority not later than seven days
after advertisement.
Persons wishing to object to the
grant of a permit in respect of any
premises should send to the Authority
two copies of the grounds of objection,
not later than ten days after publica-
tion of advertisement.


Forms of application may be obtain-
ed at the :Inland Revenue Office or
Police Ileadquarers.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chairman, Gaming Authority.
12th March, 1969.


CAMDEN PARK EXPERIMENT
STATION



SALE OF OLD EQUIPMENT

There will be an Auction Salq of
Old Agriculhural Equipment and scrap
iron at C(amden Park on Wednesday,
9th Aprui. 1969 at 2.00 p.m.
Items (f special interest are:-
4 Electric Incubators
1 Honey .1xtl.ctor
I Old Generator
1 Trailer Frame
Items for auction can be seen at
C.P.E.S. any week day. between the
hours of 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Miniislr. cf Trade, Production,
Labour and Tourism.
18lh March, 1969.


VACANT POST
DISTRICT POST OFFICER


Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to
the Post of District Post Officer, Low-
mans Hill.
The Lowmans.Hill District Post Office
offers service which include:-
(a) Receipt, custody and delivery of
mails daily;
(b) Sale of and accounting for Re-
venue stamps and Surcharged
Po stage;
(c) Other duties which require
ability to follow the require-
ments of the Post Office Regula-
tion.
The salary of. the post is fixed at
$576.00 per annum, and is non-pension-
able.
The opening hours of the office are
from 9.00 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. and from
1.00 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. daily from Mon-
day to Friday; and from 9.00 a.m. to
11.30 a.m. on Saturday.
Applications accompanied,,. by two
recent Testimonials from each, appli-
cant should be addressed to the Post-





SAINT VINCENT TUESDAY,


25 MARCH, 1969.-(No. 21.)


master, General Post Office, Kingstown,
and should reach him not later than
3.00 p.m. on Monday 31st March, 1969.
(' I
E. R. HANNAWAY,
Postmaster.
General Post COffice,
Kingstown. ,
21st March, 1969.

NOTICE OF SEIZURE

In accordance with Sec. 102 of Cap.
183 of the Laws of Saint Vincent, it
is hereby notified that the undermen-


tioned articles were seized at the Air-
port at Arnos Vale on the 7th day of
March, 1969, for a breach of the Cus-
toms Laws:-
One (1) .22 calibre Pistol.
One (1) black Travelling Bag.

,, .W. VINCENT YORKE,
Collecc'or of Customs & Excise (Ag.).

Custom House,
Kingstown,
14th March, 1969.


ROYAL SAINT VINCENT POLICE FORCE

Join the Royal Saint Vincent Police Force.

What has the Force to offer?

To suitable men of good physique, education and unblemished character.
It offers a career which will provide a permanent occupation of variety and
interest.

You have an opportunity to travel to Barbados for your Training Course.
You take part in well organised sports and games.

Qualifications for Appointment:-


Age
Height
Chest
Eye Sight
Teeth
Health
Educational


- 19-30 years
- At least 5 ft. 8 ins.
- At least 34 inches (deflated)
- Good
- Good
- Good
- Should have attained at least the Primary
S-hool Leaving Certificate.


Applicants must be recommended o, at least two prominent and respect-
able citizens.

Persons with Secondary Education or who passed subjects at G.C.E. level
or previous service in any of H.M. Forces may qualify for special consideration.
Salary will be paid in the scale of:-
$1,320 X $60-$1,380/$1,464 X $84-$1,968 X $96-$2,064.

The following allowances are paid if you qualify for them:-
1. House
2. Good Conduct
3. Laundry
4. C.I.D.

Forms of application may be obtained at all Police Stations.
A Recruiting Team will be visiting Districts on the undermentioned dates
and times:-

WEDNESDAY 2ND APRIL, 1969


Mesopotamia
Biabou
Georgetown


9.30 a.m.
11.30 a.m.
2.30 p.m.





100 SAINT VINCENT TUESDAY, 25 MARCH, 1969.-(No. 21.)


THURSDAY 3RD APRIL, 1969


Layou
Barrouallie
Chateaubelair


SATURDAY 5TH APRIL. 1969


Central Police Station, Kingstown -

WEDNESDAY 9TH APRIL, 1969


Bequia


FRIDAY 11TH APRIL, 1969


Union Island


9.30 a.m.
1.1.30 a.m.
2.30 p.m.



9.30 a.m.



9.30 a.m.



5.00 p.m.


S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.


24th March, 1d69.


INCOME TAX NOTICE

TO TLHE GENERAL PUBLIC

Every person, not being an employed
person, ; hereby reminded -chat the
latest date for the submission of Income
Tax Returns. for assessment in the year
1969 is the als: March, 1969, and that
failure to give notice of chargeability
is an offence against the Income Tax
Ordinance rendering the person con-
cerned liable on summary conviction to
a penalty not exceeding ONE TIIOU-
SAND DOLL..ARZs and in default of
payment to imnprisonmenl with or with-
out hard labour for a term not exceed-
ing four months, and after judgement
has been given for lhat penalty to a
further penA,:I;- of fit y dollars for
every day during whiih the refusal.
failure or neglect to riodor any docu-
ment continues;.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income
accrning in, derived from the Colony
or el. evh ;'r d whether received in
the Col .n ')r not for the preceding
year, exceeded the statutory limit of
ji301'.") is rec i::rvd i' 'b-nit a return
on the ors(1rib;ed forc noctwiths and-
ing that on account of approved de-
ductions no tax may eventually be
hlr; tablel, ,nm'1 iartieular attention is


directed to the fact that the term "in-
come" is deemed to include not only
money but also allowances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
fomns io such persons. It is to be
clearly understood, however, that the
Incowm Tax Department is under no
obligation to send a rel trn form to any
one and 'hat a person is not exoner-
aed fro)m Ith statutory liability of
making a return even though a form
may not have been received from the
Department. Forms may be obtained,
on application, at the Revenue Offices
at Georgetown, Barrouallie, Bequia
and Union Island, or in any o1her dis-
trict from the Police Station situate
therein or from the Income Tax De-
partment. Kingstown. where any per-
son r-quiring information in connec-
tion therewilh is invi'od to enquire.
4. The form oorreetly 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
will be supplied on request.
N. R. CUMMTNGS,
Comptroller of Inland Rcreve
(Ag.)
Iniln n ]- va'. Oflfeo.
Kin.- r-vn.
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SAINT VINCENT.


No. 11 of 1969.

I Assent,
H. GEORGE,

[ L. S. ] Administrator.

14th Mar.h, 1969.

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

[ 25th March, 1969. ]

WHEREAS tile s1i1l of money granted by the Appropriation
ordinance 1968, for the services of the year ending on the
thirty-first day of December one thousand nine hundred and
sixty-eight is insufficient to meet the demands of such services.

13E IT ENACTED by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty,
by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
of St. Vincent and by the authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the SupplA e i,'ury Short title.
Ap)pror)riationi (196si, No. 5) Ordinance. 1909.







No. 11. Stpplemcidai-Y Appi-opi-iatio~i 11,968, NV. 5). ti'


Appropriation
of $115,071 for
the services
of the Colony
for the year,
1968.


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


Service


Al trney generall ......
Chief Miniister/Preminer
Establishment and Personnel ...... ....
Ministry of Finance ...... ......
Inland Revenue ...... .
P ension s ...... ...... ...... ......
P police ...... ...... ...... ......
Ministry of Social Services ...... ....
E education ...... ...... ......
Social Welfare and Public Assistance ......
M ministry of State ...... ...... ......
Ministry of Trade, Production, Labour
Loans and Advances
Ministry if Co(mmunications and Works
Public Works Recurrent ...... .
Por1, and M arin ...... ......
Public W o'rks )D p rtment ...... ......


Amount


...... ...... 10
...... ...... 10
...... ...... 1,0
...... ...... 5,000
...... ...... 10,000
...... ...... 50,000
...... ...... 67 :
...... ...... 500
...... ...... 10
...... ...... 5,000
...... ...... 480
and Tourism ...... 4,249
10
...... ...... 2 ,
...... ...... 23,500
...... ...... 2.813
...... ...... 9,00


TOTAL


...... $115,071


Passed the Legislative Council this 20th day of February, 1969.

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


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SAINT VINCENT.



No. 12 of 1969.

I Assent,


H. GEORGE,

Administrator.


14th March. 1969.

AN ORDINANCE further to amend the Employment of
Women, Young Persons and Children Ordinance, 1935.

[ 25th March, 1969. ]

Be it einac'ted by thej Queen's MIo(.t Excellent Majesty, by
and with thle :dvie, and consent (i' tl i le,,'is!; tive Coun' m il of'
RSlint Vincent, and by the autlitoritv oF lh same as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Enployment ot hiort title .
Woien. Young Persons and Children (Amendment) Ordin-
ance. 1969, and shall be read as one with the Employment of No. 20 ,of 1935.
Women, Young Persons and Children Ordinance, 1935, (here- No. 14 of 1939.
inafter referred 1( as the princil)al Ordinance) and all amend- No. 17 of 1952.
ments thereto.


2. Sub-section (3) of section 3i of the principal Ordin-
ance ii hereby repealed and the following substituted there-
for:-
(3) When young persons are employed in any
industrial undertaking, a register of the young per-
S l so, so deployed showing the dates of their births


Sub-section (3)
of section 3
repealed atnd
replaced.


[ L. S. I







No. .12.' Emplqoyment of 1Womeni, Yu-ing Persons and Children 1969.
(Amendment).


i and the dates on which they enter and leave the
service of their employer shall be kept and shall at
all reasonable times he open to inspection.

Sub0-setion (2) 3. Sub-section (2) of section 4 of the principal Ordin-
repealed and ance is ]hereby repealed and the following substituted there-
replaced. for :--
(2) The master of a ship shall keep a register of
young persons who are employed therein and such
register shall contain particulars of the dates of their
births and of the dates on which they become or cease
to be members of the crew, and the register so kept
shiill at all reasonable times be open to inspection.



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


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1969, No. S.


(Gazetted 25th March, 1969).


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION.

[ L. S. ]
II. GEORGE,
Administrator.

WHEREAS it is enacted by section 21 of the Publ> Tlhphones Ordin-
ance, 1969, (No. 1 of 1969) that the said Ordinance shall come into effect on
such date as the Administrator in Council may appoint by proclamation pub-
lished in the Gazette:

NOW, THEREFORE, I, TIYHWkL GEORGE, Administrator in and over
the Colony of Saint Vincent, j4usuaNffto the authority vested in me by the
said Ordinance, do hereby procla?~th al.the aforesaid Ordinance shall come
into effect on the 25th day--of M14i 6.

GIVEN under -hand and th \ Seal of the Colony of Saint Vin-
cent at ove ment House itn\t said Colony this 24th day of March
in the eir/of Our Lord, One tfi sand nine hundred and sixty-nine
and in thq' ky.teenth Year- of'X le Reign of Her Majesty QUEEN
ELIZAbE H TFI E SECOND.

W 7 .\ GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!



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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1969, No. 9.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (MANUFACTURE OF METAL
PRODUCTS) ORDER, 1969.


(Gazetted 25th March, 1969).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Manufacture of Metal Products) Order, 1969.
2. Declaration. S.M.Q. METAL PRODUCTS is hereby declared to be a
pioneer manufacturer in relation to the production of automobile mufflers,
water tanks, wash pans, buckets, trash cans, hampers, and air-conditioned
ducts, at the pioneer factory established at Fountain:

3. Construction Day. Construction day shall be deemed to have been
8th March, 1968.
4. Production Day. Production day shall be deemed to have been 8th
May, 19'68.


Made by the Admini in Counci section 4 (1) of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordin ,, 1952 (No. 5 o f ) this 18th day of March,
1969.
HUTS N L. MARTINDALE,
/Clerk of Executive Council.
(T.P. 924). /-,' /


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SAINT VINCENT

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1969, No. 10.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (ORANGE HILL ESTATES)
(PRODUCTION OF POULTRY AND EGGS) ORDER, 1969.


(Gazetted 25th March, 1969).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Orange Hill Estates Limited) (Production of Poultry and Eggs) Order, 1969.
2. Declaration. Orange Hill Estates Limited, a company duly registered
under the Laws of t and, carrying on businc' s ; t Orange Hill,
North Windward prri arlotte, is hereby declared to be a pioneer
manufacturer in n a ton -iTh ion of poultry and eggs.

3. Const 'on Day. Constr 'o day shall be the first day of May,
1966.
4. Prod tio Day. Product 'lAy shall be the first day of January,
1969.


Made by the Ad in Council under section 4 (1) of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952, (No. 5 of 1952) this 18th day of March,
1969.
HUTSON L. MARTINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(T. 956.)


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