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    Ordinance No. 27 of 1969: An Ordinance to provide for expenditure during the financial year ending on the thirty-first day of December, one thousand nine hundred and sixty-nine, upon certain services in excess of the Appropriation Law relating to the year one thousand, nine hundred and sixty-nine
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SAIN T VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


1ublislt0b bu AuthoritU.


VOL. 102.] SAINT VINCENT, TI'ESDAY.


OCTOBER, 1969. [No. 64.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

No. 310.
APPOINTMENTS.

Iis Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the appoint-
ment of
1. Mr. CLAUDON FRASER
2. Miss CYNTHIA LUCAS
to the post of Community Development
Field Officer in the Community Develop-
ment Division of the Ministry for Hous-
ing, Local Government and Community
Development, with effect from 15th Au-
gust, 1969.

7th October, 1969.

No. 311.
His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the appointment
of Mr. ELFORD KIRBY, as Senior Dis-
penser, Central Dispensary, General
Hospital, with effect from 1st July, 1969.

7th October, 1969.


No. 312.
His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the appointment
of Dr. ALWYN GATHERER, B.Sc., D.D.S.,


as Dental Surgeon (School Dental Offi-
cer), St. Vincent, with effect from 17th
July, 1969.
71h October, 1969.

No. 313.
His Honour the Administrator has
been ple-A 1 to approve the following
appoint
1 IMr. M. M SCOTT as an Assistant
Secretary with effect from 1st
October, 1968.
2. Mr. O. L. GARRAWAY as an Assist-
ant Sie rotary with effect from 25th
Noveimbc' 1968.
7th October, "t1(9.

(P. '

No. 314.
VACANT POSTS.

POST OF MEDICAL STOREKEEPER,
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for the vacant post of
Medical Storekeeper, Medical Depart-
ment, in th ei istry of Education and
Healt.V I the iry scale (HT 1-2)
$3,9Mx $180-$5 4.
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346 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 1969.-(No. 64.)


The successful applicant will be re-
sponsible for the receipt and distribu-
tion of all drugs and equipment, etc.,
and for the preparation of orders and
Indents for drugs and equipment and
for their proper storage.
IHe will be directly responsible to the
Senior Medical Officer for the proper
performance of his duties.
Applicants should be qualified, regis-
tered Dispensers for at least ten (10)
years.
Applications should be addressed to
the Establishment Officer to reach him
not later than 15th October, 1969.



No. 315.
VACANT POST OF
SENIOR MASTER/MISTRESS,
DOMINICA GRAMMAR SCHOOL

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
post of Senior Master/Mistress, Domi-
nica Grammar School.

2. The salary is in the scale $3,804 x
180-5,604 x 240-$6,084. The point of
entry into the salary scale will be deter-
mined by the officer's qualifications and
experience.

3. The appointment will be on con-
tract for a period of three years in the
first instance, and will le subject to
termination on six months' notice on
either side.

4. A gratuity at the rate of 12% of
basic salary will be payable on the satis-
factory completion of the contract.

5. The successful applicant must be
the holder of at least a Bachelor of Sci-
ence Degree and will be required to carry
out such functions and duties as are nor-
mally assigned to Senior Masters/Mis-
tresses at Secondary Grammar Schools,
and in particular, will be responsible
for teaching up to G.C.E. "A" level
Zoology, Biology and Botany. The Offi-
cer will also be required to perform any
other duties assigned to him from time
to time by the Head of his Department.

6. Further particulars may be ob-
tained from the Establishment Officer,
Establishment Division, Kingstown, to
whom applications should be forwarded
not later than 15th October, 1969.


7th October, 1969.


No. 306.
SCHOLARSIIIPS OFFERED BY
THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

The Government of India is offering
a number of Scholarships for studies in
India to students from the West Indies
under their General Cultural Scholar-
ships Sciewmo for 1970/71.
l'he Scholarships cover a wide range
of subjects including Arts and Humani-
ties in general; basic Sciences (including
Home Science, Library Science), Statis-
tics, Commerce, Agriculture, Medicine,
Law.
Applicants for under-graduate study
should be between the age of 17 and 22
years and should possess Senior Cam-
bridge/Matriculation (or equivalent),
those for post-graduate courses should
preferably be between 20-25 years
with at least a Second Division Bache-
lor's Degree.
Further information about these
Scholarships could be obtained from the
Training Office, Kingstown, St. Vincent.
Closing date for applications, which
should be sent to Training Office is 15th
October, 1969.
25th September, 1969.

No. 307.
COMMONWEALTH
SCHOLARSHIPS AND
FELLOWSHIPS

I" I'ED) KINGDOM, CANADA, EAST AFRICA,
IIONo KONG, MALAYSIA

The Government of the United King-
dom, Canada, East Africa, Hong Kong
and Malaysia have invited applications
I'or the award of Commonwealth Schol-
arshilps and Fellowships tenable at
Universities in the United Kingdom,
Canada, East Africa, Hong Kong, Ma-
laysia to suitable men and women from
the West Indies under their respective
Commonwealth Scholarships and Fel-
lowships Plan 1970/71.
Applicants should not have reached
their 35th birthday by 1st October, 1970,
but in special circumstances this age
limit may be raised. Preference will
however be given to candidates between
22 and 28 years of age.
These scholarships and fellowships
are awarded for advanced study or re-
search and are open to students who be-
fore they take up a scholarship hold a
Bachelor's or Master's Degree from a
recognized University or some equiva-
lent qualification. Under special cir-
*umstances applications may also be
considered for undergraduates if the





SAINT VINCENT, TIEE;AY. OCTOBER, 1969.-(No. 64.) 347


programme of study they wish to fol-
low is not available in their ,-oun-
try.
The United Kingdom awarccds provide,
also for further study and training in
the U'iited Kingdom in the broad fi ld
of M31dicine.
Awards will normally be made for a
period of two academic years except
in cases where a shorter period is re-
uiirild ti complete the programme
which Ihe award is granted.
Each scholarship covers expenses for
travel, living and study during its te:
ure.
Successful l candidates must give an
iridertaking to return to St. Vincent at
thl: end of their scholarship period.
Applications must be made through
unit Governments in septuplicate, and
on prescribed forms available from the
Training Office, Kingstown, St. Vincent,
from which further information on
these scholarships could be obtained.
Applications must be forwarded to the
Training Office not later than 31st Oc-
tober, 1969. Applications that are in-
complete or are not supported by the
required documents will not be enter-
tained.


No. 316.
LEGISLATION

The following Document is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & O. No. 43.-Constituency Boun-
dary Commission Order, 1969.

7th October, 1969.

No. 317.
The undermentioned Ordinances which
have been assented to by His Honour
the Administrator. are published with
this issue of the Gazette:-
No. 25 of 1969.-An Ordinance to
amend the Bicycles Ordinanc Cap.
168.
No. 26 of 1969.-An Ordinance to re-
peal the Licences Ordinance, 1940,
and make fresh provision in re-
placement thereof.
(C.M.F. 622.)
No. 27 of 1969.--An Ordinance to
provide for expenditure during the
financial year ending on the thirty-
first day of December, one thousand
nine hundred and sixty-nine, upon
certain services in excess of the
Appropriation Law relating to the


year one thousand, nine hundred
and sixty-nine.

October. 1969.

By Command,

IVOR MARTIN,
Permanent Secretary,
Chief Minister's Office.


ST. EF
ST. V1IN


RTER'S OFFICE,


7th October, 1969.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

POLICE NOTICE

The following articles will be put up
lor Sale by Public Auction at Central
Police Station, Kingstown on Saturday
October 25, 1969, at 1.00 p.m.
()iO Ladies' Purse
()ne Ladie. Velvet Purse
One Ladies' Black Purse
One Ladies Red and White,-Purse
One pair Ladies' Spectacles
Two pieces White Cloth
One Shirt
One Ladies' Lunette Wrist Watch
One Black Toko Transistor Radio
One pair black shoes
Three sitting chairs with cushions
One Centre Table
One Cabinet
Three records
One Cents' Grovanna Wrist Watch
Stity of wares
Ladies Purse
One Pair Ladies' Ear-rings
One Gents' Silver Fortis wrist watch
()ij Sspannier
One Tegrov Wrist Match
On( piece print cloth
'' \\o spool threads
(i: ..ics Bovel wrist watch
\i'\o .,lmall dresses
One Ladies' multicoloured purse
One suit-case
Three bottles wine
One Gents' Tegrov silver watch
One brown spectacles case
One piece Sash Cord
One Gents' Freeman Wrist Watch
One pair Gents' White Shoes
One pair Gents' spectacles
One pair Gents' Dark Shades
One pair Rubber Boots
S. A. ANDERSON.
Chief of Police.
September,27, 1969.





348 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 OCTOBER, 1969.-(No. 64.)


WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT-(APPELLATE JURISDICTION)
ST. VINCENT A.D. 1969



RESULTS OF MAGISTERIAL APPEALS DISPOSED OF ON
THE 18TH, 19TH SEPTEMBER, 1969.

YEAR &
NO. NAMES OF PARTIES OFFENCE RESULT


CRIMINAL
2/69 Archival Prince Assault Adjourned to next
vs sitting.
Chief of Police

5/69 Frankie James Larceny
vs Appeal struck out.
Chief of Police

/69 Gladstone Fraser Malicious damage to Appeal dismissed. Con-
vs Bed eviction sentence and or-
Chief of Police der confirmed. Allowed
one month to pay.

7/69 Gladstone Ftaser Throwing Missiles Appeal dismissed. Con-
vs viction confirmed. Or-
Chief of Police der to pay $10.00 con-
firmed. No order as to
costs.

8/69 Dotilyn ifuggins Wounding Appeal dismissed. Con-
vs viction confirmed. Fine
Chief of Police varied from $30.00 to
$15.00. To be paid in
three weeks. In default
of payment 14 days im-
prisonment.

9/69 Grafton Carmichael Breach of Motor Vehi- Appeal dismissed. Sen-
vs cle and Road Traffic tence confirmed. No or-
Chief of Police Ordinance. der as to costs.

10/69 Frankie James Larceny Appeal struck out. De-
vs cision affirmed. No or-
'Chief of Police der as to costs.


11/69 Dennis London
vs
Chief of Police


12/69 Percy Kirby
vs
Chief of Police


13/69 Sonny Fraser
vs
Chief of Police


Indecent 'Language


Unlawful possession of
Offensive Weapon.


Assault, Indecent Lan-
guage and Malicious
Damage


Appeal dismissed. Con-
viction & sentence con-
firmed. No order -as to
costs.


Appeal allowed. Con-
viction and Sentence
set aside.


Appeal dismissed. Con-
viction & sentence con-
firmed. No order as to
costs.





SAINT VINCENT, TI'ESDAY, OCTOBER, 1969.-(No. 64.) 349



YEAR & N, MIES OF PARTIES OFFENCE RESULT
NO.


14/69 Alexander Home 'iulawful Assault Appeal struck out. De-
vs cision confirmed. No or-
Chief of Police der as to costs.

15/69 Ethel Hamilton Using Insulting words. Case remitted to Mag-
vs istrate under direction
Elsie Lowmans that it be reheard. Ap-
pellant to pay costs of
$10.08.

16/69 Duff James Driving without valid Appeal struck out. De-
vs driving permit cision confirmed. No or-
Chief of Police der as to costs.

17/69 Lyle Gaymes Unlawful Assault Appeal dismissed. Con-
vs viction and Sentence
Chief of Police confirmed. No order as
to costs.

18/69 Berrisford Prescott Larceny Appeal allowed. Con-
vs viction & Sentence set
Chief of Police aside. No order as to
costs.

19/69 Verna Hendrickson Unlawful possession of Appeal Allowed. Sen-
vT Offensive Weapon tence varied from im-
Chief of Police prisonment to signing
of bond in the sum of
$50.00 to be of good be-
haviour for a period of
one year.


20/69 Job Samuel
vs
Chief of Police


Indecent Assault


Appeal allowed. Con-
viction & sentence set
aside. No order as to
costs.


21/69 Irma Gumbs Assault Appeal dismissed. Con-
vs viction and Sentence
Joel Robinson confirmed. No order as
(by his father & next to costs.
friend Richard
Robinson)


22/69 Luther Samuel &
Clive Dublin
vs
Chief of Police


Wounding


Appeal dismissed. Con-
viction and sentence
confirmed. No order as
to costs.


23/69 Luther Samuel and Unlawful and Appeal dismissed. Con-
Clive Dublin Malicious Wounding. viction and sentence
vs confirmed. No order as
Chief of Police to costs.


24/69 Rosemarie Jacobs
vs
Noel Hooper by his
mother and next friend
Gertrude Hooper


Appeal dismissed. Al-
lowed one month to pay
fine.


Assault





350 SAINT V1NCENT, TUESDAY, 7 OCTOBER, 1969.-(No. 64.)



YEAR & NAMES OF PARTIES OFFENCE RESULT
NO.

25/69 Dalbert Stapleton Having dangerous Appeal struck out.
vs weapon.
Chief of Police

26/69 Lionel Anderson Assault Adjourned to next sit-
vs ting.
Chief of Police

27/69 Levi Cupid Assault Appeal dismissed. Con-
vs viction and Sentence
Chief of Police confirmed. No order as
to costs.


28/69 Sonny Fraser and
Verna Hendrickson
vs
Chief of Police


29/69 Theophilus Guy
Rudolph Guy
Gertrude Williams
vs
Saving Primus


Stealing


Assault


Appeal dismissed. Con-
viction & Sentence con-
firmed in case of Sonny
Fraser. In case of Hen-
drickson appeal allow-
ed. Conviction & sen-
tence set aside. Fine to
be paid in one.

Appeal of Theophilus
Guy is dismissed. Con-
viction & sentence con-
firmed. No order as to
cost. Appeal of Ru-
dolph Guy and Ger-
trude Williams allowed.
Matter to be remitted to
the Magistrate to be
dealt with separately.
No order as to costs.


30/69 Doritha Chambers Wounding Appeal dismissed. Con-
vs viction confirmed. Sen-
Chief of Police tence varied by remov-
ing fine and leaving
penalty required. Ap-
pellant to sign bond to
be of good behaviour for
one year. To pay wit-
ness cost of $3.00. No
order as to costs in this
court.


31/69 Sonny Merry
vs
Jonna Roache


Insulting Language.


Appeal dismissed. Con-
viction & Sentence con-
firmed. Time allowed to
30th September, 1969.


32/69 Leonard Balcombe
vs
Chief of Police


Indecent Language


Case adjourned to next
sitting. Appellant to file
affidavit. Copies to be
served on Magistrate
and on Respondent
within one month of to-
day's date 19.9.69.


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SAINT VINCENT, TI-ESI)AY,


TEAR &
NO.


NAMES OF PARTIES


OFFENCE


RESULT


33/69 Everard Roache Stealing Appeal dismissed. Con-
vs eviction confirmed. Sen-
Chief of Police tence reduced from six
months to four months.
No order as to costs.


Pano John
vs
Everard McEdwards


Insultiig Words


Appeal dismissed. Con-
viction & sentence con-
firmed. No order as to
costs. Allowed one
month in which to pay


A. T. WOODS,
Registrar Supreme Court.


ST. VINCENT

IN THE COURT OF APPEAL

CAUSE LIST FOR SITTING AT ST.
VINCENT COMMENCING ON
FRIDAY, 10TH OCTOBER, 1969, AT
2.00 O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON

CRIMINAL:


No. Appellant


Respondent


2/69 Adolphus Bacchus v. Regina
3/69 Amos Edwards v. Regina

Chief Registrar's Chambers,
St. George's,
Grenada.

27th August, 1969.


ST VINCENT:


IN TIE COURT OF APPEAL


TAKE NOTICE that the Court of
Appeal will sit in the territory of St.
Vincent oii Friday the 10th October,
1969 at 2.00 o'clock in the afternoon.
THE COURT will comprise the Hon-
ourable the Chief Justice, President, the
Honourable Mr. Justice Gordon and the
Honourable Mr. Justice Elvin St. Ber-
nard, Acling Justice of Appeal.

D1ailed this 1st day of September, 1969.

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


IN THE MATTER OF TIE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE 1946
(No. 22 of 1946)
AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE ACQUISITION by the Administrator in Council
of a certain portion of land at Hopewell in the parish of Charlotte for a
public purpose.


NOTICE OF ACQUISITION

(FIRST PUBLICATION)

(Gazetted 7th October, 1969.)


WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance 1946
(No. 22 of 1946) that if the Administrator in Council considers that any land
should be acquired for a public purpose he may cause a declaration to that effect
to be made.


CIVIL
2/69


OCTOBER, 1969.-(No. 64.)




352 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 19i9.-(No. 64.)


AND WHEREAS it was considered by the Administrator in Council that the
undermentioned parcel of land should be acquired for a public purpose, to wit,
the siting of a public playing field and Clinic.

AND WHEREAS by declaration published in the Gazette on the 29th April
and 6th May 1969 it was declared that the said parcel of land at Hopewell in
the parish of Charlotte the property of Gerald Miguel measuring 3 Acres 0 Rood
0.5 Pole in area and bounded on the North by lands of Ellen Foy. On the
South by remaining lands of Gerald Miguel and lands of Eursley Homer. On
the East by a stream and allotments shown on PLAN C4/46. And on the West
by a stream, was required for a public purpose and should vest absolutely
in the Crown upon the Second Publication of the said declaration to that effect
in the Gazette.

AND WHEREAS it is further declared and notified that a plan of the
said land bearing the number C 335 and prepared by Karl E. V John, licensed
land Surveyor was lodged for inspection at all reasonable hours at the Land and
Surveys Department of Kingstown the Colony of St. Vincent on the 22nd
day of March 1969.
Now THIS Is To REQUIRE all persolls interested to render to the Authorised
Officer at the said Lands and Survey., Department within thirty days of the
issue of this notice a statement in writing signed by them or their Attorneys or
Agents setting forth the amount and full particulars of their claims for com-
pensation in respect of their interest in the land here-in-before described dis-
tinguishing the amounts under separate heads and showing how the amounts
claimed under each head is calculated.

Dated at Kingstown this 10th day of September, 1969.

KARL E. V. JOHN,
Authorized Officer.



IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE 1946
(No. 22 of 1946)
AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE ACQUISITION by the Administrator in Council
of a certain parcel of land at Friendship, Bequia in the Parish of The
Grenadines for a public purpose.


NOTICE OF ACQUISITION

(FIIST PUBLICATION)

(Gazetted 7th October, 1969.)


WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance 1946
(No. 22 of 1946) that if the Administrator in Council considers that any land
should be acquired for a public purpose he may cause a declaration to that effect
to be made.

AND WHEREAS it was considered by the Administrator in Council that the
undermentioned parcel of land should be ac(luirci for a public purpose, to wit,
the beaching of local fishermen's boats.

AND WHEREAS by declaration published in the Gazette of the 6th May,
1969, and the 13th May, 1969, it was declared that the said parcel of land at
Friendship, Bequia, in the Parish of the Grenadines the property of Jean
Glogowska, measuring 5,377 sq. ft. in area and bounded on the North by lands
of John D'Arbuckle, to the South by lands of Claude Hazell, to the East by
the foreshore and to the West by remaining land of J. Glogowska and a Public
Road, was required for a public purpose and should vest absolutely in the
Crown upon the Second publication of the said Declaration to that effect in
the. Gazette.
AND WHEREAS it is further declared and notified that the plan of the




SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 1969.-(No. 64.) 353


said land bearing the number of R(. 130 and prepared by Karl E.V John, Licensed
Land Surveyor was lodged for inspection at all reasonable hours at the Lands and
Surveys Department of IKingstown in the 'olony of Saint Vincent on the 3rd
day of May, 1969.

Now THIs Is To REQUIRE all pl)r.ons interested to render to the Authorised
Officer at the said Land and Surve. Department within thirty days of the
issue of this notice a statement in writing signed by them or their Attorneys or
Agents setting forth the amounts anl tnll particulars of their claim for com-
pensation in respect of their interest in the land here-in-before described dis-
tinguishing the amounts under the separate heads and showing how the amounts
claimed under each head is calculated.

Dated at Kingstown this 20th day of Septlcmb 1969.

KARL E. V. JOHN,
Authorized Officer.



IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE 1946
(No. of 1946)
AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE ACQUISITION by the Administrator in Council
of a certain parcel of land at Friendship, Bequia in the Parish of The
Grenadines for a public purpose.

NOTICE OF ACQUISITION

(FIRST PUBLICATION)

(Gazetted 7th October, 1969.)

WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance 1946
(No. 22 of 1946) that if the Administrator in Council considers that any land
should be acquired for a public purpose he may cause a declaration to that effect
to be made.
AND WHEREAS it was considered Iy the Administrator in Council that the
undermentioned parcel of land should be acquired for a public purpose, to wit,
the beaching of local fishermen's boats.

AND WHEREAS by declaration published in the Gazette on the 6th May
1969 and the 13th May 1969!) it was declared that the said parcel of land at
Friendship, Bequia. in the Parish ol' the (iGrc adines the property of
Claude Hazell measuring 1,774 sq. 1'1. in area and bounded on the North by
lands of Jean Glogowska on the South by remaining lands of Claude Hazell
on the East by remaining lands of Claude Hazell on the West by lands of
L. Stowe and the foreshore, was required for a public purpose and should vest
absolutely in the Crown upon the Second publication of the said Declaration
to that effect in the Gazette.

AND WHEREAS it is further declared and notified that a plan of the
said land bearing the number of GS 130 and prepared by Karl E.V. John, Licensed
Land Surveyor was lodged for inspection at all reasonable hours at the Lands and
Surveys Department of Kingstown in the Colony of Saint Vincent on the 3rd
day of May, 1969.
Now TuHI Is To REQUIRE all persons interested to render to the Authorised
Officer at the said Land and Surveys Department within thirty days of the
issue of this notice a statement in writing signed by them or their Attorneys or
Agents setting forth the amount and full particulars of their claims for com-
pensation in respect of their interest in the land here-in-before described dis-
tinguishing the amounts under the separate heads and showing how the amount
claimed under each head is calculated.

Dated at Kingstown this 20th day of September, 1969.

KARL E. V. JOHN,
Authorized Offecer.





354 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 1969.-(No. 64.)


IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE 1946
(No. 22 of 1946)
AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE ACQUISITION by the Administrator in Council
of a certain parcel of land at Friendship, Bequia, in the Parish of The
Grenadines for public purpose.


NOTICE OF ACQUISITION

(FIRST PUBLICATION)

(Gazetted 7th October, 1969.)


WuHEaAs it is enacted by Section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance 1946
(No. 22 of 1946) that if the Administrator in Council considers that any land
should be acquired for a public purpose he may cause a declaration to that effect
to be made.

AND WHEREAS it was considered by the Administrator in Council that the
undermentioned parcel of land should be acquired for a public purpose, to wit,
the beaching of local fishermen's boats.

AND WHEREAS by declaration published in the Gazette on the 6th May
1969 and the 13th May 1969 it was declared that the said parcel of land at
Friendship, Bequia in the Parish of the Grenadines the property of
John D'Arbuckle, measuring 4,021 sq. ft. in area and bounded on the North
by lands belonging to the Heirs of William Wallace South by lands of Jean
Glogowska, West by remaining lands of John D'Arbuckle and East by the
foreshore, was required for a public purpose and should vest absolutely in the
Crown upon the Second publication of the said Declaration to that effect in
the Gazette.

ANm WFEBAs it is further declared and notified that a plan of the
said land bearing the number GR 130 and prepared by Karl E. V. John, Licensed
Land Surveyor was lodged for inspection at all reasonable hours at the Lands and
Surveys Department of Kingstown in the Colony of Saint Vincent on the 3rd
day of May 1969.

Now THIS Is To REQUIRE all persons interested to render to the Authorised
Officer at the said Land and Surveys Department within thirty days of the
issue of this notice a statement in writing signed by them or their Attorneys or
Agents setting forth the amounts and full particulars of their claims for com-
pensation in respect of their interest in the land here-in-before described dis-
tinguishing the amounts under separate heads and showing how the amount
claimed under each head is calculated.

Dated at Kingstown this 20th day of September 1969.

KARL E. V JOHN,
Authorized Oficer.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,
1969, No. 43.

CONSTITUENCY' BOUNDARY COMMISSION ORDER.

J-'(Gazetted 7th October. 19O9)

WHEREAS b section 2 of the Saint Vincent Electoral Provisions Order
1969 there was established a Constituency Boundary Commission for Saint
Vincent to -onsist of a Chairman and such other members as a Secretary of
State, after consultation with the Chief Minister of Saint Vincent, may
appoint
AND WHEREAS 1)y section 3 of the said Order it is inter alia provided
that for the purpose of election of members of the proposed House of Assembly
Saint Vincent shall in accordance with the provisions of the said section, be
divided into thirteen constituencies with such boundaries as may be pre-
scribed by Order made by the Constituency Bounilary Commnission.
Now, THEREFORE, we ARTHUR HILTON POYNTON and WILLIAM
ADRIAN DATE, Chairman and the other member, rec-pectively, so appointed
by the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs to be a
Constituency Boundary Commission for Saint Vincent DO HEREBY ORDER
AS follows:-
1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Constituency Boundary
Commission Order. 1969.
2. Division into constituencies. (1) The boundaries of the thirteen con-
stituencies for the purpose of the election of the elected members of the pro-
posed House of Assembly referred to in the Saint Vincent Electoral Provisions
Order 1969 shall be as defined in the Schedule to this Order and except in the
case of the Grenadines. as delineated upon the two authenticated maps
deposited with the Lands and Surveys Department of Saint Vincent and
numbered E.B. 69A and E.B. 69B. respectively. (2) In the event of any
discrepancy between the delineation of the boundaries on the said maps and
the description of them in the Schedule to this Order,.the latter shall prevail.
Made by the Constituency Boundary Commission this 3rd day of October,
1969.
A. H. POYNTON,
Chairman.
W. A. DATE,
Member.





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SCHEDULE TO THE CONSTITUENCY BOUNDARY COMMISSION
ORDER, 1969.

1. North Windward.
From West Point eastward and southward along the coast to an iron
B1421 as shown on plan C177 prepared by G. Barker and deposited in the
Lands and Surveys Department. Thence westward to an iron B1420 and to
the centre of the Windward Highway and the Mount Bentick Road. Thence
westward along the centre of the Mount Bentick/O'Briens Road to the bridge
over the Caratal River at the entrance of O'Briens Village thence to trigono-
metrical point 478R. Thence in a south-easterly direction along the cliff face
to a point on the cliff face above the junction where the road to Montague
House joins the estate road to Chili and in line with the road to Montague
House. Thence westward along the ridge through trigonometrical point 16VS
(height 2965) and westward to the Charlotte/St. David Parish boundary and
northwards along the central ridge to West Point..
2. North Central Windward.
From an iron B1421 as shown on Plan C177 prepared by G. Barker and
deposited in the Lands and Surveys Department southward along the coast
to the mouth of the Abyama River (Mount Grennan River) thence upstream
to the dam across the river and southwards across this dam to the centre of
the Mount Grennan Road. Thence westward along the centre of this road
to the centre of the bridge over the northern tributary of the Camacribou
River i.e. near the junction of the Mount Grennan Road and the road from
Lively. Thence in a north-wclsterly direction along the northern tributary
of the Camacribou River passing north of Lively and thence northwesterly
to the Colonarie River where the C.D.C. catchment begins, and in a south
westerly direction up the Colonarie River to its source at Grand Bonhomme
and northward along the central ridge to the boundary with North Windward.
Thence eastward to the ridge through trigonometrical point 16VS (height
2965) and further eastwards along this ridge to a point on the cliff above the
junction where the road to Montague House joins the estate road to Chili and
in line with the road to Montague House. Thence north westerly along the
cliff face to trigonometrical point 478R and to the bridge over the Caratal
River at the entrance of O'Briens Village. Thence eastwards along the centre
of the Mount Bentick/O'Briens road to the Windward Highway and to iron
B1420 thence eastwards to an iron B1421 as shown on the aforementioned
plan C177.

3. South Central Windward.
From the mouth of the Abyama River (Mount Grennan River) southward
along the coast to the mouth of the South Union River just south of Irwin's
Cliff, thence up the bed of this river to the Windward Highway. Thence up





135

the southern tributary near Cedars to its source and westerly in a straight line
to trigonometrical point 5VS (height 1235). Thence westerly and north
westerly along the ridge to Petit Bonhomme and Grand Bonhomme, and to the
source of the Colonarie River. Thence in a north easterly direction down
the Colonarie River to a point where the C.D.C. catchment begins, and thence
in a line passing north of Lively to the source of the northern tributary of
the Camacribou River. Thence downstream to the centre of the bridge over
this tributary i.e. near the junction of the Mount Grennan Road with the road
from Lively. Thence eastwards along the centre of Mount Grennan Road to
the point opposite the dam across the Abyama River and northwards over this
dam to the centre of the river. Thence downstream the Abyama River (Mount
Grennan River) to its mouth.

4. South Windward.
From the mouth of the South Union River immediately south of Irwin's
Cliff southward along the coast to the mouth of the Ribishi River. Thence
up the Ribishi River to its junction with the Deningo Gutter. Thence up
this gutter to the point where it crosses the Windward Highway. Thence
northward along the centre of the Windward Highway to the bridge over the
Ribishi River and eastward along the centre of the Windward Highway to the
junction with Carapan bye-way Thence northward along the centre of the
said road to its junction with the road to Enhams and thence in an easterly
direction following the centre of the road to the junction of the roads to
Victoria Village and Calder (near the Wyso stand pipe). From this junction
northward along the centre of the road to the junction of the roads leading
to Belmont and Calder and thence in a north westerly direction up the centre
of the ridge road to the junction with the Belmont Road, thence northward
along its centre to the junction with the Vigie Highway approximately half
a mile to the east of Eyry Hill. Thence eastward along the centre of the
highway to Cricks corner and north-easterly along the centre of the Akers
Road to a spur immediately north of Eardley Browne's Estate House and the
C.D.C. main power line. Thence north easterly along this power line to the
junction with the Yambou Byepass and the road to Pasture, thence north
westerly along the spur to the north of the Yambou River to trigonometrical
point 350VS and northerly along the Sayers Hill ridge overlooking the Zenga
River to the sharp corner on the Simon or New Prospect Road thence north
along the centre of the said road for approximately 500 yards to a footpath
and north westward along this footpath to the junction with the Maroon Hill
Road. Thence northward along the centre of the said road to a point on the
road due south of trigonometrical point 5VS (height 1235) and thence to
trigonometrical point 5VS. Thence easterly in a straight line to the source
of the southern tributary of the South Union River and along this river to
the starting point.







5. Marriaqua.
From trigonometrical point 5VS (height 1235) to a point due south on the
Maroon Hill Road and southward along the centre of this road to a footpath
and south eastward along this footpath to the Simon Road and southward
for 500 yards to the sharp corner and southerly along the Sayers Hill ridg.,
to 350VS thence south easterly along the ridge north of the Yambou River
to the junction with the Yambou Byepass and the road to Pasture and to the(
power line. Thence south westerly and along the power line to the spur
immediately north of Eardley Browne's Estate House. Thence along the
centre of the Akers Road to Cricks Corner and south westerly along the centre
of the road to Eyry Hill and Pilgrim Hill. and from Pilgrim Hill along the
centre of a road northward to trigonometrical point 211VS (height 1180)
(near Findlay) and thence up the ridge in a north northwesterly direction 1o
trigonometrical point 210VS (height 2364) and thence north west to the near-
est point on the central ridge and northward along the central ridge to Grand
Bonhomme. Thence easterly to Petit Bonhomme and thence in a south easterly
direction along the ridge to the starting point trigonometrical point Y5S.

6. East St. George.
From the mouth of the Ribishi River southward and westward along tli
coast to the Greathead River thence up the Greathead River to the junction
with a tributary approximately 200 yards upstream from and east of' Belair
Church. Thence eastward up this tributary to its source and thence dcue east
to the Vigie Highway/Eyry Hill Road, and north along the centre of the high-
way to Eyry Hill thence eastward along the centre of the said road to tlih
junction with the Belmont Road. Thence southward along the centre of the
Belmont Road to its junction with the ridge road and south easterly along
the centre of this ridge road to its junction with the road to Calder and
Victoria Village, thence south eastward along the centre of this road to its
junction with the Carapan byeway near the Wyso stand pipe and westerly
along the centre of the byeway to its junction with the road to Enhams and
southward along the centre of the byeway to the Windward Highway. Thence-
westward and southward along the centre of the highway to its junction with
the Deningo gutter and easterly along this gutter to its junction with the
Ribishi River, southerly and easterly along the said river to its mouth.

7. West St. George.
From the mouth of the Greathead River westward along the coast round
Cane Garden Point and in a north easterly direction to the mouth of the gutter
approximately 200 feet east of the Customs Warehouse (Rum Bond). Thence
up this gutter to the junction of Long Lane Upper and the road to Sion Hill
market and London road. Thence northward along the centre of the road to
Sion Hill market for approximately 200 yards to the road junction. Thence
along the centre of the right hand fork to the junction with Murrays Road





137


(approximately 50 yards westward of Sion Hill market crossroads). Thence
north along the centre of the Murrays Road to the crossing of the westerly
branch of the Kingstown South River (Sally Spring). Thence north along
the bed of this river for approximately 350 yards to the road junction near
trigonometrical point 39fR marked on Kingstown 1:2500 map. Thence
north easterly along the road to Samuel Gill's boundary thence easterly
along this boundary to the junction with the Richmond Hill/Dorsetshire
Hill boundary. Thence southerly to trigonometrical point 40VS and easterly
along the northern boundary of Crown Land as shown on plan G424 lot 21
deposited in the Lands and Surveys Department, to the Dorsetshire Hill Road.
Thence northward along the centre of the Dorsetshire Hill Road to Millers
Gate then south easterly along the entiree of the road to Millers ridge and
northward along the ridge to trigonomerical point 162VS (height 1576).
Thence northerly up the ridge to Mount St. Andrew. Thence up the central
ridge to nearest point to trigonometrical point 210VS (height 2364), thence
to trigonometrical point 210VS. Thence in a straight line approximately
south east to trigonometrical point 211VS (height 1180) (near Findlay).
Thence approximately due south along the centre of the road to Pilgrim
Hill and south easterly along the Eyry Hill ridge road to its junction with
the Vigie Highway Thence westerly and southerly along the centre of the
highway to a- point due east of the source of the tributary of the Greathead
River approximately 200 yards upstream and east of Beiair Church and to
its source. Thence downstream to the Greathead River and along this said
river to its mouth.

8. East Kingstown.
From the mouth of the gutter which forms the Western boundary of West
St. George along the sea front to a point opposite the centre of Melville Street.
Thence, northwards along Melville Street to its junction with Grenville Street.
Thence westward along the centre of Grenville Street and Tyrell Street to the
centre of the bridge over the Kingstown North River. Thence upstream along
the Kingstown North River to the junction with its eastern tributary, and
up the eastern tributary in a north easterly direction up to its junction with
a dry gutter which begins at the junction of the Kennedy Trace and the road
to Bow Wood, and along this gutter to the Kennedy trace. Thence north
easterly up this trace to its junction with the ridge which runs from trigono-
metrical point 162VS to Mount St. Andrew and along this ridge to trigono-
metrical point 162VS (height 1576), thence southerly along this ridge to the
road and north westerly along the centre of this Road to Millers Gate thence
southerly along the centre of the Dorsetshire Hill road to the northern bound-
ary of Crown Land i.e. Lot 21, on plan G424 and westerly along this boundary
to 40VS, then northerly along the Richmond Hill/Dorsetshire Hill boundary
to the top of Samuel Gill's boundary and westerly along this boundary to a
bye-road. Thence south easterly along the centre of this road to the junction
(near trigonometrical point 399R marked on Kingstown map 1:2500) and to
the westerly branch of the Kingstown River and south along its bed to the







junction with the Murrays Road (Sally Spring). Thence south easterly along
the centre of Murrays Road to the junction with Sion Hill Road (approximately
50 yards westward of Sion Hill market cross roads) thence along the centre
of the Sion Hill Road and London Road to the junction with Long Lane Upper.
Thence southward down the gutter which meets the sea at a point approxi-
mately 200 feet east of the Customs Warehouse (R.nm Bond).

9. West Kingstown.
From the point on the sea front opposite the centre of Melville Street
westward along the coast around Johnson Point lo the Ottley Hall headland
south of Lowmans Bay Thence, in a north easterly direction along the ridge
to Trig.. Point 528R. Thence in a straight line to the point at which the
St. Andrew/St. Patrick parish boundary meets the Leeward Highway and
North easterly along the St. Andrew/St. Patrick parish boundary to Mount
St. Andrew, and southerly along the ridge which runs from Mount St. Andrew
towards trigonometrical point 162VS as far as the Kennedy Trace, thence along
the said trace to its junction with the road to Bow Wood and a large dry gutter
and eastwards down this gutter to the eastern tributary of the Kingstown
North River, and down this river to the centre of the bridge on Tyrell Street.
Thence eastward along the centre of Tyrell Street and Grenville Street to the
junction with Melville Street. Thence southward along the centre of Melville
Street to the sea front.

10. South Leeward.
From the Ottley Hall headland south of Loxwmans Bay northward along
the coast to the mouth of the Buccament River and up this River to a point
opposite the junction of the Queensbury and Vermont Roads. Thence up the
centre of the Queensbury Road to its end. Thence in a straight line to Trig-
onometrical point 145VS (height 1592 ft.). Thence north easterly along the
St. Patrick/St. Andrew Parish Boundary to the point on the central ridge
where the parish boundaries of St. Patrick, St. Andrew and Charlotte converge.
Thence southward along the central ridge to Mount St. Andrew and south
west along the St. Andrew/St. Patrick boundary to the point at which this
boundary meets the Leeward Highway. Thence in a straight line to Trigono-
metrical point 528R and from this Trigonometrical point in a south-westerly
direction along the centre of the ridge to the Ottley Hall headland.

11. Central Leeward.
From the mouth of the Buccament River northward along the coast to the
point at the base of the cliff overlooking the centre of Petit Anse Bay. Thence
in a straight line in a south easterly direction to Trig. Point 58VS (height
1342 ft.). Thence in a straight line in a south easterly direction to Trig.
Point 109VS (height 1013 ft.). Thence in a straight line in a north easterly
direction to Trig. Point 71VS (height 1132 ft). Thence in a straight line in





139

a north easterly direction to Trigonometrical Point 68VS (height 2520 ft.).
Thence in a straight line to the point on the central ridge where the boundaries
of the parishes of St. Patrick, St. David and Charlotte converge. Thence
southward along the central ridge to the point where the boundaries of the par-
ishes of St. Andrew, St. Patrick and Charlotte converge. Thence south westerly
along the St. Andrew/St. Patrick parish boundary to Trigometrical Point 145VS
(height 1592 ft.). Thence in a straight line south easterly to the end of the
Queensbury Road. Thence southwards down the centre of the Queensbury
Road to its junction with the Vermont Road, and across the latter road to
a point in the centre of the Buccament River opposite the road junction.
Thence in a south westerly direction downstream the Buccament River to its
mouth.

12. North Leeward.
Commencing at a point at the base of the cliff overlooking the centre of
Petit Anse Bay, thence along the -oast in a north easterly direction to West
Point thence southward along the central ridge to the boundary between the
parishes of St. David and St. Patrick. Thence in a straight line westward to
Trig6nmetrical Point 68VS (height 2520 ft.). Thence in a straight line south
westward to Trig. Point 71VS (height 1132 ft.). Thence in a straight line
south westward to Trigonometrical Point 109VS (height 1013 ft.) on Belleisle
Hill. Thence in a straight line north westward to Trigonometrical Point 58VS
(height 1342 ft ). And thence in a straight line north westward to the point
of commencement.

13. The Grenadines.
All the Grenadine Islands which form part of the Colony of St. Vincent.

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SAINT VINCENT.


No. 26 of 1969.
I Assent,


H. GEORGE,


[ L. S. ] Administrator.

24th September, 1969.

AN ORDINANCE to repeal the Licences Ordinance, 1910, and
make fresh provision in replacement thereof.

[ On Proclamation. ]


Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, '
and with the advice and consent (if the Legisitive (Counc1i of
Saint \'incent and by the authority of the same as folloqks:-
(
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Licences I)rdin- S11o) itl
ance, 1969.

2. In this Ordinance "Financial Secretary" means the Interpreta
person for the time being carrying out the duties of Financial
Secretary of the Government.


tian.


3. No person shall sell or offer for sale by auction any Auctioneers.
land, goods or chose in action unless licensed in that behalf by
the Financial Secretar under the provisions of this Ordinance.


4. (1) No person shall be permitted to take out a licence
to carry on the calling or business of an auctioneer unless-

(a) the Administrator in Council is satisfied that he is a
fit and proper person to be so licensed, and


Who may he
licensed as an
auctioneer.







Licences.


1969.


Exemption of
certain persons.


Scale of
fees etc.


Collection of
fees.


Licenses not
transferable;
expire on the
31st December.
Penalty.


(b) he gives, to the satisfaction of the Financial Secre-
tary, good and sufficient security, in the sum of seven
hundred and twenty dollars, for the faithful perform-
ance of the duties of his calling or business, and for
the purpose of securing the payment of any fines,
penalties, judgments, damages or costs which may be
imposed upon or recovered against him as auctioneer.

(2) The Administrator in Council may from time to time
make rules under this Ordinance to control and settle the
terms and conditions upon which licences may be issued for
the purpose aforesaid.

5. Nothing herein contained shall make it necessary for
any person selling under instructions from the Government
either Government property, or property seized by the Gov-
ernment, or any officer selling any property under the order
of any Court, to take out an auctioneer's licence.

6. No person shall act as agent for the sale or negotia-
tion of any policy of assurance or insurance unless licensed
in that behalf by the Financial Secretary under the provisions
of this Ordinance.

7. The forms, method of display, period of validity and
scale of fees payable for the issue of licences under this Ordin-
ance are set forth in the Schedule hereto.

8. Licences payable under this Ordinance shall be paid
to the Comptroller of Inland Revenue for the General Revenue
of the Territory.

9. The licences issued under this Ordinance shall not be
transferable, and shall expire on the thirty-first day of De-
cember next following the date of issue.

10 Any person who acts in any capacity requiring a
licence under this Ordinance while not currently licensed so
to act shall on summary conviction be ordered to pay a fine
amounting to three times the licence fee and may be sentenced
to imprisonment for a period not exceeding one month and
for each subsequent offence shall be liable to a fine not exceed-
ing five hundred dollars and to imprisonment for a term not
exceedng three months or to both such fine and such imprison-
ment.


No. 26.








No. 26. lAcenoes. 1969.


11. (1) The Licences Ordinance, 1940, with all amend-
ments thereto, is hereby repealed without prejudice to the
validity and duration of any licence current at the time of
the coming into operation of this Ordinance.


(2) The Licences (Fees) Order, 1961, is hereby cancelled.


12. This Ordinance shall come into operation on such
date as the Administrator in Council may appoint by proclam-
ation in the Gazette.



THE SCHEDULE


Repeals with
savings.
No. 21 of 1940.
No. 24 of 1943.
No. 3 of 1944.
No. 22 of 1950.
No. 4 of 1957.
S.R & 0. 1961,
No. 30.
Commencement.





(Section 7)


1. All licences under this Ordinance shall run from the first day
January until the thirty-first day of December in each year and the fees
respect thereof shall be as follows:-


Dollars


Auctioneers


Insurance Agents-
(a) Life Insurance Agents
(b) Motor Vehicle Insurance Agents
(c) Fire Insurance Agents
(d) Each other branch of Insurance Agents
for each form of insurance


Provided that the Financial Secretary may issue a general licence
enabling such Insurance Agent to carry on the business of a General Insurance
Agency under items (a), (b), (c) and (d) on payment of the sum of $200.

2. Licences issued under this Ordinance shall be framed and displayed
in a conspicuous place in the usual place of business of the licensee and shall
be open to inspection during normal hours of business.


Licences.


No. 26.


1969.







No. 26. Licences. 1969.


FORM OF LICENCE.

LICENCES ORDINANCE, 1969.



This is to certify that

of
is licensed under the provisions of the above Ordinance to act as an Auctioneer
Life Insurance Agent
Motor Vehicle Insurance Agent
Fire Insurance Agent
Insurance Agent
do.
do.
do.
do.
General Insurance Agent
u n til ................................................................ ........
and that the prescribed fee(s) of
has/have been duly paid.

Dated this day of 19



Financial Secretary.




Passed the Legislative Council this 11th day of September, 1969.

O. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.
(C.M.F. 622).

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SAINT VINCENT.


S No. 27 of 1969.

4 I Assent,

/ H. GEORGE,

[L. S. ] Administrator.

3rd October, 1969.

AN ORDINANCE to provide for expenditure during the finan-
cial year ending on the thirty-first day of December, one
thousand nine hundred and sixty-nine, upon certain services
in excess of the Appropriation Law relating to the year
one thousand, nine hundred and sixty-nine.
[ 7th October, 1969.
WIERlEAs the sum of money granted by the Appropriation
Ordinance 1969 for the services ol the year ending on the thirty-
first day of Decemlber, one thousand(. nine hundred and sixty-
nine is insufficient to meet the (demands of such services.

BE 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 auilorily lof the same as follows:

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Supplementary Short Title.
Appropriation (1969 No. 2) Ordinance, 1969.
2. There shall be and there is hereby granted to Her Appropriation
Majesty the Queen, Her Heirs and Successors for the year end- of $133,634 for
the services of
ing on the thirty-first day of December, one thousand nine the Coonyfo
hundred and sixty-nine the sum of one hundred and thirty-three the year 1969.







Supplementary Appropriation (1969, No. 2).


thousand, six hundred and thirty-four 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 Ihe Schedule to this Ordinance.

SCHEDULE

RECURRENT


Service


A administrator /Governor
Attorney General
Chief Minister/Premier
Establishment and Personnel
Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Social Service.-
Education ......
Medical and Health
Labour
Port and Marine
Public Works Ree 'rent
Telephones


Total Recurrent


Amount
$
674
72
12,410
7,900
37,395
2,750
1,300
10
6,000
13,900
50,000
- 1,213

133,624


CAPITAL
Social Services and Education


Passed the Legislative Council this 11th day of September, 1969.

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


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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 8 cents. ]
1969.


Account
Number
1/101
1/105
1/110
1/111
1/120
1/140
2/141
2/142
2/154
4/162
3/165
4/168


TOTAL


$133,634


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