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Publication Date: November 11, 1969
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 49: The Public Service Commission (Amendment) Regulations, 1969
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    Ordinance No. 28 of 1969: An Ordinance further to amend the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1940
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    Ordinance No. 29 of 1969: An Ordinance to provide for the remuneration of the Chairman and Members of the Public Service Commission
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    Ordinance No. 30 of 1969: An Ordinance to amend the Maurice Sharpe Pension Ordinance, 1969
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    Ordinance No. 31 of 1969: An Ordinance relating to certain offences with regard to passports
        B-127
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    Ordinance No. 32 of 1969: An Ordinance to establish a Body Corporate to be known as the Saint Vincent National Trust
        B-129
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    Ordinance No. 33 of 1969: An Ordinance to amend the Pensions Ordinance, 1948
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    Ordinance No. 34 of 1969: An Ordinance to amend the Customs Duties Ordinance
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    Ordinance No. 35 of 1969: An Ordinance to provide for the incorporation of certain persons as Trustees of the Brothers of the Christian Schools in St. Vincent
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    Ordinance No. 36 of 1969: An Ordinance for the incorporation of certain persons as Trustees of St. Joseph's Convent in Saint Vincent
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    Ordinance No. 37 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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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


utnblislre bh Autboritv.


VOL. 102.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 NOVEMBER, 1969. [No. 71.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

No. 365.
RESUMPTION OF DUTY

Mr. T. M. VELOX as Permanent Secre-
:ary, Education & Health on the 23rd
October, 1969.

11th November, 1969.

No. 366.
TERMINATION OF ACTING
APPOINTMENT

Consequent upon the resumption of
duty by Mr. T. M. VELOX, the appoint-
ment of Mrs. S. E. MORRIS to act as
Permanent Secretary, Education &
Health, terir'nated with effect from
the 23rd October, 1969.

11th November, 1969.


No. 367.
TRAINING IN MEAT-CUTTING

Applications are invited from inter-
ested persons for practical training in
meat-cutting in Canada. Preference
will be given to applicants with some
experiencee in the art, and posessing a
sound basic education.
Applications must be submitted, on


Form T1, by Monday November 17th,
1969. Forms may be obtained from
the Training Officer, Government
Buildings, King.town.

11th November, 1969.


No. 360.
VACANT POSTS.


POST OF WATCHMAN/GUARD,
BOTANIC GARDENS

Applications are invited for the post
of Watchman/Guard, Botanic Gardens.
Salary will be in the grade MS 1-2,
$900 x $36-$1,080 x $60-$1,380.
Duties. These will include enforcing
the Rules and Regulations concerning
the Gardens.
In addition to the above the success-
ful applicant will be expected to ensure
that visit s to the Gardens are not
unduly molested.
Applications which should be accom-
panied by two testimonials' should' be
addressed to the Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Agriculture, Trade arid
Tourism and should reach him not later
than Tuesday 18th November, 1969.

4th November, 1969.




SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 NOVEMBER, 1969.-(No. 71).


No. 362.


POST OF MANAGER, ST. VINCENT CENTRAL
WATER AUTHORITY.

Applications are invited for the post
of Manager/Secretary of the St. Vincent
Central Water Authority, pursuant to
the provisions of Ordinance No. 10 of
1969.
The post carries a salary in the scale
$6,480 x 240-$7,440 per annum.
Anplieants should possess a good
Civil Servier background with man-
agerial experience. A management qual-
ification would be an advantage.
Applicants must have a working
knowledge and some experience in
Water Works Engineering and construe-
tion of Water Works structures.
The successful applicant will be re-
sponsible to the Authority for carrying
out their general policy and for the gen-
eral supervision of the activities of the
Authority and shall be the Secretary to
the Board of Commissioners.
lie will be required to organise on be-
half of the Authority and be responsible
to the Authority for the following:
I. Accounting of funds and Budget
estimating.
2. Water Rates calculations, billing,
and collection of Rates.
3. Record keeping of personnel,
equipment, supplies, Inventories
etc.
He will be required to liaise with the
Authority's Consultants and/or Engin-
eers and keep them informed as to the
Authority's decisions, policies and re-
qu irements.
He will be responsible to the Chairman
of the Board of Commissioners for the
discipline, work, and welfare of staff.
He will be required to run and main-
tain a vehicle and will be paid at the
current Civil Service rate obtaining. He
will also be entitled to subsistence allow-
ance and other allowances paid to Civil
Servants in St. Vincent when and where
appropriate.
lHe will be subject to all Civil Service
Regulations.
Applications for the above mentioned
post should be addressed to the Chair-
man, St. Vincent Water Authority c/o
the Ministry for Education & Health,
Iingstown, St. Vincent and should
reach him not later than 15th November,
1969.
C. St. C. DACON,
Chairman, St. Vincent Central
Water Authority.
23rd October, 1969.


COMMONWEALTH
SCHOLARSHIPS-
CEYLON AWARDS 1970


Applications are invited from suitably
qualified Vincentians for the award of
scholarships to Universities and Colleges
in Ceylon. Under the Commonwealth
Scholarship and Fellowship Plan, the
Government of Ceylon offers annually
three post-graduate and three under-
graduate scholarships.
Awards are normally for 2 years, to
persons between 17 and 35 years; in cer-
tain circumstances, both the tenure of
the award and the upper age limit may
be extended.
Applicants for post-graduate study
should possess a first or second class hon-
ours degree or a pass in the M.A. quali-
fying examination of a recognized uni-
versity.
To prospective undergraduates, who
should have at least 3 good Advanced
Level (G.C.E.) passes, the following
:ourses are available:
Veterinary Science at the University
of Ceylon
Archaeology at Vidyodaya University
Diploma in Technology (5 years)
and
Technicians' Course (3 years) at the
Ceylon College of Technology
Applications-on Form Tl-should
reach the Training Officer by Saturday
November 22nd, 1969. Successful appli-
cants must sign an undertaking to re-
turn to St. Vincent at the conclusion of
their studies.

MARY E. MORGAN,
Training Oficer.
25th October, 1969.



No. 368.
LEGISLATION


The following Document is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & O. No. 49.-The Public Ser-
vice Commission (Amendment)
Regulations, 1969.


11th November, 1969.





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 NOVEMBER, 1969.-(No. 71). 393


No. 'D9.
The undo, mentioned Ordinances
which have been a sented to by His
IIonour the Admninistrator, are pub-
lished with thi; issue of the Gazette:-
No. 28 of 1939.-An Ordinance fnr-
theb' to amend the Motor Vehicles
;nrl Road Traffic Ordinance, 1940.
No. 29 of 1969.-An Ordinance to
nrovlde for the remuneration of
the Chairman and Members of the
Public Service Commission.
(See. M.P. 3).
No. 30 of 1939.-An Ordinance to
amend the Maurice Sharpe Pen-
'ion Ordinance, 1969.
No. 31 of 1969.-An Ordinance re-
lating to certain offences with
regard to passports.
No. 32 of 1969.-An Ordinance to
establish a Body Corporate to be
known as the Saint Vincent
National Trust.
(T.P. 953).
No. 33 of 1969.-An Ordinance to
amend the Pensions Ordinance,
1948.
No. 34 of 1969.-An Ordinance to
amend the Customs Duties Ordin-
ance.
No. 35 of 1969.-An Ordinance to
provide for the Incorporation of
certain persons as Trustees of the
Brothers of the Christian Schools
in St. Vincent.
No. 36 of 1969.-An Ordinance for
the incorporation of certain per-
sons as Trustees of St. Joseph's
Convent, in Saint Vincent.
No. 37 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-n'.ne.

11th November, 1969.


No. 370.
The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for Commonwealth Affairs
has notified that Her Majesty the
QUEEN will not be advised to exer-
cise her powers of disallowance in
respect of the following Ordinances of
this Government:-
No. 15 of 1968.-An Ordinance to
consolidate certain amendments to
the Customs Duties Ordinance,
Cap. 184 and to repeal and replace
the Schedule of Duties and all


other Schedules to the said Ordin-
ance.
No. 16 of 1963.-An Ordinance to
amnend the Customs Duties Ordin-
ance to make provision for matters
arising out of the Caribbean Free
Trade Association Agreement.
No. 30 of 1968.-An Oidinance to
aitthorise the payment of a gra-
tuity to Everard G. Horne, Civil
Servant, formerly policeman in the
service of the Government of Saint
Vincent.
(P.F. 416).
No. 31 of 1968.-An Ordinance to
authorise the payment of a gra-
tuity and pension to George Calvin
Hamilton Thomas, Civil Servant,
formerly a Teacher in the Service
of the Government of Saint Vin-
cent.
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 Instruc-
tor in the Service of the Govern-
ment of Saint Vincent.
No. 5 of 1969.-An Ordinance to
authorise the payment of a gra-
tuity and pension to John Christo-
pher Dublin, formerly an Agricul-
tural Instructor in the service of
the Government of Saint Vincent.
No. 13 of 1969.-An Ordinance to
amend the Agricultural and Co-
operative Bank of Saint Vincent
Ordinance, 1966.
(T.P. 756).
No. 14 of 1969.- An Ordinance to
impose an Excise Equalisation
Duty on goods and commodities
imported free of Customs Duty
into Saint Vincent from other
territories of the East Caribbean
Common Market for consumption
in Saint Vincent and for matters
related thereto.
No. 15 of 1969.-An Ordinance to
provide for expenditure during the
financial year ending on the thirty-
first day of December, one thous-
and nine hundred and sixty-nine,
upon certain services in excels of
the Appropriation Law relating to
the year one thousand, nine hun-
dred and sixty-nine.
llth November. 1969.

No. 371.
COURSE IN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL

Mr. Felix DaSilva, Meteorological
Assistant at Amos Vale Airport, left
St. Vincent Sunday November 9th for
Trinidad, where he will pursue a course
in Air Traffic Control.





394 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 NOVEMBER, 1969.-(No. 71).


Mr. DaSilva has been awarded a
Fellowship by the International Civil
Aviation Organization, through the
United Nations Development Pro-
gramme. With other students, he will
have the privilege of using the new
t gaining equipment recently in-talled
nt the Air Trafic Control School, Trini-
dad.
The Course, which begins on Tuesday
November 11th, is of nine months'
duI'ation.
llth November, 196!)'.

No. 372.
ERRATUM

With reference to S. R. & 0. No. 48
of 1969 published with the Gazette of
4th November, 1969, Clause 53 para-
grauh (3) line four, the figures "$4,000"
should read "$3,336" to be correct.
11th November, 1969.

No. 373.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Belance Sheet of the St. Vincent
Co-operative Bank Limited as at 31st
January, 1969 is published with this
issue of the Gazette.
11th November, 1969.

By Command,

C. IVOR MARTIN,
Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Office.
PREMIER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT.
llh November, 1969.

DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

SAINT VINCENT.
BY AUTHORITY OF THE
REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ORDINANCE
CTT \PTER 156 OF THE REVISED
LAWS OF ST. VINCENT, 1926.

ADVERTISEMENT OF APPLICATION
FOR REGISTRATION OF U.K. PATENT
936,074

In accordance with the requirement of
Section 3 of the Registration of the
United Kingdom Patents Ordinance
Notice is hereby given that an applica-
tion was made on 1st day of September,
1969 by Merck & Co., Inc., of Rahway,
New Jersey, United States of America,
through Edward Alexander Clavier


Hughes, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Kings-
town, St. Vincent, for the registration
of a Patent in respect of an invention
entitled "a-Amino Acid Derivatives re-
lated to L-Phenylalanine"
Any person may, at any time within
TWO MONTHS from date of such ad-
vertisement give notice to the Registrar,
of opposition to the issue of a certificate
of registration upon any of the grounds
prescribed by section 27 of the Patents
Ordinance (Cap. 155) for opposition to
the grant of Letter Patent.
The relevant sub-section of section 27
of the Patents Ordinance referred to
above reads thus:
"27 (1) Any person may, at any time
within two months from the date of the
advertisement of the acceptance of a
complete specification, give notice at
the Registry of Patents of opposition to
the grant of the Patent, on the ground
of the applicant having obtained the in-
vention from him, or from a person of
whom he is the legal representative, or
on the ground that the invention has
been patented in the Colony, on an ap-
plication of prior date, but on no other
ground"'
A. E. CATO,
Deputy Registrar of Patents.
The Patent Office,
c/o the Registtry,
Court House,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
29th October, 1969.


TREASURY NOTICE.

SAINT VINCENT.
BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE
LAND AND HOUSE TAX
ORDINANCE.

It is notified for general information
that Land and House Tax in respect of
the current year will be received at the
Tax Office (P.W.D. Compound), Kings-
town, and at the District Revenue Offices
at Georgetown, Barrouallie, Bequia and
Union Island during the period 1st No-
vember to 31st December, 1969, and at
Sandy Bay, Colonarie, Biabou, Mesopo-
tamia. Layou and Chateaubelair on the
dates listed hereunder:-
Sandy Bay:
Friday 28th November.
Colonarie:
Every Thursday during the months
November to December, except 25th
December.





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 NOVEMBER, 1969.-(No.'71). ,65


Mesopotamia:
On Friday 7th 21st, 28th November
and 5th, 12th 19th December.
$Babou:
On Tuesday 2nd, 11th 14th December.
Layou:
First and last Monday in November
and Tues'ty 9th, 16th and Monday
22nd December.
Chateaubelair:
Friday 7th, 14th 21st, 28th November
and 5th, 12th, 19th and Tuesday
23rd December.
It is also notified that the Bailiffs will
be in attendance at most of the Out-dis-
tricts on the above dates and defaulters
for previous years are asked to take steps
to have their arrears settled.

A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant General.

Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.


POLICE NOTICES.

THE GAMBLING, LOTTERIES AND
BETTING ORDINANCE 1968

It is promulgated for the information
of the general public that applications
for the grant of Betting Licence or a
Permit to carry on such business as is
mentioned in paras. (a) and (b) of
Sub-section 1 of Section 30 of The Gam-
bling, Lotteries and Betting Ordinance
1968 or a Permit to operate a Pinball
Machine under Section 15 of the said
Ordinance or Pinball Machine Licence
will be considered on 15th December,
1969 at Police Headquarters at 4.30 pm.
Applications addressed to the Chair-
man must reach the Authority not later
than Monday, 24th November, 1969.
Any person who desires to object to
the grant by the Authority of any
particular Permit or Licence should
send to the Authority before the 24th
November, 1969 two copies of a brief
statement in writing of the grounds of
his objection.

THE GAMBLING, LOTTERIES AND
BETTING ORDINANCE 1968

Persons desirous of making applica-
tion to carry on the following:
(a) business of receiving or nego-
t;ating bets or conducting bet-
ting 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 requested to note that it js neces-
sary to obtain-
(a) a permit, and
(b) a licence
Application should be made qn Form
1, and it will be necessary for the appli-
cant to state in the application the fol-
lowing information:
(a) date of birti,
(b) office and usual place of resi-
dence,
(c) place of residence during the
past 5 years,
(d) that during the 12 months pre-
ceeding the date of the appli-
cation, he ha- not been refused
the gi ant or renewal of such a
permit, 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 premise, and the
means of aces' thereto.
In addition, the applicant should
comply with the following:
(a) send copy of application to.
appropriate police officer,
(b) publish in the newspaper cir-
culating in Saint Vincent, a
notice of the making of the
application, not later than
twenty-eight days before the
hearing of any such applica-
tion,
send copy of newspaper con-
taining publication to the
Authority 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 publication of ad-
vertisment.
Forms of application may be obtained
at the Inland Revenue Office or Police
Ieadquarterr.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chairman, Gaming Authority.





396 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 NOVEMBER, 1969.-(No. 71).


WEIGHTS AND MEASURES

It is hereby notified for general information that inspection of Weights
,and Measures for the year 1969 will commence on Monday, November 17, 1969.
Persons concerned are hereby requested to present their Weights and
Measures at Stations in their districts on the dates hereunder:
CHATEAUBELAIR Monday Nov. 17 to Tuesday, Nov. 18, 1969
SPRING VILLAGE Wednesday Nov. 19 to Thursday, Nov. 20, 1969
BAIRROUALLIE Friday Nov. 21 to Saturday, Nov. 22, 1969
LAYOU Monday Nov. 24 to Tuesday, Nov. 25, 1969
UQUESTELLES Wednesday Nov. 26 to Thursday, Nov. 27, 1969
KINGTOWN Monday Nov. 17 to Tuesday, Dec. 2, 1969
CAIAIAQUA Friday Nov. 28 to Saturday, Nov. 29, 1969
SANDY BAY Monday Dec. 1 to Tuesday, Dec. 2, 1969
GEORGETOWN Wednesday Dec. 3 to Saturday, Dec. 6, 1969
COLONARIE Monday Dec. 8 to Tuesday, Dec. 9, 1969
BIABOU Wednesday Dec. 10 to Thursday, Dec. 11, 1969
ME.SOPO'TAMIA Friday Dec. 12 to Saturday, Dec. 13, 1969
SHTlBBS Monday Dec. 15 to Tuesday, Dec. 16, 1969
PORT ELIZABETH Wednesday Dec. 3 to Thursday, Dec. 4, 199S
PAGEIT FARM Friday Dec. 5 to Saturday, Dec. 6, 1969
CANOUAN Monday Dec. 8 to Tuesday, Dec. 9, 19I9)
UNION ISLAND Thursday Dec. 11 to Saturday, Dec. 12, 1969
MAYREAU Tuesday Dec. 16 to Wednesday, Dec. 17, 1969
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
November 5, 196!).

POST OFFICE NOTICE

POST EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS 1969

Taking into consideration the normal length of time of Transit, irregular-
ity of Steamship sailings to some destinations (in the case of surface Packages)
Customs inspection and other formalities that packages containing merchan.
dise may be subject to in countries of destination. Surface and Air Packages
should be mailed by the following dates to reach the Addrersees before Christ-
mas:-


By Surface Mail
stination
nation Letters & Parcels
Prints


By Air Mail


Letters


GREAT BRITAIN

EUROPE

UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA

CANADA

GUYANA

GRENADA

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

JAMAICA

WEST INDIES (OTHER)

INLAND (INCLUDING

THE GRENADINES)


...... 2nd December I2nd December


......25th November


......22nd November


.... 20th November

5th December

..... 5th December

... 5th December

-30th November

.....3th December



..... 19th December


18th December


25th November 11th December


22nd November 16th December


20th November

5th December

5th December

5th December

30th November

13th December



19th December


16th December

18th December

18th December

18th December

18th December

18th December


De!


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 NOVEMBER, 1969.-(No. 71). 397


Supplementary despatches will be made if suitable opportunities offer.

E. R. HANNAWAY,
Postmaster.


General Post Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
1st November, 1969.


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY



ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT 30TH SEPTEMBER, 1969


Liabilities


Assets


DEMAND LIABILITIES:


EXTERNAL ASSETS:


EC $ EC $


NOTES IN CIRCULATION ....41,616,088


BANKERS' DEPOSITS


BANKERS' BALANCES


- 8,382,710


39,539


CURRENT ACCOUNTS
AND MONEY AT
CALL IN LONDON ......13,467,361

UNITED KINGDOM
TREASURY BILLs .-19,248,000

OTHER UNITED
KINGDOM GOVERN-
MENT SECURITIES ...18,949,018


INTERNATIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS


S500,327 50,538,664


FOREIGN NOTES AND
COIN IN PROCESS OF
REDEMPTION
COMMERCIAL BANKS'
BALANCES*


213,610

-- 479 51,878,468


4,762,454 BRITISH CARIBBEAN
CURRENCY BOARD
NOTES
1,762,295 GOVERNMENT LOCAL
DEBENTURES


LOCAL TREASURY
BILLS

OTHER ASSETS


EC$57,063.413


2,000

2,607,050


1,723,931


851,964

EC$57,063,413


[Proportion of external
assets to demand liabili-
ties 102.7%]

*Convertible into sterling
on demand


N. L. SMITH,
Actina Managing Director.


EC $


GENERAL RESERVE


OTHER LIABILITIES




398 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 NOVEMBER, 1969.-(No. 71).


COIN CONTINUATION BOARD.


BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD COIN IN CIRCULATION
AS AT 30TH SEPTEMBER, 1969


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


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

GUYANA
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO


"Proof Sets'


$ e. c.
- 418,275.00
1,372,739.50
173,075.00
301,875.00
50,250.00
184,400.00
203,950.00
- 165,000.00 2,869,564.50

448,667.00
904,946.00 1,353,613.00

4,223,177.50
1,870.00

$4,225,047.50


N. L. SMITH,
Acting Executive Commissioner
Coin Continuation Board.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,
1969, No. 49.

THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (AMENDMENT)
REGULATIONS, 1969.

(Gazetted 11th November. 1969).

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Public Service Short title.
Commission (Amendment) Regulations, 1969, and shall be read
as one with the Public Service Commission Regulations, 1969, S.R. & 0. 1969,
hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations. No. 48
2. The principal Regulations are hereby amended as fol- Amendment
loxws:- to principal
(a) by the deletion of the wsf',.ADlPSNDUM to the Regulations.
Public Service Co iss*in Regulations, 1969,"
appearing immediacy ,after 3egulatipn\61;
(b) by the revocation.;ot4tegulation 62 and its re-
placement with the followingj-
Transitional. 62. Notwithstaaning Rgiglation .61 where
an investigation is being 4adi or an
enquiry is pending iijespeetbf a charge
of alleged fudiscpline or .lhisCOnduct of
an officer before thle date)p which these
regulations come TnttWri'-e, such investi-
gation or enquiry shall continue and be
determined in accordance with the Pub-
lic Service Commission Regulations,
1968, read with the modifications and
adaptations made necessary by the com-
ing into force of the Constitution of
Saint Vincent set out in Schedule 2 to
the Saint Vincent Constitution Order,
1969.

Made by the Public Service Commission with the consent of the Premier
this 11th day of November, 1969.
D. S. COZIER,
Chairman.

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[L. S.] .



AN ORDINANCE furtlhet. ap egul the
Road Traffic Ordinance, b.


MVdtor
e


H. GEORGE,

Administrator.

23rd October, 1969.

Vehicles and


[ On Proclamation. ]


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 Motor Vehicles and Short title and
Road Traffic (Amendment) Ordinance, 1969, and shall be read Commencement.
as one with the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, No. 20 of 1940.
1940 (hereinafter referred to as the principal Ordinance) and No. 1 of 1944.
No. 15 of 1948.
all amendments thereto and shall oome into operation on a date No. 26 of 1954.
to be appointed by the Administrator by proclamation. No. 18 of 1960.
No. 4 of 1963.
2. Section 2 of the principal Ordinance is hereby amend- Amendment of
ed by- section 2 of
principal
(a) repealing the definition of "public service vehicle" Ordinance.
and replacing the same with the following:-







Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment).


Amendment of
section 11 of
principal
Ordinance.


Section 44 (1)
of principal
Ordinance
repealed and
replaced.


"public service vehicle" means a motor vehicle
other than a rented car which is used for
carrying passengers for hire or reward,
whether at separate and distinct fares for
their respective places or not; and
(b) inserting between the definition of "public service
vehicle" and that of "road" the following definition:-

"rented car" means a motor vehicle of a type ap-
proved by the Licensing Authority and
having seating accommodation for not more
than six persons excluding the driver which
is let on hire upon such terms that during the
hiring period the hirer (whether or not he
drives the vehicle himself) has full control of
the vehicle and the right to control the manner
in which it is driven.

3. Section 11 of the principal Ordinance is hereby amend-
ed by the addition immediately after subsection (4) of the
following new subsection to be numbered (5) :-

(5) If it appears to the Administrat6r in Council that for
the purpose of encouraging the tourist industry in Saint Vin-
cent it is not expedient to require compliance with the provi-
sions of this Ordinance relating to the granting of licences he
may by order direct that in any proceedings which may be
taken in respect of the use of a vehicle on any occasion in con-
travention of subsection (1) of this section it shall be a defence
to prove that the vehicle was on that occasion being used under
a written permit granted generally or specially for the pur-
poses of this section under the authority of the Minister
responsible for the subject of tourism.

4. Section 44 (1) of the principal Ordinance is hereby
repealed and replaced with the following:-
41. (1) It shall be lawful for the Licensing
Authority to grant a temporary driving permit for
any period not exceeding six months to any appli-
cant for the same, when it is shown to his satisfac-
tion that the applicant is a bona fide visitor to the
Colony. Such temporary driving permit may be
granted with or without any driving test on the
part of the applicant or without his being required


No. 28.


1969.






No. 28. Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment). 1969.


to supply photographs, but shall be subject to such Amendment of
conditions as may be stipulated on the permit. section 78 of
principal
Ordinance.
5. Section 78 of the principal Ordinance is hereby
amended by-
(a) re-numbering the section as section 78 (1);
(b) re-lettering paragraph (p) of the subsection as para-
graph (q);
(c) inserting the following new paragraph as paragraph
(p) immediately before paragraph (q) as re-numbered
herein:-

"(p) (i) The removal from roads, and safe
custody, of vehicles which have broken
down, or which have been permitted to
remain at rest on a road in such a
position or in such condition or in such
circumstances as to be likely to cause
danger to other persons using the road.
or to appear to have been abandoned,
and of the loads carried thereby. In this
paragraph the word "vehicle" shall in-
clude any part of a vehicle.
(ii) expenses payable out of any public
fund reasonably incurred in the exe-
cution of duties imposed by regulations
made under sub-paragraph (i) of this
paragraph shall be recoverable sum-
marily by or on behalf of the Chief of
Police as a civil debt from the owner of
the vehicle, and sums so recovered shall
be paid into the Treasury;" and
(d) adding the following subsection as subsection (2)
immediately afier subsection (1)
(2) The regulations mentioned in paragraph
(p) of subsection (1) of this section may contain
provisions for authorising the Chief of Police to
sell or otherwise dispose of vehicles which appear
to him to have been abandoned and to apply the
proceeds of sale towards satisfying the costs of
disposal and any charges which he or any person
may have incurred on account thereof:







No. 28. Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment). 1969.


Provided, however, that the power of disposal
shall not be exercisable unless such period has
elapsed (not being less than six weeks) and such
steps have been taken as will afford an adequate
opportunity for enabling the vehicle to be claimed.



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No. s29e

I Asset,


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H. GEORGE,

Administrator.
23rd October, 1969.


AN ORDINANCE to provide for4-thlere.uimne'ration of the Chair-
man and Members of the Public Service Commission.

S325th October, 1969. I

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 hb the authority of the same as follows:

1. This Ordinuance may be cited as the Public Service Coin- Short title.
mission (Remuneration) Ordinance, 1969.


2. In this Ordinance, unless modified by the context--
"Chairman" and "Member" shall have the anings as-
signed to them in the Regulations;
"Regulations" means the Public Service Commission Regu-
lations, 1968. made pursuant to Section 54 of the Saint
Vintcent (Constitution) order r in Council, 1959.

3. The Chairman shall be paid 'or his services the sum of
$40 per month plus $15 for each meeting he attends in the course
of his duties as such. Each Member shall le paid for his services
the sum of $15 in respect of each meeting he attends in the course
of his duties s as such.

/


Interpretation.


Remll uicrallion
of members of
the Commission.


[L.S. ]





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No. 29. Public Service Commission (Remuneration). 1969.


Payments to be 4. Payments provided by this Ordinance shall be made re-
retrospective. trospectively from the date of coming into effect of the Regula-
tions.

Repeal. 5. The Public Service Commission Ordinance, 1956, is here-
No. 2 of 1956. by repealed.



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O. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.
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: No. 30 of 1969.

I Assent,


H. GEORGE,

Administrator.


[ L. S. ]


25th October, 1969.

AN ORDINANCE to amend the Maurice Sharpe Pension
Ordinance, 1969.
[25th October, 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 (Amendment) Ordinance, 1969, and shall be read as
one with the Maurice Sharpe Pension Ordinance, 1969, (herein-
after referred to as the principal Ordinance) and all other
amendments thereto.


2. Section 2 of the principal Ordinance is repealed and
replaced with the following:-
Declaration 2. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary con-
pensionable tained in the Teachers Pensions Ordinance, 1960, it
as to
status of is hereby declared that-
Maurice (a) Maurice Sharpe shall be deemed to have been
Sharpe. a teacher within the meaning, of the said


No. 1 of
1960.


Repeal and
replacement of
Section 2 of
principal
Ordinance.


Teachers Pensions Ordinance, 1960, and to
have held office as such with effect from the
1st day of January, 1949;






No. 30. Maurice Sharpe Pension (Amendment). 1969.


(b) the whole of the period commencing on the
1st day of January, 1949, and ending on the
3rd day of March, 1968, shall in relation to
the said Maurice Sharpe be deemed to be pen-
sionable service within the meaning of the
No 1 of Teachers Pension Ordinance, 1960, and the
1960. whole of this period shall count for the purpose
of pension under the said Ordinance.

Commencement. 3. This Ordinance shall be deemed to have come into oper-
ation on the 11th day of February, 1969.



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:SAINT VINCENT.

No. 31 of 1969.

/ I Assent,

H. GEORGE,

[L. S. ] Administrator.

25th October, 1969.

AN ORDINANCE relating to certain offences with regard to
passports.
[ 25th October, 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 shall be cited as the Passport (Offences) Short title.
Ordinance. 1969.

2. The Indictable Offences Ordinance, Cap. 24, is hereby Amendment
amended by the insertion of the following new section after to ap. 24.
section 222.
Forgery 222A. The forgery of any passport or the making
of and by any person of a statement which is to his know-
false state-
ments for ledge untrue for the purpose of procuring- a pass-
vrocuring port, whether for himself or any other person, shall
passport. oe a misdemeanor punishable with imprisonment not
exceeding two years or a fine not exceeding five hun-
dred dollars or both such imprisonment and fine.





128

Passport (Offences).


No. 31.


1969.


3. The Schedule to the Summary Conviction Offences Amendment
(Procedure) Ordinance, Cap. 13, is amended by the insertion to Schedule.
Cap. 13.
in paragraph (a) thereof of the figures, letter and sign "222A," No. of 1955.
between the figures and sign "184," and the figures "245."



Passed the Legislative Council this 16th day of October, 1969.


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No. 32 of 1969.

I Assent,


H. GEORGE,

Administrator.


[ L.S.]


25th October, 1969.

AN ORDINANCE to establish a Body Corporate to be known
as the Saint Vincent National Trust, 1969.
[ 25th October, 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 Saint Vincent Short title.
National Trust Ordinance, 19(9.


2. In this Ordinance unless the context otherwise requires-
"Board" means the Board of Trustees established under
the Ordinance;
"Minister" means the Minister charged with responsibility
for Museums and Antiques;
"Trust" means the Saint Vincent National Trust estab-
lishod by this Ordinance;
"Trust Property'" ,property of any kind owned
by the Trust.


Interpretation.




130

No. 32. Saint Vincent National Trust. 1969.

Establishment 3. There is hereby established a body corporate called the
of body Saint Vincent National Trust which by that name may sue and
corporate be sued in all Courts of justice in Saint Vincent and shall have
and use a common seal with power from time to time to change
such seal.

Objects 4. The objects of the Trust shall be-
of Trust.
(a) To conserve; acquire and hold land, buildings and other
property;
(b) To locate, restore, and conserve areas of beauty includ-
ing marine zones within the territorial waters of Saint
Vincent and to protect and conserve the natural life
existing therein;
(c) To locate, restore and conserve buildings and objects
of archaeological architectural, artistic, historic, scien-
tific or traditional interest;
(d) To list the flora and fauna in areas of natural beauty
for the purpose of such conservation;
(e) To make and keep inventories of buildings and property
held by the Trust;
(f) To make and keep photographic records of Saint Vin-
cent;
(g) To educate the public in the historical assets and
natural amenities of Saint Vincent;
(h) To co-operate with persons and associations having
similar objects;
(i) To collect and allocate funds in the execution of the
above objects;
(j) With the consent of the Legislative Council to sell or
exchange any land or other property or interest therein
subject to the exception in the proviso in section 5
hereof; and
(k) To administer the Trust Property for the furtherance
and achievement of the above objects.

Powers of 5. The Trust shall have the powers herein set forth and
the Trust. such other powers as are appropriate to its objects-
(a) to acquire by purchase, exchange, devise, or otherwise,
all messuages, land tenements and hereditaments of
any tenure and also all moneys, securities for money,
goods or chattels, whatsoever and may hold and enjoy
the same;




131

No. 32. Saint Vincent Nawonal Trust. 1969.

(b) to accept surrenders and reconveyances and to enter
into and perform contracts;
(c) to sell, demise, convey, exchange or otherwise dispose
of any land or interest in land from time to time
vested in it. Provided that the Trust shall not sell, de-
mise, convey, mortgage, exchange or otherwise dis-
pose of any land or interest in land without the
approval of the Legislative Council, save and except
that the trust may with the consent of the Administra-
tor grant leases of or licences over land for agricultural
or other purposes not inconsistent with the objects of
the Trust.

6. All documents requiring the seal of the trust, shall be Use of seal.
sealed with its common seal in the presence of the Chairman or
the Vice-Chairman, the Honorary Secretary or the Honorary
Treasurer and of one other member of the Board of Trustees
for the time being, the three of whom shall sign such document
and such signing shall be prima facie evidence that the said
seal was duly affixed and that the same is the lawful seal of the
Trust.

7. (1) The Trust shall be managed by a Board of Trustees Board of
which shall consist of not less than eight members, and shall in- Trustees.
elude a Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Honorary Secretary and
Honorary Treasurer. In the deliberations of the Board, the
Chairman or member of the Board acting as such, shall have
a casting vote, as well as an original vote. The Minister shall be
ex officio a member of the Board. The first Board shall be ap-
pointed by the Administrator in Council and shall hold office
for two years.
(2) Members of the Board shall on the termination of
the life of the first Board, hold office for three years save in the
case of the Minister whose appointment is ex officio. -Membership
of the Board may nevertheless be sooner determined by-
(a) resignation
(b) incapacity
(c) death
(d) absence from three consecutive meetings of the
Board without reasonable explanation to the satis-
faction of the Board.
(3) The first Board shall make rules providing for mem-
bership of the Board after the end if its term of office.







No. 32. Saint Vincent National Trust. 1969.

(4) The Board may from time to time make rules for
regulating its procedure and for all other matters requisite to
the sound management of the Trust.

Men1bership 8. Every member of the Board shall be ex officio a member
of Trust. of the Trust and the Board may from time to time, make, revoke
and amend Rules of Associalion providing for the enrolment of
members of the Trust, classes of members thereof, the holding
and conduct of General Meetings and rates of subscription.

Publication 9. All Rules which the Board is required oi empowered
of Rules. to make shall be published in the official Gazette and shall be-
come effective from the date of such publication.

Powers of 10. The powers of the Trust shall be exercised by the
management Board in the name of the Trust and the power in relation to
with regard to
collection and paragraph (i) of the objects set forth in section 4, of this Ordin-
allocation of ance shall include the power-
funds. (a) to raise money by borrowing in any. way save that
without the prior consent of the Legislative Council
the Trust shall not raise money on any interest in land;
(b) to retain the services of professional and technical
advisers and pay the fees of such advisers;
(c) to employ upon a temporary or permanent basis pro-
fessional, technical, clerical and other officers and ser-
vants and to make provisions for pensions and other
incentives;
(d) to make charges to the public for viewing or making
use of Trust Property;
(e) to improve the amenities of Trust Property by means
of construction, horticulture, agriculture, landscaping;
(f) notwithstanding paragraph (a) of the objects in section
4 of this Ordinance, to sell or write-off items of plant
or equiplmelt not exceeding $500 in value in respect
ol' any one item ;
(g) to sell to the public agricultural and horticultural pro-
duce and also matured liiimber; and
(h) lo imaiitain ri oar and agisl domesticated animals on any
of the Trust Property aind sell the same or market
the produce thereof.


11. It shall bb the duty of the Board to keep full and


Audit etc.







Saint Vincent National Trust.


proper accounts of all monies received and expended on behalf
of the Trust and to submit such accounts annually to the Senior
Auditor on such dates as he may direct.

12. No member of the Trust shall be liable to any creditor Liability
of the Trust for any sum over and above such subscription as of Members.
he may have undertaken to pay and which still remains unpaid.


13. The Trust shall be exempt from ad valorem and other
stamp duty and other Government fees whatsoever in respect
of any instrument conveying or transferring any land or any
interest in land to the Trust.

14. The Trust shall be exempt from paying rates and taxes
in respect of any land held or administered by or on behalf of
the Trust.

15. For the purposes of section 35 of the Income Tax
Ordinance, 1967, the Saint Vincent National Trust be deemed
to be a trust established within Saint Vincent exclusively
for charitable educational or scientific purposes and a deduction
of any amount paid as a gift to the Trust shall be made in ascer-
taining the chargeable income of any person who has made such
a gift during the year preceding the year of assessment whether
or not such payment was made under a covenant and whether
or not it forms part of a series of payments to be made to the
Trust over a number of years.

16. Sub-section (4) of section 11 of the Estate Duty and
Succession Duties Ordinance, 1939, is hereby amended by the
insertion of the following new paragraph:-
(c) for the purposes of the Saint Vincent National Trust.

17. The Administrator may make, revoke or amend Regu-
lations for protecting and controlling Trust Property and for the
prevention of trespass thereupon and injury thereto by fire,
and otherwise as well as for the prevention and abatement of
nuisances thereon, and may prescribe penalties by way of fine
and imprisonment of persons found to be in breach of such
Regulations, provided that such penalties shall not exceed a fine
of five hundred dollars or three months imprisonment or both
such fine and imprisonment in respect of any offence punishable
on summary conviction.


Exemption
from Stamp
Duty etc.


Exemption from
rates etc.


Exemption from
Income Tax.









Exemption from
estate duty.



Administrator
may make
Regulations
and prescribe
penalties.


No. 32.


1969.





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Saint Vincent National Trust.


No, 32.


1969.


Passed the Legislative Council this 161h day of October, 1969.

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SAINT VINCENT. /

No. 33 of 1969.

I Assent,

H. GEORGE,

[ L. S. ] Administrator.

25th October, 1969.

AN ORDINANCE to amend the Pensions Ordinance, 1948.

[ 25th October, 1969.

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

1. This Ordinance shall be cited as the Pensions (Amend- Short title.
ment) Ordinance, 1969, and shall be read as one with the Pen-
sions Ordinance, 1948, (hereinafter referred to as the principal No. 16 of 1948.
Ordinance- and all amendments thereto.
Amendment to
2. The principal Ordinance is hereby amended by the principal
addition of the following new section Ordinance.

Pension, 18B. Where any officer has in accordance with
gratuity or section 18 of this Ordinance given notice of his desire
other
allowance that the provisions of the Ordinances and Regulations
to officer referred to in section 20 of this Ordinance shall apply
who has to him; and his service is terminated on the ground
opted under that, having regard to the conditions of the public
section 18.







No. 33. Pensions (Amendment). 1969.



service, the usefulness of the officer thereto and all
the other circumstances of the case, such termination
is desirable in the public interest and a pension, gra-
tuily or other allowance cannot otherwise be granted
to him under the provisions of the Ordinances re-
ferred to in section 20 of the Ordinance; the Admin-
istrator may, if he thinks fit, grant such pension,
gratuity or other allowance as he thinks just and
proper not exceeding that for which the officer would
be eligible if he retired from the public service in
the circumstances described in paragraph 5 of section
6 hereof.
Date of coming 3. This Ordinance shall be deemed to have come into oper-
into operation. action on the 30th day of June, 1969.



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No. 34 of 1969.

I Assent,


H. GEORGE,


Administrator.

25th October, 1969.


AN ORDINANCE to amend


Customs Duties Ordinance.


S25th. October, 1969. I

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

1. This Ordinance may le cited as the Customs Duties
(Amendment No. 2) Ordinance, 1969, and shall be read as one
with the Customs Duties Ordinane (hereinafter referred to as
the principal Ordinance) and all amendments thereto.


2. The principal ordinancee is amended by-


(a) deleting the definilion
section 2A thereof


Association Territorie.
substituting therefor-


Shorl tille.
Cap. 184.
No. 2 of 1957.
No. 15 of 1968.
No. 16 of 1968.
No. 6 of 1969.

Principal
Ordinance
n mended.


Association 'erIritories means the Territorie.
specified in the Fifth Schedule to this Ordin-
ance, which Firlth Schedule the Administrator


[ L. S. ]


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No. 34. Customs Duties (Amendment No. 2). 1969.


in Council may, by Order published in the
Gazette, amend from time to time by adding
to or deleting therefrom any country or terri-
tory.
(b) inserting after section 2 I. thereof the following
section :-

Adminis- 2J. The Administrator in Council may, by Order
tratorin published in the Gazette, amend from time to time
Council
may amend by adding to or deleting from the Fifth Schedule
Fifth to this Ordinance any country or territory.
Schedule.
(c) repealing the Schedule expressed or appearing to
be a Schedule to the Customs Duties (Amendment
No. 2) Ordinance, 1968, and expressing it as the
Fifth Schedule to the principal Ordinance as fol-
lows :-

FIFTH SCHEDULE
(Section 2J.)



MEMBER TERRITORIES OF CARIBBEAN FREE TRADE
ASSOCIATION.



Antigua Guyana St. Lucia
Barbados Jamaica St. Vincent
Dominica Montserrat Trinidad and
Grenada St. Christo- Tobago.
pher-Nevis-
Anguilla

(d) inserLing after section 2J thereof the following sec-
tion:-

Association 2K. The Rates of Duty applicable to certain
Area Rate items of Association Area origin are contained in
of Duty. the Sixth Schedule to this Ordinance.







Customs Duties (Amendment No. 2).


SIXTH SCHEDULE.

ASSOCIATION AREA RATE OF DUTY.


Item No.

112-03.1
112-03.2
112-04.3

112-04.4

112-04.5

112-04.6

112-04.15

112-04.16


Class or Description of Goods

Ale
Stout
Whisky bottles and not overproof

Other Whisky

Gin bottles and not overproof

Other Gin

Vodka in bottles and not overproof.....

Other Vodka


(Section 2K.)


Association
Unit for Rate of
Duty Duty

gallon 720
gallon 720
liquid $5.60
gallon
proof $5.60
gallon
liquid $4.80
gallon
proof $4.80
gallon
liquid $4.80
gallon
proof $4.80
gallon


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SAINT VINCENT.

No. 35 of 1969.

I Assent,
H. GEORGE,

Administrator.
25th October, 1969.

AN ORDINANCE to provide for the Incorporation of certain
persons as Trustees of the Brothers of the Christian Schools
in St. Vincent.
[ 25th October, 1969. ]
Whereas St. Martin's Secondary School for boys PreambL.
in the city of Kingstown, in St. Vincent, the West
Indies, is presently administered and directed by cer-
tain members of the Congregation of the Brothers of
the Christian Schools (hereinafter called the Christian
Brothers-) attached to the Canadian Provincialate of
the said Congregation:
And whereas the affairs of the Christian Brothers
in St. Vincent and those of St. Martin's School in
Kingstown, St. Vincent are adiiiinistered and governed
by tile local superior of the said Christian Brothers
and the Headmaster and tle Assistant Headmaster of
St. Martin's School and by a Bursar;
And whereas at a special meeting of the said
Christian Brothers held in Kingstown, St. Vincent on
the fifth day of Januar. 1969. and attended by all
members of the said C(hr tiin Brothers in St. Vincent,
and presided over by Broltior Robert Brick, the local
Superior,-the said Brother Robert Brick, Superior,
Brother William Sloan, Headmaster, Brother Isidore
Wasylenehuk, Assistant Headmaster and Brother







Brothers of the Christian Sohooa Incorporation.


Gerard Bellemare, Bursar, were appointed to be the
Trustees of the said Christian Brothers and of St.
Martin's Secondary School and to hold all the prop-
erty, both real and personal, for the uses and purposes
of the said Christian Brothers,

And whereas it is expedient that the said Trustees
should be incorporated and should have power to
acquire, hold and deal with land and other property
in St. Vincent in trust for the said Christian Brothers;

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 the authority of the same as follows:-


Short title.


Body Corporate
Created to
hold property
for the
Brothers of
the Christian
Schools in
St. Vincent.





Corporate seal.





Incorporated
Trustees may
acquire
property.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Brothers of the
Christian Schools Incorporation Ordinance, 1969.

2. The said Brother Robert Brick, Superior, Brother
William Sloan, Headmaster, Brother Isidore Wasylenchuk,
Assistant Ileadimaster and Brother Gerard Bellemare, Bursar
and their successors in office as such Trustees as aforesaid,
shall be and are hereby created a body corporate by the name
of "The Incorporated Trustees of the Brothers of the Christian
Schools of St. Vincent" (hereinafter called the "Incorporated
Trustees") and by that name shall have perpetual succession
and shall and may sue and be sued in all courts of justice in
St. Vincent in that name.

3. The Incorporated Trustees shall have and use a com-
mon seal, which may from time to time be changed. Such
a seal shall only be used in the presence of at least two of th.
Trustees and shall not be changed except by the resolution of
the Trustees at a special meeting, such resolution to be pbh-
lished in the Gazette as soon after such a meeting as possible.

4. The Incorporated Trustees shall, according to the rules,
regulations and control of the Christian Brothers, have full
power to acquire for the said Christian Brothers by purchase,
transfer, assignment, exchange, donation, demise, gift, bequest
or otherwise, real and personal property in St. Vincent and
its Dependencies or any estate or interest therein and also any
money, goods or chattels whatsoever and to take, hold, admin-
ister, manage, improve and develop and enjoy the same.


No. 35.


1969.







1969.


Brothers of the Christian Schools Incorporation.


5. It shall be lawful for the Incorporated Trustees, sub-
ject to such rules, regulations and control as aforesaid, from
time to time, by deed under their seal, to sell, grant, convey,
exchange, demise, surrender, borrow money on the security
of, mortgage, charge and otherwise dispose of and deal with
any lands, messuages and hereditaments which shall or may
for the time being be or become vested in or which may here-
after be acquired or vested in them as aforesaid.

6. It shall be lawful for the Incorporated Trustees, sub-
ject to such rules, regulations and control as aforesaid, from
time to time, to borrow money and for the repayment of same,
by deed under their seal, to give and execute mortgages,
charges, pledges and other securities of their real and per-
sonal property or to make such arrangements as they may
consider expedient, with such covenants, powers and pro-
visions as they may think proper.


Incorporated
Trustees may
dispose of
property.


Incorporated
Trustees may
borrow money.


7. Nothing in this Ordinance shall affect or be deemed Savil,.
to affect the rights of Her Majesty, Her Heirs or Successors or
of any bodies politic or corporate or of any other persons,
except such as are mentioned or referred to in this Ordinance
and those claiming by, through, from or under them.



Passed the Legislative Council this 16th day of October, 1969.

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


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SAINT VINCENT

No. 36 of 1969. :%

I Assent,

H. GEORGE,

[L. S. ] Administrator.

25th October, 1969.
AN ORDINANCE for the incorporation of certain persons as
Trustees of St. Joseph's Convent in Saint Vincent.

[ 25th October, 1969. 1
WHEREAS the Convent or Institution in the Island of
Saint Vincent British West Indies with its subsidiary branches
together known as St. Joseph's Convent (hereinafter re-
ferred to as "the said Convent") was founded in Saint Vincent
by certain members of the Religious Community known as the
Congregation of Sisters of St. Joseph de Cluny and is governed
and administered by an Advisory Council consisting of the
Superior of the said Convent and three Sisters of the said Con-
gregation in St. Vincent with power. inter alia, to appoint and
remove trustees in their own discretion as they may deem fit

AND WHEREAS by a resolution of the said Advisory
Council it was resolved that the said Convent should have
power to acquire, hold, mortgage ind otherwise deal with
land and other property in Saint Vincent British West Indies
and for that purpose the Provincial Sister Francis Xavier Urich,
Sister Catherine Monteil and Sister Teresa Ramirez were ap-
pointed to he the Trustees for the time being of the said Convent
in Saint Vincent:







St. Josephs Convent Incorporation.


AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the said Trustees
should be incorporated and should have power to acquire,
hold, mortgage, and otherwise deal with land and other pro-
perty in St. Vincent in trust for the said Convent.
BE IT ENACTED by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty,
Ennetment. by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Coun-
cil of Saint Vincent and by the authority of the same as fol-
lows:


Short title.


Incorporation
of Trustees.













Powers of
Trustecs to
acquire
property.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the ST. JOSEPH'S
CONVENT INCORPORATION ORDINANCE, 1969.

2. The said Provincial Sister Francis Xavier Urich,
Sister Catherine Monteil and Sister Teresa Ramirez and their
Successors in office as such Trustees as aforesaid shall be and
are hereby created a body corporate known as "THE IN-
CORPORATED TRUSTEES OF ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT
IN ST. VINCENT"' (hereinafter called "The Incorporated
Trustees") and by that name shall have perpetual succession
and shall and may sue and be sued in all Courts of Justice in
Saint Vincent in that name and shall have and use a Common
Seal which may from time to time be changed. Such Seal shall
only be used in the presence of two of the Trustees and shall not
be changed except by resolution of the Trustees at a meeting held
for that purpose, such resolution to be published in the Govern-
ment Gazette as soon after such meeting as possible.

3. The Incorporated Trustees shall, subject to the rules,
regulation and control of the said Advisory Council, have full
power to acquire for the said Convent by purchase, convey-
ance, transfer, assignment, exchange, demise, gift, devise or
otherwise any lands, mssuages and hereditaments of any
nature or tenure whatsoever in perpetuity or for a life or
lives or for a term of years and any rights easements and
privileges over or connected with any such lands, messages
and hereditaments and also any money, securities for money,
goods, chattels and other personal property whatsoever and,
subject to such rules, regulations and control aforesaid, and
to the performance of any trusts upon which the said lands,
messuages and hereditaments, moneys, securities for money,
goods, chattels and other personal property may have been
acquired, to take, hold, administer, manage, improve and develop
the same.


No. 36.


1969.






No. 36. St. Josephs Convent Incorporation. 1969.


4. It shall be lawful for the Incorporated Trustees, sub- Trustees to
ject to such rules, regulations and control as aforesaid, from Powers of
alienate and
time to time by deed under their Seal to sell, grant, convey, charge real
grant rights and easements over, exchange, assign, demise, property.
surrender, borrow money on the security of, mortgage, charge
or otherwise dispose of and deal with any lands, messuages
and hereditaments and any rights easements and privileges
over or connected with any such lands, messuages and here-
ditaments which shall or may for the time being be or become
vested in or which may hereafter -be acquired by or vested
in them.

5. It shall be lawful for the Incorporated Trustees, sub- Powers of
ject to such rules, regulations and control as aforesaid, from Trustees to
time to time by deed under their Seal to sell, assign, exchange, alienate and
charge personal
surrender, borrow money on the security of, mortgage, charge, propertyy'
hypothecate, pledge, turn to account, or otherwise dispose of
and deal with any moneys, securities for money, goods, chat-
tels and other personal property of or to which they shall or
may be possessed or entitled or which may hereafter be ac-
quired by them.

6. The Incorporated Trustees shall at all times have a Address for
fixed address for the service of documents on them and such service.
address shall be registered with the Registrar. All documents
to be served on the Incorporated Trustees may be served by
leaving the same at, or by sending the same by registered post
to, the address so registered.

7. On any vacancy in the Incorporated Trustees by the Fillin of
death, absence from St. Vincent or incapacity to act of any of vacancies.
the members, it shall be lawful for the Advisory Council from
time to time to fill such vacancy by electing a Trustee in the
place of the Trustee so dying, absent or becoming incapable
of acting as the case may be, and every such newly elected
Trustee shall have powers as if she had been named a member
under this Ordinance. The election of a new Trustee shall be
notified in the Government Gazette as soon as possible.

8. Nothing in this Ordinance shall affect or be deemed Saving.
to affect the rights of Her Majesty, Her Heirs or Successors,
or of any bodies politic or corporate or of any other persons
except such as are mentioned or referred to in this Ordinance
and those claiming by, through, from, or under them.





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No. 36. St. Josephs Convent Incorporation. 1969.


Passed the Legislative Council this 16th day of October, 1969.

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


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SAINT VINCENI

No. 37 of 1969.

I Assent,


H. GEORGE,


Administrator.

25th October, 1969


AN ORDINANCE to provide for expenditure during the finai-
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.
[ 25th October, 1969.
WhIEREAS the sun of money granted by the Appropriation
Ordinance 1969 for the services of the year ending on the thirty
first day of December, one thousand nine hundred and sixty-
nine :sufficient to meet the demands of such services.

PBE 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 authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Supplementary Short title.
Appropriation (1969, No. 3) Ordinance, 1969.


2. There shall be and there is hereby granted to Her
Majesty the Queen, Her Heirs and Successors for the year
ending on the thirty-first day of December, one thousand nine
hundred and sixty-nine the sum of two hundred and forty-two
thousand, four hundred and sixty dollars to be paid and appro-
priated 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.


Approprialion
of $242,460 for
the services of
the Colony for
thie yen r 1969.


[ L. S. ]







No. 37. Supplementary Appropriation (1969, No. 3). 1969.

SCHEDULE

RECURRENT ESTIMATES
Account Service Amount
Number $
1/102 Audit ...... 3,300
1/110 Chief Minister/Premier 25,500
1/111 Establishment and Personnel 10,224
1/130 Police ...... ...... 1,200
1/131 Ministry of Home Affairs ...... ...... 9,752
1/140 Ministry of Social Services and Education 1,000
2/142 Medical and Health ...... ...... 10
2/145 Social Welfare and Public Assistance 500
5/151 Agriculture 10
5/152 Loans and Advances 10,000
4/163 Post Office 2,000
4/168 Telephones 383
4/112 Central Housing and Planning Authority 20,000

TOTAL RECURRENT 83,879

CAPITAL ESTIMATES

0/310 Chief Minister/Premier 50,001
0/340 Social Services and Education 46,080
0/360 Communications & Works 62,500
TOTAL CAPITAL 158,581

TOTAL SUPPLEMENTARY $242,460


Passed the Legislative Council this 16th day of October, 1969.
0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.


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1969.




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