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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


vublishrb bhy tiutoritn.


VOL. 103.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.


[No. 65.


GOVERNMENT


NOTICES.


No. 277.
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
It is notified for general information that there will be a meeting of the
House of Assembly at the Assembly Chamber, Kingstown, on Thursday 26th
November, 1970 at 10.00 a.m.
A cordial invitation is extended to the General Public.
0. S. BARROW,
Clerk of the House.
11th November, 1970.


No. 278.
APPOINTMENT

MARRIAGE OFFICER AND OFFICIAL
ATTESTOR.

The Reverend NEVILLE SMITH as a
Marriage Officer and Official Attestor
with effect from 17th November, 1970.
16th November, 1970.
(MHA. 029)

No. 279.
GERMAN CONSULAR
REPRESENTATION

It is notified for general information
that Herr HANS HERMANN HAFERKAMP
has been appointed Consul of Germany


for the West Indies Associated States,
with residence at Port of Spain, Trini-
dad. Herr HAFERKAMP replaces Herr
FRITZ GAJEWSKI.
Herr HANS HAFERKAMP has been ac-
corded provisional recognition as Consul
of Germany in St. Vincent by the St.
Vincent Government.
17th November, 1970.
No. 280.
VACANT POST
VACANT POSTS OF SENIOR CONSTRUCTION
FOREMAN, P.W.D., M.C.W. & L.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to
two pensionable posts of Senior Con-


2: 7;-















456 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.)


struction Foreman, Public Works De-
partment, Ministry of Communications,
Works and Labour.
The posts carry a salary in the scale
$5,400 x $300-$6,000. Transport allow-
ance is payable in respect of a motor
ear and in accordance with existing
regulations.
The successful candidates will be re-
quired to take charge of major building
projects and or to supervise the work of
contractors. Proficiency in the reading
of plans involving reinforced concrete
steelwork and all other allied building
materials and an ability to work and in-
terpret building specifications are also
necessary.
Applications on the prescribed forms
in the applicants own writing should be
sent to the Chief Personnel Officer, Ser-
vice Commissions Department, to reach
him not later than 23rd November, 1970.
17th November, 1970.



No. 272.
TENDERS FOR GOVERNMENT
SERVICES.

Sealed Te'nders will be received until
3 p.m. on Friday 27th November, 1970,
for the supply to Government for the
period 1st January to 31st December,
1971, of such quantities of the under-
mentioned articles as may daily or
otherwise be required:-


(a) For the use of
Department:
Breadfruit
Plantaits
Potatoes (sweet)
Tannias
Yams
Kallaloo
Flour (enriched)
Fish (fresh)
(b) For the use of any
Department:
Beef, fresh without
bone


the Prison

per 1T)
,, 100 lb
,, 100 tb
,, 100 lb
,, 100 1t
1,, ib
,,II)


G


Beef, fresh with bone
Soup bone
Gasolene
Kerosene
Diesel Oil
Tenders are to be address
Chairman, Tenders Board, M
F i n a c e Kingstown, a'nd
marked on the envelope (a)
for Supplies to Prisons" or
dlers for Supplies to Gover
partme'lrts." Printed forms
iirned on application at thb
of Finance.


Tenders for the supply of flour
should give the analysis of the flour
which should meet the requirements
of:-


Maximum Moisture
Maximum Ash
Minimum Protein
Enriched Standard:-


Thiamine


Min.
2.0


14%
...... 0.52%
...... 12%

Max.
2.5


Miligrams for each lb of flour
Mill. Max.


Riboglanic 1.2
Niacin 16.0
Iron 13.0
Calcium
Carbonate 500


1.5
20.00


Any delivery charge should be stated
on the Tender separate fiom the actual
price of the commodity.
The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or a'iy tender, and
reserves the power of accepting any
part of a tender. Nothing in any con-
tract which may be entered into will be
considered as affecting the right of the
Government to import at any time any
articles it may require not withstand-
ing such supply is contracted for
locally.
The attention of parties tendering is
particularly directed to the "conditions
jf contract" inserted at the end of this
notice, which will be binding on them.
CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
1. The Co'ntract to be from 1st Jan-
uary to 31st December, 1971.
2. The Contractor undertakes to de-
liver at his own expense into the stores
:f Institutions the articles placed oppo-
site his own name at the price stated,
:n such days, at such times, and iMn such
quantities as may be stated on the
requisiltion of the Head of Department
!. Otficler in Charge.


overnmient 3. Every article supplied must be of
a sound, good quality and no article
is to be sub-titnted for thie one requisi-
per poujid ticne'd for without the consent of the
per pound requisitioning officer first being ob-
per pound trained.
per gallon 4. Any articles considered by the
per gallon [lead of Department or officer in charge
per gallon to be of inferior quality may be re-
sed to the jeeted by him, and shall be immediately
ministry of removed and replaced by the Co'utrac-
distinctly tor at his own expense without any
"Tenders allowance being made to him for such
(b) "Ten- ai tiles.
nment De-
will be 5. If the rejected articles are not
e Ministry removed within 9 hours from the time
notice shall have been given to the














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.)


Contractor, they will be returned to,
and at the expense of the Contractor;
provided that if the Contractor give
such explanations as may be satisfac-
tory to the Minister of Finance, the
expense of such return shall 'hot be
charged.
6. Should the Contractor neglect or
refuse to replace rejected articles con-
tracted for at the time stated in the
requisition, the Head of Department or
Officer in Charge shall be at liberty to
purchase the said articles from other
perso'ne!; and the difference between the
price paid for such articles and the
contract price shall be deducted from
the next payment made to the Contrac-
tor.
7. The Head of Depaitment or Offi-
cer in Charge may, if he should deem it
rnicesary, purchase articles of perish-
able food such as bread, meat, etc., at
once to replace rejected articles.
8. All fresh meat contracted for
must be slaughtered in the Slaughter
house in, Kingstown.
9. If the Contractor should persist
in such irregu-larities as stated in para-
graph 6, the Minister of Finance shall
have the power to terminate the con-
tract immediately or at such time as
may appear to him proper and con-
venie','.
10. The Contract may be termin-
ated at any time by one month's notice
being given either by the Contractor to
the Minister of Fi'n'nce or by the Min-
ister of Finance to the Contractor.
10th November, 1970.

No. 273.
TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF FOOD YEAST
BiscuaI'm.

Ten,:ers are hereby invited and will
be received up to 3 p.m. on Friday 27th
November, 1970, for the supply of Food
Yeast Biscuits to the Education Depart-
ment during the year 1971.
The estimated requirements have
been placed at 1,350 ti0ns per annum
and the supplier must guarantee to
supply 450 tins at the beginning of
each term and to deliver same in good
condition at Primary Schools oan the
mianland and Grenadines as directed
by the Chief Education Officer.
Any delivery charge should be stated
in the Tender separate from the actual
price of the commodity.
Tenders are to be addressed to the
Chairman, Tenders Board, Ministry of
Finance and the envelope sealed and
marked "Tenders for the Supply of
Food Yeast Biscuits."


Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
10th November, 1970.

No. 274.
MOTOR CAR SERVICE.

Sealed tenders are i'hvited for the
provision of Motor Car Service for the
conveyance of public officers during
1971.
The Tenders submitted should con-
tain particluars of the charges pro-
posed to be made for waiting.
The Contract will be terminated by
one month's notice on either side, and
the person to whom the Contract is
awarded will be required to enter in
a bond with the Government for the
satisfactory performance of the Con-
tract.
Tenders close at 3 p.m. on Friday
27th November, 1970, and should be
iddresed to the Chairman, Tenders
Board, Ministry of Finance, Kingstown
and distinctly marked on the envelope
Te'nders for Motor Car Service."
Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
10th November, 1970.

No. 275.
TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF UNIFORMS.

Tenders are invited for supplying
afid making khaki uniforms for Gov-
ernment Messengers, Forest Guards and
Rangers, Port Guards, Preventive Offi-
cers, Customs Guards, and Attendants.
at the Institutions for the period 1st Jan-
uary to 31st December, 1971.
2. The khaki used must be of the
same shade and texture for each uni-
form, and samples should be submitted
with the Tender.
3. Uniforms consist of long trousers,
an( short sleeved shirts with two flap
pockets and shoulder straps and the
requirements are for approximately 100
officers.
4. Tenders which will be received up
to 3 p.m. on Friday the 27th November,
1970. must be sealed and addressed to
the Chairman, Tenders Board, Ministry
of Finance, Kingstown and distinctly
marked on the envelope "''Tenders for
the supply of Uniforms".
5. The Government does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or iany tender,
and reserves the power of accepting any
part of a tender.
10th November, 1970.













458 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.)


No. 276.
UNIFORMSI FOR POSTMEN

Tenders are invited for supplying and
making Uniforms for Postmen for the
year ending 31st December, 1971.
The Uniforms consist of long brown
Terylene Trousers and beige cotton
shirts, long sleeves with two (2) flap
pockets and shoulder straps, and the
requirements are for approximately (20)
twenty postmen. Samples should be
.submitted with the Tender.
Tenders which will be received up to
3 p.m. on Friday the 27th November,
1970 must be sealed and addressed to
the Chairman Central Supply Tenders
Iloard, Ministry of Finance, Kingstown
and distinctly marked on the envelope
"Tenders for the supply of Postmen
Uniforms".
The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any Tender, and
reserves the power of accepting any part
of a Tender.
10th November, 1970.

No. 281.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

Copies of the Minutes of the Thir-
teenth Sitting of the First Session of
the Houses of Assembly held at the
Assembly Chamber on the 7th Septem-
ber, 1970 which may be seen at Govern-
ment Office, the Kingstown Library and
all Revenue Offices are published with
this issue of the Gazette.

By Command,
C. IVOR MARTIN,
Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Office.
PREMIER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT.
17th November, 1970.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER 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 Gambling,
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 con-
sidered on 15th December, 1970 at Police
Headquarters at 4.30 p.m.
Applications addressed to the Chair-
man must reach the Authority not later
than Monday, 23rd November, 1970.
Any person who desires to object to
the grant by the Authority of any par.
ticular Permit or Licence should send to
the Authority before the 23rd November,
1970 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 negotiat-
ing bets or conducting betting
operations, or
(b) by way of business in any man-
ner to receive or negotiate bets or
conduct such operations, or
(c) to operate a Pin Ball Machine
are requested to note that it is necessary
to obtain-
(a) a permit, and
(b) a licence
Application should be made on Form
1, and it will be necessary for the ap-
plicant to state in the application the
following information:
(a) date of birth,
(b) office and usual place of resi-
dence,
(c) place of residence during the past
five years,
(d) that during the 12 months pre-
ceding the date of the applica-
tion, he has not been refused the
grant or renewal of such a per-
mit, and
(e) two references as to character.
It should further be noted that in
making an application for a licence, the
applicant should state-
(a) that he is the holder of a permit,
and
(b) submit a plan, sufficient to show
the lay out and location of the
said premises and the means of
access thereto.
In addition, the applicant should com-
ply with the following:
(a) send copy of application to ap-
propriate police officer,















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.) 459


(b) publish in the newspaper circu-
lating in Saint Vincent, a notice
of the making of the application,
not later than twenty-eight days
before the hearing of any such
application,
(c) send copy of newspaper contain-
ing 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-
vertisement.
Forms of application may be obtained
at the Inland Revenue Office or Police
Headquarters.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chairman, Gaming Authority.


NOTICE


1. Notice is hereby given that the
Electors' Roll for the Biabou District
Council can be seen and inspected at the
following places:-
1. Biabou Police Station.
3. The office of the Council.
2. The Returning Officer will be in
attendance at the Biabou Community
Centre, Biabou on Monday 30tl Novem-
ber, 1970 from 10.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.
to receive nominations for the election
of four members to serve on the Biabou
District Council for the term commen-
ciing 1st January, 1971 to 31st December,
1972.
3. The Retiring members are Mr.
-Carden Williams, Mr. Jeshurun Johnson,
Mr. George Johnson and Mr. Frederick
Ollivierre. They are eligible for re-
election.
4. Should a Poll be required it will
be taken at the Biabou Community
Centre Biabou from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00
noon from 1.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. on 7th
December, 1970.

ESAU W. BALLAII,
Clerk and Ecturning Officer.

'THE KINGSTOWN TOWN BOARD

ELECTION NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that in accord-
ance with Sections 3 and 6 of the
Kingstown Town Board (Election of
Members) By-Laws, the Warden of
Kingstown will be in attendance at the


Public Library, Kingstown on Monday
December 7, 1970, to receive nomina-
tions for the Election of a member for
each of the three Wards, namely, East-
ern, Central, and Western, to serve on
the Kingstown Town Board for the term
commencing January 1, 1971.
Should a Poll be required it will be
taken on Monday December 14, 1970,
from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon and from
1.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. at the following
Polling Stations.
Eastern Ward The Enunmmanuel High
School
Central Ward The Public Library
Western Ward Viotoria Park Pavil-
ion

EDMUND M. ISRAEL,
Warden Returning Officer.
11th November, 1970.



ELECTION NOTICE.



LOWMANS WINDWARD DISTRICT
COUNCIL.


Notice is hereby given that in accord-
ance with S.R. & 0. No. 9 of 1962 of
the Lowmans Wd. District Council
(Election of Members) By-Laws, the
Clerk of the Lowmans Windward Dis-
trict Council will be in attendance at
the Clerk's office at Lowmans Windward
on Monday 30th November, 1970 from
10.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. to receive Nomi-
nations for election of four members to
serve on the Lowmans Wd. District
Council for the term commencing 1st
Jamniiry, 1971 and ending 31st Decem-
ber 1972.
(2) The retiring members, Messrs.
Offord Morris, Roy Johnson, Malcolm
Johnny and Irvin Robertson are eligible
for re-election.
(3) Should a poll be required it will
be taken at the Clerk's Office on Mon-
day 7th December, 1970 from 9.00 a.m.
to 12.0.0 noon and from 1.00 p.m. to 5.30
p.m.
(4) The Roll of Electors has been re-
vised and can be seen at the Library,
Lowmans Windward and at the Post Of-
fice at New Grounds.

CHARLES C. JAMES,
Clerk and Returning Officer.














460 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.)


GEORGETOWN TOWN BOARD

ELECTION NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that in accord-
ance with S.R. & 0. No. 17 of 1949 as
amended by S.R. & 0. No. 59 of 1954 of
the Georgetown Town Board (Election
of Members) By-Laws, the Clerk of the
Georgetown Town Board will be in at-
tendance at the Georgetown Police Sta-
tion on Monday 30th November from
10.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. to receive Nomi-
nations for the Election of four Members
to serve on the Georgetown Town Board,
for the term commencing 1st January
1971, and ending 31st December 1972.
The retiring members, Messrs. J. G.
Richards, Leon Clarke, Shadrach Tho-
mas, George Fraser.
Should a poll be required it will be
taken at the Police Station Georgetown
on Monday 7th December, 1970 from
9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.

LUENDA M. LAWRENCE,
Clerk and Rcturning Officer.



CHATEAITBELAIR TOWN BOARD


Notice is hereby given that in accord-
ance with S.R. & 0. No. 21 of 1949, as
amended by S.R. & 0. No. 60 of 1950 of
the Chateaubelair Town Board (Elec-
tion of Members) By-Laws, the Clerk of
the Chateaubelair Town Board will be
in attendance at the Chateaubelair Po-
lice Station on Monday the 30th Novem-
ber, 1970, from 10.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.
to receive nominations for the election
of four members to serve on the Chateau-
belair Town Board for the term com-
mencing 1st January, 1971 and ending
31st December, 1972.
2. The retiring Members. Mrs. May
Francis, Messrs. Ambrose Reddock, Ben-


oni Franklyn, Rodwel Gordon, are eligi-
ble for re-election.

3. Should a Poll be required it will
be taken at the Police Station on Monday
7th December, 1970 from 9:00 a.m. to
12.00 noon, and from 1.00 p.m. to 5.30
p.m.

4. The Roll of Electors has been re-
vised and can be seen at the Post Office
and Free Public Library Chateaubelair.

ERLA COOMBS,
Clerk and Returning Officer.



ELECTION NOTICE

CALLIAQUA TOWN BOARD

Notice is hereby given that in accord-
amne with S.R. & 0(). No. 19 of 1949, the
Clcrk of the Calliaqua Town Board will
be in attendance at the Calliaqua Town
Till on Monday 30th November, 1970,
from 10.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. to receive
nominations for the election of four
members to serve on the Calliaqua Town
Board for the term commencing 1st Jan-
uary, 1971, to 31st December, 1972.
2. The retiring members are Messrs.
Erie Alexander, Edwin Byron, Jonathan
Babb and Mrs. Juanita Mitchell, and
these are eligible for re-election.
3. Should a Poll be required it will
he taken at the Calliaqua Town Hall on
Monday, 7th December, 1970, from 9.00
a.m. to 12.00 noon, and from 1.00 p.m.
to 53.0 p.m.
4. The Roll of Electors has been re-
vised and can be seen at the Warden's
Office, Calliaqua.

JOHN DOUGAN,
Chcrk and Returning Officer.
1 th November. 1970.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.) 461


CUSTOMS NOTICES


By Authority of Section 28 of Cap. 183 of the Laws of St. Vincent, the undermentioned
goods which have been in Queen's Warehouse Nos. 1 & 2 and the Baggage Warehouse for over
one year shall be sold at Public Auction on W dnesday 16th December 1970, at 1.30 p.m. unless
they are duly cleared or re-warehoused within oce month of the first publication of this notice.

S. E. JOSHUA,
Collector of Customs.
Custom House,
Kingstown.
4th November, 1970.


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 1


Date
Ware-
housed


Conveyance


8. 4.69 Wanda R.

30. 5.69 Alwood

14. 6.69 Gardenia W.


Consignee


A. C. Ilillocks

A. C. Hillocks

A. C. Hillocks


Marks & Nos.


G.G.

E.W.R.A.

E.W.R.A.


Quantity & Declared
Description Co ouints


12 ctns. Cockade
Rum
15 etns. Cockade
Rum
20 ctns. Falernum


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2


Consignee


Marks & Nos.


Sunflower
Themis
Maudaly
Fed. Palm
Lady Angela
Geesthaven
Elizabeth
Berger
Daphnis
Geesteape
Linguist
Sunpolyna
Sea Challenge

Alsteruffer
Fishbek
Booker Trident
Booker Trident
Atlantic Trader
Cuthbert
Cuthbert
Atl. Sun
Booker Trident
Fed. Palm
Gecstcape


W.J.A.
Corea & Co.
Hladleys Bros.
C & Co.
C & Co.
Geest Industries
C & Co.

C & Co.
Geest Industries
J.II.H.
W.J.A.
Lyric

Corea & Co.
Corea & Co.
G.P.L.
G.P.L.
J.H.H.
Corea & Co.
Corea & Co.
J.H.H.
G.P.L.
Corea & Co.
Geest Industries


Esso
iHadaway Store
C.S.S.L.
B.B.
C & Co.
A.B.
Grant


11H.H.1.
P.H.V.
Evelynss
Caucao
C.S.C.


Sanco St. V.
N.M.
E.D.L. & S. # 1
E.D.L. & S. 4 2
W.A.B./S.M.B.
J.H.S.-S 2273-217
Carib. Manuf.
N.M.
B.S.C.
B.S.C.
H.S. & Co. 3229


4. 2.69 Booker Trident G.P.L.


1 etn.
1 etn.
2 loose
7 crates
1 pkge.
26 loose
8 bags


Merchandise
Rubber Balls
Road Wheels
Paper
Motor
Tyres
Supacoll


12 etns. Confectionery
2 ftns. Tennents Beer
1 ctn. Dettol
50 bags Milk
3 etns. Libby's
Products
7 ctus. Glassware
I etn. Macaroni
1 case Piece Goods
1 case Shoes
7 ctns. Seeds
1 case Stoves
1 box Motor
3 bags Terrazo Stones,
4 ctns. Footwear
3 cases Footwear
1 case Musical
Instruments
50 etns. Libby's


Date
housed
housed


Conveyance


Quantity &
Lccnription


Declared
Contents


12.11.65
25. 1.67
2. 2.67
17. 2.67
20. 2.67
2. 5.67
12.10.67

5. 8.68
11.12.68
20.12.68
27.12.68
14.12.68

20.12.68
8. 7.68
10. 1.69
10. 1.69
14. 1.69
22. 1.69
22. 1.69
25. 1.69
4. 2.69
6. 2.69
7. 2.69


L.T. Co.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.)


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2-(Cont'd)


Consignee


Marks & Nos.


Quantity & Declared
Description Contents


2.69
2.69
2.69
2.69
2.69
2.69
2.69

2.69
2.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.39
3.69
4.69
4.69
4.69
4.69
4.69
4.69


Booker Trident
Booker Trident
Booker Trident
Booker Trident
Booker Trident
Geest Haven
Virginia

Philosopher
Tarpenbek
Geest Cape
Lady Angeila
Geestport
Fed. Palm

Fed. Maple
AtI. Forwarder
Atl. Forwarder
Forwarder
N. Pardner
Nnrth Pardner
Reinwher
Memnnon


20. 5.69 Doras
21. 5.69 Geest Port
25. 5.69 Fishbek
2. 6.69 Geest Cape
4. 6.69 Suncorona
9. 6.69 (eest Bay
25. 6,69 Fed. Palhn
25. 6.69 Fed. Maple
26. 6.69 Christel
Vinnen
26. 6.69 Christel
Vinnen
28. 6.69 Geest Haven
28. 6.69 Geest Haven
25. 6.69 Venimos
21. 7.69 Atlantic
Shipper
21. 7.69 Brooker
Trojan
23. 7.69 Fed. Palmn
22. 7.69 Sundink
31. 7.69 Salamana
2. 7.69 Gardenia W.


G.P.L.
G.P.L.
G.P.L.
G.P.L.
G.P.L.
Geest Industries
G. A. Forde

J.II.H.
C & Co.
Geest Industries
C & Co.
Geest Industries
Corea & Co.
Corea & Co.
Corea & Co.
J.I.H.I
J.II.H.
J.II.II.
Corea & Co.
Corea & Co.
J.H.II.
Corea & Co.

Corea & Co.
Geest Industries
Corea & Co.
Geest Industries
W.J.A.
Geest Industries
Corea & Co.
Corea & Co.
Corea & Co.

Corea & Co.

Geest Industries
Geest Industries
J.II.II.
J.II.II.

G.P.L.

Corea & Co.
W.J.A.
Corea & Co.
A. C. Hillocks


B.II.
P.H.Y.
B.S.C.
B.S.C. 20(6
B.S.C. 272
E.D.L.
St.V. Motors

C & Co.
C.IH.I.
163 MFHS
G.W.F.
G. A. Forde
Star Garage
J.B. & H.
B.S.C.
E.D.L.
Paradise IsI. Hotel
Hadley Bros.
A.G.
Jen Iserbett
S.,.
J.II.HI.

A.G.
P.II.V.
Y.E.S.
P.II.V.
L.T. Co.
E.D.L. L75/68
S.W.C.
B.C.S.
E.W.R.

N.M.

E.D.L.
E.D.L.
G.T.E. Jamaica
Mrs. K. Devitty


H.S.


B.S.C.
N.M.
P.H.V.
R.P.


1 case
1 etn.
1 ease
1 ctn.
1 etn.
8 drums
1 case

1 atn.
50 etns.
2 bales
1 etn.
40 bags
24 loose
2 etus.
4 etns.
2 etns.
5 etns.
1 ctn.
3 bales
1 pkge.
25 etns.


Batteries
Pineapple
Footwear
Footwear
Footwear
Pitch
Merchandise
(Spare parts)
Plumrose
Matches
Piece Goods
Vaporub
Milk
Tyres
Merchandise
Footwear
Paints
Piece Goods
Glassware
Paper
Tape
Confectionery


I ctn. Aluminum
Ware
2 bales Paper
2 Atns. Toilet Paper
1 case Merchandise
7 etns. Cups
20 bales Flour
1 pkge. Merchandise
1 i tn. Butter
1. ease Shoes
5 etns. Cognac


1 case Alcohol


1 ease
t 3 etns.
1 etn.
2 etns.


Paints
Paints
Merchandise
Merchandise


2 cases Jersey Jackets


1 case
100 bags
Ibale
1 case


Footwear
Milk
Piece-Goods
Merchandise


Date
"Ware-
housed


Conveyance














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.)


GOODS FOUND IN QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2 ON 2ND FEBRUARY, 1970
WAREIIOUSED ON 12.2.70.


Marks & Nos.


Quantity & Description


N.M.
E.B.
B.H.
N.M.


Corea & Co.
G.W.F. & S.
)M(D. B.
R.H.C. 6650 St. Vin.
\ M.
E.D.L. #4
B.S.C.
N.M.
N.M.
N.M.
E.B.
II.II.
ITA.L.
P.II.V.
}.II.H.
R.C.H. #1
N.M.


II.S.7304
N.M.
W.K.R.S.
B.B.
B.S.C.
N.M.


N.M.

B.S.C. j346
E.W.R.A.
B.B.
N.M.
Texavo
N.M.
E.W.R.A.
IIh'dley Hale 132
P.H.V.
E.D.L.

L.T. Co.
A 7135 H 6178
C.A.M.
Eureka St.V.

B.S.
B.H.
F.H.C.
G.T.
B. Hadaway
B.S.C.
E.O. St.V. #1
P.H.V.
M.II. Ltd.
P.II.V.


I bundle
1 etn.
1 etn.l
3 bales
I ease

I ease
4 drums
I bale
I bale
26 loose
1 etn.
8 etus.
1 bale
23 bales
2 only
1 ctn.
1 etn.
1 etn.
1 ctn.
1 c01.
1 ctn.
1 etn.

I ease
2 etis.
4 ctns.
1 ease
1 etn.
2 atns.

4 rolls

2 eases
25 bales
14 etns.
8 only
1 ctn.
I etn.
1 etn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
] etn.


1 case
1 etn.
1 ctn.

1 etn.
2 ctns.
I etn.
I etn.
2 etns.
I case
1 case
1 etn.
1 etn.
1 etn.


Galvanize
Lard
LIlrd
M.T. Bags
Scientific
Instruments
TIose
Cenient
Piece Goods
'iece Goods
Ty.t.'s
I';id Footwear
P' per
M.T. Bags
Motor Engine
So, p
Collfeutionnery
Confectionery
Paints
I aints
Footwear
Motor Car
Lights
Metal Ware
3Mftl Hnngers
Confectionery
Metal Ware
Footwe; r
Polyttlene
Sliheets
Polythene
RSheets
Footwear
P1 per

Hhub Caps
Motor Oil
Books
Exercise Books
Merchandise
Baby Powder
La India
Pomade
libby's
"Torehandisr
Merchandise
Scott's
Emulsion
Mello Cream
Mello Cream
Bomber Soap
Soap
Candles
Footwear
Merchandise
Candles
S. Paints
Glow Spread















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.)


Marks &* Nos.


Quantity & Description


N.M.
N.M.
Young Island

E.W.R.
C & Co.
B.B. #6
N.M.
P.H.V. 2927 #36
0. DeF. St. Vin.
N.M.
N.M.

E.D.L.

E.W.R.A. #27
W.J.A.
.T.A. St.V.
C & Co.
N.M.
N.M.
B.S.C. St. Kitts
Esso G/da, B/dos

Mannings
Me rier FS 11-068
A.R.C.

N.M.
Corea & Co. St.V.
N.M.


1 ctn.
1 etn.
1 etan.

1 etn.
1 ctn.
1 etn.
1 ctn.i
1 etn.
1 case
1 ctn.
1 etn.

2 etns.

1 case
2 ctns.
1 etn.
2 ctns.
1 etn.
1 case
1 case
1 etn.

1 etn.
1 ctn.
2 cases

1 etn.
1 etn.
2 ctns.


Books
Heinz Juice
Rubber
Manufacture
Dole Juice
Radio tubes
Books
cooking g Oil
Books
Merchandise
Powder
Vanilla
Essence
Rubber
Manufacture
Merchandise
Ponds Cream
Metal Ware
Curti-seal
Piece Goods
Hardware
Footwear
Lubricating
Oil
Brushes
Cosmetics
Electrical
Fittings
Corned Beef
Caps
Confectionery.


BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE


Marks & Nos.


Ia. Williams
F. J. DeNobriga
.1. Ferra ri
Millers & Coreys-
Cope Gerd Is.
Caribbean
Manufacturers
Petit St.Vincent
J. Sullivan
Vera Bullen & Sons
Yacht Saga

J. II. IIazells

.7. H. Hazells
Star Garage
Snknown
Bottlers Ltd.


Quantity & Declared
Description Contents


4 eases
1 pkge.
1 pkge.
1 ctn.


Samples
V. Belts
Welding Torch
U.M.U.


1 ctn. Valves


I pkge. Hardware
1 pkEe. G.M.U.
1 ctn. Clamps
1 pkge. Sunthentie
Rope
1 pkge. Refrigerator
parts
1 pkge. Ships spares
I pkge. C'r rPnrts
I pkge. G.M.U.
1 etn. Volt
Compressor


Conveyance


Consignee


Plane
,,
,,
,,


J.I1.1l.


Date
Ware-
houseol

19. 3.69
11. 4.69
22. 4.69
8. 5.69

9. 5.69

16. 5.69
19. 5.69
29. 5.69
29. 5.69

4. 6.69

9. 7.69
135. 7.69
5. 8.61
12. 8.69














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.)


It is further notified that the undermentioned goods which have been in the Queen's
Warehouse No. 2 and the Baggage Warehouse for over one year and are not worth the duty
due thereon, shall be forfeited in accordance with Section 28 of Cap. 183 of the Laws of St.
Vincent.


S. E. JOSHUA,
Collector of Customs & Excise.


Customs House,
KINGSTOWN.
4th November, 1970.


BAGGAGE


WA~REHO( USE


Date
Ware-
housed


Conveyance


23. 3.64 Plane


Consignee


J II.II.1


6. 2.65

24. 2.65

6. 1.67
11. 3.67
19. 3.67
5. 9.67
25.10.67
24.11.67
24.11.67
25.11.67
25.11.67


18. 7.68


10. 2.69


(..A.A.T.
J.11.11.


21. 5.69

18. 6.69
16 6.69

9. 7.69


Marks & Nos.


Lands & Surveys
Department
IIazells Sons & Co.
Ltd.
S.M.(O. St. Lucia

A. R. Connell
General Sales Agency
B.W.I .A.
Bata Shoe Company
J. II. HIazells
Bata Shoe Co.
See. Manager B.G.A.
Texaco W.I. Ltd.
W. J. Abbott & Sons
Ltd.
J. HI. IIazells
Mr. C. Beach Orty
See. Manager B.G.A.
J. H. Hazells
J. H. Hazells
Atlantic Traders
John Keil
Bata Shoe Company
S. Jack
S. 0. Jack

S. 0. Jack

Caribair
S. O. Jack
S. 0. Jack
Reliance Pharmacy
Banana Association
Mr. D. Number

Dcvaux and Roberts


Mr. Carkuene
Wallace
Reliance Printery
Blyth & Elyth W.I.
(Ltd.)
Geest Industries

B.G.A.
DeFreitas
Enterprises
Station Manager


Quantity & Dela red
Description Contents


1 pkgc. Printed Matter


2 pkgs.

1 pkge.

1 pkge.
1 pkge.
1 pkge.
1 pkge.
1 parcel
1 pkge.
2 pkgs.
1 ctn.
1 pkge.

1 cti.
I pkge.
5 parcels


B.O.A.C. Adv.
Material
Medical Prepar-
ations
Printed Matter
Printed Matter
Company v Mail
Adv. Material
Time Tables
Adv. Material
Printed Matter
Printed Mattfr
Printed Matter

Time Tables
Printed Matter
Printed Matter


1 parcel Printed Matter
1 pkge. Printed Matter
1 ctn. Printed Matter
1 pkge. Cottage Cheese
1 pkge. Adv. material
1 pkge. Printed Matter
1 pkge. Football
Coupons
1 pkge. Football
Coupcns
1 pkge. Printed Matter
1 pkge. Pool Coupons
1 pkge. Pool Cou'pons,
1 pkge. Calendars
3 etns. Calendars
1 pkge. Admiralty
Charts
1 parcel Advertising
Material
1 etn. Used magazines


2 pkgs.
1 pkge.


Printing Matter
Printed Matter


1 pkge. Stationery
(vouchers)
1 pkge. T-inited Matter
1 ctn. Printed Matter

1 pkge. Company Stores
















466 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.)


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. It


I ate
Ware-
lioused

11. 1.66
2. 3.66
12. 7.66
24. 1.67
10. 1.67
12.12.6 6t
18. 5.67
20.12.67
7. 2.68
13. 1.68
10. 4.68
27. 8.68
25. 9.68
10.10.68
6.11.68

22. 1.69
22. 1.6)
24. 1.69
23. 4.69
25. 5.69
25. 6.69
25. 6.69
25. 5.69

25. 5.69
5.11.66
20.12.68

16. 2.66











23. 6.66
23. 9.66
23. 9.66
22. 3.67.

8.10.66
26. 6.69


Conveyance'


Adviser
M andalay
Fed. Palmu
Rosarene
Federal Maple
B]runstal
Angatry
Venimos
Georgia
Federal Palm
Atlantic Sky
Edda Cords
C('ristel Vinna
(Ceest Cape
Elizabeth
Bornboffin
C(uthbert
C'uthbert
(ieest Port
N/Parthner
Fisbbeh
Fishbek
Federal Palm
Federal Maple

Fishbeck
Geest Bay
Linguist

Alwood
Athulpa,
(Ieest Bay
Federal Palm
Federal Maple
Federal Maple
Atlantic
Intrepid
Crusader
Allantic Sky
Discoverer
Federal Palm
Adelta

Philosopher
Alwood


Sunflower W.J.A.
Christel Vinnen J.H.II.


Consignee


J.II.II.
[lad!ey Bros.
Corea & Co.
J.II.II.
Corea & Co.
G'est ind.
J.H.H..
J.1I.11.
W..J.A.
C & Co.
J.H.II.
J.H.II.
C & Co.
Geest Industries
C & Co.

C & Cc
C & Co.
(eest Ind.
Corea & Co.
C & Co.
C & Co.
C & Co.
C & Co.

e & Co.
(eest I nd.
J.II.II.

J.II.II.
C & Co.
Geest Industries
Corea & Co.
Corea & Co.
Corea & Co.
J. 11. IIazells

-T. TI. TIazells
J. II. Hazells
J. II. IIazells
Corea & Co.
Geo. A. Forde
J.H.H..
J.II.II.
J.H.II.


Qui:nity & Declared
1 script ion Contents

1 etn. Butter
10 bags Potash
1 tn. Footwear
2 pkgs. Stationery
1 An. \Vine
1 :'tn. Treetop
1 'tn. Peanut Butter
1 !tn. Shoes
1 :Atns. Codfish
1 etn. Bottles
1 etn. Glassware
5 bags Feed
1 ,ase Iron Combs
1 T 'Chest Personal effects
1 i n. Adv. Material


Marks & Nos.


Co. F 100
W.C.
B.S.C.
F. J. Dare
B.C.I.L.
C & Co.
M.S.M..
E.D.L.
Me.D. B.
F.J.D.N.
Palm Island.
H.G.
II.S.
J. Jacobs
Daemlus

E.D.L. & R.
(orea & Co.
Core, & Co.
J. H. ILazell
G. E. Frank
F.G.II.
T. A. Browne
Chamber of
Commerce
N.M.
G.P.


(. Gibson
AM (.C.Y.
E.B.
N.M.
(I. W. F.
N. M.
N. M.

S.M.O.
J. Co.
G.W.F.
E. W. R.
Texaco
Me.D. B.
\.P. Grenada
Shell

P.II.V.
E.W.R.


Plastic Ware
Wheat Germ
Adv. Material
Posters
Peas
Peas
Books
Paper

Peas
Adverts.
Christmas
Decorations
Eurite Sheets
Libby's Tomato
Tennents Beer
of 2 capsules
Milk
Libby's Juice
Libby's Juice


I etn. Sterivac
1 etn. Merchar dise
1 ctn. Salami Sausages
1 ctn. Merchandise
5 drums Hydraulic Oil
1 hag Salt
1 bag Salt
5 drums Marine Engine
Oil
2 loose Dutch Stoves
1 case Adv. Material


2 in s.
1 .iln.
1 ifn.

20 bags
20 bags
1 (tn.
11 pkgs.

12 bar:s
2 (-' s.
1 ctll.

10 'oNly
1 etn.
1 etn.
1 etn.
3 etus.
1 etn.
1 ctn.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.) 467


Goods found in Queen's Warehouse No. 2 on 2nd February, 1970-Warehoused 12.2.70.


Marks


Number and Description


HI.K.S. 891


N.M.
J.D. 2626

S.M.O.
C &Co.
MCCY
E.D.L.
Esso
N.M.
P.H.V.
E.O.
V.B.
E.W.R.A.
N.M.

C & Co.
P.H.V.

N.M.
N.M.
G.A.V.

P.H1.V.
M.C.C.Y.
M.C.C.Y.
N.M.
N.M.
Cyril Frank

H.H.
N.M.
E.D.L.
N./M

Geest Industries
Bata
P.H.V.

E.W.R.
C & Co. 1.9.67
N.M.

G.P.L.
P.H.V.
P.H.V.
N.M.
E.W.R.
N.M.
N.M.
E.W.
P.H.V.
Orange Hill
M.J.B.
F.J.D.N.
.St. Vincent Manuf.
Co.


1 only


1 bale
1 case

7 ctns.
1 pail
1 etn.
2 pails
1 pail
1 "tn.
3 crates
1 pkge.
1 "tn.
5 etns.
1 bag

2 :tns.
1 --tn.

1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn. of

1 etn.
1 etn.
1 etn.
1 etn. of
1 etn.
1 ctn.

I tn.
1 etn.
1 ctn.
1 etn.

3 pkgs.
1 case
1 -tn.

1 ctn.
1 etn.
1 ct'n.
1 etn.
1 etn.
1 etn.
2 ctns.
5 ctns.
1 ctn.
1 Atn.
1 ease
1 etn.
1 pkge.
1 etn.
2 pails
2 ctns.


Motor Car
Spring
Paper
Paper
Manufacture
Sterivac
Merchandise
Libby's Juice
Snowcem
Lub. Oil
Tomato Ketchup
Sanitary Ware
Merchandise
Soap
Pear Nectar
contg. 11 tins
Margarine
Bomber Soap
contg. 11 tab-
lets soa p
Haig Adverts
Vienna Sausages
3 boxes End 13
bots. Vicks
Vienna Sausages
Libby's Juice
Libby's Juice
6 tins Margarine
Cherries
Toilet Soap
(M.T.)
Custard Powder
Libby's Juice
Footwear(M.T.)
contg. 18 bots.
Peanut Butter
Printer Matter
Footwear (M.T.)
contg. 22 bots.
Cocoa Malt
Libby's Product
Adverts.
Buckley's
Mixture
Merchandise
Pineapple Juice
Tennants Beer
Buckley's
Libby's Juice
Meat
Penicillin
Cornbeef
Condensed Milk
Wire Strainers
Medicine
Merchandise
Tobacco

















468 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.)


Marks


Number and Description


P.1I.V.
N.B3.


B.B.
P.II.V.
St. Vincent Arrow-
root Assn.
S.L.II. St. Kitts
W & II. St. Kitts
N.M.
N.M.
E. B. St. Vincent
N.M.
N.M.
N.M.
Nawarf (St. Kitts)


1 etn.
1 etn.


I ctn.
1 etn.
12 bdls.

1 ctn.
1 etn.i
1 crate
2 rolls
1 etn.
21 drums
1 cylinder
2 cylinders
1 etn.


Libby's Juice
contg. 33 Elec-
tric Bulbs
Pineapple Juice
Carrot Juice
M.T. Cartons

Wine
Wine
Garlic
Felting
Carrots
Lub. Oil
Gas
Gas
Condensed Milk














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.)


COIN CONTINUATION BOARD
STATEMENT OF COIN CONTINUATION BOARD FUND ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
1ST JANUARY, 1970 TO 30TII JUNE, 1970


INCOME

EC $

Local Government (U.K.)
Securities Recalled 1,800,000.00


Sale of 617 Exchequer
Stock (1971)


EC $


Transferred to East Caribbean
Currency Authority


1.,731,375.00 3,531,375.00


Balance


Surplus coin sold to Royal Mint

Balance on account with Crown
Agents at 31. 12. 69


EC $4,694,031.20


EC $4,694,031.20


23rd September, 1970.


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


COIN CONTINUATION BOARD
STATEMENT OF COIN CONTINUATION BOARD INCOME ACCOUNT FOR TIIE PERIOD
1ST JANUARY, 1970 TO 30TH JUNE, 1970


INTEREST


Joint Consolidated Fund
Local (U.K.) Government
Securities


EC $
37,631.48

4,669.34


EC $


Commissioners' Fees
Commission Charges
Other Expenses


U.K. Government Securities 40,278.08 82,578.90


Balance


EC $82,578.90


EC $
1,680.00
281.26


EC $


972.82 2,934.08

79,644.82


EC $82,578.90


N. L. SMITH,
Acting Executice Commissioner.


EXPENDITURE


EC $


4,603,022.50

91,008.70


27,535.56


1,135,120.64














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1970.-(No. 65.)


COIN C('I ':TINUATION BOARD
BALANCE SHEET AS AT 30TII JUNE, 1970


LIABILITIES
Balance as at 31.12.69
Add:
Surplus for year 1970 $79,644.82


Adjusted Surplus


ASSETS
l." .,106.40 Crown Agents:
Account No. 123300
(Fund A/c)


389.72 80,034.54

733,140.94


Transferred from Fund A/c
Amount realisable from sale of
stock of coin


Accrued Expenses


9.1,008.70

78,198.48

2,652.82


$905,000.94


Account No. 123301
(Income A/c)
Less depreciation



Value of coins in stock


$ 91,008.70


$781,121.26
50,703,64 730,417.62


821,426.32
78,198.48


Accrued Inceome (Interest)


5,376.14


$905,000.94


I have examined the transactions of the Coin Continuation Board for the period 1st January,
1970 to 30th June, 1970, and I certify that, in my opinion, having regard to the result of my exam-
ination, the operations on the transactions in connection with the accounts of the Board have been
in accordance with the provisions of the relevant law.


30th October, 1970.


G. B. BRANDFORD,
Auditor General of Barbados.


N. L. SMITH,
Acting Executive Commissioner.


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SAINT VINCENT \

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
MINUTES OF THE THIRTEENTH SITTING OF THE FIRST SESSION
OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY HELD AT THE ASSEMBLY CHAMBER,
SKNGSTOWN, ON MONDAY, 7TH SEPTEMBER, 1970 AT 10.00 A.M.

PRESENT
The Honourable C. ST. C. DACON, Speaker,
. R. M. CATO, Member for East St. George, Premier and Minister
Fin ance,
. S. E. SLATER, Member for North Leeward, Minister of Home
Affairs,
,, ,, L. C. LATHA:, Member for South Windward, Minister of Com-
munications, Works & Labour,
,, ,, II. K. TANNIS, Member for Kingstown, Minister of Education
and Health,
. R. F. MARKSMAN, Member for West St. George, Minister of
Housing, Local Government and Community Development,
,, ,, A. T. WARNER, Attorney General,
. E. T. JOSHUA, Member for Central Windward, Leader of the
Opposition,
. Mrs. 1. I. JOSHUA, Member for North Windward,
. E. A. C. IHGIIES, Nominated Member.

ABSENT
The Honourable J. F. MITCHELL, Member for the Grenadines, Minister of Agri-
culture, Trade & Tourism,
. J. L. EUSTACE, Member for South Leeward,
,, J. A. FERDINAND, Nominated Member (On sick leave)

PRAYERS
Mr. Speaker read t':- Prayers of the House.
MIINUTES
Minutes of the Sitting held on Thursday, 20th August, 1970 copies of which
had been previously circulated were taken as read and were confirmed.

PAPERS LAID
The Honourable Premier and Minister of Finance laid on the table of the
House the paper indicated hereunder:











House of Assembly Paper No. 15 of 1970: Report on the Administration
of the Co-operative Bank of St. Vincent for the year 1969.

ORDERS OF THE DAY
1. The Central Water Authority (Amendment) Bill was introduced and read
a first time.
2. The Honourable Premier and Minister of Finance moved that the Income
Tax (Amendment) Bill be now read a second time.
Question put and agreed to
Bill read a second time
The Honourable Premier debated the Bill
House went into Committee to consider the Bill
House resumed
Bill reported, read the third lime by title and passed with the following
amendments:
Clause 2: By inserting inverted commas at para (r) and at 'St. Vin-
cent' at the end of para (t).
By inserting "s" on the word "dividend" in line 1 of para
(s).
By inserting inverted commas at the word "Provided" in
line 3 of subsection b and ending at the word "attached"
at the end of clause 2.
By substituting the word "be" for the word "by" in line
4 of sub-section b. i J .
Clause 3: By inserting inverted commas at the beginning of para k
and at "attached" at the end of Clause 3.
By substituting the word "Mortgagors" for "Mortgagee"
in the last line of the Objects and Reasons.
3. The Honourable Premier and Minister of Finance moved that the Customs
(Amendment) Bill be now read a second time.
Question put and agreed to
Bill read a second time
The Honourable Premier debated the Bill
The Honourable E. T. Joshua joined the debate
The Honourable Premier replied.
House went into Committee to consider the Bill
House resumed
Bill reported, read the third time by title, and passed without amend-
ments.











4. The Honourable Premier and Minister of Finance moved that the Customs
Duties (Amendment) Bill be now read a second time.
Question put and agreed to
Bill read a second time
The Honourable Premier debated the Bill
House went into Committee to consider the Bill
House resumed
Bill reported, read the third time by title, and passed without amend-
ment.

5. The Honourable Premier and Minister of Finance moved that the Stella
Brereton (Gratuity & Pension) Act, 1969, (Repeal) Bill be now read a
second time.
Question put and agreed to
Bill read a second time
The Honourable Premier debated the Bill
The Honourables E. T. Joshua, A. T. Warner & E. A. C. Hughes joined
the debate
The Honourable Premier replied
House went into Committee to consider the Bill
House resumed
Bill reported, read the third time by title, and passed without amend-
ment.

6. The Honourable Premier and Minister of Finance moved that the Com-
monwealth Secretariat (Immunities & Privileges) (Amendment) Bill be
now read a second time.
Question put and agreed to
Bill read a second time
The Honourable Premier debated the Bill
House went into Committee to consider the Bill
House resumed
Bill reported, read the third time by title, and passed without amend-
ment.

7. The Honourable Minister of Home Affairs moved that the Genocide Bill be
now read a second time.
Question put and agreed to
Bill read a second time













The Honourable A.. T. Warner debated the Bill
House went into Committee to consider the Bill
House resumed
Bill report',., read the third time by title and passed with the imlowing
amendments:

Clause 3: By substituting roman figure II for "11" at line 2
Clause 5: By renumbIering the Extradition Clause to read Clause "5"
ins, ,ad of "3".
Clause 5: By substituting the word "if" for "is" at line 3 of sec-
tion 2:
By substituting roman figure II for "11" after the word
"Article" in the Schedule.

8. The Honourable Minister of Home Affairs moved that the Fugitives Offend-
ers Bill be now read a second time.
Question put and agreed to
Bill read a second time
The fonourable A. T. Warner debated the Bill
The IIonourables E. T. Joshua and E. A. C. Hughes joined the debate
House went into Committee to consider the Bill
House resumed
Bill reported, read the third time by title and passed with the following
amelindments:
By substituting the word "sexual" for sexuala" in No. 7
of the Schedule.
Py renumberinr Section "21" to "18" at the end of Part 1
of tlie Schedule.
Clause 8: By enidi ig line 4 of section 1 subsection (b) at St. Vincent
and beginning line 5 with the words "and any".
Clause 18: By deleting the bracket at "a" line 3 of section 2
B1- depicting the bracket at 6 in line 3 of sub-section (2)
andl inserting (i) in line 3 subsection (2) so as to read
-.c.tiol (6 (i) ".

9. The Honourable A. T. Warner moved that the Summary Conviction
0 1., ..., (Procedure) (Amendment) Bill be now read a second time.
Question put and agreed to
Bill read a second line










77
The Honourable A. T. Warner debated the Bill
The Honourables E. T. Joshua and R. M. Cato joined the debate
House went into Committee to consider the Bill
House resumed
Bill reported, read a third time by title, and passed without amend-
ments.

10. The Honourable Premier and Minister of Finance moved that the Pro-
visional Collection of Taxes (Special Provisions) Bill be now read a second
time.

Question put and agreed to
Bill read a second time
The Honourable Premier debated the Bill
House went into Committee to consider the Bill
House resumed
Bill reported, read the third time by title, and passed without amend-
ments.

11. The Honourable Attorney General moved that the Magistrates' Decisions
(Appeals) (Amendment,) Bill be now read a first time.

Motion made and question put and agreed to "that the Bill be taken
through all its stages at this meeting." (S.O. 46 para 2)

The Honourable Attorney General moved that the Bill be now read a second
time.
Question put and agreed to
Bill read a second time
The Honourable E. T. Joshua debated the Bill
The Honourables A. T. Warner and H. K. Tannis joined ftle debate
House went into Committee to consider the Bill
House resumed
Bill reported, read the third time by title, and passed with the following
amendment:

Clause 3: By inserting the words "This amendment shall apply to
appeals lodged after the 1st day of January 1971", at the
end of Clause 3.






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AD.J o Nux.NIT
MLtiitn inane and (juOsion put and agreed to "that this IHuse do now
adjourn."

House adjourned accordingly at 12.37 p.m.

C. ST. C. DACON,
Speaker.



Confirmed this 22nd acy of October, 1970.

C. ST. C. DACON,
Speaker.




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