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Publication Date: November 13, 1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

1 uhlibtla by Aut ority

VOL. 106.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 NOVEMBER, 1973. [No. 63.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

No. 196.
GOVERNOR'S DEPUTY.

BY His Excellency SIR RUPERT JOHN, Knight Bachelor, Governor
of SAINT VINCENT, issued under my hand and the Public
(L. S.) Seal of SAINT VINCENT, at Government House in SAINT
VINCENT, this 12th day of November, One thousand nine hun-
dred and seventy-three.
RUPERT G. JOHN,
Governor.
TO: BERTRAM ALEXANDER RICHARDS, ESQUIRE
Saint Vincent.
GREETINGS!
By virtue of the power and authority vested in me by Section 22 of the
Constitution of Saint Vincent, and having occasion to be absent from Saint
Vincent, acting in accordance with the advice of the Premier, I do by this
Instrument appoint you the said BERTRAM ALEXANDER RICHARDS to
be my Deputy from on or about the twelfth day of November, One thousand
nine hundred and seventy-three and until further orders, and in that capacity
should the necessity arise for so doing, to perform on behalf of the Governor
of Saint Vincent during the period recited, but no longer, all things that belong
to the Office of Governor of Saint Vincent, according to the Constitution and
other Laws of Saint Vincent.
II. AND I DO HEREBY DIRECT that you the said BERTRAM
ALEXANDER RICHARDS shall not continue to act as Governor's Deputy
after the Governor has arrived at the mainland of Saint Vincent or your said
appointment to act is otherwise determined.
III. AND I DO HEREBY REQUIRE AND COMMAND all and
singular Her Majesty's Officers, Civil, Military, Naval, Air and Otherwise,
and all others the inhabitants of the said Saint Vincent and all others whom
it may concern to take due notice thereof and to give their ready obedience
accordingly.
INSTRUMENT appo ALEXANDER RICHARDS,
ESQUIRE to act as Gove 4 eputy
12th November, 19 3"- Z)
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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 NOVEMBER, 1973.-(No. 63).


No. 197.
APPOINTMENTS

Messrs HUGH DELPECHE and R. U.
BAILEY as Assistant Lecturers, Techni-
cal College, Ministry of Education,
Community Development and Youth
Affairs, with effect from 3rd September,
1973.
13th November, 1973.


No. 198.
RESUMPTION OF DUTY

Mr. J. A. POMPEY, PS/Health, Hous-
ing and Local Government, resumed
duty on 1st November, 1973 after a
period of eighty-seven (87) working
days' vacation leave.
13th November, 1973.
(P.F. 782).


No. 194.
POST OF DEPUTY PRINCIPAL
TEACHERS' COLLEGE"
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION,
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND
YOUTH AFFAIRS.

Applications are invited from suit-
ably ,qualified persons for appoint-
ment to the post of-Deputy Principal,
Teachers' College, ,Ministry- of Educa-
tion, Community Development and-
Youth Affairs.
The salary of the post is in the Scale
V18-9 $5700X$300 $6600X$360 -
$8040/000/$8400 X $360 $8760. A
transport allowance- is also payable.
Applicants should be graduates of a
recognized University and should
possess in addition a Diploma or Certi-
ficate in Education. They should have
had at least five years tea c,h in g
experience.
Trie successful applicant will be
required to (a) assist the Principal in
the day to day administration of the
College and to assume responsibility
for full administration' of the College'
in the absence of the Principal, (b)
Organise workshops for teachers and
(c)undertake such other duties not in-
consistent with 'the duties of the post
as. may be assigned by the Principal.
Applications t 0o g e t he r with two
recent testimonials should be addressed
to the Chief Personnel Officer, Service
Commissions Department, Kingstown,
St. Vincent to reach him not later than
November 30, 1973.
6th November, 1973.


No. 183.
CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY SECRETARIAT

VACANCY FOR INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
ADVISER

Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for the post of
Industrial Relations Adviser in the
Caribbean Community Secretariat.
2. Duties: The Industrial R nations
Adviser will be responsible to the Sec-
retary-General for the efficient perform-
ance of his functions.
The duties of the post include:
(i) servicing the meetings of the
Standing Committee of Minis-
ters responsible for Labour, an
Institution of the Caribbean
Community established under
Article 10 of the Caribbean
Community Treaty;
(ii) follow-up action in connection
with the decisions of the Stand-
ing Committee of Ministers res-
ponsible for Labour;
(iii) advising the Standing Commit-
tee of Ministers responsible for
labour on matters relating to.
the development of industrial
relations, labour legislation, man-
power policies and other related
matters';
(iv) assisting in the coordination of
Memberi States' policies towards.
the ILO And. bther international
bodies concerned, with Labour;.
and
(v) establishing and maintaining close
contact with the regional trade
union and employers organisa-
tions in furtherance of the objec-
tives covered in the foregoing
responsibilities.
3. Qualifications: Applicants should
normally possess a University Degree or
acceptable equivalent qualification and
considerable experience in ifidu.strial
relations in a position of high responsi-
bility, butf consideration will also be
given to non-graduates with extensive-
experience and special training.
4. salary and A'Powanccs: The salary
of the post is EC$17,400 per annum. In
addition the holder will be paid house
allowance of EC$3,000 per annum.
5. Recruitment and Appointment:
Appointment may be on a permanent
basis with the Caribbean Community
Secretariat or on secondment from the
Government Service of a Member State.
It will' be subject to such other regula-
tions, rules, orders and instructions as
may exist and as may be introduced








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from time to time in respect of- service
with the -Secretariat.
A candidate recruited from abroad
on first appointment will be provided
economy class air passages by the most
direct route for himself, his wife, and
his children up to a maximum of 3 pro-
vided they are below the age of 18,
unmarried and dependent on him and
for such other dependents to a maxi-
mum of two as may be approved by the
Secretary-General.
In addition to passages the officer will
ba granted the following transportation
allowances-
(a) ocean 'freight charges of shipping
his personal and household effects
not exceeding twenty (20) tons
ship's measurement (800 cubic
feet), plus a motor car (if the
officer already owns one).
(b) the cost of transporting his
baggage, personal and household
effects from his home to the place
of embarkation and from the port
of disembarkation to the place of
residence in Guyana;
(c) the cost of crating personal and
household effects;
A settlement Grant will be paid to
the successful candidate recruited from
abroad when he actually takes up his
duties, in Guyana at the following
]ates-
Staff Member EC$4800


Wife
Each eligible child'
over 12 years-
Each eligible child
between 5-12 years
Each other eligible
dependent


E'C$400

EC$200

EC$100

EC$200


6. Leave Facilities: The successful
candidate will be eligible for the grant
of vacation, leave at the rate of thirty-
five working days per annum and a leave
passage allowance in respect of himself
and his family.
7. Privileges and Immunities: The
successful candidate will be granted the
privileges and immunities normally ex-
tended to members of the diplomatic
corps. It has also, been agreed that staff
members of the Secretariat will not pay
income tax 'to the Government of Guyana
or in the case of staff recruited from
Member States to their home Govern-
ments.
8. Superannuation Benefits: Mem-
bership of the Secretariat's pension
scheme is compulsory for all eligible
employees.


"The sueessful candidate will be re-
quired to contribute 5% 'f his 'salary'to
the ,Whemie. Ih the case6of a staff mem-
ber 'recruited on secondment the Sec-
retariat will pay to the staff "member's
employer a contribution at a rate of up
to 25% of the pensionable salary nor-
mally payable to the staff member by
that employer during the period of his
secondment so as to maintain his super-
"annuation benefits.
9. Applications together with cur-
riculum vitae should be forwarded to
,the Secretary-Generaj, Caribbean Com-
munity Secretariat, Third Floor, Bank
of Guyana Building, Georgetown, Guy-
ana, not later than 30th November, 1973.
23rd October, 1973.


No. 199.


LEGISLATION


The following Document is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 38.-Price and Distri-
bution of Goods (No. 7) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1973.
13th November, 1973.

No. 200.
The following Acts which have been
assented to by His Excellency the Gov-
ernor are published with this issue of
the Gazette:-
No. 23 of 1973.-An Act to provide
for the control of the importation,
sale, storage and use of pesticides.
No. 24 of 1973.-An Act to amend
the Summary Conviction Offences
Ordinance, Cap. 14.
13th November, 1973.

By Command,
0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Office.
PREMIER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT,
13th November, 1973.


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER
NOTICES.

NOTICE

KEDRICK ELISLE JOHN who was
married to MERLENE AGATHA JOHN at
Union Island on the 11th day of Feb-
ruary, 1969, has made application for








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the Registration of his Marriage under
Ordinance No. 16 of 1927.
HILARY B. SAMUEL,
Solicitor.
13th November, 1973.


NOTICE

FLORENCE WILSON who was married
to HARRIS WILSON at Union Island on
the 17th day of August, 1948 has made
application for the Registration of her
Marriage under Ordinance No. 16 of
1927.
HILARY B. SAMUEL,
Solicitor.
13th November, 1973.


TREASURY NOTICE

BY TIHE AUTIIORITY OF THE
LAND AND HOUSE TAX
ORDINANCE.

It is notified for general information
that payments of Land and House Tax
for the current year will be received at
the Land and House Tax Office, Kings-
town, and at the Revenue Offices at
Georgetown, Barrouallie, Bequia and
Union Island during the period 1st
November to 31st December, 1973 and
at Sandy Bay, Colonarie, Biabou, Meso-
potamia. Layou and Chateaubelair on
the dates listed hereunder:-
Sandy Bay:
Friday 16th November and 14th
December.
Colonarie:
Every Thursday during the months
November and December.
Mesopotamia:
Friday 9th, 16th, 23rd November
and 7th, 14th and 21st December.
Biabou:
Tuesday 13th and 20th November
and 4th and 11]th December.
La vonu:
Monday 5th and 26th November
and Tuesday 11th and 18th Decem-
ber.
Chateaubela ir:
Friday 9th and 23rd November
and 14th and 28th December.
Land and House Tax Bailiffs will at-
tend at the places beyond the Revenue
Offices on the scheduled dates, and de-
faulters should avail themselves of the
opportunity to have their arrears of
taxes settled.


EXEMPTION:
Parcels of land not exceeding 5 acres
in area and certified by the Chief Agri-
cultural Officer to be used principally
for agricultural purposes in the year
for which the exemption is claimed.
Provided that if the same person is
the owner of more than one parcel of
land of the description stated above, the
exemption shall not apply unless the
total area of all parcels of land owned
by that person and used principally for
agricultural purposes does not exceed
five acres.
M. M. SCOTT,
Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
IKin-stowln,
St. Vincent,
25th October, 1973.


POLICE NOTICE

THIE OWNERS OF PUBLIC SER-
VICE VEHICLES; GOODS
VEHICLES AND TRAILERS
(H., H.T. R. & T. PLATES)

The attention of persons who own
the type of vehicles mentioned above is
drawn to the provisions contained in
Regulations 20 and 21 and all amend-
ments thereto of the Motor Vehicle and
Road Traffic Regulations 1959, whereby
no licence may be issued or renewed for
such vehicles unless the Inspector certi-
fies that the vehicle complies with all
the provisions of the Ordinance and
these Regulations.
The Inspector of Motor Vehicles will
be available at Police Headquarters
daily from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. except
on Sunday and Public Holidays to
ensure that all the above mentioned
vehicles are inspected and are road-
worthy before January 31, 1974.
Regulations 20 (6) requires that these
vehicles are examined twice annually,
that is before 30th June and 31st De-
cember each year.

WARNING
Vehicles which have not been pre-
sented or if presented have not passed
the examination by 31st January, 1974
will be taken off the road.

R. J O'GARRO,
Commissioner of Police.
Licensing Authority.
13th November, 1973.








SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 'NOVEM,,BER, 1973.-(No. 63)


By Authority of ,the Registration of
United Kingd,,m Patents Ordinance
Chapter 156 of the Revised Laws of
St. Vincent, 1926.

Gazetted 1973

ADVERTISEMENT OF APPLICATION FOR
REGISTRATION OF UNITED KING DOM
PATENT No. 1,261,660.

Notice is hereby given that an appli-
cation was made on the 15th June, 1970
by Merck Co. Inc., of Rahway, New
Jersey, United States of America,
through Lysaght & Co. c/o Barclays
Bank, Kingstown, St. Vncent, for the
registration of a Patent in respect of
"Hydrazino Acids".
Any person may, at any time within
TWO MONTHS from the date of such
advertisement give notice to the Regis-
trar, of opposition to the issue of a
certificate of registration upon any
grounds' prescribed by section 27 of
the-Patents Ordinance (Cap. 155) for
opposition to the grant of letter Patent.
Sgd. SYLVIA BERTRAND,
Registrar of Patents.
The Patent Office,
c/o The -Registry,
Court House,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
24th October, 1973.


By Authority of the Registration of
United Kingdom Patents Ordinance
Chapte. 156' of the Revised Laws of
St. Vinceit, 1926.'

Gazetted 1973

ADVERTISEMENT OF APPLICATION FOR
REGISTRATION OF UNITED KING DOM
PATENT No. 1,195,772.

Notice is here'by'giveh 'thatil'h appliJ
cation was made on the 22nd day of
February, ,0968 '9, Ed'tar'd V Dicker, a
Citizen-of the 'Uhited'States of America,
of 2600 Fairmount Street, Dallas, Texas
75201, United States of America, for
the registration of a Patent in respect
of "Invention for Improvements re-
lating to Building Construction".
Any person may, at any time within
TWO MONTHS from the date of such
advertisement give notice to the Regis-
trar, of opposition to the issue of a
certificate of registration upon any
grounds prescribed by section 27 of


the Pateits. Ordinance (Cap. 155) for
opposition to the grant of letter Patent.
Sgd. SYLVIA BERTRAND,
Registrar of Patents.
The Patents Office,
c/o The Registry,
Court House,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
26th October, 1973.


By Authority of the Registration of
United Kingdom Patents Ordinance
Chapter 156 of the Revised Laws of
St. Vincent, 1926.

Gazetted 1973

ADVERTISEMENT OF APPLICATION FOR
REGISTRATION OF UNITED KING D OM
PATENT No. 1,175,212.

Notice is hereby given that an appli-
cation was made on the 9th day of
March, 1967 by Merck & Co. Inc. (a cor-
poration duly organised and existing
under the Laws of the State of New
Jersey, United States of America) of
Rahway, New Jersey, United States of
America, for the registration of a Patent
in respect of Halo-Substituted 5-Phenyl-
benzoic Acids and their Derivatives.
Any person may, at any time within
TWO MONTHS from the date of such
advertisement give notice to the Regis-
trar, of opposition to the issue"' of a
certificate of registration upon any
grounds prescribed by section 27 of
the Patents Ordinance (Cap. 155) for
opposition to the grant of letter Patent.
Sgd. SYLVIA BERTRAND,
Registrar of Patents.


The Patent Office,
c/o The Registry,
Court House,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
26th October, 19


73.
7-.-;


By Authority of the Registration of
United Kingdom Patents Ordinance
Chapter 156 of the Re0ised Laws of
St. Vincent, 1926.

Gazetf0.' 1973"

ADVERTISEMENT OF APPLICATION FOR
REGISTRATION OF UNITED KING DOM
PATENT No. 1,203,005.

Notice is hereby given that an appli-
cation was made on the 18th September,
1968 by Edward Dicker, a Citizen of












510 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 NOVEMBER, 1973.-(No. 63).


the United States of America, of 2600
Fairmount Street, Dallas, Texas 75201,
United States of America, for the regis-
tration of a Patent in respect of Method
of structural construction.

Any person may, at any time within
TWO MONTHS from the date of such
advertisement give notice to the Regis-
trar, of opposition to the issue of a
certificate of registration upon any
grounds prescribed by section 27 of


the Patents Ordinance (Cap. 155) for
opposition to the grant of letter Patent.

Sgd. SYLVIA BERTRAND,
Registrar of Patents.
The Patent Office,
c/o The Registry,
Court House,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
26th October, 1973.


POST OFFICE NOTICE

POST EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS 1973

It is notified for general information that the latest dates recommended for
posting in order to ensure delivery to destinations before Christmas Day are as
indicated below:-


DESTINATION


Great Britain
Europe
United States of
America
Canada
Guyana
Grenada
Trinidad & Tobago
Jamaica
West Indies (other)
Inland (including
the Grenadines)


BY SURF

Letters & Prints


4th December
27th November

23rd November
16th November
23rd November
23rd November
23rd November
1st December
1st December

18th December


ACE MAIL


27t
20t

23r
16t
23r
23r
23r
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ls

18t


BY AIR MAIL


Parcels Letters & Prints Parcels


h November 17th December 15th December
h November 14th December 11th December

d November 15th December 13th December
h November 14th December 13th December
d November 17th December 14th December
*d November 18th December 15th December
*d November 18th December 15th December
t December 1 th December 14th December
t December 17th December 13th December


h December


20th December
(To Mustique
only)


Additional despatches will be made by every available opportunity.


General Post Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
18th October, 1973.


E. R. HANNAWAY,
Postmaster General.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 NOVEMBER, 1973.-(No. 63). 511


POLICE NOTICE



THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED that the undermentioned
unclaimed property are in possession of the Police.

Persons who have lost property answering the description of those listed,
are invited to attend the C.I.D. Office, Central Police Station and identify the
missifig article.

After a period of one month the articles which have not been identified
and claimed will be sold by Public Auction.


Articles Place Found Date


One black Hand Bag

One Phillip Tape Recorder

One Kodak Camera

One Gents Oris Wrist Watch with
black leather band

One pair of Gents Glasses

One Gents Timex Wrist Watch with
black leather band

One Ladies Heco Wrist Watch with
brown leather band

One Ladies Massey Deluke Wrist
Watch with cloth band

One Ladies Frame Bicycle size 28'

One Ladies Timex Wrist Watch with
black leather band

One pair of Gents Glasses

One black Purse containing one Gents
Gold Wrist Watch

One Clipper Motor Car wiper Set

One grey Telefunken Electric Radio

One Gents Fortis Wrist Watch with
grey and red band

One Gents Astromatic Silver Wrist
Watch with silver back

One Ladies Lancyl Wrist Watch with
a gold band

One Ladies silver Wrist Watch with
a brown leather band

One brown Purse with a black Afro
Comb


Frenches

New Montrose

Kingstown


Kingstown

Kingstown


Sion Hill Beach


Kingstown


Kingstown

Kingstown


Kingstown

Kingstown


Kingstown

Kingstown

Dorsetshire


Kingstown


Kingstown


Kingstown


Kingstown


Kingstown


10. 9. 72


3. 3. 71


3. 72

3. 72


4. 71

12. 72


6. 72

6. 71

12. 71


21. 6. 73


16. 3. 72


19. 4. 73


29. 4. 73


30. 9. 72











512 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY,


One black Purse

One blue and white Hand Bag

Three heavy duty car tubes

One B.O.A.C." Travelling 'Bag

One brown Suit Case with two pairs
of black and white soft shoes

Two pairs of Louvres

Two spanners and one screw

One tin of Dancow Milk (5 lbs)

One Pig foot

One Cake Set

Four tins of Speedy body filler

Two large Suit Cases containing two
pairs of boys shoes, two jerseys,
white and black also one toy car

One gold plated Ladies Oris Wrist
Watch with black leather band

One black and yellow Transistor Radio
Twenty eight (28) rounds of

.22 Ammunition

$1.00 E.C.C. # B. 34-181730

$3.00 E.C.C.

One Ladies Timex Wrist Watch


One Portable Radio (Challenge)


13 NOVEMBER, 1973.-(No.


Kingstown

Kingstown

Kingstown

Kingstown


Kingstown

Kingstown

Kingstown

Kingstown

Kingstown

Kingstown

Kingstown



Kingstown


Villa Beach

Villa Road


Calliaqua

Bequia Jetty

Ashton

Stubbs Public
Road '.* .

Stubbs Police
Station yard


R. J. O'GARRO,
Commissioner of *Police..


13th November, 1973.


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25. 9. 73














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 NOVEMBER, 1973.-(No. 63.). 513


CUSTOMS NOTICE.



By Authority of Sections 27 and 28 of Cap. 183 of the Laws of Saint Vincent, the undermentioned
goods which have been in the Queen's Warehouses Nos. I and 2 and the Baggage Warehouse for more
than three months shall be sold at Public Auction on Saturday 8th December, 1973 at 1.30 p.m.,,
unless they are duly cleared within one month of the first publication of this notice.

S. E. JOSHUA,
Comptroller of Customs and Excise.


Custom House,
Kingstown.
25th October, 1973.


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 1


Date Quantity & Declared
Ware- Conveyance Consignee Marks & Nos. Description Contents
housed


15. 6.73 Booker Trojan Corea & Company C.C.L.S.


1 ctn. Smirnoff Vodka


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2


16. 5.73 Vivia G.

16. 5.73 Baltic Proctor
25. 5.73 Virginia S.A.
30. 5.73 Nomad
30. 5.73 Nomad
30. 5.73 Nomad
30. 5.73 Nomad
18. 5.73 Sargeant
Triumph
4. 6.73 Nomad
5. 6.73 Lady Angela
4. 6.73 Nomad
25. 5.73 Virginia S. A.
7. 6.73 Sargeant
Truunph
7. 6.73 Sargeant
Triumph
7. 6.73 Sargeant
Triumph
20. 6.73 Irma Marie
20. 6.73 Irma Marie
20. 6.73 Irma Marie
11. 6.73 Alva


A. C. Hillocks Ag. N/M

Corea & Company N/M
G. A. Forde N/M
A. C. Hollicks Ag. H.L.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. P. H. Veira
A. C. Hillocks Ag. W.B.H.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. P.H.V.
W.J. Abbott &Sons N/M

A.C. Hillocks Ag. Hadley Bros.
G. A. Forde Kirpsons
A. C. Hillocks Ag. Corea & Co.
G. A. Forde R. Alves
W. J. Abbott & Sons P. H. V.

W.J. Abbott &Sons Top Fashion

W.J. Abbott & SonsN/M

A. C. Hillocks Ag. Hazells
A. C. Hillocks Ag. P. H. V.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. E.C.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. R.P.


1 ctn. Cooper fittings
and tubes
9 ctn. Lubricants Texaco
3 pkgs. Iris Moss Peat
10 Bales Paper Bags
5 ctns. Alcolado
10 ctns. Blue Soap
7 bdls. Hardboard
27 pcs. Irons


1 bdl.
1 case
1 ctn.
3 drums
7 bdls.


Paper
Hardware
Co.ifectio':ery
Bitrumen
Mattresses


8 crts. Furniture

17 pcs. Iron


2 cases
80 boxes
2 boxes
1 ctn.


Apy matches
Paper Bags
Paper Bags
S-Mez-Susp










514 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 NOVEMBER, 1973.-(No. 63).



Date Quantity & Declared
Ware- Conveyance Co.isinge2 Marks & Nos. Description Contents
housed


11. 6.73 Alva
27. 6.73 Vivia G.
29. 6.73 Nomad
29. 6.73 Nomad
29. 6.73 Nomad
19. 4.73 Virginia S.A.
18. 5.73 Geest Star
18. 5.73 Geest Star
25. 5.73 Geest Crest
25. 5.73 Ares
25. 5.73 Ares
25. 5.73 Ares
25. 5.73 Geest Crest

25. 5.73 Ares
5. 6.73 Geest Crest
8. 6.73 Sunvreland

8. 6.73 Geest Land

8. 6.73 Geest Land

12. 6.73 Atahualpa
13. 6.73 Sanvreland

15. 6.73 Hermes
5. 6.73 Hermes

5. 6.73 Hermes

5. 6.73 Hermes
5. 6.73 Hermes
19. 6.73 Atlantic
Merc-a'..a.t
19. 6.73 Atlantic
Merchant
19. 6.73 Atlantic
Merchant
19. 6.73 Atlantic
Merchant
19. 6.73 Atlantic
Merchant
19. 6.73 Atlantic
Merchant
19. 6.73 Atlantic
Merchant
21. 6.73 Booker Trojan
26. 6.73 Linquist
26. 6.73 L:nquist
26. 6.73 Linquist
5. 6.73 Hermes
21. 6.73 Geest Crest
8. 7.73 Virginia S.A.
5. 7.73 Sargeant
Triumph


A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillosck Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
G. A. Forde
Geest Industries
Geest Industries
Geest Industries
Corea & Company
Corea & Company
Corea & Company
Geest Industries

Corea & Company
Geest Industries
W.J. Abbott &
Sons
Geest Industries


W.B.H.
E.S.
I.S.
S.N.B.
P'-armco
R.M.S.
C.S.S.L. PS 80412
C.S.S.L. 80514/1
C & W 2749
La Fayette
J. G. St. Kitts
A. B. Antigua
E.W.R.A.

No Marks
Hazells
NRC 6360 Motor

E.W.D.


Geest Industries No. 1-30


Corea & Company
W.J. Abbott &
Sons
Corea & Company
Corea & Company


U.S.C. 62626/9
DAL-6 St. Kitts

DEW St. Kitts
Dr. Red. Cross SVD


Corea & Company 5967/1 S.J.L.


Corea & Company
Corea & Company
Hazells Limited

Hazells Limited

Hazells Limited

Hazells Limited

Hazells Limited

Hazells Limited

Hazells Limited
it
Corea & Company
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limit 'd
Corea & Company
Geest Industries
G.A. Forde


E.C. St. Vin 1/8
9/15
Trotmans 350 1-11

Trotmans 350 1-11

Trotmans 350 1-11

Trotmans 350 1-11

Trotmans 350 1-11

Trotmans 350 1-11

Trotmans 350 1-11

Hazells Ltd.
S.M.I. ST. Vin
T.E.S. 4111
H.B.S. 5159/1
N/M 3921
E.D.L. 1026/73 2
Armstrong F.B.


W. J. Abbott & Sons M. John


2 drums Lard
15 ctns. Egg Flats
9 ctns. Alcolado
1 ctn. Bottle Cleaners
1 ctn. Drugs
2 ctns. Paints
3 pkgs. Auto Parts
1 pkg. Auto Parts
1 case Cable etc.
1 ctn. Candles
1 ctn. Aladestine
1 ctn. Pudding
42 of 50 Melon Boxes
loose
3 shackles Anchor chain
4 ctns. Evaporated Milk
1 ctn. Auto Parts

1 ctn. Complete Com-
pressor Pump
30 ctns. (S.T.C. 3000)
Electric Lamps
4 ctns. Farm Feed Mills
1 ctn. Salmon

I ctn. Salomi
1 crt Mental Hospital
Furniture
1 case Stainless Steel
Holloware
8 ctns Packed Coffee
7 ctns. Instant Coffee
7 ctns. Plastic Garden Hose

5 ctns. Plastic Articles

1 ctn. Kitchen Utencils

3 ctns Kitchen Utencils

9 ctns. Aluminium Ladders

5 ctns Furniture

24 ctns. Ironing Board


23 ctns
13 ctns
1 drum
1 case
1 case
1 ctn.
80 ctns.
20 sheets


Condensed Milk
Servictles
Plasticware
Nails
Curtain Ro s
Merchandise
Biscuits
Galvanized












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 NOVEMBER, 1973.-(No. 63). 515

QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE'NO. 2 (contid)


Date Quantity & Declared
Ware- Conveyance Consignee Marks & Nos. Description Contents
housed


5. 7.73 Sargeant
Triumph
7. 7.73 Nomad
25. 7.73 Nomad
25. 7.73 Nomad
3. 7.73 Federal Maple

6. 7.73 Cyril
6. 7.73 Cyril


W. J. Abbott &
Sons
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
Corea & Company


H.S.

G.P.L.
Val-U
J. Cato
F.J.D. 2026


Corea & Company Carsa 550 1-62
Corea & Company R.M.S. 57/73


10. 7.73 Atlantic Star Corea & Company Carsa


12. 7.73
12. 7.73
12. 7.73
12. 7.73
12. 7.73
12. 7.73

12. 7.73
10. 7.73
10. 7.73
10. 7.73

10. 7.73

17. 7.73
10. 7.73
18. 7.73
18. 7.73
30. 7.73
31. 7.73

31. 7.73

31. 7.73

31. 7.73


Geest Tide
Geest Tide
Geest Tide
Geest Tide
Booker Trojan
Booker Trojan

Geest Star
Aristoteles
Aristoteles
Aristoteles

Aristoteles

Merchant
Aristoteles
Atlantic Star
Atlantic Star
Geest Crest
Federal Mabel


Geest Industries
Geest Industries
Geest Industries
Geest Industries
Corea & Company
Corea & Company

Geest Industries
Corea & Company
Corea & Company
Corea & Company


E.D.L. & S 512-314/1
E.D.L. & S 571/1-3
E.D.L. & S 105/169/73
E.D.L. & S 105/169/7:
G. A. Forde
R.P. 89/98

Bennett
Stec'.iers Sophie 1/5
Sunny
Carsa


Corea & Company Carsa


Hazells Limited
Corea & Company
Corea & Company
Corea & Company
Geest Industries
Corea & Company


Carsa St. Vin.1-50
Q.W.F.
S.W.C.
F.J.D. 2026
W.I.F. Music Centre
E.D.L. 233/73 No.2


Federal Maple Corea &Company E.D.L. 258/73 No. 1

Federal Maple Corea &Company Hadaway Stores 2255

Federal Maple Corea & Company Hadaway Stores 2254


31. 7.73 Federal Maple Corea &Company R.N.E. 2257


12. 7.73 Geest Star


Geest Industries Baynes


10 pkgs.


Foodstuff


2 pails Lard
1 case Plastic Fittings
1 only Car No. 4707
2 cases Cotton/Nylon
Knittedware
62 Ctns. Plastic Articles
2 drums Lacquer (Red
Label)
50 ctns. Chicken Noodle
Soup
2 1 case Merchandise
3 bales Leadwool
3 1 T'Chest Claw-hammers
3 1 bale Claw-hammers
1 ctn. Butter
92 ctns. Limacol, Patents,
Pharmaceutical
3 ctns. Pharmaceuticals
5 ctns. Glassware
2 ctns. Boxes
2 pallets S.T.C. 102 ctns.
Beer
1 case Advertising mat-
erials
49 ctns. Coffee
25 ctns. Salami Sausages
1 case Mosquito Coils
1 case Cotton Nylon goods
4 case Loudspeakers
1 case Cotton Knitted
Ware
1 case Nylon Knitted
Ware .
1 case Nylon Knitted
Ware -
1 case Nylon Knitted
Ware -
1 case Nylon Knitted
Ware
3 only Remould Car Tyre


BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE


18. 5.73
18. 5.73
18. 5.73


L.I.A.T.
"


18. 5.73 L.I.A.T.

19. 5.73 L.I.A.T.

5. 6.73 L.I.A.T.
8. 6.73 L.I.A.T.

9. 6.73 L.I.A.T.

14. 6.73 L.I.A.T.

15. 6.73 L.I.A.T.'


L.I.A.T.


L.I.A.T.
L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.
L.I.A.T.
L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.


V. Molly 10792922
Book Shop 2650362
Wayfare Bookstore
2650443
Corea & Company
34550515
Canadian Imperial
4082990
Add Svd 00031220
Royal Bank of
Canada 12030255
Sh'ipwreck Shop
1401795
R. H. Charles" '
2929113
E. D. Laype, ,
2896751f' "


1 S/c Personal Effects
1 pkg. Magazines

1 pkg. Magazines

1 pkg. Ships Manifest
1 of 3 pkgs G.M.U.

2 pkgs. Wearing Apparel
1 pkg. Sports Equipment

1 pkg.

2 pkgs Wearing Apparel

4 of 19 Wearing Apparel
pkgs.








16 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 NOVEMBER, 1973.-(No. 63).


Conveyance Consignee


Marks & Nos.


Quantity & Decalred
Description Contents


BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE (Contd)


16. 6.73

16. 6.73

19. 6.73

19. 6.73

20. 6.73

22. 6.73
22. 6.73

22. 6.73
23. 6.73


26. 6.73

30. 6.73

21. 3.73

16. 6.73

22. 6.73

6. 7.73

6. 7.73


11. 7.73
18. 7.73

18. 7.73

20. 7.73

21. 7.73

14. 7.73

24. 7.73

24. 7.73

26. 7.73

26. 7.73

26. 7.73

27. 7.73

28. 7.73

28. 7.73
28. 7.73


2 of 4 Electronic Equip-
pkgs.
1 of 2 pkgs. Unknown

27 ctns. Cosmetics

1 pks. Pharmaceuticals

2 of 4 Truck Tyres
pkgs.
1 pkg. G.M.U.
2 of 4 Truck Tyres
pkgs.
1 pkg. G.M.U.
1 pkg. Gauge Gun
(Gun at Police
Station)
1 pkg. Books

1 pkg. Letter Opener


Carib West

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.
L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.
L.I.A.T.


L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

Carib West

Carib West

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.


L.I.A.T.
L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.
L.I.A.T.


Carib West

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.
L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.
L.I.A.T.


L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

Carib West

Carib West

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.


L.I.A.T.
L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.
L.I.A.T.


Barclays Bank
2674000
E. D. Layne
2657666
Caribbean Investors
00119770
Royal Bank
51277402
Ralphi Alves
2680311
Add Svd 2651283
Ralp'hi Alves
2680311
Add Svd 2651294
Mr. Dennis Gibson
10002182

Star Garage
3614711
Shipwreck Shop
1401889
Canadian Imperial
Bank 92177846
St. Vincent Television
2831776
Add Svd
2651180
Roys Intl. Sales
37748992
Mr. Herbert Fis'hier
2968956

Add Svd. 09447314
Mrs. Adina Harry
0136345
Bennett Investments
39715546
Rev. Beryl Baird
2961210
Roys Intl. Soles
02637748992
Top Fashion
0234
J. G. Danielson
04403070
Cyril Liverpool
3085095
Barclays Bank
2436836
Royal Bank
2784272
Royal Bank
2784272
Caribbean Investors
Group 2948820
Barclays Bank
139893
E.D.L. & S 134893
Bruce 0. Bonadie
12357741


1 pkg.
I pkg.

1 pkg.
pkgs.


Printed Matter
G.M.U.

G.M.U.
Printed Forms


KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


[ Price 30 cent.. I


Date
Ware-


1 pkg.

2 pkgs.

1 pkg.

I of 2
pkgs.
1 pkg.


Unknown

Electronic Equip-
ment
News Print

Cutlery

Hurricane Lamps


1 pkg. Flour
1 pkg. Fer.'cral Eff cts

10 ctns. Plastic Pitchers

1 drum Personal Effects

1 of 2 pkgs. Cutlery

I of 4 pkgs. Unknown

1 pkg. Diving Equipment
1 pkg.
4 pkgs. Merc&.andise

6 ctns. Wearing Apparel

1 of 3 pkgs. Wearing Apparel

2 of 3 pkgs. Wearing Apparel


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,






109


SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1973, No. 38.


PRICE AND DISTRIBUTION OF GOODS (NO. 7) (AMENDMENT)
ORDER, 1973.

Gazetted 13th November, 1973.

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Price and Distribution
of Goods (No. 7) (Amendment) Order, 1973, and shall be read as one with
the Price and Distribution of Goods (No. 2) Order, 1971 (S.R. & 0. No. 27
of 1971) (hereinafter referred to as the principal Order) and all amend-
ments thereto.
2. Principal Order Amended. The principal Order is hereby amended
by revoking that part of the Schedule relating to "Local meat-Beef fresh,
unrefrigerated and unprocessed" and replacing the same as follows:-


Specified Article


Local meat-Beef fresh,
unrefrigerated and unprocessed
Hind quarters (excluding
hocks and flank) and shoulder
blades
Front quarters, (including brisket,,,
liver, heart and flank) .
Tail, tongue, kidneys .....
Lungs, head, tripe, heel, soupbones ......


Maximum
Wholesale
Price







s "-


Maximum
Retail
Price




;$1.50 per lb.

/ $1.33 per lb.
$1.04 per lb.
58 per lb.


Made by the (Aovernor under section 3 (1) of the, Price and Distribution
of Goods Act, 1970 (No. 47 of 1970) this 7th day of November, 1973.
0. E. LEIGERTWOOD.
Secretary to the Cabinet.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


x- 3^ .9-J'
39/jrs -


E Price 4 cents. I


1973.

















SAINT VINCENT.

Act No. 23 of 1973.
I Assent
RUPERT G. JOHN,
[ L. S. ] Governor.
9th November, 1973.

AN ACT to provide for the control of the importation, sale,
storage a.,d use of pesticides.

[ 13th November, 1973. ]

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by
and with the advice and con ent of the House of Assembly of
Saint Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-

1. This Act may be cited as the Pesticides Control Act, Short title,
1973:

2. In this Act the full terms and expressions shall have Interpretation.
the following meaning:-
"advertisement" includes any representations by any
means whatsoever, for the purpose of promoting -
directly or indirectly the sale or other distribution
of any pesticide; /

"agriculture" includes dairy farming, the production
and storage of any produce which is grown for coi-
sumption or other use for the purpose of a trade o "
business or any other undertaking, whether carrie '., .
out for profit or not, and the use of land for grazing,\ / *
meadow and pasture land or woodland or for market \-
gardens or nursery grounds;









No. 23. Pesticides Control. 1973.


"Board" means the Pvsticides Control Board
esialblished under Section 4(1);
"conlainer" incliidcs anything ill which a pesticide
is wholly or partly con';a11ied, ]pinced or packed;
extermination nwmeans the use of pesticides for ihe
destruction or control of pests in a building, vehicle,
shi), aircrafI, wlhelher on land or any other environ-
3-;ent ;
"inspector" means an inspector appointed for the
purpose of this Act under Section 4(7);
"iabel" inludes anv lc,2''nd. word or mark attached
to, included in, belonging to or accompanying any
pesticide;
"naimufne ire''" includes formulation, compounding,
or synthesis;
packaging'' means the activity of putting pesticides
in containers for sale or ditribution:
'p. -t"mne n any insct. rodent, bird, fish, mollusc,
nematode, fliing[1s, weed, micro-organism, virus or
other kind of plant or animal life which is injurious,
troublesoIne or undes'ial) e to crops, produce, pro-
cessed f'oids, wood, elothes, fabrics or other inanimate
objects or which is obije'tionable from the viewpoint
of public health and hygiene. It also includes
ectoparas tes of aman, or o(to(parasites or elidoparasites
of animals except that, by regulations, any pest may
be specificaIlly included or excluded;
"pest control operator" ineans any person who, by
himself or his employee's, assistants or agents, carries
out an extermination ;
"pesticid, "' ans any product proposed or used for
controlling' a pest;
"prodnue" means aniy articles grown for consuipt ionl
or for other use after severance from the land on
which it was grown, and includes such articles after
severance, and also any articles ordinarily used or
or that may be used in the composition of food for
human beings and domestic and farm animals, but
does not 'nelude growing crops;
"worker" means a person employed whose employ-
ment includes the use and handling of pesticides;









No. 23. P(sticidcg Control. 1973.


Any reference in this Act to a contravention of any pro-
vision shall include a reference to a failure to comply with that
provision.

3. (1) The Governor may make Rrguhitions for carrying, Powers of
into effect the provisions of this Act a:.d in particular, may the Governor
make e-i to make
make Regulations: Regulations.
(a) prohibiting the ma mnfn ture, pa L., import-
ation, advertisement, sale and use of particular
pesticides or classes thereof;

(b) controlling the manufacture, packing, importation,
transportation within St. Vincent, advertisement
and sale or other distribution of particular pesti-
cides or classes thereof.

(c) controlling the use of p sticides in agriculture
generally, or on particular crops or pests;

(d) controlling the use of pesticides on produce during
its storage and transportation;

(e) controlling the conditions under which pesticides
are stored;

(f) protecting workers against the risk of poisoning
or other injury by pesticides through their employ-
ment on land on which pesticides are being or have
been used, or in any premises in which pesticides
are or have been u sed, stored, manufactured or
packaged;
(g) protecting the interests of owners, occupiers or
users of land or prem ises adjacent to land or
premises on or in which pesticides are used, stored,
manufactured or packaged;
(h) prescribing the permissible level of any psticide
in any particular kind of produce at the time of
marketing.









No. 23. Pesticid'es Control. 1973.


(2) Without prejudice to the generality of the provis-
ions of Subsection (1) of this Section, such Rgulation may
make provisions:
(a) as to the quantities and kinds of pesticides which
may be imported or manufavturetl, the types of
container in which such substances may be import-
ed and transported, within St. Vincent, and offered
for sale or otherwise distributed, and as to the
labelling of such containers and their subsequent
disposal; and as to the disposal of surplus or un-
wanted stocks of pesticides;

(b) requiring the keeping and inspection of records
and the furnishing of returns and other informa-
tion about the stocks, sale and use or disposal of
pesticides;

(c) imposing restrictions or conditions as to the pur-
poses for which, the circumstances in which, or the
methods by means of which particular pesticide( s
or classes thereof may be used, including restric-
tions or conditions involving a prohibition of the
use thereof in particular circumstances;

(d) imposing restrictions or obligations on pest con-
trol operators;

(e) imposing obligations on employers of workers
employed to work as described in Subsection (1)
paragraph (f) of this Section, on such workers
themselves, and on other persons;

(f) requiring the provision by employers, manufac-
turers or workers, and the keeping in good order
and tile production when required by an inspector
or a person anthoris,.d, by the Board under See-
tion 5, of protective clothing and equipment, of
facilities for washing and cleaning, ind of other
things needed for protecting persons, clothing,
equipment, and appliances from contamination by
pesticides, or for removing sources of contamina-
tion therefrom;

(g) requiring the observance of precautions against
poisoning by pesticides including the use of things








No. 23. P(sticid(s Control. 1973.


provided in accordance with the Regulations and
including abstention from eating, drinking and
smoking in circIumstances involving risk of poison-
ing by pesticides;

(h) securing intervals between, or limitations of,
periods, of exposure to risks of poisoning by pesti-
cides.

(i) requiring the observances of special precautions in
the case of persons who, by reason of their state of
health, age or other circumstances, are subject to
particular risks of poisoning by pesticides, or
imposing in the case of persons so subject pro-
hibitions, whether temporary or permanent, or
restrictions, on employment for working as detailed
in Subsection (1) paragraph (f) of this Section;

(j) prescribing measure, s for investigating and detect-
ing cases in which poisoning by pesticides have
occurred or may reasonably be thought to have
occurred including the collection of samples, an-
alyses, and medical examinations;

(k) requiring the provision, and keeping in good order,
and use of facilities for preventative and first aid
treatment;

(1) requiring the provision of, and submission to, in-
struction and training in the use of things pro-
vided in pilrsuanee of the R gulations, and in the
observance of precautions;

(m) prescribing standards for the composition or any
other property or method of analysis or test of
pesticides;

(n) prescribing the manner of applying for licences
and the granting of licences by the Board for the
importation sale or oilier distribution, and use of
any pesticide before its importation, sale and uT-
in St. Vincent for any purpose dealt with in the
Act or the Regulations made hereunder;








No. 23. Pls!ici(hs Control. 1973


(3) Regulations under this Section may:

(a) make different provisions to meet different cir-
(cumstancets and 1 int particular differences in conm-
position of lth substances dealt with and their
poisonous effect's under different conditions and on
different classes of persons; and

(b) provide for the exemption of particular cases or of
particular persons from the operation of part or
all of the Regulations.

Establishment 4 (1). There is hereby established a Board called the
of Pesticides Posticides Control Board.
Control Board.
(2) The Board shall consist of the Chief Agricultural
Of',Icer, the Senior 1J(edki( Officer one other technical Officer
and Ihree oiler persons appointed by the Goverior and who
shall old office at the pleasure of the Governor,

(3) The Chairman of the Board shall 1) the Chief
Agricultural Officer, or in his absence, the Senior Medical Officer.

(4) The quorum of the Board shall be three.

(5i The Board shall appoint an officer of the 2linistry
of Agri'ientute [o b, Sec retary to the Board.

(6) The functions of the UIocrd shall be to advise the
Governor in making ReOgilations hereunder and to put into
effect the provisions of this Act and the Regulations made pur-
suant their, to.

(7) Th'e Inispectors, who slall be selected from aintig
p: '''i lticrs, mayv from time to time be appointed by the Board
for he )purpses of Seelioni 6 of this Act and shall perform their
functions under t We dir'(tion of the Board. The Board shall
furnish each Inslector with a certificate of appoint ent and
publish such appointments in the Gazelte.

(8) The expenses of the Board shall be defrayed out of
such sums as may be generally or specially provided for the
purpose by the House of Assemlhy in the annual estimates of
revenue and expenditure of the State.







No. 23. Pesticides Control. 1973.


5. (1) The Board may, for the purpose of the execution Authorisation
of this Act or Regulations made thereunder, authorise either of entry.
generally or specially in writing any inspector to enter at all
reasonable time between the hours of 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., but
subject to the provisions of Subsection (2) of this Section,
any land or premises to which this Section applies.

(2) A person so authorised shall, before entering any
land or premises to which this Section applies, produce, if so
required, the instrument authorising him to enter, and shall
before entering any dwelling house other than a dwelling house
in which there are, or are reasonably believed by him to be,
washing facilities or other things provided in pursuance of the
provisions of this Act and Regulations made thereunder for the
use of persons not living in such dwelling house, cause twenty-
four hours notice of the intended entry to be given to the
occupier of such dweling house.

(3) This Section applies to any land or premises:

(a) on which a pesticide is being or has recently been
or is about to be used, manufactured, sold, pack-
aged or stored;

(b) which is being used or has recently been used or
is about to be used for a purpose connected with
the use, manufacture, sale, packaging, or storage
of a pesticide;

(e) on which things required by the Regulations muna
under this Act to be provided or done are provided
or done; or

(d) which the person authorised by the Board to enter
has reasonable cause to believe to be land or prem-
ises falling within any of the preceding paragraphs
of this Subsection.

6. (1) An inspector shall have power to do all or any of Powers of
the following things for the purpose of the execution of this Act inspectors.
or of Regulations made thereunder, that is to say:-
(a) to require the production of, and to inspect,
examine and copy registers, records or other docu-
ments kept for the purpose of or required to be
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(h) to make such examinations and enquiri, s as may
be necessary lo ascertain whether the provisions of
this Act a id of Reguiations made thereunder are
complied with;

o:) to require nny p rson whom lihe finds o11n such laid
or premises a ls arc me ioned in Sulisection (3) of
Section 5 of this Act to give such information as it
is in his power to give as to who is llhe occupier
thereof or the employ,r of workers employed to
work thereon;

(d) to interview in the presence of another person,
with respect to I ie observance of the provisions of
this Act )r of the R regulations made thereunder,
any person whom he finds on such iand or premises
as are mentioned in the said Subsectlion (3) of Se.-
tiol 5 or who1ml ho has reasonable cause to believe
is, or has been within the preceding months,
employed to work thereon, aind to require any such
person to be so examined and to sign a declaration
of the truth of the matters respecting which lihe
is so interviewed: Provided that no one shall
be requiredI under tills provision to answer any
questions or to give evidence, tending to inerimin-
ate himself;

(e) in the case of an inspector who is a duly qualified
medical practitioner, to carry out medical exam-
inations:

(f) to take samples as detailed in Section 9 of this Act;

(g) to seize and detain for such time as may be neces-
sary any article by means of, or in relation to
which lihe reasonably believed any provision of this
Act or of Regulations made thereunder have been
violated.

(hi) to exercise such other powers as may be necessary
for carrying into effect this Act and the Regula-
tions made thereunder.

Ohstruction of (2) A person shall ie deemed to obstruct an inspector
inspectors. in the execution of his powers iuder this Act if he wilfully







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delays an inspector in the exercise of any power under this
Section, or fails to comply with any requirements of an inspector
made in pursuance of this Section, or conceals or prevents, or
attempts to conceal or prevent any person from appearing before
or being examined by an inspector under this Section;

(3) (a) Subject to the provisions of section 4 (7) Seized Articles.
and section 9 of this Act an inspector shall release an article
seized by him under this Act when. lie is satisfied that all
the provisions of this Act and of Regulations made thereunder
have been complied with;

(b) Any article seized under this Act may at the option
of an inspector be kept or stored in the building or
place where it was seized or may at the direction
of an inspector be moved to any other proper place.
(c) Where an inspector has seized an article under this
Act and the owner thereof or the person in whose
possession the article was at the time of seizure
consents to the destruction thereof the article shall
be thereupon forfeited to Her Majesty and may be
destroyed or otherwise disposed of as the Board
may direct.

7. (1) Any person who- Offences and
punishment.
(a) contravenes any provision of the Regulations
made under this Act;

(b) obstructs an inspector in the execution of his
powers or duties under this Act or Regulations
made thereunder;

(c) removes, filters or interferes in any way with
any article seized under this Act without the
authority of an inspector;
(d) wilfully makes a false entry in a register, record
or return or other document kept or furnished in
pursuance of Regulations made under this Act, or
wilfully makes use of such false entry, or wilfully
makes or signs as being a declaration required by
an inspector in pursuance of this Act a declaration
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(2) Any person guilty of an offence against this Act
shall be liable on summary conviction to be disqualified for
such period as the Magistrate may deem necessary from hold-
ing. or obtaining any licence to import, sell or use pesticides
for which provision may be made in this Act or in Regulations
made hereunder. and to a fine not exceeding two hundred and
fifty dollars, and, if a contravention of a provision of this Act
or of Regulations made thereunder in respect of which a
person has 'been convicted is continued by him after his con-
victi.'n, he shall be guilty of a further offence and liable in
respect thereof to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars for each
day on which the contravention is so continued.
(3) Where a contravention of a provision of Regula-
tions made under this Act consists in a failure to do anything
at or within a time specified in the Regulations, and the Regu-
lations provide that this Subsection shall apply to a failure so
to do it. the contravention shall be deemed to continue until
that thing is done.
(4) The Court, may without prejudice to other appli-
cable penalties, order:
(a) that the articles in respect of which an offence
, has been committed be confiscated at the place
where they have been found;
(b) where the court considers that such confiscation
be also made in different parts of the country
where stocks are held';
(c) that after confiscation, the articles in question
should either be modified to bring them into con-
formity with the existing provisions or else be
destroyed.
(5) Where an offence against this Act which has
been committed by a body corporate is proved to have been
committed with the consent or connivance of, or to be attri-
butable to any neglect on the part of any director, manager,
secretary or other similar officer of the body corporate, or any
person purporting to act in any such capacity, he as well as the
body corporate shall be deemed to be guilty of that offence
and shall be liable to be proceeded against and punished
accordingly.
(6) In Subsection (5) of this Section, the expression
"director" in relation to any body corporate which is established
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under public ownership any industry or undertaking and whose
affairs are managed by the members thereof, means a member
of that body.
8. (1) A person against whom proceedings are brought
under this Act shall, upon information duly laid by him and on
giving to the prosecution not less than three clear days notice
of his intention, be entitled to have brought before the court
in the proceedings any person to whose act or default he
alleges that the contravention was due, and, if after the con-
travention has been proved the original defendant proves that
the contravention was due to the act or default of that other
person, that other person may be convicted of the offence, and,
if the original defendant further proves;
(a) that he has used all due diligence to secure that
the provision in question was complied with, and
(b) that the said other person's act or default was
without his consent, connivan.,e or wilful default,
he shall be acquitted of the offence.

(2) Where a defendant seeks t.) avail himself of
provisions of Subsection (1) of this Section:-
(a) the prosecution as well as the person whom the
defendant charges with the offence shall have the
right to cross-examine the defendant, if he gives
evidence, and any witness called by him in
support of his pleas, and to call re-butting
evidence;
(b) the court may make such order if it thinks fit for
the payment of costs by any party to the proceed-
ings to any other party thereto.

(3) Where it appears to the Director of Public Prose-
cutions that an offence has been committed in respect of which
proceedings might be taken under this Act against some person
and the Director of Public Prosecutions is reasonably satisfied
that the offence of which the complaint is made was due to an
act or default of some other person and that the first named
person could establish a defence under Subsection (1) of this
Section, he may cause proceedings to be taken against that
other person without first causing proceedings to be taken
against the first mentioned person. In any such proceedings
the defendant may be charged with, and, on proof the con-


Defence avail-
able in certain
circumstances to
persons charged
where some
other person is
responsible.


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travention was due to his act or default, be convicted of the
offence with which the first-mentioned person might have been
charged.

Provisios as to 9. (1) Aln inspector may-
Samples.
(a) take samples without payment from seized
articles, or purchase or0 take samples of any
articles to which this Act or the Regulations made
hereunder apply when in use, or when exposed
for sale, or in storage or transport; and submit
them to an analyst for analysis;
(b) take samples without payment for any articles to
which this Act or the Regulations made here-
under apply when imported into Saint Vincent but
not delivered to the importer out of the charge
of Customs; and submit them to an analyst for
analysis.

(2) An inspector taking a sample under the provisions
of Sub-Section (1) of this Section with the intention of having
it analysed shall, if practicable, forthwith after taking it give
information of his intention to the owner and shall then and
there divide the sample into parts each part to be marked
and sealed or fastened up in such manner as its nature will
permit, and shall-
(a) if required to do so by 1 he owner so informed,
deliver one part to him;
(b) retain one part for future comparison, and
(c) if the inspector th'nk fit to have an analysis made,
submit one part to an analyst.
(3) Where it is not practicable for an inspector to
give information of his intention so mentioned in Sub-Section
(2) of this Section to the owner, the inspector shall, if he
intends to have tlie samples analysed, forward to his last
known address one pari of the sample to him by registered
post or otherwise, together with a notice informing him that
he intends to have the sample analysed.
(4) (a) Notwithstanding the above Sub-Sections
(2) and (3) where in the opinion of the inspector
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would interfere with analysis or examination, the
inspector may, subject to paragraph (b) seal and
submit the entire sample for analysis or examina-
tion. In such a case the analyst shall, on opening
the sealed sample prior to analysis, divide it into
two parts and keep one part for future com-
parison;
(b) where the owner objects to the procedure provided
for in paragraph (a) at the time the sample was
obtained, and supplies at his own expense a
sufficient quantity of the article, the inspector
shall follow the procedure described in Sub-
Section (2).

(5) For the purposes of this Section the expressions
"article" or "article to which this Act and the Regulations
made hereunder apply" include:
(a) any pesticide, or produce to which a pesticide may
have been applied;
(b) anything used for the manufacture, packaging,
storage, application or use thereof;
(c) any labelling, packaging or advertising material
which relates to a pesticide.
(6) For the purpose of 'the above Sub-Section (2),
(3) and (4), the expressions "owner" shall include any of the
following-
(a) the owner of the article, or his servant or
employee;
(b) the person in whose possession the article was
found;
(c) the owner or occupier of any land or premises or
vehicle in which, or in transit to or from which,
the article was found;
(d) the employer of any worker to work in connection
with the use of pesticides on such land or premises.
(7) A document purporting to be a certificate by an
analyst as to the result of an analysis of a sample shall in
proceedings under this Act be admissible as evidence of the










P( slicidces Con trol.


Application to
the Crown.


Confirmation of
Regulations.


matters stated therein, but either party may require the person
by whom the analysis was made to be called as a witness.
(8) In ;ny proceedings under this Act in which the
prosecutor inlends to rely on evidence relating to a sample
taken under this Seclion, the summons shall not be made
returnable less than fourteen days from the day on which it was
served, and a copy of any certificate of analysis obtained on
behalf of the prosecutor shall be served with the summons.
(9) The court before which any proceedings are taken
under this Act may if it thinks fit having regard to any request
made by a party to the proceedings, cause the part of any
sample retained for future comparison as specified in Sub-
Sections (2) and (4) (a) of this Section to be sent to an analyst,
other than the analyst, whose certificate is then before the
court, who shall make an analysis and shall transmit to the
court a certificate of the result thereof, and the court shall,
upon the determination of the proceedings, make such order as
it thinks fit as to the cost incurred in respect of such analysis.
(10) If, in a ease where an appeal is brought no action
has been taken under the preceding provisions of this Section
those provisions shall apply also in relation to the court by
which the appeal is heard.
(11) In this Section analystt" means an analyst
approved by the Governor for the purpose of this Act.
10. This Act and Regulations thereunder shall bind the
Crown, but Regulations under the Act may provide for modifi-
cations or exceptions in the application of this Act or such
Regulations to, or in relation to, the Crown.
11. Every Regulation made by the Governor under this
Act shall be laid before the House of Assembly within twenty-
one days:


Passed in the Hou,, of Assembly this 1st day of Novccmbr, 1973.
OWEN CUFFY.
Clerk of the House of Assembly.


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SAINT VINCENT.

Act No. 24 of 1973.
I Assent
RUPERT G. JOHN,
[ L. S. ] Governor.
9th November, 1973.
AN ACT to amend the Summary Conviction Offences
Ordinance, Cap. 14.
[ 13th November, 1973. ]
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty,
by and with the advice and consent of the House of Assembly
of Saint Vincent and by the authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Act may be cited as the Summary Conviction Short title.
Offences (Amendment) Act, 1973, and shall be read as one
with the Summary Conviction Offences Ordinance, (herein- Cap. 14,
after referred to as the principal Ordinance) and all amend-
ments thereto.
2. Subsection 45 of section 120 of the principal Ordinance Section 120
is hereby amended by the addition thereto after the words (45) of the
"any town," of the following:- principal


Orudi
am.id e : .
"or village". ..
/ C ,, 1"
Passed in the House of Assembly this 1st day of November, 19 3.
OWE FFYQ ,i
Clerk of the Hou Ass"qly.


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