VOL. 107.] SAINT VINCENT. TI'ESDAY. 11 JUNE. 1974. No. 29
ISSUE NO. 7
Tenders are invited for the issue of St. Vincent (6overiinent Treasury Rills
which will be made to the amount of one million, eight hundred thollsand dollars
These Bills will be in denominal ions of $500. $1.000. $5.000, $10.000. '$50,000,
$100.000 auiL.will be payable at par ninety-one days after the date of issue.
They will be issued on Tuesday 18th June, and will be payable on Tuesday 17th
Each lender must be for an amount of not less than $1.000, and must
specify the amount which h will he given for every one hundred dollars of the
Application forms are available at the Treasury and the Co'mmereial Banks,
and when complleted should be forwarded to tlhe F'inancial Secretary. Ministry
of Finance in sealed envelopes addressed:-
Treasurit Bill 7'T 1dhr
The Financial Secretary
Ministry of Finance
Applications must reach the Ministry of
Friday 14th June, 1974.
iughlisleh by Authority
14.4 SAINT VIN(ENT, TUESDAY, 11 JU[NE, 1974.-(No. 2!).
Successful appllica nts will be notified not later than Monday ]7th Jiue,
The (ov lermlentit of St. Vincent reserves the right to aci'ept or reject any
tender in whole or in part.
ministry of Finance
22nd May, 1974.
"Approval has been given for the foul-
lowing promotions in the Customs andi
Customs and Excise Departmnent AMinis-
try of Finance aid Inf'ormation with
effect from 1st .Jainary 1974:--
* (1) Mr. 1B. liAILEY, ,ui1ior C(lstomllS
Officer as Senior (Custiomts Offic'er;
(2) Mrs. M. ScRI'nB, .Junlior Custoims
SO)fficer as Senior customss Ofticer.
11th Juie, 1974.
VACANT POST OF LABOUR
COMMISSIONER, ST. VINCENT.
Applications are invited for t he
vacant post of Labour Conlimissiolner,
Ministry of Ionle Affairs, Labour and
Tourisiim, St. Vincent.
The post is pensionable and carries a
fixed salary of $10.20)() per aminiui. A
transport allowance is p aa y i le illt
accolrdiance with local regulations.
Qullarters are not provided.
The officers selected will bc lead of lihe
Labour Departmenit. lle, she will be
required to advise tlie Ministry for
Labour oll all labouti matters inl tlie
State alld to ensure tlth proper adminli-
isiatliol of all laws relating to labotlur
mailers; also to submit il recomllttled-
alions regardilig lie conditions of
(e ploy enll ilt of labollrers, to deal will
all disputes between laborers ind
iimployvers lland ito performil allny other
didlies not iincosistent with those of a
Labour Co(m llissionler, that may be
allocated to him from time to time.
Applications stating age, qualifica-
tionIs and experience and accoimpanie(l
bv at last two recently testimonials,
should be siubmittted to tie Chief Per-
sonllnel ( Officer, Service (Col mmiissiolns
Depalrtm lent. Kingstown. St. Vilnent,
1.to reach hiii not laler thliai 201h Ji Juie,
41th Jiue, 1974.
POST OF PRIVATE SECRETARY,
Applications ;ar invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for tlie vilcilnt
post of P'rivate Screttary, (lovernmi:cit
T'le pos1 is peinsiollable and sllalay
will be plaid iln he scale $.51I00 X
$:3()() X I(li( ).
The successful applicant tmust he a
~ten)ograpllher. An applicant poss <-
inll English i Langlage. Certificates in
Shforhand and Tvping-r from a recog-
nized Institute.,. mnd at least iwo (21
e1i ars experience ;is a Secretary, will
11ave O nl aidvanllt ge.
Appli)al ] 1iois. oii'nipaTiied lby iw\ (2)
recent Iestimonials and proof of qu;ifi-
cat ion should be addressed to tile Chief
IPersoinnel Officer, Service (oi'nnissiouns
Department, Kinigstown to reach him
not later than 20th Juine 1974. Persons
in the Pulliic Servie shoihl apply
through their lermiiaent Secreta ries
and I leads of Departments.
41h .1 iule, 1974.
VAcANT PosTS OF ENGINEER-, Pl'I LIC
WORiKcs )EPArI'TMENT. MINxIS'TRY FOR
COMMl-NI(CATIONS & WORKS,
ST. VlxNC NT
A)plicaiotions are invited from suit-
ably (qualified, persons for apploitliientei
to two (2) posts of Engineer in tile
Public Works I)epartiment of the Min-
isiry of ('omniinnications & Works, St.
3. Engineer for lRoad.s-(1 Post)
A. To be responsible to the chieff
Engineer or his Deputy Ifor
.thlie Coilstruction anlld mainl-
tenallce of highways and
'. feeder roads in St. Vinicent
t o gel her with associated
dlrainlage andl other strull'-
1 tllres in accordalice with,
SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JUNE, 1974.-(No. 29). 145
B. To form, operate and control
Road_ Maintenance I'nits for
the maintenance of public
C. To prepare and maintain ani
inventory of public roads alnd
to prepare, cost and control
minor projects for road im-
Iprovements and for feeder
D. To organise on-the-job traiin-
Sing of roads for supervisory
staff and plant operators.
E. To form and operate a con-
struction Materials Lablora-
tory (in association with
Crown Agents Road Recon-
struction Team currently
operating in St. Vincent).
F. To control quarrying opera-
tions iln support of govern-
menlt works and to arrange
necessary geological a n d
other surveys for further
Buildings Enyinac r-(1 Post)
A. To be responsible to the Chief
Engineer or his Deputy for
the construction and main-
tenance of Public Buildings
in St. Vincent both by con-
tract and by direct labour
in acecordaice with annual
B. To prepare project apprais-
als for buildings and major
structures, employing con-
Ssultallts as necessary for
sulbmission to government
-and to outside aid agencies.
C, To act as Buildings Adviser,
as required, on planning
approvals for private and
commercial development pro-
jects and to advise the
Development Cor)pration of
St. Vincent on buildings
D. 'To control. iln consultation
with outside architects as
required, the functioning of
the architectural design office
and its staff.
' Qualifications: Candidates should be
in the age group of 24-32, should hold
a.recognised degree in Civil or Struc-
tural Engineering and should have a
minimum of three years appropriate
post-graduate experience. Preference
will be accorded to candidates who are
citizens of the Conmmonealth Carib-
bean alnd whose qualifications can be
expected to lead to Chartered Engineer
SOliary: The posts are pensionable
and in tile scale V 16--i ($6,300 X $300
--$i.(i00 X $3(i0-.$8,40(),i$8,760 X $160
Applications should he aceeomlpanied
by evidence of qualifications along with
two recent testimonials and should be
,tddresscd to the chieff Personnel Officer,
Service ('omlluissions Department, Kings-
town, St. Vincent, to reach him not
later than 2Sthl June, 1!74.
llth June, 1974.
VACANT POST OF DEPUTY CIIIEF
ENGINEER, MINISTRY OF COMMUNICA-
TIoNs & WORKS, ST. \INCENT
Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for the post of Deputy
Chief Engineer in the Public Works
Department of Hie Ministry of Com-
munications &, Works, St. Vincent.
Salary: Tile salary of the post is.
fixed at $11,400 per annum in the s.-ale
V 4. The post is a new one.and will be.
made pensionable in due course.
Dutics: The Deputy Chief Engineer
will be required to act executively for
the Chief Engineer on the design, con-
struction and maintellance on roads,
airfields, buildings and structures and
for him in his absence on leave or duty
out of the State. He will control on
behalf of the Chief Engineer-both fin-
ancially and technicaally-all new works
in the above fields either by contract or
by direct labour. lie will be responsible
for the efficient functioning of the Roads
and Buildings Divisions (both of wli('ch
will he headed by an Engineer) the
SurveyB-ranicl and the Drawing Office.
Quilificalion.s: Tie candidate must
'be a suitably qualified Civil Engineer
with at least 8 years postgraduate
qualifieationl experience of which at least
4 years must have been spent in a senior
engineering post i:i a U'Government Ser-
vice. le' would be expected to be in the
age group of 35-45 years, and prefer-
ence will be accorded to one who is a
citizen of the Commonwealth Caribbean
and who, is not already a Chartered
16 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JUNE, 19T4.--No. 29).
Engineer, can- be expected to obtain
Chartered Status following two years in
the substantive post.
Terms of Serrice: The successful can-
didate will le expected to serve for a
prob:ltionary period of one year. if his
appointulent is on a permanent and
pensionable basis. Ile miay also be
ao)pointed on a three-year contract. Tihe
salary of tih poiost is subject to review.
ipriodicolly together with other public
service salaries and is not negotiable.
Applications should he accompanied
1b evidence of qualifications aloirc with
tw-, recent testimonials and should be
addrosseI to the Chief Persoilwl Offi-
cer, Service Commissions Departmen.,
Kinigtown, St. Vineent, to rie'ch himi
nom Inter than 28th June. 1974.
11th June, 1974.
('onselquent upon a decision taken at
.a meeting of the Salaries Conumissiion
Appointed by Government to review
salaries ai'nd allowances of Public )Offi:
cers, held on ; 5th June, 1974. Staif
Associations and individuals in the
Public Service are invited by the Com-
mission to submitit written memoranda'
within the following -framework:-
(a) direct or phased increase or
(b) cost of living allowance and
(c) such increases to be related to
efficiency in the performance of
Memoranda should be submitted in
.qiinituplicate to.Mr. A. \. LEWIS, Secre-
tary Shalaries Revision 'Commission, C'/o
Ministry of Education (ommun ity 'De-
velopmtent and Youth Affairs to reach
inh not later than 24th June, 1974.
Theli omissionn also invites interested
parties in the private sectqr to submit
nmemgranda- by 30th June, 1974.
Individuals seeking interviews with
the Commission are kindly asked to coin-
tact the Secretary at the Ministry above-
A. V. LEWIS,
Salaries Revision Comrnission.
11llth June, 1974.
lThe following Documents. are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 16.-Tariff Book
(Amendment) Order, 1974.
S.R. & (. No. 17.-Supplies Control
(Export Licenee Fees) Regula-
lllh June, 1974.
0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
11th June, 1974.
THIE OWNERS OF PU B L IC
(II.. l.T., R. & T. PLATES)
The attention of persons who own the
typh of vehicles mentioned above is
drawn to the provisions cont-aiied in
Regulations 20. and 21 of the Motor
Vehicle .and1 Roid Traffic -Regulations
1955, No. 35, and all amendments there-
no. whereby no licence may be issued or
-renewed for such vehicles unless the
Inspector certifies that the vehicle com-
plies with all provisions of the Ordin-
ance, and these Regulations.
The Inspector of Motor Vehicles will
be available at the Public. Works De-
partment Compound (Arnos Vale) daily
from 8.30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1.30 p.m.
to 4.00 p.m. except on Sundays and
Public Ilolidays to ensure that all the
above-mentiotned vehicles are inspected
and are road worthy before July 1, 1974.
Regulation 20 (6) requires that these
vehicles are examined twice annually,
that is. before 30th June and 31st
December each year.
R. T. O'GARRO,
Commissioner of Police.
SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JUNE, 1974.-(No. 29). 147
The Commissioner of Police would
like to draw the attention of the Public
to the following:-
BIRDS AND FISH PROTECTION
Any person who kills, -wounds, or
takes, any bird, or the eggs or nest of
any bird, specified iin the First Schedule
to this Ordinance, or who has in his
possession any such bird killed,
wounded or taken, or any part thereof,
or the eggs or nest of any such bird,
shall be guilty of an offence against
The First Schedule mentions among
other birds in St. Vincent the Parrot.
No person shall export from the
Territory any bird, or the skin or
plumage of any bird, enumerated in the
First Schedule to this Ordinance, or the
eggs or nest of any such bird, except
such birds, or the skins of such birds,
or such eggs or nest, as the Governor-
in-council may authorise to be killed
or under the provision of section 14
Any person infringing the provisions
of this section shall be guilty of an
offence against this Ordinance. The
penalty of which, according to Amend-
ment Act No. 4 of 1974; is $250 for the
first offence and $500 for the subsequent
offences or in default to three months
imprisonment. In all cases the speci-
mens would be forfeited.
Ministry of Trade,- Agriculture
and Grenadines Affairs.
17th May, 1974.
PURSUANT to Section 6 (2) of the
West Indies Associated States Supreme
Cpurt (Revision) Rules 1969 No. 20 of
1969 the. Puisne Judge assigned to the
State of Saint Vincent for the time being
has with the concurrence of the Acting
Chief Justice fixed Monday the 24th
day of June 1974 at 10 a.m. in the fore-
noon for the commencement of the June
SYLVIA J. BERTRAND,
High Court of Justice,
S Saint Vincent.
SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JUNE, 1974.-(Nof 29).
UNDER TIE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE NO. 11 OF 1948.
It is notified for g( -eral information that the Quarterly LIQUOR
LICENSING SESSION will be held in the undermentioned Parishes for tle
purpose of hearing applications from the applicants in their respective parishes,
for the granting of Certificates in accordance with the provisions of the Liquor
Licences Ordnance No. 11 of 1948, at the times and places stated herewith.
Time and Place of Session
St. Andrew & St. George
.... At the Court House, Kingstown on
Wednesday, 26th June, 1974 at 9.00
... At the Court House, Georgetown on
Monday, 17th June, 1974 at 10.00
.... At the Court House, Port Elizabeth
on Friday, 28th June, 1974 at 10.00
...... At the Court House, Union Island on
Monday, 24th June, 1974 at 10.00
Notice of intention to oppose the grant.of any certificate stating in general
terms the grounds of opposition must be served upon the applicant and upon
the Magistrate, not later than' seven (7) days before the date fixed for the
holding of the Licensing Session.
C. L. COLLYMORE,
A. E. CATO,
D. K. McINTYRE,
PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES
W. J. Abbott &
Noel O. Baynes
St. Vincent Yacht
Carlyle R. L. CricI
Gen. Merchant Bay Street
Barman Fair Hall
Club Ratho Mill
Merchant Fair Hall
Mason Richland Par
Shopkeeper Pauls Avenu
SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JUNE, '1974.-(No. 29).
Names of Occupation
Frank Weekes .
* Change of Class.
' Change of Holder.
STransfer of Premises.
PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
Price S0 ceant. ]
. 6 & 8
STATUTORY, RULES AND ORDERS,
1974, No. 16.
TARIFF BOOK (AMENDMENT) ORDER, 1974.
(Gazetted llth June, 1974).
1., Short title. This Order may be cited as the Tariff Book (Amendment)
Order, 1974, and shall be read as one with the Tariff Book (S.R. & 0. 1964,
No. 16) as amended from time to time.
2. Amendment to Tariff Book. The Tariff Book is hereby amended as
By inserting immediately after paragraph (h) of Part IV the following:-
/ 1. PAYMENT OF BILLS
(i) All charges assessed under this tariff are due as they
accrue and are payable within thirty days after presentation of
invoices. The Port Officer is authorised, in the event of delay or
failure to pay invoices when due, to withhold any or all services or
facilities until such invoices have been paid.
(ii) The Port Officer is further authorised in the event of delay
or failure to pay invoices when due, to demand payment of charges
in advance before further services are performed or facilities used,
(iii) The Port Offcer does no; recognize the numerous ship-
pers or consigners an' cannot.attempt to collect or assist in collect-
ing the dues and eh ores and other handling dues, storage, wharf
demurrage, and oth bjls whi'i may be passed on to the shippers
and consignees by vessel, its owners or agents. The Port
Officer shall be-pai glardlessof when-t- vessel, its owners or
agents are reimburse
(iv) The Port Offic y require;.' deposit of all charges in
advance which may accrue ainst a vessel, its owners or agents,
or against the cargo loaded or discharged by a vessel, or from
other users of the facilities. Use of the facilities may be denied
until such advance payments or deposits are made.
(v) Cash deposit by Master, Owner or vessel agent-
(a) ships of 180 net registered tons and
and over per ton unloaded-not
exceeding .... $10.00
(b) ships under 180 net registered tons per
ton loaded-not exceeding ..... $ 5.00
(vi) All vessels, their owners and agents, and all other users
of the harbours and facilities, shall be required to permit access to
manifests of cargo, passengers, documents, and all other documents
for the purpose of audit for 'ascertaining the correctness of reports
filed, or for securing necessary data to permit eoarree estimate
Made by the Governor under Section 4 of the Harbours (Due and Charges)
Ordinance, 1964, (No. 5 of 1964) this 5th day of June 1974.
O. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Secretary to the Cabinet.
PFMBDT BY THE QOVEBNMENT POINTER AT THE GOVIBWMEN'3 PBINDTaG OBcPICT
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCONT.
[ PaiMe 8 cents. ]
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,
1974, No. 17.
SUPPLIES CONTROL (EXPORT. LICENCE FEES)
(Gazetted 11th June, 1974).
1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as'the Supplies Control
(Export Licence Fees) Regulations, 1974.
2. Export Licence Fees. Export Licence fees shall be paid to 1he
Comptroller of Supplies on the articles set out in the Schedule below as
3. It shall be a summary offence to export any article listed in the
Schedule before paying the appropriate licence fee.
Article Export Licence Fee
Copra] crude oil nec
cooking oil/ 20% of the F.O.B. price
Livestock $5.00 per head
Fish (including ob ters) 20% of the F.O.B. price
Made by thl Go Q~ion 3 of the Supplies (Control) Ordinance.
1954 (No. 10 of 1954) t 4 ay o/June 1974.
0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Secretary to the Cabinet.
PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 4 cents. ]
'S /rs _'S