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Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
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Publication Date: September 3, 1974
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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

ifaulilrtb Autlritaz

VoL. 107.]. SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 SEPTEMBER, 1974. [No. 44.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES


No. 121.
WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED STATES
DOMINICA
ELIZABETH THE SECOND by the Grace of -God of the United Kingdom of
Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and. of Her Other Territories
Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith.,
[ L. S. ]
L. COOLS-LARTIQUE
Governor.

TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME.
GREETING
KNOW YE THAT WE reposing especial trust 'and confidence in the
loyalty, integrity and ability of Our Trusty and Well-Beloved- FRANCIS OTIIO
COLERIDGE HARRIS, Barrister at Law and Member of the Honourable Society of
-the Middle Temple, resident in Port of Spain, Trinidad, of Our especial grace,
certain knowledge and mere motion have thought fit to constitute and appoint
and by these Presents do constitute and appoint .the said FRANCIS OTHO
COLERIDGE HARRIs to be one of Our Counsel for Our Windward and Leeward
Islands Comprising .Our Associated States of Antigua, Dominica, Grenada,
'Saint Christopher, Nevis and Anguilla, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the
territories to which the jurisdiction of the West Indies Associated States
Supreme Court extends to hold and enjoy within the said States and territories
all and singular the RIGHTS, ALLOWANCES, PRIVILEGES AND PRE
EMINENCES to the said appointment belonging or appertaining in as full
and ample a manner as any other Our Counsel learned in the Law in any of '
the said States arid territories doth hold and enjoy or of right ought to have
held or enjoyed the same, and also the liberty of sitting and practising within
the Bars of the said States and territories as any of Our Counsel learned
JIaw do ought or may.













240 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 SEPTEMBER, 1974.-1(No. 44).


AND WE DO HEREBY DIRECT ANI ENJOIN that these Our Letters
Patent be published within Our said States and Colonies and be duly recorded
in the proper Office therein.
AND to the said ends aforesaid,. We have caused to Our Letters Patent to
be sealed with the Public Seal of Our States of Donminica.
Witness Our Trusty and Well-Beloved His Excellency SIR Louis CooLs-
LARTIGUE, O.B.E., Governor of Dominica, at Government House,
Dominica, this 13th day of August in the year of Our Lord One
Thousand nine hundred and seventy-four in the Twenty-Third
Year of Our Reign.

\ BY COjMMAND

G, N. HAMLET
Acting Secretary to the Goverwnor


No. 118.
COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP AND
FELLOWSHIP PLAN:
POST GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP IN
TROPICAL AGRICULTURE; 1973-1975
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

The -overnment of Trinidad and
Tobago has invited St. Vincent to nom-
inate a suitably qualified graduate for
the award of a Commonwealth Scholar-
ship in Tropical Agriculture.
2. The Scholarship is tenable from
October 1975, at the University of the
West Indies St. 'Augustine,, Trinidad.
The award will be for two years,in the
first instance.
3. The scholarship covers expenses
for .travel, living and study. Family
allowances are-payable, provided that
the scholar's family accompanies hint
to Trinidad and that his wife is not
employed. No passages are provided
for dependents, however.
4. Applicants should not have reach-
ea their 35th birthday by 1st October,
1975. Preference will be given to can-
didates between 22 and 28 years of age.
5. The successful candidate will be
required to sign a Bond, with sureties,
to return to St. Vincent for- a specified
period, on completion of his studies.
6. Applications, on Form T1, should
be submitted to the Chief Personpel
Officer for attention of Training Officer
by Thursday 31st October, 1974. The
names and addresses of three referees,
two of them persons under whom the
candidate has worked or studied,
should be submitted with the applica-u
tion forms. Copies of certificates and/
or diplomas should be attached.
7. Applications which are incomplete
or not supported by the required docu-
ments will not be entertained.
27th August, 1974.


No. 115.
Po'T OF WARDEN, NURSES HOSTEL,
NEW .MONTROSE; MINISTRY OF HEALTH,.
HOUSING AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT


Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for .the post of
Warden, at the Nurses' Hostel, New
Montrose.

Sualifications:
Applicants. should be mature females,.
over thirty (30) years of' age with a
good standard of' general education;
previous nursing experience will be an
advantage.

Salary:
$3,600 X 240-$4,800. The starting
point is dependent on qualifications and
experience.

Duties: -
The Hostel has accommodation for 50
nurses. The warden will be required to
maintain.order and discipline among the
resident nurses, and to promote their
general welfare. She will be responsi-
ble for the up-keep and maintenance of
the building and compound, which also
houses the School of Nirsing. She.will-
be expected to occupy quarters provided
at the Hostel, fbr' which rental will be
payable in accordance with local regu-
lations.

Applications, accompanied by two re-
cent testimonials should be addressed to
the Chief Personnel Officer, Service
Commissions Department, Kingstown, to
reach him not later than 9th September,
. 1974.


20th August, 1974.






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No. 122.
CORRECTION NOTICE.

S.R. & Os. Nos. 27 and 28 of 1974
published with Gazette dated 27th Aug-
ust, 1974 are superseded by S.R. & Os.
Nos: 27-and 28 published with this issue
of the Gazette.
3rd September, 1974.

By Command,

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Ofaice.
PREMIE's OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT,
3rd September, 1974.


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER
NOTICES.


*SAINT VINCENT
*
By AiLthority of the Registration of
United Kingdom Patents Ordinance
Chapter 156 of the Revised Laws of
St. Vincent, 1926.

Gazetted 1974

ADVERTISEMENT OF AN APPLICATION
FOR REGISTRATION OF UNITED KINGDOM
SPATENT No. 1,225,849.

Notice is hereby given that an ap-
plication was made on the 17th day
of December, 1958 by Canadian Cane
Equipment Limited, a Corporation duly
organised under and pursuant to the
Laws of Canada of 800 Dorchester,
Boulevard, W. Montreal 2, Quebec,
Canada, the registration of a patent in
respect of method and apparatus for
separating components of Sugar-cane.
Any person maiy, 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
letters patent.-
TREVOR A. F. PETERS,
Deputy Registrar.
The Patent Office
c/o Court House
Registrar's Office
Kingstown
SSaint Vincent.
26th August, 1974.


SAINT VINCENT
By Authority of the Rigistration of
unitedd Kingdom Patents Ordinance
Chapter 156 of the Revised Laws of
St. Vincent, 1926.

Gazetted 1974

ADVERTISEMENT OF AN APPLICATION
FOR REGISTRATION OF UNITED KINGDOM
PATENT NO. 1,226,254.

Notice is hereby given that an ap-
plication was made on the 17tl. day
of March 1969 by Canadian Cane
Equipment Limited, a Corporation duly
organized under and pursuant to Ahe
Laws of Canada of 800 Dorchester,
Boulevard, W. Montreal 2, Quebec,
Canada, for the registration of a patent
in- respect /of method and apparatus for
processing Sugar-cane.
Any person may, at any time within
TWO MONTIIS 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 .Settion 27 of
the PATENTS ORDINANCE (Cap.
155) for opposition to the grant of
letters patent.
TREVOR A. F. PETERS,
Deputy Registrar.
The Patent Office
c/o Court House
Registrar's Office
Kingstown
Saint Vincent.
26th August, 1974.

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

Gazetted 1974

ADVERTISEMENT OF APPLICATION FOR
REGISTRATION OF UNITED K ING DO
PATENT NO. 1,276,600.

Notice is hereby, given that an ap-
plication was made on the 5th day
August, 1970 by Merck & Co., Inc. a
corporation duly organised and exist-
ing under the Laws of the State of New
Jersey, United States of America, of
Rahway plus Jersey, 'United States of
America, for the registration of a Patent
in respect of Substituted indenylacenic
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


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY,' 3 SEPTEMBER, 1974.-(No. 44).


grounds prescribed by Section 27 of
the PATENTS ORDINANCE (Cap.
155) for opposition to the grant of
letters patent.
TREVOR A. F. PETERS,
Deputy Registrar.
The Patent Office
c/o Court House
Registrar's Office
Kingstown
Saint Vincent.
S 26th August, 1974.

SAINT VINCENT
Bq Authority of the Registration of
United Kingdom Patents Ordimnace
Chapter 156 of the Revised Laws of
St. Vincent, 1926.

Gazetted 1974

ADVERTISEMENT OF APPLICATION FOR
REGISTRATION OF UNITED K I NGDOM
PATENT No. 1,329,766."

Notice is hereby given that an ap-
plicatbn was made on 19th day
of April, 1971 by Canadian Cane
Equipment Limited, a Corporation duly
organised under and pursuant to the
Laws of Canada of 800 Dorchester,
Boulevard,' W. Montreal 2,- Quebec,
Canada, for registration of a patent in
respect of method and apparatus for
processing Sugar Cane.
Any person may, at any time within
TWO MONTHS from the date of such
advertisenrent 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
letters patent.
TREVOR A. F. PETERS,
Deputy Registrar.
The Patent Office
c,'o Court House
Registrar's Office
Kingstown
Saint Vincent.
26th August, 1974.

NOTICE -

NOTICE is hereby given that SARAH
BA"PTrISE ice JOHN of Sandy Bay in the
State of Saint Vincent who was married
to ADOLPIII'S BAPTISTE on the 20th day
of May, 1929 at Saint John's Church,
Owia, intends to apply to the High Court
for an Order to have herni marriage duly
registered pursuant to the provisions of


Section 33 of the Marriage Ordinance,
Chapter 151 of the Revised Laws of
Saint Vincent, 1926.
Dated the 29th day of August, 1974.
PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS
SSolicitors for the Applicant.


SAINT VINCENT
IN THE COURT OF APPEAL
NOTICE -

TAKE NOTICE that' the Court of
Appeal will sit in the State of Saint
Vincent on Tuesday the' 17th day of
September, 1974 commencing at 9
o'clock in the forenoon.
Dated this 30th day of August, 1974.
S. J. BERTRAND,
Deputy Reigstrar
Court of Appeal.
Registrar's Chambers
Kingstown
Sant Vincent.


CENTRAL WATER AUTHORITY

STenders are invited from locally regis-
tered Insurance Companies for Contrac-
tors. All Risks, and Workmen's Com-
pensation d u r i g Construction of
Phase II Water Development Scheme.
The Authority is not bound to accept
the lowestoffers from any Tender.
More detailed information can be ob-
tained from- The Manager-Central
Water Authority.
Tenders must be addressed to the
Manager, Central Water Authority and
should reach him not -later than 30th
September, 1974, and clearly marked
"TENDER FOR INSURANCE ON
PHASE II CONSTRUCTION."


DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
ST. VINCENT
TENDERS FOR SUPPLY OF
STEEL STRUCTURES

STenders are invited from suitably
qualified manufacturers for the. supply
. of two (2) industrial building structures
to the Development Corporation, St.
Vincent.
Tender Documents and Specifications
are available from the Secretary/Man-
ager of the Development Corporation of
St. Vincent.
Only manufacturers or suppliers
whose principal place*of business is


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in one of the countries; below are
eligible:-
Antigua
Bahamas' /
Barbados
British Honduras
SCanada
Dominica
Grenada
Guyana
Jamaica
Montserrat
St. Lucia
..St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla
St. Vincent
Trinidad
Turks &* Gaicos Islands
ILK.
TT.S.A.
Veneziela
West Germany i
Tenders should be forwarded in seal-
ed envelopes marked "Tenders foi Steel.
Structures for Industrial Estate", and
addressed to Secretary/Manager, Devel-
opment Corporation, Box 841, Kings-
town, St. Vincent. and must arrive Tby
S12th October, 1974.
A. EUSTACE,
Secretary/Manager.


TENDERS FOR
2 NO. STANDARD STEEL FRAME
BUILDINGS-12,000 sq. ft. EACH

Dimensions: 120 ft. long X 50 ft.
Span Twin Portals X 14' to eaves.
Design conditions: Super load 10
lbs. per sq. ft.
Wind Speed 120 m.p.h.
Roof Pitch 180 or nearest
SEaves Canopy 4 ft. (Overhang).
Structural Steel Works: 7 No. 50 ft.
Span X 14' to eaves solid or latticed
joist twin portal frame or joist and steel
roof truss to form 6 bays at 20 ft. cen-
ters with solid portal frame or latticed
portal frame open at both ends of build-'
ing. Z-shaped cold rolled or other/
type/steel purlins spaced at suitable
centers. or other suitable form of steel
purlins.
The steel work shall be complete with
wind bracing and all necessary found-
ation' and erection bolts. The roof and
canopy, areas of the building shall be
provided with 22 gauge aluminum alley
troughing or 22 guage galvanize trough-
ing profile, including provision for sheets
for the roof apex, with straight sheets
forming the canopy/ conditions. The
sheeting will be complete with barge
boards and all necessary fittings suitable
for a wind speed of 120 m.p.h. includ-


ing hook bolts seam bolts nuts ahd
washers.
Translucent roof lights shall be pro-
videed giving a clear light area (f 4' X
2" 3" approx., and shall be positioned
* to the roof on the bas;- of 4 No. per
slope per bay.
10 No. Sliding doors with complete
mountings, 12 feet high by 8 feet wide;
to be fitted, as directed by the Consult-
ant.
Painting c& Building: All steel work
shall be shot blasted and primed and
given two coats of suitable anti-corrosive
paint. Tenders shall specify the method
of shot blasting and applying primer and
two coats of anti-corrosive paints. They
shall also send with Tenders full speci-
ficati6ns of the primer, used and also the
anti-corrosive paints for the t)vo coats
of paint 'work.
General: Full details, drawings and
brochures describing the proposed struc-
ture, are to be included. "Tenders may
give quotations in Metric SI units and
to module as close to the above speci-
fieations as possible.


DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
ST. VINCENT
GUIDELINES FOR PROCUREMENT

Bidding
Suppliers or Manufacturers can bid
separately or in Association with others
from eligible sources and the U.S.A.
The Development Corporation of St.
Vincent has received twoA-oans from the
Caribbean Development Bank utilising
U.S.A.l.D.- Funds equivalent to $540,000
towards the cost of an Industrial Estate
at Camden Park. It is intended thit
the proceeds of this loan will be applied
to payments under the contract for
which this invitation to Bid is issued..
Payments by the CDB or its Ageit will
be made only upon approval by the
Bank or its Agent of an application
presented by the Development Corpora-
tion of St. Vincent in accordance with
the Terms and Conditions of that Agree-
ment.
Currency
The cost of goods and services pro-
vided by suppliers outside the currency
area to which St. Vincent belongs shall
be paid in U.S. Dollars, while those pro-
vided by suppliers inside shall be paid
in $EC.
All Bids should be expressed in $EC
and should state the rate of exchange
used for conversion as determined by
the CDB in consultation with the I.M.F.











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Clarifications or Alterations of Bids.
No bidder should be permitted to alter
his bid after the bids have been opened.
Only clarifications not changing tlhe
substance of the bid may be accepted.
The borower may ask any bidder for a
clarification of his bid but should not
ask any bider to change the substance
of hisbid.,
Contract Provisions
Expenditure under Contracts.
No commodities or equipment having
their source in any of the countries
mentioned in Appendix B may be fund-
ed under the loan, either as, direct
import, local purchase or any form of
a component of commodities or equip-
ment.
Escalating Clauses
In appropriate cases provision may
be made for adjustment (,upwards and
downwards) in the contract price in the
Seventh that changes occur, including
changes of exchange rates, over which
the supplier has no control, in the prices
of the major cost constituents oi the
contract such as labour, and imported
materials.
Terms of Payment
(a) 90% on delivery of the goods.
(b), 10% within 60 days ofireceipt
of goods.
APPENDIX 'A'

/ _Countries which are not eligible)'
Albania
Algeria
Andorra
Australia
Belgium'
Bulgaria
SMai-land China
Cyprus
Chechoslovakia
Denmark
SEstonia
Finland
France
Erxst Germany (Incl. the Soviet
Zone of Berlin),
Greece


Hong Kong
Hungary
Iceland
Iiraq /
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
North Korea
Kuwait
Latvia.
Liechenstein
Lithuania
Luxenburg
Malta
Monaco
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Portugal
Rhodesia
Rumania
San Marino -
Somalia
South Africa
Spain
Sudan
Syria
Sweden
SSwitzerland
SUnited Arab Republic
Union of Socialist Republic-
(U..S.R.)
North Vietnam.
Yemen
Yugoslavia
APPENDIX 'B'
Albania
Bulgaria
Mainland China
Cuba
Czechoslovakia.
Estonia
East Germany (including the
Soviet Zone of Berlin)
H ungary
North Korea
Latvia
Lithuania
Rumania
North Vietnam
Union of Socialist Republic
(U.S.S.R.)


WAGES COUNCIL

It is notified for general information that Cabinet has advised approval for
the reconstitution oothbe following Wages Councils under Section 3 of the Wages
Council Ordinance No. 1 of 1953 for a period of one year with effect from 16th
June, 1974:-
S CHED ULE
1. AGRICULTURAL WORKERS WAGES COUNCIL


Mr. HENRY ROBEBTSON


- Chairman


: Mr. EDMUND WEBB
Mr. ARCHIBALD ROBETSON ) Independent Members










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 SEPTEMBER, 1974.-(No. 44). 2,
-- ---


Messrs. MARTIN BARNARD
ViCTOR HADLEY
S CARDON WILLIAMS
Mr. CYRIL ROBERTS
Rev. DUFF JAMES
Mr. CHARLES JAMM


SRepresenting -Employers
)
)
) Representing Workers
)


2. INDUSTRIAL UNDERTAKINGS WAGES COUNCIL
Mr. IIENzY ROBERTSON Chairman
Messrs. FRANK GEOxsG )
WYCLIFFE BROWNB ) Independent Members
Messrs. C. K. GREAVES )
DUNCAN PROVIDBNCI Representing Ernployers
C. J. ANTROBTS )
Mr. CYRIL ROBERTS )
Rev. DUFF JAxuS ) Representing Workers
Mr. ALPHEUS ANTOINB )

3. SHOP ASSISTANTS WAGES COUNCIL


Mr. HENRY ROBERTSON
Mr. HENRY WIILIAMS
Mr. EDMUND MATTIIEWS
Messrs. DAVID DEAR
A. R. CONNELL
CLEMENT BALLAH
Mr. CYRIL ROBERTS
Rev. DUFF JAMES
Mr. OWEN WALKER


- Chairman


) Independent Members
)
) Representing Employers
)


Representing 'Workers


4. PORT WORKERS WAGES COUNCIL


Mr. HENRY ROBzRTSON
Messrs. JOSELYN WILLIAMS
ELDON SMITI
Messrs, DAVID DEAR
SHELFORD DUBLIN'
C. L. KEIZER
Mr. CYRIL ROBERTS
Rev. DUFF JAMBS
Mr. ALPHEUS ANTOINE


- Chairman
)
) Independent Members
) .
) Representing Employers
)
) i
) Representing Workers


5. DOMESTIC WORKERS WAGES COUNCIL


Mr. HENRY ROBERTSON
Mrs. ISMA FRANK
Mr. CALVERT RUSSELL
Mrs. E. A. C. HUGHES
Mrs. SYLVIA DASILVA
Mrs. C. L. KEIZER
Mr. CYRIL ROBERTS
Miss L. JEANETTE DUNCAN-
Miss ALMA JOHNSON
3rd September, 1974.


- Chairman
) Independent Members
)
)
) Representing Employers
)
)
I Representing Workers
)Y


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