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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 108.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 FEBRUARY, 1975. [No. 11.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES


No. 38.
SAINT VINCENT
By His Excellency SIR RUPERT GODFREY JOHN, Kt.,
Governor of Saint Vincent.
RUPERT JOHN,
Governor.

TO: CHARLES ST. CLAIR DACON. ESQUIRE,
By virtue of the power and authority vested in me by Section 53 of the Constitution of
Saint Vincent, and acting in accordance with the advice of the Premier, I hereby assign to
you CHARLES ST. CLAIR DACON, Minister, responsibility for the business of the Govern-
ment of Saint Vincent and administration of the departments of Government set out in the
Schedule hereto:
SCHEDULE
BUSINESS OF GOVERNMENT AND DEPARTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT FOR
WHICH RESPONSIBILITY IS ASSIGNED TO THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION
AND YOUTH AFFAIRS.
Education
Libraries
Memorial Hall
Youth Affairs
Sport
GIVEN under my hand and the public seal of the State of Saint Vincent at Govern-
ment House in the said State this 21st day of February, 1975.


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44 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 FEBRUARY, 1975.-(No. 11).


No. 39.
SAINT VINCENT
By His Excellency Sir RUPERT GODFREY JOHN, Kt.,
Governor of Saint Vincent.

RUPERT JOHN,
Governor.

TO: RANDOLPH BERTIE RUSSELL, ESQUIRE
iBy virtue of the power and authority vested in me by Section 53 of the St. Vincent
Constitution, 1969, and acting in accordance with the advice of the Premier, I hereby assign
you RANDOLPH BERTIE RUSSELL, Minister, responsibility for the business of the Gov-
ernment of Saint Vinicent and administration of the departments of Government set out in
the Schedule hereto:
SCHEDULE

BUSINESS. OF GOVERNMENT AND DEPARTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT
FOR WHICH RESPONSIBILITY IS ASSIGNED TO THE MINISTER OF
HEALTH, HOUSING, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, COOPERATIVES AND
LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Medical and Health
Water Supplies
Housing
Local Government
Public Assistance
Community Development
Cooperatives
GIVEN under my hand and the public seal of the State of Saint Vincent at Govern-
ment House in the said State this 21st day of February, 1975.


) .mL. No. 42.


APPOINTMENTS

It is notified for general information that in
accordance with the provisions of 'the Public
Library Ordinance 1950 No. 4 of 1950, the Gov-
ernor has appointed the following persons to
serve on the Library Committee for a period of
two years commencing 1st January, 1975.
Mr. G. C. H. THOMAS-Chairman
Miss M. C. FORMER
Mr. CECIL WILLIAMs-representing the
National Youth Council
Mr. STANLEY; BANCH representing the
Mr. HENRY H. WILLIAMS Kingstown
Town Board.
25th February, 1975.


No. 41.
It is notified for general information, that the
following persons have been appointed to serve
on the Advisory Committee for the Technical
Centre with effect from 1st January, 1975.
The Chief Education Officer-Chairman
The Principal, Technical College
The Chief Engineer, M.C.W. & L.
Mr. HUGH DRAKES
Mr. RUPERT BASCOMBE
Mr. C. I. MARTIN
Mr. IRA M. YOUNG
Mr. CLIFFORD DEFREITAS
25th February, 1975.


It is notified for general information that the
Governor acting in accordance with the pro-
visions of the St. Vincent Memorial Hall Ordin-
ance 1968 No. 38 of 1968 has appointed the
following persons to serve on the Board of Man-
agement for the St. Vincent Memorial Hall for
a period of two years with effect from 1st
January, 1975.
Mr. BERTRAM ARTHUR-Chairman
S Mr. LLOYD GUNSAM
Mr. CYPRIAN HYPOLrIT
Mr. CECIL ST. HIAIRE
Mr. FRED J. DARE
Mrs. VIOLET MALONEY
Mrs. EDMUND WEBB
25th February, 1975.



No. 43.
It is notified for general information that in
accordance with the provisions of the Education
Ordinance 1937, No. 29 of 1937 and amendments
thereto the Governor has appointed the follow-
ing persons to serve on the Board of Education
for the year 1975:-
The Chief Education Officer-Chairman
The Headmaster Boys' Grammar School
The Headmistress, Girls' High School
The Principal, Technical College
Education Officer-Mr. W. RYAN
Mr. G. C. H. THOMxA
Mr. HENRY H. WILLIAMS


No. 40.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 FEBRUARY, 1975.-(No. 11). 45


Dr. J. P. EUSTACE
The Senior Medical Officer
The Chief Agricultural Officer
A representative of the Anglican Church-
His Lordship the Bishop.
A representative of the Roman Catholic
Church-Bro. JOHN MARCOGLIESE
A representative of the Methodist Church-
Rev. H. CRICHTON
A representative of the St. Vincent Union
of Teachers-Mr. AUSTIN NURSE
25th February, 1975.


No. 44.
It is notified for general information that in
accordance with the provisions of the Arnos Vale
Playing Field Ordinance No. 22 of 1968, the
Governor has appointed the following to serve
on the Arnos Vale Playing Field Board for a
period of two years with effect from 1st Jan-
uary, 1975:-
His Excellency the Governor-Chairman
OWEN CUFFY Esq.-Deputy Chairman
T. MICHAEL FINDLAY Esq.-Secretary
F. G. THOMAS Esq.
W. G. BAPTISTE Esq.,
The Chief Engineer M.C.W. & L.
A representative of the Lions
A representative of the Jaycees
A representative of the Chamber of Com-
merce.
25th February, 1975.


No. 45.
VACANT POST OF ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR,
ELECTRICAL DIVISION,
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS, WORKS
AND LABOUR.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for the post of Electrical
Inspector in the Ministry of Communications,
Works and Labour.
Qualifications:
Higher National D i plom a or Higher
National Certificate or equivalent with
five (5) years experience in inspectorate
work.
Salary:
The salary of the post is $9720 per annum.
Transport allowance is attached.
Duties:
Responsibility for the inspection of all
Public Eletrical Installations throughout'
St. Vincent and the Grenadines and for
the issuing of certificates for such installa-
tion. Also for the maintenance of all
Government installations. Will be in
charge of the Public Works Department
I Electrical Division.


Appointment: '
Appointment may be either on a perma-
nent and pensionable basis or on contract.
Applications, with evidence of qualifica-
tions, two (2) recent testimonials and a
recent photograph should be forwarded
to the Chief Personnel Officer, Service
Commissions Department, Kingstown, St.
Vincent to reach him not later than 31st
March, 1975.
25th February, 1975.



No. 32.
POST OF DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS,
LEGAL DEPARTMENT, ST. VINCENT

Applications are invited from suitably quali-
fied persons for the Post of Director of Public
Prosecutions, Legal Department, St. Vincent.
Appointment may be on a contractual or per-
manent pensionable basis. If on contract a
gratuity of 25% of earned salary is payable on
successful completion.
Salary is $12,600 per annum (fixed). Trans-
port allowance of $840 per annum is also pay-
able. Private practice is not allowed.
Applicants must be qualified to practise in a
ourt having unlimited jurisdiction in civil and
criminal l matters in some part of the Common-
wealth and must have been qualified for not less
than five years to practise as an advocate or
solicitor in such a court.
The Director of Public Prosecutions shall
have power in any case in which he considers it
desirable so to do-
(a) to institute and undertake criminal pro-
ceedings against any person before any
court of law (other than a court-martial)
in respect of any offence alleged to have
been committed by that person;
(b) to take over and continue any such crim-
inal proceedings that have been instituted
or undertaken by any other person or
authority; and
(c) to discontinue at any stage before judge-
ment is delivered any such criminal
proceedings instituted or undertaken by
himself or any other person or authority.
Applicants should write to the Secretary,
Judicial and Legal Services Commission, P.O.
Box 829, Kingstown, St. Vincent for application
forms, and should return these to the Secretary
with proof of qualifications and two recent testi-
monials not later than 8th March 1975.
Further information concerning the post may
be obtained from the Chief Personnel Officer,
Service Commissions Department, Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
12th February, 1975.











16 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 FEBRUARY, 1975.-(No. 11).


No. 34.
STAFF VACANCY-EDUCATION OFFICER

A vacancy exists at the Caribbean Community
Secretariat for an Education Officer.
2. Full details may be had on application to
the Chief Personnel Officer, Service Commissions
Department, Kingstown, St. Vincent.
3. The closing date for the receipt of appli-
cations at the Secretariat is 8th March, 1975.
18th February, 1975.


No. 35.
COMMONWEALTH CARIBBEAN PESTICIDE
CONTROL UNIT

STAFF VACANCY

Applications are invited for the post of -
ThCHNICAL DIRECTOR
in the Commonwealth Caribbean Pesticide Con-
trol Unit, which is financed by Member Gov-
ernments of the Caribbean Community and
accommodated in the Chemistry Department,
U.W.I., St. Augustine, Trinidad.
The successful candidate will direct the work
Sof the Unlit which includes a laboratory staffed
by two chemists analysing pesticide residues and
formulations. He' will advise Commonwealth
Caribbean Governments individually and collec-
tively on- the control of pesticide hazards by
legislative means and otherwise. The job in-
volves a considerable amount of travel within
the Region. Applicants should possess a degree
or the equivalent in chemistry, agriculture or
other biological subject, and at least five' years
relevant experience. Proven ability to work
with committees would be advantageous.
The successful candidate would be expected
to assume duties on June 1, 1975 or as soon
thereafter as possible. Appointment will be for
15 months in the first instance and may be sub-
ject to renewal. Salary is negotiable in addition
to which the following allowances are payable:
10 percent housing allowance and a terminal
gratuity of 10 percent of total salary in lieu of
superannuation benefits.
Detailed applications (2 copies) giving full
particulars of qualifications and experience, date
of birth and names and addresses of 2 referees
should be sent to the-
Secretary-General,
Caribbean Community Secretariat,
P.O. Box 607,
Georgetown,
Guyana.
to arrive not later than 22nd of March, 1975.
Further details can be supplied on request by
the Caribbean Community Secretariat.
18th February, 1975.


No. 46.
LEGISLATION



The following Documents are published with
this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & O. No. 5.-Import and Export
(Control) Regulations, 1975.
S. R. & O. No. 6.-Price and Distribution
of Goods (Amendment) Order, 1975.

25th February, 1970.


By Command,


O. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Office.

PREMIER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT,

25th February, 1975.


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER NOTICES



It is hereby notified for general information
that advertisement for issue No. 11 of St. Vin-
cent Govt. Treasury Bills which was first pub-
lished in the Gazette of 12th February, 1975
for issue on Tuesday 25th February 1975 has
been cancelled.

Ministry of Finance.


POST OFFICE NOTICE



It is hereby notified for General Information
that a Special Issue of Postage Stamps,
depicting Scenic Views of the Island of
Mustique in the St. Vincent Grenadines would
be released for sale at-the General Post Office
in Kingstown on Thursday 27th February, 1975.

The Stamps are in denominations Qf 50, 350,
450, and $1.00.

Official First Day Covers would be on sale at
the price of $2.20 each.

E. R. HANNAWAY,
Postmaster General.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 FEBRUARY, 1975.-(No. 11). 47


PRESS RELEASE



The general public is hereby notified that the
maximum retail prices for local fresh beef-
unrefrigerated and unprocessed remain as fol-
lows:-

Hind quarters (excluding hocks
and flanks) and shoulder blades $1.50 per lb.
Front quarters (including bris-
ket, liver, heart and flank ...... $1.33 per lb.


Tail, tongue, Kidneys
Lungs, head, tripe, heel, soup-


bones


$1.04 per lb.

.58 per lb.


The attention of all, and in particular the
butchers, is drawn to Section 7, subsection (1)


of 'the Price and Distribution of Goods Act No.
47 of 1970 which reads as follows:-

"The Price Control Officer may, by notice
published in the Gazette and in a newspaper
circulating in Saint Vincent, with regard to
any goods the maximum price of which has
been fixed, require that any trader offering
such goods for sale by retail shall cause the
same to be marked with the selling price there-
of in a conspicuous and legible manner."

The Price Control Inspectors will be visiting
all meat stalls on March, 8th, 1975 in an effort to
see that this subsection is complied with.

Ministry of Trade & Agriculture

13th February, 1975.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY: RULES AND ORDERS,

1975, No. 5.


IMPORT AND EXPORT (CONTROL) REGULATIONSaA


(Gazetted 25th February, 1975).


Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Import
(Control) Regulations, 1975.

2.A. Prohibition. The importation of any of the goods listed in the First
Schedule hereto is prohibited, except goods originating from any of the places
within the East Caribbean Common Market:

Provided that the importation of fireworks and artificial Christmas Trees
shall be prohibited from any source.

B. The importation of any of the goods listed in the Second Schedule
hereto is prohibited, except goods originating from any of the places within
the Caribbean Communiti

3. Import Licence. The importation of any of the goods listed in the
Third Schedule hereto is prohibited except under licence from the Comptroller
of Supplies.-

Provided that the importation of items Ex. 94.01-Chairs and other seats
except stools (other than those falling within 94.02,) whether or not convertible
into beds. and parts thereof and Ex. 94.03-Headboards and other furniture,
except ironing boards and' laboratory furniture is prohibited except under
licence from Cabinet.

4. Export Licence. The exportation of any of the goods listed in the
Fourth Schedule hereto is prohibited except under licence from the Comptroller
of Supplies.
5. Offence. It shall be an offence to import or export any goods contrary
to these Regulations.









6. Penalties. Any person guilty of an offence under these Regulations
shall be liable on summary conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding
three months, or to a fine not.exceeding five hundred dollars, or to both such
imprisonment and such fine, and any goods the subject matter of the offence
shall be forfeited.

7. Offences by Company. Where any offence under these Regulations is
committed by a company or firm or other association of individuals, every
director and officer of the company, every partner and officer of the firm or
every member and every person concerned in the management of the affairs
of such association as the case may be, shall jointly or severally be liable to
be prosecuted and punished for the offence in like manner as if he had himself
committed the offence, unless, the burden of proving which shall lie on him,
the act of omission constituting the offence took place without his knowledge,
consent or connivance.

8. Definition. In the Schedules to these Regulations, the words, letters,
figures, numbers and symbols used to name, describe and identify goods, shall
all have the same meaning as in the First Schedule to the Customs Duties
Ordinance (Cap. 184 as amended):
Provided that where "Ex" precedes a tariff number, only the goods
actually named beside that tariff number are referred to, and not the general
class of goods otherwise identified by that tariff number.

9. Ships' Provisions. The Minister responsible for Trade may in his
discretion permit the importation of any goods for use as ships' supplies or
stores.

10. Exemptions. These-Regulations shall not apply to goods which are
"removal goods" or "travel goods" for the purposes of, and as defined in,
the Table of Exemptions from Duty contained in the Second Schedule to the
Customs Duties Ordinance (Cap. 184) as amended by the Customs Duties
(Amendment) Act, 1972, (Act No. 11 of 1972).

11. Revocation. The Import and Export (Control) Regulations, 1974
(Gazetted 8th October, 1974) is hereby revoked.

FIRST SCHEDULE
(Regulation 2A)
T.N. PRODI'CT DESCRIPTION
Ex 21.04 Pepper Sauce
Ex 36.05.90 Fireworks
Ex 42.02 Shopping bags, travel bags and brief case of leatherette
Ex 44.23.90 Flush doors
Ex 97.05 Artificial Christmas Trees









SECOND SCHEDULE

(Regulation 2B)

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION


Ex 02.01
Ex 02.04
Ex 03.02

04.06
Ex 06.04
07.01
.20
.30
.60
.70
.90
07.02
07.04

08.01


T.N.


Meat and edible offals of goats, fresh, chilled or frozen
Other meat and edible meat offals, fresh chilled or frozen
Salmon, trout and other fish except cod-fish, mackerel, herring,
hake, saithe, haddock and pollock, dried, salted' or in brine
Natural Honey
Parts of trees and other plants suitable for use as Xmas trees
Vegetables fresh or chilled
Tomatoes
Peas, beans, lentils
Carrots
Cabbages
Pumpkins, beets, sweet peppers, okra and other vegetables
Vegetables (whether or not cooked) preserved by freezing
Dried, dehydrated or evaporated vegetables, whole, cut, sliced,
broken or in powder, but not further prepared
Dates, bananas, coconuts, Brasil nuts, cashew nuts, pineapples,
avocadoes, mangoes, guavas and mangosteens, fresh or dried,
shelled or not
Grapes, fresh
Apples, pears and quinces, fresh
Peaches, apricots and plums, fresh
Peppers except Black Pepper
Ground nuts, shelled or unshelled
Meatballs with or without spaghetti
Artificial honey
Pastry, cakes and other fine bakers' wares except biscuits whether
or not containing cocoa in any proportion
Vegetables and fruit, prepared or preserved by vinegar or acetic
acid with or without sugar, whether or not containing salt,
spices or mustard
Vegetables prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or
acetic acid
Fruit otherwise prepared or preserved whether or not containing
added sugar or spirit
Lime juice
Black-currant, apple and pear juices
Cooked spaghetti, peanut butter, cheezets, corn curls
Carpets, carpeting, rugs and mats of vegetable plaiting materials
Caps of textile fabric except uniform caps


08.04.10
08.06
08.07
09.04
12.01
16.02
17.02
19.08


20.01


20.02

20.06

20.07.40
Ex 20.07.90
Ex 21.07
Ex 58.02
Ex 65.05










THIRD SCHEDULE

(Regulation 3)

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION


T.N.

01.05

Ex 02.01
Ex 02.02


Ex 02.06
03.01
04.05

07.01.10
07.01.40
07.05.20
Ex 09.04
Ex 09.0&
09.07
10.06
Ex 11.02
Ex 11.08
Ex 15.07
Ex 15.13
16.01
Ex 16.02
17.01
E!x 19.08
20.05


Live poultry, that is to say fowls, ducks, geese, turkeys and
guinea fowls
Meat of Bovine animals, sheep and swine, fresh, chilled or frozen
Dead poultry (that is to say, fowls, ducks, geese, turkeys and
guinea fowls) and edible offals thereof (except of liver) fresh,
chilled or frozen.
Ham and bacon salted, in brine, dried or smoked
Fish, fresh (live or dead) chilled or frozen
Birds' eggs and egg yolks, fresh dried or otherwise preserved,
sweetened or not
Potatoes not sweet
Garlic
Pigeon Peas, dried, shelled whether or not skinned or split
Black Pepper
Cinnamon
Cloves
RiCe
Cornmeal
Starches
Fixed Vegetables oils, edible
Margarine and shortening, lard substitute
Sausages and the like, of meat, meat offal or animal blood
Ham and Bacon
Leet sugar and cane sugar, solid
Unsweetened biscuits and ice cream cones
Jams, fruit jellies, marmalades, fruit puree and fruit pastes,
being cooked preparations, whether or not containing added
sugar
Soups and Broths, in liquid, solid or powder form
Ice cream
Laundry and toilet soap
Motor vehicles front pipes, tail pipes and mufflers
Chairs and other seats except stools (other than those falling
within 94.02) whether or not convertible into beds, and parts
thereof
Headboards and other furniture, except ironing boards and
laboratory furniture


21.05
21.07
34.01
87.06
94.01


Ex 94.03










FOURTH SCHEDULE

(Reg elation 4)

T.N. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

01.03 Live swine
01.04 Live sheep and goats
Ex 03.03 Lobsters, fresh chilled or frozen
Ex 16.05 Lobsters, prepared or preserved.



Made by 'the Governor under Section 3(1) of the Supplies (Control)
Ordinance, 1954, this 18th day of February, 1975.

O. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Secretary to the Cabinet.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1975, No. 6.


PRICE AND DISTRIBUTION OF GOODS (AMENDMENT)
ORDER, 1975.

(Gazetted 25th, February, 1975).

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Price and Distribution of
Goods (Amendment) Order, 1975, and shall be read as one with the Price and
Distribution of Goods Order No. 27 of 1971, (hereinafter referred to as the
principal Order) and all amendments thereto.
2. Principal Order amended. The principal Order is hereby amended
by revoking that part of the Schedule relating to Dieselene and Gasolene,
and replacing the same as follows:-

Maximum Retail Maximum Ret
Specified Maximum Price in Places Price in 3 L-Il
Article Wholesale served by not ser
Price delivery trucks deliver s


Dieselene $1.42 $1.52

Gasolene
Premium $1.87 $2.00 $2.

Regular $1.77 $1.87 $1.97

Made by the Governor under Section 3(1) of the Price and Distribution
of Goods Act, 1970 (No. 47 of 1970) this 25th day of February, 1975.
O. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Secretary to the Cabinet.


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