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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Language: English
Creator: Saint Vincent
Publisher: G.P.O.
Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
Kingstown St. Vincent
Publication Date: October 14, 1975
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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    Act No. 30 of 1975: An Act to amend the Currency (No. 2) Ordinance, 1965
        Page A-137
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    Act No. 31 of 1975: An Act to provide for the establishment of an Agricultural Development Corporation
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    Act No. 32 of 1975: An Act to make provisions relating to Pensions and similar benefits payable to Officers under the Overseas Service Aid Scheme
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    Act No. 33 of 1975: An Act to control the Price and Distribution of Goods
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    Act No. 34 of 1975: An Act to provide for the implementation by the Government of St. Vincent, of the agreement establishing the Caribbean Investment Corporation
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    Act No. 35 of 1975: An Act to amend the West Indies Associated States Supreme Court (St. Vincent) Act, 1970
        Page A-199
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 20: Aid to Pioneer Industries (Love Creation Limited) (Manufacture of Garments) Order, 1975
        Page B-53
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 21: Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture of Hats) Order, 1975
        Page B-55
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 22: Aid to Pioneer Industries (Owen Bacchus) (Manufacture of Hats and Caps) Order, 1975
        Page B-57
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 23: Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture of Bags and BriefCases) Order, 1975
        Page B-59
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 24: Aid to Pioneer Industries (Maurice Kydd) (Manufacture of Bags and Brief Cases) Order, 1975
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

publi ehr by Autority

VOL. 108.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1975. [No. 48.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

No. 147.
GRENADA
ELIZABETH THE SECOND by the Grace of God, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great
.iJrnain and .sortnern Ireiand, and of Urenaua, and Her Other Realms and Terri-
tories, Head of the Commonwealth.
[ L. S.
L. V. DEGALE,
Governor-General.
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SII \LL COME
GREETINGS:
KNOW YE THAT WE reposing especial trust and confidence in the loyalty, integrity
and ability of Our Trusty and Well-Beloved JOHN DEREK KNIGIT, Barrister at Law,
rNside'nt at St. George's, Grenada, for 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 JOHN DEREK KNIGHT to be one of Our Counsel for Our Windward and Leeward
Islands comprising Our Dominion of Grenada and Our Associated States of Antigua, Domi-
nica. Saint Christopher Nevis .and Anguilla, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the territories
to which the jurisdiction of the West Indies As:ociated States Supreme Court extends to hold
and eniov within the said States and territories -Q! and singular the RIGHTS, AT.LOWANCES,
PRIVILEGES AND PRE-EMINENCES to the said appointment belonging or appertaini'ng
in as full and ample a manner as any other Our Counsel learned in the Law in any of the said
States and territories doth hold and enjoy or of right ought to have held or enjoyed the same,
nid also the liberty of sitting and nravtisinl' within the Bars of the said States and territories
as any of Our Counsel learned in the Law do ought or may.
AND WE DO HEREBY DIRECT AND ET-.OTNT that these Our Letters Patent be pub-
lished within Our'-said States and Colonies and be duly recorded in the proper Office therein.
,'iA'D to':tie said ends aforesaid, We have caused these Our Letters'Patent to be sealed
-with the Public Seal of Our State of Grenada:
WITTNES Our Trusty anrl Well-Be'ir 1 His pSir ,Ep Dp, ALE, Knight
Grand Cross of the Order of Saint Micha f rge, Commander of the



0)










260 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1975.-(No. 48).


Order of the British Empire, Governor-General of Grenada, this 1st day of Octo-
ber in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand nine hundred and seventy-five in the
Twenty-fourth Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND
N. E. W. FLETCHER,
Secretary to the Governor-General.


No. 146.
POST OF ELECTRICIAN, ELECTRICAL
DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS, WORKS
AND LABOUR.

Applications are invited from suitab ly
analified persons for the pensionable post of
Electrician. Elect' ial Division. Ministry for
Communications, Works and Labour.
Salary:
Salary will be in the scale V 38-25 $1,800 X
$120-$2,520 X $160-$3,600 X $240-$3,840,
plus a pay addition of $900 per annum.
Qualifications:
The successful applicant should possess an
elementary School Leaving Certificate and
should hold a wireman's licence. If not, he
will be expected to gain a house wireman's
licence within six months of his appointment.
He shoulld have served a period of apprentice-
ship with a recognized electrical contractor or
must have had three years experience in the
electrical field.
Duties:
The successful candidate will be required to
assist the Electrical Maintenance Officer in the
maintenance and repairs of all installations and
equipment under government control. He
may at times be called upon to assist with the
rewiring of existing installations.
Applications together with two testimonials
should be sent to the Chief Personnel Officer,
Service Commissions Department, Kingstown,
to reach him not later than 31st October 1975.
7th October, 1975.


No. 144.
VACANCY FOR CHIEF STATISTICIAN

A vacancy exists at the Caribbean Com-
munity Secretariat for a Chief Statistician.
2. Appointment may be on a permanent
basis or on secondment from the Public Service
of a Member State of the Caribbean Community,
with taxfree salary in the scale of G$1,967.00
(fixed) a month and house allowance at the
rate of G$271.25 a month.
3. Full deatils may be obtained from the
Chief Personnel Officer, Service Commissions
Department, Kingstown.
4. The closing date for the receipt of appli-
cations at the Secretariat in Georgetown,
Guyana is 29th October, 1975.
30th September, 1975.


No. 148.
LEGISLATION

The following Acts which have been assented
to by His Excellency the Governor are published
with this issue of the Gazette:-
No. 30 of 1975.-An Act to amend the Cur-
rency (No. 2) Ordinance 1965.
No. 31 of 1975.-An Act to provide for the
establishment of an Agricultural Devel-
opment Corporation.
No. 32 of 1975.-An Act to make provisions
relating to Pensions and similar benefits
payable to Officers under the Overseas
Service Aid Scheme.
No. 33 of 1975.-An Act to control the Price
and Distribution of Goods.
No. 34 of 1975.-An Act to provide for the
implementation by the Government of St.
Vincent, of the agreement establishing
the Caribbean Investment Corporation.
No. 35 of 1975.-An Act to amend the West
Indies Associated States Supreme Court
(St. Vincent) Act 1970.
14th October, 1975.


No. 149.
The following Documents are published with
this is-ue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 20.-Aid to Pioneer Indus-
tries (Love Creation Limited) (Manu-
facture of Garments) Order, 1975.
S.R. & O. No. 21.-Aid to Pioneer Indus-
tries (Manufacture of Hats) Order, 1975.
S.R. & O. No. 22.-Aid to Pioneer Indus-
tries (Owen Bacchus) (Manufacture of
Hats and Caps) Order, 1975.
S.R. & O. No. 23.-Aid to Pioneer Indus-
tries (Manufacture of Bags and Brief-
Cases) Order, 1975.
S.R. & O. No. 24.-Aid to Pioneer Indus-
tries (Maurice Kydd) (Manufacture of
Bags and Brief Cases) Order, 1975.
14th October, 1975.

By Command,


PREMIER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCWT,
14th October, 1975.


T. M. VELOX,
Perneaent Secretawy,
Promier'. Offi









SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1975.-(No. 48). 261


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER NOTICES

SAINT VINCENT.
TREASURY NOTICE

BY TIE AUTHORITY OF TIE LAND
AND HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE

It is notified for general information that pay-
ments of Land and House Tax for the current
year will be received at the Land and House Tax
Office, Kin-rstown, and the Revenue Offices at
Georgetown, Barrouallie, Bequia and Union
Island during the period 1st November to 31st
December, 1975, and at Sandy Bay, Colonarie,
Biabou, Mesopotamia, Layou and Chateaubelair
in the dates listed hereunder:-
Sandy Bay: 14th November and 19th De-
cember
Colonarie: Every Thursday during the
months of November and De-
cember, except Thursday 25th
December.
Mesopotamia: Friday 7th. 21st, 28th Novem-
ber, 5th, 12th, 19th Decem-
ber.
Biabou: Tuesday 8th, 16th, 23rd De-
cember.
Layou: Monday 11th and 18th No-
vember and Tuesday 16th
and 23rd December.
Chateaubelair: Friday 7th and 21st Novem-


ber and 5th, 12th and 19th
December.
Land and Iouse Tax Bailiffs will attend at
the places beyond the Revenue Offices on the
schedule dates, and defaulters should avail them-
selves of the opportunity to have their arrears
of taxes settled.
F. B. D. PROVIDENCE,
Acting Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers
Kingstown
St. Vincent
15th October, 1975.


IN THE HIGH COURT
SAINT VINCENT
1975 No. 89


OF JUSTICE


BETWEEN :-
MARcus TANNIS Plaintiff
and
SELWYN DASILVA Defendant
It is notified for general information that One
(1) Morris 5 ton Truck Registration No. T. 4264
the property of the above named defendant
leveid upon by virtue of a writ of seizure and
sale issued in the Suit will be put up for sale
by PUBLIC AUCTION on Saturday 25th day
of October 1975 between the hours of 10.00 a.m.
and 12 noon.
TREVOR A. F. PETERS,
Registrar (Acting).


POST OFFICE NOTICE

POST EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS

It is hereby notified for General Information that the latest dates recommended for
Posting in order to ensure delivery at 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 Surface Mail


By Air Mail


Letters & Prints Parcels Letters & Prints

2nd December 28th November 17th December
24th November 18th November 14th December

15th November 13th November 17th December
17th November 14th November 17th December
5th December 5th December 17th December
5th December 5th December 17th December


5th December
13th December

13th December

20th December


5th December
13th December

13th December

20th December


17th December
17th December

17th December

20th December
(To Mustique
onlv)


Parcels

15th December
11th December


14th
15th
16th
16th


December
December
December
December


16th December
16th December

16th December


Additional Despatches will be made by every available opportunity.
E. R. HANNAWAY,
Postmaster General.


General Post Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
10th October, 1975.


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2C2 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1975.-(No. 48).


CUSTOMS NOTICE.



By authority of Section 27 and 28 of Cap. 183 of the Laws of Saint Vincent, the undermentioned goods
which have been in the Queen's Warehouse Nos. 1 and 2 and the Baggage Warehouse for more than three months
shall be sold at Public Auction on Saturday 25th October, 1975 at 1.30 p.m. unless they are duly cleared within
one month of the first publication of this notice.

THEODORE P. BALLAH,
(Ag.) Comptroller of Customs and Excise.


Custom House
Kingstown,
4th September, 1975.


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 1


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


7.12.74 Geest Star

3.1.75 Virginia S.A.
4.11.74 L.I.A.T.

16. 4.75 Booker Trojan
24. 4.75 Federal Maple
24. 4.75 Ceest Crest


Geest Industries Ltd. G.S.


G. A. Forde
L.I.A.T.

Hazells Limited
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
Geest Industries Ltd.


G.L.
No Marks

H.T.
C.K.G.
P.H.V.


40 ctns. Bulmer's Champagne
Cider
2 ctns. Angos Bitters
I ctn. White Horse
Whisky
50 ctns. Stanley's Wine
1 ctn. Bottles
1 ctn. Peardrax


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2


5.12.75 Geest Land
12.12.74 Booker Trojan
12.12.74 Bgoker Trojan
20.12.74 S uVyree Land

9. 1.75 Atlantic Sky

9. 1.75 Atlantic Sky


Geest Industries Ltd.
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
W. J. Abbott & Sons
Ltd.
HazeUs Limited

Hazells Limited


21. 1.75 Sarah Elizabeth Hazells Limited
20. 1.75 Atlantic Merchant Hazells Limited


21. 1.75
21. 1.75
23. 1.75

23. 1.75

23. 1.75


23. 1.75

31. 1.75
31. 1.75


Federal Maple
Federal Maple
Atlantic Merchant

Geest Star

Geest Star

Aliakmon Pioneer
Aliakmon Pioneer
Aliakmon Pioneer
Aliakmon Pioneer
Aliakmon Pioneer
Geest Crest

Geest Land

Statesman
Statesman


A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
Hazells Limited

Geest Industries Ltd.

Geest Industries Ltd.

Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Geest Industries Ltd


Mr. J. Constance
St. V. Motors
B.S.C.
P.H.V.

Order 10863 St. V.
1-40
Eastern Carib. Ind.
77/74
Y. DeLima
Carib. Mfng. Ltd

E. B. Lot 2093
P.H.V.
Gideon Jackson (Big
Apple)
PSG 1n06/1..4


1 trunk
1 ball
1 ctn.
1 ctn.

40 ctns.

5 ctns.

18 ctns.
1 box

52 ctns.
4 ctns.
7 cases


CSSL PS91207/1-2
TRSL St. Vincent case


V.T.
Hinds Lot 6415
B S M Lot 6417
HT. Co. 55 1151-53
L'ulleys B-quia
Club Ser./ice Station


Household Effects
Merchandise
Footwear
Rolled Oats

Household Brushes

Sewing Notions

Toys
Vegetable Oil Mill
Machine Parts
Meat Preserves
Tinned Meat
Auto Parts


6 cases Auto Parts


49 ctns
53 ctns
47 ctns.
43 bale,
: ctn.
2 ctns.


Geest Industries Ltd. Club 3Srvice Statior. 4 cases


Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited


H.T.C. 19 ctns.
Royal Bank of Canada
8986, 8938, 8989 8990 6 ctns.


Engineers hand
tools
Fish Preserves
Salami Sausages
Salami Sausages
Kraft Paper
Hand Can Openers
Motor Car Rehator
Cons and Tubing
Motor Vehicle
Spares
Packed Coffee

STC 6 Washing
Machines










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1975.-(No. 48). 263


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2 (cowtd.)

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


31. 1.75 Statesman

31. 1.75 Statesman

31. 1.75 Statesman


Statesman
Geest Land
Booker Trojan
Pericles
Pericles
Booker Trojan
Geest Tide

Geest Tide
Geest Tide
Geest Tide
Atlantic Sun

Geest Land
Geest Land

Geest Land
Geest Crest

Arabian Express
Arabian Express
Novelist

Altantic Intripid


Hazells Limited

Hazells Limited

Hazslls Limited

Hazells Limited
Geest Industries Ltd.
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Geest Industries Ltd.

Geest Industries Ltd.
Geest Inductries Ltd.
Geest Industries Ltd.
Hazells Limited

Geest Industries Ltd.
Geest Industries Ltd.

Geest Industries Ltd.
Geest Industries Ltd.

Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited

Hazells Limited


31. 1.75
5. 2.75
7. 2.75
29. 1.75
29. 1.75
14. 2.75
18, 2.75

21. 2.75
21. 2.75
19. 2.75
26. 2.75

4. 3.75
4. 3.75

4. 3.75
10. 3.75

14. 3.75
14. 3.75
19. 3.75

19. 3.75

19. 3.75
19. 3:75
4.12.74
4.12.74
4.12.74
27. 3.75
4.12.75
27. 3.75

8. 4.75
8. 4.75
4. 4.75
4. 4.75
5. 4.75

4. 4.75

4. 4.75

4 4.75

10. 4.75
11. 4.75
11. 4.75

18. 4.75

18. 4.75
28. 4.75


Geest Land
Geest Land
Booker Trojan
Booker Trojan
Federal Maple

Geest Crest

Geest Crest

Geest Crest

Federal Maple
Ulysses
Ulysses

Geest Star

Geest Star
Booker Trojan


Geest Industries Ltd.
Geest Industries Ltd.
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
A.C. Hillocks Ag.

Geest Industries Ltd.

Ceest Industries Ltd.

Geest Industiies Ltd.

A.C. Hillocks Agen.
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited

Geest Industries Ltd.

Geest Industries Ltd.
W. J. Abbott & Sons


do.

WIF 827F/St.Vincent
Sales and Services
Club Service Station


1 case STC 2 Hoover
Cleaner
1 case Service Sign


1 ctn.


Hazells 136 1-24 24 ctns.
P.H.V. 1 ctn.
B.S.C. 1 ctn.
HL W25/74 1/50 50 crates
Kraft LM 33 ctns.
Regent 19-33 St. V 15 boxes
Order 4310 MCo 26 ctns.
20-835
Club SS # R/27 3 cases
Royal Bank of Canada 8 ctns.
SC 6 pallets
Caribbean Mfg. 1 box
(7) 50 C/4
Trotmans O/no 1 1 case
C & CHH 13674 1 bdl.


Hazells St. Vincent
Vinlee C.D.C. St. Vin-
cent 1035
L.S. 3677/1-2
W. D. Kingstown
W.I.F. 0. D. Bris-
bane Ltd. 00291
PMO (H.T. Co.)
No. 140 A
S.W.P. 19/20
Brisbane
L.B. Co.
MBB 37/74 C-I
N.W. St. Vincent
R.P. St. Vincent
N.W. St. Vincent
S.S. & S POB 599
St. Vin. 6303571,
6591648
G.T.L.
C.K.G.
J.E.N. Dominica


9 bdls.
1 ctn.

2 cases
1 pallet
1 ctn.


Gasket for Motor
Vehicles
Polythene Buckets
Merchandise
Shoes
Plywood
Luncheon Meat
Plywood
Lighting Equipment

Motor Vehicle Spares
Electric Irons
Milk
Vegetable Oil Mill
Machine parts
Electrical Apparatus
Galvanized Corru-
gated Steel Sheets
Steel Bars
Jacks

Iron Waer
STC 10 bags Gemodan
Safety Book Matches


100 ctns. Food Stuff


2 ctns
1 c,;:.
1 ctn.
6 ctns.
25 ctns.
340 bags
25 ctns.
2 cases


23 ctns.
1 ctl.
1 ctn.


Star Agencies Grenada 1 ctn.
Norma's Boutique 4 cases
St. Viiceit
MM & S St. Vin- 1 bale
cent 4447
C&W 22226 NB Micro 2 bales
St. Vincent. 1-2
C&W 22226 NB 1 case
Micro St. Vincent 1-2
SVS 283 Kingstown 1/2 2 cases
PHV 5747 2 cases
VT 2829 St. Vincent 2 pallets
48 ctns.
CML B2353 K/town 10 ctns.


F. D. St. Vinceidt
Muscon 7/758 St.
Vincent 1-8


2 bdls.
8 boxes


Phillipine Handicraft
provision
Luncheon Meat
Paper Napkins
Tinned Herrings
Poultry Feed
Tinned Herrings
Motor Vehicle Spares

Butter
Butter
Confectionery
Broons
Wooden Articles

Knitted Crimp PC
Goods
Alumfinium Sections
& Angles
Aluminium Sections
and Fixing Material
Footwear
Iron Goods
STrc
Dried Cod Fish
Cautlic Soda Class
t6trosdves
Tubihg
Plywood


Atlantic Intripid Hazells Limited
Novelist Hazells Limited
Elizabeth Orlendoff Hazells Limited
Pericles Hazells Limited
Pericles Hazells Limited
Geest Tide Geest Industries Ltd.
Pericles Hazells Limited
Geest Tide Geest Industries Ltd.











264 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1975.-(No. 48).


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2-(Contd.)


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


29. 4.75 Ulysses
28. 4.75 Atlantic Pearl

29. 4.75 Geest Land

29. 4.75 Ge.st Land

29. 4. 73 G:,;t Liai

7. 5.75 Geest Crest

7. 5.75 Geest Crest
7. 5.75 Geest Crest

7. 5.75 Geest Crest
9. 5.75 Geest Crest
9.12.74 Olga
9.12.74 Olga
10.12.74 Lady Sorcha
10.12.74 Lady Sorcha
10.12.74 Lady Sorcha
10.12.74 Lady Sorcha
13.12.74 Alva
13.12.74 Aiva
13.12.74 Alva
13.12.74 Alva
13.12.74 Alva

15.12.74 Virginia S.A.
18.12.74 Nomad
18.12.74 Nomad
18.12.74 Nomad
13.12.74 Alva
26. 8.74 Virginia S.A.
2. 1.75 M.V. Alva
6. 1.75 Ro;arene
3.12.74 Virginia S.A.
9.12.74 Olga
21. 1.75 Olga
24. 2.75 Alva
24. 2.75 Alva
7. 3.75 Seargeant Triumph

10. 3.75 Virginia S.A.
10. 3.75 Virginia S.A.
5. 5.75 Rosarene

12. 5.75 Olga
20. 5.75 Rosarene
20. 5.75 Rosarene
28. 5.75 Alva

3.11.73 Virginia S.A.
15.10.73 Sea View
12. 4.74 Sergeant Triumph

4. 4.74 Arlingham
26.10.73 Nomad
10. 2.73 Nomad


Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited


G.P.L.
Esso Standard O


Geest Industries Ltd. ASB Kingstown

Geest Industries Ltd. Trotman's St. Vi

G st Ii li;tries Ltd. RM\4L St. Vince
194 1-2
Geest Industries Ltd. TES 361c, 363c,
364c
Geest Industries Ltd. No Marks
Geest Industries Ltd. W.J.A. & Sons L
9037/1-2
Geest Industries Ltd. WIFC S.S. Sv 17
Geest Industries Ltd. Hazells
A.C. Hillocks Ag. SVM
A.C. Hillocks Ag. SVM
A.C. Hillocks Ag. Carib Contractor
A.C. Hillocks Ag. No Marks
A.C. Hillocks Ag. No Marks
A.C. Hillocks Ag. No Marks
A.C. Hillocks Ag. T.G.G.
A.C. Hillocks Ag. No Marks
A.C. Hillocks Ag. No Marks
A.C. Hillocks Ag. No Marks
A.C. Hillocks Ag. Caribbean Devel
ment Corpor
G. A. Forde E. Young
A. C. Hillocks Ag. F.B.A.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. No Marks
Al C. Hillocks Ag. Union Estate
A. C. Hillocks Ag. S.G.
G. A. Forde G.A.F.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. L.B.S.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. C & Co.
G. A. Forde U.T.L.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. S.V.M.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. N.D.C.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. W.T.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. E.B.
W. J. Abbott & Sons Ernest Bacchus
Ltd.
G. A. Forde No Marks
G. A. Forde No Marks
A. C. Hillocks Ag. Antilles Yacht Ec
Co.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. D.H.C.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. No Marks
A. C. Hillocks Ag. No Marks
A. C. Hillocks Ag. Connell

G. A. Forde N/M
A. C. Hillocks Ag. H.T.
W. J. Abbott & Sons N/M
Ltd.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. N/M
A. C. Hillocks Ag. H.B.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. E.B.


7 ctns. Advertising Material
il 2 pallet STC 45 batteries for
Charges
67 drums Caustic Soda
Hazardous Class
ncent 1 case Miniature Circuit
breakers


nt

362c,


td.

4/75


s






op-
ratioi
















luipt


2 pales PC Nylon

3 T'chest Electrical Accessories

1 T'chest Electrical Accessories
2 cases Motor Vehicles Parts


Motor Spares
Disenfectant
Lube Oil
Lube Oil
Wheel Barrow
Barbed Wire
Wire Nails
Bolt, Nails etc.
Scales
It ves
Ironing tables
Slicers
Wooding Machine

Merchandise
Tisane de Dubon
Zest Orange Drink
Arrowroot Machine
Alcolado
Pepsodent
Macaroni
Pipe Fit i.gs
Lube Oil
Lube Oil
Aluminium Sheets
Religious Books
Alcolado
Merchandise

Glue
Plastic bags
Torpedo Navicote

Office Furniture
Paint
Paint
Plastic tubes and
fittings
Paint
Paper Bags
Hot dog sausages

Paint
Paper
Alcolado


1 T'chest
4 ctns.
15 pails
5 drums
6 only
6 bags
30 ctns.
1 ctn.
2 ctns.
1 case
3 bdls
2 ctns.
1 case
n
2 pkgs.
5 ctns.
2 ctns.
1 case
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
50ctns.
3 ctns.
5 pails
22 pails
10 crates
4 ctns
2 ctns
2 pkgs.

1 box
2 bdls.
.4 ctns.

1 case
5 only
I only
11 pkgs.

1 ctn.
4 ctns.
50 ctns.

1 ctn.
1 bale
1 ctn.










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1975.-(No. 48). 265


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2-AIR CARGO


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


25.10.74
12.11.74

:20.11.74
30.10.74
9.12.74

9.12.74
9.12.74

:20.12.74

2. 1.75

2. 1.75
2. 1.75

10. 1.75

10. 1.75

10. 1.75

19. 2.75

,19. 2.75


.24. 2.75
:24. 2.75
2. 4.75

2. 4.75

2. 1.75
2. 1.75

28. 5.75


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.
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.

Private Aircraft
L.I.A.T.

27. 7.74 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.


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.

Private Aircraft
L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.


N/M 3703862 4 ctns.
Gerry's Service 1 pkg.
Centre 106-3807285
C.I.B.C. 33543 1 pkg.
Velma Browne N/M 4 pkgs.
SV. Motors Limited 1 pkg.
106-3547456
C.I.B.C. 6851834 1 ctn.
Miss L. Edwards 1 pkg.
7518757
Young Island 11 ctns.
Resort 7025715
Universal Sales 1 pkg.
48077746
Unknown 6429258 1 pkg.
Norma's Boutique 1 pkg.
0265447660
Singer Co. Ltd. 1 only
61319591
Patrick Ferrari 1 pkg.
55412534
Messrs. Primus 1 ctn.
3731173
Hazells Limited 1 pkg.
125-34489 453
Royal Bank of Canada I ctn.


(Norma's Boutique)
106-3824586
C. Cooper N/M 1
Nissan 026-58249052 2
United Traders 1
106-3827596
C.I.B.C. V.B. & S 2
140-00349591
Mr. A. Eustace 2
C. King 1
75190183
Straker Calypso 2
106-2957264
C.I.B.C. (Cosmorama) 3
1344172916
Lyric Trading N/M
Marcelle in St. Lucia
106-0159955
C.I.B.C.-Kingston 1
140-00278272


case
pkgs.
ctn.

pkgs.

pkgs.
pkg.

pkgs.

Spkgs.

6 pails
2 ctns.


Shoes
Motor Car Parts

G.M.U.
G.M.U.
Machine Parts

G.M.U.
Used Clothing

Kithcen Utensils

G.M.U.

Unknown
Garments

Cutting Machine

Electrical Equip-
ment
Display Rock

Spare Parts

Wearing Apparel


Merchandise
G.M.U.
Wearing Apparel

Wearing Apparel

Fishing Tackles
Personal Effects

Phono Records

Cotton

Adhesive
Cherry Brandy


ctn. Shirts


L.I.A.T.

7.12.74 L.I.A.T.


5.12.74
13.12.74

17.12.74

17.12.74


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

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.


21.12.74 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.


Electronic Electrical I ctn. Metal Manufacture
N/N
Eastern Caribbean 1 pkg. Tiles
Agencies
77619231
Young Island N/N 1 drum Chlorine
Viola Bailey 1 pkg. Clothing
00306364
Mrs Lyris Moore /G/da
00314694 1 pkg. Food Stuff
New Pharmacy G/da 1 ctn. Drugs
07477610245
John Houser 2 pkgs. Chinaware
3737296










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1975.-(No. 48).


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2-AIR CARGO-(Contd.)


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


24.12.74 L.I.A.T.

21.12.74 L.I.A.T.

2712.74 L.I.A.T.


13. 1.75
27. 1.75


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


19. 1.75 L.I.A.T.

1. 2.75 L.I.A.T.

1. 2.75 L.I.A.T.


13. 2.75

15. 3.75

18. 3.75


L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.


26. 3.75 L.I.A.T.

29. 3.75 L.I.A.T.
9. 4.75 L.I.A.T.


16. 4.75 L.I.A.T.

21.4 .75 L.I.A.T.


25.4.75

13.5.75

13.5.75

13.5.75

17.5.75

31.5.75

31. 5. 75


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


L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.

L.I.A.T.


M. Davis 1 S/case Personal Effects
75059482
John Houser 2 pkgs. Chinaware
3737296
Hazells Limited 2 ctns. Motor Parts
01672274
Unknown 08246335 1 pkg. Unknown
Velma Browne 2 ctns. Pants
119-00633415
Progressive Trading 2 pkgs. Transformers
Co 106-3334085
Mc D. Bellingv 1 pkg. Wearing Apparel
140-31893884
Connells Ltd. 11 pkgs. Tapes
907-07909716
Progressive Trading 1 pkg. Records
Co 106-3402766
Connells Ltd. 2 pkgs. Micro Films reader
220-2311-3786
Norma's Boutique 1 ctn. Wearing Apparel
140-00368616
Shipwreck Shop 2 ctns. Wall Plaques
106-3950855
R. Sandy N/M 1 pkg. Unknown
Caribbean Sailing 1 pkg. Engine parts
Yachts
106-3158506
Shipwreck Shop 1 pkg. Dispensers Tape
0070679984
M. Moussa & Son I ctn. Unknown
00373321
Rita Morris 4 pkgs Printed Matter
140-00373531
Canadian Imperial I pkg. Activator
Bank 140-00277064
Velma Browne & Son 2 ctns. Comrretics
106-3990604 -
Stechers Ltd. 1 ctn. Cosmetics
106-3990630
Shipwreck Shop 18 ctns. Sun Tan Prep Es alcns
007-08909865
Universal Sales Corp. 1 pkg. Plaster and leather
026-61908652
Eastern Caribbean 15 ctns. Suitcases
Agency 026-54811654


CARGO FROM TRANSIT SHED WAREHOUSED FOR OVER THREE MONTHS


Unknown Unknown


4. 9.74 Booker Trojan
Unknown Unknown
Unknown Unknown
Unknown Unknown
Unknown Unknown
Unknown Unknown
Unknown Unknown
Unknown Unknown
3.7. 72 Unytoiwn


Unknown


Hazells Limited
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
UnknoWn
Unknown


Caribtean Sailing
Yachts

W.J.A.
B.S.M.
N6 Marks
McCY
Cirea & Co.
N/M
I.T.
N/M
St. Lucia


3 ctns. Orange Soda, White
Rock Cola and
Cola
1 ctn. Buckley's Mixture
1 ctn. Pear Soap
I ctn. White Rock Soda
1 ctn. Yeast
1 ctn. Yeast
1 ctn. Merchandise
I ctn. Paper Bags
Ictn. Food
I ctn. Medicind0 Prepaia-
tions










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1975.-(No. 48). 267


CAR30 FROM TRANSIT SHED ETC. -(Contd.)



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


Unknown
25. 7.75
Unknown
7.2.74
23. 4.74


Unknown
Atlantic Star
Unknown
Fedral Maple
Federal Maple


4. 9.74 Booker Trojan
29. 4.74 Atlantic Comet
Unknown Unknown
Unknown Unknown
27. 2.75 Novelist
6. 4.75 Archimedes
3.10.73 Archimedes
Unknown Unknown
Unknown Unknown
25. 6.74 Dalesman
18.10.74 Aristoteles
Unknown Unknown

Unknown Unknown

26. 6.74 Pericles


25. 6.74
26. 6.74
18.10.74
23. 8.72
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
10. 7.74

Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
29. 4.73
14. 4.74

Unknown

11.10.74
30.11.74
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown

23.11.74
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
3. 3.73
Unknown
Unknown
21. 5.75
4. 5.75
4. 5.75
Unknown
Unknown
30.11.74


Dalesman
Pericles
Aristotleles
Booker Trojan
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Sunboden

Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Atlantic Pearl
Sun Hope

Unknown

Geest Land
Federal Maple
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown

Booker Trojan
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Atlantic Sky
Unknown
Unknown
Federal Maple
Atlantic Comet
Atlantic Comet
Unknown
Unknown
Federal Maple


Unknown
Hazells Limited
Unknown
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.

Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Unknown
Unknown
A. C. Hillocks
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
Unknown
Unknown
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hilolcks Ag.
Unknown

Unknown

A. C. Hillocks Ag.

A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
Hazells Limited
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
W. J. Abbott and
Sons Ltd.
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Hazells Limited
W. J. Abbott and
Sons Ltd.
Unknown

Geest Industries Ltd.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown

Hazells Limited
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Hazells Limited
Unknown
Unknown
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Unknown
Unknown
A. C. Hillocks Ag.


N/M
E.D.L. 253/73
N/M
J.H.H.
R.P.L.


St. Vincent
Bravo
S.G.
Corea & Co.
Brisbane
H.B.
N/M
Y. D. Lima
H.T. Co.
N/M
L.B.S.
L.B. & Co.

N.B.

H.T. Co

H.T. Co
H.T. Co
L.B.
P.H.V.
N/M
R. M. Jones
N/M
Low Budget

L. Gunsam
N/M
C.K.G.
No Marks
N/M

W.S.M.
Bridgetown
G.W.F.
E.B.
N/M
N/M
N/M
N/M
P. H. Veira

B.S.C.
B.S.C.
Plymouth-Montserrat
N/M
N/M
DeFreitas Enterprises
Vinlec C.D.C. 40197
O. D. Brisbane
Minvielle-St. Lucia
Petit St. Vincent
G.H.
Point-A-Pitie
P. H. Veira


1 ctn. Tomato Paste
1 case Bathing trunks
1 only ail Tile Cement
1 ctn. GM.U.
I ctn. Medicinal Prepara-
tions
1 ctn. Unknown
5 ctns. Bravo Beef
1 ctn. Toilet Paper
1 ctn. Tissue Towels
1 ctn. Baking Powder
1 ctn. Luncheon Meat
1 ctn. Garden Equipment
1 ctn. Waiters
1 ctn. Luncheon Meat
1 ctn. Plumrose Meat
I ctn. Dak Luncheon Meat
1 ctn. Hambourge Luncheon
meat
1 ctn. Hambourge
Luncheon Meat
1 ctn. Plumrose Sterilized
Cream
3 ctns. Hambourge Sausagez
1 ctn. Tulip Luncheon Meat
I ctn. Lita Milk
1 ctn. Essence
1 ctn. "'-imips
1 ctn. Tissue Rolls
I ctn. Tissue Serviettes
1 ctn. Serviettes


1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 box
1 ctn.

1 ctn.

1 ctn.
4 cnts
Ictn.
1 bag
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 bale

1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 only
1 pkg.
1 pkg.
1 pkg.
1 pkg.
1 pkg.
1 pkg.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
4 ctns.


Kraft Pcrk Luncheon
Marshmallows
Toilet Tissue
Car Mats
Peanut Be.tter

Plastic Pails

Palm Tree Butter
Unknown
Candle
Candle
Candle
Cylinder
Pillow cases and
Sheets
Shoes
Shoes
Shoes
T.V. Screen
Tools
Paints
Rod
Mosquito Coils
Leg Castors
Unknown
Glass
Glass
Tulip canned meat









268 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1975.-(No. 48).


GCA;GO FROM TRANSIT SHED ETC.-(Contd.)


Date Quantity Declared
Warez Conveyance Consignee Marks & Nos. & Contents
h msed Description


Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
U lk 1)v
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Federal Maple
Pericles
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown


Unknown Unknown
9. 11.74 G-AistPo:t


Unknown

Unknown
hooker Trojan
SUtVreeland

Unknotin
Geest Tide

Kirsten Skou
Unknown
Unknown

Unknown

Unknown
Berukow
EL.D
Unknown
Unknown
Adviser
Unknown
Unknown
Unkfiown
Unknowni

Unknown
Unknown
Atlantic Sky
tiikflown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Geest Crest


18.10.74 Geest Crest


Unknown
Unknown
Uikiown
U IC 1),v I
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
U ik-own
Unknown
15. 1.75
31.12.74
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown


Unknown
Unknown
Uink.own
U iknaw
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
Haz:lls Limited
Unk wn
Unknown
Unknown

Unknown
G:.st Indadtries
Limit.-d
Unknown

Unknown
Hazells Limited
W. J. Abbott &
Sons Ltd.
Unknown
Geest Industries
Limited
Hazells Limited
Unknown
Unknown

Unknown

Unknown
Hazells Limited
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
Unknown
Unknown
Hazells Limited
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown

Unknown
Unknown
Hazells Limited
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Geest Industries
Limited
deest Industries
Limited


1 ctn.
1 pkg.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 only
1 pkg.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 pkg.
6 pkgs
1 pkg.
1 ctn.
5 only


Plumrose meat
Tubes
Assorted Goods
Assorted Goods
Vintage Steak Sauce
Nails
Scales
Baking Powder
Saw Blade
Auto Parts
Unknown
Ajax
Stocking
Paper Napkins
Shower curtains
Salami
Shower Curtains
& Rugs


H.T.C
W. J. Abbott
L.L.R.
St. Andrews-Grenada
M.C.C.Y.
N/M
E.H.
N/M
N/M
St. Vincent Motors
Hayers-Antigua
N/M
Kirpsorns
No Marks
E.D.L.
Hinds
N/M

Bata
Hadaway
St. Vincent #3
C.C.J. Order #1167
Georgetown
N/M
Joachim Engineering
P.H.V.

Hazells
Corea and Co

Nevis via St. Kitts
No Marks
Grenadine View-L.W.
Point Grace
N/M

N/M
H.T. Co
Corea & Co.
DeFreitas
DeFreitas
S.W.C.
L.T.C.
St. Vincent Motors
C.L.J.
Nevis

H.T.C.
L.T. Co
N/M
G.W.F.
N/M/
W.B.H.
Harpers-Angtiua
Technical College
N/M
N/M
J.H.H.
R.V. Mustique
P.H.V.
P.H.V.
Corea and Company

Corea tand Company


1 bag

1 bale
1 ctn.
1 pkg.


Celophane bags

Thread
Sanitary Fixtures
Rolled Oats


1 ctn. Bitso
1 tin Merchandise


1 ctn.
1 pkg.
1 ctn.


Holland Yeast
Radio Spares
Merchandise


2 bdls. Swimming Pool
Equipment
1 ctn. Shampoo
1 ctn. Herring
1 ctn. Elmer's Cement
1 ctn. Sausages
1 ctn. Sausages
1 ctn. Eatteries
1 ctn. Codol
1 pkg. Car Parts
4 ctns. P.V.C. Cleaner
1 ctn. Christmas Decora-
tions
1 ctn. Essence
1 ctn. Essence
1 Ltn. Animal Medicine
1 ctn. Heinz Tomato Paste
2 tins Ox tongues
I0 ctns. Bess Soap
I ctn. Medicine
1 ctn. Projector Parts
1 ctn. Chair Legs
1 ctn. Tomato halves
1 ctn. Olives
1 ctn. Cream Powder
1 ctn. Clothes Hangers, .
1 ctn. Biscuits ,-,'. .,
1 pkg. Unknown


2 pkgs.


Unknown


1 ctn. Shoes
1 ctn. Thread


Unknown

Unknown
16.12.73
16.11.64

31. 1.12
2. 5.72

18.10.72
Unknown
Unknown

Unknown

Unknown
31.12.73
9. 8.74
Unknown
Unknown
18. 1.74
Unknown
Unknownt
Unknown
Unknown

Unknown
Unknown
5.11.73
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
31. 7.72
Unknown
31. 7.72
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
18.10.74


I










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1975.-(No. 48). 269


CARGO FROM TRANSIT SHED ETC. -(Cont.)


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


Atlantic Piorear
Unknown
Unknown
Specialist
Unknown
Atlantic Comet
Federal Maple
Unknown

Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown

Unknown
Federal Maple
Atlantic Merchant


Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown

Unknown
do.


31.10.74 do.


do.
do.
dO.
do.
Geest Land
Uriklitwri
do.
Unktibvn
Unknown
Unknown
do.
Booker Trojan
Unknown
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.


15.12.74
Unknown
10.12.74
9. 8.73
Unknown
21. 4.73
1.10.73
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11. 4.71
2. 7.74


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Unknown
Unknown

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L.B. & Co.
No Marks
P.H.V.
O. D. Brisbane & Sons
E.D.L.
J.H.H.S. & Co
Yammie
H.O.M. & Co-Grand
Cayman
No Marks
N/M
D.A.R.-Antigua
Corea and Conmpany
W.J. Abbott &
Sons
E.D.L & S.
M.C.C.Y.
Corea & Co


I ctn.
1 roll
I ctn.
1 pkg.
I ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.

1 bdle
Ibdle.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.

1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.


Hazells Limited
Unknown
Unknown
Hazeils Limited
Unknown
Hazells Limited
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
Unknown

Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown

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A. C. Hillocks Ag.
Hazells Limited


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Corea and Conpany
W. J. Abbott & Sons
G. W. Frank & Sons
P.H.V.
L.B.S. & Co.
Pete & Co. Ltd.-
St. Lucia
J.H.H.
J.H.H.
United Traders Ltd.
N/M
H.T. Co
E.D.L. & S. 379/73
N/m
P.B. Ltd.-Demerara
Rupchand & Sons Ltd.
C.K.G.
C.K.G.
C.K.G.
L.M.
N.P.
Emdee Enterprises
Emdee Enterprise
M.C.C.Y.
M.C.C.Y.
Baynes Bros
Baynes Bros.
Euriie Wtnadi"e
F.D.L.
Food Fair-Grenada
Corea and Company
Corea and Company
Corea and Company
Corea and Company
Corea and Company


1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.

1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 pkg.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 only
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn
1 ctn.
2 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 btn.
1 ctn.
1 eto.
1 ctn.
-3 etij.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
2 ctns.


Sardine
Antennae Wire
Purses
Sample Matches
Shoes
Marine Copper Pain
Barbecue Sauce
Glasses

Plastic Tubs
Bottle Brushers
Plastic Bags
Limacol
Limacol

Plastic Forks
Flash Light Bulbs
Tabasco Pepper
Sauce and batane
fuel
Paper bags
Lowenbran beer
Cylinder
Silvery Corned Beef

Berec Battery
Flourescent lamps
Theimos Flask
Bleach
Toilet Paper
Toilet Paber
Matches
Butter
Vanish Toilet Bowl
Cleaner
Butter
Butter
Bags
Purse
Butter
Cosmetic sets
Tube
Toys (Guns)
Paper Bags
Buckley's Mixture
Limacol
Alcosulphur Lotion
Luncheon Meat
Sugar Less Fruit drops
Sponges
Vermicelli Cereal
Mixed jilces
Tomato Ketchup
Plastie Ware
Paper Bags
Pajrf Bdgs
Earthen Ware
Plastic Wraps
Marsh Mallows
Biscuits
Marcaroni and Cheese
Barbecue Sauce
Egg Noodle and
Cheese Dinner


N/M 2 bdls.
N/M 1 ctn.
N/M 1 ctn.
Comacho-Port-of 1 ctn.
Spain for Bequia
N/M 1 ctn.
I.S.C.L. 18296 1 ctn.
Rudolph Suckoo-T'dad 1 ctn.


10.12.74
10.12.74
10.12.74
1.0.12.74
10.12.74
10.12.74

10.12.74
10.12.74
10.12.74
10.12.74
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270 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1975.-(No. 48).


CARGO FROM TRANSIT SHED ETC.-(Contd.)


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


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C.S.Y.
J.W.R.
P.H.V.
P.H.V.
P.H.V.
A.C.H.P. Antigua
Peter & Co. Ltd.
Antigua PLBG
T.S.S.-Bridgetown
A.P. & H.-Antigua
C Ltd.
V.E.S.
L.B. & Co.
L.B. & S.
Selvez Donimica
V.D.R. Amba
Nussief Dominica
Eastern Caribbean
P.13 Agencies
Genteel
F.B.A.
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F.A.G. St. Vincent

P.H.V.

E.C.A.
V. B. & S 682/9
N/M
Corea & Co. GH51/74
G.G.T. Lts. 140/1
P.W.D.
Mc D.B. 768/52
N/M
P.H.V. #176
N/M


I ctn.
I ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
5 ctns.
1 ctn.
6 ctns.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
2 ctns.
6 ctns.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
2 ctns.
1 ctn.
2 ctns.
1 tin


Leaflets
Adverts
Essence
Biscuits
Smell-O-Pine
Ventolin Syrup
Heinz Cereal
Lavatory Equipment
Sewing Equipment
Solvent Cement
Ice Cream Mix
Bulbs
Ferrol
Alcosulph Cream
Almond Essence
Honey Gold Juice
Cheese
Merchandise


1 ctn. -Worcestershire Sauce
1 ctn. Fry's Cocoa
1 ctn. Fry's Cocoa
1 ctn. Cake decorations
2 ctns. Bulbs
6 pcs. Vegetable Racks with
Stands
2 only Metal Stands
2 pkgs. Towels
1 ctn. Food Colour
8 only Tubes
1 ctn. Swimming Pool
Equipment
2 only Lengths-Plastic Tubes.
1 ctn. Mycil Ointment
1 ctn. Pins on Paper
I ctn. Pitchers
1 ctn. Sultanas
1 ctn. Advertising melerical
Glasses
1 ctn. Peter Pan Scotch
Oats
1 pallet Feminine Towels
1 pallet Plastic Goods
1 ctn. Pipe Fittings
2 ctns. Merchandise
10 ctns. Merchandise
3 bales Merchandise
1 ctn Plastic Goods
32 only Linen Plastic Baskets.
1 pallet Linseed Oil putty
3 only Tyres


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SII




SAINT VINCENT.


Act No. 30 of 1975.
I Assent
[ L.S. ]
RUPERT G. JOHN,
Governor.
8th October, 1975.
AN ACT to amend the Currency (No. 2) Ordinance 1965 and
to implement an Agreement providing for the termination of
the convertibility of the Eastern Caribbean Dollar into
sterling.

[On Proclamation. ]

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 tle Currency (East Short title.
Caribbean) Act 1975 and shall be read as one with the Currency
(No. 2) Ordinance 1965 (No. 2 of 1965) (hereinafter referred
to as the principal Ordinance) and all amendments thereto.

2. The principal Agreement contained in the schedule Schedule to
to the principal Ordinance is amended by deleting Article 9 principal
and substituting the following:- Ordinance
amended.
9. (1) There shall be established an East Caribbean
Currency. The unit of currency shall be the East
.Caribbean dollar which shall be divided into one
hundred cents;


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No. 30. Currency (East Caribbean) 1975.


(2) The parity of the East Caribbean dollar shall
be equivalent to such amount of sterling, gold, U.S.
dollars or special drawing rights as the Authority,
with the approval in writing of the participating
governmenLs and acting in accordance with the
provisions of the articles of Agreement of the Inter-
national Monetary Fund, may prescribe by Order
made in accordance with the provisions of this Article;
Provided that the Authority shall not exercise the
power conferred by this paragraph unless each of the partici-
pating Governments gives its Agreement thereto in writing
to the Authoriy.
(3) An Order made under paragraph (2) of this
Article shall come into operation upon a date other
than the date on which it is made, being either a
date specified therein as the date of its commencement
or, if no date is specified in the Order itself, upon
such other date as may be specified by the authority.
(4). Every Order made under this Article shall be
published in the official Gazettes of each of the partici-
pating ovrn-im. nti.s and may further be made known
therein in such other manner as the Authority considers
appropriate:
Provided that the deletion of sections (2) and
(3) of Article 9 of the principal Agreement shall be without
prejudice to anything done or suffered thereunder, or any
right, privilege, obligation or liability acquired, accrued, or
incurred thereunder".
(b) By deleting Article 11 and substituting the
following:-
"11. The Authority shall from time to time determine
and shall publish the terms and conditions under which
it is prepared to buy or sell or-exchange, or otherwise
deal in East Caribbean dollars and in external
currencies".
(c) By deleting Article 17 and substituting the
following:-
"17. (1) Subject to paragraph (2) of this Article,
the Authority shall at all times maintain a reserve of
external assets consisting of all or any of the follow-
ing:-
(a) gold;






















No. 30. Currency (East Caribbean) 1975.


(b) foreign exchange in the form of notes or
coins or both notes and coins;
(c) money at call or on deposit with banks
outside any of the territories of the partici-
pating Governments;
(d) Treasury Bills issued by a Government other
than a participating Government;
(c) Securities issued or guaranteed by a Govern-
ment other than a participating Government
or by an international organisation and
denominated in a currency other than/East
Caribbean/the dollar;
(f) Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes or
other negotiable instruments denominated in
a currency other than/East Caribbean/the
dollar and payable at a place other than a
place in the territory of a participating
Government; and
(g) any other foreign assets denominated in a
currency that is readily convertible into gold
or into a foreign currency approved by the
Authority.
(2) The reserve referred to in paragraph (1) of
this Article shall be of an amount not less than sixty
per cent of the notes and coins and other demand
liabilities of the Authority.
(3) If at .any time the assets held under
this Article together with such other assets as the
Authority is permitted to hold under Article 19 are
less than the aggregrate amount of the Authority's
notes and coins in circulation and other demand
liabilities such deficiency shall be a liability of the
participating Governments in the proportions pre-
scribed in paragraph 4 of Article 18".
(d) By inserting the following Part and Article after
Article 17:

"PART 111A
TEMPORARY SUSPENSION

17A. (1) If in the opinion of the Managing Director
of the Authority circumstances are such as to require






























,No. 30. Currency (East Caribbean) 1975.


immediate action, the Managing Director may suspend
for a period of not more than three successive
business days the operation of the provisions of Article
11 and he shall give notice thereof in a manner similar
to that prescribed by paragraph (4) of Article 9.
(2) In the exercise of his powers under this Article
the Managing Director shall act only after consulta-
tion with the participating Governments.
(3) For the-purposes of this paragraph the expres-
sion "business day" means a day on which officers at
the Headquarters of the Authority are normally
required to work".

Commence- 3. This Act shall come into operation on such day as the
ment. Governor may appoint by proclamation published in the
Gazette.



Passed in the House of Assembly this 11th day of September, 1975.

J. CLEMENT NOEL,
Ag. Clerk of the House of Assembly.


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


[ Price $1.20 cents. ]


1975.



























SAINT VINCENT. /


Act No. 31 of 1975.'


I Assent,


[ L.S. ]


OH!N,

Governor.

8th October, 1975.


AN ACT to provide for the establishment of an Agricultural
Development Corporation to stimulate, facilitate and
undertake the development of agriculture, to develop and
manage, on a commercial basis, Government estates along
the lines of the Government's agricultural policy and so
as to stimulate and encourage the private sector, and for
matters incidental thereto and connected therewith.
[ 14th October, 1975. ]
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 Saint Vincent Agricultural
Development Corporation Act 1975.
2. In this Act unless the context otherwise requires:-
"agriculture" includes fisheries; forestry, thorticul-
ture and the use of land for any purpose, of
husbandry, inclusive of the keeping or breeding of
livestock, poultry or bees, the cultivation of fruit,
vegetables and the like and the establishment of
grasslands and of soil or water conservation works,
and "agricultural" has a corresponding meaning;


3/ __s_ _ __./_ __ ___


Short title.


Interpretation.




















142

No. 31. St. Vincent Agricultural Development Corporation 1975.

"the Cornoration" means the Saint Vincent Agri-
cultural De ve o p m e n t Corporation established
under section 8 of this Act
"land'' includes messuagesi, tenements and heredi-
taments, corporeal or incorporeal, of every kind
and description and(-Uouses and other buildings and
any estate, right, title or interest in, to or over land.
Establishment 3. (1) There shall be established for the purposes of this
and constitu- Act a body to be called the Saint Vincent Agricultural Develop-
tion of
Corporation. ment Corporation.
(2) The Corporation shall be a body corporate having
perpetual succession and a. co.i.moi seal, with power to pur-
chase, lease or otherwise acquire and hold and dispose of land
: id .other.'property of whatsoever kind.
(3) The Corporation may sue and be sued in its.cor-
' porate name and may for all purposes be described by such
name, and service upon the Corporation of any notice, order or
otlbr document of whatsoever kind, shall be executed by
delivering the same to or sending it by registered post
addressed to the secretary of the Corporation at the office of
the Corporation.
Affixing 4. (1) 'he seal of the Corporation shall be kept in the
of seal and custody of the chairman or deputy chairman or such officer of
authenti- the Corporation as the Corporation may approve, and may be
documents. affixed to instruments pursuant to a resolution of the Corpora-
tion and in the presence of the chairman or deputy chairman
and one other member.
(2) The seal of the Corporation shall be authenticated
by the signature of the chairman or deputy chairman and such
other member, and such seal shall be officially and judicially
notified.
(3) All documents, other than those required by law
to be under seal, made by, mnd all decisions of the Corporation
S'..' may be signified under the hand of the chairman or deputy
chairman.

Membership 5. The Corporation shall consist of such number of mem-
of Corora- bers, n'ot being less thah nine nor more than eleven, as Cabinet
tion, iay from tjie to time appoint by instrument in writing.
























St. Vincent Agricultural Developmient Corpoiration


6. Cabinet shall appoint a chairman and a deputy chair-
man from. among the niembers of the Corporation.


7. A member of the Corporation shall .subject to the
provisions of sections 9, 10 and 11 of this Act hold office for
such period, not exceeding two yeats, as Cabinet may direct
in the instrument appointing such member, but such member
shall be eligible for re-appointment.

8. In the event of incapacity from illness or temporary
cause or of the temporary absence from the Qtate of any member
Cabinet may by instrument in writing -appoint some suitable
person to act as a temporary member during the time such
illness or incapacity continues.

9. Any member of the Corporation other than the chair-
man may at any time resign his office by instrument in writing
addressed to the chairman thereof, who shall forthwith cause
the same to be forwarded to the Secretary to the Cabinet, and
upon the date of the receipt by the chairman of such instrument
such member shall cease to be a member of the Corporation.

10. The chairman may at any time resign his office by
instrument in writing addressed to the Secretary to the Cabinet.
and such resignation shall take effect as from the date of the
receipt of such instrument by the Secretary to the Cabinet.

11. Cabinet by instrument in writing may at -any :time
revoke the appointment of any member of the Corporation if
it thinks it expedient so to do.

12. The appointment, removal, death or resignation of
any member of the Corporation shall be notified in the Govern-
ment Gazette.

13. -The Corporation shall pay to each member of the
Corporation, in respect of his office as such; such remuneration
and allowances (if any) as Cabinet may determine and to the
chairman and deputy chairman in respect of their offices as
such, such remuneration and allowances (if any) in addition
to the remuneration or allowances to which they may be
entitled in respect of their offices as members as may be. so
determined.


Appoithintntm.
of chairman
and Dep"uty"
chairman.

Duration of
office.




Temporary
membership.




Resignation
of members
other than
chairman.



Resignation: A
of chairtnanal



Revocation
of appoint-
ment.

Publication
of revocation
in Gazette.

Remuneration
of members.


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No. 31.





















No. 31. St. Vincent Agricultural Development Corporation 1975.

Appointment 14. The Corporation shall appoint and employ at such
and servants. remuneration and on such terms and conditions as it thinks fit
such officers, agents and servants as it deems necessary for the
proper carrying out of the provisions of this Act:
Provided that-
(a) no salary in excess of the rate of six thousand
dollars per annum shall be assigned to any post
without the prior approval of Cabinet;

(b) no appointment shall be made to any post to
which a salary in excess of six thousand dollars
per annum is assigned without the prior approval
of Cabinet;

(c) no provision shall be made for the payment of
any pensions, gratuities or other like benefits to
any officers or servants or to others by reference
to their service without the prior approval of
Cabinet.
Meeting of 15. (1) The Corporation shall meet at.such times as may
Corporation be necessary or expedient for the transaction of business, and
and pro- such meetings shall be held at such places and times and on such
days as the Corporation may determine.

(2) The chairman, or in the event of his b':ing absent
from the State or for any reason whatsoever is unable to act
the deputy chairman, may at any time call a special me ting-of
the Corporation and shall call a special meeting witl.i'i seven
days of a requisition for that purpose addressed to him in
writing by any three members of the Corporation.

(3) The chairman, or in his absence the deputy chair-
man, shall preside at all meetings of the Corporation.

(4) The chairman, or in his absence the deputy chair-
man, and five other members of the Corporation shall form a
quorum.

(5) The decisions of the Corporation shall be by a
majority of votes and, in addition to an original vote, in ."nv
ease in which the voting is equal the chairman or deputy chair-
man presiding at the meeting shall have a casting vote.






















No. 31. St. Vinccnt Agricultural Development Corporation 1975.


(6) Minutes in proper form of each meeting shall, be
kept by the secretary or such officer as the Corporation may
appoint for the purpose, and shall be confirmed by the Corpor-
ation at the next meeting and sig-ned by the chairman or deputy
chairman as the case may be.

(7) The Corporation may co-opt any one or more per-
sons to attend any particular meeting of the Corporation for
the purpose of assisting or advising the Corporation in any
matter with which the Corporation is dealing, but no co-opted
person shall have the right to vote.

(8) Subject to the provisions of this Act, the Corpora-
tion shall have the power to regulate its- own proceedings.

9. (1) No act done or proceedings taken under this Act Protection of
shall be questioned on the ground- Corporation.
(a) of the existence of any vacancy in the member-
ship of, or any defect in the constitution of the
Corporation; or
(b) of any omission, defect or irregularity not affect-
ing the merits of the case.

(2) No action; suit, prosecution or other proceedings
shall be brought or instituted personally against any member
of the Corporation in respect of any act done bona fide in pur-
suance of or execution or intended execution of this Act.

(3) Where any member of the Corporation is exempt
from liability by reason only of the provisions of this section,
the Corporation shall be liable to the extent that it wou'd be if
the said member was a servant or agent of the Corporation.

16. It shall be the duty of the Corporation- Functions of
Corporation.
(a) to stimulate, facilitate and undertake the develop- porao
ment of agriculture in this State and to carry out,
operate and participate in such agricultural pro-
jects as Cabinet may approve; and
(b) to develop and manage, on a commercial basss,
such estates and other agricultural land as may,
from time to time be vested in it along the line'
of the Government's policy and so as to stimulate
and encourage the private sector.























No. 31. St. Vincent Agricultural Development Corporation 1975.

Power of 17. The Corporation shall, subject to the provisions of this
Corporation. Act, have power to carry on all activities the carrying on of
which appears to it to be requisite, advantageous or convenient
for or in connection with the discharge of its duties under this
Act.

Regulations. 18. The Corporation may, with the approval of Cabinet,
make regulations generally for the better carrying out of the
purposes of this Act.

Power of 19. Cabinet may, after consultation with the chairman or
Cabinet to in any case where the chairman is unable to perform the func-
give general tions of his office, the deputy chairman, give to the Corporation
directions. directions of a general character as to policy to be followed in
the exercise and performance of its functions in relation to
matters appearing to Cabinet to concern the public interest, and
the Corporation shall give effect to any such directions.

Funds and 20. (1) The funds and resources of the Corporation shall
resources of consist of-
Corporation.
(a) such sums as may be provided for the purpose
from time to time by the House of Assembly by
way of grant or advance;
(b) such sums as may from time to time accrue from
the operations of the Corporation ;
(c) such sums or property which may in any manner
become payable toor vested in the Corporation in
respect of any matter incidental to its powers and
duties;
(d) such sums as may from time to time be borrowed
by the Corporation for the purpose of meeting
any of its obligations or discharging any of its
functions;
(e) such sums as mpy become available from any other
source approved by Cabinet.

(2) Subject to the provisions of subsection (3) of
this sect+in, the Corporation may borrow sums required by it
for meeting any of its obligations or discharging any of its
functions.























Nb, 31. St. Viincent Agricultural Development Corporation 1975.


(3) The power of the Corporation to borrow fur
capital purposes snail be exercisable only with the approval
in writing of Cabinet, as to the amount, as to the sources of the
borrowing and as to the terms on which the borrowing may be
effected, and such approval may be either general or limited
to a particular borrowing or otherwise and may be either
unconditional or subject to conditions.

21. The funds of the Corporation shall be applied Application of
towards- fulds of
Corporation.
(a) meeting the obligations and discharging any of
the functions of the Corporation under this Act
and any matters incidental to the foregoing; and

(b) the creation and maintenance of the reserve fund
established under section 22 of this Act.


22.. (1) The Corporation shall establish a reserve fund. Reserve
Fund.
(2) The management of the said fund, the sums to be
carried from time to time to the credit thereof, and the applica-
tion thereof, shall be as the Corporation may determine:

Provided that-.

-(a) no part of the said fund shall be applied other-
wise than for the purposes of the Corporation;
and

(b) the power of Cabinet to give directions to the
Corporation shall extend to the giving to them of
directions as to any matter relating to the estab-
lishment or management of the said fund, the
Carrying of funds to the credit thereof, or tihe
application thereof, notwithstanding that the
directions may be of a specific character.

23. Any sums standing to the credit of the Corporation TI'v,,stmfnt
may from time to time be invested in securities approved of funds.
either generally or specifically by Cabinet, and the Cornoration
may from time to time, with the like approval, sell all or any
of such securities.





















No. 31. St. Vincent Agricultural Development Corporation 1975.

24. (1) The Corporation shall keep accounts of its trans- Accounts
actions in such form and manner as sliall satisfy Cabinet and and audit.
such accounts shall be audited annually by an auditor appointed
by the Corporation with the approval of Cabinet.

(2) The Director of Audit shall be entitled, on the
direction of Cabinet, to carry out at any time an investigation
into, or a special audit qf, such accounts.

(3) The members, officers and servants of the Cor-
poration shall grant to the Director of Audit or the auditor
appointed to audit the accounts under subsection (1) of this
section, as the case may be, access to all books, documents, cash
and securities of the Corporation and shall give to- him on
request all such information as may be within their -knowledge
in relation to the operation of the Corporation.

(4) If any person fails to comply with the provisions
of subsection (3) of this section, he shall. be guilty of an offence,
and shall be Fable on conviction before a court of summary
jurisdiction to a fine not exceeding. two hundred dollars or to
a term of imprisonment not exceeding three months.
25. (1) The Corporation shall as soon as possible after Annual
the expiration of each financial year and in any event not later report.
than the thirty-first day of December in any year submit to the
Secretary to Cabinet a report containing-
(a) an account of its transactions throughout the
preceding financial year in such detail as Cabinet
may direct; and
(b) a statement of the accounts of the Corporation
audited in accordance -with the provisions of
section 24 of this Act.

(2) A copy of the said report together with a copy
of the auditor's report shall be laid on the table of the House
of Assembly.

Passed in the House of Assembly this 11th day of September, 1975.

J. CLEMENT NOEL,
Ag. Clerk of the House of Assembly.

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


[ Price $2.40 cents. ]


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SAINT VINCENT.


Act No. 32 of 1975.

I Assent, 1

RUPER'B /

[ L.S. ] Governor.

8th October, 1975.

AN ACT to make provisions relating to Pensions and similar
benefits payable to Officers ulder the Overseas Services
Aid Scheme and for purposes connected therewith and
incidental thereto.
[ 14th October, 1975. ].
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 Overseas Services Aid Short title
Scheme Pensions (Takeover) Act 1975, and shall be deemeed to and
come into effect on 1st July, 1975. Commence-
ment.
2. Unless the context otherwise requires:- Interpretation.
(a) "actuary" means a Fellow of the Institute of
Actuaries or of the Faculty of Actuaries in
Scotland;
(b) "agreement" means the Public Officers' Pen-
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(c) "the appointed day" means the day mutually
arranged between the Government of the United
Kingdom and the Government of St. Vinceent;
(d) "The St. Vincent element" in relation to a
pension means:-
(i) in respect of a pension arising from death
resulting from an injury on duty, or a pen-
sion or additional pension arising from such
an injury, being a pension which results from
an occurance during relevant service, that
proportion of the pension which the rate of
the officer's pensionable emoluments other
than inducemeent allowance at the date he
received the injury bears to the rate of the
officer's total pensionable emoluments at that
date;
(ii) in the case of any other pension, that
proportion of the pension which the total
pensionable emoluments other than induce-
ment allowance enjoyed by the officer during
his relevant service bears to the total pen-
sionable emoluments enjoyed-by him through-
out his public service under the Government
of St. Vincent which have been taken into
account in determining the amount of that
pension;
(e) "inducement allowance" means any inducement
allowance enjoyed by an officer under the Over-
seas Service (St. Vincent) Agrccmel t 1961, a's
ratified and confirmed by the Overs ,i Service
Ordinance 1962, or any agreement or arrange-
ment amending or replacing the sam ;
(f) "officer" means an officer to whom t e Public
Officers Agreement between Her Majesty's Gov-
ernment in the United Kingdom and the Gov-
ernment of St. Vincent signed at' St. V;cent
on the 26th October 1969 (hereinafter re erred
to as "the Public Officers Agreement") applies
or applied; or an officer w] o holds or has held
an office in the public services jointly of St.
Vincent and of one or more other countries or
territories in the Windward Islands or the T-ee-
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the Government of St. Vincent have accepted
responsibility and to whom the Public Officers
Agreement would have applied if his office had
been declared to be a pensionable office under
the pensions laws and he had been appointed to
to the public service of St. Vincent and includes
any beneficiary;
(g) "other public service" means public service not
under the Government of St. Vincent;
(h) "pension" means any pension, gratuity, or any
retiring allowance or other like benefit, or any
increase of pension or additional pension payable
under the pensions laws by the Government of
St. Vincent to an officer or in respect of any
officer but does not include compensation pay-
able under the St. Vincent (Compensation and
Retiring Benefits) Order 1969;
(i) "pensionable emoluments"
(i) in respect of public service under the Gov-
ernment of St. Vincent includes:-
(aa) Salary;
(bb) inducement allowance;
(cc) personal allowance; and
(dd) house allowance;
but does not include duty allowance or enter-
tainment allowance or any other emoluments
whatever;
(ii) in respect of other public service, means
emoluments which count for pension in accord-
ance with the laws or regulations in force in
such service;
(j) "pensions laws" means:
(i) any law, regulation or administrative
direction providing for the payment of pen-
sions to officers in respect of public-service
and in force in St. Vincent at any time prior
to 1 April 1971 and enacted prior to that
date, and
(ii) the St. Vincent (Compensation and Re-
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(iii-) any other law, regulation or administra-
tive direction accepted by the Government of
the United Kingdom and the Government of
St. Vincent for the purposes of the Agreement,
(k) "public service" means:
(i) service in a civil capacity under the Gov-
ernment of St. Vincent or any other country
or territory in the Commonwealth;
(ii) service under the East Africa High Com-
mission, the East African Common services
Organisation, the East African Posts and
Telecommunications Administration, the East
African Railways and Harbours Administra-
tion, the East African Community, the East
African Harbours Corporation, the East
African Post and Telecommunications Cor-
poration, or the East African Railways Cor-
porations;
(iii) service which is pensionable:
(aa) under the Overseas Superannuation
Scheme; or
(bb) under any Acts relating to the
superannuation of teachers in the
United Kingdom; or
(cc) under a local authority in the United
Kingdom; or
(dd) under the National Health Service
of the United Kingdom;
(iv) any other service accepted by the Gov-
ernment of the United Kingdom and the Gov-
ernment of St. Vincent to be public service
for the purposes of the Agreement';
(v) except for the purposes of computation
of a pension, gratuity or other allowance and
of determination of the maximum pension
grantable, service as a Governor in respect
of which a pension may be granted under the
Overseas Pensions Act 1973 or any Act amend.
ing or replacing that Act;
('vi) service as the holder of the office of
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Appeal for Eastern Africa established by the
Eastern Africa Court of Appeal Order in
Council, 1961 (United-Kingdom S.I. 1961 No.
2323) or the Court of Appeal for East Africa;
(vii) service in the service of the Interim
Commissioner for the West Indies;
(1)- "relevant service" means public service in a
civil capacity under'the Government of St. Vnm-
cenit on or after 27 October 1969;
(m) "the taxation element" means the sum accepted
by the two Governments as being equivalent to'
the proceeds of income tax or any similar tax
received by the Government of St. Vincent on
any sums which are reimbursable in accordance
with section 4 sub-section 1 (c).


3. With effect from the appointed diy the Government
of the United Kingdom hall assume from the Government of
St. Vincent the responsibility for the control, administration
and payment of pensions which have been awarded before the
appointed day and for the award, control, administration and
payment of pensions which would fall to be awarded on or after
the appointed day, to or in respect of officers in relation to
public service of such officers in Saint Vincent.

4. (1) The Government of the United Kingdom shall
undertake:
(a) the award, control, administration and pay-
ment of pensions referred to in Article 2 of
the Agreement to or in respect of the per-
sons concerned in accordance with the prin-
ciples and rules contained in the pensions
laws, with such modifications as may be
necessary in consequence of the transfer of
responsibility under the Agreement, or in
accordance with such other principles and
rules as the Government of the United King-
dom may from time to time determine.
(b) that apart from any modifications arising
from the pensions being payable out of pub-
lic moneys of the United Kingdom the Gov-
ernment of the United Kingdom shall not


Assumption of
Responsibility
by Govern-
'ment of
United
Kingdom.




Obligations of
the Govern-
ment of the
United ,
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apply to or in respect of any officer different
provisions from those contained in the
pensions laws (other than any provisions,
expressed or implied, relating to the currency
and m( thod o? payment of a pension) so as
to make, such provisions less favourable to
any be leficiary or potential beneficiary than
the provisions applicable to him on the ap
points d day: Provided that if a beneficiary
or p(,cential beneficiary elects to have any
provision applied to him, that provision
sha.l be taken to be more favourable to him;
(c) that the Government of the United Kingdom
shall reimburse the Government of St. Vin-
cent, in accordance with such procedure as
may be mutually arranged between the two
Governments, the aggregate amount less the
taxation element, of the following payments
due on or after 1 April 1971, being amounts
due under the pensions laws, and made by
the Government of St. Vincent to or in res-
pect of officers:
(i) the full cost of payments representing
that portion of a pension or gratuity pay-
able to or in respect of an officer which
accrues from Public Service under the
Government of St. Vincent before 27th
October 1969.
(ii) such proportion (if any) of the cost
of payment representing that part of the
pension or gratuity payable to or in res-
pect of an officer which accrues from ser-
vice on or after 27 October 1969 as is
attributable to his pensionable induce-
ment allowance.
(2) For the purpose of, sub-section (1) (c)
(a) the proportion of a pension or gratuity
which accrues from service before 27 Octo-
ber 1969 is that proportion which the total
pensionable emoluments received by an
officer from his public service under the
Government of St. Vincent prior to 27
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emoluments received from all his public
service under that Government;
(b) subject to pargraph (c) of this sub-section
the proportion of a pension or gratuity
which is attribatable to inducement allow-
ance is that proportion which the total pen-
sionable .inducement allowance received by
an officer during his relevant service bears
to the total pensionable emoluments received
by him from all his public service under the
Government of St. Vincent.
(c) in respect of a pension arising from death
resulting irom an injury on duty or a pen-
sion or additional pension arising from such
an injury being a pension which results
from an occurrence during relevant service,
the proportion which is attributable to in-
ducement allowance is that proportion of
the pension which 'the rate of the officer's
pensionable inducement allowance at the
date he received the injury bears to the
rate of his total pensionable emoluments at
that date.

5. (a) The Government of St. Vincent shall be respon- Obligaition of
sible for the payment of any pension which is un- Gooverinent
paid on the appointed day. of St. Vincent.
(b) The Government of St. Vincent shall pay to the
Government of the United Kingdom in respect of
any pension awarded before the appointed day to
or in respect of an officer a sum representing the
cost of the St. Vincent element of such pension.
(c) The Government of St. Vincent shall pay to the
Government of the United Kingdom in respect of
any pension awarded on or after the appointed
day to or in respect of an officer.
(i) that part of the sum which would represent
the St. Vincent element of such pension if the
public service of the officer ceased on the a,-
pointed day, which is attributable to the officer's
relevant service up to the day inmmediate'y
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(ii) 25% of the officer's pensionable emolu-
ments other than inducement allowance, earned
during that part of his relevant service which
occurs on or after the appointed day;

(iii) The Government of St. Vincent shall when-
ever requested by the Government of the LUmted
Kingdom supply to the latter Government such
information in connection with the operation of
the arrangements contained in the agreement;
(iv) the sums payable under this section shall
be actuarially determined by an actuary nom-
inated by the Government of the United King-
dom and acceptable to the Government of St.
Vincent and shall be reduced by a sum accepted
by the two Governments as representing the
tax which the Government of St. Vincent would
have received in respect of the St. Vincent
element of the pensions.

Modification 6. (a) On and after the appointed day the provisions of
of previous the Overseas Service (St. Vincent) Agreement
Agreements. 1961, and any agreement or arrangement amending
or replacing the same, relating to the reimburse-
ment of the Government of St. Vincent by the
Government of the United Kingdom of a propor-
tion of the cost pf a pension shall cease to apply
to any pension payable to or in respect of an
officer to whom the Agreement applies in respect
of any period commencing on the appointed day.

(b) On and after the appointed day the provisions
of Articles 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 of the Public Officers
(St. Vincent) Agreement 1969 and the words "and
shall take any action that may be necessary to
preserve his pension rights when he is so trans-
ferred or promoted" in Article 8 (2) and Article
8 (3) of the Public Officers (St. Vincent) Agree-
ment 1969 shall cease to apply in respect of an
officer to whom that Agreement applies.






































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Passed in the House of Assembly this 11th day of September, 1975.

J. CLEMENT' NOEL,
Ag. Clerk of the House of Assembly.


PIINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price $2.70 cents. ]
1975




























SAINT VINCENT.


Act No. 33 of 1975.

I Assent,


[ L.S. ]


AN ACT to control the Price and Distribution of Goods.


[ 14th October, 1975. ]

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 Price and Distribution of Short title.
Goods Act, 1975.
2. In this Act- Interpretation
"Area 1" means the Town of Kingstown and areas
within 1 mile thereof;
"Area II" means areas adjoining Area I, and stretch-
ing North East to Lang-ley Park and North West to
Keartons, and all areas between;
"Area III'' means all other areas on the mainland;
"Area IV" means the Grenadines. -
"consumer" means any person who purchases or offers
to purchase goods otherwise than for the purpose of
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"goods" includes all kinds of movable or personal
property, including animals which are offered for sale;
"hoard" means to store away goods which should be
released for sale;
"landed cost" means the aggregate of the following:-
(a) C.I.F. value including landing, sorting and
delivery charges;
(b) Cost of remittance to place of payment;
(c) All normal duties and charges levied by cus-
toms except warehouse rent;
(d) An amount equal to 2 percent of the total
amounts referred to at (a), (b) and (c);
(e) An amount equal to 50 per lb. for cold storage
where specified;
"licence" means a licence issued under the provisions
of this Act;
"location" means shelves, bins and areas where goods
are displayed for sale;
"mark up" means the percentage or actual amount
allowed on the landed cost of goods;
"maximum price" means the maximum wholesale or
retail price as Cabinet may by order determine but
should not be less than the landed cost;
"Minister" means the Minister responsible for Trade
and Agriculture;
"person" includes anybody of persons corporate or
unincorporated;
"price" includes any valuable consideration what-
soever whether direct or indirect;
"price control officer" means a public officer assigned
by the Minister to perform the functions of Price Con-
trol Officer and include Price Control Inspectors and
members of the St. Vincent Police Force;
"retail" with its grammatical variations and cognate
expressions, when used in relation to a sale means a
sale by a trader to a customer;
"sell" with its grammatical variations and cognate
expressions includes an agreement to sell, an offer to
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a price list, the furnishing of a quotation, or any act
or notification whatsoever whereby willingness to enter
into any transaction of sale is expressed;
"trader" includes any person who carries on the busi-
ness of selling goods, and includes any person carrying
on business in the course of which he supplies goods
for the purpose of or in pursuance of a contract made
by him for work, labour and materials and any com-
mission agent.
3. (1) Every person carrying on business shall take out Licences to be
annually in respect of every address at which he carries on his taken out.
business a trader's licence which shall expire on the 31st day
of December in every year.
(2) Traders licence shall be divided into four areas-
Areas I, II, III and IV the annual licence fee for which shall be
$12.00 per Area.
(3) The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Trade and
Agriculture, or any person acting on his behalf, (hereinafter
referred to as the Licensing Authority) shall be responsible for
the issue in accordance with the provisions of this Act of licences
to carry on trade on the premises specified in the licence.
(4) An application for the grant of a licence shall be
made to the Licensing Authority in such form and manner and
contain or be accompanied by such information and documents
as may be prescribed.
(5) Any person who shall trade or attempt "to trade
without a licence shall be guilty of an offence and liable on
summary conviction-
(a) to a fine of $750.00 and to a further fine of $50
for each day on which the offence continues after
conviction therefor; or
(b) to confiscation of.his goods by the Licensing Auth-
ority.

4. (1) Every licensed trader shall exhibit and keep ex- Licences to be
hibited in a prominent place on his place of business the licence exhibited.
issued by the Licensing Authority.
(2) A trader who contravenes the provisions of sub-
section (1) shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine of
$240.00, and to a further fine of $25.00 for each day on which)
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Duplicate
Licence.


5. Any holder of a licence issued under this Act whose
licence has been lost or destroyed may on payment of the pres-
cribed fee obtain a duplicate licence from the Licensing Auth-
ority.


Fixing of mark 6. (1) Cabinet may from time to time by order published
up or maximum in the Gazette-
price.
(a) fix and declare the mark up or maximum price on
any goods sold by retail or wholesale;
: (b) determine the manner in which such goods shall
be sold in the State of St. Vincent;
(c) give any directions generally for carrying out the
purposes of this Act.

Minister may 7. (1) If in the opinion of the Minister an unusual situa-
make order tion has arisen or is likely to arise by which the price level gen-
restraining erally or of particular items of goods has been or is likely to be
price increases, affected, the Minister may by order published in the Gazette
restrain until revocation of such order or the issue of an order
under section 6 of this Act in relation to such goods any increase
of prices in current or forward dealings of such goods as may
be specified in the order and fix and declare the maximum price
or mark up on such goods.

Proportionate 8. Where the quantity of goods sold or offered for sale is
prices. greater or less than the quantities specified in the Order made
under section 6 or 7, such goods shall, subject to any express
provision to the contrary in the order, be sold or offered for
sale at a proportionately increased or decreased price as the case
may be.

Sale at more 9. (1) No person shall in respect of any goods the mark
than mark up up or maximum price of which has been fixed under the pro-
or maximum visions of section 6 or 7-
price or upon
conditions. (a) sell or buy or agree to sell or buy any such goods
at a price on which a higher mark up has been
put, or at a price greater than the maximum
price.
(b) impose where goods are sold for cash whether at
the time of delivery of any such goods or'at any
subsequent time prior to payment therefore any
condition relating to the sale of such goods or to
payment therefore other than a condition requiring
immediate payment for such goods.


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Provided that hucksters and traders with
stock of $200 ir less shall not require a licence.
(o) where goods are sold on credit, or hire purchase,
impose whether at the time of delivery of any such
goods or at any time prior to payment therefore
any condition relating to the sale of such goods
or to payment therefor other than a condition
setting out the amount or percentage agreed to as
carrying or interest charges.
(d) hoard any such goods.
(2) -Any person who contravenes any of the provisions
of subsection (1) shall be guilty of an offence within 12 calendar
months and shall be liable on summary conviction-
(a) in the case of a first offence to a fine of not less
than $5.00.00 nor more than $1,000.00, in default
of payment to a terin of imprisonment not exceed-
3 months;
(b) in the case of a second or subsequent offence (within
twelve calendar months) to a fine of not less than
$1,000.00 nor more than $5,000.00, in default of
payment to a term of imprisonment not exceeding
6 months.
(3) A person convicted in the case of a third offence
shall have his licence suspended for a minimum period of 1 year
but not exceeding 5 years.
(4) The Licensing Authority shall not issue an original
licence in respect of any other premises to a person whose
licences have been suspended during the period of such sus-
pension.
10. The Licensing Authority may refuse to grant a licence Condition of
if the applicant has not complied with the provisions of this licence.
Act.

11. (1) Any person aggrieved by the refusal of the Licen- Appeal.
sing Authority to grant or renew a licence may, within 14 days
after receiving from the Licensing Authority notification of its
decision, appeal to the Minister.
(2) Upon receipt of any appeal the Minister within 7
days shall appoint a Committee of not more than three persons
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(3) In the exercise of the power to determine an appeal
the Committee may
(a) dismiss the appeal;
(b) require the Licensing Authority to issue a licence,
or
(c) permit the appellant to make a fresh application
for a licence and the Licensing Authority shall
give effect thereto. The decision of the Committee
shall be final.

Price of con- 12. (1) Every trader offering goods for sale the mark up
trolled articles or maximum price of which has been fixed by an order, shall
exposed for le cause such goods or the location of such goods to be marked with
the selling price thereof in a conspicuous and legible manner.
(2) Every trader shall keep conspicuously displayed
at his place of business and have available for public perusal
a,copy of every order for the_time being in force under this
Act relating to the mark up or maximum price of any goods for
sale at that place of business.
(3)" Any person who fails to comply with the provisions
of this section shall be guilty of an offence.
Penalty for 13. (1) Any person carrying on a business in the course
refusal to sell. of which goods in respect of which an Order has been made
under section 6 or 7 and having in his possession, control or for
disposal a stock of such goods who-
(a) falsely denies that he has such goods in his pos-
session; or
(b) without reasonable cause (the proof whereof shall
lie on him) refuses to sell to the public such goods
in reasonable quantities udon tender of immediate
payment of the price fixed therefore
shall be guilty of an offence and shall on summary conviction
be liable to a fine not exceeding $750.00 or to imprisonment for
a term not exceding 6 months or to both such fine and imprison-
ment.
(2) Nothing in this section shall be deemed to make it
obligatory for any person to sell any goods which he has in
stock for the purpose of advertisement or as a sample.
(3) A person having goods in stock shall satisfy the
/ Price Control Officer that such goods are held for one of the
purposes mentioned in subsection (2).


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14. (1) Every trader who sells goods, whether by whole-
sale or retail, the mark up or maximum price of which has been
fixed shall on request tender at the time of sale and delivery
a receipt or delivery s!ip showing the date of sale, the quantity
and description of such goods and the price charged therefore.
Provided however that in any case where a cash register is
used the provisions of this section shall not apply.
(2) Any person who contravenes or fails to comply
with the provisions of subsection (1) shall be guilty of an
offence against this Act. 1

15. (1) A Price Control Officer may in relation to goods Furnishing of
the mark up or maximum price of which has been fixed or other information.
classes of goods specified in an order issued under this Act
during business hours-
(a) require any trader within seventy two hours to
supply him either orally or in writing with any
information in his possession relating to such
goods;
(b) require any trader to produce for-his inspection
any document or account whatsoever relating
wholly or in part to the business carried on by
such trader in relation to the purchase and sale
of any such goods;
(c)-require any trader to furnish him with copies of
any such document as is referred to in paragraph
(b);
(d) enter upon any place or business premises in
the occupation of any trader for the purpose of
ascertaining whether the provisions of this Act
are being complied with;
(e) take possession of any document which appears to
him to constitute prima facie evidence of a breach
of any order or notice under the provisions of this
Act.
(2) Any person who-
(a) obstructs a Price Control Officer in hie exercise of
his'duties under subsection (1);
(b) wilfully fails to give any information or to pro-
duce any document lawfully required of him under
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(c) knowingly gives any false information relating to
goods;
shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on summary
conviction to a fine of $500.00, in default of payment to a term
)f impris mnment not exceeding 3 months,
(3) Any person who contravenes the provisions of sub-
section (1) (a), (b) and (c) shall be liable on summary con-
viction to a fine of $500.00 and to a further fine of $25.00 for each
day on which the offence continues after conviction therefore.

Records to be 16. (1) Every trader dealing in goods the mark up or maxi-
kept by traders, mum price of which has been fixed shall keep reasonable records
of all purchases of such goods.
(2) The Price Control Officer may by notice in writing
require any trader to keep such records of accounts as are speci-
fied in such notice.
(3) Any trader who contravenes or fails to comply
with the provisions of this section or 6f any notice thereunder
shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on summary
conviction-
(a) in the case of a first offence to a fine not less than
$500.00 nor more than $750.00, in default of pay-
ment to a term of imprisonment not exceeding 3
months;
(b) in the case of a second or subsequent offence to a
fine not less than $750.00 nor more than $1,500.00,
in default of payment to a term of imprisonment
not exceeding 6 months.

Power to 17. (1) Where it appears to Cabinet necessary for the pur-
requisitioli pose of ensuring a sufficient supply of foodstuffs or essential
goods. commodities for use or consumption in Saint Vincent or for
their equitable distribution therein, Cabinet may empower the
Price Control -Officer to requisition or cause to be requisitioned
any such goods by written notice to any person in possession or
control of such goods, and to provide for the distribution and
sale of such goods.

(2) Any person to whom any notice of requisition is
given under the provisions of subsection (1) shall hold to the
Drder of the Price Control Officer the goods specified therein
in accordance with the terms of such notice.-

























(3) Upon requisitioning any goods under the provi-
sions of subsection (1) the Price Control Officer shall pay as
compensation to the person in possession or control of such
goods a sum equal to the price which such person might reason-
ably have been expected to obtain upon a sale of such goods,
regard being had to the condition of the goods at the time of
requisition of such goods.
(4) If the person in possession 0o control of any goods
requisitioned under the provisions of subsection (1) fails with-
out reasonable cause (the proof whereof. shall lie on him) to
deliver such goods in accordance with the terms of the notice
of requisition any officer specifically authorised in that behalf
in writing by the Price Control Officer may enter the premises
whereon such goods are kept and seize them.
(5) Any person who contravenes or fails to comply
with any of the provisions of this section or of any notice there-
under shall be guilty of an offence against this Act and shall
on summary-conviction be liable to imprisonment for a term
not exceeding 6 months or to a fine not exceding $1,550.00 or-to
both such imprisonment and such fine.


18. Where it appears to Cabinet necessary for the purpose
of ensuring an equitable distribution of any foodstuffs or. essen-
tial commodities in Saint Vincent or any part thereof, Cabinet
may, by Order, authorise the Price Control Officer to provide
for the exclusive or limited right of distribution and sale of
such foodstuffs or commodities through any trader or traders
approved by the Price Control Officer.

19. Where a person charged with an offence under the pro-
visions of this Act is a body corporate every person who, at the
same proceedings with such body corporate, and where such
*body corporate is convicted of thp offence every such director
or officer or secretary shall be deemed to be guilty of that
offence unless he proves that-


Power to direct
distribution
and sale of
essential goods.




Liability of
officers of cor-
.porate bodies.


(a) the offence was committed without his knowledge
or consent
(b) he took all reasonable steps to prevent the com-
mission of the offence.

20. (1) Where a corporation is charged with an offence Appearance
against this Act such corporation may appear and plead to the and plea by
charge by its representative by' entering a plea in writing; and, corporation.
if either the corporation does not appear by representative, or


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though it does so appear, fails to enter any plea, the Court
shall cause a plea of not guilty to be recorded and the trial shall
proceed accordingly.
(2) In this section the expression "represen Laiive" in
Relation to.a corporation means-
a person duly appointed by the corporation to represent
it for the purpose of doing any act or thing which the
representative .of a corporation is by this section auth-
orised to do
but a person so appointed shall not by virtue only of being so
appointed be qualified to act on behalf of the corporation before
any Court for any other purpose.
(3) A representative for the purpose of this section
need not be alpuIiz d under the seal of the corporation, and a
statement in writing purporting to be signed by a managing
director of the corporation, or by any person (by whatever
name called) having, or being one of the persons havinUig, the
management of the corporation to the effect that the person
named in the statement has been appointed as the representative
of the cornoraticn for thDe urDose of this section shall without
further proof be admissible and shall be prima facie evidence
that the person has been so appointed.
Liability of 21. Every person shall be liable for the acts and omissions
employers. of any partner, agent, or servant in so far as they relate to the
business of such person and if such partner, agent, or servant
performs any act or suffers any omission which contravenes
or fails to comply with the provisions of this Act such person
and his partner, agent or servant may be charged jointly and
severally to the penalties imposed by this Act, unless he proves
that the offence was committed without his knowledge or that
he exercised all due diligence to prevent commission of the
Soffence.
Power of court 22. Where any person is convicted of selling goods at a
to award price in excess of the mark up or maximum price and-
compensation.
(a) the Court considers that the purchaser of the goods
did not know and could not reasonably be expected
to know that the price paid for such goods was
*in excess of the mark up or maximum price; or
(b) the purchaser of the goods reported the sale to the
Price Control Officer within forty eight hours of
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penalty which it may impose, order the person
convicted to pay to such purchaser the difference
between the mark up or maximum price and the
rice at which the goods were sold together with
such sum, if any, as the Court may think fit to
award by way of compensation for any expenses
incurred by such purchaser.

23. Apy person guilty of an offence against this Act for Penalty.
which no penalty is expressly provided shall on summary con-
viction be liable to a fine not exceeding $750.00 or to imprison-
ment for a term not exceeding 6 months.

24. (1) A person who, immediately before the date of com- Transitional.
mencemetit of this Act was carrying on a trade shall be entitled
to continue to trade without a licence under this Act.
(a) for a period of 3 months beginning with that date.
(b) if before the expiration of that period he applies
for a licence ,under this Act, until the licence is
granted or finally refused or the application is

(2) Any person who fails to obtain a licence within
the prescribed time shall be guilty of an offence and shall be
liable on summary conviction to a fine of $240.00 and to a fur-
ther fine of $25.00 for each- day on which the offence continues
after conviction therefore.

25. (1) The Price and Distribution of Goods Act No. 47 of Repeal and
1970 is hereby repealed: Saving.
Provided that all rules, orders, regulations or directions
made or given under the Act hereby repealed and in force at the
time of coming into operation of this Act shall be deemed to
have been made and given under this Act and shall continue in
force until other provision is made by virtue of the provisions
of this Act.
Provided further that this Act shall not be construed
as derogating in any way-from the powers generally or speci-
fically conferred by the Supplies (Control) Ordinance, 1954;
and all regulations, orders, licences, permits made, issued or
granted under or by virtue of any of the provisions of the said
Supplies (Control) Ordinance 1954, and in force at the time of
the coming into operation of this Act shall continue in force
until other provision is made.







































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Passed in the House of Assembly this 11th day of September, 1975.

J. CLEMENT NOEL,
Ag. Clerk of the House of Assembly.


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SAINT VINCENT.


Act No. 34 of 1975.
I Assent,

RUPERT G. JOHN,

[ L.S. ] Governor.
8th October, 1975.

AN ACT to provide for the implementation by the Government '
of St. Vincent, of the Agreement establishing the Carib- C
bean Investment Corporation and for purposes connect
therewith.
[ 14th October, 197
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
and with the advice and consent of the House of Assemb of
Saint Vincent, and by the authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Act may be cited as the Caribbean Investment /t-
Corporation Act, 1975.
2. (1) In this Act- Interpretation.
"Agreement" means the Agreement for the establish-
nment of the Caribbean Investment Corporation, set out
in the Schedule to this Act.
"Corporation" means the Caribbean Investment Cor-
poration established by the Agreement.
(2) The reference in Article 30 of the Agreement to
the effect that the Corporation shall possess full juridical
personality shall be construed as meaning that the corpora-
tion is a body corporate.



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Agreement to
have force of
laws.

Financial prd-
visidns f6r
giving effect to
the Agreement.


List to be
compiled and
published.


















Restriction on
use of name.


3. Subject to this Act, the provisions of Articles 30 to 36
(both Articles inclusive) of the Agreement shall have the force
of law in St. Vinceht,
4. (1) There shall be paid oat of the revenues of St. Vin-
cent on the warrant of the Minikt.-r responsible for finance, all
payments required to be made from time to time to the Corpora-
tion in respect of St. Vincent under the provisions of the
Agreement.
(2) Any sums received by the Government from the
Corporation under the provisions of the Agreement shall be paid
into the revenues of St. Vincent.
5. (1) The Minister assigned responsibility for finance,
shall cause to be compiled a list of the persons granted immuni-
ties or privileges under this Act and the list shall be published
in the Gazette; whenever any person ceases or begins to be
entitled to the immunities and privileges to which any list
relates, the Minister shall cause the list to be amended and a
notice of the amendment, or if he thinks fit, an amended list,
to be published in like manner.
(2) Every list or notice published under subsection (1)
shall state the date from which the list or amendment takes or
took effect, and the fact that any person is or was included or
not included at any time among the persons entitled to the
immunities and privileges in question may, if a list of those
persons has been so published, be conclusively proved by pro-
ducing the Gazette containing the list, or, as the case may be,
the last list taking effect before that time, together with the
Gazette, (if any) containing notices of the amendments taking
effect before that time, and by showing that the name of that
person is or was at that time included or not included in the
said list.
6. (1) Except with the consent of the Minister responsible
for finance, no person shall use the name of the Caribbean
Investment Corporation or any name so nearly resembling it as
to be likely to deceive, in connection with any trade or business.
(2) Every person who contravenes the provisions of
subsection (1) shall be guilty of an offence and liable on sum-
mary conviction to a fine of five thousand dollars or to imprison-
ment for twelve months or to both such fine and imprisonment.


Begulationu. 7. The Minister responsible for finance may make regula-
tions which he considers necessary for giving effect to the
provisions of this Act.


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AGREEMENT ESTABLISHING
THE CARIBBEAN INVESTMENT CORPORATION

CONTENTS


PREAMBLE

CHAPTER I

Establishment of the Corporation

Article Page
1. The Corporation Established 7
2. Membership 7
3. Functions and Powers 7
4. Definitions 8

CHAPTER II

Capital, Contributions and Resources

5. Authorised Capital 9
6. Issue and Subscription of Shares 9
7. Payment for Initial Issue of Shares 10
8. Transfer of Shares and Related Matters 10
9. Financial Resources 10
10. Use of Financial Resources 10

CHAPTER III

Operating Principles


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CHAPTER IV

Powers and Management

Article Page
12. Borrowing and Other Specific Powers ..... 11
13. Management 12
14. Composition of Board of Governors 12
-15. Powers of Board of Governors 13
16. Procedure of Board of Governors 13
17. Composition of Board of Directors .. 14
18. Disqualification of Directors .- 15
19. Chairman of Board of Directors 15
20. Functions of Board of Directors ... 16
21. -Procedure of Board of Directors 16

CHAPTER V

Office and Reports

22. Office .... 17
23. Seal 17
24. Reports ...... 18

CHAPTER VI

Allocation of Net Income

25. Allocation of Net Income 18

CHAPTER VII

Suspension and Withdrawal of Membership


26. Suspension of Membership


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CHAPTER VIII

Termination of Operations, Liability of Members, Distribution of Assets

Article Page
27. Suspension and Termination of Operations ..... 19
28. Liability of Members on Termination ...... 19
29. Distribution of Assets on Termination ...... 20

CHAPTER IX

Status, Immunities, Exemption and Privileges
30. Legal Status 20
31. Legal Proceedings 20
32. Freedom of Assets from Restrictions .... 21
33. Immunities and Privileges of Personnel ...... 21
34. Exemptions .... 22
35. Implementation .... 22
36. Waiver of Immunities, Exemptions and Privileges ...... 22

CHAPTER X

Amendment and Arbitration
37. Amendments 23
38.. Arbitration 2.... 2'

CHAPTER XI

Signature, Deposit and Entry into Force
39. Signature and Deposit 21
40. Reservations ..... 24
41. Entry Into Force ..... 21
42. Accession ...... 24
43. Inaugural Meeting ...... 24

ANNEX


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27


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ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT

CHAPTER I

ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CORPORATION

Article 1

THE CORPORATION ESTABLISHED
By this Agreement the Contracting Parties establish a Caribbean Invest-
ment Corporation (her.oiafter referred to as "the Corporation") having the
membership, powers and functions hereinafter specific d.

ARTICLE 2

MEMBERSHIP

1. Membership of the Corporation shall be open to-
(a) the States listed in Part A of the Annex to this Agreement which
shall form an integral part thereof;
(b) any other State of the Caribbean Region which becomes a member
of the Caribbean Community; and
(c) residents of States that become Members of the Corporation.
2. The States referred to in paragraph 1 (a) of this Article the Govern-
ments of which sign this Agreement in accordance with Article 39 shall become
Members of the Corporation.
The States mentioned in paragraph 1 (b) of this Article the Govwrnments
of which accede to this Agreement in accordance with Article 42 thereof shall
become members of the Corporation.
3. Residents of States that are Members of the Corporation may be
admitted to membership on such terms and conditions as the Board of Governors
may determine.

ARTICLE 3

FUNCTIONS AND POWERS

1. The function of the Corporation shall be to ensure the promotion of the
industrial development including the development of agro-based industries and
of integrated agricultural and industrial complexes of the Less Developed
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(a). prior to the 1st May, 1974 have signed the Accord done at George-
town, Guyana on the 13th day of April, 1973; and
(b) on or after the 1st May, 1974 are Members of the Caribbean
Common Market.
2. For the purpose of performing this function the Corporation is hereby
empowered to-
(a) make equity investments in industrial enterprises in the Less
Developed Countries;
(b) dispose of its equity investments within the Region in order to
replenish its financial resources;
(c) guarantee suppliers' credits;
(d) administer, manage and account for its financial resources;
(e) provide the technical assistance where necessary for the prepara-
tion and analysis of projects to be financed, and do all such other
acts that may be necessary or incidental to the achievement of its
purposes and, the exercise of its functions.

Article 4

DEFINITIONS
1. For the purpose of this Agreement the following expressions shall,
unless the context otherwise require, have the meaning herein provided: "More
Developed Country" means Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago,
and "Less Developed Country" means any other State listed in Part A of the
Annex which is a Member of the Corporation provided that the Board of
Governors may from time to time decide to alter any designation as to them
may seem fit.
2. "Residents" for the purpose of this agreement means-
(a) a citizen of any State that is a Member of the Corporation, or
(b) a person who has connection with such a State of any kind which
entitles him to be regarded as belonging to, or, if it be so expressed,
as being a native or resident of the State for the purposes of such
laws thereof relating to immigration as are for the time being in
force; or
(c) a company or other legal entity which in the opinion of the Board
of Governors carries on business in a State that is a member of
the Corporation provided that such Company or other legal entity
has a registered office and carries on substantial activity within
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CHAPTER II

CAPITAL, CONTRIBUTIONS AND RESOURCES

Article 5

AUTHORISED CAPITAL
1. The authorised capital stock of the Corporation shall be the equivalent
of fifteen million Eastern Caribbean dollars of the weight and fineness of gold in
effect on 1st-May, 1973. The authorised capital stock shall be divided into one
hundred and fifty thousand shares with a par value of one hundred dollars
each, and shall be available for subscription by members in accordance with
the provisions of Article 6 of this Agreement.
2. The authorised capital stock may be increased by the Board of Gov-
ernors at such times and on such terms and conditions as it may determine by
a vote of not less than fourteen Governors.

Article 6

ISSUE AND SUBSCRIPTION OF SHARES
1. Each member shall subscribe to shares of the capital stock of the Cor-
poration in accordance with Part A of the Annex. Within one month of the
entry into force of this Agreement the Corporation shall make an initial issue
of shares of the aggregate value of EC$5 million which shall be subscribed in
the manner set out in paragraph 2 of this Article.
2. The initial issue of shares shall be subscribed by the Members of the
Corporation in the proportions given in Part B of the Annex and shall be paid
for as specified in Article 7 of this Agreement.
3. Upon any subsequent issue of shares up the amount of the capital
stock specified in paragraph 1 of Article 5 of this Agreement each State which
is a member shall subscribe in the proportions specified in Part A of the Annex
on such terms and conditions as the Board of Governors may determine, such
a number of shares as bears the same ratio to the issue as the shares held by it
bear to the total issued stock of the Corporation immediately before such issue.
4. Shares initially subscribed by members during the first five years of
the establishment of the Corporation shall be issued at par. Other shares shall
be issued at such value as the Board of Governors may decide.
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6. Except as provided in paragraph 5 of this Article, no member shall be
liable, by reason only of its membership for obligations of the Corporation.

Article 7

PAYMENT FOR INITIAL ISSUE OF SHARES
Shares subscribed in accordance with paragraph 2 of Article 6 of this
Agreement shall be paid for in five equal instalments. The first instalmnt
.tlail be paid on allotment and thereafter one instalment shall be paid in each
of the next four succeeding years.

Article 8
TRANSFER OF SHARES AND RELATED MATTERS
1. Subject to such conditions as the Board' of Governors may impose any
member referred to in paragraph 1 (c) of Article 2 of this Agreement may
transfer all or any of its shares.
2. The Board of Governors may decline to register the transfer of a share
t9 a person of whom it does not approve, and it may also decline to register
the transfer of a share on which the Corporation has a lien.
3. No member of the Corporation ref.-rred to in paragraph 1 (a) and (b)
-of Article 2 ot this Agreement shall transfer its shares in the Corporation.

Article 9
FINANCIAL RESOURCES
The resources of the Corporation shall consist of-
(a) the authorised capital stock of the Corporation subscribed
pursuant to Article 6;
(b) funds borrowed by the Corporation;
(c) funds received in repayment of loans or from guarantees or from
the sale of securities acquired by it;
(d) any other funds or income received by the Corporation.

Article 10

USE OF FINANCIAL RESOURCES
The financial resources of the Corporation shall be used exclusively to
furtherr the purpose for which it is established and to carry out its functions
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CHAPTER III

OPERATING PRINCIPLES

Article 11

1. In the performance of its functions the Corporation shall invest in
projects which are financially viable, du, regard being paid to two other
important criteria.
(a) the ability of the projects in which it invests to promote further
industrial and economic development in the economy of the Less
Developed Country concerned; and
(b) the creation of employment opportunities in the Less Developed
Country concerned.
2. In financing industrial development projects, the Corporation shall,
as far as practicable, associate with the local capital of the Less Developed
Countries of the Region and, with joint ventures of the Less Developed
Countries and the More Developed Countries;
3. In the disposal of its equity investment, the Corporation shall, as far
as practicable, seek to make available such equity to individuals and bodies in
the Less Developed Countries in" ord r to increase their participation in
industries located in their territories.


CHAPTER IV

POWERS AND MANAGEMENT

Article 12

BORROWING AND OTHER SPECIFIC POWERS
In addition to any other powers conferred on the Corporation by this
Agreement for the purpose of exercising its functions the Corporation shall
have power to-
(a) borrow money (whether by way of d ventures or otherwise) for
the purpose for which it is established;
(b) advance money by way of loans on such terms and conditions as
it thinks necessary;
(c) invst or deposit in any State that is a member of the Corporation
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Article 13

MANAGEMENT

The Corporation shall have a Board of Governors, a Board of Directors
and such staff as is necessary for the exercise of its functions.


Article 14

COMPOSITION OF BOARD OF GOVERNORS

1. The Board of Governors shall consist of the following persons.
(a) A Minister of Government appointed as a Governor by each of
the Member States;
(b) four governors representing residents who are members of the
Corporation and who shall be appointed by the Caribbean Associa-
tion of Industry and Commerce provided that two of them shall
be selected from the Less Developed Countries who are members
of the Corporation.

2. Each governor shall have an alternate who shall be appointed in like
manner as the governor.

3. Each governor and each alternate may be appointed for a period not
exceeding three years but may be reappointed. Each governor and each altern-
ate shall serve at the pleasure of the body appointing them. Each governor or
his alternate shall have one vote at meetings of the Board of Governors.

4. The Chairman of the Board shall be elected from among the governors
selected from the Less Developed Countries. He shall hold office for a term
of one year and shall be eligible for re-election. The Chairman shall have both
an original and a casting vote.

5. The Chairman shall preside at all meetings of the Board of Governors
but in the event of his absence or his inability to preside, the governors present
and constituting a quorum shall elect from among themselves a governor selected
from the Less Developed Countries to preside at that meeting.

6. Governors and alternates shall serve ,as such without remuneration
from the Corpolration, but the Corporation may pay them for reasonable
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Article 15

POWERS OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS
1. All the functions and powers of the Corporation, except the power to
make equity investments, guarantee loans and advance money by wqy of loans
and appoint staff of the Corporation, shall be vested in the Board of Governors.
2. The Board of Governors may delegate to the Board of Directors all or
any of its powers, except the power to-
(a) admit new members referred to in paragraph 1 (b) of Articla 2
of this Agreement and determine the terms and conditions of their
admission;
(b) increase the authorised capital stock of the Corporation;
(c) suspend a member;
(d) subject to paragraph 3 Article 6 of this Agreement, determine the
period over which and the manner in which additional issues of
the authorised capital shall be made;
(e) take decisions for the amendment of this Agreement;
(f) decide to terminate the operations of the Corporation and to
determine its assets;
(g) determine the remuneration of the directors and theif alternates;
(h) determine the res rves and the distribution of the net profits of
the Corporation;
(i) approve the statement of accounts of the Corporation after review-
ing the report of the Board of Directors;
(j) exercise any other powers that are expressly assigned to the Board
of Governors in this Agreement.
3. The Board of Governors shall retain full power to exercise authority
over any matter delegated to the Board of Directors under paragraph 2 and
may give general policy directions on any matter within the competence of the
Board of Directors.

Article 16

PROCEDURE OF BOARD OF GOVERNORS
1. The Board of Governors shall hold an annual meeting and such other
meetings as may be called by the Chairman or by the Board of Directors. The
Board of Directors shall call a meeting of the Board of Governors whenever
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2. The quorum for any meeting of the Board of Governors shall not be
less than ten governors of whom-
(a) at least two of the governors are representatives of the More
Developed Countries;
(b) at least two of the governors are representatives of the members
admitted to membership under paragraph 1 (c) of Article 2 of
this Agreement; arid
(c) at least four of the governors are representatives of the Less
Developed Countries.
3. The Board of Governors may by regulation establish a procedure where-
by the Board of Directors may, when the latter considers it advisable, obtain
a vote of the governors on a specific question without calling a meeting of the
Board of Governors.
4. The Board of Governors may-
(a) establish such subsidiary bodies as it may consider necessary in
the exercise of its powers under this Agreement;
(b) regulate the procedure to be adopted in the conduct of its meetings;
(c) make regulations for conducting the affairs of the Corporation.

Article 17

COMPOSITION OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS
1. The Board of Directors shall consist of the following-persons-
(a) a representative appointed by each of the governments of the More
Developed Countries;
(b) two representatives of the Less Developed Countries appointed by
the governments thereof; and
(c) four representatives who are residents admitted to membership
under paragraph 1 (c) of Article 2, of this Agreement appointed
by the Caribbean Association of Industry and Commerce provided
that two of tham shall be selected from the Less Developed
Countries.
2. (a) Subject to sub-parapgraph (b) and (c) of this paragraph a
director shall hold office for a term of three y ars and shall be
eligible for re-appointment; he shall continue in office until his
successor has assumed office.
(b) If the office of a director becomes vacant before the expiration of
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vacancy and shall hold office for the unexpired portion of the
term of office of his predecessor.
(c) The appointment of a director may at any time be revoked by the
authority responsible for such appointment under paragraph 1
of this Article.
3. Each director shall have an alternate who shall, in the case of the
director appointed under paragraph 1 (a) or (b) of this Article be appointed
in like manner as the director and, in the case of a director appointed under
paragraph 1 (c) of this Article be appointed by the director.
4. The alternate to a director selected from the LDCs under paragraph
1 (c) hereof shall also be from the LDCs.
Article 18

DISQUALIFICATION OF DIRECTORS
1. No person shall be eligible to be a director who is-
(a) a member of the Board of Governors; or
(b) a member of the Legislature of any of the States which are mem-
bers of the Corporation; or
(c) an employee of the Corporation.
2. The office of a director appointed under paragraph 1 (c) of Article 17
of this Agreement shall be deemed to be vacated-if the director-
(a) assumes any of the offices mentioned in paragraph 1 of this Article;
(b) becomes bankrupt or makes any arrangement or composition with
his creditors generally;
(c) becomes of unsound mind;
(d) resigns his office by notice in writing to the Corporation;
(e) is no longer a member of the Corporation.
In any such case, the provisions of paragraph 2 (b) of Article 17 shall
apply.
Article 19

CHAIRMAN OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS
1. The Chairman of the Board of Directors shall be selected by the Board
from among its members and shall be one of the directors appointed from the
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2. The Chairman shall preside at all meetings of the Board of Directors,
but in the event of his absence or his inability to preside, the directors present
and forming a quorum shall select from among themselves a director appointed
from any of the Less Developed Countries to prside at that meeting.

Article 20

FUNCTIONS OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Subject to the general policy directions of the Board of Governors, the
Board of Directors shall be responsible for the direction, of the operations of
the Cornoration and for this purpose. shall, in addition to the powers expressly
assigned to it in this Agreement and those powers delegated to it by the Boards
of Governors, have the final authority to-
(a) prepare the work of the Board of Governors;
(b) take decisions relating to investments in equity capital, borrowing
by the Corporation, guarantees and technical assistance;
(c) submit to the Board of Governors at each annual meeting the
accounts for each financial year;
(d) approve the budget of the Corporation;
(e) advance money by way of loans; and
(f) appoint such staff as may be necessary for the purposes of carry-
ing out this Agreement.

Article 21

PROCEDURE OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS
1. The Board of Directors shall meet at least four times in each year and
at such times and places as may be necessary for the efficient performance of
its functions.
2. A special meeting may be called by the Board of.Directors at any time
at the written request of the majority of the total membership of the Board of
Directors.
3. The Board may regulate the procedure to be adopted in the conduct of
its meetings.
4. A Director or his alternate shall during deliberations on any matter
in which he has a pecuniary interest either directly or indirectly declare such
interest.
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Provided that three members of the quorum shall be respectively-
(a) a representative of a More Developed Country;
(b) a representative of a Less Developed Country; and
(c) a representative of the members admitted to membership inder
paragraph 1 (c) of Article 2 of this Agreement.

6. Each member of the Beard of Directors shall have one vote. The
Chairman shall have a casting vote.

7. All acts done by any meeting of the directors or of a committee of
directors or by any person acting as a director shall, notwithstanding that it
be afterwards discovered that there was snme defect in the appointment of any
such director or person, acting as aforsaid, or that they or any of them were
disqualified, be as valid as if every such person had been duly appointed and
was was qualified to be a director.


,CHAPTER V

OFFICE AND REPORTS

Article 22

OFFICE

1. The principal efice of the CorPoration .hall be located in the territory
of such Less Developed Country as the Board of Governors may determine .
The Corporation may, however, establish branch offices in any other part of
the Region.

2. The Corporation shall keep at its principal office such reaisters as *
required' by the laws of the State in whieh it is .locatt.

Article 23

SEAL
1. The Corptoation shall have an official seak.
2. The directors sha~f provide for the sefe austody of the sea t wmih shall
only be used by the authority of the directors and any instrumentt to which th
seal-is affixed shall be signed by a director aad countersigned -by the Sewetarl
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Article 24

REPORTS
1. :The Board of Directors shall tiansinit to the board of Governors an
annual report of its operations together with an audited statement of its
accounts.
2. The accounts of the Corporation shall be audited by independent
auditors to be selected by the Board of Governors.

CHAPTER VI

ALLOCATION OF NET INCOME

Article 25

ALLOCATION OF NET INCOME

1. The Board of Governors shall, on the recommendation of the Board
of Directors, determine at least annually the disposition of the net income of
the Corporation resulting from its operations and what portion thereof, if any,
shall be allocated after making provision for reserves or other purposes, to
surplus, and what portion, if any, shall be reinvested or distributed among
members of the Corporation.

2. Any distribution of net income under paragraph 1 shall be made to
each member in such manner and currency as the Board of Governors may
determine.

CHAPTER VII

fUiPENSION AND WITHDRAWAL OF MEMBERSHIP

Article 26 j

SUSPENSION OF MEMBERSHIP

-1. The Board of Governors may by a vote not less than fourteen
governors suspend from membership for a period not exceeding one year,
any member who fails or refuses to fulfil any of its obligations or discharge
any of its liabilities under this Agreement. The member concerned shall not
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2. A suspended member shall not be entitled to exercise any rights under
this Agreement, except the right to withdraw its membership, but shall be
subject to all ith obligations and liabilities.
3e A suspended member shall automatically cease to be a member of
the Corporation if, at the expiration of the period of suspension, the member
has failed or refused to fulfil any obligation or discharge any liability-in
respect of which the member was suspended.
4. Notwithstanding the foregoing paragraphs of this Article a suspended
member may before the expiration of the period of suspension be allowed to
exercise any rights under this Agreement if the Board of Governors so decides.
5. The Board of Governors shall determine the disposition of the shares
of any member who ceases to be a member of the Corporation by the operation
of paragraph 3 of this Article.
6. The-provisions of this Article shall not apply to members mepitjoed-
in paragraph l(c) of Article 2 of this Agreement. .

CHAPTER VIII

TERMINATION OF OPERATIONS, LIABILITY, OF MEMBERS,
DISTRIBUTION OF ASSETS
Article 27

SUSPENSION AND TERMINATION OF OPERATIONS
1. In an emergency, the Board of Directors may temporarily. suspend
operations in respect of new loans and guarantees, pending an opportunity
for further consideration and action by the Board of Governors.
2. The Corporation may terminate its operations by a resolution of the
Board of Governors approved by a vote of not less than fourteen governors
and after such termination the Corporation shall cease to exercise all functions
and powers except those that are necessary or incidental to the realisation and
preservation of its assets and the fulfilment of its outstanding obligations.
Article 28

LIABILITY OF MEMBERS ON TERMINATION
In the event that the Corporation terminates its operations, the liability
of all members for uncalled subscriptions to the authorised capital stock of
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Article 29

DISTRIBUTION OF ASSETS ON TERMINATION
1. In the event that the Corporation terminates its operations, there
shall be no disfrihgtion of assets among members until-
(a) ll e lims of creditors have been discharged, and if necessary on
a pro rata distribution among them;
(b) members have fulfilled all their obligations to the Corporation;
and
(e) the Board of Govermowi has made an evaluation of the assets to
be distributed among members.
2. Any distribution of the assets of the Corporation to the members shall
be 'in proportion to the contribution of the member to the issue of the
authorised capital stock of the Corporation and shall be effected at such
times and under such conditions as the Board of Governors deems fair and
equitable.

CHAPTER IX

STATUS, IMMUNITIES, EXEMPTION AND PRIVILEGES
Article 30

LEGAL STATUS
1. The Corporation shall possess full juridical personality and, in par-
ticular, full capacity to-
(a) enter into agreement;
(b) acquire and dispose of property, whether movable or im -ovable;
and
(c) institute legal proceedings.

Article 31

LEGAL PROCEEDINGS
1. Legal proceedings may be instituted against the Corporation in any
court of competent jurisdiction in the Territory of a State which is a member
of the Corporation where:
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(b) the Corporation has its principal office or a branch office.
In any other-case such proceedings may be instituted against the Corporation
in any such court in the country where it has appointed an agent for the
purpose of accepting service or notice of process.

2. Service upon the Corporation of any document shall be effected by
delivering or sending it by registered post to its principal office or any branch
office.

Article 32

FREEDOM OF ASSETS FROM RESTRICTIONS
To the extent necessary to carry out its purpose and functions effectively
and subject to the provisions of this Agreement, the Corporation-
(a) may hold assets of any kind and operate accounts in any
currency; and
(b) shall be free to transfer its assets from one country to another
or within any country and to convert any currency held by it
into any other currency, without being restricted by financial
controls, regulations or moratoria of any kind.

Article 33

IMMUNITIES AND PRIVILEGES OF PERSONNEL

1. The Governors, Directors, alternates, officials and staff of, and experts
performing missions for, the Corporation shall be immune from legal process
with respect to acts done by them in their official capacity.

2. Persons referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article who are not nationals
shall-
(a) enjoy immunity from national service obligations;
(b) have the right to repatriate funds derived from income earned
in the service of the Corporation;
(c) be immune, together with their families forming part of their
household, f,'om immigration restrictions, and alien registration;
(d) be given, together with their families forminer part of their
household, the same repatriation facilities and right to protection
as are accorded to members of diplomatic missions in time of
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Article 34

EXEMPTIONS

1. The Corporation, its assets and operations and transactions, shall be
exempt from all direct taxation and no customs duties nor charge of equivalent
effect shall be paid on articles imported for its official use.

2. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1 of this Article, the
Corporation shall not be entitled to exemption from taxes which are no more
than charges for public utility services.

3. Subject to paragraph 4 hereof, dividends and other distributions made
by the Corporation or a distribution of such dividends or distributions made
by a recipient thereof shall be exempt from income tax in the hands of a
recipient.

4. Where the recipient is not resident in any Member State the exemption
in paragraph 3 shall apply to so much only of the tax as exceeds his tax
liability on such such dividends or other distributions in his country of
residence.


Article 35

IMPLEMENTATION

Each member, referred to in paragraph 1 (a) and 1 (b) of Article 2 of
this Agreemtnt shall inform the Corporation of the action taken to implement
the provisions of this Chapter in its territory.

Article 36

WAIVER OF IMMUNITIES, EXEMPTIONS AND PRIVILEGES
Except as provided for in paragraph 2 of Article 34 of this Agreement,
the chief executive officer of the Corporation (by whatever name called)
shall have the right and the duty to waive any immunity, exemption or
privilege in respect of any other member of the staff of the Corporation, or
any expert performing a mission for, the Corporation where,-in his opinion,
the immunity, exemption or privilege would impede the course of justice and
can be waived without prejudice to the interests of the Corporation. In
similar circumstances and lnder the same conditions, the Board of Directors
shall have the right and duty to waive any immunity, exemption or privileges
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CHAPTER X

AMENDMENT AND ARBITRATION

Article 37
AMENDMENTS
1. This Agreement may be amended by the Contracting Parties upon
a decision for the purpose of the Board of Governors by a vote not less than
fourteen of the governors.
2. Any, proposal to amend this Agreement shall be addressed to the
Chairman of the Board of Governors who shall submit a copy of the proposed
amendment to each member prior to its being submitted to the Board. If the
amendment is adopted the C6rporation shall certify i tin a formal communi-
cation addressed to each member.
3. The Contracting Parties shall notify the Secretary-General of the
Commonwealth Caribbean Regional Secretariat (hereinafter referred to as
the "Secretary-General") in writing of their acceptance of the amendment.
The amendment shall become effective at the expiration of three (3) months
after the date of a formal communication by the Secretary-General to all
members of the Corporation notifying acceptance of the amendment by the
Contracting Parties.

Article 38
ARBITRATION
1. If a dispute arnses-
(a) between the Corporation and a member who ceases to be a
member;
(b) between the Corporation and a member consequent upon the
adoption of a resolution to terminate the operations of the
Corporation,
such dispute shall, at the written request of either party. be submitted to
arbitration by a tribunal consisting of three arbitrators.
2. Each party to the dispute shall appoint an arbitrator and the third,
who shall be the president of the tribunal, shall be appointed by the two
arbitrators previously appointed.
3. If within thirty days-of the request for arbitration, either party fails
to appoint an arbitrator, or, if Within fifteen days of the appointment of the
two arbitrators, the president has not been appointed, either party may request
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4. The arbitrator shall determine the procedure to be adopted in arbi-
tration disputes; however, the president shall be empowered to settle questions
of procedure in any case of disagreement with respect thereto.

CHAPTER XI
SIGNATURE, DEPOSIT AND ENTRY INTO FORCE
Article 39
SIGNATURE AND DEPOSIT
1. This Agreement shall be deposited with the Secretary-General and
shall remain open for signature by the States listed in Part A of the Annex.

Article 40
RESERVATIONS
Any State referred to in paragraph 1 (a) or 1 (b) of Article 2 of this
Agreement may upon signature enter a reservation to paragraph 1 of Article
34 of this Agreement in relation to a civil action arising out of an accident
caused by a motor vehicle used by any of the persons mentioned therein in
the performance of any duties relating to the Corporation.

Article 41
ENTRY INTO FORCE
This Agreement shall enter into force upon the signature of any ten
of the States listed in Part A of the Annex.

Article 42
ACCESSION
After the entry into force of this Agreement any other of the States listed
in paragraph 1 (a) or 1 (b) of Article 2 of this Agreement may become
Parties to this Agreement by notifying the Secretary-General in writing of
their intention to be bound thereby. Such notification shall take effect
from the date of its receipt by the Secretary-General.

Article 43
INAUGURAL MEETING
As soon as this Agreement enters into force, the Governors representing
the States listed in Part A of the Annex who are parties hereto shall be
appointed and the Secretary-General shall summon the inaugural meeting of
the Board of Governors.




















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IN WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned plenipotentiaries, being duly
authorised thereto by their respective Governments have signed the present
Agreement.

DONE AT GEORGETOWN, GUYANA:


Signed by

For ANTIOUA on


Signed by

For BARBADOS on


Signed by

For BELIZE on


Signed by

For DOMINICA on


Signed by

For GRENADA on


Signed by

For GUYANA on


Signed by

For JAMAICA on


Signed by

For MONTSERRAT on




















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Signed by

For ST. KITTS-NEVIS-ANGUILLA on


Signed by
For ST. LUCIA on


Signed by

For ST.. VINCENT on


Signed by


For TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO on


ANNEX

PART A


STATES AND TERRITORIES AND
OTHER MEMBERS OF THE
CORPORATION
Jamaica
Trinidad and Tobago
Guyana
Barbados
Antigua
Belize
Dominica
Grenada
Montserrat
St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla
St. Lucia
St. Vincent
Members admitted to member-
ship under paragraph 1 (c)
of Article 2


NUMBER
OF
SHARES
33,750
33,750
6,750
6,750



9,000


60,000


TO 150,000


PROPORTIONS


.225
.225
.045
.045



.060





.400

1.000


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PART B

STATES AND TERRITORIES AND
OTHER MEMBERS OF THE
CORPORATION


Jamaica
Trinidad and Tobago
Guyana
Barbados
Antigua
Belize
Dominica
Grenada
Montserrat
St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla
St. Lucia
St. Vincent
Members admitted to
membership under para-
graph 1 (c) of Article 2

TOTAL


NUMBER
OF
SHARES
11,250
11,250
2,250
2,250



3,000


20,000

S 50,000


Passed in the House of Assembly this 11th day of September, 1975.

J. CLEMENT NOEL,

Ag. Clerk of the House of Assembly.


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Act No. 35 of 1975.
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[ L.S. ] S3V /
RUPERT G. JOHN,
Governor.
8th October, 1975.
AN ACT to amend the West Indies Associated States Supreme
Court (Saint Vincent) Act 1970.


[ 14th October, 1975. ]

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 West Indies Associated /Short title.
States Supreme Court (Saint Vincent) (Amendment) Act
1975, and shall be read as one with the West Indies Associated
States Supreme' Court Act 1970, (hereinafter referred to as No. 8 of 19
the principal Act) and all amendments thereto. No. 46 of


2. (1) Section 70(1) of the principal Act is hereby
amended by inserting after the words "Northern Ireland Bar;"
and before the words "and as a solicitor" the following:-
"and any person who has been awarded the Legal
Education Certificate from the Council of Legal
Education of the West Indies";
(2) Section 70 (2) (c) (ii) is amended by deleting the
word "and' and inserting thl following:-


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J. CLEMENT NOEL,
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SAINT VINCENT.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,
1975, No. 20.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (LOVE CREATION LIMITED)
(MANUFACTURE OF GARMENTS) ORDER, 1975.


(Gazetted 14th October, 1975).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Love Creation Limited) (Manufacture of Garments) Order, 1975.

2. Declaration of Pioneer Manufacturer. Love Creation Limited, a
company duly incorporated and registered under tie laws of Saint Vincent is
hereby declared a pioneer manufacturer for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance, 1952, in relation to the Industrial Estate situate at
Camden Park and to the establishment and operation of a manufacturing plant
for the manufacture of underwear for men and women by virtue of the pro-
visions of the Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture of Garments) Order,
1965 (S.R. & O. No. 16 of 1965) and for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance 1952.

3. Construction Day. Constructi H -ww as -ej January 1975.

4. Production Day. Production wat the 23r dSbtember 1975.


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Ordinance 1952 (No. 5 of 1952), thi r 175.

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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,
1975, No. 21.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (MANUFACTURE OF HATS)
ORDER, 1975.


(Gazetted 14th October, 1975).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Manufacture of Hats) Order, 1975.
2. Declaration. The establishment, maintenance and operation in the
State of plant for the manufacture of hats is hereby declared to be a Pioneer
Industry for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952,
and hats so manufactured are declared to be pioneer products for the said
purposes.


Made by the Governor under section 3(1) of the Aid to Pioneer Industries
Ordinance, 1952 (No. 5 of 1952) this 7th day of'October, 1975.
T. M. VELOX,
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1975, No. 22.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (OWEN BACCHUS) MANUFACTURE
OF HATS AND CAPS) ORDER, 1975.


(Gazetted 14th October, 1975).


1. -Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Owen Bacchus) (Manufacture of Hats and Caps) Order, 1975.
S2. Declaration of Pioneer Manufacturer. Owen Bacchus is hereby
declared a pioneer manufacturer for the purposes. of the Aid to Pioneer Indus-
tries Ordinance, in relation to his pioneer factory at Richland Park and to the
establishment \maintenance and operation of manufacturing plant for the
manufacture of Hats and Caps .(by the Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture
of Caps) Order, 1958 (No. 31 of 1958) and the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Manufacture of Hats) Order, 1975, (No. 21 of 1975) declaret- a pioneer
Industry for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer Indust pesoi d 1952.
3. Construction Day. Construction day was'tl L /Jf nIary,
4. Production Day. Production day was the lfune, 14 4.


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1975, No. 23.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (MANUFACTURE OF BAGS AND
BRIEF-CASES) ORDER, 1975.


(Gazetted 14th October, 1975).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the(Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Manufacture of Bags and Brief-cases) Order, 1975.
2. Declaration. The establishment, maintenance and operation in the
State of plant for the manufacture of bags and brief-cases is hereby declared
to be a pioneer industry for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer Industries
Ordinance, 1952, and bans and brief-canes so manufactured are declared to
be pioneer products for the said purposes.


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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1975, No. 24.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (MAURICE KYDD) (MANUFACTURE
OF BAGS AND BRIEF CASES) ORDER, 1975.


(Gazetted 14th October, 1975).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Maurice Kydd) (Manufacture of Bags and Brief Cases) Order, 1975.

2. Declaration of Pioneer Manufacturer. Maurice Kydd is hereby
declared a pioneer manufacturer for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer Indus-
tries Ordinance. 1952, in relation to the pioneer factory situate at Richland
Park and to the establishment and operation of a manufacturing plant for
the manufacture of Ladies Handbags, Shopping and Travelling Bags, Brief
Cases and School Bags (by virtue of the provisions of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries (Manufacture of Bags and Brief Cases) Order, 1975 (S.R. & O.
No. 23 of 1975) and for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance,
1975.
3. Construction Day. Construction day was the 1st November, 1974.

4. Production Day. Production day was the 1st January, 1975.


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