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SAINT VI


OVER NMVENT


NCliUNT..


GAZETTE


-VoL. 8;5.] SAINT V\IN(I\,', TUESDAY, 8 JANUARY, 195?.


0OVIRNMENT NOTICES.


No. 9.


APPOINTMENTS.


JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

The following list of Justices of the Peace for the Colony is pt~ighed Xw
.general Information:-


Name.


Alexis, F. C.
Alves, Joseph
Archer, V. D.
Balfour, Ralph
Ballah, Esau
Ballantyne, G.
Brereten, R. M.
Browne, C. F.
Browne, L. W.


Child, Frank
-Connell, S. C., M.B.E.
Daiantos, A. B. C.
Davis, H. A., O.B.E.
Dougan, John A.
Drayton, Alonzo D.
Dunn, Rev. J. R. A.
Hadley, Hon. W. A.
Hazell, Claude
Hobson, Major F. M. C.
M.B.E., E.D.
Jackson, Lawrence
Joachim, E. A.
John, Daniel
John, Errey B.


Profession, occupation or
calling.
.. Medical Practitioner
.. Proprietor
.. Civil Servant
.. Planter
.. Head Teacher
.. Merchant
.. Retired School Teacher
.. Head Teacher
.. Retired Agricultural
Officer
.Planter
.Retired Civil Servant
.. Planter
SMerchant
.. Proprietor
.. Proprietor
.. Minister of Religion
Planter
.. Proprietor


.Estate Manager
.. Estate Manager
.. Merchant
Proprietor
.. School Teacher


Jones, Rev. F. Bertram Minister of Religion
Maingot, Everard L. .. Proprietor
McIntosh, Cyril .. .. Planter
lMcIntosh, Sydney V. .. Proprietor




3AS2.E i0?



S/r^j


Place of residence.

Kingstown
Union Island
Cane Garden
Canouan
Biabou
Georgetown
Layou.
Marriaqua
Union Island
Grand Sable Estate
Kingstown
Colonarie
Sion Hill
Calliaqua.
Mesopotamia
Georgetown
Union Estate
Bequia
Georgetown
Owia
Barrouallie
Stubbs
Georgetown
Layou
Mustique
Bequia
Bequia


,[No. 3.


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8 SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 8 JANUARY. 1:52.-(No. 3).


Name. Profession, occupation or
calling.
McMillan, Kenneth J. E. .. Medical Practitioner
Minors, Rupea .. .. Estate Manager
Naaton, W. A. Planter
Prescod, C. W. .. .. Retired Civil Servant
Punnett, Hon.-Arnold Mor-
gan, CO.E. .. .. Planter
Punnett, Duncac .. Planter
Punnett, Langley .. Planter
Punnett, Lewis -L. .. Proprietor
Richards, J. E. .. Merchant
Saunders, T. M. .. .. School Teacher
Stephens, George .. School Teacher
Stephens, P. S. .. .. Merchant
Tucker, J. .. Merchant
8th January, 1952.
(3 8/1948).


No. 10.
Dr. G. J. CORDICE as a District
Medical Ofeer with effect from 1st
January, 1952.
Dr. CORDICO has been assigned for
duty in the first instance to District No.
II North with residence at Chateau-
belair.
8th January, 1952.
(P, F. 596).



No. 11.
RESUMPTION.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 564 published in the Official Gazette
of 13th November, 1951, Mr. VIVIAN
YOUNG, Public Assistance and Probation
Officer, returned to the Colony 24th
December, 1951 and resumed duties on
that day.
8th January, 1952.
(P. F. 545).


No. 12.
LEAVE NOTICE.

VACATION LEAVE.

Miss MERLe DAISLEY, Junior Clerk
(Agricultural Department), six weeks'
vacation leave with effect from 29th
December, 1951.
8th January, 1951.
(P. F. 498).

No. 13.
KINGSTOWN BOARD, 1952-1953.

The following personnel have been
elected to the Kingstown Board for the


Place of residence.

Kingstown
Chateaubelair
Biabou
Kingstown

Diamond Estate
Pembroke
Peniston
Villa
Georgetown
Murray Road
Colonarie
Georgetown.
Chateaubelair.


period 1st January, 1952 to 31st Decem-
ber, 1953:-
R. M. CATO, Esq.,
A. R. CONNELL, Esq.,
H. A. DAVIS, Esq., O.B.E.,
R. N. EUSTACE, Esq.,
S. O. JACK, Esq.,
G. L. LEWIs, Esq.,
G. A. MOINTOSH. Esq.,
E. V. WILSON, Esq.
Mr. R. M. CATO has been elected as
Chairman for the year 1952.
8th January, 1952.
(A. 73/1947).

No. 14.
LEGISLATION.

The under-mentioned Ordinances
which have been assented to by His
Excellency the Governor are published
for general information with this issue-
of the Gazette:-
No. 1 of 1952.-An Ordinance to re-
peal the Ordinances imposing a
duty on passenger tickets in re-
spect of passages to places outside
the Colony.
(J. 11/1948).

No. 2 of 1952.-An Ordinance to
amend the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic Ordinance, 1940.
(J. 52/1944).
8th January, 1952.

No. 15.
The following documents are publish-
ed with this issue of the Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 1.-The British Nation-
ality (Fees) Regulations, 1952.
(R. 7/1946).

S.R. & 0. No. 2.-The Income Tax
(Amendment) R:.les, 1952.
(J. 38/1950).





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 JANUARY, 1952.--(No. 3). 9


S.R. & O. No. 3.--The Prices Control
(Amend mentNo. 46) Notice. 1951.
(T. 20/1949).
8th January, 1952.

No. 8.
BANK HOLIDAY.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance.
Discovery Day, 1952 (January 22nd.)
being a Bank Holiday, all Public Offices
will be closed on that day.
3rd January. 1952.
(W. 4/1941).

By Command,

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acting Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
Sth January, 1952.


VACANT POST.

HEADMASTER, GRENADA BOYS'
SECONDARY SCHOOL.

Applications are invited for filling the
vacant post of Headmaster, Grenada
Boys' Secondary School. The salary of
the post, which is pensionable, is $2,880
(600) per annu i rising by annual in-
crements of $96 (20) to $3,120 (650)
per annum in addition to a temporary
cost of living allowance at the rate of
$480 (100) per annum. Appointment
may be made at the maximum salary
of the grade if necessary, should the
qualifications of the candidate appear to
justify such a concession.
2. The qualifications required are a
University degree, professional training
in education, appropriate experience, and
an interest in elementary school work.
At least two testimonials should ac-
company the application.
3. The Headmnaster will be required
to take charge of the boarding establish-
ment in consideration of which he will
be provided with free quarters.
4. The average daily atteiidarnce of
the School is 300 and the boarding estab-
lishment can nccomminolte 50 students.
5. Applications should e addressed
to the Administrator, Administrator's
Office, Grenaida. and should be received
not later than the 31st Jan .ary/, 1952.

W. MACMILAN.
Administrator Grenada.

ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE,
GREINADA, B.W.I.,
14th December, 1953.
(A. 50/1950.)


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

INCOME TAX NOTICES.

TO GOVERNMENT OFFICERS.

All Government Officers are hereby
reminded that the latest date for the
submission of income tax returns for
assessment in the year 1952 is the 31st
January, and that failure to give notice
of chargeability is an offence against the
Income Tax Ordinance, rendering the
person concerned liable on conviction to
a fine not exceeding FOUR HUNDRED
AND EIGHTY DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income,
accruing in, derived from the Colony or
elsewhere and whether received in the
Colony or not for the preceding year,
exceeded the statutory limit of $480 is
required to submit a return in the pre-
scribed form notwithstanding that on
account of approved deductions no tax
may eventually be chargeable, and par-
ticular attention is directed to the fact
that the term "income" is deemed to
include not only money but also allow-
ances in kind
3. Efforts are being made to send
blank return forms to such persons
through their Heads of Department. It
is to be clearly understood, however,
that a person is not exonerated from
the statutory liability to make a return
even though that person may not have
received a blank form, which may be
obtained, on application at the Revenue
Offices at ( quia and Union Islan i. or. in other
districts. f'onm the Police Station situate
therein. ThlI-s forms may also lib ob-
tained from the Income Tax Office,
Kingstown, where any person requiring
information in connection therewith is
invited to enquire.
28th Decemrier, 1951.


TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.

Every person concerned, not being a
Government Ollicer. is hereby reminded
that the latest date for the submission of
income t;x returns fir assessment in the
year 1952 is tie l1t. t March, and that
failure to give notice of chargenibility is
an offence agaailnst the Income Tax Or-
dinance, renderingg, tile person concerned
liable on conviction to a fine not exceed-
ing FOUR HUNDRED AND EIGHTY
DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income,
accruing in, derived from the Colony or
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10 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 JANUARY, 1952.-(No. 3).


elsewhere and whether received in the
Colony or not for the preceding year,
exceeded the statutory limit of $480 is
required to submit a return in the pre-
scribed form, notwithstanding that on
account of approved deductions no tax
may eventually be chargeable, and par-
ticular attention is directed to the fact
that the term "income" is deemed to
include not only money but also allow-
ances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
blank return forms to such persons. It
is to be clearly understood, however,
that a person is not exonerated from the
statutory liability to make a return even
though that person may not have re-
ceived a blank form, which may be ob-
tained, on application, at the Revenue
-Offices at Georgetown, Barronallie, Be-
-quia and Union Island, or, in the other
districts from the Police Station situate
therein. These Forms may also be ob-
tained from the Income Tax Office,
Kingstow.n, where any person requiring
information in connection therewith is
invited to enquire.
4. The form, correctly completed,
shouldd be accompanied by all necessary
supporting statements. Specimens of
the form of account required from small
traders and from occupiers or cultivators
of land will be supplied on request.
28th December, 1951.




TO TRADERS, BUSINESSMEN AND
PROFESSIONAL MEN.

Attention is directed to the provisions
of Sections 73 and 68 of the Income Tax
Ordinance No. 23 of 1948 which read as
follows:-


" 73. Any person engaged
in any trade, business or
profession shall keep in
the English language pro-
per books of account suf-
ficient to record all trans-
actions necessary in l'order
to ascertain th.- gains and
profits made or the loss
incurred in each such
trade, business or profes-
sion, and any such person
who fails to comply with
tliis provision shli:il be
guilty of ;an offence, and
in addition to any penalty
incurred ie shall be liable
to pay any tax to which
bhe may b) assessed nilder
the provisions of this Or-
dinalice ."


Traders,
etc., to
keep
accounts
in Eng-
lish


"68. Any person guilty of Penal-
an offence against this Or- ties for
dinance shall be liable on 6iences
summary conviction be-
fore a Magistrate, to a fine
not exceeding four hun-
dred and eighty dollars,
and in default of payment
to imprisonment, with or
without hard labour, for
any term not exceeding
six months."
2. The Commissioners of Income Tax
intend to enforce the provisions of the
sections referred to above.


J. V. ALVES,
Acting Income Tax Oficer.


INCOME TAX OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN.
28th December, 1951.


EDUCATION NOTICES.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL

Term I, 1952 will begin on Monday,
14th January, 1952, at 10.30 a.m.
W. M. LOPEY,
Headmaster.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
4th Jan uary, 1952.


GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.

Term I, 1952 will begin on Monday,
14th January, 1952, at 10.30 a.m.
J. M. BUCHAN,
Headmistress.
GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL,
4th January, 1952.


CUSTOMS NOTICES.

The following goods have been for-
feited for a breach of Section 90 Cap.
183 of the Laws of St. Vincent, and will
he sold by public auction at I.M. Cus-
toms on lWednesday 16th January, 1952,
at 10.00 a.m.
One (1) Bale Suniings.
28th December, 1951.


been seized for a breach of Section 4(1)
of the Import and Export (Control)
Kfgulations 1939 as amended by Section


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 JANUARY, 1952.-(No. 3). 11


2 of
1940.


the Import (Control) Regulations


Five (5) Fowls
Two (2) Fowls.

V. D. ARCHER,
Collector of Customs.
CUSTOMS,
31st December, 1951.


SALE, PRISON DEPARTMENT.

With reference to previous notice
appearing in the Gazette of 27th Decem-
ber, 1951, the sale of 9 calves. 3 cows
and 1 mule cart has been postponed
until 1.30 p.m. on Wednesday, 16th Jan-
uary, 1952.

C. J. T. ANDERSON,
Superintendent of Prisons.

31st January, 1951.


SUPREME COURT NOTICES.

NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CRIMINAL causes on
Tuesday, the 15th day of January,
1952, commencing at 11.00 o'clock in
the forenoon.
All parties concerned, also such per-
sons as are bound over by recognizance
to prosecute or give evidence, or sum-
moned as jurors or witnesses are com-
manded to give their personal attendance.
27th December, 1951.


NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CIVIL causes in the
Summary and Original Jurisdictions of
the Court on Tuesday the 15th day of
January, 1952. commencing at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
27th December, 1961.


NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the hearing of APPEALS FROM
MAGISTRATES on Tuesday, the 15th


day of January, 1952, commencing at
11.00 o'clock in the forenoon.
D. ELSON WEEKS,
Acting Regietrar, Supreme Court.
REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
27th December, 1951.


POST OFFICE NOTICE.

It is notified for general information
that the four' District Sub-Post Offices
at Buccament, Lowmans (Wd.), Lowmans
Hill and Paget Farm, Bequia will be
raised to the status of Small District
Post Offices as from 1st January, 1952.
G. ELFORD WILLIAMS,
Colonial Postmaster.
GENERAL POST OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT,
18th December, 1951.


CONTROL NOTICE.

OPEN GENERAL EXPORT LICENCE.

Pursuant to Section 5 of the Imports
and Exports Control Regulations, 1939,
the following exemption from Export
Licence is hereby approved by the
Controller of Supplies as such Competent
Authority :-
Exemption
1. No Export Licence shall be neces-
sary for the exportation from the Colony
of St. Vincent of any of the goods and
animals specified in the Schedule
hereto:-
Schedule.
Corn, Shelled or on the cob
Eschalots Potatoes
Cucumbers Pears
Christophene Plantains
Chive and Thyme Limes
Cabbages Fruits
Yams Nutmegs
Tannias Mace
Eddoes Tomatoes
Dasheen Bananas
Dry Peas Pumpkins
Peanuts
Donkeys
Horses
Rabbits
Turkeys

Dated this 31st day of December, 1951.
A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of Supplies,
Competent Authority.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1952, No. 1.

BRITISH NATIONALITY (FEES) REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 8th January, 1952.)

WHEREAS the British Nationality Regulations, 1948, (hereinafter referred to as
"the Imperial Regulations ") printed as an appendix to these Regulations were
made under the British Nationality Act, 1948, (11 & 12 George 6, c. 56) and came
into force on the 1st day of January, 1949, and are generally applicable to the
Colony :
AND WHEREAS Regulations 4, 10, 11 and 16 of the Imperial Regulations, and the
Third, Fifth and Sixth Schedules of the said Regulations are applicable to duties
exercisable by the Secretary of State for Home Affairs only :
AND WHEREAS Regulation 19 and the Seventh Schedule of the Imperial
Regulations relate to the imposition of fees in the United Kingdom only, and it is
necessary that provision should be made by local legislation for the matters dealt
with by the aforesaid Regulation 19 and the Seventh Schedule of the Imperial
Regulations :
Now THEREFOIBE the Governor by virtue and in exercise of the powers in this
behalf by the British Nationality Act (Offences, Penalties and Fees) Ordinance,
No. 13 of 1950, or otherwise in him vested, is pleased by and with the advice of the
Executive Council to make the following Regulations :

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the British Nationality
(Fees) Regulations, 1952.

2. Fees. (1) Subject to these Regulations the fees specified in the Schedule
hereto may be taken and shall be paid to the Colonial Treasurer for the benefit of
the general revenue of the Colony.
(2) Of the fee payable in respect of the grant of a certificate of naturalisation,
nine dollars and sixty cents shall be payable on the submission of the application
for a certificate and shall in no circumstance be returned, and the balance shall
be payable on the receipt of the decision to grant a certificate :
Provided that where a husband and wife apply at the same time for
certificates and are residing together at the time of the applications and the
balance is paid in respect of the grant of a certificate to one of them no balance
shall be payable in respect of a grant of certificate to the other.

3. Revocation. The following Regulations are hereby revoked:-
(a) the British Nationality and Status of Aliens (Imposition of Fees)
Regulations, 1916

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(b) the Regulations amending the above regulations made by the Governor
in Council on the 5th day of April, 1935.

SCHEDULE.

TABLE OF FEES.

Amount
Matter in which fee may be taken of fee
$4
Registration of a woman who is a British protected person or an alien as
a citizen under s. 6(2) of the British Nationality Act, 1948. 2.40
Registration of a minor who is a British protected person or an alien as a
citizen under s. 7 of the British Nationality Act, 1948-
If application for the minor's registration was made at the same 2-40
time as an application by one of his parents for a certificate
of naturalisation;
In other cases-
If the minor is a British protected person; 24-00
If the minor is an alien 48-00
Grant of a certificate of naturalisation-
To a British protected person; 86-00
To an alien 72-00
Witnessing the signing of an application or declaration -60
Administering the oath of allegiance -60
Supplying a certified true copy of any notice, certificate, order,
declaration or entry given, granted or made by or under the British
Nationality Act, 1948. 2.40

Made by the Governor in Council under section 4 of the British Nationality
Act (Offences, Penalties and Fees) Ordinance, 1950, No. 13 of 1950, this 16th day
of July, 1951.

A. V. KING,
Clerk of Executive Council.

EXPLANATORY NOTE.
(This Note is not part of the Regulations, but is intended to indicate their general
purport.)
Regulation 4 and the Third Schedule, Regulation 10 and the Fifth Schedule,
Regulation 11 and the Sixth Schedule and Regulation 16 of the Imperial
Regulations (published as an Appendix to these Regulations) relate to duties
exercisable only by the Secretary of State for Home Affairs under sections 12(6),
16, 19 and 25 of the British Nationality Act, 1948, and consequently have no local
application.





Si r 3

Regulation 19 and the Seventh Schedule of the aforesaid Imperial Regulations
deal with the imposition of fees in the United Kingdom only, in relation to matters
dealt with under the British Nationality Act, and it is therefore necessary to make
provision by local legislation for the imposition of fees in regard to such matters
under the United Kingdom Act as would fall within the jurisdiction of the local
administration.
(R 7/1946).







APPENDIX.


STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS


1948 No. 2721.

BRITISH NATIONALITY.

The British Nationality Regulations, 1948.


Made- -
Coming into Operation


Form of
application for
registration
under
section 6(1)
of the Act.
Form of
application for
registration
under
section 6(2)
of the Act.



Form of
application for
registration
under
section 7(1)
of the Act.


14th December, 1948
1st January, 1949


In pursuance of the power conferred upon me by subsection (1)
of section twenty-nine of the British Nationality Act, 1948(a), I
hereby make with the consent, so far as Regulation 19 is
concerned, of the Treasury the following Regulations :

PART I.
CITIZENSHIP OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND COLONIES BY REGISTRATION.
1. An application for registration as a citizen of the United
Kingdom and Colonies made under subsection (1) of section six
of the Act shall be in the form set out in the First Schedule hereto.



2. An application by a woman for registration as a citizen of
the United Kingdom and Colonies mado under subsection (2) of
section six of the Act shall be in the form set out in the Second
Schedule hereto; and the oath of allegiance required by the said
subsection to be taken by an applicant who is a British protected
person or an alien shall be subscribed and attested in the form set
out in the said Schedule and as so subscribed and attested shall be
included in the form of application.

3. An application for the registration of a minor child of a
citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies as a citizen thereof
mrde under subsection (1) of section seven of the Act shall be
made in writing, and sh.ll includC, the following particulars, that
is to say :-
(a) a statement whether the applicant is a parent or guardian
of the child and, if lhe is a guardian, how he became a
guardian;
(b) a statement showing that a parent of the child is, or if
deceased was, a citizen of the United Kingdom and
Colonies;


(a) 11 & 12 Geo. 6. c. 56.







(c) a statement of the reasons for whish it is desired that the
child should be registered as a citizen of the United
Kingdom and Colonies.

$4. An application for registration as a citizen of the
United Kingdom and Colonies made under subsection (6) of
section twelve of the Act shall be in the form set out in the Third
Schedule hereto.


5. (1) An application made in accordance with Regulation
I of these Regulations on the ground of ordinary residence,
whether or not it is also made on the ground of Crown service
under His Majesty's government in the United Kingdom shall be
made-
(a) if the applicant is ordinarily resident in the United
Kingdom, to the Secretary of State at the Home Office in
London;
(b) if the applicant is ordinarily resident in any of the
Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, a colony, a protectorate,
a protected state to which the provisions of section eight
of the Act relating to protectorates are extended by Order
in Council made under section thirty thereof, or a United
Kingdom trust territory, to the Governor.
(2) An application made in accordance with Regulation 1 of
these Regulations on the ground solely of Crown service under
His Majesty's government in the United Kingdom and an
application made in accordance with Regulation 2 of these
Regulations shall be made-
(a) if the applicant is resident in any of the places mentioned
in sub-paragraph (b) of paragraph (1) of this Regulation,
to the Governor;
(b) if the applicant is resident in a country mentioned in
subsection (3) of section one of the Act in which there is
a High Commissioner for His Majesty's government in the
United Kingdom, to the High Commissioner in that
country;
(c) in any other case, to the Secretary of State at the Home
Office in London.
(3) An application made in accordance with Regulation 3 of
these Regulations shall be made to the authority specified in the
last foregoing paragraph, so however that references therein to
the place of residence of the applicant shall be construed as
references to the place of residence of the minor child in respect
cf whom the application is made.
(4) An application made in accordance with Regulation 4 of
these Regulations shall be made-

i Not applicable locally


Form of
application for
registration
under
section 12(6)
of the Act.
Authority
to whom
application for
registration
as a citizen of
the United
Kingdom and
Colonies is
to be made.























Place of
registration of
citizens of
the United
Kingdom and
Colonies.


Form of
application for
naturalisation.














Form of
certificate of
naturalisation,


(a) if the applicant is resident in a country mentioned in
subsection (3) of section one of the Act in which there is
a High Commissioner for His Majesty's government in the
United Kingdom, to the High Commissioner in that
country;
(b) in any other case, to the Secretary of State at the Home
Office in London.
(5) An application for the registration of a minor as a citizen
of the United Kingdom and Colonies made under subsection (2)
of section seven of the Act shall be made-
(a) if made by or on behalf of a minor resident in any of the
places mentioned in sub-paragraph (b) of paragraph (1)
of this Regulation, to the Governor;
(b) in any other case, to the Secretary of State at the Home
Office in London.

6. The registration of a person as a citizen of the United
Kingdom and Colonies in accordance with the foregoing
provisions of these Regulations shall be effected as follows :-
(a) if the application is made to the Secretary of State, in
London at the Home Office;
(b) in any other case, at such place as the person to whom the
application is made may direct.

PART II.
NATURALISATION AND RESUMPTION OF BRITISH NATIONALITY.
7. (1) An application for a certificate of naturalisation shall
be made in writing, and shall show whether the applicant is a
British protected person or an alien and, if he is a British
protected person, shall state the protectorate, protected state,
mandated territory or trust territory from which he derives his
status as a British protected person and his connection therewith.
(2) Every such application shall contain sufficient information
to satisfy the Secretary of State or the Governor, as the case may
be, that the applicant possesses the requisite qualifications for
naturalisation in respect of residence or Crown service, good
character, knowledge of the English or other appropriate
language and intention with respect to his residence or occupation
in the event of a certificate being granted to him, and such
further information as the Secretary of State or the Governor
may require in order to determine whether the applicant is a fit
and proper person to be granted a certificate of naturalisation.
-5
8. (1) A certificate of naturalisation granted by the
Secretary of State shall be in the form set out in Part I of the
Fourth Schedule hereto and shall be signed by an officer of the
Home Department not below the rank of Assistant Secretary.
(2) A certificate of naturalisation granted by the Governor
of any of the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man or a colony,
protectorate, protected state or United Kingdom trust territory







shall be similar to a certificate granted by the Secretary of State,
except that it shall be signed by the Governor or by a person
authorised by him in that behalf.
(3) Where in accordance with the provisions of subsection
(2) of section ten of the Act the Secretary of State has given his
approval to the grant of a certificate of naturalisation by the
Governor of a place mentioned in the last foregoing paragraph,
the approval of the Secretary of State shall be signified by adding
to the certificate a statement to that effect, which shall be signed
by a person authorised by him in that behalf.

9. (1) The oath of allegiance required by subsection (1) of
section ten of the Act to be taken by a person to whom a
certificate of naturalisation has been granted shall be subscribed
and attested in the form set out in Part II of the Fourth Schedule
hereto and as so subscribed and attested shall be endorsed on the
certificate of naturalisation to which it relates.
(2) The oath of allegiance required as aforesaid shall be
taken within one calendar month of the date of the certificate of
naturalisation to which it relates, or within such extended time
as the Secretary of State or the Governor who granted the
certificate, as the case may be, may permit, and if the oath is not
taken within the said time the certificate shall have no effect :
Provided that permission shall not be deemed to have been
given under this paragraph unless a statement to that effect is
endorsed on the certificate and signed by a person authorised by
the last foregoing Regulation to sign a certificate of
naturalisation.
(3) The oath of allegiance required as aforesaid shall be
registered-
(a) if the certificate of naturalisation to which it relates is
granted by the Secretary of State, in London at the Home
Office;
(b) in any other case, in such place as the Governor who grants
the certificate may direct.
(4) Where the oath of allegiance is registered in accordance
with the directions of the Governor under the last foregoing
paragraph, he shall cause a copy of the oath and of the certificate
of naturalisation to which it relates to be sent to the Home Office
in London.

t10. (1) A declaration of intention to resume British
nationality made under subsection (2) of section sixteen of the
Act shall be in the form set out in the Fifth Schedule hereto.
(2) The declaration shall be registered in London at the
Home Office.


$ Not applicable locally.


Oath of
allegiance for
purpose of
naturalization.



























Declaration
of intention
to resume
British
nationality.












Declaration of
renunciation of
citizenship.




Notice of
proposed
deprivation of
citizenship.


PART I.
RENUNCIATION AND DEPRIVATION OF CITIZENSHIP OF THE UNITED
KINGDOM AND COLONIES.
111. (1) A declaration of renunciation of citizenship of
the United Kingdom and Colonies made under subsection (1) of
section nineteen of the Act shall be in the form set out in the
Sixth Schedule hereto.
(2) The declaration shall, subject to the provisions of the
said section nineteen, be registered in London at the Home Office.

12. (1) When it is proposed to make an order under section
twenty or section twenty-one of the Act depriving a person of his
citizenship of the United Kingdom and Colonies, the notice
required by subsection (6) of section twenty or subsection (2) of
section twenty-one thereof to be given to that person may be
given-
(a) in a case where that person's whereabouts are known, by
causing the notice to be delivered to him personally or by
sending it to him by post;
(b) in a case where that person's whereabouts are not known,
by sending it to his last known address.
(2) Where the Secretary of State has given notice as
aforesaid and the person to whom it is given has the right, on
making application therefore, to an inquiry under subsection (7)
of section twenty of the Act, the application shall be made-
(a) if that person is in the United Kingdom at the time when
the notice is given to him, within twenty-one days from
the giving of the notice;
(b) in any other case, within such time, not being less than
twenty-one days from the giving of the notice, as the
Secretary of State may determine :
Provided that the Secretary of State may in special
circumstances at any time extend the time within which the
application may be made.
S(3) Where the Governor of any of the Channel Islands, the
Isle of Man or a colony, protectorate, protected state or United
Kingdom trust territory has given notice as aforesaid, the
provisions of the last foregoing paragraph shall apply with the
substitution for references to the Secretary of State of references
to the Governor and the substitution for the reference to the
United Kingdom of a reference to that island, colony, protectorate,
state or territory.
(4) Any notice given in accordance with the provisions of
this Regulation sl12ll, in a case in which the person to whom it is
given has the right, on making application therefore, to an enquiry
under subsection (7) of section twenty of the Act, include a
statement of the time within which such application must be
made.

tNot appillfteJ Locally







13. Where an order has been made depriving ai person who is
a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies oy registration of
that citizenship, his name shall be removed from the register of
citizens of the United Kingdom and Colonies in which it is entered.

14. Where an order has been made depriving a person
naturalised in the United Kingdom and Colonies of his citizenship
of the United Kingdom and Colonies, the person so deprived or
any other person in possession of the relevant certificate of
naturalisation shall, if required by notice in writing given by the
Secretary of State or any Governor having power to deprive
persons of that citizenship, deliver up the said certificate to such
person and within such time as may be specified in the notice,
and the said certificate shall thereupon be cancelled or amended.

PART IV.
SUPPLEMENTAL.
15. Where a person wishes to make an application or
declaration under any of these Regulations and the form set out
in the Schedule referred to in the Regulation is, in the opinion of
the Secretary of State or other authority to whom the application
is to be made or to whom the declaration is to be sent for
registration, unsuitable to the particular case, the Secretary of
State or that other authority, as the case may be, may authorise
the application or declaration being made in some other form.

$16. A certificate of citizenship in case of doubt given
under section twenty-five of the Act shall be signed by an officer
of the Home Department not below the rank of Assistant
Secretary.

17. An application or declaration made in accordance with
Regulation 1, 2, 3, 4,$ 7, 10,$ or 11t of these Regulations shall not
be accepted or registered and the oath of allegiance required by
subsection (2) of section six or subsection (1) of section ten of
the Act shall be of no effect unless it is signed in the presence of
or administered by one of the following persons :-
(i) In England, Wales or Northern Ireland-
Any justice of the peace, commissioner authorised to
administer oaths in the Supreme Court or notary public
(ii) In Scotland--
Any sheriff, sheriff-substitute, justice of the peace or
notary public
(iii) In the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man or any colony,
protectorate, protected state or United Kingdom trust
territory-
Any judge of any court of civil or criminal
jurisdiction, any justice of the peace or magistrate, or any

t Not applicable locally.


Cancellation of
registration
of person
deprived of
citizenship.
Cancellation
and amendment
of certificate of
naturalisation
in case of
c'privation of
citizenship.


Variations
in form of
application or
declaration.





Certificate of
citizenship in
case of doubt.


Persons
before whom
application or
declaration
may be made
or by whom
oath of
allegiance
may be
administered.







person for the time being authorised by law, in the place
where the applicant, declarant or deponent is, to
administer an oath for any judicial or other legal
purpose;
(iv) In any country mentioned in subsection (3) of section one
of the Act or in Eire, or in any mandated territory or trust
territory administered by the government of any such
country-
Any person for the time being authorized by law, in
the place where the applicant, declarant or deponent is,
to administer an oath for any judicial or other legal
purpose;
(v) Elsewhere-
Any consular officer of His Majesty's government in the
United Kingdom or any person authorised by the
Secretary of State in that behalf :
Provided that if the applicant, declarant or deponent is
serving in His Majesty's naval, military or air forces, the
application or declaration may be signed in the presence of, or
the oath administered by, any officer holding a commission in any
of those forces, whether the application, declaration or oath is
made or taken in the United Kingdom or elsewhere.

Evidence. 18. A document may be certified to be a true copy of a
document for the purpose of subsection (2) of section twenty-seven
of the Act by means of a statement in writing to that effect signed
by a person authorised by the Secretary of State or the Governor
in that behalf.

Fees. $19. (1) Subject to the provisions of this Regulation,
the fees specified in the Seventh Schedule hereto may in the
United Kingdom be taken and shall be applied in the manner set
out in the said Schedule.
(2) Of the fee payable in respect of the grant of a certificate
of naturalisation, two pounds shall be payable on the submission
of the application for a certificate and shall in no circumstances
be returned, and the balance shall be payable on the receipt of the
decision to grant a certificate.
Provided that where a husband and wife apply at the same
time for certificates and are residing together at the time of the
applications and the balance is paid in respect of the grant of a
certificate to one of them, no balance shall be payable in respect
of the grant of a certificate to the other.

Interpretation 20. (1) In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise
requires, the following expressions have the meanings hereby
respectively ascribed to them, that is to say :-

SNot applicable locally. See Section 4 of The British
N.ationality Act (Offences Penalties and Fees) ordinance No.
13 ,of 1950, and the British Nationality (Fees) Regulations
1951.







"the Act" means the British Nati6nality Act, 1948(b);
"Governor has, in relation to a protected state to which
provisions of the Act are extended by Order in Council made
under section thirty thereof, the same meaning as in the Order;
"protected state includes any place to which provisions
of the Act are extended by any such Order as aforesaid.
(2) The Interpretation Act, 1889(c), shall apply to the
interpretation of these Regulations in like manner as it applies
to the interpretation of an Act of Parliament.

21. These Regulations may be cited as the British Nationality Short title and
Regulations, 1948, and shall come into operation on the first day commencement.
of January, 1949.

J. Chuter Ede,
One of His Majesty' Principal
Secretaries of State.
We consent to Regulation 19 of these Regulations.

R. J. Taylor,
Wm. Hannan,
Two of the Lords Commissioners
of His Majesty's Treasury.
Whitehall.
14th December, 1948.


FIRST SCHEDULE. Regulation 1.
BRITISH NATIONALITY ACT, 1948, SECTION 6 (1).
Application for registration as a citizen of the United Kingdom
and Colonies under section 6 (1) of the Act made by an
adult British subject or citizen of Eire on the ground of
ordinary residence in the United Kingdom or in any of the
Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, a colony, a protectorate, a
protected state to which section 8 (1) of the Act has been
applied or a United Kingdom trust territory or on the ground
of Crown service under His Majesty's government in the
United Kingdom.
1. I, A.B., of [here insert address of applicant], am of full
age and capacity and was born at
on
2. My father's full name is/was
and he was born at
on
3. I am single/married/a widower/a widow/divorced from
my wife/husband


(b) 11 & 12 Geo. 6. c. 56.


(c) 52 & 53 Vict. c. 63.
















tEither or both
of sub-
paragraphs (a)
and (b) should
be completed.


4. My wife's/husband's full name is/was
5. I am [.a citizen of the following countries mentioned in
subsection (3) of section one of the British Nationality Act, 1948*,
that is to say, ] [a citizen of Eire] [a British subject
without citizenship under section thirteen of the British
Nationality Act, 1948,] by reason of the fact that
[Here state the grounds on which the applicant claims to be
such a citizen or British subject without citizenship.]
t6. (a) I am ordinarily resident in [the United Kingdom]
[or, if the applicant is ordinarily resident in any of the Channel
Islands, the Isle of Man, a colony, a protectorate, a protected state
to which section 8 (1) of the Act has been applied or a United
Kingdom trust territory, here insert the name of the island, colony,
etc.] and have been so ordinarily resident during the past twelve
months, as follows :-
[Here state the addresses at which the applicant was
ordinarily resident during the past twelve months, with dates in
each case; and if the applicant has been ordinarily resident in the
United Kinagdom, or in the island, colony, etc., as the case may be,
for a shorter period than twelve months, state the special
circumstances in which it is desired that the shorter period should
be accepted.]
(b) I am in Crown service under His Majesty's government in
the United Kingdom, as follows :-
[Here state the name of the department in which the
applicant is employed, whether the department forms part of the
government of the United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, one of the
Channel Islards, the Isle of Man, or a colony, protectorate,
protected state or United Kingdom trust territory, the capacity in
wh ich the applicant is employed, and the date of his or her
appointmenacut. J
7. I have/have not previously renounced or been deprived of
citizenship of the United Kingdom and Colonies.
[If the applicant has renounced his or her citizenship of the
United Kingdom and Colonies, here state the date on which the
declaration of renunciation was made; and if he or she has been
deprived of his or her citizenship, state the date on which, and
the authority by whom, the order of deprivation was made.]
8. I hereby apply to be registered as a citizen of the United
Kingdom and Colonies.
I, A.B.. do solemnly and sincerely declare that the foregoing
particulars stated in this application are true, and I make this
solemn dreclaration conscientiously believing the same to be true.
(Signed) A.B.
The countries so mentioned are Canada, Australia, New
Zealand, the Union of South Africa, Newfoundland, India,
Pakistan, southern Rhodesia and Ceylon.







Made and subscribed this day of
19 before me,
(Signed) X.Y.,
[Justice of the Peace, Commissioner
or other official title.]

Regulation 2.
SECOND SCHEDULE.
BRITISH NATIONALITY ACT, 1948, SECTION 6 (2).
Application for registration as a citizen of the United Kingdom
and Colonies under section 6(2) of the Act made by a woman
who has been married to a citizen of the United Kingdom and
Colonies.
1. I, A.B., of [here insert address of applicant],
was born at
on
2. My father's full name is/was
and he was born at
on
3. I was married at
on
to C.D. [here insert full name of husband] of/late of [here insert
husband's address, or last address if he is deceased]
4. My husband was born at
on
5. My husband's father's full name is/was
and he was born at
on
6. My marriage is still subsisting/has terminated by reason
of
[If the marriage is not subsisting, state whether it was
terminated by the husband's death or by divorce.]
7. My husband is/was a citizen of the United Kingdom and
Colonies by reason of the fact that
[Here state the grounds on which it is claimed that the
applicant's husband is or was a citizen of the United Kingdom
and Colonies.]
8. I am [a. citizen of the following countries mentioned in
subsection (3) of section one of the British Nationality Act, 1948*,
that is to say, ] [a citizen of Eire] [a British
subject without citizenship under section thirteen of the British
Nationality Act, 1948,] by reason of the following facts :-
[Here state the grounds on which the applicant claims to be
such a citizen or British subject without citizenship.]
The countries so mentioned are Canada, Australia, New
Zealand, the Union of South Africa, Newfoundland, India,
Pakistan, Southern Rhodesia and Ceylon.













































t'w oath of
allegiance is not
required to be
taken unless
the applicant is
a British
protected
person or
an alien.


or I am a British protected person by reason of my connection
with
[Here state the protectorate or other territory from which the
applicant derives her status as a British protected person, and her
connection therewith.]
or I am an alien and a subject or citizen of the following
foreign countries, that is to say,
or I am a stateless alien and was formerly a subject or citizen
of the following countries, that is to say,
and ceased to be such by reason of the following facts :-
[Here state the cause whereby the applicant ceased to be a
subject or citizen of the countries in question, whether these are
countries mentioned in subsection (3) of section one of the Act*,
Eire or foreign countries.]
9. I have contracted the following other marriages :-
[Here state place and date of marriage and name and
nationality or citizenship of husband in each case.]
10. 1 have/have not previously renounced or been deprived
of citizenship of the United Kingdom and Colonies.
[If the applicant has renounced her citizenship of the United
Kingdom and Colonies, here state the date on which the
declaration of renunciation was made; and if she has been
deprived of her citizenship, state the date on which, and the
authority by whom, the order of deprivation was made.]
11. I hereby apply to be registered as a citizen of the United
Kingdom and Colonies.
I, A.B., do solemnly and sincerely declare that the foregoing
particulars stated in this application are true, and I make this
solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true.
(Signed) A.B.
Made and subscribed this day of
19 before me,
(Signed) X.Y.,
[Justice of the Peace, Commissioner
or other official title.]

OATH OF ALLEGIANCEt
I, A.B., swear by Almighty God that I will be faithful and bear
true.allegiance to His Majesty, King George the Sixth. His Heirs
and Successors, according to law.
(Signed) A.B.
'Sworn and subscribed this day of
19 before me,
(Signed) X.Y.,
[Justice of the Peace, Commissioner
or other official title.]
,,!Thelcountriesi so mentioned are Canada, Australia, New
Zealand, the Union of *Soth Africa, Newfoundland, India,
Pakistan, Southern Rhodesia and Ceylon.







THIRD SCHEDULE. Regulation 4.
BRITISH NATIONAIITY ACT, 1948, SETIoN 12(6).
Application for registration as a citizen of the United Kingdom
and Colonies under section 12 (6) of the Act made by a person
who, but for his citizenship or potential citizenship of one of
the countries mentioned in section 1 (3) of the Act*, would
have become a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies
under section 12 (4) of the Act.
1. I, A.B., of [here insert address of applicant], am of full
age and capacity and was born at
on
2. [If applicant is a woman who has been married] My
maiden name was

3. I was a British subject immediately before the first day of
January, 1949, by reason of the fact that
[Here state the grounds on which the applicant claims to have
been a British subject at the time mentioned.]
4. I am a citizen/potentially a citizen of the following
country, being one of the countries mentioned in subsection (3) of
section one of the British Nationality Act, 1948*, namely,
by reason of the fact that
[Here state the grounds on which the applicant claims to be
such a citizen or potential citizen.]
5. I am descended in the male line from C.D. [here state
relationship] who possesses or possessed one of the qualifications
mentioned in subsection (1) of section twelve of that Act, that is
to say,
6. I intend to make my ordinary place of residence within
the United Kingdom and Colonies, namely, within [here insert the
name of the territory.]
7. I have a close connection with the United Kingdom and
Colonies for the following reasons :-
*8. I intend this application to relate to the following of my *Delete this
children, who are under twenty-one years of age :- paragraph if
Name in full Date of birth Place of birth not applicable.
9. I hereby apply for the registration of myself [and my said
children] as a citizen [citizens] of the United Kingdom and
Colonies.
I, A.B., do solemnly and sincerely declare that the foregoing
particulars stated in this application are true, and I make this
solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true,
(Signed) A.B.
The countries so mentioned are Canada, Australia; New
Zealand, the Union of South Africa, Newfoundland, India,
Pakistan, Southern Rhodesia and Ceylon.
t Not applicable locally







Made and subscribed this day of
19 before me,

(Signed) X.Y.,

[Justice of the Peace, Commissioner
or other official title.]


Regulation 8. FOURTH SCHEDULE.

PART I.
BRITISH NATIONALITY ACT, 1948.
Certificate of Naturalisation.
Whereas A.B., has applied to one of His Majesty's Principal
Secretaries of State for a certificate of naturalisation, alleging
with respect to himself [herself] the particulars set out below, and
has satisfied the Secretary of State that the conditions laid down
in the British Nationality Act, 1948, for the grant of a certificate
of naturalisation are fulfilled:
Now, therefore, the Secretary of State, in pursuance of the
powers conferred upon him by the said Act, grants to the said
A.B. this certificate of naturalisation, and declares that upon
taking the oath of allegiance within the time and in the manner
required by the regulations made in that behalf he [she] shall be
a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies as from the date of
this certificate.
In witness whereof I have hereto subscribed my name this
day of 19

(Signed) CD.
[Rank]
Home Office,
London.


Particulars relating to applicant.

F u ll n a m e ......................................................................................................................................................... ...
A d d re ss ...........................................................................................................................
Profession or occupation ........................................ ........................
P lace an d d ate of birth ................................................................................ ........................
'N a tio n a lity ...............................................................................................................................................
S in gle, m arrived, etc. ................................ ................ ...... ..............................................
N am e of w ife or h usb an d ..................................................................................................................
Names and nationalities of parents ........................................ .... .....................





17

PAIT II.
OATH OF ALLEGIANCE.

I, A.B., swear by Almighty God that I will be faithful and bear
true allegiance to His Majesty, King George the Sixth, His Heirs
and Successors, according to law.

(Signed) A.B.
Sworn and subscribed this day of
19 before me,
(Signed) X.Y.,
[Justice of the Peace, Commissioner
or other official title.]


+FIFTH SCHEDULE. Regulation 10.

BRITISH NATIONALrrY ACT, 1948, SECTION 16.
Declaration of intention to resume British Nationality under
section 16 (2) of the Act made by a person who has ceased to
be a British subject on the loss of British nationality by his
father or mother in accordance with the provisions of section
12 (1) of the British Nationality and Status of Aliens Act,
1914.
1. I, A.B., of [here insert address of declarant].
was born at
on
2. My father's full name is/was
and he was born at
on
3. I ceased to be a British subject by virtue of subsection (1)
of section twelve of the British Nationality and Status of Aliens
Act, 1914, on by reason of the fact that
[Here state the cause whereby the declarant's father or
mother, as the case may be, and the declarant ceased to be British
subjects.]
4. If I had not so ceased to be a British subject I should now
be [a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies] [a British
subject without citizenship under section thirteen of the British
'Nationality Act, 1948,] by reason of the fact that
[Here state the grounds on which the declarant claims that
he or she would have been such a citizen or British subject.]
5. I hereby declare my intention to resume British
nationality and apply to the Secretary of State to register this
declaration.

$ Not applicable locally.







I, A.B., do solemnly and sincerely declare that the foregoing
particulars stated in this declaration are true, and I make this
solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true.
(Signed) A.B.
Made and subscribed this day of
19 before me,
(Signed) X.Y.,
[Justice of the Peace, Commissioner
or other official title.]


Regulation i1. $SIXTH SCHEDULE.
BRITISH NATIONALITY ACT, 1948, SECTION 19.
Declaration of renunciation of citizenship under section 19 of the
Act made by a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies
who is also a citizen of one of the countries mentioned in
section 1 (3) of the Act* or of Eire or a national of a foreign
country.
1. I, A.B., of [here insert address of declarant], am of full
capacity and was born at
on
2. I have/have not been married.
3. I am a citizen/national of
under the law of that country.
4. I hereby renounce my citizenship of the United Kingdom
and Colonies.
I, A.B., do solemnly and sincerely declare that the foregoing
particulars stated in this declaration are true, and I make this
solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true.
(Signed) A.B.
Made and subscribed this day of
19 before me,
(Signed) X.Y.,
[Justice of the Peace, CommitsloeT
or other official title.]

*The countries so mentioned are Canada, Australia, New
Zealand, the Union of South Africa, Newfoundland, India,
Pakistan, Southern Rhodesia and Ceylon.
t Not applicable locally





19

Regulation 19.


tSEVBNTH. SCHEDULE.
$TABLE OF FEES.


Matter in which fee may
be taken


Registration of a woman
who is a British protect-
ed person or an alien as
a citizen under s. 6 (2)
of the British National-
ity Act, 1948.

Registration of a minor
who is a British protect-
ed person or an alien as
a citizen under s. 7 of
the British Nationality
Act, 1948-
If application for the
minor's registration
was made at the
same time as an ap-
plication by one of
his parents for a cer-
tificate of naturali-
sation;

In other cases-
If the minor is a
British protected
person;


If the minor is
alien --


Grant of a certificate of
naturalisation-
To a British protected
person;

To an alien .....

Grant of a certificate of
citizenship in case of
doubt.


Amount
of fee

s. d.
10 0


10 0









5 0 0


10 0


7 10 0


15 0 0

10 0. 0


To whom fee is to be
paid


Into the Exchequer in ac-
cordance with Treasury
directions.














The same.


The same.



The same


t Not applicable locally. See Section 4 of the British Nationality
Act (Offences Penalties and Fees) Ordinance No. 13 of
1950, and the British Nationality (Fees) Regulations 1951
made thereunder








Matter in which fee may
be taken


Witnessing the signing of
an application or decla-
ration mentioned in
Regulation 17 of these
Regulations.






Administering the oath ef
allegiance












Registration of a declara-
tion of intention to re-
sume British nationality
or of renunciation of cit-
izenship.

Supplying a certified true
sopy of any notice, cer-
tifiate, order, declara-
tion or entry given,
granted or made by or
under the British Na-
tionality Act, 1948.


Amount
of fee

s. d.
2 6










2 6













10 0


To whom fee is to be
paid


In England or Northern
Ireland, if the applica-
tion or declaration is
witnessed, or the oath
administered, by a jus-
tice of the peace, to the
clerk tq the justices,
and if by a commission-
er or notary public, to
the commissioner or
notary public.
In Scotland, if the appli-
cation or declaration is
witnessed, or the oath
administered, by a she-
riff or sheriff-substitute,
to the sheriff clerk or to
any of his deputes, if
by a justice of the
peace, to the clerk of
the peace or to any of
his deputes, and if by a
notary public, to the
notary public.

Into the Exchequer in ac-
cordance with Treasury
directions.


10 0 The same.
10 0 I The same.


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THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,


KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT

1952.


[ Price 80 cents. ]






SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1952, No. 2.

INCOME TAX (AMENDMENT) RULES.

(Gazetted 8th January, 1952).

1. Short Title. Th se Rules may be cited as the Income Tax (Amendment)
Rules, 1952, and shall be read as one with the Rules made by the Governor in
Council on the 16th day of February, 1924, under section 60 of the Income Tax
Ordinance, 1924, (hereinafter referred to as the principal Rules).

2. Amendment of principal Rules. After Rule 9 of the principal Rules the
following Rule shall be inserted :-
"10. Income tax shall be payable on or before the 30th day of Septem-
ber in any year: Provided that if the assessment is made after the 31st
day of August in any year and the person assessed does not apply to the
Cunmmissioners to revise the assessment or does not appeal to a Judge in
Chambers within the periods prescribed by the Ordinance for these
purposes, the tax shall become payable forthwith in one sum and if the
tax remains unpaid after this date, then a sum equal to five per centum of
the amount of the tax payable shall be added thereto and such sum shall be
collected and recovered in the same manner as the tax, and as part thereof."

3. Revocation. The following Rules are hereby revoked :-
(a) Section 3 of the Income Tax (Amendment) Rules, 1943, (S.R. & 0.
1943, No. 91);
(b) Paragraph (a) of Rule 6 of the Income Tax (Payment by Govern-
ment Employees and Pensioners) Rules, 1951, S.R. & 0. 1951,
No. 10).

Made by the Governor in Council under section 75 of the Income Tax
Ordinance (No. 23 of 1948) this 18th day of December, 1951.

KATHLEEN GIBBS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(J. .8/1950).

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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1952, No. 3.

PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 1) NOTICE.

(Gazetted 8th January 1952).

1. Short title. This Notice should be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 1) Notice.

2. Amendment. The First Schedule Part A to the Prices Control Order
(S. R. & O. No. 25) is liereby further amended by deleting from the Schedule the
following article : "Poultry-Chicken (for Table)."

3. Amendment. The prices set out hereunder are the Maximum prices
for which the articles enumerated may be sold in the Colony and the First Schedule
Part B to the Prices Control Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby amended by
deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns opposite the
articles: Cornmeal (Canada)," "Cheese (Dutch)-Edam & Gouda," and
substituting therefore the following:
FIRST SCHEDUL--PART B.

Article. Maximum Wholesale Price Maximum Retail Price.

"Area A" Area B" Area C."
Cornmeal (Canada) $12.74 per sack of 98 lbs. 15c. per lb. 16c. per lb. 17c. per lb.
Cheese (Dutch)
Edam ... 90c. per lb. in lots of $1.02 per lb. $1.03 per lb. $1.04 per lb.
20 lbs. or more
Gouda ... 93c. per lb. in lots of $1.06 perlb. $1.07perlb. $1.08 per lb.
20 lbs. or more

Area "A means the town of Kingstown and within one mile thereof.
Area B means all other places throughout the Colony other than those
mentioned in Areas A :nd "C ".
Area "C" means all the villages of Overland, Sandy Bay, Owia, Fancy,
Windsor Forest and the St. Vincent Grenadines.

Made by the Comjcl nt Authority under section 30 of the Prices Control
Order (S.R. & O. No. 25) th?. 5th fay of January, 1952.

A. V. SPROTT,
(T 20/1949) Controller of Supplies

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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENET.
71 7 7r1952. 1 Price 4 cents. I




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