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Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
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Publication Date: February 12, 1952
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


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VOL. 85.] SAINT VINC(EN', TUESDAY, 12 FEBRUARY, 1952. [No. 10.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 63.


MESSAGE FROM HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN.


The Proclamation of Her Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH II was signed at the
Accession Council held on 8th February. Immediately after signature of the
proclamation Her Majesty was pleased to make the following declaration :
"By the sudden death of my dear father I am called to assume the
duties and responsibilities of Sovereignty. At this time of deep sorrow it is
a profound consolation to me to be assured of the sympathy which you and
all my peoples feel towards me, to my mother and sister and to the other
members of my family. My father was our revered and beloved head as he
was of the wider family of his subjects. The grief which his loss brings is
shared among us all. My heart is too full for me to say more to you today
than that I shall always work as my father did throughout his reign to
uphold constitutional Government and to advance the happiness and
prosperity of my peoples spread as they are all the world over. I know that,
in my resolve to follow his shining example of service and devotion, I shall be
inspired by the loyalty and affection of those whose Queen I have been called
to be and by the Counsel of their Elected Parliaments.
I pray that God will help me to discharge worthily this heavy task that
has been laid upon me so early in my life."
12th February, 1952.
(A. 6/1952).


No. 64.
FUNERAL OF THE LATE KING
GEORGE VI.

Memorial Services, Kingstown.

It is hereby notified for general informa-
tion that arrangements have been made
for the holding of MemorialServices at the
principal Churches in Kingstown on Fri-
day, 15th February, 1952, the date fixed
for the funeral of His late Majesty King
George the Sixth.


These Services will commence at 10.32
A.M. after the observance of two minutes
silence in memory of the late King. A
gun will be fired at 10.30 A.M. to signal
the commencement of the period of si-
lence, and another gun fired to mark its
close.
All members of the various bodies and
organizations listed below and all other
members of the general public are invited
to take part in a procession which will
gather at 9.30 A.M. in the vicinity of the
Court House and War Memorial and pro-
ceed along Back Street to the roadway in


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front of the Churches where those taking St. V
part in the procession will break off and!
enter their respective Churches.
It is requested that Fraternal Orders. Other
Societies and other organised bodies, who 12th F
may not already be named among those
listed below and who are desirous of join-
ing in the procession as a separate unit, No. (;5.
notify their intention to do so to Captain
A. L. Gentle, Assistant Superintendent of
Police, not later than 12 o'clock noon on
Thursday, 14th February, 1952. B3y S
Members of the general public who are I 'td Roa
not attached to any of the organised bod- is here
ies which will form part of the procession with the
are asked to join it at the rear of the Friday,
column. is prohi
The churches are to be kdpt empty un- from N1
til the arrival of the procession. Per- tween ii
sons, therefore, who are not taking part a.m.
are kindly asked not to enter the church- Throui
es until after those in the procession Wind-wa
have done so. Street.
Persons taking part are asked to be
in their places in their respective Church- 12th I
es before the first signal gun for the two
minutes silence is fired.
It is hoped that all persons throughout
the Colony will, on that day, endeavour No. 66.
to "mark the solemnity of the day of DAY
the late King's funeral in such a manner
as each may think appropriate according
to the circumstances in which he finds
himself."
The G
ORDER OF PROCESSION. Friday,
of Publ
the funE
Police Band the fu
wPolice ill tak
Police
Auxiliary Police All pi
Volunteer Fire Brigade ness and
Cadets for the d
Boy Scouts 12th F
Girl Guides (A. 6/1952
British Red Cross Society
Hospital Nurses
Administrator No. 6
Executive Council
Legislative Council MI
Ministers of Religion
Kingstown Town Board With
Freemasons Governii
Ancient Order of Foresters ordinary
British Empire Service League messa ets
Public Officers from the
Legal & Medical Practitioners TI
Representatives of the Press T
Small Towns Boards and Village Councils 12th 1
St. Vincent Planters' Association (A. 611952


incent Chamber of Commerce
Friendly Societies
Members of the General Public
'ebruary, 1952.



TRAFFIC NOTICE.

action 79 of the Motor Vehicle
id Traffic Ordinance, the Public
by notified that in connection
Memorial Service to be held on
15th February, 1952, all traffic
bited from using Back Street
north River to James Street be-
he hours of 9.30 a.m. and 10.30


gh traffic from
:rd roads must


Leeward and
pass via Bay


'cbruary, 1952.




OF PUBLIC MOURNING.

FEBRUARY 15TH.

governor in Council has declared
15th February, 1952, as a Day
lic Mourning in observance of
eral of His late Majesty which
e place on that day.
iblic offices and places of busi-
entertainment should be closed
ay.
'ebruary, 1952.
).



-SSAGES OF SYMPATHY.

reference to the third item in
ient Notice No. k:1 in the Extra-
SGazette of 8th Februalay, 1952
of sympathy have been received
following other bodies:-
lie Methodist Community
he Magistrate's Court.
'ebruary, 1952.
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No. 68.
VISIT OF ADMINISTRATOR TO URENADA.

His Honour WALTER FLEMING COUTTS, M.B.E., Administrator of St. Vincent,
left the Colony this morning for Grenada on official duty, and is expected to be
absent from the Colony for a period of about three days.
12th February, 1952.
(P.F. 462)















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 FEBRUARY, 1952.-(No. 10). 49


No. 69.
ACTING ADMINISTRATOR.

The Honourable CYPRIAN BERNARD GIBBS, Assistant Administrator, has
this day taken the prescribed Oaths in accordance with the provisions of Subsection
(2) of Article 7 of the Windward Islands Letters Patent bearing date 27th August,
1951, and assumed the Administration of the Government of St. Vincent conseqUett
upon and during the absence from the Colony of His Honour W. F. Coutts, M.Bz.,
Administrator.
Mr. Gibbs will, during this short period, also perform the duties of his
substantive post.
12th February, 1952.
(P.F. 170)

No. 70.
APPOINTMENTS.

ADVIsoRY COMMITTEE, GOVERNMENT COTTON GINNERY.

The Advisory Committee of the Government Cotton Ginnery is now con-
stituted as follows:-
The Superintendent of Agriculture,
The Manager, Government Cotton Ginnery,
C. deB. BARNARD, Esq. represent Planters,



. NANTON, Esq., representing Commerce.
W. J. ABBOTT, Esq.,
V. G. I. daSILVA, Esq.
12th February, 1952.
(B. 25/1939).


No. 71.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.

The under-mentioned persons have
been appointed as Members of the Board
of Education under the Education Ordi-
nance, 1937, for a period of one year
with effect from 5th February, 1952:-
W. M. LOPEY, Esq.. 'M.A., M.B.E.
(Chairman),
The Education Officer,
The Headmistress, Girls' High School,
The Inspector of Schools,
The Honourable E. T. JOSHUA,
His Lordship, The Right Reverend
1. N. SHAPLEY, M.C., A.K.C..
T'Ihe aevtrend latherl Drl GUATTLbT.ERT


ment of Agriculture on 9th February
1952. 0:"'- zea Ic
12th February, 1952.
(P. F. 498).

No. 73.
PUBLIC LIBRARY.

Miss WINIFRED DUNN, A.L.A., of the
Eastern Caribbean Regional Library, has
been seconded to St. Vincent to take
charge of the Public Library until
further notice.
Miss DUNN arrived in St. Vincent on
1st February, 1952.


van der PLA, O.S.B.. D.D., Miss NORMA PRESCOD has been
The Reverend E. A. PITT, B.I.. seconded to the Eastern Caribbean
T. V. KEANE, Esq., representing the Rigional Library, Trinidad, for about
Teachers' Association, one year.
Mrs. J. H. D. Cox, Miss PRESCOD left the Colony for
Dr. F. C. ALEXIS. Trinidad on 5th February, 1952.
H. S. McCONNIE, Esq., B.Sc. 12th February. 1952.
12th February, 1952. (E. 2!1950).
(E. 3/1948).
No. 71.
RESUMPTION. LEAVE NOTICES.


With reference to Government Notice VACATION LEAVE.
No. 12 published in th-' Otficial Gazette
of 8th January. 1952. Miss MERLE Mr s. CS. VENNER, Junior Clerk,
DAISLEY resumed duties at the Depart- General Post Office, has been granted
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six weeks' vacation leave with effect
from Ist February, 1952.
12th February, 1952.
(P. F. 175).

No. 75.
roMrs. SARAH E. GRANT, Assistant
Accountant, Supply Control Depart-
ment, has been granted three months'
vacation leave with effect from 1st
February, 1952.
12th February, 1952.
(P. F. 205).


With reference to Government Notice
No. 3 of 3rd January, 1952, Mr. KENE-
DON P. STEINS arrived in Trinidad and
assumed duty as American Vice Consul
at Port of Spain on 1st February, 1952.
12th February, 1952.
(R. 3/1949).

No. 77.
LEGISLATION.

The following documents are publish-
ed with this issue of the Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 7.-The Prison (Amend-
ment) Rules, 1952.
(J. 19/1943).

S.R. & O. No. 8.-The Prices Control
(Amendment No. 4) Notice, 1952.
(J. 5/1951).
12th February, 1952.

No. 78.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

COsT-oF-LIVING INDEX FIGURES.

A memorandum on the subject of
Cost-of-Living Index Figures for the
month of January, 1 52, is published
with this issue of the Gazette.
12th February, 1952.
(W. 2/1950).

No. 53.
USE OF COUNCIL CHAMBER.
COURT HOUSE.

It is notified for general information
that, with effect from the date of this
Notice, the Legislativ, Council Chamber
in the upper storey of the Court House
building in Kingstown will not be
available as heretofore for the purpose
of holding concerts, public meetings,
lectures, and similar functions. The


Chamber will in future be used exclhu-
sively for the holding of Court and
Legislative Council meetings.
The use of the grounds of the Court
House for fetes etc. will however, con-
tinue to be permitted. Applications for
such use must be made to the Registrar
of the Supreme Court at least one week
before the date on which the grounds
are required.
1st February, 1952.
(P. 1711951)

No. 54.


Applications are invited for candidates
for the 1952-54 Apprenticeship Course
at the Camden Park Experiment Station,
St. Vincent.
2. The object of this course is to pro-
duce good peasant farmers through a
two-year course of training.
3. The first year will be spent in
receiving practical instruction on the
station, and apprentices will be expect-
ed to perform the manual tasks assigned
to them in demonstration of farming
methods. A test will be set students
at the end of the first year, and only
successful candidates will be permitted
to continue the course.
4. The second year's training will in-
clude the operation of A Model Holding
under the supervision of the Officer-in-
Charge.
5. Accommodation will be provided
at Camden Park and Apprentices will
receive a maintenance allowance of $312
per annum, and an additional personal
allowance of $144 per annum.
6. No obligation on the part of the
Department of Agriculture to provide
employment or to establish apprentices
on holdings on the completion of the
course is implied.
7. Applications should be addressed
to the Superintendent of Agriculture,
Kingstown and should reach this office
not later thin 29th February, 1952.
8. Applicants should state their edu-
cational qualifications and agricultural
experience, and the facilities for estab-
lishing themselves as farmers when the
period of training ends.
5th February, 1952.
(B. 3511945 (A)).
By Command,

A. L. SAMUEL,'
Acting Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
12th February, 1952.


No. 76. APPRENTICESHIP COURSE, CAMDEN
AMERICAN VICE CONSUL, TRINIDAD. PARK EXPERIMENT STATION.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 FEBRUARY, 1952.-(No. 10). 51


DEPARTMENTAL A N T
OTHER NOTICES.

AUCTION SALE, PUBLIC WORKS
DEPARTMENT.

The following articles will be sold by
public auction on Wednesday, 20th Feb-
ruary, 1952, at 2.30 p.m. at Arnos Vale
Public Works Store:-
1 White Pine table
1 Mahogany table
1 Pitch Pine press
1 White Pine press
2 Commodes
1 White Pine box with hinged cover
1 Basin Stand
1 Stove
1 Refrigerator
23 Old Storage Batteries 6 volts
5 Radiators.
G. B. W. MORISON,
Acting Superintendent of
Works.
12th February, 1952.
(W. 37/1950).


CUSTOMS NOTICE.

The undermentioned Livestock have
been seized for a breach of Section 4 (1)
of the Import and Export (Control) Re-
gnlations 1939, as amended by Section
2 of the Import (Control) Regulations
1940 :-
Thirteen (13) fowls.

V. D. ARCHER,
Collector of Customs.
H.M. CUSTOMS,
4th February, 1952.


KINGSTOWN BOARD ASSESSMENT
ROLL, 1952.

Under the provisions of Section 61 of
the Kingtown Board Ordinance 1897.
notice is hereby given that the original
assessment list of the Kingstown Board
for the current year may be seen at the
'Treaury, Kingstown, between the 1st
day of March and 31st day of May next
and attendance will be given during
that period for receiving the rates and
taxes fixed by the Board.
V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
;T. VINCENT,
25th January, 1952.


IN THI WINDWARD ISLANDS
AND LEEWARD ISLANDS COURT
OF APPEAL.

(SAINT VINCENT CIRCUIT).

(Civil Jurisdiction)
A.D. 1952.

TONOTICE is hereby given that The
Honourable the Chief Justice has
arranged for a sitting of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands Court of
Appeal at the Court House in Kings-
town, on Thursday the 3rd day of April,
1952, at 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon,
for hearing of the undermentioned
Appeal:-
No. 1/1952
In the matter of the Estate of
HENRY LANGLIE WILMOT
HAYWARD, deceased
AND
In the matter of the trusts of the
Will of the said HENRY LANGLIE
WILMOT HAYWARD, deceased,
Between
The Attorney-General of
the Windward Islands Appellant
and
WILLIAM HORATIO
BOARDMAN and WILMOT
HENRY HADAWAY Respondents.

D. ELSON WEEKS,
Acitng Registrar Supreme
Court.
Registrar's Office,
Kingstown
19th January, 1952.


CENTRAL WATER DISTRIBUTION
AUTHORITY.

NOTICE TO CONSUMERS.

Belair, Arnos Vale. Filla, Calliaqua,
Ratho Mill and Prospect Areas.

Consumers in the above areas are
asked to reduce their water consump-
tion to an absolute minimum until the
supply pipeline for this section is com-
pleted. Water tanks must not be filled
from the main as this causes a serious
drop in pressure. The branch pipeline
to the Golden Vale tank will be com-
pleted before the end of February when
adequate water for normal requirements
will be available.

G. B. W. MORISON,
Acting Chairman,
Central Water Authority.


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52 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 12 FEBRUARY, 1952.-(No. 10).


TREASURY NOTICE.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance" their properties having
been levied upon will be offered for Sale at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, 1st
Mareh, 1952, at the Treasury for the recovery of Taxes due thereon.

V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY,
ST. VINCENT.
5th February, 1952.

DISTRICT III

Names Situation of Property Description of Property.
Davis, Amos ... Buccament ... 1 House
Forde, Estella ... ,, Bay ... 1 House
Henry, Maude ... Retreat ... 13j Poles
James, David ... Buccament Bay ... 1 House Spot
Joshua, Ormond ... Campden Park ... 1 House
Laidlow, Agatha ... do. ... 1 House
McAllister, Randolph ... Lowmans ... 1 House
Myers, Israel ... Debois ... 1 House Spot
Cobbler, Brownie ... Questelles ... 1 House Spot
Robertson, Rosa ... Buccament ... 1 House

DISTRICT IV
Antoine, Matilda ... Rutland Vale ... 2 acres
Spenoe, Horatio ... Mahantay ... 4 acres 4 Poles
Spence, Jonathan ... Spring ... 1 acre


AGRICULTURAL NOTICE.

VEGETABLE SEEDS.

It is hereby notified for general information that a new shipment of
vegetable seeds has arrived and will be on sale at the office of the Department
of Agriculture on week days between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon and from
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the following prices :-
Pole Lima Bean-King of the Garden ... ... ... 5c. per oz.
Pole Beans-Kentucky Wonder Wax ... .. ... 5.
Cabbage-Succession ... ... 37c. per oz. or 10c. per pkt.
Copenhagen Market ... ... 37c. ,, ,, ,, ,,
All Season ... ... 37c. ,, ,, ,, c.
Stein Flat Dutch ... ... 37c. ,, , 10c.
Carrot-Burpee's Oxheart ... ... .. ... 7c. ,, ,,
Cucumber-Arlington White Spine ... ... .. c. ,,
Lettuce-Imperial 44 ... ... 35c. per oz. or 9c. ,,
New York Improved ... ... 35c. ,, ,, 9 c.
Okra-White Velvet .... ... ... 5c. ,
Tomato-Marglobe ... ... 85c. per oz. or 22c. ,,
Giant Ponderosa ... ., .5. ,, ., ., 22c .,,
Beefsteak ... 85c.,, ., ,, 22c.
S Tnrnip--Early White Flat Dutch ... .. ... 5c. ,,

J. M. CAVE,
.Superintendent of Agriculture.
1 th January, 1952.

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 24 cents. ]








SAINT VINCENT./ ; \

STATUTORY RULES AND DER@, ,
1-952; No. 7.




(Gazetted 12th February, 1952).

1. Short title. These Rules may be cited as the Prison (Amendment)
R iles, 191, and shall--be read as one with the Prison Rules, 195, (S.-R. & 0. 1945,
No. 39) (hereinafter referred to as the principal Rules) and all amendments
thereto.

2. iule 3 of principal Rules BeR oked and Replaced. Rule 3 of
the principal Rules is hereby revoked and replaced as follows :-

"3. VISITING COMMITTEE. (1) A Visiting Committee shall be
appointed by the Governor and shall, at their first meeting, appoint a
chairman, and, if necessary, a vice-chairman. The Committee shall arrange
a rota of attendance at the Prison which shall include at least one visit per
quarLe'r by the Committee for the purpose of carrying out tha duties assigned
to them.
(2) The Visit'ng Committee shall co-operate with the Superintendent in
promoting the efficiency of the Prison and shall make inquiry into any
matter specially referred to them by the Governor and report their opinion
thereon.
(3) The Visiting Committee shall assist the Superintendent with advice
and suggestions as to the employment, education and recreation of the
prisoners.
(4) The Visiting Committee shall hear and investigate any application
or complaint which any prisoner may desire to make to them and, if
necessary, report the same, with their opinion, to the Governor. They shall
have free access to all parts of the Prison to all Prison records and to all
prisoners and may see any such prisoners as they desire, either in their cells
or in a room out of sight and hearing of Prison officers.
(5) The Visiting Committee shall inspect the diets of the prisoners and
may make any report thereon either to the Superintendent or, if they deem
it expedient, to the Governor.
(6) The Visiting Committee shall inquire into the state of the prison
buildings and shall bring to the notice of the Superintendent any repairs,
alterations or additions which may appear to them to be necessary.
(7) The Visiting Committee shall make an annual report to the
Governor with regard to all matters with respect to which the members of
the Committee are empowered to act.





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(8) The Visiting Committee shall perform such other duties as may
from time to time be assigned to them."



Made by the Governor in Council under section 1 of the West Indian Prisons
Act, 1838, and approved by the Governor in Council this 12th day of October 1951.

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(J 19/1943).


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 8 cents. ]
1951.















BAINT V1TOENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDEiS,

1952, No. 8.


PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 4) NOTICE.


(0azetteda 2th Wbwriiair 1%52).


1. Short title. This Notice should be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 4) Notice.

2. 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 (S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby amended
by deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns opposite the
articles: "Tea (Loose)," "Coffee (Whole Grain) (Jamaica)," "Sardines in Oil-
'Ermelinde Brand' (Portuguese)," and substituting therefore the following:
FIRST SC2HDULU-PAAT B.


Article.



Tea (Loose)

Coffee (Whole Grain)
(Jamaica)

Sardines in Oil-
'Ermelinde' Brand
(Portuguese)


Maximum Wholesale Pricea



$1.08 per lb. in lots of
10 lbs. or more

92c. per lb. in lots of
10 Ibs. or more


$26.72 per case of
100 tins


Maximum Retail Price.


"Area A"

$1.24 per lb.

$1.06 per Ib,


32c. per tin


Area"_ B" I Areea ,'


$1.25 per lb.

$1,07 per lb.


33c. per tin


$1.26 per lb.

$1.08 per lb.


34c. per tin.


[P. T. 0.]





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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 Competent Authority under section 30 of the Prices Control
Order 1947 (S.R., & O. No. 25) this 9th day of February, 1952.

A. V. SPROTT,
(J. 5/1951). Controller of Supplies.

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
Price 8 cents. 1
1952.




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