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G.OVERiiVNMENT GAZETTEL





VOL. 85.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 1 APRIL, 1952. [No. 21.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES, been appointed American Vice Consul at
Trinidad, Hritish West Indies.
No. 162. 1st April, 1952.
HER MAJESTY'S BIRTHDAY. (R. 3/1949)


Birthday this year, namely Thursday,
5th June, being chosen for the celebra- Mr. A. L. SAMUEL, has been appointed
tion of her own official Birthday in a Commissionerof Income Tax under the
1952. Her Majesty has also approv,-d the provisions of Section 3 of theIn-
that her official Birthday should alw:yvs come Tax Ordinance, 1948, with effect
be celebrated on a dale to he ch('sein on frime 1st April, 1952, and during the
the same principle as that adoiptf.i bly iactini, a)poiitmenit, as Administrator of
His Late Majesty, namely a Thu slay the Colony, of Mr C. B. GIBBS.
early in June. 1st April, 1952.
1st April, 1952. (A 37/1944)-
(A. 11/1952).

No. 163. RESUMPTION.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
With reference to Government Notice
tVith reference to GovernmeInt Notice No. 414 of 2Sth August, 1951, Miss D.
No. 145 of 25th March, 1'952, the me-et- M. MUNRO, Jnnior Clerk, General Post
ing of the Legislative Council which Office. resumed duties with effect from
was fixed for Thursday, 3rd April, 1952, 24th March, 1952.
has been postponed until further notice. 1st Apiil, 1952.
1st April, 1952. (P.F. 90).
(A. 1/1949).
No. 167.
No. 164. LEAVE NOTICE.
AMERICAN VICE CONSUL AT
TRINIDAD. VACATION LEAVE.

It isnotified for general information Miss PEARLINA GUY Junior Clerk,
that Mrs. fHLENE E. W. FISCHER has Public Works Department, has been
a ie o h~sa, 3 p~i, 1:,t2t [tcl,2


ha s b.npospn~t ff frhrnoie














100 SAINT VINCE'NT, TUESDAY. 1 APRIL, 1952--(No. 21).,


granted three months vacation leave
with effect from 1st April, 1952.
1st April, 1952.
{P.F. 346).


No. 168.


RESIGNATIONS.


MARRIAGE OFFICER AND OFFICIAL
ATTESTOR.

The Reverend T. J. FURLBY, as a
Marriage Officer and Official Attestor for
the Colony, with effect from 21st March,
1952.
Ist April, L952.
(J. 22/1951).

No. 169.
CHATEAUBELAIR TOWN BOARD.

The Reverend T. J. FURLEY, as a
Nominated Member of the Chateaubelair
Town Board, with effect from 21st March,
1952.
1st April, 1952.
(A. 9/1949).



No. 170.
PORT ELIZABETH TOWN BOARD

BYE ELECTION.

Notice is hereby given that the Clerk
of the Port Elizabeth Town Board will
be in attendance at the Town Board's
Office, on Tuesday 15th April, 1952 be-
tween the hours of 10.00 a.m. and
2.00 p.m. for the purpose of receivi rg
nominations to fill the two seats on the
Port Elizabeth Town Board created by
the resignation of Messrs. SYDNEY Mlc-
INTOSH and DAWSON WALLACE.
Should a poll be required, it would be
taken at the Towi Board's Office on
Monday 28th April, 1952 between tfhe
hours of 9.00 a.m. and 5.30 p in.
1st April, 1952.



No. 171.
BANK HOLIDAYS.

Friday, the llth April. being Good
Friday, and Monday, the 14th April,
(Easter Monday) being Bank Holidays,
all Public Offices will be closed on hose
days.
1st April, 1952.


N\o. 172.
TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF
UNIFORMS FOR GOVERNMENT
MESSENGERS.
Tendeis are invited for supplying and
making khaki uniforms for Government
Messengers.
2. The khaki used must be of the
same shade and texture for each uni-
form. Samples should be submitted
with tie tender.
3. The number of messengers is 17
and two uniforms consisting of long
trousers and short sleeved shirt with
two flap pockets and shoulder straps will
be required in each case.
4. Tenders which will be received at
Government Office up to 3 p.m. on
Thursday, 10th April, 1952, must be
sealed and addressed to the Assistant
Administrator and Establishment Offi-
cer and distinctly marked on the
envelope Tender for the supply of
Uniforms for Government Messengers".
5. The Government does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
1st April, 1952.


No. 173.


LEGISLATION.


The under-mentioned Ordinance
which has been assented to by the
Governor's Deputy is published for
general information with this issue of
the Gazette :-
No. 7 of 1952.-An Ordinance to
amend the Customs Duties Ordin-
ance.
(T. 11/1949).
1st April, 1952.

No. 174.
The under-mentioned Bill is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette and
may be seen at the Government Office,
Kingstown Library, District Post Offices,
Polic- Stations and at all Revenue Offi-
ces :-
Bill for an Ordinance to amend the
Employment of Women, Young
Persons and Children Ordinance,
No. 20 of 1935.
(J. 779/1930).
1st April, 1952).

No. 175.
The following Document is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette :-
S.R. & 0. No. 22.-The Police Wel-
fare Association Rules, 1952.
(J. 5/1952).
By Command,
A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
1st April, 1952.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 1 APRIL, 1952.-(No. 21). 101


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE CIR-
CULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP) ON
1ST MARCH, 1952.

Average Circulation
During January, 1952- Br. Carib-
bean Notes ... $33,790,613
Gov't Currency Notes 8,930,518
British Caribbean Notes:-
Trinidad ... $16,880,000
Barbados ... 4,255,000
British Guiana ... 9,151,000
Leeward and Windward
Islands ... 4,948,000


Total British Caribbean
Currency Note Circu-
lation ...
Trinidad Government
Note Circulation
Barbados Government
Note Circulation
British Guiana Gov-
ernment Note Circu-
lation ..

Total Government
Note Circulation

Total circulation on
1. 3. 52....


$35.234,000

4,827,952

568,340


2,129,000


$7,525,292


$42.759,292


L. P. SPENCE,
Executive Conmmissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.
BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY
BOARD,
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
PORT-OF-SPAIN,
TRINIDAD, B.W.I.


VISIT OF AN OPTHALMOLOGIST TO
ST. VINCENT.

Dr. ALLEYNE GIBBONS, D.O.M.S.. a
qualified Opthalmologist will visit St.
Vincent oi 17th April, 1952, for a
period of alout two weeks.
Patients wishing to consult Di. GIB-
BONS must notify the Mediical (Ofic.r of
their District at an earl v date. He will
inform them in dne course- when and
where to attend and will i-ive achi a
note of introd nation.
The charge for an ordimiry consult-
ation is ten dollars (510.00) which must
be paid to the Steward Colonial Hospital
before the coinstltatin. Clharves for
specially long consultation or for oper-
ations will b' by .irr.iant nei t.


Charges include the cost of a pres-
cription for glasses where this is necess-
ary, but do not include the cost of
glasses. Glasses are not supplied.
Charges may be reduced or omitted in
cases of poverty on the recommendation
of a Justice of the Peace, a Clergyman, a
Member of Legislative Council, the
Headmaster of a School or any Poor
Relief Committee. Such recommend-
ations should be given to the patient
for submission to the District Medical
Officer.
E. D. B. CHARLES,
Senior Medical Offier.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT,
ST. VINCENT,
25th March, 1952.
(M. 27/1943).


TREASURY NOTICES.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

The General Public is hereby notified
that forms for notifying Transfers,6of
Property on the Land and House Tax
Roll can be obtained at the Land and
House Tax Office and at Revenue Offices
and at all Police Stations throughout
the Colony.
23rd February, 1952.


DEBENTURES UNDER THE PUBLIC
PURPOSES LOAN 1936.

Holders of the above mentioned de-
bentures which matured on the 1st
instant are requested to present them
at the Treasury within the current
month for rpcdlnption and are reminded
that no interest is payable thereon after
maturity.
V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT. B.W.I.,
6th March, 1952.

CUSTOMS NOTICE.

The n il,-rnlermitilneed articles have
been forfeited l r ia hieach of Sec. 90
C;:p. 183 R O and will be sold by Public
auctcii on ile i 9th April 1952, at. 11.00
a.m. at H.M. COstoms.
12 Cartons Antihor Special Cigarettes.
V. D. ARCHER,
( ol'ctor of Customs.
H.M. CUSTOMS,
:. i, M.ircli. 1922.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 1 APRIL, 1952.--(No. 21).


SUPPLIES CONTROL- NOTICES.

Notice is hereby given that with effect
from Saturday, 56th April, 1952, lp.
lifences will be granted permitting tki
export of female anitnals or of hens
from the Colony.
':'2. Thi action has become necessary
in the interest of the conservation oA
the animal population of the Colony.,
3. Should a femaale animal b6 certi',
fled by lip Agricultural Departm.et
a stere,. consideration of,a lipeice f9r
ita export may be given on applicatio
to the Contr.Qller of Supplies.
Z9tli ^rch, 1952.


IMPORTATION OF GIFT PARCELS.

With reference to Control Notices
dated 22nd November 1949, and 21st
May, 1951, attention is again drawn to
the fact that. bonan fide unsolicited gifts
not exceeding $48.00 (B.W.I. Currency)
in valpe are permitted to -be imported
without an import licence provided that
such gifts are not intended for sale or
exchange or for use in any commercial
undertaking.
2. Gifts arriving in the Colony with-
out an import licence having first been
obtained, in excess of a value of $48.00
(B.W.I. Currency) are liable to confisca-
tion.
3. Licences will not ordinarily be
granted for the importation of gifts in
excess of a value of $48.00 (B.W.I. Cur-
rency): the only exception that may be
madeis in the case of gifts sent to charit-
able or e educational institutions.
29th March, 1952.
(C. 3/1950).


OUTBREAK OF FOOT AND MOUTH
DISEASE IN CANADA.

Importers ;re hereby notified that
until further Notice, no licences will be
granted for the imporiation into the
Colony from Canada of the following:
Meat, M.eat Prod(lcts, Dairy Products
(including Milk, Buntter, Chees- etc.).
2. The above action ihas become neces-
sary in view of a recent outbreak of
Foot and Mouth Disease ii C;inada.

G. C. H. THOMAS,
Acting Controller of Supplie.s.

CONTROL DEPARTMENT,
ST. VINCENT,
25th MIrcih, 1952.
(B. 811950).


IN THE WINDWARD ISLANDS
AND LEEWARD ISLANDS COURT
OF APPEAL.

(SAINT VINCENT CIRCUIT).
(Civil J'risdiction)
A.D. 1952.

NOTICE is hereby given that the sitting
of the Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands Court of Appeal fixed by the
Honourable The Chief Justice for hear-
ing of the undermentioned Appeallat the
COprt4 Hpuse in Kingstown, onu, ltcs-
day the $rd day of,April, 1962, has:been
potpopred to Tuesday the 22n day of
April, 1952, at 10.00 in the forenoon :-

No. 111952


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,.


PYr.
Between
The Attorney-General of
the Windward Islands


Appellant


and


WILLIAM HORATIO
BOARDMAN and WILMOT
HaNRY HADAWAY


Respondents.


D. ELSON WEEKS,
Acting Registrar Supreme
Court.

REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
21st February, 1952.


AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT
NOTICES.


CAMDEN PARK EXPERIMENT
STATION.

STUD SERVICE FEES.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that as froni 16Ih March, 1952
the following charges will be payable in
advance for:-


_ ___ __.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 1 APRIL, 1952.-(No. 21).


(1) Livestock Services.


Cattle :-
Purebred Bulls $
High grade Bulls
Horses, Donkeys:--
French Canadian Stallion $
Kentucky Jack Donkey



Pigs:--
Purebred Berkshire & Large
Black Boars


2.50
1.20

10.00


8.00 for
mares
2.00 for
jennies


.72


Goats:-
Purebred British Alpine and
Anglo Nubian buck goats .72
Sheep :-
West African Black Belly Ram.48
Wiltshire Horn Ram .48
(2) Sale of Livestock, Eggs etc., at
Camden Park Experiment Station


Goose eggs


-$0.36


Turkey eggs Hatching ... 0.18
Table ... 0.08
Rhode Island and Barred
Rock eggs 0,08
Rhode Island and Barred
Rock Hatching eggs .12


Cookerels and Pullets :-
Week old chicks
4 months old
up to six months of age
Pigs :-
Purebred Boars and Gilts
2-3 months old
3-4 ,
4-6 .
5th March, 1952.


each
1,


$0.50perbird
3.00 ,,
3.50,,


$10.00
16.00
24.00


STALLION 'C MBOB'.

The purebred French Canadian Stal-
lion Cembob' is now ready for service
at Camden Park. The animal whose
parents were imported from Canada
was bred in Antigua and imported into
St. Vincent at 9 months of age. He is
not yet mature but stands 151 hands in
height, is broader in chest and stronger
in quarter than local horses and is ideal-
ly suited for production of sturdy
estate horses. Price of a service is .$10.
5th March, 1952.


'FLODDEN FRUMENCE'.

Bring your cows to the purebred
Jersey bull at Camden Park. Price of
a service from this bull has now been
reduced from $5.00 to $2.50. No more
' red tape' involved other than the Offi-


cer-in-Charge naturally reserving the
right to refuse service to an obviously
diseased or tick infested animal.
This bull called Flodden Frumence'
has a long and impressive pedigree of
which St. Vincent can be justly proud.
He is line bred on his father's and
mother's side to the great and world
famous 'Valiant of Oaklands' four times
Champion over all Jerseys. Valiant of
Oaklands has sired many cows which
gave over 9.000 lbs. of milk testing over
5% butterfat. One of his great Grand-
parents is the famous Brampton Royal
Margarette of Brampton farms,Canada.
This cow gave 9,663 lbs. of milk and
555 lbs. of butterfat in one lactation.
The mother of Flodden Frumence is
now in Barbados and gives 35 pints of
milk or 4 gallons of milk daily.
Now is the time to take the opportu-
nity of bringing your animals for ser-
vice by this bull.
5th March, 1952.


It has been decided to keep animals
for service overnight on the Station and
for periods not to exceed three weeks
in any one instance. The following
fees to cover cost of feed and care will
be charged :
Horses : 12c. per day or any part thereof
Cattle : 12c. ,, ,,
Sheep: 08c. ,, ,
Goats: 08c. ,, ,, ,, ,, ,,
Pigs : 12c. ,, ,, ,, ,.
2. No fee is payable unless the animal
remains overnight on the Station. An
animal will be kept at the Station en-
tirely at the owner's risk.

J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
5th March, 1952.


NOTICE.

PUBLIC LIBRARY.

READERS' TICKETS.

In future, the Library will hold a
reader's tickets only when he has a book
out on loan, or when there are fines out-
standing. At all other times the read-
er will hold and be responsible for his
own tickets.
All Library members who have no
books on loan at present are therefore
requested to collect their tickets from
the Library before April,19th 1952; any
tickets remaining in the Library files
after that date will be cancelled.















[04 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 1 APRIL, 1952.-(No. 21).


It is important that readers should re- an Assistant at the counter and wait for
ilise that they will be held responsible the tickets before going to the shelves.
for any books borrowed on their tickets Any change of address must be report-
%nd that they should therefore take great ed immediately to the Librarian.
care to see that their tickets do not fall
into an unauthorised person's hands. E. MICHAEL,
Lost tickets should be reported im- Acting Librarian.
mediately to the Librarian. From no-w
on, readers returning books to the Lib- 12th March, 1952.
rary are requested to hand the books to (A. 24/1951).


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND

1952, No. 22.


POLICE WELFARE ASSOCIATION RULES.

(Gametted 1st April, 1952).

1. Shert title. These Rules may be cited as the Police Welfare Assclatie~e
Rules, 1952.

2. Interpretation. In these Rules-
"association" means Police Welfare Association;
"division", or police division ", means the area controlled by the Police
Stations established therein, and includes such members of the police
Force as are eligible for membership of the .association, attached to a
station in such division;
"Southern division" includes the Police Stations at Kingstown and
Calliaqua;
"Western division includes the police stations at Chateaubelair, Barrouallie
and Layou;
"Eastern division" includes the police stations at Georgetown, Colonarie,
Mesopotamia, Stubbs and Biabou;
Grenadines division" includes the police stations at Port Elizabeth, Paget
Farm and Union Island.

3. Constitution of Association. The Association shall consist of all
.members of the Police Force below the rank of Assistant Superintendent and the
Association shall act through Branch Boards and a Central Committee.

4. Branch Boards. (1) There shall be three Branch Boards in the
Police Force, one for Constables to be known as the Junior Branch, one for Lance
Corporals and Corporals to be known as the Intermediate Branch Board and one
for Sergeants, Station Sergeants, Sub-Inspectors and Inspectors to be known as
the Senior Branch Board.
(2) The members of a Branch Board shall be elected as soon as practicable
after the passing of these rules and thereafter in the month of January in each
year and shall hold office until the Branch Board for the succeeding year has been
.duly constituted.
(3) The members of each Branch Board shall, by ballot, choose from among
their number a Chairman and a Secretary.
(4) The Chairman shall preside at all meetings of a Board and shall have a
casting vote in the event of a equal division of votes on any question.

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(5) In the absence of the Chairman or the Secretary from any meeting of a
Board, the Board shall have power to' appoint on~ 4f its members to be Chairman or
Secretary as the case may require, and the person or persons so appointed shall
have and exercqsq glj t~p ppwi p'q J a Cairman or of a Seeretary as the case may
be, for the purposes of that meeting.
(6) Each Branch Board shall hold its first meeting (hereinafter called the
annual meeting) not later than in the month of February, and thereafter meetings
may be held quarterly, provided that emergency meetings may be held at the
request of fIgt iq th -tGy -irs i of the members of the Branch Board, and
provided that individual policemen have received the consent of the
Superintendent of Police to attend such meetings.
(7) The quorum of a Branch Beard meeting shall be two for the senior Branch
Board and three for the Intermediate and junior Branch Boards.

5. '0hCoiGosition of'Branch Boards. Branch Boards shall constst of
members from each Division as follows :-
(a) Junior Branch Boards-one representative from each of the four
Divisions plus one from Headquarters personnel;
(b) Intermediate Branch' Boards-one representative from each of the four
Police Divisions;
(c) Snnior Branch 'Boards-two members w> ho ll be elected from and
represent the entire Senior Branch.

6. Central Committee. (1) There shall be constituted a Central
Committee consisting of three members who shall be elected by ballot at the
annual general meeting. One'member shall be elected from each Branch Board.
(2) The Central Committee shall choose from among its members a Chairman
Who shall preside at all meetings of the Committee.
(3) The Central Committee shall at its first annual meeting appoint some fit
and proper person (not being a member of the Committee) to be Secretary for the
purpose of attending at and taking minutes of its meetings, but he shall not'have
the right to vote at any meeting of the Committee.
(4) The Central Committee may at any time require any person appointed as
Secretary to relinquish his appointment and may appoint another person in his
stead.
(5) The Central Committee shall hold at least one meeting in each year.
Meetings of the Committee may be held in Division or at Headquarters and
subject to the approval of the Superintendent of Police as often as circumstances
may require.
(6) Members of the Central Committee shall hold office until the Central
Committee for the succeeding year has been duly constituted.

7. Functions of Branch Boards and Central Committee.
(1) It shall be the duty of a Branch Board to consider and make representations
with regard to all matters affecting the general welfare and efficiency of the
members of the particular Branch.
(2) It shall be the duty of the Central Committee to consider and male
representation with regard to all matters affecting the general welfare and
efficiency of the Police Force as a whole.







(3) With the exception of questions relating to discipline or promotion
representations may be made by a Branch Board or the Central Committee on all
matters where a question of principle is involved.

8. Procedure at Branch Board Elections. (1) Every member of a
Branch Board shall be elected by Nomination and whenever there is more than
one nomination by ballot.
(2) Nominations shall be made as early as practicable after the passing of
these rules and thereafter in the month of January in each year on such date as
may lbe prescribed in Force orders.
(3) Any member of a Branch may by putting forward his name in writing
offer himself for nomination as a candidate for election, but such nomination shall
not be accepted unless it is signed by at least one member of the same Branch in
support thereof and (except in the case of the Senior Branch) of the same Division.
(4) In each Branch every member shall have the right to vote at the election
of members of the Board.
(5) Every such election shall be by secret ballot under the supervision of a
commissioned officer of the Police Force.
(6) At any election under these rules a voter may give one vote only for a
candidate.
(7) The counting of votes shall be done in the presence of representatives of
all Branches and in the event of a tie another ballot or ballots shall be taken until
a decisive result is obtained.
(8) The result of each election shall be published in Force Orders.

9. (1) Vacancies. On any vacancy occurring in a Branch Board or the
Central Committee during any year another member shall be elected as herein
provided to fill the vacancy so occurring.
(2) Vacancies in a Branch Board or the Central Committee shall be filled
within two weeks of the occurrence of the same.

10. Mode of Making Representation. (1) Representations may be
made by resolution or petition in writing submitted by the Secretary to the
Superintendent of Police or the Governor through the proper channels.
(2) Representations of the Central Committee and replies thereto shall be
published in Force Orders.

11. Facilities for Meeting. Every opportunity and facility shall be give
to members of the Police Force to attend meetings of the Association and every
attendance at a meeting shall, as regards allowances and expenses, be deemed to
be an occasion of police duty.

Made by the Governor under section 60 (1) of the Police Ordinance, 1947, (No.
48 of 1947) this 24th day of March, 1952.
BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Administrator.
(J. 5/1952).
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