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    Supplements to Gazette: The Balance Sheet of the St. Vincent Co-Operative Bank Ltd. For the year 1951-52
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 48: The Customs Duties Ordinance (Amendment) (Revocation) Regulations, 1952
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 49: The Public Health (Buildings) (Amendment) Regulations, 1952
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 50: The Air Navigation (Licensing of Air Services) Regulations, 1952
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 51: The Prices Control (Amendment No. 21) Notice, 1952
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 52: The Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture of Furniture) Order, 1952
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S A I V I\V NC NNT


GOVERNMENT


GAZEl 'IT:


VOL. U5.] SAINT VINUICNT TUESDAY, 8 JULY, 1952. [No. 39.


00 VERNMENT NOTICES,

No. 325.
The following excerpt from a mem-
orandum by the Director of Colonial
Scholars on the arrangements for send-
ing Colonial Students for Higher Edu-
cation to the United Kingdom for the
1953/54 session is published for general
information:-
1. Every effort will be made to secure
'vacancies for recommended students
who are well qualified. Competition
continues to be severe for admission to
the Faculties of Medicine, Dentistry,
Science and Engineering, where an ex-
ceptionally high standard is required.
Entry to other University courses is
relatively easier for students who can
give evidence of potential ability and
are qualified under the new entrance
requirements.
2. Students should, so far as is prac-
ticable, take advantage of such local
facilities for higher education as exist
before seeking recommendation for ad-
mission to Universities in the United
Kingdom.
3. The main body of applications
should be in my hands not later than
the 31st January, 1953, if the fullest
advantage is to be taken of the places
available. In the following categories*.
however, an earlier approach is essential
.and applications should reach me by the
30th November, 1952, at the latest :-
(a) Courses in Medicine, Dentistry,
;mn- Engineering and Pure Science.


(b) teachers training courses (includ-
ing physical training, domestic
science and Froebel and other
kindergarten training) for which
the sponsorship of the Ministry
of Education is required.
(c) Admissions to 'Oxfordl or lCam-
bridge Colleges.
(d) Awards under the 1,000,000 Co-
lonial Development and Welfaae
Scholarship Scheme.
4. Students proceeding to Universi-
ties, particularly Oxford and Cambridge
are reminded that they have to iincur
certain initial expenses, e.g., on the pur-
chase of books and household equipment
for their rooms, and are advised to pro-
vide themselves with a small sum of
money to cover such contingencies.
Caution Money, too, varying from 40
to 75, is payable on entering an Ox-
ford or Cambridge College, although
the greater part of this is eventually
repayable when the student goes down.
5. All students are advised to report
in person to the Director of Colonial
Scholars or his representative at 15,
Victoria Street, S.W.I., immediately on
arrival. They will be given every assis-
tance possible and put in touch with
their own Government Liaison Officers.
6. It is most undesirable that direct
applications should be made, either by
students themselves or their Govern-
monts, for admission to educational
institutions. or that would-he candidates
should come to the United Kingdom
unannounced and without recommenda-
tion in the hope of securing entrance.


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206 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 JULY, 1952.-(No. 39).


Students should not go to the United
Kingdom for higher education until
they are assured that a place'has been
made available for them.
7. It would help greatly to minimize
the embarrassment of late withdrawals
if private students could inform the
Director of Education immediately if
they should decide to withdraw their
applications or to relinquish a place
which may have been obtained for them.
8. Wherever possible, students should
complete their prematriculation studies
in their own country, but where this
is impracticable application should be
made in the normal way and they
should not arrive without recommenda-
tion and the guarantee of a place in a
suitable institution.
8th July, 1952.
(E. 16/1947).

No. 326.
APPOINTMENTS.

UNEMPLOYMENT COMMITTEE.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 300 of 24th June, 1952, the Hon-
ourable A. M. PUNNETT, C.B E., has
been'appointed as representative of tihe
Plaiters' Association.
8th July, 1952,.
(L. 3/1950).


No. 327.


VISITING OFFICERS.


By virtue of the provisions contained
in Section 3 of the Qunarintiie Ordi-
nance, 1945 (No. 31 of 1945). the Gov-
ernor has been pleased to apl oijnt the
following persons as Visititg Officers
for th purpose of carrying out the in-
spection of ships and aircraft in the
Colony :-
THOMAS BRERIETON, Esq.,
C. W. B. COOMBS, Esq.,
C. R. PHILLS, Esq.,
J. T. F. HAZELL, Esq.,
F. A. TROTMAN, Esq.,
E. COOMBS, Esq.,
C. ISRAEL, Esq.,
F. A. CUFFY. Esq.,
D. WILLIAMS, Esq.,
S. CUNNINGHAM, Esq.,
C. L. JOHN, Esq.,
ERIC HAZELL, Esq.
8th July, 1952.
(M. 28/1950).

No. 328.
Mr. CHIEFTAIN GUMBS, as Clerk to
the Public Relations and Locnl Govern-
ment Officer, under Scheme D. 1399,
with effect from 1st July, 1952.
8th July, 1952.
(P. F. 625).


[No. 329.
Miss AGNES ROSS, Junior Clerk,.
under Scheme D. 1399 (Public Relations
and Local Government) as Junior Clerk
in the General Clerical Service of the
Colony, on probation for one year with
effect from 1st July, 1952.
Miss Ross will be assigned for duty
at the Department of Labour from the
above mentioned date.
8th July, 1952.
(P. F. 560).

No. 330.
RELINQUISHMENT OF ACTING
APPOINTMENT.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 236 of 13th May, 1952, Dr. F. C.
ALEXIS has relinquished his appoint-
ment as Acting Senior Medical Officer,
Medical Department, with effect from
1st July, 1952.
8th July, 1952.
(M. 11/1949).

No. 331.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.

Dr. H. B. HETHERINGTON, as Senior
Medical Officer, with effect from 1st.
July, 1952, and until further notice.
8th July, 1952.
(M. 11/1949).

No. 332.
PROBATIONARY APPOINTMENT.

Mr. GRAFTON VANLOO, as Senior
Agricultural Instructor, Delartn:ent of
Agricniture, on probation for one year
with effect from 1st July, 1952.
8th July, 1952.
(P. F. 420).

No. 333.
TERMINATION OF APPOINTMENT.

With refe-rnce to Government Notice
No. 292 of 17th June, 1952, Mr. FRED-
EPICK JOHN, as Clerk to the Public
Assistance and Probation Officer, as at
30th June, 1952.
8th July, 19'52.
(P. F. 254).

No. 334.
RESUMPTION.

With reference to Government Notice.
No. 182 of 8th April, 1952, Mr. T. A..
BROWNE. J.1 nior Clerk. Treasury, with,
effect from 30th June, 1952.
8th July, 1952.
(P. F. 278).















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 JULY, 1952.-(No. 39).


No. 335.
RESUMPTION AND TRANSFER.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 167 of 1st April, 1952, Miss PEAR-
LINA GUY, Junior Clerk, resumed duties
with effect from 1st July, 1952.
Miss GUY has been transferred to the
Income Tax Office as from the date of
her resumption.
8th July, 1952.
(P. F. 346).

No. 336.
TRANSFERS.

Miss SHIRLEY ANDERSON, Junior
Clerk, Government Office, to Public
Works Department, with effect from 1st
July, 1952.
8th July, 1952.
(P. F. 371).

No. 337.
Miss EDNA HOPE, Junior Clerk, De-
partment of Labour, as Clerk to the
Public Assistance and Probation Officer
with effect from 1st July, 1952.
8th July, 1952.
(P. F. 472).

No. 338.
LEAVE NOTICE.

EXTENSION OF LEAVE.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 342 of 24th July, 1951, Mr. E. F.
ITON, Junior Clerk, Treasury & Customs
Department, has been granted one year's
further extension of leave without pay
as from 1st April, 1952.
8th July, 1952.
(P. F. 1G6).

No. 339.
DISMISSAL.

.Mr. UiRIC CHARLES, Junior Clerk,
Magistrate's Office. has been dismissed
from the Public Service of the Colony
with effect from 9th Jnne, 1952.
8th July, 1952.
(P. F. 499).

No. 312.


will depend on the qualifications and
experience of the successful candidate.
When travelling on duty a subsistence
allowance of $3.00 for the first six days
and $2.00 a day after the first six days,
is paid.
The appointment will be on proba-
tion for two years in the first instance.
If the officer is confirmed in the ap-
pointment, he will be eligible for admis-
sion to the permanent and pensionable
establishment. In other respects the
appointment will be subject to Colonial
Regulations and local General Orders.
Free passages will be provided on first
appointment and on termination of ap-
pointment for the officer and family not
exceeding four persons in all. Leave
with full salary is granted at the rate of
5 days for each month of resident ser-
vice, with maximum of 180 days. The
length of tour is 2-3 years. Free pas-
sages on leave are provided for the
officer and his wife, subject to the pro-
vision of funds annually by the Legis-
lative Council.
Candidates should be Barristers at
Law with at least four years practical
experience.
The successful candidate will be re-
quired to pass a medical examination.
He will be subject to taxation in accor-
dance with local legislation.
Applications should be addressed to
the C lonial Secretary, British Honduras
to reach him as soon as possible and in
any event not later than the 30th
July, 1952.
21st June, 1952.


No. 311.
PUBLICATION.

Copies of the Amended Customs
Tariff may now be obtained at the
Government Printing Office. Price 60
cents.
24th June, 1952.

No. 340.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

The Election Lists of District Dele-
gates to represent Small Growxers on the
Arrowroot Association are published
herewith for general information.


VACAIN Y rIK KROUWN COUUINtL
BRITISH HONDURAS. 8th July, 1952.

Applications are invited for the post No. 341.
of Crown Counsel, British Honduras.. The Balance Sheet of the St. Vincent
The post is pensionable ard carries a Co-Operative Bank Ltd., for the Year
salary in the scale of $3.120 x $120- 1951-52 is published with this issue cf
$3.600 x $150-$3,900 E.B. $4,050 x 150- the Gazette.
$4.200. The point of entry to the scale 8th July, 1952.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 JULY, 1952.-(No. 3i9).


No. 315.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND.

BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Administrator.

WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1946,
(No. 22 of 1946), that if the Governor-in-Council considers that any land should be
acquired for a public purpose he may cause a declaration to that effect to be made
in the manner provided by the said Section.
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Governor-in-Council that the parcels of
land specified in the Schedule should be acquired for a public purpose, that is to
say, the accommodation of pipe lines, balancing tank, power station and other
installations of the Hydro-electric generating system and the approach road
thereto :
IT Is HEREBY D3CLARED by His Excellency the Governor acting by and with the
advice of the Executive Council of the Colony of Saint Vincent, that upon the
Second publication of this Declaration in the Gazette, the parcels of land, owned
by or in the possession of the respective persons as set out in the Schedule hereto,
all of which parcels of land are situate at South Rivers in the parish of Charlotte,
shall be acquired for the abovementioned purpose and shall vest absolutely in the
Crown :
AND IT IS HEREBY FURTHER DECLARED AND NOTIFIED that the plan showing the
said parcels of land has been drawn and prepared by Mr. Harold A. Went, Acting
Crown Surveyor, and may be inspected between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. on
each working day except Wednesday when the hours will be 9 a.m. to 12 noon, at
the Surveys Office in the town of Kingstown in the said Colony.


Name
Alexander Nedd ...... ......
Heirs of John DaBreo ......
Hormah Williams
Newton Cain ...... ......
Lilian Nickie ...... ......




27th May, 1952.
(P. 10/51)


No. 342.
LEGISLATION.

The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified that
Her Majesty the QUERN will not be ad-
vised to exercise her power of disallow-
ance in respect of the following Ordin-
ance of this Government :-
No. 32 of 1951.-An Ordinance to
amend the Police Ordinance,
(No. 48 of 1947).
(J. 33/1945).
8th July, 1952.

No. 343.
The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issne of the Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 48.-The Customs Duties
Ordinance (Amendment) (Revo-
cation) Regulations. 1952.
(.. 33/1950).


SCHEDULE.
Area
... .......... .......... ... 11,788 sq. ft.
...... 10,129 "
... ...... ............ ..... .... 4,258 "
... ...... ...... ... ...480 "
...... ...... ...... ..... ...... 4,489 "

By Command,
A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.


S.R. & O. No. 49.-The Public Health
(Buildings) (Amendment) Regu-
lations, 1952.
(J. 8/1940).
S.R. & O. No. 50.-The Air Naviga-
tion (Licensing of Air Services)
Regulations, 1952.
(C. 5/1950).
S.R. & O. No. 51.-The Prices Control
(Amendment No. 21) Notice,
1952.
(J. 5/1951).
S.R. & 0. No. 52.-The Aid to Pio-
neer Industries (Mannf:ictnre of
Furniture) Order. 1952.
(F. 34/1951).
By Command,
A. V. KING.
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE.
8th July, 1952.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY. 8 JULY, 1952.--(No. 39).


DEPARTMENTAL AND


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

NOTICE.

THE MOTOR VEHICLES INSURANCE
(THIRD PARTY RISKS) ORDINANCE,
1947.

IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED for general
information that any passenger or pe-
destrian sustaining injury from any
motor vehicle, and in the case of a fatal
accident, any dependent, who is not
legally represented, may, if he so de-
sires, consult the Public Assistance Offi-
cer in this Colony who will give him
such assistance as may be necessary to
obtain redress under the above-named
Ordinance.

A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT.
4th July, 1952.
(J. 52/1940).


UNDER THE BURIAL GROUNDS ORDI-
NANCE, 1951.

PUBLIC BURIAL GROUND AT
LOWMANS WINDWARD.

By virtue of the power contained in
section 3 (1) of the Burial Grounds
Ordinance, 1951, (No. 1 ,of 195i the
Governor in Council herrby sets apart
and licences as a public burial ground
all that portion of laind situate at L'vw-
mans Windward in the Parish of
Charlotte containing 1 rood 10.6 poles
and hounded on the North by a Public
Road wvhlire it measures 26;.50 ft. oi the
South by Crown where it imeastures
102.28 ft. on the East hby (Crown whorte
it inymrales 220.82 T'. andl on ihe W'st
by a Public Roadi whoire it measures
205.01 ft. stati on t station i.e. -D on
plan C.L.47 as shown on a plan of the
said portion of lain prepared by ALBEItT
M. HAYNES, Ian 1 Surveyor, dltled 1st
May, 1959, a.d lohdaeil ait thl Surve'ys
Office.
Dated this 1i th
By C onii iri.

A. ,. .\S t 'tI L.
A,, 'i t'/,l'rk of il.r'..'/ninve
( lritleI.


NOTICE.


UNDER THE LAND AND 'HOUSE TAX
ORDINANCE, CAP. 194 (Rev. Edn.).


It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that the Tax Rolls for the
Parishes of St. George, Charlotte, St.
Andrew, St. Patrick, St. David and the
Grenadines (Bequia), are now available
for inspection at the Treasury.

D. K. McINTYRE,
Magistrate.


MAGISTRATES' OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
30th June, 1952.


NOTICE.


BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE LAND
AND HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE,
CAP. 194 (Rev. Edn.).


The Magistrate will hold Special
Sessions for the purpose of hearing ob-
jections to and appeals from the assess-
ments made by the Tax Officers of St.
George's Parish, District 1; Charlotte
Parish. District 2 St. Andrew's Parish.
District 3 ; St. Patrick's Parish. District
4; St. David's lParisl, District 5: and
the Grenadines (lequia), District 6; as
relate to property in the First, Second
and Third Magisterial Districts.
The Sessions will be hell at the fol-
lowing places at 12 o'clock noon :-
District 1, at the Police Station at
Calliaqnua on Tuesday the 23rd
day of September and at the
Court House. Kingstown, on
Tuesldav the 30)th day of Septem-
ber, 19,52.
District 2, at the Police Station at
Georgetown In Fridav the 19th
day of' S.lptembern 1952.
District ). at the Poiiece station at
Layou on Tu-sday the 9th day of
September, 19,)2.
District 4, it the Police Station it
Bar:roualli, on Thmursii\ the I Il h
day of Septeimbnr. 1952.
District 5, at the Police Station at















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 JULY, 1952.-(No. 39).


Ohateaubelair on Tuesday the
16th day of September, 1952.
District 6, at the Police Station at Port
Elizabeth, Bequia on Wednesday
the 3rd day of September, 1952.
Notice of intention to object to any
assessment must be given not less than
ten days before the day fixed for the


holding of the Session at which the ob-
jection is to be heard.
D. K. McINTYRE,
Magistrate.
MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
30th June, 1952.


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 put up for sale at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, 12th
July, 1952, at the Treasumy for the recovery of Taxes due thereon.


TREASURY,
ST. VINCENT,
23rd June, 1952.


Names.
Browne, Beatrice
do. Robertha
Davis, Frederick
Daniel, Matthew
James, Hubert
John, Allan
Lewis, Percy
'llivierre, Druscilla
Morgan, James
McDonald, Veronica
Thomas, Donald
Wynne, Henry


Gill, Gertrude
Griffin, Dorothy


V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.


DISTRICT I.
Situation of Property.
Belmont
Sion Hill
Victoria Village
Golden Vale
Upper Stubbs
Calder
Mt. Pleasant
Carapan
Brighton
Calder
Akers
Kingstown Park
DISTRICT 3.
Calveries
Clare Valley


Description of Property.
1 Spot
1 House
1 Spot
do. do.
1 House
16 Poles
2 ac. 1 rd. 6 pls.
2 ac. 22 pls.
I Spot
2 ac. 3 rds. 3 pls.
1 House
do. do.


12 acres 1 rood
2 acres no rood 1 pole.


CUSTOMS NOTICE. 1 bag Hides.
V. D. ARCHER,
The following livestock and goods V.D. ARCHER,
have been seized for a breach of the
Import & Export Regulations 1940. H. M. CUSTOMS,
2 goats ST. VINCENT.
1 pig 30th June, 1952.

AGRICULTURAL NOTICES.

VEGETABLE SEEDS.

It is hereby notified for general information that a new shipment of vege-
table sPeeds h:s arrived and will be on sale at the office of the Department of
Agriculture on week (lays between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon and from.
1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the following prices.


Cabbage: Succession
Steins Flat Dutch
All Season
Copenhagen Market
Beets: Detroit Dark Red


Lettuce':


Imperial 44
Grand Rapids


38o. per oz. or 11c. per pkt.
38c. ,, ,, 11c.
38c. ., ,, ,, 1 c. ,,
38c. ,, ,, 1e. ,
20c. ,, ,, ,, 5c. i
37c. ,, ,, 1 c. ,,
37c. ,, ,, l c.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 8 JULY, 1952.-(No. 39).


Tomato : Marglobe
Carrot: Long Chantenay
Egg Plant: Black Beauty
Cauliflower: Early Patna


30th June, 1952.


IMPORT OF ANIMALS INTO
BARBADOS.

Exporters of Livestock are hereby re-
minded of the Animals (Importation)
Control Regulations 1951 of Barbados
under which it is necessary to obtain a
permit from the Director of Agriculture,
Barbados, in order to import any animals
into that Colony.
This regulation will be rigidly en-
forced in the case of cattle, pigs, sheep,
goats, dogs, and cats. In the case of
equine animals although a permit is
required, a more lenient attitude may
be adopted in view of the smaller
chances of spread of disease by such
animals.
All would-be exporters of livestock
to Barbados will first have to produce
the permission of the Director of Agri-
culture, Barbados, before the Superin-
tendent of Agriculture can issue a cer-
tificate for such animals.

J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.

2nd July, 1952.
(A. 24/1951).



CONTROL NOTICES.

As from the 15th July, 1952, copies of
the Statutory Prices Control Notices as
published in the Government Gazette
MUST be procured by all traders, at the
Control Department or the nearest Po-
lice Station, as these Notices will no
longer be made available through itine-
rant distributors. This measure is de-
signed to ensure that all persons con-
cerned obtain the necessary Prices
Schedules for posting in their business
premises in accordance with Section 17
of the Prices Control Order, S.R. & O.
1947, No. 25.
2. Attention is drawn to the provi-
sions of Section 17 of the Prices Control
Order which read as follows :-


85c. per oz. or 22c. per pkt.
29c. ., 8c, c.
83c. ,, ,, 22c. ,, ,,
$1.28 ,, ,. ,, 32c. ,, ,,
C. de FREITAS,
for Superintendent of Agriculture.



Every vendor of any articles spe-
cified in Part B of the First Schedule
to this Order shall keep posted up in
public view in some conspicuous
place in his business premises a list in
good and readable condition showing
the approved maximum prices of such
articles as shall from time to time be
prescribed, and failure to indicate
prices of such articles shall be an
offence under this order."
28th June, 1952.
(J. 5/1951).


Importers of Sulphate of Ammonia
from the U.K. are hereby notified that
it is required that they order as soon as
possible the quantities for which they
applied in accordance with Control
Notice-Fertilizer Requirements-1952/
53 of 25th February, 1952.

G. C. H. THOMAS,
Acting Controller of Supplies.
23rd June, 1952.



GOVERNMENT COTTON GINNERY.

CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS.

The Government Cotton Ginnery has
just received a shipment of Sulphate of
Ammonia. There is also on hand a lim-
ited stock of Potash. All persons re-
quiring any of these fertilizers are asked
to inform us early of their require-
ments.
The price for the Sulphate of Ammo-
nia has been fixed, for the time being,
at $16.00 per bag of 224 lb. The price
of the Potash is still $19.50 per bag.

J. L. EUSTACE,
Manager.


27th June,
(A 24/1951).


1951.


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






THE ST. VINCENT CO-OPERATIVE BANK LTD.
BALANCE SHEET.


ASSETS


Fixed Assets


Furniture aud Fixtures


31. 1. 51
263 00











$93,754 87



















$94,017 87


31. 1. 52


417 15
387 00

804 15

204 15

$s00 00

... $11


Cost to 31st Jan. 1951 ...
Add Purchased uuting year


Less Depreciation written off
to date



Current Assets


Loans-As Valued by the Directors
Mortgages, Equitable Chaiges
Deposits of Deeds etc. .
Promissory Notes-Endorsed ...
Bills of Sale ...
Orders against Crops ...




Cash on Hand
Cash on Deposit-Barclays Bank
Stock on Hand-Pass Books ...

$


600 00











6,498-40
,iV


$117,098 56


31. 1. 51
$ 9,031 28

















$84,986 59


$94,017 87


2,589 00
2 00

2,591 00


3,000 00
3,000 00

440 28

$9,031 28


417 15


417 15

154 15

263 00





51,893 58
23,636 76
3,700 37
4,513 19

83,743 90


3,261 09
6,458 54
291 34

$93,754 87


LIABILITIES, CAPITAL AND RmSERVES

31. 1. 52
Capital and Reserves

Authorised Capital 48,000 Sliures of $1-each


Issued Capital
2,869 Shares of $1-(ach
Deposit on A/c Shuses




General Reserve
Reserve for Doubtful A/cs
Profit and Loss Account Balance
as per Page 2


2,689 00
6 00

2,695 00


4,250 00
4,250 UO

218 01

$11,413 01


Current Liabilities


Sundry Creditors:
Savings Depositors
Bovell and Skeete
Unpaid Dividends
Directors' Fees
Bonus to Staff
Proposed Dividend 1952


... 104.851 77
... 168 00
... 60
450 00

215 12

$105,685 49


We hereby certify that we have obtained all information and explanations required and that in our opinion the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up and exhibits a true
and correct view of the staLE of the Bank's affairs according to our information and the explanations given to us.and as shown by the Books of the Bank.
BOVELL & SKEETE,
Auditors.
31st January, 1952.


68,723 87
34,344 88
1,412 98
1,917 59

106,399 32


2,031 57
7,884 49
183 12

116,498 50


84,085 93
168 00
1 32
360 00
216 00
155 34

$ 84,986 59-


$11,413 01

















$105,685 49













$117,098 50









SAINT VINCENT. Q

STATUTORY RULES AND RD

1952, No. 48. '

CUSTOMS DUTIES ORDINANCE (AMENDMENT)
(REVOCATION) REGULATIONS.


(Gazetted 8th July, 1952).

1. Short title. Thess Regulations may be cited as the Customs Duties
Ordinance (Amendment) (Revocation) Regulations, 1952.

2. Revocation. The following Regulations are hereby revoked :-
(a) The Custqms Duties Ordinance (Amendm-ent) Regulations, 1940, made
by the Governor on the 3rd day of December, 1940, under section 1 of
the Imperial Emergency Powers (Defence) Act, 1939.
(b) The Customs Duties Ordinance (Amendment No. 3) Regulations, 1941,
(S.R. & O. 1941, No. 131).
(c) The Customs Duties Ordinance (Amendment) Regulations, 1943, (S.R. &
O. 1943, No. 62).
(d) The Customs Duties Ordinance (Amendment No. 2) Regulations, 1943,
(S.R. & O. 1943, No. 114).

Made by the Governor under section 1 of the Imperial Emergency Powers
(Defence) Act, 1939, this 1st day of July 1952.

BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Administrator.
(J 33/1950).


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,
1952, No. 49.

PUBLIC HEALTH (BUILDINGS) (AMENDMENT)
REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 8th July, 1952).

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Public Health
(Buildings) (Amendment) Regulations, 1952, and shall be read as one with the
Public Health (Duildings) Regulations, 1946, (S.R. & 0. 1946, No. 116) (heicinafter
referred to as the principal Regulations).

2. Regulation 9 of principal Regulations revoked and replaced.
Regulation 9 of the principal Regulations is hereby revoked and replaced os
follows :-
9 *(1) SIZE OF HOUSE AND ROOMS. No dwelling house shali be less
than one hundred and forty-four square leet in area, which area shall not
include any kitchen or other accommodation not used for living or sleeping
purposes. No completely enclosed living room (i.e. with partitions up to the
ceiling) in any dwelling house shall be constructed with a floor area of less
than seventy-two square feet. In the case of a living room not completely
enclosed (i.e. partitions not reaching the ceiling) such room may be of a
minimum of sixty-four square feet in area provided that this room lets on to
another room the area of which combined with the sixty-four square feet
aforesaid shall total not less than one hundred and forty-four square feat.
No living room shall be less than eight feet in length or breadth.
(2) No dwelling-house shall contain any living room with a height of
less than eight feet from floor to plate ".

Made by the Sanitary Authority this 6th day of December 1951.

T. BRERETON,
Secretary, Sanitary Authority.
(J. 8/1942).


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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,*

1952, No. 50O.

AIR NAVIGATION (LICENSING OF AIR SERVICES)
REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 8th July, 1952).

PART I.

PRELIMINARY.

1. Short title. (1) These Regulations may be cited as the Air Navigation
(Licensing of Air Services) Regulations, 1952.
(2) In these Regulations-
air service" means any service performed by any aircraft for hire or
reward :
Provided that a member of a Club carried in an aircraft belonging to
the Club for the purposes of instruction shall not, if the instructor is
also a member of the Club, be deemed to be carried for hire or reward,
notwithstanding that payment is made for such instruction or carriage;
the Convention on International Civil Aviation and the International
Air Services Transit Agreement mean respectively, the Convention and
the Agreement so styled which were signed at Chicago on behalf of the
Government of the United Kingdom on the 7th December, 1944;
"licence means a licence granted under Regulation 5 of these Regulations;
"the Licensing Authority" means the Air Transport Licensing Authority
constituted by Regulation 4 of these Regulations;
"permit" means a permit granted under Regulation 22 of these Regulations;
scheduled journey means one of a series of journeys which are undertaken
between the same two places and which together amount to a systematic
service operated in such a manner that the benefits thereof are available
to members of the public from time to time seeking to take advantage of
them;
"the two Corporations means the British Overseas Airways Corporation
established in pursuance of the British Overseas Airways Act, 1939, and
the British European Airways Corporation established in pursuance of
the Civil Aviation Act, 1946.

PART II.
LICENCES FOR SCHEDULED JOURNEYS.

2. Exceptions. The Regulations in this Part of these Regulations shall
riot apply to the carriage of passengers, mail or cargo by air for hire or reward
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3. Penalties. (1) Subject to the provisions of the Regulations in this Part
of these Regulations it shall not be lawful for any person to use any aircraft for
the carriage in the Colony of passengers, mail or cargo for hire or-reward upon
any scheduled journey between two places, of which at least one is in the Colony
except under, and in accordance with the provisions of, a licence granted by the
Licensing Authority hereinafter specified.
(2) Any person who uses any aircraft in contravention of the provisions of
these Regulations shall be liable on conviction in the case of a first offence to a fine
of two thousand four hundred dollars or to imprisonment for a term of three
months or to both such fine and such imprisonment, and in the case of a second or
subsequent offence to a fine of twenty-four thousand dollars or to imprisonment
for two years or to both such fine and such imprisonment.
(3) The provisions of these Regulations shall not apply in respect of aircraft
of any State which is a party to the International Air Services Transit Agreement,
which fly across the Colony without landing, or land in the Colony in accordance
with the provisions of that Agreement.

4. The Air Transport Licensing Authority. (1) The Licensing
Authority for the purposes of these Regulations shall consist of such number of
members not being less than three, as the Governor may from time to time
determine, and shall be known as the Air Transport Licensing Authority ".
(2) Every member of the Licensing Authority shall be appointed by the
Governor and, unless he shall earlier resign his office by writing under his hand
addressed to the Governor shall hold office for such term as the Governor shall at
the time of making the appointment determine but shall be eligible for re-
appointment from time to time on the expiration of his term of office. The
Governor shall nominate one of the members to be Chairman.
(3) The Governor may from time to time appoint deputy members to act in
place of members who are ill or absent. Such deputy members may be appointed
either for a specified term or to act in the place of a specified member during his
illness or absence.
(4) The Governor may remove any member or deputy member from his office
for inability or misbehaviour.
(5) Where the Governor proposes to appoint a person to be a member or
deputy member of the Licensing Authority he shall, before making the
appointment, require that person to declare whether he has any, and if so what,
financial interest in any undertaking which provides transport for passengers or
goods or which owns or operates aerodromes, manufacturers aircraft, aircraft
engines or accessories, or supplies aircraft fuel or lubricants.
If any member or deputy member of the Licensing Authority acquires any
such financial interest, he shall, within four weeks after so doing, give notice
thereof in writing to the Governor specifying the interest so acquired, and the
Governor, after taking the matter into consideration, may if he thinks fit, declare
that the member or deputy member has vacated his office and the seat of such
member or deputy member shall thereupon become vacant.
(6) (a) The Governor may appoint a person to be Secretary to the Licensing
Authority.
(b) The Licensing Authority may appoint such other officers and servants as
may, in the opinion of the Governor, be necessary to enable them to
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(c) The number of members which shall form a quorum of the Licensing
Authority for the despatch of business, and the way in which the
Licensing Authority shall determine questions for their decision shall
be such as the Governor may prescribe.
(7) (a) In the performance of its duties under these Regulations, the Licensing
Authority may obtain the advice of such technical officers as it may
from time to time require, and may also co-opt such officers to its
meetings.
(b) No person co-opted in pursuance of the preceding sub-regulation shall
have the right to vote at any meeting of the Licensing Authority.

5. Issue of Licences. (1) The Licensing Authority may grant to anyone
applying therefore a licence to carry passengers, mail or cargo by air for hire or
reward on such scheduled journeys, and subject to such conditions, as may be
specified in the licence.
(2) The Licensing Authority may attach such conditions to any licence as
they may think fit having regard to the nature and circumstances of the
application therefore.
(3) It shall be a condition of every licence that-
(a) the holder of the licence and any person having a financial interest in
the business of the holder of the licence shall refrain from stipulating
that any other person-
(i) shall refuse booking facilities to any other holder of a licence;
(ii) shall grant such facilities to such other holder only on onerous
terms; and
(b) the holder of the licence shall perform all such reasonable services as
the Colonial Postmaster may from time to time require in regard to
the conveyance of mails (and of any persons who may be in charge
thereof) upon journeys made under the licence. The remuneration for
any such services shall be such as may be from time to time determined
by agreement between the Colonial Postmaster and the holder of the
licence;
Provided that any disputes and disagreements shall be subject to the provisions
of the Arbitration Ordinance.

6. Applicants for Licences. Applications for licences shall be made in
the form and manner, and shall contain the particulars prescribed in Form I in
the Schedule hereto. Every applicant shall furnish to the Licensing Authority
such further information as the Licensing Authority may reasonably require for
the discharge of their duties in relation to the application.

7. Publication of Applications. The Licensing Authority shall cause
to be published, in the manner prescribed in Form II in the Schedule hereto such
particulars of any applications for licences received by them as are prescribed in
the said Form.

8. Objections and Representations. Responsible persons of bodies
who may reasonably be considered by the Licensing Authority to have an interest,
private or public, in the matter of the issue or refusal of a licence, may in the form





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and manner, and within the time, prescribed in Form III in the Schedule hereto
make representations or objections with regard to any application for a licence.

9. Public and Private Enquiries. The Licensing Authority may, if
they think fit, for the purpose of determining applications for licences, hold
enquiries in public or in private and shall hold an enquiry in public if the applicant,
or any person who has duly made an objection, requires the Licensing Authority,
by such notice, in such form, as is prescribed in Form IV in the Schedule hereto so
to do.
Before holding any such inquiry, the Licensing Authority shall give to the
applicant and to any person who has duly made representations or objections with
regard to the application, such notice, in such form, as is prescribed in the said
Form and shall give the applicant and any such person an opportunity of being
heard at the enquiry.

10. Emergency Applications. Where an application is made to the
Licensing Authority for a licence to remain in force for a period not exceeding
ninety days and they are satisfied that it is in the public interest that the
application should be determined with expedition, they may determine the
application and grant a licence accordingly; and the provisions of these
Regulations as to the publication of particulars of applications, the making of
objections and representations, and the holding of enquiries at the instance of the
applicant or an objector shall not in that case apply.

11. General Policy of the Licensing Authority. In exercising their
dis. r.tion to grant, or to refuse, a licence and their discretion to attach conditions
to ,ny !icence, the Licensing Authority shall have regard to the co-ordination and
development of air services generally with the object of ensuring the most effective
serice to the public while avoiding uneconomical overlapping and generally to the
inr:rests of the public, including those of persons requiring or likely to require
facilitiEs for air transport, as well as those persons providing such facilities. In
particular, the Licensing Authority shall have regard to the following matters :-
(a) the existence of other air services in the area through which the
proposed services are to be operated;
(b) the demand for air transport in that area;
(c) the degree of efficiency and regularity of the air services, if any, already
provided in that area, whether by the applicant or by other operators;
(d) the period for which such services have been operated by the applicant
or by other operators;
(e) the extent to which it is probable that the applicant will be able to
provide a satisfactory service in respect of safety, continuity, regularity
of operation, frequency, punctuality, reasonableness of charges and
general efficiency;
(f) the financial resources of the applicant;
(g) the type of aircraft proposed to be used;
(h) the remuneration and general conditions of employment of aircraft and
other personnel employed by the applicant;
and the Licensing Authority shall take into consideration any objections or
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12. Period for which Licences shall remain in force. The Licensing
Authority may grant licences to remain in force for such a period, not exceeding
five years, as they may in each case determine, commencing on the date on which
the licence is expressed to take effect :
Provided that if, in the date of the expiration of a licence, an application to
the Licensing Authority is pending for the grant of a new licence in substitution
for an existing licence held by the applicant, the existing licence shall continue in
force until the application is granted or refused.

13. (1) Provisional Licences. The Licensing Authority may if they
think fit, pending the determination of an application for a licence, grant to the
applicant a provisional licence which shall remain in force until the application is
determined.
(2) Where a person has, within one month of the date when the provisions of
these Regulations as to the applications for licences came into operation, duly
applied for a licence authorising him to perform such journeys as may be necessary
to enable him to continue to operate any air service and satisfies the Licensing
Authority that he was immediately before that date operating that service the
Licensing Authority shall grant to the applicant a provisional licence authorising
him to continue to operate that service, and such provisional licence shall remain
in force-
(a) if the application is granted : until the date from which the licence is
expressed to take effect; or
(b) if the application is refused for a period of three months from the date
of the decision of the Licensing Authority.

14. Publication of Decisions by Licensing Authority. The Licensing
Authority shall cause to be published in the manner prescribed in Form V in the
Schedule hereto such particulars of their decisions on applications for licences and
of their decisions to revoke or suspend a licence as are prescribed in the said Form.

15. Revocation, &c., of Licences. (1) Subject to the provisions of
sub-regulation (2) of this Regulation the Licensing Authority may revoke or
suspend a licence if-
(a) the holder of the licence has, since the licence was granted, been
convicted of an offence against regulation 3 or 21 of these Regulations;
or
(b) where the holder of the licence is a body corporate, any officer of that
body corporate has, since the licence was granted, been convicted, in his
capacity as such officer, of an offence against regulation 3 or 21 of the
Regulations; or
(c) the holder of the licence has failed to coimly with any condition subject
to which the licence was granted;
and may suspend, amend, alter or modify a licence-
(i) on the application of the holder thereof, or
(ii) if in the opinion of the Licensing Authority it is desirable so to do having
regard to the terms of Regulation 11 of these Regulations.
(2) Before revoking, suspending or amending any licence under subregulatiem
(1) of this Regulation, the Licensing Authority shall give to the holder jo th





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licence such notice as is prescribed by Form VI in the Schedule hereto specifying
the grounds upon which it is proposed to revoke, suspend or amend the licence,
and shall not revoke, suspend or amend the licence unless they are satisfied, after
holding a public enquiry if the holder of the licence (by such notice, in such form
as is prescribed by the said Form) requires them so to do, that, owing to the
frequency of the failure on the part of the holder to comply with conditions or to
the failure having been wilful, the licence should be revoked, suspended or
amended.
(3) The expression "officer" in sub-regulation (1) (b) of this Regulation
means the Director, General Manager, Secretary or other similar officer and
includes any person who, with the authority of the body corporate, acts as such
officer.

16. Surrender of Licences. A licence may at'any time be surrendered
by the holder to the Licensing Authority for cancellation. If, during the currency
of .a licence, the 1-lder applies to the Licensing Authority for a new licence in
substitution for th current licence, he shall, if a new licence is granted, surrender
the current licenc for cancellation on the date from which the new licence is
expressed to take effect.

17. Licence Fees. (1) There shall be paid to the Licensing Authority in
respect of every lic nce a fee of forty-eight dollars in respect of each year or part of
a year of the term or which the licence is expressed to remain in force.
(2) There shall be paid to the Licensing Authority in respect of any provisional
licences granted under Regulation 13 of these Regulations a fee of nine dollars and
sixty cents.
(3) No refund of any fee paid in respect of the grant of a licence shall be made,
whether on the surrender of the licence or otherwise, save where a licence is
surrendered before its normal date of expiry upon the grant of a new licence
authorising a service over the same route, in which case there shall be refunded
the sum of forty-eight dollars for every full year of the unexpired period of the
licence but the holder shall in addition to the normal fee for the new licence pay
the special additional fee of nine dollars and sixty cents.

18. Monthly Return from Licences. (1) Every holder of a licence
shall make a monthly return in writing to the Licensing Authority giving, in
respect of the month to which the return relates, the particulars required in Form
VII in the Schedule hereto with regard to all air services authorised by the licence.
(2) Such return shall be sent to the Licensing Authority not later than two
months after the expiration of the month to which the return relates.

19. Annual Report of Licensing Authority. The Licensing Authority
shall make an annual report to the Governor as to the exercise of their functions
during the year.
PART III.
IRERMIFS FOR JOURNEYS OTHER THAN SCHEDULED JOURNEYS.

20. Exceptions. The Regulations in this Part of these Regulations shall
not apply to.the carriage of mail or cargo by air for hire or reward on scheduled
journeys.







21. Penalties. (1) Subject to the provisions of the Regulations in this
Part of these Regulations it shall not be lawful for any person to use any aircraft
for the provision in the Colony of any air service except under, and in accordance
with the conditions of, a permit granted by the Licensing Authority.
(2) Any person who uses any aircraft in contravention of the provisions of
the Regulations in this Part of these Regulations shall be liable on conviction in
the case of a first offence to a fine of twelve hundred dollars or to imprisonment
for three months or to both such fine and such imprisonment and in the case of a
second or subsequent offence to a fine of nine thousand six hundred dollars or to
imprisonment for two years or to both such fine and such imprisonment.
(3) The provisions of the Regulations in this Part of these Regulations shall
not apply in respect of aircraft of any State, which is a party to the Convention on
International Civil Aviation, which fly across the Colony without landing or land
in the Colony for non-traffic purposes only.

22. Issue of Permits. (1) The Licensing Authority may grant to any
person applying therefore a permit to use aircraft for the provisions in the Colony
of such services (other than such service as is referred to in Regulation 3 (1) of
these Regulations) for such period and on such conditions as may be specified in
the permit.
(2) The Licensing Authority may attach such conditions to any permit as they
may think fit having regard to, the nature and circumstances of the application
therefore.
(3) There shall be charged for the issue of every such permit the sum of one
dollar and for each day or part thereof for which the permit is to remain in force
after the date of issue the sum of fifty cents : Provided that if the permit is to
remain in force for more than one week any fees payable in respect of the period
following that week may be reduced or waived at the discretion of the Licensing
Authority :
Provided further that no fees under this paragraph shall exceed tile fees
payable in respect of scheduled journeys by way of annual licence.

23. Applications for Permits. Applications for permits shall be made
in such form and shall contain such information as the Licensing Authority may
require.

24. Revocation or Suspension of Permits. (1) TheLicensingAuthority
may revoke or suspend any permit if-
(a) the holder of the permit has, since the permit was granted been
convicted of an offence against Regulation 3 or 21 of these Regulations;
or
(b) where the holder of the permit is a body corporate, any officer of that
body corporate has, since the permit was granted, been convicted, in his
capacity as such officer, of an offence against Regulation 3 or 21 of these
Regulations; or
(c) the holder of the permit has failed to comply with any condition subject
to which the permit was granted.
(2) The expression officer" in sub-regulation (1) hereof means a Director,
General Manager, Secretary or other similar officer and includes any person who,
with the authority of the body corporate, acts as such officer.





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PART IV.

GENERAL PROVISIONS.

25. Compliance with Air Navigation and Transport Laws and
Regulations by Licence and Permit Holders. It shall be a condition
of every licence or permit that the requirements of any law or instrument having
the force of law, for the time being in force in the Colony, relating to air navigation
or air transport shall be complied with at all times during the currency of the
licence or permit in connection with all journeys made under the licence or permit.

26. Transfer and Assignment of Licences and Permits. A licence
or permit shall not be capable of being transferred or assigned :
Provided that in the event of the death, incapacity, bankruptcy, sequestration
or liquidation of the holder of a licence or permit, or of the appointment of a
receiver or manager or trustee in relation to the business of the holder of a licence
or permit, the person for the time being carrying on that business shall, if within
fourteen days of his commencing so to do he makes application to the Licensing
Authority, for a new licence or permit, be entitled to provide the air services
authorised by the existing licence or permit subject to the conditions thereof, until
the application is determined.

27. Information re Financial Resources of an Applicant to be
treated as Confidential. Nothing in these Regulations shall require the
disclosure by any applicant for a licence or permit to a person other than the
Licensing Authority of information as to the financial resources of the applicant,
and any such information received by the Licensing Authority from any such
applicant shall be treated as confidential.

28. No Right to Continuance of any Benefits. Nothing in these
Regulations shall confer upon the holder of a licence, or permit, or upon any other
person, any right to the continuance of any benefits arising from the provisions of
these Regulations, or from any licence or permit granted thereunder or from any
conditions attached to any such licence or permit.

29. Proceedings for an Offence against the Regulations.
(1) Proceedings for an offence against these Regulations shall not be instituted
except with the consent of the Crown Attorney.
(2) Where an offence against these Regulations has been committed by a body
corporate, every person who, at the time of the commission of the offence was a
Director, General Manager, Secretary or other similar officer of the body corporate,
or was purporting to act in any such capacity, shall be deemed to be guilty of that
offence, unless he proves that the offence was committed without his consent or
connivance and that he exercised all such diligence to prevent the commission of
the offence as he ought to have exercised having regard to the nature of his
functions in that capacity and to all the circumstances.





PART V.

EXEMPTIONS.
30. Exceptions. Nothing in these Regulations shall apply to-
(a) any of the two corporations in respect of such journeys, on such routes,
as the Governor may from time to time specify;
(b) any air transport operator whose principal place of business is in a
country other than-
(i) the United Kingdom; or
(ii) a territory for whose foreign relations Her Majesty's Government in
the United Kingdom is responsible;
in respect of journeys performed by such operator in accordance with the
provisions of any agreement for the time being in force between Her Majesty's
Government in the United Kingdom and the Government of that country.

31. Revocation. The Air Navigation (Liceaning of Public Transport)
Regulations, 1946, (S. R. & O. 1S46, No. 87) is hereby revoked.

SCHEDULE.

FORM I.
APPLICATION FOR LICENCE TO OPERATE A SCHEDULED SERVICE.

To : THE LICENSING AUTHORITY

1. A p p lican t (F u ll n am e ) .....................................................................................................................................
(if a body corporate give full particulars and title of applicant)

2 N a tion ality of A p p lica n t (s) ......................................................................................................................................

3. C country in w which aircraft are registered ..............................................................................................

4. Registered business address (a) Head Office ........................................ ............................

(b ) In th e C olon y .................................................. ...................

5. Particulars of Route it is desired to operate-

(1) P oin t o f D ep a rtu re .................................................................................................. ....................................

(2) P point of final D destination .................................................................................................................

(3) Interm ediate landing points .......................................................................... ................................

(a ) for traffic c p u rp oses : .............................................................................................................................

(b) for non-traffic purposes ............ .................................................................................................

(c) weather alternates ............................... ....... ...





C. Period for which the Licence is required ............................ .................................................

7. Type of aircraft to be used and Passenger Seating Accommodation ...................



8. Crew to be carried (Num ber and function) .................................... ...........................

9. Annexures: A: Proposed Schedule of Frequencies, with details of
intended Time Tables
B : Passenger Rates (Through and intermediate)
C : Freight Rates (Through and intermediate)
D : Airmail Conveyance Rates (Through and intermediate)
E : Free Baggage Allowance and Excess Baggage Rates
F : Total number of aircraft belonging to Applicant
(individual types and seating capacity).
G : Total aircrew Personnel on Pay-roll (e.g. Pilots, co-Pilots,
'Navigators, Radio-operators, & C.)
H : Details of the Insurance of the Aircraft for the proposed
Route.

TEC : I her' by give notice that I desire the Licensing Authority to conduct an
.ciuiry (in Public, in Private) to consider this application.

S ................. .................................. S ig n e d ......................................................... .............................

T itle ............................................................ ..........................

CONDITIONS.
;'Je :--The applicant shall satisfy the Licensing Authority as regards :
.Operational procedures to b3e observed-including Route Capacity
S Sctidules, Operations Manual, Route Book for aircrew, Preparations for
sucih l ocuiaients as ,'iight Plans, Log-books, (Aircraft, Engine and
Journey), Load Sheet; Radio apparatus to operate on the required
ncquencies for the proposed Route.
2. Maintenance Manual and Schedule (based on the Air Registration Board
(U.K.'s) requirements). Information is also required as to where major
overhauls are to be done; the checks on aircraft and engines; and the
availability of adequate spare parts.
3. Traffic handling.
4. The adequacy and competence of the Staff to be employed.
Endorsement of Application
(By the Technical Adviser to the Licensing Authority)
ME SECPATARY/CHAIRMAN,
LICENSING AUTHORITY.


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I CERTIFY that I have verified to the best of my knowledge and ability the
particulars given overleaf and in the Annexures; that I have examined the
Applicant's proposed practices in respect of the Conditions 1, 2, 3 and 4 above, and
I am of the opinion that

(1) th ey a re sa tisfa ctory ........................................................... ...................................... ... ... .. ..... .

(2) they are satisfactory on condition that ................................................ ......... ............

(3) they are satisfactory ijr the folloxvin, reasons ................................... .................



D a te .................................................................................... S ig n a tu r e ........... ..................................................... .......... ......

T itle ...................................................... ....................................

FORM II.
PUBLICATION, BY LICENSING AUTHORITY, OF PARTICULARS OF
APPLICATIONS) TO OPERATE SCHEDULED AIR SERVICESS.
In accordance with the provisions of Regulation 7 of the Air Navigation
(Licensing of Air Services) Regulations, 1952, the Licensing Authority of the
Colony hereby publish the prescribed particulars of the undermentioned
applications) to operate Scheduled Air Service(s) in, to and from the Colony.
Any representations regarding, or objections thereto, in accordance with
Regulation 8 must be received by the Licensing Authority within 14 days after the
date of the first publication of this Notice: and any Notice, requiring the holding
of a Public Enquiry must be received within 14 days after the date of the first
publication of this Notice, in Form III.

PARTICULARS OF APPLICATIONS) TO OPERATE SCHEDULED AIR
SERVICESS.

1 A p p lic a n t ...........................................................................................................................................................................................

2. D ate of first publication of application ................................................................. ..........................

3 R o u te a p p lie d fo r ..........................................................................................................................................................

4. Purposes of Services (Passenger, Freight, Mails) ........................................ ...................

5. Points of departure, final destination and intermediate points of call...........



6 F re q u e n c y o f F lig h ts ...........................................................................................................................................................

7. P revision al T im e T able ....................................................... ................ ..........................................

8 T y p e (s ) o f A ircra ft .......................................................................................................................... ...................





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FORM III.

N a m e ..............................................................................................................................................................................

A d d r e s s ..........................................................................................................................................................................

D a t e ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................

O c c u p a tio n ..............................................................................................................................................................................................
THE SECRETARY/CHAIRMAN,
LICENSING AUTHORITY.

REPRESENTATIONS OR OBJECTIONS REGARDING PROPOSED SCHEDULED AIR SER VICE(S).

With reference to the published 'Notice dated......................................................................................
regarding the undermentioned application to operate a Scheduled Air Service-
and in accordance with Regulations 7 and 8 of the Air Navigation (Licensing of Air
Services) Regulations, 1952, I ceg to submit representations/objections relating
thereto; *and I hereby give notice (in accordance with Regulation 9) that I require
the Licensing Authority to hold a Public Enquiry before the said application shall
be determined.
2. The Application referred to is that from-
Applicant :
T o op era te a S erv ice from ........................................................................................................................ ....................
t o ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................
3. Representations/Objections are as follows :-



D a te.............................................................. ...... S ig n e d ............................................. ....................... ..............

Delete these words if a Public Enquiry is not desired. Such Notice must be
received by the Licensing Authority within 14 days of the date of the first
publication of the Application.

FORM IV.

NOTIFICATION OF ENQUIRY BEFORE DETERMINING APPLICATIONS) TO
OPERATE SCHEDULED AIR SERVICESS.
From : The Secretary, Licensing Authority.

T o ...................................... .................... ............. ................... A d d re ss............................................................. ............

A d d ress.............................. ........................... ............... .... D ate............................................................................
Sir/Madam :
I am directed to notify you-in accordance with Regulation 9 of the Air
Navigation (Licensing of Air Services) Regulations, 1952,-that the Licensing
Authority will hold a Private/Public Enquiry to consider the application by





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for a Licen ce to operate th e route ............................................................................................................. ...........
and to invite you to attend this Enquiry-for the purpose of being heard with
regard to the said Application.

2. The Enquiry will be held on (date) ....................................................................... at the
h our of ............................................... at (place of m eetin g) ............................................................ ... .....................
and I am to request you to notify me at once whether or not you will be present or
represented.

S ign ed .................................................. .......................
Secretary, Licensing Authority.



FORM V.

PUBLICATION OF DECISIONS OF THE LICENSING AUTHORITY RE GRANT,
REFUSAL, SUSPENSION, AMENDMENT, OR REVOCATION OF LICENCES.

In accordance with the provisions of Regulations 14 and 15 of the Air
Navigation (Licensing of Services) Regulations, 1952, the Licensing Authority of
the Colony hereby publish the following particulars of their decisions regarding
the grant, conditional grant, or refusal of a Licence to operate the undermentioned
proposed Service(s) and/or of their revocation, suspension, or amendment of
existing licence (s) to operate the Service(s) specified.

A applicant or Licence H older ........................................................ .......................................... .. ......... .........

L icen ce N o ....................................................................................... ............................... ....................... ........ .............. ............. ..

D ate of A application of L icen ce ................. .......................... ........................................................................................... ...........

R ou te (s) ..................................................................... .... ..................................... .......

Frequency of Flights ................................................................................................. .. ..........

T im e T a b le ....................................................... ................ .............. ..................................................... .. .... ... ..........

T y p e o f A ircra ft .................................................................................................................................................... ..............

DECISIONSS.
(The reasons stated are at the discretion of the Licensing Authoritty.

(1) Licence granted (no reasons) ..................................... .................. ........ ........................

(2) Application refused for the following reasons) ..........................................................................

(3) Licence No................................................. revoked, for the following reasons) ..........................





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(4) Licence No..................................... ............ Suspended, amended for the following reasons)



D ate......................................... ...........................n e ...........Sign e ......................... ............... ..
Secretary, Licensing Authority.

FORM VI.
NOTIFICATION OF ENQUIRY CONCERNING THE REVOCATION/SUSPENSION
OF A LICENCE TO OPERATE SCHEDULED AIR SERVICESS.
From : The Secretary, Licensing Authority.
Address ....
A d d re ss ........................ ............................................................. ................................................. ..........................................................

D a te ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................

T o ............................................................................................................................. ........................................................................................................
Sir/Madam :
I am directed to notify you-in accordance with Regulation 15 (2) of the Air
Navigation (Licensing of Air Services) Regulations, 1952-that the Licensing
Authority of the Colony will hold an Enquiry to consider the Revocation/
Suspension/Amendment of the Licence you hold No. ................................................ to operate
th e R o u te ............................................. ........................................ ........................................................................................... on th e
grounds set out below, and to invite you to be present. I am also to request you to
state (a) if you will be present or represented, and (b) if you desire the Enquiry to
be held in Private or in Public. The meeting will take place at (place).....................
.............................................................................. o n (d a te ) .................................................................................. at th e h ou r o f
....................................... .... on (date) ......... . . . .. at the hour of

GROUNDS
Signed.....................................................
Secretary, Licensing Authority.

FORM VII.
R e tu rn s fro m ........................................................................................................... ....................................................................................

L icen sed O operator of R oute ......................................................................................... ..................................................

M on th en d in g .................................................................. .... ....................................................................................................................

T o ................ .................................................................................. ................................................................................................. .............
Subjoined please find the prescribed Returns in respect of Licence No. ....................

h e ld b y .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................

to operate route from ................................................................. ............................. ..............
With intermediate stages indicated below.


batte............ ............ ..............................


Signed............... ..................





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Intermediate From T
stages. Frm To

(1)
(2)
(3)
etc.

Type of Aircraft:
Frequency of Services:

No. No.
1. Flights scheduled ..... 4. Uninterrupted flig ht a
completed -
2. Flights commenced 5. Flights completed after
interruption -
3. Flights not commenced 6. Flights interrupted not
completed -

No. No.
7. Flights not completed 8. Unpremeditated la nd-
because of- wings because of-

(1) Passengers not avail-
able (1) Lack of fuel

(2) Aircraft not avail-
able (2) Weather conditions

(3) Weather conditions (3) Failure of aircraft
engine .
(4) Other reasons (state
below) (4) Failure of radio -

(5) Other reasons latee
below) _
Stages of Journey 1 2 8 UA. Ttal

A. Stages in land miles
B. Passengers carried-No.
C. Malls carried
Weight in kilos
Weight in lb
D. Freight carried
Weight in kilos
Weight in b





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E. TOTAL PAYLOAD
Weight-in kilos
Weight in lb
F. PAYLOAD CAPACITY
available
(commencement of
flights)
Weight in kilos
Weight in lb

Others
Flight Pilots Co-Pilots Naviga- Radio employed TOTALS
Personnel. No. No. tor's operators on flying No.
No. 'No. duties
No.







OTHER REMARKS :
S ign ed. ................................................................ ........


Title

Date


Made by thferGowerniruiam der the Authority of -the Colonial Air Navigation
(Application of Acts) Ordet,lA937, this 22nd day of March 1952.

BERNARD'GIBBS,
Acting Administrator.
(C. 5/1950).


PRINTEDB* THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.

1952. [ Price' 4 cents. I


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SAINT VINCENT. '

STATUTORY RULES AND OZD c

1952, No. 51.

PRICES CONTROL AMENDMENTT NO. 21) NOTICE.

(Gazetted 8th July, 1952).

1. Short title. This Notice may be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 21) Notice.
2. Amendment. The first schedule Part A to the Prices Control Order
(S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby amended by ccleting all the words, figures and symbols
occurring in the columns opposite the article: "Arrowroot Starch" and
substituting therefore the following :
FIRST SCHEDULE-PART A.

Article. Depot or Factory Maximum Wholesale Price Retail.

Area "A" Area "B."

Per lb. Per lb. Per lb. Per lb.
Arrowroot Starch-
Grade 2 ... 10c. 11c. 13c. 14c.
,, 3 ... 8j 91 114 12
,, ... 8 9 11 12
5 ... 7j 8j 104 11
Ungraded .. 6j 7 9 104

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: "Herrings (U.K.)," "Table Butter (Australia)--Falcon Brand," and
substituting therefore the following :
FIRST 8CH KDLJ-PART B.

Article. [Maximum Wholesale Price Maximum Retail Price.

Area "A" Area B" Area C."
Table Butter (Austie-
lian) Faleon Brand $58.87 per ease of $1.41pertin $1.42ppr tin $1.43 pertin
48-1 lb. tins
[P.T.o.]






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Article. Maximum Wholesale Price Maximum Retail Price.

Ai eu "A" Area "B" I Area "C."
Herrings (U. K.)
Golden Cured ... $3.33 per box of 15 1!). 26c. per lb. 27c. per lb. 28c. per Ib


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 ind C ".
Area C means all the villages of Overland, Sandy Bay, Owia, Fancy, Windsor
Forest and the St. Vincent Grenadines.

Made by the Compelent Authority under section 30 of the Prices Control
Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) this 4th day of July, 1952.
G. C. H. THOMAS,
Acting Controller of Supplies.
(J. 5/1951).

PRINTED BY TI'E GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 8 cents. ]
1952.










I^ A- l RUU 13lr4
SAINT VINCENT. t-

STATUTORY RULES AND OR R

1952, No. 52.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (MANUFACTURE OF
FURNITURE) ORDER.


(Gazetted 8th July, 1952).

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Manufacture of Furniture) Order, 1952.

2. Declaration. The establishment, maintenance and operation in the
Colony of manufacturing plant for the manufacture of furniture is hereby
declared to be a Pioneer Industry for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer Industries
Ordinance, 1952, and the said Furniture so manufactured is hereby declared to be a
pioneer product for the said purposes.


Made by the Governor in Council under section 3 (1) of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance (No. 5 of 1952) this 27th day of June, 1952.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(F. 34/1951).

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 4 cents. I
1952.




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