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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


Published bY i4 thor.itO.


VOL. 85.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 JULY, 1952. [No. 40.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 344.


HURRICANE NOTICES.


It is hereby notified for general informnaion that in the event of a hurri-
cane threatening or approaching the Islan!, the following warnings will be
given :-


SCautionary Warning
Rural Areas (when news received of
including the an approaching- hurricane)
Grenadines .,
Grenadines Warning to take cover


Cautionary Warningi


Kingstown .. Warning to take cover

...~ann


- A white flag with a black
centre will be flown from
all Police Stations.
- Church bells will ring for a
period of five minutes.
-A white flag with a .black
centre will be flown from
the Police Barracks.
- The Government Cotton Gin-
nery whistle and a siren
from the Police Barracks
will be blown for a period
of five minutes.


15th July, 1952.
(W. 25/1949).

No. 345. Committees and must render them
LAND ARRANGEMENTS. useful service in hurricane condi-
tions. They are to keep a list of local
I.-.ANNUAL. Justices of the Peace and of persons
who may suitably be enrolled as Special
'Non-Commissioned Officers in charge Constables should the necessity arise.
of Police Stations throughout the
parishes outside of Kingstown are Hur- II.-HURRICANE WARNINGS.
ricane Relief Officers. They are to be The Cable and Wireless Company Ltd.
in constant touch with the District gives priority to hurricane warnings, and


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214 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 JULY, 1952.-(No. 40).


communicates them at once to the Ad- buildings can be used as first aid sta-
ministrator and to the Government Sec- tions and for housing and feeding des-
retary who will then notify the Colonial titute.
Treasurer and the Superintendent of Relief Committees will arrange in con-
Police. junction with District Medical Officers
On receipt of such a warning the for transport of injured to first aid sta-
Government Secretary also informs all tions.
other Heads of Departments, and the Relief Committees will arrange to
Superintendent of Police immediately re- shelter the homeless and for their feed-
lays such warning to Non-Commissioned ing.
Officers in charge of Police Stations. Relief Committees will issue food (if
From the time a hurricane warning they have taken charge of local supplies),
is received, the Hurricane Relief Cor- to first aid stations on demand by Dis-
mittees are to take charge generally o Itrict Medical Officers.
the Districts. They will at once get in
touch with the Police in their Districts V.-AcTION IN KINGSTOWN.
and the officers mentioned in the follow-
ing paragraphs; they are to be ready to In Kingstown all action, as indicated
organise relief work with the Medical above, will be carried on by the
Department, to disseminate all informa- Kingstown District Committee, save
tion; to make arrangements for food sup- that the Treasurer, the Controller of Sup-
plies; to make arrangements for centres plies, the Superintendent of Agriculture
for first aid for the injured, for housing and the Labour Commissioner will be in
and feeding the poor and for transport. charge of food supplies, and the Superin-


III.-ACTION TO BE TAKEN AFTER WARNING
ISSUED.
The Superintendent of Police will
warn all Non-Commissioned Officers in
charge of Police Stations, and they iu
turn warn inhabitants, ships in the har-
bour, &c.
All Departments will batten down and
secure loose stores.
The Superintendent of Public Works
will get in touch with Road Overseers
and they and the drivers and gangs will
be on the alert.
The Superintendent of Telephones
will get in touch with all linesmen, andr
arrange with all Exchanges for the
dissemination of warnings.

IV.-A-TER THE HURRICANE.
After the hurricane is over, the Re-
lief Committees will decide on what


tendent of Police will be in charge of the
collection and protection of the homeless.

VI.-ST. VINCENT GRENADINES.
The District Officer, St. Vincent Gren-
adines and/or the individual Relief
Committees will take any necessary
action in the islands in hurricane con-
ditions.

VII.-RETURNS.

The Colonial Treasurer, the Senior
Medical and Health Officer, the Super-
intendent of Police and the Superin-
tendent of Public Works will render a
return annually to the Administrator
on the 1st July to the effect that their
preparations with regard to hurricane
arrangements are up to date and in
order.
10th July, 1952
(W. 25/1949).


No. 346.


H11JI,7'CA.\ '; iRELIEFV' (OIlTTTj EE.


A. In the event of a hurricane visiting this Island it is essential that the
relief work be inaugurated at once. The Central Hurricane Committee is
composed of:-
His Honour the Administrator, Chairman,
Hon'ble Colonial Treasurer,
Controller of Supplies,
The Venerable Archdeacon R. S. Maxwell,
Rev. J. B. Broomes,
Rev. Father Gualbert van der Plas, O.S.B., P.P.,
A. G. Hazel, Esquire.
Hon. A. C. Cyrus,
The Superintendent of Agriculture
The Superintendent of Police
Secretary, Mr. H. H. Williams, Principal Clerk, Government
Office.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY 15 JULY, 1952.-(No. 40). 215


B. The District Committees are as follows:-


CHATEAUBELAIR DISTRICT embrac-
ing Chateaubelair, Rose Bank, Trou-
maca, Westwood, Rose Hall


BARROUALLIE DISTRICT embracing
Cumberland, Spring, Wallilabou, Peters
Hope and Mt. Wynne


LAYOU DISTRICT embracing Layou,
Vermont, Francois, Clare Valley, Du-
bois, Chauncey, Questelles, Lowmans,
Camden Park


KINGSTOWN DISTRICT embracing)
Kingstown, Sion Hill, Arnos Vale,
Edinboro. Bowood, &c.



CALLIAQUA DISTRICT embracing Cal-
liaqua, Belair, Stubbs, Gomea



MESOPOTAMIA DISTRICT embracing
Mesopotamia, Richland Park, Hope-
well, Enhams, Evesham

COLONARIE DISTRICT embracing Co-
lonarie, Friendly Village, Biabou,
Bridgetown, Greggs, Lowmans, New
A1izphi, Diamond, Lauders, &c.


GEORGETOWN DISTRICT (from Dry
River going South tc Colonarie
Eroundary)

GEORGETOWN' DISTRIC(I (from Dry
River going North to ~,r.ncy)


UNION ISLAND


BEQUIA


CANOUAN



MAYREAU


OTHER GRENADINES


Rev. Maxwell Thomas, Chairman,
J. Providence, Esquire,
J. A. Tucker, Esquire, J.P.,
James Ferdinand, Esquire,
Revd. F. Augustine Smartt,
Chairman,
Revenue Officer, Barrouallie,
G. M. Sandy, Esquire,
The District Nurse.
Revd. F. B. Jones, Chairman,
Wilfred Alexander, Esquire
J. Punnett, Esquire,
Langley Punnett, Esq.
Cyril Velox, Esquire.
The Chairman of the Kingstown
Board, Chairman,
O. D. Brisbane, Esquire
S. G. DeFreitas, Esquire
C. Bute, 'Esquire,
Stanley deFreitas, Esquire,
M.A. (Oxon.), Chairman,
Clive Williams, Esquire,
A. G. Nanton, Esquire, J.P.,
John A. Dougan, Esquire.
J. D. Punnett, Esquire, Chairman%
W. Dtovis, Esquire,
A. D. Drayton, Esquire, J.P.,
Miss Ursula DaCosta,
The District Nurse.
Hon'ble W. Hadley, J.P., Chairman,
The Senior Agricultural Officer of
the District
Capt. Alban DaSantos, J.P.,
Revd. E. Augustus Pitt, B.D.
Chairman,
Percy Stephens, Esquire, J.P.,
G. V. Ballantyne, Esquire, J.P..
R. L. Otway. Esquire,
J. Evcrard Richards, Esq., J.P.
W. H. Barnard. E~.quire. Chairman,
V. Theobalds, Esquire,
Ernest Punnett, Esq.
The District Officer, St. Vincent
Grenadines, Chairman,
Joseph Alves, Esquire, J.P.
Prince Clouden, Esq.
Sydney McIntosh, Esq., J.P.
Chairman,
Cyril McIntosh, Esquire,
Claude Hazell, Esquire,
Dawson Wallace, Esquire.
The Senior Agricultural Officer,
Chairman,
Mrs. Theresa Antrobus,
Lawrence Brereton, Esquire.
Whitfield de Roche, Esq.
The Proprietor of Mayreau (or his
Agent), Chairman,
The Head Teacher, Govt. School,
Mayreau.
To be dealt with through the Cen-
tral Committee, Kingstown, in
consultation vith the District
Officer, St. Vincent Grenadines
if possible by radiophone.


NOTE:-The other Grenadines will be dealt with from St. Vincent.















216 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 JULY, 1952.-(No. 40).


O. The following is a summary of
the instructions issued to the Commit-
tees.
1. In the event df a hurricane strik-
ing this Island the Chairman of each
District Committee will act at once with-
aut further orders or instructions and
Inaugurate such immediate relief work
as he considers the exigencies of the
situation demand, inclusive of a tempor-
ary hospital and first aid stations. He
will immediately summon his Committee
and collect the following information:-
(a) Number of persons killed.
,, seriously wounded.
,, slightly wounded, requir-
ing medical attention.
(b) ,, of persons destitute.
(c) ,, of houses totally des-
troyed.
,, partially destroyed and
unfit for habitation.
(d) What food is required immedi-
ately.
(e) What clothes are required imme-
diately.
(t) What medical stores are required
immediately.
2. When possible the seriously wound-
ed will be transferred into Kingstown


where they will be met by a Police Con-
stable on point duty. He will direct
them to the hospital or temporary hos-
pital as the case may be. The slightly
wounded will be kept in each district
at first aid stations.
Central kitchens will be established
in each district to cope with the imme-
diate demand for food relief.
3. Should the roads be blocked so
that communication with the District
Chairman is not possible each member
of the Committee will act on his own
initiative and organise relief parties to
clear the roads and give first aid until
such times as he can communicate with
the Chairman.
In this event each member of a Com-
mittee will send a written statement
to the Committee as required in 1 (a)
to (f), transmitting a copy as soon as
possible to the Chairman of the Com-
mittee,
4. The first duty of a Committee is
to see that roads are cleared at once
so that communication can be estab-
lished.
10th July, 1952.
(W. 25/1949).


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 DECLARED 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.
SCHEDULE.
Name Area
Alexander N edd .. ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 11,788 sq. ft.
H eirs of John DaBreo ... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... 10,129 "
H orm ah W illiam s ..... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 4,258 "
N ew ton C ain ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ... ...... 480 "
Lilian N ickie ......... ...... ..... ...... .... ...... 4,489 "
By Command,

A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
27th May, 1952.
(P. 10/51)















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 JULY, 1952.-(No. 40).


No. 347.
INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANISA-
TION FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME.

A limited number of fellowships and
"internships", awarded each year by
the International Labour Organisation
as part of its normal programme, are
allocated to Member States selected by
the Governing Body of the Organisation.
A few are reserved and allocated for
persons from non-metropolitan territo-
ries.
Additional fellowships and scholar-
ships are available under the Expanded
Technical Assistance Programme. Such
awards are not allocated, but are made
at the request of Member Governments.
The purpose of the programme is to
assist suitably qualified persons to gain
from intensive study in other countries
additional knowledge and practical ex-
perience which will be helpful to the
home country. The fields of study in
which fellowships are awarded include
labour legislation, employment organi-
sation, vocational training and guidance,
social security administration, industrial
relations, labour inspection, occupational
health, industrial safety, industrial wel-
fare, co-operation and handicrafts.
Further information and details of
the Programme can be obtained from
the Government Office, Kingstown.
15th July, 1952.


No. ,348.


APPOINTMENTS.


MEDICAL BOARD.

The following persons at present con-
stitute the Medical Board appointed
under Section 4 of the Medical Regis-
tration Ordinance, Chapter 113 of the
Laws of St. Vincent:-
Dr. H. B. HETHERINGTON-Chairman,
Dr. K. J. E. MCMILLAN -Member,
Dr. F. C. ALEXIS -Member.
15th July, 1952.
(M. 7/1945).

No. 349.
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 298 of 24th June, 1952, His Excell-
ency the Governor has been pleased to
appoint the following persons to serve
on the St. Vincent Public Service Com-
mission for a period of one year with
effect from 1st July, 1952:-


Dr. W. L. WEBB, (Chairman),
Hon. C. V. D. HADLEY, Education
Officer,
E. DUNCAN, Esq., O.B.E.,
R. M. CATO, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.
Secretary : The Assistant Administra-
tor and Establishment Of-
ficer.
15th July, 1952.
(A. 4011949).

No. 350.
COMMITTEE TO REVIEW ARROW-
ROOT LEGISLATION.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 283 of 10th June, 1952, Mr. R.
MILTON CATO has declined to serve as
a member of the Committee.
The following gentlemen have accord-
ingly been appointed to serve as mem-
bers:-
W. J. ABBOTT, Esq., and
F. J. CLARKE, Esq.
15th July, 1952.
(C. 50/1949).

No. 351.
LEAVE NOTICE.

The Honourable C. L. TANNIS has
been granted seven days' leave of ab-
sence from the Legislative Council
commencing 7th July, 1952.
15th July, 1952.
(A. 31/1948).

No. 352.
RESUMPTION.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 227 of 6th May, 1952, Sister EVELYN
DERRICK of the Colonial Hospital re-
sumed duties with effect from 1st July,
1952.
15th July, 1952.
(P. F. 505).


No. 353.
TRANSFERS.

The following transfers within the
General Clerical Service have been ap-
proved with effect from 1st June,
1952:--
Mr. EDGAR ADAMS, Junior Clerk,
from P.W.D. to Treasury & Customs
Department;
Miss ESTHER TANNTS, Junior Clerk,
from General Post Office to P.W.D.; I
















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 JULY, 1952.-(No. 40).


Mr. CECIL ELLIS, Junior Clerk, from
Treasury & Customs Department to
Supply Control Department.
15th July, 1952.
(P.F. 587; 550; 375).

No. 354.
Mr. S. C. CUMMINGS, Junior Clerk,
Treasury & Customs Department to
Magistrate's Office with effect from 10th
June, 1952.
15th July, 1952.
{P.F. 172).

No. 355.
RESIGNATIONS.

Miss AUGUSTA COOLS-LARTIGUE,
Junior Clerk, Income Tax Office, has
resigned from the Clerical Service of
the Colony with effect from 15th July,
1952.
l~th July, 1952.
(P. F. 547).

No. 356.
The Reverend L. J. PAUL as a Mem-
ber of :-
(a) The Public Assistance Board,
(b) Board of Visitors, Mental Hospi-
tal,
(c) V i s it o r, Calliaqua Government
School.
15th July, 1952.

No. 357.
GOVERNMENT MAIL VAN.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 228 of 6th May, 1952, it is hereby
notified for general information that a
Post Box has now been installed in the
Government Mail Van. This Box will
be opened at the end of each mail route
for clearance.
15th July, 1952.
(Q. 13/1952).

No. 358.
PORT ELIZABETH TOWN BOARD.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 309 of 24th June, 1952, nominations
to fill the vacancy on the Port Elizabeth
Town lIoard took place on 9th July,
1952. There being only one nomnina-
tion. the nominee, Mr. EDWIN R.
FREDERICK, was duly elected a mem-
ber of the Board.
15th July, 1952.
(A. 10/1949).


No. 359.
VACANT POSTS.

POST OF SENIOR CONSERVATION IN-
STRUCTOR, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL-
TURE AND FORESTRY, DOMINICA.

Applications are invited for the post
of Senior Conservation Instructor, De-
partment of Agriculture and Forestry,
Dominica, B.W.I., on the following
terms and conditions:-
Duties: The Senior Conservation In-
structor will be required to
carry out field inspection of
Crown Lands and to super-
vise soil conservation works
throughout the Island.
Emolu- Salary at a consolidated rate
ments: of $1920 per annum, Cost of
Living Allowance having
been calculated in fixing
this rate.
Subsistence Allowance at
the rate of $3.60 per night
when working away from
assigned headquarters.
Transport Allowance at
current rates according to
local Regulations, if requir-
ed to maintain means of
transport.
Condi- The post is under a Colonial
tions of Development and Welfare
Appoint- Scheme, and is not pension-
ment: able. Appointment will he
on contract for the period
commencing from date of
appointment to 31st March,
1956. with right to terminate
on either side after three
months notice. It is subject
to the Colonial Regulations
and local General Orders in
force.
Free passages are provid-
ed to take np appointment
and on satisfactory comple-
tion of contract.
Leave in accordance with
Iocal Regulations. Leave
passages are not raid.
A single ninn would be
preferred.
Quarters : Housing is not provided.
Ap )lic;tions stating qualifiertions and
accolmpani d by two recent testimonials
and references should be addressed to
the Establisbhment Officer. Government
Office, Rosean, Dominica, B.W.1.
Applications from members of the
Government Service of any Colony
should be transmitted thlrongh the Offi-















SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 15 JULY, 1952.-(No. 40). 219


.cer Administering the Government of
.that Colony.
15th July, 1952.

No. 360.
POST OF CROWN LANDS INSPECTOR,
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND
FORESTRY, DOMINICA.

Applications are invited for the post
of Crown Lands Inspector, Department
of Agriculture and Forestry, Dominica,
B.W.I., on the following terms and
,conditions:-
Duties: The Crown Lands Inspector
will be required to under-
take duties in connection
with the sale of Crown
Lands, settlement of land
disputes and squatter control
under a scheme for control
of Government lands.
Emolu- Salary in the scale $1920 x
ments: $120-$2400 and a Cost of
Living Allowance of 20% of
salary. The point of entry
to the scale will depend on
the qualifications and ex-
perience of the successful
candidate. Subsistence Al-
lowance at the rate of $3.60
per night when working
away from assigned head-
quarters.
Transport Allowance at
current rates according to
local Regulations for main-
tenance and use of a motor
vehicle for the performance
of official duties.
Condi- The post is under a Colonial
tions of Development and Wellare
Apnoint- Scheme, and is not pension-
ment : able. Appointment will be
on contract for the period
commencing from date of
appointment to 31st March,
1956 with right to terminal e
on either side after three
months notice. It is subject
to the Colonial lRegulations
and loc,;l General Orders in
force.
Free passages are provided
to take up appointment and
on satisfactory completion
of contract.
Leave in accordance with
local Regulations.
Leave passages are not
provided.
A single man would be
preferred.
Quarters: Housing is not provided.


Applications stating qualifications and
accompanied by two recent testimonials
and references should be addressed to
the Establishment Officer, Governn'ent
Office, Roseau, Dominica, B.W.I.
Applications from members of the
Government Service of any Colony
should be transmitted through the Off -
cer Administering the Government of
that Colony.
15th July, 1952.



No. 361.
LEGISLATION.

The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 53.-The Income Tax
(Double Taxation Relief) (Can-
ada) Order, 1952.

S.R. & O. No. 54-The Plant Protec-
tion (Amendment) Regulations,
1952.
(B. 54/1948).
S.R. & O. No. 55.-The Prices Control
(Amendment No. 22) Notice,
1952.
(J. 5/1951).
15th July, 1952.



No. 362.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Accounts of the Colony for the
period 1st January to 31st March,
1952. are published with this issue of
the Gazette.
15th July, 1952.


No. 311.
PUBLICATION.

Copies of the Amended Customs
Tmaiff 1:m v now le obtained at the
Government Printing Office. Price 60
cents.
24th June, 1952.

By Command,

A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
15th July, 1952.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 JULY, 1952.-(No. 40).


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER NOTICES.

ARROWROOT NOTICE.

Additional names to the election lists of District Delegates to represent Small
Growers on the Arrowroot Association.


Name.

Cupid, Samuel


Castello, Lloyd

Mercury, McKenzie


10th July, 1952.


Address.
THRtE RIVERS DISTRICT.
Chapmans
M ESOPOTAMIA.
Hopewell
GEORGETOWN.
Dicksons


Weight delivered in lbs.

1,454


1,251

1,402


J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.


AGRICULTURAL NOTICES.

VEGETABLE SEEDS.

It is hereby notified for general information that a new shipment of vege-
table seeds has arrived and will be on sale at the office of the Department of
Agriculture on week days between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon and from
1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the following prices.
Cabbage: Succession 38c. per oz. or lic. per pkt.


Steins Flat Dutch
All Season
Copenhagen Market
Beets: Detroit Dark Red
Lettuce: Imperial 44
Grand Rapids
Tomato : Marglobe
Carrot: Long Chantenay
Egg Plant: Black Beauty
Cauliflower: Early Patna


38c.
38c.
38c.
20c.
37c.
37c.
85c.
29c.
83c.
$1.28


,, ,, ,, 11e.
,, ,, ,, 11c.
,, ,, ,, 11c.
,, ,, ,, 5c.
,, ,, ,, 10oc.
,, ,, ,, 10oc.
per oz. or 22c.
,9 ,~ Sc.
,, 122c.
,. ,, 32c.


C. de FREITAS,
for Superintendent of Agriculture.
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 snch
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).


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













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 JULY, 1952.-(No. 40).


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;iBURIAL GROUND AT
LOWMANS WINDWARD.

By virtue of the power contained in
.section 3 (1) of the Burial Grounds
Ordinance, 1951, (No. 1 of 1951) the
Governor in Council hereby sets apart
and licences as a public burial ground
all that portion of land situate at Low-
mans Windward in the Parish of
Charlotte containing 1 rood 10.6 poles
and bounded on the North by a Public
Road where it measures 26.50 ft. on the
South by Crown where ic measures
102.28 ft. on the East by Crown where
it measures 220.82 fr. and on the West
by a Public Road where it. measures
205.04 ft. station to station i.e. A-D on
plan C.L.47 as shown on a plan of the
said portion of land prepared by ALBERT
M. HAYNES, Land Surveyor, dated 1st
May, 1952, and lodged at the Surveys
Office.
Dated this 13th day of June, 1952. or
By Command,
A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Clerk of Executive
Council.


NOTICES.

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.
30th June, 1952.

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-


Iments 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 Parish, District 5 ; and
the Grenadines (Bequia), District 6; as
relate to property in the First, Second
and Third Magisterial Districts.
The Sessions will be held at the fol-
lowing places at 12 o'clock noon :-
District 1, at the Police Station at
Calliaqua on Tuesday the 23rd
day of September and at the
Court House, Kingstown, on
Tuesday the 30th day of Septem-
ber, 1952.
District 2, at the Police Station at
Georgetown on Friday the 19th
day of September, 1952.
District 3, at the Police Station at
Layou on Tuesday the 9th day of
September, 1952.
District 4, at the Police Station at
Barronallie on Thursday the I Ith
day of September, 1952.
District 5. at the Police Station at
Chateaunelair 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.


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 ns 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,

27th June, 1951.
(A 24/1951).


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS, I o

1952, No. 53.


INCOME TAX (DOUBLE TAXATION RELIEF) (CANAI
ORDER.


(Gazetted 15th July, 1952).


WHEREAS it is provided by subsection (1) of section 54 of the Income Tax
Ordinance, that if the Governor in Council by order declares that arrangements
specified in the Order have been made with the Government of any territory
outside the Colony with a view to affording relief from double taxation in relation
to income tax and any tax of a similar character imposed by the laws of that
territory, and that it is expedient that those arrangements should have effect, the
arrangements shall have effect in relation to income tax notwithstanding anything
in any enactment :
AND WHEREAS the arrangements specified in an Agreement between the
Government of the United Kingdom and the Government of Canada (vhich
Agreement is set out in the Schedule to this Order) have been made with the
Government of Canada by the Government of the United Kingdom, and the
Agreement has, by written notification of extension given to the Government of
Canada by the Government of the United Kingdom in pursuance of the provisions
of Article XV of the Agreement, been extended, subj ect to certain modifications, io
the Colony :
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that arrangements so made on behalf of the
Colony should have effect :
Now, THEREFORE, the Governor in Council in exercise of the powers conferred
on him by subsection (1) of the said section 54 and of all other powers enabling
him in that behalf, hereby makes the following Order :-

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Double Taxation Relief
(Taxes on Income) (-Canada) Order, 1952.

2. Declaration. It is hereby declared-
(a) that the like arrangements as are specified in the Agreement set out in
the Schedule to this Order, subject to the modifications provided for by
paragraph (c) hereof and to such adaptations as are necessary for th'-
purpose of the application of the Agreement to the Colony, have, by
virtue of Article XVI of the said Agreement. been made with the
Government of Canada with a view to affording relief from double
6, 10 !i action in relation to income tax and any tax of a similar character
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(b) that it is expedient that those arrangements should have effect;
(c) that for the purposes of Article XVI of the Agreement in its application
to the Colony, the figures 1951" shall be substituted for the figures
1946 in paragraph (a), and the date 1st day of January 1951" shall
be substituted for the date 6th day of April 1946 in paragraph (b).



Made by the Governor in Council under section 54 of the Income Tax
Ordinance (No. 23 of 1948) this 28th day of March 1952.

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






APPENDIX.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS
1946 No. 1885

INCOME TAX
Double Taxation Relief (Canada)
THE DOUBLE TAXATION RELIEF (TAXES ON INCOME) (CANADA) ORDER, 1946

At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 6th day of November, 1946.
PRESENT,
The King's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.
Whereas it is provided by subsection (1) of section fifty-one of the Finance
(No. 2) Act, 1945(a), that if His Majesty by Order in Council declares that
arrangements specified in the Order have been made with the Government of
any territory outside the United Kingdom with a view to affording relief from
double taxation in relation to income tax, excess profits tax or the national
defence contribution and any taxes of a similar character imposed by the laws
of that territory, and that it is expedient that those arrangements should have
effect, the arrangements shall have effect to the extent specified in that
subsection:
And whereas under certain other provisions of Part V of the said Act
certain other consequences ensue on the making of any such Order:
And whereas a draft of this Order was laid before the Commons House of
Parliament in accordance with the provisions of subsection (2) of section fifty-
six of the said Act and an Address has been presented to His Majesty by that
House praying that an Order may be made in the terms of this Order :
Now, therefore, His Majesty, in exercise of the powers confei led on Him
by subsection (1) of the said section fifty-one and of all other powers enabling
Him in that behalf, is pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, to
order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:-
1. This Order may be cited as the Double Taxation Relief (Taxes on
Income) (Canada) Order, 1946.

2. It is hereby declared-
(a) that the arrangements specified in the Agreement set out in the
Schedule to this Order have been made with the Government of Canada
with a view to affording relief from double taxation in relation to income
tax, excess profits tax or the national defence contribution and taxes of a
similar character imposed by the laws of Canada; and
(b) that it is expedient that those arrangements should have effect.
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SCIiHDULE.
AGCEEIMENT BETWEEN: THE GOVERNMENT OF' THE UNITED KINGDOM AND THE
GOVERNMENT OF CANADA FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBLE TAXATION
AND THE PREVENTION OF FISCAL EVASION WITH RESPECT TO TAXES
ON INCOME.
The Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern
Ireland and the Government of Canada. desiring to conclude an agreement for
the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion with
respect to taxes on income, have agreed as follows:-

ARTICLE I.
(1) The taxes which are the subject of the present Agreement are-
(a) In Canada :
The income taxes, including sur-taxes, and excess profits tax imposed
by Canada (hereinafter referred to as "Canadian tax").
(b) In the United Kingdom:
The income tax (including sur-tax), the excess profits tax and the na-
tional defence contribution (hereinafter referred to as "United Kingdom
tax").
(2) The present Agreement, shall also apply to any other taxes of a substan-
ti:lly similar character imposed by either Contracting Government subsequent-
ly to the date of signature of the present Agreement or by the Government of
any territory to which the present Agreement is extended under Article XV.

ARTICLE II.
(1) In the present Agreement, unless the context otherwise requires--
(a) The term "'United Kingdom" means Great Britain and Northern Ireland,
excluding the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
(b) The terms "one of the territories" and "the other territory";mean the
United Kingdom or Canada, as the context requires.
(c) The term "tax" means United Kingdom tax or Canadian tax, as the
context requires.
(d) The term "person" includes any body of persons, corporate or not
corporate.
(e) The term company" includes any body corporate.
(f) The term resident of the United Kingdom" and "resident of Canada'
mean respectively any person who is resident in the United Kingdom for
the purposes of United Kingdom tax and not resident in Canada for the
purposes of Canadian tax and any person who is resident in Canada for
the purposes of Canadian tax and not resident in the United Kingdom for
the purposes of United Kingdom tax ; and a company shall be regarded
as resident in the United Kingdom if its business is managed and con-
trolled in the United Kingdom and as resident in Canada if its business
is managed and controlled in Canada.
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(g) The terms "resident of one of the territories" and "resident of the other
territory" mean a person who is a resident of the United Kingdlomn or a
person who is a resident of (anada, as the cont(ex requii(s.
(h) Thi terms "United Kingdom enterprise" and (Jan, di,.n enieipis e"
m11"; re.specti ely an i industrial or coinniercial eiinterprise r iuniderlta;ing
ca.rrried on by a resident of the United Kingdom and an industrial or
coill merc; ni en teiprise or undertakliig carri( di oin b) a resident of Ca nada;
and the terms "enterprise ol' one of the territories" and "enterprise ol the
other territory" mean a United Kingdom enterprise or a Canadian
enl terlprise, as the context requires.
(i) The term permanent establishment", when used \ ith respect to an
enterprise of one of the territories, means a branch or other fixed place
of business, but doors not include an agency unless the agent has, and
ha'iitually exercises. a general authority to negotiate and conclude con-
tracts on behalf if such entei prise or has a stock of merchandise from
which he regularly fills orders on its behalf.
An enterprise oi one of t ie territories shall not be deen(d to have a
permanent establishment in thl, other territory merely 1 e(IHc; it carries
on busine,-s dealing's in that other territory throutth a b,,a fide, losl(r or
elienal commission agteni acting in the ordinary course of his business
as such.
'The fact that an ( ntei prise of one of the territories mitintui1 in the
otiltr territory a fixed Ilae. of business exclusively for the purchase of
goods or mej clhandise sli;ill net of itself constitute that fixed place of
business a permanent establiishimeti of the enterprise.
The fact that a company which is a resident of one of the territories
has a subsidiary company which is a resident of the other territory or
which is engaged in trade or business in that other territory (whether
through a permanent establishment or otherwise) shall not of itself
constitute that subsidiary company a permanent establishment of its
parent company.
(2) The term industrial or commercial profits", as used in the present
Agreem, nt, does not include income in thl form of dividends, interest, rents or
riiyalties, management charges, or remuneration for labour or personal services.
(3) In the application of the provisions of the present Agi cement by one
of the Contracting Governments any term not otherwise defined shall, unless
the context otherwise requires, have the meaning which it has under the laws
of that Contracting Government relating to the taxes which are the subject of
the present Agreement.
ARTICLE III.
(1) The industrial or commercial profits of ;t Ulited Kingdom enterprise
shall not be subject to Canadian tax unless the ent-rpl i ise is en aged in trade or
business in Canada through a permanent establishment situated therein. If it
is so engaged, tax may be imposed on those profits by Canada, but only on so
much of them as is attributable to that permanei t establishment.
(2) The industrial or commercial profits of a Canadian enterprise shall not
be subject to United Kingdom tax unless the enterprise is engaged in trade or
business in the United Kingdom through a permanent establishment situated







therein. If it is so engaged, t;ax may be imposed on those profits by the United
Kingdom, but only on so much of them as is attributable to that permanent
establishment: Provided that nothing in this paragraph shall affect any provi-
sions of the law of the United Kingdom regarding the imposition of excess profits
tax and national defence contribution in the case of inter-connected companies.
(3) Where an enterprise of one of the territories is engaged in trade or
business in the other territory through a permanent establishment situated
therein, there shall be attributed to such permanent establishment the industrial
or commercial profits which it might be expected to derive if it were an inde-
pendent enterprise engaged in the same or similar activities under the same or
similar conditions and dealing at arm's length with the enterprise of which it
is a permanent establishment.
(4) No portion of any profits arising from the sale of goods or merchandise
by an enterprise of one of the territories shall be deemed to arise in the other
territory by rea, on of the mere purchase of the goods or merchandise within
that other territory.
(5) Where a company which is a resident of one of the territories derives
profits or income from sources within the other territory, the Government of
that other territory shall not impose any form of taxation on dividends paid by
the company to persons not resident in that other territory, or any tax in the
nature of an un distributed profits tax on undistributed profits of the company,
by reason of the fact that those dividends or undistributed profits represent, in
whole or in part, profits or income so derived.
ARTICLE IV.
Where
(a) an enterprise of one of the territories participates directly or indirectly
in the management, control or capital of an enterprise of the other
territory, or
(b) the same persons participate directly or indirectly in the management,
control or capital of an enterprise of one of the territories and an enter-
prise of the other territory, and
(c) in either case conditions are made or imposed between the two enter-
prises, in their commercial or financial relations, which differ from those
which would be made between independent enterprises,
then any profits which would but for those conditions have accrued to one of
the enterprises but by reason of those conditions have not so accrued may be
included in the profits of that enterprise and taxed accordingly.
ARTICLE V.
Notwithstanding the provisions of Articles III and IV, profits which a
resident of one of the territories derives from operating ships or aircraft shall
be exempt from tax in the other territory.
ARTICLE VI.
(1) The rate of Canadian tax on income (other than earned income) derived
from sources within Canada by a resident of the United Kingdom who is
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business in Canada through a permanent establishment situated therein, shall
not exceed 15 per cent.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of the foregoing paragraph, dividends
paid to a company which is a resident of the United Kingdom by a Canadian
company, all of whose shares,;(less directors' qualifying shares) which have
under all circumstances full voting right& are beneficially owned by the former
company, shall be exempt from Canadian tax:
Provided that exemption shall not be allowed if ordinarily more than
one-quarter of the gross income of the Canadian company is derived lrom
interest and dividends other than interest and dividends from any wholly-owned
subsidiary company.
(3) Income (other than earned income) derived from sources within the
United Kingdom by an individual who is a resident of Canada, subject to
Canadian tax in respect of the income, and not engaged in trade or business in
the United Kingdom through a permanent establishment situated therein, shall
be exempt from United Kingdom sur-tax.
ARTICLE VII.
Copyright royalties and other like payments made in respect of the produc-
tion or reproduction of any literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work (but not
including rents or royalties in respect of motion picture films) and derived from
sources within one of the territories by a resident of the other territory who is
liable to tax in that other territory in respect thereof and not engaged in trade
or business in the first-mentioned territory through a permanent establishment
situated therein, shall be exempt from tax in that first-mentioned territory.
ARTICLE VIII.
(1) Remuneration (other than pensions) paid by one of the Contracting
Governments to any individual for services rendered to that Conti-rcting Gov-
ernment in the discharge of governmental functionui shall be exempt from tax
in the territory of the other Contractiln Government if the individual is not
ordinarily resident in that territory or is ordinarily resident in that territory
solely for the purpose of rendering those services.
(2) Any pension paid by one of the Contracting Governments to any indivi-
dual for services rendered to that Contracting Goverliment in the discharge of
governmental functions shall be exempt from tax in the territory of the other
Contracting Government, if immediately prior to the cessation of those services
the remuneration therefore was exempt from t;ax in that territory, whether
under paragraph (1) of this Article or otherwise, or would have been exempt
under that paragraph if the present Agreement had been in force at the time
when the remuneration was paid.
(3) The provisions of this Article shall not apply to payments in respect of
services rendered in connection with any trade or business carried on by either
of the Contracting Governments for purposes of profit.
ARTICLE IX.
(1) An individual who is a resident of the United Kingdom shall be exempt
from Canadian tax on profits or remuneration in respect of personal (including
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(a) he is present within Canada for a period or periods not exceeding in
the aggregate 183 days during that year, and
(b) the services are performed for or on behalf of a person resident in the
United Kingdom, and
(c) the profits or remuneration are subject to United Kingdom tax.
(2) An individual who is a resident of Can;da shall be exempt from United
Kingdom tax on profits or remuneration in respect of personal (including
professional) services performed within the United Kingdom in any year of
assessment if-
(a) he is present within the Unitd Kingdom for a period or periods not
exceeding in the aggregate 183 days during that yeor, and
(b) the services are performed for or on behalf of a person resident in
Canada, and
(c) the profits or remuneration are subject to Canadian tax.
(3) The provisions of this Article shall not apply to the profits or remunera-
tion of public entertainers such as stage, motion picture or radio artists, musicians
and athletes.

ARTICLE X.
(1) Any pension (other than a pension paid Ly the Government of Canada
for services rendered to it in the discharge of governmental functions) and any
annuity, derived from sources within Canada by an individual who is a resident
of the United Kingdom and subject to United Kingdom tax in respect thereof,
shall be exempt from Canadian tax.
(2) Any pension (other than a pension paid by the Government of the United
Kingdom for services rendered to it in the discharge of governmental functions)
and any annuity, derived from sources within the United Kingdom by an
individual who is a resident of Canada and subject to Canadian tax in respect
thereof, shall be exempt from United Kingdom tax.
(3) The term "annuity" means a stated sum payable periodically at stated
times, during life or during a specified or ascertainable period of time, under an
obligation to make the payments in consideration of noney paid.

ARTICLE XI.
A professor or teacher from one of the territories who receives remunera-
tion for teaching, during a period of temporary residence not exceeding two
years, at a university, college, school or other educational institution in the
other territory, shall be exempt from tax in that other territory in respect of
that remuneration.

ARTICLE XII.
A student or business apprentice from one of the territories who is receiv-
ing full-time education or training in the other territory shall be exempt from
tax in that other territory on payments made to him by persons in the first-
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ARTICLE XIII.
(1) Subject to the provisions of the law of the United Kingdom regarding
the allowance as a credit against United Kingdom tax of tax payable in a terri-
tory outside tlih United Kingdonm, Canadian tax payable in respect of income
from sounres within Canada shall be allowed as a credit against any United
Kingdom tax payable in respect of that income. Where such income is an
ordinary divid-nd paid h.b : Canadian debtor, the credit shall take into account
(in addition to any uanadian income tax chargeable directly or by deduction in
respect i : the dividend) ibe Canadian income tax payable in respect of its
profits by the company pai in, ihe dividend, and where it is a dividend paid on
par Iicipatiii prefer.nc( share i and i epreseleting both a dividend at a fixed rate
to wluch the shares are entiited and an ad ditional participation in profits, the
Canadian income tax so pay alle by the company shall likewise le taken into
account in so far as the dividend exceeds that fixed rate.
(2) For the purposes of the foregoing paragraph and of the aforesaid provi-
sions of the law of the United Kingdom, so much of the tax chargeable under
the law of Canada relatin- to excess profits tax as is chargeable otherwise than
by reference to excess profits shall be treated as income tax and not as excess
profits tax.
(3) Subject to the provisions of the law of Canada regarding the deduction
from tax payable in Canada of tax paid in a territory outside Canada, United
Kingdom tax payable in respect of income from sources within the United
Kingdom shall be deducted from any Canadian tax payable in respect of that
income. Where such income is an ordinary dividend paid by a company resi-
dent in the United Kingdom, the deduction shall take into account (in addition
to any United Kingdom income tax appropriate to the dividend) the United
Kingdom national defence contribution payable by the company in respect of
its profits, and where it is a dividend paid on participating preference shares and
representing both a dividend at the fixed rate to which the shares are entitled
and an additional participation in profits, the national defence contribution so
payable by the company shall likewise be taken into account in so far as the
dividend exceeds that fixed rate.
(4) For the purposes of this Article, profits or remuneration for personal
(including professional) services performed in one of the territories shall be
deemed to be income from sources within that territory, and the services of an
individual whose services are wholly or mainly performed in ships or aircraft
operated by a resident of one of the territories shall be deemed to be performed
in that territory.
ARTICLE XIV.
(1) The taxation authorities of the Contracting Governments shall exchange
such information (being information available under the respective taxation
laws of the Contracting Governments) as is necessary for carrying out the pro,
visions of the present Agreement or for the prevention of fraud or the admin-
istration of statutory provisions against legal avoidance in relation to the taxes
which are the subject of the present Agreement. Any information so exchang-
ed shall be treated as secret and shall not be disclosed to any persons other than
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subject of the present Agreement. No information shall be exchanged which
would disclose any trade secret or trade process.
(2) The taxation authorities of the Contracting Governments may consult
together as may be necessary for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of
the present Agreement and, in particular, the provisions of Articles III and IV.
(3) As used in this Article, the term "t xation authorities" means, in the
case of Canada, the Minister of National Revenue or his authorized representa-
tive ; in the case of the United Kingdom, the Commissioners of Inland Revenue
or their authorized representative; and, in the case of any termitor? to which the
present Agreeuent is extended under Article XV, the competent authority for
the administration in such territory of the taxes to which the present Agree-
ment applies.

ARTICLE XV.
(1) Either of the Contracting Governments may, on the coming into force
of th, present Agreement or at any time thereafter while it continues in force,
by a written notification of extension given to the oilier Contracting Govern-
ment, declare its desire that the operation of the present Agreement shall ex-
extend, subject to such modification as may be necessary, to all or any of its
colonii-s, overseas tt ,ritori s. protectorates, or territories in respect of which it
exercises a mandate or trusteeship, which impose taxes substantially similar
in character to those which are the subject of the present Agreement. The
present Agreement shall, subject to such modifications (ifany) as may be specifi-
ed in the notification, apply to the territory or territories named in such notifi-
cation on the date or dates specified in the notification (not being less than sixty
days from the dale of the notification) or, if no date is specified in respect of
any such territory, on the sixtieth day after the date of the notification, unless,
prior to the date on which the Agreement would otherwise become applicable
to a particular territory, the Contracting Government to whom notification is
given shall have informed the ether Contracting Goovernment in writing tiat it
does not accept the notification as to that territory. In the absence of such
extension, the present Agreeimen.t shall not apply to any such territory.
(2) At any time after the expiration e[ one year from thle entry into force
of an extension under paragraph (1) of this Article, either of the Contracting
Governments may, by written notice of termination givEn to the other Con ract-
irg Government, terminate the application of the present Agreement to any
territory to which it has been extended under paragraph (I), and in that event
the present Agreement shall cease to apply. six months after the date of the
notice, to the territory or territories named tlher.in, but withofit affecting itp
continued application to Canada. the United Kingdom or to any other territory
to which it has been extended under paragraph (1) hereof.
(3) In the application of the present Agreement in relation to any territory
to which it is extended by notification by the United Kingdom or Canada,
references to the "United Kingdom" or, as the case may be. "Canada" shall he
o-fstrned as references to that territory.
(4) The termination in respect of Canada or the United Kingdom of the
pres,'nt Agreement under Article XVIII shall, unless otherwise expressly agreed
Ibv both Contracti ng Governments, terminate the application of the present







Agreement to any territory to which the Agreement has been extended by
Canada or the United Kingdom.
(5) The provisions of the preceding paragrEphs of this Article shall apply
to the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man as if they were colonies of the
United Kingdom.

ARTICLE XVI.
The present Agreement shall come into force on the date on which the last
of all such things shall have been done in the United Kingdom and Canada as
are necessary to give the Agreement the force of law in the United Kingdom
and Canada respectively, and shall thereupon have effect-
(a) in Canada as respects income taxes, including sur-taxes, for the taxation
year 1946 and subsequent years, and as respects excess profits tax for any
fiscal period beginning on or after the first day of January, 1946, and for
the unexpired portion of any fiscal period current at that date;
(b1) in the United Kingdom, as respects income tax for the year of assess-
ment beginning o', the 6th day of April, 1946, and subsequent years; as
respects sur-tax Ior the year of assessment beginning on the 6th day of
April, 1945, and subsequent years; and as respects excess profits tax and
national defence contribution for any chargeable accounting period
beginning on or after the first day of January, 1946, and for the unexpir-
ed portion of any chargeable accounting period current at that date.

ARTICLE XVII.
The present Agreement shall be deemed to have superseded the Agreements
made on the 8th day of May, 1930, and the 3rd day of October, 1935, between
the Government of the United Kingdom and the Government of Canada for
reciprocal exemption from income tax in certain cases of profits accruing from
the business of shipping and profits or gains accrning through an agency respec-
tively, and those Agreements shall cease to have effect-
(a) in Canada, fda" the taxation year 1946 and subsequent years:
(b) in the United Kingdom, as respects income tax for the year of assess-
ment beginning on the 6th day of Apil,'1946, and subsequent years, and
as respects sur-tax for the year of assessment beginning on the 6th day
of April, 1945, and subsequent years.

ARTICLE XVIII.
(1) The present Agreement shall continue in effect indefinitely but either
of the Contracting Governments may, on or before the (0th day of Jnne in any
calendar year after the year 1947, give notice of termination to the other
Contracting Government and, in such event, the present Agreement sh;ll cease
to be effective-
(a) in Canada, as respects income taxes, including sur-taxes, for any taxation
year ending in or after the calendar year next following tlat in vhich
such notice is aiven. a:nd as re.vects excess Il'.fits tax for anyl fiscal period







beginning on or.after the first day of January in the calendar year next
following that in which such notice is given and for the unexpired
portion of any fiscal period current at that date;
(b) in the United Kingdom, as respects income tax for any year of assess-
ment beginning on or after the 6th day of April in the calendar year
next following that in which such notice is given ; as respects sur-tax for
any year of assessment beginning on or after the 6th day of April in the
calendar year in which such notice is given; and as respects excess
profits tax or national defence contribution for any chargeable account-
ing period beginning on or after the first day of January in the calendar
year next following that in which such notice is given and for the unex-
pired portion of any chargeable accounting period current at that date.
(2) The termination of the present Agreement shall not have the effect of
reviving any agreement or arrangement abrogated by the present Agreement or
by agreements previously concluded between the Contracting Governmen ts.

IN WITNESS whereof the undersigned, duly authorised thereto, have
signed the present Agreement and have affixed thereto their seals.
Done at London, in duplicate, on the fifth day of June, one thousand nine
hundred and forty-six.

For the Government of the United Kingdom:
(L.S.) HUGH DALTON.

For the Government of Canada:
(L.s.) W. L. MACKENZIE KING.


PINTrD BEY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
IINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


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SAINT VINCENT.


STATUTORY RULES AND

1952, No. 54.


PLANT PROTECTION (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 15th July, 1952).

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Plant Protection (Amendment)
Regulations, 1952, and shall be read as one with the Plant Protection Regulations,
1942, (S.R. & 0. 1942, No. 88) (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations).

2. Regulation 12 of principal Regulations amended. Regulation
12 of the principal Regulations is hereby amended by inserting the word
" Venezuela" between the words "Mexico and "Honduras"' in paragraphs (5)
and (6) thereof.

Made by the Governor in Council under section 15 of the Plant Protection
Ordinance, 1941, (No. 10 of 1941) this 6th day of June, 1952.

A. V. KING,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.


(B 54/1948).


P I T)D Y THI GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVRIIRMNT PRINTING O0 ICr,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 4 cents. ]
S t1 952.


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SAINT VINCENT. ///

STATUTORY RULES AND O ia

1952, No. 55. /

PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 2 0 C

(Gazetted 15th July, 1952).

1. Short title. This Notice may be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 22) Notice.
2. Amendment. The first schedule Part A to the Prices Control Order
(S R. & O. No. 25) is hereby amended by deleting all the words, figures and symbols
occurring in the columns opposite the article : "Cigarettes (Local) -' Empire',
and substituting therefore the following :
FIRST SCHEDULE-PART A.

Article. Maximum Wholesale Pric Maximum Retail Price.

Area "A" Area "B" Area "C."
OigaretLes (Local)
'Empire' $54.00 per case of
400 x O1's pkts.

$7.25 per carton, of 16c.perpkt. 16o.perpkt. 16c.perpkt
50 x 10's pkts. of 10 cigs. of 10 cigs. of 10 cigs.


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 : "Lard Barbados," "Margarine (Barbados)," "Pickled Mackerel
(Canada)," and substituting therefore the following :
FIRST SCHEDULE-PART B.

Article. Maximum Wholesale Price Maximum Retail Price.

Area "A" Area B" Area C."
Lard (Barba~dos) $12.40 per 25 lb. p;iil 56c. per lb. 57c. per lb. 58c. per lb.
Margarine (B/Jos) $16.16 per case of
6-5 lb. tins
$2.69 per 5 lb. tin 60c. per lb. 61c. per lb. 62c. per lb.
$13.37 per case of 62c. per l). 63c. per lb. Gic. per lb.
24-1 lb. tins
Pickled Mackerel
(Canada) $59.22 per brl. of 200 lbs. 35c. per lb. 36c. per lb. 37c. per lb.
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Area "A" means the town of Kingstown and within one mile thereof.
Area "B means all other places throughout the Colony other than those
mentioned in Areas A ind "C ".
Area C means all the villages of Overland, Sandy Bay, Owia, Fancy, Windsor
Forest and the St. Vincent Grenadines.

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

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




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