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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


Sublishld bh authority.


VOL. 85.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 SEPTEMBER, 1952. [No. 47.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 344.
HURRICANE NOTICE.

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


(Cautionary Warning
l A s (when news received of
rural Areasu an approaching hurricane)
includines warning t ta cer
Grenadines Warning to take cover


Cautionary Warning


Kingstown ... Warning to take cover



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

No. 432.
ANNOUNCEMENT.

The following text of :an announce-
ment made by the Prime Minister of
the U.K. in Parliament on the 29th July
is published for general informntiion :-
Some little time ;go I communic:nt-
ed to the other Prime Ministers in the
Commonwealth a proposal that we


- 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.



should meet in London in the latter
part of November to review together
the pressing issues of financial, com-
mercial and economic policy with
which our several Governments are
faced, some of which have been the
subject of continuous examination
since the Finance Ministers' meeting
in January of this year. It was our
hope that out of such discussions we
could work towards a constructive


328. 729S


















262 SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 2 SEPTEMBER, 1952.-(No. 47).


approach to the economic -problems
which beset the world.
I am glad to be able to inform the
House that the other Commonwealth
Prime Ministers have agreed that such
a meeting will be timely and useful
and that it will open in the last week
of November.
The Prime Minister of South Afri-
ca has told me that while le himself
would unfortunately have special dif-
ficulty in attending the conference at
the time proposed, his country will
be represented. The Prime Minister
of India will be unable to attend at
the time proposed, but the Govern-
ment of India have agreed to make
the appropriate airrangemeins for the
participation of India. All other
Commonwealth Prime Mihisters, in-
cluding the Prime Minister of South-
ern Rhodesia, hope to be present
themselves for the vbhole or part of
the conference. Arrangements will
also be inade for the representation of
the Colonial Territori es.
The conference will be preceded lby
prep:aratory discussions between offi-
cials of the CommoniweAdth countries.
I shall gi ive the lou~s further in-
formation on the subject in due
course.
2nd September, 1952.
(Sec. 4/1952).


No. 433.
COLONIAL STUDENTS.


LONDON SCHOOL OP ECONOMICS
POLITICAL SCIENCE.


AND


With reference to Government Notice
No. 325 of the 8th July, 1952, the follow-
ing which has been received from the
Director of Colonial Scholars is publish-
ed for general information:-
"I am informed by the London
School of Economics that the Aca-
demic Board has again areed that an
Entrance Examination should he held
for students wishing to enter the
School in October. l 0i53 to read for first
degrees. The date of the examination
will be Tuesday, 17 t February, but
this year the ex;i ini:ition will consist
of one paper only lasting three hours,
and combining the features of the
English and generall K no wlIedge
papers of previ ous yearsr. All candi-
dates taking the ltntrance Examina-
tion will be r,-quired to 1p;y a revised
entry fee of 3ll/-. Before a candidate
can be admitted to the School En-
,.rnoi n .Ynimin tfion. nCernmission has to


be obtained from the Overseas Stu-
dents Committee of the Academic
Board which considers all applications.
The last date for the receipt of appli-
cations will be the 1st January, 1953.
2. In order to avoid delays there is
no reason why intending candidates
for admission to the London School of
Economics should not make direct
application for permission to sit the
School Entrance Examination."
2nd September, 1952.
(E. 16/1947).


No. 434.
WEST INDIAN AGRICULTURAL
WORKERS IN THE U.S.A.

Satisfactory reports on the efficiency
and conduct of the West Indian Agricul-
iirai workers now in the United States
were among the matters brought to the
attention oi the Regional Labour Board
which met during the past week at Hast-
ings Hiouse, Barba los under the Chair-
maniship of Sir GEOIUiE SEEL, K.C.M.G.,
Coimptrollh r for Development & Welfare.
In the course of its d discussion the
1Board reviewed in detail the existing
tarangllements for the well being of the
West Indian Agiicultural workers.
Among, recent developments in this
direction has been the setting up of a
holding centre in Miami early in the
\year under the direction of Mr. ANSTEY
.JAQUES of Grenada. The Board con-
lirnled that this centre has been of great
assistance to West Indiansin transit to
anlI from the United States and formal-
ly approved its establishment. The
state-ment reem'rding the general success
of West Indian workers in America was
contained in a report by Mr. F. C.
CATCHPOLE, O.B.E., Labour Adviser to
the Comptroller and Mr. S. HOCHOY,
O.B.E., Labour Commissioner for Trini-
dad, who inspected the headquarters of
the Central Liaison Officer in Washing-
ton at the beginning of the year and also
visited some of the camps of West
Indian workers in different parts of the
United States.
In the course of its report this two
in;n committee expressed its satisfaction
with the work of the Organisation and
recommended that certain chan aes
should be le madwith a view to improv-
ing its (c'ectiveness. In particular it
wvas proposed that tlh post of Deputy
Liaison Officer should be filled on a
lpermlinent basis :as socni as possible and
tl:ht in view of the great distances that
Itlve to 1e traversed 1by the Liaison
Officers visiting the various camps, their
















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 SEPTEMBER, 1952.-(No. 47). 263


number should be increased during the
crop season. The Board adopted the
recommendations and recorded its full
confidence in Mr. HERBERT MacDoN-
ALD, O.B.E., Chief Liaison Officer and
his staff and its appreciation of the valu-
able services rendered by Mr. Mac-
DONALD since 1943.
As evidence of the good opinion of
West Indian workers held by American
employers Mr. CATCHPOLE and Mr.
HOCHOY stated that opportunities for
advancement were being increasingly
offered to West Inldians-for example to
posts as camp Supervisors though these
posts were formerly held by American
nationals. On their side a large number
of West Indians had renewed their
contracts. *
The Board devoted a good deal of
attention to the terms of the contracts
signed between employers and workers
and discussed means for improving them
as opportunity offered.
Among other decisions of the Board
was one to the effect that a pamphlet
should be prepared for use in all the
Colonies concerned which should ex-
plain fully and simply to each candidate
for employment the terms and condition
under which he would be working in
the United States.
It was noted that the number of West
Indians now employed in the United
States was equal to that of last year. It
was obviously not possible to make fore-
casts for the future since climatic and
many other conditions which could not
be predicted were involved. Meanwhile
there was no reason to suppose that
hopes for the continuance of the scheme
would prove to be unjustified.
2nd September, 1952.


No. 435.
SEISMIC INVESTIGATIONS, WIND-
WARD AND LEEWARD ISLANDS.

It is notified for general information
that under the terms of Colonial Devel-
opment and Research Scheme No. R462,
a grant of 19,300 has been made in
favour of the Governor of Trinidad for
setting up and maintaining Seismic Ob-
servation Stations in the Windward and
Leeward Islands ;lnd for a permanent
observer with headquarters in Trinidad.
2. Funds have ailsu been uroviied by
a Supolemenitary grant under Colonial
)Development and Welfarn Research
S:hlin: No. 23!A to meet tie cost of' ;
s-ond visit Iv Dr. P. L. WILLMORI,.
,.A.. Ph.D.. to the West Indies to
'p-.i'vis the establishment of the Ob-
s(rvin\ g Sta'ion's.


3. Mr. G. R. ROBSON has accepted an
offer of appointment as Observer to take
charge of the stations, and it is expected'
that he will arrive in Trinidad about the
middle of October and that Dr. WILL-
MORE will join him there.
2nd September, 1952.
(W. 3211946).



No. 436.
ASSISTANT CANADIAN GOVERNMENT
TRADE COMMISSIONER.

It is notified for general information
that Mr. ROGER R. PARLOUR has been
appointed as Assistant Canadian Govern-
ment Trade Commissioner for the Wind-
ward Islands and other countries
comprising the territory assigned to this
office.j
Mr. PARLOUR is expected to arrive
in Port of Spain, Trinidad, British West
Indies, on or about the 20th September,
1952, by R.M.S. Lady Rodney".
2nd September, 1952.
(T. 22/1943).


No. 437.
A


ASSUMPTION OF DUTY.


With reference to Government Notice
No. 411 of 19th August, 1952, Major
A. H. JENKINS arrived in the Colony
on 27th August, and assumed duties as
Superintendent of Police on that date.
2nd September, 1952.
(P. F. 360).



No. 438.
PAUPER AND LEPER ASYLUMS.

VISITING COMMITTEE.

The undermentioned personnel at
present constitute the Committee of
Official Visitors of the Pauper and Leper
Asylums under the provisions of Rule 3
of the Pauper and Leper Asylums
Rules, 1940:-
H. A. DAVIS, Esq., O.B.E., (Chair-
man).
R. T. SAMUEL, Esq.,
Revd. J. B. BROOMES, and
Miss MABEL SPROTT,
The Steward Dispenser. Pauper and
Leper Asylums. Secretary.
2nd September, 1952.
(M. 1/1941).
















264 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 SEPTEMBER, 1952.-(No. 47).


No. 439.
PROMOTION.

Mr. O. E. LEIGERTWOOD, Junior
Clerk, to a Senior Clerkship in the
General Clerical Service with effect
from 1st September, 1952.
2nd September, 1952.
(P.F. 237).


No. 440.


RESIGNATION.


The Reverend WALTER SPIETH as a
Marriage Officer of the Colony in respect
of the congregation of the General Coun-
cil of Co-operating Baptist Missions of
North America, Inc., with effect from
26th August, 1952.
2nd September, 1952.
(J. 22/1951).


No. 441.
LEGISLATION.

The following Document is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 70.-The Prices Control
(Amendment No. 29) Notice,
1952.
(J. 5/1951).
2nd September, 1952.


No. 442.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

The Administration Report on the
Income Tax Department ior the year
1950, is published with this issue of the
Gazette.
2nd September, 1952.

No. 443.
Copies of minutes of meetings of the
Legislative Council held on the 31st
July and 1st August, 1952, which may
also be seen at the Government Office,
Kingstown Library, and at all Revenue
Offices and District Post Offices, are
published w'th this issue of the Gazette.
2nd September, 1952.

No. 41(;.
CHILDREN'S HOME, FAIRHALL.

A n1ilications are invited for th I posts
of MI.,tr'on andl Assistant Matron ,of the
Fairlhlll Chiilrien's lomr, St. Vincent.
The salary for tihe post of MIatron will ,be


inthe scale $720 x 60-$1200perannum,
and the salary for that of Assistant
Matron will be in the scale $480 x 48-
$720 per annum. In both cases accom-
modation and meals will be provided.
The points at which successful applicants
will be placed in the scales will depend
on previous experience.
The Fairhall Children's Home will
cater for boys below the age of 14 who
are found to be in need of care and pro-
tection or who have become delinquents.
Applications from persons with ex-
perience in social work, especially in.
connection with the care of children,
will be given special consideration, as
will applications from married women.
Applications should reach the Educa-
tion Officer at the Department of Educa-
tion, Kingmtown, St. Vincent, not later
than the 16th September, 1952.
19th August, 1952.
(D.W. 1149).

By Command,

A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
2nd September, 1952.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

EDUCATION NOTICES.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

TERM III, 1952.

Term III, 1952, begins on lMonday,
15th Seplember at 10.30 a.m.

W. M. LOPEY,
Healnmaster.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
25th August, 1952.


GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.

TERM Ill, 1952.

Term III. 1952, begins on Monday,
1.5th September at 10.30 a.m.

J. M. BUCHAN,
Hecadmistress.

GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL,
25th August, 1952.
















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 SEPTEMBER, 1952.-(No. 46). 265


POST OFFICE NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that as from 1st September, 1952,
the Poundage on British Postal Orders
will be as follows:--


Postal Order.
Gd. to 11-
1/6 td 2/6
3/- to 5/-
7/6 to 21/-
40/-


Poundage.
3d.
... d.
... d.
... 6d.
10d.
lOd.


McD. SMITH,
Acting Colonial Postmaster.
GENERAL POST OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.,
21st August, 1952.


BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD.

Persons in possession of Barbados,
British Guiana and Trinidad & Tobago
Government Currency notes are request-
ed to exchange them for British Carib-
bean Currency notes with as little delay
as possible.
Barclays Bank (D.C. & 0.), will ex-
change the currency nctes on application,
until further notice.
L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency
Board.
BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY
BOARD,
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
PORT' OF-SPAIN,
TRINIDAD, B.W.I.
7th August, 1952.
!(F. 71/1950).


BRITISH PROPERTY RIGHTS AND
INTERESTS IN JAPAN.

British owners of property in Japan
are informed that provision is made in
the Treaty of Peace with Japan for the
return to its owners of the property of
each Allied Power and its nationals
which was in Japan at any time between
December 7, 1941 and September 2,
19r5. Where property has not yet been
returned, or where the owner has not
yet accepted the return of hi3 property,
application for its return must be made
to the Japanese Government within
nine months of tlie date of coining into
force of the Treaty. that is before Janu-
ary 28, 1953.


The Treaty also provides for compen-
sation in respect of loss of or damage to
Allied Powers' property which was
within Japan on December 7, 1941. To
give effect to this provision of the Trea-
ty, the Japanese Government have pro-
mulgated a special law, the Allied Pow-
ers Property Compensation Law. Under
this law property owners must, if they
have not already done so, make applica-
tion, within nine months of the coming
into force of the Treaty, for the return
of their property, which would entail
the acceptance of any damaged property
which is returnable in its present state,
if they wish to make a claim for com-
pensation for loss or damage. Claims
for compensation must be lodged with
the Japanese Government within eigh-
teen months of the coming into force of
the Peace Treaty, i.e. before October 28,
1953.
It has been arranged that applications
for return of property and compensation
claims are to be made to the Japanese
Government through the Government
of each Allied Power. Her Majesty's
Government are, therefore, making ar-
rangements for the presentation of ap-
plications for return and of compensa-
tion claims of British subjects.
Property which may be the subject of
a claim includes movable and immov-
able property, bank balances or debts
which have b-en paid into the Special
Property Administration Account in
the Bank of Japan, but does not include
monetary credits or debts which have
not been so unid.
British "ubj c': in St. Vielnr w-,v'n
may wish to prf'-r climins within the
descriltion :1,h',' honld ,aply at once
for :Ilvice to the Cuns 'llan of Enenim
Property, St. Vincent.
D. ELSON WEEKS,
Custodian of Enemy Property.
18th August, 1952.


ELECTRICITY DEPARTMENT.

Interruption to the Supply whilst the
C.D.C. are erecting wires in connection
with the Hydro-Electric Project will be
inevitable.
Consumers are hereby notified that it
will not be possible to give warning of
such interruptions.
These interruptions, however, will in
general be of short duration and every
effort will be nnde to minimise the in-
convenience caused.
*J. MALONEY,
Acting Superintendent. Elec-
tricity & Treleihone Department.
13th August, 1952.
















266 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 SEPTEMBER, 1952.-(No. 47).


SAINT VINCENT.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS.
(Original Jurisdiction)
A.D. 1952

Suit No. 16


Between
MACK RICHARDS
and
CLEMENT LAWRENCE


Plaintiff

Defendant


NOTICE is hereby given that on Satur-
day the 13th day of September, 1952,
between the hours of 12 o'clock noon
and 3.00 p.m., there will be put up for
sale at the Court House in Kingstown
the undermentioned goods and chattels
the property of the abovenamed defen-
dant CLEMENT LAWRENCE levied
upon by virtue of a writ of seizure and
sale issued in the above suit:-
One Ford Truck T 223.
D. ELSON WEEKS,
Acting Registrar.
REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
20th August, 1952.


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE
ORDINANCE, 1948.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that the Quarterly Licensing
Session will be held at the Court House,
Clifton, Union Island on Friday, 19th
September, 1952 at 10.00 a.m. for the
purpose of considering applications
from persons in the parish of the South-
ern Grenadines for the granting of Cer-
tificates in accordance with the Liquor
Licence Ordinance, 1948.
Notice of intention to oppose the
grant of any licence stating in general
terms the ground of the opposition must
he served upon the licensed dealer and
upon the Magistrate not less than seven
clear days before the day fixed for the
holding of the Licensing Session.

M. B. BROWNE,
Magistrate,
Third District.

MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
UNION ISLAND,
25th August, 1952.


CUSTOMS NOTICE.

Acting on instructions received from
The Federal Insurance Company of New
York 38, N.Y. I will put up for sale by
Public Auction on Wednesday 1st day
of October, 1952, at 1.30 p.m., at the
Police Station at Ashton, Union Island
the undermentioned:-
One Row Boat, built in the U. S. A.
bearing Patent No. 2353020
and marked Dyer Dhow,
Anchorage, Warren Island.
Dimensions
8 feet overall and 4 feet
wide.
Colour Mahogany stained.
Build Bow and stern with centre-
board box, and hole for spar
in seat. Has rubber fenders.
The boat may be seen at the Police
Station, at Ashton, Union Island on
application to the N.C.O. in charge.
M. B. BROWNE,
Receiver of Wreck.
Union Island,
St. Vincent Grenadines.
29th August, 1952.
(S. 3/1944).


CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION.

NOTICE OF SPECIAL GENERAL
MEETING.

I hereby give notice that there will
be a Special General Meeting of the
Civil Service Association at the Peace
Memorial Hall on Wednesday the 17th
September, 1952, commencing at
3.00 p.m.
AGENDA.
1. Reading of the Minutes of the
last General Meeting held on the
23rd April, 1952.
2. Confirmation of the Minutes.
3. Matters arising out of the minutes.
4. Information relative to Salaries
Commissioner's report.
5. General Discussion-
Working conditions of Civil
Servant personnel.
6. Correspondence.
7. Other business.
C. R. WILLIAMS,
Secretary.
St. Vincent Civil Service
Association,
1st September, 1952.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 SEPTEMBER, 1952.-(No. 47). 267


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948.

It is hereby notified for general information that the Quarterly Licensing
Sessions will be held in the under-mentioned Parishes for the purpose of con-
sidering applications from applicants in their respective Parishes for the
granting of Certificates in accordance with the Liquor Licence Ordinance,
1948, at the time and places following :-


Parish.


Time and Place of Session.


St. George & St. Andrew ... At the Court House, Kingstown, on Wed-
nesday, 24th September, 1953, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon.
Charlotte ... At the Court House, Georgetown, on
Friday, 19th September. 1952, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon.
St. Patrick ... At the Court House, Barronallie, on
Thursday, 11th September, 1952, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon.
St. David ... At the Court House, Ch:tecaubelair, on
Tuesday, 16th September, 1952, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon.
Grenadines ... At the Court House, Port Elizabeth,
Bequnia, on Wednesday, 3rd September,
1952, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon.
Notice of intention to oppose the grant of any Certificate stating in general
terms the grounds of the opposition, must be served upon the applicant and
upon the Magistrate not less than seven days before the day fixed for the holding
of this Licensing Session.
D. K. McINTYRE,
Magistrate.
PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.


Parish.


St. George & St.
Andrew
























Charlotte






Grenadines


Name of Applicant.


George E.
Alexander
Wilfred Lewis

Bottlers Ltd.
Ormond Williams

Fitzroy Browne

Frederick John
Philmore Joslyn
Cecil Rose

Henry Payne
Magdelin Browne
Amy Collins


William O'Garro


Francis DaSilva


Clement H.
Straker
Mannings Prince

Leonora Taylor
Cecil Yearwood


Occupation.


Parlour
Keeper


Merchants
Shopkeeper


Residence.


Kingstown


Rivulet
Stubbs

Calder
Carriere
Questelles


Buccament
Bay

Vermont




,, Chapman's
Village
S Byera Hill
Georgetown


Henry A. Coombs Merchant
Guildford L.
St. Hilaire Shopkeeper Hamilton,
Bequia


Situation of
Premises.


Pauls Avenue,
Kingstown
Lower Middle
St., K/town
Kingstown
Middle Street,
Kingstown
James Street,
Kingstown
Kingstown
Rivulet
Stubbs-Transf er
of Premises
Calder
Carriere
Questelles-
Transfer of
Name
Buccament Bay
-Transfer o f
Premises
Richland Park
-Transfer of
Premises
Vermont

Chapman's
Village
Byera Hill
Georgetown-
Transfer of
Name
Georgetown

Hamilton,
Bequia


MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE.
KINGSTOWN,
14th August, 1952.













2GS SAINT VINCENT; TUESDAY, 2 SEPTEMBER, 1952.-(No. 47)..


CONTROL NOTICES.

RETUR- 0Oi STOCKS.

With reference to the Prices Control
Order S.R. & 0. 1917, No. 25, all traders
are hereby notified that until further
notice the return of stocks usually sub-
mitted moiTthly to the Controller of
Supplies by 12.o'clock noon on the 2nd
day of each month must now be sub-
mitted twice monthly, namely, by 12
o'clock noon on the 2nd day and on the
17th day of each month, the return to
contain stocks of the articles in Part B
of the First Schedule held by them on
the 1st and 15th day of each month
respectively.
2. This measure is being taken as an
emergency during the Hurricane Season.
Dated this i9th day of August, 1952.


(T. 30/1950).


Notice is hereby given that the impor-
tation of Laundry Soap into the Colony,
except from Barbados, is forbidden, and
that the importation of Flour and Rice
by private individuals is subject to the
following limits:-


Flour
Rice


.. 25 lbs.
.. 25 Ibs.


Any importation of Flour or Rice in
excess of 25 lbs. will be subject to con-
fiscation.

G. C. H. THOMAS,
Acting Controller of Supplies.

CONTROL DEPARTMENT,
15th August, 1952.


(A. 21/1951).


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT'
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195


SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1952, No. 70.


PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 29) NOTICE.

(Gazetted 2nd September 1952).

1. Short title. This Notice may be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 29) Notice.
2. Amendment. The prices set out hereunder are the Maximum prices
for which the articles enumerated may be sold in the Colony and the First Schedule
Part A to the Prices Control Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby amrended by
deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns opposite the
article: "Meat (locally slaughtered) -Turtle-Steak, Stew," and substituting
therefore the following :
FIRST SCHEDULE-PART A.

Article. Maximum 'Wholesale Prace. Maximum Retail Price.

Area 'A" Area B" Area "u." Area A' Area B" Area' U.
Meat (locally
slaunhtered)
Turtle-Steak ... Ic 14c 12c. 24c. I 22e. 20e.
per lb. perlb.lb. pelb.l per l. per lb. per lb.
Stew ... 20c. 18c. 16c.
prr lb. per lb. per lb.

FIRST SCHEDUL--PART B.

Article. MJaximum VWholesale Price Maximum Retail Price.

Area "A" Area B" Area C."
Cookine Butter-
Palin Tree ... $97.85 per c;se of $1.13 per 1b. $1.14 p-r lb. $1.15 per Ib.
4-25 lb. tins

$24.47 per tin of 25 lbs. $1.13 per lb. $1.14 perlb. $1.15 per lb.
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Article. Maximum Wholesale Price Maximum Retail Price.

Area A" Area B" Area C."
Cooking Butter-
Palm Tree .. $102.26 per case of $1.13 per lb. $1.14 per lb. $1.15 per Ib.
20--5 lb. tins
$5.12 per tin
$106.67 per case of $1.20pertin $1.21pertin $1.22 per tin
100-1 lb. tins

Onion-Madeira ... $13.74 per crate 17c. per lb. 18c. per Ib. 19c. per lb.


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

Made by the Compelsnt Authority under section 30 of the Prices Control
Order 1 47 (S.R. & O. 'No. 25) this 2nd day of September, 1952.
G. C. H. THOMAS,
SActing Controller of Supplies.
(J. 5/1951).

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




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