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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 81: The Colonial Police and Fire Brigades Long Service Medal (Amendment) Regulations, 1952
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 82: The Juveniles (Approved Schools) Rules, 1952
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 83: The Prices Control (Amendment No. 33) Notice, 1952
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SAINT VINCIENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 85.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 SEPTEMBER, 1952. [No. 52.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 488.


RETURN OF ACTING ADMINISTRATOR TO COLONY.


With reference to Government Notices Nos. 485 and 486 of 26th September,
1952, His Honour CYPRIAN BERNARD GIBBS, Acting Administrator, returned
to the Colony by air on the afternoon ol the 28th Septlniber, 1952, and resumed
the administration of the Governmient of St. Vincent.
30th September, 1952.
(P. F. 170)


No. 489.


APPOINTMENTS,


Dr. I. A. E. KIRBY, D.V.M., V.S.,
D.I.C.T.A., as Veterinary Officer, Depart-
ment of Agriculture, with effect from
1st August, 1952.
30th September, 1952
(P. F. 268).
No. 490.
The following persons have been ap-
pointed as Assistant Masters, Grammar
School:-
Mr. THEODORE WORRELL. on proba-
tion for one year with effect from 11th
September, 1952 ;
(P. F. 634).


No. 491.
VENEZUELAN CONSULATE, TRINIDAD.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 510 of. the 23rd October, 1951, it is
notified for general information that
Sefor Dr. DON CARLOS SIMON ALAMO
has been appointed as Venezuelan Con-
sul-General in Trinidad in place of Dr.
CARLOS JULIO ROJAS,3i- o br
2. Pending the issue of Her Majesty's
exequatur this Government has accorded
Seiior Dr. ALAMO provisional recogni-
tion in his consular capacity.
30th September, 1952.
(R. 1/1948).

No. 492.


Mr. EUGENIO MOORE, on probation! TRANSFER.
for one year with effect from L9th Sop-
tember, 1952. With reference to Government Notice
(P. F. 636). No. 446 of 9th September, 1952, Mr.
30th September, 1952. G. A. GRANT, Superintendent of Works,



S28. '72

s 15 S5


ublijhe+d b g iithoi'tt.













290 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 SEPTEMBER, 1952.-(No. 52).


left the Colony by C. N. S. "Lady
Rodney" on 28th September to take up
his new appointment as Director of
Works, Dominica.
30th September, 1952.
(P. F. 50).

No. 493.
POST OF SUPERINTENDENT OF
POLICE.

With reference to Notice No. 437
appearing in the Official Gazette of 22nd
September, 1952, the holder of the post
of Superintendent of Police, St. Vincent,
will be designated by the military title,
and will hold the rank of Lieutenant-
Colonel.
30th September, 1952.
(J. 3/1943).

No. 494.
LEAVE NOTICES.

VACATION LEAVE.

Mrs. KATHLEEN PAUL (n6e CON-
NELL) has been granted six months'
vacation leave, prior to retirement from
the Service, with effect from 1st Sep-
tember, 1952.
30th September, 1952.
(P. F. 319).

No. 495.
Mrs. ERCELLE CUMMINGS, Junior
Clerk, Electricity and Telephoncs De-
partmnent. three months' vacation -;ive
with effect from l.th Sept!(n er. 1)952.
3)th September, 1952.
(P. F. 211).

No. 496.
RESIGNATION.

Miiss ROSAMUND COOLS-LARTIGUE,
Junior Clerk, Government Office, I-as
resigned with effect I rom 30(h Se|'tem-
bet, 1952.
310th S,,ptember, 1952.
(P.F. 512).

No. 497.
LEGISLATION.

The under-mentioned Ordinances
which have been assented to by H s
Excellence the Governor are published
for general information with this issue
of the Gazette:-
No. 24 of 1952.-An Ordinance to
provide for notification of Acci-
dents and Occupational Diseases.
(L. 211950).


No. 25 of 1952.-An Ordinance to
amend the Hydro-Electric Ordin-
aiace, 1951.
P. (211951).
No. 26 of 1952.-An Ordinance to
amend the Passenger Boats Ordin-
ance, Cap. 201.
(S. 1/1948).
No. 27 of 1952.-An Ordinance to
amend the Agricultural Products
Protection Ordinance, Cap. 31.
(B. 3/1944).
30th September, 1952.

No. 498.
The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified that
Her Majesty the QUEEN will not be ad-
vised to exercise her power of disallow-
ance in respect of the following Ordin-
ance of this Government :-
No. 11 of 1952.-An Ordinance to
amend the Workmen's Compen-
sation Ordinance.
(W. 20/1946).
30th September, 1952.

No. 499.
The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette :-
S.R. & 0. No. 81.-The Colonial Police
and Fire Brigades Long Service
Medal (Amendment) Regulations,
1952.
(J. 707/1934).
S.R. & O. No. 82.-The Juveniles
(Approved Schools) Rules, 1952.
(J. P.1('1 t ,a )
S R. & 0. No. 83.-The Prices Control
(Amendmentn No. 33) Notice.
1952.
(J.1. i1951).
30th September, 1952.


N. 482.
SALLY; OF AGRICULTURAL
PUBLICATIONS.

I; i notified f, r general information
thac iwo I por ts of interest to farmers
:i;il o(il r pi) sons who are interested in
til Ag' iculural development of St.
\'incni havl been recently Ipublished,
: diiil :i limited number is available for
:':e to th. n, blic.
Til- reports are:-
i i A reportt on the Suitability of
St. Vincent for the increased
rroinuction of Coffee by A. M.
Pratt, Coffee Officer, Jamaica.
Price per copy 32c.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 SEPTEMBER, 1952.-(No. 52). 291


(2) Memorandum on Increased Pro- Enquiries for these publications
duction by J. M. Cave, Super- should be made from the Government
intendent of Agriculture, St. Printer.
Vincent. Price per copy 44c. 23rd September, 1952.

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
Rural Areas (when news received of
including the an approaching hurricane)
Grenadines r
Grenadines Warning to take cover


Cautionary Warning



Kingstown ... Warning to take cover


- 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).


By Command,


GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
30th September, 1952.


A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER NOTICES.

AGRICULTURAL NOTICES.

VEGETABLE SEEDS.

It is hereby notified for general information t.at a new shipment of vege-
table seeds has arrived and will be on sale at the office of the Department of
Agriculture on week da ys between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon and from
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the following prices:-


Cabbage Succession
,, Early Jersey Wakefield
Early Flat Dutch Steins
Carrot Oxheart & Chatenay
Beets Detnit Dark Red
Beans Kentucky Wonder Wax
,, Pole Lima:
Cucinmnblr Arlington White Spine
Egg plant Black Beauty
Tomato MIarglobe
Giin ; Ponderosa
Turnip Early Wlhite Flat Dutch
Onion Eairl Yellow Globe
Okia White Velvet
Lettuce Minii-onette
28th August, 1952.


39c.
39c.
39c.
27c.
20c.
6c.
(;c.
28c.
83c.
85c.
85c.
20c.
45c.
lic.
39c.


1ec.
lec.
lec.
7c.
6c.


Sc.
21c.
22c.
22c.
2e.
6c.
12c.
4c.
10c.


pkt.
pkt.
pkt.
pkt.
pkt.


pkt.
pkt.
pkt.
pkt.
pkt.
pkt.
pkt.
pkt.


The following )nor :try are nvaila,]e 3 Roosters 18 month
for sale at Canciden Park Experiment lb.
Station :-J.M.
Price. Superintendent
6 Cockerels 3- months old $2.40 each 24th September, 1952.
4 ,, 6 ,, ,, $3.00 ,. (A. 24/1051).


ihs old 48 per

CAVE,
of Agriculture.











292 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 SEPTEMBER, 1952.-(No. 52).


MEDICAL REGISTRATION NOTICES. (SAINT VINCENT.


The undermentioned
day been registered
Nurse:-


person has this
as a Trained


rMedical Name. Residence.
SDistrict.

II Providence,
North Doris Troumaca


The undermentioned persons have
this day been registered as Midwives:

Medical
Medical Name. Residence.
District.

II
South Jack, Elvis Barrouallie
II
North Stapleton, Leila Troumaca

A. V. KING,
Medical Registrar.
30th September, 1952.

REGISTRATION OF MIDWIFE.

The undermentioned person has this
day been registered as a Midwife:-
ESTELITA DELVES of Sandy Bay.
A. V. KING,
Medical Registrar.
23rd September, 1952.
(M. 4/1950).

CONTROL NOTICES.

With reference to Control Notice
dated 6th May, !9.52, forbidding the
importation inio the colony from Cana-
da of ceV'iiin iteIms whici might ha ve
been affected by Frmt cld Month Dis-
ease, notice is hfrl hy given th it this
prohibition hals been removed ;i :, re-
snlt of CUinad;'s now beiii declared free
of Foot and iMouti dise.ise.
6th Septi)mber, 51;2.
(M. 2'19-t2).

Thel Control No;',(- caieid 15lh An-
gulist. 195 lr li'i, l th i!m p> rtati:;]
of Latnnilry Soui, I iiic alind FI"nl is
ihrelby tnmeni-Itd to ,xcltde Lini dlry
Soap ain Rice. The r'.striction 0;' thon
importation of Flour remin:i:s.
G. C. IT. THOMAS,
Acting Con roller o(f Supplies.
19th September, 3152.
(A. 24/1951).


IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND LEE-
WARD ISLANDS.
(Original Jurisdiction)
A.D. 1950.

Suit No. 2.


Between
JOHN A. DaSOUZA
and
SAMUEL GEORGH


Plaintiff,

Defendant.


NOTICE is hereby given that on Satur-
day the 4th day of October, 1952, between
the hours of 12 o'clock noon and 3 p.m.,
there will be put up for sale at the Court
House in Kingstown the undermention-
ed goods and chattels the property of
the abovenamed defendant SAMUEL
GEORGE levied upon by virtue of a writ
of seizure and sale issued in the above
suit :-
One house the sides boarded and the
roof covered with galvanize iron
situated at Stubbs in St. George's
Parish.
Dated the 10th day of September, 1952.
D. ELSON WEEKS,
Acting Registrar Supreme Court.


ELECTION NOTICE.

GEORGETOWN TOWN BOARD.

Notice is hereby given that in accord-
ance with section i63 of the Georgetown
Town BI)ard (Election of Members) By-
Laws, the Warden of Geor'getown will
be in attendance at the Police Station,
(Georgetownl, on \Molndai 24th Novem-
ber, 1952, I ron 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to re-
eeive Inominations for the election of
four imnihers to serve oin the George-
tovwn Town Board, f'or the term com-
mencing 1st J nuiary.. 1953, :1nd ending
31st December. 1.54.
2. The r, tiring members. \Messrs. St.
Aniiyn C.it,, Ri,,bert tay, THeniri v A.
Coomhs :nd1 Albrt W illi;inis aire (-li-
'ii!l' for re-electinii.
3. Should a tpi)i Ieo *(o iiri'd it will
be t;ikcen at the Police (%tiion l Mon-
day, Ist December. 1952', frl'i 9 ; a.m. to
T2 n(on, iad from11 P .ni to 5.310 .m.
I. Th] Iloll oir El cltis his In .-ii re-
viseii ;anI can ib" se"-n at tl. Police
Station and Revenue Oliice, George-
town.
C. A. S PAY,
Wardiin and R '1/1r'ning
Officer.


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


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225


SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1-52, No. 81.



COLONIAL POLICE AND FIRE BRIGADES LONG
SERVICE MEDAL (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS.


(Gazetted 30th September, 1952).



1. Short title. Tlhse Regulations may be cited as the Colonial Police and
Fire Brigades Long Service Medal (Amendment) Regulations, 1952.

2. Amendment. The Regulations made by the Administrator on the 9th
day of April, 1935, under Article 8 of a Royal Warrant dated the 23rd day of March,
1934, as amended by Regulations made on the 3rd day of May, 1935, are hereby
amended by the deletion of the word Sub-Inspector in section 1 thereof, and
the substitution therefore of the words Assistant Superintendent."


Made by the Governor under Article 8 of a Royal Warrant dated the 23rd day
of March, 1934, this 23rd day of September 1952.

BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Administrator.
(J. 707/1934).


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


[ Price 4 cents. ]


1952.






SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1952, No. 82.

JUVENILES (APPROVED SCHOOLS) RULES.

(Gazetted 3Cth September, 1952).

1. Short title. These Rules may be cited as the Juveniles (Approved
Schools) Rules, 1952.

2. Interpretation. In these Rules the following expressions have
meanings hereby respectively assigned to them, that is to say-
Managers means in relation to an approved school the persons appointed
under Rule 3 of these Rules to have the management or control thereof;
the Ordinance means the Juveniles Ordinance, No. 20 of 1952;
school means a school approved by the Governor in Council under section
14 of the Ordinance;
the Secretary means the Secretary to the Managers.

3. (1) Appointment etc of Managers. The managers of an approved
school shall consist of the Education Officer, the Probation Officer and five other
members appointed by the Governor.
The Education Officer and the Probation Officer shall in relation to the
Managers perform the duties of Chairman and Secretary respectively.
(2) At least.three of the managers of an approved school shall be women.

4. Meetings of Managers. The managers shall meet so far as
practicable once a month, and one meeting at least in each quarter shall be held at
the school.

5. Minute of Meetings. The managers and any committee appointed
by them shall keep minutes of their proceedings and these minutes shall be open
to inspection by any person or persons appointed by the Governor for that purpose.

6. Managers' visits to school. The managers shall maintain an
efficient standard throughout the school. They shall satisfy themselves by
frequent visits to the school that the clothing, maintenance and education of the
juveniles under their care are satisfactory. They shall exercise an effective
control over all expenditure.

7. Financial provision for school. Financial provision for recurrent
and other expenditure in connection with a school shall be made each year in the
Estimates of the Department of Education.







8. Accommodation. The total -nmber of juveniles resident in a school
at any time shall not exceed such numbers as may be fixed for the school from
time to time by the Governor in Council,

9. (1) Appointment of Staff. The managers shall be responsible
subject to the ai:proval or otherwise of the Governor in Council for the
.appointcnft, suc-pens:on cr dismissal of the staff of the school under their control.
(2) The Matron, Teace'c-s and Inst'ructcrs of a school shall be employed under
written agreen-E n v ;iih the Managers.

10. Tenure: of ffice of Staff. Except with the consent of the Governor
in Council in -;riLin; no member of ihe staff of a school shall be retained after
reaching the cge c- six'y years.

11. (1) Outie3 of ~ Zk.i'il. The Matron shall be responsible to the
managers for the 1icient c(-n1'uct of the school.

(a) a Register o dimjsiio:. and Discharges in which shall be recorded all
ac .-,issicns, ]ic.:mncc, revocations, licence recalls, releases and discharges;
(b) a Log Book in which shall be entered every event of importance
connctedl with ithe school;
(c) a Daily Regis- r of the presence or absence of each juvenile; and
(d) a Punish-ment Book;
all of which shall be available for inspection by the managers at all times.
(3) The Log Book shall be laid before the managers at each of their meetings
and shall be signed by the Chairman.
(4) The Matron shall keep and be responsible for the safe custody of the
journals, registers, account Looks, commitments and other documents confided to
her care, andr shall produce for inspection any such books and documents as may
be required by the managers or o. cial visitors.
(5) The Matron shall not incur any expenditure other than petty expenditure
within a limit approved by the managers without their previous sanction or that of
a manager authorised to act in their behalf.

12. Matron to determine duties of other members of staff,
The Matron with the approval of the managers shall determine the duties of the
other members of the staff. These duties may include duties connected with the
supervision of the juveniles in the school, their recreations and their after-care.

13. (1) Duty of Matron leaving school. The Matron shall obtain
the authority of the managers and shall notify the Secretary before leaving the
school for more than twenty-four hours.
(2) Before leaving the school for any shorter period she shall depute an
experienced member of the staff to exercise her duties.

14. Duty of Managers in absence of Matron for more tlia
twenty-four hours. The Managers shall appoint in writing an efierieaced
member of the staff to exercise the duties of the Matron during her aUsence for





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more than twenty-four hours, and shall communicate to the Governor the name of
the person so appointed.

15. Procedure on admission of juvenile to school. As soon as imay
be practicable after the admission of a juvenile the Matron shall inform the
juvenile's parent or guardian of his arrival.

16. (1) Care of Juveniles. E.ch juvenile 1 hall be provic',d with a
separate bed and shall be kept supplied with suitable clothing similar to that worn
in ordinary life.
(2) The juveniles shall be su!:,I!Iied 'wih srffi'et and varied food based on a
dietary scale to be drawn up by ,he managers after consultation with the Matron
and a Medical Officer. The dietary scale' 11hll include the list ci dishes and a table
of quantities to be supplied to each juvenile.
(3) The dietary scale shall be subject to the approval of -th', Senior Medical
Officer, and no substantial alteration shall be mp.de in it without the approval of
the Senior Medical Officer.
(4) A eopy of the diet scale shall be kept posed in the icooci kitc?.cn.

17. (1) School Routine. Thie daily routine of the echoal (including the
hours of rising, schoolroom instruction, practical trai.in:., domestic work, meals,
recreation and retiring) shall be in accordance viih a schemle" apiT:-'ved ifro-i tiim
to time by the Managers.
(2) A copy of the daily routine shall be kept posted in the school kitchen.
(3) Any substantial deviation from the daily routine shall be entered in the
Log Book and a notification shall be sent forthwith to t!~ Secretary.

18. (1) Education of Juvenilec.% The education given in the school
shall be based on the principles of the Codc of Regulations for Government and
Assisted Primary Schools in the Colony so as to --icure adequate primary education
for juveniles of school age and their continued education thereafter so long as they
remain in the school. The pupils of thL school sh.!ll be examined annually by
inspectors of the Department of Education.
(2) The school room timetable and syllabus shall be subject to approval by
the Managers. A copy of the timetable shall c'e kept posIt.d in the schoolroom.
(3) The practical training of all juveniles. shall be in accordance with a
scheme approved from time to time by the Managers. Any substantial deviation
from the scheme shall be entered in the Log Bcok and a notification shall be sent
forthwith to the Secretary.
(4) The attendance of juveniles in the schoolroom and at all classes of
practical training shall be recorded in registers which shall be marked in
accordance with the regulations of the Departmrent of Education.
(5) The practical training given to juveniles ovr the age of fourteen years
shall, so far as may be practicable, be directed to their preparation for a particular
form of employment. Regard shall be had to the capacity and pr-ference of each
juvenile and whenever possible the parent or guardian sh.ll be consulted.

19. Employment of Juveniles. .No juvenile shall be employed in such
a w.y as to impair his capacity for profiting by in struction or to deprive him of





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rc-scnable recreation and leisure. Juveniles under twelve shall not be employed
except in light vor:k such as making their own buds or cleaning their own shoes.

20. (1) Religious Instruction. Each day shall be begun with simple
worship. So far as may be practicable, arrangements shall be made for the
attendance of juvenile's each Sunday at an approved place of worship.
(2) Religious instruction shall be given suited to the age and capacity of the
juveniles.
(3) The Managers shall so far as nay be practicable arrange for juveniles to
receive religious assistance and instruction from a minister of the religion to which
they belong.

21. (1) Recreation. %.dequa.e provision shall tLa made for free time and
recreation, including organized gaeis and walks and visits outside the school
boundaries. Except in bad weather, at hlast one hour shall be spent in the open
air each day.
(2) So far -s reasonably possible, a holiday away from the school shall be
arranged annually fcr each juvenil'3.
(2) Reasonabcl l'cmo ieave may be granted to each juvenile each year unless
circumstances make it undesirable.

22. (1) Letters and visits. Juveniles shall be encouraged to write to
their parents at least once a month and for this purpose postage stamps shall be
provided, if necessary, by th'i managers.
(2) Juveniles shall be allowed to receive letters from their parents, relatives
and friends and, at such reasonable intervals as the managers may determine,
visits from them.
(3) The Mvlatron may suspend any of the facilities specified in this rule or in
rule 21 of these Rules if ;hie is satisfied that they interfere with the discipline of
the school. Such suspen-ion shall be recorded in the Log Book.

23. Discipline. The discipline of th'e school shall be maintained by the
personal influence of the Matron and staff and shall be promoted by a system of
rewards and privileges.

24. Pulnishiienlt. When punishment is necessary for tlhe maintenance of
discipline one of the follo,,ving methods shr;li e adopled-
(i) forfeiture of r-:ward or privileges or temporary loss of recreation;
(ii) separation frinc otl.r j-uvcnls : Provided that this punishment shall
only be used ;n cxcIptiori.a. ca.:; and subject to the following
conditions :-
(a) no juvenile under the age of twelve years shall be kept in
separation;
(b) the room u;.n d for the purpose shall be light and airy and kept
lighted aLter dark;
(c) sEcme io-m r occupation shl a! be given;
(5) mean; of comi: l_,nicat'on with a member of the staff shall be
provioded;
(!) i tl:e p!:-s.t tcn is 1C be co-ntinia. d for more than twenty-four
hours, the circumstances should be reported immediately to the
Secretary and his consent shall be obtained;







(iii) corporal punishment; Provided that every effort shall be made to
secure proper training without resort to corporal punishment. Where
it is found necessary, its application shall be in strict accordance with
rule 25 of these Rules.

25. Corporal Punishment. Corporal punishment in a school shall be
subject to the following conditions-
(a) it shall be inflicted only with a cane or tawse of a type to be approved
by the Managers;
(b) if applied on the palm of the hand, the cane shall be used and the
number of strokes shall not exceed three on each palm, but no boy over
fifteen shall be so punished;
(c) if applied on the posterior with a cane, or tawse, it shall be applied over
the boy's ordinary cloth trousers and the number of strokes shall not
exceed six for boys under fifteen, or eight for boys of fifteen and over :
Provided that in exceptional cases, with the special approval of one of
the managers, twelve strokes may be administered to boys of fifteen and
over;
(d) no boy with any physical or mental disability shall be so punished
without the sanction of a Medical Officer;
(e) it shall, subject to the provisions of paragraph (g) of this rule, be
inflicted by the Matron (or during her absence by the officer appointed
under rule 14 of these Rules to exercise the duties of the Matron) or by
an officer of the school in the presence and under the direction of the
Matron;
(f) subject to the provisions of paragraph (g) of this Rule, it shall not be
inflicted in the presence of other boys;
(g) for minor offences committed in the schoolroom by boys under fifteen,
the principal teacher may be authorised by the managers to administer
with the cane not more than two strokes on each hand. Where the
principal teacher is so authorised by the Managers to administer
corporal punishment, he shall keep a book to be known as the
Schoolroom Punishment Book and he shall at once enter therein any
corporal punishment inflicted by him under this paragraph.

26. (1) Record of Corporal Punishment. The Matron shall be
responsible for the immediate recording of all corporal punishments and other
such serious punishments in the Punishment Book which she is required to keep
under Rule 11 of these Rules, except corporal punishment inflicted by the principal
teacher under paragraph (g) of Rule 25 of these Rules.
(2) The Matron shall examine the Schoolroom Punishment Book, if any, at
least once a week and shall sign it.
(3) The Punishment Book (and the Schoolroom Punishment Book, if any)
shall be examined and signed by the Chairman of the Managers from time to time.
These Books shall also be shown to the Medical Officer at least once a quarter.

27. Unauthorised punishment by member of staff. Except as
provided by these Rules, no member of the staff shall inflict any kind of
punishment. Any person who commits a breach of this rule shall render himself
liable to instant dismissal.





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28. Juveniles not permitted to punish each other. No juvenile
shall be allowed to administer any form of punishment to any other juvenile.

29. Placing out of juveniles. It shall be the duty of the managers to
place out on licence each juvenile as soon as he has made sufficient progress in his
training. With this object in view, they shall review the progress made by each
juvenile and all the circumstances of his case (including home surroundings)
towards the end of his first year in the school and thereafter as often as may be
necessary and at least annually, considering at each review the date at which he is
likely to be fit to be placed out on licence.
30. Employment of Juvenile on release. The managers shall see
that every effort is made to obtain suitable employment for a juvenile who is fit
for release and for this purpose they shall avail themselves, where necessary, of
any help that can be obtained, whether from public organizations or private
organizations or private individuals. Where the juvenile's home is unsatisfactory,
they shall place him in a hostel or other suitable lodgings.

31. Provision to be made for Juvenile on leaving School.
The Managers shall provide every juvenile on leaving with sufficient outfit and, if
necessary, with a reasonable sum of money for travelling and subsistence, and
they shall communicate with his parents or guardians or other persons, if any,
responsible for his maintenance.

32. (1) After-care of Juvenile. The Managers shall satisfy
themselves that adequate arrangements are made for the after-care of every
juvenile from the school until the statutory period of supervision expires.
(2) The Managers shall cause a monthly return of all juveniles discharged
from the school to be sent to the Governor in Council in such form as shall be
approved by the Governor in Council.

33. (1) Medical Officer. The Managers shall make arrangements for
the appointment by the Governor of a Medical Officer whose duties shall include a
thorough examination of each juvenile on admission and shortly before leaving
school, a quarterly inspection of each juvenile, inspections of the school from a
hygienic point of view, advice as to dietary and general hygiene, the examination
and treatment of all sick and ailing juveniles and of such resident members of the
staff as the managers may specify, the keeping of medical records in a form to be
approved by the Managers and the furnishing of such reports and certificates as
the managers may require.
(2) Notice of meetings of managers shall be given to the Medical Officer so that
he may have an opportunity of attending and of presenting a report.

34. Dentist. rhe Managers shall make arrangements for the appointment
by the Governor of a dentist whose duties shall include an examination of the
teeth of each juvenile at least once a year and the undertaking of such fillings,
extractions or other dental work of whatever nature as may be necessary. He
shall keep a record of his work in a form approved by the Managers.

35. Records. The Managers shall arrange for the keeping of all such
registers and records required by the Governor and shall cause to be sent to him




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any such returns, statements and other information as may be required by him
from time to time.

36. Promulgation of Rules. The Managers shall cause a copy of these
Rules to be given to each member of the staff and the Medical Ofcer and Dentist
on appointment.

37. Inspection. The Managers shall arrange that the school shall be
open at all times to inspection by any person or persons appointed for that
purpose by the Governor, and they shall give all facilities for the examination of
the books and records of the school.

38. Lockers. Every effort shall be made by the Managers to provide each
juvenile with a locker in which to keep his personal possessions.

39. (1) Violent Death. Any violent death shall be notified immediately;
by the Managers to the Coroner of the district in which the death occurs.
(2) A report of the proceedings at any inquest shall be sent by the Coroner
without delay to the Managers.

Made by the Governor in Council under section 45 of the Juveniles Ordinance,
1952, No. 20 of 1952, this 12th day of September 1952.

A. L. BAZl Ji,
Acting Clerk of Eiout e Cowust .
(J 58/1948.) .

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRITING O "C,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINICET.
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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1952, No. 83.


PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO 33) NOTICE.

(Gazetted 30th September, 1952).

1. Short title. This Notice may be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 33) Notice.
2. Amendment. The prices set out hereunder are the Maximum prices
for which the articles enumerated may be sold in the Colony and the First Schedule
Part B to the Prices Control Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby amended by
deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns opposite the
articles: "Kerosene Oil," Domestic Gasolene," Vaporising Oil," Condensed
Milk, Farm," and substituting therefore the following :

FIRST SCHEDULE-PART B.


Article.



Kerosene Oil






Domestic Gasolene
(In drums)

Vaporising Oil


Condensed Milk-
Farm"
(Holland)


Maximum Wholesale Price



S$8.34 per case in lots of
10 cases or more

$8.64 per case (Single)

$4.32 per tin

73c. per Imperial
Gallon

490c. per Imperial
Gallon


S$16.86 per case of 48/14
oz. tins


Maximum Retail Price.


Area A"

10c per
reputed
pint







49c per
Imperial
Gallon

37c per tin


Area "B"

1Oc per
reputed
pint







49.c per
Imperial
Gallon

38c per tin


Area "
10c per
reputed
pint








49jc per
Imperial
Gallon

39c per tin


[P.T.O.]





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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 Competlnt Authority under section 30 of the Prices Control
Order (S.R. & O. No. 25) this 26th day of September, 1952.

G. C. H. THOMAS,
Acting Controller of Supplies.
(J. 5/1951).


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




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