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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
Kingstown St. Vincent
Publication Date: October 14, 1952
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

Published b uthonritg.


VOL. 85.] SAINT VINC(EN', TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1952. [No. 54.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 515.
RETURN OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR TO GRENADA.

With reference to Government Notice No. 484 of 26th September, 1952,
His Excellency the Governor returned to Grenada on 12th October, 1952.
14th October, 1952.
(A 2/1950).
No. 516.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.
A meeting of the Legislative Council will be held at the Council Chamber,
Kingstown on Thursday, 16th October, 1952, commencing at 10.00 a.m.
The Order of the Day of this meeting is published with this issue of the
Gazette.
A cordial invitation to att-ud is extended to the general public.
14th October, 1952.
(A. 1/1949).

No. 517. Chateanbel;ir and Questelles on the
TENDERS FOR GOVERNMENT Leeward Coast of the Island of St. Vin-
SERVICES. cent by Motor Launch from 1st January,
_1953.
CONVEYANCE OF MAILS, PARCEL. 2. The motor Launch will be required
CONVEYANCE OF MAILS, PAR.CEL.
Sto leave Ciateaubelair at about 7 a.m.
PASSENGERS, AND CARGO (LEEWARD). daily except on the Thursday following
the first Wednesday of each month, and
Tenders will lhe received at Govern- to return to Chateaubelair leaving Kings-
ment Office up to 3 p.m. on 77itursday town at about 3.00 p.m. daily except on
13th No'em ber, 1952, for the convyanct' the first Wednesday only of each month.
daily of mails includlin Pare1] Post On tie first Wednesday of each month
mails from, to, and between each :ni! all ih Lm-nch will be required to leave
the Post Offices of Kintst Barrouallie, Ctanberland, ITroinaca, 1.31) p.m. :nd return to Kingstown the



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298 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1952.-(No. 54).


same evening leaving Chateanbelair at No. 519.
7.00 p.m. The hours of leaving Cha- FRES
teaubelair and Kingstown may be modi-
fled by the Colonial Postmaster.
3. The Motor Launch will be requir- Sealedl
ed to provide a service for the carriage Giovernm
of passengers and cargo at the present Thursda:
fixed rates which will be supplied to supply t
intended Tenderers, if required, on ap- for the v
plication at Government Office and to be daily
call on the itinerary in each. direction use of ti
at Clare Valley for this purpose and for Tendoi
the purpose of collecting the nm;ils from Eistalisl
and delivering the mails to Questelles Office, :ii
Post Office. velope
4. All mails will be delivered at and fish".
*collected from the General Post Office would be
and District Post Offices except that :1re made
where such provision is made mails Governn
may be delivered to and collected from -should
the mail carriers of the District Post at I'romI
Offices. it.
5. The contract will be for a period '1 Th G
-of one year to 31st December, 1953. to accept
6. Tenders should state the amount of 14th O
subsidy required and should be address- (W. 61/195
ed to the Establishment Officer, Gov-
ernment Office, and distinctly marked No. 520.
"Tenders for Conveyance of Mails, CONFIf
Passengers, and Cargo (Leeward)".
7. The Government does not bind His H(
itself to accept the lowest or any tender. has appr
JAMES (
14th October, 1952. Master,
(Q. 5/1948). with effe
14th 0
No. 518. (P. F. 577)
MOTOR CAR SERVICE. No. 521.

Sealed Tenders are invited for the
provision of motor cars for the convey- Mr. E.
ance of public officers during 1953. St Vince
The Tenders submitted should con- Comman
tain particulars of the charges proposed School C
to be made for waiting. Rates sub- 2nd Lie
emitted should not exceed those contain- 13tll Oct
ed in Statutory Rules and Orders, No. 14th 0
15 of 1947. (E806/1935
The contract will be terminable by
-one month's notice on either side, and No. 522.
the person to whom the contract is 'lhe u
awarded will be required to enter into been ap
.a bond with governmentt for the satis- Clerical
factory performance of the contract, effect fro
Tenders close at 3 p.m. on Thursday, lMis R
13th November. 1952. and should be (du
addressed to the Establishment Officer,
and distinctly marked on the envelope iss E
f Tenders for Motor Car Service".
Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender. i
14th October, 1952. 14th O


H FISH FOR GOVERNMENT
INSTITUTIONS.

Tenders will be received at
ent Office until 3.00 p.m on
I/, _1th November, 1952, for the
o the Government Institutions,
ear 1953, ol' fresh fish as may
or otherwise required for the
o Institutions.
s ;ire to Ibe addressed to the
nilnt Ollicer, Government
id distinctly marked on the en-
'Tender for supply of fresh
\ny delivery charge-which
paalle only when deliveries
Sin respect of each of the four
ient Iis'titutions to be supplied
he stated on the Tender separ-
the actual price of the commod-

ovei nmnt does not bind itself
the lowest or any tender.
etober. 1952.
0).


RMATION OF APPOINTMENT.

)onor the Acting Administrator
oved the confirmation of Mr.
ORDON, B.A., as an Assistant
St. Vincent Grammar School,
ct from 15th September, 1951.
october, 1952.
).


APPOINTMENTS.

L. MOORE, Assistant Master,
nt Grammar School, as Officer
ding the St. Vincent Grammar
adet Corps with the rank of
tenant, with effect from the
ober, 1952.
ctober, 1952.
5).


ndelmentioned persons have
pointed Junior Clerks in the
Service of the Colony with
m 1st July, 1952:-
UBY WILLIAMS,-assigned for
ty in the Treasury & Customs
Department;
LAINE KING-assigned for duty
the Audit Department;
Ux VELOX-assigned for dirty
the General Post Office.
october, 1952.
5; 600; 632)













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1952.-(No. 54). 299
_


No. 523.


TRANSFERS.


Dr. E. D. B. CHARLES, Senior Medi-
cal Officer, to post of Medical Officer of
Health, Jamaica.
Dr. CHARLES left the Colony on 8th
October for Jamaica where he is expect-
ed to assume his new duties after the
expiration of his current period of vac-
ation leave on 4th November, 1952.
14th October, 1952.
(P. F. 12).

No. 524.
Dr. F. C. ALEXIS, District Medical
Officer, to post of Medical Superintend-
ent and Physician, Colony Hospital,
Grenada.
Dr. ALEXIS left the Colony for Gren-
ada by C. N. S. Lady Nelson on 8th Oct-
*ober, 1952.
14th October, 1952.
(P. F. 34).


No. 525.


LEAVE NOTICES.


VACATION LEAVE.

Miss ENA ANDERSON, Nurse, Colonial
Hospital, three months' vacation leave
with effect from 9th September, 1952.
14th October, 1952.
(M. 211951).

No. 526.
Miss VERINA DANIEL, Nurse, Colo-
nial Hospital, three months' vacation
leave with effect from 1st October, 1952.
14th October, 1952.

No. 527.
KINGSTOWN TOWN BOARD
BYE-ELECTION.

With reference to the Notice publish-
,ed in the Gazette of 16th September,
1952 regarding the Kingstown Town
Board Bye-Election, a poll was taken on
Monday (;th October, and Mr. FRED
JOSEPH DARE was duly elected to fill
the vacancy on the Board for the remain-
der of the present term which expires
on S3st December, 1953.
14th October, 1952.

No. 528.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT STORES.

Tenders are invited for the purchase
of an unserviceable Imperial portable


typewriter which can be inspected by
interested persons at Government Office
on any working day.
Tenders should be addressed to the
Government Secretary and should reach
him not later than 31st October, 1952.
Government does not bind itself to
accept the highest or any tender.
14th October, 1952.

No. 529.
LEGISLATION.

The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 86.-The Travelling
and Subsistence Allowance
(Amendment) Regulations, 1952.
(F. 59/1944).

S.R. & O. No. 87.-Proclaiming the
coming into force of the Stamp
(Amendment No. 2) Ordinance,
1952, on the fifteenth day of
October, 1952.
(F. 41/1943).
14th October, 1952.

No. 530.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

COST-OF-LIVING INDEX FIGURE.

A memorandum or the subject of
Cost-of-Living Index Figure for the
month of September, 1952, is published
with this issue of the Gazette.
14th October, 1952.
(W. 28/1952).

No. 510.
POSTAGE STAMPS.

To commemorate the coronation of
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, arrange-
ments are being made for a special issue
of Colonial postage stamps to be placed
on sale on Coronation Day. The stamps
will remain on sale until the end of
1953 unless stocks have previously been
exhausted. It has been found necessary
to restrict the issue to a single value for
each paricating Adminiiistration in a
design common to all.
The design will consist of an approved
portrait of Her MaIjesty in a suitable
frame, and wil! include the coronation
date, the name of the issuing territory
and the value. With certain exceptions,
the value will reliresent the postage re-
quired on a local inland letter lld the
color will correspond with that of the
current stamp of the same value. The
Portrait will le b1; ck on all stamps.












39 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1952.-(No. 54).


It will not be possible by the date of the
Coronation to replace all Colonial stamps
which bear the portrait of His late
Majesty King George VI with stamps
bearing a portrait of Her Majesty The
Queen and this special issue will ensure
that the peoples of the participating
territories will be able to see the Por-
trait of their Queen on at least one stamp
at the time of the Coronation.
7th October, 1952.

No. 513.
LAND SURVEYORS EXAMINATION.

It is hereby notified for the informa-
tion of the public that, in accordance
with the provisions of the Land Sur-
veyors Ordinance (No. 41 of 1947), a
Land Surveyors examination will he
held during the period 22nd to 27th
October, 1952. at the Surveyors and
Lands Office, Kingstown.


All persons who desire to be examined
should apply to the Superintendent of
Works in accordance with Section 4 (1)
of Ordinance No. 41 of 1947 and, imn
accordance with Regulation No. 2 of
S. R. & O. No. 72 of 1948, will pay the
required fees into the Treasury. 7-ao.
7th October, 1952.
(P. 48/1944).



No. 514.
BAN ON EXPORTATION OF PIGS.

It is notified for general information
that, as a result of the existence of
Swine Fever in the Colony, it has been
decided to prohibit the exportation of
pigs until further notice.
7th October, 1952.
(B. 19/1950).


No. 344.
HURRICANE NOTICE.

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


Rural Areas
including the
Grenadines


Cautionary Warning
(when news received of
an approaching hurricane)

Warning to take cover


Cautionary Warning



Kingstown ... Warning to take cover




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


GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
14th October, 1952.


TENDERS.

Sealed Tenders are invited for the
coiineyinice o1f mlails. passengers ind
c.r'o weekly by ;nxiiiary vessel of not
less than 50 tons between Grenada aind
Carriacou wit I an extended tripto Union
Island once a orligihti, anI an addition-
al-lortniglitly 1ri) to (?Carriacou. Auxil-
iary v' ssvl should be fitted with a lava-
tory a*rd eouinhld with adeinate sCatinl


- 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.


By Command,


A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.





accommodation for passengers and boats
and life belts for crew and passengers.
2. All personnel travelling on official
business and plant material, livestock,
etc., transported for Government pur-
noses will be conveyed free of charge.
Suitai'le space must also be reserved
below decks for the carriage of ice
shipped to Carriicou by the Government
ice contractor-snch ice to be transport-
ed frie n ) to a maximum of 1 tons.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1952.-(No. 54). 301


3. The contract will be for the period
of one year from 1st January, to 31st
December, 1953.
4. Tenders should state the amount
of subsidy required, the tonnage of the
vessel to be used. They should be ad-
dressed to the Government Secretary,
Government Office, Grenada, and dis-
tinctly marked "Tenders for convey-
ance of Mails, Passengers and Cargo


one half the shipment, belonging to
Government Cotton Ginnery NONE was
marked down. The heaviest loss was
.experienced by one planter who out of
25 bales had 11 marked down 4 pence
per lb. A loss of $352.00. While some
of the other estates had quite satisfac-
tory reports, it is worth while mention-
ing that Camden Park Experiment
Station, Ottley Hall Prison Farm, and
Lan 1d Se!ttl m ilt. ,t EC ct.,*^ t lo,, C f


Grenada- Carrnacou -.10 .-" -IT ,L all e_, >I')L I Ut ll U1-
5. n fered NO mark down; and it is pretty
5. Tenders will be closed at 4 p. certain that this is due to proper clean-
on Frida, 31t Octob, 12. ing of the seed cotton, as is the case
6. Government does not bind itself with all these who suffered no loss.
to accept the lowest or any tender. Those who suffered loss are without ex-
7. Further particulars may be obtain- cause. The Ginnery bought cotton from
ed on application from the Government all the districts in the colony, and the


Secretary, Government Office, St.
George's, Grenada.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
GRENADA,
3rd October. 1952.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

GOVERNMENT COTTON GINNERY.

IT PAYS TO CLEAN COTTON.

Earlier in the year, during the crop
time, we drew the attention of local
Planters to what an American Planter
saved and made b\ aiming at getting a
superfine grade by meticulously clean-
ing his cotton. It is not too early to
draw their attention to what a; locil
planter lost on his first shipment of the
1951-52 crop because his cotton was not
properly cleaned. This planter shipped
25 bales, 21 of which were marked
down 5 pence per lb. This meant a
loss of $10.00 per bale or a total loss of
$840.00!! Surely to have expended
half that amount on cleaning with
proper supervision he would have had his
cotton spotlessly clean, and would there-
by have gained $420.00. It certainly
pays to clean cotton properly. It does
not pay to run the risk of a markdown.
2. It is interesting to note that in
the first shipment 442 Bales White Sea
Island Clean Cotton were sent to Eng-
land. The Government Cotton Ginnery
had 165 Bales in that shipment and
NOT ONE BALE was marked down!
Of the rest 33 bales were marked down,
21 of them, as mentioned above, belong-
ing to one planter!
3. In the Second shipment of 311
bales White, 41 bales were marked
down. But of the 15I bales, just over


chances of mark down with a motley
assortment of cotton should naturally be
greater than with the big Planters, yet
the Ginnery suffered no loss on their
cotton shipped.
4. Translated into terms of dollars
and cents the loss on the first shipment
amounted to 5o-I--'i.8, on the second
shipment to $1280.66: a total loss of
$2,515.74. Certainly we are not living
in times when such losses can be light-
ly looked at, especially when it lies in
our power to prevent them.
5. With the present unpredictable
and unstable position of the textile
market it would be unwise for local
planters to run the risk of unnecessary
losses. Begin now to save by increasing
yields, and at crop time to prevent loss
from mark down by properly cleaning
thlir SIed cotton.
Rlemcember: IT PAYS TO CLEAN
COTTON.

J. L. EUSTACE,
Manager,
6th October, 1952.



FIREARMS.

Any persons in possession of any fire-
arms and who are not yet licensed to
keep such firearms are invited to sur-
render them to the Superintendent of
Police I:efoie the 26th October, 1952.
Applications for Licences by persons
surrendering Firearms, will be consider-
ed up to that date but thereafter any
person who is found keeping a firearm
without a licence will be prosecuted and
the Court will be asked to impose the
heaviest penalties.
Licence holders who desire renewal
of their licences at the end of the year
are required to produce their firearms,
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302 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1952.-(No. 54).


unloaded, for examination before such
renewals will be effected.

A. JENKINS, Lt.-Col.,
Superintendent of Police.
8th October, 1952.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that the purebred Kentucky
Jack Donkey is now at the Rivulet Stud
Centre. All those wishing to make use
of this stud animal are advised not to
delay in so doing.
Service fees are:
Mares ... ... $8.00
Jennies ... ... $2.00
Two return services free of charge
are allowed if necessary.
C. de FREITAS,
for Superintendent of
Agriculture.
7th October. 1952.


IMPORTATION OF ANIMALS (DISEASES
PREVENTION) ORDINANCE, 1933.

DECLARATION OF INFECTED AREA.

I hereby declare, in accordance with
the Importation of Animals (Diseases
Prevention) Ordinance, 1933 (No. 2 of
1933), under which this Notice is given,
that owing to an outbreak of Swine
Fever at Richland Park situated in the
Marriaqua Valley, this place namely
Richland Park is an infected place and
the following-Marriaqua Valley bound-
ed on the south by the junction of the
roads at Belmont and on the east by the
Peruvian Vale Road through the Yam-
bou Pass is an infected area. The
movement of persons and animals, car-
casses, fodder. litter, down, utensils and
any such thing out of and into the said
area shall be subject to Ihe said Ordin-
ance and the Regulations made there-
under.
J. M. CAVE,
S'uperinten:lnt of Agriculture.
7th October, 1952.

NOTICE.

The following poultry are available
for s:ile at Camden Park Experiment
Station :--


Price.
6 Cockerels 3- months old $2.40 each
4 ,, 6 ,,, $3.00
3 Roosters 18 months old 48 per
lb.
J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculure.
24th September, 1952.
(A. 24/1951).


NOTICE TO MARINERS.

ST. GEORGE'S HARBOUR.

The Port Hand Buoy at the entrance
of the St. George's Harbour is now fitted
with a winker unit, red lens.
A. L. DOPWELL,
Shipping 3Master.
PORT & MARINE DEPARTMENT,
GRENADA.
30th Sept., 1952.
(A. 24/1951.II).


ELECTION NOTICES.

CALLIAQUA TOWN BOARD.

Notice is hereby given that in accor-
dance with S.R. & 0. No. 16 of 1949 of
the Calliaqua Town Board (Election of
members) By-laws, the Clerk will be in
attendance at the Calliaqua Police Sta-
tion on Monday 24th November, 1952
from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. to receive nomina-
tions for the election of four members
to serve on the Calliaqua Town Board
for the term commencing 1st January,
1953 to 31st December, 1954.
2. The retiring members will be
eligible for re-election.
3. Should a poll be required it will
be taken at the Police Station Calliaqua
on Monday 1st Decembelr, 1952 from
9 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 p.m. to
5.30 p.m.
JOHN A. DOUGAN,
Clerk &" Returning Officer.
14th October, 1952.


LAYOU TOWN BOARD.

The Warden of Layou will be in at-
tendance at the Police Station, Layon
on 1Mon1da 24/h Novtember, 1959 be-
tween 10.00 a.m. and 2.00 p.m. to receive
nominations for the election (if four
members to sr've on the Layou Town
Board, for the term commencing 1st












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 OCTOBER, 1952.-(No. 54). 308


January, 1953 and ending 31st Decem-
ber, 1954. The retiring Members,
Messrs. E. P. FRASER, the Hon'ble
H. F. YOUNG, GEORGE HUGGINS, and
D. A. CAMBRIDGE, are eligible for re-
election.
Should a poll be required it would be
taken at the Police Station on Monday
1st December, 1952 from 9.00 a.m. to
12 noon, an d from 1.00 p.m. to 5"30 p.m.
The Electors Roll can be seen at the
Layou Public Library.

J. CYRUS,
Warden and Returning
Oficer.
7th October, 1952.


GEORGETOWN TOWN BOARD.

Notice is hereby given that in accord-
ance with section 63 of the Georgetown
Town Board (Election of Members) By-
Laws, the Warden of Georgetown will


be in attendance at the Police Station,
Georgetown, on Monday, 24th Novem-
ber, 1952, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to re-
ceive nominations for the election of
four members to serve on the George-
town Town Board, for the term com-
mencing 1st January, 1953, and ending
31st December, 1954.
2. The retiring members, Messrs. St.
Aubyn Cato, Robert Stay, Henry A.
Coombs and Albert Williams are eli-
gible for re-election.
3. Should a poll be required it will
be taken at the Police Station on Mon-
day, 1st December, 1952, from 9 a.m. to
12 noon, and from 1 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
4. The Roll of Electors has been re-
vised and can be seen at the Police
Station and Revenue Office, George-
town.

C. A. STAY,
Warden and Returning
Officer.
23rd September, 1952.


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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCEN.
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253


TRAVELLING AND SUBSIST]
(AMENDMENT) REG:


(Gazetted 14th October, 2952).

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Travelling and
Subsistence Allowance (Amendment) Regulations, 1952, and shall be read as one
with the Travelling and Subsistence Allowance Regulations, 1947, (S. R. & O. 1947,
No. 9) (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations).

2. Regulation 14 of principal Regulations revoked and replaced.
Regulation 14 of the principal Regulations is hereby revoked and the following
substituted therefore :-
"14. METHOD OF CALCULATING PERIODS OF ABSENCE. (1) When
the duty whereon an officer may be engaged in travelling allows of his return
to his station within twenty-four hours but more than twelve hours after the
departure for the performance of such duty he shall, if such duty necessitates
his remaining for a night away from his station be allowed to receive the full
rate fixed for twenty-four hours' absence.
(2) Where an officer's absence in travelling exceeds twenty-four hours,
and is continuous, he shall be allowed the proportionate part of the rate of
twenty-four hours for each hour of his absence in excess of the first twenty-
four hours.
(3) No officer shall receive subsistence allowance in respect of an
absence from his station unless the Head of Department concerned certifies
that the duty whereon the officer may be engaged would not reasonably
allow of his return to his station within twelve hours after his departure for
the performance of such duty: (If, in such case, he is not required to
remain away from his station for a night, he shall be allowed the
proportionate part of the rate of twenty-four hours for each hour of his
absence). I 1 *!4
(4) Except with the approval of the Governor no claim for subsistence
allowance shall be entertained in respect of absence within the Colony for
any period exceeding fourteen days consecutively or In any one month.
(5) For the purposes of this regulation, the expression "night" means
the period between six o'clock in the evening and six o'clock in the morning."

3. Commencement. These Regulations shall come into force on the
16th day of October, 1952.





254

Made by the Governor in Council under sections 3 and 5 of the Travelling and
Subsistence Allowance Ordinance, 1946, this 24th day of September, 1952.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(F. 59/1944).

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





255

SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,
1952, No. 87.



A PROCLAMATION.

(Gazetted 14th October, 1952).


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.
[ L.S.

BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Administrator.

WHEREAS it is enacted by section 1 of the Stamp (Amendment) Ordinance,
(No. 6 of 1952) 1932, as replaced by the Stamp (Amendment No. 2) Ordinance,
1952, that the said Ordinance shall come into force on a date to be appointed by
the Governor by Proclamation published in the Gazette :

AND WIIREAS it is deemed expedient that the said Ordinance shall come into
force on the Fifteenth day of October 1952 :

Now THEREFORE I, CYPRIAN BERNARD GIBBS the Officer for the time being
administering the Government of the Colony of Saint Vincent, pursuant to the
authority in me vested by the said Ordinance do hereby proclaim that the
aforesaid Ordinance shall come into force on the Fifteenth day of October 1952

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony of Saint Vincent at
Government Office in the said Island this Thirteenth day of October in
the Year of Our Lord. One thousand nine hundred and fifty-two and in
the First Year of the Reign of Her Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH THE
SECOND.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN !

(F 41/1943).

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




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