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SAIN'I VINCINT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


Sublished by authority.


VOL. 86.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 JANUARY, 1953. [No. 3.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 10.
VISIT OF LORD MUNSTER, PARLIAMENTARY UNDER-SECRETARY
OF STATE, TO ST. VINCENT.

With reference to Government Notice No. 581 of 18th November, 1952, it
is notified for general information that LORD MUNSTER will arrive in St.
Vincent by air on Saturday, 17th January, 1953, and will leave the Colony by
air on Tuesday, 20th Jamnary.
He will be accompanied by Mr. J. W. VERNON, Principal of the West
Indian Department of the Colonial Office.
13th January, 1953.
(A. 8/1952).


No. 11.


RESUMPTION.


With reference to Government Notice
No. 495 of 30th September, 1952, Mrs.
ERCELLE CUMMINGS. Junior Clerk,
Electricity and Telephone Department,
resumed duties on 15th December, 1952.
13th January, 1953.
(P. F. 211).

No. 12.
BANK HOLIDAY.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Discovery Day, 1953 (Januiry 22nd)
being a Bank Holiday, all Public Offices
will be closed on that day.
13th January, 1953. -
(W-. 4/1941).


No. 13.
LEGISLATION.

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. 24 of 1952.-An Ordinance to
provide for the notification of
Accidents and Occupational Dis-
e"uses.
(L. 2/195(0).

No. 30 of 1952.-An Ordinance fur-
ther to amend the Supreme Court
Ordin:ance, 1941.
(J 18/1944).


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10 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 JANUARY, 1953.-(No. 3).


No. 31 of 1952.--Nn, Or&ditince to, issessment in the year 1953 is the 31ST
confer certain powers alnd privi- JANUAaY, and that failure to give no-
leges upon the consular officers tice ,f chargeability isan offence against
of Foreign States with which, the Inconme Tax Ordinance, rendering
consular ccn ventions are conchi- the person concerned liable on convie-
ded by His Majesty and certain tion to a fine not exceeding FOUR
privileges upon the consular em- HUNDRED AND EIGHTY DOLLARS.
ployees of such States and for 2. EVERY PERSON whose income,
other purposes in connection accruing in, derived from the Colony or
therewith. elsewhere and whether received in the
(R. 17/1948). Colony or not for the preceding year,
13th January, 1953. exceeded the statutory limit of $480 is
required to submit a return in the pres-
No. 14. cribed form notwithstanding that on
account of approved deductions no tax
The under-mentioned Bill is pub- may eventually be chargeable, and partic-
lished with this issue of the Gazette and ular attention is directed to the fact that
may be seen at the Government Office, the term income" is deemed to include
Kingstown Library, District Post Offices, not only money but also allowances in
Police Stations and at all Revenue kind.
Offices:- 3. Efforts are being made to send
Bill for an Ordinance to amend the blank return forms to such persons
Bills of Exchange Ordinance. through their Heads of Departments.
13th January, 1953. It is to be clearly understood, however,
S-.. that a person is not exonerated from the
No. 15. statutory liability to make a return even
though that person may not have re-
The following Document is pub- ceived a blank form, which may be
lished with this issue of the Gazette :- obtained, on application at the Revenue
S.R. & O. No. 1.-The Prices Control Offices at Georgetown, Barrouallie, Beq-
(Amendment No. 1) Notice,1953. uia and Union Island, or, in other
(J. 5/1951). districts, from the Police Station situate
13th January, 1953. therein. These Forms may also be
obtained from the Income Tax Office,
Kingstown, where any person requiring
No. 16. information in connection therewith is
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE. invited to inqure.
22nd December, 1952.


Copies of minutes of meeting of the
Legislative Council held on the 4th
December, 1952, which may be seen at
the Government Office, Kingstown
Library and at all Revenue Offices and
District Post Offices, are published with
this issue of the Gazette.
By Command,
A. V. KING.
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
13th January, 1953.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

INCOME TAX NOTICES.

TO GOVERNMENT OFFICERS.

All Government Officers are hereby
reminded that the latest date for the
submission of income tax returns for


TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.

Every person concerned, not being a
Government Officer, is hereby reminded
that the latest date for the submission of
income tax returns for assessment in the
year 1953 is the 31sT MARCH, and that
failure to give notice of chargeability
is an offence against the Income Tax
Ordinance, rendering the person con-
cerned liable on con viction to a fine not
exceeding FOUR HUNDRED AND
EIGHTY DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income.
accruing in, derived from the Colony
or elsewhere, and whether received
in the Colony or not for the preceding
year. exceeded the statutory 1-imit of
$480 is required to submit a return in
the prpscribed form, notwithstanding
that on account of approved deductions
no tax mnay eventually be chargeable,
;nd particnlarattention is directed to the
fact that the term "' income" is deemed
to include not only money but also al-
lowaiccr i*- kind.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 JANUARY, 1953.-(No. 3). U


3. Efforts are being made to send
blank return forms to such persons. It
is to be clearly understood,, however,
that a person is not exonerated from the
statutory liability to make a return even
though that person may not have receiv-
ed a blank form, which maybe obtained
on application, at the Revenue Offices at
Georgetown, Bairouai)ie, Bequia and
Union Island, or, in the other districts
from the Police Station situate therein.
These forms may also be obtained from
the Income Tax Office, Kingstown,
where any person requiring information
in connection therewith is invited to
enquire.
4. The form, correctly completed,
should be accompanied by all necessary
supporting statements. Specimens of
the form of account required fromsmall
traders and from occupiers or cultivators
of land will be supplied on request.
22nd December, 1952.



TO TRADERS, BUSINESSMEN AND
PROFESSIONAL MEN.

Attention i. directed to the provisions
of Sections 73 and 68 of the Income Tax
Ordinance No. 23 of 1948 which read as
follows:-


"73. Any person engaged
in any trade, business or
profession shall keep in
the English language pro-
per books of account suffi-
cient to record all trans-
actions necessary in order
to ascertain the gains and
profits made or the loss
incurred in each such
trade, business or profes-
sion, and any such person
who fails to comply with
this provision shall be
guilty of an offence, and
in addition to any penalty
incurred he shall be liable
to pay any tax to which
he may be assessed under
the provisions of this Or-
dinance."
"68. Any person guilty of
a; offence against this Or-
dinance shall he liable on
summary conviction be-
fore a Magistrate, to a fine
not exceeding four hun-
-dred and eighty dollars,
adl in default of payment
to imprisonment, with or
without hard labour, for
any term not exceeding
six months."


Traders,
etc., to
keep
accounts
in Eng-
lish.
















Penal-
ties for
offences.


2. The Commissioners of Income Tea
intend to enforce the provisions of t~a
sections referred to above.
J. V. ALVES,
Acting Income Tax Officer.
IxeooMxE TAX O I'WBI,
KINIeTOWN,
22nd December, 1952.


EDUCATION NOTICES.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

TERM I, 1953.

Term I, 1953 will begin on Monday,
19th January at 10.30 a.m.
W. M. LOPEY,
Headmaster.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
5th January, 1953.

GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.

TERM I, 1953.

Term I, 1953 will begin on Monday,
19th January at 10.30 a.m.
J. M. BUCHAN,
Headmistress.
GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL,
5th January, 1953.

EVENING CLASSES 1958.

Evening Classes leading to the -ver-
sea School Certificate Examination for
1953 will commence on January 19th,
1953.
Tuition will be offered in the follow-
ing subjects-English Language, Eng-
lish Literature, Mathematics, Geography,
History, Health Science, French, Latin,
Religious Knowledge-provided that at
least six st-udents enrol for each class.
The Department will not conduct
classes for ess than six students in each
class.
Prospective students are asked to
register at the Education Dapartment as
soon as possible during January.
All fees for the first term must be
paid by January 31st. No student will
be permitted to attend classes afer that
date if his fees are unpaid.
The Education Officer will sign up for
the Examination only those students
who pass the qualifying tests set by the
tutors.
Candidates other than Evening Class
students who wish to si't for this exam-
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412 V T TUSDAY, 13 .JVNUA1lY.'9.-)3.--,No '..


t'hation as "private candidates' must
also pass these tests for which a fee will
be charged, before they will be signed
up by the Education Officer.
., Students may enter for less than the
minimum number of subjects necessary
for a School Certificate. Their names
will not appear on the Pass Lists, and
they will not receive certificates, but a
certified statement of the result will be
furnished. The ordinary fee (2. 5. 0)
for entrance must be paid.
Further information can be obtained
from the Education Department.

C. V. D. HADLEY,
Education Offier.
9th January, 1953.
(E. 13/1951).


AGRICULTURAL NOTICES.

VETERINARY SERVICE NOTICE.

The following scale of fees has been ap-
proved by the Governor to be charged by
the Veterinary Officer in respect of work
done outside the scope of his official du-
ties :-
The Schedule.
Charges.
1. Travelling-per mile each way
(return mileage) -20
2. Cost of materials, drugs etc.-
according to current market
prices.
3. Castration
(a) Mules, horses and donkeys 5-00
(b) Bulls and boars 2.00
(c) Calves under 6 months 1.00
(d) Litter of pigs 1.00
(e) Hernias $200--4-00
4. Tuberculin Testing
1-5 Cattle 3-O0
each additional animal over 5 -50
5. Post-mortems
(a) Horses, mules, cattle 2-50
(b) Adult pigs or asses or cattle
over six months and under
one year 1-50
(c) Small pigs, foals, calves,
fowls 1-00
In the case of fowls up to three
birds may be examined for the
fee of one dollar.
In the case of all animals, if a
scheduled disease has caused
death, no charge to be made
6. Ringing Bulls 1-00
7. Drenching horses by stomach
tube 1.00
8. Delivering foals and calves $4-00-
15-00
9. Removing placentas 2.00-5-00


10. Replacing prolapsed uteri, cows
and sows 2-00-5-00
11. Removing immature foeti, cows
2-00--400
12. Filing teeth, horses and mules
1300--00
J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
27th December, 1952.


COTTON STAINER CONTROL.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that Agrocide Wettable Powder,
an insecticide containing 6.5% of the
gamma isomer of benzene hexachloride
-i.e. BHC, can be obtained from the
Department of Agriculture at a cost of
60c. per lb. This insecticide will effec-
tively control cotton stainers or red
bugs". Average rate of application is
about 2 lbs. of the wettable powder per
acre in 40-48 English gallons of water
-i.e. one large gasoline drum.
Detailed instructions will be given on
request.
J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculture..
10th January, 1953.
(A. 24/1951) II.

PURCHASE OF SEA ISLAND COTTON.

The advance price to be paid by the
Government Cotton Ginnery on Sea
Island Seed Cotton purchased on the
Co-operative System for the Crop 1952[
53 has been fixed as follows:-
White ... ... 20c. pfer 11.
2nd White ... 8c. per lb.
Stained ... .. 3c. per lb.
It is to be regretted that the price
offered for White seed cotton has liad
to be reduced from 24c. per lb. for the
1951/52 crop to 20c. per lb. for the
1952/53 crop. This reduction his been
necessary as a guaranteed price is no
longer available f re, the Raw Cotton
Commiissio1,. in Englani, and our cotton
must niow be sold to Spinnels direct.
Spinners will not guara tee a p ice be-
fore li;ud iand prices are lik'elv to be
lower than previously.
It is hoped that by this I'ednucion in
tbie advance I-rice it will still be p( ssible
to pay a lhonfi coinparalle wilh those


paid in recent years.
J. L. EUSTACE,
Jlanager,
government t Cotton Ginnery.
9th Janluary. 1I)53.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 JANUARY, 1953.-(No. 3). 11


TREASURY' NOTICE.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance", their properties having
been levied upon will be offered for sale at 12 o'clock noon, on Saturday, 31st
January, 1953, at the Treasury for the raeovsrp of tb~ Taxes due thereon.

V. D. ARCHER,
Oelonial Treasrer,


TREASURT,
KINGSTOWN,
6th January, 1953.


Name of Owner
or Occupier.
Bonadie, Joseph B. Hrs.


Jeffrey, Samuel
Douglas, Alexander


Benn, Charles
James, lona Hrs.
Soleyn, Anna
Trumpet, Bertie


DISTRICT III.
Situation of Property.

... coopers
EISTR~iT IV.
... rmitage
... Rutland Vale
DISTRICT V.
... lmyra
... Troumaca
... Rose Bank
... Coull's Hill


Description of
Property.



... 1 Houaf4 Styot
2 aces of jand

2 ac. 3 rds. 3 po.
1 House Spot
1 House Spot
1 House


NOTICE.


UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948.

The following application for the grant of a New COntificate under the
above-meontionec Ordinance will be heard at the adjourned session of the Liquor
Licensing Board in the Parish of Charlotte on Friday the .2,rd of January, 1953,
at the Court House, Georgetown at 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon.
Notice of intention to oppose the grant of this certificate stating in genera
terms the grounds of the opposition must be served upon the applicant :tnd upon
the Magistrate not less than seven days before the day fixed for the holding of
the Licensing Session.
E. GLASGOW,
Magistrate.


PARTICULARS OF APPLICANT FOR NEW CERTIFICATE.


Parish. Name of Applicant. Occupation. Residence. Situation of Premises.


Charlotte Henry A. Coombs Merchant Georgetown Georgetown


E. GLASGOW.
Magisttrate.
MAGISTRATES' OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN.
3rd Janiiary. 1953.













14 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY. 1: .JANUARY, Il'.i:--(No. 3).


EDUCATION NOTICE.


TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS, 1952.


PASS LIST.


SUpernumerary and Grade I PIpU Teachers:
Name
Vilna Jackson Barro
Sylvia Wyllie Belaij
Clare Wallace Bequi
Hazel Browne Biabo
Urbane Daniel do.
Alston Rodgers do.
Earlston Shortte do.
Sylvia Boatswain Brigh
Sybil Morgan do
Mency Harper Bucca
Herman Roberts d
Doreith John Byera
Edwin Latham do.
Rhona George Callia
Algernon Grant dc
Magnus De Roche Canoi
Juris Alexander Colon
Clerean Forbes Dicks
Noel Forbes do.
Veronica Craigg Evesh
Beryl Roberts do.
Pamelus Burke Georg
Basil Crease d
Alfred Dublin d
Victor Forbes d
Leroy Scrubb d
Lillian Smith d
Odessa Greav's Gome
Claudette Browne Kings
Sylvia Steele do
Ulpian Martin Layou
Ishbelle Young do.
Audrey Young Lowm
Lawrence De Roche do.
Dennis Antoine Marri
Evelyn De Nobrigo do
George Samuel do
Alban Cadougan Questi
Leroy Commissiong do
Arthur Edwards do
Emene Williams do
Lercy Jones Richn
Pritchard Ballantyne Sandy
Gladstone Latchman South
Celia Samuel Sprin
Violet Princ, Stubb,
Edward Bowman Troun
Ferney Horne Union
Theophilus Jackson do.
Leortha Ambrose Union
Stephen Scrubb do.


Grade II Pu;i! T-achers :
Name
Azucena Williams
Erling Harry
Jocelyn Williams
Winifred John
John Browne
Hyacinth Duncan
Peter De Roche


School
iuallie Anglican
r Anglican
a Anglican
*u Methodist
do.
do.
do.
ton Methodist
do.
iment Government
e. de.
Anglioan
do.
.qua Government
do.
ian Government
arie Roman Catholic
on Methodist
do.
am do.
do.
etown Government
o. do.
o. do.
o. do.
o. do.
o. do.
a Methodist
town Methodist
do.
Government
do.
ans (Wd) Anglican
do.
aqua Government
do.
do.
elles do.
do.
do,
do.
lond Hill Government
SBay Anglican
Rivers Methodist
g Methodist
s Government
iaca Government
Methodist
do.
Island (Clifton) Gov
do. do.


ernment
do.


School
Belair Anglican
Biabou Methodist
do. do.
Brighton Methodist
Buccament Government
Byera Anglican
Canouan Government












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 JANUARY, 1933.-(No. 3).


Name
Edmay Kydd
Magnola John
Winston Bacchus
SFelix Constantine
Errol Mounsey
Ann Clarke
Gloria Forbes
Alrica Phillips
Norma Williams
Candace Mills
Altris Weekes
Veltie Johnson
Gwendolyn John
Theresa Browne
Valcina Garrick
Minerva John
Carl Seales
Vini Robin
Philbert Sprott
Stephanie King
Harriet Bowman
Claire Haynes
Cairon Medica,
Jerome Yearwood

Grade III Pupil Teachers:
Name
Agatha Phillips
Neville Patrick
Rosa Agard
Harold Cockburn
Leopold Lewis
Alexander Lewis
Owen Corke
Rupert Bascombe
Vanda Clarke
Claudon Fraser
Annis Millington
Eva Patrick
Cynthia Young
Madeline Lewis
Elma James
Ehlm Nanton
Edwards Richards
Grace Charles
Joy Harry
Eastlyn Alxander
Clement Noel

Student Teachers : (Certificate Part I)
Name
Conroy Daniel
Reuben Jeffers
John Thompson
Joy Simmons
Kemel Warrican
Errol Baynes
Charles-Beste
Alston Sutton
Stella Buntyn
Ishbel Home
Merle Mulrain
Grafton Isaacs
Bertie Smart
Enville Clarke
Winnifred Parsons
Cadman Lewis
Grace Marshall
Ormonde Williams
Conrad Francis
Carol Campbell


School
Dickson Methodist
Dorsetshire Hill Government
Evesham Methodist
do. do.
do. do.
Georgetown Government
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Gomea Methodist
do. do.
Kingstown Anglican
do. do.
Kingstown Methodist
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Layou Government
Lowmans (Ld) Anglican
Lowmans (Wd) Anglican
Richmond Hill Government
do. do. do.
South Rivers Methodist
Stubbs Government


School
Belair Anglican
Buccament Government
Byera Anglican
do. do.
do. do.
Canouan Government
Colonarie Roman Catholic
Evesham Methodist
Georgetown Government
do. do.
Kingstown Methodist
Layou Government
do. do.
Lowmans (Ld) Anglican
Questelles Government
Sandy Bay Aaglican
Stubbs Government
Troumaca Government
do. do.
Union Island (Ashton) Government
do. do. do. do.


School
Biabou Methodist
Buccament Government
Chateaubelair Methodist
Colonarie Roman Catholic
do. do. do.
Georgetown Government
do. do.
do. do.
Kingstown Anglican
Kingstown Methodist
do. do.
Layou Government
Lowmans (Wd) Anglican
Marriaqua Government
do. do.
Mustique do.
Richmond Hill Government
South Rivers Methodist
Stubbs Government
Tourama Government













TUESDAY, 13 JANUARY, Ii53.-(No. 3).


Vivienne Gould
Norris Quow
Cecil Straker
Jean Stephens
Millicent Crosbie

Fandolph Cottle
Elaine Duncan
Lamont Phillips
Eileen Mars
Bertram Lewis
James Daniel
Eileen Spring
Edson Providence
Egerton Scott


Certificate Part II.
Name.
Dorothea Ballah
Cynthia Pemberton
Parnel Sutton
Donald Browne
Festus Toney
Ardon Daisley
Ishbel Horne
Grafton Isaacs
George Bailey
Letchie Dickson
Jennie Wiltshire
Carol Campbell
Yvonne Anthony
Mc Intyre Keane


Conditional Passes.
To be re-examined in Religious Knowledge
S Religious Knowledge
Religious Knowledge
History
English Literature
and Religious Knowledge
" Religious Knowledge
" Religious Knowledge
History
History
" Religious Knowledge
Religious Knowledge
" Geography
Religious Knowledge
" Religious Knowledge


School.
Biabou Methodist
Calliaqua Government
Colonarie Roman Catholic
'Georgetown Government
do. do.
Kingstown Methodist
do. do.
Layou Government
Marriaqua Government
.Richmond Hill Government
do. do. do.
Tourama Government
Troumaca do.


C. V. D. HADLEY,
Education Officer.


Education Office,
10th January, 1953.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT
[ Price 24 cents. 1


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16 SAINT VINCENT,










SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1953, No. 1.

PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 1) NOTICE.

(Gazetted 13th January, 1953).

1. Short title. This Notice may be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 1) 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 and B to the Prices Control Order 1947 (S.R. & 0. No. 25) is hereby amended
by deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns opposite
the articles : Sugar-Mt. Bentinck-Dark Crystals & Straw Crystals," Soap-
Laundry (Local Can ry ") "Rice (Demerara)--Super," "Rice (Demerara)-2nd
Quality," Sardines-Salty Sam," "Lard-Barbados," and substituting therefore
the following :-
FIRST SCHEDULE-PART A.


Article.


Sugar-Mt. Bentick-
Dark Crystals-
Per 100 lb. lots of
1 4 ba.,s
5 50 ,,
51 100

Straw Crystals-
P'e- 100 1). in lots of
1 4 bu;gs
5 50 ,,
51 100


So;p-L-unnlry
(Local Canary")


Maxlrimum Wholesale Price





S $ 9.28
9.05
S 8.62



$11.14
S 1 .87
10.35


$9.70 per ctn. of 20 bars
$9.40 per cn. in lots of
5-9 ctns.
$9.30 per ctn. in lots of
10-24 ctns.
$9.20 per ctn. in lots of
25-50 ct us.


Area A (u) "



10c. per Ilb.





12c. per lb.


Area "A"


Area B"


Ar-a "* 1 (b) "



101c. per lb.





12,c. per lb.


Ar'ea C."


52c. per bar 53c. per bar 54c. per bar


Maximum Retail Price.


_ I _I_ _


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[ P.T.O.]

























FIRST 8CHEDULE-PART B.


Article. Ixi la.rimu, Itole.sale FP ice.! Maximum Retail Price.

A, e A "A." Area "B.' "Area U.
Rice (Demerara)-
Super ... $21.92 )pr agy of 14c. per in. 14(e. per lb. 1;5c. per lb.
177 lb.
Rice-2nd Quality ... $19.56 per bag of 12c(. per 13e. per 11). 131c. per 11
177 11). 11b.
Sardines-Salty Sam ... $13.55 per es. of 16e. per tin 17c. per tin 18c. per tin
10) tins
Lard-Barbados ... $16.89 per 35 1). pail 54c. per 1). 55c. per )b. 56c. pr 11).


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 nd C ".
Area C means all the villages of Overland, Sandy Bay. Owia, Fancy, Windsor
Forest and the St Vincent Grenadines.
Area A(a) means the town of Kingstown and the entire Windward coast to
Mt. Bentinck Estate and within one mile of the boundaries.
Area "B(b) means beyond the limits of the areas described in Area A(a) ".


Made by the Compel ent Authority under section 30 of the Prices Control
Order 1947 (S.R. & 0. No. 25) this 9th day of January 1953.
G. C. H. THOMAS,
Acting Controller of Supplies.
(J. 5/1951).

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRIN-TING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


[ Price 8 cents. ]


1953.




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