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SAIN N'T V INCNT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


|@ubliahtd bg authritg.


VOL. 86.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 MAY, 1953. .\. 31.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 235.
CORONATION OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II.

SPECIAL CHURCH SERVICES-KINGSTOWN.

Tuesday 2nd June, 1953.

It is hereby notified for general information that arrangements have been
made for the holding of Special Services at the principal Churches in Kingstown
on Coronation Day, Tuesday, 2nd June, 1953. Her Majesty has asked that all her
peoples should pray for her on this day.
The services will commence at 8.45 a.m.
All members of the various bodies and organizations listed below and all other
members of the general public are invited to take part in the Community
Procession which will gather at 8.15 a.m. in Grenville Street and Halifax Street
from the Court House towards the Post Office. The procession will start at 8.30
a.m. and march along Grenville Street (Back Street) to the vicinity of the
Churches and, after halting, those taking part will disperse and enter their
respective Churches in the same order as in the Order of Procession.
Any Societies or organised bodies not listed in the Order of Procession and who
wish to join in the Procession as a distinct Unit are requested to inform the
Superintendent of Police as soon as possible.
Members of the general public who are not attached to any of the organised
bodies which will form part of the procession are asked to join it at the rear of the
column. The Churches will be kept empty until the arrival of the procession and
it is particularly requested that persons who are not taking part in the procession
should not enter the Churches until after those in the procession have done so.
It is hoped that suitable arrangements can be made throughout the Colony
for public worship and prayer on this the day of Her Majesty's Coronation.
[After the conclusion of the Church Services in Kingstown the uniformed
bodies will form up in the same order as for the procession and march to the
Grammar School Playing Field for the Combined Coronation and Queen's
Birthday Celebration Parade. Full particulars of the Parade are being published
separately.]





162 SAINT VINCENT, T l'E A' ': AY. .53.-(No. 31).


ORDER OF PROCESSION.


Police Band
Police
Auxiliary Police
Cadets
Volunteer Fire Brigade
Boy Scouts
Girl Guides
British Red Cross Society
Hospital Nurses


Executive Council
Legislative Council
Kingstown Town Board
Free Masons
Ancient Order of Foresters
British Empire Service League
Public Officers
Legal and Medical Practitioners
Representatives of the Press
Small Towns Boards and Village Councils
St. Vincent Planters' Association
St. Vincent Chamber of Commerce
Friendly Societies
Other Members of the General Public.
19th May, 1953.

No. 236.
COMBINEDI,PARADE FOR CELEBRATION OF THE CORONATION
AND BIRTHDAY OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN .ELIZABETH II.
June 2nd, 1953,
GRAMMAR SCHOOL PLAYING FIELD-KINGSTOWN.

PROGRAMME -
A procession of Police, Auxiliary Police, Cadets, Volunteer Fire Brigade, Scouts,
Guides, Red Cross and Hospital Nurses will form outside the Churches after the
Church Services, and march to the Playing Field. The Band will fall in between
the Cadets and the Volunteer Fire Brigade and proceed directly to the Playing
Fields. Police, Auxiliary Police and Cadets will make diversion to Police Barracks
to collect arms and all parties will then "fall in" on the Inspection Lines.
Members of the British Empire Service League will form up at the Playing Field.


1. 10.30 a.m.


2.
3.
4.
5.




6.
7.

8.


His Honour the Administrator arrives near the Saluting Base and
will be greeted with a Royal Salute as the Union Jack is broken
at the masthead.
The Administrator inspects the Parade.
March Past by all Units in Column of Route.
March Past by Armed Parties-in line.
The Administrator leaves the Saluting Base and moves to the
flank to indicate that as Her Majesty's representative he is
standing aside so that Her Majesty's presence may be imagined
and the Royal Standard is therefore flown at the Mast in place of
the Union Jack which has been lowered as the Parade gives a
Royal Salute.
Parade advances in Review Order for a Royal Salute in the
imagined presence of H.M. The Queen.
His Honour the Administrator calls for Three Cheers for Her
Majesty the Queen.





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 MAY, 1953.-(No. 31.)


163
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9. Royal Salute of 21 Guns.
10. His Honour the Aministrator returns to the Saluting Base sgIbi
Majesty's representative and the Union Jack replaces the Rqcal
Standard. -Ar
11. Announcement of Coronation and Birthday Honous.
12. Royal Salute.
13. His Honour leaves the Parade and the Union Jack is then oil .
19th May, 1953.

No. 249.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of the Legislative Council in the Council Chamber,
Kingstown, on Monday, 1st June, 1953, 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 attend is extended to the general public.
26th May, 1953.
(A. 1/1949)%

No. 250.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
The following list of Justices of the Peace for the Colony is published foi
general information:-


Name.
Alves, Joseph
Archer, V. D.
Balfour, Ralph
Balah, Esau
Ballantyne, 0. 'V
Brereton, R. M.
Browne, C. F.
Browne, L. W.


Child, Frank
Connell, S. C., M.B. ..
Daisley, H. E. A. (Jnr.)
DaSantos, A. B. C.
Davis, H. A., O.B.E.
Dougan, John A. .
Drayton, Alonzo D.
Dunn, Rev. J. R. A.
Fraser, Edward P ..
Hadley, Hon. W. A.
Hazell, Claude
Hobson, Major P. M. C.,
M.B.E., W.D.
Jackson, Lawrence
Joachim, E. A. ..
John, Errey B.
Jones, Rev. F. Bertrr.m
Maingot, Everard L.
McIntosh, Cyril
McIntosh, Sydney V.
McMillan, Kenneth J. E...
Minors, Rupert ..
Nanton, W. A. G...
PreRcod. C. W.
Punnett, Hon. Arnold Mor-
gan, C.B.E.
Punnett, Duncan
Punnett, Langley
Punnett, Lewis IL.
Richards, J. E.
Saunders, T. M ..
Stephens, George
Stephens, P. S ..
Theobalds, V. P.
Tucker, ;T.
Weeks, D. Elson
26th \May, 1953.
(J 8/1948).


Profession, occupation or
calling.
Proprietor
Civil Servant
Planter
Head Teacher
Merchant
Retired School Teacher
Head Teacher
Retired Agricultural
Officer
Planter
Retired Civil Servant
School Teacher
Planter
Merchant
Proprietor
Proprietor
Minister of Religion
Proprietor
Planter
Proprietor

Estate Manager
Estate Manager
Merchant
School Teacher
Minister of Religion
Proprietor
Planter
Proprietor
Medical Practitioner
Estate Manager
Planter
Retired Civil Servant

Planter
Planter
Planter
Proprietor
Merchant
School Teacher
School Teacher
Merchant
Retired Civil Servant
MPerchnt
Civil Servant


Place of residence.
Union Island
Cane Garden
Canouan
Biabou
Georgetown
Layou.
Marriaqua

Union Island
Grand Sable Estate
Kingstown
Stubbs
Colonarie
Sion Hill
Calliaqua.
Mesopotamia
Georgetown
Layou
Union Estate
Bequia

Georgetown
Owia
Barrouallie
Georgetown
Layou
Mustique
Bequia
Bequia
Kingstown
Chateaubelair
Biabou
Kingstown

Diamond Estate
Pembroke
Peniston
Villa
Georgetown
Murray Road
Colonarie
CG-c:r town.
Kin,'stown
Chl teaubelair.
Kingstown





L6 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 MAY, 1953.-(No 31).
4"


THB CORONATION MEDA L.
The Queen has approved the institu-
tion, to commemorate itheCoronation, of
a silver Medal to be known as "The
Corow aign I&cdal '. .. ..
It will be struck for issue as a person-
al souvenir from Her Majesty to persons
in the Crown Services and others in tlis
country and in other parts of the Com-
monwealth and Empire.
,iqQriduals selected ;for the award in
the united Kingdom will receive the
Mdal:as sgon as possible after the Cor-
onation. Medals for individuals select-
ed elsewhere in the Commonwealth will
be despatched from this country, in
bulk, by arrangement with the Govern-
ments concerned and the dates for issue
will be settled locally.
The following is a description of the
Medal, which has been designed by Mr.
CECIL THOMAS:-
Obverse. ... Effigy of Her Majesty
The Queen, Crowned,
and robed and looking
.to. the observers' right.
Reverse. ... hThe Royal C y p h e r,
"E.R.II", surmounted
by the Crown. The
description "Q u een
ELIZABETH II, crown-
ed 2nd June, 1958 ". also
appears on the reverse.
The Medal will be 11 inches in diam-
eter, and will be worn suspended from a
ribbon 1 inches in width, dark red in
colour, with narrow white stripes at the
edges and two narrow dark blue vertical
stripes near the centre.
The Coronation Medal has been classi-
fied as an official Medal to be worn, on
all occasions on which Decorations and
Medals are worn, on the left breast. In
the official list showing the order in
which Orders, Decorations and Medals
should be worn it has been placed after
War Medals, Jubilee and previous Cor-
onation Medals, but before Efficiency
and Long Service awards. Ladies not
in uniform will wear the Coronation
Medal on the left shoulder of the dress,
the ribbon in this case being in the form
of a bow. Ladies who are already in
possession of official Medals worn on a
bar may, if they wish, add the Coron-
ation Medal to the bar instead of wear-
ing it separately on a bow.
Applications from individual imernbers
of the public cannot be entertained.
It is also notified that commercially
manufacture' medallions of whatever
origin, which may be on sale on the
occasion of the Coronation, should not
be worn i'i such a manner that they


mi~ht bect e, opofu.d with the official
Medal awarded by Her Majesty.
26th May, 1953.

No. 252.
APPOI NTMENT.
His Excellency the Governor has
been-pleased to approve of the appoint-
ment of Air Commodore F. L. PBARCE,
C.B.E., D.S.O., D.F.C., to the post of
Aide-de-Camp and Private Secretary,
with effect from the 12th May, 1953.
26th May, 1953.
(A. 9/1942).

No. 253.
RESIGNATION.
Mr. G. L. E. BARKER, Crown Sur-
veyor, has resigned from the Public
Service of the Colony with effect from
18th March, 1953.
26th May, 1953.
(P. F. 255).


No. 254.
RESUMPTION.
With reference to Notice o. 202,pub-
lished in the Government Gazette of
28th. April,. 1953, Mr. T. A. ROBERTS
resumed duties as acting :Government
Printer with effect from 21st May, 1953.
26th May, 1953.
(P. F. 297).

No. 255.
LEGISLATION.
The under-mentioned Bills are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette and
may be seen at the Government Office,
Kingstown Library, DistrictPost Offices,
Police Stations and at all Revenue
Offices:-
Private Bill for an Ordinance to
amend the Anglican Church In-
corporated Trustees Ordinance,
Cap. 48.
(J. 16/1952).
19th May, 1953.
Bill for an Ordinance to amend the
Education Ordinance, 1937.
(J. 42/1945).
26th May, 1953.

No. 256.
The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette :-
The Colonial Air Navigation (Amend-
ment) Order, 1953.





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 MAY, 1953.---(o. 31). 165


The Colonial Civil Aviation (Applica- and theory of agriculture at sub-Univer-
tion of Act) (Amendment) Order, sity level.
1953. The Lecturer will be required to live
S.R. & 0. No. 19.-The Sedition and in the furnished flat, best suited to a
Undesirable Publications (Amendment) single man, attached to the Students'
Order 1953. Dormitory Block, and to assist with
26th May, 1953. practical and theoretical tuition, farm
management and supervision.
Candidates should have a degree or
No. 257. diploma in agriculture, with good prac-
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE. tical experience.
COST-OF-LIVING INDEX FIGURE. Appointments will initially be on con-
A memoranduiim on the subject of tract at a salary according to merit,
Cost-of-Living Index Figure for the within the scale $2,400 x 120-3,600,
month of April, 1953, is published with plus cost-of-living allowance: arrange-
this issue of the Gazette. inents will be made to maintain any
26th May, 1953. existing pension rights, or a gratuity
will be paid in lieu thereof. A nominal
No 258. deduction will be made from salary for
BANK HOLIDAYS. board and lodging. Free passage, if
By virtue of a Proclamation issued required, will be given on appointment
*S ^11'^ of \ Proclat and terminatioR of contract. Liberal
with the Gazette of 24th March, 1953, and termination of contract. Liberal
(S.R. & 0. No. 11), Tuesday 2nd and leave on full salary.
Wednesday 3rd June, 1953, being Bank Applications, giving full information
Wednesday 3rd June 1953, being Bank concerning qualifications and experience,
Holidays, all Public Offices will be with the names and addresses of three
closed on those days. responsible persons to whom reference
26th May, 1953. may be made, should be addressed to
No 259. THE PRINCIPAL, EASTERN CARIB-
r BEAN FARM INSTITUTE, CENTENO,
Thursday the 4th June. 1953 (Corpus ARIMA P.O., TRINIDAD, B.W.I., to
Christi), being a Bank Holiday, all Pub- I reach him not later than 15th July,
lic Offices will be closed on that day. I193.


26th lMay,|1953.
No. 260.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Thursday, the 11th June, 1953 (Queen's
Birthday) being a Bank Holiday, all
Public Offices will be closed on that
day.
26th May, 1953.

No. 246.
TENDERS:iFOR ERECTION OF DECK
PEEL OVEN.
Tenders are invited for the erection of
one single Deck Peel Oven, 99 square
feet, with tiled sole including a 22 foot
brick chimney. Plans. specification, in-
structions for erection and particulars of
site, may be obtained at the Public
Works Department.
Tenders must be submitted to the
Superintendent of Works with a state-
ment of previous experience in this type
of work not later than 1stllMay, 1953.
19th May, 1953.

No. 220.
EASTERN CARIBBEAN FARMII
INSTITUTE.
VACANCY FOR LECTURER.
Applications are invited for the post
of LECTURER at the Eastern Caribbean
Farm Institute, which is to be opened in
Trinidad towards the end of 1953, by
seven British West Indian Governments,
as a residential institution for 40 stu-
dents, to train the Staff of Departments
of Agriculture and n1 ohrs in the practice
...--... '


19th May, 1953.
(A. 15/1950).

No. 228.
POST OFI:PROOF" READER,A GOVERN-
MENT PRINTING OFFICE, GRENADA.
Applications are invited for the post
of Proof Reader, Government Printing
Office, Grenada.
The post, which is not pensionable, is
in the salary scale of $792 x $72-$1,152
per annum, and a temporary cost ef
living allowance is also payable at an
approved rate. The existing rate varies
between 30% of actual salary up to $960,
and 25% thereafter.
Evidence of educational background
and previous experience in employment
should accompany application. Two
testimonials of recent date should also
be submitted.
The officer will be responsible to the
Government Secretary for the satisfact-
ory performance of his duties.
Applications must be addressed to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission,
Government Office. St. George's. Gren-
ada, and must reach him on or before
31st May, 1953.
S12th May, 1953.
By Command,
A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
26th May, 1953.





L66 SAINT VINCENT TUESDAY, 26 MAY, 1953.-(No. 31).


DtLTP ATMENTAL AND)
OTHER NOTICES.

NOTICE.
A vacancy exists for an Assistant
Mech.ainical Engineer (Marine) in the
British Guiana Transport and Harbours
Department to assist the Chief Mechan-
ical Engineer to take charge of the
maintenance of Marine Craft, Hulls,
Boilers and Engines. The post is per-
manent and pqnsionable and the salary
is in ,the scale 750 x 30-900 per
ann.ttift A temporary Cost of Living
Allowance at the rate of 50 per annum
is payable.
2. Candidates should be under 40
yeais of age, corporate members of the
Institution of Mechanical Engineers or
holdother technical qualifications cover-
ing the field of a Marine Engineer. Can-
didites must have had experience in
both Steam and Diesel Marine Engine
maintenance and have a good knowledge
of workshop practice and administration.
3. On appointment free passages will
be provided for the officer, his wife and
children under 18 years not exceeding
five persons in all. On leave after
completion of a minimum tour free
return passages (not exceeding a total of
200 each) will be provided for the
officer and his wife only, subject to the
provision of funds annually by the
Legislature. Five days leave for each
completed month of residential service
up to a maximum of six months after a
minimum tour of two years. Free quar-
ters are not provided.
4. Intending candidates should make
application (or. write for any further
particulars desired to the General Man-
ager, Transport and Harbours Depart-
ment. British Guiana, giving brief details
of age, qualifications and experience as
soon as possible.
26th May, 1953.


LIVESTOCK NOTICE.
SALE OF HORSE-KIND AGRICULTURAL
DEPARTMENT, DOMINICA.
Tenders are invited for the purchase
of the following horsekind :-
(a) One Thoroughbred Stallion
(b) One half bred Colt
(c) One Jack Donkey
(d) One She Mule
(a) The Thoroughbred Stallion, Rose
Garland, is of Irish thoroughbred Blood
Line out of Roselake sired by Felici-
tation.
The Stallion is 14 years old and
rising 16 hands. He was trained in


Ireland by H. WELLESLEY and was.
ownedby LORD GLENTORAN. He won
the Shandon Plate at Mallow and the
Anglesey Stakes at the Curragh Ireland
at two years old. At three years he
won the match race in His Majesty's
Plate at Galway over a distance of two
miles.
Imported to the West Indies in
1942. He raced three times in Trinidad-
Purchased by Dominica in 1944 for Stud
services he has several outstanding pro-
genies to his credit. His sire Felicita-
tion won 8 races including the Ascot
Gold Cup, Churchill Stakes, Jockey Club
Cup, valued at 14,675.;':,
He is vigorous as a Sire and is being
offered for sale only to avoid uncontroll-
ed inbreeding.
(b) The Colt
Brown chestnut in colour two,
years old and standing over 13 hands.
He is out of an imported half bred Mare,,
Goldflake, by Rose Garland.
(c) The Jack Donkey
A half bred Kentucky Jack, age 7
years, Mouse colour, standing 13 hands.
(d) The Mule
Dark brown, 14 hands, useful for
pack purposes.
(e) Applications should be marked
"tender for Horsekind" and should be
addressed to the Agricultural Superin-
tendent, Roseau, Dominica, to reach
him not later than 30th June 1953, who
does not bind himself to accept the
highest or any tender.
ST. G. C. COOPER,
Agricultural Superintendent.
19th May, 1953.
(W. 40/1949).


MARRIAQUA VILLAGE COUNCIL
BYE.ELECTION.
Notice is hereby given that according
to Section 25 of 1951 Local Government
Ordinance, the Clerk will be in attend-
ance at the Mesopotamia Police Station
on Monday, 8th June, 1953, from 8.00
a.m. to 9,00 a.m. to receive nominations
to fill the seat of an Elected member of
the Marriaqua Villqge Council vacated
by Mr. Felix Browne.
Should a Poll be required, it will be
taken at the said Police Station on Mon-
day, 22nd June, 1953, from 8.00 a.m. to
12 noon, and from 1.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.
WALTER BACCHUS,
Clerk and Presiding
Officer.
19th May, 1953.





SAINT VI1N(CENT. TUI'SDAY, 216 MAY, 1953.-(No. 31). 167


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE 1948.

It i. hereby notified for general infornlation that tlie Quarterly Licensing
Sessions will be helix iin tho unlermnentioned Parishes for the purpose of bear-
ing applications from applicants in their respective Parishes for the granting of
certificaits in accordance with the Liquor Licence Ordiuance, 1948. at the times
and places hereunder :--


Parish.
St. George & St. Andrew


Charlotte


St. David


St. Patrick


Time and Place of Session.
A t the Court Honse, Kingstown, on Wed-
nesday, 17th June, 1953, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon.
At the Court House. Georgetown, on
Friday, 19th June, 1963, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon.
... At the Court House, Chateaubelair, on
Monday, 15th June, 1953, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon.
At the Court House, Barrouallie, on
Friday, 12th Jane, 1953. at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon.


Grenadines (Bequia) ... At the Court Honse, at Port Elizabeth,
Bequia. on Wednesday, o0th June, 1953,
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 1upon :he applicant and
upon the Magistrate not less than seven days before the day fixed for the holding
of the Licensing Session.
E. GLASGOW,
Magistrate.
PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.

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

St. George & Victor Jackson Shopkeeperi Sion Hill Sion Hill
St. Andrew Kathleen Boaraing- ]
Sherman House K lrin-stown Kin(gstown Park
Proprieti-ess
Joseph Murphy Shopkeeper' di) Kingslown
Olive Samuel ,, Evesham Eveslhaii Vale
YVale
Magderlin ,, Carriere Carrierre
Browne
Fitzroy Hinds Merchant Rich:noni! Kingstown
Hill
Donald Simmons Proprietor Amos Vale Arnos Vale

Charlotte ... Bentley Chewitt Merchant South South Rivers
Rivers
Daniel Brewster ,, ,, .
Elijah James ,, Byera Hill Byera Hill
St. Patrick ... Eugene Ashton ,, Spring Spring Village
Village
St. David ... Martin Samuel ,, Troumaca Troumaca


E. GLASGOW,
Magistrate.
MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
12th May, 1953.





SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY. 2G MAY, ls.53.--?No. 31).


FOR SALE.


It is hereby ni,:ifieid for gelitnral infor-
mation that there will be put up for
sale by public auction on Wednesday
10th June 1953, at 1.30 p.m at H.M.
Prisons, Kingstown:-
One (1) Ford. 2' Ton Truck T 12.
The truck can be inspected at the
Kingstown Prison, at any time between
the hours of 7 a.m. to ( p.m.

C. J. T. ANDERSON,
Superintendent of Prisons.
12th May, 1953.




ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.

CONTROL NOTICES.

OPEN GENERAL EXPORT LICENCE.

Pursuant to Section 5 of the Imports
Exports Control Regulations, 1939, and
-with reference to Control Notice dated
31st day of December 1951, the under-
mentioned item is hereby added to the
list of exemptions from Export Licence
and may be exported from the Colony
of St. Vincent under Open Genera]
Export Licence :-
CASSAVA STARCH.

Dated this 8th day of May, 1953.


DE-CONTROL OF CODFISH.

Notice is hereby given that Govern-
ment has decided to discontinue the
policy of Bulk-purchasing of Codfish by
the Control Department as from the date
of this Notice. 1o 0 -
Importation of Codfish will now be
undertaken by Merchant/Importers who
must apply to the Control Department
for a licence to import. It is to be
clearly understood that owing to the
limited dollar allocation made available
for this commodity the importation of
Codfish from dollar sources will necess-
arily have to be under strict quota, due
regard to be paid to price quotations and
quantities required.
Dated this 8th day of May 1953.
A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of supplies,
Competent Authority.


STAMP ORDINANCE, CAP. 195.

Attenttion OF ALL WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN is her-by invited to the Stamp
(Amcnimneiit) Ordinance 1952, No 6 of
1952, which was assented to by His
Excellence the Governor on 22nd Jan-
nary, 1952.
2. The Or.liinarce above referred to
and its Schedule require all Receipts
including Cash Bills. for floods mvu chased
(it Slores. Shopis or elsewhere for $5 and
over to be stfiipc/d with an adhesive
siain)p to the value set forth in the said
Schedule.
3. Every person, who being required
under this Ordinance, to stamp any
Receipt or Cash Bill as aforesaid neg-
lects or refuses to do so in the manner
provided, shall forfeit a penalty not ex-
ceeding Forty-eight Dollars ($48).

A. L. DOPWELL,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.
26th May, 1953.


POST OFFICE NOTICES.


It is hereby notified for information
of the general public that the General
Post Office at Kingstown will be opened
between the hours of 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on
Tuesday, 2nd June 1953, for the sale of
the special Postage Stamp to commemo-
rate the Coronation of Her Majesty
Queen Elizabeth II.
This Stamp will be of the 4c. Denomi-
nation and will be on sale until the
31st December, 1953 or until stocks are
exhausted, whichever is the earlier.
MoD. SMITH,
Colonial Postmaster.
9th May, 1953.

It is hereby notified for information
of the general public that the contract
vessel "C.L.M. Tannis" will make the
run to the Grenadines during the 1st
week in June 1953 as follows :-g-
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day, 1st June 1953 and return the same
evening.
Leave Kingstown at 8 a.m. on Friday,
5th June 1953, and return on Saturday
afternoon, 6th June 1953.
McD. SMITH,
Colonial Postmaster.
GENERAL POST OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT,
16th May, 1953.


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1953 No. 402

AIR NAVIGATION


The Colonial Air Navigation
1953.

Made- -
Laid before Parliament
Coming into Opeiatior


(Amendment) Order,


11th March, 1953
12th March, 1953
1st June, 1953


At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the llth day of March, 1953
Present,
The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council

Whereas in pursuance of the powers conferred upon Him by the
Air Navigation Acts, 1920(a) to 1947(b), and the Colonial Air
Navigation (Application of Acts) Orders, 1937(c) to 1947(d), His
late Majesty King George the Sixth was pleased to make the
Colonial Air Navigation Order, 1949(e), which Order, as amended
by the Colonial Air Navigation (Amendment) Order, 1950(f), the
Colonial Air Navigation (Amendment) Order, 1951(g), and the
Colonial Air Navigation (Amendment) Order, 1952(h), is
hereinafter referred to as the principal Order :
And Whereas the Civil Aviation Act, 1949(i), repealed the Air
Navigation Acts, 1920 to 1947, but saved certain provisions thereof:
'And Whereas in pursuance of the powers conferred upon Her
by the Civil Aviation Act, 1949, Her Majesty was pleased to make
the Colonial Civil Aviation (Application of Act) Order, 1952(i) :
And Whereas the Colonial Civil Aviation (Application of Act)
Order, 1952, revoked the Colonial Air Navigation (Application of
Acts) Orders, 1937 to 1947, but saved, together with certain other
instruments, any Order in Council made. in pursuance of those
Orders prior to their revocation:
And Whereas it is expedient that the principal Order should
be amended in manner hereinafter appearing:


(a)
(c)
(d)
i(e)
(g)
K(flr)

/ 3 5.


10 & 11 Geo. 5. c. 80. (b) 10 & 11 Geo. 6. c. 18.
S.R. & O. 1937/378; Rev. I, p. 1200; 1937, p. 141.
S.R. & O. 1947/2738; Rev. I, p. 1200; 1947 I, p. 70.
S8. 1949/2000; 19491, p. 359. (f) S.I. 1950/1188; 1950 I, p. 329.
S.. 1951/1776; 1951 I, p. 215. (h) S.I. 1952/869.
12, 14 & 14 Geo. 6. 86. (1) S.. 1952/868.













Amendment of
principal
Order.


Now, therefore, Her Majesty, in pursuance of the powers
conferred upon Her by the Civil Aviation Act, 1949, and the
Colonial Civil Aviation (Application of Act) Order, 1952, and of all
other powers enabling Her in that behalf, is pleased, by and with
the advice of Her Privy Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered
as follows:-

1. The principal Order shall be amended in accordance with
the following provisions :-
(1) For paragraph (5) of Article 16 there shall be substituted
the following :-
(5) A public transport aircraft of any class or
description prescribed in relation to this paragraph shall
not fly or attempt to fly unless-
(a) Written loading instructions have been given by
the operator of the aircraft to the person
superintending the loading of the aircraft
instructing him how the load is to be distributed
and secured to ensure
(i) that the load may safely be carried on the
proposed flight, and
(ii) that the conditions on which the certificate
of airworthiness relating to the a1~cu was
issued or rendered valid are complied with;
(b) The person superintending the loading of the
aircraft for the proposed flight has made out,
signed and dated a load sheet in duplicate
containing the prescribed particulars, and the said
load sheet has been submitted to and examined
by the person in command of the aircraft."
(2) For Article 17 there shall be substituted the following
Articles :-
"17. (1) Subject to the provisions of paragraph (2) of
this Article, this Article shall have effect in relation to public
transport aircraft registered in the Colony.
(2) (a) This Article shall not have effect in relation to
aircraft for the time being used solely for the purpose of
training persons carried therein to perform duties in an
aircraft;
(b) Paragraphs (5) and (6) of this Article shall 'ot have
effect in relation to aircraft flown in accordance with the
Visual Flight Rules in Section IV of the Second Schedule to
this Order if the aircraft is for the time being used solely
either (i) for local pleasure flights commencing from and
finishing at the same aerodrome with no intermediate landings,
or (ii) for flights other than flights made on a scheduled
journed and the total maximum weight authorised for the
aircraft as shown for the time being in its certificate of
airworthiness does not exceed 5,000 lb.







(3) The operator of the aircraft (hereinafter in this
Article called the operator ") shall ensure that every member
of the operating crew thereof (hereinafter in this Article
called "the operating crew") is fully instructed as to the
duties and responsibilities to be discharged by him in the
capacity in which he is acting as such member and as to the
relationship of such duties and responsibilities to the
operations system of any air route over which he may be
called upon to discharge the same and that he has adequate
knowledge of every such air route.
(4) The operator shall ensure that every member of the
operating crew has training, practice and periodical tests in
accordance with such requirements as may be prescribed with
respect to those matters.
(5) The operator shall provide for the use and guidance of
the members of the operating crew an Operations Manual
containing such particulars as may be prescribed and such
further information as will enable them to become fully
acquainted with the nature of any flying operations in which
they will be engaged and their respective duties and
responsibilities in relation thereto.
(6) The following provisions of this paragraph shall have
effect with respect to the said Manual-
(a) the operator shall cause the Manual to be revised from
time to time as may be necessary in consequence of any
change affecting the operation of the aircraft or the
equipment thereof or as may otherwise appear to the
operator to be necessary;
(b) the operator shall cause copies of the Manual and of any
revised portion thereof to be furnished to the members of
the operating crew and to such other persons as appear to
the operator to be persons to whom it is necessary or
expedient that such copies should be supplied;
(c) the operator shall ensure that all copies of the Manual in
the hands of members of the operating crew are kept so
revised as to show at any time any variation which may
then have been made in the requirements with respect to
the matters to which the Manual relates;
(d) the operator shall cause to be furnished to the Governor
copies of such parts of the Manual as the Governor may
from time to time require including any revisions therein.
(7) The operator shall maintain current records of the
flight times of every member of the operating crew and shall
establish limitations on those flight times such as to ensure
that the safety of the aircraft is not endangered by reason of
fatigue of any such member attributable to the length or
frequency of his flight times.
(8) The Governor may take such measures as he may
consider necessary to satisfy himself that the provisions of
paragraphs (3) to (7) of this Article are being complied with
by the operator.





* U


(C) In this Article the expression flight time means any
period in the course of the time from the moment at which
any aircraft first moves under its own power for the purpose
of taking-off for a flight until the moment at which it comes to
rest at the end of that flight during which a member of the
operating crew of the aircraft is engaged in discharging or
remains liable to discharge his duties and responsibilities in
the capacity in which he is acting as such member.
17A. (1) The operator of a public transport aircraft
which is not registered in the Colony shall cause to be furnished
to the Governor as he may from time to time require particulars
of any weather conditions, together with any instructions
related thereto, which that operator may have specified for any
aerodrome in the Colony for the purpose of limiting its use
either for take-off or landing.
(2) No aircraft to which this Article applies shall
commence a flight from or land at any aerodrome in the
Colony if the weather conditions at that aerodrome are less
favourable than the weather conditions specified for that
aerc.irome under paragraph (1) of this Article.
17B. (1) Subject to the provisions of paragraph (2) of
this Article, this Article shall apply to public transport aircraft
registered in the Colony.
(2) This Article shall not apply to (a) aircraft for the
time being used solely for the purpose of training persons
carried therein to perform duties in an aircraft, or (b) aircraft
flown in accordance with the Visual Flight Rules in Section IV
of the Second Schedule to this Order if the aircraft is for the
time coing used solely either (1) for local pleasure flights
comrn:.ncing from and finishing at the same aerodrome with
no intermediate landings, or (ii) for flights other than flights
made on a scheduled journey and the total maximum weight
authorized for the aircraft as shown for the time being in its
certificate of airworthiness does not exceed 5,000 lb.
(3) (a) No aircraft to which this Article applies shall
commence a flight if either the cloud ceiling or runway visual
range at the aerodrome from which the flight is to be
commenced is less than the relevant minimum for take-off.
(b) No aircraft to which this Article applies shall
commence a flight if according to the available information
the aircraft would not, without infringing the provisions of
paragraph (4) of this Article, be able to commence or continue
an approach to landing at the aerodrome of intended landing
at the estimated time of arrival at that aerodrome or at any
alternate aerodrome at any time at which according to a
reasonable estimate the aircraft would arrive at that
aerodrome.
(4) (a) No aircraft to which this Article applies shall
commence or continue an approach to landing at any
aerodrome if the runway visual range at that aerodrome is less
than the relevant minimum for landing.







(b) No aircraft to which this Article applies shall continue
its approach to landing at any aerodrome below the critical
height of the relevant minimum for landing if from that
height the approach to landing cannot be completed entirely
by visual reference to the ground.
(5) If according to the available information an aircraft
would as regards any flight be required by Rule 23 of the
Second Schedule to this Order to be flown in accordance with
the Instrument Flight Rules in Section V of the said Second
Schedule at the aerodrome of intended landing, the person in
command of the aircraft shall select prior to take-off an
alternate aerodrome unless no aerodrome suitable for that
purpose is available.
(6) In this Article:-
relevant minimum in relation to an aerodrome means
a weatlhr minimum specified in the Operations Manual
required by Article 17 of this Order;
weather minima means the cloud ceiling and runway
visual range for take-off and the critical height and runway
visual range for landing below which the aircraft cannot
safely take-off or land (as the case may be) at the relevant
aerodrome, provided that no weather minima shall be less than
any minima specified for that aerodrome by the appropriate
authority unless it shall have been specifically approved by
that authority;
cloud ceiling" in relation to an aerodrome means the
distance measured vertically from aerodrome elevation to the
lowest part of any cloud visible from the aerodrome which is
sufficient to obscure more than one half of the sky visible from
the aerodrome;
"critical height" means the height specified in the
Operations Manual as the minimum height above aerodrome
elevation to which an approach to landing can safely be
continued without visual reference to the ground;
runway visual range" means the maximum distance
along the runway or the landing strip measured from any
point on the runway or landing strip in the direction in which
the aircraft will approach or from which it will commence its
flight, as the case may be, at which the runway or landing
strip, or the markers or lights delineating it, are visible,
provided that where any such maximum distance has been
measured in relation to any aerodrome in the Colony by the
aerodrome authorities of that aerodrome, and has been
communicated to the person in command, the distance so
measured shall be taken to be the runway visual range;
alternate aerodrome and appropriate authority have
the meanings assigned to them respectively in Rule 1 of the
Second Schedule to this Order;
"runway" and "landing strip" have the meanings
assigned to them respectively in Rule 37 of the Second Schedule
to this Order;







approach to landing" means that portion of the flight
of the aircraft in which it is descending below a height of
1,000 feet above the critical height of the relevant minimum
for landing;
"flight" includes the whole of the period occupied in
transit from an aerodrome to the aerodrome of next landing
from the time when the aircraft is first in motion on the
ground until the time when it comes to rest on landing ".
(3) For Article 35 there shall be substituted the following
Article-
"35. (1) Subject as hereinafter in this paragraph
provided, no person shall carry in an aircraft any dangerous
goods to which this Article applies except with the special
permission in writing of the Governor or, in a case where the
aircraft is registered outside the Colony and there is in force
an agreement between the Governor and the duly competent
authority in the country in which the aircraft is registered
relating to the carriage of such goods in aircraft, with the
special permission in writing of that authority, and subject to
any conditions imposed by any such special permission :
Provided that no such special permission shall be required
for the carriage of any article of equipment of the aircraft or
of any article required for the purposes of the operation,
navigation or safety of the aircraft or for the safety or well-
being of any person or persons on board.
(2) Subject as hereinafter in this paragraph provided,
every person consigning for carriage by any aircraft any
dangerous goods-
(i) shall mark the nature of such goods on a label which
shall be attached or affixed to the outside of the
package or container; and
(ii) shall give the carrier an air consignment note stating
the nature of such goods :
Provided that this paragraph shall not apply to the
carriage of equipment or other articles in accordance with the
proviso to paragraph (1) of this Article.
(3) In cases to which paragraph (2) of this Article applies
the carrier shall inform the person in command of the aircraft
of the nature, weight and quantity of the goods at or before
the time of sending such goods to be carried or taken on board
the aircraft.
(4) In this Article the expression dangerous goods"
means any explosive substance and any other goods (whether
explosive or not) which by reason of their nature are liable to
endanger the safety of the aircraft or persons on board the
aircraft.
(5) The provisions of this Article shall be in addition to
and not in derogation of the provisions of the last foregoing
Article."







2. (1) This Order may be cited as the Colonial Air Navigation
(Amendment) Order, 1953.
(2) This Order and the principal Order may be cited together
as the Colonial Air Navigation Orders, 1949 to 1953.
(3) This Order shall come into operation on the first day of
June, 1953.
W. G. Agnew.


Short title and
commencement.


EXPLANATORY NOTE.
(This Note is not part of the Order, but is intended to indicate
its general purport.)
This Order amends the Colonial Air Navigation Order, 1949.
The Amendments relate, among other matters, to loading
instructions, Operations Manuals, the compliance with minimum
weather conditions by operators of public transport aircraft, and
the carriage of dangerous goods in aircraft.


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1953 No. 591

AIR NAVIGATION

The Colonial Civil Aviation (Application of Act)
(Amendment) Order, 1953.
Made 1st April, 1953
Laid before Parliament 2nd April, 1953
Coming into Operation 30th June, 1953

At the Court at Windsor Castle, the 1st day of April, 1953
Present,
The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council
Whereas in exercise of the powers vested in Her by virtue of the
Civil Aviation Act, 1949(a), Her Majesty was pleased to make the
Colonial Civil Aviation (Application of Act) Order, 1952(b)
(hereinafter referred to as "the principal Order"), extending
certain of the provisions of the said Act, adapted and modified as
provided in the principal Order, to the territories therein
mentioned :
And Whereas section 13 of the said Act relates to the making
of regulations for the licensing of air transport and commercial
flying :
And Whereas section 13 of the said Act, adapted and modified
as provided in the principal Order, was one of the provisions of the
said Act extended by the said Order to the territories therein
mentioned :
And Whereas the East African Territories (Air Transport)
Order in Council, 1945(c), and the West African Territories (Air
Transport) Order in Council, 1946(d), respectively, provide for the
making of r gulations for the licensing of air transport and
commercial flying in the territories mentioned in such Orders:
And Whereas it is expedient that the principal Order should
be amended in manner hereinafter appearing:
Now, therefore, Her Majesty, by virtue and in exercise of the
powers in that behalf by the Civil Aviation Act, 1949, or otherwise
in Her Majesty vested, is pleased, by and with the advice of Her
Privy Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered as follows:-
1. (1) This Order may be cited as the Colonial Civil Aviation Short title and
(Application of Act) (Amendment) Order, 1953. commencement.
(a) 12, 13 & 14 Geo. 6. c. 67.
(b) S.I. 1952/868.
, 7oI9 2, e) S.R. & O. 1945/1370; Rev. VIII, p. 342; 1945, I, p. 397.
S ^(4 d) S.R. & O. 1946/682; Rev. VIII, p. 395; 1946 I, p. 622.







(2) This Order and the principal Order may be cited together
as the Colonial Civil Aviation (Application of Act) Orders, 1952
and 1953.
(3) This Order shall come into force on the thirtieth day of
June, 1953.
2. In paragraph (1) of Article 2 of the principal Order after
the definition of "The East African Territories" there shall be
inserted the following definition :-
"'The West African Territories' means those territories
set out in the Third Schedule to this Order; ".
3. Article 3 of the principal Order shall be amended by the
addition of the following proviso :-
Provided that the provisions of section 13 of the said Act
shall not be extended to the East African Territories or to the
West African Territories."

4. In paragraph (1) of Article 4 of the principal Order the
number 13 shall be omitted.


5. Immediately after the Second Schedule to the principal
Order there shall be added the following new Schedule :-
"SCHEDULE III.
Nigeria :-
(a) Colony.
(b) Protectorate.


Amendment of
Article 2 of the
principal
Order.

Amendment of
Article 3 of the
principal
Order.


Amendment of
Article 4 of the
principal
Order.
Addition of new
Schedule to the
principal
Order.


(c) Cameroons under United Kingdom Trusteeship.
Gold Coast:-
(a) Colony.
(b) Ashanti.
(c) 'Northern Territories.
(d) Togoland under United Kingdom Trusteeship.
Sierra Leone (Colony and Protectorate).
Gambia (Colony and Protectorate)."
W. G. Agnew.
EXPLANATORY NOTE.
(This Note is not part of the Order, but is intended to indicate
its general purport.)
This Order amends the Colonial Civil Aviation (Application of
Act) Order, 1952, so as to provide that the powers to make
regulations for the licensing of air transport and commercial
flying under section 13 of the Civil Aviation Act, 1949, shall not
apply to the East African and West African Territories.
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47

SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1953, No. 19.

(Gazetted 26th May, 1953)


1.. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Sedition and Undesirable
Publications (Amendment) Order, 1953 and shall be read as one with the Sedition
and Undesirable Publications Order, 1953 (S. R. & O. 1953, No. 12) (hereafter
referred to as the principal Order).

2. Section 2 of Principal Order amended, section 2 of the
principal Order is hereby amended by deleting the references appearing therein
'o the publications following:-
"All publications of the World Federation of Trade Unions ".
"Torch ".
and by adding to the publications therein enumerated the following publication :-
"World Trade Union Movement" (Fortnightly Review of World Federation
of Trade Unions, published by W.F.T.U. Publications Ltd.)


Made by the Governor in Council under Section 7 of the Sedition and
Undesirable Publications Ordinance, 1939 (No. 20 of 1939) this 22nd day of May
1953.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk of Executive Council.

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