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SAl N' V INC IN'TI'


GOVERNMENT


GAZEITE


VI.. 86.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER, 1953. [No. 59.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 484.
PORT ELIZABETH TOWN BOARD.
Mr. LIONEL NILES has been elected
Deputy Chairman of the Port Elizal~etE
Town Board, with effect from 18th Sep-
tem.b-r, 1953, and until further notice.
.\rs. ANTOINETTE MORGAN, nomina-
ted meibe r. has been granted three (3)
months leave of absence from 1st Sep-
tember, 1953.
29th September, 1953.
(A 10/1949).

No. 485.
BRITISH COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIPS,
1954156.
1. These scholarships are inte)nthd
normally to enable men and women who
.are graduates or of similarstatus to carry
.out advanced study or research in the
United Kingdom.
2. The duration is normally of 10
months though in special cases it may
'be of two academic years or 22 months.
A full scholarship provides for payment
,of fees, fares, maintenance and a book
grant.
3. Only three scholarships have been
-allotted to the whole of the British West
'Indies. The standard is therefore high.
4. Further information may be obtain-
ed from the Assistant Administrator and
Establishment Officer,- Go v e r n m e n t
Office, to whom completed application
'forms with all supporting documents


should be submitted lbefre 31st October,
1958.
- 39th-~eptember, 1953.

No. 486.
LEAVE.
The Honourable H. F. YOUNG has
been granted 14 days leave of absence
from the Legislative Council with effect,
from 28th September, 1953.
29th September, 1953.
(A. 3111948).

No. 487.
LEGISLATION.
The under-mentioned Bill is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette and
i"ay be seen at the Government Office,
Kingstown Library, District Post Offices.
Police Stations and at. all Revenue
Offices :-
Bill for an Ordinance further to
amend the Indictable Offences
Ordinance, Cap. 24.
(J. 14/1948).
29th September, 1953.

*No. 488.
The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 34.-The Public Health
(Keeping of Pigs), Regulations,
1953.
S.R. & 0. No. 35.-The Publi6 Health
(Mosquito Control) Regulations,
1953.
(M. 28/1951).
29th September, 1953.


publitsi hed b1) kuthoritl .















312 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER, 1953.-(No. 59).


No. 489. mencing salary will depend on the-
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE. qualifications and experience of the
S officer. No Cost of Living Allowance is
The Accounts of the Colony for the officer No ost of Livin Allowance is
period 1st January to 31st July, 1953. Payable.
Sperio h wh i 7 ^ J ith The officer will I,e responsible for the-
are published with this issue of the running and organisation of ihe Public
Gazette.
Gazette. Library in Kingstown and for the organ-
29th September, 1953. isation and supervision of various branch
(F. 20/1952). libraries throughout the Colony, and
will be required to perform such other
No. 490. duties connected with Library work as-
Copies of minutes of meeting of the may from time to time be assigned by
Legislative Council held on the 20th Aug- the Administrator.
ust 1953, which may be seen at the Gov- The officer should possess the Associ-
ernment Office, Kingstown Library and ateship Certificate of the E n gl ish
at all Revenue Offices and District Post Library Association.
Offices, are published with this issue of The post is pensionable and any claim
the Gazette. to pension acquired in respect of previ-
29th September, 1953. I ous Colonial Service will be retained-
Free first class passages are provided
No. for the Officer, and up to four members
No. 491. of his family, namely a total of 5 in all,
VACANT POST OF LIBRARIAN, on first appointment only. No Assisted
PULIC LIBRARY, ST. VINCENT. Passages are granted on leave.
SApplications should be addressed ty
Applications are invited for the vacant the Assistant Administrator and Estab-
post of Librarian, Public Library, St. lishment Officer, Government Office,
Vincent. ST. VINCENT, andl shonll reach bine
The salary of the post is in the scale not later than 30th November, 1953.
$1368 x$72-$2160 per annum and cor- 29th September, 1953.

No. 369.
HURRICANE NOTICE.

IT is hereby notified for general information that in the event of a hurri-
cane threatening or approaching the Island, the following warnings will be
given :-
Cautionary Warning A white flag with a black
(when news received of centre will be flown from
an approaching hurricane) all Police Stations.
Rural Areas Loudspeaker and radio an-
including the nouncements will be made..
Grenadines
Warning to take cover Church bells will ring for a
period of five minutes.
Cautionary Warning A white flag with a black
centre will be flown from
the Police Barracks.
Loudspeaker and radio an-
nouncements will be made.
Three saluting guns will be
fired from the Police liar-
Kingstown racks.
racks.

Warning to take cover - The Government Cotton Gin-
nery whistle and a siren
from the Police Barracks
will be blown for a period
of five minutes.
7th July, 1953.
(W. 25/1949).
By Command,
A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
29th September, 1953.
















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER, 1953.-(No. 59). 313X


. DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

MEDICAL REGISTRATION NOTICES.

The undermention ed persons have this
day been registered as Trained Nurses
under the Narses Registration Ordin-
ance, 192 :-

Medical Name. Residence
District

I SPENCER, Kingstown
REGINALD

I OLLIVIERRE, do.
BARBARA

III JARDINE, ANNA Mt. Pleas-
AGATHA ant Village.

A. V. KING,
Medical Registrar.
22nd September, 1953.


The under mentioned persons have this
day been registered as Midwives:--

District. Name. Residence.


I OLLIVIERRE, Kingstown
BARBARA

III JARDINE, ANNA Mt. Pleas-
AGATHA ant Village.

A. V. KING,
Medical Registrar.
22nd September, 1953.




NOTICE.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.

Vacancies exist for two capable and
experienced motor drivers. Comnienc-
inr salary will depend on qualifications,
but it must be understood that the per-
sons appointed will be enlisted as police-
men and will be liable to perform all
the duties of a policeman. Apply at
once to Superintendent of Police.
A. H. JENKTNS, Lt.-Col.,
Superintendent of Police.
21st September, 1953.
(J. 211953).


GEORGETOWN TOWN BOARD.

1. The Electors Roll for the Town of"
Georgetown is being revised for the-
year 1953, and can be seen at the Rev-
enue Office, Police Station and Free-
Public Library Georgetown.
2. Persons whose names are not on
the Roll for the year 1952 and who are-
desirous of having their names inserted
on the Revised Roll" are kindly asked'
to come to the Board's Office for so
doing during the hours of 9 a.m. to-
4 p.m. from Monday 28th September to-
Tuesday 6th October, 1953.
C. A. STAY.
Warden.
19th September, 1953.


POST OFFICE NOTICE.

The Pnblic is hereby notified that as;
from 15th September, 1953 the opening
and closing hours for transaction of
business at District Post Offices are as;
follows:-
Windward District.
8.30 a.m.-11.30 a.m. i
1.00 p.m.-2.30 p.m. daily
Leeward District.
9.00 a.m.-12 noon
2.00 p.m.-3.30 p.m. daily
McD. SMITH,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
St. Vincent,
10th September, 1953.


AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT NOTICES.

CAMDEN PARK EXPERIMENT
STATION.

There are available for sale at Canmden
Park Experiment Station the following::
Plants
200 budded Orange and 100 budded
graplfrnit plants at a price of 60 cents.
per plant.
Livestock
9 sow pigs at $10 each.
1 boar pig at $10.
1 barrow pig at $10.
The above animals are not yet three
months old. The price of these animals
increases to $15 at le te e of 3 nmonth.s.
6 Sheep, progeny of the Wiltshire
Horn Ram crossed with purebred Ear-














314 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY,


bados Black Belly ewes are atso available
for sale.
10th September, 1953.


SALE OF ANIMALS AT OTTLEY HALL
PRISON FARM

It is notified for general information
that the following animals will be put
up for sale by Public Auction at the
Ottley Hall Prison Farm on Wednesday,
30th September, 195S at 2 p.m. sharp:-
2 Cows
2 Bulls
5 Heifer Calves
5 Bull Calves
The, Heifer Calves are all of good
breeding and are the progeny of a
Jersey Sahiwal Bull from Jamaica.
Terms of sale Cash.
The above mentianudA animals can be
seen at the Station on week days during
the hours 8.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon and
1.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.
J. M. CAVE,
Supt. of Agriculture.
10th September, 1953.


CENTRAL WATER DISTRIBUTION
AUTHORITY.

Attention is drawn to Sections 41 and
46(a) of the Central Water Distribution
Authority Ordinance, No. 12 of 1950,
which read as follows :-
-41. In the absence of any agree-
inent to the contrary. all water
supplied by tle Cenitral Authority
shall be deemed to have been
supplied for domestic use only,
and ill water supplied to premises
by means of a service shall be
deemed to be supplied only for nor-
mal use in the premises in ques-
tion.
46. If any person -
(a) uses any water supplied to
any premises for any purpose or in
any manner not authorized by or
under this Ordinance or the re-
gulations thereilder . .
he and the occupier of the premises
(if he and the occupier are not the
same person) shall be guilty of a
continuing offence in respect of
each day or part of a day during
which the contravention continues
and shall b- liable on summary
conviction to i fti.e of fifty dollars
in respect o[ the first day or part of
a aly and to a fine Ir ne dollar in
respect, io each succeeding day or
'mrt. of tay: :.nd the con tr.vention


on any nunmbe .ofetOisa du5~Ui'day
or parts of days not exceeding one
hundred and fifty may be made the
subject of a single complaint and
prosecution. On the conviction of
any person for a contravention of
this section, the Court may direct
the forfeiture to the Crown of any
tap, pipe, fitting or other device
used in the contravention."
2. The Authority regards as illegal
the use of water for the cultivation of
vegetables or other produce for sale.
3. Consumers of water who are
serviced with a supply from the Central
Water Distribution Authority Main and
who use water in the manner described
in paragraph 2 above are asked to com-
municate this fact to the undersigned
'immediately.
H. D. SYLVESTER.
Acting Chairman,
Central Water Distribution
Authority.`'.
Public Works Department,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent, B. W. I.
1ith September, 1953.


SAINT VINCENT

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS
A.D. 1953.

Suit No. 35.
Between
Saint Vincent Co-operative
Bank Limited Plaintiffs,
and
ALBAN DENNIE (Administrator ot
the Estate of ROSAMOND OLGA
DENNIE, deceased). Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that on Sat-
urday th, 101th day of October, 1958, be-
tween the lionrs of 12 o'clock neon and
3.00 p.inm; there will be nut up. for sale
at the Court House in Kingstown the
undvrmentinncd goods and chattels
levi ed tupn 1Iv virtue of a writ of seiz-
ure and sale issued in the above suit:-
One dwelling house built of wood
and covered with galvanised iron,
situate at Ottlcy Hall Estate, in
the Parish of Saint Andrew.
Dated this 14th day of September,
1953.
I). F. JOHNSON,
Relgi.sirar Supreme Court.
Registrar's Office,
Kingstown.


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c NT VINCENT.

SSTATJJTOR RULES AND ORDERS,

02 '19, No. 34.


PUBLIC HEALTH (KEEPING OF PIGS) REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 29th September, 1953).


1. Short Title. These Regulations may -b cited as the Public Health
(Keeping of Pigs) Regulations, 1953 and shall be read as one with the regulations
made by the Sanitary Authority on the 8th day of September, 1930 under section 15
of the Public Health Ordinance, 1927 (No. 9 of 1927) (hereinafter referred to as the
principal Regulations).

2. Regulation 2 of the principal Regulations substituted.
Regulation 2 of the principal Regulations is hereby revoked and the following
substituted therefore :-
". KEEPING OF PIGS WITHIN 200 YARDS OF TOWN. (1) No person
shall keep a pig within the limits of any town.
(2) No person shall keep a pigowithin 200 yards of the limits of any town
except in a pig-sty constructed in accordance with these regulations."

3. Regulation 4 of the principal Regulations substituted.
Regulation 4 of the principal Regulations is hereby revoked and the following
substituted therefore :-
"4. CO'NSTRUCTION OF PIG-STIES. (1) Every pig-sty shall be
provided with a floor of concrete so graded that all liquid shall be conveyed
by a suitable open channel tp a draininlet or catch pit situate in the open
air at a proper distance from any door or window, or to some suitable place
of disposal so situate.
(2) The Sanitary Authority mny give such directions for the proper
construction or alteration of any pigsty in which pigs are kept as are in the
discretion of the Authority necessary to secure compliance with (1) of this
Regulation.
(3) Every owner and occupier of premises on which pigs are kept shall
comply with the directions of the Sanitary Authority given in accordance
with this Regulation."





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Made by the Sanitary Authority under section 15 of the Public Health
Ordinance, 1927 (No. 9 of 1927) this 18th day of June 1953.

H. B. HETHERINGTON,
Chairman, Sanitary Authority.

T. BRERETON,
Secretary, sanitary Authority.

Laid before the Legislative Council this 22nd day of September 1953.

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Acting Clerk of Legislative Council.
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S VINCENT.

STATUTE ULES AND DERS,

353, No. 35.

THE PUBLIC HEAI iHMOSQUITO CONTROL)
REGUVlAIONS.

(Gazetted 29th September, 1953).

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Public Health
(Mosquito Control) Regulations, 1953.

2. Interpretation. In these Regulations wherever the context so admits-
"Premises" shall include lands whether used for agricultural purposes or
otherwise, buildings, vehicles, structures of any kind, streams, drains,
ditches or places open, covered, or enclosed whether built on or net and
whether- natural or artificial, any ship lying in any port or harbour in
the Colony and any aircraft in the Colony.

3. General power of entry for purpose of Inspections.
Any Medical Officer, Sanitary Inspector, or other person duly authorised by the
Sanitary Authority shall have the right to inspect in detail any premises at any
time between the hours of seven in the morning and six in the afternoon, or in the
case of any business premises, at any time when such business is in progress.

4. Spraying of premises. It shall be lawful for any Sanitary Officer or
other person duly authorized by the Sanitary Authority, to enter any premises for
the purpose of spraying such premises, at all reasonable times, having due regard
to the nature of the premises : provided that no spraying of premises shall be done
otherwise than between the hours of seven in the morning and six in the evening.

5. Objects of inspection. The inspections will have as their objects:
(a) To prevent the breeding and development of Aedes aegypti or any other
species of mosquito.
(b) To discover and treat, according to the methods approved by the Sanitary
Authority the actual and potential foci of Aedes aegypti breeding and of any other
species of mosquito.
(c) To indicate all the means necessary to correct conditions favourable to the
breeding and development of Aedes aegypti and any other species of mosquito.
(d) To discover and capture Aedes aegypti or other mosquitoes.
(e) To collect whatever information is in the interest of a mosquito control
campaign.





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6. Obstruction in course of inspection. Anyone who opposes,
obstructs or makes difficult in any way the activities of any Sanitary Officer or duly
authorised person in the execution of any of the requirements of these regulations
shall be guilty of an offence and on conviction thereof be liable to a fine not
exceeding ninety-six dollars.

7. Owner to keep premises free from larvae. (1) The owner of or
agent for any boat or lighter, shall keep such boat or lighter free from mosquito
larvae.
(2) The owner or occupier of any premises shall keep such premises free from
all tins, pans, bottles, broken crockery and other articles or receptacles which may
retain water and become breeding places for mosquitoes.
(3) The presence of mosquito larvae in any collection of water on premises
shall 1o evidCence that the provisions of this regulation have not been obeyed.

3. Cesspits. All cu:spits shall be rendered mosquito proof, and shall he so
maintained by th3 owner or occupier of any premises so as to be free from mosquito
larvae.

9. Householders responsible for maintenance of notice or Card.
Whenever the Sanitary Authority deems it necessary a notice or card may be issued
to any householder indicating the date of inspections of occupied premises and the
householder shall maintain this document in good condition.

10. Water containers on ships. (1) The water containers of boats,
vessels, launches and lighters shall be rendered and maintained mosquito proof in
such manner as may be required by notice issued by the Sanitary Authority.
(2) The owner or person in charge of any boat, vessel, launch or lighter may
be held liable for any failure to comply with this regulation.

11. Protection of Receptacles for storing water. (1) All tanks,
cisterns, barrels, vats, coppers and other like receptacles for storing water shall
have openings covered with wire gauze (18 meshes to tbe inch) or otherwise so
protected as to prevent the entrance or exit of mosquitoes or be kept stocked with
iarvivorous fish).
(2) All water in fountains, ponds, pools, antiformicas or excavations used for
all purposes other than industrial purposes shall be kept stocked with mosquito
destroying fish, or shall be kept covered with a film of oil or shall be treated with a
suitable insecticide of sufficient strength to prevent the breeding of mosquitoes.

12. Water store for industrial purposes. The owner, of any copper,
cistern, pool, pond, dam, vat, tank or excavation made or used for storing water
for industrial purposes shall be exempt from taking the antimosquito precautions
contained in regulation 11 (ii) hereof, but it shall be the duty of such owner to
take such measures as may be necessary to prevent the breeding of mosquitoes in
such copper, cistern, pool, pond, dam, vat, tank or excavation.







13. Owner to facilitate access for inspection. (1) Tneanitary
Authority may cause notice to be served on the owner of any tank, vat, barrel or
other water container considered difficult of access requiring him to provide within
a specified time such means of access as may be deemed necessary.
(2) The construction of cellars shall not be permitted unless they can be
easily inspected and are not capable of collecting water.
(3) The Sanitary Authority may call on the owner of any premises with a
cellar to construct such doors or windows and in such positions as may be deemed
necessary to facilitate the inspection of such cellar.

14. Eaves gutters and down-pipes. The owner or occupier of any
premises shall cause all eavegutters and down-pipes attached to such premises to
be maintained in good repair and free from obstruction so as to allow the ready
passage of water.

15. Bush and Undergrowth. The owner or occupier or any premises
shall cause to be cut down all bush or undergrowth on such premises liable to
harbour mosquitoes.

16. Penalty. Every person who shall offend against any of the provisions
of the foregoing Regulations shall be guilty of an offence and, on conviction of such
offence, shall be liable to a fine not exceeding ninety-six dollars.

17. Repeal. The Regulations made by the Sanitary Authority under
section 3 k (i), (ii), (iii), (iv) of the Public Health (Amendment) Ordinance, 1929,
with respect to mosquitoes are hereby repealed.

Made by the Sanitary Authority under section 15 of the Public Health
Ordinance, 1927 (No. 9 of 1927) as amended by section 3 (No. 26 of 1929) of the
Public Health (Amendment) Ordinance, 1929, this 18th day of June, 1953.

H. B. HETHERINGTON,
Chairman Sanitary Authority.


T. BRERETON,
Secretary Sanitary Authority.


Laid before the Legislative Council this 22nd day of September 1953.

O. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Acting Clerk of Legislative Council.
(M.28/1951).

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