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Publication Date: December 29, 1953
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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 VINCNENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


Published b# gluthoritg.


VOL. 86.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 DECEMBER, 1953. [No. 75.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 627.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

There will be a meeting of the Legislative Coiucil in the Council ('hanmbr,
Kingstown, on Thursday, 7th January, 1953, at 10 ;i.m.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended tc the general public.
29th December, 1953.
(A. 1/1949 II).

No. 628.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR GREETINGS.

The following telegrams to and on behalf of St. Vincent and the other
Windwards were exchanged between the Administrator of St. Vincent and His
Excellency the Governor of the Windward Islands :-
From the Administrator-
"St. Vincent wishes Your Excellency and Mrs. Beetham a right Merry
Christmas and a Bright and Prosperous 1954."
From the Governor of the Windward Islands-
"Best wishes to you and your Staff for a very Happy Christmas and all
the very best in the New Year."
Seasonal Greetings have been sent by the Administrator to the following :-
The British West Indian Airways, Ltd., Trinidad;
The District Officer, Carriacou,
St. Vincent Government Air Service Agents at-
Trinidad, Grenada, Dominica, Barbados, Martinique, St. Lucia and St.
Vincent;
Secretary General, Caribbean Commission, Trinidad;
The Principal, University College of the West Indies;
Director of Agriculture, Barbados;
Development Commissioner, St. Lucia;
G. A. Grant, Esq., Director of Works, Dominica;
Assistant Trade Commissioner for B.W.I. in U.K. and Staff;


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420 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 DECEMBER, 1953.-(No. 75).


Trade Commissioner for B.WI. in Canada and Staff;
British Council Representative and Staff, Barbados;
Director and Staff, Department of Civil Aviation, Trinidad;
Director and Staff, Department of Civil Aviation,-British Guiana;
Canadian Government Trade Commissioner and Staff, Trinidad;,
Colonial Development Corporation, St. Vincent;
Mr. Justice A. R. Cools-Lartigue, Jamaica;
Mr. Justice R. J. Manning, St. Vincent;
The Honourable Attorney General of the Windward)Issands, Grenada;
Messrs. John H Haze1l Sois & Co, Ltd., (Directors ,and Staff);
The Administrator, Grenada;
s" Lucia;
Dominica.
His Excellency -the Governor of Barbados.
Comptroller, Development and Welfare Organization, Barbados.
The Chief Secretary, Windward Islands, Grenada;
Messrs. Corea & Co. Ltd., (Directors and Staff);
United Traders Ltd. (Directors and Staff);
Baynes Bros. (Directors and Staff);
S Glllespie & Co., New York (Management and Staff);
American 'lilephone & Telegraph Co., New York .(Chief Statistician
and Staff ;
Cable & Wireless (West Indies) Ltd. (Local Manager and Staff);
Barclays Bank, D.C. & O. (Manager and Staff);
Advocate Co. Ltd., Barbados;
T. B. Comissiong, Esq., O.B.E., A.D.C. to Governor, Windward Islands;
-The Editor, '-The- Vincentian ".and Staff;
Messrs. Stephenson Blake, Sheffield;
The Principal Auditor, Wii1iward Islands and Staff;
The Director General of Civil Aviation and Staff,, Babados;
The Financial and economic Adviser, Windward islands and Staff;
The Executive Archltect and tat, t. Licia;'.
The Director of Agricilture and Staff, Grenada;
The Managing Director and Staff, B.G.'Airways, Ltd., B.G.;
The American Consul-General, Trinidad;
The Regional Director, Colonial Development Corporation, Jamaica;
The Officers and Executive Committee, Commonwealth Parliamentary
Association, U.K. Branch;
H. H. Williams, Esq., B.A., 1 Hans Crescent, London, S.W. 1.
R. N. Jack, Esq., Deputy Labour Commissioner, Barbados;
Dr. E. D. B. Charles, Jamaica;
The Honourable C. B. Gibbs, Assistant Administrator, Grenada;
1 0 O. R. Kelsick, D.F.C.;
The Official Representative and Staff, Colonial Income Tax Office, 26
Grosvenor Gardens, London, S.W. 1.;
The President, St. Vincent Civil Service Association;
." St. Vincent Teachers' Association;
The Manager and Staff, Government Cotton Ginnery;
The Secretary and Staff, St. Vincent Co-operative Arrowroot Assoclation;
The President and Members, St. Vincent Chamber. of Commerce;
.. St. Vincent Planters' Association;
Directors, Kolok Manufacturing .Co., Ltd., Rochester Works, London,
No. 17;
Members of Legislative Council;
Executive Coiuncii;
Heads of all Government Departments;
The Crown At6fth for the Cblonies;
Georgt&MUtletr;Eqqi.;
The Chief Justice, Grenada.
The Director and Staff, British Caribbean Meteorological Service, Trinidad;
Messrs.-R. J. Shannon & Co. (Trinidad) Ltd.;' -
The Directors and Staff; essrs. Taylor Woodrow (Building Experts) Ltd., 41
Welbeck Street, London, W. 1.

The Administrator acknowledges the receipt of Seasonal Greetings from the
following sources :-
Messrs. R. J. Shannon & Co. (Tf nidad). Ltd.;
The Director and Staff, Dept of Civil Aviation, Trinidad;
O. R. Kelsick, Esq.,
The Kolok Manufacturing Co. Ltd., London;
The Crown Agents for the Colonies; London;










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 DECEMBER, 1953.-(No. 75). 421


The Directors and Staff, Taylor Woodrow (Building Experts) Ltd.;
Messrs. Stephenson Blake, Shefield; .:
The Official Representative,:Colonial Income Tax:Office, London;
The Secretary and Staff, St. Vincent Co-operative Arrowroot Association;
The Governor of Barbados,
The Directors and Staff, Messrs. J. H. Hazell Sons & Co. Ltd.;
The Superintendent and Staff, Public Works Department;
The Chief Secretary of the Windward Islands and Staff;
The Labour Commissioner and Staff;
The Accountant General and Staff;
British West Indian Airways, Ltd.;
Messrs. Gordon, Grant & Co. Ltd., Trinidad;
The.Senior Medical Officer and Staff;
The G.P.O. Staff, Curacao;
director and Staff, British Caribbean Meteorological Service, Trinidad;
The Honourable Colonial Treasurer and Staff;
The Superintendent of Prisons and Staff;
S Agriculture and Staff;
His Honour, the Administrator, St. Lucia;
f Dominica;
S " Grenada;
The Comptroller, Development and Welfare Organisation, Barbados;
The Honourable The Chief Justice of the Windward Islands and Staff;
28th December, 1953.
(W. 49/t194 II)


No. 629.
APPOINTMENTS.

CROWN AGENTS FOR THE COLONIES.

The Crown Agents for the Colonies
h*ve appointed Mr. R. W. Taylor C.M.G.,
B.Sc., (Eng.) A.M. Inst. G.E. Director of
Public Works, Kenya, to the post of
Engineer-in-Chief in their office which
will fall vacant in the early simmer of
1954, on retirement of Mr. R. W.
FOXLEE, C.M.G., C.B.E., M. Inst. C.E.
With the approval of the Secretary of
State, Mr. TAYLOR will be available in
his personal capacity in the same manner
as his predecessor to furnish the Colo-
nial Office with engineering advice on
inatters of policy involving public
wvrks, railwa:ys, harbours, etc.; the'
engagement of specialist consultants of
architecture and engineering ; and plac-
ing of engineering contracts. The date
of Mr. TAYLOR'S assumption of duty
as Engineer-in-Chief will be announced
later.
29th December, 1953.
(CA. 11/1952).

No. 630.
RESUMPTION AND ACTING
APPOINTMENT.
Mr. O. E. LEIGERTWOOD, Senior
Clerk, Government Office, who had
been granted 3J months' vacation leave
from 1st September, 1953, resumed
duties with effect from 14th December,
1953.
Mr. LEIGERTWOOD has bebn appoint,
ed to act as Principal Clerk, Govern-.
mentOffic with effect fiom the above
mentioned date.
29th December, 1953.
(P. F. 237).


No. 631.
RESUMPTION.
With reference to .Notice No. 368
published in the Government Gazette of
17th November, 1953, Mihs C. NOEL
LOPEY, Janior Clerk, General. Clerical
Service. resuined duties with effect from
28th December, 1953,
29th December, 1953.
(P.F. 583).
No. 632.
VISIT OF SWEDISH NA-AL iKIIT
TO ST. VJXNiTi...
It is notified for general information
that the Swedish mindaying ship
"ALVSNABBEN" which is on a train-
ing cruise for.-naval cadets will visit
Bequia, St. Vincent Grcnadinlc, from
17th to 22nd January, 1954.
29th December, 1953.
(S. 3/1947).

No. 633.
VISIT OF UNIT OF ROYAL NETHER-
LANDS NAVY TO ST. VINCENT.
It is notified for general information
that nunit of the Royal Netherlands
Navy, the H. Neth. M. S. "JOHAN
MAURITIS VAN NASSAU?? will visit
St. Vincent from llth to 13th January,
1954.
','29th December, 1953.
(. 811947).

No. 634.
TERRITORIAL WATERS.
STh fo'lovwing text of a telegiamn re-
ceived fisr, the Secrbtary of State for
the Coloijes is published for general
Information:-
S"Fci some time past Her Majesty's
Government have had under dcn-










422 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 DECEMBER, 1953.-(No. 75).


sideration the question that the waters by means of International agreement
of territory round coasts of the United through commissions set up- under
Kingdom, and Overseas territories for the International Fisheries Conven-
which Her Majesty's Government are tions."
responsible, should be redefined in 29th December, 1953.
the light of the judgement delivered (W. 3/1951).
by the International Court of Justice
on December 18th, 1951 in the Anglo- No. 635.
Norweigan Fisheries case. After full LEGISLATION.
consideration of the matter they have;
come to the conclusion that there The following Documents are pub-
should he no change; these territori- listed with this issue of the azette :-
al waters will therefore continue to S.R. & 0. No. 54.-The Domestic
be delimited, bl't a line drawn three Servants Wages Reguhltion Crcer.
miles at low water mark, or in the (L. 12/1948).


case ot bays and estuaries, irom a
closing line drawn at the first point
where they narrow to ten miles in
width.
The judgement in the Norweigan
case depended on the facts of that
case. In the view of Her Majesty's
Government it ought not to be interr-
ed from that judgement that as a
principle of International Law, a baso
line drawn in the manner authorized.
by that judgement in that particular
case, would necessarily be applied to
all or any other coasts.
Her Majesty's Government recog-
nise that such considerations, apart
from an extension of the United
Kingdom territorial waters by means
of the drawing of base lines such as
have been adopted along the indented
coast of Northern Norway, would be
of some advantage to the British in
shore fisheries. Her Majesty's Gov-
ernment sympathizes with the point.
of view of shore fishermen, andl is
conscious of the effect on them of
their decision. Her Majesty's Gov-
ernment are also informed that an
extension of territorial waters wvpul.,
be of some advantage in certain colo-
nies and other Overseas territories for
which Her Majesty's Government are
responsible, and they have taken this'
fully into account. Her Majesty'd
Government have, however, come to
the conclusion that wider considera-
tions arising out of the naval, mercan-
tile and deep sea fishery position of
this country, and like interests in
other territories concerned, must take
precedence.
Her Majesty's Government consi-
ders that true interests of all seafaring
nations are best served by greatest
possible freedom to ise the seas for
all legitimate maritime activity, and
they view with concern, the incrcas-
ing encroachments on high seas
which have taken place in recent
years in many parts of the world.
At the same time, Her Majesty's
Government will continue to co-oper-
ate in securing the fullest possible
measure of conservation of fisheries


S.R. & O. No. 55.-The Wages Coun-
cils (Wages Regulations) Workers
Notifications) Regulations, 1953.
29th December, 1953.

No. 636.
The Regulations for the Management
of the Government Printing Office is
published with this issue of the Gazette.
29th December, 1953.

No. 637.
SUPPLEMENTS TO (iAZETTE.
In conformity with .Section 8 and
Form A of the Schedule to the Jury
Ordinance,1938, the Jury List for the
year 1954 is published with this issue
of the Gazette.
29th December, 1953.

No. 638.
In accordance with Section 52 (6) of
the Legislative C on cil (Elections)
Ordinance, 1951, a Repoit on the By-
Elction hell during 1953 to fill a
vacancy in respect of the District of
South Windwaid.is published for gen-
eral information.
29th December, 1953.
(A. 19/1953).
No. 639.
Copies of minutes of meeting of the
Legislative Council held on the 3rd De-
cember, 1953, which may be seen at the
Government Office, KI'ingtwn Library
and at all Revenue Offices aun District
Post Offices, ar' publi.shl 1 with this
issue of the Gazc-tt,.
29th December, 1953.

No. 640.
The Annual Report of the Public Re-
lations and Pnblic Assistance for ihe
Year 1952 is published with this issue
of the Gazette.
29th December, 1953.

No. 609.
BANK HOLIDAYS.
Uniler the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd January,











SAIN F VINClENT, TUESDAY; 29 DECEMBER, 1953.--(o. 75). 423
)3.-No.75)


1951, being Bank Holidays, all Public
Offices will be closed on those days.
15th December, 1953.


No. 626.
VACANT POST.


Applications are invited for a post of
Assistant Master at the I'oys' Grammar
School in St. Kitts, Colony of the
Leeward Islands, which will be vacant
from 1st January 1954. The post is in
the graduate grade of Teacher Class I
and carries a salary scale of $2292 x 108-
2400 x 120-$3360.
The school is a government institu-
tion, he post is pensionable, the appoint-
menit will be on probation for two years
and will be subject to the passing of a
satisfactory medical examination.
Applicants should possess a degree of
a University within the British Comn on-
wealth and the successful candidate will
be required to teach Chemistry to Higher
School Certificate standard. Teaching
experience will be regarded as an asset,
and the appointment wil be made at a
point in the salary scale commensurate
with the applicant's qualifications and
experience.
Application ma-y also be submitted
from persons holding the Intermediate
Science or Higher School Certificate
examination,, with Chemistry as one of
the subjects, provided that the applicant
h;is had experience of leaching to,
Higher" School Certificate standard for,
some years. The scloe :aplicable to:
these qualifications is that of Teacher
Class II with emoluments of $1356 x 60-
1416 x 72-1632 x 84-1884 x 96-2076 x
108-$2184 ler annu.m, :nd consideration
can also be given to Ile making of an
appointment above the initial point of
the scale.
Applications with at least Iwo tosti-
monials ;and I plologrplh should be
addressed to the Admirnistrator.St. Kitts
Nevis Angnilla vot later than thee 31st
December, 1958.
22nd December, 1953.
(A. 25150 II).

By Command,

A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Govertnment Sec'elary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
29th December, J953.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES CIR-
CULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1st DECEMBER, 1953,


Average Circulation during
October, 1953:-
Br. Caribbean Currency
Notes
Gov't Currency Notes...


British Caribbean Notes:
Trinidad & Tobago ...
Barbados
l3ritish G iana ...
Leeward ami Windward
Islands

Total British Caribbean
Notes

Trinidad & Tobago
Government Note
Circulation ...
Barbados Government
No te Circulation...
British Guiana Gov-
ernment Note Cir-
culation

Tot:il Governnmnt
Note Circulation

Total Circulation on
1st November, 1953 ...


$44,265,996
2,529,071

$46,795,067

$21,465,776
5,407,500
11,517,214

6,631,700


$45,022,190



1,618,344

188,207


627,551


$2,434,102


$47,456,292


L. SPENCE,
SrExecutive Commissioner,
SBJritish Caribbean c rrelcy
.Board.
IRITTSH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY
S BOARD,
TTREASURY CHAMBERS,
PoRT OF-SPAIN,
TRINIDAD, 1. W.I


SUPREME COURT NOTICES.

NOTICI is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Conrt of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
hehl at the Court IIonse in Kingstown,
for the trial of CRIMINAL causes on
Tuesday the 12th day of January, 19544
commencing at 11.00 o'clock in the
forenloon0.
All parties concerned, also such per-
sons as are bound over by recognizance
to prosecute or give evidence, or sum-












424 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 DECEMBER. 1953.-(No. 75).


moned as jurors or witnesses are com-
manded to give their personal attendance
5th December, 1953.

NOTIcIr is hereby given thal a Sitting
of the-Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CIVIL causes in the
Summary and Original Juritdictions of
the Court on Tuesday the 12th day oj
January, 1954, commencing at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
5th December, 1953.


NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the hearing of APPEALS FROM
MAGISTRATES on Tutesday. the 12th
day of Janudiry, 1954, commencing at
11.00 o'clock. in the forenoon.

D. F. JOHNSON,
Registrar,
RR GISTRAn'S OFFICE.
" KtINGSowN ..
5th. December, 1953.


POLICE NOTICE.

ABOLITION 'OF RANK OF LANCE
CORPORAL.

The. public is hereby notified that as
from 31st December 1953, the rank of
Lance Corporal will be abolished. In
future, Constables will be promoted to
the rank of Corporal as and.when vacan-
cies occur. At aty Station where there
is no N.C.O. the seniior constable will
be in charge.
Present Lance Corporals will lose
nothing by this change as their con-
ditions of service will remain unaltered.
The title of Constable is an ancient
and honourable one-an-m of which all
members of the Force ai'e proud.
The single stripe of. the Lwnce Cor-.
poral will not be worn after 30th Decem-
ber but present holders, of the rank will,.
of course, continue to have ihe saniej
Dowers an'.d privileges, responsibilities,
and seniority as.heretofore.


With the present day stress on service
.to the conmnunity, this cutting of yet
'an otherlink with militarytrad ition need
give no cause for regret.
A. H. efNKINS, Lt.-Col.,


Siuperint
18th December, 1953.
(J. 3/1943).


endont of Police.


NOT IO E.

OCIltRAL WATl!R 1ISTRIBUTION
AUtTHORITY.

f itlny rates or charges remain unpaid
3t 31st Decieber, 1953, in respect of
ny private water service connected to
he U.W.DA., mains, such service will
disconnected ao soonas possible after
1st December, 19&3. .
Such service will only be re-cofitect-
dI on payment in full of the irt4 cr
largest due together with a fee.for re-
onncction.
Ai1 increase of 6% of the ium doe-is
payable as t fine oti all frtes which are
t) were not paid within three months of
It receipt of thec Dlemandf oi pa tment'
'Notic. Ahy sei'vice iii respect of'
whit ahby such fine remains tinpailA willP
Il'SO'lie disJconileteed. !
SPedrsons whose premfies iti'i c6dninect;
)d to the C.W.D.A. mains whi dlid: ib"
receive k Demaind for -P~uyment Notlce
re asked to enquire at the Post Officef
i'etirest the pieihists to which the serl
Vice is connected or report. the matter,.
immediately to the Public Works De-
pal'tn-ent, Kingstown. Those persons
ho have misplaced their Demand for
Payment Notices will be issued a Dupli-
iate Deimard on application.
Those persons who have miade pay-'
inefts are advised to check their Treas"
try Receipts carefully to imake .eerlainW
liat all rates or charges: liayable .from-
the date of connection up to 31kt Des -
cember, 1953, have in fact bEen fully
kaid.
'.Those persons who have purchased
prenises,iln respect of which water
"ateg or charges are unpaid will .e held.
liable for the payment of any. such.
states or charges.
IT. D. SYLVESTiR.,
Acting Chair=nan, -
Central TVater Distribution
Authority.
1st l)ecember, 1953.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1953, No. 54.

DOMESTIC SERVANTS WAGES REGULATION ORDER.

(Gazetted 29th December, 1953.)

1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Domestic Servants Wages
Regulation Order.

2. Remuneration and Holidays. The Statutory minimum remuneration
payable to persons employed in domestic service as well as holidays to be allowed
shall be in accordance with the provisions contained in the Schedule to this Order.

3. Commencement. This Order shall come into force on the 1st day of
'January, 1954.

Made by the Governor under Section 10 (4) of the Wages Council Ordinance,
1053 (No. 1 of 1053) this 23rd day of December 1953.

W. F. COUTTS,
Administrator.
(L. 12/1048.)

SCHEDULE.

WAGE RATES.

1. The minimum rate of wages to be paid to domestic workers shall be as
follows :-
With Meals Without Meals
$8.00 per month $15.00 per month
CONDITIONS OF SERVICE.
Hours of Work.
2. The week shall be considered as beginning on Monday morning and ending
on Sunday evening.
Hours of work shall not exceed ten in the day and shall fall between the hours
of 6.00 a.m. and 8.00 p.m.
During the hours of work breaks of two hours shall be allowed, which shall
include one hour for meals.
Whenever it is necessary to keep a domestic worker at work on special
occasions, the employer shall be required to give this extra time off to her on
another day of the week.









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Weekly rest period.
3. Every domestic worker shall be granted one free afternoon in each week,
and in addition one free Sunday in each month or /2 day on two Sundays of each
month.

Holidays with pay.
4. Every domestic worker shall be entitled to one week's holiday with full pay
after 12 months' continuous service with one employer and two weeks' holiday with
full pay for every subsequent period of 12 months. This holiday is to be given
within one month of its becoming due.
5. Every domestic worker, after six months' continuous service with one
employer shall be entitled to one week's sick leave annually with full pay on the
production of a medical certificate.


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T 147
SAINT VINCE1)Ti

STATUTORY RULES AN

1953, No. 55.

WAGES COUNCILS (WAGES REGULATION) (WORKERS
NOTIFICATION) REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 29th December, 1953.)

1. Short Title. These Regulations may be cited as the Wages Councils
(Wages Regulation) (Workers Notification) Regulations, 1953.

2. Interpretation. In theva Regulations "the Ordinance" means the
Wages Councils Oramance, 1953 (No. 1 of 1953).

3. Notice to be given to Workers. (1) The employer of any workers to
whom any wages regulation proposals or wages regulation order applies shall keep
posted up in a conspicuous position in the work place of such workers a copy of
such Wages Council Proposals or Wages Council Order.
(2) Where a wages regulation order has been made providing for the grant of
holiday remuneration the employer shall in addition to posting up any notice in
accordance with the preceding paragraph inform the worker when holidays are so
auw of his right to such holidays.


Made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 19 of the Wages Councils
Ordinance, 1953 (No. 1 of 1953) this 29th day of December, 1953.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Cleric of Executive Council.


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