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Publication Date: April 13, 1954
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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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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 18: The Pensionable Officers Order, 1954
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 19: The Post Office (Amendment) Regulations, 1954
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 20: The Sugar Industry Rehabilitation and Price Stabilisation Regulations
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 21: The Barrouallie Town Board (Market) (By-Laws)
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 22: Proclamation appointing the year One Thousand nine hundred and fifty-four to be a year in which lists of electors shall be complied in each electoral District
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


publishld b gluthoritg.


VOL. 87.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 APRIL, 1954. [No. 23.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 200.


APPOINTMENTS.


COTTON CLOSE SEASON, 1954.

Under the provision of Section 8 (1) of the Cotton Protection Ordinance
Cap. 37, the undermentioned persons have been appointed Inspcctors for the
purpose of the Close Season Regulations:-


C. J. Williams
R. E. Lockhart
G. R. Vanloo
B. E. Dasent
D. L. Minors
E. Mc.N. Nash
B. A. Reddock
J. H. Crozier
0. J. Ollivierre
A. E. Lawrence
J. A. deFreitas
J. C. Dublin
Cornelius Williams
C. B. Matthews
K. D. Bonadie
L. C. Thomas
O. F. Gould
Joshua Jackson
C. F. Nicholls
Robert Lougheed
David Mc.Tai r
Clive Charles
L. Gooding
Henry Hackshaw
E. F. Caesar
James Roberts


Agricultural Assistant (North Windward)
S, (South Windward)
Senior Agricultural Instiuctor


Agricultural Instructor
,,

Junior Agricultural Instructor






Forest Guard (North Leeward)
Rangr, Union Island
,I t, ,,



Lan Settlement, Canoan
Field ssistatlement Wa.P.E. StationBequ
Forest Guard (North Leeward)
Ranger, Union Island
O/c. Land Settlement, Canouan
Land Settlement Watcher, Bequia
,, ,, Overseer, Canouan
9,, ,, (Leeward)
Rosebank


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122 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 APRIL, 1954.-(No. 23).


James Creese
Theophilus Harry
Alex Parsons
Jonathan Babb
Charles Bartholomew
Victor Hendrickson
Jack Robhrtson
Helon Morgan
Charles Jones
131h April, 1954.
(B. 14/1951).


Diamond
Troumaca
Mesopotamia
Kingstown
Lowmans Hill (Let wai d)
Barrouallie
Layou
Prospect
Mt. Pleasant.


No. 201.
MARRIAGE OFFICER.
The Reverend ROBERT R. LOMAX as
a Marriage Officer for the whole Colony
with effect from 6th April, 1954.
13th April, 1954.
(J. 22/1951).


No. 202.
OFFICIAL ATTESTORS.
The Reverends ROBERT R. LOMAX
and DESMOND MASON as Official Attes-
tors with effect from 6th April, 1954.
13th April, 1954.
(A. 5/1948).

No. 203.
WHITLEY COUNCIL.
The undermentioned personnel has
been appointed to serve on the Whitley
Council for the Civil Service of St.
Vincent for the year commencing 1st
April, 1954:-
Official Side.
The Honourable the Crown Attorney-
(Chairman),
The Honourable the Colonial Treas-
urer,
The Labour Commissioner,
O. E. LEIGERTWOOD, Esq.,-Secre-
tary.
Staff Side.
CECIL R. WILLIAMS, Esq.,
FRANCIS E. WILLIAMS, Esq.,
BENJAMIN R. RICHARDS, Esq,
MOULTON V. WILLIAMS, Esq.,-Secre-
tary.
13ih April, 1954.
(A. 40/1048).

No. 204.
LEGISLATION.
Tlhe under-mentioned Ordinance
which has been assented to by His
Excellency the Governor is published
for g:,neral information with this issue
of the Gazette:-


No. 13 of 1954.-An Ordinance to
make provision as to the immun-
ities, privileges iand capacity s of
sovereigns, diplomatic agents and
representatives of foreign pow-
ers, international organizations
of which Her Majesty's Govern-
ment in the United Kingdom and
foreign governments are mem-
bers; to confer immunities and
privileges on the staffs of such
organizations and representatives
of member governments and in


respect of premises and docu-
ments of such organizations.
(A. 46/1948).
13th April, 1954.

No. 205.
The following Documents are pub-
ished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 18.-The Pensionable
Officers Order, 1954.
(A. 580/1937).
S.R. & O. No. 19.-The Post Office
(Amendment) Regulations, 1954.
(Q. 12/1949).
S.R. & 0. No. 20.-The Sngar Indns-
try Rehabilitation and Price
Stabilisation) Regulations.
(B. 26/1950),
S.R. & 0. No. 21.-The Barronallie
Town Board (Market) (By-Laws).
S.R. & O. No. 22.-Proclamation ap-
pointing the year One thousand
nine hundred and fifty-four to be
a year in which lists of electors
shall be compiled in each elect-
oral District.
(A. 19/1953).
13th April, 1954.

No. 206.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.
The Statement of Securities held by
the Crown Agents for the Colonies on
behalf of the Currency Fund at 31st
December, 1953. is published with this
issue of the Gazette.
(F. 16/1952).
13th April, 1954.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 APRIL. 1954.-(No. 23). 123


No. 207.
Copies of minutes of meeting of ilhe
Legislative Council held on the 4th
March, 1954, 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.
13th April, 1954.

No. 208.
The Estimates of Revenune and Ex-
penditure of the Small Towns and
Village Councils for the year 1954 are
published with this issue of the Gazette.
13th April, 1954.
(F. 40/1949).

No. 209.
BANK HOLIDAYS.
Friday, the 16th April, (Good Fr.idy),
and Monday, thP 19th April, (Easter
Monday) being Bank Holihtls, all Pub-
lic Offices will be closed on those days.
13th April, 1954.

No. 210.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES.

ADMISSIONS TO MEDICAL SCHOOLS IN
THE UNITED KINGDOM.


No. 194.
GRANT OF SKIMMED MILK TO
ST. VINCENT BY U.N.I.C.E.F.

It is notified for general.informati(.n
that the United Nations Inteinational
Children's Emergency Fund has made
a .rant of 120.780 lbs. (approximately
54 tons) for a two *v ar period, of dried
skimmed milk to St. Vincent for free
distribution to needy school children,
expectani anil inrsing mothers and
infants throngliout the Colony.
A progranin' e if distribution is being
worked out, and it is proposed to start
this programmiie in June, 1954.
6th April, 1951.
(M. 9/1953).

No. 160.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

PLANT FIBRE CROPS FOR ST. VIN-
CENT'S GROWING HANDIORAFT
INDUSTRY.

The making of baskets, bags, mats,
hats etc., of fibre is becoming an import-
ant industry in St. Vincent. This handi-
craft industry if encouraged and devel-
pped will greatly assist in. solving many
of our economic problems by providing
considerable useful employment and a
most welcome addition to our export


The following note which has lien traue.
received from the Director of Colonial. For this industry to. develop and ex-
Soholars is published for general infor- pand quickly it is vital that supplies of
nation :- the raw materials should be available in
"Competition for entry to medic-a.l greatly increased quantities.
schools continues to be very kien The main fibres used in local handi-
andhools ontal school receive fk r crafts come from the leaves of the
"and almoall schools receive f Wild" or "Screw" "ine (Pandanus
more applications than they can -p.). and Sisal (Agave sp.). These plants
accept. In half the schools in 're easy to establish and require little
which candidate s a e placed by care once planted.
the Director of Colonial Scholars, The Pine is the one most widely used.
entries n(ow close in the Autumin It i- a plant that provides an excellent
previous to ;tdmnission. In ordler windbreak for other crops, it stands up
thi-t Colonial canlilates may have well to salt sea spray and will be found
the maxiiimumi opportunity of to be a most helpful plant for Estates and
succeeding in the competition for farmers in the Windward area specially.
medical entry. it is necessary thbt .Pine is also a useful anti-erosion crop and
the papers of all medical ca li- should be planted extensively throughout
dates desiring admission in 1055 the Colony on steep banks cnd the side of
should be in the hinds of the gutters, ravines and streams.
Director of Colonial Scholars.byi The use of sisal fibre for handicrafts is
the 1st July, 7.954. Applications increasing and if planted closely enough
for all thl London sclIols in ,can be made into a stock proof femne.
particular, must bP received )by Sisal is also an anti-erosion crop if planm-
the 1st July. to unable them to be, ed along contour barriers.
considered and Pffective entries A farmers both large ani small are
slbmrittedi by the d e date. This asked to make every effort to grow these
applies also to an increase plants wherever suitable., All those who
number of the prov school are interested and who may require'fur-
number of thepo other information and advice should con-
13th April, .195.4. tact their nearest Agricultural Instructor
(E. 16/1947). or the Department of Agriculture.















124 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 APRIL, 1954.-(No. 23).


Plant Wild Pine and Sisal for the goad. 6. The person appointed will be
of your own farm, and you will also he liable to transfer to a similar post of
helping to build a most promising and eqnivalent status within th. Windward
useful Handicraft Industry for the bettei- Islma nds.
ment of St. Vincent. 7. Applications should be addressed
16th March, 1954. to the Assistant Administrator and Es-
(W. 20/1951) tablishment Officer, Government Office,
St. Vincent, and should reach him not
later than 30th April, 1954 giving full
No. 197. details of the candidate's experience
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VACANT POSTS.

VACANT POST OF DENTAL SURGEON,
COLONIAL HOSPITAL, ST. VINCENT.

1. A,)plications are invited from.
suitably qualified candidates (ir ap-
po' ncimoue to the post of Dental Surgaoil,
Colonial hospital St. Vincient.
2. The salary of the post is in tho
scale $3840 x $120--$1800 per annumi.
Quarters ave not provided.
3. Candidates Ilho;lldl p'se'esA Dentatl
qualification entitling themti to practhisa
denrtistry or dental surgery in some. piart
of Her M tjesty's Dominions, or at qimali-
fication of a foreign countryrecogniisedr
by the Medical Board.
4. The Dental Siurgeon shall furnish
free dental treatment for the poorer
classes, including labtcurers., patlpeer anml
ni mates of Government ins.itntioms:d nd
to all other persons who Ire entitled to,
free dental treatment at Goverlnment,
expense.
Provided that such treatment sli; l
not include the making or supplying
of dental prostheses.
In the caso of members of the. public,
free treatment slhall be provided only
at G-overnment clinics ;Inl tLhe den:takl
surgeon, shall attend a;t such clinics :at
such t.it-es and places as there Governor,.-
in-Cownci'l may from time to tiln-e
presecilhe.
(2) He shall le responsible for t le
dental care and t ieatmen.t. of' school
children a:nd shall visit amnd. inspect
all school at least once a.nnualbly and
shall carry out such treatment; as Ihe
deems necessary.
(3) He shall act :ls adviser to Go(,v-
ernmelt.-t' iall matters ;eliating to the:
dental health and welfare. of: the
Coimmunility.
(4) -He shall p?rFoim such other
duties nok inconsistent wit-il the above
as the Governor may direct:.
5. The appointment i's ione.pensian.-
able and the person selected wiill be
subjechtoi the Ooloni:l Regulationi.s thet
General Orders and Financial Rul'e~ of
the Winlvward Islands and to the' various
Ordirnances and Subsidia'y Logislation
in force n ri bhe Colony.


alll qua lillli o n ';li i l" tilt' l lll \\ ill ll('lp) l'
of testi m onials.
6th April, 1954.

No. 198.
REGIONAL ECONOMIC COMMITTEE
OF THE BRITISH WEST INDIES,
BRITISH GUIANA AND BRII'ISH
HONDURAS.

POST OF ASSISTANT TRADE
COMMISSIONER.

The Regional Economic Committee
invites applications fL or0 suitably quali-
Sfed persons for thi following post :-
SAssistant Trade Commissioner for the
British West Indies, British Guiana
ad tb British Honduras in Canada-
at ;n annual salary in the scale $3,600 x
1i50-)-4,800 (Can.) plus ; representation
allowance of $1,400 (Can.) per annum.
SA house allowance of $1,200 (Can.) p.a.
:anrd a child allow-arce of $500 (Can.)
p.:;. for each dependent child under 18
years of age, up to rhree in all, are pay-
a.ble. Salary and allowances are tax
free in Canada. Passages on assumpt-
ion atd tenrmination of appointment for
the Asaistant Tride Commissioner ;.nd
fanliily up to fiv( in all from and to the
place of engagement will be paid by the
Comlniitt(..
The post does not at present carry
pension or superannuation rihlis. The
appointment will be for a period of two
years, in the first instance.
Candidates should possess a sound
knowledge of police organisation ard
ardminiskrati e experience in relation to
trade and commercial matters. They
should also bI prolicirnit in the assembly
and' presentation of statistical material,
oommnodity mI:rket reports, publicity
material, etc. Preference will be given
to candidates holding special qualifi-
catforns in trade and commerce.
The Committee reserves the right to
fill the post by invitation if no suitable
application is received.
Applications furnishing full details
ofi candidates' education, special qualifi-
o iaKo-and experience, toit.ther with
supporting documents and names of
two referees. should be, id.dresFed to the
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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 APRIL, 1954.-(No. 23).


Executive Secretary, Regional Eco-
nomic Committee, Hastings House,
B. rbados, before 15th May, 1954.
6th April, 1954.
(T. 8/1953).


No. 199.
COURSE IN SURVEYING AT THE
SURVEY SCHOOL, TRINIDAD.

Applications are invited from candi-
dates who possess the Higher School
Certificate with passes in Mathematics
and Physics or Chemistry for FIVE
Scholarships in Surveying at the Survey
School in Trinidad. After two year '
training canitid:ites will be exp acted to
sit for the Internmeiiate Examination
of the Royal Institution of Chartered
Surveyors Sub-division (V) (Land Sur-
vey).
The selected can iidates will be obliged
to enter into an agreement to serve the
Government of St. Vincent for five
years after qualifying.
Candidates will be expected to be in
Trinidad on 3rd -May when the course
begins.
Five return passages, by sea, to Trin-
idad will be provided.
An allowance of 101- a day for the
first 28 days and 7/6 thereafter will be
paid during the two years of training.
Various other allowances are also pay-
able. Any further details required cani
be obtained from the Superintendent of
Public Works.
Applications should be addressed to
the Assistant Administrator and Estab-
lishment Officer, St. Vincent, and should
reach him not later than the 15th April,
1954.
(P. 19/1950).
6th April, 1954.


No. 211.
SALE OF ONE GUILLOTINE
MACHINE.

Applications are invited for the pur-
chase of one Miller and Richards Guil-
lotine Machine.
This Machine can be inspect.-d by
intended purchasers at the Government
Printing Office between the hours of
8.00 a.m. and 4 p.m. on all working
days except on Wednesdays, when the
hours will be from 8.00 a.m. to 12.00
noon.
Applications should be addressed to
the Government Secretary, Government


Office, and should reach him not later
thin 30th April, 1954.
By Command,
A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
13th April, 1954.


DEPARTMENT'A L A N
OTHER NOTICES.

REGISTRATION OF MEDICAL PRACTI-
TIONER.

The following n;mr( has this iay
been added to the Medical Register :-
11AM HARRY PAUL, B.Sc., M.D.
(Howard University, U.S.A.).
A. V. KING,
Medical Registrar.
6th April, 1954.
M. 30/1939).

REGISTRATION OF DENTAL SURGEON.

The following person has this day
been registered a, a Dental Surgeon:-
F. BERKELEY COPELAND, L.D.6.
A. V. KING,
Medical Registrar.
6th April, 1954.
(M. 30/1939).

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NOTICE.

KINGSTOWN TOWN BOARD.

VACANT POST FOR A JUNIOR CLERK.

Applications are invited for the ap-
pointmnent of a Junior Clerk in the
office of the Kingstown Town Board.
2. The Salary of the post is in the
scale $744 x $72-$960 x $84--1632 per
annunm.
3. Candidates should have a School
Certificate.
4. Applications, stating qualifications
together with copies of testimonials,
must reach the undermentioned Office
not later than 3.00 p.m., Saturday, 17th
April, 1954.
V. G. da SILVA,
Warden.
6th April, 1954.
(S. 15/1954).














126 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY. 13 APRIL, 1954.-(No. 23).


NOTICE. The famous Black Vine is now also
Among our collection but will not be
BARROUALLIE TOWN BOARD available until next year. It appears
BYE-ELECTION. that the reason why Black Vine lost its
popularity is due to the fact that the
The Public is hereby notified that i I yield had dropped. It is suggested that
accordance with No. 2- of the Barrou- the reason for this is that the vine,
allie Town Board (Election of Members) when planted on poor soil. does no do
Bve-L:iws, the Clerk will be in attend- as well as other vines on the same soil.
ance at the Barrouallie Police Station This vine, however, does extremely
on Monday 26th April. 1954, between well on fertile soil. Since duringS our
on MUonday 26th April, 1954, between first harvesting of the small quatity of
the hours of 10.00 a.m. and 2.00 p.m. fit harvesting of the small quantity of
for the purpose of receiving nomina- the vine at Camden Park, some of the
tions for candidates to fill the seat individual potatoes weighed as much as
v acated by Mr. ALnd ts to fl the sea3 lbs. Persons who still have the Black
rested Vine should therefore plant it on their
best soils.


2. Should a Poll be required it will
be taken at the Barronallie Police
Station on Monday, 3rd May, 1954,
between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and
12.00 noon, and fiom 1.00 p.m. to
5.30 p.m.
GERALD DICKSON,
Clrrk and Relurning Officer.
S3th April, 1954.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

COCOA CUTTINGS.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that due to a limited supply of
cocoa cuttings, distribution of cuttings
will be discontinued until further notice
to the contrary is given.
J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
29th March, 1954.
(A. 24/1951 II[).


CAMDEN PARK EXPERIMENT
STATION NOTICE.

Sweet Potato Fines for Planting.
There are a very large and varied
number of sweet potato vines in St.
Vincent, some of which bear exceed-
ingly well and others which bear hardly
at all. After four years work on this
crop at Camden Park Experiment Sta-
tion, seven of these varieties have been
selected for high yields, ability to store
for up to three weeks under normal
conditions and for their superior taste
and quality. A limited quantity of these
better vines will be available for distri-
bution fre, of charge for planting in
late April to May. Persons desiring to
have the vines should apl;ly to the
Officer-in-Charge of the Station. Lar-
ger and larger quantities of vines will ee
available later on as these are multiplied.


Cassava Sticks for Planting.
A limited quantity of 'sticks' of two
imported varieties which have been
found under experiment to give belier
yields than local cassava will also be
distributed now free of charge. The
material is being multiplied and larger
quantities of planting material will be
available next year.
Corn Seeds for Planting.
About 500 lbs. of specially selected
corn seed for planting are available for
sale at 8c. per lb., shelled. No particu-
lar claims are made for this seed other
than that the cobs are carefully select-
ed. As a result of this selecticn on the
Station over the past two years, coin
yields h:ivc risen 25%. Further selec-
tion is continuing and will raise this
standard.
All applications should be addressed
to the Officer-in-Charge, Camden Park
Experiment Station.
J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
30th March, 1954.
(A. 24/1951 III).


ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.

NAVIGATIONAL-BUOY
UNION ISLAND,
ST. VINCENT GRENADINES.

A 4' Winker Buoy has been estal-
lished in Clifton Harbour. Union
Island, in Latitude 12 35' 42" Longitude
61 25' G".

PETER R. ELLS,
Treasurer.
13th April, 1954.
(S. 711947).













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 APRIL, 1954.-(No. 23). 127


ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
CONTROL NOTICE.

TENDER FOR FLOUR.

Commission Agents are requested to submit to the Controller of Supplies, St.
Vincent, B.W.I., not later than 12 noon on Wednesday, 21st April, 1954, quotations
o.i.f. St. Vincent, B.W.I., including Agents' Commission, for :
3,000 cotton bags of 100 lb. each "E" Grade Flour, and
3,000 cotton bags of 100 lb. each Enriched "E Grade Flour.
The E Grade Flour must be milled solely from Canadian Hard Spring Wheat
not lower in grade than No. 3 Northern and must be of the following minimum
standard :
Maximum Moisture 14-00%
Maximum Ash -52%
Minimum Protein 12-00%
The Enriched "E" Grade Flour is to be enriched in accordance with the
following :
Minimum Maximum
Thiamine 2-0 2-5 Milligrams for ea. lb. Flour
Riboflavine 1-2 1-5 "
Niacine 16-0 20-0 "
Iron 13.0 16-5
With Calcium Carbonate 500 600 "
The name of the miller, analysis of the flour, the enrichment standard and
the brand name should be stated in the tender. Chemist's certificate showing
analysis of the flour, and enrichment standard, and duly notarised must
accompany documents. The Controller, however, exercises the right to arrange
for samples to be drawn and analysed on his behalf.
Shipping documents must include date of shipment of all flour and in the case
of the "Enriched" Flour must also indicate that it is enriched, and "Vitamin
Enriched Flour must be stencilled on each bag.
Shipments must be made as follows :-3,000 during the first half of May and
3,000 during second half of May, 1954.
The Controller of Supplies does not bind himself to purchase flour at the
lowest or any offer.
C. R. WILLIAMS,
Controller of Supplies (Acting).
10th April, 1954.
(T. 24/1950.)


TREASURY NOTICES.

INCOME TAX ORDINANCE.

NOTICE is hieeby given that the muderwuenlioned persons having become
defaulters under the Income Tax Oriinance ". Their properties having been
levied upon, will be offered for sale at 12 o'elock noon on Saturday, 2dth April,
1954 att thi Tre sury, Kingstown, for the recovery of the Taxes due thereon.
PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY,
KINGSTOWN,
25th March, 1954.
(A. 21/1951 II).

Description, of
Name of Ownevr. Situation of Property. PDeription

Cox, Woodley Ashton (Union Is.) 1 Frigidair~o (Electro-
lux.)!
















SAINT VINCKNTF, TUESDAY, 13 APRIL, 1954.-(No. 23).


LAND AND HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE


NOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned persons have become
defaulters under tie "Land :ind louse Tax Ordiuance". Their properties,
having bhen levied upon, will le offered for sale at 12 o'clock noon, on Sai r-
day, 24th April, 1954, at the Treasury, Kiigstown, for the recovery of the
taxes due thereon:-

PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


TREASURY,
KINGSTOWN,
25th March, 1954.
(A. 24/1951 II).

Name of Owner
or Occupier.
Alexander, Alfred
Archer, Helena
Chiarl-s, Ernest
Douglas, Liazie
James
Hutclhinso,). Olivia
John, Florence
Jon:s, Theresa
Pope, Chaubliun
Richards., Auburn
Serbb, Eleounoe
Simoi, Jeremiah
Stewart, Ida
Sullivan. Mary F.
Taylor, Princess
Wilson, Jane Ann
Ambrose, Simeon


Situation /1f property.


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Ashton
(10.
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Miss Irene
Ashton
Mis- Iro.e
Campbell
Quleensbuyr
Miss To''st
Clifton
Ashton
Miss Irene
Richl ond
Asht.omn
Rapid
Gampbell


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Description of
Property.
3 ;ce. 3 ro. (; po.
1 House
1 House lot
3 ro.
4 ac. 1 ro. 16 po.
4 ac. 3 ro. 25 po.
3 ac. 0 ro. 2 po.
2 ro.
3 ac. 0 ro. 18 po.
3 ac. 0 ro. 35 po.
1 House
1 House
1 ac.
4 ae. 3 re. 5 po.
1 Honse lot
3 ac. 2 ro. 8 po.
1 ac.


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SAINT VINCENT.


STATUTORY RULES AND


ORDERS,


.1954, No. 18.


PENSIONABLE OFFICES ORDER.


(Gazetted 13th April, 1954.)


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Pensionable Offices Order,
1954.

2. Declaration. The Offices mentioned in the Schedule to this Order are
hereby declared to be pensionable offices within the meaning of section 2(1) (b)
of the Pensions Ordinance, 1948, (No. 16 of 1948).
SCHEDULE.
Assistant Administrator and Establishment Officer.
Veterinary Officer.
Agricultural Officer (Research).
Construction Foreman, Public Works Department.

Made by the Governor in Council under section 2(1) (b) of the Pensions
Ordinance, 1948, (No. 16 of 1948) this 2nd day of April 1954.
A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk of fxecstive Council.
(A *80/1937).

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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1954, No. 19


POST OFFICE (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS.


S(Gazetted 13th April, 1954).


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Post Office
(Amendment) Regulations, 1954, and shall be read as one with the Post Office
Regulations, 1938, (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations) and all
amendments thereto.

2. Regulation 320 of principal Regulations revoked and
replaced. Regulation 320 of the principal Regulations is hereby revoked and
replaced as follows :
"320. (1) If any stamps which are still valid for the payment of postage
or stamp duties, axe forwarded to the Postmaster with a request for exchange,
such stamps shall tb returned to the sender with a statement that such
exchange is not permissible.
(2) If any stamps which have been invalidated for use for postal or
stamp duty purposes, are returned to the Postmaster with a request that they
be exchanged for stamps which are in current use, the Postmaster shall
re-purchase such stamps at a discount in his discretion but not exceeding
15 per centum thereon, in exchange for stamps in current use.


Made by the Governor in Council under section 22 of the Post Office Ordinance
(Cap. 134) this 2nd day of April, 1954.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(Q. 12/1949).

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SAINT VINCENT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1954, No. 20.


SUGAR INDUSTRY (REHABILITATION AD PRICE
STABILISATION) REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 13th April, 1954).


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Sugar Industry
(Rehabilitation and Price Stabilisation) (Amendment) Regulations, 1954, and
shall be read as one with the Sugar Industry (Rehabilitation and Price
Stabilisation) Regulations, 1950, (S.R. & O. 1950, No. 41) (hereinafter referred to as
the principal Regulations).

2. Regulation 14 of principal Regulations amended. Regulation
14 of the principal Regulations is hereby amended by the deletion of the words
throeoe months appearing in the second line thereof and the substitution therefo"
of the word year ".

3. Regulation 20 of principal Regulations amended. Regulation
20'of the principal Regulations is hereby amended by the deletion of the word
"Committee" appearing in the fourth line thereof and the substitution therefore
of the word Secretary ".

Made by the Governor in Council under section 7 of the Sugar Export Cess
Ordinance. 1948, (No. 32 of 1948) this 2nd day of April, 1954.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(B 26/1950).

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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

-1954, No. 21.

THE BARROUALLIE TOWN BOARD (MARKET)
(BY-LAWS).

(Gazetted 13th April, 1954.)

1. Short Title. These By-Laws may be cited as the Barrouallie Town
Board (Market) By-Laws, 1954.

2. Interpretation. In these By-Laws-
"Ordinance means the Small Town Regulation Ordinance, Cap 211 and all
amendments thereto.
"public place" means any public way, yard or.room in which any public
duty is performed and to which the public have a right of access either
with or without payment of a fee.
produce includes anything whether live or dead produced in the course of
agriculture.
MARKET.

3. Opening and closing of market. The market established in' the
Town shall be open to the Public from 6.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. except on Sundays,
Bank Holidays and days proclaimed Public Holidays when it shall be open from
S 6.00 a.m. to 9.00 a.m. or at such other times as may be permitted by the Board.

4. Sale of fish and meat. No person shall expose for sale in any street
or in any public place in the town or within one mile from the limits thereof other
than in the market, or other place approved by the Board any meat, fish.
whalemeat or turtle: Provided that nothing herein contained shall extend to
prevent any person from disposing of any tinned meat or salted fish in any shop
or in the course of any auction of general effects.

5. Slaughtering animals. (1) No person shall slaughter or cause to
be slaughtered any animal for the purpose of selling the carcass thereof within the
town or within one mile from the limits thereof elsewhere than in the market and
S by a butcher duly licensed by the Board.
/ (2) Every person who desires to have an animal slaughtered in the market
shall, before such animal is slaughtered, pay to the Clerk the slaughterhouse dues
in respect thereof as are specified in the First Schedule hereto.
(3) Every animal to be slaughtered shall first be inspected by the Sanitary
SInspector or in his absence by the Clerk and passed as fit for human, consumption.
S (4) No animal shall be slaughtered in the market before the hour of 5.00 a.m.
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6. Butchers, slaughtermen and fish vendors. (1) No person shall
butcher or slaughter animals or sell fish in the market unless he produces a
medical certificate of fitness and pays to the Clerk the licence fee prescribed in
the Second Schedule to these By-laws.
(2) Medical certificates.and licences shall expire on the 30th June and 31st
December in each year.

7. Ticket dues. (1) No person shall sell, offer for sale or expose for the
purpose of sale, any produce in the Town or within one mile from the limits
thereof, elsewhere than in the market, or until after such produce has been brought
to the market and the market dues referred to in the Fourth Schedule hereto have
been paid in respect thereof : Provided, however, that this By-law shall not apply
to a person selling or disposing of any such produce at his residence, shop or store.
(2) Every person disposing of produce in the Town or within one mile of the
limits thereof, except at his own residence, shop or store, shall produce his market
ticket in respect thereof to any agent of the Board immediately on being requested
to do so.
(3) It shall be the duty of every vendor to make the required payment to the
Warden before any article is sold.

8. Meat Market. The stalls in the market set apart for the purpose of
selling meat shall be used exclusively for the sale of meat and shall be hired half-
yearly to such persons as the Board may approve on applications made in writing
for the half years ending 30th June and 31st December, respectively, at the rate,
specified in ,the Second Schedule to these By-Laws.

9. Butcher to wear clean apparel. Every butcher shall keep his stall
clean and shall wear an apron and shall provide himself with clean towels and
shall keep his scales, weights and other appliances in a clean and sanitary
condition.

10. Fish. Boats bringing fresh or corned fish intended for sale in the
Town shall, on arrival, be beached only on that portion of the sea frontage
reserved for that purpose.

11. Fish to be weighed. All catches of fish, before being offered for sale
shall be brought to the fish shed for purpose of ascertaining the dues payable
thereon in accordance with the Third Schedule to these By-laws which dues shall
be paid to the Clerk or other officer authorised by the Board to receive the same.

12. Sale of fish. All such fish shall be sold on counters provided in the.
fish shed for that purpose.

13. Weighing of articles. All articles or things sold in the Market shall
be properly weighed, and in all cases of dispute with respect to the weight thereof,
the seller, if required to do so by a prospective purchaser, shall cause such 'article
or thing to be weighed in the presence of the Clerk or other Officer appointed by
the Board.









14. Preservation of order. Every person resorting to the market as
buyer, seller or otherwise shall at all times comply with reasonable directions of
the Clerk or other Officer responsible for the maintenance of order in the Market
or for the due observance of any By-laws of the Board.

15. Ejectment of offenders from market. The Clerk may without
using more force than is necessary in the circumstances eject or cause to be
ejected any person contravening these By-laws provided that such ejectment shall
not be a bar to any subsequent criminal proceedings.

16. Dogs prohibited. No person shall bring a dog, or permit any dog to
follow him into or remain with him in the market, and it shall be lawful for the
Clerk to eject or cause to be ejected any dog found therein.

17. Articles to be sold in places provided for the purpose,
No person resorting to the market for the sale of any articles, shall place such
articles in any part of the market other than the place set apart for that purpose.

18. Articles left at owner's risk. Articles left in the market shall be
left at the sole risk of the person or persons leaving the same.

19. Miscellaneous offences. No person shall-
(a) sit or lie on any counter, table or stand in the market;
(b) throw any dirt, filth, rubbish or litter in the market;
(c) loiter in or about the market;
(d) remain in the market during the hours in which the market is not open
to the public.
(e) light any fire in the market or cook therein, except in such parts thereof
and under such conditions as may from time to time be permitted by the
Warden.
(f) place or keep the hide of any animal in any part of the market other
than the place set apart by the Warden from time to time for the
purpose.
PENALTIES.
20. Penalty. Any person guilty of an offence against these By-laws
shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars or to
imprisonment for a period not exceeding three months or in the case of a
-continuing offence to a fine not exceeding ten dollars for each day during which
the offence continues.
SCHEDULES.

FIRST SCHEDULE (By-law 52).
SLAUGHTERHOUSE DUES.
For slaughtering every bull, ox, cow heifer or calf
(a) the 4 quarters weighing not more than 100 Ib 240
(b) more than 100 lb but not exceeding 200 lb 480









(C) the 4 quarters weighing more than 200 lb but not exceeding 300 lb 720
(d) more than,300 lb 96
PIGS: For every pig.weighing not more than 50 lb i2o
more than 50 lb 240
SHEEP: For every sheep 240
GOATS: For every goat 186
TURTLE: For every turtle weighing not more than 50 lb 360
more than 50 lb 60

SECOND SCHEDULE (By-laws 53 & 55).
I LICENCES AND RENTAL OF BUTCHER STALLS.
Slaughterman's licence per half year 480
Butcher's licence per half year $1-20
Fish Vendor's licence per half year $1-20
Huckster's Licence 60
Rental of Butcher Stall per half year $2.00

THIRD SCHEDULE (By-law 58).
Fresh and Salted Fish : 6% of the value of the fish as estimated by the Clerk:
Provided that if the Vendor is dissatisfied with the Clerk's estimate he shall have
the right to have the fish weighed.

FOURTH SCHEDULE (By-lawv 54).
SALE OF PRODUCE (TICKET DUES).
For every space 4ft. square 24
table space 4
stand 4-



Made by the Barrouallie Town Board under Section 56 of the Local
Government Ordinance, 1951 (No. 17 of 1951) this 3rd day of February, 1954.

ROBERT SLATER,
Chairman.

Confirmed by the Governor under Section 56 (4) of the Local Government,
Ordinance, 1951 (No. 17 of 1951) this 5th day of April, 1954.

W. F. COUTTS,
Administrator.

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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1954, No. 22.


(Gazetted 13th April, 1954.)


SBY THE ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION.

[L.S.]

W. F. COUTTS,
Administrator.
IN EXERCISE Of the powers vested in me by subsection (1) of section 6 of the
Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance, 1951 (No. 13 of 1951), I, WALTER
FLEMING COUTTS, the Officer for the time being administering the Government
of the Colony of Saint Vincent, Do HEREBY APPOINT the year 6ne thousand nine
hundred and fifty-four to be a year in which lists of electors shall be compiled in
each electoral district of all persons entitled under the provisions of the said
Ordinance to vote at the election of a member of the Legislative Council for such
district.
GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony of Saint Vincent, at
Government House in the said Colony, this 13th day of April, 1954 and in
the third year of the Reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN !
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Supplement: The Statement of Securities
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Colonies on behalf of the Currency Fund

Supplement: minutes of meetings

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