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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


VoL. 87.]


GAZETTE


SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 4 M[AY. 1954.


[No. 26.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 233.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of the Legislative Council at the Council Chamber,
Kingstown, on Thursday, 6th Mlay, 1954, at 10 ;i.in.
The Order of the Day of this meetiiig is pullislhed with this issue of tLe
Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extenlded tc the general public.
4th May, 1954.
(A. 1/1949 II).


No. 234.
CELEBRATION OF THE QUEEN'S
BIRTHDAY.

It is notified for gene al information
that the date appointed for the observ-
ance of Her Majesty the Queen's Birtlh-
day in 1954, is Thursday, the 10th
June.
4th May, 1954.
(A. 11/1952).

No. 235.
APPOINTMENTS.

IHAROUALLIE TOWN BOARD.

Mr. (4EORGE HUBERT JOHN was elect-
ed a Member of the Board, wtth effect
from 26th April, 1954, vice Mr. ALSTON
QUow whoi has resigned.
4th May, 1954.
(A. 8/1949).


No. 236.
The following persons have been re-
aplointtd to be the Committee of
lManiiaement of the King George V
|Pl;vntrg FildI for the year beginning
120th March, 1954:
Hon. R. E. IAYNES.
Supeiiltendent, Public Wor]ks,
Games lMaster. Grammar School,
A. R. C. CONNELL, Esq., representing
Kingstown Board,
B. E. DASENT, Esq.,
Dr. K. J. E. McMILLAN,
C. L. DEFREITAS, Esq.,
J. L. EUSTACE, Esq.,
F. G. THOMAS. Esq.
4th May, 1954.
(A. 41/1948).

No. 237.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.

Mr. LI.OYD HULL, Dispenser, Mental
Hospital. lih; been appointed to ret as


Wi 72 9
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fublihle b4 guthoritg.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MAY. 1954.-(No. 26).


Senior Dispenser during the absence on
leave of Mr. CLOUDEN.
4th May, 1954.
(P. F. 436).

No. 238.
LEAVE NOTICES.

VACATION LEAVE.

Mr. R. A. CLOUDEN, Senior Dispen-
ser, Medical Department, has been
granted t; months' vacation leave with
effect from 1st April, 1954.
4th May, 1954.
(P. F. 130).

No. 239.
Miss THELMA Cox. Assistant Libra-
rian, (Acting Librarian), Public Library,
has been granted 6 weeks' vacation
leave with effect from 20th April. 1954.
4th May, 1954.
(P. F. 646).


No. 24(0.


RESUMPTION.


With reference to Government Notice
No. 139 of 3rd March, 1954, Miss
SHIRLEY ANDERSON, Junior Clerk,
Public Works Department, resumed
duties on 20th April, 1954.
4th May, 1954.
(P. F. 371).

No. 241.
LEGISLATION.

The under-tientioneid Bills are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette and
may be seen at the Government Office,
Kingstown Library, District Post Offices,
Police Stations and at all Rev-enue
Offices :-
Bill for an Ordinance to provide for
the fornliation and to regulate the
operations of Co-ol]eiati\ e Socie-,
ties.
(B. 35/1944).

Bill for ain Ordinance to control the
importation of animals. birds,:
reptiles an insects, and to regul-
late the treatment and disposal'
of aiinals which are suffering, or
are suspected to be suffering from'
any disease, and for other matters
relate d thereto or connected
therewith.
(M. 2/1942).
4th May, 1954.


No. 242.
The following Documents are pub-
lisheil with this issue of the G;izette:-
S.R. & O. No. 24.-The Medical At-
ten tion Rules, 1954.
(M. 2/1941).
The Merchant Shipping (Foreign
Deserters) (Kingdom of Greece)
Order, 1954.
4th May, 1954.

No. 243.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE.

REGIONAL ECONOMIC COMMITTEE OF
THE BRITISH WEST INDIES, BRITISH
GUIANA AND BRITISH HONDURAS.

The last paragraph of the Notice
dated 6th April, 1954. published in the
Goverl.ment Gazetie and the "Vin-
ceniian" inviting applicatioi.s from
suitably qualified persons for the post
of Assistant Trade Conmmlissioner for
the British West Indies, Britiish Guianl;
and British Honduras in Canada, should
read as follows:-
Applications furnishing full details
of candidates' education, special qual-
ifications and experi( ice, together with
supporting docutmenlts ad nanmes of two
referees, should be addirssed to the
Executive Secretary, Regional Eco-
nomic Committee, Hasting. House, Bar-
Id)idoF, to reach 1,im by the 10th May,
1954.
4th May, 1954.
(T. 8/1953).

No. 230.
VACANT POSTS.

VACANT POST OF CATERING SUPER-
VISOR, MEDICAL DEPARTMENT,
ST. VINCENT.

1. Applications are invited for the
vacant post of Catering Supervisor,
Medical Department, St. Vincent.
2. The s:iary of the ;ost is at the rate
of $2,000 per annum.
3. The Catering Supervisor shll:-
(a) carry out his duties in co-opera-
tion with the Steward, Colonial
Hospital ;nd the Superinten-
dent of the Mental Hospital
anl Old People's Home, who
will indicate to him the institu-
tions' daily requirements;
(b) study carefully the local supply
conditions at all times vnd ad-
vise as to what items (within














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MAY, 1954.-(No. 26).


the dietary scale) can be most
advantageously obtained ;
(c) ensure that items are obtained
at the most reasonable prices,
and that the quality of food-
staffs purchased or supplied by.
contractors is of a satisfactory
standard ;
(d) arrange for the prompt delivery
by the Department's motor pick-
up of all supplies purchased for
the institutions ;
(e) if and when a bulk food store
is established, bulk-purchase
suitable quantities of provisions
and be responsible for their
storage and delivery to the in-
stitutions as required.
4. The post is non-pensionable and
the person appointed will be subject to
the Colonial Regulations, the General
Orders and the Financial and Store
Rules of the Windward Islands,and to
the various Ordinances and subsidiary
Legislation in force in the Colony.
5. Applications should be addressed
in writing to the Assistant Administra-
tor and Establishment Officer, St. Vin-
cent, and must reach him not later than
15th May, 19.54, giving full details of
the candidate's experience and qualifi-
cations together with copies of testimo-
nials.
27th April, 1954.

No. 231.
VACANT POST OF HOUSEKEEPER,
COLONIAL HOSPITAL, ST. VINCENT.

1. Applications are invited for the
vacant pist of Housekeeper, Colonial
Hospital, St. Vincent.
2. The salary of the post is at the
rate of $1,200 per annum.
3. The Housekeeper shall-
(a) be subject to the general
direction and supervision of
the Matron:
(b) have responsibility for the
proper running of all kitch-
ens, pantri(s and such other
parts of the Colonial Hospital
as may be assigned to her;
(c) Coliaborate with the Matron
and Ward Sisters in the prepar-
ation of the daily menus and
submit diet slips from all the
wards and from the staff
dining hall, together with the
slips to the Steward and Chief
Dispenser for checking and
issuing of stores;
(d) adhere strictly to the dietary
prescribed by the Coloniial
Hospital Regulations;


(e) have immediate charge of and
be personally responsible for
all food supplies and fuel
issued to her;
(f) supervise the actual prepar-
ation and serving of all meals,
and pay personal attention to
the preparation of special
diets;
(g) perform such other duties not
inconsistent with the above.
4. The post is non-pensionable and the
person appointed will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations, the General Or-
ders and the Financial and Store Rules
of the Windward Islands, and to the
various Ordinances and Subsidiary Leg-
islation in force in the Colony.
5. Applications should be addressed
in writing to the Assistant Adininis-
trator and Establishment Officer, Gov-
ernment Office, St. Vincent, and must
reach him not later than 16th May,
1954; giving full details of the can-
didate's experience and qualifications
together with copies of testimonials.
27th April, 1954.


No. 232.
ST. VINCENT AGRICULTURAL
SCHOLARSHIP, 1954.

Applications are invited for the St.
Vincent Agricultuial Scholarship ten-
able at the Imperial College of Tropical
Agriculture. Trinidad, for a period of
three years commencing October, 1954.
Applicants should have passed the
Cambridge Higher School Certificate in
Chemistry and Botany, or hold Grade I
or Grade II Cambridge School Certifi-
cates with credit passes in Chemistry
and Biolcgy. Every applicant is requir-
ed to supply the following:-
(a) A Birth Certificate.
(b) A Certificate of Good character.
(c) The names of schools attended
and details of examinations
passed.
Applications should be addressed to
the Assistant Administrator and Estab-
lishment Officer, Government Office,
Kingistown and should reach him not
later than 22rd May, 1954.
27th April, 1954.

By Command,

A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
4th May, 1954.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MAY, 1954.-(No. 26).


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER NOTICES.

TREASURY NOTICES.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE.

NOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned person b;is become a
defaulter under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance." His property, having
been levied upon, will be offered for sale at 12 o'clock noon, on 'Saturday, 8th
May, 1954, at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the recovery of the Taxes due
thereon.
PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY,
KINGSTOWN,
18th April, 1954.


Name of Owner
or Occupier.
Glasgow David


Situation of Properly.

Danphine


Description of
Property.
5 Local Boards 8 ft.
4 Local Scantling.


Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned house fand Land aIl (arirg
in the Kingitown Rate Roll as in the ownership of thlie pers ns ramed here-
under, have been levied upon by virtue of ;t warrant issued nndi r the Kingstown
Board Ordinance, Cap. 299, and will be )nt iup on sale on Saturday 15th May,
1954 at 12 o'clock noon at the Treasury, Kiniigtowni, for the ri co ei olf Rat(e
due thereon.
PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
KINGSTOWN.
29th April, 1954.


Name of Owner.

Turner, Elfrida Hrs.
Scott, Rosana Hrs.
Benjamin, John Hrs.


Situation of Property.

No. 10 Bentinck Sq.
Kingstown Hill
No. 19 Bentinck Sq.


Description of
Property.
1 Lot
1 House 1 Lot.
1 House 1 Lot.


'Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons have become
defaulters under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance ". Their properties, having
been levied upon, will be offered for sale at 12 o'clock noon, on Saturday, 22nd May,
1954, at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the recovery of the taxes due thereon.
PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


Treasury,
Kingstown,
29th April, 1954.


Name of Owner
or Occupier.
Bodkin John
Cockburn Adalphus
Daniel William
Lavia Wilfred
King Valvina
Mayers Ruth
Primus John


DISTRICT II.
Situation of
Property.
Cane End
Greggs
Popplewells
Greggs
Hopewell
North Union
Richland Park


Description of
Property.
1 House.
1 Spot.
2 ac.
1 House.
7 po.
1 ac.
1 Spot.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MAY, 1954.-(No. 26). 147


Name of Owner
or Occupier.
Matthews Alpheus
Ross Elizabeth
Smart Norman
Warren Laura
Warren Robert


Situation of
Property.
Greggs
Yambou
Greggs
Hopewell
ichlannd Park


Description of
Property.
Spot.
ac. 0 rd. 29 po.
ro.
Spot.
House.


iNotice is hereby given tlht the nidi emienti(.n( I ciol s hanc L(c in.e d(-
faunltrs under the Land anl House Tax Oiiiianice. Thi ir prllerti,. hiavirg
been leviil upon, will be offered for sale ait 12 o'clock i:c( ci ,aihdoacy c 9th
May/, 1954, ;t the Treasury, Kingstown, for the rt.covery of tlle Taxes due
thereon.

PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


TREASURY,
KINGSTOWN,
2Pth Apri., 1954.



Namne of Owner
or Occupier.
Ellis Henry
Davis Hose:a
do James P Hrs.
Henry Cecil
Lee Thomsas
Lewis Priice
MA:yiard \Vilhenina
Ince Julia lna
Jaoks:in Ezekiel
Homer Host ie
Neptune (landius
King Japhet
Wi.lliam Jestina
Richardso: Harry
Parson Tlihodora E.


DISTRICT II
Situation of
Pi'opert1 .
Mt. Williami
Richlind Park
Francois
Carutli
Mesopoiiui ia
Mt. William
Belle Vu,,
Adelphii
Yaml)onl
Cane End
Byeia Hi'll
Three Rive rs
Byeia Hill
Farin
Lower Cariiere


Description of
Property.
1 House
47 ac.
2 ac. 2 rd.
1 House
1 House
1 Honse
1 House
1. House
1 tic. 38 pls.
1 Spot
1 Spot
6 ac. 29 pis.
5 ac.
2 ac.
2 rds.


INCOME TAX ORDINANCE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defanlters under the "Income Tax Oiirance" tliriv properties having been
levied upon, will be offered for sale ;t 12 o'cl ,ck n Ion of, Silrvrday 151h May,
1954, at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the reciie ry of tlie Taxes due tlihcron.
PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasiurer.


TREASURY CHAMBERS.
KINGSTOWN,
29th April, 1954.


Naine of Owrer.

1BaIb, Jonatlih:n
Francis, MI rin
King, Lionel
L-3wis, Sydn y


5'iltat I iO'l~ 1/ Tiojirty1.2/
hSIIIin Iil Pri'rVii


Description of
Property.
1 Honse
1 Motor Car P. 465.
1 Case "Gents Whisky"
1 G.E.C. Radio
(5 tubes)..















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MAY, 1954.-(No. 26).


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE NOTICE.


It is hereby notified for general information that a new shipment of vegetable
seeds has arrived and will be on sale at the office of the Department of Agriculture
on week-days between the hours of 9 a.m. and 1.,00 noon and from 1.00 p.m. to 3.00
p.m. at the following prices :-
Per Oz. Per Pkt.
<


Beet
Pole Lima Beans
Pole Beans
Bush Beans
Cabbage
do.
do.
Cauliflower
Carrots
do.
Cucumber
Egg Plant
Lettuce
Onion
Parsley
do.
Radish
do.
Tomato
do.
do.
do.
Turnips
Water Melon


Detroit Dark Red
King of the Garden
Kentucky Wonder
Bountiful
Early Jersey Wakefield
Succession
Flat Dutch
Early Patna
Oxhart
Chatenay
Extra Early White Spine
Black Beauty
Imperial 44
Early Yellow Globe
Paramount
Plain or Single
White Icicle
French Breakfast
Giant Ponderosa
Beefsteak
Marglobe
Oxhart
Early White Flat ilutebh
Dixie Queen Wilt Resistant


J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.


CUSTOMS NOTICES.

In accorlance with the provisions of
Section 102 of Ca;p. 183 of the Laws..
it is hereby notifiil tliht the nmpr-
nmen:ined nrticl s lhi-e been seiz-dl Jcr
a b1,rach of Sectioi 4 (1) of the Impo]rt
and ExIlort Duty Regul:tinns of 1940.
N/M Six (6) Hens.
17th Aoril, 1954.
(A. 24/1951 III).


In accordd inee with the ijrovisiotls (if
Section 10.2 of ('np]. 183 of thel Jaw-,
it is l'ereby niotifield that the following.
article li]:s blee s-iz,- d for a )brc;.ch of
Section 9'0 (ap. 18-3 of the L'iw-s of
St. Vincent.
N/M 1 Case LUCKY STRIKE
Cigarettes.
27th Ap.ril, 1954.
(A. 24/1951 III).

T.ie umInlpr ilonioinrd articles have
lhoe. sizeri for a Irnch of Section 4
(1) of the Inport ;nl Exjiort (C'!otrol)


IRgulations 1939 as Hmended b1y Sec-
tion 2 of the Import (Contlol) Regula-
tio!,s 1940.
M.D. 7 casks Cow Hides.

PETER R. ELLS,
Co(lic'. ti of Customs.

TREASURY &C, DEPTH ,
ST. VINCENT. B.W.I.
4'h May, 1954.
(A. 24/1951 III).


TREASURY NOTICES.

NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS.

All Government S.vitn.s Hink Pass
IBooks should be sunimititd iti'(r to
the Treasury or to the Dist;ict Revenne
Olficcs for the insertion of inllciest in
respect of the ycar eined 31st Di cem-
ber, 1953.
PETER R. ELLS.
Colonial T2reasu rer.
24th April, 1954.
(A. 24'1051 III).


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MAY, 1954.--No. 26).


STAMP ORDINANCE, CAP. 195.

Attention OF ALL WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN is iiereby invited to the
Stamp (Amendiment) Ordinance 1952,
No. 6 of 1952, which was assented to by
His Excellncy, the Governor. on 22nd
January, 1)52.
2. The Ordinmace a!ove re ferred to
and its Schedule require ill Receipts
including Cash Bills for goods pul -
chased at stores, shows or elsewhere" for
$5 and over to be stamped with an ad-
hesive stamp 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 afores:id neg-
lects or refuses to do so in the manner
provided, shall forfeit a penalty not
exceeding Forty-eight Dollars ($48).
PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.
4th May, 1954.
(F. 41/1943).

EDUCATION NOTICES.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL.


Entry Forms mlay be ob:aiiinled from
the Local Secretary.- They shoulll le
filled up antd eturnel to him, together
with the Treasury receipts, nct later
than Saturdapc 19th .iJune, 1954.
Iii formalion in connection with "pri-
vate entries" may he obtained from the
Local Secreo a;iy.
W. M. LOPEY,
Local' Secretary.
EDUCATION OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
1st May. 1954.


CENTRAL WATER DISTRIBUTION
AUTHORITY NOTICE.

DISCONNECTION FOR NON-PAYMENT
OF RATES.

In accordance with Section 35, Sub-
section 2. of O:dinance No. 12 of 1950,
instructions have been issued for the
disconn-c-tion of All Pr'ivate W\ater Ser-
vices in respect of which rates and
charges as it 31st December, 1953
remain u p:aiil.


Term II, 1954, will begin on Monday, This does not apply to rates in respect
10th May, at 10.30 a.m. of 1954 which are not yet due.


G. F. GORDON,
Actini HIeadmaster.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
4th May, 1954.

GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.
Term II, 1954. will begin on M[onday,
10th May, at 10.30 a.m.
J. M. BUCHAN,
Headmistress.
GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL,
4th May, 1954.

CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS,
1954.

The Ca inbridge Lcal Higher School
Certifliate anil Sclh ol Ceritific:te Ex-
aminations will :he hell at tlis Centre
in November and D)ecemler, 1954.
The fees, which should be paid at the
Tr,-asuiry, are as follows:
University Fee :
II.S.C. 4. 0. 0
S.C. ... 2. 17. 6
,, ,, (not more
than 3
subjects) 10. 0
Local Fee:- H.S.C. & S.C. 2. 0


H. D. iYLVESTER,
Chairman.
CeraI Wllater Distribution
An thcrity.

27th April, 1954.



CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING
AUTHORITY, ST. VINCENT.

PAUL'S LOT SLUM CLEARANCE
HOUSING SCHEME.

1. 1)esignatioi ofl Schene.
Thi" Sclhen'e set out heremni rT sli;dl
ble designated "THE PAUL'S LOT
AIDED SLF-IIELP SLUM (LEAARANCE
IlOUSING SCHEME".
2. Financing the Scheme.
The Schnem- wvill be financed 1y a
grant from, C.lonial D, vel( pnenit
and Welfaire Funds.
3. Location of Scheme.
All that parcel of land known ;is
"THE SWAMP" situated noith of
Paul's Lot and better diescril( dl ( a
plan a t lie Surveys Office and RP gis-
tered as No. GKP 92, a copy of which
can lie seen at !le office of the Cen-
tral liousing and Planning Anthority.














150 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MA,Y 1954.-(No. 26).


4. Objects of the Scheme.
(a) To effect the re-settlement of
the residents of one section of
Paul's Lot by making freehold i
Building Lots available.
(b) To enable the residents to own
a house as designed and approv-
ed by the Authority by making
building materials available.
(c) To enable the residents to con tri-
bute free l:bonu under the
supervision of a construction
foreman for tlhe purpose of
erecting a house.
(d) To make it possible to assist
families in the area to develop
a community spirit so that they
can.improve their overall living
conditions.
(e) All advances, with the excep-
tion of the cost of the l:ind,will
be recoverable under the pro-
vision of the Slum Clear nce
and Hois.n.g Ordinance, 1946.
5. Outline o.' the scheme .
(a) Families will pr o vid e free
labour whether skilled or un-
skilled without any discrimina-
tion.
(b) Labour to be supplied in spare
time so as not to sacrifice family
income.
(c) Self-help free labour will be
voluntary the value of which
is not rpco'verable.
(I) No outhouses will be allowed
without the permission of the
Authority.
6. Disposition of Property.
(a) No person shall Ihe allowed to
own more than one lot or one
house.
(b) No house or lot. shall:.1e sub-
divided.
(c) No lot shall conlaii: more than
one dwelling house with kitch-
el attached.
(d) No dwelling il1use ori bildIing
lot shall be disposed of without
the consent of the Airttlhority
antd untiil all (ldvanc's are re-
paid.
7. Advances.
All )buillingl materiids will be ad-
vanced by the Authority and trans-
ported to the site.
8. Equipment.
All heavy equipment and tools will
be supplied otn lo-n by the Authority.


9). Sanitary Conveniences.
(a) Flush latrines with individual
cubicles for each faniily and a
communal bath will be provid-
edl within the Scheme.
(b) Pipe-bonme water supply will
he provided through Public
pipe stands at conventient spots
in their area.
10. Repayment of Advances.
All advances will be payable by
weekly or monthly instalments over
a period of not more than 15 years.
11. Building Regulations.
The Public Health (Buildings) Re-
gnlations, 1946, will apply but will
be revise;l in the following respects:
(a) No building lot shall be less
than 1800 square feet with a
frontage of not less than 30
feet.
(b) Every lot shall have access to a
public road.
(c) No outhonses shall be occupied
for sleeping or living purposes.
12. Roads.
No main road shall be less than 20
feet in widthl. No access road shall
be less than 12 feet in width.
13. Overgrowth of Bush.
With a view to preventing an over-
growth of hush and Ires and as a
means of promoting th e amentitit s of
the area. the Central Housing and
Planning Authority may not permit
the planting of standing trees which
produce heavy foliage, nor shall cab-
bnge palm or breadfruit trees be
planted : provided that nothing here-
in sated shall apply to flowering
trees.

Made lb the Central ITousirg and
Planning Authority under tle provi-
sions of the Slum Clearance Ordinance,
1946, this 12th day of Marc'h, 1954.
B. R. NEEHALL,
Secretary,
Central Housi'ng and Planning
Authority.
H. B. HETHERINGTON,
Chairman,
Central Housing and Planning
Authority/.

Approved by the Governor-iii-Council
this 2nd day of April, 1954.
A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk of Executive Council.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,


1954, No. 24.


MEDICAL ATTENTION R

(Gazetted 4th May, 1954).


1. Short title. These Rules may be cited as the Medic~b tEils,
1954.
2. Interpretation. In these Rules, the expression-
distributor" means the Public Assistance Officer, the non-commissioned
oicer in charg.p of every Police Station outside Kingstown, and every
person appointed by the Governor to be a distributor of tickets entitling
the persons to whom they are issued to free medical treatment or to a
free prescription;
labourer means any person w-hose weekly income does not exceed nine
dollars and sixty cents;
"Medical Officer means the Resident Surgeon, the Physician of the Colonial
Hospital, the House Physician of the Colonial Hospital and every Distriot
Medical Officer;
"pauper means any person whose total income does not exceed two dollars
and fifty cents per week.

3. Persons entitled to free medical aid. The following "persons
are entitled to free medical aid, namely, paupers, labourers' children under
fourteen years of age, labourers over sixty years of age, persons suffering from
yaws, and destitute women in childbirth.

4. Fees for medical aid to, labourers. The fees set out in the Schedule
hereto shall be payable by labourers to Medical Officers for professional services
rendered to such labourers.

5. Charges for prescriptions for labourers. The following shallbe:
the tariff of charges for prescriptions for labourers :-
Prescriptions for internal remedies 12 Cents
Prescriptions for external remedies 12 Cents.

6. Form of prescriptions. All prescriptions shall be made out in a
form approved by the Colonial Treasurer.


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7. Procedure on presentation of prescription. (1 On presentation
cf a prescription, duly signed bya Medical Officer, and in the case of. a payment
prescription, on receipt of the appropriate fee, the dispenser shall .compound and
supply the medicines ordered and shall also, if a ticket is presented, sign the same
in the place provided for that purpose.
(2) Government dispensers on receiving the appropriate fee shall forthwith
issue a receipt in a form approved by the Colonial Treasurer and shall bring such
receipts to account in a cash book in a form approved by the Colonial Treasurer.

8. Payments to be made into revenue. (1) All Government dispensers
'shall pay into the Treasury or to the District Revenue Officer, as the case may be,
all fees received by them including those for medical attention and prescriptions,
as frequently as possible and at least once im every week. In those districts where
clinics are held at less frequent intervals then weekly receipts will be paid in a.
sodn as possible after the clinic has been held.
(2) If upon examination these are found correct, the Treasiury Officer or
Revenue Officer, as the case may be, shall initial the cash book and request note,
and receive the amount. He shall make a note of any prescription missing from
the series and shall, whenever he considers it necessary, so to do, communicate such
note to the Medical Officer concerned for enquiry.

9. Tickets to be produced for Medical Officer's inspection.
A Medical Officer will normally require to se,. a ticket before granting free medical
aid to any person: Provided that a Medical Officer shall grant such aid to a
person who is not in possession of a ticket, if in his opinion, it is necessary so to do.

J10. Tickets. (1) Distributors shall bt supplied with books of tickets with
counterfoils.
(2) One issue by a distributor of a ticket shall be sufficient to cover all
necessary visits of the patient to the Medical Officer while the illness lasts, and the
issue by the Medical Officer of all prescriptions.

11. Tickets unnecessary in cases of accident, etc. Nothing in the
foregoing Rules shall be held to relieve a Medical Officer from affording his
assistance in cases of accident or urgent illness at any time without the production
of a ticket, whatever the condition of a person may be.

12. Medical Officer not to refuse medical aid to ticket holder.
No medical Officer 'shall be at liberty to refuse to proscribe for the holder of a
ticket on the ground that in the Medical Officer's opinion the ticket ought not to
have been issued by the distributor.

13. Medical Officer at liberty to claim to recover full fee from
ticket holder in certain cases, In It1e event of a Medical Officer being of
opinion that a person presenting a ticket does not fall within the category of
persons entitled to free medical attention, he will be entitled to inform the person
presenting the ticket that he reserves the right of recovering the full fee.









'14. Revocation. The following Rules are hereby revoked:-
The Medical Relief Rules, 1921, (Gazetted 7th September, 1921.)
The Medical Relief Rules, 1921, (Gazetted 4th October, 1921);
The Medical Relief Rules, 1921, (Gazetted 13th December, 1921);
The Medical Relief Rules, 1924, (Gazetted 19th February, 1924);
The Medical Relief Rules, 1935, (Gazetted 25th June, 1935);
The Medical Relief Rules, 1940, (Gazetted 12th November, 1940).

SCHEDULE. (RPle 41.

For medical attendance, if at the Medical Officer's house or at the appointed
station, by day ...... ..... ...... ...... ...... ...... .. ...... ..... $0.24
At the Medical Officer's hose at night (i.e. between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m.)
emergency cases only ...... ...... ...... ......... ...... .... ..... $0.48
For a day visit to a patient's house that requires the Medical Officer to
travel-
(a) not more than three miles from the place at which he received


the call (distance to be reckoned one way only) .... ...
(b) more than 3 miles as aforesaid and up to 9 miles ....
() more than 9 miles as aforesaid and up to 15 miles ......
An additional 24 cents per'mile for distance travelled in excess of 15 miles
(distance to be reckoned one way only).
for a ntght visit to a patient's house that requires the Medical Officer to
travel-
(a) not more thah three miles from the place at which he received
the call (distance to be reckoned one way only) .... .... .....
(b) more than 3 miles as aforesaid and.up to 9 miles ...... ...... ......
(c) more than 9 miles as aforesaid and up to 15 miles ...... ..... ......
An additional 24 cents per mile for distance travelled in excess of 15 miles
(distance to be reckoned one way only).


1250
2350
3"00


Made by the Governor in Council under section 16 of the Medical Officers
Ordinance (Cap. 114) this 15th day of April, 1954.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(M. 2/1941)

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STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS

1954 No. 144

MERCHANT SHIPPING

Deserters from Foreign Ships
The Merchant Shipping (Foreign Deserters) (Kingdom of
Greece) Order, 1954
Made 10th February, 1954
Laid before Parliament 11th February, 1954
Coming into Operation 14th February, 1954
At the Court of Saint James, the 10th day of February, 1954
Present,
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Margaret.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester.
Lord President Captain Thornmycroft
Lord De L'Isle and Dudley Mr. Boyd-Carpenter
Mr. B chan-Hepburn Sir Lionel Heald
Whereas Her Majesty, in pursuance of the Regency Acts, 1937 to 1953, was pleased,
by Letters Patent dated the twentieth day of November, 1953, to delegate to Her
Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, Her Royal Highness The Princess
Margaret, His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester, Her RoyMl Highness Th,
Princess Royal and the Earl of Harewood, or any two or more of them, as
Counsellors of State, full power and authority during the period of Her Majesty's
absence from the United Kingdom to summon and hold on Her Majesty's behalf
Her Privy Council and to signify threat Her Majesty's approval of anything for
which Her Majesty's approval in Council is required:
And Whereas it is provided by subsection (1) of section 238 of the Merchant
Shipping Act, 1894(a), (hereinafter referred to as the Act ") that where it appears
to Her Majesty that due facilities are or will be given by the Government of any
foreign country for recovering and apprehending seamen who desert from British
merchant ships in that country, Her Majesty may, by Order in Council, stating that
such facilities are or will be given, declare that that section shall apply in the case
of such foreign country, subject to any limitations, conditions and qualifications
contained in the Order :
And Whereas it appears to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother,
Her Royal Highness The Princess Margaret and His Royal Highness The Duke of
Gloucester that due facilities are given by the Governmentof the Kingdom of
Greece for recovering and apprehending seamen who desert from British merchant
ships in that country:
Now, therefore, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, Her Royal
Highness The Princess Margaret and His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester,
S / (a) 57 & 58 Vict. c. 60.


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being authorized thereto by the said Letters Patent, and in pursuance of sections
238 and 738 of the Act and of all other powers in that behalf, do hereby, by and
with the advice of Iler Majesty's Privy Council,on Her Majesty's behalf order and
declare, and it is hereby ordered and declared, as follows :-
1. (1) This Order may be cited, as the Merchant Shipping (Foreign Deserters)
(Kingdom of Greece) Order, 1954, and shall come into operation on the fourteenth
day of February, 1954.
(2) In this Order the expressions "Colony and British protected person"
have respectively the same meanings as they have in or for the purposes of the
British Nationality Act, 1948(b).
(3) The Interpretation Act, 1889(c), shall apply to the interpretation of this
Order as it applies to the interpretation of an Act of Parliament.
2. The Order in Council(d) made on the 12th day of July, 1887, is hereby
revoked.
3. Section 238 of the Act shall apply in the case of the Kingdom of Greece
subject to the following limitations, conditions and qualifications, namely,
(a) the said section shall only apply as respects seamen and apprentices who
desert from ships registered at any port in the Kingdom of Greece, and
when those ships are within the United Kingdom, any of the Channel
Islands, the Isle of Man or any Colony; and
(b) nothing in the said section shall be taken to confer any power or impose
any duty or obligation on any court, justice or offloer in aplation to the
apprehension, or conveyance on board his ship, of a deserter who satisfies
that court, justice or officer that he is :-
(i) a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies or a Southern
Rhodeslan citizen or a British protected person; or
(ii) a person in respect of whom there is reasonable ground for believing
that his life or liberty will be endangered, for reasons of race,
0 nationality, political opinion or religion, in any country to which his
ship is likely to go.
W. G. Agnew.


EXPLANATORY NOTE.
(This Note does not form part of the Order, but is intended to' indicate its general
purport.) -
This Order provides that with certain limitations Section 238 of the Merchant
Shipping Act, 1894, shall apply in the case of seamen who desert from Greek ships.
The Order also revokes the Order in Council of the 12th July, 1887, made under the
Foreign Deserters Act, 1852, which was kept in force by section 745 of the Merchant
Shipping Act, 1894, and which did not contain such limitations.
(b) 11 & 12 Geo. 6, c. 56. (c) 52 & 53 Vict. c. 63.
(d) Rev. XIV, p. 149.




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