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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


Vublished b g thoritg.


VOL. 87.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 JULY. 1954. [No. 40.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
"-! "'


No. 325.


HURRICANE NOTICES.


IT is hereby notified for general information that in the event of a hurri-
cane threatening or approaching the Island, the following warnings will be
given:-


Cautionary Warniing
(when news received of
Rural Areas
including the
Grenadines
Warning to take cover -

SCautionary W\V-rning -




Kingstown ...

Warning to take cover -



6th July, 1954.
(W. 25/1949).


- A white flag with a black
centre will be flown from
all Police Stations.
Loudspeaker and radio an-
nouncements will be made.

- Cliurch bells will ring for a
period of five minutes.
-.A white flag with a black
centre will be flown from
the Police Barracks.
Loudspeaker and radio an-
nounicements will be made.
Three saluting guns will be
fired from the Police Bar-
1'a cks.

- The Government Cotton Gin-
nery whistle and a siren
from the Police Barracks
will be blown for a period
of five minutes.


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224 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 JULY, 1954.-(No. 40).


No. 326.
LAND ARRANGEMENTS.
I.-ANNUAL.
Non-Commissioned Officers in charge
of Police Stations throughout the
parishes outside of Kingstown are Hur-
ricane Relief Officers. They are to be
in constant touch with the District
Committees and must render them
useful service in hurricane condi-
tions. They are to keep a list of local
Justices of the Peace and of persons
who may suitably be enrolled as Special
Constables should the necessity arise.

II.-HURF'CANE WARNINGS.
The Cable and Wireless Company Ltd.
gives priority to hurricane warnings, and
communicates them at once to the Ad-
ministrator and to the Government Sec-
retary who will then notify the Colonial
Treasurer and the Superintendent of
Police.
On receipt of such a warning the
Government Secretary also informs all
other Heads of Departments, and the
Superintendent of Police immediately re-
lays such warning to Non-Commissioned
Officers in charge of Police Stations.
From the tinm6 a, hurricane warning
is received, the Hurricane Relief Com-
mittees are to take charge generally of
the Districts. They will at once get in
touch with the Police in their Districts
and the officers mentioned in the follow-
ing paragraphs; they are to.be ready to
organise relief work with the Medical
Department, to disseminate all informa-
tion; to make arrangements for food sup-
plies; to make arrangements for centres
for first aid for the injured, for housing
and feeding the poor and for transport.

III.-ACTION TO BE TAKEN AFTER WARNING
ISSUED.
The Superintendent of Police will
warn all Non-Commissioned Officers in
charge of Police Stations, and they in
turn warn inhabitants, ships in the har-
bour, &c.
All Departments will batten down and
secure loose stores.
The Superintendent of, Public Works
will get in touch with Road Overseers


and they and the drivers and gangs will
be on the alert.
The Superintendent of Telephones
will get in touch with all linesmen, and
arrange with all Exchanges for the
dissemination of warnings.

IV.-AFTER THE HURRICANE.
After the hurricane is over, the Re-
lief Committees will decide on what
buildings can be used as first aid sta-
tions and for housing and feeding des-
titute.
Relief Committees will arrange in con-
junction with District Medical Officers
for transport of injured to first aid sta-
tions.
Relief Committees will arrange to
shelter the homeless and for their feed-
ing.
Relief Committees will issue food (if
they have taken charge of local supplies),
to first aid stations on demand by Dis-
trict Medical Officers.

V.-ACTION IN KINGSTOWN.
In Kingstown all action, as indicated
above, will be carried on by the
Kingstown District Committee, save
that the Treasurer, the Superintendent
of Agriculture aftd the Labour Commi1-
sioneer will be in charge of food supplies,
and the Superintendent of Police will be
in charge of the collection and protectten
of the homeless.

VI.-ST. VIN'CENT GRENADINES.
The District Officer, St. Vincent Gren-
adines and/or the individual Relief
Committees will take any necessary
action in the islands in hurricane con-
ditions.

VII.-RETURNS.
The Colonial Treasurer, the Senior
Medical Officer, the Superintendent of
Police and the Superintendent of Public
Works will render a return annually to
the Administrator on the 1st July to the
effect that their preparations with regard
to hurricane arrangements are up to date
and in order.
6th July, 1954.
(W. 25/1949).


No. 3 27.
HUiRR'?ICAN AE RHE IE'IFF C('OMiITTEES.

A. In the event of a hurricane visiting this Island it is essential that the
relief v;ork be inaugurated at once. The Central Hurricane Committee is
-ompo.s-d of:--
His Honour the Administrator; Chairman,
Hon'ble Colonial Treasurer,
Public Relations Officer.
The Venerable Archdeacon R. 3. Maxwell,
Rev. J. B. Broomes,
The Very Rev. Father Placid Ganteaume, O.S.B.,
A. G. HIazell, Esquire,














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 JULY, 1954.-(No. 40).


Hon. A. C. Cyrus,
1. V. Andalcio, Esq.,
The Senior Medical Officer
The Superintendent of Agriculture
The Superintendent of Police
Secretary, Mr. 0. E. Leigertwood, Acting Principal Clerk,
Government Office.

B. The District Committees are as follows :-


CHATEAUBELAIR DISTRICT embrac-
ing Chateaubelair, Rose Bank, Trou-
maca, Westwood, Rose Hall


BARROUALLIE DISTRICT embracing)
Cumberland, Spring, Wallilabou, Peters
Hope and Mt. Wynne


LAYOU DISTRICT embracing Layou,
Vermont, Francois, Clare Valley, Du-
bois, Chauncey, Questelles, Lowmans,
Camden Park


KINGSTOWN DISTRICT
Kingstown Sion Hii,
Edinboro. Bowood, &c.


embracing
Amos Vale,


CALLIAQUA DISTRICT embracing Cal-_
iaqua, Belair, Stubbs, Gomea


MESOPOTAMIA DISTRICT embracing
Mesopotamia, Richland Park, Hope-
well, Enhams, Eveshanm



COLONARIE DISTRICT embracing Co-
lonarie, Friendly Village, Blabou,
Bridgetown, Greggs, Lowmans, New(
Adelphi, Diamond, Lauders, &c.




GEORGETOWN DISTRICT (front Dry
River going. ~outh tc Colonarie
Boundary)


GEORGETOWN DISTRICT (from Dry}
River going North to :'incy) l


UNION ISLAND


BEQUIA


James Ferdinand, Esquire,
Rev. Ross Fowkes,
B. Marshall, Esquire,
J. A. Tucker, Esquire, J.P.,
Revd. F. Augustine Smartt,
Chairman,
Revenue Officer, Barrouallle,
G. M. Sandy, Esquire,
The District Nurse.
Revd. F. B. Jones, Chairman,
Charles Walker, Esquire
J. Punnett, Esquire,
Langley Punnett, Esq.,
Cyril Velox, Esquire.
The Chairman of the Kingstown
Board, Chairman,
O. D. Brisbane, Esquire
S. G. DeFreitap, Esquire
C. Bute, Esquire,
G. Dougan, Esquire, Chairman,
Errey B. John, Esq., J.P.,
A. G. Nanton, Esquire, JP.,
John A. Dougan, Esquire.
J. D. Punnett, Esquire, Chairman,
W. Davis, Esquire,
A. D. Drayton, Esquire, J.P.,
Mrs. Ursula Warner,
The District Nurse.

Hon. W. A. Hadley, C.B.E.,
Chairman,
The Senior Agricultural Officer of
the District,
Capt. Alban DaSantos, J.P.,
E. Ballah Esquire, J.P.

Revd. E. McClaren Mural
Chairman,
Percy Stephens, Esquire, J.P.,
C. W. Prescod, Esquire, I.S.O, J.P.,
Miss Agnes Cordice,
J. Everard Richards, Esq., J.P.
W. H. Barnard, Esquire, Chairman,
George Glasgow, Esquire,
Basil Bascombe, Esquire
Ernest Punnett, Esq.
The Disttict 'Offioer, St. Vincent
Grenadines, Chairman,
Joseph Alves, Esquire, J.P.
The Revenue Offlner, Union Is.
Sydney McIntosh, Esq., J.P.
Chairman,
Cyril McIntosh, Esquire,
Claude Hazell, Esquire,
Da tson Wallace, Esuird.
'"














226 SA INT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 JULY, 1954.-(No. 40).


1}


CANOUAN


MAY2-EAU


TrHER GRENADINES


C. The following is a summary of
the instructions issued to the Commit-
tees.
1. In the event of a hurricane strik-
Ing this Island the Chairman of each
District Committee will act at once with-
out further orders or instructions and
inaugurate such immediate relief work
as he considers the exigencies of the
situation demand, inclusive of a tempor-
ary hospital and first aid stations. He
will immediately summon his Committee
and collect the following information :-
(a) Number of persons killed.
seriously wounded.
lightly wounded, requir-
.ing medical attention.
(b) of persons .destitute.
(c) ,, of houses totally des-
troyed.
partially destroyed and
unfit for habitation.
(d) What' food 'is required immedi-
.tely.
(e) What clothes are required imme-
diately.
(2) What medical stores are required
immediately.
2. When possible the seriously wound-
ed will be, transferred into Kingstown

No. 328.-
APPOINTMENTS.

HIosPITALS'-BOAPRD OF VISITORS.
The following pers i) s have been re-
appointed m'einbers of the Hospitals'
Board of Visitors for a period o( one
year with effect from 17th May, 1954.
LEWIS L. PUNNETT, Esq., J.P.
Ms. W. L. WEBB,
Mrsi W. A. HADLEY.
6th July. 1954.
(M. 23/1945).

No. 329.
TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT.

COMMISSIONER 9QF INCOME TAX.
The Houon;ble14.% P. W. JOHNSON.
with effect from 21st June, 1954, and
during the perioil of his actin- appioint-
ment as Coloni:I]lfr-asnrlr of the Col-
oilny. .
6th July, 1954.
(A. 37/1944).


Emmanuel Adams, Esq, Chairman,
Agricultural Officer,
Mrs. Theresa Antrobus,
Whitfield de Roche, Esq.
The Proprietor of Mayreau (or his
Agent), Chairman,
The Head Teacher, Govt. School,
Mayreau.
To be dealt with through the Cen-
tral Committee, Kingstown, in
consultation with the District
Officer, St. Vincent Grenadines
if possible by radiophone.


where they will be met by a Police Con-
stable on point duty. He will direct
them to the hospital or temporary hos-
pital as the case may be. The slightly
wounded will be kept in each district
at first aid stations.
Central kitchens will be established
in each district to cope with the imme-
-diate demand for food relief.
3. Should the roads be blocked so
that communication with the District
Chairman is not possible each member
of the Committee will act on his own
initiative and organise relief parties to
clear the roads and give first aid until
such times as he can communicate with
the Chairman.
In this o.ent each member of a Com-
mittee wil send a written statement
to the. Committee as required in -1 (a)
to (f), transmitting a copy as soon as
possible to the Chairman of the Com-
mittee,
4. The first,duty of a Committee is
to see that roads are cleared at once
so that communication can be estab-
lished.
6th July, 1954.
(W. 25/1949).

No. 330.
SECONDMENT.

His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the secondment
of Mr. E. G. HORNE, Bailiff, Treasury
Department to the post of Plant Dis-
eases Inispctor. Depaitmcent of Agri-
culture, with reflect from 1st June,
1954.
6th July, 1954.
(B. 54/1948).



No. 331.
RESUMPTION.

With reference to Notice No. 7
pulblished in the Gazette of 5th Jan-
nary, 1954, the I-onourable K. H. C.
ALLEYNE. Crown Attorney, resumed
duties with effect from 1st July. 1954.
f6ti .Tnlv. 1954.
(P.F. 627).













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 JULY, 1954.-(No. 40).


SAINT VINCENT, B.W.I.
TREASURY NOTICE.

WHEREAS Jane Anne Wilson of Union Island in the Colony of. St. Vincent
is indeLted to.the Government of the Colony, in the sum of five. dollars and
seven,tysix cents ($5.76), she, beiig a defaulter in the payment of land taxes
(iiclpiling fines and fees) for the yqar 1949 in respect.of 3 acres 2 roods 8 poles
of land situate at Rapid at Union Island in the Grenadines in the Colony of
St. Vincent.
AND WHBREAS the said land was on the 24th day of April, 1954, put up
for sale by auction in accordance with the provisions of the Land and House
Tax Ordinance Chapter 194.
AND WHERBAS no bid was offered for the said land,
AND WHEREAS the aforesaid sum of five dollars and seventy-six cents
cannot be raised by sale of Jane Anne Wilson's goods, chattels or other property.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by section 48 of the Land and House Tax
Ordinance Chapter 194 that on the occurrence of the circumstances mentioned
in the preceding recital the property which was offered for sale would vest in
Her Majesty for the, ue of the Government, of the Colony.
AND, WHBRAS it is. provided: by, the aforementioned section that. the
Treasurer shall forward to the Registrar of the Court for the purposes of due
registration a statement in forip to be prescribed by the Governor giving the
particulars of the land or house, the name of the person in default, the amount
due and the date of the abortive sale.
AND WHEREAS it is further provided by the aforementioned section that
tkl staid house or land shall not vest as aforesaid until such statement has been
recorded by the Registrar and published in the Gazette, and thereupon such
record shall constitute an indefeasible title in Her Majesty, Her Heirs and
Successors.
IT IS HEREIBY DECLARED that by virtue of the provisions of the afore-
mentioned section the land described in the Schedule hereto is vested in Her
Majesty for the use of the Government of the Colony.

SCHEDULE.
Date of Amount
Name of Defaulter. Situation of property. Acreage. Abortive due.
sale.

Jane Anne Wilson ... Rapid, Union Island 3 acres I24th
2 roods April,
8 poles 1954 $5.76


Dated this 11th day of June, 1954.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Treasurer.
(A. 24/1951 III)

8T. VINCENT, B.W.I.
TREASURY NOTICE.


WHEREAS Theresa Joseph of Union Island in the Colony of St. Vincent is
indebted to the Governmeht of the Colony in the sum of five dollars and four
cents ($5.04), she being a defaulter in the payment of land taxes (including fines
and fees) for th.e years 1949 to 1953 inclusive in respect of 2 ropd of land situate
at Campbell at Union Island in the Grenadines in the Colony of St. Vincent.
AND WHEREAS the said land was on the 24th day of April, 1954, put up for
sale by auction in accordance with the provisions of the Land and House Tax
Ordinance, Chapter 194.
AND WHEREAS no bid was offered for the said land.
AVD WHEREAS the aforesaid sum of five dollars and four cents cannot be
raised by sale of Theresa Joseph's goods, chattels or other property.














230 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 JULY, 1954.-(No. 40).


AND WHEREAS it is provided by section 48 of the Land and House Tax
Ordinance Chapter 194 that on the occurrence of the circumstances mentioned
in the preceding recital the property which was offered for sale should vest in
Her Majesty for the use of the Government of the Colony.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by the aforementioned section that the
Treasurer shall forward to the Registrar of the Court for the purposes of due
registration a statement in form to be prescribed by the Governor giving the
particulars of the land or house, the name of the person in default, the amount
due and the date of the abortive sale.
A1ND WHEREAS it is further provided by the aforementioned section i at
the said house or land shall not vest as aforesaid ui;il such stat(m nt has been
recorded by the Registrar and published in the Gazette, and thereupon such
record shall constitute an indefeasible title in Her Majesty, Her Heirs and
Successors.
IT IS HEREBY DECLARED that by virtue of the provisions of the afore-
mentioned section the land described in the Schedule hereto is vested in Her
Majesty for the use of the Government of the Colony.

SCHEDULE.
Date of
Name of Defaulter. Situation of Property. Acreage. Abortive Amount
sale.

Campbell 24th
Theresa Joseph ... Union Island 2 roods April, $5.04
1954.


Dated this 1lth day of June, 1954.

A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Treasurer,
(A. 24/1951 III).

SAINT VINCENT, B.W.I.
TREASURY NOTICE.

WHEREAS James Douglas of Union Island in the Colony of St. Vincent is
indebted to the Government of the Colony in the sum of two dollars and
seventy-six cents ($2.76), he being a defaulter in the payment of land taxes
(including fines and fees) for the year 1949 in respect of 4 a'cr s 1 rood 16 poles
of land situate at Miss Irene at Union Island in the Grenadines in the Colony
of St. Vincent.
AND WHEREAS the said land was on the 24th day of April, 1954, put up
for sale by auction in accordance with the provisions of the Land and House
Tax Ordinance, Chapter 194.
AND WHEREAS no bid was offered for the said land.
AND WHEREAS the aforesaid sum of two dollars and seventy-six cents
($2.76) cannot be raised by sale of James Douglas' goods, chattels or other
property.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by section 48 of the Land and House Tax
Ordinance Chapter 194 that on the occurrence of the circumstances mentioned
in the preceding recital the property which was offered for sale would vest in
Her Majesty for the use of the Government of the Colony.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by the aforementioned section that the
Treasurer shall forward to the Registrar of the Court for the purposes of due
registration a statement in form to be prescribed by the Governor giving the
particulars of the land or house, the name of the person in default, the amount
due and the date of the abortive sale.
AND WHEREAS it is further provided by the aforementioned section tthat
the said house or land shall not vest as aforesaid until such statement has been
recorded by the Registrar and published in the Gazette, and thereupon such
record shall constitute an indefeasibile tiu in lier MajesLy, lier Heirs and
Successors.














SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 6 JULY, 1954,-(No. 40). 227
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No. 332.
LEAVE NOTICE.

EXTENSION OF VACATION LEAVE.
With referer.ce to Notice No. 226
published in the Government Gazette
of 27th April, 1954, Mr. 0. R. PHILLS,
Sanitary Inspector has been granted
3 months extension of leave with effect
from 20th June 1954.
6th July, 1954.
(P. F. 708).

No. 333.
LEGISLATION.

The under-mentioned Ordinpn ces
which have been assented to by 'His
Excellency the Governor are published
for general information with this issue
of the Gazette :-
No. 239 of 1954.--An Ordinance to
repeda and replace thle Oopyright
Ordinance Cap. 220.
(E. 15/1947).

No. 23 of 1954.-An Ordinance fur-
ther to aineld the Onstoms Or-
dinance Cap. 183.)
(J. 11/1943).
6th July, 1954.

No. 334.
The following Document is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette :-
R. & O. No. 1.-The Young's Island
(Rental and Control) Rules, 1954.
(P. 4/1947).
6th July, 1954.

No. 335.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.
Copies of minutes of meetings of the
Legislative Council held on the 3rd
June, 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.
6th July, 1954.

No. 310.
GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1954.

The notice of prospective candidates is
drawn to the following provisions of the
St. Vincent (Legislative OOuncIl) Order
in Council, 1951:-
Section 10 of the Order in Council pro-
vides that no person shall be qualified to
be appointed as a Nominated Member or
elected as an Elected Member of the


Council or, having been so appointed or
elected, shall sit or vote in the Council,
who at the time of appointment or elec-
tion-
(b) (i) in the case of a Nominated
Member holds any public of-
fice; or
(ii) in the case of an Elected
Member, holds, or is acting 1i,
any such office.
Section (1) .of the Order in Council de-
.fines public office as follows :-
"'public office' means, subject to the
provisions of subsection (?) of this sec-
.tion, any office of pmolument under a
Municipal Corporation within Saint Vin-
cent ".
Any person who intends to contest a
seat jat the forthcoming general elections
and who holds any public office within
the meaning of this term as defined
above should 'vacate such office before
nomination day.
It was teclered by the taint Vindent
(Legislative Council) (Public Offices)
Ordinance, 1952 (No. 14 bf 1952) made in
pursuance of the provisions of subsection
(3) of-section 1 of the Order in Council-
that the offices of Chairman and Member
pf the Kingstown Board shall not be pub-
lic officess for all opr ny 1f the purposes of
the Order in Council.
Members of pther Municipal porpora-
tions who are In receipt bf payments (by
whatever name called) from such Corpo-
rations would appear to be affected by the
above provisions.
15th June, 1954.

No. 323.
VACANT POSTS.

WINDWARD ISLANDS BROADCASTING
SERVICE

VACANCY FOR TWO POSTS OF
ANNOUNCER/OPERATOR.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment to
the posts of Announcer/Operator in the
Windward Islands Broadcasting Service,
St. George's, Grenada.
2. The salary of the post is $1680 per
annum, -with annual increments of $48
to $1776 per annum. Quarters are not
provided.
3. The appointment is non-pension-
able, and will be on probation for six
months in the first instance. Subject to
satisfactory completion of the probation-
ary period, appointment will be on con-
tract for three years. The officer will
be subject to the Colonial Regulations
and local General Orders for the time
being in force, in so far ns they are
applicable.
4. The selected officers will be re-
quired to carry out Announcers' duties













SAINT VI.NCIEN'T, TUESDAY, 6 JULY, 1954.-(No. 40).


and control the programme outputs from
the studios. A suitable microphone
voice and ability to think quickly and
deal effectively with an emergency, are
essential qualifications. The officers
will also be expected to develop some
aptitude for programnme compilation
under the supervision of the Programme
Director and his Assistant.
5. Free passages will be provided for
the selected officers on appointment,
(including wife and children in the case
of married men), and on satisfactory
termination of the contract.
Vacation leave on full salary wvi1 be
granted at the rate of one week for each
completed period of three months resi-
dent service.
6. Applications should be addressed
to the Chief Secretary, Windward
Islands, Grenada, B.W.I., and should
reach him not later than the 20th July,
1954.
29th June, 1954.
(1154/36 (B).
By Command,
A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
6th July, 1954.


IDEPARTMIENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

POLICE NOTICE

To Owners of Public Service V'ehicles,
Goods Vehicles and Trailers, (H, HT
and T Plates).


already issued may be cancelled if these
regulations are not complied with.
A. H. JENKINS, Lt.-Col.
Superintendent of Police.
Licensing Authority.
25th June. 1954.

SUPREME COURT NOTICES.

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 trial of CRIMINAL causes on
Monday the 12th day of July, 1954,
commencing at 10.00 o'clock in the
forenoon.
All parties concerned, also such per-
sons as aie bound over by recognizance
to prosecute or give' evidence, or sum-
moned as Jurors or witnesses are com-
manded.to give their personal atten-
dance.
22nd June, 1954.

. ,NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the.Supreme Courtof the Windward
Islands and Leewarl' Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CIVIL causes in the
Summary and Original Jurisdictions of
the Court on JMonday the 12th day of
July, 1954, commencing at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
22nd June, 1954.

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 Monday the 12th
day of July, 1954, commencing at


Your attention is drawn to the pro- 10.00 o'clock in the for
visions of Regulation 18 of the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic Regulations, D. ELSO
1940, whereby no licence may be issued A
or renewed for such vehicles unless an
Inspector of Vehicles certifies that the REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
vehicles comply with all the provisions i INGSTOWN,
of the Ordinance and Regulations. (That 22nd June, 1954.
is to say that the vehicle nmust 'be (A.24/1951III).
absolutely roadworthy, have :ill the
necessary fittings including lanms. NOTICE TO M
effic-ient brakes etc. etc.) Castries Harbour -
The Inspector of Vehicles (Mr.
Richards) is available daily to inspect Obstruction (propel
vehicles the licences for which are due proximately 515 ft. 45
for renewalat the end of June and thbse on Western Wharf.
vehicles already licensed for the cor- of water over obstruc
plete year, as Regulation 18 (5) requires 26 ft. 2 ins.-
that all vehicles as described above must C. D. M
be examined twice annually. Com
WA RNING H
15th June, 1954.
TLi. .... ...... .. ... O ...us. ana umos (S 1 9,


renoon.
N WEEKS,
cling Registrar
supremee Court.


MARINERS.
Northern Wharf.
lor) situated ap-
0 'i' from beacon
Miinimuin dfpth
tion at L.W.O.S.

ILBOURNE,
mdr. R.N. (Rtd.)
arbour Master.


_ ___1_ _______ _____ __
__ ___


(S. I 3/1946)


Lioences may bIe refused and those















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 JULY, 1954.-(No. 40).


IT IS HEREBY DECLARED that by virtue of the provisions of tie afore-
mentioned section the land described in the Schedule hereto is vested in Her
Majesty for the use of the Government of the Colony.

SCHEDULE.

Date of
Name of Defaulter. Situation of property. Acreage. abortive mue.
sale.

James Douglas ... Miss Irene Union 4 acres 24th
Island 1 rood April,
16 poles 1954 $2.76

Dated this 11th day of June, 1954.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Treasurer.
(A. 24/1951 III).

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

WHEREAS Florence John of Union Island in the Colony of St. Vincent is
indebted to the Government of the Colony in the sum of thirteen dolhirs and
sixty-eight cents ($13.68), she being a defaulter in the payment of land taxes
(including fines and fees) for the years 1949 to 1953 inclusive in respect of 3
acres 0 roods 2 poles of land situate at Miss Irene at Union Island in the Gren-
adines in the Colony of St. Vincent.
AND WHEREAS the said land was on the 24th day of April, 1954, put up for
sale by auction in accordance with the provisions of the Land and House Tax
Ordinance, Chapter 194.
AND WHEREAS no bid was offered for the said land.
AND WHEREAS the aforesaid sum of thirteen dollars and sixty-eight cents
cannot be raised by sale of Florence John's goods, chiittels or othtr prop(lty.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by section 48 of the Land and House Tax
Ordinance Chapter 194 that on the ocounrence of tlce circiumsfi iic s mentioned
in the preceding recital the property which was offered for sale should vest in
Her Majesty for the use of the Government of the Colony.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by the aforementioned section that the
Treasurer shall forward to the Registrar of the Couit for the purposes of due
registration a statement in form to be prescribed by the Governor giving the
particulars of the land or house, the name of the person in default, the amount
due and the date of the abortive sale.
AND WHEREAS it is further provided by the aforementioned section that
the said house or land shall not vest as aforesaid until such statement has been
recorded by the Registrar and published in the Gazette, and thereupon such
record shall constitute an indefeasible title in Her Majesty, Her Heirs and
Successors.
IT IS HEREBY DECLARED that by virtue of the provisions of the afore-
mentioned section the land described in the Schedule hereto is vested in Her
Majesty for the use of the Government of the Colony.

SCHEDULE.
Date of
]Vame of Defaulter Situation of Property Acreage abortive Amount
sale_ due

3 acres
Florence John ... Miss Irne 0 roods 24th April, $ 13.68
Union Island 2 poles 1954


Dated this 11th day of June, 1954.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
Sfor Treasurer.
(A. 24/1951 III).















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 JULY, 1954.-(No 40.)


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

WHEREAS Anbun Richards of Union Island in the Colony of St. Vincent
is indebted to the Gove rnment of the Colony in the sum of fifteen dollars and
ninety-six cents ($15.96), he being a defaulter in the payment of land taxes
(including fines and fees) for the years 1949 to 1953 inclusive in respect of 3
acres 0 roods 35 poles of land situate at Mis Toast at Union Island in the
Grenadines in the Colony of St. Vincent.
AND WHEREAS the said land was on the 24th day of April, 1954, put up
for sale by auction in accordance with the pro\ isions of the Land and House
Tax Ordinance. Chapter 194.
AND WHEREAS no bid was offered for the said land.
AND WHEREAS the aforesaid sum of fifteen dollars and ninety-six cents
cannot be raised by sale of Aubun Richlirds' goods, chattels or other property.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by section 48 of the Land and House Tax
Ordinance Chapter 194 that on the occurrence of the circumstances mentioned
in thP preceding recital the property which was offered for sale would vest in
Her Maj'sty for the use of the Government of the Colony.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by the aforementioned section that the Trea-
surer shall forward to the Registiar of the Court for the purposes of due regis-
tration a statement in form to be prescrih(d by the Governor givirg the partic-
ulars of the lanl or house the name of the person in default, the amount due
and the date of the abortive sale.
AND WHEREAS it is further provided by the aforementioned section that
the said house or land shall not vest as aforesaid until such statement has been
recorded by the Registrar and published in the Gazette, and thereulon such
record shall constitute an indefeasible title in Her Majesty, Her Heirs and
Successors.
IT IS HEREBY TECLARED that by virtue of the provisions of the afore-
mentioned section the land described in the Schedule hereto is vested in Her
Majesty for tho use of the Governmentt (of the Colony.

SC HEDULE.
Date of
Name of Defaulter Situation of Property Acreage abortive Amount
S sale due

3 acres
Aubun Richards Miss Toast 0 roods 24th April, $15.96
'35 poles 1954.


Dated this 1lth day of June, 1954.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Treasurer.
(A 24/1951 III)


SAINT VINCENT, B.W.1.
TREASURY NOTICE.

WHEREAS Mary F. Sullivan of Union Island in the Colony of St. Vincent
is indebted to the Government of the Colony in the sum of two dollars and
seventy-six cents ($2.76), she being a defaulter in the payment of land taxes
(including fines and fees) for the years 1949 to 1953 inclusive in rtspect of
4 acres 3 roods 5 poles of laud situate at Richmond at Union Island in the
Grenadines in the Colony of St. Vincent.
AND WHEREAS the said land was on the 24th day of Apiil, 1954, put up
for sale by auction in accordance with the provisions of the Land and House
Tax Ordinance, Chapter 194.
AND WHEREAS no bid was offered for the said land.
AND WHEREAS the aforesaid sum of two dollars and seventy-six cents
cannot be raised by sale of Mary F. Sullivan's goods, chattels or other property.
















S vIN P VINCENT TUESDAY, 6 JULY, 1954.-No. 40).


AND WHEREAS it is provided by section 48 of the Land and House Tax
Ordinance Chapter 194 that on the occurrence of the circumstances mentioned
in the preceding recital the property which was offered for sale would vest in
Her Majesty for the use of the Government of the Colony.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by the aforementioned section that the
Treasurer shall forward to the Registrar of the Court for the purposes of due
registration a statement in foim to le lrEscri Led by the Governor giving the
particulars of the land or house, tl;e name of the person in default, the amount
due and the date of the abortive sile.
AND WHEREAS it is further provided by the aforementioned section that
the said house or land shall not vest as aforesaid until such statement has been
recorded by the Registrar and published in the Gazette, and thereupon such
record shall constitute an indefensible title in Her Majcsty, Her Heirs and
Successors.
IT IS HEEREBY DECLARED that l)y virtue of the provisions of the afore-
mentioned section the land describe ini d thle Schedule hereto is vested in Her
Majesty for the use of the Gove rnment of the Colony.

SCHED ULE.

SDate of
Name of Defaulter. Situation of Property. Acreage. abortive Amount
sale. due.

Richmond Union 4 acres 24th
Mary F. Sullivan Island 3 roods April, $2.76
5 poles 1954


Dated this 11th day of June, 1954.
A. D, W. JOHNSON,
for Treasurer.
(A. 24/1951 III).

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

WHEREAS Olivia Hutchinson of Union Island in the Colony of St. Vincent
is indebted to the Government of the Colony in the sum of thirteen dollars and
thirty-eight cents ($13.38), she being a defaulter in the payment of land taxes
(including fines and fees) for the years 1949 to 1953 inclusive in respect of 4
acres 3 roods 25 poles of lanl situate at Ashton at Union Island in the Grena-
dines in the Colony of St. Vincent.
AND WHEREAS the said land was on the 24th day of April, 1954, put up
for sale by auction in accordance with the provisions of the Land and House
Tax Ordinance, Chapter 194.
AND WHEREAS no bid was offered for the said land.
AND WHEREAS the aforesaid sum of thirteen dollars and thirty-eight cents
cannot be raised by sale of Olivia Hutchinson's goods, chattels or other pro-
perty.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by section 48 of the Land and House Tax
Ordinance Chapter 194 hat on the occurrence of the circumstances mentioned
in the preceding recital the property which was offered for sale should vest in
Her Majesty for the use of the Government of the Colony.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by the aforementioned section that the
Treasurer shall forward to the Registrar of the Court for the purposes of due
registration a statement in form to be prescribed by the Governor giving the
particulars of the land or house, the name of the person in default, the amount
due and the date of the abortive sale.
AND WHEREAS it is further provided by the aforementioned section that
the said house or land shall not vest as aforesaid until such statement has been
recorded by the Registrar and published in the Gazette, and thereupon such
record shall constitute an indefeasible title in Her Majesty, Her Heirs and
Successoro .















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 JULY, 1954.-No. 40)


IT Is HEREBY DECLARED that by virtue of the provisions of tle afore-
mentioned section the land described in the SchTdule heretois \ested in Her
Majesty for the use of the Government of the Colony.
SCHEDULE,

Name of Defaulter. Situation of Property. Acreage. Aborti\e due'.
.a 1iC.

Ashton, 4 ;IcL' 24th
Olivia Hutchinson ... Union I -land 3 ro s April, $13.38
25 poles. I54.


Dated this 11th day of June, 1954.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Treasurer.
(A. 24/1951 III).

SAINT VINCENT, B.W.I.
TREASURY NOTICE.

WHEREAS Lizzie Douglas of Union Island of the Colony of St. Vincent is
indebted to the Government of the Colony in the sum of two dollars and six-
teen cents ($2.16), she being a defaulter in the payment of land taxes (including
fines and fees) for the years 1949 to 1953 inclusive in respect of 3 roods
situate at Ashton at Union Island in the Grenadines in the Colony of St. Vin-
cent.
AND WHEREAS the said land was on the 24th day of April, 1954, put up
for sale by auction in accordance with the provisions of the Land and House
Tax Ordinance, Chapter 194.
AND WHEREAS no bid was offered for the said land.
AND WHEREAS the aforesaid sum of two dollars and sixteen cents cannot
be raised by sale of Lizzie Douglas' goods, chattels or other property.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by section 48 of the Land and House Tax
Ordinance Chapter 194 that on the occurrence of the circumstances mentioned
in the preceding recital the property which was offered for sale should vest in
Her Majesty for the use of the Government of the Colony.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by the aforementioned section that the
Treasurer shall forward to the Registrar of the Court for the purposes of due
registration a statement in form to be prescribed by the Governor giving the
particulars of the land or house, the name of the person in default, the amount
due and the date of the abortive sale.
AND WHEREAS it is further provided by the aforementioned section that
the said house or land shall not vest as aforesaid until such stat ment has been
recorded by the Registrar and published in the Gazette, and thereupon such
record shall constitute an indefeasible title in Her Majesty, Her Heirs and
Successors.
IT IS HEREBY DECLARED that by virtue of the provisions of the afore-
mentioned section the land described in the Schedule hereto is vested in Her
Majesty for the use of the Government of the Colony.

SCHEDULE.
S Dae mount
N:nio of Def':r.iter. Situation o IProperty. iAce:ige. abortie mdue.


24th
Lizzie Douglas Ashton, Union Island 3: roods April, $2.16
1954


Dated this 11th day of June, 19 54.
A. I). W. JOHNSON,
for Treasurer.
(A. 21 1951 IIT)

















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 JULY, 1954.-(No. 40).


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

TENDER FOR FLOUR.

Commission Agents are requested to submit to the Colonial Treasurer, St.
Vincent, B.W.I., not later than 12 noon on Monday 12th July, 1954, quotations
c.i.f. St. Vincent, B.W.I., including Agents' Commission, for:
6,000 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. Chemists 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 Vitamin
Enriched Flour must be stencilled on each bag.
Shipments must be made as follows :-3,00 during the second half of July and
3,000 during the first half of August, 1954.
The Controller of Supplies does not bind himself to purchase flour at the
lowest or any offer.
C. R. WILLIAMS,
for Controller of Supplies.
29th June, 1954.
(T. 24/1950.)


NOTICE, ate on the parking area between Hills-
boro and Bedford Streets, Kingstown.
Notice is hereby given that the Chief
of Police has approved of the undermen- The building specially erected for the
tioned buildings for the storage of petro- storage of petroleum by Mr. Basil Bal-
leum. combe of Langley Park, and situate on
This notice is issued in accordance wlth open lands adjacent to the Mt. Bentinck
Section 9 (6) of Cap. 180 of the Laws of shop, Georgetown.
St. Vincent.

Particulars. Date : 4th June, 1954.
The building specially erected for the A. H. JENKINS,
storage of petroleum by Messrs. United Lt-Col.
Traders Limited of Kingstown, and situ- Superintendent of Police.

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SAINT VINCENT.

RULES AND ORDERS,

1954, No. 1.

YOUNG'S ISLAND (RENTAL AND CONTROL) RULES,

(Gazetted 6th July, 1954).

1. Short title. These Rules may be cited as the Young's Island (Rental
and Control) Rules, 1954.

2. Interpretation. In these Rules-
"the buildings" means the Government Observation Station and the
Isolation Hospital at Young's Island;
Superintendent means the Superintendent of Public Works.

3. Rental of buildings. (1) The buildings, or either of them, may be
rented upon the terms and conditions hereinafter set out when they are not in use.
(2) Applications for the hire of one or both of the buildings shall be made by
the intending hirer in writing addressed to the Superintendent and every such
application shall be subject to the approval of the Administrator.
(3) Rent shall be at the rates set out in the Schedule hereto and shall be paid
in advance to the Superintendent together with a deposit of ten dollars to cover
any damage to or loss of Government property for which the hirer may become
liable under the provisions of these Rules.
(4) Every person whose application to rent one or both of the buildings has
been granted shall, before occupying the buildings, pay to the Superintendent the
following charges :-
For the use of a boat and the services of a boatman-
For a day only or part of a day ...... ...... .. ...... ...... $ 1-20
For each day after the first .................. ... ...... ... 3
For a m onth ...... ......... ........ .. ...... ..... ...... 4-80
For electrical current consumed-
For a period of one month ...... .... ...... ...... ...... ...... 2-40
For a period exceeding one day but not exceeding one week ... ,60

4. Picnic parties. The Superintendent may in his discretion, upon
application made to him in writing in that behalf, grant permission tb any number
of persons to land on Young's Island and to use the Island and one or both of the
buildings for picnic purposes between sunrise and sunset of any day upon payment
in advance of two dollars and forty cents in addition to the charge specified under
Paragraph (4) of rule 3 for the use of a boat and the services of a boatman.
3 b '/^r -
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5. Liabilities of hirer. The person who hires one or both of the buildings
shall-
(a) leave the building or buildings clean;
(b) be liable for any damage to or loss of Government property occurring
during his occupancy;
(c) pay from the amount deposited by him in pursuance of the provisions of
paragraph (3) of rule 3 of these Rules such sum as may be certified by
the Superintendent to be due for damage to or loss of Government
property.

6. Termination of Occupancy. The occupancy of the buildings may be
terminated by the Administrator upon giving to the hirer three hours' notice in
writing, in which event the rent payable shall be calculated on the actual time of
occupation.

7. Buildings not to be sublet. The buildings shall not be sublet.

8. Precedence of application. If more than one application is made
for the hire of the buildings, or either of them, for the same period, or part of the
same period such applications will be considered by the Superintendent in the
order in which they have been received by him :
Provided that where more than one such application has been received by the
Superintendent on the same day both from persons resident in the Colony and
persons not so resident, the applications from persons resident in the Colony will
first be considered in alphabetical order of their surnames, and the applications
from other persons will next be considered in alphabetical order of their surnames.

9. Time-limit of applications for hire. Applications for the hire of
the buildings for any period beginning more than one month, or less than one
week (except in urgent cases) after the date of the application, will not be
considered.

10. Responsibility of Caretaker. The Caretaker shall be responsible
to the Superintendent for the Government furniture and household articles in the
buildings and for the scavenging and general sanitary conditions of the buildings.

11. Revocation. The Young's Island (Rental and Control) Rules, 1947,
(R. 0. 1947, No. 1) are hereby revoked.
SCHEDULE. (Rule 3(3) ).
FOR THE OBSERVATION STATION.

For a day only or part of a day ...... ...... ... ...... ...... ...... ...... $ 4.80
Far each day after the first up to the sixth with a minimum rental of $7.2D 2.40
For a w eek ...... ...... ...... .... ..... ........... ...... .... ...... .... ...... 19 20
For each day after the seventh up to and including the thirteenth ...... ...... 1-20
For a fortnight ...... ..... ...... .. ... ...... ..... .. . ........... ...... 276
For each day after the fourteenth up to and including the day before the
completion of a calendar month ...... .. ...... ...... ..... ...... .6
Far a m onlh ....... ........ ... ... .... ...... ..... 40-00








In addition to the above a fee of $2.40 to cover cost of scrubbing will be
charged.

FOR THE ISOLATION STATION.
For a day only or Ilart of a day ...... ...... ..... ...... ..... ...... ...... $ 2-40
For each day after the first up to the sixth-with a minimum rental of *
$3.60 ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .. ...... .... ...... 1.2D
F or a w eek ..... ...... .. .... ...... ...... ... ...... ...... ......
For each day after the seventh up to and including the thirteenth ...... ...... 72
For a fortnight ...... ..... ... ... ............ ... ...... ..... ..... 1440
For each day after the fourteenth up to and including the day before the
completion of a calendar month .... ...... ...... ...... *48
For a m onth ...... ...... .... .... ...... ... .. ..... .... ..... ...... 20.400
In addition to the above a fee of ninety-six cents ($0.96) to cover the
cost of scrubbing will be charged

B
Made by the Governor in Council this 3rd day of June, 1954.

A. L. SA IUEL,
SClerk of E.ecuti. e Council.
(P. 4/1947.)

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