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Creator: Saint Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla
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Place of Publication: Basseterre
Publication Date: January 7, 1954
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Subject: Politics and government -- Saint Kitts and Nevis   ( lcsh )
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Table of Contents
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    Ordinance no. 4 of 1953: Trade and Revenue (Amendment) Ordinance, 1953
        Page 3a
    Statutory Rules and Orders 1953, no. 14: Milk Regulations, 1953
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        Page 3c
        Page 3d
        Page 3e
    Statutory Rules and Orders 1953, no. 15: Bakehouse Regulations, 1953
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    Statutory Rules and Orders 1953, no. 22 and no. 23
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ST. CHRISTOPnH NEVIS 4D ANGUILLA.,

OFF!aL C GZTTE.

Published by Authority.


VOL. XLIX THURSDAY, JANUARY 7TH, 1954 No. 2.


Administrator's Office,
St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla,
29th December 1953.

His Honour the Administrator has
been' pleased to appoint the following
persons to comprise the St. Christo-
pher Land Settlement and Develop-
ment Board, under the provisions of
section 5 of the Land Settlement and
a Development Boards Ordinance, No. 7
of 1949 for a period of three years as
a from the Ist September, 1953:-
The Agricultural Superintendent
Chairman
The Honourable the Crown Attorney
The Honourable the Ag. Treasurer
Honourable R. L. Bradshaw
Honourable J. N. France
Mr. A. E. Owen
Mr. W. A. Kelsick


4th January, 1954.
The following Ordinance is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette
and forms part thereof :-
No. 4 of 1953. The Trade and
Revenue (Amendment) Ordinance,
1953.

4th January, 1954.
The following Statutory Rules and
Orders are published with this issue
of the Gazette and form part hereof:-
No. 14 of 1953. The Milk Regula-
tions, 1953.
No. 15 of 1953. The Bakehouse
Regulations, 1953.


No. 22 of 1953. Customs Duties,
Resolution of the Legislative Council
of St. Christopher Nevis and Anguilla
dated the 30th day of September, 1953,
made under section 14 of the Customs
Duties Ordinance, 1927 (No. 6 of 1927).
No. 23 of 1953. The Petroleum
(Amendment) Regulations, 1953.
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6th January, 1954.

His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to appoint Wilfred Ir-
ving Howell, I. S. O., to be a Justice
of Peace in and for the Presidency of
Saint Christopher Nevis and Anguilla,
with effect from 3rd December, 1953.

---------......... :------..... ... .... ... ..

6th January, 1954.
Mr. Olney Rey, appointed Officer
Class VIII (Junior Clerk) Treasury
Department on three years probation,
with effect from 25th September, 1953.


6th January, 1954.

Mr. Maurice L. Woods, Officer
Class VIII, (Junior Clerk) Supply Of-
fice appointed and transferred Officer
Class III (Senior Clerk) Health De-
partment with effect from 16th De-
cember, 1953.

By Order,
E. KARNEY OSBORNE,
Clerk to the Administrator.


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Ordinance no.4 of 1953






LEEWARD ISLANDS.
Saint Christopher Nevis and
Anguilla.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDRES.
1953, No. 14.

MILK.

The Milk Regulations, 1953, dated the 22nd day
of May, 1953, made by the Central Board of
Health under Section 55 of the Public
Health Ordinance, 1950 (No. 2 of 1951).

I. SHORT TITLE. These Regulations may
be cited as the Milk Regulations, I953.
2. INTERPRETATION. In these Regula-
tions-
"milk" means the milk of cows and goats
intended for sale for human consumption or
for use in the manufacture of products for
sale for human consumption.
"Adulterated milk" means milk with less than
3% of butter fat and less than 8.5% solids not
fat.

3. REGISTRATION No person shall keep
cows for the production of milk unless he is registered
by the Local Authority as a cow-keeper.

4. LICENSING OF PLACES IN WHICH
COWS ARE KEPF FOR THE SALE OF MILK.
No person shall keep cows for the production of milk
in any place unless such place is licensed by the Local
Authority for the keeping of cows for the sale of milk.
5. LICENSING OF DAIRYMEN. No person
may engage in the occupation of a dairyman unless
he is licensed in that behalf by the Local Authority.
6. RESTRICTIONS ON ISSUE OF LICENC-
ES TO DAIRYMEN. The Local Authority shall
not issue a licence to any person to engage in the






occupation of a dairyman unless such person holds a
certificate of good health from the Medical Officer of
Health or from any other Medical Officer authorised
by the Medical Officer of Health to grant such a
certificate.

7. PRESENTATION OF HEALTH CERTI-
FICATE UPON INSPECTION OF DAIRIES.
During the inspection of any dairy, the dairyman in
charge thereof shall, at the request of the person
inspecting the dairy, present to such person the
health certificates of all persons employed at such
dairy.

8. DAIRIES. (a) Dairies shall, in the discretion of
the Local Authority, be supplied with adequate run-
ning water and washing facilities and their floors shall
be concreted.
(b) No dairy shall be situate less than twenty
feet from any latrine or rubbish accumulation and
and shall be distinct and apart from any dwelling
house on the same premises.
(c) No dairy shall, except with the permission
of the Local Authority, be used for residential
purposes.
(d) No articles other than those used in con-
nection with a dairy shall, except with the permission
of the Local Authority, be kept at a dairy.
(e) Dairymen shall keep their dairies clean and
free from manure accumulations

9. PRECAUTIONS FOR PROTECTING
MILK AGAINST INFECTION OR CONTAMI-
NATION. (a) No milk shall be extracted from an
animal by any person unless such person holds a
certificate of good health from the Medical Office of
Health or from any other Medical Officer authorised
by the Medical Officer of Health to grant such a
certificate.
(b) Every person extracting milk from animals
shall cleanse his hands before each separate milking
of an individual animal and shall be attired in clean
apparel.
(c) No person shall extract milk from any
animal unless the flanks, legs, tail and udders of such






animal are properly clean; the udders and tail of such
animal are trimmed of undue growths of hair; and
the tail of such animal is fastened to one of its hind
legs.
(d) No person shall allow any calf to nose or
suck a mother animal already prepared for milking
either before or during the milking of such animal.
(e) No person shall extract milk from any
animal unless, at the time of such extraction, such
person and the animal are outside of any stable or
pen enclosure and not less than twelve feet from any
dusty place, manure accumulation or privy.
(f) A person extracting milk from any animal
in an open place shall, in the event of the falling of
rain whilst he is milking the animal, cease milking
until the rain has ceased to fall.
(g) No person shall extract milk from any
animal at a time less than two weeks before or one
week after such animal has given birth to young.
(h) A person extracting milk from an animal
shall waste on the ground the first two squirts from
individual teats
(i) Whilst extracting milk from animals no
person shall apply to his hands any grease, milk or
other substance for the purpose of ease in milking.
(j) Mechanical milkers shall not be used on
any animal for the purpose of extracting milk there-
from unless such milkers are treated to chlorination
or some other disinfecting process approved by the
Local Authority.
(k) It shall be lawful for a Sanitary Inspector
or other person authorised by the Local Authority to
enter upon any dairy and to collect samples of milk
therefrom in order to determine the quality of such
milk and to ascertain whether or not such milk is
adulterated.
(1) The Medical Officer of Health or the Local
Authority may, at any time, stop the sale of any milk
which, in the opinion of either or both of them, has
been exposed to contamination.
io CLEANLINESS OF MILK VESSELS.
(a) Pails used for conveying milk shall be of the
hooded type with well fitting covers.







(b) Where milk is sold directly from a pail,
such pail shall be fitted with a tap to draw off the
milk contained therein.:
(c) No person whilst conveying milk shall
carry on his person any funnel or milk measure.
,,,(ld) ,After the expiration of three months from
the date of these Regulations no milk shall be trans-
pVorte'd for sale unless such milk is stored in a stopped
bottle or in a pail of the type prescribed by paragraph
(a) of this Regulation.
(e) No pail whichisused for transporting milk
shall be used to hold or transport any water for the
washing of any arimal-to be prepared for milking.
(f) All receptacles used for the collection and
delivery of milk shall be thoroughly cleansed and
sterilized daily by means of steam, boiling water or
other method approved by the Local Authority.

II.' CANCEL NATION OF LICENCES. A
licence granted under the provisions of these Regula-
tions may be cancelled by the Local Authority at any
time when, in the opinion of the Local Authority, the
holder of such licence is guilty of a breach of any of
these Regulations.

12. LICENCES AND CERTIFICATES TO
BE FREE OF CHARGE. All licences and certifi-
cates issued or given under the provisions of these
Regulations shall be issued or given free of charge.


Made by the Central Board of Health this 22nd
day of May, 1953.
Sgd. P. I. BOYD,
Chairman.

Confirmed by the Governor in Council this 28th
day of July, 1953.
Sgd. L. O'LOUGHLIN,
Clerk of the Council.

Printed for the Government of St. Christopher and Nevis by A, M. LOSADA
Printer by Authority "The St. Kitts Printery," Fort & Central Streets
BARseterre, St. Kitts B. W.I


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LEEWARD ISLANDS.
Saint Christopher Nevis and
Anguilla.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS
1953, No. 15.

BAKEHOUSES.

The Bakehouse Regulations, 1953, dated the
12th day of June, 1953, made by the Central
Board of Health under Section 65 of the
Public Health Ordinance, 1950 (No. 2 of 1951).

I. SHORT TITLE. These Regulations may be
cited as the Bakehouse Regulations, 1953.
2. INTERPRETATION. In these Regulations
unless the context otherwise requires-
"Bakeroom" means any room or part of a bake-
house where the actual preparation or baking
of bread is done;
"bread" includes cake, biscuits, pastry and
confectionery;
"bread seller" means any person who sells bread
and includes a person transporting bread in
any public place or thoroughfare.

3 STRUCTURE OF FLOORS AND
WALLS. (I) The floor of every bakeroom shall be
constructed of concrete -or tiles and shall be of a
smooth finish to the satisfaction of the Local
Authority.
(2) The walls of a bakehouse shall be in a good
state of repair and free of open joints and crevices.
4. CLEANLINESS AND SANITATION. (I)
No person shall be employed in a bakehouse unless he
is clean both in his person and in his apparel.






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(2) The floor of a bakehouse shall be scrubbed
daily at any time other than when bread is prepared,
stored or issued for sale, and as often as may be
necessary to keep it clean.
(3) The floor of a bakehouse shall not be dry-
swept at any time when bread is being prepared,
stored or issued for sale.
(4) Every room of a bakehouse shall be kept
free from cobwebs and no objects shall be kept in a
bakeroom except such as are necessary for the prepa-
ration and storage of bread for sale.
(5) There shall be provided and maintained in
every bakehouse for the use of employed persons
adequate and suitable facilities for washing which
shall include one wash basin for every ten or less of
employed persons and a sufficient supply of soap and
clean towels. These facilities shall be conveniently
accessible and shall be kept in a clean and orderly
condition.
(6) There shall be provided and maintained in
every bakehouse for the use of employed persons one
latrine for every ten or less of persons employed.
(7) There shall be satisfactory and suitable pro-
vision made for the drainage of slops from a
bakehouse,
(8) The doors and windows of, and all other
openings communicating directly with a bakehouse
shall be fitted with screen wire to exclude flies to the
satisfaction of the Local Authority, and such doors
and windows shall be hinged to open outward.
(9) All equipment in a bakeroom shall be prop-
erly washed daily immediately after use and shall be
stored and shuttered in a section of the bakehouse.
(10o) All receptacles used in a bakehouse for
receiving leaven and mixing dough shall be made of
metal or shall be lined with metal with smooth
interior surfaces to the satisfaction of the Local
Authority. No dough or leaven shall be kept in any
receptacle unless such receptacle is kept in the bake-
house in a fly-proof receptacle and is adequately
shuttered.







(II) No bread for issue for sale shall be kept
on any open shelf nor in any container which is not-
(a) sufficient in size;
(b) dust proof; and
(c) constructed with a glass top or front.
5. COLLECTION AND REMOVAL OF
DUST; ASHES AND REFUSE. (I) There shall
be sufficient provision made in every bakehouse for
the collection of dust, ashes and refuse and the
receptacle used for such collection shall be kept at a
reasonable distance apart and away from the
bakehouse.
(2) No person shall, in cleaning a bakehouse
and removing ashes from an oven, deposit any dust,
ashes or refuse anywhere else than in a suitable
receptacle.
(3) It shall be the duty of the occupier of a
bakehouse to remove from the premises promptly
after cleaning and before baking again on those pre-
mises, all accumulations of dust, ashes or refuse.
(4) No occupier of a bakehouse shall permit the
use of leaves, paper or any material other than metal
sheets for the purpose of receiving unbaked bread.
6. MEDICAL EXAMINATION. (I) Every
occupier of, and every person employed at, a bake-
house shall, before engaging in the production and
issue of bread for sale, obtain a certificate of good
health (hereinafter called a "Baker's Certificate")
issued free of charge by the Medical Officer of Health
or other medical officer authorised by him.
(2) Every Baker's Certificate shall be valid for
three months after the date of issue unless cancelled
by the Local Authority before the date of expiration.
(3) The Local Authority may, whenever in its
discretion it deems fit, require any person employed
in a bakehouse to be examined for the purpose of
ascertaining the health of that person whether or not
a valid Baker's Certificate has been issued in the name
of such person.
(4) No person shall enter a bakeroom unless he
is employed in the bakehouse and is in possession of a








Baker's Certificate issued in his name.

(5) Every Baker's Certificate should be conspi-
cuously posted in the Bakehouse in which the person
is employed, or, if he is employed in more than one
Bakehouse, in any one of such Bakehouses.

7. APPAREL. (I) Every owner or occupier of
a bakehouse shall-
(a) provide at least two full-length white
aprons for each person employed in the bakehouse;
(b) not allow any person to be engaged in pre-
paring or selling bread unless that person is wearing a
clean full-length white apron.
(2) It shall be the duty of the occupier of every
bakehouse to supply, launder and store all aprons for
use at his bakehouse.


Made by the Central Board of Health this I2th
day of June, 1953.


Sgd. P. I. BOYD,
Chairman.

Confirmed by the Governor in Council this 28th
day of July, 1953.


Sgd. L. O'LOUGHLIN,
Clerk of the Council.







Printed for the Government of St. Christopher and Nevis by A. M. LOSADA
Printer by Authority "The St. KittsPrintery," Fort & Central Streets
BAIRseterre, St. Kitts B.W.I.




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