I e Pensions Ordinance, 1902, Amendmnent Ordi- 75
J. IHAYES SADLER,
15th December, 1913.
No. 19 of M913.
AN ORDINACNE to amend "The Pen-
sions Ordinance, 1902".
[ 24th December, 1913. ]
Be it enacted by the, Governor with the advice and
consent of the Legislative Council of Saint Vincent as
1. This Ordinance may be cited as The Pensions Ordi- Short title.
nance, 1902, Amendment Ordinance, 1913", and shall be
The Pcnsions O'dilnance, 19'l(, Amendment Ordi-
No 19 of 1913.
Pensions to cease if
on final retirement
pensioner becomes a
Director etc. of a
principaprt of its
business in Colony
permission of Gov-
read and construed as one with The Pensions Ordinance,
2. If any person to whom a pension has been granted
under this Ordinance becomes, on his final retirement from
the service of the Colony, either a Director of any Com-
pany the principal part of whose business is in any way
directly concerned with the Colojy, or an officer or a
servant employed in the Colony by any such Company,
without in every such case the permission of the Governor
in writing first had and obtained, then in every such case
it shall be lawful for the Governor, with the approval of
the Secretary of State, to direct that such pension shall
forthwith cease: provided always that it shall be lawful
for the Secretary of State, on being satisfied that the
person in respect of whose pension any such direction
shall have been given has ceased to be a Director of such
Company or to be employed as an officer or servant of
such Company in the Colony, as the case may be, to give
directions for the restoration of such pension, with retro-
spective effect, if he shall see fit, to such a date as he
Passed the Legislative Council the 2nd day of December, 191JS
and published in /tie Government Gazette this 2~th day of December, 1913.
W. S. BATTEN-POOLL,
Acting Clerk of Councils
RRINTTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRlNTING OFFICE,
KIONSTOWN, ST. VInCENT.