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Group Title: Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette.
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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 Material Information
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
Physical Description: 12 v. : ; 25-35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Publisher: Govt. Printer.
Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
Frequency: weekly
completely irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
legislation   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
General Note: Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076853
Volume ID: VID00002
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001667609
oclc - 17270322
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lccn - 58045856
 Related Items
Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

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    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 29 of 1956: Pensionable Offices Order,1956
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    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 30 of 1956: Plant Protection (Amendment) Regulations, 1956
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in the public -lervice, with Il, I trom
the <'Oitf. stated, alre publish d for
gent roti in forni:tioi :-

Ai:;',TT., N., Jiu icr C'lnrk, Audit
)D-.parltniwt leeward Islands, to hb
.ii)innir Clerk, Audit Depairtiint,
na ng.. July 1

AN'ITHONY. P., Messeniger, (iovern-
1ntn Printing Offic,, L'-eward
Isanidt, to W e M's iss'nger. (overn-
mnpnt Printing Office, Antigua.
nly I
BEN.-AMIN, W., Technician. O(vern-
nm' nt Printinz Oil.-'' L.4eward
I-lands, to be Technician, Govern-
mi->it Printing Oflice. Antigua.
July 1
BLACAMAN, E. M., Superintendent,
Government Printing Offic-, Lee-
wm'd Islandis, tWo be Superint'ndent
Governnienit Printing (ulIn --, Anti-
gua. July 1

CHARLE.s, M., Techinician, Govern-
im1-nt Printiny' Office, Leeward
Islai:ds tho be 'lT'chnician. (Govern-
mnent Printing Office, Antigua.
July 1
EDWARDS, Mi--. (1., Examinur of
Accounts. Audit Departnrint, Lee-
ward Islands, to be Examniner of
Accounts, Audit Department, Anti-
gun. July 1

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in"UtI'Viting~ Omqe Ixymmnlrll
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July I
1'{ RS-'O. 1)., Jun iW Clerk, A nut
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Gei rahl's Officr, I ewari l e lewards,
to lan Principal, LJn ll DeUArtiunnt,
antimna. Auly I

LICHAYL, V. A. P.. Jnior Clheri,
Gov'-r-mnen1t Printintg Offico. Lee-
Ivnr1 Ishlnd l. 14 bt JS nior (ecrk,
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t.1'11d'A. to be .Junior Clerk. Legal


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Audit IDoWmrtiiwiI Lemx*:rl Is-
huind. to he n1 unior Clerk. Audit
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Offices Oroler, 195;."
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6 T1IIS ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [July 12,1956


T'IADE MARKS OFFICE';,
: 'NTII'-V 22nd June, i'.,1..

RADIO (C 1 H P OA0 TION OF
AMERICA ,o; 0 hci;ellh.r Pla;za,
New York, S';te ofi New York, U.S.A.
have applied fo" l?:s-;;ir;tion of one
Trade .1!~'k con: iting of the follow-
ing:-


in class 8 that is to say, talking
macliiln records: somind antd picture
recording and reproducing records,
magnetic tapes, wires and otiler
devices or means ior r cording and
reproducing sound and pictures.

The Applicants claim that they have
used the said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goods since January 1,
1956.

Any person may within three have
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, _Mon.ts.rral and l'irgi'
Islands (Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua. of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Malrk.

CECIL 0. BYRON.
Acting liegi.stri of Trade Marks.



TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 22nd June, 1956.

THE BORDEN COMPANY of 350
Madison Avenue, City of New York,
State of New York, U.S.A. have
appii,, for Ri'egistration of one Trade
Maill coni.nIiig of the following:i'-





DRIM IX


in class 42 that is to say, ice cream
mix: milk, and milk anl dairy
products.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade '.i ,': in
resp-ect of thil said goods for ;: years
before tlie date of their said \ pplica-
tion.

Any person miay within thr. e
months from the date of the first
app 'arance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, MlonNt.~(rrat and Virgin
Islands Gazette, giv notice in diupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.


CECIL 0. BYIRN,
Acting legstita(,r :o/ Ti a.:e Mar L," .


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,

ANTIGUA, 22nd June, 1956.

ASAHI KASE1 KO(GYO KAItiS-
HI1KI KAISHA of 1, Soze-cho, Kita-
ku, Osaka, Japan lharm applied for
registration of one Trade Mark con-
sisting of the following:-


BELM 5 Li


in class 50, that is to say:- artificial
silk yarns, threads andi fabrics.

The Applicants claim ihat they
have not used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said good s before the
date of their said Application.

Any person may with in three
months from the dale of tIle first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antiqua, .Montiserrd atn d Virgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigna, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.

CECIL O. BYRON,

At ling Registrar of Trade Marks.



Tenders for Groceries etc.


The following tenders have been
accepted for the period ending 31st
December, 1956, for the supply of
the undernentioned items to Govern-
ment Institutions:-


LaLe & Co. Ltd.


Rice $23.2 2 per ag of 177 lbs.
Salt Fish .`0 !er lb.
Pickl-d or
Salted Beef i,> per lb.
Cheese .80 per lb.
Edible Oil .50 per hot (local)
Oval Blue .6 (; peir box of i gross
Laundry Soap .17 per bar of 2' Ilbs,
Washed
sugar 20.29 pir bag of 249 lbs.
Brown sugar 1 .59 per bag of 219 lbs.

James Pigott


Flour ;.50
Coi rnmeal I '.'.
Table Butter ,.32
1.12
M argiarie 2.6;0
.52
Lard 2.60
Sardines 11. 11


per bag of 100 lbs.
per bag of 98 lbs.
per 5 lb. tin
per lb.
per 5 11). tin
per I1b.
per 5 lb. tin
per carton of 100-
3' oz. tins


Pickled
Pork-Snouts 80.00 per brl. of -i I lbs.;
44 cents per lb.
Scalps 59.50 per hrl. of 200 lbs.
3(6 cents per lb.
Canned Beef -'.s.mI per case of 48 tins
-12 oz.


Cooking
Butter
Clear Pork or
Fat Back
Potatoes

Onions


1.5i per 5 lb. tin

.13 per lb.
7.00 per 100 lbs.
.07 per lb.
8.00 per 50 IIlb.
.1; per 11,.


MILI 1K :1-;SIH.

Angelo Barreto

Leper Home .14 per 2( oz. bottle
delivered .;0- -I bot-
ties daily


Holberton
Hospital



Antigua S
tlolberton
Hospital



M.

Holberton
Hospital
Lunatic
Asylum and
Fiennes
Institute


.14 per 26 oz. bottle
delivered :'Il If, bot-
tles daily

Syndicate Estates Ltd.

.14 per 26 oz, bottle
delivered 30-40 bot-
tles daily

rs. Lyda Hall


(balance of
mients)


reiire-


14 per 26 oz. bottle
delivered


SHHEAD.

Eugene Jardine

.1-1 per lb. delivered

KEROSENE OIL.

Joseph Dew & Sons. Ltd.

Current wholesale price less duty less
42' cts. per Imp. gallon.

Adinilistr/,r' O()ficr,
.tAntigou/.
23rd Jie, 1.56i.
Ref. No. A. 41/3;.


RAINFALL FIGURES.

centrall Experiment Station

Antigua.


Month. i 52. 19i 3. i ,55. o .
Jan. ) 11 1 1! 4 3 2. i; -,15


Feb.
Mar.


May
Jllne


1.1(1 1.02 2.15 .- I .23
1.62 .,.6iO 1.8 .813 1.40
S 20 .19 1.75 3.S3


3.07 1.50
5 74 13!


To 7th July 1.48 1.03


3.83 2.81 2.58
3-32 1-47 '17
.27 .11


19 06 141.5 1448 "'70 20902


International House

(Robert H. B. Nanton)








! iE AN LA, AJiN EllAT 'ND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


LEEWARD ISL.%ND;S.

Virgil I slainds.

SAVIN',; BANK ACCOUNT FOR THE YEARt ENDED 31sT DECEMBER, 1955.
REVENUE ANi) EXPENDITlIE ACCOUNT.


Exi',.NDIT'URE.
To Interest oil closed
Accounts 13
Interest c apitalised at
31/12/55 2,21

Payment in respect of
services rendered 1:

Deposit fraudulently wit>h-
drawn in 1951 now made
good 1,09


6.6S

7.59


70.00



7.14 3,571.41


INCOME.
liB Interest on Invest-
ments with the Crown
Agents 2,727.60
Interest on Deposit with
the Virgin Islands
National Bank of St.
St Thomas ;.,7
Sale of Pass Books .96
I)eicit met from the
;eieral lReveniie of the
Presidency s03.1, 3,571.41


STATEMENT OF DEPOSITS .AND nWTH'IIRAWAI.S.


DEPOSITS.
To Balance to the credit of
Depositors at 1/1/55 98,234.37
Deposits received in
1955 152,577.81
Deposits Fraudulentlly
withdrawn in 1951
now made good 1.097.14
Interest credited to
Depositors Account 2,354.27


\WlTHDRAWAI.S.


By Vithldrawals


254,263.59


137. 64.(994


Balance at 31/12/55 116,793.i35


INVESTMENT ADJUSTMENT AcCCOUNT.


Depreciation o' Invest-
ments 8,513.00


8,513.00


By Gain on sale of Invest-
ments 31.34
Balance carried forward
to Reserve Fund 8, 81.66


RESERVE FUND Acc('oTr.'


To Investment Adjustment
Account -. 1S-1.60


8,481.66


By Balance at 1/1/55
liabiiance at 31/12/55


BALANCE SIIEET AS AT 31ST D)EC(' EIM 19,55.


LIABILITIES.


Depositors' A\ counts 11 ;,793.65


ASSETS.
By Virgin Islands
Treasury 33,567.72
Virgin Islands National
Bank of St. Thomas 2.01-' 3
Investment Account, 77,2S7.14
i;eficit 3.01 -.. 6


I i6,793.t;5


There is a contingent liability amounting to .1 7,812. 3 in respect of aggregate amounts paid
from Presidential Revenue to meet deficit on Revenue and Expenditure Account--17,009.65 in
respect of previous cs yas and 8803.18 in respect of 1955.


T. E. A. PERKINS,
Assl/aista Tr,-n., rer.
,I] M1 (/, 100,1.


E1. A. EVELYN,
Act .ilMa ifjger,
Gov':rannixnt Sariniqs 'ank.
4/1 Jfa/, 1':'I;.


254,263.59


8.513.00


4,5. (


S, 181.6f


116,793.65


July 12, 1950]







s THE ANT IGUA, MONTS'i:,iAT ANDI) TIRIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [July 12,1-.,

LEEMWA ihD ISLANDS.

P' SI NS Y 01" 1 1i ';' I(E VI.I -LAN)DS.

'STATEiMENT UOF SAVINGSS i\ANK 1NVEST',Al'NTS AS AT ;)IST DECEMBIR., 1955.


VaIu.. .


1Mei IMairkt :Ali Market
F:ice Value. Value a;s at Vilu.* as at I Iate.
S:/12/5:4 ;1/12/55


SLoss.


4Gain.


. :. d .s i S(1 (I


A ustra ii i ';, 1 .'; .. .
British .3 ic 1" "' "
i- .n : ; : .
Hiiddi rsi i .. "/S ..

Nig, ria 19t /;t; .
North-,,un iRh.drdi,,
:2 : 5 3;,6:
Sau til x i o l 31 ;. 1, ,. ',
Sh1-ffid ', 1 92;/,S
Trin i' i 4 1973/76 .
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1.0.8
1 ,4'S)

4:: 3
' ,* ,,


1,p I ,1
726
1.107

428
2.022

705
2.087
600
1 -. '
3,821
L01:1


955 0

1,035 15
2.988 7
428 3
1,i92 ,


!17: I 11'


1,8.00
3,687


570/


9.,


17,59 t; lI 2 01,447 0 l 11,254 1 :. 1;i01t


T E. A P..;IN S,
i ., / 1t ? 7 ':.
*I\f .11( n ); ,,;


0 (
1 7
1 7
14 2
9 2
18 2

0 2
7 2
0 0
15 {6
7 (I
-14 9

9 :


5. i. s. d


841 77 11 9
, 152 12 10
95 33 0 0
874 284 9 0
8s ; 382 2 8
4,. 440 5 3

1.773 10 10


S. EVELYN,
I IltA _71f ,,t 19 r,
(j /'>r 1ti -f SI' i,:n /)an.i'.
li/t May, 195;i.


In accordance with section i 1 o') (Ilrdiinaice No i. 2 of i:7. the accounts of the Savings
Bank for the year ended 31st D)ecember, 1955 have been examiined under my direction. 1 have
obtaine-d all the information and explanations I have required and I certify, as a result of this audit,
that in my opinion the Balance Sheet and other statements attached hereto are correct, subject to
the observa ions in the report of even date appended below.

J. i". BOOTr!,
PIrin';ipal diii iitor.
2 ; .,.th 1)0 Leeuwird Ilands.


A Iulitor's Report

,ienitiodne in ce rtificate of 2 .th May, '",,;

tEVE NUIE ANI) EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT.

The payment of $1,097.14 was due to the necessity to refund to a depositor sums fraudu-
lently withdrawn from her account in 1951 which it proved impossible to recover.

BALANCE SHEE ET.

The total of the list of individual depositors' accounts at 31st December, 1955 was in
agreement with the balance of' the Depositors' Accounts, the 1954 discrepancy having been located.

F.. F. BOOTH,
Principal Auditor,
24/th May. 195(. Lei ard Islands.

Ref. N 31i00O5l:
Prjintl 2 tt 'I ornI)nt Printine Office, Anti-un., Leeward Islands, by 3 A'r, PrIrOTT,
A nlinm <4overnmenit, Pr; nitir.-- Iy A tithority.
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ANTIGUA. "



STATUTORY RULES AND ORP)EI .. -U
1956, No. 2 9.


PENSIONABLE OFFICES.


THE PENSONABLE OFFICES ORDER. 1]0)G, DATED JULY 3,
1956, MADE BY THE GOVEwNOR IN COUNC IL UNDER SECTION
2 (1) OF THE PENSIONS ACT, 1;-47 (No. 12/1947).


1. Short Title. This Order nimy be cited as the
Pensionable Offices Order, 1956.
2. Pensionable Offices. The offices specified in the
First Schedule hereto are hereby dIcl:red to be pensionable
offices within the meaning of the Pensions Act, 1947.
3. Revocation. The Orders specified in the Second
Schedule hereto are hereby revoked.
4. Commencement. This Odler shall be deemed to
have come into operation on the 1st (lay of Julv, 1956.

FIRST SCHEDULE.

Governor and Chief Secreiary:
Chief Secretary
Assistant Chief Secretary
Administration:
Administrator
Administrative Secretary
Assistant Administrative Secretary
Financial Secretary
Handcraft Organiser
Relieving Officer
Warden of Barbuda
Homccraft Officer

L4 a1
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r^ /^^ f_______









Agriculture, Veterinary and Fi-t, r;,
Agricultural Superintendent
Veterinary Officer
Farm Manager
Farm Foreman
Agricultural Assistant, Grade II
Agricultural Assistant, Grade III A
Agricultural Assistant, Graide JIR B
Agricultural Assistant, Grade IV
Protection Officer
Peasant Development Officer
Assistant Peasant Development Officer
Accountant, Peasant Development Services
Fishery Officer
Stockman
Audit:
Principal Auditor
Auditor
Examiner of Accounts
Coolidge Air Base:
Labour Foreman and Operator
Customs:
Collector of Customs
Education:
Inspector of Schools
Assistant Inspector of Schools
Supervising Teacher
Head Teacher, Grade I
Head Teacher, Grade II
Assistant Teacher, (Grade I
Assistant Teacher, Grade II
Headmistress, Antigua Girls' High School
Secondary School Assistant
School Attendance Officer
Headmaster, Antigua Grammar School

Housing and Planning Authority

tiousing Executive Officer
Building Surveyor









Judicial and Legal:
Chief Justice
Puisne Judge
Attorney General of the Leeward Islands
Crown Attorney
Magistrate
Additional Magistrate
Registrar and Provost Marshal
Legal Assistant
Labour:
Labour Commissioner

Library:
Librarian
Medical, Hospital, Institutions and
Central Board of Health:
Senior 11rlictl Officer
Medical Otrii, Institutionis
District Mt1;i;,l Officer
Medical Officer
Dental Surgeon
Superintendent of Public Health Nurses
Senior Dispenser
Junior Dispenser
Laboratory Assistant
District Health Nurse
Clinic Nurse
Surgeon Specialist (Resident 11rdil.il Superintendent)
Junior Hospital Medical Officer
Nursing Sister (Matron)
Nursing Sister (Assistant Matron)
Nursing Sister
Radiographer
Ward Sister
Charge Nurse
Staff Nurse
Hospital Steward
Hospital Housekeeper
Superintendent, Lunatic Asylum
Chief Health Inspector
Building Inspector
Field Technician
Insect Pest Control Officer
Senior Sanitary Inspector








Storekeeper
Market Clerk
Sanitary Inspector, Class I
Sanitary Inspector, Class II
Foreman Latrine System
Police:
Commissioner of Police
Superintendent of Police
Assistant Superintendent of Police
Printing Office:
Superintendent, Printing Office
Technician, Printing Office
Prison and Training School:

Keeper of Prison
Chief Prison Officer
Principal Prison Officer
Prison Officer, Grade I
Prison Officer, Grade II
Prison Officer, Grade III
Prison Matron
Female Warder
Post Office and Telephones:
Postmaster
Superintendent of Telephones
Head Operator, Telephones
Telephone Operator
Foreman, Telephones
Head Linesman, Telephones
Telephone Linesman

Public Works:
Assistant Engineer
Inspector of Works
Foreman of Works
Surveyor Supervisor

Treasury:
Chief Accountant
Assistant Accountant (Income Tax)







5


Principal
Senior Clerk
Junior Clerk


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SECOND SCHEDULE
The Pensionable Offices Order, 1954 (Leeward Islands
General Government Statutory lRle and Order 1954 No. 56).
The Pensionable Offices (Amendment) Order,, 1956
(Leeward Islands General Government Statutory Rule and
Order 1956 No. 2).


Made by the Governor in Council this 3rd day of July,
1956.


F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.


Printed at the Government Priinti Offioe, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by EARI. PIGO'rr. Acting Government Printer.- By Authority.
1956.


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ANTIGUA.




STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 30.


THE PLANT PROTECTION (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 1956,
DATED JULY 3, 1956, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN
COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 15 OF THE PLANT PROTECTION
ORDINANCE, 1941 (No. 14 OF 1941).



1. Citation. These Regulations may be cited i:s the
Plant Protection (Amendment) Regulations, 1956 and shall be
read as one with the Plant Protection Regulations, 1951
(S. R. & 0. 1951, No. 5) as amended hereinafter called the
Principal Regulations.

2. Amendment of First Schedule. The First
Schedule to the Principal Regulhtions is hereby amended by the
deletion of all the words appearing in the second column of item
(c) and the substitution therefore of the following:-

The Dominion of Australia except the State of
STasmania, the Bahamas, Bermuda, British Guiana,
the United States of America and all other countries
except the British Isles, Canada, and the British
West Indies."

3. Amendment of Second Schedule. The
Second Schedule to the Principal Regulations is hereby amended
as follows:-

(1) by the deletion of all the words appearing in the
third column of items (b) and (d) and the substitution
therefore ofthe following:-

"(The British Isles, Canada, British West Indies
and the]State of Tasmania."










(2) by the deletion of the word "ditto" appearing in
the third column of item (h) and the substitution therefore
of the following:-

"The British Isles, Canada, British WVest Indies,
the State of Tasmania and the United States of
America.".

Made by the Governor in Council this 3rd day of July,
1956.
F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.

































Prinfit l ;t tii.l I'vLrrnmn'iti Printing Oilici. Antinia, Leeward Islands,
E~AI, Pi r. Anni. G(overrnment Printer.-By Authority.
1956.


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