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The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette

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Title:
The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
Creator:
Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Place of Publication:
[St. John's? Antigua]
Publisher:
Govt. Printer.
Frequency:
weekly
completely irregular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
12 v. : ; 25-35 cm.

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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 )
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serial ( sobekcm )
legislation ( marcgt )
federal government publication ( marcgt )
periodical ( marcgt )

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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.

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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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ANTIGA, MONTSEIRAT
iAD

V IRG- INJ

~IAi~.LI)S

AZ'IETTL.

Jubhshled by cdutkority. Ti-li SD Y. 2r;i ,JULY, 1956.

N o. 4.

i T i .

t is he rby u il' ed l it'' g n' r'a iniformation that His Excellen y the (overnorl has issued a (Commissio a to P. 1). iMACDONALD, T'q., (C.M.O.. appointing him to) e Go e' rs Depty. d~I ing his absence from Ant. a wvhilst visiing Mon'sIt rat from the (t t h; 18th August, 1956.
- I '
I0,/1)i,%/,.
23rd Ju/y, I t.
Ref. No. A.C. 13/i68.
It is hereby notified for general information that consequent upon the defedirlation of( the Lve'vard Islands on the It July. 1i;, Mr. D. H. A. MdcNamara. Magistrate. whoI, acted as Crown Attoirney, Antigiia, up to and iniciludingl thile 30th Jlune, 1956, has been appointed acting Legal Assistant, Antignta.
Adminiislrats (/ice,,,
Antigua.
23,d Jl0y, 1956.
Ref. No. A C 13/16s
I U der the prvi ions of Seetion 4 of the Rent Restriction Ordinance, No. i3 f 1917, the Administ ator of Antigua has b1en pleased to> appoint with effect from the 26th March,. 1956. Donald Sheppard, Esq., to be a Rent Commissioner for the Colony of Antigua.
A d, in istrator's O(fic/,i
St. Jolm's, Antigua.
16h ,July, 1956.
Ref. No. A. 38/15.

jONIRIVIATION OF ORD t)IN..ANCES
No. 10.
The' Secretary of State for th,: Colonies has intiornied(i the Governor that the power of disallowantce will not le exercised in respect of the undermentioned O)dinances:- II Z / ii I .
N(" I1% of10, "The Old Metal ald iMarine Stor(es (Ordinaice-, 1955.''
Virgin lands.
No. 9 of 1955, P'rotection olf Trees and C(onservation of Soil and Water (Amendment) Ordinance, 1955.'"
No. 16 of 1955. The Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Or'dinance, 1955."
No. 11
The following L !Hiils which are t) be introduceed in the Legislative ('uneil of Antigua, are circulated with this Gazette and forin part t:hereof:-" Thie Distribution o f Germnan Eneminy Property Ordinance, 1956."
" The Currency Act (Amendment) Ordinance. 1956."
" The Interpretation and General Clauises Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1956."
No. 12.
Thle following: S:tiitutory Riules and Orders are eirculat ied wi thtIis Gazette and form part therof:
No. 31 of 1956, The L gislative Council (Reimue-ration oi! Election Offeers) Regulations, 1956."
2 pp. Price 4 cents

No. 32 of 1956, "- The Plant Protection (A mend men No. 2) Regulations. No. 9. 1956." 1 Ipp. Price 3 cents

Appointtments and transfers etc., in the public w,'vice, with effect from the (ateis sta'od, are published for general ill for ition :-Pilszak, Dr. B., to be District Medical Officer. Medical Department, Antigua. June 13
Royer, Miss S., Junior Clerk, Police IDepartinent, Leeward Islands, to be Junior Clerk, Police Department, Antigua. July 1I
I.2y 42 7

Virgin Ilan:ds.
No. 27 of 1956, "' The Pensionabhle Oflices Order, l56."
3 p!i. Price 6 cents.
GAZETTE INDEX.
The Index to Vol. LXXXIII of the Leeward Islands Gazette for the year 1955, is circulated with this issue.

Statement of Currenyv Note
Circulation in the British Car:bbean Territories (Eastern Group) on ist June,
195 6.

Aver;w cirt'iculttion
195C
fir. Carilbean Curruicy Notes
[)iallo etized it ( v't.
Notes outstanding

duing April. 57,507.879.00 1,202,4 13.00X

58,71 (292.00
Br. Caribbeaii C0irrency Notes in cienj lati n on at une, u 956:

Trinidad &k Tobago Barbatds British G nitana (41reliatda St. Vincelit St. Lucia Dominica Anti g o St. Kitts Montserrat

... 27,744.258.00 ... 5,31 ,625.00 15,4 13,,2;4.0(1 ... ,7"z9,100.00 ... 504, 00.00
... 934,000.00 ... 1,214.400.00 ... 2,025,300.00 ... 1,519,500.00
... 326,405.00

Total Br. Caribbean
Currency Notes .. 58,322,352.00
Demonetized Trinidad
and Tobago Grov't.
Not's outstanding ... 814,290.001
Demonetized Br.
Guiaina Gov't.
Notes outstanding ... 297,541.00
Demonetized Barbados
G'v't. Notes
ont-tanding ... 75,909.00
Total demonetized
Government Notes
outstanding ... 1,187,740.00
Total circulation
in 1st June, 1956 59,510,092.00
L. SPENCE,
Executive Comminssioner,
British Caribbean
Currency ]a'd.
British Caribbean Currency Board,
T'rea, ury Chanibers.
Por of Spain.
Trinidad, B. W.I.
No. 24/00144




14 THE ANTIGUA, MIt()N SRi .N. D i il, IN ISL, NDS GAZETTE [Ju, :2. 1 ,0.

Statement showing BritishCaribbeanCoin
circulation in the British Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group) on 1st
June, 1956.
Average circulation during
April. 1956 $1, 643,200.0
BritiSh Caribbean i incir444 I 1t June,!ING:

Sa;:n i0.00{
1,n 25.0)
9; ,7}.00
7 3, ,o0.0 0 0 1.095.0()
l750.00 7:R800.00 ;i,7750(W
I41771)0{)
1 4..4.

Tinuida. & Tav
a 4bai s4 II G7Lrinada :
,'i Let
SI. l.ucia S1 44iri
!1j Jl ct.,.'4iT Pr, sts1 i"nned in tW ,
United Kiingolmi

$1,01
L. SPENCvE:.
Executive Connlmis4
Br. Cariblboan CI. 44rmn
British Cril-an Curroucy B
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad.
Ref. No. 24 13 0749.
ACQUISITION OF LA
Notice -equired under se
of the Iand Acquisiti
1K 14 (No. 11/1944).
NOTICE 1IS TIEREBY that it appears to the Gov Council thaIt the lands desc the Schedule hert U and si Monte'os Estate' inll the ; Saint MAry iln the Ilanl of are ly to be needed for which in the opinion of t!e G i Cinud a1re ll iie purposes to e't th Schoml, A it is necessary to x k- a >e c',''N (of th Sid hlnd.

SCH EDULE.
\ pe., r auo~fland containing n4pproximately 3 a(res of Mofntero ESate in the Paris'h of Sit \ary in tIe Ishutd o-! Atigua owd, by Coleridge James and bounded as follows:
0O1 ihe West by the Publi Eoiad 1On the East aind( North by igshyd
Estat, and
On the South by a footpath
separating it from the remainder of Monteros Estate.
IDated the 21th day of June, 19)56.
F. A. (L4REX];,
Clerk of the Coun, il,.
Admiiotror.4is Otlice,
St. J"'. ns. nligla.
Ref. N,,. A. 46/64.

ACQUISITION OF LAND.
Notice required under section 4
of the LandI Acquisition Act,
1944 (No. 1I/1944)
NOTICE IW HEREBY (1IVEN that it appears to the (ovenor ill Council that the lands described in the Schetdule beret and s-'ituate at Not Gr vY, in t Pai' h of John in t]e Ishnn of Antiqua re likely to e niee4ed f"r ppo es whi h1 in the op)miion o4 f th Govenor ii Cou cil areo puji0 "u'!ts unInely I'" Frt therneon a h'l,! A[D that it is neeessaor to ;make a 'preiminary sirvey O w t!i s i 1l 'd.
SCHEl 1 .

A ,e,. ' 4 < h B t c n' tai i
1,7 7,;5
174474;'0 in, a0 e om' .i1 '.t1ely 2.MG ac '"4 at Enut .t No1t Grove iln thei' Pish :t.
1 7. ) J,:, i i t, p A ; u hn I
e'd byAl' II ('anlacho aInd bondl,4 ( 'd
uIs follows: ...
y Bo.ar(. On th North and East by the
,.1, ~ Valley Main lb ad
On the South by Old of Alvan
Onnliacho and aud foimerly of
Reid and
O) the West by a road.
ND. Dated the 26th day of Jnll-. I9G56.
action 4 F t mA 11
oni Act, ,) l1,le I)',
( ', f4 1//w Cont/.4
A]IVEN .4dinis'drator's Open'
ernr rtSt. ohn,/'s, A ,ignda.
riled in Ref. A. trdn4. tuate At
arish oi'
Antigt POST OF ROAD ENGINEER,
purposes ST. VINCENT.
governor
namely Appiioations are invited f' n'n sulit14 that :bly quilified persons for the post of iminary Rpool i llneer, St. Vincent, partieuti;rs of w.ibc a'r es follows:-

Appointne:nt id- l Salary.
1The pst is n'>usionaide (and the, a1 iltilent w''ill 11e on tractt for three (3) yer's. The salary is in the scale of 1,0)0-41,200) per anmm, and the salary of the scceessful candidate will depend on his qualifications and experience. The Officer will be subject to the Colonial Reguianis and local General Orders for the te being in force in so far as tiwy are aplyicobl. A Travelling Allo'an1ce f 1 pI r) a'nnuin4 will H pad Ir'oTvid 4t',e Miileer maitains S44t4 Xr ioid 1ir thie perforniance of his ieieial duties.

Quarters.

Duties.
The dutis of the post are to direct and supervise work in c(onn(ctionl with the Islads RWad Proramnme. Th untin works involve the design, layot and mcnstll(tionl of nIw seetims of road, and the colas surfacing of existing granel roads.
Qual .ications.
1(Cndidat-S sul b rt u a te
('ivil Enginee or sihoid p.'o s the A.,LC E. qualiW vtios o enmparable experience mI goalitoians.
Passages.
'iree passages oll first appointment and oni satisfactory completh,in of the period of engagement will be provided (1,' the Of'icer. his wife and children ot ext eding five persons in rll: bildren s,,od be in4uier 18 years of age, niunarried anl dependlIt on thei Offlcer.
Lea ve.
Vacation leai' will i1e ,ralnted on the satisfacetory termination of the tractat at the rate of I week for each conleted period of 3 months consecutive e service.
Taxation
All G(overunweut Oflicers are liable to taxation impoNsed by local !egislation.
Applications giving full particulars, n'litieon4, -' an~did experielic' of the applic11t and ac'coimpanied by two testimonials, should be addressed to the Chief Secretary, Windward Islands, (renada. and must reach him not later than 15th August, 1956.
'. No. C. 13/0011)
1 FATI FIG!E AS

Month J"eiJl Feb.
Mar. April May June

. 1. I1'M 5. M .
2.41 1Ws 314 T1 5.5 1.0O I1.02 2.15 ..4 1 2? .2 -. 1 .s .1:. 1.40
3.14 To 1 75 .'s
3.P7 1.5o 3.: e- 25 4
5.74 1.1 3.32 17 5 .72

To 21st July S, 10 2.72

2.12 1.79 1.8S

250 1U14 16.33 114, 21.79

Qu1arters are not provided.

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July 26, 1956] THE ANT i UA, MOiNTSEiiRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS, GAZETTE. 15
Hurricane Preeaiutions, 1956.
1. At the beginning of the Hurricane Season the public are advised to take precautions to safeguard their hones and other property in the event of a storm. During, a hurricane the central electricity supply will be turned off,. and every household should therefore bo provided with a hurricane lantern or a flash light (or preferably with both) which should be checked regularly and kept in working order throughout the hurricane season.
2. Owners of 'arometers should lake readings daily at 10 a.m., 4 p.m. and 10 p.1m. Any change lower tha tWe usual diurnal one of 0"10 inch shoui be regarded with suicieon
3. The masters or agents of vessels if in doubt should ei litaicate wii the Harbour Master for information.
4. When arring uipl) a house, on indlieation (d bo d w.,ather, beg-in with the side facing
the direction of the prevailing- wi-d, which varies fromn Nortih \West to North Vas. Should the centre of a storm pass over the island t here wi ll e a )rt period of cair (l ring which the Northern side of the building, could be opened up and the Souther and Westry sides closed. Very oflteu there is in) ecam, nd undmler such circumsnanmcs it is wise to hav e v'r~yting securely fastened.
5. The United States W theo r Bureau at &an Juan, uerto It.., issues regular weather reports for the Eastern lribbean wic are iroadi ast in SIpanish and Einlish aily throughout the hurricane season by several radio satios in Puerto in. Owners of rndi s should tiake : habit of listening to these broadcasts which may be heard over the following stati)n, at ti- times and on the frequencies and wavelength showWn:
BROA)c ST TIMEN (LOCA )
Stat ion. .Frequaency D)al!/il ly rather 6A(cial hurricane trarms. .
(w'avelength). rep'ors.
WIPR 940 k-s 8 0 .. 3 a.m.
(319.14 n) 4 55 .m." 12.30 p.m.
WAPA 680 t-s 7A5 a-.
411.18 m) 1,2.15 p.m.
,xc'pt on n saturday ;od Sunday
WKAQ !n km 130 p.m.
(i 7.21 in) 12.30 nA. .
Windwv:o,-d 3,nol ): 51.s 7.10 p.m.
(W4 n)i 1010 p.m.
Except S:Aturdays
Stati u- \ SA in: -. Thoint awl WIVI in St. Croix also broadcast the W\, ither- Bneau's spciOl hurricane ,varning;s and i
mi NW an In illAls.
AT L Y,
The follWin si- dipaye at th ao- "ate,'s ofice, CSoat iIl Otts Hill
'.-.' ead: r a... (ind oher Pol ce statins denote the ah;r achy ur Mi turned
. Red Fa with. black sqFuar-' ini cMa"'t :nea ris T'',pical disturlhance reported;
:.ely todet island of Antia -( \ET ADVISD.
i. 10 red 0.4s, with black tquars in centre-HIRRiICA\NE S (,i NALDAG-ER EXPECT ED.
AT NIHIT.
Two DETOATEING nOCETs)C I will be Fi- fromi th- Hlfarbour Mlaster's tifice to
warn shining
AT DAY & AT NI1 H.
A il LW~ iT I ill Ibe 1di ayed ati PLi.e Brtions. i>,i, will : hr h St.
John's Ord Vil es n ul 'in' th.r M &histles.
Tulephon- :_ExchAne- will iAfan, ,tsscribers. After a huI:ri::tne w1rnig his been
rec-ived th, noe vs ,ill be brown as- by Riio Antigna ( .2) u1gi ; 92. 16 metres) at regular int erv;als:-9 :.:l, 1 p.m., 5 p.m. and more iften if uces:arY. Adminirtors'(i,"s Of/ice,
St. John's, ni n o.
10th July. 1 56.
A. 52/6-II.
PriM at -h o Goernment Printinv Office. Antiina, Leeward I ands, by IARL IPIGoTT, Actimtr Government Printr --lI;v Authority.
1 VS.
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No.0

of 1956. Pistribution of German
Ene rny 1rjerty.

ANTIGUA.
No. of 1956.
BILL FOR
An Ordinance to provide for the vesting of German
Enemy Property in the Colony in an Administrator and for the distribution thereof.
[By Proclamation]
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony of Antigua as follks:I. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Distribution of German Enemy Property Ordinance, 1956.
2. (1) In this Ordinance the following expressions have the meanings hereby respectively assigned to them, that is to say:" the appointed day" means the date of the
commencement of this Ordinance;
"British person" means, in relation to any
S date

ANTGUA.

Commencement.
Short title.




ANTIGUA. 2 Distribution of German No. of 1956.
Enemy Propertq.
(a) any British subject, citizen of the Republic of Ireland or British protected person resident or carrying on business on that date in the Colony;
(b) any body of persons (whether corporate or unincorporate) which on that date was a body incorporated or constituted under the laws in force in the Colony;
"claimant" in relation to any German enemy debt means the person who under section 6 of this Ordinance makes a claim in respect of that debt;
"the Custodian" means the Custodian of Enemy Property appointed under regulation 8 of the Defence (Trading with the Enemy) Regulations, 1939;
"German person means, in relation to any date,
(a) the German State;
() any individual who on that date was a German national resident in Germany;
(c) any body of persons (whether corporate or unincorporate) who on that date was a body incorporated or constituted in or under the laws of Germany;
"German enemy debt" means any sum due at the passing of this Ordinance in respect of an obligation incurred before the third day of September nineteen hundred and thirty-nine, which on that day was an obligation of any German person to any British person except that where any British person (not being the Governiment of the Colony) carried on business on the said day both in and outside the Presidency, any sum attributable to business carried on outside the Colony shall be excluded;




No. of 1 956. Distribution ol German 3 ANTIGOVA.
Enemy Prop)erty.
"German enemy property" means property
which, on the appointed day is under the control oC the Custodian, being property, which on or at any time after the third day of September, nineteen hundred and thirty-nine, belonged to, or was held or
managed on behalf of(a) the German State;
(b) any individual who, on the
said third day of September, nineteen hundred and thirty-nine, or at any time thereafter, was a German national resident in Germany or in any territory under the sovereignty of a State which on or at any time after the said day was at war with
Her Majesty;
(c) any individual who was a
German national on or at any time
after the said day and(i) was included among the persons specified in any order made under sub-regulation 3 of the Defence (Trading with the Enemy) Regulations, 1939;
(ii) was a person whose property became subject to control under regulation 8 of the said Regulations at a time when he was not an enemy within the meaning of the said R egulations;
(d) any body of persons
(whether corporate or incorporate) which on or at anv t ie after the sud day w s\ a bo)dy i.corporated or constituted in, i uder the laws
of, Germany; and




A*TiGtA. 4 Distribution of German No. of 1956,
Enemy Property.
(e) any body of persons (whether corporate or unincorporate) which on or at any time after the appointed day was controlled by any such individual or body as is mentioned in paragraph (b), paragraph
(c) or paragraph (d) hereof;
"German national" does not include any person who acquired German nationality by reason of the inclusion in the German State after the first day of March, nineteen hundred and thirty-eight, of any territory not comprised therein on that day;
"Germany means territory comprised in the German State on the first day of March, nineteen hundred and thirty-eight;
"property means real or personal property and includes any estate or interest in real or personal property and money, any negotiable instrument, debt or other chose in action, and any other right or interest whether in possession or not;
"relevant time" means the appointed day;
"trade debt" means any sum due in respect of
(i) goods supplied in the course of trade;
(ii) services incidental to the goods so supplied; or
(iii) shipping freight, rebates or fares.
(2) For the purposes of this Ordinance, a
person who at any time was resident in Germany shall be deemed to have been a German iiational at that time unless it is proved to the satisfaction of the Administrator of Enemy property, within six months of the appointed day in such maner as he may prescribe that he was not a German national
at that time.




No. ot 1956. Distribution of German 5 ANTIGMA.
Enemy Property.
(3) For the purposes of this Ordinance, property which, or the right of transfer over which is vested in* any custodian of enemy property appointed under section 9 of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1939, and property which, by 12/190. virtue of any order made under the said section 9, cannot be dealt with without the consent of the Governor, shall be deemed to be subject to control under the said section 9.
(4) Any reference in this Ordinance to the
Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1939, shall be 1211939. construed as a reference to that Ordinance as amended by or under any other Ordinance.
3. The Governor shall appoint for the Appointment
purposes of the distribution of German Enemy troduinia-property in pursuance of this Ordinance on such terms as he may specify to persons who establish claims in aspect of German enemy debts, an
Administrator of German Enemy Property (hereinafter in this Ordinance referred to as "the Administrator ").
4. (1) All German enemy property on the Property to appointed day in the hands of the Custodian shall nst in vest in the Administrator. tor.
(2) The Governor may by Order vest in the Administrator any other German enemy property situate in the Colony or the right to transfer the same. Any order so made shall be sufficient as respects property of any description to vest in the Administrator any property or the right to transfer any property as provided by the vesting order without the necessity of any further conveyance, assulrar ce or document.
(3) A vesting order made in accordance with the preceding subsection may be varied or revoked by the Governor.
5. This Ordinance shall not apply- Exoluded
(a) to anv claim in respect of a Cernian Claims.
enemy debt less (in addition to the conditions prescribed in subsection (1) of section 2 of this Ordinance) at the relevant time that
debt was due to a British person;




A.NTIo UA. 6 Distribution of GeT(rmali No. of 1956.
Enemy Property.
(b) to any claim in respect of a German enemy debt duie at the relevant time to a company incorpmated i the Colony whose activities in the Colony on the third day of September, nineteen hundred and thirtvnine were confined to cTompl ing with the Cap. o, requirements of the Companies Act and to
distributing profits earned abroad;
(c) to any claim in respect of a balance at a bank expressed in a unit of German
currency;
(d) to any claim in respect of 'a bank note expressed in a unit of (German currency or any other note so expressed which has at
any time been legal tender in Germany;
(e) to any other claim in respect of a German enemy debt expressed in a Unit of
German currency except(i) claims in respect of trade debts;
(ii) claims in respect of loans made to. G'erman persons by persons who at the date of the loan were British persons; (iii) claims in reset of rent due on the third day of September, nineteen hundred and thirtynine;
(iv) claims in respect of dividends on shares or stock declared before the third day of Septemher, nineteen hundred and thirty-nine; and
(/) to any claim by an insurer or an insurance broker in respect of a contrncr, of insurance or re-insurance with a German
person.
Making of 6. (1) claimss for payment under this OrClaims. dinaince may be made only by the person to whom
the sum claimed was due at the relevant time or bv an insurer who at the relevant time was entitled by subrogation to enforce payment of the sutl
claimed:




No, of 1956. Distribution of German 7 ANTIGUA.
{Prjerti.
Provided that in the event of the death, bankruptcy, winding up, mental incapacity, or absence from the Colony of any such person "or insurer as aforesaid the claim mqy be made by any person authorised by him in that behalf or by any person entitled to deal with his property.
(2) Claims for any payment under this
Ordinance shall be made to the Administrator within three months from the appointed day or such further time as the Governor may by Order made either generally or in relation to any specified class of claim direct.
(3) Claims shall be made on the appropriate form prescribed by the Administrator and shall contaiD the information required on the form and 'shall be accompanied by such documents as may be so required.
I
(4) The Administrator may by notice in
writing require the claimant to furnish within such time as may be specified in the notice such further information and documents in the claimant's
possession or control as the Administrator may require for the verification of the claim.
7. (1) The Administrator shall determine Determinawhether any claim is established for the purposes tion and payment of
of this Ordinance and the amount for which it may claim., be admitted for payment, and shall serve written notice of the determination on the claimant.
(2) The determination of the Administrator in relation to arty claim shall be final:
Provided that the clalmant, if dissatisfied with the determination as being erroneous in point of law, may by notice in writing given within six weeks after being served with notice of determination as aforesaid and setting out the question or questions of law in respect of which it is alleged that the determination of the Administrator was erroneous, require the A dministrator to state and sign a case for the opinion thereon of the Supreme Court and the decision of the Supreme Court shall be final.




ANTIGUA. 8 Did ribudn 0 (,erMa No. of 1956,
[nn/ v 1 'VuJNrtqf
( T) The Administrator shall be entitled to
appear at the hearing of any case stated by him
under this section.
Disposal of 8. (1) Where any moneys, being German
interest and
surplun enemy property is received by the Custodian and is
placed by him in his name on deposit or current account at a bank, the interest accruing therefrom shall belong to the Crown and be paid into the
general revenue of the Colony.
(2) The proceeds of German enemy property
collected by the Administrator shall, in so far as they are not distributed in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance, be paid into a special account at the Treasury of the Colony and be used for such purposes as the Governor may
direct.
Commence. 9. This Ordinance shall come into force on a
meant. date to be appointed by the Governor by Proclamation published in the Gazette.
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this day
of 1956.
Clerk of the Council.
OBJECTS AND REASONS.
The objects of this Bill are to provide for the
vesting in an Administrator of German Enemy Property of such German Enemy property in the.
Colony as may be in the hands of the Custodian of Enemy property and for the distribution of the said property in accordance with the terms of the
Bill.
2. The Bill is based on the St. Vincent
Distribution of German Enemyr Property Bill 1953 whicl in turn was based on the United Kingdom Distribution of Gorman Enemy Property Act, 1949 and United Kingdom Statutory Instrument 1951
No. 1899.
3. A Comp-trative Table and a copy of the
St. Vincent Bill are attached.
RANDALL H. LOCKHART,
Attorney tGeneral.




No. of 1956. Distribution of German
Enemy Property.

9 ANTIGUA.

COMPARATIVE TABLE.
S.1. United Kingdom Statutory Instrument 1951 No. 1899.
G.E.P.A. United Kingdom German Enemy Property Act, 1949. St. V. St. Vincent Bill.

Clause Source of legislation
2 Article 2 S. I. Section
8(1) G.E.P.A. Clause 2
St. V.

Comments

Expressions "Germany enemy debt", "German Enemy Property" "German national ", "Germany ", "property" based on definitions in section 8(1) of G.E.P.A.

"relevant time" see "trade debt" see S. I.

St. V.

2(2)(3)(4) Section 8(2)(3)(4) of
G.E.P.A. and Clause
2(2)(3)(4) St. V.
3 Clause 3 St. V.
4 Clause 4 St. V.
5 Clause 5 St. V. and
Article 3 S.I.
6 Clause 6 St. V. and
Article 4 S.1.
7 Clause 7 St. V. and
Article 7 S.I.
8

Verbal modifications
Verbal modifications Verbal modifications Verbal modifications
Verbal modifications
Verbal modifications
See Secretary of State's Circular Saving telegram No. 474/54 of 20th May, Distribution of German Enemy Property.




No, of 1956, Currency Act (An endinent).

ANTIGUA.

No.

of' 1956.

[BILL FOR]
An Ordinance to amend the Currency Act, 1950.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony of Antigua as follows :1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Currency Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1956, and hall be read as one with the Currency Act, 1950, as amended, hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance.
2. After section 7 of the Principal Ordinance the following section to be numbered 7A shall be inserted.
*" 7A. The Board in its discretion may
issue currency notes to the equivalent market value of securities of or guaranteed by any of the participating Governments lodged with the Board at its headquarters at Trinidad as part of such a transaction as is permitted by proviso (a) of paragraph (4) of Article 3 of
the Agreement."

Short title.
L. Is. Acts 4/1950, 1/1951, 20/1955.
New section 7A added to Principal Ordinance.
Board may issue currency notes to value of securities of participating Governments held by it.

A NTTIUA,




ANTIGtIA. 2 Ourrency Act (Amendment) No.

First Schedule 3. Article 3 of the Agreement set out in the to Principal Ordinance is
Ordinance
amended, hereby amended:(a) in paragraph (1) thereof, by inserting immediately after the word which" the
following
"(a) subject to the terms of proviso
(a) to paragraph (4) of this Article,", and
(b) by substituting for paragraph
(4) thereof the following paragraph:"(4) The Fund may be invested in sterling securities of or guaranteed bv the Government of any part of Her Majesty's dominions or of any, territory under Her Majesty's protection or of any territory administered by the Government of any part of Her Majesty's dominions under the trusteeship system of the United Nations or such other securities as the Crown Agents, with the approval of the Secretary of State, may select:
Provided that(a) not more than an amount in dollars equivalent (at the rate of one dollar for four shillings and two pence) to two million five hundred thousand pounds sterling, or such other sum as the Governors of the territories administered by the participating Governments may with the approval of the Secretary of State from time to time jointly prescribe, of the monies in the Fund may at any one time be invested in securities of or guaranteed by the, participating Governments, such securities being in any case as the Board iiay #leot, qvd, if

ort 9 5A.




Vo of 1956. Currency Act (Amendment).

issued in any of the territories administered by any of the participating Governments, to be held by the Board at its headquarters at Trinidad; and
(b) a proportion of the Fund shall be held in London in liquid form and such proportion may be determined and varied from time to time with the approval of the Secretary of State by the Board."
4. The last paragraph of the preamble to Amendment the Principal Ordinance is hereby amnended by of preamble
t o Principal
inserting immediately after the word "Conference" Ordinance. 'the words "as modified with the approval of the Governrneuts of the respective Colonies comprising the Eastern Group of the British Caribbean Colonies"
6. This Ordinance shall not come into Commnc. operation unless and until the Governor notifies ment, by proclamition that it is Her Majesty's pleasure not to disallow the same and thereafter it shall come into operation upon such day as the Governor shall notify by the same or any other proclamation published in the Gazette.
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this day of 1956.

Clerk of the Council,

,3 ANTrIGIA,




ATI!A.4 Currevoy Act (.lmindent) No. of 1956K
OBJECT AND REASONS,
Under the present provisions of the Currency Act no part of the Currency Fund, maintained by the Currency Board for meeting the redemption of currency issued by the Board, may be invested in sterling securities of or guaraA teed by the Governments of any of the territories participating in the unified system of currency operated by the board.
2. The Governments of the territories concerned and the Secretary of State have agreed, however, that there is no longer any objection to the investment, within prescribed limits, of a part of the Currency Fund in such local securities.
3. This Bill seeks therefore to amend the Currency Act so as to permit such investment up to a limit of two million five hundred thousand pounds, which represented twenty per cent. of the monies in the Currency Fund at the 31st December, 1954. This amount may however be revised from time to time by joint action of the Governors of the territories concerned, with the approval of the Secretary of State.
4. Broadly speaking these steps are designed to enable a suitable proportion of the currency backing to be invested in loans raised locally to finance development projects, while at the same time preserving public confidence in the currency itself.
RAN)ALL H. LOCKHART,
Ag. Attorney General.
Printed at the Government Printing Offiee, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by EARL PtuOTT, Acting governmentt Printer-By Authority.
1956,

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No. of 1956. Interlreiation and General Clau, ses (Amendment).
ANTIGUA.

No.

ANTIGUA,

of 1956.

BILL FOR
An Ordinance to amend the Interpretation and
General Clauses Act, 1955.
[ Commencement.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony of Antigua as follows:1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Interpretation and General Clauses Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1956 and shall be read as one with the Interpretation and General Clauses Act, L. Is. Ac 1955, as amended, hereinafter called the Principal "211955, Act. S.t. & 0.

2. (1) Section 2 of the Principal Act is hereby amended by the insertion of the following as subsection (3) of the section:"(3) Wherever in any Act or Ordinance
having effect in the Colony on the first day of July, 1956, the expression 'Governor' ap-

195GINo 22.
Insertion of subsection (3) of section 2 of the Principa Act.




NI'TIGUA. 2 Interpretation and General No. of I O5.
Clauses (Amendment).
pears, save as otherwise expressly provided or implied in such Act, or Ordinance, that; expression shall be taken to include the officer for the time being administering the government of the Colony."
(2) This section shall be deemed to have had
effect as from the 1st day of July, 1956.
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this day
of 1956.

Clerk of the Council.




No. 'of 1958. Interpretation and General 3 ANTIGrA.
Clauses (Amendment).
OBJECTS AND REASONS.
Prior to the 1st day of July, 1956, by virtue of the ,definition of the expression "Governor" in the Interpretation of Laws Act, 1896, as amended, tile powers and duties vested in the Governor under Presidential Ordinances were exercisable by the officer for the time being administering the government of the Presidency.
2. By virtue of the delegation by the Governor to the Administrator under the Delegation of Powers Act, 1937, the powers and duties vested in the Governor which were specified in the Schedule to S.R. & 0. 1954, No. 26 were exercisable by the Administrator.
3. As a result of the repeal of the Interpretation of Laws Act, 1896 and its amendments (which became effective on the 1st day of July, 1956) and of the definition of Governor" contained in the Interpretation and General Clauses Act, 1955 (which, as amended by the Adaptation of Laws Regulations, 1956, has, as from the 1st July, 1956, become the Interpretation of Laws legislation in force in the Colony) the powers and duties mentioned in the preceding paragraphs can no longer be exercised by the Administrator.
4. The object of this Bill is to extend the definition of "Governor" to include the officer administering the Government of the Colony in all legislation having effect on the 1st July, 1956, excepting the Police Act, 1951, as amended, and the Antigua Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1952 and any other legislation where it is clearly intended that references to the Governor" shall be construed to nean the Governor of the Leeward Islands.
RANDALL H. LOCKHART,
Ag. Attorney General.
Printed at the government Printint Office, Antigua, Leeward sIsandi,
by EARL PTOOTT. Acting Govornment Priner.-By Authority 1966

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ANTIGUA. AG,
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDER.
1956, No. 1, ,
The Legislative Council (Remuneration of Election Officers)
Regulations, 1956, made b3 the Governor in Council under section 104 of the Antigua Constitution and
Elections Ordinance, 1951 (No. 10 of 1951),
1. Citation. These Regulations may be cited as the
'Legislative Council (Remuneration of Election Officers)
Regulations, 1956.
2. Interpretation. In these Regulations "the
Ordinance" means the Antigua Constitution and Elections
Ordinance, 1951.
3. Rates of Pay. The following amounts shall be
paid to the election officers hereinafter mentioned for their services in the performance of such duties as may be
assigned to them under the Ordinance:(a) To the Supervisor of Elections ... $60.00
(b) To every Returning Officer of an electoral
district in which the election was
contested ... $40.00
(c) To every Returning Officer of an electoral
'district in which the election was
uncontested 1. $15.00
(d) To (i) the Chief Registering Officer and Registering Officer
St. John's City (North) ... $ 3.00
per day
(ii) the Registering Officers, Autigna ... $50.00 (iii) the Registering Officer, Barbda ... $25.00
(iv) the Assistant Registering Officers,
Antigua ... $20.00
() To every Presiding Officer ... $1,5.()0
(1) To every Poll Clerk $10.00
3?7.2
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(g) Te every Poll Clerk and every witness
tallying at the count of the votes
(h) To every Messenger appointed to collect a
ballot box and election documents

... $4.00
... $1.00

4. Travelling. For travelling in connection with
an election:-(a) Election officers who own cars shall be paid at the rate of
16 cents a mile; and
(b) election officers who do not own cars shall use Government
contract cars.
Made by the Governor in Council this 10th day of July, 1956.
F. A. CLARKE, Clerk of the Council.

Printed at th government Printing Office,. Antigua, l ward IslatiA,
by EARL PIGOTT, Actina Governent Printer. -By Authority.
1956.

[Price 4 cents.

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ANTIGUA. 17 AUG h
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDE
1956, No. 32.
THE PLANT PROTECTION (AMENDMENT NO. 2) REGULATIONS,
1956, DATED JULY 17, 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 as the
Plant Protection (Amendment No. 2) Regulations, 1956, and shall be read as one with the Plant Protection Regulations 1951 (S. R. & O. 1951, No. 5) as amended, hereinafter called the Principal Regulations.
2. Amendment. Regulation 3 of the Plant Protection (Amendment) Regulations, 1956 (S.RI. & O. No. 30 of 1956) which amends the Second Schedule to the Principal
Regulations shall be deemed always to have had effect as if(a) for the bracketed letters (b) and (d) in the second
line of paragraph (1) there had been substituted the
bracketed letters (i) and (j) respectively, and
(b) for the bracketed letter (A) in the second line of
paragraph (2) there had been substituted the bracketed
letter (k).
Made by the Governor in Council this 17th day of July,
1956.
F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigia, Leeward Islands,
by EAnfRL P1i', Acting (-ovwrinment Printer.--By Authority.
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