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Group Title: Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette.
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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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.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076853
Volume ID: VID00025
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

Table of Contents
    Main
        Page 101
        Page 102
        Page 103
        Page 104
        Page 105
    Antigua, Bill: Workmen's Compensation (Amendment) Ordinance, 1956
        Page A-1
    Imperial Legislation (Statutory Instrument), No. 1882 of 1956: Supplies and Services (Continuance) Order 1956.
        Page B-1
    Imperial Legislation (Statutory Instrument), No. 1887 of 1956: Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Colonies, etc.) Order in Council, 1956
        Page C-1
        Page C-2
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 44 of 1956: Rules of the Supreme Court (Crown Proceedings) (Amendment) Rules, 1956
        Page D-1
        Page D-2
        Page D-3
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 46 of 1956: Willikies Village Extension Scheme
        Page E-1
        Page E-2
        Page E-3
        Page E-4
        Page E-5
        Page E-6
        Page E-7
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 70 of 1956: Legislative Council (Remuneration of Election Officers) (Amendment) Regulations, 1956
        Page F-1
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 71 of 1956: Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions) Order, 1956
        Page G-1
        Page G-2
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 39 of 1956: Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions) Order, 1956
        Page H-1
        Page H-2
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 39 of 1956: Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions) Order, 1956
        Page I-1
        Page I-2
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THE ~^

ANTIGUA, MONTSERR

AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.

published by ciuthority.


THURSDAY, GTH DECEMBER, 1956.


No. 25


Notices.

Sugar Cess Rehabilitation Fund
Committee.
The Governor in Council has been
pleased to make the following
appointments to the Sugar Cess
Rehabilitation Fund Committee:
The Director of Agriculture,
M. Park, Esq., O.B.E., Chairman.
J. R. A. Mc Donald, Esq., M.B.E.
J. M. Watson, Esq.
F. H. S. Warneford, Esq.
Hon. E. E. Williams.
R. Mendes, Esq.

2. The Committee is appointed
for a term of two years with effect
from 20th November, 1956, and will
advise the Administrator in connec-
tion with the management and con-
trol of the Sugar Cess Rehabilitation
Fund.
Administrator's OPfice,
Anti u a.
30th Nov'enbrr, 1956.
Ref. No. A. 9/41

RETAIL PRICES OF RICE.
A new Rice Agreement between
the Government of Antigua and the
Government of British Guiana came
into effect on 1st October, 1956, as
a result of which there have been
slight reductions in the wholesale
prices of all grades of rice and a fair
reduction in the retail price of
Second Quality rice.

As from 30th November, 1956,
until further notice, rice will be
retailed at the following prices:


Super Quality
First Quality
Second Quality


16c. per lb.
15c. ,
13c.


Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
1st December, 1956.
Ref. No. A.27/5--i.


The Administrator of Montserrat
has made the following appointment
under section 3 of the Marriage Ordi-
nance, 1921, (Montserrat No. 6 of
1921):-
The Reverend C. J. Quashie to be a
Marriage Officer with effect from the
28th Noember, 1956.

-a,7 7
&-a1 z


No. 47.
Appointments and transfers etc.,
in the public service, with effect from
the dates stated, are published for
general infor mation:-

Arthurton, Miss L. A. A., Junior Clerk,
Administrator's Office, Montserrat,
transferred Junior Clerk, Legal
Department. Sept. 1
M.E. 34 k

Browne, Dr. R. E, appointed Senior
Medical Officer and Medical Officer,
District II, Montserrat. May 1
M.E. '45.

Cabey, Mr. G. R. E., Junior Clerk,
Administrator's Office, Montserrat,
to be Senior Clerk, Administrator's
Office. Nov. 22
M.E. 318.

Caines, Mr. A. A., Principal, Treasury,
Montserrat, transferred as Assistant
Accountant (Income Tax), Treas-
ury, Antigua. Nov. 22
M.E. 179.
Cassell, Miss T. V, to be Junior Clerk,
on probation-Office of the Assist-
ant Superintendent of Police,
Montserrat. Nov. 1
M.E. 445.
Edgecombe, Miss M. L, temp. Junior
Clerk, Librarian, appointed non-
graduate Secondary School Assist-
ant (Woman), Montserrat.
Sept. 10
M.E. 426.

Ferrance, Mr. E. T. E. W., Certified
Teacher, Class III, Primary Educa-
tion, Montserrat. transferred, non-
graduate, Secondary School Assist-
ant (Man) Montserrat. Sept. .
M.E. .101.

Howes, Mr. J. K., to be Agricultural
Assistant, Grade IIIB, Montserrat.
Jan. 1
M.E. 325.

Jones, M.B.E., Dr. W. B. R., retired
Senior Medical Officer, Montserrat.
Re-appointed on contract as Medi-
cal Officer, District I, Montserrat.
May 1
M.E. 178-II.

Jullion, M.A. (Cantab), Mr. S. E. T.,
Secondary School Assistant, (Grad-
uate (Man), Montserrat, trans-
ferred as Graduate Master (Physics),
Queen's Royal College, Trinidad,
with retrospective effect from 2nd
May, 1955.
M.E. 238.


Lewis, Mr. J. D., Senior Clerk, Treasury,
Montserrat, to be Principal, Treas-
ury, Montserrat. Nov. 22
M.E. 215.

Meade, Mr. J. P., Senior Clerk, Public
Works Department, Montserrat, to
act Superintendent of Public
Works, Montserrat. Nov. 1
M.E 3:.

O'Garra, Mrs. C. E.. non-graduate
Secondary School Assistant, trans-
ferred, Junior Clerk, Administra-
tor's Office, Montserrat. Sept. 1
M E. 61.

Piper, Miss C. 0. I., Junior Clerk,
Customs, Antigua, transferred
Junior Clerk, Administrator's
Office, Montserrat. Nov. 23
M.E. 446.

Piper, Miss F. W. C., to be Junior
Clerk, Post Office, Montserrat with
effect from 1st January, 1956,
transferred Junior Clerk, Treasury,
Montserrat. May 1
M.E. :94.

Piper, Miss C. 0., Non-graduate
Secondary School Assistant, Mont-
serrat, appointment terminated.
June 30
M.E. 2S3.

Piper, Mr. W. A., Agric. Probationer,
Montserrat, to be Junior Clerk,
Public Works Department, Mont-
serrat, on probation. Nov. 1
M.E. 3(i63.

Prosper, Mr. M. M., Senior Clerk, Ad-
ministrator's Office, Montserrat,
transferred Senior Clerk, Treasury
Department, Montserrat. Nov. 22
M.E. 4u9.

Reynolds, Mrs. A. F., Junior Clerk,
Assistant Superintendent of Police's
Office, Montserrat, to be Senior
Clerk, Agricultural Department,
(Government Marketing Depot)
Montserrat. Nov. 1
M.E. 90.
Skerritt, Mr. J. T., Junior Clerk, Public
Works Department, Montserrat, tc
be Senior Clerk, Audit Depart-
ment, Montserrat. Nov. 1
M.E 389.

Taylor, Mr. A. McP., Assistant Adminis-
trative Secretary, Medical Depart-
ment, Antigua, seconded as Mar-
keting Officer, Montserrat for seven
months in the first instance.
Nov. 16
K. 1/123.


VOL. I.









102 TilE \ANTIGll.\, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE


Teisheira, Mr. J. P., Foreman of Works,
Monteerrat, to be Senior Foreman
of Works, Public Works Depart-
ment, Montserrat. Jan. 1
M.E. 4S.

Walczak, Dr. Z. P., appointed Medical
Superintendent, Glendon Hospital,
Montserrat, and Medical Officer,
District III, Montserrat. May 1
I.E. E;88.
No. 48.

The following Bill which is to be
introduced into the Legislative Council
of Antigua, is circulated with this
Gazette and forms part thereof:-
"The Workmen's Compensation
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1956."

No. 49

The following Imperial Legislation
and Statutory Rules and Orders are
circulated with this Gazette and form
part thereof:-
IMPERIAL LEGISLATION

1956 No. 1882 "The Supplies and
Services (Continuance) Order 1956."
1pp. Price 3 cts.
1956 No. 1887 "The Emergency
Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Col-
onies, etc.) Order in Council, 1956."
2pp Price 4c.
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.

Antigua.

No. 44 of 1956 The Rules of the
Supreme Court (Crown Proceedings)
(Amendment) Rules, 1956."
3pp Price 6c.
No. 46 of 1956, "The Willikies
Village Extension Scheme."
7pp Price 10c.
No. 70 of 1956, "The Legislative
Council (Remuneration of Election
Officers) (Amendment) Regulations
1956. Ipp Price 3c.

No. 71 of 1956, "The Emergency
Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions) Or-
der 1956." 2pp Price 4c.
Montserrat.
No. 39 of 1956, "The Emergency
Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions) Or-
der, 1956." 2pp Price 4c.
Virgin Islands.
No. 39 of 1956, "The Emergency
Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions) Or-
der, 1956. 2pp Price 4c.


Control of Imports & Exports
Notice No. 3 of 1956

Imports in 1957 under 1956 Licence


Importers are hereby notified that
no further licences will be issued for
the importation of goods for 1956,
after 30th November, 1956, except in
very special circumstances.


All goods subject to import quotas
which arrive after 31st December,
1956, or which are paid for after that
date, will count against quotas for
1957 although such goods have been
ordered against 1956 quotas. Im-
porters are therefore advised to reserve
a sufficient portion of their 1957
quotas to cover expected arrivals in
1957 under 1956 licences.

To ensure continuity of supplies,
steps are being taken to issue quotas
for 1957 at an early date and importers
should now submit applications for
importation in 1957.

Import licences against 1956 Token
Import Scheme quotas will be granted
up to the 31st December, 1956. These
licences will be valid for goods arriv-
ing in the Colony not later than
31st March, 1957.

J. R. A. McDonald,
Collector of Customs,
& Supply Officer.


Town & Country

Planning Regulations, 1953

Regulations Nos. 9(3) and 17(3)


NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 8th day of October, 1956, a resolu-
tion adopting draft schemes in relation
to the areas set out in the maps
herein referred to was passed by the
Central Authority.

A certified copy of the said draft
schemes and of the maps herein
referr-d to have been deposited at the
office of the Central Authority, High
Street, St. John's, and will be open
for inspection without payment of
fee between the hours of 10 a.m., and
3 p.m., daily (except on Saturdays
when the hour will be 10 a.m. to
11.30 a.m.).

Any representations or objections
thereto should be sent in writing to
the Secretary and Executive Officer,
Central Authority, High Street, St.
John's, within thirty days from the
date of this notice.

Description of the Areas:-

(1) Open Space.
Lands at Half Moon Bay Area for-
merly part of Sherriff's Estate com-
prising of approximately 14.5 acres,
bounded as follows, that is to say
on the North by Mill Reef Properties,
on the East, by public road to Mill
Reef. on the South by public road to
Half Moon Bay and on the West by
Sherriff's Estate.

(2) General Recreation Purposes.

Lands at Half Moon Bay Area
formerly part of Sherriff's Estate
comprising of approximately 19 acres,
bounded as follows, that is to say on


the Nthl and East ly Miill lhI.e
Properties, on the South by Half
Moon Bay amn on the West by public
road to Mill Reef.
Clarence Simon,
Secretary &i Executive Officer.
Central Authority.
The Draft Resolution Above Referred To
BE IT RESOLVED that the Cen-
tral Authority under Section 5(1)(b)
of the Town and Country Ordinance,
1948 (No. 4 of 1948) hereby decide
to prepare Schemes in resp, ct of
portions of land in the Half Moon
Bay area i.e., North of the public
road and that it be reserved as an open
space and on the South of the road
for General Recreational Purposes, in
the Colony of Antigua.

Dated this 8th day of October, 1956.

Clarence Simon,
Secretary & Executive Officer
Central Authority
C.H.A.P.A.,
High Street,
St. John's,
26th November, 1956.

TENDER
Tenders are invited for the making
of uniforms for Petty Officers for the
year 1957 as follows:-

In Khaki drill for petty officers-
(a) Tunic and trousers
(b) Khaki shirt with short sleeves
and pocket of each breast
with flap to button.
(c) Khaki trousers
(d) Khaki shorts
(c) Khaki Overalls

In blue serge and cotton duck for
boatmen-
(a) Blue serge jumper and trous-
ers
(b) Blue serge trousers only
(c) Cotton duck juniper and
trousers
Tender should also make quota-
tions for-
(a) Blue Denim Overalls
(b) Blue Denim Trousers
(c) Blue Denim Shirts

The Government will supply the
necessary drill, serge, or duck, also
badges and official buttons for tunics.
All other materials are to be supplied
by the contractor. Prices are to in-
clude the cost of affixing badges to
tunics or jumpers.

Tenders should be in sealed envel-
opes addressed to His Honour the
Administrator and marked "Tender
for Uniforms". Tenders should
reach this Office by 4 p.m. on Friday
the 14th December, 1956.

The Government does not bind it-
self to accept the lowest or any
tender.

If the delivery of uniforms is
delayed fora period exceeding four
weeks after the date of receipt of the


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December 6, 1956] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 103


material, or uniforms are unsatisfac-
torily tailored, Government reserves
the right to cancel the contract on
giving one week's notice in writing.

By Order,
BRUCE GLOADE,
for Clerk to the Administrator.

Administ ator's Office,
Antigua.
20th November, 1956.
Ref. No. A. 41/32


TENDER

Tenders are hereby invited for the
transport by motor car of public offi-
cers travelling on duty for the year
ending 31st December, 1957.
S2. Such tenders should be in
respect of single journey from the
place where the public officer enters
the car to the place at which he
leaves it (i.e. so much a mile for the
single journey) and charge for wait-
ing, if any, should be stated. Pro-
vided that where the officer enters or
leaves the car outside the City limits
a charge may be made for the
distance between that point and
St. John's.

3. Government will not be pre-
cluded from hiring seats for public
officers in public service vehicle
which would otherwise be proceeding
to the officer's destination where this
will result in any economy e.g., for
customs officers going to Coolidge
Airfield on duty in a car hired or
used by the Airline Agents.

4. Government reserves the right
to hire or use cars, or seats in cars,
other thin the contractor's cars, for
public officers proceeding on duties
connected with the Customs or rev-
enue.

5. Government does not bind it-
self to accept 'the lowest or any
tender.

6. The Contractor will be expected
to provide prompt and efficient
service and any agreement entered
into with a contractor will be subject
to the following conditions:-

(i) The Contractor shall when-
ever required furnish a car.
(ii) If due notice of the require-
ment of a car has been given
and failing any satisfactory
explanation the Contractor's
car arrives more than five
minutes after the required
time Government shall have
the right to deduct a penalty
not exceeding 10/- from any
of the sums due and owing
to the Contractor.
(iii) In the event of the Con-
tractor's car being more than
15 minutes late after the
required time Government
may cancel the contract on


giving the Contractor one
week's notice in writing.
(iv) Government shall also have
the right to terminate the
contract on giving one week's
notice in writing if the
service is generally unre-
liable through repeated un-
punctually, defective cars or
other cause.
7. The Tender should state the
number of cars to be at the disposal
of Government.
8. All tenders should be addressed
to the Administrator in a sealed en-
velope marked "Tender for Official
Transport" and should be lodged at
the Administrator's Office not later
than 4 p.m. oh Friday, 14th Decem-
ber, 1956.
By Order,
Bruce Gloade,
for Clerk to thr Administrator.
Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
20th November, 1956.

TENDERS
Tenders are invited for the supply
of the undermentioned items to
Government departments in Antigna
for the period 1st January to 31st
December, 1957.

All tenders must be addressed to
the Administrator of Antigua in
sealed envelopes marked Tender
for the Supply of Petrol and Diesel
Oil and Lubricating Oil" and deliver-
ed to the Administrator's Office not
later than 4 o'clock on Friday the
14th day of December, 1956.

Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender:-
Petrol
Diesel Oil
Lubricating Oil.
Bruce Gloade,
for Acting Administrator.
Administrator's Office,
Antigna.
23rd November, 1956.
Ref. No. PWC 41/36
Windward Islands & Leeward
Islands Court of Appeal.
With reference to the Notice pub-
lished in the Antigu:i, Montserrat and
Virgin Islands Gazette of the 15th
November, 1956, concerning a sitting
of the Court of Appeal for the Wind-
ward Islands and Leeward Islands,
it is notified for general information
that His Lordship the Chief Justice
has directed that the date of the sit-
ting of the sail Court should be
changed from Monday the 10th
December to Wednesday the 12th
December, 1956.
All persons concerned should
govern themselves accordingly.

By Order,
CECIL 0. BYRON,
Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
St. John's,
19th November, 1956.


ANTIGUA.

The Registration of United
Kingdom Patents Act, 1925.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that BIOCHEMIE GESELLSCHAFT
mit BESCHRANKTER HAFTUNG
of Kundl, Tyrol, Austria, have applied
for registration of United Kingdom
Patent No. 734232 dated the 22nd
day of April, 1953, and issued the
16th November, 1955, and have filed
at the Registrar's Office, at the Court
House, St. John's, Antigua, a com-
plete copy of the specifications and
the Certificate of the Comptroller
General of the United Kingdom
Patent Office giving full particulars
of this Patent which will be open to
public inspection at the said office at
any time between the hours of 9.00
a.m. and 3.30 p.m. on working days
except on Saturdays when the hours
will be from 9.00 a.m. to 12 noon.

Any person may within two months
from the date of this advertisement
give notice to the Registrar of opposi-
tion to the issue of a certificate of
registration upon any of the grounds
prescribed in Section 10 of the
Patents Act, 1906, for opposition to
the grant of Letters Patent.

Dated the 15th day of November,
1956.

Cecil 0. Byron,
Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
Court House,
St. John's, Antigua.


ANTIGUA.


The Registration of United Kingdom
Patents Act, 1925

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
PFIZER CORPORATION of Avenida
Central 14.132, Colon, Republic of
Panama, have applied for registration
in Antigua of United Kingdom Patent
No 747,779 dated the 6th day of
October, 1953, and issued on the 1st
day of August, 1956, and have filed at
the Registrar's Office at the Court
House, St. John's, Antigua, a complete
copy of the specifications and the Cer-
tificate of the Comptroller General of
the United Kingdom Patent Office
giving full particulars of this patent
which will be open to public inspec-
tion at the said office at any time
between the hours of 9.00 a. m. and
3.30 p. m. on working days except
on Saturday when the hours will be
from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon.

Any person may within two months
from the date of this advertisement
give notice to the Register of opposi-
tion to the issue of a Certificate of
registration upon any of the grounds
prescribed in Section 10 of the Patents
Act, 1906, for opposition to the grant
of Letters Patent.










104 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [December 6, 1S56


Dated the 8th day of November,
1956.

CECIL 0. BYRON,
Registrar,

Registrar's Office,
CoaIrt House,
St. John's, Antigua.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 29th October, 1956.

BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO
COMPANY LIMITED of Westmins-
ter House, 7, Millbank, London, S.W.,
E,'iulandhave applied for Registration
of four Trade Marks consisting of
the following:-

(1)


(4)


in Class 45 that is to say: Tobacco
whether manufactured or unmanu-
factured.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Marks 1, 2,
3 & 4 in respect of the said goods
for 53, 53, 48 & 53 years respec-
tively before the date of their said
Application.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, M.mtserrat & Virgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.
CECIL O. BYRON,
Registrar of Trade Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 29th October, 1956.

E. R. HOWARD LIMITED of
76/77 Gamage Buildings, 118 Holborn,
London, E.C., have applied for Regis-
tration of Two Trade Marks con-
sisting of the following:-

(1)

TOPP8


in2 Class 50 that is to say: Cleaning
and polishing preparations.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Marks
in respect of the said goods for
2 years before the date of their said
Application.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Mototserrat & Virgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.
CECIL 0. BYRON,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRAFFIC NOTICE.
The Vehicles & Road Traffic
Ordinance, 1946.
By virtue of the powers conferred
on me in Section 2 of the Vehicles
and Road Traffic Ordinance 1946
(No. 5 of 194G), I hereby fix the
period herennder for the lighting of
vehicles.
Until further notice the lighting
period of vehicles shall be from 5.40
p.m. to 5.55 a.m.

20th Nov. 1956. E. M. V. JAMES,
Traffic Commissioner.
Ref. No. 36/00007

RAINFALL FIGUPFR
Central Experiment Station
n, tigua.


Month. 1952. 19.53. 1951. 1955.
Jan. 2.41 1.93 3.04 2.16
Feb. 1.60 1.02 2.45 .68
Mar. 1.(;2 5.(60 1.08 .83
April 3.14 2.06 .49 1.75
May 3.07 1.50 3.83 2.81
June 5.74 1.31 3.32 1.47
July 8.38 3.20 3.47 2.13
August 8.43 3.15 5.93 8.25
Sept. 5.55 2.10 9.91 5.59
October 5.19 .85 4.62 5.60
November 5.19 5.24 1.54 2.19
To Ist Dec. .20 .00 .00 .14
50.52 27.96 39.68 33.60


1956.
5.15
1.23
1.40
3.83
2.58
5,72
4.29
5.57
2.10
6.58
3.34
.00
41.79


Control of Imports & Exports
Notice No. 4 of 1956

Import Quota Allocations


Importers are requested to submit
applications for 1957 quota allocations
under the following heads not later
than 15th December, 1956.

(a) Cotton Textiles from U.S.A.,
or Canada,

(b) U.S. Token Scheme,

(c) Japanese Textiles.

J. R. A. McDonald,
Collector of Customs
& Supply Officer.
Ref. A 65/7-IV.

PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 6th December, 1956.

NOTICE is hereby given that there
will be sold on the various premises
in the City of Saint John hereafter
named on Thursday the 27th day of
December, 1956 at 12 o'clock noon,
the lands and tenements belonging to
the persons whose names are set here-
under, the said premises having been
levied upon to satisfy the City Rate
due thereon for the year 1956:-
Alfred Peters Street
Gwendolyn Simon
St. John's Street
Francis Samuel
Bishopgate Street
Elizabeth Robinson, Walter H.
Hewlett, William Parker
North Street
John Ramsay, Charles Ramsay,
Elsina Ramsay
Market Street
John Nascimento
Long Street
Maria S. Queeley
Cecil 0. Byron,
Provost Marshal.


PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
ANTIGUA,
22nd November, 1956.
Notice is hereby given that there
will be sold on the various premises
in the City of Saint John hereafter
named on Thursday the 20th day of
December, 1956 at 12 o'clock noon,
the lands and tenements belonging to
the persons whose names are set out
hereunder, the said premises having
been levied upon to satisfy the City
Rate due thereon for the year 1956:-

Dickensonbay Street.
Alfred Simon, John Lucas, Kenneth
Murdoch, Ickford Winter.

St. George's Street.
Albertha Philip.









December 6, 1956 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 105


St. John's Street.
Est. of Henrietta Brown, Ann
Martin, Charles Isaac, Ellen John,
Nathaniel James, Charlotte Mathurin,
Victoria James, Audrey Roberts,
Howard O'Neal, Alfred Simon, John
Harris, Est. of D. Benjamin, Wilfred
Weathland, George James.
Bishopgate Street.
George H. Joseph, Selina Billing-
hurst, Leonard Thompson, Henrietta
John, William H. John, Heirs of
Albert Barnard, Jane Ann Wilson,
Ellen Gurnes, Theophilus Bird.
North Street.
Heirs of David Peters, Henry
Edwards.
Newgate Street.
Samuel A. .Joseph, Iola Mannix,
Waiter Matthew.
Wapping Street.
Ernest Martin, Henry Edwards.
Church Street.
Gwen & P. Jordan, Est. of J. H.
Moore.
Wapping Lane.
Albertha Philip, Samuel Lavis-
count, Benjamin Lowen.
Popeshead Street.
Adolphus Reynolds, Ellen Gumes,
'George Samuel.
Bishopgate Alley.
Est. of T'homns Foey, Thomas
-Augustine.
St. John's Lane.
Est. of Sarah Jam. s.

Hawkins Street.
George Alexander, Theo Mannix.

Hood Street.
Agnes Matthew, Brunella Benjamin,
-Joshua Thomas, James H. King.
Fort Road.
Arthur Roberts, Joseph Thomas,
Neville Weston, Basil Saunders, Pearl
Hutchinson, Cecil Kendall, Charles
Brown, Edna May Hurst, Ernie
oRomeo, M. O'Mard.
Long Street.
George McA n drew.
Reddiffe Street.
Benjamin Lowen.
South Street.
Joseph H. Martin.

Cecil 0. Byron,
Provost Marshal.


MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLY

Press Notice (reference TP 40/83)
of 3rd July, 1956 notified the enact-
ment of the Plant Protection (Amend-
ment) Regulations, 1956, No. 32,
prohibiting the importation into Anti-
gua of fresh fruit and vegetables
from the U.S.A. as a result of the
outbreak of a Mediterrean Fruit Fly
infestation in the State of Florida.
In recent weeks it has been possible
to review the situation and to relax
the import restrictions.

2. Accordingly, under the Plant
Protection Regulations, 1956, No. 68,
made by the Governor in Council on
13th November, 1956, fresh fruit and
vegetables may now be imported from
the U.S.A. excluding the State of
Florida. Each consignment must
however be accompanied by a certifi-
cate of origin from the U.S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture stating-

(a) that it was not grown in the
State of Florida; and

(b) that it is shipped from a port
other than a port in the State
of Florida and routed other
than via the State of Florida.
Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
22nd November, 1956.
Ref. No. TP 40183.


It is hereby notified for general
information that a Detailed Housing
Survey of Antigua will be carried out
by the Central Housing and Planning
Authority for the purpose of future
planning in the housing development
of the island.

This survey will entail the giving
of certain information by house-
holders, and it is hoped that full

co-operation and the necessary assist-
ance will be given by the public to
the officers carrying out the survey.


The survey will commence on or
about Monday, 3rd December, 1956.


Clarence Simon,
Secretary 3 Executive Ofjicer
Central Authority.
C.H.A.P.A.
High Street,
St. John's,
27th November, 1956.



COTTON BONUS, 1956.


It is hereby notified for general
information that a final payment of
1.88 cents per lb. for Stained Seed
Cotton, and 9.45 cents per lb for
Clean Seed Cotton will be distributed
to all Cotton Growers who sold their
crops to Government in 1956.

Payments will be made in the
following order, commencing Mon-
day 10th December, 1956.

Monday 10th & Tuesday 11th-

St. John's Parish
St. George's Parish
St. Mary's Parish
Wednesday 12th & Thursday 13th-

St. Paul's Parish
Friday 14th & Saturday 15th-

St. Phillip's Parish
St. Peter's Parish.
All persons entitled to payments
are asked to call at the Peasant
Development Office with their Cotton
Vendors Books on the days allotted
to them.


Peasant Development Ofice,
Antigua.
4th December, 1956.

Ref. A. 1/98.


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SUPPLIES AND SERN .

The Supplies and Services (Contin 0

Made ... ... 29th XNovember, 1': .5.

Latid/ bfobre Purliamentl ... 5/h December, 1956

Cooinng into Operation ... .,1: December, 1956

At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 29th day of November, 1956.

Present

The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council

Wheaeas by section eight of the Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers)
Act 1915, the said Act was limited to expire on the tenth day of December,
nineteen hundred and fifty, five years after the passing thereof, unless continued
in force under that section:

And Whereas by Orders in Council, made under that section the said Act was
continued in force until the tenth day of December, nineteen hundred and fifty six:

And Whereas it is provided by that section that if an Address is presented to
Her Majesty by each House of Parliament praying that the.said Act should be
S continued in force for a further period of one year from the time at which it
would otherwise expire, Her Majesty may by Order in Council direct that it shall
continue in force for that further period:

And Whereas such an Address has been presented to Her Majesty by each
House of Parliament as aforesaid:

Now, therefore, Her Majesty, in pursuance of the said section eight and of all
other powers enabling Her in that behalf, is pleased by and with the advice of Ier
Privy Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:-

1. The Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers) Act, 1945. which would
otherwise expire on the tenth day of December, nineteen hundred and fifty six,
shall continue in force for a further period of one year until the tenth day of
December, nineteen hundred and fifty seven.

2. This Order may be cited as the Supplies and Services (Continuance) Order
1956, and shall come into operation on the 9th day of December, nineteen hundred
and fifty six."
W. G. AGNEW.
The Officer Administering
The Government of the
Leeward Islands.



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STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS


1956 No. 1887

EMERGENCY LAWS
COLONIES, ETC.

The Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Colonies, etc.)
Order in Council, 1956
.1/.i ... .,, 29th Noiember, 1956.

At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 29th day of November, 1956

Present,

The Queen's Most Excellent Maietv in Council

Whereas section eighteen of the Emergency Laws (Transitional Provisions)
Act, 1946 (a) (hereinafter called the Act of 1'i l. ") as amended by section eight
of the Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1947 (b (hereinafter called
"the Act of 1947 "). enabled provision to be made by Order in Concil for the con-
tinuation in force until the tenth (lay of December, !::i."I. of Defence Regulations
having effect in Colonies and other territories, and provision was so made by the
Emergency Laws (Transitional Provisions) (Colonies, etc.) Order in Council, 1946
(c) (hereinafter called the Order of 1'., I ") and the Emergency Liws (Miscellane-
ous Provisions) ((olonies. itc.) Order in Council, 1947 () :

And Whereas Article 3 of the Emergency Laws (Continuance) Order, 1956 (e)
(hereinafter called the Order of I' :..; "), made on the 29th day of November, '..:ii,
in pursuance of the Act of 1947 provides that the powers exercisable, under section
eighteen of the Act of 1946 shall be exercisable, ini relation to any Defence Regula-
tions remaining in force by virtue of the said section eighteen and Article 3 of the
Emer,-'.-i,. Laws (Continuance) Order, I 1.5' (/), made when the Order of 1:i'.i; was
made, as if, in the said section eighteen as amended by section eight of the Act of 1947
for the reference to the tenth day of December, I'.'II, there were substituted a
reference to the 10th day of December, 1957:

Now, therefore, Her Majesty, in pursuance of section eighteen of the Act of
1946 and Article 3 of the Order of 1956 and of all other powers enabling Her in
that behalf, is pleased, by and with the advice of Hier Privy Council, to order, and
it is hereby ordered, as follows:-

1. This Order may be cited as the Emergency Laws (Mi-.eila,,eous
Provisions) (Colonies, etc.) Order in Council, 1956.

2. The Governor of any territory mentioned in the Schedule to this Order
may by order provide:-

(a) for the continuation in force until the tenth day of December,
1957, of any Defence Regulations, being Defence Regulations in
force in the territory at the date of the making of the Order of
S 1956 by virtue of section eighteen of the Act of 1946 and Article
S "/ 3 of the Emergency Laws (Continuance) Order, 1955;












(b) that any Defence Regulations so continued in force shall have
effect subject to such exceptions, limitations and modifications as
the Governor thinks necessary or expedient.

3. The provisions of section two, subsection (2) of section three, section four
and section five of the Order of 1946 shall have i n!, -t in relation to this Order, and
to Defence Regulations continued in force under this Order, as they have, I1 .-1 in
relation to the Order of 1946, and to Defence Regulations continued in force under
that Order.

W. G. AGNEW.


SCHEDULE

Bahamas.

Cyprus.

Jamaica (including Turks and Caicos Islands and the Cayman Islands).

Kenya (Colony and Protectorate).


Leeward Islands:-


Antigua.


Montserrat.

St. Christopher Nevis and Anguilla.

Virgin Islands.

Trinidad and Tobago. "


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ANTIGUA.
STATUTORY !RULES AND ORI)ERS.
1956, 1-, 44.

S iPEME.lM COUHT P(C,,'' PRO(< i .DINGS)
The Rules of the Supii .- Court (Crown Proceedings)
(Amendment) Rules. yIr,,, made by the Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands with the approval of the Governor of
the Windward Islands and the Governor of the Leeward
Islands under the authority of section 16 of the Leeward
Islands and Windward Islands (Courts) Order in Coun-
oil, 1939, and pursuant to section 29 of the Crown
Proceedings Ordinance, 1954 (No. 19/1954).

1. Short Title. Th-s Rlules h niy be cited as the
Rules of the Supreme Court (Crown Proceedings) (Amend-
ment) Rules, 1956. and shall be read as one with the Rules of
the Supreme Court (Crown Proceedings) 1955 (Leeward Islands
General Government S.R. & 0. 1955 No. 43) and with the
Rules of the Supreme Co(urt, 1;:(7., as aica ndfed, and shall be
used in conjunction with the Rules of the Supreme Court of
Judicature of England as extended to tih Coloiy by section 26
of the Supreme Court Act, 1'3y' (No. 2U/1 zi.''.) as amended.
-. Amendment of Rules of the Supreme
Court (Crown Proceedings) 1955. The following
amendments are hereby made to the Rules of the Supreme
Court (Crown Proceedings) 1955:-
(a) Rule 2 is amended by the substitution of the
following definition for the defiintio of the expression
the Ordinance appearing therein-
"the Ordinance" means the Crown 1'roceioiing:s
Ordin-o,, 1954 (No. 19/1954);
(b) Rule 3 is amended b.y the deletion of the words
"in each Presidency appearing in sub-paragraph (a),
and the words in any Presidency appearing in sub-
paragraph (c), of paragraph 1 of Order 1A;
(r) Rule 8 is amended by the substitution of the
following sub-paragraphs for sub-paragranphs (ii) and (iii)
/X respectively of paragraph (d) thereof-
(ii) the Attorney General or a solicitor act-
ing for the Crown; or

AC~lz .Y










(iii) an officer duly authorised by the Attor-
ney General or a solicitor acting for
the Crown ;":
(d) RIle 9 is anelnded by the substitution of the
following sub-paragraphs for sub-paragraphs (b) and (c)
respectively of paragraph (1) of rnle 1 A-

"(b) the Attorney General or a solicitor
acting for the Crown; or
(c) an officer duly authorized by the
Attorney General or a solicitor acting for the
Crown ; ";
(e) Rule 12 is amended-

(a) by the deletion in paragraph (2) of
Rule 3A of the words in the name of the
Crown Attorney, or in the case of the Presi-
dency of the Virgin Islands," ; and
(b) by the deletion in paragraph (4) of
Rule 3A of the words "otherwise than as
is mentioned in paragraph (3) and the
substitution therefore of the words "in the
name of the Attorney General" ;

(f) Rule 15 is amended by the deletion in paragraph
(3) of the words Where an order has been made and
all the words following thereafter down to and including
the words pursuant to Order V Rule 13 and the sub-
stitution.therefor of the following:-
Where an Order has been made for the trans-
fer to the Supreme Court of a suit pursuant to
section 13 of the Summary Jurisdiction Act or
where proceedings instituted against the Crown in
a Magistrate's Court have been removed, into the
Supreme Court pursuant to section 15 of the
Ordinance the following provisions shall apply:-
(a) in the case of a transfer to the Supreme
Court pursuant to section 13 of the Summary
Jurisdiction Act, the provisions of that section;
and
(b) in the case of a removal of proceedings
into th,- Supreme Court from a Magistrate's
Court pursuant to section 15 of the Ordinance










the Magistrate shall transmit a copy of the
record of the proceedings in his court certified
by him to the proper officer of the Supreme
Court who shall give notice to all parties that
the proceedings will be heard in the Supreme
Court and that the defendant is required to
enter the appearance provided for in the
following paragraph. The said proper officer
shall file the said record and make an entry of
the filing thereof in the Cause Book and shall
distinguish the action in the manner in which
actions are now distinguished in the Cause
Book of the Supreme Court pursuant to
Order V Rule 13.";

(g) Rule 17 is amended by the deletion of the words
the Crown Attorney, or in the case of the Presidency of
the Virgin Islands,".

Made by the Chief Justice this 20th day of August, 1956.

DONALD JACKSON.
Chief Jnsticc.


Approved by the Governor of the Windward Islands this
24th day of August, 1956.

C. M. DEVERELL,
Governor.

Approved by the Governor of the Leeward Islands this
29th !day of August, 1956.

K. W. BLACKBURNE,
governorr.







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ANTIG UA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 46.


THE WILLIKIES VILLAGE EXTENSION SCHEME, MADE BY THE
CENTRAL AUTHORITY AN) APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR
IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 6 OF THI TOWN AND
COUNTRY PLANNING ORDINANCE, 1948 (No. 4 OF 1948).


1. Designation of Scheme. The Scheme set out
hereunder shall be designated the \\ illkii, Village Extension
Scheme.

2. Area of Scheme. The provision of the scheme
shall apyl' to all that area of land comprising of 15.596
acres delineated and defined on a map or plan prepared by
E. A. Govia Licensed Surveyor on the 2:rth June, 1954,
which said land was formerly part of Comfort Hall Estate and
is bounded as follows that is to say on the North by Private
lands on the East by Crown lands and on the South and West
by lands of Comfort Hall Estate.
3. Object of Scheme. To provide plots to relieve
congestion of villages
4. Development of Land. Save as may be
permitted by the terms of an order made under the provisions
of section 22 (1) of the Town and Country Planning Ordinance
1948 (No. 4 of 1948) the development of land (within the
meaning of the said Ordinance) shall be restricted to the area
shown on the aforesaid map or plan and be carried out in
accordance with the provisions of this scheme.
5. Size of Building Plots. There are 86 Plots of
various sizes, as shown on the plan.

6. Prohibited Purposes. (a) No land shall be
\ bought, sold, leased, mortgaged, exchanged or sublet without
the consent in writing of the Central Authority.
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(b) The consent of the Central Authority shall not
be unreasonably withheld, provided that consent shall not
be granted unless the prospective purchaser, lessee,
exchange or sub-lessee or his agent make a statutory
declaration that the land is required and intended for his
own use or the personal use of his principal.
(c) In cases where consent has been withheld to an
application for permission to sell, lease or exchange, the
Central Authority may, with the agreement of the prospec-
tive vendor, leasor or exchanger repurchase the land at a
reasonable sum. In the event of failure to arrive at a
reasonable sum by agreement the matter shall be referred
to arbitration.
(d) No dry goods store, shop, parlour or other place
where food is sold shall be established or connected with-
out the approval in writing of the Central Authority.
7. Subdividing. No plot as laid out on the said map
or plan shall be subdivided.
8. Maintenance of Land and House in Good
Condition. It shall be the responsibility of the purhaser of
each plot to maintain both land and house in good condition to
the satisfaction of the Central Authority.
9. Building Line. In order to preserve the uni-
formity of the frontage the purchaser of each plot shall observe
the building line which is a distance of at least 10 ft. from the
road boundary, curb of the road or access path, and in no case
shall the front of any dwelling house or any building be made
to extend nearer to or further from the said road or street than
such position on the said land as is indicated by the said building
line.
10. Size of Houses and height of Dwelling
Houses above ground. Every new building intended
as a dwelling house to be erected on any of the lots shall
have a minimum, habitable floor space of not less than 120 sq. ft.
and shall have the lowest floor raised from the ground at least
eighteen inches and supported on masonry with proper and
sufficient ventilation beneath the floor; provided that if the
frontage of the building abuts on any public place the said
building shall be on a continuous dwarf wall or concrete pillars.
11. Approval of Plans. No dwelling-house, shop,
hotel or other building shall be erected upon any of the plots
otherwise than in accordance with plans and elevations and of










materials previously"approved by or on behalf of the Central
Authority and no building shall be commenced upon any plot
until the Central Authority or its agents shall have given a
certificate in writing of such approval.
12. One Building or Private House with
Out-Buildings on each Plot. Not more than one
building or dwelling-house shall be erected on each plot with
except the necessary and usual out-buildings, stables, garage
with living rooms over to be used in connection with any house
erected on the same plot or any house now standing or hereafter
to be erected on any adjoining land and such dwelling-house
shall not be of less value than 20 .exclusive of stabling and
out-buildings, and no building shall be erected until the site
and elevation thereof and the site of any offices and stabling
thereto shall have been approved by or on behalf of the
Central Authority, and every such building shall be of such
ch:aralcter and description and build according to such plans,
designs and elevations as shall have been similarly approved in
writing before the same is commenced, and no such building
shall after erection be altered without the like previous consent
in writing before the same is commenced.
13. Coverage of Plot. No dwelling-house, includ-
ing out-houses of whatever character on a building plot shall
cover more than I of the surface of plot.
14. Excavations. No sand or gravel shall be dug out
of any plot except in the course of excavating for foundations
15. Kitchens. The floor of every kitchen shall be
made of non-inflammable materials and the chimney of every
suchi building shall be carried to such a height above continuous
height as may be specified by the Central Authority.
16. Garage. Every garage shall be made of concrete,
stone, iron or some non-inflammable material as far as
practicable.
17. Latrine Accommodation. Every building
intended for use as a dwelling or as a shop, or as a factory, or
as a place of business shall be provided with proper latrine
accommodation e.g. a pit latrine of a type to be approved
by the Health Authorities.
18. Drainage. Each plot shall have drains properly
laid to a suitable outfall for the efficient drainage of any rain or
surface water from the site. and the subsoil of the site shall be
,.tl-.:tiiwdi drained, whenever the possibility of dampness of the
site renders such a precaution necessary.









19. Projections beyond Building Line or over
Public Place. No portion of the front wall of any message
or d weiling-house to Iw' erected on any part of the plot shall
project beyond the building line indicated u-pon the said plan,
and no portion of or attachment to any building shall
permanently project on or over any public place in such a
manner that in the opinion of the Central Authority or other
competent authority it would cause an obstruction or danger.

20. Temporary Structures. There shall not at
any time be erected or pl:i or -o lt'-. to be or remain on
any of the plots any temporary building or structure except
sheds, workshops or office rooms to be used for the purpose of
and in connection with the building of permanent buildings in
course of construction upon such plot.

21. Air space in front of Dwelling-House.
Every dwelling-house shill have an open space of at least
twenty-four feet in front thereof. ,Thr. space shall be measured
to the boundary of any land or building immediately opposite
to the dwelling-house or to the opposite site of any public
place on which the dwelling-house immediately abuts and the
space shall extend throughout the whole frontage of such
dwelling-house.

22. -Air space around Dwelling-House. No
dwelling-house shall be placed nearer than a distance of sixteen
feet to its site boundary at the rear or nearer than a distance of
six feet from the caves or any projecting part to its site boundary
on either side. Provided that out-buildings approved by the
vendor or other competent authority y may be erected at the
rear of a dwelling house.

28. Encroachment. No person shall erect any new
building without previously removing every step or other
encroachment which may be in or on the public place in front
of the site where such building is to be erected.

24. Notice of intention to Build. (a) Every
person intending to erect, remove or alter a building shall give
notice of such intention to the Central Authority.

(b) The notice shall be in duplicate upon the form
prescribed by the Central Authority and shall be
accompanied by plans in duplicate sufficient to show that
the proposed building comply with the requirements of the
Central Authority.









25. Approval by the Central Authority.
The Central Authority shall within six weeks of the delivery of
such notice, signify in writing its approval or disapproval
thereof. In the case of disapproval the Authority shall give
reasons for its disapproval or specify what alterations are
required.
26. Notification of work. Any owner or his
agent who intends to execute or executes work to which this
scheme applies,
(a) shall notify the Central Authority in writing the
date on which work will begin;
(b) shall notify the Central Authority in writing of
the completion of any work within fourteen days after
completion;
(c) may notify the Central Authority in writing of
the completion of part of any work to a value not less than
five hundred dollars within fourteen days of the completion
of work.
27. Period of Construction. (a) Building
construction shall commence within six months of approval,
failing which the approval shall be deemed to have lapsed.
Construction shall be completed within one year of the date
of commencement.
The Central Authority may in its discretion grant an
extension of the abovementioned period.
(b) In the case of default the Central Authority may
re-purchase the lot at a price for which it was sold by the
Central Authority and may purchase for a reasonable sum
that part of the building which had been erected up to the
time of the expiry of the agreed period.
In the event of failure to arrive at a reasonable sum by
agreement the matter shall be referred to arbitration.
28. Inspection. (a) The Central Authority shall
within twenty-one days after receipt of a notice of completion
as provided for in clause 26 sections (6) and (c), inspect the
work covered by such notice.
(b) the Central Authority or any duly authorised
officer reserves the right to enter any part of the scheme
whether sold, leased, rented or exchanged for purpose of
inspection;










(c) every person who executes work in any part or
section of the scheme shall a;fur.t members of the Central
Authority or its duly authorised employees free access to
the work for the purpose of inspection at all reasonable
times during the execution of the.work.

29. Default. (a) The owner or his agent who
executes work to which this scheme applies and who receives
from the Central Authority notice in writing during the
progress of the work of within six weeks after receipt by the
Central Authority of a notice of completion as provided
for in clause 26 sections (b) and (c) -Ieif\'ilnL any matters in
respect of which the erection or execution .may be in contraven-
tion of the scheme and requiring such person, within a time
specified, to cause anything done contrary to the provisions of
the scheme to be amended, or to do anything which by any
such provision may be required to be done hut which has been
omitted to be done, shall within the time specified, comply with
the several requirements and shall deliver to the Authority a
notice in writing of the completion of such work within fourteen
days of the completion.

(b) In any case of non-compliance with the require-
ments of the aforesaid notice, it shall be lawful for the
Authority in accordance with the provisions of section 20
of the Town and Country Planning Ordinance, 1948
to execute the works required and recover the cost from
the owner as a civil debt.

30. Any person aggrieved by the agreement or refusal
of the Authority to signify its approval under clause 25 to
grant its consent under clause 6 shall have a right of appeal in
terms "mutatis mutandis of section 14 of the Town and
Country Planning Ordinance, 1948.
Made by the Central Housing and Planning Authority
this 14th day of May, 1956.

CLARENCE SIMON,
Secretary (" Executive Ohc i.
Central Authority.

NOVELLE 1H. RICHARDS.
Chairman, centrall Housing Af
Plainningt Authority.










Approved by the Governor in Council this 4th day of
September, 1956.
F, A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.










































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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 70.


The Legislative Council (Remuneration of Election Officers)
(Amendment) Regulations, 1956, dated November 30,
1956, made by the Governor in Council under section
104 of the Antigua Constitution and Elections Ordi-
nance, 1951 (No. 10 of 1951).


1. Citation. These Regulations may be cited as the
Legislative Council (Remuneration of Election Officers)
(Amendment) Regulations, 1956, and shall be read as one with
the Legislative Council (Remuneration of Election Officers)
Regulations, 1956, (S.R. & 0. 1956 No. 31) hereinafter
referred to as the Principal Regulations.

2. Amendment of Principal Regulations.
Regulation 3 of the Principal Regulations is hereby amended
as follows:-
(a) by the deletion of the figure $60.00" appear-
ing opposite item (a) and the substitution therefore of
the figure $100 "; and

(b) by the addition of the following item at the end
thereof:-
"(i) To every Revising Officer .... $25.00".

3. Commencement. These Regulations shall be
deemed to have come into operation on the 10th day of July,
1956.
Made by the Governor in Council this 30th day of
November, 1956.
F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.


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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1956, No. 71.


The Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions) Order,
1956, dated December 4, 1956, made by the Governor
by virtue of the powers vested in him in that behalf.



WHEREAS section 18 of the Emergency Laws (Transitional
Provisions) Act, 1946 (hereinafter called "the Act of 1946") as
amended by section 8 of the Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous Provi-
sions) Act, 1947 (hereinafter called the Act of 1947 ") enabled pro-
vision to be made by Order in Council for the continuation in force
until the 10th day of December, 1950, of Defence Regulations having
effect in Colonies and other territories, and provision was so made by
the Emergency Laws (Transitional Provisions) (Colonies, etc.) Order in
Council, 1946 (hereinafter called "the Order of 1946") and the
Emergency Laws (Ml 'i.-,l i..... i Provisions) (Colonies, etc.) Order in
Council, 1947:

AND WHEREAS Article 3 of the Emergency Laws (Continuance)
Order, 1956 (hereinafter called "the Order of 1956 "), made on the 29th
day of November, 1956, in pursuance of the Act of 1947 provides that
the powers exercisable under section 18 of the Act of 1946 shall be
exercisable, in relation to any Defence Regulations remaining in force
by virtue of the said section 18 and Article 3 of the Emergency Laws
(Continuance) Order, 1955, when the Order of 1956 was made, as if, in
the said section 18 as amended by section 8 of the Act of 1947 for the
reference to tie 10th day of December, 1950, there were substituted a
reference to the 10th day of December, 1957:

AND WHEREAS the Ein -trgei-v Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions)
(Colonies, etc.) Order in Council, 1956 (hereinafter called the Order
in Council of 1956 ") made, by Her Majesty the Queen on the 29th day
of November, 1956, under the provisions of the above recited Acts and
Orders, enables the Governor by Order to provide-

(a) for the contilnuftion in force until the 10th day of
December, 1957, of any Defence Regulations, being Defence
Regulations in force in th(- Colony at the date of the making of the
Order of 1956 by virtue of section 18 of the Act of 1946 and
Article 3 of the Emergency Laws (Continuance) Order, 1955;

(b) that any Defence Regulations so continued in force shall
have effect subject to such exceptions, limitations and modifications
as the Governor thinks necessary or expedient.

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NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor in pursuance of section 18 of
the Act of 1946 and Article 3 of the Order of 1956 and Article 2 of the
Order in Council of 1956 and of all other powers enabling him in that
behalf is pleased to order and it is hereby ordered as follows:-

1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Emergency
Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions) Order, 1956.

2. Continuation. (1) The Defence Regulations mentioned in
the Schedule to this Order, being Defence Regulations in force in the
Colony at the date of the making of the Order of 1956 by virtue of
section 18 of the Act of 1946 and Article 3 of the Emergency Laws
(Continuance) Order, 1955 shall continue in force until the 10th day of
December, 1957:
Provided that such Defence Regulations may be revoked either in
whole or in part at any time by Order.

(2) Subsection (2) of section 18 of the Interpretation and General
Clauses Act, 1955 (Leeward Islands Act No. 12 of 1955 as adapted by
S R. & 0. No. 22 of 1956) shall apply, as it applies to the interpretation
of an Act, upon the expiry of any Defence Regulation continued in
force by this Order, as if such Regulation had been revoked.

Made by the Governor this 4th day of December, 1956.

P. I). MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.




SC'H I-"1-)LE.



1. The Defence (Import and Export Restriction) Regulations,
1943 as amended by the Defence (Import and Export Res-
triction) (Amendment) Regulations, 1948.

2. The Defence (Trading with the Enemy) Regulations, 1939
and all amendments thereto.








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1956


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MONTSERRATT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1956, No. 39.



The Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions) Order,
1956, dated December 4, 19 56, made by the Governor
by virtue of the powers vested in him in that behalf.



WHEREAS section 18 of the Emergency Laws (Transitional
Provisions) Act, 1946 (hereinafter called "the Act of 1946") as
amended by section 8 of the Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous Provi-
sions) Act, 1947 (hereinafter called the Act of 1947 ") enabled pro-
vision to be made by Order in Council for the continuation in force
until the 10th day of December, 1950, of Defence Regulations having
effect in Colonies and other territories, and provision was so made by
the Ei.,r-'el.'c Laws '(Ti iiti....l Provisions) (Colonies, etc.) Order in
Council, 1.946 (hereinafter called "the Order of 1946") and the
Emergency Laws (i- ..- I i: ..... Provisions) (Colonies, etc.) Order in
Council, 1947:

AND WHEREAS Article 3 of the Emergency Laws (Continuance)
Order, 1956 (hereinafter called the Order of 1956 "), made on the 29th
day of November, 1956, in pursuance of the Act of 1947 provides that
the powers exercisable under section 18 of the Act of 1946 shall be
exercisable, in relation to any Defence Regulations remaining in force
by 'virtue of the said section 18 and Article 3 of the Emergency Laws
(Continuance) Order, 1955, when the Order of 1956 was made, as if, in
the said section 18 as amended by section 8 of the Act of 1947 for the
reference to the 10th day of December, 1.: i5., there were substituted a
reference to the 10th day of December. 1957:

AND WHEREAS the Emorgency Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions)
(Colonieso etc.) Order n' Council, 1956 (hereinafter called "the Order
in Council of 1956") made by Her .,ij.-i y the Queen on the 29th, day
of November, 1956, under the provisions of the above recited Acts and
Orders, enables the Governor by Order to provide-

(a) for the continuation in force until the 10th day of
D')ceimber, 1957, of any Defence Regulations. being Defence
Regulations in force in the Colony at the date of the making of the
Order of 1956 by virtue of section 18 of the Act of 1:t-16 and
Article 3 of the Emergency Laws (Continuance) Order, 1'..'i:

(b) that any Defence Regulations so continued in force shall
have effect subject to such exceptions. limitations and modifications
as the Governor thinks necessary or expedient.

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NOW. THEREFORE, the Governor in pursuance of section 18 of
the Act of 1946 and Article 3 of the Order of 1956 and Article 2 of the
Order in Couicil of 1956 and of all other powers enabling him in that
behalf is pleased to order and it is hereby ordered as follows:-

1. Short Title. This Order may, be cited as the Emergency
Laws iMi-,.ill.i,.ii. Provisions) Order. li'.,',.

2. Continuation. (1) The Defence Regulations mentioned in
the Schedule to this Order, being Defence Regulations in force in the
Colony at the date of the making of the Order of 1956 by virtue of
section 18 of the Act of 1946 and Article 3 of the EIeiwr--i.-'.- Laws
(Continuance) Order. 1)955 shall continue in force until the li 1l, day of
December, 1957:
Provided that such Defence Regulations may be revoked either in
whole or in part at any time by Order.

(2) Subsection (2) of section 18 of the Interpretation and General
Clauses Act, 1955 (Leeward Islands Act No. 12 of 1955 as adapted by
S R. & O. No. 15 of 1956) shall apply, as it applies to the interpretation
of an Act, upon the expiry of any Defence Regulation continued in
force by this Order, as if such Regulation had been revoked.

Made by the Governor this 4th day of December, 1956.

P. D. MACDONALD,
Actinq Govrero'r.




SCHEDULE.



1. The Defence (Import and E p.. t Restriction) Regulations,
1943 as amended by the Defence (Import and Export Res-
triction) (Amendment) Regulations, 1948.

2. The Defence (Trading with the Enemy) Regulations. 1939
and all amendments thereto.








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hy E. M. BLACKMAN. Government Priinttr.--By Authoriy.
1956


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VIRGIN ISLANDS.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1956, No. 89.



The Emergency Laws (Misoellaneous Provisions) Order,
1956, dated December 4, 1956, made by the Governor
by virtue of the powers vested in him in that behalf.



WHEREAS section 18 of the Emergency Laws (Transitional
Provisions) Act, 1.946 (hereinafter called "the Act of 1946 ") as
amended by section 8 of the Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous Provi-
sions) Act, 1947 (hereinafter called the Act of 1947 ") enabled pro-
vision to be made by Order in Council for the continuation in force
until the 10th (lay of December, 1950, of Defence Regulations having
effect in Colonies and other territories, and provision was so made by
the Em-I r.. '.I v Laws (Transitional Provisions) (Colonies, etc.) Order in
Council, 1946 (hereinafter called "the Order of 1946") and the
Emergency L~ws ('d1I.. i i ..n..- Provisions) (Colonies, etc.) Order in
Council. 1947:

AN ) WHEREAS Article 3 of the Emergency Laws (Continuance)
Order. 1956 (hereinafter called the Order of 1956 "), made on the 29th
day of November, 1:.,i;.i in pursuance of the Act of 1917 provides that
the powers exercisable under section 18 of the Act of 1.11'4 shall be
exercisable, in relation to any IDefence Regulations remaining in force
by virtue of the said section 18 and Article 3 of the Emergency Laws
(Continuance) Order, i'..'-'.., when the Order of Il'' was made, as if, in
the said section 18 as amended by section 8 of the Act of 1.947 for the
reference to the 10th day of December, 1i' ~.1:1 there were substituted a
reference to the 10th day of December. 1957:

AND W[i I IK:.-\S the Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions)
(Colonies, etc.) Order in Council, I'P.i (hereinafter called "the Order
in Council of .' .") made by Her Majesty the Queen on the 29th day
of November, 1956, und.'r the provisions of the above recited Acts and
Orders. enables the Governor by Order to provide-

(a) for the continuation in force until the 10th day of
December. 1957, of any Defence Regulations, being Defence
Regulations in force in th(- Colony at the date of the making of the
Order of 1:I.. by virtue of section 18 of'the Act of 1946 and
Article 3 of the Emnergency Liws (Continuance) Order, :..t:,.;

(b) that any Defence Regulations so continued in force shall
IV have effect subject to such exceptions. limitations and modifications
S as the Governor thinks necessary or expedient.


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NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor in pursuance of section 18 of
the Act of 1946 and Article 3 of the Order of 1956 and Article 2 of the
Order in Council of 1956 and of all other powers enabling him in that
behalf is pleased to order and it is hereby ordered as follows:--

1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Emergency
Laws I -.l. II.,-l.,,i Provisions) Order, 1956.

2. Continuation. (1) The Defence Regulations mentioned in
the Schedule to this Order, being Defence Regulations in force in the
Colony at the date of the making of the Order of 1956 by virtue of
section 18 of the Act of 1946 and Article 3 of the Emergency Laws
(Continuance) Ordir. ]"':,' shall continue in force nntil the 10th day of
December, 1957:

Provided that such Defence Regulations may be revoked either in
whole or in part at any time by Order.

(2) Subsection (2) of section 18 of the Interpretation and General
Clauses Act, .1I',. (Leeward Islands Act No. 12 of 1955 as adapted by
S R. & O. No. 22 of 1956) shall apply, as it applies to the interpretation
of an Act, upon the expiry of any Defence Regulation continued in
force by this Order, as if such Regulation had been revoked.

M-IlI.- by the Governor this 4th day of December, 1956.

P. D. MACDONALD.
A rtinf (Governor.




SCHE DU LE.



1. The Defence (Import and [' ....1 Restriction) Regulations,
1943 as amended by the Defence (Import and Export Res-
triction) (Amendment) Regulations. 1 I.l-..

2. The Defence (Trading with the Enemy) lRgulations, 1939
and all amendments thereto.








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