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    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 75 of 1956: Proclamation dtaed December 22, 1956, bringing into operation the Workmen's Compensation (Amendment) Ordinance, 1956 (No. 33/1956)
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> iZ a THE
ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT
AND

&A VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.

published by cduthority.
VOL. I. THURSDAY, 27TH DECEMBER, 1956. No. 28.

WIS. 137/629/01 COLONIAL OFFICE,
THE CHURCH HOUSE,
LEEWARD ISLANDS No. 713 GREAT SMITH STREET,
WINDWARD ISLANDS No. 578 LONDON, S.W. 1.
3rd December, 1956.
Sir,
I have the honour to refer to paragraph 4 of the Public Announcement of the 29th December,
1954 about constitutional reform in Antigua and St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla wherein it is stated:-
Ministers will be expected to give priority to their work as Ministers but may under-
take other work if it does not conflict with their responsibilities as Ministers ".
2. In other colonial territories a more detailed statement of the responsibilities of Ministers is
normally published when a ministerial system of government is introduced; and I feel that it may be of
help to the Ministers and to the public generally in the Leeward Islands if I now take an opportunity of
setting out in greater detail the general code of conduct which is observed in the United Kingdom and
should, as far as practicable, be followed by Ministers in the colonial territories.
3. In setting out the general principles which should be observed by Ministers I do not wish
it to be inferred that there is any special reason to suppose that these principles have not been generally
followed in Antigua and St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla since the introduction of the Ministerial system of
government nearly a year ago. Ministers are, however called upon to deal with and take decisions
upon such a wide variety of subjects touching upon all aspects of the life of the community that it is
likely from time to time that they may find that their public duties affect or even conflict with their
personal and private interests. I consider it desirable, therefore, both that Ministers should be furnished
with further guidance as to the manner in which this problem can be tackled, and also that the public
should be aware of the code of conduct which Ministers can reasonably be expected to observe.
4. In the United Kingdom and in the Colonies generally certain easily identifiable forms of
misconduct, e.g. the disclosure of official secrets and corruption, are the subject of legislation. In addi-
tion there is a code of ethics prescribed by rules which have been laid down by successive Governments
over a long period. These rules are based on custom and usage of the Constitution, and any serious
infringement of them even though not punishable by law, would incur the drastic penalty of dismissal
from office. The following is a summary of some of the more important rules which govern Ministerial
conduct in the United Kingdom:-
(a) All directorships held by Ministers must be resigned except honorary directorships,
directorships in connection with philanthropic undertakings and directorships in private
companies which deal wholly or mainly with family affairs or interests and are not primarily
enggged in trading. A similar rule applies in the case of Ministers who hold official positions
in trade unions.
(6) Ministers ought not to enter into any transactions whereby their private pecuniary
interest might, even conceivably, come into conflict with their public duty.
(c) No Minister is justified in any circumstances, in using official information that comes
to him as a Minister, for his own private profit or for that of his friends.
(d) No Minister ought to put himself, or allow himself to be put, in a position to be
tempted to use his official influence in support of any scheme or in furtherance of any contract
in regard to which he has an undisclosed private interest.

The Officer Administering
The Covernment of the Leeward Islands

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120 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN iSLANDS GAZETTE [December 27, 1!)35

(e) No Minister ought to accept any kind of favour from persons who are in negotiations
with, or seeking to enter into contractual or proprietary or pecuniary relations with the
Government.
(f) Ministers should scrupulously avoid speculative investments in securities as to which,
from their position and their special means of early or confidential information, they have, or
mav have, an advantage over other people in anticipating market changes.
(q) Ministers should not practice journalism while holding office. This prohibition does
not, however, extend to writing of a literary, historical, scientific, philosophical or romantic
character.
5. The above are by no means exhaustive, but they sirve to illustrate the manner in which,
in the United Kingdom, the holders of high public office in the service of the Crown are expected and
req uired to conduct themselves; and they are regarded as "rules of obligation ". There are, in addition,
certain rules of pruence which have never been formulated and which it would be very difficult to
formulate in precise or universal terms. One of these rules, however, is that Ministers should carefully
avoid all transactions such as the acceptance of gifts of substantial value from members of the public
which can give c lourr or substance to the belief that they are doing anything which the "rules
of obligation forbid.

6. With regard to (a) of paragraph 4, I recognize that in the circumstances at present exist-
ing in the Wet Indies it may not bd necessary to insist that all directorships in estates or businesses
must be given up, provided the nature and extent of these are disclosed to the Governor and he is satis-
fied that their retention is not contrary to the public interest.
7. There is also the very important case of Ministers who feel that they are obliged to retain
official positions in trade lunions. While I relidily understand that the close identification of trade
unions with political parties in some of the West Indian territories makes it difficult for politicians to
divorce themselves from direct association with trade unions immediately on their assumption of Minis-
terial office, the objections to this association are very strong. Even if Mlinisters with trade union
associations are able to avoid their dual interests coming into conflict, there must always be some doubt
in the mind of the public as to the true position. I hope, therefore, tatt Ministers will take steps to
disassociate themselves from atoive participation in trade union affairs as soon as possible, and I naturally
expect them always to subordinate trade union interests to the public interest whenever these may
conflict.
8. I shall be obliged if you will arrange for copies of this despatch to be given to the Minis-
ters in Antigua and St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla and if you will also arrange for its publication in
the Official Gazettes.
9. A copy of this despatch is being sent for information to the Administrators of Antigua
and St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla.

I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your most obedient humble Servant,


ALLAN LENNOX BOYD.









Dece:imer 27, 1956] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE 121


Notices.

With reference to the notice ap-
pearing in the Gazette on the 29th
November, 1956, regarding the arrival
of Mr. A. T. Williams, C.M.G., M.B.E.,
Governor-designate of the Leeward
Islands, towards the end of January
or the first week in February, from
further information received it now
appears unlikely that Mr. Williams
will assume duty in the Leeward
Islands until towards the end of
February or early in March, 1957.
Chief Secretary's Ofice,
Antigua.
19th December, 1956.
ef. No. P. F. 672.



It is hereby notified for general
information that the Imperial Colonial
Air Navigation Order, 1955, has been
amended by the Colonial Air Naviga-
tion (Amendment) Order, 1956, made
by Her Majesty in Council on the
24th day of April, 1956 and laid
before Parliament on the same date.
This Amendment Order came into
force on the 1st July, 1956.

2. This Order amends the Colonial
Air Navigation Order, 1955, so as to
permit the use of a simplified docu-
ment in place of the journey log-book
and makes certain related amend-
ments in respect of the carriage of
this and other documents in aircraft.
In addition to some amendments of a
minor nature, amendments are also
made to the provisions of that Order
dealing with the following matters:-

(a) the performance of flights
for the purpose of experiment or
test;
(b) the height of the nationality
and registration marks on certain
parts of aircraft;

(c) the areas in which aerobatic
flight is prohibited;

(d) the requirements governing
aircraft in flight by night, including
those relating to compliance by such
aircraft with Instrument Flight
Rules;
(e) the requirements governing
flight along a line of landmarks, or
following a tract indicated by a
directional radio guide;

(f) the notification of flight over
an area in which search and rescue
operations would be difficult.
3. A copy of this Order may be
seen if desired at the Offices of the
Chief Secretary or of any of the
Administrators of the Leeward Is-
lands, and the Order will in due
course form part of the bound volume
of the Laws of the Leeward Islands
for 1956.
The Secretariat,
Antigua.
21st December, 1956.


No. 58
The Acting Governor has this day
been pleased to assent to the under-
mentioned Ordinances:--
Antiguta.

No. 33 of 1956, "The Workmen's
Compensation (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1956 ". Dec. 21
Ref. No. 47/uiin3s.

Virgin Islands.

No, 12 of 1956, "The Supplement-
ary Appropriation (1954) (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1956". Dec. 21
Ref. No. 47/00140.

No. 15 of 1956, "The Firearms
Ordinance, 1956 ". Dec. 15
Ref. No. 47/00313.
Chief Secretary's ) Ofice,
Leeward Islands,
Antigua.
22nd December, 1956.
CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES
No. 59.

The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Acting
Governor that the power of dis-
allowance will not be exercised in
respect of the undermentioned Ordi-
nance:-
Virgin Islands.

No. 6 of 1956, "The Interpretation
of Laws (Repeal) Ordinance, 1956.

Chitf Secretary's Office,
Leeward Islands,
Antigua.
19th December, 1956.
Ref. No. 47/00203.
No. 60

The following Ordinance and Stat-
utory Rules and Orders are circula-
ted with this Gazette and form part
thereof:-
ORDINANCE.
Antigua.

No. 33 of 1956, "The Workmen's
Compensation (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1956." 2 pp. Price 4 cents.
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.
A ntigua.

No. 74 of 1956, Proclamation
dated December 22, 1956, bringing
into operation the Workmen's Com-
pensation Ordinance, 1956 (No. 24 of
1956). 1 pp. Price 3 cents.
No. 75 of 1956, "Proclamation
dated December 22, 1956, bringing
into operation the Workmen's Com-
pensation (Amendment) Ordinance,
1956 (No. 33/1956)."
1 pp. Price 3 cents.


It is hereby notified for information
that applications are invited from the
general public to subscribe to the
Cornmeal Industry Loan of $96,000.


2. Debentures will be of a value
of $200 each and will bear interest of
4o% per annum payable half yearly.
Prospectus and application forms are
obtainable from the local banks and
the Chief Accountant.
3. The closing date for the receipt
of applications and deposits has been
fixed for the 21st February, 1957.
EDWIN A. THOMPSON,
Financial Secretary.
A dmni',istlralor's O./icr,
Antigua.
18th De,-ember. 1956.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 17th December. 1956.
PHILIP MORRIS INCORPORA-
TED of 100 Park Avenue, New
York, State of New York, have
applied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:-

SPUD
in Class 45 that is to say:-Cigarettes.
cigars and tobacco products.
The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for 32 years
before the date of their said Applica-
tion.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office, Anti-
gua, of opposition to registration of
the said Trade Mark.
CECIL 0. BYRON,
Registrar of Trade Marks

ANTIGUA.
The Registration of United
Kingdom Patents Act, 1926.
NOTICE IS HERE BY 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 Ilons ,
St. John's, Antigua.









122 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERhAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [December 27, 1956
TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 17th December, 1956.

LIBBY MoNEILL & LIBBY of Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. have applied for Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:-


in Class 42 that is to say: Canned foods, namely, beef, veal, pork, mutton and poultry, and their products, salmon and
salmon paste, soups, fruits, vegetables and berries, fruit butters, jams and marmalades, mincemeat, spaghetti,
plum puddings and condensed and evaporated milk.

The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Mrak in respect of the said goods since 1897 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, Montserrat & Virgin Islands Gazette, give notice in duplicate 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, 17th December, 1956.
BENSON & HEDGES of 100 Park Avenue, New York, State of New 2York, U.S.A. have applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark consisting of the following:-- faw cv' on 0o cjM


IENSON&HED6ES NEW YORK

41U3n1Ul ciI


in Class 45, that is to say: Cigarettes
The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Mark
before the date of their said Application.


in respect of the said goods for seven years


Any person may within three months from the d:ute of the first appearance of the Advertisement in the
Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin Islands Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua, of
opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.

Cecil 0. Byron,
Registrar of Trade Marks.









THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIlRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE, 1:3


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 17th December, 1956
ANGELO BARRETO of Bolans Village, Antigna, has applied for Registration of two Trade MTu ks.
consisting of the following:-


ANGELO BARRETO

BOLANS VILLAGE ANTIGUA.

I___---


. n... err.


in Class 43 that is to say: Fermented liquor and spirits
The Applicant claim that he has used the said Trade Marks in respect of the said goods for ten years before
the date of his said Application.
Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua Montserrat & Virgin Islands Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua of
opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.
Cecil 0. Byron,
Registrar of Trade Marks.


In the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands.
ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.
A.D. 1956.
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of Rules made by the Chief
Justice under Section 16 of the
Windward Islands and Leeward Is-
lands (Courts) Order in Council, 1939,
and duly approved as therein provi-
ded on the 16th day of October. A.D.
1941, the Honourable the Puisne
Judge selected for the sitting of the
Court in the Antigua Circuit has
appointed the day of the month on
which the ensuing Circuit Court shall
sit as follows, that is to say:
The Antigna Circuit on Monday
the 7th January, 1957, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon.


D:lted the llth d;y of December,
1956.
CECIL O. BYRON,
Registrar of the Supreme Court.

TRAFFIC NOTICE.

The Vehicles & Road Traffic
SOrdinance, 1946-
By virtue of the powers conferred
on me in Section 2 of the Vehicles
and Road Traffic Ordinance 1946
(No. 5 of 1946) I hereby fix the
period hereunder for the lighting of
vehicles.
Until further notice, the lighting
period of vehicles shall be from
5.35 p.m. to 6 a.m.
1M. V. JAMES,
T]rr fir C!imm missioner.
12th December, 1956.
Ref. No. 36/0o007.


RAINFALL FIGURES.
Central Experiment Station,
Antigua.


Month. 1952. 1953. 1951. 1955. 1956(
Jan. 2.41 1.93 3.04 2.16 5.15
Feb. 1.60 1.02 2.4b 68 1.28
Mar. 1.62 5.60 1.08 33 1.40
April 3.14 2.06 .49 1.75 3.83
May 3.07 1.50 3.83 2.81 2.68
June 5.74 1.31 3.32 1.47 6.72
July 8.38 3.20 3.47 2.13 4.29
August 8.43 3.15 5.93 8.25 5.57
Sept. 5.55 2.10 9.91 5.59 2.10
October 5.19 .85 4.62 5.60 6.58
November 5.10 5.24 1.54 2.19 3.34
To 15th Dec. 1 52 2.11 1.7 1.14 1.02
51.84 30.07 41.42 34.60 42.81


"


December 27,1956]








124 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [December 27, 1956


ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.

JURORS' LIST FOR THE YEAR


Christian and Surname at length.


Abbott, Leonard
Abbott, Norris
Abbott, Victor Gerald
Ackam, Hezekiah
Alexander, Foster
Allaway, Richard
Allen, Alfred
Ambrose, Maurice
Anselm, Ronald Alexander
Antonio, Lawrence
Antonio, Clement
Anjo, Francis Roderiques
Anjo, Lawrence Roderiques


Bailey, Louis
Bailey, Donald
Barnes, Irving Edward Alexander
Barretto, Angelo
Barnes, Leonard
Baptist, James
Barretto, John
Barretto, Manoel
Bell, Austin
Benjamin, Edgar Alexander
Benjamin, Lewis Albert Emery
Bento, Alvro
Bento, Fabian
Blackett, John
Blanchard, Morris
Bowry, Eric
Boxhill, John Carlisle
Bridges, Maurice
Brown, Arnold
Brown, Jr. James Adolphus Nibbs
Brown, Joshua
Brown, Ralph Arthur Lindsay
Browne, Robert
Brumant, Bruno
Br son, Thomas Arbercrombie Hay
Buckley, Edgar
Burton, Joseph


Camacho, Alexander
Camacho, John
Camacho, Vincent Joseph
Carmichael, Victor
Carr, William
Challenger, Aubrey
Chambers, Arnold Picaat
Charles, Joseph A.
Chambers, Edmund
Christian, Donald
Christian, Clarence
Christian. Morris
Coates, Cox
Colbourne, Claxton Augustus
Cooke, Walter R.
Cools-Latigue, Hugh Joseph
Cort, Lionel
Cort, Patrick
Crawford, Strickland Gerald
Crump, John Edmund
Crump, Sherman
Cummings, Oliver


Place of Abode.



.. City
... Saaderson
... Dalzells
.. Bolans
... City
... ,
... Cedar Grove
... City
... 99
..i Hodges Bay
... City

... City
... ity
... Cedar Grove
... Bolans
.. Cedar Grove
... City
,,
... Gunthorpes
... City









,,Potters







... City

ir iew
...c ity
Ottos

...All Saints
... Parham Road
... City
...Fort Road
...Side Hill
... City
.. fort Hall

.. City







Gunthorpes
o.. ,
... Fairview







.. City
... Seasons







Freetown
Os..borne Villageew

... Parham Road
Cit
.. Fort Road
.. Side Hill
... City



... City
... Gunthorpes

... City
... Seasons
... Freetown
... Osborne Village


Calling.



Miec 'anic
Overseer
Peasant Proprietor
Planter

Shopkeeper
Clerk
Musician
Merchant
Clerk

Merchant
Clerk


Jeweller
Clerk
Joiner
Shopkeeper
Joiner
Tailor
Shopkeeper
Clerk

Merchant

Clerk

Rum Distiller
Clerk

Bakery Manager
Barber
Clerk

Peasant Proprietor
Clerk

Printer
Business Manager
Clerk
Electrician


Garage Proprietor
Merchant
Auctioneer
Laboratory Assistant
Mechanic
Clerk
Merchant
Overseer
Clerk
Joiner
Builder & Contractor
Sugar Curer
Cabinet Maker
Tailor
Manager
Clerk
Sugar Curer

Shoemaker
Overseer
Builder
Electircian


Nature of Qualification.


Income of 30
Salary of 50
Income of 30
50

Income of 30
Salary of 50
Income of
,, 150
Salary of 50

Income of 150
SSalary of 50


Income of
Salary of
Income of


Income of


Salary of
Income of

Salary of




Income of
Salary of









Income of


Salary of
Income of
Salary of
Income of
Salary of

Income of

Salary of
Income of


30
50
200


50
30

50
30
150
200



200
30
50













f30
200
50









50
,3


50
15


50

30
150
50

50
30
50
30


Salary of 50
,, ,,

Income of 30
Salary of 50
Income of ,,


1957.


Re-
mark.











S.J.


S.J.




S.J.






SJ.
S.J.
S.J.



S.J.






S.J.









S.J.









December 27, 1956] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE 125

Jurors' List for the year 1957-(cont'd).


Christian and Surname at length.



Daniel, Hesketh Maurice
Davis, Edward
Davis, Joseph Alexander
Davis, Walter O'Million
Davis, Oliver
Denully, John
Desuza, George
DeFreitas, Allen
Dew, Ernest Dalma
DeSilva, Ronald
Dias, John Baptiste
Dickenson, Denis
Dickenson, Francis C.
Doram, Donelley
Dow, Charlesworth
Dow, Guy


Edwards, Charles
Edwards, Alfonso DeShield
Edwards, Dennis
Edwards, Hubert
Evanson, John Allan


Farara, Emanuel
Farara, Jayme
Farara, Quin
Fernandez, John
Fernandez, Joseph
Francis, Ferniey
Francis, Francis Alexis
Francis, Knella
Francis, William


Gabriel, Samuel Lewis Denis
Gardener, James
Gilead, Glaxton
Gilead, Oscar
Gomes, Bernard
Gomes, Raymond
Gomes, Wilfred Alexander
Gomes, Arthur
Gomez, Kenneth
Gonsalves, Arnold
Gonsalves, Cyril
Gonsalves, Lawrence Arthur
Gonsalves, Morris
Gonsalves, Rophine
Goodwin, Basil Carodoc
Goodwin, Harry Leon
Goodwin, James Emanuel
Goodwin, Joseph Warneford
Gordon, Hubert Theophilus
Gordon, Stuart A.
Gore, Rupert
Greenidge, Laurie


Hallpike, Charles Arthur Shand
Hamilton, Alfonso
Hampson, George Alexander
Heath, William Keathly
Hector, Rupert
Henry, Dennis
Henry, Ernest Victor
Henry, Kenneth
Henzell, Frank Louis Peregrine
Hewlett, John Dalrymple
Hilaire, Francis
Hill, Denzil
Horsford, Ivan


Place of Abode.



... City






Hodges Bay
.. City

Jennings
... Willocks
Ovals
.. City
... ,,

Ovals
.. Parham
.. Ovals
... ,,
City

...'City




...Long Lane
... City
... Clare Hall
... Comfort Hall

... City
... Newfield
.. City
...Grays Farm
Blackmans
Newfield
City
... City







...All Saints
--- ,,


... ,,

...Liberta

.. All Saints
... Liberta
... City

Parham
..City


... City

.. Gunthorpes
.. City

... St. Claires
... Ffryes
... City
... Long Island
... City

,


Calling.



Clerk
Shopkeeper
Builder & Contractor

Business Manager
Bakery Manager
Distiller
Electrician
Engineer
Clerk
Mechanic
Overseer
Clerk



Shopkeeper
Clerk
Aircraft Refueller
Mechanic
Clerk


Business Manager

Shopkeeper
Business Manager

Planter
Merchant
Mechanic
Overseer


Engineer
Shopkeeper
Printer
Builder
Planter
Shopkeeper
Clerk

Merchant
Clerk

Shopkeeper


Clerk
Barber
Shopkeeper
Clerk
Barber
Shopkeeper
Clerk


Clerk
Builder & Contractor
Mechanic
Clerk
Shopkeeper
Manager
Land Proprietor
Tailor
Business Manager
Clerk
Dental Mechanic
Clerk


Nature of Qualification.


Salary
Incom


Salary

Incom
Salary

Incom

Salary




Incom
Salary
7,
Incom
Salary

Incom
Salary
Incom


Salary


of
e of
,,
to


50
30
150
It


of 200
S50
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of 200
,, 50
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30
150
Sof 50
,, ,,
,, ,,
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,, 5,,
,, 50


Salary of
Income
Salary of


30

50


Income of 150
Salary of 50


Income of


Salary of
Ineome of
1,
Salary of
Income of

Salary of


Income of

,,
9,
,,


200
50

150
50

200
30

50
200


200
150
30
200
50


,, ,,1
Possessed of 100 acres of land
Income of 30
Salary of 200 ,,
,, 50 ,


Income of ,


Re-
marks.










126 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [27 December, 1956

Jurors' List for the year 1957-(cont'd).


Christian and Surname at length.



Ireland, George
Ireland, Hugh N.
Isaac, Cecil Leonard
Isaac, Earl


James, Alfred
James, George L C.
James, Joshua A.
James, Samuel
Jardine, Morris
Jarvis, Walter Oliver Alexander
Jeffrey, Alfred
John, George Elisha George
Johnson, Clarence
Joseph, Alexis
Joseph, Dennis
Joseph, Thomas Gurthwick Josiah
Joseph, Samuel


Karam, Maurice
Khoury, Elisha
Khoury, Mitchell
Kirwan, Ashley
Knowles, James
Knowles, Oliver


Lake, Henzill
Lake, Arthur
Longford, Egbert
Laurent, Joseph
Laviscount, John
Lewis, George
Lewis, Rupert
Lewis, Walter
Lindsay, Lawson
Looby, Ercille
Lord, Munro
Lovell, Harold
Luke, Richard Keathroy


Mack, Philosese
Martin, Charles
Martin, Euriel
Martin, George
Martin, Arthur
Mason, Keith
Mason, Ernest
Mason, Richard Stephen Smith
Messiah, William Cornelius Adolphus
Matthew, Allen
Matthew, George
Matthews, Griffith
Matthews, Walter
Maynard, Edward Gerald
Maynard, George Edward
Maynard, Lawrence
Medhurst, Howard James
McDonald, Miles
Mellanson, Carol
Mendes, Norris Ferdinand Joseph
Merchant, Charles
Merchant, Joseph
McDonald, Frank
Michael, Claude
Michael, Joseph
Michael, Maurice
Michael, Melville Samuel
Michael, Mitchell


Place of Abode.



.. City

,,
'. ,o
,,

... All Saints
... Golden Grove
.. Factory
...Pigotts
... City

S. ,,
... City
g ,,
... Pwe,,

... ,,
... ,,
... ,,



... City
.. ,,
S... ,,
... ,,
... Powells
... i ,,

Kentish Village
Vernons Road
Carlisle
.. City
,,












... mont
.. Potters
... City
.. Kentish Village
.. York
... City



.. Ottos


... ,,







... Ova,,ls









... Burkes
... Sanderson
.. Pigotts



... City






... & bn
... Gunthorpes
... City
... ,,


... Belmont
.. The Villa
.. Montpellier
... City
... Ottos

SOvals
.. Burkes
... City

... T hbous
... City


Calling.



Shopkeeper
Mechanic
Clerk
Shoemaker


Shopkeeper
Contractor
Electrician
Clerk


Business Manager
Merchant
Stevedore
Clerk
Ship Contractor
Proprietor
Garage Proprietor


Merchant
Clerk
t,
Mechanic

Builder & Contractor


Clerk

Planter
Druggist
Mechanic
Clerk
Druggist
Shopkeeper
Clerk

Overseer
Insurance Agent
Clerk


Joiner
Clerk
Garage Proprietor
Proprietor
Clerk

Mechanic
Planter
Carpenter
IClerk
Dental Mechanic
Mechanic
Garage Proprietor
Clerk


Secretary
Clerk
Overseer
Garage Proprietor
Driver

Watch Repairer
Overseer
Merchant
Clerk
Planter
Merchant


Nature of Qualification.



Income of 50 p.a.


Salary of
Income of


200
30


Income of 30
,, ,,


Salary of



Income of
Salary of

Income of
1,
t


50
30
50
200
30
50

200
30


Income of 30
Salary of 50


Income of
,,


30
50
200
aft


Salary of 50
,, ,,
,, ,,
,, ,,

,, 204
,, 50
Income of 50

Salary of g
it ,,
Income of 30
Salary of 50


Salary of 50


Income of

Salary "of
g,

Income of



Salary of
Income of
Salary of

Income of



Salary of
Income of


Salary of
Salary Of


0


30
50

,1
200
30
50


30
200
Y,
50
200
50
50
30
50


,, ,,
,, ,,
Income of 30

Salary of 200
Income of 150


Re-
marks.


,,

, S.J.
,, S.J.


v









27 December, 1956] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE 127

Jurors' List for the year 1957-(cont'd).


Christian and Surname at length.



'Moore, Hilton
Moore, Walter
Mollyneaux, James
Murphy, Arthur Foster Wall
Murphy, Henry Owen
Murray, Casford Llewellyn
Myers, Joseph Adolphus
VMerchant, Job Alexander


Nanton, Robert
Nunes, Francis

O'Reilly, Timothy
Owen, Charles


Parker, Walter
Pereira, Norris
Perry, Leopold Alexis
Perry, Ernest
Pestaina, Raymond
Peters, Cecil Foster
Philip, Theophilus W.
Philip, Charles
Pigott, Arnold
Pigett, Emil Milo
Punter, Percival


Raeburn, Raymond
.Ramsay, Charles
Ramsay, Rupert
Reid, Lucien McKinley
Richards, Albert
Richards, Berkley
Richards, Simon
Roberts, Arthur
Roberts, Douglas
Roberts, Samuel D.
Roberts, Watman


Salmon, Alfred
Samuel, Josiah
Saunders, Basil
Scholar, Harold
Scott-Johnston, Edward
Sebastian, John Eldridge
Semper, Charles
Semper, David Gordon
Shoul, Anthony
Should, John Ferdinand
Simon, Arnold
Slack, Noel Stevenson
Smith, Christopher
Smith, Robert Henry
Spencer, Colin
Spencer, Frederick Alex.


Tacheira, Kenneth
Terry, James
Thibou, Anderson
Thibou, Icson Cox
"Thibou, Percy
Thomas, James
Thompson, Leslie Alfred
Tomlinson, Auckland
Turner, Alexander
Turner, Edgar
'Tlly, Kenrick


Place of Abode.



... City





.Parham
.. Otto$


City
.. Montpelier

C.. City
.. Gilbert

..City
*- *
Ottos Lane
.. Fort Road
... City
... Gunthorpes
... Ottos Lane
... City
... Giuth



--- ,,

St. Clair
.. City
... Willikies
City
.Fort Road
City
... Johnson's Point
.. Fort Road
.. City
... Fort Road
.. Jennings

... City





.. A.Sl?.
City


... rth Sound
Cunthorpes
.. Hodges Bay
.. Cedar Valley
Ciy

... City

I,



. . ,,
... Hodges Bay
J.. hnson's Point
... City


Calling.



Clerk
Peasant Proprietor
Clerk
Merchant
Clerk
Merchant
Clerk
Painter


Clerk
Manager

Clerk
Overseer


Shopkeeper
Clerk
Druggist
Builder
Clerk
Mechanic
Electrician
Druggist
Clerk
Barber
Boatswain


Clerk
,,
Shopkeeper
Clerk


Dispenser
Builder
Clerk
,,
Carpenter


Tailor
Caterer
Carpe:ter
I *
Business Manager
Shipwright
Shopkeeper
Engineer
Merchant

Clerk'
Planter
Shopkeeper
Hotel Manager
Planter
Shoe-aaker


Business Manager
Tai'or
Clerk
77


MercLant
Clerk
Busin ss Manager
Shipv.right
Artist Painter


Nature of Qualification.


Salary of
Income of
Salary of


Income of
Salary of
F7


50
30
50

200
150
50
,,


Salary of 50
,, 200

,, 50
,, ,,


Income of
Salary
Income

Salary



Income of
Salary of


50
,,
,,
,,




150
50


Salary of 50
7, ,,
Income of 30
Salary of 50
,, ,,
,, ,,
t, ,,
Income of 50
Salary of ,
,, ,,
Income of 30


Income of 50
,, 30
,, ,,


n
Salary of
Income of

Salary of
Income of
,7
Salary of

Income of
Salary of

Income of


Salary of
Income of
Salary of





Income of


200
30

50
150

50
200
30
-200
50
-30


150
30
50



150
50
-200
30
50


7,


,7


,, S.J.
,,

,,
.., S.J.
S.J.
S.J.
,,
,, S.J.





,, S.J.





S.J.
,, S.J.


Re-
makrs.






S.J.
S.J.




S.J.













S.J.









128 THE ANTIGUA, MO'NTSEIRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [December 7,. 19563

Jurors' List for the year 1957-(cont'd).


Christian and Surname at length.




Wade, William
Wallace, Frederick Augustus
Walker, Cecil
Walker, Charles Frederick
Walter, George
Walter, Stanley
Watt, Charles Burkin Anderson
Weathered, Robert
Westcott, Charles
White, Arthur
Williams, Wilfred
Winter, Igal


Yearwood. Keith
York, William Anthony
Younis, Antoine


Place of Abode.




... Ovals
... City
... ,,

.. Barters
.. City
... ,,

... Crosbies
... City



.. Gunthorpes
. City
.."I ,


Calling.


Electrician
Merchant
Dispenser
Photographer
Farmer
Merchant
Clerk

Planter
Clerk
Garage Proprietor
Stevedore


Overseer
Restaurant Proprietor
Merchant


Nature of Qualification.


Income of
Salary of
,,
Income of


Salary of


Income of
Salary of


50
200
50
200
50
200


50
200
30
200


Salary of 50
Income of 30


Dated this 4th day of December, 1956.


CECIL O. BYRON,
Registrar for the Antigua Circuit..


Re-
marks..,




S.J.

S.J.

S.J.
S.J.

S.J.

S.J.









December 27, 1956] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERBAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 129
1528
ACCOUNTS OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY, BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP) FOR THE YEAR, 1955.
Income Account.


To:
Personal Emoluments 135,
Rental of Vaults 1,
Rental of Offices, &c. 1,
Rental of Incinerator-
Trinidad
Incidentals 2,
Telephones
Postage & Telegrams-
Headquarters
.Furniture & Equipment 2,
Printing and Stationery 2,
'Supplies of Notes 133,
Intercolonial Transfers
of Notes 5,
Audit of Accounts 1,
Travelling, &c., Com-
missioners 2,
Agency Fee-Barclays
Bank (D.C.O.) 6,
Bicycle allowances-
Messengers
:Cancelling machines and
Dies
-Supplies of coin 289,
Repatriation of U.K.
coin 10,
Hand trucks for hand-
ling coins & Notes
'Security measures-
Vault at Barbados

'Commission refunded to
Barclays Bank (D.C.O.)
:Surplus transferred to Cur-
rency Fund (Article 4 (3)
(a) of First Schedule to
Currency Ordinance)


By: D
Comr
issi
Comr
red
Coinr


120.00
743.66
287.28

642.71
830.83
727.76
813.36

653.42
240.00

414.71

240.00

72.00

611.32
133.84

100.03

226.16

300.56


To: Currency notes
redeemed for Sterling 3,8601000.00
Loss on Securities
repaid 603.66
Depreciation in value
of Securities 5,051,538.0S
Balance at 31st
December 1955 60,889,824.61


69,801,9C7.07


$
dividends
mission for currency notes
ied
mission for currency notes
eemed
mission for coin issued
Proceeds of sale of 1,900
roof sets British Carib-
in coin in cases
ries


By: Balance at 1st January,
1955
Currency Notes issued for
Sterling
Coin issued for Sterling
Coin issued in exchange for
U.K. coin
Value of 1,900 proof sets coi
sold
Gain on Securities repaid
Gain on Securities sold
Appreciation in value of Securit
Surplus transferred from Income
A/C (Article 4 (3) (a) of Firs
Schedule to Currency Ordi
n nce, 1950)


092.44
198.47
867.83


Net i
p
be;
Sund





















597,316.38

373.71



1,224,665.43

1,822,355.52

Currency Fund.


$
1,765,547.88

23,174.36

19,300.00
818.79


13,423.50
90.99





























1,822,355.52



62,082,339.70

5,297,000.00
331,150.00

801,000.00
n
1,776.50
10,887.14
19,116.16
ies 34,032.14
e
it
i-
1,224,665.43

69,801,967.07








130 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [December 27,1256;
Surplus Account.


To: Balance
For distribution as shown
hereunder:-
Trinidad & Tobago 414
British Guiana 188.
Barbados 75
Antigua 13.
St. Kitts 12,
Montserrat 4,
St. Lucia 18
Dominica 13.
St. Vincent 9,
Grenada 11


761,337.61


,901.97
,591.81
,436.72
,578.62
,069.88
,526.20
,104.82
759.66
052.42
,315.51


761,337.61


By: Balance at 1st January,
1955
Amount repaid by Government
of Dominica


$

754, 67.256

6,970.36


761,337.61


Assets and Liabilities as at 31st December, 1955.


IA ABILITIES.


Currency Fund
Currency Surplus Account
Suspense Account-Unpaid
Claims


Barclays Bank (D.C.O.) deposit for
issue of Currency Notes and
Coin


60,889,824.61
761,337.61

6.63


61,651,168.85


5,085,600.00


The above accounts have been examined in
accordance with Article 7 of the First Schedule to
Chapter 35, No. 2 (Trinidad and Tobago). I have
obtained all the information and explanations that
I have required, and I certify, as a result of this
Audit, that in my opinion the Accounts are correct,
subject to the observations contained in the attach-
ed Report.

I. MACKAY,
Director of Audit.
28 June, 1956.


ASSETS.


Securities held by Crown Agents 50,8
On deposit in Crown A'ents
Joint Colonial Fund 8,1
On deposit with Accountant
General, Trininad & Tobago 1,2
On deposit in Barclays Bank
Current Account
Advances-Government of:
Trinidad & Tobago
British Guiana
St. Lucia
Dominica
St. Kitts
United Kingdom Coin shipped to
Crown Agents for redemption
by Mint
United Kingdom coin in the Commis-
sioners Vaults awaiting shipment
for redemption by Mint 2

61,(


24,441.38;

787,466.30-

208,068.50,

4,075.00

6,172.26.
5,253.51
6,572.82-
487.75.
1,041.33


49,585.00


S58,005.00Q

551,16~.85,


Market value at 31st December, 1955
of Securities held by Crown Agents
for Oversea Goverineitits and
Administrations 5,085,600.00('


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency BoardL








Decembl)er 27, 1956] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 131
Report of the Director of Audit of Trinidad and Tobago on the Accounts of the Board of
the Commissioners of Currency, British Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group) for
the year ended the 31st December, 1955.
The Currency Ordinance became effective with respect to coin from 1st July, 1955.
2. By legislation proclaimed in Trinidad, British Guiana and Dominica, Currency Notes issued by
thel Government of Jamaica were made legal tender, being interchangeable at par with British Caribbean
'Currency Notes, from 1st October, 1955. Evidence of the proclamation of similar legislation in the other
Territories of the group has not been seen.
-,Currency Fund Income Account

3. Income for the year exceeded expenditure by $1,224,665 43, all of which was transferred to
sthe Currency Fund Acco:iun in accordance with Article 4 (3) a of the First Schedule to the Currency
.Ordinance, Chapter 35, No. 2 (Trinidad and Tobago).

4. As in previous years, the accounts for 1955 have been presented on a cash basis. All expendi-
4ture for the year has been duly authorised.
5. The value of the Currency fund at 31st December, 1955, amounted to $60,889,824.61 which
-was $957,193.89 less th:n the value of notes and coin in circulation totalling $61,847,018.50. This
-deficiency was mainly due to the depreciation in the market value of securities which amounted to
:$5,017,506.66 for the year. The Secretary of State may in the circumstances issue a directive to the
-participating Governments in accordance with Article 6 (2) of the First Schedule to the Currency Ordi-
nance, but it is noted that no action was taken to distribute the balance of $761,337.61 held in the
.Surplus Account during 1955.
Assets and Liabilities
6. Statements have been received from the Crown Agents showing the securities and cash held on
behalf of the Board. The Certificate of the Controller and Auditor General for the balances held at 31st
December, 1954, has been seen. The Certificate for the balances at 31st December, 1955 has not yet
been submitted for audit. The amount held on deposit with the Accountant General has been verified
-with the Treasuiy records, and that with Barclays Bank (D. C. 0.) confirmed by Bank Certificate.
Boards of Surrey-Notes
7. Regulation No. 20 of the Currency (Notes) Regulations, 1951, was not observed in the follow-
iing instances:-
Grenada-No ordinary surveys were held in the 1st and 3rd quarters. No surprise survey was
carried out.
Dominica-No ordinary survey was was held in the 3rd quarter. No surprise survey was
carried out.
St. Lucia-Four ordinary surveys were held during the year, two being carried out in the 3rd
quarter, but none in the 2nd. No surprise survey was held.
,Boards of Survey-C'oin
8. Coins were received by the various territories during October and November, 1955, but surveys
avere held during the last quarter of the year as required by Regulation No. 10 of the Currency (Coins)
Regulations, 1955, only in the following places:-
Trinidad
British guiana-
St. Vincent
Antigua
Issue of Coins for SIrling
9. In the following cases issues of coins for sterling were made for amounts less than the minimum
of $25,000.00 prescribed in the Currency (Coins) Regulations, 1956, No. 7 (1):-
Date of Issue C(olony Amount Issued
$ c.
9th November, 1955 .... .... Dominica .... .... .... 2,400.00
28th November, 1955 .... .... Antigua .... .... .... 2,0 0.00
1st Decembe,', 1955 .... .... Dominica .... .... .... 12,000.00
23rd December, lt515 .... .... Dominica .... .... .... 10,500.00
Audited Statements from Paiticipating Colonies
10. Audited Sratemrents of Currency transactions during 1955 have not been received from British
Guiana. Verificatilon has been effected with the Vault Book Returns received from this Territory by the
Executive Commissioner of the Board at Port-of-Spain.
I. MACKAY,
8th June, 1956. Director of Audit.








132 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [December 27,195&
Memo by Executive Commissioner on Report of Director of Audit, Trinidad and Tobago, on
Accounts of the Board of Commissioners of Currency, British Caribbean Territories
(Eastern Group) for the Year ended 31st December, 1955.
Paragraph 5. Participating Governments agreed not to claim; during 1955,. their share of the sur-
plus for the year 1954 so that funds would be available for the minting and issue of British Caribbeanm
coins and the redemption of United Kingdom coins. The surplus was claimed and distributed in 1956..

Paragraph 7. The attention of the Administrators of Grenada, Dominica and St. Lucia have been,
drawn to the necessity for ensuring that Boards of Survey are held as required by the Regulatiors.

Paragraph 8. The arrival of coins late in 1955 was no doubt the reason for the omission of some-
Colonies to appoint Boards and cause surveys to be held before 31st December, 1955.

Paragraph 9. It was realized by the Board soon after the commencement of the operation of issuing-
British Caribbean coins and withdrawal from circulation of United Kingdom coins that the minimum surm
of $25,000 provided in the Currency (Coins) Regulations for the issue of coins for sterling could not be-
adhered to during the period of the operation. In order that the operation should not be delayed and
general inconvenience caused, the Board authorised the issue of coins for sterling of a value less th:in the-
minimum provided by the Regulations during the period of the exchange operation and pending submis-
sion of proposals for amending the Regulation for the consideration of the Secretary of State for theta
Colonies.

L. SPENCE.
E'xecutice Commissioner
British Caribbean Currency Boardc
Headquarters, British Caribbean Currency Board,
Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad.
1st August, 1956.


































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Government Printe.--By Authority.
1956.
[Price 26 cents.1







No. 38 of 1956.


Work men's Comnpensation
(Amendment).


[LUS.]


I ASSENT,
P. )D.


MACDONALDI),
Acting Governor.
21st December, 1956.


ANTIGUA.

No. 33 of 1956.

An Ordinance to amend the Workmen's Compen-
sation Ordinance, 1956.
[By Proclamation]


Commence-
ment.


ENACTED by the I. .;tn l:the of the Colony
of Antigua.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Workmen's Compensation (Amrendment) Ordi-
nance, 1956, and shall be read as one with the
Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956, here- 24/1956.
inafter called the Principal Ordinance.

2. After section 53 of the Principal Ordi- Addition of
nance the following section shidl be inserted:- new section.


54. The Workmen's Compensation
Act, 1937, as amended, is hereby repealed."


3. The sections of the Principal Ordinance
specified in the first column- of the Schedule to
This Ordinance are hereby amended by the
S substitution of the word Colony for the word


A (^ z^ r


Repeal.
1111937
8/1939
16/1941.


Substitution
of '' Colony"
for Presi-
dency" in cer-
tain setions.


i NTIGUA.







ANTIGUA. 2 Workmen's Compensation No. 33 of 1956.
(Amendment).

"Presidency to the extent specified in the second
column of the Schedule.
Commelnce- 4. This Ordinance shall come into operation
ment. on a date to be appointed by the Governor by
proclamation published in the Gazette.


ALEC LOVELACE,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 10th day
of December, 1956.


F. A. CLARKE,
(lerk of the Councal.


SCHEDULE.

Section. Extent of Amendment.

2 Subsection (1)--in the second line of the definition of
employer" and the fourth and fifth lines of paragraph
(f) of the proviso to the definition of workman ".
16 Subsection (1)-in line fourteen of sub-paragraph (i) and
in line seven of sub-paragraph (ii) of the proviso to
paragraph (e).
17 In the second line and the marginal note.
24 Subsection (1) -in the fourth line of the second proviso.
33 Subsection (1)-in the sixth and tenth lines and in the
fifth line of paragraph (e).
34 Subsection (1)-in the fourth and tenth lines.
Subsection (4) -in the sixth and seventh lines.










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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 74.


Proclamation dated December 22, 1956, bringing into
operation the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance,
1956 (No. 24/1956).
BY THE GOVERNOR.
A PROCLAMATION.
ALEC LOVELACE,
Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 53 of the Workmen's Compensa-
tion Ordinance, 1956 (No. 24/1956) it is provided that the said
Ordinance shall come into operation on a day to be appointed by
the Governor by proclamation published in the Gazette.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, ALEC LOVELACE, a Member of
tin Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Administrator
of the Colony of Antigua, do by this my proclamation declare
that the said Ordinance shall come into operation on the lst day
of January, 1957.

AND all Her Majesty's loving subjects in the Colony of
A ,,;ua and all others whom it may concern are hereby required
to take due notice hereof and to give their ready obedience
accordingly.

GIVEN at the Administrator's Office, Antigua,
this 22nd day December, 1956, in the fifth
year of Her Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN





Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BLACKMAN. Government Printer,-By Authority.
1966
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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 75


Proolamation dated December 22, 1956, bringing into
operation the Workmen's Compensation (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1956 (No. 33/1956).
BY THE GOVERNOR.
A PROCLAMATION.
ALEC LOVELACE,
Administrator.

WHEREAS by section 4 of the Workmen's Compensation
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1956 (No. 33 of 1956) it is provided
that the said Ordinance shall come into operation on a day to be
appointed by the Governor by proclamation published in the
Gazette.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, ALEC LOVELACE, a Member of
the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Administrator
of the Colony of Antigua, do by this my proclamation declare
that the said Ordinance shall come into operation on the 1st day
of January, 1957.
And all Her Majesty's loving subjects in the Colony of
Antigua and all others whom it may concern are hereby required
to take due notice hereof and to give their ready obedience
accordingly.

GIVEN at the Administrator's Office, Antigua,
this 22nd day of December 1956, in the fifth
year of Her Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!




Printed at the Government Printing Offioe, Antigua, Leeward Islands.
by B. M. BLAOKMAN, M.B.E., (nvernment Printer.-By Authtority.
1956.
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