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Language: English
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
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Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
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 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
General Note: Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.
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Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

Table of Contents
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        Page 3
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        Page 6
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 29 of 1956: Development (Purchase of Claremont) Loan Ordinance, 1956
        Page A-1
        Page A-2
        Page A-3
        Page A-4
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 23 of 1956: Animals (Importation) Control Regulations, 1956
        Page B-1
        Page B-2
        Page B-3
        Page B-4
        Page B-5
        Page B-6
        Page B-7
        Page B-8
        Page B-9
        Page B-10
        Page B-11
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 40A of 1956: Interpretation and General Clauses (Extension of term "Governor") (Exceptions) Order, 1956
        Page C-1
        Page C-2
        Page C-3
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TH1' 1IIkS'D Y, JAU,:Y 15


No. 2.


British Nationality Regulations, 1948.
Undor Regulation 6 (b;) o!' the
British Nationality Regulations, 1948.
His Excellency th r Acting Governor
has been pls;iF'd to direct that. where
an application for the registration !of
a person a a citizen of the i- .t...d
Kingdimin :rid Colonies in accordance
with the pirov:isions of tie British
Nationality Hegnlations. 1948. is
made to tlire Gvernor. such registra-
tion shall, if the application is granted,
he elected in the Leeward Islands at
the Office of the Ch(ief S,.cretary, inl
the (Citv of Saint Johin's in tile
Island of Antigua.

2. Under Uerulaiinm 9(i)(/) of thei
British Nationality RIlrfulatirons. 1948,
His Exctllenec tile Acti;n]r (Governor'
has als,, heen pleased toi direct that,
wher-, ; e(-1rtificate of naturalization is
granted i thie Governor. the oath of
allegtiaice required Iby Sectlion 10(1)
of the Priish Nation:lity Acit. 1948.
to be taken shall h- Iri'.st'lerd in the
Leeward Islands at the Office of the
Chief Secretary, in tihe City of Saint
John's in th'- Island of Antigua.

3. This notice ilupersedes the
notice on this subject which was
published in the Lecnarnd Islands
Gazi t of ti" 29th .l tune. 1950.

Dat, d the 24th day of December.
1956.

By His Excellency's Command.

C. S. Roberts.
Acting Chi!r 'erreta ry.

Ofr of /te Chief S/:rer'try,
Leerwrd Islands,
At Antigua,
241h DI)eembnr, 1."..
Ref. No. 17/00067- II


GERMAN CONSULAR REPRESNTA-
TION.


It is notified for general informa-
tion that. pending the receipt of his
Commission of Appointment and
the subsequent issue of Her Maj-
esty's Exrquainr. Mr. BURKHARD
FREIHEIlti VON MlUELLENHEIM-
RECHBERt( has been accorded pro-


S2 7 ?7


vision l Irecot> itin ;s (,ot n -r l ,i
Gierimani aIt \i, istn. Jamraica, with
juri lictinr over e h teritori es lo i
.Jaainar, t, thie lial;iam is, Hl rinr il.
Hrilish Honduras amnd thie Leewar'i
Islarnd.


A v'/a.
27th lkec r tmr. I196.
Ref. No. 491oOIi)l



A Cerrificate oif Naturalistii on
No. 2 of 196it (lied the 241h !Noveim-
berl 1956. has bi-,n grantedd 1o Mir.
.losE' FluI1MINi h)E n Street, St. .lohn's. Antir gla, lnde" tle
British Nationality Act, ]P'4<8.

'hief ,',ear'tn i ;',s Oj/!rr.

A/. A iinig ut.
21tiD !)e eoller, 1)' 9 ;
ite bo. Io. ).-/(O 2 .


No. 1.

Appointments and transfers etc.,
in the public service, with -tl r trom
the dalts stated. are published for
general init'rorilntionl:-

Caines, A. A., Principal, Treasury.
Montserrat. to be Assistant Account-
ant (Income Tax), Treasury. Anti-
gra. Nov. 22

Edwards. R., Certificated Elementary
School Head Teacher Class II, to
be Certificated Elemenitary School
Head Teacher Class I, Edu hcation
Department. Antigua. .Jan. 1

Francis, R., Farml Foreman to Iei
Airricultural Assistant IIIB, Agri-
cultural Department, Antinga.
Jan. 1

Massiah, G., Certilicated Elementary
School Assistant (Class II, to be
certificate d Elementary School
Head Teacher Class II, Education
Department. Antigua. .Jan. 1

Samuel, D., Prison Officer, Grade Ill,
to be Petty Officer, Class II, Regis-
trar's Office, Antigua. April 1

2. Please note that date of ap-
point of Messrs. A. Lightfoote and
Chas. Walters as Petty Officers Class I
anid Class II (Bailiffs) respectively
should read 1st April instead of 1st
.January, 1957.


No. 2.

The Atiirg iov'rnr hao i tliis i ay
hi---n ple (I toi a;s nt tl o tlie under-
entrio i ( ri litnllce's :--

A nltidtI/.

N,,. :4 oIf I! '. Tih Public
Itealth Ordirnaice. 195d ".
31st D-ceimbnr. 1;56
--t iN 7 1ni51.t

No. 35 of 1956, 'ih Al)ro)pria-
tion (1957) Ordinance, 1956 ".

31st Dt--nemb)er, 1956;
r f. N t. t7,0r(S7

No. 36 of 19)56, 'Thei Governnent
Electric i.'y lce and Cold Siwruia Oi'ri-
n11;n'e. 19i56 ". 31st DI ecemi r. 1956
L' No. 7/1ol 71.

No. 37 of' 1 "-.,. The Supplt jwjn-
tarY Appropiriation (1953) Ordilance.
195lt ". 31st DeIem1ber, 105li
Itef. No. 17il O1 5(.
No. 38 of 1i.'.., "The City Rate
(Aimenmii ent) Ordinance, 1956 ".

31st Decembei, 1956
Ref. No. 47!'i0480.

No. 39 of 1956, "I'lie Suimretry
,Jurisdiction Act (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1956 "
31st December, 1956
tf. No. 47t)170 .79.
Mlontserraif.

No. 21 of 1956, "'The Forestry
Ordinance, 1956 ".
27th December, 1956


No. 24 of 1956. "The Enactment
(Leeward Islands Acts) Ordinance,
1956 ". 31st December, 1956
Ref. No. 47/00472.

Virgin Islands.

No. 23 of 1956, "The Supple-
mentary Appropriation (1955) Ordi-
nance. 1956 ".
28th December, 1956
Ief. No. 47/00140.

No. 24 of 1956, The Development
(Electricity and Cold Storage) Loan
Ordinance, 1956 ".
2Jth December, 1956
Ref. No. 47/00453);.
Chief Secrreta ry/'. Office,
Leeward Is lnd.s,
Antiq iu.
t./ a. ry, 195,)7.


VOL. II.


ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT

AND

VIIGI ISLAND DIS GAZETTE.

u!iished by authority.






4 ]'1] E AN P UA, A ONITS l: \'I' AN- I) W I it IN! ISLN I)S G AZE El,.


No. 3.


'lTh- following Ordin:lanc, anl Stat-
tory Roill s and Orders are circula-
tel 'iLh this Gazette and form pNr!n
tlir I':-
OlDI )1 NANCE.



N,. 2. of 1) 56. ihe Deveoipuwliit
(plni hi' ase of (.l nI 1I I I Loani Ordi-
iiant. 1. 95(; ". i pp. Price 7 'croi.

STA\TUTORY I IiLA', & OIIl ,S.

JhMtse;'n itl

No(,. *3 o f I1),'i. k I. Animi S I t

195Gi." 11 pp. Pri'irc 15 cents.

Virf/in 1qlatN8.

No. 40A of' I195(, '" Tie Interpireta-
tion, and General (Clases (Extension
of term Governor ") ( LExceptions)
Order. 1956.." 3 pp. PIice' 5 c't0s.


TIRAD)E MARKS OFFICtl
ANT'I'UA, 17th Deceimbeir, '195(6.

PHIILIP MORRIS INCO.POiA-
TED of 100 Park Avenue, New
York, State of New York. have
applied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting iof the following:--


5PUD

in) Chles .15 that is to say:- Cigirettes,
cigars and tobacco products.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade AMark in
respect of the said goods for 32 years
before the late of their said Applica-
tion.

Any person may within three
month from the date of thi first
appearance of this Advertiseriiint in
the -Atiea. Mlonl .t,' rat 'd 1J rg('i
Islai!,, oia,:'e!'/e. iive noliice ii' dupli-
cate a; the Tradd' Marks QOih',-. Anti-
gua, ,f' oppositio-) to registration of
the ;-aid Trade Mark.

CECIL 0. IYRON.,
IReyist,(irar of Tri'' ( .1/i, /;s.


-' :A"F'C NOTICE.

The Vehicles & Road Traffl
Ordinance, 1946.


.- -
By virtue f' thb' pow, rs r'on :-'cd
0on ]ie in *,e1ti,, 2 of lh1, V h-ii'les
Uan %',,d Trallih ,'diminwe, 196
(N o. 5 o,!' 1:1 ) I h ,rol)\ lix ;h
ppi I hir-,eunder i'or Ith- ihtitng ofl
vehi,,'+.v
U il i'lfurthir notice, (th lighting
peril of v..'hicles shall K) from
5.45 i.m. 't 610 a.m.
Datedi this 31st (lay of December,
1956.
E_. V. J.AMEs.
Tiaftlic ( m1)io,, ione,.
12th Dec-inhr, 1.' 1.'
Ref. No. :!;,) ()07.


TENDERS FOR GROCERIES ETC.


'I'he following tenders mv-e been
:i-cepted for the supply of the under-
m( iiti'ond items to (ioverninent
I itnstitutio)n, fr the period ending
..' I w ,une, 19". 7:


GROCERIES.


Geo. W. B. Bryson & Co. Ltd.

Milk 114.50 per cs of 18 --14l oz.
l(unsweetened) tills
Milk 17.00 per c/s of 48 -14 oz.
(sweetened) tils
V .-. ,., Soda 12 cents iper lb.
Blue (L;inldry) ',15 cniits per box


(I)l
Rice-
Super
I t Qual
2iid Qi
Flour
Cornllea
Clhese

Fish (dri
and Salt
Fisli pii

Provwn
\Vashiid
l white
l'h ir lPo
Fat Backl
IJBef- pi
or salt(
PIotat oes
Onions
Soap
Eggs









S''dines


h'ie f (call

Piickled
Less P(
Snoiiuts

Si:led 1t
Snotuts
fickled t
\Mess P(
Other

i'i !kled !
0tl(er


Lake & Co. Ltd.

delivered to Instittiions)

-. -. pier lag of 177 lbs.
ity 24.15 .;'
ality 21.1 ,
09.6 .. of 100 lbs.
I J10.2.
93.5. per 5 11l. tin
.G5 per 12 oz. tin
eI)
ted .310 per 1 lb.
ckledl .3

1.L() per bag of 249 lbs.
2(6.25 .,
S11.3 ,, of 112 11)s.
rk or
.40 per lb.
ckled
1 .45
.)8
.12
.15 per 21 lb. bar
.10 oaech
e 2.520 per 5 l1). tinll
2. I 5 ,,

James P ;oit.


ild)e) S5.28 I ie 5 I. in
1.0(l .. I -,
butter 1.20 ., 5
14.20 per ea. rton of
100-31} oz. tins
15 per till
ned) 2,3.00I case of 18-
12 oz. tins
iMeat-



irk
78.00 per )a r r e I of

Pork
.-iS( per 1l).



200) lbs.
)ork
.3;S lir Ib.

Internatiorai House.


\uitignall Edibile
OilH


,i.2.88 per gallon in
drums of .45 gals.
or less.


MILK -YFesh.


Angelo 93rre;o.

Le|)'r Home 14 cts. 'er little (26 o(.)
delivered
11olbprton
I opital .'. 10) bottles daily

Antigua Syndicate Tslates Ltd.

IIlierton 14 (cr!ets per 26 ox;. bottle
11 spital ilelivered
30( 1( hittles daily.

Mrs. Lyda Hall.

Iolberton
flospital (Bala -e, ofI ri Iuirenlents)
lAunatic Asyluii
and Fiennes
Institute i ce't ier 26 (o. bottles
delivered.

BREAD.

Eugene Jardine.


15 cents plr i!. delivered.


k ;.OSFNE OIL.

S. R. Mendes, Ltd.

Current wholesale price at time of
delivery less duty.

fiSH Fresh.

Sea-Foods Traders
(Wm. Jeffrey).

(Delivered to I lstitutions.)

(rade I 3 o centst s per lb. ('I' .,-l
Grade II 30 ,.
Grade III 25.
To all Institutions exceptt the.
Leper Ho me).

P d A I -i N/Ft-if o ,' 1 (, ,'.,.
I "i ii ,
.".'; ]Dcembe', 1 956.

,?,,. Pi. PW C. H!1:!.;


RAINFtALL F!). i:.;ES.

Central Exp riiment Station.
A ntiscua.


mlujntlh.


Miar.

A prit
May
.jiui}


ii- ;0 1 i.
3. 1 !!, .49


.Iiy s.: .21 :.47 _1 ; 4.29
Aug's t ,SL 1t3 ". 15) 5.',: ,,2.2, 5.57


Sept.


October i.1) 'i 5 4 62 5 i;0 .58
November i.9 .21 1.51 -19 3.34
To 29th Dec. l 82 :.27 3.08 2.33 1.78
5>.14 31.23 12.7(; :5.79 43.57


9I i') 56


Ja. :I II 3it 21G 5,15
Feb. I 12 2j. ('- 1.23


- 1.40
1.75 3.83


S..1 :13.32 I1A7 _72


1


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January 3, 1957] THE ANTI(~GUA, .\ M NTE R AT ND VIl IN ISLANDS GAZETTE 5

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANT'IGA. l7tlh December, 1956.

LIBBY MNEILLIBY MIBBY of Chicao, lliinois i. .:. '. ii:ive applied for Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:-





.- ....








C Olass 42 that is to say: Canned fools nim ly, bv', -1, pork, im iit: ;1'1 p )'ltr.-, an(l their products,. salmon and
salmon paste, soups, fruits, vgetali's i horri m'. Ifrui, miuttr's~,jamns a iid mliarmHlade.s, mnicemieat, spaghetti,
plum puddings and (:cidensed and eva;pr;oatd n lk.

The Applicants claim ,hat they have, used tihe s till ''radie \ maki i:i respect of ithe ;said goos since 1897 before
the date of their said ApplicatiTn.

Any e mayerson m wii t three months I'm m C the ,]ite :id th fir-~t alpjxleram:i- of this Adverti,''menit in the
Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin Islnnds (G1aittr. ,givc Iiotii,. itn liuple;t e at the Trade Marks Otlice, .ntigua, of
opposition to --.'isil ,.iti.in of the said Trade Ma;k.

Cecil 0. Byron,
'eqliyst rar of T'hi'rde Marks.


'TIRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTfGUA, 17th D)eccmer, 1956.


BENSON & IHEDI);F of 100 Park \V, n:ir N,- V-r.,' Sttite
.*1:trIl'no of one Trade Mark consisting of thi ft!!liwii:.:-


ifl N-wV2'York,, U.S.A, have applied for


40,
4':~r~ *1''SLT _






4
Lr I TE






U v
V .0U. '

Q
4~5


in Class 45, that is to say: Ci'::iti,'-t-

The Applicants elaum :I I li th hariv
before the date of their s;aid Aippli ..ion.


'iei tm- sm m 1 i 'itbI irk in rop-jet of the sait!m n fr aev'n or


Any person may within tni'- iii',niis fron : d 'e ,of tvi firt appui'ranc" ofi tlih- dvmrtisi-ment in the
Antitga, Montserrat & Virgin Iulsands (amt,, ( ..iv. ,l *!;iiat, ;>t .'e Trade MNrks iftic-, Antigua, of
*opposition to registration of tii sai:t Tra;de M:. k.
Cecil 0. Byron,
L t,'/'i tarl' of Ti' ad Markle s.





6 THE ANTIGUA, O()NTSE ; ii.\ 7 i i:N ISLANDS GAZETTE [January 3. D:i57.
TRADE MARKS OFFICiE,
ANTUI( A, 17th December, 1956
ANGELO BARRETO olf 1 So:is Vii : im\. tt. ihas applied for RI gistration of two Trade V1.,rk.,
consisting of th'v following::-


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U ~ r
II 7.-


/:i







(E~l.P


t;'*.'" 'f~ b.
4-a



SpeCially Blen et- ,l & k "'
I
-7 a : :'J '. Ri,,. i
i U
-'~ i: ', .

Specially Blended, ,~hle. & S Ic! r .
i,1' /


in Class 43 that is to say: Ferminted liuor andI spirits
The Applicant claim th;it lh has used tllh said
the date of his said Application.


Trade Marks in respect of the said igods for ten y< a;s before


Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertis-meont in the
Antiguat Monserrat {- Virgin T.slaiId opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.
Cecil 0. Byron,
Registrar of Trade Marks.














Printed at the tGovi rnment Print ing Office. Antigtu. L. LMw:rd IslL, by. Ml. LACKMAN, M.B.E,
Government Printe r. Iy Autihority.
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[Pricz 3,3 ca-nts.}


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No. 29 of 1956. Development ( Puircht. oft I .i'.
Claremont) Loan.



IL.S.] 'vO


I ASSNT, 1957
P. D. MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.
S11th December, 1. I ,







ANTIGUA.

No. 29 of 1956.

An Ordinance to authorise the raising of a loan
for an amount of twenty-four thousand
dollars to provide part of the funds required
for the purchase of Claremont Estate.
[lljh December, 1956] Commence-
ment.
WH EREAS it is expedient to raise a loan
of twenty-four thousand dollars for the purpose
.pecifilil in the Schedule hereto:
ENACTED by the Legislature of the
Colony of Antigua:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Development (Purchase of Claremont) Loan
Ordinance, 1956.
2. The Governor is hereby authorised to Authority to
raise a loan of an amount sufficient to produce Governor to
borrow
as nearly as may be the sum of twenty-four s-,s.i,
thousand dollars and such further sums as may
"be n,'ceeary to defray the expenses of issue.
32A, .7lt
A 42(1 i








ANXrrIG '2 Decelopmeut (Purchase of No. 29 of 1056
Claremont) Loan.

Security for 3. The principal moneys and interest
loan. represented by the loan issued under the provi-
sions of this Ordinance are hereby charged upon
and shall be payable out of the general revenues
and assets of the Colony.
Method ut 4. The loan hereby authorised or any
raising loan. part of it may be raised in London under the
s81950. provisions of the General 'Loan and Stock
Ordinance, 9!50, or, notwithstanding anything
to the contrary in the said Ordinance, indepen-
dently of that Ordinance, as the Governor or the
Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and
Administrations acting, on his behalf may decide.
Application of 5. (1) Any sum raised to defray the
loan. expenses of issue shall be applied only to that
purpose.
(2) Save as aforesaid, the money to be
borrowed under lith authority of this Ordinance
shall be appropriated and applied to the purpose
sl"'ciii. I in the Schedule hereto.
Constitution 6. (1) If any loan hereby authorised shall
finndn be issued under the provisions of the General
payment of Loan and Stock Ordinance, 1950, then the contri-
interest. ,bution to Sinking Fund as contemplated by the
provisions of sections 14 and 2s of the General
Loan and Stock Ordinance, 1990, as the case may
be, shall commence in respect of any issue under
this Ordinance not later than one year after the
date from which the interest on such issue shall
commence to run.
(2) If any loan hereby authorized is raised
independently of the General Loan and Stock
Ordinance, 1950, then the following provisions
shall apply:-
(a) so long as any portion of the loan
remains outstanding the Governor shall in
each half-year ending with the day on which
-the interest on the loan falls due appropriate
out of the general revenues and assets of
the Colony a sum equal to one half-year's
interest on the whole of the loan outstanding







No. 29 of 1956. Development (Purchase of 3 ANTIG A.
C'laremont) Loan.
and shall remit that sum to the Crown
Agents for Oversea Governments and
Administrations at such time as will enable
them to pay thereout the then current half-
year's interest on the day on which it falls
due;
S(b) the Governor shall also in each
half-year ending as aforesaid appropriate out
of, the said revenues and assets of the
Colony for the formation of'a sinking fund
for the repayment of the loan at par an
additional sum in respect of the total
nominal amount of the loan outstanding
equal to one-half of the annual contribution
to be decided upon by the Governor on the
issue of the loan and shall remit that sum
to the Crown Agents for Oversea Govern-
ments and Administrations with the remit-
tance hereinbefore mentioned:
Provided that the said contribution
shall commence not later than one year
after the date from which the interest on
the loan shall commence to run;
(c) the aforesaid contribution shall be
not less than such amount as may be
determined with the approval of the
Secretary of State to be sufficient to
redeem the loan at its due date;
(d) the Crowin Agents for Oversea
Governments and Administrations shall
invest so much of the money so remitted
to them as aforesaid as shall not be required
for the payment of interest for the current
half-year in the purchase of such securities
as may be approved by the Secretary of State
as a sinking fund for the final extinction of
the debt and the Crown Agents for Oversea
Governments and Administrations shall also
invest the dividends, interest or produce of
such of investments in the purchase of like
sc-curities and may from time to time with
the approval of the Secretary of State change







ANTIGUA. 4 Development ( Purchase of No 29 of 1956.
Claremont) Loan.

any such investments and shall hold such
funds in trust for tlhe repayment of the
principal moneys for the time being
represented by the loan;
(e) in case the sinking fund provided
for by this Ordinance shall be insufficient
for the payment of all the principal moneys
borrowed under the authority of this
Ordinance at the time the same shall have
become due the Governor shall make good
the deficiencies out of the general revenues
and assets of the Colony.


ALEC LOVELACE,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 1st day
of October, 1966.

F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk: of the Council.

SCHEDULE.

Part purchase Claremont Estate .2 1,000.













ANTIGUA.
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MONTSERRAT.

STATUTORY IULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 23.


The Animals (Importation) Control Regulations, 1956,
dated July 13, 1956. made by the Governor in Council
under section 14 of the Animals (Diseases and Importa-
tion) Ordinance, 1954 (No. 15 of 1954).


1. CITATION. These Regulations may he cited as the Ani-
inals (Iiimp;attiuont) Control RegIulations, 1956.
2. INTERI 'i TATION For the I)urposes of these Regula-
tionls--
t10uF8-
"aniinal shall not include a fish;
vessel means any ship, schooner, shlop, boat, or other
floating craft.
3. IM PORTATION oF ANIM xar. Noannimal shall tle imported
into the (Colony I except in accordance with-

(a) the provisions of these Regulations, and
(i) the terms of a permit granted by the Inspector.
4. JANDING OF ANIMALS. (1) No nimial shall he landed
at any port oth-r than Plymonth or at any airport oiher than
B1lackburln Airfield.
(2) Notwithstanding the provision of paragraph (1) of
tiis regulations the Inspector may in his absolute discretion grant
a permit i l writing for ain 'nimn to Ie landed ;at such port or
>uceh airpo' rand upon such conditiiTons as nay be specified in
such permit.
(3) Every animal before being landed shall be subject to
inspection by the Inspector who may-
(a) if satisfied-
(i) that any such animal is suffering from any
disease; or
(ii) that any condition of a permit permitting
Sthe importation of any such animal has not
'i/ '" been complied with.
refuse permission for any such animal to be landed; or









(b) grant permission for any such animal to be
landed either unconditionally or subject to such conditions
as he may impose.
(4) No animal shall be landed without the prior written
permission of the Inspector.
5. INSPECTION AND DISINFECTION O(F VESSELS AND Am-
CHAFT CARRYINCG ANIMALS. Where any vessel or aircraft by
which animals are being imported arrives in the Colony, the
following provisions shall have effect:-
(a) The agents or owners of the vessel or aircraft
shall notify the Inspector of the fact that animals are being
imported by such vessel or aircraft.
(b) The master or captain and the agents or owners
of such vessel or aircraft shall ,ir., Il every facility to the
Inspector for the proper inspection of such animals.
(c) The master or captain of such vessel or aircraft
shall take such measures as the Inspector may direct for
the cleaning and disiiifection of all stalls and boxes in and
of any portion of the vessel or aircraft used for the trans-
portation of animals req uire d to be quarantined in
accordance with these regulations or with a licence granted
by the Inspector.

6. (uaRANnTIN OF ANIMALS. (1) Subject to the provi-
sions of regulations 4 and 7 of these. Regulations, andi if so
required by the Inspector, every animal upon being landed in
the Colony shall bhe removed by such means, in such manner and
subject to such conditions as the Inspector may direct to a
quarantine depot approved by such Inspector and for the pur-
pose of quarantine and kept in quarantine for such period as the
Inspector may direct.
(2) The release from quarantine of any animal shall be
subject to and dependent upon the result of re-inspection and
of any diagnostic examination and any tests which the Inspector
may deem necessary to employ for the detection of the disease.

(3) Notwithstanding the expiry of the period of quaran.
tine directed by the Inspector under paragraph (1) of this
regulation no animal shall be removed from any quarantine depot
without the prior written permission of the Inspector and such
permission may be either unconditional or subject to such
conditions as may be specified,








(4) The expenses of Iand incidental to the keeping in
quarantine of an animal 'shall be borne Lb the consignee of such
animal.
(5) Every animal shall be kept in quarantine at the risk
of the consignee.
(6) When any animal while in quarantine in accordance
with the provisions of these Regulations develops or, in the
opinion of the Inspector, shows symptoms of any disease the
spread of which would endanger the health of live-stock in the
Colony, such animal may, with the approval of the Governor, be
destroyed without payment of compensation.
7. SAvING. The provisions of such of these Regulations
as relate to the importation of animals shall not apply to any
animals (other than dogs or cats) imported by or on behalf of
the Government of Montserrat.
t. DOGS AND CATs. (1) No dog or cat shall be imported into
the Colony unless such dog or cat is imported directly from one
of the countries specified in the First Schedule to these Regula-
tions.
(2) No dog or cat so imported shall be landed in the Colony
unless there is produced to the inspector in respect thereof a
certificate, purporting to be given, by the appropriate authority
mentioned in regulation 21 of these Regulations stating that
such dog or cat is in good health and free from any symptoms
of infectious or contagious disease and that there has been no
rabies among unquarantined dogs, cuts or other animals in the
country from which such dog or cat was exported during the
six months immediately preceding the exportation of such dog
or cat from such country.
(3) No dog or cat so imported shall he landed in the Colony
if it has been in contact during the period of transportation with
any other dog or cat other than a dog or cat-

(a) in respect of which a certificate referred to in
paragraph (2) of this regulation has been given;
(b) which has been released from quarantine in any of
the countries specified in the First Schedule to these Regu-
lations as being in good health and free from rabies or any
other infectious or contagious disease.

9. HORSES. (1) No horse shall be imported into the Colony
unless such horse is imported directly from one of the countries
specified in the Second Schedule to these Regulations,








(2) No horse shall be landed in the Colony unless there
is produced to the Inspector in respect thereof a certificate pul
porting to be given by the appYropriate authority mentioned in
regulation 21 of these Regulations and stating that the country
from which such horse was exported-

(a) is free from foot and mouth disease; or
(b) if such country is not free from foot and mouth
disease, that the area from which such horse originated and
through which it was transported to the port of embarka-
tion is free from foot and mouth disease; and

(c) that such horse was healthy and free from infectious
disease;
(d) that such horse has been subjected to the Mallein
test from Flanders or Farcy with negative results;
(e) that so far as it has been possible to ascertain no
case of dourine (mal du coit), mal de caderas, glanders,
farcy, epizootic lymphangitis, ulcerative lymphangitis,
influenza, infectious equine anrmia, encephalemyelitis or
mange has occurred in the stables or on the premises where
such horse was kept during the thirty days prior to the
date of export.
(3) For the purposes of this regulation horses includes
mares, mules, donkeys and zebras.

10. CATTLE, SHEEP AND GOATS. (1) No cattle, sheep or
goat shall be imported into the Colony except any such animal
is imported directly from one of the countries specified in the
Third Schedule to these Regulations.

(2) No cattle so imported shall be landed in the Colony
unless there is produced to the Inspector in respect thereof a
certificate, purporting to be given by the appropriate authority
mentioned in regulation 21 of these Regulations, and stating
that any such cattle--
(a) is physically sound, in good health, and free of
symptomsof paratuberculosis (Johne's Disease) and other
infectious diseases;
(b) has passed negative to an intradermal tuberculin
test within ten days prior to the date of shipment;








(c) (i) has ri enictd i r'gatively to ti'i seriir,-.i'i. luti .:,
tion test for Brnwc, iosis within thirty days prior to the date
of shipment: or
(ii) has been inoculated with Brucella abortus
vaccine (Strain 19) when between four and
eight months of age and within three years
prior to the date of shipment; or
(iii) has reacted negatively to the -r-n! i :l..rlltilna-
tion test for Brucellosis and has subsequently
and within fourteen day s of such negative re-
action been inoculated with Brueella abortus
vaccine (Strain 19) when over eight months
of agie and within three years prior to the
date of shipment; or

(iv) having been previously vaccinated with
Britceila abortus vaccine (Stiain 19)has
been re-vaccinated within three years of
the previous vaccination, and within th rce
years prior to the date of shipment.

(3) No she p so imported shall be landed in the Colony
unless there is produced to the Inspector in respect thereof
a certificate, purporting to h e given by the appropriate
authority mentioned in regulation 21 of these ltegulalions,
and stating that within lte days prior to -hitpment suech
sheep is physical somnd, in good health and free from
infectious or contagious disease.

(4) No goat so imported shall he landed in the Colony
unless there is produced to the Inspec!tor in ,respect there(of
a certificate, purporting to he given by the appropriate
authority mentioned in regulation 21 of these i egulaiions,
and stating that any such goat-

(a) has passed negative to an intradornal tuberculin
test within :en days prior to ti h date of shipment:

(b) is free from Brucellosis as indicated by a nega-
tive reaction to the serumn iglutimation test for that
disease;
(c) is physically sound, in good health, and free of
indications of infectious diseases including Tokosis,








(5) No cattle, sheep or goat shall be landed in the
Colony unless there is produced to the Inspector in respect
thereof a certificate purporting to be given by the appropriate
authority mentioned in regulation 21 of these Regulations,
and stating that the country from which such cattle, sheep
or goat was exported-
(a) is free from foot and mouth disease; or
(b) if such country is not free from foot and mouth
disease, that the area from which such cattle, sheep or
goat originated and through which it was transported
to the port of embarkation is free from foot and mouth
disease.
11. PIGs. (1) No pig shall be imported in the Colony
except any such pig is imported directly from one of the
countries specified in the Fourth Schedule to these RIegula-
tions.
(2) No pig shall be landed in the Colony unless there
is produced to the Inspector in respect thereof a certificate,
purporting to be given by the appropriate authority men-
tioned in regulation 21 of these Regulations, and stating that
such pig originated from a herd where no infections diseases
of swine has existed for thirty days prior to the date of
shipment of such pig.
(3) No pig shall be landed in the Colony unless there
is produced to the Inspector in respect thereof a certificate
purporting to be given by the appropriate authority men-
tioned in regulation 21 of these Regulations, and stating that
the country from which such pig was exported-
(a) is free from foot and mouth disease;
(b) if such country is not free from foot and mouth
disease, that the area from which such pig originated
and through which it was transported to the port of
embarkation is free from foot and mouth disease.
12. RABBITS, GUINEA PIGS, TURTLES AND CAGED BIRDS.
(1) No rabbit, guinea pig, turtle or caged bird shall be im-
ported into the Colony from any of the countries specified
in the Fifth Schedule to these Rlegulations.
(2) The provisions of paragraph (1) of this regulation
shall not be deemed to apply to any turtle native to any of the
countries specified in the Fifth Schedule to these Regulations
which is caught alive near the coast of the Colony and which
is imported into the Colony only for use in any aquarium.









13. MONKEYs. No monkey shall he imported into the
Colony.
14. CARCASSES OF CATTLE, lIGS, SHEEP AND GOATS. (1)
No fresh carcass, whether frozen or chilled, nor any cured or
pickled carcass, of any cattle, pig, sheep or goat or any por-
tion of any such carcass shall be imported into the Colony
except such carcass or portion thereof is imported-

(a) directly from any of the countries specified in
the Sixth Schedule to these Regulations; and
(b) in accordance with the terms of a permit
granted by the Inspector.
(2) The provisions of paragraph (1) of this regulation
shall not apply to-
(a) any importations made by or on behalf of the
Government of Monrtrrat; or
(b) any- cooked or sterilized meat imported in
hermetically sealed containers.
15. FODDER AND LITTER. (1) No fodder or litter shall
be imported into the Colony except-
(a) directly from any of the countries specified in
the Seventh Schedule to these Regulations; and V
(h) in accordance with the terms of a permit
granted by the Inspector.

(2) Notwiithstanding the provisions of paragraph (1)
of this regulation, no fodder or litter imported from Great
Britain shall he landed in the Colony unless there is
produced to the Inspector in respect thereof a certificate of
the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheris stating that the
area from which such fodder or litter originated and the dis-
trict through which it was transported to the port of shipment
are free from foot and mouth disease.
16. D1)N;. (1) No dung (other than the excrements of
birds) shall be imported into the Colony.
(2) The provisions of i,.u.i; r:! ,h (1) of this regulation
shall not apply to any dung which is contained in any box or
crate inl which any animal is lawfully imported into the
Colony.









17. USED OR Sir.COND-HAND ANIMAL BLANKETS, SADDLE
CLOTHS, FiLTING PADS, IETC. (1) No used or second-hand
animal blanket, saddle ed.ll, felting, pad or oIlier similar
article shall be imported into the Colony.
(2) The provisions of paragraph (1) of this regulation
shaH not apply !o any such arlicles which acc.minpany and
form part of lie cloth n' or( inidividial accoantrement of any
animal law fully imported into the Colony if such articles
were new at the time of shipment.
1S. ISED OH SIECOND-iAND) ANIMAL TRAIPPINGS.; NO
used or second-hand harness, saddle, halter, rein, girth,
rope, yoke, chain or other tra.ppitng shall be landed in the
Colony unless such trappings shall first be treated by the
Inspector with an insect icide approved by the Inspector, at
the risk of the person to hiom. sich li tapping is consigned
before delivery t.L th: consignee.
-*19. SEMEN AND I,>OLO(;ICAL P )iMO TS. (1) NO semen
of any animal shall be imported into the Colony except
in accordance with the terms of a permit granted by the
Inspector.
(2) No biological produce prepared from animal tissues
intended for use in Veterinary medicine shall be imported
into the Colony except in accordance \ ith the terms of a
permit granted by the Inspector.
(3) In this regulation I" biological products" includes
any substance coin monl known as hormones, vaccines, sera,
toxins, antitoxins, and antigens intended for use in the
practice of Veterinary medicine.
20. AUTiiENTi.t.xTrION ov ( I I I Bi 'ATEs. Where under
any ofthee tRegulitiois a certificate is required to lie pro-
duced to the Inspector I CI ] certi,'-.ire shall purport to be
given-
(a) in the case of G(reat Britain, by the Ministry
of Agi ic, ll re and Fisheries;
(b) in the case of Northern Ireland, by the M ministry
of Agriculture;
(c) in the cast of the Riepiallie of I Irel n. l, by the
Department of Agricultulre;
(d) in the case of .anadi. Iy the tDeprtment of
Agriculture;
(e) in t'le ease ol the l. 'itd States of Amerlcica,
by the Bureau of Animal Industry; ;and









(f) in the case of the British Caribbean Territories,
by a Government Veterinary Officer.

21. PENALTY. Any person who contravenes or fails to
comply with any provision of these Regulations, or with any
order, instructions or condition lawfully made, given or
imposed, by any person under the authority of these Regula-
tions, shall be guilty of an offence against these Regulations
and shall be liable for each such offence on summary
conviction to a fine not exceeding two hundred and forty
dollars or to imprisonment for any term not exceeding three
months.

22. RESCISSION. The Reegulations and Orders set out in
the Eight Schedule to these Regulations are hereby rescinded.

Made by the Govenor in Council the 13th day of July,
1956.
Js. H. CARROTT,
Clerk of the Council.









FIRST SCHEDULE. (Regulation 8.)
Great Britain
Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
Jamaica
St. Kitts-Nevia-Anguilla
Barbados.
SECOND SCHEDULE. (Regulation 9)
Great Britain
Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
Canada
United States of America
Jamaica
Leeward Islands
Windward Islands
Trinidad and Tobago

THIRD SCHEDULE. (Regulation 10)

Great Britain
Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
Canada
United States of America
Jamaica
Leewards Islands
St. Lucia
St. Vincent
Barbados
FOURTH SCHEDULE. (Regulation 11)
Great Britain
Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
Canada
United States of America
Jamaica
St. Kitts
Barbados
FIFTH SCHEDULE. (Regulation 12.)

Trinidad and Tobago
Any country foriiing part of the Continent of South
America.









SIXTH SCHEDULE.


Great Britain
Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
Canada
New Zealand
Australia
United States of America
British Caribbean Territories.


SEVENTH SCHEDULE.


(Regulation 15)


Great Britain
Canada
United States of America
British Caribbean Territories
Cyprus.

EIGHT SCHEDULE. (Regulation 22.


Statutory Rules and Orders,


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1942,
1943,
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1945,
1945,
1948,
1948,
1949,
1950,
1950,
1950,
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VIRGIN ISLANDS.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1956, No. 40A.
The Interpretation and General Clauses (Extension of term
"Governor" ) (Exceptions) Order, 1956, dated 15th December,
1956, made by the Governor under subsection (3) of section 2 of
the Interpretation and General Clauses Act. 1955 (No. 12/1955)
as amended.
WHEREAS by subsection (3) of section 2 of the Interpretation
and General Clauses Act, 1955 (No. 12/1955) as amended, it is provided
that whenever in any Act passed by the General Legislature of the
Leeward Islands or in any Ordinance having effect in the Colony on
the first day of July, 1956, or in any Ordinance passed thereafter, the
expression Governor appears, save as otherwise expressly provided
or implied in such Act or Ordinance and except, when in the case of
any such Act, the Govwrnor by Order published in the Gazette, declares
otherwise, that expression shall be deemed to include the officer for
the time being administering the Goverament of the Colony:
AND WHEREAS it appears to me expedient to declare that the
expression Governor when used in the Acts specified in the Schedule
shall not be deemed to include the officer for the time being adminis-
tering the Government of the Colony:
NOW, THEREFORE, I, PATRICK DONALD MACDONALD, a
Companion of the Mo.St Distinguished Order of Saint Micha:el and
Saint George, Acting Governor and Commander in Chief of the
Leeward Islands and Vice Admiral of the same, in exercise of the
power conferred by the said subsection, and all other powers me
thereunto enabling, do hereby declare and orders follows:-

1. Citation. This Order may ble cited as the Interpretation
and General Clauses (Extension of the term Governor" ) (Excep-
tions) Order, 1956.
.2 Interpretation. In this Order-
Schedule means the Schedule to this Order.
3. Declaration. The term "Governor" when used in the
Acts specified in the first column of the Schedule in the sections set
out in the second column of the said Schedule which relate to the
matters mentioned in the third column thereof shall not be deemed to
include the officer for the time being administering the Government
qf the Colony.
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Schedule.


Short title, chapter
or number and year

Magistrate's Code of
Procedure Act (Cap. 61)
Aliens Land Holding Regula-
tion Act (Cap. 76)






Undesirable Persons Expul-
sion Act (Cap. 79)











Commissions of Inquiry Act
(Cap. 116)






Trade Disputes (Arbiiration
and Inquiry) Act (No. 17/1939)











Supreme Court Act
(No. 20/1939)
Extradition Act
(No. 5/1946)


Section Matter in relation to which
power conferred.

Appointment of Magistrates
6 and Additional Magistrate.
4 Licences to aliens to hold land or
mortgages.
8 Licences to aliens to hold direc-
torships, shares or debentures.
9 Right to deal with forfeited shares
or debentures.
14 Restriction on trusts in favour
of aliens.
3 11 il-mir of expulsion orders.

4 Expulsion order where expedient
for peace and good order of
Colon y.
5 Enforcement of expulsion order.
6 Autlhorisaation of arrest and de-
portation.
7 Revocation of expulsion order.
10 Notice of appeal.
19 Allowing expenses of comforming
with expulsion order.
20 Revocation etc. not to have retro-
spective effect.
2 Appointment of commissions of in-
quiry.
3 Filling vacancy on commission etc.
6 Appointment of secretary.
7 Report of commissioners and state-
ment of proceedings.
15 Remuneration of commissioners
and secretary.
3 Report of trade dispute and ref-
erence to arbitration.
6 Publication of award.
7 Interpretation of award.
8 Appointment of Board of Inquiry
into trade disputes or industrial
conditions.
9 Report of Board and publication.
12 Restriction on publication of com-
ment.
14 Appointment of -li. .-as and ser-
vants.
15 Expenses.
4 Appointment of Commissioners.

2 Extradition of fugitive criminals.


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Made by the Governor this 15th day of December, 1956.

P. D. MACDONALD.
470003. Acting Governor.
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