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Group Title: Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette.
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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 Material Information
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
Physical Description: 12 v. : ; 25-35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Publisher: Govt. Printer.
Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
Frequency: weekly
completely irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
legislation   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
General Note: Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076853
Volume ID: VID00039
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
    Antigua, Bill: Pensions Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
        Page A-1
        Page A-2
    Antigua, Bill: Beach Protection Ordinance, 1957
        Page B-1
        Page B-2
        Page B-3
        Page B-4
    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 19 of 1956: Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment) Ordinance, 1956
        Page C-1
        Page C-2
        Page C-3
        Page C-4
        Page C-5
        Page C-6
        Page C-7
        Page C-8
        Page C-9
        Page C-10
        Page C-11
    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 13 of 1956: General Loan and Stock Ordinance, 1956
        Page D-1
        Page D-2
        Page D-3
        Page D-4
        Page D-5
        Page D-6
        Page D-7
        Page D-8
        Page D-9
        Page D-10
        Page D-11
        Page D-12
    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 2 of 1957: Enactment (Leeward Islands Acts) Ordinance, 1957
        Page E-1
        Page E-2
        Page E-3
        Page E-4
        Page E-5
        Page E-6
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 4 of 1957: Workmen's Compensation (Prescribed Diseases) Order, 1957
        Page F-1
        Page F-2
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 7 of 1957: Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
        Page G-1
    Index to v. 84 of the Leeward Islands Gazette
        Page H-1
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Notic.es.

Official Representation at
Ghana Independence
Celebrations.
The lion. V. ('. HIRD, Minister for
Trade and Prdeei,,n. will w b( 1,-'iviig
Antigua on 22nd 1 February 1957, to
attend the celebration of Ghana
Indepi(lendenc which is due to talk;
place in Accra from: ;r4d to 10th
Mar. i as the .ot1 .il representative
of the (Government of Antiniia.

Administrator',s 0 :
St. .ohn's,
Anli 22rnd Februar/y, 1957.
Ref. No. A. (;5!53

Canadian Government Trade
Commissioner.

The (Canadian Deipartuinet n 'Trade
and Coniiinerec has anillln1Iinci'd tle
appointnll(nt of Mr. RIov W\VIIA M
BLAKE as Canadian Government
Trade Coinmnissioner at Port of Spain,
Trinidad. 1\Ir. BLAKE, -who is now
Conimunercial Secretary at Mell)ourne,
will replace Mr. D). 1. LA-F;HTON,
who is being transferred. Mr.
BLAKE, accompanied Iy lhis wife and
two sons, is expected to arrive il
Port of Spain towards the end of
MN i,1 I..

\Mr'. 1BL3KE'SI- territory. in addition
to Trinidad, will include tIarbados.
the Windward and Leeward Islands,
British Guiana. Dutch (Guiana. French
G(niana and the Frenich West Indies.
AdmJinistra/~or' 0()* ..-
Antiwiu.
23rd February, 1957.
Ref. T.P. 77/2S

No. 23.

Appointments and transfers etc.,
in the public service, with effect from
the dates stated, are published for
general iiiforlm:tioii:-

Bailey, Mrs. R. F., Staff Nurse. IIol-
berton Hospital, Antigua, retired
on account of marriage. May S

Beazer, S. E., P.O. Cl. 11, Barbuda,
retired. Jan. 3

Dyett, J., to be P.O. Cl. 1, Holberton
Hospital, Antigua. Jan. I


Gallaway, Mrs. L, -i il' Nur ,,1( Hol-
herton liloIpital, Antigpui. re, signed.
M :aich 7
Pemberton, J., i'.. (l. 111. I, t ie P'.(.
('1. 11, i,:st Otlice. A iAtinuai.
Jan. 1
Stevens, C. McA.. (Collector of Cus-
tons. Autitna, retired.
Oct. 16 1956
R1ef. No. A. (C.13/5i II
No. -i.

Tih Actinc (Goxernor lhas this day
been pleased to assent to the under-
mentioned Ordinance:-
Vil'/in iltinl s.
No. 3 oi 1957. "''iie Appropria-
tion Ordinance, 1.' ~." Feb. 21

Chi/ef S,'ecrta; ,/,ny' ( f/!r,'.
An1Migua.
I, 11* /1 .7 1
22n1 l,>'5,w, ':i. 1'.)7.
Ref. No. I :(
No. 25.

The following Billh which ire to be
introduced into the Legislative Council
of Antigua are circulated with this
Gazette and form part thereof:--
The Pensions Act (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1957."
The Beach Protection Ordinance,
1957."

No. 26.

The following Ordinances and
Statutory Rules and Orders are cir-
culated with this Gazette and form
part thereof:-
ORDINANCES.
Montseirrat.
No. 19 of 1956, '* The Vehicles and
Road Traflic (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1956." 11 pp. Price 13 cents

Virgin Islands.
No. 13 of 1956, "The General
Loan and Stock Ordinance, 1956."
12 pp. Price 14 cents
No. 2 of 1957, "The Enactment
(Leeward Islands Acts) Ordinance.
1957." 6 pp. Price 8 cents

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.
Antigua.
No. 4 of 1957, The Workmen's
Compensation (Prescribed Diseases)
Order, 1957." 2 pp. Price 4 cents-
No. 7 of 1957, "The Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Amendment) Regula-
tions, 1957. 1 pp Price 3c.


GAZETTE INDEX


The Index to Vol. LXXXIV of the
1/c, .w'rd l.-'isatis (,.:--'i4 for the period
1st January to 30th June, 1956, is
circulated with this issue.

Statement of Currency Note
Circulation in the British
Caribbean Territories (East-
ern Group) on 1st February,
1957.
Average circulation during Decem-
Ir. 1956:
tBr. Caribblean Cur-
rency Notes (61.261,065.00
Demonetized Gov't.
Noies outstanding 1, ;", ,44.00



Br. t('ariltealn currencyy Notes in
cireulati,.u on 1st Fi.er;ary, 1957:
S
Trini iad & Tobago ... '27,.)92,(637.00
Barbiados ... -.,. .1,625.00
British Guiana ... 1 .; 1:,, L .n
Grenada ... 2,670,100.00
St. Vincent ... 449,400.00
St. Lucia ... 1,034,000.00
Dominica ... 1,479,400.00
Antigua ... 2,035,300.00
St. Kitts ... 1, ..' .
Montserrat ... 3 .l',' .i

Total Br. Caribbean
Currency Notes ... l.',--'I.,. Il n


Demonetized Trinidad
and 1f, 1 ." Gov't.
Notes outstanding ...
Demonetized Br.
Guiana Gov't.
Notes outstanding ...
Demonetized Barbados
Gov't. Notes
outstanding ...
Total demonetized
Government Notes
outstanding ...

Total circulation on


772,082.00


281,162.00


72,540.00



1,125,784.00


1st Feb., 1957 ... 60,415,092.00
L. SPENCE,
Executive Commnissioner,
British Caribbean
Currency Board.
British (ariibbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers.
Port of Spain.
Trinidad B. V. I.
Ref. No. 24 00087.


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Statement h r can Coin
Circulation in the %;*'

F~ y 1957.

'X '.:ge Ci" cnia~~itioil (i 991199
]) ("eNxflh(9r 1956 . 77
T'finiiiti i t Tobago .2I


(-tronada, 13

oOn 15,11 it,

AX iigii9a j 1, 1 W
si. Kiti 9175400
.65~.01)
otaf 8ts 1 A7(d.00






IlefL. 9't'EN 1..0Xi
Executive (lIT-fi' 519)90
Br, (Oilhpanl (Wrin-uel 11ard.

British (>r':il'lba1i ('l trr-t- 1 Pard.
'1asr C99510 caja hers,
lzort of Spain,
Trinhidad.
ALef No 24/0007.


TR \DIE N MAIK S 01~ F0 e'
1 1.9 1 oL
Biirri.l \ IFUT\ 11.TAM)S.


T., H, '-i BE(HA (AL, Ii di-
TE'D. of' 6,201 Park Ax,! 'u,, Ni ~
Canada, )Ia.\erhants hav e ai ql9] Lip
B(eg~ rim1091 of tw 11m I i" l s
coll si,-tillg '91' the filfowiy,



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(2)



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in clhss 42, that is to say: Subllstances
used as food or as ingredients in food.

The Applicants clain that they
have us-dl the said Trade Marks inl
respect of thl- said goods for fifty-
seven years before the date of their
said Application.

Any person may within three
months from l(ch date of the lirst
appearance of the Advertisement in
the Anlti'qua, tMon/serr,,t andl Virgin
Islands fGzetle, give notic- in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Oftico, Iritish
Virgin Islan.ls- of opposition to regis-
tratiion oif the .sad Trade Marks.

H. ALEX BKSSON,
i:ieyistrar of Trade Marks.


TRADiE M.K'; OVFICEK
To \, .
B ITISH i;i- ViL NDS.


1BENi'IN N i :*';> 1 I Park
Avelnue, N.v Y'i.k, ::'te (of New
York, U.S.A. for reois-
trati.U!n of' o '" i',-in .' k consisting



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', 0 UTHPIECE



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in Class 45, th:it is t. W : i ivarnttes.

Th1 Al1ii'an ciii9 that ih',y
have used the ;aid Tirade MSfark inl
respect of the said goois for seven
years ftor- the date of their said
application.

Any person mayi within three
months from l, ;date ,f the first
appearance If t (he Adveriis einent in
the Antiigtl/u Mjin tsrrl't (a/ Virgin,
slandi z'i ;,'i, ,iv notice ini dapli-
cate at the Tr'.'a t'laks O1ico, British
Virgin Il'Ils of ioppositi, n to regis-
tration l hoi saii Trade lMark;

IL. ALXX tiMoN,



VIRGIN ISLANDS

The Registration of United Kingdom
Patents Act, I.:1- 5.

NOTICE IS 11EREBY GIVEN that
BIOCHEM1E ('SELLSCH .FT mit
B!EI-"'lli ANKTI'iR HiAFTl'NG of
Kundl, I'r.' ,. Austria, have appli-ed
for registrati o, f Unitedi Kingdomi
Patent No. 7323U2 dawd the 222nd day
of April, 1W. .., amn issua-d the 16th
Noviembor, 19,. an I have filed at the
Registrar's Oliic", at Road Town,
Tortola, a cmumplte copy of the speci-
fications and the Certificate of the
Comptroller General of the United
Kingdom Patent Offico giving full
parotienlarrs o( this IPalent wl ich will
be open to public in.'p1 clion at the
said office :t atny ti'me 19otv:een the
hours of 9.00 a.m. anwl .30 p mi. on
working days except on Saturdays


when tih hours will be from 9.00
a.m. to 12 i)oon.

Any p rs.-:9nl may within two mionlths
from Th i date of this advertisement
vive nl'.tice to te o the Ristrar of ,p,>osi-
tioin T the i.;se of a celtil te of
rtistr io~1n upmo a0ly of the ;r rounds
'' 'ibod in Section 10 of t0!o P':ents
Al. 1.i f', for opip sition < t l he 4rant
''f *, !.; I'a II9t,1

.. te 24I) dI of .iai QuyW 1957.

FH. A ivE. H: 'ON.










M(N'lEli'AT CIRCUIT.

( '- r..'i. Court Notice.

NOTIC!E iS iPt1REItY given that
in iurs':IIe of 4 l hi s made hy the
I ie Si. preunde Courti of the
SVilv.iward Islasnds an d Is-
Leeward Islands.









land- Ci rts tOrderi in 'onn il, 1-93)9,
on thie '24tl ty i lof s 'temul)wr, 1941,
a;ts m'1)l (died. illt 11tnoll 'r the
Pa.)isle .jiud'e i elected for th -.tting
of Iuhl (Court in the lonitsirriat Cir-
cuit i9has appointed the ullderilen-
tione0 i ay on which le -t. 'ng
circuit t shall sit in the Colony, that
is, to) w:a :-

On Monday the 4th day of l.r.h,
1957. at 10.00 o'clock in the fore-

F. 0. C. HIAaITl,
.hfo'/ iltruar.
M1,ntse rat Circuit.

HCt-,iNi' s Olfice

t.hh Ietb.'iu ry, 1957.

M.8fiS. ItI.


Appi; I'0,1i are invited from suitably
q-; :., r candidates for appointment
to the post of Collector of Customs,
St. Vincent, particulars of which
are as follows:-

Appointment

The post is a prsntpesnt non-lpension-
able, but steps ar91 being taken to
declare it pnsionaible. The appoint-
nment carries with it the liability to
transf',r to ;ny post of' oleuivalent
stanis within the Windwar I sla;nds.
Tlie Otie'-r will be suj,-ct to the
Col(oiaNl Itgn!aions. (k-neral Orders
andl Financild and Store' Rules of the
Windward Islandl, for llihe ti me
beinii, in force, in so far a, they are
applicable.

Salary ard Allowances


Tile .i Ir: f thie l p l

$3; 1. 1)- I..''", pl' us :1


:i the r,ato
the' scale
' alit1ion









_I T~i E z-,NTI'GUA. ),ONTS1-1I{ itT\.N 1) V INGIN' IJND: 1)S ZETTE' 4.


subsjist-oco Allowances t p x iii in
aecurdajic! with lI of'al rti t~-



(JI li t i wi'i -' i, r n on ild foir
the g-,n',iA :~N i o
tratiori in TA lis (Hil 1' O1H
Depart!.?t nei !" an '

ing to t;%kd . a ''i L A~'
Hie wiii aP.41 oit of
i -I I !" r ot L!. I tile
United 1Kiigdogiii'n Ir' I '- orrs-


ii3 if icactor ns
Anl LT hniatH cjlnti'
matter- ''Leitin l I' ii ;'
-work- bi:l i liS, '.-- I'iiii
knowledge of the LIulities
.Rogisttral of l-I 1


u:i I ill


Ate


Quarters
Quarters are not, provided.

Passages
Free wi -it -l.i-- pas.sagei: to St.
Vincert will he provided for the
officer, iis xwi Sanild c(ihiren: children
should ,b under 18 years of age,
umiinmarried aiid dipiitenLent on the
'L, r.

Leave and Leave Passa;-..
Vacation le-ave on fil sal:i'y will
be granted at the ra:i'. i5 ; iays per
anllulmn. ;oCeclliulltilJ lip .1t axi-
mum ol 180 days.

Leave passages will bi, protvided inl
accordance with local regulations.

Medical Attention
Free medical attention and meodi-
:ines are not provided.


TLaxation

tlvernllar: i'el 'it a:re hli-i
t; t'ix "i imoe b- [owe P1






-f I '1 VIi> V H NV i i d w II. I

19w


Ib y *i .i itdj cutii iildaites for lpp'o int-
nti.'. in fi he p);It of l i ad ist-r.
Oon^ n! (Grairnar I eh1ok piaticu-
latr- which a.ri as fioliows:

1. Appointment: ''he post is on the
periiianent and pensioniable establish-
imene and tile appointmlientu, ia l'res
witlt it liability to transfer to any post
of (iitliva:lent status in the Winlward
Is lan ds.

2. Salary: The salary ii in the
sale ,, 1- ..- 1 x C I 4.iG;0 plus pen-
Si.onll:ti l',' p y addition of 20', of s lary.
Tih- poiint oi' entry into the s'al- will
b, ti,, ruiit ed aicor'~iing ti, tl- cuan-
didatii's puiidlification and expirionce.

3. 5ualilcation, Required: Degree
in S,':ine' of a recoaniis 'l university.

4. jJoiie;: Olti,'er appoillted will
be required to te-ach C(.- ".ry and
Physics to Hig.her School C'ertificate
Standard ami Suporvise a school of
2t0 hbovs: Knowledge of (ames and
all other u'xtr:i-unrriculair activities
ass'ociaitlod with ;i Seci nd:iur' Sclfio ;


it will hi- ,lltireI to fake part. in


I 'i ll N !
Niwilic may3V be ;-ri-


j'j Leave:





V Lea.v e I t P o
2ii iou 131- i i u1


S. General! 1nirimation: C dicer
\viii bc, Wa A et i th lii [ow itd Ue-,
lations, the Windari x ii 1st Cidll ia-
cial andl Stwi- i Lii' s. tioe P(-ion iG-'ral

liur(ee fi o ill tlwa I i lw.l 3i\,volInIo1tt
ii.' i 'W x lto twiii~ itj iapojls(uI
Slocl einact iiieiitti.




f;orwa-xtrded to ti- (jiit'f r'-tiirk
NWitk\Vw '1 t np1I la s, (-irenld-ia.i' utdli
him nio t latf-r tOanj 3 I uth. i31.6t
R-ef. N, 1A. C. i iiM9 Ill.




t- Station
i n a.
Month 1t53. 1954. 1955. 1936. 1957.
iannuiry 1.93 3A.14 2.16 5. 5 3.J13
To Feb 23 1.02 2.33 .41 1. 15 2.2

n.:i7 2."7 6 3) 0 r.O3fl






46 THE ANTTCIUA, MO)NTSEIIRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [February 28, 1:-7
Revised List of Persons registered under the Midwives' Ordinance No. 7 of 1951. for the Col.Iu
of Montserrat, as at 19th February, 1957.


Name.


Serial No.

1. (3)
2. (9)
3. (16)
4. (24)
5. (29)
6. (41)
7. (-))
8. (13)
9. (1)
(10. (22)
11. ((U)
12. (25)
13. (28)
14. (15)
15. (20)
16. (27)
17. (18)
18. (23)
19. (17)
20. (19)
21. (31)
22. (11)
23. (14)
24. (7)
25. (21)
26. (12)
27. (8)
28. (2)
29. (10)

30. (30)


Address.


Alien, Clemence Mary Elizabeth
Barzey, Catherine (Mrs.) nee Rtyan
Bramble. Elizabeth (left Colony)
Buffoiag', Catherinet
B3rowne, Diaina
Cadogan. Lillian, (Mrs.)
Clarke, Kathleen (left Colony)
Clarke, Catherine (now Mrs. Gumbs)
Edwards, Winifred
Frihl, Catherine (Mrs.) (left Colony)
Fenton, Charlot e
Greenavway, Ieonora Adina (Mrs.)
Greenaway, Mary (Mrs.)
"Greenaiway, Catherine (Mrs.) nee Straker
Griith, Edithli (Mrs.)
Isles, .lIleanor Teresa
Lee. li.vr Susa:nnlah (ordon (left Colony)
Cooper, Mary (Mrs.) nee Osborne
Piper, \Vrna (Mrs.) (left Colonuy)
Phillip, Venr Nelitha
Ponde. Rosie (left Colony)
Rlichardson, Ina (left Colony)
Roache, Katherine
Frewin, Beryl Geraldine (left (Colony)
Tuitt, Rosamina
\Wade, Catherine
Warner, Susan (Mrs.)
White, Sarah (lMrs.')
Griffith, Dori (Mrs.) nee Williams
(left ('olony)
Wyke, Elizabeth (Mrs.)


kl xrnottil
Sailed


J. IH. L. BROWNE,
Secretary, Midwires' Board.


Ref. M. 65A8S-III.


Prinkt*d at the Government Printing Offimo, Antigua, Leaward islands, by E. M. BLACKMIAN, M.E.E,
Goveirnmnent Printer.-Hy Authority.
1957.
(Pri'ce 38 Wnts.1


Glendon Ilospital
Cork Hill
Glendon I hospital
St. George's Hill
Baker Hill
Plymouth
Hlarris'
Gle(ndton l Hospit:l
St. John
Salem
Kin saIl

St. Jlolir
(idldiii H hospital
Plymoul 7
P! inmoutil
tHarris'
LBet liel
Bethel
Hlarris
St. Patrick's
Gk-mion! Hospital

PIvrnmoutht
Bethel
Glendon Hospital
( lendon Hospital
St. Peter







Pensions Act (Amendment).


ANTIGUA.

No. of 1957.

[BILL Fop]


An Ordinance
1947.


to amend further the Pensions Act,


[1st July, 1956]

ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Antigua.


Comllence-
met.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Pensions Act (A\ amendment), Ordinance, 1957, and
shall be read as one with the Pension. Act, 1947, 12/1947,
as amended, hereinafter called the Principal Act. 12/1948719
4/1956, 6 19


2. Section 3 of the Principal Act is hereby
amended by the substitution of the words "Legis-
lative Council" for the words "General Legislature"
wherever, they occur in the said section.

3. Section 4 of the Principal Act is hereby
amended by the deletion of the words or Presiden-
cie in the marginal note thereto.


S.R. & 0. 1956
No. 22.
Amendment
of section 3 of
the Principal
Act.


Amendment
of section 4 of
the Principal
Act.


53,
56,


No. of 1957.


ANTIGUA.








ANTIGUA. 2 Pensions Act (AlrAendment). No. of 1957.

Commence- 4. This Ordinance shall be deemed to have
menb. come into force on the 1st day of July, 1956.


President.
Passed the Lagisdative Council this
day of 1957.

Clerk of the Council.



OBJECTS AND REASONS.

The object of this Bill is to amend the Pensions Act,
19 7 by substituting the words Legisl:tive Council (mean-
ing the Legislative Council of Antigua) for the words General
Legisla:ture and the deletion of the words "or Presidencies"
in a marginal note; tie (General Legislature and Presiden-
cies" having ceased to exist on the 1st July, 1956 by the
"defederation of the Leeward Islands Colony.


A, ti:t:! Attorney General.

31st January, 1957.
















Printed at the Govrnmnent Printing Olfi Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BLA~KMAN, Governmrent Printer.--By Authority.
1957


A 47/62-330-2.57.


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Beach Protection.


ANTIGUA.

No. of 1957.

BILL FOR

An Ordinance to control the removal of any sand,
stone, shingle or gravel from any beach or
seashore in the Colony.

[ ] Commence-
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Antigua.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Beach Protection Ordinance, 1957.

2. In this Ordinance- Interpreta-
tion.

authorisedd officer "Imeans any police officer
or other person duly appointed as such
by the Colonial Engineer by a notification
published in the Gazette and in one
or more newspapers circulating in the
Colony;


No. of 1957.


ANTIGUA.










"building or construction purposes includes
the erecting and improving of, ;and the
adding to, and the repairing of buildings,
and the constructing or repairing of any
road;

Colonial Engineer means the person for
the time being performing the duties of
Colonial Engineer of the Colony.

Appointment 3. The Colonial Engineer may, from time
of authorisod
otrfeised to time, appoint authorised officers for and in
respect of any Parish in the Colony for the purpose
of issuing permits under section 4 of this
Ordinance.

4. (1) It shall not be lawful for any person
to-
(a) dig, take or carry away, or aid or
assist in ,lirinI. taking or c:irr\ in12 away
for building or construction purposes any
sand, stone, shingle or gravel from any beach
or seashore in the Colony; or

(b) convey or move for building or con-
struction purposes any such sand, stone,
shingle or gravel along any public road,

except under and in accordance with a written
permit from the Colonial Engineer or an authorized
officer and subject to such terms and conditions as
are therein stipulated.

(2) Every such permit shall be in the form in
the Schedule to this Ordinance and shall only hold
good for the period therein mentioned.

(3) No such permit shall be granted unless
the Colonial Engineer or an authorised officer is
satisfied that the said sand, stone, shingle or gravel
is required for building or construction purposes.

(4) Any person who contravenes the provi-
sions of subsection (1) of this section shall be liable
to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars or to imprison-
ment for a term not exceeding three monthly,


Beach 1"rolerction.z


No. of 1957.


;k TIGU3A. 2









Beach Protection.


5. (1) No sand, stone, shingle or gravel the Tlme when
sand etc. may
digging or removal of which has been authorised e 'oneyed
for building or construction purpose' by a permit o" public
as provided in section 4 of this Ordinance, shall be rOd.
conveyed or moved along any public road between
the hours of six o'clock in the evening and five
o'clock in the morning.

(2) Any person who contravenes the provi-
sions of this section shall be liable to a fine not
exceeding fifty dollars or to imprisonment for a
term not exceeding three months.

6. All fines and penalties imposed under Disposal of
this Ordinance may be recovered in a summary P"nalt"is.
manner before a MI:ai-rrate on complaint of any
person and one half thereof shall be paid to the
person who shall have given information leading
to the conviction of the offender and the other half
shall be paid into the Treasury to the credit of the
general revenue of the Colony.
7. This Ordinance shall not apply to the Ordinancenot
Island of Barbuda. to ap.to


President.
Passed the Legislative Council this day
of 1957.


Clerk of the Council.

SCHEDULE.
Permission is hereby granted to of
to dig, take and carry from *sandl*stone/*shingllY
*gravel in the quantities hereunder and to convey the same to
Quantity
This permit shall hold good for a period of

*Colonial Engineer.
................... 19....... *Authorised Officer,
*Delete where inappliotble,


No. of 195'7.


k .NT'IGUA.










OBJECTS AND REASONS.

The object of this Bill is to make it incumbent on a person
removing sand etc from the beaches of the Colony for building or
construction purposes to obtain the written permission of the Colonial
Engineer or an authorized officer.



Acting Attorney General.







































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Beach Protection.


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No. 19 of 1956.






[L.S.]


VehicleS and Road Ti, .'i
(Amendment).







T ASSENT,
K. W. BLACKBURNE,
Governor.
7th November, 1956.


MONTSERRAT.

No. 19 of 1956.

An Ordinance to amend further the Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance, 1950.
[7th November, 1956.]
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony of
SM.Iit-i i.t as follows:-


Commence.
ment.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Vehicles and Short title,
Road Traffic (Amendment) Ordinance, 1956, and shall be
read as one with the Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance,
1950, hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance. 4/1951.


2. The long title to the Principal Ordinance is
hereby amended by the insertion of the words restrict-
ing the importation of certain types of motor vehicles,"
between the words "for and "the in the second line
thereof.
3. Section 2 of the Principal (Or'iii.n.. is hereby
amended as follows:-

(a) by tbh, inmP'ion between the definitions of
S "owner" ai;n l;irking place" of the following
definition: -
.park" or "parking" means to permit a
vehicle, whether occupied or not, to stand
npon a road otherwise than temporarily for
the immediate purpose of and while actually
engaged in loading or unloading goods, or
the taking up or setting down of passen-
gers, or in obedience to traffic regulations
or traffic signs, or the directions of a police

3 I i officer,";

A d< ^


Amendment
of long title
to Principal
Ordinance.


Amendment
of section 2 of
the Principal
Ordinance.


oi i
(l I





MoNTERBRAT. 2 1ehicdes and /Road T,'7rafi No. 19 of 1956.
(Amendmeent).

(b) by the insertion between the definitions of
"Traffic Commissioner" and "Treasurer" of the
following definition:-
"" triIh sign includes all signals, warning sign-
posts, direction posts, signs, lines, marks,
or other devices for the guidance of persons
using roads; "

(c) by the substitution of the following defini-
tion for the definition of Traffic Commissioner":-
..Traffic Commissioner" means the Commis-
sioner of Police or such other person as
may be appointed as such under section 4
of this Ordinance. "

4 The following section is hereby substituted for
section 3 of the Principal Ordinance-

"Transport 3. (1) There shall be established a body called
Board. the Montserrat Transport Board (hereinafter referred
to as the Board) consisting of the Traffic Commis-
sioner as Chairman and four other members to be
appointed by the Administrator.

(2) The Administrator may appoint any person
to act in the place of the Chairman or any other
member of the Board in the case of absence or
inability to act as such Chairman or other member.

(3) The Board may act by any three of its
members, and may so act notwithstanding any
vacancy in the number of members constituting the
Board.
(4) The Board shall have power to regulate its
own procedure.

(5) The Board shall act in an advisory capacity
and shall advise the Administrator on all matters
appertaining to road transport and traffic and in
particular as to the following matters:-

(a) transport, rates, fares, tolls, dues or
other charges;
(b) licence duties and fees in respect of
motor and other vehicles;
(c) the regulation and control of traffic;
(d) any other matter affecting traffic or
transport that the Administrator may refer to
the Board.







No. 19 of 1956.


Vehicles and Rioad Traffic
(Amendment).


3 MONTSSPRI


(6) The Board shall hear and determine any
appeal submitted by an aggrieved party against any
order or decision of the Traffic Commissioner, the
Licensing Officer or an E-. i iljit, Officer and the
decision of the Board thereon shall be conclusive:

Provided that on the hearing of any such appeal
the Traffic Commissioner shall not act as Chairman
or as a member of the Board.

(7) The Board shall perform such other duties
as are assigned to it by this Ordinance and the regu-
lations made thereunder or by an order of the
Governor in Council."

5. The heading to Part 11 of the Principal Ordi-
nance is hereby amended by the insertion of the words
"CONTROL OF IMPORTATION" before the word
"REGISTRATION."

6. The following new section shall be inserted in
Part II of the Principal Ordinance immediately after the
heading thereof:-

"7A. (1) No motor vehicle or trailer all the
wheels of which are not fitted with pneumatic tyres,
shall be used upon any road.

(2) No motor vehicle or trailer which exceeds
a maximum gross weight of five tons shall be im-
ported for use upon any route or road:

Provided that in the case of motor vehicles, the
Transport Board may, subject to any regulations
made under paragraph (w) of section 77 of this Ordi-
nance, grant licences for the importation of any
motor vehicle in excess of the maximum gross weight
of nine tons for the operation of such motor vehicle
on any such route or road as the Transport Board
may approve."
7. Section 12 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby
amended as follows:--

(a) by the insertion of the word registered "
between the words the and owner appearing
in the fourth line of subsection (2):
(b) by the renumbering of subsection (3) as
subsection (4) thereof; and
(c) by the insertion of the following subsection
as subsection (3) thereof:-
"(3) The registered owner or the new
owner, as the case may be. who contravenes any
of the provisions of the foregoing subsections
shall be guilty of an !ilc.- "',


Amendment
to heading of
Part IT of the
Principal
Ordinance.
Addition of
new section to
Part II of the
Principal
Ordinance.
Restrictions
on use and
importation of
certain motor
vehicles.


Amendment
of section 12
of the Princi-
pal Ordinance.







Vehicles and IRoad I I N,'l
(Ai endIment).


Amendment
of section 14
of the Prinoi-
pal Ordinance.


8. Section 14 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby
amended as follows:-

(a) by the deletion of subsection (1) and the
marginal note thereto;

(b) by the substitution of the words Subject
to the provisions of subsection (2) of section 7A of
this Ordinance the" for the word The at the
commencement of subsection (2) and I,- inserting
the following marginal note to the said subsection:
"Special permits.";

(c) by substituting the bracketed figures (1) "
and (2) for the bracketed figures (2) and (3) "
in subsection (5) thereof; and

(d) by the renumbering of subsections (2), (3),
(4) and (5) thereof as subsections (1), (2), (3) and (4)
respectively.

9. Section 18 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby
amended by the insertion of the bracketed figure (1) "
before the word No in the first line.

10. The following subsections are hereby substitu-
ted for subsections (2) and (3) of section 27 of the
Principal Ordinance-

"(2) For the purpose of learning to drive, a
person (in this section referred to as a learner ")
may, though he does not hold a driver's licence,
drive a motor vehicle on a road if he holds a written
permission to do so (in this section referred to as a
learner's permit ") granted by the Licensing Officer:

Provided that if a learner infringes or fails to
comply with any condition or restriction specified
in the learner's permit while learning to drive on a
road, he shall be liable to the penalty prescribed in
subsection (1) of this section as if no learner's permit
had been issued to him, and the said permit shall, on
his conviction, be cancelled.

(3) When granting a learner's permit for the
purpose mentioned in subsection (2) of this section
the Licensing Officer may impose such conditions
and restrictions as he may deem necessary for the
safety of the public and shall, without prejudice to
the generality of the foregoing words, specify-

(a) that the learner shall drive upon such
roads and at such times as may be mentioned in
the permit; and


Amendment
of section 18
of the Princi-
pal Ordinance.

Amendment
of section 27
of the Princi-
pal Ordinance.


IONTSEIlRRAT. 4


No. 19 of 1956.








No. 19 of l..i'. Vehicles Hil i(oal T- '. 5 MONTrERA' i
(Amendment).

(b) that the learner shall not use a public
service vehicle carrying passengers for the pur-
pose of learning to drive;

(c) that when learning to drive a motor
vehicle (other than a motor cycle) the learner
shall have sitting next to him for the purpose
of instructing him a licensed driver; and

(d) the motor vehicle shall carry such iden-
tilic:it; [ marks as may be specified in the
permit:
Provided that a learner may appeal to the
Board against the refusal of the Licensing Offi-
cer to grant him a learner's permit or against
any condition or restriction imposed by the
Licensing (1'i. i and, on such appeal being
made, the Board may make such order as they
deem just and such order shall be final and
conclusive.

(4) A learner and the person accompanying him
for the purpose of instruction, shall each be liable
for any offence committed against any of the provi-
sions of this Ordinance during the course of such
instruction."

11. Subsection (1) of section 33 of the Principal Amendment
Ordinance is hereby amended by the substitntion of the of section 33
words seventeen years for tle words eighteen years" of the Princi-
pal Ordinance.
appearing in paragraph (c) thereof. rdinc

12. The following section is hereby substituted for Section 50 of
section 50 of the Principal Ordinance-- th Principal
Ori inuince
repealed and
replaced.
"50 (1) No person shall drive a motor vehicle Speed.
of such class or description as is specified in tlie
Second Schedule to this Ordinance at a speed greater
than the speed therein specified as the maximum
speed at whiicl a vehicle of that class or description
inay be driven on a road or any portion thereof
within the limits of the Town of Plymouth or which
is declared to be within a speed limit area in the
manner hereinafter provided or otherwise than as
specified in the said Schedule.

Any person who acts in contravention of the
provisions of this subsection shall be guilty of al
offence.

(2) A person charged under this section with
the offence of driving a motor vehicle of such class
or description on a road at a speed greater than the
maximum speed allowed in the case of a vehicle of
that class or description travelling on a road aa


~








i t,


I'elicd, a(l Ro)]ad i 1 ',;. No. 19 of 1956.
(Amendment).

defined in subsection (1) shall not be liable to be
convicted of the i.Otn.-.- solely on the evidence of
one witness to the effect that in the opinion of the
witness the person charged was driving the vehicle
at such greater speed.

(3) Any person being the owner of a motor
vehicle, who aids, abets, counsels or procures any
person who is employed by him to drive such motor
vehicle on such a road to commit an offence under
this section shall be guilty of an .ll..-,ce.

(4) The Traffic Commissioner may, by order
under his hand, prohibit the driving of motor vehi-
cles over any bridge at a speed greater than that
specified by him in such order. Any such order
shall be published in the Gaze'tte, and the limit of
speed to be observed shall be indicated on notice
boards to be fixed at such bridge.

(5) The Traffic Commissioner may by order
published in the Gazette and in a newspaper pub-
lished in the colony prohibit the driving of motor
vehicles generally or of a particular class of motor
vehicle above a specified speed over any specified
road or portion of a specified road for a specified
time:

Provided that so long as such prohibition
remains in force the Traffic Commissioner shall erect
and maintain traffic signs which shall state the sub-
stance of the order published in the Gazette and
which shall be placed in such position as shall give
adequate notice thereof to drivers of vehicles.

(6) The Governor in Council may by order
published in the G(azette and in one or more news-
papers circulating in the Colony, declare any road or
portion thereof to be within a speed limit area:
Provided that an order under this subsection
shall be of no effect unless and until it has been
approved by the Legislative Council:

Provided further that as soon as practicable after
the coming into (ell:.-. of such order the Traffic
Commissioner shall erect or cause to be erected, both
at the commencement and at the termination of such
area, traffic signs indicating the limits of such area
and the maximum speed fixed in relation thereto.

(7) Any person who--

(a) drives a motor vehicle on a road at
a speed exceeding a speed limit inli,.. -, by or
under this section or







o oehi/ies and Road 7', 7 i'


(b) is guilty of an offence under subsection
(3) of this section,

shall be liable on summary conviction to a penalty
not exceeding one hundred and twenty dollars or to
imprisonment with or without hard labour for
a term not exceeding four months and in addition in
the case of a second or subsequent conviction to be
disqualified for holding or obtaining a driver's
licence for such period as the Court shall think fit."

18. Section 69 of tlhe Principal Ordinance is hereby
amended by the substitution for the first four lines
thereof of the following:-

The Governor in Council may, from time to
time for the purpose of giving effect to any con-
vention for facilitating the international circulation
of motor vehicles, by order provide".

14. The Principal Ordinance is hereby amended by
the insertion therein, immediately after section 75 of the
following sections as sections 75A and 75B respectively:-

75A, (1) Subject to the provisions of subsection
(6) of section 50 of this Ordinance the Traffic
Commissioner may cause or permit traffic signs to be
placed on or near any road and may authorise the
retention of any traffic signs erected prior to
the passing of the Road Traffic (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1956.

(2) Traffic Signs erected or authorized under
subsection (1) of this section may be signs for any of
the following purposes:-

(a) to regulate the movement of traffic;

(b) to indicate the route to be followed by
traffic;
(c) to restrict or prohibit the use of any
part of any road by ti.Ill, ;
(d) to prohibit the driving of any vehicle
on any road otherwise than in a certain direction;

(e) to restrict or prohibit the parking of
vehicles in any area or on any part or side of
any road;

(f) to restrict or prohibit temporarily the
use of any road or any part of any road by
vehicles whenever it appears to the Traffic
Commissioner to be necessary;

(g) to warn users of the road of the need
for special caution;


Amendment
of section 69 of
the Principal
Ordinance.


Insertion of
new sections
in tlhe Princi-
pal Ordinance.
Traffic Signs.


No, 19 of 1956.


7 MosTSnRRAT.







MONTSERRAtT. 8


Vei'ices and Road T, al No, 19 of li.5t'.
(Amendment).

(h) to give notice of dangerous places:

(i) to indicate the limits of a speed limit
area and the. maximum speed fixed in relation
thereto;

(j) to notify users of the road of any
prohibitions or restrictions which have been
imposed by this Ordinance or by any regulations
or orders made thereunder;

(k) to convey information to users of the
road,
(3) Traffic signs shall be of the kinds and of
the descriptions prescribed by the Traffic Commis-
sioner by regulation.

(4) Regulations which prescribe the kinds and
descriptions of traffic signs may prescribe that any
sign or words or symbol or design or any coloured
light or other feature of any sign shall be interpreted
as giving a particular indication and may prescribe
and explain the action required to comply with such
indication.

(5) Regulations with reference to traffic signs
may provide for the exemption of any particular
class of vehicles from the obligation of complying
with the indication given by any particular kind of
traffic signs and the conditions of such exemption.

(6) Subject to the provisions of subsection (6) of
section 50 of this Ordinance, that area of road or
portion of a road to which a traffic sign applies shall
be deemed to be determined for the purpose of this
Ordinance when the indication given by the sign is
sufficiently clear from the sign itself as being in
a form commonly understood by drivers or others
to whom it is directed or when the indication of the
portion of the road to which the traffic sign is to
apply is given by the erection of signs at each end
of that portion of the road:

Provided that in the case of any sign prohibiting
the passage xof vehicles on any road. signs shall be
erected at each end of the road or portion of the
road to which the prohibition is to apply and at such
other points as the I', it1.: Commissioner may
determine.

(7) A traffic sign may refer to specific classes of
traffic but shall be held to refer to vehicular ti.,i,:
generally in the absence of any special indication in
the sign or provisions in a regulation with reference
to such sign.








No. 19 of 1956. Vehicles ond Road TI/' .' 9 MoNTEntAT.
(Amendment).

(8) Any regulation which prescribes the kind
and description of traffic signs intended for any of
the purposes set out in paragraphs (t) to ( f) inclusive
and (i) of subsection (2) of this section may provide
that failure to conform with the indication given by
the sign shall constitute an offence and in such case
the order of prohibition indicated by any such sign
shall have effect as if contained in a regulation under
this Ordinance, and any person driving or propelling
any vehicle who fails to conform with the indication
given by any sign of that kind or description which
has been lawfully placed on any road or the retention
of which has een au th wrised Iby the Traffic Commis-
sioner shall be guilty of an offence.

(9) Regulations made by the Traffic (.ominis-
sioner under this section shall be of no force or effect
until approved by the Governor in Council and shall
come into operation as from the date of the publica-
tion thereof in the Gazette or from such later date as
may be specified in such regulations.

75B. (1) Any person who-

(a) shall, without the permission of the Traffic
Commissioner, erect or cause to be erected any
traffic sign on or near any road, or

(b) shall injure, deface, remove or in any
manner interfere with any .i -ii. sign lawfully
placed on or near any road,

shall be guilty of an offence.

(2) The Traffic Commissioner may, by notice in
writing, require the owner or occupier of any land on
which there is any traffic sign or any object which so
closely resembles a traffic sign that it might reasonably
be taken to be such a sign to remove it, and if any such
person fails to comply with such notice the Ti l!,.
Commissioner may himself etfect or authorise the removal.
doing as little damage as many be, and may recover in
a court of competent jurisdiction as a civil debt fiom the
person so in default the expense incurred by him
in so doing. "

15. Section 76 of the Principal Ordinance is lher'ey Amendment
amended by the deletion of the words and the erection of section 7;
of traffic signs and other notices'" appearing in subpara- of the Prinei-
graph (/) of paragraph (1) thereof.

16. Paragraph (1) of section 76 of the Principal Amendment
Ordinance is amended as follows,:- to section 76
if tthe Princi-
pal Ordinance.
(a) by the. relettering of sub-paararaph () Orince
thereof as sub-paragraph (xr); and








NMORTsT at. i0 Felicir's (.r' Roadl T', f 7.- No. 19 of 1956.
(Aim;Ii/letn/I).

(b) by the insertion of thel following su)b-
palragraphl' inllleliately after s-ii -paragraph (u) there-
of as sub-paragraph (o):--

(w) the restriction on the importation of
motor vehicles."

Substitution 17. The f. l..i-. i n- section is hereby substituted for
of section 78 section 78 of the Principal Ordinance-
o0 the Princi-
pal Ordinance.
"General 78. Any person guilty of an ..I!, i.I- under this
Penalty. Ordinance for which no penalty is expressly provi-
ded shall be liable on nimmnary conviction to a
penalty not exceeding one hundred aud twenty dollars
or to a term of imprisonment t t exceeding six
months,"

Substitution 18. The following Schedule is substituted for the
of Second Second Schedule to the Principal Ordinance- -.
Schedule to
Principal
Ordinnce.
Ordice. THE SECOND SCHEDULE.


SLimits of Speed. (section 50)

Maximum Speed
1;i/,' per
hour.
1. On any road within the limits of
the Town of Plymouth, or within
a speed limit area--

(a) motor omnibuses and motor
lorries ... 15

(b) tractors, with or without
trailer ... 15

(c) other motor vehicles ... 20

2. On all roads in the Colony other
than those specified in paragraph 1
of this Schedule----

(a) motor omiibuses and motor
lorries .. 25

(b) tractors, with or without
trailer ... 20


(,) other motor vehicles








No. 19 of 1956. 'VehiMcle and Road T,'nff. 11!
(Aun'nd..nci t).

19. The amendments specified in the second
column of the Schedule to this Ordinance (which relate
to consequential and minor matters) shall be made in the
sections of the Principal Ordinance specified in the first
column of the said Schedule.

O. E. HENRY,
President.


Passed the
October, 1956.


Legislative Council the 10th day of


JAS. H. CAuROTT,
Clerk of the Council.




SCHEDULE.



(Section 19).


Section.

13 (1)



18 (1) (()
41-


Amendment.


There shall he inserted the words "'he Ilt,. of
an offence and between the words shall"
and on appearing in line 27.

The words or trailer" shall be deleted.

The following sentence shall be inserted at the
end of the section-


"Any person who acts in contravention of
the provisions of this section shall be
guilty of an II. ,c ."













Printed at the Government Printing Otfioe, Ani'tua, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BLACKMAN, GOVERNMENT PtINITEII.-By Authority.
1957.


Price 13 cents.


47/00081-500-2.57.


MoNTRERARt.


Minor and
consequential
amendments.


I






No. 13 of 1956. General L.oan and Stock. vIACGI
ISLANDS.




[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
P. 1). MACDONALD,
A ', (; Gor, rnor.
tith December, 1956.





VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No. 13 of 1956.

An Ordinance to declare the terms and
conditions applicable to loans authorised to
lb raised in England by the Government of
the Virgin Islands and to provide for the
creation of Virgin Islands Stock.
[6th December, 1956] CommeDce.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the
Colony of the Virgin Islands.
1. This Ordinance may he cited as the Short title.
General Loan and Stock Ordinance, 1956.
2. In this Ordinance, unless the context Interpretation.
otherwise requires-
the expression "Crown Agents" means all
or any one of them;
the expression "dollars" means dollars in
the currency of the Colony of the
Virgin Islands;
the expression stock includes both
inscribed and registered stock;
the expression "registered stock" means
stock transferable by instrument in
writing.






viRcsN 2 General Loan and Stoek. No. 13 of 1956,
ISLANDS.
Loans to be 3. Whenever by any Ordinance authority
raised by shall have been given, or Ahall hereafter be given,
debentures
or stock, to raise any sum of money for the purposes
mentioned in such Ordinance, the Governor, or
the Crown Agents acting on his behalf, may from
time to t:re, as he or they may deem expedient,
raise such sum either by debentures or by stock,
or partly by debentures and partly by stock.

Loans to be a 4. T'he principal moneys and interest
har1e upn represented by debentures or stock issued under
revenue, the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby
charged upon and shall bh payable out of the
general revenues and assets of the Colony.

Borrowing 6. When the Governor, or the Crown
dentures. Agents acting on his behalf, shall deem it
expedient to raise money by debentures, such
debentures shall be issued in London on behalf
of the Government of the Virgin Islands by the
Crown Agents, upon the best and most favourable
terms that can he obtained, and shall be signed
by any of them on that behalf.

Amount 6. Every debenture issued under the
of et,, provisions of this Ordinance shall be for the sum
of not less than four hundred and eighty dollars.

Debentures 7. The debentures shall be redeemable
may be either:
redeemed by eier
annual draw-
i 'S or b, (a) at par on a fixed date to be declared
the market on the issue of the debentures such date not
date fixed being later than sixty years from the date
of issue:

Provided that the Governor, or the
Crown Agents acting on his behalf, may
reserve the option to redeem the debentures
prior to such date on such conditions as may
be declared at the time of issue; or

(6) by annual drawings at par or at the
option of the Governor, or the Crown Agents
acting on his behalf, by purchase at or
below par.







No. 13 of 1956. General Loan and Stock. 3 VIRGit
ISLANDS.
8. There shall be attached to every lntorest
debenture coupons for the payment of the """uonS.
interest to become due in each half-year upon
the principal represented by the debenture. The
coupons shall be sufficient in number to provide
for the payment of the interest, either during
the whole period for which the debenture has to
run, or for such limited period as the Crown
Agents, acting on behalf of the Government of
the Colony, may determine.

9. The debentures and the coupons thereto Form of
shall be in such form as the Governor, or the denture
andi coulpolls.
Crown Agents acting on his behalf, may direct
or approve.

10. Every debenture and the coupon, and Debentures
the right to. receive the principal and interest nd'o""upons
represented thereby, shall be transferable by by de.ivery.
delivery.

11. Every debenture shall, before being Rcpistry of
issued. be registered in a register hook to lie kept deb"enture-.
for that purpose at the office in London of the
Crown Agents.

12. The interest upon the principal payment of
represented by each dehenture shall run from interest.
the day named in that behalf in the debenture,
and shall be paid half-yearly on the days named
in that behalf in the debenture, at the office in
London of the Crown Agents.

13. So long as any of the debentures Mode of
remain outstanding, the Governor, shall, in each providing for
payment of
half-Near ending with the day on which the interejsto
interest on the debentures falls due, appropriate debentures.
out of the general revenues and assets of the
Colony a sum equal to one half year's interest on
the whole of the debentures issued, including any
which may have been redeemed, but exclusive
of any which may have been at any time
exchanged for stock, and shall remit that sum to
the Crown Agents 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,






VIRGIN
ISLANDS.







Further uins
to be remitted
for the
redemption
of the
debentures.


4 generall Loan and Stock. No. 13 of 1956.

Debentures shall not he deemed to be outstanding
for the purpose of this Ordinance by reason only
that one or mole of the debentures have not been
presented for payment on the day appointed
for payment and have, in consequence, not been
paid.

14. (1) The Governor shall, in thie half-
year ending on the date specified in the terms of
issue of the loan as that on which the first
contribution to the sinking fund shall be taken
and in each subsequent half-year, appropriate
out of the said revenues and assets of the Colony
for the formation of a sinking fund, an additional
sum equal to one half of the annual contribution
specified in the prospectus or, in the case of a
loan not issued publicly, in the terms of issue
relating to the loan, in respect of the total
nominal amount of all the debentures issued,
including any which may have been redeemed,
but exclusive of any which may have been at
any time exchanged for stock, and shall remit,
that sum to the Crown Agents with the
remittance hereinbefore mentioned.


(2) Notwithstanding anything to the con-
trary contained in subsection i1) of this section, if
at any time the trustees of the sinking fund of any
loan issued under the provisions of this Ordinanlce
are satisfied that the value of the fund will be
sufficient with further accumulations of interest
but without further payment of contributions to
enable the loan to be redeemed out of the
proceeds of the sinking fund not later than the
final redemption date, the Governor may with
the approval of the Secretary of State suspend
further contributions to the said sinking funds:
Provided always that contributions to the
sinking fund shall he recommended if the
trustees shall at any time inform the Governor
that this is necessary.

Applicntion 15. The sinking fund shall be applied in
of sinking the first*place in payment of all expenses of or
fund, incidental to, the redemption of the debentures
and the cost aud expenses of all notice required







No. 13 of 1956. General Loan and StocX'.


5


by this Ordinance to be given, and in the next
place, and subject to the aforesaid payments, in
repayment of the principal moneys for the time
being represented by the debentures.

16. In the case of debentures redeemable
on a fixed date, the Crown Agents shall place at
interest or invest in the purchase of such
securities as may be approved by the Secretary
of State 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, as
a sinking fund for the final extinction of the
debt, and the Crown Agents shall also place at
interest or invest in the purchase of like securities
the accfimulations of interest or the dividends,
interest or produce of such in vestments and may,
from time to time, with the approval of the
Secretary of State, change any such investments
and shall hold such fund in Irust for the repay-
ment of the principal moneys for the time being
represented by the debentures.

17. In the case of debentures redeemable
by annual drawings, the Crown Agents shall
place and keep the moneys so remitted to therlm,
or so much thereof as may not be required for
immediate pa nyents, at interest, and shall hold
all such moneys and the accumulation thereon
in trust to aply them in the first place to the
purchase of the debentures when they can be
obtained at a price not exceeding par, and
secondly, to the redemption of the debentures by
means of annual drawings.

18. After the date specified in the Ordi-
nance authorising a loan as that on which the
contributions to the sinking fund shall commence
in respect of that loan, and so long thereafter
as any of the'debentures remain outstanding and
unsatisfied, the Crown Agents shall in every
year, unless the whole of the money applicable
in that year to the redemption of debentures has
been applied in the purchase thereof, appoint a
day in that year for the drawing by lot of the
debentures to be redeemed.


VTc.RIN
ISLANDS.





Creation of
sinking fund
for redemp-
tion of deben-
tutrs payable
on a fixed date.















)isposal of
linking fund
when deben-
tures are
redeemed by
plrchase or
by annual
drawings.







Appointment
of day for
drawing of
debentures.







V Hi -'. N"
ISLANDS.
Notice of time
and place
appointed for
drawing.


( General Lwto and Stok. No. 13 of 1956.

19. If a day is appointed for drawing, the
Crown A gnts shall give, by ad vert.inselmeit in the
London Times newspaper, not less than
fifteen days' previous notice, specifying the day
on which, and the hour and place at which, the
drawing will take place.


Moio.of 20. On the day and at the hour and place
drain. so specified thih Crown Agents shall hold a meet-
ing at which the holder of any debenture may, if
he think fit, be present, and shall then in the
presence of such debenture holders, if any, as
may attend, and of a Notary Public, draw by
lot, out of the whole num.b r of d'eentures for
the time being outstanding, debeIntiiurs of the
specified nominal amount.

Notice of 21. The Crown Agents shall thereupon
(l:dentnrcs declare the distinguishing numbers of the
remwn f, debentures drawn for redemption, and shall as
soon as may be, by advertisement in the London
"Times" newspaper, specify those numbers
and appoint a day, not being later as to each
debenture than the day on which the then
current half-year's interest thereon is payable,
on which the principal moneys represented by
the debentures so distinguished will be repaid.

Payment 22. On the day so appointed the Crown
ofdrawn Agents shall, at their office in London, on
debentures. demand, pay to the holders of the debentures
drawn for repayment the principal moneys
represented by those debentures, with a) interest
payable thereon up to that day.


Cesser ot
interest from
day appointed
for payment
of principal.


Redeemed
debenture to
be cancelled.


23. From and :ft--r the day appointed for
the repuayme t of any debenture all interest on
the principal moneys represented thereby shall
cease and determine, whether payment of the
principal shall have been demanded or not.

24. Upon the repayment of the principal
moneys represented by any debenture, the
debenture, with all coupons thereunto belonging,
shall be delivered up to the Crown Agents, to be
by them cancelled and disposed of in such a
manner as the Governor, or the Crown Agentq






No. 13 of 1956. General Loan and St. -'. 7 vmIn
ISLANDS.
acting on his behalf, may decide. Any debenture
redeemed by purchase shall likewise be so
cancelled and disposed of.

26. When the Governor, or the Crown Borrowing
Agents acting on his behalf, shall deem it expedient upMo stock.
to raise money by the issue of Virgin Islands stock,
then such stock shall be issued in England by the
Crown Agents under the provisions of the Act
of the Imperial Parliament entitled The Colonial 40 a& 4 vic.
Stock Act, 1877 ", upon the best and most favour- cap. 59u.
able terms that can be obtained.

26. All the stock which may be created under When the
the provisions of this Ordinance shall be redeem- principal is
able at par on a date to be named in that ehalf by to be repaid.
the Crown Agents when issuing the stock, such date
not being later than sixty years from the date of
issue:

Provided that the Governor, or the Crown
Agents acting on his behalf, may reserve the option
to redeem the stock in whole or in part, by draw
ings or otherwise at any time prior to such date
on such conditions as may be declared at the time
of issue. From and after the date appointed for
the red-inption of the stock or any part of it all the
interest on the principal moneys represented thereby
shall cea:e and determine, whether payment of the
principal shall have been demanded or not.

27. So long as any of the stock slall remain Mode of
unredeened, the (Governor shall, in each half-vear providing for
the payment
ending with the day on which the interest on such or interest
stock fall. due, appropriate out of the general on stock
revenues and assets of the Colony a sum equal to
one half-year's interest on the whole of such stock,
and shall remit that sum to the Crown Agents at
such time as will enable themit to pay thereout the
then current half-year's interest on the day when it
falls due.

28. (1) The Governor shall, in the half-year Me of
ending on the date specified in the terms of issue pr.'if.,ll,
of the loan as that on which the first contribution of principal
to the sinking fund shall be taken and in each of stock.
subsequent half-year, appropriate out of the said







vrnciN 8 Ge.eral Loan awd Stock. No. 13 of 1'' 8.
ISLANDS.
revenues and assets of the Colony for the formation
of a sinking fund an additional sum equal to one
half of the annual contribution specified in the
prospectus or, in the case of a loan not issued
publicly, in the terms of issue relating to the loan,
in respect of the total nominal amount of such stock
including any stock which may at any time have
been issued in exchange for debentures under the
authority of this Ordinance, and shall remit that
sum to the Crown Agents with the remittance
hereinbefore mentioned.

(2) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary
contained in sub-section (1) of this section, if at
any time the trustees of the sinking fund of any
loan issued under the provisions of this Ordinance
are satisfied that the value of the fund will be
sufficient with further accumulations of interest but
without further payment of contributions to enable
the loan to be redeemed out of the proceeds of the
sinking fund not later than the final redemption
date, the Governor may with the approval of the
Secretary of State suspend further contributions to
the said sinking fund:

Provided always that contributions to the sink-
ing fund shall be recommended if the trustees shall
at any time. inform the Governor that this is
necessary.

Creation of 29. The Crown Agents shall, for the pur-
sinking fund. pose of forming such sinking' fund, from'tinme to
time place at interest or invest in the purchase of
such securities as may from time to time be approved
by the Secretary of State 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 and shall also place at interest or invest
in the purchase of like securities the accumulations
of interest or the dividends, interest, or produce
of such investments, and may from time to time,
with the approval of the Secretary of State, change
any such investments, and shall hold such fund in
trust for the repayment of the principal moneys for
the time being represented by the stock,







No. 13 of 1956. General Loan and Stock. 9 VIRGIN
ISLANDS.
30. In case the sinking funds provided for Charge upon
by this Ordinance shall be insufficient for the pay- general
ment of all the principal moneys borrowed under revenue.
the authority of this Ordinance at the time the same
shall have become due, the G(overnor shall make
good the deficiency out of the general revenues and
assets of the Colony.

31. All expenses of or incidental to the Expenses to
management of the sinking fund, or to the payment be paid outof
sinking fund.
of the principal moneys borrowed, shall be paid out
of the sinking fund.

32. The Governor shall also have, and Powers of
may from time to time exercise the following powers Goernor.
and authorities or any of them:

(a) He may authorise the Crown Agents Debentures
when issuing any loan in the form of tove" tib,
debentures to declare that such debentures will on conditions
be convertible into stock at such dates and presribed by
the Crown
on such terms and conditions as may be Agents at
prescribed by the Crown Agents at the time time of issue.
of the issue of the debentures.

(b) He may declare all or any of the Conversion
Virgin Islands loans, whether existing in the eoane
form of stock or debentures, and whether
issued before or after the commencement of
this Ordinance, to be convertible into stock,
to be issued under the provisions of this
Ordinance.

(c) He may authorise the creation and Creation and
issue of such an amount of stock in exchange isue of stock
in exchange
for the securities held for such loans as may for othan
he necessary. securities.

(d) He may authorise the creation and Creation and
sale of stock
sale of any such stock or debentures for the or debentures
purpose of raising money for redeeming any to raise loans
Iand for oth.hr
outstanding loans whether issued before or purposes.
subsequent to the passing of this Ordinance,
for paying any expense in the creation of stock,
and otherwise for carrying out the provisions
of this Ordinance.







VIRGIN 10 General Loan fand Stock. No. 13 of 1956.
ISLANDS.
Arrangements (e) Any conversion so authorised may
foroonversion. be effected either by an Arrangement with
the holders of existing securities or by purchase
thereof out of moneys raised by the sale of
stock, or partly in one way and partly in the
other.
Exchange of 33. Nothing in this Ordinance contained
for stock shall authorise an increase of the capital or of the
annual charge on any loan, except-
(a) when securities exchanged for stock
bear a rate of interest not less than the stock,
an additional amount of stock may be created
and issued to make up the difference in
saleable value between the securities and the
stock;
(b) in the case of the conversion of
securities into stock the Crown Agents shall
issue such an amount of stock as may be
required to defray the stamp duties and all
other expenses incidental to the conversion;
(c) in accordance with such terms and
conditions as may be prescribed under para-
graph (a) of section 32 of this Ordinance.

Converted 34. The securities exchanged or otherwise
securities to converted into stock under the provisions of this
be cancelled. Ordinance shall be forthwith cancelled by the Crown
Agents, and the debentures surrendered shall be
cancelled and transmitted to the Governor.
Trustees to 35. The trustees of the sinking fund
apportion appointed under this Ordinance, and acting under
sinking fund any Ordinance authorising the irsue of any securities
released by which may be exchanged into stock or cancelled or
conversion, purchased under the provisions of this Ordinance,
shall determine what amount of the sinking fund
held by them and created for repayment of such
securities shall be released and in the determination
of such question the trustees shall take into
consideration the value of the whole investments
held by them on account of such sinking funds,
the amount of the debt remaining a charge on such
sinking funds, and such matters as the trustees
may think fit to take into account,







No. 13 of 1956. General Loan and Stock.. 11 VTarGI
ISLANDS.
36. So much of the sinking funds ;'; inay Sinking funds
be released shall either be transferred unto the rel b how
to be disposed
trustees of the stock sinking fund, or be disposed of of.
in such a manner as the Governor with the advice
and consent of the Legislative Council may direct.
87. The Crown Agents may from time to Creation.
time, at the request of the Governor, make arrange- isrition.
ments for all or any of the following things: issue. conver-
sion and
(1) For inscribing and registering stock toaferof
in their books.
(2) For managing the creation, inscription,
registration and issue of stock, including the
issue of certificates of title in respect of such
stock.
(3) For effecting the conversion of loans
into stock.
(4) For paying interest on stock and
managing the transfers thereof.
(5) For issuing stock certificates to
bearer, and, as often as occasion shall require,
re-inscribing or re-registering them,.
(6) For effecting the exchange or conver-
sion of inscribed stock into registered stock.
38. This Ordinance shall be applicable only Ruising of
to the raising of loans in England, and nothing in 1oa in the
this Ordinance contained shall prevent the raising
of loans in the Colony upon such terms and
conditions as shall be specified in any Ordinance
authorising the raising of such loans.
39. Authority is hereby given for the Reeulations
making of regulations under Section 16 of the te asfrn
Colonial Stock Act, 1877, to provide, that, in of stock.
accordance with section 1 of the Colonial Stock Act,
1948, stock issued (whether before or after the
passing of the last mentioned Act) under the w & 4
Vict. C.9
provisions of this Ordinance shall be transferable v 1i:
by instrument in writing in accordance with the iieo. 6 .
regulations and in no other manner.
G. P. ALLSEBROOK,
President,







VIRGIN 12 General Loan and Stock. No. 13 of 1956.
ISLANDS.
Passed the Legislative Council the 20th daly
of November, 1956.

H. O. C:HEQUE,
Clerk of / e Council.












































Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, ITeward Islands.
by E. M. BLACKMAN, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1957.


47/00454-570-2.57.


[Price 14 cents.]







No. 2 of 1957.


Enactment (Leeward Islands
Acts) Ordinance.


[L.S.]


I ASSENT,
P. ),. MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.
ill h February, 1957.










VIRGIN ISLANI)S.

No. 2 of 1957.

An Ordinance to enact certain Acts of the former
Colony of the Leeward Islands.


[1st July, 1956.1


Commence-
ment.


I,:N ('TED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virugi Islaiihds.

1. This Ordinance may he cited as the short title.
Enactment (Leeward Islands Acts) Ordinance,
1957.


2. In this Ordinance the expression '' the
appointed day means the first day of July. l156i.

3. (1) The Acts specified in the Schedule
hereto being Acts of the former Colony of the
Leeward Islands in force in the said Colony
immediately before the appointed day shall have
effect in the Colony of the Virgin islands as if
they had been enacted by the Legislative
Council thereof,


Interpre tati m.


Ennotmeut of
certniin Acts of
Ow hformenr
Collonx of the
Leeward
hIaiudp.


VIRGIN
ISLANDS.







VInGrN 2 Enactment (Li ard Inands No. 2 of 1957.
ISLANDS. Acts) Ordinance.
(2) Any instrument having effect in the
former Colony of the Leeward Islands immedi-
ately before the appointed day and made by
virtue of any Act referred to in subsection (1)
of this section shall have effect in the Colony of
the Virgin Islands as if it had been made in
pursiance of that Act as it has effect in that
Colony by virtue of the said subsection.
Date of oper- 4. Section 3 of this Ordinance shall be
tio. of section 3. deemed to have had effect as from the beginning
of the appointed day.

G. P). ALLSEBROOK,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this 24th
(d.y of January, 1957.

H. 0. CREQUE,
Clerk of the Council.



SCHEDULE.

PART I.
Cap. Short title.
2 The Apportionment Act
3 The Arbitration Act
8 The Fatal Accidents Act
9 The Insolvent Estates Act
11 The Libel and Slander Act
12 The .\liiiim..ii: Orders (Facilities for Enforcement)
Act
14 The Prescription Act
18 The Real Property Limitation Act
19 The Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments Act
32 The Female Lunatics (Protection) Act
4,4 The Probation of Offenders Act
55 The Government Chemists Certificate. Act
60 The King's Seamen's Clothing Act
62 The Merchant Seamen's Discipline Act
70 The Uniforms Act
71 The British .liniEtrv and Consuls Act







No. 2 of 1i957. Enactment (Lewrw Ir Ilan'is 3 VIRnct
Acts) Ordinance. ISLANDS.

PART I-(cont'd).

Cap. .s,'.rf title.
73 The Oaths Act
95 The lReal Estate Charges Act
96 The Real Property Act
101 The Vendor and Purchaser Act
106 The Hours for Marriages- Act
120 The Promissory Oaths Act
129 The Overseas Nurses' Pension Act
130 The Pensions Act
138 The Bills of Lading Act
142 The Factors Act
143 The Merchant Shipping (Agreements) Act
146 The Partnership Act
156 The Wrecks Inquiries Act
157 The Antigua Diocesan Synoi Incorporation Act
158 The Seventh Day Adventist Church Incorporation Act


PART II,


No. I' Year. Short title.

/1928 The Pensions Amendment Act, I'-.
71'. -' Tlew Real Represeitative Act, 192I
9/l 'I The New Edition of the Statutes Act, 1928
4/1929 The Pensions (Consolidatin Act, 1911, Amendmient Act,
1929
2/1930 The Patents Act, Amendriment .Act. 1930
.', /:.;II The Unitcd Kingdom De-)ign s (Protection) Act, 1930
.1.,.lI*. The Infant Life (P1resciratiot, Act. i:, ,i
1/1931 The Pejnsiins (Amendmetiti) Act., ., :i
2/1931 The Small (Charges Amendment Act. 1931
411931 The Arbitration (For'eign Awards Act,) 1931
5/1931 The M.i l'..i iii.- Orders (Facilities for Enforcement)
Amendment Act, 1931
4/1932 The Small Charges (Amendment) Act, 1932
12/1932 The Obeah (Amendment) Act, 1' .;
17/1932 The Merchant -ipp.nji (Agreements) (Amendment) Act.
1932
19/ 19.' The Stamil) (Amendmnent) Act(. 1932
2:. 1?,': The Small Trespass (Amendic ent) Act, 1932

.': T .'. The Commissions of Inquiry Act, 1.: :
/1933 The :ill of Ex, i. i,',. (Amendment) Act, 19:30







VIRGIN 4 Enactment (Leeward Islands No. 2 of 1957.
ISLANDS. Acts) Ordinance.

No. & Year. Short title.

4/1933 The Imperial Lighthouse Dues Act, 1933
7/1933 The Small Charges (Amendment) Act, 1933
8/1933 The Criminal Law Amendment (Amendment) Act, 1933
911933 The Registration and Records (Amendment) Act. 1933
1,/19; S;T e n Rr!m ary Jnrisdict;ion (.Amnndment) Act, 1933

3/1934 The United Kingdon Designs (Protection) (Aimendment)
Act, 1934
4/1934 The Patents granted in the United Kingdom (Aimendment)
Aet, 1934
:/i' 1:;l The Pensions 'Amenldment) Act, 1934
8/1934 'The kM.,, I .- (Prniibited Degrees of Relationship) Act,
1934
211935 The Judgments Act, 1:'.;'
fi/ 1;''. The ()l...-, 4 Against the Person Act, 1935
lII1:I/.' The Protection of Ainimlas Act, 1 .'

2/1936 The Small Charges Act, 1936
4/1936 The Pensions Act, 1936

10/1937 The Probates (Resealing) Act, 1937
15/1937 The Title by Registration (Amendment) Act, 1937
18/1937 The Infant Life (Preservation) Act, 1937
21/1937 The Labour (Minimum Wage) Act, 1937
29/1937 The Counterfeit Currency (Convention) Act, 1937
30/1937 The Jury (Amiendment) Act, 1937

4/1938 The Companies (A amendment) Act, 1938

4/1939 The Oil ..... against the Person (Amendment) Act, 1939
",1'.'., The Employment of ('Chil. ir. Prohibition Act, 1939
7 1939 The Stamp (Amendment) Act, 1939
8'1939 The Workmun's (Coiipensation (Amendment) Act, 1939
9 1939 The Production 0of Telegrams Act. I i.-'#
12 1939 The Pensions (Valiiation) Act, 939
13/1939 The Stamp (Amendment No. 2) Act, 1939
1:l/1'.3'. The Summary Jurisdiction (Amendment) Act, l:19

1/1941 The liIl...: Masters Fees (Validating) Act, 1941
3/1941 The Undesirable Persons Expulsion (Amendment) Act,
1941
5/1941 The ('01 .... against the Person (Amendment) Act, 1941
7/1941 The Pensions (Amtendiment) Act, 1941
9/1941 The Counterfeit Currency Act, 1911
10/1941 The Sedition and Undesirable Publications (Amendment)
Act, 1941
11/1941 The Administration of Estates by Consular Officers Act,
1941
1./1911 The Stamp (Amendment) Act, 1' 11
16/1941 '1 1.- Workmen's Compensation (Amendment).Act, 1941







No. 2 of 1957.


No. & Year.


1/1942
3/1942
4/1942

6/1942
8/1942


Enactment ( Leeward Islands 5
Acts) Ordinance.

Short title.

Trade Unions (Amendment) Act, 1942
Evidence (Amendment) Act, 1942
Legitimacy (Amendment) Act, 1942
Small Charges (Amendment) Act, 1942
Pensions (Amendment) Act, 1942.
Stamp (Amendment) Act. 1942


4/1943 The Title by Registration (Amendment) Act, 1943


1/1944

4/1944
6/1944
7/1944
8/1944
13/1944
14/1944
15/1944
16/1944

3/1945
9/1945

1011945


5/1946

2/1947
3/1947

6/1947

11/1947
12/1947

2/1948
3/1948
15/1948
1511949

1/1949
3/1941.

5/1949

6/194'9
8/1949
18/1949

5/1950


The Magistrate's Code of Procedure (Amendment) Act,
1944
The Dangerous Drugs (Amendment) Act, 1944
The Pensions (Amendment) Act, 1944
The Wills (Soldiers and Sailors) Act, 1944
The Small Charges (Amendment) Act, 1944
The Administration of Small Estates Act, 1944
The Wills (Soldiers and Sailors) (Amendment) Act, 1944
The Death Duties Remission (War Casualties) Act, 1944
The Trade Unions (Amendment) Act, 1944

The Trade Unions (Amendment) Act, 1945
The Seventh Day Adventist Church Incorporation
(Amendment) Act, 1945
The Magistrate's Code of Procedure (Amendment) Act,
1945

The Extradition Act. 1946

The Trade Unions (Amendment) Act, 1947
The Undesirable Pei'sons Expulsion (Amendment) Act,
1947
The Trust Corporation (Probate and Administration) Act,
1947
The Currency Interpretation Act, 1947
The Pensions Act, 1947

The Supreme Court (Amendment) Act, 1948
The Summary Jurisdiction (Amendment) Act, 1948
The Legitimacy (Amendment) Act, 1948

The Matrimonial Causes (War Marriages) Act, 1949
The Aliens Land Holding Regulation (Amendment) Act,
1949
The British Nationality (Fees. Offences and Penalties)
Act, 1949
The Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Act, 1949
The Corporal Punishment Act, 1949
The Sale of Goods Act, 1949
The Larceny (Protection of Predial Produce) Act, 1949

The Offences against the Person (Amendment) Act, 1950


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VIRGIN 6 Enactment (Leeward Islands No. 2 of 1957.
ISLANDS. Acts) Ordinance.
No. 4: Year Short title.

4/1951 The Diplomatic Privilege (Extension) (Amendment) Act, 1951
5/1951 The Stamp (Amendment) Act, 1951
8/1951 The Causes of Action (Survival) Act, 1951
9/1951 The Fatal Accidents (Amendment) Act, 1951
10/1951 The Police Pensions (Preservation of Rights) Act, 1951
1/1953 The Telecommunications (Amendment) Act, 1953
4/1 ':.: The Small Charges (Amendment) Act, 1953
711'.":. The Pensions (Amendment) Act, 1953
9/1953 The Corporal Punishment (Amendment) Act, 1953
15/1953 The Offences against the Person (Amendment) Act, 1953
16/1953 The Sentence of Death (Expectant Mothers) Act, 1953
19/1953 The Stamp (Amendment) Act, 1953
21/1953 The Unrepresented Estates (Amendment) Act, 1953
3/1954 The Larceny (Amendment) Act, 1954
5/1954 The Immigration and Passport (Amendment) Act, 1954
7/1954 The Agricultural Small Holdings (Amendment) Act. 1954
9/1954 The Title by Registration (Amendment) Act, 1954
12/1954 The Virgin Islands (Commissioner of the Supreme Court)
Validation Act, 1954
15/1954 The Evidence (Amendment) Act, 1954
1/1955 The Stamp (Amendment) Act, 1955
2/1955 The Summary Jurisdiction (Amendment) Act, 1955
4/1955 The Pensions (Amendment) Act, 1955
14/1955 The Small Charges (Amendment) Act, 1955
21/1955 The Post Office (Amendment) Act, 1955
2/1956 The Promissory Oaths (Amendment) Act, 1956
3/1956 The Interpretation and General Clauses (Amendment) Act
1956
5/1956 The Magistrate's Code of Procedure (Amendment) Act, 1956
711956 The Larceny (Amendment) Act, 1956.












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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1957, No. 4.


THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRESCRIBEDI DISEASES)
ORDER, 1957, DATED FEBRUARY 5, 1957, MADE BY THE
GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTIONS 23(5) AND 50
OF THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ORDINANCE, 1956
(No. 24/1956).



1. Citation. This Order may be cited as the Work-
men's Compensation (Prescribed Diseases) Order, 1957.

2. Interpretation. For the purposes of this Order
"the Ordinance" means the Workmen's Compensation Ordi-
nance, 1956.

3. Prescription of Diseases. The diseases set out
in the Schedule hereto are hereby prescribed as diseases to
which section 23 of the Ordinance applies.

4. Sequelae or resulting conditions. Where a
person is suffering from a condition which, in his case, has
resulted from a prescribed disease, the provisions of section 23
of the Ordinance shall apply to him as if he were suffering
from that disease, whether or not the condition from which he
is -lt' r-1_' is itself a prescribed disease.

Made by the Governor in Council this 5th day of
February. 1957.

F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.









SCHEDULE.

1. Anthrax

2. Arsenical poisoning
3. Chrome ulceration, that is to say, ulceration due to
chromic acid or bichromate of potassium, sodium or
ammonium or any preparation of those substances.
4. Inflammation or ulceration of the skin produced by
dust, liquid or vapour (including the condition known
as Chlor-acne but excluding chrome ulceration).
5. Epitheliomatons ulceration due to tar, pitch, bitumen,
mineral oil or paraffin, or any compound, product or
residue of any of those substances.
6. Lead poisoning
7. Toxic jaundice, that is to say, jaundice due to
tetrachlorethane or nitro- or amido-derivatives or
benzene or other poisonous substance.
8. Glanders
9. Telegraphist's cramp
10. Ulceration of the corneal surface of the evye
11. Cataract caused by exposure to the glare or rays from
molten glass or molten or red-hot metal.

12. Respiratory infections as a result of exposure to high
or low temperatures.
1 3. Tuberculosis resulting from close and frequent contact
with a source or sources of tuberculosis infection by
reason of employment-
(a) in the medical treatment or nursing of
a person or persons suffering from tuberculosis,
or in a service ancillary to such treatment or
nursing;'
(b) in attendance upon a person or persons
suffering from tuberculosis, where the need for
such attendance arises hv reason of physical or
men til infirmity.

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A NTIGUA.
STAT'IIT'()IY IJJLES AN) ORDERS.

1957, No. 7.
THlE VEHICLES :AND ROAD TRAFFIIC (AMI ENM IMENT) REGULA-
TIONS, 1957, DATED FEBRUARY 5. 1957, MADE BY THE
GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 77 OF THE
VEHICLES AND ROAD TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 1946 (No.
5 OF 1946) AS AMENDED.

1. Citation. These Rtegulations may be cited as the
Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment) Regulations, 1957,
and shall be read as one with the Vehicles and Road Traffic
Regulations, 19-6 (S. R. & 0. 1946 No. 22), as amended,
hereinafter called the Principal Regulations.
2. Amendment of Second Schedule. The
Second Schedule to the Principal Ordinance is hereby amended
by the substitution of the following paragraphs for paragraphs
(1) and (2) thereof:-
(1) Each plate must be rectangular and bear upon
it the index mark of "A G for private motor cars,
motor lorries and motor cycles, H for public service
vehicles, and the separate number n--i'igitd to the motor
vehicle by the Licensirng Officer, the mark and number
being arranged in conformity with the arrangement of
letters and figures shown on the diagram.

(2) (a) In the case of a private motor car, motor
lorry and a motor cycle the ground of the plate must be
black, the mark and number must be white; and
(b) In the case of a public service vehicle and a
bicycle the ground of the plate must be green and the
mark and figures must be white."
3. Commencement. These Regulations shall come
into force on 1st April, 1957.
Made by the Governor in Council this 5th day of
February, 1957.
F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.
XNTIGUA.
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