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The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette

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

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Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Montserrat ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands ( lcsh )
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serial ( sobekcm )
legislation ( marcgt )
federal government publication ( marcgt )
periodical ( marcgt )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
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Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.

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Preceded by:
Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by:
Antigua official gazette
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Montserrat official gazette
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Virgin Islands official gazette

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93
AND
~i~' VRGIN 1-SL'rNS 6AITE
JTubtishecl 6y vJit'uoriay.
TH L 1~S)AY,~ tuMA ', 1 )7.No. iii
t c eo~; Cockburu, Miss A., t ') c t-r t i 1i oI e d Gordon, P. A. W., Ilinect 1f coolsl,
'Peaolier to, hi*(. ('rturateil lthi''IMt- h, be Elu'titi tic Lr. liallicatioli aix School Assistant it, ii lltt iti'n~i. J~an. 1
I t is 11ien~ 1)yInI t ir -I, I fo gfenra .' Ncatn Oe[atnR-nrt AIot infirtn~itiiii tint lrig ilier K. 11.CoeblsV. hJ-0- P'
CoLLE N tissuwrioi citniand of the In oe isVt aJiii ~ Ps
Caribbent A i.'a on tho 3rd April. Davis, A.. S:-nior Clcr[,, Pf asant 1),1957, in sueces,,iwi to Brigadier R. vetopmeot Snrx ies, At,,rivilt ral Halsteid, C., to Ile in Clerk, 1C. S. I IA 1,L. C). 1. E. Depart nen i, Antigiia, disnii.,s- d. ll isi n, Anlit ia. April 1
Oh if 8o'e l'ear1y''i Q ice, Arl1 Hampson, Miss M.,Yno I i al~ t e d
Anig~ua. Davis, Ddiss L., 13 ocert t icatl Toacher, Tfeat-hor to b- ("nin Itio;Jvf IEleent27th April, f9,57. to be C('ertificateil El-inentary School ai Schiool Assistant (lass 11. EditRef. No,, 53t/Ool13 Assistamnt. EdulcationiDprtet cationlleatnitAtga
- -Antigua .l. an. 1
TIh ,Wministrato r od Antignia has Davis, 0., Illncertifictolt TeXacher. to Harris, W., Utictrtiticaited Tl'ctc,r to, appointed tie- undornientiolied Marri- be. Cnificaitc-t Itlonientiry Sch lool lio C erti heatked Eleni(entar.N i'ool age Officer tor the Colony of Aitigna: A ssa ,EdIctotDpatii Assjsiflot C~e11, E lhwatio DeC'evereitd Henry Lee. Antigua. .a II. 1 partntent. Alinguti. ,Iao 1
Ahmniistrelor'S ourc~t~ Efr~etr
A ntig i a. Dyer, Mrs. P., -ertificated Elexntitary Henry, Mrs. E., Ceriiae ~ ~o-r
26th April, 1957. Schiool A ssistaiit, Class 11, to lbe 14chool Asistarit Class 11. -to be
Rof. No, S11 Certiticat,-d EC I ct i n tat r y olool (', ry ti liit T n i Elie ttr VSeito
Assistant Class 1, Eduocation DIat- A -si-ta it ('l-iis 1, Edit-a'ioni Detninit. Antigut. -hill. I pat att A iltigwla. Jli. 1
Ni l, i 0. ,ta Iniet. Edwards, C. E., School AtItendi ncc Hill, Mrs. C., TIt T Ieach''-. Virgitn
Apl)6wnwts, rwis', r, Of%,Oi 0icer, Education Deoinrtiw-iir. to LlaIotd to lii- (criniticat'il E1>1ionttile 1oldbl' serl. iofe wxithi etf.ect tinin be. Hospital Steward, Holli,-rtoni at-n- cliool !k'sistatit ('last 11, Editthe Ii5stat-id'- r tililislied for loptl nin. Ati 7 ctinm Deptt-tnnt, Atiino.
geI onslitl Aniiua Apilt 17iii onArl
Armsron. F, t b- NitirHeaerEdwards, R., Certificated Eleuieita-v
Armsron, F, to1- il(,terRoaer, ',School flead 'Peachier. Class 1, to h)e Ho, C. St-ito C.lierk, to 6, Pi-ricipal.
I )epuat iu- -it of 1,-i iiit V I cf.iand Assistant Inspector of Schools, Deltitiit of Cunttiis, E.xcise
(altroige.A it ~ ot. .Ja. 1 Jt'~j cation Dopartionit, Anttigua. Port etc., At it i-t. A p'il II
Atbill, R., to hi- ,Jutli-r Clerk, (Cntral Jani. I Hodge, P., Petty Officer Class I11.
iBoat-d of, Health, ~ lI Ferris, A., IUnc-1ti ficated Teacher to Central lh o I of I teal th, to be
Nr I he Certificated Elerientarv School 'i-It i 0m-r, C 'loas 11, Nlental
Bailey, MI., tot bh' -TIiiirIn. Peasant Assistant Class 11, E1ducation De- 1- iA AiticIita. A pril 8
lJ-velopmnent Servic .s, Agricultural mtieAngm. J.I
lDepartuit-nt, Anti-tia. April I Hitiet ntga al odge, J. V., A c c o ui n t an t, Peasant
Brown, Miss I., Uncertilieated Teacher, Forde, K., to be Junior Clerk, -Fish- Development Services, Agricultural
to b- Corti ficated FleroentarN School cries Branch, Agricultural Depqart- Det'lrtinent, to bet Exanififl(- of
AssstntElnea in I)i-pattien, ni nt, Atttignt. .Jatn. I Aerc tunts, A udit, Antigo a.
Assitan, Rucai(,nDeprtmntMarch I A ntignat. .Jail. 1 Francis, Miss U., Certiticatod Eb-itentBrowe, E. Ju~io Clek t be ary School Assistant Clas s IT, to Huggins, Mrs. C., .Juiiior C-i,'k, lEducaSwne, VCler, Cniora Cler tof be e Certificated ElenmentaryN Schelool tin IDelartmient, Antigua, resigned. Health, Cler,ntra BArdl 1 Assistant Class 1, Educatioii De- April 1
parrnftit Anigu. Jn 1 Hunte, C., to lhe .Junior0 Clerk, AdininBurton, Miss M., IUncertiticated teacherr itain niu. Arl1
to be Certificated Elementary school Coatha, Miss S., to be JTunior Clerk, tsrtitAtin.pil1
Assistant Class 11, Education De- D~epartmient of El' etricity lce and Husbands, C. S., Magisti ate. Grenada,
pairtint, Antigna. ,Jan. 1 Cold Storage, Antigna11. Jan 1 tli aisreDst IA'an
Byani, Miss H., ljitc.rtificttte(I Teacher. Comes, Miss E., lUncertiflctited Te-achier, -B1 ", Antigua. April 1
to tie Certi ficatted Elem-nentary School to be Certificated Eleiuentary School
Assistant, Educatioin TIepartment, Assistant, Education Departmecnt, Isaac, Miss D., Cprtiticttd Elemnentary A nIiirna. Jan. 1 Antigua. Janl. I School Ass istaitt CIhiss 11, to be
Certii cat ed ElI e in P n ta r v School
Challenger, A. A. M., Chief Petty Officer, Cordon, E., to be Junior Clerk, Adl- Assistant C'lass 1, Edlucation lDePublic Works Department, Antigua, administration, Antigua April 14 partmneit, Antigua, Jan. 1
retied.Mar h 9James, Miss R., to h, -Junior Clerk,
Charity, Miss E., to be ,Junior Clerk. Gordon, P., to be Junior Clerk, Post Magistrtite's Office, Antigua.
:\diniiiistration, Antigua. Jan. 1 Office, Antigua, Feb. 4 Jan. 1
'X 72 /




94 THE ANTIGUA, AWNTSERIAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZ17TTE. [Mlay 2,1957.
Jarvis, Miss A., lneitch3'ahr. Asistant Class 1, Education Depart- The Magistrate's Code of Procedure
to s CrtiicaedEleentry chol ent, Anti-iia. .lan. 1 At ~.6 sAedd
Assistant. Etltiation ]),,p:I rtmelt, At a.6 sAedd
Antitua. .m. j Rodgers, Miss V., to lbe Wardl Sister,
TI ollberti'ti HIospital, Aniit gn.
Jarvis, S. C., fiinior bll A litli arch 25 ~ sotjl 'ruvri
tratiolt, to be Senior Clt,-i, It, iss-ii'1 11 ; '-ia
trate's Office, A nti-uit. April I Smith, Miss D., Ftict:rtificatedl Teaclier, tiin thatin -xercise- of the, .owers, to 1)0 Certi flcated Elemren1tarV, >(liool veste n ro, 1f ,n lv sectionn 2A (2) '1' the Johnson, Mrs. A. M, ., C-rih c ted El '- Assisitant. Education 1)epa'rtrywnt, Mati' dL0[PiCIl( At 'V i ;t 61. ,nfnod, 1, r'* rising
ineltat Schol \e~tant'las 11 A tt nu. ilt I.ia ir tat to i c(Ii den ce 1i the
i0~ 1,ril :ttel'to i'tar v School
iaI,'L'ab aI Smith, iliss E., i nicet~ifieoted i''achelr Joval tY, lu critv tin111 ;d ity of ptar i t A titi Lit]. 01 to ki. coit totd Eleinttar\y School Joshua flezeiiah Joseph, ;,-re y i
Assi,-tait t 'lass 11, Eaiucati' lDe- lii' OOt t tl appotoit the said Kelsic, Mrs. J, t- ho Jiii e er k, part li ut, .\ o ign. lan. I Joshua tiezekiah joseph it) I)- a .1ost ice
Ad 111.itw. of tie i'a-n and for the Islail of
Stevens, L., hi nior Clerk, Chief Secre- B Lhl) It iti I l' 1 f ofI Anti gua Lynch, Miss E., to) le Junior Clerk. 1:11 y s Office, Iu' exard Islanc ls, to be during siich tinas lie may he perIEliication lDeparttuent, Antiautia. I I, it i o r ('jerk, Admiinist ration, fortning- theo i die of WaIrden of' the April 1 AntigilnA. April 1 said IsLin( ofl 41tivlit)lti.
Martin, D., to he .11n11ior Clerk. I tepart- Walter, D., to bp .1unior Clerk. Pi ~blic Datei this 23rd day fApi,197
injent, of t' tstoins, Excise P'ort, etc., WV iks Depa rtmenit, Antigna.yofArl 97
Antig-ti. 'janl t April 1 Alec Lovelace,
Matthew, Miss N., to e Ihinior Clerk, Walters, A. G., Petty Officer ('lass I luiarte
Ptist Ofice, A nti-tua. ay20 Registrars 01tlic-, Ati ia. retired.
Merchant, Miss B., Certificatedl Elt- March 31 Admin ie4rator's Qffice.
lntittiarv 'Sch''l Assistanit Class 11, Warner, Miss L., Gertiftled Kl(,ment- S.jo/ilS,
to th etitct Etetit'itarv School1 arv School Assistant Class 11, to A n/if/ni.
Ass-,istaint C hiss 1. Education D epart b~(- ,rtitlcate'l Elementary Schooel 25t1? A pril, l957.
untili. Anltic n. Ca.A.istt lass H1, Education JDe- fo..133I
Michael, V. A. B., J unior CJ,,rh, P;' ist ]'trttiilnt. Antigua. n
D, va-Jopn'lit Si'rviccs. Xgri(-iI I tl Warner, L.., iUt ctrti ticated 'reticler. to Diepartinent, Antigua the ( 'rtitiateil Eletientar Scliool
April 7 tasntI Clas;s I, E1ducatit -1t. It, is, witifitl for general informamn'tn. Atitigna. jitf. I hion that by virtue oif the power and
Oliver, L., Junmior Clerk, Cntonbi to al rilt n v vested !it ie under section
bt! Sen io r ClIer k, [Post (Office, Williams, A. E. L., Assistant Inspector 3 of' the Coroners Act. 1949 (No. 11 At i n Api of ichools, to the Inspector (if of I 949) and of all other powers and4
Schools, Education D)epartmnent, authorities me thereunto enabling, I O'Marde, J. E., Junior Clerli, Hlolb-r- Antigua. Ia.1 d e-ya~omtJsu ee~
totiHosital second asl1~~i- ntgJoseph. lurinu such time as he may Otiepr, Antilia. Aptril 19 lie performing the duties of Warden
O 'Mre Mrs. G. Certificated Eleinit- CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES of tie Itlatid of liarhuda in the
areoolAsttatCas1,t Colony of Atitigutt, to he a Deputy
ary cliol Asistat Clss 1, toCoroner in atnd for tho Magisterial bo C. rti ficated Elemeo ntikr S'bool1 N o. .51. Ditriet (C in thle said Island and
AsK~ 1n s Education Deji:t
met t A utgna311)i. 1 The Secretary oif State for the ons
Colonies has informed the Giovernor
Parker, P., Uncertiticated Teacher to that the power of disallowance will Givenit nder mny hand at Antigua
be Certilicated E1'lemrentary School not lie exercised in respect (if the the 23rd tlaY of April, 1957.
Assistatit C lass 11, Education De- undermnentioned Ordinances:partinent, Antigta. Jatn. 1Aniu-leLola,
Perry, Miss G., Uncertificated Teacher /AciLoseator
to lie (X-rtificated Elementary School No. 26 of 1956, The Title by Amnsrtr
Assistant Class 1, Education Depart- Registration Act (Amend inent) Ordi- Adm iieistrafor's, Q/Jhte,
meaIt, Anitigua. ,Jan 1 glance, 1956 ". S't. John's,
Petia 0., P'rincipal Audit, to he. Ref. No. 47100458. An f tai iit.
Accotitant, Peasant DevelopmentVignIlds25hAw, 97
Set v ices, Agticulitural Departmnt, Virin s3f.. No. A. 1333-11.
Attina. Set., 955 No. IS of 1956, The Public Assistance Ordinance, 1 956'. -Reynolds, C. N., Senior Clerk. Central
II'isitg and Planning Authority. Ref. No. 47/00376. It is notiA for general informato be. 'School A ttendaiwe Oftficer, tioti that Mm-1s. Juan Rosa Cassel of
EdncteaK' i Depattment. Ant igna. Wi Ilo-nson Cross, St. ,John'sI Anitigua,
April 7 N o. 52. wvas registered on the 24th April,,
19,57, as a citizen of the United KingRoherts, C., Certificated] Elementary The following Statutory Rule and doin and Coltonies under the British
Sch'r)] IHead Teacher Class II, to Order is circulated with thi, Gazette Natioitality Act, 1948.
1) "ortiticatedl Eletnetitary School and formns part thereof:
1-leti TI'ach- r, Class 1, Education Che Sccenis 0(fire,
D epttnent. Anitign1a. J1an. I. A n lgua. Lepwai d islands
Roberts, 'i';iss hA., ( 'i-L fcat el Elna-t- o 2 of 1957, lie W)rhinvin's tAltiU.
;tr\ K ,Iwol Assisftnt Cl~iss 11, to Comipfensation 1igtaitt,1957.'" 4Ath pri. I 9i?7.
bv n' rifl catiil 1teiii't:1rV School 58 pp1. Price 72 Cens ef N. 12




May 2, 1.)157] THE ANTI'U'UA, Al0N_1 SE1,'1l.A'F AND VIRGIN ii, 'LANDS GA/1,11,1'TE 11) 5
TRADE M k 0FIT,'E
TIZAM ATIOZKS OFUR'I". lipplications ire invite(I froin suit,liNTIGUA, 110i April 19,57. PLYAl 0 -TH. 'N[0 _NTS F, R R ATI a!,Iv oju defied caDdidates preferably
6111 \prll, 195T. bac*helors, for appointinerit. to the
THI,: RoRDEN CoMi'A' iY of 350 T. 11. ESTABI'ZOOKS G-.. Dinited, po)st of Supernumerary Vetc riilary
madisoli AV-1111", _New SliL e Of (if 6201 Park Avenue, Montreal, Officer for Grellada, 8C. Lucia, and
New Yo;,k, U.S. A., h tv;- :q)pl;I ti fill' Canada. Merchaias have applied for St. Vincent, particulars ol which are Rogistn,tioll of onc, Tl-mli' I;Irlc con- Registration (if two 'I'lade, Marhs (.,,on- as follows:Fisting of ille followitli-t:- SiStiDg Of tile f*OJl()Wil111-- Appointment:
Th, pol4 is ai present non-pensionaljl.,. 'I'lle ollict r .vill h- subject to
P the Colntli;d Peullhiticl)", local Genh
enil (Ird-rs, Fiii ,nci;i; mid Store
P. I -h rt":
S ta rld. (2) 1 wAy fioni tinw if) tini, 1,,7 iii force.
Salary:
in Cl,,ise 42, that is to ,a : 41ihsiances Tht, is ill tile sr J- ",: "Slo X
use.,- ;Is foo(i to-;18 ill food.
'20 1,800 ( 800 x 25-1000) per
claim thut, they 'Y
Th,- Appiicanl., ammin. plus i, 1;;ty itildition of 'W/ of
liave use(i tilt- s tit rrwie ixfari in
respect (if tho S;liiI "(I,,id'; for 35 vears Allowances:
befor', tht- Littto:- (If ti,,-ir iiid pplica- t. Trlvf llill ilid Sui; it;tellc(, 1 I low
tioll. alle"s will bot ill Iccordallco
Any pvrson inity within t li ree with local r;,gnlitt fus in respect of
nionths front dic datti (if the first approve( d trael oil dkity.
,appearance of this Advertist-nient in
the Ajitigqw, -lion of,- Fi)Irlin Quarters:
1s1aj,,d;,, G(il ',Ito,, -; e i:i oltipli- 'ti-l-s are m it prm i(l d. hut ill
cate :it dii- Tradt- Mz!r Oilico. Anti- of Govt rimieni. qwtrters
gll;!, of oppo ifiolj l" r-::,;lrRijo1l of b(!itl,, avmlablo, tile Officer ,,ill be
the S ,id Tnoio, ill 42, tha, i 4 to, ;;t% Substallct-k re(Illired it) I)j rellt;d 11(it "Neo(-ding
used as food or a, ingredients ill food. 10% if hi.,' slihill.k. CECIL (). !!YUWN
Trwh, 'I'll (,, kpplieants claiin Ilia( they Leave and Leave Passages:
have iis d ilit, slid Trade. ill V;wan('11 1-lve will ho "ralo, I at
r,-spect of tilt- siid goot
,- is 1'( r fifty- the i,;it,. of 4.5 11;lys Cor each .ow !)I Ied City Rate for 1917' sk'Vell Vears Iwflire thu (late (d theil. 1),-ri0d 10 12 mouths rsidelit kiiNice,
sai(l. Application. ;WCltlflllI,1bI(,- up tz, 180 da v .
Noti(.e i hereby -:Vt-!i that tile, I ilia y -vithin three 1"-av % ill Ili- gl. il0i-d ill
Any _) Irson 'lecordmic- wilil 1I CA
City IZAH Assissnici t List, f(or 1957 niontlis from the datt, of the first has been posted oil the (mt, r thn)r or appearance of the Adver"isem-ot ill tile Treasury alld k the Office ()f The tho Antiyii(i, .11onl8errat Virlbi ,,Passages:
_! t A) t I!,. N7
ceritn-1, Ro:[rd of lit'Ath, Morket kiiiixii-ard IsStreet. Istelods Illids Vill 1w I i.;o"i(i. (I for tile officer
cate at tile Trwip Marks OfTio--('. MontTl fixed 4,11 propel ii's north :Md. it hi, %vife and o1hildren
fit,' tki- flvet -,vhich ;Ilills 1.3ellnett s(rrat of Opposition to rogisti'lition of' ill 111k chiidami Vi vs.m ,-;treots mih I Ir on issossed the sai(t rrade Alarl s. rtii to Ile, ucdcr 18 ye:irs of age,
alllm;il 1 (,lltill N'Mue If $18.00 is 5% 1". 0. (". HARRIS. unnilirried and dt-,)(-1ldent oil the
all(] (4 $-18.00 and over 7i". The 11 officer.
'0 teViIilrur of T)wde Jfitrks.
rate I'll 111 othcr prop"l-ty under an Duties:
as8ess(d totimid rent d v dm- (it' 48.00 The officer \"ill have his headquater-4 hl Gr(,wtd;[ 1,i will lio 1-4111ired
is 10" and ()I S_1, N) 111'1 Jver 15%. It is notified foe gonpral itiforma- f or I tilt,,- in al.v ol the throo Ishands.
AnN person whu obi-et-, to an.Nr tioll that bv aLI'l-eillent ri-wIled beassessilit'llt ill the S 11;(l li 11111st lodge lff will he to tho Chilz4f
his objection in writin- with the twe"11 tilt! Post 0(lic( Department of Secr,-i o-y ]mll \oill 1w iwdr ill., conSecretary, Central Board of Health Cawda and the governmentt of Anti- trol of the Supeiinterident of kgri-within fourteen (LAN8 tifter tile date gtla, the Collvpll"Oll coll"l-nilig tile cifltur,-, Of t1W C()IOOV in WhiCh Ili- is exchange of Molloy Orders betwet n I
of this notice. A. R. Meade, thi-, Dorn inimi of Canada and the for the tilne beill'-, si'roill011oliv tit* Antiutl;t s;1('nPd fit Ottawlt Medical Attendance:
Cenhwl Board ofllealth. ( ... 21 t June, 19.56, and at 6t. Jollil's, Frue infdici;1 ititendmice and 7w diCentral Board of Health, Antigna, on 16th July, 1956 and cities are not providi-d.
Antigua, published in Gazette No. 6 of 3rd
1,8tb April, 1957. August, 1956. has been ity-TieDded by Taxation:
RRU No. S.S. 501 H- I I the insertion therein of the following All Goverwri- nt officers ire liable
Preamble" immediately after tile to taxation imposed by local legislafirst panagniph- tioll.
RA.INFALL FIM-) RVI-z WHEREAS the foregoing Con- Applications fnII details of
Agricultural Department, mention is to be executed by the qualifications ;izlil expt riellce of candiAdi.ninistrator of Antigua on belialf daV, and accompanied by two testiof the Government Of Antignia with monials. should Ile iddressp(l to the
Month 1953. 1 M) 4. 1955. 1956. 1957. tho authority and consent- of Her Chief Secretary, Wiiidvcard 19!ands,
January 1. 93 3.04 2. 16 5.15 3.1 Majesty's Government in the Uni- alid should reach hill) not later than
tell Kingdom NOW THERE- the 30thJnne, 19,57.
F(-),. 1.(12 2.46 .68 1.23 2.29 FORE_"
Administrator's Office,
NJ 5.61) I.o.14 .83 1.40 .40 Adininistratoir's 0(five, St. Johns,
Too Apr. 27 2,06 .49 1.,5 3.23 2.37 St. John's, Antigua.
A tit q I I a,. 29th Alwil, 1957.
j o-i; 1 7.06 5.42 11.01 8.22 24th April. 1957.
Ref. No. A. 31j'263, Ref. No. A.C. 13189-11s.




96 THE ANTIG}UA, MNONTSE1,11AT AND) VJ1RIJ.N ISL-AND)S (-,AZEiTTE [Thay 2, 19357.
A n i m a 1 E-usbariclry Officer, the officer. (hi admission to Hospital hand at a sp'*d of not less than 15a~
Dpeartnient of Agriculture, the mai tnanc- cterize is at the irath words per nminut' of typewrithig
British Honduras. or $2 a thy. spe-ed of noi li, than 6O words per
tniinte.Pi eot xperitllce in
9. Income Tax. legislate ure .ni (toll t lop Irtillg will
1. Appointment. Tho iThet'- wilt In' liabl- to income bie ali ad~vaitllaae.
Ti., appointmtient, which isnn tax ini accorllance MitOi llcail ram~s. 5. Vacatin hilave is eari A it the p~iii(.nhi., xv heor i peiod 10 Dutes.rate of' 4.5 days for each complloteol pensiuabh xvil Ir Nr limld o 10.Dutis. mllth of rlii~tllli soivic1'' Ili to a
3 years inhid inlea in the uist
ill4- IC-.It will b Subject to a 'I'll- dljer Mdl be responsible to nwiximnnli of' 01 I N Idays, 501Vjet thle sitistaetorv nil.(fical examllinaitionl as thle Dir-otor of Agricul ture for live coimpletioni o f' a inilit 1 tour of well as to til h o onial Regulatitions stock p)Hcy, His dnlt is xvi wi ntij servile of t wo imrs. aud to the (Knoicri] Orders Af Britih ox tns~v iav'litie :amoingst cattle 6. A vs ia lt if selpced froin H lnluras hil fI ce for the t iti. being, prodlIe-Is. M- may bp~ called upon OVjIl'S0,t, would ho provided with to act for the Veteinaiy Offie-r whVii asage to 6 rena la for hasii hi
2. Salary. the hitter is (ll 1Nave. wif-e am otciiren1Cl (if aniy) nort exThe lsalml y sm Aeei $31120 x 120-- 11. Qualifications. eeellil I iv, Ve ons ill atll. provided
3,241) x 1.50 -4,74.t) El. .,920x 180 the, .x ithei- acl-Iileilly him to (hella--5460 NW l entr-y Wt.a poilt deter- Pi-a ex~inv o 10 C(f ttiowoe da or j in hoim livre withini twelve
iie-d by any spe-iAl (jllalihivations livestock iinllrvotlelt pro--riios, iflolths 0f his5 deparlture' or the arid explerience. 'lhie Cornt rate of especiAy itn cattlec and pastur ivwo.rk. Coloiny: (ohl dren to be un der 18 exchlanige (i till BU &%r10 is $4 A degre iit Agrictulture will b~e an )(aris (If Ago. (1il lalrieli and depe-1 equ~ tie t 5 1 81 ,V:1. 11a11 s:Jlar will add(oI allvantage. dlit 0i) tile ollic.-r).
be paid tfroim till -lilt of eiibarkation.Ape-os8110dbei h
and ruil llsltary froul tlin date of 12. Method of Application. 7al, tpitSO\tn lotlolwibirin atd
arrival )in th H11londuras. cniaesonhn-rtn n
A1 iettitionls should lelnch tHis should stat:3. Allowances. CIolIIil Secreliary, Bellt-,, byr the
15tl 4f M1tv 11157. i)age:
TravellIin~g ti I sullsstei:ce allow- tek Nm 13019
aneiCs aret l\Vlll at 11(00 ita for' (A) sit 1(101 ,chl11 orp TUnversippi c i-v~ avt,( oii duty. Under the sioy Att which education and
pres lnt E gulions acitlal transport Shorthand Writer,, Legislative certificates 01 iploinas ohexpo ses are p~aidt and sablsistem1c is Council. Grenada, tUl 01(1;
at the lnto of $201O a dly toir the ApltiCntimls amlii id m io fol slut (Hi) natr ol (f present and past
firt 6day 1111 2 Ih'ilifei.Ably qulifitil cand~lidates for a11lint- emp1 lolymlent with dates-,
4. Gratuity. nit-lit to tile viCiot post of stl 1111111
Writer. la-gisi die (Vluncil, t"ienada. (iv) anolnt, If mnuthly salary or Oil stti-f-asel oly completion of the Thle pltt which is tha (If ian wages IArned itt the post in
iippoitlfleit thle ore wHi be entd- Admiiuistlaimy Assistant ill t h e wiich applicant was last
dasd to a grat~y equal to 10%~l of theO General Miil Service, is penson~able. wnlllqledO,
total salary drawn during thpt period The sttecssfitrall "ichte wiFl, howof h l L:2en i. t. be1 onl I (ltittot for one vI-a in (v) 1115 eX pencil C in Nvok (If the
thle first islan ce. Ott the sit isfactory sa ile or sinl ar kindI to that,
5. Quarters. amlalCu5mi o~ f t hi e pr1oba t ionary req~lried for tils poM;s
A (4ovoil r-ut qnatrf(,rillII be aplpoiiltinellt. the Appoin tee %vill be 0epfidcisofa wtw"
prowwr AI t iana 10 III, Ii Ie conftirmed. TPhe appohlliitee will ho (v)ccfie onis otJ les to
-ir of Oil subject t ('1)111 i l to wai(AillSslo efr
_Do1Iv 11111 keti t is r-hai eo at the General Orders,, Finaiiclot Rnl'_-s and rat,- of 7j ofslrsujc such otil- Orbcrs as may ftill1 ti n S. Ai~ cat ions shld bo addressnl7~ rate (d s4alay ar Heavy-c to t timel lbe in force. ell 10 t h, Secrt-tai-v of the Public -;erFir~tr is prl l- ov idled at a rent of 2. 111( salary-~ at taio1 t the- post toc oln In 1110l GovItlaernmetha 0th 6%a you oif its total valne. is in the scale $!,59 x 0tti1Z880 to1-i 1957. itlae ta 3t
6 Lee.togetHer -,Nhii a pront(mable pay Arl 97
6.Lav.addition of 20 per cent. of salary. 9.Aplicants already itt tihe PubVacwlion leave en full salary will A. plint of erhy In the scae ntay be lic Servinut lst Sinit thirt Ipllpicabe ;rnilted at the rate of 5 (days for fixed in accordlalce wvithl the candi- tioln-i lirotigh tipe normal official each QI 01lc mo- ut~h of recsilenIt dae' 9 lliicatilns anl d e1ixperienlce. channels. ser; I nw 5110 eve to he taken on the 3. 'Toe d1utit-s (If the Shorthand
slti~etr clopletion of the period riraeasflo :-Ad ruiistrat o-s Office,
of Celilageplt St. .Johliit
7.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 0 PasgsmiIlttil lg nwinils (If the Antigua,
7.is Paties tw s e (ThJocil anpl re- 29th Ap-iMl 195T
I1 irs apintleilt. flin t~se crin~g tile pr~clC ,1 (h ,s C- Ref. No. A.C. 13189- lt
0 il ppid, fo tile passger s curarel V il shorthand;
wife anil 011 ill nolt mXINpI itg (Hi) tlalnswillinig tmieuftes taken plctosaeinieIrn ut
five il"i-5I1I ini Idl Oit lava Me N 11 di mal kinlg typewditellWd AnuiatinmliflvSIted foroappintpassag-t2s wilt be Irox-ilh-d for the copie-s tihereof; monits to the post (If' Aglricultural
Chllr i1st wif11 e aildetw cildren.Uldetliiglli ll1rdate Offier (Ul.seai-eh) CJamdlen Park
Chii lin shou l be une IS y1111tt e rs tile ) unthali h- m (Ass~ by dthes Experimtall il Station, Department of uniwtliC- r 1,pendlnt l-tli th t (l -m eAsgndb h Agriculture, St, Vincent, palrtictularm
offi~m.of which lIe as follows:S. Medical Attendance. 4. ('aniit(eshull 11Ile in po(1(, pbonmet
Sion1 (If at leIiA Ihe CAxnthrit:-, SellolAgitet




May 21 1057] THlE ANTIGUJA, MONTFSEBI{AT ANDI VIRGIN ISLAkNDS 0GAZFTTE 7
tractual basis, ori 041 .3Oconli ent. for Allowances: Leav,,, pas-zags pru c vided in
a~ period of 2j veors i the tirst IravWllng and Sti)kstenme Allow- accordIanIce with the Windward. Isinstance. The pension riglik of any once are payable in acuordauc with lands Leave iOssagn i/egrilotions.
-ensionable seconded othof'. 'N ii he local rigulatm W s respect of 3''re~lapproved travl (in duty, Medicai Attention.
hO Duties: Frjm 'Qres:V .meia 4v-iton ind niodimo ngndto h imi by Or a olu (iai'orm 0 r pin I t at tit Sta~tion
vl 1m of A griduitn to vhoni he %i wb jo rental will be Blarg~ed at Taxationwill !; ioayrsoni h r mw i of 1W 4 IA'' orW o (f Mhe
dOhs will MWi UP tii4 genml oradim amed vul i3 f th wne ,~hi.n All (4iovertnmaen offiials, -arn, iiabl
istri tire h 100 acre (hundid E pyrk is less. to ti aton isei by Imal enact' -04 '0to Wii th le cio mnrts.
104 'i -,i i I ~-0~)~ ~Passages:
lilvo -Atie 1 i oad win ti aects licOe pssag~es to a t. Vncent Nwill General:
of 'livio an tor 5 io (11 crop'e idi'ed on i at olntient fOr the The officer will lie subjectt to the en' I of'conipiling of t Doin-o-ssary his OiN andI chl Ieit. not Oolonial lloi tin, ciiGnea
4m W ccig ftonemr meediiig Oive persons in all: children Orer, nlaiin cial ene tral
iit OK. Sn 'wr\ licol of 1he mainage- wo bt. under IS cars of age. uitnrrl rdles and Susdiar LegiSltore nint 4 1 'ives Ik, coinpi itc breedl- A dRuldes and~ officer.ar Ings o the
she d dolen a h er nh force for the tiane bhm'
ing stock of cattl, 10q gtatshe cs o contract appointment, free
and poultry on the Station. passages will he provided on the Applications giving full particularr.
Qualifications: satisfac tory termnination of the con- of applicant. and accompanied by twQt
The mini um q~ualification re- tract. testimnjials, should le addressed t(-*
qttitcl is the Diploma of the Imiperial the Chief Socretary, Windward IsCiccif Tropical Agricuiltuire or an Leave and Leave Passages: lands. Grenaia. and should reach himm;
ml~dvAlent degree, with ex perience in Vacation leave on full salary will not la- th~o the 31slt May. 1957. Tropical ALgriculture. General 01mm u- be granted in acco~rdance With local Wstitit experience and knowledge leave regulationsi. In Owi c:ise of a of Aippied research anwl ox tenmion con tract appin tuient. vacatiot leave ,d~ ijtc~~eOie work would he ad vantageous. will be1 granted at the rate of one .fi ,
Salary: Week for each comph-ted permid of ft(U
'Ile samy is in Whe scatle $1.30x three mnths r"sient service. Such 171li Ajil 19,57. I 2()-s,4,32), pllis a pay' addit ion of leave to he taktn on th(4 satisfactory 20': if salary. teWNatioif the contract. ite No. Au A I 81A -iL
"riiutcd at the 3oeriment Prillinr Office. Antig-ua, Leeward JshondE, by & M. Bi~ic ii 'r'x Government Printer-By A uthority.
1957.
1Pis79 cns




F 'ANTIGUA.
UTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 2.
NOR MEN'S COMPENSATION REGULATIONS, 1957, DATED
JANUTAi 23, 1957, MADE BY TIHE (GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL 1NDER SECTION 50 OF THE WORK'MEN"'S COMPENsA'rIoN
ORDINANCE, 1956 (No. 24/1956).
1. Short Title. These Reaulations may be cited as
the Workmen's Compensation Regulations, 1$57.
2. Interpretation. In these Regulations unless the
context otherwise requires"clerk" means the clerk of the court;
" the court" means a magistrate's court having
jurisdiction in any matter under the Ordinance;
" the Ordinance means the W orkmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956;
" Schedule means Schedule to these Regulations;
section means a section of the Ordinance.
PART 1.
PROCEDURE ON APPLICATION FOR COMPENSATION.
3. Applications under section 37 (1). Any
application of the nature referred to in section 37(1) shall be filed with the clerk and shall unless the court otherwise directs be made in Form 1 or Form 2 in Schedule A, as the ease may
require, and shall be signed by the applicant.
4. Application by Employer under section
37(1). (1) Where the employer on whom a clhim fcr compensation has been made desires to make an application under section 37 (1) he shall file an applteation in accordance with regulation 3 to which the workman or his legal personal representative, if any, and the persons claiming or who may be entitled to claim to be dependants of a deceased workman, or the other persons (as the cash may be) on whose behalf the
claim was made, shall be respondents. 'Y'1/
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(2) The application shall have appended or annexed thereto the following particulars:(a) a concise statement of the circumstances under
which the application is made;
(b) a statement whether the applicant admits his
liability to pay compensation, or denies such liability, wholly or partially, with (in the latter case) a statement of the grounds on and extent to which he denies liability;
(c) a statement of the matters which the applicant
desires to have settled by the application; and
(d) the full names and addresses of the respondents
and of the applicant, and of his solicitor, if the proceedings are commenced through a solicitor.
5. Masters, Seamen, Apprentices. In the
application of the Ordinance and these Regulations in the case of masters, seamen, and apprentices to the sea service who are workmen within the meaning of the Ordinance, and who are members of the crew of any such ship as in section 33 mentioned, and to any person not being a master, seaman, or apprentice to the sea service employed on board any such ship as in section 33 mentioned, if he is so employed for the purposes of the ship or of any passengers or cargo or mails, carried by the ship who ire workmen within the meaning of the Ordinance, the following paragraphs shall have effect:(a) in the case of the death cf a master, seamail, or
apprentice, the claim for compensation shall state the date at which news of the death was received by the
claimant;
(b) the claim for compensation on behalf of dependants of a master, seaMnan, or apprentice lost with his ship, and the particul rs appended or annexed to the applicition for coni.mpensattion, shall state the date at which
the ship was lost or is deemed to have been lost;
(c) an application for compensation under section 33
shall be according to Form 3 or Form 4 in Schedule A as shall be applicable to the ease, with such modifications as
the nature of the case shall require;
(d) in any document, notice, or proceeding it shall
be sufficient to describe the owners of the ship as the ow)ers of thie ship "; and the provisions
of tihe Rules of the S 0 reme Court as to disclosure of the names of partners shall with the necessary modifications
apply to the disclosure of the names of such owners;




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(e) subject to ti pro-visions of subsection (1) (a) of
section 33 as to service of notice of accident and the claim for compensation, any document, notice or proceeding to be served on thile owners of a ship shall be deemed to be sufficiently served if served on the managing owner or manager for the time being of the ship, or (except where the master is claiming compensation) on the mister of the ship; and subsection (1) of section 696 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, shall apply to service on the mnaste' of the ship, and where the master is claiming compensation, and there is no managing owner of the ship, service nmay be effected in accordance with paragraph (c) of the
said subsection.
6. Notice to Respondent. The clerk shall cause to be served on the respondent a copy of the application and shall call upon the respondent within seven days from the service of the copy of such notice to fill a written nnswer containing a concise statement of the extent and grounds of opposition, if any, to the claim.
7. Answer by Respondent. The respondent shall, within seven days from the service of the copy of such notice or such further time-:,s the court may allow, file with the c!erk a written answer containing a concise statement of the extent and ground, of opposition, if any, to the claim raised in the application, and any such answer shall form part of the record.
8. Procedure when Indemnity c la ime d
under section 25 (2). Where the respondent claims that if compensation is recovered against him he will be entitled under subsection (2) of section 25 to be indemnnified by a person not being a party to the case (hereinafter referred to as "the third party ") he shall, within seven days after being served with the copy of the application, file a n1)tice of such claim with the clerk, and the clerk shall thereunon cause a copy of the notice of such claim in Form 5 in Schedule A to be served upon te third party, and the third party shall file a written answer dealing with the matters raised in the application of with the claim for indemrnity or both within sevmi days from the service of the copy of the notice thereof or such further time as the court may aldow.
9. Procedure where claim admitted. If the respondent or the third party admits the claim, he miay at any time before the first hearing-




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(a) where the application is made by an injured
workman(i) file with the clerk a notice that he submits
to an order for the payment of a weekly sum, to be
specified in such notice; or
(ii) file with the clerk a notice that he submits
to an order for the payment of a lump suim, to be specified in the notice, and pay such sum into court;
(b) where the application is made on behalf of the
dependants of a deceased workman, or for the settlement of the sum payable in respect of medical attendance and the burial of a deceased workman who leaves no dependants, file with the clerk a notice that he admits liability, and pay into court such sum of money as he considers sufficient to cover his liability in the circumstances of
the case.
:10O. Failure of Respondent or third party to file statement. If the respondent or the third party fails to file a written answer dealing with the claim within the prescribed time or within the time fixed by the court on an application to enlarge the time, he shall be taken to admit the claim.
11. Date and Place of hearing. (1) Where it is necessary to proceed to a hearing the court shlall fix a date and place for disposing of the application under regulations 3. or- 5, or of the claim for indemnitv, if any, mider regulation 8 of these lRegulations; and shall cause a noti e of hearing in Form 6 in Schedule A to be served on the different parties calling upon them to produce'any evidence which they may wish to tender.
(2) The date of hearing of an application under regulations 3 or 5 of these Riegulauio; shall.be so fixed as to permit not less than fourteen clear days to elapse between the service of the application on the respondent and the hearing of the said application.
12. Non appearance of Applicant. If, on tie
day of hearing of any applicatio, or at any adjournment thereof, the applicant does not appear, the application shall be dismissed, unless the court having received a reasonable excuse for the non-appearance of the applicant or for other sufficient reason, thinks fit to adjourn the hearing to some future day upon such terms as to costs as the court may think just.




13. Absence of Respondent or third party. If on the day of hearing of any application or at any adjournmient thereof, the respondent or third party does not appear, the court may proceed to hear the case in his absence, unless the court, having received a reasonable excuse for his absence, or for other sufficient reason, thinks fit to adjumrn the hearing to some future day upon sucl, terms as to costs as the court may think fit.
14. Record of Proceedings. There shall be recorded in every proceeding a note of the steps taken on the application.
15.' Orders. (1) A magistrate, in making orders, shall record concisely his findings and his reasons for such findings.
(2) The magistrate, at the time of signing and dating his order, shall pronounce his decision, and therefter no addition 'or alteration shall be made to the order other than the correction of a clerical or arithmetical mistake arising from any accidental slip or omission.
(3) An order shall be in such one of Forms 7, 8 or 9 in Schedule A as shall be appropriate to the circiiumstances of the .case, with any necessary variation.
1W. Right of Entry for Local Inspection.
A magistrate before whom any proceeding relating to si injury by accident is pending may at any time enter the place where the workman was injured, or where the workman ordinarily performed his work, for the purpo -e of making a local inspection or of examining any persons likely to be ible to give information relevant to the proceeding,-:
Provided that the magistrate shall not enter any premises of any industrial establishment except during the ordinary working hours of that establishment. save with the permission of the employer or of some person directly responsible to him for the management of the establishment.
17. Procedure in connection with 1 o c al Inspection. (1) If the magistrate proposes to conduct a local inspection with a view to examining on the spot the circumstances in which an accident took place, he shall give the parties or heir representatives notice of his intention to conduct such inspection, unless in his opinion the urgency of the case renders the giving of such notice impractictible.




(2) Such notice may be given orally or in writing, and, in thile case of n employer, may be (given to any person upon whom notice of a claimni can be served under subsection (2) of section 16 or to the representative of any such person.
(3) Any party, or the representative of any party, may accompany the magistrate at a local inpection.
18. Procedure in Connected Cases. Where
two or more cases l-euding before a mnigistrate arise out of the same accident, amd any issue involved is common to two or mniore such cases, such cases ,ay, so far as the evidence bearing on such issue is concernedi, be taken together.
19. Summoning of Witnesses. If an application is presented by any party to the pIroceedings for the citation of witnesses, the clerk shall, on payment of the prescribed expenses and fees, issue sumanonses for the appearance of such witnesses, unless the mia trate considers that their appearance is not necessary for the just decision of the case.
20. Exemption from Payment of Fees. If the magistrate is satisfied that the applicant is unable, by reason of poverty, to pay the prescribed fees, he may remit any or all of such fees. If the case is decided in fa our of the applicant, the prescribed fees which, had they not been remitted, would have been due to be paid, may be added to the costs of the case and recovered in such manner as the magistrate in his order regarding costs may dirdet.
21. Filing and Service of Documents. (1) Where any document is to be filed with tie clerk under these Regulations, that document may be so filed by delivering it at thie office of the clerk or by sending it by registered- post to the clerk at his office.
(2) Where any document is to be filed, there shall be filed with the original document as many copies of the document as there are persons on whom copies of the document are to be served, and in addition a copy for the use of the magistrate.
(3) Where any document is under these Regulations to be served upon any person, such document may be served(a) upon the Crown, by service upon the Head of
the Department in which the applicant was employed at the time of the accident, or by leaving it at the office of
such Head of Department;




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(b) upon an individual, by service upon him personally or by leaving it at his last known place of abode
or business;
(c) upon a Town or Village Council or Board by
service on the Town Clerk or the Secretary of such Council or Boarl, as the case may b e, or by leaving it at
his office;
(d) upon a corporate body, by service (on the secretary or by leaving it at the registered office of such
corporate body;
(e) upon a Club, by service on the secretary or any
member of the Managing Committee.
(f) upon the master of a ship or a person belonging
to a ship, by service on such master or person by leaving the document for such master or person on board the ship with the person being or appearing to be in command or charge of the ship, or where no such person can be found, by affixing a copy of the document to the mast of
the ship.
22. Apportionment of Compensation between Dependants. The provisions of this Part of these Regulations shall, as far as may be, apply in the case of any proceedings relating to the apportionment of compensation among dependants of a deceased workman.
23. Application for Detention of Ships. (1) An application for the detention of a ship under section 34 shall be made in accordance with the provisions of the succeeding paragraphs of this regulation.
(2) The application may, subject to the provisions of paragraph 8 of this regulation, be made ex parte either in or out of the Supreme Court, according to Form 10 in Schebdule A, and shall 6e supported by affidavit or other evidence showing to the satisfaction of thile judge, the ground s on which the application is made.
(3) The judge may, before granting thie application, require the applicant to give or procure an undertaking in Form 11 in Schedule A or such other form as the judge may require. to the satisfaction of the judge, to abide by any order as to damages and costs which may be thereafter made, in ease any person affected by the order for detention shall sustain any damages by reason of the order which the applicant ought to pay.




(4) An order for detention shall specify the amount for which security shall be given, and shall be according to Form 12 in Schedale A, and shallbe issued in triplicate; one copy shall be delivered to the applicant, and the other two copies to the officer named by the judge; and one of such last-mentioned copies shall be delivered by tie officer to the person who is at the time of the execution of the order apparently in charge of the ship, or shall be nailed or aflixed on the main mast or on the single mast of the ship; and the other copy shall be retained by the officer.
(5) The judge may at any time on good cause shown rescind any order for detention made by him.
(6) The provisions of the Rules of the Supreme Court as to security, shall with the necessary modifications apply to the giving security; and the :pjproval by the judge of any security shall be signified in writing signed by him. Where security is given by bond, such bond shall be according to Form 13 in Schedule A.
(7) If the judge rescinds any order for detention, or is satisfied that satisfaction hies been made, or when .security has been given and approved, or in ainy other case if the applicant so requires, the judge shall deliver to the party applying for the same an order according to Form 14 in Schedule A, directed to the officer named in the order for detention, authorising and directing him, upon payment oT all costs, charges, and expenses attending the custody of the ship, to release it forthwith.
(8) With respect to notices of applications for orders for detention, and to undertakings to give security, the following provisions shall have effect:(a) notwithstanding anything in this regulation
contained, a person intending to apply for an order for
detention shall, if the name and address of an agent in the Colony for the owner of the ship, or of a solicitor in the Colony nuthorised to act for the owners, agent, master, or consignee of the ship, are known to him, give to such agent or solicitor by post or otherwise, such notice of the time and place at which the application for an order for detention is intended to be made as may be practicable in
the circumstances of the case;




(b) if a solicitor in the Colony represents that he
is authorised to act for the owners, agent, master, or coInsignee of thle ship, and signs an undertaking according to Form 15 in Schedule A to put in or give security for an amount agreed on between the parties or fixed by the judge then on such undertaking being filed in the Supreme Court, the judge nmay in his discretion refuse to make an order for detention, or if an order for detention has been made, but not executed, the judge may rescind it, or if an order for detention has been made and executed, the judge may deliver to the party applying for the same an order of release in accordance with paragraph (7) of this regulation;
(c) a solicitor who fails to put in or give security in
pursuance of his undert;Aking to do so shall be liable to
attachment.
(9) Where proceedings for the recovery of compensation are taken against the persons giving security, the application for compensation and particulars shall state concisely the circumstances under which the persons giving security are mnad respondents. The application shall be in Form 16 in Schedule A.
(10) The Costs incurred by any party in relation to an application for an order of detention and any proceedings consequent thereon may in any subsequent proceedings for compensation he allowed as costs in the application for compensation.
(11) This regulation shall apply to claims against charterers under subsection (5) of section 34, charterers" being substituted for "owners in these cases.
PART II.
Procedure with regard to Agreements.
24. FoRM OF MEMORANDUM 1OF AGREEMENTS. (1)
A memorandum of agreement sent to the court under subsection (1) of section 21 shall unless the court otherwise directs, be in duplicate, and shall be in as close conformity as the circumstances of the ease permit with one of the Forms 17 and 18 in Schedule A as the case may require.




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(2) Every such memorandum shall contain the like particulars as would have been required if the memorandum had been an application for compensation under these Regulations.
25. AI'PLICATION TO HAVE AGREIENT MADE A JUDGMENT OF THE COURT. Where an application is made to have an agreement made a judgment of the court, a memorandum thereof shall be sent by any interested party to the clerk who shall on being satisfied as to its genuineness record such memorandum in a special register to be kept for that purpose:
Provided however that no such memorandum shall be recorded before fourteen days after the despatch by the clerk by registered post, of a notice in Form 19 in Schedule A to the parties interested.
26. REGISTRATION OP MEMORANIDUM ACCEPTED) FOR
RECORD. In recording a memorandum of agreement, the niagistrate shall cause the same to be entered in the special register, and shall cause an endorsement to be iade undtr his signature on a copy of the minemoraudum to be filed in the following terms, namely:"This inemorandniim of agreement hearing
Serial No. of 19 in the register of
agreements has been recorded this day of
(Signature)
Magistrate "
PART III.
Review on Redemption of weekly or half-monthly payments.
27. WHEN APPLICATION MAY BE MADE WITIIOUT MEDICAL CERTIFICATE. Any application for review of a weekly or half-monthly payment under section 12 shall he in Form 20 in Schedule A and may be made without a medical certificate(a) by the employer, on the ground that since the
right to compensation was determined the workman's
wages have increased;
(b) by the workman, on the ground that since
the right to compensation was determined his wages
have diminished;




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(c) by the workman, on the ground that the employer, having commenced to pay compensation, has ceased to pay the same notwithstanding the fact that there has been no change in the workman's condition
such as to warrant such cessation;
(d) by the workman, on the ground that he has
ceased, since the right to compensation was determined,
to be a minor;
(e) either by the employer or 1by the workman, on
the ground that ithe determination of the rate of compensation for the time being in force was obtained by fraud
or undue influence or other improper means.
28. PROCEDURE ON Ar LI('CATION FOR REVIEW. If on examining an application for review by an employer in which the reduction or discontinuance of weekly or halfmonthly payments is sought, it appears to the magistrate that there is reasonal)le ground for believing that the employer has a right to such reduction or discontinuance, he may at any timo issue an order withholding the weekly or half-monthly paymicnts in whole or in part pending his decision on the application.
29. PROCEDURE ON APPLICATION FOR REDEMPTION.
(1) Any application for redemption of a right to receive weekly or half-monthly payments by the payment of a lump sum shall be in Form 20 in Schedule A.
(2) Where application is made to the court under subsection (2) of section 12 for the redemption of a right to receive weekly or half-i-monthl paym nients b1y the payment of alumnp sum, the court shall form an estimate of the probable duration o' the disablemnent, and shall award a sum equivalent to the t,tAd of the weekly or half-monthly payments which would be payai)le for the period during which he estimates that the disablement will continue, less one half per cent of that total for each month comprised in that period.
(3) When, in any case to which paragraph (2) of this regulation applies, the magistrate is unable to form an appropriate estimate of the probable duration of the disablement he may from time to time postpone a decision on the application for a period not exceeding two months at any one time.




80. APPLICATION FOR ORDER WHEN WORKMAN UNDER DISABILITY. An application under subsection (6) of section L4 for an order that a weekly or half-monthly payment payable to a workman under any legal disability shall during the disability be paid to any dependant or other person may be miade either by the person liable to make such payment or by or onii behalf of the workman entitled to such payment. The application shall be made in Form 21 in Schedule A and shall be served on every interested party.
31. APPLICATIOr FOR VARIATION OF ORDER. An
application for the variation of an order of the court under subsection (7) of section 14 may be made by or on behalf of any person interested. The application shall be made in Form 22 in Schedule A stating the circumstances under which the application is made and the relief or order which the applicant claims, and shall be served on every other interested par y.
PART IV.
Deposit of Compensation.
32. DE io IT OF COMPENSATION ENERALLY. o1pensation shall be deposited with the clerk(a) under an order of the court directing a
specific sum to be paid in as compensation; or
(b) under an agreement between an employer or
other person liable to pay compensation and a workman or the dependants of a workman according to the tenor
thereof; or
(c) pursuant to a claim for compensation or to
an application for compensation, against an employer or other person liable to pay the same who admits liability, or denies liability but is willing to pay an
amount in settlement of the claim.
3388. DFPOSIT UNDER SECTION 14(1). (1) An employer depositing compensation under subsection (1) of section 14 shall furnish therewith a statement in Form 23 in Schedule A.
(2) If. in the statement above referred to, the employer indicates that he desires to be made a party to the distribution proceedings, the magistrate shall, before allotting the




suim deposited as compensation, afford to the employer an opportunity of establislinii- that tile perswi to whomIl he proposes to allot s itchi is not at oependn ut ofth dm(Leased workman, or as the case m-ay be, that no one of such persons is a dependant.
(3) Any dependant, whether notice under suhsectioti
(5) of section 14 hits been puhlislied ov not. my apply to thie mnagistrate for' the payment out or (listrihution of any SUll' so (eposited.
(4) Tfhe statement of disbursements to be futnished on. application by the employer undIer siilr.Ictl01 (5) Isetn
1 4 shall be in Fom24 in SchI diule AN.
34. 1)EPOSITS. Ain employers de1 ositin u ,coin pleutsattionA in accordance WAithi subsection (,,) or sub~sect ion (3) of section 1-4 shall furnish therewith a statement in Formn 25 inl Schedule A.
PAtI'1 Vr.
Medical Referees.
3 5. R~EEC 13Y COURT 'ro ME IDICAL. RU LFEREE FOR
REPOIPT UNDt~ Ec'r o 36(2) (i). (I ) Before making any referencee ton a ed ica I referee undor pairatrapb i ) of si bsect ion) (2) 01. section 36, tHie court sh1:11 be 541itstled aftet' hearin- all Hie medical. evidence te~uljde~e hv eithe ir side, thu t such evidence is either conflictiw.- ( or in sufficien t on some iuatte r wb i i seems material to n (Inest oll ais gin the prioceelin--.rs, atid that it is (tesiral 'o to ollbtiii a report front the medical referee On such matter.
(2) Every such reference shall be made in writing and shall state the inatter onl whicht the report (A' the medical refereee is reqiinired, a in( tbe questionI wisilig ini the proceediiu&-s to which such matter seems to he niaterial. SuIch relierhince si I be in accordance withi Form 26i iii Slell((1ule A or as, near' thereto as may he.
(3) 'li" reference sliall 1)e accomtpanmied by a -enera1 statement of' tle medical evidence -iyen. oti behalf' of the
(1-) Onl imakini4 a reference to tbe medical referee the court' shll make an order in Form 27 in Schledutle A direct in- the workman. to submit hiultelf for examination, by the




medical referee and the medical referee shall on receipt of the reference appoint a time and place for the examination of the workman and send him notice accordingly.
(5) Before making an order as required by paragraph
(4) of this regulation, the court shall inquire whether the workman is in a fit condition to travel for the purpose of the examination, and if' the court is satisfied that he is in a fit condition it shall by the same order direct him to attend at such time and place as the medical referee may fix and it shall be the duty of the workman to obey any such order.
(6) If the court is satisfied that the workman is not in a fit condition to travel this fact shall be stated in the reference.
(7) The medical referee shall give his report in writing and shall forward it to the magistrate from homo he
received his reference.
36. REFERENCE TO A MEDICAL REFEREE UNDER SECTION 47(2). (1) Where a magistrate refers a matter to a medical referee under subl)sectioii (2) of section 47, he shall issue a reference to the medical referee in Form 28 in Schedule A and the medical referee shall forthwith on receipt of such reference fix a time and place for the examination of the workman and shall send notice accordingly to the workman and the employer.
(2) Before giving the certificate required by t he reference the medical referee shall personally examine the workman and shall consider anv statement that may be made or submitted by either party.
(3) The certificate given by the medical referee shall be according to Form 29 in Schedule A and shall be forwarded by him to the magistrate from whom hlie received his reference.
37. REFEIENCES TO MEDiCAL REFEREE TO BE SIGNED. Every reference to a medical referee und'r regulation 35 or regulation 36 of these Regulations shall be signed by the magistrate by whom it is issued.
38. NOTICES TO BE iSSUED BY N IMEICAL REFERiEE.
The notice to be issued bv a medical referee to(a) a workman as required by paragraph (4) of
regulation 35;




(b) a workman as required by paragraph (1) of
regulation 36;
(c) an employer as required by paragraph (1) of
regulation MO.
shall be in Forms 310, 31 and 32 respectively in Schiedule A.
39. ftEMUNEIIATION -vNi) EXPeN SES OF' AT r 1)1 CA 1, REFERZEE. Tlie remnuteration of and otlher expenses incurred )y at wedieal referee which are reqm iied to be paid nder se ction 46(3) shall, be its set otit in Part I of' Schedule B3.
PART V1.
Supplemental Provisions.
40. STATEMENT OF WVAGES TO 1iE FURNISHED BY
EMIPLOYER. Where any proceeding is taken or is about to be taklen for tile determination of any qiiestioti arising out of an accident in which comfpelsatioti, is or in igit, be claimed, tile eciiployer. shall, it' required hy the workman, furnish tile workman, u ithiin seven daYs from the date of requisition, Within at statemrie]nt showi n r:(a) the total wages wli ieli hive fallen due for
parniient, to the workman by thle nilpioyer in the last twelve mlonthis, where the working. n has been em iploy'\ed dui ng a coninous peio ot' not le~ss tlianf twelve
11on1tbls itrnedlatl pree-e(]iDng the, acci(lent, Or
(b) the total xva..ges e ,rtied iii reset of the last confiitou s peru l)(i of ser-vice, wiv-re hlat Icrvu'e is of less lami twelv~e iiioiiths duration iuin adiuitely v )r-ei'(ing the
41. -HK rcis'i, 4 TIroN OF EMYEzi'oynS, (1) Te formi of
up~iticifor reoistrat. reqitiIed b 'v seeti, n 26 (l) for eni plovers to whiom section 24 apsliasilI be according to I mu 1 in [Part it of Schiedule 13.
(2) Thie Labour Coin missioner sI all, uii pon reeilt of anl ppl )Ic;~l( a madwe under pat-agri-apl (1) oF ti 1. regimltioii und onl heiii szitisfied that thie p)articular. S coma;t;ii ini tbe apl icat ioii are corr-ect, isue to the emplloyer a ceIrtificateC of' registratienl as In FLorm 2 in Part It of the said Schehule 1),




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4 SOLICITORS COSTS AND ALLowANces TO PARTIES AND WITNESSES. (1) Any costs of or incident to any proceedings for the determination of any qiuesrion arising out of an accident to a workman shall be awarded in accordance with the scale of costs for solicitors and allowances for parties and witnesses in Part III of Schedule B.
(2) The fees allowable under the said scale of costs shall include and cover all costs whatsoever incident tothe proceedings, except fees of court and necessary disbursements.
43. MEInICAL PI.ACTITIONER s' FEEs. The fees required to be paid under section 6(2) (a) to a medical practitioner who renders emergency treatment to an injured workmnian shall be as specified in Part IV in Schedule B.
44. CoiuT FEES. The fees of court specified in Part V in Schedule B shall be paid in respect of proceedings brought under the Ordinance.
45. MoDIVICArTIONS OF FoiNis. Where the forms in Schedule A are not applicable, forms of the like character, with such variations as the circumstances may require, may be used in proceedings under the Ordinaice.
46. COIEBNCEMENTr. These Regulations shall be deemed to have come into operation on the 1st day of January, 1957.
Made by the Governor in Council this 23rd day of January, 1957.
F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.




SCIHDULE A, 3g.
Form 1.
Application for Compensation by Workman or by Employer.
A NTIG~UA.
IN THE MAGISTRATEE'" COUR3'. DISTRICT
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956
AND
In the Matter of an Application by a Workman for Compensation. Between
A. B. residing at Applicant.
C. D. residin gat icsjow, enl.
Th-e applicant, a workinan eirployed bi
(a contractor with) the Respondcit (or, the applicc nt Is !he einplover of thie a1b ,\iianw idlet a A1or1ktnl wb ) sustained personalI in. urY bY aici n risijig out 4 and I ihe course of is emnploviment On the (day of at ;ind a pphes lherein for the dtermilintion
of the questions hereinafter stated under the provisions of the Worktnen's C compensation O rdinance. I 9,56
Particulars,
1. Place of business and nature of business of Respondent.
2. Nature of emiployinent of workman at timie or accident, and whether emp~loyed under op posilt9 p.-Itv or under a contractor vwil i himy. (If emnplo -yed under a contractor who is it a respondent, nam11e anid place of bus iness of coiitractor to be stated.)
3. Date and place of accident, nature of work- on which workman was then engaged, and nature of accident, and cause of injury.
1. Nature of injury,




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5. Particulars of incapacity for work, whether total or partial, and estimated duration of incapacity.
6. Monthly wages during the 12 months previous to the injury, if applicant has been so long employed under the employer by whom be was immediately employed, or if not, during any less period during which he has been so employed.
7. Monthly amount which the applicant is earning or is able to earn in some suitable employment or business after the accident.
8. Payment, allowance or benefit received from employer during the period of incapacity.
. 9. Amount claimed as compensation.
10. Date of service of statutory notice of accident on employer, and whether given before workmian voluntarily left the employmrent in which he was injured. (A copy of the notice to be annexed.)
11. If notice not served, rcuson for omission to serve same.
1.2. (a) The naies and addresses of the applicant and his atfornev or agent are:
of the applicant
of iiis attorney or agent
(b) The name and address of
the respondent to he s rved with
this application are:
13. Date of claim for compensation,




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Questions for the determination of the Court:(a) whether the applicant is a workman within
the meaning of the Ordinance:
(b) whether the accident arose out of and in the
course of the workman's employment;
(c) whether the amount of compensation claimed
is due, or any part of that amount;
(d) whether the respondent is liable to pay such
compensation as is due;
(e) .................. (as required)
Dated the day of 19
Applicant
or (Attorney or agent for Applicant residing at ).
(If application is made by an employer append or annex here
statement required by section 37(2) of the Ordinance.)
Notice.
To of
You are hereby required if vyom intend to oppose the above application to lodge with me the undersia ned clerk within seven days after the service of this notice upol I()ou (or within such extended pe(-riod :as the maistrate may allow) a written answer to the application containing a concise statement of the extent and grounds of your opposition thereto.
The above application will be heard at the Magistrate's Court, District at on
the (day of at (O'clock in
the noon and your are hereby notified that if vou fail to
lodge such answer within the time herein prescriabd, or to appear at the time and place herein stated for the hearing of the application such order may be made against \ou as may be just and expedient.
Clerk,
Magistrate's Court, District




Form 2. Re 3.
Application for Compensation by Dependants or by Employer,
ANTIGUA.
IN TIHE MAGISTRATE'S COURT. DISTRICT
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956
AND
In the Matter of an Application for Compensation by Dependants.
Between:
A.B. residing at Applicant.
and
C.D. residing at Respondent.
The applicant is the legal personal representative (or the dependant) of a workman employed by (a contractor with) tie respondent (or, The applicant was the employer of a workman) who sustained personal injury by accident arising out of and in the course of his employment on the day of
at resulting in his death, and applies herein for
the determination of the questions hereinafter stated under the provisions of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956.
Particulars.
1. Name and late address of
deceased workman.
2. Place of business and nature of business of employer from whom compensation is claimed.
3. Nature of employment of deceased at the time of accident, and( whether empl,,yed under the allied employer or under a contractor with him. (If employed under a (ontractor who is not a repor ident, name and place of business of cotntractor to be stated).
4. Date aid place of accident, nature of work on which deceased was then engaged, nature of accident and cause of injury, and ag4 of deceased at time of death.




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5. Nature of injury to deceased and date of death.
6. Monthly wages during the 12 months previous to the injury, if the applicant has been so long employed under the employer by whom he was immediately employed, or if not, during any less period during which he hats been so employed.
7. Amount of weekly or halfmonthly payments (if any) made to the deceased under the Ordinance and of any lump sum paid in redemption thereof.
8. Character in which applicant applies for compensation, i.e., whether as legal personal representative of decea&d or as a dependent, awl if as a dependant particulars showing how he is so.
9. Particulars as to dependants of deceaised by whom or on whose behalf the application is made, giving their names and addresses, aod descriptions and occupations (if any) ad their relationship to the deceased, and if infants, their respective ages, and stating whether they were wlI llyv 'r partially dependent on the earnings of the deceased at the time of his death.
10. Particulars as to any person claiming, or 8 ho may be entitled to claim to be defendants. but as to whose claim a question arises, and who are therefore made respondents, with their names, addresses, and descriptions and occupations (if any).
11. Particulars of amount claimed as compensation, and of the manner in which the applicant claims to have such amount apportioned and applied,




12. Date of service of statutory notice of accident on employer and whether given before deceased voluntarily left the" employment in which he was injured. (A copy of the notice to be annexed).
13. If notice not served, reason for omission to serve same.
14. (a) The names and addresses of the applicant and his attorney or agent are:
of the applicant
of his attorney or agent
(b) The name and address of
the respondent to be served with
this application are:
Questions for the determination of the Court:(a) whether the apRlicant is a workman within
the meaning of the Ordinance;
(b) whether the accident arose out of and in the
course of the workman's employment;
(c) whether the amount of compensation claimed
is due, or any part of that amount;
(d) whether the respondent is liable to pay such
compensation as is due;
.s a
(e) whether the applicant(s) dependant(s) are
of the deceased;
(.f) how the compensation when deposited,
should be distributed;
(y) .............................. (as required)
Dated the day of 19
Applicant.
or (Attorney or Agent for Applicant residing at
(If application is made by an employer append or annex here
statement required by section 37(2) of the Ordinance,)




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Notice.
To of
You are hereby required if you intend to oppose the above application to lodge with me the undersigned clerk within seven days after the service of this notice upon you (or within such extended period as the magistrate may allow) a written answer to the application containing a concise statement of the extent and grounds of your opposition thereto.
The aboxe application will be heard at the Magistrate's Court, District at on
the day of at o'clock in the
noon and you are hereby notified that if you fail to lodge such answer within ihe time herein prescribed, or to atpl)ear at the time and place herein stated for the hearing of the application such order may be made against you as may be jiut and expedient.
Clerk,
Magistrate's Court, District
Form 3. Reg. 5(a).
Application for Compensation by an Injured Master, Seaman, or Apprentice. A NTIG UA.
IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COURT, DISTRICT
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 19 5 6
AND
In the Matter of an Application by an Injured Master,
Seaman, or Apprentice for compensation. Between:
A.B. Applicant
and
The Owners of the ship Respondents.
1. On the day of personal injury by
accident arising out of and in the course of his employment was caused to A.B. the master of the ship
" [or a seaman, or an apprentice to the sea
service] and a member of the crew of the ship "
2. A question has [or questions have] arisen
(here state the questions, specifying only those which have arisen; e.g.)(a) as to whether the said A.B. is a
workman within the meaning of the abovemientioned
Ordinance; or




()as to the liabilitY of the owners of the said ship
to pay emi ~nst ider the a'bovemnentioned Ordinance
in respcct of the ,aildl iijiry: or
(r) as t,-) the aint ((er dinratioli) of the compensasaiIon payable 1byN tile owvirrs of the sail ship to the said
A. 1. n(cr Ile alax-erietionied Ortiance
in respect of' the said ijuirNy.
(or as Ole, cas e mabe).
3. Ani inqjirvy unv i the abovemlentioried Ordiniance is here,]-)' ret jiswd het.xveen tie -ai' A 1B. and the
ownei- s I d e dw~k s br settlement of tile said ylestion
(or question).
I.Jarticil u's are hereto appended (or annexedd.
Particulars.
1. Name andi address of' applicant.
2. Namne of ship of which applicant
was master (or of thec crew of
wich wi) dc int wa a member) at r the- me of accidlelt, and
poll1 (f regi -try.
3. uch'0herpatieuui rs as nce com Lini ill a pl, 21 to 11. in Forai I of thsSchedule as iniv he
applicable.
Tlhe names aind add ue, ss of the applicant and
hlis s ilicitor aire:
Of the Ap~plicanlt,
Of the Solicitor,
Tile name and address of the person to b~e served
w~ithl this application ats reppresenting the owners of
thle shlip are;
(State name and address of managing owner or
manager, or of master of ship. See reg. 5(e) )
Dated this day of 1
or (Ajplicant's Solicitor).




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Notice.
To of
'1o1 aire lIervb)Y rc1 mcit if You intnd to oppose tile above applientiori to logNIhi e the undersittned clerk within seven diavs ;tdter tHie service of this notice upon oil (Or 16i hil such extended pit'iod as the imaristrate ila allow) a kvrit ten answer to thle arpul aatioti con taliluig a conise5 statemient of' the exient and grounds of Nyour opposition thereto.
The ahoyNA (ITI pletion will be heard at thle Magistrate's Court,,ljt'~ at onl thle
diay of at o'clock it) tile nloon
aiid Nou are e-rebyv not bled that if vou rail to lodgeu such an swer ivithin the time herein ii 'srb' or to appear at the timie andl place hereini state for the hearing of the application such order may be mlade against y'ou as may be just and expedient.
Clerk,
'Aa Enstratc.'s Court, District
Form 4. Regy. 5(b).
Application for comp _nsatlon by or on behalf of Dependants of Deceased Master, Seaman, or Apprentice.
ANTIGUJA.
in tiw Afagistra~ cs Court, Ijistrict
11n the Matter of thle NVo, kmei'sCompilenisationi Ordinance, 1956.
and
In the Mlatter o.f an Ap~plication by or onl behalf of Dependarits
of I)eceais, Mlaster, Seaman, or Apprentice.
Between
E.F. Applicant
The Owners of thle ship ''Respondents.
and
G.1B.
(or as tile case miay be; see Reg, 4)
1. Onl the day of personal injury b~y accident arising out of and in the course of his emnploymient was caused to A.B. lahite of deceased,
the master of the ship "(or a seyaan, or an
apprentice to the sea service) and a imenber of the crew of thle ship "and on the dlay of




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the death of the said A.B. resulted from
the injury.
OR
1. The ship which left the port of
on or about the day of ,
was lost with all hands on or about the day of (or was last heard of on or about the day of and is believed to have been lost with all hands).
2. A question has (or questions have) arisen
(here state the questions, specifying only those which
have arisen, e.g.)(a) as to whether the said A.B. was a
workman within the meaning of the abo)vementioned
Ordinance; or
(b) as to the liability of the owners of the said ship
to pay compensation under the abovemnentioned Ordinance to the depeadants of the said A.B. in respect
o)f the injury caused to them by the (death of the said
A.B. ; or
(c) as to the amount of compensation payable by the
owner of the said ship to the dependants of the said A.B.
under the abovementioned Ordinance in respect of the injury caused to them by the death of the
said A.B. ; or
(d) as to who are dependants of the said A.B.
within the meaning of the abovementioned Ordinance; or
(e) as to the apportionment and application of the
compensation payable by the owners of the said ship to the dependants of the said A.B. in respect of the
injury caused to them by the death of the said AB.
(or as the case may be).
3. An inquiry under the abovementioned Ordinance is hereby.requested between E.F. the legal personal
representative of the said A.B. (or between, E.F.
a dependant of the said A.B. ) and the owners of
the said ship, and G.B. who claims or may be
entitled to claim as a dependant of the said A.B.
4. Particulars are hereto appended (or annexed).




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Particulars.
1. Name and address of master,
seaman or apprentice.
2. Name of ship of which deceased
was master (or of the crew of
which deceased was a member)
at time of accident or loss of
ship, and port of registry.
3. Such (other particulars as are contained in paragraphs
3 to 13 in Form 2 of this Schedule as may be
applicable.
The names and addresses of the applicant and
his solicitor are:
Of the Applicant,
of his Solicitor,
The names and addresses of the respondents to
be served with this application are:
As repre, engir the owners of the ship
(State name and address of managing owner or manager, or of master of ship. See reg. 5(6) ).
and (G.B.
Dated this day of
App)ic((at,
or (A]pplicant's Solicitor).
Notice.
To of
You are hereby required if voi intend to oppose the above application to lodge wit h me tihe midersigned clerk within seven days after the service of this notice upon you (or within such extended period as the magistrate may allow) a written answer to the application containing a concise statement of the extent and grounds of your opposition thereto.
The above application will be heard at the Magistrate's Court, District at on the
day of at o'clock in the noon and
you are hereby notified that if you fail to lodge such answer within the time herein prescribed, or to appear at the time aind place herein stated for the hearing of the application such order may be made against you as may be just and expedient..
C Ilerk,
Magistrate's Court, District




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Form 5. Reg. 8.
Notice of Claim.
ANTIGUA.
In the Magistrat,'s Court, District
In the Matter Of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956
and
In the Matter of an Application by for compensation.
Between
A.B. Applicant
and
C.). Respondent.
Whereas a claim fo,' compensation has been made to the magistrate by applicant, against
and the said has claimed that you are liable
under section 25(2) to indemnify him against any compensation which he may be liable to pay in respect of the aforesaid claim, you are hereby informed that you may appear before the magistrate at o'clock on the day of
at and contest the claim for compensation made
by the said applicant or the claim for indemnity made by the respondent. In default of your appearance you will be deemed to admit the validity of any award made against the respondent and your liability to indemnify the respondent for any compensation recovered from him.
I hereby require you to file with me the undersigned clerk a written statement dealing with the claim against you in the above application within ten days after the service thereof on you.
And further take notice that if you fail to forward such statement in writing, an order may be made against you in default.
Dated this day of 19
M r C er',
Magistrate's Court, District




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Form 6. Reg. 11
Notice of Hearing
ANTIGUA.
In the Magitrate's Court, District
In the Matter of the Workmen's Cumpensation Ordinance, 1956 and
In the Matter ofan Application by a Workman for Compensation.
Between
A.B. Applicant
and
C. ). lRespondent.
Take notice that the Magistra e, District will
proceed with the hearing of the application in this matter at on thie day of at the
hour of o'clock in the noon.
Dated this day of 19
Clerk,
Magistrate's Court, District
Notice of Hearing to be sent to Respondent.
Take notice that the Magistrate will proceed with the hearing of the application in this matter at on the
day of at the hour of o'clock in the
noon, and that if yon do not attend at the time and place abovementioned such order will be made and proceedings taken as the Magistrate tnmy think just and expedient.
Dated this day of 19 .
magistrate's Courk, District
:Maietrate's Court. District




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Form 7. Beg. 15(3)
Order.
In case of application for weekly or half-monthly payment of compensation. ANTIGUA.
In the Magistrate's Court, District
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956 and
In the Matter of an Application by a Workman for Compensation.
Between
A.B. Applicant
and
C.D. Respondent.
Upon the application of and upon
hearing
(Here insert any other introductory recital of
findings on which the order is made which
the Magistrate may think fit.)
It is ordered as follows:1. Treat the respondent C.D. do payv to the
applicant A.B. the weekly (or half-monthly)
sum of $ as compensation for personal injuries caused
to the said A.B. on the day of by injury
arising out of and in the course of his employment as a workman employed by the said respondent, such weekly (or half-monthly) payment to commence as from the day of
and, to continue during the total or partial incapacity of the said A.B. for work, or until the same shall be ended, diminished, increased or redeeme{ed i accordance vwith the provisions of the Ordinance.
2. And that the said C.I). do forthwith pay to the said A.B. the sum of $ being the amount of such weekly
(or half-monthly) payments calculated from the day of
until,ti he day of and do thereafter
pay the said sum of $ to the said A.B. on the
and days of each month.
3. Ai that ithe s:tid C 1). do pay to the applicant his costs of andi incidenltal to this application fixed at the sum of
$(or to be taxed in accordance with the proper scale).
Dated this day of 19
Magistrate, District




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Form S. Rh'. 15(3)
Order.
In the case of Application by Dependants. ANTIGUA.
In the Magistrate's Court, District
In the Matter of the Vorkinen's Compeiation Ordinance, 1956 and
In the Matter of an Application by Dependants.
Between
A.B. Applicant
and
C.D. Responjdent.
Upon the application of and upon hearing
(Here insert any other introductory recital of
findings on which the order is made which
the Magistiate may think fir.)
It is ordered as follows:1. That the respondent C.D. do pay the sumn of $
to the dependants of A.B. late of deceased, as
compensation for the injury resulting to such dependants from the death of the said A.B. which took place on the day of from the injury caused to the said A.B. on
the day of by accident arising out of arid in the
course of his employment as a workman employed by the said respondent.
2. And it is declared that the persons hereinafter named are entitled to share in such compensation as dependents of the said A.B., that is to say J.B. widow of the said A.B. and (name the other persons).
3. (Add if so found) and it is dEclared that G.H. the of the said A.B. is not entitled to share in such compensation as a dependant of the said A.B.
And it is further ordered:4. That the said sum of $ be apportioned
between the said J.B. and in the proportions
following, that is to say:The sum of $ t, and for the benefit of
the said J.B. and the sum of $ to and for the
benefit of the said




5. That the said C.D. do pay the said sum of 8 within 14 days from the date of this order.
6. That the said J.B. and the said or
any of them be at liberty to apply to the Magist gte Promn time to time for any further or other order as to the application of any of tho said sums which may be ordered to be invested and the accruing interest thereof.
7. Th'at the said C.) do pay to the applicants their costs of and incidental to this application fixed at the sum of $ (or to be taxed in accordance with the
proper scale).
Dated this day of 19
Magistrate, District
Form 9. lIeg. 15(3)
ORDER
In the case of Application by Persons to whom Expenses of medical
attendance and burial are due.
ANTIGUA.
IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COURTr, Disri(t,
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956
AND
In the Matter of an Application by persons to whom
expenses of medical attendance and burial are due. Between
Ai.B. Applicant
and
C.D. Resy)ondent.
Upon the application of and upon
hearing
(Here insert any other introductory recital of findings
,'1 which the other is made w hich the Magistrate may think lit).
I: i ,rered aias follows:i. iThat the respondent C,.D. do pay the sum of $
for or towers the expensesof f Imedical attendance and burial of A. late ,f deceased, whiv (died on the
day of from injury caused on the
day of by accident arising out of and in
the course of the employment of the said A.B. As a workman employed by the said C.D.




2.And it is declared thaLt the pors ins hereinafter naied are entied to share in snich compensation, that is to say:The aplicant E.F. in respect of charges oionitiiig
to $ due to (or pnNvable b,) buni for initial
attendance and burial or the said A .B.
Dated this day of 19
MaLgistrate, District
Form 10. Reg. 22(2)
Application for Order for Detention of Ship.
TN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE \\T1NwAPI ILAmNDS ANI) LiEWARD ISLANDS.
Antigua Circuit.
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956
The Ship
Application is hereby made or behalf of
of who alleges that thle owners of' tile ship
which has been found in tile port 4f (or within three mrifles (f I he coast of the ('o] i ),~ aire liable to siuch owners to p'Ny compensation under the ah ivy,rnentionedl Ordinance, in respect of personal injury by ilc(id(t arising out of and in the course of his empliloymnent caused to of onl the ulay of
in thle Port (or harlbour) ofI and wvho cli ms coinpewirsn t ion in reser df such ii ju~ alld' allege'i that tone of the owners of the sald ,,hipl r'eside ill tile Colony fo r an order directed to ;tn officer 4 ('ustomrs or Odlir officer named h.rN the juride, recquirri. lhim to (Itli tile said ship unrtil suchi rimle as to the mviiers, :ige1 r imia i, o consignee thereof have paLid such ci ipensation, or- ha\ e ir \eil securitY, to be approved bY the jiidc)-e7 to abide the event '4 an v proceedings that m~ay be in~tittnted to recover such cme :t i and to piy fuch) cornjiensation an'i co*i s as may be :m warde thereon, or until the said ship) hall be cit!herwise relenst' ii l due courseo of law.
T'he grounds onl which this appliention is in~ade :r, set forth in thle affidavit of filed herewNith (or w\ill he
given iii evidence on the hearing (if the tupphication).
D)ated this day of
(Naine and addi-ess of Apphjeant or Applicant's Solicitor).




Form 11. Reg. 23(3)
Undertaking as to Damages. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE WVINDWARD ISLANDS AND LEEWARD ISLANDS,
Antigua Circuit.
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956
The Ship "
1, the undersigned of ,
hereby undertake to abide by any order which may hereafter be made as to damages, in case a *y person aff:cted by the order to be made on my application for the detention of the ship shall sustain any damages by reason of
such order which I ought to pay.
Dated this day of 19
(Signature and Address of Applicant). (To be altered as required, if the undertaking is given by
by any person other than the applicant).
Form 12. Reg. 23(4)
Order for Detention of Ship. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE \WINDWARI) ISLANDS AND LEEWARD ISLANDS.
Antigua Circuit.
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956.
The Ship"
Whereas it is alleged that the owners of the ship are liable as such owners to pay compensation
in respect of personid injury by accident arising out of and in the course of hiis employment caused to of
in the port (or harbour) of
And that the said ship has been found in the port of (or within three miles of the coast of the Colony:




And whereas it has been shown to me, on the application of of who claims
compensation in respect of such injury, that the owners of the said ship are probably liable as such to paty such compensation, and that none of the owners reside in the Colony:
(And whereas the said has filed an undertaking to abi de by any order which may hereafter be made as to damages, in case any person affected by this order shall sustain any da mages by reason of this order which the said ought to pay):
Now I do hereby issue this order directed to you, the Collector of Customs at (or other officer
named by the judge) requiring you to detain the said ship until such ti ne as the owners, agent, master or consignee th,,ereof have p aid compensation in respect of the said injury, or have given seclurity in the stum of to be
approved by he judge, to abide the event of any proceedings that may be instituted to recover such compensation, and to pay such compensation and costs as may be awarded thereon, or until the said ship shall be otherwise released by due course of law.
Dated this day of
Judge.
To the Collector of Customs at
(or other officer named by the judge).
Form 13. Reg. 23(6).
Bond by way of Security.
IN TIE $UP'EME COURT IF THE WINDWARD ISLANDS AND LEEWARD ISLANDS.
Antigua Circuit.
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956.
The Ship ".
Whereas it is alleged that the owners of the ship are liable as such owners to pay compensation
in respect of personal i jury by accident arising out of and in the course of his employment caused to of iin the port (or harbour) of




And whereas the judge of this Court has issued an order directed to the Collector of Custotnm at (or
other officer named by the judge), requiring him to detain the said ship until such time as the owners, agent, master, or consignee thereof have paid compensation in respect of the said(l injury, or have given security in the sum of $ to be
approved by the judge, to abide the event of any proceedings that may be ins' ituted to recover such compensation, and to pay such compensation and costs as may be award(led thereon, or until the said ship shall be otherwis, released by due course of law:
Now, thereof, we (state names, addresses, and d(lescriptions of sureties) jointly and severally submit ourselves to the jurisdiction of this Court, or of any other competent Court in the Colony in which any proceedings may be instituted in respect of the said injury, and consent that if the o\vners, agent, master, or consignee of the said ship shall not pay all such compensation and costs as may be awarded thereon execution may issue forthwith against us, our heirs, executors and admininistrators, goods and chattels, for a sum not exceedingr dollars.
(Signature of Sureties)
This bail bond was signed by the said
and the sureties, the day of
Before me,
Registrar of the Supreme Court.
Form 14. Reg. 23(7)
Order of Release.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE WINDWARD) ISLANDS AND LEEWARD ISLANDS.
Antigua Circuit.
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956.
The ship" "
You are hereby aumthorised and directed to release the ship now under detention by virtue of an
ordt r maide onl the day of upon the payment
of all costs, charges aid expenses attending the custody thereof.
Dated this day of
Judge.
To the Collector of Customs at
(or other officer named in
the order for detention).




Form 15. Reg. 23(8)(b)
Solicitor's Undertaking to give Security.
IN THE SUlPREME COURT OF THE VINDWAlRD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS,
Antigua Circuit.
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956.
The ship "
Whereas it is alleged that the owners of the ship are liable as such owners to pay compensation
in respect of personal injury by accident arising out of and in the course of his employment caused to of
in the port (or harbour) of
Now, therefore, 1, L.M. of
solicitor for the owners (agent, master or consignee) of the said ship, hereby undertake within days from the date
lvreof to give security in the sum of $ to be
approved by the judge, to abide the event of any proceedings that may be instituted to recover such compensation and to pay such compensation and costs as may be awarded thereon.
Dated this day of
(Signed) L.M.
Form 16. Reg. 23(9)
Application for Compensation where Security has been given on behalf
of the Owners of a ship under section 34. A NTIGU. .
IN THiE MAGISTRATE'S (COURT, DISTRICT
In the Matter of the W rkmen's Compensation Ordinance, 19 5 6.
ANI
In the Matter of an Application for Compensation where
Security has been given on behalf of the Owners
of a ship under section 84. Bietweent
A.B. Applicant
and
(Name and addresses of persons giving security) Respondents.
1. On the day of personal injury by
accident arising out of and in the course of his employment was caused to A.B. of and the said A.B.
claims that the owners of the ship are liable
under the abovementioned Ordinance to pay compensation in respect of the said injury.




2. The respondents have given security to abide the event of any proceedings thatt univ fho iistitnited in re,41ect of the said ijur a tit ).V pay 1 I(m~ asl 111t ~tiIBc~i iay
be awarded thereon,
3. A questions has (or questions have) arisen
(here state the questions, specifying only those which have arisen; e.g.)-(a) as to whether the said A.B. is a workman to whom the aboveinentioned Ordinance applies;
or
(b) as to the liability of the owners of the said
ship to pay compensation under the .ubovemtcntioned
Ordinance in respect of the said injury; or
(c) as to the amount (or duration) of the
compensation payable to the said A.B. under the aboveinentioned Ordinauce in respect of the said
injury (or as the case inay be)
4. An inquirY under the ani ovementioned Ordinance is hereby riNqnestud between (lie -:Iid A.11). and the respondents for the settlement of thie said ijutc-tioni (or qjuestiionls).
5. IPan'ieulars- are hereto appended (or annexed).
Particulars.
(He re insert particul ars of circtimstances tindler which the
appliatiomi is inade, nd of the relitl or order which the applicant eliais. adlaptingf the particulars to the
6curntances of time case).
Tho iinmes und Liddess es, etc. (as in Form 2A).
NOMPC This foini to he adaot.'I as r(eiiu to an application for
(Menpensatoll as iet We-i the tiolnpnnts i4 a dleceasea
workman n an d t ho p'i sous gi ving fiectin




.Formn 17. Reg. 24.
AMemoraindumn 4f Agreemnent In case of a non-fatal
njurv to workman bv accident. A \T1U~ UA.
fit thle Magistrate's Court, District
In thie Vatt-i' of the Workmen's Comnpensation Ordinance, 1956, and
In the H\atter of an Agreement
Between
A.K B. Aplieant
and
C.D. Respon dent.
1. lie it remfemibered, that on the dav of
p~erson~al injutry, was cenused at to the albovenamned
'I workman indfer no legal d isability, (or a ininor of thle age of er)baciltaiin
out of f id in tile course of is exnmplo nent.
2. (Herec insert thie like particulars ats in Form 1).
3 An that of] Ohe day ofthfolingu noreenient was come to by and between the stidl and the sond that is to say:
(here set out terms of agreement)
4. (If t mredicl referee hafs 'been apoointed to report, add) A, eopy of the report of Mr. a medical referee
appointed to report in the Jbo\,ementioned nittter i~hereunto annexed.
5. Yoii are hereb)'y requested to record this memorandum, pursuant to section 21 of thle abovemuentioned Ordinance.
P:1ted
Signiature of Emplover
Witness
Signature of Workmn
Witness
NKote: An application to record an agreement can be
presented under the signature of one pmrty only
provideA thiat the other party has agreed toih
termilS. Bo,-th signatures should be a; pended,
whenever possible.
To the Clerk, Magistrate's Court, District




Form 18. Reg. 24
Memorand(lum of Agreement Where death resulted
from the injury to the Workman. ANTIGUA.
In the Magistrate's Court, District
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956 and
In the Matter of an Agreement Between
A.B. Applicant
and
C.D. Respondent.
1. Be it remembered, that on the day of personal injury was caused at to
late of deceased, by accident arising out of
and in the course of his employment, and that on the day of the said died as the result
of such injury.
2. (Insert here like particulars as in Form 2).
3. And that on the day of the
following agreement was come to by and between the dependants of the said within the meaning
of the abovementioned Ordinance, and the said that is to say:
(here set out terms of agreement)
4. (If a medical referee has been appointed to report, add)
A copy of the report of Mr. a medical
referee appointed to report in the abovementioned matter is hereunto annexed.
5. You are hereby requested to record this memorand(um pursuant to section 21 of the abovementioned Ordinance.
Dated
Signature of Employer Witness
Signature of Workman Witness
Note: An application to record an agreement can be
presented nnder the signature of one party only provided that the other party has agreed to the terms. Both signatures should be appended,
whenever possible.
To the Clerk, Magistrate's Court, District




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Form 19. Reg. 25
Notice to Parties before Memorandum of
Agreement is recorded. ANTIGUA.
In the Magistrate's Court, District
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956,
and
In the Matter of an Application to record Memorandum of Agreement.
Between
A.B. Applicant
and
C. f Respondent
Whereas agreement to pay compensation is said to have been reached between and
And whereas has/have applied to the
Magistrate for registration of the agreement under section 21(3) notice is heIreby given that the said agreement will be taken into consideration by the Magistrate at o'clock on the day of at and that any
objection to the registration of the said agreement should be made on the date and at the i)lace aforesaid. In the absence of valid objections it is the Magistrate's intention to proceed to the registration of the agreement.
Dated 19 ,
Clerk,
Maistrate's Court, District




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Form 20. Regs. 27 & 29
Application for review or redemption of weekly
or hal f-monthly payment. ANTIGUA.
In the Magistrate's Court, District
Iu tihe Matter of the Workmrnen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956,
and
In the Matter of an Application for review or redemption of weekly or half-monthly payment.
Between
A.B. Applicant
and
C. D. Respondent.
Application is hereby made for the review (termination, diminution, increase or redemption, as the case may he) of the weekly (or hallf-monthly) payment payable To the said
in respect of personal injury caused to him by accident arising out of and in the course of his employment, on at in the Colony of Antigua.
Particulars are hereto appended:PARTICULARS.
1. Name and address of injured workman.
2. Name and place of business of
employer by whom compensation is payable.
3. Date and nature of accident.
4. Amount of weekly (or halfmonthly) payment, and date
from which it commenced.
5. Relief sought by applicant,
whether termination, diminuition, increase or redemption.
6. G rounds of application.
Dated this day of 19
, Applicant.
To the Magistrate, District




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Form 21. Reg. 30.
A pplication for Order for Paymnt to Defendant
or other person of weekly (or half-inonthly) paN nt payable to person under disability. ANI G'rITUA.
In the Magistrate's Court, District
In the MNatter of the \Vorkinen',, Compensation Ordinanice, -956;,
and
In the Matter ol an Application for Order for payment to defeidi nt or other er.,-on of veeklv or half-inonthlY
pay menit ptiyabie to person under dtisahi Iit.v.
Between
A.1B. Applicant
and
C.D. IResponden t.
Take notice that I (nnme and naldres.M4 of applicant) intend to apply to the Magistrate, District on the day
of i or ain order thiat the weekly (or half-inonithly)
payment p)ayalie in thie aliovemnentioned matter to a person un (1 er lgldqbit(or Lo ine) he during his (or iny) disability be paidl to (narne) at dependant or to anyv oth er person. best fitted to provide for the welfare of the said namee of wvorliran under disability) anid for conseqiwntial dlirectionls.
Dated this day of
Appican t.
To the (lrMaZgistrate's Court, District find to
(names of all parties interested).




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Form 22. Reg. 31
Application for Variation of Order. ANTIGUA.
In the Magistrate's Court, District
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956,
and
In the Matter of an Application for Variation of Order.
Between
A. 13. .pplicant
and
C.D. Respondenft.
Take notice that I (name and address of applicant) intend to apply to the Magistrate, District on the day of for an (,rder that the order of the Magistrate
made in the abovemientioned( matter on the day of
as to the distribution of the sum paid as compensation among the depend(ants of deceased (or as to the manner in which the sum payable to
a dependant of deceased,
should be applied or otherwise dealt with) may
he varied by directing (here state variation sought by applicant) and for consequential directions.
And further take notice that the circumstances in which this application is made are(state particulars)
Dated this day of
APldicanl.
To the Clerk, Magistrate's Court, District and
to (names of all persons interested.)




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Form 23. l eg. 33.
Deposit of Compensation for Fatal Accident. ANTIG UA.
In the Magistrate's Court, District
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compens:ation Ordinance, 1956,
and
In the Matter of a Deposit of Comnpensation for Fatal Accident.
Compensation amounting to $ is hereby
presented for deposit in respect of injuries rnsmi nirg in the death of rosidiu at which
occurred on at
His monthly wages are estimated at
He was over/under 17 years at the time of his death.
The said workman had, prior to the date of his (death, received the following payments, namel:Dated 1 9
Employer.
(To be added if I desire to be made a party to the
desired) proceedings for the distribution
of the aforesaid compensation.
Employer.
(State name and addresses of dependants so far known).




Form 24. Reg. 33(4)
Statement of Disbursements. ANTIGUA.
In the Mlagistrate's Court, District
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation, Ordinance, 1956 and
In the Matter ol' a Statement of Dishursements. Depositor
Amount deposited Date
Funeral expenses paid
Compensation paid to the following dependantsName Relationship
..... ........ ....... .........
Total
Dated 19
M~a9istrate.




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Form 25. Reg. 34.
Deposit of Compensation for non-fatal Accidents.
ANTIGUA.
In the Magistrate's Court, District
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 195(6,
and
In the Matter of a Deposit of Compensation for nonfatal Accidents.
Compensation amounting to $ is herehvby
presented for deposit in respect of pernmanent/temporarv injuries sustained by residing at
which occured on
Dated 19
Employer.
Form 26. Reg. 35(2)
Reference to Medical Referee under section 36(2)(i).
ANTIGUA.
In the Magistrate's Court, D)istrict
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956,
and
In the Matter of a Reference to a Medical Referee.
Between
A.B. and A)plican
and
C.D. Respondent
I, Magistrate, District having
heard the evidence tendered by both parties, hereby' certify that in my opinion the medical evidence Oiven before me is conflicting (or insufficient) on a nmatiter which seems to me to be material to a question arising in the abovementioned application, and that it is desirable to obtain a report from a medical referee on such matter, as follows;




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(A) On the day of personal injury
was (or is alleged to have been) caused to
(1) by accident arising out of and in the course
of his employme t, under the following circumstances:(2)
OR in the case of an occupational disease to which the
0 rdinance applies(A) On the day of the said
(1) was under section 23, certified to be disabled
by or suspended from his usual employment on account of his having contracted, a disease to which the said section applies, namely:(3)
(B) The matter on which I am satisfied that it is desirable to obtain a report is(C) Such matter seenis to be material to the following question arising in the application, viz:I therefore appoint (4) one of the medical
referees appointed by the Governor for the purposes of the abovenamtned Ordinance, to examine the said (1)
on the matter specified above, and to report to me.
A statement of the medical evidence given before me is appended.
I am satisfied that the said (1) who is now
at is in a fit condition to travel for the purpose
of )eing examined, and he has been directed to attend on the referee for examination at such time and place as shall be ficed by the referee; or does not appear to be in a fit condition to travel for the purpose of heing examined.
The referee is requested to forward his report to the Magistrate, District at on or before
the day of
Dated this day of
Magistrate, District
A Previous reference ws made to a medical referee in this case on the day of and a copy of the
report thereupon given is attached.
f(1) Insert name of injured workman.
(2) Here state the facts of the accident as Hscertained from the
evidence.
(3) Name disease to which the section applies.
(4) Here insert name of medical referee.




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Form 27. Reg. 35(4)
Order on Injured Workman to submit himself for
examination by medical referee. ANrIc ua.
In the Magistrate's Court, District
In the Matter of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956,
and
In the Matter of an Order on Injured Workman to submit
himself for examination by Medical Referee.
To of
TAKE NOTICE that Dr. of
one of tl:e medical referees under the Workmen's Coml pensation Ordinance,. 1956, has been appointed to exaiti youl for the purposes of the abovemetioned matter and to report (or issue his certificate)
You are hereby required to submit yourself for examination by such referee* and to attend for that purpose at such time and place as may be fixed by him.
Dated this day of
Magistrate, District
Form 28. Reg. 36(1)
Order of reference to medical referee under section 47. ANTrIGuA.
In the Magistrate's Court, District
In the Matter of the Workmen's (Compcnsation Ordinance. 1956
and
In the Matter of a reference to a medical refer,'e Between
A.B13. Applicanl
and
C.D. Respondnl/.
On the application of A.B. of and
C.D. & C(o. Limited, of (a copy of a hich is
hereto annexed), I hereby appoint Dr. of
*Strike out from "and to attend when injured working does
not appear to be in a fit condition to travel




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one of the medical referees appointed by the Governor for the purposes of tihe Workmen's Compensation (O)rdinance, 1956, to examine the said and to give his
certificate as to the condition of the said and
his fitness for employment, stating whether the said has wlillv or partially recovered from the injury (or occu)patioial disease) and specifying if necessary the kind of employment for which he is fit [or his certificate whether (or to what extent) the incapacity of the said is
due to the accident] [or his certificate as to the condition of the said and his fitness for employment,
stating whether the said has vwhoillv or
partially recovered from the injury (or occupational dis ,ase) and specifying if necessary the kind of employment for which hlie is lit, and as to wvhetler (or to what extent) the incapacity of the said is due to the accidentJ.
Copies of the reports of the medical practitioners by whom the said has been examined are hereto
annexed.
The said who is now at has
been directed to submit himself for examination by the referee.
I am satisfied that the said is in a fit condition travel for Ilhe purpose )of' lein, examined, and he has been directedd to attend on I e referec for examination at such time and place as may be fixed by the referee.
(0 1? The said does not appear to be in a
fit condition to travel for the purpose of being
examined).
The referee is requested to forward his certificate to the Magistrate at the Mzagistrate's Court, District situate at on or before the day of 19 .
Dated this (lay of 19
Alav/istrate.
Nn'r:: Where only one party is the applicant this
formi shall be used with the necessary modifications.




Form 29. Reg. 36(3)
Certificate of medical referee under section 47. ANTTGUA.
Int the Magistrate's C.ourt, District
I the Matter of the VWorkinen's Compensation Ordinance. 1956~,
andl
In the Mfatter of a Certificate of medical referee.
lit accordance with the reference made to mne on (date 0I Order of' ke ferenice) by thie IAlagistrate, D~istrict UPOII the application of namee and address of' party or parties) I1 havoe onl the daY of examined (namne of
wvorkmnan) and If hereby cortif Y that:1. '1 e co(idit ion of the said namee of workmnan)
is as folloWs---D .escribe coniditioni of worknnoji, statingwhouther he Ims whiolly or parti~flyl recovered-see fiootnote--,from fthe iniiuy by accildeft or occupati onal dises and stating. Vh ether Avori'kal is lit for his ordl' nry or other work, -speifvin g where necessaryN the kind of wiork, or whether he
is unt1it for work of any kinid).
2. The incapacity of', the said (name of ivorknmn) (State whether the Incapacity has ceased or to what
exti.if anY., the incaipacity is, (hie to the accident or Ovclatiotial (li ease).
Dated this day of
Jiledical Referee.
Either putragiaph I or paragraph 2 to be filled tipl, or both to be filled lip, according I o the terms (of the b)eterence.
lit dealing- with the (luestifn of recovery, if the referee finds that the workman is no ]on 'g'er physically icapacited for work as FL result of the accident, or of the attack of the disease, but that the workman's cond~itionl is such that either
(a) there is a reasonable probability, of the workman becom-~ ing again incapacitat ed tlirou-(di thie effects of the accident or through a recrudescence of Hie attack of the disease, or
(bk) there is, as a result of the attack, an increased susceptihilitv to a. fresh attack of the disease, the referee should incliide a statement as to his indIngs.




If the Order of Reference and the documents which accompanied it show that the decision of the Referee is desired as to the workmans condition or fitness for employment (or as to whether or to what extent his incapacity was due to the accident) at some date previous to the date of the lieferee's examination (see section 13), the Referee should deal with this point also, so far as hlie can.
Form 80. Reg. 38
Notice by Medical Referee to Injured Workman
under section 36 (2)(i).
Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956. ANTIGUA.
In the Magistrate's Court, District
To of
I hereby give you notice that I have been appointed to report on your case under section 36(2)(i) of the abovenamed Ordinance, and that I propose to examine you at
on the day of at o'clock,
and you are required to submit yourself for examination accordingly.
Dated this day of
Medical ef/eree.
Form 81. Reg. 38
Notice by Medical Referce to Workman in case of a
referee under section 47(2).
Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956 ANTIGUA.
In the Magistrate's Court, District To of
I hereby give you notice that in accordance with the Reference made to inme in your case by the Magistrate, District holden at ti under section 47(2) of the
abovenamed Ordinance, I propose to examine you at on the day of at o'clock.
SAnd you are required to submit yourself for examination accordingly.
Any statements made or submitted by you will be considered.
Dated this day of
Medical Beferee,




Form 32. Reg. 38
Notice by Medical Referee to Emnploycr in case of a
reference under section 47(2).
\Workmnen's Comnpensation Ordinance, 1956. ANTIGUA.
In the Mngistrate's Court, District
To of
I hereby give you notice that in accordance with the Reference made to me by the Magistrate, District- holden at under section 47(2) of the abovenamed Ordinance, in the case of (name and address of workman) I propose to examine the said at
on the day of at o'clock.
Any statements made or submitted by you will be
considered.
Dated this day of
Medical Referee.
SCHEDULE B.
PART 1. Reg. 39
Remuneration and other Expenses of Medical Referee
Workmen's Compensation Ord(inance, 1956.
8 cts.
(a) For examinatiion of workman, issue of
certificate and all other duties performed by a medical referee inll relation to a terence under section 36(2) or section
47 10
(b) Where a medical referee has to travel a
distance of more than two miles from his office or residence to examine a
workman pursuant to a reference a sum equal to
the travelling
allowances p a i d
by Government to
officers in their
employment with
a minimum sum
equivalent to the
allowance for
-travellingtwo miles,




PART II.
Form 1.
Form.i of Applica tion for registration by employers
to whom section 24 applies.
Workmenn's C'omipensation Ordinance, 1956.
1. Name of emniploYer
2. Place of business of employer 3. Name of insurance company
with which employer is insured and number and
date of each policy
4. Type of risks against which
employer is insured
5. Nature of employments in
which workmen are engaged
6. Approximate number of
workmen emIployed
7. Total sum assuredI
Form 2. Reg, 41(2).
Certificate of Registration under section 26 OF THE
Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956.
This is to certify that
M ............................... ............... ... .... ......
of................... .......................... ................
carrying on the business or trade mentioned hereunder has been registered by me in accordance with section 26 of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956.
Type of Average Number of per- and InBusiness Location,. number sons covered surance
or Trade. employed, by Insurance. Policy No.
This certificate shall be posted in a conspicuous place for workpeople to see.
Com missioner of Labour,
D ate.........................................




PART 111.
Sol jeitor'4 costs and aib 11wNances- to parties and witnesses
Woi'kric'i (ionpensation Ordinance, 1956.
(a) fin uncon tested clanis for corn pensti m
(b) fit con Iteited clainis for coin pensittion
(i) where t be sumn in lisptce do~es
not exceed( '$00 12
Iti) Xceleds $ -100 hu t (1or- n ot
exceed $40() 16
(iii) exceeds $400$ 1(1 f .r the first
$"1,00 anld ,'-6 for
tucceedinuz $, 400
or part thereof.
(Fo~r the purpose of this Part of this Schedule thie expression "sumn in dispute m ieans,
where costs are awarded to a successful applicant, the stum recovered, and, wh-lerever costs are awarded to a successful respondent, the sum claimedd.
(r) Fee on adjourned hearing, if allowed 6
(d) P)reparat'ion and registration of a
Memorandum of Agreement 6
(e) A pplicationis for review or redcrnptii 6
()Attendance to tile any (document wvithi
the ecrkc 75
(y) A pp-.d s fromn a Aitgistraf(e to a Jndtge~ Such fees u1s Imay
of the Supreme Court bs allowed within
the limits autho(h) Special cases Irised by the
Magistrate's Code
of Procedure Act.
(i) Any matter not provided for in this Such reasonable
Part or thil;s ci,,d ule cos)ts its may he
allowedd by the
Magffistrate.




(2) Allowances to P'arties and WVitnesses.
$ ete.
(a) Medical Practitioners, planters, merchants,
bankers, government officers and professional persons, not exceeding per diem 2 40
(b) Agricultural labourers, domestic servants,
day labourers and the like persons, not
eceeding per diem 1 00
(c) Other persons, according to their rank,
in life, not exceeding per diem 1 50
And any actual travelling expenses
'allowed by the Magistrate.
PART IV. Reg. 43
Medical Practitioners Fees under section 6(2(a).
Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956.
$ ets.
(a) Where a workman is examined at a medical practitioner's office or surgery between
6.30 a.m. and 7 p.m. 3 00
(b) Where a workman is examined at a medical practitioner's office or surgery between
7 p.m. and 6.30 a.m. 4 00
(c) Where a medical practitioner is required to
examine a workman at a place other than his office or surgery between the hours
of 6 30 a.m. and 7 p.m. 4 00
(d) Where, a medical practitioner is required
to examine a workman at ai place other than his office or surgery betx et n the
hours of 7 p.m. and 6.30 a.m. 5 00




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PART V.
Fees of Court.
Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956.
1. Applications for compensation-$
$ cts.
(a) where compensation is claimed in the
form of recurring payments 1 50
(b) where compensation is claimed in the
form of lump sum $1.00 where the
sum does not
exceed $250,
plus $1.50 for
each additional
sum of $250
or fraction
thereof.
(2) Applications for redemption(a) by agreement between the parties 1 50
(b) In all other cases 3 00
(3) Applications for the deposit of compensation(a) Under section 15(1) of the Ordinance 75
(b) In all other cases, in respect of each person
'to whom compensation is payable 1 50
4. Applications for distribution by
dependants, for each dependant 1. 50
5. Applications for review(a) Where the review claimed is the contiuun,,ce, increase, decrease, or ending of
weekly or half-monthly payments 1 50
(b) Where the weekly or tilf-monthly payments are sought to be converted into a
lump sum 3 O0
(c) In all other cases 1 50




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6. Application for the registration of agreements$ cts.
(a) Where the application or the memorandum of agreement is signed by both parties 75
(b) In all other cases 1 50
7. Applications to summon witnessesFor every witness 25
8. Applications for indemnification 3 00
9. Applications for the recovery of compensation(a) Under an order already made by the
Magistrate 50
(b) In all other cases The same fee as
is payable on a
similar application for compensation.
10. All applications not otherwise provided for 50
11. Answer to any claim 50
12. Notice of motion for appeal from
Magistrate to a Judge 3 00
13. Filing any document not otherwise
provided for 25
14. Copy of any document furnished by
the clerk 4c. per folio
15. (a) For service of any notice or persons 15
(b) For service at a greater distance
than two miles from the Magistrat's office, for every extra
mile or part of a mile in addition
to the above fee 06
Provided that mileage shall be
calculated to a place, and not to
and from a place.
Printed at the Governmnet Printing Otlice. Antiivt. Lewaid islands, by E. M. BLACKMAN, M.B. E,, Governent Printer--By Authority.
1957,
570-4.57. [Pricse 72 conits,