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Group Title: Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette.
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
Physical Description: 12 v. : ; 25-35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Publisher: Govt. Printer.
Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
Frequency: weekly
completely irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
General Note: Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.
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Volume ID: VID00049
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Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

Table of Contents
    Main
        Page 99
        Page 100
        Page 101
        Page 102
        Page 103
    Antigua, Bill: Matrimonial Causes Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
        Page A-1
        Page A-2
    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 2 of 1957: Public Health (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
        Page B-1
        Page B-2
    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 3 of 1957: Distribution of German Enemy Property Ordinance, 1957
        Page C-1
        Page C-2
        Page C-3
        Page C-4
        Page C-5
        Page C-6
        Page C-7
        Page C-8
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 12 of 1957: Proclamation dated April 20, 1957, made under section 12 of the Maintenance Orders (Facilities for Enforcement) Act (Cap. 12)
        Page D-1
        Page D-2
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 10 of 1957: Pioneer Industries (Processing and Curing of Fish and the Manufacture of Fish Products) Order, 1957
        Page E-1
Full Text



THE

ANTIGUA, MONTHS

AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS

Published by cA'ut i


VOL. II.


Notices.

It is hereby intiilel for general
information that luring the 'period
July 1957 to Decemlinlr 1958, a world-
wide study of g'l(.olhylsicail pli)hIomena
is to Ihe carried out 1b all Ima'jor
nations to lbe kln,)% : is tlie I jnter-
niation! GeophyicIl Year'.

(Owvli to tle liiiilted rsolurces of
the Briti h Caribb,:m Meteorological
Service that deparlt ent will be- taking
on)l a vetr small piirt in tlie special
activities of the International (Geo-
physical Year, but a substantial pro-
gram of Imeteorological observi;tion
and r-seal'rch hlas been planned by
various coullltries under ;a co-ordila-
ting committee of the World Meteoro-
logical Orglanisation.

One aspect of meteorological studies
dunriong the- above period will be the
launching, by dl,) loon or other means.
of inllstrumenllts for m,-a.suring, record-
ing Hnd/or transmitting meteorologi-
cal radiation and other data. Such
instruments ma;y land and be found
ill couiitri,-' well outside the country
of Launching and the general public
are r jiintsted that in tle I vet of any
such instrullinents being found in any
part 'of tlih C(olony of Antigua, the
uame should be taken to and deliver-
ed to the nearest Police Station or
notify such Police Station of such
fin (lin .

The public are asked to give their
ready co-operation in the collection
of these instruments and thus ensure
the successful operation of these
studies.

Administrator's Office,
St. John's,
Antigna.
1st May, 1957
Rcf. No A. 68/1.1

It is notified for general informa-
tion that Mrs. Juan Rosa Cassel of
Wilkenson Cross. St. John's, Antigua,
was registered on the 24th April,
1957, as a citizen of the United King-
dom and Colonies under the British
Nationality Act. 1948.
('hirf '*rrtelr'/ is I lifice,

a( AntigluI.
24th Apri/. 1957.
Ref. No. 55/o0032.


,'; '7.2 ,f


THURSDAY, 9iTH


It is notified for general informa-
tion that advice has been received
from the Secretary of State for the
Coloniis i that places have been re-
served for Sergeants S. H. BROOKES
and J. M. LEWIS of the Leeward
Islanis Pollice Forcf. on the I Hendon
)Detective 'raiiniiig Conise ;iand on the
Fingerprint and Plhot(ography Courses
at W:iakielJ.

2. I'erslotl n1ILedI are dlue- t leave
Antian; for the united d Kingdom oil
or aboul t thi. 25:1 May, 1957.

Chief Si';rrctr!'s QOfice,
LIiewr(ad Islandls,
Itt A'ldiqga.

8th Mi/, 1957.
Ref. No. (O/oi00'09




It is notified for general inforlma-
tion that His Lordship the Puisne
Judge has directed that the Criminal
Sessions of the Supreme court t for the
Windward and Leeward islands in
the Antigua Circuit fixed to com-
mence on 4te 14th 'i 1957, will be
adjourned on that (date to Monday
the 20th May. 1957.
By Order,

CECIL 0. BYRON,
J7 .,'' .rr.

Registrar's Officeo
St. John's,
Antigua.

2nd May, 1957.



NOTICE IS IEREBY GIVEN
that in pursuance of Section 17 (2) of
the Marriage Ordinance, 1921 (Mont-
serrat, No. 6 of 1921), the churchh of
God of Christ Jesus ("Apostolic"
Inc.) at St. John's. Montserrat. has
been duly registered as a place of
Christian worship wherein banns or
announcements of marriage may be
published.

F. O. C. HARRIS,
Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Plymouth, Montserrat,
29th April, 1957.


v1jAY, 57: o. 20.

It it notified i ., ': informa-
tion that by agreement *taulie-d be-
tweven the Post Office IDepartment of
Canata and tihe G4overnimieni of Anti-
gua, the Convi.ittionl concrlninrg the
exchange of Money Oirdeie between
the l)orminionl of ('C:nt i ani the
Chon y of Anitigua siign'd :t Ottawa
on 21.St June, 1956, and at St. .!o l's,
An!igna, oi l1;th Ji!y, 1956; and
published in (izc'eite No 6 of 3rd
August. 1956, has been amended b)
the insertion therein of the following
Prealumbl" immneditetly aftrr the
first paragraph--
WHERJ AS the forepgoing Coin-
ventio is to be executed by t l the,
Administrator of Antigua on b half
of theU Government of Antigua with
the authority anid ons.-nt Ifi Her
Maijesty's Governmentl in t he Ini-
tetl Kingdom NOW T'l ERE-
lO R l "

Administralor',s Office,
St. .John's,
Antigua.
24th April, 1957.
Ref. No. A. 311251.

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES

No. 53.

The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Governor
that thi power of disallowance will
not be exercised in respect of the
undermontioned Ordinances:-

Antigua.
No. 39 of 1956, The Summary
Jurisdiction Act (Amendment) Ordi-
nannc. 1956". May 7
Ref. No. 47100479.
Montserrat.
No. 21 of 1956, "The Forestry
Ordinance, 195 ". May 7
Ref. No. 471003144.
Virgin Islands.

No. 16 of 195;, "The P'ond
(Aniendlnent) Ordinance, 1956 ".
May 9
Ref. No. 47,00(442.
No. 2: of 1956. "The Ct(ininal
Procedure Act (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1956 ". May 7
Ref. No. 47/004:39
Chief Secretary's Office,
Antigua.






100 THE A..NSTIGGJA, AONTSERRAT AND V iR1'IN ISLANDS GAZVTT FE'.


plo Qj ~1957


No. 54.


TENDER)l~j NOTICE.


The following Bill which is to be
introd ued into the Legislative Coun-
cil of Antigna is circulated with thing
Gazette and forms part thereof:-

Thi Matrimtn'ial Causes Act
(Amendment) Ordinance. 1'57."


No. 55.

The following Ordintances and
Statutory Rnles and Orders are circu-
lated with this Gazette and form part
thereof:-

ORDINANCES.
MnItserrat..

No. 2 of 1957. The Public IHealth
(Amendmiunr) Ordinance, 1957.'"
2 pp. Price 4 rents

No. 3 of 1957, The Distributionl
of Germain Einemy Properly Ordi-
nance, 1957." 8 pp. Price, 10 cents

STATUTORY IRLES & ORDERS.

I rlinQua.

No. 12 of 1957. Proclamation
dated April 20. 1957. made under
section 12 of tiie Maintenance Orders
(1'.. l;t -s for Enforcement) Act (Cap.
12). as w mep!d,. extending the I provi-
sions of the s:id Act to the Colonies
of HSint ( '. iI.H-r Nevis andl An-
gni:la, iMo lth'rrat and the Virgin
Islands. 2 pp. Price 4 cents

Virgin Islands.

No. 10 of 1' ., The Pioneer In-
dustrKti' (Processing and Onring of
Fish and the Manufacture of Fish
Products) Order, 1957."
1 pp. Prie 3 cents


City Rate for 197

Notive is hereby given that tile
City late Assessmnent List for 1957
lhas boi posted on the lout)r idor of
the Tr(,asury and at the Oflice of The
Central Board of Health, Market
Street.
The rate fixed on properties north
of i'le "1'i.. I which joins Bennett
and Brysmo Streets under an assessed
annual rental value of p 1-i il is 5Z
and of $48.00 and over 7i/. The
rate on all other property under an
assessed annual rental value of $48.00(
is 10 ;, and of i i.4 .11(I and over 15 .
Any Ipr'son who objects to ainy
assessment in tie said list nimst lodge
his objection in writing with -ihe
Secretary, Central Board of Ilealth
within fourteen days after the date
of this notice.
A. R. Meade,
Secretary,
Central BoaIrd qf Hea lth.

Central l Board of HIealth,
Antigua,
18th April, 1957.
Ref. No. 8.. 50/14-II


Tenders ;ro invited for the pur-
chase of th, undermnitined build-
ings situated on hlids lorming part of
Mau(,ihlay's B oth and the old Corn-
meal F:ctory in WIppillg Street, St.
Joh n:- -

1. Bniuldin' of brick. (loor ineasure-
naht 38' 10" x 39' W;". Wall of
hri(kw'ork 18" thick and 11' 4"
high. Timber doors and win-
dows, roof of timber covlSredl with
corruga!tedo galvanize. IHlcony
insiie of an urea of 500 sq. ft.
with iteel columns and )eams.
Joist 2" x 4" II.P.P.
2. Puildini of ialvanize wilh floor
area of 714 sq. ft. Gable rnd and
roti of con uuiated galvanize.
Height frm llor to to to of plate
9' 14''.
3. iuildihli ciof timber and concrete
witli foor area of 744 sq. ft.
Conelitte portion linailwg a foor
area of 9)N sNt. ft. andl leIa-tio roof
measuri ng 9l' x 8' 4".
4. (:alanize shed of area S ,(.8 ft.,
lean-to roof covered with corru-
OiWtetl g:da'.nize.
5. Larne wooden llildiing nielsur'ing
54' V x 126' 2" timber tlnor,
gabl, nd rii( l',(' covered witl colr-
rnatewi ualvanize. Sides in 2 x 4
aind 1 x ( R & S. I-lei'iit frolnn
sill t, plate I 1' )9".

. LIean-, suited nweasuring 12' 2"
x 13' 6" covered with corrugated
galvanize.

7. Boat house measuring 10' 3" x
23' 2' sides and roof of etrru-
gat ted e galvanize, timberland
windows/door.

Each of the above buildings will be
sold separately and the tender must
indicate the purchase e price that. is
being offered for each building.

On acceptance of tender tIhe pur-
chase price llust be paid before re-
removal Each building purchased
nmust he removed fro1m1 the site within
three months of completion of saloe.

Inspetioin of the premises Imay be
made by appointment with i l under-
signed on any week day between tihe
hours of 9 a.m. a,11 4 p.m.

enderss Imust be nbmitted in seal-
ed envelopes marked ''Tenders for
Buildilngs" addressed to the Minister,
Public VNorks and communications ,
Administrator's Ollice, Jt. .John's, and
should reach that office not ltl"r than
4 p.m. on A Iiday 31stL May, 1957.

Gov' rnment does not hindl itself to
accept te hgst or aniy tender.

HENR Y .. ELWIN,
A.st. Admin isflralive 'ecrltary/
to the Minisiter, Public W'orks
and Communications.
3rd May, 195/.
Adinilistrator's Olfice,
St. LJoh 's.


Statement of Currency Note
CIrenlation in the British
Caribbean Territories (East-
ern Group) on 1st April,
1957.
Average circulation during F1 !;rutary
ber. 1957:
Br. (iCaribba Cur- S
rency Notes )9.0' .737.00
Deoiiletized G(ov't.
Notes o( tstalding 1.1 ,24, .()

{;(),157, ",.i nt

Br. (Caribbean (lCurrewy Notes in
circulation on Ist April. 1957:

Trinidad & T' Harlboia ... 6.918,625.00
British Guitina ... 16,102,641.00
Grenada ... 2,670,100.00
St. Vincent ... 509,110 .E Ii
St. LIcia ... 1.034,000.00
)() li ica ... 1,4i; 5, ,11i 1 il
Anitigua ... 2.1 .... I 100
St. Kitts .I .., U. 0I
Montserrat ... tl

Total Br. C;rill;ean
Currency Notes ... i ';.i. J


Demonetized Trinidad
and To'bao G ovt.
Notes outstanding ---
Demonetized Br.
Guiana (Gov't.
Notes outstanding ...
Demonetized Harbados
Cov't. Notes
outstanding

Total demonetized
Government Notes
outstanding ...

Total circulation on
Ist Apr. 1957


76:;,540.00


72,438&.0



61,I I :3, l 00


61,649,092.00


L. SPENCE,
P.r- tiswo Comnissini rn
(rm.ey Bo,,rd.

Br'itish (liblin(n C ., .... I H rd,
7r,,a.'Wur! chamberss,
I'ori of ,'fait.
Tripidad I. WI.tI.
Ref. No. 2No1((87.


RAINFALL FIGURES.

Agricultural Department,

A ntigua.


Month


ia l.;154. 1955. 195(. i957.


January 1.93 3.04 2.1 i 5.15 3.l i


Feb.

Mar.

April


.02 2.45 .68 1.23 2.29

5.C;0 .os .83 1.40 .40

2.ii .49 1.75 3.S3 2.51


To 4th May .17


.14 .47


.16 .00


0.7S 7.20 5.89 11.77 8.39


^







THIE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT ANI) VIRGIN ISLAND)S GAZETTE


Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified candidalt-s preferably
bachelors, for alppintmeniet, to the
post of Snperiumiieirary Veterinary
Officer for (renada, St. Lucia, and
St. Vincent, particular of which are
fts follows:-

Appointment:
The post is at present ilon-pension-
able. '1Te ofiper wili 1- subject to
the Colonial Regulation;,, local (Gen-
eral Orders, Fina nial and Store
Rules and all such regulations, as
may from time to timnr be in force.

Salary:
Tho salary is in 'the cal; :-..'..;Li x
120--$4,800 (t'-.: x --1000) per
annum, plus a pay addition of '-'1,, of
salary.
Allowances:
Travlling and Sutiistence aolow-
ances will be payable in accordlincc
witi: local regnlalions in respect of
approved travel on duiy.

Quarters:
Qularters are not provided, but in
the event of Gov-eriin -nt quart~trs
being available the .*t;. .-r will he
required to pay rental not exceeding
10' of his salary.

Leave and Leave Passages:
Vacation leave will be granted at
the rat- of 45 days for t-aclh completed
period of 12 nontihis reidient servic-e,
accumuilable up to 180 days.
Leave patsaues will be granted ill
acco;rdani c with l'cal regulations.

Passages:
Free passages to the \\'ii,,i.',r 1 Is-
lands will l)e provided for the officer
and, if married. his wife and children
not exceedminu 5 pStrsons in all: child-
ren to be under 1S y'-ars of age,
ullllnarrit'd lnili dew-tndt.d t on tihe
officer.
Duties:
The officer will have his headqua-
ters in Grenada lint will be required
for duty in any of the three Islands.
He will be responsible to tile Chief
Secretary but will be under the con-
trol of the Superintendent of Agri-
cultiur of the Colony in which he is
for the time being serving.

Medical Attendance:
Free medical attendance and medi-
cines are not proividltd.
Taxation:
All Government officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legisla-
tioln.
Applications giving full details of
qualifications and experience of candi-
date, and accompanied by two testi-
monials. should be address-d to the
(hief Secretary. Windward Islands,
and should reach him not later than
the 30th Junie. 1957.

Admin istrato"r'.s ( i -.
St. ,Sohn'.: .
Antiiqii.
29/h April, 1957.

Ref. No. A.( 1:181) Its,


Applications are invited from suit-
ably II.'l r-.i candidates for appoint-
ments to the post of Agricultural
Officer (Research) Camden Park
Experimental Station. Department of
Agriculture, St. Vincent, particulars
of which are as follows:-

Appointment:
The post i. non-p;ensionable, and
the appointment will 1be on a con-
tractulli biiis, <,r on secondrment, for
a period of *2 yeers in the iirit
install The pension rights of any
pension, able seconded officer will be
priesei.VeLd.
Duties:
The duties of tir office will be.
those a:signed to hin Iy the Superin-
rtndent! of A. ricllture to whom hef
will bIt dirit-ley reiiponsible. Thl"
duti"-, will ilchiid,-the general admin-
istrati-ni of ilie 100 acre Camden Park
lExpr)iem "in ttitonlic with the direction
and supi'rvisiomn f suliordinate staff.
iivw tiati in;li work with all aspects
of c(l:ivutii and testing of a wide
r;lng tif casii crlops- alnd food crops
and thlI compiling of the necessary
statistics. Su i r\vision of the manage-
nment ,f Livi-,tckl coinprising breed-
ing stock of cattl-, pigs. goats, sheep
in(d p)uiltry on the Station.

Qualifications:
The minimum qualification re-
quired is the Diplomn otf the Inpirial
College of Tropical Agriculture or an
equivalent degree, with experience in
Tropical Agriculture. General admin-
istration experience and knowledge
of applied research and extension
work would be advantageous.


Salary:
The salary is in the scale $3.360x
120--$4.320, plus a pay addition of
20% of salary.

Allowances:

Travelling and Subsistence Allow-
ance are payable in accordance with
local regulations, in respect of
approved travel on duty,

Quarters:
Quarters are pro ided at the Station
for which rental will be charged at
the rate of 10% of salary or 5% of the
assessed value of the quarters, which
ever is less.

Passages:

Free passages to St. Vincent will
provided on first appointment for the
officer, his wife and children, not
exceeding five persons in all; children
to be under 18 years of age, unmarried
and dependent on th-: officer. In the
case of a contract appointment, free
passages will be provided on the
satisfactory termination of the con-
tract.


Leave and Leave Passages:
Vacation leave on full salary will
lbe granted in accordance with local
leave regulations. In the case of a
contract alpointment. vacation leave
will b- granted at the rate of one
week for each completed period of
three months resident st-rvice. Such
le;v- ri, bei taken on tih- satisfactory
termination of the contrai-t.

Leave passages :'re provided in
accit()r(hilic witi ite ', '.i I ward Is-
lands Leave Passea,-e lRe,,l' itions.

Medical Attention:
Free inedical attniomi antd nmedi-
cine. are not Ipovixidd.

Taxation:
All (Covernilent oill:ials are liable
toi tixati o imposed biy itcal enact-
InentS.

General:
The officer will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations, local General
Ordeis. and Financial and Store
Rules and Suiibsidiary I i'-! ,ii.lo in
force for the time being.

Applications giving full particulars
of applicant, and accompaniedd by two
testimoniials, should be addr ssed to
the Chief Secretary, Windi ward Is-
lands, Grenada, and should reach him
not lat- r tlhin the 3:1st May, 1957.

Admini, trat.i, O.'', ,
St. John's,
Antig/ua.
17// April, 1957.
Itef. No. A.C. 13 -S9 -II.



Statement showing British Caribbean Coin
Circulation in the British Caribbean
Territories (Eastern Group) on lsl
April, 1957.

Average circulation during
February, 1957 $:'.'s,i- 7 4.0.00
Trinidad & Tobago $1,321,750.00
Barbados 479,025.00
British Guiana 594,225.00
Gronada 134.800.00
St. Vin. int 9015(00.00
St. Lucia 115,150.00
Dominica 94,050.00
Antiguia 114,000.00
St. Kitts 104,000.00
Montserriat 21,650.00
Proof Sets 1,870.00

4*1.' '71,020.00

L. SPENCE,
Executive (omminsioner,
Br. (ari iean currencyy Board.

Headquarters,
British C(ribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Challmbers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad.
Ref. No. 24/00079.


Ly 91, 1957]







102 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


Colony of the Virgin Islands.

GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAiR ENDED 31sr DECEMBER,
1956.
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE RE ACCOUNT.


EXPENI)ITURE.
To Interest on closed
Accounts I
Interest capitalized at
31/12/56 1,71


8.66

1.32


Payment to the
Treasury for ser-
vices rendered


Reserve Fund


U.S.





1,729.98




70.00

4,51. (i |

2,251.,-1


U.S.


IN COME.
Interest on Invest-
ments with the Crown
A entls 2,227.57
Interest on Deposit with
the Virgin Islands
National Bank of St.
St. Thomas 23,60
Interest over-credited in
19)5 1 & 1955 .35
Dili'eence due to daily
con ve rsion .32 2.251 .

2.25 l.S84


STATEMENT OF DEPOSITS AND WITHDIAWALAS.


DEPOSITS.

To Balance to the credit of
l)epositsrs at 1/1/5(0 8,129.62


Deposits received in
195.)

Interest credited to
Depositors Account


99,546.10


1,729.98


169,40$.70


WirTlnDRAWAIS.


By Withdrawals
Interest over-credited
in 19,VI. & 1955
Dil,'terence due to daily
con version between
I[.S & I.W.I. dollars

Balance at 31/12/56


73.315.54


.35


.32 73,316.21

!9;,4,89.49

169.405.70


INVESTMENT ADJUSTMENT ,\ACCOUNT.


Nett Depreciation on
!nves!tmonts


l~y

2,2t .~


Balance carried
to Reserve Fund


RESERVE FUND AccOUNT.


To Balance at 1/1/56
Investment Adjnstmei
Account


2,290.14 I
it
2,735.52 5,0-5.i;

5,(25.66


By Revei ne & Expendi-
tre Accotunt
1Balance at 31/12/56


BALANCE SHEKT AS s AT 31ST IECiEMBEi, 1956.


LIABILITY S.




I)epositors' Account


96,089.49

96,089.49


ASSETS.
By Virgin Islands
Treasury 17,169.29
Virgin Islands National
Bank of St. Thomas 1,197.75
Investment Account 73,148.65
Deficit 4,573.80


NOTE: There is a contingent liability amounting to $10,390.82 in respect of aggregate amounts
paid from Colonial Revenue to meet deficit on Revenue and Expenditure Account in past years.


T. E. A. PERKINS,
A .s; a(n Trh-asu7rer.
20th larch. 1957.


G. P. ALLSEBROOK,
Manager,
G;rci'nme'til Savin(is Bank.
20t(h Marich, 1957.


-1,51.86
4,573.80

5,025.66


96,089.4%


2, :,,.52


[May 9, 1







9, 1957.] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE 1i:;

COLONY OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS.

STATEMENT OF (GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK INVESTMENTS AS AT 31ST'' DECEMBER, 1956.


Oriina 1- Value.
Val ue. .


'.. .:, Market %1. i, Market


V;lue as at
31/12/55


Va.lu, a:s at ; Rate.


Loss.


Gain.


.d. . s. : d s d. ; d. ; s. d.


Australia 3^ 1963/65 ...
British Elf-etric 3; 19 6968173
Ceylon '..' ,, 4
l. -\.II C. 34% 19(;66/68
Huddersfield 3O% 1:i'. ...
Nigeria 3.% l :li' ...
Northern Rhodesia
3% 1963/65
3% Saving 13ond 1 ...* ./t
fl,-t I -11 3 /% 1 .i /.' .
Trinidad 4% 1973/76 ...
Uganda 3% 19i6/69 ..
3% War Loans 1 955)5 ...
British Guiana 5 .12"*'
40, Conversion Stock
1957/58
4 Convy.rsoion stockk
1962


1,048 1t;
;20 19
1,000 0
3,000 0
423 17
:,, 1" 0


680 13 40
2,000 0 0
590 3 11
1,830 17 9;
3.400 18 3
1)000 0 0
3.000 0 0
5,000 0 0:

3,o00 0 0


1.000 0
726 16
1,107 15
3,096 15
428 3
2,022 15


705 6 9
2,087 8 2,
600 0 0,
1,835 3 5:
3,821 5 0
1,015 11 11
3.110 6 5
5,024 18 2|

3.044 11 5


"'';-: 6 2 29,626 19 9i 16


845 0
5.5 1
.. .I: 1
2,678 14
402 9
1,769 18

5:~6 0
1,847 7
570 0
1,605 15
3,305 7
959 14


) 7:5 )0 (
7 546 14 9
838 I85 l
S2,461 18 8
2 408 17 8
? 1,689 0 0t

567 15 11
S1,826 9 8
) ..'. 0 0
S1.514 0 4
S3,037 17 10
S977 10 3;
2.877 0 11!
4,974 13 2


2,999 0 6


.101 9 9 26,124 10 4;


50 0 0
3f6 6 10
77 10 11
216 15 (

80 18 2


f 8 6


28 4 3
20 17 6
-- 18 0 0
91 15 2
267 9 8
17 15 6
122 19 1
25 6 10

19 6


1,019 3 5 42 4 0


In accordance with section 11 of Ordinance No. 2 of 1937. the accounts of the Savings
Bank for the year ended 31st )ecember. 1956 have been examined under my direction. I have,
obtained all the information and explanations I have required and I certify, as a result of this audit,
that in my opinion tlie Balance Sheet and other statements attached hereto are correct, subject to
the observations contained in the report dated 4th April, 1957 made below.

M. F. OLLERENSHAW,
Priwt ipal Auditor.
I th April, 1957. Leeward Islands..

Auditor's Report

Mentioned in the certificate dated 4th April, 1957.

(ENEl11 AL.

1. Entries in the Annual Accounts for the year ended 31st December, 1956 are made in
terms of United States Currency and not in terms of British \West Indian Currency.

BALANCE SH1 EE T.

2. The total of the list of individual depositors' Accounts at 31st December, 1956 was in.
agreement with the balance of the Depositors Account.

M. F. OLLEKRENSHAW,
'r, .. /p., Auditor,
4ith April, 1957. L






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No. of 1957. Matrimonial Causes Act
(Amendment).




















ANTIGUA.


No.


of 1957.


BILL FOR


An Ordinance to
Causes Act,


amend further the
1948.


Matrimonial


ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Antigua.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Matrimonial Causes Act (Amendment) Ordinance,
1957, and shall be read as one with the Matrimonial
Causes Act, 1948, as amended, hereinafter called
the Principal Ordinance.

2. Section 29 of the Principal Ordinance is
hereby amended as follows:-

(a) by renumbering subsections (1) and
(2) of the section as subsections (3) and (4);
and


ANTIGUA.


Commence-
ment.


Short title.


1/1948.
S. R. & 0.
1956 No. 22,

Amendment
of section 29
of the Princi-
pal Ordinance.







ANTIGUA. 2 Matrimonial Causes Act No. of 1957.
(Amendment).
(b) by inserting the following as subsec-
tions (1) and (2) of the section-
"(1) Notwithstanding any rule of
of law, the evidence of a husband or wife
shall be admissible in any proceedings to
prove that marital intercourse did or did
not take place between them during any
period.
(2) Notwithstanding anything in
this section or any rule of law, a husband
or wife shall not be compellable in any
proceedings to give evidence of the
matters aforesaid."


President.
Passed the Legislative Council this day
of 1957.


Clerk of the Council.
OBJECTS AND REASONS.

Under the rule in the case of Russell v.
Russell, (1921) Appeal Caseb at page 6S7, neither
husband nor wife may, in a matrimonial cause or
proceeding, give evidence that during a certain
period of time there was no marital intercourse if
such evidence would tend to bastardise a child born
in wedlock.
2. This Bill seeks to make provisions where-
by the rule in the above case will be completely
abolished and thereby to bring the Matrimonial
Causes Act of this Colony into line with section 32
of the United Kingdom Matrimonial Causes Act,
1950 (c. 25).
W. E. JACOBS,
Attorney General.
Attorney General's Chambers,

9th March, 1,:.
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No. 2 of 1957. Public Health (Amendment).


[L.S.]


I ASSENT,
P. D. MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.
12th Iruar, 1957.


MON TSE R Ar 'r "

No. 2 of 195 i

An Ordinance to amend the Public ilth Ordi-
nance, 1875.
[12th February, 1957.J .*
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Montserrat.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Public
Health (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957, and shall
be read as one with the Public Health Ordinance,
1875, hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance.
2. The following new section 12C shall be
added immediately after section 12B of the Prin-
cipal Ordinance:-
12C. For the purpose of destroying or
preventing the breeding of, mosquitoes the
Board may make regulations relating to any
or all of the following matters:-
(a) the protection from mosquitoes
of receptacles for storing water by wire
gauze or other efficient means;
(b) the keeping of premises free
from stagnant water liable to breed
mosquitoes, and from articles, appliances,
trees or plants which may retain stagnant
water liable to breed mosquitoes;
(c) the spraying of premises with
any insecticide approved by the Medical
Officer of Health;
(d) the disinfecting and oiling of
esspits and the cleaning out of catchpitsb


Short title.


31i875.


Insertion of
new section
in the Princi-
pal Ordinance.
Regulations
for prevention
of mosquitoes.


MoNTSERRAT'






PuRbhoT 2[leqitlh (Anwndment). No. 2 of 10'7


(e) the keeping in repair and free
of obstruction of caves, gutters and
down pipes;

(f) the cutting down of bush or
undergrowth liable to harbour mosque.
toes;

(g) the entry upon any premises by
force, if necessary, of persons authorized
by the Board in order to spray such
Premises, or to inspect such premises for
a~?y purpose connected with the destruc-
tion, or prevention of breeding of, mos-
quitoes, or to enforce any of the rules
made under this section.
(2) The Board may declare by resolution
published in the Gazette that an adequate supply
of potable water exists in any area or district and
thereafter make regulations to prohibit the storing
of water in barrels, tubs, tins or similar vessels in
such area or district.

(3) It shall be lawful for the Board to impose
for any offence against any regulation made here-
under a penalty of imprisonment for a term not
exceeding 3 months and a fine not exceeding
ninety--ix dollars and in the case of a continuing
offence to a further fine not exceeding ten dollars
for each day during with the offence continues.

(4) Regulations made by the Board under
this section shill not take effect until they have
been confirmed by the Governor in Council and
published in the Gazette."
A. F. DAWKINS,
President.
Passed the Legislatie C'onncil this 11th dl v
of January, 1957.
Js. H. CARIIOTT,
Clerk of the Council.

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No. 3 of 1957. Distribution of German MONT-
Enemy Property. SERRAT.





[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
P. 1). MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.
12th February, 1957,






MONTSERRAT.

No. 3 of 1957.
An Ordinance to provide for the vesting of German
Enemy Property in the Colony in an Adminis-
trator and for the distribution thereof.
[By Proclamation] Commence-
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Montserrat as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Distribution of German Enemy Property Ordinance,
1957.
2. (1) In this Ordinance the following Definitions.
expressions have the meanings hereby respectively
assigned to them that is to say:-
"the appointed day" means the date of the
commencement of this Ordinance;
"British person means in relation to any
date
(a) any British subject, citizen of the
Republic of Ireland or British protected
person resident or carrying on business on that
date in the Colony;






MONT- 2 Distributiu, (if Gerrman No. 3 of 1957
SERRAT. ia, 'l P' r/.

(b) any body of persons (whether corpo-
rate or unincorporated) which on that date was
a body incorporated or constituted under the
laws in force in the Colony;
"claimant in relation to any German enemy
debt means the person who under section
6 of this Ordinance makes a claim in
respect of that debt;
the Custodian means the Custodian of
Enemyv Property appointed under regula-
tion 8 of the Defence (Trading with the
Enemy) Regulations, 1939;
German person means, in relation to any
date,
(a) the German State;
(b) any individual who on that date
was a German national resident in Germany;
(c) any body of persons (whether corpo-
rate or unincorporated) who on that date was a
body incorporated constituted in or under the
laws of Germany;
German enemy debt" means any such sum
due at the passing of this Ordinance in
respect of an obligation incurred before
the third day of September, nineteen
hundred and thirty-nine, which on that
day was an obligation of any German
person to any British person except that
where any British person (not being the
Government of the Colony) carried on
business on the said d>ay both in and
outside the Colony, any sum attributable
to business carried on outside the Colony
shall be excluded;
German enemy property" means property
which, on the appointed day is under
the control of the Custodian, being pro-
perty which on or at any time after the
third day of September, nineteen hundred
and thirty-nine, belonged to, or was held
or managed on behalf of-
(a) the German State;






No. 3 of 1957. Distribution ,/' German 3 MONT-
E/I, nit,,I Property. SERRAT.

(h) any individual who, on the said third
day of Sep!temher, nineteen hundred and
thirty-nine, or at any time thereafter, was a
German national resident in Germany or in
any territory under the sovereignty of a State
which on or at any time after the said day was
at war with Her Majesty.

(c) any individual who was a German
national on or at any time after the said day
and-

(i) was included among the persons
specified in any order made
under sub-regulation 3 of regu-
lation 3 of the Defence (Trading
with the Enemy) Regulations,
1939 ; or

(ii) was a person whose property
became subject to control under
regulation 8 of the said Regula-
tions at a time when he was not
an enemy within the meaning
of the said Regulations;

(d) any body of persons (whether corpo-
rate or unincorporated) which on or at any time
after the said day was a body incorporated or
constituted in, or under the laws of Germany;
and

(c) any body of persons (whether corpo-
rate or unincorporated) which on or at any
time after the said day was controlled by any
such individual or body as is meu!ioi mn- in
paragraph (b), paragraph (c) or paragraph (d)
hereof;

"German national" does not include any
person who acquired German nationality
by reason of the inclusion in the German
State after the first day of March,
nineteen hundred and thirty-eight, of any
territory not comprised therein on that
day;





MONT- 4 Distribution of German No. 3 of 1957
SERRAT. Enemy Property.

"Germany means territory comprised in the
German State on the first day of March,
nineteen hundred and thirty-eight;

"property means real or personal property,
tnd includes any estate or interest in real
or personal property, any money, any
negotiable instrument, debt, or other
chose in action, and any other right or
interest whether in possession or not;

relevant time" means the appointed day;
trade debt means any sum due in respect
of-

(i) goods supplied in the course of
trade;
(ii) services incidental to the goods
so supplied; or

(iii) shipping freight, rebates or fares.

(2) For the purposes of this Ordinance, a
person who at any time was resident in Germany
shall be deemed to have been a German national at
that time unless it is proved to the satisfaction of
the Administrator of Enemy Property, within six
months of the appointed day, in such manner as he
may prescribe, that he was not a German national
at that time.

(3) For the purposes of this Ordinance, pro-
perty which, or the right to transfer which, is
vested in the Custodian under regulation 8 of the
Defence (Trading with the Enemy) Regulations,
1939, and property which, by virtue of any order
made under the said regulation 8, cannot be dealt
with without the consent of the Governor, shall be
deemed to be subject to control under the said
regulation 8.

(4) Any reference in this Ordinance to the
Defence (Trading with the Enemy) Regulations,
1939, shall be construed as a reference to these
Regulations as amended from time to time.






No. 3 of 1957. Distribution of German 5 M,,NT-
Enemy Property. SERRAT.

3. The Governor shall appoint, for the pur- Appointment
of Admis-
poses of the distribution of German Enemy property trator.
in pursuance of this Ordinance on such terms as he
may specify to persons who establish claims in
respect of German enemy debts, on Administrator
of German Enemy Property (hereinafter in this
Ordinance referred to as "the Administrator ").

4. (1) All German enemy property on the Property to
appointed day in the hands of the Custodian shall Adinitrator,
vest in the Administrator.

(2) The Governor may by order vest in the
Administrator any other German enemy property
situate in the Colony or the right to transfer the
same. Any order so made shall be sufficient as
regards property of any description to vest in the
Administrator any property or the right to transfer
any property as provided by the vesting order
without the necessity of any further conveyance
assurance or document.

(3) A vesting order made in accordance with
the preceding subsection may be varied or revoked
by the Governor.

5. This Ordinance shall not apply- Excluded
Claims.
(a) to any claim in respect of a German
enemy debt unless (in addition to the conditions
prescribed in subsection (1) of section 2 of this
Ordinance) at the relevant time that debt was
due to a British person;

(b) to any claim in respect of a German
enemy debt due at the relevant time to a
company incorporated in the Colony whose
activities in the Colony on the third day of
September, nineteen hundred and thirty-nine
were confined to complying with the require-
ments of the Companies Act and to distributing
profits earned abroad;
(c) to any claim in respect of a balance at cap. 140
a bank expressed in a unit of German currency;






MONT- 6 Ditribation of German No. 3 of 1957.
SERRAT. Enemy Properly.

(d) to any claim in respect 6f a bank
note expressed in a unit of German currency
or any other note so expressed which has at
any time been legal tender in Germany;
(e) to any other claim in respect of a
German enemy debt expressed in a unit of
German currency except-
(i) claims in respect of trade debts;
(ii) claims in respect of loans made
to German persons by persons
who at the date of the loan were
British persons;
(iii) claims in respect of rent due on
the third day of September,
nineteen hundred and thirty-
nine;
(iv) claims in respect or dividends
on shares or stock declared
before the third day of Septem-
ber, nineteen hundred and
thirty-nine; and
(f) to any claim by an insurer or on
insurance broker in respect of a contract of
insurance or re-insurance with a German
person.

Making of 6. (1) Claims for payment under this
claims. Ordinance may be made only by the person to
whom the sum claimed was due at the relevant time
or by an insurer who at the relevant time was
entitled by subrogation to enforce payment of the
sum claimed:
Provided that in the event of the death,
bankruptcy, winding up, mental incapacity, or
absence from the Colony of any such person or
insurer as aforesaid the claim may be made by any
person authorised by him in that. behalf or by any
person entitled to deal with his property.
(2) CLin- for any payment under this
Ordinance shall be made to the Administrator
within three months from the appointed day or






No, 3 of 1957. Distribution of Germa 7 MONT-
Enemy Pr/ '''.'. SERRAT.

such further time as the Governor may by Order,
made either generally or in relation to any specified
class of claim, direct.
(3) Claims ,hall be made in the appropriate
form prescribed by the Administrator and shall
contain the information required on the form and
shall be accompanied by such documents as may be
so required.
(4) The Administrator may by notice in
writing require the claimant to furnish with, in
such time as may be specified in the notice, such
further information and documents in the claimant's
possession or control as the Administrator may
require for the verification of the claim.
7. (1) The Administrator shall determine Determina-
whether any claim is established for the purposes yment of
of this Ordinance and the amount for which it may claims.
be admitted for payment, and shall serve written
notice of the determination on the claimant.
(2) The determination of the Administrator
in relation to any claim shall be final:
Provided that the claimant, if dissatisfied
with the determination as being erroneous in
point of law, may by notice in writing given
within six weeks after being served with notice
of determination as aforesaid and setting out
the question or questions of law in respect of
which it is alleged that the determination of
the Administrator was erroneous require the
Administrator to state and sign a case for the
opinion thereon of the Supreme Court and
the decision of the Supreme Court shall be
final.
(3) The Administrator shall be entitled to
appear at the hearing of any case stated by him
under this section.
8. (1) Where any money, being German Disposal of
enemy property is received by the Custodian and is intest and
placed by him in his name on deposit or current
account att a bank, the interest accruing therefrom
shall belong to the Clown and be paid into the
general revenue of the Colony.






8 Distribution of German
Enemy Pr,'ju, /I,.


No. 3 of 1957.


(2) The proceeds of German enemy property
collected by the Administrator shall, in so far as
they are not distributed in accordance with the
provisions of this Ordinance, be paid into a special
account at the Treasury of the Colony and be used
for such purposes as the Governor may direct.
Commence- 9. This Ordinance shall come into force
ment. on a date to be appointed by the Governor by
Proclamation published in the Gazette.
A. F. DAWKINS,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this 11th day
of January, 1957.
JAS. H. CARROTT,
Clerk of the Council,

























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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 12.


Proclamation dated April 20, 1957, made under section
12 of the Maintenance Orders (Facilities for Enforce-
ment) Act (Cap. 12), as amended, extending the pro-
visions of the said Act to the Colonies of Saint
Christopher Nevis and Anguilla. Montserrat and the
Virgin Islands.


BY THE GOVERNOR.

A PROCLAMATION.

ALEc LOVELACE,
Administrator.

WHEREAS by the Maintenance Orders (Facilities for
Enforcement) Act (Cap. 12), as amended, provision has
been made for the enforcement in the Colony of Main-
tenance Orders made by a Court in England or Ireland:

AND WHIEREAS by section 12 of the said Act it is
provided that where the Governor is satisfied that reciprocal
provisions have been made by the Legislature of any British
possession or any territory under Her Maji.'-Ly's protection
for the enforcement within such possession or territory, of
Mainil mnice Orders made by Courts in the Colony, the
Governor may by proclamation extend the said Act to such
possession or territory, and the said Act shall thereupon
apply in respect of such possession or territory as though
the references to England or Ireland were references to
such possession or territory and the references to the Secre-
tary of State were references to the Governor of such posses-
sion or territory:
AND WHEREAS the Governor is satisfied that the
Legislatures of the Colonies of Saint Christopher Nevis
and Anguilla, '.lit',.rrat atnd the Virgin Islands have made
reciprocal provision for the enforcement within the said









Colonies of Maintenance Orders made by Courts within the
Colony of Antigua.

NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor by virtue and in
exercise of the powers in him vested by the above recited
Act, is pleased to proclaim and doth hereby proclaim that
the Maintenance Orders (Facilities for Enforcement) Act,
as amended, is hereby extended to the Colonies of Saint
Christopher Nevis and Anguilla, Montserrat and the Virgin
Islands.

GIVEN under my hand at the Administrator's
Ofr.,, Antigua, this 20th day of April, 1957,
and in the sixth year of Her \t;ajl.ty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!


























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VIRGIN ISLAND DS.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1967, No. 10.


Pioneer Industries (Processing and Curing of Fish and
Manufacture of Fish Products) Order, 1967, dated
26th March, 1957, made by the Governor in Council
under Section 3 (1) of the Encouragement of Indus-
tries Ordinance, 1953 (No. 10 of 1953).


ORDER IN COUNCIL


1. Citation. This Order may be cited as the Pioneer
Indnitries (Processing andt Curing of Fish and the Manufac-
ture of Fish Products) Order, 1957.

2. Processing and Curing of Fish and the
Manufacture of Fish Products declared a Pio-
neer Industry. The processing and curing of fish is
hereby declared to be a Pioneer Industry for the purposes of
the Encouragement of Industries Ordinance, 1953, and pro-
cessed or cured fish and fish products are hereby declared to be
Pioneer Products for the said purposes.

Made by the Governor in Council this 26th day of March,
1957.

E. ABBOTT,
Acting Clerk of the Council.






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