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Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
Physical Description: 12 v. : ; 25-35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
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Subject: Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
General Note: Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.
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Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

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    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 17 of 1957: Leeward Islands and Windward Islands (Courts) (Circuits and Sittings) (Amendment) Rules, 1957
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ANTIGIUTA,


ANiii I

AND\;B


VIRGIN ISLANDS


Oullisshed cJ by c .frority.

THBUSDAY. 22m1) AUI;{ITS-, 1957.


Notices.


The following is a press release
received from the Secretary of State
for the C( l'nie. on 15th August,
1957:

Inauguration Legislature of the
West Indies.
The inaugr;iatii.n FE'"dral Lkgisla-
tnre of thli West Idii will take
place on I'i-sdiy 22nd April, 1958.
The Governri' GCni-ral Designe o- of
the West I:ndis thie light Honour-
able Lori HAILES. will, on the
recommendations of the .,'' i 'i. .
Federation C(dnmitt-e inl the West
Indies, make the necessary Proclama-
tion after he takes office in January
next.

As filrealdy atnnoniced, the Federal
Election.: are' 1 t akr pIace oil M:rehl
25th.

The c,.reionial inauguration of
new legislature will 1i followed by
its formal opening by the Governor
General, who will read thi speech
from the throne. A sel;prate arn-
nol'ncein'i,!t concerning Inniguratioln
of Leei.ilatnre is today being issued
from Clarence House.

Chief S'crearysl's Office,
Leewoard Islands,
Antigu 4.
16th Auyus/. 1957.
Ref, No . 1S/:0o() 7 i.;

Tenders Committes for Construction
of Government Euilding'

The Adni iiisi"trator 1,., been pleased
to appoint the fodlowiLng1 to be mem-l
bears ol a T 'ndcrs ('oiimmitt(,- for the
construction of d, irmiunt Buildings
in excess of $i..I.i1 -

The H.1o'u rable Attorney Ge'-neral
-C chairman

The Colonial Engin' cr

The Ad nrt istrati a e crttary, Pub-
lie Wk'i
Adiin ixtriwr s '" ,.

1211 A./,,4 ltt. 1957.
tRf. No. A. 41/42.


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No. 93.

'TIhe lovenror hs this day benti
plewped to kssnt to Wo um4l''iinen-
li olei Ordinalwe-s:..--


'\T. 12. of 19,57 T'-T F1'auc (ies

ft.cf. No. 47/i11i8(5
'i4Y/iilr In:q,'qn-/.x

I leatls" O 1957 ii n'', I 97 ". Aug. 13


No. 10 of 1957, Registration of
Unit d Kingidol Patents Act
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1957."
Aug. 20
Ref, No. .7;ll0018

('hiMi i Secreis y!' O(fire.
AntigUm.


No. 94.

The following Statutory Rule and
Order is circulated with this Gazette
and forms part thereof:-

Montserrat.

No. 17 of 1957. The Leewari
Islands a n d Wi ward Islands
(Conrti) (Circuits :; n d1 SittingK)
(AmenIm i-lt) Riles. 1957."
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Quarter:

Quarters arenlolt provided.


VOL. II.


No. 3(;.


Ref. No. 47,O(:Uf2








18( THE ANTIGUA, MONTISE lAT AND VIRGIN i-,LANDS GAZETTE [Augist 2'2, 1957


Free first class passiaes to (.Grnada
will be provided for the (I.'.. r, iris
wife and children not exceeding ive
persons in all: children should be
under 18 years of age, iinarried and
dependent on the officer.

Leave and Leave Passages:

Vacation leave on full salary will be
granted at th ae rate of 45. days per
annnui, and may be accumulated up
to a maixiumnn period of 180 days.
Lea-. p!:lsages will be provided in
accordancee with local regulations.


Medical Attention: RA.INFALL F1GU :j.i;.
Free medical attention and mcdi-ultural Deprtme
cines are not provided. Agricultural Department,
Antigua.
Taxation:
All Government i!, i.i are liable
to taxation im posed by local legislation Month 1953. :54. 1955. 195. 15957.


Applications giving full particulars
of Iname, age, qualilicatinus and
experience accompanied by at least
two testimonials and a Certificate of
Medical witness should be submitted to
the Secretary, Public Service Commis-
sion, Government Office, St. George's,
Grenada. B.W.I. not later than 31st
August, 1957.


January 1.93 3:.01 2.16 5.15 3.11
Feb. 1.,2 2.45 .fi6 1.23 2.2.
Bitr. 5.'-o0 LOS .S1; 1 40 .40
April 12.1I .4 1.75 3.FS3 2.54
May i..(' 3.83 2. 21 .58 1.19
June I.3 ;.32 1.7 i.72 2 a6
July :.2; 3.47 2.13 4q.29 1 4
To 7th A7 r 2.14 2.06 5.(i2 2., 3.98
.7, l.74 17.45 2;7(i 17.70


Printed at th G(overnment Prinlting Oflice. Antigna. Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BLACKMAN, Govcrnmnent Printer.--y Authority.
)957.


iPrice 11 cents








MONTSER TA. \
STATUTORY RULES DfDJi *S WE-

1967, No. 1

LEEWARD ISLANDS AND WIND
.COURTS) (CIRCUITS AND SITTINGS).


Rules made by the Chief Justice under the Authority of
Arti le 16 of the Leeward Islands and Windward
Islands (Courts) Ovi-er in Council, 1939,


(Gamettrd 22nd August, 1957).
1. Short title. These Rules may be cited us the
Leeward Islands and \VWitdward Islands (Courts) (Circuits
and Sittings) (Amendment) Rules, 1957, and shall be read as
one with the Rules relating to the Circuits and Sittings of the
Court made by the Chief Justice on the 24th day of Septem-
ber, 1941, (L.. General Government S. R. & 0. 1911, No. 15)
hereinafter referred to as the principal Rules.
2. Rule 1 of Principal Rules replaced. For
Rule 1 of the principal Rules the following shall be substi-
tuted:-
"1. CIncurIs. For the purpose of distributing the
business of the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands
and Leeward Is lmus (hereinafter calledd "the Court")
the Colonie, of Grenada, St. Vincent, St. Lucia and
Dominica comprisinig the Windward Islmands and the
Colonies of Montserrat, Antigun, St. Christopher-Nevis
and Anguilla, and the Virgin Islands comprising the
Leeward Islands shall be divided into the following
Circuits namely:-
(a) The Grenada Circuit which shall comprise the
Colony of Grenada.
(b) The Saint Vincent Circuit which shall comprise
the Colony of St. Vincent.

(,) The Saint Lucia Circuit which shall comprise
Ste fulony of St. Lucia.


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(d) The Dominica Circuit which shall comprise the
Colony of Dominica.
(e) The Montserrat Circuit which shall comprise the
Colony of Montserrat.
(f) The Antigua Circuit which shall comprise the
Colony of Antigua.
(g) The Saint Christopher Circuit which shall
comprise the Island of St. Christopher and the Islands
and rocks adjacent thereto (except the Island of Nevis).
(h) The Nevis Circuit which shall comprise the
Island of Nevis.
(i) The Anguilla Circuit which shall comprise the
Island of Anguilla and the Islands and rocks :ilj.' ant
thereto.
(j) The Virgin Islands Circuit which shall com-
prise the Colony of the Virgin Islands ".
3. Rule 3 of the Principal Rules replaced.
For Rule 3 of the principal Rules the following shall be sub-
stituted:-
3. In each of the said Circuits an ordinary sitting
of the Court presided over by a single Judge, for the trial
of civil, criminal and other proceedings and for the dis-
posal of such other business as may then be legally dis-
posed of by him, shall be held at the following times and
places:-
(a) In the Grenada Circuit-
(i) In every month except August and
September for the trial of ci il causes
in the summary and higher jurisdic-
tion of the Court, and the hearing of
appeals from Magistrates.
(ii) In the months of February, June and
October for the trial of criminal causes.

(1) In the Saint Vincent Circuit-
(i) In every month except August and
September for the trial of civil causes
in the summary and higher jurisdic.







tion of the Court, and the hearing of
appeals from Magistrates.

(ii) In the months of February, June arid
October for the trial of criminal causes.

(c) In the Saint Lucia Circuit-

(i) In every month except August and
September for the trial of civil causes
andl the hearing of appeals from
Magistrates.

(ii) In the months of February, June and
Octoberr for the trial of criminal causes.
(d) In the Dominica Circuit in the months of
January, April, Jiul and November for the trial of civil
causes in the summary and higher jurisdiction of the
Court, and the hearing of appeals from Magistrates and
the trial of criminal causes.
(e) In the Montserrat Circuit in the months of ?al:rch
and November for the trial of criminal and civil causes in
the sminmary and higher jurisdiction of the Court and the
hearing of appeals from Magistrates.

(f) In the Antigua Circuit.-
(i) In every month except August and Sep-
tember for the trial of civil causes in the
summary and higher jurisdiction of the
Court, and the hearing of appeals from
Magistrates.
(ii) In the months of January, M'Ly and October
for the trial of criminal causes.

(9) In the Saint Christopher Circuit-
(i) In every month except August and September
for the trial of civil causes in the summary
and' higher jurisdiction of the Court, and the
hearing of appeals from Magistrates.

(ii) In the months of January, July and October
for the trial of criminal causes.







(h) In the Nevis Circuit in the months of April and
November for the trial of criminal and civil causes in the
summary and higher jurisdiction of the Court and the hear.
ing of appeals from Magistrates,

(i) In the Anguilla Circuit in the months of
February and June for the trial of criminal and civil causes
in the sunmnary and higher Jurisdiction of the Court and
the hearing of appeals from Magistrates,

(i) In the Virgin Islands Circuit in the month of
April for the trial of criminal and civil causes in the sum.
mary and higher jurisdiction of the Court nan the hearing
of appeals from Magistrates "

4. Rule 6 of Principal Rules Replaced. For
Rule 6 of the principal Rules the following shall be substi-
tuted:-

6. ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES TO CIRCUIT, The
following are the selections of the Circuit Judges for the said
sittings:-

(a) For the sittings of the Grenada Circuit -
The Chief Justice or the Puisne Judge resident in St.
Lucia.
(b) For the sittings of the Saint Vincent and Domi-
nica Circuits -
The Puisne Judge resident in St. Vincent or Dominica.
(c) For the sittings of the Saint Lucia Circuit-
The Puisne Judge resident in St. Lucia.
(d) For the sittings of the Antigua, M.IlIt 'rrat and
Virgin Islands Circuits-
The Puisne Judge resident in Antiguan.
(e) For the sittings of the Saint Christopher Nevis
and Anguilla Circuits-
The Puismne Judge re-,ident in St. Christopher:
provided thit the Chief Justice may from time to time alter or
vary the selections of Jud, ges for sittings of the Court,









5. Rule 7 of Principal Rules replaced. For
Rule 7 of the Principal Rules the following shall be substituted-
"7. There shall be in every year the following
vacations of the Court:-

The months of August and September and the period
from the 23rd day of December to the 6th day of January
next following:
Provided that nothing in this Rule shall be construed
as affecting the hearing of criminal causes during vacations."
6. Commencement. These Rules shall come into
force upon the date to be fixed by the Chief Justice and notified
in the Gazette.

Made by the Chief Justice this 28th day of May, 1957.
DONALD JACKSON.
Cheif Justice.
Approved by the Acting Governor of the Windward
Islands this 3rd day of June, 1957.
H. LINDO,
Acting Governor.

Approved by the Governor of the Leeward Islands this 19th
day of June, 1957.

A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.











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


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