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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
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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 )
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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, Bill: Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Ordinance, 1957
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    Montserrat, Bill: Animals (Control of Experiments) Ordinance, 1957
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    Montserrat, Bill: Cadet Corps Ordinance, 1957
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    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 9 of 1957: Police Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
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    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 10 of 1957: Matrimonial Causes Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
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    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 11 of 9157: Nurses Registration (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
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J0u'HiisIie/ f mr c'ioxrit.

THTTRi~SDAY, M~ir it No. 38.-, i:7


V(OL. IT.


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It is hleridy notiliiid for general in-
formation tihlt by virtue of the powers
vested illi Ihnm nnO' action 18 of the
Rural !i-t' ;- t I, '.t,- Or(It !in;iwc 195?2
(No. .5 w .' .>2), ,e l i d inistrator of
M oII .is tr, hal s lbI: pi ', ii-.ed to appoint
Mr. Jamies H. Carrott a Rural Dis-
trict ( llicer.

Administrftorf.sr's (. i
Morleisrrrat.
27th A ugufs, 1957.
Ref. No. IMl. 9I.



The Rural District Boards Ordinance,
1952.
It is l;','r ;y notifi'-d fi general in-
forlnrt'l l 'i iitt ud lt-er tile provisii s of
the Riki :dl [)i strict Board Ordinance
1952 (.o. 5 of 1:'* ',, the Windward
Rural lDisrict !3oard has liben estab-
lished in the Colony of Montserrat.

2. 'I'! mnier ership of thi- Board
is as followw\:

O'GAC;...;, Joseph (Elected Member)
WEBb. Pastor James (Elected Member)
MARKHAM, Ann (Elected Member)
WHITE, Daniel (Elected M..-,,,I r)
CLEMFr. Revd. Fr. James
(Nomini..ted Memlber)
GILKES, 'W;Ired (Nominanted M\ember)
The R11vd1. Fr. James Clement has
lIeen ait p'.intd (Chi:-; :n of the
Board.

Armi i./trator's O'i;,'e,
1 ., ...,,,/ .

27/h )A7uufi, 1 957.
Ref. M. 9/1


The Administrator of Montserrat has
made the following appointment
under section 3 of flet Marriage
Ordinance, 1921, (Montserrat No. 6
of 1921):-

Elder Austin Esdaile to be a Marriage
Olli... with effect from the 27th
August, 1957.

A. F. DAWKINS,
Admi nis/trator.
\l Mhotitse, rat.


No. t'.

Appointments, transfers. etc., in
the public service, with effect trom
the tdalis stated, are published for
general i nfornlation:-

Hill, A. A. M., Major, Acting Cofm-
iis;ioner of Policee to revert. to
suoiistantive post of Snperitetodent
of Police. Anu. 2'5
P.F. 1.

Seward, H. G., Superintendlnt of
'Polie, Mauritius. Appointed (Cout-
nnissioner of Police, Leeward
lslxa ids. Aug. 22
P.. K 7 ,.

Southwell, W. S., Acting- Su-perinten-
denti of Police, Antigua, to revert to
his snblstative post of Assistant
Superintendent of policee and re-
Imin posted to Antigna. Ang. 2' 5

Chief Secre.i,'y's O7fQic'.
AnI n1gua.
30th An'ist, 1957.
I!ef. No P.F. 110.

Southwell, W. S., Assistant Sruperinten-
dent of Police to act as Superinten-
(lent of Police. Antiguna. Sep. 1

Chief S'ecrfeary's ( .
A n.'-, it.
30th August, 1957.
CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES
No. 100.

Thle Secretary of State for' the
Colonies has notified the Governor
that the power of disallowance will
not 1, exercised in respect of the
undernmentioned Ordinance:--

An)tigiun.

No. 2 of 1957, "The Crown Pro-
ceedings (Amendment) Ordinance,
1957 ".
August, 1957.


Ref. No. 47/00305.


No. 6 of 1957, The Stamp Act
(Amendment) Ordinance. 1957 "'.
August, 1957.
Ref. No. 47/0050Y.

No. 101.

The following Bills which are to be
introduced into the Legislative Coun-
cil of Montserrat are circulated with
this Gazette and form part thereof:-
"The Law Reform (11M'.-llii-..,~
Provisions) Ordinance, 1957."


Tihe Animal- (Contril of Experi-
ments) Ordinance, 1957.''"

The Cadet Corps Ordinance,
1957."


No. 102.
ILIs Excellency the Governor has
this day been pleased to assent to the
Ilndrt '.enlltio ; d O'rdi'nalic s:--

Mo ntEra.i.
No. 9 of 1957. "The Registration
of Inite.d Kingdom P'~tents Act
(Amendi')itit) Ordin!anice, 1957".
August. 1957.
,S tigcrtua.
47/00 !90

N,. 11 of 1957. "The Molttserrat
Cons'titutiot and I. I..i (Amlentd-
nom nt) Ordiai'nce'. 1ii57.
29rh Aunspt. ''957.
A cce it!ri'ta.

ef. N ,,. i. )I i 1 o- I[f.
Virgin Islands.
No. 7 of 1957, 1 i,, Puilic Holidays
Act (Amendmtnt) Ordiniance. 1957".
29th Atiuii,t<, 1957.
Re'. No. 4'o L -ti.
No. 103.

The following Ordinances are cir-
culated with this Gazvette and form
part thereof:-
." if/eUa.

No. 9 of 1957, "The Police Act
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1957."
5 pp. Price 10 c/.
No. 10 ,'f 1 i" 7. I !.. M ltriionial
Caus, s Act (Animndiinet) Ordinance.
1957."' 2 'pp. 'ricer 4,'.

No. 11 of 1957, Tht Nurses
Registration (Amendment) Ordinance,
1957. 2 pp. Irict 4 cls.


The Administrator of Antigna pur-
suant to thie powers vested in the
Governor under section 3 of th-
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinace.
1946, as amended, has been pleased to
appoint Messrs Rouse Melvin Spencer
and E. Dalmer Dew as members of the
Antigua Tru.-,p.rt Board to fill the
vacr"cies caused by the resignation of
Mr. R. Cadman and Major H. J. Medhu at.

Administrator's Office,
St. John's,
4th Septemlir, 1957.


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146 THE AF'? A, MONTSERRA1 T AND V101 i '. :. >:;X L HAEr' Tr1' F~ep, lillhei, ]V51~7
BP~t I iL


TRAIN : MARKS OFFICE,
PLY *.' ",
M\t TSERRAT,
15th A igu.it, 1957.

BRITTiSI-ANMERIOAN TOBACCO
COMPANY, LIMITED. of West-
minst'r tloois. 7, Milliank. London,
S.W.. EnhI'lnd, have applied for
ReAiskt tio! iof four' rade Marks con-
sisti" lof tihi fllowinlg:-
( 1


r'7


1,


* /


1 .'.' .:
-"- ,










in Class 45, that is to say:- Tobacco
whether manufactured or unmanufac-
tured.
The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Marks
No. 1, 2 and 3 in respect of the said


gotcd. for 53 year's i)efore th, i ate of
their said Applhicaion an tihe said
Trade Mark No. 4 in respect of the
said oods for 4 years for 4 rs ore the date
of their said Application.

Any perI:on may within three
months from III:- d(atir 'If the fii'st ap-
pearance of this A Antignat. 2o'i)/ir;',if d & 'igin
[os aid G(alrtie. i\-e 1noiice in du li-
ca(cr atl thie Tr',ie Ioarks Otfice, Mont-
se'0rr:, of oppoitiol to registration of
lhe siid 'Tr'id MarkW .

F. 0. C. Harris,
l,',irIar T. irade Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
11LYMOUTH,
MION\tvSELRRAT,
15th August, 1957.

ALPIN & B. Ri'',"-'! LIMITED
oi Newton Road, Yeovil, Sn:lers'et,
England, have i ppiied for iRgistra-
tion of one Inrlde Mark consisting of
the following:---



in Clasi 2, t lit -i' to sny : V,,t rinary
preparations: i and inI lass that is
to say. Medicin:tl and 1,harnmaceu.tical
preparat ios.

Any i'rsi m \ay within three
mouiths! front the d it4 of ti' -,
appearance. of' this Advprtisen_) *n in
the Adtiq'-ta, Miontserrdtt, Vir'lqin
Islcinds Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at tlhe Trade Markts Office, Mont-
serrat, o opposition to registration of
the said Trado Mairk.

F. C. Harris,
lHWgist'.ir of Trade Marks.



TEINER NOTICE.

Tenders :are invited for tIh Con-
struction of a NO ew Reinforced
Concrete Bridgo at I)onavans known
as Nortl Sound Bridge. Antigua, to-
gether with the formation of an
earthen einlbiikment for the new
approach road.

Drawings and Specilications and
General Condition of Contract for this


work ;:vy be i'ispe ;ted at 1: 0;e
of the Co(lonial Engineer Pfiiij;c ''iV:rks
Department.

'Ten'rs should te addressed t.; the
mark:.d TENI R FOR N(OHTI
S, ', i) Ri hDG '' ;" ii -i.,m id reach
this m'ii no iter than 1 p.n. on
Friday 8*th t'm etr, 3r i01.

a v r; it ns ,)t isd itself to
ac.> t tie lowey-t or any Tonder.



N th A u ;i;t st. il9l7.



ti;Ai!,; "IA., K ; OFFICE.
PLVVIOUTII,. MONTSERRIAT.
15th A iit st, 1957,

iLT'NDiELL. SPENCE' K, CO.,
UI "A, i:T ), of Bal) side Works, Scul-
co.;tes Lane, -hnil, England; and York
It s,' 37, Q ni',n Squanre'., Loindon,
WV '., Eo;,ls.ia d. ', ive a i)pplid for
i;e. rtioi .- f o;1'e Trad-' M'lari k con-


lit i !. L' 0) 11f fi --.""F
' tin of Cthe la in : ..


.t ; ii ,,'. : .. .. | ... .;


o1; ( I th I: to ,)say: l- I i its.var-
t!w0 oi' (.othvr n:,n i!nsu(l;i, i, s iih),





tions, a id an tli-corrosive oils.

The applicants claim that they have
used tie said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goo'dsfor 4 years > "fore the
date of their -atid Applieation.

Any pLerm>n 1iay vitiin three
months from thie date (of the first
appearance of this Adverti.sement in
the A.1iiqV'<. MOnserraif & i'irgin.
S]i t,/i.:/'( give notice in dupli-
cate at tile i .-.J Marks Office,
Molltserrat. of opposition to registra-
tion of the said Trade Marik.

0. O. C. Harris,
,''/tisi.+trr of T7atw 3[r::.


I










P; :;AS: :t OFiC1.,
A .Il.I';u A, (i.f August, i)57.

AiI;0 MAYFLO' .! : TRANSIT
CC M \NYN INC. of 863 ".' .. h,.
seti>; A:'. City (f uiK'ii;mpolis,
Indii'; U.S.A. have aqpplii-il for
Rogi-trat!0in of one Trad Maurk con-
sistitg of the fo'llowiltng--




.:t





in ( I . 22 & 39: thait is o 'y
Class 22: trucks,. xans, :r iei s t. crts.
andl t r:'o-'S.

Clas" : that is h)o >; y. i ;'king
cases, bo."-s at11l curtbns
of m(;!r:!rl a!; l, oFrrgi dreln
pap)or, waterproE trf p"ki;
paper. oiled p.piiiin, eorrn-
gated w rapin a annd ipclk-
ing' paper, i ,r>.dri n i c k-
ing crates at' b ox_ .

Thei Applicants cl:iii i;.a thoy
hlave uset the said 'Trsa Mark in
respect of the said -'oodsV for 29
years before the date of their said
Applicatioi,.

Any person may within tree
months Irnni thie 'ate f[ t l- first
appear;ne'" of hi is Adverisi n t'n in
the AnFt .. *. Montserral tivd Fl i',7 in
Islan(,r/s G(azcftt, give i noticO- in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Ofice,
Antigua. of Ipposition to rtipisirationl
of the sid Trade Mark.

CECIL (). I",iYON.
F ," r of T' at.l Ma! I k



TPADE MARKS (OFFit' ,
TOR'i'ot,.--
B 'RI'TISr 'III(;JN I .:LANDS.
15th August, 1)57.

TIIE ,JO-SEP .. I !NC'H & COM-
PANY, Qi 35'i i't A,.v e, N\ew
York. U.S.A. hav.. :i, ,' f, r P- 'is-
tration n,' nie rt. : -, V isting
of the following':-


JAMAICA DIAMOND

in class 4,,, that, is to say: ferni noted
liquors and spirits.

The Applicants claim that they
have used this mark since April, 1957.

Any person may within three
months of the date of the lirst appear-
ance of this Advertisnrilvnt in the
Antiguai. .fntseiwrat and Virgin
Islands (;G ftlte, i'- iiit;cp in dupli-
cat, at th- Trade Marks O(ice. Tortola
British Virgin Iblami!, I o positionn
to registration of thlie sid Trade
Mark.

H. ALEX BESSON.
Registrar of Trade Marks.


TRlIADEK MARK'S 01.'tlQP
A. N'T'I' G U. A. tinist. 1957.
N' \kl1)"iKY A li COM PANY ti'ti I [T-

f'Dor 105 'est'jo f ''iaI'i;trafor
coilcn E,. W- 31, (1 Hwb Wnq


It,
iix
9 1 fX
VAN


in (U, I ha i as ; t "ay lPerfina'ry
(inclu;, iiing toilet articles, preparations
for th1 ti ih and h' iir,i a nd perfumed
.soap).
TS A.\ p:l i t::iK.[s ci nit thati they
have :; the sd,' 'Tri'', MA;rk in
rett';p) t, 4 it'" <;ii '.i tis inl Anti'guat
beil' tie date of their said arpli-
Cation.
Any plersoin my with i thr'e
niont h: f trom i thle late nr' lie first
appearali. of lhis Advert ist' m in
the A ntirlfno. Jhon nlr/ ,ind F'tlify/in
islands (;<.t b, give notice in dupli-
cate :t th. T;;.O Marks t0111ce. Anti-
gui, i)' opp sition ( re trait n of
the saiid Trade Marl.

CECIL O. iHYRON,
,')t/ ist'ar ,t 7 mtl, Mrks.




----~
TRADE MA RK OFFICE,
ANTWiUA. 20th A iuiust, 1957.
LIClIfKTT & MYERS TO'iACCO
COMP'ANY of 630 Fifth Avenne,
New York. U.S.A. have applied for
Registration of one Trade- Mark
consist' ; of, the followin :


X--q


,


i d I X.





ill ('.--, 45 that is to t'ay: Ci:irettrs.
The- Arplicantsi laim tiii tt hey
have itd thi,- saii 'T'iati! Mark
ill i'tr'p.' t of thi s'ii'' i',ods since
February, 1,53 lheft ,,, the date of
their sa;id Applieation.
Any person may within three
inontht fr, min thie date of the first
appearance of this Advertisemenit in
the A nigua, _/e.,,. ,'r t & V'irgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua. of opposition to registration
of the sail Trade Ma''k.

CECIL O. BYRON,
Registrar of Trade Marks.


im a1.KIi.* F.e ,~ P0
I101TIMH VIRCUN ISLANDS,
10A"usk 1K.957.

r'' 0 .0 1 I rTi A ND OVEW
T1OI3tAiCO ( ( V PA NY \. w' 630 Fifth
Av.-'a to. Ne-w Yico.. U.>.A have
apiti d for ()V non 01 ii' radio
'no' l' -,,on!' of th(;

liii' :.~



..2.


I' *w:~


iin elis 45 WL wt i" toI: T: o i, o ci




whlh r in Qcm(d ; hnufn
thA lqjrt mt'i t -' in i t''ih x hyave
used WE 0.' ANH sh.1 li 157
Atn yt t h' wt: n n* wr ini three




Cate althe I'! 'I i~tc '1'.' 10c T(,itola1,
B'to sl lh ir,,i i' ii f ubi

H. Alex. Bebcr.,







TBKii ML AR!'. 3 It oypf-& O 'ro-
BAC( '(O COMPAt.NY. 630t Fifth
Aventti'. 9''x Yf. PA. have
Mapp's i forii. i1gt'~ l-l d tq. Trd


in Class 4.1`. that p sa, : Tobacco'
whether li' Iaiin turet d ior' iiinoaiirfac
tured.
tlh Appli,.nins clanii tlMt ih.'y have
used this Tr:''I'. 1irk si.ce l' I ary.
1953.
Any 1irso" r"*y v ik}in d'hree
months of th+e ance of this Advertisiente in thW
Antif/lia, Montse, ir,rt tand Tirgin
Islands (iaz"'tte. giv-nt iic(i in inpli-
cate at the Trtad Marl::' (Of)ice,, Tor-
tola, British Virgin [sai.',.s, f opposi-
tion to registration of the, said TradW,
MaI. I
H. Alex Besson,
Registra-r of iTrade Marks.


1,190 i EAN IGA N N K UT.111 VR I ILATA ( ETI!K


w







1i8 TI:3 .uv !GUA\, _IONTSERB 'I AND VULGIN 1:-,LANI)S GA ZETTF V [>e; :ei 5t 1957


In the Sp'.. ..: Court of the
Wir.-dwa.rd IPlands and
Ljward Islands.

ANTIGU \ CIRCUIT.

A.D. 1957.

Notice is hereby given tlht in pur-
snuac, oli Rnles ila de by the Chief
J justice under Section 16 of the Wind-
wrd Islands and Lee\ward Islands
(Cou<.rt) Order in Council, '.'.'., and
duly :ppr oved as thereinl provided on
the l ih daiy of October A. ). 1941.
the oimirable the Puisine Jndge
selel,'t I for the sitting of the Conrt in
the -Antigua Circuit has ;n!! )ointed
Tuesdlyi the 1st day if Octoler, 1 '.,7,
at 11.00 o'clock in the forewnon as tlhe
day of the month on whiich the next
sitting of the Antigua Circuit shall
con mencic.


D)ate d the 30th day of August, 1957.


CECIL O. BYRON,
1iatlistrarY of the ,Stpreme Court.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
ANTIGUA, 20th August, 1957.

ALPIN & BARRETT LIMITED of
Newton Road, Yeovil, Somerset,
England. have applied for Registration
of one Trade Mark consisting of the
following:-


L < t:J


in rli:isses 2 & 3 that is to say in Class
, Veterlinary preparations and in
Class 3, Medicinal and pharmaceuti-
cal pIt'epartions.

The Applii;nts cldm. that they
have not used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods in Antigua
before the date of their said Applica-
tion.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearenc- of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin
Island/s Gaizetl/, give notice ini dupli-
cate at the Trade M1.'rl. Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.


CHlt. 0. BlyRON,
1?"yi"411,arr of Treld" Arift/ 1-8.r~


PT.ADE MARK'S OFFICE,
AN'TIUA, 20th August, 1'57.

W I;;' 1ND IAN TOBACCO COM-
PAN' LiIMITED of (.. ..- Ilenrs,
EaEi n AHlai) !Road, St. loseph, Trini-
dad, .L'.l. have aippii-d f, lt-,pistra-
tion of one j'r ,L Ar;:' k ct i sistiuit of
the following:--




'.\:1 !r l l
J _; ,


//



I i-


in C!a s 45 that is to say, 'lii.iim: ,-
tured tcbaco.

Th- Applicants claim that they
have not used the said Trade, Mark in
respect of the said goods in Antigua
before the date of their said appli-
cation.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, l-ri*. a. r'l & V- ;,,'n
Islands Gazclle, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the ,idd Tra',de Mark.

CECIL 0. BYRON,
Registrar of Trade Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
ANTIuT1A, '.' I. August, 1957.

BLUNDELL, SPENCE & CO.,
LIMITED of lankside Works, Soul-
coates Lane. Itull and York Hlouse,
37 Queen Square, London, \V.C. have
appkii,'-d f',r IHegistration of on,. Trada
Mark consisting of the followin:- -






inll as 1 that is ti say: paints,
:'iirnishi (other t An insularing
v;"' -ish). ion; -lds (in the iwtulre of'
ptidt), paiiintrs' colours. ',iat :nmpers,
i-. lacquers. paint and varnish
driers, wood preservatives, wood
stains, anti-corrosive and anti-foul-
ingt compositions, and anti-corrosive
oils.

The Applicants claim that they
havH used the said Trado Mark
in respect of' the said goods for
4 years before the date of their said
Application.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisenent in
the Antiftiga, i,.1/, -. and Vi% ai,
Islnds (flzette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.

Cecil 0. Byron,
Rlgistrar of Trade M3arks.


""ILtl'AID MA,1IKS (~u1


JOSE'PH S. Fl 'CH & CO AIPANY
of 3,5) Fifth Aveniue' New York,
U.S.A\. !a oe ap1 pli fri IEw"'istration
of onlt Triade MIlrk cmiisi~nllg it tile
faOxvoitg"


in Class 43 2i;; is to say: Rlun.

A pli ion"is c.iin that they
li ,e ;si-il l-- Tr:i.de M ark in
r pect ,i thi- s:dd since 16th
April. I57, i-fore lie ilale of their
Sitid Ap>liatioin:

Any p,.rs.'i may witilili three
months ftrn the diati o! the first
appeanance of this .\dv 'Lis ;tn -nt in
the A nlig/fli _olairl' atnf d i/gqin
la :: /:,ds a '/ give nom"ie in dupli-
atte :t i!ie 'Traie I Mari-ks Office,
Anti;ll. ( lq positionn to regisitratio
of ihe, said Tr1 !r, Mork.

(ECIL 0. lYRON,
In'(I i ..i t i r oi T/ adle Ci arektts.



t oADf 'eJ A RKS OFFICE,
.\y;, 1 ,;-f\. 2Oith At.g fust, 1957.

l'AGETT & :A.1YERS TOBACCO
COMPANY of t... Fifth Avenue,
New York, U.S.A. haeve applied for





1., )A .I.

,," ,:'








hve nst tio of oe ITrade M' ark





respect of the said goods sin c 1st


Any person mth i ay wilhin trees

months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertlisemeint in
the Antir-, Volil/swraltand Virginm
Islands Ga'&etie, nive notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade i:\l ,I Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Tradet Mark.

CECIL 0. BYRON,
lRelistrar of Truade Marksl


L







September 5. 1 E'] ITE ANTIGUA, ?IONTSE $.,:.\T AND VI GINC ISL.Ni ..i'AZETTE. 1,,


iRADLE iAKKS 1
A\NJTIGA, '' il Alugust, 1957.

BRITISH-A ME ICAN TOBACCO COMPANY Li1 TED of Westminster House,
7 Millbank. London S.W. have applied for Registration of Five Trv: "a'rks consisting of the following:


'1


S T -de


,,.' /. ,l


_--e--



,.,
- _. ,y ._*'


7 Zi





* * .. ,,


NhI T '



U, (3).


j1'
I i-


.. ..., .,, i ..... V










-I .
i *
J I i . B .-^ ',.,^ E :ja,?%
I_:Fi_-


6"4


in Class 45 that is to r:.v: Tobacco whether manufactured or unnmanufactured.

The Applicants claim that they have us d the said Trade Marks 1. 2. 3, 4 & 5 in respect of
the said goods for 37, 30, 23, & 37 years respectively before the date of their said A application.

Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertise-
ment in the "' Antiga, Moit:serrat and Virgin Islands 'azette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade
\!:Lrks Office, Antigua, of opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.

CECIL 0. BYHON.
,,, '*." I tf Trade MaIrks.


'~,s (;:


i, .~







190 THE A NI' GIJ 9' ATONTh ',RBAT AN I) V11Ik(AN ILNO)S (L AZETTE [SI;;t hor -5, 1957


Statement of Currer cy .- i. and British Caribbean Coin Circulation in the '
on 1st June, 1957.


A verne V:tio'i cring r April, I"T
Britisht (% ,rieaii Currency Notvs
Detnont G(ovt. Notes owitfanildiig

I'tai

Britisb:1 C i;eiaOii lNotes and Coi n in c nation
tl I 19,71)7.







A i' it,
I i i
P i)!f', 0 ; (fC i"


Total Bri;i i t(ariblbean Notes and Coins in
circut, ,ii, on lht June. 1957.
Demn i*eti /,.i t ovt., No(es ,ui.i-i.l. iint on Ist
Ti'i,,il andi Tobago 754.199.1
British 'uiniana 280,157.(
ah)..i s 72.438.

Total Govi. ,otis on tStanding on
1 isR. ne. 1957.


Total circw) 1tit a i Ri t tine, 1957.


79,1 *5, p4 r. 0
16 2

u. o0

5, (1. 0)*
"5 9,- 5 1


June, 1957:
00
30
00


Caribbean Territor;ie (I'aste'rn Group)

ii l, .


1, *. .0
4, ' .

137."- i




117, '.,

1,870.00


3,123,145.00


$63,97 I' -


8:!'.1


British Caribbean ('arrency Roar ,.
Treasury Builiuigs.
Port of Spaii,
Trinidad.
RItf. No. 24!.O0aR7


Statement of Currearc Notes and British Caribbean Coin Circulation in the British
on Ist July, 1957.


Avwrape. earo otion ditring alv. 1957.
RIfliti 1 *rinhoean ( irr- i,. y Niotes


'1 otauii

Bnriish bb-an Notes and Coin's in ci:rcmilation
,Ji,1957.


iit'sh Ga ninir a





Kitts
A4oin f 'erntt t
"' I Yw~if ott~) f G~)ills


Tot,] Hri;isi Caribbean Notes and Coins in
circolation on Ist July, 1957
Demrii'neize; l Govt. notes outstanding on 1st Jnly, 1957.
Trinidad and Tobago 753,114.00
B1i tih Guiana 267,133.00
BHarhbadas 71,408.00


Total G(iov. notes outstanding on
1st July, 1957.

Total cihnl;tion on 1st Jily, 1957

British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Building,
Port of Spaini,
Trinidad.
Ref. No, 24000087.


I1.123. 11900

63, 00



29 24.3 , 0cO
7.t1
16,431 1,''9.00
2j,670. i


I ,42'. 400.00
2,38,).t',00.00
1. 5 89..5t1,.00


62,812.137.00


L. Pi;;:' : ,
Executive C'oumisisioner,
Br. Caribbean Cirn,' :ic Board.




Caribbean Territories (,:'ern Group)










1 '. 0



o...'-. 00
122,i 50.00
94,15R)00
114,00000
117.0;50.00
2 ,650.' 0
3 .'(-)


3,183,' ,1li


1.091,655.00

;.. I'. i 2.00


$3,!0, -: ., ,,,

L -r'i 1:.
Executive Commissioner,
Br. Caribbean Currency Board.






Septemlrhc, n THEANTS" TS RA ANTi. AD VI l G I SLA : .. i 19L

STATEMENT Ui' CURRENCY NOTES ANI) B3RITISHi CARIIBBEAN ,OIN C1:CULATIoN ; ii. HRITISB.
(.ARIBBEAN TERRITOI"IES (EASTERN GrroU') O)N 1st \UGUST, 1 57.

^"t 'f'. fi/iliV


Average circulation during June, 19 5
British Caribbeaf Currency
Demonetized Govt. notes outstanding



'British r' :i')ban Notes and Coin in
circ ui ti.ii on 1I;: .August, 1957.
'I'riniiadi and Tobago
Ba)rbados

Britis'h "uiaa
G(rena:da
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica

Antigua

St. .. ':
Montserrat
Proof Sets Coins

Total British (':inribbean Notes and Coins
in circul!tio)n (, 1st August, 1957.

Dernoneti:ed Go.vL Notes outstanding on
lst August, 1957.

Trinidad anrd Tobago 751,955.00
IBr-itjh Guiana *.'.I;', .00ii
1D r !,;os 71, :09.00


Total Government notes outstanding
on 1~t August, 1957.

Total Circulation on Ist August, 1957.


British Carii,.i-an C: ',. '. Board,
Treastv;,, (Chanb rs,
]o(.'t .' Spali,
Trinidad.
20th Aut.ust, 1957.
Ref. No. 21/000US7.


63.00L ,77.i0)

1,09958100







7,159,i25.00
15,951 239.00
2, ( 70.10)(.00
509,400.00
1,034,01.,L00
1, .5,4 00.00

2,385,30(0.(00
1,58,5()0.00
367,7(05.00




62,4;3,S,42.00


-,175, 673.00



.,. i7 3.00











90.1;00.00


99,9100.00
I Ii'000.00

S90 .i,00.(00


i 1S,575.00


1,-70.00


3.22.020.00


,()W0,250.(GO

:,:. 24,092.00


'., ,-*- '-.020.00


L. ,PENCE,
Exeruti:c C(oimmissioner,
Br. Caribbean (Currency Board.






192 THE ANTIGI A, M(OSTSERRAT AND VITAKI ISLANDS (.zi.ETTE. [,SLpealbor 5, 3157.


TRADEI MA RKSa OF1'1I(E,


PLY01010K AlO;:'i:i''. TSEUUA Yr~
8th Atoost I 057.

Ll(4(EI' & A MYED" re( I3A(01)
COMA N Y of TM Ht Rh A vo n e. New\
York 4 New Yiork Volt t d Stat's
of Ametiica 1( :;ploit fo~r Dci. tt a-
tion of ow ltoh' Alk onoittitg of
the follo\,;.,


in Class 4-- 0 t s to> say:--'i retts.

The A ppl:ints claim that the date
of firsH use' of she sAi 'Frude
Ma irk i; V' ii hn thi t ice Application as -4 i,'1uary. 10; .

Any perin imay w-\i' n three
months from th dla;t of tih iirH't
appearance of this Adv-'ris-m'1i-it in
the An/igiu, Moitscrrat d' Vi ':it?
Islands G "If.- givX niio'iie in inphi-
cate at the TriWde Mark, OIt fic, Monit-
serrat, of op{iosition to regbistration of
the said T radil Mark.
F. 0. C. Anlt itts.
Rogistir. s of 'rl'id Al ar' ..


TRADE V..ARKS OFFICE ,'.
PLlYM.OUT. MONTSERRAT.
121h Angrnst, 1957.
LIG GETT & i i TOBACCO
COMP(IANY of . Fifth Avn\'ite,
New York, State qof Nev York, U. WitJed
State of Ame;ric a hryv- appli-d for
R'egitration 'of one oTri Me M:. con
siWtihyg of tihe ioi'l wiii: -.+







XV,
"v n' ,i" t -is A p














tint as, May th '.157




Ay person may within three
months fromn the date of the lirst
ap'nare.ce of this Advertisemtent in

1.0Wu/S (o [tme, give notice in dnph-
te at the Trade Marks Oic,


F. 0. (. HA RR.
tin a7s 1a t t .o T 't1ea.


TRA F..: I .OTICE.

The Antigua Vehicles & 7:c id
'raffle Ordinance, 1946.

By virtue of the pow:erx cof!'rr'd
on ;', in S'.ctiini 2 of the Antigua
V. chles and Road Tr-tflie Ordinance,
No. 5 of 1946. 1 1 ireby lix thie 1,riod
hereunitder for the lightin.g oi' vehiicles.

U'htil further notice, the lighting
perto i shall le frorn (;.;30 p.m. to
5.30 ; n.

D);. I this 22nd day of Augiust,
1957.

A. A. M. HILL,
1, Conuniassloer.


P I'NF: r.L YFGUi:D:';.,

Agricultural Department,


MontL

Jwinary
Fbh.
MTir.
April
Miiy
June
July
To 3st


I 19:; 1954. 19.,. I!5, . 1957.

1.3i 3.01 2.16 5.15 3.16
1.0 2.45 68 1.23 2.29
5.i;0 LOS .83 1 40 .40
2K.', .49 1.75 3.S3 2A,
L.AO 3.S:i 2.81 2.58 1.19
1.;! 3.32 1.17 5.72 2,86
3.02 1 .47 2. 1: 4.29 1.50
A\A., 3.1. 5.93 ,1.5, .;7 ON .48


tOo7 2:t.;I 20 i-f


2. 77 20.42


TRAD-I A 1,ARKS OFFI('2.
ANTTGUA, 20th Augiost, IP -7.

A ERO AdAY FLOW F. TRANSU )M Y, I(' of M4sacbusetts Avenue, City ol Instianaiols,
in diati:t. 1f*8.A. have .11 li .I t'or t. o no, of no Wrade Mark co)nlistingf of the following:--





4j i
K 2

k- d 3


in Clarses 22 & :

Class 22 lait is to say: trucks, vans, trailers, carts and tracor.-.

Class 39 that is to say: packing c'ses, boxes and cairtons of cardhoird, corrugated paper, waterproof packing
paplwr, oile(' paper, corrutated wrapping and packing paper, wooden packing crates
and boxes.

The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods for 18 years
before the date of their said Application.

Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertisement in the
Andtiu, .lMontscerrt J Virgin I.land's Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office. Antigua, of
opposition to registration of the said Tirady. Mark.

Cecil 0. Byron,
Registrar of Trade Marks.



Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua. Leeward Island,
by E. M. BLACKMAN, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1957.
[Price 28 cents.]


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No. of 1957. Law Reform
(Miscellaneous Provisions)























MONTSERRAT.


No.


of 1957.


BILL FOR

An Ordinance to amend the common law in cer-
tain respects and to enact certain provisions
affecting civil remedies.

r ]
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Montserrat.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Law
Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Ordinance, Short title.
1957.


2. (1) In this section -
"court" means, in relation to any claim,
the court or arbitrator by or before
whom the claim falls to be deter-
mined;
"damage" includes loss of life and per-
sonal injury;

"fault" means negligence, breach of
statutory duty or other act or
omission which gives rise to a


Apportion-
ment of
liabilities in
case of con-
tributory
negligence,


MONTSERRAT


Commence
ment,






MONTSERIAT 2 Law Reform No. of 1957.
(Miscellaneous Provisions).

liability in tort or would, apart from
this Ordinance, give rise to the de-
fence of contributory negligence.

(2) Where any person suffers damage as
the result partly of his own fault and partly of
the fault of any other person, a claim in respect
of that damage shall not be defeated by reason
of the fault of the person suffering the damage,
but the damages recoverable in respect thereof
shall be reduced to such extent as the court
thinks just and equitable having regard to the
claimant's share in the responsibility for the
damage:

Provided that -
(a) this subsection shall not
operate to defeat any de-
fences arising under a
contract;

(b) where any contract or
enactment providing for
the limitation of liability
is applicable to the
claim, the amount of
damages recoverable by
the claimant by virtue of
this subsection shall not
exceed the maximum
limit so applicable.

(3) Where damages are recoverable by
any person by virtue of the foregoing subsection
subject to any reduction as is therein mentioned,
the Court shall find and record the total damages
which would have been recoverable if the claimant
had not been at fault.

(4) Where any person dies as the result
partly of his own fault and partly of the fault of
any other person or persons, and accordingly, if
an action were brought for the benefit of the
estate under section 2 of the Causes of Action
8/1951 (Survival) Act, 1951, the damages recoverable
would be reduced under subsection (2) of this
section, any damages recoverable in an action
brought for the benefit of the wife, husband,
parent or child of the deceased person under the
cap, ., Fatal Accidents Act shall be reduced to a propor-
tionate ext.f ,,t.







No. of 1957 Law Reform 3 MONSTSERAT
( tiC 'r i' llI01 68 P U1 tt I' ./il:. I.

(5) Where, in any case to which subsec-
tion (2) of 'hil section applies, one of the per-
sons at fault avoids liability to any other such
p[-rs'n or his personal representative by lpt .,lin.:
any enactment limiting the time within which
proceedings may be taken, he shall not be en-
titled to recover any damages or contributions
from that other person or representative by
virtue of the said subsection.
(6) Where any case to which subsection
(2) of this section applies is tried with a jury, the
jury shall determine the total damages which
would have been recoverable if the claimant had
not been at fault and the extent to which those
damages are to be reduced.

(7) Article 21 of the Convention con- 22 & 23 -o.
tainted in the First Schedule of the Carriage by v c. 6.
Air Act, 1932. (which empowers a Court to
exonerate wholly or partly a carrier who prove:-
that the damage was caused by or contributed to
by the ni-' liuen..- of the injured person) shall
have effect .iihli',rl to the provisions of this
section.

3. Section 2 of this Ordinance shall not ,vinq for
apply ..rn
:orNV-'tiorns
Ard, I1l 1,
(a) to any claim to which section one ,1 :"t
of the Maritime Conventions Act. ,&
'eo. V
1911. applies, and that Act shall c. .
have ,rt.ir as if this Ordinance had
not been passed; or

(b) to any case where the acts or
omissions giving rise to the claim
occurred before the passing of this
Ordinance.

4. (1) The doctrine of common employment of
at common law is hereby abolished, and it shall doctor of
not be a defence to an action against a d ir~~rnant c"omon
for damages in respect of personal injuries caus- empoymen
ed by the wrongful act, neglect or default of a
person -mIll'. .'d by the defendant. that that
person was at the time of the occurrence which
,Rcused the injuries in common employment with
the plaintiff.

(2) E-" y provision in a contract of ser-
vice or ilrl,' itiH-c hi; in an agreement col-
1'tOral I'~ - 1 I -li. qii ". rt o'n lrct or garcr -






M.rXEnrtiAr 4 Law Reform No. of 1957.
(Miscellaneous Provisions).

ment entered into before the commencement of
this Ordinance) is void in so far as it had the
effect of excluding or limiting any liability of the
employer in respect of personal injuries caused
to the person employed or apprenticed by the
wrongful act, neglect or default of any person in
employment with him.
(3) In this section, "personal injuries"
includes any disease and any impairment of a
person's physical or mental condition.
(4) This section binds the Crown.
.uLliiy- of 5. (1) In this section -
r, .oi. i,, "poultry" means domestic fowls, turkeys,
july to geese, ducks and guinea fowls;
poultry uand
a.ll stock small stock" means, calves, heifers, sheep,
goats and swine.
(2) The owner of a dog shall be liable
in damages for injury done to any person,
poultry or small stock by that dog; and it shall
not be necessary for the person seeking such
damages to show a previous mischievous pro-
pensity, or the owner's knowledge of such pre-
vious propensity, or to show that the injury was
attributable to neglect on the part of the owner.
(3) Where any such injury has been
done by a dog, the occupier of any house or
premises where the dog was kept shall be pre-
sumed to be the owner of the dog, and shall be
liable for the injury unless he proves that he was
not the owner of the dog at that time:

Pro v i d e d that where there are
more occupiers than one in any house or
premises let in separate apartments, or lodg-
ins, or otherwise, the occupier of the particular
part of the house or premises in which the dog
has been kept or permitted to live or remain at
the time of the injury shall be presumed to be
the owner of the dog.


President.

Passed the Legislative Council this
day 1957.


Clerk of the Council.






of/1957. Law Reform
(Miscellaneous Provisions).


OBJECTS AND REASONS.


The object of this Bill is to revise the law of
the Colony by bringing it into line with that in
force in England with respect to contributory
negligence and the abolition of the doctrine of
common employment.

2. The Bill also seeks to make provisions
governing the liability of the owners of dogs for
injury to persons, poultry and small stock; these
provisions are also based upon United Kingdom
legislation but have been modified to meet local
requirements.

3. A Comparative Table is attached.


Crown Attorney.




COMPARATIVE TABLE


The Law Reform (Miscellaneous
Ordinance, 1957.


Provisions)


1. Short title

2. The Law Reform (Contributory Negli-
gence) Act, 1945 ( 8 & 9 Geo. 6 c. 28),
Sections 1 and 4 Adapted


3. The same


Section 3 Adapted


4. The Law Reform (Personal4Injuries) Act,
1948 (11 & 12 Geo. 6 c. 41), Sections 1, 3
and 4. Adapted


5. The Dogs Act, 1906
Section 1 Adapted.


(6 Edw. 7 c. 32),


Antigua Printery Ltd.


5 MONTSERRAT





of 1957. Animals
(Control of Experiments)


MONTSERRAT.


No.


of 1957.


BILL FOR

An Ordinance to regulate and control'the perfor-
mance of experiments on animals.

[ 1
ENACTED by the L i-l:-ihin,. of the Colony
of Montserrat.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Ani-
mals (Control of Experiments) Ordinance, 1957.

2. In this Ordinance-

"animal" means a living vertebrate animal;
"experiment" means any experiment per-
formed on an animal and calculated to
give pain;
"licensee" means a person licensed under
section 7 of this Ordinance.

3. (1) No person except a licensee shall per-
form any experiment.

(2) No licensee shall perform any experiment
except in accordance with the terms of his licence
and subject to the restrictions ii ...]. 1 by thid Ordi-
Dance.


M '.' N h- 1 u


Commence-
ment.


Short Title.


Interpreta-
tion.


Experiments
only to be
performed by
licensed per-
sonis.






MONTSERhR'AT 2


Experiments
not to be per-
formed for
purposes of
attaining
manual skill.
Prohibition
of perform-
auce of expe-
riments for il-
lustration of
lectures sub-
ject to certain
conditions


Restrictions
upon per-
formances of
experiments
by licence.


Animals Nc
(Control of Experiments)


of 1957,


4. No licensee shall perform any experiment
for the purpose of attaining manual skill.



5. No licensee shall perform any experiment
for the pllrpu.-j of illustrating any lecture at any
academic institution unless he is the holder of a
teaching permit under this Ordinance, and unless
the experiment is of a class specified in such permit
and is performed in accordance with the terms of
such permit.

G. (1) Except as otherwise I'pri\ i.dld. in sec-
tion 5 of this Ordinance, no licensee shall perform
any experiment except:

(a) for the priiiI.. of the advancement
by new discovery of pli\-l,-,iIi krin'\\l-d-,
or of any ki11,,,-h.,'- which will be useful for,
saving or 1'.ri i.n 1 Iii,_ life, or alleviating -I h-r-
ing, or for oall ':tli' any disease whether
of human lieiL.-, animals or plants;

(b) for the purpose of ht-tinl- any former
discovery ialle-ld to have been made for the
advancement of the types of knowledge re-
ferred to in paragraph (a) of this subsection;

(c) by the order in writing of any Judge
of the Supreme Court in any case where such
J udge is satisfied that it is essential for the pur-
pose of justice in a criminal case to make such
experiment.


(2) Except as otherwise provided in subsection
(3) of this section, no licensee shall perform any
experiment unless-

(a) throughout the whole of the experi-
ment the animal is under the influence of some
anaesthetic of sufficient power to prevent the
animal feeling pain; and

(b) if the pain is likely to continue after
the effect of the anaesthetic has ceased, or if
any serious injury has been inflicted on the ani-







No. of 1957 Animals 8 StONTSERRAT
(Control of Experiments)

rnal, t e animal is killed before it recovers
from the influ.ene of the anIaesthetic which
has been administered.
(3) The provisions of Sflisc.tioin (2) of this sec-
tion shall not apply to any liclensvee \ ho is the holder
if a special permit raiilied inider section i9 of this Or-
(illanice in rlationll t-( antlly experiment SpeCified( i
such special ipelilit.
7. (1) Tlie governorw in onmcil miay g-anit a li- Grant of li-
S ceuce.
cell( to person anl to pt rlor(II i y eXlperieniitit for .
any )purpose splcif in .such license d11uing such pe-
riod and suilbect to siuc coInlitions in al dtion tO) tihe
conditions specified in this 1irldince ais hle imay think
fit.
(2) It shall l'e coalition of any licence grant-
ed under Slubsctioln () of tiis section, that any ex-
periitent perfoi)er d puiirsnllt It such licence shall he
performed at siclih place as mnay he sptecitied in such
licence.
(1) \Where the Ad iinistrator is satisfied Permits.
tt ith it is ll utely lcessa'ry for tlie (ue instrutctioi
of persons ati, ,lin. aiy course of lectures for the
purpose of *i r-i. i 'physiological knowledge or
any knowledge which will 1)e llsed for savint or
prolonging life, or alleviaitingi suffering, or for comn-
lbating any disease whether of hmnan beings, ani-
mnals or plant, for any iiwci lecture t(o be illustrated
b)y the performance o()f any experiment, l.- A istrator may grant to a licensee 1111de tllis Ord(inance


such lecture.
(2) E'very teaching permit imnder this sec-
tion shall be subject to such conditions in addi-
tion to any conditions specified in this Ordinance
as nuty be speciied in suchl penit, alnd such permit
shall remain in force for twelve imonliths ftroln the
date on which it is grallted.
9. (1) Where the Administrator is satytised M p.r-
that the obl)ject o any experiiient plermlitted to he mits.
perftorined by licence under this ordinancee would
necessarily be frustrated--






MI)NTIURIHAI 4 Animals No. of 1957.
(Control of Experiments)
(a) lllythe Ix Sichi e-Njeri-
m ent undl~er an y 87luesht ieV or

(l)) ly kil*lg' Owll allillall oil Nv' hh ~such
'XLpeCriltienlt is perforlmed(1 bre itre 1-vcer', frolm


lbe fli' gnV Hl ltUSpeial jI liniit aluth~ri~itg the Ii-
Ce'lls('(' to Performii s'ih IX1 lelilllellt NvitlInt admiiis-

Ililling rtl :hiii iII i m l ler re it rccoIvrs fF011 the iniill-
eciIC (f suchu -llae-i iletic i'- thle case mayi he


sha1II "l tih' period for NA-hici it Shalll rvrllaill ill
force

ReAierds and 10. (1) EVery liCensee under thiS Ordinance
inspections. shall keep, in sulch ftormii as 1m1ay hel) l('M'L'is)bed, re-



ipci illit anuiy pIen-'t)1) mintllhori,,cdI ill v\ritivilg bx tile Akd-
eriniastrat or to iispWi ctal IrctiloI l kil l l15 hllfm at ally






plliolel with t8i' IJLW pisi( w of tI ny ( oIdwilullely jthianc
a pSc(itiel olf pubieliclcI' hieei II e f o'ltI 'ay Ielfoinlollcc
tifllto anyl ('XII Fll alllthoriedif llI' lr(J1g hsnii.ellc

t'eg'lti-atidl gill'recll fol. tile Ilet 1(1' *Cill'Fin clltom-
tiit' all'(Ivii f th hion Ofthi(alan a







(2) iell c lhitl(i is 1f licence for ll.s pertformance
fi~rutref Is in 'I~lc~ll for "I (I at SI1'lich pV\ilva foy ,re'


the poi,' iofiiI s ofIh i (cc rd i ofall cpriit I1i~f






of 1957. Animals
(Control of Experiments)


by any licensee under this Ordinance and for the
,-iid.'iir; of returns in relation to any experiments
performed under this Ordinance.

13. It shall be a condition of every licence or
permit !raIitrd under this Ordinance that such licence
or permit may be revoked at any time by the person
granting it on his being satisfied that such licence or
permit ought to be revoked.


5 MONTSIRRAT


Rcvocatuo.I or
Iicence or per-
pe1nrit.


14. Every person who acts in contravention Pe""alty.
of any of the provisions of this Ordinance or of any
condition of any licence or permit granted under this
Ordinance shall be guilty an o(ftef.ii against this Or-
dinance and upon conviction before a Magistrate shall
be liable to a fine of fifty i.,iiui d or to imprisonment
for any term not exceeding six months or to both
such tine and such imprisonment.


15. A prosecution under this Ordinance against
a licensee shall not be instituted except by or with
the consent of the Crown Attorney.


Rtestricticyi)
onp rosecu-
ti60 of licell-
see.


President.


Passed the Legislative Council this


day of


, 1957


Clerk of' the councill .


OBJECTS AND REASONS

The object of this bill is to regulate and control
thle performance of experiments on living animals.

The Bill is based on the Jamaica Law No. 52
of 19419 (the Animals (Control of Experimenlts)
Law.)

(s,.) F. O. C. HARRIS,
Crown, Attorney.


Antigua Printery Ltd.






No, of 1957.


MONTSERRAT.

No. of 1957.


BILL FOR


An Ordinance to authorise the Establishment of
School Cadet Corps.

[ Comimeice-
[ 1merint
ENACTED by the Lei-lltit e of the Colony
of Montscrrat.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Cadet Short Title.
Corps Ordinance, 1957.

2. In this Ordinance the expression "local Interpreta-
tion.
forces" means any locally established Regular or
Volunteer Force, including the Leeward Islands
Police Force.

:3. (a) The (Governor may authorise the estab- Establish-
ment and
lislnnent of school cadet corps and may membership
authorise such corps or any portion of Cadet
thereof to be attached to any established Corps.
local forces for the purpose of any spe-
cial training.


MONTBERRAT,


Cadet Corps,






MONrTSEIRAT. 2


(b) All boys over the age of twelve years
who are attending school shall be eligible
to be members of school cadet corps.
Appoitmet 4. The Governor shall appoint the officers of
of officers. cet corps with such rank as he shall think
necessary.
l...iln 5. The Governor in Council may make regu-
lations governing the formation, organization and
administration of school cadet corps.


President.

Passed the Legislative Council this day

of 1957.


Clerk of the Council.




OBJECTS AND REASONS

The object of this Bill is to provide legal
authority for the formation by the Governor of
local school cadet corps.

2. This bill is based on the Cadet Corps
Ordinance 1952 of the Colony of Dominica.
(No. 5 of 1952.)


(Sgd.) F. O. C. HARRIS,
Crown Attorney.


Antigua Printery Ltd.


Cadet Corps.


No. of 1957.







Police Act (Amr!endment).


[L.S.]


I Ass.F NT,
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.
29th July, 1957.









ANTIGUA.

No. 9 of 1957.


An Ordinance to amend further the Police Act,
1951.

[BY PROCLAMATION]

ENACTED by the Legislature of the
Colony of Antigua.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Shorttitle.
Police Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957, and
shall be read as one with the Police Act, 1951, L. Is. Acts.
as amended, !'r.r ;i:itier called the Principal Act.


2. Paragraph (c) of subsection (2) of
section 28 of the Principal Act is hereby
repealed.

3. Sections 29 and 31 of the Principal
Act are hereby repealed.


ov 444-wa
1 0,0Z.
0 <' < _____


Commence-
ment.


13'l956.
S.R. &O. 1958
No. 22.
Repeal of
section 28(2)
(a) of the
Principal Act.

Repeal of
sections 29
and 31 of the
Principal Act,


\:.nT ;UA.


No, 9 of( 195>7






ANTIGCA. 2 Police Act (Amendment). No. 9 of 1957.
Amendment 4. Section 33 of the Principal Act is
of te rinc hereby amended as follows:-
pal Act.
(a) by the substitution of a colon for
the full-stop at the end of subsection (1)
and the addition thereto of the following
proviso-
Provided that-
(a) no such charge or complaint
against an Inspector shall be heard
by any Gazetted Police Officer other
than the Commissioner and no In-
spector or subordinate police officer
shall be liable to the punishment of
confinement to barracks;
(b) where a charge or complaint
is made against a subordinate police
officer holding the rank of sergeant
or above and such charge or com-
plaint is heard and determined by a
Gazetted Police Officer other than
the Commissioner, the Gazetted
Police Officer shall not impose any
of the aforesaid sentences but shall-
(i) where such subordinate
police officer pleads guilty
to the charge or complaint,
send the record of the pro-
ceedings to the Commis-
sioner who shall impose
any of the aforesaid sen-
tences;
(ii) where such subordinate
police officer pleads not
guilty and is found guilty
of the charge or complaint,
send the record of the
proceedings to the Com-
missioner who shall deal
with the same in the man-
ner provided in paragraph
(6) of subsection (1) of
section 34 of this Act.";






Police Act (Amendment).


(b) by the deletion of subsection (2);
S and
(c) by re-numbering subsections (3)
and (4) as subsections (2) and (3) respec-
tively.

5. Section 34 of the Principal Act is here- Amendment
by amended by deleting and replacing subsection o section
(1) as follows:- cipal Act.
34. (1) Where- Appeals.
(a) an Inspector, subordinate
police officer or constable is dissatis-
fied with a decision given-
(i) by the Commissioner or by
a \listrate under section
33 of this Act; or
(ii) by the Commissioner in exer-
cise of the powers con-
ferred on him by sub-
paragraph (/) of the
proviso to subsection (1)
of section 33 of this Act;
or
(iii) by the Commissioner in exer-
cise of the powers confer-
red on him by paragraph
(b) of subsection (1) of
this section,
he may within seven days after any
such decision has been communicated
to him, appeal therefrom to the
Governor, of the Leeward Islands;
(b) a subordinate police officer of
or above the rank of sergeant is
found guilty of achl:rcete or complaint
which is heard by a Gazetted Police
Officer other than the Commissioner
and the record of the proceedings has
been forwarded to the Commissioner
as required by sub-paragraph (ii) of
paragraph (b) of the proviso to sub.


10. of 195 7.


3 ANTIGUA.






Police Act (Amendment).


section (1) of section 33 of this Act,
such subordinate police officer may,
within seven days after the finding
has been communicated to him,
appeal to the Commissioner who
may exercise any or all of the follow-
ing powers, that is to say: -
(i) return the proceedings for the
taking of further evidence;
(ii) whether further evidence is
taken or not, quash the pro-
ceedings and re-hear the
charge or complaint himself
de novo or order the charge
or complaint to be re-heard
de novo by a Gazetted Police
Officer other than the
Gazetted Police Officer who
heard the same in the first
instance:
(iii) reverse or vary the finding;
(iv) impose any sentence which
he might have imposed
under section 32 of this Act
if he had heard the charge
or complaint himself, cou-
pled (if he thinks fit) with
a recommendation for dis-
missal from the Force;
(c) a subordinate police officer
below the rank of sergeant, or any
constable, is dissatisfied with the
decision of a Gazetted Police Officer
other than the Commissioner, he may
within seven days after the Gazetted
Police Officer's decision has been
communicated to him appeal to the
Commissioner and if he is dissatis-
fied with the Commissioner's decision
he may appeal therefrom to the
Governor of the Leeward Islands
within seven days after the Commis-
sioner's decision has been communi-
cated to him,"


ANTIGUlA. 4l


'N', 9 of 19 t,) "







Police Act (Amendment).


0


6. Section 35 of the Principal Act is
hereby amended-


(a) by the deletion of the words an
Inspector or "; and

(b) by the insertion of the words
below the rank of ser-eant," between the
words officer" and or "


7. Section 36 of the Principal Act is
hereby amended by the deletion of the words
"subsection (2) of" and the substitution there-
for of the words subsection (1) of "

8. The Principal Act is hereby amended
by inserting therein immediately -*'th r section
85 the following new section numbered 85A:-

85A. Wherever in sections 5, 7, 9,
13, 32, 34, 44, 44A, 45, 46, 47, 18, 50, 51,
52, 55, 56, 57, 59, 60, 63, 63A, 64, 66 and
67 of this Act reference is made to "the
Governor of the Leeward Islanrds" such
reference shall be construed to mean the
(Governr of the Leeward Islands, acting
in his discretion."

9. This Ordinance shall come into opera-
tion on a date to be appointed by the Governor
by Proclamation published in the Gazette.


ALIEC LOVE ACE,
president.

Passed the Legislative Council this 28th
day of May, 1957.

F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of Mthe Council.


Printed at the Government Printing Office. Antigna. Leeward Islands,
by E. I3. BLACKMAN. Government Printer.-By Anthority.
1957.


ANTIGUA.

Amendment
of section 35
of the Prin-
cipal Act.


Amendment
of section 36
of the Prin-
cipal Act.


Insertion of
now section
to the
Principal
Act.

Construction
of Governor
of the Lee-
ward Islands"
to mean
Governor of
the Leeward
I islands, act-
ing in his
discretion.


Commence-
mient,


No, 9 of 1957.


k. 47/59--530-8.57,


Price 10 cents.






No. 10 of 1957.


Matrimonial Causes Act
(Amendment).


I ASSENT
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.
10th August, 1957,








ANTIGUA.

No. 10 of 1957.


An Ordinance to amend further the Matrimonial
Causes Act. 1948.

[10th August, 1957]

ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Antigua.


Commence-
ment.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Matrimonial Causes Act (Amendment) Ordinance,
1957, and shall be read as one with the Matrimonial
Causes Act, 1948, as amended, hereinafter called 1/1948.
the Principal Ordinance. s R. o-2.
1956 No. 22.


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


Amendment
of section 29
of the Princi-
pal Ordinance.


ANTIGUA.






AiTIGaA. 2 Matrimonial Cmuses Act
(Amendment).


No. 10 of 195r.


(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."



ALEC LOVELACE,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 17th day
of July, 1957.


F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.

















Printed at the Government Printinil Office, Antigua, Leeward lslanjds
by E. M. BLACKMAN, .B.E., government Printer.- By Authority.
1957.


Price 4 cents,


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No. 11 of 1957. Nurses R..i-tr.ii,,,
(Amendment).





[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.
10th August, 1957.









ANTIGUA.


No. 11 of 1957.


An Ordinance to amend further the
Registration Ordinance, 1954.


Nurses


[10th August, 1957] Commence-
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Antigua.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Nurses Short title.
Registration (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957, and
shall be r:ead as one with the Nurses Registration
Ordinance, 1954, as amended, hereinafter called the 1/i 54.
Principal Ordinance. s1956


2. The Schedule to the Principal Ordinance
is hereby amended as follows:--

(a) by substituting the words "the
Medical Board of Antigua" for the words
"the M'-.1i'. :d I:o:'U ki established in the Medical
Registration District of which the Presidency
-f Antigua forms a part wherever the latter
,vords occur in tl;e said Schedule; and


Amendment
of Schedule
to the Princi-
pal Ordinance.


ANTIGiJA.







ANTIGUA. 2


Nurses Registration
(Amendment).


No. 11 of 1957.


(b) by substituting the words not
exceeding four years" for the words "not
exceeding two years" in paragraph 3 of the
said Schedule.

ALEC LOVELACE,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this 17th day
of July, 1957.

F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council,




























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