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Group Title: Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette.
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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 Material Information
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
Physical Description: 12 v. : ; 25-35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Publisher: Govt. Printer.
Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
Frequency: weekly
completely irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
legislation   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
General Note: Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076853
Volume ID: VID00069
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001667609
oclc - 17270322
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

Table of Contents
    Main
        Page 195
        Page 196
        Page 197
        Page 198
        Page 199
        Page 200
        Page 201
    Antigua, Bill: Development (Electricity) Loan Ordinance, 1957
        Page A-1
        Page A-2
        Page A-3
        Page A-4
    Montserrat, Bill: Income Tax (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
        Page B-1
        Page B-2
        Page B-3
        Page B-4
        Page B-5
    Montserrat, Bill: Title by Registration Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
        Page C-1
        Page C-2
        Page C-3
        Page C-4
        Page C-5
        Page C-6
        Page C-7
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 18 of 1957: Pensions (Amendment) Regulations, 1957
        Page D-1
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 24 of 1957: Defence Force Regulations, 1957
        Page E-1
        Page E-2
        Page E-3
        Page E-4
        Page E-5
        Page E-6
        Page E-7
        Page E-8
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 25 of 1957: Proclamation dated September 6, 1957, bringing into operation the Mental Treatment Ordinance, 1956 (No. 1 of 1957)
        Page F-1
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 16 of 1957: Police Welfare Association (Amendment) Rules, 1957
        Page G-1
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 18 of 1957: Montserrat Postal Service (Amendment) Rules and Regulations, 1957
        Page H-1
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 21 of 1957: Proclamation dated September 7, 1957, made under section 43 of the Montserrat Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1952 (No. 1 of 1952)
        Page I-1
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 25 of 1957: Proclamation dated September 9, 1957, dissolving the Legislative Council of the Colony
        Page J-1
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 26 of 1957: Proclamation dated September 10, 1957, appointint the date for holding a General Election
        Page K-1
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1T 0


GA, iJONTSE 'R. T

AND

VIRGI ISLANDS GAZETTE.

Published by c4lirif: rity,.


VOL. II. THiURSDAY, 12'Tr SEPTEMiBERl, 19'7.


No. 4


With r i r!inc- to I)-. ';lzt/t Nolice
appearing> in the A.71tiUiil, Monl,'errat
anid VTirgoui, l.lids (Gazetle No. 29
of the 4t Jluly. 1957 and in the St.
Ki/tt s-_Vevs-Ang ill'/If (a./ette. No.31
of the litl, July. 1957. it is notified
for gener.i infriir tiion tliat thi Exe-
quatlur liempowerinlg Mr. P. E. Ryan,
Junior to act a's Couisul of tlhe Nether-
land. at IHa,-eterre. f( i th Ish!;dti of
St. Kitts. Nevis, Son mbrero, AjiLuilla.
Dog Isla'.: and the Virgin Islands
receiver d Hi r MaLijesty's signature on
the let A-u,!st, 1957.

Chief 8c&,ta ,'iry,'s O(i,,,

6th ,I'ep! Ihmer, 1957.
t19/0001.

It is nr Itil ti'lr ,ene' al in for ationQ
that as fm 1 e!it, mInber 18th. 1957
the follovitg clhang s in the Medical
Departmeiit will take placr:--

(u) Dr. B. Pilszak, Medical Officer
District 5, t- hie Medical Officer Dis-
trict 6 on which date he will move to
the Mii J Oeficer's quarters at
Bolans:
(') D!. LeAker, to be Mledical Offi-
cer District ;I:;. until his return,
Dr. B. Pilszak will act as Medical
Officer District 5: ;ndi

(c) Dr. A. I. Boyd, to be Medical
Officer District 3.

Admin istrai r', I/,.ie.
N/. John's.
Antilqiu'a.
9th Sferte hb'be I'.. .


The A appointell I he nriiern-anltioned Mar-
riage Office for th e (olony of Antigua:
Pastor C. J. Quashie.
Administrator's Office,
Antilgui.
September, 19.;7.
Ref. No. A. 8/4.

No. 104.

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

Anthonyson, H., Junior Clerk, Peasant
Development Services to be Junior
Clerk, Treasury. Sept. 1
X
7. , -"7

1f?80R


INT( i eS


Edwards. R., to he .Junior Clerk. Elec-
tricity Dlepartment. .Jan. 1
(in substitution /or yVi ,' in
Galie/i uf 29th August, 19.7,7.)

Emmanuel, A. A., Snior Clerk,
Trfiso'i, to be Senior Clerk, Labour
,Depart!mv i t. S"pt. I

Hughes, C., lo be Assistant Plant
Snperinti nden t, Electricity Decpart-
limniil. Jail. 1

Lewis, A. B., S.nijr Cilerk, Labour
Departme-nt to act Accountant,
P?-tasant D-velopinent. S-rvices,
Agricultural Detpartment. Sept. 1

Matthews, E., Junior Clerk. Treasury
to be .1 junior Clerk. Peasiant Devalop-
mnitt Services. Agricultnral Depr.
Sept. I-

Stamers, W.. to 1b Asd-istant Plant
Sop)erintoll niiit, Electricity D)part-
n l lint, .lan. 1

Thomas, R., Peitty O1,.. Class III,
lislriies i)epartmniit. l'l0r4ationary
appoiitrnt-met terminated. A ug. 31



CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES

No. 105.

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

Anltiyua.

No. 38 of 1.'.'i '" The City Rate
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1956 ".
28th A nn.:t, 1957.
47100480.
No. 4 of 1957 The Iegistration of
Uuited Kingdom Patents Act (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1957."
27th August. 1957.
Ref. No. 4710050,7.
,St. Kitls Neris-Anguilla.

No. 33 of 1956, Tle Hotels Aid
Ordinance, 1956 ".
28th August, 1957.
Ref. No. 47/00001.
No. 41 of 1956," The Powers Duties
and Privileges (Transfer) Ordinance,
1956 ".
28th August, 1957.
Uef. No. 47100448.


The Development
Loan Ordinance, 1957."


(Electricity)


Month tarrat.
"The Income Tax (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1957."

The Title by Registration Act
( amendment) Oridnance, 1957."


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0.


No. 4 of 1957. '-Tho Criliers Act
(Amendnent) Ordinance, 1957 ".
28th Augu.i, 1957.L
IRef. No. 47100:o3.
Mont.serraiol.

No. I of 1957. "'The Aerodromes
Orhiii,:mn ", I'>;57 ".
28/h A gu,:Tt, 1957.
Rf. No,. 47/tJl,0 ,2.
No. 4 of 1 57. The Hu ral District
Boaids (A iwundm(.itt) O0iinance,
1957 ''
2*I0/ A o.vi,.t, 1927.
R ef o. o. oi71 ,s.




No. 10;.

His EC(-i'licy thli (Goverilir has
this ldaiy N )(-en p)l asI! tl lo ;issi Ws ;o tlhe
ll t eel'nifr ii ii .ii. O i aini!:rc s:-

Jionix.errait.

No. 10 of 1957, The Animals
(Diseast.d a,,] Importation) (Amend-
ment) Ordinoane. 1957.
4Ih September, 1957.
Ref. No. 17ii(0;0, 0.
No. 13 of 1957 The Development
(Ice and Cold Storage) Loan Ordi-
nance, 1957 ".
2nd September, 1957.
Ref. No. 47/00406
No.14 of 1957, -' The Cotton (Levy)
(Amendment) Ordinance. 1957 ".
2nd S&ptember, 1957
Ref. No. 47/00499.
Chief ..'L, i,'., ','s Office,
Antigua.

No. 107.

The following Bills which are to be
introduced into the Legislative Coun-
oils of Antigua and Montserrat
respectively are circulated with thi.i
Gazette and form part thereof:-
.1 tigua.







6 litH I. aN iIuA, ,tOs rSER 'iAT AN D V I iUGIN ISLANDS GAZEWPTE. [Septcmlnbr 12,1957


No. 108.

The following Statutory Rules and
Orders are cir uilated with this
4dzette and form part thereof:--
Antigua.
.o. 1.8 of 1957, Thi Pensions
(Am-idli,>nt) Regulatiis, 1957."
l1p. Pr'it, 3 cts.
N. 24 Th 1 I)Dee'l:e F'rc e
Rl,;u:ilations, 1957." 'p. Price 10 cls.
N,. 25 of 1957, Proclaimation
dated Soept-e mb(r 6. i957, lriiging
into ipcration the Miital r -annenit
Ordin: mce. 9l6 (No. 1 f4 1957)

lontsei'f .t.
No. 6; of 1957. Thi Iiice ,. 1-
fare Assicia:ion (Am-n'illn .-m ) I' i-',
1 2 7;', t" pp '; i, cis.
No. 18 of 1957. Tin; \lU-ntserrat
Pos'al Hervice (Amrendni,-it) Ril<'s
and ]Regun:tions, 1957."

No,. 2! of 1957, Pro cl;iation
1at-,d Si pt m.'rnber, 7. 1 ,57. n di,, uii dor
seetioi -3 'tive Monitserrat o tii-

(No. 1 of 1952). lpp. Price 3 cts.
Virgin lnefl ns.
No, 25 of 1957, Proela-ition
dfatpd Septt mier 9, 1957. dissoIlving
the Lrgisiative C',-uic I of the
CoK clom." t 1 tp. /'rice 3c.
NO.26 (of 1957, "ProEciiiation 'tat,-d
SepitoinhTr i0, 1957, u ipphijtinlt the
date I'' oli dhig ;a Grier, and E.etine."
P1 )t !'rsrra, 3 comnts.









'1p t sPcificatioas a the C.r-
The Re oistration of Unil ed
Kingdom Patentom .ct.t 1926.

NOT ICE Is ticult1 Y Gf iVEN that
('IELTiON (OPP'lTS) LIMITED,
of Marlow, Buck inhi to hliciire, c-
]arid have npailied for reg'istratioin in
tie t tolony soif of f rirait 'an United
K]in0dom Pnat'nt, No. 750.7j37 (ated
the]; thl day of April1955, and issued
on th, :hn daiy of Febrnar y, 1957. and
have filed iat the Rgistrar's Oflice,
Plynii,', MMontserrat, a complete
i'op- of ti. specifications and the Cer-
tifie f thice tJomptroller General of
the CTnild Kingdom patent Office
givitr futi pa ticanrs of this prtent,
whict, will oe open to public inspec-

hoftw'-n th hours of 9.00 a.m. and
3.30 in. on working days except on
Wednesday when the boors will be
from 9.00 t.m. to 12 noon and Satar-
days from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
Any person may within two months
f pom the (late of thi Advertisement
give notice to the Registrar of op-
position to the issue of a Certificate of
Registration upon any of the grounds
prescrib-d in Section 10 of the patents
Act, 1906, for opposition to the grant
of Letters Patent.
Dated the 27th (lay of August, 1957.

F. 0. C. Harris,
Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
Plymouth,
MJon tserrat,


TRAD 1 MARKS OFI'ICE,
TORTOLA,
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
22nd Angnst, 1957.
WEST INDIAN 'TO1HA(CCO COM-
PANY LI MI'TEI) of1 (,arnp Fleurs,
Eastern Muain RL:.'i, t..)osiph, Trini-
nidad, liritis'i W(-,st IhniH., have
applied f',r r'i--i iraiii ol oo Trade
AlM rk ck >nsisi'u ,F 1 l, f1 ,,wing:-







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in ( !i . !. tr: is to .~ly: Tobacco,
whethlr'lr lnalm tJ'ntc: iii r'.l < 1 ininlann-
facturi 'l.
Any pirsi may \wi!lihin three
months from the date of the first ap-
pearance of this Advertisiien wtit in tho
Anti7uat. ,Monkcni at, nil Virgin'
Mlands G(aaz'/t iv." notice, in dupli-
cateat the Tr: 1 rh arks Oflice', Tortola,
British Virgii isl;nds,ii of opposition
to registratPion ,f thil sii! '1Trade Mark.

II. AL,;X. ESSX-ON,
.Ir..i, r,,. of 7'Tr(i' Mfarlks._

TRADE MAitKS OFFICE,
TOItT(A1,A
BRrT'isn VR.cIN sL.\Ns.
22 u, Augost. i57.
YARDI.EY & COM PAN\Y LIMI-
TED of 10 5. Carpeniter, Ho,
I r:!..rd, London, E., and ;33, Old
Bond Street, London, W., lEnaland,
have anulied for registration of one
Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing:--


in Class 48, that is to say: Perfumery
(including toilet articles, preparations
for the teeth and hair, and perfumed
soap).
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first ap-
pearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin
Island.S Gazette give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Tortola, British Virgin Islands, of
opposition to registration of the said
Trade Mark.
H. ALEX BESSON,
Registrar of Trade Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
22nd August, 1957.

CARRERAS LIMITED of Arcadia
Works, Hainip ',d 3 1o;l. London,
N. W., Enghlind. have aIppli'd for
Registration of one Tradl,. Mark and
desilni coi ):;is' ni of tilt f'olowing:-


AJ.


I .-. -
.


inl c(la-1 45, ti:,t is to s:y: Tobacco,
x wetther n;tiii ;i ciuril or nninann-
Liacured.

Any person may within three
months tll of th f the first appear-
ance of tihe Advertis onent in the
A -i.ig u, 3ol/sierrat tand Virgin
Islands GUaz tt,. give notice in dupli-
ca:tr at the Tra id Marks Office, Tortola,
Irito;i Viri gi IMlands of opposition to
rE",istration '" the said Trade M-rk.

H. Alex Besson,
r i.i. i,-," of Ti'aide Marks,

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOIA,
BRITiS'IH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
21'nd August, 1957.

BLO INDELL, SPENCE & COM-
PANY LI. \ TEDl l auiktidi, Works,
Sculcoate-s Il ini, Hull: aid York
Hunlse, 37 Qu.ii'n Squar Lin;,don,
V. C., Englahid; hiive applied for
Reistration of orne Tral', MIarlk con-
sisting of the following: --


(p. ;." .) ^ j
in Class 1, that, is to y : ('.m in. i
substances used i ll m;nufactllrers,
phot ,graphy or philohsophic-d research,
and altti- lorri sive.-; :lidl in Class f1;,
that is to say: M:u;'iii':'ucrers from
mineral and otier st bst;ances for
building or decoration.
The applicants claim that t hey have
used the said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goods r for fo years respec-
tively before the date of their
application.
Any person may within three
months of the date of the Iirt appear-
ance of the Adv.crtisemieint in the
Antigua, .l'l, ..~ i and Virgin
Islands Gazette. give notice in dupli-
cate at the 'rade Marks 'Office,
Tortola, British Virgin Islands of
opposition to registration of the said
Trade Mark.
H. ALEX BESSON,
JRegistrar of ,i', fo Marks








September 12, 1,,I57j T1I1E ANTIGUA, '.IONT TS HEI UT AN]) VIP(GN JSL.VNJ)S C\ZETTL. ,,;7


TRADE NARKlS OFFICE,
PLYMOUTH.
M0N il'- .!I;A 1,
15th August, 1957.
BRITISH-AMEHIUAN TOBACCO
COMPANY, LIMITED, of West-
minstr House, 7, MillI.!,I ,. London,
S.W., England, have applied for
Registration of four Trade Marks con-
sisting of thl. fo llowiir :--
(1) ,




^S/ .'%.


'TIRADE MARi'EKS OFFICE.
I LYM() tTil.
MOYS'rEI kR AT,
5th August, 19.57.
AlIPI N & P'llHRET P LIMITED
of iXr tort Rort. Yeovil, S i-rset,
Enrgland, have nipplif I for 1-ogr-stra-
tioll 01ttO ljlu n ciU C s i'ttilt2' of

tile


in (his-- 2, that in Stosy: V.-ti riinary
pretarortiw; Ia;n"I il ( a-- 8"), that is
tO St\ -. S'ifedieituli arto rhirijo te11tiralJ


A 11 v trixslm 111 a thi 1 i ithree
flrrt :iii front the drto -f tt-C first
arri';,rm-c of ilbis :\ivertieziiteor i

Jslo/ ~ (~r' , tKi\; titttic H il rhipli-
care :"t hllf Prod. A 1:1tI' s oIftice, MTonrt-
seirar' of op *r'iziolt to r1rist ratirir of
tlbe ardT-tdwar a


F. 0. C. Harris,
l. /itru/ of I',tado Mar/, is.


in Class I that is to s.ay:- paints, var-
nishes (other thin i-InStlatiig varnish),
enimiels ini tihe iiatnure of paint),
painters' colitour, distoempers, japans,
lacquer. paint iand varnlisih driers,
wood tlreserv-;iO \-.; w, anti-
corriosrive ritd :an i-).').!i: r posi-
tio,;s. and antoi-crrsive Ias.


S. apiicant,-s Claim t!iat they have
naed tlie s;'id Tr:;i!e rMark il respect
of tlie said goods fEor 4 years before tlhe
d.at. of their said Ap;lii'o;i( .


Any person imay wtint three
months from thi d;ate of thr firt'.l
appearance of this Adivertliominj-t in
the Antigua, .11. .. I irUi
I.-,iutmds, (a.:e't, give notic-e in dupli-
cat, :it the Tride Marki;s O)fice,
Montserrait, of opposition t0o rc'gistra-
tion of the said Tn'rade iar.k.


r. O. C. Harris,

lRcjii'iisrar of Tri'.'e Mark]:!.


(-i)





in Class 45, that is to say:- Tobacco
whether mannut'cti r-', i or unnmanufac-
tured.
The Applitanti claim that they
have used tihe s;,i Trade Marks
No. 1, 2 and 3 in rlstIect of the said
goods for 53 years before the date of
their said Applie ntiion and the said
Trade Mark No. 4 in respect of the
said goods for 4S y,.a s before the datt
of their said A Il ';.'- i,,hi.

Any person may within three
months from the dat- of tlhe first ap-
pearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua, Montserrat &A Virgin
islands Gazette. give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office, Mont-
serrat, of opposition to registration of
the said Trade Marks.

F. 0. C. Harris,
Regvftrar of Trade Marks.


TENDER NOTICE.

Te[,nhrs are invited for the Con-
struction tof a New Reinforced
Concri'Otr- Bridge at Donavian khrlow'n
as North Siound Bridge. 'An tigmil. to-
gether with the frl' -riaiioni ,of an
earthen elin lla inki flr tiio new
approach i-tiald.

Dr 'virlls ;rt:d S-r-'i rs and
(eintral Condition of Contract for this
work miay l)I in specterd at tihe Office
of the Colonial Engii:eer Pi'iltic VWorks
Department t.

Tenders should )be addressed to the
Colonial Engineer in sealed envelopes
marked "TENDER FOR NORTH
SROUND BRIDGE" and should reach
this office not later than 4 p.m. on
Friday (;th September. 1'.:, .

Government does not hind itself to
accept the lowest or any T-I.'I. r.

Colonial Engineer's 0', i'.
IPullic IVor'cs'-" Deptiartmen .
28th August, 1957.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
PLYMOUTH, MONTSERRAT.
15rth Aut': st, 1957,

BLUNDELL, SPEN(E & CO.,
LIMITED, of Banksidet Works, Sc-l-
coates Lane, Hull, England and York
House, 37. Queen Square, London,
W. C., England, have applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark con-
sisting of the followinll:-


PAM ^3ASiTI
A j/ 1
PA -


SI i MARSHIAL'S OFtFIE,

AN'T'IOi TA.

3rdi Septeinlbr, 1957.


Notice' i- hier-ly r iv Ie tih-t! il t ese
will 1)- s(I, l y Public AIic '0" ; b thin
Comur Houiie in thie City 01' St. J1 hn's
on Thursday tile 26th day of Septen-
her, 1957 at, 3.00 p.im. the S~veral
pieces of lan, I elonoing to the persons
hereaf'tor nitrmedl: tile S:ame having
be,-n levied upon to satisty the Land
Tax for the years 1954-1956:-


Situation of Land



All Saintis

Bailey Hill




Black Point

Body Pond









Bolans Garden

Buckleys


Names of Owner
of Land


All Saints Vestry

Mary J.npmes
Gwendolyn Peters
Saimuel Peters
Mary 'Turn.-l

Edward Marsh

John David
Charles Williams
Joseph Charls
Augusta Davis
George David
Georg( Davis
David Pigott
George Richards
William Henry

Manassah Joseph

Avis Francis


Blizzaris Qnin Farara


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of Wi;


E, I J, S.F I NH&CC.I
,' .have a piej4"i"d f'r N-r s
ow 1., ral I F tN'I'.II" ] Iini.
Aiwin -


in clI" 43. that is to may: ftermnlnted
liquor,: and. spirits.

Th' Applicants claim that they
hitv usedl this mark since April, 11.7.

Any p rson' may within three
1moint s of the dat, of the first appear-
ainc of this \Wdvertise'ent in the
AntiIls. .Molouf.rerirat and Vi'rgin
Islal. / G a fett1, giv,-, noticP in iiHpli-
cate att the 'Trade 'Marks O)ficie, 'T',urt:ll
RBitish Virgin Islands, of opposition
to registration of the said Trrale
Mark.

H. AI.EX BliESSON.
lregistra of Trade Mlarlks.


MADEi~l Al-IlK'S OPFICE,
AN't'1MiA. 2t0t QuoiSi, 19,57.
YARDLEY CiOMPANY 1.,L IMIT-
ED of 105, (larpt-oters Road, Straford
London E. aiii 33. Old Bond 'r .--t
Loitlon V, Egland, h Iave appl~eii
for RIteSrMoiO! O'f one Trade MAlark













ite
I 18 i -'11, 1 i:, to s lI(WilP4'









Love iml: ire te s dd TaW Ain K~11 in
rowt, of H in Md goodmi~S~))II in An\tigua
b,,foro tile dnfe of their sid apf flhii



eyon.~i, iii
.0111 E~ji- ison nfu iay whi tre




appeltArmcf o!' thi; Advorti;;, iue-nL i

1./a 1,4 ii % -ive notil, i n dupll3 n ilar





CECIL 0. Byno
.5M '\ An. 9i







I,& MNs TBAC

No m, M .hawqe o




"Vi
II( 18 Z yY

inl 5~ 45i 'it isII' to s : llirtmf 'l-





















The11)1 tAp 'licaW II l'niO' tlat th

1n rsp' t of I thp 0 aid V1ls sines


Anyr ttte dl q t l ilhin tiid ~p
niocnths fr'oln ihv dwl~ie of tho first
(;',tI'. 1 11. -..I; i\, iii i l lu ) -























cdtPl at tho 1111P lverti Mak Metin
Angl q, (of "u'.,'iti tlo retisin dptio
of tlide SIiaid' 'arit

CIECIL 0. ByiRoN,
pegi"alol r oe T'rade Marks.


LBUI'VISH VIR(ItN ISLANDS,
15th Iuu s" 19p57.


lveo' N ','I' Ic "' AavND

fopitstl forTra








'Ni









in chi 'I 45 th a in Tolm




want':i'if, ori' ::ij'c( nanu faq-~ci~
'Theio A ppIl~l;ti itii e1n they have
usind this 1%I 4, 2,'u' sine May. 1957.
Anv pm~ nii'- 11a x w'hin three
nlltli Li> of tiio &If, o :!c- iP54 atlppar-
''IC 4 thf 1111 i 'I-lit inl the
Ai! abjua, Mi Wi Iyw ''aw I' 'I

2'' Il/ (~'~ ''PI i op~si opl-

Iran Ii i'radot M'arkc.







Bnt't'noV YiI'N [-LAND%,
15 ,tlXAngn, 1917.
THME LIClA TO~I' 15 P
BA('O MUMMY ls't, 4 1(M)fkifth

iflij~i('1l 1( l t'. I''f T'r'I 1 ade.


I~s ens% thPfKfww


4 I~i :' i
I
11T










lb/
4.5 ''', thait i's to -a" IN iia
-vvln i '' I' ut 01 I Cturt i d r, l l'tfinu a-
turo d.



u i 'hi.sTir 1'a MuVi i Felt ar

anco' ofl Ii" A I \''-i't -nent ill the
.1 UtloulI" I' f I 11(1 (Iw!( I ,'i 'flinl
]'qlrd'a (ja "Ill' "tI i' CI' ini dutpli-

tola1, British Virgin WmI "I 4 Is,'I opoi-

Mark,
HI. Alex Besson,
.Reyistirar of' 7'd'ad, -.)? Jii





- pm.!,-12,1957] THE ANTIGUA, '.iONTSERRAT AND VIS;GIN ISLANDS GA i.' !'!. 1I1

On receipt of the news 4o the railway accident in Jamaica the following msage ,of symipati-; was des!patchted.
by His 1'-. .llency the Governir to the Acting Governor, Jamaica, on the 3rd September, 1957.

"' The Govrnments and peoples of the Leeward Islands ha\e been greatly distressed b.t l.he nevs
of the railway accident in Jamaica and desire to express to you and the Government oi .Jamaica their
deep symiatnhy for the victims of this terrible disaster their relatives and friends.

(io ernor. l',I'i /e / T/hrnds."

2. The follon!winr reply has been received from the Acting Governor. Jamaica,

The onisage of sympathy from the peoples of the Leewnc-,,d Islands isz d:eply :ippree;tY d. It has
lein puIllisilcd.


Gtief NCrt,:?rlr'ds (:'.
A I i /]. i 0
10th ,n 'ptemer, i.
8/00027


i HADiEK M AiRKS OFFICE,
A\N'riGUA, 30th August, J. .'7.
B!ITI S- XiEt ICAN TOBACCO COMiPANY LIMITED of WeY nu;,,ter House,
7 iMillbank, London .V W. have applied for Registration of Five Tradei Marks consisting of the following:


,,A






zg:-n.. r ~ 8~`_. i


J'.I

I I''





I ,

I~'I
'I. *J1 IIP-W LLS
-r-,~ I _____


Mark.


I -.. ,1. 4


* ~7I


in Class 45 that is to pay: Tobacco whether manufactured or unmanufactured.

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

Any person may within three months from the date of th; first appearance of this Advertise-
ment in the Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands Gazette. give notice in t' ui; at the Trade
Marks Office, Antig'ua, of opposition to registration of the said Trade iM ri...

CECIL 0. BYRON,
/qeislrar of Trade Mlarks.


.1

'a


Trade
s.







_',i THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERIIAT AND VIN(KiN ISLANDS GAZETTE [September 12, 1957


In Lh:. Supineme Court of the
Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands.

ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.

A.D. 1957.

Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of Rules made by the Chief
Justice under Section 16 of the Wind-
ward Islands and Leeward [Isands
(Courts) Order in Council. 1939, and
duly approved as therein provided on
the 16th day of October A. 1. 1941,
the Honour;lable the Puisne Judge
selected for the sitting of the Court in
the Antigua Circuit has appointed
Tu. -.1 :- the 1st day of October. 1957,
at 11.0( o'clock in the foreAnon as the
day of the month on which tile next
sitting of the Antigna Circuit siall
commence.l


Dated the30th diay of Au.lst, 1957.


CECIL 0. BY O' '.
Kegi.i9rar of tlhe Sjpfiremio ('ourl.


TiOAii \i .On'11- O'FFIK .
\N'! ;( o :. 1 thi A. gu.. 1957.

AL PIN & BAb ':I. ,1MITED of
Newton Road, Yeovil. Soin rset,
Enliil.n.I. have iplipo d for Rei'raion
of one rae raia Mark cinsisti, j `' th-'
following:-




in Classes 2 & 3 ths ij to say iu Clas
2, Veterinary Ijir.t' ions ;tan in
Cla.-s 3, Medicin;i :indi jih:,mnac uti-
cal preparations.

''Th ApplioantBs claim that they
have not nsed the said Tiade Vrl'k in
respect of th- saili pwilr, in Antigua
beore' th-i date of their t said Applica-
tion.

Any ptersoin may within three
months from the date of thi first
appearene( of this ATdv.ri'isTinoent in
the AnWga Jonise' w*'al & Virgin
.lanldx (,lsf. give notice in dupli-
c;te ;t the Trade Mtiark s Office,
Antitua, of opposition to regist'ationi
of the said Trade Mark.


TR.\D ?, MARKS OFFICE,
ANTrIGUA, 20th August, 1957.

JOS-`EPH S. F1; iCH & COMPANY
of 3).0( Fifth Avenue. New York,
U.S.A. have appli'-d ftr R;gistratiou
of mon Trade M:1rkl coi'istiiig of the
folowving:--


J o i o 11 A __ A


in C 43 that is to say: Rum.

'1i. Applicants, claim that they
have :Ised the said 'Trade Mark in
resp, of the said since 16th
April, 1957, befiort the date of their
said \ application:

Any pp.' on may within three
lmonlt frt'mni the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Al/igua, Montserrnt and Virgin
Ilaoii/ (i;a,'/te, Iive notice in dupli-
cate : i i. 'i' e TArks Oilice,
Aniti;,na, of -pipoio ition to, r'-'istration
of th.- ,aid 'i ;:ote :Mark.


Caisrx, 0. BYRON,
/isgistLrei' Of 7"'afd, 110. k.8.


TRADE MARK'S OFFICE.
AlTIRUA&, 20th August, 1!."57.
'i -,T INDIAN TOB'.AtCCO COM-
PAN Y LIM ITrD of ( :,. ; F ieurs,
Eastprn Mailt Road, St. .liepi, 'Trini-
dai, B.W .I. have ;- ppiid !,)!-' Wr ist.ra-
tion of (me 'rad' Mark conisistint of
1:e l ol,"n\ hi i:---









Wn C of P odd api
SI t
/* //





in Cla(t 45f thait i8 to tay, Mnl't;fac-
tured, tobacco.

l'ih- A plicant s claim that thlny
have not u.-t d the said Tral'e Mark in
resptet of the said goods in Antigiua
belort, t hi dalte (f their said appli-
catio n.

Any personn mlay within three
months f r'tm th- date of the first
a.i. i ofr this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Monusirrat & V'.,i;,,
Islands Gazeite. give notice in ,dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.


CECIL O. BYRON,
Registrar of Trade Marks.


TRAI)E MARKS OFFICE,
AN'TIIrut, 20rh Aug ust, 1957.

BILUNDIIL. SP'ENCE & CO.,
LIMITEI: o ai.L, '.V, rk., Scul-
coatois La'i,. fliu ; :;;i York lHouse.
37 Qunenl Square, London, \\W.C. have
atplit- for Registration of one 'Trade
Mark consisting of lthe following: ..


In^."''; b I";


in C(.!iss 1 that is to w::v: ,aiints.
varnish-'s (other than insulating
varnish), tnamels (in the nature of
paint), painters' colo rs, listr pers,
japans. lat(cquers, paint anil varnish
drirs, r w\o,>d pri'srvativ-s. wood
stainll, aluti-corrosive and anti-foiul-
ing compositions, and anti-corr(osive
oils.

The Applicants claim that ltey
have, used thi- said Trade Mark
in irspect e of th- said ,oWlds for
4 years before th. date of their said
Application.

Any person may within three
months from thi date of the first
appearance of this Adv'rtlisement in
the An t.ifga, Mlontlserrat and Virgin
Islands -Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mmu k.

Cecil 0. Byron,
Registrar of Trade Marks.


'THAD) MARKS OFFICE,
AN'J'i(ITA, !' 'l: August, 1957.

LI('W:ETT & MYE1lS TOBACCO
COMP 'NY I' 630 Fifth Avenue,
New "York. .H.A. have applied for
RerAi, "io; of one '1Trad4 Mark


















in ChOlii 45 that is to sa i : Cigarettes.

Thi- Applieants claimt that they
have ',td te said Trad. Mark in
respect oif tdi said goods since lst
May, 1957 -fore the date of their
said A plicat n.
in Cl 45 tpat is t ay : Cihin rettes
oThe Aplifrom te cdate tht they
have ,nrtd t:,:; said Tra:dh Mark int



respect of t hi saidveoos sine ins
May, i't57 tIrfore the dlate of their
said Aplplicatin.

Am3 person may within thJee
months fromn the ,iate rf ihe iirst,
appeal ance i' hias Advelur ise-lell inl
the An i ignu, Montserrot and Virgin
slundt/. Gaze //P, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade iMarks Othice,
Antign (of position to registration
of the said Trad,~ Mark.


CscnL 0. HYRON,
l~e 5/PIs l 1/ of 7'#'ude MrIIt'rIl


1WIL A Hynsw,
i,-_ J 7' aao? -Warlis.







September lD ] TIE A NT[GUA, MON :NTS RAT AND VIU IN ISLANDS G> .AZ : I01


TRADE MARKS OFFICE l-.
PLY1MOrTH. MONTI'SEIt AT.
Sth Anugu, 1,'7.

LIGGE'T. & AYOEi:& T;!ACIO 0
COMIANY of E'l iih Av. r.-. New
York State of New York U71niid States
of Am r.tica have iT;ii ,' R gi:,trxa-
tion of onr- T rade .g of
the following: -













in Clas 45 that is ,,o say:-Cigarett,.


af first use of A-t Wil Tra-
iark is given in the Unired Sataus
Application as Feruary, 1 15.
'Any peson n a, w hi th







months from the date -f tLha' irt
apparancte of this A dv"i men t in
the Antigue, M o-te ra 4' Vi'gin

cate at the Trade Marks O fine. Mont-
sprrat, of opposition to reg-aiin ion of
the said Trade Mark.
F. 0. A. ARRIS,
Registrar ,f ,'- / .- Marks.


TRADE MARKS T OFFICE,
'PLY o0iUTt1. MONTSERRAT.
12: Aug t,. 1957.
IG(ETT i,' MYERiS To'IACCO
COMPANY of. i' '-,, Fifth Avenue,
New Yor.k State ,4 Newv Yoe, United
Sai of Anie rincr:. hiav aptlidi for
R'ig :isitratiln of one Trade Mark con-
sisting (l the t'olitwi n:-







N..








in (la. ;' u!; i o ;y:- Cig rettes.
The' Ap'l:i t.s cI i,'T lil (lt datef
of fir-st 11 the s-,iI T'rade MIark is
given in the I united States Applica-
Tiln as May 1st. 1957.
Any person imy within three
Months fro-m tme ( appeairen o' this A4i-:'Wlisient in
tile An title, 1!, -'. .rW and Firgin
isl/I d G(a:'et/, gi'- 1 (o 'io t iln dupli-
cate at lhei Tr i .,i Oi. ,-
MntserdTt, of op}p int to registra-
tion of trih said Tr-'"d W1t.'k
F' g. 0. ( i VlRISk.
l'eiftirar o(f' Trfde M'arkt.


TRA'Y" 72 NOTICE.

The Antigua Vehicles & Road
Traffic Ordinance, 1946.

By virtue of the powers conferred
on me in Section 2 of the Antigua
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance,
No. 5 of 1946. I hereby fix the period
It-reunder for the lighting ,f vehicles.

Until further notice, thie lighting
period shall Ble fron :. p.1m. to
530) a.on.

l).ed this 22nd- d.s\ of A .-'-t.


A. A. Al. HILL,
Tr i'a(i,: '/omtissioner.


A ,*.&ALL f'fl.,.,:.

Agricultural Department,
A aI ; &.


ironth
Jantnuity
I'h.
\l r.
April
M ity
I7nly
To 7th sep.


19in3. 19 195 1951u 1957.


20.88 27.28 20.j9 29 !!6 20.75


TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
ANTIGUA, 20th August, 1957.
.' .,.0 \VAYVFi, WEi TRANSIT COMPANY, INC., of 863 Massachusetts Avenue, City of Indianapolis,
Indiana, U.S.A. have appli-. for 1e,. istr.itinli of one Trade Mark consisting of the f'..1 .-. ;,g.:-





a, ; .W.E,







in Classes 22 & 39:

Class 22 that is to say: trucks, vans. trailers, carts and tractors.

Class 39 that is to say: packing cases, boxes and cartons of cardboard, corrugated paper, waterproof p.a. hink
paper, oiled paper, corrugated wrapping and packing paper, wooden packing crates
and bNxes.

The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods for 18 years
before the (late of their said A application.

Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua, Montserrat &- Virgin i4anid.s Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua, of
opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.

Cecil 0. Byron,
Registrar of Trade Marks.



Printed at the Government Printing Offioe, Antigua. Leeward Islandg,
by E. M. BLacKM.i, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1957.
(Price 40 cents.]


_ UIL--IC~I~-I-X---I~- -----


- Il-~-V---l --II







No. of 1957, D: .liq,,.n (Electricity) Loan,


ANTIGUA.

No. of 1957.
[BILL FOR]
An Ordinance to make provision for raising
a loan of six hundred and twenty-four
thousand dollars for the provision of addi-
tional power station plant and equipment
for the Government electricity, ice and cold
storage undertaking in the Colony.
[ Commence-
ment.
WHI ERiEAS it is expedient to raise a loan Preamble.
of six hundred and twenty-four thousand
,dollars for the purpose specified in the Schedule
hereto:
ENACTED by the Legislature of the
Colony of Antigua.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Development (Electricity) Loan Ordinance, 1957.
2. The Governor is hereby authorized to Authority to
raise a loan of an amount sufficient to produce Governor to
.borrow
as nearly as may. be the sum of six hundred 62.,ooo.
and twenty-four thousand dollars and such further
sums as may be necessary to defray the expenses
of issue,


ANTIGUA,






ANTIGUA. 2 Development (Electricity) Loan No. of 1957.
Security for 8. The principal moneys and interest
loa. represented by the loan issued under the provi-
sions of this Ordinance are hereby charged upon
and shall be payable out of the general revenues
and assets of the Colony.
Method of 4. The loan hereby authorised or any
raising loan. part of it may be raised in London under the
8/!5,0o. provisions of the General Loan and Stock
Ordinance, 1950 or, notwithstanding anything
to the contrary in the said Ordinance, indepen-
dently of that Ordinance, as the Governor or
the Crown Agents acting on his behalf may
decide.
Application 5. (1) Any sum raised to defray the
of loan. expenses of issue shall be applied only to that
purpose.
(2) Save as aforesaid, the money to be
borrowed under the authority of this Ordinance
shall be appropriated and applied to the purpose
specified in the Schedule hereto.
Constitution 6. (1) If any loan hereby authorised is
of sinking
fund and raised under the provisions of the General Loan
npaymnt of and Stock Ordinance, 1950. then the contribu-
tion to sinking fund as contemplated by the
provisions of sections 14 and 28 of the said
Ordinance, as the case may be, shall commence
in respect of any issue under this Ordinance not
later than one year after the date from which
the interest on such issue shall commence
to run.
(2) If any loan hereby authorised is raised
independently of the General Loan and Stock
Ordinance, 1950, then the following provisions
shall apply:-
(a) So long as any portion of the loan
remains outstanding the Governor shall in
each half-year ending with the day on which
the interest on the loan falls due appropriate
out of the a'cneral revenues and assets of
the (olony a sum equal to one half-year's
interest on the whole of the loan outstand-
ing and shall remit that sum to the Crown







Development (Electricity) Loan.


Agents at such time as will enable them to
pay there-out the then current half-year's
interest on the day on which it falls due.

(b) The Governor shall also in each
half-year ending as aforesaid appropriate
out of the said revenues and assets of
the Colony for the formation of a sinking
fund for the payment of the loan at par an
additional sum in respect of the total
nominal amount of the loan outstanding
equal to one-half of the annual contribution
to be decided upon by the Governor on the
issue of the loan and shall remit that sum
to the Crown Agents with the remittance
hereinbefore mentioned:

Provided that the said contribution
shall commence not later than one year
after the date from which the interest on-
the loan shall commence to run.

(c) The aforesaid contribution shall be
not less than such amount as may he
determined with the approval of the Secre-
tary of State to be -oltb1i.-nt to redeem the
loan at its due date.

(d) The Crown Agents shall place at
interest or invest so much of the monev so
remitted to them as aforesaid as shall not
be required for the payment of interest for
the current half-year in the purchase of
such securities as may be approved by the
Secretary of State as a sinking fund for the
final extinction of the debt and the Crown
Agents shall also place at interest or invest
the dividends, interest or produce of such
investments in the purchase of like securi-
ties and may from time to time with the
approval of the Secretary of State change
any such investments and shall hold such
funds in trust for the i.:pay iip'iit. of the
principal moneys for the time being repre-
sented by the loan.


No. of 1957.


3 ANTIGUA.






ANTIGUA. 4 Development (Electricity) Loan.


(e) In case the sinking fund provided
for by this Ordinance shall be insufficient
for the payment of all the principal moneys
borrowed under the authority of this Ordi-
nance at the time the same shall have
become due the Governor shall make good
the deficiencies out of the General revenue
and assets of the Colony.

President.
Passed the Legislative Council this day
of 1957.

Clerk of the Council.

SCHEDULE


For the provision of additional power station plant
and equipment for the Government electric, ice and
cold storage undertaking in the Colony $624,000


OBJECTS AND REASONS.

The object of this Bill is to make provision for the
raising of a loan in the United Kingdom of $624,000 in
order to provide additional power station plant and equip-
ment for the Government electric, ice and cold storage
undertaking in the Colony.

W. E. JACOBS,
Ati'rnr' General.

Attorney General's Chambers,
St. John's,
Antiqga.
20th May, 1957.



Printed at 1 ia Government Printing Office, Antigua, rLeward Islands,
by E. M. BLAnr.OAN, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1957,
47/221-330-9.57. Prime 6 ctnts.


No. of 1957.







No. of 1957. Income Tax (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1957.


MONTSERRAT.


No.


of 1957.


BILL FOR


An Ordinance to amend further the
Ordinance, 1945.


Income Tax


ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony of
Montserrat.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the In-
come Tax (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957, and shall
be read as one with the Income Tax Ordinance,
1945, as amended, hereinafter called the Prin-
cipal Ordinance.

2. Section 2 of the Principal Ordinance is
hereby amended by inserting the following ex-
pressions immediately after the expression
"Commissioners" -

"The Commronwealth" shall be deemed to in-
clude those territories and their depen-
dencies which are named in the First
Schedule to this Ordinance;


MOXNTSERRAT


Commence-
ment.


Short title.

6/1954,
3/1947.
3/1950
22/1956.

Amendment
of section
of the
Principal
Ordinance.







2 Income Tax (Amendment) No.


"Commonwealth income tax" means any in-
come tax charged under any law in force
in any part of the Commonwealth other
than the United Kingdom.
Amendni.nt 3. Subsection (3) of section 4 of the Prin-
of section
4 of t11 cipal Ordinance is hereby amended:-
Principal
Ordnance (i) by substituting the words "The
Commonwealth" for the words "His
Majesty's dominions or in any place
under His Majesty's protection" and
the words "His Majesty's dominions
or in that place under His Majesty's
protection"; and

(ii) by deleting the words "or place".
Ameind i t 4. Paragraph (g) of section 11 of the Prin-
1 of ihe cipal Ordinance is hereby amended -
Principal
Ordinance
(i) by substituting the word "Com-
monwealth" for the word "Empire";
and

(ii) by deleting the words "as defined
by this Ordinance".
^mend ..t 5. Sub-paragraph (iv) of paragraph (c) of
21 of th section 21 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby
Ordin ne. amended by substituting the words "the Com-
monwealth" for the words "His Majesty's
dominions or in territory under His Majesty's
protection".
Amendinmnt 6. Subsection (2) of section 29 of the Prin-
nof nT 2q cipal Ordinance is hereby amended by deleting
Prnp the words ". not being a British subject or a firm
or company whose principal place of business is
situate in His Majesty's dominions or in ter-
ritory under His Majesty's protection, or a
branch thereof".
Ampidnment 7. Section 52 of the Principal Ordinance is
52 of thf hereby amended as follows:-
Principal
Ordinance, (i) by inserting the words "Subject to
the piovisions of subsection (3) of
this section" a.t the beginning of
subsection (1) and subsection (2)
thereof;
(ii) by substituting the words "Com-
monwealth income tax" for the
words "Empire income tax" where-
ever they occur in the said section;


of 1957.


MONTSERRAT







No, of 1957. Income Tax (.C- MIN;dnelt) 3 MONTSERRAT

(Iii) by substituting the words "the
rate of Commillonwel lth income tax"
for the words "the Empire rate of
tax" wherever they occur in the
said section; and

(iv) by substituting the following sub-
section for subsection (3) thereof -

"(3) No relief shall be granted
in accordance with the provisions
of subsection (1) or subsection (2)
of this section in r.-.i,, of Com-
monwealth income tax charged in
any part of the Commonwealth un-
less the legislature of that part has
provided for relief in respect of tax
charged on income both in that part
and in Montserrat in a manner
similar to that provided for in this
section.

8. Subsection (3) of section 52A of the Amendrnmnt
Principal Ordinance is hereby amended tiofhe
Pinicip.jl
,rdinaInce
(i) by substituting the words "part of
the Commonwealth" for the words
"part of His Majesty's Dominions";
and

(ii) by deleting the words "or the
Presidency".

9. Section 57 o- the Principal Ordinance is section 57 of
hereby repealed and replaced by the following:- ri'ipal
nld re-
p i lr'd,

57. Immediately on receipt of the
"Provost
warrant the Provost Marshal shall pro- .lsh~ to
ceed to levy upon all the goods, chattels d ~ Q
and lands of the persons against whom gooad
the warrant is directed and to sell in .
the manner provided in section 58 of
this Ordinance so much of the same as
may be required to satisfy the several
sums due on account of the tax from
the persons against whom the warrant
is directed."

10. Immediately after section 64 of the .'"Ier'ton of
new sectior
Principal Ordinance the following new section l4A ui. h,
numbered 64A shall be inserted:- principal
"rdin:anc'e.







Nl(Y1'$.XTi8ER 4 Income Tax (Amiendmtnni. N o,


"Books oi 64A. Any person tl-'.t il in any
se kept. business by way of trade carrying a
stock in trade in excess of five hundred
dollars or in any profession shall keep
in the English Language proper books
of account sufficient to record all trans-
actions necessary in order to ascertain
the gains and profits made or the loss
incurred in each such business or pro-
fession, and any such person who fails
to- comply with this provision shall be
guilty of an offence against this Ordi-
nance, and in addition to any t- i.alty
incurred he shall be liable to pay any
tax to which he may be assessed under
the provisions of this Ordinance."


11. Section 70
is hereby amended
second "Second
Schedule".


pf the Principal Ordinance
by ,il--titin'- the words
Schedule" for the word


12. The Schedule to the Principal Ordi-
nance shall be renamed "SECOND SCHEDULE".



13. The following Schedule to be inserted in
the Principal Ordinance as the First Schedule
thereto: -

FIRST SCHEDULE


Aden
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
Australia
Antigua
Bahamas
Barbados
Basutoland
Bechuanaland
Bermuda
British Guiana
British Honduras
British Solomon Islands
British Virgin Islands
Brunei
Canada
Ceylon
Channel Islands
Cyprus
Dnmlinica
Falkland Islands


Federation of Malaya
Fiji
Gambia
Ghana
Gibralter
Gilbert and Ellice Islands
Grenada
Hong Kong
India
Isle of Man
Jamaica
Kenya
Malta.
Mauritius
New Hebrides
New Zealand,
Ni%.' 11,.
North iHorimo
North R ltihodesia
Nyasalatid P'rotectorate


Amendment
of section
70 of the
Principal
Ordinance.

Schedule to
the Principal
Ordinance
renamed
Second
Schedule,

First
Sche duk
inserted in
Prircipal
Ordinance,


of 1957.







No. of 1957. Income Tax (Amendment) 5 MONTSEiURAT


FIRST SCHEDULE--(Continued)


Pakistan
St. Christopher-Nevis &
Anguilla
St. Helena
St. Lucia
St. Vincent
Sarawak
Seychelles
Sierra Leone
Singapore
Somaliland Protectorate
Southern Rhodesia


South-West Africa
Swaziland
Tanganyika
Tonga
Trinidad & Tobago
Uganda Protectorate
Union of South Africa
United Kingdom of
Great Britain and
Northern Ireland
Zanzibar."


President.


Passed the Legislative Council this


day


,1957.


Clerk of the Council.

OBJECTS AND REASONS.
The object of this bill is to amend the In-
come Tax Ordinance, 1945, in accordance with
the 'recommendation of the Secretary of State
by substituting the term "Commonwealth" for
"Empire" and by providing that non-resident
British subjects and companies should have the
same liability to income tax as other non-
residents.
2. Opportunity is being taken (a) to re-
place section 57 of the Ordinance by a section
empowering the Provost Marshal to levy upon
the lands (in addition to the goods and chattels)
of tax-defaulters and dispensing with the notice
of intention to sell previously required, and (b)
to add a new section to the Ordinance requiring
persons engaged in business over a certain
minimum size a.nd professionals to keep, books of
accounts.
3. The bill is based on the Income Tax
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1956 (No. 27 of 1956)
of St. Christopher-Nevis and Anguilla (omitting
sections 10 & 11).
F. O. C. HARRIS.
Crown Attorney.


Antigua Printery Ltd.








No. of 1957. Title by Registration Act
(Amendment).


























MONTSERRAT.


No.


MONTHS RAT


of 1957


BILL FOR


An Ordinance to amend further the Title by
Registration Act.


Commence -
ment.


ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony of
Montserrat.


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


Short title.

Cup. 99;
Acts 7/1928
21/1932
5/1935
15/1937
4/1943
21/1944
9/1954
;cmd Ordin-
:ilnce
2:/1956.
S.R. & 0
1956 No. 15







MONTSEPsRAT 2 Title by Registration Act No. of 1952.
(Amendment).
Section 12 2. Section 12 of the Principal Act is hereby
of the
P cipal repealed and replaced as follows:-
Act repealed
and replaced.
'siht to- 12. (1) Land not registered under
first certi-
ficate de- this Act may be so registered -
fined and
"'"-', (a) if the applicant can show
a good documentary title thereto in
himself and his predecessors in
ownership for at least thirty years
next before the date of the presenta-
tion of the request under this Act;

(b) if, notwithstanding that
such documentary title thereto can-
not be shown, the Court is satisfied
from the- deeds or other documents
accompanying the request that the
applicant has the right to claim the
land as owner and that he himself
has been in undisturbed possession
of the same continuously during the
period of twelve years next before the
date of the presentation of the re-
quest under this Act;

(c) if the applicant has, by
descent or by will or deed, acquired a
title to the land from a person who
would have been entitled himself to
have the land registered in accord-
ance with the provisions of para-
graph (b) of this subsection;

(d) if the land has been in the
sole and undisturbed possession of the
applicant alone in his own right or
as executor, administrator or trustee,
or partly in the sole and undisturbed
possession of the applicant in any
such right and partly in the sole and
undisturbed' possession of any other
person through whom he claims,
continuously for a period of thirty
years next before the date of the
presentation of the request under
this Act.

(2) The application to bring land
under this Part of this Act shall be made
by the owner who shall present a reqiie.st







No. of 1957. Title Dy Registration
(Amendment),

to the Registrar of Titles for the issue to
him of a first certificate in respect of the
land ds irs-d in the request.
(3) \\ hi r- the owners of the land
are joint tenants, tenants in common or
coparceners, the rlqt-i l shall be made in
the names of, and shall be signed by, all
of them,
(4) 'The rPi u, I shall be in Form 1
in the Second Schedule a.nd shall be
accompanied at the time of presentation
by all the titles, deeds or other documents
under which the applicant claims to. be
the owner of the land.
(5) Forthwith upon the presentation
of the request, the RT. idlr.ir of Titles
shall thereupon proceed to give public
information of such application by ex-
hibiting on the door of the Court House
a copy of the schedule of applications in
Form 3 in the Second Schedule. and the
':I 1 -.. n presenting the request shall give
further notice of such application by
* iiln*r that part of the said schedule of
applications which relates to his appli-
cation to be advertised in two issues of at
least one newspaper published in the
Colony. and no such certificate shall be
issued until the expiration of four weeks
from the date of exhibiting the schedule
or from the date of the first appearance
thereof in the said newspaper.

(6) The applicant shall also within
seven d:l.'-: after the presentation of the
request cause notice of the application to
be served personally upon all owners or
occupiers of land adjoining the land for
which a first certificate is applied for. and
no certificate shall be issued until proof
has been given by the applicant that
such notice has been given and that four
weeks have cr:pir'-d since the c'iving of
that notice.

(7) A Judge may. upon or without
any ..lpili iflini, order such special
notification to individuals or generally.
nr -, direct s(h1 p !h ie ,.-,' ';.isement


Act 3 IVIO4I:ftSERR'AT






MO.Twr.w-.l 4 Title by Registration Act No. of 1957.
(Amendment).

of the ai iili'.li ini for the first certificate
in new-.iuaI,-r, outside the Colony as may
to him appear-just and reasonalbe.

(8) Every request for the issue of a
first certificate shall be accompanied by a
plan made by a licensed surveyor, and
the Registrar of Titles shall reject any
plan which he considers insufficient sub-
ject to an appeal to a Judge in Chambers.

(9) Where the application for a first
certificate is in any respect based on
possession of the land, the request shall
be.accompanied by ..Wtil.ivits of the appli-
cant and of two other persons at least,
and such affidavits shall set out in detail
the facts establishing that the applicant
has been in sole and undisturbed posses-
sion of the land continuously for the
period of time required by this section as
well as the acts of ownership exercised
over the land and shall prove that the
rents, fruits and profits accruing out of
the land have been taken and appro-
priated by the applicant as owner drini-
such period."

I .lion 14
t ih, Pin 3. Section 14 of the Principal Act is hereby
,,.,i-.i repealed and replaced as follows:

"',' ... 14. (1) Possession for the ni l m, st
i 0 b e a l l bs o s s
....i, of section 12 of this Act shall be posses-
owne. sion as owner by a rr-.n. his heirs,
executors, administrators or assigns and
not as an encuinbrancer holding a life
interest or interest, for a term of years or
other less estate.
(2) A certifilate of title issued under
section 13 of this Act to an executor,
administrator or trustee shall be express-
ed as having been issued to the appli-
cant a.s such executor, administrator or
trustee.'
mFniiem 4. Section 19 of the Principal Act is hereby
iI If he ameuded -
Prin 'ip-al
Act (i) by substitute, tt i.u words and figures
"Crown Proct'tedu 11w':- i)Ortditlnance, 1954"
for ti.he words "Cr.own Suilts Act or
any Ordinauce Ini,..,liti, repealing






NL. of 1957. Title by Registration Act 5 M'.-i -
(Anmendment).
or substituted for the same" in sub-
subsection (2) of the section.
'19/1954" for "3 of 8/23" in the
marginal note thereto; and
(ii) by substituting the words "into the
general revenue of the Colony" for
the words "into the said fund" in
section (2) of the section.
5. Subsection (2) of section 34A of the Prin- Amrndment
cipal Act is hereby amended by substituting 3 of th
"Subsections (5), (6), (7) and (8) of section 12 as Prn,'pa
well as section 13" for "Sections 12 and 13"
occurring therein.
6. The Principal Act is hereby amended by i i-crtion of
inserting therein immediately after section 34A nthfsectins
the following sections numbered 34B, 34C, 34D, Prncipal
34E and 34F:- A
34B. Where a certificate of title has '1..le a.
been issued without a plan attached it icut, o
shall be lawful for the Registrar of Titles Ith
at the request of the r',-i-.ltered pro- -.-
prietor to issue to such registered pro-
prietor a new --i ill.i.t, of title with
plan attached.
34C. Notwithstanding anytti it to Hv-''"t for
4j, t :,rrt:t
the contrary contained in this Act, from 1uat. of
and after the coming into operation of lc- ,'
this section every request for the issue of p .u;d by
a first .certificate of title and, when there plan.
is no plan attached to the certificate
of title, every application made under
sections 34B and 144 of this Act for ,the
issue of a new icr in.'.ti,' of title and
every transfer and every request for
tr an mission of land registered
under Ihis Act and every request for the
issue of a new certificate of title under
the provisions of sections 34E and 34F of
this Act shall be accompanied by three
plans of the land to be described in the
certificate of title, two of which shall be
attached to the original and duplicate
I-'li:Il *, of title when issued.
34D. S .,,' I ..: (5), (6), t( ) and section
(8) of section 12 as well as section 13 of 2( () m
this Act shall have .rit.- mutatis section Ip
mulundti._, on every request made under 0' "qui ,
sections 34B and 34C of this Act. uner
and i 4C.






MO1TSERRA't 6 Title by Registration Act No, of 1957.
(Amendment).

Partition 34E. Where an Order for the parti-
tion of land r-til.tf red under this Act
is made by the Court the Writ of Parti-
tion directed to the Provost Marshal shall
be c iuli.- irt. to authorise the Provost
Marshal to transfer to the several parties
amongst whom the land has been
partitioned their respective portions, and
subject to the production of the required
plans by the respective parties concerned
the Registrar of Titles shall at the re-
quest of the Provost MI:,.-hIl issue certi-
ficates of title to the said parties for their
respective portions at their expense.

Rectifica- 34F. If it is proved to the satisfac-
pions. tion of the Court or a Judge that any
error or discreniin appears on a plan
1 -i!t-r'ed under this Act he may direct
such ii~liiry as he may think fit to be
made into the circumstances of the case
and upon proof of such error or dis-
crepancy order that the plan be corrected
or r.--rifilld or that a new plan be made
and substituted for the former: Provided
that on every such inquiry four weeks
notice shall be given to the owners or
occupiers of lands arlia '1-it to the portion
of land crlniii- i-,-1 in the plan to be cor-
rected or rectified and likely to be affect-
ed by such correction or rectification and
provided further that when a new plan is
ordered section 34D of this Act shall also
apply to this section."
Amendment 7. Section 136 of the Principal Act is hereby
of section
136 of the amended -
Principal
Act.
(a) by inserting a common after the
word "clerks": and

(b) by inserting the words "or by means
of a rubber stamp" between the said comma
and the words "if suchh.

Am.- .mntnt 8. Section 146 of the Prin. il,;:i Act is hereby
i oTf amended by substituting the word ';- npn: rs" for
Principal the word "bears".
Act.
Amer dior 9. Section 164 of the Principal Act is hereby
164 ot th" amended by .iibtlitiitin' the word "Crown" for
rncipal the words "assurance fund".








No. of 1957. Title by Reoi.sltrti, n Act 7 MONTSERRAT
(Amendlment).

10. Section 165 of the Principal Act is here- Ammod-rm-nt
by amended by ib.slit i ii the words "Supreme Los of
Court" for the words "Ciri nit. Court". ','

11. Section 170 of the Principal Act is here-
by amended by inserting the words "or otherwise A ..nd.,,cnt
contrary to the provisions of section 19 of the o 70 't th
Supreme Court Act, 1939" between the words "for Principal
or in expectation of any fee, gain or reward" and Act
the words "and a further affidavit"; and sub-
stituting "20/1939" for "Cap. 22" in the !n:r.!iiall
note to the section.

President.

Passed the L.aisl5lIiv,, Council this

day of 1957.

Clerk of the Council,


OBJECTS AND REASONS.

The object of this Bill is to revise the Title
by Reti't r.tiont Act in the following respects:---

(i) by seeking to make provisions to de-
fine more precisely the right of the
owners of unregistered land to bring
the same under the operation of the
said Act (Clauses 2 and 3); and

(ii) by seeking to amend the Act in
other respects which are deemed
necessary.
2. Clauses 2 and 3 of the Bill are based upon
the Title by Registration Act (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1949 (No. 2 of 1949) of Dominica. and
clause 6 of the Bill is based upon the Title by
Registration Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950
(No. 15 of 1950) of the same Colony.

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


Anligua Printery Lid.








A NTI UA.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDER .
1957, No. 18 .

THa PINSIONS AMENDMENTN) REGULATION'S, 1.s7.
S-JULY 16, 1957, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL
WITH THE SANCTION OF THE SECRETARY OF STATIC UNDER
THE PROVISIONS OF SUBSECTION (2) OF SECTION 3 OF
Tmi PENSIONS ACT, 1947 (No. 12/1947).

1. Citation. These Re-gil:ti..n- may be cied as the
PciesioIls (Amendment) Regulations, 1957, and shill be read
as one with the Pensions Regulations, 1947, cnmta:ned in the
First Schedule to the PtenEions Act, 1947, as mnnendeo, herein-
after called the Principal Regulations.

2. A amendment. The Principal regulationss are
herchyv attended by substituting-
(a) f,,r the word the service of the Colony and
service in the Colony wherever they occur, the
: words service under the Government of the Colony ";
(b) for the words wholly in the Colony in
R-Peguliations 3, 9 and 10 the words wholly under the
the Governmnent of the Colony "
(c) for the words a pensionable office in the
Colony in regulations 4 and 6 the words" a pensionable
office under the Government of the Colony ";
(d) for the words "if the whole of her public
service had been in the Colony in regulation 13 the
words if the whole of her public service had been under
Governm ent of the Colony"
Matd by the (Governor in Council this 16th day of
July, 1957.
F. A. CLABRKE,
Clerk of the Couni('.
Laid before the Legislative Council this 23rd day of
August 1957.
F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk ot the Counc'l.
PrintCed at thti Government Printing Offioe. Antigua. L. eevird Islhads,
by E. M. BLtKMAN, GOVERNMENT PRINTE,.-By Authority.
1957.
A47/62-530-9.57. [ Price 3 cents.]

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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 24.
TnE DEFENCE FORCE REGULATIONS, 1957, MADE BY THE
COVEwINOR UNDER) SECTION 25 OF THE DEFENCE FORCE
ORDINANCE, 1955 (No. 5 or 1955).


1. CIrrATIo. These Regulations may be cited as the
Defence Force Regulations, 1957.
2. INTERPRETATION. In these Regulations-
"the Force" means the Antigua Defence Force;
"regulation means a regulation of these Regulations;
Schedule means a Schedule to these Regulations;
section means a section of the Defence Force Ordinance,

"training year" means the year commencing on the 1st
of January and ending on the 31st of December.
3. AGE LIMITS FOR APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS. (1) NO
person who has not attained the age of 18 years shall be
appointed as an Officer of the Force.
(2) No person who has attained the age of 31 years shall
be appointed as a Scccond-Lieutenant of the Force:
Provided that the Governor may, in rany special case where
the circumstances so warrant, waive the operation of this
paragraph.
4. OFFICERS APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNORR UNDER SECTION
7. (1) The Governor may under section 7 appoint the follow-
ing officers of the Force:-
(a) Lieutenant Colonels;
(b) Majors;
(c) Captains;
(d) Lieutenants and Second Lieutenants.







(2) In addition to the Officers specified in paragraph (1)
of this regulation, the Governor may under section 7 appoint
fit and proper persons to be Officers for the purpose of peform-
ing the duties of Judge Advocate, Surgeon, or 'Caplain and
such persons shall hold such rank and seniority as may be
proper and as the Governor may from time to time direct.
5. PnoMOTIoN OF OFFFICERS. (1) Every Second-
Lieutenant, if recommended by the Commanding Officer, will
be promoted, after 12 months service, to the rank of Lieutenant.
(2) Promotion will as a general rule be governed by
establishment and will be given in volunteer force seniority to
Officers qualified by service in the field and by examination;
but in the interest of the Force it may be necessary to promote
or appoint Officers who are not next in seniority or who have
not served in the lower rank.

6. RETIRING AGE or OFFICERS. The Officers hereunder
specified shall retire from the active list on their attaining the
ages hereunder set forth:-

(a) a Lieutenant-Colonel 55 years
(6) Majors 50 ,
(c) Captains 50 ,
(d) Lieutenants 45 ,,

Provided that the Governor may if he thinks fit from time
to time extend, for periods of not more than 3 years at any one
time, the retiring age as aforesaid with respect to any particular
Officer, and provided further that the retiring age as aforesaid
shall not be extended by more than (i years.

7. RESIGNATION OF OFFICERS. (1) The Governor may,
in his discretion, grant permission to an Officer to resign his
commission and where an Officer applies to resign on the
ground of ill-health, he may request that he be medically
examined.
(2) An Officer may be required to resign his commission-
(a) where he is found guilty of misconduct and such
finding is confirmed by the Governor; or
(b) where in the opinion of the Governor the
circumstances so require,








and where such an Officer refuses to resign his commission
within the time specified by the Governor, the Governor may
direct that the name of the Officer be removed from the list of
Officers.
8. PRELIMINARIES TO ENLISTMENT UNDER SECTION 12(1).
(1) Where any person applies to enlist in the Force he shall be
given a document in the form from time to time approved by
tlhe Commandant, containing a summary of the terms of service
and liabilities, of a member of the Force.
(2) No person shall be attested under section 12(9) until
the attesting Officer is satisfied that such person fully under-
stands the tntunr and purport of such document.
(3) No person shall be attested under section 12(9) before
he has undergone the medical examination referred to in
regulation 9.
(4) An application for enlistment shall be in the form
from time to time approved by the Commanding Officer.
9. PaYSICAL FITNESS. (1) The standards of physical
fitness required under section 12(1) (d) shall he those for the
time being r( quired for enlistment in Her Majesty's Regular
Army:
Provided that the Commanding Officer may, if the
circumstances so warrant, approve of the enlistment of men who
are below such standards of fitness.
(2) In order to ascertain their physical fitness, applicants
for enlistrment shall, and other ranks who desire to be re-
engaged may be required to undergo a medical examination.
(3) Such medical examination shall be conducted by one
or more Surgeons of the Force appointed under regulation 4(2).
10). PEtiO.NS INELIGIBLE FOR ENLISTMENT IN THE FORCE.
The following persons shall not be eligible for enlistment in the
Force:-
(a) persons who are members of Her Majesty's
military naval or air forces;
(b) persons who are members of the Leeward Islands
Police Force;

(c) persons who have been discharged from any of
those forces for misconduct of any sort, or with it bad or
indifferent character.








11. RETIRING AGE FOR OTEIR RANKS. Except with the
permission of the Cornmanding O i ..ir first had and obtained,
every non-commissioned officer and volunteer shall retire from
the Force on his attaining the age of 50 years.
12. ANNUAL TRAINING UNDER SECTION 13(1)(a). (1)
Annual training under section 13(1)(a) shall take the form of
Camp Training or Training Exercises, or of both Camp Training
and Training Exercises.
(2) For the purposes of pay and allowances, every day's
attendance on annual training shall count as 1 day, provided
that the period of time covered by the training on any one day
shall not be less than 7 hours.
13. PAY AN) RATION ALLOWANCE WHEN IN TRAINING
UNDER SECTION 13(1)(a). Subject to the provisions of this
regulation, every member of the Force, while in annual training
under section 13(1)(a), shall receive rations or ration allowance
at such rate as may be approved by the Governor, and shall
receive pay at the following rates per day:--
(a) Lieutenant-Colonel $12.00
(6) Major 10.00
(c) Captain 8.00
(d) Lieutenant 6.00
(e) Second-Lieutenant 4.75
(/) Company Sergeant \I.-ir 3.50
(g) Company Quarter Master Sergeant 3.50
(h) Colour Sergeant 3.50
(i) Sergeant 3.00
(j) Corporal 2.50
(k:) Lance-Corporal 2.00
(1) Volunteer 1,75

14. PAY F OR DRILLS. (1) Subject to the provisions of
this regulation, every non-comnaissioned officer or volunteer
shall be paid the sum of 25 cents in respect of every drill
attended by him, up to a number not -..*...i i,- 80, iurliii a
training years






5

Provided that no sum shall be payable under this para-
graph in respect of drills attended by the non-commissioned
officer before he was approved as atoresaid as an instructor.
(2) Payment under this regulation shall be made at the
last parade before Christmas in each training year:
Provided that-

(a) where a member of the Force is discharged
therefrom, payment may be made at any time after such
discharge; and
(1) the Commanding O r i.. may, in his discretion,
make payment at the end of any Iquarter in respect of drills
attended during that quarter.
15i. \W eArN TRAINING COURS. (1) Al other Ranks
who complete the Annual Training (Colir e and reach the
qualification standards required shall receive a grant as set out
hereunder:-

Marksman
First Class Shot 4
Second Class Shot 3
Qualification 2

(2) Payment of such grant shall be made at the end of
the quarter during which a member of the Force so qualifies.

16. LausNmR ALLOWANCE. Everv member of the Force
shall receive a laundry allowance of 1i in respect of every
period of annual training or embodiment.
17. PAY OC EIMODIMENT. (1) Every member of the
Force who, on embodiment, is found to be physically fit and is
retained for military duty shall be paid a gratuity of $5.
(2) lie will, during the period of his embodiment, receive
rations or ration allowance at such rate as may be approved by
the Governor and shall receive pay at the daily rate specified in
regulation 13.

18. DisAri Ii.TiO (( Io N [oNIIO ARMIS AND APPOINT.
MENTs.. The Commatnding Officer shall distribute the uniforms,
arms, ammuunition and appointments within the Force as he
many consider best for the efficiency of the Force.








1D. SAFE CUSTODY AND MAINTENANCE OF UNIFORM,
ARMS AND) A.i'oi' ONinENTs. Every member of the Force shall
be re;sponsiile for the safe custody and maintenance, in a state
of military efficiency, of the uniform, arms and appointments
entrusted to him.
20. UNIFOlRMS AND ECUl'PMENT. Every member of the
Force shall be priqvidled with such uniform and equipment as is
set out in the Schedule.
21. Ails, UNIF: RM AND EQUIPMENT TO BE DELIVERED)
UP IN GOOD ORDER BY OTHER RANKS ON LEAVING THE FORCE.
Where any n, i-c mmnnisioned officer, or volunteer retires or is
discharged from the Force he shall deliver up to the Command-
ing Officer or any person authorized by him, in good order
(fair wear and tear excepted) l:is arms, uniform and equipment.

22. F:oR oF C('t'lm'I.IATe: OF D)ISCHARGEt A certificate
of discharge shall be in sYch form as may be approved from
time to time by the Coimmanding Officer.
23. LIrTrATION OF POWERS OF COMMANDING OFFICER
AND Or OOFFICEI IN TEMPORARYY COMMAND OF THE FORCE.
(1) The Commanding officerr while absent from and not in the
exercise of his command cannot issue Company Orders or any
other orders relating to such command.
(2) An Officer in temporary command of the Force shall
not, without reference to the Commandant, issue standing
Company Orders or alter those which are at the time in force,
or authorise the application of the funds of the Force- for any
purpose other than ordinary current expenditure.

24. PUBLICATION OF NOTICES. (1) Directions of the
Commandant under sections 14 and 15 shall be published in the
Gazette and in two newspapers circulating in the Colony, and
copies of such directions shall be distributed among members
of the Force in su 'i iinumbters atnd in such manner as the
Commanding Oil.'S-r shall from time to time approve.
(2) Local Force Orders, and Company Orders, made under
section 26 shall !e posted up at the hEadquarters of the Force,
and copies of such Orders shall be distributed among members
of tile Force in such numbers and in such manner as the
Commanding Officer shall from time to time approve.

25. SICKNESS ANID O'THEIR REASONABLE EXCUSE UNDER
E,:E(TI'.IN- 20(1) AND 21. (1) For the purposes of sections 20(1)








and 21, sickness means sickness certified by one or more
Surgeons of the Force appointed under regulation 4(2).
(2) The Coninanding Ol.,," may, under sections 20(1)
and 21, allow as reasonable any excIsIe which, having regard to
all the circumstances of the case, he considers to be reasonable,
26. MEANING OF PRESCRIBED OFFICER IN SECTION
21. The expression Prescribed officer" in section 21 means
the sergeant-major of the Force in the case of a non-commis-
sioned officer or volunteer.
27. EXERCISE OF JURISDICTION UNDER SECTION 23 (1)
OF A MAGISTRATE'S COURT. An offence which under section
23(1) is cogniziable both by a court-niartial and a magistrate's
court shall not be tried by a magistrate's court unless such
court is satisfied, by a certificate of the Commanding Officer,
that the person charged has not, in respect of such (,li-,,., been
tried by a court-martial or been dealt with by the Conmmanding
Officer.
28. DISABILITY PENSION. The Governor may, with the
approval of the Legislative Council, award a disability pension
to any member of the Force who, without his own default, is
permanently injured in the :atual disclhrge' of his duty as a
member of the Force by some injury specifically attributable to
the nature of his duty.
29. LEAVE AND SUPERANNUATION RIGHTS OF CLERKS,
STOREKEEPERS AND OTHER EMPLOYEES. The clerks, store-
keepers and other employees referred to in section 10 shall be
eligible for the sine ln e ee and superannuation rights as if they
were appointed to corresponding -grades of the Civil Establislh-
ment.
30. LEAVE FROM DUTY AS AS IMBER OF THE FORCE.
The Commianding Of)ficer may, if he thinks fit, from time to
time grant leave to any member of the Force to be absent from
duty as such member.
3I. MONETARY AWA\lRD TO MEMBERS 01F THE FORCE.
The Commanding OiI. i r is autho:ised to make the following
disbursements during any year:-

(a) the sum of two dollars to any volunteer who
qualifiers as a signaller;
(b) the sum of four dollars to any member of the
Force who qualifies as a first class signaller;








(c) the sum of ten dollars to any member of the
Force towards the amount payable for annual licence in
respect of any motor vehicle belonging to such member
when the Commanding ()fficer is satisfied that such motor
vehicle is used by such mmnber for or in connection with
duties relating to the Force.
32. CERTIFICATE OF DISCHARGE. Every member of the
Force shall, on discharge, receive a certificatte of diL.chrge which
shall be in such form as may be approved by the C.'ilni:ilig
Officer.
T[.1-. this 3rd day of September, 1957.
AiiC LOVELACE,
Adminiistiraor.

SCHEDULE. (Regulation 20)
UNIFORMS AND EQUI'~MENT.
DRILL ORDER.
For Non-Commissioned Oi. i rs and men.
Khaki shirt, shorts, peak cap or beret, hose tops, short putties
or gaiters, and black boots. Web belt with bayonet frog.
Side arms, and web equipment.
For 0, ,,. ..
As for Non-Commissioned Officers and men with the addition
of Sam Browne belt and sword.
CEREMONIAL.
For Non-( nomiwsioned 0Oi, < an d men.
Khaki tunic with silver gilt buttons, shorts, peak cap or beret,
hose tops, short putties or gaiters and black boots. Side
arms.
For O0ji, -.
Khaki serge tunic with silver gilt buttons, slacks, peak cap,
brown brogue shoes, Sam Browne belt and sword.
31E.S DRESS.
For Officers and Sergeants.
White mess jackets, white waist coat or black waist band, dress
shirt, black bow tie. Black serge trousers with black silk
seam. Black patent leather boots or shoes.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigna, Leeward Islands.
by E. M. BLANCKMAN, M.B.E., Government Printer.--By Authority.
1957.


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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 25.


PROCLAMATION DATED SEPTEMBER 6, 1957, BRINGING INTO
OPERATION THE IMLNTAL TREATMENT ORDINANCE, 1956
(No. 1 OF 1957).



BY THE GOVERNOR,.
A PROCLAMATION.
ALEC LOVELACE,
Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 60 of the Mental Treatment
Ordinance, 1956 (No. 1/1957) it is provided that the said
Ordinance shall come into operation on a date to be appointed
by the Governor by Proclamation published in the Gazette.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, AiLE LOVELACE, a member of
the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Administrator
of the Colony of Antigua, do by this my proclamation declare
that the said Ordinance shall come into operation on the 1st
day of October, 1957.
AND all Her MIijesty's loving subjects in the Colony of
Antigua and all others whom it may concern are hereby
required to take due notice hereof and to give their ready
obedience accordingly.

GIVEN at the Administrator's 0'.7;.,. Antigua, this
6th day of September, 1957, in the sixth year of
Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!



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MONTSERRAT.

STATUTORY RULES ANI) ORDERS.

1957, No. 16


THE POLICE WELFARE ASSOCIATION .(AMENDMENT) RULES,
1957, DATED JULY 17, 1957, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR
BY VIRTUE OF SECTION 60 OF THE POLICE AcT, 1951
(No. 12 OF 1951).


1. CITATION. These Rules may be cited as the Police
Welfare Association (Andmdment) Rules, 1957, and shall be
read as one with the Police Welfare Association Rules, 1949
(General (Government S. R. & 0. 1949, No. 14) hereinafter
called the Principal Rules.

2. AMENDMENT. Paragraph (1) of rules 3 of the
Principal Rules is hereby amended-

S(a) by subsituting the words "not more than six
members" for the words not more than five members ";

(b) by substituting a semi-colon for the colon after
the words in each year" and adding immediately after
the semi-colon the words "of these members, one shall
be either an inspector or a sergeant, two shall be corpo-
rals and three shall be constables "; and

(c) by deleting the proviso to the paragraph.

Dated this 17th day of July, 1957
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.







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MONTSERRAT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1957, No. 18

THE MONTSERRAT POSTAL SERVICE (AMEMENDMENT) ULES
AND [tEGULATIONS, 195' DATED AUGUST 16, 1957, MADE
BY THE G0;OVE1RNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER 'iHE POST OFFICE
ACT (CAP 123).


1. Smor TTITLE. .These Rules and Regulations may be
cited as the Montserrat Postal Service (Amendment) Rules
and Regulations, 1957. and shall be read as one with the
Montserrat Postal Service Rules and Regulations 1954
(Leward Islands General Government Statutory Rules and
Orders 1954, No. 41), as amended, hereiijut[i.r called the
Principal Rules.

2. AM NDMENT. Schedule A to the Principal Rules
and Regulations is hereby amended by adding the word
"Bethel" immediately below the word St. Patrick's."
Made by the Governor in Council this 16th day
of August, 1957.

, GEORGE CABEY,
Clerk of the Council.















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1957.


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MONTSERRAT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 21.
Proclamation dated September 7, 1957, made under seo-
tion 43 of ihte IvIuniterrat GonsiiiLuiou and Elections
Ordinance, 1952 (No. 1 of 1952) appointing the Month
of September, 1957 as the Month in which the Super-
visor of Elections shall publish a Notice to persons
entitled to vote as required by the said section.

BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COLONY
OF MONTSERRAT.
A PROCLAMATION.
A. F. DAWKINS,
Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 43 of the Montserrat Constitution
and Elections Ordinance, 1952, (No. 1 of 1952) it is provided
that subject is thereinafter in that section provided, the Super-
visor of Elections shall in such month in such years as the
Administrator by proclamation may appoint and in no case
being more than three years after the date of the return of the
first writ at the last preceding general election publish a notice
in the form set out as Form No. 1 in the Second Schedule to
the said Ordinance, in the Gazette and in one or more news.
papers published in the Colony requiring within twenty-one
days after the first publication of tne said notice every person
who claims to be entitled to vote at an election to deliver to the
registering officer of the electoral district in which such person
resides notice of his claim to be registered as a voter.
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that such notice as
aforesaid to persons entitled to vote should be published in the
month of September, 1957.
NOW THEREFORE I do 1by this my proclamation
appoint the month of September, 1957 as the month in which
the Supervisor of Elections shall publish a notice to persons
entitled to vote in the prescribed form as provided in the said
Ordinance.
AND all Her Majesty's loving subjects in the said Colony
and all others whom it may concern are hereby required to take
due notice hereof and give their ready obedience accordingly.
GIVEN at the Administrator's Office, Montserrat,
this 7th day of September, 1957, and in the
sixth year of Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
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VIRGIN ISLANDS.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 25.


PROCLAMATION )ATED SEPTEMBER 9, 1957, DISSOLVING THE
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE COLONY.

BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE LEEWARD ISLANDS.

A PROCLAMATION.
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.

WHEREAS by subsection (1) of section 25 of the Virgin
Islands Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1954 (No. 7 of
1954), as amended, it is provided that the Governor may at any
time, by proclamation, summon, prorogue or dissolve the
Legislative Council of the Colony:
AND WHEREAS by subsection (2) of the said section
25, it is further provided that the Governor shall dissolve the
said Council at the expiration of three years from the date of
the return of the first writ at the last preceding general election,
if it shall not have been sooner dissolved:

NOW, THEREFORE, I do by this my Proclamation
dissolve the said Council on the 1st day of October, 1957.

AND ALL Her Majesty's Officers and loving subjects
in the said Colony and all others whom it may concern are
hereby required to *take due notice hereof, and to govern
themselves accordingly.

GIVEN under my hand at the Government House,
Antiyua, this 9th day of September, 1957, and
in the sixth year of Her Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!


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1957.


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VIRGIN ISLANDS.

STA'I FTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 26.

PROCLAMATION DATED SEPTEMBER 10, 1957, APPOINTING THE
DATE FOR HOLDING A GENERAL ELECTION.
BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COLONY
OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS.
A PROCLAMATION.
G. P. ALLSEBROOK,
Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 25 of the Virgin Islands Consti-
tution and Elections Ordinance, 1954 (No. 7 of 1954), as
amended, it is provided that-
(1) The Governor may at any time, by proclamation,
summon, prorogue or dissolve the Legislative Council of
the Colony; and
(2) The Governor shall dissolve the said Council at
the expiration of three years from the date of the return
of the first writ at the last preceding general election, if it
shall not have been sooner dissolved:
AND WHEREAS by section 26 of the said Ordinance,
it is further provided that there shall be n general election at
such time, within two months after every dissolution of the said
Council, as the Atdministrator shall by proclamation appoint:
AND WHEREAS by Proclamation of the Governor
dated the 9th day of September, 1957, the said Council will be
dissolved as and from the 1st day of October, 1957.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEOFFREY POLE ALLSEBROOK,
Administrator of the Colony of the Virgin Islands, do by this
my proclamation, appoint that there shall be a general election
on the 15th day of October, 1957.
AND ALL Her Majesty's loving subjects in the said
Colony and all others whom it may concern are hereby required
to take due notice hereof and give their ready obedience
accordingly.
GIVEN at the Administrator's Office, at Tortola in
the lirgin Islands, the 10th day of September,
1957 and in the sixth year of Her Majesty's
reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
Printed at t e Government Printing Offioa. Antigua, Leviard I.lanIls.
by E. M. BLACKMAN, GOVERNMENT PRINTEI.-By Authority.
1957.


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