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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.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076853
Volume ID: VID00070
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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

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        Page 203
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        Page 214
    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 10 of 1957: Animals (Diseases and Importation) (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
        Page A-1
    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 13 of 1957: Development (Ice and Cold Storage) Loan (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
        Page B-1
    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 14 of 1957: Cotton (Levy) (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
        Page C-1
    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 7 of 1957: Public Holidays Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
        Page D-1
    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 9 of 1957: Animals (Diseases, Importation and Exportation) (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
        Page E-1
        Page E-2
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 19 of 1957: Stamps (48 cents) Order, 1957
        Page F-1
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 20 of 1957: Immigration and Passport (Amendment) Regulations, 1957
        Page G-1
        Page G-2
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 22 of 1957: Proclamation dated September 9, 1957, applying the Exportation of Fruit Ordinance, 1938 (No. 4/1938) to Bananas
        Page H-1
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 18 of 1957: Harbour Dues Order, 1957
        Page I-1
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 20 of 1957: Leeward Islands and Windward Islands (Courts) (Circuits and Sittings) (Amendment) Rules, 1957
        Page J-1
        Page J-2
        Page J-3
        Page J-4
        Page J-5
    Antigua, Bill: Criminal Procedure Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
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THE

ANTIGUA, ;;MONTSER:

AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZ

JPublished by acuthority.

Vd)T, I1 THVITTIR )AY lq,vrn R T MI) rU i,14 1 '1 "'- 7


Notices.

It is notified for genr('ial infornma-
tion that His Excalletnc the (Gover-
nor has issued Ilnsilruilents-

(i) revoking tie apipolintment of
thie F;:nm:itli S"-cr tIry as a a
Official Member of the Execu-
tive C(ouncil of An iu;t :

(ii) appoinlilir Mr. P. N. Reynolds as
an Official Mimb -r oi the
Eecntive Co(n .il; and1

(iii) char'gi ng Mr. P. N. Reynolds with
the ;ad(minist7iatiii of certain
subjects,

with eff'tct from 11th Seitenmber,
1957.

Chief Sei'reta ry' Oficr,
Arntigyua,
12th '1et in. .,'I. 1 77
Ref. No. t: ls/1 ()ur.

It is .:'.. .1 for genm-:rl inrorm a-
tion that. consequen t upon the second-
ment of Mr. 0. E. Henry, Treasure;lr of
Montserrt to the Federal Secretariat,
West [ndies. His Excellency the
Governor has been pleased to appoint
Mr. T. E. A. Perkins, Acting Treasnrer.
Montst.'iint, to be-

(i) t -u. .rr iol;, a official l Member
of thi Loiciu ive Council.
Moiit S.-rrat.

(ii) a teiimp.rary in ml) b r of the
Ex-cultive (C ,u.';cil of Mint-


with i ff' ; i fron 7t'; ,'; .lmber, 1957.

Chief .r'te'i,'/y 0( p",*
A ~i' i :,ti.
10/th A-iu /7. 19 7.
(C. 1S/O0.I) 1

It is her-by nIoiit'd for general
information that Hi s l'Ecellency the
Governor las bleen ple'.ised to accept
tlih resignation of Mr. T. E. A. Perkins
as a miuwmber of tli E'C, c(utive Coun-
cil ;and L-gis ilinv C'-u 'i of Lthe
Virgin Islands with eti-c" froin 29th
August. 197.

Chi'f Sebrli i's 0, .'
A i 'f; i i.
1Oth Septc e'r, I1 7.

(C'. 1i/oo0i65


Income Tax Notice.
Any person required to make a
return for the year ending on the
31st D -ceimber '.". 7, who neglects to
furnish same by the :' I1 September
1957, will be liable to prosecution
nnd1r the provisions of the Ordi-
nance.
A. A. CAIN~S,
/br Mhe (oi,,missioH('rs.
10th PS./ltinber, I ;.
Incomnv Tax Office.
Treasury,
St. John's

No. 109.

Appointments, transfers, etc., in
the public service, with r .1 from
the dat.', stated, arc published for
rener'al inft'ortation:--

Caines, A. A., A.sistamt Accountant
([ncone Tax) t. ;et ;as ( I,,-'
Aciountant. 'Sept. 1 6

Henry, E. T., snio;- Clir, Tr' easry,
to ac( as Princ(:ip7 Trl',s,'ry.
Sept. Ifi
Hill, 0. T., Junior Clerk, Treasury, to
act as Senior Clerk, Treasury.
Sept. 1
Murdock, H. A. W., Principal, Treas-
ury, to act as Assistant Accountant
(Income Tax). Sept. 16
CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES
No. 110.
Tie e.('rei' y ,of St:ie I'r t1he
Colonii-s 1has inforlnmd the governorr
that tll power of disallowanoe will
not h- exe-rcised in respect of the
under mentioned I Orniince:-

Vi,'fgin /.4/7,hl/'.
No. 4 of 1957,'" T'Pe land Aequisi-
tion Ordinance. 1957 ". Sep. 3

Tho Secretariat,
A 1 *.Iit(/.
10th September, 1.. "7
47;/0-187
No. 1ll.

The following Ordinia'ices & Statu-
tory Rules and Order.- ,re- circulated
with this Gaz-,tte lnd forin part
thereof:-
ORDINA NCES.
Amidialelrrat.
No. 10 of 1957, "The Animals
(D)iseases and Importation) (Amend-
ment) Ordinance. 1957."
1 pp. Price 3 cs.


~~u r 1111


Jnjistury
Feb.
Mir.
April
MyH.
Jnuy
Aurust
To 14th Sep.


1l. 7.51 1.8'7 37 I


7x

r/& 7Z,


- -'ll. I I. L I. .

No. 13 of 1957, "The Development
(Ice and Cold Storage) Loan (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1957."
1 pp. Pr'! 3 cts.
No. 14 of 1957, The Cotton (levy)
(Amendment) Ordinanc,, 1957."
1 pp. / rice 3 cts.
V'/jin TfIanids.
No. 7 of 1957, "The Public Holi-
da1ys Act (Ameilnd unt) Ordinance,
1957." 1 pp. Pr'ic 3 cents.

No. 9 of 157, "Th, Animals
(Diseases, hnilpoati',ni and Exl;orta-
tion) (Aminmudnent) (rdinainc,-, 1957."
2 pp. Pric, 4 cts.

STATUTORY RUTIIS & OlRDERS.

MfIoniiserrat.
No. 19 of i957, "TI. StIamp (48
cents ) Older. 1957."
1 i ip i'r,'k 3 rrnti.
No. 20 of 1957. "Th'' Inmm i3ration
and 1Pa'spotI (A n'er hnent)l Rula-
tioS,:. t957." 2 ,. 'l ice 4 rents.

No. 22 ol. 1957. Proclamation
dated Sep'.em'ler 9, 1957. applying
the Exportbti,,n of Fruit Ordinance,
1.' (No. 4/1 ) to Baanaas."
1 pp. Price 3 cts.

Virgin Islands.
No. 18 of 1957, "The Harbour
Dnes Order, 1957."
1 pp. Price 3 cents.
No. 20 of 1957, The Leeward
Islands and W d ( wa r Islands
(Courts) (C irc ii t s and Sit. tiings)
(A iL nd'llu ient ) iihub's, 1957."
5 pp. Prirc 7 r,,nts.

No. 112.
'Th' followii d i w;11 whih is lo be
introduced into th I.'i'slitiv C u.in-
cil of Antigna is eirul;tate w1ith thp
this Gaz,- tto 'wil. forms part thereof:--
The Criminal 1Procedure Act
(Ai-mendinwnt) Ordinance, 1957."

-R 1- 'ALL ) 6.U .
Agricultural Departmen t,

Monthly l', 1.4 195 1957







204 THEIR ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [September 19,1957


MmAlantscrat Constittiin and
Elecr'ions <(dnimn'e, 1952.
Notice to persons Entitled to
Vote.
Section 43 (1)
SOUTHERN ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
All permiso qualified as voters for
the election of a member of the Legis-
lativ-e Council of Montserrat residing
in the Southern electoral district of
Montserrat who desire to have their
names inserted in the list of voters
for the said electoral district are
hereby required to deliver, or cause
to ba delivered, their claims in
writing for that pmirose-o ( onr before
the 10th day of Octobh-r, 1957. to the
regisi-'ring t'ffic r of the said electoral
district at Plymnouth.
Every claimant to be registered as
a voter shall, if he is able so to do,
with his own haind subscribe his
name and the date of such syibscrip-
tion io 1te notice of his claim to be
regis. r.d as a voter.
If ai;y such claimant is unable by
reason of illiteracy, blindness or any
other physical cause to perform the
subscription mentioned in the pre-
cedii,-' paragraph, such subscription
shall be performed on his behalf by
the ragisrerin: .rloi.-. who shall wit-
ness the s;uin by subscribing his own
sign;:nre to the notice of claim of
such ch!iimant.
Dael this 5th day of t;eptember,
1957.
F. C. C. HAntRIS,
uS'u/wrCvis of ,, .. i,.


.Monlserrat Constlitution, and(
Alertions Ordina lce, 1952.
Notice to persons Entitled to
Vote.
Section 44 (1)
Wiltdrlard E/cltoral )isrrict.
All piersoins qualifld as voters for
the el%-ction of a member of the
Legislative C unieil of l( ;;it4 Irat
residing in the Windwalrd vi-ctoral
district: of Mwhnt 'erat whi di:sirt to
have their n:iao inserted in Wie list
of vot rs for i v ;a id electtal district
are hirn'hy riiquired to deliver, or
cnuse !o bie ,d Iivr(1. theii- claims in
writing for the purpose on ot before
the I(l(h day of Octobier, 1957 to the
regist-ring officer of the said lectortal
district at Harris Village.
Ev ery claimant t, be" itihtered as
a voter shall if he is ali so to do,
with his own hand subscribe hi-s name
and tlhe date of such subscription to
the notice of his claim to i) registered
as a voter.
If a:y such claimant is unalle by
reason of illiteracy, blindness or any
other physical cause to perform the
subscription mentioned in the pre-
ceding paragraph, such subscription
shall be performed on his behalf by
the registering officer who shall wit-
ness the same by subscribing his own
signature to the notice of claim of such
claimant.
Dated this 5th day of September.
1957.
F. O. 0. HARRIS,
Supervisor of Erlections.


JIoit.lsrr.at Con0s i.tutioti and Elec-
tions Ordinance, 1952.
NOTICE TO PERSONS ENTITLED TO
VOT C.
Section 43 (1)
CENTRALL, ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
All persons qualified as voters for
the election of a member of the Legis-
lative councill of Montserrat residing
in the ('etral Eleclral District of
Montserrat who desire to have their
names inserted in the list of voters
for the said electoral district are here-
by required to deliver, or cause to be
delivered. th ir claims in writing for
that purpose on or before thlie 10th
day of October, 1957, to the i ..;-t r-
ing officer df the said eklctoral district
at Salem Village.
Every claimant to be registered as
a voter shall, if he is able so to do,
with his own hand subscribe his name
and the date of such subscription to
the notice of his claim to be registered
as a voter.
If :ny such claimant is unable by
reason of illiteracy, blindness ,r any
other physical cause to per;io'm the
subscription mentioned in nthe pre-
ceding lparagraph, such snubrcription
shall be performn-d on his iehalf by
the registering officer who iai, ll wit-
ness the sarne ihy subscribing his own
signature to the notice of claim of
such claimant.
Dat dt this 5th day of Sl..tprember,
1957.
F. 0. C. HARmS,
,Si'tqvrritsor (of /El'/ction.

loit.ierrat (-''-* '',-. r. ind Elec-
tions Ordlinance, 19S2.

NOTICE TO PIER;ONS ENTIrrBI) TO
VOTE
Section 43 (1)
1 OTHER ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
All persons qualified as voters for
the election of a ilbe of the
Legislative Council of Montserrat.
residing in the Nothern Electoral
District of IMontrsrat who desire to
hIiiv tlwir names inserted in the list
of vft.-rs for the said electoral district
ari hi r -by r--quired to deliver, or
cau;e it tbe delivered, their claims in
writing for that purpose on or before
the l0th da. of' October, I1l57. to tlhe
registering odlicor of the said electoral
district of, Saint .Jihni's.
.'very claimlant ti be regist -rid as a
viter shall. if he is able sto tdo, with
his own hand subscribe his name and
the date of such subscription to the
notice of his claim to be registered as
a voter.
If any such claimant is unable by
r-ason of illiteracy, blindness or any
physical cause to perl'firr the sub-
scription mentioned in the prec,-diing
par uraph. such subscription shall be
per'orimedt on his behalf by the redis-
toring officer who shall witness the
sanme by subscribing his own signature
to the notice of claim of such claim-
ant.
Dated this 5th day of September,
1957.
F. O. C. HARRIS,
,S'7peron 'sor of Elict-ions.


Montserrat.

The Registration of United
Kingdom Patents Act, 1925.


NOTICE IS HI'L;IREBY GIVEN that
CHE(1LTON (POPPITS) LIMITED,
of Marlow, Buckinghamshire, Eng-
land have applied for registration in
the Colony of Montserrat of United
Kingdom Patent No. 750,737 dated
the 19th day of April,1955, and issued
on the 5th day of February. 1957, and
have filed at the, liegistrar's Office,
! 1 .or !,, Miontserrat, a complete
cop'Y' oF th i specifications and the Cer-
tificaW e of tile Comiuptroller General of
the United Kingdom patent Office
giving full particulars of this patent,
which will be open to public inspec-
tion at the said office at any time
between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and
3.30 p.m. on working daxs except on
Wednesday when the hours will be
from 9.00 a.m. to 12 noon and Satar-
days from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

A ny person may within two months
from the date of this Adiv-rti..ement
give notice to the Regislrar of op-
position to the issue of a ':r, itiieate of
Registration upon ir:-y ,f ihe grounds
prescribed in Section 10 of the pat.ents
Act, 1906, for opposition r t the grant
of Letters Pat ni.

Dated thi-27th day of August, 1957.

F. 0. C. Harris,
Kcgmt.rar.
Rfegislrar''s 0';
I'iyunouth,
Mo'dselltrrat,


PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
ANTIGUA.
3rd September, 1957.

Notice is her-,by giv(-n that these
will b- sold by Pullic Aiution at the
Court House in t le City o St. J john's
on Thlir'sa! y the1 26th (la\ of S~otetm-
ber, I9.)7 at 3.00) p.m. iho- S-veral
pieces ot land beioiirlng t, the persons
hereafter lnalnme: thle S.ime having
bee-n I-vied upon to satisiy tih Land
Tax for the years 19514 19f56:--


Situation of Land


All Saintso
Bailey Hill



i1 ; Pointt
Body Pond








1.,,I ir, Garden
Buckleys
Blizzards


'i;,ai of Owner
of Land

All Saints Vestry
Mary .James
;iwend otl yn Peters
Sariull" Peters
Mary Turner
Edward .io -hti
John David
,'h:irles Williams
Jo,.'ellh Charles
Angusta Davis
George David
George ) Dvis
David Pigott
George Richards
William Henry
Manassah Joseph
Avis Francis
Quin Farara








StcptebLc 19D, 1957] ow i' uTnIGUA !10ANTSEIW XT ANID VIRGiN ISLADSWI (.ZETT t


In the Supreme 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 thle CI.
Justice under Section 1i of thie W'id-
ward Islands and Leeward Islands
(Courts) Order in Council, 1939, and
duly approve ed as therein provided on
the 16th day of October A. D. 1941,
the Honourable the Puisne Judge
selected for the sitting of the Court in
the Antigua Circuit has appointed
Tuesday the 1st day of October. i1:",;,
at 11.00 o'clock in the forenoon as the
day of the month on which the next
sitting of the Antigua Circuit shall
commence.

Dated the 30th day of Angust, 1957.

CECIL 0. BYRoN,
Registrar of the Supreme Court.


TRADE MAh\KS OFFICE.
TORTOLA,
BRITisH \'1R1oIN ISLANDS.
6th Soptenboer, 1957.

BRITISH-A MER I('CAN TOBACCO
COMPANY. LIMITED of Wes.inin-
ster HInse-, 7, MillbNnk, Lolndon,
S. W.. England, ha\e applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:-





,L

<>j j' -
i 4'_




I "aZl-5l '-. aIL




in Class 45, that i.; r, s;ay: ''T.1.:i -c,
whether manufactu r-d (r unnanufac-
tured.

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

Any person mnay within three
months of the date of the first
appearance of this Aivertisement in
the Ai,.,:,it. Monise rt ,and Virgin
Island ds Gazette, give notice in du pli-
cate at the Trade IMarks Otfice,
Tortola, hritish Vir;::iin Ilands of
opposition to registraii'n of the said
Trade Mark.

H. Alex Besson,
Registrar 1' Trade Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA,
1BRITIiSH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
22nd A uust. 1957.
WEST INDIAN TOBACCO COM-
PANY I.M1TEI) of C('amp Fleurs,
East>rT Main Ru):ol, St. Jos.ph, Trini-
nidad, ritish Wst Indie-. have
appli-.d for resi'tratiion of one 'Trade
Mark consisting of til following:--









,-9




in (llass 45, hadt is to say: Tobacco.
whether nman ufacltu 're i or unlmanu-
factured.
Any person nmy within three
months from the date of the firs' ap-
pearance of this Advertinement ill tho
Antitua. Monlscrrat. and 'i'rgqi'
islands Gazette give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office. Tortola,
British Virgit Isl:;inis, of opposition
to registration of the said Trade Mark.

IJ. ALEX. LESSON,
]Ji/'(/st rr of "f r(e! Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
'TOITOLA
BtlTI'iSH VIaGIN LisL.DS.
22nd Ausiit. 1957.
YARDLEY & COMPANY LIMI-
TED of 105, Carpenters Road,
Stratford, London. E., and 33, Old
Bond Street, London, W., England,
have applied for registration of one
Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing:-


in Class 48. that is to say: Perfumery
(including toilet articles, p)rparations
for the teeth and hl:i;r'. ani perfnumied
soap).
Any person may within three
months from the dat' of tlie first ap-
pearauce of this Advertisem'ent in the
Antiguna. i3ontsirra8 and Virgin
Island., Gaz'tle give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trad l:irks Office,
Tortoln. British Virgin Islands. of
opposition to retistr;ition of the said
Trade Mark.
H. ALEX BESSON,
Registrar of Trade lar/ts.


TRADE MARKS OFF1Cb;,
1TORTO"A
i: iSt ; VItinS I ISLANDS.
.'*-n.!l August, 1957.

CARRERAS 11MITE' D of Arcadia
Works. Hamlist-an i ,Ld. I,. ndon,
N. W., England. have applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark and
de,.si.n consistin, of the foilowing:-


txe
6-- I 4,


in clasii 45, th.;t is to say: Tobacco,
whether ilalnuact|ur.d or unniann-
fact ured.

Any p.-rson may within three
mtonIths of the, data- of th',- iirs: appear-
ance of the Advertis-ment in the
Anuti/ua. Jon/.',,rral a ad Viri'in
slhndw s Wz'ette. give ,e iv.o in iupli-
cate, at tloe T'lrade Marks (Oflic. Torlola,
Brit.ish Virgin Islam ; tif opp-'',ition to
registration ofi' thi" s;idl Trade ,Mark.

H. Alex Besson,
leo/.'r/n r of I '*' Ma k'lr'.

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

BLONDELL, SPENCE & COM-
PANY LIMITED of Bankside Works,
Sculooates Lane, Hull; and York
House. 37 Queen Square, London.
W. C.. England: have applied for
Registration of onte Tra l, \Mark con-
sisting of the following: -



in Class 1, that is to siv: Cheniical
substances used in nrinufacturers.
photography or philosophical research.
and anti-corrosives; andl in C'lass 1.
that is to say: Manu'facturers from
mineral aIn other substances for
building or The applicants claim that they have
used the said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goods for four years r' spec-
tively l)efore the date of ihei-
application.
Any pE-rson may within threE
months of the date of the first appear-
ance of the Advertis(ement in th',
Antiyua. MWniserral and Virqin
islands (Gaz:tte. give notice in 'upli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Tortola. British Virgin Islands of
opposition to registration of' tit- said
Trade Mark.
H. ALEX LESSON,
Registrar of Trade MIar';..






00,l ANTTGIJA, MONTSERR.P AND VlIU I'N SL \N.NI)S GAZI]TTE. '-Sipt~tl( !I' 9, 1957


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
PLY 1 .I' I 'I,
MONTSERRAT,
15th August, 1957.

BRITISH-AMMERICAN TOBACCO
COMPANY, LIMITED, of West-
minster IHuse, 7, Millbnnk, London,
S.W.. England, :have applied for
Registration of four Trade Marks con-
sistitng of the fcllowing:-


(1)


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA,
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLAND,
4th September, 1957.

BRITISH-AMERI(CAN TOBACCO
COMPANY, LIMITED of Westmin-
ster House, 7. M,1111lnli :, London,
S. W., England. have applied for
Registration 'o one Trn. eI Mark
consisting of the following:-


TRADE MARKS OFFICE.

PLYMOUTH,

MONTSERRAT,

15th August, 1957.

ALPIN & B\:I;;.] 1' LIMITED
of Newton Roil, Ycovil, S'om'rset,
England, iiove iappliid fol r i Regstra-
tion of one Trade Mark consisting of
the following:--


-r I.
4 4.






(3)


(.1 )





in Class 45, tim' is to say:- Tohacco
whether mann fact u r' or unnanufac-
tured.

The Applican's claim that they
have used the scid Trade '4 -cI:-
No. 1, 2 and a in r.'spect of the said
goods for 53 years before the tdute of
their said Application and thr- aid
Trade Mark No. 4 in respect of the
said goods for 48 years before the date
of their said Application.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first ap-
pearance of this Advertisement in the
Antirgua, Montseirat & Virgin
Islands Ga ette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trale Marks Otlice, Mont-
serrat, of opposition to registration of
the said Trade Marks.

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


in ('I -. 45, that is to say: Tobacco
whether ianulalllactlured or unmanufac-
tured.

The Applicimts claim that they
h:ve used the saii Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for fifty
thre- years before the ldate of their
Application.

.Anv persIn may within three
months of the date of the first appear-
ance of the Advcrtisemneit in the
Antigua, IZimis.eri'at and fi **"''
Tsl'ui.'i G(azette, give notice in dupli-
cate a;. the T'Iad'ri M oirlks O.)i. Tortola,
Briti sh Virgin Islands, .f ( position
to registration of the sail Tr': I' Mark.

H. Alex. Besson,
I ef.Kistra of 7'iade ll i ..


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
PLYMOUTH, MT i :'i-. : ::\ T.
15th August. 1.957,

BLUNDELL. SPENCE &% CO.,
LI4ITED, of Ban side Works, Scul-
coites Lane, Hull, England; and York
House, 37, Queen Square, London,
W. C., England, have applied for
-Registritieo' of one Tirdo If.,1 i. con-
Fisting of the foliowivn:-





in ( lass I that is to say':- paints, var-
ci"ills (other than insulating varnish),
enamiels (in the nature of paint),
pai tears colours., distempers, japans,
lac'tqiers, paint ;ad varnish driers,
wood preservatives wood stains anti-
corrcsive and anti-fontling composi-
tions, and anti-corrosive oils.

The applicants claim that they have
used the said Trade Mark in respect
of the snid goods for 4 years before the
date of their s:iid Application.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antifgua, i..-. . i,; & irgin
liindls Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cateo at the Trade Marks Office,
'I-l,- t ... rit, of opposition to registra-
tion of the said Trade Mark.

F. 0. C. Harris,

Registrar of Trade MarJrs.


in ti' 2, that i to say: Vet, rinary
preparations: and in Olass 3. that is
to say. M-ldicin:tl aod pharm:iceutical
preparations.

Any pE'rson may within three
months from tihe idte ot' tin1 first
appearauc 0or this Advi-rtisement in
thi Ant./iqlt, JtMnleprrat ,& Vl irin
l.,ia ; s (f'a'-e//I', .i i notice in tdupli-
cal:e t the Tra,, M irks fk'fie, Mont-
i*-rrat, of opposition to registration of
the said 'r de Miark.

F. 0. C. Farrt;.
;isi iitr<" of li'trie Mlar/s.


'TRAK\DE 1 tARKS' OFFICE,
'ORToOLA.
BlITTIStH VIRtGIN ISLANDS,
51,h September, 1957.

BRITISH-AME UlC AN TOBA'( '
COMPANY, LIMITED of Westmin-
sttr House. f7, illbank, London,
S. W., En:land, have applied for
registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:--


IA 71i


A-

in ('lass 45. that is to say: I..,,.1,c
whether ma;nut:i 'aeued or un manufac-
tured.

The Applicants cl'iirn tliha they
have used thil stail Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for fifty
three years before the date of their
A application.

Any person nimay within three
months of the ance of this Advl-rtisement in the
Antigua, ._. 'seP rat and Virgin
Islands (azetle. give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trad, Marks Office, Tor-
tola, British Virgin Islands, of opposi-
tion to registration of the said Trade
Mark.

II. ALEX BESSON.
Registrar of Trade JAark&


f








Rel,-t,.,:. 19. 1957] T HE ANTIGUA, MONTSI.ERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


I', 1.1)E MARKS OFFICE,
TOR RTOLA,
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
5th September, 1957.

1-I;1 i [I-AM EPRICAN TOBACCO
COMPANY. IMI.I'l ,1) of Westmin-
ster House, 7, .'I ii11ll.i, London,
S. W., England. have applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark
consistingg of tlih followin,:---





'






in Class 45, that is to say: Tobacco
whetherr manufactured or u iman nfac
tnred.
The Applicauts claim that they
have ns.-d the said Traid Mark
in resp-ct of iti- said goods for lift
three years before the date cf their
Application.

Any person may within three
months of thie dat- of tih- first
appearance of this Advirtisemnnt in
the A'ntif/ua. Mlltise'rrai dt d: Virfin
Islands, Glazi/fe, Live notice il dupli-
cate at the Trade 'l .,1i- (Office.
Tortola, Briti.h Virgin Islans d f
opposition to .g(isTr;.tion of the sai,!
Trade Ma'k.
H. Alex Lessor
T I. ',I' of Trade Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,

TORTOLA,

BRITIsn VIRGIN ISLANDs,

5th Septeiber, 1957.

B3li1TISH-AMERI'A N TO BACCO
COMPANY, LIMITED of Westimin-
ster House, 7, Millbank. Liodon.
S. W., England, have applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:-




_"-------^-


in (lass 45, that is to say: Tobacco
whether manufactured or unma iufac-
tnred.

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

Any person may within three
months of the date cf the first
appearance of this Advertiseiment in
the An tii/ta, Aonr'serrat and Virqin
Islands (azette. give. notice in dupli-
cate at the Tradil Marks Office,
Tortola, British Virgin Islands of
opposition to registration of the said
Trade Mark.

H. Alex Besson,
I:' ,.! .* ,.* of Trade Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA.
BRt'I'TISH VITRIN ISLANDS.
6th September, 1957.

BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO
COMPANY, LIMITED of Westmin-
st b. W.. England, have applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the followirtr:-




~-I

i ..



in Class 45. that is to say: 'T..,.,_..
whether manufactured or uiana; afac-
tured.

'The Applicants claim that they
have iused the said Trade l.,r k in
respect of 1lia -aicd goods for thirty
seven y-ars i-ft'ore tlih date of tLeir
application.

Any pieison nmay within thre-
months of the dato of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Monlsrralt and Virgin
lslands (lazcfte. give notice in ldupli-
cate at the Trade 1Marks Office,
'Tortola, Britisli Vi rin Islat lis of
opposition to r itr;.ti o of ti ,: said
Trade Mark.

H. Alex. Besson,
JRegfistro,' of Trcue Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA.
BRITISH VIGINl ISLANDS.
6th September, 1957.

BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY LIMITED, of Westmistter House, 7,
Millbank, London, i. W., England, have applied for Registration of one Trade Mark consisting of
the followin'g:-


C L I.-:'


'I "-


r I r -.


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


The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goo,,l for
twenty-three years before the date of their application.

Any person muay within three months of the date of the first appearance of this Advertisement
in the Anti/ua, jIMonserrat and Virgin Islands Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks
Office, Tortoli, Briti.~l Virgin Islands of opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.

iH. ALEX. BEhSUN,
Reyiistrar of 7rade Marks.


,.


I "
''

M;






o08 TH ANTIGUA, MO;TSERAT AND VIN GIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [Septem'cr 19, 1957
TlRADE MAIRKS OFFICE
TORTOLA,
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
6th September, 1957.
BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY LIMITED, of Westminster House, 7,
Millbank, London, S. W., England, have applied for Registration of one Trade Mark consisting of the
following:-








-'" ,: ,, :', L S







in Class .45, that is to say: Tobacco whether manufactured or unmalnfactured.
The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods for
thirty seven years before the date of their application.
Any person may within three months of the date of the first api)iarance of this Advertisement
in the Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks
Office, Tortola, British Virgin Islands of opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.

H. ALEX. BESSON,
Reg istrar of Trade Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TowrOLA,
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
6th September, 1957.
BRITISH-AMRerCAN TOBACCO COMPANY LIMITED, of Westminster House, 7,
Ofilbank, London, S. it ., England, have applied for Registration of one Trade Mark consisting of
the following:-

--O -- -




I ,
H. ALEX. LESSON,












thirty years before the date of their e application

Any person may within three months of the date of the first appearance of this Advertisement
in the Antpgta, oli/:., qra. and Virgin slands Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks
Office, Tortola, British Virgin Islands of opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.

H. ALEX. BESSON,
tejir''ar of Trade Marks.
~ "~~ "' ~ ^ =,, ^ -\ _^ = = ^ ^ ^L










't~be I J7.] N, 12 IN FT+ U I S.R UAA .X1~


3)(01 t -lug1, st i=:;


11 i''m.1- 1 A 'AIN TOBACCO COMPANY 1,1111E I iTD of W'esta' in t'r Hous;
I! ill ve.~ I apple led for Ro. gistr:t a on ry- I'l Tn-1 11 ai-n. con ,- 1 1.1g of fl i Alowingor


TLde
-yS


.-,
%I

M ark


* j


.1i


J_
" lI



II I I:aS


-- r
I;


I7


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


The Applicants ,i:aim that they have us d the said Trade Marks 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 in respect of
the said goods for 37, 30, 2 i. 1 & 37 years respectively before the date of their said Application.


Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertise-
ment in the Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade
\l'rk; Office, Antigua, of opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.

CECIL 0. BYRON,
I~eqisrar of 7Trade Mairks.


-, -7


2A'i--~L & L 0ND ,4


'-K



FATIMA


-- --I


'"'r
1.


,v
~m~r
l~iL;D--~- -~-~.-:
'ri
,-T;R8nre ~-`?;;-~;








2.0 i 'i 2 ANTIGUA, MON F -i RAT AND VIRGIN [SLANDiS GA ZETTE [Septenlb(r 19, 1lix~'


REC.'; .I of the Director of Audit of Trinidad.
and Tobago on the Ac-ounts of the '-l.,. rl of
Commissioners of C(.'.,r ;' y. British Carib-
bean Territories (i ....i --1 Grcnp,). for the
year ended 31st December, 1956.


Curren7,ep Fund IICIn! ^.rrnt
ITnion' for tti,. V' en exc'wednd expenditure by
$1,429,0, .12 .all oi which was trui.sferred t to the
Currencv e' 'ind AccoWt i,, accord~ie e, sith Article
4 (3) a of the First Schedule to rtie Currency Or-
dinnce, ('i ter 35 No. 2 (TriH'Miidl and Tobiigo).


195r6 h

Vail 11 11 IU
weth (H c
withi tI ii' -.a


in 1)veviiou i yes, t 1:w aCcounis for


Hep ioni "' hicrd ondw.-6.12 is
4 YK) the \vtjlli Qe He (5) proof
V0i;c.r r reer' to V00ro~11, put'iiz'.


2. J."'reiiii/ re **,q.

The value f th Crrrc.y 5'v Funid iat 31st
Decub. '. !5 after ti;rai,'r ;'C the surplus
onl Incoi'- .iiconi ws 0>.;".. "'"7;9. 3, which was
$56;- i(O.i. Iss th;:n (le a i!.W lfnoties and coin
in i a on todli;g -, 1,10' .7.00. This
deficienl: v.is ihl. d to the deprnciation in tie
market :,ie of suctriii, which a moutill d to
$ i,1 ;; '..'78 tt-- v.ar. 'i ositie tliherefore
reline li s state iln pjrag;i 'raiii 5 of thi Audit
Reltort foU lW... ',i inltikilr (Gov'wrnienits "re
liable to le c:ald rupn n t, inke good it his deficiency
in -r'.cri:5(c' wi th Article G (2) o f the First
Schedule> t th tlh Currency Ordinarnce.
4. As,.els and Liabiliti.
St:atimelnts of the securities and c:,ash held on
behalf ou tih il'tOrdI have been received from the
Crown A cents The certificate of the Controller
and A udiio General for the balances held ait 31st
.Decenmbhr. 1!55,, has been seen. The certificate for
the ba;anLis at 31 it .Decmniber, 1.56(, has noit vet
been siui tilted for andit. The :unount held on
deposit with the Accountant GI general hias been vari-
fied witi the TIreasurv records, a1nd that with
Barclayi Bank (D1. C. & (.) confirmn-d by bank
certifir;at,.

5. Board n Surr:'y.,
Regulation 10 of the Currencv (Coin) Regs.
1955 and jg eii;oion 20 of the Currency (Notes)
iRegs. li'31 have not ebor conmpiied with in the fol-
lowing instances:-

Gr(ntiad<-No ordinary s'nvey on coin was
held in the first quarter, and no ordinary
survey on notes was held in the second
quarter of the year. No survey of any
kind was held in the fourth quarter, and
no surprise survey was carried out during
the year.
St. Lucia-No ordinary survey was held in
the first quarter either on notes or coin.


A: i onliiniry survey was reported to hive
iben held in the fourth quarter (27th
December, 1956), but no Survey Report
has been received either from the Principal
Aulit: r or the Executive Commissioner.
St. KJiit,--No ordinary survey on coins v:as
held in the first quarter of the year.

6. Issues or < 0'ins for Sterl'i g.
issues of coin for .-terling of amounts less ti:an
$2,0)0(t,0(0, the ini;i inum authorized under the
Currency (Coin) Ee~guliation.s, Section 7 (1) were
made as follow, s urin.: I:!'..,:--


Zb"tr ifio'

h 5 56.

30.1 M. 56.
6. 1 2. :ic;.


(Vf n~

ru in~ad
SK hits
C izil 1:1
B'W >itis . niain~t~


A *iiiirnt


6,03.wt
20,0=i)1)
14.250).00
I 0,I,0;00t1
2 I ,0(',.00


it dwietror. in tip ,rniin.um ilindit is rI'c ni-
rnelldcd~ forco ncjiientti( 71.II


kV. K. MACi' A Y,


9 W1/ Ii't I


Conmments of the Exeu,-tive Commissioner, Brit-
ish Caribbean C :-!.i Board. on the
Report of the Director of Audit. Trinidad and
Tobago on the W.ocounts of the Board
for 1950.


Paur )p' 5 Boa IL s o' SvunrY, The
Goyvcrnor of each Colony appoints ti'S BItoard and
each year the Board draws attention to thel neces-
sity for adhering to the requirements of Regulation
10 of the Currency (Notes) R!n'gul;:ionis nd the
Currency (Coin) Regulations,. Failure to hold the
required nunldmer of sur, eys in Grenada., St. Lucia,
and St. KitWi in 10'; ;i,> been rei orted to the
Administrators of those Colonies with the usual
request thit Regulation 10 be strictly adhered to in
future.
tarryiraph 6 The approval of the Secretary
of State for the Colh;oies is being sought by the
Board, for amendment of Regulation 7 (1) of the
Currency (Coin) kRegu;, tions, but in order that the
replacmemntt of !;rited Kingdom coins by British
Caribhean coins should not be impeded the Board
authorized the issue for sterling of sums of less than
$25,000 pending) subnmi.sion of the request to the
Secretary of Soate for approval of the proposed
amendnient of the Regulation.

L. SPENCE,
l.',erii( e Commnisioner,
lBritish (CaribDcr', (Currency Board.
Treasury Building
tA riunidg1d
13th August, 1957.









mr 'L7] THE ANTIGUA, MONT;SLI1RAT AND V1!GIM ISLANDS GAZETTE 211


APP',NDIX I

Accounts of the Commissioners of Currency, British Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group) for the year 1956

INCOME ACcOUNT


T2o 1q,-w; I EnI J,~ it If n itr
ILl a I ,r aI ItOII
!lent l ti Otlicp i-1,v
Root fa! Iof iiinetntor -1'ri i;to
-I ncidentals
Telepiionee
P: xtogo & 4' to -i-a rs







riji Xin & 'l'O'rO


1:11,.2 7 i,10

2,064.00
1,3.17(!
Li4 rto

21,2726
2 o31 632L)-




I.,163.36
6240.'0
I; .1-1) 1

4 11;'P 1.9


-urpdoll t9 flnmfe 1-to : I ireneo :ntOd
'Art i 1 i I- otf F0i.*1 ""C ,nulo' to
11"v. .,.t Iill;1 in


(ii: 0l'rrg lry h I inl ono I'fom i terling

Loss on Sontiritie- ropaid

11 11 ,oldt

1) pre(iilitiOiI ill yiii Of vau o Liii'(f 5

"Ctluve at, 31st 1)c'' in t,-, 193'rr


BY: Divjt'l.-id, 2,114.06070
C nilsiol n lloo0 s iIl-ed for- gtevi'iln3 1,3 2.-02
Commnnissin on iiote. redeftlyed 17,570.(X)
Comiciioon on ooiinl issnol for tAerling .,247.97
Net t'icoiif of !0,ii)" pro If sets of Coins dispoesd f 7mO.50
Sund riers Ci 0 671


1. 1203 .; 2




CUJIRENFY F





7. 19 1 .,

1, 79! 1.4( b

';6 3318 780130 1-5


71.920,245,73


3N I)



'Orr ,
Ctm-i


ino at 1st J-iiiitla.', 19,7I

''y i ott, i ier I for

i..ued fir i'r1lii g


itl, ext.jlooot for fuited Kingdom coins i ,':0A 75.o(1

V ii'11 of 100-r'-'-f 1 ots Coins sold 13.50



( pprt'eintit U' in vithie to.1 o ntios ,1 2(:084


tiii'~lO tr,,iJsori'm', froi no Inlirolto I/C
(Artio ('orr Iti 47iie. S1tllf31i) le
to Ovlcri hnan ce.inln~e 19,w)!,


ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT 3;IST DECEMBER, 1956.


LiTAI IILI'rTES

('urrf-ony unit)I

S'l p-ise A/C Voitue of [onifl iX .zd'om coins


uinr11-1 a llii not p~ll' for i I fi 3


SI
'ti;o 39.730,45


1 1313


iM',598,84:3.S

PTs. i . Bank D.('.O. ) ,lipoiit for issue of e!irloncy notes 4.898.400.00

Ue'odqrl 'ters.
,'iris, \~'taribb ian / ur',enciy Hoard,.
'ri, i nt ( Chamb ,, ,,i .a' it
/ p' t qf P in.
i30/h A ptril 19',7.

'['h above Aciiiints have boe:i examiinio' i n accordance with
Articln 7 of t1h 1 t S,'chedule to C'liLpter 35 No. 2 (Trinidad and
To'bago). I have obtained all tlhe information and oxplanaations that
I htive required, anl I certify. as a ra-ult of this audit, that in my
opinion the Accounits nar cir-rect. subject to the observations
conltained in the artachled Repor .
I. V. G. Mackay,
9th August. 1957. Director of Audit.


ASSETS

oe'lrition 1Iii hy onAi4i t

I 1n ,lopi'iC ill C1rown.' A' .-;"1 's Joint ('onl'oloidatef'



Trillidad k1

(in 'fc'1ssit in IrtrllayS fltnllk (ourient Ajf)


9,922 720.8X


1,201;, 317 31


UnitedI~h t>Ii'o "o-~i'if '''m"ild:
United Kiin"'mtl 'oirnl loppet to I rowi
A,,en for i',eInniptiin Ify R'130 lint 145A01.0

('litoid Nindloiii coin', in ('Comminissioners Viaults
iVw ofi! -o n ig i pn'''nto ftir ir'tiiiipt ion 1by Royal



Mlarkof 1:1,1u, ntIC :3 1 s I Ie elrllwc~ l of i1itie s ---- --
ilol'i Iy C'riwn \A.'tlltS fr Or 0\-fa
Iioverinment, 6, idnjminitration' 1 '0(, Itt'' 00


L. Spence,
/.'i/ if ( Irtihea (I 'noin,'s iy ..' ner
"rish Caribbean Cvrr' ty lii hardt,


Oi .3216
W)Bi 'ot 0;.Git


71,920.2473..1


8









212 Til': V'NT 'GUA, MONTS.ERRAT AND VIi'JN I ISLANDS GAAZDETTE. [Septemrnber 19, 0-)

BRITISH CAiiEBiL.A CU;. ".'Y BOAID .- iRACT
(Article 7 (4) of First Schedule to the Currency Ordinance, 1950)
Currency Circulation:


Notes in circulation at 30th J.une, 19.i5


Coins ,


,, ,, .,)' :


., 092.00

3,18 .095.00


67,0S7,187.00


Currency Fund:
Securities held by (Crown Au centss (MAlarket vale,
at 30th June. 19I7)

On deposit in Crown A~eiis Joint Consolidated Fund

Excess of currency circultiaon over Currency Fund


5 I, ; :5. 20

, i6, 01.26


515, ,-' 1. 5


Securities held by Crown Agents for
of the British Caribbean


Oversi a Governments and Administrations on behalf
Currency Fund at 30th June, 1957.


Description of Stock.


Australia












Ayrshire County Council


Mortgage Loan
Barking Corp.
Blackburn ,,
Blackpool ,,
Belfast
Bootle ,,
Brad ford ,,
Bririsih Electricity
BnRitisi h G(s G6td.
Briti.sh Transport

Ceylon

Co


,
Consols
Conversion




Cyprus


Stock
,,
,,


2i i 7/71 ...
3 ., 5 ...
3 19jTS/T ...I



3 ., 1b16 ...
31
J 954i:9 ...i
3J, 1 1/66 .

1 6 ,.


lRep)ayable
3,
2
3
24



3







2
4
3a
3i
3 A
4
5

2

14
4

3
4


15.5.58 ...l
19514/59 ...

1957 ...
19 (;::/ li ...
1.'/6,);5 ...
19]72/82 ...
1967/9 ...
1909/721 ...

1972/77 ...

1 ,59* ...
19 ..
1954/59 ...

S(1960/70 ...
1957 or after:
10,58/59 ...

19;7/58 ...
19(.2 ...
1.9628 ".
1 '.-i /71 :..
1'. ** : .
]',, 'q:t;


Nominal Value.





1 9.50(9
16,124
3,1 95
.'3,278
42,2 17
1 2,394
37.:" -0

97,7; )
31,000

100,000
13.000
7,700
712
3,770

5,996
109,463
(622, 2
115,38 1
323,474
16,731
7,172
17,168
18,047
13,200
17.397
199,306(
23,60-t
7 J2,970
861.740
300,000
10 -';
4.724


d.
1i
7

8
2



0
7

2
9

0

0
0
0

11
2
5
8
4
5
2
0
8
11
2
0



5
10
0
1
3


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i5,_'1

15.21 )S

-;0,9900
37,521
1 2,394
35.235
54,,061
93,497
3 2,04 *i

1('0,100
13,162
7,170
712
3,454


100,167
64 6,3 !
110,33;,
3;"''.,696
16,250
7,500
17,383
:0,033
14,503
17,038
198,518
21,280
7: 2,773
853,432
297,000
45,713
4,St,48


d.
4.

4,

9
0

1


0

0
I



11

0







8
6
11
2
2
1


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8
8
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5


Value at 3uth
June, 19i57.
s. (
2,326 17
93,375 4
17.Sii 7
1 2,080 11
2.572 13
25,790 16
:s,497 0

2 -,.: 90 14
51,S20 14 1
S0,018 5
27,435 U

100,758 1
12, l8 0
(6,352 10
712 1 1
3,072 17
5.512 9 1
4,347 5
100,159 9
532,0Ji 10
84,805 1
263,631 17
13,301 17
6,837 0 1
16,396 4 ]
16,152 16
12.078 0
12,960 19
192,.,:10 10 ]
19,710 2
742,970 9
853,123 9
297.000 0
84,967 15
4,183 14







Sent:n T 1, 1957] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSEiUTL T ANDVI[IGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE 213
Securities held by Crown Agents, etc. (cn'd).

cri 4. ~ o r'1 -Value at 30th
Description if Sr cek. Nominal \ ulie. Price Paid. June at 319
SJlune, 1957.

Si s. i. d. sd. d.

Lat Africa High
Commission "' 1' .S ...14.5617 2 1 144,023 11 0 117,221 15 4
do 3:, ., ]: 4 ;70 ... : 53,31 2 1 1.03, 0 ( 1 14 7
do I ..- '71 ... 124,; 1 5 I .T' 12 S 112,%37 S 2
do 4, .. (9 ... I (W.(, 0 0 1'9. 0 s,5 () o 0
S ,e 2 .. '; ... 500.~i 0 o I3 .. 5 A 4740. ( ) 0
S Stock K., .. f. ',, .. 1i.0 ; 1 1 1 -.79 3 4 9.709. 1U 1
3 .. 19 ; ... 573.. I 7 4 07.1i' 15 2 W N-, 7 9
Federated Malay States 3 ., 19 /70 .... 3,(; 19 ; 2 7. u 1 0 M'. ;'Q 12 2
Federation of Malaya 3 ., 197 7.' ...; i 6 11 1 i 7 1 110, 22 3 0
FundinM Loan 2 ,,1W 15/-10 ...G 2,8 A O S 2 .20'i t I1 5 2,221. 03: 12 2
S,, 3 ,, 1' k ,. .. .o0 0 0) 17.00 0 0 39,: 0 0
., Stock 3 ,, ,( .:, ... 1,0( 77 7 9 1.^5 1 2 11 S i T,''4 0 11
I I 112 7 S 11
Gold Coast 3 ,, 1 .. ; 16 2.131 2 1 1,9. 8 ( 8
,, ,, 4 ., 1.' ;:70 ... 7 10 5 2 15 15 9 66(3 7 6
iHaves & Harlington
[.D.C. 6% Mortg;.tg(
Loan repayable 31.3 oS ... ;; (1 n ( ( 0 31,: ) ) (I
Ihuddersfield Corp. 3 % 19: .I ... 0 0 ( I:;17 10) 0 8.s5 0
Lull Corp. : ,, I9 '> ... 6. 13 4. .4 17 10 5.7] 16 1
,, ,, ;. ., 19K 76 ... 4. 13 -i ;. 1 1 10 7,. 8 0
Ilkeston Corp. 3 ,, 1. t A.. ... .' 3 5' .' 0. 1 9) 4.: ) 10 8
E onya 2 1'.7 ... 1 .K 9 2 11.,2 1 92,736 19 8
,2 1971 /7 ... 2. i 2 ,i 2 10 1.567 1 0
S3 ,, 197 /78 ... 17 18 0 1 I 5 1 1 I 18; S W
,4 ,, ;I7I ... i 17 11 1 !.:u 153 8,776 9
4,, 1971/78 ... 275,4 4 7 274.30S G 2 235.2S2 10 4
Lanarkshire C. C. M. Loan 6 g repay-
able 15.5.59 ... :;,00 0 00 3;0 :,o0 0 0 301.887 1 11
Leeds Corp. 3 % 1955/58 ... 5,s9 11 10 576 2 4 5,S 16 0
Mauritius 3, 1957/;2 ... 5.4000 0 0 4.95 0 0 4,525 0 0
,3 ,., 1965/S ...' 70.049 15 4 (*"C.955 4 9 57,090 11 2
New Zealand 3 ,, 1';; ...> 17,485 ( 9 1479 18 7 13,725 19 10
S3 .. 197/77 ... 2 .471 13 10 2 .810 9 1 6,7';: 2 2
,, 3 i ;5 ... 19,348 11 3 18 74S 10 5 10,15i 1 0
S 3 ; ... 735 12 11 715 8 4 591 11 0
31. 197;i0 ... 20,82 4 11 21.140 13 5 19.,70 5 4
',, 9.0 .i ...o 30, 13 1 7 31.170 15 9 2 .1987 13 11
15 .. 195/71 ... IO 0 0 )0 15,010 0 0
Nigeria 3 ,.1975 77 ... 31.348 3 7 27,:,1 10 I 2 21,100 0 5
S.. ,, ... 50 0 0 0 1.,,125 6 2 41.25 0 0
,, 4 ,, 1 *0: ... 40, 19 9 13.0 19 8 0(97 2 7
Northern Ireland 3 ., 1- 70 ... 4. l:5 13 1 1,771 14 7 3,80, 12 9
Northern R1hodesia Q3 ,, 19 ...i .,1;3 12 5 ,5 ,1 1 ( 51,.; 16 7
S3 l ri ...' 12.70 7 11 12.,007 0 11 10,706 9
31 .9.. 71. 33.238 0 0 .... 5 2,134 9 8
,, ,, 4 19 5/70 ... 20 .000 0 0 -. '000 0 0 173,000 0 0
Norwich--City of-
6%' mortgage Loan
repayable 20.4.58 ... 100,(000 0 1()0,1tO) 00 101,500 0 0
Palestine Gtd. 3 ,, 1 9 2/67 ... (.:53 2 10 5.8 1 1 4,971 4 11
Portsimiuh Corp. 3' ., 197:-.'2 ... 1;2 1 I 1., S 8 1.177 18 S
Savings B:onds 3 ,, 195/55 ... ,0-8;.901 5 5 1,5552.)42 10 5 940.221 10 0
,, ,, 3 ,, 1960/70 ... 458.-3.4 9 8 1:7,89(; 17 I 351,008 7 7
S3 ,, 11/75 ... 1402-.: 12 1 30,590 10 10 100,307 1 4
Sierra Leone 3 ,, 1'05;.";o ... 816 7 10 S1 1.1 5 0 706 3 7






214 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [September 19, R157
Securities held by Crown Agents etc.- (cont'd)


Description of Stock


South Africa

,,
Southampton Corp.
Southern Rhodesia
Southshields Corp.
Swansea Corp.
Tanganyika
Uganda
War Loan


1954/64
1953/73
1954/9

1961/66
1956/8
1955/65
1967/72

1955/59


On deposit in Joint C-onsolidta.cl
Fund





ToTAL

Conversion at rate of 4/2 to $1.00


Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Trinidad.

16th August, 1957.

Rtef. No. 241/u01i57


Nominal Value


s. cd.


Price Paid.


s. d.


Value at 30th
June, 1957.


s. d.


6,000 0 0 0 5,670 0 0 I 5,010 0 0
9,00 0 0 8,685 0 0 7,065 0 0
1,916( 9 8 I 1,930 17 2 1,820 13 2
12,306 14 2 11,;n i2 1 10,645 6 1
6,740 0 0 6,731 L1 6 5,:.;' 10 0
.. 4,072 17 2 14,098 6 3 4,011 15 4
3... 957 17 0 3,715 8 8 3.186 1 5
... 7 18,054 15 8 174,568 16 1 148,675 14 11
335.944 15 9 298.439 3 10 263,716 13 2
... 2', 32 10 0 287.848 18 11 2", 3 9

13,823,042 12 5 13,184,-99 18 10 12,176,096 1S 4

1.,692,937 15 3 1,692,937 15 3 1 ;,'.; 15 3



I | " -. 1

...5,515,980 7 8 '14,877,437 1 1 1. .. 13 7

S $7i, 17;,705.84 $71,411,700.98 ,..,;1,, .46


L. SPENCE,
xeciiti c ribbe Commission ar
British Caribbean Currency Board.


Printed : the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Letward Jslmandt,
by E. M. BLAcKMAN, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1957.


[Price 50 cents.]









No. 10 of 1957. Animal.s (D; eases and TIy..
(A amendment i.


[L.S.]


I ASSENT,
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.
4th September. 1957.


MONTSERRAT.


No. 10 of 1957.

An Ordinance to amend further the Animals (Diseases
and Importation) Ordinance, 1954.

(4th September, 1957)


Conmence-
ment.


ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony of
Montaerrat.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Animals Short title.
(Diseascs and Importation) (Aimendmient) Ordinance,
1957, and shall be read as one with the Animals (Diseases
and Importation) Ordinance, 1954, as amnentded, herein- is5]9.
after called the Principal Ordinance. sl95(fi.


2. Subsection (2) of section 13 of the Principal
Ordinance is hereby amended by substituting the words
"guilty of an offence" for the words "guilty of on
offence ".

3. Section 4 of the Animals (Disa.icem and Importa-
tion) (Amendment) Ordinance, 1956, is hereby repealed.

A. F. DAWKINS,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this 16th day of July,
1957.
GEORGE C(ABEY,
Clerk of the Council.


Amendment
Section 13 of
the Principal
Ordinance.

Repeal of sec-
tion 4 of Ordi-
nance
Ne. 8/1956.


Pralted at tihe
4 7/ 3 y 0 M. 0

%' 47/00330--520-9.t


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1957


57.


FPrice 3 c(i.]


I






No. 13 of 1957. Development (Ice and Gold Storage) MONT-
Loan (Amendment) SERRAT.





[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.
2nd September, 1957.





MONTSERRAT.


No. 13 of 1957.

An Ordinance to amend the Development (Ice and Cold
Storage) Loan Ordinance, 1956.

(2nd September, 1957) Commence-
ment.
ENACTED by the L, ihl:ins of the Colony of
fMoitiseriurt.

1. This Ordinance in.,' be cited as the Develop- Short title.
Sent (Ice and Colh Storag~ ) Loan (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1957, and shall be read as one with the
Development (Ice and Cold 'rtorafe) Loan Ordinance
1956, hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance. 2/956.

2. The Principal Oroinance is hereby amended by Amendment
substtituting the word later for the word less in the "f section 6
of the Prm-
proviso to paragraph (b) of section 6. cip l OrPi-
nanee.
A. F. DAWKINS.
P'rnd,i,,ntt.

Passed the Legisiative Comncil this l6th day of Jnlv.
1957.
GEOIRGE CABEY.
Clerk of the Council.






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No. 14 of 1997.

[L.S.]


Cotton (levy) Amendment.


I ASSPNT',
A. T. WILLIAMS,
SGovernor.
2nd September, 1957.

MONTSERRAT.

No. 14 of 1957.


An Ordinance to amend further the Cotton (levy) Ordi-
nance, 1934.

.-'ii September, 1957)

ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony of
the Colony of Mr .iitm.Y i it.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Cotton (levy)
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1957, and shall be read as one
with the Cotton (levy) Ordinance, 1934, as amended,
hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance.

2. The following section shall be substituted for
section 3 of the Principal Ordinance:-
"Imposition 3. There bit,ll be and is hereby
of levy. imposed upon all cotton exported from the
Colony a levy or the rate of one and a
half cents on every pound of cotton so
exported:
Provided tha~t he Governor in Council
may from time to time vary the rate of such
levy so that the same shall not exceed two
cents per pound: Provided further that such
levy shall not be payable with respect to
aur> cotton reaped .1111 ii. any yeair prior
to,1956 ".

3. Section 6 of the principal Ordinance is hereby
amended by substituting the words West Indian Sea
Island Cotton Association (Ilcorporated) for the words
"West Indi:in (Cotton Growers' Association ".

A. F. DAWKINS,
President t.


ComniLnce-
nimt.


Short title.

I934.
6no: .
(;n9S


Sub3stit ution
ot Vetion I
of the Prinoi-
pal frti'liiie.












\1ie.1 1 d iint (if
'e"1o 6(u ii
onii'Iiance.


Passed the Legislative Council this 16th day of July,
1957.
George Cabey,
<'lerA of tlhe Council.

Printed at the Government PrintinE Office, Aiitigun, Leeward Ila:nds
by E.M. BLAcK MAN, Go0vernment Prinpr.- -By Authority.
19i57


Pri, e 3 crnts.]


47100499-520--9.57.


AIONT-
SERRAT.






No. 7 of 1957.

[L.S.]


Public Holidays Act (Amend-
ment).

I ASSENT
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.
29th August, 1957.


VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No. 7 of 1957.
An Ordinance to amend further the Public
Holidays Act, 1954.

[29th August, 1957]
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Public Holidays Act (A.\Lndment) Ordinance,
1957, and shall be read as nue with the Public
Holidays Act, 1954, as amended. hereinafter called
the Principal Act.

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


VItGIN
ISLANDS.


Commence-
ment.


Short title.


L. Is. Act
19/1954
S. R&0. 1956.
No. 22.
Amendment
of Schedule to
Principal Act.


(a) by the deletion if the words and
brackets Labour Day (the first Monday 'n
M:ty)."; and
(h) by the insertion therein immediately
below the words Empir, Day, being the
twenty-fourth day of May." of the follow-
ing:-
Colony Day, being the first day of
July. St. Ursula's Day, being the
twenty-first day of October".

G. P. ALLSEBIOOK,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council the 9th day of
July, 1957.
H. 0. CREQUE,
Clerk of the Council.
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1957.


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No. 9 of 1957. Animals (Diseases, Importation VIRGIN
and Exportaton) (Amendment)
[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.
10th August, 1957.


VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No. 9 of 1957.

An Ordinance to amend the Animals (Diseases,
Importation and Exportation) Ordinance,
1955.

[10th August, 1957) Commence-
ment.
ENAC'TED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islans.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Animals (Diseases, Inportation and Exportation)
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1957, and shall be r-tad
is one with tlhe Animals (Dise;ses, Importation
and Exportationl) (Ordinance, 1955, hereitInfer 95 55.
called thf Principal Ordinance.

2. Section 12 of the Principal Ordinance is Amendment
hereby amended as follows:- of t Prin'
cippl Ordi-
(a) by the substitution of the word "a"-e.
"diseased for the word disease in sub-
section (1) thereof.

(b) by the substitution of the word
"'inoculation1 forl tie word "inInoculation"
in ;-ir.r;i pl (/) of subsection (2) thereof.

(c) by the deletion of the fuilstop at the
end of panragaph (in) of subsection (2) and
the addition thereto of the words not exceed-
ing the sum of one hundred and twenty
dollars."






VIRGIN 2 Animals (Diseases, Importation No. 9 of 1957.
ISLANDS. and Exportation) (Amendment).


A amendment
of section 20
of the Prin-
cipal Ordi-
nance.


3. Section 20 of the Principal Ordinance is
hereby amended by the substitution of the word
" assists for the word "assist" in subsection (2)
thereof.


G. P. ALLSEBROOK,
President.

Passed by the Legislative. Council the 9th day
of July, 1957.

H. 0. CREQUE,
(lerk of the (/'ounil.


































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1957.


47/00273-570-9.57.


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MONTSERRAT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1957, No. 19


STAMPS
THE STAMPS ( 48 C(ENTS ) OnDEi, 1957, D\'lru AUGUST 19,
1-957, MADE BY THE GOVERNOIt IN COUNCIL TN, I)fR SECTIONS
4 & 5 OF THE STAMPS ACT (CAP. 135) .


ORDEK iN COUNCIL.
1. SHORT TITLE. This Order may be cited as the
Stamps (48 cents) Order, 19-"'7.
2. DEFINITION. In this Order the term "stamps"
means adhesive stamps for postage and revenue.
3. 48 CENT STAxMS i'l. !. shall be uniform stamps
of the value of forty-eight celis of the design and colour
specified' in the Rchedule hereto for use throughout the
Colony.
4. Dius. The (lies and other it;pinements required to
give effect to this Order shall he provided.

5. COMMENCiEMENT, This Order shali come into opera-
tion on the 15th day of October, 195i.
I;t1e- bIy the Governor in Council this 19th day of
August, 1957.
Clerk of the Council.

SCHEI)ULIK.
The design of the 18 ccuts stamp for use through-
out the Colony shall consist of a picture of a Sea Island
Cotton Cultivation. The colour ,;iall be yellowgreen with
a purple border.

Prnltel at the Government Printing UOliee, Antigua, Leeward Islands.
by E. M. LBLACuIT sAN, Gveriunient Printer.-By Authority.
1957.


L


61000t73--500 -9.57.


Price 3 centss"







MONTSERRAT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 20.


THE IMMIGRATION AND PASSPORT (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS,
1957, DATED AUGUST 16, 1957, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR
IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 32 OF THE IMMIGRATION AND
PASSPORT ACT, 1945 (No. 7/1945).


1. Citation. These Regulations may be cited as the
Immigration and Passport (Amendment) Regulations, 1957,
and shall be read as one with the Immigration and Passport
Regulations, 1947 (General Government S. R. & 0. 1947 No.
14) as amended, hereinafter called the Principal Regulations.

2. Amendment. The Principal Regulations are
hereby amended-

(i) by inserting the following immediately after the
words "Every such person" in regulation 4:-

"(except a person upon whose travel
document there is a permit exempting him
from preparing an Embarkation/Disembar-
kation Card when leaving or entering the
Colony) ";

(ii) by substituting the following for Form "B1"
in the Schedule:

"FORM "BI "

(Regulation 4 (3) ).
The Immigration and Passport Act, 1945.


Embarkation/Disembarkation Card*










EMBARKATION / DISEMBARKATION CARD.*

Mr.
1. Name in full M rs. ...................... ......................... M aiden Name............. .
Miss
(Please print)
2 D ate of B irth ................................................... ............... ....................................................................... .............
(day) (month) (year)
3 P lace of Birth ............... ............................ .... ................ ........ .............. ............. .....................
4. Nationality................. ............ .................. ............................ .............................
5. O occupation ..... .................... ...... ................... .. ....... ......... ...........
6 H om e A d d ress................................. ................................................................ .........................
7. For arriving passengers-Port of Embarkation )
For passengers leaving-Port of Disembarkation
8. For arriving passengers-Intended address I
For passengers leaving-Last address
9. Passport Num ber............ ........................................ .......... ....
10. Place and Date of Issue ....................... ....................................................................


i of Passenger.

(FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY)











Size of entire document not more than 4 x 6 inches
(102 x 152 millimetres) outside."


Made by the Governor in Council this 16th day of
August, 1957.

GEORGE CABEY,
Clerk of the Council.



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by E. M. BLACKMAN, Government Printer.--By Authority.
1867.
39100033-500-9.57 Price 4 cents,








MONTSERRAT.


STATUTORY RULES AN!) ORDERS.

1957, No. 22.


EXPORTATION OF FRUIT.


PROCLAMATION DATED SEPTEMBER 9, 1957, APPLYING THE
EXPORTATION OF FRUIT ORDINANCE, 193S, (No. 4/1938)
TO BANANAS.


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF MONTSERRAT.
A PROCLAMATION.

A. F. DAWKINS,
Administrator.

In exercise of the powers vested in me by section 2 of the
Exportation of Fruit Ordinance, 1938, (No. 4 of 1938) I,
ARTHUR FRANCIS DAWKTNS, Esquire, Administrator of the
Colony of Montserrat, with the advice of the Executive Coun-
cil of the Colony do hereby order and proclaim thnt the said
'Exportation of Fruit Ordinance, 1938, shall, as from this (lay,
apply to the following fruit, namelyv:-Banians.

GIVEN at the 'Administrator's UOii w, ,MoIntserrat,
this 9th day of September. 1957, aind in the
sixth year of Her Ma;jesty's rcign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN






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1957.


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VIRGIN ISLANDS,

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.


1957, No. 18

THE HARBOUl DUES ORDER, 1957, DATED JULY 2, 1957,
MA1 E BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION
5 (2) OF THE HARBOURS AND WHARVES ORDINANCE,
1954 (No. 13 OF 1954).


1. CITATION. This Order may be cited as the Harbour
Dues Order, 1957.

2. AMENDMENT. The First Schedule to the Harbour
and Wharves Ordinance, 1954 (No 13 of 1954) is hereby
amended by the substitution of the following for paragraphs
(a) and (b) thereof:-

For every vessel entering the harbour from out-
side the territorial waters of the Colony, on every
such entry-
(i) when the vessel is of 10 tons
or under ... ... 26c.
(ii) when the vessel is over 10 tons
but under 20 tons .... 52c.
(iii) when the vessel is of 20 tons
or over ... ... 95e."
Made by the Governor in Council this 2nd day of
July, 1957.
M. TITLE,
Clerk of the Council.

Approved by the Legislative Council this 9th day of
July, 1957.
H. O. CREQUE,
Clerk of the Council.
Printed Nt the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
by E. BLACKMAN., Government Printer. By Authority.
1967,


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VIRGIN ISLANDS.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 20,
LEEWARD ISLANDS AND WINWARD ISLANDS
(COURTS) (CIRCUITS AND SITTINGS)
Rules made by the Chief Justice under the Authority of
Article 16 of the Leeward Islands and Windward Islands
(Courts) Order in Council, 1939.

1. Short Title. These Rules may be cited as the
Leeward I-1.I.1, and Windward Islands (Courts) (Circuits and
Sittings) (Amendment) Rules, 1957, and shall be read as one
with the Rules relating to the Circuits and Sittings of the Court
made by the Chief Justice on the 24th day of September, 1911,
(Leeward Islands General Government S. R. & 0. 1941, No. 15)
hereinafter referred to as the Principal Rul(s.
2. Rule 1 of principal Rules replaced. For Rule
1 of the principal Rules the following shall be substituted:-
1. CIRCUITS. For the purpose of distributing the
business of the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands (hereinafter called the Court" ) the Colonies
of Grenada, St. Vincent, St. Lucia iand Dominica comprising
the \V 'in. 1W Idu [snds and the Colonies of Montserrat, Antigua,
St. Christopher-Nevis and Anguilla, uand the Virgin Islands
comprising the Leeward Islands shall be divided into the follow-
ing Circuits, namely:-
(a) The Grenada Circuit which shall comprise the Colony
of Grenada.
(b) The Saint Vincent Circuit which shall comprise the
Colony of St. Vincent.
(c) The St. Lucia Circuit which shall comprise the Colony
of St. Lucia.
(d) The Dominica Circuit which shall comprise the
Colony of Dominica.
(e) The \Inrit-errat Circuit which shall comprise the
Colony of Montserrat.
(f) The Antigua Circuit which shall comprise the Colony
of Antigua.








(q) The Saint Christopher Circuit which shall comprise
the Island of St. Christopher and the Islands and rocks adjacent
thereto (except the Island of Nevis).
(h) The Nevis Circuit which shall comprise the Island of
Nevis.
(i) The Anguilla Circuit which shall comprise the Island
of An'uilla and the Islands and rocks adjacent thereto.
(/) The Virgin Islands Circuit which shall comprise the
Colony of the Virgin Islands ".
3. Rule 3 of the principal Rules replaced. For
Rule 3 of the principal Rules the following shall be
substituted:-
3. In each of the said Circuits an ordinary sitting of the
Court presided over by a single Judge, for the trial of civil,
criminal and other proceedings and for the disposals of such
other business as may then be legally dispossed of by him shall
be held at the following times and places:-
(a) In the Grenada Circuit-
(i) In every month except August and
September for the trial of civil causes
in the summary and higher jurisdic-
tion of the Court, and the hearing of
appeals from Magistrates.
(ii) In the months of February, June and
October for the trial of criminal causes.

(b) In the Saint Vincent Circuit-
(i) In every month except August and
September for the trial of civil causes
in the summary and higher jurisdiction
of the Court, and the hearing of
appeals from Magistrates.
(ii) In the months of February, June and
October for the trial of criminal causes.

(c) In the Saint Lucia Circuit-
(i) In every month except August and
September for the trial of civil causes
and the hearing of appeals from
Magistrates.
(ii) In the months of February, June and
October for the trial of criminal causes,








(d) In the Dominica Circuit in the months of
January, April, July and N'v.ii. r for the trial of civil
causes in the summary and higher jurisdiction of the
Court, and the hearing of appeals from Magistrates and
the trial of criminal causes.

(e) In the Montserrat Circuit in the months of March
and November for the trial of ci iuinal and civil causes in
the summary and higher jurisdiction of the Court and the
hearing of appeals from Magistrates.

(f) In the Antigua Circuit-

(i) In every month except Augiiut and Sep-
tember for the trial of civil causes in the
summary and higher jurisdiction of the
Court, and the hearing of appeals from
Magistrates.
(ii) In the months of January, May and October
for the trial of criminal causes.

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

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

(h) In the Nevis Circuit in ticn month of A'pril and
Noveinber for the trial of criminal and civil causes in the
summary a ;id higiier jurisdiction i,[ the Court and the
hearing of appeals from 3. -jistratcs.
(i) In the Anguilla Circuit in the months of February
and June for the trial of criminal and civil causes in the
summary and higher jurisdiction of the. Court and the
hearing of appeals from Mngihitrals.
(i) In the Virgin I-lands Circuit in the month of
April for the trial of critmirnl and civil cienus in the sum-
mary and higher jurisdiction of the Court and the hearing
of appeals frn w Magistrate ",







4. Rule 6 of Principal Rules replaced For
Rule 6 of the principal Rules the following shall be substi.
tuted:-
6. ASSIGNMENT OFI JUDGES TO CIRCUIT. The following
are the selections of the Circuit Judges for the said sittings:-
(a) For the sittings of the Grenada Circuit-
The Chief Justice or the Puisne Judge resident in St. Lucia.
(6) For the sittings of the Saint Vincent and Domi-
nica Circuits-
The Puisne Judge resident in St. Vincent and Dominica.
(c) For the sittings of the St. Lucia Circuit.

The Puisne Judge resident in St. Lucia.

(d) For the sittings of the Antigua, Montserrat and
Virgin Islands Circuits-

The Puisne Judge resident in Antigua.

(e) For the sittings of the Snint Christopher-Nevis
and Anguilla Circuits.

The Puisne Judge resident in St. Christopher:

Provided that the Chief Justice may from time to time alter or
vary the selections of Judges for sittings of the Court ".

5. Rule 7 of Principal Rules replaced. For
Rule 7 of the principal Rules the following shall be substituted-

7. There shall be in every year the following vacations
of the Court:--

The months of August and September and the period from
the 23rd day of December to the 6th day of January next
following:
Provided that nothing in this Rule shall be construed as
affecting the hearing of criminal causes during vacations "








6. Commencement. These Rules shall come into
force upon the date to be fixed by the Chief Justice and notified
in the Gazette.

Made by the Chief Justice this 28th day of May, 1957.

DONALD JACKSON,
Chief Justice.

Approved by the Acting Governor of the Windward Islands
this 3rd day of Junu, 1957.

H. LINDO,
Acting Governor.

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

A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.

























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ANTIGUA.


No.


of 1957.


BILL Fon

An Ordinance to amend further the Criminal
Procedure Act.

[ ]
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Antigua.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Criminal Procedure Act (Amendment) Ordinance,
1957, and shall be read as one with the Criminal
Procedure Act, as amended, hereinafter called the
Principal Act.
2. Section 2 of the Principal Act is hereby
amended by inserting the following definition
immediately after the definition of the word
"Property":-
"the Court" means the Supreme Court or
any Judge thereof.


A SNT I 'A.


Commence-
ment.



Short title.
Cap. 31;
Act 11/145;
S. R, & 0.
1956 No. 22.

Amendment
of section 2 of
the Principal
Act.






ANTIGUA. 2 Criminal Procedure Act No. of 1957,
(Amendment).
Amendment 3. For the caption of Part VII of the
of caption of
Part VI of Principal Act the following shall be substituted:-
the Principal
Act. "EVIDENCE, ATTENDANCE OF
WITNESSES, AMENDMENT, JUDG-
MENTS, &C."

Insertion of 4. Immediately after section 33 of the
n"S n Principal Act, the following new sections shall
pal Act. be inserted:-
"Attendance 34. Every person who is bound by
of witness
bound by recognisance to attend at any criminal sessions
recugni~slnce or sittings of the Court as a witness, whether
to ttnd for the prosecution or for the defence, in any
case to be tried at such sessions or sittings,
shall be bound to attend the Court, whether
or not he has received any subpoena or notice,
on the day appointed for the trial of such
case, and on subsequent days of such sessions
or sittings, until the case has been disposed of,
or until he has been discharged by the Court
from further attendance.
Writs of 34A. (1) Every person whose attend-
subpoena ance as a witness, whether for the prosecution
or for the defence, is required in any case, and
who has not been bound by recognisance to
attend as a witness at the criminal sessions or
sittings at which such case is to be tried, shall
be summoned by a writ of subpoena.
(2) Every such subpoena shall issue in
the name of the Queen, and shall be tested in
the name of the Chief Justice.
Duty to 34B. (1) Subject to the provisions of
poenar4 subsection (2) of this section, it shall be the
duty of the Registrar, on being furnished
with the names and places of abode of any
witnesses on behalf of the prosecution or
defence whose attendance is required to be
secured by subpoena, to prepare for service
a writ or writs of subpoena directed to such
witnesses, together with as many copies
thereof, as there may be witnesses named in
such writ or writs.






No. of 1957. Criminal Procedure Act 3 ANTIGtA.
(Amendment).

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of
subsection (1) of this section, it shall be lawful
for the Registrar, before a subpoena directed
to any witness whose attendance is required
on behalf of the defence is prepared, to require
to be satisfied by evidence on oath or other-
wise that that witness is likely to be able to
give material evidence: Provided that nothing
in this subsection shall be deemed to prejudice
any right or power of the Court at the trial to
call, or permit to be called, any witness.
(3) When application shall be made to
postpone any trial by reason of the absence of
any witness, it shall be taken as prima facie
evidence, liable nevertheless to be rebutted,
that the party applying for such postpone-
ment has not exercised all due and necessary
diligence to secure the attendance of such
witness if it shall appear that no subpoena
to such witness was requested four clear days
at the least before the first day of: the criminal
sessions or sittings.
34C. The Registrar, by himself or his service of
assistants, shall with all diligence, serve, or subpoenas
attempt to serve, a copy of the writ of
subpoena upon each witness to be served, and
shall note every such service or attempted
service with the time thereof upon the original
writ of subpoena, and shall endorse and
subscribe thereon a certificate of the service or
non-service thereof, as the circumstances of the
case mny require; any such certificate shall be
primna facie evidence of the facts stated therein.
341). If any person who has been Warrantfor
bound ,b recognisance to attend as a witness, apprehension
of witness not
whether ior the prosecution, or for the defe'ice, attendingon
at the trial of any case does not attend the recognisance.
Court on the day appointed for the trial of
such ease, and no reasonable excuse is offered
for such non-attendance, the Court may issue
a warrant to apprehend such person, and to
bring him, at a time to be mentioned in the
warrant, before the Court in order to give
evidence on behalf of the prosecution or of the
defence, as the case may be,






ANTIGUA. 4 Criminal 1Pr, ,edure Act No. of 1057.
(Amendment).
Warrant for 34E. If any person to whom any writ
apprehension
of witness of subpoena is directed does not attend the
disobeying Court at the time and place mentioned therein,
summons. and no reasonable excuse is offered for such
non-attendance, then, after proof upon oath,
to the satisfaction of the Court, that the writ
was duly served, or that the person to whom
the writ is directed wilfully avoids service, the
Court, being satisfied, by proof upon oath,
that he is likely to give material evidence,
may issue a warrant to apprehend such person,
and to bring him, at a time to be mentioned
in the warrant, before the Court in order to
give evidence on behalf of the prosecution or
of the defence, as the case may be.

Fine for non. 34F. Every person who makes default
attendance
of witness. in attending as a witness in either of the cases
mentioned in the two last preceding sections
shall be liable, on the summary order of the
Court, to a fine of ninety-six dollars, and in
default of payment, to imprisonment for two
months.

Warrant for 34G. (1) If a Judge is satisfied, by
apprehension
of witness in proof upon oath, that any person likely to
first instance, give material evidence either for the prosecution
or for the defence, on the trial of any case,
will not attend to give evidence, without being
compelled to do so, he may order that, instead
of a subpoena being issued, a warrant shall
be issued in the first instance for the apprehen-
sion of such person.

(2) Every person arrested under any
auch warrant shall, if the trial of the case
for which his evidence is required is appointed
for a time which is more than twenty-four
hours after the arrest, be taken before a Judge,
and the Judge may, on Lis furnishing security
by recognisance, to the satisfaction of the
Judge, for his appearance at such trial, order
him to be released from custody, or shall, on
his failing to furnish such security, order him
$o be a1tained for production at such trial,






No. of 1957. Criminal Procedure Act 5 ANTIrTA.
(Amendment).

34H. (1) If any person attending the Mode lof dta-
Court as a witness, either on his recognisance, itnwth
or in obedience to a subpoena, or by virtue of riofunig to he
a warrant, or being present in Court and Bworn. tc.
being verbally required by the Court to give
evidence in any case-
(a) refuses to be sworn as a witness,
or
(b) having been so sworn, refuses to
answer any question put to him by or
with the sanction of the Court, or
(c) refuses or neglects to produce any
document which he is required by the
Court to produce,
without in any such case offering any
sufficient excuse for such refusal or neglect, the
Court may if it thinks fit, ndlj.'ir or post-
pone the trial of the case for any period not
exceeding eight days, and may in the meantime,
by warrant, commit such person to prison.
(2) If such person, upon being brought
before the Court at or before such adjourned
or postponed trial, again refuses to do what is
so required of him, the Court nmay, if it thinks
fit, again adjourn or postpone the trial
of the case, and commit him in like manner,
and so again from time to time until such per-
son consents to do what is so required of him.
(3) Every such person who is guilty of
such refusal or neglect shall also reliable, on
the summary order of the Court, either in addi-
tion to or in lieu of such punishment, to a fine
of ninety-six dollars, and in default of payment,
to imprisonment for two months.
(4) Nothing herein contained shall affect
the liability of any such person to any other
punishment or proceeding for refusing or
,i,, tll, tito do what is so required of him, or
shall prevent the Court from disposing of the
case in the meantime, according to any other
sufficient evidence produced before it.






ANTIGUA. 6

Non-
attendance of
witness
adjourned
trial.


Criminal Procedure Act
(Amendment).


No. of (1,57.


341. Every witness who is present when
the trial or further trial of a case is adjourned,
or who has been duly notified of the time to
which such trial or further trial is so adjourned,
shall be bound to attend at such time, and in
default of so doing, may be dealt with in the
same manner as if he had failed to attend be-
fore the Court in obedience to a subpoena to
attend and give evidence.


Amendment 6. Section 40 of the Principal Act is hereby
of section 40
of the Princi- amended-
pal Act. (i) by substituting a full stop for the
comma after the words Supreme
Court "; and
,(ii) by deleting the words which rules
shall also apply to such Inferior
Courts of criminal jurisdiction as
shall be therein designated. "
Insertion of 6. Immediately after the end of Part VII of
new Part in
the Principl the Principal Act, the following new Part numbered
Act. VIIA shall be inserted:-
"'VIIA
ARRAIGNMENT AND TRIAL OF
INSANE PERSON.
Procedure 41A. If any accused person appears, on
idi ap arraignment, to be insane, the Court may order
.pears on a jury to be empanelled to try the sanity of
to insane such person, and the jury shall their upon,
after hearing evidence for that purpose, find
whether such person is or is not insane and un-
fit to take his trial.
Procedure 41B. If, during the trial of any accused
whore person
indicted p person, such person appears, after the hearing
pears during of evidence to that t>-cr or otherwise, to the
isinanet jury before whom he is tried, to be insane, the
Court shall in such case direct the jury tO
abstain from finding a verdict upon the indict-
ment, and, in lieu thereof, to return a verdict
that such person is insane: Provided that a
verdict under this section shall not affect the
trial of any person so found to be insane for
the offence for which he was indicted, in case
he subsequently becomes of sound mind,






No, of 1957. Criminal Procedure Act 7 ANTIGCA.
(Amnendment).

41C. Where, in an indictment, any act or Special verdict
omission is charged against any person as an rson Iou
offence, and it is given in evidence on the trial guilty, ut in-
of such person for that offence that he was in- of atCor
sane, so as not to be responsible according to omission
law for his actions at the time when the act charged.
was done or the omission made, then, if it
appears to the jury before whom such person is
tried that he did the act or made the omission
charged, but was insane as aforesaid at the time
when he did or made the same, the jury shall
return a special verdict to the effect that the
accused person was guilty of the act or omission
charged against him, but was insane as afore-
said at the time when he did the act or made
the omission.
41D. Where any person is found to be Provision for
insane under the provisions of section 41A or "ouseiyeon
section 41B of this Act, or has a special ver- found insane.
dict found against him under the provisions of
the last preceding section, the Court shall direct
the finding of the jury to be recorded, and
thereupon the Court may order such person to
be detained in safe custody, in a hospital for
criminals of unsound mind, until Her Majesty's
pleasure shall be known.
41E. The Court shall immediately report Judge to
the finding of the jury and the detention of report ending
such person to the Governor, who shall order
such person to be dealt with as a criminal of
unsound mind under the laws of the Colony
for the time being in force for the care and
custody of criminals of unsound mind, or other-
wise as he may think proper."

President.

Passed the Legislative Council this day
of 1957.


Clerk of the Council,






ANTIGUA. 8 Criminal Procedure Act No, of 1957,
(Amendment).

OBJECTS AND REASONS,



The object of this Bill is to make provisions
which are deemed necessary regarding-

(i) the attendance of witnesses at criminal
cases in the Supreme Court;

(ii) the arraignment and trial of insane
persons; and

(iii) the custody of accused persons found
to be insane.

2. Clause 4 of the Bill is based upon sections
16 to 25 of the Criminal Procedure Ordinance-
Trinidad Chapter 4 No. 3, and clause 6 of the Bill
is based upon sections 66 to 70 of the said
Ordinance.

W. E. JACOBS,
Attorney General.

Attorney General's Chambers,
St. John's,
Antigua.
29th March, 1957.













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