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Montserrat
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
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    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 11 of 1957: Montserrat Constitution and Elections (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957
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    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 5 of 1957: External Trade Ordinance, 1957
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    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 31 of 1957: Resolution of the Legislative Council of the Colony of Antigua dated September 30, 1957, made under section 15 of the Customs Duties Ordinance, 1927 (No. 11 of 1927)
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THURSDAY, 10TH OCTOBER, 1957.


NiWS


Lease v- C ri',n Lands.


Sealed bids are invited for the lease
for a period of 99 ye~ar with option
of reiaxwal, ad dk r-, nu:nt within
the first five ears following C(',vn L ihe Colony
of the Briti- Vir :i i s:-

(a) The vwhi h -. o0 island of
Little St. L, ;ii; n ii.tt d within
the N;rrl i. (;:: Gorda,
(lat 18 31'N, hloi-p. 4 .'2 W) coPm-
p ibi 1,ii i'- n v e'i: i c rs aind




oliw so- t'li i 1i I h r T of the
two h.n i 40, fl long
and 120 ft. T Th .--re:re s-vir-]-
g0on bui ii n -it'-.

(b) The whiol- f the island of
Prickly Pa, sitr S';al within the
Nor i A S unii, Vir: Gorda, (lat
18 31'N. i lg'. 64' '21A'V) comprising
ap)pioxinma tel:y 40 ars iand contain-
ing several, good whie-sand beaches
and a nnmbiie of building sites.
The i.snd also ha-i a 'few small
ponds.

(.) 'I;. w i,'h ,' i la: d or
is.t of liititl S tim knoe',a as
"Little S'vy comprising approx-
inately acre. It is situated within
the Norti) So': d, Vir-in (',.rda,
( h i -',!' oi!t1 G. i20'W ). The
islet 1hi no 1 ( :,.'' bit has an
anchl raW,' and ,.: bil ii- for
underwater sports fishing. A house
can be built upon il

(d) Antuilla Point, a promontory
of the island of Virgin Gorda,
situated in the N: rth aound (lat.
1; 'n '. !.' ii. !6I' 0 -2'W i c., rising
2 areas, anit co, .. itini a good
whlite-sanid beach. There ai-i one
or twov l iii ; :-i-s.

(e) Saxannah PBay at the- centre
of Virgin Gorda. (!at. 18 22'N. long.
C-1 e.','W) comprising two separate
lots of laInd total ing approximately
6 acres. There are two or more
bnuall buihi-n1g -its. Thli lease
will include rights to the beach but
not an exclusive right over the
A/ whole of the beach.

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(f) ,low"r cSouth Sound point
situated at Virgin Gorda. (ha.
1,- '. loni 64"23'W ) .:,,.; '
approxinmately 2 acres in extent.
The point is situated at the extreme
south of a tw\o-mil- long reuef
barrier :.enclosiinj a bay which li;es a
god anichragi anid =0 ha.'.o1 isibili-.
ti.'a for underwater sports fishing.
There is no bathini g bItach bint u re
Sa iuildin g .ii- wiiihin tiw area
offei'nri .

2. The lairds will be le',sedt subject
to the i' l!.i, ,.i of the agreed condi-
tioti of dev' '(pment within an initial
perio.'i of live o'rs eand th. l'Olt th'
leaise vill extnd-! to 99 y tears inchlsinv
of ihn first five yoari. 'ih lessee
wili iih w ''i ni fniihr rei tw--
J t' 1! x lat; n ; f tah h".t- e.

3. 'r-'ferei e will i- ei'en tH ,
consiru;tit i r1 v y 1 o i it ( for
purpq ss which pr' mol' tii'isi y
for priv;tt residences. BiLs sio',nd
indicatl cleari, y--

(a) thi lands to whict, they
relate (eich cpiortion described in
pa;graLph 1 ablovo should bh d b id
for s'[; rateily though th,'ra is no
objection to two or more portions
being combined together in the
same bid);

(L) th type and value of the
developmen-t which the intended
lessen props]e s to c:'nry out with
particular as ta th-' size of any
buildings or other faciii'ies to be
erected on the pr'-isete and the iuse
to which t y \\i! I. put;

(I.) the timen witliin \\lhiel d vN'e!-
opneint will I, com bnv d1: aml

(d) the annual rental which the
intended lesese is prepared ~o pay
to the Government in consideration
of the lease on a per-acre basis
showing

(i) rental per year during first
5 years, and

(ii) rental per year during
remainder of the lease.

4. Bids should be submitted in
sealed envelopes marked BID FOR
CROWN LANDS" addressed to the
Admniniiit1ator, Ad ministirtor's Office,
Road lTow n. Tortola and should reach
that office not later than 12.00 noon
on Saturday the 26th October, 1957.


5. '. overinwet di no 'hind
itself to UacepLt the highest or an; bid.

6. If any hid iailde by a non-
British subject is accepted, the lease
by him of any land,; cannot be pro-
ceeded with or effected unless and
until a licence is gr nted to him for
this purpose undi 'r tlih Aliens Land
Ilolding R",bulati A.4ini;n, i<:din 's a 'ftce,
.Pold 'To'wtn, Tot-Iola.
British Vi'r!:'n Islandrs.


INVAL..l.a. :.'.:, OF ANTIGUA Sir,-.PS.

It is thereby uitified for ge ew:'l
infornmiati that, notwihstli'Inding the
provisions of thit inp G1 -r V I ten
shilling a;lnd oine p!nd Sitpllp
(Inv;lidtiion) Order, 1P''. (S. R. & 0.
1957 No. 9) t!, Aniiiua tain-s of
the values of tfeo hillintis an ohn
pound authl.rie I for use in A'iguna
Ly the "': cler(I, 194, (S. N. & 0
li94f No. (i) Iui y, by virte the
King George VI ,-,i xfltdings and one
pound Stamps (oiitinuianice of UIse)
Order, 1957. (S. . 0. 1957 No. 29)
continue to b- 1:: od for hlie payment
oi postage or stamp niuiies u) to and
including the 31st day of March,
!1: after which date '-.. shall no
longer be valid for the said purposes.

Proviaion has, however, been made
in the above ContiinlaNiC of Use
Order for ui period of igrtace of three
inonli0 lileraitier, thia is on or
before lth .1 Ii day of .Junie, 1958,
within whici hold. gs of the stamps
of s1e :;l)ovex i ntined <1Ienomina-
tir ins i my effect their exchange at the
Gi rn i'lt Office, St. John's, Anti-
ai s. for a stamp or stamps of equal
valne autl.horiseC for use in the Colony
of Anitigua.
Administrator's i,.-',
An tigua.
21st Siptember. 1957.

COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS OFFICE,
ANTI(UA,
6th September, 1957.

On or after the 1st October, 1957,
all passengers arriving on Airciaft
whether intransit or otherwise, must
pass through the Customs Examina-
tion Room before proceeding to the
Passengers' Lounge.

J. R. A. Mc .DONALD,
CG;llector of Cuslomte.


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VOL. II.


No. 4,.







232 THE MNIUMUA, MJON l l Wi) AND UI(il N MALONI)8 GA"IL F IETH '. r0obr i 1 957.


IT IS i' .'EHT NOT!''i .D for
general information that as from the
8th day of October, 1957, i.i goods
brought or se0n. to Ihe Antigua Ehlctri-
city, Ice and Cold Storage Deorirtmient
for Cold Storage v)ill only bo aeceCpt l
on condition that i.he 1dpartmielnt
shall be under no liability in respect
of any loss, itorrior'ation. !inage or
claim of whatever nature occasioned
,y .>r arising diirectly or indirectly
from .iny def,'ct of whatever nature
in thi ref rig:Iratino plant and rooms
of the department.

The above condition shall be im-
piicii on the preseiitation and accept-
ance of any such goods for Cold
Stormglj.
R. T. STisviNS,
Ag. Director,
Electricity d: !' ,' .....

7Th October, 1957.


Under thvl provision of Section
15 (1) of the Rent Reitriction Ordi-
n.ic"- (No. 13 of 1917), the Adminis-
trator of Antigua iY bowe, pleased to
appoint Mr. VICTOR, T. BPGWNI,
Senior C1,'Irl (C'aitral TIousinla and
Planning Anthlority, to act as Rent
Restriction Officer during the absence
on leave of the House Property Mana-
ger of the Central Housing and Plan-
ning authorityy .

Administrator' O, .
St. John's.
Antiqua.
8th ( .-oi>e 7
RefLu. A. 38/15

No. 120.

Appointments, ti n.ifer., "I in
the public ~:crvicr-. Vwii ( fect from
the dates stated, are published for
general information:-
.4- ,i (a.

Davis, 0. F. G., Junior Clerk, Public
Works Departmnrit, re:,igned ;a;-
p.Ointment. Sept. 30.

]-.o|'.. ";bJ, 3.. appointed Petty O(i-
i III, Cntr,,l BoarJ of
He ith. April 8.

James. C,, appointt.'l ,Junior Clerk
E!-'tricity, Ic;e and ('old Storage
Dc, artmnt. .,., 25.

Kir'..r N. E. ., n inior flerhk,
'r,,sAury resigned appolntmant.
Sept. 29.

Ma.: IR R., ,appointed Petty Officer
Ci s [II. Fisheries Division Agri-
cliur.,: DnepIartnent. Oct. 1.

Martin, S., UiToertificatted Teacher,
Education DopartioIent resigned
p)poiintmnent. Sipt. 17.

1'Y.,'nlri, Miss V., Junior !-I-, Post
I1c ,; rpsig-nei appointment.
No'. 3.
Royer, 1isi S., Junior Cl'rk. Police
D,-partm,,nt resigned apipoinitmnt.
Sept. 30.


'-'...I...,.. N. j, aplAinted Junior
i '1- Peasant Dev i1pment Sor-
vices, Agriciltural Department,
Aug. 1.

MJani8er'rat.

Arthurton, Mii-' N. E. R., Junior Clerk,
IPo! Office, promoted and appointed
as Senior Clerk, Administrator's
Office. Jan. 1
M. E. 275.

Browne, J. H. L., Junior Clerk, Hospi-
tal, promoted and appointed as
Senior Clerk, Treasury.
Jan. 1
M. E. 295.

Cabey, T. W., P. C. (1. II Agricultural
Department, retired. \L.. 17
31. R. 128.

Carrot, J. H., Principal, Administra-
tor's Office, promoted and appointed
AdminiisKrtive Secretary, Adfmin is-
trator's Office. Jan. 1
3. E. 2? 6.

Dyett, Mliss V. S. R., Senior Clerk,
Administrator's Office, promoted
and appointed Principal, Ahdminis-
trator's COffee. Jan. 1
AL E. 79.

Franklin, A. C., Building Surveyor
(0H AI'A) Autigua, '-ppinted
S3 i nl(0'ltelldeot of Pubilic Works,
Monts;;rrat. Jan. 4
M. K6. 4.1.

Jeffers, Miss D. H., clericall Probation-
,r, \Adm'inistr tor's Office, pri'noted
an;i lapointed Junior Clerk Admnin-
ist'ator's Office. Jan. 1
M 4. 14 1.

Lee, P., ;ppoint.-d Junior Cl-rk, Hospi-
li i:;d recoinded to Public Works
Dpimltmlent on 1st July, 1957.
Jan. 1
M. E. 471

Mead J W. F., Clerical Probationer,
iomiA,.d and appointed Junior
crink, Po.st Once. Jan. 1
M. ;. 423

Piper, W A.. Ju.ior Clerko Public
WA's D)-patment, seecnded aS
:;,i'olnlarv School Non-Gradiate
\ssiaat (Mian). July 1
Ni. a. 3;;:.

Rock, : N G., CSi'ric;i PrOlbatioiner,
p ,oi!at Ad Acting Junior C(lerk,
In'ifta! from 12th August. 1957,
i. thC(' pl;ce' i' Mr. P. Lee wo ;'ecoild-
n)ienm to i te Pilic Nvorksl Depart-
wenL
1.E 1 76

jPe.' :.-. Mr. .A., Assistant Tehdphone
(O.i rtor, rItired. October 9
1. F. s.i

-',. .i Miss F. C., Junior Clerk,
'Pri-r:y Kdnaation Department, on
p'b:(ion, confirmed in appoint-
rient. July 10
ML E. K:52

TP.., Miss C. P., Junior Clerk,
Treasury. on probation, confirmed
in appointment. July 21
M E. 431


No. 121.

The following O dinancei nud Sta-
tutory Role & Ord-v are circulatedd
with this (azlt,' & v orm part thereof:

OR DI NUANCES.

M.on lserrat.

No. 11 of 1957. The Montserrat
Constitluion and ElectionA (Amend-
meiit) Ordinanee. 19i57."
2 pp. Price 4 cts.

Virgin Islands.

No. 5 of 1957, The Externli Trade
Ordinance, 1957."
7 pp. Price 9 cents.

STATUTORY RULE & OiDER.

.A4 ntfua.
No. 31 of !57I, i REsolutio of the
Legislative C',ouncii of thet ( oliy of
Antigu;a dateid Sptemb!r :0. 1957,
made und-r se(:ion ;15 of the Customs
Duties Ordiniici. 1927 (No. 11 of
1927)."
1 i'. lPric"' 3 'cnts.


'RADE M ARtK' OFFICE,
iOR'Oi l, A
BRITISH rR-(; N ISLANDS.
th ,'e1 :cO';, br, 1957.

BROWN AND W i111 AMSON
TOBACCO COI'Oi;RATION (EX-
PORT) IoMftiT). of Vi.,-oinster
HIoose, 7, Millbank, London, -i. W.,
England, have applied for registration
of one Trade Mairk cllnsistini i, the
following:-


* j~1i


- -


in la01
weather
turned.


i, tbht is to say: Tobacco
i- riutftc! '! Fe(d or unnianufac-


Thn Applicantsi ]im thAt ; hey have
nued thl, said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goods f'r i ne 'years before
the date of iiE ir saiti Appiciation.

Any person ii;yA wit'lin three
monotlfs of ithe first iapparl;ilce of this
AdvertisemIint in the Antihnoa, Mont-
asrrati i-nd -'i,,"4;nt Islan1 is G(azette,
give notice i'n duplicate at the Tradi'
Mark O!t.. Iritish Virgin Islands, of
opposition of the said Trade Mark.

H. Alex Besson,
Rtgyi;trar f 'Trade Marks








October 10, 1957] TIE ANTI A, MO)NTSF{RRAT AN) V'I(IIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 233


00ice of the Administrator qf
Estates,
Antigua,
16th Septomber, 1957.

In the matter of the Estate of
Alfred Bertie, late of the City
of Saint John in the Island of
Antigua. Deceased.
(Unrepresented)
Take notice that creditors residing
within the Colon are to cdme in and
prove their debts against the Estate
of the above-named deceased w ho
died in the island of Antigua on the
Sth day of November, I'..'5, on or
before the itth day of January, 1958:
and that creditors residlitr out of the
Colony are to conie in and prove their
debts against the said estatee o(n r
before thi 16th day oa May, 1958.
In default of their so doing they
will )e xclndoid from any blneiit
awisi ni from such Estate.

CECIL 0. BYRON,
A dmi.nitrator of Estates.


Office of the Administrator of
Kst l ies.
A ntiquua,
1Wth ;Sept.emher, 1957.
In the matter of the Estate of
Percival Fane, late of the City of
;aint John in the Island of
An tiga. Deceased.
(Unrepresented)
Tak: notice that creditors residinti
vwilhin the Colony are to come iln and
prove their debts against the Estate ,f
the aliivo-nanid deceased wlho di(
in tlihe island of AnitigI; oni tlhe i(tih
day of May, 1957, on or L,.-fre iMhe
IGtlh day of January, 1958: ai;d that
criditcrs residing. out of the Cli ny
are to come in and pi'nve their it(ts
against the said estat. on or before
thei ;hll day of May, 19.'S.
In dilfault of their so dioilo thiey
will 1, excluded front any lot neit
arising from such Estate.

CECIL 0. BYR ON.
Adminiistratori, f i.lt/'i 'i

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
PLYMOUTH,
M()NTSEI AT,
20tt September, 1957.

YARDLEY & (COMPANY IAIMIT-
ElD of 105, Carp'entes B.oad, S rat-
fordl, Londoni. E., and 33., O()d ondl
Sr-Let, itonion, W.. Enland, have
appli-,d for r gistratioi il' one TradeI
Mark consisting of the following:--


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
appearance of this advertisement in
the Antiglua, Montserrat &' Virgin
Islands Gazette give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks ()llice, Mont-
serrat, of opposition to registration of
the said Trade Mark.

F. 0. C. Harris,
Registrar of Trade Mlaifks


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
I LYMOUTH, MONTSERRAT.
20th Septeimbr, 1957.

CARREHAS LIMITED of Arcadia
i, orks. ii mpstead Road. Lonidoin,
N.2W.. England, have applied for
Houistration of one T'ade Mark and
design consisting of the followi,:--


in Class 45, that is to say: Toblaco,
wheth-r manufactured or untianu-
fact i red.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
,ppteaornce of this Advertisement in
the A,,'in n- Montserrat & Virgin
[lrntis, (i1aSre gi ve notice in dupli-
cte at the Trade Marks Office, Mont-
s-rrat. of opposition to registration of
the said Trade Mark.
F. O. C. HARRIS,
leqistrar of Trade Marks.


In the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands.
MONTSERRAT CIRCUIT.
(CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBYgiven that in
pursuance of Rules mado by the Chief
Justice undl r section 16 of the '.% iii
ward Islalnd and Leeward Islands
Courts Order in ('onimil, 19 I:'. on the
24th day of September, 1941, as
;nimended, the Honourable the IPuisne
,Judge selected for the sitting of the
Court in the Montserrat Circuit has
appointed the undermentioned day
(on which the ensuing Circuit shall
sit in the Colony, that is to say:--
On Tuesday the 29th day of Octo-
ber, 1957, at 10.00 o'clock in the
forenoon.
F. O. C. HARRIS,

Montserrat Circuit.
Registrar's Office,
Montserrat,
23rd September, 1957.
Ref. M. 65 A./8-III.


MASTERS AND LOCAL AGENTS OF
ALL SHIPS, SAILING VESSELS AND
AIRCRAFT.

All goods of any kind which are
not manifv'sted, arriving in this
Colony from abroad must be
presented to R Customs Officer
at the Airport or Port of Entry.
Officers, hostesses and other mem-
bers of the crews of ships and air-
icr,,it. Agents' clerks, stevedores,
ships' ,luburers and visitors to ships
:m0 advisei to take care to submit to
tie Custoimsi Officers on duty pack-
::'e-i and goods of all descriptions
which they inay bring ashore from
any ship, vessel or aircraft.

Failure to press nt such packages or
goils iI :t Customs Officer may result
in arre-t of the person (concerned and
s izire and coliisciation of the pack-
ir, -i or goods.

'T..- Collector of Cu(stoms, Customs
.illi is aid any nmemb r of the Police
Fort-, upom) reasonable suspicion may
stop anld examine any person carrying
any package ( o ascertain whether any
stmngl'd goods are contained there-
in. Anyone refusing to stop or per-
nmit such examination is liable to a
penalty not exceeding one hundred
pounds. (Section 44 of the Trade &
Revn,,' Ordinance No. 8 of 1900).

The collectorr of Customs and any
person authlorised by him may search
any p'lson on hoard any vessel
wi'h~in any port of this Colony, or
any prison who ias landed from
,;ny v,:ssl or Aircraft provided he
his r.eiason to suppose that such per-
si- i: c.irrying or has uncustomed or
'proiihiledl goods about his person.
(Section 45 of Ordinance No. 8 of
190it).
J. R. A. MCDONALD,
Collector of Customs.
;ith September, 1957.



;AIN!,'ALL Fi - :(t .6

Agricultural Department,

Antiiua.


.[:lnnmt'y


I 9hii. 1951 i IK) 6. 1906. 1957.
.93 3.04 2.16 5 1 F .16


l b. 1.02 2.45 .68 1.23 2.29


AlI.r.

April
Miay
June


5.10 1.LS .88 1 40 .40
2.') .44) 1.75 8.83 2.54
1.50 3.83 2.81 2.58 1.19
1 31 3.32 1.47 6.72 2.86


July 3.20 3.47 2.13 4.29 150
August 3.15 5.93 8.25 5.67 6.48

September 2.10 9.91 5,.9 2.10 8.45
To 5th Oc)t. .1t .62 .02 .23 .72
22.01 34.14 25.69 32.20 29.59


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234 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [October 10,1957.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
PLYMOUTH, MONTSERRAT.
20Lh September, 1957.
WEST INDIAN TOBACCO COM-
PANY LIMITED of Champ Fleurs,
Eastern Main Road, St. Joseph, Trini-
dad, British West Indies, have applied
for registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:-



AgXJ.Jiw


iii Class 45. that is to say: Manufac-
tured tobacco.


Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat d' Virgin
Islands Gazette give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office, Mont-
sarrat, of opposition to registration of
the said Trade Mark.

F. O. C. HARRIS,

lielistrar of Trade Marks.



Applications are invited for the
post of Senior Assistant Master, St.
Vincent Grammar School.

SALARY:

Ihe salary of the post, which is
pensionable is in the scale :.'.Iq x-
120- :'..:00l per anum, plus a pension-
able pay addition of 20% of salary.


DUTIES:
The officer will be required to
teach either Mathematics or History
and English up to Cambridge Higher
School Certificate standard, and to
undertake the teaching of general
subjects in the middle and/or lower
school as the Headmaster may direct.
He will also be required to assist with
extra-curricular activities as occasion
arises, and to assist in the preparation
of schemes or work in the principal
subject taught by him.
QUALIFICATIONS:
The ollicer should be a graduate
of a recognized University. A certifi-
cate or Diploma in Education would
be an asset.
Further particulars regarding the
appointment may be obtained from
the Chief Secretary, Wind ward
Islands, Grenada, to whom appli-
cations should be addressed to reach
him not latter than the 31st October.
1957.
Ref. A.C. 13/89--IV


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 23rd September, 1957.
BRI()WN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORPORATION (EXPORT) LIMITED of
Westminster House, 7, Millbank, London, S.W., have applied for Registration of Two Trade Marks
consisting of the following:-


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

The Applicants claimi that they have used the said Trade M:I.I. 1 & 2
goods for 9 & 28 years respectively before the date of their said Application.


in respect of the said


Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertise-
ient in the Antigua, .li.-,it;-..r, and Virgin Islands Gazette," give notice in duplicate at the Trade
il:irk-. Office, Antigua, of opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.


Cecil 0. Byron,
Registrar of Trade Marks.


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TRiADE MA.RKhS OFFICE.
PLYMoUTrI, M1 ON'TSEIAi'T,
2nd (October. LP57.

BItITISH-AMERl1CAN TOBACCO COMPANY LIMITEDL i of \Wstnin HIouse,
7 Millbank, London, S.W. WEngland have applied for Registration of Fiv"'1, Trade '.:.rks consisting of the
following:-


Trade





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SD. H. .'I : ILLS.
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in Class 45 that is to say: Tobacco whether manufactured or unmanufactured.

The Applic:i!nts claim that they have used the said I'ri Marks 1. 2, 3, 4 & 5 in respect of the
said goods for 87, 30 2';, 4 & 37 years Iaspectively before e the iat of thiir said Ap plic;ation

Any person n m. w'ithi'n rhree months from the (athe f the iirst appearance, of this Advertise-
ment in the Antin'i, Vi.,rr'at irgin Islandsl (;.i:ette. give ntice in duplicate at }he TInde Marks
O uc.*, .... tserrat, of opp)o-ttio. to registration of the said Trade Maii'ks.


F. o. iC. HARRIS,
ReCaisftr/,- of T7rnde M1farks.


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236 THE ANTIGUA, MONiNTSEitRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [October 10, 195T

TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
TORTOLA
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
24th September, 1957.
BROWN AND W1LLIA:1I.:SN TOBACCO CORPORATION (EXPORT) LIMITED, (f Westminster
House, 7, ill l u.li, Loidoii S. W. Eiigland, have applied for registration of one Trade Mark consisting of the
followimn:-.


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in class 45, that is to say: '..I..vI wnhetlr maunfactured or Iuninantfactured.
I'. Applicants claim tihat h:ty have used the said Trade i' l. iin re')cit ,f tihe said goods for twenty-
eight year~B before the dare of their s,'id Application.

Any person n:my within thrie imoiths of the first appearance of this Ad o-i.Ijolarnent in the Antigua, .1, nit-
serrat and Virg(in Is(l)and' (Ga slet, eive notice ill duplicate :;i thie T'iae O: Office, British Virgin Islands, of
opposition "f tih s-dd I,.I Mark.
f.- ALEX BESSON,
Registrar of Trade Marks.


8IROXX 4 'A !1,LfAIA''VN_ TOIBAA'r
SlOt'se, 7, Hillbalnk, Londotn. S.W\V hoVe'
con- -tiIjI of tho followioig:-_

(1)


TRADE MI'i:I.; OFFICE,
PLYiMOUTH, MONTSERRAT.
2nd October, 1957.
cORPORATION EXPORTR) 1 ;ID of
applied for Registration of 'Two Trade .la rks


(2)



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in C I 45 that is to say:-Tobacco whether manufactured or unmanufactured.

The Applicants claim th tht hey have used the said Trade Mark 1 & 2 in
goods for 9 & 28 years respectively before the date of their said Application.


respect of the said


Any person may within three months from the first appearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua, Montrerrat '; Fi irgin Islands Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade M:irlA Office,
Montserrat, of opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.

F. O. 0. IIARRIS,
Registrar of Trade Marks

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No.11 of 1-957. Montserrat Constitution and NIT.
(Amendment) e T.


I ASSENT. l- .
A. T. WILLIAM1 j
Governor. Jp
29th August, 1

MONTSERRAT.

No. 11 of 1957.

An Ordinance to ramend further the Mntserrat
Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1952.
[29th August, 1957]. Commence-
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony of
Montserrat.
1. This Ordinance ma\ be cited as the Mont- Short title.
serrat Constitution and Elections (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1957, and shall be read as one with the 9/9:5T
Montserrat Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 9J11/ir
1952, as amended, hereilifter called the Principal
Ordinance.

2. (1) Subseciion (1) c- .',tion 2 of the Amendment
Principal Ordinance is ihrre by amended by insert- t stion of
ing the following definition illmediately after the Ordinance.
definition of electoral district":-
the Executive Council means the Executive
Council of the Colony;"
(2) The Principal Ordinance shall have effect,
add shall be deemed always to have had effect, as if
immediately after subsection (3) of section 2 the
following subsection were added:-

(3A) For the purposes of this Ordinance
a person shall not be considered to be a public
officer or otherwise to hold office of emolument
under the Crown by reason of the fact that he
S3 in receipt of a salary or other emoluments in
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SERRAT.


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2 Montserrat Constitution and Elections No. 11 of 1957.
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respect of his tenure of the office of Deputy
President, Member of the Council or Member
of the Executive Council."

A. F. DAWKINS,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 16th
day of July, 1957.

GEORGE CABBY,
Clerk of the Council.


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N o. 5 of 1957. External Trade VIRGIN
ISLANDS.
[L.S.]s
I ASSENT,

A, T, WILLIAMS,
Governor.
13th August, 1957.

VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No. 5 of 1957.

An Ordinance to make provision for the regulation
of external trade and other matters incidental
thereto and connected therewith.
[BY PROCLAMATION] Commence-
meant,
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
.of the Virgin Islands.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Exter- Short Title.
nal Trade Ordinance, 1957.

2. In this Ordinance. Interpretn
tion.
export restricted goods means any
goods in respect of which the Governor
in Council has made an order either under
paragraph (a) of section 5 of this Ordi-
nance prohibiting their export from the
Colony without a licence or under
paragraph (b) of the said section 5
limiting their export from the Colony:
goods includes all kinds of move-
able or personal property including
animals:
import restricted goods means
any goods in respect of which the
Governor in Council has made an order
either under paragraph (a) of section 3 of
this Ordinance prohibiting their import
from any country or place without a
licence or under paragraph (b) of the said
section 3 limiting their import:






VIRGIN 2 E:ternal Trade No. 5 of 1957.
ISLANDS.
Supply Officer means the person
appointed is Supply Officer of the Colony
by the Governor for the purposes of this
Ordinance.
Restriction 3. (1) The Governor in Council may from
on certain
imports. time to time by order published in manner herein-
after provided-
(a) prohibit the import of any class of
goods from any country or place without a
licence granted under the provisions of section
4 of this Ordinance;

(b) prohibit absolutely or limit the im-
portation of any goods if in his opinion such
action is in the interests of the Colony or of
any other part of Her Majesty's dominions
and may for the same reason make by order
any such imports subject to such conditions as
he may think fit.

(2) Every order made under subsection (1) of
this section shall be published in the following man-
ner; a copy thereof, certified by the Supply Officer,
shall for a period of seven days after the making
thereof, be conspicuously displayed outside the
Treasury at Road Town, and on every court house,
schoolhouse, and such other buildings as in the
opinion of the Supply Officer will give publicity to
such order.
(3) Every such order shall take effect on the
day following the seventh day of its making.
(4) Where in any case any import licence
has been granted in respect of any goods the subject
of any order limiting their importation made under
the provisions of paragraph (b) of subsection (1) of
this section such licence shall be deemed to be
cancelled from the date when such order takes effect
and the Supply Officer shall only issue fresh licences
which conform with the provisions of any such
order.
Licence to 4. (1) Subject to the provisions of subsections!
import. (2) and (3) of this section the Supply Officer may
grant a licence for the import of any import
restricted goods.






No. 5 of 1957. External Trade 3 VIRGIN
ISLANDS.
(2) No licence shall be granted by the Supply
Officer for. the import of any import restricted
goods if in his opinion the import of such goods
would, or would be likely to, prejudice any trade
agreement or arrangement in respect of external or
internal trade or currency entered into or approved
of by or on behalf of the Government.

,(3) The Supply Officer shall make any licence
granted under the provisions of subsection (2) of
this section subject to such conditions as he shall
think necessary in order to ensure that the import
of the goods in respect of which the licence is to be
issued is in conformity with any agreement or
arrangement in respect of internal or external trade
or currency entered into or approved by or on behalf
of the Government. In imposing such conditions
the Supply Officer shall have rneard not only to the
import of the goods in respect of which the liceince
is required but shall take into consideration the
necessity, if any, for controlling the import of goods
generally or the imports of any particular type of
goods and by such conditions shall ensure the
equitable distribution of import licences.
(4) Notwithstanding the provisions of section
(3) of this Ordinance the following classes of goods
may be imported without a licence whether they
are import restricted goods or not--

(a) goods in transit or for transhipment;
(b) commercial travellers samples;

(c) British returned articles;
(d) baggage and personal effects;
(e) articles shown to be hbna fide unsoli-
- cited gifts and not for re-sale;

(f) currency notes or coins;
(q) goods imported by the Government.
6. (1) The Governor in Council may from Restriction
time to time by order pubhlhed in th< (Iszefteand on tie export
of certain
also in the manner prescribed lb subsection (2) of goods,
section (3) of this Ordinance-


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VIRGIN 4 External iTade No. 5 of 1957.
ISLANDS.
(a) prohibit the export to any country
or place of any class of goods without a licence
granted under the provisions of section 6 of
this Ordinance;
(b) prohibit absolutely or limit the expor-
tation from the Colony of any goods to ant
country if in his opinion such action is in thie
interests of the Colony or of any part of Her
Majesty's dominions ;nd may for the same
reason make by order any such exports subject
to such conditions as he may think fit.
(2) Every such order shall take effect as from
the date of its publication in the Gazette.
(3) .Where in any case any export licence has
been granted in respect of iany oods the ibjert of
any order limiting their exportation made nnder
the provisions of pa:rragph (6) of subsection (1)
of this section such licence shall be deemed to be
cancelled from the date of the publication of the
order in ti.e l.a:efte and the Supply Officer shall
only issue fresh licences which conform with .the
provisions of any s!'ch order.
Licence to 6. (1) Subject to the provisions of subsection
export. (2) of this section the Supply Officer may grant a
licence for the export of any export restricted goods.
(2) No licence shall be granted by the Supply
Officer for the export of any export restricted goods
if in his opinion the export of any such goods
would be contrary to the economic interests of the
Colony or would be likely to prejudice any trade
agreement or arrangement in respect of internal or:
external trade or currency entered into or approved
by or on behalf of the Government.
Cancellation 7. (1) The Supply Officer may cancel any
of lioence etc. import or export licence if it appears to him ne-s-
sary in order not to prejudice any agreement or
arrangement relating to trade or currency entered
into or approved by or on behalf of the Government
subsequent to the granting of the licence.
(2) The Supply Officer may waive any condi-
tion in any import licence if in his opinion the
terms of such condition are no longer necessary.






No. 5 of 1957. External Trade 5

8. (1) All applications for licences under this
Ordinance shall be made in such manner as the
Supply Officer shall direct.


VIRGIN
ISLANDS.
Application
furms.


S(2) All forms for use under the provisions of
this Ordinance shall be in such form as the Supply
Officer shall direct.
9. (1) An appeal shall lie to the Governor in Appeals.
Council against any decision made by the Supply
Officer refusing or cancelling any licence under this
Ordinance.


(2) Any such appeal shall be made within
-sixty days of the decision being communicated to
the party aggrieved.
10. In every prosecution for importing or ex-
porting any import restricted or export restricted
goods a copy of any order in Council made under
section 3 or section 5 of this Ordinance certified by
the Administrator shall be received in evidence and
be deemed to be such order in Council without
further proof unless the contrary is shown.


Mode of proof
or making of
order in
Council.


11. (1) Any person who imports or exports Offencesand
any goods in contravention of any of the provisions Pena"tiem.
of this Ordinance or the conditions of any licence
issued under the provisions of this Ordinance shall
be guilty of an offence and shall-

(a) on summary conviction be liable to
imprisonment for a term not exceeding three
months or to a fine not exceeding four hun-
dred and eighty dollars or to both such
illiipri.s.ilii. iit and such fine; or
(b) on conviction on indictment be liable
to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two
years or to a fine not exceeding two thousand
Sfur hundred dollars or to both such imprison-
ment a1nd such fine.
(2) A court convicting any person of an offence
undt'r this Ordinance mnay, in addition to any other
penalty it nmai impose,o order the forfeiture of all or
any part of the goods in respect of which the
offence was committed shall not be granted or if it
has already been granted shall be cancelled and may






VIRGIN 6 Erternal Trade No. 5 of 1957.
ISLANDS.
direct the Supply Officer to issue no further licence
to such person in respect of the same type of goods
for a period not exceeding twelve months.
Liability of 12. WXhere a person charged with an offence
officers of .
corporate against any of the provisions of this Ordinance is a
bodies. body corporate every person who, at the time of the
commission of the ,lit. n.., w as a di sector or officer
of the body corporate may be charged jointly in the
same proceedings with such body corporate, an.
where the body corporate is convicted of the offence,
every such director or officer shall be deemed
to be guilty of that ,!TfeiL notwithstanding that it
was committed without his knowledge or that he
exercised all due diligence to prevent the commis-
sion of the offence.
Appearance 13. Where a corporation is charged with an
and plea by .
corporation. offence against this Ordinance such corporation, may
appear and plead to the charge or indictment, by
its representative, by entering a plea in writing;
and, if either the corporation does not appear by
representative, or though it does so appear, fails to
enter any plea, the Court shall cause a plea of not
guilty to be recorded and the trial shall proceed
accordingly.
(2) Where corporation is charged, whether
alone or jointly with some other pers,,n, with an
indictable offence punishable under this Ordinance,
the magistrate may, if he is of opinion that the
evidence offered on the part of the prosecutions
sufficient to put the accused corporation upon trial,
commit the corporation for trial.
(3) Any indictment filed against a corporation
or other document addressed to a corporation may
be served upon the corporation by leaving it at, or
sending it by post to, the registered office of the
corporation or if there be no such office in the colony,
by leaving it at, or sending it by post to, the corpo-
ration at any place in the Colony at which it trades
or conducts business.
(4) In this section the expression representa-
tive" in relation to a corporation means a person
duly appointed by the corporation to represent it
for the purpose of doing any act or thing which the






No. 5 of 1957. External Trade 7 VIRGn
ISLANDS.
representative of a corporation is by this section
authorised to do, but a person so appointed, shall
not, by virtue only of being so appointed, be quali-
fied to act on behalf of the corporation before any
court for any other purpose.
(5) A representative for the purposes of this
section need not be appointed under the seal of the
corporation, and a statement in writing purport-
ing to be signed by a managing director of the
corporation, or by any person (by whatever name
called) having, or being one of the persons having,
the management of the affairs of the corporation, to
the effect that the person named in the statement
has been appointed as the representative of the
corporation for the purposes of this section shall be
admissible without further proof as prima facie
evidence that that person has been so appointed.
14. Every person shall be liable for the acts Liability of
or omissions of any partner, agent or servant in so employers.
far as they relate to the business of such person,
and if such partner, agent or servant commits any
act or suffers any omission which is an offence
against any of the provisions of this Ordinance, or
which would be an offence if made or committed by
such person, such person and his partner, agent or
servant shall be jointly and severally liable to the
penalties provided by this Ordinance, unless he
proves that the offence was committed without his
knowledge and that he exercised all due diligence
to prevent the commission of the offence.
15. This Ordinance shall come into operation Commence-
on a date to be fixed by the Governor by proclama- uent.
tion published in the Gazette.
G. P. ALLSEBROOK,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council the 9th day of
July, ,957.
H. O. CREQUE,
Clerk of the Council.

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ANTIGUA.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1957, No. 31.


CUSTOMS DUTIES.


Resolution of the Legislative Council of the Colony of Anti-
gua dated September 30, 1957, made under section 16
of the Customs Duties Ordinance, 1927 (No 11 of
1927).


Whereas Section 15 of the Cnstoms Duties Ordinance, 1927,
provides that the Legislative Council may from time to time by resolu-
tiou increase, reduce, abolish or otherwise alter the customs duty levi-
able on any goods imported into the Colony;
BE IT RESOLVED that the Customs duty leviable on the goods
mentioned in the Articles in the second column of the Schedule hereto
(the said Articles bh4ng those of the Conventions and Additional Proto-
col set out in the first column of the said Schedule) shall, when such
goods are imported into the Colony, be abolished subject to the provi-
sions of the said Conventions and Additional Protocol and to the
conditions laid down therein.
SCHEDULE.


Convention concerning Customs Facilities
for Touring done at New York on the
4th day of June, 1954

Additional Protocol to the Convention con-
cerning Customs Formalities for Tour-
ing, relating to the Importation of
Tourists Publicity Documents and
Material done at Now York on the 4th
day of June, 1954.

Customs Convention on the Temporary
Importation of Private Road Vehicles
done at New York on the 4th day of
June, 1954.


Articles 2, 3 and 4.



Articles 2 and 3.





Articles 2, 3 and 4.


Passed the Ligislative Council the 30th day of September, 1957.

L. STEVENS,
Acting Clerk of the Council.


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