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Group Title: Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette.
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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Language: English
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Montserrat
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Subject: Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
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Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

Table of Contents
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    Imperial Legislation: West Indies (Federation) (Commencement) Order in Council, 1957
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    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 1 of 1958: Proclamation dated January 6, 1958, proroguing the Legislative Council of the Colony
        Page B-1
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 3 of 1958: Proclamation dated January 9, 1958, appointing a Session for the Legislative Council of the Colony
        Page C-1
    Imperial Legislation (Statutory Instrument), 1957 no.2167: Leeward and Windward Islands (Courts) (Amendment) Order in Council, 1957 (correction)
        Page D-1
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THE
ANTIGUA, MONTHS
AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS Gi

Published by a/uthoritf

VOL. III. THURSDAY, 9TI JANUARY, 1958.


CONVENTION for the Exchange of Postal
Money Orders between the Postal Adminis-
trations of the United States and the British
Colony of Antigua, West Indies.


The Post Office Department of the United
States of America and the Postal Administration
of Antigua, the latter acting with the authority and
consent of her Majesty's Government in the United
Kingdom, being desirous of establishing a system
of exchange of money orders between the two
countries, to take the place of the Convention
between the United States of America and the
Leeward Islands which was signed at Washington
on the fifth day of August 1921, and at St. John's,
Antigua on the 29th day of September 1921, the
undersigned, duly authorized for that purpose,
have agreed upon the following articles.
ARTICLE I
ISSUE
The transfer of sums of money may be made
by means of Postal Money Orders from Antigua
to the United States and its possessions and from
the United States and its possessions, excepting the
Canal Zone (Isthmus of Panama) to Antigua.
ARTICLE II
FoRr, MAXIMUM, etc.
Sec. 1. The Money Orders issued in the United
States and its possessions for payment in Antigua
shall conform, as nearly as practicable, to model
" A hereto annexed, and the Money Orders issued
in Antigua for payment in the United States and
its possessions shall in like manner conform to
model B also hereto annexed.
Sec. 2. Each order shall be delivered to the
remitter, to be forwarded to the payee, by and at
the expense of the remilter.
Sec. 3. In filling up the Money Order
and receipt of payments, the writing must be in
the English Language, and in Roman letters
and Arabic Numerals without erasure, altera-
tion or obliteration, and no order shall contain
a fraction of a cent.
Sec. 4. the maximun amount of each
money order is fixed at one hundred dollars.
Sec. 5. The Money Orders issued in the
United States for payment in Antigua shall be
drawn in United States currency (dollars and
cents), and the Money Orders issued in Antigua


for payment in the United States shall express
the amount in words as well as in figures in
dollars and cents. The amount in Sterling
nioney deposited by remitters may also be
entered in the Orders issued in Antigua.

ARTICLE III

TRANSMITTAL OF PAID. ORDERS AS A BASIS OF
SETTLEMENT

Sec. 1. The monthly lists of paid orders,
quarterly accounts and remittances hereinafter
provided for, shall be exchanged directly between
the Postal Administration of the United States
on the one hand, and the Colonial Postmaster of
the Colony of Antigua on the other.

Sec. 2. on the 1st of each month (or the
next succeding day if such date falls on Sunday),
each Administration shall prepare in duplicate
a list of all Money Orders, which have been paid
at, and received from its Post Offices.

Sec. 3. These lists must exhibit in detail
and in alphabetical order by States, Territories
Possessions or Provinces, as the case may be,
the names of the issuing offices, the serial num-
bers printed on the orders, and the amount of
each order.' The sum total of each sheet of paid
orders must be stated in the summary attached
to the list, in dollars and cents.

Sec. 4. The list shall be numbered consec-
utively throughout the fiscal year, beginning with
No. 1 on the first of July of each year.
Sec. 5. On the part of the United States,
one certified copy of a list embracing the paid
orders originating in Antigua shall be sent to the
Colonial Postmaster of Antigua and on the part
of Antigua, one certified copy of a list embracing
all orders originating in the United states and
paid in Antigua shall be sent by the Colonial
Post Master to such office of the United States
Post Office Department as the Postmaster
General of the United States shall designate.
Sec. 6. Each list shall be accompanied by
all paid Orders entered therein, and shall be
forwarded by registered mail.
Sec. 7. Each Administration shall prompt-
ly acknowledge to the other the receipt of each
list, and shall as soon after receipt as possible,
give notice of any errors which may have been
discovered therein.


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Sec. 8. In case paid Money Orders
returned to the Administrator which issued the
Orders, be lost or destroyed in transmit by mail,
it is agreed that a certificated copy of the
corresponding list, presented by the Adminis-
tration which made the transmittal, shall within
a reasonable time be accepted as a satisfactory
voucher and evidence of payment of the orders
described therein.
ARTICLE IV
CUuRENCY
Sec. 1. The amounts of orders passing in
both directions shall be expressed in United
States currency (Article 2) and in consideration
of the fluctuations of the rate of exchange
between the two countries it is agreed that the
Postal Adminiistration of Antigua shall from
time to time, in accordance with circumstances,
establish and announce the rate of conversion
of its own money into that of the United States,
as well as the rate for conversion of the amounts
of United States orders in the money of the pay-
ing country.
Sec. 2. The United States Post Office
Department will be duly advised of every change
in the rate for the conversion of the amounts of
its own issued orders into the money of the pay-
ing country as well as of changes in the rates for
conversion of orders issued in Antigua for
paynient in the United States.
ARTICLE V
FEES
Sec. 1. A fee, to be fixed by the country
of origin, shall be collected from tle remitter
upon each sum of money transmitted under this
Convention.
Sec. 2. Each Post Office Department shall
communicate to the other the tariff or schedule
of the fees to be established by it under the
provisions of this article, and also any subsequent
change therein.
Sec. 3. The person entitled to payment, of a
Money Order issued in pursuance of this Conven-
tion shall not be subjected, under any pretex
what ever to any commission or tax on account
of the payment of such order.
Sec. 4. There shall be but one scale of fees
for the issue in the United States of Orders
payable in Antigua, as well as for the issue in
Antigua of Orders payable in the United States.
Sec. 5. Each of the contracting offices
shall keep the fees which it receives for Money
Orders issued within its jurisdiction, and no
commission or charge will be made by either
Administration for any services performed in
connection with the exchange of Money Orders.
ARTICLE VI


Country which may be authorised to issue and
pay money orders under the provisions of this
Convention.
Sec. 2. Each of the two Departments
reserves the right to authorise the transfer, with-
in its territory, by means of endorsement, of the
ownership of Orders originating in the territory
of the other.
ARTICLE VII
PAYMENT-LIMITATIONS UPON CORRESPONDENCE
Sec. 1. The Orders drawn in pursuance
of this Convention shall be subject, as regards
payment, to the regulations that govern the
payment of domestic money orders in the country
of payment. Each Administration shall be
responsible for the payments made within its
territory.
Sec. 2. All correspondence concerning
Money Order business shall be conducted through
the Post Office Department of the United States
on the one hand and the Colonial Postmaster
of Antigua on the other.
ARTICLE V!II
INVALID ORDERS
Sec. 1. The Money Orders issued in
pursuance of the Convention shal be valid until
the expiration of twelve months from the last day
of the month in which issued.
Sec. 2. Payment of the amount of an inva-
lid Order may be made by means of a duplicate,
to be issued by the Administration of the Country
of origin, and sent to the country of payment.
ARTICLE IX
DUPLICATE
Sec. 1. Orders, lost or destroyed, will be
replaced with duplicates to he issued by the
Administration of the Country of origin, and sent
to the country of payment.
Sec. 2. An application for a duplicate of
a Money Order alleged to have been lost or
destroyed may be accepted only from the
purchaser or the holder of the purchaser's receipt
and the responsibility of obtaining the duplicate
will devolve upon the payee who should commu-
nicate with the purchaser.
ARTICLE X
REPAYMENTS
A Money Order or a duplicate thereof may
be paid to the purchaser, payee or endorsee upon
presentation.
ARTICLE XI
ACCOUNTS, BALANCES.


PAYMENT, ENDORSEMENT.
Sec. 1. Within six weeks after the close of
Sec. 1. Each Post Offlce Department reser- each fiscal quarter, two copies of an Account
ves the right to designate the Post Offices of its similar to Model "C" hereto annexed, shall be


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THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


prepared and transmitted to such Office of the
United States Post Office Department as the
Postmaster General of the United States shall
designate by the Colonial Postmaster of Antigua,
exhibiting the balance due on the exchange of
Money Orders during the quarter, one copy of
which after proper verification, and acknowledg-
ment shall be returned to the Colonial Postmaster.
(a) If this verified account shows a balance
in favour of Antigua, the Post Office Department
of the United States will transmit therewith a
check drawn on the Treasurer of the United
States in favour of the Colonial Postmaster for
the amount of said balance due.
(b) If on the other hand, said Account after
verification and acknowledgment, as aforesaid,
shows a balance in favour of the Post Office
Department of the United States, then the
Colonial Postmaster will, upon receipt of the
certified copy of the same, transmit to the Post
Office Department of the United States, a bill of
exchange for the amount thereof, payable in New
York in dollars.
Sec. 2. If pending the settlement of an
account, one of the Postal Administrations shall
ascertain that it owes the other a balance exceed-
ing one thousand dollars, the indebted Adminis-
tration shall promptly remit the approximate
amount of such balance to the credit of the other.
Sec. 3. The expenses attending the remit-
tance of bills of exchange shall invariably be
borne by the office by which payment is to be
made.
ARTICLE XII
ITSE OF VOUCHERS
Each Administration agrees to place temporarily
at the disposal of the other any paid Order the
return of which shall have been requested.
ARTICLE XIII
MODIFICATION OF DETAILS.
The Contracting Administrations are author-
ised to make such modifications in matters of
detail connected with the execution of the
provisions of this Convention as may be deemed
expedient, and mutually agreed upon, in order to
provide for greater security against fraud, or for
the better working of the system.
ARTICLE XIV
SUSPENSION OF CONVENTION
Each of the two Administrations is enpow-
ered, under extraordinary circumstances which


may be of a nature to warrant the measure, to
suspend temporarily the Money Order service
between the two countries, provided, however,
that notice of such suspension be given to the
other Administration immediately and, if neces-
sary, by means of the telegraph.
ARTICLE XV
IN EFFECT
This Convention when duly signed, shall take
effect on the first day of December, 1957, and
shall be in force until one year after one of the
contracting Administrations shall have notified
the other of its intention to terminate it.
During such year the Convention shall continue
to be executed fully and entirely without preju-
dice to the adjustment and payment of the
accounts after the expiration of the term in
question.
DONE in duplicate, and signed at Antigua,
British West Indies on the 5th day of December,
1956, and at Washington, D.C., on the 22nd day
of March, 1957.

FOR THE POSTAL ADMINISTRATION OF ANTIGUA,
WEST INDIES:

ALEC LOVELACE,
Administrator.

FOR THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT OF THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA:
MAURICE H. STANDS
Deputy Postmaster General. [L.S.]
The foregoing Convention for the exchange
of Postal Money Orders between the Postal
Administration of the United States of America
and the Postal Administration of Antigua, West
Indies, has been negotiated and concluded with
my advice and consent and is hereby approved
and ratified.
In Testimony Whereof I have caused the
Seal of the United States of America to be here-
unto affixed.

DWIGHT EISENHOWER
[L.S.]


By the President:


JOHN FOSTER DULLES
Secretary of State.

Washington, August, 7, 1957.


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8 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [January 9, 1958.


Notices.

The following telegrams exchanged
in connection with the arrival in
Trinidad of His Excellency Lord
HAILES, Governor-General of the
West Indies ar- published for general
information:-

From Governor, Leeward Islands.
To Governor-General, Trinidad.
"On behalf of the Governments
and peoples of the Leeward Islands I
send to Your Excellency warm good
wishes for a happy and successful
term of office as first Governor-General
of the West Indies."

From Governor-General.
To Governor, Leeward Islands.
I am most greatful for the good
wishes which you sent me on behalf
of the Governments and peoples of the
Leeward Islands. We are looking
forward to thanking them in person
before very long."

Chief Secretary's Office,
Amrigua.
8th January, 1958.

No. 2.

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

Antigua.
BYRON, C. O. Registrar and Provost
Marshal, Antigua, resigned appoint-
ment. March 29.

CARROT, J. H., Administrative Secre-
tary, Montserrat seconded to the
post of Administrative Secretary,
Administration, Antigua.
Dec. 21, 1957.
IRISH, Miss M., appointed Ward
Maid II, Holberton Hospital,
Aug. 26, 1957.
(In substitution for Gazette
Notice of 5th December, 1957)

THOMAS, Miss R., Uncertificated
Teacher, appointed Elementary
School Assistant Grade II, Educa-
tion Department. Dec. 1, 1957

WILSON, Miss I. M., appointed
Junior Clerk, Treasury Department.
Oct. 1, 1957.
Montserrat.

PROSPER, J. W. Inspector of Police,
Montserrat to act as Assistant
Superintendent of Police, Montser-
rat. Dec. 21, 1957.

(Issued in substitution for Gazette
Notice No. 147 of the 19th Decem-
ber, 1957.)
Chief Secretary's Office,
Antsgua.
2nd January, 1958.


No. 3.

The following Imperial Legislation
and Statutory Rules and Orders are
circulated with this Gazette and form
part thereof:-

IMPERIAL LEGISLATION

"The West Indies (Federation)
(Commencement) Order in Council,
1957."
1 pp. Price 3 cts.
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.

Antigua.
1958, No. 1. Proclamation dated
January 6, 1958, proroguing the Legis-
lative Council of the Col..ny."
1 pp. Price 3 cents.
No. 3 of 1958, Proclamation dated
January 9, 1958, appointing a Session
for the Legislative Council of the
Colony." 1 pp. Price 3 cents.

NOTE-In substitution of Notice
published in Gazette No. 2 of the 2nd
January, 1958, re Publications circu-
lated with Gazette, the following
should be substituted:

IMPERIAL LEGISLATION

1957 No. 2167 "The Leeward Is-
lands and Windward Islands (Courts)
(Amendment) Order in Council,
1957." 2 pp. Price 4 cents.


INCOME TAX NOTICE.

The Income Tax Ordinance
No. 13 of 1957.
Public Officers and Pensioners
Any public officer or pensioner lia-
ble to pay income tax whose income
including that of his wife consists
solely of his and/or her emoluments
as a public officer or pensioner or
other allowance from public funds
shall deliver a true and correct return
of his whole income to the Commis-
sioner not later than the 31st day of
January 1958.
(Section 81 and S. R. & O., 1946,
No. 13).

Other Persons
Every person (including a com-
pany) liable to pay income tax shall
deliver a true and correct return of his
whole income not later than the 31st
day of March, 1958.
(Section 81 and S. R. and 0. 1946,
No. 13).

Agents, Trustees, Etc.
Any person having' the direction,
control or management of any prop-
erty or concern, or being in receipt of
income, on behalf of any person,
whether resident or non-resident, as
attorney, factor, agent, trustee, curator
or committee should make and deliver
to the Commissioner a return in
respect of such property, concern or
income not later than the 31st day of
March, 1958.
(Sections 29 and 30).


All employers (including Heads of
Government Departments, Building
Contractors, Merchants, Estate Pro-
prietors, Steamship Agents Stevedores
are hereby required to furnish the
Income Tax Commissioner with lists
showing name, address and total
remuneration of (a) their office staff,
(b) all other employees (including
labourers, drivers of Motor Vehicles,
suppliers of transport services and
sub-contractors) whose total remuner-
ation for the year 1957 exceeds Five
hundred and forty Dollars. Heads of
Government Departments are not
required to furnishl'ists of employees
who are on the pensionable establish-
ment of the Civil Services.
(Section 50 (2) a & b).

General
Any person may be considered to be
liable to pay income tax if his in-
come from all sources exceeds Five
hundred and forty Dollars.

All claims for deduction from
income tax must be substantiated by
the production of receipts or other
bona fide evidence.

Penalties
Any person liable to pay income
tax who fails to make or deliver a
return within the prescribed period
shall be guilty of an offence against
this Ordinance and shall he liable on
conviction to a penalty not exceeding
Five hundred dollars, and in default
of payment to imprisonment with or
without hard labour for a term not
exceeding six months.

Any person who makes or delivers
a false return or keeps or prepares any
false accounts or particulars concern-
ing any income on which tax is pay-
able shall be guilty of an offence and
shall be liable on conviction to a fine
not exceeding Two thousand five hun-
dred Dollars, or to imprisonment with
or without hard labour for a term not
exceeding six months.
(Section 74).

H. A Murdoch,
for the Commissioner.
4th January 1958.


IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ELECTRICITY
CONSUMERS.
The attention of Electricity Consu-
mers is again directed to the provisions
of Section 21 (b) of Ordinance No. 36
of 1956 which states that no alteration
may be made to a consumer's instala-
tion without the prior authority of
the Director of the Electricity, Ice &
Cold Storage Department. In effect
this means that no additional connec-
tions, viz. electric lighting points,
air-conditioning plant, domestic re-
frigerators, deep-freeze cabinets, water
heaters, cookers, hotplates, irons, ket-
tles, radio sets, etc., may be made to a
consumer's installation which is sup-
plied from the public electricity
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THE ANTIGUA, MONTSEIRRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


'the Director of the Electricity, Ice &
,Cold Storage Department. In cases
where un-authorised additional con-
nections are made a consumer renders
himself liable to have the supply of
electrical energy to his premises dis-
-continued.
Consumers are also informed that
the demand on the public supply
system has already reached the safe
working capacity of the generating
plant at present available at the
Coolidge Power Stations and, there-
fore, in order that the supply to
existing consumers may not be preju-
diced no additional connections to the
supply system can be permitted until
further notice.
Electrioity Ice & Cold Sltorage D'pt.
St. Johns.
*6th, January 1958.

Provost Marshal's Ofice,
Antigpua,
6th Janu ary, 1958.

Notice is hereby given that there
,will be sold on the premises in the
City of St. John hereinafter named on
Thursday the 6th day of February,
1958 at 12 o'clock noon, the lands and
tenements belonging to the person
whose name is set out hereunder, the
said premises having being levied upon
to satisfy the City Rate due for the
year 1957.
RODNEY STREET.
Miriam Davis
EVAN CREQUE,
for Provost Marshal.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
PLYMOUTH, MONTSERRAT.
23rd November, 1957

THE TEXAS COMPANY of 135
East 42nd Street, New York, State of
New York, United States of Amierica
have applied for Registration of seven
Trade Marks consisting of the follow-
ing:-
(1)
,l CHIEF
in Class 47, that is to say; Gasoline.

(2)

HAVOLINE

in Class 47, that is to say: Motor
-lubricating oil


INVALIDATION OF ANTIGUA STAMPS.


PETROX


in Class 47. that is to say: Gasoline
additive for improving tih perform-
ance characteristics of internal com-
bustion engines.
(4)



TEXACO

in Class 47, that is to say: gasoline,
kerosene, and motor and industrial
lubricating oil and grease.

(5)


TEXAMATIC

in Class 47, that is to say: Lubrica-
ting and hydraulic oils intended for
use in hydraulic transmissions of
automotive vehicles.

(6)

THUBAN
in Class 47, that is to say: Lubricating
grease.

(7)




SkltChief

in Class 47, that is to say: Gasiline.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trnde Mark in
respect of the said goods for 25, 53,
3, 30, 10, 44, & 24, years respectively
before the date of their said Appli-
cation.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat and Vir-
gin Islands Gazttei give notice in
duplicate at the Trade Marks Office,
Montserrat of opposition to registra-
tion of the said Trade Mark.

C. STRAUGHN HUSBANDS,
S A. Registrar of Trade Marks.


It is hereby notified for general
information that, notwithstanding the
provisions of the King George VI ten
shillings and one pound Stamps
(Invalidation) Order, 1957 (S. R. & 0.
1957 No. 9) the Antigua stamps of
the values of ten shillings and one
pound authorised for use in Antigua
by the Stamps Order, 1948, (S. R. & O
1948 No. 6) may, by virtue of the
King George VI ten shillings and one
pound Stamps (Continuance of Use)
Order, 1957, (S. R. & 0. 1957 No. 29)
continue to be used for the payment
of postage or stamp duties up to and
including the 31st (lay of March,
1958, after which date they shall no
longer be valid for the said purposes.
Provision has, however, been made
in the above Continuance of Use
Order for a period of grace of three
months thereafter, that is on or
before the 30th day of June, 1958,
within which holders of the stamps
of the abovementioned denomina-
tions may effect their exchange at the
General Post Office, St. John's, Anti-
gua, for a stamp or stamps of equal
value authorised for use in the Colony
of Antigua.

Administrator's Ofice,
Antigua.
21st September, 1957.


RAINFALL FIGURES.
Agricultural Department,
Antigua.


Month
January
FIeb.
Mar.
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December


1!53. 1954. 1966. 1956. 1957.
1.93 3.04 2.16 5.15 3.16
1.02 2.46 .68 1.23 2.29
5.L;0 1.OS .83 1 40 .40
2.06 .49 1.75 3.83 2.54
1.50 3.83 2.81 2.58 1.19
1.31 3.32 1.47 5.72 286
3.20 3.47 2.13 4.29 1.50
3.15 5.93 8.25 5.67 6.48
2.10 9.91 5.59 2.10 8.45
.85 4.62 5.60 6.58 4.84
524 1.54 2.19 3,34 4.35
3.41 3.08 2.43 1.94 7.62
31.37 42.76 35.89 43.83 45.68


Month 1954. 1955. 1956. 1957. 1958.
To 4th Jan. .34 1.86 3.39 .91 .11


January 9, 1958]








10 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERBAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [January 9, 19589

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
PLYMOUTH, MONTSERRAT.
17th December, 1957.

ESSO STANDARD OIL COMPANY of 15 West, 51st Street, U.S.A., have applied for Registration of two..
Trade Marks consisting of the following:


in Olass 13 that is to say: Metal goods not included in other classes, in particular sprayers, squirt guns and atomizers.


in Class 2 that is to say: Chemical substances, used for agricultural, horticultural, veterinary and sanitary purposes.
The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Marks of the said goods for 6 years before the date-
of their said Application.


Any person may within three months from the d;te of
Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands Gazette give notice in
Montserrat, of opposition to registration of the said Trade Marks.


the first appearance of this advertisement in the
duplicate at the Trade Mark's Office, Plymouth,

C. STRAUGHN HUSBANDS,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.


Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by EARL PIGOIT, Acting Government Printr.-By Authority.
1958.


[Price 17 cents.I










AT THE COURT AT BUCKI AkAPR 19
PALACE.
The 13th day of December, 1957
Present.
THE QUEEN'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY
IN COUNCIL.

Her Majesty, in pursuance of subsection (2) of section 1
of the West Indies (Federation) Order in Council, 1957 (a), is
pleased, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, to order,
and it is hereby ordered, as follows:-
1. The provisions of the Constitution of the West Indies
that are referred to in subsection (2) of section 1 of the West
Indies (Federation) Order in Council, 1957(a), shall come
into force on the 3rd day of January, 1958.
2. This Order may be cited as the West Indies (Federa--
tion) (Commencement) Order in Council, 1957.

W. G. AGNEW.


(a) S.I. 1957/1364.


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ANTIGUA.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1958, No. 1.

PROCLAMATION DATED JANUARY 6, 1958, PROROGUING THE
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE COLONY.

BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE LEEWARD
ISLANDS.
A PROCLAMATION.
A. T. WILLIAMs,
Governor.
WHEREAS the Legislative Council of the Colony of
Antigua has been duly constituted under the provisions of
the Antigua Constitution ard Elections Ordinance, 1951
(No. 10/1951.):
AND WHEREAS it is provided, inter alia, by subsec-
tion (1) of section 25 of the said Ordinance that the
Governor may at any time, by proclamation, prorogue the
said Legislative Council:
AND WHEREAS it appears expedient to prorogue the
said Council:

NOW, THEREFORE, in exercise of the powers in me
vested as hereinbefore recited I do hereby prorogue the
Legislative Council of the Colony of Antigua until such
further date as may be appointed, by proclamation of the
Administrator under the provisions of section 18 of the said
Ordinance, for the first sitting in the next session of the
said Council.
AND the members of the said Council and all ocher
Her Majesty's othicvi and loving subjects in the said
Colony and all those whom it may concern are hereby
required to take due notice hereof and to govern themselves
accordingly.
GIVEN at the Goternment House, I ka,,.a, this
6th day of January, 1958, and in the sixth year
of Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!

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ANTIGUA.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1958, No. 3.
PROCLAMATION DATED JANUARY 9, 1958, APTOINTING A
SESSION FOR THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE COLONY.

BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF ANTIGUA.
A PROCLAMATION
ALEC LOVELACE,
Administrator.
WHEREAS pursuant to the provisions of section 25 (1)
of the Antigua Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1951,
the Governor by proclamation dated the 6th day of January,
1958, prorogued the Legislative Council of the Colony of
Antigua until such further date as may be appointed by
proclamation of the Administrator under the provisions of.
section 1.8 of the said Ordinance, for the first sitting in the
next session of the said Council:
AND WHEREAS it is provided by section 18 of the said
Ordinance that the sessions of the said Council shall be held at
such times and places as the Administrator shall from time to
time by proclamation appoint:
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that a session of the*
said Council should now be held.
NOW, THEREFORE, I do by this my proclamation,
hereby appoint that a session of the Legislative Council of the
Colony should now be held and that the first meeting thereof
shall commence with a sitting of the Council at the Council
Chamber in the City of Saint John at 9.15 o'clock in the fore-
noon on Wednesday the 15th day of January, 1958, for the
despatch of public business.
AND the Members of the said Council and all other Her
Majesty's Officers, Ministers, and loving subjects in the said
Colony and all those whom it may concern are hereby required
to take due notice hereof and to give their ready obedience
accordingly.
GIVEN at the Administrator's Office, Antigua, this
9th day of January, 1958, in the sixth year
of Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN !
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