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The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
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Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.

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Leeward Islands gazette
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Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by:
Montserrat official gazette
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Virgin Islands official gazette

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THE

ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT

AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


VOL. IV.


Published by aduthorify.

THURSDAY, 14TH MAY, 1959.


VIRGIN ISLANDS
The Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1957
(No. 4 of 1957)

DECLARATION.
DECLARATION DATED APRIL 30, 1959, MADE UNDER
SECTION 3 OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE,
1957 (No. 4 OF 1957) FOR THE ACQUISITION OF
CERTAIN LAND IN THE COLONY OF THE VIRGIN
ISLANDS REQUIRED FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES.
IT IS HEREBY DECLARED that the Governor in
Council with the approval of the Legislative Council of
the Colony of the Virgin Islands considers that the land
forming a part of Paraquita Bay estate situate at Paraquita
Bay in the island of Tortola and more particularly
described in the First Schedule hereto, excluding that
portion of the said land described in the Second Schedule
hereto, should be acquired for a public purpose, namely,
for the establishment of a Holding Ground.
A plan of the said land may be inspected at the
Administrator's Office, Road Town between the hours of
10 a.m. and 12.00 noon on any day except Sundays or
Public Holidays.
FIRST SCHEDULE

All that piece or parcel of land containing approxi-
mately 183 acres being a portion of the lands of Paraquita
Bay estate owned and occupied (as far as can be ascer-
tained) by Alfred D. Watts, situate at Paraquita Bay in
the island of Tortola and bounded as follows:-
On the North by Martin Spring Gut estate;
On the North-West by Hetherington Spring Gut
estate:
On the West by Kingstown estate;
On the South by lands of Allan Harrigan and of
Brandy Wine Bay Estate;
On the South-East by the sea; and
On the East by lands of James Skelton
or howsoever otherwise the same may be abutted,
bounded, known, distinguished or described.
SECOND SCHEDULE

That portion of land being a portion of Paraquita
Bay Estate, occupied by Dennis Potter situate at Paraqui-
ta Bay in the island of Tortola and containing by
admeasurement approximately 10 acres and bounded as
follows:-
On the East by an Old Cart Road;
On the North, South and West by other lands of
Paraquita Bay Estate
or howsoever otherwise the same may be abutted,
bounded, known, distinguished or described.

Made by the Governor in Council this 30th day of
April, 1959.
B. ABBOTT,
Clerk of the Council.


VIRGIN ISLA \

The Land Acquisition Or, cg, 9N 1959
(No. 4 of 195 /

DECLARATION
DECLARATION DATED APRIL 30, 1959, MA UNDER
SECTION 3 OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE,
1957, (No. 4 OF 1957) FOR THE ACQUISITION OF
CERTAIN LANDS IN THE COLONY OF THE VIRGIN
ISLANDS REQUIRED FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES.
IT IS HEREBY DECLARED that the Governor in
Council with the approval of the Legislative Council of
the Colony of the Virgin Islands considers that the
portions of land situate in the island of Virgin Gorda and
more particularly described in the Schedule hereto, should
be acquired for a public purpose, namely, for the
establishment of national parks.
A plan of the said lands may be inspected at the
Administrator's Office, Road Town, between the hours
of 10 a.m. and 12.00 noon, on any day except Sundays or
Public Holidays.
SCHEDULE
(i) All that portion of land comprising 20 acres
known as Devil's Bay, forming the Southern tip
of the island of Virgin Gorda and bounded as
follows:-
On the North by lands of Eric O'Neal,
which lands are known as the Baths, and by
the public road for a distance of 220 feet;
On the West and South by the sea; and
On the East by the boundary of lands
belonging to Alfredo Vanterpool and others,
which is demarcated by a line running in a
Southerly direction from a large rock into
which a steel rod has been fixed, for a
distance of 245 feet to another large rock
into which a steel rod has been fixed, thence
running in a straight line with three con-
crete pillars afixed to the ground to the sea
on the South.
(ii) All that portion of land known as Spring Bay
comprising 5.5 acres, situated at the alley in
the island of Virgin Gorda and bounded as
follows:-
On the North for a distance of 1167 feet
by lands of Warren O'Neal and others and
having a wire fence running the entire
length;
On the South by lands of Elwin Flax
for a distance of 1422 feet and having a wire
fence running the entire length;
On the East by the public road; and
On the West by the sea.

Made by the Governor in Council this 30th day of
April, 1959.
B. ABBOTT,
Clerk of the Council.


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70 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE


VIRGIN ISLANDS

The Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1957
(No. 4 of 1957)



DECLARATION.

DECLARATION DATED APRIL 30, 1959, MADE UNDER
SECTION 3 OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE,
1957 (No. 4 OF 1957) FOR THE ACQUISITION OF
CERTAIN LANDS IN THE COLONY OF THE VIRGIN
ISLANDS REQUIRED FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES.


IT IS HEREBY DECLARED that the Governor in
Council with the Approval of the Legislative Council
of the Colony of the Virgin Islands considers that the
portions of land situate at Sage Mountain in the Island
of Tortola and more particularly described in the Schedule
hereto, should be acquired for a public purpose, namely,
for the establishment of a national park.
A plan of the said land may be inspected at the
Administrator's Office, Road Town, between the hours of
10 a.m. and 12.00 noon on any day except Sundays or
Public Holidays.
SCHEDULE
(i) All that piece or parcel of land being a portion
of the lands in the possession of James Mathias and others
situate at Sage Mountain in the island of Tortola and
containing by admeasurement approximately 131 acres
and bounded as follows:-

On the North, West, and East by lands in the
possession of the said James Mathias and others;
On the South by lands of James Mathias and
lands of Wally Hodge or howsoever otherwise the
same may be abutted, bounded, known, distinguished
or described.
(ii) All that triangular piece or parcel of land in the
possession of Wally Hodge situate at Sage Mountain in
the island of Tortola and containing by admeasurement
half an acre and bounded as follows:-

On the North by lands in the possession of
James Mathias and others;
On the Southwest by lands of Inchman Martin;
On the Southeast by a ghut or howsoever other-
wise the same may be abutted, bounded, known,
distinguished or described.
(iii) All that piece or parcel of land being a portion
of the lands of James Mathias situate at Sage Mountain
and containing by admeasurement 2.9 acres and bounded
as follows:-
On the North by lands of the said James
Mathias;
On the East by lands in the possession of James
Mathias and others;
On the South by lands of Inchman Martin; and
On the West by lands of George Hodge or how-
soever otherwise the same may be abutted, bounded,
known, distinguished or described.
(iv) All that piece or parcel of land being the lands
of Inchman Martin situate at Sage Mountain in the island
of Tortola and containing by admeasurement 61 acres and
bounded as follows:

On the North by lands of James Mathias;
On the East by lands of Wally Hodge;


On the South by lands of I. G. Fonseca and
others; and

On the West by lands of Allan Hodge or howso-
ever otherwise the same may be abutted, bounded,
known, distinguished or described.

(v) All that piece or parcel of land being a portion
of the lands of George Hodge situate at Sage Mountain in
the island of Tortola and containing by admeasurement
2.4 acres and bounded as follows:-
On the North by lands of the said George Hodge;

On the East by lands of James Mathias;
On the South by lands of Allan Hodge and lands
of Manuleta Mitchell; and

On the West by lands of William James Anthony
or howsoever otherwise the same may be abutted,
bounded, known, distinguished or described.

(vi) All that piece or parcel of land being a portion
of the lands of Allan Hodge situate at Sage Mountain in
the Island of Tortola and containing by admeasurement
2.38-acres and bounded as follows:-
On the Northwest by lands of George Hodge;
On the Northeast by lands of Inchman Martin;
On the Southwest by other lands of the said
Allan Hodge; and

On the South by lands of Ephraim Smith or
howsoever otherwise the same may be abutted,
bounded, known, distinguished or described.

(vii) All that triangular piece or parcel of land being
a portion of the lands of Ephraim Smith situate at Sage
Mountain in the island of Tortola and containing by
admeasurement approximately half an acre and bounded
as follows:-
On the North by lands of Allan Hodge;
On the Southwest by lands of Manuleta Mitchell;
and

On the Southeast by other lands of the said
Ephraim Smith or howsoever otherwise the same
may be abutted, bounded, known, distinguished, or
described.

(viii) All that piece or parcel of land being a portion
of the lands of Manuleta Mitchell situate at Sage Mountain
in the island of Tortola and containing by admeasurement
21 acres and bounded as follows:-

On the North by lands of George Hodge and
lands of William James Anthony;
On the East by lands of Ephraim Smith;
On the South by other lands of the said Manuleta
Mitchell; and
On the West by lands of Leopold Smith or
howsoever otherwise the same may be abutted,
bounded, known, distinguished or described.

(ix) All that piece or parcel of land being a portion
of the lands of William James Anthony situate at Sage
Mountain in the island of Tortola and containing by
admeasurement 2 acres and bounded as follows:
On the North by other lands of the said William
James Anthony;

On the East by lands of George Hodge;
On the South by lands of Manuleta Mitchell and
lands of Leopold Smith; and


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On the West by lands of James Mathias or how-
soever otherwise the same may be abutted, bounded,
known, distinguished or described.
(x) All that piece or parcel of land being a portion
of the lands of James Mathias situate at Sage Mountain in
the island of Tortola and containing by admeasurement
6" acres and bounded as follows:-
On the North by other lands of the said James
Mathias;
On the West by lands of James William
Anthony;
On the South by lands of Leopold Smith; and

On the East by Reginald Turnbull or howsoever
otherwise the same may be abutted, bounded, known,
distinguished or described.
(xi) All that piece or parcel of land being a portion
of the lands of Leopold Smith situate at Sage Mountain in
the island of Tortola and containing by admeasurement
7.8 acres and bounded as follows:-
On the North by lands of Reginald Turnbull,
James Mathias and William James Anthony;
On the East by lands of Manuleta Mitchell; and
On the South and on the West by other lands of
the said Leopold Smith or howsoever otherwise the
same may be abutted, bounded, known, distinguished
or described.
(xii) All that piece or parcel of land being a portion
of the lands of Reginald Turnbull situate at Sage Moun-
tain in the island of Tortola and containing by admeasure-
ment 2 acres and bounded as follows:-
On the North by other lands of the said
Reginald Turnbull;


On the East by land. of James Mathias;

On the South by lands of Leopold Smith; and
On the West by lands forming part of the estate
of Exeria Morris, deceased.

(xiii) All that piece or parcel of land being a portion
of the lands of Leopold Smith, Rupert Smith and David
Smith situate at Sage Mountain in the island of Tortola
and containing by admeasurement 18.65 acres and
bounded as follows: -
On the North by lands of Evelyn Vanterpool
and lands of the estate of Exeria Morris, deceased;

On the East by lands of Leopold Smith; and
On the South and West by lands of the said
Leopold Smith, Rupert Smith and David Smith,
(xiv) All that piece or parcel of land being a portion
of the lands of Evelyn Vanterpool, situate at Sage Moun-
tain in the island of Tortola and containing by admeasure-
ment 10.8 acres and bounded as follows:-
On the North by other lands of the said Evelyn
Vanterpool;

On the East by lands of the estate of Exeria
Morris, deceased; and
On the South and West by lands of Leopold
Smith, Rupert Smith and David Smith or howsoever
otherwise the same may be abutted. bounded, known,
distinguished or described.


Made by the
April, 1959.


Ref. No. 36/00008.


Governor in Council this 30th day of

B. ABBOTT,
Clerk of the Council.


Notices.

No. 44.

The following Ordinances and Stat-
utory Rules and Orders are circulated
with this Gazette and form part
thereof:-
ORDINANCES.

Antigua.

No. 3 of 1959, "The Police Act
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1959."
3 pp. Price 9 cts.
Montserrat.

No. 25 of 1958, "The Police Act
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1958."
5 pp. Price 13 ces.
Virgin Islands.
No. 14 of 1958, The Births and
D e a t hs (Amendment) Ordinance,
1958." 2 pp. Price 7 cts.
No. 15 of 1958, "The External
Trade (Amendment) Ordinance,
1958." 2 pp. Price 7 cts.
No. 5 of 1959, "The Distribution
and Price of Goods Ordinance, 1959."
10 pp. Price 23 cts.


STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.
Antigua.

No. 10 of 1959, "The Plant Pro-
teotion Regulations, 1959."
6 pp. Price 15 cents

Montserrat.

No. 32 of 1958, "The Motor Vehi-
cles Insurance (Third-Party Risks)
Rules, 1958." 11 pp. Price 25 cts.

Vacant Post of Colonial
Engineer, Antigua.
Applications are invited for the
post of Colonial Engineer which is
now vacant in the Colony of Antigua.
The following particulars relate to
this post:-

i. Duties of Post
The Colonial Engineer will be
required to supervise all the work of
the department both in the adminis-
tration and technical fields. These
include the Public Works Depart-
ment which carries out normal main-
tenance and construction works; the
Construction Unit which is cHrrying
out extraordinary construction work
approved under grants from Colonial
Development & Welfare Schemes; the


Water Department which carries out
the maintenance and distribution of
the water supplies of the island; and
the Mechanical Workshops of the
Department. He will, in the course of
his duties, be required to co-ordinate
the work of the various sections when
they are required to work together
on building projects and in general
will assnme overall responsibility for
the smooth and efficient running of
the department in all its activities.
ii. Qualifications
Membership of the Institute of
Civil Engineers or equivalent qualifi-
cations. Previous Colonial experi-
ence is desirable.
iii. Salary of Post
$6480 per annum. A personal
allowance at the rate of $720 per
annum may be payable.

iv. Allowances and other circumstances
affecting the value of the post
(e.g. transport allowance).
Transport allowance at the rate of
$300 per annum is payable plus a
mileage allowance at the rate of 7.5
cents for each mile travelled on
official duty.

v. Whether post is pensionable
The post is not at present pension-
able. The question as to whether







72 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


[May 14, 1959.


the post will be made pensionable in
1960 is to be considered later this year.

vi. Gratuity
If the appointment is on contract,
a gratuity at the rate of 12 per cent.
of salary will be paid on the satisfac-
tory completion of the contract.

vii. Quarters
Quarters are not provided. It may
be possible to provide the officer with
unfurnished quarters for which he
will be required to pay a rental con-
tribution of ten per cent. of his salary
or an assessed annual rental, whichever
is the less, subject to a maximum con-
tribution to rental of $60 a month.
Household requisites and furniture
are obtainable locally. It would
however be cheaper for the officer to
take with him linen, cutlery, crock-
ery, glassware, silver and other simi-
lar articles.

viii. Passages
An officer on the first appointment
who is recruited from outside the
Colony will be provided with free
passages including rail fares to the
port of embarkation, for himself,
wife and not more than three chil-
dren under the age of eighteen years
who are unmarried and are dependent
upon him provided that they accom-
pany him or join him in the Colony
within twelve months of his appoint-
ment.

2. Further information regarding
this post may be obtained from the
Administrator, Antigua, to whom
applications, giving full details of
qualifications and experience, together
with the names of two persons to
whom referees may be made, should
be submitted not later than the 16th
May, 1959.
Ref. A. 13/326i

Vacant Post of Financial Assistant to
the Colonial Engineer, Antigua.
Applications are invited for the post
of Financial Assistant to the Colonial
Engineer which post is vacant in the
Colony of Antigua. The following
particulars relate to this post:-

i. Duties of post.
The duties of the post will be to
to raise the standard of efficiency
in the administration and
accounting branches of the Pub-
lic Works Department. This
will entail:-
(i) Being responsible to the
Colonial Engineer for the
control of revenue and
expenditure and the re-
ceipt and issue of depart-
mental stores and for
introducing improved
systems of control where
necessary and a
system of costing. The
e s t i m ated expenditure
for the Public Works
Department in 19i9 is
approximately 350,000.


(ii) Supervising directly the
work of the stores and
the accounting staff
which at present consists
of a Stores Accountant,
a Store Keeper and four
clerks in the Stores, and
a Principal Clerk, a
Senior Clerk and nine-
teen clerks and assistants
in the main Office and
Section Offices,
(iii) Relieving the Colonial
Engineer where possible
of the general adminis-
tration of the Department
including staff matters
an d correspondence.
(Reasonably competent
assistance is available
under this section).

ii. Qualifications of the Holder
of the Post.
(i) Experience at an appro-
priate level in a large Pub-
lic Works Department
and a knowledge of Pub-
lic Works Department
accounting procedure and
some knowledge of Trea-
sury accounting proce-
dure is highly desirable.
(ii) If, however, no suitable
applicant with the neces-
sary Public Works De-
partment experience is
forthcoming an applicant
with experience in an
executive capacity invol-
ving the control of
expenditure, staff and
stores in a building or
contracting firm should
be considered.
The basis of reasonably efficient
administrative and accounting systems
exist in the Public Works Depart-
ment, but the holder of the post of
Colonial Engineer, who is the Head
of the Department, is required to con-
centrate on the professional side of
his duties. What is needed now, is a
man with energy, common sense and
integrity who can relieve the Colonial
Engi never of his non-professional
duties.

iti. Salary of Post-

A salary of up to U500
may be offered for the
post. If necessary, a
gratuity at the rate of
121% of salary may also
be offered to secure a
suitable candidate. The
gratuity would be pay-
able on the satisfactory
completion of the con-
tract.

iv. Allowances and father circum-
stances affecting the value of the
Post (e.g. transport allowance)-
A car allowance is pay-
able at the rate of $300
(62. 10s.) per annum
plus 7.5c. (33,1) per mile
travelled on official duty.


v. Whether Post is pensionable or not,

The post is not pension-
able. The holder of the
post will be on contract
for a period three years
in the first instance.


Quarters,

Quarters are not provided
but every effort will be
made to assist the officer
to secure accommoda-
tion.


Passages,


Free passages (including
rail fares to the port of
embarkation) will be
provided on appointment
and on the satisfactory
completion of the con-
tract, for the officer and
his wife, and not more
than three children,
under the age of eighteen
years, who are unmarried
and are dependant upon
him, and who accompany
him or join him in the
Colony within twelve
months of his appoint-
ment.

2. Further information regarding
this post may be obtained from the
Administrator, Antigua, to whom ap-
plications, giving full details of quali-
fications and experience, together with
names of two persons to who n
referees may be made, should be sub-
mitted not later than the 16th May,
1959.


Applications are invited for
the Post of Senior Sanitary
Inspector, Montserrat.

1. Duties of Post.

(a) To organise and supervise the
work of the district sanitary inspec-
tors and other Health Department
personnel under the direction of the
Senior Medical Officer and to instruct
them in their duties.

(b) To prepare and submit monthly
and quarterly returns of work done
and any other reports required by the
Senior Medical Officer or the Admin-
istrator.

(c) To serve as an agent of the
Board of Health in all matters relat-
ing to the enforcement of Public
Health legislation.

(d) To engage in Health Education
of the community by means of lec-
tures, demonstrations, cinema shows
and broadcasts in any Health Depart-
ment programme.

(e) To perform any other duties
relating to sanitation or public health
required by the Senior Medical Offi-
cer or the Administrator.








THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


2. Qualification required by holder
of post.
Sanitary Inspector's Certificate of
ithe Royal Sanitary Institute or its
-equivalent. Experience of working
in a Health Department for at least
:3 years.

3. Salary of post.
In the scale of $2260.80 x115.20--
:$ 2491.20 x 129.60-2880.00 x 144.00-
:$3024.00.

-4. Whether post is pensionable or not.
'The post is Pensionable.

5. Quarters, housing accommodation,
Jurpiture, china, electricity supply, etc.
Not provided.

6. Passages.
If an applicant is recruited from
-outside the Colony, free passages
from place of domicile or recruitment
"will be granted on first appointment,
in respect of the officer, his wife and
not more than 3 children under the
:age of 18 years who are dependent
-on him.

7. Leave & Leave Passages.
Vacation Leave will be granted at
the rate of 42 days per annum;
Leave Passages will be provided in
accordance with local regulations.

8. General.
Applications should be addressed
to the Administrator Administrator's
(Office, and should be accompanied by
-at least 2 testimonials in duplicate to
reach him not later than 15th June,
1959.

-Administrator's Office,
Plymouth, Montserrat,
6th May, 1959.
&ef. No. M. 65A/8-III.

Eastern Caribbean Farm
Institute Trinidad, T. W. I.


VICE PRINCIPAL.

Applications are invited for the post
-of VICE PRINCIPAL of the Eastcrn
cCaribbean Farm Institute, which is
anaintained by thirteen Governments
in the region to train the subordinate
staff of Departments of. Agriculture


and others in the theory and practice
of agriculture. The duratiod of the
course is twenty-one months and
students who n u m b e r sixty-four
reside at the Institute.

The duties of the Vice Principal in-
clude teaching, assisting with Institute
Administration and managing the
Institute Farm under the general
direction of the Principal.

Applicants should be graduates in
Agriculture or possess similar qualifi-
cations. Experience in teaching and
in tropical agriculture are c I e a r ly
desirable.

The basic salary is at present
1,350 p e r annum ($6,480. W.I.)
plus a duty allowance of 150 per
year ($720. W.I.). The post is pen-
sionable for personal and Widows'
and Orphans' benefits under the
Overseas Superannuation Scheme ad-
ministered by the Crown Agents for
Oversea Governments and Administra-
tions. The Vice Principal if he is
eligible for membership, contributes
4% of his basic salary, and the Institute
22%. If he is ineligible, an allowance
is paid in lieu of pension rights.

A furnished house is provided at a
rental of 8% of his basic salary up to
a maximum of 10. Ss. 4d ($50. W.I.)
per month plus 5% per annum of the
value of the furniture supplied. The
Vice Principal is permitted to use a
private car for official travelling for
which expenses are paid.

Free approved passages from his
place of domicile or recruitment will
be granted on appointment for the
Vice Principal, his wife and children
under eighteen years of age who are
dependant on him, up to a maximum
of five persons in all. Vacation leave
at the rate of forty-five days for each
full year of service, with approved
leave passages up to a maximum of
three full fares to the place of normal
domicile, is granted after every two
and a half years' residential service.

Applications, giving full details of
qualifications and experience, together
with the names of two persons to
whom reference may be made, should
be submitted to the Principal, Eastern
Caribbean Farm Institute, Centeno,
via Arima P. 0., Trinidad T. W. I.,
to reach him not later than 6th June,
1959.
Ref. No. A.0. 13/329.


Insurance of Government Motor Vehicles,
Tenders are invited for comprehen-
sive insurance coverage of all Govern-
ment owned motor vehicles for the
period 15th July, 1959, to 14th July,
1960. There are approximately 145
motor vehicles including trailers and
Cane Carts.
2. The contract of insurance must
provide that where coverage is given
during the currency of the Policy it
will expire on the termination of the
Policy and in such case for an adjust-
ment of the appropriate premium to
be made.

3. A list of the motor vehicles
to be insured will be supplied on
application to the Ministry, Pnblic
Works and Communications, Admi-
nistrator's Office.

4. Tenders should be in sealed
envelopes marked "Tender for In-
surance of Vehicles" addressed to
the Minister, Public Works and Com-
munications, Administrator's Office,
St. John's, and should reach that
office not later than 4.00 p.m. on
Tuesday the 30th day of June, 1959

5. Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.

HENRY J. ELWIN,
Administrative Secretary,
Public Works & Communications.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
5th May, 1959.
Ref. No. P. W. 0. 78/1 -IV.

RAINFALL FIGURES.

Agricultural Department,

Antigua.


Month
January
February
March
April
To 9th May


1955 1956 1957 1958 195l
2.1G 5.15 3.16 0.92 2.91


6.61 12.20 8.69 9.94 15.64


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Mlay 14, 1959]







Police Act (Amendment)


[L.S.]
I ASSENT, '-
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.
3rd April, 1959. 23 JU ,\







ANTIGUA,

No. 3 of 1959.


An Ordinance to amend further the Police
Act, 1951.
[3rd April, 1959.] Commence-
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Antigua.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Police Short Tite.
Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1959, and shall be 12/1951.
read as one with the Police Act, 1951, as amended, 5/195I
hereinafter called the Principal Act. s. & o.
22/1956
Ordinance
9/1957.

2. For the caption of Part IX of the Princi- SubAtitution
of caption of
pal Act the following shall be substituted:- Part IX of the
Principal Act.
"SPECIAL CONSTABLES".


c h 9


ANTIGUA,


No. 3 of 1959.








Police Act (Amendment)


Repeal of sec-
tion 7f of the
Principal Act,

Amendment of
section 76 of
the Principal
Act.


3. Section 75 of the Principal Act is hereby
repealed.

4. Subsection (1) of section 76 of the Prin-
cipal Act is hereby amended by deleting there-
from-
(i) the words or an additional consta-
ble "; and
(ii) the words or additional constable"
wherever they occur in the said sub-.
section.

5. The Principal Act is hereby amended by
inserting therein immediately after section 76 the
following section numbered 76A:-

"Employment 76A. The Commissioner may, sub-
of polio ofli- j.1
cers on special ject to the directions of the Governor,
duty at expense on the application of any person and
of1private per-
aons. on being satisfied as to the necessity
therefore, detail any, number of police
officers for special duty at any place in
the Colony and for such period as he
may consider necessary. Such police
officers shall, subject to the provisions
of'this Ordinance, be exclusively under
the orders of the officer in charge of
the Division and shall, unless the
Governor otherwise directs, be employ-
ed at the expense of the person making
the application:

Provided that any person on whose
application police officers have been
detailed for special duty at any place
may require that such police officers
shall be withdrawn and at the expira-
tion of one month from the date of
such notice or such less period as the
Commissioner may determine such per-


Insertion of
new section in
the Principal
Act.


ANTIGUA.


No. 3 of 19.59.










son shall be relieved of any further
expense in connection with the em-
ployment of such police officers ".

I. G. TURBOTT,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 24th
day of February, 1959.

V. M. BROWNE,
Ag. Clerk of the Council.
































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No. 25 of 1958. Police Act (Amendment)
Ordinance.








[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
A. T. WILLIAMS
Governor.
llth December, 1958.







MONTSERRAT.

No. 25 of 1958.

An Ordinance to amend further the Police Act,
1951.

[By Proclamation]

ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Montserrat.


MONTSBBRAT,


Commonce-
ment.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Police Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1958, and
shall be read as one with the Police Act, 1951, as L. Is. Acts
amended, hereinafter called the Principal Act. 11951,


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



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


13/1955,
S. R. & 0. 1966
No. 15.
Repeal of
section 28
(2) (c) of
the Principal
Act.

Repeal of
sections 29
and 31 of the
Principal
Act.







MVOCWIEAT. 2 Police Act (Amendment) No. 25 of 1958.
Ordinance.
Amendment 4. Section 33 of the Principal Act is hereby
ofBlon amended as follows:-
pal Act.
(a) by the deletion of the word
"Inspector," occurring in subsection (1);
(b) by the insertion of the words
save in the cases otherwise provided for
under subsection (2) of this section,"
immediately after the word determine
the charge or complaint and ";
(c) by the insertion of the words
in'the case of constables only," immedi-
ately before the word confinement at
the commencement of paragraph (f) of
subsection (1);
(d) by the deletion of subsection (2);
(e) by re-numbering subsections (3)
and (4) as (5) and (6), respectively, and
by inserting the following subsections as
subsections (2), (3) and (4), respectively:

(2) where any such charge or com-
plaint is made against a subordinate police
officer holding the rank of sergeant or
above and such charge or complaint is
heard and determined by a Gazetted Police
Officer other than the Commissioner, the
Gazetted Police Officer shall not impose
any sentences but shall-

(i) where such subordinate police
officer pleads guilty to the
charge or complaint, send the
record of the proceedings to the
Commissioner who may, after
giving the officer an opportuni-
ty of being heard, impose any
of the sentences provided in
pagrgraphs (a), (b), (c), (d)
and (e) of subsection (1) of this
section, coupled (if he thinks
fit) with a recommendation for
dismissal from the Force;







No. 25 of 1958. Police Act (Amendment) 3 MONTSEMARA.
Ordinance.

(ii) where such subordinate police
officer pleads not guilty and is
found guilty of the charge or
complaint, send the record of
the proceedings to the Com-
missioner who shall deal with
the same in the manner provi-
ded in subsection (3) of this
section.
(b) Where a subordinate police offi-
cer of or above the rank of sergeant is
found guilty of a charge or complaint
which is heard by a Gazetted Police
Officer other than the Comissioner and
the record of the proceedings has been
sent to the Commissioner as required
by paragraph (ii) of subsection (2) of
this section, the Commissioner may, after
giving the officer an opportunity of being
heard, exercise any or all of the following
powers, that is to say:-
(i) return the proceedings for the
taking of further evidence;
(ii) whether further evidence is
taken or not, quash the pro-
ceedings and rehear the charge
or complaint himself de novo or
order the charge or com-
plaint to be reheard de novo by
a Gazetted Police Officer other
than the GazettedPolice Officer
who heard the same in the first
instance;
(iii) reverse or vary the finding;
(iv) impose any sentence which he
might have imposed under
sub-section 1 of this section if
he had heard the charge or
complaint himself, coupled (if
he thinks fit) with a recom-
mendation for dismissal from
the Force;







MONTSERRAT. 4 Police Act (Amendment) No. 25 of 1958.
Ordinance.

(4) Where any such charges or com-
plaint is made against any Inspector such
charge or complaint shall be heard and
determined by the Commissioner, or by a
Magistrate on the written request of the
Commissioner, and the Commissioner or
the Magistrate may impose any of the
sentences provided in paragraphs (a), (b)
(c), (d), and (e) of subsection (1) of this
section, coupled (if he thinks fit) with a
recommendation for dismissal from the
Force."
Amendment 5. Section 34 of the Principal Act is hereby
of section 34
of the rin- amended by deleting and replacing subsection (1)
cipal Act. as follows:-
"Appeals. 34. (1) Where-
(a) an Inspector, subordinate police
officer or constable is dissatisfied with a
decision given-
(i) by the Commissioner or by a
Magistrate under subsection (1)
or subsection (4) of section 33
of this Act; or
(ii) by the Commissioner in exercise
of the powers conferred on him
by sub-section (2) or subsec-
tion (3) of section 33 of this
Act,
he may within seven days after any such
decision has been communicated to him,
appeal therefrom to the Governor of the
Leeward Islands;
(b) A subordinate police officer
below the rank of sergeant, or any
constable, is dissatisfied with the deci-
sion of a Gazetted Police Officer other
than the Commissioner, he may within
seven days after the Gazettea Police
Officer's decision has been communicated
to him appeal to the Commissioner and
if he is dissatisfied with the Commis-








N,. 25 of 1958. Police Act (Amendment) 5 MONTSMRAiT.
Ordinance.
sioner's decision he may appeal there-
from to the Governor of the Leeward
Islands within seven days after the Com-
missioner's decision has been communi-
cated to him."
6. Section 35 of the Principal Act is hereby Amendment
allmlended- of section 35
of the Prin-
(u) by the deletion of the words eipal Act.
an inspector or ; and
(b) by the insertion of the words
below the rank of sergeant," between
the words "officer and or "

7. Section 36 of the Principal Act is hereby Amendment
amended by the deletion of the words subsection of secti 6
(2) of and the substitution therefore of the words pnl Act.
" subsection (1) of ".
8. The Principal Act is hereby amended Insertion of
by inserting therein immediately after sec- new section
to the Princi-
tion 85 the following new section numbered palAct.
85A:-
'"onstibu- 85A. Wherever in sections 5,
erno of the 7, 9, 13, 32, 34 -, 4, 44A, 45, 46, 47,
Leeward 48, 50, 51, 52, 55, 56, 57, 59, 60, 63,
Islands to
mean 63A, 64, 66 and 67 of this Act refer-
Governor of ence is made to the Governor of
the Leeward
Islands, the Leeward Islands" such refer-
acting inhis ence shall be construed to mean the
discretion. Governor of the Leeward Islands,
acting in his discretion."
9. This Ordinance shall come into opera- commence-
tion on a date to be appointed by the Governor by ment.
Proclamation published in the Gazette.
A. F. DAWKINS,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this 18th day
of November, 1958.
GEORGE R. E. CABBY,
Clerk of the Council.
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No. 14 of 1958.


[L.S.]


Births and DeathLs
(Amendment)


I ASSENT.
A. T. WILLIAMS
Governor.
29th December, 1958.


VIRGIN
ISLANDS.


VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No. 14 of 1958.

An Ordinance to amend the Births and Deaths
Ordinance, 1957.


[29th December, 1958]


Commence-
ment.


ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Births Short title.
and Deaths (Amendment) Ordinance, 1958, and
shall be read as one with the Births and Deaths
Ordinance, 1957, hereinafter called the Principal 6/1957.
Ordinance.


2. Subsection (1) of section 22 of the Prin-
cipal Ordinance is hereby amended by substituting
the words within the five days next after the
death for the word "forthwith ".

3. Section 32 of the Principal Ordinance is
hereby amended by substituting the letter G for
the letter F immediately after the word "Form".

4. The First Schedule to the Principal Ordi-
nance is hereby amended as follows:-


(i) by substituting the number "30 (2)"
for the number "32 (2)" in Form F.

(ii) by inserting immediately after Form
F the following form:-


Amendment
of section 22
of the Princi-
pal Ordinance.


Amendment
of section 32
of the Princi-
pal Ordinance.

Amendment
of First
Schedule to
the Principal
Ordinance.







Births and Deaths
(Amendment)


No. 14 of 1958.


"FORM G


Section 32


CERTIFICATE


TO REMOVE DEAD BODY FROM
. THE COLONY.


I, Registrar of Births
and Deaths for District in the Colony of the
Virgin Islands do hereby certify that the death of
late of has been duly registered
and that the body may be removed from the Colony.
Witness my hand the day of 195 .

Registrar."

G. P. ALLSEBROOK,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council the Pth day
of December, 1958.

RALPH T. O'NEAL,
Clerk of the Council.



















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No. 15 of 1958. External Trade
(Amendment)

[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
A.T. WILLIAMS.
Governor,
31st December, 1958.

VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No. 15 of 1958.

An Ordinance to amend the External Trade
Ordinance, 1957.

[BY PROCLAMATION

ENACTED by the Legislature of the
Colony of the Virgin Islands.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
External Trade (Amendment) Ordinance, 1958,
and shall be read as one with the External
Trade Ordinance, 1957, hereinafter called the
Principal Ordinance.

2. Section 2 of the Principal Ordinance is
hereby amended as follows: --
(a) by substituting the figures 3(1) "
for the figure 3" wherever this figure
occurs in the said section; and
(b) by substituting the figures 5(1) "
for the figure 5" wherever this figure
occurs in the said section.

3. Paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of
section 3 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby
amended by inserting the words or originating
in" immediately before the words "any country
or place" occurring therein.

4. Subsection (4) of section 4 of the Prin-
cipal Ordinance is hereby amended by substitut-
ing the following for paragraph (c) thereof:-
(c) articles of British origin which
have been imported into the Colony, subse-
quently exported therefrom and thereafter
returned to the Colony; ".


VIRGIN
ISLANDS.


Commence-
ment.



Short title.


511957


Am endmont
of section 2 of
the Principal
Ordinance.






Amendment
of section 3 of
the Principal
Ordinance.



Amendment
of section 4 of
the Principal
Ordinance.







L,,'xtc-rnal iradle
(Ai nendmient)


No. 15 of 1958.


Amendment 5. Section 10 of the Principal Ordinance
of section 10 is herelb amended by deleting the words in
of the Princi-
pal Ordinance Council wherever these words occur in the
said section and the marginal note thereto.
Amendment 6. Subsection (2) of section 11 of the
of t iheii Principal Ordinance is hereby amended by
pal Ordinance. inserting the words "and shall in every case
order that the licence in whole or in part in
respect of which the offence was committed"
between the words "was committed and the
words shall not occurring therein.
Amendment 7. Section 12 of the Principal Ordinance
of teri- is hereby ,amended by deleting all the words
pal Ordinance. occurring after the w\oords '" niltv of that
offence" and substituting therefore the words
Sunless he proves that it was committed with-
out his knowledge or that he exercised all due
diligence to prevent the commission of that
offence. ".
Amendment 8. Subsection (2) of section 13 of the
of section I1I
of the i- Principal Ordinance is hereby amended by
pal Ordinance. substituting the words prosecution is for the
word "prosecutions" occurring therein.
Amendment 9. Section 14 of the Principal Ordinance
ofc te Princ is hereby amended by substituting thle word
pal Ordinance. or for the word and occurring immedi-
ately before the words "that he exercised".
Commence- 10. This Ordinance shall come into
meant. operation on a date to be Appointed by the
Governor' by proclamation published in the
Gazette.
G. P. ALLSEBROOK,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council the 9th day
of December, 1958.

RALPH T. O'NEAL,
Clerk of the Council.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Aiitigu~i. Leewa:d rcIsland
by EARL PIGOTT, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1959.


VIRGIN
ISLANDs


580-5.59.


[Price 7 cents.)







No. 5 of 1959. Distribution and Price of Goods VIRGIN
ISLANDS.








[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.
21st January, 1959.





VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No. 5 of 1959.

An Ordinance to regulate the distribution and price
of goods and other matters incidental thereto
and connected therewith.

[BY PROCLAMATION] Commence-
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Dis- Short title.
tribution and Price of Goods Ordinance, 1959.

2. In this Ordinance- Interpreta-
tion.
authorizedd officer includes any person
appointed by the Governor to be an
authorized officer and any police
officer of or above the rank of
corporal;

consumer means any person who pur-
chases or offers to purchase goods
otherwise than for the purpose of
re-sale;







VIRGIN 2 Distribution and Price of Goods No. 5 of 1959.
ISLANDS.
goods includes all kinds of moveable
or personal property including
animals;
maximum price means the maximum
price for goods fixed by the Gover-
nor in Council in accordance with the
provisions of section 3 of this Ordi-
nance;
"price includes any valuable considera-
tion of any kind whatsoever whether
direct or indirect;
"retail with its grammatical variations
and cognate expressions, when used
in relation to a sale, means a sale by
a trader to a consumer;
"sell" with its grammatical variations
and cognate expressions includes an
agreement to sell, an offer to sell,
the exposure of goods for sale, the
publication of a price list, the fur-
nishing of a quotation, or any act or
notification whatsoever whereby
willingness to enter into any tran-
saction or sale is expressed;
Supply Officer" means the person ap-
pointed as Supply Officer of the
Colony by the Governor for the
purpose of this Ordinance;
trader means any person who carries
on the business of selling goods and
includes any person carrying on
business in the course of which he
supplies goods for the purpose of or
in pursuance of a contract made by
him for work, labour and materials
and a commission agent.
Fixation of 3. (1) The Governor in Council so far as
maximum appears to him to be necessary for the purpose of
price of
goods. so maintaining, controlling or regulating supplies
as to secure a sufficiency of those essential to the
well-being of the community, their equitable distri-
bution and their availability at fair prices may from







No. 5 of 1959. Distribution and Price of Goods 3 VIRGIN
ISLANDS.
time to time by order published in the Gazette fix
and declare the maximum price for which any
goods may be sold by retail or wholesale either
throughout the Colony or in any specified part
thereof.
(2) An order made under the provisions of
subsection (1) of this section may direct that the
maximum price of any goods shall not exceed a
specified sum or may direct the manner in which
the maximum price shall be ascertained and may-
(a) fix different maximum prices for the
same class of goods having regard to the
terms upon which and the circumstances
in which the goods are manufactured, imported
or sold; and
(b) fix alternative methods by which
the maximum price may be ascertained for
the same or different classes of goods.
(3) Any order made under this section may
contain such incidental and supplementary provi-
sions as are necessary for the purposes of the Order.
4. Where the quantity of goods sold or Proportionate
offered for sale is greater or less than the quantity prices.
specified in the order made under section 3 of this
Ordinance, such goods shall, subject to any express
provision to the contrary in the order, be sold or
offered for sale at a proportionately increased or
decreased price as the case may be.

5. (1) No person shall in respect of any ale at more
goods the maximum price of which has been than maxi-
.mum price of
fixed under the provisions of section 3 of this upon condi-
Ordinance- tions, etc.
(a) sell or buy or agree to buy any such
goods at a price greater than the maximum
price; or
(b) impose, whether at the time of deliv-
ery of any such goods or at any subsequent
time prior to payment there for, any condition
relating to the sale of suck goods or to pay-
ment therefore other than a condition requiring
immediate payment for such goods; or






VIRGIN 4 Distribution and Price of Goods No. 5 of 1959.
ISLANDS.
(c) with the object of speculating or
profiteering hoard anr such goods.
(2) Any person who contravenes any of the
provisions of subsection (1) of this section shall be
guilty of an offence against this Ordinance 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 im-
prisonment and such fine; or
(6) on conviction on indictment be liable
to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two
years or to a fine not exceeding two thousand,
four hundred dollars, or to both such impris-
onment and such fine.
nation of 6. (1) The Supply Officer may, by notice
published in the Gazette and in a newspaper circu-
lating in the Colony, with regard to.any goods the
maximum price of which has been fixed, require
that any trader offering such goods for sale by
retail shall cause the same to be marked with the
Selling price thereof in a conspicuous and legible
manner.
(2) Any trader who fails to comply with any
such notice shall be guilty of an offence against this
Ordinance.
Refausl to 7. (1) Any person carrying on a business in
the course of which goods of any description in
respect of which an order has been made under
section 3 of this Ordinance are normally sold and
having in his possession a stock of goods of such
description who-
(a) falsely denies that he has such goods
in his possession; or
(b) without reasonable cause refuses to
sell such goods in reasonable quantities, upon
tender of immediate payment of the maximum
price fixed therefore,
shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance
and shall on summary conviction be liable to.
imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months
o to a fine not exceeding four hundred and eighty
dollarss or to both such imprisonment and such fine.







No. 5 of 1959. Distribution and Price ol Goods 5 VIRGiN
ISLANDS.
(2) Nothing in this section shall be deemed to
make it obligatory for any person to sell any goods
which he has in stock for the purpose of advertise-
ment or as a sample.
8. (1) Every trader who sells whether by Deliveryof
wholesale or retail goods the maximum price of invoice.
which has been fixed shall on request tender at the
time of sale to every purchaser of such goods from
him an invoice showing the date of sale, a descrip-
tion of the goods sufficient to identify the same, the
quantity of such goods and the price charged
therefore.
(2) Any person who contravenes or fails to
comply with the provisions of subsection (1) of this
section shall be guilty of an offence against this
Ordinance.
9. (1) An authorised officer may- Furnishing
of informa-
,(a) require any trader to supply him tion.
either orally or in writing with any information
in his possession relating to goods;
(b) at any reasonable time require any
trader to produce for his inspection any docu-
ment or account whatsoever relating wholly or
in part to the business carried on by such trader
in relation to the sale of goods;
(c) require any trader to furnish him with
copies of any such document as is referred to in
paragraph (b) hereof;
(d) enter during business hours upon any
place or premises in the occupation of any trader
for the purpose of ascertaining whether the
provisions of this Ordinance are being complied
with and to search for and inspect any docu-
ments of the kind referred to in paragraph (b)
hereof and make copies or abstracts of such
documents and take such steps as may be
reasonably necessary in the premises;
(e) take possession of an v document which
appears to him to constitute prnma facie
evidence of a breach of any order or notice
under the provisions of this Ordinance.







VIRGIN 6 Distribution and Price of Goods No. 5 of 1959.
IsLANDS.
(2) Any person who-
(a) obstructs an authorised officer in the
exercise of his powers under subsection (1) of
this section;
(b) wilfully fails to give any information
or to produce any document lawfully required
of him under the provisions of subsection (1)
of this section; or
(c) knowingly gives to an authorised offi-
cer any false information relating to goods,
shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.
Records to be 10. (1) Every trader dealing in goods the
kept by maximum price of which has been fixed shall keep
reasonable records of all, purchases of such goods.

(2) The Supply Officer may by notice in
writing require any trader to keep any records or
accounts as are specified in such notice.
(3) Any trader who contravenes or fails to
comply with the provisions of this section or of
any notice thereunder shall be guilty of an offence
and shall be liable on summary conviction to a
fine not exceeding two hundred dollars.
Powar to 11. (1) Where it appears to the Governor
Srequisition in Council necessary for. the purpose of ensuring
goods.
a sufficient supply of foodstuffs or essential com-
modities for use or consumption in the Colony or
for their equitable distribution therein, he may
empower the Supply Officer by written notice to
any person or persons in possession, or having
control, of such goods to requisition or cause to
be requisitioned any such goods, and to provide
for the distribution and sale of any such goods.
(2) Any person to whom any notice of re-
quisition is given under the provisions of subsec-
tion (1) of this section shall hold to the order of
the Supply Officer the goods specified therein in
accordance with the terms of such notice.
(3) Upon requisitioning any goods under the
provisions of subsection (1) of this section the
Supply Officer shall pay as compensation to the








No. 5 of 1959. Distribution and Price of Goods 7 VIRGIN
ISLANDS.
person in possession or having control of such
goods a sum equal to the price which such person
might reasonably have been expected to obtain
upon a sale of such goods, regard being had to
the condition of the goods at the time.

(4) If the person in possession or control of
any goods requisitioned under the provisions of
subsection (1) of this section fails without reason-
able cause to deliver such goods in accordance
with the terms of the notice of requisition any
authorised officer specifically authorised in that
behalf in writing by the Supply Officer may enter
the premises whereon such goods are kept and
seize them.

(5) Any person who contravenes or fails to
comply with any of the provisions of this section
or of any notice thereunder shall be guilty of an
offence against this Ordinance and shall on sum-
mary conviction be liable to imprisonment for a
term not exceeding three months or to a fine not
exceeding four hundred and eighty dollars or to
both such imprisonment and such fine.

12. Where it appears to the Governor in Powerto
direct distri-
Council necessary for the purpose of ensuring an butionand
equitable distribution of any foodstuffs or essential sale of
commodities in the Colony or any part thereof, he esoetial
may, bv order, authorise the Supply Officer to
provide for the exclusive or limited right of distri-
bution and sale of such foodstuffs or commodities
through any trader or traders approved by the
Supply Officer.
13. Where a person charged with an offence Liability of
under the provisions of this Ordinance is a body officeof
corporate
corporate every person who, at the time of the com- bodies.
mission of the offence, was a director or officer of
the body corporate may be charged jointly in the
same proceeding with such body corporate, and
where such body corporate is convicted of the
offence every such director or officer shall be
deemed to be guilty of that offence unless he
proves that the offence was committed without his
knowledge or that he exercised all due diligence
to prevent the commission of the offence.







VIRGIN 8 Distribution and Price of Goods No. 5 of 1959.
ISLANDS.
Appearance 14. (1) Where a corporation is charged
dptleaiy with an offence against this Ordinance such cor-
poration 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
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 a corporation is charged, whether
alone or jointly with some other person, 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 prosecution is
sufficient to put the accused corporation upon
trial, commit the corporation for trial.
(3) Any indictment filed against a corpora-
tion 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 corporation at any place in the Colony at
which it trades or conducts business.
(4) In this section the expression repre-
sentative in relation to a corporation means a
person duly appointed by the corporation to repre.
sent it for the purpose of doing any act or thing
which the 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 qualified to act on behalf of the
corporation before any court for any other pur-
pose.
(5) A representative for the purposes of this
section need not be appointed under the seal of
the corporation, and a statement in writing pur-
porting 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 state-
ment has been appointed as the representative of
he corporation for the purposes of this section







No. 5 of 1959. Distribution and Price of Goods 9 VIactr
ISLANDS.
shall be admissible without further proof as
prima facie evidence that that person has been so
appointed.

15. Every person shall be liable for the acts Liability of
and omissions of any partner, agent, or servant in employer.
so far as they relate to the business of such person
and if such partner, agent, or servant performs any
act or suffers any omission which contravenes or
fails to comply with the provisions of this Ordi-
nance such person and his partner, agent, or
servant may be charged, jointly in the same pro-
ceedings and shall be liable jointly and severally to
the penalties imposed by this Ordinance, unless he
proves that the offence was committed without his
knowledge or that he exercised all due diligence to
prevent the commission of the offence.

16. Where any person is convicted of sell- Compensa-
ing goods at a price in excess of the maximum puchiserof
price and- goods at
price in excess
of maximum
price.
(a) the court considers that the purchaser
of the goods did not know and could not rea-
sonably be expected to know that the price
paid by him for such goods was in excess of
the maximum price; or
(b) the purchaser of the goods reported
the sale to the Supply Officer or to a police
officer of or above the rank of Inspector with-
in forty-eight hours of such sale,
the court may, in addition to any other penalty
which it may impose, order the person convicted to
pay to such purchaser the difference between the
maximum price and the price at which the goods
were sold together with such sum, if any, as the
court may think fit to award by way of compensa-
tion for any expenses incurred by such purchaser.

17. Any person guilty of an offence against Ponalty.
this Ordinance for which no penalty is expressly
provided shall on summary conviction be liable to a
fine not exceeding four hundred and eighty dollars
or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding
three months.







VRl+CIN 10 Distribution and Price of Goods No. 5 of 1959.
ISLANDS.
Transitional 18. Upon the expiry or revocation after the
provisionsts coming into operation oi this Ordinance of the reg-
reulations ulations set forth in the Schedule to this Ordinance
and instru- all orders, licences, permits or other instruments
ments. niade, issued or granted under or by virtue of the
Schedule. provisions of any of the said regulations shall, if in
operation immediately before the expiry or revoca-
tion of the said regulations, be deemed to have been
made, issued or granted under or by virtue of the
provisions of this Ordinance relating to the making
of orders or the granting of licences, as the case
may be, and may accordingly be amended, cancelled
or revoked under or by virtue of the said provi-
sions of this Ordinance, but shall continue in force
until their expiry, or until they have been revoked
or cancelled under or by virtue of the said provi-
sions.
Commence- 19. This Ordinance shall come into
ment. operation on a date to be appointed by the Governor
by proclamation published in the Gazette.

G. P. ALLSEBROOK,
President.


Passed the Legislative Council this 6th day of
January, 1959.

RALPH T. O'NEAL,
Clerk of the Council.



SCHEDULE.

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1939.






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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1959, No. 10.

THE PLANT PROTECTION REGULATIONS, 1959, DATED APRIL 15, 1959,
MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTIONS 15 AND 17
OF THE PLANT PROTECTION ORDINANCE, 1911 (NO. 14 OF 1941).


1. SHORT TITLE. These Regulations may be cited as the Plant
Protection Regulations, 1959.

2. PROHIBITION OF IMPORTATION. It is hereby prohibited abso-
lutely to import into the Colony the articles mentioned in the first
column of the First Schedule to these Regulations from the countries
and places mentioned in the second column of the said Schedule.
3. RESTRICTION OF IMPORTATION. It is hereby prohibited to im-
port into the Colony the articles mentioned in the first column of the
Second Schedule to these Regulations from the countries and places
mentioned in the third column of the said Schedule except upon the
.conditions specified in the second column of the said Schedule.
4. RENOVATION. The Plant Protection Reguitions, 195(
(S.R. & 0. 1956, No. 68) and the Plant Protection (Amendment) Regu-
lations, 1957 (S.t. & 0. 1957, No. 10) are hereby revoked.
Made by the Governor in Council this 15th day of April, 1959.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.

FIRST SCHEDULE.
ARTICLES ABSOLUTELY PROHIBITED.

Articles prohibited from Countries and places from which,
importation importation prohibited

(a) The Fruit of the banana All countries and places except the
United States of America, Guadeloupe,
Dominica, Montserrat and Saint Chris-
topher, Nevis and Anguilla.









FIRST SCHEDULE.-(Contd.)
ARTICLES ABSOLUTELY PROHIBITED.


Articles prohibited from
importation

(b) All fruit and plants of the
citrus family and parts of
such fruits and plants


(c) All
(i)
(ii)
(iii)


other fruits except
plantains
nuts
dried, canned, candied
or other processed
fruits.


(d) All vegetables except
(i) onions
(ii) Irish (English) pota-
toes
(iii) canned or processed
vegetables

(e) Pimento and the Bay Tree
(Pimento acris)
(f) Cotton seed, cotton seed
hulls cake and meal and
other cotton seed products,
seed cotton, cotton lint and
any other plant or part
thereof belonging to the
family JMalvace(c
(g) Fertilizers and stock feeds
containing cotton seed meal
(h) Pillows and bedding mate-
rial containing seed cotton,
cotton lint or any part of
the cotton plant
(i) All agricultural produce in
bags


Countries and places from which
importation prohibited

Cuba, Haiti, Santo Domingo, Jama-
ica, the United States of America and
the Commonwealth of Australia except
the State of Tasmania.

The Commonwealth of Australia
except the State of Tasmania,
the Bahamas, Bermudn, British Guiana
and all other countries and places ex-
cept the West Indies and the United
States of America.

ditto.





Jamaica

Venezuela, Cuba, Haiti, and Santo
Domingo.


ditto.

ditto.



ditto.










FIRST SCHEDULE-(Contd.)
ARTICLES ABSOLUTELY PROHIBITED.


Articles prohibited from
importation

(j) Previously used empty bags
and baling material
(k) Packages, containers and
coverings which contain or
are reasonably suspected to
have contained any of the
articles specified in item
(f) of this Schedule
(1) Personal baggage and effects
of any description which
contain or are reasonably
suspected to have contain-
ed any of the articles speci-
fied in item (f) of this
Schedule
(m) Personal baggage and
effects of any description
which have been in contact
with or in close proximity
to other baggage, cargo,
produce or articles of any
description infected or rea-
sonably suspected to be
infected with any danger-
ous insect pest or disease
of cotton including the
cotton boll weevil (Antho-
nomus grandis) Boheman
(n) Articles which have formed
part of the cargo of a ship
another part of the cargo
of which has been found to
be infected or is reasonably
suspected to be infected with
any dangerous insect pest
or disease including the
cotton boll weevil (Antho-
nomzis grandis) Boheman


Countries and places from which
importation prohibited


Venezuela,
Domingo.


Cuba, Haiti and Santo

ditto.


ditto.






All countries and places.












ditto.










FIRST SCHEDULE -(Contd.)

ARTICLES ABSOLUTELY PROHIBITED.


Articles prohibited from
importation


(o) Soil






(j) Sunflower Seeds


Countries and places from which
importation prohibited

Bahamas, Bermuda, British Guiana,
Trinidad and all other countries and
places except the British Isles, Canada,
the other islands of the West Indies
not in this paragraph mentioned, and
the United States of America.
All countries and places in South
America.


SECOND SCHEDULE.
ARTICLES PROHIBITED CONDITIONALLY.


Articles


(a) Sugar cane, sugar
cane seedlings and
plants of the sugar
cane





(b) All living material
(other than seeds)
of the plants of
the family (Gram-
ince) grasses
(c) Banana plants and
parts of banana
plants
(d) Cotton seed, cotton
lint, seed cotton
and all packages,
coverings, contain-
ers, bags and other
articles and things
which have been
used as packing,
coverings, contain-
ers, or bags for
any cotton seed,
cotton lint or seed
cotton


Conditions of Importation.

Under licence granted by
the Head of the Department
of Agriculture and subject to
being accompanied by a phyto-
sanitary certificate from the
exporting country certifying
that such articles are free
from insect pests and diseases

ditto




ditto


Under licence granted by
the Head of the Department
of Agriculture and subject to
fumigation of any cotton seed,
bags and packages immedi-
ately on landing


Conutries and Places

All countries and pla-
ces







ditto




ditto


All countries and pla-
ces other than Venezuela,
Cuba, Haiti and Santo
Domingo.









SECOND SCHEDULE-(Cont'd.)

ARTICLES PROHIBITED CONDITIONALLY.


Conditions of Importation


Country and Places


(e) Sprouted Coconuts


(f) All fruits and
plants of the citrus
family and parts
of such fruits and
plants


(g) Soil and plants
growing in soil


(h) All other fruits ex-
cept
(i) plaintains
(ii) nuts
(iii) dried, canned,
candied or oth-
e r processed
fruits

(i) All vegetables ex-
oept
(i) onions
(ii) Irish (English
potatoes)
(iii) canned pre-
served vege-
tables

(j) Animal Manure


Under licence granted by
the Head of the Department
of Agriculture and subject to
being accompanied by a phyto-
sanitary certificate from the
exporting country certifying
that such coconuts are free
from insect pests and disease

ditto


Under licence granted by
the Head of the Department
of Agriculture and sub-
ject to fumigation immediate-
ly on landing

To be accompanied by a
certificate of origin from a
responsible authority stating
that such fruit was not grown
in a country or place from
whence its importation is pro-
hibited and that such fruit is
from insect pests and diseases

ditto








Under licence granted by
the Head of the Department
of Agriculture


All countries and places.


All countries and places
other than Cuba,
Haiti, Santo Domingo,
Jamaica, the United
States of America, South
America and the Com-
monwealth of Australia
except the State of Tas-
mania.


All countries and places.


ditto








ditto








ditto


Articles


C~_i~~










SECOND SCHEDULE-(Cont'd.)

ARTiCLES PROHIBITED CONDITIONALLY.


Articles


(k) Vegetable and flow-
er seed






(1) All Agricultural
produce in bags


Conditions of Importation


Under licence granted by
the Head of the Department
of Agriculture and subject to
being accompanied by a phy-
tosanitary certificate from a
responsible authority in the
exporting country

Under licence granted by
the Head of the Department
of Agriculture and subject to
fumigation immediately on
landing


Countries and Places


All countries and places.







Santo Domingo.


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by EABL PiaoTT, Government Printor.-By Authority.
1959.
Price 15 cents.


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MONTSERRAT.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1958, No. 32.

THE MOTOR VEHICLES INSURANCE (THIRD-PARTY RISKS)
RULES, 1958, DATED AUGUST 9, 1958, MADE BY THE
GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 17 OF THE
MOTOR VEHICLES INSURANCE (TIIRD-PARTY RISKS)
ORDINANCE, 1958 (No. 17 OF 1958).

1. SHORT TITLE. These rules may be cited as the
Motor Vehicles Insurance (Third-Party Risks) Rules, 1958.
2. DEFINITIONS. In these Rules unless the context
otherwise requires the following expressions have the meanings
hereby respectively assigned to them:
Commissioner of Police includes any police officer of
or above the rank of Sergeant;
Government" means the Government of the Colony;
Ordinance means the Motor Vehicles Insurance (Third-
Party Risks) Ordinance, 1958;
owner" in relation to a motor vehicle which is the
subject of a hire-purchase agreement means the
person in possession of the motor vehicle under that
agreement;
"policy" means such policy of insurance in respect of
third party risks arising out of the use of motor
vehicles as complies with the requirements of the
Ordinance and includes a covering note;
security means such security in respect of third party
risks arising out of the use of motor vehicles as
complies with the requirements of the Ordinance;
"Treasurer" includes any Treasury Officer.
3. CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE AND OF SECURITY. (1)
An insurer shall issue to every to every holder of a security or
of a policy other than a covering note issued by the insurer:-
(a) in the'case of a policy or security relating to a
specified vehicle or to specified vehicles a certificate of
insurance in Form A or a certificate of security in Form D
set oui in the Schedule to these Rules in respect of each
such vehicle;









(b) in the case of a policy or security not relating to
any specified vehicle or vehicles such number of certifi-
cates in the Form B or D set out in the Schedule to
these Rules as may be necessary to enable the require-
ments of section 14 of the Ordinance and of these Rules as
to the production of evidence that a motor vehicle is not
being driven in contravention of section 3 of the Ordin-
ance to be complied with.
(2) Every policy in the form of a covering note issued by
an insurer shall have printed thereon or on the back thereof a
certificate of insurance in the Form C set out in the Schedule
to these Rules.
4. AUTHENTICATION OF CERTIFICATES. (1) Every cer-
tificate of insurance or certificate of security shall be duly
authenticated by or on behalf of the insurer by whom it is
issued.
(2) The certificate aforesaid shall be issued not later than
four days after the date on which the policy or security is
issued or renewed.
5. ISSUE OF FURTHER CERTIFICATE. Where under the
terms of a policy or security relating to a specified motor
vehicle the holder is entitled to drive any other motor vehicle
than that specified without contravention of section 3 of the Or-
dinance, the insurer by whom the policy or security was issued
may and shall on demand being made to him by the holder
issue to him a further certificate of insurance in Form A or B
set out in the Schedule or a further certificate of security as
the case may be.
6. EVIDENCE ALTERNATIVE TO CERTIFICATES. The
following evidence that a motor vehicle is not being driven in
contravention of section 3 of the Ordinance may he produced
by the driver of such motor vehicle on the request of a police
officer in pursuance of section 14 of the Ordinance as an
alternative to the production of a certificate of insurance or a
certificate of security:-
(a) in the case of a motor vehicle of which the
owner has for the time being deposited with the Treasurer
the sum of forty eight thousand dollars in accordance
with the provisions of subsection (3) of section 5 of the
Ordinance a certificate in the Form E set out in the
Schedule to the Rules signed by the Treasurer and by the
owner of the motor vehicle or by some person authorized
by him in that behalf;









(6) in the case of a motor vehicle owned by the
Government of the Colony or by a local Authority in the
Colony or used and employed exclusively in Her
Majesty's service a certificate in the Form F set out in the
Schedule signed by a duly authorised officer of the
Government department or authority in whose possession
or use such vehicle may be.

7. CERTIFICATES TO BE DESTROYED IN CERTAIN EVENTS-
Any certificate issued in accordance with sub-paragraphs (a) or
(I) of rule 6 shall be destroyed by the person by whom it was
issued before the motor vehicle to which it relates is sold or
otherwise disposed of.
8. NATURE OF CERTIFICATE. (1) .Every certificate
issued in pursuance of the Ordinance and of these Rules shall
be printed and completed in black on white paper or similar
material.
(2) No certificate so issued shall contain any advertising
matter either on the face or on the back thereof:
Provided that the name and address of an insurer by
whom a certificate is issued or a reproduction of the seal of the
insurer or any monogram or similar device of the insureror
the name and address of an insurance broker shall not be
deemed to be advertising matter for the purposes of this rule
if it is printed or stamped at the foot or on the back of such
certificate.
9. PRODUcTION OF CERTIFICATE. Any person applying
for a licence under section 15 of the Vehicles and
Road Traffic Ordinance, 1950, (No. 4 of 1951) as amended by
any subsequent enactment shall produce to the Licensing
Officer a certificate of insurance or a certificate of security
indicating that on the date when the licence comes into opera-
tion there will be in force a policy or a security in relation to
the user of the motor vehicle by the applicant or by other
persons on his order or with his permission:
Provided that there may be produced in lieu thereof-
(i) in the case of a motor vehicle of, which the owner
has for the time being deposited with the
Treasurer the sum of Forty-eight thousand
dollars in accordance with the provisions of
subsection (3) of section 5 of the Ordinance a
certificate, signed by the Treasurer and by the









owner of the vehicle or by some person author-
ised by him in that behalf, that such deposit has
been made;
(ii) in the case of motor vehicles owned by the
Government of the Colony or by a local author-
ity in the Colony or used and employed
exclusively in Her Majesty's service a certificate,
signed by a duly authorized officer of the
Government department or authority in whose
possession or use such vehicle may be, that the
vehicles in respect of which the application for
a licence is made are owned by the Government
of the Colony or by local Authority, or used
and employed exclusively in Her Majesty's
Service.
10. RECORDS. (1) Every insurer by whom a policy or
a security is issued shall keep a record of the following
particulars relative thereto and of any certificates issued in
connection therewith:-

(a) the full name and address of the person to whom
the policy security or certificate is issued;
(b) in the case of a policy or security relating to a
specified motor vehicle or to specified motor vehicles the
index mark and registration number of each such motor
vehicle;
(c) the date on which the policy or security comes
into force and the date on which it expires;
(d) in the case of a policy the conditions subject to
which the persons or classes of persons specified in the
policy will be indemnified;
(e) in the case of a security the conditions subject to
which the undertaking given by the insurer under the
security will be implemented.
(2) Every such record shall be preserved for one year
from the date of expiry of the policy or security.
(3) Every local Authority shall keep a record of the
motor vehicles owned by them in respect of which a policy or a
security has not been obtained and of any certificate issued by
them under these Rules in respect of such motor vehicles, and
of the withdrawal or destruction of any such certificates.









(4) Any person who has deposited and keeps deposited
with the Treasurer the sum of Forty-eight thousand dollars
in pursuance ,of subsection (3) of section 5 of the Ordin-
ance shall keep a record of the motor vehicles owned by
him and of any certific ites issued by him under these Rules in
respect of such motor vehicles and of the withdrawal or
destruction of any such certificates.

(5) Any person, authority or insurer by whom records of
documents are required to be kept by these Rules shall, with-
out charge, furnish to the Treasurer or to the Commissioner of
Police on request any particulars thereof.

11. NOTIFICATION THAT POLICY OR SECURITY HAS
CEASED TO BE EFFECTIVE. Where to the knowledge of an
insurer a policy or security issued by him ceases to be effective
without the consent of the person to whom it was issued
otherwise than by effluxion of time or by reason of his death
the insurer shall forthwith notify the Commissioner of Police
of the date on which the policy or security ceased to be
effective.

12. RETURN OF CERTIFICATES. Where with the consent
of the person to whom it was issued a policy or security is
transferred or suspended or ceases to be effective otherwise
than by effluxion of time such person shall forthwith return
any relative certificates to the insurer by whom they were
issued and a new policy or security shall not be issued to that
person, nor shall the said policy or security be transferred to
any other person unless and until the certificates have been
returned to the insurer or the insurer is satisfied that they have
been lost or destroyed.

13. ISsUE OF FRESH CERTIFICATES. Where any insurer
by whom a certificate of insurance or a certificate of security
has been issued is satisfied that the certificate has become
defaced or has been lost or destroyed he shall, if requested so
to do by the person to whom the certificate was issued, issue to
him a fresh certificate.

14. DECLARATIONS. Every statutory declaration made
for the purposes of paragraph (c) of subsciion (2) of section 7
or of section 11 of the Ordinance shall be delivered to the
insurer in like manner as though it were a certificate.









PART II.
15. DEFINITIoNs. In this Part of these Rules unless
the context otherwise requires the following expressions have
the meanings hereby respectively assigned to them:-

issuing authority" means the Licensing Officer ap-
pointed under the provisions of the Vehicles and
Road Traffic Ordinance, 1950; (No. 4 of 1951);

motor vehicle means a motor vehicle brought into the
Colony by a visitor;
"visitor means a person bringing a motor vehicle into
the Colony from a place outside the Colony and
making only a temporary stay in the Colony.

16. APPLICATION BY VISITORS FOR CERTIFICATE OF
FOREIGN INSURANCE. A visitor who is a holder of a policy of
insurance issued in any place outside the Colony in respect
of third party risks arising out of the driving by him of a
motor vehicle in the Colony may make application to the
issuing authority for a certificate (hereinafter called a certi-
ficate of foreign insurance ") in Form G set out in the Schedule
to these Rules.

17. ISSIE OF CERTIFICATES OF FOREIGN INSURANCE.
The issuing authority may issue a certificate of foreign
insurance to any visitor who makes application therefore in the
manner prescribed by these Rules.

18. FORM OF APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE OF
FOREIGN INSURANCE. Every such application as aforesaid
shall be signed by the person by whom it is made and shall
specify the number of the policy in respect of third party risks
held by him, the name and address of the insurer by whom it
was issued, the date on which the policy commences and the
date on which it expires, and shall also contain a declaration by
the applicant that the provisions of the policy with respect to
third party risks are effective in relation to the driving of the
motor vehicle in the Colony by him or by some other person
or persons or classes of persons specified in the declaration.

19. AUTHENTICATION OF CERTIFICATE OF FOREIGN
INSURANCE. Every certificate of foreign insurance shall be
signed by some person duly authorized in that behalf by the
issuing authority by whom it is issued.









20. VALIDITY OF CERTIFICATE OF FOREIGN INSURANCE.
The period of validity of a certificate of foreign insurance shall
not exceed the unexpired period covered by the policy to which
it relates.

21. EFFECT OF CERTIFICATES OF FOREIGN INSURANCE.
For the purposes of the Ordinance and of Rules 6 and 9 of
Part I of these Rules, a certificate of foreign insurance shall
have effect as if it were a certificate of insurance issued by an
insurer and the policy of insurance to which it relates shall be
deemed to comply with the requirements of the Ordinance.

22. PROVISIONS OF SECTION 6 OF ORDINANCE NOT TO
APPLY. The provisions of section 6 of the Ordinance shall not
apply in relation to any policy of insurance in respect of which
a certificate of foreign insurance has been issued.

23. RETURN OF CERTIFICTAES OF FOREIGN INSURANCE.
A certificate of foreign insurance shall be forthwith returned
by the visitor to the issuing authority if the motor vehicle to
which it relates is sold or otherwise disposed of or if by reason
of his obtaining a new policy or otherwise a new certificate of
foreign insurance is issued to him during his stay in the
Colony, and if the certificate is not so returned it shall be
surrendered to the issuing authority by or on behalf of the
visitor when the mocor vehicle is taken out of the Colony.

24. RECORD TO BE KEPT OF CERTIFICATES OF FOREIGN
INSURANCE. The issuing authority shall keep a record of the
following particulars relative to any certificates of foreign
insurance issued by him:-

(a) the full name and address of the person to whom
the certificate is issued and particulars of the persons or
classes of persons authorised to drive the motor vehicle;

(b) the date on which the policy of insurance to
which the certificate relates commences and the date on
which it expires;

(c) the date of return of the certificate to the
issuing authority;

and the issuing authority shall without charge furnish to the
Commissioner of Police on request any particulars thereof.










PART III.


25. PENALTY. If any person acts in contravention of or
fails to comply with any of the requirements of these Rules he
shall be guilty of an offence and be liable on summary
conviction to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars.

26. COMMENCEMENT. These Rules shall come into
operation on the 1st day of January, 1959.

Made by the (Governor in Council the 9th day of August,
1958.

V. S. R. DYETT,
Ag. Clerk of the Council.

Approved by the Legislative Council the 29th day of
December, 1958.

G-EORGE I. E. CABEY,
Clerk of the Council.



THE SCHEDULE.


FORM A.
MOTOR VEIIICLES INSURANCE (THIRD-PARTY RISKS) ORDINANCE,
1958.
CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE.
Certificate No. Policy No.
1. Index Mark and registration number of vehicle.
2. Name of Policy Holder.
3. Date of the commencement of insurance.
4. Date of expiry of insurance.
5. Persons or classes of persons entitled to drive.
G. Limitations as to use.*
I/We hereby certify that the Policy to which this Certificate
relates is issued in accordance with the provisions of the, Motor
Vehicles Insurance (Third-Party Risks) Ordinance, 1958.

Insurer.
*Limitations rendered inoperative by section 9 of the Motor
Vehicles Insurance (Third-Party Risks) Ordinance, 1958, are not to be
included under this heading.









FORM B.

MOTOR VEHICLES INSURANCE (THIRD-PARTY RISKS) ORDINANCE,
1958.

CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE.
Certificate No. Policy No.
(Optional)

1. Description of vehicles.
2. Name of Policy Holder.
3. Date of the commencement of insurance.
4. Date of expiry of insurance.
5. Persons or classes of persons entitled to drive.
6. Limitations as to use.*
I/We hereby certify that the Policy to which this Certificate
relates is issued in accordance with the provisions of the Motor
Vehicles Insurance (Third-Party Risks) Ordinance, 1958.

Insurer.

*Limitations rendered inoperative by section 9 of the Motor
Vehicle Insurance (Third-Party Risks) Ordinance, 1958, are not to be
included under this heading.


FORM C.

MOTOR VEHICLES INSURANCE (THIRD-PARTY RISKS) ORDINANCE,
1958.
CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE.

I/We hereby certify that this covering note is issued in accord since
with the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Insurance (Third-Party
Risks) Ordinance, 1958.

Insurer.


FORM D.

MOTOR VEHICLES INSURANCE (THIRD-PARTY RISKS) ORDINANCE
1958.

CERTIFICATE OF SECURITY.
Certificate No. Security No.
(Optional)

1. Name of holder of security.
2. Date of the commencement of security.
3. Date of expiry of security.
4. Conditions to which security is subject.*








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I/We hereby certify that the security to which this Certificate
relates is issued in accordance with the provisions of the Motor
Vehicles Insurance (Third-Party Risks) Ordinance, 1958.

Insurer.

*Conditions rendered inoperative by section 9 of the Motor
Vehicles Insurance (Third-Party Risks) Ordinance, 1958, are not to be
included under this heading.

FORM E.

MOTOR VEHICLES INSURANCE (THIRD-PARTY RISKS) ORDINANCE,
1958.
CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT.
* I/We hereby certify that I am/we are the owner/owners of the
vehicle of which the registration mark and number are.........and
that in pursuance of the provisions of subsection (3) of section 5 of the
Motor Vehicles Insurance (Third-Party Risks) Ordinance, 1958, I/We
have deposited with the Treasurer the sum of Forty eight thousand
dollars.
Signed.........................
on behalf of.........................

and I hereby certify that the above statement is correct.

Treasurer.


FORM F.

MOTOR VEHICLES INSURANCE (THIRD-PARTY RISKS) ORDINANCE,
1958.

CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP OR USE BY THE
GOVERNMENT OR BY LOCAL AUTHORITY.

I hereby certify that the vehicle of which the registration mark
and number are


is the property of/




(or/is used and employed exclusively in Her Majesty's Service)
Signature................ ............

Office and Rank of Signatory.......... .........................










FORM G.

MOTro VEHICLES INSURANCE (THIRD-PARTY RISKS) ORDINANCE,
1958.

CERTIFICATE OF FOREIGN INSURANCE.


Certificate No.


Policy No.


1. Date to which Certifloate is valid.
2. Identification mark and number or numbers and make of vehicle.
3. Persons or classes of persons authorised to drive the vehicle.
4. Date of commencement of policy.
5. Date of expiry of policy.
I hereby certify that this certificate is issued in accordance with
the Motor Vehicles Insurance (Third-Party Risks) Rules, 1958.
Signed......................
on behalf of............................
Issuing Authority.





























Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Ialands,
by EARL PIGoTT, Government Printer-By Authority
1969.


430-5.59


[Price 25 cents.]




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