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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
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Publisher: Govt. Printer.
Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
Frequency: weekly
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 Subjects
Subject: Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( 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
    Main
        Page 123
        Page 124
        Page 125
        Page 126
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 9 of 1959: Public Holidays Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1959
        Page A-1
        Page A-2
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 23 of 1959: Immigration and Passport Act (Amendment) Regulations, 1959
        Page B-1
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 25 of 1959: Colonial Air Navigation (Use of Government Aerodromes) Notification, 1959
        Page C-1
        Page C-2
        Page C-3
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 26 of 1959: Proclamation dated 28th July, 1959, appointing Tuesday, 4th August, 1959, as a Public Holiday in the Colony of Antigua
        Page D-1
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 27 of 1959: Order in Council dated July 29, 1959, made by the Governor in Council under section 5A of the Immigration and Passport Act, 1945, No. 7 of 1945
        Page E-1
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 9 of 1959: Warehouse Charges Regulations, 1959
        Page F-1
        Page F-2
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THE 1 25 SL? 95S 1

ANTIGUA, MON RRA

AND .

VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.

OPublished by c4uthority.

)L. IV. THII( SDAY, 30TH JULY, 1959. No. 3i


6.


Notices.


It is notified for general informa-
tion that in accordance with sub-
section (2) of section 6 of the Magis-
trate's Code of Procedure Act (Cap.
61), Mr. C. O. R. PHILLIPS has been
appointed an Additional Magistrate
in and for Magisterial Districts A "
and B (Island of Antigua) and
'- (Island of Barbuda) with effect
from the 26th July, 1959.

Administfrtor'l s OfQire,
Antiiu a,
27th July, 1959.


It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that as from the 1st August
1959, the fee for renewing a passport
in Antigua will be increased from 96c.
to $2.40. The present fee of $7.20
for the issue of a local passport will
remain unchanged.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
23rd July, 1959.

Ref. No. A 57/31.


It is notified for general informa-
tion that Mr. A. C. VROON has been
accorded provisional recognition as
,Consul General de carrier for the
Netherlands at Port of Spain with
jurisdiction in the Federation of the
West Indies.
Administrator's Office,
St. John's.
Antigua.
28th July, 1959.
A. 19/3


INCOME TAX.

All persons who claim a deduction
under the Income Tax Ordinance for
reliefs in respect of Wife, Children,
Dependent Relatives, Life Insurance
are reminded that such claims must
be made on the prescribed f o r m.
These forms can be obtained at the
Income Tax Office, High Street.
The Ordinance provides for penal-
ties for any person who wilfully fails
il to comply with the provisions of the
appropriate section.


Those members of the public who
have not submitted returns for 1959
whose total annual income exceeds
Five hundred dollars ($500) should
supply returns not later than the 15th
August, 1959, after which date pro-
ceedings may be commenced without
further warning.
E. G. O. BERRIDGE,
Commissioner of Income Tax.

TENDER NO rICE.

Tenders are invited for the pur-
chase of an old Pick-up truck No
A.G. 1048 which may be inspected in
the yard of the Education Office.
2. Tenders should be in sealed
euvelopes marked "TENDER FOR
PICK--UP A.G. 1048 and address-
ed to the Chairman. Tenders Commit-
tee c/o Administration Building, St.
John's and should reach that build-
ing not later than noon on Saturday
8th August, 1959.
3 Government does not b i n d
itself to accept the highest or any
tender.

Administrator's Office,
St. John's,
Antigua.
23rd July, 1959.
Ref. No. A. 66/31.


POST OF STUDENT X-RAY
TECHNICIAN.


Applications are invited for the
post oi Stuw:lnt X-ray Technician,
Holberton Hospital.
The salary of the post is $950.40
per annum in the scale $950.40x43.20
-1123.20x57.GO-1238.40.
The successful candidate will be
required to assist the Radiographer
in developing X-ray filns and such
other duties as the Senior Medical
Officer m;y direct.
Candidates should be in possession
of the Cambridge School Certificate
or its equivalent. A practical know-
ledge of photography is desired but
is not essential.
Candidates should apply in writing
to the Medical Superintendent, Hol-
berton Hospital, not later than 15th


August, 1959. Their applications
should give full particulars including
age and should be accompanied by
the necessary School Certificate and
two testimonials of good character.
Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
July, 1959.


No. 63
Appointments, transfers, etc., in
the public service, with effect from
the dntes stated, are published for
general information:-

Abbott, Mrs M., P r in c i p al, Chief
Secretary's Ollice, resigned appoint-
ment. June 30.

Chief Secretary's Office,
Antigua.
21st July, 1959.
Ref. P.F. 716.
No. 64.
The following Ordinance & Statu-
tory Rules & Orders are circulated with
this Gazette and form part thereof:-
ORDINANCE.
Antigua.

No. 9 of 1959, "The Public Holi-
days Act (Amendment) Ordinance,
1959." 2 pp. Price 7 cents.
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS
Antigu a.
No. 23 of 1959, "The Immigration
and Passport (Amendment) Regula-
tions, 1959." 1 pp. Price 5 cts.
No. 25 of 1959, "The Colonial Air
Navigation (Use of Government Aero-
dromes) Notification, 1959."
3 pp. Price 9 cts.
No. 26 of 1959, "Proclamation
dated 28th July, 1959, appointing
Tuesday, 4th August, 1959, as a
Public Holiday in the Colony of
Antigua. 1 pp. Price 5 cents.

No. 27 of 1959, Order in Council
dated July 29, 1959, made by the
Governor in Council under section 5A
of the Immigration and Passport Act,
1945, No. 7 of 1945." 1 pp. Prices 5c.
Montserrat.
No. 9 of 1959, "The Warehouse
Charges Regulations, 1959."
2 pp. Price 7 cents.


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21 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT &


VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [July 30, 1'59


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAT 11th July, 1959.

FEDERATED PHARMACUETI-
CAL CO. LTD. of 331 Harbour
Street, Kingston, Jamaica have ap-
plied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:


in Class 2-Chemical substances used
for veterinary and sanitary purposes.

(lass 3-Pharmaceutical p rod u c t s,
Medicinads and antibiotics.

The Applicants clai m that they
have not used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods in Montser-
rat before the date of their said
Application.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearancee of this Advertisement in
the Antigias Montserrat &* Virgin
Islands Gazette" give notice in du-
plicate at the Trade \[. l:. Office,
MontserrAt, of opposition of the said
Trade Mark.
D. F. JOHNSON.
Ag. tl'gistrar of Trade Marks.


RAINFALL FIGURES
Agricultural Department,
Antigua.


monthh
, uinuary
!',b)ruary
)larch
April
May
June
To 2ath July


1958
0.92
0.6(;
1 22
2.01
7.79
13.15
3.60


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAT, 18th July, 1959.

COLUMBIA PICTURES CORPO-
RATION of 711 Fifth Avenue, New
York, Stata of New York United
States of America have applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark con-
sisting of the following:-


in Class 8 that is to say, phonograph
records in the form of discs, tapes,
wires, cylinders, and o t her media
nsed for recording and reproducing
sound.

The Applicants c aim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for seven
months before the date of their said
Application.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first ap-
pearace of this Advertisement in the
Antigua, Montserrat, nnd Virgin
Islands Gazette" give notice in du-
plicate at the Trade Mark O ffi c e,
Montserrat, of opposition of the said
Trade Mark.
D. F. JOHNSON.
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.



ANTIGUA.

Department of Agriculture,
Peasant Development Office.

Bids are invited for the purchase,
ex-warehouse, of stained cotton lint
(1959 crop) held by the Peasant De-
velopment Officer, A n t i g u a. The
amount at present available is about
70 bales weighing about 20,000 lb.

Bids will be accepted for the whole
stock or for lots of five or ten bales.
Bids should state cle ar y the price
per pound ex-warehouse and the
amount for which the bid is made.


The successful bidder or bidders must
be prepared to take delivery of the
lint immediately after notification of
the acceptance of bids or as soon as
called upon to do so by the P. D. O.

The P. D. O. does not bind himself
to accept the highest or any bid.

Samples can be obtained on request.

Bids should be addressed to the
Peasant Development Officer, Anti-
gua, and should reach him on or
before 29th August 1959. Envelopes
should be marked "Tender for
Stained Cotton" on the outside.

MALCOLM PAlIK,
Director ot Agriculture,
for Peasant Development Officer.
9th July, 1959.


Post of Librarian, Antigua.

Applications are invited for the
post of Librriain, Public Library,
Antigua, which post will become
vacant on 1st November, 1959.

2. Applicants should have passed
at least two parts of the Registration
Examination of the Library Associa-
tion and have a thorough knowledge
of Public Library Administration.

3. The salary scale of the post is
$2260.80 x 115.20-2491.20 x $129.60-
2880x144-$3024 per annum. The
commencing salary within the salary
scale will depend on the qualifications
held by the applicant.

4. Applications s ta tin g date of
birth, qualifications and experience
and accompanied by two recent testi-
monials (not applicable to P u b lic
Officers) must be addressed to the
Administrator, Antigua, and should
reach him not 1 te r than the 15th
September 1959.


Administrator's Office,
St. Johfn's,
June. 1959.


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July 30, 1959] THE AN TIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 125


POLICE NOTICE.

ANTIGUA CARNIVAL CELEBRATIONS--1959.

By virtue of the Powers vested in me under Sec. 78
(1) of the Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance No. 5 of
1946, I hereby make the following regulations for the
-Control of Traffic during the Antigua Carnival Celebra-
tions, 1959.
PARKING OF VEHICLES.

2. Between the hours of:-
(i) 5 p.m. and 12 midnight on the 28th and
29th July, 1959;
(ii) 3 p.m. and 12 midnight on the 30th
July, 1959;
(iii) 5 p.m. and 12 midnight on the 31st
July, 1959;
(iv) 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on the 3rd August,
1959; and
(v) 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. on the 4th August, 1959;

NO VEHICLE WILL BE ALLOWED TO PARK:-

(a) On East Street between Long Street and the
Old Parham Road:
(b) The Old Parham Road between East Street
and Coronation Road;
Provided that cars of the Officials of Carnival Com-
mnittee and bearing Official stickers may be permitted to
park on the south side of the Old Parham Road.
(c) Coronation Road.
(d) rhe Factory Road between East Street and
Coronation Road.
(e) Persons attending tl e various functions at the
Recreation Grounds may park tnir vehicles
at the following places:-
(i) The St. John's Boys' School Grounds;
(ii) The St. John's Cricket Grounds.
3. (i) Between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. on the 3rd August,
1959, no vehicle will b6 allowed to park:-
(a) on Redcliffo Street between Corn Alley and
East Street;
(b) On East Street b-tween Redcliffe Street and
Long.Streei;
(c) on Hailes' Promenade;
(d) on the Factory Road between Hailes' Prome-
nade and Coronation Road.
(ii) Persons attending the various functions at the
Recreation Grounds may park their vehicles at the follow-
ing places:-
(a) The St. John's Boys' School Grounds
(b) The St. John's Cricket Grounds.
(iii) Buses t ra vel li n g from south to north
on Camacho's Avenue will park on the St. John's Cricket
Grounds as directed by the Police on duty.
(iv) Buses travelling on the eastern route will
park on the eastern side of the Princess Elizabeth Hall, as
-directed by the Police on duty.

Monday 3rd August, 1959.
DIRECTION OF TRAVEL,

4. Between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Mon-
day 3rd A ugust, 1959.
(i) No v-hicles other than those taking part in
the Carnival Competition will be allowed to travel on:-
(a) Redcliffe Street between Corn Alley and
East Street;
(b) East Street between Redcliffe Street and High
Street;
(c) Hailes' Promenade;
(d) The Factory Road between Hailes' Promenade
and East Street.

5. Vehicles taking part in the Carnival Competition
will follow the following route to the Antigua Recreation
Grounds:-
(i) Redcliffe Street along East Street to Hailes'
Promenade, Factory Road, and enter the
Recreation Gro n d s through the south-
eastern gate.


(ii) They will leave the Recreation G r o u n d
thiouugh the iuith-east-ii gate F ac tory
Road (north side), East Street to Redcliffe
Street.

6, ROUTE FOR VEHICLES OTHER THAN THOSE
TAKING PART IN THE CARNIVAL COMPETITION.
Between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Monday
3rd August, 1959, vehicles travelling to St. John's from
east to west on Fac:'ry Road shall turn right on the St.
Johnston's Road and proceed to St. John's via the Old
Parham Road and Bishopgate Street, or left on the Old
American Road via Ottos Road to St. John's.
This part of the order shall not apply to vehicles pro-
ceeding from east to west on the Factory Road to the Hol-
berton Hospital.

7. Buses travelling to the East Bus Station shall do
so via the usual ronte, to Hailes' Promenade and turn
right through the Botanic Gardens Road to the area of the
Princess Elizabeth Hall.

Tuesday 4th August, 1959.
8. Between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon on the
4th August, 1959.
(i) No vehicles other than those taking part in the
Carnival Competition will be allowed to travel or park on
the following streets:-
(a) Kentish Village Road between the West Bus
Station and the Bridge;
(b) Market Street;
(c) Newgate Street between Market and Wapping
Lane;
(d) Wapping Lane;
(P ) Wapping Street;
(/) Wilkins,,n Street.
(y) St. John's Street between Wilkinson Street
and Cross Street;
(h) Cross Street between St. John's Street and
Bishopgate Street;
(i) Bishopgate Street between Cross Street and
East Street;
(j) Fast Street between Bishopgate Street and
High Street;
(k) The Factory Road between East Street and[
Coronation Road.

9. ROUTE OF PROCESSION:

Vehicles taking part in the Carnival Procession will
proceed from the West Bus Stition, north along the Kintish
Village Road, Market Street, Newgate Street, Wapping
Street, Wilkinson Street, St. John's Street, Cross Street,
Bishopgate Street, East Street, Factwry Road and Corona-
tion Road and enter the Recreatoin Grounds through the
south-eastern gate, and leave the Recreation Grounds by
the said gate.
10. ROUTE FOR VEHICLES OTHER THAN THOSE
TAKING PART IN THE CARNIVI L PROCESSION
ON 4th AUGUST, 1959.

Between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon on the 4th
of August. 1959.
(i) All vehicles travelling to St. John's from
east to west on the Factory Road shall turn right on
the St. Johnston's Road and proceed to St. John's vima
the Old Parham Road, Stapleton's Lane, Cross Street,
Dickenson Bay Street, or left on the Old American
loanl rif the Ottos Road to St. John's.
(ii) Buses travelling to the East Bus Station from
the eastern route shall do so via the usual route, and
shall leave the Station via the eastern end of the
Botanic Station Road and enter the Factory Road and
continue their route.
(iii) This part of the order shall not apply t<.
vehicles proceeding from east to west on the Factory
Road to the H, lberton Hospital.
(iv) Vehicles travelling south from the northern
part of St. John's will cross St. John's Etre~ t under
the direction of the Police.








126 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [July 30, 1959_
11. MARKET STREET CLOSED TO TRAFFIC: 2. It shall be lawful for any police officer to appre--
hend without warrant, any person who commits an offence-
Between the hours of 12 noon and 12 midnight on the under this Section within his view, if such a person refuses.
4th August, 1959. to give his name and address or gives a name or address
No vehicles will be allowed to travel on Market Street which the police officer has reasonable grounds for believ--
between South Street and NewgHte Street. V e h i ces ing to be false.
travelling on the east and west Streets may cross at the
junctions of such Streets with Market Street. 3. Any person guilty of an offence against this Ordi-
nance for which no penalty is expressly provided shall bee--:
12. ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS: liable on summary conviction Cto a penalty not exceedingt-
twenty-five pounds or to imprisonment with or without-
All Constables of the Leeward Islands Police Force in hard labour for any term not exceeding six months.
uniform have been instructed to enforce these Regulations.
13. GENERAL PENALTY: W. H. R. ARMSTRONG,
Commissioner of Police (A g.)
Any person who acts in contravention of or fails to Trafio Commissioner,
comply with any of these Regulations made under Section
78 (1) of The Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance" POLICE HEADQUARTERS,
No. 5 of 1946 shall be guilty of an offence against this ANTIGUA.
Ordinance. 23rd August, 1959.


Hurricane PreCcautions, 1959).

1. At the beginning of the Hurricane Season the public are advised to take prccautions-
to safeguard their homes and other property in the event of a storm. During a hurricane the-
central electricity supply will be turned off, and every household should therefore be provided with
a hurricane lantern or a flash light (or preferably with both) which should be checked regularly-
and kept in working order throughout the hurricane season.
2. Owners of barometers should take readings daily at 10 a.m., 4 p.m. and 10 p.m.-
Any change lower than the usual diurnal one of 0-10 inch should be regarded with suspicion.
3. The masters or agents of vessels if in doubt should communicate with the Harbour-
Master for information.
4. When barring up a house, on indication of bad weather, begin with the side facing-
the direction of the prevailing wind, which varies from North West to North East. Should the-
centre of a storm pass over the island there will he a short period of calm during which the-
Northern side of the building could be opened up and the Southern and Westerly sides closed.-
Very often there is no calm, and under such circumstances it is wise to have everything securely
fastened.
5. The United States Weather Bureau at San Juan, Puerto Rico, issues regular weather-
reports for the Eastern Caribbean which are broadcast in Spanish and English daily throughout the-
hurricane season by several radio stations in Puerto Rico.


Storm Warning Signals.
AT DAY.
The following signals displayed at the Harbour Master's Olice, Goat Hill, Ottos Hill,
(Michael's Mount) Police Headquarters and other Police stations in the Island
denote the approach of disturbed weather:-
sA. -A RED FLAG with black square in centre means Tropical disturbance reporft -
likely to affect island of Antigua-CAUTION ADVISED.
B. TWO RED FLAGS, with black squares in centre-HURRICANE SIGNAL-
DANGER EXPECTED.
AT NIGHT.
A. TWO DETONATING ROCKETS will be Fired from the Harbour Master's Office-
to warn shipping
B. A RED LIGHT will be displayed at Police Stations
DAY & NIGHT.
The Police will go through St. John's and Villages soundling their whistles.
Telephone Exchanges will inform subscribers. After a hurricane warning has been:
received the news will be broadcast by Radio Antigua (3.255 megacycles; 92 16 i
metres) at regular intervals:-9 a.m., 5 p.mr. and more often if necessary.
Administrator's Office,
St. John's, Antigua.
21st July, 1959. "
hof. No. A. 52/6.

Printed at the Government Printina Office, Antigua, Leeward Islan h,
by KARL PxIOTT. Government Printer.-By Authority.
P195,.
[Priee 46 cents)







No. 9 of 1959.





[L.S.]


Public Holidays Act
(Amendment)


I ASSENT,
I. G. TURBOTT,
Governor's Deputy.
8th July, 1959.


ANTIGUA.


No. 9 of 1959.


An Ordinance to amend further the Public Holi-
days Act, 1954.

[8th July, 1959]

ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Antigua.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Public Holidays Act (Amendment) Ordinance,
1959, and shall be read as one with the Public
Holidays Act, 1954, as amended, hereinafter
called the Principal Act.
2. The Schedule to the Principal Act is
hereby amended as follows:-
(a) by inserting the words Federation
Day, being the twenty-third day of February."
immediately after the words The first day of
January in each year. "; and
ZZ9 7


Commence-
ment.


Short title
Act No. 19 of
1954
S. R. & 0.
1956, No. 22,

Amendment
of Schedule to
the Principal
Act.


ANTIGUA.







Public Holidays Act
(Amendment)


No. 9 of 1959.


(b) by substituting the words Common-
wealth Day for the words Empire Day".


I. G. TURBOTT,
President.


Passed the Legislative
day of May, 1959.


Council this 19th-


E. T. HENRY,
Acting Clerk of the Council.






























Printed at the Government Printing Offioe, Antigua, Leeward Islands
by EARL PIGOTT, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1959,


ANTIGUA,


Price 7 cents.


A 47/166--530--7.59.







ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1959, No. 23.


THE IMMIGRATION AND PASSPORT (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS,
1959, DATED JULY 22nd 1959, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR
IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 32 OF THE IMMIGRATION AND
PASSPORT ACT, 1945 (No..7/1945),



1. SHORT TITLE. These Regulations may be cited as the
Immigration and Passport (Amendment) Regulations, 1959, and
shall be read ais one with the Immigration and Passport Becn-
lations, 1947 (General Government S. R. & 0. 1947 No. 14) as
amended, hereinafter called the Principal Regulations.

2. AMENDMENT. Regulation 25B of the Principal Regu-
lations is hereby amended by substituting the following for item
(b) thereof:-

(' (b) renewal of passport $2.40;".

3. COMMENCEMENT. These Regulations slall come :nto
operation on the 1st day of August, 1959.

Made by the Governor in Council this 22nd day of July,
1959.
E. T. HENRY,
Ay, Clerk of the Council.










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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1959, No. 85.


USE OF GOVERNMENT AERODROME.



1. This Notification may be cited as the Colonial Air
Navigation (Use of Government Aerodrome) Notification,
1959.
2. In accordance with tie provisions of Article 54 of the
Colonial Air Navigation Order, 1955 (Imperial Statutory In-
strument 1955 No. 711), His Excellency the Governor has been
pleased to notify that the Government aerodrome known as
Coolidge Air Field in the Colony is available for use as a place
for landing or departure of civil aircraft on payment of the fees
set out in the Regulations in the Schedule hereto and subject
to the condition contained in this Notification.
3. The said Government aerodrome is made available for
use by civil aircraft on the express condition that such use is
entirely at the risk of the registered owner of the aircraft con-
cerned and that the Government shall not be responsible for
loss or damage resulting from the use of the said Government
aerodrome or its accessory facilities through act of God, war,
civil commotion, riot, looting, explosion, failure of machinery
or plant, negligence, fire or any other cause whatsoever.

4. The Colonial Air Navigation (Use of Government
Aerodromes) Notification, 1952 (General Government S.R. & 0
1952, No. 21) in so far as it relates to the Colony is hereby
revoked.

5. This Notification shall come into operation on the
1st day of August, 1959.









SCHEDULE.

REGULATIONS COVERING LANDING AND PARKING FEES.
1. In this Schedule, unless the context otherwise requires-
"aircraft weight" means the maximum permissible
weight authorised by the aircraft's certificate of
airworthiness;

"normal hours" means the hours from 6.00 a.m. to
6.00 p.m. on each day of the week.

2. (1) (a) The fees to be charged for the landing of an
aircraft at Coolidge Air Field during normal hours shall be as-
sessed on the aircraft weight in accordance with the following
scales-

For each landing where the aircraft weight-


(i) does not exceed 20,000 lbs


$1.00 per 10001bs.
(to the nearest
1,000 Uls.).


(ii) exceeds 20,000 lbs. but-
does not exceed 30,000 lbs.
40,000 lbs.
,, 50,000 lbs.
S ,' 60,0'00 lbs.
,, ,, 70,000 lbs.
,, 80,000 lbs.
S 90,000 Ibs.
S, 100,000 lbs.
S 105,000 lbs.

Over 105,000 lbs. for (aich additional
1,000 lbs. or part th -reof there shall
be added


$30.00
$35.00
$40.00
$45.00
$50.00
$55.00
$60.00
$65.00
$67.50


Provided that there shall be paid in addition to any fee
specified above, a special fee equivalent to twenty-five per cen-
tum of such fee in respect of any aircraft landing otherwise
than in an emergency outside the normal h)ur-s.









(b) In addition to the landing fee, whenever an aircraft
is parked at the Air Field for a longer period than six hours,
there shall be paid in respect of the use of the runways and
apron a charge calculated as follows:-

Aircraft Weight Per 24 hrs. (or part
thereof)
10,000 lbs. or less $ 1.50
10,001 ,, 20,000 lbs. $ 2.50
20,001 ,, 40,000 ,, $ 4.50
40,001 ,, 60,000 ,, $ 7.50
60,001 ,, 80,000 ,, $ 9.50
80,001 ,, 100,000 ,, $12.00
100,001 ,, 120,000 ,, $14.50
120,001 ,, 140,000 ,, $16.50
Exceeding 140,000 lbs. $19.50
(2) In lieu of a fee for each landing as provided in para-
graph (1) (a) of this regulation, the Governor may, from time
to time, fix a commuted fee to be paid by any person in respect
'of aircraft owned or operated by him and landing at the said
Airfield during such period as the Governor may determine.

3. (1) Fees chargeable under regulation 2 of these Reg-
Sulations shall be paid to the officer in charge of the Airfield by
the owner, operator or agent of the aircraft.

(2) All such fees shall be paid into the Treasury in aid
of the general revenue of the Colony.

4. The Governor may, in his discretion, exempt :any
person from payment, either partially or wholly, of any of the
fees set out in regulation 2 hereof in any case in which it is
expedient to do so or in which the payment of such ftes
would cause undue hardship.
Dated this 28th day of July, 1959.
By His Excellenry' Command.
O. IR. KELSICK,
Chief Secretary.



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ANTIGUA


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1959 No. 26.


Proclamation dated 28th July, 1959, appointing Tuesday
4th August, 1959, as a Public Holiday in the Colony
of Antigua.

BY THE GOVERNOR.

A PROCLAMATION.

I. G. TURBOTT,
Administrator.


WHEREAS by section 5(a) of the Public Holidays.Act, 1954 (No.
19/1954) as amended, it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Gover-
nor from time to time with the advice of the Executive Council to issue
a proclamation appointing a special day or part of a day to be reserved
as a public holiday throughout the Colony,
AND WHEREAS the Governor, with the advice of the Executive
Couucil of the Colony of Antigua considers it expedient that the 4th
day of August, 1959, should be reserved and kept as a public holiday in
the Colony.
NOW, THEREFORE, I do, with the advice of the Execntive
Council of the said Colony of Antigua, in exercise of the powers con-
ferred by the said section of the said Act, appoint Tuesday the 4th day
of August, 1959, a special (lay to be reserved as a public holiday in the
said Colony of Antigua.
AND all Her Majesty's loving subjects in the said Colony and all
others whom it may concern are hereby required to take due notice
hereof and to give their ready obedience accordingly.
GIVEN at the Adinini srator's Office, Aitf;i,
this 28th day of July, 1959, in the eighth year
of Her Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!






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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1959, No. 27.


ORDER IN COUNCIL DATED JULY 29, 1959, MADE BY THE GOVER-
NOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 5A OF THE IMMIGRATION AND
PASSPORT ACT, 1945, No. 7 OF 1945.


WHEREAS it is, inter alia, provided by section 5A of the
Immigration and Passport Act, 1945, that the entry of the following
into the Colony is prohibited, that is to say, any person not belonging
to the Colony, who, from information or advice that in the opinion of
the Governor in Council is reliable information or advice, is deemed by
Order of the Governor in Council to be an undesirable inhabitant of or
visitor to the Colony and that if any such person is at any time
after the making of such Order found in the Colony, such person shall
be deemed to be a prohibited immigrant and may be dealt with as such.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor in Council having been
reliably informed and advised that WALTON ST. GEORGE M. BROWN
does not belong to the Colony and is an undesirable inhabitant of or
visitor to the Colony DOTH HEREBY ORDER that the said WALTON
ST. GEORGE M. BROWN is hereby deemed to be an undesirable inhabi-
tant of or visitor to the Colony.

Made by the Governor in Council this 29th day of July, 1959.

E. T. HENRY,
Acting Clerk of the Council.













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MONTSERRAT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1959, No. 9.

The Warehouse Charges Regulations, 1959, dated February
17, 1959 made by the Treasurer under Section 40A of
the Tariff Collection Ordinance, 1893 (No. 2 of 1893)
as amended, and approved by the Governor in Council,
on the 17th February, 1959, fixing the rates to be
charged for Warehouse rent and the time and manner
of payment of the same.


1. SHORT TITLE. These Regulations may be cited as
the Warehouse Charges Regulations, 1959.

2. SCALE OF CHARGES. The following is the scale of
charges to be collected as rent on goods stored in the Govern-
ment Warehouse:-

Article or Packages Rate per month
Beer and Ale (in carton) 5. c. per carton of 24 reputed


Beer (in cases of six doz. or over)
Bread or Biscuits (in boxes & tins)
Butter
Barrels containing goods not otherwise
specified
Coffee and Cocoa (in bags)
Corn in bags not exceeding 112 lbs.
Candles and cheese
Casks not being Tierces or puncheons
Fish dried or smoked (in boxes)
Grindstones
Hogsheads
Iron Hoops, Brass Rods, Pipes
Pans, Carron and other pans
Forks, Spades, Shovels
Lard (in pail or carton)


pints

..10c. per case
5c. each
..... 5c. per case or other package

c. each
10c. each
10c. each
...... 5c. per bag
..... per box
...... 16c. each
. 1..... 0c. per 100 lbs.
10c. each
...... 60c. each
... 5c. per 100 lbs.
1.00 each
5...... 5 per doz.
....5c. per 100 lbs.










Article or Package
Malt (in case or barrel)
Malt (in Carton)


Rate per month
10c. per case or barrel
5c. per carton


Margarine in pail or carton ...... 5c. per pail or carton
Oil-kerosene, Gasoline and Other Petro-
leum products ..... Sc. per drum
...... 3c. per case or pail
Oils-Other ...... 5c. per case
...... 10c. per barrel
Oats ....10c. per bag
Puncheons or other packages of equal
size ...... 35c. each
Paints ...... 5c. per 100 lb.
Rice ..... 10c. per bag
Rope ..... 5. per coil
Soap ...... 5c. per box 56-60 lb.
Spirits & Wines ...... 10c. per case 12 bottles
..... 25c. per barrel
S" 50c. per Hogshead
Tobacco 1.00 per Tierce
..... 20c. per bale
All other Packages, goods or
articles when not enumerated ... 5c. per cu. ft.
...... 5c. per 100 lb.

3. MAANNEM OF PAYMENT. Half the above rates to be
charged when the goods are under 14 days in Warehouse,
and full rates for 14 days and over. After the first month
rent will be charged at half rates for every succeeding month
or part of a month except in the case of Kerosene Oil, Gaso-
line and other articles stored in the Petroleum Warehouse.

Cargo landed and stored will be exempt from rent during
the first four days.

REVOCATION. The Warehouse Charges Regulations, 1936
(S. R. & 0. 1936, No. 6) are hereby revoked.

Made this 17th day of February, 1959.
T. E. A. PERKINS,
Treasurer.

Approved by the governorr in Council this 17th day
of February, 1959.
GEORGE IR. E. CABEY,
Clerk of the Council,
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