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    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 24 of 1959: Currency Ordinance, 1959
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    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 8 of 1959: Cinematographs Ordinance, 1959
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THE r 24JU

ANTIGUA, MO SE

AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS Gi

cTublished by cRuthority.

VOL. V. THURSDAY, 19TH MAY, 1960.


Notices.


AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT
TRADE COMMISSIONER


Notification has been received that
Mr. J. J. MOLAN arrived in the
Territory of Trinidad and Tobago
and has assumed duty with effect
from the 20th April as Australian
Government Trade Commissioner in
succession to Mr. P. T. CONNOLLY
who has been re-posted as Trade
Commissioner, New York.

Administrator's Ofice,
St. John's
Antigua.
13th May, 1960.
Ref: No. T.P. 77/16.

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT
BOARD


It is notified for general informa-
tion that under the provisions of the
Industrial Development Ordinance,
1953 (No. 13 of 1953), the Adminis-
trator in Council has re-appointed
Mr. JOHN MEADE as a member of
the Industrial Development Board
for a further period of two years with
effect from the 20th January, 1960.
Administrator's Offioe,
St. John's.
Antigua,
13th May, 1960.
Ref. No. T. P. L. 42/92.

By virtue of the authority con-
ferred on me by Section 3 of the
Co-operative Societies Ordinance,
1959. which came into force on
21st April, 1960, I hereby appoint
the Director of Agriculture to be the
Registrar of Co-operative Societies,
on whom is hereby conferred all the
powers of a Registrar under the said
Ordinance.
D. A. WILES,
Administrator.
16th May, 1960.
Administrator's OQfice,
Plymouth,
Montserrat.
Ref. No. M. 471163.


The Administrator of Moitserrat
has made the following appointment
under section 3 of the Marriage Ordi-
nance, 1921 (Montserrat No. 6 of
1921):
Reverend A. E. MOFFETT
of the Methodist Church, to be
Marriage Officer, with effect from
13th May, 1960.

It is notified for general informa-
tion that by virtue of the powers
vested in him by Section 13 (1) of the
Weights and Measures Act (Cap. 154),
the Administrator has appointed
Inspector K. G. MICHAEL to be In-
spector of Weights and Measures for
the Colony of Montserrat with effect
from 1st April, 1960.
Administrator's Office,
Plymouth,
Montserrat.
17th May, 1960.
Ref. No. M. 82/1.

WHEREAS Article 57 (2) of
the Constitution of the West Indies
provides that a law of the Federal
Legislature may include provision
conferring powers or imposing duties,
or authorising the conferring of
powers or imposition of duties, upon
the Governor of a Territory or any
officer or authority of a Territory but
that no such provision shall have
effect in relation to any Territory
unless the Governor of that Territory
has declared by notice in the Official
Gazette of that Territory that he
consents to its having effect:
AND WHEREAS section 8 of the
Census and Statistics Act, 1959,
authorises the Governor-General to
enter into an arrangement with the
Governor of a Territory providing
for any matter necessary or expedient
for the purpose of carrying out or
giving effect to the provisions of the
Act including certain matters speci-
fied therein:
AND WHEREAS section 14 (4) of
the Census and Statistics Act, 1959,
imposes a duty on any person having
the custody or charge of certain
records specified therein:
NOW, THEREFORE, I hereby
declare that I consent to the above
provisions having effect in relation to
this Territory.
D. A. WILES,
Administrator ,
Montserrat.
14th Mry, 1960.
M. 73/10.


No. 40.
The following Ordinances are circu-
lated with this Gazette and form part
thereof;-

Montserrat.
No. 24 of 1959, "The Currency
Ordinance, 1959." 19 pp. Price 41o.
Virgin islands.
No. 8 of 1959, "The Cinemato-
graphs Ordinance, 1959."
8 pp. Price 19 ots.

FEDERAL SUPREME COURT.


Pursuant to Order 1 Rule 4 (1) of
the Federal Supreme Court (Appeal)
Rules No. 6 of 1958, His Lordship
the Chief Justice of the West Indies
has arranged a general sitting of the
Federal Supreme Court in the Colony
of Antigua, to commence on Thurs-
(lay 19th May, 1960, at 9.00 o'clock
in the forenoon.

All persons concerned are hereby
notified to govern themselves accord-
ingly.

Dated the 21st day of April, 1960,

By Order,
EVAN CREQUE,
Ag. Deputy Registrar
Federal Supreme Court
Antigua.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 5th May, 1960.
THE TIMES FOOD PRODUCTS
COMPANY LIMITED of Hesketh
House, Portman Square, London W.1
have applied for Registration of
one Trade Mark consisisting of the
following:-


TEMPO

in Class 42 in respect of all goods
included in Class 42.
The Applicants claim that they
have not used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods in Antigua
before the date of their said
Application.


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No. 24.








92 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


Any person may within three
months from thu tiate of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antiqua, lionts-rrat, & Virgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Tra;le Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.
EVAN CREQUE.
Ag. Registrar of 7'rade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
16th April, 1960.

SCHENLEY INDUSTRIES, INC.,
of 350 Fifth Avenue, New York,
United States of America. has applied
for Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:-


CORONET
in Class 43, that is to say: Potable
alcoholic beverages, particularly whis-
key, gin, brandy, alcoholic cordials
and rum.
The Applicants claim that they
used the said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goods in the United States
since 23rd December, 1928.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Tortola, British Virgin Islands, of
opposition to registration of the said
Trade Mark.
H. ALEX BROWN,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
25th April, 1960.
TEXACO INC. of 135 East 42nd
Street, New York, State of New York,
United States of America, have


applied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:-

TEXGAS

in Class 47, that is to say: Fuels for
lighting, heating and power.
The Applicants claim that they are
lawfully entitled to the use of the
said Trade Mark.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Tortola, British Virgin Islands, of
opposition to registration of the said
Trade Mark.

H. ALEX BROWN,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.



TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
16th April, 1960.

SCHENLEY INDUSTRIES, INC.,
of 350 Fifth Avenue, New York,
State of New York, United States of
America, has applied for Registration
of one Trade Mark consisting of the
following:-




SAMOVAR

in Class 43, that is to say: Potable
Alcoholic Be v rages, particularly
Vodka.
The Applicants claim that they
used the said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goods in the United States
since 6th March, 1940.


Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Tortola, British Virgin Islands, of
opposition to registration of the said
Trade Mark.
H. ALEX. BROWN,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Mairks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAT.

THE TIMES FOOD PRODUCTS
COMPANY LIMITED of Hesketh
House, Portman Square, London,
W. I., England, have iipplied for
Registration of one Trade Mark con-
sisting of the following:

TEMPO
in Class 42, that is to say, Substances
used as food or as ingredients in food.
The Applicants claim that the said
Trade Mark is not in use in Monfser-
rat by any other person or persons.
Any person may within three
months from the (late of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigva, Montserrat & Virgin
Islands Gazette give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Montserrat, of opposition of the said
Trade Mark.
D. F. JOHNSON,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.

RAINFALL FIGURES.
Agricultural Department,
Antigua.
Month. 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960
January 5.15 3.16 0.92 2.91 3.84
February 1.23 2.29 0.58 1.16 5.09
March 1.40 0.40 1.22 0.73 3.18
April 3.83 2.54 2.01 3.61 1.48
To 14th May 0.84 0.71 5.99 7.57 0.59
12.45 9.10 10.72 16.16 14.19


[May D, 1960.








May 19, 1960]


THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


Nurses Registration

S. R. & 0. 1958, No. 52
In accordance with Section 9 of the Nurses Registration Rules No. 52 of 1958, the names of those Nurses
-who are enrolled on the Register of Nurses are published below:-


Names
Thomas, Ethel Irene Delores
Richards, Amy Enlalie
Matthews, Daisy May
Meyers, Doris Iris .yinn
Michael, Evangeline Helena
Knowles. Agnes Wilhelmina
Roberts, Dorothy Beryl Jestina
Francis, Cassilla Eunice Alexandra
Lucas, Norah Agatha Cynthia
Sowerby, Drucilla Selena
Dnbique, Louise Adri-mna
Peters, Ada Beatrice
Jackson, Marian Elfreida Rosetta
Lewis, Mary Veronica
Perry, Eslyn Amelda
Hewlett, Olive Vincent Claire
Barnes, Lorna Geraldine
Winter, Cathleen Euphine
Wallace, Ineta Veronica
Bayn-s, Leah Clemence
Hunte, Helen Louise
Warren, Janet Gerda Hilda
Merchant, Gloria Hyacinth
Harrigan, Doreen
Bennett, Constance Marjorie
Peters Melanie Lucinda
Richards, Florentine Genevieve
Hyman, Louisa
Lewis, Yvonne Edwina Evangeline Dulcina
Andre, Doris G. Baynes
Etinoff, Ann Zelica
Coull, Beatrice Alexandrina
Lrown, Daisy Averil
Emanuel, Mary Marguerite Louise
Rodgers, Violet Christiana
James, Josephine Agatha
Simon, Nancy Henrietta
Francis, Hazel Velma Laurita
Proctor, Sheila Naomi
James, Enid Olivia
Whyte, Albadore Elmina
Looby, Estella Hermeanour
Coates, Gwendolyn Urice Victoria
Airall, Catherine Beatrice Ketuna
Gordon, Elaine Icilma
Isaac, Iris Gwendolyn
Challenger, Helen
Forde, Edith Winifred
Peters, Lydia Jenita
Emanuel, Yvonne Elaine
Bailey, Rosabello Florenceteen Clarice
Oliver. Jestina Louise
Oliver, Jean Annette
Brand, Catherine Georgiana
Richardson, Edith Vivian
Walker, Audrey Daisy May
Antonio, Daisy Muriel Veronica
Stevens, Octavia


Ref. No. S. S. 51/200.


Addresses
East Fort Road
8, Temple Street
Mayfield, Gray Hill
Gambles Terrace
Michael's Village
Federation Road, Grays Farm
All Saint Road
61, Newgate Street
Dickenson Bay Street
Corn Alley
Holborton Hospital
Church Lane
Hutson Street
Hawkins Street
Alfred Peters Street
Langfords Estate
Newgate Street
St. Georges Street
Rodney Street
Codrington Road
Camacho's Avenue
John Hughes Village
St. Georges Street
Kentish Road
Skerritts Village
Lower Newgate Street
Swetes Village
Jennings Village
All Saints Village
Redcliffe Street
Athill Street
Dickenson Bay Street
Factory Road
Fort Road
Shepherd Street
Mental Hospital
All Saints Village
Lavington Road
Tanner Street
Ebenezer Village
Martins Village
63 Church Street
Holberton Hospital
Bishopgate Street
St. Georges Street
Gambles Terrace
Hood Street
Corn Alley
A!l Saints Village
Beth.sda Village
Collins Lane
St. Johnstons Village
St. Georges Street
Old Road Village
Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn
St. Georges Street
Browns Avenue
Cedar Grove


E. EDWARDS,
Secretary,
Nursing Council of Antigua.








94 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE, [May 19, 1960.

THE WEST INDIES

RECRUITMENT OF OFFICERS FOR NEW FEDERAL SHIPS


Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for appointment as deck ami engineer officers to.
serve on the two new ships which are being provided for The West Indies by the Government of Canada.
2. Particulars of the various positions and the qualifications required are as follows:-


Master


Chief Officer

Chief Engineer
Second Engineer

Radio Officer


Master's Foreign-going Certificate with at least 2 years in command,
preferably in passenger carrying vessels.

First Mate's Foreign-going certificate.

First Class Ministry of Transport or equivalent certificate with motor
endorsement.

3 years experience and over at sea with First or Second Class certificate.


Second Officer
Third Officer
Third Engineer
Fourth Engineer

Chief Steward and Purser


Electrician


First Mate's certificate
Second Mate's certificate
Second Class certificate with motor endorsement
Uncertified


Preferably
foreign going


Previous experience in passenger vessels for at least 3 years. Preferably
with Cook's qualifications.

Licensed with 3 years service at sea.


In the recruitment of officers, preference will be given to suitable West Indian candidates in possession of the-
required qualifications and experience.

3. Applicants should furnish particulars of their age, qualifications and experience, with details of
certificates of competency held and the authority by whom issued, copies of two recent testimonials, and the names
of two referees. Applications should be addressed to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Communications and
Works, Federal House, Port of Spain, Trinidad, to reach him not later than the 30th June, 1960.
4. Rates of pay and other conditions of service have not yet been determined but these are expected to be
approximately at the level of National Maritime Board scales applicable to British ships.
5. The ships for which crews are being recruited are each of 1,500 tons, with aocomodation for 50 cabin
and 200 deck passengers, and a cargo capacity of some 80,000 cubic feet and will be engaged in maintaining a regular
service between the various Territories of the Federation. It is expected that they will be completed around the
middle of 1961.

The Chief Engineer will be required to assume duty from four to six months before the completion date,
and the Master, First Officer, Second Engineer and Electrician to join the ship some two to three months later. The
remaining officers will probably be assigned to the ships just before their delivery to the Federal Government.




























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1960.
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Supplements to
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v.5 no.24

Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 24 of 1959






No. 8 of 1959


[L.S.1 f ,_,
I ASSENT,
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.
23rd May, 1959.




VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No. 8 of 1959.
An Ordinance relating to Cinematograph
SExhibitions.
[BY PROCLAMATION] m ."mence.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Shorttitle.
Cinematographs Ordinance, 1959.
2. In this Ordinance- Interpreta-
tion.
cinematograph film" or film includes
inflamable film, silent filmand phono-film;
Divisional-Officer means the senior police
officer in charge of the Police Division in
the Colony;
exhibitor ".means a person licensed under
the provisions of this Ordinance to exhibit
films to the public;
"Film Censors means the persons appointed
under section 4 of this Ordinance;
"lenght means the total length of films as
approved by Film Censors for projection
X at public exhibitions thereof;
^ qY^ ^







VIRGIN 2 Cinematograph No. 8 of 1959
ISLANDS. '
"Licensing Authority means the person
appointed as such under and for the pur-
poses of this Ordinance;
poster includes any printed matter, placard,
pamphlet, photograph, picture or other
device for advertising a film or cinemato-
graph exhibition, but does not include an
article in a newspaper or periodical
descriptive of, or commenting on, a film;
theatre means any building or place used
or intended to be used for cinemato-
graph exhibitions ", being exhibitions of
pictures or other optical effects by means
of a cinematograph or other similar appa-
ratus for the purposes of which cinemato-
graph film are used; and place shall
refer to premises other thin a building
whether or not such place is enclosed or
covered in part or whole.

Provisions 8. An exhibition of pictures or other optical
against oe- effects by means of a cinematograph, or other similar
exhibitions apparatus, for the purposes of which cinematograph
exept in films are used, shall not be given unless the Regu-
licensed
premises and nations made by the Governor in Council for the
by licensed control of such exhibitions and for securing safety
persons.
are complied with, or elsewhere than in a theatre
licensed for the purpose under this Ordinance; and
no person shall carry on the business of exhibiting
films to the public on payment unless he holds a
licence for the purpose, in accordance with the pro-
visions of this Ordinance.

Film Censors. 4. The Governor may appoint Film Censors,
of whom there shall be no more than three in
number, for the purpose of censoring cinematograph
films and posters which are intended for exhibition
in the Colony.

Licensing 5. (1) The Governor may, from time time,
Authority. appoint such person as he may think fit to be the
Licensing Authority for the purpose of granting
licences under this Ordinance.
(2) The Licensing Authority may grant
licences to such persons as he may think fit to hold
cinematograph exhibitions or to use the theatre







No. 8 of 1969 Cinematograph 3 VIRn
ISLAND.
specified in the licence, on such conditions and
under such restrictions as may be laid down in the
licence and in any Regulations made under this
Ordinance.
6. (1) Every application for a theatre licence Application
for theatre
shall state the applicant's name, occupation and lience.
residence, the situation of the theatre to be licensed
and any other relevant facts in support of the
application and shall, in any case in which the
theatre has not been erected or has not been com-
pleted at the date of the application, be accompanied
by a plan of the proposed theatre and a specification
of the proposed fittings and furnishings thereof to
the satisfaction of the Licensing Authority. The
application shall not be heard until after the expira-
tion of.twenty-one days from the date of its filing
with the Licensing Authority, who shall at least
sixty days before the date fixed for the hearing,
cause notice of the application and of the time and
place fixed for the hearing to be served on the
Divisional Officer and to be published either in the
Gazette or by posting copies thereof on the doors
of any court house, church, chapel, school-house or
other building in the Colony which in the opinion
of the Administrator will give publicity thereto or
by both gazetting and posting, as the Administrator
may decide:
Provided that in places where there is no build-
ing as aforesaid a copy of the Order may be affixed
to a board and displayed in a conspicuous manner.
(2) The applicant shall have the right of
appearing before the Licensing Authority at the
hearing, personally or by his counsel or solicitor,
and of being heard, and adducing evidence, in sup-
port of his application.
(3) Any owner or occupier of property situate
within a quarter of a mile of the premises in respect
of which a licence is applied for and any police
officer in charge of the police station in the district
in which such premises are situate shall have the
right of appearing before the Licensing Authority
atk the hearing, personally or by his counsel, or
solicitor, and of objecting to the granting of the
licence and of adducing evidence in support of his
objection.







VIRGIN 4- Cinematograph No. 8 of 1959
ISLANDS.
(4) The Licensing Authority may, at the hear-
ing, approve the grant of a licence and the conditions
and restrictions to be attached thereto notwithstand-
ing that the theatre has not been erected or
completed,at the time of such approval:
Provided that the licence shall not be issued
until the Licensing Authority is satisfied that the
theatre has been completed; fitted and furnished in
accordance with the plans and specification filed in
support of the application for the licence or after
such period as the Licensing Authority shall, in his
discretion, allow for such completion, fitting and
furnishing.
(5) Any person aggrieved by any decision of
the Licensing Authority approving the grant of a
licence or refusing to grant a licence may appeal
appeal against such decision to the Governor in
Council.
Rentrictiona 7. (1) Without prejudice to the generality
ongtherant- of the discretion-vested in the Licensing Authority
ing of a Z .
theatre by section 5 of this Ordinance, the Licencing
licence. Authority shall, before approving the grant of a
licence, take into consideration the arrangements
adduced and. the evidence led at the hearing and the
situation of the premises in relation to the amenities
of the district such as its location in a residential
area or in close proximity to any hospital, school,
religious establishment, or public or private
institution.
(2) A theatre licence shall not be approved
Sunless the Licensing Authority is satisfied that
adequate provisions have or will be made for
ensuring-
(a) that the sound of performances held
therein shall not be a source of undue annoy-
ance to or interference with the comfort of
occupiers of buildings in the neighbourhood;
(b) that any exhibition or performance
in such theatre shall not in any other manner
constitute a nuisance of a public nature;
(c) that adequate measures have or will
be taken and that adequate provisions have or
will be made for securing safety against fire







No. 8 of 1959 Cinematograph 5 VrIOt
ISLANDS.
and structural defects and the safe and proper
accommodation of the members of the audience.
8. The Licensing Authority may issu, a Exemption
trom corn-
licence, subject to any conditions laid down therein, pliance with
to any person to hold an exhibition of cinemato- this Ordi-
graph films' for charitable, educational or other certain
special purposes for such period as may be prescribed case..
in the licence and exempting such person from
compliance with the provisions of this Ordinance
and the Regulations made thereunder or any of
them.
9. If any licensee shall be convicted of any Revocation'
and suspen-
offence under this Ordinance or any Regulations sionof
Made thereunder, it shall be lawful for the Court li"enoes.
before which the conviction is had to cancel his
licence, or to suspend his licence for such period as
to the Court may seem just.
10. A licence shall be in force for not longer Duration of
than one year, or for such shorter period as the fence.
Licensing Authority on the granting of the licence
may determine, unless the 'icence has been previ-
ously revoked.
11. There shall be payable for every licence Fees.
required under this Ordinance such fees as are
prescribed.
12. (1) Every exhibitor shall keep il respect Recordsand
of each licensed theatre where he carries on the returns.
exhibition of films a register in the prescribed form,
and shall as soon as practicable after the conclusion
of each exhibition of films record therein the title,
origin, length and other particulars required, of
each film or section of a serial film as exhibited on
the occasion in question.
(2) Any exhibitor who exhibits film in a tent Require-
ments in case
or 6ther moveable structure licensed for the purpose ofexhibitors
shall not be required to keep more than one owning move-
ableetrue-
register in respect of such tent or structure. ture.

(3) The Divisional Officer or any police officer Powerto cnll
appointed by him may at all reasonable times enter for and
any licensed theatre and call for and examine the reos.e
register which an exhibitor is required to keep
under the terms of this section,








ISLANDS.
Penalties.






Exhibiting
unapproved
film or
poster.







pffenoee
generally.


Power of 15. The Divisional Officer or any police
entry. officer appointed by him or the officer in charge of
Fire Brigades or any member of a Fire Brigade
appointed by him may at all reasonable times enter
any building or place, whether licensed or not in
which he has reason to believe that any cinema-
tograph exhibition is being or is about to be given,
with a view to seeing whether the provisions of
this Ordinance or any regulations made thereunder,
or the conditions of any licence granted under this


(4) Any person Who fails to keep a register
and record therein such particulars as are mentioned
in subsection (1) hereof, or who makes any false
entry in such register shall be guilty of an offence
and shall be liable, on summary conviction, to a fine
of one hundred dollars.
13. Every person who exhibits any film or
any portion of a film or poster in contravention of
the provisions of this Ordinance shall be guiltyof
an offence and shall be liable on summary conviction
to a fine of four hundred and eighty dollars for
each occasion on which such offence takes place,
and the film may be ordered by the court to' be
forfeited to the Crown. Any film or any portion
of a film so forfeited shall be dealt with in such
manner as the Administrator shall direct.

14. If the owner of a cinematograph or other
apparatus uses the apparatus or allows it to be used,
or if any person supplies light for any cinemato-
graph or other apparatus which he has reasonable
grounds for believing is being or is to be used, or
if the licensee or the owner or occupier or any
building, or place uses such building or place or
allows such building or place to be used in contra-
vention of any of the provisions of this Ordinance.
or of the conditions or restrictions upon or subject
to which any licence relating to any such building
or place has been granted under this Ordinance, he
shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance
and shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine
of two hundred and forty dollars, and, in the case.
of a continuing offence, to a further fine of twenty-
five dollars for each day during which the offence
continues.


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Ordinance are complied with,.and if any person
prevents or obstructs the entry of the Divisional
Officer or any police officer appointed as aforesaid
or the officer in charge of Fire Brigades or any
member of a Fire Brigade appointed by him, he
shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on
summary conviction to a fine of one hundred dollars.
16. All offences under this Ordinance (or Recoveryof
under any regulations made under this Ordinance) penalties
may be prosecuted, and all penalties incurred may
be imposed or recovered, in the manner provided
by the Magistrate's Code of Procedure Act. Cap. 61
17. (1) The Governor in Council may make Power to
Regulations for prescribing anything which under m"ke
this Ordinance is to be prescribed, generally for
carrying this Ordinance into effect, and determining
offences against any of the said Regulations and
penalties therefore and in particular as to-
(a) the censoring of films and posters
intended for exhibition in the Colony and the
constitution, appointment and duties of Film
Censors;
(b) the safety of persons attending a
cinematograph exhibition;
(c) the fees to be paid for licences under
this Ordinance;
(d) the hours during which any cinema-
tograph exhibition shall not take place;
(e) the form and duration of licences
issued under this Ordinince and the conditions
or restrictions subject to which a licence may
be issued:
(f) the form of the records to be kept
under this Ordinance;
Provided that no penalty for an offence against
any of the said Regulations shall exceed a fine of
one hundred dollars or imprisonment for three
months with or without hard labour:
Provided further that in the case of a continu-
ing offence any such Regulations may provide for
a further penalty of five dollars for each day during
which the offence continues.







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(2) Regulations made under this Ordinance
shall have no force or effect until they have been
approved by the Legislative Cohncil.

18. Thi* Ordinance shall not apply to an
exhibition of pictures or other optical effects by
means of a cinematograph, or other similar
apparatus, for the purposes of which cinematograph
films are used when such exhibition is given on
private premises and when the public are not
admitted to such exhibition.


Commence- 19. This Ordinance shall come into operation
ment. 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.

Recommitted to the Legislative Council under
Rule 59 of the Legislative Council Rules 1950
(S. R. & 0. 1950, No. 22) for consideration of
certain amendments proposed by the Governor and
amended accordingly, this 14th day of April, 1959.
RALPH T. O'NEAL,
Clerk of the Council.














Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by EARL PIGOTT, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1960.


VIRGIN.
ISLANDS.


Ordinance
not to apply
to private-
exhibitions.


450-5.60.


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