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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
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Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
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 Subjects
Subject: Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
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 105
        Page 106
        Page 107
        Page 108
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 1 of 1960: Supplementary Appropriation Ordinance, 1960
        Page A-1
        Page A-2
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 2 of 1960: Development (Electricity and Telephones) Local Loan Ordinance, 1960
        Page B-1
        Page B-2
        Page B-3
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 3 of 1960: Poor Relief Ordinance, 1960
        Page C-1
        Page C-2
        Page C-3
        Page C-4
        Page C-5
        Page C-6
        Page C-7
        Page C-8
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 4 of 1960: Antigua Constitution and Elections (Amendment) Ordinance, 1960
        Page D-1
        Page D-2
        Page D-3
        Page D-4
        Page D-5
        Page D-6
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 19 of 1960: External Trade (Import Restriction) (Amendment) Order, 1960
        Page E-1
        Page E-2
    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 12 of 1960: Income Tax (Amendment) Ordinance, 1960
        Page F-1
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 4 of 1960: Burial Grounds (Amendment) Regulations, 1960
        Page G-1
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 15 of 1960: Aid to Pioneer Industries (Leeward Islands Company) (Manufacture of Tomato Paste) Order, 1960
        Page H-1
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 17 of 1960: House of Representatives of The West Indies (Remuneration of Election Officers) Regulations, 1960
        Page I-1
        Page I-2
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 18 of 1960: Proclamation dated May 21, 1960, declaring a close Season for Cotton
        Page J-1
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105


ANTIGUA, ONTS RRAT


VIRGIN ISI'AN AZFTTE.

published by cufthority.
VOL. V. THURSDAY, 9TH JUNE, 1960. No. 28.

ELIZABETH THE SECOND by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Northern Ireland and of Our other Realms and Territories Queen, Head of the Commonwealth,
Defender of the Faith.

To all to whom these Presents shall come, Greetings!
WHEREAS His Majesty King GEORGE the Fifth by Royal Charter dated the twenty-first day
of May in the year of our LORD One thousand nine hundred and seventeen (hereinafter referred to as
the Original Charter ") constituted a Body Corporate by the name of The Imperial War Graves Com-
mission (hereinafter referred to as the Commission ") with perpetual succession and a common seal and
with capacity to sue in their Corporate name:
AND WHEREAS by Supplemental Charters dated respectively the twenty-sixth day of
August, One thousand nine hundred and twenty-one, the seventeenth day of January, One thousand nine
hundred and twenty-four, the seventeenth day of March, One thousand nine hundred and thirty-one, the
fifth day of March, One thousand nine hundred and forty, the seventh day of February, One thousand
nine hundred and forty-one, the tenth day of February, One thousand nine hundred and forty-four, and
the fifth day of October, One thousand nine hundred and forty-eight, such additional powers were granted
to the Conmmission and such further matters provided for as are therein respectively set out:
AND WHEREAS it appears to the Commonwealth Governments represented on the Commis-
sion and to the Commission to be requisite for the carrying into effect of the purposes or powers of the
Original Charter and the aforesaid Supplemental Charters that We should by a further Supplemental
Charter grant and declare that the name of the Commission be altered to The Commonwealth War
Graves Commission ":
AND WHEREAS the Commission have represented unto Us that it is expedient that for the
purposes of the Original Charter and the aforesaid Supplemental Charters certain variations of the alterations
to the provisions of Clause 4 Part VII of the Original Charter should be authorised and that We should
by Supplemental Charter provide accordingly:
AND WHEREAS an humble Petition has been presented unto Us in Our Council by the
Commission praying Us to grant a further Supplemental Charter to the Commission making such provi-
sion for the matters hereinbefore mentioned as in hereinafter set out:
HOW KNOW YE that We of Our Royal Will and Pleasure and moved thereto by Our
desire to clarify and define the purposes, powers and responsibility of the Commission, and to promote
the efficiency of the Commission, have granted and declared and are graciously pleased for Ourselves, Our
Heirs and Successors in addition to and notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in the
Original Charter and the aforesaid Supplemental Charters to grant and declare as follows:-
1. The name of the Body Corporate established by the Original Charter shall be and is hereby
altered to The Commonwealth War Graves Commission "
2. The Commission shall have and may exercise by its new name all the authorities, powers
and privileges conferred and subject to the conditions imposed by the Original Charter, the aforesaid
Supplemental Charters and this Our Supplemental Charter.
3. The alteration in the name of the Commission shall not in any wise prejudice or effect any
rights or obligations of the Commission or anything done or foreborne to be done or which remains to be
done or foreborne to be done under or by virtue of its previous name and any reference to the Commission
by its previous name occurring in any deed, instrument, agreement, contract, notice or other document shall
subject to any requirement of local law be deemed to include a reference to the Commission by its new name.
4. The alteration in the name of the Commission shall not render defective any legal
proceedings by or against the Commission and any legal proceedings that might have been continued
pr commenced by or against the Commission in its previous name may be continued or commenced by
or against the Commission in its new name.



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106 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


be read
place of


5. As from the date of this Our Supplemental Charter, the Orginal Charter shall henceforth
and construed and shall have effect as if the provisions set out hereunder were substituted in
the provisions appearing in Clause 4 Part VII of the Original Charter, that is to say:-


4. (i) Any instrument which, if made by a private person would be required to be under
seal shall be executed under the Seal of the Commission and signed by the Proper Officer
of the Commission. Subject as aforesaid, any appointment made by the Commission and any
instrument, agreement, contract or other document to be executed by the Commission or on its
behalf, shall be deemed to be duly executed either if sealed with the Seal of the Commission
and signed by the Proper Officer, or if signed by an Officer of the Commission duly authorised
in that behalf under the terms of a resolution of the Commission.

(ii) The Proper Officer of the Commission shall he any Officer so designated under the
terms of a resolution of the Commission and authorised to sign such documents as he is
required to sign as aforesaid ".

AND WE do will and ordain this Our Supplemental Charter shall be construed as one with
the Original Charter and the aforesaid Supplemental Charters.

IN WITNESS whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent.


WITNESS Ourself at Westminster the Twenty-eight day of March in the ninth year of Our


Reign.


BY WARRANT under the Queen's Sign Manual.


COLDSTREAM


Notices.


Relinquishment of Acting
Appointment.
It is hereby notified that His
Excellency the Governor-General has
approved of the relinquishment by
the Honourable Mr. Justice R. J.
MANNING of his appointment as an
Acting Puisne Judge of the Supreme
Court of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands, with effect from the
20th May, 1960.
13th Mlay, 1960

It is notified for general informa-
tion that the appointmn"nt of Mr.
UNTO ERIK PIETILAIMEN as Finnish
Vice-Consul in London has been
terminated with effect from the 30th
April. 1960, and that Mr. AARNI
PENTTI JUHAN[ TALVITIE has been
appointed as Consul of Finland in
London for the United Kingdom and
its overseas territories.
The Exequator empowering Mr.
TALVITIE to act in his consular
capacity received Her Majesty's Sig-
nature on the 11th April, 1960.
Adminiistrator's Office,
St. John',, Antigua.
2nd June, 1960.
Ref. No. A. 19/3-II.

It is notified that the Reverend
DOUGLAS OSGOOD FIELD, B.A.,
Methodist Minister, has been appoint-
ed a Marriage Officer for the Colony
of the Virgin Islands with effect
from 5th May, 1960.
Administrator's Office,
Tortola, B. V..
18th May, 1960.


No. 43.
The following Ordinances and Stat-
utory Rules and Orders are circulated
with this Gazette and form part
thereof:-
ORDINANCES.

Antigua.
No. 1 of 1960, "The Supplemen-
tary Appropriation Ordinance, 1960."
2 pp. Price 7 cts.
No. 2 of 1960, The Developnmnt
(Electricity and Talephones) Local
Loan Ordinance, 1960."
3 pp. Price 11 cts.
No. 3 of 1960, 'The Poor Relief
Ordinance, 1960."
8 pp. Price 19 cts.
No. 4 of 1960, The Antigua Con-
stitution and Elections (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1960."
6 pp. Price 15 cts.
Mon serrat.
No. 12 of 1960, The Income Tax
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1960."
1 pp. Price 5 cts.
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.

Antigua.
No. 19 of 1960, "The External
Trade (Import Restriction) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1960."
2 pp. Price 7 cts.
Ilontserrat.
No, 4 of 1960, "The Burial
Grounds (Amendment) Regulations,
1960." 1 pp. Price 5 cts.
No. 15 of 1960, "The Aid to
Pioneer Industries (Leeward Islands
Company) (Manufacture of Tomato
Paste) Order, 1960."
1 pp. Price 5 cts.


No. 17 of 1960, "The House of
Representatives of The West Indies
(Remuneration of Election Officers)
Regulations, 1960." 2 pp. Price 7 cts.

No. 18 of 1960, "Proclamation
dated May 21, 1960, declaring a close
Season for Cotton."
1 pp. Price 5 cts.


TENDERS.


Tenders are invited for the supply
of the undermentioned items to
Government Institutions in Antigua
for the half-year ending 31st Decem-
ber, 1960.
2. All tenders must be addressed
to the Administrative Secretary,
Ministry of Social Sorvices in sealed
envelopes marked Tenders for the
supply of Groceries, etc." and deliv-
ered at the Administration Building
not later than 11th June, 1960.
3. Tenders should state quality
and brand of commodities.
4. Government does not bind it-
self to accept the lowest or any
tender.
Groceries.
Rice
Flour
Meal
Butter (5 lb. and 1 lb. tins)
Cheese (5 lb. and 12 oz. tins)
Fish-sal ed
Milk-tinned
Sugar
Edible Oil
Fruits-tinned (small, medium
and large cases)
Meat--salted, pickled, tinned,
smoked and cured.


[June 9, 1960.








June 9, 1960.]


THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE,


Vegetables Imported.
Onions
Potatoes

Others.

Bread
Poultry
Meat-fresh
Milk-fresh
Kerosene

Administrator'a O0ice.
St. John's,
Antigua.
3rd June, 1960.

Ref. No. S S. 41/36.


Appointment of Commission of
enquiryy on Civil Aviation in
The West Indies.



The Federal Government of The
West Indies has decided to appoint a
,Commission of Enquiry on Civil
Aviation in The West Indies with
the following terms of reference:-

"To examine and make recom-
mendations on the whole question
of civil aviation in The West
Indies, British Guiana and British
Honduras, and having regard inter
alia to the experience of British
West Indian Airways and to its
financial structure, to advice upon
the regulation, organisati n and
and other conditions which will
best achieve the development of
air services for the area and which
will ensure that-

(a) all the territories of the
Federation are linked by effici-
ent, adequate and regular air
services, both regionally and
extra-regionallv;

(b) these services are, as far as
possible, self-supporting;

(c) there is, if possible, a
steady and progressive lowering
of fares so as to encourage the
people of the region to become
really air-minded.

To include in their consideration,
:nd where appropriate to advice on
-the following particular points:

(a) Review of the route network
into and out of the Caribbean;

(b) The scope for the economic
operation by a West Indian airline
of extra-regional services, includ-
ing services to North, Central and
South America and Canada, having
regard to the traffic rights position
under bilateral agreements;


(c) Airline competition and pool-
ing arrangements to safeguard local
national interests;

(d) the scope for
(i) coach services and other
economy class services into
and through the Federation to
popularise air travel;
(ii) air freight services;
(e) Fare-structure for intra Carib-
bean services;

(/) in the context of Federation,
the administrative arrangements
for the regulation of civil aviation
in the area;
(g) the financial implications in-
volved in Government support for,
or participation in, a national air
carrier. "

The Commission will consist of
specialists of international reputation,
drawn as widely as possible from
amongst persons with experience of
Civil. Aviation in the Commonwealth,
and will also include representatives
from The West Indies. Particulars
of its composition are as follows:-

Sir FREDERICK TYMMS, K.C.I.E.,
M. C. F. R. AE. S.-Chairman,
Director General Civil Aviation
India for 17 years; Managing
Director TATA aircraft Ltd. India;
U.K. representative on Council
I.C.A.O. for 7 years; Chairman
U.K. Mission on Civil Aviation to
New Zealand; Mission to advise
East African Government on Civil
Aviation.

Dr. KEITH BRADFIELD, D. Phil.,
B.Sc., B.E. Syd., A.M.I.E. Aust.-
Assistant Director General of Civil
Aviation, Australia. Previously
Director of Airports and Australian
representative on Council I.C.A.O.
(1947-1952).

Mr. STEPHEN WHEATCROFT, B.Sc.
(Econ.) Aviation Economic Consul-
tant. orminer Economic Adviser
and Commercial Planning and
lesfareh Manager of British
Enpltn Airways. Mr. WHEAT-
C:OF'T ihas recently carried out
inv-stigaiiins for India and Canada
and is currently engaged on a
similar study for the Central
Africa Federation.

Air Vice Marshall C. MCC. VINCENT,
C.B.E., D.F.C., and Bar, AFC;-
Chairman Trinidad and Tobago
Air Transport Licensing Authority.

Mr. ABE IsSA, ..P. B.A.- Chairman
Jamaica Tourist Board and Member
of Federal Goverinment Advisry
lTlurist Committee. Mr. ISSA
recen!lv unnlertok, a survey on
Tourism in tlih West Indies on
behalf of the Federal Government.


107


Mr. C. S. SUNDARAM, B. A.-Mr.
SUNDARAM has been Assistant
Traffic Manager and Manager
Planning and Development of
Indian National Airways; Superin-
tendent Operations and Traffic,
Airways (India) Ltd. and is at
present Aviation Economist at-
tached to the International Civil
Aviation Organization (I.O.A.O.) in
Montreal. Canada.

Mr. JULIAN A. MARRYSHOW, B.SC.
Ecom. (London), Assistant Secretary,
Ministry of Communications and
Works has been appointed Secretary
to the Commission.

The Commission will assemble in
Trinidad around the end of June
next to start its work.
Ref. No. A 7/131.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
12th May, 1960.

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

TEMPO
in Class 42, that is to say: All goods
included in Class 42 "

The Applicants claim that the
Trade Mark is not in use in the
Virgin Islands by any other person
or persons to the best of their know-
ledge, information and belief.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat & Virqin
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.


Mo.


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


RAINFALL FIGURES.
Agricultural Department,
Antigua
nth. 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960


January
February
March
April
May


5.15 3.16 092 2.91
1.23 2.29 0.58 1.16
1.40 0.40 1.22 0.73
3.83 2.54 2.01 3.61
2.58 1.19 7.79 9.02


To4th June 070 0.32 6.35 0.00 0.19
14.89 9.90 18.87 17.43 15.27


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ANTIGUA. 2 Supplementary Appropriation No, 1 of 1960.
Ordinance, 1960.
35/19r>9 relatein the Appropriation (1960) Ordinance, 1959,
shall be and the same is hereby declared to be charged
upon and made payable from and out of the
General Revenue and other funds of the Colony
and the Chief Accountant of the said ('olony is .
hereby authorised and required from time to time
upon the order of the Administrator or the Minister
responsible for Finance to pay the said sums in i
the said Schedule to the several service, therein '
mentioned, as the said order or warrant may direct '
out of the General Revenue and other funds of the
said Colony without further order or formality.


I. G. TURBOTT,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 7th
of April, 1960.


F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Couiwd.

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Administrator.
25th May, 1960.






ANTIGUA.

No. 2 of 1960.


*e to authorise the raising in Antigua
an in amount four hundred and
ne thousand six hundred dollars for
vision of additional power station
id equipment for the Government
ty, ice and cold storage undertaking
olony and for the extension of the
ae service of the Colony.


[25th May, 1960.]


Commence-
ment.


ENACTED by the Queen's Most
ajesty, by and with the advice and
le Legislative Council of Antigua,
authority of the same as follows:-

Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
S(Electricity and Telephones) Local
ace, 1960.


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ANTIGUA.

Authority to
Administrator
to borrow
$481,600 by
sale of deben-
tures. 9/1951.





Application
of loan.















Commence-
ment of Sink-
ing Fund
contributions.
9/1951.






Debentures
transferable
by delivery.
9/1951.



Payment of
redemption
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2 Development (Electricity and No. 2 of 19 j
Telephones) Local Loan.

2. The Administrator is hereby authorised. tl
to issue debentures in the Colony of Antigua' ,
under the provisions of the General Local Loan' ,i
Ordinance, 1951, to an amount ufficient to.
produce as nearly as may be the sum of Four.,.
hundred and eighty-one thousand six hundred,'
dollars.
A'IM

3. (1) Any sums raised to defray the
expenses of issue shall be applied only to that
purpose.

(2) The money borrowed under this Ordi- -
nance shall be appropriated and applied to the'
purposes specified in the Schedule to this Ordi- r
nance. Provided that the Administrator may, i
with the prior sanction of fhe Secretary of State,
utilise any saving in respect of any of the items i4
in that Schedule to cover any excess of expendi- .
ture in respect of any other or others of those
items.


4. The first half-yearly contributions to .
the sinking fund as contemplated by the provi-
sions of subsection (2) of section 13 of the
General Local Loan Ordinance, 1951. shall be
taken in respect of any debenture issued under
this Ordinance not later than one year after the :
date on which the first half-yearly payment of `'i
interest on such debenture falls due.


5. Notwithstanding anything contained in 'i
the General Local Loan Ordinance, 1951, any
debentures issued thereunder for the purposes of
this Ordinance shall be transferable by delivery. .'


6. (1) Redemption monies and interest ,i
payable on any debenture issued for the purposes -"
of this Ordinance shall be payable only to a
person who at the time that such monies are
payable is, or at the time when he subscribed for ,I'
or otherwise acquired such debenture was, ;
ordinarily resident in the schedule territories, '

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1. G. TLnRBOTT,
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*gislative Council this sSth day


F. A. C(L.RKE,
Clerk o' the Council.


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I. G. TurnInTT,
Administrator.
31st May, 1960.





ANTIG UA.

No. 3 of 1960.


An Ordinance relating to the relief of poor and
destitute persons.
[BY PROCLAMATION 1 Commenoe-
S. ment.
c BE IT ENACTED by the Queen's Most
Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and
: consent of the Legislative Council of Antigua, and
tb the authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Poor Short title.
:Relief Ordinance, 1960.
2. In this Ordinance, except and so far as Interpreta-
the context otherwise requires- ton.
"Board "' means the Board of Guardians of
the Poor appointed under section 3 of
this Ordinance;
poor and destitute person means aiy and
every person who, by reason of infancy,
old age, illness, disease, bodily infirmity
or mental incapacity is unable to maain-
tain himself or herself.





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Board of
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Aoting
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Quorum.




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Other Offioers.





Duties of the
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BOARD,,OF GUARDIANS OF THIF POOR.

(1) For the purposes of this Ordinance,'J
there shall be established a Board, to be called the.
Board of Guardians of the Poor.

(2) The Board shall consist of a chairman and
not more than six other members, to be appointed
by the Administrator in Council, who shall hold
office during his pleasure, and for a period of not
more than three years: Provided that at the
expiration of his period of office, any such person
may be re-nominated to be a member of the Board: I
Provided also that the Administrator may remove,:
any such person and nominate any other person in
place of a member so removed, or in place of any '
member dying or resigning, or becoming incapable
to act, or being absent from the Colony, or failing:
to attend the meetings of the Board for three.
consecutive months.
(3) The members present at any meeting.
may, in the absence of the chairman, elect any "
member to act as chairman of such meeting.
(4) At any meeting of the Board, any three
members shall form a quorum, and the chairman
or acting chairman, as the case may be, shall have .
a second or casting vote.
(5) The Administrator may appoint a secre-
tary to the Board who shall keep the minutes and
accounts and conduct the correspondence of the
Board, and who shall be the Relieving Officer, and
perform the duties of-that ollice and all such other
duties as may be assigned to him by the chairman.

(6) The Administrator may appoint such
other officers as maybe necessary for the purposes
of this, Ordinance at such salaries as the Adminis-
trator, with the consent of the Legislative Council, .,
may from time to time direct.

4. Subject to any instructions which may .
from time to time be issued to the Board by the
Administrator in Council it shall be the duty of
the Board--

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(a) to administer and control all public
monies appropriated for th"e following
purposes-

(i) outdoor pauper relief; "
(ii) assistance to discharged pauper
patients from the Mental Hospital;
(iii) funeral expenses of paupers;
(iv) maintenance of discharged lepers,
or for any other purpose as may be
approved by the Administrator in
Council;

(b) to co-operate with voluntary associ-
ations in administering relief to poor and
destitute persons:
(c) to control generally all matters
relating to the relief of poor and destitute
persons; and
(d) to meet not less than once in every
month and at such other times as meetings of
the Board may be convened by the chairman
thereof.

5. The Board shall keep a book showing in Relief Book.
detail the name of every poor and destitute person
who receives relief from its funds, the amount of
the allowance to each such poor and destitute
person, the commencement and termination of such
allowances, the name of the person to whom each
payment was made, and the total amount of each
weekly distribution.


6. The Board shall keep a record of its
' proceedings, in which shall be entered minutes of
Small meetings held by the Board, or by any com-
mittee appointed by the Board and all resolutions
Passed and orders made by the Board and all other
matters which the Board may judge proper; and
the Board shall once in every year submit to the
SAdministrator a general report of its proceedings,
Which report shall contain in particular r full
Statement as to the condition and management of

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Poor Relief.







ANTIGtTA. 4 Poor Relief. No. 3. of 1960.

poor and deutitute persons throughout the Colony;
and every sdch report shall be laid before the Legis-
lative Council at its first meeting after receipt of the
same by the Administrator.
Powers of the 7. (1) The Board may summrnii before it
Board: to -
summon and such persons as it may think necessary for the
examine per- purpose of being" examined upon any master
sons on mat- .
ters relating relating to anyof its duties under section 4 of this
to its duties; Ordinance or ilny other matter placed by lawI
under its control.
toappoint (2) The Board may appoint sub-committers
gub-cornm-
mittees; for such purposes as it may deem fit.
to make Rules. (3) The Board may, with the approval of the
Administrator in Council, make rules for regilnd.
ting its own proceedings and for such other
matters as may be necessary for the proper carry-
ing out of this Ordinance.
(4) All rules made under this section shall be
published in the Gazette.
RELIEF.
Person enti- 8. Any person who, in the opinion of the
ed t rei. Board, is a poor and destitute person will be
entitled to relief under this Ordinance:
Provided that under exceptional circumstances
of .dsritution arising from drought, epidemic
disease or such like causes, the Board, with the
approval of the Administrator in Council, may
afford temporary relief to persons who are not
poor and destitute persons.
Poor and 9. In every case in which a person shall.
sointo eer' apply for relief, the Relieving Officer shall make
relieved, enquiry into the circumstances of the applicrnt,
and shall, if he appear to the Relieving (Officer
to be :a person legally entitled to relief, furnish
him ith interim means of subsistence until the
next meeting of the Board; and such Helieving
Officer shall continue to afford to such person such
interim maintenance as may be necessary until his
claim to relief be dealt with by the'Board; and the
Relievingr Officer- shall return an answer to such
application within forty-eight hours from the time
that it was made;
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''Provided that if the necessary means of
S support, are afforded to the applicant in the mean-
time, the Relieving Officer may delay giving a
rina answer to such application for any period
I' ich to him may seem necessary for prosecuting
S his enquiries:
Provided also that any applicant as aforesaid
shall give to the Relieving Officer and the Board
all information and assistance which it is in his
-* power to give on every matter regarding his case
which the Relieving Officer or the Board may
desire to ascertain.
AND it is hereby declared that it is no
ns wer to a claim for relief that the claimant has
;relanves able or boinll to support him, and
S assistance cannot be refused when the applicant
is in such a state of necessity bodily or mentally,
S as fairly entitles him to relief. In all such cases
it. shall be the duty of the Relieving Officer to
r.- pro ide the needful sistentation in the first
instance, and afterwards to proceed against those
persons who are bound by law to aliment or assist
the person relieved.

10. All allowances granted under the Time and
authority of this Ordinance shall be paid weekly or manner of
fort-nightly at such place or places and on such payg relief
days as the Board shall from time to time name
tor the purpose. The payments shall in all cases
when practicable, be paid to the grantee personally,
ar, l when not practicable the payment shall be
made to someone authorized to receive the same,
but the Board shall in the latter case through the
Ileliving Officer ascertain if each sum has been
duly received by the grantee.
11. When any person to whom relief shall Liabilitiesof
have been granted under this Ordinance shall, perty for i
eirtlr at the time of such relief being granted or relief.
afterwards, own or be possessed of any property,
the amount expended under this Ordinance in the
relief of such pt.rsoin and the expenses of the
burial of such person, if dead, shall be deemed to
be a debt due from such person and his personal
representatives, executors and assigns to the Crown
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Poor Relief.


and shall be recoverable by tl
to law: Provided that nothil
shall relieve any person from i
which he would incur, if this


EN. 3 of 1960.

he Crown according
ng herein contained
my criminal liability
section were not law.


Liabilities of
relatives of
poor and
destitute per.
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12. (1) For the' purposes of this Ordinance
every husband shall be liable to maintain his wife
and every child under the age of fourteen years,
whether legitimate or illegitimate, that she may
have at the time of her marriage with him; every
father to maintain his child; every grandparent his
grandchild; evey widow her child; and the father
and mother of every bastard child their bastard
child, until such child, grandchild and bastard child
respectively shall attain the age of fourteen years,
and when any poor and destitute person shall
through old age, infirmity or other defect be
unable to support himself, evexrv child and grand-
child of such person shall be liable according to his
ability to maintain such poor and destitute person:
Provided that nothing herein contained shall be
taken to extinguish or lessen any obligation which
the law imposes upon any husband or parent in
regard to the maintenance of his wife or children,
legitimate or illegitimate, independently of the
provisions of this aubeection.
(2) If any person made liable by this section
to maintain any other person shall neglect or
refuse so to do, then on complaint made by the
Relieving Officer in his official name it shall be
lawful for any Magistrate, if satisfied of the
ability of the party to make such payment, to
order such party to repay to the Board any amount
expended under this Ordinance in the relief of
the person whom such party is so made liable to
maintain, and in default of payment to deal with
such party under the Magistrate's Code of Proce-
dure Act as though such order were a conviction
within the meaning of the said Act.
(3) If in any proceedings brought under or
by virtue of this section the parentage of any
bastard child shall be disputed by the reputed
father thereof, the evidence of the mother shall
not be deemed sufficient, unless corroborated in
some material particular by other testimony.


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No. 3 of 1960. Poor Relief. 7 ANTIGA.

MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS.

18. (1) It shall be lawful for the Board in Recovery of
burial
any case where it may appear expedient to pay the expenes.
t ,cost of, and expenses incidental to, the funeral of
ny person, and to recover the amount so paid
from the person who under this Ordinance was
liable for the maintenance of the deceased person,
S or from any person intermeddling with or taking
possession of any property of such person.
(2) If any person made liable under this sec-
S tion to repay the cost of burying any person shall
neglect or refuse to do so, then on complaint made
S by the Relieving Officer in his official name it
shall be lawful for any Magistrate, if satisfied of
S the ability of the party to make such repayment,
S to order such party to repay to the Board any
S amount expended under this Ordinance upon such
burial and in default to deal with such party under
S the Nlagistrate's Code of Procedure Act, as though Cap. 61.
f such order were a conviction within the meaning
of the said Act.
14. All actions, suits, complaints, prosecu- Relieving
tions and other proceedings by the Board may be forth Board.
commenced and carried on by the Relieving Officer Recovery and
enforcement
without naming him or by any other person ofpnalties.
Appointed by the Board, as the case may be, and
all penalties imposed by this Ordinance shall be
recovered and enforced under the provisions of the
Magistrate's Code of Procedure Act.
15. Upon the coming into operation of this Former
)r.linance and until other provisions are made e'dr"n of
S under and by virtue of subsection (2) of section 3
of this Ordinance, the Guardians of the Poor and
S the chairman of the Guardians appointed under
sections 16 and 17 respectively of the Medical and
Poor Relief Ordinance, 1899, shall be members .13/1899
and the chairman respectively of the Board, and
shall have the same powers and authority as if
they had been appointed under section 3 of this
Ordinance; and the Administrator shall, in relation
to the said persons, have all the powers which are
conferred upon him by subsection (2) of section 3
of this Ordinance.




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.ANTIGUA. 8 Poor Relief. No. 3 of 1960.

Penalty for 16. Every person who gives any false infor-
giving false
information. mation, knowing the same to be false, in connection
with any.inquiry or the obtaining of any informa-
tion for the purposes and under the authority of
this Ordinance, shall be guilty of an offence against
this Ordinance and liable on summary conviction
to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars.
Power of 17. It shall be lawful for any member of
entry. the Board, the secretary of the Board and for any
other officer appointed under the authority of-this
Ordinance, to enter any premises at any time
between eight o'clock in the morning and six
o'clock in the evening for the purpose of making
enquiries in connection with the relief of poor and
destitute persons.
Regulations. 18. The Administrator in Council ma'v
make Regulationu for carrying into effect the
provisions and purposes of this Ordinance.
Repeal of sec-
tions 1to 20, 19. Sections 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 35, 36 and
35, 36 and 337 7 f the Medical and Poor Relief Ordinance,
of Ordinance
No. 13/1899. 1899, are hereby repealed.
commence- 20. This Ordinance 'shall come into opera-
tion on a date to be appointed by the Admin-
istrator by reclamationn published in the Gazette.

I. G. TURBOTT,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 2-th
day of April, 1960.

F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the (Cuncil.







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No. 4 of 1960. .4-nigua Constitution and Electiona
(Amendment)


[L.S.]


I ASSENT,
I. G. TURBOTT,
Administrator.
31st May, 1960.


ANTIGUA.

No. 4 of 1960.

An Ordinance to amend further the Antigua
Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1951.


Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of
the Legislative Council of Antigua, and by the
authority of the same as follows:-


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Antigua Constitution and Elections (Amendment) 10l191l.
Ordinance, 196oi, and shall be read as one with the s/1952.
Antigua Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 11s954.
1311954.
1951, as amended, hereinafter called the Principal 16/1955.
Ordinance. 6/1956.
17/1956.
S. R. & 0.
1956/22.
3/1958.
25/1959.


2. Subsection (1) of section 36 of the
Priicipnl ordinance is hereby amended by substi-
tutilg the words ten electoral districts for the
, words "eight electoral districts occurring therein,


Amendment
of section 36
of the Princi-
pal Ordinance.


ANTIGUA







ANTIGUA. 2 Antigua Constitution and Elections No. 4 of 1960.
(Amendment)

Substitution 3- For the First Schedule to the Principal
Schedleto Ordinance the following shall be substituted:-
the Principal
Ordinance.


" FIRST SCHEDULE.


Electoral Districts

(1) Saint John's City (North)


(2) Saint John's City (South)


(3) Saint John (Rural) North


Section 36(1)


Extent

All that portion of the City of Saint
John bounded as follows:-

NORTH-by Dickensonbay Street;
SOUTH-by Long Street;
EAST-by East Street and Hynam's
Road;
WEST-by St. John's Harbour; and
including Rat Island and the
causeway.

All that portion of the City of Saint
John bounded as follows:-

NORTH-by Long Street and the
Factory Road to its junction with
the Sootts Hill Road;

SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST-by the
Ottos Road leading to All Saints
to its junction with Market
Street, as far as South Street and
thence by a line in extension of
South Street westwards to the
Sea;

EAST-by Scotts Hill Road form-
ing part of the Western boundary
of the Saint John (Rural) South
electoral district;

WEST-by Saint John's Harbour.

All that portion ot the Parish of
Saint John save and except the
part thereof bounded. on the
West by the Public Road lying
to the East of Cedar Grove
Village and an imaginary line in
extension thereof to the sea, on
the East by the boundary of the
Parish of Saint George, on the
North by the sea and on the
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No. 4 of 1960. Antigua Constitution and Elections 3
(Amendment)


FIRST SCHEDULE-(Cont'd)


Electoral Districts. Extent.


(3) Saint John (Rural) North-
(Cont'd)


(4) Saint John (Rural) West


its junction with the aforesaid
Public Road East of Cedar Grove
Village and running first in an
Easterly and then in a Southerly
direction to the point where it
meets the boundary of the Parish
of Saint George; the said portion
being bounded as follows:-

NORTH-by the sea;
SOUTH-by that portion of the
Factory Road forming the North-
ern boundary of the Saint John
(Rural) South and the Saint
John's City (South) electoral
districts and that portion of Dick-
ensonbay Street forming the
Northern boundary of the Saint
John's City (North) electoral
district;

EAST-by the parish boundary
with the Parish of Saint George;

WEST-in part by the sea and in
part by Hynam's Road and East
Street in the City of Saint John.

All that portion of the Parish of
Saint John bounded as follows:-
NORTH-by Saint John's Harbour
and the sea;
WEST-by the sea;
SOUTH-by the parish boundary
with the Parish of Saint Mary;
NORTHEAST AND EAST-by a line
in extension of South Street west-
wards to the sea the Ottos Road
from its junction with Market
Street and South Street as far as
its junction (near to the junction
with Camacho's Avenue) with ,a
public road (formerly a barricade
road) and thence Southwards
along this public road to where
it joins the Valley Road from
St. John's and thence Southwards
along the Valley Road to where
it meets the parish boundary
near to Creekeide.


ANTIGUA.






ANTIGUA. 4 Antigua Constitution and Elections No. 4 of 196P.
(Amendment)

FIRST SCHEDULE-(Cont'd)


Electoral Districts.

(5) Saint John (Rural) South


(6) Saint George


Extent.


All that portion of the parish of
Saint John, save and except
Potters Village and Tomlinsons.
bounded as follows:-

NORTH-by the Factory Road from
its junction with the Scotts Hill
Road to its junction with the
parish boundary West of the
Antigua Sugar Factory;
SOUTH-by the pariah boundary
including the villages of John
Hughes, Sawcolts and Bishops:
EAST-by the parish boundary
including Freemansville;
WEST AND NORTHWEST-by the
Scotte Hill Road to its junction
with the Ottos Road and thence
in a westerly direction along the
Ottos Road to its junction with
the public road (formerly a bar-
ricade road) leading to the Valley
Road and forming part of the
Eastern boundary of the Saint
John (Rural) West electoral
district:

Provided that the whole of the
village of All Saints shall be
included in this electoral district.

The Parish of Saint George in-
cluding Potters Village, Tomlin-
sons and that part of the Parish
of Saint John bounded on the
West by the Public Road lying
to the East of Cedar Grove
Village and an imaginary line in
extension thereof to the sea, on
the East by the parish boundary,
on the North by the sea and on
the South by the Public Road
from its junction with the afore-
said Public Road East of Cedar
Grove Village and running first
in an Easterly and then in a
Southerly direction to the point
where it meets the parish
boundary.
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No. 4 of 1960. Antigua Constitution and Elections 5 ANTIGUA.
(Amendment)

FIRST SCHEDULE-(Cont'd)


Electoral Districts Extent
(7) Saint Mary The Parish of Saint Mary, ex-
cluding the villages of John
Hughes, Sawcolts and Bishops.

(S) Saint Paul The Parish of Saint Paul, excluding
the village of All Saints.

(9) Saint Philip and Saint Peter The Parish of Saint Philip and the
Parish of Saint Peter, excluding
the villages of All Saints and
Freemansville.

(10) Barbuda The whole Island."


4. This Ordinance shall come into opera- Commence-
tion on the day on which the Legislative e
Council constituted by the Principal Ordinance
is next dissolved: Provided that for such period
as the Administrator in Council shall by
proclamation published in the Gazette appoint
(such period commencing on a day prior to that
on which the Legislative Council constituted by
the Principal ordinance is next dissolved and
ending on or before the day on which the said
Council is so dissolved) the electoral districts set
out in section 3 of this Ordinance shall be
deemed to be electoral districts for all the
purposes of and in connection with the registra-
tion under the Principal Ordinance of persons
entitled to vote at an election and for no other
purpose whatsoever.

I. G. TURBOTT,
President.







ANTIGUA. 6 Antigua constitution and Elections No. 4 of 1960.
(Amendment)

Passed the Legislative Council this 26th day
of May, 1960.

F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.


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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS
S1960, No. 19.


THE EXTERNAL TRADE (IMPORT RESTRICTION) (AMENDMENT)
ORDER, 1960, DATED THE 25TH DAY OF MAY 1960, MADE
BY THE ADMINISTRATOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 3 OF
THE EXTERNAL TRADE ORDINANCE, 1958 (No. 16 OF
S 1958).


1. SHORT TITLE. This Order may be cited as the
External Trade (Import Restriction) (Amendment) Order,
1960, and shall be read as one with th'e External Trade
(Import Restriction) Order, 1959 (S.R. & O. 1959, No. 22)
hereinafter called the Principal Order.
2. AMENDMENT OF PARAGRAPH 2 OF THE PRINCIPAL
ORDER. Paragraph 2 of the Principal Order is hereby
amended by deleting the definition of the expression the
Relaxation Area "
3. AMENDMENT OF PARAGRAPH 3 OF THE PRINCIPAL
ORDER. Paragraph 3 of the Principal Order is hereby
amended by substituting the words the countries listed in
the Second Schedule to this Order" for the words the
Relaxation Area".
4. AMENDMENT OF THE SECOND SCHEDULE TO THE
PHIIN:IPAL ORDER. The Second Schedule to the Principal
i'rder is hereby amended as follows:--
(i) by substituting Belgium and possessions"
for Belgium ";
(ii) by substituting Luxembourg" for Luxem-
bourg and possessions ";
S(iii) by deleting Czechoslovakia".
5. SUBSTITUTION OF THIRD SCHEDULE TO THE PRINCT-
I'AL ORDER. For the Third Schedule to the Principal Order
the following shall be substituted:-





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"THIRD SCHEDULE.

Arms and ammunition.

Cigarettes.

Cornmeal.

Explosives.

Fats and oils, edible and non-edible including short-
enino and margarine but excluding cator beans
and castor oil, sperm oil, tung' oil, tessica oil and oil
bearing seeds.

Motor vehicles and spare parts. "


Made by the Administrator
of May, 1960.


in Council this 25th day


F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Counril.


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(Income Tax Amendment)


[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
D. A. WILES,
Administrator.
17th May, 1960.

MONTSERRAT.

No. 12 of 1960.
An Ordinance to amend further the Income Tax
Ordinance, 1945.
[1st January, 1960] Commence-
ment.
BE IT ENACTED by the Queen's Most
Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and
consent of the Legislative Council of Montserrat,
and by the authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Income Tax (Amendment) Ordinance, 1960, and 6/945
shall be read as one with the Income Tax Ordi- 3/1947
nance, 1945, as amended, hereinafter called the 22/1950
Principal Ordinance. 7/1968
2. Section 8 of the Principal Ordinance is
hereby amended as follows:-
(i) by substituting the word Adminis-
trator" for the words "Governor
of the Colony" occurring in para-
graph (a);
(ii) by deleting paragraph (b).
3. This Ordinance shall come into operation Commence-
on the first day of January, 1960. meant.
D. A. WILES,
President.

Passed the Legislative Counoil this 17th
day of May, 1960.
GEORGE R. E. CABEY,
Clerk of the Council.

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MONTSMRRAT.







MONTSERRAT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1960, No. 4.


THE BURIAL GROUNDS (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 1960,
DATED JANUARY 7, 1960, MADE BY THE BOARD OF
HEALTH UNDER SECTION 5 OF THE BURIAL GROUNDS
ORDINANCG, 1944 (No. 5 OF 1944).


1. CITATION. These Regulations may be cited as the
Burial Grounds (Amendment) Regulations, 1960, and shall be
read as one with the Burial Grounds Regulations, 1945,
(S.R. & 0. 1945 No. 4) as amended, hereinafter referred to as
the Principal Regulations.
2. RESCISSION OF SCHEDULE AND SUBSTITUTION OF NEW
SCHEDULE. The Schedule to the Principal Regulations is
hereby rescinded and replaced by the following:-
'I
SCHEDULE.

$
1. Opening of a grave for an adult ... 2.50
2. Op;,ning of a grave for a child under 10 years ... 1.50
3. For admission of a hearse or carriage ... .72
Made by the Board of Health with the approval of the
Administrator in Council this 7th day of January, 1960.
FRANKLIN E. FARIER,
Clerk to the Board.
S Approved by the Legislative Council this 17th day
of May, 1960.
GEORGE R.E. CABEY,
Clerk of the Council.





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MONTSERRAT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1960, No. 15.


i THE AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (LEEWARD ISLANDS COM-
PANY LIMITED) (MANUFACTURE OF TOMATO PASTE)
ORDER, 1960, MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR IN COUNCIL
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES
ORDINANCE, 1950 (No. 3 OF 1951).


1. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer
Industries (Leeward Islands Company Limited) (Manufacture
of Tomato Paste) Order, 1960.
2. Leeward Islands Company Limited, a company
registered under the Companies Ordinance, is hereby declared
to- be a pioneer manufacturer for the purposes of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance in relation to its pioneer factory
at Dagenham Estate, Plymouth, and to the manufacture in the
Colony of tomato paste (by the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Processing of Fruits and Vegetables and the distribution and
sale thereof) Order, 1959, declared to be a pioneer industry)
with effect from the 1st day of April, 1960 and the production
day of the said factory is hereby declared to be the 1st day of
October, 1960.
S Made by the Administrator in Council this 18th day
of February, 1960.
GEORGE R. E. CABEY,
Clerk of the Council.









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MONTSERRAT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1960, No. 17.



THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE WEST INDIES
(REMUNERATION OF ELECTION OFFICERS) REGULATIONS,
1960, MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR IN COUNCIL UNDER
SECTION 103 OF THE MONTSERRAT CONSTITUTION AND
ELECTIONS ORDINANCE, 1952, AS ADAPTED AND MODIFIED
BY ADAPTATION OF LAWS (ELECTIONS TO THE HOUSE OF
REPRESENTATIVES OF THE WEST INDIES) REGULATIONS,
1957 (S.R. & 0. 1957, No. 30).


1. SHORT TITLE. These Regulations may be cited as the
House of Representatives of The West Indies (Remuneration
S of Election Officers) Regulations, 1960.

2. INTERPRETATION. In these Regulations "the Ordi-
nance" means the Montserrat Constitution and Elections
Ordinance, 1952, as adapted and modified by the Adaptation
of Laws (Elections to the House of Representatives of The
West Indies) Regulations, 1957.
3. RATES OF PAY. The following amounts shall be paid
to the election officers hereinafter mentioned for their services
in connection with the duties assigned to them under the
Ordinance:-
S$
(a) To the Supervisor of Elections 90.00
(b) To the Returning Officer 50.00
(a) To every Deputy Returning Officer 35.00
(d) To every Presiding Officer 20.00
(e) To every Poll Clerk 12.00
(f) To every Poll Clerk and every witness tallying at
the count of the votes 4.00
(g) To each messenger appointed to collect a ballot
box and election documents 1.20




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4. TRAVELLING. For travelling in connection with an
election:-

(a) Election Officers who own cars shall be paid at
the rate of 20 cents a mile; and

(b) Election Officers who do not own cars shall use
Government contract cars.

Made by the Administrator in Council this 13th dav of
May, 1960.

GEORGE R. E. CArEY,
Clerk of the Council.




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MONTSERRAT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1960, No. 18.


CLOSE SEASON FOR COTTON.


Proclamation dated 21st May, 1960, declaring a Close
Season for Cotton.


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF MONTSERRAT.
A PROCLAMATION.
D. A. WILES.
Administrator
In exercise of the powers vested in the Administrator in
Council by section 3 of the Cotton Protection Ordinance, 1922
(No. 1 of 1922) as amended by the Cotton Protection
S (Amendment) Ordinance, 1926 (No. 1 of 1926), I, DONALD
ALONZO WILES, Administrator of the said Colony, by and with
the advice of the Executive Council of the Colony, do by this
my Proclamation declare that the period from the Ist day of
June, 1960, to the 31st day of August, 1960, both days
inclusive, shall be a close season within the meaning of the said
SOrdinance for the whole of the Colony of Montserrat (except
the Planting Date Experimental Plots under Government
control, to which this Proclamation shall not apply).
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 Administrator's Office, Montserrat,
this 21st day of May, 1960, and in the ninth
year of Her Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!

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