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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 )
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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 217
        Page 218
        Page 219
        Page 220
    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 17 of 1959: Supplementary Appropriation (1958) Ordinance, 1959
        Page A-1
        Page A-2
    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 5 of 1960: Interpretation and General Clauses Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1959
        Page B-1
        Page B-2
        Page B-3
    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 9 of 1960: Crown Attorney (Powers) Ordinance, 1959
        Page C-1
        Page C-2
        Page C-3
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 33 of 1960: Proclamation dated October 3, 1960, declaring a Close Planting Season for Cotton
        Page D-1
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 26 of 1960: Road Town Water Supply (Rates and Charges) Regulations, 1960
        Page E-1
        Page E-2
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 28 of 1960: Proclamation dated September 3, 1960, bringing the Register fo Voters into force under section 49 (3)
        Page F-1
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THE

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23 NOV 1960 .


VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


Published by c/uthority.

THURSDAY, 6TH OCTOBER, 1960.


No. 46.


Notices.


It is notified for general informa-
tion that consequent on the increase
in the price of locally produced corn-
meal the Government has agreed to
an increase of One Dollar in the
contract price for the supply of this
commodity to Government institu-
tions with effect from 1st September,
1960.

Administrator's Office,
St. John's,
Antigua.
27th September, 1960

Ref. No. A. 41/36.

With reference to the Supply
Officer's notice of 27th September,
1960, importers are hereby informed
that all outstanding licences for the
importation of edible oils will be
cancelled on let November, 1960, and
that no further supplies of this
commodity will be admitted into
Antigua after that date until further
notice.

Ministry of Trade,
Production and Labour,
6th October, 1960.
Ref. No. A. C. 42/5.

No. 72.
The following Bill which is to be
introduced into the Legislative Coun-
cil of Antigua is circulated with
this Gazette and forms part thereof:-
"The Law Library (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1960."


No. 73.
The following Ordinances and Stat-
utory Rules and Orders are circulated
with this Gazette and form part
Ihereof:-

ORDINANCES.
Montserrat.
No. 17 of 1959, "The Supplemen-
tary Appropriation (1958) Ordinance,
1959." 2 pp. Price 7c.


No. 5 of 1960, The Interpretation
and General Clauses Act (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1959."
3 pp. Prica 9 c.
No. 9 of 1960, The Crown Attor-
ney (Powers) Ordinance, 1959."
3 pp. Price 9c.
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.

Antigua.
No. 33 of 1960, "Proclamation
dated October 3, 1960, declaring a
Close Planting Season for Cotton.
1 pp. Price 5c.
Virgin Islands.
No. 26 of 1960, "The Road Town
Water Supply (Rates and Charges)
Regulations, 1960." 2 pp. Price 7c.

No. 28 of 1960, Proclamation
dated September 3, 1960, bringing the
Register of Voters into force under
section 49 (3) of the Virgin Islands
Constitution & Elections Ordinance,
1954 (No. 7 of 1954), as amended.
1 pp. Price 5c.

Applications are invited for a post
of Assistant Air Traffic Control Offi-
cer, Coolidge Airport, Antigua.
2- The salary of the post is at the
rate of $3360 per annum in the
salary scale $3360-120-4080. The
post carries a travelling allowance at
the rate of $300 per annum and a
mileage allowance at the rate of 7.5c.
per mile is payable.
3. The appointment is subject to
medical fitness and will be on proba-
tion for a period of three years in the
first instance.
4. Candidates should be between
the ages of 25 and 35 yesrs and
should be in possession of a Senior
Cambridge Certificate or its equiva-
lent. Desirable qualifications are also
previous experience of Air Traffic
Control (Civil and/or Military), as a
pilot, navigator, radio operator or air-
lines operations officer.
5. Applications should be ad-
dressed to the Acting Director of
Civil Aviation, Windward & Leeward
Islands, St. John's, Antigua, T.W.I
to reach him not later than the 10th
October, 1960.
Administrator's Offioe,
Antigua


PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
ANTIGUA.
19th September, 1960.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
there will be sold on the various
premises in the City of Saint John
hereinafter named on Monday the
24th day of October, 1960, at 12
o'clock noon, the lands and tenements
belonging to the persons whose names
are set out hereunder, the said pre-
mises having been levied upon to
satisfy the City Rate for the year
1960.
HAMILTON LANDS.
Alphonso Hamilton Plots No. 1, 2,
4, 5 (1): 13, 16, 17, 18, 20, 24, 25 (2):
27, 31 (3) Harris, David Anthony.
BENNETT STREET.
Anthony Thomas, Est. of Charles
Este, Eliza Jeffery, Ernest Gilead,
Dennis A. Henry, Gwendolyn Simon,
Alphonso Hamilton, Iris Mussington,
Oliver Christian, Sarah Mason, Oliver
Christian.
CHRISTOPHER STRE ET.
Oliver Shervington, Albert Benja-
min, Adelaide Sweeney, Ernest Gilead,
Lydia Small, Sarah Anthony.
ALFRED PETERS STREET.
John Abraham, Gwendolyn Hunte,
Samuel Challenger, Christopher
Francis, Vincent Simon, Francis
Christopher.
DICKENSONBAY STREET.
Robertine Broodie, Hilda Hill,
Basil Breton, Arthur James, Neville
Bridges, Ickford Winter. Rosaline
Morgan, Lloyd Ernest White, Est. of
Hogon Cann, Jonathan Stevens,
Nehemiah Knight.
BISHOPGATE STREET.
Josephine Pigott, Leonard Thomas,
Elderfield Bridges, James E. Harris,
Cheddie Airall, Ann Green, William
John, Norris Allen, Est. of Sophia
Francis, James Tittl-.
NEWGATE STREET.
Iola Mannix, Helena Thompson,
Est. of Adriana Thibou, Jane Roberts,
Mary Eliza Hamilton.
WAPPING STREET.
Ernest Martin. M. S. Osborne (2),
Edmund H. Lake. Nicholas Fuller,
Amabella Webber.
LONG STREET.
Caroline Anthony, Mary Gomes,
Mary Octavia Bailey (2), Maria S.
Queeley.
HIGH STREET.
Lilian DeFreitas, Bishop of Roseau,
Emily Mabel Foot, Ernest C. Me
Ginley.
EVAN CREQUE,
Ag. Provost Marshal.


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218 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


[October 6, 1960


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
ANTIGUA

Tenders are invited for the pur-
chase of the agricultural machinery
listed below.
One Challenger III diesel crawler
tractor fitted with AV 600 Leyland
Engine, 102 h. p., 1955 model. The
tractor which has worked for about
6300 hours has been well maintained
and in good working condition.
One Blaw-Knoz cable winch, fitted
to above tractor in good working
condition.
One Ransomes Supertrac 3 furrow
extra heavy duty plough, in good
condition.
The Machinery can be inspected, by
appointment, at Tomlinson's Work-
shop, Antigua Syndicate Estates Ltd.
Tenders should be submitted in
sealed envelopes clearly marked 'Ten-
der for Agricultural Machinery' to
the Director of Agriculture. Antigua,
to reach him on or before 1st Decem-
ber, 19;0. The Director of Agricul-
ture reserve the right to reject any or
all tenders.

Administrator's Office,
St. Joh,'s,
Antigu1a.
26th Slptember, 1960.

It is h, reby notified for general
information that any persons holding
valid receipts given to them by the
late ARTHUR LIGHTFOOTE (Bailiff)
in connection with levy suits for
House Repair Loans, for the Central
Housing and Planning Authority,
should hand in the same to the
Housing Executive Officer immedi-
ately or not later than the 22nd
October, 1960.

CLARENCE SIMON,
Housing Executive Opicer.
Central Housing & Planning
Authority,
High Street,
St. John's,
21st September, 1960.

Goods Imported into The
United Kingdom:
CLAIMS TO COMMONWEALTH
PREFERENCE.
Relaxation in the Case of Imports
of small value.
1. GENERAL. With effect from
1st September, 1960, the require-
ments as to evidence of origin in the
Commonwealth Preference area de-
scribed in Notice No. 27A will be
simplified in the case of consignments
of small value imported into the
United Kingdom. The simplified
arrangements, which are being adopt-
ed as an experimental measure and
which are subject to review, apply
to:-
(a) tobacco, cigars and cigarettes
not exceeding 20 Ibs;
(b) spirits not exceeding two
bulk gallons;


(c) other goods not exceeding
25 in value.
The arrangements are described in
paragraphs 2 and 3 below.

2. GOODS FOR PERSONAL USE
AND NOT FOR SALE. A consignment
imported by a private individual
in the United Kingdom from a
private individual in the Com-
monwealth Preference area, may be
admitted at preferential rates of duty
without production of documentary
evidence of origin, subj ct to the
satisfaction of the Customs Officer
that the goods are of Commonwealth
origin, and are for personal use and
not for sale. In the case of goods
imported in passengers' baggage, the
officer will require to be satisfied that
the goods were acquired in the Com-
monwealth Preference area.

3. OTHER GOODS. In the case of
a consignment not covered by para-
graph 2 above, consisting exclu-
sively of goods of Common-
wealth origin and consigned to the
United Kingdom from the Common-
wealth Preference area, the goods
may be admitted at preferential rates
of duty if the commercial invoice for
the goods bears a statement signed by
the exporter in the following terms:-
"All the above articles are of
Commonwealth origin."
The invoice bearing this statement
is to be produced to (and will be
retained by) the Customs, who may
call for further evidence in case of
doubt.
Administrator's Office,
St. John's,
Antigua.
15th September, 1960.
Ref. No. A. 25/21.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
26th August, 1960.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO
COMPANY of Main & Fourth Streets,
Winston-Salem, North Carolina,
United States of A merica, have applied
for Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:---


oSyt


in Class 45, that is to say:-Tobacco
products.
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 & 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. LESSON,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA,
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLGNDS,
26th August, 1960.
SCHENLEY INDUSTRIES, INC.,
of 350 Fifth Avenue, New York City,
New York, United States of America,
have applied for Registration of One
Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing:-


THREE FEATHERS

in Class 43, that is to say:-Alcoholic
beverages-particularly whiskey, 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 1919.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Anligua, Montserrat & 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. BESSON,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS,
25th August, 1960.
SCHENLEY INDUSTRIES, INC.,
of 350 Fifth Avenue, New York City,
New York. United States of America,
have applied for Registration of one
Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
gin:-


MACNAUGHTON S

in Class 43, that is to say:-Alcoholic
beverages particularly whiskey, gin,
brandy, alcoholic cordials and rnm.
The Applicants claim that they
used the said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goods in the United States
since September 2, 1937.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Anthigua, Montserrat & 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. BESSON,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.








'October 6, 1960]


THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


VACANT POqT CF AGRICULTURAL
*OFFICER (LIVESTOCK) DEPARTMENT
OF AGRICULTURE, (ST. VINCENT).

Applications are invited from
suitably qualified 1 candidates for ap-
pointment to the post of Agricultural
Officer (Livestock), Department of
Agriculture, St. Vincent, particulars
of which are as follows:

APPOINTMENT
The post is non-pensionable and
.appointment will be on a contractual
basis, or on secondment, for a period
of 3 years in the first instance.
The pension rights of or any pen-
-sionable seconded officer will be
preserved.

DUTIES
The duties of the officer will be
those assigned to him by the Superin-
tendeut of Agriculture to whom he
will be directly responsible. They
will include management and Super-
vision of all stud centres; general
extension (advisory) work; advice or
,establis-hminn, nt;inag-iient an d
maintenance of pingola gra s and
:arranging distribution of free plant-
ing materials; demonstrations in
worming, encouraging better nutri-
tion, better housing and better hand-
ling; encouraging and performing
*castration of undersirable t~ pes of
scrub" animals; investigations into
-carrying capacity and fertilizer re-
tquirements of pangola grass under
local conditions; to assist the Veter-
inary Officer with the Organisation
and conduct of Vaccination and quar-
antine measures.


QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates in possession of the
Diploma of the Imperial College of
Tropical Agriculture will be prefer-
red, but consideration will be given
also to applicants with wide experi-
ence in animal husbandry, crop
husbandry and general extension
(advisory) work and who have also
had formal agricultural training in
a recognized school of agriculture in
or out of the region.

SALARY:

The Salary is in the scale of
$3,360 x 120-3,720 plus a 20% cost of
living allowance.

ALLOWANCES:

Travelling and Subsistenance Al-
lowainces are payable in accordance
with local regulations in respect of
approved travel on duty.

QUARTERS:

Quarters are not provided.

PASSAGES:

Free passages to St. Vincent will
be provided on first appointment for
the Officer, his wife and children, not
exceeding five persons in all; chil-
dren to be under 18 years, unmarried
and dependent on the officer. In the
case of a contract appointment, free
passages will be provided on the
satisfactory termination of the con-
tract. Leave passages are provided
in accordance with local regulations.


MEDICAL ATTENTION:

Free medical attention and medi-
cines are not provided.

TAXATION:

All Government Officials are liable
to taxation imposed by local enact-
ments.
GENERAL:

The officer will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations, local General
Orders and Financial and Store Rules
and to the relevant Ordinances and
subsidiary legislation in force in the
Territory.

Applications giving full particulars
of applicant, and accompanied by two
testimonials, should be addressed to
the Chief Secretary, St. Vincent, The
W-st Indies : rnd should reach him
not later than 25th October, 1960.


RAINFALL FIGURES.

Agricultural Department,
Antigua.


Month.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
Sept.
To Oct. 1kt


1956
5.15
1.23
1.40
3.83
2.58
5 72
4.29
5.67
1.17
.93


1957 1938
3.16 0.92
2.29 0.58
0.40 1.22
2.54 2.01
1.19 7.79
2.86 13.12
1.50 3.95
4.80 2.94
7.81 3.53
.76 3.99


1959
2.91
1.16
0.73
3.61
9.02
0.48
2.57
3.42
2.14
2.16


1960
3.84
5.09
3.18
1.48
1.49
1.79
5.01
2.78
3.60
.22


31.97 27.31 40.05 28.20 28.44


NOTICE.

Importers are hereby informed that the ban on the importation of American Cigarettes will be lifted for a
-trial period of six months with effect from the 1st October, 1960.

At the end of the trial period the position will be examined to see what effect the lifting of the ban has had,
zand to consider and decide whether or not the ban should be re-opened.

Administrator's Office,
St. John's,
Antigua.
29th September, 1960
Rcef. No. A. 40/94


219







220 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


Hurricane P'recautio( ns, 1960.

1. At the beginning of the Hurricane Season the public are advised to take precautions
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 be a short period of calm during which there
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 Ean Juui, 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 Kico.

Storm Warning Signals.

AT DAY-The following signals displayed at the Harbour Master's Office, Goat Hill, Ottos Hill
(Michael's Mount) Police Headquarters and other Police stations in the Island
denote the approach of disturbed weather:-
A. A RED FLAG with black square in centre means Tropical disturbance reported;
likely to affect island of Antigua-CAUTION ADVISED.
B. TWO RED FLAGS, with black squares in centre-HURRICANE SIGNAL-
DANGER EXPECTED.
C. RED PENNANT when hoisted to serve as SMALL CRAFT WARNING only.
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 sounding 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
metres) at regular intervals:-9 a.m., 5 p.m. and more often if necessary.
Administrator's Office,
St. John's, Antigua.
10th June, 1960.
Bef. No. A. 62/6.












Printed at the Govyrnnient Printing Oflice, Antifun. Li-c.w.rd Islandns,
by EARL PIGOTT', Govtmntunt Printer. -Dy Authority.
1960
[Price 53 oents.)


[Octt~ber 6,19f600







No. 17 Supplementary Appropriation
i q, f (1958).
CL.S.]
I ASSENT,
0. R. KELSICK.
'1/ Governor's Deputy.
9th December, 1959.

< -^QTSERRAT.

o. 17 of 1959.

An Ordinance to sanction certain further pay-
ments from the Public Treasury in excess of
the sums provided by law for the service of the
Government for the year ended on the thirty-
first day of December, 1958.

9th December, 1959.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Montserrat.


MONTtERBAt'


Commence-
ment.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Sup- Short title.
elementary Appropriation (1958) Ordinance, 1959.


2. The various sums of money set forth in
the Schedule to this Ordinance amounting in all to
fifty-two thousand two hundred and fifty-three
dollars and eighty-two cents, and drawn from
the Public Treasury for the service of the year
ended on the 31st day of December, 1958, under the
Warrant of the Governor, but not provided for in
the Appropriation Ordinance, 1958, are hereby
declared to have been lawfully expended for the
services mentioned in the said Schedule.

T. E. A. PERXINS,
Acting President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 12th day
of November, 1959.

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



f&2q,
Anin^


Legalization
of expend
ture.








2 Supplementary Appropriation
(1958).

SCHEDULE.


Service.


Water
Prison
Electricity, Ice & Cold Storage
Federal Contribution
Labour
Military
Post Office, Telephones, etc.
Development & Welfare Grants

Total


No. 17 of 1919


Amount.


1,169.10
... 471.95
2,332.02
906.30
78.57
... 675.72
... 3,928.91
42,691.25

"" 52,253.82


Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua Leeward Islands,
by EARL PIaOTT, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1960.
420-10.60. [Price 7 pents]


Head,


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XI.
Xv.
XVII.
XVIII.
XXI.
XXIII.
XXVII.


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No. 5 of 1960. Interpretation and General
Clauses Act (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1959

[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
A. F. DAWKINS,
Administrator,
1st January, 1960.

MONTSERRAT.

No. 5 of 1960.

An Ordinance to amend further the Interpretation
and General Clauses Act, 1955.

[1st January, 1960]

ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Montserrat.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Inter-
pretation and General Clauses Act (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1959, and shall be read as one with the
Interpretation and General Clauses Act, 1955, as
amended, hereinafter called the Principal Act.

2. Subsection (1) of section 2 of the Principal
Act is hereby amended as follows:-

(i) by substituting the following defini-
tion for the definition of the
expression Administrator "-


Short title.
Acts 12/1965.
3/1956.
S. R. & 0.
1956/15
Ordinance
15/1956.

Amendment
of section 2
of the
Principal
Act.


Administrator means the
person for the time being
holding the office of Adminis-
trator of the Colony and
includes any person for the
time being lawfully discharg-
ing the functions of that office
and to the extent to which a
Deputy appointed under
Article 5 of the Montserrat
Letters Patent 1959, is
authorised to discharge those
functions, that Deputy;

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MoNTSijRRAT. 2


Interpretation and General No. 5 of 960.
Clauses Act (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1959
(ii) by inserting the following definition
immediately after the definition of
the expression Administrator "-

"Administrator in Council"
means save as otherwise pro-
vided by Letters Patent
under the Great Seal of the
United Kingdom or by In-
structions under the Royal
Sign Manual and Signet the
Administrator acting with the
advice of the Executive
Council of the Colony; and
to such an extent as may be
provided by any such Letters
Patent or Instructions "in
accordance with, that advice
but not necessarily in such
Council assembled;

(iii) by inserting the -following definition
immediately after the definition of
the expression Crown Agents "--

Crown Attorney means the
Crown Attorney of the
Colony";

(iv) by deleting the definition of the
exprepsions Governor and Gov-
ernor in Council ";


(v) by substituting the following defini-
tion for the definition of the
expression Police Force "-

Police Force" means the
Antigua Montserrat and
Virgin Islands Police Force
established and maintained
under the Police Act, 1951;







No. 5 of 1960. Interpretation and General 3.
Clauses Act (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1959

3. This Ordinance shall come into operation
on the first day of January, 1960.


MONTSEBRAT.


Commence-
ment


A. F. DAWKINS,
President.


1959


Passed the Legislative Council this 29th day of December,
I.
GEORGE R. E. CABEY,
Clerk of the Council.






































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I ASSENT, ...... ,
A. F. DAWKINS,
Administrator. /
1st January, 1960 t ,0

MONTSERRAT.

No. 9 of 1960.
An Ordinance relating to the Powers of the Crown
Attorney with respect to prosecution.
commence-
[1st January, 1960] ment,n
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Montserrut.
I. This Ordinance may be cited as the Crown short title.
Attorney (Powers) Ordinance, 1959.
2. (1) The Crown Attorney shall have power powers of
in any case in which he considers it desirable so to Crown
do-- Attorney.
do-

(a) to institute and undertake criminal
proceedings against any person before any civil
court constituted for the Colony in respect of
any offence against, any law in force in the
Colony alleged to have been committed by that
person;

(b) to take over and continue any criminal
proceedings as aforesaid that have been institu-
ted or undertaken by any other person or
authority; and

(c) to discontinue at any stage before
judgment is delivered any criminal proceed-
ings as aforesaid instituted or undertaken by
himself or any other person or authority.

(2) The powers of the Crown Attorney under
the last foregoing subsection may be exercised by
him in person or by officers subordinate to him
acting under and in accordance with his general or
speoial instructions,
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(3) The powers conferred upon the Crown
Attorney by paragraphs (6) and (c) of subsection
(1) of this section shall be vested in him to the
exclusion of any other person:

Provided that where any other person or'
authority has instituted criminal proceedings nothing
in this subsection shall prevent the withdrawal of
those proceedings by or at the instance of that per-
son or authority at any stage before the person
against whom the proceedings have been instituted
has been charged before the court.

(4.) For the purpose of this section, any appeal
from any determination in any criminal proceedings
before any court, or any case stated or question of
law reserved for the purpose of any such proceedings,
to any other court constituted for the Colony or the
Federation of The West Indies or to the -Judicial
Committee of Her Majesty's Privy Council shall be
deemed to be part of those proceedings.

(5) For the avoidance of doubt it is hereby
declared that nothing in this section shall be con-
strued as applying to any power in relation to
criminal proceedings vested in any person by or
under the Constitution of The West Indies or
applying to ainy criminal proceedings instituted or
conducted by such a person by virtue of any power
so vested.
(6) In the exercise of the powers conferred
upon him by this section and section 30 of the
Montserrat Constitution and Elections Ordinance,
S 1952, the Crown Attorney shall not be subject to
the direction or control of any other person or
authority.

(7) There shall be charged on the revenues of
the Colony and paid thereout to the Crown Attorney
such salary as may from time to time be prescribed
by any law in force in the Colony:

Provided that the salary of the Crown Attorney
shall not be reduced during his continuance in office.


No. 9 of 1960-.;


MONTSBRRUAT. 2


Crownz Allorney (Poiversa)'







Orown Attorney (Pw'rQs)


8. This Ordinance shall come into operation Commence-
on the first day of January, 1960. ment.
A. F. DAWKINS,
President.


1959


Passed the Legislative Council this 29th day of December,
1.
GEORGE R. E. CABEY,
Clerk of the Council



































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1960,


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ANTIGUA. JE I0V


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDEK -

1960, No. 33.


PROCLAMATION DATED OCTOBER 3, 1960, DECLARING A CLOSE PLANT-
ING SEASON FOR COTTON.


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR

A PROCLAMATION.

I. G. TURBOTT,
Administrator.

WHEREAS under section 3 of the Cotton Planting (Regulation)
Ordinance, 1931 (No. 111931) it is provided that the Administrator in
Council may from time to time by Proclamation published in the
Gazette and by Public Notice, declare any period of each year to be a
close planting season within the meaning of the said Ordinance, either
for the whole Colony or for such area or areas thereof as may be
specified in such Proclamation.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, IAN GRAHAM TURBOTT, Administrator of
the Colony of Antigua, with the advice of the Executive Council of the
Colony of Antigua, do by this my Proclamation declare that the period
from the 10th day of October, 1960, to the 15th day of August, 1961,
inclusive, shall be a close planting season within the meaning of the said
Ordinance for the whole of the Colony of Antigua, excepting that area
of land situate at Friars Hill under the control of the Central Cotton
Station.
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, Antigua, this 3rd day
of October, 1960, in the ninth year of Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!







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VIRGIN ISLANDS.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.


1960, No. 26.


THE ROAD TOWN WATER SUPPLY (RATES AND CHARGES)
REGULATIONS, 1960, DATED AUGUST 23, 1960, MADE BY
THE ADMINISTRATOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 15 (1)
(e) OF THE WATER SUPPPY ORDINANCE, 1955 (No. 8 OF
1955), AS AMENDED.

1. Short Title. These Regulations may be cited as
the Road Town Water Supply (Rates and Charges) Regulations,
1960.
2. Interpretation. In these Regulations-
QUARTERLY means the period between any two consecutive
readings of a meter for the purpose of computing charges;
ROAD TOWN WATER SUPPLY AREA means the area declared
by the Road Town Water Supply Area Order, 1958 (S. R.
& O. 1958, No. 3) to be a water supply area;
"(U. S.)" means in the currency of the United States of
A merica.
3. Meter Readings. For the purpose of computing
charges meters shall be read once on any day in the first month
of every three calendar months.


4.
charges
water to


Rates and Charges. The following rates and
shall be levied quarterly in respect of the supply of
premises in the Road Town Supply Area:-


(i) For domestic purposes-
(a) 10 cents (U. S.) per 100 gallons or part thereof for
the first 6,000 gallons.
(b) 15 cents (U. S.) per 100 gallons or part thereof in
excess of 6,000 gallons.
(ii) For purposes other than domestic-
(a) 10 cents (U. S.) per 60 gallons or part thereof for
the first 6,000 gallons.
(b) 15 cents (U. S.) per 100 gallons or part thereof in
excess of 6,000 gallons.
(iii) Meter rent-
a meter rent of 75 cents (U. S.)
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5. Commencement. These Regulations shall come
into operation on the 1st day of October, 1960.

Made by the Administrator in Council this 23rd day of
August, 1960.


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





































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VIRGIN ISLANDS. //


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1960. No. 28.


PROCLAMATION DATED SEPTEMBER 3, 1960, BRINGING THE
REGISTER OF VOTERS INTO FORCE UNDER SECTION 49(3)
OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS CONSTITUTION AND) E:LETIO(NS
ORDINANCE, 1954 (No. 7 OF 1954), AS AMENDLI).


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS.
A PROCLAMATION.
G. J. BRYAN,
Administrator.
WHEREAS it is provided by subsection (3) of secCion
49 of the Virgin Islands Constitution and Elections Ordi-
nance, 1954 (No. 7 of 1954), as amended, that the copy of
the list of voters for an electoral district transmitted to the
Supervisor of Elections by the Revising Officer shall be
deemed to be the Register of Voters for that Electoral
District and shall come into force on such date as
the Administrator may by proclamation appoint:
NOW, THEREFORE, I do hereby appoint the 10th day
of September, 1960, as the date on which the Register of
Voters for each electoral district in the Colony shall come
into force:
AND all Her Majesty's loving subjects in the Colony
and all others whom it may concern are hereby required to
take due notice hereof.

GIV EN under my hand at the Administrator's Office
at Tortola, in the Virgin Islands, this 3rd day of
September, 1960, and in the ninth year of Her
Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!

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