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Group Title: Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette.
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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 Material Information
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
Physical Description: 12 v. : ; 25-35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Publisher: Govt. Printer.
Place of Publication: St. John's?, Antigua
Publication Date: November 23, 1961
Frequency: weekly (irregular)
weekly
completely irregular
 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 )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
legislation   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Antigua and Barbuda -- Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
General Note: Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076853
Volume ID: VID00313
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

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    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 17 of 1961: Anegada Ordinance, 1961
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    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 21 of 1961: Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment No. 2) Ordinance, 1961
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    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 23 of 1961: Marriages (Validation) Ordinance, 1961
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    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 1 of 1961: Aerodrome Regulations, 1961
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    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 9 of 1961: Resolution of the Legislative Council made under Section 18A of the Customs Duties Ordinance, 1927 (No. 9/1927)
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    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 12 of 1961: Public Holiday (Opening of Shops) Order, 1961
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    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 15 of 1961: Census Regulations, 1961
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    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 16 of 1961: Agricultural Census Order, 1961
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ANTIGUA, MONTHS

AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.

c published by dAuthority.

VOL. V\[. TIHUISl) AY, 23jn) NOVEMBELR, 1961. No. 53.
- - -.. . ......... .. .............. -.~ ~ . _


Notices.


Marriage Ordinance, 1924
It is notified that the Reverend
D. MITCHELL B. A., Methodist Min-
ister, has been appointed a Marriagn
Officer for the Colony of the Virgin
Island.

Administtrator's Office,
Tortola, Virgin Islands.
9th Novfember, 1961
M.P. 8/Is

Pursuant to section 5 (1) of the
Water Courses and Water Works
Ordinance, No. 8 of 19.;0. tihe Acting
Administrator has appointed the
undermentioned persons to be mem-
bers of the Water Board of Montser-
rat:--
J. C. L. WALL, Esq., O. B. E., M. P.
W. S. R. HOWEs, Esq.
J. W. ALLEN, Esq.
The Administrator of Montserrat
and the Officer-in-Charge, Public
Works Department are ex-officio
members of the Board.

Administrator's Office,
Plymouth,
Monteerral.
11th November, 1961.

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANOES


No. 63.
The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Adminis-
trator that the power of disallowance
will not be exercised in respect of the
undermentioned Ordinances of the
Colony of the Virgin Islands-
No. 27 of 1961, "Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Amendment No. 3)
Ordinance, 1961.
No. 30 of 1961, Conveyancing
and Law of Property Ordinance, 1961.
Administrator's QOfice,
Tortola, Virgin Islands
1st November, 1961.
M. P's 78/7
47/53




S64 1`1


No. 64.
The Actingi Administrator has been
pleas-d to assent to the unldrniten-
tioned Ordinances of the Colony of
Montserrat:--
No. 11 of 1961, "The Limitation
Ordinance, 1961"
(.47/249)
No. 12 of 1961, The Trustee
Ordinance, 1961"
(M. 47i12 -)
No. 13 of 1961. "The Conveyan-
cing and Law of Property Ordinance,
196;1 "
(M. 47/2R)
No. 14 of 1961, 'l'h Vehicles and
Rn,ad Traffic (Amendment) Ordinance,
1961"
(M. 47/37)
No. 15 of 1961, The Ponsions Act
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1961"
(M. 47/250)
No. 16 of 1961, The Diplomatic
Immunities (Representatives of Over-
sras Countriis) Ordinance, 1961"
(M. 471252
No. 17 of 1961, "The Supplemen-
tary Appropriation (1959) Ordinance,
1961 "
(M. 47/242)
No. 18 of 1961, "The Overseas
Service Ordinance, 1961"
(AM. 47/2 1)
No 19 of 1961, "The Boatswain
(Gratuity and Reduced Pension) Ordi-
nance, 1961"
(M. 47/256)
No. 20 of 1961, "The Teachers
Pension Validating Ordinance, 1961 "
(M. 47/255)
No. 21 of 1961, "The Pensions
(Increase) (Amendment) Ordinance,
1961"
(M. 47/254)
No. 22 of 1961, The Seventh-Day
Adventist Church Incorporation Act
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1961"
(M. 47/253)
No, 23 of 1961, The General Revi-
sion Ordinance, 1961"
(M. 472568)
No. 24 of 1961, "The 1960 Sup-
plementary Appropriation Ordinance,
1961"
(M. 471259)
Administrator's Office,
lMontserrat,
16th November, 1961.


No. 65.
The following Ordinances and
Statutory Rules and Orders are circu-
lated with this Gazette and form
part thereof:-
ORDI NANCES.
Virgin Isl,,dus.
No. 17 of 1.61. "The Anegada
Ordinance. 1961." 5 pp. Price 13 cts.
No. 21 of 1961. "The Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Amendment No. 2)
Ordinance." 3 pp. I'ric6 9 cla.
No. 23 of 1961. "The Marriages
(Validation) Ordinance 1961."
2 pp. 'Price 7 t/..

STATUTORY RULES & ORDKES.

Virgin lnlands.

No. 1 of 1961. "11he Aerodrome
Regulations 1961."
5 pp. Price 13 tas.
No. 9 of 1961. Resolution of the
Legislative Council made under See-
tion 18A of the Customs Daties
Ordinance, 1927 (No. 9/1927)."
2 pp. Price 7 cte.
No. 12 of 1961. The Public Holi-
day (Opening of Shops) Order, 1961."
1 pp. Price 5 tas.
No. 15 of 1961. "The Census Reg-
ulations, 1961." 4 pp. Price 11 cls.
No. 16 of 1961. The Agricultural
Census Order, 1961."
3 pp. Price 9 cts.

Income Tax Ordinance
No. 13/1957.

All persons in arrears of Income
Tax up to and including the Year of
Assessment 19(1 are requested to
make payment of these arrears to-
gether with the penalty of 5% incurred
under Section 66. or adequate arrange-
ments for such should be made before
the 30th November, 1961, if you wish
to avoid any proceedings for recovery
under Section 67.

E. G. O'M. BBRRIDGE.
Commissioner of Income Tax.
7th November, 1961.








238 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [November 23, 1961.


PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE.
ANTIGUA.
8th November, 1961.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
there will be sold at the Court House
in the City of St. John on the 14th
)ecember, 19;1, at 4 p.m. the lands
and tenements belonging to the per-
sons who.-i4 ntmnes are set out here-
under, and the saidI premises having
been levied upon to satisfy the City
Rate due thereon for the year 1961.
LONG STREET
Emanuel Farara
('. [:. A. Watt
0. Bpryl Howell
Maria H. Qneely
Mary Dc lIreitas

Sl'. MARY'S STREET
Geraldine 0. Howell
K. Audrey Pestaina
Iris Wyntvr
Hrs. "f Armnstrong
NEVIS STREET
Morrison Canmacho
Hrs. of Eliza Barnett
TEMPLE STREET
Ruby Murrain
Elenora Murrain
Constance Hill
Alexanda Davis
Neilo Anita Steel
Bertha Harrigan
fBatrice Benjamin
George Wyre
HIGH STREET

Ivy and Gwen Colbourne
Laurence and Eileen Gonsalves
Emanuel Farara
Gertrude Gomes
REDCLIFFE STREET

John Khoury
Marie Eliza Watt
TANNER STREET
Rarely Murrain
Romeo and L. Van Putton
John Gomes
CORN ALLEY
Est. of John Robbins
CHURCH LANE
Hrs. of Roman

CROSS STREET
Hilson Arch Murdoch
Caroline Henry
Francis Jacobs
Gladys Walling
Emanuel Farara

EAST STREET
Charles Andre
Bishop M. Schoolroom
PARHAM ROAD
Edgar Tonge
Keithley Hill
Cha'les Reynolds
Noel S. B. Slack
Lionel Thomas


RO)DNKY STREET
Elvina Edmllnd
Richard Francis
Agatha John
James Green
David Williams
Miriam Davis
Joseph Davis
ATHILL STREET
Surah Mason
Adtlaide Sweeney
'L'. GEORGE'S STREET
Alexander Tonge
Ickford Winter
Elenora Manderson
Cnriin, Albert
Victoria .Jamesis
I lHeiri.tta iRrowfne
EI't. ,,'f Sa;ili.SSautIders
ER:lwIrd loyd
EdIward T'Irry
George Christian
Alice Mf. Smith
Est. of Sarah Henry
Foster Matthew
STAPLETON LANE
Noel Slack
O''TOS LAND
Elvina Edmund
NELSON STREET
G. Gordonr
Agatha Govia
Emanuel Burton
Joseph Davis (2)
BENNETT STREET
Eruest Giiead
Gwendolny Simon
DICKENSON BAY STREET
Josiah G. Samuel
Nehemiah Knight
Agnuta Davis
Kenneth Murdoch (2)
Alfred C. Wallace
Ernest Loyd White
Watt. C. A. S.
Edward Simon
Edward Simon
Ickford Winter 2 pieces
ST. JOHN STREET

Igal Winter
Gatson G. Jehilman
George Weston
Cecilia Christian
Eliza Humphreys
Eat. of John Punter
BISHOPGATE STREET

Grace Thomas
Geo. H. Joseph
James Mapp
Angelina M. Pinder
Emely Mason
Ann Sophia Gould
Selina Henry
,Caroline Isaac
Ann Green
Felicia st. Luce
Hrs. ,of Alhert Bernard
Sophia Francis
Sydney Benjamin
Louisa Semper


NORTH STREET
Hrs. of S. Daniel
John Ramsey 2 pieces
Elise Ramsey
Dorcas Osbourne
Caroline Isaac
Ferdinand Martin
Mary H. Joseph
Winifred Scotland
Alfred Hunte
Ann Depoate
Kallil Slhoul
Mary Eliza Watt
Victor Ernest Henry 3 pieces
CHURCH STREET
Est. of Edward Davis
Est. of J. FH. Moore
Est. of John Thompson

THE POINT
Eileen and I'. Reynolds (4)
Allan Hill
.S. JOHN'S STREET
Ivy Deach
8. T. Christian
Francis James
Caroline Isaac (2 peices)
Mildred Swift
Est. of Charles Isaac
Mary Grant
Mary Simon
Geo. M. Stevens
Alice Adams
Ethel Hunte
Est. of D. Benjamin
Gladys B. Winter
Martha lByam
Iola Anderson
Robert and C. James
Est. of Henrietta Brown
NEWGATE STREET
Samuel Joseph
Mary Eliza Watt
Josiah Tittle
Helena Thompson
Est. of Adriana Thibon
Zachariah Joseph
WRAPPING STREET
Edmund H. Lake
I. E. A. Barnes
Nicholas Fuller
Emanul Flarara
MARINER'S LANE
Isaline Perry
Irene Walker
THE POINT
Igal Winter
Ed moore 0. Aska
Rosalyn Simon
Clyde Caro Francis
WILKENSON STREET
Joseph Antonio
Norris Dl.stin
Mabel A ruistrong
Neville Bridges
Est. of Joseph Reynolds
Edmundl E. I lake

MONEYY WARREN ALLEY
C. 1B. A. Watt
POPESHEAD STREET
AdolplhjII li.,ynolds
Ernest Hfeinry 2 pieces










November 23, 1961 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 239


IOOD STREET'
Caroline Gonsalves
Joshua Thomas 2 pieces
James H. King
Cecil H. Davis
William Edgecombe

DtAKE STREET
James Marlin
Agatha L. Joseph

MARINER'S LANE
Est. of Josfphl Reynolds

WA PPING STREET
AlberthaI Phillip
Samuel Laviscount
Caroline Isaac
Igal Winter

THAMES STREET
Est. of J. A. Camacho

NEW GATE LANE
Hrs. of Willock

BISHOPGATE LANE
Caroline Isaac
Sarah James

FORT ROAD
Arthur Robet ts
Gwendolyn Simon
Callis Destin
Carlton Moore
Owendolyn Green
Cecil Kendall
Perlina Hutchinson

EAST FORT ROAD No. 1
C. H. O'Marde
Joseph Benjamin
Ernie Romeo

EAST FORT ROAD No. 2
Adriana Donowa
Iris Christian

EAST FORT ROAD No. 3
Adonis Swift

EAST FORT ROAD No. 4
Vernon Samuel

EAST FORT ROAD No. 5
Arthur Roberts
Edris Knight
Samuel Destin
C. A. Williams
Denzil Hill
A. L. Davis

EAST FORT ROAD No. 6
Ruby Ray
George Matthew
Mabel Mason
Mrs James Thomas
Mary J. Lake
George V. O'Flaharty
Paget Winter
Sybil W. Aska
Harrison Jacobs
S. Reynolds

EAST FORT ROAD No. 7
W. B. Josiah
George A. Goodwin
S. T. Christian
Miss F. Michael
D. Lewis
Harold Lovell
W. Southwell


CEMETERY ROAD
Ephraim John

GARLING'S LAND
Hrs. of Corling 2 pieces

MARKET S'l IEET
Anthony Michael
John V.eira
John Nascimnltto
Lawrence (. i-.s;itvr-s
Josiah Salnml'-
Thomas Pelile
Roland Ilo-niboairn
Michael's Mount

BENNETT STREET
Est. of Charles Este.

HENRY J. ELwIN,
Ag. Provost Marshal.

ANTIGUA.
THE REGIS'ATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ACT 1925.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd., of
Imperial Chemical House Millbank
London S.W. 1, England have applied
for registration in Antigua of United
Kingdom Patent No. 813531 dated the
3rd day of April, 1957, and issued on
the 9th day of September, 1959, and
have filed at the Registrar's Office at
the Court House, St. J. in's Antigua,
a complete copy of ths specifications
and the Certificate ofl' tl Comptroller
General of the United Kingdom Patent
giving full particulars of this patent
which will be open to public inspec-
tion at the said office at any time
between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and
3.30 p.m. on working days except
Saturday when the hours will be
from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon.

Any person may within two months
from the date of this advertisement
give notice to the Registrar of opposi-
tion to the issue of a Certificate of
registration upon any of the grounds
prescribed in Section 10 of the Patents
Act, 1906 for opposition to the grant
of Letters Patent.

Dated the 24th day of October, 1961.

HENRY J. ELWIN,
Ag. Registrar of Patents.
Registrar's Office,
Court House.
St. John's, Antigua.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 10th October, 1961.
AVON PRODUCTS INC of 30
Rockefeller Plaza. New York State of
New York have applied for Registra-
tion of one Trade Mark consisting of
the following:-

AVON
in Class 48 in respect of perfumery
(including toilet articles, preparations
for the teeth and hair and perfumed
soap)


The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trad,' Mark in
respect of the said goods for 32 years
before the date of their said Applioa-
tion.

Any person may w i t i n three
months from the dale of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, IMoNutl.rrit & Virgin
Islands Gazette" give notice in du-
plicate ut the Tradet Mark Office,
Antigna, of opposition to ri gistration
of the said Trade Mark.

HENRY J. ELWIN,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA 16th May, 1961.

J. S. FIY & SONS LIMITED of
Sommc'rdale. Bristol Englaint have
applied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:-


in Class 42, that is to say chocolate,
chocolates and nlon-mlnoicati-d confec-
tionery, including biscuits.
The Applicants claim that they
have not used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods before the
date of their said Application.

Any person may with n three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Mrmtserrat & Virgin
Island.s Gazette" give notice in du-
plicate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.

HENRY J. ELWIN,
Ag. RYfiistrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,

MONTSERRAT 31st October, 1961.

PHILIP MORRIS INCORPORA-
TED of 100 Park Avenue, New York,
State of New York, United States of
America have applied for Registration
of one Trade Mark consisting of the
following:

CAPRI
in Class 45, that is to say, Cigarettes
and tobacco products.
The applicants claim they have not
yet used the said trade mark in respect
of those products before the date of
this application but have a present and
definite intention to use it.









240 THE ANTIGUA MONTSIERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


Any person may within throe
months from the dale of the first ap-
pearanrce of this Advnrtisement in the
Antigua, fonltserrt. and Virqin
Islands Gzett ie give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office.
Montserr't, of opposition 4f the said
Tradl M.n k.

D. F. JOHNSON.
&e'gi str.ar of Trade Marks.


i'RAD)E MARKS OFFICE,
hMONTA RRAT 23rd Ocl.ober, 1961.

PHILI I' MORRIS INCORIPORA-
TED d*l I I:.) Park A venue, New York,
State o1' New York, Unitiil States of
Ainm-icia. lh ivo aipl)ied for, Registrationi
of oil, 'l'riilrv 3M :ik consi stinig ot the
fol lowin.: :











- i



-----


in Ciass 45 that is to say, Cigarettes
anl tolbaI e( products.

The applicants claim that they have
not used the said tra(le mark in respect
of the said goods before the date of
this statement.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first ap-
poaranoe of this Advertisement in the,
Anti./q M, lonlerrat, an d Virgin
Islan(s Gaze'te give notice in (dupli-
cate at tlhe Trade Marks Office,
Months -rrat, of opposition of th, esid
Tradi [Iark.
D. F. JOHNSON,
Registrar of Trade Marks


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTI:UA, 14th October, 1961.

E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS
AND COMPANY of 1007 Market
Street, Wilmington, State of Dela-
ware, U.S.A. have applied for Regis-
tration of one Trade Mark consisting
of the following:-


LUCITE
In Olass 1 that is to say paints ena-
inmls, shellaos, varnishes, lacquers and
paint thinners.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for about 6
years ll'ifor the date (if their said
Applicatoin.


Any person may wit l i n three
minltdhs from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the .Antigua, M'ontserrat & Virgin
Islands Gazette" give notice in du-
plicate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigita. of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.

HENRY J. ELWiN,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.


TENDERS


Tendi.-ri arl hereby invited for the
tr'.lanspo't by motlor-Car of public offi-
cers ) ,.] lin. on duty for te- year
.ndini.g 31st D -e *(l, :r, 1962.

2. Seili tndlers shlnild in the
resp~-ct oif single jilrily Iroml the
place wh lre tlhe public officer enters
the car to the phice at which le leaves
it (i.e. so much a niile for the single
journey) and charge for w.ii!inig, if
any, shiiiuld h)' stat,'d. Provi'l-d that
Vwhetre thle ollici' enters or le.ivs the
car ,-attid': the city limits a charge
m1:"y be ir;d- fo'r lII- li tanc- I),!-
tweel, tiit point anid St. .Jolii'.

3. C Gvl nolitt will n(t 1,e pre-
cluded from hiring- seats fi'r public
officers in Plublic smrvic, v--hicles
which wh'inlil othel'wise ble proceed-
in'" to thr (ilitier'Hs destiiiti .in where
thii will rsuilt in ay economy e.g.
for cusitomi- olficersi going to Coinlidge
Airlield on duty in a car hired or used
lby the Airiine Age.nts.

4. Government reserves the right
to hire or use cars, or seats in cars,
other than the contractor's cars, for
public officers proceeding on duties
connected with the Customs or
revenue.

5. Government does not hind it-
self to accept tle lowest or any tender.

6. The contractor) will be expected
to providI. prom pt ail efficient Ser-
vice and ainy agreeilenlt (entered into
with a contractor will be subject to
the following conditions:

(i) The Contractor shall when-
ever required furnish a car.

(ii) If due notice of the require-
ment of a car has Ibeen given
and failing any satisfactory
explanation the Contractors'
car arrives more than five
minutes after the required
time, Government shall have
the right to deduct a penalty
not exceeding $2.40 from
any of the sums dne and
owing to the Contractor.
(iii) In the event of the Contrac-
tor's car being more than 15
minutes later after the
required time, Government
may canc-el the contract on
giving the Contractor one
week's notice in writing.
(iv) Gov-rnmlent shall also have
the right to terminate the


cnlltract on giving (ie week's
notice in writing if the ser-
vice is generally unreliable
through repeated unipunctu-
ality, def'clive cars or other
cause.

7. 'he Tendlers should state the
number of cars to bI)- at the disposal
of Government.

8. All tenders should lie addressed
to the linist,-r for I'ublie Works &
Conmniunicatiils in a s.:deiile envelope
marked T'lnder for O)llicial Trans-
port" and should be lodged at the
Administration Building not later
than 4.00 p.m. on ThursJay, 30th
November, 19Il.

A. 1. WILLIAMS,
Adil,,n i.s/r t lir,' Si'crertary.
i'. IF. A C.


Tender Notice.

Tenders are hier ,by iinitedl for the
supply to Gov i'riiinmn0 t (1 its rslquiro-
m e n ts of c'miiIsilied ;|p>aIrp lt of
approximately 13.000) ;lloiis per
month for lth period n(iding 31st
December. 1962.
The produce should b> emulsified
or cut-hack asphilt mii;nufli;ct tred to
the specifications f lilhe Asphalt Insti-
tute for M.C. 2 or R.C.I., and should
be supplied in drims or in bulk.
Small ( Iuati;ies of andlitionlal
muiitri:lls of iill'erent specifications
may also be required fJ'rim Limle to
time.
Government tloe~ nlot bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
Tenders should be submiitted in
sealed envelopes marked Tender for'
the supply of Asphalt" addressed to
the Administrative Scretary, Minis-
try of Pnblic Works and Communioa-
tions and sho(il reach liin not later
than 4.00 p.m. on Thursday 30th
Novu.mbler, 1961.
Ministry of P1ululic WIorks
and ConmLUn ications
Ref. No. A. 51/12.

RAINFALL FIGURES


Agri

Month.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
Aug.
Sep.
Oct.
Nov. 1Sth
Totl


cultural Department,
Antigua.
1957 1958 1939 1960 I


3.16 '.1 3 2.91.
2.29 0.58 1.16
0.40 1.22 0.73
2.53 2.01 3.44
1.19 7.79 9.02
2.86 13.12 0.48


J61


3.84 2.15
5.09 2.31
3.18 1.84
1.48 0.74
1.49 2.31
1.79 2.90


1.50 3.95 2.57 5.01 4.29


6.48 3.13 3.49
8.4 6.82 4.73


2.88 5.02
3.72 2.41


4.84 5.49 2.86i 3.70 3.50P
3.87 1.71 421 4.09 ..7-1
37.57 4(6.74 33.60 3627 31.2,1


No,~einber- -.3, 1961








:N member 23, 1961. THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 241


Tenders are hereby invited for the
operation of the Mail Service between
Barbuda and Antigua during the year
1962. The dimensions of the boat to
be used should be stated in the tender.


2. The Tender will be expecteId ,
make a trip at least once p1r week,
leaving Barbuda on Tuesday and
returning Friday weather permitting.


3. TIe will be responsible for the
safe delivery of mails and may be
required to perform any other official
business with which he may be
eintriisted.

4. Tenders should be addressed to
the Warden, Barbuda marked Ten-
der for Mail Service lEirbluJa" Iand
should reach his office not later than
Friday Ist December, 1961.


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

Ministry of Public I'orks
and Cmonuu indications.
't. John's,
A ntigua.
l8th October, 1961.

Ref. No. A. 6216


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 7th September, 1961.
AMERICAN CIGAkRETTES COMPANY (OVERSEAS) LIMITED of 43 Juta Street, Hraamfontieo
Johanuesburgh Traunvaal Reapblic fu South Africa have appli,-d for lRgistraLion of oni Trade Mark consisting of the
following:


MJiI


ERDINND GELN
FERDINAND MAGELLAN


FEROINAND MAGELLAN


-7



O~.8":
Z 3 :
C ob

o ..o
( E -Z
Zn' -.g
-: 0
00.
I *.~


FM


in Glass 45, that is to say tob -cco whether manufactured or unmanufactured.

The Applicants claim thit they have not used the s:id Trade Mark in respect of the said goods in the Colony
before the date of their said Application.

Any person inay within thr-te in.otlhi from thr latre of the first appearance of this A.dvertis .k ant in the
Antigua, Mintserrat, and Virgin [ilftnds GQzatte give, ntice in duplicate at the Trade M:rks O:f0i., Antigua, of
opposition to registration of the said l'rale Mark.
HENRY J. ELWIN,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.








242 _iIEa ANTriGUlA, 1ONTSE1.A'F & Vlltt I&VIRGINS GAZET'L'E. INouveinlher 23, W611


Montserra*
SAVINGS BANK
Revenue and Expenditure Account for the year ended 31st December, 1959.


Expenditure.


To Interest under-credited
at 31.12.58 24.00
,, Interest paid to Depositors
on Closed Accounts 345.42
,, Interest Capitalised and credit-
ed at 31.12.59 15,239.39
Expenses of Management 1200.00
,, Balance carried to Reserve
Account 125.44

I ,934-.25


$


Revenue.
$
Iy Interest over-credited
at 31.12.58 10.87
,, Sale of Pass Books 5.76
,, Interest on Investments 16,908.;2

16.934.2&


Account of Deposits and Withdrawals for the year ended 31st December. 1959.


To Biallce at Credit of
D'vi),sirors on 1.1.59
,, Deposits received
Inte'rst Credited to
Depositors


600,763.83
254,72.0 7

15,608.81 871,101.31


By Withdrawals
,, Sale of Pass Books
,, Interest over-credited
at 31.12.58
,, Balance at Credit of
Depositors
on 31.12.59


186,176.(60
5.76

19.' S7


684,89'.('S 8,71,101.31


Investments Adjustment Account.


To IiRLiicc carried to
Rie.serve Accouint


2,029.14 2,029.14


Biv Appreciation on
Investments


Reserve Account.


To Balance on 1.1.59


47,766.56


47,766.56


By Revenue and Expenditure
Account 125.44
,, Investments Adjust-
ment Account 2,029.14
Balance on 31.12.59 45,611.98


Balance Sheet as at 31st December, 1959.


Liabilities.





684,899.08 684,899.08


Cash with Treasurer
Investments at Market
eseve cont deficit)
Reserve Account (Deficit)


ets.
88,142.74

55,1144.36
45,611. 98 684,899.08

684,899.08


There is a contingent liability amounting to $1082.31 in respect of the outstanding aggregate of
amounts paid in past years from Colonial Revenue to meet deficits on the Revenue and Expenditure
Account .


J. D. LEWIS,
Accountant.
3rd May, 1960.


T. E. A. PERKINS,
Financial Secretary.
3rd May, 1959.


2,02). I I


2,029.14


-17,776.56


Depoibtors


NOTE:







THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


LEEWARD ISLANDS

Mointserrat.

STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS ON 31ST DECEMBER, 1959.


Description of Stock.



Kenya 4j% 1971/78
E.A.H.C. 4% 1972/74
Gold Coast 41% 1960/70
Uganda 317 1966/69
Northern Rhodesia 31% 1955/65
Ceylon 3% 1959/64
Australia 3% 1965/67
New Zealand 3/ 1960/60
Australia 4 1961/64
N. Zealand 3%7 1955/60
5% Treasury 1986/89
3% Savings Bonds 1960/70
3% Funding Loan 1966/68
3% Savings Bonds 1955/65
41% Conversion 1964
21% Funding Loan 1956/61


ounlt of Stock.


Actual Price.


Market Value
on 31.12.59


- I ----- -


Am



...
...
....
.,

...
...o
.-.
....


d.
0
11
0
10
0
0
5
4
0
4
6
0
4
6
0
2



19,951.
2,997
1,020
6,000
1,025
683
5,000
1,830
354
381
364
11,109
9,019
1,462
40,000
8,670


d.
0
6
0
0
5
6

0
11
2
6

8
1
5
0
9



15,700
2,334
803
5,112
881
584
4,224
1,722
348
381
362
7,999
9,179
1,357
39,871
8,955


Joint Consolidated Fund


S110,905 4 4
... 15,000 0 0
125,905 4 4
$604,345 .04


109,900 18 9
15,000 0 0
124,900 18 9
$599,524 .50


99,821 14 10
15,000 0 0
114,821 14 10
$551,144 .36


J. D. LEWIS,
Accountant. Financial Secretary,


78J
76
85-2
781
86-1
83+
85+-
952
97
100
971
831
85
92
100
99


May, 1960,.


243


:November 23, 1961.



20,000
3,051
940
6,512
1,019
700
4,941
1,803
359
381
371
9,638
10,799
1,467
39,871
9.046


3rd May, 1960.








244 THE ANT'Ib'A, MONTSlI'?l;AT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. November 23, 1961,.
STATEMENT O] CURRENCY NOTES ANJD BRITISH CARIBBEAN COIN IN CIRCULATION IN TIH1
BuITrIS CARIBBEAN TERHI.ITORTjE (EASTERN GROC:') UN 1st OCTOBER, 1961.


Average- circle tion during August, 19( 1:-
British Caribbean Currency
Demonetized Govt. notes


British Caribbean Notes and Coins in
circulation on 1st October, 1961:-
Trinidad and Tobago
Barbados
British Guiana
Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica
Antiguta
St. Kitts
Montserrat
Proof Set of Coinrj
Total British Caribbean Notes mnd Coins
in circulation on 1st October, 1961


Denonetized Govt. Notes outstanding on
Trinidad and Tobago
British Guiana
Barbodos
Total Government notes outstanding

Total circulation on 14t October, 1961

Headquarters,
British Caribbean C'urroncy Board,
Treasury Building,
Port of Spain, Trinidad, W.I.


Notes'.
$
84,809,801
988',G(.S
$ 85,798,5790


39,334,995..00
6,302,225.00
23,205,;665.(00
4,711,100 00
1,021,400.00
1,001,000.00
2,064,400.00
4,078.,:00.0(0
1,532,6 O0.00
254,800.00


$83,506,485.00


1st Ootober,


( ', ins.

,4(i2, 170.()0


$4,462,470.00


2,0:59,571.00
622,450.00
933,635.00
211,000.00
111,825.00
134,700.00
122,725.00
157,350.00
138,875.00
24,350.00
1,870.00

$4, 88,351.00


1961:-
679,662.00
241,532.00
65,374.00
986,568.00

$84,493,053.00 $4,488,351.00

L. SPENCE,
Executive commissionerr .
Br. Caribbean Currency Boardc


Printed at the Government Printing Ofoe, Anticua, Leward Island.,
by FASL PilorT, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1961.


[Price 93 cent8.


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No. 17 of 1961. Anegada. VIRGI14
ISLANDS.
[L.S.] /0
I ASSENT,
G. J. BRYAN, .;
Administrator, 1\
9th June, 1961~ DEC 7 1|

VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No 17 of 1961.

An Ordinance to repeal and replace the Lands Title
Anegada Ordinance, 1885, and to provide for
the allotment of Crown lands in the Islands of
Anegada and for purposes incidental thereto
and connected therewith.
[BY PROCLAMATION] Commence-
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Anegada Ordinance, 1961.
2. In this Ordinance, unless the context Interpreta-
otherwise requires-
Anegadian" means any person who was
born in the Island of Anegada; or any
person whose father, if such person is of
legitimate birth, or whose mother, if such
person is not of legitimate birth, was
born in that Island; or any person who
has lived -on that Island continuously for
a period of-fifteen years or more;

location means a piece or parcel of land in
the Village in the exclusive occupation
of an Anegadian or the members of his
family and on which has been placed or
erected one or more dwellings or on
which food crops have been planted and
grown by the occupants:
Schedule means Schedule to this Ordinance:
i" section" means section of this Ordinance;

,4.0-









No. 17 of 1961,


Application of
Ordinance.


Declaration
that lands in
the island
are vested-in
the arown.


the Village" means the Village as defined dy
section 5 of this Ordinance.
8. This Ordinance shall apply only to the
Island of Anegada, hereinafter referred to as the
Island ".
4. It is hereby declared that all lands within
the Island (with the exception of certain lands
granted to and held by the Methodist Church) are
vested in the Crown and may be dealt with in
accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance.


Definition of 6. For the purposes of this Ordinance, the
the Village. Village shall be that portion of the Island the limits
and boundaries whereof are defined in the First
Schedule.


Grants of land
within the
Village.









Unallotted
lands in the
Village to re-
main for the
use of the
Ancgadians.



Powers to be
exercised for
the prevention
and settlement
of disputes.


6. (1) Subject to the provisions of subsec-
tion (2) of this section it shall be lawful for the
Administrator on behalf of Her Majesty to dispose
of the rights of the Crown in the lands within the
Village, and for that purpose to issue Crown grants
of such lands subject to the regulations and condi-
tions in the Second Schedule.
(2) No Crown Grant of any lands within the
Village shall be made to any person who is not an
Anegadian.
7. Unless and until a grant has been issued
in respect of any land within the Villnge, the lands
in the Village shall continue to be held for the
use of the Anegadians, and it shall be lawful for
Anegadians peaceably and quietly to occupy and
enjoy their particular locations in the Village.
8. Notwithstanding the provisions of section
7, with a view to the prevention and settlement of
disputes among the Anegadians, the Administrator
or any person authorised by him in writing, may-
(a) investigate and settle the boundaries
between individual locations; and
(b) at all reasonable times, enter any
location for the purposes of measuring and
fixing boundaries and do all such things as
may be necessary for or incidental to the
investigation and settlement of boundaries of
individual locations.


ViaoisI
IsLANDsni


An eylda,









No, 17 of 1961. Aneqa, S

9. It shall be lawful for the Administrator
to set apart such portions of land within the con-
fines of the Village as he may consider necessary
for opening up, making and repairing roads and
paths and for such other purposes he may consider
necessary for the convenience of the public.

10. (1) It shall be lawful for the Adminis-
trator to set apart portions of land within or
without the Village, as he may think fit, for the
purpose of such lands being cultivated or used for
grazing in such manner and for such purposes as
as the Administrator in Council shall from time
to time direct.

(2) Lands so set apart may be allotted and
divided among the Anegadians in such plots as the
Administrator shall deem expedient.

11. For the purposes of sections 12 and 13
references to unallotted lands shall be construed
as meaning lands without the confines of the
Village not set apart pursuant to section 10.


12.
trust to
dians for


Vinovf
VlnGr
ISLANDS.
Re ervation
of land in the
Village for
roads anw
othor public
purpose's,



RcservRtion
of lawds to be
cultivated and
grazed,


D41unition of
" unallottzd
lands "


All unallotted lands shall be held in Unallotted
lands to be
be administered on behalf of the Anega- held in trust.
purposes connected with the Island.


13. No grant or disposition of any rights in
or to unallotted lands shall be made except by way
of lease for such purpose and subject to such terms
and conditions as to the Administrator in Council
may seem fit.

14. (1) All money accruing, due and pay-
able, or paid from any source whatsoever under and
by virtue of the provisions of this Ordinance shall
be paid into the Treasury and shall then be placed
to a separate account to be described and known as
the Anegada Account ".


Disposition
of unallotted
lands to be by
way of lease.



Moneys re-
ceived to be
paid into a
separate ac-
count to be
called 'Atiega-
da Account".


(2) All such moneys shall be applied and
expended solely for the purposes connected with the
Island as the Administrator may.direct.

16. The Administrator in Council may make Power to
regulations for the carrying into effect the provi- t rionsgu
sions and purposes of this Ordinance.









VIRGIN 4 Anegada, Nu. 17 of 1961.
ISLANDS.
Repeal. 16. The Lands Title Anegada Ordinance,
3/1885. 1885, is hereby repealed.

ommence. 17. This. Ordinance shall come into operation
on a date to be appointed by the Administrator by
proclamation published in the Gazette.

G. J. BRYAN,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council the 1st day of
June, 1961.

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

FIRST SCHEDULE

ALL 'I'IAT portion of the Island commonly called
"the Settlent'ut" containing by admeasuremnnt approx-
imately 35' acre-s and bounded as follows:-
On the North, for a distance of six thousand feet by
the Government airfield and other Crown lands;
On the East and West for a distance of two thousand
six hundred feet by Crown lands; and
On the South by the sea;
anl having stone monuments 'at the North-Eastern and
North-Western corners and near to the South-eastern
and South-western corners.

SECOND SCHEDULE

1. Grants shall not be made to persons other than
Anegadians.

2. Every grant shaIll contain such reservations of
thi rights of the Crown t, such precious stones, metals,
min.~s, miinerals or min.-ral oils as may to the Administra-
tor semins lit.
3. Lands in respect of which application is made for
for a Crown grantlshtall first be surveyed if the Adminis-
trator thinks it desirable and a surveyor is available for
thi purpose.

4. The costs of survey and of the drawing up of
tho DtcEd of grant shall be charged to the grantee,


---- -- ---~77-rm,,- ---~--, ~









No. 17 of 1961. Anegada. 5 VIRGIN
ISLANDS.
5. Where occupation of the land applied for can be
shown either by the actual occupant'or by those from
whom he holds during a period of ten years next before
application is made for a grant of the land, the land shall
be granted to the occupant and a grant may issue of all
right and title of the Crown in such land, but without
prejudice to the right of any other claimant.
6. Where the land applied for has been occupied for
a less period than ten years and it is proved to the satis-
faction of the Administrator that any considerable
amount of capital has been expended on it, a grant may
issue in the same way and on the same terms as land
occupied for ten years.
7. All applications for Crown Grants shall be in
writing addressed to the Administrator and no grant
shall issue unless notice of the application in respect
thereof has been published in a newspaper (if any) circu-
lating in the Colony, posted for general information on
the door of the Court House in the Town of Road Town
and fastened up in conspicuous places in the Village for a
period of not less than twenty-one days.
8. Any person having grounds for opposing the
passing of a grant shall within twenty-eight days from
the publication of the application give to the Administra-
tor written notice of such opposition, and the Administra-
tor shall thereupon inform the applicant of the opposition
and fix a day for determining the application.
9. Upon the date fixed for the determining the
application the Administrator, or the Magistrate autho-
rised by him in writing, shall hear both the person
opposing and the person applying for the grant and their
witnesses and shall record his reasons for sustaining or
opposing the application as the case may be.
10. Land in the Village in respect of which a
grant has passed shall not be alienated, let or encumb-
ered for a period of ten years from the passing of the
grant without the written authority of the Administrator,
and any land so alienated, let or encumbered shall immi-
diately be forfeited to the Crown and any right, estate of
interest purported to be created thereby shall immediately
be extinguished.
In this paragraph the expression "alienated" does
not refer to or include an involuntary alienation as in ihe
case of descent or bankruptcy or an alienation arising on
a devise by will.

Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Islands
by EARL PrGOTT, Government Printer.-By Authority
1961.


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No. 21 of 1961. Vehicles and Road Traffgo VIRGIN
S (Amendment No. 2) ISLANDS.
I ASSENT,
G. J. BRYAN,
Administrator,
9th June, 1961.

VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No 21 of 1961.
An Ordinance to amend further the Vehicles and
Road Traffic Ordinance, 1954.
*[ 9th June, 1961 ] Commence
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Vehicles. Short title.
and Road Traffic (Amendment No. 2) Ordinance,
1961, and shall be read as one with the Vehicles 1/15'5.
and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1954, as amended 16/196;.
hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance,
2. The Principal Ordinance is hereby further Amendment
of the Princi-
amended as follows:- pal Ordinance.
(a) by substituting the following section
for section 20 thereof:-
"peed. 20. (1) The Commission may by
notice published in the Gazette and
in a newspaper (if any) published in
the Colony declare any road or any
portion thereof to be within a speed
limit area:
Provided that prior to the pub-
lication of such notice, the limits of
such area shall be designated by
conspicuous and appropriate signs on
or near the road both at the com-
mencement and at the termination of
such area. The Commisuion may
vary or revoke any such notice.
(2) No person shall drive a motor
vehicle of such description or class
as is specified in the Second Schedule








VIRGIN S Vehicles and Road Trafo No. 21 of 1961.
ISLANDS. ( Amendment No. 2)
to this Ordinance at a speed greater than
the speed so specified as the maximum
speed in relation to a vehicle of that
class or description, on a road or any
portion thereof declared by the Com-
mission to be within a speed limit area
in the manner hereinbefore provided,
or otherwise than as specified in the said
Schedule. Any person who acts in
contravention of this subsection shall
be liable on summary conviction to
a fine not exceeding one hundred
dollars in the currency of the United
StaLes of America, and to be disqualified
from holding or obtaining a driver's
licence for such period as the court
shall think fit.
(3) A person charged under this
section with the offence of driving a
motor vehicle of such class or descrip-
tion on such a road at a speed greater
than the maximum speed allowed in the
case of a vehicle of that class or descrip-
tion, shall not be liable to be convicted
of the offence solely on the evidence of
one witness to the effect that in the
opinion of the wit',ess the person
charged was driving the vehicle at such
greater speed.
(4) Any person who aids abets,
counsels or procures any person who
is employed by him to drive such motor
vehicle on a road, whether as registered
owner or as the temporary possessor of
the use of the motor vehicle under a
hiring agreement, to commit an offence
under this section shall be liable on
summary conviction to a fine not ex-
ceeding seventy-five dollars in the
currency of the United States of
America.
(5) The Commission may, by order
under its hand, prohibit the driving of
motor vehicles generally or of particular
classes of motor vehicles over any







No. 21 of 1981. Vehicles a-'d Road Traffc 3 VIRGIN
(Amendment No. 2) ISLANDS.
bridge at a speed greater than that
specified in such order. Anv such
order shall be published in the Ga:ette,
and the limit of speed to be observed
shall be indicated on notice boards to be
fixed at'such bridge.

(6) The Administrator in Council
may by order vary, amend or revoke
any of the provisions of the Second
Schedule to this Ordinance."
(b) by substituting the following for the
Second Schedule thereto:-
"SECOND SCHEDULE
SPEED LIMITS
1. The maximum speed on any road
or portion thereof declared by the
Public Transport Commission to be
within a speed limit area in respect of
any class of vehicle shall be fifteen (15)
miles per hour.
2. The maximum speed on any
road not within a speed limit area in
respect of any class of vehicle shall be
thirty (30) miles per hour."

G. J. BRYAN,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council the 1st day of
June, 1961.
RALPH T. O'NEAL,
Clerk of the Council.






Printed at the Government Printin Offe, Antigua, Leeward lelmidm
by EARL PlooTT, Government Printnb -By Authority.
1961.


[Prioe 9 oenfs.]


500-11.61.







No. 23 of 1961. Marriages (Validation) VIRGIN
ISLANDS.
[L.S.]
I AssENT,
G. J. BRYAN,
Administrator.
9th June, 1961.

VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No. 23 of 1961.
An Ordinance relating to the celebration of certain
marriages.
[9th June, 1961. ] Commence.
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Mar. Short title.
riages ( Validation) Ordinance, 1961.

2. For the avoidance of any doubt which may Marriaces
arise as to the validity of the celebration of certain specified in
the Schedule
marriages performed or purported to have been deemed to
performed by the Registrar General of the Colony, havebeen
and notwithstanding anything contained in the 1eebrted.
Marriage Ordinance, 1924, or in any law amending 6/1924.
or relating to the same, the marriages, the particulars
of which are set out in the Schedule hereto, shall be
deemed to have been validly celebrated.


G. J. BRYAN,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this let day of
June, 1961.
RALPH T. O'NEAL.
Clerk of the Council.










Marriages ( Validation)


SCHEDULE


No. 23 of 1961.


When
Married


21st
March,
1969.




25th
June,
1969.




3rd
September,
1959.





26th
November,
1959.





26th
August,
1960.


Names and
Surnames
of Parties


Josehpus
Williams

Floresa
Rosalia
Chinnery

John Henry
Barry

Anita
Gertrude
Smith

James
Archibald
Leonard

Thelma
Stevens


James
Archibald
Smith

Sussanah
Rebecca
Graoia


Joseph
Farrington


Ares


Condition



Divorcee


Spinster



Divorcee


Widow



Bachelor



Spinster



Batohelor



Spinster


49 Divorcee


Rank.
Profession
or Occupa-
tion

Sea
Captain

Seamstress



Labourer


Domestic



Labourer



Seamstress



Labourer



Domestic
Worker



Mechanic F


Lucy Felix 28 Spinster Seamstress


Residence
at time of
Marriage


Road
Town

Road
Town


Sea Cow
Bay

Sea Cow
Bay


West End



West End



Duff's
Bottom


Slaney..
Tortola



load Town,
Tortola

Dominica,
W. I.


Place of
Marriage


Registrar
General's
Office




i '


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VIRGIN ISLANDS.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1961, No. 1.


THE AERODROME REGULATIONS, 1961, DATED JANUARY 12TH,
1961, AND MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR IN COUNCIL
UNDER SECTION 3 OF THE AERODROMES ORDINANCE, 1960
(No. 9 or 1960),


1. CITATION. These Regulations may be cited as the
Aerodrome Regulations, 1961.
2. INTERPRETATION. In these Regulations-
"Divisional Officer." means the senior police officer in
charge of the Police Division in the Colony;
livestock" includes any horse, mule, ass, swine, sheep,
goat, dog, cat, and any animal of the bovine species;
restricted area and restricted place mean any area
or building at the aerodrome, designated by a notice
signed by the Divisional Officer as a restricted area or
restricted place;
the aerodrome" means the Beef Island aerodrome and
includes all the Crown Property where the said
aerodrome is situate;
Treasurer means the officer for the time being perform-
ing the duties of Treasurer of the Colony.

PART I.

CONTROL OF AIRPORT-GENERAL AIRCRAFT.

3. CONTROL. (1) All persons on any part of the aero-
drome shall be governed by the provisions prescribed in these
Regulations and by orders and instructions of the Divisional
Officer relative to the use or occupation of any part of the
aerodrome.









(2) The Divisional Officer may, with the approval of the
Administrator, delegate such authority as may be necessary to
such person or persons as may be approved for the purpose, to
ensure the smooth and efficient operation of the aerodrome at
all times.
4. PARKING OF AIRCRAFT. No person shall park air-
craft in any part of the aerodrome other than that prescribed
by the Divisional Officer.
5. INTERFERING AND TAMPERING WITH AIRCRAFT. No
person shall interfere or tamper with any aircraft on the
aerodrome or put in motion the engine of such aircraft without
the permission of the owner.
6. REPAIR OF AIRCRAFT. No aircraft, aircraft engines,
propellers, or any other appliances thereof, shall be repaired in
any area of the aerodrome other than that specially designated
by the Divisional Officer.
PART II.
RESTRICTED AREAS AND PLACES REGULATION OF ADMISSION
AND CONDUCT.
7. lIESTRICTED AREAS AND PLACES. No person shall
enter any restricted arca or place except with the general or
specific written permission of the Divisional Officer and subject
to such conditions as may be prescribed.
8. PARTICULAR AREAS. No person shall enter or be
upon the loading platform of the aerodrome or any place
appointed by the Tresulrer by notice in writing under his hand
to be a customs area for the purpose of these Regulations
except-
(a) persons assigned to duty therein;
(b) authorized representatives of the Government;
(c) persons authoiised by the Divisional Officer;
(d) passengers entering thereon for purposes of
embarkation (f debarkation; and
(e) persons authorised by the Treasurer.
9. CARRYING ON EUSINESS, No person shall carry on
any business of trade cn the aerodrome except with the
approval of the Divisional Officer and under such terms and
conditions as lie may prescribe.










10. SOLICITING. No person shall solicit for any purpose
on the acrodrome without the permission of the Divisional
Officer.
11. ADVERTISEMENTS. No person shall post, distribute,
or display any signs, advertisements, circulars, printed or
written matter at the aerodrome except with the approval of
the Divisional Officer and in such manner as he may prescribe.
12. ANIMALS. (1) No person shall bring into the aero-
drome or tether or cause to be tethered or permit to stray on
to the aerodrome any livestock.
(2) It shall be lawful for the Divisional Officer or any
police officer to seize and to impound any livestock found
straying or tethered on the aerodrome and to shoot any
livestock found straying on the aerodrome.
(3) This Regulation shall not apply in respect of any
animal which has arrived by air or is intended for despatch by
air at the aerodrome and which is restrained by leash or
confined in such manner as to be controlled.
13. DISPOSAL OF LOST ARTICLES. Any person finding a
lost article on the aerodrome shall deposit it at the Police
Station at East End, Tortola.
14. DISORDERLY CONDUCT. No person shall commit an
disorderly, obscene or indecent act or cause any nuisance on
the aerodrome.
15. GAMBLING. No person shall engage in gambling in
any form or operate gambling devices anywhere in the
aerodrome.
16. SANITATION. No person shall-
(a) dispose of garbage, papers or refuge or other
material on the aerodrome except in the receptacles
provided for that purpose;
(h) use a sanitary convenience on the aerodrome
otherwise than in a clean and sanitary manner
17. PRESERVATION OF PROPERTY. No person shall-
(a) destroy, injure, deface, or disturb in any way
>.ny building, sign, equipment, marker, or other structure,
tree, flower, lawn or other public property on the
aerodrome;










(b) trespass on lawns and planted areas on the
aerodrome;
(c) abandon any personal property on the aerodrome.
(2) No person shall, without the permission in writing
of the Superintendent of Public Works, in addition to any
other approval that may be required:-
(a) erect, alter, move, paint or distemper any
buildings sign, marker or other structure either on an
aerodrome or within 300 feet of the middle of the
aerodrome landing area;
(b) lay any cable, wire, or pipe or dig on any part of
the aerodrome.
18. AIRPORT AND EQUIPMENT. NO person shall interfere
with, tamper with or injure any part of the aerodrome or any
of the equipment thereof.

19. FIREARMS, EXPLOSIVES AND INFLAMMABLE MATE-
RIALS. (1) No person except duly authorised members of the
Armed Forces or the Police Force on official duty shall carry
firearms, explosives, or inflammable materials on the aerodrome
without the written permission of the Divisional Officer.

(2) All persons other than the excepted class shall
surrender all such objects in their possession to the police in
the aerodrome.
(3) The Government and the Divisional Officer assume
no responsibility for any loss or damage to any such objects so
surrendered to the police.

PART III.
CONTROL OF TRAFFIC.

20. GENERAL. No person shall operate any motor
vehicle on the aerodrome otherwise than in accordance with the
Vehicles and Road Traffic Regulations in force in the Colony
unless otherwise prescribed by the Divisional Officer except in
cases of emergency involving danger to life or property.
21. PASSENGERS. No motor vehicle shall load or unload
passengers in the aerodrome at any place other than that
designated by the Divisional Officer,









22.. OPERATIOW RULES. (1) Pesdestrians within pedes-
trian land markings shall have right of way over vehicular
traffic.
(2) No person shall operate a motor vehicle in the aero-
drome contrary to the directions of traffic signs.
23. PAIKING. No person shall park a motor vehicle in
the aerodrome other than in the manner directed by the
Divisional Officer.
24. INTOXICATION. No person under the influence of
liquor or narcotic drugs shall operate a vehicle of any kind on
the aerodrome.
25. ACCIDENT REPORTS. All persons involved in any
accident in the aerodrome and all witnesses thereto shall report
without delay to the Police Station at East End, Tortola.
PART IV.
MISCELLANEOUS.
26. PENALTIES. (1) Any person who violates any
Regulation prescribed herein, or any order or instruction issued
by the Divisional Officer or his representatives, may be
removed or ejected from the aerodrome by the Divisional
Officer and his representatives or on their instructions and may
be deprived of the further use of the aerodrome and its
facilities for such time as may be necessary to ensure the safety
of the aerodrome and the public.
(2) Any person who contravenes or fails to comply with
any of these Regulations, shall be liable on summary conviction
to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars in the currency of the
United States of America.
Made by the Administrator in Council the 10th day of
January, 1961.
NORWELL HARRIGAN,
Secretary to Government
Approved by the Legislative Council this 12th day of
January, 1961.
C. B. ROMNWY,
Clerk of the Council.
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VIRGIN ISLANDS.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1961, No. 9.


RESOLUTION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE COLONY
OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS MADE UNDER SECTION 18A OF
THE CUSTOMS DUTIES ORDINANCE, 1927 (No. 9 oF 1927)
AS AMENDED.
BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislative Council of the
Colony of the Virgin Islands that the following articles impor-
ted into the Colony between the. 1st day of January, 1961,
and the 31st day of December, 1962, shall be exempt from
Customs Duty:
(1) Machinery for road-making and building construction
consisting of the following, with all assessories but excluding
spare parts:-
(a) Angledozers
(b) Bituminous layers and distributors
(c) Bituminous boilers
(d) Bituminous mixers
(e) Brooms, mechanical dragging
(f) Bulldozers
(g) Compressors of not less than $500 US currency
each in value
(h) Concrete mixers, of not less than 1 cubic yard
in capacity
(i) Concrete dumpers
(j) Concrete spreaders
(k) Concrete vibrators
(1) Cranes
(m) Dredgers, mechanically operated bucket or
suction types
(n) Drilling rigs
(o) Excavators and other earth moving machinery
not otherwise classified
(p) Graders
(q) Metal concrete forms
(r) Payloaders
(s) Rollers of not less than 1 ton in total weight
(t) Stone crushers









(u) Stone spreaders
(r) Tractor, petrol or diesel operated, trailers and
other attachments

(2) Steam or Solar distillation plant and accessories for
converting salt water into fresh water, but excluding spare
parts.
Passed the Legislative Council the 6th day of April, 1961.

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


































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VIRGIN ISLANDS


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1961, No, 18.


THE PUBLIC HOLIDAY (OPENING OF SHOPs) ORDER, 1961,
DATED JULY 11TH, 1961, MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR
IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 8 OF TIIE PUBfIC HOLIDAYS
ACT, 1954 (No. 19 or 1954), As AMNDED,


WHEREAS by section 8 of the Public Holidays Act,
1954 (No. 19 of 1954), as amended, it is provided notwith-
standing anything contained in the said Act the Administrator
with the advice of the Executive Council, may from time to
time by order published in the Gazette, permit any class of
shop or store specified in such order to be kept open on a
public holiday for the sale of any article in the Colony or any
part thereof during such hours and subject to such terms and
conditions as may be prescribed by such order:

The Administrator with the advice of the Executive
Council is pleased to order and it is hereby ordered as follows:-

1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Public
Holidays (Opening of Shops) Order, 1961.

2. Opening of shops. All shops and stores in the
Colony of whatever nature may be kept open on Monday the
7th day of August, 1961, for the sale therein of any articles
between the hours of 7.00 a.m. and 11.00 p.m. on the said day.

Made by the Administrator in Council this 11th day of
July, 1961.

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


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VIRGIN ISLANDS.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1961, No. 15.


THE CENSUS REGULATIONS, 1961, DATED JULY 25,
1961, MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATORIN COUNCIL
UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE CENSUS ORDINANCE,
1946 (No. 3 OF 1946).


1. These Regulations may he cited as the citation.
Census Regulations, 1961.

2. In these Regulations- Interprets.
tion,
"census forms" means forms issued by the
Census Officer for the recording of census
information;
"census information" means all particulars
required under an order made under sec-
tion 2 of the Ordinance;
"the Ordinance means the Census Ordinance,
1946.
3. The Census Officer shall divide the Colony Division of
into Supervisor's Districts, and every such Supervi- itclny into
sor's District into Enumeration Districts, and shall
prepare a written description of every Supervisor's
District and Enumeration District.
4. (1) The Census Officer shall appoint such Appointment
of Supervi-
numbers of suitable persons as he may deem neces- sors ,an
sary to be Supervisors and Enumerators and shall Enumerators.
assign each Supervisor to one or more Supervisor's
Districts and each Enumerator to one or more
Enumeration Districts.
(2) Notice of the appointment of every Super-
visor shall be published in the Gazette.
(3) The Census Officer may designate each
Enumerator's assignment as either ordinary or
special.









(4) Where it appears to the Census Officer that
asSupervisor or Enumerator is, by reason of illness
or for any other cause, unfit to perform his duties
under the Ordinance or these Regulations, the Cen-
sus Oflicer may appoint some fit aIid proper person
in his place to perform those duties.
Duties of 5. It shall be the duty of every Supervisor-
Supervisors
(a) to advise the Census Officer on the
division of his Supervisor's District or Districts
into Enumeration Districts and on the appoint-
ment of suitable persons as Enumerators;
(b) to give all necessary instructions to
Enumerators in his Supervisor's District or
Districts;
(c) to issue to Enumerators all census
forms and other articles necessary for the taking
of the census;
(d) to examine all entries made in census
forms by Enumerators and, where it appears
upon examination that any census information
in any form is defective or has been omitted, to
require the Enumerator responsible for filling
up the form to take steps to correct the defec-
tive information or to supply the missing
information;
(,) to make emergency arrangements to
replace any Enumerator who may be unable to
carry out his duties;
(f) to receive, examine and transmit to
the Census Officer all census forms and other
articles delivered to him by the Enumerators
iu his Supeisisor's District;
(y) to provide at the conclusion of the
enumeration a written report on the work of
the Enumerators in his Supervisor's District,
and to witnPss such declarations by the said
Enumerrator as the Census Officer may require
him to witness: and
(ih) to carry out generally any written in-
strctiolns issued to him by the Census Officer
for the purpose of taking the census,









6. It shall be the duty of every Enumerator- Dntie, of
/I I^ ,* ._ C .. Enumerators.
(a) to meet the Supervisor at such times E
and places as the Supervisor may direct;
(b) to preserve carefully any written in-
structions, books, forms, documents or any
other articles or things issued to him in connec-
tion with his duties and to return them in good
condition to the Supervisor at the conclusion of
the enumeration or when called upon to do so;
(c) to visit personally every inhabited or
habitable dwelling or places required by the
Supervisor to be visited in the Enumeration
District or Districts to which he may be
assigned, to obtain all information necessary for
filling up of the census forms and to fill up
accurately and faithfully census forms with
respect to every such dwelling or place;
(d) to make further visits to dwellings or
places required by the Supervisor to be visited
if on a first visit thereto the required informa-
tion cannot be obtained, and at the direction of
the Supervisor to revisit any dwelling or place
for the purpose of supplying omissions or
correcting or verifying entries in any census
form;
(e) to assist any other Enumerator in the
performance of his duties in any other Enumera-
tion District if so directed by the Supervisor;
and
(f) to carry out generally such instruc-
tions of the Census Officer or of the Supervisor
as may be issued for the purpose of taking the
census.
7. Every Supervisor shall, at the time when Declaration
he transmits the census forms for his Supervisor's astoperform-
District or Districts to the Census Officer, maIke in anceofduties.
the presence of the Census Officer or of a Justice of
the Peace a written declaration as to the due and
faithful performance of his duties.
8. Every Enumerator shall, on the acceptance Declarations
of his appointment and also on the completion of of Enume-
his duties, make in the presence of the Supervisor a rators.
written declaration as to the due and faithful per-
formance of his duties.









Duty of a 9. Every person with respect to whom census
ifeontoive information is required by any Order to be furnished
to Enume- shall upon demand give to an Enumerator such
reset to census information with respect to himself.
himself.
Duty of a 10. Every person, who is required by any
iormaton Order to furnish census information with respect to
with respect other persons, shall upon demand furnish to an
rto othr Enumerator such census information with respect to
those other persons. A
Duty of person 11. Every person, with respect to whom it is
t ive infor- the duty of another person prescribed by any Order
motion to pre-
scribed person, to furnish census information, shall upon demand
give such census information to such prescribed
person.

Made by the Administrator in Council this 25th
day of July, 1961.
RALPH T. O'NEAL,
Clerk of the Council.


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VIRGIN ISLANDS


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1961, No. 16.

THE AGRICULTURAL CENSUS ORDER, 1961, DATED 25TH JULY,
1961, MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR UNDER SECTION 2
OF THE CENSUS ORDINANCE, 1946 (No. 3 OF 1946).


1. CITATION. This Order may be cited as the Agricultural
Census Order, 1961.
2. AGRICULTURAL CENSUS. An Agricultural census of
the Colony shall be taken between the 3rd and 24th days of
September, 1961.
3. PERSONS BY WHOM INFORMATION TO BE FURNISHED.
Information shall be provided by the head of every household
and farm operator in the Colony.
4. PARTICULARS TO BE STATED IN RETURNS. The
following particulars shall be stated, if required, in respect of
persons by whom information is to furnished:-
(a) In relation to tenure and management of land
used for agricultural purposes, and livestock-
(i) the name and address of every head of household
and farm operator, and the number of parcels
used, occupied, managed or operated for agricul-
tural purposes;
(ii) the acreage of such parcels;
(iii) the forms of tenure under which such parcels are
held by the owner or occupier of such parcels;
(iv) the location of such parcel or parcels;
(v) the acreage of any part of such parcel or parcels
let or rented out to other persons;
(vi) the age of the farm operator;
(vii) the names and addresses of the owners or holders
of such parcel or parcels;
(viii) the legal status of such owners and holders;
(ix) the main occupation of such owners or holders;
(x) the place of residence of such owners or holders in
relation to the parcels owned or held.









(b) In relation to land utilization and in respect of
every parcel operated by a farm operator, the acreage
under-
(i) permanent crops;
(ii) other crops;
(iii) permanent grassland cultivated;
(iv) permanent grassland uncultivated;
(v) forest and woodland;
(vi) built on and service area.
(c) In relation to crops, and in respect of every
parcel operated by a farm operator-
(i) the acreage reaped or harvested during a specified
twelve-month period;
(ii) the production from such area reaped or harvested;
(iii) the number of trees, shoots or plants growing on
a specified day.
(d) In relation to livestock and poultry-
(i) the number kept by the farm operator on a speci-
fied day, by species, sex and age;
(ii) the number slaughtered, sold alive for slaughter
or export, and lost during a specified 12-month
period by species, sex or age.
(e) In relation of employment in agriculture, and in
respect of every parcel operated by the farm operator-
the number of persons of each sex paid and unpaid,
employed in agriculture during a specified week.

() In relation to the farm population-
(i) the number of persons in the farm operator's
household, by age and sex;
(ii) in the case of co-operative, collective and com-
munal farms, the number of participants, by sex.
(g) In relation to agricultural power and machinery
and general transport means the type number
wholly owned by the owner or holder of each. of
the following items:-
(i) Internal combustion engines;
(ii) Electric motors;
(iii) Tractors;
(iv) Ploughs,
(v) Rotary tillers;
(vi) Harrows;









(vii) Cultivators;
(viii) Sprayers and dusters;
(ix) Carts, trays;
(x) Trailers;
(xi) Trucks, vans and pick-ups;
(xii) Jeeps and Land Rovers;
(xiii) Automobiles, estate cars and station wagons;
(xiv) Copra driers;
(xv) Cocoa driers.
(h) In relation to irrigation, and in respect of every
parcel operated by the farm operator-
(i) method or methods used for such irrigations;
(ii) source of water supply for irrigation.
(i) In relation to fertilizers and soil dressings, and in
respect of every parcel operated by the operator-
the type of fertilizer so applied.
(i) In relation to wood products, and in respect of
each parcel--
the quantity produced during a specified 12-month
period.
(k) In relation to water supplies
S(i) the source of water available for farm purposes;
(ii) the source of water available for domestic use.
Dated this 25th day of July, 1961.
G. J. BRYAN,
Administrator.











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