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Group Title: Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette.
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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Language: English
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Publisher: Govt. Printer.
Place of Publication: St. John's?, Antigua
Publication Date: December 14, 1961
Frequency: weekly (irregular)
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Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
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Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
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Montserrat
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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

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    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 14 of 1961: Magistrate's Code of Procedure Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1961
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    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 25 of 1961: Government Electricity, Ice and Cold Storage (No. 2) Regulations, 1961
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    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 28 of 1961: Proclamation dated December, 12, 1961, proroguing the Legislative Council of Antigua
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    Antigua Bill: Pensions Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1961
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    Antigua Bill: Summary Jurisdiction Act (Amendment No. 2) Ordinance, 1961
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    Antigua Bill: Small Trespass Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1961
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TR I ,

ANTIGUA, MX


RAT


AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.

Sublished by ceuthority.

VOL. VI. THURSDAY, 14Th DECEM|IBER, 1961. No. 57.


Noticees.


It is notified that His Honour the
Administrator has appointed MR.
WILLIAMS ST. PIRAN MAGIN HAN-
COCK, Financial Secretary and 'reats-
urer, to be a member of the Executive
and Legislative Councils of the Colony
with effect from the 13th November
and 20tl November, 1961, respective-
ly in the place of MR. N. E. A.
HARRIGAN, Secretary to Government,
who has resigned his appointment as
an Official Member.

Administrator's Office,
Tortola, Virgin Islands.
27th November. 1961

It is notified for g-neral informa-
tion, that merchants, contractors and
other persons having claims against
the Gove-rnmnnt should submit their
claims to the department concerned
not latpr than the 15th day December
1961, in order that payments may be
made at the Treasury by 23rd Decemn-
Lbr 1961.

E. G. K. CHALLENGER,
Ag. Accountant General.

No. 69.
The following Bills which are to be
introduced into the Legislative Coun-
oil of Antigua are circulated with tiis
Gazette and form part thereof:-
The Pensions Act (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1961 ".
"The Summary Jurisdiction Act
(Amendment No. 2) Ordinance, 1961"
"The Small Trespass Act (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1961."


No. 70.
The following Ordinance and
Statutory Rules and Orders are circu-
lated with this Gazette and form
part thereof:-
ORDINANCE.
Antigwua.
No. 14 of 1961. "The Magistrate's
Code of Procedure Act (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1961." 8pp. Price 19 cts.


STATI'TORY HIILEs & ORDERS
Antigusa.
No. 25 of 1961. Thl Government
Electricily, Ice & Coll Storage (No. 2)
Regulations. 1961.
2 pp. Price 7 cts.
No. 28 of 1961, "Proclamation
dated December 12, 1961, proroguing
the Legislative Council of Antigna.
2 pp. Price 7 cts.

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin Islands
Gazette.
Suljbcription to The Antigna,
Montserrat & Virgin Islands Gazette"
expires on 31st Deoeimbhr. 1961.
Subscriptions are p a b 1le in
advance.
Annual rates are:--
$24.00 per annum Within West
Indies Federation.


$26.00 ,


,, Outside West
Indies Federation.


All amounts should be male pay-
able to: -
THE SUPERINTENDENT,
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, W. I.

OFFICE OF THE ADMINISTRA-
TOR OF ESTATES, ANTIGUA,
5th ,November, 1961.
In the matter of the Estate of Jacob
James. latf- of Clar(- Hall in the Parish
of St. John in the Island of Antigua.
UNHIEPRESENTED
Take notice that creditors residing
within the Colony are to come in and
prove their debts on or before the
31st March, 1962 against the estate of
the abovewmin-d deceased, who died
in the Island of Antigua on the 24th
day of January, 1958, and that Cred-
itors residing out of the Colony are
to come in and prove their debts
against the said Estate on or before
the 31st July, 1962.
In default of their so doing they
will be excluded from any benefit
arising from such Estate.
HENRY J. ELwIN,
Ag. Administrator of Estate.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA 15th July, 1961.
THE COCO-COLA COMPANY
of 515 Madison Avenue, City and
State of New York U. S. A. have ap-
plied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:-


HI-C

in Class 44. that is to say minerals
and aerated waters, natural and arti-
ficial, including ginger beer.
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 within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin
Islands fGaette give notice in dupli-
cat" at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.

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

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 23rd June, 1961.
AUTHUR GUINNESS SON & COM-
PANY (DUBLIN) LIMITED of
St. James' Gate, Dublin, Repnblio of
Ireland have applied for Registration
of one Trade Mark consisting of the
following:-

JET

in Class 43. that is to say stout, porter,
ale and lager beer.
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 within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat & Vir-
gin Islands Gazette," give notice in
duplicate at the Trade Marks Offioe,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Marks.

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


3,28 7,?7

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PI{ADE NTA IRKS (WP~ ICE,
A N'IGtUA.'.2211d>i'ti'r 1961;

i. \ A Liii 1t) 1 E:P:Ill-
,S('i{.\ Iii of, i 1i."

Aatii r i ll wo fo


in ('Clss 41 in res.-cr, of Ariu rial anid
aerated witrs anlid nim iionaloholic
drinks: syriips and other preparations
for making lieveragels.

The Applic;iaioins clain that they
have nsi-d thle 4aid ''rade Malrk in
respect of the said goods for 24 years
bhforo tile date of their said A pplica-
tion.

Any person may within three
months from tli late of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the A ntigua, Moitiserrat, and Virgin
l4ands Gazetie give notice in tdupli-
cato at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua
of opposition to registration of th-
kaid Trade Mark.

IIIENRY J. ELWIN.
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 22nd Novolmber, 1961.

THE COCA COLA COMPANY of
515 Madison Avenue. New Yirk State
of New York, I. S. A. have applied
for Registration of One T''radl Mark
consisting of the followingi:--


in Class 44 that is to say beverages.
non-alcoholic

The Applicants claim that they have
not used the said Trade Mark in re-
spect of the said goods before the date
of their said Application.

Any person may within three
months from.the date of the first ap-
pearance of this Advertisement in the
Antiqua, Montserrat, and Virqin


l..:lJif-is ;''ze:'/, L.u v,' litio.= in l u pli-
,';tLI :IU L ";'r.1- ,' .'* r l s i ,'.o.. A :,li u :t


Vo!i r :,f :'V- 0/ril Ai lekR.



% r r i.i M k. .




: \: :. i:!, I :, ,r 'it -y ,n.l State
,I t 1- '. t '. o. i. lav.. pl; i for
??,il": ion .if ,n T'rail Mark con-
sis i .' ,: th' l f'ilh win ::-

SPRITE
inti li 4-2, ihat i-s o say foods and
ilI'_.r.' i lla <'' of loo,!s

n1'h '.p) i'an:. Ec l i.hat they have
not, iu- I 'iie said Tradel Mark in re-
mp-ct o)!' t Hiiil Stid go is before tlle date
of iheir said Application.

Any person miay within t iiree
miionths fr'in the dato of the Lirst. mp-
pearainc, o Antigua. .lontsPri-,r(, Islands t,'rtz't, give notice in duInpli-
rate at the 'Triade a rks Onico,
A.ntigii:. if oppi)si:i(o t.o rog-istration
of the :tidt T'rade Mark.
IIINRY .1. ELWIN.
-I! /lrfftle~rar of Trade Mark.


'TIA D[E M1 AHiKS OFFICE,
Mu l.;iHAT 'i' 21t Novemnlbr, 19t1.

(00ci COLA CO'tMPANY of 515
Madin..I A venue. (City and State of
Nnw Y rrik, I united Stat-s of A erica,
have appliedl for Registration Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing -


in Class 44 that is to say: Beverages
and Syrups for the manufacture of
such beverages.

The applicants claim that they have
not used the said Trade Mark before
the date of this application.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertismrnt in
the Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin
Islands Gazette", give notice in dupli-
cate at tile Trade Marks Office. Mont-
serrat, of opposition of the said Trade
Mark.
I). F. JOHNSON,
RitVistrar of 79rde Marks.


()Vl'TSI; lt AT. I t:h A. I-', 1 !','fl.
1)1 )i.,IA- ) (XiMI\ NY of
'. t *.i! n S-tirt(et. New 'York 17.
N".' rk I S.\. have a,'tuli-i, for
{, i,'t l l( Fi g if hli fid lo nint:--






,









in Class 45, that is say "Tobacco,
whether mnainufacwtured or uinnaniufac-
tiureil ".

The Applicants claim that they have
uiied the said Tiiadl Mirk in r,.spect
of the said goods for thr e years be-
fore the date of their said Applie;ation.

Any person may within three
ioonths from tihe date of the first
appearance. of this Advortisemuint irn
thei Antigfua. Ilontsrrat, & 'irgii
Islatidls (lizert give notice in u pli-
cate at tile Tr;ad Marks Office, Mont-
s(-rrat, of opposition of the said Trade
Mar k.

I). F. JOHNSON.
Regfistrar of Trade Marks..

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,

ANrIGUA. 15th July, 1961.

THE 000-COLA COMPANY
cf 515 Madison Avenue, City ;uin
State of New York U. S. A. have ap-
plied for Registration of one Trad'i
Mark consisting of the following:-


MI-MA

in Class 42, that is to say foods aini
ingredients of foods.

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

Any person may within threr
months from the date of the first
appt'arance of this Advertisement in
theAntigtca, Montserrat Islands Gazette give notice in dnpli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.

HtNliY J. LLWIN,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Markl,


L'm; NT,, V, 16' ;, \] i i Pvc(.mber 11.
N1 ON ISLANI)S G.\Z:,-;'1-".


1'i'LAOF, MAWS 011--l-'I









December 14, 1961. Till'H ANTIGUA, MONTSERIkAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


TI'ADE MARKS OFFI'ICE.
MONTSERRAT 14th April, 190ll.

P. L.ORILLAUD COMPANY. of
200 Elst 42nd Street, New York 17,
New York U.S.A. have applied for
Registration of one 'T'r; e Mirk con-
sistiiig of the 'fllowi li-:-




~ij OLDGOLD
U i0
I S &'-=
8 O ?' b i
"v f! z-


*,


OLD GOLD


in Co~,.- .!7, tliat is to s;:y 'Tolicco.
whet iil.r .:t nt fact hired or unmanuface-
tureti ".

The Applicants claim that they have
used the said Tr;ad Mark in restilet
of the said goods for three years 1,e-
fore th.li date of their said Applicaiio n.

Any person may within tilln e
months front the date of the first
appearance of this: Aldv,-rtisuement in
thli An-l tigua, .Montllsrrh't (-f Virgin
Isllndi. Gaze'te give notice in dupli-
cate at, the Trade Marks Office, Mont-
serr;r, of opposition of the said Tralde
Mark.

D. F. JOHNSON,
Registrar of Trade Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTI(UA, 15th July, 1991.

L1GGETT & MEYERS TOBACCO
COMPANY of 630 Fifth Avenue, New
York, State of Now York, U.S.A. have
applied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:-


LARK
in Class 45, in respect of cigarettes
The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trado Mark in re-


aspect of the said goods since M:ay 31,
1920 before the date of their said
Application.

Any pers-n may within three
months from th'k date of the first ap-
pearance of this Adverttsement in the
Antiguyt. Jlodet-, (rat, (and Virgin
Islal'mds G(.i ttezr giv- tice in dupli-
cate at tile Trade Marks Office.
Antigua. of opposition to registration

HTIENRY .1. El,\\IN,
A,-. !regiiltrr of Trld,' .Marks.

AN'L'T>I:A.


THE lB IISTl'ATIOIN OF II 'NrI)E
KIN(G)Oo PtA''ENTs ACT 19:)25.

NOTICE 1S HE l IiY GIVEN that
Imporit l Cheinicol Industries I.td., of
Imperial f'heioical liouse Millbalnk
Lonidon S.W 1. Eugland have applied
for re;itr;ti, in Ai;i ,u if ited
Kiingdoim Patent. No. 813531 dated the
3rd day of April, 1957, and issued on
the 9th lday of September, 1959, and
lhve filed at th, Registrar's Office at
thle ('1,1rt House. St. John's Antigua,
a coniilelt.e copy of hli specifications
and til ('C-rtilic -:, of itl)- Comptroller
Geuertil of thie init-d Kingdom Patent
giving full p;irtinulars of this patent
which will b- opl>n to public inspec-
tion at the said oflice at any time
bl)tween the lioirs of 9.00 a.iin. and
3 30 p.m. on workini(l days except
Saturday whint thl hours will he
from 9.00 a in. 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.
Reqistrar's Office,
Court House,
St. John's, Antign a.


In the Supreme Court of the

Windward Islands and

Leeward Ilands.


ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.

A. D. 1901.


NOTICE IS HElIEH:Y GIVEN
that in pursuance of unlbt niade by
the Chief Justice under Section 16
of the Leeward Islands and Wind-
ward Islands (Court-) Order in Coun-
cil, 1939, and dul3 approved as
therein provided on the 19th day of
Junne, 1959, thl' Honourable Puisne
Judge selected for tie sitting of the
Court has aol"intt d thie day of tlh
inontll on which the fnsuinm Circuil
Court shall sit as follows, that is to
say:

The Antigua Circuit oi MONDAY,
the 8th day of January, 1962 at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon.

Dated the 7th diay of December.
1961.

HE tY J. ELWIN,
Ag. Registrar of Supreme Court.
Antigua Circuit.


RAINFALL FIGURES.

Agrioultural Department,

Antigna.


Month.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
Aug.
Sep.
Out.
Nov.
Dec. 9th

Total


1958
0.83
0.68
1.22
2.01
7.79
13.12
3.951
3.13
6.82
5.49
1.92
1.16


1981
2.16
2.31
1.84
0.74
2.11
2.90
4.29
15.012
2.43
3.50
6.8:4
0.74


40.6N 48.11 37.49 19.87 31.07








268 PHE ANTLLA. \l<)NT.,i-t;,. I &. VtLG[IN LSANS ijAZTT. [l),:.r,,[l,,Ar J-i, ]G96
!V>N KINbG( STATlISTi':-S: ILEKWAI) iSLANDS.
All figiir- s in West I ndian dollars.
Number tf banks repirtitine: 3 (Borelays lBank (D. C. 0.). Ro1dl Bank olf (anadla,
Antignn ('o-operative Bank Ltd.)
Figures for the Quarter ended 30th June. 1961.


I[ABILI TI ES.


Notes in crlou';,tion
)Deposits
(i) DemI-andi
(ii) Time
(iii) Savings


1"'


5.392.:3 10.2
970,34:13.;0
10,703,108.73


3. B llan,-s idue to:-
(a) Other banks in the (olony
(b) Banks abroad (incltud-
ing Head Office or
lrantllchtsR ontsidi tihe
Colony
(i) U.K. 3;7,.:8
(ii) U.S.A. 97,00o .9,
(iii) Canada 81.550.17
(iv) Elsewher, 84,145.14


4. Other Liabilities


$


17.


.30">.il 0
, ) 7, . 15




118,753.54


'2 2,735.t;7




532.481.13





98S5,048.49
-- I


A ASSETS.


1. CarFi


2. lHalanctis due by banks in the

3. Balances due from banks atlbrio'lI
'including Head Office or t)ranches
ouitsitd tih Colony) and other short
clainim such as bills discounted
dra;wni on abroad


(1) V.K.
ni) U.S.A.
iii) 'ianada
(iv) elsewhere

4. Loans
(a) Primary


5.5U4.731.86
110.0.)53.96
121.008.02
173,5,83.55

1,945,825,21


(b) 'hr,.r Industries 2,450.606.90
(,') Ohler Advances 4.586,5.58.54


5. Investmneuts
6. Other Assets


1.-29 ,4t1.02

'.)3,113.14




5,909,687.39


8,982,990.65


44,9(0.00
1,654.866.29

$17,985,048.49


Net Overseas AsaAts hAll against Local Liabilities $4,257,554.32.


ANTI[(UA SAVINGS BANK.

Amount for Deposits and Withdrawals for quarter ending 30th September, 1961.


DEPOSITS.

To balance at credit of Depositors
as at 1st July, 1961.

,, Deposits received

,, Interest credited to Depositors


$

821,506.49

86,179.95

3415.73


908,032.17


WITHDRAWALS.

By balance at credit of Depositor
as at 30th September, 1961.

Withdrawals


$

762,789.12

145,2.13.05




908,032.17


Statements of Assets and Liabilities as at 30th September, 1961.


LIABILITIES.


To balance at credit of Depositors
as at 30th September, 1961.
$
Interest Earned 26,136.18
Less Interest Paid 446.06
Sale of Pass Book
Treasurer


762,


25,



788,


1

By Inve
,789.12 ,,
Reserve

690,12
17.25
240.92

737.1


E. Di FREITAS,
Accountant
9th November, 1961.


stinents


ASSETS.

(Crown Agents)
(Local)
(Deficit)


$
584,73 .72
96,000.00
108,002.(9


788,737.41.

M1. CHALLENGER,
.llanager, Savinqs Bank.
9th November, 1961.









December 14, 1961 .THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE 20i2


Antigua.

Savings Bank Statement for Quarter 30th September, 1961.


LIABILITIES.

1. Notes in circulation

2. Deposits
(i) Demand
(ii) Time
(iii) Savings

3. Balance due to-
(a) Other banks in Colony
(b) Banks abroad including
Head Office and Branches
outside of Colony
(c) Treasury

(i) U. K.
(ii) U. S. A.
(iii) Canada
(iv) Elsewhere

4. Other Liabilities


$
Nil




7(; ',7' 12 i


Nil


Nil
240.92

Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil

25,707.37


788,737.41


9th November, 1961.


ASSETS.

1. Cash in Treasury
2. Balance due by other banks
in Colony
3. Balance due from banks
abroad and other short
clbins by us:
(i) 1. lK.
(ii) I. S. A.
(iii) Canlda
(iv) Elsewhere

4. Loans and Advances:
(a) Industry
(b) Agriculture
(e) Other

5. Investments
(a) Local
(b) Other
6. Other Assets
Reserve Account


M. CHALLENGER,
Manager, Savings Bank.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 23rd June, 1961.
ARTHUR GUINNESS SON & COMPANY (DUBLIN) LIMITED of St. James' Gate, Dublin, Republic of
Ireland have applied for Registration of one Trade Mark consisting of tha following:-


in class 43, that is to say stout, porter, ale and lager beer
The Applicants claim that they have Iot used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods before the
date of their said Application.
Any person may within three months from tht date of the first appearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin Islands Gazette aive notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua, of
opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.

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


$
Nil

Nil



Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil


Nil
Nil
Nil


96,000.00
584,734.72

108,002.69

788,737.41








270 T'lI. ANTIGUA, MONTSI R.AT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


Antigua Circuit.

JURORS' LIST FOR THE YEAR 1962.


Christian and Surname at length.


Abb,,t, Leonaord
Abb',tt, Norris
Alhy.. Jean
Allaway, Richard
Allen. Alfred
Allen. St. Clair
Alexander, lola
Alex:ander. Uttley
Ambrose, Stafford Ernest
Antonio, Lawrence
Athill, John
Anjo, Lawrence Roderignes

Baliri, Antoine
Bailey, Donald
Bartmie, Irving Edward Alexander
Harnes. Leonard
Barps., Vidla
Harretto, Marie
Harretto, .John
Harretto, Manoel
Baynes, Ella Shirley D.
Bell, Austin
Benjamin, Eldgar Alexander
BarreLto, Angelo
Henjamin, Alister.F.
Benjamin, Everet
Benjainin, Eullalie
Benjinin. Ruby
lienntt, Harold John
WBnto, Alvro
Bento, Fabian
]'lackett, John
Blackman, Herman
Bridges, Dennis
Bridges, Neville
Brnmant, Bernice
Brumnant, Bruno
Burton, Irma
Brown, Jr. James Adolphus Nibbs
Brown, Joshua
Brows, Ralph Arthur Lindsay
Browue. Robert
Byron, Kenny J. E.
Byron, Winifred
Bryson Tnnomas Abercombie Hay
Buckl-y, Edgar
Burtli,, Helen E.

Cam.acho Alexander
Camacho John
Carlos Gloria
Carmichael Victor
Carr, William
Cave, Alice E.
Chain, Raymond George
Challenger, Aubrey
Challenger, Una
Chambers, Gertrude
Chambers, Arnold Picart
Charles, Geraldine
Charles, Joseph A.
Chambers, Edmund
Christian, Donald
Christian, Clarence
Christian, Morris
Christopher. Marcus
Challenger, Vasco
Coates, Cox
Cook*', Walter H.
Cools-- artig ne, Hugh Joseph
Cort., Lionel


I'lace of abode.





(>itv


St..lohn'k
City







I St. Joherton's Vil.
O'to,,



City


St. john'ss
City
City





Cedar G(rove
( Cedar Grove
St. John's
SSt. ,lohn's
City

Villa
Par hmn Road
City
Bolans


St. John's
Factory Road
'l'oilinsons
City





City
V City
City
City
Potters
City
St. John's

|Hodges Bay

i Feifrew

City

Kentish Village
City
City
Friars Hill
City

Fort Rord
City
All Saints
City
Parhiam R]oad
City
Fort Road
SSide Hill
City
Kentish Village
City

Comfort Hall
City
Gunthiorpes


Calling.


. Mechanic
Overseer
Clerk
Shopkeeper
Clerk

, Shokeeper
SProprietor
Clerk

Merchant
Clerk

.Merchant
Clork
Joiner
Joiner
Cl-rk
Shopkeeper


'lerk
Clerk
Mi-rchant
I Shopkeeper
Clerk
(Olrk

Shopkeeper
Ast. Manager
Merchant
Merchant
Distiller
* (lark
Barber
Shopkeeper
Clerk
Printer
,Jlerk

Peasant Proprietor
Clerk
Printer
Clerk
Housewife
Business Manager
Clerk
Housewife

iBusiness Manager
Merchant
Clerk
Editor
Mechanic
Co. Secretary
Merchant
Clerk
Clerk
Merchant

Clerk
Overseer
Clerk
Toiner
Builder & Contractor
Sugar Corer
Sales Clerk
Fisherman
Cabinet Maker
Manager
Clerk
Sugar Carer


Na.tuttre of Quali


Income
Salary
Income
Income
HSaillary

Income

Salary

Income
Salary


240.00
240.00
240.00
240.00
240.00

,1




9'6.00


Income 240.0(
Salary 96.0(
960.0(
960.0(
240.0(
240.0(
960.0(
., 9(;0.0(
240.0(
960.0(
96(0) OC
960.0(
Salary 960.0(
960.00
Income 240.0(
Income ..
Income 960.0(
Income .
Salary 240.00
Income ,, ,,
Income ,, "


Salary
Income
Salary
Income
Salary
Income
Salary
Salary
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income

Salary
Income
Income
Salary
Income
Income
Income
Salary
Income

Salary
Income




Salary

Income

Salairy
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Re-
fioation. mark


p.a.
,, '
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0)
0)
0)


0)
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C)
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240.00
240
240.00
960.00
240


240.00

960.00
240.00
240.00

960.00 ,
240.00
240.00
240.00

240.00
240.00
960.00
240

960 p.a.
240
240 ,,
960 ,
240 ,,
960
240 ,,
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240 ,,
960 ,,
960 ,

2490 ,,
240 ,,


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December 14, 1961] THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. :'7

S____ ___ JURORS' LIST FOR THE YEAI, 1962--(cond).

Christian and Surname at Length Place of abode t'alliig Nature of Qutliliicationi


-Cort., (andace
V'orr. Ptarick
Crawford, Strickland Gerald
'(JCumnnuings. Olivr

Daniel, Hesketh Manrice
Daniel, Malcolmi
Daniel, Ruby
Davis, Joseph Alexander
Davis. Oliver J.
Denully, John
Denully, John Jr.
De Snza, George
De Freitas, Allen
Derrick, George
,de la listiide, David
Dew, Ernest )almtar
De Silva, Ronald
Dias, Johln Ba;ptiste
Dickenson, l)enni-
Dickeneon, Foster
DickeinMn,. Lawrence
Dickenson, Thomnas
Donoghiu, Beryl
Donoghnp. Stella
Doram, Donelly
Dorsett, Lucien
Dow, Charlesworth
Dow, Guy
Dow, Yolande 'V.

Edwards, Alfonso De Sheild
Edwards, Dennis
Edwards. Hubert
Edwards, Norman
Edwards, Bonilyn M.
Edwards. Keithl
Elmes, Clarence
Evanson, Patrick

Farara, KEiiiinel
Farara, Jaynle
Fernalnez. Joseph H.
Fernandez, John
Fernandez. Edna M.
Francis, Francis Alexis
Francis, Glen
Francis. William
Foster, Theodore F. B.

Gardener. James
Gardiner, Basil
Gilead, Claxton
Gomees, Bernard
Gomes, Raymond
Gomes, Artliur
Gomiez, Kfrnneth
Gonsalves, Arnoldl
Gonsalves, Cyril
Gonsalves, Carlton
Gonsalves, Lawrnce Arthur
Gonsalves, L\awrence
Gonsalves, Rephine
Gonsalves, Reginald
*Goodwin, Basil Caradoo
Goodwin, Harry Leon
Goodwin, James Emanuel
Goodwin, Joseph Warneford
Goodwin, Carmen
Gordon, Stuart A.
Gore, Rupert
Grant, Alexander
Gould, Cyril Victor
Greenidge, Laurie
Gonsalves, Agatha


('ity
OsBllrnei Village

SCit


Grays Hill
1 Hodges Bay

City

J. innings
Willooks
Cree side
Church Street
St. John's


Clrrk
S !',.'ar Cuirer
oioemiakior
Electricianl

Shopkeeper

Houst'ewife
Iuilder & Contractor
Business Manager


Distiller
Electrician
Clerk
SGrovery Manager
Engineer
Clerk

M echan ic
O()verer

I mental Mechanio
Cl-rk


Cit~
()ttoM
Cii v


Parham



St .John's








Cityort Ha
)





St. John's

Nowtield
St. John's
City
,l'Piknmans
N,-wfield
I 'ntters
Ciiv


0,

Fort Road
Liberta
City

Al'l Saints
Liberta
City
,,
Parham
City
City
t. John'all

St. John's


Clerk
Aircra ft Refueller
MeclhiMic
Chlrk

Shopkeeper
Dispenser
Clerk

Business Manager



Milliner"
Merchant
Clerk
Ov rrs or
Printli r

Hh'irp 1c T 'ailor
Printer
Phlmter
Shorpkeeper
Clerk
MArchant
Clerk


Shopkeeper
SClerk
Shopkeeper
Clerk

Barber
Shopkeeper
Clerk

Shopkeeper
Clerk
Salesman
Clerk

i ,


$
Income 240




SIncolme 960
,, 240
240
960
Salary 960
Income
Salary 240
Income ,,

Salary
,, 4960

240


,,
Income
Salary
,,
Income






Salary





Salary



Income
Salary
Income




Salary

Income




Salary
Income
SSalary








Income
Salary
Income
i Income










Income

Salary
Income
Salary
Income
,,
,,


Salary
,,
1

Income

Salary
Income

Salary
Income


240
.1
960
240





240




24(
960





240

240

2.1
240
960






240




240



240
240

240
240
















960
240


960
240
960
240


240
960


240


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-. THIE. ANTIGUA, MONTSEL UAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE Dlceimb.r 14,196.i

JURORS' LIST FOR THE YEAR 1962-(contd).


Christian and Surname at Length


Halste-ad, Donald
Hamilton, Alfonso
Hampson, George Alexander
Hartield. Dennis
Hector. Rupert
Henry, Amaii
Henry, Dennis
Henry, Ernest Victor

Hill, Laurel
Henry. Kenneth
Henry, Kenneth
HIozell, Frank Louis Peregrine
Hewlett, John Dalrymple
Hill, Leslie
Hodge. George
Horsetord. Ivan


Ireland. G(orge
Isanc, Cecil Leonard
Isaac, William

James. Alfred
James. Cyril W.
James. George I. C.
James. Saimuel
Jarvis, Malcolm E.
Jamnes, Josllua A.
Jardine, Morris
Jeffrey. William
John. George Elisha George
Johnson, Clarence
Joseph, Alexis
Joseph. Dennis
Joseph, Thomas Girthwick Josiah
Joseph. Samuel

Karam, Maurice
Karam, Rose
Khoury, Elisha
Khoury, Mitchell
Kelsick, Gloria J.
Kirwan, Ashley
Knight. Reginald
Knowles, James
Knowles, Oliver
Kierman, Khnneth John
King, James Allen
Knight, Reginald
Kirwan, William


Lake, Henzil
Lake, Arthur
Lake, Richard C.
longford. Egbert
Laurent, .Joseph
Laviscount, John
Lewis. George
Lewis, Rupert
Lewis, Walter
Lee, John Henry
Laronde, Gertrude
Looby, Ercille
Lord, Munro
Lucas. Thomas
Luke, Richard Keathroy
Luke, Vincent
Lord, Hugh B.


Place of abode


iCitv

Gunthorpes
To iliunson
City
Ovals
St. Clairs
Ffryes


St. John's
City

L1ong 61land
City


City

(lare Hall

All Saints
Beth-hda
Golden Grov-.
PiL~,*tts
Faln:outh
Fact ry
City
St. John's
: Cily






City
City
City

City
City

Ovals
Powell

Tomlllinsonf
St. ,lohn's
Ottos
City

Kentish Village
Vernons Road
St. John's
Carlisle
City
City


Potters
City

Kentish Village
Yorks
SCity


Calling


SSales Agent
Builder & Contractor
Mechanic
Secretary
Shopkeeper
Tailor
Manager
Land Proprietor

Shopkeeper
Tailor
Butcher
Business Manager
Clerk


Shopkeeper
SClerk
I Contractor

, Shopkeeper

SContractor
Clerk
Clerk
Electrician

Sholipkelpor
Merchant
Stevedo; i
Clerk
Shi p Contraotor
PIroprietor
Garage Proprietor

Merchant
Merchant

Clerk
Clerk
Mechanic


Builder & Contractor
Co. Sec.
Clerk

Mechanic

Clerk

Merchant
SPlanter
i I)rggist
M-ecihanic
Clerk
Druggist
Sliolikeeper
D)ruggist
Business Manager
Clerk
) Ove-iseer
M:ilnager

Cl.rk
Tai lor


Nature olf Q'ualilicatin


,Iiiccine' 40 p.a.

960

InI- me 240

Salary 9(0 .
Po.Sessed of 100 acres of
land
SIncome 240 p.;t.
I 2, 0 ,

I Salary 960 .,
924 ,.

9 1 i ,


Income
Salh.i ry
Income

Income
Income
Salary

Income

In.conle
Salary


Income
Income


Income
IIncome
Income
Income
Income
i Salary
Income
Salary
Sal:Try




Salary

Income
Salary
Income
Salary
Salary
Income


Salary
Salary
Salary

Income


240
960
240

240
960



240.

240.0(
960
240


9160
240

960
240.
240


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b riii ikv! .ld Surname at length


Mack, Philoses"
-.Maguire, Joyce
M[aynard. MIajoriu E.
martin Charles
Martin. George
Martin, Art hur
Mason, Keith
Mason, Erniesit
Messiah. Win. Cornelius Adolphus
Maynard, BRirnard
Mc.Master. Iloipurt
Matl threw, 'Edlgar
Mattlhew, GeOore
Matthew. rrillith
Matthlws. Walter
Maynard. George Edward
Mayniurd, Law\rence
Mellansol Carol
Me. Kinumno, Samuel
MImles. Norris Ferdinand J
Meinies, I)alnil
Mgrch;hint. Joseph
Me. Doinald, l'rank
Mce. Donald, Ella
Michael, Claude
Michael, Joseph
Michael, Melville
Michael, Maurice
Maxwell, Lorn'a
Meade, Noel
Mulcare, JI),rph Josiah
Murray, ;iadys
Moore. TTiltont
Moore, Walter
Mollyneaux, .,'ames
Murray, Cariford Llewellyn
Myers, Joseph Adolphus
Ierclhantt, J oh Alexander
Mair, Ian
Mlichael, M itchell

Nanton. Irlbrt
iNordf. Dunistan
Nunes. Francis

O'Keiffe, lIinlpey
Owe'i. (krltrude
O'Reilly. Timothy
Owen. Charlest
Odlum, R'ia M.

Palmer, Ait hlliny
Parris, Gou bourne
Perry, Leophld Alexis
Perry. Prcival C.
Pestailma, IiRayTnond
Pestaina, Frrank
Peters, Cecil Foster
Phillip, Th'epliieilus W.
Phiillip, Charles
Pigo:t, Arnold
Pigott, Emil Milo
Pilgrim, Gabelimne
Punter, Percival
Phillip. Pearl
Paratt, John

Rabess, Clement
Raeburn Raymond
Rae, George
Ramsay. Rupert
Reid. ],Luien MeKinley
Richard.s, AlbIrt
Richards, Berkley
Roberts, Arthur


I'l,0o, of ubode-


Ottos
Skerrits
St. John's
S(ttos
SOttos



Pigotts
SFort Road
St. Johnston Vill.
Factory
City
Giunthorpos
City


iMontpelier
Villa Area
City

Ottos
Ovals
St. John's
liirke-s
City


St. Juhn's
C',,lidge
Villar
()ttos






Hodges Bay
City

Citv
St. Johnstons Vil.
Mont elier

St. John's
St. John's
City
Gilbert
St. John's

Hodi(.es Bay
Ovals
( ttos Lane
St. John's
ity

(Gutnthorpes
Ottos Lane
City


.,


Hodges Bay

St. John's
St. Clair
Ottos
Wilikiip
(ity
Fort Road
City
FI

..un111i


J .iuer
Clerk
Hou!seP\\ ife
Clerk
Proprietor
ClIrk

Mechanic
S'Carpoiniter
Clerk

Sales clerk
Dental Mechanio
Mechanic
SGarage Proprietor
Clerk
Clerk
Overseer
Tavern Proprietor
Garage Proprietor
Clerk
Driver
Watch Repairer
Clerk
Overseer
Merchant
Clerk
Merchant
Clerk


lionue-wife
Clerk
Peasant Proprietor
Clerk
Merchant
Clerk
Painter
Architect
Merchant

('lerk

Manager

Builder
(Cerk
Basii, es Manager
Ov-rs Er
Clerk

Maniager
Pti inter
Druggist
Shopkeeper




Druggist
M.-rchant
Barber
Clerk
H,:atswain
Clo rk
Business Manager

Laundry Manager
Proprietor
Contractor
Shopkeeper
Clerk
I),l er


Re-
t nark%


Income
Income
Salary
Income
Salary

I come
Salary


Income
Salary
Income
Income
Salary
Income



Salary

Incomme

Salary
Income
Salary
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Income


Salary
Income
Salary

Incomrn
Income

Salary


Income






Salary



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Income








Salary
Income
Salary
Income






Salary






Income
Salary














Income

Income
Income

Salary


alary
Salary


240
$
240
240







240













240
240
240
240




24(1)

240




960


240

960


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240
240
240

960





240
240


240

960
240



960
240










: TH ANTIGUA. MONTSEKH AT & VIRGIN ISL.\AN D UZETTi' [L.cccmnber 14, 1961.

JURORS' LIST FOR THE YEAR, 1962--(contd).


4' i it-11i;n anid Surname at length


Pjiac of Abode.


Calling


ig.


Re-
Natire of Q(ualification. mark
Im


oi.ierf ', Irene
S. John
Roitk, 0n1iii


Salink :... Alfred
SaImp b.n. Sarah A.
Sanim u Josiah
Samueni, (eorge
Sannders. Basil
Savory, Eunice
Scout ;,'i-nson. Edwards
Semi.:.; hl:trlef.
Seli.'..t Andrew
Shcui: A itlhony
Shoui.'. Coura,1
Nil,,t. .iihn Fordinand
Shl"r ianl
Shun l: ph-r'

Si ", :. ;,'n]lh
Simnon, St,-'la.
Suiiti (' ;ristophler
Sp'nic';e 'onlii
Sp-'. i. Fr'edel:'ok Alex
Spi,-nc.'' Melvin
Stalnl',!:.. R nablI
Sw>eline'-, ':mnil
Swift. Vitor

TeIch ~ir.. Kenneth
Terr ry. Jtnes
'Thihrib. Anderson
Tliilio;;. Ieson Cox
Thiio-. I'-r c,
Tito0l:,1t, allies s
TomIlinsi. Arnold
'TonMiinsin. Auckland
Turn-r. Alexander
Tully. Kenrick
Tyrell. Horace George
Tyrell. !'amella Edith

Wallace. Frederick Agnstue
Walling, Everad
Walker. Cecil
WVMrlk-r. Clharlst Frederick
Waiter. (G,'orge
Walter. 4ta'nlley
Watt, Charles Burkin Anderson
Watt. Edgtar
Watts. James
Warren. Charles
Watkiiis, Lissne
Watson, .James
We;tthered. Robert
Weathered, William Vere
Weathered, Edith M.
Watson, Reginald
Wulker. Elma M.
Wescott, Charles
Whenner, George
White, Arthur
Williams. Wilfred
Williams, Peter
Wilson, Alexander
Winter, Igal

Yearwood, Kv.ith
Yoinis, Ant(inte


St. Jolih's
City
Ottis
('itv
Scotts Hill
Cit Y

St. .Jhn's
( ir y

city:-
St., i
('ooll, Ige
City
St. .nilln's
Gun'thorpes
(1C. l;ir Valley

.tt. Johnston Vil.
C'ini -h Lane
C'h in. .h Street
(;it

Cit y







Hdgpes Bay






(.'iBurls
T'ominson
'T'oimlinsons


., ,








City
Ovals
( (hnnthlorpes
City

Si. .Jrhn's
(Gu il.horpes
I'arham Road
SCrosbies

City
( City
iCity
Villa
:City

: Gunt.horpes
Hodilie Bay


Tailor
Clerk
Oatrerr
Clerk
(Coarp-ntor
Housewife
Busihnesls Manager
SShopkeeper

, M'rrhant

M ( )''liml+it
'Cli ;-k
H (1'](I k
ClErk


'Pliiiite r






Biu-;ilneFS Manager
Tail. r
Clerk
Clerk
('I- rk
Cl rk

3Bsiiess Manager
Arlist Painter
Manager
Business Manager

M{ rehant
Clerk
I)isp(nsor
photographer
Fariner
Metv riant

ICl-i k
Overseer

Cll, k
Manager
Coi


Sugar Boiler
S1'i-kitr
Clerk
Clt-IIrk
Ch1i k
Ga(irlse Proprietor
Ch irk
Accountant
Stevedore

. Ovrseer
Merchant


Fort Road
City
('ity


Clerk
'Carpenter
ClOrk


>alurv


S241 I p.a.
240


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Salary



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NOTICE.
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Mag istrate' r tloehiioln ill rvviai1!._ tht- list will Qa *ntclii.dve. allnd a! i :(11ll;ed ill thadsaid lisit. after i6 .1 .*ti bec11A
naviL-d by the 4agititrattk, wili :,t liatbio uiriuL, th;% \tar .16~2 to ho :''.?n .? 'i-i anid serv- a4 cornimon (or t~)4! ., :*ios
as the caps inay be, notwihihstivoimg ;ll.\, iisqualification or exeinjition t; *:ci .r;Ik illness or unavoidable au6ilfjt

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No. 14 of 1961. Magistrate's Code of Procedure ANTIGUA.
Act (Amendment) Ordinance.







[L.S.] 13 E 96
I ASSENT,
I. G. TURBOTT,
Administrator.
29th November, 1961,






ANTIGUA.

No. 14 of 1961.


An Ordinance to amend further the Magistrate's
Code of Procedure Act, Cap. 61.
[29th November, 1961] Commence.
menrt.
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty, by and with the advice-and consent of the
Legislative Council of Antigua, and by the authority
of the same as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Magis- Short title.
trate's Code of Procedure Act (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1961, and shall be read as one with the Cap. 61; 8/1931,
Magistrate's Code of Procedure Act, as amended, 26/1932 /,1942:
hereinafter called the principal Act. 11ae948.10/1949
1411949,11/1950
18/1954,18/1955
5/1966; S. R. & 0
1956, No. 22
2. Section 3 of the principal Act is hereby ABendment
amended by the substitution of the word local" of Section3 of
Sof the princi-
for the word "rural" appearing in the definition of pal Act.
Sthe expression Peace Officer" appearing therein.
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ANTIGUA. 2


Magistrate's Code of Procedure
Act (Amendment) Ordinance,


No. 14 of 1961.


Amendment of
Section 29 of
the principal
Act.





Amendment of
Section 148 of
the principal
Act.


Amendment of
Section 149 of
the principal
Act.






Amendment
of Sections
157 and 158 of
the principal
Act.



Snubtitution
of Section 159
of the prinoi-
pal Aot.


3. Section 29 (f) of the principal Act is here-
by amended by the substitution of the words "two
hundred dollars" for the words "twenty pounds "
appearing in sub-paragraph (i) thereof, and the
words one hundred dollars for the words ten
pounds" appearing in sub-paragraph (ii) thereof.

4. Section 148 of the principal Act isihereby
amended by the substitution of the words "the
Court of Appeal" for the words "a Judge of the
Supreme Court appearing therein.

5. Section 149 of the principal Act is hereby
amended by the substitution of the words" the
Registrar of the Court of Appeal for the words
" the proper officer of the Supreme Court appear-
ing therein, and by the substitution of the words
" Court of Appeal for the word Court appear-
ing therein.

6. Sections 157 and 158 of the principal Act
are hereby amended by the substitution of the
words "two hundred dollars" for the words
" twenty pounds wherever the latter words appear
in the said sections.

7. Section 159 of the principal Act is here-
by repealed and in place thereof the following sec-
tion shall be substituted:-


"Review.


159. The Magistrate may, in any
civil matter, upon such grounds as he
in his discretion thinks sufficient, review
any judgment or decision given by him
within eight days from the date thereof
(unless either party has appealed and
the parties do not agree to the with-
drawal of the appeal); and upon the
review he may re-open and re-hear the
case wholly or in part, and take fresh
evidence, and reverse, vary or affirm
his previous judgment or decision."








No. 14 of 1961. Magistrate's Code of Procedure 3
Act (Amendment) Ordinance,

8. Section 172 of the principal Act is hereby
repealed and in place thereof the following section
shall be substituted:-
"Appeal. 172 (1) Where a Magistrate refu-
ses to make a conviction the complain-
ant may appeal to the Court of Appeal
against such decision.
(2) Where a Magistrate makes a
conviction the party against whom the
conviction is made may appeal to the
Court of Appeal against such decision.
(3) There shall be a right of ap-
peal to the Court of Appeal from any
judgment or order of a Magistrate in
any civil proceedings where the sum
claimed and the costs, if any, exceed
three dollars and sixty cents, and in a
matter relating to salvage or the title to
wreck where the sum in dispute exceeds
ninety-six dollars."
9. Section 175 of the principal Act is hereby
amended by the substitution of the words "for the
Court of Appeal for the words for a Judge in
the proviso to paragraph (a) of subsection (2)
thereof.
10. Section 178 of the principal Act is here-
by amended as follows:-
(a) by re-numbering this section 178
(1) ";
(b) by the substitution of the words
"Court of Appeal for the word Judge "
wherever the latter appears therein;
(c) by the insertion of the words "of the
Court of Appeal" immediately after the word
"Registrar appearing therein;
(d) by the insertion of the following sub-
section as subsection (2) thereof:-
(2) The Magistrate shall also trans-
mit to the Registrar of the Court of
Appeal with the papers relating to such
appeal a memorandum of the reasons for
the decision."


ANTIGUA.

Substitution
of Section 172
of the princi-
pal Act.


Amendment
of section 175
of the princi-
pal Act.


Amendment
of sootion 178
of the princi-
pal Act.







ANTIGUA. 4 Magistrate's Code of Procedure No. 14 of 19i1.
Act (Amendment) Ordinance,
Amendment 11. Section 180 of the principal Act is hereby
of section 1ci amended as follows:-
of ihe princi-
al t. (a) by the substitution of the words
"of the Court of Appeal" for the words "of a
Judge" appearing in subsection (1) thereof;
and
(b) by the substitution of the words
"Court of Appeal" for the word "Judge"
appearing in subsection (6) thereof.
Amendment 12. Section 181 of the principal Act is here-
sof stion by amended by the substitution of the words "of
pal Act. the Court of Appeal for the words of a Judge ";
and the words to enable the Court of Appeal for
the words "to enable the Judge ", appearing there-
in; and by the addition at the end thereof of the
words "of the Court of Appeal".
Amendment 18. Section 182 of the principal Act is here-.
of sthe ini82 by amended by inserting immediately after the
pal Act. word Registrar the words "of the Court of
Appeal" and by the substitution of the words "on
Sthe date fixed by the Court of Appeal for hearing
the same for the words at the next Court to be
held by the Judge" appearing therein.
Amendment 14. Section 183 of the principal Act is here-
of the rinci by amended by the substitution of the words opin-
pal Act. ion of the Court of Appeal" for the words opinion
of the Judge", and the words "the Court of
Appeal may in its discretion" for the words "the
Judge may in his discretion ", appearing in the
proviso thereto.
Amendment 15. Section 184 of the principal Act is here.
of thrinci- by aunended by the substitution of the words
pal Act. Court of Appeal" for the word Judge appear-
ing therein.
Amendment 16. Section 184A of the principal Act is
of section
184lof the, hereby amended as follows:--
principal Act,
(a) by the substitution of the words
Court cf Appeal for the word "Judge",
and the words it may" for the words
"he may appearing therein;








No. 14 of 1961. Magistrate's Code of Procedure 5 ANTItGA.
Act (Amendment) Ordinance,
(b) by the substitution of the words the
said Court" for the word "him" appearing
in paragraph (a) thereof; and
(c) by the substitution of the words "the
Court of Appeal" for the words the Judge "
wherever the latter appear in paragraph (c)
thereof.
17. The following new section numbered addition of
184B is hereby inserted in the principal Act im- section
the principal
mediately after section 184A:- Act.
"Power of 184B. (1) On the hearing of an
Oourt of
Appeal as to appeal in any civil cause or matter the
new trials. Court of Appeal shall, if it appears to
the said Court that a new trial should be
held, have power to set aside the order
appealed against and order that a new
trial be held.
(2) On the hearing of an appeal in
any civil cause or matter the following
provisions shall apply:-
(a) A new trial shall not be
ordered on the ground of misdirec-
tion, or of the improper admission
or rejection of evidence unless in
the opinion of the Court of Appeal
some substantial wrong or
miscarriage has b e e n thereby
occasioned.
(b) A new trial may be ordered
on any question without interfering
with the finding of decision upon
any other question; and if it ap-
pears to the Court of Appeal that
any such wrong or miscarriage as is
mentioned in paragraph (a) above
affects part only of the matter in
controversy, or one or some only
of the parties, the Court may order
a new trial ::s to that part only, or
as to that party or those parties
only, ard give final judgment as to
the remainder,







ANTIGUA. Magistrate's Co ie of Procedure No. 14 of 161.
Act (Amendment) Ordinance,

(c) A new trial shall not be
granted or any judgment reversed
by reason of the ruling of any court
that the stamp upon any document
is insufficient or that the document
does not require a stamp.
(3) The Court of Appeal shall, if it
allows an appeal against conviction,
quash the conviction and direct a judg-
ment and verdict of acquittal to be
entered, or if the interest of justice so
require, order a new trial."
Amendment 18. Section 185 of the principal Act is hereby
of eth prini amended by the substitution of the words "Court
pul Act. of Appeal" for the word Judge" appearing
therein.
Amendment 19. Section 186 of the principal Act is here-
of section 186
of the princ- by amended by the substitution of-
pal Act.
(a) the words "the Court of Appeal"
for the words "the Judge ", wherever those
words appear therein;

(b) the words "the Court of Appeal"
for the words "the Court "; and
(c) the words the said Court may think
just" for the words he may think just ".
Amendment 20. Section 187 of the principal Act is
of section 187 hereby amended by the substitution of-
of the princi-
pal Act. (a) the words "the Court of Appeal"
for the words "the Judge" wherever those
words appear therein;
(b) the words the said Court may think
just" for the words "he may think just";
and
(c) the words "the Court of Appeal
shall fix for the words he shall fix ".
Amendment 21. Section 188 of the principal Act is here-
of ecticn 188 by amended by the substitution of the words "the
of the pAinci-
pal AIot, Court of Appeal" for the words "the Judge"
wherever those words appear therein.


_








No. 14 of 1961.


Magistrate'8 Code of Procedure 7 ANTIGUA.
Act (Amendment) Ordinance.


22. Section 190 of the principal Act is
hereby amended by the substitution of the words
" the Court of Appeal for the words the Judge"
appearing therein.

23. Section 191 of the principal Act is
hereby amended by the substitution of the words
" the Court of Appeal" for the words the appeal
Court" appearing therein.

24. The proviso to section 192 of the prin-
cipal Act is hereby amended by the substitution of
the words "the Court of Appeal" for the words
" the appeal Court and the words the Court"
appearing therein.

25. Section 193 of the principal Act is
hereby amended by the substitution of the words
" the Court of Appeal for the words "the appeal
Court" appearing therein.

26. For subsection (1) of section 194 of
the principal Act the following shall be substi-
tuted:-

(1) Where the decision of a Magistrate
is varied or reversed on appeal, the judgment
of the Court of Appeal shall be reduced into
writing and shall set forth the reasonetherefor."

27. Subsection (1) of section 195 of the
principal Act is hereby amended by the substitution
of-


Aznendment
of section 190
of the prinoi-
pal Act.


Amendment
of section 191
of bhe princi-
pal Act.


Amendment
of section 192
of the prinoi-
,pal Act.



Amendment
of section 198
of the princi-
pal Act.


Substitution
of section 194
(1) of the
principal Act.


Amendment
of section 195
of the princi-
pal Act.


(a) the words the Court of Appeal for
the words the Appeal Court" wherever those
words appear therein;

(b) the words amended by the Court of
Appeal" for the words "amended by the
Court"; and

(c) the words pronounced by the said
Court" for the words pronounced by the
Court "







ANTIGUA. 8 Magistrate's Code of Procedure No. 14 of 1961.
Act (Amendment) Ordinance.

Repeal o sec- 28. Sections 176, 196, 197 and 198 of the
stion7, 198 principal Act are hereby repealed.
the principal
Act. D. W. HURST,
Speaker.
Passed the Legislative Council this 20th day
of October, 1961.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.

































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ANTIGUA.



STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1961, No. 25.

REGULATIONS MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR IN COUNCIL UNDER
SECTION 13(1) OF THE GOVERNMENT ELECTRICITY, ICE AND
COLD STORAGE ORDINANCE, 1956 (No. 36/1956).

1. Short Title. These Regula'ions may be cited as the
Government Electricity, Ice and Cold Storage (No. 2) Regu-
lations, 1961.

2. Amendment of Schedule to Ordinance.
For the First Schedule to the Government Electricity, Ice and
Cold Storage Ordinance, 1956, the following shall be substi-
tuted:-

"SCHEDULE OF TARIFFS


(1) Domestic Light & Power
1-20 K W H
21--50 K W H
51--up


Private dwelling house only
25c. per K W H
10c. per K W H
8c. per K W H


SMinimum Charge $1.50


(2) Industrial


1-1000 K W H
1001-10000 K W H
10000-up


Manufacture and processing
without time restriction.
Factories, Water pumping,
Ice Manufacture
12., per K W H
8c. per K W H
6c. per K W H


Minimum Charge $5.00 per month


(3) Street Lil
(4) Commerc


1-30 K
31-100
* 101-8000
8001-up


ghting Lighting of all public roads.
$4. 50 per 100 W. installed per month
ial Hotels, Clubs, Garages,
Bakeries, Churches, Shops,
Tailors, Offices, Banks,
Cold Storage, Laundries
Warehouses, Cinemas,
Floodlighting, Markets,
Schools, Funeral Homes, etc.
WH 25c. per K W H
CWH 12c. per.K W H
KWH 8c. per K WH
7.5c. per K W H
Minimuin Charge $2.50 per month










(5) Meter Rents
(a) Up to 10 amperes single phase
(6) Over 10 amperes single phase
(o) 3-phase 4 wire irrespective
of current rating
(d) Extra Meter at consumer's
request
(6) Connecting Fees
(a) New Service single phase
(b) New Service 3-phase 4 wire
(c) Reconnection
(7) Battery Charging
(a) New Battery

(b) Recharging
(8) Cold Storage
(a) Parcels under 10 lbs.

(b) -Parcels over 10 Ibs.

(c) Cubicles


20c. per month
30c. per month

50c. per month

50c. per month

$3.00
$5.00
$2.50

$5. 00, $6. 50
or $8.,00
according to size
$1. 00

10c. per parcel
per week.
Ic. per lb. per
fortnight or
part thereof.
$2.50 or $5.00
per month depen-
dent upon size.


3. Revocation. The Government Electricity, Ice
Cold Storage Regulations, 1961 (S.R. & 0. 1961,-No.6)
are hereby revoked.


4. Commencement. These Regulations shall come
into operation on the 1st day of July, 1961.

Made by the Administrator in Council this 9th day. of
August 1961.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.


Approved by the Legislative Council this 20th day of
October 1961.

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


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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1961, No. 28.


PROCLAMATION DATED DECEMBER 12, 1961, PROROGUING THE
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF ANT1GUA.

BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF ANTIGUA

A PROCLAMATION
I. G. TURBOTT,
SAdministrator.
[ Gazetted 14th December, 1961]

"WHEREAS pursuant to the provisions of subsection (1)
of section 18 of the Antigua Constitution and- Elections
Ordinance, 1951, as amended, the Administrator by Proclama-
tion dated the 1st day of December, 1960, appointed a Session
of the Legislative Council of Antigua for the period 1960-
S1961, to commence on the 3rd day of December, 1960:

AND WHERE \ S in pursuance of the Proclamation
afopesaid the said Council duly met .in session on the 3rd day
of December, 1960; at the Legislative Council Chamber in the
S:City of Saint John, in the Colony of Antigua:


'A'ND WHEREAS by subsection (1) of section 25 of the
l/ aforesaid Ordinance it is provided that the Administrator,
Acting in accordance with the advice'of the Chief Minister, may
at any time by Proclamation published in the Gazette prorogue
the said Council:
AND WHEREAS in accordance with the advice of the
i":'''.''Chief .Minister it is deemed expedient to prorogue the said
Council.
S NOW, THEREFORE, I, [Ax GRAHAM TUROOTT, Admin-
: istrator of the Colony of Antigua, acting in accordance with the
advice of the- Chief Minister of the said .Colony; and by virtue


of the powers vested in me under subsection (1) of section 25
of the Antigua Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1951, as


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amended, and all other powers thereunto me enabling, do hereby
proclaim that the Legislative Council of Antigua shall be
prorogued as from the 19th day of December, 1961, until such
further time as shall be appointed by proclamation made in
accordance with the provisions of section 18 of the said
Ordinance, for the first sitting in the next session of the said
Council.
AND the Speaker and Members of the said Council and
all other Her Majesty's Officers and loving subjects in the said -
Colony and all those whom it may concern are hereby required
to take due notice hereof and to govern themselves accordingly.

GIVEN at the Government House, Antigua, this 12th
day of December, 1961, and in the tenth year
Sof Her Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN,!
























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No. of 1961. Pensions Act (Amendment).


ANTIGUA.


No.


of 1961.


BILL FOR
An Ordinance to amend further the Pensions Act,
1947.

( 1
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the
Legislative Council of Antigua, and by the authority
of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Pensions Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1961, and
shall be read as one with the Pensions Act, 1947, as
amended, hereinafter called the principal Act.


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

(a) by the substitution of the following
definition for the definition of public service"
appearing therein-

"public service" means-


Commenoo-
meut.


Short title.
12/1947,
12/1948,
7/1953,
4/1966,
6/19568,
23/1956,
S.R.O. 211958.
Amendment of
section 2 of
the principal
iAt.


ANTOaTA.








Pensions Aot (Amendment).


(a) service in a civil capacity under the
Government of the Colony or any other country
or territory in the Commonwealth;

(b) service under the East Africa High
Commission, the East African Railways and
Harbours Administration or the East African
Posts and Telecommunications Administration;

(c) service which is pensionable-
(i) under the Oversea Superannuation
Scheme,
(ii) under any Acts relating to the
superannuation of teachers in the
United Kingdom,
(iii) under a local authority in the United
Kingdom,
(iv) under the National Health Service of
the United Kingdom;
(d) any other service that the Secretary
of State, or the Administrator after consulta-
tion with the Secretary of State, has deter-
mined to be public service for purposes of this
Act; and
(e) except for the purposes of computa-
tion of a pension or gratuity and of section 9
of this Act, service in respect of which a
6 6 Eliz. II pension may be granted under the Governor's
Ch. 62. Pensions Act, 1957;

(b) by the addition at the end thereof of the
the following new definition-

"country or territory within the Com-
monwealth" includes Her Majesty's
dominions and any country or territory
under Her Majesty's protection or
administered by the Government of any
part of Her Majesty's dominions under
the trusteeship system of the United
Nations and Ghana and the Federation of
Malaya.


No. of 1961.


ANTiGUA. 2









Pensions Act (Amendment).


3. Regulation 8 (1) of the Pensions Regula-
tions, 1947, contained in the First Schedule to the
principLl Act is hereby amended by the substitution
of the following definition for the definition of
"Scheduled Government appearing therein:-

Scheduled Government--.eans-

(a) the Government of any territory, or
any authority, mentioned in the Schedule to
these Regulations;

(b) the Government of Ceylon, in respect
of any officer appointed to service under that
Government before the 4th day of February,
1948;

(c) the Government of Palei ine, in
respect of any officer appointed to service
under that Government before the 15th day
of May, 1948;

(d) the Government of the Somali
Republic in respect of any officer appointed to
service under the Govermnent of the Somali-
land Protectorate before the 26th day of June,
1960; and

(e) the Government of Cyprus, in respect
of any officer appointed to service under that
Government before the 16th day of August,
1960.

4. The First Schedule to the Pensions
Regulations, 1947, contained in the First Schedule
to the principal Act and as amended by the Pensicns
Amendment) Regulations, 1955, and the Pensic.ns
Amendment) Regulations, 1958, is hereby further
amended as follows:-

(i) by the deletion of the word Cyprus ",

(ii) by the insertion therein of the words
"Federation of The West Indies"
immediately belo w t h e words
Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasa-
land;


Amendment of
regulation 8 of
First Schedule
to principal
Act.


Amendment of
First Schedule
to Regulations
contained in
First Schedule
principal Act.
L.I:..R.O,
20/1955.
S.R.O. 2/1958.


No. of 1961.


3 ANTIGUA.


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Pension Act (Amendment).


(iii) by the substitution of the words
Somaliland Protectorate" for the
word Somaliland ".


Speaker.
Passed the Legislative Council this day of
1961.


Clerk of th Council.


OBJECTS AND REASONS.


The object of this Bill is to make certain
amendment to the Pension Law in consequence of
constitutional changes in the Commonwealth.
2. These amendments have been recom-
mended by the Secretary of State in his Circular
Savingrams of the 19th September, 1960 and 6th
January, 1961 and by the Secretary for Technical
Co-operation in his savingram of 17th August,
1961.
D. K. McINTYRE,
Attorney General.

Attorney General's Chambers,
St. John's,
Antigua.
10h October, 1961.









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No. of 1961.


Summary Jurisdiction Act
(Amendment No. 2) Ordinance,


ANTIGUA.

No of 1961.

BILL FOR

An' Ordinance to amend further the
Jurisdiction Act, Cap. 21.


Summary


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

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Sum-
mary Jurisdiction Act (Amendment No. 2)
Ordinance, 1961, and shall be read as one with the
Summary Jurisdiction Act, as amended, hereinafter
called the principal Act.


ANTIGUA,


Commence.
ment.


Short title.
Cap. 21.
4/1930,
2511932,
19/1939,
6/1948,
3/19s8,
2/1965,
Ord. No.
39/1954,
S. R. & o.
1956/22,
Ord. No.
9/1961,







ANTIGUA. 2 Summary Jur isdiction Act No. o0 161.
(Amendment No. 2) Ordinane.

Amendment 2. Sections 14, 28 and 38 of the principal
of sections 14, Act are hereby amended by the substitution of the
28 and 38 of
the principle words "seven hundred and twenty dollars for the
Act. figures 50 wherever those figures appear
therein.
Commenoe- 3. This Ordinance shall be deemed to have
ment, come into operation on the 18th day of October,
1961.


Speaker.

Passed the Legislative Council this
day of 1961.

Clerk of the Council.

OBJECTS AND REASONS.


The object of this Bill is to make consequential amendments
to sections 14, 28, and 38 of the Summary Jurisdiction Act,
which amendments are necessary as a result of the jurisdiction
of the Summary Court having been increased from $240 to
$720 dollars.

2. As these amendments should have been made when
the jurisdiction of the Summary Court was increased, this Bill
is made to have effect from the 18th day of October, 1961, the
date on which the said jurisdiction was increased.
D. K. MCINTYRE
Attorney General.
Attorney General's Chambers,
St. John's,
Antigua.
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No. of 1961. Small Trespass Act (Amendment).


ANTIGUA.


No. of 1961.
i.. r/ i
BILLIFOR

An Ordinance to amend further the Small Trespass
Act.

S1 Commence-
ment.

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

1. This Ordinance may be cited us the Small short title.
Trespass Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1961, and Cap. !)
shall be read as one with the Small Trespass Act, 23 132
as amended, hereinafter called the principal Act. 22/1956.

2. Sections 4, 5, 6 and 7 of the principal Act Amendment-
are hereby amended rb the substitution of the words (ind 7 of '
" one hundred dollars for the figures 10 the principal
wherever those figures appear therein. Act.


ANTiGttA.








ANTIGUA. 2 Small Trespass Act (Amendment). No. of 1961.
Comm nn.j 3. This Ordinance shall be deemed to have
ment. come into operation on the 29th day of November,
1961.


Speaker.


day


Passed the Legislative Council this
1961.


Clerk of the Council.


OBJECTS AND REASONS.


The jurisdiction of Magistrates in actions involving torts
was increased from $48.00 to $100.00 by the Magistrate's Code
of Procedure Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1961.
2. Parallel action should have been taken in respect to the
jurisdiction conferred on Magistrates under the Small Trespass
Act (Cap. 69).
3. This Bill seeks to amend the Small Trespass Act in a
similar manner, and to make the amendment effective from the
date on which the general jurisdiction of Magistrates under the
Magistrate's Code of Procedure Act was increased.
D. K. M INTYRE,
Attorney General.


Printed at the Govetment Printng Offioe, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
oy &LaKL PIOOTT, Uovernment Priuter-By Authority.
1961.


A. 471289-12.61.


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