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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
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: May 10, 1962
Frequency: weekly (irregular)
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 Subjects
Subject: Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
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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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 Related Items
Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

Table of Contents
    Main
        Page 87
        Page 88
        Page 89
        Page 90
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 12 of 1961: Currency Notes Regulations, 1961
        A-1
        A-2
        A-3
        A-4
        A-5
        A-6
        A-7
        A-8
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 14 of 1961: Vehicles and Road Traffic (Passenger Fares) (Amendment) Regulations, 1961
        B-1
        B-2
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 23 of 1961: Diplomatic Privileges (International Atomic Energy Agency) Order, 1961
        C-1
        C-2
        C-3
        C-4
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 27 of 1961: Protected Beaches Order, 1961
        D-1
        D-2
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THE

ANTIGUA, MONTSERRA

AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.

.Published by cduthority.


VOL. VII.


THURSDAY, 10TH MAY, 1962.


No. 22.


Notices.


QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY;
2nd JUNE, 1962.
It is notified for general informa-
tion that the date appointed for the
observance of Her Majesty the
Queen's Birthday in 1962 is Saturday
2nd June, 1962.
The day will be observed in Anti-
gua by a Ceremonial Parade on the
Recreation Grounds at 8.45 a.m.
On the actual Parade will be The
Antigua Defence Force, Police,
United States Navy, R. A. F. Associa-
tion, Antigua Legion, Boy Soouts and
Wolf Cubs, Junior Red Cross, Girl
Guides and Brownies, St. John Ambu-
lance Brigade, Nurses and Boys Bri-
gade, Life Boys and the Church Lads
Brigade. Police motor cycles and
Fire Brigade trucks will also be on
parade.
His Honour the Administrator will
arrive on the Parade Ground at
8.45 a.m.

Government House,
St. John's,
Antigua.
10th May, 1962.

It is hereby notified for general
information that the Administrator of
Antigua has this day appointed
DWIGHT PAISLEY to be a Surveyor
of Land in and for the Colony of
Antigua.
Ministry of Public Works
and Communic'itions.
Antigua.
30th April, 1962.
Ref. No. A. 74/6.

The Administrator in Council has,
consequent upon the resignation of
Mr. McCLEAN MILLWOOD, and under
the provisions of Regulation 6 of the
Sugar Export Cess Regulations, 1948,
appointed Mr. ERNEST OLIVER to be
a member of the Sugar Industry
Labour Welfare Fund Committee for
the period 1st May, 1962 to 30th
September, 1962,
Ministry of Public Works
and Communications.
Ref. No. 71/7-IV.


Application for Naturalisation
as a British Subject.
Notice is hereby given that AHMAD
MUSTAFA DIAS of Market Street, St.
John's, Antigua, is applying to the
Administrator for Naturalisation, and
thatany person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not be
granted, should send a written, and
signed statement of the facts to the
Administrator, St. John's. Antigua, on
or before the 26th May, 1962.
By Order,
O. BIRD,
Ag Secretary to the Admintstrator.

Administration Building,
St. John's, Antigua.
4th May, 1962.

It is notified for general informa-
tion that under the provisions of
Section 4 (1) (r) of the Education
Ordinance, 1955 (No. 11 of 1955) His
Honor the Acting Administrator has
been pleased to appoint the Honour-
able I. DAWSON. M. L. C. to be a
member of the Board of Education
for a period of three years with effect
from 17th April, 1962.
Administrator's Office,
Tortola,
British Virgin Islands.
80th Airil, 1962.
M.P. 28117.


It is notified that His Honour the
the Acting Administrator has ap-
pointed Mr. JOHN DOUGLAS BAR-
RYMORE RENWICK, Crown Attorney,
to be:-
(a) Registrar of the Supreme
Court, under the provisions of sec-
tion 20(3) of the Windward Islands
and Leeward Islands (Courts) Order
in Council, 1959;
(b) Registrar General of the Col-
ony under the provisions of section
3 of the Births and Deaths Ordi-
nance, 1957;

(c) a Commissioner of the Sup-
reme Court under the provisions of
section 4 of the Supreme Court
Act, 1939; and
(d) Magistrate of the Colony
under the provisions of section 25
(1) of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands (Court) Order in
Council, 1959.


Mr. H. A. BESSON who formerly
held the above posts has been trans-
ferred to Montserrat as Crown At-
torney.
Administrator's Office.
Tortola
British Virgin Islands.
30th April, 1962.

A limited number of the Audit
Report on the accounts of the Govern-
ment of Antigua for 1960 may be
obtained (price 60 cents) at the
Administration Building. Copies of
the Audit Report for 1958 and 1959
are also available.
Ministry of Finance,
Administration Building,
Antigua,

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES

No. 30.
The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Adminis-
trator that that the power of disallow-
ance will not be exercised in respect
of the undermentioned Ordinance of
the Colony of the Virgin Islands.
No. 20 of 1959, "Police Service
Commission Ordinance, 1959.
Administrator's Office,
fr 4 .


British Virgin Islands,
1st May, 1962.
M. P. 60/2.5
No. 31.
The following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with this Gazette
and form part thereof:-
Montserrat.
No. 12 of 1961, "The Currency
Notes Regulations, 1961."
7 pp. Price 17 cents.
Virgin Islands.
No. 14 of 1961, The Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Passenger Fare s)
(Amendment) Regulations, 1961."
2pp. Price 7 ate.
No. 23 of 1961, "The Diplomatic
Privileges (International At o m i c
Energy Agency) Order, 1961."
4 pp. Prie 11 tes.
No. 27 of 1961, "The Protected
Beaches Order, 1961."
2pp. Price 7 tas.


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88 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE


No. 27.

Appointments, transfers, etc., in
the public service, with effect from
the dates stated, are published for
general information:-

Antigua.

BUNTIN, Miss. E.. Uncertificated
Teacher, Education Department
resigned appointment
April 1, 62.
BROWNE, E., Prison Offioer, H. M.
P riso n appointment terminated
Oct. 25, 1961.
CHRISTOPHER, Miss M., Clerk, Pub-
lic Library resigned appointment
April 16, 62
EDWARDS, Miss S. P., Student Nurse,
Holberton Hospital resigned ap-
pointment April 22, 62
EMANUEL, Miss Y., Staff Nurse Hol-
berton Hospital resigned appoint-
ment April 16, 62
GOMES, Mrs. J. M., Clerk, Medical
Department resigned appointment
March 1, 62
HENRY, V., appointed Petty Officer
Class III, Mental Hospital
March 1, 62
JAMES, Miss Y., Clerk, Administra-
tion Department appointment ter-
minated March, 1 62

JAMES, Miss E., Public Health Nurse,
Medical Department resigned ap-
pointminnt April 5, 62
JAMBS, E., Prison Officer, H. IM.
Prison resigned appointment
March 31, 62
JOSEPH, Miss C., appointed Clerk,
Audit Department Feb. 1, 62
JOSEPH. L., appointed Uncertificated
Teacher, Education Department
Feb. 1, 62
KNIGHT, D., Clerk, Peasant Develop-
ment Services confirmed to the
pensionable establishment
May 13. 62
MATTHEW, Miss N.. Clerk, appointed
acting -Snior Clerk, Post Office
May 13, 1957.
ORR, H., Petty Officer Class III,
Customs Department resigned ap-
pointment Feb. 28, 62

PHILP, T., Petty Officer Class III.
Customs Department resigned ap-
pointment May 10, 62

PIGOTT, C., appointed Clerk, Customs
Department Dec. 13, 1961
RICHARDS, M., Prison Officer, H. M.
Prison appointed as Petty Officer
Class I, Post Office. Jan. 8, 62

ROBERTS, Miss G., appointed Uncer-
tificated Teacher, Education
Department. Jan. 25, 1961

SAMUEL, Miss I., appointed Clerk,
Electricity Department
Feb. 9, 62
SHERIDAN, Miss A.. appointed Un-
certificated Teacher, Education
Department Feb. 1, 62


SKEETE. Mrs. E., Clerk, Customs
Department appointed as Senior
Clerk, Post Office March 1, 62
SKERRITT, J. A. Assistant Post-
master appointed to act as Post-
master April 13, 62
THOMAS, Miss J., Clerk, Central
Board of Health Department ap-
pointment terminated
Dec. 23. 1961
THOMAS. P. appointed Petty Officer
Class III, Post Office March 1, 62
UNDERWOOD, Mrs J.. Clerk, Regis-
trar's Office confirmed to the
pensionable establishment
Jan. 6, 1958
WALLACE, Miss I., Staff Nurse, Hol-
borton Hospital seconded to act as
Public Health Nurse, Medical
Department April 5, 62

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA. 4th April, 1962.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO
COMPANY of 150 East 42nd Street
City and State of New York, U. S. A.
have applied for Registration of one
Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing:-








11


in Class 45, that is to say, all tobacco
products
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 ap-
pearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua Montserral & Virgin Is-
lands Gazette give notice in duplicate
at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua,
of opposition to registration of the
said Trade Mark.
0. W. JACK.
Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA 4th April, 1962
TIE AMERICAN TOBACCO
COMPANY of 150 East 42nd Street
City and State of New York, U. S. A.
have applied for Registration of one
Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing:-
MONTCLAIR
in Class 45, that is to say, all tobacco
products
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 ap-
pearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua Moniserrat & Virgin Is-
lands Gazette give notice in duplicate
at the Trade Marks Office. Antigua,
of opposition to registration of the
said Trade Mark.
0. W. JACK.
Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 4th April, 1962.
ROTHMANS OF PALL MALL
EXPORT LIMITED of Gulf House,
Portman Street London, W. 1. have
applied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:-



I f/ima/tnd
I KING SIZE
CIGARETTES







in Class 45, that is to say, tobacco
whether manufactured or unmanu-
factured.
The Applicants claim that they
have not us-d 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 ap-
pearance of this Advertisement im
the Antigua Montserrat & Virgim
Islands Gazette give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office, Anti-
gua, of opposition to registration of
the said Trade Mark.
O. W. JACK,
Registrar of 'Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAT, 9th April, 1962.

ROTHMANS OF PALL MALL
EXPORT LIMITED of Gulf House,
Portman Street, London, W. 1, Eng-
land, have applied for Registration of
one Trade Mark consisting of the
following:


KING SIZE
CIGARETTES
"'-7


2~~m~lb
~rr-neoK /


in Class 45, that is to say, tobacco,
whether manufactured or unmanu-
factured ".


[May 10, 1902.









THE ANTIGUA, MON'TSERIRAT & VIR GI[N ISLANDS GAZE lTT C.


The applicants claim that they
have not used the said Trade Mark
in respect of the said goods prior to
the date of this application.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua. Montserrat & Virgin
Islands Gazetll, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office, Mont-
serrat, of opposition of the s:id trade
Mark.
P. E. WHITE.
for Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRAlIE MARKS OFFICE.
MONTSERRAT, 21st April, 1962.

WEST INDIAN TOBACCO COM-
'PANY LIMITED of Champs Fleurs,
Eastern Main Road, St. Joseph, Trini-
dad, British West Indies, have applied
for Registration of one Tra le Mark
,consisting of the following:-


I I


in Class 45, that is to say, Tobacco
whether manufactured or unmann-
factured.

The applicants claim that they are
lawfully entitled to the use of the
said trade mark.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first ap-
pearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua Monfserrat & Virgin Is-
lands Gazet, e give notice in duplicate
at the Trade Marks Office, Montserrat,
of opposition of the said Trade Mark.
H. ALEX BEsSON,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAT10th April, 1962.

Vejle oz OnmLans Andels-.vines-
lagteri, Vejle, Tulip Brand F,'m ory, of
24, Havnegade, Vejie, Denmn:n k. have
applied for IRegistration of !! Trade
Mark consisting of the following:-


in ClHss 42, that is to say, dricd,
fresh, frozen, preserved, smok,'d, and


tinned meat, fish, poultry, and game,
meat extracts, preserved, dried, and
cooked fruits and vegetables, jellies,
jams, eggs, milk and other dairy
products, edible oils and fats, pre-
serves, pickles."

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for 11 years
before the date of their said Applica-
tion.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat, & Virgin
Islands Gaeette give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Montserrat, of opposition of the said
Trade Mark.

P. E. WHITE,

for Registrar of 'Trade .Marks.



Controlled prices for the sale

of Animals to Butchers.

As a result of the maximum prices
placed upon the sale of meat, butch-
ers have represented to Government
that their profit margin have been
considerably reduced on account of
the fact that they are obliged to pur-
chase animals from peasants at high
prices that are not subject to control.
The butchers fear that they will not
be able to continue their trade under
the present conditions.

2. The Government has therefore
given careful consideration to the
establishment of controlled prices for
the sale of animals based on the
method practised in Barbuda and by
large producers of livestock in Anti-
gua, that is:-

(a) the animal is first slaughtered
and the head. feet, skin and
entrails and removed; and

(b) the carcase is then weighed
and payment made to the
pro'dncner (seller) according
to the weight at a fixed kill-
out rate per pound.

3. It is proposed that the prices to
be paid for cattle for slaughtering
shall be as follows:-

(a) For cattle up to 300 lbs
weight carcasee) 50 cents per
lb.

(i) For c battle between 300 lbs
and 400 Ibs weight carcasee)
523 cents per pound.

(c) For cattle over 400 lbs weight
carcasee) 55 cents per lb.

4. The butcher will pay the sel-
ler of the animal a down
payment representing ? of


the estimated carcase weight
value on receipt of the
animal. The Butcher will
slaughter the animal and pay
the seller the balance and, in
any event, not later than 3
days after receiving the
animal.

5. A Government officer will
check record and certify the carcase
weight of cattle slaughtered.


Receiver of Wrecks
Acts, 1885
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing wreck was found by Claude
Byam around November, 1961, about
15 miles South of Antigua.

One Row Boat painted light green

Length 12 feet

Width 4 feet 6J inches

Depth 2 feet

Boat has no marks, registration or
name.

E. O. PESTAINA,
Receiver of Wrecks.

30th April, 1962.


Notice To Importers
Goods which have not been re-
moved from tha Queen's Warehouse
within three months will be sold by
Public Auction at the Point Ware-
house on Thursday 31st May, 1962,
at 2.30 p.m.

Importers who have passed war-
rants on any of the items listed for
sale are asked to remove them before
the day of the sale.

Copies of the list of goods for sale
can be seen at the Queen's Warehouse,
the Bonded Vareohose at the Point
and the Customs Building.

E. O. PESTAINA,
Collector of Customs.
2414162.
Ref. 2007/1-11


RAINFALL FIGURES.

Agrionltural Department,
Antigua.


Month.
January
Feb.
March
April
May 5th


Lt58 1959 1960 1981 1962
0.92 2.91 2.84 2.61 6.77
0.58 1.16 5.09 2.3:1 0.92
1.22 0.73 3.18 1.84 0.81
2.01 :3.1 1.48 0.74 3.5->
4.f; 6.29 0.59 0.40 0.79


9.69 11.70 14.18 7.90 12.85


-Alay 10, 1962-








90 TiE ANi'i Urs TG IYi,


TRADE MARKS oViFICE,
ANTIGUA. 5hl: April. 1961.

CASTROL LIMITED of Castrol House, Maryiebone Road, London, N.W. 1, Englatl. i hrv, :p),liHd fol
Registrrtion of three Trade Marks consisting of the following:-


i I,


ic i -im N
A.'r


in Olass 47, that is to say, Oils for lighting, heating and laulricating; lubricating grea.-.. in lii.teLial oils and grease.
(other than edible oils and fats and essential oils)'.
The Applicants claim that they have used thc saii Trade Mark in respect -' the sail g >ois for 16 years
before the date of tbhir said Application.

Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearai n I this Adverniement in the
Antigua, Montserrat ,k Virgin Islands Gazete, give notice. in duplicate at the Tri. le Marks O .:ia, Antigua, of
opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.
O. W. JACK,
Registrar of Trade Marks.


Notice to Importers.


In accordance with the Trade and Revenue Ordinance 1900, as amended Depfsits which remain uiticlaimed
after a periodof three months shall be paid into General Revenue as duty payable on goods for which deposit was made..
The following deposits if not claimed by 31st May, 1962, shall be transferred to Rovenue.


Importer.

Geo. W. Bryson
Antigua Sugar Factory
Antigua Sugar Factory
Ash & Watson, Ltd.
D. L. Paisley
G. W. B. Bryson
Peter Newby
B. Best
M. Frederick
G. Ishmael


Article.

1 ctn. bottle stoppers
Steel tools
Tractor parts
Alum. Channel
Radio
Welding plant
Car parts
Photo materials
1 radio
I radio


Printed at the Government Printing Offie, Antigua, Leeward Iilands,
by EBAL PiaoTT, Govermnent Printer.-By Authority.
1962


[Prioe 53 oeits.


Date.
Jan. 23
Feb. 1
2

7
9
26
27
28


Amount.

$ 31.00
17.00
3.00
29.00
10.00
252.00
5.00
67.20
16.00
10.00

$440.20


E. O. A. PESTAINA,
Collector of Customs.


!_"kfay 10(, 1U627









MONTSERRAT


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1961, No. 12,


THE CURRENCY REGULATIONS, 1961, DATED OCTOBER 6TH,
1961, IADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR UNDER SECTION 13 OF
THE CURRENCY ORDINANCE, 1959, (No. 24/1959) AFTra
CONSULTATION WITH THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS O'
CURRENCY, BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORITIE: (EASTERN
GuOUv) AND WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE SECRETARY OF
STATE FOR TiH COLONIES.


1. Short Title. These Regulations may be cited as
the Currency Notes Regulations, 1961.
2. Interpretation. In these Regulations-
"Board has the same meaning as in the Currcency
Ordinance, 1959;
"Currency note means any note provided, issued or
re-issued, or to be provided, issued or re-issued
under the authority of the Currency Ordinance,
1959.
8. Currency Officers. (1) All the members of the
Board shall be Currency Officers for the purposes of these
Regulations.
(2) In addition the Board may, as they think necessary,
appoint such other persons to be Currency Officers aus the
Administrator may approve, and the Currency Officers so
appointed shall be paid such salary or remuneration as may be
fixed by the Board.
4. Plates for the Printing of Currency
Notes. (1) The plates bearing the devices approved by the
Secretary of State from which currency notes are to be printed
shall be prepared by a person selected by the Crown Agents for
the Colonies.
(2) The plates shall be retained in the custody of the
Crown Agents.

^*/7









5. Printing of Currency Notes. The currency
notes shall be printed under the supervision of the Crown Agents
as required from time to time by the Board.
6. Custody of Currency Notes. (1) All un-
issued currency notes, and all currency notes withdrawn from
circulation by the Board and selected for re-issue in accordance
with regulations 16 and 17 shall be kept in a strong fireproof
vault.
(2) Each door or entrance of the vault shall be secured by
three different locks, the keys or the combinations of which
shall be held respectively by such three Currency Officers as the
Board with the approval of the Administrator may from time to
time appoint.
7. Custody of Currency by Bank as Agent.
(1) In any Territory at which a bank h;is been appointed to
act as agent of the Board all unissued currency notes, and nll
currency notes withdrawn from circulation by the Board and
selected for re-issue in accordance with regulations 16 and 17,
shall be kept in a container approved by the Board in the Bank's
vault.
(2) The container shall be secured by three different locks,
one key or combination of which shall be held by such Currency
Officer as the Board with the approval of the Administrator
may from time to time appoint, and the other two keys or
combinations by two employees of the agent bank.
8. Issue of Currency Notes according to
Serial Numbers. All currency notes, on first issue, shall
be issued as far as possible in the order of their serial numbers.
9. Re-issue to be preferred to issue of
Currency Notes. The re-issue of currency notes selected
in accordance with regulations 16 and 17 shall be preferred to
the issue of currency notes not previously issued.
10. Minimum Sum to be exchanged for
Currency Notes or Sterling. (1) The minimum sum
that any person shall be entitled under the provisions of section
7 of the Currency Ordinance, 1959, to lodge with the Board
or with the Crown Agents shall be twenty-five thousand dollars
or the equivalent in sterling, as the case may be.
RATE OF COMMISSION. (2) The rate of commission
chargeable by the Board for the issue or redemption of currency
notes under the provisions of section 7 of the Currency Ordi-
nance, 1959, shall be published in the Gazette.









11. Books to be kept. The Board shall cause
books to be kept, to be called respectively-
(a) the Vault Book;
(b) the Currency Note Register;
(c) the Register of Currency Notes Issues;
(d) the Register of Currency Notes Destroyed.
12. The Vault Book. (1) The Vault Book shall
be kept in the vault or approved container in the vault of the
agent bank used for the keeping of currency notes in accordance
with regulations 6 and 7 and shall include a record of the date
of each transaction, showing the quantity in each denomination
of currency notes deposited or withdrawn (whether for issue,
re-issue or cancellation and destruction) and total nominal value
of each deposit or withdrawal, and the serial numbers of
currency notes received and issued for the first time.
(2) Every entry shall be signed by each one of the three
persons authorised to hold the key or combinations of the vault
or approved container in the vault of the agent bank under the
regulation 6 or 7.
18. Currency note Register. When currency
notes are supplied to the Board, or issued, withdrawn from
circulation, re-issued, cancelled or destroyed by the Board, an
entry shall forthwith be made in the Currency Note Register
and signed by at least two Currency Officers showing the date
and nature of each such transaction, the denominations and
total number of the notes involved and the denominations
and total number of all notes supplied to the Board, issued,
remaining unissued, withdrawn from circulation, re-issued.
cancelled, kept for destruction in accordance with provisions of
paragraph (3) of regulation 19 or destroyed by the Board up
to and including" the transaction which is then being recorded.
14. Register of Currency Note Issues. (1) In
the Register of Currency Note Issues there shall be recorded-
(a) in respect of each prefix number of a series the
total number of currency notes issued or re-issued by the
Board the total number of notes withdrawn from circulation
by the Board and selected for re-issue and the total number
of notes destroyed by the Board, together with the date
of issue or re-issue, withdrawal from circulation, destruction
and the balance of such currency notes in circulation
in each prefix number of a series;









(b) in the case of notes of denominations in excess of
t'ventv dollars, there shall also be recorded the serial
n11111)i'r in consecutive order of the currency notes issued
.," re-isuied biy the Board together with the date
,ff issre or re-issue and the date on which each note is
Ietroyed by the Board.
15. Register of Notes Destroyed. In the
iegi cer of Currency Notes Destroyed there shall be recorded-
(',) in thi: c:tse of notes of denominations in excess
,of t\'Wlntv doll'als, the serial numbers of notes destroyed
io'ether with the date of destruction;
(b) in every other case, the tolal number of notes
d(,troyed in respect of each prefix number of a series,
together with the date of destruction,
16. Classification of currency Notes with-
drawn from Circulation. When any currency notes
are wirthdrawni from circulation by the Board, the notes shall
forthwith be classified either for re-issue or destruction.
17. Re-issue of Notes. All currency notes selected
i.r rIe-i.-su under regulation 16 shall be placed in the vault and
k;.pt in the manner prescribed in regulations 6 and 7, but they
hliall be kept separately from the currency notes previously
un-issued.
18: Cancellation of Notes. When any currency
notr, has be-n selected for destruction under regulation 16, it
sl;:dl fr;.h:vith be cancelled in the presence of at least two
( rn e cy Otlicers by stamping, perforating, cutting or otherwise
l,.;acitin thi note in such a manner tas the Board mny approve;
;ai. any portion of such note which may have been removed
shall be burnt in the presence of at least two Currency Officers.
19. Destruction of cancelled notes. (1) After
c('celLLtion, currency notes of denoiininitions in excess of twenty
d ill.rs shall be arranged according to the serial numbers of
each prefix numin>er of each series in consecutive order and, as
far as possible, in lbndles of 100 notes, and currency notes of
all olher denoinirnations shall be arranged according to the
pretir number of each series of each denomination and, as far
as possible, in bundles of 100 notes.
(2) A fcr the currency notes have been classified, bundled,
11an recorded, they shalll be handed to at lest two Currency
Officers, none of whom shall have acted previously in respect of
the same notes under the foregoing provisions of this regulation;









and after being checked by the Currency Officers the currency
notes shall as far as possible be immediately destroyed in their
presence by fire in an incinerator provided for the purpose, and
the Currency Officers shall immediately after the destruction
sign a certificate, in a form to be approved by the Board, show-
ing the total number and value of the notes destroyed under
each prefix number of a series.
(3) If any currency notes are not destroyed by fire im-
mediately after they are handed to and checked by the Currency
Officers in accordance with the sub-regulation (2) of this
regulation, the Currency Officers shall certify the records in the
Register of Currency Notes Destroyed and seal and date the
bundles of currency notes, which shall forthwith be placed in
the vault and there kept until it is convenient to destroy them.
(4) When the sealed bundles of cancelled currency notes
are withdrawn from the vault, the notes shall be checked iaainlst
the records in the Register of Currency Notes jestrouyd by at
least two ('urrn nvc Officers who shall be the Currency Officers
who had seahld the bundles if those Officers are avaiilte: the
notes shall then be destroyed in their presence in accordance with
the provisions of sub-regulation (2) hereof, and they shall sign a
certificate in a form to be approved by the Board as provided
in that sub-regulation.
20. Board of Survey. (1) There shall be a Board
of Survey appointed by the Administrator, which shall consist of
at least two persons (neither of whom shall be a member of the
Board or a Currency Officer) and whose duty shall be to
examine the stocks of notes held by the Board, whether unissued,
awaiting re-issue or awaiting destruction, as the case may be.
(2) The Director of Audit shall be notified of every survey
to be held and shall be entitled to be present, either in person or
by his officers, at any survey.
(3) Ordinary surveys shall be held at least quarterly, and
in addition at least, one surprise survey shall be held every year,
but.the Administrator may order a surprise survey at any time.
(4) The Board of Survey, may at any survey, if it is
satisfied that the seals are intact, accept without counting the
contents thereof,
(a) any sealed package that bears the saal of the
Director of Audit, the Crown Agents for Oversea (ov\trn-
ients and Administrations, or a previous Buard of Survey;









(b) any sealed cabinets or similar containers the
contents of which are certified by and bear the seal of a
previous Board of Survey;

(c) any packages of redeemed or exchanged currency
notes sealed with the seal of the British Caribbean Currency
Board and bearing a Certificate signed by not less than two
Currency Officers to the effect that such packages have been
Sealed in their presence and that the contents thereof have
been checked by them.

(5) Where-

(a) the number of bundles of oancelked currency notes
of each denomination have been checked, and

(6) the keys to locked cabinets in wh.ch such currency
notes are stored are in the custody of two Currency Officers
not being custodians of keys to the vault or of one Currency
Officer not being a custodian of a key to the vaul* and an
Assistant Currency Officer, when two Currency Officers as
aforesaid are unavailable, the Board of Suevey may, at any
survey, accept without counting the contents thereof any
unsealed bundles purporting to contain one hundred
cancelled currency notes.

(6) A report of each survey containing a list of all packages
of notes showing how far the packages have been accepted or
counted shall be forwarded to the Administrator, the Director
of Au lit and to the Chairman of the Board who shall cause a
copy of the report to be furnished to each member of the Board.

(7) All books and documents in which is entered or
recorded any account, minute, memorandum, matte lor whatever
else shall tend to secure or to show a true account of the trans-
actions of the Board shall be at all times open to examination by
the Board of Survey.

21. Appointment of Agents, Officers and
Servants. Subject to the provisions of the Currency Ordi-
nance, 1959, and of these Regulations, the Board shall appoint
such agents, officers and servants and at such remuneration, as
they shall think fit.

22. Accounts. The Accounts of th1 boardd shall be
kept in the Currency Office at Hea;dquarters the Board in
such form as the Board may direct.









28. Annual Estimate of Revenue and Ex-
penditure. (1) The Executive Commissioner shall before
the commencement of each year submit for the Board's approval,
estimates of the income to be received and expenditure to be
incurred during the year.
SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES. (2) In the event of the
provision in the annual estimates proving insufficient, the prior
authority of the Board for any supplementary provision shall be
obtained before expenditure is incurred:
Provided that-
(a) The Chairman of the'Board may, in cases of
emergency, authorise expenditure, not exceeding five
hundred dollars, but such emergency supplementary
provision shall be submitted for the approval of the Board
as soon as practicable thereafter;
(b) The Chairman of the Board may, if he is satisfied
that there are compensatory savings available under any
other Head or Sub-head, authorise supplementary provision
not exceeding five hundred dollars under any other Head
or Sub-Head, but such supplementary expependiture shall
be circulated quarterly for the approval thereof by the
Commissioners.
AUTHORISED EXPENDITURE. (3) The Executive Com-
missioner is authorised to incur expenditure up to the amount
shown in the annual estimates or supplementary estimates
approved by the Board.
24. Previous Regulations Revoked. The
Currency (Notes) Regulations, 1951, and all amendments there-
to are hereby revoked.
25. Commencement. These Regulations shall be
deemed to have come into operation on the 1st day of October,
1961.
Made by the Administrator this 6th day of October, 1961.
H. BURROWES,
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VIRGIN ISLANDS.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1961, No. 14.

THE VEHICLES AND ROAD TRAFFIC (PASSENGER FARES)
(AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 1961, DATED JULY 25,
1961, MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR IN COUNCIL UNDER
43(1) (K) OF THE VEHICLES AND ROAD TRAFFIC ORDI-
NANCE, 1954 (No. 9 OF 1954) AS AMENDED.

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the
Vehicles and Road Traffic (Passenger Fares) (Amendment)
Regulations 1961, and shall be read as one with the Vehicles
and Road Traffic (Passenger Fares) Regulations, 1960 (S. R.
& 0. 1960, No. 29) hereinafter called the Principal Regulations.

2. Amendment of Principal Regulations.
The Principal Regulations are hereby amended by the sub-
stitution of the following for the Schedule thereto:-
"SCHEDULE.
For the purposes of this Schedule-
the limits of Road Town shall be deemed to the Agricultural Station on
the East and Fort Burt Hotel on the West:
"(US)" means in the currency of the United States of America.
1. SINGLE JOURNEYS


(a) FARES-


(




(v

(V


(
(^


One Passenger Two or more


(i) Within the limits of Road
Town (except as otherwise
provided) 25 c.
(ii) Road Town to Huntumns Ghut 50 c.
iii) Fort Burt to Agricultural
Station 50 c.
(iv) Road Town to Pasea Hall 40 c.
(v) Road Town to Pasea Hall Hill 50 c.
(vi) Road Town to Baughers Bay 50 c.
vii) Road Town/Banghers Bay to
East End/Long Look 75 c.
iii) Road Town to Belle Vue 65 c.
ix) Road Town to Hope 75 c.
(x) Road Town to Harrigan 75 c.
(xi) Road Town to Slaney 40 c.
xii) Road Town to Sea Cow Bay 50 c.
iii) Road Town to the Towers 80 c.
iv) Road Town to West End Office $1.00
xv) Road Town to Little Apple Bay $1.30


(US)
I,


passengers


25 c. (US) each
25c. ,, ,,


25 c.
25 c.
30 c.
25 c.
75 c.
65 c.
75 o.
75 c.
25 c.
50 c.
80 c.
$1.00
*1.30










(xvi) Road Town to Carrot B;y $1.40 ,, $1.40
(xvii) Road Town to Ballast Bay $1.75 ,, $1.75
(xviii) Carrat Bay to West End Otfice 50 ,. 50 c. ,

(6) Children under ten years of age shall not be
charged more than half fare.
(c) Each passenger shall be permitted to carry two
pieces of baggage free of cost.
2. CHARTER JOURNEYS
(a) FARES- One Way Return
(i) Road To'wn to Ch.ipel Hill or Kingston $2.00 (US) $3.00 (US)
(ii) Road Town to Brandy Wine Bay ,,3.50 ,, ,,5.25 ,,
(iii) Road Town to Half Moon B ay ,,4.00 ,. ,,6.00 ,,
(iv) Road Town to Paraquita Bay ,.4.00 ,, .,6.00 ,,
(v) Road Town to Hodge's Creek ,,4.50 ,6.75 ,,
(vi) Road Town to Long Look or East End .,5.00 ,, ,.00
(vii) Road Town to Beef Island Landing ,,5.50 ,, ,,8.00 ,
(viii) Hoad Town to Daif's Bot 'ni ,,1.20 ,. 1.80
(ix) Road Town to All)io, Sea Cow Bay ,,2.00 ., ,3.00 ,,
(x) Road Town to Parsons, S-a Cow Bay .,2.50 .,3.75
(xi) Road Townl to rf:'ih. Sea Cow Bay ,,3.25 ,, ,,4.88 ,,
(xii) Road Town to Pookwood Pond ,,3.75 ., ,,5.60 ,,
(xiii) Road Town to Towers ,,5.50 ,. ,,8.00 ,,
(xiv) Road Town to West End Office ,.6.00 ,, ,,8.50 ,,
(xv) Roal Town to Lojng Bay ,,6.00 ,, 8.50 ,,
(xvi) Road Town to Carrot Hay ,,7.50 ,, $10.00 ,,
(xvii) Road Town to Ballast Bay ,,9.00. ,, $12.00 ,,
(xviii) Road Town to Belle Ve .,3.00 ,,.00 ,
(xix) Road Town to Harrigan ,,3.00 ,,5.00 ,,
(b) WAITING CHARGES-
The first thirty minutes free:
each thirty minutes thereafter or part thereof-
50 c. (US)
3. TIME CHARTER-
Within the limits of Road Town...$3.50 (US) for the first hour
and $3.00 (US) for each additional, a proportionate part of the
said charge being paid for part of any hour.
4. OTHER JOURNEYS-
The maximum fare chargeable in respect of a single or charter
journey between Road Town and any place not listed in this Schedule
shall be the maximum fare chargeable to the next place beyond which
is listed in this Schedule."
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. 23.
The Diplomatic Privileges (International Atomic Energy
Agency) Order, 1961, dated August 22nd 1961, made by
the Administrator in Council under section 2 of the
Diplomatic Privileges (Extension) Act, 1948,

1. CITATION. This Order may be cited as the Diplomatic
Privileges (International Atomic Energy Agency) Order, 1961.
2. INTERPRETATION. In this Order the Act "means the
Diplomatic Privileges (Extension) Act, 1948.
PART I
THE AGENCY
3. DECLARATION. The International Atomic Ener gy
Agency (hereinafter referred to as the Agency) is an organiza-
tion of which Her Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom
and the Government of foreign sovereign Powers are members.
4. BODY CORPORATE. The Agency shall have the legal
capacities of a body corporate and, except in so far as in any
particular case it has expressly waived its immunity, immunity
from suit and legal process. No waiver of immunity shall be
deemed to extend to any measure of execution.
5. INVIOLABILITY OF OFFICIAL ARCHIVES, ETC. The
Agency shall have the like inviolability of official archives an d
premises occupied as offices as is accorded in respect of the official
archives and premises of an envoy of a foreign sovereign Power
accredited to Her Majesty.
6. EXEMPTION FROM TAXES. The Agency shall have the
like exemption or relief from taxes and rates, other than taxes
on the importation of goods, as is accorded to a foreign sovereign
Power.
7. EXEMPTION FROM CUSTOM DUTY. The Agency shall
have exemption from taxes on the importation of goods directly
imported by the Agency for its official use in the Colony or for
exportation or on the importation of any publications of the
Agency directly imported by it, such exemption to be subject to
compliance with such conditions as the Collector of Customs may
prescribe for the protection of the Revenue.









8. EXEMPTION FROM PROHIBITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
ON IMPORTATION, ETC. The Agency shall have exemption from
prohibitions and restrictions on importation or exportation in the
case of goods directly imported or exported by the Ageney for
its official use and in the case of any publications of the Agency
directly imported or exported by it.
9. REDUCED RATES FOR TELEGRAPHIC -COMMUNICATION.
The Agency shall have the right to avail itself, for telegraphic
communications sent by it and containing only matter intended
for publication by the press or for broadcasting (including com-
munications addressed to or despatched from places outside the
Colony), of any reduced rates applicable for the corresponding
service in the case of press telegrams.
PART II
REPRESENTATIVES
10. IMMUNITIES AND PIIVILEGES. Except in so far as in
any particular case any immunity or priviledge is waived by the
Government of the member States whom he represents,
a representative of a member State of the Agency or any
of its organs at meetings convened by it shall enjoy:-
(a) In respect of words spoken or written and all sets
done by him in his official capacity, the like immunity from
suit and legal process as is accorded to any envoy of a
foreign sovereign Power accredited to Her Majesty;
(b) While exercising his functions and during his
journeys to and from the place of meeting, the like immunity
from personal arrest or detention and from seizure of his
personal baggage and the like in violability for all papers and
documents as is accorded to an envoy of a foreign sovereign
Power accredited to Her Majesty.
(2) Where the incidence of any form of taxation depends
upon residence, any period during which a representative to
whom this Article applies is present in the Colony for the exer-
cise of his functions shall for the purpose of determining his
liability to taxation, be treated as not being a period of residence
in the Colony.
(3) Part IV of the Schedule to the Act shall not operate
so as to confer any immunity or privilege on members of the
official staff of a representative to whom this Article applies
other than alternates, advisers, technical experts and secretaries
of delegations.








(4) Neither the provisions of the proceeding paragraph of
this Article nor those of Part IV of the Schedule to the Act
shall operate so as to confer any immunity or privilege on any
person as the representative of Her Majesty's Government in
the Colony or as a member of the official staff of such a
representative or on any person who is a citizen of the United
Kingdom and Colonies.
PART III
OFFICERS

11. OFFICERS ENTITLED TO IMMUNITY AND PRIVILEGES.
Except in so far as in any particular case any immunity or
privilege is waived by the Agency, the Director General of the
Agency and four Deputy Directors General of the Agency
shall enjoy the like immunity from suit and legal process, the
like inviolability of residence and the like exemption or relief
from taxes, other than income tax, as is accorded to an envoy
of a foreign sovereign Power accredited to Her Majesty, and
exemption from income tax in respect of emoluments received
by them as officers of the Agency; provided that the provisions
of this Article shall not apply to any person who is a citizen of
the United Kingdom and Colonies.
12. MEMBERS OF STAFF. Except in so far as in any parti-
cular case any immunity or privilege is waived by the Agency,
all members of the staff of the Agency except those who are
locally recruited and assigned to hourly rates shall enjoy:-
(a) Immunity from suit and legal process in respect
of words spoken or written and all acts done by them in
the course of the performance of their official duties;
(b) Exemption from income tax in respect of emolu-
ments received by them as officers of the Agency.

PART IV

PERSONS ON MISSIONS

13. IMMUNITY ON MISSIONS. (1) Except in so far as in
any particular case any immunity or privilege is waived by the
Agency, experts (other than officers of the Agency) who are
members of any committee of the Agency or who are employed
on missions on behalf of the Agency, and officers of the
Agency who are employed on missions as inspectors or project









examiners on behalf of the Agency shall, so far as is necessary
for the effective exercise of their functions, enjoy:-
(a) In respect of words spoken on written or acts
done by them in the performance of their official duties
the like immunity from suit and legal process as is
accorded to an envoy of a foreign sovereign Power
accredited to Her Majesty;
(b) While exercising their functions and during their
journeys in connexion with service on such committees or
missions, the like inviolability for papers and documents
as is accorded to an envoy of a foreign sovereign Power
accredited to Her Majesty;
(c) While exercising their functions and during their
journeys in connexion with service on such committees or
missions, the like immunity from personal baggage as is
accorded to an envoy of a foreign sovereign Power
accredited to Her Majesty; provided that the provisions
of this sub-paragraph shall not apply to any person who
is a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies.
(2) Part IV of the Schedule to the Act shall not operate
as to confer any immunity or privilege on the official staff of
persons to whom the provisions of paragraph (1) of this
Article apply.
PART V
COMMENCEMENT
14. COMMENCEMENT. This Oader shall come into opera-
tion on a date on which the Agreement on the Privilege and
Immunities of the International Atomic Energy Agency enters
into force with respect to the Uuited Kingdom. This date
shall be notified in the Gazette.
Made by the Administrator in Council this 22nd day of
August, 1961.
RALPH T. O'NEAL,
Clerk of the Council.



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VIRGIN ISLANDS.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1961, No. 27.


The Protected Beaches Order, 1961, Dated October 3rd,
1961, made by the Administrator in Council under
section 8 of the Beach Protection Ordinance, 1960
(No. 3 of 1960).

1. CITATION. This Order may be cited as the Pro-
tected Beaches Order, 1961.
2. PROTECTED BEACAES. The beaches in the
various localities in the Colony specified in the Schedule hereto
are hereby declared to be protected beaches for the purposes of
the provisions of the Beach Protection Ordinance, 19(00.
Made by-the Administrator in Council this 3rd day of
October, 1961.
R. T. O'NEAL,
Clerk of the Council.
Approved by resolution of the Legislative Council this
25th day of January, 1962.
Clerk of the Council.
J. M. CLARK.

SCHEDULE
(1) Tortola:
Baughers Bay
Belmont Bay
Big Apple Bay
Brandy Wine Bay
Brewers Bay
Cane Garden Bay
Cappoon's Bay
Fish Bay
Josiah's Bay
Kingstown Bay
Lamberts Bay
Little Apple Bay
Long Bay
Pockwood Pond Bay










(2) Virgin Gorda:
Deep Bay
Handsome Bay (portion own by Major I. V. Major)
Little Trunk Bay
Mountain Trunk Bay
Nail Bay
Plum Tree :Bay
Robins Bay
Saddle Bay
St. Thomas Bay
Spring Bay (portion owned by C. S. Roy)
The Baths
Valley Trunk Bay
White Bay
(3) Beef Island:
Conch Bay
Long Bay
Well Bay
(4) Jost Van Dyke:
Great Harbour
Sandy Bay
White Bay
(5) Cooper Island:
Manchioneel Bay
(6) Anegada
(7) Little Jost Van Dyke
(8) Prickly Pear
(9) Saba Rock
(10) Salt Island
(11) Sandy Island
(12) Sandy Spit
(13) Scrub Island
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