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Group Title: Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette.
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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 Material Information
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
Physical Description: 12 v. : ; 25-35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Publisher: Govt. Printer.
Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
Publication Date: July 5, 1962
Frequency: weekly (irregular)
weekly
completely irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
legislation   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Antigua and Barbuda -- Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
General Note: Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076853
Volume ID: VID00352
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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 141
        Page 142
        Page 143
        Page 144
        Page 145
        Page 146
    Antigua, Imperial Legislation (Statutory Instrument) , No. 1084 of 1962: West Indies (Dissolution and Iterim Commisioner) Order in Council, 1962
        A-1
        A-2
        A-3
        A-4
        A-5
        A-6
        A-7
        A-8
        A-9
        A-10
        A-11
        A-12
        A-13
        A-14
        A-15
        A-16
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 8 of 1962: Compensation (Land of Alvan Camacho) Ordinance, 1962
        B-1
        B-2
        B-3
        B-4
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 2 of 1962: Road Traffic (Amendment) Regulations, 1962
        C-1
        C-2
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 3 of 1962: Pensions (Amendment) Regulations, 1962
        D-1
        D-2
        D-3
        D-4
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 4 of 1962: Public Holidays (Opening of Shops) Order, 1962
        E-1
        E-2
Full Text







THE

ANTIGUA, MONTSER

AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.

JPublished by cAuthority.


VOL. VII.


THURSDAY, 5TH JULY, 1962.


Notices.

Under the provisions of A
of the Montserrat Letters Pat
and in accordance with the
the Chief Minister, His Ho
Administrator has today
Mr. JAMES WILLIAM ALLE
Member of the Executive Cc

Administrator's O /ice,
Montserrat.
23rd June, 1962.
C.198-11

British Nationality Aot
It is hereby notified for g
formation that a Certificate o
lisation No. 3 of 1962, dated
day of May, 1962, has beer
to MR. CHRISTIAN AUGUST
ERICK of North Street, S
Antigua, under the British
ality Act, 1948.
Attorney General's Chambe
Administration Buildi
St. John's.
26th June, 1962.
Ref. No. A 55/4

Cuba-Overdue Coi
mercial Debts.
With reference to the Pre
concerning Commercial Ar
to United Kingdom Conce
Cuba and dated 20th Octol
the Board of Trade in th
Kingdom is anxious to
earliest possible information
outstanding debts. Accord
Companies and individuals i
and Barbuda who are owed
Cuban individuals, business
other bodies should as a
urgency ensure that they hay
the Board of Trade of all si
owing to them payment of
overdue.

2. The following details
provided as far as they are av
(a) Date of transaction.
(b) Date payment due.
(e) Name and address
debtor.
(d) Name and address
resentative in Cuba.
(e) Gross sum due in
States dollars.

X

X `s o-

'p-9 o


article 13
ent, 1959
advice of
nour the
appointed
IN to be a
)uncil.


(f) Cuban Bank or Cuban Govern-
mont reference number (Usnally
includes the letters "S.A.C."
or LO ").
The information should be for-
warded direct to the Commercial
Relations and Exports department ,
Board of Trade, Room 5150 Ho:se-
guards Avenue, London, S.W.I, and a
copy furnished to this Ministry for
any comments the Government may
wish to make to the Secretary of State
for the Colonies.


3. The information now requested
S1948. should cover not only sums owed for
goods supplied to Cuba but also sums
general in- due for s-rvices and other "invisible"
>f Natura- transactions. It should cover all
I the 25th moni s owing and overdue as at 31st
1 granted May. 196l2, irrespective of the date of
US FRED- the transaction from which the debt
t. John's arose.
h Nation-
Nation- Ministry of Trade, Production and
Labour. 28th June, 1P62.
rs. _
Notice is hereby given that Revenue
Receipt Counterfoil No. 76616 from
Revenue Receipt Book bearing series
No. 76601-76700 has been lost.

m- Any person finding same is request-
ed to hand it in to the Office of the
Director of Agriculture at his Office
ss Release at Friars Hill.
rears due
rns from Dated the 23rd day of June, 1962.
)er, 1961,
e United L. A. THOMAS.
have the Ag. Director of Agriculture.


n on all
ingly, all
n Antigua
money by
houses or
matter of
'e notified
ich debts
which is

should be
ailable:-




of Cuban

Sof rep-

United


No. 40.
Appointments, transfers, etc., in
the public service, with effect from
the dates stated, are published for
general information:-
Antigua.
ALEXANDER, B., Petty Officer Class
III, Electricity Department, re-
signed appointment.
May 3, 62
ANDRE, Mrs. D.. District Nurse/Mid-
wife, Medical Department, retired.
June 20, 62
AMBROSE, Miss Y., Appointed Uncer-
tificated Teacher, Education Depart-
ment. April 9, 62
ANTONIO, Mrs. C., Clerk. Treasury
Department appointed acting Senior
Clerk, Treasury Department.
Mar. 12, 62


BOWRY, Miss A., Uncertificated Teach-
er, Education Department. resigned
appointment. May 4 62
BAYNES, Miss L., Appointed Di-trict
Nurse/Midwife, Medical De-part-
ment. Dec. 12. 61
BROWNE, L., Appointed Clerk. Cen-
tral Board of Health.
June 17, 62
BUNTlN, Miss L.. Ward Siste-. Hol-
berton Hospital, appointed acting
Assistant Matron, Holberton Hospi-
tal. April 24, 62
CHRISTIAN, C., Chief Petty Officer,
Public Works Department, retired.
June 7. 62
CHARLES, Miss I., Student Nurse,
appointed as Staff Nurse, Holherton
Hospital. April 1, 62.
DEFREITAs, E., Clerk. Treasury De-
partment appointed to act as
Senior Clerk, Treasury Department.
Feb. 8,-Mar. 10 0i"
EDWARDS. A. C., Clerk. Ptasant
Development Services. resigned ap-
pointment. May 10, 62
GARDNER. R., Appointed Clerk,
Treasury Department.
Nov. 1, 60
GORDON. Miss L., Student Nurse ap-
pointed Staff Nurse, Holbe r t o n
Hospital April 1, 62.
GEORG Miss G., Certificated Elemen-
tary School Assistant Grade II,
appointed to act as Head Teacher
Grade II, Education Department,
May 14, 62
GEORGE, Mrs. C., Clerk, Administra-
tion, appointed Senior Clr k,
Treasury Department,
Feb. 14. 62
GREEN, J., Appointed Petty Officer
Class III, Electricity Department,
May 28. 62
GONSALVES, Miss .., Appointed Clerk,
Public Library, April 16, 62.
HAMPSON, Miss J., Appointed Clerk,
Peasant Development Services.
July 17, 61
HAYNES, Miss O., Petty Officer Class
III, Mental Hospital, appointment
terminated March 7, 62

JOSEPH, R., Clerk. Electricity Depart-
ment, appointed to act as Senior
Clerk Audit Department,
May 1. 62
JOSEPH, L., Potty Officer Class II,
Mental Hospital, appointed Prison
Officer Prison Department,
June 1, 62


No. 33.









142 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


[July 5, 1962. \


JARVIS. C., Fet;y Officoer Class 1I.
Magistrate's Department, r -signed
appointment, May 27, 62

JOSEPH. Miss S., Appointed Unct ui-
floated Tt'achl-r, Education Dep:art-
ment, April 9, 62

LABADVE. Mt-i E.. Assistant Telchr
Grade ,11. IEiluc;ti,.n I)'p:trtirt,
appoint. I to act :s H :,l 'T'eahor 11[,
J;il. 22. t;2
LUCAS, Mrs. N., Pblir H*alrli Nur--,.
Medical Dopartient, appoint e to
act as Sronior Public lieailth Nurse,
April 13 62
LLOYD, Miss A.. Appoint, d (CI e r k,
C 1-ntral Board ,f Healhll.
Dec. 28, 61.
LtBLANC, Miss V.. A pp),intel Cleirk.
Customs Department.
April 1O, '2.
MASSIAH, W.. Appinte, C 1 or .k,
Public Works Depart niirt,
March 1, 62.
MERCHANT. Miss B., Assistant
Teacher Grade I, appointed to act
as Head Tl-aclhr I, May 14. ;2

ORR, R., Appointed Pebty Officer
Cl:as II Cus.tomns D'-partrmtrnt.
Feb. 28. (;2,
PRINCE, Miss I.. Clerk, Post (Ofico,
resigned :ppointmrnii
Mar. 30. 62
R]nID. Miss I., Student Nnus'-. ap-
pointed as Staff Nurse, Ho]lmlrtrn
Hospital.

RAYNE.. M., Petty Officer Class II,
Fisheries Departr 'nt, traisfrre d
as Petty Olticir Oiss It. Menral
Hospital. .Jin- 1. 1'2

SIMON, Miss (.. Student Nurse. a)p-
pointed as Staff Nrose, liol)erton
Hospital. Apr. 1, 62

SAMUEL L.. Appointed Clerk, Cus-
toms Department. Apr. 16, 62

WARNER,'J., Power Plant Operator,
Electricity Ice & Cold Storage
Department retired.
Sep. 21, 62
WALLIN4, S. L., Colonial Postmnster,
General Post Office, retired.
.Inly 13. 62
WARNER. Miss V.. Student Nurse,
appointed as Staff Nursa. Hid lerton
Hospital. Apr. 5, 62

WALTER, Miss A., Appointed Clerk,
Administration Department.
May 1. )62


W .\ ..Tl:l, M sS K., A ) pTilt, i J U (er-
tiliiiti d Teaclier, Elnucaii n De-
Sa.twienit May 14, 62
WVI'YTE:, C.. Appintiid TUncertifieatt-d
TAch'-r, E lu:! ion Departmo'nrt.
April 9, 62


No. 41.

Ti' fdlowinii I peril L-ginlation
No. 1(184 of 1J1,;2. Orilinance and
Statutory Rules and Or.lers are circn-
lated within this Gazette and form
part thereof:-

IMPERIAL LEGISLATION.

No,. 1(S4 of 19l62, "'Thf West
Inli.-s (Dissolition and Interim Conm-
missioii(r) Ordi.-r in Council. 1962."
I 11'pp. Rice 35 cls.

ORDINANCE.

Attti/ut.

No. 8 of 1962. "' The Compiensation
(Land of Alvan CIalmacho) Or finance,
1962." 3 pp. Prre 9 cis.

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS

Mon teer'rat.

No. 2 of 1962, The Road Traffic
'(Amendment) og 1 lpp. Price 5 cta.

Virin Imlands.

No. 3 of 1962, Tic Pensions
(A nendment) Regulations, 1962."
3pp. Price 9 elt.
No. 4 of 1962. '-The Public Holi-
days (Opening of Shops) Order, 1962."
1 pp. Price 5 cis.


The Trade & Revenue Ordi-
nance, No. 8 of 1900.
Under the provisions of Section 48
of this Ordinance the confiscated
goods described below will be sold
by Public Auction at. the Govrninmnt
Warehouse Wharf. at the foot of St.
Mary's Stre-t on 'IThursday 12th J.uly,
1962, at 2.30 p.m.
1 Boat
1 Outboard Motor.


Ref. No. 2007/1


TIADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 16th June, 1962.

It. J. Re nholds ToLbacco Company
of Main and Fourth Streets, City of
Wiinston-Salem State of North Caro-
lina, U. S. A. have p p li e d for
Rs-istration of one Trade Mark con-
sis inlg of tlie following:-


il_7




iOBACCOTASTE


in Class 45, that is to say, manufac-
tured tobacco products.

The Applicants claim that they have
used the said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goods for three months
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. MeIooserrat & Virgin
Islands (fazrtet. give notice in dupli-
cate at the r a d e Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the s:id Trade Mark.

O. W. JACK.
Registrar of Trade Marks..



RAINFALL FIGURES.

Agrloultural Department,
Antigua


Month.
January
Feb.
March
April
May
Jame 3'0th


E. 0. PESTATNA,
(ol'IerCot' vif Cnsqtors.


U1975 19-19 1144it0 1'i.' 1 1962
0.' 58 S 1.16 ;5.1) 2 3 1 0.92
1.2-2 (0.734 3. 1 S I 4 0.81
7.79) 9.02 1.49 231i 4.42
131.12 0.48 1 79' 290 5.10
2-1,(3 17.91 14.57 11.111 21_2iR









THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 15th June, 1962.
Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Company of 120t Mulberry Street, Des Moines 9, Iowa, U. S. A. have applied for Regis-
tration of one Trade Mark consisting of the following:-


in Class 50 (10) in respect of chickens and hatching eggs
The Applicants claim that they havi not used the said Trade Mark in r *spect of the said goods before the date of
their said Application.
Any person may within three months from the date of the first appe;n:anca of this Advertiseiment in the Antigua,
XMontserrat & Virgin Tslands Gazettp give notice in duplicate at the T'rai Marks Office, Antigua, of opposition to
registration of tb- aid Trade Mark.
O. W. JACK.
Registrar of Trade Marks.


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES AND BRITISH CARIBBEAN COIN IN CIRCULATION IN THE
BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN iGOUP) ON 1st JUNE, 1962.


Average circulation during April, 1962:--
British Caribbean Currency
Demonetized Govt. note,-

Total Average
British Caribbefn Notes and Coins in
circulation on 1st June, 1962:-
Trinidad and Tobago
Barbados
British Guiannr
Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica
Antigua
St. Kitts
Montserrat
Proof Sets of Coins
S Total British Caribbean Notes and Coins
in circulation on 1st June, 1962


Noiis.

94,459,971
980,348

$95,440,319


Coins.
$
4,779,752.00

$4,779,752.00


43,392,243.00 2,162,121.00
7,730,225.00 679,450.00
30,764,845.00 1,017,786.00
5,087,100.00 213,800.00
720,300.00 114,325.00
1,269,000.00 141,825.00
2,319,400.00 122,725.00
4,386,300.00 160,175.00
873,600.00 139,575.00
257,300.00 26,100.00
1,870.00

$96,800,313.00 $4,779,752.00


Demonetized Govt. Note~ outstanding
Trinidad and Tobago
British Guiana
Barbados
Total Government note outstanding

Total circulation on let June, 1962

Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Building,
Port of Spain, Trinidad, W.I.


on 1st June,


1962:-
674,246.00
241,265.00
64,229.00
979,740.00

$97,780,053.00 $4,779,752.00


L. SPENcE,
Executive Commissionir,
Br. Caribbean Currency Board.


I_


I_ _


A, July 5, 1962.


143









144 THE ANTIGUA MON FSkI-RAT & VIl:INX ISLANDS GAZETTE.


TENDERS FOR GROCERIES ETC.

'Thl following tenders lihave behen ari.'pted for the, supply of the mndermentioned items to Government
Institutions and other D.:partmelnts, for ith h:alf-year ending 31st December, 1962:-

GROCERIES


Keith Edwards


Lake's New Market













Geo. W. Bennett
Bryson & Co. Ltd.


Rice-Sn per
Iice-S.Q.
!'lonr akinn Gri:le A)
Flour (not baking)
Sug-ar (browe)
Sugar (whitf i
Milk (,vapolrated)
Oil (edlille) imported
Oil (locil I
Fruits (Irgee)
Beef (s:ilr l)
Pork (tails)
P:irk (lheislkii.)
I 'or: (elear)
Polk (-noiits)
L'ird


Blue
Bi-ef cannedd)
S:'rdines
Fish (ling)
Fish (cod. hake, Pollock)
Fruits medium)
t .ef- (honel-,ss)
1-el (bone bLef)
Onions (Can. & Dutch)
Potatoes (Can. & Dutch)
Soap
Washing1 So6ia
Froz-n Poultry (necks & backs)
:FIrozx~i Pnlry (wings)
Frozen Poultry (sliced chicken)
Frozn Poultry (whole chicken)
Meal (loiw:l)
Butter (cooking)

Butter (table)
Milk (condensed)
Margarine
Arrowroot


$26.45 per bhi of 177 lbs
. -21.7(0 per bag of 177 lbs.
l 0.2"' pr bag of 100 lbs.
$ I.75' p.r bag of 100 lbs.
.g$2.02 per bag of 249 lbs.
$1:;I.00 per I ,g of 112 lbs.
$13.:I0 per case of 48 X 14)oz. tins
S3.40( per imp. gal.
$ 3.60 per imp. gal.
$-21.N0 per ctn. of 24x21 11). tins
$95. 00 per 200 lb. barrel
$95.00 per 200 lb barrel or 60c. per lb.
$60.00 per 200 lb. barrel or 35e. per lb.
$78.0(0 per 20) Ib. barrel or 45c. per lb.
$95.l0( pvr 200 lb. barrel or 50c. per lb.
$1000(1 per 25 lb. bucket
$ 2.10 per 5 lb. tins
.95c. per half-gross
$29.00 per case of 48X 12 oz. tins
$1 1.75 per ctn. of 100 x 31 oz. tins
S16i.00 per case of 100 lbs. or 50c. per lb.
$35.00 per 100 lb.
$12.00 per ctn. of 24 tins
.65c. per lb.
.55c. per lb.
18c. per lb.
$11.00 per 100 lb. bag less than 100 lbs. 12c. per lb.
$ 9.95 per ctn. of 50 lbs.
.IOc. per 11).
.35c. per lb.
.70n. per b.,
-90c. per 1b.
.85c. p,-r lb.
$11.20 per 100 lbs.
$ 4.45 per 5 lbs.

$ 4.60 per 5 lb. tin
$14.70 per case of 48 X 14 oz.
$ 2.10 per tin of 5 lbs.
.18c. per lb.


Open Market


Diokenson's Bakery


Mental Hospital
Fiinnes Institute
L-per Home
Boys' 'Prainiing School
Holberton Hospital


.17c. p-r 1b.
-17c. per lb.
.15.5c. per lb.
.16.5c. per 1b.
.16."ic. per Ib.


Geo. W. B. Bryson &
Co. Ltd.


KEROSENE OIL


Current wholesale price on date ..f delivery lss duty, less Lc. W.L per Imperial Gallon.


Milk
Cheese


BREAD


[July 5, 1962 '%








THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT, & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


Hurricane Precautions, 1962.


1. At the beginning of the Hurricane Season the public are advised to take precautions
to safeguard their homes and other property in the event of a storm. During a hurricane the
central electricity supply will be turned off, and every household should therefore be provided with
-a hurricane lantern or a flash light (or preferably with both) which should be checked regularly
and kept in working order throughout the hurricane season.
2. Owners of barometers should take readings daily at 10 a.m., 4 p.m. and 10 p.m.
.Any change lower than the usual diurnal one of 0-10 inch should he regarded with suspicion.
3. The masters or agents of vessels if in doubt should communicate with the Harbour
Master for information.
4. When barring up a house, on indication of bad weather, begin with the side facing
*the direction of the prevailing wind, which varies from North West to North East. Should the
-centre of a storm pass over the island there will be a short period of calm during which the
Northern side of the building could he opened up ind the Southern and Westerly sides closed.
Very often there is no ca!yn, a;id under such circumstances it is wise to have everything securely
-fastened.
5 The i'nited S.;iutcs ~eat iti-r lBur,-u at '"an .iuun, Puerto lico, issues regular weather
,reports for the Eastern Caribbean which are Iroaicast in Spanish and English daily throughout the
-hurricane season by several radio stations in Puerto Iico.

Storm W warning' Signyals.

AT DAY-The following signals displayed at the Harbour Master's Office, Goat Hill, Ottos Hill,
(Michael's Mount) Police Headquarters and other Police stations in the Island
denote the approach of disturbed weather:--
A. A RED FLAG with black square in centre means Tropical disturbance reported;
likely to affect island of Antigua-CAUTION ADVISED.
B. TWO RE) FLAGS, with black squares in centre-HURRICANE SIGNAL-
DANGER EXPECTED.
C. REI) PENNANT when hoisted to serve as SMALL CRAFT WARNING only.
AT NIGHT.
A. TWO DETONATING ROCKETS will be Fired from the Harbour Master's Office
to warn shipping
B. A RED LIGHT will be displayed at Police Stations
DAY & NIGHT.
The Police will go through St. John's and Villages sounding their whistles.
Telephone Exchanges will inform subscribers. After a hurricane warning has been
received the news will he broadcast by The Antigua Broadcasting Service 644
kilocycles at regular intervals:-9 a.m., 5 p.m. and more often if necessary.
4dminiltrator's Offiet,
St. John's, Antigua.
4th June, 1962.
Qef. No. A, 5216.









Pr inted at the Gr vf rnmnnt Printing Ofiee, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
:,y ROBErT LINDSAY, Aoting (;Gorrnmeint Printer.--liy Authority.
1962
IPrice 7; cPents.]


July 5, 196213











STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS

1962 No. 1084
CARIBBEAN AND NORTH ATLANTIC TERRITORIES
The West Indies (Dissolution and Interim Commis-
sioner) Order in Council 1968
Made .... 23rd May, 1962
Laid before Parliament ...... 28th May, 1962
Coming into Operation .... 29th May, 1962
At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 23rd day of May, 1962
Present,
The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council
Her Majesty, by virtue of the powers conferred upon Her
by the West Indies Act 1962(a) and of all other powers
enabling Her in that behalf, is pleased, by and with the
advice of Her Privy Council, to order, and it is hereby
ordered, as follows:-
1:-(1) This Order may be cited as the West Indies Citation nad
(Dissolution and Interim Commissioner) Order in Council Om nt"
1962.
(2) This Order shall come into operation on 29th May,
1962.
2.--(1) In this Order, unless the context otherwise Interprets-
requires- tion.
"the Commissioner" means the person holding the
office of Commissioner established by article 4 of
this Order and includes any person performing the
functions of that office under article 5 of this
Order;
"the General Fund" means the fund established by
article 11 of this Order;
"the Federation" means the Federation of the West
Indies;


(a) 10 &.ll Eliz 2 c. 19,









"the Territories means the following territories (with
their respective dependencies, if any), that is to
say, the Colonies of:-
(a) Antigua,
(b) Barbados,
(c) the Cayman Islands,
(d) Dominica,
(e) Grenada,
(f) Jamaica,
(g) Montserrat,
(h) Saint Christopher, Nevis and Anguilla,
(i) Saint Lucia,
(.j) Saint Vincent,
(k) Trinidad and Tobago, and
(1) the Turks and Caicos Islands;
and "Territory means any of the territories aforesaid.

(2) The Interpretation Act 1889(b) shall apply, with
the necessary adaptations, for the purpose of interpreting
this Order and otherwise in relation thereto as it applies for
the purpose of interpreting, and in relation to, Acts of
Parliament.

3.-(1) The Federation and, with it, the Federal
Government, the Federal Legislature, the Federal Supreme
Court and the other Federal authorities established by the
Constitution annexed to the West Indies (Federation) Order
in Council 1957(a) shall be dissolved on such day (herein-
after referred to as "the appointed day ") as the Commis-
sioner may, by proclamation, appoint; and accordingly that
Constitution shall ease to have effect on that day.
(2) Section 38 (2) of the Interpretation Act 1889 shall
apply to the cesser of the said Constitution as it applies to
the repeal of an Act of Parliament.

(b) 52 & 63 Vict. o. 63.
(a) S.I. 195711364 (1957 I, p. 202).


Dissolution of
the Federa-
tion.











4.-(1) There shall be a Commissioner for the
Territories, who shall be appointed by Her Majesty by
instructions given through a Secretary of State.
(2) The Commissioner shall hold office during Her
Majesty's pleasure and shall receive such emoluments and
allowances, which shall be paid out of the General Fund,
and shall have such other conditions of service as Her
Majesty may direct by instructions given through a Secre-
tary of State.

5.-(1) If the office of Commissioner is vacant or the
Commissioner is absent from the Territories or is for any
reason unable to perform the functions of his office, those
functions may be performed by such person or persons as
may be designated by Her Majesty by instructions given
through a Secretary of State.
(2) The Commissioner shall not, for the purposes of
this article, be regarded as absent from the Territories or as
unable to perform the functions of his office by reason only
that he is in passage between any of the Territories.
6. The Commissioner shall be a corporation sole
having perpetual succession with the style of "the Interim
Commissioner for the West Indies" and shall have an
official seal and be capable of purchasing or otherwise
acquiring, holding and alienating movable or immovable
property and, save as otherwise provided by regulations
made under this Order, of doing all such acts as corporations
sole may lawfully do.

7. The Commissioner shall, subject to the provisions
of this Order or of any other law whereby functions are
conferred upon him, perform his functions in accordance
with such instructions, if any, as Her Majesty may from
time to time see fit to give him; but the question whether
he has in any matter complied with such instructions shall
not be enquired into in any Court.


Establishment
of office of
Commissioner.


Performance
of fuuctions of
Commissioner
during
vacancy, etc.


Corporate
status of
Commissioner.






Commissioner
to comply
with instruc-
tions from
Her Majesty.


8.-(1) As from the appointed day the Commissioner Commission-
shall- her's functions.
(a) take over and continue or administer for the
benefit of the Territories the services specified in sched-
ule 1 to this Order;

(b) be responsible for the payment of pensions,
gratuities and other like benefits granted before the









appointed day in respect of service in the public service
of the Federation;
(c) be responsible for the winding up of any
service administered or provided by the Federal Govern-
ment immediately before the appointed day that is not
a service specified in schedule 1 to this Order; and
(d) be responsible for doing such other things as
may appear to him to be necessary or expedient in
consequence of the dissolution of the Federation or to
be incidental thereto.
(2) The Commissioner shall have such other functions
as may be conferred upon him by virtue of the exercise of the
powers conferred by article 16 (1) (b) of this Order.
(3) Notwithstanding anything in paragraph (1) (a) of
this article the Commissioner may. in pursuance of instructions
in that behalf given to him by Her Majesty, terminate any
service taken over by him under that paragraph.
makregila- 9. (1) The Commissioner may, with the approval of a
tions. Secretary of State, make laws (which shall be styled Regu.
nations") for the Territories, for any of the following
purposes:-
(a) regulating legal proceedings by and against the
Commissioner;
(b) determining the emoluments, and other terms
and conditions of service of persons in the service of the
Commissioner;
(c) the grant of pensions, gratuities and other like
benefits in respect of service in the service of the Com-
missioner or in the public service of the Federation;
(d) the levying of income tax on emoluments and
allowances (including pensions, gratuities and other like
benefits) payable out of the General Fund or any other
fund of the Commissioner or paid or payable out of the
public funds of the Federation in or in respect of the
period beginning on 1st January 1962 and ending at the
beginning of the appointed day.
(2) Regulations made in pursuance of paragraph (i) (c)
of this article for the grant of any pension, gratuities or
other like benefit to any person shall be not less favourable to










that person than the law, if any, applicable on the date on
which this Order comes into operation to the grant to that
person of any pension, gratuity or other like benefit in respect
of service of his, or that of another's, in the public service of
the Federation.
10. (1) For the purposes of this Order and subject to Constitution
the provisions of this Order and of any regulation made there- of ofces, etc.
under, the Commissioner, or any person authorised in that
behalf by the Commissioner, shall have power, in the name
and on behalf of Her Majesty, to-

(a) constitute such offices as may lawfully be con-
stituted by Her Majesty and abolish any office so
constituted;
(b) make appointments to any office so constituted;
and
(c) disiniss any person so appointed, or suspend
him from performing the functions of his office or take
such other disciplinary action in relations to him as may
be necessary.
(2) A person appointed to.an office constituted under
this article shall, unless it is otherwise provided by regulation
made under this Order, hold office during Her Majesty's
pleasure.
11. (1) There shall be a General Fund into.which all Establish-
moneys received by the Commissioner shall, save as otherwise meant of
provided by this Order or any regulation made thereunder, Fund.
be paid.
No moneys shall be paid out of the General Fund or any
other fund of the Commissioner save under the authority of
a warrant under the hand of the Commissioner or a person
autlorised in that behalf by the Commissioner.

12 (1) There shall. be payable by the Governments of Payments to
the Territories towards defraying expenses incurred by the the ommis-
Commissioner in performing his functions such sums as may Territories.
from time to time be prescribed by the Commissioner, by order
made with the approval of a -Secretary of State, and each of
those Governments shall pay such proportion of those sums
as Her Majesty may direct by instructions given through a
Secretary of State.



L_ ___________ ___________ _____










(2) Any sum payable by the Government of a Territory
under this article shall be a charge Iupon the revenues of that
Territory.
Transfer of 13. (1) All property (including rights) vested immedi-
liabilitiesof ately before the appointed day in the Government of the
the Federa- Federation or in any person oi authority on behalf of that
tion. Government shall, on the appointed day, vest in the
Commissioner.
(2) All liabilities incurred by or on behalf of the
Government of the Federation and subsisting immediately
.before the appointed day shall, as from that day, have effect
as if they had been incurred by or on behalf of the
Commissioner.
(3) Any contract made by or on behalf of the Govern-
ment of the Federation before the appointed day shall, as from
the appointed day, be construed with such modifications and
adaptations as may be necessary to give effect to the foregoing
provisions of this article; and, for the removal of doubts, the
Commissioner may by order declare in what manner references
in any such contract to any officer or authority of the Federa-
tion shall be construed in pursuance of this paragraph.
(4) Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing
provisions of this article but subject to any regulations made
under this Order, the Commissioner shall have the like rights,
powers and remedies (including in particular rights and powers.
as to the taking or resisting of legal proceedings) for ascer-
taining, perfecting or enforcing any rights or liabilities) vested
in or attaching to him by virtue of this article as if they had
at all times been rights or liabilities of the Commissioner.
(5) Subject to any regulations made under this Order,
all civil proceedings commenced before the appointed day in
an-y Court (other than the Federal Supreme Court) in or
having jurisdiction in any Territory by or against Her Majesty
in right of the Government of the Federation or that Govern-
ment or any other authority of the Federation or any officer
thereof in his official capacity may be continued by or against
the Commissioner, and any such proceeding may be amended
accordingly.
ansfier of 14. (1) Any person who immediately before the ap-
Federation. pointed day holds an office in the public service of the
Federation shall on that day become an officer in the service
of the Commissioner.








7

(2) This article does not apply to any person who
immediately before the appointed day holds office as a judge
of the Federal Supreme Court or as a registrar, officer or
servant of that Court or as a Minister of the Government or
a member of the Legislature of the Federation.
15. (1) All laws, not being laws to which the next continuation
following article applies, that are in force immediately before anddpa-
the appointed day shall remain valid after the beginning of other than
that day as respects each Territory notwithstanding the federallaws.
dissolution of the Federation.
(2) The laws mentioned in the first column of sched-
ule 2 to this Order shall have effect after the beginning of
the appointed day subject to the adaptations and modifica-
tions respectively specified in relation to those laws in the
second column of that schedule.
(3) All appointments, orders, directions and regulations
made by the Governor-General of the Federation under the
Windward Islands and Leeward Islands (Courts) Order in
Council 1959 (a) and having effect immediately after the
beginning of that day as if they had been made under that
Order as adapted and modified by schedule 2 to this Order.
(4) (a) The Governor or Administrator of any Terri-
tory may, by order made at any time within a period of one
year commencing with the coming into operation of this
Order, make, as respects that Territory, such adaptations
and modifications in any law to which this paragraph applies,
as he thinks necessary or expedient in view of the dissolu-
tion of the Federation.
(b) The laws to which this paragraph applies are laws
enacted by any legislature in the Territories and instruments,
made by virtue of any such law that have effect in any
Territory after the beginning of the appointed day by virtue
of paragraph (1) of this article.

(5) References in this article to the Governor-General
of the Federation or the 'Governor or Administrator of any
Territory shall be construed as including references to any
person performing, under and to the extent of any authority
in that behalf, the functions of that office.


(a) S. I. 1959;2197 (1959 I p. 563)











Continuation
and adapta-
tion of Federal
laws.


(b) S. L. 196211086


16.-(1) The Commissioner may, by order, as respects
each of the Territories-

(a) determine the laws, being laws to which this
article applies, which after the beginning of the
appointed day are to remain valid as respects that
Territory notwithstanding the dissolution of the Federa-
tion; and

(b) adapt or modify, to such extent as he thinks
necessary or expedient in view of the dissolution of the
Federation, any laws having effect therein after the
beginning of the appointed day by virtue of an exercise
of the power conferred by the foregoing sub-paragraph.

(2) The laws to which this article applies are laws
enacted by the Legislature of the Federation (including
regulations deemed to be so enacted by virtue of section 2
(3) of the West Indies (Federation) Order in Couneil 1957)
and instruments made by virtue of any such law that are in
force in any Territory immediately before the appointed day.

(3) Where any law to which this article applies ceases
to have effect as respects any Territory on the appointed
day, section 38 (2) of the Interpretation Act 18 shall
apply to the cesser of that law as it applies to the repeal of
an Act of Parliament.

17. Nothing in the two last foregoing articles shall be
construed as affecting the provisions of articles 12 and 13 of
the British Caribbean (Court of Appeal Order in Council
1962 (b) or us applying to any law referred to in either of
\those articles.

IV. G. Agnew.


Savini for
provisions of
British Carib-
bean Court of
Appeal Order


_1 I1 rlll/ll 11~1 __ _I ~~ r__l_











SCHEDULE 1 (Article 8 (1))
SERVICES TO BE TAKEN OVER BY THE COMMISSIONER

The West Indies Meteorological Service.
The West Indies Statistical Office.
Advisory Services provided by the Federation immediately before the
appointed day in relation to agriculture, marketing, animal husbandry, fisheries,
education, public health and engineering.
The West Indies Students' Service in the United Kingdom.
The West Indies Migrants' Service in the United Kingdom.
The Commission for the West Indies in Canada.

The West Indies Students' Service in the United States of America.

Services provided by the Federation immediately before the appointed day by
way of the making of payments on behalf of the Territories to any institution or
organisation.
SCHEDLLE 2 (Article 15 (2))

Law Modification or adaptation


The Jamaica
(Constitution)
Order in
Council
1959 (a).


Section 1
The deletion from subsection (1) of the definitions of the
Federal Constitution ", "the Federal Legislature" and "the
Federation ".
Section 12

The deletion from subsection (2) of the words "other than a
law of the Federal Legislature ".
Section 26
The deletion of the words "of the West Indies (Federation)
Order in Council, 1957, and ".

Section 37
The insertion at the end of paragraph (a) of the proviso to
subsection (3) of the following new sub-paragraph:-
"(iii) to be likely to prejudice the defence of Jamaica or of
any other part of Her Majesty's dominioIs; or ".


Section 63
The substitution for the words to any court constituted for
the Federation in subsection (4) of the words having jurisdiction
in Jamaica ''

The deletion of subsection (5).
(a) S.I, 1959/862 (1959 I, p. 410),











he Turks and Seation 57
Caioos Islands
(Oontittionn- The substitution for the words Federal Supreme Court of The
oil 1959 (b) West Indies" in paragraph (a) of subsection (2) of the words "the
and the Cay- British Caribbean Court of Appeal "
man Islands
(Constitution)
Order in
Council
1959 (C).

Section 60

The deletion from subsection (3) of the words "other than a
law enacted by the Federal Lsgislature of The West Indies ".
The Constitu- Article 9
tion annexed
totheTrini- The deletionl from paragr:qyh (3) of the wNris other than a law
dConstitutio) of the Federal Legislature".
Order in Coun-
oil 1961 (d).


The Domiuica
(Constitution)
Order in Coun-
cil 1959 (a).


Articles 25

The deletion of the words the West Indies (Federation) Order
in Council, 1957, and ".

Article 36

The insertion at the end of the proviso to paragraph (3) of the
following new sub-paragraph:-

(d) to be likely to prejudice the defence of the Territory
or of any other part of the Commonwealth ".

Article 63

The substitution for the words to the Federal Supreme Court
of the West Indies in paragraph (5) of the words having jurisdic-
tion in the Territory ".

The deletion of paragraph (7).

Article 90

The deletion from paragraph (1) of the definition of the Federal
Constitution".

Section 2

The deletion from subsection (1) of the definitions of "the
Federal Constitution", the Federal Legislature" and the
Federation ".


(b) S.I. 1959/864 (1969 1, p. 533).
(d) S.I. 1961/1192 (1961 II p. 2276).
(a) S. I. 1959/2199 (1959 I. p. 350).


(c) S.I. 1959/86:; (1959 I, p. 325).









ii

Section 6
The substitution for the words in subsection (4).beginning'" in
the interests of and ending or any part thereof of the following
paragraphs:-

(a) in the interests of the defence of Dominica or any
other part of Her Majesty's dominions;

(b) in the interests of the regulation of relations between
Dominica and any other country or any international organiza-
tion, including the discharge of the obligations of Her Majesty
towards any such country or organization;

(c) in the interests of maintaining law and order in Dominica
or any other part of Her Majesty's dominions; or

(d) in order to maintain the efficiency of the Judiciary or
the Public Service or any part thereof:".

Section 9
The deletion from subsection (2) of the words other than a law
of the Federal Legislature ".

Section 17
The insertion immediately after the words "responsibility for "
in the proviso to subsection (1) of the words defence, external
affairs,".

Section 22
The insertion immediately after the words constituted for"
in subsection (4) of the words "or having jurisdiction in ", and the
deletion from that subsection of the words "or the Federation ".

The deletion of subsection (5).

Section 33
The deletion of the words' of the Wt st Indies (Federation) Order
in Council, 1957, and ".

Section 41

The insertion at the end of paragraph (a) of the proviso to sub-
section (2) of the following new sub-paragraph:-

"(iii) to be likely to prejudice the defence of Doninica or
of any other part of Her Majesty's dominions; or ",












the Grenada
(Constitution)
Order in Coun-
cil 1959 (a);
the Saint
Lucia
(Constitution)
Orler in Coun-
oil 1959 (b);
and the Saint
Vincent
(Constitution)
Order in Coun-
cil 1959 (0).

Tha Saint
Christopher,
Nevis and
Anguilla
Letters Patent
1959 (d).


The same modifications and adaptations as are specified in this
schedule in relation to the Dominica (Constitution) Order in Council
1959, except that for references to Domnica in those modifications
and adaptations there shall be substituted respectively references to
Grenada, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent.








Article 6

The substitution for the words in paragraph (4) beginning in
the interests of and ending or any part thereof of the following
sub-paragraphs:-


"(a) in the interests of the defvnce of the Territory or any
other part of Her Majesty's dominions;

(b) in the interests of the regulation of relations between the
Territory and any other country or any international organiza-
tion, including the discharge of the obligations of Her Majesty
towards any such country or organization;

(c) in the interests of maintaining law and order in the
Territory or any other part of Her Majesty's dominions; or

(d) in order to maintain the efficiency of the Judiciary or
the Public Service or any part thereof:".

Article 9

The deletion from paragraph (2) of the words "other than a law
of the Federal Legislature established by the Constitution of the
West Indies ".

Article 17

The insertion immediately after the words responsibility for"
in the proviso to paragraph (1) of the words "defence. external
affairs,".

The Autigua The same modifications and adaptations as are specified in this
Letters Patent schedule in relation to the Saint Christopher, Nevis and Anguilla
1959 (e), and Letters Patent 1959, except that for references to the Territory
the Montserrat
Letters Patnt therein there shall be substituted respectively references to Antigua
195B (f). and Montserrat,

(a) S. I. 195p/22U1 (1!I l. p. 385().
(b) 8. I. 1959 f, p. :3108.
(c) S. I. 1959/220L (;959 i. p. 479).
(4) 8, 1. 1959 II, p. 3:97.
(e) S. I. 1959 11, p. 3359.
(f) S. I. 1959 II, p. 3586.












The Saint
Christopher,
Nevis and
Anguilla
Constitution
and Elections
Ordinance
1952, as
amended; the
Antigua Con-
stitution and
Elections
Ordinance
1951, as
amended; and
the Montser-
rat Constitu-
tion and Elec-
tions Ordi-
nance 1H52, as
amended.

The Barbados
Letters
Patent
1914 (a).



The Leeward
Islands
(Emergency
Powers)
Order in
Council
1959 (b).















The Wind-
ward Islands
and Leeward
Islands
(Courts)
Order in
Council
1959 (o).


Bection 28 of each Ordinance

The deletion of the words of the West Indies (Federation)
Order in Council, 1957, and".

Section 33 of each Ordinance

The insertion at the end of paragraph (a) of the proviso to
subsection (2) of the following new sub-paragraph:-

"(iii) to be likely to prejudice the defence of the Colony or
of any part of Her Majesty's dominions; or"







The insertion at the end of Clause XIIA (as inserted by the
Barbados Letters Patent 1961) of the following new paragraph:-

(f) to be likely to prejudice the deftnae of the Island or
of any other part of Her Majesty's dominions."

The insertion immediately after subsection (3) of section 3 of
the following subsections:-




"(4) A law made under this section shall have effect notwith-
standing the provisions of any other enactment applying to the
Colony or any rule of law having effectt therein.

(5) A law made under this section shall (unless previously
revoked) expire at the end of the period of emergency during which
it was made unless provision for its continuance in force (with or
without modification) is made by the Legislature of the Colony.

(6) Upon the revocation or expiry of a law made under this
section, section 38 (2) of the Interpretation Act 1889 shall apply as if
that law were an Act of Parliament which had then been repealed by
another such Act."

Section 2

The deletion from subsection (1) of the definitions of "the
Federal Constitution", "the Federal Supreme Court" and "the
Governor-General ".

The deletion of subsection (5).


(a) Rev. III, p. 51: S.R. & 0. 1914 III, p. 359.
(b) S. I. 1959/2206 (1959 I, p. 561).
(c) S. I. 1959/2197 (1959 I, p. 163).











The deletion from subsection (7) of the words "the Governor-
General or".
Section 3
The substitution for the words "the Governor-General, after
consultation with the Administrators of the Colonies to which this
Order applies in subsection (2) of the words a Secretary of State ".

The substitution for the words the Governor-General" in
subsection (3) of the words a Secretary of State ".

Section 4

The substitution for the words the Governor-General after
consultation with the Chief Justice of the Federation in subsection
(1) of the words a Secretary of State ".

The substitution for the words the Governor-General acting on
the recommendation of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission "
in subsection (2) of the words "the Judicial and Legal Service
Commission with the approval of a Secretary of State "

The deletion of subsection (4).
Section 5

The substitution for the words "the Governor-General"
wherever they occur in subsection (1) of the words "a Secretary of
State and the deletion from that subsection of the words acting
after consultation with the Chief Justice of the Federation "

The substitution for the words the Governor-General"
wherever they occur in subsection (2) of the words the Chief
Justioe ", and the substitution for the words acting in accordance
with the advice of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court" in that
subsection of the words with the approval of a Secretary of State ".

The substitution for the words beginning "the Governor-
General in subsection (3) of the words "a Secretary of State, or, in
the case of a person appointed to act as a Puisne Judge, the Chief
Justice ".

Section 6
The substitution for the words beginning "the Governor-
General" and ending Commission in the proviso to paragraph (a)
of subsection (1) of the words "a Secretary of State, in the case of
the Chief Justice, and the Judicial and Legal Service Commission,
in the case of a Puisne Judge,".

The substitution for the words "the Governor-General" in
subsection (2) of the words "a Secretary of State, in the case of the
Chief Justice, and to the Chief Justice, in the case of a Puisne Judge ',
The substitution for the words the Governor-General, by order
under the public seal of the Federation" in subsection (4) of the









18

words "a Secretary of State" and the deletion from that subsection
of the words "at the request of the Governor-General made in
pursuance of the next following subsection ".

The substitution for the words beginning If the Chief Justice"
and ending "represents to the Governor-General in subsection (5)
of the words If a Secretary of State considers "; the substitution for
the words the Governor-General" wherever they occur in paragraph
(a) of that subsection and where they first occur in paragraph (b) of
that subsection of the words "the Secretary of State "; the substitution
for the words beginning recommend and ending Her Majesty "
in the said paragraph (b) of the words shall state whether, in the
opinion of the tribunal, there are grounds for referring the question of
the removal of that judge from office "; and the deletion of the word
" and at the end of the said paragraph (b) and the whole of paragraph
(c) of that subsection.
The substitution for the words beginning "the Governor-
General and ending may in subsection (7) of the words a
Secretary of State may ".
The substitution for the words the Governor-General, acting in
accordance with the advice of the Chief Justice of the Federation or
of the Supreme Court (as the case may be)" in subsection (8) of the
words a Secretary of State ", and the deletion of paragraph (a) of
that subsection.
Section 7
The deletion of subsection (2).
Section 9
The substitution for the words "The Governor-General in
paragraph (a) of subsection (3) of the words the Chief Justice ",
and the substitution for the words "acting in accordance with the
advice of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court" in that paragraph
of the words with the approval of a Secretary of State "
Section 17
The substitution for the words the Federal Supreme -Court"
in subsection (1) and the marginal note of the words the British
Caribbean Court of Appeal ", and the substitution for the words law
made under the Federal Constitution or under the Virgin Islands
(Appeals) Order in Council 1957 ".in that subsection of the words
" other law ".
Sections 18, 21 and 22
The substitution f o r the w o r d s "the Governor-General"
wherever they occur of the words "a Secretary of State ".
Section 23
The substitution for the words the Governor-General, or some
other person authorised by the Governor-General in subsection (1)
of the words a person authorised by a Secretary of State ".









14

The substitution for the words the Governor-General in
subsection (2) of the words "a Secretary of State ".
Section 26
The substitution for the words Federal Justices of the Federal
Supreme Court in paragraph (b) of subsection (1) of the words
'* Justices of Appeal of the British Caribbean Court of Appeal"; the
substitution for the words the Governor-General wherever they
occur in the section of the words a Secretary of State ": and the
deletion of the words acting on the recommendation of the Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court in paragraph (d) of subsection (1).

Section 27

The substitution for the words The Governor-General, acting
on the recommendation of the Commission in subsection (2) of the
words The Commission, with the approval of a Secretary of State ".
The Second Schedule

The insertion at the end of the following paragraphs:-

3. References to the Governor-General, the Attorney-General
and the Federal Supreme Court shall be construed as if they were
references respectively to a Secretary of State, the Chairman of the
Commissioners and the Supreme Court.
4. Subsection (1) of section 16 shall apply as if for all the words
after the word amounts there were substituted the words payable
to witnesses summoned to attend a criminal trial before the Supreme
Court ".
The Genova In sub-paragraph (1) of paragraph 6 of the Second Schedule, the
Conventions deletion from paragraph (b) of the proviso to the definition of
Trict Coloni Governor of the words or The West Indies and or of The West
Territories)
Order in Indies, as the case may be "
Council 1969
(a).

EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This Note is not a part of the Order, but it is intended to
indicate its general purport.)
This Order provides for the dissolution of the Federation of the
West Indies on a day to be appointed under article 3 and for matters
consequenti:d upon the dissolution, including the appointment of an
Interim Commissioner for the West Indies and the administration by
him of certain services formerly administered by the Government
of the Federation and,the transfer to him of assets and liabilities of
the Federation.

S(a) S. I. 1959/1301 (1959 I, p. 1487).


Reprinted at the Government Printing Office, Antigua. Leeward Islands
by ROBERT LINDsAY. Acting Government Printer-By Authority.
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No. 8 of 1962. Compensation (Land of ANTIGUA,
Alvan Camacho)








I ASSENT,
I. G. TURBOTT,
.Administrator.
99th June, 1962,





ANTIGUA.

No. 8 of 1962.


An Ordinance to provide for the assessment of
compensation in accordance with the provisions
of the Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1958,
in respect of a certain parcel of land previously
acquired under the Land Acquisition Act,
1944, which has since been repealed.
[29th June, 1962]
WHEREAS a certain parcel of land belonging
to one ALVAN CAMACHO (now deceased) and
situated at Nut Grove in the Parish of Saint John
in the Colony of Antigua was compulsorily acquired
by the Government of Antigua under the provi-
sions of the Land Acquisition Act, 1944, as
validated by section 34 of the Land Acquisition
Ordinance, 1958: 14/1958.
AND WHEREAS the Land Acquisition
Act, 1944, was repealed by section 33 of the Land
Acquisition Ordinance, 1958, without provision 14/1968.
being made therein for the assessment of compensa-
tion in respect of pending proceedings:








ANTIGUA. 2 Compensation (Land of No. 8 of 1962.
Alvan Camacho)
AND WHEREAS doubts have arisen as to
whether claims relating to the assessment and
payment of compensation in respect of the compul-
sory acquisition of the said land can now be assessed
in accordance with the provisions of the Land
14/1958. Acquisition Ordinance, 1958.
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:-

Short title. 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Assessment of Compensation (Land of ALVAN
CAMACHO) Ordinance, 1962.
Assessment of 2. Subject to the provisions of section 3 of
Oompenration. this Ordinance, all claims, questions and other
matters relating to the assessment, award or pay-
ment of compensation, and to the apportionment
of compensation, in respect of the compulsory
acquisition by the Government of Antigua of the
land specified in the Schedule to this Ordinance,
shall be made and determined as far as is possible
in accordance with the provisions of the Land
1411958. Acquisition Ordinance, 1958.

Acquisition 3. (1) The land specified in the Schedule to
and Applia. this Ordinance shall be deemed to have been duly
tion. acquired on the 11th day of October, 1956, under
and in accordance with the provisions of section 3
of the Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1958; and
accordingly the declaration to be made by the
Clerk of the Executive Council shall be deemed to
have been duly made and published in the Gazette
and the date of the second publication in the
Gazette of the said declaration, and the date upon
which the Authorised Officer entered and took
possession of the said land, shall be deemed to be
the 11th day of October, 1956.
(2) The notice of acquisition required to be
issued by the Authorised Officer in respect of the
said land in accordance with the provisions of
section 7 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1958,
shall be issued as soon as may be after the date








No. 8 of 1982.


Compensation (Land of
Alvan Camacho)


of coming into force of this Ordinance, but the
provisions of paragraph (a) of subsection (2) of
section 7 and the provisions of paragraph (d) of
subsection (2) of section 3 of the said Ordinance,
shall not apply to the said notice of acquisition.

D. W. HURnT,
Speaker.


Passed the
of April, 1962.


Legislative Council this 30th day


E. T. HENnT,
Clerk ofZthe Council.





SCHEDULE.


All that lot piece or parcel of land containing 3.812 acres
English Statute Measure and situated at Nut Grove in the
Parish of Saint John in the Island of Antigua and bounded
as follows:-
On the North by land of ALVAN F. CAMACQO,
On the South by land of ALVAN F. CAMACHO and
one JARVIS,
On the West by a public road, and
On the East by a public road.


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MONTSERRAT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1962, No. 2.


The.Vehicles And Road traffic (Amendment) Regulations, 1962, dated 30th
March, 1962, made by the Administrator in Council under section 76 of
The Vehicles And Road Traffic Ordinance, 1951 (No. 4 of 1951.)


1. SHORT TITLE. These Regulations may be cited as
the Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment) Regulations, 1962
and shall be read and construed us one with the Vehicles and
Road Traffic Regulations, 1952 (S. R. & O. No. 10 of 1952),
hereinafter referred to as the Principal Regulations..

2. AMENDMENT. The Schedule to the Principal Regula-
tions is hereby amended by substituting the letter H for
the letter "P in the (7) paragraph thereof.

3. COMMENCEMENT. These Regulations shall come into
force on the let day of May, 1962.


Made by the Adminitrator in
March, 1962.


Council this 30th day of


C. McA. RYAN,
Ag. Clerk of the Council.








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VIRGIN ISLANDS

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1962, No. 8.


THE PENSIONS (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 1962, DATED
10TH MAY, 1962, MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR IN
COUNCIL WITH THE SANCTION OF THE SECRETARY OF
STATE UNDER SECTION 3 OF THE PENSIONS ACT, 1947
(No. 12 OF 1947) AS AMENDED.


1. Citation. These Regulations may be cited as the
Pensions (Amendment) Regulations, 1962, and shall be read as
one with the Pensions Regulations, 1947, contained in the First
Schedule to the Pensions Act, 1947, and hereinafter called the
Principal Regulations.
2. Substitution of Regulation 6 of the
Principal Regulations. For Regulations 6 of the Princi-
pal Regulations the following shall be substituted:-
6. Where a female officer having been in "Marriage
public service under the Government of the Colony gratuities.
for not less than five years and having been con-
firmed in a pensionable office, retires or is required
to retire for the reason that she is about to marry,
or has married, and is not eligible for the grant of
any pension or otherwise eligible for gratuity under
this Part of these Regulations, she may be granted,
on production within six months after her retire-
ment, or such longer period as the Administrator
may in any case allow, of satisfactory evidence of her
marriage, a gratuity of an amount not exceeding-
(a) one year's annual pensionable emolu-
ments; or
(b) five times the annual amount of the
pension which might have been granted to her
under Regulation 4 of these Regulations had
there been no qualifying period and had that
Regulation been applicable to her,
whichever amount shall be the less."









8. Amendment of Regulation 8 the Princi-
pal Regulations. The definition of the expression
" Scheduled Government" in sub-regulation (1) of Regulation 8
of the Principal Regulations is hereby amended-
(a) by deleting the word "and after the semi-colon
in paragraph (d);
(b) by substituting a semi-colon for the full-stop at
the end of paragraph (a) and adding immediately thereafter
the word "and ", and
(c) by adding the following new paragraph as
paragraph ( ) thereof:-
( f) the East African Common Services Organi;
nation in respect of any person deemed to have been
appointed or appointed to service as President, Vice-
President, Justice of Appeal, Registrar, officer or
servant of the Court of Appeal for Eastern Africa by
or under the Eastern Africa Court of Appeal Order
in Council, 1961."
4. Substitution of Regulation 13 of the
Principal Regulations. For Regulation 13 of the
Principal Regulations the following shall be substituted:-
"Marriage 13. Where a female officer to whom this Part
gratuities. of these Regulations applies retires or is required to
retire for the reason that she is about to marry or
has married, and-
(i) would have been eligible for a
gratuity under Regulation 6 of these
Regulations if her public service
had been wholly under the Govern-
ment of the Colony; and
(ii) is not eligible for the grant of any
pension or otherwise eligible for
gratuity under this Part of these
Regulations,
she may be granted in respect of her public service
under the Government of the Colony a gratuity of
an amount not exceeding five times the annual
amount of the pension for which she would have
been eligible under Regulation 9, 10 or 11 had there
been no qualifying period, and had Regulation 9, 10
or 11, as the case may be, been applicable to her;


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Provided that for the purpose of computing
the amount of such a gratuity-
(a) in relation to Regulation 9 or 11,
sub-paragraph (c) of paragraph (2) of
Regulation 9 shall have effect as if the
reference to two-thirds of her highest
pensionable emoluments were a reference
to one-fifth of her annual pensionable
emoluments;
(b) in relation to a pension under
Regulation 9, 10 11, the annual amount
of that pension shall not exceed one-fifth
of her annual pensionable emoluments."
5. Amendment of first schedule to the
Principal Regulations. The First Schedule to the
Principal Regulations is hereby amended by inserting-
(a) the words "East African Common Services
Organization between the words Dominica" and East
African High Commission "; and
(b) the words "The West Indies Federation"
between the words Tanganyika Territory and Trinidad ".
Made by the Administrator in Council this 10th day of
May, 1962.
J. M. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.













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VIRGIN ISLANDS.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1962, No. 4.


THE PUBLIC HOLIDAYS (OPENING OF SHOPS) ORDER, 1962,
DATED 22ND MAY, 1962, MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR
IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 8 OF THE PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
ACT, 1954 (No. 19 OF 1954), AS AMENDED.


WHEREAS by section 8 of the Public Holidays Act,
1954 (No. 19 of 1954), as amended, it is provided notwithstand-
ing anything contained in the said Act the Administrator with
the advice of the Executive Council, may from time to time, by
order published in the Gazette, permit any class of shop or store
specified in such order to be kept open on a public holiday for
the sale of any article in the Colony or any part thereof during
such hours and subject to such terms and conditions as may be
prescribed by such order:
AND WHEREAS the Administrator with the advice of
Executive Council of the Colony is pleased to order and it is
hereby ordered as follows:
1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Public
Holidays (Opening of shops) Order, 1962.
2. Opening of Shops. All shops and stores in the
said Colony of whatever nature may be kept open on 2nd June,
1962 (the Sovereign's Birthday) for the sale therein of any
articles up to and including the hour of 11.00 p.m. on the said
day.
Made by the Administrator in Council this 22nd day of
May, 1962.
J. M. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.


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