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Montserrat
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Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
Publication Date: October 11, 1962
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
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    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 13 of 1962: Appropriation Ordinance, 1962
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    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 18 of 1962: Currency Notes Regulations, 1962
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    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 19 of 1962: Clare Hall Village Regualtions, 1962
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ANTIGUA, MONTHS

AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS G

Published by cRuthority.


THURSDAY, 11TH OCTOBER, 1962.


No. 49.


Notices.


His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to award the Efficiency
Decoration to Captain D. C. O. GAR-
DINER of the Antigua Defence Force.
Government House,
St. John's,
Antigua.
24th August, 1962.
Ref. No. A. 37/7.

It is notified for general information
that consequent upon the grant of
overseas leave to Mr. N. E. A. HAR-
RIGAN, Secretary to Goverment, the
Administrator has appointed Mr.
HENRY OSMOND CREQUE, Acting
Treasurer, to be a temporary member
of the EIxecutive and Legislative
Councils of the colony of the British
Virgin Islands with effect from 22nd
and 26th September, 1962, respec-
tively.
Administrator's Oofice,
Tortola
British Virgin Islands.
1st October, 1962.
M.P.'s 18/1; 18/13

Colony of The Virgin Islands
By The Administrator.
Under and by virtue of article 9(1)
of the Virgin Islands Letters Patent,
1959, I do hereby declare that NOR-
WELL ELTON ALLENBY HARRIGAN,
an Official Member of the Executive
Council is, by reason of his absence
from the Colony, temporarily unable
to discharge his functions as a member
of the said Council.
Given under my hand at Tortola,
this 22nd day of September, 1962.
M. S. STAVELBY,
Administrator.
Declaration that NORWALL ELTON
ALLENBY HARRIGAN, Esq. an
Official Member of the Executive
Council of the Colony of the Virgin
Islands, is temporarily unable to
discharge his functions as a member
of the said Council.


No. 57.
The following Orainance and
Statutory Rules and Orders are circu-
lated with this Gazette and form part
thereof:-
ORDINANCE.
Antigua.
No. 13 of 1962, "The Appropria-
tion Ordinance, 1962 ".
3 pp. Price 9 cts.
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.
Antigua.
No. 18 of 1962, "'The Currency
Notes Regulations 1962 ".
9 pp. Price 21 cents.
No. 19 of 1962, The Clare Hall
Village Regulations 1962 ".
1 pp. Price 5 cte.

Notice to Importers.
Goods which have not been remov-
ed from the Queen's Warehouse
within three months will be sold by
Public Auction at the Point Ware-
house on Tuesday 25th October, 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 Ware-
house at the Point and the Customs
Building.
EARL 0. PESTAINA,
Collector of Customs.
2nd October, 1962.

In the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands.


MONTSERRAT CIRCUIT.
CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE.
A. D. 1962.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that in pursuance of Rules made by
the Chief Justice under section 16 of
the Leeward Islands and Windward
Islands (Courts) Order in Council,


1939, and duly approved as therein
provided on the 19th day of June,
1957, the Honourable Puisne Judge
selected for the sitting of the Court
has appointed the day of the month
on which-the ensuing Circuit Court
shall it in the Colony, that is to say:-
On Monday 5th November, 1962 at
10.00 o'clock in the forenoon.
Registrar's Office,
Montserrat,
25th September, 1962.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAT, 4th Oct., 1962.

BROWN & WILLIAMSON TO-
BACCO CORPORATION (EXPORT)
LIMITED of Westminster House, 7,
Millbank, London, S.W., England
have applied for Registration of one
Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing:


HILTON


in Class 45, that is to say, Tobacco
whether manufactured or unmanu-
factured.
The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for one (1)
year 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, Montserrat & Virgin Is-
lands Gazette give notice in duplicate
at the Trade Marks Office, Montserrat,
of opposition of the said Trade Mark.
H. ALEX. BBssoN,
Registrar of Trade Marks.


X


VOL. VII.







224 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [October 11, 1962.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA 3rd September, 1962.

SKLOEXPORT, PODNICK
ZAHRANICNIHO OBCHODU PRO
VYVOZ SKLA of Vaclavske namesti
8, Prague 1 Czechoslovakia have
applied for Registraition of one Trade
Mark consisting' of the following:-


in Class 15, in respect of Glass and
Glassware
The Appiic;ints claim that they have
used the said ''rade Mark in respect of
the said goods for 1 year before the
date of their ~;aid Application.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antiquen. Miontserral, & Virgin
Islands' Gaz/'! give notice in dupli-
cate at, l.i i'rade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.

0. W. JACK,
Registrar of Trad. Marks.


'TR7 1 )E MARKSK OFFICE,

MONTSERR.\T, 27th S,pt. 1962.

R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO
COMPANY of Main & Fourth Streets,
City of Winston-Salem, State of North
Carolina, United States of America
have applied for Registration of one
Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing:


KING 1i SIZE









RICH TOBACCOTASMI'


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

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

Any person may within three
months fron- th-* date of the first ap-
pearance of this Advertisneent in the


Antigua, Montserrat, & Virgin Is-
lands Gazette give notice in duplicate
at the Trade Marks Office, Monteer-
rat, of opposition of the said Trade
Mark.

P. E. WHITE
for. Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 12th Sptember. 1962.

OOP'l &' L.T,OYI) (OVI:RSEAS)
LIMITED Of 11), Queen Victoria
Street. Lond on. E. ('.. Eigl;ind have
applied for Ren:itrat.ioin f one Trade
Mark consisting of thIe allowingng:_


I

in Class 4, that i3 to say, Tobacco
whether manufaiactured or unmanu-
factured

The Applicants claim that they
have not uned the id Trado Mark in
respect of the siid gods in the colony
before tht" date of tlhrir said Applica-
tion.

Any person mnay within three
months from the date of the first ap-
pearance of this Advertisement in the
Antique, Munt.scrrat & Firgin Is-
lands Gazt.te give notice in duplicate
at tho Trade Marks Office, Antigua,
of opposition to registration of the
said Trade Mark.

O. W. JACK,
Registrar of Trade lMarks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
Mo.s:I'stknnAT I 3th SeitPlulmbr, 1962.

SK L, 0 K X I 0 1i T. 1' 0 D N I K
ZA.HRANICNIHO OBCHODIJ PRO
VYVOZ SKLA of Vacla.ke niamesti 8,
Pracnie L, Czechoslovakia have applied
for IRtgistration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:


in Class 15, that is to say, Glass and
Glassware.

The Applicants cla'm that they
have used thel said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for one
year bl'ore tile date of their said
Application.


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

1t. E. \HITE,

for Registrar of Tr"ird Maurks.


Telephone Subscriptions

Telephone subscribers are advised
that their telephone subscription for
the quarter ending on the 31st
December, 1962, are now due and
payable at the Treasury not later than
Monday the 15th October. 1962. All
cheqnu.s should 1 ,e made payable to
the Accon:it:r n. G,.n-r:d.

2. Subscribers whose subscrip-
tions have not been paid by the
above mentioned date will have their
services suppressed without further
notice and the service will not be
restored until the subscription and a
reconnection fee have been paid.

3. The reconnection fees are
charged as follows: -

(n) $2 in r-:p*ct of prir-iFCe situ-
ated within one route mile of
the St. Johns Exchange, and
one half route mile of the All
Saints. Parhlam, ard Coolidge
Exchanges.

(b) $3 in respect of all other
Exchanges.

Telephone Department,

Antigua,

5th October, 1962.


RAINFALL FIGURES.

Agricultural Department,

Antigua.


Month.
January
Feb.
March
April
May
June
July
August
Sept.


1958 1959 1960 1961 1962
0.92 2.91 2.84 2.61 6.77
0.58 1.16 5.09 2.31 0.92
1.22 0.73 3.18 1.84 0.81
2.01 3.61 1.48 0.74 3.56
7.79 9.02 1.49 2.31 4.42
13.12 0.48 1.79 2.90 5.10
.95, 2.57 5.01 4.29 2.69
3.13 3.49 2.88 5.02 9.46
f.82 4.73 3.72 2.43 7.40


To Out. 6th 000 0.32 0.78 1.74 0.31


319.54 28.02 27.26 26.19 41.44







October 11, 1962.1 THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 225
STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES AND BRITISH CARIBBEAN COIN IN CIRCULATION IN THE
BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP) ON 1ST SEPTEMBER, 196{2.


Notes.


Coins.


Average circulation during July, 1962:-
British Caribbean Currency
Demonetised Govt. notes


British Caribbean Notes & Coin in
circulation on 1st September, 1962:-
Trinidad & Tobago
Barbados
British Guiana
Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica
Antigua
St. Kitts
Montserrat
"Proof sets" of coins
Total British Caribbean notes & coin in
circulation on 1st September, 1962


93,911,510
978,865

94,890,375


4,790,517


4,790,517


40,150,055 2,207,121
6,629,225 679,450
29,007,845 1,045,886
5,066,100 213,800
754,300 114,225
1,224,000 142,275
2,349,400 122,725
4,483,300 166,100
846,600 141,125
223,700 26,100
-- 1,870

$90,734,525 $4,860,177


Demonetised Govt. notes outstanding on 1st September, 1962:-
Trinidad & Tobago $672,066
British Guiana 241,233
Barbados 64,229


Total Government notes outstanding

Total circulation on slt September' 1962






Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board.
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain, Trinidad.


977,528

$91,712,053 $4,860,177


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.


r:intod at the Government Printing Office, Antiiue., Leeward Islands,
')' ROBERT LINDSAY, Acting Oovernicnt Printer.--y Authority.
1962


! r,: 44 canta.]








Appropriation 1962.


[L.S.]


I ASSENT,
D. J. G. ROSE,
Acting Administrator.
3rd October, 1962.


ANTIGUA.

No. 13 of 1962.
An Ordinance to provide for the services of the
Colony of Antigua for the year ending on the
31st day of December, 1962.

[1st January, 1962.]

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

1. This Ordinance mhy be cited as the Short tile.
Appropriation Ordinance, 1962.


2. There shall be and there is hereby granted
to Her Majesty the Queen for the service of the
Colony of Antigua for the year ending on the
thirty-first day of December, 1962, the sum of
Thirteen million Two hundred and twenty-eight
thousand Five hundred and forty-one dollars to be
applied and expended in the manner and for the
X services set forth in the Schedule hereto.
^ ~as^
ft Pp 3.^2~


Appropriation


No. 13 of 1962.


ANTIOUlA.


1








Appropriation 1962.


Sums charged 3. The said sum of Thirteen million Two
on General
Revenue. hundred and twenty-eight thousand Five hundred
and forty-one dollars shall be and the same is
hereby declared to be charged upon and made
payable from and out of the Genmral Revenue and
other funds of the said Colony.

"ymente. 4. The Accountant General of the said
Colony is hereby authorised and required from
time to time upon the order or warrant of the
Administrator or the Minister of Finance, as the
case may be, to pay the annual sums appropriated
by and in the said Schedule to the several services
therein mentioned, as the said order or warrant
shall direct out of the General Revenue and other
funds of the said Colony without further order or
formality.
Commenco- 5. This Ordinance shall be deemed to have
ment. come into operation on the let day of January,
1962.
D. W". HURST,
Speaker.
Passed the Legislative Council this 13th day
of August, 1962.
E. T. HENRY,
Clerk o/ the Council.


SCHEDULE


Head of Expenditure Amount

$
1. Charges on alo Public Debt 269,222
2. Pensions and Gratuities 296,516
3. Administration 337,138
4. Audit 32,108
5. Barbuda 58,714
6. Customs, Excise, Port, & etc. 137,011
7. Agriculture 312,154
8. Judicial 11,036
9. Registrar and Provost Marshal 33,527
10. Legal 23,126
11. Magistrates 30,184


ANTIGUA. 2


No. 13 of 1962.








Appropriation 1962.


Heads of Expenditure.


Police
Prison and Training School
Medical and Central Board of Health
Hospital & Charitable Institutions
Education and Teacher's Training College
C.H.A.P.A.
Electricity Ice & Cold Storage
Treasury
Income Tax
Labour
Public Library
Military
Printing
Coolidge Airport
Post Office
Telecommunications
Public Works Dept.
Public Works Recurrent
Public Works Extraordinary
Miscellaneous
Self Balanoing
Broadcasting
Colonial Development Schemes
U.S. Aid

Total Expenditure


No. 13 of 1962.


Printed at the Govanment Printing Offle, Antigua, Lwaum Ialands,
by ROBriT LINDSAY, Acting Government Printe.-By Authority.
1962.


[Prive 10 cents.]


3 ANTIGUA.

Amount.


419,046
107,268
529,462
660,495
807,902
41,728
411,143
54,873
55,603
28,600
13,215
7,500
56,152
57,347
154,379
77,367
177,620
661,300
119,400
1,108,495
2,490,500
12,342
3,476,068
160,000

$13,228,541


A. 47/43-540-10.62.









ANTIGUA.
CPI

STATUTORY RULES AND ORD .
1962, No. 18.


THE CURRENCY NOTES REGULATIONS, 1962, MADE BY THE
ADMINISTRATOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 13 OF THE
CURRENCY ORDINANCE, 1959 (No. 16 OF 1959 AFTER
CONSULTATION WITH THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
CURRENCY, BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN
GROUP) AND WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE SECRETARY OF
STATE FOR THE COLONIES.


[Gazelted llth October, 1962.]

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Short title.
Currency Notes Regulations, 1962.
2. In these Regulations- Interpretation.
"Board" has the same meaning as in the
Currency Ordinance, 1959; 16/1959.
"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.
3. (1) All the members of the Board shall Currency
be Currency Officers for the purposes of these fficet.
Regulations.
(2) In addition the Board may, as they think
necessary; appoint such other persons to be
Currency Officers as 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. (1) The plates bearing the devices Plates for the
approved by the Secretary of State from which printig o
of..z,9









shall be prepared by a person selected by the
Crown Agents for Overseas Governments and
SAdministrations.

S(2) The plates shall be retained in the
Custody of the Crown Agents.
Printing of 5. The currency notes shall be printed
curency under the supervision of the Crown Agents as
required from time to time by the Board.
Custody of 6. (1) All unissued currency notes, and all
ourrensy currency notes withdrawn from circulation by the
ote. 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
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. (1) In any Territory at which a bank
has been appointed to act as agent of the Board
all unissued currency notes, and all currency notes
withdrawn from circulation by the Board and
selected for reissue 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. All currency notes, on first issue, shall be
issued as far as possible in the order of their serial
numbers.

9. 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.


Custody of
currency by
bank us agent,


Issue of cur-
rency notes
according to
serial nnm-
bers.
Re-issue to be
preferred to
issue of cur-
renoy notes.










10. (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.


Minimum sum
to be exohang-
ed for currency
notes or ster-
ling.


(2) The rate of commission chargeable by the Rate of oom-
Board for the issue or redemption of currency mission.
notes under the provisions of section 7 of the
Currency Ordinance, 1969, shall be published in
the Gazette.

11. The Board shall cause books to be kept, Books to be
to be called respectively- kept.

(a) the Vault Book;
(b) the Currency Note Register;
(c) the Register of Currency Notes
Issues;
(d) the Register of C currency Notes
Destroyed.

12. (1) The Vault Book shall be kept in The Vault
the vault or approved container in the vault of the Book.
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 the 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.


13. 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


Currency Note
Register.










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 the notes supplied to the Board, issued,
remaining unissued, withdrawn from circulation,
re-issued, cancelled, kept for destruction in accord-
ance with the provisions of paragraph (3) of regula-
tion 19 or destroyed by the Board up to and iuclud-
ing the transaction which is then being recorded.
Register of 14. (1) In the Register of Currency Note
srreoy Note Issues there shall be recorded-
Issues.
(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 uotes in circula-
tion in each prefix number of a series:
(b) in the case of notes of denominations
in excess of twenty dollars, there shall also be
recorded the serial numbers in consecutive
order of the currency notes issued or re-
issuedi by the Board together with the date
of iLsue or re-issue and the date on which
each note is destroyed by the Board.
Register of 16. In the Register of Currency Notes
notes Des- Destroyed there shall be recorded-
(a) in the case of notes of denominations
in excess of twenty dollars, the serial numbers
of notes destroyed together with the date of
destruction.
(b) in every other case, the total number
of notes destroyed in respect of each prefix
number of a series, together with the date of
destruction.

Classification 16. When any currency notes are with-
of Currenoy drawn from circulation by the Board, the notes
drawn frm shall forthwith be classified either for re-isiue or
oiroulation. destruction.










17. All currency notes selected for re-issue Re-irue of
under regulation 16 shall be placed in the vault notes.
and kept in the manner prescribed in regulations 6
and 7, but they shall be kept separately from the
currency notes previously un-issued.
18. When any currency note has been Cancellation
selected for destruction under regulation 16, it ofnotes.
shall forthwith be cancelled in the presence of at
least two Currency Officers by stamping, perfora-
ting, cutting or otherwise defacing the note in such
a manner as the Board may approve; and any
portion of such note which may have been removed
shall be burnt in the presence of at least two
Currency Officers.

19. (1) After cancellation, currency notes Destruction of
of denominations in excess of twenty dollars shall C&oeled
be arranged according to the serial numbers of
each prefix number of each series in consecutive
order and, as far as possible, in bundles of 100
notes, and currency notes of all other denomina-
tions shall be arranged according to the prefix
number of each series of each denomination and, as
far as possible, in bundles of 100 notes.

(2) After the currency notes have been
classified, bundled, and recorded, they shall be
handed to at least 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, showing 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 immediately after they are handed to and
checked by the Currency Officers in accordance
with paragraph (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 against the records in the
Register of Currency Notes Destroved i) ;at least
two Currency Officers who shall he tie Currei cy Offi-
cers who had sealed the bundles if those Officers
are available; the notes shall then be dleitroyed in
their presence in accordance with the provisions of
paragraph (2) hereof, and they shall sign a certifi-
cate in a form to be approved by the Board as pro-
vided in that paragraph.

Board of 20. (1) There shall be a Board of Survey
Survey. appointed by the Administrator, which shall con-
sist 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, us 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 Adminis-
trator 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
seal of the Director of Audit, the Crown
Agents for Oversea Governments and Admin-
istrations, or a previous Board of Survey;

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









(c) any packages of redeemed or ex-
changed 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 cancelled
currency notes of each denomination have
been checked, and
(b) the keys to locked cabinets in which
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 vault and an Assistant Currency
Officer, when two Currency Officers as afore-
said are available, the Board of Survey may,
at any survey, accept without counting the
contents thereof any unsealed bundles pur-
porting 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
Audit 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, memo-
randum, matter or thing relating to the Currency
Note Security Fund, or whatever else shall tend to
secure or show a true account of the transactions
of the Board shall be at all times open to examina-
tion by the Board of Survey.
21. Subject to the provisions of the Cnr- Appointment
rency Ordinance, 1959, and of these Regulations, offends
the Board shall appoint such agents, officers and servants.
servants and at such remuneration, as they shall
think fit.










Accounts.



Annual esti-
mate of
revenue and
expenditure.



Supplement-
ary Estimatee.


22. The Accounts of the Board shall be
kept in the Currency Office at Headquarters of the
Board in such form as the Board may direct.

23. (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.

(2) In the event of the provision in the
annual estimates proving insufficient, the prior
authority of the Board for any supplementary provi-
sion 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 supple-
mentary expenditure shall be circulated
quarterly for the approval thereof by the
Commissioners.

Authorised (3) The Executive Commissioner is author-
Expenditure. ised to incur expenditure up to the amount shown
in the annual estimates or supplementary estimates
approved by the Board.


Revocation of
previous Reu-
!ntion.
Gen. Govt.
S.R.O. 1951.
No. 21.
Gen. Govt.
S R.O. 1952,
No. 11.
Gen. Govt.
S.R.O. 1962,
No, 28.


24. -The following Regulations are hereby
revoked-

The Currency (Notes) Regulations, 1951;

The Currency (Notes) (Amendment) Regula-
tions, 1952;

The Currency (Notes) (Amendment No. 2)
Regulations, 1952;








9

The Currency (Notes) (Amendment) Regula- Gen. Govt.
tions, 1954; No.45. ,

The Currency (Notes) (Amendment) Regula- Antigu a
tions, 1958; s... 9ess,
No. 8.
The Currency (Notes) (Amendment) Regula- Antigua
tions, 1960. S.R. 1960,

Made by the Administrator in Council this
5th day of September, 1962.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Cmuryiw































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ANTIGUA. /


STATUTORY RULES AND O S S
1962, No. 19.


CLARE HALL VILLAGE.


REGULATIONS DATED OCTOBER 4, 1962, MADE BY THE ADMIN-
ISTRATOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 5 OF THE VILLAGE
IMPROVEMENT ORDINANCE, 1913, (No. 10 of 1913).


[Gazetted llth October, 1962.1

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Short title.
Villages Improvement (Revocation) Regulations,
1962.

2. The Regulations dated the 2nd day of Revocation
August, 1921, governing the Purchase of Cottages
and Lots in the Village of Clare Hall, and the
Villages Improvement (Amendment) Regulations,
1928, are hereby revoked. S.R. & 0.
6/1 328.
Made by the Administrator in Council this
4th day of October, 1962.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.









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