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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: October 25, 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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 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
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        Page 235
        Page 236
        Page 237
        Page 238
        Page 239
        Page 240
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 14 of 1962: Hotels Tax ordinance, 1962
        A-1
        A-2
        A-3
        A-4
        A-5
        A-6
        A-7
        A-8
        A-9
        A-10
    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 3 of 1962: Sedition and Undesirable Publications Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1962
        B-1
        B-2
        B-3
        B-4
    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 4 of 1962: Small Trespass Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1962
        C-1
        C-2
    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 5 of 1962: Magistrate's Code of Procedure Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1962
        D-1
        D-2
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 8 of 1962: Colonial Air Navigation (Use of Gevernment Aerodrome) Notification, 1962
        E-1
        E-2
        E-3
        E-4
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THE E

ANTIGUA, MDONTSEIT

AND -i

VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.

Published by Aluthority.


'jj[THUI't)AY 25TI' O(YTuB! E1, 116(2.


No. 52.


N l;ices.


It is hereby notified for general
information that the Government
have now decided to re constitute the
Licensing Committee provided for
under Section 18 of the Licensing
(Intoxicating Liquor) Ordinance. 1879
(No. 4 of 1879) as amended by
S.R. & O's 1953 No. 28 and 1955 No.
10 madel uiner section 7 of Ordi-
nanoe No. 8 of 1953.
The members of the (Committee
are the I Tonunrable Attorney Genera.l.
the Collector of Cnstoms and the
Magistrates of Antigua (ea-officio
members) and Messrs. W. KOITHLEY
HEATH. J. R. A. McDONALD, M.B.E..
C. MURRAY and H. D. C. MOORE.
The Clerk to the Committee is the
Clerk to the Di.trict Magistrate. St.
John's.
Administration Building,
St. John's,
A ntigua.
4th Septembor, 1962.
Ref. No. A. 48115

Prices of Rice.

The prices of Demerara ric->, as
from Ilth October, 1962, are as
follows:-

Super Quality.
Supply Office Price $29.70 per i:ag
Wholesale Price $31.20 per bag


Retail Price


The following Certificated Teachersl
awaiting vacancy in the Education
Department have ben appointed
Assistant Teachers, Educatioi Depart-
ment with effect from let January,
1962.

DAVID-EPHRAIM, Mrs. D.
FRANCIS. Miss R.
FERNANDEZ. Miss V.
GRIFFINN, Miss M.
JOSIAH, M.
LEWIS, NMrs. G.
MATTHIAS. NlCC.
IZICHARDS, Mrs. E.
RICHARDS, [Miss I.
RICHARIDS, Mrll. H.
RICHARDSON. Mrs. M.
SIMON, NMrs. T'.
T'1h following Unc.rtificated Tea-
chers (with Secondary Sclool Certifi-
cate) in t i- Education Department
have b),iin :;ppoinit.d Assistant Teach-
ers, Edncnation Department with
effect from 1st .Jltiiary, 1962.
BUTLER. Mrs. ii.
CHAMBERS, Miss G.
DAVID, Miss R.
GORDON, Miss V.
HAMPSON, J.
HAMPSON, Miss B.
HECTOR, Mrs. C.
HENRY. Miss I .
HKsNRY. Miss i.
KIN., Miss S.
LLOYD, IH.
LOOBY, G.
SA MUEL. O.
THOMAS, Miss V.
WEBSON, Mrs. G.
WINSTON, Miss R.
WILLIAMS, V.


.19 per lb.


First Quality.
Supply Office Price $25.85 per bag


Wholesale Price $27
Retail Price

Second Quallt
Supply Offic Price $23


Wholesale Price
Retail Price


$24


4A


1..^_L-


British Nationality Act, 1948.


. ,, per ag It is hereby notified for general
.17 per lb. information that a Certificate of
Naturalization No. 7 of 1962, dated
y. the 4th day of September, 1962, has
been granted to MR. WILLIAM
.30 per bag AUGUSTIN ALLEN of Parliament
Street, Grays Farm, Antigua, under
.50 per bag the British Nationality Act, 1948.


.16 per lb.


I. C. KEENB,
Price Control Oficer.
Ministry of Finance,
Antigua,
19th October, 1962.


Attorney oGneral's Chambers,
Administration Building,
St. John's,
Antigua.
16th October, 1962.
Ref No. A. 55120.


In accordance with Section 5 of the
Hotels Tax Ordinance, 1962, and Sec-
tion 24 of the Interpret:tion and
General Clauses Act, 1955 (No. 12 of
1955), all proprietors of hotels and
guest houses in the Colony are hi reby
required to furnish the undersigned
in writing by the 29th day of October
1962, with the following:-
(a) The names and addresses (,f
their hotels and/or guest houses:
(b) The maximum number of
guests that may be accommo-
dated therein during the night:
and

(c) The name of the person or
persons responsible for the
management thereof.
E. G. K. CHALLENGER,
Ag. Accountant General.
Treomaury Chambers.
St. John's, Antigua.

19th October, 1962.

It has again been found necessary
to inform persons who are indebted
to the Central Housing and Planning
Authority under any of the following
heads listed below that action will be
taken against those in arrears. The
individuals concerned are therefore
asked to settle the outstanding
amounts on or before the 15th day of
December, 1962.

1. Hurricane Rehousing Loans.
2. Garlings Slum Clearance
Scheme.
3. Concrete Houses, Repairs etc.,
at Ottos New Extension.
4. Housing Improvement Loans
5. Aided Self-Help Houses.
6. Plots-on the Villa Area Devel-
opment and other Village
Extension.
7. Gleb's Land Rent (The Point)

Central Housing & Planning
.4 authority,
Thames Street,
St. John's,
13th October, 1962.


VOL. VII.


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236 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [October 25, 1962.


CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES
No. 59
The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Adminis-
trator that the power of disallow-
ance will not be exercised in respect
of the undermentioned Ordinance:-

Antigua.
No. 14 of 1961, The Magistrate's
Code of Procedure Act (Amenl inent)
Ordinance, 191."
Adm inistration Building,
S/. John's,
Attiq/i, a.
25/h OUctobirr. 1i62.
Ref. No. A. 17/2:36

No. 60.
The following Oroiiances and
Statutory Rules and Order are circu-
lated with this Gazette and form part
thereof:-
ORDINANCES.
Antigua.
No. 14 of 1962, "The Hotels Tax
Ordinance 1 962."
10 pp. Price 23 cls.
Virgin Islands.
No. 3 of 1962, The Sedition and
Undesirable Pub locations Act
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1962."
4pp. Price 11 cents.
No. 4 of 1962, "The Smiall Tres-
pass Act (Amendmemnt) Ordiiance,
1962." 1 pp. Price 5 cts.
No. 5 of 1962, The Magistrate's
Code of Procedure Act (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1962."
1 pp. Price 5 cts.
STATUTORY RULE & ORDER.
Montserrat.
No. 8 of 1962, The Colonial Air
Navigation (Use of Government
Aerodrome) Notification, 1962."
3 pp. Price 9 ets.

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 puirsuance 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 sit 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 Sptember, 1962.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 12th October, 1962.
NESTLE'S PRODUCTS LIMITED
of 309, North Side Bay Street, Nassau,
Bahama Islands, have applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark con-
sisting of the following:-


i t. *.*:)


1 0
bi :',,' -. 4i*: --



in Class 42, that is to say, Substances
used as food or as ingredients in food.
The Applicants claim that they
have us-dI the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for eleven
years before the date of their said
Application.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Moniserrat and Virgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.
O. W. JACK,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

I'RADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAT, 4th Oct., 1962.
BROWN & WILLIAMSON TO-
BACCO CORPORATION (EXPORT)
LIMITEI) of Westminster House, 7,
Mfillb.mlk, I ontlo, 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-
faotured.

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
Antigtua, M.ontserral & Virgin Is-
lands Gazette 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,

MONTSERRAT, 9th October, 1962.

NESTLE'S PRODUCTS LIMITED
of 309, North Side of Bay Street,
Nassau, Bahama Islands have applied
for Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:


in Class 42, that is to say, Substances
used as food or ingredients in food.

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

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first ap-
pearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua, M1ontserrat, & Virgin Is-
lands Gazette give notice in duplicate
at the Trade Marks Office, Montserrat,
of opposition of the said Trade Mark.

H. ALEX BlSSON,

Registrar of Trade Marke.











TIlE ANTIGUA MONTSIlU'S lAT & VIRGIN


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIYUA .tllh O,,io.,-.r. 1962.

BROWN & WILIJAMSON 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:-


HILTOI


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 res-
pect of the said goods for 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, Mvonterrat & Virgin Is-
lands Gasette 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.


Provost Marshal's Offioe
ANTIGUA.
11th October, 1962
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that there will be solid on the various
premises in the City of Saint John
hereafter named on Thursday 22nd
November. 1962 at :2 o'clock noon,
the lands and tenements belonging to
the persons whose names are set out
hereund'r, the said premises having
been levied upon to satisfy the City
Rate due thereon for the year 1962.

Hamilton Land
Alphonso Hamilton (4)
David Anthony

Bennett Street
Thomas Anthony
Est. of Charles Este.
Simon David Anthony
Eliza Jeffrey
Ernest Gilead
Dennis Alfred Henry
Ursula Matthew
Gwendolyn Simon
K. 0. Dowe
Oscar Gilead
Kenneth Henry
Iris Muusington
Lloydson Jacobs


Athill Street
Sarah M.sonI
John Henry
Geo. Benjamin
Edmund Jolhn

Christopher Street
John Francis
Samuel Davis
Lydia Si.ull

Piggott Street
Iris Mi!.-sInL-t,1i
Doris Fl..yvi
Edith 'honmai

Bell Street
Raymond lsiOac
Eliza Jeffriyv
Gwendolyun minou

Bryson Street
Matthew Why'e
Pearl H utchinson
Geo. H. W.-8bson
Alfred Lewis
Clarence Joseph

Alfred Peters Street
Louisa Man, nix
Chairles Ant hli y
Gweiidolyn Sinicn
Sanmut-l (Ch ,ilhnger
Henry Edwards
Vincenlt Sihlolt
Donald Mcad(e
Leslie Sainnuel
Pearl Hutchinsoti
Mildred Oir
Josephine James

Dickenson Bay Street
Robert Nanton
Geo. Samuel
Nehemiah Knight
Kenneth Murdoch
Agatha Ihlrseford
Alfred 0. Wallace
Johnathan Steveis
Henry EKlw.rds
Arthur J.Inn.s
C. B. A. Watts
Carolie Erskimne
Margaret Josiah
Eumund Simoni
Neville Bridges
Rosalie Morgan

St. George's Street
Ickford Winter
William Parker (2)
Mary Wells
Doris Allen
Est. of Melvin Stevens (2)
Mary Chapman
Victoria Jam.es
Marie Alex Watson
Est. of Sarah Saunders
Edna O. Giraud
Caroline Isaac.
Edward Lloyd
Caroline Isaac
Edward Terry
William Terry (2)
Elizabeth Knight
Alice M. Smith
Robert Skerrit

St. John's Street
Gladys R. Wynter
Igal Wynter
Wilfred Wheatland


October 25, 1962.1


I


ISLANDS GAZE'TTF. 237
Laura A. T. Jacob,
Elenora Scoiland (3)
Gatson G. Jehilman
Johnathan John
Cecilia Christian
Geo. James
Ivy Dench
Samuel Destin
Adelinde Buntin
Samuel Henry
S. T. Ch!ristian
Francis .l;m- s;
Caroliine Isaac
Roland IIenry
Mildred Swilt
Est. of Charles Isaac
Mary Grant
Cherles Isaac
Gee. M. Stevens
Alice Adarns
Margaret binby Punter
Francis Sanmul
Audrey tRoberts
John Harris
Ethel Hume
Robert A. Cart
Edmund Jarvis (2)
Percival Price (2)

Bishopgate Street

Geo. H. Joseph
Clarence Christian
Hrs. of J. Cephas
P. Vanui
James Mapp
A. M. Pinder
Emily Mason
Est. of John Mason
James B. Hart
Josephine Edwards
Joseph Edwards
Walter H. Hewlett
William Parker
Henrietta John
Hrs. of Albert Barnard
Hrs. of Daniel
E. B. Morgan
Theo. Christopher
Sophia Francis
Louisa Thomas
Est. of Henry Carlisle
Sydney Benjamin
Louisa Semper

North Street

Mary Ramnel
Louisa Semper
Hrs. of S. Daniel
Est. of Sophia Francis
John Ramsey (2)
Elsie Ramsey
Dorcas Osborne
Frederick Martin
Winifred Scotland
Alfred Hunte
Hrs. of David Peters
Cecila Edwards
Ann De Ponte
Ernest Gilead
Brdley Lindsay
Mary Eliza Watt
Hrs. of William Douglas
Ernest Victor Henry (3)
Alice Horsford
Hrs. of Jnliet Bonnier
Virginia Joseph
John Sebastian
Titus Simon
Josephine Pigott









288 THE ANTIGUA MONT8ERRAT & YIRIViN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [October 25 1962


Newgate Street
Samuel A. Joseph
K. W. Heath
Mary Eliza Watt
S. L. Athill
Hrs. of Tull R. & Ritchie
Josiah Tittle
Helena Thompson
Est, of Adriana Thibon
Wapping Street
Ernest Martin
M. S. Osbourne
Samuel Destin
I. E. A. Barnes
F. Alex Francis
Nicholas Full:r
M. S. Osborne
Edmund Farara

Church Street
Hilda Ritchie
Bernice Mlake

The Point
Eileen G. & P. Reynolds (6)
Robert 't'nge
Hrs. of Jos. Samuel
Igal Winter
Georgiana Gero
Sydney Gerand
E. C. Aska
Victoria Phillip

Marriner's Lane
Ebenezer Christopher
Irene Walker
Martha Finch
Dennis Henry
Caroline Ireland

Wilkinson Street
Eat. of J. P. Samuel
Joseph Antonio
Norris Destin
Miriam Farrel
Neville Bridges
Est. of J. Reynolds
Andre Emanuel
Norris Destin

Wapping Lane
Anthony Jarvis
Est. of John Ambrose
Samuel Lavisoonnt
Caroline Isaac
Igal Winter

Coney Warren Alley
C. B. A. Watts

Thames Street
Joseph Gomes

Popeshead Street
lola Alexander
Maria TittlA
Adolphus Reynolds
Ernest Henry (2)

Newgate Lane
Hrs. of Willook
Stephanie Gardener

Bishopgate Alley
Thomas Agnetine
Est. of Sarah James

Market Street
Anthony Michael (2)
John Nassimento
Joseph John


Cemetery Road
Hilson Murdoch
Allan Matthew

Gambles
Robert Smith

Hawkins Street
Theo. Marrie
Hood Street
Agnes Mayhew
Thomas Hnghes
Caroline Gonsalves
Marietta Walter
Buerella Benjamin (2)
Joshua Thomas (2)

Drake Street
Satterfield & Irene Thomas
Clement Hughies
Joseph Fernandez
Fort Road
Arthur Roberts
Gwendolyn Simon
Calis Destin
Harold Scholar
Isabella Davis
Gwendolyn George
Cecil Kendall
Perlina Hutchinson
C. H. O'marde
E. L. Thomas
Ermie ionime
Luther George
Edna Mussington
C. H. Mussington
Joseph inrton,
A. A. Roberts
Johnathan Martin
Walter Cook
Violet Rogers
Muriel George
C. H. Looker & A. Bento
Arthur Roberts
Jack Joseph
Samuel Destin
C. A. Williams
Denzil Hill
Geo. S. Collen
Gen. Matthew
Donald Christian
Mabel Mason
Mrs Jas. Thomas
Geo. V. O'Flarharty
John Roberts
Paget Winter
Enid Richards
Harrison Jacobs
Nurst A. James
J. Vandorpool
W. B. Josiah
Norris Georges
Geo. A. Goodwin
S. T. Christian
D. Lewis

Market Street
Thomas Pelle
Stanley Walters
Josiah Samuel
Rnfus Slhoy

Sheppard Street
Mitchell Michael
Michael's Mount
Maurice Michael


Camaoho's Ave
Agatha L. Jarvis

Long Street
Emanuel Farara
C. B. A. Watt
Maria S. Queely
Frederick Lewis
Esso Standard Oil S. A.
Mary Octovia Bailey (2)
Emannel Gomes
George Mc Andrew
High Street
Ivy & Gwen Colbourne
Lawrence & Eileen Gonsalves
Emanuel Farara
Gertrude Gomes
Lilian De Freitas
Joseph Fernandez

St. Mary's Street
Ern-st G. Maginly
Daniel Davis
Redolifle Street
Lowen Benjamin
R. A. Brown
Marie Eliza Watt

Nevis Street
Brown Brothers
Elma Potter
Bill Abbott
Mary A. Christian
Keithley Heath
Charles Martin
Maria S. Queely
Maria Thomas
Hubert Anthonyson
South Street
Mary A. Christian
Charles Martin
Maria Thomas
Bertha Buckley
Joseph Martin
William Isaac
Myrna Peters
Anne Sahalie
Hrs. of Olive Lewis
Taylor Olive Nasmento
Tanner Street
Emma Knowles
Hrs. of Barton
Anthony Dunbar
C & L Van Putten Romeo
J. Alex Christian
John Gomes
Rose Gomes
Est. of John Chamers
Corn Alley
Est. of John Robin
Olive Taylor Nasmento
Temple Street
Charles G. Henry
Rarely Murraine
Constance Hill
Hrs. of Arthur Bird
Church Lane
J. Warneford Goodwin
Est. of James Henry
Est. of Eudore Kirby
IHrs. of Ronan







THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT, & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 239


Cross Street
William Rudd
O. St.A Druke
Emanuel Farara
Alvin B. A. Edwards

Cemetery Road
Allen Matthew
H. Arch Murdock

East Street
Bishop M. Schoolroom


Old Parham Road
Noel S. B. C. Slack
Noel Slack
Edgar Tonge
Keithley Hill
Victory Sport Club
T. Derrick
Charles Reynolds
Stapleton
Noel S. B. C. Slack

All Saints Road
Rupert Hector
Olga Tuitt
George Farley

New Street No 2
Melvina Julian
Elvin Edmund



Rodney Street
Richard Francis
C. B. Morgan (2)
Charles Lewis
Violet Derrick
Agatha John
Ebenezer Tonue


Miriam Davis
Joseph Davis

Nelson Street
Alberta Parker
Joseph Lewis
Joseph Davis
Cox Coates
Francis Stevens
Racheal James
Neal and Anita steal

New Street No. 1
Jacob Hodge
Lawrence Gonsalves

O. W. JACK.
Provost Marshal.


Telephone Subscriptions

Telephone subscribers are advised
that their telephone subscriptions 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
cheques should be made payable to
the Accountant General.

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: -

(7) $2 in respect of prtImnises situ-
ated within one route mile of


the St. Johns Exchange, and
one half route mile of the All
Saints, Parham, and Coolidge
Exchanges.

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

Telephone Department,
Antigua,

5th October, 1962.


RAINFALL FIGURES.

Agrioultural Department,

Antigua.


Month.
January
Feb.
March
April
May
June
July
August
Sept.
To Oct. 20th


1958 1959 1960 1961 1962
0.92 2.91 2.84 2.61 6.77
0.68 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
3.95 2.07 5.01 4.29 2.69
3.13 3.49 2.88 5.02 9.46
6.82 4.73 3.72 2.43 7.40
5.08 1.31 3.46 2.04 2.55


14.62 29.01 29.94 27.09 43.68


Notice to Importers



In accordance with the Trade and Revenue Ordinance 1900, as amended Deposits which remain unclaimed
after a period of 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 October, 1962. shall be transferred to Revenue.


Importer


4 Geo. W.B. Bryson & Co.
Refrigeration services
11 Mr. Maurice Michael
J. Oliver Davis
14 Trade Winds Hotel
18 Mr. Crawford
Jos. Dew & Son Ltd.
21 Maurice Michael
24 Andrew B. Holm
Maurice Michael
25
27 Lakes New Market
31 S. Me. Kinnon


.4 rtitle


15 ctns essence
2 pkgs. refrig. equipment
2 ctns. stationery
2'2 bdls. Mahogoney
1 roll roofing paper
1 pkg. radio
Machine & tool box
40 cs. chairs
1 cs. propane applialces
7 ctns. radio equipment
13 ctns. lighting equip.
34 cs. meats, etc.
11 cs. ice cream


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

Printed at the Government Printing Office. Antigue, Leeward Island-,
by ROBERT LINDSAY, Acting GCovrirnint Printer.-- y Authority.
191;2


\Price 66 cents.]


Date


1962
July


Amount.


$468.00
240.00
2.00
378.00
41.00
30.00
472.50
1732.50
22.00
108.00
136.00
11.00
40.00


$3681.00


,October 1. 1902]






No. 14 of 1962.


rL.S.]
I ABSENT,
D. J. G. ROSE,
Acting Administrator.
17th October, 1962.






ANTIGUA.

No. 14 of 1962.

An Ordinance to levy a Tax on Hotel and Guest-
house Proprietors in respect of each guest per
night residing in a hotel or guest-house.
[ON PROCLAMATION]
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the
Legislative Council of Antigua, and by the authority
of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Hotels
Tax Ordinance, 1962. Short title.
2. In this Ordinance unless the context other-
wise requires- Interpre.
station.

"hotel" means any building or group of
buildings within the Colony (including all
structures within the cartilage thereof)
which are occupied together for the pur-
pose of accommodating guests therein, and
which contains, or is intended to contain
when completed, not less than ten bed-
rooms;


Ftotels Tax.


ANTIGUA.








"guest" means any person residing in a hotel
or guest-house in consideration of
the payment of a sum of money for such
residence, but shall not include a guest
who is a permanent resident;
"guest house" means a hotel containing more
than four but less than_ten bedrooms;
"Inspector" means an Inspector of Hotels
appointed under section 7 of this
Ordinance;
"night" means the interval between eight
o'clock in the evening of any day and five
o'clock in the morning of the next succeed-
ing day;
permanent resident" means-
(a) a person who during the period of twelve
months immediately preceding the date of
coming into operation of this Ordinance,
has been a guest in a hotel or guest-house
or partly in a hotel and partly in a guest-
house for a period of at least sixty con-
secutive days;
(b) a person who, during any period of twelve
months commencing on the first day of
January in any year after the date of con-
'ing into operation of this Ordinance, has
been a guest in a hotel or guest-house, or
partly in a hotel and partly in a guest-
house, for at least sixty consecutive days
during such period of twelve months.
"proprietor means the owner of a hotel or
guest-house or any person on whose behalf
guests are admitted to a hotel or guest-
house; and where a proprietor is absent
from the Colony, or is a body corporate,
includes the person for the time being
responsible for the management of the
hotel, or guest-house, as the case may be.

Imposition of 3. (1) A tax, to be called hltel lax, shall be
tax. charged and collectc.1, siubjct to and in nccord-
ance with the provisions of this Ordinantce, in respect
of each guest accommodated during a night, or part
of a night, in a hotel or guest-house.


Hotels Tax.L


AN~tartr. 2


14o. 14 ot i96i.









(2) The proprietor of every hotel or guest.
house shall account for the tax charged by this
Ordinance in such manner as the Accountant General
may from time to time direct. Such tax shall be
payable by the proprietor accountable for the same,
and shall be paid into the general revenue on such
day in each week as the Accountant General may
from time to time direct.

(3) Directions given by the Accountant General
in accordance with the provisions of the preceding
subsection shall be in writing under his hand, and
shall be served on the proprietor of every hotel or
guest-house, as the case may be.
(4) Any proprietor who wilfully omits or
neglects to account for the tax in the manner directed
by the Accountant General, or any person who makes
any false entry in accounting for the tax imposed
by this Ordinance with intent to evade payment by
himself, or by any other person, of the said tax,
shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.
4. The amount of tax to be charged and Rate of tax.
collected under the provisions of this Ordiiance shall First
be in accordance with the rates set out in the First Schedule.
Schedule hereto.
5. (1) The Accountant General may at any Proprietors
time by notice published in the Gazette require all to supply
certain
or any proprietors in the Colony to furnish him, in information.
writing, by a date to be specified in such notice
(which date shall not be less than seven days after
the date of publication of such notice), with the
following information in relation to their hotels and
guest-houses-
(a) the name and address thereof;
(b) the maximum number of guests that may
be accommodated therein during the night;
and
(c) the name of the person responsible for
the management thereof.
(2) Every notice published in accordance with
the preceding subsection shall also be published in
three consecutive issues of a daily newspaper


No. 14 of 1962.


Hotels Tax.


3 ANTIOVA.









circulating in the Colony. The date of the first of
such issues shall be the same as the date of the
issue of the Gazette in which the said notice is
published.
(3) Every proprietor shall without delay
furnish to the Accountant General in writing such
information with respect to the ownership and man-
agement of his hotel or guest-house as the Account-
ant General may from time to time require.
(4) Any person who begins to use, or ceases
to use, any premises for the purposes of conducting
a hotel or guest-house therein shall forthwith notify
the Accountant General in writing of the fact; and
where any person begins t) use any premises as
aforesaid he shall forthwith furnish the Accountant
General with the information required to be
furnished under the provisions of subsection (1)
of this section.
(5) The proprietor of every hotel or guest-
house shall forthwith notify the Accountant General
in writing of-
(a) any change which occurs in the name or
address thereof;
(b) any change in the maximum number of
guests that can be accommodated therein
during the night; and
(c) any other change in the management or
ownership thereof which would affect the
accuracy of any information already sup-
plied in accordance with the foregoing
provisions of this section.
(6) Any person who fails to furish the
Accountant General with any information required
to be supplied in accordance with the foregoing
provisions of this section, or otherwise fails to
comply with the foregoing provisions of this
section, shall be guilty of an offence against this
Ordinance.
Regiter 6. (1) Every proprietor shall keep, or cause
of guests. to be kept, a register of guests (hereinafter referred
to as the register) which shall be made of such
durable material and shall be in such form as the


ANTIaOA. 4


Hotels Tax.


No. 14 of 1962.









Accountant General may from time to time approve;
the approval of the Accountant General shall be
signified by writing under his hand and affixed to
the register.
(2) The register shall contain-
(a) the names, permanent address, and quali-
fication (or occupation) 6f each guest;
(b) the date and time of admission of each
guest;
(c) the date and time when any person ceases
to be a guest; and
(d) such other particulars as the Accountant
General may from time to time require.
(3) Every proprietor, or the person for the
time being appointed by the proprietor for the
purpose of keeping the register, shall require each
guest to sign the register in the appropriate
column-
(a) at the time of his admission as a guest;
and
(b) immediately before he ceases to be a
guest.
(4) Every guest shall sign the register in
accordance with the provisions of the preceding
subsection unless he is unable to sign his name, in
which event the proprietor shall make an entry to
that effect in the register.
(5) Any person who fails to comply with the
foregoing provisions of this section, or wilfully
makes any false entry in a register, with intent to
evade payment by himself or by any other person
of the tax imposed by this Ordinance, shall be
guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.
7. (1) The Accountant General may, in his Appointment
discretion, appoint one or more officers of the nd pdutyof
Treasury to inspect hotels and guest-houses in the hotels.
Colony and every such officer shall be known as an
Inspector of Hotels. It shall be the duty of every
Inspector to visit such hotels and guest-houses in the


No. 14 of 1962.


Hotels Tax.


5 ANTIGUA.








Colony as the Accountant General may direct, for
the purpose, of examining thl registers thereof and
ascertaining the number of guests from time to
time resident therein.

(2) Every Inspector shall at least once in
each month, and at such other times as the Account-
ant General may direct, make a report to the
Accountant General on all hotels and guest-houses
visited by him. and such reports shall be in such
form and contain such particulars as the Accountant
General may require.

Powers of the S. (1) An Inspector may at any reasonable
and Account time of the day or night enter upon the premises
ant General. of any hotel or guest-house for the purpose of
examining the register thereof, and may require the
proprietor to produce the register for his examina-
tion. An Inspector may remain on such premises
as long as may be necessary for the purpose of
ascertaining the number of guests residing therein.

(2) An Inspector, upon the production of his
certificate of appointment to any person in a hotel
or guest-house whom he has reasonable cause to
suspect to be a guest therein, may require such
person to give him his name and address; and any
such person who wilfully omits or refuses to give
the Inspector his correct name and address shall be
guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.

(3) If an Inspector, when requested by a
proprietor to produce his certificate of appointment
in accordance with the provisions of subsection (2)
of section 7 of this Ordinance fails to do so, the
proprietor may refuse to permit him to remain on
his premises, or to examine his register.

(4) Subject to the provisions of the preceding
subsection, any proprietor who fails to produce his
register for examination when required to do so by
an Inspector shall be guilty of an offence against
this Ordinance, and any person who wilfully
hinders or obstructs an Inspector in the perform-
ance of his duties shall be guilty of an offence
against this Ordinance,


Hotels Tax.


ANTIGUA. 6


No. 1 t of 1962.








(5) The Accountant General may at all
reasonable hours in the daytime enter upon the
premises of any hotel or guest-house for the
purpose of examing the register thereof, and may
require the proprietor thereof to produce the
register for his examination; and any proprietor
who fails to produce his register to the Accountant
General for examination, or any person who
wilfully hihders or obstructs the Accountant
General in the performance of his duty shall be
guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.
9. When any tax imposed by this Ordinance, Additional
or any part thereof, remains unpaid at the expira- chrgeox
tion of the fifth day after the date on which it
should have been paid into general revenue, the
proprietor liable to pay the same, shall be charged
an additional sum equivalent toten per centum of
the amount of the tax so remaining unpaid, and
such sum shall be collectable in the same manner
as if it were part of the said tax then due and
owing.
10. (1) Any such tax due and owing under Charge and
collection of
the provisions of this Ordinance shall be a first tx.
charge on the goods and chattels of the proprietor
accountable for the same, and shall take priority
over any other charge or debt due by specialty or
otherwise, except debts due to the Crown; and
such tax shall be levied and collected by the seizure
and sale of the goods and chattels of the proprietor
accountable for the same.
(2) The Accountant General may at any time
prepare, date and sign a list (hereinafter called a
defaulters list) which shall be in the form set out
in the Second Schedule to this Ordinance and shall Second
contain Schedule.
contain-
(a) the name and address of the proprietors
by whom such tax is due and owing; and
the name of the hotels and guest-houses
of such proprietors;
(6) the amount of tax due and owing by each
proprietor, together with any additional
amount that may have been charged
thereon,
and shall deliver the same to the Provost Marshal for
collection of the respective amounts specified therein.


14o. 14 ot 1962.


POW'S tax..


A tNTt(;tA.








(3) As soon as may be after the Provost
Marshal has received a defaulters list he shall
proceed to levy and collect the several amounts
shown therein in the manner prescribed in subsec-
tion (1) of this section.
sale of goods 11. (1) Where any goods and chattels have
eizatted been seized as aforesaid, they shall be marked, and
deposited in some place, or left in the possession
of some fit person as the Provost Marshal shall
direct.
(2) If the tax in respect of which the levy
was made and all expenses incidental to such levy
are not sooner paid, all goods and chattels seized as
aforesaid shall be sold at public auction, at such
place and during such hours as the Provost
Marshal shall determine:

Provided that no such sale shall take place
within five days of the seizure of such goods and
chattels, unless the same are in the opinion of the
Provost Marshal of a perishable nature, or the
owner of such goods and chattels has requested
their earlier sale
(3) The (late, time and place of sale of all
goods and chattels seized under the provisions of
this Ordinance shall be advertised prior to the date
of sale thereof in at least one issue of the Gazette
and of a daily newspaper circulating in the Cplony,
unless such goods and chattels are being sold by
the Provost Marshal before the expiry of the
period of five days referred to in the preceding
subsection.
(4) The proceeds of sale of such goods and
chattels shall be applied first towards the payment
of the expenses incidental to their seizure and sale
and the payment of the tax in respect of which they
were seized, and the balance, if any, of the proceeds
of such sale shall be paid to the proprietor from
whom the said goods and chattels were seized,
upon application being made for the same.
(5) The Provost Marshal shall forward to the
Accountant General at least once in each month, a
return of all taxes collected by him under the


Yotelts faii.


ANTIGUA. S


Ro. 14 of 1962.








No. 14 of 1962.


provisions of this Ordinance, and shull pay all such
taxes into the general revenue as soon as may be
after the collection thereof.

12. Any person found guilty of an offence
against this Ordinance shall on summary conviction
be liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred and
fifty dollars or to imprisonment for a term not
exceeding six months.
13. A copy of, or extract from, entries in ta
register, upon which is endorsed a certificate pur-
porting to be signed by the Accountant General,
stating that such copy or extract is a true copy or
extract from a particular register shall in all legal
proceedings be admitted as prima facie evidence of
the entries in the said register until the contrary is
proved.

14. The Administrator in Council, if he is
satisfied that it is just and equitable to do so, may
refund or remit, as the case may be, the whole or
any part of the tax paid or payable under the] pro-
visions of this Ordinance, together with- any
additional charge imposed thereon and any
expenses of levy incurred in connection with the
collection of such tax.

16. This Ordinance shall come into opera-
tion on a date to be appointed by the Administrator
by Proclamation published in the Gazette.

D. W. ,HURST,
Speaker.
Passed the Legislative Council this 2nd day
of October, 1962.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.


Penalty.





Proof of
entries in
registers.


Administra-
tor in Council
may refund or
remit tax.






Commence-
ment.


Hotels Tax..


9 ANTIGUA.








ANTIGUA. 10


Hotels Tax.

FIRST SCHEDULE.


No. 14 of 1962.


(Section 4,)


Rate of Tax.


Period.


For each guest residing in a hotel for a
night or part of a night


Amount.


1.00


For each guest residing in a guest-
house for a night, or part of a night .... 1.00




SECOND SCHEDULE (Section 10(2))

Defaulters List.


of 196 .


Name and ad-
dress of Propri-
etor in default.


Hotels and
Guest houses
operated by
proprietor.


Date:


Amount of
tax due and
owing.


Accounting
period in re-
speot of
which tax is
due and
owing.


Additional
charge of
10% (if any).


Total amount
to be levied.


Accountant General.

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No. 3 of 1962. Sedition and Undesirable Vi 'GIN
Publications Act. ISLANDS.
(Amendment) Ordinance.




[L.S.]
I AssrFT,
A. HALEY,
Acting Administrator.
12th September 1962.




VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No. 3 of 1962.

An Ordinance to amend further the Sedition and
Undesirable Publications Act, 1938.
[12th September, 1962] Commence-
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Sedition and Undesirable Publications Act (Amend- 11/1938.
ment) Ordinance, 1962, and shall be read as one 10/1941.
with the Sedition and Undesirable Publications f9 R.O.
Act, 1938, as amended, hereinafter called the
Principal Act.
2. Section 2 of the Principal Act is hereby Amendment
amended as follows:- of Section 2
of the Princi.
pal Act.
(a) by substituting the following for the
definition of the expression "prohibited
publication ":-
"prohibited publication means any
publication declared as such by order
under section 7 (1) of this Act;'; and
(b) by inserting the following definition after
the definition of expression prohibited
publication ":-






Vraem 2 0Sedition and Undesirable No. 3 of 1962.
ISLANDS. Publications Aot,
(Amendment) Ordinanoe.
S" public interest" means the interest of
defence, public safety, public order,
public morality or public health;'
Substitution 8. For section 7 of the Principal Act the
of section 7 of following is hereby substituted:-
the Prinoipal
Aot.
"Power to 7. (1) If the Administrator in
bited publi Council is of the opinion that there is
tions. in any publication or series of publica-
tions published outside the Colony by
any person or association of persons
any matter which is contrary to the
public interest, he may by order
published in the Gazette and in such
local newspaper as he may consider
necessary, declare that that particular
publication or series of publications, or
all publications published by that
person or association of persons, shall
be a prohibited publication or prohibited
publications as the case may be.


(2) If an order made under the
provisions of subsection (1) specifies
by namne a publication which is a
periodical publication, such order shall,
unless a contrary intention be expressed
therein, have effect-

(a) with respect to all subsequent
issues of such publication;
and

(b) not only with respect to any
publication under that name
but also with respect to any
publication published under
any other name if the pubish-
ing thereof is in respect a
continuation of, or in substi-
tution for, the publishing of
the publication named in the
order.






No. 3 of 1962. Sedition and Undesirable 3 Vteaiu
Publications Act, ISLANDS.
(Amendment) Ordinance.
(3) If an order made under the
provisions of subsection (1) declares
that all publications published by a
specified person or association of per-
sons shall be prohibited publications,
such order shall, unless a contrary
intention be expressed therein, have
effect not only with respect to all
publications published by that person or
association of persons before the date
of the order but also with respect to all
publications so published on or after
that date.
(4) An order made under the
provisions or subsection (1) shall,
unless a contrary intention is expressed
therein, apply to any translation into
any language whatsoever of the publica-
tions specified in the order.

(5) Where an order has been
made under the provisions of subsection
(1) declaring any series of publications
or all publications published by any
person or association of persons to be
prohibited publications or specifying by
name a publication which is a periodical
publication, any person who wishes to
import into the Colony any particular
publication in that series or published
by that person or association or being a
publication with respect to which the
order is required by subsections (2) and
(3) to have effect may apply to the
Administrator in Council for a permit
in that behalf and, unless the Adminis-
trator in Council is satisfied that the
publication contains matter which is
contrary to the public interest, he shall
grant such a permit and the order shall
thereupon cease to have effect with
respect to that publication ".
A. HALEY,
T President.







Sedition and Undesirable
Publications Act,
(Amendment) Ordinance.


Passed the Legislative Council
of September, 1962.


No. 3 of 1962.



the 11th day


J. M. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.








































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Ordinance. ISLANDS.



[L.S.I
I ASSENT,
A. HALEY,
Acting Administrator.
12th September, 1962.



VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No 4 of 1962.

An Ordinance to amend further the Small Trespass
Act.
[12th September, 1962] Commence-
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Small Short title.
Trespass Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1962, and
shall be read as one with the Small Trespass Act, Cap. 69.
as amended, hereinafter called the Principal Act. 23/1932.
S. R & O.
1956/22.
2. The Principal Act is hereby amended Amendment
by substituting the words one hundred and of Principal
eighty dollars for the symbol and figure 10 t.
wherever they occur in the said Act.
A. HALEY,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council the llth day of
September, 1962.
J. M. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.

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Act (Amendment) Ordinance. ISLANDS



[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
A. HALEY
Acting Administrator
12th September, 1962.




VIRGIN ISLANDS

No. 5 of 1962

An Ordinance to amend further the Magistrate's
Code of Procedure Act.

[12th September, 1962.] Commence-
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Magis- short title.
trate's Code of Procedure Acts (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1962, and shall be read as one with the Cap. ;1.
Magistrate's Code of Procedure Act, as amended,
hereinafter called the Principal Act.

2. Section 155 of the Principal Act is hereby Amendment
amended by inserting the words "in writingg otif the
between the words promise and to "; Principal Act.
A. HALEY
President.
Passed the Legislative Council the 11th day of
September, 1962.
J. M. CLARKE
Clerk of the Council.

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MONTSERRAT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1962, No. 8.


THE COLONIAL AIR NAVIGATION (GOVERNMENT AERODROME)
NOTIFICATION, 1962, DATED 22ND AUGUST, 1962, ISSUED
BY THE ADMINISTRATOR PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 60 OF
THE COLONIAL AIR NAVIGATION ORDER, 1961 (IMPERIAL
STATUTORY INSTRUMENT 1961 NO. 2316).


1. CITATION. This Notification may be cited as the
Colonial Air Navigation (Use of Government Aerodrome)
Notification, 1962.
2. USE OF GOVERNMENT AERODROME. It is hereby
notified that in accordance with the provisions of Article 60 of
the Coloninl Air Navigation Order, 1961, that the Government
aerodrome known as Blackburne Airfield is available for take-
off and landing of aircraft engaged on flights for the purpose
of the public transport of passengers subject to the conditions
contained in the First Schedule hereto.
3. CANCELLATION. The Notifications mentioned in the
Second Schedule hereto are hereby cancelled.
4. COMMENCEMENT. This Notification shall come into
operation on the let day of November, 1962.
Dated the 22nd day of August, 1962.

D.A. WILES,
Administrator.




.4


FIRST SCHEDULE.



CONDITIONS UNDER WRICH GOVERNMENT AERODROME
MAY BR USED

1. Blackburne Airfield (hereinafter referred to as "the
Aerodrome ") shall only be used for take-off and landing by
aircraft during the hours of 6 o'clock in the morning and
6 o'clock in the afternoon of any day.

2. The use of the aerodrome is entirely at the risk of
the registered owner of the aircraft concerned and the
Government shall not be responsible for loss or damage
resulting from the use of the aerodrome or its accessory
facilities, through act of God, war, Civil commotion, riot,
looting, explosion, failure of machinery or plant, negligence,
fire or any other cause whatsoever.

3. (1) The owner, operator or agent of any aircraft
using the aerodrome shall pay the following charges assessed
on the maximum permissible weight authorised by the
aircraft's certificate of airworthiness (hereinafter referred to
as "the aircraft weight "):-

For each landing where the aircraft weight-
(a) does not exceed 20,000 lb. $1.00 per 100 lbs.
(to the nearest
1,000 lbs.)
exceeds 20,000 lbs. but-
does not exceed 30,000 lbs. $30.00
,, ,, 40,000 lbs. $35.00
S, 50,000 lbs. $40.00
S, 60,000 lbs. $45.00
70,000 lbs. $50.00
S, 80,000 lbs. $55.00
S, 90,000 lbs. $60.00
,, ,, ,, 100,000 lbs. $65.00
,, ,, ,, 105,000 lbs. $67.50
Over 105,000 lbs. for each additional
1,000 lbs. or part thereof there
shall be added .60









Provided that there shall be paid in addition to any fee
specified above, a special fee equivalent to twenty-five per
centum of such fee in respect of any aircraft landing otherwise
than in an emergency outside the normal hours.
(b) In addition to the landing fee, whenever an aircraft
is parked at the Air Field for a longer period than six hours,
there shall be paid in respect of the use of the runways and
apron a charge calculated us follows:-
Aircraft weight Per 24 hrs. (or part
thereof)
10,000 lbs. or less $ 1.50
10,001 lbs. 20,000 lbs. $ 2.50
20,001 lbs. 40,000 lbs. $ 4.50
40,001 lbs. 60,000 lbs. $ 7.50
60,001. lbs. 80,000 lbs. $ 9.50
80,001 lbs. 100,000 lbs. $12.00
100,001 lbs. 120,000 lbs. $14.50
120,001 lbs. 140,000 lbs. $16.50
Exceeding 140,000 lbs. $19.50
(2) In lieu of a fee for each landing as provided in
paragraph (1) (a) hereof the Administrator may, from time to
time fix a commuted fee to be paid by any person in respect
of aircraft owned or operated by such person and landing at
the aerodrome during such period as the Administrator may
determine.
.4. The Administrator retains the right to exempt any
person from payment of the whole or part of any fee set out
in condition 3 hereof in any case he deems it expedient so to
do or on which the payment of such fees would cause undue
hardship.

SECOND SCHEDULE.

LEEWARD ISLAND GENERAL GOVERNMENT STATUTORY RULES
AND ORDERS
Year & No. CITATION
1953/28 The Colonial Air Navigation (Use of Montserrat
Government Aerodrome) Notification, 1953.
1954/25 The Colonial Air Navigation (Use of Montserrat
Government Aerodrome (Amendment) Notification,
1954.

Printed at the Government Printing Offoe, Antigua, Leevard ]slands
by ROBERT LINDBAY, Acting Government Printer.-By Authority.
1962.


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