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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: November 8, 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: VID00374
Source Institution: 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
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        Page 249
        Page 250
        Page 251
        Page 252
    Antigua, Imperial Legislation (Statutory Instrument), No. 1085 of 1962: West Indies (retirement and Compensation) Order in Council, 1961
        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
        A-17
        A-18
    Antigua, Imperial Legislation (Statutory Instrument), No. 1551 of 1962: West Indies (retirement and Compensation) (Amendment) Order in Council, 1961
        B-1
        B-2
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 20 of 1962: Disenfestation of Food Regulations, 1962
        C-1
        C-2
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 23 of 1962: Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture of Wines) Order, 1962
        D-1
        D-2
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 24 of 1962: Aid to Pioneer Industries (Distilling, Blending, and Bottling of Whisky) Order, 1962
        E-1
        E-2
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ANITIGIJA, A iiOiiONTSE,

AND

VHCJ IWtdr Y hDo GtA

~ /P L : -. f);/ Auetfh O'ity.


'EMBER, 1962. o. 55.


T\ (! ~it~:


It is L ti i-d f r elirI!; in!,rinationi
that under h iect.i n 7 (1) of tlle 1ottol
Tax (r,iin:m.i,- NX.. 14 of 1962. th-
Acco ni!'.Mnl G rM h.s ;i) te-(
MIvessrs. lliudsc.n ;. Aminhro:s and
Osllln T. Ilil;. (flic.O .f r I!: i rea*-
sury to bh li)i.!):t: .t. of H,,t-is :I an
Gln'st H tio s I('1' Tit- jt Ii"'i :- s of tlic
abovemnl ntionei Ordliin:ic- \. ith effect
fronl tli 1st da; of Nvri'! l --r. 1962.

TrI', ';',,'} ( chambers.
ligih Sltree
't. Johu's.


0B13ITUARY
Tht- Acting .-dniuhisttrati r of
Anti&gas ro(-'-rtis with rgret. tihe
death on the 3rn S, ptEmlbi-r. 1962,
of Mrs. EDRIS DAVID, C'ertili;ea d
Teacher awaiting vacancy, of the
Education Department of thii Terri-
tory.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
7th Novemlher, 1962.
Ref. No. A. E. 343:5.


Bnnk of England Notes.
I aipend, for general information,
details of a Notice issned by the Bank
of Englui; on the 25th Septiemler,
-1962 killing in certain i-ank Notes of
the denomination of 10.'. :--
The Bank of England, in exer-
cise of the powers conferr-ed upon
them by Section 1 (5) of the Cur-
rency :and Bank Notes Act, 1954,
he-reby call in on the 29th October,
1962. for payment of th, face value
thereof. all the 'otes of the Bank
of the denomination of 10s. which
formed part of the series in issne
at the Bank from the 22nd Novem-
ber, 1928 until the 15th November,
1961. By virtue of the said Sec-
tion 1 (5) the notes hereby called
in will not be legal tender after
the 29th October, 1962. "

2. This Notice refers to all 10s.
notes of the old series, printed in
mauve or brown on white paper and
without a portrait of Her Majesty the
Queen, issued during the years 1928
to 1961. Up to and including 29th
October, 1962, such notes will remain


ordb i :, ; v.. : I :,. ;h ; .' h r-, th.i-
e r. i : : i ; i I l.;I nIt. I t.i
la i .:asl a i:'- IL ; : 1 i ll I necessary
of info lie ire s ill t a-ll, in ) s:debted

he. '. is nt. i hi locl int will notll h
leoIal ,liJt )r :[i ri 29tih, Ocied.bw". 1";62,
but \vali sai ill tI ,oe cltac le ar. t the
Head o s'c e t l:e lti t ,f IEnl and.
Ti le l .;- t. c;]ia t( unicrtak(- to (.x-
clamouInic o ton lr f'.oreL thl, Ieth dayi of
the ps:c



R f No. I : :. -!

It has again leen found necessary
to inform persons whlio are indebted
to the Central Houtii ;iiil Planning
Authority undcr any of the following
heads listed lba lw that action will be
taken against those in arrears. The
individuals conthern d 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 d, Planing
A1 authority,
Thames Street,
St. John's.
13th October, 1962.

No. 61.
The following Imperial Legislations
and Statutory Rules and Orders are
circulated with this Gazette and form
part thereof:-

IMPERIAL LEGISLATION.

No. 1085 of 1962, The West Indies
(Retirement and Compensation) Order
in Council, 1961.
18 pp. Price 39 cts.


No. 1551 of 1962, 'Tl!i West Indies
(Retirement and Comtpens-tion)
(Ar.r i;dment) Order ii Council,
1962." 2 pp. 'P ir'e 7 cts.

STATUTORY RIULIS & ORDERS.

An tigun.
No. 20 of 1962, Th' D-1isenfesta-
tion of ,Fool -.ioulationsi, 1962."
2 pp. Price 7 cts.
No. 23 of 1962, "The Aid to
Pioneer Industries (Manufacture of
WineO) Order. 1962."
1 pp. Price 5 cta.
No. 2.1 of 1962. 'Tlie Aid to
Pioneer liods rites (Distilling, Blend-
ing ano Boitling of Whisky) Order,
1962." 1 pp. Price 5 ots.


Payment of Water Rate
The Public is hereby reminded that
water Rate for the quarter ended 30th
September, 1962 should have been
paid by 15th October, 1962.

Failure to pay arrears of Water Rate
by 10th November, 1962 will result
in the services involved being dis-
connected.

Public W1'orks Department
3rd November, 1962.


Office f the Administrator
of Unrepresented Estates.
24th October, 1962.

In the Matter of the Estate of
JOSEPH EMANUEL (ARI, late
of Barnes Hill, in tlh, Parish
of Saint George in the Island
of Antigua.

Deceased.
(UNREPRESENTED)

TAKE NOTICE that the creditors
residing within the Colony are to
come in and prove their debts against
the Estate of the above-named de-
ceased who died in the Island of
Antigua on the 21st day of December,
1943, on or before the 24th day of
February, 1963, and that creditors
residing out of the Colony are to
come in and prove their debts against
the said Estate on or before the 24th
day of June, 1963, and that in default
thereof to be excluded from any
benefit arising from the estate.

O. W. JACK,
Administrator of Unrepresented
Estates.


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250 THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


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:-


in Class 42, that is to say, Substances
used as food or as ingredients in food.
The Applicants claim that they
have nsed 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, Montserrat 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.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA 5th November, 1962.
THE HIGHLAND BONDING
COMPANY LIMITED of 20 Renfield
Street, Glasgow C. 2 have applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:-
FIVE SCOTS
in Class 43, that is to say, scotch
whisky and scotch whisky liquers
The Applicants claim that they
have not used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods before the
date of their said Application.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin
Islands 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.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 23rd October, 1962
LIGGET & MYERS TOBACCO
COMPANY, of 630 Fifth Avenue,
City, County and State of New York,
United States of America have
applied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:-



LIGET

in Class 15, that is to say, cigarettes."
'Th Applicants claim that th-ey
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for 1 month
before the date of their said Appli-
cation.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montseerrat & Virgin
IslandH Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trad" Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.
O. W. JACK.
Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAJ', 26th Oct., 1962.
LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO
COMPANY. of 630 Fifth Avenue,
New York, State of New York, United
States of America, have applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark con-
sisting of the following:



LIGET

in Class 45, that is to say, Cigarettes"
The Applicants claim that they are
lawfully entitled to the use of the
said trade mark.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, ,loniserrat & Virgin
Islands Gazstte give notice in dupli-
cate at, the Trade Marks Office,
Montserrat, of opposition of the said
Trade Mark.
H. ALEX BsSSON,
Registrar of Trade Murks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA 27th October, 1962.
LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO
COMPANY of 630 Fifth Avenue
New York State of New York have
applied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:-


Dorado
in Class 45, that is to say: "Cigarettes."


The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods from May 4,
1962 before the date of their said
Application.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.
0. W. JACK,
Registrar of Trade Mlarks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTsERRAT, 3rd November, 1962.
THE HIGHLAND BONDING
COMPANY LIMITED, of 20 Ren-
field Street, Glasgow, C. 2, Scotland,
have applied for Registration of
one Trade Mark consisting of the
following:-


FIVE SCOTS


in Class
Whiskey
uours.


43, that is to say, Scotch
and Scotch Whiskey Liq-


The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark
in respect of the said goods for
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, Montserrat & Virgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
oate at the Trade Marks Office,
Montserrat, of opposition of the said
Trade Mark.

H. ALBX. BESSON,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

Tenders are invited for the making
of uniform for Police and Fire Brigade
Personnel for the year 1963 as
follows:-
FOR POLICE PERSONNEL
(a) Serge Slacks
(b) Serge Tunics
(e) White Tunics (short sleeve)
(d) White Tunics (long sleeve)
(e) Khaki Overalls
(f) Khaki Shorts
(g) Khaki Bush Shirts
(h) Serge Riding Breeches
(i) Serge Overalls
(j) Gabardine Suits
(k) Serge Suits
(1) Khaki Suits
(m) Serge Skirts for Women Police
(n) White Shirts for Women Police
(o) Mess Kits
(p) Serge Jackets
(q) Serge Belts
(r) Gabardine Belts
(s) Khaki Belts


[November 8,19'62






November 1962.1 THE AN'TIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 251


FOR FIRE BRIGADE
PEUSN ONNEL
(a) Blue Serge P;ants
(b) Blne Denim Pants
(c') Khaki Shirts
(d) Khaki Shorts
(e) iislh '1uinics (Khaki)
(t) Waist Helts (Khaki)
(g) S(,rge Jackets
(h) Khaki Long Pants
(i) Serge Tunic
Government will supply the neces-
sary material.
2. Tenders should be in sealed
envelopes addressed to His Honour
the Administrator and marked
"TENDER FOR UNIFORM FOR
POLICE AND FIRE BRIGADE
PERSONNEL". Tenders should
reach this office by noon on Thursday,
15th Novernmbr 1962.


3. Gov-rnmn t does not bind
itself to ;ecept the lowest or any
tender.
4. If the delivery of uniform is
delayed for a period exceeding four
weeks after the date of receipt of the
material or uniform is unsatisfactorily
tailored, Goverment reserves the
right to cancel the contract on giving
one week's notice in writing.

By Order,
O. W. FLAX,
Secretary to the Administrator.

Administration Building,
St. John's,
Antigua.
2nd Novermber, 1962.
Ref. No. A. 60/25


RAINFALL FIGURES

Agricultural Department,

Antigua.


Month.
January
Feb.
March
April
May
June
July
August
Sept.
October
To Nov. 3rd


1958 1959 1960 1961 1963
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
3.95 2.57 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
5.49 2.86 3.70 3,60 2.79
0.83 0.30 1.16 1.22 0.41

45.86 30.56 31.34 29.17 44.3S


Montserrat

SAVINGS BANK

Revenue and Expenditure Account for the year ended 31st December, 1961.


Expenditure.

To Interest under-credited
at 31.12.60


,, Interest paid to Depositors
on Closed Accounts 31.12.61.
,, Interest Capitalised and credit-
ed at 31.12.61
,, Expenses of Management
Balance carried to Reserve
Account


670.62



488.81

16,559.65
1,200.00

8,111.32

27,036.43


Revenue.

By Interest over-credited
at 31.12.61
,, Sale of Pass Books
,, Interest on Investments


Account of Deposits and Withdrawals for the year ended 31st December, 1961.


'To Balance at Credit of
Depositors atl.1.61
Deposits received
,, Interest Credited to
Depositors


686,753.29
219,628.49

17,725.11


By Withdrawals
,, Sale of Pass Books
,, Interest over-credited
at 31.12.60
,, Balance at Credit of
Depositors
on 31.12.61


205,33S.94
2.16

44.45


718,721.34


924,106.89


924,106.89


To Balance carried to
Reserve Account


Investment Adjustment Account.



By Appreciation on
2,649.96 2,649.96 Investments


Reserve Account.


2,649.96 2,649.96


To Balance on 1.1.61


71,249.71


By Revenue and Expenditure
Account
,, Investment Adjustment
71,249.71 Account
S, Balance on 31.12.61 6


8,111.32

2,649.96
0,488.43


44.45
2.16
26,989.82

27,036.43


71,249.71






252 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSEiItAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [N6v1.)-r, i19o2
Balance Sheet as at 31st December, 1961.


Assets.
Cash with Treasurer
Iiivestmtents at Market
Valun 592,393.20
Reserve Account ([Deficit) 60,488. 43


)2.8 I G


Liabilities.





718,7i21.34 718,7. 21.34


There is a contingent liability amounting to $1082.31 in respect of tle outstanding aggregatee of
amounts paid in past years from Colonial lRe einum to iieet deficits on tie Revenue and Expenditure
Account .
In accor(dance with Secioni 11 of the Ordii;nct:e No. 5 o(;' 1938, the account of the Monse'rrat Savings
Bank for the year emiied 31; s December, 19(;1 hav- been ex:u-.ined under my direction. I have obtained
all the information ald exil;ni:tions I have required and I certify, as a result of this audit, that in my
opinion the above accounts are correct, subject t) ihe observations made in the report dated 29th
September, 1962 an. attached hereto.


I. M. TAYLOR,
Ag. A'rcouitanit.
25th May, 1962.I



2')th September, 1962.


F. SNrEraIMr.T
fin, lo lnrrra
Moms.(_~c rrat..


' E. A. PERKINS,
Financial Secrlear/.
25th May, 1962.


LEEWARD ISLANDS
Mon ts('rrat
STATEMENT OF INVESTMEN'IS Ox 318'' DECEMBER, 1961.


Description of Stock. Amountir of Stock. Actual Price. Market Value
on 31.12.61.
.. . . .. .. . . . . . .


Kenya 4Q% 1971/78
E.A.C.H. 4% 1972/74
Gold Coast 4j% 1960/70
Uganda 3SQ 1966/69
Northern Rhodesia 3j% 1955/65
Ceylon 3% 1.959/614
Australia 3% 1965/67
New Zealand 3%o 1960/64
Australia 4%/ 1961/64
5% Treasury 1986/89
3% Savings Bonds 1960/70
3% Funding Loan 1966/68
3% Savings Bonds 1955/65
4% Conversion 1964
5.o Conversion 1974
5 /% Exchequer 1966


it Consolidated Fund


a. d. s. d.
20,000 0 0 19,951 16 0
3.051 9 11 2,997 2 6
940 0 0 1,00 4, (i
S 6.51,l 17 10 6,,000 0 'J
1l.i1 0 0 1,025 13 5
00 0 0 683 11 6
4,941 6 5 5,000 0 0
S 1.803 16 4 1,830 18 11
S 359 9 0 354 1 2
8,551 16 8 7,864 8 10
9,638 8 0 11,109 12 8
S 25,658 7 2 21,549 5 1
1,467 13 6 1,462 3 5
39,871 16 0 40,000 0 0
192 9 3 181 16 4
9,248 16 4 8,870 19 0

133,957 6 5 129,901 13 7
* 10,000 0 0 10,0U00 0 0
!143,957 6 5 139,901 13 7

$690,995.14 671,528.06


12,01)






1,"04
34.i
71 5




1,9424
886
619
4,126
1,704
345
7,055
7,710
21,424
1,328
38,775
178
9,086


113,415 5 0
10,000 0 0
123,415 5 0

592,393.20


I. M. TAYLOR,
Aq. Accountant.
5th May, 1962.


T. E. A. PERKINS,
Treasurer.
5th May, 1962.
Printed at the Government Print ing Office, Antigul, Leewaru islar.s,
biy RoBERT LINDSAT, Aoting Governlment Printer.-By Authority.
19;2
jPrice 72 cents.]


Depositors

NOTE:


64-
62
82T
700-
87
88-
83 1
941-
96
823
80


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STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS


1962 No. 1085
CARIBBEAN AND NORIH ATLANTIC TERRITORIES
The West Indies (Retirement and Compensation) Order
in Council 1968

Made ,,, 23rd May 1962
Laid before Parliament ,,, 29th May 1962
Coming into operation ,,, 1st June 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
section 3 of the West Indies Act 1962 (a) and 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 (Retirement citation and
and Compensation) Order in Council 1962, aommence*
meat.
(2) This Order shall come into operation on the 1st June 1962.
2. The Interpretation Act 1889 (b) shall apply, with the Interprets,
necessary adaptations, for the purpose of interpreting this Order and tion.
otherwise in relation thereto as it applies for the purpose of inter-
preting, and in relation to, Acts of Parliament.
3. The provisions contained in the Schedule to this Order Appltiotn
shall have effect in relation to officers in the service of the Con- of Schedule.
missioner appointed under article 4 of the West Indies (Dissolution
and Interim Commissioner) Order in Council 1962 (c) who im-
mediately before commencing such service were in the public service
of the Federation of The West Indies, and to the persons holding the
office of judge of the British Caribbean Court of Appeal and the
registrars, officers and servants of that Court, being persons who
were immediately before their appointments to those offices-
(a) officers in the public service of the Federation; or
(b) officers in the service of the Commissioner having been
transferred thereto from the public service of the Federation,
as if the judges, registrars, officers and servants of that Court were
officers in the service of the Commissioner and their offices in the
Court were offices in the service of the Commissioner:

(a) 10 & 11 E!iz.. 2. 19. (b) 55 & 53 Viot. c, 63. (c) S,I, 1(i;6/1084,


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Provided that the Commissioner shall not give any notification
under paragraph 4 of the Schedule to this Order to any person who
holds the office of a judge of that Court without the approval of a
Secretary of State.

W. G. Agnew.

THE SCHEDULE Section 3

Scheme for the retirement of certain officers who were im-
mediately before the 31st May 1962 in the public service of the
Federation of The West Indies and for the payment of compensation
and retiring benefits to such officers.

PART I-GENERAL

Interpreta- 1.--() In this Schedule, unless the context otherwise requires-
tion.
"appropriate law" in relation to any person in the service of
the Commissioner means the law (however styled) that
governs the grant of pensions, gratuities and other like
benefits in respect of the service of that person in the
service of the Commissioner;

"Commissioner" means the Commissioner appointed under
article 4 of the West Indies (Dissolution and Intprim
Commissioner) Order in Council 1962;

"the Constitution of The West Indies means the Constitution
contained in the Annex to the West Indies (Federation)
Order in Council 1957 (a);

"the Federation means the Federation of The West Indies
established by the West Indies (Federation) Order in
Council 1957;
"officer" means a person who is in the service of the Com-
missioner and who, immediately before commencing such
service, was the substantive holder of a pensionable office in
the public service of the Federation;

operative date means the 1st June 1962;
"overseas officer" means an officer who is a member of Her
Majesty's Overseas Civil Service or Her Majesty's Overseas
Judiciary or who was on the operative date a designated
officer for the purposes of the Overseas Service (The West
Indies) Agreement 1962;

"pensionable emoluments means the emoluments that may be
taken into account in computing the pension of an officer
under the appropriate law;
"pensionable service" means the aggregate amount of service
that may be taken into account for purpose of computing
the pension of an officer unher the appropriate law;
(a) S. I. 195711364 (19571. p. 202).










"substantive holder" In relation to any office includes a person
serving in that office on probation but does not include a
person (other than a person serving under a probationary
agreement) serving in that office for a specific term under
contract, or on secondment from other public service;
"Territory" means each of the colonies mentioned in article I
of the Constitution of The West Indies;

"Tribunal" means the Tribunal ogtablished under paragraph 2
of this Schedule.
(2) References in this Schedule to any Act of the Legislature of
the Federation or to any regulations made thereunder are references
to that Act or those regulations as modified by or under the provisions
of the West Indies (Dissolution and Interim Commissioner) Order
in Council 1962.

(3) Expressions used in this Schedule shall, unless a contrary
intention appears, have the meanings respectively assigned to them
under the appropriate law.

2.-(1) For the purposes of this Schedule the Secretary of State Appeals
shall appoint a Tribunal which shall consist of a Chairman and three Tribunals.
other members selected in accordance with the provisions of sub.
paragraphs (2) and (3) of this paragraph.
(2) No person shall be qualified to be appointed as a member of
the Tribnnal if he is a member of the Legislature of any rerriLory or
if he holds or is acting in any public office.
(3) (a) Two members of the Tribunal shall be selected from a
list of persons to which the Governor of each Territory may nominate
one person.
(b) One member of the Tribunal shall be selected from a list of
there persons submitted by the Federal Public Service Association of
The West Indies.
(4), (a) If any member of the Tribunal is temporarily unable to
perform his functions the Secretary of State may appoint a person
who is qualified for appointment to act as a member of the Tribunal
during such period as he shall fix.
(b) If the member who is temporarily unable to perform his
functions was selected in accordance with sub-paragraph (3) of this
paragraph, the person appointed to act during his incapacity shall be
selected from the list referred to in sub-pfaragraph (3) (a) or sub-
paragraph (3) (b) of this paragraph as the case may require.
(5) The Tribunal shall have'and exercise such duties and powers
as are conferred on it by or under this Schedule.
(6) All questions decided by the Tribunal shall be decided by a
majority of the votes of all the members and in the event of an
equality of votf s. the Chairman shall have and exercise a casting vote
(7) The members of the Tribunal shall receive such remuneration
and allowances as the Commissioner shall fix,











(8) For the purposes of this paragraph-

Governor in relation to Territories other than Barbados,
Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago, means the Administrator
of the Territory;

"public office" means an office iil the service of the Com-
missioner or in the service of the Crown in respect of the
Government of a Territory, but does not include office as a
member of a Public Service Commission, a Judicial
Service Commission, a Judicial and Legal Service Com-
mission or a Police Service Commission ofa Territory or
any body with like functions established for a Territory.

PART II-PENSIONABLE OFFICERS

Special 3. In this Part of this Schedule-
definitions.
an officer's former office means the office in the public service
of the Federation of which he was the substantive holder
immediately before the operative date;

redundancy date means, in relation to an officer, the date
notified to him by the Commissioner pursuant to paragraph
4 of this Schedule and where such date has been varied, the
date last notified by the Oommissioner.

Redundancy 4.-(1) The Commissioner shall, as soon as practicable, notify
date. each officer in writing of the date beyond which his service:, will no
longer be required by the Commissioner.

(2) In the exercise of his power under sub-paragraph (1) of this
paragraph the Commissioner may, at any time before the redundancy
date fixed in relation to an officer, vary such date.

Date of 5.-(1) Subject to the provisions of this Part of this Schedule,
retirement, every officer shall, provided that he has not previously ceased to be
in the service of the Commissioner, retire from the service of the
Commissioner on the expiry of such period of leave as is granted
to him under the next following sub-paragraph of this paragraph.

(2) An officer shall, upon his redundancy date, be granted the
full period of vacation leave for which he is then eligible and, if such
period of vacation leave irless than three months, he shall be granted
such additional period of leave as will ensure that he is able to
proceed on that date on three months' leave on full pensionable
emoluments.

Special 6.-(1) Every officer whose retirement has taken place pursuant
benefits, to the list foregoing paragraph may, subject to the provisions of this
Part of this Schedule, be granted-

(a) such pension as may under the appropriate law be
granted to him; or







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(b) a reduced pension equal to three-quarters or any greater
fraction of that pension together with a gratuity equal to the
amount by which that pension is reduced multiplied by the
factor set out in Table I of the Annex to this Schedule that is
appropriate to the age of the officer at the date of his retirement;
and

(c) at his option, exercisable not later than three months
after his redundancy date either-

(i) an additional pension or a reduced additional pension
together with a gratuity calculated in.accordance with
the provisions of sub-paragraph (4) of this paragraph; or
(ii) compensation assessed in accordance with the provisions
of the Annex to this Schedule:
Provided that the Commissioner may, in respect of any officer
extend the period within which the option under this sub-paragraph
may be exercised.
(2) For the purposes of this paragraph an officer shall be deemed
to be eligible for the grant of a pension under the appropriate law
notwithstanding-

(a) that he may have retired before attaining the age
specified in the appropriate law as qualifying him for the grant
of a pension;

(b) that he may not have completed at the date of his
retirement the period of qualifying service required by the
appropriate law to render him eligible for the grant of a pension;

(c) that, being an officer on probation, he has not been
confirmed in a pensionable office.

(3) Where an oflicar who retires from the service of the Com-
missioner pursuant to paragraph 5 of this Schedlie is granted by any
government or authority that is a Scheduled Administration for the
purposes of the appropriate law both a pension and a gratuity, having
elected to received that pension and that gratuity in lieu of a pension
of greater amount, he may be granted (in addition to any gratuity
that may be granted to him under sub-paragraph (1) (b) of this
paragraph) a gratuity equal to the amount (if any) by which the
amount produced by-

(a) subtracting the annual amount of the pension granted to
to him by the Scheduled Administration from the annual amount
of the pension that would have been grated to him by that
Administration had he not elected to receive the gratuity
granted to him by the Scheduled Administration; and
(b) by multiplying the resulting amonut by the appropriate
factor set out in Table I of the Annex to this Schedule.
exceeds the amount of the gratuity granted to him by the Scheduled
Administration.










(4) (a) An additional pension payable underthe provisions of
sub-paragraph (1) (c) (i) of this paragraph shall be calculated at the
annual rate of one one-hundred and eightieth part of the officer's
annual pensionable emoluments for each completed period of one
year of pensionable service, and the officer may be granted-

(i) that additional pension; or
(ii) a reduced additional pension equal to three-quarters or
any greater fraction of that additional pension together
with a gratuity equal to the amount by which that addi-
tional pension is re duc -d multiplied by the factor st out
in Table 1 of the Annex to this Schedule appropriate to
tho, age of the officer at the date ol his retirement:

Provided that-

(i) the additional pension shall not exceed thirty one-
hundred and eightieth such parts; and

(ii) the additional pension together with the remainder of
the officer's pension shall not exceed the pension for
which he would have been eligible if he had continued
to hold the office held by him immediately before the
operative date, and retired on reaching the aige of sixty
years, having received all the increments for which he
would have been eligible by that date.

(b) Where the officer's total period of pensionable service
includes a fraction of a year, the additional pension payable in
respect thereof shall ba calculated pro rata in respect of the
completed months of service comprised in the fraction.

(5) Any award made pursuant to this paragraph shall be in lieu
oF any other award which could halv been made pursuant to the pro-
visiols of the appropriate law.
Oiocers 7. (1) The provisions of paragraph 6 of this Schedule shall
offered not apply to an officer, other than an overseas officer, who is offered,
alternative within two months after his redundancy date, an alternative appoint-
appoint-
ments. mernt on transfer to other public service, which is for the purposes of
this Schedule deemed to be either a comparable or a reasonable
alternative appointment.

(2) Subject to the provisions of sub-paragraph (3) of this para-
graph, an offic-r who declines an off-r of a comparable ora reasonable
alternative nppointmnnt in other public service as aforesaid, shall,
upon his retirement from the service of the Coinmmissioner. be deemed
to have retired as a consequence of the abolition of his office:
Provided that in lieu of any additional pension which he may be
granted under the appropriate law upon his retiremennt on abolition
of oltice, he may be granted an additional pension calculated in
accor, anc with the provisions of paragra;ph 6 (4) of this Schedule.-
(3) An officer who declines an offer of a reasonable alternative e
appointment may, in lieu of the adlitionial pension he may be granted
nuder the proviso to the last foregoing sub-paragph, elect at his










option (exercisable not later than three months after his redundancy
date) to receive the compensation to which ha would have been
entitled under paragraph 10 (1) of this Schedule if he had accepted
the offer and had been transferred at the date of his retirement
accordingly.

8. (1) Subject to the provisions of sub-paragraph (2) of this Comparable
paragraph, an alternative appointment in other public service shall, or reasonable
for the purposes of this Schedule, be deemed to be- alternative
.Appoint-
ment.
(a) a comparable alternative appointment, if-

(i) the annual pensionable emoluments of the appointment
amount to not less than ninety-five per cent. of the
officer's last drawn pensionable emoluments in the ser-
vice of the Commissioner; or

(ii) in the case of an officer whose former office is of a grade
specified in paragraph 10 (3) (b) of this Schedule, the
appointment is to an office of the same grade in the
public service of either Jamaica or Trinidad and Tobago;

(b) a reasonable alternative appointment, if, not being a
comparable alternative appointment, the annual pensionable
emolnments of the appointment amount to not less than seventy-
five per cent. of the officer's last drawn pensionable emoluments.
in the service of the Commissioner.

(2) An alternative appointment shall not, for the purposes of
this Schedule, be deemed to be either a comparable or a reasonable
alternative appointment unless-

(a) the duties of the office are generally of a similar nature
to those which the officer was liable to perform in his former
office; and

(b) the appointment is to an office in the public service of
the officer's home Territory; and

(c) in the case of an officer who was appointed to the public
service of the Federation on transfer from the public service of
one of the Territories, the appointment is to an office not lower
in rank than the substantive office which he held immediately
prior to his transfer to the public service of the Federation.

(3) (a) For the purposes of this paragraph, the public service of
an officer's home Territory means the public service of the Territory
in which he was born or was domiciled immediately before the
operative date and includes-

(i) in relation to an officer born or domiciled immediately
before the operative date in Barbados or in any Leeward
or Windwarn Islands Territory, service under the Gov-
ernment of any Federation that may be established
comprising those Territories; and


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(ii) in relation to an officer born or domiciled immediately
before the operative date in any Leeward or Windward
Islands Territory and whose pnsionahle service prior to
his transfer to the public service of the Federation
included service in more than one of these Territories,
the public service of any one of those Territories.

(b) In this paragraph, references to a Leeward or Windward
Islands Territory are references to any one of the
Territories of Antigna. Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat,
Saint Christopher Nevis and Anuuilla Saint Lucia or
Saint Vincent.

Conmi.- 9. Subject to the provisions of paragraph 25 of thib Schedule
sioner's any dispute that may arise as to whether an alternative appointment
rding in other public service that is offered to an officer is, for the purposes
alternative of this Schedule, either a comparable or a reasonable alternative ap-
appoint- pointment, shall be decided by the Commissioner.
ments,
Transferred 10. (1) Where an officer who has been notified of his rednn-
otfioars. dancy date accepts a transfer to the public service of his home
Territory and the amount of his comparable emoluments excteds the
amount of the annual pensionable emoluments payable to him
immediately after the transfer (being emoluments that may be taken
into account for the purposes of his pension under the law relating
to his service in that other public service) he shall be paid compen-
sation assessed in accordance with the provisions of the Annex to
this Schedule or the amount he would receive if he were entitled to
compensation under paragraph 6 (1) (c) (ii) of this Schedule, having
retired on the date of his transfer, whichever is the less:

Provided that no person whose former office was an office in
any of the grades specified in sibh-pi'agraph (3) of this paragraph and
who is transferred to an office of the same grade in the public service
of either Jamaica or Trinidad and Tabago shall be entitled to a
gratuity under this paragraph.

(2) Where an officer who has b en notified of his redundancy
date accepts a transfer to the public s vice of a Territory other than
his home Territory and the amount of his last drawn pensionable
emoluments in the service of the Commissioner exceeds the amount
of the annual pensionable emoluments payable to him immediately
after the transfer (being emoluments that may be taken into account
fur the purposes of his pension under the law or regulations relating
to his service in that other pnbic service) he shall be paid compensa-
tion assessed in accordance with ili- provisions of the Amnex to this
Schedule or the amount he would receive it he were entitled to
compensation under paragraph 6 (1) (c) (ii) of this Schedule, having
retired on the date of his transfer, whichever is the less.

(3) (a) For the purposes of this paragraph -

(i) '"comparable emoluments means ninety.five per ef nt
of the officer's last drawn pensionablh emoluments in
the service of the Commissioner;







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(ii) the public service of his home Territory has thn same
meaning as "the public service of an officer's home
Territory has in paragraph 8 of this Schedule.
(b) The grades referred to in sub-paragraph (1) of this para-
graph are Permanent Secretary, Senior Assistant Secretary and
Assistant Secretary.
11. (1) Where an officer (not being an officer other than an Deathof an
overseas officer who has declined a comparable alternative appoint- officer while
ment) dies while he is in the service of the Commissioner, there shall inBervice of
Commie-
be paid to his legal personal representatives or such of his dependants sioner.
as the Commissioner may think fit an amount equal to the gratuity
that would have been payable under the appropriate law; and
(a) in the case of an officer who has declined a reasonable
alternative appointment, an amount equal to the compensation
which he might have elected to receive under paragraph 7 (3) of
this Schedule had he retired on the date of his death; or
(b) in any other case, an amount equal to the compensation
to which the officer would have been entitled under paragraph
6 (1) (c) (ii) of this Schedule had he retired on the date of his
death.
(2) Any amount paid under this paragraph shall be in lieu of any
award that could have been made pursuant to the appropriate law.

12. If an officer who has been paid an amount of compensation Refund of
under paragraph 6 (1) (c) (ii) of this Schedule becomes, within two compeBna-
years of the date of his retirement from the services of the Commis- tkin p
sioner, the substantive holder of a pensionable office in the service of pensionable
a Territory, he shall repay to the Commissioner the amount of suoh employment.
compensation and, upon such repayment, shall be granted at his
option---
(a) with effect from the date of his retirement such addi-
tional pension or such reduced additional pension together with
a gratuity as could have been granted to him tnder paragraph 6
(1) (c) (i) of this Schedule had he elected, in pursuance of the
option conferree by sub-paragraph (1) (o) of that paragraph, to
receive an additional pension or a reduced additional pension
together with a gratuity; or
(b) an amount equal to such compensation as he would have
been entitled to under paragraph 10 of this Schedule, if he had
on the date of his retirement from the service of the Commissioner
accepted a transfer to other public service.

PART III OTHER OFFICERS

18. In this Part of this Schedule, "contract officer" means a Special
person in the service of the Commissioner who, immediately before definition.
the operative date, wasserving in the public service of the Federation
under a written contract for a specified period of not less than two
years but does not include a person serving under a probationary
agreement.








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contract 14. (1) Whors the appointment of a contract officer is termi-
officers- nated by the Commissioner as a result of the dissolution of the
rtermi Federation, lie shall be entitled to-
rights.
(a) where the contract provides that a gratuity shall be pay-
able at fixed intervals or on the completion of the officer's
engagement, an amount in respect of accrued gratuity calculated
at the rate specified in the contract in respect of the completed
period of the enpggement and the period of vacation leave for
which the officer is eligible on the date of the termination of his
contract; and
(b) a payment of salary in respect of, either-
(i) such period of vacation leave for which the officer is
eligible on the date of the termination of his contract in
respect of the completed period of his engagement; or
(ii) a period of three months,
whichever is the greater: and
(,) a compensatory gratuity equal to one-twelfth of one
month's emoluments in respect of each complete month of the
unexpired term of his engagement.

(2) Any gratuity payable to a contract officer under sub-paragraph
(1) (c) of this paragraph shall be in lieu of any notice or any sum pay-
able (otherwise than under this paragraph) in lieu of notice in respect
of the termination of his contact, and an officer to whom sub-
paragraph (i) of this paragraph applies shall within one month after
receiving notice of the termination of his contract elect whether to
receive the sum so payable or the gratuity payable under this
paragraph.

(3) For the purposes of this paragraph-
'' one month's emoluments" means the amount of one month's
salary under the officer's contract and, in the case of an officer who
is a designated officer for the purposes of the Overseas Service (The
West Indies) Agreement 1962, includes by way of addition thereto
one month's inducement allowance payable in pursuance of that
Agreement.
unexpired term of an officer's engagement" includes such
period of vacation leave as the officer is eligible for on the date of the
termination of his contract.

Non- 16. Where the appointment of a person who is the substantive
pensionable holder of a non-pensionable office in the service of the Conmmissioner
officers. is terminated by the Commissiioner as a result of the dissolution of
the Federation, he shall he entitle to recr-iv a compensatory grant
equal to one half of a month's salary for each completed period of
twelve month's service under the Government of the Federation and
under the Commissioner:

Provide I that where such a person's total p-riod of such service
includes a fraction of a year, the grant payable in respect thereof shall
be computed pro rata in respect of the completed months of service
comprised in the fraction.






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16.-(1) Subject to snl-paragraph (3) of this paragraph, where Other public
the engagement of a person to whom this paragraph applies, other servants.
than a person referred. to in the next following sub-paragraph, is
terminated by the Commissioner as a result of the dissolution of the
Federation, he shall be entitled to receive a compensatory grant
equal to'one half of a month's salary for each year of his continuous
Federal service:
Provided that where an officer's total period of such service
includes a fraction of a year, the grant payable in respect thereof
shall be computed pro rata in respect of the completed months of
service comprised in the fraction.
(2) Subject to sub-paragraph (3) of this paragraph, where the
engagement of a person to whom this paragraph applies and who is
on the staff of the Commission in the United Kingdom for The West
Indies, British Guiana and British Honduras, the Commission in
Canada for The West Indies, British Guiana and British Honduras,
or the Students Liaison Office in the United .States of America is
terminated by the Commissioner as a result of the dissolution of the
Federation, he shall be entitled to receive-
(i) if he has, on the date of the termination of his engmge-
ment, had Federal service of less than four years'
duration, a compensatory grant equal to one half of a
month's salary for eaich year of his continuous Federal
service;
(ii) if he has, on the date of the termination of his engage-
ment, had Federal service of more than four years'
duration, a compensatory grant equal to one month's
salary for each year of his continuous Federal service.
(3) A person shall not he entitled to any compensatory grant
under this, paragraph if he has been offered, after the operative date
and before his engagement has been terminated by the Commissioner,
a corresponding appointment in the public service of-
(a) any Territory; or
(b) British Guiana; or
(c) British Honduras; or
(d) any Federation that may be established comprising
some or all of the Territories.

(4) (a) For the purposes of this paragraph, Federal service means
service in the public service of the F(-deration and includes-
(i) such period of service as could, under section 2 (2) of
the Pensions Act 1958 of The West Indies (including
any amend.nients thereto) as in force immediately before
the operative date, be taken inte account in relation to a
pensionsionablo officer, as if it were service in
a pensionable office in the public service of the
Federation, and

(ii) service under the Commissioner.










(b) Fur the purposes of sub-paragraph (3) of this paragraph,
an appointment shall not.be deemed to be a corresponding
appointment unless-

(i) the salary attached thereto is not less than the salary to
which the officer was entitled immediately before the
operative date; and

(ii) it is a condition of the appointment that the officer will
be stationed in the same country as that in which he
was stationed immediately before the operative date.

(5) This paragraph applies to any person in the service of the
Commissioner, other than a contract officer or a person who is the
substantive holder of a pensionable or a non-pensionable office, who
has had Federal service of not less than one year's duration.

PART IV-MILITARY PERSONNEL


Special 17. In this Part of this Schedule-
definitions.
"commission on equivalent terms" means a commission in a
rank not lower than that held by the officer, and at a rate
of pay no less than that in issue to the officer, immediately
before the revocation of his commission;

"Defence Act" means the Defence Act 1958 of The West Indies
(including any amendments thereto) as in force immediately
before the operative date, but subject to the provisions of
paragraph 1 (2) of this Schedule;

"Defence (Retired Pay, Pensions antl Other Grants) Regulations
1958 means the regulation contained in Schedule 5 to the
Defence Act, as in force immediately before the operative
date, but subject to the provisions of paragraph 1 (2) of
this Schedule;

home Territory means the Territory in which the officer or
soldier, as the case may be, was born or was domiciled
immediately before the revocation of the officer's commis-
sion, or the soldier's discharge, as the case may be;

"officer menns a person who, immediately before the operative
date, held a commission in the West India Regiment granted
under section 8 (1) (a) of the Defence Act;

Opportunity to enlist on equivalent terms means enlistment
in a rank not lower than that held by the soldier, and at
a rate of pay no le'is than that in issue to the soldier,
immediately before his discharge:

"soldier" mrnans a person who, before the operative date, had
enlisted in the West Ifndia Regiment and whose current
term of colour service was, immediately before that date,
incomplete.


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18. Every officer who retires by reason of the revocation of his Officers.
commission in the West India Regiment as a consequence of the
disbanding of the Regiment may, subject to the provisions of this
Part of this Schedule, be granted-
(i) retired pay as if he had retired in the circumstances
mentioned in regulation 17 of the Defence (Retired Pay,
Pensions and Other Grants) Regulations 1958;
(ii) a terminal grant calculated in accordance with the
provisions of regulation 20 (1) of the Defence (Retired
Pay, Pensions and Other Grants) Regulations 1958; and
(iii) compensation to be determined by the Commissioner
after consultation with the Government Actuary of the
United Kingdom.
19.-(1) A soldier who is discharged as a consequence of the Soldiers.
disbanding of the West India Regiment may, subject to the provisions
of this Part of this Schedule, be granted a gratuity 'under and in
accordance with the provisions of regulation 28 (a) of the Defence
(Retired Pay, Pensions and Other Grants) Regulations 1958 notwith-
standing that his period of reckonable service may be less than twelve
years:
Provided that where a soldier's total period of reckonable
service includes a fraction of a year, the gratuity payable in respect
thereof shall be computed ,ro rata in respect of the completed
months of service comprised in the fraction.
(2) For the purposes of this paragraph reckonable service shall
be calculated in accordance with the provisions of regulation 31 of the
Defence (Retired Pay, Pensions and Other Grants) Regulations 1958.

20. Any retired pay, terminal or capital grant or gratuity pay- Paym-ents
able under paragraphs 18 or 19 of this Schedule shall be in lieu of derthis
any other sum which could have been payable under the provisions in lien of
of the Defence (Retired Pay, Pensions and Other Grants) Regulations sums payable
1958. under
Defence Act.
21.-(1) The provisions of paragraphs 181 and 19 of this Offers of
Schedule shall not apply to- comparable
military
(a) an officer who is offered, before the disbandment of the service.
Regiment, a commission on equivalent terms in a military force
raised by the Government of his home Territory;

(b) a soldier who is offered, before the disbandment of the
Regiment, an opportunity to enlist on equivalent terms in a
military force raised by the Government of his home Territory.

(2) Subject to the provisions of paragraph 25 of this Schedule,
any dispute that may arise as to whether-
(a) a commission that is offered to an officer is, for the pur-
poses of this paragraph, a commission on equivalent terms in a
military force raised by the Government of the officer's home
Territory;




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(L) an opportunity to evlib~i thA, is offered to a soldier is,
for the purposes of this paragraph. an opportunity to enlist on
equivalent terms in a military force raised by the Government
of the soldier's home Territory, shall be decided by the Com-
missioner.
Officers and 22.-(1) An officer who retires by reason of the revocation of
soldiers who his commission in the West India Regiment as a consequence of the
decline offers disbanding of the Regiment and who has declined an offer of a Com-
of compara-
ble military mission on equivalent terms ii a military force raised by the Govern-
servioe. m-nt of his home Territory, may be granted a gratuity under and in
accordance with the provisions of regulation 21 of the Defence
(Retired Pay, Pensions and Other Grants) Regulations 1958 as if he
had been called upon to retire on the grounds of the interest of Her
Majesty and not due to causes within his own control.

(2) A Soldier who is discharged as a consequence of the dis.
banding of the West India Regiment and who has declined an
opportunity to enlist on equivalent terms in a military force raised
by the Government of his home Territory, may be granted a gratuity
under and in accordance with the provisions of regulation 28 of the
Defence (Retired Pay, Pensions and Other Grants) Regulations 1958
as if he had been discharged otherwise than for misconduct.
Payments 23. Every officer who, by reason of the revocation of his
in lieu of commission in the West India Regiment, retires and every soldier
leave. who is discharged, as a consequence of the disbanding of the West
India Regiment, and who is eligible for a period of privilege leave
shall be paid an amount equal to the pay which he would have
received, if his commission had not been revoked or if he had not
been discharged, as the case may be, in respect of that period of
privilege leave.
PART V-SUPPLEMENTARY
Application 24. Where any person retiree pursuant to paragraph 5 of this
of appro- Schedule the provisions of the appropriate law shall, subject to the
private law. provisions of this Schedule, apply in relation to the grant of any
pension or gratuity under this Schedule and to any pension or
gratuity granted thereunder as they apply in relation to the grant of
a pension or gratuity, and to any pension or gratuity granted, under
the appropriate law.

Persons 25. Any person who, immediately before the operative date,
aggrieved was a member of the public service of the Federation, and who is
may appeal aggrieved by any decision of the Commissioner under any of the
to Tribunal. provisions of this Schedule, may appeal to the Tribunal and the
Tribunal may confirm, modify or reverse the decision of the Com-
missioner.

Modified 26. If the Commissioner, acting on the advice of the Tribunal
application recommends that in their application to any officer the foregoing
of provisions provisions of this Schedule shall have elfct subject to such modifi-
of Beh ule. nations or exemptions as the commissioner may specify and a
Secretary of State is satisfied that there are special reasons relating
to that officer why that recommendurion shall have effect, the
provisions of this Schedule shall have effect accordingly.









15

27. Any compensation, gratuity, grant or other lump sumn Gratuities,
(other than the gratuity or other payment referred to in paragraph etc. emnlpt
14 (1) (a) and (b) of this Schedule) payable under this Schedule fromtax.
shall be exempt from tax under any law in force in a Territory
relating to the taxation of incomes or imposing any other forms of
taxation.
28. All such sums of money as may become payable under. Sums pay-
this Schedule are hereby charged on the funds and assets of the able charged
Commissioner and shall be paid therefrom on the warrant of the funds,-
Commissioner. missioner.
ANNEX
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CALCULATION OF COMPENSATION
PAYABLE UNDER PARAGRAPH 6 (1) (c) (ii)
1. Compensation shall be calculated by multiplying the amount
of the officer's annual pensionable emoluments on the date taken for
cal:nlation by the appropriate factor, and the resulting amount or
eleven thousand pounds, whichever is the less, shall be the amount
of compensation to which the officer is entitled.

2. (i) "The date taken for calculation" means the date most
advantageous to the officer between the date on which he is notified
of his redundancy date and the date of his retirement;
(ii) "the appropriate factor" means, in relation to an officer
other than a judge, the factor obtained from Table II of this Annex,
or, in relation to a judge the factor obtained from Table III of this
Annex, that is applicable to the age and pensionable service of that
officer on the date taken for calculation reckoned in completed years
and months.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CALCULATION OF COMPENSATION
PAYABLE UNDER PARAGRAPH 10
1. Compensation shall be calculated by multiplying by the
appropriate factor the amount by which, in the case of an officer
who hasaccepted a transfer to the public service of his home Terri-
tory, his comparable emoluments or, in the case- of an officer who
has accepted a transfer to the public service of a Territory other than
his home Territory, his last drawn pensionable emoluments in the
public service of the Commissioner, exceeds the amount of the
annual pensionable emoluments payable to him immediately after
his transfer, and the resulting amount shall be the compensation to
which the officer is entitled.
2. "The appropriate factor" in relation to an officer means
the factor obtained from Table IV of this Annex that is appropriate
to the age of the officer at the date of his transfer reckoned in com-
pleted years and completed months.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR OBTAINING THE APPROPRIATE
FACTOR FROM TABLES II OR THIS ANNEX
1. Read off from the table the factors for the officer's age at
his last birthday and his-
(a) completed years of service,
(b) completed years of service plus one year.










II. Substract I (',) lijn, 1 ()i. 1;;Ld: thl difference by twelve
and multiply the result by the number of completed months of
service, if any, in excess of the completed years of service.

III. Add I (a) and II.
IV. Repeat steps I to III for the officer's age at his next birthday
V. Divide the difference between III and IV by twelve and
multiply by the number of completed months of age if any since the
officer's last birthday.
VI. If IV is greater than III, add V to III, if IV is less than
III, subtract V from III.
VI. is the factor required.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR OBTAINING THE APPROPRIATE
FACTOR FROM TABLES I OR IV OF THIS ANNEX
1. Read off from the Table the factors for the officer's age-
(a) at his last birthday;
(b) at his next birthday.
II. Divide the differefied between I (a) and I (b) by twelve and
multiply by the number of completed months of age since the last
birthday.
III. If I (5) is greater than I (a), add II to I (a), if I (b) is less
than I (a), subtract II from I (a).
III is the factor required.
STABLE I
Paragraph 6 (1) (b)
Age of Age of
Officer Factor Oficer Factor
35 ... 15.84
16 ... 17.99 36 ... 15.70
17 ... 17.89 37 ... 15.55
18 ... 17.79 38 ... 15.40
19 ... 17.69 39 ... 15.24
20 ... 17.59 40 ... 15.07
21 ... 17.49 41 ... 14.90
22 ... 17.39 42 ... 14.73
23 ... 17.29 43 ... 14.55
24 ... 17.19 44 ... 14.36
25 ... 17.08 45 ... 14.17
26 ... 16.97 46 ... 13.97
27 ... 16.86 47 ... 13.76
28 ... 16.74 48 ... 13.54
29 ... 16.62 49 ... 13.32
30 ... 16.50 50 ... 13.08
31 ... 16.38 51 ... 12.84
32 ... 16.25 52 ... 12.59
33 ... 16.12 53 ... 12.50
34 ... 15.98 54 and over ,,, 12.50


-r--x---~-----rc-















Age of Officer


16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60 and over


.I











."I








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TABLE II
Paragraph 6 (1) (c) (ii)

Factor where length of service in years is:-


1


.18
.19
.20
.20
.21
.22
.24
.26
.29
.32
.37
.41
.47
.54
.62
.70
.81
.93
1.05
1.16
1.27
1.36
1.42
1.47
1.49
1.50
1.48
1.45
1.39
1.32Z
1.23
1.14
1.03
.93
.83
.74
.65
.56
.47
.38
.31
.24
.18
.12
nil


2 3



.25
.26 .32
.27 .34
.28 .36
.30 .38
.32 .40
.35 .44
.38 .48
.43 .54
.49 .61
.55 .69
.63 .78
.72 .90
.82 1.02
.94 1.18
1.08 1.35
1.24 1.54
1.40 1.74
1.55 1.94
1.69 2.12
1.81 2.26
1.90 2.37
1.96 2.44
1.99 2.48
2.00 2.50
1.98 2.47
1.93 2.41
1.85 2.32
1.76 2.20
1.64 2.06
1.52 190
1.38 1.72
1.24 1.55
1.11 1.39
I099 1.24
'..86 1.08
.74 .93
.62 .78
.51 .64
.41 .52
.32 .40
.24 .30
.16 .20
nil nil


4




.41
.43
.45
.48
.52
.58
.65
.73
.83
.94
1.07
123
1.41
1.62
1.85
2.09
2.33
2.54
2.71
2.84
2.93
2.98
2.99
2.96
2.89
2.78
2.63
2.47
2.27
2.06
1.86
1.67
1.48
1.30
1.12
.94
.77
.62
.48
.36
.24
nil


5 6





.50
.52 .60
.56 .64
.61 .70
.67 .77
.76 .86
.85 .98
.97 1.10
1.10 1.26
1.25 1.43
1.44 1.64
1.64 1.88
1.89 2.16
2.16 2.47
2.44 2.79
2.72 3.10
2.96 3.38
3.16 3.62
3.32 3.79
AlO I 0 91


3.98
3.99
3.95
3.86
3.70
3.51
3.29
3.03
2.75
2.48
2.22
1.98
1.73
1.49
1.25
1.02
.82
.64
.48
.32
nil


7







.72
.78
.86
.97
1.10
1.24
1.41
1.61
1.84
2.12
S2.43
2.78
3 14
3.49
3.81
4.07
4.27
4.40
4.47
4.49
S4.45
4.34
4.17
3.95
3.70
3.41
3.10
2.79
2.50
2.22
1.94
1.67
1.40
1.15
.93
.72
.54
.36
nil


8








.87
.96
1.08
1.22
1.38
1.57
1.79
2.05
2.35
2.70
3.09
3.49
3.88
4.23
4.52
4.74
4.89
4.97
4.99
4.94
482
4.63
4.39
4.11
3.79
3.44
3.10
2.78
2.47
2.16
1.86
1.56
1.28
1.03
.80
.60
.40
nil


i ,I




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TABLE III
_____Paragraph 6 (1) (c) (iii)


Age of Judge



50 .. ...
51 ......
52
53 ...
54 ...
55
56 .....
57
58 ...
59 ......
60 ...
61 ......
62 ...
63 ....
64 ...
65 and over


Factor where length of service is:


2 years

1.97
1.86
1.76
1.65
1.54
1.42
1.30
1.17
1.04
.90
.76
.62
.48
.33
.19
nil


3 years 4 years

2.96 3.94
2.80 3.73
2.63 3.51
2.47 3.30
2.30 3.07
2.13 2.84
S1.94 2.59
1.75 2.34
1.55 2.07
1.35 1.80
1.14 1.52
.92 1.23
.71 .95
.50 .66
.29 .38
nil nil


5 years
or more
4.93
4.66
4.39
4.12
3.84
3.55
3.24
2.92
2.59
2.25
1.90
1.54
1.19
.83
.48
nil


TABLE IV
Paragraph 10


Age
30 and below
31 ...
32 ...
33 ... ...
34 ...
35 ..
36 ...
37 ...
38
39 ...


Factor
... 5.00
5.08
5.21
... 5.47
... 5.90
S 6.56
... 7.44
... 8.10
... 8.53
... 8.79


Age Factor
40 ... ... ... 8.92
41 ... ... ... 9.00
42 ... ... ... 8.92
43 ... ... ... 8.77
44 ... ... ... 8.40
45 ... ... ... 7.61
46 ... ... ... 6.39
47 ... ... ... 5.60
48 ... ... ... 5.23
49 ... ... ... 5.08
50 and over ... 5.00


EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This Note is not part of the Order, but is intended to indicate its
general purport.)
This Order makes provision for the retirement of and the payment of
compensation and retiring benefits to certain officers in the public service of the
Federation of the West Indies.

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CARIBBEAN AND NORTH ATLANTIC TERRITORIES
The West Indies (Retirement and Compensation)
(Amendment) Order in Council 1962
Made ...... ...... 23rd July 1962
Laid before Parliament 27th July 1962
Coming in to operation 28th July 1962
At the Court at Bnckingham Palace, the 23rd day of July 1962

Present.
The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Counoil
Her Majesty, hy virtue of the powers conferred upon Her
by section 3 of the West Indies Act, 1962 (a) and 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 Oitationand
(Retirement and Compensation) (Amendment) Order in c"mence.
Council 1962.

(2) This Order shall come into operation on 28th July
1962.

2. The West Indies (Retirer ent and Compensation) -Amendment
Order in Council 1962(b) shall have effect as if when IndiesRetire-
originally made there had been inserted in the Schedule to ment nd
that Order-- Compensation)
that Order- Order inS
Council 1962.
(a) immediately after paragraph 21 (1) (b) the
following sub-paragraph:-

(c) nny other officer or soldier who, as a
consequence of the disbanding of the Regiment,
accepts a commission or is enlisted in the British
Army or in a military force raised by the Govern-
ment of Jamaica or the Government of Trinidad
and Tobago"; and

(a) 10 & 11 lizs. 2. c. 19. (b) S.I. 196211085 (1962 II, p. 1232),










(b) immediately after paragraph 28 the following
proviso:-

Provided that nothing in this paragraph
shall require the payment of any amount in
respect of any period of privilege leave for which
the officer or soldier may be eligible at the date of
his retirement or discharge from the West India
Regiment if, as a consequence of the disbanding oi
the Regiment, the officer or soldier, as the case
may be, accepts 'a commission or is enlisted in the
British Army or in a military force raised by the
Government of Jamaica or the Government of
Trinidad and Tobago.

W. G. Agnew.

EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This Note is not part of the Order, but is intended to indicate
its general purport.)
This Order makes two amendments to the West Indies (Retire-
menL and Compensation) Order in Council 1962, both dealing with
pay, grants and gratuities payable to military personnel in con-
sequence of the disbandment of the West India Regiment.


















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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1962, No. 20.


THE DISINFESTATION OF FOOD REGULATIONS, 1962, DATED
22ND OCTOBIlR 1962, MADE BY THE CENTRAL BOARD OF
HEALTH UNDER SECTION 57 OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH
ORDINANCE, 1956 (No. 34 OF 1956).


[Gazetted 8th November 1962.1

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Storttitle.
Disenfestation of Food Regulations, 1962.


2. In these Regulations-

"food" means any article used as food or
drink for human consumption, other
thwn drugs or water; and includes any
substance which ordinarily enters into,
or is used in, the composition or prepara-
tion of, human food, and any flavouring
matter and condiment which could be
used in the composition or preparation of
food;
"infestation" means the presence of rats,
mice, insects or mites in numbers or
under conditions which involve an
immediate or potential risk of danger to
health; ind in feTed" shall be con-
strued accordingl ..

3. (1) The Medical Officer of Henlth or
any health inspector may-

(,) enter any warehouse or place in which
any food is stored or kept for the purl ose
of ascertaining whether such food is
infested.
(b) detain such food, if infestation is found
to be present.


Interprt ta-
tion.


Powers of
Medical
Officer of
Health or
public health
inspf actor with
regard to
inspection,
detention and
disinfestation
of food.









Infested food 4. No person shall remove any food which
to be disin-
fested before has been found to be infested from any warehouse
removal, or storage place until such food has been disinfested
to the satisfaction of a public health inspector.
Charge by 5. Where the Board is required by the
Board for
disinfestation. owner of any infested food to carry out the
disinfestation of such food, the charge for such
service shall be $3.00 per ton or part of a ton, of
any food disinfested.
Penalty 6. Any person who contravenes the provi-
sions of regulation 4 of these Regulations shall be
guilty of an offence and shall be liable on summary
conviction to a fine not exceeding two hundred and
fifty dollars.

Made by the Central Board of Health this 18th day
of July, 1962.
K. H. UTTLEY,
Chairman

Approved by the Administrator in Council this 10th day
of October, 1962.
E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.

Laid before the Legislative Council and confirmed thereby
this 22nd day of October, 1962.
E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.














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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1962, No. 23.


THE AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (MANUFACTURE OF WINES)
ORDER, 1962, DATED OCTOBER 31, 1962, MADE BY THE
ADMINISTRATOR TN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 3 (1) OF
THi AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE, 1950
(No. 9 OF 1950).


[Gazetted 8th November, 1962.;
1. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Short title.
Pioneer Industries (Manufacture of Wines)
Order, 1962.


2. The manufacture of wines is hereby
declared to be a pioneer industry for the purposes
of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1950,
and Wines are hereby declared to be pioneer
products for the said purposes.


Declaration of
Wine to bs n
pioneer
product.


Mn'le by the Administrator in Council this 31st day
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E. T. HENRY,
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1962, No. 24.


THE AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (DISTILLING, BLENDING
AND BOTTLING OF WIISKY) ORDER, 1962, DATED
OCTOBER, 31ST 1962, MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR IN
COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 3 (1) OF THE AID TO PIONEER
INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE, 1950 (No. 9 oF 1950).


[Gazetted 8th November, 1962.]
1. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Short title.
Pioneer Industries (Distilling, Blending and
Bottling of Whisky) Order, 1962.

2. The distilling, blending and bottling Declaration of
of Whisky is hereby declared to be a pioneer pioneer
industry for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer prid0ut.
Industries Ordinance, 1950, and the following
products

Scotch Whisky
Malt Whiskies

are hereby declared to be pioneer products for the
said purposes.
&Made by the Administrator in Council this 31st day
c tober. 1962.

E' T. HENRY,
,c-flerk of the Courvil.


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