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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: December 6, 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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Volume ID: VID00378
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

Table of Contents
    Main
        Page 265
        Page 266
        Page 267
        Page 268
    Antigua, Imperial Legislation (Statutory Instrument), no. 1245 of 1962: British Caribbean Court of Appeal (Amendment) Order in Council 1962
        A-1
        A-2
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 17 of 1962: Appropriation (Amendment) Ordinance, 1962
        B-1
        B-2
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 18 of 1962: Supplementary Appropriation (No. 1) Ordinance, 1962
        C-1
        C-2
    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 2 of 1962: Appropriation Ordinance, 1962
        D-1
        D-2
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 9 of 1962: Price Control (Cotton Seed Edible Oil) Order, 1962
        E-1
        E-2
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ANTIGUA, MONTSIER

AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZ

publishedd by c/uthority.


ggs s ? VOL. VII.


THUNISDAY, ;ivri DECEMBER, 1962.


It is notified for general
tion tih. tlihe Secretary of
the Colonies, Mr. DUNCAN S.
visiting: Antigua from Frid
Decknml'r to Wednesday 26tl
ber, 1.;12. This is part of a
thb Carilibean. In addition t
meetings Mr. SANDYS hope
sornetliiii of the island du
visit. lHe will be accompa
Mrs. SANDYS.

Government House,
St. John's,
Antigua.
4th December, 1962.
Ref. No. ..C. 8014.

NOTICE TO SUBSORI

Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin
Gazette.
Supscription to The
Montserrat & Virgin Islands
expires on 31st December, 19

.Subscriptions are payable
vance.


Annual rates are:----

$24.00 per annum
Lee

$2;.00 ,,
Lee'


Wit
ward

Out
ward


All amounts should be made pay-
able to:-

"THE SUPERINTENDENT,
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, W. I."

COLONIAL OFFICE,
LONDON, S. W. I.
8th November, 1962.
MONTSERRAT

No. 194

Sir,

I have the honour to address you
on certain matters a proper apprecia-
tion of which I regard as being of
fundamental importance to the people
of Montserrat.

2. When a Ministerial system is
introduced in colonial territories a
detailed statement of the responsi-
bilities of Ministers is normally


informa-
State for
ANDYS is
lay 21st
Decem-
tour of
to official
s to see
ring his
nied by


published. The publishing of such a
statement was overlooked when the
Ministerial system of GovernnmnLt
was introduced in Montserrat in I 1;0,
and I feel that it may be of help to
the Ministers and to the public gener-
ally in Montserrat if I now take an
opportunity of setting out in detail t lie
general code of conduct which is
observed in the United Kingdom and
should, as far as practicable, be fol-
lowed by Ministers in the colonial
territorit s.


3. In hitting out the general
principi-s which should be observed
by Ministers I do not wish it to be
inferr,'d that there is any special reta-
son to suppose that the.e principles
have not been generally followed in
--- Montserrat since the introduction of
BERS. the Ministerial system of government
in 1960. Ministers are, however,
Islands called upon to deal with and take
decisions upon such a wide variety of
subjects touching upon all aspects of
Antigua, th- life of the community that it is
Gazelle likely from time to time that they
)62. may find that their public duties
affect or even conflict with their per-
s in ad- sonal and private interests. I con-
sider it desirable, therefore, both that
Ministers should be furnished with
further guidance as to the manner in
hin which this problem can be tackled,
SColony. and also that the public should lie
awar.- of the code of conduct which
side Ministers can reasonably be expected
1 Colony. to observe.


4. In the United Kingdom and in
the colonies generally certain -nusily
ideutiftiible foi ms of minicoiluc!. e. g.
the disclosure of official secrets and
corruption. are the subject of legis-
lation. In addition there is a code of
ethics prescribed by rules which have
been laid down by successive Govern-
ments over a long period. These
rules are based on custom and usage
of the Constitution, and any serious
infringement of them, even though
not punishable by law, would incur
the drastic penalty of dismissal from
office. The following is a summary
of some of the more important rules
which govern Ministerial conduct in
the United Kingdom:-
(a) All directorships held by
Ministers must be resigned except
honorary directorships, director-
ships in connection with philan-
thropio undertakings, and
directorships in private companies
which deal wholly or mainly with
family affairs or interests and are
not primarily engaged in trading.


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i4 01,100S.


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A similar rule applies in the case of
Ministers who hold olliuial positions
in trade unions.

(b) Ministers ought not to enter
into any transactions whereby their
private pecunliary interest might,
even conceivably, come into conflict
with their public duty.
(c) No Minister is justified, in
any circumstances. in using official
information that cones to him as a
Minister for his own private profit
or for that of his friends.

(d) No Minister ought to put
himself, or allow himself to be put,
in a position to be tempted to use
his official influence in support of
any scheme or in furtherance of any
contract in regard to which he has
an undisclosed private interest.

(e) No Minister ought to accept
any kind of favour from persons
who are in negotiations with, or
seeking to enter into contractual or
proprietary or pecuniary relations
with, the Government.

(f) Ministers should scrupulously
avoid speculative investment in
securities as to which, from their
position and their special means of
early or confidential information,
they have, or may have, an advan-
tage over other people in anticipat-
ing market changes.

(g) Ministers should not practice
journalism while holding office.
This prohibition does not, however,
extend to writing of a literary,
historical, scientific, philosophical
or romantic character.

5. The above are by no means
exhaustive, but they serve to illustrate
the manner in which, in the United
Kingdom, the holders of high public
office in the service of the Crown are
expected and required to conduct
themselves; and they are regarded as
"rules of obligation". There are, in
addition, certain "rules of prudence "
which have never been formulated
and which it would be very difficult
to formulate in precise or universal
terms. One of these rules, however,
is that Ministers should carefully
avoid all transactions such as the
acceptance of gifts of substantial value
from members of the public which
can give colour or substance to the
belief that they are doing anything
which the "rules of obligation"
forbid.




266 THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRIAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZEi'TE.


6. With regard to (a) of paragraph
4, I recognize that in the circum-
stances at present existing in the
West Indies it may not be necessary
to insist that all directorships in
estates or business must be given up,
provided the nature and extent of
these are disclosed to the Administra-
tor and he is satisfied that their reten-
tion is not contrary to the public
interest.
7. There is also the very impor-
tant case of Ministers who fer*l that
they are obliged to retain official
positions in trade unions. While I
readily understand that the close
identification of trade unions with
political parties in some of the West
Indian territories makes it difficult for
politicians to divorce themselves from
direct association with trade unions
immediately on their assumption of
Ministerial otlico, the objections to
this association are very strong. Even
if Ministers with trade union associa-
tions are able to avoid their dual inter-
ests coming into conflict, there must
always be some doubt in the mind of
the public as to the true position. I
hope, therefore, that Ministers will
take steps to disassociate themselves
from active participation in trade
union affairs and I naturally expect
them always to subordinate trade
union interests to the public interest
whenever these may conflict.
8. I shall be obliged if you will
arrange for copies of this despatch to
to be given to your Ministers and if
you will also arrange for its publica-
tion in the official Gazette.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,

Your most obedient
humble servant,

(Sgd.) DUNCAN SANDYS
ADMINISTRATOR
MONTSERRAT
File No. W.I.S 137/r29/01

No. 69
The following Imperial Legislation,
Ordinances and Statutory Rule and
Order are circulated with this Gazette
and form part thereof:-
IMPERIAL LEGISLATION.
No. 1245 of 1962, "The British
Caribbean Court of Appeal (Amend-
ment) Order in Council, 1962"
2 pp. Priee 7 cts.
ORDINANCES.

Antigua.
No. 17 of 1962, "The Appropria-
tion (Amendment) Ordinance, 1962."
2 pp. Price 7 cts.
No. 18 of 1962, "The Supplemen-
tary Appropriation (No. 1) Ordinance,
1962." 2 pp. Price 7 cts.


Virgin Islands.
No. 2 of 1962, "The Appropriation
Ordinance, 1962."
2 pp. Price 7 cts.

STATUTORY RULE & ORDER.
Monteerrat.
No. 9 of 1962, "The Price Control
(Cotton Seed Edible Oil) Order, 1962."
1 pp. Price 5 cts.

R/egis'trr's qffico,
Antigua.
4th DeUember, 1962.

It is hereby notified for general
information that Dr. PATRICIA M.
ROSE, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., of Saint
John's, Antigua, has been duly regis-
tered as a Medical Practitioner in the
Colony of Antigua under the provi-
sions of the Medical Act, 1937.
Registration Certificate No. 198 of
4th December, 1962.
0. W. JACK.
Registrar.

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


ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.
A. I. 1962.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that in pursuance of Rules made by
the Chief Justice under Section 16 of
the Leeward Islands and Windward
Islands (Courts) Order in Council,
1939, and duly approved as therein
provided on the 19th day of June,
1959, the Honourable Puisne Judge
selected for the sitting of the Court
has appointed the day of the month
on which the ensuing Circuit shall sit
as follows, that is to say:
The Antigua Circuit on MONDAY'
the 7th day of January, 1963 at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon.

Dated this 5th day of December,
19(2.

O. W. JACK,
Registrar of the Supreme
Court, Antigua Circuit.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA 26th November, 1962.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO
COMPANY of 150 East 42nd Street,
City and State of New York, U.S.A.,
have applied for Registration of One
Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing:-

TENNYSON

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


The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for 1I years
before the date of their said Applica-
tion.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua. Montserrat & Virgin
Islands 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.

Treasury Notice
It is notified for general informa-
tion, that merchants, contractors and
other persons having claims against
the Governinmnt should submit their
claims to the departments concerned
not later thau the 15th December,
1962, in order that payments may be
made at the Treasury by 22nd Decem-
ber, 1962.
E. G. K. CHALLENGER,
Ag. Accountant General.

24th November, 1962.
Treasury Chambers
Antigua.

INCOiME TAX DEPARTMENT,
LONG STREET,
ST. JOHN'S,
26th November, 1962.

WARNING

All persons who are in arrears of
Income Tax for any year up to and
including year of assessment 1962 are
requested to make payment, or ade-
quate arrangements for the final
settlement of these arrears on or before
December 16th 1962. failing which
there will be no alternative but to
institute legal proceedings for re-
covery of the tax as is provided under
Section 13 of 1957 as amended.
H. A. W. MURDOCH,
Ag. Commissioner of Inoome Ta.v
26th November, 1962.

Tenders are invited for the pur-
chase of one (1) cab, formerly attached
to A. G. 1153, the property of the
Central Housing and Planning
Authority, a 5 ton Austin 1955
model Nipper truck.
2. The cab may be inspected at
the Public Works Mechanical Work-
shop between the hours of 8. a. m. and
4 p. m. from Monday to Friday, and
8. a. m. and 11 a. m. on Saturday.
3. Tenders should be enclosed in
sealed envelopes marked Tender for
purchase of Ausjin cab," and ad-
dressed to the Administrative Secre-
tary Public Works & Communications,


[D~ecemb~er 6', 1962










December 6, 1962.] THE ANTIGUA M[ONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE,


and should reach the Administration
Building not later tha 11 a. m. on
Saturday, 8 December, 1962.

4. Government does not bind itself
to accept the highest or any tender.

Ministry of Public Works
and Communications.
26th November, 1962.


Tenders are invited for the supply
of the undermentioned items to be
delivered to Government Institution
in Antigua for the half-year ending
30th June, 1963.

2. All tenders must be addressed
to the Administrative Secretary,
Ministry of Social Services in sealed
envelopes m-rkled Tenders for the
supply of Groceries, etc." and de-
livered at the Administration Building
not later than 11th December, 1962.

3. Tenders should state quality
and brand of commodities.

4. Government does not bind itself
.to accept the lowest or any tender.

Groceries.

Rice
Flour
Meal
Butter (5 lbs and 1 lb tins)
Cheese (5 lbs and 12 oz. tins)
Fish-salted
Milk-tinned
Sugar
Edible Oil
Fruits-tinned (small, medium
and large cases)
Meat-salted, pickled, tinned.
smoked and cured.
Lard (Buckets of 251bs;
5 lbs tins)
Margarine (5 lbs and 1 lb tins)

Vegelables Imported.
Onions
Potatoes


Laundry Requirements.
Arrowroot
Molup
Blue
Sorda

Others.
Bread
Poultry
Meat-fresh
Milk-fresh
Kerosene.

Administration Building,

St. John's,

Antigua.

24th November, 1962.

Ref. No. S. S. 41/:6.


Tenders are invited for the Supply
to Government of its requirements of
cement of approximately 8,000 bags
per month for the period 1st January
to 31st December, 1963.

All cement should be delivered in
bags and the successful tenderer will
be required to keep the above quanti-
ties in stock in his storeroom and to
make deliveries therefrom in un-
broken bags and in good condition
as/when required by Government.

All tenders must be accompanied
by a certificate signed by qualified
engineers or chemists the effect that
the cement meets in all respects the
requirements of B.S.S. 12. This
certificate must not be more than 2
months old on the day on which
tenders are received, and Government,
reserves the right to demand such
certificates periodically and to reject
any shipment not meeting the requi-
red specifications.

Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.


All tenders must be add'- s'ed to"
"the Acting Administrative Sec-"
"retary, Ministry of Public Works"
and Communications, in sealed"
envelopes marked Tenders for"
"the Supply of Cement and"
"should reach the Administration "
Building not later than 4.00 p.m. "
on Friday 7th December, 1962. "

Administration Building,

Antigua,

7th November, 1962.

Ref No. A. 41/36-III



RAINFALL FIGURES.

Agrioultural Department,

Antigua.


Month.
January
Feb.
March
April
May
June
July
August
Sept.
October
November
To Dec. 1st


1958 1959 19i60
0.92 2.91 2.81
0.58 1.16 5.09
1.22 0.73 3.18
2.01 3.61 1.48
7.79 9.02 1.49
13.12 0.48 1.79
3.95 2.57 5.01
3.13 3.49 2.88
6.82 4.73 3.72
5.49 2.86 3.70
1.92 5.56 4.76
0.02 0.99 0.40


1981 1962
2.61 6.77


16.97 36.21 35.34 33.79 47.4T


267








2(68 TH il ANTi6 UA, MONT'EKKLAT & VIRGIN ISLAND IS GAZETTE. LDecember 6, 1962
51.\ i'T.MEN\T (OF CUII;:NCY NOTES ANID BRITIST CARIBBEAN COIN IN CIRCULATrON IN TIIE
Bai'risri CARIBBEAN TERuITORI1Es (EASTIMN GROUP) ON 1ST OCTOBER, 196'.


Notes.


Coins.


Averag(i: irtculation during August, 1962:-
B,-i:i:. -' ,ribl'en Currency
S>th'i)l isei : note


British ('*;!iibeau Notes & Coin in
cii'(ulation on 1st October, 1962:--
'Triniad & Tobago
Barbi Ios
British fGuiann
Grenada
St Vincent
St. Lucia
Donminica
Antigua
St. liirts
Montserrat
Proof sets of coins
Total British Caribbean notes & coin in
circulation on 1st October, 1962


9] A~;881 2


92,~ ii ,(32


4,81 ,848
4,814,848


39,892,055 2,211,921
60,(6(,225 685,175
29,:;17, 875 1,045,286
5,021,100 213,800
67'),0()0 114,325
1,224,000 142,275
2,334,400 122,725
4,384,300 166,100
789,600 141,125
256,700 26,100
-- 1,870

889,925,555 $4,870,702


Demoinetised Govt. notes outstanding on lst October, 1962:-


Trinidad & Tobago
British Guiana
Barbados


Total Government notes outstanding

Total circulation on let October' 196i2






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


$671,354
240,990
63,154

975,498

$90,901,053 $4,870,702


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


Printed ut the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leewnrd Islandli,
by ROBErT LINDBAT, Aoting (o rrmrient Printer.--y Authority.
1902


[Price 44 centt]










STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS

1962 No. 1245
CARIBBEAN AND NORTH ATLANTIC TERRITORIES
The British Caribbean Court of Appeal (Amendment)
Order in Council 1962
Made ...... ...... 14th June 1962
Laid before Parliament 20th June 1962
Coming into operation 21st June 1962
At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 14th day of June 1962
Present.
The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Couneil
Her Majesty, by virtue of the powers conferred upon Her
by section 4 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 British Carib- citation and
bean Court of Appeal (Amendment) Order in Council 1962. co-nmence-

(2) This Order shall come into operation on 21st June
1962.

2. Article 3 of the British Caribbean Court of Appeal Amendment
Order in Council 1962 (b) is amended by the deletion of oArticle 3
paragraph (6) and the substitution of the following para- British
graph:- Caribbean
gP-Court of
Appeal
"(6) (a) The Commissioner may, in accordance Order in
with such instructions as he may receive from Her Council 1s62.
Majesty through a Secretary of State, as occasion may
require appoint any person qualified for appointment as a
Justice of Appeal to act as a Justice of Appeal:
Provided that a person may be so appointed notwith-
standing that he has attained the age of 65 years.
(b) A person appointed under this paragraph to
act as a Justice of Appeal shall, subject to the provisions
of Article 4 of this Order (other than paragraph (1)
thereof), continue so to act for the period of his appoint-









2

ment or, if no such period is specified, until his
appointment is terminated by the Commissioner in
accordance with any instructions the Commissioner may
receive from Her Majesty through a Secretary of State ".


W. G. Agnew.

(a) 10 & 11 Eliz.2. o. 19. (b) S. I. 1962/1086 (1962 II, p. 1247).
EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This Note is not part of the Order, but is intended to
indicate its general purport.)
This Order amends the British Caribbean Court of Appeal Order
in Council 1960 so as to permit a person who has attained the age of
65 years to be appointed to act as a Justice of Appeal.






























Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands
by ROBERT LINDSAY, Acting Government Printer--By Authority.
1962.
[Price 7 cents.]


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540-18.62.









No.. 17 of 1962.









[L.S.]


Appropriation (Amendment)
1962.









I ASSrNT,
1). J. G. ROSE,
Acting Administrator.
17th November, 1962.


ANTIGUA.

No. 17 of 1962.



An Ordinadce to amend the Appropriation Ordi-
nance, 1962.
f1st January, 1962.]

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of
the Legislative Council of Antigua, and by the
authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Appropriation (Amendment) Ordinance, 1962,
and shall be read as one with the Appropriation
Ordinance, 1962, hereinafter called the principal
Ordinance.
2. Section 2 and section 3 of the principal
Ordinance ire hereby amended by the substitution
of the words ten million seven hundred and two
thousand eight hundred :i.nd forty-eight dollars"
for the words Thirteen million Two hundred and
twenty-eight thousand Five hundred and forty-one


A .1
A'A .^


ANTIGUA.


Short title.





Amendment
of sections 2
and 3 of the
principal
Ordinance.
13/192.


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ANTIGUA.


Amendment
of Schedule to
the Principal
Ordinance.


"Commenoe-
mernt.


SAppropriation (Amendment) No. 17 of 1962.
1962.

dollars wherever the latter words appear in those
sections.

3. The Schedule to the principal Ordinance
is hereby amended by--

(a) the substitution of the figures
950,375" for the figures "3,476,068"
appearing therein; and

(b) the substitution of the figures
10,702,848" for the figures 13,228,541"
appearing therein.

4. This Ordinance shall be deemed to have
come into operation on the 1st day of January,
1962.


D. W. HURST,
Speaker.
Passed the Legislative Council this 22nd day
of October, 1962.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.



















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by ROBERT LINDSAY Acting Government Printer-By Authority
1969.


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No. 18 of 1962. Supplementary Appriopriation ANTIroTA
(No. 1) 1962.





SDEC 17 1962

[L.S.
I ASSENT,
D. J. G. ROSE,
Acting Administrator.
19th November, 1962.






ANTIGUA.

No. 18 of 1962.

An Ordinance to sanction payment from the Public
Treasury in excess of certain sums provided
by law for the service of the Government for
the year ending on the thirty-first day of
December, 1962.
[19th November, 1962.]
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the
Legislative Council of Antigua, and by the
authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the short Title
Supplementary Appropriation (No. 1) Ordinance,
1962.
2. The various sums of money set forth in Authorisation
the Schedule to this Ordinance amounting in all. t ar"1
to one hundred and seventy-one thousand two
hundred and eighty-four dollars being over and
above the sums provided for the services to which
the said sums relate in the Appropriation Ordi-
A nance, 1962 as amended, shall be and the same are

"7 9_








ANTIGUA. 2 Supplementary Appropriation No. 18 of 1962
(No. 1) 1962.

hereby declared to be charged upon and made
payable from and out of the public funds of the
Colony, and the Accountant General of the Colony
is hereby authorized and required from time to
time upon the authority of warrants issued under
the hand of the Administrator or the Minister
responsible for Finance to pay the said sums set
out in the said Schedule to the several services
therein mentioned as the said warrants may direct
out of the public funds of the Colony without
further order or formality.

D. W. HURST,
Speaker.

Passed the Legislative Council this 22nd day
of October, 1962.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council


SCHEDULE.


Head,


Service.


Amount.
$


E. 34 Colonial Development and Welfare
Schemes
E. 35 U.S. Aid
E. 36 Overseas Service Aid Schemes


65,284
100,000
6,000
171,284


Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua Leeward Islands.
by ROBERT LINDSAY. Acting Government Printer.-By Authority.
1962


[Price 7 cents.]


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No. 2 of 1962.


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I Assm=r,
W. STP. M. HANCOCK, 4
Acting Administrator.
30th January, 19

VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No. 2 of 1962.
An Ordinance to provide for the\services of the
Colony for the year ending on the thirty-first
day of December, 1962.

[1st January, 1962.]


DenIt.


ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Shorttite.
Appropriation Ordinance, 1962.


2. There shall be and there is hereby granted
to Her Majesty the Queen, for the services of the
Colony for the year ending on the thirty-first day
of December, 1962, the sum of one million,
one hundred and forty-six thousand, three hundred
and fifty-four dollars, in the currency of the United
States of America, to be applied and expended in the
manner and for the services set forth in the
Schedule to this Ordinance.
3. Such part of the said sum of one
million, one hundred and forty-six thousand, three
hundred and fifty-four dollars as is payable by the
Colony shall be and the same is hereby declared
to be charged upon and made payable out of
the General Revenue and other funds of the
Colony.


Appropriation








Sume charedd
on General
Revenue.


4. The Treasurer is hereby authorised and Paymmeta
required from time to time upon the order or how made.
warrant of the Administrator to pay the several
sums appropriated band in the Schedule
to this Ordinance to the several services therein men-
tioned, as the said order orwarrant shall direct, out of
the General Revenue and other funds of the Colony
without further order or formality.


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Appropriation.








VIaGT 2 Appropriation No. 2 of 1962.
TBLANDP.
Commen- 5. This Ordinance shall be deemed tc have
ment. had effect as from the 1st day of January, 1962.

W. STP. M. HANCOCK,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council the 26th day
of January, 1962.
J. M. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.


SCHEDULE.


Head Service Amount
U.S. $
I. Charges on account of Public
Debt ... 7,237
II. Pensions ... 17,411
III. Administration ... 83,790
IV. Legislature ... 12,931
V. Treasury and Customs ... 41,338
VI. Agriculture ... 53,500
VII. Audit ... 4,954
VIII. Education ... 140,699
IX. Judicial & Legal ... 24,193
X. Medical & Health ... 85,693
XI. Miscellaneous ... 24,621
XII. Police & Prison .. 29,297
XIII. Post Office ... 9,779
XIV. Public Works, Electricity
and Ice Plant ... 77,953
XV. Public Works Recurrent ... 137,910
XV[. Public Works Extraordinary ... 145,000
XVII. Colonial Development & Wel-
fare Schemes ... 237,272
XVIII. Overseas Service Aid Scheme ... 12,776

Total $1,146,354





ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Offloe, Leeward Ialands,
hy ROBERT LI DSAY, Acting G vernment Printer.- By Authority
1962.


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[Price 7 cents.]


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MONTSERRAT.
SDEC L
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDER
1962, No. 9.


THE PRICE CONTROL (COTTON SEED EDIBLE OIL) ORDER, 1962,
DATED NOVEMBER 6, 1962, MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR
IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 3 OF THE DISTRIBUTION AND
PRICE OF GOODS ORDINANCE, 1958, (No. 30 OF 1958).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Price
Control (Cotton Seed Edible Oil) Order, 1962.
2. Maximum Prices. The following are the maxi-
mum prices at which Cotton Seed Edible Oil produced in the
Colony may be sold:-
Wholesale:


per drum of 40 gallons
per gallon (in lots not less
than 10 gallons)


.... .... $3.76 per gallon

... ...... $3.80 per gallon


Retail:


per gallon
per bottle (26 fluid ozs.)
Made by the Administrator
November, 1962.


.... ... $4.00
.... ... .70 cents
in Council this 6th day of

C. McA. RYAN
Clerk of the Council.


Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by ROBERT LINDSAY, Acting Government Printer.-By Authority.
1962.


[Price 5 cents.]


420-12.62.

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