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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: January 17, 1963
Frequency: weekly (irregular)
weekly
completely irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
legislation   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Antigua and Barbuda -- Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
General Note: Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

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    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 1 of 1963: Consumption Tax Ordinance, 1963
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    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 20 of 1961: Windward Islands and Leeward Islands (Salaries and Miscellaneous Provisions) Order, 1961
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    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 13 of 1962: Juvenile Court Order, 1962
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ANTIGUA, MONTSERRI
AND

VIRGIN ISIANNDS GAZET

published by c/uthority.


VTOL. \711f.


Notices.


All) TO PI'IONEEIt INI)USTHI1E.


In pursuance of the requirements of section 3
(2) (a) of the Aid to Pioneer Industries ordinance ,
1950 (No. 9 of i.950) it is hereby notified for
general information that the Administrator in
Council proposes to make the undermentioned
Order under section 3 (1) of the said Ordinance.
Any person, who objects to the making of such
Order shall give notice in writing of his objection
and of the grounds on which he relies in support
thereof to the Clerk to the Executive Council on or
before the 2nd day of February, 1963.


E. T. HENRY,
Clerk, Executive Council.


THURSDAY, 17TH JAN\UARY, 1963. No. 4.


ANTIGUA.

STATUTORY RULES AND Ol1tDE1hS.


1963, No.


Thi Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture of
Wearing Apparel) O.-der, 1963, made by the
Administrator under section 3 (1) of the
Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1950
(No. 9 of 1960).

[ Gazetted ]
1. SHORlT TrrLE. This Order may be cited
as the Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture of
Wearing Apparel) Order, 1963.

2. DECLARATION OF WEARING APPAREL TO
BE A PIONEER INDUSTRY. The manufacture of
hearingn g Apparel is hereby declared to be a pioneer
industry for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance, 1950, and Men's garments,
Women's garments and Children's garments are
declared to be pioneer products for the said
purposes.

Made by the Administrator acting in accord-
ance with the advice of the Executive Council
this day of 1963.

Clerk of the Council.


It is notified for general information.
that Mr. H. S. BURROWeS was sworn
in at Government House on the 15th
January, 1963. as Acting Administra-
tor of Antigua by the Honourable the
Puisne Judge in the presence of
members of the Executive Council.

Governmemit HouseP,
St. John's.
Antigua.
16th January, 1963.
Ref. No. A. 13/194.


It is notified for general informa-
tion that with the attainment of
independence in Jamaica and Trini-
dad and Tobago t ie Austrian Federal
Government has decided to promote
its Honorary Consulate in Kingston,
Jamaica, whose jurisdiction also
covers the Bahamas, Barbados, Lee-
ward Islands and Windward Islands,
to Honorary Consulate General.
Mr. RICHARD KAHN, at present
Honorary Consul, has accordingly


been granted provisional reconanitin
as Consul General.
Administration Building,
St. John's,
Antigua.
3rd January, 1963.
Ref. No. A. 19/3-IT.

No. 3.

The following Ordinances and
Statutory Rules and Orders are circu-
lated with this Gazette and form part
thereof:-

ORDINANCES.
Antigua.

No. 22 of 1962, "The Supple-
menlary Appropriation (No. 4) Ordi-
nance, 1962." 2 pp. Price 7 cts.

No. 1 of 1963, "The Consumption
Tax Ordinance, 1963."
10 pp. Price 23 cts.


STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.
Montserrat.
No. 20 of 1961, "The Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands (Salaries
an' Miscellaneous Provisions) Order,
1961." 2 pp. Price 7 ols.
Virgin Islands.
No. 13 of 1962, "The Juvenile
Court Order, 1962."
1 pp. Price 5 cls.

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that the contract for the
supply of Asphalt to the Public Works
Department for the period ending 31st
December, 1963, has been awarded to
Messrs. GEORGE W. BENNETT BRY-
SON & Co. Ltd. as follows:-
CUTBACKS
MO 2 in Bulk 28c. W.I. per Im-
perial gallon
R.C. 1 in Non-returnable drums 46o
W.I. per Imperial Gallon.


14cI7








22 THE ANTIGUA, MONTf'ERIkIAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.r [iJainary, 17, 1963.


EMILSIONS

Colas in Bulk 32.50c. W.I.I per Im-
Sperial
R.8. 2 in Bulk 33. 5c. W.II gallon

R. S. 2 in Non-returnable drums
33.5c. W.I. per Imperial Gallon.

Minlistri/ of I'odlic IVr1T, ,U
a( l/I (omnoIii 'tfl itot0.1
Ref No. A. 5/i:'.

INCOME TAX NOTICE.

The Income Tax Ordinance
No. 13 of 1957.

Public Officers and Pensioners.

Any public officer or j-,isionier
liable to pay income t;x whose
income including that of his wife
consists solely of his and/or her
emoluments as a public officer or
pen ioner or other allowance from
public funds shall deliver a true and
correct ret!irl of his whole income to
the (,omntiisiif,,'ter nt later than the
31st lay of J unirn"y, 1963.

(Section ld and S.R. & 0., 1916,
No. 13)
Other Persons.
Every !,-person (including a coim-
pans) ;i;ale to pay income tax shall
deliver a truii aud correct return of
his whii t inlcomle I!t liter than t.he
31,t dly I Mlarehli. 19 3.

t^ectio,! SL and S.1. & 0., 1946,
No. 1.3)

Agents: Trustees: Etc.
Any prs.'-' o lia\iiin the direction,
control or imnagemeint of any
property or conc('eln, or being in
receipt of iicoiit (",t behalf of any
p-s'i, whlh r s- :sidenlt or non-
ire.idlit. :. a; '! trustee. cult"ii ,!;r <(r c,niiiitto.- s!!h lld
make ani deliver' to the (oilrnis-
sio)ln(r t r''titur' i il 1-t'specl (of s lcll
pro!,rt I.. :t. .i'n 1e income not later
than the 31-t dayv of March, 19..3.

(0'ctii 2, andi 30)

All employers (including Heads of
Gov.rnmt nt Departments, Building
Contractors. Alercliants, Estate Pro-
prietors, Steamnship Agents, Steve-
dores) are hereby required to furnish
the Income Tax Commissioner with
lists showing nmlino, address and total
remuneration of (a) their office staff
(b) all other employees (including
labourers, drivers of Motor Vehicles,
Suppliers of transport services and
sub-contractors) whose total remnne-
ration for the yrar 1962 exceed Five
hundred and f trty dollrs.
Section 50 (9') (a( & ().

General.

Any person may be considered to
be liable to pay income tax if his
income from all sources exceeds Five
hundred and forty Dollars.


ALi claims for deduction from
income tux must be substantiated by
the production of receipts or other
bona fide evidence.

Penalties.

Any person liable to pay income
tax h'I'o i:il, .le. or. lt r a
return within the Ire.-cribe.l period
shall be guilty of an offence against
this Ordin ance and shall he liable on
conviction to a pe -alty niot exceedingg
Five hundred dolhl s, and in default
of payment to imlprisonment with or
without hard labour for a term not
exceeding six months.

Any person who makes or delivers
a false return or keps or prepares
any false accounts or particulars
concerning any income on wlhiiih tax
is paya;ble shall i,.) guilty of n 2
offence and shall be li:t'il on
conviction to a ti e n lot e-' e(dilln
Two thIoumand tive V u1111dred dollars,
or to imprisonment wilh or without
hard lab',ur for a trnrm not exceeding
mix mont 101s.

(Section 74)

S b. MURDCHl
Ag,. tOn'itiss'itilf (, finrome 75'..
Antigua.
7th Janutry, P1:;;?.


In the Briti;sh C''(.aibbean Court
of Appeal.


Appellant Jurisdiotion.


PURSUANT 'i' ORDtiER 1 Rttle 4
(1) of the Fede(,ral Sopreme Court
(Appeal) Rules, No. I; of 1958 and
the British. Cat il)let; Court of
Appeal Order in (Council 196;2, the
Pr..-'deit of t[i, hiri:i h Caribbean
(Coi't of Aptpe,' ':is arranged f
.-:.,ie al ] ::tin;; .i -i i'riti lh (Jarib-
lso,'. n t (i A : i nm t*i)> Colony
(0! tiii; ; I,)to c .ln i .i' ol 'ilT hlllrs-
day the 3lst .;t6r;'y, 196:. at the
hour o, 10.00 o'lil. iln the forenoon.

Al]l persons c.nct'erni d are nereby
notified to govern ilithmselves accord-
ingly.

Dated this l14th Ilay of January,
1963.
By Order,

0. W. JACK,
lDeputy Registrar,
Br, Caribbean Court of Appeal
Antigua.


RAINFALL FIGURES

Agrioultural Department,

Antigua.


Month.


1959 1960 1961 1962 1963


To Jan. 12th 1.18 3.01 1.55 2.42 3.84


'iADiE d ARKS U,i'Fi(CE,
MOlNTSERRAT, 31st Dec., 1962.

CAVALLA LIMITED of 26 Hill
Street, St. Heli-r, Jersey, Channel
Islands has applied for Registration
of one Trade Mark consisting of the
following:--





n







int ('!iats 45, hlitd is to say, tobacco,
wlhetitiE iluii;f i i'urtd r unit anu-


The applicants claim that thert' Iias
been no use iof the said Tilade Ma.rk
in respect of the said goods in the
Leeward Islands prior to tlhi dlat of
this Application.

Any I)er' I a na;y within thir,-e
mitonlil tl o i date I lth iiirst
appearance ofi this Adverris Inlp t inll
tlt A tiu/on., _ieItserral. am/ ;'ir-
gin .ls,'and.s 6a:il/, giv. -''oic- in
nuloi~lIt' at tll,' Tui; e Al. i!:s; O ftic',
M'Joits, rr;(t, o'. op r, sition l ihf :-;iit
Truade- Mrk.
I]. A IiX !!,.B'a N.


T iAD),; \l\HIKIS O( 'l'1(E ,'.
MAMON'J'ERRAT, ;'it Jan'idairy, 1' 63.

1 O'M1 \NS 01" PA]1, MA LL
EXPORT LIMIT'UED of i;l:i I 'll
Mall, London. S.W.1. Enila ind. la;ive
appliedi for Ilh.rulrawin of one '1'raide
Ma;rk consisitiii, of tht f0lov"in' : -


* -'-. '-i__


in Clais 45. ri;. tobacco, whether
inanunItacturei or unillnmfa;l tired ".

The applicants have not nsi-d the
said Trade Mark in the Leeward
Islands prior to the date of this appli-
tion.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement ini
the Antigua, llontserrat, and Vir-
gin Islands (i.aette, give notice in
duplicate at the Trade Marks Office,
Montserrat, of opposition of the said
Trade M rk.
H. ALEX. BR1SOoN,
Registrar of Trade Marks.


T7N1~ 7-'T'711V WY ___7Ri~lm~


;11


i







January 17, 1963. ]


THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISDANDS GAZETTE.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,

ANTIGUA, 29th December, 1963.

LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO
COMPANY of 630 Fifth Avenue,
New York, State of New York,
U.S.A. have applied for Registration
of one Trade Mark consisting of the
following:-




PARKWAY

in Class 45 in respect of cigarettes.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said T'rade Mark in
respect of the said goods from May
24, 1962.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat and Vir-
gin Islands Gazette, give notice in
duplicate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigna. of opposition to registration
of the said Tra'de Mark,

O. W. JACK,
i-:,t;-,," ..;/ T::'dc M3;.rk.


TRADE MARKS OF1'ICE,
ANTIGUA 2nd January, 1963.
ROTHMANS OF PALL MALL
LIMITED of 64 a Pall Mall, London;
8.W.1 End'F!i: !v -p !icd for
registration of one Trade Mark con-
sisting of the following:-


-~ .. t : ~








--i


in Class 45 in respect of tobacco
whether manufactured or unmanu-
factured.
The Applicants claim that they
have not used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods in the
Colony before the date of their said
Application.
Any person may within three
months fram the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Mfontserrat and Vir-
gin Islands Gazette, give notice in
duplicate 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, 2nd January, 1963.
SPEIDEL CORPORATION of 70
Ship Street, Providence, State of
Rhode Island United States of
America, have applied for Registra-
tion of one Trade Mark consistingg of
the following:-

TWIST 0
in Class 14 that is to say xpas;iiioi
bracelets includii ng ..at'lch !raclet-.
The A plicants cliA.::n ih.at they
have not iusd thl said Trlde Mark
in respect sii i said l.ds in the
Colony bh for. thi d(:it oi their said
Applicati, n.
Any p,-rSon inay within three
months f10rom the !1:- of tbh' first
appe(.ir;a e'- f ihi ..L.i .tis-ine.nt in
the Antiua. .lMona:serrat and Tir-
gin Islandfs (afite._ i'e* i:ntice in
d(lplicari' at thIll 'T'r;'i, .[arlks Office,
Antigua. of opposiiioii to rgistatiion
of the sail Trade Mark.
0. W. JACK.
Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA, BRITISH VIBGIN ISLANDS,
24th December, 1962.
THE MENTHOLATUM COM-
PANY INC. of 1360 Niagara Street,
City of Buffalo. County of Erie, State
of New York, U.S. A have applied
for Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of tile following:-

MENTHOLATU MV[

in Class III, that is to say, chemical
substaiuccs priep,'rL' for u e ill imedi-
cine and pharmacy.
The Applicants claim that they
have used tlhe s:id Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for sixty-
seven years before the date of their
said Application.
Any p.r'oni may wiiin three
months from the late of tl- first
appearance of this Advortisin lint in
the Antigua, 3lontserral and Vir-
gin Islands Gazette, give notice in
duplicate at t11h Trade Marks Office,
Tortola. Irtiitish Virgin Isl:nlst, of
opposition to registration of iie -aid
Trade Msrk.
.1. D. RENWICK,
Regiisctrar of Trade Ml3arks.

Qffi'c of .4A4liinistratnr of
Unrt presentedd Esltatis
2ndr Jan tary. 1963.

In the matter of the Unrepresented
Estates Act, Cap. 23.
and

In the matter of the Estate of DAVID
JOSEPH, deceased.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of
the sale by public auction of one
chattel house forming a part of the


estate of the abovenamed deceased
and described in the Schedule hereto.
The sale will take place at Lot No. 6
on the All Saints' Road east of the
offices of the Central Board of Health
on Thursday 7th February, 1963 at
1.30 o'clock in the afternoon,

SCHEDULE.
One wn odce tenement 16' 6" x 22'4"
covered with corrugated gal\vanise iron
shretb situate at Lot No. i; i n thie All
Saints Road in th P;,'ish of Saint
John.
0. W. J.ACK,
Administrator of Uniri'j,'est'lnfed
Pasta ,(.
Ref. No. i 65/l;2 H II --II


TENDER.

enderss are invited for the making
of uniforms for Potty Officers for the
year 1963 as follows:--

In khaki drill for petty officers -

(a) tunic and trousers
(b) khakishirts with short sleeves
and pocket on each Ireast with
flap to button
(c) khaki trousers
(d) khaki shorts

(e) khaki overalls

In blue serge and cotton duck
for boatmen-
(a) blue serge juniper and
trousers
(b) blue serge trousers only
(o) cotton duck jumper and
trousers

Quotations should also be made for-
(a) blue denim overall
(b) blue denim trousers
(o) blue denim shirts
Government will supply the neces-
sary drill, serge duck, also badges and
official buttons for tunics. All other
materials are to be supplied by the
contractor. Prices are to include the
cost of affixing badges to tunics or
jumpers.
2. Tenders must be signed and
should be in sealed envelopes address-
ed to His Honour the Administrator
and marked "TENDER FOR UNI-
FORMS". Tenders should reach this
office by noon on Saturday, 12th
January, 1963.
3. Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
4. If the delivery of uniforms is
delayed for a period exceeding four
weeks after the date of receipt of the







24 THIE ANTIGUA MON'TS':iR..T & V11tWN ISfL.\XIIS GAZETTE.Jir1


material or uniforms are nnsatisf'i.t-
orily tailored, Government reserv-s t lie
right to cancel the contract on giving
one week's notice in writing.

BY ORDER.

0. W. FLAX,
Secrrtii'ry to the Admiii-isralour

Admini.stration Buildingi
St. JTohn's,
Anttigua.

28th December, 1962.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
ANTIGUA


Tenders are invited for the purchase
*,f three (3) used agricultural trltiiiErs
as follows:-
1. TD 9 lnlerlti;iional Cr;iwl'.r
1 '1'1) 6 Iltertiational ('riwler
SMiark V Fowler Crawleri
2. The TD 9 and tlhe Mlark V mr;y
ihe inwipectl-d at Ielviilelrec :1;iil Ihil
BTI) 6 at Creekside by arran.immelnt
with the Director of Agriculture.


3:. T'nlt-rs hiouwll be in sealed
nivi. i.. s inar ked "Tenders for
''':.:tuis and sihouni hep dressed to
the Administrative Secretary to the
Minister of Trade, Production and
Labor. Administrative Building, to
reach him not later than 31st January,
1963.
4. The Government does not bind
itself to accept the highest or any
tender.

Ministry of Trade. P'rehluction
and Labour,
12th December, 1902.


Notice to Importers

In accordance with th T'l'r.vle and Rovenuu Ordinance 1900, w "aunndrled Delos4its which reonltln unclaimed
after a period of three monthlin i'l be paid into General tiRvenite ;a luty payal,le ,n -odols ftr which iPrposit was
made.
The following deposits if not claimed by 31st Jaiitnury, 1.9'3, ,ia;ll Ib trAdiferreld to Revenue.


Importer.

1 Robert Smith
2 R. A. Weatherhead
3 Ash & Watson
S. R. Mendes, Ltd.
4 do
d(o
I' James Iyamn
Caribbean Beach Club
9 8. R. Mendes. Ltd.
do
11 Mohammed Dies
12 W. K. Chong
13 Tom Tannis
Caribbean Beach Club
15 do
S. It. Mendes. Ltd.
16 Carribean Beich Club
17 Clarence Johnsuon
do
18 Barrettos Stores
Carribea;n Beach (Club
do
20 Harprs, lbtd.
24 S. 1,,. Nlondes, Ldl..
26 A. Il. '. Antigaii. 1Utd.
0. ?>. (;oviat
;.h.s Aiij, I.t 1.
E. 0. l-';arari
27 Ash & W\tsion. Ltd.
Antigna Hugar l'actory
29 A..I.('. Antigua. Ltl.
31 Oaribbean I;Beach Clnb


Article.

I cis machines

1 (.t-.1*.tglSs
Li~zht house PIlnt1
IYJ1r95501'or pairtR

1) I-LA~ ful-11itttin etc.
S.18 M:iillsoat
2pkg.:. vl*-ctrodttls
it !AL.Wilk I br:ick(ts
S bal-s (I P. yvonds
10 pk., p. r~olnal (.fft-cts

5 (-,tt phlistiC services
4 cm dishes
Cult dg mn1:1chille
\WtAing illachillons. etc.
1'l ii tnibers goods
C. I. fitting gs
15 k .'J froz."n butter
C'oppfer wire. etc.
IBuilIding
1 i I*CI I :'U I ei icii 0(
2 liks i-leCtrofl;s
4~)0 idruiiti it-i 'alt
A 11.1 l1:part s
4-1:11~h pliotti films
12 cvi. gte;
1 c -increte inixer
tyro"a l andtubes
L aipha lt spr tyeir
9) pkigs e~levator uqlip,.


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


Date.
1962
Oct.


Amount.

356.00)
20.00
100.00
384 37
10000

42.00
').(i;()


420.-J'
94 ( j
71.00
I ;i.UL
53.00
88.00

M12.00
1 12.'00
59.00

229..(!
194.03
31.(.4)
40.00
181.00
24 00
1!92.00
68.00
400.00
560.00
77.00
1406.00

5844.37


[Janwiry 1,-, 196L9(i3.







January 17, 1963.] THE ANTIGUA, M:IONT6ERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 25
TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 19th December, 1962.
CARRERAS LIMITED of Christopher Mi:rtin Road, Basildon, Essex, LONDON have applied for Registra.
Clion of ONE Trade Mark consisting of the following:-




Carreras


S3;*





LONG SIZE FILTER VIROINIA J


in Olass 45 in respect of tobacco whether manufactured or unmanufactured.
The Applicants claim that they have not used tie 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 duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua, of opposi-
tion to registration of the said Trade Mark.
O. W. JACK,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

FRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ION'TSERRAT, 21st December, 1962.


CARRERAS LIMITED of Christopher Martin I~oad, Basildon, Essex, England, have
applied for Registration of one Trade Mark consisting of the following :


in Class 45. that is to say, tobacco, whether manufactured or unmanufactured.

The applicants cl:im that there has been n- use of the said Trade Mark in respect of the said
goods in the Leeward Islands prior to the date of this Application.

Any person may wihin three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertise-
ment in the Antigua, Montserrat, and Virgin Islanwis Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade
Marks Office, Montserrat, of opposition of the said Trade Matk.

H. ALEX. BESSON,
Registrar of Trade Marks.







26 THE ANTIGITA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [January 17,1963.

Antigua.

Savings Bank Statement for Quarter ending 30th September, 1962.


LIABILITIES.

1. Notes in circulation

2. Deposits
(i) Demand
(ii) Time
(iii) Savings

3. Balance due to-
(a) Other banks in Colony
(b) Banks abroad including
lead Office and Branches
outside the Colony


(i) U. K.
(ii) U. S. A.
(iii) Canada
(iv) Elsewhere

4. Other Liabilities


$
Nil 1.
2.

3.

;'27,489.05


Nil





Nil
Hi!
Nil
Nil

26,613.08 6.


754,102.13


A SSI TS.

Cash in Treasury
Balaceii due by other banks
in Colony
Balance due from banks
abroad and other short
cltim, byv us:
(i) U. K.
(ii) U. S. A.
(iii) Canlda
(iv) Elsewhere

Loans and Advances:
(a) Industry
(b) Agriculture
(c) Other

Investments
(a) Local
(b) Other
Balance
Reserve Account


$
6,111.99

Nil



Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil


Nil
Nil
Nil


96,000.00
559,317.74

92,672.40

754,102.13


8th November, 1962.


E. G. K. CHALLENGER,
Manager, Savings Bank.


BANKING STATISTICS: LEEWARD ISLANDS-
All figures in West Indian dollars.


Number of banks reporting :


4 (Barclays Bank (D. C. 0.), Royal Bank of Canada.


Antigua Co-oparative Bank Ltd. and the Bank of Nova Scotia)
Figures for the Quarter ended 30th September, 1962.


LIABILITIES.

SNotesin circulation
1. Notes in circulation


2. Deposits


(i) Demand
(ii) Time
(iii) Savings


$
5,259.20

19,314,437.66


4,848,028.92
2,338,325.71
12.128,(83.03


ices due to:- claims
drawn
(a) Other banks in the Colony 177,090.49
(i)
(b) Banks abroad (includ- (ii)
ing Head Office (o (iii)
branches outside tli (iv) ]
Colony 3,135,595.92
4. Loans
(i) U.K. 2,584,991.76
(ii) U.S.A. 253,233.00 (a) Pr
(iii) Canada 86,542.16 (b) Otl
(iv) Elsewhere 210,829.00 (c) Oti
r Liabilities $929,546.42 5. Invest
6. Other
$ 23,561.929.69

Net Overseas Assets held against Local Liabilities $3,628,288.00


ASSETS.


1. Cash


2. Balances due by banks in the
Colony

3. Bal;niis dulie from banks abroad
(inrlnmAing Head Office or branches
outside tliu Colony) and other short


such as bills discounted
on abroad


J.K. $7
J.S.A.
Canada
Elsewhere

and Advances
imary Production
her Industries
her Advances
nents


Assets


931,361.46

161,569.33




8,131,461.37


,779,235.80
271,437.57
80,773.00
15.00
12,407,057.42
3,608,484.80
2,958,682.40
5,839,890.22
44,898.401


1,885,581.71

$ 23,561.929.69


3. Bala


4. Othe







January 17, 1963.] THE ANTIGUA, :iLONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.
IN THE COURT OF APPEAL OF THE INWARD ISLANDS
AND LEEWARD ISLANDS.


Appeal No. 2 of 1961
Between:


ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.


LIMNUNo J. BLAZE
(Superintendent of Police)
and


AI.GEN GREEN
jBe/fre:
The Honourable Mr. Justice Lewis
,, ,, Mr. Justice St. Bernard
C. F. FRANCIS for respondent
Legal Assisrint (D. E. LAMBERT) for appelliani
JUDGMENT.
(SeptmlberI 10 and 11, 1962)


A",pellat


Respondent


This is an appeal from a decision of the Magis-
trate of District B by way of case stated under
section 180 (1) of the Magistrate's Code of Procedure
Act, Cap. 61 in which he dismissed a complaint
against the respondent who was charged with larceny
of 20 pieces of sugar cane contrary to section 4 of
the Larceny Act, 1944.
The Magistrate dismissed the complaint on the
ground that section 4 of the l;c:i Act which is sub-
stantially similar to section 2 of the English Larceny
Act, 1916, did not create an offence, but was a section
which dealt with punishment only and as his
authority for so holding he quoted the following
passage from the judgment of Lord Goddard, C. J.
in R Bryant 39 Cr. App. 11. 59 at pp 63 and (if, an
appeal heard by the Courts-Alartial Appeal Court
on May 9, 1.955:
The first thii,' to observe is that section
2 of the Lareenyu Act does not create an offence.
Larceny was always :!i offence at common law
The common law reeonised a very limited num-
Iter of (ffences---! think i bout six-anld !lrceny
was :il\ays one. Gra iualiy. as society got more
complicated, offense.- such :m s einh ezzli:ent,
larceny by a bailee, and m;iny others had to be
created. To take the offence of larceny byi a
bailee, it had to be made a statutory offence, as
the bailee's original possession was lawful, and
therefore he could not at common law be
charged with stealing. In just the same way,
embezzlement was mae a felony only quite late,
I think, in the reign oi George III, because the
clerk who received the money was receiving it
lawfully. The crime lie committed was putting
it in his pocket and using it after he received it,
and that had to be made a statutory offence.
Section 2 of the Larceny Act is, in fact, a
section which deals Xvilh punishment onl',, that
is to say, if a man is guilty of Lna-een y and
there is no other punishment provided by the
Larceny Act or any other Act, he is li:ible to
;five years' imprisonment for such larceny. It


is worth remembering, in my opinion, that the
words 'contrary to section 2 of the Larceny
Act, 1961,' are surplusage. If a man is charged
with simple larceny, he is charged with a com-
mon law offence and not an offence against a
particular statute. Byrne J. has reminded me
of Rule 4 (3) of the Rules in the First Schedule
to the Indictments Act, 1915, which provides:
'The statement of offence shall describe the
offeInce shortly in ordinary language, avoiding
as far as possible the use of technical terms, and
without necessarily stating all the essential
elements of the offence, and if th:., fence
charged is one created by statute, shall contain
a reference to the section of the statute creating
the offence.' Simple larceny is not an offence
created by statute; it is an offence at common
law."
"In ai practice point at page 7 of the volume of the
Criminal Appeal Heports L. C. J. Goddard. in
giving the considered opinion of the full Court of
Criminmi Appeal. commented further as follows:
That this was the opinion of tlmit great
authority on the criminal law, Sir James
Fitzjames Stephen, is clear from page 147 of
Volume 111 of his History of the Crimninal Law,
10th ed., where he said that the ,expression
simple larceny,' which first appeared in sections
2 and 4 of the Larceny Act of 1891, obscured
those provisions and had no definite meaning."

Subsequently however, in R . Bryant (No. 2)
40 Criminal Appeal Report 6, the Lord Chief J justice
gave an explanation on the decision in At. r. Bryant
(No. 1.) in the course of which he said:
We did not say, nor did we intend to say,
that in civilian courts the addition of the words
'contrary to section of the Larceny Act' is
improper, though, if all that is intended is to
charge a simple and not a compound or aggra-
vated larceny, these words are in truth sur-
plusage."







28 THE ANTI([GUA MIONTSMIIf:R AT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [January 17, 1963


We are of the opinion therefore in the light ,f
the explanation of the decision in I/. Bryant
(No. 1) given by Lord Goddard in 1i'. r. Bryant
(No. 2.) that section 4 of the local Larceny Act,
1944 does create an offence, and accordingly we
hold that the- magistrate was wrong in deciding to
the contrary.
The question that arose r.s to the nature of the
order which should be made by this (oumrt in view
of the fact that the appeal was from a dismissal
of the complaint.
The magistrate had heard the evidence of both
the complainant and the defendant andl had given his
decision, as he says in his reasons for decision, on
a legal technicality but he also stated that I found
as a fact that the defendant did steal the sugar cane
as charged."
It was contended by counsel for the respondent
that since there had been a ti ial and determination
of the complaint in the respondint.'s favour, the
position of the respondent's could not be affected by
the decision of this Court tiht the ineistrate was
wrong in holding that the section ulnmr which the
respondent was charged created no offerce, and as
authority for this proposition he referred to
Southwell v. Henry, a decision (o' ('hristi:in. Ag. J.
reported in the Leeward Island G.izette November
3, 1955 at page 18.. This decision was latr- fo l-
lowed by the same judge in the case of Southi'elr l c.
Murrain and JMurrain reported it pagi 1 i of lhe
Gazette. In So?,thcrell v. HenrY/ the learned judge
states as follows:-
SI am of the opinion that on an appeal
under Section 180 (5) as amended by Act
No. 13 of 1954, the accused should not in any
way be affected by the judgment of the Court
and the Court's opinion should be considered
as merely for the guidance of the Magistrates
in the future. This opinion therefore does not
affect the rights of the Defendant-Respondent,
and the judgment herein given should be con-
sidered as merely a guide to the Magistrates, in
similar cases coming before them for considera-
tion."


It is to be observed, however, that in this case
and in Mlurrain's case the judge was dealing with a
case stato d under section 180 (5) of the Magistrate's
Code of Procedure Act which empowers the Attorney
General by notice in writing under his hand to
require a magistrate to state a case on any point of
law, and, on receipt of such notice the magistrate
shall state such case accordingly."
In the instant case, the case was not stated under
section 180 (5) at the request of the Attorney
General but under section 180 (1) at the request of
the complainant in the lower court. In our view
this constitutes an essential difference between the
subsections aind may lead to an entirely different
result.

In our view where a case is stated under subsec-
tion (1) of section 180 of the Act, at the request of
a party to the original: complaint, the effect of the
appeal is the same, as though the appeal had been
by way of motion, and the position of the respondent
is affectedd in the even r of the decision of the appellate
Court being :airinst him. In this case the Magistrate
found as a fact that the respondent had stolen the
cane and would have convicted him had he not
wrongly been (f the opinion that the section under
which he was charged (lid not create an offence, and
in such circuinstancer it; would be proper in our view
to remit the case to the magistrate for him to give
effect to I:i.; finllilgsof fact.

The order of this Court is that the case should
be remitted to the magistrate to record a conviction
against the respondent and to impose such sentence
as he mia co-:side'r appropriate.
We desire to make it clear that in deciding this
appeal we inke ro observations as to the correctness
or otherwise of the decisions in Southwell v. Henry
and Southwell v. Murrain and Murrain.


P. CECIL LEWIS,
A. ST. BERNARD,


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6i R MER I' LINDSAv. Acting Government Printer,-Dy Authority
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S29th December, 1962.






ANTIGUA.

No. 22 of 1962.
S An Ordinance to sanction payment from the Public
Treasury in excess of certain sums provided by
S -. aw for the service of the Government for the
year ending on the thirty-first day of Decem-
ber, 1962.

S29th December, 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 aslfoll ows:-
1.*- '.:: .Thi Ordinance may be cited as the Sup- Short title. '
Splementury Appropriation (No. 4) Ordinance, 1962.
2 'The various sums of money set forth in Authoriatio '
the Schedule to this Ordinance amounting in all to ofepeandi-
one hundred and one thousand one hundred and re.
S firty seven dollars hbing over and above the sums
S provided for the services to which the said sums _
rieate in the Appropriation Ordinance, 1962, as atsia .
~i d shalll be and the same are hereby declared 1'/ ge"I:. ;


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AN'TITUA. 2 Supplementary Appropriation No. 22 of 1962.
(No. 4) Ordinance.

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 27th day
of December, 1962.

.E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.
SCHEDULE.


Head. Service. Amount.
$ A
E. 2 Pensions and Gratuities ... 23,000
E. 6 Customs, Excise ... .13,600
E. 14 Medical and Central Board of Health ... 9,100
E. 18 Electricity, Ice and Cold Storage ... 30.000
'E. 31 Miscellaneous ... 25,447

101,147












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Consumption Tax.


[L.S.3
I ASSENT,
D. J. G. RosE,
Acting Administrator.
7th January1l963.



ANTIGUA.

No. 1 of 1963.

An Ordinance to impose a tax on certain goods
imported for local use or consumption.
[7th January, 1963.]
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, auth-
ority of the same as follows:
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Con- Short title.
sumption Tax Ordinance, 1963.
2. In this Ordinance unless the -context Interpre.
otherwise requires- station.
"Collector" means the Collector of Customs
of the Colony, and includes any officer of
the Customs Department;
goods" includes all kinds of goods, wares,
merchandise, live stock, and all other
kinds of personal or moveable property
other than money;
importer" in relation to goods imported into
the Colony, means the owner of such
goods, or any 9ther person who for the
time being is possessed of, or is benefi-
cially entitled to any interest in such
goods before they are duly delivered by
the Customs or postal authorities, and


~No. I of 1963


Arsmi h*


risfcK:,





Consuampion Ta.


also any person who signs any document
relating to such goods which is required
by the Customs laws of the Colony to be
signed by the importer thereof;

"prescribed means prescribed by Regulations
made under this Ordinance;

"tax means the consumption tax chargeable
by virtue of the provisions of this Ordi-
nance;

"taxable goods means all goods, other than
First the goods described in the First Schedule
schedule to this Ordinance;

warehouse means any place in which goods
may be lawfully kept, lodged, or secured
in accordance with the provisions of the
81900. Trade and Revenue Ordinance, 1900.
Imposition of 3. (1) A tax to be called consumption tax ",
tax. shall be charged and collected, subject to and in
accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance,
upon the value of all taxable goods imported into
the Colony. Such tax shall be paid into the general
revenue of the Colony.
(2) The value of taxable goods shall be calcu-
lated or assessed, as the case may be, in accordance
with the provisions of the Customs Duties Ordi-
nance, 1927, as amended; and the tax imposed by
virtue of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be
separate and distinct from any other tax or duty
imposed by any other law in force in the Colony.
Bate of Tax. 4. The amount of tax to be charged upon
the value of taxable goods imported into the Colony
Second shall be at the rate set out in the Second Schedule
SohedWu to this Ordinance.

Alteration of 5. (1) The Legislative Council may from
Schedules. time to time by resolution-

(a) reduce, increase or alter the rate of tax set
out in the Second Schedule to this Ordi-
nance;


AxwoCs. 2


No. 1 of 1963.





6. (1) Subject to the provisions of this
Ordinance, the tax charged on taxable goods shall
be paid by the importer of such goods at the time
of their importation into the Colony, unless such
goods are-
(a) imported through the postal services; or
(b) lodged or deposited in a warehouse prior
to their delivery .froi the Customs for
local use or consumption.
(2) In the event of taxable goods being-
(a) imported into the Colony through the
postal services; or
(b) lodged or deposited in a warehouse prior
to their delivery from the Customs,

the tax charged thereon shall be paid by the impor-
ter of the gocds, before delivery of such goods by
the Customs or by the postal authorities.

7. (1) The Customs Duties Ordinance, 1927,
the Trade and Revenue Ordinance, 1900, and any
enactments relating to the protection of the General
Revenue, or to the prevention of smuggling, and
_ny enactments amending the same, and other
enactments (including provisions of regulations or
other instruments having statutory effect) relating
to Customs generally, shall have effect subject to
the provisions of this section and with such excep-
tions and adaptations as may be prescribed, in
relation to taxable goods, whether liable to any
Customs duties or not, as if all such goods were
liable to Customs duties and as if those duties in-
cluded the tax charged by virtue of this Ordinance.


AVTTt*A.


When tax due
and payable.


Application of
Customs laws.
11/1927
8/1900


(2) Where it is shown to the satisfaction of
the Collector that any taxable goods are being


I


No. 1 of 1963. Consumption Tao. 3

(b) revoke, amend, add to or vary the goods
described in the First Schedule to this
Ordinance.
(2) All such resolutions shall be published in
the Gazette, and shall have effect from the day on
which they were passed by the Legislative Council.







Consumptton Tax.


Declaration to
be made on
delivery of tax
free goods.

Third Sche-
dule.



Goods not de-
livered before
coming into
operation of
Ordinance sub-
ject to tax.


Penalty for
false declara-
tion.


No. 1 of 19 63.


ANTIGUA. 4


imported solely with a view to the re-exportation
thereof, after transit through the Colony, or by
way of transhipment, the Collector may, subject to
such conditions as he may think fit to impose for
securing the re-exportation of the goods, allow such
goods to be imported without payment of the tax.
(3) No tax shall be chargeable by virtue of an
importation into the Colony of taxable goods where
it is shown to the satisfaction of the Collector that
the goods had been previously exported from the
Colony and are in substantially the same state as
they were in at the time of their exportation.
8. Before any goods, not liable to tax, are
delivered by the Customs or postal authorities the
importer, or the person taking delivery of such
goods, shall furnish the Collector with a signed
declaration in the form set out in the Third Sche-
dule to this Ordinance stating that such goods are
exempt from the tax imposed by virtue of the
provisions of this Ordinance.
9. All goods which have been imported into
the Colony prior to the date of coming into force of
this Ordinance, but which have not been delivered
by the Customs or by the postal authorities before
such date, shall be deemed to have been imported
after such date, and the provisions of this Ordi-
nance shall accordingly apply to such goods.
10. Any person who makes a declaration
required to be made by section 8 of this Ordinance
knowing the same to be false in any material par-
ticular shall be liable-
(a) on summary conviction to a fine not
exceeding five hundred dollars, or to a
term of imprisonment not exceeding six
months; or
(b) on conviction on indictment to a fine not
exceeding one thousand dollars or to im-
prisonment for a term not exceeding one
year, and in the case of a second or subse-
quent offence to imprisonment for a term
not exceeding two years, or to both such
fine and imprisonment.








Consumption Tax.


11. If any person is knowingly concerned in, Evasion of
or in taking steps with a view to, the fraudulent tax, and
evasion, by him or any other person, of the tax in penalty
respect of any taxable goods he shall be liable
on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding one
thousand dollars, or to treble the amount of such
tax, whichever is the greater, or to imprisonment
for a term not exceeding one year.
12. The Administrator may make Regula- Regulations.
tions prescribing the manner in which the enact-
ments referred to in section 7 of this Ordinance
shall apply and have effect in relation to taxable
goods, and the tax imposed by virtue of this
Ordinance.

D. W. HUnrT,
Speaker.
Passed the Legislative :Council this 5th day
of January, 1963.

E. T. HianT,
Clerk of the Council.
FIRST SCHEDULE. (section 2)

Goons EXEMPT FROM CONSUMPTION TAX.
1. Arms, Ammunition, Uniforms and Prizes imported by
or for the use of Her Majesty's Naval or Military Forces, the
Civil Service, the Police Force or any Militia or Defence Force
or Rifle Association sanctioned by the Administrator, and all
goods imported or taken out of bond for the use of Her
Majesty's Naval or Military Forces on the signed declaration
of the officer, for the time being, in command of such Forces.
2. Articles imported into the Colony for repairs and
improvements and so proved to the satisfaction of the Collector.
3. Articles passed by the Collector as the personal
baggage of passengers, professional apparatus and workmen's
tools brought in by passengers for their own use, and household
effects not exceeding in value $1,200 brought in for personal
use and not for sale, and which have 'been in the use of the
passenger for at least one year, and personal effects, not being
merchandise of natives or others domiciled in the Colony who
have died abroad.


No. 1 of 1963.


8 AIQTGdta.









4. Articles imported or taken out of bond especially-
(a) for the use, furnishing, decoration, construction, and
repair of churches used for public worship including
ecclesiastical vestments and ornaments, on the signed
declaration of the head of the denomination for which
they are intended, or
(b) for the use, furnishing, construction and repair of bona
fide school houses, or
(c) for use for educational purposes in bona fide schools.
5. Articles imported by, or taken out of bond for, the use
of Government.
6. Articles re-imported into the Colony on which duty has
been paid on previous importation and so proved to the satisfac-
tion of the Collector: Provided that duty shall be payable on
the cost or value of any alterations or repairs or improvements
made to such articles between the dates of exportation and
re-importation.
7. Articles for the official use of any foreign consulate or
the luggage and personal effects of the Consular representative of
any foreign country, or his family, or suite, if such consular rep-
resentative is not engaged in any other business or profession in
the Colony, provided that a similar privilege is accorded by such
foreign country to the British Consulate therein.
8. Articles imported in exchange for similar articles previ-
ously imported on which tax has been paid and which have been
exported within three months of their importation, notice in
writing of such exportation having been given to the Collector
at the time of exportation: Provided that if no tax was payable
upon the article previously imported, then no tax shall be payable
on the article imported in exchange therefore.
9. Articles imported or taken out of bond by or on behalf
of the British Council or the Antigua Branch of the British
Red Cross Society: Provided that, if any such particles are sold
for use or consumption in the Colony, the tax in respect thereof
shall be paid by that body by whom or on behalf of whom the
articles were imported or taken out of bond.
10. Articles of second hand clothing imported by any
religious body or charitable institution for free distribution in the
Colony upon the signed declaration of the Head of such body or
institution and subject to such conditions as the Collector may
impose.


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ANTIGUAr. 6


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No. 1 of 1968.


Conswarsdmp 7fl..


7 -A kiy,


11. Articles of food, namely-
(i) live animals fit for human consumption. Meat and
preparations thereof, meat fresh, chilled or frozen,
salted, dried, smoked, cooked or otherwise pre.
pared including poultry;
(ii) dairy products, eggs and honey, milk and cream,
fresh, evaporated or condensed, butter, cheese;
(iii) fishery products fit for human consumption, fresh,
chilled or frozen, salted, dried or smoked;
(iv) cereals includingewheat, rye, rice, barley, oats, maize.
Manufactured products of cereals fit for human,
consumption including meal and flour of wheat,
rye, meal and flour, groats, semolina and cereals
flaked, malt, alimentary pastes, bakery products
sweetened and unsweetened, malt extracts;
(v) fresh fruits and nuts imported from temperate and
tropical countries;
(vi) vegetables, roots and tubers used for human con-
sumption, potatoes fresh, beans, peas and yeasts;
(vii) cane sugar refined and unrefined, beet and cane
sugar, edible molasses and syrups. Coffee, tea,
cocoa and preparations thereof;
(viii) animal and vegetable oils, fats and greases fit for
human consumption.
12. Articles of clothing, namely-
(i) clothing and underwear of textile materials, raw or
simply prepared;
(ii) hats of all materials, clothing of leather and fur;
(iii) footwear, boots, shoes and slippers, footwear of
rubber, footwear of textile soles and heels for boots
and shoes-materials with rubber.soles and soles
of leather or leather substitutes;
(iv) buttons add studs;
(v) yarns and thread of silk, cotton, artificial and
synthetic textiles, velvets, ribbons, trimmings,
lace and lace-net and other silk fabrics, cotton
fabrics, fabrics (piece goods) of flax, hemp and
ramie not elsewhere specified.









'13. Articles to be used as Building material, namely-
(i)'sand clay, building stone, gravel and crushed stone
for concrete, limestone cement;
(ii) pottery and other clay products including bricks,
tiles, pipes and similar articles of brick, earth or
ordinary baked clay;
(iii) glass and glassware including plate and sheet glass
for building;
(iv) iron and steel bars and rods and structural shapes
of iron and steel, nails, bolts, nuts, screws of iron
or steel, spikes, rivets and washers, wood screws
and screw eyes. Barbed-plates, sheets, hoops
and strips of iron or steel, tinned plates, plates
and sheets galvanized, zinc coated or lead coated,
hoops, pipes and fittings of iron or steel, cast iron
for building;
(v) tubes, pipes and fittings of iron or steel structures
of iron or steel and their finished or processed
parts for building. Expanded metal of iron or
steel;
(vi) wood planed, grooved or tongued, conifer including
artificial wood. Shingles, headings and mouldings,
veneers and plywood, wood in the round, whether
rough, hewn or not, conifer. Other wood in the
round whether rough, hewn or not non-conifer.
Wood simply sawn lengthwise or squared with
the axe, conifer not elsewhere specified. Wood
simply sawn lengthwise or squared with the
axe-non conifer not elsewhere specified. Wood
simply shaped or worked, not elsewhere specified.
Builders woodwork (doors, sashes and other mill
work) not elsewhere specified.
(vii) manufactures of asbestos;
(viii) other manufactures of non-metallic minerals not
elsewhere specified:-
(a) of asphalt or similar materials,
(b) of cement or concrete,
(c) other, not elsewhere specified.
14. Artificial limbs.
15. Patterns of no commercial value.


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16. Produce of the Colony re-imported into the Colony
within one year from dite of exportation and so proved to the
satisfaction of the Collcctr.
'17. Samples, not of a commercial value, of manufactured
or other goods, and all articles intended for exhibition only.
18. Wine imported for the purpose of administering the
Sacrament on the signed declaration of the head of the denomina-
tion for which such wine is intended.'
SECOND SCHEDULE. (Section 4)


The rate of tax to be charged and collected on all taxable
goods shall be 21 per centum of the value of such goods.
THIRD SCEHDULE. (Section 8)


Application for admission of goods free of Consumption Tax.
To the Collector of Customs.

I of
hereby make application to import free of consumption tax the
goods herein below specified, on the groundat at they-
(1) are re-imported after exportation to ................
(2) are exempt from consumption tax under para-
graph...... of the Second Schedule to the
Consumption Tax Ordinance, 1963.
(delete if inapplicable)
(here insert paragraph)


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Goods


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I


Value for Customs purposes


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Importer.


















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MONTSERRAT

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1961, No. 20.


THE WEST INDIES


Be it resolved that the draft Order entitled the Supreme
Court of the Windward Islands and Leeward Islands (Salaries
and Miscellaneous Provisions) Order, 1961, proposed to be made
by the Governor-General under the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands (Courts) Order in Council, 1959, be approved.
Passed by the Legislative Council of Montserrat this
29th day of December, 1961.
GEORGE R. E. CABEY,
Clerk of the Council.

The Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and Leeward Islands (Salaries
and Miscellaneou Provision) Order, 1961.
An Order made by the Governor-General in exercise of the
powers conferred on him under section 21 of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands (Courts) Order-in-Council, 1959,
and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf.
1. This Order may be cited as the Supreme citation.
Court of the Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands (Salaries and Miscellaneous Provisions)
Order, 1961.
2. References in this Order to the Chief Interpreta-
Justice or to a Puisne Judge, include a reference. to t'O.
any person appointed to act as Chief Justice or
Paisne Judge respectively.
3. (1) There shall be piid to the Chief Slaries of
Justice of the Supreme Court a salary of $12,000 a .Tudges.
year and to each Puisne Judge of the Supreme
Court a salary of $9,600 a year.
(2) This section shall be deemed to have come
into operation with effect from the first day. of
April, 1960.








Judges 4. (1) Each Judge of the Supreme Court
rsidentin shall, when ordinarily resident in the Colony of
st. Kitt. Saint Christopher-Nevis Anguilla, be entitled to the
following allowances and other conditions of service.
(i) Reimbursement of the actual cost of
travelling and transport between the
island of Saint Christopher and
places outside the islands by such
means of transport as is approved by
the Governor-General as appropriate.
(ii) A commuted allowance of $40 per
month in respect of the cost of travel-
ling and transport on duty within
the island of Saint Christopher.
(iii) Reimbursement of the actual cost of
board and lodging while out of the
island of Saint Christopher on duty.
(iv) A subsistence allowance of $5 for
each day or part of a day spent out
of the island of Saint Christopher 4
on duty.
(v) Provision of accommodation at a
rental of $60 per month.
(vi) Provision of such items of furniture
as the Administrator of the Colony
shall from time to time specify at a
rental of 10% per annum of the
capital cost of such furniture.
(2) This section shall be deemed to have come
into operation with effect from the first .day of
January, 1960.
Made this day of 1961.

By Command,

Secretary to the Gorernor-General.
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VIRGIN ISLANDS.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1962, No. 18.


THE JUVENILE COURT ORDER, 1962, DATED llTH DECEM-
BER, 1962, MADE BY THE ADIMNISTRATOR IN COUNCIL
UNDER SECTION 2 OF THE JUVENILE COURTS ACT, 1948,
(No. 5/1948).


1. CITATION. This Order may be cited as the Juvenile
Court Order, 1962.

2. ESTABLISHMENT AND CONSTITUTION.
There shall be established in and for the Colony of the Virgin
Islands a Juvenile Court within the meaning of the Juvenile
Courts Act, 1948, and such a Court shall be constituted of the
persons for the time being performing the duties of Magistrate
of the aforesaid Colony and of two assessors to be nominated
t by the Administrator.
3. PLACE AND TIME OF SITTING. Such Court
shall be held in the office of the Magistrate in the Administra-
tion building in the town of Road Town on the third Friday of
each month at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon.
4. COMMENCEMENT. This Order shall come into
operation on the 21st day of December, 1962.

Made by the Administrator in Council this 11th day of
December, 1962.
J. M. CLARKE
Clerk of the Council.






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