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: February 7, 1963
Frequency: weekly (irregular)
weekly
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 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: VID00388
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

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S' THE

ANTIGUA, MONTSEI1
AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZL

o 'VPublished by cIuthority.

VOL. VIII. THURSDAY, 7TH FEBRUARY, 1 (:f.


Ntoidee.-.


Appointment of a Puisne Judge of the
Windward and Leeward Islands.


The Judicial and Legal Service
Commission of the Windward Island
and Leeward Islands, in pursuance of
the provisions under Section 4 (2) of
the W ndward and Leeward Islands
(Courts) Order-in-Council 1959, as
amended by Schedule 2 West Indies
(Dissolution and Interim Commis-
sioner) Order-in-Council 1962, has
appointed Mr. EDWIN ALLEN
HHYLIGER. Attorney General of
Grenada, a Puisne Judge of the
Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands anil Lee',,;, ~ lzhands with
effect from 21st January, 1963.
Ref. A.O. 43/1.

Office of Administrator of
Unrepresenied Estates
2nd January, 1963.

In the matter of the Unrepresented
Estates Act, Cap. 23.
and
In the matter of the atiie 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 ,letcribedl in thin. t-i"' ,- 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
n Thursday 7th February, 1963 at
1.30 o'clock in the afternoon.

SCHEDULE.
One wooden tenement 16' 6" x 22'4"
covered with corrugated galvanise iron
sheets situate at Lot No. 6 on the All
Saints Road in the Parish of Saint
John.
O. w. JACK,
Administrator of Unrepresecnted
Estates.
ef. No. A 6S562- 'H. H .-II


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


MONTSERRAT CIRCUIT
CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE
A. D. 1963.


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 mo the 19th day of June,
1957, the lHonourable Puisne Judge
selected for the sitting of the Court
has appointed'the day of the month
on which the ensuing Circuit Court
shall sit in the Colony, that is to say:-
On Monday 4th March, 1963 at
10.00 o'clock in the forenoon.
H. ALEX BESSON,
Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
Montserrat.
28th January, 1963.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 17th January, 1963
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
of 425 Park Avenue, City and state of
New York, U.S.A. hav- applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:-

NABISCO
in Class 42 tlhat is to say, substances
used as foods or as ingredients in
food.
The Applicarts claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for 14 yeais
before the date of their said Applica-
ion.
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, Anti-
Iua, of opposition to registration of
the said Trade Mark.
0. W. JACK,
Registrar of Trade Markls.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAT, January. 1963.

The Am,-rican Tobacco Company of
150 East 42nd Street. City of New
York, United States of America has
Happlied foi- R eistiati, i of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:


HALF- HALF

in Clas 45, that is to say, "tobacco,
whether manufactured or unmanu-
factured ".
The Applicants claim that theyused
the said Trade Mark in respect of the
said goods for two years before the
date of their said Application,

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

H. ALEX B13SSON,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
MONTSERRAT January, 1963.

The American Tobacco Company of
150 East and 42nd Street, Cily of New
York, Uniterd States of America hua
applied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:


TENNYSON

in Class 45, that is to say, tobacco,
whether manufactured or nnmann-
factured".
The Applicants claim that they ~hed
the said Ttrade Mark in respect of 'th
4hid goods for t~o years before 'th
dati of their said Application.
Any person may Within tfi4%6
months from the date of the first ap-
pearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua, Monfserrat, & Virgin Is-
itafds Ga~ette, give notice in dupli'cie
at the Tra&e Marks dmffice Montserrt,
of oppolition 6f the iai Trade Mirt.
H. ALix. BESSON,
Registrtr '6f Trtade Mkrk.


\7^?7


No. 7.






42 T'IE ANTIGUA, IONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


T!:. DE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 22nd January, 1963.
GLAXO LABORATORIES LTD.,
of 891-995 Greenford, Middlesex,
England have applied for Registration
of one Trade Mark consisting of the
follwing:-

TRICLORYL
in Class 3 in respect of all goods
included in class 3
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 tie first
appearance of this Advertis,.-lilnt in
the Antifita Mlontserrat 4& irgin
Islands Gazette. giv,, notice in dupli-
at the 'Triae Marks Office, Antigna. of
opposition to registration of the said
Trade Mark.
0. W. JACK.
Registrar of Tr'ade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAT, Itthi Januaryy, 1963.
National Biscuit companyy of 425
Park Avonue. City anti State of New
York, United States of America, has
applied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:

NABISCO
in Class 42, that is to say, substances
used ai food or as ingredients in food.
The Applicants claim that they have
used tho said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goods for (6) six years be-
fore the date of their said Application.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first ap-
pearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigut, Montserrat, & Virg in
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Montserrat. of opposition of the said
Trade Mark.
H. ALEX. BBSSON,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

NOTICE

The Public is hereby notified that
General Receipt Book containing the
numbers 801-900 has been lost from
the Control Tower at Coolidge Airport.
The last receipt issued was No. 872 on
13th January, 1963. Receipts Nos.
873 to 900 are hereby declared invalid.
Any perpen finding the missing re-
ceipt book is requested to deliver it to
the Operations Officer, Coolidge Air-
port or the nearest Police Station.

Ministry of Public Works
and Giammunications
22nd January, 1963.


NOTICE TO IMPORTERS.


Goods which have not been
removed from the Queen's Warehouse
within three months will be sold by
Public Auction at the Point Ware-
house, The Point. on Thursday 21st
February, t~L', at 2.30 p.m.

Importers who have passed warrants
on any of the items listed for sale
are asked to remove them before the
day of the sale.
Copies of the list of goods for sale
can be seen at the Queen's Warehouse,
the Bonded Warehouse at the Point
and the Customs Building.
O. A. PiSTIANA,
Coilldetor of GOoitomls.

The Central Housing
and Planning Authority
Persons are bning rr.mind(ld that
prohibition notices are placed on the
foll' wing Villagi tensions Schemes
and that no building whatsoever
should hbe placed on any plot on these
Extension:- without prior approval by
the (Central Autli-rity.
1. Pares Village
2. ien 3. Freelnnnville Extension
4. Table Hill Gor.ion Scheme
5. Five Islands Village
Extensions
6. St. Philips Scheme
7. All Saints Village Extension
8. Willikies Village Extension
(). Bolans Village Extension
10. Parlamn Village Extension
11. Bethesda Village Extension
12. Villa Area Development
13. Pigotts and Oshournes Village
Extensions
14. Glanvilles Extension
15. Creekside Extension
16. New Winthorpes
In this connection attention is
drawn to the Draft Town and Country
Planning Scheme No. 4/48-Sections
9-12:-

9. Building Line in order to pre-
serve the uniformity of the frontage
the purchaser of each plot shall observe
the building line which is a distance
of at least 10ft. (In the case of the
Villa Area Development 30ft in
zone A) from the road boundary, curb
of the road or excess path and in no
case shall the front of any dwelling
house or any building i) made to ex-
tend nearer to or further from the said
road or street than such position on the
said land as indicated by the said
building line.

10. Size of Houses and Height of
Dwelling Houses above Ground. Every
new building intended as a dwelling
house to be erected on any of the lots
shall have a minimum habitable floor
space of not less than 120 sq ft (except
in zone "A" and zone B of the
Villa Area Development which should
be 1,000 sq ft and 320 sq ft respec-


tively) and shall have the lowest floor
raised from the ground at least
eighteen inches and supported on
masonry with proper and sufficient
ventilation beneath the floor provided
that if the frontage of the building
abuts on any public place the said
building shall be on a continons dwarf
wall o: eoncr:tn pillars.

11. Approvalof Plans. No dwelling
houses, shop, hotel or other building
shall be erected upon any of the plots
otherwise than in acerdlhince with
plans and elevations of materials pre-
viously approved by or on behalf of
the Central Authority and no building
shall be oominieneed ulion any plot
until the Cuntral Authority or its
agents shall have given a Certificate
in writing of such approval.

12. One building or Private house
with out-building on each plot
Not more than one building or
dwelling house shall be erected on
eich plot with except theO necessary
and usii dI outbuildings, stables. garage
with living Iroois over to hIe used in
connection wit i aniy honus erected on
the sanilo plot or any hnuse now stand-
ing or hltre;afttr to he erected on any
adjoining lanul and such dwelling
hoins.e shall not 6h, of leps value than
$96.00 exclusive of statling aid out
buildings, ani no uitiling shall be
erected until the site and elevation
thereof and the site of any oollices and
stabling thereto shall hate been ap-
proved by or on behalf of the Central
Authority. any every such building
shall be of such character and descrip-
tion and bnild according to such plans,
designs and elevations as shall have
been similarly approved in writing
before the same is commenced, and
no such building shall after erection
be altered without the like previous
consent in writing before the same is
commenced."

24. Notice of Intention to build
(a) Every person intending to
erect, remove or alter a building
hall give notice of schl intention
to ti' Centritl Authority.
(b) The notice shall be in dupli-
cate upon the form prescribed by
the (1-ntral Authority and shall be
accompanied by plans in duplicate
sufficient to show that the proposed
building comply with the require-
ments of the Central Authority.

25. Approval by the Central Authority
The Central Authority, shall within
six weeks of the delivery of such
notice, signify in writing its approval
or disapproval thereof. In the case
of disapproval the Authority shall
give reasons for its disapproval or
specify what alterations are required.
26. Notification of Work
Any owner of his agent who
intends to execute or executes work
to which this scheme applies,
(a) shall notify the Central Auth-
ority in writing the date on which
work will begin;


[Febrluary 7, 1963.







THE ANTIGUA, M()NTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISDANDS GAZETTE.


(b) shall notify the Central Aulth-
ority in writing of the completion
of any work within fourteen days
after completion;

. (o). may notify the, Central Auth-
ority in writing of the completion
of part or any work to a value of
not less than five hundred dollars
within fourteen days of the comple-
tion of the work.


l'u.-., .ia V wile jil to comply with
these Iregulaions will be dealt with
by law within the provisions of the
Slum Clearance and the Town and
Country Planning Ordinances Nos.
3/48 and 4/48 respectively.

Thames Street
St. John's,
Antigit.
24th January, 1963.


WMNFAt.LL F13UREB
Agrloultural Department,
Antligu.


Month.
January
Feb. 2nd


10s9 19c0 1961 1s62 1968
2.91 38t 2.16 C.77 4.62
0.16 0.00 0.54 0.18 0.19
3.07 3.84 2.70 6.95 4.81


TENDERS FOR GROCERIES Eto.

The following tenders have been accepted for the supply of the undermentioned items to Government Institutions
and other Departments, for the half-year ending 30th June, 1963:-

GROCERIES


Keith Edwards


Lake's New Market


Rice-Super
Rice-F.Q.
Rice-S.Q.
Flour-(baking Grade A)
Flour-(not baking)
Meal-(local)
Butter-(table)
Margarine (cooking)
(Glowspread)
Oheese
Fish--(salted, cod, hake, Pollard)
(Cush-Ling)
Milk- (evaporated)
Milk-(coilndensed)
Sugar-(grey)
Sugar-(wash-id)
Sugar-(white)
Oil-(edible-Imported)
Oil-(edible-local)
Lard
Beef-(sAlted)
Pork- (tails)
Pork-(scalps)
Pork-(snouts)
Pork-(clear)
Potatoes
Blue
Sardines

Butter--(cooking)
Fruits--(tinned) medium
Fruits-(tinned) small
Fruitl- -(tinned) large
Meats-(smoked Bacon) U. K.
LeDolo Fr-nch Corned Beef
Onions-(Imported from Canada
Onions-(Imported from Canada)
Soap-(Imported from England)
Poultry-Whole chickens
Wings
Necks and backs
Sliced chicken
legs


$29.95 per bag of 177 Ibs.
$26.10 per bag of 177 lbs.
$23.50 per bag af 177 lbs.
$10.95 per bag of 100 lbs.
$ 9.75 per bag of 100 lbs.
$11.18 per bag of 100 lbs.
$ 4.40 per 5 lbs. tin, 95c. per 1 lb tin
$ 2.00 Per 6 lbs. tins
$ 2.70 per 5 Ibs. tin
$ 3.90 per 5 lbs. tin
$39.00 per case of 100 lbs.
$45.00 per case of 100 lbs, 50c. per lb.
$13.20 per case 48x14 oz. tins
$14.00 per case 48x143 oz. tins
,22.02 per bag of 249 lbs
$29.00 per bag of 249 lbs
$13.00 per bag of 112 lbs
, 3.30 per Imperial gallon
$ 3.50 per Imperial gallon
$10.00 per 35 lbs bucket
$95.00 per 200 lb barrel or 55c. per lb
$95.00 per 200 lb twrrel or 55c. per lb
$60.00 per 200 lbs barrel or 35c. per lb.
$95.00 per 200 lbs barrel rr 55c. per lb.
$76.00 per 200 lbs barrel or 43c. per lb.
.10 per lb.
.95 per half gross
$14.30 per cn 100x3} oz. tins

$ 4.00 per 5 Ibs tin
$12.25 per case of 2 dozens
$10.30 per caso of 2 dozens
$22.00 par case of 2 dozens
.90 per lb
$26.00 per case 48/12 oz. tin
.15 per lb
$ 6.75 per bag of 50 Ibs
$10.00 per box of 50 lbs
.80 per lb
.75 per lb
.33 per lb1)
.95 per lb
$ 1.00 per 11


Geo. W. B. Bryson Lard-Tartan
& Co.
Arrowroot-(Imported)
Washing, Soda


Open Market.


S. R. Mendes Ltd.


$ 2.00 per 5 lbs tin

.18 per lb
.10 per lb


Margarine-1 lb tin
Bread
Milk
Kerosene Oil

Current Wholesale price on days of delivery, lejs I cent per Imperial Gallo4, (less duty if
applicable) Delivery ex Bulk Road Tank Wagon into drums or containerA at the Institutions.


Telbruary 7, 1963.)






THE ANFIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANS S GAZETTE. [February 7, 1963

Below is a list of Midwives who have complied with Sections 8, 9 :ind 12 of the Midwifery Ordinance and
are legally qualified to practice midwifery in the Colony of Antigua for the year ending 31st December, 1963.

D. MATTHEWS,
Secretary,
Antigua Midwives Board.


Names.


Add lresse..


Allon. Sybil
Ambleston, Henrietta
Athill, Grace
Anderson, Dnisy
Brand, Cathariine
Blackwell, Victoria
Brown, Beatrice
Barni.s, Lorna
Bnintin, Linelle
Bennett, Marjorie
Baynes, Leah
Crump, Beryl
Carter, Miriam
Colborne, Christophene
Colb)urne, Winifred
Challenger, Helen
Coates, Gwendolyn
Coull, Beatrice
Dlowncs. Alice Mande
Dnbique, Louisa
Dliclzknson, Ellen
David, Agne-s
Edwards. EIniil
Edwaruds, Margaret
Fenton. I'l mina
Frdl.,rick. Tlhresa
Gordnm, Liliet
Grant, Ina
George. Mona
George. Edith
Hewlett, Olive
Harri,4 Mable
Henry, Ursula
1H man, Lonisa
Hl~aliik., Phyllis
Hlalrriea Dorcen
Hallpi ke. Jane
Isaac, Iris
Isaac, Lavina
Joshiu, Edna
Knowles, Agnes
TI,wi.i, Beatrice
Lewis. Veronica
Lucas, Nora
Matthews. Adelaide
Meyers, Iris
Matthews. Daisy
Michael, Evangeline
Meade, Eva
Peters, Ada
Perry, Emelda
Richards, Florentine
Rodgers, Violet
Roberts, Constanoo
Robinson, Cathaleen
Stevenson, Gertrude
Smith, Mary
Simon, Gloria
Simon, Nancy
Sowerby, Drucilla
Thomas, Alberta
Thibou, Muriel
Thomas, Caroline
Willock, Miriam
Wallace, Ineta
Walker, Daisy May
Warren, Gerda
Sheppard, Vivian
Joseph, Lillith
Richards, Esselyn
George, Marie


Dickenson Bay Street
Jemuinis Village
01 Parhatin Road
Hoellrton Hospital
O!l Hoad Village
English Harbour Village
Seatons Village
Hoipital


Johnson's Point
Freetown Village
Liberta Vil!ige
Ott(s Main Road
Bethesda Village
Hospital

Dickenson Bay Street
Clare Hall Village
Hospital
St. John's Health Centre
All Saints Village
HIispital
Willikies Village

H sji ilarm
H,>.spit'ol
Judges Hill
Greenb ty Village
St. Jolh's Health Centre
Parhamn Lodge Estate
Barbnda
Sea View Farm
Jennings Village
Drake Str,-et
llospital
Lrnii' Strei rt
Dickenson Bay Street
Bolans Village
Potters Village
Grays Farm Health Centre
Sawc(olts
Ho:,pital
St. John's Health Centre
Kentish Road
Hospiial
St. John's Health Centre

Ottos-All Saints Road
Church Lane
Alfred Peters Street
Hospital

Martins Village
Hospital
Nrvis Street
Biendals
Hospital
All Saints Health Centre
St. John's Health Centre
Parham
Popeshead Street
Grays Farm Village
Newfield Village
Hospital
St. Georges Street
Hospital

Long Street
Potters
Grays Farm






February 7, 1963 ] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE,
IN THE COURT OF APPEAL OF THE WINDWARD ISLANDS AND LEEWARD
ISLANDS.
ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.


Appeal No. 3 of 1962.


Between :


JAMES JOSIAH
and
EnIMUND J. BLAI/E
Superintendent of Police
Before :


Appellant


Respondent


The H:no;ira;ble Mr. Justice Liwis
,, ,, Mr. Justice St. BERNARD
L. H. LOCKHART for appellant
Legal Assistant (D. M. La.MBERT) for respondent.
JUDGMENT
(September 11, 1962).


The appellant was ch.r-'ged for that he on the
22nd day of October, i :01 in the Parish of
Saint Peter in Magisterial District A in the
Colony of Antigua did d(ive motor bus H. 1207
on the North Sound Puolic Road without due
oare and attention contrary to section 53 of the
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance 511946.
The Charge was heard on the 12th December,
1961 and the magistrate convicted the appellant,
fined him the sum of $25.00 and ordered him to
be imprisoned for the period of one month in
default of payment of the fine. He further
ordered appellant to be disqualified for holding
a driver's licence for one month.
Against this conviction the appellant on the
following grounds:-
1. That the decision is unreasonable
or cannot be supported having regard to
the evidence.
2. That the decision was erroneous in
point of the law in that the learned Magis-
trate erred when he suspended the appellant's
licence when he had no authority to do so.
Section 53 of the Vehicle and Road Traffic
Ordinance reads as follows:
"If any person drives a motor vehicle on
a Road without due care and attention, or
without reasonable consideration for other
persons using the road, he shall be guilty of
an offence and shall be liable on summary
conviction to a penalty not exceeding twenty
five pounds, and on a second or subsequent
conviction for a like offence to be disqualified
for holding or obtaining a driver's licence for
such p.riod as the Co irt shall think fit.
Ground 1 was not argued on the appeal. As
regards ground 2 it was submitted that that was
meant by this ground was that as the appellant
had no previous conviction for careless driving the
magistrate had no power to disqualify hun, for
section 53 only permitted such a penalty to be
imposed on a second or subsequent conviction for
this offence.
There is nothing on the record to show that
the appellant either admitted a previous conviction
for careless driving or that any such conviction
had been proved against him and this Court there-
fore would have stressed that in so far as this


offence was concerned the appellant had a clean
record. [n the event however counsel for the
respondent admitted that the appellant did not in
fact have any previous conviction for careless
driving, but he submitted nevertheless that under
section 65 (1) of the Ordinance the Magistrate had
power to impose a sentence of disqualification on
the appellant. Section 65 reads as follows:-
The Cn)urt before which a person is
convicted of any offence in connection with
the driving of a motor vehicle may, in addi-
tion to any other penalty provided for such
offence, and shall, where so required by the
provisions of this Ordinance, order that the
offender be disqualified for a stated period or
permanently from holding or obtaining a
driver's licence either generally or limited to
the driving of a motor vehicle of any partic-
ular class or description; and if the offender
holds a driver's licence the Court shall endorse
upon the licence particulars of the conviction."
In our view the submission of counsel for the
appellant is correct,
The section under which the appellant is
charged provides its own punishment for the
offence created thereby and it is clearly stated in
this section that the penalty of disqualification can
only be imposed on a second or subsequent convic-
tion for the offence of careless driving.
In our opinion it would be wrong to apply
the general provision for disqualification on con-
viction of an offence in connection with the
driving of a motor vehicle" contained in section 65
(1) where a person is charged with an offence
under section 53, as this section provides a specific
punishment which can only be applied where the
condition precedent stated in the section is satisfied,
viz. the existence of a second or subsequent con-
viction for careless driving against the offender.
This condition precedent did not in fact exist and
accordingly the magistrate had no power to impose
a sentence of disqualification on the appellant.
The appeal is accordingly allowed in part and
the decision of the magistrate varied by setting
aside that portion of his order in which he imposed
a sentence of disqualification on the appellant.
P. CECIL LEWIS,
E. L. ST. BERNARD.





46 THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [February 7, 1968.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES.


In pursuance of the requirements of section
3 (2) (a) of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordi-
nance, 1950 (No. 9 of 1960) 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 supp ,rt thereof
to the Clerk to the Executive Council on or before
the 23rd day of February, 1963.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk, !'veeufivte C,,oncil.

ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND OR !ERS.
1963, No.


The Aid to Pioneer Industries (Vanufacture of
Cans and Containers) Order, 1968, dated
1968. made by the Adminis-
trator uider section 8 (1) of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1950 (No. 9
of 1950).


(Gazetted


1. SHORT TITLE. This Order Order may be
cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture
of Cans and Contniners) Order, 1963.
2. MANUFACTURE OF CANS AND CONTAINERS
DECLARED A PIONEER INDUSTRY. The Manufacture
of cans and containers is hereby declared to be a
pioneer industry for the purposes of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1950, and the follow-
mig products are hereby d(lclared to be pioneer
products for the said pur'poses:-
Metal and Plastic Cans and Containers.
Made by the Administrator acting in accordance
with the advice of the Executive Council this
day of 1963.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES.



In pursuance of the requirements ef section
8 (2) (a) of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance,
1950 (No. 9 of 1950) it is hereby notified for
general information that the Administrator in Coun-
cil proposes to make the undermentioned Order
under section 3(1) of ihe said Ordinance. Any
person who oihjects to the making of such Order
shall give not ice 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 day of 1963.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk, Executive Council.


ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY :ULES AND ORDERS.
1963, No.


The Aid to Pioneer Industries (Canning). QrderS
1968.. dated 1968, made by the
Administrator under section 3 (1) of the Aid
to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1950 (No.
9 of 1950).


[ Gazetted ]
1. SnowT TTTLF. This Order may be cited
as the Aid to Pioneer Industries (Canning) Order,
1963.
2. CANNING DECLARED A PIONEER INDUSTRY.
Canning is hereby declared to be a pioneer indus-
try for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer Indus-
tries Ordinance, 1950, and the following products
are hereby declared to be pioneer products for the
said purposes:-
Canned solid and liquid substances for Com-
mercial purposes.
Made by the Administrator acting in accord-
anie with the advice of the Eiecutive Couridil this
day of 1963.


Clerk of the Council.








Print -d at the k;overnnent Printin Office, Antihrua, Leeward Islands,
by ROIERT LINDSAY, Acting Government Printer,-By Authority
1963.


Clerk of the Council.


[Price 15 cemitw.




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