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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: May 23, 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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 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 129
        Page 130
        Page 131
        Page 132
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 9 of 1963: Assessment of Compensation (Land of Alvan Camacho) (Amendment) Ordinance, 1963
        Page A-1
        Page A-2
    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 24 of 1961: Criminal Procedure Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1961
        Page A-3
        Page A-4
        Page A-5
        Page A-6
        Page A-7
        Page A-8
        Page A-9
        Page A-10
    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 1 of 1963: Trade Licensing Ordinance 1963
        Page B-1
        Page B-2
        Page B-3
        Page B-4
        Page B-5
        Page B-6
        Page B-7
        Page B-8
        Page B-9
        Page B-10
    Virgin Islands, Imperial Legislation (Statutory Instrument), no. 2185 of 1962: Copyright (Virgin Islands) Order, 1962
        Page C-1
        Page C-2
        Page C-3
        Page C-4
        Page C-5
        Page C-6
        Page C-7
        Page C-8
    Virgin Islands, Convention: exchange of money Order between the Postal Administration of the U.S. and the Colony of British Virgin Islands, West Indies
        Page D-1
        Page D-2
        Page D-3
        Page D-4
        Page D-5
        Page D-6
        Page D-7
        Page D-8
        Page D-9
        Page D-10
        Page D-11
        Page D-12
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 5 of 1962: Pensions (Amendment No. 2) Regulations, 1962
        Page E-1
        Page E-2
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 2 of 1963: Customs Duties Regulations, 1963
        Page F-1
        Page F-2
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 1 of 1963: Proclamation dated March 2nd 1963, appointing a session of the Legislative Council of the Colony
        Page F-3
        Page F-4
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 3 of 1963: Price of Goods (Fish) Order, 1963
        Page F-5
        Page F-6
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ANTIGUA. MONTH

AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS G

Soublis"hed by authority.

VOL. VIII. THURSDAY, 23RD MAY, 1963.


Notices.


No. 25.
Appointments, transfers, etc., in
the public service, with effect from
the dates stated, are published for
general information:-

Antigua.

AMBROSE, H. B., Executive Officer,
Treasury Department, appointed to
act Deputy Accountant General,
Treasury Department.
Apr. 16, 63

ANTHONYSON, H. Senior Clerk, Treas-
ury Department, appointed to act
Executive Officer, Treasury Depart-
ment. Apr. 16, 63

BAILEY, Dr. C. E. S., Medical Super-
intendent, Holberton Hospital, ap-
pointed to act as Senior Medical
Officer, Medical Department.
Apr. 18, 63

BROWN. V. T. M., Executive Officer,
Income Tax Departincnt, appointed
to act W;arden Bai buda.
Apr. 13, 63

BUNTIN, Miss. D., appointed Pro-
bationary/Uncertitiece.tte Teacher,
Education Department.
Mar. 18, 63

CHALLENGER, E. G. K., Deputy
Accountant General, Treasury
Department, appointed t act
Colonial Postmaster, Post Oflice.
Apr. 1; 63

DAVIS, S., Clerk, Customs D. part-
ment. resigned appointment.
Apr. 15, 63

DEFREITAS, E., Clerk, Treasury
Department appointed to act Senior
Clerk, Treasury Department.
Apr. 16, 63

DICKENSON, Mrs. E., Public Health
Nurse, Medical Department, ap-
pointed to act Senior Public Health
Nurse, Medical Depa:rtment.
Jan. 1, 63

ELVIN, E., Building Foreman, Cen-
tral Housing & Planning Authority,
appointed to act Building Inspector,
Central Board of Health.
May 7, 63


FRANCIS, A., Head Teacher II,
Education Department, appointed
Head Teacher I, Education Depart-
ment. Mar. 21, 63

GEORGES, Miss N., appointed Clerk,
Administration, Ministry of Fi-
nance. Mar. 16, 63

GEORGE, Miss G., Assistant Teacher,
Education Department, appointed
Head Teacher II, Education Depart-
ment. Oct. 12, 63

GEORGE, Miss V., appointed Clerk,
Teachers' Training College.
Jan. 22, 63

KNIGHT, D., Clerk, Peasant Develop-
ment Services, appointed Senior
Clerk, Peasant Development Ser-
vices. Mar. 15, 63

MCDONALD, Dr. A., Amesthetist,
Holberton Hospital, appointed to
act Medical Officer District 3.
Mar. 8-10, 63
OLIVER, E., appointed Field Techni-
cian, Central Board of Health.
Nov. 16, 62

PARKER, Miss H., appointed Clerical
Assistant, Audit Department.
Mar. 18,. 63

RILEY. V. McK., Fi-ld Technician,
Central Board of Health, appointed
Building Inspector, Central Board
of Health. Nov. 16, 62

SCOTLAND, J., Senior Clerk, Peasant
Development Services, resigned
appointment. Mar. 15, 63
SIMPSON, A., appointed Clerk, Cus-
toms Department. May 9. 60

SCHOUTEN, E., Agricultural Assistant
III, Peasant Development Services,
appointed to act Agricultural Assis-
tant II, Peasant Devt lopment Ser-
vices. Mar. 7, 62
STOUTE, Miss C., Student Nurse,
Holberton Hospital, resigned ap-
pointment. Apr. 22, 63

WARNER, Miss I., Clerk, Audit
Department, confirmed to the
pensionable establishment.
Mar. 1, 60

WARNER, L., Assistant Teacher II,
Education Department, appointed
Head Teacher II, Education Depart-
ment. Mar. 21, 63


THOMPSON, H. B. Assistant Director
of Public Works, Grenada, appoint-
ed Director of Public Works,
Antigua. Apr. 27, 63

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.

No. 26.

The Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies has informed the Administrator
that the power of disallowance will
not be exercised in respect of the
undermentioned Ordinance:-
Antigua.

No. 6 of 1963. The Public Holi-
days Act (Amendment) Ordinance,
1963>.
Administration Building,
St. JohnX's.
Antiguw.
Ref. No. A. 47/16;.

No. 27.
The following Ordinances, Imperial
Legislation, Cinvention and Statu-
tory Rules and Orders are circulated
with this Gazette and form part
thereof:--
ORDINANCES
Antiywi.
No 9 of 1963. '-The Assessment
of Compensation (Land of Alvan-
Camacho) (Amendment) Ordinance,
1963. 2 pp Price 7 cts.
Virgin Islands.
No. 24 of 1961. The Criminal
Procedure Act (Amendment) Ordi-
nance. 1961. 7 pp Price 17 cts.

No. 1 of 1963. The Trade Licen-
ces Ordinance 1963. 9,pp Price 21cts.
IMPERIAL LEGISLATION
Virgin Islands

No 2185 f 1962. "The Copy-
right (Virgin Islands) Order 196 2.
7pp Price 17cts.

CONVENTION
Virgin Islands

Convention for the exchange of
money Order between the Postal
Administrations of the United States
and the Colony of British Virgin Is-
lands, West Indies. 11pp Price 25,:s,.


No. 23.













U I I, AVYIGU A, 1,OT~~R T'fi \NDS GA zEITTE.


STATIJ ORY 'IULES & O R DERS.

Virgin Iluands

No. 5 of 1962. The Pensions
(Amendmnt No. 2) Regulations,
1962." 2pp Price 7ots.

No. 2 of 1953. "*The Customs
Duties Regulations, 1963."
2pp rice 7cts.

Mimontserrat

No. 1 of i,963. "Proclamation
dated March 2nd 1963, appointing a
session of the Legislative Council of
the Colony. lpp Price bcts.

No. 3 of 1963. "Th, price of
Goods (Fish) Order. 1963.
1 pp Pi.:e 5,)s.


Application for Licence under Sec-
tion 5 (1) of the Beach Control
Ordinance, 1958.

Pursuant to the provisions of sub-
section (2) of section 5 of the above
Ordinance the following application
madc- under subsection (1) of the said
Section is hereby published:-

Mr. A. F. A. TURNER fir a licence
to maintain a pi r erected at
IHodges Bay.

Any person who diesir!-; to make
any rIpries"ntation in respeIt of the
above application should do so in
writing addressed to the Minister of
Trade, Production and Labour. Ad-
ministration Building, St. John's,
Antigua, on or before the 31st day of
May, 1963.

Ministry of Trade Production
& Labour,
Administration Building,
16th May, 1963.


City Rate

N,.ic, is hereby give that a copy
of thl list of the original assessments
of the City Rate for 1963 to which
objections have been taken and altera-
tions made thereto by the Central
Board of Health has this day been
posted up on the outer door of the
Treasury and may be seen at the
Central Board of Health office.

Notice is hereby given that all the
amounts for the City Rate for the
year 1963 must be paid into the
Treasury by the 31st August, 1963.

Secretary,
Central Board of Health.
Central Board of Health
Antigua.
23rd May, 1963.


WATER RATE

The Public is again reminded that
Water Rate for the quarter ended
31st Maich, 1963 which should have
been paid by 15th April 1963 is now
long over Inie.

Failure ti, ;,v :)rr fo'r s ,,if W -dor rate
by 24th .M; I1. 1 :t I: will
result in the sr vice bt ing discimn-
nected.

This is tCe tinal untie.


Public Works D)eparthenl,

Anti u i.

i

RI/yi'.r'(r ure'Oc al's Office,

Antigua.

In accor ii.nc.c- \with thdie provisions
of Section 16 of the Marriage Ordi-
nance, 1923, the following building
has been registered in the Colony of
Antigua as a building where B.13ins of
Marriage may bh pu0 lished.

"The Church o"' hod 7th Day,
Lovelace Road St. Johin's, Antigua."

Dated this llth day of May, 1963.

0. W. JACK.
R,,gis.r *- General.


ANTIGUA.

The Registration of United

Kingdom Patents Act, 1925.



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
CIBA LIMITED of Basle, Switzer-
land have applied for registration in
Antiutn of United King(om Patent
No 882383 dated the 10th day of
June, 1959, and issued on the 21st
day of March 1962, and have filed at
the Registrar's Office at the Court
House, St. John's, Antigua, a complete
copy of the specifications and the
Certificate of the Comptroller General
of the United Kingdom Patent giving
full particulars of this patent which
will be open to public inspection at
the said office at any time between the
hours of 9.00 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. on
working days except Saturdays when
the hours will be from 9.00 a.m. to
12.00 noon.

Any person may within two months
from the date of this advertisement
give notice to the Registrar of opposi-
tion to the issue of a Certificate of
registration upon any of the grounds


I) '" i!',i i'i S' cti, 10 of o he Patents
Act, 1906 (ir opposition to the grant
of Letters Patent.

Dated the 24th day of April, 1963.

0. W. JACK.
Registrar of Patents.

lee,i sitra 's 0Q/Le,
Court House,
St. John's Antigua.

MONTCERR AiT.
The Registration of United Kingdom
Patents Act, 1925.


NOTiU ,; i illE R '.Y L iVEN that
Ciba Limited of Bisle, Switzerland,
have applied for register iion in the
Colony of Montserrat o1 i he United
Kingdom Patent No. x'.. '-3 dated
the 10th day ol June, 1959, and issued
on the 21st day of March, 1962, and
have filed at the Registrar's Office
Plymouth, Montserrat, a complete
copy (f the sp-ecification and the
Certifict- o(if the Comptroller General
of the TU ited TKingdom Patunt Office
giving i u!l particulars of these Patents,
which will be open to public inspec-
tion at the said office at any time
between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and
3.30 p.m. on working days xcept on
Wedlnesdiys when the hours will be
from 9.00 a.m. to 12 noon and Satur-
days from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

A ny ,son inm:y within I ,\ months
from the date of this Advertisement
give notice to the Registrar or opposi-
tion to the issue of a Ceriificate of
Registration upon any of the grounds
prescribed in Section 10 of the Patents
Act. 1906, for opposition to Grant of
Letters Patent.

Dated the 3rd day of May, 1963.

0. C. ST. LouIs,
Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
Plymouth
Jfontserrat.


RAINFALL FIGURES
Agricultural Department.

Antigua.


Month.
January
February
March
April
May 18th


1959 1960 1961 1962 1963
2.91 3.84 2.16 677 4.62
1.16 5.09 2.31 0.92 1.12
0.73 3.18 1.84 0.81 0.52
3.61 1.48 0.74 3.56 1 26
8.32 0.90 1.44 1.69 1 38
16.73 14.49 8.49 13.75 8.90


1 INI t 23, 196





















THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


STATKMEWT OF CURRENCY NOTICS AND BRITISH CARIBBEAN COIN IN CIRCULATION IN THR
BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP) ON IST MARCH, 1963.


Notes.


Coins.


Average circulation during January, 1963:-
British Caribbean Currency
Dniiioetiised Govt. notes

Total Average Circulation

B3ritish Caribbean Notes & Coins in
circulation on 1st March, 1963:-
Trinidad & Tobago
Barbados
British Guiana
Grenada
St. Vil wilt
St. Lucia
Dominica
Antigua
St. Kiits
Montserrat
"Proof sets" of Coin


95,630,294
968,823

96,599,117


5,069,557


5,069,557


40,938,543 2,354,571
4,774,225 711,850
33,484,875 1,052,616
5,153,100 213,800
878,700 121,325
1,47 7,000 144,675
2,5-14,400 122,725
4,494,300 175,100
801,600 144,925
233,800 26,100
1,870

$94,780,543 $5,069,557


Demoieticd Govt. notes outsta,,iiig on 1st March, 1963:-
Trinidad & Tobago $670,381
British Guiana 234,978
Barbados 63,151

Total demonetised Govt. notes outstanding


Total circulation on 1st March, 1963


$95,749,053 $5,069,557


The movement of currency note from one Territory to another by travellers, consequent on the enactment of Exchange
'Control legislation in one Territory, has during the past year assumed such dimensions as to render the circulation in each Territory
based on issues less withdrawals, as shown above, unrealistic and in fact misleading particularly in the case of Barbados.
L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.
headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain, Trinidad.


968,510


May 23, 1963.]


131









132 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


Notice to Importers



In accordance with the Trade and Revenue Ordinance 1900, as mniendAd Deposits which remain unclaimed'
after a period of three months shall be paid into General Revenue as duty payable on goods for which deposit was
Made.

The following deposits if not claimed by 31st May, 1963, shall be transferred to Revenue:-


Date.


Importer.


Article.


Amount.


1962


Caribbean Beach Club
do.


Geo. W. Bennett Bryson
Caribbean Beach Club
Frederick Merchant
E. E. Harney
Jolly Beach Hotel
William Anderson
Morton Blank
Carl A. Meyer
Geo. W. Bennett Bryson
Miami Bazaar
Geo. W. Bennett Bryson
Antigua Sugar Factory Ltd.
Caribbean Beach Club
Miami Bazaar

Clarence Johnson
do.



P. M. Hart


14 pkgs. Plumbing Fittings
5 pkgs. Elevator Equipment


1 pkg. Motor Spares
1 ctn. Elevator Parts
1 pc. Auto Spares
6 bales fencing pI ;ts
22 drums insecticide
1 outdoor motor
12 cs. Samples
2 cs. window glass
5 cs. Plastic bags
5 cs. Khaki Pants
2 cs. Typewriters
26 cylinders
17 pes. Glassware
3 bales piece goods

2 crates Regulators, etc.
120 pkgs. Building mat.



1 motor car


Collector of Customs.


10th May, 1963.


Printed at the Government Printinr Office. A titiuInLI, leward Islands.
by ROBaRT LINDSAY, Acting Governmuent Printer,-By Authority
1963.


[Price $1.22}


Nov. 30


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Dec. 13


478.00
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[May 23, 19(63



















No. 9 of 1963.









[L.S.]


Assessment of Compensation (Land
of Alvan Camacho) (Amendment).










I ASSENT.
I. G. TURBOTT,
Administrator.
13th May, 1963.


ANTIGUA.

No. 9 of 1963.


An Ordinance to amend
Compensation (Land
Ordinance, 1962.


the Assessment of
of Alvani Camacho)


[29th June, 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.
Assessment of Compensation (Land of Alvan
Camacho) (Amendment) Ordinance, 1963, .and
shall be read as one with the Assessment of
Compensation (Land of Alvan Camacho) Ordinance, s819,2.
1962, hereinafter called the principal Ordinance.


2. Section 2 of the principal Ordinance is
hereby amended by the deletion of the full-stop at
the end thereof and by the addition of the
following:-


ANTIGUA.


Amendment
of section 2 of
principal
Ordinance.



















ANTIGUA. 2


Assessment of Compensation (Land No. 9 of 1963.
of Alvan Camacho) (Amendment).


and a Board of Assessment for the
purpose of assessing compensation in respect
of the compulsory acquisition of the, lands
described in the said Schedule shall-
(a) be appointed and constituted in
accordance with the terms of the
Land Acquisition Ordi;'unce, 1958;
(b) have all the powers conferred upon a
Board of Assessment duly appointed
under the provisions of the Land
Acquisition Ordinance, 1958."
Retrospective 3. This Ordinance shall be deemed to have
effeot. had effect from the 29th day of June, 1962.


D. W. HURST,
Speak r,


Passed the Legislative Council this 3rc day of
May, 1963.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the COnine'l/.

















Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Islands
By ROBERT LINDSAY, Acting Governmint Printer.-by A'ilhoritv.
1963.


520-5.63.


[Price 7 cmits.j



















No. 24 of 1961. Cri'ninnl Pro cdufre Act (Amendment) VIRGIN
ISLANDS.
I ASSENT,
G. J. BRYAN,
Administrator. (5
31rst July, 19 4AY31

VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No. 24 of 1961.

An Ordinance to amend the Criminal Procedure
Act.
[31st July, 1961.] Cammenca.
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Criminal Short title.
Procedure Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1961, and cap, sl.
11,1945.
shall be read as one with the Criminal Procedure s. R.O1956.
Act, as amended, hereinafier called the Principal No. 22.
Ac.201966
Act. F;195s.
2. After section 66 of the Principal Act the Insertion of
new sections
following new sections shall be inserted:- in the Prin-
cipal Act.
"Recovery 6(7. (1) Where by virtue of any law
of Costs. in force in the Colony the Court makes
an order for the payment of costs
against any offender convicted on indict-
ment by the said Court, such Order
shall be enforced (except where the law
under which the order is made provides
some other method of enforcement) by
the issue of a writ of execution to levy
upon and sell the goods, chattles, lands
and tenements of the person against
whom the order is made; and in case
such person shall not have sufficient
goods, chattles, lands and tenements on
which a levy may be made to satisfy
such order, he shall undergo a sentence
of imprisonment with or without hard
labour for a period not exceeding twelve
months unless such costs are sooner



















VIGuIN 2 Criminal TFrocedurir Act (Amerndment) No. 24 of 1961.
ISLANIDS. (2) Where any offender convicted as
aforesaid has mad with an order of the Court for the pay-
ment of costs within the time hmited
therein for that purpose, a writ of
execution on the form in the Schedule
to this Act shall be issued against him
from the Registrar's Office to levy upon
and sell the goods chattels, lands and
tenements of such offender. The
writ, which shall be delivered to the
Provost Marshal, shall be his authority
for levying and recovering the sum due
for the said costs, and for taking into
custody the body of the said offender in
case sufficient goods, chattle, lands and
tenements shall not be found whereon
levy may be made.
Power of 68. (1) Where any offender is con-
fine on evicted by the Court for felony (not being
conviction a felony the sentence for which is fixed
of felony by law) the Court shall have power to
fine the offender in lieu of or in addition
to dealing with him in any other man-
ner in which the Court has power to
deal with him.
(2) For the purposes of this section,
the expression "a felony the sentence
for which is fixed by law" means a
felony for which the Court is required
to sentence the offender to death or
imprisonment for life or to detention
during Her Majesty's pleasure.
Powers of 69. (1) Subject to the provisions
Court in
relation of this section, where a fine is imposed
to fines, by the Court an order may be made in
accordance with the provisions of this
section-
(a) allowing time f or
the payment of the amount
of the fine;
(b) directing payment of
the said amount by instal-
ments of such amount and



















No. 24 of 1961. Criminal Procedure Art Amendment 3 VIRGIN
ISLANDS.
on such dates respectively as
may be specified in the order;
(c) fixing a term of im-
prisonment which the person
liable to make the payment is
to undergo'if any sum which
he is liable to pay is not duly
paid or recovered:
Provided that any term
of imprisonment fixed under
this subsection in default of
payment of a fine shall not
exceed twelve months.
(2) Any order made under this
section providing for any such matters
as are mentioned in paragraph (a) or
paragraph (b) of the foregoing subsec-
tion may be made by the Court upon
an application in writing to the Regis-
trar and may amend any previous order
made under this section so far as it
provides for those matters:
Provided that no application shall be
made under this subsection after the
refusal of a previous application made
thereunder.
(3) Where any person liable for the
payment of a fine to which this section
applies is sentenced by the Court to, or
is serving or otherwise liable to serve,
a term of imprisonment, the Court may
order that any term of imprisonment
fixed under paragraph (c) of subsection
(1) of this section shall not begin to
run until after the end of the first-
mentioned term of imprisonment.

70. (1) Save as is otherwise provided incidential
provisions
in subsec' ion (3) of this section, all fines as to fines.
payable by virtue of the last foregoing
section shall be paid to the Registrar
who shall issue a receipt therefore, and
where default is made in payment, of



















VIRGIN 4 Criminal Procedure Act (Amendment) No. 24 of 1961.
ISLANDS.
the fine or any instalment thereof, the
the Registrar shall cause a warrant to
issue against the defaulter committing
him to prison. The warrant shall be
in the form set out in the Schedule to
this Act.

(2) Where an order is made directing
payment of a fine by instalments and
default is made in the payment of any
one instalment, the same proceedings
may be taken as if default has been made
in payment of all the inslalments then
remaining unpaid.

(3) Where an order is made fixing
a-term of imprisonment in default of
payment of a fine, then-

(a) on payment of the
fine to the Registrar, or (if
the person in respect of whom
the order was made is in
prison) to the Keeper of the
Prison, the order shall cease
to have effect; and, if the said
person is in prison and is not
liable to be detained for any
other cause, he shall forthwith
be discharged.

(b) on payment to the
Registrar or to the Keeper of
the Prison of a part of the
fine, the total number of days
in the term of imprisonment
shall be reduced proportion-
ately, that is to say, by such
number of days as bears to the
said total number of days less
one day the proportion most
nearly approximating to,
without, exceeding, the pro-
portion which the part paid
bears to the amount of the fine.


















No. 24 of 1961 Criminal Procedure Act (Amendment) 5 VIIGli
ISLANDS.
(4) Any sums received by the Keeper of the
Prison under the last foregoing subsection shall be
paid by him to the Registrar."

3. The following Schedule and the forms, Addition of
therein shall be added at the end of the Principal new Schedule
to Principal
Act:- Act.
"SCHEDULE.



Writ of Execution.

(L.S.) In the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands.

Virgin Islands Circuit

ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace
of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britiain
and Northern Ireland, and of Her other Realms
and Territories Queen, Head of the Commonwealth,
Defender of the Faith.

To the Provost Marshal:

We command you that of the goods and chat-
tels and lands and tenements of A.B. of ,
you cause to be levied the sum of $ which
said sum of money the said A.B. was by a judge-
ment of our said Supreme Court, bearing date the
day of adjudged to pay for costs
and, in case you cannot find sufficient goods and
chattels and lands and tenements of the said A.B.
then, you are to take the body of the said A.B. and
lodge him in Her Majesty's Prison in Road Town
in this Colony for a period of months unless the
said sum of $ be sooner paid, for which you
will be answerable, and have you then and there
this writ.

Witness the Honourable Chief Justice of Our
Supreme Court the day 19

Registrar of the Supreme Court.
Virgin Islands Circuit.


















VIRGIN 6 Cr mi oal Procedure Act (Amendment) No. 24 of 1961
ISL HANDS.
Warrant of Committal.


In the Supreme Court of the Windward Is-
lands and Leeward Islands.

Virgin Islands Circuit.

To each and all the constables of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.

and the
(L.S.) Keeper of Her Majesty's Prison in the
said Colny.
The Queen
V. s.
A. B.

A. B. hereinafter called the accused this day
(or on the day of ) convicted by the
Supreme Court of The Windward Islands and Lee-
ward Islands sitting in the Virgin Islands Circuit
of the offence of

and ordered by the said Court to pay a fine (here
set forth the adjudication shortly)

And the accused has (Paid part of the said fine, to
wit, the amount of $ but has) made default
in payment (of a balance of $ ) It is ordered
that the accused be imprisoned in Her Majesty's
Prison aforesaid and there kept for the space of
(months) (weeks) (days) unless the said fine
(balance) be sooner paid.

You the said constables are hereby commanded to
take the accused and convey him to the said Prison
and there deliver him to the Keeper thereof together
with this warrant; and ou the Keeper of the said
Prison are hereby authorised to receive the accused
into your custody, and keep him for the space of
(months) (weeks) (days) unless the said fine
(balance) be sooner paid to you the Keeper of the



















No. 24 of 1961 Criminal Pr'ocedure Act (Amendment) 7 VIRGIN

said Prison, you shall forthwith discharge the ac- ISLADS.
caused from your custody unless he is liable to be
detained in the said Prison for any other cause.

Dated the day of
19
By order of the Court.


Registrar of the Supreme Court.
Virgin Islands Circuit.

Fine ..................... $
Amount paid............$


Imprisonment
in default........$ "


G. J. BRYAN,
President.


Passed the Legislative Council this 27th day of July,
1961.
RALPH T. O'NEAL,
Clerk of the Council.


















Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leewnrd Islands,
by ROBERT LINDSAY, Acting Government Printer-By Authority.
1963.


[Price 17 oents]


420-5.63


















No. 1 of 1963. Trade Licences VIRGoI
IS



[L.S.] MAY 31
I ASSENT,
M. S. STAVELEY,
Administrator.
12th January, 1963.




VIRGIN ISANDS

No. 1 of 1963.
An Ordinance to govern the issue of licenses to
persons lengged in tr,"d an-l commerce, travel-
ling agents and [,edlturs, and for purposes
connected therewith.
[lst January, 1)63.1 Commenoe
M- ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Trade short title.
Licences Ordinance, 1963.
2. In this Ordinance, unless the context Interpre-
otherwise requires- station
"non-resident "means-
(1) in relation to an individual, a person
other than-

(a) a person born in the Colony, or

(b) a person born outside the Colony
but who has resided in the
Colony for the space of five
consecutive years immediately
preceding the application for a
lic lice under this Ordinance or
has on cnrvrying oi business
continuCusl v in the Colony for
the space of one year immedi-


















VIaRQI 2 Irade Licences No. 1 of 1963.
ISLANDS.
ately preceding the coming into
operation of this Ordinance and
in respect of which business he
applies for ia licence under the
provisions of this Ordinance;
(2) in relation to a firm, a firm, other than
a firm which has carried on business
in the Colony for the space of one
year immediately preceding the com-
ing into operation of this Ordinance,
of which more than twenty per
centum of the capital employed there-
in is owned by a non-resident
individual or company;
pedlarr" means ia person who carries, offers
or exposes for sale any goods, not being
the growth, produce or manufacture of the
Colony, otherwise than in a building;
prescribed means prescribed by this
Ordinance;
"tr a v e 11 i n g agent" means a non-resident
individual who takes, solicits or receives
orders for anything capable of being sold,
bartered, traded'in or exchanged for and
on his own behalf or on behalf of any
individual, firm (or company, and includes
a non-resident individual employee or a
canvasser of an insurance company or a
person carrying on insurance business,
canvassing for or soliciting insurance
business;
"Treasurer" means the officer for the time
being performing the duties of the
Treasurer of the Colony and includes any
Treasury or Post Office Officer duly
authorised in writing by the Treasurer to
act on his behalf.
Trade licences, 3. No person, whether as owner or manager
or otherwise shall carry on business as a merchant,
store-keeper or shop-keeper in or upon any building
or premises whatsoever without first having obtained
a trade licence from the Treasurer in respect of such



















No. 1 of 1963. Trade Licences. 3 vx,
ISLANDS.
building or premises, and any person carrying on
such business without having first obtained such
licence shall be guilty of an offence against this
Ordinance: Provided that no such licence shall be
required in respect of any building or premises
wherein only livestock or produce of, or thing made
or manufactured in, the Colony or only intoxicating
liquor is sold.

4. A trade licence shall apply to one mercan- Trade licnce
tile establishment, store or shop and no more. to apply to
one establish-
ment.
5. The Treasurer or any police officer may Production
enter any mercantile establishment, store or shop and of trade
demand the production of the licence for inspection; licence.
and any merchant, store-keeper or shop-keeper or
any person in charge of such mercantile establish-
ment, store or shop, refusing, failing or neglecting
to produce such licence shall be guilty of an offence
against this Ordinance.
6. (1) Any person who carries on the business Travelling
of a travelling agent without having first obtained a agent's
licence in that behalf from the Treasurer shall be licence.
guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.
(2) A travelling agent's licence may be taken
out in the name of either the travelling agent or the
individual, firm, or company for and on behalf of
whom the travelling agent is acting.
7. Any person who carries on the business of Pedlar's
a pedlar without having first obtained a licence in that licence.
behalf from the Treasurer shall be guilty of an offence
against this Ordinance.
8. The Treasurer or any police officer may Production
demand the production of a travelling agent's or oftrayeliirn
pedlar's licence for inspection; and any person p",'sand
carrying on the business of a travelling agent or licenses.
pedlar refusing, failing or neglecting to produce such
licence for inspection when called upon so to do shall
be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.
9. An application for a licence under this Application
Ordinance shall be in writing in the prescribed form, :,l~eA.o
and an applicant for a trade or pedlar's licence shall
at the time of his application make the prescribed


















oVIRG 4 Trade Licenc: s No. 1 of 1963.
ISLANDS,
declaration; and it shall be lawful for the Treasurer
at the time of such application to question any appli-
cant in regard to any particulars in respect of which
such declaration is required to be made.
Fees for 10. (1) On the issue of a licence under this
licenses.
Schedule B. Ordinance, the applicant shall pay to the Treasurer
the prescribed fee.
(2) In respect of a licence issued after the 31st
day of March in any year, there shall be paid a sum
bearing to the prescribed fee the same proportion as
the unexpired portion of the year bears to the whole
year, and for the purpose of computing such propor-
tion every portion of a quarter of the year shall be
counted as a quarter.

Formof license. 11. A licence issued under this Ordinance shall
Schedule C. be in the prescribed form.
Duration of 12. A licence issued under this Ordinance
shall remain in force until the 31st day of December
in the year in which it is issued.
Transfer of 13. The Treasurer may transfer any trade or
lo dupliA1ta, pedlar's licence granted under this Ordinance to the
appointee of the licensee, or in the event of the death
of the licensee to his personal representative, or to
the appointee of such personal representative, and
such transfer shall be made by endorsement on the
Schedule D. original licence in the prescribed form.

Obstructing 14. Any person who resists, opposes, molests,
an offence. hinders cr obstructs the Treasurer or any police
officer in the performance of any duty auithorised by
this Ordinance shall be guilty of an offence against
this Ordinance.

Penalty. 15. Any person who commits an offence
against this Ordinance shall where no special penalty
is provided be liable on summary conviction to a fine
not exceeding three hundred dollars in the currency
of the United States of America or to imprisonment
with or without hard labour for a term not exceeding
six months and in addition thereto may be ordered
to pay any fee for which he is liable under this



















Nio. 1 of 1963. Trade Licences 5 VRg

Ordinance; and the pay men t of such fee shall be
enforced in the manner provided by the Magistrate's cap. 61.
Code of Procedure Act for the enforcing of the
payment of a fine or order made on complaint.
16. Any person who makes any declaration Penalty for
required to be made by this Ordinance knowing the false declra.
Stion or deceit
same to be false in any material particular or makes of Treasurer.
an attempt to deceive the Treasurer in regard to such
declaration shall be liable-
(a) on summary conviction to impri-
sonment with or without hard
labour for a term not exceeding
six months, or to a fine not
exceeding three hundred dollars
in the currency of the United
States of America;
(b) on conviction on indictment to
imprisonment with or without
hard labour for a term not ex-
ceeding one year, and in the case
of a second or subsequent offence
to imprisonment with or without
hard labour for a term not ex-
ceeding two years, or to a fine
not exceeding six hundred
dollars in the currency of the
United States of America or to
both s u c h imprisonment and
fine.
17. No licence issued under this Ordinance sal. of
shall authorise the sale of intoxicating liquor or any intoxicating
other matter for the sale of which a licence is re- anthorised
quired by any other Act or Ordinance for the time by licence.
being in force in the Colony.
18. This Ordinance shall be deemed to have Commence-
come into operation on the 1st day of January, 1963. meIt.
M. S. STAVELEY,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this 10th day of
January, 1963.
J. M. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.



















VIra4I 6 Trade Licences No. 1 of 1963.
ISLANDS.
SCHEDULE A.
(Section 9.)
FORM OF APPLICATION FOR LICENCE.
To the Treasurer.
I, of
hereby make application for na* licence on
behalf of myself
PARTICULARS.t
1. State with particularity the
nature of the business carried on, and
whether goods are imported direct.
2. State where the business is
carried on, and if at any more than
one premises, where each such premises
is situate.

3. If the application is made by
an individual, state-
(a) if born in the Colony when
born and where, and
(b) if born outside the Colony-
(i) length of time immedi-
ately preceding this ap-
plication during which
you have continuously
resided within the Col-
ony, and

(ii) length of time immedi-
ately preceding the 1st
day of January, 1963,
during which you have
carried on business in
the Colony.

Note- State nature of licence applied for.

t In the case of an application for a travelling agent's
licence, the particulars need not he filled in, nok
need the declaration be made,



















Trade Licences


ISLANDS.


4. If the application is made on
behalf of a firm, state-

(a) when and where each member
of the firm was born;

(b) if any member of the firm is
born outside the Colony-

(i) the length of time im-
mediately preceding this
application during which
each member has con-
tinuously resided in the
Colony;

(ii) the length of time im-
mediately preceding the
1st day of January,
1963, during which each
such member has been
carrying on business in
the Colony; and

(iii) the percentage of capital
employed in the business
of such firm owned by
each such member.

I hereby declare that the foregoing particulars are true
and correct.


Dated the day of


(Signed)

SCHEDULE B.


(Section 10.)


1. For a trade licence in respect
of a mercantile establishment, store or
shop owned, managed or controlled by $300 per annum in
a non-resident individual or firm, or in the currency of the
which a non-resident individual or firm United States of
is financially interested ....America.


No. I of 1963


















VIRGIN
ISLAI DS.


No. 1 of 1963.


2. For a trade licence in respect
of a mercantile establishment, store or
shop not falling within item 1 of this
Schedule-
(a) where the management im-
port goods direct for one
store or shop where the
amount or value of the stock
or merchandise therein-
(i) does not exceed $250 in $2.00 per annum in
the currency of the the currency of the
United States of America... United States of
America.
(ii) exceeds $250 in the cur-
rency of the United
States of America but $5.00 per annum in
does not exceed $2,000 the currency of the
in the currency of the United States of
United States of America.America.
(iii) exceeds $2,000 in the $10.00 per annum in
currency of the United the currency of the
States of America ..United States of
America.
(iv) for each additional store $5.00 per annum in
or shop ....the currency of the
United States of
America.
(b) in any other case ...$1.50 per annum in
the currency of the
United States of
Amerioa.
3. For a travelling agent's licence. $25 per annum in
the currency of the
United States of
America.
4. For a pedlar's licence in re- $150 per annum in
aspect of a non-resident individual -the currency of the
United States of
America.
5. For a pedlar's licence in $1.00 per annum in
respect of an individual not falling the currency of the
within item 4 of thiii Schedule, to United States of
carry and expose for sale any goods.America.


7rade Licences




















No. 1 of 1963.


Virgin Islands.
No.


Trade Licences

SCHEDULE C.
(Section 11.)
Trade Licence.


is hereby licensed to sell and expose
for sale goods, wares, merchandise and provisions in a -
building situate at in the of


between the day of
19
Dated the day of

Virgin Islands.
No.
of
hereby licensed to carry on
between the day of
19
Dated the day of

Virgin Islands.
No.
of
hereby licensed to carry on
day of 1


19 and the day of


Treasurer.


Travelling Agent's Licence.

is
the business of a travelling agent
,19 and the day of


Treasurer.


, 19


Pedlar's Licence.


is
business of a pedlur between the
9 and the day of


Dated the day of


Treasurer.


, 19


SCHEDULE D.
(Section 13.)
TRANSFER OF LICENCE.
Virgin Islands.
No.
I do hereby upon the application of
transfer this licence to of
for the residue of the term for which it is to remain in force.
Dated the day of 19
7 treasurer.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua Leeward Islands.
by ROBERT LINDSAY, Acting Government Printer.-By Authority
1963.


9 VIRGIN
ISLANDS.


420-5.63.


[Price 21 cents.]


























1962 No. 2185 '

COPYRIGHT

The Copyright (Virgin Islands) Order 19

Made ... 2nd October 1962
Laid before Parliament ... 8th October 1962
Coming into Operation ... 11th October 1962

At the Court at Balmoral, the 2nd day of October 1962

Present

The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council

Her Majesty, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, and
by virtue of the authority conferred upon Her by section 31 of the
Copyright Act 1956(a), and of all other powers enabling Her in that
behalf, is pleased to direct, and it is hereby directed, as follows:-

1. The provisions of the Copyright Act 1956 specified in Part I
of the First Schedule hereto shall extend to the Virgin Islands subject
to the modifications specified in Part II of that Schedule.

2. The Copyright (International Convention) Order 1957(b) as
amended(o), the Copyright (Int-rnational Conventions) (Argentina)
Order 1958(d), the Copyright (International Organisations) Order
1957(e) as amended(f), and the Copyright (Broadcasting Organisations)
Order 1961(g) (being Orders in Council made under Part V of the said
Act) shall extend to the Virgin Islands subject to the relevant modifi-
cations specified in the Second Schedule hereto.

3. The Interpretation Act 1889(h) shall apply to the interpreta-
tion of this Order as it applies to the interpretation of an Act of
Parliament.

4. This Order may be cited as the Copyright (Virgin Islands)
Order 1962 and shall come into operation on 11th October 1962.

W. G. Agnew,


(a) 4 & 5 Eliz. 2. c. 74. (b) S.I. 1957/1523 (1057 I, p. 474).
(c) s6.. 1958/1264,2184. 1960/200 1961/1496, 2461.1962/3!97. 628, 1641, 2183 (1958 I,
pp. 358,360:; 1960 I, p. 772; 196; II. p. 3040. Ill p. 4507: 1I q2 1. pp. 348. 631, II, p.
1907).
(d) S I. !958/135 (1958 I, p. 361). (e) S.I. 1957/1524 (1957 I, p. 483).
( f ) S.I. 1968/1052 (1958 I, p. 363. (g) S.I. 1961/2460, (1961 III, p. 4505),
(h) 62 & 53 Viet. 63.


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FIRST SCHEDULE.
PART I

Provisions of the Copyright Act 1956 extended to the Virgin Islands
All the provisions of the Copyright Act 1956 as amended by the
Dramatic and Musical Performers' Protectioi, Act 1958(a) and the
Films Act 1960 (b), except sections 23 to 30, sections 32, 34, 35, 42 and
44 and the Fourth and Fifth Schedules.
PART II

Modifications to the provisions extended
The provisions mentioned in the first column in the following
table shall be modified in the manner specified in the second column.


Provision Modification


Section 7 ... For the references to the Board of Trade there shall be
substituted references to the Administrator in Coun-
cil.
Section 8 ... In subsections (1) and (10), for United Kingdom"
there shall be substituted Virgin Islands ":
in subsection (2), for the references to a farthing there
shall be substituted references to .3 cent in the
currency of the United States of America, and for
the references to three farthings there shall be sub-
stituted references to .9 cent of the same currency;
for subsection (3) there shall be substituted the follow-
ing:-
(3) If at any time the Board of Trade by order
made under this subsection in its operation in the
law of the United Kingdom prescribe for the pur-
poses of this section either generally or in relation
to any one or more classes of records, any different
rate of, or minimum amount of, royalty the provi-
sions of this section shall be construed subject to the
provisions of any such order as is for the time being
in force, provided that any reference in any such
order to, a sum of money shall be const rued as a
reference to the equivalent sum in the currency of
legal tender in the Virgin Islands as provided by
any law of the Virgin Islands. ";
in subsection (4), for paragraph (a) there shall be sub-
stituted the following:
"(a) the minimum amount of royalty shall be .9
cent in the currency of the United States of America
in respect of each of those works; and ";
in subsection (11), for references to the Board of Trade
there shall be substituted references to the Adminis-
trator in Council.


(a) 6 & 7 Bliz. 2. c, 44.


(b) 8 & 9 Eliz, 2. 0. 57.


























Provision Modification


For subsection (5) there shall be substituted the follow-
ing :-
(5) For the purposes of this section a design
shall be taken as being applied industrially if it is
applied in the circumstances for the time being
prescribed by rules made by the Board of Trade
under section thirty-six of the Registered Designs
Act 1949, as extended by this section in the law of
the United Kingdom.".

In subsection (6), for United Kingdom" there shall
be substituted Virgin Islands ".

For subsection (3) there shall be substituted the follow-
ing:-
(3) Copyright subsisting in a cinematograph film
by virtue of this section shall continue to subsist
until the fili is published and thereafter until the
end of the period of fifty years from the end of the
calendar year which includes the date of its first
publication and shall then expire, or, if copyright
subsists in-the film by virtue only of the last preceding
subsection, it shall continue to subsist as from the
date of first publication until the end of the period
of fifty years from the end of the calendar year
which includes that date and shall then expire.";
in subsection (8), for any such film as is mentioned in
paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of section thirty-eight
of the Films Act 1960 (which relates to newsreels)"
there shall be substituted any film consisting wholly
or mainly of photographs which, at the time they
were taken, were means of communicating news";
subsection (11) shall be omitted.

In subsection (4), for Board of Trade" there shall be
substituted Administrator in Council ".

There shall be inserted, after subsection (4), the follow-
ing subsection:-
"(4A) No action in respect of an infringement of
copyright shall be commenced after the expiration
of a period of more than six years from the date at
which the right of action accrued.":
subsectiln (6) shall be omitted.
In subsection (1), for the proviso there -hall be sub-
stituted the following:-
I'rovided that where a cause ot action in respect
of thzi conversion or detention by any p, rson of any
such copy or plate has accrued under this subsection
to the owner of the copyright, and notwithstanding
that before he recovers possession of such copy or plate


Section 10 ......









Section 12 ....


Section 13 ...




















Section 15 ...


Section 17 ...






Section 13 ...

























Modification


Provision











Section 21 ...














Section 22 ...



















Section 31 ...


a further conversion or detention takes place, othe
owner of the copyright shall not be entitled to any
rights or remedies under this subsection in respect
of anything done in relation to that copl or plate
after the expiration of six years from the accrual of
the cause of action in respect of the original conver-
sion or detention.";
subsection (4) shall be omitted.

In subsections (1) and (6), for "United Kingdom" there
shall be substituted "Virgin Islands ";
in subsection (7), for "forty Ilillings" there shall be
substituted 5.6 dollars iii the currency of the
United States of America":
in subsections (7) and (8) for fifty pounds" there shall
be substituted "140 dollars in the currency of the
United States of America":
for subsection (10) there shall be substituted the
following:-

"(10) An appeal shall lie to the Supreme Court
of the Windward Islands and Leeward Islands from
any order made under the last preceding subsection
a court of summary jurisdiction.".

In subsection (1), for "the Commissioners of Customs and
Excise (in this section referred to as the Commis-
sioners")" there shall be substituted the Treasurer"
and for subsequent references in the section to the
Commissioners there shall be substituted references
to the said Treasurer;
in subsections (2) and (3), for United Kingdom there
shall be substituted "Virgin Islands ";
in subsection (4), after regulations ", where that word
first occurs, there shall b- inserted subject to the
approval of the Administrator in Council ":
for subsection (6) there shall be substituted the
following:-

(6) Any fees paid in pursuance of regulations
made under this section shall be treated as monies
collected on account of the general revenue.";
in subsection (7), for the references to the Customs and
Excise Act 1952 there shall be substituted references
to the Customs Ordinance 1892.

Subsections (1) and (2) shall h)e omitted;
in subsection (4), for United Kingdom there shall be
substituted Virgin Islinds and for in a country "
there shall be substituted "in the United Kingdom
or in any country other than the Virgin Islands".

























Modification.


For subsection (1) there shall be substituted the
following:-
(1) An organisation to which this section applies
is one declared to be such by an Order in Council
maue under this section as part of the law of the
United Kingdom which has been extended, it
relation to that organisation, to the Virgin Islands."

Subsection (4) shall be omitted.


... In


subsection (8), for "section three of the Crown
Proceedings Act 1947 there shall be substituted
" section five of the Crown Proceedings Ordinance
1955 ".


Subsection (3) shall be omitted;
in subsection (4), for either of two last preceding sub-
sections there shall be substituted "the last preced-
ing subsection" and "or the programme to be
transmitted, as the case may be" shall be omitted;
in subsection (5), the references to a work shall be
omitted.

For subsection (7) there shall be substituted the
following:-
"(7) In this section-
school means a primary or secondary school
within the provisions of the Education
Ordinance 1955;
and
"duplicating process means any process involv-
ing the use of an applicance for produc-
ing multiple copies.".

In subsections (2), (4) and (6), for United Kingdom "
there shall be substituted Virgin Islands ".

Subsection (1) shall be omitted;
in subsection (2), (including any enactment of the
Parliament of Northern Ireland)" shall be omitted.
The whole section except subsection (4) shall be omitted;
in subsection (4), or rules shall be omitted.
In subsection (1), there shall be added the following
definitions:-
" Administrator means the person for the time
being holding the office of Administrator of the
Virgin Islands and includes any person for the time
being performing the functions of that office and,
to the extent to which a deputy appointed under
article five of the Virgin Islands Letters Patent 1959
id authorised to perform these functions, that deptuy;


. Provision.


.Section 33 ...


Section 37

Section 39


Section 40 ...







Section 41


Section 43 ...


Section 46 ...


Section 47 ...

Section 48 ...


























Mo


"Administrator in Council" means, save as other- .
wise provided by Letters Patent under the Great Seal
of the United Kingdom or by Instructions under
the Royal Sign Manual and Signet, the Administrator
acting with the advice of the Executive Council of
the Virgin Islands, and to such extent as may be
provided by any such Letters Patent or Instructions,
in accordance with that advice, but pot n,-cessarily
in such Council assembled;
Treasurer means the Treasurer of the Virgin
Islands.";
in subsection (4), for "United Kingdom there shall be
substituted Virgin Islands ".
In subsection (2), for "United Kingdom" there shall lie
substituted Virgin Islands ".

For subsection (2) there shall be substituted the
following :-
(2) (a) Any provision of this Act empowering the
Administrator in Council or the Treasurer to make
regulations shall come into operation on the com-
mencement of the Order in Council extending that
provision to the Virgin Islands.
(b) All the other provisions of this Act shall come
into operation on 11th February 1963.";
subsection (3) shall be omitted.
In paragraph 2, for "section seven of the Act of 1949 "
there shall be substitute section two of the United
Kingdom Designs (Protection) Act 1930 of the
Leeward Islands Legislature ".

Paragraphs 25, 26, 40 and 41 hall b1' omitted;
in paragraph 46, for "United Kingdom" there shall be
substituted Virgin Islands ".
For the table therein set out there shall be substituted
the following:-
ENACTMENTS REPUALIED


Session and
Chapter


1 &i 2 Geo. 5.
o. 46.
18 & 19 Gee. 5.
c. lii.


Short Title


Extent of
Repeal


The Copyright Act The whole Act.
1911.
The Copyright Order The whole Act.
Confirmation
(Mechanical Instru-
ments: Royalties)
Act 1928.


Section 49 ...


Section 51 ...









First
Schedule



Seventh
Schedule ...

Ninth
Schedule ...


Provision.


edification.
























SCHEDULE SCHEDULE

Modifications to the Orders in Council extended by Article 2
1. Modification to all the Orders in Council:-

Any reference in any of the Orders to its commencement shall be
deemed to be a reference to 11th February 1963.
2. Modifications to the Copyright (International Conventions)
Order 1957:-
(1) In Article 1, for United Kingdom there shall be substituted
" Virgin Islands ".
(2) In Article 2, for the reference to the making of the Order there
shall be substituted a reference to its extension to the Virgin Islands.
(3) In Article 3, for United Kingdom there shall be substituted
"Virgin Islands ".

(4) In the Fourth Schedule, paragraph 5 shall be omitted.
3. Modidification to the Copyright (International Conventions)
(Argentina) Order 1958:-
In the Schedule, paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be omitted.


EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This Note is not part of the Order, but is intended
to indicate its general purport.)

This Order extends the provisions of the Copyright Act 1956, with
certain exceptions and modifications, to form part of the law of the
Virgin Islands.
The Order also extends to form part of the law of that country four
Orders in Council, as amended, made under the provisions of the Copy-
right Act. Works originating in the countries specified in the Copyright
(International Conventions) Order 1957 as amended, and Argentina,
works produced by the international organizations specified in the
Copyright (International Organisations) Order 1957 as amended, and
broadcasts to the public made in countries to which section 14 of the
Copyright Act has been extended by Order in Council will now enjoy
in the Virgin Islands protection similar to that which they at present
enjoy in the Unitid Kingdom and broadcasts made in the Virgin Islands
will enjoy similar proctf-ction in each of those countries to which the
Copyright (Broadcasting Organisations) Order 1961 has been extended.




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Convention


FORl
The Exchange of Postal Money Orders
BETWEEN
The Postal Administrations of the United States
AND
The Colony of British Virgin Islands, West Indies
The Post Office Department of the United States of America
and the Postal Administration of the British Virgin Islands be-
ing desirous of establishing a system of exchange of Money
Orders between the two countries, to take the place of the
Convention between the United States of America and the
Leeward Islands, which was signed at Washington on the fifth
day of August 1921, and at St. John's Antigua, on the 29th
day of September, 1921, the undersigned, duly authorized for
that purpose, have agreed upon the following articles.
ARTICLE I
ISSUE
The transfer of sums of money may be made by means of
Postal Money Orders from British Virgin Islands to the United
States and its possessions and from the United States and its
possessions, excepting the Canal Zone (Isthmus of Panama) to
British Virgin Islands.
ARTICLE II
FORM, MAXIMUM, ETC.
Sec. 1. The Money Orders issued in the United States
and its possessions for payment in British Virgin Islands shall
conform, as nearly as practicable, to Model A hereto annexed,
and the money orders issued in the Virgin Islands for payment
in the United States and its possessions shall in like manner con-
form to Model B ", also hereto annexed.
Sec. 2. Each order shall be delivered to the remitter to
be forwarded to the payee, by and at the expense of the remitter.
Sec. 3. In filling up the Money Order and receipt of
payment, the writing must be in English language, and in Roman
letters and Arabic numerals without erasure, alteration or obliter-
ation, and no order shall contain a fraction of a cent.
Sec. 4. The maximum amount of each Money Order is
fixed at one hundred dollars.




















Sec. 5. The Monev Orders issued in the United States
for payment in British Virgin Islands si:i.ll be drawn in [ nited
States currency (dollars and cents), amid the Money Orders
issued in British Virgin Islands for payment in the United States
shall express the amount in words as well as in figures in dollars
and cents. The amount in Sterling money deposited by remitters
may also be entered in the Orders issued in British Virgin
Islands.
ARTICLE III
TRANSMITTAL OF PAID ORDERS ON A BASIS OF SETTLEMENT.
Sec. 1. The monthly lists of paid orders, quarterly
accounts and remittances hereinafter provided for, shall be ex-
changed directly between the Postal .Administration of the
United States on the one hand, and the Postmaster General of the
British Virgin Islands on the other.

2. On the 1st of each month (or the next succeeding day
if such date falls on Sunday), each Adtiministration shall prepare
in duplicate a lists of all Money Orders, which have been paid
at, and received from its Post Offices since the prior accounting.

Sec. 3. These lists must exhibit in detail the serial num-
bers printed on the Orders and the amount of each Order. The
sum total of each sheet of paid orders must be stated in the
summary attached to the list, in dollars and cents.

Sec.' 4. The lists shall be numbered consecutively through
the fiscal year beginning with number 1 on the 1st of July of
each year in the case of the United States and its possessions
and on the 1st of January in the case of the British Virgin
Islands.

Sec. 5. On the part of the United States, one certified
copy of a list embracing the paid order originating in British
Virgin Islands shall be sent to the Colonial Postmaster of the
British Virgin Islands and on the part of the British Virgin
Islands, one certified copy of a list embracing all orders origina-
ting in the United States and paid in British Virgin Islands
shall be sent by the Colonial Postmaster to such office of the
United States Post Office Department as the Postmaster General
of the United States shall designate.

Sec. 6. Each list shall be accompanied by all paid orders
entered therein, and shall be forwarded by registered mail.




















Sec. 7. Each Administration shall promptly acknowledge
to the other the receipt of each list, and shall as soon after receipt
as possible, give notice of any errors which may have been
discovered therein.
Sec. 8. In case paid Money Orders returned to the Ad-
ministration which issued the Orders, be lost or destroyed in
transit bN mail, it i, agreed that a certified copy of the
corresponding list presented by the Administration which made
the transmittal, shall within a reasonable time be accepted as a
satisfactory voucher und evidence of payment of the orders
described therein.
ARTICLE IV
CURRENCY
Sec. 1. The amounts of orders passing in both directions
shall be expressed in United States currency (Article 2) and in
consideration of the fluctuations of the rate of exchange between
the two countries it is agreed that the Postal Administration of
British Virgin Islands shall from time to time, in accordance
with circumstances, establish and announce the rate of conversion
of its own money into that of the United States, as well as the
rate for conversion of the amounts of United States orders in the
money of the paying country.
Sec. 2. The United States Post Office Department will
be duly advised of every change in the rate for the conversion
of the amounts of its own issued orders into the money of the
paying country as well as of changes in tha rates for conversion
of orders issued in British Virgin Islands for payment in the
United States.
ARTICLE V
FEES
Sec. 1. A fee, to be fixed by the country of origin, shall
be collected from the remitter upon each sum uf money trans-
mitted under this convention.
Sec. 2. Each Post Office Department shall communicate
to the other the tariff or schedule of the fees to be established
by it under the provisions of this article, and also any subse-
quent change therein.
Sec. 3. The person entitled to payment of a Money
Order issued in pursuance of this Convention shall not be
subjected, under any pretex whatever, to any commission or tax
on account of the payment of such order.




















Sec. 4. There shall be but one scale of fees for the issue
in the United States of orders payable in British Virgin Island;,
as well as for the issue in the British Virgin Islands of orders
pa' able in the United States.

See. 5. Each of the contracting offices shall keep the fees
which it receives for Money Orders issued within its jurisdiction,
and no commission or charge will be made by either Administra-
tion for any services performed in connection with the exchange
of Money Orders.
ARTICLE VI
MONEY ORDER OFFICES
Each Post Office Department reserves the right to designate
the post offices of its country which may be authorized to issue
and pay money orders under the provisions of this Convention.
ARTICLE VII
PAYMENT

The Orders drawn in pursuance of this Convention shall be
subject, as regards payment, to the regulations that govern the
payment of domestic money orders in the country of payment.
Each Administration shall be responsible for the payments made
within its territory.
ARTICLE VIII
INVALID ORDERS

Sec. 1. The Money Orders issued in pursuance of this
Convention shall be valid until the expiration of twelve months
from the last day of the month in which issued.

See. 2. Payment of the amount of an invalid Order may
be made by means of a duplicate to be issued by the Administra-
tion of the country of origin.
ARTICLE IX
DUPLICATES

Orders lost or destroyed will be replaced by duplicates to
be issued by the Administration of that country of origin on ,the
receipt of a request from the purchaseror holder of the purchaser's
receipt.




















ARTICLE X


REPAYMENTS

A money order or a duplicate thereof may be paid to the
purchaser, payee or endorsee upon presentation.

ARTICLE XI
ACCOUNTS, BALANCES

Sec. 1. Within six weeks after the close of each fiscal
quarter, two copies of an Account similar to Model C hereto
annex( d, shall be prepared and transmitted to such office of the
United States Post Office Department as the Postmaster General
of the United States shall designate by the Postmaster General
of the British Virgin Islands, exhibiting the balance due on the
exchange of Money Orders during tile quarter, one copy of which,
after proper verification, and acknowledgment shall be returned
to the Postmaster General of the British Virgin Islands.

(a) If this verified Account shows a balance in favour
of the British Virgin Islands the Post Office Department of
the United States will transmit therewith a check drawn on
the Tieasurer of the United States in favour of the Post-
master General of the British Virgin Islands for the amount
of said balance due.

(b) If on the other hand, said Account shows a balance
in favour of the Post Office Department of the United
States, t'ien the Postmaster General of the British Virgin
Islands will, upon receipt of the certified copy of the same,
transmit to the Post Office Department of the United States,
a bill of exchange for the amount thereof, payable in New
York in dollars.

Sec. 2. If, pending the settlement of an account, one of
the Postal Administrations shall ascertain that it owes the other
a balance exceeding one thousand dollars, the indebted Adminis-
tration shall promptly remit the approximate amount of such
balance to the credit of the other.

Sec. 3. The expenses attending the remittance of bills
of exchange shall invariably be borne by the office by which
payment is to be made.

























ARTICLE=XII
USE OF VOUCHERS
Each Administration agrees to place temporarily at tha
disposal of the other any paid Order the return of which shall
have been requested.
ARTICLE XIII
MODIFICATION oi DETAILS
The Contracting Administrations are authorized to make
such modifications in matters of detail connected with the execu-
tion of the provisions of this Convention as may be deemed
expedient, and mutually agreed upon, in order to provide for
greater security against fraud, or for the better working of the
system.
ARTICLE XIV
SUSPENSION OF CONVENTION
Each Administration is empowered, under extraordinary
circumstances which may be of a nature to warrant the measure,
to suspend temporarily the Money Order Service between the two
countries, provided, however, that notice of such suspension be
given to the other immediately and, if necessary, by means of
the telegraph.
ARTICLE XV
IN EFFECT
This Convention when duly signed, shall take effect on the
first day of July, 1957 and shall be in force until one year after
one of the contracting Administrations shall have notified the
other of its intention to terminate it. During such year the
Convention shall continue to be executed fully and entirely
without prejudice to the adjustment and payment of the accounts
after the expiration of the term in question.

























DONE in duplicate, and signed at Road Town, Tortola.
Virgin Islands on the 18th day of FEBRUARY, 1957 and at
Washington, D. C., on 14th day of MARCH 1957.
T. E. A. PERKINS
Administrator's Deputy
FOR THE POSTAL ADMINISTRATION OF THE
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS:



FOR THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT OF THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:
MAURICE H. STANDS
Acting Postmaster General

The foregoing Convention for the Exchange of Postal
Money Orders between the Postal Administration of the British
Virgin Islands has been negotiated and concluded with my advice
and consent and is hereby approved and ratified.
In Testimony whereof I have caused the Seal of the United
States of America to be hereunto affixed.



By the President


Secretary of State


Washington, May 9th, 1957





























MODEL "A"

UNITED STATES POSTAL MONEY ORDER

Not Payable for more than one Hundred
Dollars

Void If Altered

PAY AMOUNT IN THIS BLOCK -

BUT NOT
MORE THAN................... DOLLARS........
Information below to be filled in by Purchaser

P AY T o.....................................................
PA YEE'S NAME

F ROM .......................... ....................... ...........
PURCHASER'S NAME ( Issuing Office )

...... ..., H.. .... .... .. ........... .. .... ...... .. .... ...
PURCHASER'S STREET ADDRESS


PURCHASER'S GITY STATE

IF C. 0. D.
Enter No. here................ ................
Initial of
DO NOT FOLD, STAPLE, issuing Employee
SPINDLE OR MUTILATE


15-119 U.S. Postal *
000 Money Order


Purchaser's receipt
Fill in other side



DETACH AND HOLD
Purchaser assumes
responsibility for filling
in his name and address
and name of payee in
spaces provided on the
order
( issuing office )


(stamp) (stamp)
...................... ..........
Initial of issuing
employee


PAYEE MUST ENDORSE BELOW ON LINE MARKED PAYEE "

Ownership if this order may be transferred to another
person or firm if the payee will write the name of such
person or firm on the line marked pay to" before
writing his own came on the second line. More than one
endorsement is prohibited by law. Bank stamps are not
regarded as endorsements.

































0

CAUTION
Identification required
P A Y T O ..................................................................... .......

Payee
THIS RECEIPT MI'ST BE PRESENTED IN CASE OF LOSS
S EN T T o ................................................................. .........
A DDRESS..........................................................................
No Inquiry Accepted Prior to 30 days
From Date of Purchase.
























Stamp of issuing
Office








No.

Dollars Cents-





F ee ......................

itiil of yeine
Etiiiiyce


No.

Stamp of issuing
Office


. I.
"" -





Sent to..............

- at.... ..........

S Dollars Cents


SI


Fee.... ........
DETACH AND
HOLD


StW~'p of issuing BR. VIRGIN ISLANDS No.
Officer

OVERSEAS MONEY ORDER

Dollars Cents


POSTMASTER AT





Pay to the order of
WRITE IN WORDS
I 100 Dollars


R E M IT T E R ........... ..............................................................


POSTMASTER
S'w INSTRUCTIONS ON OTHER SIDE


























11


MODEL C".

STATEMENT OF EXCHANGE OF MONEY ORDERS.

BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.


F or the Q quarter en led ....................................... ...................... ... .........


To the credit of British Virgin Islands

Orders issued in the United States


Paid in British Virgin Islands


No. of Date of Amount.
List. List.




............. ............ ...... ...... ...... ...... .




Total of List ...






Balance due ...


Total ...


To the credit of the United States

Orders issued in British Virgin Islands


Paid in the United States


No. of Duae of
, List. List.









Total of List ...






Balance due ..


Total


Amount.





...... ...... ...... ......


I .


$ ................................................ B balance in favour of ...... ..........................


GENERAL POST OFFICE.


Fxamined and Accepted


D ate.......................... ...... ......................


Postmaster.



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VIRGIN ISLAND
-- MAY 311
STATUTORY RULES AND ORD
1962, No. 5.


THE PENSIONS (AMENDMENT No. -2) REGULATIONS, 1962
DATED 9TH OCTOBER, 1962 MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR
IN COUNCIL WITH THE SANCTION OF THE SECRETARY OF
STATE UNDER SECTION 3 OF THE PENSIONS ACT, 1947,
(No. 12 OF 1947) AS AMENDED.


1. Citation. These Regulations may be cited as the
Pensions (Amendment No. 2) Regulations, 1962, and shall be
read as one with the Pensions Iegulations. 19 l1', as amended,
contained in the First Schedule to the Pensions Act, 1947, and
hereinafter called the Principal Regulations.
2. Amendment of Regulation 8 of the
Principal Regulations. The definition of the expression
Scheduled Government in sub-regulation (1) of Regulation
8 of the Principal Regulations is hereby amended-
(a) by deleting the word "and after the semi-colon in
paragraph (e) thereof;
(b) by substituting a semi-colon for the full stop at the
end of paragraph (,f) thereof aind adding immediately
thereafter the word "and "; and
(c) by adding the following new paragraph as paragraph
(g) thereof:-
"(g) The Interim Commissioner of the West Indies
in respect of any person deemed to have been
appointed or appointed to service as Judge,
Registrar, Officer or servant of the British
Caribbean Court of Appeal by or under the
British Caribbean Court of Appeal Order in
Council, 1962."
3. Amendment of First Schedule to the
Principal Regulations. The First Schedule to the
Principal Regulations iN hereby amneilend by inserting the
word, Interim Commissioner of the West Indies between
X the words Hong Kong '" and Jamaica ".

2 9,7; .























Made by thl Administrator in Cnmncil this 9th day of
October, 1962.

J. NI. (CLARKE,
Clerk of the C"ouncil.












































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by RoIWRTr LINDS Y lcting Government Printer.---By Anthority.
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VIRGIN ISLANDS
STATUTORY RULES AND OR

1963, No. 2.

CUSTOMS DUTIES.

RESOLUTION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF TH O )N F
THE VIRGIN ISLAND'S DATED THE 10TH DAY OF 1
1963, MADE UNDRI SECTION 18A OF THE CUSTOMS
DUTIES ORDINANCE, 1927 (No. 9 OF 1927), AS AMENDED.


BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislative Council of the
Colony of the Virgin Islands as follows :-

The Fir-t Schedule to the Customs Duties Ordinance,
1927, as amended shall be and is hereby altered and amended
by the deletion of items 9, 66 (b), (d) (e), (q), 83 (a), (b),
(c), (d) respectively and the substitution therefore of the
following:-


Item
teo Artiole
No.



9 BVER & A LE,
STOUT & PORTER


Rates of Duty


Full Preferential:


26c. in the currency 23c. in the currency
of th" United Statts of the United State
of America 1pr of America per gal
gallon. Ion.


y
1-


66 (b) Fuel for
combust ion


(d) llnnumina
ii hiding 1k
and other
petroleum
oils


(e) Lnbricating


internal 12c. in the currency
engines of the United States
of America per
gallon.

ting, 9c. in the currency of
er.)sne. the United States of
refined America per gallon.
burning


12c. in the currency
of the United States
of America per
gallon.


10c. in the currency
of the United States
of America per gal-
lon.

7c. in the (ci'rency
of the United States
of America per gal-
lon.


10c. in the curr ncy
of the Uniled States
of America jpr gal-
lon.


I


+67241 C-.


I


























Item
No.


Article


(g) Motor spirit.
including henzine,
benzoline, gasoline,
naphtha and petrol
spirits generally

83 SPIRITS
(a) Brandy




(b) Gin and Volka
Not exceeding thie
strength of proof

Exceeding the
strength of proof


(c) Whisky
Not exceeding the
the strength of proof



Exceeding the
strength of proof


(d) Rum
Not exceeding the
strength of proof



Exceeding the
strength of proof


Rates o01


Full


12c. in the currency
of the United States
of America per
gallon.



$1.20 in the currency.
of the United Stites
of America per li-
quid gallon.

$1.20 in the currency
of the United St.tes
ot America per li-
quid gallon.
$1.20 in the currency)
of the United States
of America pr
! proof gallon.

i2.40 in the currency
of the United States
of America per li-
quid gallon.

$2.40 in the currency
of the United States
of America per
proof gallon.

$1.50 in the currency
of the United States
of America per li-I
quid gallon.

$1 50 in the currency
of the United States
of America per
proof gallon.


Passed the Legislative Council the 101
1963.
J. M
Clerk
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by ROBsRT LINDSAY. Acting Government Printei
1963.
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MONTSERRAT M 1
S MAY 31 196
STATUTORY RULES AND OR S
1963, No. 1.


PROCLAMATION DATED MARCH 2ND, 1963, APPOINTING A
SESSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE COLONY.


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.
A PROCLAMATION
D. A. WILES,
Administraor.
Whereas by section 18 of the Montserrat Constitution and
Elections Ordinance, 1952, as amended, it is provided that the
sessions of the Legislative Council shall be held at such times
and places as the Administrator may appoint by proclamation
published in the Gazette:
And whereas it is expedient that a session of the said
Council should be held in the Legislative Council Chamber,
Plymouth, and should commence on the 19th day of March,
1963, at 10.00 a.m.
Now, therefore, I do hereby appoint the said Legislative
Council Chamber as the place in which the said session shall be
held and the said 19th day of March, 1963, at 10.00 a.m. as the
time at which the said session shall commence.
And the members of the said Council and all other Her
Majesty's officers and loving subjects in the Colony and all
those whom it may concern are hereby required to take due
notice hereof and to give their ready obedience accordingly.
GIVEN at the Administrator's Office, Montserrat,
this 2nd day of March, 1963, in the twefth
year of Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN

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MIFTSERRAT. c'


STATUTORY RULES AND OR Y3 1
1963, No. 3.


The Price of Goods (Fish) Order, 1963, Dated March 28, 1963,
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
of Goods (Fish) Order, 1963.
2 MAXIMUM RETAIL PRICES. The prices set out here-
under are the maximum retail prices at which the types of fish
shall be sold in the Colony-
Maximum
King Fish, Dolphin, Tuna, Ocean Retail Price
Garr, Grouper, Ocean Robbin,
Snapper, Silk, Bungie, Brim,
Cavalli, Marget, Garr, Hayne,
Butter Fish 36c. per pound
Balla, Barba, Welchman, Doctor,
Jacks, Chubbe, Old Wife, Cat
Fish, Cocoa, Grunt, Morsey and
all others not herein listed 30c. per pound
Shark, Ballahre 25c. per pound
Spratts, Tenpounder 20c. per pound
3. RICISSION. The Distribution and Price of Goods
Order, 1960, No. 2 (S. R. & 0. 1960, No. 26) is hereby
rescinded.
Made by the Administrator in Council this 28th day of
March, 1963.

L. A. LLEWELLYN DYETT
Acting Clerk of the Council.



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