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Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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Language: English
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
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Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
Publication Date: August 22, 1963
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
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Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
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ANTIG UA, MONTSE-,
AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS GA

cPublished by cduthority.

VOL. VIII. THURSDAY, 22ND AUGUST, 1963.


Notices.


It is notified for general information
that His Honour the Administrator
has, under section 3 (1) of the Tres-
pass and Pound Ordinance, 1922
(Montserrat No. 2 of 1922), appointed
.the following persons to be Pound
Keepers:


ALFRED LEE
SIMEON FENTON
ALFRED PAYNE
W. J. OSBORNE


Harris'
Cudjoe Head
Salem
St. John's


V. S. R. DYETT,
Ag. Administrative Secretary.

Administrator's Office,
Montserrat. W.I.

Indication of Prices
Notice is hereby given that all
retailers of Fruits, Vegetables and
Fresh Meat, items appearing in
Parts I and III of the Schedule of the
Price Control (Meat, Fish and Vegeta-
bles) Order, 1962, (No. 4 of 1962), are
required to mark the selling price in
a conspicuous and legible manner, of
any controlled item offered for sale,
in accordance with Section 6 (1) of the
Distribution and Price of Goods
Ordinance, No. 17 of 1958.
The posting of prices is expected to
be complete by Saturday, 31st August
1963, from which date, any trader
who fails to comply will be prose-
outed.
Price Control Officer.

The Trade & Revenue Ordi-
nanoe No. 8 of 1900


Under the provisions of Sebcion 48
of this Ordinance the confiscated
item described below will be sold by
Public Auction at the Police Head-
quarters on Thursday 22nd August,
1963, at 2.30 p.m.
1 Motor Car H.1616.

EARL 0. PESTAINA,
Collector of CiOtoms.



3Q ,l n-


No. 51
The following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with this Gazette
and form part thereof:-

Antigua.

No. 17 of 1963, "The Currency
Notes (Amendment) Regulations,
1963." 1 pp. price 5 ats.
No. 18 of 1963. The Rum Duty
(Variation) Order. 1963."
1 pp Price 5cts.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA August. 1st 1963.

THE COCA-COLA COMPANY of
515 Madison Avenue, City and State
of New York, U.S.A. have applied for
Registration of onie Trade Mark con-
sisting of the following:-


in Class 44 that is to say all goods
included in Class 44

The Applicants claim that they have
not used the said Trade Mark in res-
pect of the said goods before the date
of their said Application.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua Montserrat, & Virgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office, Anti-
gua, of opposition to registration of
the said Trade Mark.

VICTOR E. BROWNE,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
ANTIGUA, 2nd August, 1963.
J. S. FRY & SONS LIMITED of
Somerdale, Bristol, England have
applied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting oi the following:-



CO-?OA


in Class 42, that is to say cocoa
The Applicants claim that they have
not used the said Trade Mark in res-
pect of the said goods hItfore the date
of their said Application.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first ap-
pearance of this Advertisement ii the
Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin Is-
lands Gazette, give notice in duplicate
at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua,
of opposition to registration of the
said Trade Mark.
VICTOR E. BROWN,
Acting Registrar of Patents.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
ANTIGUA 9th August, 1963.
BROWN & WILLIAMSON TO-
BACCO CORPORATION (EXPORT)
LIMITED of Westminster House, 7,
Millbank, London, S.W., England
have applied for Registration of one
Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing:-


AVALON
in Class 45, that is to say, tobacco
whether manufactured or unmanu-
factured
The Applicants claim that they have
not used the said Trade Mark in res-
pect of the said goods 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 Montserrat, & Virgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office, Anti-
gua, of opposition to registration of
the said Trade Mark.
VICTOR E. BROWNE,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.


No. 37.


I







200 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAT 8th August, 1963.

THE COCA-COLA COMPANY of
515 Madison Avenue, City of New
.York, State of N w York, United
States of America have applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:


in Class 44, that is to say, all goods
included in Class 44.

The applicants claim that they
are lawfully entitled to the use of
the said Trade Mark.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the ;Antigua, Montserrat, & Virgin


Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Montserrat, of opposition of the said
Trade Mark.

BEN. W. PRESCOD.

Registrar of Trade Murks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAT 26th July, 1963.

MESSRS. ST. KITTS BREWERIES
LIMITED of Marshall House, West
Square Street, Basseterre, St. Kitts,
have applied for Registration of one
Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing:

GIANT

in Class 44, that is to say, Beer, Ale,
Porter, and malt beverage; mineral
and aerated waters and other non-
alcoholic drinks; syrups and other
preparations for making beverages".

The applicants claim that they are
lawfull entitled to the use of the said
trade Mark.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua Montserrat & Virgin
Islands Gaeette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office, Mont-
serrat, of opposition of the said Trade
Mark.

BEN W. PRESCOD,

Registrar of Trade Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 20th July, 1963.

STANDARD OIL COMPANY of
30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York New
York, U.S.A. have applied for Regis-
tration of one Trade Mark consisting
of the following:-

ENCAP
in Class 2, that is to say, asphalt pro-
ducts for use in agriculture (all the
aforesaid derived from petroleum).

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 dato 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-
gua, of opposition to registration of
the said Trade Mark.
VICTOR E. BROWNE,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.

RAINFALL FIGURES
Agricultural Department,


Month.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August 17th


Antigma.
1959 1960 1961 1962 1963
2.91 384 2.16 677 462
1.16 5.09 2.31 0.93 1.12
0.73 3.18 1.84 0.81 0.52
3.61 1.48 0.74 3.56 1.26
9.02 1.49 2.31 4.42 6.95
0.48 1.79 290 5.10 2.87
2.67 5.01 4.29 2.68 10.29
1.96 2.08 2.12 5.47 1.36
22.44 24.05 18.77 29.73 28.99


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAT 8th August, 1963.

BANKS BARBADOS BREWERIES LIMITED of Mussons Building, Broad Street Bridgetown, Barbados
have applied for Registration of three Trade Marks consisting of the following:







A ALCOHOLIC













in Classes 43 & 44, that is to say, Fermented liquors and spirits (Beer, ale, porter, natural and artificial, including,
ginger beer.)
The applicants claim that they are lawfully entitled to the use of the said Trade Marks.
Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Montserrat, & Virgin Islands Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Montserrat
of opposition of the said Trade Marks.
BEN. W. PRESCOD.
Registrar of Trade Marks.


[August 22, 1963






August 22,1963] THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 24th July, 1963.
ST. KITTS BREWERIES LIMITED of Marshall House, West Square Street, Basseterre, St. Kitts have-
applied for Registration of two Trade Mark consisting of the following:-










I^_ ^n^ jGIANT


non-alcoholic
> 4 MALT EXTRACT






in Olass 34, that is to say, beer ale, porter, and malt beverage; mineral and berated waters and other non-alcoholio
drinks; syrups and other preparations for making beverages
The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods before the date
of their said Application.
Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin Islands Gtzette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua, of
opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.
VICTOR E BROWN,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAT 26th July, 1963.
Messrs. St. Kitts Breweries Limited of Marshall House, West Square Street, Basseterre, St. Kitts, have applied
for Registration of one Trade Mark consisting of the following:-


in Olass 44, that is to say, Beer, Ale, Porter, and malt beverage; mineral anid aerated waters an l other non-alcoholic
drinks; syrups and other preparations for making beverages ".
The applicants claim that they ure lawfully entitled to the use of the said Trade Mark.
Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin Islands Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Montserrat, of
opposition of the said Trade Mark.
BIz. W. PRESCOD,
Registrar of Ti ade Marks.


201






202 THE ANT1GUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [August 22, 1963.
IN THE COURT OF APPEAL OF THE WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS
ON APPEAL FROM THE MAGISTRATES' COURT OF ANTIGUA.
No. 12 of 1962.


ROBERT H ALL


and


EDMOND J. BLAIZE
(Superintendent of Police)


Defendant/Appellant


Complainant/Respondent


THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE TAYLOR
,, ,, MR. JUSTICE ST. BERNARD
,, ,, MR. JUSTICE CHENERY
E. E. HARNEY and C. E. FRANCIS for appellant
D. M. LAMBERT (Legal Assistant) for respondent.
JUDGMENT
CHENERY, J. (September 6, 1962 and July 8, 1963)

The present appeals arise from the conviction article shout or use any bell or other noisy
of the appellant by the magistrate on two instrument in any street or public place so ias to
charges-on the first charge he was convicted for cause annoyance to the inhabitants of the neighbour-
conducting himself in such a noisy manner as to hood, the justices convicted the appellant. On
disturb the neighbourhood and on the second appeal Parker, L.C.J. said:
charge he was convicted for wilfully obstructing a
member of the Police Force while in the execution The proper approach to these cases is
the noisy instrument so noisy as to be calcu-
In respect of the first charge there can be no lated to annoy ? '
question that the appellant did disturb the meeting On that, the facts may speak for themselves
of ministers, who had assembled from the several On that, the facts may speak for themselves
territories of Barbados, The Windward Islands or it may be necessary for them to hear
and Leeward, which was being held in the Legisla- evidence, albeit of only one person; but once
tive Council Chamber when he drove his motor they have come to the conclusion that the
vehicle which was equipped with a loudspeaker noise was calculated to annoy, then it is quite
near the Assembly Chamber and began to broad- unnecessary for them to have any evidence as
cast. to who and how many people were in fact
annoyed. In the present case the evidence
In the case of Innes v. Newman (1894) 2 was both ways. but having heard all the
Q. B. 292 which was a prosecution under a by-law evidence the justices were satisfied that this
which provided that if any person should make instrument was likely to cause, to use their
any violent outcry, noise or disturbance in the words, annoyance to the inhabitants and,
market or in any of the streets or public places of having got to that stage. it seems quite
the borough to the annoyance of the inhabitants of unnecessary to have had evidence that any or
the borough he should be liable to a penalty, the even more than one inhabitant was in fact
justices dismissed the complaint because they were annoyed."
of the opinion that in order to justify a conviction .
under the by-law it was essential to prove that The appeal was dismissed.
more than one inhabitant had been annoyed. On In the instant case the magistrate found that
appeal Wright, J. said : there was abundant evidence that the defendant
It is clear that if the act complained of conducted himself in such a noisy manner as to
was of such a character as to be likely to disturb the neighbourhood" and applying the
annoy the inhabitants generally, it is not the principles and reasoning of Innes v. Newman and
less an offence under this by-law because only Raymond v. Cook, to which I have adverted
one inhabitant has been in fact annoved." above, I find that there was material on which the
magistrate could reach the conclusion which he did
Collins, J. concurred and the appeal was allowed, and in the result the appeal must be dismissed
In Raymond v. Cook (1958) 3 A.E.R. p. 407 with costs.
which was a prosecution under a by-law providing In regard to the second appeal the magistrate
that no person should for the purpose of selling any found that "by his actions the defendant wilfully


Between:


Before:






THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 203


obstructed the Superintendent of Police who reason-
ably apprehended a breach oi the peace."
In Piddington v. Bates (1961) 1 W. L. R. p. 162
where the defendant was convicted for obstructing
a constable in the execution of his duty, the magis-
trate found that there was no obstruction of the
highway nor any disorder nor any violence threatened
or offered by any person present but that the
prosecutor had arrived at the view that picketing by
more than two persons at each entrance of the
premises might lead to intimidation and to a breach
-of the peace.
The magistrate was of opinion that, on the
whole of the evidence, the prosecutor was justified
in anticipating the possibility of a breach of the peace
,unless steps were taken to prevent it; that it was, the
prosecutor's duty to decide what those steps should
be; that he was, accordingly, acting in the course of
his duty in seeking to prevent the defendant from
joining the two pickets at the back of the premises;
-and that the defendant by his conduct had obstructed
Ahbe prosecutor.
The defendant appealed.

Parker L. C. J. said at p. 169;
The Court has been referred to a great
number of cases, both Irish and English,
dealing with the position when a police
constable can be said to contemplate a
breach of the peace and to take action to
preserve it because, of course, the question
here is whether the constables in question
were acting in the course of the execution
of their duty when they w-re obstructed.
I find it unnecessary to refer to those cases.
It seems to me that the law is reasonably
plain. First, the mere statement by a
constable that he did anticipate that there
might be a breach of the peace is clearly
not enough. There must exist proved


facts from which a constable dould reason-
ably anticipate such a breach. Secondly,
it is not enough that his contemplation is
that there is a remote possibility; there
must be a real possibility of a breach of the
peace. Accordingly, in every case, it be-
comes a question of whether, on the
particular facts, it can be said that there
were reasonable grounds on which a
constable charged with this duty reason-
ably anticipated that a breach of the peace
might occr."


Finally, I would like to say that all these
matters are so much matters of degree
that I would hesitate, except on the clearest
evidence, to interfere with the findings of
magistrates who have had the advantage of
hearing the whole case and observing the
witnesses."
In the instant case the Superintendent said in
his evidence that he was very apprehensive of a
breach of the peace. He also said that the crowd
was excited and made threatening remarks.
I find that there was material on which the
magistrate could find that the Superintendent might
reasonably anticipate a breach of the peace and that
the defendant obstructed him in the execution of his
duty and I would, in the result, also dismiss this
appeal.
TAYLOn, J.
I have had the opportunity of reading the
judgment of CHENERY, J., and only desire to say
that I agree with it.
ST. BERNARD, J.
I agree- with the judgment of Mr. Justice
CHENERY.


August 22,1963.1







204 THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [AuguIL 22, 1963-

Notice to Importers

In accordance with the Trade and Revenue Ordinance 1900, as amended 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 August, 1963, shall be transferred to Revenue:-


Importer.


E.G.M. Cape International


E.G.M. Cape International
Ash & Watson
do
Long Bay Hotel


Jan. 19 Clarence Johnson
25 do
Feb. 19 Geo. W. B. Bryson & Co. Ltd
do
20 do
Mar. 5 do
6 J. H. Fernandez
11 A.B.C., Ltd. Antigua
12 Goe. W. B. Bryson & Co.
14 do
15 T. G.J. Joseph
20 A. E. Bird
22 L. M. Tull
E. E. Harney
25 Harpers' Ltd.
26 W. K. Chug
Esso Standard Oil S.A.
Chris Crowe
27 Miami Bazaar
Apr. 2 Manuel Dias
8 S. R. Mendes Ltd.
Clarence Johnson
Pigott & Co.
10 Mohammed Dias
Stanmar Agencies
Apr. 11 Edric Thomas
19 Dr. L. R. Wynter
20 C. A. White
May 1 Geo. W. B. Bryson & Co.
Lakes New Market
2 Jos. Dew & Son, Ltd.
3 Geo. W. B. Bryson
4 Hugh Mallalien
8 Clarence Johnson
9 Stuart de Caster
11 Geo. W. B. Bryson
14 do
22 H. S. Mallalieu
S. R. Mendes, Ltd.
23 Carib Enterprises
28 Esso Standard Oil, S.A.
29 Geo. W. B. Bryson & Co.
Antigua Sugar Factory
21 Geo. W. B. Bryson & Co.


Article.


Amount.


Date.
1961
Dec. 16

1962
Aug. 19
Oct. 3
27
Nov. 30

1963


40.00


9.00
100.00
400.00
478.00


5 wheel barrows


Boring Jig
1 ctn glass
1 concrete mixer
14 pkgs plumbers fittings


2 orates regulators
120 pkgs. building materials
5 cs plastic bags
2 cs. glass
2 cs. typewriters
12 ctns coco cola essence
9 cs. cinema equipment
1 pkg. auto spares
Stationery
1 roll tibre glass
30 otns ice cream cups
20 ctus confectionery
40 cins groceries
4 roll fen.e wire
I cs. medicines
2 m.t. sweet bottles
2 cs. water coolers
4 pkgs. cylinders
15 pkgs. suitcases
3 pkgs. wearing apparel
I ctn cups
1 pkg. motorized pumps
2 ctns ladies shoes
17 pkgs. merchandise
3 cs. assorted samples
3 pkgs. shirts
1 pkg. merchandise
2 crates tables
1 pkg. auto parts
25 pkgs. butter
4 ctns doors
4 ctns building materials
1 cs. cookers
5 otns toolE
1 pkg. samples
merchandise
do
1 pkg. tray cloths
1 pkg. welding material
1 pkg. printed forms
2 ctns gas pumps
1 cs. window glass
2 ce. machinery
25 ctns tools, etc.


1100.00,
17000.00
186.00
63.00'
372.00,
992.00
408.00,
18.00,
35.00
18.00&
137.00
66.00
54.00,
85.00
5.00
7.00'
79.00
15.00
116.00
336.99
2.00
28.00
27.00
478.00-
200.00
63.00
11 .0
68.00
56.00
210.00
95.00
63.00
102.00
170.00
5.00
136.00
.00
3.00
11.00
70.00
1500.00
126.00
8.00
1300.00

$26867.00

E. O. PESTAINA,
Collector of Ouwtoms.






THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 205


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES AND BRITISH CARIBBEAN COIN IN CIRCULATION IN THE
BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP) ON 1ST JUNE, 1963.
Notes. Coins.
Average circulation during April, 1963:- $ $
British Caribbean Currency 96,760,397 5,088,848
Demonetised Govt. notes 968,022

$97,728,419 $5,088,848


British Caribbean Notes & Coins in
circulation on 1st June, 1963:-
Trinidad & Tobago
Barbados
British Guiana
Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominicn
Antigua
St. Kitts
Montserrat
"Proof sets" of Coin
Total British Caribbean notes & coins in circulation
on 1st June, 1963


40,394,330
6,438,225
36,328,906
5,235,100
863,800
1,389,000
2,280,400
4,923,300
444,600
288,800


$98,586,461


2,367,121
711,850
1,053,002
213,800
121,325
144,675
122,725
189,000
144,925
26,100
1,870

$5,096,393


Demonetised Govt. notes outstanding on lst June, 1963:-
Trinidad & Tobago $668,494
Barbados 63,151
British Guiana 234,947


Total demonetised Govt. notes outstanding

Total circulation on lot June, 1963

Headquarter s,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Portof Spain, Trinidad.


96;6,592

$99,553,053


$5,096,393


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


Figures for British Guiana not included in statements for May and June previously published owing to general strike in that
Territory.


August 22, 1963]






'206 THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [August 22, 1963.

Hurricane Precautions, 19)63.


1. At the beginning of the Hurricane Season the public are advised to take precaution&
to safeguard their homes and other property in the event ol a storm. During i hurricane the
central electricity supply will be turned off, and every household should therefore he provided with
a hurricane lantern or a flash light (or preferably with both) which should be checked regularly
and kept in working order throughout the hurricane season.
2. Owners of barometers should take readings daily at 10 a.m., 4 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Any change lower than the usual diurnal one of 0-10 inch should be regarded with suspicion.
3. The masters or aigeuns of vessels if in doubt should communicate with the Harbour
Master for information.
4. When barring up a house, on indication of bad weather, begin with the side facing
the direction of the prevailing wind, which varies from North West to North East. Should the
centre of a storm pass over the island there will be a short period of calm during which the
Northern side of the building could be opened up and the Southern and Westerly sides closed.
Very often there is no calm, and under such circumstances it is wise to have everything securely
fastened.
5. The United States Weather Bureau at San Juan, Puerto Rico, issues regular weather
reports for the t'astern Caribbean which are broadcast in Spanish and English duily throughout the
hurricane season by several radio stations in Puerto Rico.

Storm Warning Signals.

AT I)AY-Tho following signals displayed at the Harbour Master's Othee, Goat Hill, Ottos Hill,
(Michael's Mount) Police Headquarters and other Police stations in the Island
denote the approach of disturbed weather:--
A. A RED FLAG with black square in centre means Tropical disturbance reported;
likely to affect island of Antigua-CAUTION ADVISED.
B. TWO RED FLAGS, with black squares in centre-HURRICANE SIGNAL-
DANGER EXPECTED.
C. RED PENNANT when hoisted to serve as SMALL CRAFT WARNING only.
AT NIGHT.
A. TWO DETONATING ROCKETS will be Fired from the Harbour Mastcr's Office
to warn shipping
B. A RED LIGHT will be displayed at Police Stations.
DAY & NIGHT.
The Police will go through St. John's and Villages sounding their whistles.
Telephone Exchanges will inform subscribers. After a hurricane warning has been
received the news will be broadcast by The Antigua Broadcasting Service 644
kilocycles at regular intervals:-9 a.m., 5 p.m. and more often if necessary.
Administrator's Office,
St. John'8, Antigua.
8th July, 1963.
lkf. No. A. 52/6.









Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antiuiui, Leeward Islands,
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: 1963.
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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND OR S.
1963, No. 17.


The Currency Notes (Amendment) Regulations, 19 63,made
by the Administrator in Council under section 13 of the
Currency Ordinance, 1959 (No. 16 of 1959) after con-
sultation with the Board of Commissioners of Currency,
British Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group) and with
the approval of the Secretary of State for the Colonies.


[Gazetted 22nd August, 1963.]
1. Short Title. These Regulations may be cited as
the Currency Notes (Amendment) Regulations, 1963, and shall
be re l as one with the Currency Notes Regulations,
(S. R. & 0. 18/1[962.) hereinafter called the principal
Regulations.
2. Amendment of regulation 20 of princi-
pal Regulations. Sub-paragraph (a) of paragraph (4) of
regulation 20 of the principal Regulations is amended by
inserting imminedtiaely after the word Administrations," the
words XM -ssrs. BRADBURY, WILKINSON & Co. Limited,".
Made by the Administrator acting in accordance with the
advice of the Executive Council this 14th day of August, 1963.
E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.









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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDI
1963, No. 18.


Order in Council dated 21st August, 1963, made under
tion 4 of the Rum Duty Act, 1892 (No. 3 of 1892).


1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Rum
Duty (Variation) Order, 1963.
2. Variation of excise duty of $1.92 to $1.52.
(1) The rate of duty leviable under the provisions of the Rum
Duty Act, 1892, No. 3 of 1892, as amended, in respect of rum
or any other description of spirits manufactured in the Colony
of Antigua shall be $1.32 in lieu of the duty of $1.92.
(2) Nothing however contained in the last preceding para-
.graph of this Order shall operate to vary any other duty
specified in the Rum Duty Order, 1956, either during the
currency pf this Order or after the expiration thereof.
Made by the Administrator in Council this 21st day of
August, 19f63, and issued to the Collector of Customs.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.













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STATUTORY RULES AND ORD
1963, No. 18.


Order in Council dated 21st August, 1963, made under
tion 4 of the Rum Duty Act, 1892 (No. 3 of 1892).


1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Rum
Duty (Variation) Order, 1963.
2. Variation of excise duty of $1.92 to $1.52.
(1) The rate of duty leviable under the provisions of the Rum
Duty Act, 1892, No. 3 of 1892, as amended, in respect of rum
or any other description of spirits manufactured in the Colony
of Antigua shall be $1.32 in lieu of the duty of $1.92.
(2) Nothing however contained in the last preceding para-
graph of this Order shall operate to vary any other duty
specified in the Rum Duty Order, 1956, either during the
currency p:f this Order or after the expiration thereof.
Made by the Administrator in Council this 21st day of
August, 1963, and issued to the Collector of Customs.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.













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