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Group Title: Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette.
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
Physical Description: 12 v. : ; 25-35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Publisher: Govt. Printer.
Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
Publication Date: January 23, 1964
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 )
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Spatial Coverage: Antigua and Barbuda -- Antigua
Montserrat
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 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 21
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        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 13 of 1963: Petroleum Industry (Encouragement) (Amendment No. 2) Ordinance, 1963
        Page A-1
        Page A-2
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 14 of 1963: Supreme Court (Amendment) Ordinance, 1963
        Page B-1
        Page B-2
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 15 of 1963: Development Loans (United Kingdom Government) Ordinance, 1963
        Page C-1
        Page C-2
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 16 of 1963: Vehicles and Road Traffic (Barbuda Amendment) Ordinance, 1963
        Page D-1
        Page D-2
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 17 of 1963: Immigration and Passport Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1963
        Page E-1
        Page E-2
    Antigua, Ordinance, no. 18 of 1963: Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment) Ordinance, 1963
        Page F-1
        Page F-2
        Page F-3
        Page F-4
    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 2 of 1963: Nurses Registration Ordinance, 1963
        Page G-1
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        Page G-3
        Page G-4
        Page G-5
        Page G-6
        Page G-7
        Page G-8
        Page G-9
        Page G-10
    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 8 of 1963: Dogs (Injury to Persons, Cattle, and Poultry) Ordinance, 1963
        Page H-1
        Page H-2
        Page H-3
        Page H-4
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 36 of 1963: Telephone (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations, 1963
        Page I-1
        Page I-2
        Page I-3
        Page I-4
        Page I-5
        Page I-6
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 37 of 1963: Pensions (Amendment) Regulations 1963
        Page J-1
        Page J-2
        Page J-3
        Page J-4
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 2 of 1964: Betting and Gaming (Control of Games) (Amendment) Regulations, 1964
        Page K-1
        Page K-2
        Page K-3
        Page K-4
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 9 of 1962: Stamps Order, 1962
        Page L-1
        Page L-2
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VOL. IX. THublisheA by D JANUARthoritY, y.
VOL. IX. THUL)SDAY, 231D JANUAARY, 1964.


Appointment of Chief Justice
of the Windward Islands
and Leeward Islands.
The Secretary of Stat.- for the
Colonii s in pursnice of the provi-
sions under Section 4(1) of the Wind-
ward and Lr ward Islands (Courts)
Order in Council. 1959, as amended
by The West Indies (Dissolution and
Interim Commissioner) 0 r d e r in
Council, 1962. has appointed Mr.
Justice FRANK F. FIELD to the
office of Chief Justice of the Wind-
ward and Leeward Islands with effect
from 2nd December, 1963.

Government House,
St. John's,
An tigqu'.
Ref. No. A.C. 4311-1II.
15/h January, 1964.


Press Release.
With reference to Press Release
dated 19ih July. 1963. Rof. F.P.31/
326-II it is notified for genera] in-
formation that Mr. B. C. GOODWIN
has been appointed to serve as Chair-
man of the Casino Committee in place
of Hon. McC. GEORGE.

Chief Jlinister's Office.
Admin ;i/,ration BuildiNg,,
St. John's,
Antigua.
16th January, 1964.
Ref. F.P. 31/326-II

At tho Sixteenth Oils and Fats
Conference held in Barbados in
February, 1963, it was agreed that
there should be a new Oils and Fats
Agreement for a period of three
years from 1st February, 1963 to 31st
January, 1966, and that this new
Agreement should op-rate broadly
along the same lines as the Oils and
Fats Agreement of 15th January,
1960.
The obj 'ct of the Agreement is:-

(i) to uphold and encouraged the
extension of the coconut indus-
try in th.' Area by providing
[t.eans wh-reby a reasonably
reltonlerative a d stable return
may hb received by all growers
of coconuts having regard to the
world price of copra this
objective being deemed to have
been achieved when all the copra


and raw oil produced is being
consumed within the area at a
price satisfactory to growers and
consumers alike:
(ii) to encourage in the Ak ea the
manufacturer of oils and fats, and
thereby to assist in the develop-
ment of second try industries to
meet the needs land to raise the
living standards of the rapidly
increasing popnultions;

(iii) in order to achieve the two
aboveniention.d objectives, to
regulate trade in oils and fats
between the territories within
the Area and b-tween the Area
and other countries.

Since the last Conference, two
Governments have withdrawn from
the Agreement. namely, St. Kitts and
Montserrat. The present participants
are Trinidad & Tobano, British
Guiana, Barbados, Grenada, St. Vin-
cent. St. Lucia and Dominica.

It was agreed at the Common
Services Conference held in Trinidad
in July 1962, that the functions
formerly carried out by the Federal
Ministry of Trade and Industry in
relation to the Agreement should be
transferred to the Secretariat of the
Regional Council of Ministers, and a
Conference, which is expected to last
one to two days, is beink" convened to
comment at 9.30 n.m. on Thursday,
30th January. 1964. at Sh(rbourne ".
Two Mil- Hill, St. Michael, Barbados.

The names of delegates and advis-
ers will hie announced later.

Amonk the items for discussion
will be the approval of the drI'ft Oil
and Fats Agreement 1963--1966; the
Area export price of copra and oil for
1964, and consideration of the statis-
tics of the( Area Oils and Fats Indus-
try.
E. T. HENRY,
for Administrator's Deputy.

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.

No. 6

The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Admin-
istrator that the power of disallow-
ance will not be exercised in respect
of the underm,-ntionid Ordinance of
the Colony of the Virgin Islands-


No. 14 of 1963, "The .Jury Act
(Amnen(Inlent) Ordinaiic, 1963."

Administraotr's Ofice,
Rloold T'own,
Tortol]i, b1. V.1.
10/h Januisy, 1964.

No. 7.

The following Ordinance'Hs and
Statutory Rules andi Orders are
circulat.-d with this Gazette. and form
part th, reof:-

ORDINANCE S.

Antigqu.
No. 13 of 1963, ["The Petroleum
Industry (Encouragement) (Amend-
ment No. 2) Ordinance, 1963."
2 pp Price 7 cts.
No. 14 of 1963, '-The Supreme
Court (Amendment) Ordiinance, 1 .163."
2 fpp Price 7 rx.
No. 15 of 1963, The Doevelomcicnt
Loans (United Kingdom Government)
Ordinance, 19;3."
2 pp Price 7 cts.
No. 16 of 1963, The Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Barludla Amendment)
Ordinance, 1963."
2 pp Price 7 cts.
No. 17 of 1963, Immigration and
Passport Act (Amendment) Ordinance,
1963." 2 pp Price 7 cts.

No. 18 of 1963, "The Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Amendment) Ordinance,
3 pp Price 9 /rs.

Virgin Islands.
No. 2 of 1963, "The Nurses Regis-
tration Ordinanc,, 1963."
9 pp Price 21 cb,.
No. 8 of 1963, "The Dogs (Injury
to Persons, Cattle and Poultry)
Ordinance, 1963."
3 pp Price 9 cts.

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.

Antigua.
No. 36 of 1963, "The Telephone
(Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations;
1963," 5 pp Price 13 cts.

No. 37 of 1963, "The Pensions
(Amendment) R e g u 1 a ti o n s 1963."
4 pp Price 11 c/s.
No. 2 of 1964, "The Betting and
Gaming (Control of Games) (Amond-
ment) Regulations. 1964."
3 pp. Frice 9 (cs.

Virgin Islands
No. 9 of 1962, The StunnI s Order,
1962." 2 pp P- ice 7 c/s.


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No. 5.









22) HTlE AN'riGIJA, moxTrsEIal AT & XIRGJ\N ISLANDS GAZETTE.[auiv 3


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


In Bankruptcy:

Re WILLIAM JEFPFRY of Briggins
Road in the parish of Saint John
in the Colonny of Antigna Res-
taurant Keeper.

Receiving Order made : 15th
January, 1964.

Circuit of Court : Antigua

Date of Petition : 3rd May, 1963.

Note: All debts due to the Estate
should be paid to me.

0. W. JACK.
Official Receiver.
Address: Magistrate's Office,
Magistrate's Court,
Long Street,
St. John's,
Antigua.

Dated the 16th day of January 1964.


ANTIGUA.
THE REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ACT, 1925.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Universal Oil Products Company
of 30 Algonquin Road, Des Plaines,
Illinois, U.S.A. have applied for regis-
tration in Antigua of United Kingdom
Patent No. 917358 dated the 1st day
of November, 1960, and issued on the
27th day of May, 1963, and have filed
at the Registrar's Office at the Court
House, St. John's, Antigua, a com-
plete copy of tlih spfcificatins and
the Ce rti fi cat e of the Comptrolklr
General of th- United Kingdom Pa-
tent giving fll piartiulars of this
patent which will be open to public
inspection at the ,aid 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 adver-
tisemn.,,t give no;tice to thie Registrar
of o',,osition to the issue of a Certifi-
cate of retIistrationi upon any of the
grounds prescribed in Section 10 of
the Patcntis Act, 1906 for opposition
to thel grant of L-tters P'atbnt.

D telI the 21st day of December,
1 963.
0. WV. JACK.
11i'gisti ar of Trade Marks.

Registrar's Office,

Court House,

St. John's Anti(/u..


ANTIGUA.

THE REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ACT, 1925.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Universal Oil Products Company
of 30 Algonquin Road, Des Plaines,
Illinois, U.S.A. have applied for
registration in Antigua of United
Kingdom Patent No. 907667 dated
the 13th day of September, 1960. and
issued on the 30th d;iy of January,
1963, and have filed at tLhe ltgistrar's
Office at the Court House, St. John's,
Antigua, a complete copy of the
specifications amid th- Certificate of
the Comptroller (iin-ril 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 b-twcen the
hours of 9.00 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. on
working days except Saturdays whin
the hours will he from 9.00 a.m. to
12.00 noon.

Any person may within two
months from the date of this adver-
tisement give notice to the Registrar
of opposition to the issue of a Certifi-
cate of registration upon any of the
grounds prescribed in Section 10 of
the Patents Act, 1906 for opposition
to the grant of Letters Patent.

Dated the 21st day of December,
1963.
0. WV. JACK.
Registrar of Trwide Markrs.

Registrar's Qffice,
Court House,
St. John's, Antigua.


ANTIGUA.
THE REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ACT, 1925.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Universal Oil Prod ucts Company
of 30 Algonquin H"ad. Des Plaines,
Illinois, U.S A. have applied for
registration in Antigua of United
Kinldom Patent N.,. 904732 dated
th. 19th day of Janui-ry, 1961, and
is.-ied on the 17ih ilay of December,
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 parti-
culars 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 th.<
honrs will be from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00
noon.

Any person may within two
months from the date of this adver-
tisement give notice to the Registrar
of opposition to the issue of a Certifi-
cate of r gistration upon any of the
grounds prescribed in Section 10 of
the Patents Act. 1906 for opposition
to the grant of Letters Patent.


Dated the 21st day of December,
1963.
0. W. JACK,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

Registrar's Oifie,
Court House,
St. Juhn'.i, Antyuu.


ANTIGUA.
THE REGISTRATION OF I NITEI)
KINGDOM PATENTS ACT, 1925.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Univers I Oil ['rodicis ('Cmpany
of 30 Algonquin Road 1)(es Plaints,
Illinois, U.S.A. ihav- applied for regis-
tration in Antigua of U'nied Kingdom
Patent No. S76462 dated the 2nd day
of Felruary, 1960, and issued on the
27th (lay of December. 1961, and
have filed at the Rgistrar's Office at
the Court House, St. John's, Antiuna,
a complete copy of the specifications
and the Certificate it the Coni.irmller
General of the United Kiigdon
Patent giving full particulars (of this
patent which will be open to public
inspection at tie said oflic.. at any
time between the hours of 9.00 n.m.
andI 3.30 p.m. on working (,ay except
Saturday whl-n the hours \xill be
from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 no.in.

Any person im:,y within two
months from the date of this adver-
tisemt-nt give notice to the Registar
of opposition to the issue of a iertifi-
cate of registration upon any of the
grounds prescribed in Section 10 of
the Patents Act, 1906 for opposition
to the grant of Letters Patent.

Dated the 21st day of December,
1963.
0. W. JACK,
Rregistrar of Trade Marks.

Registrar's Office,
Court House,
St. John's, An iguSa.


ANTIGUA.
TH REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ACT, 1925.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
UNIVERSAL OIL PRODUCTS
COMPANY of 30 Algonquin Road,
Des Plaines, Illinois, U.S.A. have
applied for registration in Antigua of
United Kingdom Patent No. 863539
dated the 12th (lay of October, 1959,
and issued on the 12th day of July,
1961, and have filed at the Registrar's
Office at the Cotirt llonsP, St. John's,
Antigna, a complete copy of the speci-
fications and the Certificate of the
Comptroller Genedral of the United
Kingdom Patent giving full particu-
lars of this patent which will be open
to public inspection at the said office
at any time h-tween 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.


[Janmr.y 23, 1, 61.









January 23, 1964.]


THE ANTIGUA MONTSIIRAT & VI' IN ISLANDS GAZE iTE. 23


Any person may within two months
from the date of this lv e:tisement
give notice to the tRegistrar of opposi-
tion to tlhe issue of a Certificate of
registration Ipon any of the pr, funds
prescribe d in Section 10 or the PI'tents
Act, 1906 for i)ppo-ition to the _,rant
of Letters lit. nr.

Dat .l the 21st ,:,. of Deenmber,
1963.
0. W. JACK,
Registrar of Patents.
Registrar's Office,
Co'ort House,
St. John's, Antiylla.


ANTIGUA.
THE REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ACT, 1925.


NOTICE IS HEREBY (IVEN that
UNIVERSAL OIL PRODUCTS
COMPANY of 30 Algonquin Road,
Des Plaines ltlinois, U.S.A. havoe
applied for reaistratioii in Antigna of
United Kingdom Oatent No. 879687
dated the 3rd day of July 1959, and
issued on the 31st day of January,
1962, and have filed at the Registrar's
Office at the Court House, St. John's,
Antigua, a complete copy of the speci-
fications and the Certificate of the
Comptroller Generni of the United
Kingdom Patent giving full particu-
lars of this patent which will be ,"pen
to public inspection at the said office
at any timing 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
prescrihld in Seetion 10 of the Patents
Act, 1906 for olppitioin to the grant
of Lttere Patent.
Dated the 21st day of December,
1963.
0. W. JACK
Registrar of Patents'.

Registrar's Office
Court House,
St. John's, Antigua.


ANTIGUA.


THE REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ACT, 1925.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
UNIVERSAL OIL PRO DUCTS
COMPANY of 30 Algonquin Road,
Des Plains, Illinois, U.S.A. have ap-
plied for registration in Anligua of
United Kingdom Patent No. 849875
dated the 13th day of March 1959, and
issued on the 18th day of January,
1961, and have filed at the Registrar's
Office, at the Court House, St. John's,
Antigna. a complete copy of the speci-
fications and the Certificate of the
Comptroller General of the United


Kingdom Patent giving full particu-
lars of this patent which will h1)- open
to public nispection at the, said office
at any time between the hours of 9.00
a.m. and 3.30 p.m. ,ni working days
except Saturdays when the hours will
be from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 nooni.

Any person may within two months
from the date of this advertisement
give notice to the ReIistrat of opposi-
tion to the i,'ui" of ;a C. rtific;te of
registration upton ani\ of' tie grounds
pr,-scribed in Section 10 of ill- Patents
Act, 1906 for opposition to the grant
of Letters IPatent.

Dated the 21st lay of Decefmber,
1963.
O. W. JACK.
Registrar of Fat, nts.

Ref1istrar's OQ/Jice,
Court House,
St. John's, Antigua.


ANTIGUA.
THi'iE REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ACT, 192.5.

NOTI, E IS HEREHY GIVEN that
UNIVERSAL OIL PRODUCTS
COMPANY of 30 Algoqluin Road,
Des Plaines, Illinois, U.S.A. have ap-
plied for registration in Antigua of
United Kingdom Pat-,it No. 917469
dated the 13th day of Febru.iry, 1961,
and issued on the 27th day of May,
1963, and have filed at the Registrar's
Office at the Court House, St. John's,
Antigua. a complete copy of the speci-
fications and the Certificate of the
Comptroller General of the United
Kingdom Patent giving full particu-
lars of this patent which will bh 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
he from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon.

Any p-rson may within two months
from tw ir .it of this advertisement
give noti(- to thi lP-gistritr of ,wo)osi-
tion to ti" issue, of a; Certificate of
registration non t ny of the grounds
preiscrib-d in S, etion 10 of the Patents
Act. 1906 for opposition to the grant
of Letters Patent.

Dated the 21st day of December,
1963.
0. W. JACK.
Regi itrar of Patents.

Registrar's Office,
Court House,,
St. John's, Antignqa.


ANTIGUA.
THE REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ACT, 1925.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
UNIVERSAL OIL PRODUCTS
COMPANY of 30 Algonquin Road,
Des Plaines. Illinois. U.S.A. hlve ap-
plied for registration in Antigua of
United Kingdom Patent No. 876702


daled the 23rd day of June 1960, and
issued on tlhe 27th day or Di cemiher,
1961, and have filed at the 6Registrar's
Office at the Court House. St. John's,
Antigna, a complete copy of the speci-
fications and the Certificate of the
Comptroll'r Gp,-neral ol th,. United
Kingdom Patent giving full particu-
lars of t his patent which will be open
to public inspection at thle said office
at any time between the hours of 9.00
a.m. aidi 3.30 p.m. on working (ays
exc-pt Saturday s when the hours will
be from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon.

Any person ma;, within two months
from the date of this advertisement
give 11 (ice to the Registrar of opposi-
tion to the issue of a Certificate of
registration upon any of the grounds
prescribed in Section 10 of the Patents
Act, 1906 for opposition to the grant
of Letters Patent.

Dated the. 21st day of Dcotmber,
1963.

0. W. JACK.
'('f/istjar o0 I' i/n/5.

Re/istrar's O/jice.
(C'rl Hose,
St. John's, Anti/iut.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA 17th December. 191;3.

AMERICAN CIGARETTE COM-
PA NY OVERSEAA S) LIMITED of 43
Juta Srreet, Braamfontein, Johannes-
burg, Transvaal, Republic of South
Africa have applied for Registration
of one Trade Mark consisting of the
following;-


in Class 45, that is to say, all goods
included in Class 45

The Applicants claim that they have
not used the said Trade Mark in re-
spect 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. &f Virgin Is-
lands Gazette give notice in duplicate
at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua of
opposition to registration of the said
Trade Mark.

0. W. JACK.
Registrar of Trade Marks.









24 Ti!i ANI'lGUA, MONTISERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTI:.


[January 23, 194.:-.


Vacancy Notice.
Applications are invited for appoint-
ment to the post of Master, Chief
Petty Officer, Leper Home, Medical
Department.

Appointment:
The pis.t is p lisionable and is
subject to thrie years proba-
tion. The olticer will Inl subject
to Col Mnii Regum lations and to
Stat ito r Ruii s and Orders and
General Orders in force in tilhe
Colony from time to time. The
appointment will be subject to
physical fitness.

Salary:
The salary of the post is in scale
$1920x96-2304.

Duties of the Post:
The Master shall reside at the
home in quarters provided, and
have full charge during the ab-
sence of the Medical Officer
(Institution). He shall have
control of the matron, male and
female staff of the institution,
and shall report to the Medical
Officer (Institution) any breach
of the rules. He shall wear
uniform when on duty. H e
shall report immediately to the
Medical Officer (Institution)
any illness of any inmate and
see shall that all instructions
for medical treatment of the
sick inmates are carried out.
He shall report immediately to
the M. 0. (I) any death, and
make all arrangements for the
burial of the dead inmate.
He shall be responsible for all
stores, clothing, and the like,
and for all deficiencies in the
same. He shall regularly
superintend the issue of food,
and shall take care that it is
wh lesome and good and in
accordance with the prt scribed
dietary scale.
He shall endeavour to promote
economy uid prevent waste.
He shall b- responsible for the
carrying out 4f the instirctions
of the M. 0. (I) regarding the
sanitation of the fHome He
shall keep the accounts of the
Home and t he following hooks:
The Register of Inmates, the
Daily Journal; the Storebook
(provisions) the St ore boo k
(other stores; ilhe Visitor's
HI k. He shall make out all
vonchlirs and L. P. O's in con-
neciion with the Home. He
will have the control ind care
of tile generating plant.

He will pay the staff, and draw
ti- money ior that purpose.

Leave:
V- cation leave will be granted
at the rate of 36 calender days
per year.

Quarters:
Free quarters and food are
provided.


Applications giving full particulars
and accompanied byttit eerecent testi-
moniale should be submitted, in
triplicate, to th- Senior Mf dical Offi-
car, Medical Department, not later
than 15th January, 1964.

Administration Building,

St. JoIia's,


VACANCY NOTICE

Applicatins are invitnd for ap-
pointment to the post of Matron,
Charge Nyrs-, l~eper Home, Mpdical
Department.

Appointm znt:
The post is pensionable and is
subject to three years proba-
tion. The Officer will be sub-
ject to Colonial Regulations
and Statutory Rules and Or-
ders and General Orders in
force in the Colony from time
to time. The appointment will
be subject to physical fitness.

Salary:
The Salary of the post is in the
scale $ 2088x96-2280-12400x120
-252(.

Duties of P)st:
She shall reside at the Home.
She shall attend to the inmates
in Accordance with the in-
strnctions of the Medical Offi-
cer (Institutions). She shall
have the nursing care of the
inmates of the Home. She
will be in charge of the female
staff of the Home, and see that
they discharge their duties
satisfactorily. She will Super-
vise the cooking and serving fo
the food for the inmates and
staff. She shall be responsible
for all the stores issued to her
by the Mast-.r When on duty
she shall wear uniform. when
the mast' r is absent from the
institution she will be in
charge of the Home.

Qualifications:
The candidate must be a quali-
fied nurse.

Leave:
Vacation leave will be granted
at the rate of 36 calender days
per year.

Quarters:
Free quarters and food are pro-
vided.

Quarters:
Applications givingg frll parti-
culars and accompanied by
three rec. testimonials
should be submitted, in tripli-
cate, to the Senior Medical
Officer, M-dical D-partment,
not later than 15th January,
1964,

Administration Building,
St. John's, Antiqgua.


NOTICE TO IMPORTERS.
Goods which have not been removed
from the Qa-en's Warehouse within
three months will be sold by Public
Auction at Customs Wharf, St. Mary's
Street, on Thursday 30th January,
1964, at 2.30 p.m.

Importers wli', have pass~,d war-
rants on any of thi items listed for
sale are asked to remov\- lii. i before
the day of the sale.
('opi-s ,of the list of goods for sale
can hei s-eli at the Queen's Warehouse,
the BHnded Wa'-ehlouse at ihl Point
and the 'iistomis luiiiling.

i.\RL 0. PESTAINA.
Coll'ctlr ol ( '.sbmas.
I i-/ll/l .


The Trade and Revenue
Ordinance No. 8 of 1900.
Under the provisions of S-ctio.n 48
of this Ordinance the conilicated
goods described b-low wili h- sold
by Public Auction at the Customs
Wharf. St. Mary's Stret on Thuirsday
23rd January, 1964, at 2.30 p.m.

8 easy's Macaw Rini
4 cases Cockspur Rutm
3 cases Malt
2 cas' s Quinquina Wine
11 bottles Bito
1 Empty D-mijihnus.

EARL 0. PESTAINA,
Jollector of Custmon.


Tender Notice.
Tenders are hereby invited for the
purchase of a Morris Oxford Pickup
A.G. 1373; of the Electricity Depart-
ment.

This Pickup may be inspected
daily, during working hours, at the
Government Mechanical Workshop,
by appointment with the Director of
Public Works.

Tenders shnld be submitted in
sealed envelopes marked "Tenders
For Electricity Morris Oxford Pick-
up and should be addressed to tho
Administrative Secretary, Ministry of
Public Works and Communications,
Administration Building, St. John's,
and should reach his office not later
than 4 p.m. on 7th February, 1964.

Government does not bind itself to
accept the highest or any tender.
Ministry of Public Works and
Communications.


TENDER.

Tenders are invited for the making
of uniforms for Petty Officers for
the year 1964 as follows:-

In khaki drill for petty officers-

(a) tunic and trousers








THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZET'Ii:.


(b) khaki shirts with short sleeves
and pocket on each breast with
flap to button

(c) khaki trousers

(d) khaki shorts

(e) khaki overalls
In blue serge and cotton duck for
boatmen -

(a) blue serge jumper and trousers

(b) blue serge trousers

(c) cotton duck j umper and
trousers
Quotations should also be made for

(a) blue denim overall

(b) blue denim trousers


(c) blue denim shirts
Government will supply the neces-
sary drill, serge duck, also badges
and official buttons for tunics. All
other materials are to be supplied by
the the contractor. Prices are to
include the cost of affixing badges to
tunics or jumpers.

2. Tenders must be signed and
should be in sealed e n v e 1 o p ,
addressed to His Honour th- Adminin-
istrator and marked TENDER FOR
UNIFORMS". Tenders should
reach this office by noon on Saturday,
25th January, 1964.

3. Government does not bind it-
self to accept the lowest or any
tender.

4. If the delivery of uniforms is
delayed for a period exceeding four
weeks after the date of receipt of the


material or uniforms are unsatsi-
factorily tailored, Government
reserves the right to cancel the con-
tract on giving one week's notice in
writing.
By Order,

0. W. FLAX,
Secretary to the Adminisitraor.

Administration Building,
St. John's,
Antigua.
10th January, 1964.

RAINFALL FIGURES

Agrioultui al Depar tmrent,
Antigua.


Month.


January 18th 3.01 1.65 6.67 4.02 1.48


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA 7th Janiiaryi', 19C4.


ROTHMAN'S OF PALL MALL EXPORT LIMITED of 65 Pall
applied for Registration of one Trade Mark consisting of the following:-


Mall, London, S. W. I. England have


PAlL MALL







in Class 45 in respect of all goods included in Class 45
The Applicants claim that they have not used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods before the
date of their said Application.

Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua, Montserrat & Virqin Islands Gazette give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua, of
opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.
VICTOR BROWN,
Acting Registrar of Trade Mark.


Notice to Importers

In accordance with the Trade and Revenue Ordinanme 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 cl:died by 31st January. 1964, shall be Transferred to Revenue:-


Importer
Nicholas Fuller
Caribbean Beach Club
Geo. W. B. Bryson
Mill Reef Club
Jos. Pharmaoy
Geo. W. B. Bryson
Richard Hackshaw
Carl Meyer
(do
Gen. W. B. Bryson
Caribbean Beach Club
Gen. W. B. Bryson
H. C. Mallalien
Peter Deeth


Article


1 crate ice cube maker
9 ctns kitchen ware
1 bag iron clamp
1 ocs elec. equipment
1 pkg. medicine
12 pkgs. accessories
Samples
1 cls alum. channels
2 ctns flash doors
10 bales paper bags
1 pkg. racks
1 crate machine
1 O/j compressor
1 pkg. motor parts


Amount


235.00
202.00
47.00
26.00
19.00
32.00
21.00
59.00
126.00
24.00
65.00
70.00
14.00
60.00

$1000.00

E. 0. PESTAINA,
Collector of Customs.


1963
Date
Oct. 5
8
10
11
15
17
18
23


25

26


1960 1961 1962 1963 1064


January 23,1964.1








26 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRRT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE


REPORT OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO ON THE
ACOOUTS OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY, BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP) FOR THE YEAR ENDED
31ST DECEMBER, 1t962.
INCOME ACCOUNT
Expenditure incurred during the year w:ts within the original and supplementary allocations
approved by the Board.
CURRENCY FUND
2. At 31st Dacember, 1962 thl balance .f the Fund 'v;s $115,139,769.66, of which the portion
held in liquor form was $22,272,256.12 representing approximately 19.29 per centum of the Fund
balance.
3. Included in the balance of the Currency Fund at 31st December, 1963, was an amount of
$42,000.00 representing the value of notes i-sued in exchange for soiled notes withdrawn but not yet
delivered to the Board. There was no outright transfer of cash or securities to the Fund in respect of
this issue which was made against securities valued $5,385,600.00 deposited with the Crown Agents by
Barclays Bank D.C.O. as a guarantee for such transactions, Therefore, the B.mrd held a lien on these
securities to the value of $42,000.00 This value of securities under lien was also taken into accour.t in
computing the amount transferred to the Fund from the Income Account under Article 4 (2) (c) of the
Currency Agreement.
4. During 1963, the Secretary of State for commonwealthh Relations, acting in accordance with
Article 3 (4) (b) of the Agreement, ratified a resolution of the Board to the effect that, from 1962
onwards, the liquidity ratio of the Currency Fund be not limited in view of the impending liquidation of
the Board. A ten per cent (10%) limit was fixed previously.
CURRENCY SURPLUS ACCOUNT
5. It was pointed out at paragraphs 3 and 4 of my Report for the year 1961 that an amount of
$2,446,896.01 representing the balance in the Surplust Acconut for the year 1960 had been shared
among participating Governments during 1961 on the Ibasis of a revised scale agreed upon by the Board
of Commissioners, acting under the proviso at Article 5 (2) of the Agreement. It was agreed that this
surplus should have been allocated according to the scale applicable at 31st December, 1960 and that
steps to adjust the position be taken o.1 distribution of the surplus for the year 1961.
6. An overpayment of $36,703.44 in respect of the 1960 surplus was recovered from the
allocation of the 1961 surplus to the Government, of British Guiana. This sum was credited to a
suspense account. It is understood that further adjustments will be made on distribution of the
amounts due to other Governments.
7. The 1962 Accounts of the Board do not reflect the incorrect allocation of the 1960 surplus
commented on in paragraph 5 above.
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
SECURrIE.r iT i V KP'P OF LOANS T'r GOVERNMIE'TS P RTICLPATING IN THE CURRENCY AGREEMENT
8. With reference to paragraph 6 of the previous Audit Report, it has been explained that, in the
event of the establishment of a new currency authority in the territory, these securities are redeemable
by the Governments of the territories concerned at nominal or per value. Consequently, the nominal
values of these securities are included in the accounts. The securities held by the Board have been seen,
CASH AND SECURITIES WITH CROWN AGENTS
9. The Certificate of the Comptroller and Auditor General in respect of cash and securities held
by the Crown Agents at 31 st December, 1962 has been seen.
AUDITED STATEMENTS FROM PARTICIPATING GOVERNMENTS
10. Audited statements of currency transactions during the year 1962 have been received from
all parLcip .ting Governments except the Government of St. Ki ts. However, verification of the
tran- actions relating to this territory has been effected with the Vault Book Returns received by the
Executive Commissioner.
BOARDS OF SURVEY OF CURRENCY NOTES AND/OR COINS
11. The following surveys required by Regulations 20 (3) of the Currency (Notes) Regulations,
1951, and 10 (3) of the Currency (Coin) Regulations, 1955, were not held during the year:
Surprise...................................................... St. L ucia
Quarterly
(Second and Third Quarters)...... St. Lucia


[Junuary 23', 1964.


















'January 23, 1964.] THE ANTIIGUA MONTSECRRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZLTIEI. 27

12. The Board which carried out the survey in Trinidad during the 2nd quarter of 1962 was not
properly constituted in that one of the members taking part in that survey was not specifically appointed
by tne Governor in accordance with Regulation 20 (1) of the Currency (Notes) Regulations 1951.
13. Five surveys were held at St. Vincent during the year. However, none of these surveys was
in fact a surprise survey.
14. All Boards of Survey did not comply with Regulation 10 (4) of the Currency (Coin) lUiiula-
tions 1955, as amended by paragraph 2 of the Currency (Coin) (Amendment) Regulations, 1960. In
instances where the contents of packages were not counted, the seals on all such packages were not
inspected by the relevant B ard to ensure that they were intact. This matter was referred to at para-
graph 10 of my Report for the year 1961 and previously.
23rd November, 1963
M. V. LEE SING,
Audilo.r (;eneial.

COMMENTS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMISSIONER ON THE REPORT OF THE AUDITOR
GENERAL OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO ON THE ACCOUNTS OF THE BOARD FOR
THE YEAR 1962.
1. CURRENCY SurraIus Accou'r: Paragraphs 5 and 6. The adjustment of the incorrect allo-
cation was made in 1963.
2. BOARDS OF SURVEY: Paragraphs 11 and 14. As pointed out in my comments on previous
reports of the Auditor General-B)ards of Survey are appointed by the Governor or Administrator of
each Territory participating in the Currency Agreement to examine stocks of currency held by the Board
of Commissioners of Currency in each Territory. The Commissioners of Currency can therefore exercise
no control over the manner in which sutch surveys are effected. It has however been also pointed out in
previous years that it is not practicable to check the seals and denominations marked on each box of coin,
unless the contents of the coiunVaults are removed and repacked at each survey, an opcr.-ti, which
would involve considerable time an'd expense, particularly at the Headquarters of the Board in Trinidad,
where test checks are effected at each survey. The decision as to whether such detailed check of each
box of coin is effected at each survey, however, rests entirely in the discretion of the Board making the
Survey over which as pointed out above the Commissioners of Currency have no control.
The attention of the Administrator of St. Lucia is being drawn to the remarks of the Auditor
General.

3. Paragraph 12. The attention of the Minister of Finance Trinidad and Tobago is being drawn
to the remarks of the Auditor General.
4. Paragraph 13. The Administrator of St. Vincent reported that a surprise survey was held in
that Territory on 28th December 1962. His attention is being drawn to the remarks of the Auditor
General.
L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.

























28 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. January 23, 1964

Accounts of the Commissioners of Currency, British Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group) for the year 1962

INCOME ACCOUNT


$
To: Personal Emolumeuts 167,9G1.43
Rental of Vaults 2,379.00
,, Offices 5,903.00
Rental of Incinerators at Trinidad
and British (, uiana 240.00
Incidentals 2,586.31
Telephones 468.00
Postage & Telegrams-Headquarters 897.6;1
Furniture & Equipment-Area 556.28
Printing & Stationery-Headquarters 1,003.15
Interterpritorial transfers of notes & coins 10,826.64
Audit of Accounts-Area 1,870.00
Travelling & Subsistence expenses-
Commissioners 3,836.11
Barclays Bank D.C.O. -Agency Fees 6,240.00
Repatriation of U. K coins 1,376.94
Bicycle allowances--Messengers 65.50
Supplies of notes 302,469.88
Supplies of coins 98,409.49
Provident Fund 5,346.18
Extraordinary expenditure-
Legal expenses 9,288.02
Incinerators at Barbados 1.150.00
Visit of Adviser from the Bank of
England 3,037.07

Amount transferred to the Currency
Fund (Article 4 (2) (e) of the
Currency Agreement)
Amount transferred to the Currency
Surplus Account (Article 4 (3)
of the Currency Agreement)


625,900.64


1,142,968.02


4,049.767.64

5,818,636.30


$
By: Dividends on securities held by the Crown Agents
on behalf of Ourrer cy Fund 4,071,727.80
Interest on deposits in Crown Agents Joint
Consolidated Fund on behalf of Currency Fund 615,847.56
Interest on deposits in Crown Agents Joint
Consolidated Fund on behalf of Income A/0 308.572.96
Dividends on Debentures for Loans
to Governments participating in
the Currency Agreement, held at
the Headquarters of the Board 658,904.80
Commission on notes issue, i for sterling 61,134.37
Commission on notes red-t',,.d for sterling 71.441.25.
Commission on loins issued for sterling 735.32
Sundries: 272.24


5,818,636.30


CURRENCY FUND


"I'o: Currency notes redeetned for sterling
Coins defaced by fire withdrawn from circulation
Loss on Securities repaid
,, .. ,, exchanged
Depreciation in value of securities

Balance at 31st December, 1962


19,061,000.00
719.00
8,765.00
63,580.00
836,181.80

115,439,769.66











135,895,015.46


By: Balance at 1st January, 1962 109,542,808.92
Currency notes issued for sterling 19,563,000.00
Coins issued for sterling 235,300.00
,, in exchange for United Kingdom coins 67,975.00
Gain on securities sold 2,502,729.82
Gain on Securities repaid 298.98

Appreciation in value of Securities 2,307,935.22

Amount transferred from Income
Account (Article 4 (2) (o) of
the Currency Agreement) 1,142,968.02

Value of currency notes issued to Barclays Bank
D.C.O. at St.,Lncia in December under
Guarantee of securities lodged with the
Crown Agents for account of the Board 42,000.00

185,895,015.46









January 23, 1961.] THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 29

ACCOUNTS OF THE COMMISSIONERSS OF CURRENCY, BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES
(EASTERN GROUP) FOR THE YEAR 1962-(Cont'd)

CURRENCY SURPLUS ACCOUNT
ro: Payments to:
Governnait of- By: Balance at 1st January 1962 3,853.744.58

British Guiana 963,826.70 Amount transferred from Income A/C
St. Lucia 78,162.82 1,041,988.52 (Article 4 (3) of Currency Agreement)

Balance at 31st December 1962 4,049,767.64
for distribution to the Governmenrs
participating in the Currency
Agreement-vide article 5 (2)
'Government of-
Trinidad & Tobago
Balance of surplus
for 1960 .01
Share of surplus
for 1961 1,816,351.78
Share of surplus
for 1962 1,917 938.23 5 763,993.02

.Barbados
Balance of
surplmt for 1960 .01
Sharnt. f :urplus
for ,'uo 343,577.93
Share of surplus
for 1962 368.528.86 712,106.80

British Guiana
Share onf surplus
for 1962 1,073,168.42 1,078,188.42

ILeeward Islands-
Antigua
Balance of
surplus for 1960 .01
Share of surplus
for 19l;1 151,023.27
Share of surplus
for 196;2 161,990.71 313,013.99

:St. Kitts
Balance of
surplus for 1960 .01
Share of surplus
for 1961 75.611.63
Share of surplus
for 1962 80,995.35 156,506.99

Montserrat
Share of surplus
for 1961 11,326.75
Share of surplus
for 1962 12,149.30 23,476.05

Brought forward 6,042,285.27 1,041,988.52

,Windward Islands
St. Lucia
Balance of surplus
from 195S, 1960 .02
Share of surplus
for 1961 49,082.56
Share of surplus
for 19l2 52,646,98 101,729.56
Dominica
Balance of
surplus for 1960 .01
Share of surplus
for 19il 904,389.64
Share of surplus
for 19.;2 101,244.19 195,633.74
:St. Vincent
Balance of
surplus tor 1960 .01
Share of surplus
for 1961 37,755.82
Share of surplus
for 1962 40,497.(;8 78,253.51
'Grenada
Balance of
surplus for 1960 .01
Share of surplus
for 1961 196,330.25
Share of surplus
for 1962 210,587.92 406,918.18 6,824,820.26
Suspense A/C
Amount refundable
from 1900 Surplus by
Governiiieut of British
Giuians withheld from
191;l surplus for
distribution to various
t kovlrnuments in
adjumtnemuit of
19(;o( surplus 36,703.44

7,903,512.22 7,903,612.22










30 THE NNTIGUA, MN~tNrSiPrTLVI & \'1RG1IN' ISLAN-DS G~AZETTEI


JIaLuar'V 23, 196'1.


ACCOUNTS OF THE





To: Intert.st distributed
Employeo.e contributions
Boar.s contributions
Reserve A/C





Payments made to employees on
resignation

Balance at : 1st December, 19B2
Employees' Acoount

Board's Account


Balance at 31st December, 1969'


Liabilities


Employees' contributions
Board's contributions
Reserve Account


COMMISfSIONERS OF( CURJR!?.NrY. BRITISH CAIII;!l'.\N TERPTTORIES
(EAST'ERN GROUP) FOR I'ill YEAR 1962-(io
PROVIDENT FUND
INCOME ACCOUNT


605.65
1,210.22
257.03

2,072.90

CAPITAL ACCOUNT
$ c.
Balance at 1st
1,314.68 Employees'
Board's Ao co


*y: Iiitrerst 110111 dopoi-i in I 'irvf Agients Joint
Consol'dated i'd
Irterust on ljoverinincnt, of Ti inidad and
'Tobago 1;j'% I)eIheitures~ 1976- -81


January, 1962
Acecqnt
unt
l lt


13,345.26 Employee's contributions
Board's contributicr.n
26.686.75 40,032.01 Interest accrued on:
Employee's contributions
Board's contributions

$41,3146.69

RESERVE ACCOUNT
$ c.
5,128.35 Balance at let Janualy 19(2
Interest accrued

$5,128.35

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AT 31st DECEMBER, 196.2


$ c.
13,345.26
26,686.75
5.128.35

$45,160.36


$ c.

10,514 57
20,996.98

2.673.09
5,31.6.18

605.65
1,210.22


A ssots

On deposit in Crown A -ent Joinil Consolidated Fundi
Trinidad &, 'lobago 6'/. Debentures held 1it
Headquarters of the Board


1.682.90-

390.00,


2.072.0U'0


$ c.


31,511 5.,


8.019.27


1,815 87

$41,346.6()


$ c,
4.871 32
257.03

$5.128.35





39,1 )0 36-

6.000.0u

$1.5.1 G 00


.Headqua, tes L. PENCE,
BritisA t (ribbea a Currency Board I;,n;l 0 (i; l ,ionpHP
'rsinid ad,. /British, Car/iibban(i cnrrryy Roarel
ASSET'S ANi) LIABILITIES AT 318T DECEMBE11, 1962


LIABILITIES

Currency Fund
Currency Surplus Account
Provident Fund
Amounts advanced for payments on
Behalf of Board by:
Government of Barbados
Dominica
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Kitts.Nevis-Anguilla
St. Vincent

Unclaimed labourers' wages

Barclays Bank D.C.O., St. Lucia for value of
United Kingdom coins lodged for redemption
for sterling in London-sterling unpaid at
31st December, 1962


115,439,
6,861,
45.


$122,347


Barclays Bank D.C.O. deposit for issue of
currency notes and coins pending payment
of sterling in London or receipt of soiled
notes shipped to Headquarters of the Board
in Trinidad by branches of the Bank in the
Leeward Islands and Windward Islands


0 C.


ASSETS


* I


,769.66 Securities held by Crown Agents
52370 (Nominal value) ($Sf.3-i5,8S5) 51i rket
16036 value at 81st December 1962 82.522 113.54
On deposit in Crown axv',1;. t Joint
Consolidated Fund 29,026,048.46
265.07 Loans to Governments participating in
1.00 Currency Agreement- Debenturers
28.07 held at Headquarters of the Board 10,609,400.00
69.56 Cash in hands of the Crown Agents 2,903.52
4.51 Cash on deposit in Barclays Bank D.C.O.
Current Account-Trinidad & Tobago 83,018.21
9.86 Cash on deposit in Barclays Bank D.C.O.
Current Accoutant-British Guiana 18,860.66
United Kingdom coin in commissioners
Vaults awaiting shipment for redemption 10,728.00
United Kingdom coins shipped to Crown
254.04 Agents not yet deemed by Royal Mint 26.510.04
Receipts on haein'f of Board due from:
Government ,,f A ntigua 1.00
,, ,, ritish Guiana 4,721.11
,, irenada 312.58
,, St. Lucia .01
Barclays Bank D.C.O.-Amount dre for
commission on currency notes issued for
sterling in Leeward Islands & Windward
Islands 468.75
Barclays Bank D.C.O.-Value of currency
notes issued at St. Lucia pending receipt
of equivalent value of soiled currency notes
at Headquarters of the Board in Trinidad 42,000.00

,085.83 $122,347,085.83


*Market value at 31st December, 1962

Market value 31st December, of securities lodged by
Barclays Bank D.C.O. with Crown Agents for Over-
$5,385,600.00 sea Governments & Administrations $5,385,600.00


L. SPENCE
E.recutire Coi mmissioner
British Caribbean Currency Board.

.The above Accounts have been examined in accordance with Article 7 of the let Schedule to the Currency Ordinance No. 15 of
1959 (Trinidad and Tobago). I have obtained all the information and explanations that I have required, and I certify, as a result
of this audit, that in my opinion, the Accounts are correct, subject to the observations contained in the attached report dated 23rd
November, 1963.


23rd Xureather, 1963.


M. V. LEE SINu








THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 31


BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD ABSTRACT
Showing Nominal Value, price paid and Market value at 30th June, 1963, of Securities
held on behalf of the Currency Fund and the liquid portion of the Fund.


Currency Fund:


(Article 7 (4) of the First Schedule to Currency Agreement)


Securities held by Crown Agents (Market value
at 30th June, 1963)
Debentures in respect of Loans to Governments
participating in the Currency Agreement held
at Headquarters of the Board
Cash on deposit in Crown Agents Joint Consolidated Fund,


Lien on securities deposited with Crown Agents by
B irclavs Bank D. C. 0. for issue of currency notes
in the Leeward and Windward Islands pending delivery
of equivalent value of solid currency notes withdrawn
from circulation. at IHendquarters in Trinidad


Currency Circulation:
Notes in circulation at 30th June, 1963.
Coins in circulation at 30th June, 1963.


Excess of Currency Fund over Currency circulation
:Securities held by Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and
Administrations


Description of Stock.

UNITED KINGDOM STOCK
Conversion Stock 4W% 1964
Dorchester Corp. 4go temporary loan re-
payable one inonth's notice
Hayes & Hlarlington U.D.C. 5%, Mortage
Loan repayable anytime-three months' notice
either side
Lanarkshire C.C.V. Loan 63 repayable
15.5.64.



Savings Bonds 3 % 1955/65
Treasury Stock 4% 1965

Total of U. K. Securities

COLONIAL STOCK
Ceylon 3% 1959164
4' %/ 1965
,, 5 1960/70
Cyprus 3"1/ 1969/71
,, 4% 1956/66
East Africa Hlih Commission 31% 1966/68
East Africa High Commission 31% 1968/70
East Africa High Commission 4% 1968/71
East Africa High Commission 4j% 1964/69
Gold Coast 4% 1960/70
Kenya 21% 1965/70
,, 23%/o 1971/76
,, 3l% 19-3/78
,, 1%/o 1061/71
,, 4%/o 1971/78
Mauritius 31 / 1 965/68
Nigeria 3% 1975/77


Nominal Value.

s. d.
4,946,(673 7 0

100,00( 0 0


50,000 0 2

300,000 0 0

5,396,673 7 0


74,769,369.96


10,603,400.00


100,543,053.00
5,111,868.00


Price Paid.

s. d.
4,930,952 5 2

100,000 0 0


50,050


0 0


300,300 0 0

5,381,302 5 2


2,271,998 4 4 2,152,230 3 11
6,222,756 18 5 6,237,518 10 8


85,372,769.96
29,836,573.56

115,209,343.52


443,000.00

115,652,343.52


105,654,921.00

9,997,422.52


Mkt. Value at
30th June. 1963.


4
4,983,773


s. d.
8 0


101,110 19


50,000 0 0

302,410 5 6

5,437,294 12 8

2,220,878 5 2
6,222,756 18 5


13.891,428 9 9 :13,771,050 19 9 13,880,929 16 3


16,731 18 0 16,250 17 2 16,229 18 10
18,047 17 2 20,033 2 5 17,235 14 1
13,200 0 0 14,503 10 0 11,814 0 0
108,239 4 1 95,713 8 5 82,802 19 10
4,724 5 3 4,848 5 5 4,299 1 7
145,617 2 1 144,023 11 0 107,028 11 5
53,831 2 1 4,8038 0 1 34,451 18 2
1 A 4i 1)3 55 198 78Q 19, 8 86 775 19 1


100,000
1,879
135,382
2,429
170,488
10,264
275,184
70,049
31,3148


99,500
2,0! 5
115,582
2,150
166,225
11,034
274.308-
68,955
27,82l


0

10
1
3
2
9
2


72,500
1,64 t
83,260
1,105
80,981
6,826
155,479
60,242
20,533









32 THE ANTIGUA MONTSERIRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [Januiry 23, 196.
BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD ABSTRACT-- (c,,i.')


Description of Stock.


I Nominal Value.


Price Paid.


& s. d.


X s. d.


Mkt. Value at
31st D[c, 1960


a. d.


Nigeria 31% 1964/66
,, 4 1963
Northern Rhodesia 3%, 1955/65
,, ,, 3 % 1955/65
,, ,, 31% 1970/72
,, ,, 1695/70
Tanganyika 4% 1967/72
Uganda 3j% 1966/69


50,000
40,331
6,813
12.670
338,238
200,000
178,054
335,944


0
9
5
11
10
0
8
9


48,625
43,003
6,541
12,61'7
333,587
200,000
174,568
298,439


44,250
40,331
6,132
11,593
238,457
157,000
114,845
240,200


Total of Colonial Securities 2,454,007 9 3 2,357,167 7 2 1,696,022 5

Total of Crown Agents held Securities 16,345,435 19 0 116,128,218 6 11 15,576,952 1 6

*Debentures in respect of loans to Govern-
ments of Territ ries Participating in Cur-
rency Agreement held at Headquarters of
the Board.


Govt. of Antigua 6 % 1975/80
Government of Barbados 5- 1969/74
,, ,, Br. Guiana 5j% 1969/79
,, ,, ,, ,, 6 o% 1971/81
,, ,, Grenada 6j% 1976/1
,, of Trinidad and Tobago 6-% 1976/81V

Total loans to Govts. participating in
Currency Agreement.


73,062 10 0
284,864 11 8
510,208 6 8
156,739 11 8
21,666 13 4
1,162,500 0 0


2,209,041 13 4


Cash on deposit in Crown Agents Joint
Consolidated Fund 6,215,952 16 6


Value of securities and cash held on
of the fund at 30th June 1963


Lien on securities deposited by BarclaysB
Bank D. C. 0. with Crown Agents for their
issue of notes in exchange for soiled notes!
pending receipts of the soiled notes at the'
Headquarters of the Board in Trinidad.

Total value



Conversion at the rate of 4/2 to $1.00


24,770,430


9 6


92,291 13


71,601 5 0 73.0(62 10 C
279,167 5 10 284,864 11 E
500,004 3 4 510,208 6 8
156,739 11 8 156.7:-9, 11 E
11,666 13 4 21,666 13 4
1,162,500 0 0 1,162,500 0 (


2,191,678 19 2 2,209,041 13 4


6,215,952 16 6 6,215,952 16 (




24,535,850 2 7 24,001,946 11 4



92,291 13 4 92,291 13 4


24,862,722 2 10 24,628,141 15 1121,094,238 4 E


$119,341,066.28


$118,215,080.62


$115,652,343.52


*The nominal value of loans to Governments of Territories participating in the Current
Agreement is shown as the market value.


Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Trinidad
4th October, 1963.


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Bonia


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No. 13 of 1963. Petroleum Industry (Encourage- ANTIGUA.
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FEB 1O1964


[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
I. G. TUBBOTT,
Administrator,
28th December, 1963.






ANTIGUA.

No. 13 of 1963.


An Ordinance to further amend the Petroleum In-
dustry (Encouragement) Ordinance, 1962.
[30th December, 1963]
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the
Legislative Council of Antigua, and by the authority
of the same as follow.-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Petro- Short title
leum Industry (Encouragement) (Amendment
No. 2) Ordinance, 1963, and shall be read as one 2192
with the Petroleum Industry (Encouragement) 4/1963
Ordinance, 1962, as amended, hereinafter called the
principal Ordinance.
Amendment
2. Section 4 of the principal Ordinance is of section 4
hereby amended in the following respects- of the
principal
Ordinance.
(a) by deleting the proviso to paragraph (b)
of subsection (2) thereof and substituting
the following provision therefor-


















ANTIGUA. 2 Petroloum Indvstry (Encourage- No. 13 of 1963.
ment) (Amendment No. 2)

Provided that in respect of any such
breach, no provision shall be made for the
imposition of a fine exceeding fifteen hun-
dred dollars or of imprisonment exceeding
six months or for the imposition of both a
fine and imprisonment;";
(b) by deleting. the proviso to paragraph (c) of
subsection (2) thereof and substituting the
following provision therefor-
Provided that in respect of auy
such breach, no provision shall be made for
the imposition of a fine exceeding fifteen
hundred d o 11 a r s or of imprisonment
exceeding nine months or for the imposi-
tion of both a fine and imprisonment;".
D. W. HURST,
Speaker,
Paeaad the Legislative Council this 18th day
of November, 1963.
E. T. HENRY,
Clerk ot the Council.

















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Supreme Gut t (Amendment).


[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
1. G. TURBOTT,
Administrator.
30th December, 1963.




ANTIGUA.

No. 14 of 1963.


An Ordinance to amend further the Supremne Court
Act, 1939.
[ 30th December, 1963 ]
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of
the Legislative Council of Antigua, and by the
authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Supreme Court (Amendment) Ordinance, 1963,
and shall be read as one with the Supreme Court 20/1939
2/1948
Act, 1939, hereinafter called the principal Act, and 14/I953
allamendments thereto. 1J/15r,

2. For section 29A of the principal Act the Substitution
of section 29A
following shall be substituted:- of the princi
pal Act
'Rightof 29A. Subject to the provisions
Appeal. of the \Vindward island,. and Leeward
Islands (Courts) Ord( r in Council,
1959, and to any rules made thereunder


No. 14 of 1963.


ANTIGUA.


















ANTIGUA. 2 Supreme Court (Amendiment).


an appeal shall lie to the Court of
Appeal of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands-

(a) from judgments in chambers and inter-
locutory judgments of judges of the
Supreme Court whether at first instance
or on appeal and of Commissioners of the
Supreme Court appointed under any
law in that behalf in force in the Colony;
and
(b) in matters (others than appeals from the
decisions of magistrates) which by virtue
of any law in force in the Colony were,
immediately before the first day of
January, 1940, made to the Full Court
of the Colony of the Leeward Islands."

D. W. HURST,
Speaker.
Passed the Legislative Council this 20th day
of December, 1963.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.
















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No. 15 of 1963. Development Loans (United King- ANTIGtfA.
dom Government)





[L.S.J
I ASSENT,
I. G. TURBOTT,
Administrator.
30th December, 1963.







ANTIGUA

No. 15 of 1963

An Ordinance to provide for the raising of loans
from Her Majesty's Government in 1he United
Kingdom for the purposes of development, 'ind
for matters incidental thereto.
[30th December, 1963]
Be it enacted by the Queen's Mot. 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 Devel- Short 'rTtle.
opment Loans (United Kingdom Government)
Ordinance, 1963.
2. (1) Subject to the provisions of this i'over to
Ordinance the Government of Antigua may borrow thb itdf
from time to time a sum or sums of money not ex- Kingdom
ceeding in the aggregate One million five hundred Goverinent.
thousand dollars in West Indian Currency by means
of a loan or loans made by the SecrtLry of State
with the approval of Her Majesty's Treasury in 7 & 8 Eliz.
accordance with section 2 of the Colonial Develop- 2 c. 71.


















ANTIGUA, 2 Development Loans (United King- No. 15 of 1963.
dom Gouernment)

ment and Welfare Act, 1959 (hereinafter referred
to as "the Act ").
(2) Any loans made under the provisions of
of subsection (1) shall be on such terms as may be
fixed by the Secretary of State with the approval
of Her Majesty's Treasury.
Repayment. 8. Any loans raised under the provisions of
this Ordinance together with the interest payable
on any such loan shall be repaid by such annual
installments of capital aid interest as may be agreed
upon by the Secretary of State with the approval
of Her Majesty's Treasury so that such loan shall
be repaid within the period for which the same was
granted.
Loans to be 4. The principal money of any loan raised
enehare e-. under the provisions of this Ordinance, and the
nne and assets. interest payable thereon, shall be charged on and
paid out of the general revenues and assets of Anti-
gua and on any other revenues or assets which may
be made available for the purpose.
Application 5. Any money borrowed under the provi-
of loan sion of this Ordinance shall be appropriated and
applied to any of those purposes of the Antigua
Development Plan for the period the 1963-1966,
which may in accordance with the provisions of the
Act, be approved by the Secretary of State and the
Legislative Council of Antigua from time to time
and to no other purpose.

D. W. HURST,
Speaker.

Passed the Legislative Council this 20th day
of December, 1963.

E. T. HENRY,
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No. 16 of 1963.








[L.S.]


Vehicles and Road Traffic
(Barbuda Amendment).


I AssmTr,
I. G. TURBOTr,
Administrator.
30th December, 1963.






ANTIGUA.

No. 16 of 1963.


An Ordinance to amend further the
Road Traffic Ordinance, 1946.


Vehicles and


[3Oth December, 1963]
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of
the Legislative Council of Antigua, and by the
authority of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short Title.
Vehicles and Road Traffic (Barbuda Amendment)
Ordinance, 1963, and shall be read as one with the
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1946, and 1/114G
1/1948
all amendments thereto, hereinafter called the 22/1954
principal Ordinance. 1/1955
S7/119(y)


2. Subsection (1) of section 25 of the
principal Ordinance is amended by the addition
thereto of the following proviso-
Provided also that in all cases where
duties are to be paid on licences for the use of
motor vehicles or trailers on no other roads


8/1961
Amendment
of section 25
of the princi
pal Ordinance.


ANTIGUA,


















ANTIGUA. 2


Vehicles and Road Traffic No. 16 of 1963.
(Barbuda Amendment).


other than roads in the island of Barbuda for
any period in any year an abatement of 661
per cent of the duty shall be allowed."


D. W. HURST,
Speaker.
Passed the Legislative Council this 20th day
of December, 1963.
E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.































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No. 17 of 1063. Immigration and Tassport Act ANTIOUA.
(A amendment) Ordinance.





[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
I. G. TURBOTT,
Administrator.
30th December, 1963.





ANTIGUA.

No. 17 of 1963.

An Ordinance to amend further the Immigra-
tion and Passport Aot, 1945 (No. 7 of 1945.)
[30th December, 1963]
Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the
Legislative Council of Antigua, and by the authority
of the same as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Immigration and Passport Act (Amendment) Ordi- 7/1945.
1311953.
nance, 1963, and shall be read as one with the 511954.
Immigration and Passport Act, 1945, hereinafter 6/1959.
called the principal Act, and all amendments
thereto.
2. Section 32 of the principal Act is Amendment
amended by the addition of the following as of principal
paragraph (1) thereof- Act.
(1) penalties on persons who aid or abet
any contravention of any regula-
lations made under this Act."

D. W. HURST,
Speaker.


















ANTIGUA. 2 Immigration and Passport Act No. 17 of 1963.
(Amendment) Ordinance.
Passed the Legislative Council this 20th day
of December, 1963.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Coum;il.






































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No. 18 of 1963. Vehicles and Road Tratfcl
(Amendment) Ordinance.






[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
I. G. TURBOTT,
Administrator,
30th December, 1963.








ANTIGUA.

No. 18 of 1963.


ANTIGUA


An Ordinance to amend further the Vehicles
and Road Traflic Ordinance, 1946.

[BY PROCLAMATION]

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
Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1963, and shall be read as one with the
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, 19M6, and 5/1946
all amendments thereto, hereinafter called the 22/1954
13t1955
principal Ordinance. 7/1960
8/1961


















ANTIGUA. 2 Vehicles and Road Traffic No. 18 of 1963.
(Amendment) Ordinance.

Insertion of 2. The principal Ordinance is amended by
new Part in the insertion immediately after Part VI thereof
Ordinance. of the following Cross Headings and new
section:-

"PART VI A.

FOOT-PASSENGER CROSSINGS.
Foot-pas- 68A. (1) Crossings for foot-
senger
crossings,. passengers may be established on
roads in accordance with the provi-
sions of this section.
(2) The Administrator may
make regulations with respect to the
precedence of vehicles and foot-
passengers respectively; and generally
with respect to the movement of
traffic at and in the vicinity of a
crossing and with respect to the indi-
cation of the limits of a crossing by
marks on the roadway or otherwise,
and to the erection of traffic signs in
connection therewith.
(3) Different regulations may be
made under this section in relation to
different traffic conditions and in
particular, but without prejudice to
the generality of the foregoing words,
different regulations may be made in
relation to crossings in the vicinity of,
and at a distance from, a junction
of roads, and to traffic which is
controlled by the police, and by
traffic signals, and by different kinds
of traffic signals, and which is not
controlled.
(4) Any person who contravenes
any regulations made under this sec-
tion shall be guilty of an offence and
liable to a fine not exceeding fifty
dollars or to imprisonment for a term
not exceeding-three months and, in
the case of a second or subsequent


















No. 18 of 1963. Vehicles and Road Traffic 3 ANTIGUA.
(Amendment)

offence, to a fine not exceeding one
hundred dollars or to imprisonment
for a term not exceeding six months.

(5) In this section the expres-
sion crossing means a crossing for
foot-passengers proposed by the
Board and approved by the Ad-
ministrator specifying either the
positions of the proposed crossings,
or the lengths of road, or the areas,
in which crossings are to be estab-
lished and indicated in accordance
with the regulations having effect
as respects that crossing.
(6) For the purposes of a prose-
cution for a contravention of any
of the provisions of a regulation
having effect as respects a crossing,
the crossing shall be deemed to be
established and indicated as aforesaid
unless the contrary is proved."

3. Section 77A of the principal Ordinance Amendmentof
is amended by deleting paragraph (k) thereof. U tion7A of
Ordinance.
4. This Ordinance shall come into force Commence-
on the 1st day of January, 1964. ment.

D. W. HURST,
Speaker.
Passed the Legislative Council this 20th day
of December, 1963.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.





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No. 2 of 1963. Nurses Reqistration.







[L.S.]


I ASSENT,
M.


S. STAVELEY,
Administrator.
29th March, 1963.


VIRGIN ISLANDS.

No. 2 of 1963.

An Ordinance to provide for the registration of
nurses for the sick.


[BY PROCLAMATION]


Commence-
ment.


ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Nurses Short title.
Registration Ordinance, 1963.


2. (1) For the purposes of this Ordinance
there shall be established a Nursing Council for the
Colony (in this Ordinance referred to as the
Council "), which shall be a body corporate by that
name with perpetual succession and a common seal.

(2) The Council shall be constituted in
accordance with the provisions contained in the
Schedule to this Ordinance.

(3) The seal of the Couneil shall be authenti-
cated in the prescribed manner and any document
purporting to be sealed with the said seal so
authenticatd shall be receivable in evidence of the
particulars stated in that document,


Establish ment
and Constitu-
tion of
Nursing
Council.


















VIRGIN 2 Nurses Registration. No. 2 of 1963.
ISLANDS.
Register of 3. (1) It shall be the duty of the Council to
Nurses. form and keep a register of nurses for the sick (in
this Ordinance referred to as the register ")
subject to and in accordance with the provisions of
this Ordinance.
(2) The register shall consist of the following
parts:-
(a) a general part containing the names of all
female nurses who satisfy the conditions
of admission to that part of the register;
(b) any other prescribed part.
(3) A certificate under the seal of the Council
duly authenticated in the prescribed manner stating
that any person is. or was at any date, duly
registered under this Ordinance shall be evidence in
all courts of law of the fact stated in the certificate.
(4) Any reference in this Ordinance to the
register shall unless the context o herwise requires,
be deemed to include a reference to any part of the
register, and the expression '" registered shall be
construed accordingly.
Rules. 4. (1) The Council shall make rules for the
following purposes:-
(a) for regulating the format ion, maintenance
Iand publication of the register;

(b) for regulating the conditions of admission
to the register;
(c) for regulating the conduct of any
examinations which may be prescribed as
a condition of admission to the register,
and any matters ancillary to or connected
with any such examinations:
(d) for prescribing the causes for which, the
conditions under which, and the manner
in which nurses may be fined, suspended
or removed from the register, the
procedure for the restoration to the
register of nurses who have been removed
therefrom, and the fee to be payable on
such restoration:


















No. 2 of 1963. Nurses Registration. 3 VIRGIN
ISLANDS.
(e) for regulating the summoning of meetings
of the Council and the proceedings
(including quorum) of the Council;
(f) for enabling the Council to constitute
committees and for authorising the
delegation to committees of any of the
powers of the Council, and for regulating
the proceedings (including quorum) of
committees;
(g) for prescribing fees of nurses duly
registered under this Ordinance and for
the payment and recovery thereof;
(A) generally for making provision with
respect to any matters with respect to
which thie Council think that provision
should bo made for the purpose of carry-
ing this Ordinance into effect (including
provision with respect to the issue of
certificates to nurses registered under this
Ordinance and with respect to the uniform
or badge which may be worn by nurses so
registered), and for presc ibing anything
which under this Ordinance is to be
prescribed.
(2) Rules under this section shall contain
provisions:-
(a) requiring as a condition of the admission
of any person to the register that
that person shall have undergone the
prescribed training, and shall possess the
prescribed experience, in the nursing of
the sick;
(b) requiring that the prescribed training shall
be carried out in an institution approved
by the Council in that behalf;
(c) enabling persons who, within a period of
two years after the date on which the
rules to be made under the provisions of
this paragraph first come into operation,
make nn application in that behalf (in this
Ordinance referred to as "an existing
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VIRGIN 4 Nurses Registration. No. 2 of 1963.
ISLANDS.
to the register on producing evidence to
the satisfaction of the Council that they
are of good character, are of the prescribed
age, are persons who were for at least
three years before the first (lay of
January, nineteen hundred and sixty-two
bona fide engaged in practice as nurses
in attendance of the sick, under conditions
which appear to the Council to be
satisfactory for the purposes of this
provision and have adequate knowledge
and experience of the nursing of the sick.
(3) Rules made by the Council shall not take
effect until they have been approved by the
Administrator in Council.

Stall and 5. (1) The Council may, with the previous
expenses. sanction of the Administrator in Council, appoint a
person to act as Secretary and Treasurer of the
Council, and may, subject to the consent of the
Administrator in Council as to numbers, employ
such other officers as the Council consider necessary.
(2) Any expenses incurred by the Council
in carrying this Ordinance into effect, including
expenses in connection with examinations under
this Ordinance (and subject as hereinafter provided,
the travelling expenses of and sums paid on account
of subsistence allowance to members of the Council)
shall be defrayed out of the sums received by the
Council under this Ordinance.
(3) The accounts of the Council shall be
audited in such manner, and by such person, as the
Council may, subject to the approval of the
Administrator in Council, from time to time direct,
and copies of the accounts and of any report made
on the accounts shall be transmitted to all the
members of the Council and to such other persons
as the Council may direct,
Fee;. 6. (1) There shidll be paid to the Council in
respect of every application to be examined or to be
registered under this Ordinance, and in respect of
the retention in any year of the name of any person
on the register, such fees respectively as the Council
may, with the approval of the Administrator in
Council, from time to time determine:


















No. 2 of 1963. Nurses Registration 5 VIRGIN
ISLANDS.
Provided that:-

(a) in the case of an existing practitioner's
application the amount of the fee
payable on the application shall be
such sum, not exceeding five dollars
in the currency of the United States
of America, as the Council, with
such approval as aforesaid, may
determine; and

(b) the amount of the fee payable in
respect of the retention in any year
of the name of any person on the
register shall not exceed one dollar
and twenty-five cents in the curr( neN
of the United States of America.

(2) The Council may charge for any certificate
or other document issued, or in respect of any
services performed, by them, such fees as may be
prescribed.

7. (1) Any person who proves to the satis- Admission to
faction of the Council that she has been registered register of
persons
generally as a nurse for the sick in the United tiained
Kingdoin, shall be entitled, on making an applica- outside the
tion in the prescribed manner and paying such fee
not being greater than the fee payable )n ordinary
applications for registration under this Ordiimnee
as the Council may demand, to be registered in a
corresponding manner under this Ordinance:

(2) Any person who proves to the satisfaction
of the Council that she has been registered gent r-
ally as a nurse for the sick in any other part of the
British Commonwealth or in any foreign country,
may be admitted to the final examination for nurses
for the sick, prescribed by the Council, on the
payment of such fee not being greater than the fe
payable on ordinary applications for admission to
such examination as the Council may demand. and
if s'ie sitccessfully passes such examination shall be
entitled to be registered under this Ordinance:


Provided that-


















VIRGix I Nurses Registiration. No. 2 of 1963.
ISLAND DS.
(a) there shall be in force in such place
an enactment, or a provision of any
kind having the force of law, provi-
ding,- for the registration of nurses
under some public authority;
(b) the Council are satisfied that the
standard (of training and examination
required for admission to the register
of nurses established under the said
enactment or provision shall be not
lower than the standard of training
and examination required under this
Ordinance.
(3) Where there is a reciprocity: agreement
concerning nurses between this Colony and any
part of the British Commonowealth or any foreign
country, any person who prove. to the satisfaction
of the Council that she is registered in such part of
the British Commonwealth or foreign country
generally as a nurse for the sick, shall be entitled,
on maKing an application in the prescribed manner
and paying such fee, not being greater than the fee
payable on ordinary applications for registration
under this Ordinance, as the Council may demand,
to be registered in a corresponding manner under
this Ordinance.
Appeal 8. Any person aggrieved by the removal of
reil from her name from the register or by the refusal of the
register or Council to register her may, within three months
register to after the date on which notice is given to her by the
Council of such removal or refusal, appeal against
the Council's decision to the Supreme Court and
such appeal shall be heard by a single judge in
chambers who shall give such directions in the
matter as he may think proper, including a direc-
tion as to costs of the appeal and the order of the
judge shall be final and conclusive and not subject
to an appeal to any other court.
Penalties 9. (1) Any person who-
for unlawful
assumption (a) not being a person duly registered
of title of uidi-r this Ordinance takes or uses
regiRtered
nurse and the name or tie o of registered nurse
for falsi- or registered nursing practitioner,
fiction of
register. either alone or in combination with


















No. 2 of 1963. Nu)rss Reqgistration. 7 VIRGIN
ISLANDS.
any other words or letter, or any
name, title, addition, description, uni-
form or badge, implying that she is
registered under this Ordinance, or
is recognized by law as a registered
nurse; or

(b) being a person whose name is inclu-
ded in any part of the register, at
any time after the expiration of the
period aforesaid takes or uses any
name, title, addition, description, uni-
form or badge, or otherwise does any
act of any kind implying that her
name is included in some other part
of the register; or

(c) at any time with intent to deceive
makes use of any certificate of regis-
tration as a nurse issued under this
Ordinance to her or any other person,

shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not
exceeding fifty dollars in th, currency of the United
States of America in the case of a first offence and,
in the case of a second or any subsequent offence,
two hundred and fifty dollars in the currency of the
United States of America or to be imprisoned for a
term not exceeding six months.
(2) If any person wilfully makes, or causes to
be made any falsification in any matter relating to
the register, she shall be guilty of an offence and
shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not
exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars in the
currency of the United States of Amerioa or to be
imprisoned for a term not exceeding six months.

10. Any sum or sums of money arising from Disposal of
summary conviction and recovery of penalties im- fines paid
into court.
posed by this Ordinance or by any rule made there-
under shall be paid to the Magistrate, who shall pay
the same to the Secretary for use by the Council.

11. This Ordinance shall come into operation comnmenoe-
on a date to be appointed by the Administrator by ment,
proclamation in the Gaz- tte,

















VIGIsN 8 Nurses Re,!istratron. No. 2 of 1963.
ISLANDS.
SCHEDULE


CONSTITUTION OF COUNCIL


1. The Council shall consist of five members.
2. On its first constitution the Council shall be composed
of the following persons, namely:-
(a) two persons appointed by the Adthinistrator in Council;
(b) one person appointed by the Superintendent of Medi-
cal Services;
(c) two persons appointed by the Nurses and Midwives of
the Colony.
3. The first members of the Council shall hold office for
such term, not less than one year and not exceeding two years
from the commencement of this Ordinance, as the Administrator
in Council may determine.
4. After the expiration of the term of office of the first
members of the Council, the Council shall be composed of the
following persons, namely:-
(a) two persons appointed by the Administrator in
Council;
(b) one person appointed by tne Superintendent of
Medical Sevices; and
(c) two persons both of whom shall be persons registered
as nurses under this Ordinance, elected in accordance
with the prescribed scheme and in the prescribed
manner by the persons registered as nurses under this
Ordinance and so registered at the date of election.
5 Any members of the Council other than the first mem-
bers thereof shall hold office for a term of three years.
6. If the place of a member of the Council becomes
vacant before the expiration of his term of office whether by
death, resignation, or otherwise, the vacancy shall be filled by
appointment by the body or person by whom the member was
appointed, or, if the vacating member was an elected member,


















No. 2 of 1963. Nutses Registration.


9 VnIRGIN
ISLANDS.


by the Council. The Council in co-opting a member under the
foregoing provision shall, so far as practicable, select a person,
being a person registered as a nurse under this Ordinance, who
is a representative of the same interests as those represented by
the vacating member. Any person appointed or elected to fill
a casual vacancy shall hold office only so long as the member in
whose stead he is appointed or elected. would have held office.

7. Any member ceasing to be a member of the Council
shall be eligible for re-appointment or re-election.

8. The powers of the Council may be exercised not-
withstanding any vacancy in their number.

M. S. STAVELEY,
President.


Passed the Legislative Council
1963.


this 22nd day of March,


J. M. CLABKE
Clerk of the Council.




















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No. 8 of 1963. The Dogs (Injury to Persons, VIRGIN
Cattle and Poultry) ISLANDS.
[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
M. S. STAVELEY,
Administrator.
31st May, 1963.

VIRGIN ISLANDS

No. 8 of 1963.
An Ordinance to make provisions relating to the
liability for injury to persons, cattle and poultry
by dogs.
[BY PROCLAMATION] Commcnoe-
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Dogs Short title.
(Injury to Persons, Cattle and Poultry) Ordinance,
1963.
2. In this Ordinance- Interprets
ion.
cattle includes bull, ox, cow, steer, heifer,
horse, pony, mule, ass, sheep, goat, pig, or
the young of the same;
poultry" means domestic ftwls, turkeys,
geese, ducks and guinea fowls.

3. (1) The owner of a dog shall be liable in Liability of
damages for injury done to any person, cattle or for injudory
poultry by that dog; and it shall not be necessary to persons,
cattle and
for the person seeking such damages to show a pre- pou lty.
vious mischievous propensity in the dog, or the
owner's knowledge of such previous propensity, or
to show that the injury was attributable to neglect
on the part of the owner.

(2) Where any such injury has been done by
a dog, the occupier of any house or premises
where the dog was kept or permitted to live or
remain at the time of the injury shall be presumed
to be the owner of the dog, and shall be liable for
the injury unless he proves that he was not the
owner of the dog at that time:

















VIRGIN 2 The Dogs (Injury to Persons, No. 8 of 1963.
ISLANDS. Cattle and Poultry)

Provided that where there are more occupiers
than one in any house or premises, the occupier of
that particular part of the house or premises in
which the dog has been kept or permitted to live or
remain at the time of the injury shall be presumed
to be the owner of the dog.

Power to 4. (1) It shall be lawful for any member of
destroy dogs, the Police Force or any Local Constable or any Local
Government Officer to destroy either by shooting
with a firearm or by killing in some other manner
which will cause as little pain as possible-

(a) any dog found at large between the hours
of six o'clock in the evening and five
o'clock in the morning of the next succeed-
ing day; and

(b) any dog whilst it is chasing any cattle or
poultry at any time or place.

(2) For the purposes of this section, the ex-
pression firearm shall include a weapon of any
description or an airgun or other kind of gun from
which any shot, bullet or other missile can be dis-
charged, but does not include any toy-pistol or toy-
gun from which any missile is discharged by the
force of a spring alone.

Dangerous 5. The Magistrate may take cognizance of a
dogs. complaint that a dog is dangerous and not kept
under proper control, and if it appears to him that
any dog, the subject of any such complaint made to
him, is dangerous and not kept under proper control
he may make an order in a summary way directing
that such dog be kept under proper control by its
owner or be destroyed; and every person who shall
fail to comply with any such order shall be liable to
a penalty not exceeding five dollars in the currency
of the United States of America for every day
during which such default shall have lasted.

Repeal 6. Section 5 of the Law Reform (Miscellane-
6/1958. onu Provisions) Ordinance, 1958 is hereby repealed,



















No. 8 of 1963. The Dog (fInjury to Persons, 3 VIHGIN
Cattle and fo'ul/ry) ISLANrS.

7. This Ordinance shall come into operation Commence-
on a date to be appointed by the Administrator by ment.
Proclamation published in the Gazette.

M. S. STAVELEY,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council the 28th day of
May, 1963.
M. FLAX,
Ag. Clerk of the Council.
































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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES .AND ORDERS.
1963, No. 36.


THE TELEPHONE (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 1963,
DATED DECEMBER 4, 1963, MADE BY THE SUPERIN-
TENDENT OF GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES UNDER
SECTION 4 OF THE TELEPHONE ORDINANCE, 1929
(No. 2 OF 1929).


[Gazetted 23rd January, 1964.]

1.. These Regulations may be cited as the Tele- Short title.
phone (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations, 1963, and 9/-
12/1959.
shall be read as one with the Telephone Regulations, 30/1960.
1958, as amended, herein after called the principal 3/1961.
Regulations.

2. For Schedule III to the principal Regulations Replacement
there shall be substituted the following.- o Schedule
principal
Regulations.
SCHEDULE III.

Radio Telephone Tariff Charges.

MINIMUM EACH REPORT
Country iRoute CHARGE EXTRA CHARGE
(ria) 3 MINS. MIN.
$ $ $
Alaska ..... U.S.A. 18.00 6.00 1.80
Algeria ... ...... U.K. 21.60 7.20 2.16
Aruba ... Barbados
and NW I 9.00 3.00 .90
Argentina ...... ...... U.S.A. 25.80 8.60 1.80
Austria ..... ...... U.K. 17.28 5.76 1.73
U.S.A. 18.00 6.00 1.80


Barbados


direct


2.70 0.90 0.24






















RADIO TELEPHONE RATES-(Oont'd)
MINIMUM EACH REPORT
Route CHARGE EXTRA CHARGE
(ria) 3 MINS. MIN.
$ $ $


Bahamas Barbados
and U.S.A. 15.48
Bonaire ...... Barbados
and NW I 9.00
Brazil U.S.A. 25.80
Belgium ...... ...... U.K. 15.84
Bermuda ...... ..... Barbados 9.00
British Guiana Zone A (Georgetown) Barbados 2.70
Zone B Barbados 2.88
British Honduras Barbados 9.00
Canada Barbados


5.16 1.29


3.00
8.60
5.28
3.00
0.90
0.96
3.00


.90
1.29
1.58
0.96
0.24
0.24
0.90


Zone A Ontario & Quebec
Zone B New Brunswick
Nova Scotia and
Prince Edward Is
Zone C Alberta, Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Zone D British Columbia
Zone E Yukon
Chile

Columbia

Costa Rica



Czechoslovakia ....
Denmark .....

Dominica ......
Dominican Republic
Eire
Equador
Faroe Islands
Finland
France


14.40 4.80 1.20


land 14.40
1&
19.20
19.20
19.20
Barbados
and USA 25.80
Barbados
and USA 10.80
Barbados
and U.S.A. 18.06
U.K. 18.00
Barbados 9.00
U.S.A. 18.00
U.K. or 17.28
U.S.A. 18.00
Barbados 2.70
U.S.A. 15.48
U.K. 14.40
U.S.A. 12.60
U.K. 17.28
U.S.A. 25.80
U.K. or 15.84
U.S.A. 18.00


4.80

6.40
6.40
6.40

8.60


1.20

1.20
1.20
1.20

1.29


3.60 1.08


6.02
6.00
3.00
6.00
5.76
6.00
0.90
5.16
4.80
4.20
5.76
8.60
5.28
6.00


1.29
0.96
0.96
1.80
1.73
1.80
0.24
1.29
0.96
1.26
1.73
1.29
1.58
1.80


Country




















3

RADIO TELEPHONE RATES-(Con'td)
MINIMUM EACH REPORT
Route CHARGE EXTRA CHARGE
(via) 3 MINS. MIN.


$
Germany ...... ...... U.K. or 17.28
U.S.A. 18.00
Ghana ...... ...... U.K. 18.00
Grenada ...... ...... Barbados 2.70
Guadeloupe ...... .... Barbados 5.40
Guatemala ...... ...... U.S.A. 18.06
Haiti ...... ...... U.S.A. 15.48
Hawaii ...... ...... U.S.A. 25.80
Holland ...... ...... U.K. 15.00
Hong Kong ...... ...... U.S.A. 25.80
Hungary ...... ...... U.S.A. 18.00
Iceland .. ..... U.S.A. 25.80
Montreal 18.00
India ...... ...... U.K. 18.00
Italy .... ...... U.S.A. 17.28

Jamaica: Kingston
Zone A Barbados 2.70
Zone B 3.54
Japan .... U.S.A. 25.80
Korea ..... ...... U.S.A. 25.80
Lebanon ...... ... Barbados 21.60
Luxemburg ...... ...... U.K. 15.84
Martinique ...... ...... Barbados 5.40
Montserrat ...... .... direct 1.80


$ $
5.28 1.73
6.00 1.80
6.00 0.96
0.90 0.24
1.80 0.54
6.02 1.29
5.16 1.29
8.60 1.29
5.28 1.58
8.60 1.29
6.00 1.80
8.60 1.80
6.00 0.90
6.00 0.96
5.76 1.72

.90 0.24
1.18 0.24
8.60 1 29
8.60 1.29
7.20 1.32
5.28 1.58
1.80 0.54
0.60 0.24


Morocco: Northern and
Southern Zones
Norway


Nigeria
Nicaragua
Okinawa
Pakistan


U.K.
U.K. or
U.S.A.
U.K.


........... U .S.A.
...... ...... U .S.A .
.......... U .K .


18.06 6.02
25.80 8.60
18.00 6.00


Country


21.60 7.20 2.16

18.00 6.00 1.80
18.00 6.00 0.96


1.26
1.80
0.96






















RADIO TELEPHONE RATES-(Cont'd)
MINIMUM EACH REPORT
RHaue CHARGE EXTRA CHARGE
(ria) 3 MINS. MIN.
$ $ $


Panama
Peru
Phillipines
Poland

Portugal
Puerto Rico
Republic Hondui
Saar Territory
Sahara
Salvador
Sierra Leone
Spain
St. Kitts
St. Lucia
St. Vincent
Surinam
Sweden

Switzerland
Tobago
Trinidad: Zone A
Zone B
Tunisia
Turks Island

United Kingdom


U.S.A.


............ U.S.A. 15.48
..... ...... U.S.A 25.80
............ U.S.A. 25.80
.... ...... U .K or
U.S.A. 18.00
.......... U.K. 21.48
U.S.A. 12.90
ras ...... U.S.A. 12.60
............ U.K. 17.28
............ U.K. 21.00
........ U.S.A. 18.06
............ U.K. 18 00
............ U.S.A. 25.80
............ direct 1.80
............ Barbados 2.70
............ Barbados 2.70
Barbados 9.00
............ U .K or
U.S.A. 18.00
...... U.K. 17.28
............ Barbados 2.04
(Port of Spain) Barbados 2.70
3.30
............ U.K. 21.60
Barbados/
Jamaica 3.24
Barbados 14.40
Barbados
and U.S.A. 20.64
Barbados


Zone A Florida
Zone B Alabama, Delaware
District of Columbia,
Georgia, Kentucky,
Maryland, Mississippi,
North Carolina, South,
Carolina, Tenessee,
Virginia, West Virginia


5.16
8.60
8.60

6.00
7.16
4.30
4.20
5.76
7.20
6.02
6.00
8.60
0.60
0.90
0.90
3.00

6.00
5.75
0.68
0.90
1.10
7.20

1.08
4.80

6.88


1.08
1.80
1.80

1.80
2.15
0.90
1.26
1.73
2.16
1.26
1.80
1.80
0.24
0.24
0.24
0.90

1.80
1.73
0.24
0.24
0.24
2.16

0.24
0.96

1.80


12.96 4.32 1.29


12.96 4.32 1.29


Country























RADIO TELEPHONE

Country


-(Cont'd)

Zone C Connecticut, Illinois,
Indiana, Maine,
Massachusetts, New
Hampshire, New Jersey,
New York, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, Rhode
Island, Vermont


Zone D Arkansas, Colorado,
Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana,
Michigan, Minnesota,
Missouri, Nebraska, New
Mexico, North Dakota,
Oklahoma, South Dakota,
Texas, Wisconsin

Zone E Montana, Wyoming

Zone F Arizona, California,.
Idaho, Nevada, Oregon,
Utah, Washington

Uraguay ..........
U.S.S.R ............

Venezuela ............


Virgin Islands

Yugoslavia


RATES-(Cont'd)

MINIMUM EACH REPORT
Route CHARGE EXTRA CHARGE
(ria) 3 MINS. MIN.
$ $ $







15.48 5.16 1.29


15.48 5.16 1.29

20.64 6.88 1.29


20.64 6.88 1.29

U.S.A. 25.80 8.60 1.80


U.K. or
U.S.A.


25.80 8.60 1.80


U.S.A. 15.48 5.16 1.08
U.S.A. 12.90 4.30 0.90


U.K.


COMMINCEMENT. These Regulations shall
into operation on the 1st day of October, 1963,

Made by the Superintendent of Government
of November, 1963.


25.80 8.60 1.88
be deemed to have come


Telephones this 20th day

G. A. THIBOU,
Superintendent.


Approved by the Administrator in Council this 4th day of December,
1963.


E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.

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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

19683, No. 87.


THE PENSIONS (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 1963, DATED
25TH SEPTEMBER 1963, MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR
IN COUNCIL WITH THE SANCTION OF THE SECRETARY OF
STATE UNDER SUBSECTION (2) OF SECTION 3 OF THE
PENSIONS ACT, 1947 (No. 12/1947).


(Gazetted 23rd January, 1964)
1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the
Pensions (Amendment) Regulations, 1963, and shall be read as
one with the Pensions Regulations, 1947, contained in the
First Schedule to the Pensions Act, 1947, and all amendments
thereto, hereinafter called the principal Regulations.

2. Substitution of new regulation for regula-
tion 6 of principal Regulations. The following
regulation shall be substituted for regulation 6 of the principal
Regulations:-
6. MARRIAGE GRATUITIES. Where a female officer,
who has been in public service under the Government of
the Colony for not less than five years and has been
confirmed in a pensionable office, retires from that
service either-
(a) because of her intention to marry (which in-
tention shall be notified to the Administrator at
the time of retirement) and marries within three
months of her retirement; or
(b) within six months after her marriage,
and she is not eligible for the grant of any pension or
otherwise eligible for gratuity under this Part of these
Regulations, she may be granted, on production within
six months after her retirement, or such longer period as
the Administrator may in any particular case allow, of



















satisfactory evidence of her marriage, a gratuity of an
amount not exceeding-
(a) one year's pensionable emoluments; or
(b) five times the annual amount of the pension which
might have been granted to her uiider regulation
4 of these Regulations had there been no
qualifying period and had that regulation been
applicaticable to her,
whichever amount shall be the less.
3. Amendment of regulation 9 of the princi-
pal Regulations. Regulation 9 of the principal Regula-
tions is amended by substituting the following proviso for the
proviso to paragraph (3) of that regulation:-
Provided that-
(a) in calculating the 'aggregate amount of his
pensionable emoluments, no account shall be
taken of any service under the Government of
the Colony or a Scheduled Government in respect
of which no pension or gratuity is granted to
him by that Government or Scheduled Govern-
ment, as the case may be;
(b) where any service in a civil capacity otherwise
than in a pensionable office is taken into account
as pensionable service, the officer's aggregate
pensionable emoluments during that service
shall be taken into account to the same extent as
that service is taken into account as pensionable
service."
4. Substitution of new regulation for regula-
tion 13 of the principal Regulations. The following
regulation shall be substituted for regulation 13 of the principal
Regulations:-
13. "MARRIAGE GRATUITIES. Where a female
officer to whom this Part of these Regulations applies
retires or is required to retire from the public service for
the reason that she is ahbut 1o marry or has married, and-
(i) would have been eligible for a gratuity under
regulation 6 of these Regulations if her public
service had been wholly under'the Government
of the Colony; and



















(ii) is not eligible for the grant of any pension or
otherwise eligible for gratuity under this Part of
these Regulations,
she may be granted in respect of her public service
under the Government of the Colony a gratuity of an
amount not exceeding five times the annual amount of the
pension for which she would have been eligible under
regulation 9, 10 or 11 had there been no qualifying period
and had regulation 9, 10 or 11 as the case may be, been
applicable to her:
Provided that for the purpose of computing the amount of
such a gratuity-
(a) in relation to a pension under regulation 9 or 11,
sub-paragraph (c) of paragraph (2) of regulation
9 shall have effect as if the reference tLerein to
two-thirds of her highest pensionable emoluments
were a reference to one-fifth of her annual
pensionable emoluments;
(b) in relation to a pension under regulation 9, 10
or 11, the annual amount of that pension shall
not exceed one-fifth of her annual pensionable
emoluments."
5. Amendment of regulation 18 of the prin-
cipal Regulations. Regulation 18 of the principal
Regulations is amended-
(a) by inserting the word general immediately before
the word revision occurring in sub-paragraph (b)
of paragraph (2) of that regulation;
(b) by deleting the words of salaries occurring in the
said sub-paragraph (b) of paragraph (2) of that
regulation;
(c) by deleting the words of salaries occurring in sub-
paragraph (c) of paragraph (3) of that regulation.

Made by the Administrator acting in accordance with the
advice of the Executive Council this 25th day of September,
1963.

E. T. HENRY
"Clerk of theCouncil.





















Laid before the Legislative Council this 20th day of
December 1963.

E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.








































Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by ROBERT LIND AY, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1964,


520-1,64.


[Price 11 cents]





















ANTIGUA. FEB 10 1


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDER _
1964, No. 2.


The Betting and Gaming (Control of Games) (Amendment)
Regulations, 1964, dated 8th "January 1964, made by
the Administrator in Council under section 5 of the Bet-
ting and Gaming Ordinance, 1963 (No. 10 of 1963).
[Gazetted 23rd January, 1964.]

1. SHORT TITLE. These Regulations may be cited as the
Betting and Gaming (Control of Games) (Amendment) Regula-
tions, 1964, and shall be read as one with the Betting and
Gaming (Control of Games) Regulations, 1963, (S.R.O. No. 39
of 1963.) hereinafter called the principal Regulations.
2. SUSPENSION OF PARAGRAPH (6) OF REGULATION 4 OF
PRINCIPAL REGULATIONS. The operation of paragraph (6) of
regulation 4 of the principal Regulations (which requires Crou-'
piers and other employees of a licensee to wear dinner jackets
while they are on duty) is hereby suspended for a period of six
months from the 16th December 1963.
3. AMENDMENT OF SCHEDULE TO PRINCIPAL REGULA-
TIONS. The Schedule to the principal Regulations is amended
in the following respects:-
(a) by deleting sub-paragraph (2) of paragraph 9 of that
part of the Schedule which deals with the game of
Roulette and substituting the following therefor:-
(2) When separate bets are made, the maximum
limits will be those indicated in the following table:
BET LIMIT HOUSE PAY
Straight $ 20.00 35 to 1
Split 40.00 17 to 1
Street 60.00 11 to 1
Quarter or Corner 80.00 8 to 1
Line (1-2-3-0) French Roulette 80.00 8 to 1
Line (1-2-3-0-00) American Roulette 100.00 6 to 1
Line 120,00 5 to 1
Columns 240.00 2 to 1
lst-2nd-3rd Dozen 240.00 2 to 1
Colour 360.00 Even





















Even 360.00 Even
Odds 360.00 ,,
1 to 18 Low 360.00 ,,
19 to 36 High 360.00 ,,
These maximum limits are multiples of 20 and shall
not be altered to change the proportion established in the
preceding table. Therefore a bet on column shall have a
maximum of the limit authorised (or $20) for the series of
numbers which are bet (or 12) and which will total $240.
The player shall not, therefore be deprived from reaching
the limits hereby established.
The maximum limit for a number on the roulette may
not go over $20 straight in addition to $20 in each of its
splits and corners and $20 on each oce of the two lines
and in the street touching the number. In other words,
$20 can be bet any way you can reach the number. How-
ever, sums played on a number all around (starred) cannot
lhe played on a number straight by not making the bets
around the number.";
(b) by deleting paragraph 10 of that part of the Schedule
which deals with the game of Craps and substituting
the following therefor:-
"10. LIMITS AND ODDS AUTHORISED BY
THE BOARD.
BETS HOUSE LIMIT
PAYS
Pass Lhie Even $100.00
Do Not Pass Even 100.00
Oomu Even 100.00
Do not Come Even 100.00
Field Even 100.00
Any Seven 4 to 1 75.00
Any Crap 7 to 1 50.00
Hardway Six (3-3) 9 to 1 25.00
Hardway Eight (4-4) 9 to 1 25.00
Hardway Four (2-2) 7 to 1 25.00
Hardway Ten (5-5) 7 to 1 25.00
Eleven (5-6) 15 to 1 20.00
Ace Deuce (1-2) (2-1) 15 to 1 20.00
Two Aces (1-1) 30 to 1 20.00
Two Sixes (6-6) 30 to 1 20.00


Behind the Pass Line
Player receives the odds
If winning number is 4
or 10
If winning number is 5
or 9


2 to 1

3 to 2


No more than
bet on line


',, ,, ,,




















If winning number is 6
or 8 6 to 5

Behind the Do Not Pass Line
Player pays or lays the odds
Point 4 or 10 Player lays 2 to 1


Point 5 or 9




Point 6 or 8


Player lays




Player lays


3 to 2




6 to 5


,, ,, ,,


Double of
what is bet
on the line
One and a
half times
more of what
is bet on
the line
Whatever is
bet on the
line plus 1/5


, Off the Point Bets
Player takes Odds
On number 4 or 10
On number 5 or 9
On number 6 or 8
Player gives Odds
On number 4 or 10
On number 5 or 9
On number 6 or 8


House pays



Player lay


9 to 5
7 to 5
Even


11


,, ,, 8
7, 7, 5


4. COMMENCEMENT. These Regulations shall be deemed
to have had effect as from the 16th day of December, 1963.
Made by the Administrator acting in accordance with the
advice of the Executive Council this 8th day of January
1964.
E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.







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VIRGIN ISLANDS


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1962, No. 9.


STAMPS

THE STAMPS ORDER, 1962, DATED 13TH NOVEMBER, 1962,
MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SEC-
TIONS 4 AND 5 OF THE STAMP ACT (CAP. 135).


1. CITATION. This Order may be cited as the Stamps
Order, 1962.
2. DEFINITION. In this Order, the term "stamp"
means adhesive stamps for postage and revenue.
3. STAMPS. There shall be used in the Colony stamps
of the value and designs specified in the Schedule to this Order.
4. DIES. The several dies and other implements re-
quired to give effect to this Order shall be provided.
5. VALUE. The denominational value overprinted on
any stamp authorised by this Order shall be the value of that
stamp in the currency of the United States of America.
6. SAVING. The stamps authorised for use under the
Stamps Order, 1956 (S.R. & 0., 1956, No. 35) may continue
to be used until the 30th day of June, 1964.
7. COMMENCEMENT. This Order shall come into
operation on the 10th day of December, 1962.
Made by the Administrator in Council this 13th day of
November, 1962.

J. M. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council,























SCHEDULE.


The stamps shall be the same stamps autlhorised undor the Stamps
Order, 1956 (S.R. & 0. 1956, No. 35) together with an overprint in
black as follows:-


Colour


Black and purple
Blue-green and blue
Red-brown and black
Blue and olive-green
Brown aud green
Orange and blue
Blue and red
Green and brown
Blue and yellow-
brown
Green and red
Yellow and brown
Dark brown and
light blue


Description


Island of Tortola
Virgin Islands Sloop
Nelthrop Red Poll Bull
Road Harbour
Mountain Travel
Beach scene
Boat launching
White cedar tree

Bonito
Treasury Square
Brown Pelican

Man-o-War Bird


Printed at the Government Printing Office. Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by'ROBERT LINDSAY, Acting Government Printer.--By Authority.
1964.


Overprint
and value

Ic.
2c.
3c.
4c.
5o.
8c.
O1.
12c.
150..

70c.
$1.40
$2.80


420-1.64.


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