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Title: 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: October 9, 1958
Frequency: weekly (irregular)
weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: 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
British Virgin Islands
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
General Note: Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.
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Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

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THE

ANTIGUA, MONTSE

AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS GA,

Published by cuthorifty


THURSDAY, 9TH OCTOBER, 1958.P


Notices.


It is notified for general informa-
tion that Mr. I. G. TURBOTT was
sworn in at Government House on
the 3rd October, 195.. as Administra-
tor of Antigna by the Honourable
the Puisne Judge in the presence of
His Excellency the Governor and the
members of the Le-tislative Council.

Ohief Secrotary's Opr;,(
Antigua.
3rd October, 1958.
Ref. No. P. F. 757.

His Excellency the Governor has
been pleased to sanction the award of
the second bar of the Colonial Police
Long Service Medal to the following
members of the Force:-

(i) No. 4 Inspector (Acting Assist-
ant) Superintendent) Joseph, Z.

(ii) No. 165 Inspector Proctor, E.M.

(iii) No. 147 Station Sergeant
Hunt, A. B.
(iv) No. 76 Station Seraeant (Acting
Inspector) f: ichael, K. G.
(Chief Secretary's Office,
Antigua.
2nd October, 1958.
Ref. o. o6000024.

No. 108.

Appointments, transfers, etc., in
the public service, with effect from
the dates stated, are published for
general information:-

Antigua.

ANTONIO, Miss M., Student N u r s e
appointed Staff Nurse, Holberton
Hospital. April 1

BARNES, Miss M. R. appointed Certi-
ficated Elementary School Assistant
Grade I. April 23

CHALLENGER, B., S e n i o r Clerk,
Peasant Development Office ap-
pointed Mechanical Unit Supervisor
Peasant Development Services.
Jan. 1
GULSTON, E., Uncertificated Elemen-
tary School Teacher, Education
Department resigned appointment.
August 31
HALSTEAD, C., Junior Clerk, Prison,
transferred as Junior Clerk, Public
Works Department. Sept. 24


HAVERCOMBE, G., appoint
Officer Class III, Central
and Planning Authority.

HAWLEY, Mits L., Junior C
tral Housing and PI
Authority resigned app
Oc
HEATH, DR. K. I. M., D
Medical Officer, St. Ki
Anguilla appointed Medic
Antigua.

ISAAC, E., Technician, Go
Printing Office dismissed.


ISAAC, Miss R., appointed
cated Elementary School
Education Department.

JAMES, Miss E. O. T., actin
Health Nurse appointed
Health Nurse, Medical De
Jai

JOSHUA. E., Uncertificated
tary School Teacher,
Department resigned app

LOVELACE, l.t. Col. A.,
M. .E., M.C., Adminis
Antigua, transferred to po
inissioner on Special Du
gua, and seconded to
Government as Defence C

Ref. No. P. F. 463.
PEREIRA, S., appointed Met
Electricity, Ice and Col
Department.

PIGOTT, Mi-. K., Laborator
cian Medical Department
ment terminated. Au

SCOTLAND, Miss Y., Stude
appointed Staff Nurse,
Hospital.

SIMON, Miss F., appointed
cated Elementary School
Education Department.

STEVINS, R. T., Supervising
Telephone Department,
Acting Director. Electr
Telephones.
Jan. 1, 1957-Feb.

ST. LUCE, J., appointed Jui
Audit D-partment.

TURBOTT, I. G., Adm
Officer, Grade B, Gilbert
Islands Colony to be Adm
Antigua.
Ref. No. P. F. 757.


ed Petty
Housing
Sept. 13

lerk, Cen-
annin g
oointmont.
tober 1
istri ct
tts-Nevis-
al Officer,
Sept. 1


.11, .,l 'C V' i.'.


ALLEN, Miss M. A. E., Certificated
Teacher Class 11, seconded as non-
gradiuate Assistant (woman),
Secondary School. Sept. 1
M. E. 453.
BROWNE, Miss B. C., acting Junior
Clerk, Secondary School, appointed
Junior Clerk, Treasury Department,
on probation. April 1
M.. 487.


vernment BROWNE, J. H. L., Senior Clh k,
Treasury Dtpartmpnt, appointed to
Sept. 5 act as Principal, Treasury Depart-
Unc ment. June 9
Uncrtifi- 1 .E. 295.
Teacher,
July 16 BROWNE, V. B. A., Esq., B. A., Gradu-
ate Assistant (man) S e c ondar y
ig Public School, appointed P ri n c i pa ,
d Public Sfecond(,ry School. June 1, 1957
apartment. M. E. 89.
iuary I
CABEY, G. R. E., Senior Cler k,
Elf-men- Administrator's Office, appointed to
Education act P r i c i p a 1, Administrator's
ointment. Office. Sept. 5
Sept. 8 r. E. 318.
C.M.G.,
Ctrator (f C'HISTJAN, R. A., seconded from
st of Cor- Antigun as Prison Keeper ap-
ty, Anti- pointed Prison Keeper, Montserrat.
Federal Feb. 1
officer M. E. 478.
Oct. 1 CASSELL, M. G. M. appointed Acting
Junior Clerk, Audit Department,
er Reader, on probation. April 8
.d Storage . 293.
Jan. 1 COOPER, Mrs M. M. District Midwife,
y Te i appointed to act as District Health
y Techni- Nurse. Sept. 12
appoint- M. E. 286.
gust 29
DARBY, H. A. F. Manager Electricity.
nt Nurse, Ice and Cold Storage Department
Holberton on contract, appointed as Manager,
April 1 Electricity, Ice and Cold Storage
Department. Feb. 1
Uncertifi- BE. 410.
Teacher,
Oct. 1 DYETT, Miss V. S. R., Principal, Ad-
ministrator's Office, appointed to act
gEngineer as Administrative Se c r e t a r y,
appointed Administrator's Office. Sept. 5
city and M. .79.

19, 1958 GREENAWAY, E. K., Junior C I e r k,
L g a 1 Department, seconded as
lior Clerk, Non-graduate a s s i s t a n t (man)
Sept. 14 Secondary School. Sept. 1
M3. E. 440.
inistrative
and Ellice JEFFERS, M;-', L. A. Student Nurse,
inistrator, appointed District Midwife.
Oct. 3. May 1


M. E. 379.


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218 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE


JOHNSON, W. Petty Officer Class III,
Secondary School, appointed as
Prison W ,r.( r Grade II. Sept. [
M. E. 472.

LEE, T. A., Non-graduate Assistant
Secondary School, appointed Grad-
nate Assistant (man), Secondary
School. July 1
M1. E. 6.
'.1 t. iE, N. MOD. W., Agricultural
Assistant Grade IV a p p o i n t e d
Agricultural Assistant Grade III B.
Jan. 1
WI. E. 235.

~r.:E. DE. N. MCD. W., Agricultural
Assistant Grade III B, seconded as
Banana Officer. July 1
M. E. 235.

RUSaLL, Miss K. E., C'l., :al Proba-
t i one r, Administrator's Office,
appointed Junior Clerk, Post Office
on Probation. April 1
M1. E. 432.

ROCK, K. N. G., Junior Clerk, on
probation, Medical Department, re-
signed appointment. Sept. 15
M. E. 467.

RYAn, Miss B. E., Junior Clerk on
probation, Administrator's Office,
confirmed in appointment.
April 1
1M. E. 390.

RYAN, W. P., appointed as Agricultu-
ral Assistant Grade IV on proba-
tion. Jan. 1
M. E. 491.

ST. HTLAIRE, G. Prison Warder Grade
II, resigned appointment. July 4
M. E. 239.

TUITT, Miss I. A. D.. Clerical Proba-
tioner, Legal Department, appointed
acting Junior Clerk, Secondary
School. April 1
M. E. 463.
TUITT, Miss I. A. D., acting Junior
Clerk, Secondary School, appointed
Junior Clerk, Medical Department,
on probation. Sept. 16
M. E. 4;3.

WHITs, P. E., Senior Clerk, Legal
Department, appointed Principal,
L-!,al Department. Jan. 1
M. E. 114.
WHTTE, Miss A. A., Student Nurse,
appointed to act as District Mid-
wife. Sept. 12
M. E. 414.
CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.

No. 109.

The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Governor
that the power of disallowance will
not be exercised in respect of the
undermentioned Ordinance.

Montserrat.
No. 17 of 1958 "Motor Vehicles
Insurance (Third-Party Risks) Ordi-
nance, 1958."
Ref. No. 47/100426.


No. 110.

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

ORDINANCE.

Virgin Islands.

No. 6 of 1958, "The Law Reform
(lMi ... a lII...i. s Pro v i si o n s) Ordi-
nance, 1958." 5 pp. Price 13 cts.

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.

fon tser'aut.

No. 24 of 1958, "The Montserrat
Postal Service (Amendment) Rules
and R. -ii l.t i .. -. 1958."
5 pp. Price 14 cls.
No. 30 of ':i .s, "The Prison
(Amendment) Rules, 1958."
4 pp. Price 11 cts.

Provost Marshal's Office,
Antigua,
6th October, 1958.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that there will be sold on the various
premises in the City of Saint John
hereafter named on Thursday, 6th
November, 1958 at 12 o'clock noon,
the lands and tenements belonging to
the persons whose names are set out
hereunder, the said premises having
been levied upon to satisfy the City
Rate due thereon for the year 1958.

HAMILTON'S LAND No. 1.

Alphonso Hamilton (5)

HAMILTON'S LAND No. 2.

David Anthony, Alphonso Hamil-
ton. (8)

BIKNNE 'T STREET.
W. J. Simon, Ursula Matthews,
K. O. Dowe, Olive Hazel woo d,
Alphonso Hamilton, Kenneth Henry,
Iris Mussington.

CHRISTOPHER STREET.
Albert Benjamin, John Francis,
Esther Christian.


BRYSON STREET.
Iola Bryant, Nathaniel
Pearl Hutchinson, Evelyn
Susannah Baptiste, Adelaide
Clarence Joseph.


Whyte,
George,
Henry,


ALFRED PETER'S STREET.
Louisa Mannix, Gwendolyn Hunte,
Charles Anthony, Isabella Burton,
Greta Louisa Henry, Edith Hodge,
Gwendolyn Challenger.

DICKENSONBAY STREET.
Geo. Josiah Samuel, Amy Blake,
Nehemiah Knight, Ernest James,
Johnathan Stevens, Lloyd Ernest
Whyte.

ST. GEORGE'S STREET.
Est. of Charles Davis, Est of Steven
Melvine (2), Victoria James, Adelaide
Edwards.


ST. JOiIN'S STREET.
G. Gaston Jehelman, Geor ge
Weston, Cecilia Christian. Alexander
Williams, Est. of Rebecca Christian,
George James, Alicia Hunte, Ivy
DuichLi. James S. Beazer, Adelaide
B n nti n, Francis James, Est. of
Ienrietta Browne.

PISHOPGATE STREET.
Grace Thomas, James K. Harris,
James Ma1.;i. Est of .Joeilph Davis,
Est of R. S. Rannie, Est of Joh n
Mason, James B. Hunte, Josephine
Edwards.

NORTH -.r i:Ei I'.
IIrs. of S. Daniel, Est of Sophia
Francis, Ferdinand Martin, Alfred
Hunte.
EVAN CREQUE,
A'i. Provost Marshal.


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

MONTSERRAT CIRCUIT.

Circuit Court Notice.


NOTICE IS IHEl-EI:Y given that
in pursuance of Rules made by the
Chief Justice under section 16 of the
Windward Islands and Leeward Is-
lands Courts Order in Council, 1939,
on the 24th day of September, 1941,
as amended, the Hononralle the
Puisne Judge selected for the sitting
of the Court in the Montserrat Cir-
cuit has appointed the undermen-
tioned day on which the ensuing
Circuit shall sit in the Colony, that is
to say:-

On Monday the 27th day of
October, 1958, at 10.00 O'clock in the
forenoon.

C. STRAUGHN HUSBANDS,
Ag. Registrar
J!cntserrat Circuit.

Registrar's Offirce,
-. 'i L e ..' .
1.,/, S,eptember, l'.i.V

TRADE MARKS OFF ICE,
ANTIGUA, 3rd September, 1958&

TRINIDAD MANUFACTURING
& REFINING CO. LTD. of Nos.
72/74 South Quay, Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad. have applied for Registra-
tion of One Trade Mark consisting of
the following:-


GOLDEN P AY

in Class 42, that is to say: Edible
Oil, margarine and other edible fats,

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for 3 years
before the date of their said Applica-
tion.


COctoter n, 1058








THE ANTIGU A, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


Any person vmay within three
moGnths from the- date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Mimtuserrat and Virgin
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua. of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.

EVAN CREQUE,

Ag. Registrar of "'r.,' Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,

ANTIGUA, 3rd September, 1958.

STANDARD OIL COMPANY of
225 Bush Street, San Francisco,
California, U.S.A., have applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:-


in Class 2 that is to say: Chemical
substances used for agricultural, hor-
ticultural, veterinary and sanitary
purposes, parasiticides, insecticides,
germicides, fungicides, herbicides,
disinfectants, fumigants, weedicides,
ovicides, miticides; fertilizers, soil
conditioners, soil amendments and
soil corrective s; soil fumigants,
chemical preparations for the im-
provement of drainage and water
penetration in seepage areas and
fields, insecticide deposit builders for
use in depositing more than normal
quantities of insoluble compounds
dispersed in water when such com-
pounds are sprayed or otherwise
applied to plant surfaces, dusting
sulfurs, animal insect repellants,
poisons, sulfur for use as soil amend-
ments and soil conditioners, sulfur,
flotation sulfur, amonia, chemical
preparations to prevent premature
dropping of fruits and vegetables
from trees and plants, dry emulsi-
fiers, wetting agents, germicidal
detergents and compounds which
influence specific physiological pro-
cesses in plants, insecticides barriers
for l.:alliniiL trees and other exposed
surfaces against the ,p.i-a,.,- of climb-
ing and crawling insects, insecticidal,
germicidal and fungicidal sprays;
soil conditioners containing polyacry-
lonitrile, spray adjuvants, seed treat-
ing chemical preparations, insecticidal
baits, chemical products for use in
the control of screw worms and fleece
worms; and chemical preparations
for use as larval sprays, antiseptics,
and deodorants, and cleansers.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods since 25th
June, 1956.


Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, Monserrat and Virgin
Islands Gazetle. give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade M:irk.

EVAN CREQUE,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA 3rd September, 10. .


STANDARD
225 Bush Street
fornia, U.S.A.
Registration of
consisting of the


OIL COMPANY of
San Francisco Cali-
have applied for
One lTr- Mark
following:-


In class 47 that is to say. Petro-
leum products and products derived
from, petroleum, oils, refined oils and
greases, petroleum waxes and petrola-
tunrs, kerosenes, fuel and heating
oils; internal combustion engine fuels;
lubricating oils and greases; burner
oil additives; gasoline additives;
lubricating oil additives; polybutenes
for use in industrial greases and
lubricants; high temperature indus-
trial lubricants; and firearm lubri-
cants.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods since
F,-I .n i -y, 1956.

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

EVAN CP.EQUE,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA 3rd September, 1958.

STANDARD OIL COMPANY of
225 Bush Street San Francisco,
California, U.S.A. have applied for
Registration of One Trade Mark
consisting of the following:-

CHEVRON
In Class 47 that is to say: Petro-
leum products and products derived
from petroleum. Oils, refined oils
and greases, petroleums, kerosenes,
fuel and heating oils; internal com-
bustion engine fuels; lubricating oils;
and greases; burner oil additives;


gasoline additives; lubricating (il
additives; polybutenes for use iii
industrial greases and lubricant-;
high ttinperature industriai lbili-
cants; and firearm lubricants.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods since 17th
June, I .

Any person may within three
months t rom the ,(ate of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the A nti,/ua, .V ;..,-', .,/ and Virgin
Islands Gazette give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.

EVAN CREQUE,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.


Beacon Light, Ginger Island, British
Virgin Islands.
1Ti- Beacon Light, Ginger Island,
British Virgin Islands, is situated at
latitude 18' 28' '-I North and long-
itude 6V 28' )0" West. The height
above sea level is approximately 500
feet. The light gives a single white
flash every five seconds with an
tl-.itvne range in fair weaTier of
approximately five miles and has
been in operation since the evo of the
17th September, 1958.

Chief Secretary's Ofice,
Antigua.
6th October, 1958.
Ref. No. 70/00044

REPORT ON BASE WATER
SUPPLY.

CHEMICAL CONTENTS.

The Public is no doubt aware that
the Base Supply which feeds, the
Base proper, Barnes Hill, New Win-
thorpes, Hodges Bay and Cedar Grove
is usually drawn from Langfords
well and the Runway Reservoirs.

The normal practice is to supply
unmixed water from the Runway
Reservoir for as long a period as
possible; and after this to supply
blended water from Langfords and
the Runway Reservoir. The blend-
ing is done in the *' Clear Water
Tank" at the Filtration Plant.

The reason for blending is not
only to produce a more balanced
water as far as mineral content is
concerned, but also to reduce the
quantity of Sodium Nitrate which
occurs in large quantities in the
Langfords Wells Water.

Unfortunately, due to work being
done by the American Contractors on
the Runway and the filter at the
Runway Reservoir. no water has been
available from the Runway Reservoir
for blending for several months. In
order to overcome this difficulty,
water has been drawn from Gray's


October 9, 1958.]


210









S THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


lill into the Base for blending pur-
poses. The blending however has to
be done in tlhe distribution sysiknem
instead of in the "wI'.- Water Tin l".
Due to nru-qnil pressures in tile
system the blending is not thorough.

Chemical analysis done on 'I..i. iy
2 .'il September show the following
results.

Langfo d W'ells
5fC p r'ts per ,ill,..,I Sodium Ninal --.
li uati.r I- .,. i.' Filtration Plant.
55 pirts p1r million Sdium Nitrate.

Tap at P'olic, Station Coolidge

27 parts per million Sodium Nitrate.

Tap in Ilesidential Area Coolidge
Field.
7 parts per million Sodium Nitrate.

Air Field.
0.4 parts per million Sodium Nitrate.

Sodium Nitrate does not produce
harmful ,- ..; in adults as the quain-
tity that can be safely absorbed by
thle iuman body is related to the
body weight.

Sodium Nitrate causes Methaemo-
globinreemia in infants by de-troying
the haemoglobin with resultant
anaemia .. I il critical concentration
of sodinu nitrate has not been fixed
but is taken at the outside to be 20
p.p.m ind preferably 10 p.p.m.

TLr I,.', i1 i iiflnt is som e-
what loo e but in this case should be
taken as meaning a child under the
age of 3 years. RTside.its of Hldges
Bay. Cedar Grove- and houses at
Coolid'ge Field which lie north of the
road running east to west in front of
the Police Station are strongly advis-
ed not to use the pipe bourne water
for children under the e age of three.

The public will be hr-pt advised on
the matter.

Water & Dra inage, Scljion,
Puhlic llr 11 T's Department,





The ,;-3:raliin of United Kingdom
Patents Act, 1925.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that N.V. Koninklijke Nederlandsch
Zoutindustrie of Boortorenweg,
Hengelo, Province of Overijsel
Holland have applied for registration
in Antigua of United Kingdom
Patent No. .',,I'."2 dated the 26th day
of February 1.'., and issued on the
31st day of October 1956. and have
filed at the Registrar's (.ll,:r at the
Court House, St. John's, Antigna, a
complete copy of the specifications
and the Certificate of the Comptroller
General of the United Kingdom
Patent giving full particulars of this
patent which will be open to public
inspection at the said office at any
time between tihe hours ol 9.00 a.m.


and 3.30 p.m. on working ,I.N except
Saturday when the hours will be
from .1111 a.m. to 12.00 noon.

Any person may within two
months from the date of this adver-
tisement give notice to the R-gistrar
of opposition to the issue of a Certifi-
cate of registration upon any of the
grounds prescribed in Section 10 of
the Pptent Act, 1'.II; for opposition
to the grant of Letters Patent.

Dated the 23rd day of September
] i.S.

EVAN CREQUE,
Ag. Rlegibtrar of Trade Marks.

.RHistrar's Office,
Court Hlouse,
St John's Antigua.


I'ONTSERRAT

The Registration of United Kingdom
Patents Act, 1925.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
N. V. KONINKLIJKE NEDERLANDSCH
ZOUTINDISTRIE, a Company organized
and existing under the Laws of the
Kingdom of the Nethe-rlands, of
Boortorenweg, II-u.--el,. Province of
Ovarijsel, Holland have applied for
registration in the Colony of Mont-
serrat of United Kingdom Patent No.
7 .-.'2 dated the 26th February,
I1'44. and issued on the 31st clay of
October, 1956, and have filed at the
Registrar's Olfice, Plymouth, Mont-
serrat, a complete copy of the specifi-
cations and the Certificate of the
Cotmp:roller General of the United
Kingdom Patent 0ll,. -i ;!r-' full
particulars of this patent, which will
be open to public inspection at the
said office at any time between the
hours of 9.00 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. on
working (lays except on Wednesday
wvh-n the- hours will be from .0()0
a.m. to 12 rnoin and Saturdays from
9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.rm.

Any person may within two
months Iromr the date of this Adver-
tisement giv notice to ile lRegistrar
of opposition to the issue of a Ccrtiii-
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 19th day of September,


0. STRAUGHN HUSBANDS,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.

Rei-istrar's Office,
Plymouth,
/.1., /.- rr.,i/.


Notice is hereby given to the
following persons:-

Formerly of St. John's, Antigua

1. Rul:y Edwards
2. Johnathan Martin
3. Oriel Burton


4. Sybil W. Aska
5. Mrs. Jas. Thomas
6. '.i-- Enid IRichards

The city rate citations for the
amount of rate. payable by the 31st
August, I:'.s on your plots of land
in the ari-a known as Gamnbles Ter-
race, have not be'r.I press cited, as
your wher-at!,ills :ire unknlowIn, and
all efforts to locate you have failed.

Your attention however is drawn
to Section 14 of the City Rate Ordi-
nance No. 7 of 1907 as amended by
No. 18 of l.,3,; which riads as
follows:-

.L. Cii,)N 14. If any sum assessed
as city rate shall remain unpaid,
the Chairman of the Commis-
sioners shall. within ten days
after the expiration of sixty days
from the date on which the same
became payable, (ilnriln which
ten days no defaulter's rates
shall be accepted) issue a warrant
under his hand and seal in the
form contained in Schedule II
to this Orlinaonce, directed to the
Provost Marshal, setting out in
the same or in a Schedule there-
to the several sums due on ac-
count of such tax 1-lm the
persons .-_ iL-t- i whom tlie war-
rant is directed, and tlie prem-
ises in respect of xwhinch such
sums have become dui- authori-
zing and eiommandlin~ himr to
levy the sllumi so set ot is af'ore-
said on the goods and chattels.
lands, tenements and heredita-
ments of the owner of the said
premises.

Anyone having information of the
addresses of the above mentioned
persons is requested to notify the
Secretary Central Board of Health.

R. BLAxNCr-ARD,
Secr tar,/.


RAINFALL FIGURES
.' ::':'cultural D. ,r.' e 'i

Antigua


Month 1954. 1955. 1956. li57. 1958.
January .04 2. 1O 1.10 3.1 ( 0.92


Feb.
March
April
May
June


- July


August


2.45 0.8 1.23 2.29 O.6i&
l.08 0o83 1.40 0.40 1.22
0.49 175 3.83 2.54 2.01
;.83 2.81 2.35 1.19 7.79
3:32 1.47 5-73 2.8; 13.1
1.17 2.13 4.29 1.50 3.9&
5.9: S.25 5.67 6.48 3.13


September 99l1 5.59
To 4th Oct. 0.62 0.02


2.10 8.45 6.82
0.23 0.74 0.70


:11.14 25.69 28.45 29.61 40.3&


[October 9, 1:}58.








THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE

BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD ABSTRACT
(Article 7 (4) of First Schedule to the Currency Ordinance, 1950)


Currency Circulation:

Notes in circulation at 30th June, 1958
Coins ,, ,, ,, ,,


Currency Fund:
Securities held by Crown Agents (M:Ar1 at 30th June, 1958)

On deposit in Crown Agents Joint Consolidated Fund


$
69,905,092.00
3,497,801.00


60, 786, 653.68

14,511,465.54


Excess of Currency Fund over Currency circulation


$

73, ~n2,~93.OO


7:, -,2 ,1 19.22


1,895,226.22


Securities held by Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations on behalf
of the Dritish Caribbean Currency Fund at 30th June, 1958.


Description of Stock.


ustralia 2 %
,, t ,,i
3 ,,"

3

3
,, 3 ,,

3
,, 3 ,,
3 ,
,, 3 ,&
01

31
,, 3 ,,
,, ,,
,, 6 ,?
Ayrshire County Council6 ,,
\lMortgage Loan lt'epayable
ltarl:tng Corp. 3- ,
lfast ,, 2 ,,
Blackburn ,, 2 ,,
Bootle ,, 3i ,,
Bradford ,,


TBritish Gas Gtd.
British Transport Gtd.


Ceylon


S ,,1 4
3
31
U2


10 ::/71

1 -.,: ." ,


I': /77
ji-,' ,t;1

19;5 1~j5 9

1 -1 1,
19741/76

15.5.58
195 1/59
196..;/';

1955/62
1972/82

1910./72
1968/73
1972/77
19:.'. ,/I;
1959
1954/59


Nominal Value.


19,509
1 (. 124
3:,195
:. 7^
2 ,:1 1
2 .-. t
37,385
53,979
97,719
31,000
75,000

100,000
13.000
3.770)
7.700

5,996

622,329
415 ,::1
32:1,474
1(!,731
7,472
17,168


0
0
11
0

5

4
5
2
0
8
11


Price Paid.


2,9s 9 5
18,969 19
15,298 10

30,990 1 2
37,521 1
203,425, 5
35,235 12
54,061 16
96,497 12
32,046 5
75,843 15

100,100 0
13,162 10
3,454 1.2
7,170 12
6,150 19
5,718 17

C46,316 10
.:;I.,,OS3 2
:-"2,I;'.; 2
16,250 17
7,500 4
17,383 9)


Value at 30th
June, 1958.


d.
4
4
7
9
1

5

1

0


0

0




0
11
2
2
1
1 l


2,4145
18,729
13,7 ..

26 ,-.


29,534
53,44-1l
,:-:, 4,9
28,520
76,125

100,75(
12,870





544,5:;S
313,612

13,301

16,$2.'.


d.

9
4
10
2
4
2
1
9
9
0
0

0
0
6
0
9
2

2
2
8
3
6
4


22L


cit,-.Lt 9, 1958.]







222 THE ANTIGUA, MON I SER1.AT & VIRliIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.
Securities held by Crown Agents, etc. (contfd).


Description of Stock.


Ceylon
,,1
Consols

Conversion Stock



Cyprus

East Africa High
Comnlission
do


Exchequer 2
,, Stock 2.-
Federated Malay States 3
Federation of Malaya 3
Funding Loan 2.1
,,,, 3
,, Stock 3
Gold Coast 3
,, ,, ,
Haves & Harlington
U.D.'I. 6(, Mortga;ge
Loan repayable 31.3.
Huddersfield Corp. 31
Hull Corp. 32,
,, ,, 3-
Ilkeston Corp. 31
Kenya 2A
,, 2M 4

,, 4

Lanarkshire C. C. M. Loan


able 15.5.59
Leeds Corp.
Mauritius


,,
New Zealand







Nigeria


Northern Ireland
Northern Rhodesia


O 191. ,
,, 1960/70
,, 1957 oni
after 1. 2. 57
,, 1958i/59

,, 19 9
,, I'.-'


,, 1 .. ,/70



'0
,, 1 0i ./1.1


















19 .5 63
/, 1. /70 .

,, 1. ,l ',i .
., 1 9(0)
,, ] ,,-" ,;4 ,
,, 1 -'/70
,1974/76 ,
,, 1 ,.- *.1'.1
1 ..:/- ^ .
,, 1_t .1

] ,; .,
i ...; .
,, 1 0/70


60
: )5 ;:- ,
,, 196 S/6 ,
,, 1600/70 .
1959/64 ,
,, 195/70 ,
,, 1971/76
,, 1973/78 ,
,, 19, 1/71
,, 1971/78
6% r.'pn. -

% 1955/58
S1957/02
, 1965/,;8 .
, l. ';n ;/ .
, 1973/77
( .

, 1960/..
, 197i0;/.


1975/77
, 1964/66
, 1963
, 196;/70
, 1963/65
, 1955/05 .
1970/72


Nominal Value.


s. d.

18,047 17 2
13,200 0 0
17,397 5 1


1,950,818
51 5,284
108,239
4,724

14 5,617
53,831
1] 4,535
1 00,000
500,000
11,0.,M
:-2 '.)64
1 :,.,048
2.388,210
170,471
1,(- ,772
2,188
1,879


50,000
10,000
6,459
9,162
4,993
135,382
2,429
170.488
10,264
275,184

300,000
-,:'.5 .
5,000
70,049
17,485
24,471
19,348
735
20,828
30,843
16,000
75,000
31,348
50.000
40,331
4,925
6.813
12,670
338,238


Price Paid.


,* s. d.


20,033
14,503
17,038

198,518
21,2 0
1,912,581
515,180
95,71:3
4,848

144,02'3
4,-',, : '-
128,789
99,5( 0
50",1( 1
9,479
27,089!
140,4"37
2,201,9; 5
150.550
901.55 1
2,134,
2,015


50,050
10,1:;7
6,483
8,910
5,0;20
115,582
2,150
166,225
11,034
274,308

300,300
5,376
4,950
68,955
16,479
21,840
18,748
715
21,140
31,170
17,320
49,710
27,821
4S,625
43,003
4,771
6,541
12,607
333,587


[October 9, 1958:



Value at 30th
June, 19.8.

4 s. d.


1 1,286
12,786

197,313
20,300,
1,941,064
517,861
75,767
2,826

112,125

104,';; 7
81,000
485,000
10,033
21,211
102,119
2,292,681
144,5 1
87(,::;'..
I ,-:!h
1,51 3


50,i000
9,500
5,878
7,..-;o
4. 494
S90,.)29
1,494
113,374
8,468
216.019

302,250
5,389
4,525

13,725
16,885
16,543
606
20,411
27,912
14,720
50,625
19,906
40,250
35,492
3,915
5,484
10,706
248,604


~2~








' I.L r 9, 1958]


THE ANTIGUA, MONTHS EIRAT & VIiGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.
Securities held by Crown Av; uts etc.--(con'd)


Description of Stock


Northern ihodesia
P' l:..,n Gtd.
Portsmouth Corp.
Savings IBonds


Sierra
South


Leoine
Africai


South;iipton Corp.
Soutlhrn Rhodesina


vw.ii ,*..1 Corp.
TaInoanyika;
[T\'nda
'Vnc LC;n


1' '/' ;7
197"_/-2
1955/ 65
1 -' /70
tI' -:- /75

1 14/64
1 .-:,/73
19 54/9

19(610 i,


1967/72
iy;55/P 9
I s/i:3


On deposit in Joint Consolidated
Fund





TOTAL

Conversion at rate of 4/2 to $1.00


ZN inls. d. al
s. d.


200,000
6,2533
1,(i24
1,i.. ,033
460,751
140,289
816
(,()000
'. KO 10
1 .91 G

G, 4 -0


0 0


Price Paid.


s. d.


200,000
5, 831
1,(;,.'3
1, 58,115
44 1,:;.' ;
1:'.,5 }

5,670(
8,6(85

11, o.1 1
0.731


Value tt .,ith
June, 1 1."S.


f s. d.


5,1.58
1,161


103.112


6,750
1,8.S;
10,829
5,027


.* 7 17 0 3,715 8 8 3,403 15
178,054 15 8 174,508 16 1 139,773 0
335,944 15 9 298,439 3 10 250,278 17
". ).'',12 10 0 287,848 18 11 '" ,,::' 3

42,287.151 19 5 13,573,346 3 10 2, ;,'.' ss 3


3,023,221 19


17,310,373 19 2

$83,0,rc,795.00


3,023,221 19


3,02,; -' 1[ 19


16,59';, .5is 3 7 1i5,6s,108 3 5

7'.,66.3,527.26 $ 7'." -,119.22


W. V. BROWN,
AfT. Executive Commissioaer
British Caribbean Cu; .. Board


lI q .Ilquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Trinidad.
20th August, 1958.
Rdef. No. 24/0057


Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antitun, Loevward Idsands,
by EAlL PIoOTr, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1958.


_. i
- -'1


[Price 55 cts.







No. 6 of 1958, Law Reforn (Iliscellaneoup VIRIN
S Provisions) ISLANDS.

[L.S.]
I ASSENT, 1/
A. T. WILLIAMS, .s-<
Governor.
3rd September 4 8.
24 AP',I59J
VIRGIN ISLAND
No. 6 of 1958.
An Ordinance to amend the common law in certain
respects and to enact certain provisions affecting
civil remedies.
[3rd September, 1958.] Commenoe-
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Law Short title.
Re form (Miscellaneous Provisions) Ordinance,
1958.

2. (1) In this section- Apportion-
ment of
oase of
"court" inearis, in relation to any claim, the casef'"
court or arbitrator by or before whom the contributory
claim falls to be determined ; negligence.
"damage" includes loss of life and personal
injury;
fault" means negligence, breach of statutory
duty or other act or omission which gives
rise to a liability in tort or would, apart
from this Ordinance, give rise to the
defence of contributory negligence.
(2) Where any person suffers damage as the
result partly oE his own fault and partly of the
fault of any other person, a claim in respect of that
damage should not be defeated by reason of the
fault of the person suffering the damage, but the
damages recoverable in respect thereof shall be re-
duced to such extent as the court thinks just and
equitable having regard to the claimant's share in
the responsibility for the damage:
-;k -







VIRGIN 2 Law Reform (Miacellaneois No. 6 of 1958.
ISLANDS. Provisions)
Provided that-
(a) this ubsection shall not operate to
defeat any defences arising under a contract;

(6) .where any contract or enactment pro-
viding for the limitation of liability is applicable
to the claim, the amount of damages recoverable
by the claimant by virtue of this subsection
shall not exceed the maximum limit so applica-
ble.

(3) W\lere darnages are recoverable.by any per-
son by virtue ,f tlh I'oregoing siib..eclion subject to
any reducti-on as in th-rvrein llnt in-ned1, the court shall
tinld and rec(,nr the rotal daimn:iges which would ha e
been recoveiable if the clinimant had not been at
fault.
(4) Where rany persuln dies as the r.-sult pardtl
of his own fault.and partly of the fault f any other
person or person, and nccordingly, if an action were
brought for the benefit of the estate under section 2
s''.'. rf the (aiuse off A,:t.ion (u rival) Act, 1951, the
dIn;m:ges recover-l1le1 wouldI be reduced under .ulsber--
tioni (2) of this. .Siection. alv dim:aLuvs recoverable int
an acti, n Iroug.lht for the b:,enfit of 'the wife,
husbanrl, p:irent or child of the dece:ised person
Cup 5. iuler the Fatal Accidents Act. shall be reduced to a
proportionate extent.

(5) Where, in aun case to which subsection (2)
of this section applies, one of the persons at fault
iavoidi liahility to any other such Iperson or his
personal reiPre.priative by pleadiiit~ any ernactment
Itnhitin2 ithe tuim- Witl n which proceeditin. imavy be
taku'n, hli shall nnt he i-ntitled to recover any
damage or contributions from that other person or
representative by virtue of the said subsection.

(fi \Where :lay 'awe to which subsectiir (2) of
thi s, lrion applies i- tried with a jury, tlhe jury
shall dleterminte iih total -lamages which would have
be-n r-ecoveratle if the claimant hnd not been at
fault and the extent to which those damages are to
be reduced.







No. 6 of 1958. Law Reform (Misrrllaneous 3 VIRGIN
S" oProvi:ions) ISLANDS.

(7) Article 21 of the Convention contained in 22&23
the First Schedule to the Carriage by Air Act, 1932, cGoo.V.. 36.
(which empowers a Court to exonerate wholly or
S partly a carrier who proves that the damage was
caused by or contributed to by the negligence of the
injured person) shall have effect subject to the pro-
visions of this section.

3. Section 2 of this Ordinance shall not s;vin e for
Maritime
apply- Conveutions
A Act. 1:il,
('l) to ainy claim to which section one of and p6t
the M.triritirne C vivtirions Act, 1911, applies, I 2
and that Act shill have effect as if this Ordi- ;eo v*. .c.
nance lihad not been passed; or

(b) to any case where the acts or omissions
giving rise to the claim occurred before the
passing of this Ordinance.

4. (1) The doctrine of common employment Abolition of
at common law is-hereby abolished, and it shall not doctrine of
0oomnr.u
he a defence to an action against a defendant for employment..
damages in respect of personal injuries caused by
the wrongful act. neglect or default of a person em-
ployed by thie defendant, that that person was at
the time of the occurrence which caused the injuries
in common employment with the plantiff.

(2) Every provision in a contract of service or
UIpprotlticesllip, or in an ngreelment collateral thereto
(including 1a contract or agreement entcrpd into be-
fore the commencement of this Ordinance) is void
in so far as it had the effect of excluding or
S limiting :mv lablitbiy ofC th employer in respect of
personal injuries -:tu.vd to the person employed or
apprenticed by the wrongful act, neglect or default
of any person in common employment with him.

(3) In this section, personall j injuries"
includes any disease and an;yv inmpiiirment of a per-
.soi's physical or-mental condition.

(4) This section binds the Crown.
I '







VIRGIN 4 Law Reform (Miscellaneous No, 6 of 1958,
ISLANDS. Frovi.ions)
Liability of 5. (1) In this section-
owner of dog
far injury to me
periods, aul. poultry means domestic fowls, turkeys,
try anJ inall geese, ducks and guinea fowls;
stook.
small stock" means calves, heifers, sheep,
goats and swine.
(2) The owner of a dog shall be liable in
damages for injury done to any person, poultry or
small stock by that dog; and it shall not be necessary
for the person seeking such damages to show a pre-
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.
(3) 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:
Provided that where there are more occupiers
than one in any house or premises let in separate
apartments, or lodgings, or otherwise, 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.
E. A. EVELYN,
Acting Administrator.
Passed the Legislative Council the 16th day of
January, 1958.
RALPH T. O'NEAL,
Aq.. Clerk i/ the Council.

Recommitted to the Legislative Council this
12th day of A ugust, 1958, for the purpose of making
certain amendments as requested by the Governor's
Deputy in a Message dated 27th June, 1958.
RALPH T. O'NEAL,
Ay. Clerk of the Council.








No. 6 of 1958. Ltaw Refiorm (M.iscellaneous 5
Provisions) -

COMPARATIVE TABLE.

The Law Ref,,rm (Miscellaneous Provisions)
Ordinance, 19,8.



1 Short title.

2. The Law Reform (Contributory Negligence)
Act, 1945 (8 & 9 Geo. -; c. 2S), Sections 1 and 4.

3. The dame. Section 3

4. Thr Law Refotrm (Personal Injuries) Act,
1948 (11 & 12 Geo. 6 c. 41), Sections 1, 3 and 4.

3. The Dogs Act, 1906 (6 Edw. 7 c. 32),
Section 1.


VIRGIN
ISLANDS.










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MONTSERRAT.



STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1958, No. 24



THE MONTSERRAT POSTAL SERVICE (AMENDMENT) RULES AND REGULA-
TIONS, 1958, DATED JULY 15, 1958, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN
COUNCIL UNDER THE POST OFFICE ACT (CAP. 123).



1. Citation. These Rules and Regulations may be cited as the
'Montseriat Postal Service (Amendment) Rules and Regulations, 1958,
and shall- be read as one with the Moritserrat Postal Service Rules and
Regulations, 1954- (Leeward Islands General Government S. R. & 0.
1954, No. 41) as amended, hereinafter called the Principal Rules
and Regulations.

2. Substitution of Schedule D to the Principal Rules
and Regulations. For Schedule D to the Principal Rules and
Regulations the following shall be substituted;-

SCHEDULE D (Rule 20)

RATES OF POSTAGE Air Mail

THE WEST INDIES, NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA.

CO:UNTRV OF Letters Post Air Printed papers Air
DESTINATION pur oz Cards Letters eto. & small Purcels
paokaee per.lb
per loz.
$ c. $ c. $ c. $ o. $ c.
Antigua ... 6 3 3 3 16
Argentine ... 30 14 8 8 64
Aruba ... 12 6 6 6 36
Bahamas ... 16 8 10 8 -
Barbados ... 8 5 4 4 31
Bermuda .,. 22 12 10 10 86
Bolivia ... 24 14 11 12 -
Boijaire ... 14 6 '6 7 86
Brazil ... 24 12 11 12 -
Br. Guiana ... 12 6 6 6 44
Br. Honduras ... 14 8 6 6 66











o'- uoINT or
DESTINATION


Letters Post
per -oa. Cards


$ c.
Canada ... 18
Chile ... 30
Colombia ... 16
Costa Rica ... 14
Cnba ... 14
Curacao ... 10
Dominica ... 8
Dominican Rep. ... 14
Dutc.h Guiana ... 14
Ecuador ... 16
El Salvador ... 16
Fr. Guiana ... 12
Grenada ... 8
Guadeloupe ... 10
Guatemala ... 16
Haiti ... 14
Honduras Rep .. 16
Jamaica (includ-
ing Turks & Caioos Is.
& Cayman Is.) ... 14
Martinique ... 12
Mexico ... 24
Nicaragua ... 16
Paraguay ... 16
Panama Canal
Zone ... 18
Peru ... 24
Puerto Rico ... 10
St. Kitte ... 6
St. Lucia ... ,8
St. Martin ... 1'0
St. Vincent ... 8
Surinam .. 10.
Trinidad ... 8
Tobago ... 8
United States ... 18
Urugnay ... 30
Venezuela ... 12
Virgin Islands
Br. Virgin Is. (via
St. Thomas) ... 8
"Virgin Islands
U.S.A. ... 8
Europe:
Albania .. 48
Austria .. 48
Belginm ... 48
Bulgaria ... 48
Cirsica ... 48
QCrte .. 48


Air Printed paper;
Lettars eto. & smnll
packages
par joz.


$ c.
12
14
11
7



8
8
8
8
6
5
4
6
6
6


$ C.
8
10
6
6
6
5
4
6
6
6
6
5
4
4
6
6
6


Air
parc-di -
per 1lb


$ C.
1.00




36
28





32


6 50
6
12
8
8

8 -
12 -
5 -
4 -


5
5 -
6 -

5
5
5 -
5 -
8 96
14 -
7 -


5

5 ,

28 -
. 28 -
28
28 -

28 -.;
28
4-; -;;


- -I. I


5

24
24
2-1
24
24
24


ii : :


4











COUNTRY or
DESTINATION -




Czechoslovakia ...
SDenmark
Dodecanese I. ..
France
Germany ...
Gibraltar
Great Britain
SGreece
SHolland ...
Hungary ...
SIceland
Italy-Ronue & South
Italy including.
Vatican City
Milan & North
Itay ...
Latvia ..
Lithuania
Lnxembouhrg- ...
Malta
Norway
Poland
Portug.il ...
SRoumania
Spain
Kweden
Switzerland
Turkey
U.s.R.
Yugoslavia .
Africa
-Algeria
Belgian Conco
Br. Sowaliland
via U.K.
Caime-roons,
French

via U.K
Ethiopia
S-.-French Ejii.tdori-
al Afri .
French Guinea
French rSomnlia
-Co;ist
Gambia vni U.K...
SGhant vt IU.K....
Kenya vin U.K ...
Liberia
lorocco (Fretnclh)


.. "''


Letters Post
per boz. Cards


c.
48
48
48
48
48
48
42
48
48
48
48




48
48
48
48
48
18
48
48
48
48
48
48
56
48
48

60
76

70


$ c.
24
24
24
24
24
24
21
24
24
24
24




24
24
24
-24
- 24
24
21
24
24
24
24
24
28-
24 -
24

_ 30
38

35


72 36


24
35

36


2S
36
36
36
30


Air Printed paper
. Lettre etc. & Emall
packages
per .oz


$ c.
16
16
16
16
16
16
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MONTSERRAT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1958, No. 30.

TilE PRISON (AMENDMENT) RULES, 1958, DATED JULY 25,
1958 MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SEC-
'ION 28 orm Ti:' P1iISoN OnD.NAItcE, 1955 (No. 10 tu
1955),


1. SIou;T TITLE. These Rules may be cited as the
Prison (Amendrment) Rules, 195S, and shall be read as one
with the Prison Rules, 1956 (S.R. & O. 1956, No. 17) as
amended, hereinafter called the Principal Rules.
2. AMENDMENT OF LONG TITLE TO THE PRINCIPAL
RULES. The loiig title to the Principal Rules is hereby
amended by substituting the words -"Prison Ordinance"
for the words "' Prisons Ordinance '.
3. AMEND.MENT OF RULE 2. Rule 2 of the Principal
Rules is hereby amended by inserting the following defini-
tion next after the definition of the expression Keeper ":-
"Officer in charge of Prison discipline means the
person appointed as such under section 7 of
the Ordinance; "
4. ADDITION OF NEW RLES. The Principal Rules
are hereby amended by insertinE therein immediately under
the heading OTHER. OFFICEiS the following heading
and new rules:-
"OFFICER IN CHARGE OF PRISON DISCIPLINE
3A. The Officer in charge of Prison discipline shall
visit the prison daily unless unavoidably prevented. He
shall also make surprise visits at any time by day and night.,
especially by night.
3B. He shall exercise a general supervision over the
Keeper and the general management and discipline of the
prison, and shall replooi to the Go'vernor any irregularities
on the part of any otlicir that nay enime under his notice.
He is also to assist the Visiting Committee with any infor-
mation they may require'.






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3C. He shall make an annual report to the Governo ''
on the condition and working of the prison 9s Tequired.. by
the circular despatch.of the Secretary of State numbered-
12758/4.7 and dated the 23rd .June, 19'47.. -

3D. He shall satisfy himself that all returns, reports
and information to be forwarded to the Governor. Iy thlie
Keeper under thqse Rules arr accurate and are forwdirded
with due promptness. ,

E. .le shall on all occasions he ready to receive and-
investigate any- complaint and attend to any application
from an officer or prisoner.
3F. He shall visit the Infirmary frequently and see
That proper arrangements .ar inade for the safe custody' of
sick prisoners, and that. discipline is maintained so far as is
consistent with the medical .l.r;ealti.nt prescribed for- them.'.
G'. He shall read, or cailse to Ie read in his presence,
every letter addressed to. or written hy, a prisoner which
lhas been withheld by the Keeper as'provided iq rule 1S2 of .:
S tlhee Rules, marking all siu.ch letters with his initials. :He
s-iall use his di iretion in ciJ iutin icaiting to, or withholding
from, a prisoner at any time the contents of Any -letter, .
addressed to such prisoner; but all cases in which he iay '
think it. proper to withhold a letter, which, according .to the
Rules, may be communicated to, or written by a prisoner,
shall he noted in the Journal.
3H. He shall also enter in the journall any instance
in which he may think fit to refuse admission to tlie'friendA --
of a prisoner and tih cause thereof, if the prisoinr" is unti-
tied under the Rules to such a visit.
31. He shall frequently inspect the provisions fur-
nislhed for the prisouer.s -and satis-fy himself by i)ersoh0al
Observation. regarding the quality of food supplied for, use,
and shall receive and inquire into any complaints that mua
be made to him regarding the quantity and quality of
rations.
3J. He shall keep an Order Book in the pri aon in
which lie shall .nter all orders given by himn td tLe
Keeper.
5. AMENDME.'t OF LULE -. Htale 4 of the Principal
Rules is hereby amended--- .


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S -(a) by substituting the words Subjectt to hd
powers ol' t e -Officer in charge f Prison discipline
under rule i3;B, the for the word The occurring at
the beginning of paragraph (1) of the rule; rind :
( i) by deleting the word. general occurring be-
fore- the words '" control and management in para-
graph (1) of the rule.

6. REi'OCATION OF RULE 32.-' Rule 32 of the Princi-
pal Rules is hereby revoked.

S 7. REVOCATION AND ,REPLACEMENT OF RULE 182.
IRule 182 of the Principal Rules is hereby revoked and re-
placed by the following rule:-
"182. REAPING OF .LETT .Rs... Every letter to or
from a prisoner slhaJl be read by t.he Keeper or by the
Chief Officer,,if so instructed by the Keeper apd if the
Keeper shall deem it. necessary to withhold any letter
lie shall forth with la.v it before the Officer in charge of
Prison discipline. "

8. AMENDMENT OF RULE 183. 11Rule 183 of the Prin-
S cipanl llules is hereby amended by insertin.. the words ", the
Officer in charge of Prison -discipl-ine" after the word
SCommittee in-paragraph (2).

9. AMENDMENT OF RULE 185. Rule 185 of the Prin-
'cipal Rules is hereby amended-
S (a) by inserfing the words Officer.ii charge of
.Prison discipline or before the word Keeper" in the
sub-heading of the rule;
S(b) by inserting the words the Officer in charge
of Prison discipline or '' before the words the
Keeper "

10. AMENDMENT OF RULE 186. Kule 186 of the
Principal Rules is hereby amended---
(a) by substituting the word officer" for the,
w ord ollier 1'

.(b) by inserting tlie words the Officer in charge
of- Prison disciple Ine or" before tie words "the
Keeper where the latter words first occcuri.

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(c) by substituting the word term" for the
word terms occurring in paragraph (a);
(d) by substituting the words fourteen days"
for the words fourteen day" occurring in para-
graph (a).
11. AMuNDMENT OF RULE 189. Rule 189 of the
Principal Rules is hereby amended-

(a) by inserting the words the Officer in charge
of Prison discipline, before the words the Keeper"
where the latter words first occur;

(b) by substituting the words Officer in chrtiur
of Prison discipline" for the word the Keeper"
where the latter word last occurs.


12. AMENDMENT OF RULE 191.
Principal Rules is hereby amended by
word prison for the word prisoner ".


Made by
July, 193S.


Rule 191 of
substituting


the Governor in Council this 25th day of


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