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THE 1fRD ISLANDS


GiGA TTE



VOL. LXXVIX. UBIr D*' 5TH JANUARY, 1951. No. 7.


BY THE GOVERNOR'S DEPUTY OF THE LEEWARD ISLANDS.

A PROCLAMATION.
P. D. MACDONALD,
Governor's Deputy.
In exercise of the powers vested in the Governor by Article 1 (2) of
the Letters Patent passed under the Great Seal of the Realm amending
the Letters Patent of the 17th November, 1936 constituting the office of
Governor and Commander in Chief of the Leeward Islands, bearing
date at Westminster the fifteenth day of January, 1951, I, PATRICK
DONALD MACDONALD, Governor's Deputy of the Leeward Islands, DO
HEREBY ORDER AND PROCLAIM that the said Letters Patent
shall come into operation on Thursday the 25th day of January, 1951.
GIVEN at the Government House, Antigua, this 22nd day
of January, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-one
and in the fifteenth year of His Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE KING!



Secretariat,
22nd January, 1951.
The Governor's Deputy directs the publication, for general
information, of the subjoined Letters Patent passed under the Great
Seal of the Realm amending the Letters Patent of the 17th November,
1936, constituting the office of Governor and Commander in Chief of
the Leeward Islands which comes into operation by proclamation on
the 25th day of January, 1951.
The Governor's Deputy has also directed that these Letters Patent
shall be read and published in all the Presidencies of the Colony at
a place and time to be fixed by the Administrator or Commissioner.
By Command,
P. D. MACDONALD,
Colonial Secretary.



LEEWARD ISLANDS

LETTERS PATENT passed under the Great
Seal of the Realm amending the Letters
Patent of the 17th November, 1936, consti-
tuting the Office of Governor and Command-
er-in-Chief of the Leeward Islands.
Dated 15th January, 1951.
GEORGE THE SIXTH, by the Grace of God of Great
Britain, Ireland, and the British Dominions beyond
the Seas King, Defender of the Faith.
To all to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting!
Whereas by Letters Patent under the Great Seal
dated the seventeenth day of November, 1936, as
amended by like Letters Patent dated the twenty-eighth
day of December, 1939, and the twelfth day of July,
f 1943, hereinafter called "the principal Letters Patent"


78. 7. 7.7
W70f~ Y7-






20 THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. [25 January, 1951.

constituting the Office of Governor and Commander-in-
Chief in and over Our Colony of the Leeward Islands
(hereinafter called the Colony ").

And Whereas We are minded to amend the principal
Letters Patent in the manner hereinafter appearing:

Now KNOW YE that We do declare Our will and
pleasure as follows:-

Short title 1. (1) These Letters Patent may be cited as the
and com- Leeward Islands Letters Patent 1951. They shall be
mencement. construed as one with the principal Letters Patent and
the principal Letters Patent and these Letters Patent
may be cited together as the Leeward Islands Letters
Patent 1936 to 1951.

(2) These Letters Patent shall be published in the
Government Gazette of the Colony and shall come into
operation on a day to be appointed by the Governor by
Proclamation in the:said Gazette.

Amendment of 2. Articles 4, 6, 8 and 20 of the principal Letters
Articles 4, 6, 8 Patent shall have effect as if for the words Saint Chris-
and20ofprin- topher and Nevis" wherever they occur therein there
cipal Letters
Patent. were substituted the words Saint Christopher Nevis
and Anguilla ".

In Witness whereof We have caused these Our
Letters to be made Patent.

Witness Ourself at Westminster this fifteenth day of
January, 1951, in the fifteenth year of Our Reign.

By Warrant under the King's Sign Manual.

NAPIER.

Secretariat,
22nd January, 1951.

The Governor's Deputy directs the publication, for general
information, of the subjoined Additional Royal Instructions passed
under the Royal Sign Manual aud Signet to the Governor and Com-
mander in Chief of the Leeward Islands given on the 30th day of
December. 1950.

The Governor's Deputy hereby appoints the 25th day of January,
1951, as the date when the said Instructious shall have effect and
further directs that the said Instructions be published for general
information in the Presidencies in manner to be prescribed by the
Administrator or Commissioner.

By Command,

P. D. MACDONALD,
Colonial Secretary.


LEEWARD ISLANDS

ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS passed under the Royal
Sign Manual and Signet to the Governor and Com-
mander-in-Chief of the Leeward Islands.

GEORGE R.
Dated 30th December, 1950,
ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS to Our Governor and Commander-in-
Chief in and over the Leeward Islands, or other officer for the time
being administering the Government of Our said Islands,

Whereas on the Seventeenth day of November, 1936, Instructions
under the Royal Sign Manual and Signet were issued to the Governor
and Commander-in-Chief in and over Our Colony of the Leeward
Islands (hereinafter called the Governor "):

And Whereas the said Instructions were amended by Additional
Instructions under the Royal Sign Manual and Signet bearing date the
Twenty-eighth day of December, 1939, and the Twelfth day of July,
1943:
And Whereas We are minded to amend the said Instructions in
the manner hereinafter appearing:






25 January, 1951.] THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 21

Now, therefore, We do hereby direct and enjoin and declare Our
will and pleasure as follows:-

1. From a date to be appointed by the Governor by notification
in the Leeward Islands Government Gazette, the said Instructions
dated the Seventeenth day of November, 1936, amended as aforesaid,
shall have effect as if-

(i) in clauses eight and nine the words Saint Christopher
Nevis and Anguilla" were substituted for the words
Saint Christopher and Nevis wherever they occur in
the said clauses.

(ii) the following paragraphs were substituted for the first
paragraph of clause ten:-

The Executive Council of each of the Presiden-
cies of Antigua, Saint Christopher Nevis and Anguilla,
and Montserrat shall consist of the persons for the
time being lawfully discharging the functions of the
Administrator or Commissioner of the Presidency
(when the Governor is present) and of the Crown
Attorney and of the Treasurer of the Presidency who
shall be called the ex officio members and of such
persons as We may from time to time appoint by any
Instructions or Warrants under Our Sign Manual and
Signet or as the Governor may appoint by Instru-
ment under the Public Seal of the Leeward Islands.

The Executive Council of the Presidency of the
Virgin Islands shall consist of the person for the
time being lawfully discharging the functions of the
Commissioner (when the Governor is present) who
shall be called the r.rx oqfiio member and of such
persons as s We ny from time to time appoint by any
Instructions or Warrants under Our Sign Manual
and Signet or as the Governor may appoint by
Instriienit under the Public Seal of the Leeward
Islandss"

(iii) the following pargrgraph was substituted for (2) of clause
twenty-six thereof:-

(2) The enacting words of laws passed by the
General Legislative Council shall be by the Gov-
ernor and General Legislative Council of the Leeward
Islands ', and in the case of laws passed in the Presi-
dencies shall be by the Governor and Legislative
Council of Antigua, Saint Christopher Nevis and
Anguilla, Montserrat and the Virgin Islands respec-
tively."

(iv) in clause thirty-one the words Saint Christopher Nevis
and Anguilla, Montserrat and the Virgin Islands were
substituted for the words Saint Christopher and Nevis
and Montserrat ".

Given at Our Court at Saint James' this thirtieth day of
December, 1950, in the fifteenth year of Our Reign.






THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


Notices.


The Governor's Deputy has been
pleased to appoint Mr. B. F. DIAS
under subsection (1) of section 20 of
the Workmen's Compensation Act,
1937. (No. 11/1937) to be a Commis-
sioner for Workmen's Compensation
in and for the Presidency of Antigua.
Jan. 20

Colonial Secretary's Office,

Leeward Islands,

at Antigua.

20th January, 1951.
C.S.O. M.P. P.F. 68.

The Governor's Deputy has been
pleased to appoint A. F. L. LOUISY,
Esq., to be a Visiting Justice of the
Prison, in and for the Presidency of
Montserrat.

Colonial Secretary's Office,

Leeward Islands,

at Antigua.

18th January, 1951.
0.8.0 M.P. 43/00006.

The Governor's Deputy has been
pleased to appoint the Hon. I. G.
FONSECA to be an Unofficial Member
of the Executive Council of the Vir-
gin Islands. Jan. 17

Colonial Secretary's Office,
Leeward Islands,
(it Antigua.
23rd January, 1951.
C. 8.O. M. P. C. 18/00008.

His Excellency the Governor has
approved of the appointment of Mr.
HENRY EDWARDS as a member of the
Central Housing Authority under sec-
tion 4 of the Slum Clearance & Hous-
ing Ordinance, 1948, (No. 3 of 1948).

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
1st January, 1951.


Milk Production Order, 1950.


Under the provisions of the above
Order the Inspector has granted a
licence to the Farm Manager, Central
Experiment Station, Friars Hill, with
effect from Gth January, 1951.

Administrator's Office,

Antigua.

17th January, 1951.
Ref. A. 4021.



CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.

No. 9.

The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Governor
that the KING will not be advised to
exercise his power of disallowance
of the undermentioned Ordinances of
the Legislatures of St. Kitts-Nevis
and Montserrat, respectively:-

St. Kitts-Nevis.

No. I of 1950, The Labour Ordi-
nance, 1950 ".

Montserrat.

No. 5 of 1950, The Labour Ordi-
nance, 1950 ".



REGISTRY OF THE SUPREME COURT.

28th December, 1950.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
there will be a sitting of the Appeal
Court of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands held at the Court
House in the City of Saint John's in
the island of Antigua on Monday the
29th day of January, 1951, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon for the pur-
pose of hearing the undermentioned
appeal.
All parties to the said appeal are
required to take notice hereof.


Appellant.


Maude Thibou


Respondent.

Arthur J. Bowry
Asst. Supt. of
Police.


N. A. BERRTDGE,
R-egistrar o1 the Appeal
Court of te li 'indward
Islands and Leeward
Islands Antigua Circuit.


In the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands.
ST. CHRISTOPHER CIRCUIT.

Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of Rules made by the Chief
Justice under Section 16 of the Wind-
ward Islands and Leeward Islands
(Courts) Order in Council, 1939, and
duly approved as therein provided on
the 16th day of October, A. D. 1941,
His Honour the Puisne Judge select-
ed for the sitting of the Court in the
Saint Christopher Circuit has appoint-
ed the day of the month on which the
ensuing Court shall sit as follows,
that is to say:-

The St. Christopher Circuit on
Wednesday the 21st day of February,
1951, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.

Dated the 11th day of January,
1951.
N. A. BERRIDGE,
Chief Registrar.


Publications issued from the
Government Printing Office,
Leeward Islands.
STATUTORY RULE & ORDER.

Montserrat.

No. 1 of 1951, "The Cotton Seed
(Buying and Selling) Price Order,
1951." 2 pp. Price Id.


RAINFALL FIGURES.

Central Experiment Station,
Antigua.

1947. 1948. 1949. 1950. 1951.
January 20 3'19 ?213 '47 3'60 1'5S


[25 Jan,.r.-, 195".






25 January, 1951]


THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


In the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and

Leeward Islands.

(ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.)

NI1H EIMI AH JOSEPH, P'.,.

c.


AM.ELTA RICHARDS,

(1948-No. 4, Antigua.)

Bejbre: MANNING, Acting P.J.

195il-January 8.

J. R. HENRY for the plaintiff.

C. A. KELSICK for the defendant.


MANNING Acting P.J.


1. The plaintiff claims from the defendant a parcel
of land with a chattel dwelling house thereon at Grays
Farm in Antigua. The defendant has pleaded that she is
in possession. The plaintiff has therefore to prove his
title to the land. All that the statement of claim alleges
is that the land and house were conveyed to the plaintiff
by one OLIVER RICHARDS on the 12th January, 1948.
At the close of the plaintiff's case Mr. KELSICK, for the
defendant, drew attention to the inadequacy of this plead-
ing. He quoted from Bullen and Leakes' Precedents of
of Pleadings, 10th Edition, p. 43. Hence as a general
rule the plaintiff must set out in his statement of claim
the steps by which the land has devolved on himself,
showing each link in his title, and all other facts which
show Ihat he was entitled to possession at the date of the
writ ".

2. The conveyance to the plaintiff is as bare of
detail as the statement of claim; it simply recites that
OLIVER RICHARDS was seised of the land in fee simple.
Either the plaintiff bought without any investigation of
title; or there was a deliberate evasion in facing the
difficulties which presented themselves on such an in-
vestigation. The land belonged to JAMES RICHARDS
who died in 1941. JAMES had two sons ALLEN and
OLIVER, ALLEN being the elder. ALLEN had left the
island in 1918, he had not been heard of since 1922. It
was therefore necessary to allege in the statement of
claim the facts that JAMES had been seised in fee
simple, that he died intestate in 1941, and that at the
date of his death his eldest son ALLEN must be presumed
to be already dead. It was also necessary to allege that
ALLEN had died intestate without leaving legitimate
issue. The plaintiff made no attempt to prove this
allegation; it was only through cross-examination that it
was elicited that such a person as ALLEN ever existed.
Some evidence, not much, was necessary, to create the
probability of the allegation being true. The plaintiff
has failed to prove an important link in his title, and his
claim to the land fails.

3. As regards the house I have no doubt that it
belonged to OLIVER RICHARDS. The defendant, who is
his wife, said she contributed 6 out of 14 when it was
purchased for them to live in. This did not confer on the
wife any share in the house; at the most it would be a
debt owing by the husband to her, if he was willing to


regard it as a loan. But in the circumstances such a con-
tribution would scarcely constitute an obligation enforce-
able by law. (Balfour v. Balfour 1919 2. K. B. 571).

4. The defendant claims to retain the house on the
ground that she has a lien in it. OLIVER deserted her in
1947. A maintenance order was made against him on
which he owed a considerable sum at the date of the
transfer of the house to the plaintiff. She further states
that before the transfer he removed from the house fur-
niture belonging to her to the value of $180.12.

5. There is no doubt as to the maintenance order;
but, as regards the furniture, OLIVER is not a party to this
action, and the issues as to its wrongful removal and its
value cannot be decided in the present suit.

6. The defendant's claim cannot be based on the law
relating to particular liens; it is not a claim for any charges
incurred with respect to the house. Her claim can suc-
ceed only if she can show that she has a general lien.
The circumstances are that she was in possession of a
house belonging to her husband; her husband was bound
by law to pay her a sum of money: he did not pay; and
while still owing the amount, he sold the house. She
refuses to give possession of the house to the purchaser
until her husband pays her what he owes. I have been
unable to find any authority which supports her refusal;
such authority as there is indicates that the law would
not favour any such extension of the law of general lien.
(20 Halsbury, 2nd Ed., p. 558) nor, of course, can the
doctrine of equitable lien apply to the facts as above stated.
The defence of lien fails.

7. Mr. KELSICK raised another point. The house
is a chattel; any claim for it must be in detinue, and there
is no evidence that any demand was made for delivery of
it to the plaintiff. Certain questions were put on this
point and the answers indicated that no such demand
was made. The claim for the house must also fail.

8. On the findings there will be judgment for the
defendant with costs.

R. J. MANNING,
Acting Pusine Judge.
23rd January, 1951.


Df'ndan ft.







THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


[25 January, 1951.


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


Appeal No. 17 of 1950.
Between:-


(ANTIGUA CIRCUIT)


WALTER L. MAGUIRE


Appellant ( 'l'ntiff )


Respondent (Defendant)


C. A. KELSICK, Crown Attorney, for Appellant

E. E. HARNEY for Respondent.


MANNING Acting P.J.

1. Mr. HARNEY, for the respondent, took a pre-
liminary objection to the hearing of this case stated. He
referred to rule 11 of the rules made under Sec. 256
(now sec. 259) of the Magistrates' Code of Procedure Act
(Cap. 61), which is as follows:-
An application to a Magistrate to state a special
case shall be made in writing, and the case shall be
stated within a month from the date of the application,
and after the recognizance shall have been entered
into."

In the present case the application was made on the
6th July, 1950. The case stated is dated 6th September,
1950, two months after the application. Mr. HARNEY
cited some authorities which supported the opinion that
the obligation to state a case within a definite period is
mandatory: but he quite fairly drew the attention of
the Court to MOORE '. HEWITT, 1947, 2 All E.R., 270,
where GODDARD, L.C.J., considered the previous authori-
ties, and held that where there are no facts before the
Court to show that the delay in stating the case was due
to the conduct of the appellant, the Court has power in
its discretion to allow the case to be heard on the ground
that the limitation in the rules is directory and not
mandatory. Mr. HARNEY said that in this case the
delay was due to the conduct (if the appellant and put in
an affidavit showing that the solicitor for the appellant
was still preparing the case on August 9th. more than
a month after the application. Mr. KELSICK, for the
appellant, has explained that this was due to delay in
obtaiinin from the Magistrate copies of the judgment
and the notes of evidence. It is clear from Lord
GODDARD'S remarks in the MOORE case (supra) that
when he spoke of delay due to the conduct (if the
appellant, he meant unreasonable conduct on the part of
the appellant. I accept Mr. KELSICK'S explanation in the
present case. There is nothing to show that the delay
was due to the conduct of the appellant; his part in the
preparation of the case was prolonged beyond the stipula-
ted period, but this was not due to any deliberate act on
his part. The limitation must be regarded as merely
directory and the preliminary objection is over-ruled.
2. The by-law alleged to have been contravened by
the respondent is No. 4 (1), Statutory Rules and Orders,
No. 21, 1927 and reads:
"No person shall in the City commence to build
any house, wall, gallery, fence, steps, staircase or other
erection or to lay any stone or pavement or to close in
any gallery or covered way or any open space or to
make to project any part of a building in upon or
over any land without having first submitted to the
City Commissioners a proper plan or description of
such building or construction and having obtained the
permission in writing of the City Clerk ".
3. On September 12th 1949 the respondent submit-
ted an application with a plan to the City Commissioners
to build a house and obtained the permission in writing of
the appellant, the City Clerk, to do so. Early in April,
1950, the appellant visited the place on which the building


was being constructed and observed that a certain rail
fence was being constructed by the respondent. He
directed the respondent to cease erecting this fence. The
respondent ignored this direction and was consequently
charged with commencing to build a fence without the
required permission. The learned Magistrate acquitted
the respondent and has stated a case for the considera-
tion of this Court.

4. It was admitted that the plan submitted by the
respondent of the building to be erected did not disclose
the fence. The appellant contended that in these circum-
stances the respondent should not have erected the fence
without submitting a fresh plan and obtaining further
permission.

5. The respondent contended that lie had submitted
a proper plan and description of the building and that the
permission to build a house was permni::sioit to do e\ery-
thing appertaining to the building of a ihouoe. i.e. to erect
walls, staircases, fences etc.

6. The learned Magistrate hb-ld tlIi in- the vidt-ice
disclosed the erection of two rails and th!i;t there should
-have been two separate complaints. On the merits he
agreed with the conttention of the r tespondinlt, that when
permission has been given to erect a house it includes
permission to erect the fence surrounding the house.
7. The arguments in the Court below were repeated
when the case stated came before this Court. An analysis
of the relevant by-law shows that there has first to be
submitted to the City Commissioners "a proper plan or
description of the building ". It may be assumed that
" the permission in writing of the City Clerk" depends
on the inspection of this plan or description and that
when permission is given it is permission to erect a build-
ing which must conform substantially with the plan or
description. The question therefore is not whether the
permission to build included permission to build adjuncts
such as fences, but whether the commencing to build the
fence was such a substantial departure from the plan as
to require a special permission of its own.

8. No authority w;s cited by either counsel. I
have been able to find onr authority only dealing with a
similar state of facts; James v. Masters, 1893, 12. B., 355.
Masters had given notice to a local authority of his inten-
tion to build and had sent in plans, which were approved.
The buildings as erected deviated from the plans, the
height both of the first and second floors being six inches
less than shown in the plins and the total height of the
buildings nine feet less. MASTERS was charged with
erecting a building without sending in complete plans.
The Justices dismissed the summons on the ground that
the plans had been deposited and passed in accordance
with the relevant by-law, and that therefore there had
been no breach of that by-law. On a case stated Lord
COLERIDGE, C. J. stated
In the present case a plan was deposited; but
in the course of the execution of the works the
respondent charged his mind, and made substantial
alterations in the buildings he was erecting............


STANLEY WALTER






THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


Thi jnlngmtn t of ti- Incal board onmght to haiv
*JQe vn i ue .ue auuoimH i-tu...................... i li
that this case must be treated, not as a alteration
merely, but as a case requiring a fresh plan, which
ought to have been submitted to the local board......

The Justices have given no satisfactory reason
for refusing to convict". WILLs, J. said Where
there is a substantial alteration of the plans, it nmust
be proc(edefl by an intention t,' a't r The former
plans nes to be plans (If the i.iteirded buiilding, and
there are therefore no plans of the intended building
deposited. If he proceeds therefore with the build-
ing as altered, he builds without having deposited
plans of his intended building and the by law is
broken ".
9. I have set out these passages to show that the
opinions of the learned Judges of the Queen's Bench was
that the Justices had failed to consider the real point at
issue, namely, whether there had been a substantial
alteration of the plans submitted, nor in the present case
has the learned Magistrate approached the matter from
this angle. It seems clear, 'from the facts set out in the
case stated, that, had this feiine been shown in the plan
submitted, the City Clerk would have refused permission
to build; and this convinces me that the erection of the
fence was a substantial alteration. On the authority of


the MA\STTR Rs Iase (''npra) the decision of the learned
luiii.tt ateu m~n1t lteretxie bt held to be erroneous.

10- On the other matter referred to by the learned
Magistrate namely that there should have been two separate
complaints, I do not see how this could prevent the
respondent from being convicted on the complaint which
was actually preferred against him. He was charged
with commencing to build a fence without submitting a
proper plan otc.; the evidence slowed that he had done
so: and it is no answer fior him to say that h- haid la ),-
inenced to build two rail fences. The charge stated that
the offence was committed between the 1st and 12th April;
the fences were commenced at different dates during that
period; and the Magistrate should not have experienced
any difficulty in concluding that the substantial offence
was commencing to build a rail fence, and that it did not
matter that the building of it was taken in stages.
The case is sent back to the Magistrate with a direc-
tion to convict the respondent and to impose such penalty
as he deems tit according to law. Costs for the appellant
have been agreed on 3 13. 0.

R. J. MANNING,
Acting Puisne Judge.
23rd January, 1951.


Colony of the Leeward Islands.


REGISTER OF TITLES.


Title by Registration Act.

SCHEDULE OF APPLICATIONS


ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.


For Certificate of Title and Notings thereon, and Caveats for the week ending the 20th day of
January, 1951.


Date of Request.



17th day of
January 1951.


Person Presenting.


Henry Darrel Carlton Moore of
Lower Gambles in the Parish of
Saint John in the Island of Anti-
gua h y his Solicitor, John
Rowan Henry of Chambers,
Church Street in the City of
Saint John in the Island of
Antigua.


Nature of request, whether for Certificate of
Title or Noting thereon or Caveat.


Certificate of Title for All that piece or parcel of
land situate in Church Street in the City of
Saint John in the Island of Antigua, comprising
One thousand, nine hundred (1,900) square
feet all as the same are delineated in the plan of
the said land dated the 9th day of January,
1951, and drawn by Ernest Alexander Govia,
Licensed Surveyor.


Anyone who objects to the issue of the Certificate of Title as applied for must within twenty-
one (21) days from the first publication of this notice enter a Caveat at the office of the Registrar of
Titles for the Antigua Circuit.

Dated the 23rd day of January, 1951.

N. A. BERRIDGE,
Registrar of Titles.







ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Govern nent Printing Office, Leeward Islands, by E. M. BLACKMAN,
Government Printer.-By Authority.
1951.
(Price 2d.]


21") Jalluary, 1951.]




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