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STHE LEEWARD ISLANDS


^ -- .GAZETTE.

VOL. LXXXII 1953.


______ublisbe bpg utboritg.


INDEX.


Reference to the Heads of the Index.
PART I.


Appointments, Promotions, Leave of absence to Public Officers, Executive and Legislative Councils,
Boards, Committees, Foreign Consuls, Departmental Reports, etc., etc.




PART II.
STATUTES.
ACTS of the Leeward Islands ...... ... iii
ORDINANCES of Antigua ... .. ... iii

St. Christopher-Nevis ... ... iii
Montserrat ... ... ... iii
Virgin Islands ... ... ... iv
SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION-

Proclamations, etc ... ... ... iv




PART III.


ADVERTISEMENTS, Financial Returns, Notices, Trade Marks, etc., etc. ... v






ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Offoe, Leeward IWlands, by E. M. BLACWMAN, E.D.,
Gowemment Printer-By Authority.
1954.
X [Price $5.25 without Legislation.]


7Q 4 /,









INDEX TO THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


INDEX.

PART I, 1953.


APPOINTMENTS, ETC.


Abott, Miss E. E.
Abbott, F. V.
Abbott, N. B.
Abbott, Miss O. B.
Abbott, W. S.
Abraham, Miss N.
Allen, Miss C. M. E.
Anthony, A. U.
Archer, I. de V.
Arthurton, P. E. L.


Beamish, R. D. F. 199
Bell, Me. K. 207
Bellot, Miss H. H. 73
Benjamin, A. 149
Benjamin, D. 207
Benjamin, S. 65
Berridge, N. A. 115, 207
Blanchard, E. H. 207
Blanchard, R. L. 207
Blackburne, His Excellency, Sir
K. W., K.C.M.G., O.B.E. 75
Blaize, E. J. 103
Booth, J. F. 131, 199
Bramble, Miss E. 101
Branch, Lieut. Colonel J. R. A.,
M.B.E., E.D. 133
Brand, Nurse C. 21
Brathwaite, S. 221
Br wn, Miss I. 5
Browne, I. B. 199
Bryan, C. 207
Buntin, W. J. 131
Byron, V. F. 155


Cabey, G.
Caines, A. A.
Carmichael, Miss M. E.
Carrot, J. H.
Challenger, A. A. M.
Charles, Miss A.
Christian. C. M.
Clarke, Miss K.
Creque, H. O.
D.

David, Miss S. R. O.
Davis, A.
Davis, C. H.
Davis, Miss C.
Davis, S. C. N.
de Freitas. D.
E.

Edwards, A. B. D.
Edwards. Miss L. G. M.
Elwin, H. J.
Evelyn, Hon. E. A.

F.

Fenton, Miss R. O.
Flax, G. W.
Foster, Miss H.
Francis, J.
Francis, N. A.


113
223
115
179
207
133, 141
131, 199
13
185


141
207
131
113
101
115, 163

131
203
224
131


Franklin, A. C.
Frederick, Miss V.

G.
Gallwey, Miss E.
Gallwey, M.
Gooding, Miss V. H.
Greenaway, C. E.
Grell, E. H. A.
H.
Hall, Miss J.
Hallpike, J. N.
Harewood, N. S.
Harney, Miss M.
Harrigan, N. E. A.
Heath, Miss S.
Henry, N. H.
Henry, 0. E.
Henry, R. E.
Henry, V.
Hill, S. E. A.
Ho, G.


James, A. C. E. 113
James, E. L. S. 133
James, Lieut. Colonel E. M. V. 131
Jardine. Miss C. 185
Jarvis, B. 207
Jarvis, G. E. V. 149
Jeffers, H. F. Mc. K. 113
Jeffers, W. E. 159!
Johnson, Dr. W. 101
Jones, Dr. W. B. R. 224
Jospeh, Dr. W. T. 101
Joseph, Z. A. 71, 103


Kelsick,
Kelsick,
Kelsick,
Kirnon,
Kirnon,


C. A.
Mrs. E. L.
J. C.
H. E.
N. D.


Lee, Miss M. S. G.
Leonard, Miss D.
Lewis, A.
Lockhart, R. H.
Louisy, A. F. L.

M.
Macdonald, Hon. P. D.,
C.M.G.
Magnire, W. L.
Maloney, J. D.
Mannix, Miss A.
Martin, E. R. H.
Mason, II. O.
Mathison, D. L.
Mc.Donald, J. R. A., M.B.E.
Mc.Michael, J. C., O.B.E.
Meade, A. R. C.
Mercier, S. E.
Michael, A.


115. 163
21
133
115
141


3(;
224
159
109
223,224


9, 93






207,


Nanton, C. St.E.
Nibbs. S.


Odle, F. J.
O'Reilly, Dr. G.


Perkins, T. E. A.
Pestaina. B. E.
Peters, A. E., M.B.E.
Pickering, Miss P. P.
Pigott, K.
Pompey, P.
Proctor, E. M.
Prosper, J. W.
R.
Robinson, J. L.
Ross, Dr. B. H.
Ryan, C.
S.
Samuels, W. V.
Scotland. Miss G. B.
Sherriff, S. L.
Shervington, Miss I.
Shirley, A. 0.
Skerrit, J. A.
Skerrit, J. F.
Southwell, Miss S.
Stevens, L.
T.
Tabor, A.
Taylor, A. Mc.P.
Taylor, Miss E.
'i vlor, R.
Tnibon, G. A.
Thompson, Hon. E. A.
Titley, Miss M.
T'odd, D. I. S.
Todman, Me. W.
Tomlinson, Miss C.
Tomlinson, Miss D. M.
Tomlinson, G. G. N.
Tongc, A.
Tonge, E. T.
'Titt, Miss A.
V.

Vanterpool, Miss E. G.
Vanterpool, H.
W.


195,223
95
67
199
133
207
103
71, 103

65, 149
76
115


103
185
71, 103
207
199
149
224
185
115

141
141
1
191
149, 203, 224
131, 141
185
185
173
115
115
36
5
103
131


199
224


Wade, J. H. L.
Walling, S. L. 13, 36,
Walter, Miss A. G.
, 97 Walter, Miss D. E.
111 Walter, Miss R.
109 Walwyn. D. R.
5 Watkins, L. A.
199 Wayne, His Honour,
36 R. St. J. 0. 67, 133, 155, 199,
131 Wenham. L. C.
223 West, Miss M. D.
1 Wilkin, Miss A.
115 Wilkins. H.
141 Williams, S. A.
115 Willock, H. A.
Winter, F. 101,
133 Wooding, Hon. J. C., Q. C.
199 Wynter, Dr. L. R., M.B.E.


103
141
149
65
36
159
113

213
109
51
131
141
95
115
113
115
73


[VOL. LXXXI, 1953.









INDEX TO THE LEEWARD ISLANIS GAZETTE.


PART II, 1953.


STATUTES.
As
P
Leeward Islands Acts.
1 of 1953. Telecommunications
(Amendment)
2 ,, Factories (Repeal)
3 ,, Land Acquisition (Amendment)
4 ,, Small Charges (Amendment)
5 ,, Police (Amendment)
6 ,, Supplementary Appropriation
(1951)
7 ,, Pensions (Amendment)
8 ,, Apprentices (Repeal)
9 ,, Corporal Punishment
(Amendment)
10 ,, Interpretation of Laws
(Amendment)
11 ,, Delegation of Powers
(Amendment)
12 ,, Appropriation
13 ,, Immigration and Passport
(Amendment)
14 ,, Supreme Court (Amendment)
15 ,, Offences against the Person
(Amendment)
16 ,, Sentence of Death (Expectant
Mothers)
17 ,, Governor's Emoluments
(Amendment)
19 ,, Stamp (Amendment)
20 Pensions Increase
21 ,, Unrepresented Estates
(Amendment)
22 ,, Acts and Ordinances
(Amendment)


Antigua Ordinances.

9 of 1952. General Development Looal
Loan
11 ,, To amend further the Tobacco
Duty Ordinance, 1939
14 ,, Firearms
15 ,, Cinematographs (General
Legislature Competency)
Repeal
16 ,, Immportation of Live Fish
17 Forestry (Amendment)
18 ,, Tobacco (Amendment)
19 ,, Agricultural Small Holdings
(Regulation of Rentals)
1 of 1953. Fisheries (Amenlment) 32
2 ,, Income Tax (Amendment) 48
3 ,, Animals (Diseases and
Importation) 51
4 ,, Appropriation 51
5 ,, General Development Local
Loan 131
6 ,, Acquisition of Antigua
Syndicate Estates Tenantry
Areas Loan 131
7 Supplementary Appropriation
(1952) 1953 203
8 ,, Treasury Reorganisation 203
9 ,, Harbour and Roadsteads
(Amendment) 203
10 ,, Births and Deaths Registration
(Amendment) 203
11 ,, Fire Brigades 203
12 ,, Slum Clearance and Housing
(Amendment) 203
13 ,, Industrial Development 203
14 ,, Land Settlement and Develop-
ment Board (Repeal) 224


Assent All'ce
Page. Page.
sent All'ce 15 of 1953. Small Farmer Cultivation and
age. Page. Haulage Ser ice (Repeal) 228

Alontseirat Ordinances.


1 of 1952. Montserrat Constitution and
Elpetion'. 1951
1 of 1953. Supplementary Appropriation
(1951) 1952
2 ,, Appropriation, 1953


St.


3 of 1


67 4
6
7
9


11


13
55 103 1 of
2


1


32 6 of 1
7
1 1 of 1
27 2
3


21
61
61
51

51
109
103

113
127

163


Kitts-Nevis-A guilla Ordinances.


952. St. Kitts-Nevis Electricity, Ice
and Cold Storage
General Loan and Stock
S Explosives (Amendment)
Petroleum (Amendment)
,, Cinematographs (General Legis-
lature Competency) (Repeal)
S Electricity and Cold Storage
Supply Loan
,, Suppli-ni-tary Appropriation
(1951)
S Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Amendment)
Hotels Aid (Amendment)
953. Income Tax (Amendment)
,, Preservation of Ordinances
(Amendment)
,, Appropriation
,, Trade and Revenue
(Amendment)
,, Land and House Tax
(Amendment)
,, Supplementary Appropriation
(1952)

Virgin Islands Ordinances.


51
51
48 131

48 127
48 127

174

228

228


952. Customs Duties (Amendment)
, District Councils 21
953. Hotels Aid 76
,, Passengers Tax (Amendment) 113
,, Wild Birds Protection (Amend-
ment) 113
,, Supplementary Appropriation
(1951) 113
,, Income Tax (Amendment) 113
,, Appropriation 127
,, General Legislative Council
(Revocation of Competency) 135
,, Cinematographs (General
Legislature Competency)
(Repeal) 141
,, Legislative Council (Extension
of Duration) 185
,, Encouragement of Industries 185

SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION.


Page.


General Government.


37 of 1952. Consular Conventions (United States
of America) Order
38 ,, Consular Conventions (Kingdom of
Sweden) Order
1 of 1953. Telecommunications (Amendment)
Rules
5 ,, Post Office (Rates of Postage)
(Amendment) Rules
7 ,, Pensions (Amendment) Regulations
8 ,, Coronation Stamp Order


VOL. LXXXI, 1953.









INDEX TO THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION.-(Cont'd).
General Governmen t.-(cont'd).
P


9 of I
10
11
14
15

16

17

18
19
20
21
22
23
24

25

27
28


29

30

31


32


953. Dangerous Drugs (Application) Order
,, Magistrates Court (District I) Order
,, Pensionable Offices Order
,, Trade Mark Fees (Amendment) Rules
,, Magistrates Court (District C)
(Amendment) Order
,, Dangerous Drugs Act (Relaxation)
Order
,, Air Navigation (Licensing of Air
Services) (Amendment) Regulations
,, Post Office (Amendment) Rules
,, Stamps (Montserrat) Order
,, Patents (Fees) Regulations
,, Stamps (Continuance of Use) Order
,, Stamps (Invalidation) Order
,, Stamps (Antigua) Order
,, Immigration and Passport (Amend-
ment) Regulations
,, Antibiotics and Therapeutics Substances
(Variation of Schedule) Regulations
S Increase of Pensions Regulations
,, Colonial Air Navigation (Use of
Montserrat Government Aerodrome)
Order
S Air Navigation (Designation of
Aerodromes) Order
,, Coronation Stamps (Revocation and
Continuance of Use) Order
S Police (Nan-Commissioned Officers
and Privates) Leave of Absence
(Amendment) Regulations
S Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous
Provisions) Order


Antigua.

39 of 1952. General Local Loan Regulations
40 ,, Savings Bank Rules
42 ,, Factory (Amendment) Regulations
43 ,, Vehicle and Road Traffic (Amendment)
Regulations
44 ,, Telecommunications Licences and
Fees Order
3 of 1953. Motor Omnibus (Amenmeent)
Regulations
4 ,, Antigua Rifle Association (Recognition)
Order
5 ,, Explosives Order
8 ,, Holberton Instiiitions (Amendment)
Rules
9 ,, Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture)
of Cornmeal) Order
10 ,, Parham Extension Scheme
11 ,, Bethesda Extension Scheme
12 ,, Cedar Grove Extension Scheme
14 ,, Animals (Importation) Control
Regulations
15 ,, Resolution of the Legislative Council
exempting Hearing Aids from
Customs Duty


Antigua.-(Cont'd).


age. 16 of 1953. Electricity (further Duties of Electric
Inspector) (Revocation) Regulations
80 17 ,, Aid to Pioneer Industries (Clarence
o8 Payne) (Manufacture of Cornmeal)
101 Order
115 20 ,, Aid to Pioneer Industries (Industrial
Development Board) (Pottery
115 Industry) Order
22 ,, Hotels Aid Regulations
115 24 ,, Legislative Council (Extension of
Duration
127 25 ,, Public Pounds (Bolans) Order
159 27 ,, Antigua Telecommunications (Licences
159 and Fees) (Amendment) Order


Montserrat.


185 1 of 1953. Burial Grounds (Amendment)
Regulations
185 2 ,, Landing of Animals (Prohibition)
207 Order
3 ,, Landing of Animal Products
(Prohibition) Regulations


Virgin Islands.


213 1
2
3
213 4

212


6
5 7

5


of 1953. District Councils (Election) Rules
,, Hospital (Amendment) Rules
,, Hotels Aid Regulations
,, Resolution of Legislative Council
abolishing Customs Duties on
educational, scientific and cultur-
al materials
,, Resolution of Legislative Council
abolishing Customs Duties on
accoutrements, etc., for use of
Youth Organisation and on arti-
cles imported by pioneer manu-
facturers
Wild Birds (Bag Limit) Order
,, Income Tax (Amendment) Rules


Proclamations.


Agricultural Small Holdings (Regulation of Rentals)
61 Ordinance 1952 47
61 Animals (Diseases and Importation) Ordinance, 1953 61
Appointing Hon. P. D. Macdonald to act as Governor,
76 Leeward Islands 23
Appointing a Session of Antigua Legislative Council 9
101 Bank Holidays 47, 191
109 Burial Ground 97
109 Close Season for Cotton, Antigua 65, 145, 173
109 Close Season for Cotton, Montserrat 35, 79, 141, 142,
155, 159, 187, 203
113 Forestry (Amendment) Ordinance, 1952 1
Leeward Islands (Amendment) Act, 1953 103
Proroguing the Antigua Legislative Council 1
127 Treasury Reorganisation Ordinance 203


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'OL. LXXXI, 1953.]


INDEX TO THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. v


PART III, 1953.

ADVERTISEMENT, FINANCIAL RETURNS, NOTICES, TRADE MARKS. ETC.


A
Acquisition of Lands 48, 51
Address by H.II. the Adminis-
trator of Antigua to Antigua
Legislative Council Gaz. 9
Address by His Excellency The
Governor to General Legisla-
tive Council 15
Agricultural Scholarship, Im-
perial College of Tropical
Agriculture, Trinidad 76, 80
Antigua Cotton Factory, Ltd.,
Liquidation of 2
Assessors-Juvenile Court 163, 173

B


Bailiffs of the Supreme Court


Bank Holidays
Banking Hours
Banking Statistics

Bills circulated

Bills published


17,

61, 63,
139, 202,
13,51, 76,
149, 159, 163,
45, 48, 115,
203, 213,


Board of Assessment
Board of Education, Virgin
Islands
Board of Health, Members
Buildings where Banns of
Marriage may be published


C
Carriage by Air Legislation 159
Cheques payable to Govern-
ment 223, 227
Circuit Court Sittings 1, 6, 21, 25,
27, 48, 51, 56, 66, 67
68, 69, 71, 94, 96, 97
101. 104, 109, 114,
154, 156, 163, 174,
179, 186, 192, 224,
229.
City Commissioners 5, (5, 127,
135, 207, 213
City Rates 69, 72, 73, 94,
96
Colonial Regulations 183
Commissioners-Income Tax 153,
179
Commissioners-Oaths 135, 145, 214
Commissioners--Supreme
Court 109, 115
Commissioners-Workmen's
(Compensation 13!
Commissions of Inquiry 59, 107
Consuls-Appointments of
9. 45, 67, ;5,
127, 195
Coronation Medal. 75
Coronation Medals-Awards uf i i
Coronation Messages '.3
Coronation Parade Coronation Souvenirs-Import
of 27, 32, 35
Corouers--Appointment of 51
Country Board of Health-
Members 5
Court of Appeal, Sittings 204, 207.
209
Court Mourning 55
Court of Summary Jurisdic-
tion-Sittings 53, 57, 225,
2,);'


Crown Agents Accounts 165
Crown Lands 95, 97, 101,174
179, 186, 204,
208, 214, 221
Currency 2, 14, 36, 56, 71,
93, 98, 99, 104,
115, 146, 156,
164, 181, 201,
228

D
Death of Her Majesty Queen
Mary 55, 61
Deputy Coroners 5


95 Efficiency Decoration 29
191 Empire Day 79
6, 9 Erratum 163
128, Estates, Unrepresented 135, 142
206 Examining Officers 5
115 Exclusive Licence 207
185 Executive Council-Leeward
161 Islands, Members 131
224 Executive Council St. Kitts,
5 Members 65
Executive Council-Virgin
173 Islands, Members 173, 195
101 Exports-Fish and Lobsters
153, 156, 159


F
Financial Statement, Antigua
82, 105, 147, 219
Fire Permits 66, 68, 70, 72
Fish and Lobsters-Export
of 153, 156, 159
Flour 195, 199
Fruit Inspectors 73

G


Governor's Deputy


Governor's 'Tours

H

Honours
Housing Authority
Hucksters and Pedlars
Hurricane Measures


9, 67, 93, 97,
133, 155, 199,
213
133


1, 87
149, 173
6, 10.14
111


I
Im port Licensing-Coronation
Souvenirs 27, 32, 35
Importers 76, 80
Income Tax 95
Index-Gazette, 1952 Gaz. 21
Inspectors-Fruit 73
Investments 197

J


JUDGMENTS


Georgiana Corne- v.s. Thomas H.
lius Kel-ick 117
John Gerald ,, Edgar Odlum
118
Lauriston Potter ,, Joseph E.
Byron 119
John Camaoho ,,,, ,, 120,
230


Edith Vieira

Miriam Davis
Joseph Rawlins

Owner of vessel
Eileen C"



Jenetta Joseph

Jurors' List
Justices of the Peac
Juvenile Court Ass

I
Land Acquisition
Lands. Sales of


v.s. Joseph E.
Byron 121
,, 122
,, Florence
Richards 157
,Owner of
steamship or
vessel
Caribbee "
167
,Edna Fernan-
dez 232
215


ce
essors


1
163, 173


48, 51
95, 174, 185,
191, 195, 196,
199, 200, 204,
205, 208


Legislative Council-Members

Antigua 163, 223
General 131,223
St. Kitts-Nevis 131
Virgin Islands 223
Leper Home 13
Library Board 115, 141. 191
192
Library Committee, Virgin
Islands 21
Licensing Authority under
Antibiotics and Therapeutic
Substances Act 48
Liquidation-Antigua Cotton
Facrory, Ltd. 2, 153, 156
Liquidation-St.Kitts
Services, Ltd. 133, 136
Livestock 74, 78, 81
Loans 114, 116, 132

133, 136
Lobsters and Fish-Export
of 153. 156, 159

M

Magistrates 109, 115
Mariners 135, 141. 142
146, 150
Marriage Officers 6, 9, 10. 13,
101, 127, 133,
145
Medical Board 73
Medical Register 38, 143, 164,
214, 229
Meeting of General Legislative
Council 127
Messages, Christmas 223
Midwives 129
Milk Aralyst 159

N

N A TUR A LISATION


Daise, Mustafa
Ritta, Karl Jensen
Tonge, Lockling Answorth
Notary Public


101
65, 67
69, 71
145


0.
Obituary 67, 101, 213
Orders in Council 73, 76, 95, 97, 135









INDEX TO THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZE' TE.


P.
Parham Extension Scheme 2, 6
Patents 5, 10, 13, 227, 228
Police Force Promotions 103
Post Offices 21. 79
Postage Stamps 185, 213
Pound Keepers 48, 207
Price Control 26, 28, 176

R.
Rainfall Figures 2, 6, 10, 14, 22,
25, 27, 33, 37, 46, 49, 52, 56, 64,
66. 68, 70, 72, 74, 78, 81, 94, 96,
98, 101, 104. 110, 114, 127, 132,
131, 136, 142, 146, 150, 154, 156,
160, 164, 175, 181, 187, 192, 196,
201,205, 209, 214, 221, 224, 229
Register of Births, Deaths and
Marriages 71, 155
Register of Titles 2, 3, 7, 10, 52,
57, 64, 102, 106
Regulations for preventing Colisions
at Sea 227
Rehabilitation Fund Committe 115
Reply to Administrator's Address to
Antigua Legislative Council
Gaz. 35
Reply to the Governor's Address to
General Legislative Council 16

S.

Sale of Motion Picture Apparatus 52,
56, 61, 66
Savings Bank, Antigua 138, 150, 218
Montserrat 198
Savings Bank Statistics 202
Scholarship 133
Slum Clearance 56, 61
Small Farmer Cultivation and Haul-
age Service Board 71
Stamps 185, 213
Storm Warning Signals 111
Strategic Goods 153
Style and Title of H.M. Queen
Elizabeth II 87

T.
Tenders 56, 64, 104, 127, 132, 134,
137, 144, 148, 151, 159, 163, 175,
181, 195, 197, 199, 201, 206, 210,
213, 220, 225, 228, 233


Town and Country Planning 32,
36, 45, 55, 61, 67, 68, 69, 70, 96,
98, 110, 114, 153, 155, 180, 186,
192

Trade by Sea 153
Trade Commissioner 36


TRADE MARKS.


Angostura Bitters (Dr. J. G. B. Siegert
& Sons) Limited 210, 220, 222
Benson, & Hedges 14, 21, 25
Clinton Foods Incorporated 133,
136, 142
Columbia Records Incorporated 45,
48, 51, 56, 163, 174, 180, 186
Cooperatieve Vereniging Tot Bersid-
ing Van Melk-Producten Korth-
eidshalve Cooperatieve condens-
fabriek Friesland 103, 109,
113
Eau de Cologne & Parfumerie-Fab-
ric, Glokengasse No. 4711 of
Gegenuber Der Peerdeposte ron
Ferd. Mulhens 178, 189
General Milk Sales Incorporated 65,
68, 70
George W. Horner & Company .13,
21, 25
Grimston & Company, Limited 149,
154, 156
Murray Sons & Company, Limited
145, 149, 154
Rexona Proprietary Limited 6, 10, 14
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company 228
Shredded Wheat Company Limited
103, 109, 113
Sterling Products International
Incorporated 65, 68, 70
Vine Products Limited 199, 204, 208,
214, 221, 224, 228
Trade Marks-Fee for Registration
of 135, 141, 145


Traffic


10, 224, 229


Vacancies:-
Assistant Information Oflicier,
Central Secretariat, Carib-
bean Commission. Trinidad
33, 46
Assistant Master, Secondary/
Senior, School, Montserrat
174, 187, 193.
Assistant Staff Surveyors, Lands
and Survey Department, St.
Lucia 71, 72, 77
Colonial Accountant, Dominica
93, 96
Deputy Principal, Government
Technical Institute, British
Guiana 209
Economist, Central Secretariat,
Caribbean Commission, Trini-
dad 104, 110
Health Officer, Medical Depart-
nient, British Guiana 209
Information Officer, Central Sec-
retariat, Caribbean Commision,
';'linidad 136, 142
Instructors, Government Techni-
cal Institute, British Guiana
175, 180
Lecturer, Eastern Caribbean
Farm Institute, Trinidad
77, 80
Manager and Programme Direc-
tor, Windward Islands Broad-
casting Station, Grenada 37,
46. 48
Principal, Government Second-
ary/Senior School, Montserrat
110, 116
Superintendent of Public Works,
St. Vincent 73, 77
Translator, Central Secretariat,
Caribbean Commission, Trini-
dad 14, 21, 25
Tutor (Crop Husbandry) and
Tutor (Animal Husbandry)
Eastern Farm Institute. Trini-
dad 28, 33, 37
Visiting Justices of H.M.'s Prison
133, 155


Water Board 133
U. Water Services 6. 10
Weights and Measures 77. 80'
Workmen's Compensation 146, 150.
University College of the West 160, 163, 201, 205-
Indies 71, 73 Workmen's Compensation Act 32,
Unrepresented Estates 135, 142 36, 45


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