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Title: Leeward Islands gazette
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Title: Leeward Islands gazette
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Creator: Leeward Islands (West Indies)
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Place of Publication: Antigua
Publication Date: 1872-
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Subject: Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Leeward Islands (West Indies)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 1- , 1872-
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General Note: Supplements, issued with some numbers, contain departmental reports, Meteorological registers, ordinances, statutory rules and orders, etc., of Antigua, St. Kitts and Nevis, Montserrat, and the British Virgin Islands.
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    Leeward Islands - ACT, No. 5 of 1955: Crown Suite (Repeal) Act, 1955
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    Leeward Islands - ACT, No. 6 of 1955: Evidence (Amendment) Act, 1955
        Page B 1
    Leeward Islands - ACT, No. 7 of 1955: Elementary Education (Repeal) Act, 1955
        Page C 1
    Leeward Islands - ACT, No. 8 of 1955: Pensions (Increase) Act, 1947 (Amendment) Act, 1955.
        Page D 1
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    Leeward Islands - ACT, No. 9 of 1955: Pensions (Increase) Act, 1953 (Amendment) Act, 1955
        Page E 1
        Page E 2
    Leeward Islands - ACT, No. 10 of 1955: Prisons (Repeal) Act, 1955
        Page F 1
    Leeward Islands - ACT, No. 11 of 1955: Supreme Court (Amendment) Act, 1955
        Page G 1
        Page G 2
    General Government - Statutory Rules and Orders, No. 6 of 1955: Virgin Islands Postal Services Rules and Regulations, 1955
        Page H 1
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    General Government - Statutory Rules and Orders, No. 7 of 1955 Stamps (Invalidation) Order, 1955
        Page I 1
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THE LEE WAR) / LAN]


GAI


ISubliseHd bY Buthoritg.

VOL. LXXXIII. THURSDAY, 10TH FEBRUARY, 1955.


Notices.


It is hereby notified for general
information that His Excellency the
Governor has issued a Commission to
the Hon. P. D. MACDONALD, C.M.G.,
appointing him to be Governor's
Deputy during His Excellency's forth-
coming absence from Antigua, whilst
paying a visit to St. Kitts from either
the 15th or 16th February to the
17th February, 1955.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.
5th February, 1955.
Ref. No. 13/00283.

It is notified for general information
that under the provisions of section 6
of the Sugar Export Cess Regulations,
1948, the Governor-in-Council has
appointed the following to be mem-
bers of the Rehabilitation Fund Com-
mittee for a term of two years with
effect from the 18th November, 1954.
Director of Agriculture
(Chairman)
F. H. S. WARNEFORD, Esq.
J. M. WATSON, Esq.
Hon. E. E. WILLIAMS
ROY MENDES, Esq.
Hon. J. R. A. McDoNALD, M.B.E.
(In substitution for Gazette notice
of 10th January, 1955 (Leeward
Islands Gazette of 13th January,
1955).
A dministrator's Officr,
Antigua.
4th February. 1955.
Ref. No. A. 9/41.

INVALIDATION OF STAMPS.
It is hereby notified for general
information that, in accordance with
the provisions of the Stamps (Invalida-
tion) Order. 1955 General Government
S. R. & 0. No. 7 of 1955), the special
issue of Stamps originally authorised
for use by and under the Stamps
(Universal Postal Union) Order, 1949
(General Government S. R. & O. No.
37 of 1949), the continued use where-
of was authorized by the Stamps
(Continuance of Use) Order, 1953
(General Government S. R. & 0. No.
21 of 1953), will no longer be used
for the payment of postage or stamp
duties after the 14th August, 1955.




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2. Provision has, however, been
made in the abovementioned Invalida-
tion Order for a period of grace of
three months thereafter, that is, on or
before the 14th November, 1955,
within which holders of stamps in-
validatv d by the Order may effect
their exchange at any Post Office in
the Colony in respect of a Leeward
Islands stamp and at a Post Office in
the Presidency of issue in respect of
a Presidential stamp for stamps of
equivalent value authorized for use in
such Colony or Presidency.

The Secretariat,
Antigua,
Leeward Islands.
8th February, 1955.

It is hereby notified that His
Excellency the Governor has been
pleased to appoint the officer for the
time being holding the office of
District Magistrate, Districts A"
and B to be a Commissioner for
Workmen's Compensation for the
Presidency of Antigua.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.
8th February, 1955.
Ref. No. 43/00029.

It is hereby notified for general
information that the Secretary of
State has appointed Mr. ROBERT
T. STEVENS, O.B.E., retiring Director
of Electricity and Telephones Depart-
ment. Mauritius, as Supervising En-
gineer of the new Telephone System
for a period of 18 to 24 months.
His duties will entail the supervi-
sion and carrying out of the re-organi-
sation of the Telephone System, the
installation of a new C B multiple
switchboard, the installation of a new
cable distribution network mostly
overhead, the construction of pole
routes, wiring to subscribers' premises
and the installation of subscribers'
equipment. He will also be responsi-
ble for the change over from the
existing equipment to the new
equipment.
Mr. STEVENS is expected to sail
from the United Kingdom by the first
opportunity after the 8th February,
1955.
Administrator's Ofice,
Antigua.
Ref. No. A. 75/6-III.


Argentine Consular Repre-
sentation.
With reference to the notice ap-
pearing in Leeward Islands Gazette
No. 57 of the 16th December, 1954,
it is notified for general information
that the Exequatur empowering
SENOR DON JORGE IGNACIO NICOLINI
to act as Consul General of the
Argentine Republic in London, with
jurisdiction including United King-
dorn Overseas Territories not already
within the district of an Argentine
Consular Officer and with jurisdiction
over territory which is within the
district of the Argentine Consular
Officer at Hong Kong, received Her
Majesty's signature on the 30th
December, 1954.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.
27th January, 1955.
19/00009,

No. 14.

The Governor has been pleased to
assent this day to the undermentioned
Acts:-
Leeward Islands.

No. 4 of 1955, "The Pensions
(Amendment) Act, 1955. Fel. 1
No. 5 of 1955, "The Crown Suits
(Repeal) Act, 1955." Feb. 1
No. 6 of 1955, "The Evidence
(Amendment) Act, 1955." Feb. 1
No. 7 of 1955, "The Elementary
Education (Repeal) Act, 1955."
Feb. 1
No. 8 of 1955, "The Pensions
(Increase) Act, 1947, (Amendment)
Act, 1955." Feb. 1
No. 9 of 1955, "The Pensions
(Increase) Act, 1953 (Amendment)
Act, 1955." Feb. 1
No. 10 of 1955, "The Prisons
(Repeal) Act, 1955." Feb. 1

No. 11 of 1955, "The Supreme
Court (Amendment) Act, 1955."
Feb. 1
No. 12 of 1955," The Interpretation
and General Clauses Act, 1955."
Feb. 1

No. 13 of 1955, "The Police
(Amendment) Act, 1955." Feb. 1


No. 7.


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(N,. 14 of 1955, The Small Charges
Amendment) Act, 1955." Feb. 1

No. 15 of 1955, The Supplemen-
tary Appropriation (1953) Act, 1955."
Feb. 1

No. 16 of 1955, The Appropriation
Act, 1955." Feb. 1

No. 17 of 1955, The Local Con-
stabl-s (Amendment) Act, 1955."
Feb. 1

No. 18 of 1955, The Magistrate's
Code of Procedure (Amendment)
Act, 1955." Feb. 1

No. 15.

The following Acts and Statutory
Rules and Orders are circulated with
this Gazette and form part thereof:-

ACTS.

Leeward Islands.

No 5 of 1955, The Crown Suits
(Repeal) Act, 1955."
2 pp. Price 4I cents.
No 6 of 1955, "The Evidence
(Amendment) Act, 1955."
1 pp. Price 3 cents.
No 7 of 1955, The Elementary
Education (Repeal) Act. 1955. "
1 pp. Price 3 cents.
No 8 of 1955, "The Pensions
(Increase) Act, 1947 (Amendment)
Act, 1955."
2 pp. Price 4 cents.
No 9 of 1955, "The Pensions
(Increase) Act, 1953 (Amendment)
Act, 1955. 2 pp. Price 4 cents.

No 10 of 1955, "The Prisons
(Repeal) Act. 1955."
1 pp. Price :. cents.
No 11 of 1955, "The Supreme
Court (Amendment) Act, 1955."
2 pp. Price 4 cents.
STATUI'ORY RTLES & ORDERS.

General Government.

No. 6 of 1955, ** The Virgin Islands
Postal Services Rules and Regula-
tions, 1955. "
23 pp. Price 25 cents.
No. 7 of 1955, The Stamps
(Inv; lidation) Order, 1955. "
1 pp. Priaw' 3 cents


NOTICE.

LEEWARD ISLANDS.

THE- REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KIvnDOM PATENTS ACT, 1925.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that ERNST JOIAN JENS [IENRIIKREN,
have applied for registration in the
Leeward Islands of United Kingdom
Pat.nt No. 669,973 dated the 6th day
of January, 1947 andI issued 'n the
30th day of July 1952 -ind have filed
in the Registrar's Office at the Court
House St. John's, Antigua, : complete


copy of the specifications and the
Certificate of the Comptroller General
of the United Kingdom Patent Office
giving full particulars of this patent
which will be open to public inspec-
tion at the said office at any time
between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
3.30 p.m. on working days except on
Saturday when the hours will be
from 9.30 a.m. to 12 noon.

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

Dated the 4th day of February,
1955.
O. M. BROWNE,
Chief Registrar.

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


In the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands.
SAINT CHRISTOPHER CIRCUIT.
A.D. 1955.
NOTICE is hereby given that in
pursuance of Rules made by the Chief
Justice under Section 16 of the Wind-
ward Islands and Leeward Islands
(Courts) Order-in-C,'uncil 1939, aind
duly approved as therein provided on
the 16th day of October, A.D. 1941,
The Honourable the Puisne Judge
selected for the sitting of the Court in
the Saint Christopher Circuit has
appointed the day of the month on
which the ensuing Circuit Court shall
sit as I' allows, liha is to say:-
T'he Saint Christo.pher Circuit on
MONDAY the 21st day of FEBRU-
ARY, 1955 at 10 o'clock in the fore-
noon .
Dated the 27th day of January,
1955.
H. S. L. MOSELEY,
l'cgistr'a o, the Supree Colurt.

Ref. No. :i3/olOo4.

TRAFFIC NOTICE'
During the visit of Her Royal
Highness The Princess MARGARET to
Antigna on Monday, 14th February,
1955 it is necessary to make the
following Orders:-

CLOSING OF ROADS.
From 6.30 a.m. until Her Royal
Hiighness returns to Her Majesty's
Yacht BRIITANIA", no vehicle of
any description shall park on High
Street.

No vehicle of any description
on East Street, between High Street
anld ishopgate Street, or any road
around the A. C. C. Grounds and
Government House.


No vehicle of any description
shall be allowed to travel on or across
High Street or on East Street
between High and lishopgate Streets,
except official cars under police
direction.

YOUTH RALLY.
Members of the public attending
the Youth Rally shall park their
cars under police direction on the
grounds of the St. John's Boys'
School. Approach can be made
through the following routes:-

FROM THE CITY.
East on St. Mary's Street, North on
East Street, East on the Factory
Road, turning left into the Boys'
School Grounds:

wr East on the road North of
Government House, on to the Old
Parham Road, turning right on the
Grammar School road to the Boys'
School Grounds.

No Vehicle of any description
shall be allowed to travel on the
Prison Road during the Youth Rally.

GARDEN PARTY.
Guests attending the Garden Party
will park their cars under police
direction on the A. C. C. Grounds.
Approach can be made by way of
St. Mary's Street, th, Factory Road,
left on the Prison Road to the A. C.C.
Grounds; or on the road North of
Government House, on to the Old
Parham Road, turning right on the
Prion Road into the A. C- C.
Grounds.

E. M. V. JAMES, Lt. Col.
Traffic Commissioner.

5th February, 1955.
39/00001.

TRAFFIC NOTICE.
During the visit of Her Royal
Highness The Princess MARGARET on
Tuesday, 15th February, 1955 it is
necessary to make the following
orders:

Country Drive.
The route to be followed by Her
Royal Highness will be as under:-
A rra A:
Treasury Pier, High Street, Thames
Street, Newgate Street, Popeshead
Street, Dickenson Bay Street,
Cemetery Road.

Arm B:
Cemetery Road, Main Road to
Cedar Grove, Hodges Bay, Coolidge
Field, Carlisle Road, Cassada Gar-
dens, Tomlinson's Sugar Factory
and Vernons.

Area C:
Pnrhamn, Pares, All Saints, Liberta,
Falmouth to English Harbour.

As from 10 a.m. no vehicular traffic-
will be allowed to park or travel on


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THE LEE WARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


the above route until after the Royal
Party has passed.

Private cars may follow the last
police car but they will not be allow-
ed to proceed beyond Cobbs Cross.

Afternoon Drive.
The route to be followed will be as
under:-

Area D:
Falmouth, Liberta, Swetes, Fig
Tree Hill, Old Road, Johnson's
Point, Urlings. Bolans, Jennings,
K lntilih Villag-, Ottos New Devel-
opment, East Street, Government
House.

As from 4 p.m. no vehicular traffic
will be allowed to park or travel on
the route until the Royal Party has
passed; private cars may follow the
last police car but should on no
account pass this vehicle.

All owners of stock are kindly
requested to keep their animals off
the whole of the route (luring the
morning and afternoon drives.

Evening Entertainment.
All roads around Government
House will be closed to traffic from
9 p,m. until the departure of the
Royal Party, namely:-

Cross Street between St. John's
Street and Long Street.

Bishopgate Street between Cross
and Coronation Road.

Church Street between Cross Street
and East Street.

East Street between Long Street
and Parham Road.

Guests attending the function in
cars will park under Police direction.
on the A.C.C. Grounils between the
hours of 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.

High Street will be closed to all
vehicular traffic other than official
cars as from 9.30 p.m., and no vehicle
will be allowed to park thereon until
after the departure of the Royal
Party.

E. M. V. JAMES, Lt.-Col.,
Traffic Commissioner'.

5th February, 1955.


University College Hospital of
the West Indies.
Applications are invited for the
post of Registrar in the Division of
Medicine at the above-named teach-
ing hospital which is in special
relationship with the University of
London. Higher qualifications desir-
able but not essential. The success-
ful candidate will be required to be
in Jamaica as early as possible after
appointment.
The appointment will be for one
year in the first instance, subject to


renewal. Salary is payable within
the scale 800 x100-l,000/ 1,100
X100--1,400 per annum, depend-
ing on experience and qualifications.
Single accommodation and board,
or a limited number of unfurnished
flats for unmarried or married officers,
are provided at a deduction of 125
p)er annum or 5% of salary, respect
ively. Return first class passage by
sea will be paid for one person only.

Further information may be ob-
tained from the Hospital Manager
and Secretary, University College
Hospital, Mona P. 0., Jamaica,
B. W. 1., to whom applications stating
age, nationality and details of qualifi-
cations and experience, together with
three recent testimonials or the
names and addressed s of three
referees. should be sent by the 28th
of February, 1955.


University College Hospital of
the West Indies.

Applications are invited for two
posts of Registrar or Senior Registrar
in the division of Surgery at the
above-named teaching hospital which
is in special relationship with the
University of London. Applicants
should possess a higher qualification
in Surgery. The successful candi-
dates will be required to assume
duties as soon as possible after the
15th of March and the 1st of June,
1955.

The appointments will each be for
one year in the first instance, subject
to renewal. Salary is payable within
the scale 800x100-1,000/1,100
X100--1,400 per annum, depend-
ing on experience and qualifications.
Single accommodation and board for
a limited number of unfurnished
flats for unmarried or married offi-
oers, are provided at a deduction
of 125 per anrinum r 5% of salary
respectively. Return first class pas-
sage by sea will be paid for one
person only in each e se.

Further information may be ob-
tained from the Hospital Manager
and Secretary, University College
Hospital, Mona P. 0., Jamaica,
B.W.I., to whom applications stating
age, nationality and details of qualifi-
cations and experience, together with
three recent testimonials or the names
and addresses of three referees, should
be sent by the 28th of February,
1955.


University College Hospital of
the West Indies.
Applications are invited for the
post of Senior Registrar in the
department of Diagnostic Radiology
at the above-named teaching Hospital
which is in special relationship
with the University of London.
Preference will be given to candi-
dates holding a diploma in diagnostic
radiology.


The app intent wi!l be foL one
year in the first instance, subject to
renewal. Salary will be in the scale
1,000x100-1,400 per annum,
depending on experience and qualifi-
cations. Single accommodation and
board or a limited number of
unfu'rnished( flats for unmarried or
married officers, are provided at a
deduction of 125 per annum or 5%
of salary, respectively. Return first
class passages by sea will be paid
for one perbn on only.

Further information may be ob-
tained from the Hospital Manager
and Secretary, University Colleg e
Hospital, o n a P. 0., Jamaica,
B,W. I., to whom applications stating
age, nationality and details of qualifi-
cations and experience, together with
three recent testimonials or the
names and addresses of throe
referees and including the approxi-
mate date on which the candidate
could become availabl-, should be
sent by the 28th of February, 11955.

Vacancy for Assistant Attorney
General, British Honduras.

Applications are invited for the
post of Assistant Attorney General,
British Honduras, which will fall
vacant about the middle of 1955.

2. The duties of this post are:-
(1) To prosecute for t e
Crown in the Courts of the
Colony and to appear for the
Government in civil proceed ngs;

(2) To act as legal advise: to
Government, as directed by the
Attorney General;

(3) To draft or assist in draft-
ing the laws of the Colony;

(4) To perform any other duty
and render any further assistance
to tle Attorney General as may
be directed.

3. The qualifications required are
those of a Barrister-at-Law with at
least fonr years' practical experience.

4. The post is on the permanent
and pensionable establishment and
carries a salary in the scale of
$3,120- 120- 3,600- 150-3,900 E. B.
$4,050-150-4,200. ($4 B.H.=1 Ster-
ling). The point of entry to the
scale will depend on the qualifications
and experience of the successful
candidate.

5. Except in the case of officers
confirmed in their appointments with
other Governments, the appointment
will be on probation for two years in
the first instance. The successful
candidate will be required to produce
a medical certificate of fitness, and
will be subject to Colonial Regulations
and to local General Orders.

6. Free passages will be provided
on first appointment and on leave
for the officer and his family,


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THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


not exceeding four persons in all.
Leave with full salary is at the rate of
five days for each completed month
of resident service, with a maximum
of 180 days. The length of a tour is
2 to 3 years. Free passages on leave
are provided for the officer and his
wife, subject to the provision of funds
annually by the Legislative Assembly.
When travelling on duty a subsistence
allowance of $2.50 a day for the first
six days, $2.00 a day after the first six
days, and $1.75 a day after the first
thirty days, is paid.


7. Free quarters are not provided.
But, if Government quarters are
allocated to the officer, rental is pay-
able at the rate of 7A% of salary and
the basic heavy furniture is provided
at an annual rental of 6% of its total
value.

8. Income Tax is payable in
accordance with local legislation.

9. Applications, containing full
particulars, should be addressed to the
Colonial Secretary, Belize, British


Honduras, to reach him as soon as
possible and in any event not later
than the 28th February, 1955.
Ref. No. 13/00004-II.

RAINFALL FIGURES
Central Experiment Station.
Antig'ua.
1951. 1952. 1953. 1954. i955.
Jila. 3.60 2.55 3.10 3.44 2.1
Feb. 5 .69 .62 .40
3.60 3.10 2.55 8.44 2.16


The following names and addresses of persons included in the register of midwives for the Virgin Islands are
published in accordance with the provisions of Midwifery Ordinance No. 11 of 1953 of that Presidency:-
(a) Registered Midwives-


DAVIES, MARY LOUISE
O'NEAL, IRIS
PENN, IRIS MURIEL

(b) Licensed Midwives-

BRATHWAITE, EMILY
CREQUE, VICTORIA
DONOVAN, ELIZABETH
FREEMAN, CHRISTIANA
MALONE, ROSA
PENN, ROSALIND
SPRAUVE, TROPHINA


Road Town Tortola.
The Valley, Virgin Gorda
East End, Tortola.


Diamond's Estate, Tortola.
North Sound, Virgin Gorda
Carrot Bay, Tortola
Cooten Bay, Tortola
Long Look, Tortola
Long Look, Tortola
North Sound, Virgin Gorda


BANKING STATISTICS:


LEEWARD ISLANDS.


All figures in British West Indian dollars.

Number of reporting banks: 2 (Barclays Bank D. C. & O.) and (Royal Bank of Canada).

Figures for end of quarter 31st December, 1954.


LIABILITIES.

1. Notes in circulation


2. Deposits
(i) Demand
(ii) Time
(iii) Savings


3,670,247.20
331.650.67
5,993,683.63


3. Balances due to
(a) Other banks in Colony
(b) Banks abroad


4. Other Liabilities, etc.


$
9,630.00

9,995,581.50





205,736.24
200,322.11

441,893.72


ASSETS.
$
1. Cash 1,114,657.24
2. Balances due by other banks in Colony 917.48
3. Balances due from banks abroad
and other short claims 6,692,192.62
4. Loans and Advances to:- 2,394,160.75
(i) Primary production (inclu-
ding processing of primary
products) 10,444.06
(ii) Other industries (inclu-
ding Commerce, Trans-
portation and Distribu-
tion) 1,162,678.67
(iii) Other advances 1,221,038.02
5. Investments
(a) Local
(b) Other
6. Other Assets 711,235.48


Total Liabilities


Colonial Secretary's Offire,
Leeward Islands.
31st January, 1955.
Ref. No. 51/00188.


[I10 Febi-nary, 19*5.i


10,913,163.57


10,913,1613.57


Total Assets









THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


IN THE COURT OF SUMMARY JURISDICTION OF THE LEEWARD ISLANDS.
ANTIGUA CIRCUIT A.D. 1955.
Notice is hereby given that the Court of Summary Jurisdiction of the Leeward Islands will
sit at the Court House in the City of Saint John in the Island of Antigua at 9.30 o'clock in the
forenoon of the undermentioned days for the purpose of hearing the undermentioned causes or matters.


Plaintiff.
Monday 24th January, 1955
George W. Bennett Bryson & Co. Laurel Meade
Walter Lewis Hubert Philip
Aubrey Challenger John Vieira
Arnold JarNie, Naomi Henry &


23/1954 George Francis
16/1954 Samuel Philp

28/1954 Hezekiah Charles
33/1954 Manassah Josiah

24/1954 Ruby Versailles
43/1954 Ruby Versailles


Defendant.




Enoch Pelle


Tuesday 25th January, 1955
George Gordon
Lucy Williams
Wednesday 26th January, 1955
Christopher Roberts
John Henry
Thursday 27th January, 1955
Kitchener Dowe
Kitchener Dowe


Monday
George W. Bennett Bryson & Co.
Albert Quelch and Edith Quelch
Emelia Black


Samuel Joseph
Eunice L: doo


;5-/1954 Theresa Fredrick
42/1954 Oscar Hunte


Alminda Roberts
Cyril Burton

Elfreda Peters
Margaret Thomas

Cassandra Turner

Joseph Frederick

Mary Lambert
Clyde Firancis

Charles Williams
Dennis Edwards


Joseph Benjamin
Charles Edwards

Viola Joshua,

Christiana Josephl

Walter Jarvis


31st January, 1955
Herman Lewis
Dorothy Agatha Joseph and Naomi Joseph
Warneford Emanuel and Virginia Emanuel


Tuesday 1st February, 1955
Roberi Bascus
Kitchlner Dowe
Wednesday 2nd February, 1955
William MVitthew
John Henry and Solomon Henry and Mary Henry
Thursday 3rd February, 1955
Paul Robinson
Frances Greene & Steven Greene & Audry Greene
Monday 7th February, 1955
Raymond Stevens
Velma Morrissey and Hubert Kirby
Tuesday 8th February, 1955
John Turner
Wednesday 9th February, 1955
George Edwards
Thursday 10th February, 1955
Enoch Elvin
Edith Ambrose
Thursday 17th February, 1955
Robert McDonald
Margaret Tuitt & Maurice Edwards,
Oscar Lewis & Thomas Weekes
Friday 18th February, 1955
Jalmes Samuel
,Joseph A. Davis and Leonard Davis
Monday 21st February, 1955
Olive Jcobs & Irene Jacobs,
Cyril Jacobs & Christophine Benjamin
Winston Joseph and Maurice Joseph
Tuesday 22nd February, 1955
Kitchener Dowe
0. M. BROWNE,
Registrar.
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No. 5 of 1955. Crown Suits (Repeal) LEEWARD
ISLANDS.
[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
K. W. BLACKBURNE,
Governor.
1st February, 1955.





LEEWARD ISLANDS.

No. 5 of 1955.

An Act to repeal the Crown Suits Act.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the
Leeward Islands.
1. This Act may be cited as the Crown Suits short title.
(Repeal) Act, 1955.
2. The Crown Suits Act is hereby repealed: REpOl and
Saving.
Cap. 6.
Provided that notwithstanding the repeal
of the said Aot where in any Federal or Local
Act or subsidiary legislation it is provided
that any suit shall be governed by the,
provisions of the Crown Suits Act or that tile
provisions of the Crown Suits Act shall be
applicable to any proceedings brought under
such Federal or Local Act or subsidiary
legislation, then for any reference to the
Crown Suits Act in such Federal or Local
Act or subsidiary legislation there shall be
substituted a reference to the Crown Proceed-
ings Ordinance of the Presidency in which
such suit or proceedings may be instituted.

3. This Act hall come into operation oni a nimmrne.
day to be appo inte d by the Goveinor by Proclaim- ,""'t
tion published in the Gazette.

MAURICE H. )DAV3,
Deputy President.









ISL A NT)S.


"rCo,) r uir ( Ii ; ) N- 5 of 19d


Passed the General Legislative Council this
6th day of January, 1955.

A. E. 'PYNN,
Clerk ot' the ('luncil.


ANTIGUA.
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N.o. 6 of 1955. Evidence (Amendment). LEEWARD
S ,ISLANDS.
[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
K. W. BLACKBURNE,
Governor.
I st'February, 1955).



LEEWARD ISLANDS.

No. 6 of 1955.

An Act to amend further the Evidence Act.

ENACTED by the Legislature of the Lee-
ward Islands.

1. This Act may be cited as the Evidence short title.
(Amendment) Act, 1955, and shall be read as one
with the Evidence Act, as amended, hereinafter cp. 52.
called the Principal Act. 611930.
1! 0/1949.
l: /19,4.

2. Section 12A of the Principal Act is here- Amendment
of section 1'2A
hyv amended by the substitution of the following of the Priini-
paragraph for paragraph (c) thereof:- pJLl Act.
() the London Gazette, the Gazette of
the Colony or of any Presidency thereof, the
Government Gazette of any other Colony in
Her Majesty's dominioins or of any territory
under Her Majesty's protection or of a terri-
tory for the time being administered by the
Government of the United Kingdom under the
trusteeship system of the United Nations;".

MAURICE HI. DAVIs,
Dpie./, President.

Passed the General Legislative Council this
;th day of January, 1955.

A. E. PENN,
Clerk of the Council.
ANTIGUA
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No. 7 of 1955. Elementary Education (Repeal) L-WARI,
S18LANDw
[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
K. W. BLACKBURNE,
Governor.
1st February, 1955.



LEEWARD ISLANDS.

No. 7 of 1955.

An Act to repeal the Elementary Education Act.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Leeward
Islands.
1. This Act may be cited as the Elementary Short title.
Education (Repeal) Act, 1955.

2. The Elementary Education Act, the Repeal.
Elementary Education Act, Amendment Act 1930(
and the Elementary Education (Amendment) Act, 6/19r9.
1939 are hereby repealed.
3. This Act shall come into operation on Comrnence-
;a date to be appointed by the Governor by "in't.
Proclamation published in the Gazette.
MAURICE H. DAVIS,
Deputy President.
Passed the General Legislative Council this
6th day of January, 1955.
A. E. PENN,
Clerk: of the C(oncil.







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Pensions ( i .Ire ).


[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
K. W. BLACKBURNE,
Governor.
I st February, 1955.







LEEWARD ISLANDS.

No. 8 of 1955.

An Act to amend the Pensions (Increase) Act,
1947.

ENACTED by the Legislature of the Leeward
Islands.

1. This Act may be cited as the Pensions
(Increase) Act, 1947 (Amendment) Act, 1955, and
shall be read as one with the Pensions (Increase)
Act, 1947, hereinafter referred to as the Principal
Act.

2. Subsection (1) of section 2 of the Princi-
pal Act is hereby amended by the substitution of
the following definition for the definition of tlhe
expression Governor in Council therein-

Governor means, in the case of a pen-
sioner whose services are wholly under
the Government of a Presidency, the
officer for the time being administering
the Government of that Presidency, and
in all other cases the Governor of the
Colony;".

3. Sections 3 and 4 of the Principal Act
are hereby amended by substituting the word
" Governor for the words Governor in Council "
wherever the latter ,' rd]n appear in the si si sections.


MAUiICnE 11. DAVIS,
Deputy President.


[AS I. A IDS


Short title.

10/1947.


Amendment
of section 2 (1)
of the Princi-
pal Act.


Amendment
of section 3
and 4 of the
Principal Act.


I No .;,0 of 195








Pei.iolns (fIncrease).


No. 8 of o.9-5


Passed the General Legislative Council this
6th day of January, 1955.


A. E. PENN,
Clerk of the Councl.












































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No. 9 of 1955. Pensions (Incrase).

[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
K. W. BLACKBURNE.
Governor.
1st February, 1955.







LEEWARD ISLANDS.

No. 9 of 1955.

An Act to amend the Pensions (Increase) Act,
1953.

ENACTED by the Legislature of the Leeward
Islands.

1. This Act may be cited as the Pensions
(Increase) Act, 1953 (Amendment) Act, 1955, and
shall be read as one with the Pensions (Increase)
Act, 1953, hereinafter referred to as the Principal
Act.

2. Subsection (1) of section 2 of the Princi-
pal Act is hereby amended by the suibstttitution of
the following definition for the definition of the
expression governor r in Council therein-

S" Governor means, in the case of a pen-
sioner whose services were wholly under
the Government of a Presidency, the
officer for the time being administering
the Government of that Presidency, and
in all other cases the Governor of the
Colon ;".


3. Sections 3 and 4 of the Principal Act
are hereby amended by substituting the word
" Governor" for the words Governor in Council "
wherever the latter words appear in the said sections.


MAURICE H. DAvis,
Deputy President.


LEFWAARD
ISLANDS.


Short title.

20/1953.


Amendment
of section 2(1)
of the Princi-
pal Act.


Amendment
of sections 2
and 4 of thlp
Principal Act








LEEWARD
ISLANDS.


Pension, (hwcrease). No. 9 of 1955.


Passed the General Legislative Council this
6th day of January, 1955.


A. E. PENN,
Clerk of the Council.














































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No. 10 of 1955. Prismn (Repeal) LEEWARD
f SLa Nns.
[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
K. W. BLACKBURNE,
Governor.
1st February, 1955.








LEEWARD ISLANDS.

No. 10 of 1955.

An Act to repeal the Prisons Act, Cap. 85.

ENACTED by the Legislature of the Leeward
Islands.

1. This Act may be cited as the Prisons bhort titlo.
(Repeal) Act, 1955.

2. The Prisons Act is hereby repealed. ep'al
Cap. .
3. This Act shall come into operation on commence-
a date to he appointed by the Governor by ment.
Procl;mation published in the T:azette.


MAURICE H. DAVIS,
Deputy President.

Passed the General Legislative Council this
6th day of January, 1955.


A. E. PENN,
Clerk of the Council.




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No. 11 of 1955. Supreme our, T,EWARB)
(A m C d ISLANDS.
(An m dn en/if1 ').

[L.S.1
I ASSENT,
K. \V. BLACKBURNE,
Governor.
1st February, 1956.






LEEWARD ISLANDS.

No. 11 of 1955.

An Act to amend further the Supreme Court
Act, 1939.
ENA( CED by the Legislature of the
Leeward Islands.
1. This Acr maiv be cited as the Supreme Shorttitle.
Court (Ameni~ent) Act, 1955, ;iiid shall be read
;as on, l with the Suprelm Court Act, 1,939, as 20/193i..
amended, hereitiefter called the Principal Act. 41
2. ThI following section shall be substituted Substitution
for section 9 of the Principal Act:-- of the inci
pal Act.
( I. (1) The office of every Registrar HourA of
and Prov'-r MInrsin l i lishll be kept open fr '1tin,.,
die traulln~cilo, of bOiii n. every day of
the year except Sundavys, Ch(ristas Day,
Good FridIy aind Pubic li1olida s, during
such hours of the said days as may be ap-
pointed bv the (Governor by order under his
hat11d.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of
:tnv (,rdelr rn:ade under subsection (1) of this
section, the .liinlgi by whom any matter is
bein_ e;ir!, m'v di','.t amy 1pa]d onfccr of
title C(otu't io tlr'nti' t II any N lin ;11 '\ l>n si-
ness \ iwhiel iM le oI') IIii i r! JI ig-. is
hi'.o ar) 1n r f:Unvec ienrt. Lo facill;i te ihe hLear-








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question, or to carry into effect any order
made in connection therewith."

3. This Act shall be deemed to have come
into operation on the 1st day of January, 1955.

MAURICE H. DAVIS,
Deputy President.

Passed the General Legislative C'oicmil this
6th day of JlanuIary, 19455.

A. F. PENN,
Clerk of i//w 'uiinci/.


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LEEWARD ISLANDS.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1955, No. 6.

POST OFFICE
Virgin Islands Postal Service


THE VIRGIN ISL.\NDS PosTAIL SERVICE RBILES AND E:GUILATIONS,
1955, I)A'TI) 'D FEBRUARY 3, 19'), 5 MADE BY THIE ( 6O)VERN()Io IN
COUNCIL UNDKE THE POSr OFFICE ACT (CAP. 123).


1. CITATION AND APPLICATION. These Rules and Rlegulations
may be cited as the Virgin Islraids Postal Service I rules an d R. regulations,
1955, and shall apply only to the Presidency of the Virgin Islands.
2. INTERPRETATION. In these Rules and Regulations, unless the
context requires otherwise-
"Commissioner means the person for the time being filling the
office of Commissioner of the Presidency;
"letter" includes every kind of postal packet, when despatched by
letter post;
master means the person having command or charge of a ship;
"parcel means any postal packet sent by parcel post;
"port" includes airport;
"Postmaster" means the person for the time heing filling the
office of Postmaster of the Presidency;
Presidency means the Presidency of the Virgin Islands;
"ship" means any schooner, sloop, boat, motor vessel, steamship
or other floating craft and includes any description of aircraft.
3. Post OFFICE SUB-DIVISIONS. The post offices established
or hereafter to be established in !he Presidency shall he divided into three
groups, namely, the General Post Office, Branch Post Offices and
Sub-Post Offices.









4. GENER AL POST IFFIC'E. The ,fst oice I Road Town,
Torn ia, shlall be tihe G( n I Po-t ( if f,-r ;! P !; !I ail
oth;r post offices in the Presidency dsall be managed a:i0l controlled
thereunder.
.". BTR{.AN'H AND Sun-PosT OFICIe, S. The remiiiinin post offices
(,Il c ti'rin the 1e0!; ,al Post Offce) in the Presidenev shall consist
of such BrinIel Post Olics or Sub f Pos OffMcs respu Aiv ely al ar, or
may from time to tim., e, slpcitied in Scheidule A hereto.
6. BRANcH POSTMA:ISTEn. 'he ner'son in charge of Branch Po t
O)lices shall le styled Braich Postuasters, an t they shAl render suchl
accounts and returns as the Postmastler nmay require.
7. SUn-POSTMAS'TERS. The person's in Cl'ar.' of SnI) Pt ()fices
shall be -tvied Sub-Postmaste.rs and tlhev sluii r(iner such aec,mts ian
returns au the Postmaster or Branch Postma")ste' mIay r quii'e.
8. NA ES OF POST OFFIC:S. The designationK contained in
Schedule A h.ireto shall ihe th ofhfcial lines of the several post
offices nd shtll he used in all post marks and for all Apurposes, subject
as hereilnif ter prIid d in rI'spect of the monev order office.
9-. .MONEY OIRDER O V FES. 'Tle G!eneral Post Office is the sole
money order office, and shall be descriied.l in the heading of money order
forms as Virgin Islands (Roadt Town) ".
10 I ouns or BUSINESS O \WEEK DAYS. (1) The post offices
of tie Presidency shall be opened to the public from S.15 a.m. to
3.30 pn.. except that on one day in each week, to be appointed by. the
Commissioner, there shall 1e an early closing lf'ay when the hours of
business shall be from 8.15 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.
Provided always, that in case of the arrival, after the usual business
hours, of any aircraft, steamer or other vessel with mails, in the Pre-i-
dency, the G(eneral 'Pst Office and an Branch Post Office of the
Presidency mia remain open for the receipt and delivery of mails, for the
despatch ol' miils, and for ithe .tran(s.ciion of such other business :s the
Postmaster may think necessary and expelient, for such time and during
such hours as the Postmaster may direct.
(2) The hours for transacting money iand postal order business
shall be fixed by the Potstm ter subject to the aplroaii of the
Commissioner.
11. S7.NDAYs AND FIOLID)AYS: Whenever the arrival or departure
of any ship with mails in the Presidency falls on a Sunday or a public
holiday, or the exigencies of the postal service require that business be
transacted in tie Presidency on a Sunday or a public holiday, the









GeneraIl Post Office and wny BrJich Post Office of tlhe Presidency may be
opened, on that day i'or the receilt aand delivery of mails, f:r the
despatch of nmails and for the transaction of such other business as the
Postmaster may think necessnrv : a!,1 exxpe:lient, for uchl time and during
such hours as ho i,,v direct.
12. l)ELIVERY ,O LETiTis. (1) The Po stImI;ster, BraInch Post-
imai,ters atld Saul)-P~otmnsters \\ ill t:(ke all steps in tlleir )po\\wr to ensure
the sp',e'e 'dcli\ver of lett< rs to the itiesoCns ei:tiild to the st:rle, and
th"v will take special care that registered letters are delivered only to
the iaddressecs or p ,rsotis ditlv annthiorised bv them, and they shall
take receipts for the sanlle.

(2) ,et';ers whlichl rentin uiclai;ei e for two montlis shall be
returned to !h Ge(','i.'r l 1 1,.t ()fiice for diis o isa!.
13. INLAND MAILS. (1) Every inland mail shall Ihe accompanied
bv a letter 1)ill wliich shall bear a serial numbnleir colli:encinei with the
un1tnber 1 on the tirst of Jdanu:ia in each y\acr. There shall be a
separate series in each despatching office for each office of destination.

(2) Letter bills shall he stamnuped with the post marks of the post
office of origin andt of destination, and shall contain the following
information ric:---the (i;le and hIour of despateh, the mode of conveyance,
a list of registered letters in the mail, total value for taxed '' letters in
the mail. The hills shall be signed by the despatching officer and the
receiving officer.
(3) A wa\ b1ill shall be delivered with the mails to the person
conveying the mails, and on the conclusion of the journey the way bill
shall be returned to the office of origin.

(4) All persons receiving bags of mails shall give a receipt for the
same on thl appropriate way bill.
(5) Empty bags when not used for the return malls slhll be
returned as soon as possible to the General Post Oflice.
14. OuT-IsLAND MAILS. (1) Mails exchanged with atn of the
islands of the Presidency are to be regarded for all purposes as Inland
Mails.
(2) All imils originatingg in any such island other than Tortolf,
shall 1te f',rwv i.l' d tu the (General Posrt )ffice for onward transmission
1and no mail of al;ny kitnd shall be deslptched by a ranch Postnmster or a
Sub-Postmaster direct to any other destination.
15. EXTERNAL MAILS. The hour for closing mails shall be
fixed by the Postmaster.









16. WAY BILLS. The Postnmater shall furnish the master of
every ship by which mails are conveyed, or the agent ,if the 1lmster,
with a way bill specifying the numbers of bags of mails and their
destinations and shall obtain a receipt from such master or agent.
17. UNLAWFUL CONVEYANCE OF POSTAL PACKiTS. (1) No
person shall convey any postal packet to be posted on board aln ship.
(2) The master of a ship or any person under his control shall not
receive on board that ship while in any port of the Presidency, postal
packets other than those despatched through the Post Office.

18. GOVERNMENT LETTERS. (1) Government letters addressed
to British destinations, if duly franked, may he received unstanmped.
Such letters should not be posted in a letter box, but should be handed
in over the counter to a postal clerk, and the clerk receiving the same
shall satisfy himself as far as possible that the letters are Government
letters.
(2) Government letters addressed to foreign countries (except
letters on postal business) shall not be received unless tlev :re stamped
in the ordinary way. Such letters when duly stamped may be posted
in a letter box.

(3) Government parcels and Government air mail letters addressed
to any destination shall be stamped in the ordinary way.

(4) The responsibility for franking or stamping Govertnment letters
rests with the head of department from which the letter originates.

(5) Government letters from the Governor or Commissioner are to
be received irrespective of the ordinary hours.

(6) The heads of departments and others specified in Schedule B
hereto are entitled to frank Government letters as prescribedl therein.
Letters from certain departments approved by the (Governor or
Commissioner may be franked by means of a rubber stamp, subject
to the letter being initialled by some person employed in the
department and where the initials are known to the Postlmaster.
hn other cases the letters should be signed by the fr;inking officer.
The name of the department of origin when printed on an envelope
shall not be regarded as a frank unless authenticated by a signature
or initials of an authorised officer.
19. PRIVATE BOXES. (1) A private box into which letters
(and where practicable printed papers) on hand for the renter will
be sorted, to be fetched by him, may be rented at the General
Post Office.









(2) The charges for private boxes are payable in advance and
are as follows:-
For six months or less For one year or less
expiring 30 June expiring 31 De-
or 31 December cember next
next ensuing ensuing
For a large box $6.60 ... $10.00
For a small box .7G ... 1.37

(3) In the event of a key of a box being lost or mislaid the
renter shall be liable to pay for a new key, and for any alterations to
the lock necessary for security.

(4) When a private box is rented an amount of .2.40 in addition
to the rent of the box shall be deposited with the Postmaster by the
renter as a guarantee for the safe return of the key when the us~ ol'
the box is discontinued.
(5) Renters of private boxes are prohibited from using any key
except that regularly issued through the Post Office.

20. AIV M AILS. Letters to be forwarded by air mail shall he
marked By Air Mail" or Par Avion" and are transmitted vb
-air if the charges prepaid represent at least three quarters of the air
mail postage; but if they do not, the letter will be withheld from
the air mail and forwarded by ordinary means in which case the
inscription l;y Air Mail" or Par Avion" should be deleted by
two thick parallel lines.

21. AiR MtAIL POSTAGE. (1) There shall be charged and paid
on air mail postal packets and air mail parcels posted in the Presi-
dency, the rates of postage set forth in Schedule C hereto.

(2) The postage must be fully prepaid. Any postal packet or
parcel in respect of which the postage is i-ps. ffic.intli prepaid ii
bears 75;, or iore of the postage will be surchargedl \ itbl an. "';.iii
equivalent to double the deficiency and forwarded hL ani ni if t.
is indicated thereon that the packet *or parcel is intended for
conveyance by air.

22. SURFACE MAIL POSTAGE. (1) The prepaid rates of postage
on postal packets (other than parcels) and the special *;ate o,'m postage
in respect of insured boxes intended for transmission 'rom the
Presildency by surface mail shall be as sei forth in Schedule i) hereto.









(2) The prepaid rates of pnstane on parcels intended for
trainsission from the 1Presidency iv sr!pa'e nvmil and the limit t
weight and of insurance value Ih i'eof -IA ii ,e s set f irth i;'
SchedAulR E hereto.
(3) 'File charges to be e a for the mislceilllneois services
enumerated in Schedule F hereto shall he at the rates set forth in
the said Slchedule.
23. PoISTAL SIA rINE OY. (,) If postcards are sold at atny post
office, they shall i e sold at, the postage value represented by the
stamp impressed thereon.
(h) Hegistration envelopes impressed with a six cents staulp
shall he stocked hy' Postimasters in the following sizes, vin:-
Size F (about 51 x :U inlches)
Size ( (about 6 x 3 inches)
Size H2 (about 9 x in inches)
Size K (aiout 11'), x 6i inches)

They shall be sold at the following prices:-
Size F 7 cents each
Size G 8 cents each
Size 112 8 cents each
Size K 10 cents each
(c) If postal envelopes (otiier than registration envelopes) are
sold at any post office they shall be sold at the rate of one cent for
every three o:' less envelopes in addition to the postage value
represented by, the slampi impressed thereon.

(,/) Ibrossed lrint( or1 il iiprcssed post.g stamilps cuOi, O't Of
postal envelopes or p1 ;i cards issued hI) I1e p)-. olfii],'s oi the
Presidency mivy lie used as adhesive stamps in paynil oi' postage
charges pIro vided tliey are not illtmperecl ii uttiiliatd or dei'aced in
any nwayv tamps indticatinga the payment of a registration fe,- nmay;
lIe is,'l oniil for regi.steired corresip ndeliie.

\;-,\L ( : i; rs. ,l) British postal nrd rs shall be issued
i i.' '! o(der doiIce, and at sici oi her post odlices as
i, r i i: aw ,o O ii' ,;, 'ppoiiwtd I thcrel',' i ly e (,loinliissionler, by a
;n iiiic il iw I'i i I c i ll accordance with such rranl0 elenie ts as
Il Iy ii niLde witli the C'ostmasietr Geiieial of the i.United Kingdom.

2) he iWsile of p)o.tal orders in the Presidency shall he
:stiicted to tlh denominations set forth in Schedule G (a) hereto.









(3) Postage stamps inay be affixed to postal orders issued in tile
Presidency in extension of value as follows:-
(a) Postage stamps not. exceeding two in number and
M> cents in total value to orders s of denominanton up 10 and
including $ .Ls; and
(h) Postage stampsi, not exceeding three in number and
22 cents in total value to Orders of denominations above 91.0,;.
(4) ''he rates of poundage set forth in Sbcheduile (b) hereto
shall be payable on the several denominations of postal orders issued
in the Presidencv.
25. MlN K: (.),JKS. (1) The rates set forth iin Schedtle II
hereto shall be the rates of commiission on money orders is~ned ill
the Presidency.

(2) Money orders issued in the Presidenci for piaynent in
a'nada or the United States of America shall ,i d(Inwni in d(hllans,
and the amount. of British \est indlian clrrI'ncy (ti p .ied i, the
remitters of such orders shall Ie convelredi into dollars .1 suc(. rni
of exchange, as may le prescribed Iy the (o\ernor. and published in
the G;azett. or accordiny.i to '-uch tabhl or fi'trimiu as : iii e
prescribed and published as aforesaid.
(3) Money orders issued in 'anada or the Unled t.ite- dirv
in dollars shall ihe pau i in the Preh idenc\ in Briis 'WVet india n
currency converted at such rate aw maiy be prescribed byv lhe
Governor, and (iilliisheil in tie (rna-ele or according to such table
or formula as nay be prescribed and published as aforesaid:

Provided that where in pursuance of any arrangement betwnen
the postal administration of the Presidency or Colony and the po-t:al
administration of the country concerned. Til enuivni,,!- ila 'itishi
\\est indiall currency o uS 11' M y Od e ;N Kii .' Aisl ra,-
tion of oriaihn. Such equivalent in ritish "\est dian curonc shall
he paii as is indicated on the f 'e of ti o'rd'r )y tlie o ''i;e '
of the administration of origin- ofr ccorduill t!) Ic iil a!!;'!. ;ii ,n ..'
shall he furnished by the aduunitistlra, tion of ,1... : ii ... iial il
thereof as the governor r inya jreserie.
(4) The Postmaster ,' h i (,.-i .. ... ,i iin el
constantly iltfor'Imdc of lthe 'ca' uIx :a es ior i.unyj-g or sellingg
bills of exelsci op'e e\j)ress-ed ii dc ';is unii\ or p(iyaibl in Canada
and the [,i(ited as (espoci !-dy, aud shall aiplyd the rates of
'cl e(rsio-'_ as nav he prescrit id f ironi tie to rimle or according to
such instructions as he may receive.









(5) The Postmaster shall issue the necessary instructions for
the conversion of money orders drawn in dollars to the Branch Post
Offices or other money order offiCes under his control.
(6) A notice shall le exhibited in every money order office
stating, for the iiiormation of the public, tle rates of conversion
in respect of money orders drawn in dollars.

(7) To facilitate examination lby tiht Principal Auditor, the
Postmaster or person isuini a ioney order payable in the countries
named shall note on the form of retuisiiion for the moneY order
the current bank rates for bills of excianuge as aforesaid.

(8) In this liule the expression -" United States of America'"
or United States includes the following possessions of thle I(nited
States, viz: Alaska, Canal Zone. Hawaii. Puerto i ico. Samoa, and
the Virgin Islands of the United States.

26. POWER TO SUSP;NI) [ssI;;s. In the event of sudden
fluctuations in the banking rate ol exchange which might involve
loss to the postal administration in the settlement of postal order or
money order transactions with other postal admin istrations, the
Commissioner shall have power to suspend the issue in the Presi-
dency of postal orders' or money orders on any territory pending
the making of a rule h1 the governorr in Council prescribing a new
rate.

27. REPLY-PAID Pos'MCAnH Reply-paid postcards shall not
be issued in the Presidency. Tlihe reply halves of reply-paid postcards
issue by other postal adininstrations shall be accepted subject to
the regulations of tlie Universal Postal Inioi.

28. REPLY Coi)PoN. i'eply coupons shall not1 be issued in the
Presidency. Reply coupons issued in othlr countries of the Universal
Postal UInion shall be excliiiangie:dtl at ;uIn money o, er oleie in the
Presidency for stamps valmu d as follows:-
International Coupons S cents
Cormmonwealt.h IlReply Coupons 5i cents

,t. )t .,si,.,,, I' .i A PA. CI:'S. (1) Thle maxim um
dimensions of lettcn., printed papers, commercial papers, papers
iminr ss d for the uiis of the blind, samples of merchandise and small
i .is ,'al:l be ;i, !loi!ow.s:-

Letngt, irerathl ait depth combined, feet, but greatest
dinimnsion must not exceed 2 feet.








If in the form of a roll; length and twice the diameter 3 feet 3
ins., but the greatest! dimension must not exceed 2 fc.(,t 8 ins.
(2) The dimensions of postcards shall be as follows:-
Minimum. 4 inches in length by 2 : inches in wi dth.
Maximum. 5 i ches in length bh 4 inches ii width.
(3) Printed papers sent unenclosed in the form of cnirds, whether
folded or tirt, shall be siuject to the same minimum diwnsioni s s l
postcards.
(4) The maximumnn dimensions of parcels shall bhe as follows:-
The length, breadth or Iepth shall not Pxcei 3 't, ,' imcles,
and the length and girth combined shal! t oi exceed 6 t'fct.
(5) The limits of weight of postal pack.:ts and paarcel stharll be as
follows:-
(a) Letters and commercial papers, 4lb: printed paperr., 6tb:
Provided that the limit of weight for a printed volume sent singly
shall be 11 t).
(b) Papers in>mpresed for the use of the blind, 15 t,.

(c) Samples:
(1) to British destinations, 5 1b.
(Z) to other destinations, 1 lh.
(d) Small packets: 2 lb.
(e) Parcels: 22 il) or such lesser lirmit :is imay be fipplicible
to the postal administrations of destination.
30. CTARGRABLE PACKEx'rs. Any postal packet whichl in the
opinion of the Postmaster nmay co, mil a;iny dutiable articles, or mo which
the postage is insufficiently pre'paid. shall k-, withheld f'r,m delivery
until the necessary charges have been paid.
31. NOTICE TO ADDRESSES S O Pof. Is',s Al 'E's. .\ liic- shall
be addressed as soon as possible, aftci thC receipt ,of the mails to the
addressee of ani postal packet, registeredI lIetier or iiconlin g pa:cel
withheld from delivery.
32. C(Usos )ECLArxATIO N ON OrTGUO!NG PARC'LS. Every
parcel to be sent outside the Presidency shall bea a customs declaration
in the prescribed form setting out clearly the name and addres-, of the
sender, the office of origin, the contents of the paircc aind the vlliue
thereof.










(a) letters: their postage and fixed registration fee applicable to
a registered letter of the same weight and for tthe samIe destination.
(b) boxes: the special postage fee specified in paragraph 8 of
Schedule 1) heretI, and in addition, the fixed registration fee.
(c) parcels: the postage applicable to ia ordinary parcel of the
same weight and for the same destination.
(4) Insured boxes shall not exceed two pounds in weight, nor
exceed 12 inches in length, S iniclies in breadth or 4 inches in depth.

(5) An insured box addressed to the Presidency or sent in transit
through the Presidency shall ib accompanied bh a customs declaration in
the form prescribed. An inisred box psted iln the P'residency shall be
accompanied by a customs declaration in the Lorhi prescribed and of the
number required by the country of destination.

(6) Rules 36 to 3t inclusive of these Hules and Regulations shall
not affect the procedure governing the exchange of insured letters,
boxes and parcels.
42. CONVENTION o,, IRUSSKLS. The I universal Postal Conven-
tion and the Agreement concerning insured Letters and Boxes
signed at IHrussels on the I 1il day of Ji liy, 1952, so far as the same
are applicable to the Colony, shall continue to have full force and
effect in the Presidency
43. INio)FNITIES IN li'SPEi'T oF UNINSUHII.I) PARCELS. (1) If
any uninsured parcel whiii[ ndcr ri6w (,imr).ol oi (iir, (ic 'nral Post ()fice
be lost or damaged the Postmaster may pay to : iv prsoi(i or persons
who may in the opinion of the Postmaster esi a'llhs a reasonable claim to
compensation (having regard to the nature of the articles, the care with
which it was packed, and other circumnstimnies such sum not exceeding
$7.68 for a parcel exceediic,' eleven pi,,und in nv-wigl' or S4.80 for a
parcel not exceeding eevc:i pounds in w'vigyi, "~:- in lw i think just.

(2) In ,io case wi ,i inpensar no be giv &e hen such loss or damage
:iris'i- ft'rol a ii uit "e : :t i;. m th nature of the
(c)nte! s, or ,',' re fto I .i .i Itd ior 1 I C in ,',ns eilenct of
tlhe loss ofl official doci m eic- 'oi :, .ii a i.e.

(3) When .t cannmlit ',e iet'emii.i whVlere th<- 'oss (, damage
occurred, comperl atio :-hall be bhrne equallyv !b tie despatching and
receiving administrations.
44. I Ni):;M IT I s i s'IEs OI'PT N,E S it'Ri 1 A\ UICLES. The
maximmin 0i> t 'or lt '- I is articri or for the loss of
the contents of it regisired lett', iih re a; !ablie, is $13.92.









45. GRATUITIES FOR SEA CA 'IAGIO '1 'P1' It:riit is payable
to owners, Um sters or .gents ,f shil; ,\ I mila, in iin6ii' transit
mails, (olhr' than ships u! 'ntra, in. s"' whi is n subsidy
is paid or in retect of which other u. n'i ou'i n xiisir t for t \ conveyance
of mails) shall irnot exe.e! !I- o n t ''ed! iis chfJdule I hi r'to.

(2) The rates hercely authorized are in reispe ct of the net weights
of correspondence and parcel's, that is to say. t hi actual net weight
of the postal packets or-parcels where easily vscertA;inahle; but where
the net weight is not easily asce'lrtaiIS i'a l tihe gro.- weight. less ten
per cent of the same. shall be deemed to be the neit weight.
4t. AcOUN'rs. The 1Postmnast'* shall render promptly to the
postal administrations or departin'iit c'l onc'rii'med ;i e accounts, ret irns
and statements (die to li re nder d, i a.ndl tlhe sevt'ral ranch Post-
masters and Sub-Postmasters shall ke,' squeli accoulnts and shall render
such returns as the Postmaster may r' tquime.

47. STA'TSTTCS. (1) Once in each year froln the first to the
fourteenth day of Novemlber inclusiive or at stch other period as
may be prescriwbd a strict necount shall 1b kep t fo)r -Hsatistical purposes
of the number despatclhed in the inland mails if each group of
postal packets, as follows:-

(a) letters, (b) postcards, (r) printed papers, commercial
papers and samples, (t4) small packets. (/) blind literature,
(/') external parcels, (j/) inland parcels. iiegistered articles
are to be included in the group to which they belong.

(2) During the statistical period special letter bills will be used,
on which the necessary particulars will lie entered: the number of
postal packets (other than external iarce(ls) thus i.scertained will be
multiplied by 26, and the resulting figures will be regarded as tlhe
approximate number of postal packets despatch ed during the year
for statistical purposes.

(3) Similar records will be kept in the Gren :n! Post office e in
respect of external mails:
Provided that in the case ol' external parcels lte precis-' numbers
are to he recorded ;und entered in the retinys.

(4) \here statistics are recorded in any year in accordance with
the internationall IPostal Con v'etio: i \\il! int be necessary to
observe a special statistical period !')ior colonit l purposes in respect of
external mails, and the statistics recorded for international purposes
will be used for the purpose of official returns.










16

SCHEDULE C. (Cono'd)


Cotintiy' of Destination


Letters
ppr
Soz.


West Indies etc.---(cont'd)


Dominica .
Dominican Republic ...
Dutch Guiana ...
Ecuador .
El Salvador..
French Guiaa ...
Greniada
Guadeloupe ...
Guatemala ...
Haiti ...
Jamaica (including
Turks and Caicos
Islands and
C('ayman Islands ...
Martinique .n
Mexico
Montserrat ..
Nicaragua ...
Panama and
Canal Zone
Peru
Puerto Rico
St. Croix
St. litts
St. Lucia
St. Martin
St. Vincelnt
Surinam ...
'riniidad
Toao ...
I'nited States
Uruguay
Venezuela

Great Britain and Beyond
Aden ...
Algeria
Australia
Azores
Belgian Congo
Brunei
Rurmai
Catinll ro(l ...
Canary Is.
Ceylon
China


Post Air Prin ted
cards Letters papers
etc. &
small
packets
per j oz.
(. c. c.

5 6 I;
7 3
7 6

9 7
t; t; 5
6 6
9 12
6 7 7


6 6
-- 6

6; 5
-f


Air
Parcels
per 3 lb.



$ c.

25
27




22
25








17

SCHEDULE C--(cont'd)
Printed
papers
Letters Post Air rtc. & A ir
Country of Deltination per tcts Ltllr. mll Pareli
C Ci!lds Letl( s I
Sor, 1pac'et,. per a i/,.
Aebr e br.
Great Britain and beyond- (,to, d)
Cents. Cents. Cents. Cents. $ c.
Cook Islands ... 76 38 12 -
Cyprus ... 5S 29 12 -
Egypt ... 58 29 12 -
Ethopia ... 58 29 12 -
Europo ... 46 23 12 26 -
Falkland Is. ... 70 35 12 -
Fiji Is.... 76 38 12 -
Fr. West African
Territories ... 70 35 12 -
Gambia ... 70 35 12 -
Gilbert a. Ellice Is. ... 76 38 12 -
Gol Coast ... 70 35 12 -
Great Britain ... 40 20 12 15 2.35
Hawaii ... 70 35 12 -
Hong Kong ... 70 35 12 -
India ... 70 35 12 -
Indonesia ... 70 35 12 -
Iran .. 58 2 12 --
Iraq ... 58 23 12 -
Israel ... 58 29 12 -
Japan ... 76 38 12 -
Kenva ... 70 35 12 -
Korea ... 76 38 12 -
Lebanon ... 5S 29 12 -
Liberia ... 70 35 12 -
Madagascar ... 70 35 12 -
Madeira ... 48 23 12 -
Malaya ... 70 35 12 -
Mauritius ... 70 35 12 -
Morocco ... 58 2 12 -
New Guinea ... 7; 38 12 -
New Zealand ... 76 3 12 -
Nigeria ... 70 35 1 -
North Borneo ... 70 35 12 -
Northern Rhodesia ... 70 35 12 -
Pakistan ... 70 35 12 -
Philippines ... 76 38 12 -
Pitcairn Is. ... 7 38 12 -
Portuguese E. and
W. Africa ... 70 35 12 -
St. Helena ... 70 35 12 -
Saudi Arabia ... 58 29 12
Senegal ... 70 35 12 -
Seychelles ... 70 35 12
Sierra Leone ... 70 15 12 -








4'


SCHEDULE C-(cont'd).


Cout/ry of lDe.4ination


Prin t('d

/Tr. Post Air eh) ,(-

0o-. licn'kets
fper w o .
c. c. C. c.


Singapore
Solomon Is.
Sonmaliland
South Africa
Southern Rhodesia
Sudan
Syria
Tanganyika Territory
Thailand
Tibet
Tonga
Tripolitania
Uganda
Zanzibar


SCHEDULE D.


(Rule 22 (1) & 41 (3))


Surface Mail Postage Rates on Postal Packets other than Parcels.

1. LETTERS AND POSTCARDS

(1) To any place in the Presidency

Letters


For every two ounces or fraction thereof

Postcards


.. 2c.

... c.


(2) To any place beyond the Presidency but within the Colony:-

Letters


For every two ounces or fraction thereof

Posia 'cls


... 3c.

.. 2c.


(3) To Greal Brita n and Ireland, India, Pakistan. British Dominions, Colo-
nies or Protector tts, Mandated Territories (except Tran'l' -.Jordani), Her M\laj-sty's
Ships in Home or Foreign waters, Egypt, and the British Post Oflice at Tangiers:-
Letters


Not exceeding one ounce

For every additional ounce or fraction thereof


... 4c.


Lre
pi
(











Postcards ... 4.

(4) To all other places

Letters

Not exceeding one ounce ... Sc.

For every additional ounce or fraction thereof ... c.

Poa1ords ... 5c.

2. NEWSPAPERS AND ELECTIONEERING (IRCTLA IS

(1) Newspapers published and registeredI in th. Colony ;iid electioneerin"'
circulars in conn('Iion with public elections:-

(a) To any place in the Presidency:-

For any copy not exceeding 4 ozs. in weight ... ec.

For ever additional 4 ozs. or fraction thereof ... c.

(b) To any place beyond the Presidency but within the
Colony:-

For every copy not exceeding 4 ozs in weight ... lc.

For e-\ ry additional 4 ozs. or fraction thereof ... lIc.
The rate shall hbt a rat- fur each copy, and if two or more erpies are sent in :
single packet, each copy shall be liable to the same postage as i iif Isted s lpanitely.
Provided that in no case shall a copy or a packet of such copies Ie ucharieLnabl with
a higher rite than that ciharigetdle on a printed pap"r of the sam( weight.

(c) To all other p)laces--thli s;inm as for printed papern.

(2) Other Newspapers-The rate shall he the same aa that for printed papers.

3. PRINTED PAPERS AND COMMERCIAL PAPERS. Printed papers to
all places:-

For every two ounces or fraction thereof ... 2c,

Commercial Papers to all places:-

Not exceedlinl eiht ,onics c

For every two ounces t iltereafter or fraction thereof ... 2r,

4. SAMPLES.

To all places:-

Nol exceoiihi, omir Qnh.nce' ... 4e.

For etver t wo otimucxe therealteu or friction thereof ... 2c.












5. SMALL PACKETS.

To all places to which the service applies:-

Not exceeding ten ounces ... ;1c.

For every two ounces thereafter or fraction thereof ... 3c.

6. BINI) ,ITERATURE. Packets containing papers impressed for use of the
lind!:-

To all places Free

7. INSURANCE FEES.

Not exceeding $96 insured value ... 16'.

8. INSURED BOXES.

Special rate of postage to all places to which the service applies:-

Not exceeding ten ounces ... 30c.

For every two ounces thereafter or fraction thereof ... 6c.

(in iatition to the insurance fee and registration fee.)












SCHEDULE E


(Rule 22 (2) )


SURFACE MAIL 'OSTA(GE RATES ON PARCELS


Country of Destination ;:1l Hoidte




Within the Prosidellnc (ir between
Presidenclis
Bahanmas via Berlinula
HIarlIados
Bermuda
British Guimna
( Calmada
Grenaida
St. Lucia
St. Vincent
Curacao. Aruha, Binaire. Saba,
St. Eustatins. St. Martin, and
St. Ba thls ta St. Kitts
S T'rintidad and Tol)ba.o
Jamaica, A ruba. Bolaire and (''aciao
ria 'T'riiilad (I usurance Jamaica'
S only)
Jamaica a Bvia lerinida
Great Britain:-
Dirpct
F'ii Canadai
., I.S.A.
., B.rih:l,, m1 Trinidadl
Gtadeloullp
TT.S.A. nd '. r Virgin Islandai
[.S. ',,.> i, ', U'.S.A .\ A);l k ,,
Canal Zone. (rGam, Havtana,
Philipline-, Pueirto Rico anil

Dutcl Guiana via British Guiana
Martinique via St. Lucia
H.M. Ships in foreign waters via
Londlln.


Prepaid Rahts not excepdille
P'r
Slb) add. 3 lb 71l 11 h2211)
lb


-
(; c
c
--
---
C = "
h


$ c.$ c.$ c.$ c $ c.$ ,. Ihs. S.


30 18



42 36


.12
24
24
24
24
48
24
24
24


24
24


72 1.2(
72 1.2C


36 354 72 1.2f
24 48 72 1.2C

fit 90 1.20: 1.7(
.0! 1.802 2.461 3..9f
.201 1.90 3.56 (;..i(3
72 1,24 1.56, 2.:
24 48 72





42 7, 1.20 2.22
4,i! 90' 1.26 2.22

CI0 1.20 1.74i 3.01


96.00

96.00
96.00
96.00
96.00
96.00
(;.00


22, 96.00
52, 9i.( >


*22 9;.00
22 .(.0(0


96.00
96.00



96.00


"Parcels to Jamaica vin Trinidad-Limit fof weight 111b.


4


I










SCHEDULE F.

Charges for Miscellaneous Services


(Rule 22 (3) )


For the following services applicable to postal packets for all places:-

cents
Registration Fee 6
Advice of Delivery of Registered Postal Packet 10
Enquiry as to alleged loss or non-delivery of Postal Packet 12
Certificate of posting of an unregistered Postal Packet 1
Undertaking to pay customs and other charges on a parcel 12
Cash on delivery service Posting fee on each Parcel 4
Delivery fee on each Parcel 8
Minimum surcharge in respect of non-payment or insuffi-
cient prepayment of postage 1


SCHEDULE G

Postal Orders


(Rule 24)


(a) DENOMINATIONS

12c, 24c, 3(;c, 48o, (0c, 72c, 96c, $1.20,
$3.60, $4.80 and $9.60.
(b) RATES OF POUNDAGE


Amount of Order

Value 12c. to 24c.
S36c. ,, $1.20
,, $1.44 ,, $2.40
$2.64 ,, $5.02
,, $9.60


SCHEDULE H


$1.68, $1.80, $2.40, $3,


(Rule 25 (1))


Money Orders-Rates of Commission
PART (1) ORDERS DRA\VN IN N'I'EILING


Payable in the Presidency


Payab',1 in other countries with which
Money Orders are exchanged direct


2c. for each 1 or fraction
thereof, with a minimum
charge of Fic.

Ic. for coach 1 or fraction
thereof, with a minimum
charge of 8c.


PART (2) ORDERS DRAWN IN UNITED STATES D'LLARP
For every two dollars or fraction thereof 2c.


_ S


Total Poundage payable
cents
3








23

SCHEDULE I.


Gratuities for Sea Carriage

C7rontry to which frippedlJ A) /ic/ls


Other Presidencies in the
Leeward Islands

U.S. Virgin Islands

Fr(ench West Indies, Dutch
West Indies

Other Conntrins


Letters

Other Postal
Packets

Pa rcels

Letters

Other Postal
Packets
Parcels


Per t1 not weight 17e.


2c.

2c

51c



,, ,, ,, 7c.


ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printinig Office, Leeward Islarus,
by E. T. BLACKMAN, Governnicr,t Printer.-B-yAuthority,
1955.
62/00056--480-2.55. [Price 25 cents]


(Rule 45)











LEEWARD ISLANDS.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT.



STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1955, No. 7.


The Stamps (Invalidation) Order, 1955, dated February 8,
1955, made by the Governor in Council under
sections 4 and 5 of the Stamp Act (Cap. 135) as
amended.


1. Short Title. This Order may le cited as the Stamps
(In validation) Order, 1955.

2. Invalidation of Stamps. The stamps originally authorized
for use by and under the Order in Council set forth in the Schedule to
this Order, and the continued use whereof was authorized by the
Stamps (Continuance of Use) Order, 1953 (S.R. & 0. 1953, No. 21) shall,
as from the 15th day of August, 1955, no longer be valid for the pay-
ment of postage or stamp duties:
Provided that any person who is in possession of any such stamps
may, at any time between the 15th day of August, 1955, and the 14th
day of Novemlber, 1955, apply--
(a) in respect of a Leeward islandss stamp, to any Post Office
in the Colony: and
(b) iln respect of a Presidential stamp, to any Post Office in
the Presidency of issue,

to have such stamps exchanged for and replaced Iby a valid stamp or
valid stamps of equal value.

Made by the Go)vernor in Council this Sth day of February, 1955.

A. E. PENN,
Clerk of the Council.

SCHEDULE.

Tlhe Stamps (Tlniversal Postal Union) Order, 1949 (S.R. & 0.
1949 No. 37)


ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BLACKMAN, Government Printer.- -Ty Authority.
1955.


62/000009-48(0-2.5.5.


L112-ice 3 centgs.j




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