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THE LEEWARD


GAZETTE


VOL. LXXXII.


- V


jOuNA isbeb bp 21utbonty.


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 Councils, Departmental Reports, etc., etc.


PART II
STATUTES


ACTS of the Leeward Islands


IMPERIAL Legislation
ORDINANCES of Antigua-
St. Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla
Montserrat
Virgin Islands
SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION-
Proclamations, etc.




PART III
ADVERTISEMENTS, Financial Returns, Notices, Trade Marks, etc. etc.


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ANTIGUA.
Fiinted at the Government Printing Office. Leeward Islands, by E. M. BLACKMAN,
Government Printer-By Authority.
1966.
[Price $."-...' without Le/islation.]


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- 1954.


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INDEX TO THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


[VOL. LXXXII, 1954.


INDEX

PART I, 1954.




APPOINTMENTS, ETC.


Abbott, N. R.
Alfred, 1H.
Alfonso, L. N.
Allen, Miss C.M.E.
Ambrose, H.
Armstrong, J.
Arthurton, Miss E.
Athill, S. L., I.S.O., M.B.E. 7;
Attlee, Dr. B. K.

B.
Barnard, C.
Barzey, R. R.
Beazer, B.
Beazer, S.
Beckwith, Hon. P. W. 53, 61
Benjamin, Miss M.
Berridge, N. A. 103, 15;
Blackburne, H. E. Sir K. W.,
K.C.M.G., O.B.E.
Blackott, A. W.
Blanchard, E. H.
Blake, B. A.
Bramble, Miss M. E.
Branch, Lieut. Colonel, J. R. A.
M.B.E., E.D.
Brookes, H. S.
Brown, C. W. R.
Brown, H. P. 0.
Browne, A. S.
Bryon, R. S.


Caines, A. A.
Carty, G. E.
Cassell, K.
Christian, Hon.
Clarke, F. A.
Corbett, P.
Creque, H. O.


0.



S. T., O.B.E.


178


D.
Daniel, D. E.
Date. Hon. Mr. Justice, W. A.
Davis, Miss C.
De Freitas, D.
De Freitas, M.
Dickson, Miss I. R.


Edwards, A. R.
Edwards, C.
Edwards, V.
Elwin, J. H.
Evelyn, E. A., I.S.O.

F.
Fonseca, Hon. I. G.
Francis, Miss B.
Francis, Miss H.
Francis I.
Francis, J.
Francis, W. C.


229
163
195
157
47
151.
229
3, 137
151


163
125
207
207
1, 131
219
1, 163

167
103
103
195
157


Gardener, D. 47
George, Miss G. 219
George, McC 47
Georges, C. E. 47
Georges, Hon. J. O., M.B.E. 15
Gordon, Hon. Mr. Justice, K. L. 99
Gordon, Hon. R. J. 107
Gore, L. 47
Green, E. 151, 163


H.
Hallpike, Miss M.
Hamilton, J.
Harrigan, N. E. A. 167, 1
Harris, L.
Henry, E. T.
Hill, A. A. M.
Hill, E.
Hill, K.
Ho. oG.
Hodge, P.
Hopkins, Miss I
Howard, Lieut. Colonel
The Honourable H. A. C.
Hurst, D. K.


79
107 J.
63 Jackson, Sir Donald
109 James, A. C. E.
83 James, E. L. S.
219 James, Lieut. Colonel E. M.
James, Miss Y.
Jardine, Miss C.
61 Jarvis, A. C. E.
207 Jeffery, H.
79 Jeffers, A. B.
213 Jones, Dr. W. B. R., M.B.E.
163 Joseph, E.
79 Joseph, Miss G.
i, 195 Joseph, Miss J.
Joseph, Dr. W. T.
Joshua, D. L.


163
157
195
73, 163
219
107


15
75,125
219
47
47
151


1

V.


2


Kirwan, Miss E.
Knight, Miss S.
Kelsick, C. A.
Kelsick, R. E.
Kelsick, T. H.
Kelsick, W. A.
King, C.
Kirnon, H. E.
Kirnon, K.


La Barrie, G. V.
Lambert, Dr. M. A.
Lennox-Boyd, Rt. Hon.
A.T., P.C., M.P.
Lett, Miss R.
Lewis, A.
Locker, W.
Lockhart, Hon. R. H.
Louisy, Hon.


207,


193,


A. F. L. 20, 73, 151, 193,


219
103
78, 195
5
47
61
219
219
47
61
151

59
213


185
95,213
129
61,245
219
199
07,213
47
157
99
163
219
163
15
129


Macdonald, Hon. P.D., C.M.G 9, 19,
61, 63, 95. 139, 177, 185, 195, 199,
215, 229


Mack, J.
Matthew, E.
McDonald, Dr. A. P.
McDonald, J. R. A., M.B.E.
McNarnara, D.
Meade, A. R. C. 61
Meade, C. N.
Meade, J. P.
MeRde, W. J.
Messiah. J.
Meyers, Miss M. E.
Morgan, S.
Morrisey, A.
Mosely, H. L. S. 157
Mulcare, I.


Nanton, D.

Oliver, Miss J.
O'Mard, J.


47
207
95
1
229
, 185. 245
195
79
207
163
163
21A
9
, 163, 245
79

61


P.
Penn. Hon. H. R., M.B.E.
Penn, W. B.
Perks, Dr. R. H. G.
Pestaina, E. 0.
Philbert, F. X.
Philbert, H.
Piper, J.
Prince, J.
Punter, G.


Quin, J.
R.
Renwick, J. D. B. 47,
Richards, L. C.
Richardson, Miss I.
Riley, P. R.
Roach, D.
Roberts, A.
Romeo, N,
Ryan, C. Me. A
Ryan, Hon. P. E.


85 Samuel, C. St. A.
219 Samuel, D.
235 Sebastian, J.
63 Scott, S. H.
Selkridge, O.
Sheppard, G.
103 Sheriff, S. L.
95 Shirley, Miss G.
Simon, Mrs. B.
145 Simon, F. A.
219 Simon T.
163 Simpson, W.
47 Spencer, E.
195 Sterling, Miss F.
Stevens, C. Mc. A.
215 Swift, Miss M.


219

73,157,163, 177
219
157
47,125
79
163
163
177
145


163
109
219
195
113
103
125
195
131
163
163
163
47
219
63, 73
151, 163


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INDEX TO THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


PART I, 1954-(cont'd)


T.

Taylor, Miss I.
Thibou, C.
Thibou, G. A.
Thompson, Hon. E. A.
Todman, Mc. W. 15, 167.
Tolson, Major, R. G. S.
Tomlinson, Miss C.
Tonge, Miss E.
Tonge, E. T.
Tuitt, Miss A. J. V.


Vanterpool, Miss A.

W.
Wall, W. E. L.
Walter, C.
Walters, C.
Walwyn, Hon. W. E. L.
Watkins, C.
Wayne, His Honour R. St. J. O.
Wheatley, W.


White, P. E.
195 White, Mrs. S.
Wigley, J. L.
Wilkin, Miss A. 89,
85 William, Miss I.
219 Williams, D. E.
103 Williams, G.
145 Williams, Mrs. I.
163 Willock, A.
9, 63 Winter, P.
195 Wooding, Hon. Mr. Justice, Q.C.


PART II, 1954.


STATUTES
Ass
Pa
Leeward Islands Acts

10 of 1953. Interpretation of Laws
(Amendment)
11 ,, Delegation of Powers
(Amendment)
20 Pensions (Increase)
1 of 1954. Infant Protection (Repeal)
2 ,, Leeward Islands Scholarship
(Amendment)
3 ,, Larceny (Amendment)
4 ,, Interpretation of Laws
(Amendment)
5 ,, Immigration and Passport
(Amendment)
6 ,, Prtdial Larceny (Amendment)
7 ,, Agricultural Small Holdings
(Amendment)
8 ,, Medical (Amendment)
9 ,, Title by Registration
(Amendment)
10 ,, Appropriation
11 ,, Currency (Amendment)
12 ,, Virgin Islands (Commissioner
of the Supreme Court)
Validation
13 ,, Magistrate's Code of Procedure
(Amendment)
14 ,, Forgery
15 ,, Evidence (Amendment)
16 Travelling and Subsistence
(Repeal)
17 ,, Dangerous Drugs
(Amendment)
18 ,, Telecommunications
(Amendment)
19 ,, Public Holidays
20 ,, Small Tenements (Amendment)
21 ,, Supplementary Appropria-
tion (1952)
ORDINANCES

Antigua

20 of 1952. United States Bases (Agreement)
7 of 1953. Supplementary Appropria-
tion (1952)
8 ,, Treasury Reorganisation
9 ,, Harbours and Roadsteads
(Amendment)
11 ,, Fire Brigades
12 ,, Slum Clearance and Housing
(Amendment)
13 ,, Industrial Development
14 ,, Land Settlement and Develop-
ment Board (Repeal)
15 ,, Small Farmers Cultivation and
Haulage Service (Repeal)


ent All'ce
ge. Page.


Assent All'ce
Page. Page.


ORDINANCE-(cont'd)

47 16 ,, Interpretation of Laws
(Amendment) 6
47 17 ,, Electricity, Ice and Cold
85 Storage (Amendment) 6
15 103 18 ,, Water Courses and Water Works
(Abolition of Water Board) 6
15 75 1 of 1954. Appropriation 47
15 103 2 ,, Minerals (Vesting)
(Amendment) 137
15 83 ,, Denominational School
Teachers (Amendment) 137
15 103 4 Cinematographs (General
15 103 Legislature Competency)
(Revocation of Declaration
15 75 and Repeal) 137
15 103 5 Petroleum (Amendment) 137
6 ,, Development (Telephone)
15 75 Loan 157
15 75 8 ,, Acquisition of Antigua
213 Syndicate Estates Tenantry
Areas Loan (Amendment) 215
9 ,, Development (Villa Housing)
217 Loan 215
10 ,, Development (Cotton
204 Ginnery & Electricity
213 Loan) (Amendment) 215
213 11 Legislative Council
(Extension of Duration) 215
213 12 ,, Cotton Export 215
13 ,, Antigua Constitution
213 & Elections (Amendment) 217
14 ,, Nurses Registration 223


61


251
124

61

91


MIo'nserrat

1 of 1954. Cinematographs (General Legisla-
ture Competency) (Repeal)
2 ,, Supplementary Appropriation
(1952)
3 ,, Appropriation
4 ,, General Local Loan
5 ,, Labour (Amendment)
6 ,, Board of Health (Amendment)
7 ,, Interpretation of Laws
(Amendment) 1
9 ,, Montserrat Constitution
and Elections (Amend-
ment) 1953 1
10 ,, Cotton Export Duty
(Amendment) 1i
11 ,, Hotels Aid 11
13 ,, General Local Loan
(Amendment) 21
14 ,, Central Library 2y
15 ,, Animals (Diseases
& Importation) 2


20 83

20 124
53 125
53
63 131
63 131

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INDEX TO THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


[VoL. LXXX1I, 1954.


PART II, 1954-(cont'd)


ORDINANCE-(oont'd)
St. Kitts- Nevis-Anguilla


Asse
Pag


953. Trade & Revenue (Amendment)
,, Land & House Tax (Amendment)
,, Supplementary Appropri-
ation (1952)
.954. Animals (Diseases &
Importation)
,, Appropriation (1954) 1953
,, Cinematogiaphs (General
Legislature Competency)
(Revocation of Declaration
and Repeal)
,, Interpretation of Laws
(Amendment)
Piej. Tlr e / (Am\ -ndr-mv e t)


,9
,, Aeriroimes
,, Electricity, Ice and Cold
Storage,
,, Defence Force
,, Mine als (Vesting)
,, Electricily, Ice & Cold Storage
(Amendment) No. 2
,, Building (Amendment)
,, Numbering of Houses
,, Fruit Trees (Destruction
Prohibition)
,, Firearms (Amendment)
,, Rent Restriction
,, Nevis Public Library
(Amendment)
,, Passengers (Amendment)
,, Building Lots (Provision of
Amenities) (Amendment)
,, Crown Agents (Change
of Title)


,nt All'ce
ge Page
195
95

91

157
59 124



59

59 215
59 125
59 139

59 204


Virgin Islands

7 of 1952. District Councils
5 of 1953. Income Tax (Amendment)
10 ,, Encouragement of Industries
11 ,, Midwifery
12 ,, Customs Surcharge
1 of 1954. Denominational School Teachers
Pension (Amendment)
2 ,, Supplementary Appropriation
(1952)
3 ,, Crown Proceedings (General
Legislature Competency)
4 ,, Customs Duties (Amendment)
5 ,, Appropriation
7 ,, Constitution & Elections 1
9 ,, Motor Vehicles 1
10 ,, Legislative Council (Extension
of Duration) Repeal 2
1i ,, Labour (Amendment) 2


SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

General Government

3 of 1954. Stamps (Leeward Islands) Order
6 ,, Efficiency Decoration and Efficiency
Medal (Amendment) Regulations
9 ,, Consular Conventions (Kingdom
of Greece Order)
10 ,, Consular Conventions (French Republic)
11 ,, Telecommunications (Amend-
ment) Rules
12 ,, Pensions (Amendment) Regulations
13 ,, Delegation to the Person for the time
being holding the office of Com-
missioner of the Presidency of
the Virgin Islands of certain
Statutory Powers and Duties


SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION-(cont'd)

General Government


16

17

18
19

20
21
22


41J 28
61 34
195
35
151 36
36


46

50

51

9 52


Page.


4 of 1
5
6

1 of 1

2
3


4.

5
6
7

8
9
10

11
12
13

14
15
16

17
18

19


,, Travelling and Subsistence Allowances
(Amendment) Regulations 95
,, Virgin Islands Education (Amendment)
Rules 95
,, Public Officers (Discipline)
(Revocation) Regulations 103
,, Prison (Amendment) Rules and
regulations 103
,, Antigua Jurors (Allowances) Rules 103
,, St. Christopher Jurors (Allowances)
Rules 103
,, Nevis Jurors (Allowances) Rules 103
,, Virgin Islands Jurors (Allowances) Rules 103
,, Proclamation dated 4th June, 1954,
bringing into operation the Inter-
pretation of Laws (Amendment)
Act, 1953;, (No. 10 of 1953) 113
S Proclamation dated 4th June, 1954,
bringing into operation the Delega-
tion of Powers (Amendment) Act,
1953 (No. 11 of 1953) 113
Proclamation dated 8th June, 1954,
bringing into operation the Lee-
ward Islands Letters Patent, 1953 113
Colonial Air Navigation (use of Mont-
sorrat Government Aerodrome)
(Amendment) Notification 124
Delegation to the person for the time
being holding the office of the
Administrator of the Presidency
of Antigua of certain Statutory
Powers and Duties 124
,, Delegation to the Person for the
time being holding the office of
Administrator of the Presidency
of St. Christopher-Nevis-Anguil-
]a of certain Statutory Powers
and Duties 124
,, Air Navigation (Ridio) Regulations 137
,, Antigua Postal Service
Rules & Regulations 163
,, Leeward Islands Scholarship Rules 168
,, Colonial Lunatic Asylum
(Maintenance) Regulations 168
,, Montserrat Postal Service
Rules & Regulations 204
,, Montserrat Jurors (Allowances)
(Amendment) Rules 204
,, Stamp (St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla)
(No. 2) Order 217
,, Currency (Notes) (Amendment)
Regulations 229
,, Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous
Provisions) Order 229
,, Public Officers' Leave
(Revocation) Regulations 245
,, Post Office (Overtime Pay)
(Revocation) Rules 245
,, Petty Officers' Good Conduct
Pay (Revocation) Rules 245
,, Petty Officers' Uniform Dress
(R-vocation) Regulations 245
,, Dangerous Drugs (Application) Order 245
,, Dangerous Drugs (Relaxation) Order 245
,, Pensionable Offices Order 251
,, Pensionable Offices Notification 251
,, Exportation of Bank of England
Notes (Exemption) Order 251
,, Prison (Amendment) Rules
and Regulations 251
,, Rules of the Supreme Court
(Trade Unions) 251






INDEX TO THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

PART II, 1954-(cont'd)


SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION-(cont'd)
Antigua.

28 of 1953. Treasury Reorganisation (Allocation
of duties) Order
29 ,. Harbour and Roadsteads (Overtime
Fees) Rules
30 ,, Export Duty Order
3 of 1954. Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture
of Vegetable Oils) Order
4 ,, Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture
of Malt Liquors) Order
5 ,, Aid to Pioneer industries (Processing
of Meat) Order
6 ,, Aid to Pioneer industries (William
G. C. Wyer) Order
7 ,, Prohibited Publications Order
8 ,, Export Duty Order
9 ,, Hotels Aid Regulbtions
10 ,, Animals (Importation) Control
(Amendment) Re.gulations
11 ,, Foot and Mouth Disease Regulations
12 ,, Resolution of Legislative Council
confirming the Export Duty Order
13 ,, St. John's City (Amendment) By-Law
14 ,, Resolution of the Legislative Council
abolishing the Customs Duties on
all tanks, pipe lines and other
accessories imported by or on behalf
of Messrs. Esso Standard Oil, S.A.
16 ,, Vehicles and Road Traffic
(Amendment) Regulations
17 ,, Proclamation dated 4th June, 1954,
bringing into operation paragraph
(a) of the Interpretation of Laws
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1953
(No. 16 of 1953)
18 ,, Sugar Export Cess (Amendment)
Regulations
19 ,, Animals (Importation) Control
(Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations
21 ,, Water Distribution Area Order
22 ,, Water Service Rates
23 ,, Water Courses & Water Works
Regulations
24 ,, Hotels Aid (Articles of Hotel
Equipment) Order
28 ,, Declaration dated 12th October, 1954,
for the Acquisition of certain land
in the Island of Antigua required
for public purposes
30 ,, Declaration dated 26th October, 1954,
for the Acquisition of certain land
in the Island of Antigua required
for public purposes
31 ,, Resolution of I. gislative Council
of Antigna re amendment to the
Second Schedule by an addition
to item 6 thereof
32 ,, Income Tax (Double Taxation Re-
lief) (Sweden) Order
Moniselrrat.

11 of 1953. Savings Bank Rules
1 of 1954. Proclamation dated 4th June, 1954
bringing into operation the Inter-
pretation of Laws Amendment)
Ordinance, 1954, (No. 7 of 1954)
4 ,, Importation of Swine (Prohibition)
Order
9 ,, Income Tax (Double Taxation Re-
lief) (Sweden) Order


'age.

6

20
6

61


SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION-(cont'd)
St. Kitts-Nevis-A nguilla.

7 of 1954. Proclamation dated 4th June, 1954
bringing into operation the Inter-
pretation of Laws) (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1954, (No. 4 of 1954)
23 of 1954. Income Tax (Double Taxation Re-
lief) (Sweden) Order
Virgin Islands.


S 8 of 1
61 1 of I
2


3
61 3
83

83
83 6

83
83
11

13

83 14

91 16
17


Page.


113

252


953. Plant Protection Regulations
1954. Treasury Rules
,, Encouragement of Industries (Manu-
facture of Ladies' Men's and
Children's slippers) Order, 1953
,, Encouragement of Industries (Gustave
of the Virgin Islands Incorporated)
(Manufacture of Ladies, Men's and
Children's Slippers) Order, 1953
,, Proclamation dated 4th June, 1953,
bringing into operation the Inter-
pretation of Laws (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1954. (No. 6 of 1954)
,, Legislative Council (Remuneraton
of Election Officers) Regulations
S Proclamation convoking the Legis-
lative Council
,, Proclamation appointing a Session
of Legislative Council
,, Treasury Amendment Rules
,, Income Tax (Double Taxation Re-
lief) (Sweden) Order


Proclamations.
113 Proroguing the General Legislative Council 3, 229
Summoning a meeting of the General Legislative Council 3
168 -Proroguing the Antigua Legislative Council .5
Appointing a session of the Antigna Legislative
168 Council 5
177 Bank Holidays 11, 53, 63, 157
177 Appropriation (1954) Ordinance, 1953 57
Close Season for Cotton, Antigna 85, 203
177 Close Season for Cotton, Montserrat 113, 203
Burial Grounds 113, 207
177 Virgin Islands Constitution & Elections Ordinance 117
Electoral Districts, Virgin Islands 117
Prmdial Larceny (Prevention) Act, 1954 131
Virgin Islands Constitution & Elections
215 Ordinance, 1954 167
Antigua Fire Brigades Ordinance, 1954 167
Appointing the 2nd September as date on which
Register of Voters, Virgin Islands, shall
215 come into force 167
Public Holidays Act, 1954 171
Forgery Act, 1954 171
Protection of Trees & Conservation of Soil
215 & Water Ordinance 185
Maintenance Orders (Facilities for Enforcement) Act 219
251 Motor Vehicles Ordinance, Virgin Islands 229
Convoking General Legislative Council 234
Proroguing Legislative Council, Montserrat 234
Travelling & Subsistence Allowances (Repeal)
9 Act, 1954 234
Currency 251
IMPERIAL LEGISLATION.
113 Emergency Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions)
(Colonies, etc.) Order in Council, 1954 227
145 Merchant Shipping (Foreign Deserters) (Kingdom
of Greece) Order, 1954 91
152 Supplies & Services (Continuance) Order, 1954 228


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INDEX TO THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


PART III, 1954.

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


Acquisition of Lands-
Authorised Officer for 223
Address by Administrator,
Antigua, to Antigua Legislative
Council Gazette No. 17
Address by His Excellency the
Governor to General Legisla-
tive Council Gazette No. 3
Administrator's Deputy,
Antigua 203
Aid to Pioneer Industries 28, 48
Air Transport Licensing
Authority 163
Aircraft Accident, Montserrat 237
Audit Report 209
Authorised Insurers 20
B

Bank Holidays 137
Bank of England Notes 204, 207, 213
Banking Statistics 21, 94, 110,
154, 228,
Bills 75, 79, 139, 229,
235, 245, 251
Board of Education 245
Board of Health-Members of 9, 20
Buildings where Banns
of Marriage may be
published 74, 99, 152, 171, 204, 237
0
Central Housing Authority-
Menmbers 93
Certificate of Title 95, 99, 104,
110, 114
Circuit Court Sittings 6, 17, 20, 25,
29, 49, 53, 61, 71,
74, 77, 78, 84, 129,
131, 137. 178, 185,
193, 199, 201, 204,
214, 215, 217, 220,
224, 230, 236. 247
City Commissioners 9, 91,
103, 109, 157
City Rate 92, 96, 99, 101
Colonial Regulations 185
Commission of Enquiry
into Cotton Industry
Montserrat 195
Commissioners-Income Tax 5
Commissions- Oaths 9
Commissioners-Supreme Court 229
Consuls 19, 73, 85,
103, 151, 171, 223, 235
Court of Summary Jurisdiction-
Sittings 7, 18, 26, 62,
78, 182, 190, 252
Crown Lands 49, 54, 60, 71,
74, 76, 77, 80, 83,
99, 104, 109, 110,
114, 157, 164, 168,
204, 207, 213
Crown Proceedings (General
Legislative Competency)
Ordinance, 1953, Mont-
serrat--refusal to assent 99
Currency 16, 59, 74, 86, 100, 126,
130, 133, 140, 164, 179,
187, 208, 228, 248
Custodians of Enemy
Property 177, 181
Customs 236, 248, 252


Defence Forces-Promotions 99
E
Electricity Board 63, 195
Empire Day 95
Erratum 80
Estates (Unrepresented) 9, 16, 76,
81, 84, 91. 96, 115,
137, 152, 158, 164
Examining Officer under
Vehicles & Road Traffic
Ordinance 5
Executive Councils-Members
Federal 59
St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla 113
Virgin Islands 15, 167, 203


Fisheries Improvement
Loan Committee
Foreign Compensation


217
247,254


General (Open) Import
Licences 75, 79, 125
Goods-Sale of 73, 74, 77, 248
Governor's Deputy 9, 19, 63, 95, 139,
177, 185, 195, 199, 215, 229
H
Honours 1, 107
Housing Authority-Members 93
Hurricane Precantions 1]55
I
Income Tax 247, 254
Income Tax Commissioners 5
Index-Gazette Gazette No. 33
Inspectors-Animal 47
Insurance Companies 20
Insurance-Government
Buildings 96, 100, 104
International Regulations for
preventing collisions at sea 19, 27
Investments 211, 257

J
Judges-Appointments of 99
Judgments 22, 24, 31, 32, 34, 35,
37, 52, 141, 147, 149, 173
Jurors' List 229, 238
Justices of the Peace 59, 519
L
Lands-Acquisition of 167,
220. 224,233
Lands-Authorised Officer
for Acquisition of 223
Lands-Sale of 208, 214, 215. 216,
217, 218, 220, 224.
225, 230, 236
Legislative Council, Antigua-
Extension of life of 125
Legislative Council,
Appointments, etc.
Antigua 73, 195
General 53, 145, 203, 235
St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla 85, 193
Virgin Islands 15, 197, 199
Letters Patent 119. 121
Library Board 223
Licensing Officer 197
Lighting of Vehicles 179
Lunatic Act-General Orders 28


Market 86, 89
Marriage Officers 15, 75, 89, 113,
124, 126, 177, 204, 207, 223
Medical Register 64, 70
Messages-Christmas 245
Midwives 143
Midwives' Board 145
N
Naturalisation
Loc 'iart, Randall Hyppolyte 217,
220
Philip, Mrs. V. V. 157
Ton ,e, Lockling Answorth 15, 20
Trapl, Dr. Francis Herbert 223, 229


Obit uaryt


9, 157


P
Patents 6, 10, 54, 59, 62, 125,
129, 131, 171. 178, 186, 205, 209
Pioneer Industries 28
Police- Charges for services of 109,
114, 124
Police Force-Promotions in 71
Post Office-
Hours of business 179, 186
Postage Stamps 9, 15, 49, 53, 219, 224
Postal Rates 105
Pound Keepers 223
Price Control 111
Q
Quarantine Authorities 103
Queen Elizabeth's Oversea
Nursi;ig Service 193
R
Rainfall figures 6, 10, 20, 29, 50, 55,
60, 61, 71, 74, 77, 81, 83, 90,
92, 97, 100, 105, 110, 124,
127, 130, 132, 138, 140, 146,
153, 159, 166, 169, 172, 179,
187, 194, 197, 200, 205, 209,
214, 216, 218, 222, 226, 230,
237, 247, 254
Refusal to assent to Ordinance 91
Register of Titles 18, 87, 90, 93
Registrars of Births, Deaths
and Marriages 71, 151
Reply to Administrator's
address to Antigua
Legislative Council 17
Reply to His Excellency
the Governor's address
to General Legislative
Council Gazette No. 4
Report. Antigua Industrial
Development Board 124
Report, Audit 209
S
Sale of Goods 73, 74, 77, 248
Savings Bank Statistics 50, 144, 174,
210, 226. 231, 255, 256
Scholarships 71, 74, 77, 113,
126, 130, 132, 138
Secretary of State for
the Colonies-Appointment of 145
Shipping 19, 27
Stamps 139, 219


[VOL. LXXXII, 1954.






INDEX TO THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


PART III, 1954-(cont'd)


S-cont'd


T-(cont'd)


Statistics-Banking 21, 94 International Tobacco Co. 85, 8!
Storm Warning Signals 155 Nestles Products Ltd. 2:
Sugar Reserve Funds 168 Petroleum Marketing Co.
Supervisor of Elections, (West Indies) Ltd. 80, 8&
Virgin Islands 177, 178 Rolston Purina Co. 126,
Surveyors of Land 15 130, i31,
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. (
T Radio Corporation of
America 246,
Tenders 49, 51, 54, 56. 60, 96, Shredded Wheat Company
100, 104, 112, 116, 158, 163, Ltd. 172, 178,
164, 168, 172, 176, 179, 184, Stabilimenti Demanialli
187, 192, 197, 232, 237, 243, Societa Per Azioni Recoaro 2(
249, 252 Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd. b5, 8K
Token Imports Scheme 29 Twentieth Century Fox Film
Town and Country Planning 205, 208 Corp. 54, 59
Trade Marks-C
Trade Marks- Van Den Berghs (Export) Ltd.
Albian Distilleries Ltd. 101, 5V
19, 114 Trafic Notices 86, 89, 92, 97,
Arcon (Proprietory) Ltd. 71, 74. 76 226, 230, 245,
Arthur Francis Alexander
Turner 175, 183, 191 U
Baxter Laboratories Inc. 172,
178, 186 Uniforms
Benson & Hedges Ltd. 10, 16 Unrepresented Estates 9, 16
Bermudez Biscuit Co. 81, 84, 91, 96,
Ltd. 235, 216, 252 137, 152, 158,
Borden Co. 209, 214, 219
British-American Tobacco V
Co. Ltd. 235, 246, 252 Vacancies
Caliiornia Packing Corp. 246, 252 Administrative Assistants
Carrears Ltd. 140, 145, 151 (Cadet) Administrative
Caterpillar 'ractor Co. 140, Service, Jamaica 140, 146,
145, 151 Administrative Assistant,
Columbia Pictures Corp. 157, R. E. C. of West Indies,
164, 168 British Guiana & British
Cussons Sons & Co. Ltd. 140, Honduras, 221,
145, 152 Administrative Secretary
H. S. Whiteside & Co. Ltd. 172, (Civil Aviation) British
178, 186 Caribbean Air Transport
Imperial Chemical Industries Advisory Council, Barbados
Ltd. 91, 96, 100


V-(cont'd)
9, 92 Agricultural Officer, Grenada 158,
1,30 165
Arts Master, Queen's College
4, 86 for Boys. British Guiana 49, 54
129, Assistant Director of Land
132 Settlement (Agricultural)
, 10 British Guiana 146, 152
Assistant Superintendent
252 of Works, P.W.D., St. Vincent 159,
165
187 Assistant Superintendent
Public Works, Grenada 222, 225
), 29 Assistant Trade Commissioner
), 92 for the British West Indies,
British Guiana, British Hon-
), 62 duras, in Canada 77, 81
12, Colonial Postmaster, Grenada 55, 60
), 62 Engineer-in-Charge, Wind-
222, ward Islands Broadcasting
254 Station, Grenada 124, 127
French Mistress, Bishop's
High School for Girls,
British Guiana 153, 159
200 Harbour Master, Grenada 218, 221
S76, History Mistress, Bishop's
115, High School for Girls,
164 British Guiana 86, 89
Quantity Surveyor, Hous-
ing Department, British
Guiana 165, 169
Vehicles, Lighting of 179
2 Visiting Justices, H.M's Prison 59
152 Voters Notices Montserrat 193,
194, 196, 200
Voters' List Montserrat 223, 224
225 W
Water Board, Montserrat 213
Weights and Measures 100, 105, 110
Whitley Council 139
158, Workmen's Compensation 27, 29,
165 47, 49, 80, 84, 86


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