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V L 1.''ll Uhl%' AY, 25rfi ( )(i'tJBERi, 195. N o .
Notices. N.8.Peters, B. A., Juniior Clerk, AdminisAp~m~inititswidtrai4,-r, (oe., tratiti. Antigua, resigned. Ot
i p h iaf' staed arie.it1 elri['oll Thomas, J., Juo r Clerk, Treasury, It is notified for general informsa- thda it((IIIC10iIn'[I resigno-d Sep I
tion that Mr. KNOWLTON V. H-ICKS Non.n 3n9.nii
has been appointed Consul-Genci al ofBtsnM.S.CAnil tI nr
the Vt I ,d Stats at Barbados. with C 1). & W'. Scheme 1 ). 2 1(Y3, to he followingg Stat utory Milos and jurisdiction including the Leeward A ssistaiit Enigiiieer, Publ1ic 'Works Orders are circulated with this
Isans.Depo-,tiniot, Anttiguai. .h. i. I gazette and forni part thereof:
The Exequatur empowering Mr. Aiat iyu0a.
Hici -- to act, inl the ahcfvennontioned Benjamin. Miss C. C. L., J1fli1 'Nio. 40 of 1956, "The fectious capacity received 1-icr M1ijesty*8 nwn d iii i ated n Aotg _, '1 D ise;uqs (Yellow Feer -11 iis o, n signatlu in ije :0h tpss. 1956. 1 ii aciI i.. I9,56.', 7 pp. Price! 10 cts.
Chief .Scietary's 0 lh, Blake, Miss L., to) he H~eadmhistres j"'8 N. .54 of t956, Trhe Dangerous
it igo'.Grs ihShoAtga Drugs (Application) Order, 1956."'
I 91, (c/o~e, I ;Th to Ally%' 14 2 pp.,ri 4 cta.
Reone ... N(,. 36tl0 JOc iii Clr N o. 55 of 1166, "The Vehicles and
Ref.No j 0 Liii 1W, nt gii. 'it ~ Roni I Traffic (Ainlmnt) RP'gulaByron, C. 0., to hc lRegis;tl'ar mWd I~Ii~
\dm itin i tndtor of Antiguia re- Provost Marsl. A 0ltiv' _N:1 o.x .5f; Of 1956, "Tho Conitrol Boird
cords. -wi tl ro-girt tie de-ath onl the 1 (,. Health (A tnendmcont) B5('1115i ,ils,
14th (Pt. h- r, 1956. of Police Consta- Davis, 0. F. G., to Ii Juniior 1Ii k. I 5.'2 ppl. It c/s.
bic L. L. Clarke (of the ,A "' Di viion Puit i Wor ks D partinwrit .An i'of the Lel/wxar Ilashi Police Force. g~i Ii IIs No. 61 of 19.56. Prtoclioiadonl
- dated October 9. 1956, varying ProclaAdhnijnnit; atii O/lic- Dover, Miss D., 1to lie Ci ir ( Lrk, nation dated A wfust 21. 1956., (eclarA ni'm, Pasalt, I),ivelopmcntl Srvices, lug a close planting seaisonf for cottoll.
Ag'ricultur'al Department, Atltigua. 2 ppl. 1 rire 4 ota
Ref. N- A. .411 Oct. t
Edwards, C., Uncertificatoit T1eauiher, to V'~igin Iqlands. COLONY OF MONTSERNAT. be Certificated Elemnentary School No. 36 of 19.56, "Proclamation
Assistant Grade 11, Education dlated October 22, 1956, proroigning Gerrzi(Oe) mor icneDepartment, Antigua. Sep. 17 the Legislative Council (if the
Cenei! Ope) ImortLicnceColony." 1 pp. P,'iice 3 ra.
No. 3 of 1956. George, L., Elemnentary School Head o 96 rcarto
Teacher Grade 11, Education D~e- N o. 37Of15. roaato
partment. Antigua, dim i-u. 1islOto'2.1(S ~pini ing a
Sep. 1 session for th~e LeiltxiCouncil of
General (Open) TImport Licence No.Hrt i e.nirCek esn theo Col~inl." I pp Price 3 eta.
1 of Ii 51I d ated th. (9th day ot March, Develiipiment s ervi'-S ick. Agrim liilral m odCu~vParn
1954 ~sa metoed Gnerl (pei) lepartmnent, Antigua. Oct. 1I XIIc
Import Licence- No. I o f 1955 dated Ordinance, 1948.
the 24th (lady of March, 1955, andl Kelsick, E. D., Senior C lerk. At iiuit !10t I N.
General (Open) Import Licence No. 1 Office, Antigua, resigned.
of 1956, dated the 7th day of Junly, Sep. 12 BE iTr RESOINEI)D that the Central
1956, is hereby further amended as King, H., to be ,Junior Clerk. Treas- Authority under Section 5(1)(b) of the follows:- itry. Anitigua. s.8 Town and Country Planning Ordinance,
1948 (No. 4 of 1948). hiereb~y decidtbly the deletion (of the word Kirnon, N. E. D., ,Junior lerk, Cus- to prepare tschenios in respect of 1Meat "' in itemi No. (17) of the tools, Excise. Port, etc., confirmed porti~yiti8 Of 1511 ini tile Half MNoon Schedl11e mi the sulistituti on there- in) a ppoilitinlt. .1111W 8, 19,55 Bay area z.,,. N ortli iof the public road for of thle words Meat, cooked or and thatt it he rese-rved as an Open
st-ri lized. in herm, -tically sealed Martin, Miss E., Juioi~r Clerk, Treas- Space aniloon the Sooth of the roadl Ciintliiners ". tiry, to be Junior Clerk. Chief for General Recreational Purposes, inl
S-ecretat y's Offlie. Leeward Islands.thCooy(fAiiga
Dati d this 17th dlay of S;eptemiber, Set). 18 Ddthe on day (nif ctbr,196
1956. Matthew, C., to be Junior Clerk, Peas- DaetieSh(lyoOcbr,156
BOreofteGvroanit, )e-velipment Services, Agri- ('tAttBNCE SIMON,
B; rde o th Goerorultural Department. Antigua. Soevrrtory & E./ccutivc Qtl7icer.
RI. R. O'GARIIA, Oct. I
Offier. Owen, Miss M. G., JTunior Clerk, C. H. A. J'. it
"~~qiJ~l~/Library,. Antigua, resigned. '15. J~n.'
Ret. N- C. 771003O- li Oct. 18 15th octoberc, 1956.
72 TI1LE1 AN "N(':V '10-',MO T itf it1 \ A NI). VIVGIX', ( X\ I) AZETTE, Luctober'2-5,1956
Pi.to /O3 j .:A 2. XC ct rI Yi Zlet L A ... L I'
25tll Octcb~r, 1956. Louisa Mannii, Gwendolyn Hunte,
Charges Anthtiiiy, Leslie Samuel, Pearl E x~.perimeni Station,
NCUTICE is hereby given that there Hutchinson, will soldd cin thie various premises in
the City of Saint Joh-n 'hereafter named L1ickenzonhay Streci.''
on Viursday tite 22nd day of November, Beatrice Olive-~, Ardhar James, Fstate 19-55 at 12 o'clock noon, t"o lands and 01 Hagar CA mm, George VViiins,
tenemients belonging to thie persons whose Margaret Jojali jose io ep rnest
narues are set out hereunder, the said Jam(.,,-, Sarah Sacart. ~I .
prerpises having '-een levied upon to .
satflI the City Rate due t. erecn for the ~ o~ tCaisDss tt 4 1
yea 196:Steplhen Meivin 2., M~ary Cl.apnan,
Bennett Street. Victoria Ln s, Elizabedh r17s1 Feb. 1.60 1.02 2.46 .68 1.M
Ns haniel Anthony, Olive Haziewood, Samue 1dvrs -62b ---a6in Do1,08. 1.40
Alp' innso Hamilton, Oscar Giead, Meade. 14
Kenneth Henry, Iris Mussin-ton. St ohsSte.Apri 1 3.14 -2.06 .49 1. 75 3.83
Athill Street. Cecelia Christian, (2), Estate of R 20 1,0 3J 81 .5
~te ahrn aa ao, Rebecca Christian, Alicia Hunte, Ivy J 11 e b 7 1.3 3.3 1-- 5,7Y
CSartahn lier soma Hn, Dench, George Monroe, Heirs of'Eliza Jilly F,3 3.2o 3.47 L,1 4.219
C~ritiaia Oive, Trmas HalrySteven's, Adelaide Eunin, Estate of
Edmund John. Charles IIsaac, Mary Grant, Mary Simon, Anigiit X. 43 3. 135 5' .25 5.57
Christopher Street. Alice Adams. Sept. 5. 55 2,.1lk 9.91 5J,9 2.10
Albert Benjamin, E sther Christian, Bishopg-ate Street.
Edmund Dublin, Sarah Aiithoiiy. Thaa vifazs eiso n ai-T 20th Oct. 2.33 .36 4 56 2.41 1.38
Bryson S'reet. count, Thomas 1h"artin, Louisa Thomas,
Nahail hie Pal uthmoEstate of Mary Green, Sydney Benjamin,
NathniGeloWie, earl HtoiHnry Peter De2rrick, Louisa Semper. 42.27 22.23 38.08 2SJ 33.25
Edwards, Reginald Itsi:toSusannah Cecil 0. Byron, -..Baptiste. Ist.~Su/
'lIA IN M l\ARKS OFF~I111,,
A NTInITA, 5TH October, 1 U Pt.
J1. H. RtEY.NOLD,, TOBACCO (OMP.'ANY of Main & Fourth Streets, Wii'Ston-Slenii ste of North Orolina,, United. States of Amrerica ibtve a ip1 iw for [egistrat ion of o~ T 'rude NMm1 IcConsisting- of the hwng:
in Class 45, that is to say:-'robacco products including cigarettes.
The Applicants claim that they have usud the said Trade Mark in respect of the, said goods for 5 months before the datu of their saidl Applicattion.
Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertis-'ient in the Antmgua, Montse2re4 & Virqin islands Gazelle, give notice in dulplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Anitigua, of opposition to registration of the said Trade M\ark.
CFC1L 0. BYRON.,
Reqfist-rar of Trade MIarks.
oer 25, 1956] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE 73
Pursuant to the provisions of sections 57 and 58 of the Antigua Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1951, the Supervisor of Elections has, with the approval of the Administrator, appointed the undermentioned persons as presiding officers and poll clerks at the several polling stations in the electoral districts enumerated below:Electoral District. Presiding Officer. Poll Clerk Polling Station.
St. John's (City) North Evan Creque A. G. Waiters Supreme Court
J. E. Hughes Otway Davis Council Chamber
St. John's (City) South and Barbuda Iris Christian Peter Parker Princess E'lizabeth Hall
,, Christophine Perry Rueben Harris
Rawdon Edwards St. George Michael Ottos School
,, Lucille Martin Neta Hallpikoe
R. S. Byron Keithly Hill Bairbuda
St. George & St. John (Rural) North W. S. Abbott Sylvia White St. Johnston's Village
,, G. W. Fl]ax Billy P. Dyer Priticess Margaret School
,, Lawrence Richards Eari lRichardson Ce dar Grove School
Cuthbert Prince Pati ne, Bladen Pigatts Sehlool
,, Garfield Royer Mary Hamnpson New Winthorpes School
St. Philip and St. Peter i John Prince Irose Warner Willikies School
,, Irvinig Samuel Maitland Edwards Freeto)wn School
,, Malcolin De Freitas Fernella Sterliig 'arham School
,, Viviam Lake Vera Brown Newfield School
,, Harold Roberts Sylvester Samuel Freemansville Union Hall
,, Ephraim John Gilford Cornelius Doctor's Dispensary,
St. John (Rural) West Samuel Morgan Htobert Martin Five Islands School
,, Ethel Henry Walter Etinoff Greenbay School
,, L. E. A. Richards Alister Francis West Bus Station
St. John (Rural) South Dorothy Isaac William Davis All Saints School
,,F. x. Philbert Laurel Friday Sea View Farm School
,, Irene Joshua Nora Abraham Potters School
,, Raymond Simon Henry Llord Bendals School
,, F. A. Clarke Clarence Edwards Ottos Hill
D. S. Longford S. Javvis Christian Mission Church,
23rd October, 1956.
Ref. No. A. 18/50.
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1956.Price 3 cent.]
IPrv ce 36 cents.]
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 40.
The Infectious Diseases (Yellow Fever) Regulations, 1956,
dated August 14, 1956. made by the Governor in Council under Section 21 of the Infectious Diseases
Act, 1888 (No. 5 of 1888).
1. Short Title. These Regulations may be cited as the Infectious Diseases (Yellow Fever) Regulations, 1956.
2. Interpretation. In these Regulations"authorised person" means any Health Inspector or
other officer duly authorised by the Board;
"Board" means the Central Board of Health;
" Central Board of Health means the Central Board
of Health constituted under the Central Board of Health (Constitution ad Temporary Powers)
Ordinance, 1954 (No. 15 of 14)54);
" Chief Health Inspector '" means the officer for the
time being performing the duties of Chief Health
Inspector of the Health Department;
" Health Inspector" means the officer for the time
being performing the duties of a Health Inspector
of the Health Department;
"Medical Officer of Health" has the same meaning as
in the Central Board of Health (Constitution and
Temporary Powers) Ordinance, 1954;
"premises" includes messuages, buildings, houses,
lands, easements and hereditaments of any tenure whether open or enclosed and whether built on or
not and also any ship, boat or aircraft;
7 2. "praying '.' includes perifocal and residual spraying;
spraying team means two or more persons occupied
as a unit in the operation of spraying, and includes
the person in charge of the spraying team.
3. Application of Regulations. These Regulations shall apply throughout the Colony and in the territorial waters thereof.
4. Isolation of Persons suffering from or exposed to Yellow Fever Infection. The Medical Officer of Health may order the removal to a place of reception or to a hospital of any person suffering from or likely from exposure to infection to suffer from, yellow fever, if in his opinion the the isolation of such person cannot be efficiently carried out on the premises of that person.
5. Declaration of Existence of Potable Pipe Water. (1) The Board uia', for' the purposes of these
Regulations, declare by Resolution to be published in the 7aaetle and at least two newspapers circulating in the Colony that an adequate supply of potable piped water exists in any area of the Colony described in the Resolution, and may, by a like Resolution, cancel or vary any such declaration.
.(2) Where a declaration under this regulation is in force in respect of any area(a) no water shall, in any part of such area, be stored
on any premises in barrels, tubs, tins, or similar vessels;
(b) if an* person acting under the authority of these
Regulations finds, in water so stored, mosquitoes in their aquatic stages, he may cause any barrel, tub, tin or other vessel in which the water is stored to be nmad. incapable of
6. Storage of Water. No water shall be stored on any premises unless efficiently protected against mosquitoes by the following method, that is to say, all tanks, bare] or other receptacles for storing water shall have all openings except the draw-off opening covered with wire gauze (18 itieshes to the inch) or with a piece of cheese cloth or fine mosquito netting, or protected in such other way as may be approved by the Board.,.
7. Drinking Receptacles for Animals and Poultry. All receptacles used to provide drinking water for animals or poultry shall be such as can be quickly and completely emptied at any time,
8. Prevention of Mosquito Breeding. All fountains, pools, ponds, excavations, openings or structures made for any purpose whatever, containing water, shall be kept stocked with larvivorous fish, or shall be kept covered with a film of petroleum oil, or the water therein shall be mixed with a suitable insecticide in sufficient strength to prevent the breeding of mosquitoes.
9. Premises to be free from Stagnant Water. All premises shall be kept free from stagnant water liable to breed mosquitoes.
10. Disinfection and Cleansing of Cesspools and Catchpits. UAll cesspools on arny premises shall be disinfected and oiled at least once a week and as often as the Board may require, and all catchpits shall be cleaned out as often as the Board may require.
11. Prohibition of Articles, etc. liable to breed Mosquitoes. All premises shall be kept free of all artiels, appliances, trees or plants liable to breed mosquitoes.
12. Maintenance of Gutters, etc. All roof gutters and eaves gutters and downpipes attached to any premises shall be maintained in good repair and free from obstruction so as to allow the ready passage of water from the roof.
13. Removal of Bush and Undergrowth. All bush or undergrowth liable to harbour mosquitoes on any premises shall be cut down and removed.
14. Roof Gutters. (1) Roof gutters shall have a sufficient capacity and fall to ensure that the rainwater will not be retained at any point.
(2) Whenever there are roof gutters on any premises, the roof gutters shall be accessible for inspection.
(3) If any authorised person finds any roof gutter to be in a state capable of retaining water in which mosquitoes are likely to breed, he shall give notice thereof in writing to the owner or occupier of the premises and if immediate action be not taken by such owner or occupier to remedy the condition or conditions complained of or if such roof gutter is subsequently found to be in a condition liable to breed mosquitoes, it shall be lawful for that or any other authorised person to perforate the roof gutter in order to ensure the drawing off of any water which might collect in it.
15. Wells. All wells shall be rendered and kept mosquito-proof or permanently stocked with larvivorous fish of a species to be approved by the Medical Officer of Health.
16. Covered Drains, etc. (1) Each covered drain shall be provided with an inspection chamber which shall be placed in a position which is easily accessible for the purposes of inspection.
(2) All sewer-traps shall be placed in positions which are easily accessible for the purposes of inspection.
17. Construction of Buildings to avoid Retention of Water. (1) No part of any building shall be so constructed as to be capable of retaining water.
(2) The owner of any building upon being duly notified in writing that any part of the building is capable of retaining water, shall forthwith take such steps as may be necessary to remedy that condition.
18. Residual and P e r i f o c a 1 Spraying by direction of Health Authorities. Residual and perifocal spraying shall be carried cut as the Medical Officr ,f H ealth or the Chief Health Inspector may from time to time direct for the purpose of these Regulations.
19. Residual Spraying of Premises a n d notice of Intention to Spray. (1) It shall be lawful for the Health Inspectors to spray residually all premises a)(d the process of spraying shall include the spraying of mosquito nets, mattresses and food safes.
(2) The Medical Officer of Health, the Chief Health Inspector or other authorised person shall give at least forty-eight hours' notice of his intention to spray residually any particular premises.
20. Perifocal 1 Spraying of Premises in
absence of Owner or Occupier. Where the owner or occupier of any premises cannot be found, or where the Medical Officer of Health has reasonable cause to belive that the owner or occupier of the premises is intentionally absenting himself from the premises it shall be lawful for the Medical Officer of Health or the Chief Inspector to give forty-eight hours' notice of his intention to do perifocal spraying of the premises.
21. Provisions as to Spraying where ccupier
unknown or cannot be Found. (1) Where the occupier of any premises is unknown or cannot be found, any notice re-
quired to be given under regulation 19 or regulation 20 of these Regulations shall be given in writing and shall be given by affixing the notice to some conspicuous part of the premises.
(2) If after the expiration of seventy-two hours from the time of affixing a notice in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (1) of this regulation, all efforts made to find the occupier have failed, any authorized person may apply to the Medical Officer of Health or the Chief Health Inspector for further directions.
(3) The Medical Officer of Health or the Chief Health Inspector upon being satisfied that all reasonable steps have been taken to find the occupier of the premises and that all such efforts have failed may authorise a spraying team to enter, if necessary by force, and in the presence of a police officer to inspect or spray or to inspect and spray any premises.
(4) Adequate measures shall be taken by the spraying team to ensure that the premises and all articles therein are treated with due care during the spraying.
22. Inspection and Spraying may be carried out at any time with consent of Owner. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Regulations the inspection or spraying of any premises may be carried out at any time if the owner or occupier of the premises consents in writing to the inspection and spraying of his premises.
23. Absence of Occupier after receipt of Notice. (1) If the occupier of premises who has received a notice in accordance with regulation 19 or regulation 20 of these Regulations is absent from the premises at the time specified in the notice, the person in charge of the spraying team shall affix in some conspicuous part of the premises another notice of his intention to inspect or spray or to inspect and spray the premises at some other time not being earlier than twenty-four hours from the time specified in the first notice.
(2) If the occupier is again absent from the premises at the time specified in the second notice the person in charge of the spraying team shall apply to the Medical Officer of Health or the Chief Health Inspector for further directions.
(3) If after due inquiry there is reasonable cause to believe that the occupier is wilfully absenting himself from the premises for the purpose of preventing the inspection or spraying of the premises, the Medical Officer of Health or the Chief Health Inspector may authorise the spraying team to enter in the absence
of the occupier, by force if necessary, and to inspect or to spray or to inspect and spray the premises in the presence of a police officer from the nearest police station.
24. Authorisation .of Entry on Premises during prescribed Hours. It shall be lawful for an authorised person to etter any premises between the hours of 7 a m. and 6 p.m. for the purpose of inspecting such premises to discover whether the provisions of these Regulations are being complied with, and of carrying out such works as may be provided for or authorised under these Regulations.
25. Person assist i ng to have Rights of
A.uthorised Person, Any person assisting an : itho'ised
person acting under these Regulations shall have dall the rights, powers and immunities of an authorised person.
26. Duty of Occupier with respect to Spraying of Premises, (1) Any occupier of premises who has received a notice or who has been notified that his premises are to be sprayed, or who has consented in writing to the spraying of his premises shall, before spraying commences(a) e x t i n g iiish all fires or naked flames in the
(b) put away till foodstuffs, clothing and other articles
likely to be damaged by the spraying;
(c) leave or place mosquito nets, mattresses, bedding
and food safes in such a position that they can conveniently
(d) leave or place all receptacles intended for the
storage of water or capable of holding water in such positions that they are reasonably accessible for the inspection or
spraying of their contents;
(e) take such steps as may be required by the notice.
(2) No fire shall be lighted or naked flames allowed to burn in any premises during the spraying of the premises.
27. Duty of authorised Person on discovering Receptacle capable of breeding Mosquitoes. If any authorised person discovers any receptacle capable of breeding mosquitoes, he shall, according to his judgment and to the circumstances of the case(a) apply the larvicide or insecticide used by the
(b) require the owner or occupier of the premises to
stock the water with larvivorous fish of a species approved
by the Chairman of the Board; or
(c) require the owner or occupier to apply an approved
larvicide or insecticide; or
(d) render the receptacle, if it be of little or no corninercial value, incapable of holding water.
28. Receptacles in Cemeteries. Flower vases, jars or other receptacles cemeteries shall not be allowed to contain water, and all such receptacles sh'll be filled with sand or earth.
29. Duty to comply with Regulations to rest upon b o t h Owner and Occupier of Premises. Where in respect of any premises any act or thing is by any ot these Regulations either prescribed to be done or declared to be prohibited, the duty of seeing that such requirement or prohibition is complied with shall rest upon both the owner and the occupier for the time being of the premises; and in the event of a breach of any regulation either the owner or the occupier or both Ahall be liable to be prosecuted.
30. Hindering or obstructing authorised Person. Any person who hinders or obstructs an authorised person in the execution of any duty under these Regulations shall be guilty of an offence against these Regulations.
31. Offences and Penalties. Any p e r s o n who commits an offence against any of these Regulations, shall be liable on summary conviction for every suc) offence to i fine not exceeding one hundred d o 1 I a r s or to imprisonment with or without hard labour for a term not exceeding three months, and in addition shall be liable, in the case of a continuing offend, to a fine not exceeding ten dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one month for every day during which the offence is continued.
Made by the Governor in Council this 14th day of August, 1956.
F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.
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by EARL PIGOTT, Acting Government Printer.-By Authority.
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 54.
THE DANGEROUS DRUGS (APPLICATION) ORDER, 1956, DATED
SEPTEMBER 18, 1956, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 14 (2) OF THE DANGEROUS DRUGS ACT,
1937 (No. 23/1937) AS AMENDED.
WHEREAS by subsection (2) of section 14 of the
Dangerous Drugs Act, 1937, as amended, power is conferred on the Governor in Council to declare by order that Part V of the said Act shall apply to any drug of whatever kind in the same manner as it applies to the drugs mentioned in subsection (1) of section 14 of the said Act, if it appears to the Governor in Council that such drug is or is likely to be productive, if improperly used, or is capable of being converted into a substance which is or is likely to be productive, if improperly used, of ill effects substantially of the same character or nature as or
analogous to those produced by morphine or cocaine:
AND WHEREAS it appears to the Governor in Council
that the drugs specified in the Schedule to this Order are productive, if improperly used, or are capable of being converted into a substance which is or is likely to be productive, if improperly used, .of ill effects substantially of the same character or nature as or analogous to those produced by
morphine or cocaine:
NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor in Council in
pursuance of the powers conferred upon him by subsection (2) of section 14 of the Dangerous Drugs Act, 1937, as amended,
is pleased to declare and it is hereby declared as follows:1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the
Dangerous Drugs (Application) Order, 1956.
2. Application. Part V of the Dangerous Drugs
Act, 1937, as amended, shall apply to the drugs specified in the Schedule to this Order in the same manner as the said Part V (applies to the drugs mentioned in subsection (1) of section 14
of the said Act.
Made by the Governor in Council this 18th day of September, 1956.
F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Coun cil.
I :3-Diinetiyl-4-plbenyl-4- propionyvloxyhexameothyleneimine, its salts and any preparation, admixture, extract or other substance containing any proportion of '1:3:-dinlethy1-4-1dlcnyl4-propionyloxy hexar-nethy I eniiniie.
3 Hydroxy-N-phenethyhtnorpbinain, its salts and any preparaition, admixture extract or other substance conitaininly any proportion of 3-hyvdroxy-N\-phienethylIn iorphliinan.
4-Morpholiio- 2: 2-dipbeityl ethyl batyrate, its salts and ainy preparation, admixture, extract o)r other substance containing any proportion of 4-irorpboino-2 : 2 diphenyl ethyl butyrate.
4- Dinethylaiiino-1: 2 -di phenyl-3 -meth v- 2-propionyloxybutane, its salts and any prep~arationl, admiixture, extract or other suibstance containing any proportion of 4-dimethylarnino1: 2-di phenyl -3-methyl-2 propionyloxybuta lie.
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 55.
The Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment) Regulations,
1956, dated September 18, 1956, made by the Governor in Council under section 77 of the Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance, 1946 (No. 5/1946).
1. Citation. These Regulations may be cited as the Vehicles
and Road Traffic (Amendment) Regulations, 1956. and shall be read as one with the Vehicles and Road Traffic Regulations, 1946 (S. R. & 0.
1946 No. 22) as amended, hereinafter called the Principal Regulations.
2. Amendment of Principal Regulations. The following
paragraph is hereby substituted for paragraph (12) of regulation 19 of
the Principal Regulations:"(12) HORNS, ETC. (a) He shall carry attached to the motor
vehicle a horn or other instrument capable of giving audible and sufficient warning of its approach or position and he shall not himself sound or allow any other person to sound such horn or other instrument except for the purpose of giving reasonable and necessary warning of the approach or position of the motor vehicle.
(b) He shall not himself sound or allow any other person to
sound such horn or other instrument between the hours of 9 p.m.
and 5.30 a.m. within the limits of the City of Saint John. and also in any other area in the Colony in respect of which the Traffic Commissioner shall issue a prohibition notice to that effect in the
(c) The Licensing Officer shall have power at any time to
prohibit the use of any horn or instrument, the use of which for the purpose authorised in this regulation is likely to cause
annoyance to the general public.
(d) Every horn or other instrument used for the purposes
authorised shall either be of a kind which has been approved by the Licensing Officer generally as proper to be used on motor vehicles or which has been approved by him in a special case on
the application of the owner of the motor vehicle.
(e) Any horn or other instrument which has been approved
by the Licensing Officer for use on motor vehicles shall not be
used on any other class of vehicles."
Made by the Governor in Council this 18th day of September, 1956
F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.
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'STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 56.
The Central Board of Health (Amendment) Regulations,
1956, dated September 18, 1956, made by the Central Board of Health under section 13 of the Central Board of Health (Constitution and Temporary Powers) Ordinance, 1954 (No. 15 of 1954).
1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Central
Board of Health (Amendment) Regulations, 19.56, and shall be read as one with the Saint John's City By-Laws, 1927, (S. R. & 0. 1927, No. 21) as amended, which are continued in force by Sction 15 of the Central Board of H alth (Constitution and Temporary P'owers) Ordinance 1.954 (No. 15 of 1954) as if they were regulations made under and by virtue of the said Ordinance, and are hereinafter referred to as the Principal
2. Amendment of Principal Regulations. By-Law No. 6
of the Principal Regulations is hereby amended as follows:(a) Paragraph (1) is hereby amended by the deletion of the
words "or the Pauper Cemetery, in line four thereof.
(b) Paragraph (27) is hereby canelhcd and in place thereof the
following paragraph shall have effect:" (27) No person shall bring or cause to be brought or deposited at or near the Cereteiy any dead body until the fees for burial have b,-en paid to the Superintendent or there has been delivered to the Superintendent a certificate given by the Relieving Officer that the deceased
is a pauper and is to be buried free of all charges."
(c) Paragraphs (36) and (37) are hereby cancelled.
(d) Paragraph 38 is hereby cancelled and in place thereof the
following paragraph, renumbered as paragraph (36), shall have
effect:"(36) If subsequently to the burial in the Cemetery of any person certified by the Relieving Officer to be a pauper it shall be discovered that such deceased person was not a pauper, the City Commissioners shall be entitled to recover as a civil debt summarily from the personal representatives (if anN), or the next of kin of such deceased person such fees for the grave in which the
deceased person is buried as are set out in the Schedule to i$1 paragraph (19) of this By-Law.
"Next of kin" means such person or persons as would
under the law for the time being be liable for the maintenance of any deceased person if such deceased person had been alive and an inmate of the Holberton
"Pauper" means any person who at the time of death
had not means or property sufficient to defray the cost of burial, or whose next of kin as hei einbefore defined (if any) is by reason of poverty unable to pay
(P) Paragraph (39) is hereby renumbered as (37).
(f) Paragraph (40) is hereby renumbered as (38) and is
amended by the deletion of the words "the Pauper Cemetery"
and in line four thereof.
Made by the Central Board of Health this 12th day of September, 1956.
K. H. UTTLEY,
Confirmed by the Governor in Council this 18th day of September, 1956.
F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 61.
PROCLAMATION DATED OCTOBER 91 1956 VARYING PROCLAMATION DATED AUGUST 21, 1956, DECLARING A CLOSE
PLANTING SEASON FOR COTTON.
BY THE GOVEUN()I
WHEREAS under section 3 of the Cotton Planting (Regulation) Ordinance, 1931 (No. 1/1931) it is provided that the Governor in Council may from time to time by Proclamation published in the (J,1z-ti, and by Public Notice, declare any period of each year to be a clpse planting season within the meaning of the said Ordinance either for the whole Colony or for such area or areas thereof as may be specified in such Proclamation:
AND WHEREAS any such Proclamation so issued and published may be revoked, amended or varied by a Proclamation similarly issued and published:
AND WHEREAS by Proclamation dated the 21st day of August, 1956 and published in the Gazette and by Public Notice the Governor in Council declared that the period from the 1st day of October, 1956 to the 15th day of August, 1957, inclusive, shall be a close planting season within the meaning of the said Ordinance for the whole of the Colony of Antigua, excepting that area of land situate at Friar's Hill under the control of the Central Cotton Station:
AND WHEREAS it is now expedient that the said Proclamation dated 21 st August, 1956 should be varied:
NOW, THEREFORE, I, ALEC LOVELACE, a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Administrator of the Colony of Antigua, by and with the advice of the Executive Council of the Colony of Antigua, do, by this my Proclamation declare that the Proclamation dated 21st August, 1956 declaring that the period from the 1st day of October, 1956 to the 15th day of August, 1957, inclusive, shall be a close planting season within the meaning of the said Ordinance for the whole of the Colony of Antigua, excepting that area of land situate at Friar's Hill under the control of the Central Cotton Station, is hereby varied as follows:-For the date 1st day of October, 1956 "appearing in the said
Proclamation there is substituded the date 15th day of October,
AND all Her Majesty's loving subjects in the said Colony and all others
whom it may concern are hereby required to take due notice hereof and to give
their ready obedience accordingly,
GIVEN at the Administrator's Office, Antigua, this 9th day of October, 1956, in the fifth year of Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 86
PROCLAMATION DATED OCTOBER 22, 1956, PROROGUING THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE COLONY.
BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE LEEWARD ISLANDS.
P. D. MACDONALD.
WH EREAS it is provided by section 25 (1) of the Virgin Islands Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1954, as amended, that the Governor may at any time, by Proclamation, summon, prorogue or dissolve the Legislative Council of the Virgin Islands:
AND WHEREAS by proclamation dated the 29th day of September, 1955, a session of the said Council was appointed to be held at eleven o'clock in the forenoon at St. George's Hall in the town of Road Town in the aforesaid Colony on Monday the 10th October, 1955:
AND WHEREAS in pursuance of the aforesaid Proclamation the said Council duly met in session on the 10th day of October, 1955:
AND WHEREAS it appears expedient to prorogue the said Council:
NOW, THEREFORE, in exercise of the powers in me vested as hereinbefore recited I do hereby prorogue the Legislative Council of the Colony of the Virgin Islands until such further (late as may be appointed, by Proclamation of the Adhninistrator under the provisions of section 18 of the said Ordinance, for the first stiting in the next session of the / said Council.
AND the Members of the said Council and all other Her Majesty's officers and loving subjects in the said Colony and all those whom it may concern are hereby required to take due notice hereof and to govern themselves accordingly.
GIVEN at the Government House, Antigua, this
22nd day of October, 1956, and in the fifth
year of Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
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1956, No. 87.
PROCLAMATION DATED OCTOBER 23, 1956, APPOINTING A SESSION
FOR THE LEGISLATIVE (COUNCIL OF THE COLONY.
BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COLONY OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS.
G. P. ALLSEBROOK,
WHEREAS pursuant to the provisions of subsection (1) of section
25 of the Virgin Islands Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1954, as amended, the Governor by Proclamation dated the 22nd day of October,'1956 prorogued the Legislative Council of the Colony of the Virgin Islands until such further date may be appointed, by Proclamrnation of the Administrator under the provisions of section 18 of the said Ordinance, for the first sitting of tho next s session of the said Council:
AND WHEREAS it is provided by seCtion 18 of the Virgin
Islands Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1954, as amended, that the sessions of the Legislative Council shall be held at sueh times and places as the Administrator shall from time to time by Proclamation
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that a session of the said Council
should now he held:
NOW, THEREFORE, I do by this my proclamation hereby
appoint that a session of the said Council of the Colony of the Virgin Islands shill be held and that the first meeting shall commence with a sitting on the 19th day of November, 1956, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon and that the sitting of the said Council should be held in St. George's Hall in the town of Road Town, Tortola in the Colony
AND the Members of the said Council and all other Her Majesty's
officers anid loving subjects in the said Colony and all those whom it may concern are hereby required to take due notice hereof and to give
their ready obedience accordingly.
GIVEN at the Administrator's Office in Tortola in the Virgin Islands, this 23rd d(lay of October, 1956 and in the fifth year of Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN I
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