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The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette

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Title:
The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
Creator:
Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Place of Publication:
[St. John's? Antigua]
Publisher:
Govt. Printer.
Frequency:
weekly
completely irregular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
12 v. : ; 25-35 cm.

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Subjects / Keywords:
Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Montserrat ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands ( lcsh )
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serial ( sobekcm )
legislation ( marcgt )
federal government publication ( marcgt )
periodical ( marcgt )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
General Note:
Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.

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University of Florida
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Leeward Islands gazette
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Antigua official gazette
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Montserrat official gazette
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Virgin Islands official gazette

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'-4 ~AXVIGU-A, MONTSERR~AT AND
VI IIGIN ISLAND AZETTE.
Yu blidzec/ b5y cauthority.
J" ~ % O.I.'T- SI .8n JNAlY 97 No. 2.
.j (~( vis-i ol;d ;t s I~nn lN.2
Ot liig-OO.J:kiiaicii, withI
Bratish Nationality Regulations, 1948. jut litl liver i th ot Upitorios "! )1i~/~-irh' hsIo
.Jatnoi;o-, the o hnahn lt 1).1 (1O (,( Sto di te ulidter1tt~~-rilegtiaion6 ~/) ~lie Ihilkih Hlondutras midl Hte ewa Ilelltiit(-d Orditit I'l]C(ea:Br-itishi Nationality hg to- ~~Ilm- 1i
His E-x elel (11v th- Aeting Governor t/1,,~Fh~i5OrI has Ul tn pla zsod to direct tia Ihr of 1 56 Pbi
an app licatioti for the registration (4 va ( uItsdicet D-9e56 h". 9a
a pt ,On s acitzenof the U tited 21/ kme.951.:IsDcmhr E6
Ri ind ol oiji s in aecottiatte o 0e~Ot 47i)5
With thei pr iioliS of [he British .35o 156Aqrpia
Nati o Im iiY tv l- g II la t iouis. 1948. i s to (157 Oian, 1956ieAprpra
made to tlie G2overno. stich rer-istra- A ('etrii heate of' Nat itralia I e be' (1957) oidtne 195 tiofl shrill. i f tihe a'icat i oII is gra nt ed, No. 2 of dat hed lie 241h _Novein- 31st Dt-i>I nher 1 956 be eflfeeted in the Leew~ardI ilandl s at her.I 19,56. has bin 1,,rant'-I o Mt1. pr .t rs the Office of tit- Chief 8 (lceO iry, in his-:1 YFttt'i IN)) I E(is ofIag the ('irv ot Saint Johiis- ini the Street.t..h .A iga ie-I No. 60 of 19,56,;- The- Govtt'ittttnt
Island of Antiguta. lltris NatiotialitY \ct, 1 48. lectrjcit- Ice anld Cold Sit r Ii11:Il(ce. 19156 3 1st 1(etir.1956
British NationalIity v iat ions. 1948. I I!)iO.N 7o 90 lt o~
His Ehotcilettey tile A cti rt (iiovernot 0 A ,w(t1t~f1dr.o t -)7 o 1956 -rato (1h53 Oid it dijpn.
hias ;tsk IhtIeI ptleased t() direct that, tar Aprpitinkilal
i han-lI the Governor, the oath of 14, F. .5 1 te1 NIo* 470 1)~ A6.
alleiiawice required IYScin 10(1) 18of 19,56, "The Citx- late
of tirt Prit isl Nation:ilit i A t. 1948. (iedet riac,1,f
to he takln shall h- rogst-iei,' in the ) AionInn)Odiac,15
Leeward Island,, at the Office of the
Chief Secretitrv, in thle City of Sajint Appointments and transfers etc., Rtef. No. 47hii0480. 31tDeceinhei, 1956 Johnits in thwi' 1-d of Anti-u. In the ptublic service, with effect trout thle dates stated, ate 1.'nlilsed fo N.N. .39 of 1956;, "Thle Stillntirv .'fI) isII ti ti ce itteds tile general in hnrin:ti onl: k htrisd ict ion A ct (Amneun en ) Ordinotice on this suiect which -was lap i 9s5;
pubiished in the Lecira2d TIands Caines, A. A., Principal, Treasury. I ,
(iz it, of tin- 29th J1 tne. 19,50. Montse-rrat. to lie Assistant Account- 31lst Djecember, 1956
ant (Income Tax), TIreasury, Anti- Rtf. No. 4 1 e00 179. Dtd the 24th dziY (if Djecember. glna. N\ov. 22 _lfon Iserraf.
1956.Edwards. R., Certificated Ehlmentary No). 2i of 1956, Th'le Forestry
By His Excelletncy's Cormmiand. School Head Teacher Class 11, to O-ince196"
he Certificated Eleni~iitary School 2t eeue,15
Head Teachier Class 1, E In11catiorteobe,15 C. S. Roberts. Departmnt. Antittuto. fill) I
Acting 0/ticr Necrptoiry. No. 24 of 1956. "Thle Enactment
Francis, R., Fait1 Foremani t he (Leeward Islands Acts) Ordinance, Office of the Chief &wreiry, Atr ricnlturai Assistantt 1111, Agri- 1956 ". 31st December, 1956
Lcei,-ord l-riandsq, cututral Departnment, AntignYa. Ref. No. 47100472.
At Ant/igua, Jan. I
241h Deen/a 1956. Virgin Islands.
Massiah, G., Certificated Elementary
Ref. No. 17/0067-11. School Assistant Class 11, to be No. 23 of 1956, T~he Supple______________certiticat~ d Elemnttary Sc h ool inentary A ppropriation (1955) OrdiHlead Teacher Class 11, Education natice. 1956 ". GERMAN CONSULAR REPRESNTA- Department. Antigua. -Jan. I 298th December, 1956
TION. ~Samuel, D., Prison Officer, Grade III, et No4701.
to lie Petty Officer, Class 11, Regis- N o. 24 of 1956, The Development trar's Otfice, Antigna. April 1 (Electricity and Cold Storage) Loan It is notified for general informa- Ordinance, 1956 ".
tioni that. pending tile receipt (of his 2. Please note that date of ap- No. 23th December, 195G
Commission of' Appointment and point of Messrs. A. Ligbtfoote and -fN.4/0.)" the subsequent issue of Her Maj- Chas. Walters a-, Petty Officer-s Class I Chief Sec -,reu-g office,
esty's Fx-q(uat or. Mi-. IURKHARD and (lass 11 (Blailiffs) respectiv-ely Leewarod Is/untds,
FREIHERR VON MAIUE LLEN HEIM- shoulil ro-ml 1st April instead of 1st Anti-jua.
RECiiBERG~ has been accorded pro- .January, 1957. 2nd f/anmarry, 1957.
~7 7?7




I j I "
4 ]'1] E AN11GUA I AlONTSEttE \'I' AND 10 1 lt( IN ISLANDS GAZEYrE. L-Jnnu ir% ), i )57.
N 3. TENDERS FOR GROCERIES ETC. MILK Fresh.
Tji,-i rollowingOntiri-tnci all(! Stat- An.elo Barreto.
uLlwv Roilis and Orifers are eirculatef" this Gazette and forill paliI foilowiti- tellers litive bOell U:llwr Home 14 ct ,. per bottle (26 oz.)
:Weept(41 ror the siipp!Y oftlie under- 11olivered
I H) I N A NCE. III(Iltio;wd ;t(,Ill, to ( overnliwnt ljolbel-tol)
jll ititlltions, fiw tll(' perio(t ellding I fo,41)ital 30- 10 bottles dailv ,I Ittifilift. 3001 '1111w, 19'5,1: Antigua Syndicate Estates Ltd.
No), 29 of 1 )56, -Tlie Doveli)piiw t
GROCER12S. II(Twrton 14 e( nts per 2_6 oz. hottle
(purklia"o of (1:11,1,lllollt Looll 01-di1956,*. 1 pp. Pri,-fi 7 c-Pols. delivered
Ill hottles, dafly.
Geo. W. B. Bryson & Co. Ltd. Mrs. Lyda flail.
Milk 4,514.50 per cIs of 18 --14!, oz.
(misweeteued) tills Holbertoll
ffospital (Kila wk, id n (ptivenionts)
of D,56. AllilHill" Alilk $17.00 per cIs of 48- -14 oz. Lumitie Asylimi
(11111)(;rLttioll) Ctmitrol (sweetened) tills and Fiennes
195G." 11 Ill). Prii.c 1.5 ccllb W Isjlill- sodil 12 ceiits per 11). institute I i cotit. per 26 oz. bottles
Wile (I'mindr.0 95 c(-lits per box
Vi)-qili Iql(olo,18. d(divered.
No. 40A of' 119,56, ** Ti te I I i terl ireta- Lake & Co. Ltd. BREAD.
tioll all(] Geliel-:11 Ctmlsos (Extollsioll of terni Governor ") (Exceptions) (I)elivered to ]I)-'1itIItioI1s) Eugene Jardine.
Order, 1956.7, 3 lop. P1 iew 5 co,,ds. Rice -Silper 25. 8,5 perhag of 1771hs. 15 o i&, ill. delivered.
IA Quality 24 1,;')
TRAM,] MARKS OFFWN, 2iid Qmllity 21.1,5 KEROSENE OIL.
ANTMUA, 11tli Do eofllbfr, 19.56. t'10111. 9.60 of 100 lbs.
Col. Illwal 10. 21') S. R. Pillendes, Ltd.
PHILIP 110EFUS INCORPOEA- : (9.5 1 ler 5 11). till
TED of 100 P t-t Avi ntte. -New 7
. GO P(T 12 oz. till C'urrei)t ,vlidesalo price at titine of
York, St ite of New York. luive Fiji (d rief 1) delivery lc s dilty.
pliedd for Registration of ()it(, ri-wie and Salted ."M per 1 11).
Alark eollsi 4hl i)f* the l'ollo\vi1Ig:---- Fish pickled .3(o FISH-- Fresh.
IQ PT T W li"'All! Sea-Fouds Traders
I1L:)0plvh;igof 249lbs.
3 U V NVasiwd 2 6. 25 (Wm. Jeffrey).
it) Gh,4 .15 tliat is to sa:,-:- ("j"Zirettes. N I I it e 11.39 f U 2 His. (Pelivercd Ill IllAittitions.) cigars allot tobacco products. Cloir Pork or
Vat B tek .40 Pet- 11). 6ra, I(, 1 30 ( ,(,jits per 11). ("Ieaijed
The Applicants claini fliat t1jeY Be,4- pickled Grade 11 30
have msed the said Tr.ide Arark III oll sAted Cnide 111 25
respect (of thw gaid goods for i),) Potatoes .08
>__ ycars To all Ustitiitions exceptt tlie,
before tho (late of tileir said Applica- Onions .12 Leper Honie).
tion. 1,5 per 22' 11). bar
Eggs .10 (,:tell AdMI"iisli-alor's Office,
Any [wr,,on may withill Aim-niville 2_5 0 per 5 11). till
niontlis from the dato ol-, t1w fij-st Uivd 4 5 11 19,56.
appeavanee of this Advertis( iliint ill
t1le ll I ill Ita. _Vwl r/l/ & 1-Irgill James Pigoit. P .!. Nil. l"W(". lll;3 ,
cqte t th TrmIr,-, Marl:s Alai- 1wr 5 11). ':ill P A]. IN F-A T, 1, 1- f U P J" 'S.
gua, S oimositill-) to of
the ,iid Trade Afiirk. 1.20 5 Central Expl, riiiieTkt Station,
S trdilws 14.20 per carton of A 11 thCU a.
CHM 0. I!YTt0N, I
ReVist)wr of TI-wh, .11fili As. 100- 34 oz. tills Aul'th. ,j "),2. 11) 5:;, 1 1, 1955, i IJ56
.15 pet. till
Bowl' (cwiiied) 2;".00 of -18- Jan. :1 I I .113 3. 0 1 2 1 G 5,15
TPAFFIC NOTI, Z. Pi( Ue(l Nleat- 12 oz. tins Feb. Ll:() I.o2 2j., 1.23
The Vehicles & Road V r a -i c Aless Pork Mar. I ;2 -0;0 1.08 1,40
Ordinance, 10 4 0 'Sl to it] ts 78.00 per 1) a r r e I of
200 lbs. Al)ril 3.1 1 !"06 A9 1.7,-) 3.83
B v virtm, d' Ib(. pro\v, rs -,w',:,red Pi-, Idod Pork Ahly ;o," I _10 1 2.58'
011 of Ill'i V F-11;(.) ,q 1 ilollt"" .-it;
and 16,itd Trilfic 0--diwwo, 1916 Pickled .1jeat- jull'! 7 1 1.:! 1 3.32 IA7 ; 72
(No. 5 ol, ]9tl;) I -h,- \h-'s Pork I W
Pprio I hi_'veilIIll('r lor 01! i'-ditill- of Otller 6,6.()0 per I I i, r r e I of : .21 : .47 4,29
200 lbs. AUITUSL 13 1 5,U: S, 2 -'; 5.57
ul;til hirt1wr witico, tivi li ,Jltinl, Piolded Pork
period of v., diioles diall !w froin t r .38 per 11). sell". 9. 9 1 5_5 9 2.10
5.45 1,.in. fil C1.10 a.111. October 1!1 5 4,62 5. 60 6.58
Dated 06s 31-,r day (if December, Internatiorai House.
19,56. November 19 5.21 1.;, 1 19 '3.34
F_ V. V. J A MES. Al)tilllla Edible
Tiw 6ic 61: '*,2.88 per gallon ill To 29th Dce 1,82 27 3.08 2.33 1.79
12tli Deo-mber, 19156. drunks of .15 gals. 51.14 31.23 12.76 35.79 43.57
Ref. No.: 6!o ()07. Or less.




ar 3, i957] THEANTU UA, TND VII ,61N ISLANDS G-AZETTE 5
THADE JARKS OFFICE, ANTIGUA, l7th Decowher, 1956. LIBBY M(.NEIII, & LIBBY of Cliie;wo, 111inoisi ive -Pplied for R-istration of one Trade.Nklark
'Zonsisting, of' the followiw ,:A
A I
bt6 7-AM4 UF
- X
-in Class 42 that is to say: Canned fools, nalnlv, ho"I" v- 1 jo v k, mitt;,;n wid j)oifltr.,- an(l their 1)roductF, salmon and
S tfinon p uste, soups, fruits, hovvif-, hnttvv 4, kons aild m-lwn-l tlade,s, Ininoempat, sim-hetti,
plurn puddings and cmidensed and evapol-it( -d
The Applicams elaim ,hat they hav, asod dw ,, til Tead" IVAI i!) 1'e-,j)0Ct Of Lhe S;1id gools since 1897 bv.fore the, date of their said Applienti-n.
Any 1,)erson may wit Jn three nxofxth i'r )vn the hte id' Hit- firit ipjxarww' of this Adverti, -m"nt in tho Antigua, Montserrat & bland.9 (1azott(,. ,i iioti --- in hipl;o;tte at the Tntile Marks Office. kntiqua, of
:,opposition to vz gistnation of the said Trade Nlavl .
Cecil 0. Byron,
Htqislrar ol* T),,tdf 11"rks.
Tf,)ADE OFFICE,
ANTMIUA, l7th Dec(,mher, 1956. BENSON & HEDCrES of i00 Virk Ni- V;T1,, t-jte (if Nt-\V2' 'ork,, U.S.A, have applied for
Registration. of one Trade Mark consisting of tho
got
r I L T E R
0 U IECE
m Class 45, that is to say: f.
The Applicants e Iai i i 1 1 in 1 t I i v h t v I v:(" I I I S t, i r I I i I t rk i n ro I i (-of o f th i sai (I i o is f,,r sew n y (mrs before the date of their sAd Apt)li(,-tJoU.
Any person may within tnre- 1wn(hs frwii (I ,e of Ov, fi -t uqwiaanc- of' tli in the
Antigua, Montserrat & I'lands ,iv J1 '111plica!", A tbo 'I'moe '-Nfiwk, Antigua, of
-opposition to registration of 11w Trade boh.
Cecil 0. Byronv
R 'Iqatl aj. ed, T1 elde JT-trik's.




6 TH11 ANIG-UA, VONTSL1 '. Y;: IN' ISLANDS GAZETTE [Januairy 3. 1957.
TRADE MARKS OFFICE, ANTD;UA, 17th D~ecember, 1956 AINGELO) BAB RETO of lias Lf~ K i's apphe for R -g-istration of two Trade -Marks,
Consisting of tho, followving:-~ 4 r77L.I, St B
VV
in Class 43 that is to say: Fermonted Hijiior and] spirits
The Applicant claim thsit lio lias ised tli, said Trade Marks in respect of thje said goods for tenty. irs before the date of hiis said Application.
Any person may within tine- months from th late of the first appearam! of this kdvertist.,mnt ti the ntiqurt Hfw~sevrat Vilyin T'+las1 (i.-:t/". vtnot joe ini dtiplicate at the 'ieMarks Office, AlItigua of opposition to registration of the said Trade NMark.
Cecil 0. Byron,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
Printed at the (io nrnt Prin! ig Office, Antigua. L'(wrd Islauds, by Ei. M. BLACK~MAN, U.'B.E, tGovernnwnt Print er. -BIy A ithotity.
195 T.
[P' 33 cents.]




/
No. 29 of 1956. Development (Pure ae of ANAXGUA
Claremont) Loan,
IL.S.]
aCIO
"1 JAN 1957
I ASSENT,
P. D. MACDONALD, Acting Governor. 11th Deceinber, 1.
ANTIGUA.
No. 29 of 1956.
An Ordinance to authorise the raising of a loan
for an amount of twenty-four thousand dollars to provide part of the funds required
for the purchase of Claremont Estate.
[11h December, 1956] Commencemnent.
WH EREAS it is expedient to raise a loan
of twenty-four thousand dollars for the purpose
specified in the Schedule hereto:
ENACTED by the Legislature of the
Colony of Antigua:1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Development (Purchase of Claremont) Loan
Ordinance, 1956.
2. The Governor is hereby authorised to Authority to
raise a loan of an amount sufficient to produce Governor to
borrow
as nearly as may be the sum of twenty-four $24000o,
thousand dollars and such further sums as may
be necessary to defray the expenses of issue.
2-.7lq?




ANriouA. 2 Development (Purchase of No. 29 of 1056 Claremont) Loaan.
security for 3. The principal moneys and interest loan. represented by the loan issued under the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby charged upon and shall be payable out of the general revenues
and assets of the Colony.
Method ut 4. The loan hereby authorised or any
raising loan. part of it may be raised in London under the s1,5o. provisions of the General 'Loan and Stock
Ordinance, 1950, or, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the said Ordinance, indepenldently of that Ordinance, as the Governor or the Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations actiig on his behalf may decide.
Application of 5. (1) Any sum raised to defray the loan. expenses of issue shall be applied only to that
purpose.
(2) Save as aforesaid, the money to be
borrowed under tlh authority of this Ordinance shall 1)be appropriated anid applied to the purpose
specified in the Schedule hereto.
Constitution 6. (1) If any loan hereby authorised shall F sinbn he issued under the provisions of the General payment of Loan and Stock Ordinnce, 1950, then the contriinterest. bIution to Sinrking Fund as contemplated by the
provisions of sections 14 and 28 of the General Loan and Stock Ordinance, 19~0, as the case may be, shall conmmence in respect of any issue under this Ordinance not later than one year after the date from which the interest on such issue shall
commence to run.
(2) If any loan hereby authorised is raised
independently of the General Loan and Stock Ordinance, 1950, then the following provisions
shall apply:(a) so long as any portion of the loan remains outstanding the Governor shall in each half-year ending with the day on which -the interest on the loan falls due appropriate out of the general revenues and assets of the Colony a sum equal to one ihalf-year's interest on the whole of the loan outstanding




No. 20 of 1956. Development (Purchase of 3 ANTIGt.
Claremont) Loanm.
and shall remit that sum to the Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations at such time as will enable them to pay thereout the then current halfyear's interest on the day on which it falls
due;
' (b) the Governor shall also in each
half-year ending as aforesaid appropriate out of, the said revenues and assets of the Colony for the formation of'a sinking fund for the repayment of the loan at par an additional sum in respect of the total nominal amount of the loan outstanding equal to one-half of the annual contribution to be decided upon by the Governor on the issue of the loan and shall remit that sum to the Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations with the remittance hereinbefore mentioned:
Provided that the said contribution
shall commence not later than one year after the date from which the interest on
the loan shall commence to run;
(c) the aforesaid contribution shall be
not less than such amount as may be determined with the approval of the Secretary of State to be sufficient to
redeem the loan at its due date;
(d) the Croivn Agents for Oversea
Governments and Administrations shall invest so much of the money so remitted to them as aforesaid as shall not be required for the payment of interest for the current half-year in the purchase of such securities as may be approved by the Secretary of State as a sinking fund for the final extinction of the debt and the Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations shall also invest the dividends, interest or produce of such of investments in the purchase of like securities and may from time to time with the approval of the Secretary of State chance




ANTIGUA. 4 Developmenit (Pu rchase of No, 20 of 1956.
Claremont) Loan.
any such investments and shall hold such funds in trust for the repayment of the principal moneys for the time being
represented by the loan;
(e) in case the sinking fund provided for by this Ordinance shall be insufficient for the payment of all the principal moneys borrowed under the authority of this Ordinance at the time the same shall have become due the Governor shall make good the deficiencies out of the general revenues
and assets of the Colony.
ALEc LOVELACE,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this 1st day
of October, 1966.
F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk: of the Council.
SCHEDULE.
Part purchase Claremont Estate $24,000.
ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Offiw, LeAwrd Islands, by EAnL PIGOTT, Acting Government Printer.-By Authority.
1956,
A. 4674-500-1.57. [Price 7 oent,




MONTSERRAT.
STA'ruroity HULEo AND ORDEELS.
19 5 6, No. 2 3.
Tho Animals (Importation) Control Regulations, 19 5 6,
dated July 13, 10 5 6, made by the G ov -rnor in Council under section 14 of the Animals (Diseases and Importation) Ordinance, 1054 (No. 15 of 1954).
1. CITATION. These lteaul:ttlotis iii-ay ho. cited as, the Aidinal, (Iiijp )rttuoti) Coritrol Pogjflatioiis, 1956,
2. INTERITTTATION. For the 1)urlwses of diese Regulat10118aiiiiii-al shall iiot Mclude a fish,
vessel iiieatis any ship, schooner, sloolyboat, or other
floating, craft.
3. INIPORTATION(_)FANIMAL' No,,iiiiiiialsli,,tlll)eililt)orted iwo) the ("oloivy xcqt M accordaiwe Nvitfi(et) the provisioiis of thesc Re(pdatioiis, atid
(h) the tennis o!. a periiiit graiite(i )v the inspector.
4. LANDING OF iVNINIALS. (1) NO-111111.11:11,li:tlll)eltiided atanyj)ort othcrtimn than
11I.Wk6uria, AirfieW.
(2) 'L\()twithstaiiJh)g the provi,-ion of pintgraph (1) of 6iis regulat'oii the InsI)ector rwty in his al)solute discretion grant a prmlit i!l vvritin(r for :iti to 1-T layided,-tslich port or stich :6-r1wwr w)d I il)m-i swb conditIOT)", !IS 11MY he specified iii
(3) Every aiiinial before 1-wiiig latided s1)U11 be subject to hispectimi 1,)y the Inspector who iiriay(a) if Satisfied(i) thit any such aiiiinal is sAvilig froin any disease; or
(11) that ar)v cowfitioti of a perrnit perinitting the Hyiport ttioii ofaiiN such atii)rial bas not )een Cot I I l)li(--d with.
ref use permission for atiy such wilinal to be latided; or




(b) grant permission for any such animal to te
landed either unconditionally or subject to such conditions
as he may impose.
(4) No animal shall be landed without the prior written permission of the Inspector.
5. INSPECTION AND DISINFECTION OF VESSELS AND AmCRAFT CARRYING ANIMALS. Where any vessel or aircraft by which animals are being imported arrives in the Colony, the following provisions shall have effect:(a) The agents or owners of the vessel or aircraft
shall notify the Inspector of the fact that animals are being
imported by such vessel or aircraft.
(b) The master or captain and the agents or owners
of such vessel or aircraft shall afford every facility to the
Inspector for the proper inspection of such animals.
(c) The master or captain <>of such vessel or aircraft
shall take such measures as the Inspector may direct for the cleaning and disiinfection of all stalls and boxes in and of any portion of the vessel or aircraft used for the transportation of animals r e q ii r e ed to be quarantined in accordance with these regulations or with a licence granted
by the Inspector.
6. QUARANTINE OF ANIMALS. (1) Subject to the provisions of regulations 4 and 7 of these. Regulations, an([ if so required by the Inspector, every animal upon being landed in the Colony shall be removed by such means, in such manner and subject to such conditions as the Inspector may direct to a quarantine depot approved by such Inspector and for the purpose of quarantine and kept in quarantine for such period as the Inspector may direct.
(2) The release from quarantine of any animal shall be subject to and dependent upon the result of re-inspection and of any diagnostic examination and any tests which tile Inspector may deem necessary to employ for the detection of the disease.
(3) Notwithstanding the expiry of the period of quaran. tine (directed by the Inspector under paragraph (1) of this regulation no animal shall be removed from any quarantine depot without the prior written permission of the Inspector and such permission may be either unconditional or subject to such conditions as may be secified,




(4) The expenses of and incidental to the keeping in quarantine of an animal shall be borne bV the consignee of such animal.
(5) Every animal shall be kept in quarantine at the risk of the consignee.
(6) When any animal while in quarantine in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations develops or, in the opinion of the Inspector, shows symptoms of any disease the spread of which would endanger the health of live-stock in the Colony, such animal may, with the approval of the Governor, he destroyed without payment of coin pensation.
7. SAVING. The provisins of such of these Regulations as relate to the importation of animals shall not apply to any animals (other than dogs or cats) imported by or on behalf of the Government of Montserrat.
8. DoGS AND CATs. (1) No dog or cat shall be imported into the Colony unless such dog or cat is imported directly from one of the countries specified in the First Schedule to these Regulations.
(2) No dog or cat so imported shall be landed in the Colony unless there is produced to the inspector in respect thereof a certificate, purporting to be giveir by the appropriate authority mentioned in regulation 21 of these Regulations stating that such dog or cUt is in good health and free from any symptoms of infectious or contagious disease and that there has been no rabies among unquarantined dogs, cats or.other animals in the country from which such dog or cat was exported during the six months immediately preceding the exportation of such dog or cat from such country.
(3) No dog or cat so imported shall be landed in the Colony if it has been in contact during the period of transportation with any other dog or cat other than a dog or cat(a) in respect of which a certificate referred to in
paragraph (2) of this regulation has been given;
(b) which has been released from quarantine in any of
the countries specified in the First Schedule to these Regulations as being in good health and free from rabies or any
other infectious or contagious disease.
9. HIIORSES. (1) No horse shall be imported into the Colony unless such horse is imported directly from one of the countries specified in the Second Schedule to these Regulations,




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(2) No horse shall be landed in the Colony unless there is produced to the Inspector in respect thereof a certificate pu porting to be given by the appropriate authority mIeitioned inl regulation 21 of these Regulations and stating that the country from which such horse was exported(a) is free from foot and mouth disease; or
(b) if such country is not free from foot and mouth
disease, that the area from which such horse originated and through which it was transported to the port of enmbarkation is free from foot and mouth disease; and
(c) that such horse was healthy and free from infectious
disease;
(d) that such horse has been subjected to the Mallein
test from Flanders or Farcy with negative results;
(e) that so far as it has been possible to ascertain no
case of dourine (mal du coit), mal de caderas, glanders, farcy, epizootic lymphangitis, ulcerative lymiphangitis, influenza, infectious equine anemia, eneephalemnyelitis or mange has occurred in the stables or on the premises where such horse was kept during the thirty days prior to the
date of export.
(3) For the purposes of this regulation horses "includes mares, mules, donkeys and zebras.
10. CATTLE, SHEEP AND GOATS. (1) No cattle, sheep or goat shall be imported into the Colony except any such animal is imported directly from one of the countries speiefied in the Third Schedule to these Regulations.
(2) No cattle so imported shall be landed in the Colony unless there is produced to the Inspector in respect thereof a certificate, purporting to be given by the appropriate authority mentioned in regulation 21 of these Regulations, and stating that any such cattle(a) is physically sound, in good health, and free of
symptomsof paratutberculosis (Johne's Disease) and other
infectious diseases;
(b) has passed negative to an intradermal tuberculin
test within ten days prior to the date of shipment;




(c) (i) has rdct e d ,gtatively to thie serurm.agglutination test for Brwiosis within thirty days prior to the date
of shipment: or
(ii) has been inoculated with Brucella abortus
vaccine (Strain 19) when between four and eight months of age and within three ye rs
prior to the date of shipment; or
(iii) has reacted negatively to the sernm-agglutination test for Brucellosis and has subsequently and within fourteen da, s of such negative reaction been inoculated with Brueella abortus vaccine (Strain 19) when over eight months of agie and within three years prior to the date of shipment; or
(iv) having been previously vaccinated with Brucela abortus vaccine (Stiain19)has been re-vaccinated within three years of the previous vaccination, and within th re years prior to the date of shipment.
(3) No sheep so imported shall be landed in the Colony unless there is produced to the Inspector in respect thereof a certificate, purporCing to he given by the appropriate authority mentioned iu regulation 21 of these Iegulat ions; and stating that within ten days prior to shi)mient such sheep is physical soand, in good health and free from infectious or contagious disease.
(4) No goat so imported shall be landed in the Colony unless there is produced to the Insp ector in respect tiere(f a certificate, purporting to he given by the appropriate authority menti onied in regulation 21 of these egulaios, and stating that any such goat(a) has passed negative to an intradernal tuberculin
test within ten days prior to the date of shipment:
(b) is free from Brucellosis as indicated by a negative reaction to the serumagglutimiation test for that
disease;
(c) is physically sound, in good health, and free of
indications of infectious diseases including Tokosis.




(5) No cattle, sheep or goat shall be larded in the Colony unless there is produced( to the Inspector in respect thereof a certificate purporting to be given by the appropriate authority mentioned in regulation 21 of these Regulations, and stating that the country from which such cattle, sheep or goat was exported(a) is free from foot and mouth disease; or
(b) if such country is not free from foot and mouth
disease, that the area from which such cattle, sheep or goat originated and through which it was transported to the port of embarkation is free from foot and mouth
disease.
11. PiGs. (1) No pig shall be imported in the Colony except any such pig is imported directly front one of the countries specified in the Fourth Schedule to these Regulations.
(2) No pig shall be landed in the Colony unless there is produced to the Inspector in respect thereof a certificate, purporting to be given by the appropriate authority mentioned in regulation 21 of these Regulations, and stating that such pig originated from a herd where no infectious diseases of swine has existed for thirty days prior to the date of shipment of such pig.
(3) No pig shall be landed in the Colony unless there is produced to the Inspector in respect thereof a certificate purporting to be given by the appropriate authority mentioned in regulation 21 of these Regulations, and stating that the country from which such pig was exported(a) is free from foot and mouth disease;
(b) if such country is not free from foot and mouth
disease, that the area from which such pig originated and through which it was transported to the port of
embarkation is free from foot and mouth disease.
12. RABBITS, GUINEA PIGS, TURTLES AND CAGIED BIRiS.
(1) No rabbit, guinea pig, turtle or caged bird shall be imported into the Colony from any of the countries specified in the Fifth Schedule to these regulations.
(2) The provisions of paragraph (1) of this regulation shall not be deemed to apply to any turtle native to any of the countries specified in the Fifth Schedule to these Regulations which is caught alive near the coast of the Colony and which is imported into the Colony only for use in any aquarium.




13. MONKEYS. No monkey shall be imported into the Colony.
14. CARCASSES OF CATTLE, PIGS, SHEEP AND GOATS. (1) No fresh carcass, whether frozen or chilled, nor any cured or pickled carcass, of any cattle, pig, sheep or goat or any portion of any such carcass shall be imported into the Colony except such carcass or portion thereof is imported(a) directly from any of the countries specified in
the Sixth Schedule to these Regulations; and
(h) in accordance with the terms of a permit
granted by the Inspector.
(2) The provisions of paragraph (1) of this regulation shall not apply to(a) any importations made by or on behalf of the
Govern ment of Montserrat; or
(b) any cooked or sterilized meat imported in
hermetically sealed containers.
15. FoI)DER AND) LiETTER. (1) No fodder or litter shall be imported into the Colony except(a) directly from any of the countries specified in
the Seventh Schedule to these Regulations; and
(h) in accordance with the terms of a permit
granted by the Inspector.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (1) of this regulation, no fodder or litter imported from Great Britain shall be landed in the Colony unless there is produced to the Inspector in respect thereof a certificate of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries stating that the area from which such fodder or litter originated and the district through which it was transported to the port of shipment are free from foot and mouth disease.
16. )DuN,:. (1) No dung (other than the excrements of birds) shall be imported into the Colony.
(2) The provisions of paragraph (1) of this regulation shall not apply to any dung which is contained in any box or crate in which any animal is law fully imported into the Colony.




17. ITSED OR SiAON).\D-4IAND ANIMAL PLANKIIS, SADDLE
CiLO'eS7 FE LTI NG' P ADS, ETCl. (1I) No used or second-1hand animal blanket, saddle cloth, felting pad oi' ot her similar
article shall be importedI into thle Colonly.
(2) The provisions or para--raph J~) oif thmis regulation
shl ot apply ii any su chi or; idies which ncuminpny and
forn part Or ieo eloil*i,- or' i!IdiVidliAlI acvol recent of any
dmini la~ fully itaported into the Coloityii such articles
were new at the tilme of shipment.
18, USED OIZEOD-Ai ANIMAL. THAI1INGS. No
used or second-hand harness, saddle-, halter, reinrrt
rope, yoke, chain or other traipili, shall -be landedl in the Colour Unless such trlppiuIs shall 'first be treated by the Inspector with anlnel rd ap proved by file Inspector, at thle risk of the, person to hi'oi smji t wrapping is consigned
before deli verY L I I consig,.nev.
1.SEMEN AN 1) I'l oLOGICAL eo.I'T.()N smn
of' any animal shall be1w 111)01 ld into t he Colony except, in accordance with thle termus o a lpermnit granted hy the
Inspector.
(2) No biological prodcl(e pieparedi from animal tissues
intended for use inl Veteriary medicine shall he imported into the (2olonv except iii accordance li ith the terms of a
permit granted by the fwnspector.
(3) [n this reguflatiLon biological. products includes
any substance coin muoifN known is lhorniones,, vaccines, sera, toxins, antitoxins, andl antigens itenled for use( ill thme
practice of VeterinarY medicine.
20. AUTHETI'~iit x'ION OF~ C rWu'rrn ,'ES. \\here under
-ny of these Regi.nhtiow; ns certificate is mre e to 1he pro-dluced. to the inspector such certificate shall purport t,, be
g-iven
(a) in the case of G reat lkritlaiii, by the Ministry
of Agriculture and Fisheries.
(b) in the eaise of Northern Ireland, by thle Al irlitry
or Agriculture;
* (c) iii the ('Tt5 ol the el'VjUl1C Of 1I rlMMl. hrV thE)
IDepartinit of Agvriculture;
(d ill thel caske of hrya. the Dl~itent of
(e) i t Ite ease of, tte Lii S~tetoz of ueia
by the Bureau of Animal Industry; amid




(f) in the case of the British Caribbean Territories,
by a Government Veterinary Officer.
21. PENALTY. Any person who contravenes or fails to comply with any provision of these Regulations, or with any order, instructions or condition lawfully made, given or imposed, by any person under the authority of these Regulations, shall be guilty of an offence against these Regulations and shall be liable for each such offence on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding two hundred and forty dollars or to imprisonment for any term not exceeding three months.
22. RESCISSION. The Regulations and Orders set out in the Eight Schedule to these Regulations are hereby rescinded.
Made by the Govenor in Council the 13th day of July, 1956.
Js. H. CARROTT,
Clerk of the Council.




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FIRST SCHEDULE. (Regulation 8.)
Great Britain Northern Ireland Republic of Ireland Jamaica
St. Kitts-Nevia-Anguilla Barbados.
SECOND SCHEDULE. (Regulation 9)
Great Britain Northern Ireland Republic of Ireland Canada
United States of America Jamaica
Leeward Islands Windward Islands Trinidad and Tobago
THIRD SCHEDULE. (Regulation 10)
Great Britain Northern Ireland Republic of Ireland Canada
United States of America Jamaica
Leewards Islands St. Lucia St. Vincent Barbados
FOURTH SCHEDULE. (Regulation 11)
Great Britain Northern Ireland Republic of Ireland Canada
United States of America Jamaica
St. Kitts Barbados
FIFTH SCHEDULE. (Regulation 12.)
Trinidad and Tobago Any country foriiing part of the Continent of South
America.




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SIXTH SCHEDULE. (Regulation 14.)
Great Britain
Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
Canada
New Zealand
Australia
United States of Americat
British Caribbean Territories.
SEVENTH SCHEDULE. (Regulation 15)
Great Britain
Canada
United States of America
British Caribbean Territories
Cyprus.
EIGHT SCHEDULE. (Regulation 22.
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1957,
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VIRGIN ISLANDS.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 40A.
The Interpretation and General Clauses (Extension of term
"Governor" ) (Exceptions) Order, 1956, dated 15th December, 1956, made by the Governor under subsection (3) of section 2 of the Interpretation and General Clauses Act. 1955 (No. 12/1955)
as amended.
WHEREAS by subsection (3) of section 2 of the Interpretation and General Clauses Act, 1955 (No. 12/1 955) as amended, it is provided that whenever in any Act passed by the General Legislature of the Leeward Islands or in any Ordinance having effect in the Colony on the first day of July, 1956, or in any Ordinance passed thereafter, the expression "Governor appears, save as otherwise expressly provided or implied in such Act or Ordinance and except, when in the case of any such Act, the Govirnor by Order published in the gazette declares otherwise, that expression shall be deemed to include the officer for the time being administering the Goverament of the Colony:
AND WHEREAS it appears to me expedient to declare that the expression" Governor" when used in the Acts specified in the Schedule shall not be deemed to include the officer for the time being administering the Government of the Colony:
NOW, THEREFORE, I, PATRICK DONALD MACDONALD, a
Companion of the Most distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Acting Governor and Commander in Chief of the Leeward Islands and Vice Admiral of the same, in exercise of the power conferred by the said subsection, and all other powers me thereunto enabling, do hereby declare and orderas follows:1. Citation. This Order may be cited as the Interpretation and General Clauses (Extension of the term Governor ) (Excep* tions) Order, 1956.
.2 Interpretation. In this Order" Schedule" means the Schedule to this Order.
3. Declaration. The term "Governor" when used in the Acts specified in the first column of the Schedule in the sections set out in the second column of the said Schedule which relate to the matters mentioned in the third column thereof shall not be deemed to include the officer for the time being administering the Government qf the Colony.
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Schedule.
Short title, chapter Section Matter in relation to which
or number and year power conferred.
Magistrate's Code of Appointment of Magistrates
Procedure Act (Cap. 61) 6 and Additional Magistrate.
Aliens Land Holding Regula- 4 Licences to aliens to hold land or
tion Act (Cap. 76) mortgages.
8 Licences to aliens to hold directorships, shares or debentures..
9 Right to deal with forfeited shares
or debentures.
14 Restriction on trusts in favour
of aliens.
Undesirable Persons Expul- 3 Making of expulsion orders.
sion Act (Cap. 79)
4 Expulsion order where expedient
for peace and good order of Colony.
5 Enforcement of expulsion order.
6 Authorisaation of arrest and (deportation.
7 Rfvocation of expulsion order.
10 Notice of appeal.
19 Allowing expenses of comforming
with expulsion order. 20 Revocation etc. not to have retrospective effect.
Commissions of Inquiry Act 2 Appointment of commissions of in(Cap. 116) quiry.
3 Filling vacancy on commission etc.
6 Appointment of secretary.
7 Report of commissioners and statement of proceedings.
15 Remuneration of commissioners
and( secretary.
Trade Disputes (Arbiiration 3 Report of trade dispute and refand Inquiry) Act (No. 17/1939) erence to arbitration.
6 Publication of award.
7 Interpretation of award.
8 Appointment of Board of Inquiry
into trade disputes or industrial conditions.
9 Report of Board and publication.
12 Restriction on publication of comnIent.
14 Appointment of officers and servanits.
15 Expenses.
Supreme Court Act 4 Appointment of Commissioners.
(No. 20/1939)
Extradition Act 2 Extradition of fugitive criminals,
(No. 5/1946)




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Made by the Governor this 15th day of December, 1956.
P. D. MACDONALD.
47100203. Acting Governor.
PrInted at the Government Printing office, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
E. M. BLACKMAN, M.B,E', Government Printer.-By Authority.
1956.
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