p- 'i 'IL
- ----- --Noie s.Gallaway, r-rs. L., Staff Nir,-(-. Iol- GAZETTEL ITNDEX
bet-toni 1 IisnAi, A ntipg'ni. i-es igned.
Official Representattion at Pembe~rton, .. !'.0. C1. 111. to, he li(* TeIdxt Vl XXVo
Giaa eleaeis (1 it, 1N:,t Ot1ico. Antil-iia. / lsj/l.awoi (ru "lii.--f for the period
Celebration I JO. st January to 30th June, 1956, is
The 1Hon. N". C. ii, Aliiiister for Stevenq, C. MVcA.. ('olleehor of ~Oi-circulated with this issue. Tradet andl w).Jii il lw le h -a n toi,--. AntOIlia, iIO4 iod. Anttigua onl 22nd I 'elrna ,V., 19.57, to Re.No .C :/5-1.Oct. 16~ 1 tor) attend the elebiatiol o(f ("hana NA..i/i ILStatement of Currency Note
Indepfindene. which is (hie to talz:< N .-- Circulation in the British
place in A cera fr-on :4-6 toj 10th Caribbean Tlerritor-ies (EastM-arch, as the o~tfioial roprcssorative TieAh ie(o erior this Ila ern Group) on 1st February,
of the (invernnen of An tioii'a. been pleased to assent to tie un der- 19657.
nientioe omi ihia: e ,:- Average circa ulation duing iDecemSi. .]&hos, Bi"-i slfs ,r. C ar-ib bean Colli- $
Aniulua. No). 3t o i9,57, "'le Allpt-opria- Notes 61 .1261,065.00
22nd i'Cbruliar, 1957. tion Ordiance, I 957.'' Feb. '21 D)emionizetd Gov't.
I ef. -N -o. -A. 65 Chil? ',f~'tf i nly ; Nties outstanding 1,132,544.00
Canadian Government Trade .10///a 62,393,609.00
Commissioner. f2t% 1>,c,~ *B.aribbemi Currency Notes in
The ( 'aniadian Depiartmnirt 41 Trade RfN, circiilatie'I oni Ist Fe lr1ary, 19,57:
anid Commiiiec hac- annomineed the N o. 25. S)
app~ointmen-ut of ]Ur. Roy WiLAM T'rhifad & Tohag-o -. 27,692,63~7.00
BLAKE as Canadian Giovernment The following Blh I which iro to be Bai lailo. ... 5,837,625.)00
Trade Co-,inisson(r ,it Poirt (f Spain. introduced into the Legislative (ouncil Biih(nali ..1;15,4 0 Trinidad. All'u. I3LAIKE, -Whon is4 now of Anitigua are circulated with this Grenada ... 2,070,100.00
Commercial Secretary tM-lre aet n ompr hro: St. Vincent ... 449,400.00
will replace M\r. [). II% LAtVh}ITO N, "~ The Pensions Act (Amiendiment) St. Lucia ... I ,034,000.00
-A,11 i s being transferred. Mr. Or-dinance, 1957.'" Domnica ... 1,47 9,100.004
BLAKE. accompanied hYv his wife and -Thle Beach Protec'tioni Ordinanice, Antigna .. 2,035,300.00
twoi sols, is expectedl to 'iy'e '11 1957." St. Kitts ... 1,589.500.0
Port of Sp~itowards the Clmi of _______ Montserrat ... 342,905.00
March No. 26. TotlBr. Caribbean
Mr. BLA KE-)S terIrit u-c. inl addition Thle following Ordinances and Cuarrency Notes ... 59,289,308.00 to) Trinidadl, will include Barbados. Statutory Rules and Orders are cir- tihe Windward and Leeward Islands, culated with this Gazette and formy Demonetized Trinidad British Guiana. Dutch ( lulana. French part thereof:- an/I Tobago Gov't.
(Th1[ianla amd the Fretch West hIdies. Notes outstanding .. 772,082.00
ORDINANCE8 Demonetized Br.
AdmLos)-4,o,-.'()li'.Montserrat. Guiana Gov't.
Aoiqe.No. 19 of 19.56, -Tho ehce and Notes outstanding ... 281,162.00
23rd Fcbruary, 1 957. Road Tpraffi c (Amendmnt) Ordi- Demonetized Barbados
Ref. T.P. 77/2-S mince, 19.56." 11 pp. Price 13 cent s Gov't. Notes
outstanding ... 72,540.00
Virgin Islands. --No. 23. No. 13 of 1956, -Thp General Total demonetized
Loan and Stock Ordinance, 19.56." Government Notes
Appointmnemits and transfers etc., 12 pp. Price 14 cetits outstanding ... 1,125,784.00
in t ime public ser-vice, with eff'ect f rom No. 2 of 1957, 'The EnactmentToaciultnol the datf-s stated. are published for (Leeward Islands Acts) Ordinane, Tot ciruba., on5 ..6,15020
general iinformatiom :- 1957.'' 6 pp. Price 8 ceuits 1tFe.,95 -604,920
Bailey, Mrs. R. F., Staff Nor-se. Ilol- STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS. L. Spimcim,
berton H hospital, Antigua, retired A ntijqua. British Ca ribbecin
on account of marriage. May S No. 4 of 1957, The Wor-knen's Currency Board.
Beazer, S. E., P.O. Cl. 11, Barbuda, Compeinsation (Prescribed Diseases) Br-it ish (Caribbean Currency Bonird,
retired. Jan, 3 Order, 1957." 2 'pp. Price 4 entW 7Trea.Rury Chambers.
No. 7 of 1957, -"The Vehicles and Port of Spain.
Dyett, J., to be P.O. Ci. 1, Holberton Road Traffic (Anmendment) Regula- Trinidad B3. T. [L
H-ospital, Antigua. ,Jan. I tions, 1957. 1 pp Price 3e. Ref, No. 2 1100087.
41 TH I,,' A NJIGUA- MONNERRX.r AND *Tj I' ('J' ISLANDSS [FO)rmtry '-,S, 1957.
Statement showing It", J, 'Jitean Coin (_)FFl(*',, wheo t1lo floors will I)e fntni 9.00
Circulation in the Caribbean k, :t.m. 1,() 12 noon.
Territories (Eastern st BTtJTJ-,'1I Vll ,i:TN 1 1, A N ; )S.
A- n N, 1 t r 4, ) I In I v w i [ 11 i. I I I %v t I, tatlis February, 1957. 119.57. !
frnm Tiit- lhte oi this Over:- eillent Average eireniation dtiriiw ivt 31 qice to tl e rt t ,osi1) ceinher, 1956 95, 7 75. 00 (4 New tioll tile 1. 11111e of i c, f;v of
,rrini&ati & Tobago ]_25 1, 1 "P.00 of Ili )unds
vt, for ref ;",_ iloll 11POD all
11 12 .5, 01 f I I j I I 1 t c I i o I I 10 o
k eoi Hnt,
Guhma tra to 'rant
of tlv f t) i I "v olp
(4 renada 18 9 0
Q ,V hlc -I it 88.100.00
150. ""AVE 24, b d:t 1957
A niilma 1.000.00
6 :5 0. 0 11
I s '70.00
In Uw 3-upreine Court of the Executive lolxlni) ,S]OW F,
"W 7,%Thidward Islands a7ad
Br. C tribi)e n CtlrrelloN Bozlrd. ce-ward Islands.
Port of Spain, CiTcuit Court Notice.
Ref. No. 24,100087. p1w, M OUTH PIECE NNOTICE 1.8 Mi:REBY given that
in of R'nhs inadellythe
"MASOM a N ML41U 9W Y@RK V j -J' I f the
TiAME ?NIA11KII OFFU',E, an 1'.-eward IsTonrrof,_ lalldk Cl llj.ts Ordor in tillede, 1939,
Bjjjjj ii rzfrdt
VIMUN iSTANDS. fl ru 5 F oil Hie 'Liv Of, 1941,
24tl) Janwirt,% I 1! 7. 4 O
U !Ie tit I,).(- eiect d for t1i" "J'ting T. H. Ott., 14, 1 -1
TED. of' 6,201 Park A 1,!iu;,, of (hl ("ourf ill tlle CilCanada, )j(,1I1eII1jjtt J):kee 'ai)p)4 kl ictr ill CLlss -1-5. 11):'t is to 4,arettos. (1, llit appoillt('d kie undernienIt tioneri !;tv on whiitli die t-risoing,
1 4!gislrafion ol two Tni, Wti'ks Th,. Appii -ao s cj:tim tli it ibt. ('irotiit t4iall At in thH Colony, that
collAsting of tlie 1, liavo used the l,,Ad Tratk- M'ark i y is !;) av11
respect of the said goo(Is for seven Oo -4onday file 4th day of March,
years Iwfor- Ole dat- of' tli,,-ir said D 1'457. at 10.00 o'clocIc in the fore;Lpplicatioll.
k i i I JIL
(2) Any por;oa maY Nviffiin three F. 0. U. HARMS,
irionths froin date of fits first Hoilislrwr.
Montst-I rat Circuit.
appear.mit- (I' iiw kdverik( inent in the Antigem, Jitmi8pwrai (m,4 Virrji)i Ollie("
'Jv ootico io dapli- t;iw ,.,,, rrat, cate at (lit, ral,- dalks Oliico, British lltii 1957. V -gill 1,tl, ofls of oppos
it iti, Il !0 rogistration of i 'I i- ait I Trade Mark; M Ill 5. t.
Tlw(ic .-ations nre invited from suitably
'ied cav -or appointment
ual" ndidaies if
to the post of Collector of Customs,
VIRGIN ISLANDS St. Vincent, particulars of which
are as follows:The Registration of' Unitett Kingdom
in cltss, 42, that is to say: ;- ubstaiices Patents Act, 1925. Appointment
used as food or as in-redient, it) food. NOTWE IS IIERE13Y GIVEN that Ti)(t post i.- at pres.eiit non-pensionThe Applicants claim tbat they BlOCHEC.ME GESEU.SCH kFT mit able, blit stept, at-, being takell to
III BESCIJRANf, TNI 11,11F]"UM' of declare it p -nsioiiable. Tile appointhave usod the said Trwle %rks T
un( I, T.yrot, Atistria. luive applied respect of tlv said goo(k lor fifty- for registr ltioll (if Un I itf, l Kimfdoin nient earrit-s with it tliv liabilit v to sevell ye lrs before fliv datt, of, tileir tr tllsker to Illy post of' c(lilivalent
Patent Nn, 731*13 2 dau-d Ow 92nd day Its tb I I'le Windwari TsI;mds.
said Application. of April, and issut-d tht, l6tli wi it t
The Otfic-i- will 1) _- suhj-ct to the Any person may witliin th roc NovCMbor, 1955, ant I llavo fil, d at Olt, Colonial H -,giflwions, O,,noral Oirderg months froin dw dAo of lhe lirst Registrir's Ollic-, at Uo;td. Town, and Firl:111citil tlld Stoj",4 Rules of the
appearance of tli Adveriiscui ,nt in Tortola, a oninplete copy of' die speei- Wituiw o.d Islands, fill- ilit- tilue the An1ipia, Afon1srrr,,t m)fj TTj' 12'p' fications and the Certificate of the bein l in for -e, in so far ;t, tliey are Islands Gazette, give notic- it) dn* li_ Comptroller Geiwral of t1te United applic:11fle.
, 11 Kingdoin Patoiit Offico (,ivi full cate at (lie Tratle Mark,; Offico, Brits I
vir-ill kJan'Is oF oppw iti o to re"i,_ of this I"went wl icl) will
T Salary ard Allowances
trat!;),l ot, ltt s;jid Tradc Mnrks. be open to public i!l, .p'clion at fit(said office, .tt ativ "iln." botvreeiri I lie Tit,- Itf, tll po"t 11 1110 ntto 14. Am- x BvssoN, hours of 9.00 ;t.1y). aild ;,I. ,IOPIn.oll of' pt'l. ;t;I111111) ( r, scale
Tt'eyisbwrol Trade Marks. working), davs exoopt on Saturdays 13"'0, Ous ;oitlitioll
_I i-,,NLT[Gt: MONTSIf,111nr CN D VI I tG' IN IJND: GAZETTE 4
of 2o' and Taxation if, will b, t ,luireA to tali part. iri
subsist-two allo dances a',, p!i, in
aecortiaiic with. looal 2, it offii are !iahlti; imposed by [ow d 11-,,gi- Ft iVill !dsfo tw tO
Duties nm I)(, ;1,
w iil w r1-.,,it,,n,,i1df,,, for 24vinL, 'Id! liariii-liku-'s
the w,,n,,iA md 'ers: al Ve nnt llrotration TA- kllisloioi l :W, 1- lit" Itild t).%- "Wo r t S
I i 1. :[;)(11d to
Dippart Wj i ;I -1--liev, NV i il d w (I
of Ulf Leave: 1), dii-in 4 :kl :AHing to t;%t a ,i 1"I
He will al,41 I of 7.
Reghitr tr ot' :m, the i 2 noi, i t 11 si i
em iozus iro ill J'wol Il
Qualifications o"iindidatf-; for ;l'olm"'d- lo(,;Il Golli-ral
A ll int;T'natH Ifie pl) ;t 4)"
M attOrS ;' -laLillll if) elolO As"I'llis Grammar S. Genera' AVirmation: "ftict r
-w ork- Id bu:*;11, 'S.- 1) 1 .)7 i ;
t- 0 whiel. ar as follows: \vill he ",ui ,A [(i tli Col, ii'tl
knowledge of the dlities 7 U e lalions, the'Windwari
.Rogistral, of 'Shiloping. 'en
Appointment: The po:it is oil I lie cial and Stw- the lo(I.Al G. -,r.d
Quarters permanent, md pensioriablt. establish- Order, "I'd ill,
Quarters are, noi, itroviiied. ineia and the appointoleiii, ior(ie froll) tllll,.a 1') ti?1w. ("C)vernnoo Ilt
officials trt, if) tw :itioii iialws(A
witli i-c liability to transfer to all)- post I I i
Passages of el'illiv:i1ent status in tho Win, I \,,,a rd by loc,,il enactments.
Free iii-st-clags jm; sagi to St. I s la! l 41,4. A !mlicationomz colltaillill(, blil vtrtiVincew will he Provided or the
officer, iiis wife and elfflOrell: ('4ildren 2. Salary: The salary is ill tile Aould bf, miler 16 yearA of seale ,,I ,,3.640 ,, 120-,,4,"-)(;0 plus lwn- "I'l-lence i)i applicalit. ',llotd ( be
forwardod to Ow CI);(,f
iiiiniarried aio[ fl-wiident on th(11 SiOII'L 40 irty addition 4 20"' of s.tlary.
Th- p(Ani of, utility into tll(, S"'al. will jSj1w;ls, (,remlda
b t b) dt- (Mri- him noL latfr Oiaij 316t )Jiu-( h, D.W.
Ref. Xo A, C. 1'iM -111.
Leave and Leave Passages didaii-,'s qualification and exiwriflnce.
Vacation le;iN- (,n Nit *Ikry will
Qualifications Required: Degrof
'be grank-d at tho, r:ih ji -15 per AIN I, L if I UR ErS
Illaxi- in of a reet)--tikod ('iiiversitv.
mum 01, 180 davs- Centxal Station
4. Duties- 0111 --' appooilltod will -i- n a.
Leave passages will l), pr4,vided ia bol rekjuirt d to teaoh Cheiuistry and
accordance with lcwal j,, giilations. Phy,,ics to Ifi-lier Sellool Certificate Atonti, 195.5. 19,57.
January 1.93 3A4 2.16 5.! 5 3A 6
St,-oidard awl Suporvise a school of Medical Attention 260 ho.vg: Knowledge of Gaines an(i To Feb. 23 1.02 2.33 .11 1 15 2.23,
Free niedical attention anil rnodi- all (aher f xtra-(-nrricul,lr activities 6 0
,ines are. not provided. assoolaleil with i
46 THE ANTJGUA.,, AU.NTSEI21AT AND) VIR~GIN ISLz\ND)S GrAZFTTE [February 2"1, lIYT
Revised List of Persons registered under the Midwives' Ordinance No. 7 of 1951. for the Colony,
of Mon tLerrat, as at 19 th February, 19 57.
Serial No'. Nante. Address.
1. (3) Alleni, Clemence Mary Elizabeth C letidon Ii ospital
2. (9) Barzey, Cathierine (Mrs.) nee itvan Cork Hill
3. (16" tframbh E,] Mibth (left Colony) Cleridon I i spitil
4. (24) Buffoi)-, Catberilit St. (i-eor,es l
a.(29) ilromie, Diana Iaker 1.111
6.(1) Cadogan. Lillian, (Mrs,.) P1 vmoutih
7. () Clarke, Kathleen (left Colony) rrs
8. (13) Clarke, Catherine (10W Mrs. Gtnrnbs) GlC111 icdnIIhospitrd
f). (1) Edwardls, Wiifrd St. Jo111
10(. (22) Frih ( kCtherinie (Mrs.) (left Colory) sml in
11. (2 6) Fentoii ( Iharlot e u
12. (25) Greenaw~ay, L'onork Adina (Mrs.) I nfrim ir
13. (28) cGreeria~a'y, Ilary (\L Irs.) St. Jolm,
14. (15) 4 reni C,(atherie (IM rs.) iiee Straker ( idiiopid
15. (20) (31 ilh 1 urili (Mrs.) p I Il i
16. (27) Isle ,, I 4emior I eresa i mlouti
17. (118) Lee, N-1-ar Susarnnah (Iordon (leFt Colony) II u is 18. (23) Coope!-, Mavy(r. nee Osbornie Lietliel
19. (17) Piper, Verna, (Mrs.) (left ColnY) Bethel
20. (19) Philflip, Verai Nelithia H arri),,
21. (31) Ponle. -Rosie (left Colony) St. Patrick's
22. (11) Richardlson, rm (left Colon)I Gkhudo! Llospitit
2,3. (14) Roache, Katherinle St. Patri(k's
24. (7) Frewin, Beryl Gerralline (left C-,olony) PI'rnotith
25. (21) Tub -t, Rtosanna Bothel
'26. (12) WVade, Cathierline (lendorin Hospital
27. (8) Warner, Susan (Mlrs.) ( Ilenidon Hospital
28. (2) White, Sarahi (11mis.) t Peter
29. (10) Griffithi Dom,; 01r.. nee Williamns (left Colony I ') -Plymnotht
30. (30) Wyke, Elizabeth (Mrs.) Silal
.J. 11. L. BRzowNEi,
Secretary, Jl'Iiduires' Board.
Ref. M. 65iA8-111.
Printcd at the Government Printing Offioe, Antig'ua, Leeward TIlnds, by E. M. BLACKMIAN, M.E.E, Goveirnmnent Priater.-13y Authority.
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No. of 1957. Pensions Act (Amendment). ANTIGUiA.
No. of 1957.
An Ordinance to amend further the Pensions Act,
[1st July, 1956] Commencement.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony of Antigua.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Pensions Act (Amendment), O'rdinance, 1957, and shall be read as one with the Pensions Act, 1947, 12/1947, as amended, hereinafter called the Principal Act. 12/19487/1953, 4/1956, 61/956,
S.R. & 0. 1956
2. Section 3 of the Priucipal Act is hereby Amendment amended by the substitution of the words "Legis- of section 3 of native Council" for the words "General Legislhiture th Principal wherever they occur in the said section.
8. Section 4 of the Principal Act is hereby Amendment amended by the deletion of the words "or Presiden- of section 4 of ithe Principal vies" in the marginal note thereto. Act.
ANTiGmuA. 2 Pensins Act (A nendmienI). No. of 1057.
Commqnca- 4. T'his Ordinance shall be deerned to huve
nen. come into force oil the 1st day of July, 1956.
Passed the L~gidttive Council this
day, of 1957.
Clerk of the Council.
OBJECTS AND REASONS.
The object of this Bill is to Fimend the Pensions Act, 1917 by substituting the words LegisLtive Council (mleaning the Legislative Council of Antigna) for the words Generl Legislatture "' and tho dieletio n of the words "'or, Presidencies" in a mnarginal 1note; the (ierteral Legislature "' znd Presidencies" hvin cesed to exist on the 1st July, 1956 bN the "defederation of the Leeward Islunds Colony.
Actinq Attorney General.
31st January, 1957.
Pritd at the, Government Priniting~ 011iuw Antigua, Letward Islands,
by E. M. BLICKMAN, GovernT11ent Printer--y Authority, 1957~
A 47162-30-2.57. Price 4 cents,,
No. of 1957. Beach Protection. ANTIG UA.
No. of 1957.
An Ordinance to control the removal of any sand,
stone, shingle or gravel from any beach or
seashore in the Colony.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony of Antigua.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as 'the Short title. Beach Protection Ordinance, 1957.
2. In this Ordinance- Interpretatiou.
"authorised officer "Imeans any police officer
or other person duly appointed as such by the Colonial Engineer by a notification published ini the Gazette and in one or more newspapers circulating in the
ANTIGUA. 2 Beach 'rotecton. No. of 1957.
"building or construction purposes includes the erecting and improving of, and the adding to, and the repairing of buildings, and the constructing or repairing of any road;
" Colonial Engineer means the person for the time being performing the duties of Colonial Engineer of the Colony.
Appointment 3. The Colonial Engineer may, from time
of authorisodII of orised to time, appoint authorised officers for and in
respect of any Parish in the Colony for the purpose of issuing permits under section 4 of this
4. (1) It shall not be lawful for any person
(a) dig, take or carry away, or aid or assist in digging, taking or carrying away for building or construction purposes any sand, stone, shingle or gravel from any beach
or seashore in the Colony; or
(b) convey or move for building or construction purposes any such sand, stone,
shingle or gravel along any public road,
except under and in accordance with a written permit from the Colonial Engineer or an authorised officer and subject to such terms and conditions as
are therein stipulated.
(2) Every such permit shall be in the form in
the Sche(dule to this Ordinance and shall only holi
good for the period therein mentioned.
(3) No such permit shall be granted unless
the Colonial Engineer or an authorised officer is satisfied that the said sand, stone, shingle or gravel is required for building or construction purposes.
(4) Any person who contravenes the provisions of subsection (1) of this section shall be liable to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months,
No. of 1957. Beach Protection. 3 ANToGUAi.
5. (1) No sand, stone, shingle or gravel the Tme when sand etc. may
digging or removal of which has been authorised e' onye for building or construction purpoep by a permit public as provided in section 4 of this Ordinance, shall be road. conveyed or inmoed along any public road between the hours of six o'clock in the evening and five o'clock in the morning.
(2) Any person who contravenes the provisions of this section shall be liable to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months.
6. All fines and penalties imposed under Disposal of this Ordinance may be recovered in a summary penalties. manner before a Magistrate on complaint of any person and one half thereof shall be paid to the person who shall have given information leading to the conviction of the offender and the other half ,hall be paid into the Treasury to the credit of the general revenue of the Colony.
7. This Ordinance shall not apply to the Ordinance not to apply to
Island of Barbuda. to ap to
Passed the Legislative Council this day
Clerk of the Council.
Permission is hereby granted to of
to dig, take and carry from *sandj*stone/*shingl P
*gravel in the quantities hereunder and to convey the same to
This permit shall hold good for a period of
.................19...... 'Authorised Officer,
'Delete where inapplioable,
ANTIGUA. 4 Beach Protection. No. of 1957.
OBJECTS AND REASONS.
The object of this Bill is to make it incumbent on a person removing sand etc from the beaches of the Colony for building or construction purposes to obtain the written permission of the Colonial Engineer or an authorised officer.
Acting Attorney General.
Printed at the Government Printing Moice, Antigua. Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BLACKMAN, Government Printer.-By Authority.
A.471216-330-257. [Price 6 cents.]
No. 19 of 1956. Vehicles and Road Trafc (Amendment).
K. W. BLACKBURNE, Governor.
7th November, 1956.
No. 19 of 1956.
An Ordinance to amend further the Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance, 1950.
[7th November, 1956.] Commence.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony of Montscrrat as follows:1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Vehicles and Short title, Road Traffic (Amendment) Ordinance, 1956, and shall be read as one with the Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1950, hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance. 4/1951,
2. The long title to the Principal Ordinance is Amendment hereby amended by the insertion of the words "restrict- of long title ing the importation of certain types of motor vehicles," to Principal between the words for and "the in the second line Ordinance. thereof.
3. Section 2 of the Principal Ordinance is hereb)y Amendment amended as follows:- of section 2 of
(a) by tb inolion between the definitions of owner" and )Irkiiig place of the following definit ion:.park" or "parking" means to permit a
vehicle, whether occupied or not, to stand iipon a road otherwise than temporarily for the immediate purpose of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading goods, or the taking up or setting down of passengers, or in obedience to traffic regulations or traffic signs, or the directions of a police
'MONTSERAT. 2 Vehicdes and Road T afc No. 19 of 1956.
(b) by the insertion between the definitions of Traffic Commissioner" and "Treasurer" of the following definition:"traffic sign includes all signals, warning signposts, direction posts, signs, lines, marks, or other devices for the guidance of persons, using roads; "
(c) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of Traffic Commissioner ":Traffic Commissioner" means the Commissioner of Police or such other person as may be appointed as such under section 4 of this Ordinance. "
4 The following section is hereby substituted for
section 3 of the Principal Ordinance"Transport 3. (1) There shall be established a body called
Board. the Montserrat Transport Board (hereinafter referred
to as the Board) consisting of the Traffic Conimissioner as Chairman and four other members to be
appointed by the Administrator.
(2) The Administrator may appoint any person to act in the place of the Chairman or any other member of the Board in the case of absence or inability to act as such Chairman or other member.
(3) The Board may act by any three of its members, and may so act notwithstanding any
vacancy in the number of members constituting the
(4) The Board shall have power to regulate its own procedure.
(5) The Board shall act in an advisory capacity and shall advise the Administrator on all matters appertaining to road transport and traffic and in
particular as to the following matters:(a) transport, rates, fares, tolls, dues or# other charges;
() licence duties and fees in respect of motor and other vehicles;
(c) the regulation and control of traffic;
(d) any otter matter affecting traffic or transport that the Administrator may refer to the Board,.
No. 19 of 195C. Vehicles and Roid Trafic 3 MONTSPRnAn.
(6) The Board shall hear and determine any
appeal submitted by an aggrieved party against any order or decision of the Traffic Commissioner, the Licensing Officer or an Examining Officer and the
decision of the Board thereon shall be conclusive:
Provided that on the hearing of any such appeal
the Traffic Commissioner shall not act as Chairman
or as a member of the Board.
(7) The Board shall perform such other duties
as are assigned to it by this Ordinance and the regulations made thereunder or by an order of the
Governor in Council."
5. The heading to Part 11 of the Principal Ordi- Amendment nance is hereby amended by the insertion of the words to heading of Part IT of the
"CONTROL OF IMPORTATION before the word Prt II of thep "REGISTRATION." Ordinance.
6. The following new section shall be inserted in Addition of Part II of the Principal Ordinance immediately after the new section to Part II of the
heading thereof:- Principal
" 7A. (1) No motor vehicle or trailer all the Restrictions
wheels of which are not fitted with pneumatic tyres, on use and
shall be used upon any road. certain motor
(2) No motor vehicle or trailer which exceeds
a maximum gross weight of five tons shall be imported for use ipon any route or road:
Provided that in the case of motor vehicles, the
Transport Board may, subject to any regulations made under paragraph (w) of section 77 of this Ordinance, grant liceunces for the importation of any motor vehicle in excess of the maximum gross weight of nine tons for the operation of such motor vehicle on any such route or road as the Transport Board
7. Section 12 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby Amendment amended as follows: of section 12
of the Princi(a() by the insertion of the word registered pal Ordinance.
between the words the and owner appearing
in the fourth line of subsection (2):
(b) by the renunibering of subsection (3) as
subsection (4) thereof; and
(c) by the insertion of the following subsection
as subsection (3) thereof:" (3) The registered owner or the new
owner, as the case may be. who contravenes any of the provisions of the foregoing subsections
hall be guilty of an offence ",
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Amendment 8. Section 14 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby
of section 14 amended as followvs:of the Principal Ordinance.
pal Ordinance. (a) by the deletion of subsection (1) and the
marginal note thereto;
(b) by the substitution of the words Subject to the provisions of subsection (2) of section 7A of this Ordinance the for the word The at the commencement of subsection (2) and lJ inserting the following marginal note to the said subsection: "Special permits.";
' (c) by substituting the bracketed figures (1) and (2) for the bracketed figures (2) and (3) in subsection (5) thereof; and
(d) by the renumbering of subsections (2), (3),
(4) and (5) thereof as subsections (1), (2), (3) and (4) respectively.
Amendment 9. Section 18 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby
of section 18 amended by the insertion of the bracketed figure (1) of the Princi- before the word No in the first line. pal Ordinance.
Amendment 10. The following subsections are hereby substituof section 27 ted for subsections (2) and (3) of section 27 of the of the Princi- Principal Ordinancepal Ordinance.
(2) For the purpose of learning to drive, a person (in this section referred to as a learner ") may, though hlie does not hold a driver's licence, drive a motor vehicle on a road if he holds a written permission to do so (in this section referred to as a learner's permit ") granted by the Licensing Officer:
Provided that if a learner infringes or fails to comply with any condition or restriction specified in the learner's permit while learning to drive on a road, he shall be liable to the penalty prescribed in subsection (1) of this section as if no learner's permit had been issued to him, and the said permit shall, on his conviction, be cancelled.
(3) When granting a learner's permit for the purpose mentioned in subsection (2) of this section the Licensing Officer may impose such conditions and restrictions as he may deem necessary for the safety of the public and shall, without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing words, specify(a) that the learner shall drive upon such roads and at such times as may be mentioned in the permit; and
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(b) that the learner shall not use a public
service vehicle carrying passengers for the purpose of learning to drive;
(c) that when learning to drive a motor
vehicle (other than a motor cycle) the learner shall have sitting next to him for the purpose
of instructing him a licensed driver; and
(d) the motor vehicle shall carry such identification marks as may be specified in the
Provided that a learner may appeal to the
Board against the refusal of the Licensing Officer to grant him a learner's permit or against any condition or restriction imposed by the Licensing Officer, and, on such appeal being made, the Board may make such order as they deem just and such order shall be final and
(4) A learner and the person accompanying him
for the purpose of instruction, shall each be liable for any offence committed again st any of the provisions of this Ordinance during the course of such
11. Subsection (1) of section 33 of the Principal Amendment Ordinance is hereby amended Iby the substitution of the of section 33 words seventeen years for the words eighteen years" of the Principal Ordinance.
appearing in paragraph (c) thereof.
12. The following section is hereby substituted for Section 50 of section 50 of the Principal Ordinance--- the Principal
"50 (1) No person shall drive a motor vehicle Speed.
of such class or description as is specified in the Second Schedule to this Ordinance at a speed greater than the speed therein specified as the maximum speed at which a vehicle of that class or description nmay be driven oim a road or any portion thereof within the limits of the Town of Plymouth or which is declared to be within a speed limit area in the manner hereinafter provided or otherwise than as
specified in the said Schedule.
Any person who acts in contravention of the
provisions of this subsection shall be guilty of an
(2) A person charged under this section with
the offence of driving a motor vehicle of such class or description on a road at a speed greater than the maximum speed allowed in the case of a vehicle of that class or description travelling on a road as
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defined in subsection (1) shall not be liable to be convicted of the offence solely on the evidence of one witness to the effect that in the opinion of the witness the person charged was driving the vehicle
at such greater speed.
(3) Any person being the owner of a motor vehicle, who aids, abets, counsels or procures any person who is employed by him to drive such motor vehicle on such a road to commit an offence under
this section shall be guilty of an offence.
(4) The Traffic Commissioner may, by order under his hand, prohibit the driving of motor vehicles over any bridge at a speed greater than that specified by him in such order. Any such order shall be published in the Gazette, and the limit of speed to be observed shall be indicated on notice
boards to be fixed at such bridge.
(5) The Traffic Commissioner may by order published in the Gazette and in a newspaper published in the colony prohibit the driving of motor vehicles generally or of a particular class of motor vehicle above a specified speed over any specified road or portion of a specified road for a specified
Provided that so long as such prohibition remains in force the Traffic Commissioner shall erect and maintain traffic signs which shall state the substance of the order published in the Gazette and which shall be placed in such position as shall give
adequate notice thereof to drivers of vehicles.
(6) The Governor in Council may by order published in the Gazette and in one or more newspapers circulating in the Colony, declare any road or
portion thereof to be within a speed limit area:
Provided that an order under this subsection shall be of no effect unless and until it has been
approved by the Legislative Council:
Provided further that as soon as practical)le after the coming into effect of such order the Traffic Commissioner shall erect or cause to be erected, both at the commencement and at the termination of such area, traffic signs indicating the limits of such area
and the maximum speed fixed in relation thereto.
(7) Any person who(a) drives a motor vehicle on a road at a speed exceeding a speed limit imposed by of under this section or
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(b) is guilty of an offence under subsection
(3) of this section,
shall be liable on summary conviction to a penalty not exceeding one hundred and twenty dollars or to imprisonment with or without hard labour for a term not exceeding four months and in addition in the case of a second or subsequent conviction to be disqualified for holding or obtaining a driver's licence for such period as the Court shall think fit."
13. Section 69 of tlhe Principal Ordinance is hereby Amendment amended by the substitution for the first four lines of section (19 of thereof of the following:- the Principal
The Governor in Council may, from time to
time for the purpose of giving effect to any convention for facilitating the international circulation
of motor vehicles, by order provide".
14. The Principal Ordinance is hereby amended by Insertion of the insertion therein, immediately after section 75 of the new sections following sections as sections 75A and 75B respectively:- inhe PrinciplOrdinance.
75A, (1) Subject to the provisions of subsection Traffic Signs.
(6) of section 50 of this Ordinance the Traffic Commissioner may cause or permit traffic signs to be placed on or near any road and may authorise the retention of any traffic signs erected prior to the passing of the Road Traffic (Amendment)
(2) Traffic Signs erected or authorised under
subsection (1) of this section may be signs for any of
the following pprposes:(a) to regulate the movement of traffic;
() to indicate the route to be followed by
S(c to restrict or prohibit the use of any
part of any road by traffic;
(d) to prohibit the driving of any vehicle
on any road otherwise than in a certain direction;
(e) to restrict or prohibit the parking of
vehicles in any area or on any part or side of
(f) to restrict or prohibit temporarily the
use of any road or any part of any road by vehicles whenever it appears to the Traffic
Commissioner to be necessary;
(g) to warn users of the road of the need
for special caution;
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(h) to give notice of dangerous places:
(i) to indicate the limits of a speed limit area and the maximum speed fixed in relation thereto;
(j) to notify users of the road of any prohibitions or restrictions which have been imposed by this Ordinance or by any regulations or orders made thereunder:
(k) to convey information to users of the road,
(3) Traffic signs shall be of the kinds and of the descriptions prescribed by the Traffic Commissioner by regulation.
(4) Regulations which prescribe the kinds and descriptions of .traffic signs may prescribe that any sign or words or symbol or design or any coloured light or other feature of any sign shall be interpreted as giving a particular indication and may prescribe and explain the action required to comply with such
(5) Regulations with reference to traffic signs may provide for the exemption of any particular class of vehicles from the obligation of complying with the indication given by any particular kind of
traffic signs and the conditions of such exemption.
(6) Subject to the provisions of subsection (6) of section 50 of this Ordinance, that area of road or portion of a road to which a traffic sign applies shall be deemed to be determined for the purpose of this Ordinance when the indication given by the sign is sufficiently clear from the sign itself as being in a form commonly understood by drivers or others to whom it is directed or when the indication of the portion of the road to which the traffic sign is to apply is given by the erection of signs at each end
of that portion of the road:
Provided that in the case of any sign prohibiting the passage of vehicles on any road, signs shall be erected at each end of time road or portion of the road to which the prohibition is to apply and at such other points as the Traffic Commissioner may
(7) A traffic sign may refer to specific classes of traffic but shall be held to refer to vehicular traffic generally in the absence of any special in(ldication in the sign or provisions in a regulation with reference
to such sign.
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(8) Any regulation which prescribes the kind
and description of traffic signs intended for any of the purposes set out in paragraphs (a) to,( f) inclusive and (i) of subsection (2) of this section may provide that failure to c(nform with the indication given by the sign shall constitute an offence and in such case the order of prohibition indicated by any such sign shall have effect as if contained in a regulation under this Ordinance, and any person driving or propelling any vehicle who fails to conform with the indication given by any sign of that kind or description which has beon lawfully placed on any road or the retention of which has 1been auth:rised by the Traftfic Co nmmissionelr shall be guilty of an offence.
(9) Regulations made by the Traffic Commissioner under this section shall be of no force or effect until approved by the Governor in Council and shall come into operation as from the date of the publication thereof in the Gazette or from such later d(late as
may be specified in such regulations.
75B. (1) Any person who(a) shall, without the permission of the Traffic
Commissioner, erect or cause to be erected any
traffic sign on or near any road, or
(b) shall injure, deface, remove or in any
manner interfere with any traffic sign lawfully
placed on or near any road,
shall be guilty of an offence.
(2) The Traffic Commissioner may, by notice in writing, require the owner or occupier of any land on which there is any traffic sign or any object which so closely resembles a traffic sign that it might reasonably be taken to be such a sign to remove it, and if any such person fails to comply with such notice the Traffic Commissioner may himself effect or authorise the removal. doing as little dairmage as may be, and may recover in a court of competent jurisdiction as a civil debt from the person so in default the expense incurred by him in so doing.
15. Section 76 of the Principal Ordinance is heieby Amendment amended by the deletion of the words and the erection of section 7 of traffic signs and other notices" appearing in subara- of the I'rineigraph (k) of paragraph (1) thereof.
16. Paragraph (1) of section 76 of the Principal Amendment Ordinance is amended as follows:- to section 76
idf the Princi~pal Ordinan~e.,
(a) by the. relettering of sub-paragraph (w) Ordinance
thereof as sub-paragraph (x); and
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(b) ly the itisertioii of fli( following subparagraph ijin e Iiatel y after sid -iiaragirapl (v) thereof as subl-pa ragra ph (w):"(w) the restrictions on the importationi of motor vehicles."
Substitution 17. The following sectioni is hereby substitutedl for
of section 78 section 78 of the Pr itieda Oriiiime
0 the Prioc,pal, Ordinancee.
"General 78. Any porsin guilty of aii offence, mui(1c this
linilty. Orditnce fir whiich no penalty is expressly provided shall be liable on unimnary coniictiijI to a penalty not exceeding -ouc h hundred aud twenty dollars or toi a. termn of iimprisiinent not exceediing six nioiths,''
Substitution 18. The following Schedule is substituted fur the
of Second Second Schedule to the Principal OrdianceSched te to,
Ordinance. **THE SECOND SCHEDULE.
Limits of Speed. (section 50)
Mih .,5 perY
1. On) anr* road within the limits oif the Towni of Plyinouth, or within a speed limit area-(a) n-otor omnibuses anid motor lorries ... 1I5 '
(b) tractors, Nvith or wit boot trailer .. 15
(c) other motior vehicles ... 20
2. On all riiads in. the Coloiny other than those specifiedl in piaragraphl 1 of this Schedule-(a,) motor omniibuses and motor lorries .. 25
(b) tractors, with or, without trailer ... 2 C)
o,)tther motor vehictes ~
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19. The amendments specified in the second M inor and column of the Schedule to this Ordinance (which relate consequential to consequential and minor matters) shall be made in the amendments. sections of the Principal Ordinance specified in the first column of the said Schedule.
O. E. HENRY,
Passed the Legislative Council the 10th dlay of October, 1956.
JAs. H. CARROTT,
Clerk of the Council.
13 (1) There shall be inserted the words he guilty of
an offence and between the words shall and on appearing in line 27.
18 (1) (a) The words or trailer" shall be deleted.
41 The following sentence shall be inserted at the
end of the sectionAny person who acts in contravention of the provisions of this section shall be guilty of an offence."
Printed( at the Government Printing Ofice, Antigoun, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BLACKMAN, GOVERNMENT PRINTEj?.-By Authority.
47/00081-500-2.57. Price 13 cents.
No. 13 of 1 956. General Loan and S tock'. vrol ISLANDS.
P. 1). MACIJONALD, Actinl (;ov rnor.
'ith December, 1956.
No. 13 of 1956.
An Ordinance to declare the terms and
conditions applicable to loans authorised to be raised in England by the Government of the Virgin Islands and to provide for the
creation of Virgin Islands Stock.
[6th December, 1956] coomme.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the
Colony of the Virgin Islands.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title. General Loan and Stock Ordinance, 1956.
2. In this Ordinance, unless the context Interpretation. other wise requiresthe expression Crown Agents" means all
or any one of them;
the expression "dollars" means dollars in
the currency of the Colony of the
the expression stock includes both
inscribed and registered stock;
the expression "registered stock" means
stock transferable by instrument in
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Loans to be 3. Whenever by any Ordinance authority raised by shall have been given, or hall hereafter be given, debentures
or stock, to raise any sum of money for the purposes
mentioned in such Ordinance, the Governor, or the Crown kgents acting on his behalf, may from time to time, as he or they may deem expedient, raise such sum either by debentures or by stock,
or partly by debentures and partly iy stock.
Loans to be a 4. T1 he principal moneys and interest
charelupon represented by debentures or stock issued under revenue, the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby
charged upon and shall he payable out of the
general revenues and assets of the Colony.
Borrowing 6. When the Governor, or the Crown
dbtures. Agents acting on his behalf, shall deem it
expedient to raise money by debentures, such debentures shall be issued in London on behalf of the Government of the Virgin Islands by the Crown Agents, upon the best and most favourable terms that can he obtained, and shall be signed
by any of them on that behalf.
Amo nt 6. Every debenture issued under the
of ea h provisions of this Ordinance shall he for the sum
of not less than four hundred and eighty dollars.
Debentures 7. The debentures shall be redeemable
redeemed by either:annual drawinqs or by (a) at par on a fixed date to he declared
the market On the issue of the debentures such date not
or on at
date fixed, being later than sixty years from the date
Provided that the Governor, or the Crown Agents acting on his behalf,. may reserve the option to redeem the debentures prior to such date on such conditions as may
be declared at the time of issue; or
(b) by annual drawings at par or at the option of the Governor, or the Crown Agents acting on his behalf, by purchase at or
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8. There shall be attached to every interest debenture coupons for the payment of the oupon. interest to become due in each half-year upon the principal represented by the debenture. The coupons shall be sufficient in number to provide for the payment of the interest, either during the whole period for which the debenture has to run, or for such limited period as the Crown Agents, acting on behalf of the Government of the Colony, may determine.
9. The debentures and the coupons thereto Form of shall be in such form as the Governor, or the de bnture Crown Agents acting on his behalf, may direct a oi or approve.
10. Every debenture and the coupon, and Debentures the right to. receive the principal and interest ,"ii cepoN t ran wfe, b]e
represented thereby, shall be transferable by by deliv ry, delivery.
11. Every debenture shall, before being Registry orf issued. be registered in a register book to be kept debentures. for that purpose at the office in London of the Crown Agents.
12. The interest upon the principal payment of represented by each debenture shall run from interest. the day named in that behalf in the debenture, and shall be paid half-yearly on the days named in that behalf in the debenture, at the office in London of the Crown Agents.
18. So long as any of the debentures Mnode of
remain outstanding, the Governor, shall, in each providing for half-year ending with the day on which the pynt o interest on the debentures falls due, appropriate debntures. out of the general revenues and assets of the Colony a sum equal to one half year's interest on the whole of the debentures issued, including any which may have been redeemed, but exclusive of any which may have been at any time exchanged for stock, and shall remit that sum to the Crown Agents at such time as will enable them to pay thereout the then current half-year's interest on the day on which it falls due,
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Debentures shall not he deemed to be outstanding for the purpose of this Ordinance by reason only that one or mone of the debentures have not, been presented for payment on the day appointed for payment and have, in consequence, not been
Further uins 14. (1) The Governor shall, in the halfto be remitted year ending on the date specified in the terms of for the
redemption issue of the loan as that on which the first of the contribution to the sinking fund shall be taken
debentures, and in each subsequent half-year, appropriate
out of the said revenues and assets of the Colony for the formation of a sinking fund, an additional sum equal to one half of the annual contribution specified in the prospectus or, in the case of a loan not issued publicly, in the terms of issue 'relating to the loan, in respect of the total nominal amount of all the debentures issued, including any which may have been redeemed, but exclusive of any which may have been at any time exchanged( for stock, and shall remnit that sum to the Crown Agents with the
remittance her'einbefore mentioned.
(2) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in subsection il) of this section, if atany time the trustees of the sinking fund of any loan issued under the provisions of this Ordina nce are satisfied that the value of the fund will be sufficient with further accu mulations of interest but without further payment of contributions to enable the loan to be redeemed out of the proceeds of the sinking fund not later than the final redemption date, the Governor may with the approval of the Secretary of State suspend further contributions to-the said sinking funds:
Provided always that contributions to the
sinking fund shall be recommended if the trustees shall at any time inform the Governor
that this is necessary.
Application 15. The sinking fund shall be applied in of sinking the first*place in payment of all expenses of or fund, incidental to, the redemption of the debentures
and the ct and expeu~e oQf all notives reuired
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by this Ordinance to be given, and in the next place, and subject to the aforesaid payments, in repayment of the principal moneys for the time being represented by the debentures.
16. In the case of debentures redeemable Creation of on a fixed date, the Crown Agents shall place at sinking fund for redemnpinterest or invest in the purchase of such tion of debensecurities as may be approved by the Secretary tures payable
securi on a fxed date.
of State 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, as a sinking fund for the final extinction of the debt, and the Crown Agents shall also place at interest or invest in the purchase of like securities the accfimulations of interest or the dividends, interest or produce of such in vestments and may, from time to time, with the approval of the Secretary of State, change any such investments and shall hold such fund in I rust for the repayment of the principal moneys for the time being represented by the debentures.
17. in the case of (ldebentures redeemable Disposal of by annual drawings, the Crown Agents shall sinking fund when debenplace and keep the moneys so remitted to then, tures are or so much thereof as may not be required for redeemed by purchase or
immediate payments, at interest, and shall hohd y annual all such moners and the accumulation thereon drawings, in trust to apply them in the first place to the purchase of the debentures when they can be obtained at a price not exceeding par, and secondly, to the redemption of the debentures by means of annual drawings.
18. After the date specified in the Ordi- Appointment nance authorising a loan as that on which the of day for drawing of
contributions to the sinking fund shall commence debentures. in respect of that loan, and so long thereafter as any of the'debent ures remain outstanding and unsatisfied, the Crown Agents shall in every year, unless the whole of the money applicable in that year to the redemption of debentures has been applied in the purchase thereof, appoit a day in that year for the drawing by lot of the debentures to be redeemed,
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Notive of time 19. If a day is appointed for drawing, the and place Crown Agents shall give, by advertisemeneit in the appointed forn
drawing. London "TiUrs ewspaper, not less than
fifteen days' previous notice, specifying the (lay on which and the hour and place at which, the
drawing will take place.
Moe. of 20. On the day and at the hour and place
drawing. so specified ti Crown Agents shall hold a meeting at which the holder of any debenture may, if he think fit, he present, and shall then in the presence of such debenture holders, if any, as may attend, and of a Notary Public, draw by lot, out of the wholee number r of debentures for the time being outstanding, debeituris of the
specified nominal amount.
Notice of 21. The Crown Ag,,ents shall thereupon
d(.eentirus declare the distinguishing numbers ,of the drewnin, debentures drawn for redemiption, and shall as redemption. dbnue i
soon, as may be, by advertisement in the London Times newspaper, specify those numbers and appoint a day, not being later as to each debenture than the day on which the then current half-year's interest thereon is payable, on which the principal moneys represented by the debentures so distinguished will be repaid.
Payment 22. On the day so appointed the, Crown
ofdrawn Agents shall, at their office in London, on
(debentures. emand, pay to the holders of the debentures
drawn for repayment the principal moneys represented by those debentures, with all interest
payable thereon up to that day.
Cesser of 23. From and after the day appointed for
interest from ti1 repanimet of any debenture all interest oni day appointed
for payment the principal moneys represented thereby shall of principal, cease and determine, whether payment of the
principal shall have been demanded or not.
Redeemed 24. Upon the repayment of the principal
debenture to moneys represented by any debenture, the be cancelled, debenture, with all coupons thereunto belonging,
shall be delivered upto the Crown Agents, to be by them cancelled and disposed of in such a manner as the Governor, or the Crown Agents
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acting on his behalf, may decide. Any debenture redeemed by purchase shall likewise he so cancelled and disposed of.
25. When the Governor, or the Crown Borr'owing Agents acting on his behalf, shall deem it expedient upon stock. to raise money by the issue of Virgin Islands stock, then such stock shall be issued in England by the Crown Agents under the provisions of the Act of the Imperial Parliament entitled The Colonial 40 & 41 vi. Stock Act, 1877 ", upon the best and most favour- cap. 59. able terms that can be obtained.
26. All the stock which may be created under Wh( the the provisions of this Ordinance shall be redeem- principal is able at par on a date to be named in that behalf by to be repaid. the Crown Agents when issuing the stock, such date not being later than sixty years from the date of issue:
Provided that the Governor, or the Crown Agents acting on his behalf, may reserve the option to redeem the stock in whole or in part, by d raw ings or otherwise at any time prior to such date on such conditions as may be declared at the time of issue. From and after the date appointed for the redemption f the stock or any part of it all the interest on the principal moneys represented thereby shall cease and determine, whether payment of the principal shall have been demanded or not.
27. So long as any of the stock sliall remain Mode of
unredeemed, the (Governor shall, in each half-year providing for the payment
ending with dthe day on which the interest on such or interest stock falls due, appropriate out of the general on tok revenues and assets of the Colony a sum equal to one half-year's interest on the whole of such stock, and shall remit that sum to the Crown Agents at such time as will enable them to pay thereout the then current half-year's interest on the day when it falls due.
28. (1) The Governor shall, in the half-year ,e o-f ending on the date specified in the terms of issue Proidi"' of the loan as that on which the first contribution of principal to the sinking fund shall be taken and in each of stock. subsequent half-year, appropriate out of the said
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revenues and assets of the Colony for the formation of a sinking fund an additional sum equal to one half of the annual contribution specified in the prospectus or, in the case of a loan not issued publicly, in the terms of issue relating to the loan, in respect of the total nominal amount of such stock including any stock which may at any time have been issued in exchange for debentures under the authority of this Ordinance, and shall remit that sum to the Crown Agents with the remittance
(2) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary
contained in sub-section (1) of this section, if at any time the trustees of the sinking fund of any loan issued under the provisions of this Ordinance are satisfied that the value of the fund will be sufficient with further accumulations of interest but without further payment of contributions to enable the loan to be redeemed out of the proceeds of the sinking fund not later than the final redemption date, the Governor may with the approval of the Secretary of State suspend further contributions to
the said sinking fund:
Provided always that contribuions to the sinking fund shall be recommenced if the trustees shall at any time. inform the Governor that this is
creation of 29. The Crown Agents shall, for the pursinking fund. pose of forming such sinking fur;d, from' time to
time place at interest or invest in the pnrcbase of such securities as may from time to time be approved by the Secretary of State 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 and shall also place at interest or invest in the purchase of like securities the accumulations of interest or the dividends, interest, or produce of such investments, and may from time to time, with the approval of the Secretary of State, change any such investments, and shall hold such fund in trust for the repayment of the principal moneys for
the time being represented by the stock,
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80. In case the sinking funds provided for Charge upon by this Ordinance shall be insufficient for the pay- general ment of all the principal moneys borrowed under revenue. the authority of this Ordinance at the time the same shall have become due, the Governor shall make good the deficiency out of the general revenues and assets of the Colony.
81. All expenses of or incidental to the Expenses to management of the sinking fund, or to the payment be paid out of sinking fund,
of the principal moneys borrowed, shall be paid out of the sinking fund.
32. The Governor shall also have, and Powers of may from time to time exercise the following powers Governo. and authorities or any of them:
(a) He may authorise the Crown Agents Debentures
when issuing any loan in the form of ovtib>.
debentures to declare that such debentures will on conditions be convertible into stock at such dates and prescribed by
on such terms and conditions as may be Agents at
prescribed by the Crown Agents at the time time of issue.
of the issue of the debentures.
(b) He may declare all or any of the Conversion
Virgin Islands loans, whether existing in the onoans
form of stock or debentures, and whether issued before or after the commencement of this Ordinance, to be convertible into stock, to be issued under the provisions of this
(c) He may authorise the creation and Creation and
issue of such an amount of stock in exchange isne of stock in exchange
for the securities held for such loans as mRV for other be necessary. securities.
(d) He may authorise the creation and creation and sale of stock
sale of any such stock or debentures for the or debentures purpose of raising money for redeeming any tno raise loans and for other
outstanding loans whether issued before or purpose..
subsequent to the passing of this Ordinance, for paying any expense in the creation of stock, and otherwise for carrying out the provisions
of this Ordinance.
VIRGINal 10 General Loan ,nd Stock. No. 13 of 1956.
Arrangements (e) Any conversion so authorised may
foroonversion. be effected either by an Arrangement with
the holders of existing securities or by purchase thereof out of moneys raised by the sale of stock, or partly in one way and partly in the
Exchange of 33. Nothing in this Ordinance contained
for stock, shall authorise an increase of the capital or of the
annual charge on any loan, except(a) when securities exchanged for stock bear a rate of interest not less than the stock, an additional amount of stock may be created and issued to make up the difference in saleable value between the securities and the
(b) in the case of the conversion of securities into stock the Crown Agents shall issue such an amount of stock as may be required to defray the stamp duties and all other expenses incidental to the conversion;
(c) in accordance with such terms and conditions as may be prescribed under paragraph (a) of section 32 of this Ordinance.
Converted 34. The securities exchanged or otherwise
securities to converted into stock under the provisions of this be cancelled. Ordinance shall be forthwith cancelled by the Crown
Agents, and the debentures surrendered shall be
cancelled and transmitted to the Governor.
Trustees to 35. The trustees of the sinking fund
apportion appointed under this Ordinance, and acting under
a~ioun t of sinking fund any (Ordinance authorizing the issue of any securities released by which may be exchanged into stock or cancelled (or conversion. purchased under the provisions of this Ordinance,
shall determine what amount of the sinking fund held by themni and created for repayment of such securities shall be released and in the determination of such question the trustees shall take into consideration the value of the whole investments held by them on account of such sinking funds, the amount of the debt remaining a charge on such sinking funds, and such matters as the trustees
may think fit to take into account,
No. 13 of 1956. General Loan and Stock.. 11 VTRi
36. So much of the sinking funds a; my Sinking funds be released shall either be transferred unto the rel se phow trustees of the stock sinking fund, or be disposed of of. in such a manner as the Governor with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council may direct.
87. The Crown Agents may from time to Creation. time, at the request of the Governor, make arrange- inscription.
ments for all or any of the following things: isue conversion and
(1) For inscribing and registering stock t~aferof
in their books.
(2) For managing the creation, inscription,
registration and issue of stock, including the issue of certificates of title in respect of such
(3) For effecting the conversion of loans
(4) For paying interest on stock and
managing the transfers thereof.
(5) For issuing stock certificates to
bearer, and, as often as occasion shall require,
re-inscribing or re-registering thenn.
(6) For effecting the exchange or conversion of inscribed stock into registered stock.
88. This Ordinance shall be applicanble only Raisingz of to the raising of loans in England, and nothing in oans in the this Ordinance contained shall prevnt, the raising Colony of loans in the Colony upon such terms and
conditions as shall be specified in any Ordinance authorising the raising of such loans.
39. Authority is hereby given for the Re rations
making of regulations under Section 16 of the tegans ngf Colonial Stock Act, 1877, to provide, that, in of stock. accordance with section 1 of the Colonial Stock Act, 1948, stock issued (whether before or after the passing of the last mentioned Act) under the & 41a
provisions of this Ordinance shall be transferable v U .9 by instrument in,' writing in accordance with the Ueo. 6c. 1. regulations and in no other manner.
G. P. ALLSEBROOK,
'VIRGIN 12 General Loan, and Stlock. No. 13 of 1956.
Passed the Legislative Council the 20th (day
of November', 1956.
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No. 2 of 1957. Enactment (Leeweard Islands V I C Ix, Acis) Ordinance. ISLANDS.
P. 1), MACDONALD,
f ii FebrimrY, 1957.
VIRGIN ISLAND) S.
No. 2 of 1957.
A.n Ordinance to enact certain Act,, or the former
Colony of the Leeward Islands.
1st July, 19.56.1 CommenceriN A (T,,ED bv the Le1-gislature of the Colony of the Vi ruil Islauidls.
1. Thiis Ordinance may he cited as 'theC Sho~rt title. Enactment (1Leeward I slands Acts) (.rdinanee, 1957.
2. In this )rd inanee the ex pression I- the Tilt erpretat in. appointed d I,,v "means the first day of July. I 36
3. (1) T he Act5 specified in the Sieduie Ennotmeut of hereto bein- Acets of t he loiner Co&n of' the etiAtsf
nil rO ore Leeward kHands in force in tHie saud Colony colony of tile immediately befoiv the appointed day shl Leeward ,11ha\,e .hadp
effect iii tile Colony of the Vir-vin isands as if they had been enacted by the lxg-islative Counild thereof,
Vi\rIN 2 Enactmentw (L (,ward Liands No. 2 of 1957.
IsLaNUs. Acts) Ordinance.
(2) Any instrument having effect in the
former Colony of the Leeward Islands immediately before the appointed day and made by virtue of any Act referred to in subsection (1) of this section shall have effect in the Colony of the Virgin Islands as if it had been made in pursitance of that Act as it has effect in that
olony by virtue of the said subsection.
Date of opern- 4. Section. 3 of this Ordinance shall be timon of section. deemed to have had effect as from the beginning
of the appoinrited day.
G. P. ALLSEBROOIK,
Passed the Legislative Council this 24th
day of January, 1957.
H. O. CREQUE,
Clerk of the Council.
Cap. Short title.
2 The Apportionment Act
3 The Arbitration Act
8 The Fatal Accidents Act
9 The Insolvent Estates Act
11 The Libel and Slander Act 12 The Maintenance Orders (Facilities for Enforcement) Act
141 The Prescription Act 18 The Real Property Limitation Act
19 The Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments Act
32 The Female Lunatics (Protection) Act
4, The Probation of Offenders Act
55 The Government Chemists Certificatei Act 60 The King's Seamen's Clothing Act 62 The Merchant Seamen's Discipline Act
70 The Uniforms Act 71 The British Ministers and Consuls Act
NO. 2 of 1, 95 7. L7naclmen/ (ife wmai Isanis 3 V jU it N, Acts) Ordinance. ISLAND)S.
Call. Short title.
73 The Oaths Act
95 The Rleal Estate Charges Act
96 he R~eal Property Act
101 The Vendor and Purchotser Act
106 The Iiours for Marriages- Act
120 The Promissory Oaths Act
129 The Overseas Nurses' Pension Act
I180 TIhe Pensions Act 138 The B~ills of Lading Act
142 The Factors Act
143 The Merchant Shipping (A\greement)At
146 Th 1e Partnership Act
156 The Wrecks Inquiries Act
157 The Antigiia Diocesanm SynGoi Ineorupontion Act
158 The Seventh D~ay Adventist Church Incorporation Act
A Y. '1 Year. Shori title.
6/V928 Th'le Pensions A mewnjfent Act, 1.928,'
7/1928 Tli Pzeai Represeittativ e Act, 1926
9/1928 The New Edition of the Statutes Act, 1928
4/1929 Th'le Pemsi ais ( onsol idatim Acet, 1914i, A iiend ient Act,
2/19,30 The Patents Acet, Amnrdment .-tt 11130
3/1930 The United Kingdo D e ilpn s (Protectioni) Act, 1930
6/1930 The Infant Life 1IPresenutdati A et. 1930
1/i 931 T]hie Pei~si us (Amiendmnt) Acit, 1931
2/11t931 Th'le Small t -havges Amnment Act. 1931 4/1931 The Arbitration (Foreign Awards Act,) 1931 5/1931 The Maintenance Or~ders (F'acilities fur Enforcement) Amendment Act, 193 1
4/19:32 Th~e Smiall Charges (Amendment) Act. 1932 12/1932 The Obeali (Amndment) Act, 1932 17/1932 The Merchant Shipping (Agreements) (Amiendnment) Act.
J19/1932 The Stlawl (An te dinint) A et -1932 2311932 Trhe Simall Trespass (Awendraent) Act, 1932
2/1933 The Commissionis of fIniry~ Act, 1933 /IM~ The Bills of Exchanige (Amendmuen't) Act, 193~3
VIRGIN 4 Enactment (Leewvard M~ands No. 2 of 1951.
ISLANDS. Acts) Ordinance.
No. &Year. Short title.
411933 The Imperial Lighthouse Dues Act, 1933
7/1933 The Small Charges (Amendment) Act, 1933
8/1933 Tile Criminal Law Amendment (Amendment) Act, 1933
9/ 1933 The Registrationi and Records (Amendment) Act. 1933 1/ f~ '.,3 1 'el S,ini;)vvy Jnrisdictlnii (Azlinment) Act, 1933
3/1934 Tile United Kingdon iDesigns (Protection) (Anmend Iment)
A ct, 1934
4/1934 The Patents granted in the 'United Kingdom (Ameinment)
Act, 19 34
5/1934 The Potiions Atwindinetit) Acet, 134
8/1934 'Fte Maiagen (Prohlibited 1)egrees of iHelationship) Act,
2/1935,- The Judgments Act, 193.5
6311,935 Thle Offences Against the Person Act, 1935 10/1-935 Thle Protection of Animilas A ct, 1935
2/1936 The Small Charges Act, 1936
4/1936 The Pensions Act 1936
10/1937 The Probates (Reseading) Act, 1937 15/1937 The Title by Registrition (Amenidment) Act, 1937 18/1937 Tile Infanit Life (Preserv ition) Act. 1937 21/1937 Thle Laibcur (Mininnurn Wagie) Act, .1937 29/1937 The Counterfeit Cuinc (Convenition) Act, 1937 30/1937 The Jlury ( I inendinent) Act, 11937
4/1938 Thle Corn panii( (A me(ndinient) Act, 1938
4/1939 The 011 etes against the Personi 4niendinent) Act, 1939 5/1939 Thbe Emploinit of Child Pen Prohbition Act, 1939
7 1939 Thle Stamnp ( 4mnrnd nient) Act, 1939)
''93 9 Thle \Xorktin -s Citpensation (Aniendment) Act, 1.939)
91939 The Pi odin torn of Tetegt-iostn Act. ] 939 ['/1939 The Piisns, W Nat ii iot ) A' t, ] 639 63/199 'Phe Stamip (A1 neitd ineiit No. 2) Atct. 1939
19//1939 The Summary Jurisdiction (AInienitnei it) Act, 19299
1/1941 The Shbipig --Nl Mster~s Fees (Vldt tnt Act, 1941.
3/1941 Tile 1.. tiinrable Personts Expulsiont (Aniendinenit) Act, 1941
5/1941 The Ofences against the Personi (Amnendaient) Act, 1941 7/1941 The Penisions, (Ainendiinett) ct, 1941 9/1941- The Counterfeit Currency Act, 1911 10/1911- The Sedition and Ijndesirale Piilh(atiorts (Ainendnieit) Act, 1941
11/1941 Thle Admitnistration of Estates by Consn tar Officer-s Act, 194:1
12/1941 Tile Stamp (Antettdmettt) Act, 1941 16/1941 The WVorkimeni's Coinpensatioit (Amendment). Act, 1911
No. 2 of 1957. Enactment (Leeward Islands 5 VIRGIN
Acts) ordinance. ISLANDS.
No. & Year. Short title.
1/1942 The Trade Unions (Amendment) Act, 1942 3/1942 The Evidence (Amendment) Act, 1942 4/1942 The Legitimacy (Amendment) Act, 1942 5/1942 The Small Charges (Amendment) Act, 1942 6/1942 The Pensions (Amendment) Act, 1942.
8.1942 The Stamp (Amendment) Act. 1942.
4/1943 The Title by Registration (Amendment) Act, 1943
111944 The Magistrate's Code of Procedure (Amendment) Act, 1944
411944 The Dangerous Drugs (Amendment) Act, 1944 6/1944 The Pensions (Amendment) Act, 1944 7/1944 The Wills (Soldiers and Sailors) Act, 1944 8/1944 The Small Charges (Amendment) Act, 1944 13/19,14 The Administration of Small Estates Act, 1944 14/1944 The Wills (Soldiers and Sailors) (Amendment) Act, 1944 15/1944 The Death Duties Remission (War Casualties) Act, 1944 16/1944 The Trade Unions (Amendment) Act, 1944
3/1945 The Trade Unions (Amendment) Act, 1945 9/1945 The Seventh Day Adventist Church Incorporation (Amendment) Act, 1945
10/1945 The Magistrate's Code of Procedure (Amendment) Act,
5/1946 The Extradition Act. 1946
2/M i47 The Trade Unions (Amendment) Act, 1947 3/1947 The Undesirable Pei-sons Expulsion (Amendment) Act, 1947
611947 The Trust Corporation (Probate and Administration) Act, 1947
11/1947 The Currency Interpretation Act, 1947 12/1947 The Pensions Act, 1947
2/1948 The Supreme Court (Amendment) Act, 1948 3/1948 The Summary Jurisdiction (Amendment) Act, 1948 15/1948 The Legitimacy (Amendment) Act, 1948
1/1949 The Matrimonial Causes (War Marriages) Act, 1949 3/1941) The Aliens Land i-Iolding Regulation (Amendment) Act, 1949
5/1949 The British Nationality (Fees. Offences and Penalties) Act, 1949
6/1949 The Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Act, 1949 8/1949 The Corporal Punishment Act, 1.949 12/1949 The Sale of Goods Act, 1949 18/1949 The Larceny (Protection of Prwdial Produce) Act, 1949
5/1950 The Offences against the Person (Amendment) Act, 1950
VIRGIN 6 Enactmert (Leeward Isiands No. 2 of 1957.
ISLANDS. Acts) Or(inance.
No. 4 Year Short title.
4/1951 The Diplomatic Privilege (Extension) (Amendment) Act, 1951
511951 The Stamp (Amendment) Act, 1951
811951 The Causes of Action (Survival) Act, 1951
9/11951 The Fatal Accidents (Amendment) Act, 1951
10/1951 The Police Pensions (Preservation of Rights) Act, 1951
111953 The Telecommunications (Amendment) Act, 1953
4/1953 The Small Charges (Amendment) Act, 1953
7/1953 The Pensions (Amendment) Act, 1953
9/1953 The Corporal Punishment (Amendment) Act, 1953
15/1953 The Offences against the Person (Amendment) Act, 1953
16/1953 The Sentence of Death (Expectant Mothers) Act, 1953
19/1953 The Stamp (Amendment) Act, 1953
21/1953 The Unrepresented Estates (Amendment) Act, 1953
3/1954 The Larceny (Amendment) Act, 1954
511954 The Immigration and Passport (Amendment) Act, 1954
7/1954 The Agricultural Small Holdings (Amendment) Act, 1954
911954 The Title by Registration (Amendment) Act, 1954
12/1954 The Virgin Islands (Commissioner of the Supreme- Court)
Validation Act, 1954
15/1954 The Evidence (Am.ndment) Act, 1954
1/1955 The Stamp (Amendment) Act, 1955
2/1955 The Summary Jurisdiction (Amendment) Act, 1955
4/1955 The Pensions (Amendment) Act, 1955
1411955 The Small Charges (Amendment) Act, 1955
21/1955 The Post Office (Amendment) Act, 1955
2/1956 The Promissory Oaths (Amendment) Act, 1956
3/1956 The Interpretation and General Clauses (Amendment) Act
5/1956 The Magistrate's Code of Procedure (Amendment) Act, 1956
711956 The Larceny (Amendment) Act, 1956.
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 4.
THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION (PRESCRIBED DISEASES)
ORDER, 1957, DATED FEBRUARY 5, 1957, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTIONS 23(5) AND 50 OF THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ORDINANCE, [956
1. Citation. This Order may be cited as the Workmen's Compensation (Prescribed Diseases) Order, 1957.
2. Interpretation. For the purposes of this Order "the Ordinance" means the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1956.
3. Prescription of Diseases. The diseases set out in the Schedule hereto are hereby prescribed as diseases to which section 23 of the Ordinance applies.
4. Sequelae or resulting conditions. Where a person is suffering from a condition which, in his case, has resulted from a prescribed disease, the provisions of section 23 of the Ordinance shall apply to him as if he were suffering from that disease, whether or not the condition from which he is suffering is itself a prescribed disease.
Made by the Governor in Council this 5th day of February, 1 957.
F. A; CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.
2. Arsenical poisoning
3. Chrome ulceration, that is to say, ulceration due to
chromic acid or bichromate of potassium, sodium or
ammonium or any preparation of those substances.
4. Inflammation or ulceration of the skin produced by
S dust, liquid or vapour (including the condition known
as Chlor-acne but excluding chrome ulceration).
5. Epitheliomatons ulceration due to tar, pitch, bitumen,
mineral oil or paraffin, or any compound, product or
residue of any of those substances.
6. Lead poisoning
7. Toxic jaundice, that is to say, jaundice due to
tetrachlorethane or nitro- or amido-derivatives or
benzene or other poisonous substance.
9. Telegraphist's cramp
10. Ulceration of the corneal surface of the eye
I. Cataract caused by exposure to the glare or rays from
molten glass or molten or red-hot metal.
12. Respiratory infections as a result of exposure to high
or low temperatures.
13. Tuberculosis resulting from close and frequent contact
with a source or sources of tuberculosis infection by
reason of employment(a) in the medical treatment or nursing of a person or persons suffering from tuberculosis, or in a service ancillary to such treatment or
(b) in attendance upon a person or persons suffering from tuberculosis, where the need for such attendance arises hv reason of physical or
men tal infirmity.
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STATIIT'(OIY R1( ULES AND O1RD)ERS.
1957, No. 7.
TrHE VEHICLES A:NDI ROAD TRiAFFIC (AEN I)M ENT) REGULATIONS, 1957, DATED FEBRUARY 5, 1957, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 77 OF THE
VEHICLES AND IIOAD TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 1946 (No.
5 oF 1946) AS AMENDED.
1. Citation. These Regulations may be cited as the Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment) Regulations, 1957, and shall be read as one with the Vehicles and Road Traffic Regulations, 1946 (S. R. & O. 1946 No. 22), as amended, hereinafter called the Principd Regulations.
2. Amendment of Second Schedule. The
Second Schedule to the Principal Ordinance is hereby amended by the substitution of the following paragraphs for paragraphs
(1) and (2) thereof:"(1) Each plate must be rectangular and bear upon
it the index mark of "A G for private motor cars, motor lorries and motor cycles, H for public service vehicles, and the separate number assigned to the motor vehicle by the Licensing Officer, the mark and number being arranged in conformity with the arrangement of
letters and figures shown on the diagram.
(2) (a) In the case of a private motor car, motor
lorry and a motor cycle the ground of the plate must be
black, the mark and number must be white; and
(b) In the case of a public service vehicle and a
bicycle the ground of the plate must be green and the
mark and figures must be white."
3. Commencement. These Regulations shall come into force on 1st April, 1957.
Made by the Governor in Council this 5th day of February, 1957.
F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.
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