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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 )
Genre:
federal government publication ( marcgt )
legislation ( marcgt )
periodical ( marcgt )
serial ( sobekcm )

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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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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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001667609 ( ALEPH )
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AHX9420 ( NOTIS )
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Preceded by:
Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by:
Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by:
Montserrat official gazette
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Virgin Islands official gazette

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Ki/ti-A~i~sAeq-Ac IAaze//c. No.3
Juniorulihe by acuathority. tn eter
VoL. IT.ts NeviSAY 12,n Snn:01,R brer J No 40.nll
flg sb' ad heV r~i Ilads 1)rictn. Deatomant' Acciintat I AAediet Ori 195 "w. receaivedHtt 1 71 letv' iym ateon 1 '.-san t D'e~t11(, npinenhu t 195.) ce, elf, No. 47 1103. Ghlii' 1& b 'o'i' '',Ird 0'e N .2 Emahe, E. A.,i ooi Clerk,uy >~ ofte4 Julyti to7i4 t h St. Tr o.1 toe enor Clerk e~n e.Lour
K t/t U I I A g ili0.ef. o3 om-nu t Sept. I No I ( 4 95, 1,o A torde
for gntr:J inoim~tii1i fraion Stamw x Hges C. 1 b Aa-si'tant Plant H1957.av h (i~to a quaill oni 'elig Mr P. t E. Ryia, --nrrn n(e t, Elet-riciti Depart- lthis tNoy 47/ t5(W0iSSI
Junior~~~al to n iU'tueu -t'd Consulro' (I 13:,N t p- r, It
Dartmz: at \vil I e tae, bc> wd of Tho.s 4. Pt t1 t5 7. Tb Huo O r al Dsrc
Dog Ilari and he VrginIslans 1)part e tn to ac InAcouant 57'
(he 1st B. ils 17 ca Ofcr Ag6lCUnIotita teraimi nt.A ug. 31 RJ No. 1t 0 o 1 7 fT e Anml Citef n l eiefli,, dateh xi- Mates to, (Diseased alrk linortito)(Amn
th Md Ofiers oates t o be.]t uno Ordl. ipcli wine. 1957
eI Dtstr I:.. N unti hloeur,- o. 1 f15 h eeomn
Office h ft rieta 5:o nit o S'l e i telk1o Il ct i i y D p r tl" li ,l is 0tl thath iesear ff~ State fo1t8th~~, 1957 n it a .18
(a) Dr. A.. il oy, todca OefMeical ( otit has. itnfo rmemthe Governor Ref. No. 1 nd Sepmer 1957 Adnl ODie istrict that the poweria offce Dis-lwae wl
trictot bel execise iat ree.c ofl thee Noo1 owfd 19,l Thmp cotton (mendAdminl~t~d~". '~'e nndrmonione Ordisnce :- Amnij-NTent)-, Ordianc. 15 '
be A euAw. offivquo. Ruater Nat 4 0 4 1h2 September, 1957.
Blis ON. 38 ofI 95 TO e CRItA CE Rae ef. No. e~z 1 's Oi lcc,
(Amndmnt Ordnace 1956 ''. Alatiglu4
Ther ADstit e of) utig i en has 28.3 ofqs 1957"TeDveomn
(ppo Drtl A. the noycrto bfionediMa- 470048asifome0heGoeno.R -No. 1 0 0 riaoe bei~ exorse ihe ('okayt of Antgua No.1 4f of57 195 Th Coheo (Leesrayo
Adminikindryonioie Ordinnces: Office, ment) Ordinance, 1!57. inrdcdinote.gsltv on
N/, 2uu 7hAgs.157 iHo ni nd otserrat5
ASeptembern. A9I.*! 7. Rf. No. 47/0049r9.cuey r cruatd wthti
9tN o. elbi' 104.T No. 3 of 1956 T e Hotl Raid C ijSvet t fi
Apponate.trasfes, e (AmeOdinant 1956 ace 195 ". tDieog etuEecrciy
Th d insr~oro nigahs28t4 A ugust, 1957. La riac,15. the pulic- O serie w it ec Mr- Rf o 47/00001N..07 the dffte ftaed re ublon ishe forntoigua:
general iaformation:- ~No. 41 of 1956, The Poers Duaties of 'eIcoeTx(Aedet
Adini~~ni.,4ratoran Privilege (Tanfr)Oriane Ordinance, 1957."nrdcdntth Lesliv Co
ANto yo H0. Nunio 3lrk Peaan 19566 "". oel i nt
Deveopntervics t oses betc.Jn 28th August, 1957. Loan Tritlne, by1957 tat.Ac
Clek, resur. Spt andf No.ilge (Transfer) (riaje Ordinanetrlace, 1957."




iuoiTi Z A iTIJ, aMONT s~SER!'AT AN D V I iULGEI SLNDS GAZEITTE. [Septcimber 12,1957
No. 108. 't'RADJLU ~i OFIA ICE, TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TlOTrOLA, TO)RTOLA
The fowiug Statuitory Rules and BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS. BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
Orders are c:initMed with this 22od Allugust, 1957. 22nd Auigust, 19157.
(4dzette and forin part thereof:-- WEST' INDIAN TOBAC,-WCO (COM.1 tiqiia. PANY LTIITEI of (Ntarnp Flours, CAUtRE11AS LIMITED of Arcadiai
,10. 18 o' I 957. "The Pensions Eastern tfain Ro.- phTiji- Works, Hl-atiia atJ ffi;ti. Lo0tulo1,
Am-n nt)Reguiati is,, 1957." ha,[i i \.-tnih-e N. I. Enhd ave aIppli-d for
1pp i-i' 3 c ~s applied for -r aiof oi Trade Rtgistration ot on e Ti-ad? Mark and N.24 01 115." 'h loen" -e Sr k, In p. designi cor:is, 02 of tin- folowillg:2 50 ,. of i195i, roc "IAi ~otil---dated! S'ptc nib(r 6. 1 itS?1, li ig g 7 ylf\
into .j,.-ration thle Wantal 1'roai nut CO)2DIV
Ordiniet-.f9tT io. I a 1.57)I
Ph 8 .
No. 16~ of 1957. Tho P'jJ~ if.
fare Asoauico (Am-ndini-no I r'
No. 18 of 1957. -Tao, AUlst-rrat
Pos'al Service (Arnini,-nt) Rulo's
and l'Zolnh~tions. 195 7."
No. 21 of 1957, Ptdi eL~atoii L
&At ,d ~ ~ ~ 08 7,U,5,nl t tiepr il '" 4 1. t1r- i s to 0,y TO tobacco,
seetioni 43 4f the iMontserrat fJoitti- whvleth'~j 01- oat aatii i i nial- ill -lits,15 -I :-i is to saly: Tobacco2
ttiIon and Election., Ordinanc-e,. 1952 foctur'(1 XN1ehIoruian
(No. I o f -1952). l)Pp. Priice 3 c/s. Ally ptrs iSi niy \Yihin thrce Lxietlrd. te uolo uiaa
Firgqin 14-mis, mnonthis froml the dat of the first am peurl
No- 25 of 19457, "Procin.-tion pearani e oft this Adw vorist mon tt in tho Any person may' within three,
dated ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~l filtl .ie ,15.de ig AOt/n.i~/"' / I IiV/~ u~oyths of t h0 Pan of the first appearthe Le-gisiative C,-uiiicI of tile J1lati'ls (10 W//UIv !V' WfticWO HIdli- anlcol of tiiw Ad vertis-,nient inl the (PoIe' c V. I p.Prc cite at tilje i-i larks ) iec cT ortola, A0/ 0lm, Jfo (serat ein ml irgiia
N 2 (t P 7 'P ia i tini-t~I riis I -i15: s fo 5 l Ilnds Ga: cfh' give notice, in dtipli-,~onh' r R ), 1957, in intl g thie to registriat ion t'1 thn stid Trade Mark. C Il at- the- Tli ol Marks Offie, Tortola, date (ot- holding a (InleralEetin' 11.\ X BlSo it h i Vrgii 1-latids of opposition to,
1 pp. !Pt- 3rnts. ff Tri Afrls ri-uzsti-atinn w* the said T-ale Mark.
1q 1 s I a -TRIEMARKS OFFICE, H. Alex Besson,
i~orit~erat. TRAI) ]?ciftrar of T~jeMarksThe Rez-lstration of United BRITISH V1tloIN I'-LAxIlS. MAK OFIE
Kingdom Patents zsct-. 11025. AI2 MAAKSstFFICE,
_____--YARDA~Y~ (u 1~~ ~TOR170LA,
NOT TCE I1 lit ', G2 91 I ViiN that 'tl'o P.Crete.,aIF~ttt ViIRGIN ISLANDS.
4 I.l~li ON PU PIIS)LI~iEDStratford, London, E., alld 33, Old 1u uut 97
of Mar low, Bluckinghiainslire, 0>W Bond Street, London, WV., Iantlnd, 131t )N 1);l,_ SiPENcEi & comIlandt have a pplied for- re-isfration l l have amtilied for registration ofT One PANX Y 1.1 fi \] ED:1 oII i Book-id i Works, tile Colonly of (I sita f IT,,ited Tr-ade Mark consisting of the follow- SettleitsI iHl niYr
1Cini doto lanot No. 7.50.7;37 d ated malg- i -,37 Qa- iSqtlnr- i-, mon,
the I )th day of Arl15,and issued 4 .CEgan nx pdo o
onl th S :5h dax- of IFebrnairv, 1957, and Itegatri ion of on- rra1 -aplied co
have filedl at the leita'sOffice, Rei' sidingo or ioniovi: Trd- ar cn
Plyi ii'hMon tser-rat, at comp lete
(-ip -4 tin- specifications and thle Ce- at.
tific~io 4,,f the Comptroller Cxeneral of ~Kg~i
tho Ctild Kingdom patent Office ~ \in Class 1, tlint is toHs VChemical
givi o full pat ticul-rs of this patent, sbtne 5~ imnfcues
whjichI will b)e openi to punblic inspec- uo -~h rp~ispicti-erh
tion -It thie saLid offic- at an ti mi and nI1i-C01'r--Si reS; al in Chtass It;,
t.nhe- hours of 9.00 a.m. aridthtitoa: lnitite fo
daystha fios 9.o say:. tofromm
3.30 im. ont working days except on ieainlior~titue o
W ednesdays when the hours will be b id n rd c rti n
from 9.00) n.m. to 12 noon anti Satar- buidin applilcnt limt.httiyhv
They fromicnt laim tan to. t.0 heyha.
A i pjerson may within two inouths ina Class 48, that is to say. Perfunmery used thle said Trntdtt Aark inl respect from tile (iate of this Advertisement (including toilet articles, preparations of the- s-aid goods for four years r-specgive notice to the Registrar of op- for- the teeth and hair, and perfumed tively before the date of their position to the issite of a Certificate of soa). application.
Registration upon any of the grounds Any person may within three Any person mnay within three
prescrib-d in Section 10 of the patents months from thle date of the first ap- months of the (late of the- firit app-aotrAct, 1906, for opposition to the grant poarance of this Advertisement in the auce of the Advcrtiseint inl the of Letters Patent. Anliqua, Mont serrat and Virgin Antigua, Alhntsernrt rend 1if qin
Dated the 27th d ay of August, 1957. 1,141W6,i Gazette give notice in dupli- Islanlds Gazette, give notice in triplicate at the Trade Marks Office, cafe at thle TPrate Marks 'Office,
F. 0. C. Harris, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, of Tortola, Biritish Virgin Islands of
Registrar. opposition to registration of the said opposition to registration of thle said
Re,qi.trar's Ollice, Trade Mark. Trade Mar k.
Plymouth, H. ALKx BES8ON, 1-1. ALEX I3ESSON,
Jfon ts-crratt, Registrar o/' Trade Marks. Registrar of' Trade Jrks




Seprtemnber 12 iV57i 1 1lEANTIGJJA) ATONTSERAUAT AND) VIP-tG]N JSLA.NJS (i.\Z ETTU' 1.;7
T.RADE 12,1AIKS OFFICE, TRIADE MA RKS OFFICE, ini (lass I that is to sa:t,- paits, varPLY-MOUTHT. PLYMO UTH. nrshes (Other than iw I risehi ig varnisl2,
MONTSERRAT, MONT'SMURnA'1, enamels Oin tire ratureof(I pant),
15th August, 1.957. 150h A ugust, 1957. painters' coor, listen rin, japans,
BRITISH-AMNRIUAN TOBACCO AITI N & BA ERETI IMITEQD wooU.pntad antelirliCOMPANY. LI MITED, of West- of Ne's tor Roi I. Yeo'vil, Somnerset, C~Oie:i nifI 'aoi
xxinstir House. 7, Miliha k. London, Englaind, have app] id for 1-ogistra- ti(*i .~ an "11icorsv ( ,;Is. S.W., England, have applied for tion or one 'ranni 7\hr]: i'lcniil of Regiration of four Trade Arks cow- the fiillrrw~ng':.-'Sisting of tie f1lliowing:- The, flprlliiet.elji t!!a they have
(1) ~i~ ]~lnsed tie s-d Ten'le Ahirk in respect
()- said od for 4 -irsbhr hin ( las 2, that in to say: \Vtrinary dath of their said Ap e,{j1;ti prepalnnmAol,; and iil ('Ja" 2, that is
QV V, Ato say'.M ,lieind i-!i' phni-r:n.'iri prejrrenns. Any person nia, \ tlin three
flrontls trom the dn't( of tire fire];
(2) Any pr-. mnayir W hini Aree appearance, of this AdIver~i!ernoi ot in
- mou I ins from. the d kto of th" first the Anitiflua, -JIoli/tri1ie irgi
ar iviwe-c of this \ i vtlisenrent ini Isladot4 (Ia ceth, givxe WVoir in niupliAthe: An / Iel Jleon I> ,Jpiil J, d .Ct- tA the '1rnd le. 7der i Office,
I.i(IG (diod e/ce giv xerotiee ini ai. 1h iontsert, (of oppxiI;th i, rnyistacare at the Tralo Ms rk~s Gjtice, Mfont- tion of the sad Trade Miark. \, ~ ~ s-a ~2~~14 f.awim;i registraton of
r'. 0. C. Hlarris,
F. 0. C. Harris,
0Of /ii'U/iQ arks. wf~iro 01' Ttt .'u~
TENDER NOTICE.
I'ROO.'T StARSt AL'S- OFFICEr,
Teur i re inii ed for the (Ion(3) struion~r 4)f at ew rfeu ANTME A.
ConcokBride A Porraianru kirowoi
E----- as Nort Si iird Bridge. Ant iguan. to- 3rdI SiptendwIo, 1957.
i~"~ '~i* getne with Mhe fniioirn of an
earthen el n kmnt bi- the ne1w
appnoih wmd.Niio;nn i,- her-he Ji--n hr'u "hese appril ibh ed.i- S(It lv Pubiilic AA !eii) L thek
Inwhas ne,:rd Sronir-et s anid ('om!t Hiio< ini tie (Myr of SR. &A n's ~~ (dci-i e Condition if Comntiract for this on Thursday thle 26th day of Septern~~~~lm nut hokm e hignoxicee at tiwv Office her, 1957 at 3.00) p. in the Spveral
4if th ('ioilErgrerI~. n iik Idece of ban I heloneig to the leroons
iVGHAM Cp -s
Department. herea~iftri' liiilied : the Samre having'
hbi'ri levied uponr to satisfy the Land
Tenders should bre addlresseid to the Tax for the years 1954-1956:( [I (Srlorriad Engiineer iii sealed envelopes
marked **TENDER FOR NORTH
SOUTND BRIDGE" and should reach Situation of Land Name3 of Owner
this office riot later than 4 p.m. on of Land
- Friday 6th September. 1 957.
in Clao 45. that is to say:-- Tobacco Governmnent dlims not Id14d itself to All Saints All1 Saints Vestry whether rreanrmfnct rN r'ti(I unnmanufAc- accept the lowest or any Tender. Bailey Hill Mary .Ianips tured. GedlnPtr
Tihe Applir air- claimi that they ( 'olnbe Enghmirefs~ (fl/ice, Samuxelof Peters
have used the' e;ii Tlranfe Merks Pu/41ic 11-ol'rs I)0par'/iien/ Sa1r1]Prr
No. 1, 2 arid 3 in res'peieU if the said 28th AuuM 1951 Muray To nigoods for 53 year- before the date ofBlcPon daiAns
their said Applicariei arnd the said --___--- -Bakoit EwalMrs
Trade Mar-k No. 4 in respect of the TRADE MARKS OFFICE, Bod" Pond Johnr David
said goods for 4S yars before the dak PLYMOUTHJ. MONTSZHRAT. .,Charles Williams
of their said Applie-ition. 15% Auntast, 1957, ,,Joseph Charl' s
Any person irray within three BLUNDELL, SPENCET & CO., A tgus ta Davi s
moonths from the dat- oif tho first ap- LIMITED, of lBanksirle Works, Sei- George David
pearance of this Advertisemrent in the coates Lane, Hull, Eniglanrd; amid York Dai PigoDavt
Antigua, -Af1ontseriwt &; Virginr House, :37. Queen Sqrrare, Lonrdmn, Deovid ichard
JA/ands Gaseie- give rwtice inXV.-% C., Erighlar, hae apole for ,,Williami Henry
cate at the Trade Marks Otfie, Mont- Rlegistration of one Tr-ade Mark cowserrat, of opprositioin to registration of Fisting of the fmllowhmng:- BolAns Garden Marrassah Joseph the said Trade Marks.
F. C Hari, AM ~ 9T~.Buckleys Avis Francis
-Registrar of Trade Mark8. P i/I P' Blizzartis Qurin Farara




!()I, TH!-, MON"PSIEW TITANS V[11,G[N- ISLANDS GAZETTE 1957
TRAIll", MAI (JIJV!f F, TRADI, )"AHKIS OPFICE, 1) El M ltl 'S '01 'Flep,
AN'PROjA. 20ta Atigust,
_,Wh Aii-iist, f957. To trpo 1,
YARDLEY & COMPANY 1J.)v11T- 13RIT[1,11 VIRG,\ ISLANDS,
AMR0 1, 'l-V IF Ti 11A N Q, 1 111 ED of 105, Carptoters Road, Straford 15 t I i A u Vl-; F'_ I )5 7.
C 0 M 1) A N I ( .1. I
Londori E. aml 33. Old Bond Street, S-,F S A,,,,,I )!11 Ile, C v )f 111d' IMPOlis, Louflo)), NV.. Eiwlawl, have applied THM UCrT,:TT A N 1) Al'YERS
jTS..,l_ l,-1,v,, ;di-d for for Relistna;c- of oiii, 'Prad, Afak 'J'O l, 01Y."O !',%N 'i, ,f Fifth
ralioll (of I-o( Tr :A(' bcvk coa- C alsistill f of It 1 lo, fol I olvi I g:
of i jn CiJlowul-:- applit d for v :;itioo oif' Trado
M ark ;illt coll,,,*I ,l ,, of tile
C
7
C i a s 4 2) c: W! T I
:lnel tractor(s. 2.
y
"o: a,
(:ases, 111 18 ,Aial, i: to s iy Perrimif'ry
-rr 1 I", i ol Is, pl."par"Itiong
loiA 'mir. uid pirfutried 4' Tobaco,
zoq)or, oiled 'pap"r. corl"i- soq)).
-tm-d or
chill Illat th y
fi,-,Per Nvowi 11 Il"ek- lwvp imm vl p flit, tid Tralk" 'Ilark in thev have
: ,!Il bto, 1 of, the S kld ;0OdS ill VlltigtlA
U11-id fll;s Tra e ilwi, Aky, 1957.
b ,,ftlore tile oF 'heir ;)id ar A r, y prsfoi m v vl'iAiiii t h ree
ooi t.hs of tii dl ,fI, o f'!cl ilrst tpp, arT if T 11, k ill kii lt y w ; i i I i
of f, -, 1. ,, () t CO of lhi A illv -rti -iiim lit iii. the
I i I Ont 'L- [i 111 'A 1 0 1 t 0 010 fi I'St yeal i-forc the ol;zkh! of ill li(l w)pearai (, o!' thi ; iii
A- p! i, iilVin I\- Tl (3 111 6 u plic;1.1e ;tt the kI
iii% p; v,' not iee ill 411upli- p 1. 1 S 0 1_1 11111V V1, I I itish Vir, 'Il opp(lsition.
0 tile Tiw1it Varks Wll,, (,, Aiiticl, t 1,0111 of OPPol;i(ioll to Of
ap-k A ivov -MOIJ ill -,
tll ," Al,,otigia, HO1U'w"-ni-'-' Tt'Ade Mark. H. Aim lesson,
I&Ylis"r ar Of T -(de Marko.
1,51(olds (7 a-zeM,, give ilw;c', ill -,[Ai0 E CI L 0. BYRON,
cate at th- "i ,nlo V O'fic(,. Rejji: Iiwv of' 'Pi-(.oodc Jfarirs.
Antigua, ot. i op pos: t i w i ,I) :,I-Ii i,,:aiol) NrAli
TIMM", A"'ARKS OFFICE, TORTOLA,
Ctuii, 0. 13YRON ANTM11TA, *20th Auum f, 1957. 1311111",H Vlj 'GIN [,-;LAND%-,,
o/ 11TIOGE111111 &- MYNRS TOBACCO k-oth 19.57.
(10 f 1) AN Y of 6M) Fifth Avenue, 1170Now York, l1av(, appliedd for C0.0 ; 1A N Y, 6:lO Fifth
rat i o n ol one Trada Mark
veil ue, have
of t I-,(, followilig:
TRXI)E' MARKS OFI(JILIVE, applio(l l"ll. r;-Ii :r I 11 "llf: Trade.
T 0 J)'P4) 1, A Al 2 t1.5ili AUgUSI, 1957.
j
T! J S. FI Y1( '11 OWNTPAN',', o,: 3.1 ,Htli A ,- N e w
V" _A_ have kpp;:ed Ilkr;a onl- aAI. Mc-,k
of th;a w
, AAKA D I A MC) N D or
ill 4), that is to sa : ferineitted
liquor: and spirits. Ili Ia 4 5 t 1); i t i: t i t Ci-,I tt.-s. i -1, t i I is to 'a ToiJCCG
The ApplicaW cla in L I:lt fliev AV], ImmilIacturt d A,
Th Applicants claim that Hwy asI it ti( Od Tr ld- -Mark tlll A
h:tvI- tised this uwak siaco Apil, "J.-J. ill of Ow "aid mwds sillce th- Appli'alli's (-Illim Ohat th'-V Lave
!1!. 1 T the ( att of llsod ;his I MuL,'k ,hlc Fel;vmtry Any loorioii may within t h ree thr-ir s.Iid Applhicioll.
illolIC"s (il. tht. datclo of the first als!war- A It 1), violl ID:lv within th ree A 1) v
anci of this Wvortiseineiit in the, months froin i w (i lto ill th, first of Ili~ da- ,i Ill- fir I alopearAnti.qliia. Jfw;,tserlowt and Vir'lf ill N)") all.-Hice (of I Y's, in 811( of I-Iii : Advtr[ismeat ill the
IsIrmh Ga -elle, giv', notiep ill dllpli- th', AWirpovi, Mojd. rrrfd J: -Virgin zitiliyola, Jroolo.f, 'y fed (1,Id Virgin
cate ,.t thf- Trade Marks Whoe, Ywtola 1,4(md fazilb, -Ivt llotic'e In '111pli- 1.31WO)"", iwlico Ili (iupliBviti8h Virgiii Islands, of opposition ("'Ito at tiv, l) ivio Varl s Office, Cat'? ,t th, otiiee, 'ror-.
to registration of the stict Trade A!Oi4,tw, (of oppo itioll to registration toLl, Vij-gi j T, opposiMark. of the said 'ra it, tion to of Ow aid Trade
Mark,
H. Am, x Bi s,,ON. CECIL 0. ByiioN, H. Alex Besson,
Registrar qf Trade -VaHes. Registrar ol' Tnade Marks. Registrar of Tiwde ffarkt;.




,eptembet-12,1957] THE ANTIGUA, fOTE1A N iUN rALS~7TE 9
On receipt of the oow 4v o the railway accident in Jamaica the following mfisuge of s jtijfY:depatRed, by His Excellency the Goverimir to the Acting Governor, Jamaica, on the 3rd Septemer, 1957.
The Govornments and Peoples of the Leeward Islands ha.\o been Lgreatly distressed [~he tnewsx (if the rail~a waccident in Jamaica and desire to express to you and thie Goveruetit o4 Jainaica their
dieep svmfl! nI for ife, victims of this terrible disasterr their rehitives anid frienids.
(4oelnor. ee ThIatnds."
,2. Tho followx re ret 1y hias been reei ved from the Acting Governor. Jamnaica,
"The il ,-_ag of sympathy from the peoples of the Leewn,-rd ]lands is~zdteply Ie td t ham
10MhVptmr
5 /00027
_1 hl L, K, Fl FI U'I C El,
KTNIGUA, 30th ; ugust, -9 57.
BI R T1 it X I I [CA N T Q1 )A CC 0 OM PA N Y1 LD Al IIL3) 4f HY m ~e'Iouses,
7 1\ilibmnL, L ondon Vk7\. have applied for .1egismration of Five T'rade ii arks consis a',g of tbe following:.
(Iy t (2)
V1 e. 'k
~~ M~"7 A7~ 4 O.IL
8-1 A .df
I ~r~'5)
LA~k
CL P
C. R f
Engixand
in Class 45" that is to gav: Tobacco whether mnanufactured or uninanuiifact ured.
The )Xpplic~mts chdin that they have us di the said Trade Mlarks 1, 213'15i respect of the said igoods for 7, 0,1 23, 4 & 37 years respectively before thoe (ate-. of their said kpplicatloll.
AIIy personi may wvithint three moriths froyn the date of the first ap~pearnmee of this Advertisementin te "Antiotit, IMontserrat and Virgin Island,, Gazette, 'gv oiei)4piae tteTae
Marks Office, AntignLa, of ojpositionl to registration of the sati( Jfrtde Mlark.
CE(CIL 0. BynoNi
THqst o f Trude Jlalr/cs.




POO THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERI' ATANTD VI N( !N ISLANDS GAZETTE [,'-teptember12,1 '57
in tn Supimine coart of the THAIA 62 Pkq OVFHAI VARKS OFFICE,
VAndward Islands and \NTP&A. ThiiAngtor.1957. ANUGuV 2Nh ."gusto 1957.
IReward Islands. AL PIN & BA HHETT 11111 TED of JO'-, EPH S. 111 iiCll & CO]\[PANY
ANTIGUA CIRCUIT. Newton Road, Y -ovij. Soln rset, of :,). ,O Fifth Avenue, Now York,
England. for pf--gi,"tration U.S.A. have lppli-d f')r Wgistratioll
A.D. 1957. of one '[radv riolsisti!t ,_, t j th(- of m! Trade coil jstiljg of tho
following:- following
1 otioe is herebygiven that in pursuanc.e (If Rules made by the Chief I. p. A l-,
Justice under Section 16 of t1w Wind- El I f, A tLll "ICA DWAVIOND
ward Islands and Leeward islands I 2A Ly
(Courts) Order in Coundl. 193% and in Cbses 2 & 3 that A to aq bt Chass duly approved as therdn provided on 2, VetyrinaU ImTovio-ols and ill the 16di day (d Oebler A. A 1941, Cllays$ Medicin:tl Ind pham tcuti- in Mv A 43 Hwt I to my: Hum. the Ifou(nuable tile Puisne Judge cal. preparations. T!,- Applicants chim that they
selected for the sitting fol' the Court flt Th" A.pplioants chdin that they have :lsed the sak! Trade -Alrark in the Antigua Circuit has appointal f n (I
Tuesday the 1st day (of October. I 95t have not used the said wde Aink in rup f the sail Auce 16th at 11.00 o'clock in the Amnomi as the respect of thp saki pwd,, in Antigua April, 1957, beloro the dato of their dwy of Me mouth on which tile Ilext before W doe (A their said Appli ca- said \,piplicati oil: shUng of tim ADtigna COCUR Shall "" Ai .y ppi-son may ivithh, three
conilucu(10. Any per on in iy %vitldn three nlouLA Won the datu of the first
montlis from the dato of t1w first appeakancu of this lUvertilsonient in, appearenco of tbs AArTlisement hi the i1oQua, Mbntsenwt awl Voybi Dated the30A dny of Aitgn, 1957. thp An!Waa, 31nQwww/ & Vj ,yiti h4ajj(/ riVe notiee in (jUpjjlsl(inelx o T!,ov41o. give nobee in d"pH- ode P: lh- lludo T"As Office,
Cr"C11, 0. Cato- It tile Trade Nhrics Oflie,,, Auti :! t, of to) rr!2istritinri
Anti,,,ua, lfl' opposition to roysunt.imi of thol., .!aid 'I"i;oile Nfckrk. of' t1w said 1'rad Mark.
r4cm (I Hynsn
CIcn, 0. BYRON, 7' (ulo? Jhtrlis.
flpgistre v Of Teafjo Jfa, A8.
TRADE MARK'S OFFICE.
AloTmu&, 20t], AU 111S'U, l!1.57. '11W)E MARKS
-WEST INDIAN TOP., ,AXO COM- ANIJN( ITA, 20th August, 1957.
PAN V LI M ITED of (%cups Fleu, TRADE MARKS OFFHQ
Easiprit Main Road, Sn JwjQ Trink ANIMIUA, 2Mh August, L957. LINIIETT & AKYERS TOBACCO
dad, MINA. hav,- qopli-d !4)!- R,,gistra- 001111', N'Y cC 630 Fifth Avenue,
ton of (me rmdo Muk con&sthi, of BLUND11'LL. SPENCk &, CIO., Ne\v have applied f,-)r
LIMITH; o; 1=1- Scul- Refli i ion of one Trml( A!Nrk
coats I=it,. fltj, ;iw York House,
37 Que, u Squat'e, 11.ondon, have
r Registration of one Trade
-1 Mark consistillT of [he following":T1 PDf
-1
T 7! I T, T-A
Jill
ZZ Z> D
in C! Lss I fliat is to sm : julints, WITH
varnish-s (other than in6uAting A JA jf.4
varnisli), -naniels (in the tt:tturo of
paint), painted, colom
-s' -sdistempers,
aoluers, p dntand varnish
dri, rs, vo-,d pi-s ,rvativ-s. wood
in Cla! 4.5 that is to t,,ay, Mmiufae- Stains, aluti-corrosive and anti-folilhUVA b4mco. ing eomposidont, and anti-ownmive in Chj 4s 45 that is to say: Cigarettes.
oils.
Th- Applicaitts clain) that tlipy 1h Applioants elaiju th,0, they
bttvt- not us-d fit,, okid Tra(4, Nfark ii, 'Phe Applicants claim that They huye toed he said Tr"V Mak in respect ofthe 6 jdd goods ill Autigju, ha" n"d dom sAd Trade Mark respeo-of the sail goods since Isl befon! th, dmto of APR odd appli- in inspect of Mp said mWil for 11,T, 1957 lylore the We of their
cation. 4 years before thn date of Aek said maid ApplVathm.
Application.
Any person may within three A p _, person may -vifhin thi-ee
months fnm thi- (iate of the first Any person may wkhW three Inonth, from the late f the Wat appearance W Hds Adverdsement in luOnths from th- dats of the first !wpununce uf AW AdverisomenlL in tilf, Anliflila, _1T)nA&,r1.at & V1.1-gi?, appearmice of t-his Advn6s"nent in the Attiigwt, 11ontserrotand Virgin lslawl. Gazelte. give DotiCe ID 41111pli- the A atigna, Jlonto3errat and VirfliTt lshwd.,4 G(tzellp, give nolic k in dnplicatc, at the Trade Marks Office, Islands Gazette, ;Yve nodee in dupU- cate ttt the Trade M ,i-ks Oflice, Antigua, of opposition to registration cate at the Trade Marks, Office, Antigun, or oppoyifion to jagistruu0n of the said Trade MarIc. Antigua of opposition to regishadon of the said rrad,- Mark.
of the said Trade -Mark.
Cum 0. BYRON, Cecil 0. Byron, C.,CIL 0. HynoN,
gist)-ar of Trade Marks. 1?egi8trar of Trade Marks. lee,,istrwr of 17r(tda Alarlre




Septemb-r'L2, 1 p57] TE N TLGiUA MtY i%", T iUi D V[(U fSL 1>Ut I>'AICT:
TRADE MARKS OFFI4C V. Tf),*DE 0AlKSrFICE, TRAP_7PX i -NOTICE.
PLYMiiOUTH. MONT 'SMM HAT. i LY 510U'Hi. MONTSERRAT.
~tliAniu:- I .. 25 .ugns. 137. The Antigua Vehicles & Road
IA\f;lIT 'HM-, Ti IIACCO Traffic Ordinance,, 1946.
CI4Ui () M1 ii 1, S I1'0 C N Y (j c3 1ti -th A venue, 9 Virtueoftepwrcnerd
11 M 'I Y :-ti A .. o Ne Yv'ol Stt ,! 'k', Yo- United ("i l(l of tie owei '2 of fherredg
Yor 01SI tt of New Yiork UIc Lj-d StgtasSb (,4i'i Ain,-:ic:t: ijav-e apphrd for 0 ei o~in2o eAniu of Avria hve :j i *-C.:Seci:.r~i- R-g:~tat ono on Ti ~ uk Vlicles and I-ioa(I Iraffic Ortd inanlce, tion~~~~~~~~ ofo-TaeMu o fss u h eiei::N o of14 I hereby fix the periodic
the following hereunder for the lighting of vehicles.
~ ~ '1Un til further nlotict, the lighting
- ?i ~~ period shall 1w liii ( 1.80 p.11. to
D).ivdl this 22nd i\d of August,
1-%N\ 19:7.
A. A. NL, HILL,
in CaL~ 45 lia is ,o ett ,,.Agricultural Department,
The Applicants cl-tini hat fl date ii 1:;I ; o) ii ete.
of fir-st use of the sid rad e TtOIioi'. ~in :ti til! :a 1,1 datx1-ua
iulait k s gi yen ill the Ulliteld -qar- of fiest t"41 th: sni -de Mark is --___A pplication as Fel muarey, I 1,5:3 given1 Ill Gte (Ittd 1tAtPH z\ 1')1i Ca- JT)j 195 194. 196 d it5i1, 197
Any person may' vilJ t:hr-e Anyv person nvw itiin three Janimn 6 5t (5 28 '
months from the datO 14 1,h' first 1110ut0S flon tie do! Pf o.' t ie first Ft-h. 1.02 2.45 .X8 1.23 2.29 app-ain(e of thiis A-ivf ri ineiut in apipeuirAeiuw (4 thi: A ye tsiien M Ar. .()S .8:4 1 lo) .40 theA ttua Mn t;e-,a 9Ti-j/)L th Atiae J~d.es-itd April 2.W' .49 1.75 A3 2.51i
,qutHo' 50 1 3.83 LI81 2.5R 1.1
1C4i 1(18 tj-(tZRtte, n1 P i i: olipli laltiI (j gr(t' 59'. d0 0 'i li j lune 1.31 3.32 1.17 5.72 2,861 Cate at thle Trsde Marks I jflce. Jon ~t- eat e at the Tnid(, NI!trk9 Oflhee,, 3 ily 3.20; 3. 47 2, 13 4.29 IJ50 sc-rrat, of opposi tioni to tea ar i on of M ntsetmnt of 1 1 to 3. 1-itia Aiio 93 ,.2,7 -67 6.48
the 8aid Tralo Mark. tion of diho Saltit ~k o7hSj II30 1 0
F". 0>'. (1. TIA11,111s, F'. (). C. 11 f, ItS, 20.88 27.28 20.i69 29) 16 2U.5,
Reqist)rai' f1Trade [hars.1elisbai' of Trade Varkks. -TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
ANITIGUA, 20th August, 1 957.
AEJI MYZ. WE TRANSIT COMPANY, INC., of 863 Massachusetts Avenue, City of Indianapolis,
-Indiana, h~sa. ve appli- for' Registration of one Trade MNark consisting of the following:.-.
in Classes 22 (1 39'
Class 22 rlust is to sa,-y: trucks, vans. trailers, Carts and tractors.
Class 39 thiat is to say: packing cases, boxes and cartons of cardboard, corrugated paper, waterproof packing paper, oiled paper, corrugated wrapping and packing paper, wooden packing crates and h(Xes.
'l'lie, Applicants claims that thle have used tile said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods for 18 years before thle (late of their said A t'plicaionl.
Any person may within three months from the late of the first appearance of this Advertisement in the Antigqua, iXon &serrat &' Virfpn Jsland.is Gazeite, give notice in duplicate, at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua, of opposition to registration of the said '1'rade Mark.
Cecil 0. Byron,
Reg istrar of J7rade MaIrks5.
Fr: uted Ut the Government Printing Offlce, Antigua. Lec-ward hnadi4 by E. M. BLACKM._NAN, Government 1'rinter.-By Authority.
i195-,7.
1Pij 40 cents )




No. of 1957, Development (Electricity) Loan, ANTIGUA,
ANTIGUA.
No. of 1957.
[BILL FoR]
An Ordinance to make provision for raising a loan of six hundred and twenty-four thousand dollars for the provision of additional power station plant and equipment for the Government electricity, ice and cold
storage undertaking in the Colony.
Commencement,
WI EtERA S it is expedient to raise a loan Preambld. of six hundred and 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 (Electricity) Loan Ordinance, 1957.
2. The Governor is hereby authorised to Authority to raise a loan of an amount sufficient to produce Goverror to as nearly as may be the sum of six hundred .624,o. and twenty-four thousand dollars and such further sums as may be necessary to defray the expenses of issue,




ANTIGUA. 2 Development (Electricity) Loan No. of 1957. Security for 8. 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 of 4. The loan hereby authorised or any
raising loan. part of it may be raised in London under the s/%,o. provisions of the General Loan and Stock
Ordinance, 1950 or, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the said Ordinance, independently of that Ordinance, as the Governor or the Crown Agents acting on his behalf may
decide.
Application 5. (1) Any sum raised to defray the of loan. expenses of issue shall be applied only to that
purpose.
(2) Save as aforesaid, the money to be
borrowed under the authority of this Ordinance shall be appropriated and applied to the purpose
specified in the Schedule hereto.
Constitution 6. (1) If any loan hereby authorised is of sinking
f und and raised under the provisions of the General Loan payment of and Stock Ordinance, 1950, then the contribuinterest ,
tion to sinking fund as contemplated by the provisions of sections 14 and 28 of the said Ordinance, as the case may be, shall commence 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 efolloing 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 aeneral revenues and assets of the Colony a sum equal to one half-year's interest on the whole of the loan outstanding and shall remit that sum to the Crown




No. of 1957. Development (Electricity) Loan. 3 ANTIGUA.
Agents at such time as will enable them to pay there-out the then current half-year'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 or a sinking fund for the payment 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 G(overnor on the issue of the loan and shall remit that sum to the Crown Agents 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 sulficient to redeem the
loan at its due date.
(d) The Crown Agents shall place at
interest or 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 shall also place at interest or invest the dividends, interest or produce of such investments in the purchase of like securities and may from time to time with the approval of the Secretary of State change 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.




ANTIGUA. 4 Development (Eleotricity) Loan. No. of 1957,
(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 Ordi.
nance at the time the same shall have become due the Governor shall make good the deficiencies out of the General revenoeo
and assets of the Colony.
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this day
of 195Z.
Clerk of the Council.
SCHEDULE
For the provision of additional power station plant and equipment for the Government electric, ice and cold storage undertaking in the Colony $624,000
OBJECTS AND REASONS.
The object of this Bill is to make provision for the raising of a loan in the United Kingdom of $624,000 in order to provide additional power station plant and equipinent for the Government electric, ice and cold storage undertaking in the Colony.
W. E. JACOBS,
Attorney General.
Attorney General's Chambers,
St. John's,
Antiqua.
20th May, 1957.
Printed at i, ta Government Printing Office, Antigua, i~eward Islands,
by E. M. BtL.OxMAN, Government Printer.--By Authority.
1957,
47/221-330-9.57. Prim 6 tMts.




No. of 1957. Income Tax (Amendment) MoNrSEU RAI
Ordinance, 1957.
MONTSERRAT.
No. of 1957.
BILL FO)R
An Ordinance to amend further the Income Tax
Ordinance, 1945.
commence.
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony of Montserrat.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the In- Short title. come Tax (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957, and shall be read as one with the Income Tax Ordinance, 6/1954, 1945, as amended, hereinafter called the Prin- 3/1947,
3/ t950
cipal Ordinance. 22/1956.
2. Section 2 of the Principal Ordinance is Amendme nt
of Section
hereby amended by inserting the following ex- of th pressions immediately after the expression Orince.P "Commissioners"
"The Commonwealth" shall be deemed to include those territories and their dependencies which are named in the First
Schedule to this Ordinance;




MoNTrsRA T 2 Income Tax (Amendment) No. of 1957.
"Commonwealth income tax" means any income tax charged under any law in force in any part of the Commonwealth other than the United Kingdom.
Arne..dmont 3. Subsection (3) of section 4 of the Prinof section
4 of tie, cipal Ordinance is hereby amended:Principal
Ordinance. (i) by substituting the words "The
Commonwealth" for the words "His Majesty's dominions or in any place under His Majesty's protection" and the words "His Majesty's dominions or in that place under His Majesty's protection"; and
(ii) by deleting the words "or place". Amendment 4. Paragraph (g) of section 11 of the Prinof section It of the cipal Ordinance is hereby amended Principal
Ordinance. (i) by substituting the word "Commonwealth" for the word "Empire"; and
(ii) by deleting the words "as defined by this Ordinance". omfnd ..t 5. Sub-paragraph (iv) of paragraph (c) of
of etiion
21 of thi section 21 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby Principal amended by substituting the words the ComOrdinance aeddbysbttuig hewrs"teCm
monwealth" for the words "His Majesty's
dominions or in territory under His Majesty's
protection".
Amendment 6. Subsection (2) of section 29 of the Prinof section 25q cipa.1 Ordinance is hereby amended by deleting of tI e
Pri"ci a the words ", not being a British subject or a firm Ordinoric'
or company whose principal place of business is situate in His Majesty's dominions or in territory under His Majesty's protection, or a
branch thereof".
Ampdnnt 7. Section 52 of the Principal Ordinance is
of section
52 of thc hereby amended as follows:Principal
Ordinance. (i) by inserting the words "Subject to
the pi ovisions of subsection (3) of this section" a.t the beginning of subsection (1) and subsection (2) thereof;
(ii) by substituting the words "Commonwealth income tax" for the words "Empire income tax," whereever they occur in the said section;




No, of 1957. Income Tax (Amendment) 3 MON TERRAT
(iii1) by substituting the words "the
rate of Cortinlonwea lth income tax"
for the words "the Empire rate of tax" wherever they occur in the
said section; and
(iv) by substituting the following subsection for subsection (3) thereof
"(3) No relief shall be granted
in accordance with the provisions of subsection (1) or subsection (2) of this section in respect of Commonwealth income tax charged in
any part of the Commonwealth unless the legislature of that part has provided for relief in respect of tax charged on income both in that part and in Montserrat in a manner similar to that provided for in this
section.
8. Subsection (3) of section 52A of the Amendment Principal Ordinance is hereby amended -of rtio,, -- 52A of the
PrniciplI
(i) by substituting the words "part of
the Commonwealth" for the words "part of His Majesty's Dominions";
and
(ii) by deleting the words "or the
Presidency".
9. Section 57 of the Principal Ordinance is section 57 of
the Principal
hereby repealed and replaced by the following:- o principal
and r'place' d,
57. Immediately on receipt of the ,os
"Provost
warrant the Provost Marshal shall pro- i,,shil to
ceed to levy upon all the goods, chattels ord sl and lands of the persons against whom g,,ods
the warrant is directed and to sell in n the manner provided in section 58 of this Ordinance so much of the same as may be required to satisfy the several sums due on account of the tax from the persons against whom the warrant is directed."
10. Immediately after section 64 of the .Insertion of
new section
Principal Ordinance the following new section 64A :i'h, numbered (4A shall be inserted:- Principal




Mio.vrsiua' 4 Income Tax (Amendmeni) No. of 1957.
"Books of 64A. Any person engaged in any
aICCOUnt t[o
te kept business by way of trade carrying a
stock in trade in excess of live hundred dollars or in any profession shall keep in the English Language proper books of account sufficient to record all trans- actions necessary in order to ascertain the gains and profits made or the loss incurred in each such business or profession, and any such person who fails to- comply with this provision shall be guility of an offence a.ginst this Ordinance, and in addition to any penalty incurred he shall be liable to pay any tax to which he may be assessed under the provisions of this Ordinance."
Amendmc-.'nt 11. Section 70 pf the Principal Ordinance of section
70 of theo is hereby amended by substituting the words Principal second "Second Schedule"' for the word Ordinance. Schedule".
Schedule to 12. The Schedule to the Principal Ordi'he Principal
Ordinance nance shall be renamed "SECOND SCHEDULE".
renamed
Second
Schedule,
hirst 13. The following Schedule. to be inserted in
Scheduleinserted in the Principal Ordinance as the First Schedule Pr i~jipal
Ordin ,nc, thereto: -FIRST SCHEDULE
Aden Federation of Malaya
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan Fiji
Australia Gambia
Antigua Ghana
Bahamas Gibralter
Barbados Gilbert and Ellice Islands
Basutoland Grenada
Bechuanaland Hong Kong
Bermuda India
British Guiana Isle of Man
British Honduras Jamaica
British Solomon Islands Kenya British Virgin Islands Malta
Brunei MauritiusB
Canada New Hebrides
Ceylon New Zealand
Channel Islands Nigeria
Cyprus North Horiei(
IDominica, Nortlh,.rtin lRhodesia
Falkland Islands Nyasalaid Protectorate




No. of 1957. Income Tax (Amendment) 5 MONTSERRAT
FIRST SCHEDULE- (Continued)
Pakistan South-West Africa
St. Christopher-Nevis & Swaziland Anguilla Tanganyika
St. Helena Tonga
St. Lucia Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent Uganda Protectorate
Sarawak Union of South Africa
Seychelles United Kingdom of
Sierra Leone Great Britain and
Singapore Northern Ireland
Somaliland Protectorate Zanzibar." Southern Rhodesia
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this day
of 1957.
Clerk of the Council.
OBJECTS AND REASONS.
The object of this bill is to amend the Income Tax Ordinance, 1945, in accordance with the 'recommendation of the Secretary of State by substituting the term "Commonwealth" for "Empire" and by providing that non-resident British subjects and companies should have the same liability to income tax as other nonresidents.
2. Opportunity is being taken (a) to replace section 57 of the Ordinance by a section empowering the Provost Marshal to levy upon the lands (in addition to the goods and chattels) of tax-defaulters and dispensing with the notice of intention to sell previously required, and (b) to add a new section to the Ordinance requiring persons engaged in business over a certain minimum size and professionals to keep, books of accounts.
3. The bill is based on the Income Tax (Amendment) Ordinance, 1956 (No. 27 of 1956) of St. Christopher-Nevis and Anguilla (omitting sections 10 & 11).
F. 0. C. HARRIS.
Crown Attorney.
Antigua Printery Ltd.




No. of 1957. Title by Registration Act MIONTSERRAT
(Amendment).
MONTSERRAT.
No. of 1957
BILL FO
An Ordinance to amend further the Title by
Registration Act.
Commence
ment.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony of Montserrat.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Title Short title,
by Registration Act (Amendment) Ordinance, Cup 99; 1957, and shall be read as one with the Title by Acts 7/1922 Registration Act, as amended, hereinafter called 21,135
the Principal Act. 1,9/937
4/1943
21/1944
9/1954
c:nd Ordink 23/ 956.
S. & 0
1956 No. 15




MON TSE1 ltkT 2 7'itie by Registration Act No. of 1951.
(Amendment).
Section 12 2. Section 12 of the Principal Act is hereby
of theanasflos Principal repealed replaced a olw: Act repealed
and replaced.
"Right to 12. (1) Land not registered under
first certificat d ci this Act may be so registeredfined and application
trierefor, (a) if the applicant can show
a good documentary title thereto in himself and his predecessors in. ownership for at least thirty years next before the date of the presentation of the request under this Act;
(b) if, notwithstanding that such documentary title thereto cannot be shown, the Court is satisfied from the- deeds or other documents accompanying the request that the applicant has the right to claim the land as owner and that he himself has been in undisturbed possession of the same continuously during the period of twelve years next before the date of the presentation of the request under this Act;
(c) if the applicant has, by descent or by will or deed, acquired a title to the land from a person who would have been entitled himself to have the land registered in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (b) of this subsection:
(d) if the land has been in the sole and undisturbed possession of the applicant alone in his own right or as executor, administrator or trustee, or partly in the sole and undisturbed possession of the applicant in any such right and partly in the sole and undisturbed' possession of any other person through who m he claims. continuously for a period of thirty years next bef ore the date of the presentation of the request under this Act.
(2) The application to bring land under this Part of this Act shall be made by the owner who shall present a re-quest'




No. of 1957. Title Dy Registration Act Mo
(Amendment).
to the Registrar of Titles for the issue to him of. a first certificate in respect of the land described in the request.
(3) Where the owners ot the land are joint tenants, tenants in common or coparceners, the request shall be made in the names of, and shall be signed by, all of them,
(4) Thie request shall be in Form 1 in the Second Schedule and shall be accompanied at the time of presentation by all the titles, deeds or other documents under which the applicant claims to. be the owner of the land.
(5) Forthwith upon the presentation of the request, the Registrar of Titles shall thereupon proceed to give public information of such application by exhibiting on the door of the Court House a copy of the schedule of applications in Form 3 in the Second Schedule. and the person presenting the request shall give further notice of such application by causing that part of the said schedule of applications which relates to his aplication to be advertised in two issues of at least one newspaper published in the Colony, and no such certificate shall be issued until the expiration of four weeks from the date of exhibiting the schedule or from the date of the first appearance thereof in the said newspaper.
(6) The applicant shall also within seven days after the presentation of the request cause notice of the application to be served personally upon all owners or occupiers of land adjoining the land for which a first certificate is applied for. and no certificate shall be issued until proof has been given by the applicant that such notice has been given and that tour weeks have expired Since the giving of that notice.
(7) A Judge may. upon or without
any application, order such special notification to individuals or generally. or may direct yich public advertisement




M, :ur 4 Title by Registration Act No. of 1957.
(Amendment).
of the application for the first certificate in newspapers outside the Colony as may to him appear-just and reasonalbe.
(8) Every request for the issue of a first certificate shall be accompanied by a plan made by a licensed surveyor, and the Registrar of Titles shall reject any plan which he considers insufficient subject to an appeal to a Judge in Chambers.
(9) Where the application for a first certificate is in any respect based on possession of the land, the request shall be.accompanied by affidavits of the applicant and of two other persons at least, and such affidavits shall set out in detail the facts establishing that the applicant has been in sole and undisturbed possession of the land continuously for the period of time required by this section as well as the acts of ownership exercised over the land and shall prove that the rents, fruits and profits accruing out of the land have been taken and appropriated by the applicant as owner during such period."
eI ion 14
ot tl, Pin 3. Section 14 of the Principal Act is hereby
cipul Act
,,n ~ repealed and replaced as follows:-and I
possof .14. (1) Possession for the purpose
1o be pll beossp e.on. of section 12 of this Act shall be possesower. sion as owner by a person, his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns and not as an encuinbrancer holding a life interest or interest for a term of years or other less estate.
(2) A certifiate of title issued under section 13 of this Act to an executor, administrator or trustee shall be expressed as having been issued to the applicant as such executor, administrator or trustee."
mn ~ 4. Section 19 of the Principal Act is hereby I of lhe aenled Prinipal
Act (i) by substi tLting tlic wurds alnd figures
"Crownl Pr!oceedi :d()tdiance, 1954" for thle words "Crown Suits Act or any Ordiiunance uameuding, repealing




No. of 1957. Title by Registration Act 5 MONTrs RRAT'
(Amendment).
or substituted for the same" in subsubsection (2) of the section.
"19/1954" for "3 of 8/23" in the
marginal note thereto; and
(ii) by substituting the words "into the
general revenue of the Colony" for the words "into the said fund" in
section (2) of the section.
5. Subsection (2) of section 34A of the Prin- Amendment
of rlpctiorn
cipal Act is hereby amended by substituting 34A ofh
"Subsections (5), (6), (7) and (8) of section 12 as Prin"p al well as section 13" for "Sections 12 and 13" occurring therein.
6. The Principal Act is hereby amended by Ine-rtron of
inserting therein immediately after section 34A fnthsections the following sections numbered 34B, 34C, 34D, Principal Act.
34E and 34F:
34B. Where a certificate of title has 'i~u o been issued without a plan attached it cut of' shall be lawful for the Registrar of Titles w1, -It at the request of the registered pro- taprietor to issue to such registered proprietor a new certificate of title with plan attached.
34C. Notwithstanding anything to tf nr
/4jr t Certi
the contrary contained in this Act, from neat, of and after the coming into operation of e o f-.t
this section every request for the issue of punied by a first certificate of title and, when there plan. is no plan attached to the certificate of title, every application made under sections 34B and 144 of this Act for ,the issue of a new certificate of title and every transfer and every request for tran s mission of land registered under A;his Act and every request for the issue of a new certificate of title under the provisions of sections 34E and 34F of this Act shall be accompanied by three plans of the land to be described in the certificate of title, two of which shall be attached to the original and duplicate certificates of title when issued.
34D. Subsections (5), (6), (7) and section
(8) of section 12 as well as section .13 of 2 ()()() this Act shall have effect, mutatis ,s ction 1p
mutandis, on every request made under '0 i".h
sections 34B anrid 34C of this Act. u'nd- 3"
aind '4C.




MOI TSuRA'r 6 Title by Registration Act No, of 1957.
(Amendment).
Paltition 34E. Where an Order for the partition of land registered under this Act is made by the Court the Writ of Partition directed to the Prbvost Marshal shall be sufficient to authorise the Provost Marshal 1o transfer to the several parties amongst whom the land has been
partitioned their respective portions, and subject to the production of the required plans by the respective parties concerned the Registrar of Titles shall at the request of the Provost Marshal issue certificates of title to the said parties for their respective portions at their expense.
Rectifia- 34F. If it is proved to the satisfaction of
p... tion of the Court or a Judge that any error or discrepancy appears on a plan registered under this Act he may direct such inquiry as he may think fit to be made into the circumstances of the case and upon proof of such error or disprepancy order that the plan be corrected or rectified or that a new plan be made and substituted for the former: Provided that on, every such inquiry four weeks notice shall be given to the owners or occupiers of lands adjacent to the portion of land comprised in the plan to be corrected or rectified and likely to be affected by such correction or rectification and provided further that when a new plan is ordered section 34D of this Act shall also apply to this section."
Amendment 7. Section 136 of the Principal Act is hereby
of section
136 of thc amended
Principal
Act.
(a) by inserting a common after the
word "clerks": and
(b) by inserting the words "or by means of a rubber stamp" between the said comma
and the words "If suich".
Arm~ndintnt 8. Section 146 of the Principal Act is hereby 116 of the amended by substituting the word "appears" for
Principal the word "bears-.
Act,
A erd....'. 9. Section 164 of the Principal Act is hereby of ec ion I
164 ot th amended by substituting the word "Crown" for
Principal t
act. the words "assurance. f und".




No. of 1957. Title by Registration Act 7 MONTSERRAT
(Amendment).
10. Section 165 of the Principal Act is here- Ar.mdmrnt by amended by substituting the words oSupreme of Cl
Court" for the words "Circuit Court". Pric'ci
A t,
11. Section 170 of the Principal Act is hereby amended by inserting the words "or otherwise ,ann.t contrary to the provisions of section 19 of the 170 the Supreme Court Act, 1939" between the words "for PrincipAi or in expectation of any fee, gain or reward" and Act. the words "and a further affidavit"; and substituting "20/1939" for "Cap. 22" in the marginal note to the section.
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this
day of 1957.
Clerk of the Council,
OBJECTS AND REASONS.
The object of this Bill is to revise the Title by Registration Act in the following respects:---(i) by seeking to make provisions to define more precisely the right of the owners of unregistered land to bring the same under the operation of the
said Act (Clauses 2 and 3); and
(ii) by seeking to amend the Act in
other respects which are deemed
necessary.
2. Clauses 2 and 3 of the Bill are based upon the Title by Registration Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1949 (No. 2 of 1949) of Dominica. and clause 6 of the Bill is based upon the Title by Registration Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950 (No. 15 of 1950) of the same Colony.
(Sgd.) F. 0. C.. HARRIS, Crown Attorney,
Anligu? Printery Lifd.




ANT.1GUA.
sTATvuTroiRY RULES AND ORDER*
1967, No. 18
THEF iNsioI's (AMdENDMENTr) RFGULATIO\S. PY)57. lIxD
- Juix 10, 1957, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL
WUI THE SANCION OF rftH SECRETARY OF S'ruviE; UNDER THlE PROVISIONS OF t)'B5ECTION (2) ou~ h;ECTI..'N 3 OF'
'imI PENSIONIs ACT, 1947 -(No. 12/19471).
I.Citation. These Regulations may be coed as thle Peiisioi is (Amneint) Rewulationls, 1957, ; un s h~i 1 boi read as one with the Penions Reguilations, 1947, emawtied inthe F ,irst Schedule to tile Pem-,ions Act, 1947, as minendeo, hereina1fter called the Principal .euatos
2.Amendmrent. The Principal relationss -ire herebyv amencded by wabstituting(a) f. ,r the word,, the service of tile Colony '' Mid
1.efviep in the Colo'av "' wherever they occur-, the
Words service under the G3overunment of the Colony
(b) for the Nvords "' wholly iii the Colony "' in
Regulations 3, 9 and 1 0 the words "' wholly under the
the Governmnent of the C~ owx ''
(c) for the words a pensionable office iii thle
1ololly "' in remulatioris 4 and (6 the words" a pensionable
office inder the Government of the Colony';
040 for the vcrd if the whole of hier public
seric ha b(,a i tleColony "' regulation 1 h
words 'it the whole of her public service had been under
Government of tile Colony"
Made. by.\ the (I>'vernor in Council this 1.6th day of July, 1957.
F. A. CLARK),
Clerk. ot, the com'ii/.
L~id before the Legisl'ative Council this 23rd day of Augu4~ 1957.
F. A. CIARuuE
(lerk qt the CouncI.
Printcd va tth (4ovecrtnmnt Printing Offioe. Antigua. L~eevwurci IFhads,
by E. M BtLNi MAN, GOVIETLNMEN'I PRIXTEI-By Authority.
19.57.
A47/62-530-9.57. [Pr 3 Cents.]




ANTIGUA.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERiS.
1957, No. 24.
THEi DEFENCE FORCE REGULATIONS, 1957, M ADE BY THE
GOVEhNOR UNDER SECTION 25 OF THE DEFENCE FORCE
ORDINANCE, 1955 (No. 5 or 1955).
1. CITATION. These Regulations may be cited as the Defence Force Regulations, 1957.
2. INTERPRETATION. In these Regulations"the Force" means the Antigua Defence Force;
"regulation" means a regulation of these Regulations;
" Schedule means a Schedule to these Regulations;
" section means a section of the Defence Force Ordinance,
1955;
"training year" means the year commencing on the 1st
of January and ending on the 31st of December.
3. AGE LIMITS FOR APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS. (1) NO person who has not attained the age of 18 years shall be appointed as an Officer of the Force.
(2) No person who has attained the age of 31 years shall be appointed as a Scond-Lieutenant of the Force:
Provided that the G(overnor may, in any special case where the circumstances so warrant, waive the operation of this paragraph.
4. OFFICERS APPOINTED BY THIE GOVERNORR UNDER SECTION 7. (1) The Governor may under section 7 appoint the following officers of the Force:(a) Lieutenant Colonels;
(b) Majors;
(c) Captains;
(d) Lieutenants and Second Lieutenants.




(2) In addition to the Officers specified in paragraph (1) of this regulation, the Governor may under section 7 appoint fit and proper persons to be Officers for the purpose of peforming the duties of Judge Advocate, Surgeon, or C"laplain and such persons shall hold such rank and seniority as may be proper and as the Governor may from time to time direct.
5. PnoMonI or OF OFFICERlS. (1) Every SecondLieutenant, if recommended by the Commanding O(ifficer, will be promoted, after 12 months service, to the rank of Lieutenant.
(2) Promotion will as a general rule be governed by establishment and will be given in volunteer force seniority to Oficers qualified by service in the field and bY examination; but in the interest of the Force it may be necessary to promote or appoint Officers who are not next in seniority or who have not served in the lower rank.
6. RETIRING AGE OF OFFICERS. The Officers hereunder specified shall retire from the active list on their attaining the ages hereunder set forth:(a) a Lieutenant-Colonel 55 years
(b) Majors 50 ,,
(c) Captains 50 ,,
(d) Lieutenants 45 ,,
Provided that the Governor may if he thinks fit from time to time extend, for periods of not more than 3 years at any one time, the retiring age as aforesaid with respect to any particular Officer, and provided further that the retiring age as aforesaid shall not be extended by more than 6 years.
7. RESIGNATION OF OFFICERS. (1) The Governor may, in his discretion, grant permission to an Officer to resign his commission and where an Officer applies to resign on the ground of ill-health, he may request that he be medically examined.
(2) An Officer may be required to resign his commission(a) where he is found guilty of misconduct and such
finding is confirmed by the Governor; or
(b) where in the opinion of the Governor the
circumstances so require,




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and where such an Officer refuses to resign his commission within thie time specified by the Governor, the Governor may direct that the name of the Officer be removed from the list of Officers.
8. PRELIMINARIES TO ENLISTMENT UNDER SECTION 12(1).
(1) Where any person applies to enlist in the Force he shall be given a document in the form from time to time approved by the Commandant, 'containing a summary of the terms of service and liabilities, of a member of the Force.
(2) No person shall be attested under section 12(9) until the attesting Officer is satisfied that such person fully understands the nature and purport of such document.
(3) No person shall be attested under section 12(9) before he has undergone the medical examination referred to in regulation 9.
(4) An application for enlistment shall be in the form from time to time approved by the Commanding Officer.
9. PHYSICAL FITNESS. (1) The standards of physical fitness required under section 12(1) (d) shall he those for the time bwiug required for enlistmeneit ii Her Majesty's IRegular Army:
Provided that the Commanding O)fficer may, if the
circumstances so warrant, approve of the enlistment of men who are below such standards of fitness.
(2) In order to ascertain their physical fitness, applicants for enlistnmeit shall, and other ranks who desire to be reengaged may b e required to undergo a medical examination.
(3) Such medical:d examination shall be conducted by one or more Surgeons of the Force appointed under regulation 4(2).
lI). PESioNS [NELIGIBLE FOR ENLISTMENT IN THE FORCE. Thie following persons shall not be eligible for enlistment in the Force:(a) persons who are members of Her Majesty's
military naval or air forces;
(b) persons who are members of the Leeward Islands
Police Force;
(c) persons who have been discharged from any of
those forces for misconduct of any sort, or with ait bad or
indifferent character.




4.
11. RETIRING AGE FOR OTHER RANKS. Except with the permission of the Commanding Officer first had and obtained, every non-commissioned officer and volunteer shall retire from the Force on his attaining the age of 50 years.
12. ANNUAL TRAINING UNDER SECTION 13(I)(a). (1)
Annual training under section 13(1)(a) shall take the form of Camp Training or Training Exercises, or of both Camp Training and Training Exercises.
(2) For the purposes of pay and allowances, every day's attendance on annual training shall count as 1 day, provided that the period of time covered by the training on any one day shall not be less than 7 hours.
13. PAY AND RATION AIiLOWASCE WHEN IN TRAINING tUNDER SECTION 13(1)(a). Subject to the provisions of this regulation, every member of the Force, while in annual training under section 13(1)(a), shall receive rations or ration allowance at such rate as may be approved by the Governor, and shall receive pay at the following rates per day:-(a) Lieutenant'Colonel $12.00
(b) Major 10.00
(c) Captain 8.00
(d) Lieutenant 6.00
(e) Second-Lieutenant 4.75
(f) Company Sergeant Major 3.50
(g) Company Quarter Master Sergeant 3.50
(h) Colour Sergeant 3.50
(i) Sergeant 3.00
(j) Corporal 2.50
(k) Lance-Corporal 2.00
(1) Volunteer 1.75
14. PAY FoR DRILLS. (1) Subject to the provisions of this regulation, every nron-comnissioned officer or volunteer shall be paid the sum of 25 cents in respect of every drill attended by him, up to a number not exceeding 80, during a training year;




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Provided that no sum shall be payable under this paragraph in respect of drills attended by the non-commissioned officer before he was approved as awaresaid as an instructor.
(2) Payment under this regulation shall be made at the last parade before Christmas in each training year:
Provided that(a) where a member of the Force is discharged
therefrom, payment may be made ait any time after such
discharge; and
(b) the Commandiing Ocficer 1may, in his discretion,
make payment at the end of any (tartier in respect of drills
attended during that quarter.
15. \VEaoN TnAININo COUiSE. () All other Ranks who complete the Annual Training ()oirse and reach the qualification standards required shall receive a grant as set out hereunder:
Marksman $5
First Class Shot 4
Second Class Shot 3
Qualification 2
(2) Payment of such grant shall be made at the end of the quarter during which a member of the Force so qualifies.
16. LAUNDmY ALLOWANCE. Every member of the Force shall receive a laundry allowance of $1 in respect of every period of annual training or embodiment.
17. PAY ON l'NmOi)nmENT. (1) Every member of the Force who, on embodimnent, is found to be physically fit and is retained for military duty shall be paid a gratuity of $5.
(2) Hie will, during the period of his embodiment, receive rations or ration allowance at such rate as may be approved by the Governor and shall receive pay at the daily rate specified in regulation 13.
18. DisTrairiowN OF b.NI[ORtM, ARI.S AN) APPOINT. MENTs.. The Coinmantding Officer sliall distribute the uniforms, arms, ammunition and appointments within the Force as he may consider best for the efficiency of the Force.




]9. SAFE CUST'roDY AND MAINTENANCE OF UNIFORM, AIMS AND A1PPOINxI:ENrIs. Every member of the Force shall be responsible for the safe custody and maintenance, in a state of military efficiency, of the uniform, arms and appointments entrusted to him.
20. UNIFORMS AND E( U'IMENT. Every member of the Force shall be provided with such uniform and equipment as is set out in the Schedule.
21. AlRMs, UNIF RMN AND EQUIPMENT TO BE DELIVERED) UP IN GOOD ORDER BY OTHER RANKS ON LEAVING THE FOiCE. Where an v rn-cn Mnisione iel officer, or volunteer retires or is discharged from the Force he shall deliver up to the Commanding Officer or any person authorised by him, in good order (fair wear and tear excepted) his arms, uniform and equipment.
22. FoR o' ( Ei'l:1iC'ATr oF )ISCHARGE. A certificate of discharge shall be in such form as may be approved from time to time by the Ciominandig Officer.
23. LA MUTATION OF POWERS OF (COMMANDING OFFICER AND or OFFICEra iN TEMPORARY COMMAND OF THIE FORCE.
(1) The Commanding ()flicer while absent from and not in the exercise of his command cannot issue Company Orders or any other orders relating to such command.
(2) An Officer in temporary command of the Force shall not, without reference to the Commandant, issue standing Company Orders or alter those which are at the time in force, or authorise the application of the funds of the Force for any purpose other than ordinary current expenditure.
24. PUBLICATION or NOTICES. (1) Directions of the Commandant under sections 14 and 15 shall be published in the Gazette and in two newspapers circulating in the Colony, and copies of such directions shall be distributed among members of the Force in such inumibers- aidJ in such manner as the Commanding Officer shall from time to time approve.
(2) Local Force Orders, and(i Company Orders, made under section 26 shall he posted up at the headquarters of the Force, and copies of such Orders shall be distributed among members of the Force in such numbers and in such manner as the Commanding ()ticer shall from time to time approve.
25. _IcKNESS AND OTHER REASONABLE EXCUSE UNDER ETIONS 20(1) N 21. (1) For the purposes of sections 20(1)




and 21, sickness means sickness certified by one or more Surgeons of the Force appointed under regulation 4(2).
(2) The Conmmanding Officer may, under sections 20(l) and 21, allow as reasonable any excuse whijh, having regard to all the circumstances of the case, he considers to be reasonable.
26. MEANING OF "PRESCRIBED OFFICER iN SECTION 21. The expression Prescribed officer" in section 21 means the sergeant-major of the Force in the case of a non-commissioned officer or volunteer.
27. EXERCISE OF JURTSDICTION UNDER SECTION 23 (1) OF A MAGISTRATE'S COURT. An offence which under section 23(1) is cognizable both by a court-martial and a magistrate's court shall not be tried )y a magistrate's court unless such court is satisfied, by a certificate of the Conmmnanding Officer, that the person charged has inot, in respect of such ,ffence, been tried by a court-martial or been (dalt with by the lnmman(ding Officer.
28. DISABILITY PENSION. The Governor may, with the approval of the Legislative Council, award a disability pension to any member of the Force who, without his own default, is permanently injured in the actual discharge of his duty as a member of the Force by some injury specifically attributable to the nature of his duty.
29. LEAVE AND SUPERANNUA'rION RIGHTS OF CLERKS, STOREKEEPERS AND) OTHER EMPLOYEES. The clerks, storekeepers and other employees referred to in section 10 shall be eligible for the s~qne leave and superannution rights as if they were appointed to corresponding grades of the Civil Establishlment.
30. LEAVE FROM l) DUTY AS A MEMBER OF THE FORCE. The Comnianding Officer may, if he thinks fit, from time to time grant leave to any member of tihe Force to be abeint from duty as such member.
3 t. MONETARY AwAR.ms i,o MEMBERS OF THE FORcE. The Commanding Officer is autho:ised to make the following disbursements during any year:(a) the sum of two dollars to any volunteer who
qualifies as a signaller;
(b) the sum of four dollars to any member of the
Force who qualifies as a first class signaller;




(c) the sum of ten dollars to any member of the
Force towards the amount payable for annual licence in respect of any motor vehicle belonging to such member when the Commanding ()Officer is satisfied that such motor vehicle is used by such member for or in connection with
duties relating to the Force.
32. CERTIFICATE OF DISCHARGE. Every member of the Force shall, on discharge, receive a certificate of discharge which shall be in such form as may be approved by the Conmmnanding Officeer.
Made this 3rd day of September, 1957.
ALEC LOVELACE,
Adiniiistrator.
SCHEDULE (Regulation 20
UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENT.
DRILL ORDER.
For Non-Commissioned Oficers and men.
Khaki shirt, shorts, peak cap or beret, hose tops, short putties
or gaiters, and black boots. Web belt with bayonet frog.
Side arms, and web equipment. For Oficers.
As for Non-Commissioned Officers and men with the addition
of Sam Browne belt and sword.
CEREMONIAL.
]'or Non-Commisioned Offcers and men.
Khaki tunic with silver gilt buttons, shorts, peak cap or beret,
hose tops, short putties or gaiters and black boots. Side
armS.
For Olicers.
Khaki serge tunic with silver gilt buttons, slacks, peak cap,
brown brogue shoes, Sam Browne belt and sword.
MESS DRESS.
For Oicers and Serqeants.
White mess jackets, white waist coat or black waist band, dress
shirt, black bow tie. Black serge trousers with black silk
seam. Black patent leather boots or shoes.
Print(d at the Governmont Printinx Office, Antigna, Leeward rIslands,
by E. 1. BLACKMAN, M.B.E., Government Printer.--By Authority.
1957.
A.C. 47/63-520-9,57. Price 10 cents.




ANTIGUA.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 25.
PROCLAMATION DATED SEPTEMBER 6, 1957, BRINGING INTO
OPERATION THE MENTAL TREATMENT ORDINANCE, 1956
(No. 1 OF 1957).
BY THE GOVERNOR,.
A PROCLAMATION.
ALEC LOVELACE,
Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 60 of the Mental Treatment Ordinance, 1956 (No. 1/1957) it is provided that the said Ordinance shall come into operation on a date to be appointed by the Governor by Proclamation published in the Gazette.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, AiEC LOVELACE, a member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Administrator of the Colony of Antigua, do by this my proclamation declare that the said Ordinance shall come into operation on the 1st day of October, 1957.
AND all Her Majesty's loving subjects in the Colony of Antigua and all others whom it may concern are hereby required to take due notice hereof and to give their ready obedience accordingly.
GIVEN at the Administrator's Office, Antigua, this
6th day of September, 1957, in the sixth year of
Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
Printed at the Oovernment Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by E M. BLArKMAN. GOVERNMENT PRINTEi.-By Authority.
1957.
A. 471177-510-9.57. (Price 3 eomnts.]




MONTSERRAT.
STATUTORY RULES ANI) ORDERS.
1957, No. 16
THE POLICE WELFARE ASSOCIATION -(AMENDMENT) RULES, 1957, DATED JULY 17, 1957, MADE BY THE GoVERNOR BY VIRTUE OF SECTION 60 OF THE POLICE AcT, 1951
(No. 12 OF 1951).
1. CITATION. These Rules may be cited as the Police Welfare Association (Amendment) Rules, 1957, and shall be read as one with the Police Welfare Association Rules, 1949 (General (Government S. R. & 0. 1949, No. 14) hereinafter called the Principal Rules.
2. AMENDMENT. Paragraph (1) of rules 3 of the Principal Rules is hereby amended(a) by subsituting the words "not more than six
members" for the words not more than five members ";
(b) by substituting a semi-colon for the colon after
the words in each year" and adding immediately after the semi-colon the words "of these members, one shall be either an inspector or a sergeant, two shall be corporals and three shall be constables "; and
(c) by deleting the proviso to the paragraph.
Dated this 17th day of July, 1957
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.
Prnted at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands, by E. M. BLACKMAN., Government Printer. By Authority.
60/0 9 -9557. Prie 3 cnts.
60/00119--500-9.57. Price 3 cents.




MONTSERRAT.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 18
THE M ONTSERRAT POSTAL SERVICE (AMENDMENT) ItULES
AND REGULATIONS, 1957 DATiED AUGUST 16, 1957, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER 'i'HE POST OFFICE
ACT (CAP 123).
1. SnoR TITLE. These Rules and Regulations may be cited as the Montsorrat Postal Service (Amendment) Rules and Regulations, 1957. and shall be read as one with the Montserrat Postal Service Rules and RItegulations 1954 (Leward Islands General Government Statutory Rules and Orders 1954, No. 41), as amended, hereinafter called the Principal Rules.
2. AAM NDMErNT. Schedule A to the Principal Rules and Regulations is hereby amended by adding the word "Bethel" immediately below the word St. Patrick's."
Made by the Governor in Council this 16th day of August, 1957.
GEORGE CABEY,
Clerk of the Council.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by E.M. BLACKMAN, Government Printer.-By Anthority.
1957.
62100053-500-9.57. Price 3 cents..




MONTSERRAT.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 21.
Proclamation dated September 7, 1957, made under seotion 43 of Lh IUnLserrat Gonstii uLion and Elections Ordinance, 1952 (No. 1 of 1952) appointing the Month of Septen, ber, 1957 as the Month in which the Supervisor of Elections shall publish a Notice to persons
entitled to vote as required by the said section.
BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COLONY OF MONTSERRAT.
A PROCLAMATION.
A. F. DAWKINS,
Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 43 of the Montserrat Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1952, (No. I of 1952) it is provided that subject 'is thereinafter in that section provided, the Supervisor of Elections shall in such month in such years as the Administrator by proclamation may appoint and in no case being more than three years after tie date of the return of the first writ at the lust preceding general election publish a notice in the form set out as Form No. I in the Second Schedule to the said Ordinance, in the Gazette and in one or more news papers published in the Colony requiring within twenty-one days after the first publication of tne said notice every person who claims to be entitled to vote at an election to deliver to the registering officer of the electoral district in which such person resides notice of his claim to be registered as a voter.
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that such notice as aforesaid to persons entitled to vote should be published in the month of September, 1957.
NOW THEREFORE I do by this my proclamation appoint the month of September, 1957" as the month in which the Supervisor of Elections shall publish a notice to persons entitled to vote in the prescribed form as provided in the said Ordinance.
AND all Her Majesty's loving subjects in the said Colony and all others whom it may concern are hereby required to take due notice hereof and give their ready oibedience accordingly.
GIVEN at the Administrator's Office, Montserrat,
this 7th day of September, 1957, and in the
sixth year of Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
Printed at the Government Printing Office. Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BLACKMAN, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1967,
1.S00028-500- 9.57 Price 3 cents.




VIRGIN ISLANDS.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 25.
PROCLAMATION DATED SEPTEMBER 9, 1957, DISSOLVING THE
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE COLONY.
BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE LEEWARD ISLANDS.
A PROCLAMATION.
A. T. WILLIAMs,
(GoT ernor.
WHEREAS by subsection (1) of section 25 of the Virgin Islands Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1954 (No. 7 of 1954), as amended, it is provided that the Governor may at any tunime, by proclamation, summon, prorogue or dissolve the Legislative Council of the Colony:
AND WHEREAS by subsection (2) of the said section 25, it is further provided that the Governor shall dissolve the said Council at the expiration of three years from the date of the return of the first writ at the last preceding general election, if it shall not have been sooner dissolved:
NOW, THEREFORE, I do by this nmy Proclamation dissolve the said Council on the 1st d(ay of October, 1957.
AND ALL Her Majesty's Officers and loving subjects in the said Colony and all others whom it may concern are hereby required to take due notice hereof, and to govern themselves accordingly.
GIVEN under my hand at the Government louse,
Antiyua, this 9th d(ay of September, 1957, and
in the sixth year of Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BLACKMAN, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1957.
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VIRGIN ISLANDS.
STAITUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 26.
PROCLAMATION DATED SEPTEMBER 10, 1957, APPOINTING THE
DATE FOR HOLDING A GENERAL ELECTION.
BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COLONY
UF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS.
A PROCLAMATION.
G. P. ALLSEBROOK,
Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 25 of the Virgin Islands Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1954 (No. 7 of-1954), as amended, it is provided that(1) The Governor may at any time, by p)roclamination,
summon, prorogue or dissolve the Legislative Council of
the Colony; and
(2) The Governor shall dissolve the said Council at
the expiration of three years from the date of the return of the first writ at the last preceding general election, if it
shall not have been sooner dissolved:
AND WHEREAS by section 26 of the said Ordinance, it is further provided that there shall be a general election at such time, within two months after every dissolution of the said Council, as the Atdministrator shall iby proclamation appoint:
AND WHEREAS by Proclamation of the Governor dated the 9th day of September, 1957, the said Council will be dissolved as and from the 1st day of October, 1957.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEOFFREY POLE ALLSEBROOK, Administrator of the Colony of the Virgin Islands, do by this my proclamation, appoint that there shall be a general election on the 15th day of October, 1957.
AND ALL Her Majesty's loving subjects in the said Colony and all others whom it may concern are hereby required to take due notice hereof and give their ready obedience accordingly.
GIVEN at the Administrator's Ofee, at Tortola in
the Virgin Islands, the 10th day of September, 1957 and in the sixth year of Her Majesty's
reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
Printed at trLe Govennient Printing Ofttioe, Antigua, Leeward IslanIs.
by E. M. BLACKMAN, GOVERNMENT PRINTER.-By Authority.
1957.
-500-9.57. L Price 3 cents.]