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The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette

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Title:
The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
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[St. John's? Antigua]
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Govt. Printer.
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weekly
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English
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12 v. : ; 25-35 cm.

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Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Montserrat ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
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Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.

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Leeward Islands gazette
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Antigua official gazette
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Montserrat official gazette
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THE
ANTIGUA, MONTS RAT
AND
VIRGIN ISLANDS GA TE
published by c/uthority. *
VOL. III. THURSDAY, 16TH JANUARY, 1958. No 4.
Notie and adapted by the Adaption of Laws Under the provisions of section 4 of
S(Elections to the House of Repre- the Public Health Ordinance, 1956, sentatives) Regulations 1957, been the Governor in Council has been Addressed to WICIR Governors and pleased to appoint Mr. A. E. L. pleased to appoint the following
Administrators (Governor Windwards WILLIAMS, as Returning Officer for members of the Central Board kof please pass copy to Administrator the Colony of Antigua for the pur- Health for the Colony of Antigua for Antigua) Following from Federal poses of the first and any subsequent a period of two years with effect from
Information Officer for immediate election of members to serve in the the dates shown.
release begins. Advisory Council's House of Representatives of the West
first meeting second day. The Gov- Indies. Dr. Z. WISINGERernor General's Advisory Council 10th Dec., 1957.
resumed its first meeting on Tuesday Admin;tistrator's Ofice,
7th January, 1958. Antigqa, Mr. JOHNLAWRENCE9th Jt, ary, 1958. 19th Jan., 1958.
2. Council agreed that nomina- 1're. A. 18/60,
tion day should be on the 28th Asst. Engineer (Buildings)
February, twenty-five days before (P. W. D.) -31st Jan., 1958.
polling day. This would hold good INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD
in all territories except in Trinidad It is re notified for general Administrator's Office,
and Tobago where it will be held on i ti h nte o n Antigua.
March 3rd. information that under the provision 14th January, 1958.
of the Industrial Development Ordi- Ref. No. S. S. 9/89.
3. The Advisory Council con- nance, 1953 (No. 13 of 1953), the
sidered draft Regulations relative to Governor in Council has re-appointed
appointment election and member- the Honourable B. T. CARROTT and No. 4.
ship controversies. This legislation Mr. JOHN MIEADE to be members of ppoc, a e r
will regulate the manner in which the Industrial Development Board for Appointments, transfers, et., in any dispute as to appointments to a further period of two years in each the daputelic service, are pubwith effectshed fror casewit effct rom he 9th an-the dates stated, are published for Senate or elections to House of Repre- case with effect from the 19th Jan- general information:sentatives shall be determined. It uary, 1958.
was agreed subject to the provisions 2. The Honourable B. T. CARROTT BLAIZE, E. J., Assistant Superintendof the Regulations and of the rules has been re-appointed as Chairman of ent of Police, to act Superintendent
made under them the principles the Board. of Police, Antigua. Jan. 3
practice and rules on which Commit- Ref. No. P.F. 425.
tees of the House of Commons of the Atdminitralor's Oice, SOUTHWELL, W. S., Ag. SuperintendParliament of the United Kingdom St. John's, SOUTHW of PoliceW. S, Antig.a, to revSuperintend- to
used to act in dealing with election Anti gu substantive post of Assistant Supvert to
petitions shall be observed. 13th Jan uary, 1968. subsintendent of Police Jstant Super4. The Advisory Council con- Ref. No. TP. 12/92
sidered draft Standing Orders for the (ChiefSecretary's Office,
Federal Legislature which were pre- Antigua,
pared by the Conference of clerks OBITUARY 11th January, 1958.
held in Trinidad last October. These
Standing Orders are subject to amend- The Administrator of Antigua Ref. No. P.F 140.
ment by the Federal Legislature on records, with regret, the death on the
its formation next April if it should 13th January. 1958, of Mr. J. A. No. 5.
so desire. CREIGHTON. Petty Officer, Class I,
5. A subcommittee was appoint- Post Office. OONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES
5. A subcommittee was appointed by Advisory Council to consider Administrator's Otfice,
items on agenda dealing with estab- Antigua. The Secretary of State for the
lishment and financial matters. The January, 14, 1968. Colonies has informed the Governor
subcom m ittee w ill m eet on T uesday thattepowerof disallowancewil
night at Whitehall and will submit that the power of disallowance will
not be exercised in respect of the
reccomendations on Wednesday for It is notified for general informa- undermentioned Ordinance:the decision of the Advisory Council. tion that Mr. EDGAR BENJAMIN has undermentioned Ordinance:Ends. been appointed under section 4 of the Montierrat.
Governor-General. Cattle Trespass Ordinance, 1910 as
keeper of the Public Pound at Par- No. 9 of 1957, Registration of ham in the Parish of Saint Peter in United Kingdom Patents (Act AmendELECTION TO HOUSE OF REPRESEN- place of Mr. EGBERT EVANSON whose ment) Ordinance, 1957."
TATIVES OF THE WEST INDIES. appointment has been terminated. 1st January, 1958.
The Administrator of Antigua has, Administrator's Office, Secretariat,
under the provisions of section 39 of Antigua. Antigua.
the Antigna Constitution and Elec- 9th January, 1958. 11 January, 1958.
tions Ordinance, 1951, as modified Ref. No. A..50/40 Ref. No. 47/00490.
X
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12 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [January 16, 1958.
No. 6. Government Departments are not fore, in order that the supply to
required to furnish lists of employees existing consumers may not be prejuThe following Ordinance & Statu- who are on the pensionable establish- diced no additional connections to the tory Rule and Order are circulated mnent of the Civil Services. supply system can be permitted until
with this Gazette and form part (Section 50 (2) a & b). further notice.
thereof:-ORDINANCE. General Electrioity Ice & COld Storage Dept.
ORDINANCE. St. Johns.
Any person may be considered to be 6th, January 1958. Antigua. "liable to pay income tax if his inNo. 19 of 1957, The Development come from all sources exceeds Five Provost Marsha's Qfie,
(Cotton Ginnery and Electricity) Loan hundred and forty Dollars. Provost Marshal's Oice
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1957." Antigua,
2 pp. Price 4 cts. All claims for deduction from 6th January, 1958.
income tax must be substantiated by Notice is hereby given that there STATUTORY RULE & ORDER. the production of receipts or other will be sold on the prernises in the
bona fide evidence.wilbsodoth prmesnte
Antigua. bona ide evidence. City of St. John hereinafter named on
No. 37 of 1957," The Air Navigation Penalties Thursday the 6th day of February,
(Lioensin of Air Services) (Amend- 1958 at 12 o'clock noon, the lands and
ment) Regulations 1957." Any person liable to pay income tenements belonging to the person
12 pp. Price 14 cts. tax who fails to make or deliver a whose name is set out hereunder, the return within the prescribed period said premises having being levied upon shall be guilty of an offence against to satisfy the City Rate due for the INCOME TAX NOTICE. this Ordinance and shall be liable on year 1957.
conviction to a penalty not exceeding
The Income Tax Ordinance Five hundred dollars, and in default RODNEY STREET.
No. 13 of 1957. of payment to imprisonment with or Miriam Davis
Public Officers and Pensioners without hard labour for a term not EVAN CREQUE,
Public Officers and Penioners exceeding six mouths, for Provost Marshal.
Any public officer or pensioner lia- Any person who makes or delivers
ble to pay income tax whose inoome a false return or keeps or prepares any TRADE MARKS OFFICE, including that of his wife consists false accounts or particulars concern- PLYMOUTH, MONTSERRAT.
solely of his and/or her emoluments ing any income on which tax is pay- 23rd November, 1957
as a public officer or pensioner or able shall be guilty of an offence and THE TEXAS COMPANY of 13 other allowance from public funds shall be liable on conviction to a fine THE TEXAS COMPANY of 135 shall deliver a true and correct return not exceeding Two thousand five hun- East 42nd Street, New York, State of of his whole income to the Commis- dred Dollars, or to imprisonment with New York, United States of America sioner not later than the 31st day of or without hard labour for a term not have applied for Registration of seven January 1958. exceeding six months. Trade Marks consisting of the follow(Section 81 and S. R. & 0., 1946, (Section 74). ing:No. 13). (1)
No. 13). A Murdoch,
A urochFIRE CHIEF
Other Persons for the Commissioner. FIRE CHIEF
Every person (including a com- 4th January 1958. in Class 47, that is to say; Gasoline.
pany) liable to pay income tax shall
deliver a true and correct return of his (2)
whole income not later than the 31st IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ELECTRICITY day of March, 1958. CONSUMERS. HAVO L E
(Section 81 and S. R. and O. 1946, T attention of Electricity ConsuNo. 13).' The attention of Electricity ConsuN. 13). mers is again directed to the provisions in Class 47, that is to say: Motor
Agents, Trustees, Etc. of Section 21 (b) of Ordinance No. 36 lubricating oil
of 1956 which states that no alteration (3)
Any person having the direction, may be made to a consumer's instala- PETR O
control or management of any prop- tion without the prior authority of erty or concern, or being in receipt of the Director of the Electricity, Ice & income, on behalf of any person, Cold Storage Department. In effect in Class 47, that is to say: Gasoline
whether resident or non-resident, as this means that no additional connec- additive for improving the performattorney, factor, agent, trustee, curator tions, viz. electric lighting points, ance characteristics of internal comor committee should make and deliver air-conditioning plant, domestic re- bustion engines. to the Commissioner a return in frigerators, deep-freeze cabinets, water
respect of such property, concern or heaters, cookers, hotplates, irons, ket- (4)
income not later than the 31st day of ties, radio sets, etc., may be made to a -X
(Sections 29 and 30). plied from the public electricity TX A
system without the prior authority of
All employers (including Heads of the Director of the Electricity, Ice & in Class 47, that is to say: gasoline
Government Departments, Building Cold Storage Department. In cases heroin Class 47, that is motor and industrialgsoline, Contractors, Merchants. Estate Pro- where un-authorised additional con- kelubricating oile, and motor and industrialgrease. prietors, Steamship Agients Stevedores nections are made a consumer renders lubricating oil and grease. are hereby required to furnish the himself liable to have the supply of (5)
Income Tax Commissioner with lists electrical energy to his premises disshowing name, address and total continued. TAAT
remuneration of (a) their office staff,
(b) all other employees (including Consumers are also informed that labourers, drivers of Motor Vehicles, the demand on the public supply suppliers of transport services and system has already reached the safe in Class 47, that is to say: Lubricasnh-contractors) whose total remuner- working capacity of the generating ting and hydraulic oils intended for ation for the year 1957 exceeds Five plant at present available at the use in hydraulic transmissions of hundred and forty Dollars. Headsof Coolidge Power Stations and, there- automotive vehicles.




January 16, 1958] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLAND, GAZELITTE. 13
(0) TRADE MARKS OFFICE, INVALIDATION OF ANTIGUA STAMPS.
THUBAN TORTOLA,
in Class 47, that is to say: Lubricating BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS. It is hereby notitied for general
grease. d information that, notwithstanding the
3rd January, 1958. provisions of the King George VI ten
(7) THE TEXAS COMPANY of 135 shillings and one pound Stamps
SEast 42nd Street, New York, State of (Invalidation) Order, 1957 (S. R. & O.
New York, United States of America 1957 No. 9) the Antigua stamps of have applied for Registration of one the values of ten shillings and one Trade Mark consisting of the follow- pound authorized for use in Antigua ing:- nby tie St:mps Order, 1948, (S. R. & O
1948 No. 6) may, by virtue of the
in Class 47, that is to say: Gasoline. King George VI ten shillings and one
The pplcans clim hatthey T [ X A C 0 poundStamnps (Continuance of Use)
have used the said Trade Mark in T E X A C O Order, 1957, (S. R. & 0. 1957 No. 29)
respect of the said goods for 25, 53, continue to be used for the payment
of postage or stamp duties up to and
3, 30, 10, 44, & 24, years respectively in class 47 in respect of gasoline, eluding the 31st day of March, before the date of their said Appli- kerosene and motor and industrial 1958, after which date they shall no cation. lubricating oil and grease. longer be valid for the said purposes.
Any person may within three The Applicants claim that they Provision has, however, been made
months from the date of the first have used the said Trade Mark in in the above Continuance of Use appearance of this Advertisement in respect of the said goods for thirty Order for a period of grace of three the Antigua, lontserrat and Vir- years before the date of their said months thereafter, that is on or gin Islands Gazette give notice in Application. before the 30th day of June, 1958,
duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, within which holders of the stamps
Montserrat of opposition to registra- Any person may within three of the abovementioned denomination of the said Trade Mark. months from the date of the first tions may effect their exchange at the
C. STRAUGHN HUSBANDS, appearance of this Advertisement in General Post Office, St. John's, Anti. Registrar of Trade Ma the A igua, llontserrat and Vir- gna, for a stamp or stiamps of equal
Ag. Registrar of Trade Mar". gin Isl nlds Gazette, give notice in value autberise, for use in the Colony duplcat atthe i'rde arksOffcevalue authorised for use in the Colony duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, of Antigua. RAINFALL FIGURES. Tortola, British Virgin Islands, of
AI AL Department, opposition to registration of the said Administrator's Ofee,
Agricultural Department, Trade Mark.
Antigua Antigua.
Month 1954. 1955. 1956. 1957. 1958. H. Alex. Desson,
To 11th Jan. 1.64 1.86 4.63 1.23 .20 Reaistrar of Trade Marks. 21st September, 1957.
Revised List of Persons registered under the Midwives' Ordinance No. 7 of 1951, for the Colony of Montserrat, as at 2nd January, 1958.
Serial Number. Name. Address.
1. (3) Allen, Clemence Mary Elizabeth Glendon Hospital
2. (9) Barzey, Catherine (Mrs.) Nee Ryan Glendon Hospital
3. (16) Bramble, Elizabeth (Left Colony) Glendon Hospital
4. (29) Browne, Dianna Baker Hill
5. (24) Buffong. Catherine St. George's Hill
6. (4) Cadogan, Lillian (Mrs.) Plymouth
7. (5) Clarke, Kathleen (Left Colony) Harris
8. (23) Cooper, Mary (Mrs.) Nee Osborne Bethel
9. (1) Edwards, Winifred St. John's
10. (7) Frewin, Beryl Geraldine (Mrs.) Nee Shoy (Left Colony) Plymouth
11. (22) Frith, Catherine (Mrs.) (Left Colony) Salem
12. (26) Fenton, Charlotte Kinsale
13. (15) Greenaway, Catherine (Mrs.) Nee Straker Glendon Hospital
14. (28) Greenaway, Mary, (Mrs.) St. John's
15. (25) Greenaway, Leonora Adina (Mrs.) Infirmary
16. (10) Griffith, Doris (Mrs.) Nee Williams (Left Colony) Plymouth
17. (20) Griffith, Edith (Mrs.) Plymouth
18. (13) Gumbs, Catherine (Mrs.) Nee Clarke (Left Colony) Glendon Hospital
19. (27) Isles, Eleanor Teresa Plymouth
20. (18) Lee, Mary Susannah Gordon (Left Colony) Harris
21. (14) Limmerick, Catherine (Mrs.) Nee Roache St. Patrick's
22. (19) Phillip, Vera Nelitha Harris
23. (17) Piper, Verna (Mrs.) (Left Colony) Bethel
24. (31) Ponde, Rosie (Left Colony) St. Patrick's
25. (11) Richardson, Ina (Left Colony) Glendon Hospital
26. (21) Tuitt, Rosanna Bethel
27. (12) Wade, Catherine Glendon Hospital
28. (8) Warner, Susan (Mrs.) Glendon Hospital
29. (2) White, Sarah (Mrs.) St. Peters
30. (30) Wyke, Elizabeth (Mrs.) Salem
A. G. Lan,
Secretary, Midwives Board.
X. 65A/8-III.




14 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZiTTE [January 16, 1958
TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 31st December, 1957.
ARTHUR BELL & SON LTD., of 11 to 21 Victoria Street. Perth, Scotland have applied for Registration of three Trade Mark consisting of the following:1 2 3
BELIES EELL'S
625
$cotch l/.
00Z SCOTCH WHISKIES
o7, ,A.a CLL, 08ENOEo ANO BOTTLED IN SCOTLAND
DISTILLERS PER'" SCOTLAND
E1 ailLISHAD 1825S
L PRODUCT OP SCOTLAND
in Class 43, that is to say: Whisky.
The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods for 3 years & 6 months 11. years and 132 years respectively before the date of their said Application.
Any p)orson may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertisement in the Antigua, Montwerrat and Virgin Is.lands, Gazette give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Antigna, of opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.
Cecil 0. Byron,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
STATEMENT OF CUaRENCY NOTES AND BRITISH CARIBBEAN COIN IN CIRCULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP) ON 1st DECEMBER, 1957.
Notes. Co ins.
Average circulati n during November, 1957 $ $
British Curibbean Currency 63,127,518 3,290,562
Demonetized Govt. notes outstanding 1,079,509
( 4,207,027 3.290,562
British Caribbesn Notes and Coins in
circulation on 1st December, 1957.
Trinidad and Tob)ago 29,224,057 1,423,123
Barbados 7,161,625 503,125
British Guiana 17,761,861 703,475
Grenada 2,736,100 141,125
St. Vincent 509,400 95,500
St. Lucia 1,034,000 125,600
Dominica 1,715,400 100,400
Antigua 2,374,300 113,500
St. Kitts 1,589,500 122,300
Montserrat 370,105 21,150
"Proof Sets" Coins 1,870
Total circulation of British Caribbean $
Notes and Coins on 1st December, 1957 64,476,348 3,354,170
Demonetized Govt. Notes outstanding on
1st December, 1957:Trinidad and Tobago 737,172
British Guiana 266,263
Barbados 70,309
Total demonetized Government notes -outstanding on 1st December, 1957 1,073,744
Total currency circulation on 1st December, 1957 $65,550,092 $3,354.170
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers, for Executive Commissioner,
Port of Spain, Trinidad, B. W.I. Br. Caribbean Currency Board.
Ref. No. 24/00087.




.Jannary 16, 1958.] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 15
TRADE MARKS OFFICE, TORTOLA, B.V.I., 18th July, 1957.
3rd January 1958.
Esso STANDARD OIL COMPANY of 15 West 51st Street, New York, N.Y., U.S.A. have applied for Registration of two Trade Marks consisting of the following:(1)
in class 2, that is to say: Chemical substances used for agricultural, horticultural, veterinary and sanitary purposes.
(2)
,in Class 13, that is to say: Metal goods not included in other clatsses, in particular sprayers, squirt guns and atomizers.
The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Marks in respect of the said goods for six years before the date of their said Application.
Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertisement in the Antig~a .Montserrat and Virqin Islands Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Tortola, British Virgi. Islands, of opposition to registration of any of the said Trade Marks.
H. Alex Besson,
Registrar of Trade Marks.




16 THE ANTIGUA, MON1 SERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [January I6, I958TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
PLYMOUTH, MONTSERRAT.
17th December, 1957.
ESSO STANDARD OIL COMPANY of 15 West, 51st Street, U.S.A., have applied for Registration of two, Trade Marks consisting of the following:
fin Class 13 that is to say: Metal goods not included in other classes, in particular sprayers, squirt guns and atomizers;in Class 2 that is to say: Chemical substances, used for agricultural, horticultural, veterinary and sanitary purposes.
The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Marks of the said goods for 6 years before the date, of their said Application.
Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this advertisement in the Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin islands Gazette give notice in duplicate at the Trade Mark's Office, Plymouth, .Montserrat, of opposition to registration of the said Trade Marks.
C. STRAUGHN HUSBANDS,,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Mavks-




January 16, 1958.] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 17
Notice.
PURSUANT to the powers vested in me by section 37 of the Antigua Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1951, as modified and adapted by the Adaptation of Laws (Elections to tile House of Representatives of the West Indies) Regulations, 1957 (S. R. & 0. 1957 No. 3 ) and for the purposes of the first general election of members to the House of Representatives of the West Indies and, until the Federal Legislature of the West Indies by law otherwise provides for the purposes of any subsequent election of members to the said House, I DO H EREBY, with the approval of the Administrator of the Colony of Antigua, divide the said Colony into the undermentioned nine polling divisions :all as the are same bounded and described in the Schedule hereto.
SCHEDULE.
Polling Divisions. Description and Boundaries.
1. Saint John's City All that portion of the City of Saint John
(North) boundedNorth by Dickensonbay Street; South by Long Street;
East by East Street and Hyman Road; West by Saint John's Harbour and including Rat Island and the causeway.
2. Saint John's City All that portion of the City of Saint John
(South) boundedNorth by Long Street and the Factory Road to its junction with the Scotts Hill Road;
South and Southwest by the Ottos Road leadin- to All aints to its junction with Market Street as far as South Street and thence by a line in extension of South Street westward to the Sea;
East by Scotts Hill Road forming part of the Western boundary of the Saint John (Rural) South polling division;
West by Saint John's Jiarbour.
3. Saint John (Rural) \11 that portion of the Parish of Saint John
West boundedNorth by Saint John's Harbour and the Sea; West by the Sea;
South by the Parish boundary of Saint Johnr with the Parish boundary of Saint Mary.
North East and East by a line in extension of South Street westwards to the Sea, the Ottos Road from its function with Market Street and South Street as far asS its junction (near to the junction with C'macho's Avenue) with a crossroad (formerly a barricade road) and thence Southwards along this crossn,,.d to where it joins the Valley Road from Saint John and thence Southwards along the Valley road to where it meets the Parish boundary of Saint John near to Creekside.
4. Saint John (Rural) All that portion of the Parish of Saint John
South boundedNorth by the Factory Road from its junction with the Scotts Hill Road to its junction with the Parish boundary of Saint John West of the Antigua Sugar Factory;




18 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [January. 16, 1958...
Polling Dsvisions. Description anid Buundaries.
4. Saint John (Rural) South by the Parish boundary of Saint John;!
South-(Cont'd) East by the Parish boundary of Saint John
including the Village cf Sea View Farm; West and North West by the Scotts Hill Road to its junction with the Ottos Road and thence in a westerly direction along the Ottos Road to its junction with the crossroad (formerly a barricade road) leading to the Valley Road and forming part of the Eastern boundary of the Saint John (Rural) West polling division.
5. Saint George and Saint John The Parish of Saint George and all that portion
(Rural) North of the Parish of Saint Jc, hn boundedNorth by the Sea;
South by that portion of the Factory Road forming the northern boundary of the Saint John (Rural) South and the Saint John's City (Sout]i) polling divisions;
East by the l'arish boundary of Saint John with the Parish boundary of Saint George excluding the Village of Sea View Farm; West in part by the Sea and in part by Hyman's Road and East Street in the City of Saint John.
6. Saint Mary All that portion of the Island of Antigua comprising the Parish of Saint Mary.
7. Saint Paul All that portion of the Island of Antigua
comprising the Parish of Saint Paul excluding the Village of All Saints.
8. Saint Philip and Saint Peter All those portions of the Parish of Saint Philip,
and the Parish of Saint Peter excluding the Villageof All Saints.
9. Barbuda The Island of Barbuda.
HENRY J. ELWIN,
Sn74)ervisor of EledionsAdministrator's Office,
Antigua,
14th January, 1958.
Ref. No. A. 18160.
Printed at bhe Governmwt Printing Office, Antigua, Lev-ward Islands, by EA L PIoOT, Acting Government Printcr.-By Authority.
1958.
[Price 28 cents.i




No. 19 of 1957. Development (Cotton Ginnery and ANTIGUA.
Electricity) Loan (Amendment).
L.S.]C
[L.S.] I ASSENT,
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.
31st December, 1957.
ANTIGUA.
No. 19 of 1957.
An Ordinance to amend further the Developnient (Cotton Ginnery and Electricity)
Loan Ordinance, 1951. *
[31st D)ecemniber, 1957.] Commencement.
ENACED by the Legislature of the
Colony ol' Antigua.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Development (Cotton Ginnery and Electricity) Loan (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957, and shall1
be read as one with the Development (Cotton s1
Ginnery and Electricity) Loan Ordinance, 1951, 10/1954
as amended, hereinafter called the Principal
Ordinance.
2. The Long Title of the Principal Ordi- Amendment f Long Title
nance shall have effect as if for the words "seven of Pincipl
hundred and twenty-six thousand three hundred Ordinance.
and forty-eight dollars" there were substituted the words eight hundred and twelve thousand
/ and ninety-eight dollars ".
7247 ',-




ANTIGUA. 2 Development (Cotton Ginnery and No. 19 of 1957.
Electricity) Loan (Amendment).
Amendment 3. Section 2 of the Principal Ordinance
of section 2 of shall have effect as if for the words "seven huPrincipal
Ordinance. dred and twenty-six thousand three hundred and
forty-eight dollars" there were substituted the words eight hundred and twelve thousand and
ninety-eight dollars ".
Amendment 4. The Schedule to the Principal Ordiof Schedule to
Principal nance shall have effect as if for the figures Ordinance. "441,348 and 726,348 there were substituted respectively the figures "527,098 and
"812,098 "
ALEc LOVELACE,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this 20th
day of December, 1957.
F. A. CLARKE,
(Uerk of the Council.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by EARL PJGOTT, Acting Government Printer.-By Authority.
1957.
A. 47/69-530-1,58. Price 4 cents.




ANTIGUA,
STATUTORY Y RILES AND ORDERS.1957, No. 87,
The Air Navigation (Licensing of Air Services) (Amendment) Regulations, 1957, dated November 7, 1957, made by the Governor with the approval of the Secretary of State under the authority of Paragraph 5 of Schedule I to the Colonial Civil Aviation (Application or Act) Order, 1952 (United Kingdom S. I. 1952 No. 868) as amended, and of all other powers enabling him in
that behalf.
1. Citation. These Regulations may be cited as the Air Navigation (Licensing of Air Services) (Amendment) Regula. tions, 1957, and shall be read as one with the Air Navigation (Licensing of Air Services) Regulations 1949 (General Governminent S. IR. & O. 1949 No. 43) as amended, hereinafter referred to as the Principal Regulations.
2. Substitution of Form "E" in the Schedule to the Principal Regulations. The following Form shall be substituted for Form E in the Schedule to the Principal Regulations:" FORM E.
Regulation 6. Not Transferable
Licence Number
ANTIGUA.
TiE AIn NAVIGATION (LICENSING OF Amt SERVICEs) REGULATIONS, 1949.
The Air Transport Licensing Authority in accordance with the provisions of the Air Navigation (Licensing of Air Services) Regulations, 1949, hereby grants to
(Namen of Applicant)
(Address of Applicant)
Licence No. commencing on the day of
S195 and ending on the dayof 195




unless suspended, revoked or surrendered to operate in accordance with the general conditions set out in the First Schedule hereto and the special conditions set, out in the Second Sched ule hereto, the following Air Service in, to and from the Colony:
1. R oute .....................................................
2. Particulars of route:
(i) Points of departure ..............................
(ii) Final destination .................................
(iii) Intermediate landing points:
(a) for traffic purposes ........................
(b) for non-traffic purposes ..................
(c) weather alternates ...........................
3. Purposes of Service ....................................
4. Date of commencement of Service ..................
5. Frequency of flights ..............................
Issued on the day of ,195
Chairman,
Air Transport Licensing I utlwritq. THE FIRST SCHEDULE
1. The holder of this licence shall produce it for examination if required to do so by the Air Transport Licensing Authority orby any person duly authorised by the said Authority in that behalf, but niay elect whether to produce it at an aerodrome used in connection with the journeys authorised by this licence, or at his head office or principal place of business in the Colony.
2. During the continuance of this licence, the holder shall at any time when so required by the Director of Civil Aviation or by any person duly authorised by the Director in that behalf satisfy the Director or that person as regards:
(a) Operational procedures observed --incl uding route
capacity schedules, operations manual, route book for aircrew, preparations for flight; such documents as Flight




Plans, Log Books (aircraft, engine and journey), Loadsheet; Radio apparatus to operate on the required frequencies for
the licensed route;
(b) Maintenance manual and Schedule (to a standard
acceptable to the Air Transport Licensing Authority). Inf)rnlmtion as to where major overhauls are done; the checks on aircraft and engines; and the availability of adequate
spare parts;
(c) Traffic handling;
(d) The adequacy and competence of the staff
employed.
3. The holder of this licence and any person having a financial interest in the business of the holder shall refrain from stipulating that apy other person shall refie I)( ookin facilities to any other holder of a licence or grant such facilities to such other holder only on onerous terms.
4. The holder of this licence shall perform all such reasonable services as the Postmaster may from time to time require in regard to the conveyance of mails and of any persons who may be in charge thereof upon journeys made under this licence. The remuneration for any such services shall be such as may be from time to time determined by agreement between the Postmaster and the holder.
5. Any dispute, difference or question which may arise as to the remuneration to be paid to the holder of this licence in respect of such services, or as to the rights, duties or liabilities of the holder or the Postmaster hereunder, or otherwise in relation to any of the matters aforesaid, shall in default of agreement be referred to a single arbitrator in pursuance- of the provisions of the Arbitration law of the Colony.
6. The requirements of any law or instrument having the force of law, for the time being in force in the Colony relating to air navigation or air transport, shall be complied with at all times during the currency of this licence in connection with all journeys made under this licence.
7. Not later than two months after the expiration of the month to which the return relates, the holder of this licence shall make and send a monthly return in writing to'the Air transport Licensing Authority. Such return shall be in the




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form set out in F'ornm "' Hi in ti SWA h;hc tlhile Air Navigation (Licensing of Air Servici A) R< atons, 11119, ali ( hadl give, in respect bo the nionti to whicl the irwurn rela tes, tihe particulars set out In the sai Vorin "' I I'
8. In the event of the hoi lder of this licence ceanig to operate the service authorisedl thereh, hie shall fo-ithwithI notify the Air Transport Licensing A uthorit and return the licence to the said Authority for ra nceHa tic"n 1 nrvidec t hat ivhere owvillg to tihe death, incapacity, biankra itcv, sn' ue.ratioi or, ljidati i of the holder of this licence, or to t he no poin tinent of a reeiver, or manager, or trustee in re! i e to the hisuarics oft he holderi, he ceases to operate the service runtIms 47i~'( t the 1 ene, iR h6 business of the holder is begin g cn nri ( on 1Vomie Jther I crsi n that perlsoni shall forthwith no t ify ithe \4 r ansqmai L irasing" Authority and, unless aIppliaioui has I We n ade it thi .14 ila 's for a new licence, shall return this licence to the sail Authority for cancellation.
9. The *mmges, salaries or other riu'ineratio paid liv the holder of this l icence to all jwrs aN emipl ved in Ote Cohm hi connection with tbe operaton of the services authot isel by the licence or paidl to persons em ployod in thei Colonyv in connection with the operaton. of aircraft hired by him fr the puqrss of these services, and the condoi' of their employment Mhal not be less favourable to them thani those established lby agreenient, machinery of ne'gotiation or arbitraion for sim ilar i transport services operating iii the Coloiiy.
IM. The holder of this lice shall, if lie changes this address in the Colony duriing the ci rrec y of this lience, notify such change U)to di Air rniiqtwt Lieiising Authority within 7 days from the (lata of such l1iie, a n(l shall at the same time send or deliver the licence to the saidl Authority for endorsemient thereon of his new iddrces.
11. If thi licenice vengem to have Plect, otherwise than by effl uxion of time, or is sil leni Id Ior revi ke I, the holidIr thewreof shall, within 5 (laxs a~ti-r nwh W' t iar Mfet has Meen 41hiermi to himimnCi5)tiyV(i lt to him by reai stCerd, pi st at the address 8showni in his application or la-'J niik il "I ~ccordiaiice with dihe last pre~cedling conii q send, 5h wo (Wel VnI thiS hicetne ti h Ahii I1ransport Licensing- Antoiiuiv fiitreto dtiritig the tinr of
suspenision or for e~tianehati-)n as I~i,' n- be.
IT Hf this hieace hitS lon Io0i-t iisrv" I &TV' kef I
110111r thereof shall forthivi notify tie Air Ttansport Licen sing Authority.




13. The bolder of this iC,-ecO shall supply to the Air Traisp~art Licensing Authority stich information 01 as to Iiis tiiian cial resources as may from tine to tine he required liv. thle said Atihritv by notice. Such1 notice 81linil be iii writing and be deli veredi to him i pers iii liv or sent to him i by registec( post t the adlress shown in his apiplii tioti or last notified] in accordance with ( onditioni 9 hereto and tile inforniationi requniredl shalllc supplied byV tile holder within the tine specified inl the said notice.
14. \V'here the holder of' tis licence lins accepted and( confirnied a booking made IA' or on behatlf of it passenger for a return journey by) a spccifie-d fliz(Aht wich i's a scheduled ,ore anid has received Ipyent of the fare charged in r-espect to such return muriicy.N, the htolder shall reserve a return passage for such pa.sselpge oi the stiil spiecifiedl if'- "~lt rvdt hti h event of such pa,.sag(-e not being avaible owlin g to circumstances outside the control of the holder of this licence the holder r tshat provide or arrange a return passages to the passenger tit the earliest poissile opporttit iy therca [ter tsuitable to tile aisseliger.
THEI SE(ONI) S('iEI)ULE11
1. DmiHg the period(s) of operatin specified ill the First Part oif thn. Third Schedule hereto th li olier of this licenlce
--hall rca.ulardv opieI thle jolli exs 1 etweenl thte points tlarnc( ini til licetice ill tIC ot'd~lie Wvilli thle titn'e-talde set out inl that part of that Sclie(l ifIc, 01 such utlter tui-e-tal tes ,istl v troiii time to t Inie be approved bYv the Director of 0i vii Avia(tth n or. by any p ersoni (1UlY iutthotised by ihi m in that hi ad f and cm alorsedl onl the salid Seliledutle.
-ii1)-u 0 the p(erin( ( of op elatiOn specified ilte Second Part of thle T iut'(l Schedule hereto the holder of this licence may operate tile journeys between tie points named iii this licence in accordanice with that Part of that Schedlule cr che modifications thereto as may from-iy time to timie be approved by the A ii' Trnsport, Licensit ig AnthoItY or by any pem-on d111x ault lv rised liv the -,aid Awithority in that behalf ind I cia orsed onl the sad 'Schiedule.
W\There inl he Third -,chedtule h er 'to it itermned ate landiltogs Itt wk~en tetii tdals '1 th p atom toys hiereby antdiorrdil-(, r speci ,L I if all aqt('i ft co irries n) pa 550411 'ers fo r such Iplace tit if' tenl tttiilnt(5 before the sceduied timl-e of olcimturt n ft -i -stabf place th1 ere trt, n ).& psigers a eio'ctbarkatioin rt suich
place, lie air-craft ,Iwl I riot he on nd to lind at Suich place, of intermediate landing: Provided that if an aircraft cuil uia




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for a place of intermediate landing or mails are due to be collected by such aircraft at such place such aircraft shall land at such place.
4. Where in the Third Schedule hereto a journey between terminals with no intermediate landings is specified, if aircraft are available at each terminal and no passenger requires transport at the scheduled time of departure on such journey, the holder of this licence shall not be bound to operate such journey: Provided that such journey shall be operated if arrangements have been made with the Postmaster for the carriage of mails on such journey.
5. The fares and freight rates to be charged by the holder of this licence on the journeys between the points named in the licence shall be those set out in the Fourth Schedule hereto or such fares and freight raiuets s miay from time to time during the currency of this liceknme e approved v the Air Transport Licensin. AuthoritY anid eiil(rse(I on the said Schedule. The fares and freight rates set out in the said Schedule shall, except where minimum fares and freight rates are also set out, be
maximum fares and freight rates and lower fares and freight rates may be charged b, the holder of this licence.
6. The aircraft to be used on the journeys between the points named in this licence shall be of the following type(s) or such type(s) as may from time to time, during the currency of this licence, be approved by the Air Transport Licensing Authority and endorsed on this Schedule: Provided that aircraft of diffierent types may he used subject to the said Authority being informed by the holder of this licence of the use of such aircraft within 7 days of the first use of such aircraft and to the holder (f this licence ceasingy to is(, such aircraft if required so to do by the said Authority:................................ ..........




7. The aerodromes to be used by the holder of this licence as places of l'ndinig or departure on the journeys between the points named in this licence shall be the follwitg (flshject to the" decisiotj of the pilot in the case of emergency) or such other aerodromes as may from time to time, during the currency of this licence, be approved by the Air Transport Licensing Authority and endorsed on this Schedule:**** ****.*** .* ***** *...s* ..* .... ...** ** ** ...... *. *.. **
e..... ..e.**e **** ***.. e e*. ..* ... ***.. *. *. e. ***. e ***. *.... *.*.
*.*. **. **..**.**...** .* ....** * ..* *... ..* .*..* .............** *.*.*
.a..~ e. . . .. . . .. . ............... o a e ~ e ~ a . . ...e .. .........
aea..o................e $e~....e. e...... ............., o e.........e a..$
.. . .....a 8 e a .e ... .I ..... .. .. .. I a .. ...* I .. .... ... ....e .. ..
8. Any application by the holder of this licence for a modification in respect of any endorsement on this Schedule or in the Third or Fourth Schedule hereto shall be made in such form and contain such information and be presented within such time as the Air Transport Licensing Authority may from time to time require.




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Made by the Governor this 7th day of November, 1957.
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Croternor,
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