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EOD

LEEWARD ISLANDS

OY GAZETTE
Bublished by Authority.

VOL. LXXVIII. THURSDAY, 10ra AUGUST, 1950.





Notices.

It is notified for general informa-
tion that Mr. W. A. ROBERTSON,
C.M.G., Forestry Adviser to the
Secretary of State, will be retiring
from his post about the end of this
year and Mr. F. 8. CoLuigR, C.B.E.,
Chief Conservator of Forests, Nigeria,
has been appointed to succeed him.
It is expected that Mr. COLLIER will
take up his new duties in the New
Year 1951.

Colonial Secretary’s Office,
Leeward Islands.
at Antiqua,
5th August, 1950.
€.8.0. M.P. 440.



It is notified for general informa-
tion that Mr. J. L. CREIGHTON,
Assistant Staff Engineer, Post Office
Engineering Department, has been
appointed to the Post of Telecommu-
nications Liaison Officer in the Colo-
nial Office.

Mr. CREIGHTON’S duties will be
to assist in all matters concerning
representation of the Colonies at In-
ternational Telecommunications Con-
ferences, including the collection,
correlation and submission of fre-
quency claims and other material
required for such Conferences, to
provide information and advice on
telecommunications matters, particu-
larly the detailed application of
International Agreements and Con-
ventions to which the Colonies are,
or may become parties, and to provide
expert technical assistance on any
other telecommunications matters
which may be referred to him.
Oolonial Secretary’s Office,

Leeward Islands,

at Antigua.

5th August, 1950.
€.8.0. M.P. £40.

No. 83.

Appointments and transfers, etc.,
in the publicservice, with effect from
the dates stated, are published for
general information:—

PaLMER, C. G., Federal Education
Officer, transferred to Grenada.
Aug. 2
MATHESON, D. L., Education Officer,
St. Kitts-Nevis, to act as Federal
/ Education Officer, with headquar-
Nee in St. Kitts. Aug. 2

328.2297
L437 L.

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.

No. 84.

The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Governor
that the KING will not be advised to
exercise his power of disallowance
of the undermentioned Bill:—

St. Kitts-Nevis.

No. 6 of 1949, ‘‘ The General Local
Loan Ordinance, 1949.”

M.P. 11316.

No. 85.

The Acting Governor has been
pleased this day to assent to the
undermentioned Ordinances of the
Legislature of Antigua:—

No. 6 of 1950, “The Village Coun-
cils (Validation of Actsand Extension
of Duration) Ordinance, 1950.

Aug. 2
CISION MEP MUL Gi.

No. 7 of 1950, “The Dogs (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1950. Aug. 2

C.S.0, M.P. 11168,

No. 86.

The Acting Governor has been
pleased this day to assent to the
undermentioned Ordinances of the
Legislature of Montserrat:—

No 4 of 1950, “The Legislative
Council (Extension of Duration)
Ordinance, 1950.” July 28

No. 5 of 1950, “‘The Labour Ordi-
nance, 1950.” Aug. 5

No. 6 of 1950, “The Supplemen-
tary Appropriation (1949) Ordinance,
IO,” Aug. 5

No. 7 of 1950, “ The Cotton Export
Duty (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950.”
Aug. 5

Oolonial Secretary’s Office,
Leeward Islands,
at Antigua.
8th August, 1950.

No. 87.

The following Ordinances are cir-
culated with this Gazette and form
part thereof:—

Antigua.

No. 1 of 1950, “The Legislative
Council (Extension of Duration) Ordi-
nance, 1950’.

No. 2 of 1950, “The Smuggling
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1950”.

No. 3 of 1950, “The Labour Ordi-
nance, 1950”.

No. 4 of 1950, “The Trade and
Revenue (Amendment) Ordinance,
1950”.

No. 5 of 1950, The Supplemen-
tary Appropriation (1949) Ordinance,
OS Oz

No. 6 of 1950, ‘‘The Village Coun-
cils (Validation of Acts and Exten-
sion of Duration) Ordinance, 1950.”

No. 7 of 1950, ‘‘ The Dogs (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1950”.

Virgin Islands.

No. 4 of 1950, ‘The Appropriation
Ordinance, 1950.”

No. 5 of 1950, “‘ The Labour Ordi-
nance, 1950.”



Office of the Administrator
of Estates,
Antigua.
31st July, 1950.

In the Matter of the Estate of
FREDERICK TOWNSEND late of
the City of Saint John in the
Island ofAntigua.

Deceased.

(UNREPRESENTED)

Take notice that creditors residing
within the Colony are to come in and
prove their debts against the Estate of
the above-named deceased who died
in the island of Aruba on the 23rd
day of November, 1949, on or before
the 5th day of December, 1950, and
that creditors residing out of the
Colony are to come in and prove
their debts against the said estate on
or before the 5th day of April, 1951.



192

In default of their so doing they be
excluded from any benefit arising
from such Hstate,

N. A. BERRIDGE,
Administrator of Estates.

Office of the Administrator
of Estates,
Antiqua.
4th August, 1950.

In the Matter of the Hstate of
FREDERICK TOWNSEND late of
the City of Saint John, in the
Island of Antigua.

Deceased.

(UNREPRESENTED.)

There will be sold by Public Auc-
tion at the Court House in the City of
Saint John in the Island of Antigua
on Thursday the 28th day of Sep-
tember, 1950, at 12 o’clock noon
all the personal property belonging to
the above Estaie, consisting of one
Cabin Trunk and Sundry articles of
wearing apparel ete. ete.

N. A. BERRIDGE,
Administrator of Estates.



In the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands.

ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.
A.D. 1950.



Notice is hereby given that His
Honour the Acting Chief Justice has
appointed Wednesday the 9th day of
August, 1950, at 10 o’clock in the
forenoon for a sitting of the Court at
which the following matters will be
heard:—

APPEALS.

Appellant. Respondent.

Maude Thibou A.J. Bowry, (Asst.
Supt. of Police)
Berkeley Richards
V. A. Buntin, (Asst.
Supt. of Police)
V. A. Buntin, (Asst.
Supt. of Police)
Olive Jardine

Elvan Brookes
James Drew

Allie Thomas

Beatrice Semper
Dated this 31st day of July, 1950.

N. A. BERRIDGE,
Registrar of the Supreme Court.

In the Court of Summary
Jurisdiction of the Leeward
Islands.

ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.
A.D. 1950.

Notice is hereby given that His
Honour the Acting Chief Justice has
appointed Thursday the 10th day of

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

August, 1950, at 10 o’clock in the
forenoon for a sitting of the Court at
which the following causes will be
heard :——

Plaintiff.

John Philip
Alpheus Pryce
Margaret Roberts
(Administratrix
of the Estate of
- John Edwards
(deceased).

Defendant.

Mandel Philip
John Lambert
James Martin

Dated this 3lst day of July, 1950.

N. A. BERRIDGE,
Registrar.



TRADE MARKS OFFICH,
ANTIGUA, 3rd August, 1950.

D. MARSHALL & COMPANY,
LIMITED, of 17 Minshull Street,
Manchester 1, England, have applied
for Registration of One Trade Mark
consisting of the following:—



MARSHALL
FABRICS

in Class 24—Cotton piece goods or all
kinds

25—Cotton Goods not included
in classes 23, 24, or 38

38—Articles of clothing

50—Piece goods wholly or main-
ly of rayon.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for 24 years
before the date of their said Applica-
tion.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Leeward Islands Gazette, give
notice in duplicate at the Trade
Marks Office, Antigua, of opposition
to registration of the said Trade
Mark.

N. A. BERRIDGE,
Registrar of Trade Marks.



TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 3rd August, 1950.

D. MARSHALL & CO. LTD., of
17 Minshull Street, Manchester I,
England have applied for Registra-
tion of one Trade Mark consisting of
the following:—

REXWEAR

~
\

[10 August, 1950.

in class 24Cotton piece goods of all
kinds and Class 25—Cotton goods
not included in Classes 23, 24
or 38.

The applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for 23
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 Leeward Islands Gazette, give
notice in duplicate at the Trade
Marks Office, Antigua, of opposition
to registration of the said Trade
Mark.

N. A. BERRIDGE,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

STORM WARNING SIGNALS.

AT DAY. The following signals
displayed at the Harbour Department
and Goat Hill signal station will
denote the approach of disturbed
weather :—

X. A-red flag with black square in
centre— means— tropical dis-
turbance reported; likely to
affect island of Antigua—
CAUTION ADVISED.

XX. Two red flags, with black
squares in centre-——-HURRI-
CANE SIGNAL— DANGER
EXPECTED.

AT NIGHT. Two detonating rock-
ets will be fired in rapid suc-
cession from Harbour Master’s
Office, as a warning to shipping
of the approach of disturbed
weather.

AT DAY & AT NIGHT. The
siren at the Police Headquarters will
be sounded as a ‘‘ HURRICANE SIG-
NAL DANGER APPRENDED.”

Police will also go through St.
John’s and villages sounding their
whistles continuously.

All telephone exchanges will make
every effort to inform subscribers
about weather conditions when
requested to do so by the Official
Weather Observer.

The Police Department will also
give whatever assistance they can im
notifying the public in general.

F. V. D. GRIFFITH,
Weather Observer.

July, 1950.



“



10 August, 1950.] THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 193
RAINFALL FIGURES. Publications issued from the No. 5. of 1950, “The Offences
Central Experiment Station, pe against the Person (Amendment) Act,
Antigua. Government Printing Office, 1950”. 1 pp. Price 1d.
1947, 1948, 1949. 1950. Leeward Islands. No. 6 of 1950, “The Department of

Labour (Repeal) Act, 1950”.







January 3:97 2°82 1°50 5'41 ———. rong,

February ‘7 Br Or FE Ly ata a

March HH TE) a '

April ‘67 (50 esiok 04d 3 ORDINANCE.

May Syo4e 12/80 hee Se 2106 ACTS. op

June HAO pes eo; 3ememeg;o 5 e166 Virgin Islands.

July Ay BG) TES Leeward Islands.

August 5th 19 ‘75 so "BB No. 3 of 1950, “‘The Voters Regis-
ieee rea ae ee TS eer Sige = No. 4 of 1950, ‘The Currency Act, tration and Election Ordinance,
ae ere a!




SUGAR FACTORIES OUTPUT TO AUGUST 5, 1950.







ANTIGUA. ot. KEES.
; i : Duri
During week. o ey During week. Seascnt
Tons of cane handled me al ~ Gee Oe =| ago.aer a 340,877°06
Tons of sugar produced _.... oe 960°57 28,085°37 40,497
Hours out of cane aa as 29°20 284°10 75°84



* Season commenced 24th January, 1950.
ft Season commenced 23rd January, 1950.



~~

194 THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. [10 August, 1950.

Notice.

HURRICANE WARNINGS.

1. At the beginning of the Hurricane Season the public are advised to take precautionary~
measures to ensure that all doors, windows, and shutters of their houses, offices, ete., can be securely ~
fastened. The same applies to buildings used as shelters for stock.

An adequate supply of hurricane lanterns, candles or electric torches is recommended, in the
event of the failure of electric lighting system during the storm.

2. Householders possessing a barometer should watch their instrument carefully and observe
readings at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. and at night time previous to retiring to bed. Any change lower than
the usual diurnal one of 0.1 inch should be regarded with some suspicion and more frequent
observations made.

3. All Agents of steamers and of sailing vessels which are approaching or leaving Antigua in
doubtful weather, are asked to communicate direct with the Harbour Master. This is especially essential
with regard to small sailing boats engaged in inter-island trade.

4. When barring up a house, on indications of bad weather or the approach of a hurricane, begin
with the side facing the direction of the prevailing wind, which varies as a rule from North West to
North East. Should the centre happen to pass over the island there will be a short period of calm
during which the northern side of the building should be opened up and the southern or westerly sides
closed. Very often, however, the hurricane shifts directly from North East to South East with little or
no interval of relative calm, and under such circumstances it is wise to have every window and door
securely fastened.

CHARLESWORTH ROSS,
Acting Administrator.

ANTIGUA.
Pyinted at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands, by E. M, BLacKMAN,
Acting Government Printer.—By Authority,
1950,

[Price 10d.]

vi Hors





— No. 1 of 1950. Legislative Council (Extension ANTIGUA.
: of Duration).

[L.S. |
I Assent,
‘PP. D. MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.
29th July, 1950.

ANTIGUA.
No. 1 of 1950.

An Ordinance to extend further the duration of
the present Legislative Council. oe

WHEREAS by section 15 of the Antigua Preamble.
Constitution Ordinance, 1936, it is provided that
the Governor shall dissolve the Council at the
expiration of three years from the date of the
return of the first writs at the last preceding
general election, if it shall not have been sooner
dissolved ;

_ AND WHEREAS the duration of the Coun-
cil last appointed and elected was extended to the
81st day of July, 1950;

AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient to
extend further the duration of the Council to the
thirty-first day of October, 1951:

BE IT THEREFORE ORDAINED by the
Governor and Legislative Council of Antigua as
follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Legislative Council (Extension of Duration) Or-
dinance, 1950, and shall be read and construed as
one with the Antigua Constitution Ordinance, 20/1936.
1936, as amended, (hereinafter called the Principal
Ordinance),



-

Antigua. 2 Legislative Council (Extension No, 1 of 1950,
. of Duration). <

Extension of 2. Notwithstanding the provisions of section —

guration of 15 of the Principal Ordinance and of section 2 of ~
the Legislative Council (Extension of Duration) ~
Ordinance, 1949, the duration of the Council last
appointed and elected before the date of the coming
into force of this Ordinance shall be and is hereby
further extended until the thirty-first day of
October, 1951, unless the said Council be sooner
dissolved by virtue of the power contained in |
section 14 of the Principal Ordinance.

CHARLESWORTH ROSS,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council the 27th day. of
July, 1950.

G. A. THIBOU,
Clerk of the Couneil,



ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
- by E. M. Buackman, Acting Government Printer.—By Authority.
1950,
—200—8.50, {Price 1d.]}



No. 2 of 1950. Smuggling (Amendment).

[L.S.]
I AssEnt,
P. D. MACDONALD,
. Acting Governor.

31st July, 1950.

ANTIGUA.

No. 2 of 1950.

An Ordinance to amend the Smuggling Act, 1895.

BE IT ORDAINED by the Governor and
Legislative Council of Antigua as follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Smuggling (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950, and
shall be read as one with the Smuggling Act, 1895,
hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance.

2. Section 13 of the Principal Ordinance is
hereby repealed and replaced as follows:—

"13. (1) No spirits or tobacco shall be
brought into the territorial waters of this
Presidency or imported into or exported from
this Presidency in any vessel of less than
thirty tons burthen:

Provided always that whenever it shall
be made to appear to the Treasurer that any
person desiring to import into or export from
any part of this Presidency any. spirits or
tobacco is unable to procure a vessel of thirty
or more tons burthen wherein to import or
export the same it shall be lawful for the
Treasurer by writing under his band to grant
permission in the form set forth in Schedule

ANTIGUA.

Short title.

4/1895,

Amendment
of section 13
of the
Principal
Ordinance,

Prohibition
of carriage of
spirits or
tobacco in
vessels under.
30 tons,



ANTIGUA. 2

Insertion of
new section.

“Forfeiture
of vessels
under 30 tons
having spirits
or tobacco on
board.

Smuggling (Amendment). No. 2 of 1950.

B hereto for a vessel of less than thirty tons
burthen to be used for such purpose aforesaid
and for such period and subject to such condi-
tions as he may see fit, and he may refuse to.
issue such permission without reason assigned,
and may recall, cancel or vary any such
permission already issued,

(2) Any vessel arriving at any port or
place in the island of Antigua from the island
of Barbuda or at any place in the island of
Barbuda from the island of Antigua, shall be
deemed and dealt with in such like manner as
if such vessel had arrived from any port
outside the limits of this Presidency for the
purpose of this section only.

(3) Any person offending against _ the
provisions of this section shall be liable on
summary conviction to a penalty not exceed -
ing twenty-four hundred dollars, and all
apirits or tobacco brought into the territorial
waters of this Presidency, imported or
exported contrary to the provisions contained
therein shallbe forfeited”.

8. After section 13 of the Principal Ordi-

nance the following section shall be inserted:— '

13A. Any -vessel of less than thirty
tons burthen, save and except as hereinbefore
provided, having on board any spirits or
tobacco and arriving at or anchoring or lying
to or being within the territorial waters of this
Presidency or departing therefrom _ shall
together with the cargo on board thereof, and
the furniture, tackle, apparel and boats belong-
ing thereto, be forfeited.

Provided always that the provisions of
this section shall not apply where the master
of the vessel satisfies the Treasurer that the
vessel has arrived, anchored, lain to,:or was
as aforesaid through stress of weather or other
good and sufficient cause”.





‘ ;
Vertes

No. 2 of 1950. Smuggling (Amendment). 3 ANTIaUA,
4. Section 14 of the Principal Ordinance is jynendment
hereby amended by the deletion of the words “ theme: thes
Schedule” appearing in the tenth line thereof and Gui
the substitution therefor of the words ‘“ Sched-

ule A”’,

5. Section 15 of the Principal Ordinance is Aree lant
hereby amended by the insertion, between the word Shine

“property” and the word “may” appearing in Bae
the eighth line thereof, of the following words:—

“shall be disposed of in such manner as the
Governor may direct, or otherwise”.

6. The Schedule to the Principal Ordinance ae
is hereby amended by the addition of the letter ¢, rine

‘“‘ A” appearing after the word “ Schedule”, Principal
Ordinance.

@. After the Schedule to the Principal Ordi- Insertion

nance the following Schedule shall be inserted:— pee

“SCHEDULE B.

SMUGGLING AcT, 1895.

Whereas it has been made to appear to me that
desires to (import or export)
. from (or to)
and that he is unable to obtain a vessel of thirty or
more tons burthen wherein to (import or export)
the same,

Now I do hereby grant permission unto the said
to (import or export) the said
in the

called the of and the
conditions of the permission are:—

Ist. That the vessel herein named shall proceed
direct between the port of
and the port of
(without communicating with or touching at any
other port or place or communieating with any
other ship or vessel) and
2nd. That at the expiration of the said voyage
this permit shall be delivered to a Customs Officer

Given under my hand at the Treasury, this
day of 19
Treasurer”,

CHARLESWORTH ROS8s,
President,





ANTIGUA. 4 Smuggling (Amendment). No. 2 of 1950.

Passed the Legislative Council the 27th day 5
of July, 1950. es

CG Ae PHI OU,
Clerk of the Council.



ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Ivylands,
by E. M. Buackmay, Acting Government Printer.—By Authority.
195 Z

200—8.50. [Price 1d.]





No. 3 of 1950. Labour.
[L.8.]
I ASSENT,
P. D. MACDONALD,

Acting Governor.

31st July, 1950.

ANTIGUA.
No. 3 of 1950.

An Ordinance for appointing a Labour Commis-

sioner in and for the Presidency and for

purposes incidental thereto,

BE IT ORDAINED by the Governor and
Legislative Council of Antigua as follows:—

+» 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Labour Ordinance, 1950.

2. In this Ordinance, unless the context
otherwise requires—

“employer” includes attorney, agent, fore-
man, manager, clerk, and any other
person engaged in hiring, employing or
superintending the labour or service of
any workman, and also a body of persons
corporate or incorporate;

‘“‘wages’’ means any money or other thing
had or contracted; to be paid, delivered
or given as a recompense reward or
remuneration for any work or labour
done or to be done, whether within a
certain time or to a certain amount, or
for a time or an amount uncertain;

“workman’’ means ‘any person who has
entered into or works under a contract
with an employer whether the contract
be by way of manual labour, clerical work

ANTIGUA,

Short Title,

Interpreta-
tion,



ANTIGUA.

Appointment
of Labour
Commissioner
and officers.

Salaries,

Duties
of Labour

Commissioner.



2g Labour. No. 3 of 1950.

or otherwise, be expressed or implied,
oral or in writing, and whether it be
a contract of service or of apprenticeship
or a contract personally to execute any
work or labour.

8. It shall be lawful for the Governor to
appoint a Labour Commissioner for the Presidency
and such officers and clerks to assist such Labour
Commissioner as he considers necessary.

4. The Labour Commissioner and such
officers and clerks as may be appointed shall
receive such salaries as may be assigned to them
by the Governor with the consent of the Legisla-
tive Council.

5. (1) The Tabour Commissioner shall,
subject to the provisions of this Ordinance, use his
utmost endeavour ‘to safeguard and promote the
general welfare of workmen of the Presidency.

(2) Without prejudice to the generality of
the foregoing provision he shall— :

(a) regularly supervise and review the
conditions of the various forms of em-
ployment of workmen which exist in the
Presidency ; :

(b) ensure the due performance of such
laws as he may from time to time be required
to enforce;

(c) bring to the notice of the Governor

with reasonable speed every matter or thing,
including the alleged or suspected breach of
any laws, which in his opinion is or is likely
to be prejudicial to the welfare of any
description or class of workmen or which is
causing or is likely to cause disagreement
between any such workmen and their em-
ployers;
(d) make recommendations to the Gov-
ernor from time to time as occasion demands
for safeguarding and promoting ‘the general
welfare of the workmen.





No. 3 of 1950. Labour. 8 ANTIGUA,

6. (1) The Labour Commissioner is em- Powers of

: . aa ; abour
powered and authorised— Gone
3 oe 7 obstruction

(a) to visit and inspect any premises &c.

in which workmen other than domestic servants
are employed, and to obtain and to require
from any employer information as to the
number of such workmen employed and the ,
wages, hours and conditions of work of such
workmen; :

(b) to require, by notice in writing from
employers, returns giving information as to
the number of workmen employed and the
wages, hours and conditions of work of such
workmen;

(c) to obtain and to require, by a notice
in writing from. employers, reports giving
information as to the causes and circumstances
relating to accidents to workmen employed by
them, involving loss of life or disability for
more than twenty-four hours;

(d) to inspect in any premises in which
workmen other than domestic servants are
employed, the state, condition and general
treatment of such workmen therein or thereon
and the state and condition of their dwelling
houses or-barracks;

(e) to enquire informally, if the parties
so consent, into any complaint which an
employer may have to make against any
workman or which any workman may have to
inake against an employer or which may be
otherwise brought to his notice and to use his
good offices and influence to bring about
a fair and reasonable settlement of such
complaint without recourse being had to legal
proceedings.

(2) The occupier of any premises in which
workmen are employed, his agents and servants,
shall furnish the means reasonably required by the
Labour Commissioner as necessary for any inspection
or enquiry into or in relation to any such premises,

(3) Any such person who refuses or willfully
neglects to furnish such means shall be. liable on
-gummary conviction to a fine not exceeding one

hundred dollars.





ANTIQUA,

*

Regulations,

Application,

Repeal 3/1944.

Commence-
ment. -



4 Labour, No. 3 of 1950, ee

(4) Any person who assaults hinders or
obstructs the Labour Commissioner acting in the
execution of his duty under this section shall be
liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceed-

‘ing two hundred: dollars or to imprisonment for a

term not .exceeding three months with or without
hard labour.

(5) Any employer who, without good and
sufficient cause, fails, on being required so to do, to
furnish to the Labour Commissioner any of the_
information or any returns specified in subsection
(1) of this section, shall be liable on summary
conviction to a fine not exceeding twenty-five
dollars.

(6) Any employer who knowingly furnishes
or allows to be furnished to the Labour Commis-
sioner any information or return which is false in_
any material particular, shall be liable on summary
conviction to a fine not exceeding two hundred and
forty dollars or to imprisonment for a term not
exceeding three months.

7. The Governor in Council may make
Regulations prescribing the form in which the
information and the returns mentioned in paragraph
(6) of subsection (1) of section 6 of this Ordinance
shall be furnished. :

8. This Ordinance shall not apply to
persons in the naval, military or air forces of the
Crown or in the Police Force, but otherwise shall
apply to workmen.

~Q9. The Labour (General. Legislature Com-
petency) Ordinance, 1944, is hereby repealed.

10. This Ordinance shall come into operation
on such day as the Governor may appoint by
proclamation published in the Gazette.

CHARLESWORTH ROSS,

President.
Passed the Legislative Council this 27th day

- of July, 1950.

(A EERO,
Clerk of the Council.

ANTIGUA,

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1

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No. 4 of 1950. The Trade and Revenue
(Amendment).

[L.8.]
I. ASSENT,
P. D. MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.
31st July, 1950.

ANTIGUA.
No. 4 of 1950.

An Ordinance to amend further the Trade and Revenue
Ordinance, 1900.

BE IT ORDAINED by the Governor and Legis-
lative Council of Antigua as follows:—

1- This Ordinance may be cited as the Trade and

Revenue (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950, and shall be

_ read as one with the Trade and Revenue Ordinance,

1900, as amended, hereinafter called the Principal
Ordinance.

2- Seétion 5 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby
amended by the insertion in the third, line thereof
‘between the word “entry” and the word “and” of the
following words:— :

“for any class or all classes of vessels and.

subject to such conditions as he shall think fit.”

CHARLESWORTH ROSS,
_p President :

Passed the Legislative Council the 27th day of
July, 1950.

G. A. THIBOU,
Clerk of the Council.

a

ANTIGUA.

ANTIGUA.

Short title.

8/1900,

Amendment
of Section 5 of

‘the Principal

Ordinance.

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—200—8.50.

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No. 5 of 1950. Supplementary Appropriation ANricvA,
(1949).



[L.S.]
I Assent,
P. D. MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.
31st July, 1950.

ANTIGUA.
No.0 of 1930:

An Ordinance to sanction certain payments from
the Public Treasury in excess of the sums
placed on the Estimates for the year ended
31st December, 1949.

BE IT ORDAINED by the Governor and

. Legislative Council of Antigua as follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Supplementary Appropriation (1949) Ordinance,
1950. .

2. The various sums of money set forth in Legalisation
the Schedule to this Ordinance, amounting in all to of expendi
_ Thirteen Thousand and Twenty Dollars and
drawn from the Public Treasury for the service of
the year ended on the thirty-first day of December,
1949, under the warrant of the Governor, but not
provided for in the Estimates for the said year,
are hereby declared to have been lawfully expended
for the services mentioned in the said Schedule.

CHARLESWORTH ROSS,
- President.





Ni

Antigua. 2 Supplementary Appropriation. No. 5 of 1930.
(1949).

Passed the Legislative Council the 27th day of
July, 1950.

Head.

Il.
XI.
XXV.

G. A. THIBOU,
Clerk of the Council.

SCHEDULE,

Service.
Charges on Public Debt
Pensions and Gratuities
Prison & Training School

Public Works Recurrent



ANTIGUA.

Amount,

$
1,328

3,219
4,549

oe 3,924

13,020

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by E. M, Buackman, Acting Government Printer.—By Autherity.

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No. 6 of 1950. Village Councils (Validation of
Acts and Extension of
Duration).

[L.S8.]
I Assent,
P. D. MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.
2nd August, 1950.

ANTIGUA.
No. 6 of 1950.

An Ordinance to confirm and validate all the
rights, powers, acts and duties of certain
Village Councils exercised and undertaken
or purported to have been exercised and
undertaken as Village Councils under the
Village Councils Ordinance, 1945 (No. 4 of
1945) and to extend the duration of the said
Village Councils.

WHEREAS pursuant to the provisions of
section 5A of the Village Councils Ordinance,
1945, as amended by the Village Councils
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1946, the inhabitants
of the Villages or groups of adjacent villages
mentioned in the First Column of the Schedule
to this Ordinance respectively made request to
the Administrator that the Scheme as approved
for the Village of All Saints be adopted for the
villages groups of villages of which they were
the inhabitants:

- AND WHEREAS the Administrator satis-
fied himself by such enquiries as he deemed
expedient that the requests were in accordance
with the wishes of the majority of the inhabitants
of the said villages or groups of villages:

ANTIGUA.

Preamble. |



ANTIGUA.

ghort Title,



oe.

2 Village Council: (Validation of No. 6 of 1950.
Acts and Latension of :
Duration).

AND WHEREAS the said requests were

respectively considered by the Governor in ©

Council and approved on the respective dates

mentioned in the Seeond Column of the Schedule os

to this Ordinance but no notice to that effect was
published in the Gazette by the Clerk of the
Executive Council in accordance with the
provisions of sub-section (8) of section 5A of the
said Ordinance: :

AND WHEREAS the Village Councils
established in respect of the villages or groups of
villages mentioned in the First Column of. the
Schedule to this Ordinance from the respective
dates mentioned in the Third Cclumn of the said
Schedule to the present time have purported to
exercise and undertake the rights, powers, acts
and duties of Village Councils in the mistaken
belief that they were empowered to exercise and
undertake the same:

AND WHEREAS it is expedient in the
interest of the Community to confirm and
validate the said purported exercise and under-
taking of the said rights, powers, acts and duties
by the said Village Councils as if the said Village
Councils had been properly and legally estab-
lished as Village Councils on the respective dates
mentioned in the Third Column of the said
Schedule:

AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient to
extend the duration of the said Village Councils
until the thirty-first day of December one
thousand nine hundred and fifty:

BE IT THEREFORE ORDAINED by the
Governor and Legislative Council of Antigua as
follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Village Councils (Validation of Acts and Exten-
sion of Duration) Ordinance, 1950,





No. f of 1950. Village Councils (Validation of 3
Acis and Hxtension of
Duration.)

c 2. All rights, powers, acts and duties

exercised and undertaken, or purported to have
been exercised or undertaken. by the Village
Councils for the villages or groups of adjacent

ANTIGUA.

Validation of
establishment
of Village
Councils.

villages mentioned in the First Column of the ~

Schedule to this Ordinance as from the respective
dates mentioned in the Third Column of the said
Schedule, are hereby confirmed and validated as
if the notice as required by subsection (3) of
section 5A of the Village Councils Ordinance,
1945, as amended by the Village Councils
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1946, had been pub-
lished by the Clerk of the Executive Council in
the Gazette and the said Village Councils had
been properly and legally established on the
respective dates mentioned in the Third Column
of the said Schedule, and in relation to the
exercise and undertaking of the said rights,
powers, acts and duties the said Village Councils
are hereby declared to have had all the rights,
powers, privileges and immunities of Village
Councils.

8. Notwithstanding anything contained in
the Village Councils Ordinance, 1945, as amended,
and any Schemes approved and adopted there-
_ under, the life of the Village Councils established
in respect of the villages or groups of villages
mentioned in the First Column of the Schedule to
this Ordinance shall be deemed to have continued
from the dates when they should respectively have
been dissolved, and until, unless sooner dissolved,
the thirty-first day of December one thousand nine
hundred and fifty.

CHARLESWOKTH ROSS,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council the 27th day
of July, 1950.

G. A. THIBOU,
Clerk of the Council.

4/1945
9/1946

Extension of
duration of
Village
Councils.



Antigua. 4 Village Councils (V alidation of No. 6 of 1950.
Acts and Extension of

_

First Column.

Swetes, Buckleys and
John Hughes

Pigotts and Osborne

Potters

Liberta

Freemans Village and Sea
View Farm :

Cedar Grove

Bethesda and Christian
Hill

Bolans

Parham and Pareg

Johnson’s Point and Crabb 5

Hill
Five Islands

St. Johnston’s Village and

Clare Hall



Duration.)

SCHEDULE.

Second Column.

6th February, 1947

Third Column,

.| 20th December, 1946 | 24th March, 1947

12th May, 1947
14th April, 1947
3Jst March, 1947

5th May, 1947
9th June, 1947

2nd June, 1947
19th May, 1947
16th June, 1947

30th June, 1947
23rd June, 1947

7th July, 1947



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"No. 7 of 1950. Dogs (Amendment). ANTIGUA.

[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
P. D. MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.
2nd August, 1950.

ANTIGUA.
No. 7 of 1950.

An Ordinance further to amend the Dogs Act,
1896.

1. This Ordinance inay be cited as the Dogs Short title.
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1950, and shall be read eo
as one with the Dogs Act, 1896, as amended, 14/1921.
hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance. eee:

2. Sub-section (8) of section 14 of the Prin- Amendment of
cipal Ordinance is hereby amended by the addition Reetecieal
of a comma after the word “days” in line 2 there- Ordinance.
of and the addition thereafter of the following
words:—

“or, where such dog is starving or suf-
fering from rabies, distemper or auy kind of
diszase, for twenty four hours,”

CHARLESWORTH ROSS,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council the 27th day
of July, 1950.

G. A. THIBOU,
Clerk of the Couneil,

2 eens ee

ANTIGUA.
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by E. M. BrackMAN, Acting Government Printer.—-By Authority.
195)

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a No. 4 of 1950. Appropriation 1980.
[L.8.]

VIRGIN ISLANDS.
No. 4 of 1950,

An Ordinance to provide for the services of the
Presidency of the Virgin Islands for the year
ending on the thirty-first day of December,
1950.

BE IT ORDAINED by the Governor of the

Leeward Islands as follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be. cited as the
Appropriation Ordinance, 1950.

- 2. There shall be and there is hereby granted
to His Majesty the King, for the service of the
Presidency of the Virgin Islands for the year
ending on the thirty-first day of December, 1950,
the sum of two hundred and eighty-six thousand,
four hundred and forty-five dollars, to be applied
and expended in the manner and for the services
set forth in the Schedule hereto.

8. Such part of the said sum of two
hundred and eighty-six thousand, four hundred
and forty-five dollars as is payable by the said
Presidency shall be and the same is hereby declared
to be charged upon and made payable from and out
of the General Revenue and other funds of the
said Presidency.

4. The Treasurer of the said Presidency is
hereby authorised and required from time to time
upon ‘the order or warrant of the Governor to pay
the several sums appropriated by and in the said
Schedule to the several services therein mentioned,
as the said order or warrant shall direct, out of the
General Revenue and other funds of the said
Presidency without further order or formality.

VIRGIN
ISLANDS.

Short title

Appropriation

Sums charged
on General ©
Revenue.

Payments
how made.



VIRGIN 2 Appropriation 1950. No. 4 of 1950:

IsLanps.
Made by the Governor this 4th day of

August, 1950.

P. D. Macponatp,
Acting Governor.



SCHEDULE.
No. Service. Amount,
$
L. Pensions 4,498
2. Federal Contribution 21,748
3. Administration 42,948
4, Agriculture © 21,058
5. Education ‘ 74,424
6. Medical . 32,332 >
7. Miscellaneous 3 17,229
8. Post Office 5,164
9. Public Works. 6,946 .
10. “Public Works Recurrent 22,003
11. Public Works Extraordinary 38,100
Total 286,445
®
ANTIGUA.

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by E. M, BLACKMAN, Acting Government Printer,—-By Authority,
1950. ;
11527—200—8.50. [Price 1d.]





No. 5 of 1950. alee

[L.S.]

VIRGIN ISLANDS.
No. 5 of 1950.
An Ordinance for appointing a Labour Commis-

sioner in and for the Presidency and for
purposes incidental thereto.

BE IT ORDAINED by the Governor of

the Leeward Islands as follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Labour Ordinance, 1950. -

&. In this Ordinance, unless the context
otherwise requires—

“employer” includes attorney, agent, fore-

VirGIn
IsLanps.

Short title,

Interpreta-
tion.

man, manager, clerk, and any other |

person engaged in hiring, employing or
superintending the labour or service of

. any workman, and also a body of persons
corporate or unincorporate;

“wages” means any money or other thing
had or contracted to be paid, delivered
or given as a recompense, reward or
remuneration for any work or labour
done or to be done, whether within a
ceftain time or to. certain amount, or
for a time or an amount uncertain;

“workman” means any person who has
entered into or works under a contract
with an employer whether the contract
be by way of manual labour, clerical work



VirGIN
ISLANDS.

Appointment
of Labour
Commissioner
and officers,

Salaries,

Duties
of Labour

Commissioner.

9 Labour. No. -3 of 1940,

or otherwise, be expressed or implied,
oral or in writing, and whether it ‘be
a contract of service or of apprenticeship
or a contract personally to execute any
work or labour -but does not include
a domestic servant.

8. It shall be lawful ‘for the Governor to
appoint a Labour Commissioner for the Presidency
and such officers and clerks to assist sucn , Labour
Commissioner as he considers necessary.

4. The Labour Commissioner and such
officers and clerks as may be appointed shall
receive such salaries as may be assigned to them
by the Governor with the consent of the Legisla-
tive Council.

5. (1) The Uabour Commissioner shall,
subject to the provisions of this Ordinance, use his
utmost endeavour to safeguard and promote the
general welfare of workmen of the Presidency.

(2) Without prejudice to the generality of
the foregoing provision he shall—

(a) regularly supervise and review the
conditions of the various forms of em-
ployment of workmen which exist in the
Presidency ;

(6) ensure the due performance of such
laws as he may from time to time be required
to enforce;

(c) bring to the notice of the Governor
with reasonable speed every matter or thing,
including the alleged or suspected breach of
any laws, which in this opinion is or is likely
to be prejudicial to the welfare of any
description or class of workmen or which is
causing or is likely to cause disagreement
between any such workmen and+their em-
ployers;

(d) make recommendations to the Gov-
ernor from time to time as occasion demands
for safeguarding andj promoting the general
welfare of the workmen.





Be No: § of 19%0, Reena: 3

6. (1) The Labour Commissioner is em-
powered and authorised—~

(a) to visit and inspect any premises
in which workmen are employed, and to obtain
and to require from any employer information
as to the number of workmen employed and
the wages, hours and conditions of work of
such workmen;

(6) to require, by notice in writing from
employers, returns giving information as to
the number of workmen employed and the
wages, hours and conditions of work of such
workmen;

(c) to obtain and to require, by a notice
in writing from employers, reports giving
information as to the causes and circumstances
relating to accidents to workmen employed by
them, involving loss of life or disability for
more than twenty-four hours;

(d) to inspect in any premises in which
workmen are employed, the state, condition
and general treatment of the workmen therein
or thereon and the state and condition of their
dwelling houses or barracks;

(e) to enquire informally, if the parties
so consent, into any complaint which an
employer may have to make against any
workman or which any workman may have to
make against an employer or which may be
otherwise brought to his notice and to use his
good offices and influence to bring about
a fair and reasonable settlement of such
complaint without recourse being had to legal
proceedings.

(2) The occupier of any premises in which
workmen are employed, his agents and _ servants,
shall furnish the means reasonably required by the
Labour Commissioner as necessary for any inspection
or enquiry into or in relation toany such premises.

(3) Any such person who refuses or willfully
neglects to furnish such means shall be liable on
summary conviction to a fine not exceeding one

- hundred dollars.

VIRGIN
TsLANDS.

Powers of
Labour
Commissioner;
obstruction

&e,



VirGin
IsLanpbs.



4 s Labour. No. 5 of 1950. .

(4) Any person who assaults, hinders or
obstructs the Labour Commissioner acting in the
execution of his duty under this section shall be
liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceed-
ing two hundred dollars or to imprisonment for a
term not exceeding three months with or without
hard labour.

(5) Any employer who, without good and
sufficient cause, fails, on being required so to do, to
furnish to the Labour Commissioner any of the
information or any returns specified in subsection
(J) of this section, shall be liable on summary

.conviction to a fine not exceeding twenty-five

Regulations.

Application.

dollars. :

(6) Any employer who knowingly furnishes
or allows to be furnished to the Labour Commis-
sioner any information or return which is false in
any material particular, shall be liable on summary
conviction to a fine not exceeding two hundred and
forty dollars or to imprisonment for a term not
exceeding three months.

7. The Governor in Council may make
Regulations prescribing the form in which the
information and the returns mentioned in paragraph
(6) of subsection (1) of section-6 of this Ordinance
shall be furnished.

8. This Ordinance: shall not apply to
persons in the naval, military or air forces of the

_ Crown or in the Police Force, but otherwise shall

Repeal, 2/1944.

Commence-
ment,

apply to workmen.

9. The Labour (General Legislature Com-
petency) Ordinance, 1944, is hereby repealed.

10. This Ordinance shall come into operation
on such day as the Governor may appoint by
proclamation published in the Gazette.

Made by the Governor this 8th day of
August, 1950.

P. D. MACDONALD,

Acting Governor.

ANTIGUA.

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by E. M. BLACKMAN, Acting Government Printer.—By Authority.

1950,

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Full Text




EOD

LEEWARD ISLANDS

OY GAZETTE
Bublished by Authority.

VOL. LXXVIII. THURSDAY, 10ra AUGUST, 1950.





Notices.

It is notified for general informa-
tion that Mr. W. A. ROBERTSON,
C.M.G., Forestry Adviser to the
Secretary of State, will be retiring
from his post about the end of this
year and Mr. F. 8. CoLuigR, C.B.E.,
Chief Conservator of Forests, Nigeria,
has been appointed to succeed him.
It is expected that Mr. COLLIER will
take up his new duties in the New
Year 1951.

Colonial Secretary’s Office,
Leeward Islands.
at Antiqua,
5th August, 1950.
€.8.0. M.P. 440.



It is notified for general informa-
tion that Mr. J. L. CREIGHTON,
Assistant Staff Engineer, Post Office
Engineering Department, has been
appointed to the Post of Telecommu-
nications Liaison Officer in the Colo-
nial Office.

Mr. CREIGHTON’S duties will be
to assist in all matters concerning
representation of the Colonies at In-
ternational Telecommunications Con-
ferences, including the collection,
correlation and submission of fre-
quency claims and other material
required for such Conferences, to
provide information and advice on
telecommunications matters, particu-
larly the detailed application of
International Agreements and Con-
ventions to which the Colonies are,
or may become parties, and to provide
expert technical assistance on any
other telecommunications matters
which may be referred to him.
Oolonial Secretary’s Office,

Leeward Islands,

at Antigua.

5th August, 1950.
€.8.0. M.P. £40.

No. 83.

Appointments and transfers, etc.,
in the publicservice, with effect from
the dates stated, are published for
general information:—

PaLMER, C. G., Federal Education
Officer, transferred to Grenada.
Aug. 2
MATHESON, D. L., Education Officer,
St. Kitts-Nevis, to act as Federal
/ Education Officer, with headquar-
Nee in St. Kitts. Aug. 2

328.2297
L437 L.

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.

No. 84.

The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Governor
that the KING will not be advised to
exercise his power of disallowance
of the undermentioned Bill:—

St. Kitts-Nevis.

No. 6 of 1949, ‘‘ The General Local
Loan Ordinance, 1949.”

M.P. 11316.

No. 85.

The Acting Governor has been
pleased this day to assent to the
undermentioned Ordinances of the
Legislature of Antigua:—

No. 6 of 1950, “The Village Coun-
cils (Validation of Actsand Extension
of Duration) Ordinance, 1950.

Aug. 2
CISION MEP MUL Gi.

No. 7 of 1950, “The Dogs (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1950. Aug. 2

C.S.0, M.P. 11168,

No. 86.

The Acting Governor has been
pleased this day to assent to the
undermentioned Ordinances of the
Legislature of Montserrat:—

No 4 of 1950, “The Legislative
Council (Extension of Duration)
Ordinance, 1950.” July 28

No. 5 of 1950, “‘The Labour Ordi-
nance, 1950.” Aug. 5

No. 6 of 1950, “The Supplemen-
tary Appropriation (1949) Ordinance,
IO,” Aug. 5

No. 7 of 1950, “ The Cotton Export
Duty (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950.”
Aug. 5

Oolonial Secretary’s Office,
Leeward Islands,
at Antigua.
8th August, 1950.

No. 87.

The following Ordinances are cir-
culated with this Gazette and form
part thereof:—

Antigua.

No. 1 of 1950, “The Legislative
Council (Extension of Duration) Ordi-
nance, 1950’.

No. 2 of 1950, “The Smuggling
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1950”.

No. 3 of 1950, “The Labour Ordi-
nance, 1950”.

No. 4 of 1950, “The Trade and
Revenue (Amendment) Ordinance,
1950”.

No. 5 of 1950, The Supplemen-
tary Appropriation (1949) Ordinance,
OS Oz

No. 6 of 1950, ‘‘The Village Coun-
cils (Validation of Acts and Exten-
sion of Duration) Ordinance, 1950.”

No. 7 of 1950, ‘‘ The Dogs (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1950”.

Virgin Islands.

No. 4 of 1950, ‘The Appropriation
Ordinance, 1950.”

No. 5 of 1950, “‘ The Labour Ordi-
nance, 1950.”



Office of the Administrator
of Estates,
Antigua.
31st July, 1950.

In the Matter of the Estate of
FREDERICK TOWNSEND late of
the City of Saint John in the
Island ofAntigua.

Deceased.

(UNREPRESENTED)

Take notice that creditors residing
within the Colony are to come in and
prove their debts against the Estate of
the above-named deceased who died
in the island of Aruba on the 23rd
day of November, 1949, on or before
the 5th day of December, 1950, and
that creditors residing out of the
Colony are to come in and prove
their debts against the said estate on
or before the 5th day of April, 1951.
192

In default of their so doing they be
excluded from any benefit arising
from such Hstate,

N. A. BERRIDGE,
Administrator of Estates.

Office of the Administrator
of Estates,
Antiqua.
4th August, 1950.

In the Matter of the Hstate of
FREDERICK TOWNSEND late of
the City of Saint John, in the
Island of Antigua.

Deceased.

(UNREPRESENTED.)

There will be sold by Public Auc-
tion at the Court House in the City of
Saint John in the Island of Antigua
on Thursday the 28th day of Sep-
tember, 1950, at 12 o’clock noon
all the personal property belonging to
the above Estaie, consisting of one
Cabin Trunk and Sundry articles of
wearing apparel ete. ete.

N. A. BERRIDGE,
Administrator of Estates.



In the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands.

ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.
A.D. 1950.



Notice is hereby given that His
Honour the Acting Chief Justice has
appointed Wednesday the 9th day of
August, 1950, at 10 o’clock in the
forenoon for a sitting of the Court at
which the following matters will be
heard:—

APPEALS.

Appellant. Respondent.

Maude Thibou A.J. Bowry, (Asst.
Supt. of Police)
Berkeley Richards
V. A. Buntin, (Asst.
Supt. of Police)
V. A. Buntin, (Asst.
Supt. of Police)
Olive Jardine

Elvan Brookes
James Drew

Allie Thomas

Beatrice Semper
Dated this 31st day of July, 1950.

N. A. BERRIDGE,
Registrar of the Supreme Court.

In the Court of Summary
Jurisdiction of the Leeward
Islands.

ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.
A.D. 1950.

Notice is hereby given that His
Honour the Acting Chief Justice has
appointed Thursday the 10th day of

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

August, 1950, at 10 o’clock in the
forenoon for a sitting of the Court at
which the following causes will be
heard :——

Plaintiff.

John Philip
Alpheus Pryce
Margaret Roberts
(Administratrix
of the Estate of
- John Edwards
(deceased).

Defendant.

Mandel Philip
John Lambert
James Martin

Dated this 3lst day of July, 1950.

N. A. BERRIDGE,
Registrar.



TRADE MARKS OFFICH,
ANTIGUA, 3rd August, 1950.

D. MARSHALL & COMPANY,
LIMITED, of 17 Minshull Street,
Manchester 1, England, have applied
for Registration of One Trade Mark
consisting of the following:—



MARSHALL
FABRICS

in Class 24—Cotton piece goods or all
kinds

25—Cotton Goods not included
in classes 23, 24, or 38

38—Articles of clothing

50—Piece goods wholly or main-
ly of rayon.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for 24 years
before the date of their said Applica-
tion.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Leeward Islands Gazette, give
notice in duplicate at the Trade
Marks Office, Antigua, of opposition
to registration of the said Trade
Mark.

N. A. BERRIDGE,
Registrar of Trade Marks.



TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 3rd August, 1950.

D. MARSHALL & CO. LTD., of
17 Minshull Street, Manchester I,
England have applied for Registra-
tion of one Trade Mark consisting of
the following:—

REXWEAR

~
\

[10 August, 1950.

in class 24Cotton piece goods of all
kinds and Class 25—Cotton goods
not included in Classes 23, 24
or 38.

The applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for 23
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 Leeward Islands Gazette, give
notice in duplicate at the Trade
Marks Office, Antigua, of opposition
to registration of the said Trade
Mark.

N. A. BERRIDGE,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

STORM WARNING SIGNALS.

AT DAY. The following signals
displayed at the Harbour Department
and Goat Hill signal station will
denote the approach of disturbed
weather :—

X. A-red flag with black square in
centre— means— tropical dis-
turbance reported; likely to
affect island of Antigua—
CAUTION ADVISED.

XX. Two red flags, with black
squares in centre-——-HURRI-
CANE SIGNAL— DANGER
EXPECTED.

AT NIGHT. Two detonating rock-
ets will be fired in rapid suc-
cession from Harbour Master’s
Office, as a warning to shipping
of the approach of disturbed
weather.

AT DAY & AT NIGHT. The
siren at the Police Headquarters will
be sounded as a ‘‘ HURRICANE SIG-
NAL DANGER APPRENDED.”

Police will also go through St.
John’s and villages sounding their
whistles continuously.

All telephone exchanges will make
every effort to inform subscribers
about weather conditions when
requested to do so by the Official
Weather Observer.

The Police Department will also
give whatever assistance they can im
notifying the public in general.

F. V. D. GRIFFITH,
Weather Observer.

July, 1950.
“



10 August, 1950.] THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 193
RAINFALL FIGURES. Publications issued from the No. 5. of 1950, “The Offences
Central Experiment Station, pe against the Person (Amendment) Act,
Antigua. Government Printing Office, 1950”. 1 pp. Price 1d.
1947, 1948, 1949. 1950. Leeward Islands. No. 6 of 1950, “The Department of

Labour (Repeal) Act, 1950”.







January 3:97 2°82 1°50 5'41 ———. rong,

February ‘7 Br Or FE Ly ata a

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June HAO pes eo; 3ememeg;o 5 e166 Virgin Islands.

July Ay BG) TES Leeward Islands.

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ieee rea ae ee TS eer Sige = No. 4 of 1950, ‘The Currency Act, tration and Election Ordinance,
ae ere a!




SUGAR FACTORIES OUTPUT TO AUGUST 5, 1950.







ANTIGUA. ot. KEES.
; i : Duri
During week. o ey During week. Seascnt
Tons of cane handled me al ~ Gee Oe =| ago.aer a 340,877°06
Tons of sugar produced _.... oe 960°57 28,085°37 40,497
Hours out of cane aa as 29°20 284°10 75°84



* Season commenced 24th January, 1950.
ft Season commenced 23rd January, 1950.
~~

194 THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. [10 August, 1950.

Notice.

HURRICANE WARNINGS.

1. At the beginning of the Hurricane Season the public are advised to take precautionary~
measures to ensure that all doors, windows, and shutters of their houses, offices, ete., can be securely ~
fastened. The same applies to buildings used as shelters for stock.

An adequate supply of hurricane lanterns, candles or electric torches is recommended, in the
event of the failure of electric lighting system during the storm.

2. Householders possessing a barometer should watch their instrument carefully and observe
readings at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. and at night time previous to retiring to bed. Any change lower than
the usual diurnal one of 0.1 inch should be regarded with some suspicion and more frequent
observations made.

3. All Agents of steamers and of sailing vessels which are approaching or leaving Antigua in
doubtful weather, are asked to communicate direct with the Harbour Master. This is especially essential
with regard to small sailing boats engaged in inter-island trade.

4. When barring up a house, on indications of bad weather or the approach of a hurricane, begin
with the side facing the direction of the prevailing wind, which varies as a rule from North West to
North East. Should the centre happen to pass over the island there will be a short period of calm
during which the northern side of the building should be opened up and the southern or westerly sides
closed. Very often, however, the hurricane shifts directly from North East to South East with little or
no interval of relative calm, and under such circumstances it is wise to have every window and door
securely fastened.

CHARLESWORTH ROSS,
Acting Administrator.

ANTIGUA.
Pyinted at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands, by E. M, BLacKMAN,
Acting Government Printer.—By Authority,
1950,

[Price 10d.]

vi Hors


— No. 1 of 1950. Legislative Council (Extension ANTIGUA.
: of Duration).

[L.S. |
I Assent,
‘PP. D. MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.
29th July, 1950.

ANTIGUA.
No. 1 of 1950.

An Ordinance to extend further the duration of
the present Legislative Council. oe

WHEREAS by section 15 of the Antigua Preamble.
Constitution Ordinance, 1936, it is provided that
the Governor shall dissolve the Council at the
expiration of three years from the date of the
return of the first writs at the last preceding
general election, if it shall not have been sooner
dissolved ;

_ AND WHEREAS the duration of the Coun-
cil last appointed and elected was extended to the
81st day of July, 1950;

AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient to
extend further the duration of the Council to the
thirty-first day of October, 1951:

BE IT THEREFORE ORDAINED by the
Governor and Legislative Council of Antigua as
follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Legislative Council (Extension of Duration) Or-
dinance, 1950, and shall be read and construed as
one with the Antigua Constitution Ordinance, 20/1936.
1936, as amended, (hereinafter called the Principal
Ordinance),
-

Antigua. 2 Legislative Council (Extension No, 1 of 1950,
. of Duration). <

Extension of 2. Notwithstanding the provisions of section —

guration of 15 of the Principal Ordinance and of section 2 of ~
the Legislative Council (Extension of Duration) ~
Ordinance, 1949, the duration of the Council last
appointed and elected before the date of the coming
into force of this Ordinance shall be and is hereby
further extended until the thirty-first day of
October, 1951, unless the said Council be sooner
dissolved by virtue of the power contained in |
section 14 of the Principal Ordinance.

CHARLESWORTH ROSS,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council the 27th day. of
July, 1950.

G. A. THIBOU,
Clerk of the Couneil,



ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
- by E. M. Buackman, Acting Government Printer.—By Authority.
1950,
—200—8.50, {Price 1d.]}
No. 2 of 1950. Smuggling (Amendment).

[L.S.]
I AssEnt,
P. D. MACDONALD,
. Acting Governor.

31st July, 1950.

ANTIGUA.

No. 2 of 1950.

An Ordinance to amend the Smuggling Act, 1895.

BE IT ORDAINED by the Governor and
Legislative Council of Antigua as follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Smuggling (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950, and
shall be read as one with the Smuggling Act, 1895,
hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance.

2. Section 13 of the Principal Ordinance is
hereby repealed and replaced as follows:—

"13. (1) No spirits or tobacco shall be
brought into the territorial waters of this
Presidency or imported into or exported from
this Presidency in any vessel of less than
thirty tons burthen:

Provided always that whenever it shall
be made to appear to the Treasurer that any
person desiring to import into or export from
any part of this Presidency any. spirits or
tobacco is unable to procure a vessel of thirty
or more tons burthen wherein to import or
export the same it shall be lawful for the
Treasurer by writing under his band to grant
permission in the form set forth in Schedule

ANTIGUA.

Short title.

4/1895,

Amendment
of section 13
of the
Principal
Ordinance,

Prohibition
of carriage of
spirits or
tobacco in
vessels under.
30 tons,
ANTIGUA. 2

Insertion of
new section.

“Forfeiture
of vessels
under 30 tons
having spirits
or tobacco on
board.

Smuggling (Amendment). No. 2 of 1950.

B hereto for a vessel of less than thirty tons
burthen to be used for such purpose aforesaid
and for such period and subject to such condi-
tions as he may see fit, and he may refuse to.
issue such permission without reason assigned,
and may recall, cancel or vary any such
permission already issued,

(2) Any vessel arriving at any port or
place in the island of Antigua from the island
of Barbuda or at any place in the island of
Barbuda from the island of Antigua, shall be
deemed and dealt with in such like manner as
if such vessel had arrived from any port
outside the limits of this Presidency for the
purpose of this section only.

(3) Any person offending against _ the
provisions of this section shall be liable on
summary conviction to a penalty not exceed -
ing twenty-four hundred dollars, and all
apirits or tobacco brought into the territorial
waters of this Presidency, imported or
exported contrary to the provisions contained
therein shallbe forfeited”.

8. After section 13 of the Principal Ordi-

nance the following section shall be inserted:— '

13A. Any -vessel of less than thirty
tons burthen, save and except as hereinbefore
provided, having on board any spirits or
tobacco and arriving at or anchoring or lying
to or being within the territorial waters of this
Presidency or departing therefrom _ shall
together with the cargo on board thereof, and
the furniture, tackle, apparel and boats belong-
ing thereto, be forfeited.

Provided always that the provisions of
this section shall not apply where the master
of the vessel satisfies the Treasurer that the
vessel has arrived, anchored, lain to,:or was
as aforesaid through stress of weather or other
good and sufficient cause”.


‘ ;
Vertes

No. 2 of 1950. Smuggling (Amendment). 3 ANTIaUA,
4. Section 14 of the Principal Ordinance is jynendment
hereby amended by the deletion of the words “ theme: thes
Schedule” appearing in the tenth line thereof and Gui
the substitution therefor of the words ‘“ Sched-

ule A”’,

5. Section 15 of the Principal Ordinance is Aree lant
hereby amended by the insertion, between the word Shine

“property” and the word “may” appearing in Bae
the eighth line thereof, of the following words:—

“shall be disposed of in such manner as the
Governor may direct, or otherwise”.

6. The Schedule to the Principal Ordinance ae
is hereby amended by the addition of the letter ¢, rine

‘“‘ A” appearing after the word “ Schedule”, Principal
Ordinance.

@. After the Schedule to the Principal Ordi- Insertion

nance the following Schedule shall be inserted:— pee

“SCHEDULE B.

SMUGGLING AcT, 1895.

Whereas it has been made to appear to me that
desires to (import or export)
. from (or to)
and that he is unable to obtain a vessel of thirty or
more tons burthen wherein to (import or export)
the same,

Now I do hereby grant permission unto the said
to (import or export) the said
in the

called the of and the
conditions of the permission are:—

Ist. That the vessel herein named shall proceed
direct between the port of
and the port of
(without communicating with or touching at any
other port or place or communieating with any
other ship or vessel) and
2nd. That at the expiration of the said voyage
this permit shall be delivered to a Customs Officer

Given under my hand at the Treasury, this
day of 19
Treasurer”,

CHARLESWORTH ROS8s,
President,


ANTIGUA. 4 Smuggling (Amendment). No. 2 of 1950.

Passed the Legislative Council the 27th day 5
of July, 1950. es

CG Ae PHI OU,
Clerk of the Council.



ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Ivylands,
by E. M. Buackmay, Acting Government Printer.—By Authority.
195 Z

200—8.50. [Price 1d.]


No. 3 of 1950. Labour.
[L.8.]
I ASSENT,
P. D. MACDONALD,

Acting Governor.

31st July, 1950.

ANTIGUA.
No. 3 of 1950.

An Ordinance for appointing a Labour Commis-

sioner in and for the Presidency and for

purposes incidental thereto,

BE IT ORDAINED by the Governor and
Legislative Council of Antigua as follows:—

+» 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Labour Ordinance, 1950.

2. In this Ordinance, unless the context
otherwise requires—

“employer” includes attorney, agent, fore-
man, manager, clerk, and any other
person engaged in hiring, employing or
superintending the labour or service of
any workman, and also a body of persons
corporate or incorporate;

‘“‘wages’’ means any money or other thing
had or contracted; to be paid, delivered
or given as a recompense reward or
remuneration for any work or labour
done or to be done, whether within a
certain time or to a certain amount, or
for a time or an amount uncertain;

“workman’’ means ‘any person who has
entered into or works under a contract
with an employer whether the contract
be by way of manual labour, clerical work

ANTIGUA,

Short Title,

Interpreta-
tion,
ANTIGUA.

Appointment
of Labour
Commissioner
and officers.

Salaries,

Duties
of Labour

Commissioner.



2g Labour. No. 3 of 1950.

or otherwise, be expressed or implied,
oral or in writing, and whether it be
a contract of service or of apprenticeship
or a contract personally to execute any
work or labour.

8. It shall be lawful for the Governor to
appoint a Labour Commissioner for the Presidency
and such officers and clerks to assist such Labour
Commissioner as he considers necessary.

4. The Labour Commissioner and such
officers and clerks as may be appointed shall
receive such salaries as may be assigned to them
by the Governor with the consent of the Legisla-
tive Council.

5. (1) The Tabour Commissioner shall,
subject to the provisions of this Ordinance, use his
utmost endeavour ‘to safeguard and promote the
general welfare of workmen of the Presidency.

(2) Without prejudice to the generality of
the foregoing provision he shall— :

(a) regularly supervise and review the
conditions of the various forms of em-
ployment of workmen which exist in the
Presidency ; :

(b) ensure the due performance of such
laws as he may from time to time be required
to enforce;

(c) bring to the notice of the Governor

with reasonable speed every matter or thing,
including the alleged or suspected breach of
any laws, which in his opinion is or is likely
to be prejudicial to the welfare of any
description or class of workmen or which is
causing or is likely to cause disagreement
between any such workmen and their em-
ployers;
(d) make recommendations to the Gov-
ernor from time to time as occasion demands
for safeguarding and promoting ‘the general
welfare of the workmen.


No. 3 of 1950. Labour. 8 ANTIGUA,

6. (1) The Labour Commissioner is em- Powers of

: . aa ; abour
powered and authorised— Gone
3 oe 7 obstruction

(a) to visit and inspect any premises &c.

in which workmen other than domestic servants
are employed, and to obtain and to require
from any employer information as to the
number of such workmen employed and the ,
wages, hours and conditions of work of such
workmen; :

(b) to require, by notice in writing from
employers, returns giving information as to
the number of workmen employed and the
wages, hours and conditions of work of such
workmen;

(c) to obtain and to require, by a notice
in writing from. employers, reports giving
information as to the causes and circumstances
relating to accidents to workmen employed by
them, involving loss of life or disability for
more than twenty-four hours;

(d) to inspect in any premises in which
workmen other than domestic servants are
employed, the state, condition and general
treatment of such workmen therein or thereon
and the state and condition of their dwelling
houses or-barracks;

(e) to enquire informally, if the parties
so consent, into any complaint which an
employer may have to make against any
workman or which any workman may have to
inake against an employer or which may be
otherwise brought to his notice and to use his
good offices and influence to bring about
a fair and reasonable settlement of such
complaint without recourse being had to legal
proceedings.

(2) The occupier of any premises in which
workmen are employed, his agents and servants,
shall furnish the means reasonably required by the
Labour Commissioner as necessary for any inspection
or enquiry into or in relation to any such premises,

(3) Any such person who refuses or willfully
neglects to furnish such means shall be. liable on
-gummary conviction to a fine not exceeding one

hundred dollars.


ANTIQUA,

*

Regulations,

Application,

Repeal 3/1944.

Commence-
ment. -



4 Labour, No. 3 of 1950, ee

(4) Any person who assaults hinders or
obstructs the Labour Commissioner acting in the
execution of his duty under this section shall be
liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceed-

‘ing two hundred: dollars or to imprisonment for a

term not .exceeding three months with or without
hard labour.

(5) Any employer who, without good and
sufficient cause, fails, on being required so to do, to
furnish to the Labour Commissioner any of the_
information or any returns specified in subsection
(1) of this section, shall be liable on summary
conviction to a fine not exceeding twenty-five
dollars.

(6) Any employer who knowingly furnishes
or allows to be furnished to the Labour Commis-
sioner any information or return which is false in_
any material particular, shall be liable on summary
conviction to a fine not exceeding two hundred and
forty dollars or to imprisonment for a term not
exceeding three months.

7. The Governor in Council may make
Regulations prescribing the form in which the
information and the returns mentioned in paragraph
(6) of subsection (1) of section 6 of this Ordinance
shall be furnished. :

8. This Ordinance shall not apply to
persons in the naval, military or air forces of the
Crown or in the Police Force, but otherwise shall
apply to workmen.

~Q9. The Labour (General. Legislature Com-
petency) Ordinance, 1944, is hereby repealed.

10. This Ordinance shall come into operation
on such day as the Governor may appoint by
proclamation published in the Gazette.

CHARLESWORTH ROSS,

President.
Passed the Legislative Council this 27th day

- of July, 1950.

(A EERO,
Clerk of the Council.

ANTIGUA,

Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. Bhack An, Acting Government Printer.—By Authority.
1

950.

2008.50, [Price 1d.]




No. 4 of 1950. The Trade and Revenue
(Amendment).

[L.8.]
I. ASSENT,
P. D. MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.
31st July, 1950.

ANTIGUA.
No. 4 of 1950.

An Ordinance to amend further the Trade and Revenue
Ordinance, 1900.

BE IT ORDAINED by the Governor and Legis-
lative Council of Antigua as follows:—

1- This Ordinance may be cited as the Trade and

Revenue (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950, and shall be

_ read as one with the Trade and Revenue Ordinance,

1900, as amended, hereinafter called the Principal
Ordinance.

2- Seétion 5 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby
amended by the insertion in the third, line thereof
‘between the word “entry” and the word “and” of the
following words:— :

“for any class or all classes of vessels and.

subject to such conditions as he shall think fit.”

CHARLESWORTH ROSS,
_p President :

Passed the Legislative Council the 27th day of
July, 1950.

G. A. THIBOU,
Clerk of the Council.

a

ANTIGUA.

ANTIGUA.

Short title.

8/1900,

Amendment
of Section 5 of

‘the Principal

Ordinance.

Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BLackMAN, Acting Government Printer.—By Authority.

1950,
—200—8.50.

[Price 1d.}





No. 5 of 1950. Supplementary Appropriation ANricvA,
(1949).



[L.S.]
I Assent,
P. D. MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.
31st July, 1950.

ANTIGUA.
No.0 of 1930:

An Ordinance to sanction certain payments from
the Public Treasury in excess of the sums
placed on the Estimates for the year ended
31st December, 1949.

BE IT ORDAINED by the Governor and

. Legislative Council of Antigua as follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Supplementary Appropriation (1949) Ordinance,
1950. .

2. The various sums of money set forth in Legalisation
the Schedule to this Ordinance, amounting in all to of expendi
_ Thirteen Thousand and Twenty Dollars and
drawn from the Public Treasury for the service of
the year ended on the thirty-first day of December,
1949, under the warrant of the Governor, but not
provided for in the Estimates for the said year,
are hereby declared to have been lawfully expended
for the services mentioned in the said Schedule.

CHARLESWORTH ROSS,
- President.


Ni

Antigua. 2 Supplementary Appropriation. No. 5 of 1930.
(1949).

Passed the Legislative Council the 27th day of
July, 1950.

Head.

Il.
XI.
XXV.

G. A. THIBOU,
Clerk of the Council.

SCHEDULE,

Service.
Charges on Public Debt
Pensions and Gratuities
Prison & Training School

Public Works Recurrent



ANTIGUA.

Amount,

$
1,328

3,219
4,549

oe 3,924

13,020

Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
by E. M, Buackman, Acting Government Printer.—By Autherity.

—200—8,50.

[Price 1d.]


No. 6 of 1950. Village Councils (Validation of
Acts and Extension of
Duration).

[L.S8.]
I Assent,
P. D. MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.
2nd August, 1950.

ANTIGUA.
No. 6 of 1950.

An Ordinance to confirm and validate all the
rights, powers, acts and duties of certain
Village Councils exercised and undertaken
or purported to have been exercised and
undertaken as Village Councils under the
Village Councils Ordinance, 1945 (No. 4 of
1945) and to extend the duration of the said
Village Councils.

WHEREAS pursuant to the provisions of
section 5A of the Village Councils Ordinance,
1945, as amended by the Village Councils
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1946, the inhabitants
of the Villages or groups of adjacent villages
mentioned in the First Column of the Schedule
to this Ordinance respectively made request to
the Administrator that the Scheme as approved
for the Village of All Saints be adopted for the
villages groups of villages of which they were
the inhabitants:

- AND WHEREAS the Administrator satis-
fied himself by such enquiries as he deemed
expedient that the requests were in accordance
with the wishes of the majority of the inhabitants
of the said villages or groups of villages:

ANTIGUA.

Preamble. |
ANTIGUA.

ghort Title,



oe.

2 Village Council: (Validation of No. 6 of 1950.
Acts and Latension of :
Duration).

AND WHEREAS the said requests were

respectively considered by the Governor in ©

Council and approved on the respective dates

mentioned in the Seeond Column of the Schedule os

to this Ordinance but no notice to that effect was
published in the Gazette by the Clerk of the
Executive Council in accordance with the
provisions of sub-section (8) of section 5A of the
said Ordinance: :

AND WHEREAS the Village Councils
established in respect of the villages or groups of
villages mentioned in the First Column of. the
Schedule to this Ordinance from the respective
dates mentioned in the Third Cclumn of the said
Schedule to the present time have purported to
exercise and undertake the rights, powers, acts
and duties of Village Councils in the mistaken
belief that they were empowered to exercise and
undertake the same:

AND WHEREAS it is expedient in the
interest of the Community to confirm and
validate the said purported exercise and under-
taking of the said rights, powers, acts and duties
by the said Village Councils as if the said Village
Councils had been properly and legally estab-
lished as Village Councils on the respective dates
mentioned in the Third Column of the said
Schedule:

AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient to
extend the duration of the said Village Councils
until the thirty-first day of December one
thousand nine hundred and fifty:

BE IT THEREFORE ORDAINED by the
Governor and Legislative Council of Antigua as
follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Village Councils (Validation of Acts and Exten-
sion of Duration) Ordinance, 1950,


No. f of 1950. Village Councils (Validation of 3
Acis and Hxtension of
Duration.)

c 2. All rights, powers, acts and duties

exercised and undertaken, or purported to have
been exercised or undertaken. by the Village
Councils for the villages or groups of adjacent

ANTIGUA.

Validation of
establishment
of Village
Councils.

villages mentioned in the First Column of the ~

Schedule to this Ordinance as from the respective
dates mentioned in the Third Column of the said
Schedule, are hereby confirmed and validated as
if the notice as required by subsection (3) of
section 5A of the Village Councils Ordinance,
1945, as amended by the Village Councils
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1946, had been pub-
lished by the Clerk of the Executive Council in
the Gazette and the said Village Councils had
been properly and legally established on the
respective dates mentioned in the Third Column
of the said Schedule, and in relation to the
exercise and undertaking of the said rights,
powers, acts and duties the said Village Councils
are hereby declared to have had all the rights,
powers, privileges and immunities of Village
Councils.

8. Notwithstanding anything contained in
the Village Councils Ordinance, 1945, as amended,
and any Schemes approved and adopted there-
_ under, the life of the Village Councils established
in respect of the villages or groups of villages
mentioned in the First Column of the Schedule to
this Ordinance shall be deemed to have continued
from the dates when they should respectively have
been dissolved, and until, unless sooner dissolved,
the thirty-first day of December one thousand nine
hundred and fifty.

CHARLESWOKTH ROSS,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council the 27th day
of July, 1950.

G. A. THIBOU,
Clerk of the Council.

4/1945
9/1946

Extension of
duration of
Village
Councils.
Antigua. 4 Village Councils (V alidation of No. 6 of 1950.
Acts and Extension of

_

First Column.

Swetes, Buckleys and
John Hughes

Pigotts and Osborne

Potters

Liberta

Freemans Village and Sea
View Farm :

Cedar Grove

Bethesda and Christian
Hill

Bolans

Parham and Pareg

Johnson’s Point and Crabb 5

Hill
Five Islands

St. Johnston’s Village and

Clare Hall



Duration.)

SCHEDULE.

Second Column.

6th February, 1947

Third Column,

.| 20th December, 1946 | 24th March, 1947

12th May, 1947
14th April, 1947
3Jst March, 1947

5th May, 1947
9th June, 1947

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"No. 7 of 1950. Dogs (Amendment). ANTIGUA.

[L.S.]
I ASSENT,
P. D. MACDONALD,
Acting Governor.
2nd August, 1950.

ANTIGUA.
No. 7 of 1950.

An Ordinance further to amend the Dogs Act,
1896.

1. This Ordinance inay be cited as the Dogs Short title.
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1950, and shall be read eo
as one with the Dogs Act, 1896, as amended, 14/1921.
hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance. eee:

2. Sub-section (8) of section 14 of the Prin- Amendment of
cipal Ordinance is hereby amended by the addition Reetecieal
of a comma after the word “days” in line 2 there- Ordinance.
of and the addition thereafter of the following
words:—

“or, where such dog is starving or suf-
fering from rabies, distemper or auy kind of
diszase, for twenty four hours,”

CHARLESWORTH ROSS,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council the 27th day
of July, 1950.

G. A. THIBOU,
Clerk of the Couneil,

2 eens ee

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[L.8.]

VIRGIN ISLANDS.
No. 4 of 1950,

An Ordinance to provide for the services of the
Presidency of the Virgin Islands for the year
ending on the thirty-first day of December,
1950.

BE IT ORDAINED by the Governor of the

Leeward Islands as follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be. cited as the
Appropriation Ordinance, 1950.

- 2. There shall be and there is hereby granted
to His Majesty the King, for the service of the
Presidency of the Virgin Islands for the year
ending on the thirty-first day of December, 1950,
the sum of two hundred and eighty-six thousand,
four hundred and forty-five dollars, to be applied
and expended in the manner and for the services
set forth in the Schedule hereto.

8. Such part of the said sum of two
hundred and eighty-six thousand, four hundred
and forty-five dollars as is payable by the said
Presidency shall be and the same is hereby declared
to be charged upon and made payable from and out
of the General Revenue and other funds of the
said Presidency.

4. The Treasurer of the said Presidency is
hereby authorised and required from time to time
upon ‘the order or warrant of the Governor to pay
the several sums appropriated by and in the said
Schedule to the several services therein mentioned,
as the said order or warrant shall direct, out of the
General Revenue and other funds of the said
Presidency without further order or formality.

VIRGIN
ISLANDS.

Short title

Appropriation

Sums charged
on General ©
Revenue.

Payments
how made.
VIRGIN 2 Appropriation 1950. No. 4 of 1950:

IsLanps.
Made by the Governor this 4th day of

August, 1950.

P. D. Macponatp,
Acting Governor.



SCHEDULE.
No. Service. Amount,
$
L. Pensions 4,498
2. Federal Contribution 21,748
3. Administration 42,948
4, Agriculture © 21,058
5. Education ‘ 74,424
6. Medical . 32,332 >
7. Miscellaneous 3 17,229
8. Post Office 5,164
9. Public Works. 6,946 .
10. “Public Works Recurrent 22,003
11. Public Works Extraordinary 38,100
Total 286,445
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No. 5 of 1950. alee

[L.S.]

VIRGIN ISLANDS.
No. 5 of 1950.
An Ordinance for appointing a Labour Commis-

sioner in and for the Presidency and for
purposes incidental thereto.

BE IT ORDAINED by the Governor of

the Leeward Islands as follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Labour Ordinance, 1950. -

&. In this Ordinance, unless the context
otherwise requires—

“employer” includes attorney, agent, fore-

VirGIn
IsLanps.

Short title,

Interpreta-
tion.

man, manager, clerk, and any other |

person engaged in hiring, employing or
superintending the labour or service of

. any workman, and also a body of persons
corporate or unincorporate;

“wages” means any money or other thing
had or contracted to be paid, delivered
or given as a recompense, reward or
remuneration for any work or labour
done or to be done, whether within a
ceftain time or to. certain amount, or
for a time or an amount uncertain;

“workman” means any person who has
entered into or works under a contract
with an employer whether the contract
be by way of manual labour, clerical work
VirGIN
ISLANDS.

Appointment
of Labour
Commissioner
and officers,

Salaries,

Duties
of Labour

Commissioner.

9 Labour. No. -3 of 1940,

or otherwise, be expressed or implied,
oral or in writing, and whether it ‘be
a contract of service or of apprenticeship
or a contract personally to execute any
work or labour -but does not include
a domestic servant.

8. It shall be lawful ‘for the Governor to
appoint a Labour Commissioner for the Presidency
and such officers and clerks to assist sucn , Labour
Commissioner as he considers necessary.

4. The Labour Commissioner and such
officers and clerks as may be appointed shall
receive such salaries as may be assigned to them
by the Governor with the consent of the Legisla-
tive Council.

5. (1) The Uabour Commissioner shall,
subject to the provisions of this Ordinance, use his
utmost endeavour to safeguard and promote the
general welfare of workmen of the Presidency.

(2) Without prejudice to the generality of
the foregoing provision he shall—

(a) regularly supervise and review the
conditions of the various forms of em-
ployment of workmen which exist in the
Presidency ;

(6) ensure the due performance of such
laws as he may from time to time be required
to enforce;

(c) bring to the notice of the Governor
with reasonable speed every matter or thing,
including the alleged or suspected breach of
any laws, which in this opinion is or is likely
to be prejudicial to the welfare of any
description or class of workmen or which is
causing or is likely to cause disagreement
between any such workmen and+their em-
ployers;

(d) make recommendations to the Gov-
ernor from time to time as occasion demands
for safeguarding andj promoting the general
welfare of the workmen.


Be No: § of 19%0, Reena: 3

6. (1) The Labour Commissioner is em-
powered and authorised—~

(a) to visit and inspect any premises
in which workmen are employed, and to obtain
and to require from any employer information
as to the number of workmen employed and
the wages, hours and conditions of work of
such workmen;

(6) to require, by notice in writing from
employers, returns giving information as to
the number of workmen employed and the
wages, hours and conditions of work of such
workmen;

(c) to obtain and to require, by a notice
in writing from employers, reports giving
information as to the causes and circumstances
relating to accidents to workmen employed by
them, involving loss of life or disability for
more than twenty-four hours;

(d) to inspect in any premises in which
workmen are employed, the state, condition
and general treatment of the workmen therein
or thereon and the state and condition of their
dwelling houses or barracks;

(e) to enquire informally, if the parties
so consent, into any complaint which an
employer may have to make against any
workman or which any workman may have to
make against an employer or which may be
otherwise brought to his notice and to use his
good offices and influence to bring about
a fair and reasonable settlement of such
complaint without recourse being had to legal
proceedings.

(2) The occupier of any premises in which
workmen are employed, his agents and _ servants,
shall furnish the means reasonably required by the
Labour Commissioner as necessary for any inspection
or enquiry into or in relation toany such premises.

(3) Any such person who refuses or willfully
neglects to furnish such means shall be liable on
summary conviction to a fine not exceeding one

- hundred dollars.

VIRGIN
TsLANDS.

Powers of
Labour
Commissioner;
obstruction

&e,
VirGin
IsLanpbs.



4 s Labour. No. 5 of 1950. .

(4) Any person who assaults, hinders or
obstructs the Labour Commissioner acting in the
execution of his duty under this section shall be
liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceed-
ing two hundred dollars or to imprisonment for a
term not exceeding three months with or without
hard labour.

(5) Any employer who, without good and
sufficient cause, fails, on being required so to do, to
furnish to the Labour Commissioner any of the
information or any returns specified in subsection
(J) of this section, shall be liable on summary

.conviction to a fine not exceeding twenty-five

Regulations.

Application.

dollars. :

(6) Any employer who knowingly furnishes
or allows to be furnished to the Labour Commis-
sioner any information or return which is false in
any material particular, shall be liable on summary
conviction to a fine not exceeding two hundred and
forty dollars or to imprisonment for a term not
exceeding three months.

7. The Governor in Council may make
Regulations prescribing the form in which the
information and the returns mentioned in paragraph
(6) of subsection (1) of section-6 of this Ordinance
shall be furnished.

8. This Ordinance: shall not apply to
persons in the naval, military or air forces of the

_ Crown or in the Police Force, but otherwise shall

Repeal, 2/1944.

Commence-
ment,

apply to workmen.

9. The Labour (General Legislature Com-
petency) Ordinance, 1944, is hereby repealed.

10. This Ordinance shall come into operation
on such day as the Governor may appoint by
proclamation published in the Gazette.

Made by the Governor this 8th day of
August, 1950.

P. D. MACDONALD,

Acting Governor.

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