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Leeward Islands gazette

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VOL. LXXX.

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THURSDAY, 13rn MARCH, 1959





Notices.

A list of some recent publications
of the Commonwealth Economic
Committee is given below:—

Meat

A Summary of figures of Produe-

tion, ‘l'rade and Consumption relating.

to Beef, Live Cattle, Mutton and
Lamb, Live Sheep, Bacon and Hams,
Pork, Live Pigs, Canned Meat, Offals,
Poultry Meat. (1951)

POs) By, Post bss 3d.
Dairy Produce.

A Summary of Figures of Produc-
tion, Trade and Consumption relating
to Butter, Cheese, Preserved Milk,

Casein, Eggs, Egg Products and
Margarine. (1951)
os. By Post 5s. 3d.

Wool Production and Trade,
1950-51

A supplement to Wool Intelligence.
5s. By Post 5s. 3d.

Commonwealth Trade in 1950

A Supplementary Memorandum to
the Thirty-Third Report of the Com-
mittee (1951)

6d. By Post 74d.

2. Copies are obtainable from any
of the Sales Offices or Agents of Her
| Majesty's Stationery Office or through
any Bookseller, or from the Secretary,
Commonwealth Economic Committee,
2, Queen Anne’s Gate Buildings, Lon-
don, 8.W.1.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.
12th March, 1952.

No. 65A/00005.

It is notified for general information
that Mr. PHILIP ERUST, American
Consul, Barbados, will be visiting
Antigua during the period from the
30th March to the Ist April,

The American Consul proposes, if
it can be arranged, to devote all day on

the 31st March to the interviewing of
applicants of Antigua for non-immi-

(328.7297
L437 8_

gration (visitors’) visas to the United
States. He will be accompanied by
his Secretary, Miss SHEILA HiaTH,
and plans to stay at the Antigua
Beach Hotel where he will interview
applicants.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.
12th March, 1952.

Ref. No. 19/00002.



The Governor has been pleased to
appoint the following persons to be
unofficial members of Executive
Council of the Presidency of Mont-
serrat :—

Mr. ROBERT WILLIAM GRIFFITH,

Mr. WinutAM HENRY BRAMBLE;
and

Mr. MICHAEL SYMONS OSBORNE.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.

oth March, 1952.

Ref. No. C. 18/00005.

By virtue of the powers vested in
him by section 3 of the Telecommuni-
tions Act, No. 13 of 1949, His Ex-
cellency has been pleased to appoint
Mr. A. Mc. P. Taytor, Principal,
Treasury Department, as Telecom-
munications Ofticer for the Presidency
of Antigua.

The Seeretariat.
Antigua.
6th March, 1952.

Ref. No. 75/00022.



With reference to the numbering
of the Virgin Islands Income Tax
(Double Taxation Relief) (New Zea-
land) Order, 1951, which was pub-
lished in the Leeward Islands Gazette
of the 3rd January, 1952, and formed
part thereof for ‘No. 4 of 1951”
please read “ No. 1 of 1951”.

The Secretariat,
Antigua. —
6th March, 1952.

Ref. No. O. 31/00016.

The Administrator has been pleased §
to appoint Mr. E. G. O. M. BERRIDGH,
Field Assistant, to be an Income Tax
Commissioner for the Presidency of
Antigua from the Ist March, 1952,
Administrator's Office,

Antigua,

7th March, 1952.

Ref. No. A. 956.

Appointments and transfers, etc,

- in the public service, with effect from

the dates stated, are published for
general information:—

HENRY, Miss J., to be Junior Clerk,
Public Library, Antigua.
: _ March 18

HIub, Miss E., Junior Clerk, Public
Library, Antigua, to be Junior
Clerk,- Agricultural Department, |
Antigua. March 18 °

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.
No. 30. .

The Secretary of State for the§
Colonies has notified the Governor |
that the power of disallowance will
not be exercised in respect of the
undermentioned Ordinances:—

St. Kitts-Nevis and Anguilla.

No. 9 of 1951, “The Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance, 1951’.

No 12 of 1951 “The Appropriation
(1952) Ordinance, 1951”.

No. 31. is

The following Bill which is to be
introduced in the Legislative Council
of Antigua, is circulated with this
Gazette and forms part thereof:—

“The Naval Property (Repeal) Ordi-
nance, 1952.”

No. 32. nes.

The following Ordinance and
Statutory Rules and Orders are cir-
culated with this Gazette and form
part thereof:— .

ORDINANCE.
Virgin Islands.
No. 5 of 1952, “The Supplemen-

tary Appropriation (1948) Ordinance,
OD Siace



58
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.
General Government.

No. 2 of 1952, “ The Trading with
the Enemy (Authorization) (Germany)
Order, 1952”.

No. 3 of 1952, ‘The Trading with
the Enemy (Transfer of Negotiable
Instruments, etc.) (Germany) Order,
NOH Me:

No. 4 of 1952, “The Trading with
the Enemy (Custodian) (Amendment)
(Germany) Order, 1952”.

No. 5 of 1952, ‘The Stamps Invali-
dation Order, 1952”’.

Anigua.

Noe fot 1952) 4 The
Harbour Rules, 1952.”

English

Montserrat.

No. 2 of 1952, ‘*The Income ‘Tax
(Double Taxation Relief) (Canada)
Order, 1952”. .

No. 3 of 1952, ‘Resolution of the
Legislative Council abolishing the
Customs Duties on _ educational,
scientific and cultural materials—
Unesco—”

No. 4 of 1952, “Resolution of the
Legislative Council exempting Sport-
ing competition trophies from Cus-
toms Duties.”

_ No. 5 of 1952, “The Porters and
Boatmen (Fees) (Amendment) Regula-
tions, 1952”.

No. 6 of 1952, The Government
Elementary Schools Scholarships
(Amendment) Rules, 1952”.

REGISTRY OF THE SUPREME COURT,
ANTIGUA, 10th MARCH, 1952.

His Lordship The Chief Justice
has been pleased under the Commis-
tioners for Oaths Act,.Chapter 72, of
the Revised Edition of the Federal
Acts of the Leeward Islands, to appoint
Mr. EvAN LANDON CREQUE to be,
during such time as he shall hold the
office of First Clerk in the Registrar’s
Offiice, Antigua Circuit, a Commis-
sioner to administer Oaths within the
Presidency of Antigua, in any Court
established by the Laws of the Colony
of the Leeward Islands; and also to
administer Oaths within the said Pre-
Sidency of Antigua for the purposes
of The Registration and Records Act,
Chapter 20, and The Title by Regis-
tration Act, Chapter 99.

A. R. MEADE
Acting Registrar.



TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 10th March, 1952.

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
COMPANY of 180 North Michigan
Avenue, City of Chicago State of
Tllinois, U.S.A., bave applied for

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

Registration of one Trade Mark con-
sisting of the following:—
AE



in Class 7 that is to say—

Farm machinery—namely, man-
ure loaders, corn pickers, vegetable
planter, binders, tractor binders, push
binders, headers, harvester threshers,
windrow harvesters, pick-up attach-
meuts, reapers, threshers, rice bind-
ers, rice threshers, cotton pickers,
cotton harvesters, mowers, rakes, ted-
ders, side rakes and tedders, loaders——
all types, sweep rakes, stackers, baling
presses, alfalfa threshers, clover
threshers, planters, listers, cultivators,
lister cultivators, grain binders, ensil-
age cutters, ensilage harvesters, ensil-
age blowers, huskers and shredders,
bean shellers, corn planters and drills,
cotton planters, potato planters, grain
drills, broadcast seeders, alfalfa and
grass drills, cream separators, milkers,
seeders, tractor plows, lime sowers,
bean planters, beet planters, corn
binders, beet pullers, press drill pack-
ers, moldboard plows, riding plows,
walking plows, middle breakers, ec-
centric disk plows, disk harrows,
tractor harrows, orchard harrows, har-
row plows, basin listers, spring tooth
harrows, peg tooth harrows, field
cultivators, rod weeders, rotary hoes,
cultivator-row crop, soil pulverizers,
land packers, plow packers, cotton
choppers, disk bedders, cane plows
and cultivators, internal combustion
engines, farm tractors, track tractors,
industrial tractors, corn shellers, feed
grinders, roughage mills, hay presses,
potato diggers, feed grinders, hammer
mills, cane mills, manure spreaders,
lime spreaders, fertilizer distributors,
crop dusters, stalk cutters, knife grind-
ers, tractor hitches, weeder mulchers,
pick-up balers, diesel engines, and
parts of each of said goods.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for the
period from 9/8/44 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 Gazelte, give
notice in duplicate at the Trade
Marks Office, Antigua, of opposition to
registration of the said Trade Mark.

A. R. MEADE,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.
TRADE MARKS OFFICK,
ANTIGUA, 10th March, 1952.

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
COMPANY of 180 North Michigan
Avenue, City of Chicago State of

[13 Mareh, 1952.

Illinois, U.S.A. have applied for Regis-
tration of one Trade Mark consisting
of the following:—



in Class 22 that is to:-— Vehicles in-
cluding tractors, crawler tractors and
industrial] wheel tractors, trucks, wag-
ons, trailers, power units, industrial
power units, engines, internal com-
bustion engines, and parts of each of
said goods.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for the
period from 9/s/44 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 (razette, give
notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks
Office, Antigua, of opposition to regis-
tration of the said ‘trade Mark.

A. R. MEADE,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks,



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

NEVIS CIRCUIT.



NOTICE is hereby given that in
pursuance of Rules made by the
Chief Justice under section 16 of the
Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands (Courts) Order-in-Council,
1939, and duly approved as therein
provided on the 16th day of October,
A.D. 1941, The Honourable the
Puisne Judge selected for the sitting
of the Court in the Nevis Circuit has
appointed the day of the month on
which the ensuing Court shall sit ag
follows, that is to say:—

The Nevis. Circuit on Tuesday, the
Ist day of April, 1952, at 11 o’clock
in the forenoon.

Dated the 11th day of February,
1952: f
D. S. BROOKES,
Registrar,
Supreme Court, Nevis Circuit.
NOTICE OF TENDER.
House at Cotton Research
Station.

Tenders are invited from experi-
enced Contractors for the execution o£
the above Contract. The Contraet
embraces all labour and materials
including electrical and sanitary fit-
tings and everything necessary to
complete the building.



13 March, 1952. |

Conditions of Contract, Specifica-
tion and Forms of Tender may be
obtained from the Federal Engineer,
St. John’s, Antigua, upon payment of
_a deposit of $10 returnable receipt of
a bona fide Tender. Drawings may
be inspected at the office of the
Federal Engineer.

Tenders should be addressed to the
Federal Engineer and submitted in a
sealed envelope marked ‘* Tender for
House at Cotton Research Station ”’
to reach the Federal Engineer not
later than 10 a.m. on the 26th March,
H952:

Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.
5th March,

Ref. No. 68/0C002.

1952.

Post of Assistant Colonial Engi-
neer, Public Works Depart-
ment, St. Lucia.

Applications are invited for the
vacant post of Assistant Colonial
Engineer, Public Works Department,
St. Lucia.

The salary seale attached to the
post, which is pensionable, is $2400-
120-$2880 with a cost of living allow-
ance at the rate of $384 per annum.

This officer will be required to keep
a car for the performance of his official
duties and will be paid a basic travel-
ling allowance at the rate of $192 per
annum plus a mileage allowance of
10 cents for every mile travelled on
duty.

A subsistence allowance will also be
paid at the approved rate when travel-
ling on duty in the Colony outside
his station.

The Assistant Colonial Engineer
will be required to assist the Colonial
Engineer in his various official duties
and will be required to help in the
design and supervision of the construc-
tion of roads and bridges; the execu-
tion of schemes and the construction
and maintenance of Government
buildings.

The appointment is subject to the
Colonial Regulations and Rules. and
Orders in force and local taxation.

Applications should give details of
experience and qualifications and
. should be accompanied by at least two
Certificates, with a Certificate of Medi-
eal fitness, and should be addressed
to the Administrator, St. Lucia, to
reach not later than 31st March, 1952.

Government Office,
St. Lucia,
29th February, 1952.
Ref, No. A. 0. 13/89

POST OF PHYSICIAN, COLONIAL
HOSPITAL, ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited for appoint-

ment to the post of Physician, Colo-



nial Hospital, St. Vincent, B. W. I., on.

the following terms and conditions:—
DUTIES.

Administrative control of the Ex-
tension Hospital of about 30 beds
for tuberculosis and/or isolation
cases and the Fort Institutions,
Medical Care of sick in the Colonial
Hospital and responsibility for
training Nurses and Dispensers in
conjunction with the Resident Sur-
geons, and to assist the Resident
Surgeon at operations,

The Physician may be required to
assume administrative control of
the Colonial Hospital.

EMOLUMEN'S.

A salary of $3456 per annum is
payable plus a Specialist Allowance
of $1200 per annum if the holder
possesses post-graduate qualifica-
tions in Medicine. A temporary
Cost of Living Allowance of $380.40
is also paid.

CONSULTING & FEES.

Consulting practice (but not Pri-
vate Practice) isallowed. Fees ona
graded scale for Private Patients at
the Colonial Hospital are paid to the
Physician.

CONDITIONS OF APPOINTMENT.

The Appointment will be on con-
tract for a period of 3 years in the
first instance, but the appointee
may opt after two years to be ap-
pointed to the permanent, DEngign:
able establishment.

QUARTERS.
No quarters are provided.
TRAVELLING ALLOWANCH.

A travelling allowance is paid for
journeys to the Extension -Hospital
and the Fort Institutions.

QUALIFICATIONS.

Candidates should be registered or
registrable in the United Kingdom.
The applications of Candidates who
possess post-graduate qualifications
in Medicine (M.R.C. P. or M. D.)
would be given preferential consid-
eration. /

-Applications accompanied by testi-
monials and references should be ad-
dressd to the Establishment Officer,
St. Vincent, B.W.I., and should reach
him not later than the 21st April, 1952.

Applications from members of the
Government Service of any Colony
should be transmitted through the
Officer Administering the Government
of that Colony.

Ref No, 13/00004.

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 59

TENDERS.

Tenders are invited for the entire
quantity of cotton seed (550 tons more
or less) exclusive of seed retained for
planting purposes, which derive from
the crop of seed cotton now being
handled by the Marketing Officer,
Antigua.

Tenders should state clearly
wheth-er the offer is being made ex-
ginnery f.o.b. St. John’s Harbour, or
c.i.f..ete. Other things being equal
tenders ex-ginnery will be preferred,

The successful applicant will be
required to take delivery as soon as
and at the rate at which the seed is
supplied by the Marketing Officer and
to return all bags to the Marketing’
Department.

Government does not bind itself to
accept the highest or any tender.

Tenders should be addressed to the
Agricultural Superintendent, Antigua,
in time to reach him on or before 31st
March, 1952.

Agricultural Department,
Antigua.

Vacant post of Inspector of
‘Works.

Applications are invited for the
post of Inspector of Works, Public
Works Department, Antigua,

The following qualifications are
required—

(a) Experience in building con-
struction, the repair and mainten-
ance of buildings and ability to
prepare estimates and plans.

(6) Ability to keep accounts and
control labour.

(c) Secondary education with
ability to act in an administrative
capacity if required to do so.

The post is on the permanant pen-
sionable establishment and the present
salary is in the scale $1920 by $120
to $2160 per annum plus a temporary
cost of living allowance of $480 per
annum. (This salary is subject to
revision when the report of the
Salaries and Organisation Commission
is received).

Applications should ‘be submitted
to the Administrator, Antigua, by the
15th March, 1952. Applicants ~
should gubmit at least two recent
testimonials and full particulars of
age, training and experience, schools
attended, examinations taken, exami-
nations passed, positions held from
leaving school.

Administrator's Office,

Antigua,
19th Tena 1952:

Ref. No, A.:13/105.



60

VACANCY FOR POST OF SENIOR
MASTER, GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
DOMINICA.

Applications are invited for one va-
cant post of Senior Master, Dominica
Grammar School. The school roll at
present numbers 150, and courses will
be offered up to the Higher School
Certificate examination of Cambridge
University.

2, QUALIFICATIONS. Applicants
for the post should hold a University
degree and be qualified to teach (1)
English, History and Latin, and (2)
Mathematics.

3. SALARY. The post is pension-
able. The salary scale is $1920 by
$120 to $2400. A cost of living al-
lowance of ten per cent. of salary is
payable. Consideration would be also
given to appointing suitable applicants
at points in the scale commensurate
with their qualification and experi-
ence.

4, QUARTERS,
provided.

Quarters are not



THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

5. LEAVE. Leave is earned in
accordance with local regulations and
provision is made _ for assistance
towards overseas leave passages.

6. PASSAGES ON FIRST APPOINT-
MENT. The officer’s passage on first
appointment will be paid, as well as
that of his wife and children of school
age, not exceeding four, if they ac-
company him or follow him within
twelve months from the date of his
first appointment.

7. CONDITIONS OF SERVICE. The
officer will be subject to Colonial
Regulations and local General Orders.

Applications stating the applicant’s
age, qualifications and teaching expe-
rience, and indicating the earliest
date on which he could assume duty,
should be addressed to the Adminis-
trator, Dominica.

J. HAMILTON MAURICE,
Education Officer.

13/00004.

[13 Mareh, 1952.

RAINFALL FIGURES.
Central Experiment Station,



Antigua.
1948. 1949. 1950. 1951. 1952
Jan. 2°82 150 541 3°60 = Q°4
Feb. 57 2°07 2°52 1°88 160
Mar, 8 ‘67 ‘42 —_ “15 —
4:06 99 4:93 6:23" “4708







Publications issued from the
Government Printing Office,
Leeward Islands.

ORDINANCES.





Antigua.
No. 2 of 1952, ‘‘ The Electricity, lee
and Cold Storage (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1952”. 2 pp. Price 4c.

No. 3 of 1952, “‘ The Small Farmer
Cultivation and Haulage Service
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1952 as

3 pp. Price 5e.

No. 4 of 1952, “The Sium Clear-
ance and Housing (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1952”. 2 pp. Price 4e.



Colony of the Leeward Islands.

REGISTER OF TITLes.

ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.
Title by Registration Act.

SCHEDULE OF APPLICATIONS

ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.

For Certificates of Title and oe eae for the week ending the 16th per of Bebruary, 1952.

Date of Request.

Person presenting.



The 12th day of |
February, 1952 |
at 3.25 p.m. |



Henry Alexander Anselm of Nevis
and Cross Streets in the City
of Saint John in the Island of
Antigua, Merchant, by Sydney |
Theophilus Christian, his solicitor



Nature of Request whether for Certificate of
Title or noting thereon or Caveat.

Certificate of Title for All that piece or parcel of
land situate at the corner of Nevis and Cross
Streets in the City of Saint John in the-
Island of Antigua, comprising 4,287 square
feet all as the same is delineated in the map or
plan of said land dated the 7th day of February,
1948 drawn by 1

| Licensed Surveyor.

}

Ernest Alexander Govia,



Anyone who objects to the issue of a Gentificate of Title as applied for must within 21 days
from. the first publication of this notice enter a Caveat at the office of the Registrar of Titles for the

Antigua Circuit.

Dated the 16th day of February, 1952.

N. A. Brerrince,
Registrar of Titles.



13 March, 1952] ‘THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 61
Colony of the Leeward Islands.

ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.
Title by Registration Act.
Reaister oF TITLES. Antieua CIRculrT.
SCHEDULE OF APPLICATIONS
For Certificate of Title and notings thereon for the week ending the 16th day of February, 1952. |

Nature of request, whether for Certificate of

Date of Request. : Person Presenting. Title or Noting thereon or Caveat.

| |
|
|

| AES Seeeh eee e

18th February, Alfred Powell McDonald of St. Certificate of Title for all that piece or parcel of

1952 | John’s Antigua by his solicitor land bemg a portion of Hyndman’s Village

at 10.30 a.m. | Sydney ‘I’. Christian | situate in the City of Saint John in the Island

| of Antigua containing .512 of an acre all as the

game is delineated in the map or plan of gaid

piece or parcel of land dated the Ist day of

February 1952 drawn by Ernest A. Govia
Licensed Surveyor



Anyone who objects to the issue of the Certificate of Title as applied for must within twenty-
one days (21) from the first publication of this notice enter a Caveat at the Office of the Registrar of
Titles for the Antigua Circuit.

Dated the 16th day of February, 1952.
N. A. BerripGe,
Registrar of Titles.



ANTIGUA. 4 ;
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands, by E. M. BLACKMAN,
Government Printer—By Authority
1952.
[Price 59 cents.]



No. of 1952. Naval Property (Repeal). ANTIGUA.

ANTIGUA.
No. of 1952.

An Ordinance to repeal the Naval Property Act,
1862.

BE [T ORDAINED by the Governor and

Legislative Council of Antigua as follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Naval Short title.
Property (Repeal) Ordinance, 1952.

2. The Naval Property Act, 1862 is hereby Repeal.
repealed. 184/1862,

President.

Passed the Legislative Council the day
of , LOb2.

Clerk of the Council.

OBJECTS AND REASONS.

The object of this Bill is to repeal the Naval Property
Act, 1862, which has become obsolete in view of the transfer
on 28th June 1906 of naval property in Antigua to the
Antigua Government. .

C. A. KELsicx,
Crown Attorney.

ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
by E.M. BLackmaNn, Government Printer.— By Authority.
a

A 47/91—345—3.52. Price 3 cents.



No. 5 of 1952. Supplementary Appropriation . VIRGIN
rs : (1948). {SLANDS.

hs.)
| “T Assent,
. K. W.. Bracksurne,
~f Governor.
j 20th February, 1952.

7

“VIRGIN ISLANDS. .
No. 5 of 1952.

An Ordinance to sanction certain payments from
the Public Treasury in excess of the sums
placed on the Estimates for the year ended |
on the thirty-first day of December, 1948.

BE IT ORDAINED by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Virgin Islands as
follows:—°

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Sup- short title.
plementary Appropriation (1948) Ordinance, 1952.

2. The various sums set forth in the regalizationof
Schedule to this Ordinance amounting in all to expenditure.
Sixteen Thousand two hundred ‘and Twelve.

- Dollars and Twenty-nine cents and drawn from the
Public Treasury for the service of the year ended on
the 3lst day of December, 1948, under the warrant
of the Governor, but not provided for in the Esti-
mates for the said year, are hereby declared to have
been lawfully expended for the services mentioned
in the said Schedule.

J. A. C. CruiksHank,
President.

_ Passed the Legislative Council the 11th day
of January, 1952.

HO: CREQUE,
Clerk of the Council.

cM
32k. 7299
L+¢P72.



ee ae eneleny Anca No. 5 of 1952.

SCHEDULE.
Head. Service. Amount.
_ 1. Pensions eee 148733
11, Federal Contribution sist r- AG 2208
Til. Administration ee AL OSO9)
IV. Agriculture w «= 2.94.44
VI. Medical and Health goods OOOS98
VII. Miscellaneous -»- 9467.43
. VIII. Post Office .. 1814,88
IX. Public Works OO eee
X. Public Works Recurrent Je £9103)

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LEEWARD ISLANDS.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 2.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY.

Tue Trapine with rus Exemy (AUTHORISATION) (GERMANY)
Orver, 1952, patep Marcu 1, 1952, MADE BY THE Gov-
ERNOR IN PURSUANCE OF THE POWERS CONFERRED UPON
Him BY Re@uLatTioNn 2 or THE DerENCE (TRADING WITH
THE Enemy) RuGuLaTions, 1939, AND ALL OTHER POWERS
ENABLING HIM IN THAT BEHALE-



1. Citation. This Order may be cited as the Trading
with the Enemy (Authorisation) (Germany) Order, 1952.

2. Authority to Trade. Notwithstanding anything
contained in regulation 2 of the Defence (Trading with the
Enemy) Regulations, 1939, any person, unless the Governor
otherwise directs, may trade with any person to whom this Order
applies in respect of copyright in any literary, dramatic, musical
‘and artistic work belonging to any person to whom this Order
applies and in respect of any licence, contract or agreement
relating thereto. :

3. Application. This Order applies— -

(a) to any Government, public or other authority in
Germany, :

(b) to any individual resident.in Germany,

(c) as respects any business carried on in Germany,
to any individual or body of persons (whether corporate
or unincorporate) carrying on that business.

4. Definition. For the purpose of this Order “Ger-
many” means—

Berlin and the French, British, American and Russian
x Military Zones of Germany as established by the State-

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ment by the Governments of the United Kingdom, the
United States of America, the Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics and the Provisional Government of the French
Republic on the zones of occupation in Germany on the
5th June, 1945 and also those parts of the former Ger-
man Reich which are at present administered by the
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

5. Interpretation. The Interpretation of Laws Rat
(Cap. 103) shall apply to the interpretation of this Order as it
applies to the interpretation of an Act.

Dated the Ist day of March, 1952.

P. D. Macponanp,
Grovernor’s Deputy.

EXPLANATORY NOTE.

(This Note is not part of the Order but is intended to indicate its
general purport.)

This Order authorises trade with persons in Germany in respect
of German owned copyright in any literary, dramatic, musical and
artistic work.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT. |

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 3.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY.

Tur Trapinc with THE Enemy (TRansrer oF NEGOTIABLE
IystRUMENTS, ETC.) (GuRMANY) ORDER, 1952, DATED
Marcu 1, 1952, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN PURSUANCE
OF THE POWERS CONFERRED UPON HIM BY REGULATION
5 or THE Derence (Trapinc with ‘THE Enemy)
REGULATIONS, 1939, AND ALL OTHER POWERS ENABLING
HIM THAT BEHALF.



1. Citation. This Order may be cited as the Trading
with the Enemy (Transfer of Negotiable Instruments, etc.)
(Germany) Order, 1952.

2. Transfer of Negotiable Instrument, ete:
The Governor hereby sanctions—

(a) any assignment of a chose in action which, on or
after the date of this Order, comes into the ownership of ,
an authority or a person to whom tbis Order applies,

(b) any transfer of a negotiable instrument issued on
or after that date, and

(c) any transfer of any security transferable by
delivery, not being a bond, a coupon or a negotiable instru-
ment, which on or after that date comes into the ownership
of an authority or a person to whom this Order applies,

being an assignment or transfer made on or after the date of this
Order by reason of any trade authorised by the Trading with
the Enemy (Authorisation) (Germany) Order, 1952, by or on

behalf of an authority or a person to whom this Order applies. |

3. Application. This Order applies—
(a) to any Government, public or other authority in»
Germany,



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(6) to any itidividual resident in Germany,

_(¢) as respects any business carried on in Germany, to
any individual or body of persons (whether corporate or
unincorporate) carrying on that business.

4. Definition. For the purposes of this Order “ Ger-
many ’ means—

Berlin and the French, British, American and Russian
Military Zones of Germany as established by the statement by
‘the Governments of the United Kingdom, the United States of
America, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the
Provisional Government of the French Republic on the zones of
occupation in Germany’on the 5th June, 1945, and also those
parts of the former German Reich which ave at present adminis-
tered by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

5. Interpretation. The Interpretation of Laws Act
(Cap. 103) shall apply to the interpretation of this Order as it
applies to the interpretation of an Act.

Dated the 1st day of March, 1952.

. P. D. Macponaunp,
Governor's Deputy. .

EXPLANATORY NOTE.

(This Note ts not part of the Order but is intended to indicate its
general purport.)

By an Order dated the Ist day of March, 1952 (S.R, & O. 1952
- No. 2) the Governor has amended the Trading with the Enemy
(Custodian) Order, 1940 so that its provisions cease to apply to money
accruing in respect of German owned copyright remitted to persons
specified in the Order on or after the date of the Order, within the
authority given therein. This Order sanctions transfers and assignments
of choses in action, negotiable instruments and. certain securities trans-
ferable by delivery which may be made to such persons on or after the
date of this Order,

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LEEWARD ISLANDS.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT.

STATUTORY RULES, AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 4.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY.

Tum TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (CUSTODIAN) (AMENDMENT) (GER-
MANY) ORDER, 1952, DareED Marcu 1, 1952, MADE BY THE
GOVERNOR IN PURSUANCE OF THE POWERS CONFERRED UPON HIM
BY REGULATION 8 OF THE DEFENCE (TRADING WITH THE ENEMY)
REGULATIONS, 1939, AND ALL OTHER ROWERS ENABLING HIM IN
THAT BEHALF. Any

1. Gitation. This Order may be cited as the Trading with the
Enemy (Custodian) (Amendment) (Germany) Order, 1952.

2. Removal of Control over Money or Property. Para-
graphs 2, 5 and 6 of the Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) Order,
1940, (requiring payment of certain monies to the Custodian and impos-
ing restrictions and requirements in regard to certain property in the
Colony), shall not apply to—

(a) any money which would but for the operatiou of para-
graph 2 of the said Order, become payable to or for the benefit of.
any person within the description contained in paragraph 4 of this
Order by reason of any trade authorised by paragraph 2 of the
Trading with the Enemy (Authorisation) (Germany) Order 1992,
and

(b) any property acquired by reason of any such trade as
aforesaid including any money derived therefrom which on or
after the date of this Order comes into the ownership of any person

_ within the description contained in paragraph 4 of this Order.

3. Bxercise of Rights, etc. Notwithstanding the provisions
of the Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) Order, 1951 (8. R. & O.
1951 No. 19) any person shall as from the date when this Order comes
into force have and be at liberty to exercise on his own behalf and for
his own absolute use and benefit all the rights, powers, duties and liabil-
ities arising under any licence, contract or agreement in respect of
‘such copyright as is comprised in paragraph 2 of the Trading with the
Enemy (Authorisation) (Germany) Order, 1952 as he would have had |
and been at liberty to exercise but for the operation of the Defence
(Trading with the Enemy) Regulations, 1939, or any Order made there-
under and any person deriving title from any such person as aforesaid .
shall likewise have and be at liberty to exercise any such rights, powers,
duties and liabilities,



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4. Application. This Order applies—
(a) to any Government, public or other authority in Germany,
()) to any individual resident in Germany,

(c) as respects any business carried on in Germany, to any
individual or body of parsons (whether corporate or unincorporate)
carrying on that business.

o. Definition. For the purposes of this Order ‘ Germany ’
means—

Berlin and the French, British, American and Russian Military
Zones of Germany as established by the statement by the Gov-
ernments of the United Kingdom, the United States of America,
the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Provisional Gov-
ernment of the French Republic on the zones of occupation in
Germany on the dih June, 1945, and also those parts of the former
German Reich which are at. present administered by the Union of
Soviet Socialist Republics, oF

‘‘ property”? means real or personal property, any ‘negotiable
instrument, debt or other chose in action, and any other right or
interest, whether in possession or not.

6. Interpretation. The Interpretation of Laws Act (Cap. 103)
shall apply to the interpretation of this Order as it applies to the inter-
pretation of an Act.

Dated the Ist day of March, 1952.

P.D. MACDONALD
Governors Deputy.

EXPLANATORY NOTE.

(This Note is not part of the Order but is ivitended to indicate tts
general purport.)

By an Order dated 1st March, 1952 (8S. R. & O. 1952, No. 2) the
Governor authorised trade with Germany in respect of certain German-
owned copyright. This Order removes Custodian control over money
nd property accruing in consequence of this authorisation.

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LEEWARD ISLANDS.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 5.

Tar Stamps INVALIDATION OrpER 1952, DATED Marcu 6, 1952, MADE
BY tHe GovERNoR IN Councin IN PorsuANCE oF SECTION 5 OF
rae Stamp Act (CaP. 135) AND OF ALL OTHER POWERS IN THAT
BEHALF HIM ENABLING.



WHEREAS by paragraph 7 of the Stamps Order 1928 (5. R. & O.
1928 No. 15), hereinafter in this recital referred to as “the Order”, all
Orders in Council made prior to the date of the Order authorising the
issue of stamps throughout the Colony were rescinded but the use of
certain of the stamps not specified in the First and Second Schedules to
the Order was authorised and continued in use unless ‘or until otherwise |
ordered:

AND WHEREAS certain of the stamps so authorised and con-
tinued in use included stamps issued during the reigns of Her late
Majesty Queen VicrortA and His late Majesty King Epwarp the
. Seventh:

AND WHEREAS the several Orders in Council specified in the
first column of the Schedule to this Order made under the provisions of
‘the Stamp Act (Cap. 135) during the reign of His late Majesty King
Grorcr the Fifth, authorised the issue and use throughout the Colony
or in the Presidencies thereof or in a Dependency of a Presidency, of the
several Federal and Presidential stamps of the respective values
enumerated in the third column of the said Schedule:

AND WHEREAS the said Orders in Council (with the exception
of the Tercentenary Stamps) (Antigua and Montserrat) Order 1931
(S. Rs & O. 1981 No. 32): and the Jubilee Stamps Order, 1935
(S. R. & O. 1935 No.7) were rescinded by the Stamps Order, 1928:

AND WHEREAS notwithstanding such rescission the use of the
stamps referred to in the third recital herein has been authorised or
allowed to continue to be used until further order and to be sold until
stocks were exhausted without any steps being taken to invalidate their

use:



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AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient to invalidate the use of
all the stamps issued during the reigns of Her late Majesty Queen
Vicrorta, His late Majesty King Epwarp the Seventh and His late
Majesty King Groree the Fifth in manner hereinafter appearing. ;

NOW THEREFORE the Governor in Council is pleased to order,
and it is hereby ordered as follows: —

1. Citation. This Order may be cited as the Stamps Invalida-
tion Order, 1952.

2. Invalidation of Stamps. All stamps of whatever denom-
ination issued during the reigns of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria
and His late Majesty King Epwarp the Seventh, and the stamps
specified in the first column, and of the respective values enumerated in
the third column, of the Schedule to this Order issued during the reign
of His late Majesty King’Grorex the Fifth in pursuance of the several
Orders in Council specified in the said Schedule, for use throughout the
Colony or in a Presidency or a dependency of a Presidency, as the case
may be, shall after the 30th day of September 1952 no longer be used
for the payment of postage or stamp duties:

Provided that any of the stamps the use whereof is invalidated by
_ this Order may on presentation to the Postmaster of the Presidency in
which the same was issued on or before the 31st day of December, 1952,
be exchanged by such Postmaster for equivalent stamps now authorised
for use in such Presidency or in the Colony.

Made by the Governor in Council this 6th day of March, 1952.

A. E. Penn,
- Clerk of the Council.

SCHEDULE.



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September, 1916. and 5/-.

Order in Council dated 7th St. Kitts-Nevis }d.1d. lid. 2d. 2}d. 3d. 6d. 1/-
June, 1920. 2/- 2/6 5]- and 10)-.

Order in Council dated 29th Antigua © 9d. Ud. 2d. 24d. 3d. 6d. 1]- 2I- 2/6.
June, 1921

Order in Council dated 9th Leeward 4d. 5d. 2/- 3/- and 4]-.

January, 1922 Islands



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SCHEDULE—(Cont’d).

Order in Council dated 9th

January, 1922

Order in Council dated 9th
January, 1922.

Order in Council dated 24th
March, 1922.

Order in Council dated 24th
March, 1922

Order in Council dated 24th
March, 1922.

Order in Council dated 24th

March, 1922.

Order in Council dated 17th
May, 1926.

Order in Council dated 8th
October, 1926.

Order in Council dated 26th
April, 1928.

Order in Council dated 29th
December, 1{)31.

Okaer in Council dated 13th
March, 1935.

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ANTIGUA.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1952, No. 7.

Tae Encuisn Harspour Runes, 1952, MADE BY THE HARBOUR
MASTER UNDER SECTION 13 oF THE Harpour AND Roap-
sTEADS ACT, 1894 (No. 3 oF 1894).

1. Short Title. These Rules may be cited as the
Knelish Harbour Rules, 1952.

2. Deputation of Harbour Master’s Powers
and Duties as to English Harbour. The powers and
duties of the Harbour Master shall, with regard to the harbour
of English Harbour, be vested in and performed by the police
officer in charge of the police station in the Dockyard of
English Harbour or such other officer or person as the Admin-
istrator of the Presidency may appoint: Provided that all
bout licences shall be granted by the Harbour Master.

Made by the Harbour Master the 1st day of March, 1952.

A. Me Ps Tayxor,
Harbour Master.

Passed the Legislative Council the 6th day of March,
1952.

G. A. Tuisoou,
Clerk of the Council.

Approved by the. Governor’ on the 13th day of March,

1952.
K. W. BrackBurne,
Governor.
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MONTSERRAT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1952, No. 2.



Tue Income Tax (Dovusre Taxation Retrer) (CanabDa)
OrpER, 1952, paTep January 18, 1952, MaDE BY
THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 852A OF
THE Income TaX OrDINANCE, 1945, (No. 6 or 1945) as
AMENDED By THE Income Tax (AMENDMENT) ORDI-
NANCE, 1947, (No. 3/1947).



1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the
Income Tax (Double Taxation Relief) (Canada) Order, 1952.

2. Declaration. It is hereby declared—

(a) that the arrangements specified in the Arrange-
ment set out in the Schedule to this Crder have been
made with the Government of Canada. with a view
to affording relief from double taxation in relation to
income tax and any tax of a similar character imposed by
the laws of Canada; and

(b) that it is expedient that those arrangements shall
have effect.

SCHEDULE.



ARRANGEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA AND
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PrestpEncy oF MONTSERRAT
FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DovuspLE TAXATION AND THE
Prevention oF Fiscan Evasion wItH RESPECT TO
Taxks on INCOME. ;

x 1. (1) The Taxes which are ae subject of the present
Arrangement are—

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(a) In Canada:

The income taxes, including sur-taxes, and excess
profits tax imposed by Canada (hereinafter referred to as
“Canadian tax’).

(5) In the Presidency of Montserrat:

The income tax (hereinafter referred to as
“ Presidential tax’’).

(2) This Arrangement shall also apply to any other taxes
of a substantially similar character imposed in Canada or
in the Presideney after the Arrangement has come into force.

\ i \

2. (1) In the present Arrangement, unless the context

otherwise requires—

(a) The term “the Presidency ” means the Presidency
of Montserrat.

(b), The terms “one of the territories” and “the
other territory” mean Canada or the Presidency, as the
context requires. !

(c) The term ‘“‘tax’’ means Canadian tax or Presi-
dential tax, as the context requires. j
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(d) The term “‘ person ” includes any body of persons,
corporate or not corporate.

'(e) The term “company ” includes any body corporate.

(/) The terms “resident of Canada” and “ resident
of the Presidency” mean respectively any person who is
resident in Canada for the purposes of Canadian tax and
not resident in the Presidency for the purposes of
Presidential tax and any person who is resident in the
Presidency for the purposes of Presidential tax and not
resident in Canada for the purposes of Canadian tax; and
a company shall be regarded as resident in Canada if. its
business is managed and controlled in Canada and as
resident in the Presidency if its business is managed and
controlled in the Presidency.

(g) The terms “resident of one of the territories” and
‘fresident of the other territory’ mean a person who is
a resident of Canada ora person who is a resident of the
Presidency, ax the context requires,



3)
a

(kh) The terms ‘Canadian enterprise” and“ Pre-.
sidential enterprise”? mean respectively an industrial or
commercial enterprise or undertaking carried on by a
resident of Canada and an industrial or commercial
enterprise or undertaking carried on by a resident of the
Presidency; and the terms “enterprise of one of the
territories’ and “enterprise of the other territory’? mean
a Cunadian enterprise, or a Presidential enterprise, as
the context requires. .

(i) The term “ permanent establishment”, when used
with respect to an enterprise of one of the territories, means
a branch or other fixed place of business, but. does not

include an agency unless the agent has, and habitually
exercises, a general authority to negotiate and conclude’
contracts on behalf of such enterprise or has a stock
of merchandise from which he regularly filis orders on its

behalf.

An enterprise of one of the territories shall not be deemed
to have a permanent establishment in the other territory merely
because it carries on business dealings in that other territory
through a bona side broker or general commission agent acting
in the ordinary course of his business as such.

The fact that an enterprise of one of the territories main-
tains in the other territory a fixed place of business exclusively
for the purchase of goods or merchandise shall not of itself
constitute that fixed place of business a permanent establishment

of the enterprise.

The fact that a company which is a resident of one of the
territories has a subsidiary company which is a resident of the
other territory or which is engaged in trade or business in that
other territory (whether through a permanent establishment
or otherwise) shall not of itself constitute that subsidiary com-
pany a permanent establishment of its parent company.

(2) The term ‘‘industrial or commercial profits”, as used
in the present Arrangement, does not include income in the
form of dividends, interest, rents or royalties, management
charges, or remuneration for labour or personal services.

(3) In the application of the provisions of this Arrange-
ment by Canada or the Presidency any term not otherwise
defined shall, unless the context otherwise requires, have the
meaning which it has under the laws of Canada relating to the
taxes which are the subject of this Arrangement.



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3. (1) The industrial or commercial profits of a Canadian
enterprise shall not be. subject to Presidential tax unless
the enterprise is engaged in trade or business in the Presidency
through a permanent establishment situated therein. If it is so
engaged, tax may be imposed on those profits by the Presidency,
but only on so much of them as is attributable to that
permanent establishment.

(2) The industrial or commercial profits of a Presidential
enterprise shall not be subject to Canadian tax unless the
enterprise is engaged in trade or business in Canada through
a permanent establishment situated therein. If it is so engaged,
tax may be imposed on those profits by. Canada, but only on
so much of them as is attributable to that permanent
establishment. .

(3) Where an enterprise of one of the territories is engaged
in trade or business in the other territory through a permanent -
establishment situated therein, there shall be attributed to such
permanent establishment the industrial or commercial profits
which it might be expected to derive if it were an independent
enterprise engaged in the same or similar activities under the
same or similar conditions and dealing at arm’s length with’
the enterprise of which it is a permanent establishment.

(4) No portion of any profits arising from the sale of goods
or merchandise by an enterprise of one of the territories shall be
deemed to arise in the other territory by reason of the mere
purchase of the goods or merchandise within that other
territory.

(5) Where a company which isa resident of one of the
territories derives profits or income from sources within the
other territory, the Government of that other territory shall
not impose any form of taxation on dividends paid by the
company to persons not resident in that other territory, or any
tax in the nature of an undistributed profits tax on undistributed
profits of the company, by reason of the fact that those
dividends or undistributed profits represent, in whole or in
part, profits or income so derived.

4, Where—

(a) an enterprise of one of the territories participates
directly or indirectly in the management, control or capital
of an enterprise of the other territory, or



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(6) the same persons participate directly or indirectly
in the management, control or capital of an enterprise of one
of the territories and an enterprise of the other territory,
and

(c) in either case conditions are made or imposed
between. the two enterprises, in their commercial or financial
relations, which differ from those which would be made
between independent enterprises,

then any profits which would but for those conditions have
accrued to one of the enterprises but by reason of those
conditions have not so accrued may be included in the profits
of that enterprise and taxed accordingly.

5. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraphs 3 and 4,
profits which a resident of one of the territories derives frou
operating»ships or aireraft shall be exempt from tax in the
‘other territory.

6. (1) The rate of Canadian tax on income (other than
earned income) derived from sources within Canada by a
resident of the Presidency who is subject to the Presidential
tax in respect thereof and not engaged in trade or business. in
Canada through a permanent establishment situated therein,
shall not exceed 15 per cent.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of the foregoing,
sub-paragraph, -dividends paid to a company which is a resident
of the Presidency by a Canadian company, all of whose shares
(less director’s qualifying shares) which have under all
circumstances full voting rights are beneficially owned by the
former company shall be exempt from Canadian tax:

Provided that exemption shall not be allowed if ordinarily
more than one-quarter of the gross income of the Canadian
company is derived from interest and dividends other than
interest and dividends from any wholly-owned subsidiary
company.

(3) Income (other than earned income) derived from
sources within the Presidency by an individual who is a
resident of Canada, subject to Canadian tax in respect of the
income, and not engaged in trade or business in the Presidency
througb a permanent establishment situated therein, shall not
be liable to tax in the Presidency at a vate in excess of the
rate applicable to a company,



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7. Copyright royalties and other like payments made in
respect of the production or reproduction of any literary,
dramatic, musical or artistic work (but not including rents or
royalties in respect of motion picture films) and derived from
sources within one of the territories by a resident of the
other territory who is liable to tax in that other territory in
respect thereof and not engaged in trade or business im the
first-mentioned territory through a permanent establishment
situated therein, shall be exempt from tax in that first-
mentioned territory.

8. (1) Remuneration (other than pensions) paid by the
Government of one of the territories to any ‘individual for
services rendered, to that Government in the discharge of
governmental functions shall be exempt from tax in the terri-
tory of the other Government if the individual is not ordinarily
resident in that territory or is ordinarily resident in that
territory solely for the purpose of rendering those services.

(2) Any pension paid by the Government of one of the
territories to any individual for services rendered to that
Government in the discharge of governmental functions shall
be exempt from tax in the territory of the other Government,
if immediately prior to the cessation of those services the
remuneration therefor was exempt from tax in that territory,
whether under sub-paragraph (1) of this paragraph or other-
wise, or would have been exempt under that sub-paragraph if
the present Arrangement had been in force at the time when
the remuneration was paid.

(8) The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to
payments in respect of services rendered in connection with any |
trade. or business carried on by the Government of either of
the territories for purposes of profit.

9. (1) An individual who is a resident of the Presidency
shall be exempt from Canadian tax on profits or remuneration
in respect of personal (including professional) services per-
formed within Canada in any taxation year if—

(a) he is present within Canada for a period or
periods not exceeding in the aggregate 183 days during
that year, and

(b) the services are performed for or on behalf of a,
person resident in the Presidency, and

(c) the profits or remuneration are subject to Presi-
dential tax.



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(2) An individual who is a resident of Canada shall
be exempt from Presidential tax on profits or remuneration in
respect of personal (including professional) services performed

_’ within the Presidency in any year of assessment if—

(a) he is present within the Presidency for a period
or periods not exceeding in the aggregate 183 days during
that year, and ;

(6) the services are performed for or on behalf of a
person resident in Canada, and

(c) the profits or remuneration are subject to
Canadian tax. fi

(3) The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to the
profits or remuneration of public entertainers such as stage,
motion picture or radio artists, musicians and athletes.

10. (1) Any pension (other than a pension paid by the
Government of Canada for services rendered to it in the
discharge of governmental functions) and any annuity, derived
from. sources within Canada by an individual who is a resident
of the Presidency and subject to Presidential tax in respect
thereof, shall be exempt from Canadian tax.

(2) Any pension (other than a pension paid by the
‘Government of the Presidency for services rendered to it in
the discharge of governmental functions) and any annuity,
derived from sources within the Presidency by an individual
who is a resident of Canada and subject to Canadian tax in
respect thereof, shall be exempt-from Presidential tax.

(3) The term “annuity”. means a stated sum payable
periodically at stated times, during life or during a specified or
ascertainable period of time, under an obligation to make the
payments in consideration of money paid.

11. who reccives remuneration for teaching, during a period of
temporary residence not exceeding two years, at a university,
college, school or other educational institution in the other
territory, shall be exerapt from tax in that other territory in
respect of that remuneration.

12. A student or business apprentice from one of the

. territories who is receiving full-time education or training

in the other territory shall be exempt from tax in that other

territory on payments made to him by persons in the first-

mentioned territory. for the purposes of his maintenance,
education or training.



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13. (1) Subject to the provisions of the law of the
Presidency regarding the allowance as a credit against Presi-
dential tax of tax payable in a territory outside the Presidency,
Canadian tax payable, in respect of income from sources
within Canada shall be allowed as a credit against any
Presidential tax payable in respect of that income. Where
such income is an ordinary dividend paid by a Canadian debtor,
the credit shall take into account (in addition to any Canadian
income tax chargeable directly or by deduction in respect of
the dividend) the Canadian income tax payable in respect of
its profits by the company paying the dividend, and where it
is a dividend paid on. participating preference shares and
representing both a dividend at a fixed rate to which the
shares are entitled and an additional participation in profits, the
Canadian income tax so payable by the company shall likewise
be taken into account in so far as the dividend exceeds that
fixed rate.

(2) For the purposes of the foregoing sub-paragraph and
of the aforesaid provisions ofthe law of the Presidency, so
much of the tax chargeable under the law of Canada relating
to excess profits tax as is chargeable otherwise than by
reference to excess profits shall be treated as income tax and

not as excess profits tax.

(3) For the purposes of this paragraph profits or remu-
neration for personal (including professional) services performed
in one of the territories shall be deemed to be income from
sources within that territory, and the services of an individual
whose services are wholly or mainly performed in ships or
aircraft operated by a resident of one of the territories shall be
deemed to be performed in that territory.

14. (1) The taxation authorities of Canada and the
Presidency shall exchange such information (being information
available under their respective taxation laws) as is necessary
for carrying out the provisions of this Arrangement or for the
prevention of fraud or the administration of statutory provisions
against legal avoidance in relation to the taxes which are the
subject of this Arrangement. Any information so exchanged
shall be treated as seoret and shall not be disclosed to any persons
other than those concerned with the assessment and collection
of the taxes which are the subject of this Arrangement.
No information shall be exchanged which would disclose any
trade secret or trade process.



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(2) The taxation authorities of Canada and the Presidency

‘may consult together as may be necessary for the purpose of

carrying out the provisions of this Arrangement and, in
particular, the provisions of paragraphs 3 and 4.

(3) As used in this paragraph the term “ taxation authori-
ties” mean in the case of Canada, the Minister of National
Revenue or his authorised representative; in the case of the
Presidency the Income Tax Commissioners or their authorised
representative.

15. This Arrangement shall be deemed to have come into
force on the 26th day of September, 1951, and shall have-effect—

(a) in Canada ag respects income taxes, including
surtaxes, for the taxation year 1951 and subsequent
years, and as respects excess profits tax for any fiscal
period beginning on or after the first day of January, 1951,
and for the unexpired portion of any fiscal period current at
that date;

(b) in the Presidency, as respects income tax for the
year of assessment beginning on the first day of January,
1951, and for the subsequent years.

Made by the Governor in Council this iSth day of
January, 1952.

J. E. T. Roserts,
Clerk of the Council.

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MONTSERRAT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 8.

Resonution. or THE LEGISLATIVE CounciIL or Monserrat
DATED JANUARY 23, 1952, MADE UNDER SECTION 15 oF
tue Cusroms Dutins Oxpinance, 1928, (No. 7/1928).

WHEREAS by section 15 of the Customs Duties Ordi-
nance, 1928, it is provided that the Legislative Council may
irom time to time by resolution increase, reduce, abolish or
otherwise alter the Customs duty leviable on any goods imported
in the Presidency:

AND WHEREAS this Council approves the extension to
the Presidency of the United Nations Educational, Scientitic
and Cultural Organisation’s Agreement ou the importation of
Educational, Scientific and Cultural materials approved by the
General Conference of the said United Nations Educational,
Scientific and Cultural Organisation during the fifth Béceioti
at Florence in 1950, (hereinafter referred to as the UNESCO
. Agreement):

BE IT, THEREFORE, RESOLVED as follows:—

All Customs duty shall be and is hereby abolished on the
educational, scientific and cultural materials listed in Schedules
A, B, ©, and D hereto where such materials are the product of
such States as are designated by the Governor by notice pub-
lished in the Gazette as being Contracting States to the
UNESCO Agreement; and subject to the conditions laid down
in the said Schedules:

Provided that the importation of any such material is ac-
companied by a certificate that such material is of an educa-
tional, scientific-or cultural character signed by or on behalf of
the inierar of Education of the United 1 Kingdom or by such
other body or person as may be designated for such purpose
by the Governor by notice pablisneds in the Grazetle,



a
SCHEDULE A.

Works oF ART AND Cocrgcrors’ Preces or AN EDUCATIONAL,
SCIENTIFIC OR CULTURAL CHARACTER.

(i) Paintings and drawings, including copies, execu-
ted entirely by hand, but excluding manufac-
. tured decorated wares.

(ii) Hand-printed impressions, produced from hand-
engraved or hand-etched blocks, plates or other
materials, and signed and numbered by the
artist.

fin Original works of art of statuary or sculpture,
whether in the round, in relief, or in intaglio,
excluding mass produced reproductions and
works of craftmanship of a commercial character.

(iv) Collectors’ pieces and objects of art consigned. to
public galleries, museums and other public insti-
tutions, approved by the Governor for the pur-
pose of duty-free entry of these types of articles
not intended for resale.

(v) Collections and collectors’ pieces in such scientific
fields as anatomy, zoology, botany, mineralogy,
paleontology, archeology and ethnography, not
intended for resale.

(vi) Antiques, being articles in excess of 100 years
of age.

®

SCHEDULE B.

VisuaL AND Aupirory Marertans or AN EpucaTional,
SCIENTIFIC. OR CULTURAL CHARACTER.

(i) Films, filmstrips, microfilms and slides, of an
educational scientific or cultural ch rracter, when
imported by organisations (including, at the
discretion of the Gov ernor, broadc: asting organi-
sations), approved by the Governor for “the pur-'
pose of duty-free admission of these types of
articles, exclusively for exhibition by these
organisations or by other public or private

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educational, scientific or cultural institutions or
societies approved by the aforesaid authorities. —

(ii) Newsreels (with or without sound track), depicting
events or current newes value at the time of
importation, and import in either negative form,
exposed and developed, or positive form, printed
and developed, when impcrted by organisations |

(including, at the discretion of the Governor,

broadcasting organisations) approved by the

Governor for the purpose of duty-free admission

of ‘such films, provided that free entry may be

limited to two copies of each subject for copying
purposes.

(iii) Sound recordings of an educational, sceintific or
cultural character for use exclusively in public
or private educational, scientific or cultural
institutions or societies (including, at the discre-
tion of the Governor, broadcasting organisations)
approved by the Governor for the purpose of
duty-free admission of these types of urticles.

(iv) Films, filmstrips, microfilms and sound recordings
of an educational, scientific or cultural character
produced by the United Nations or any of its
Specialized Agencies.

(v) Patterns, models and wall charts for use exclu-
sively for demonstrating and teaching purposes
in public or private educational, scientific: or
cultural institutions approved by the Governor
for the purpose of duty-free admission of these
types of articles.



SCHEDULE CG.

SctentrFic IysrRUMENTs OR APPARATUS.

Scientific instruments or apparatus, intented exclusively
for educational purposes or pure scientific research, provided:

(a) that such seientific instruments or apparatus are
consigned to public or private scientific or educational
institutions approved by the Governor for the purpose of
duty-free entry of these types of articles, and used under
the control and responsibility of these institutions;



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(6) that instruments or apparatus of equivalent sci-
entific value are not being manufactured in the Presidency.

SCHEDULE D.
ARTICLES FOR THE BLInpD.

_ Articles specially designed for the educational, scientific or
cultural advancement, of the blind, which are imported directly
by institutions or organisations concerned with the welfare of
the blind, approved by the Governor for thé purpose of duty-
free entry of these types of articles.

Passed the Legislative Council this 23rd day of January,
1952. ‘

J. E. T. Rozerts,
Clerk of the Council.

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LEEWARD ISLANDS.
MONTSERRAT.

SEAT UTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1952, No. 4.

ResonutTion on THE LxeGIsLaTIvVE Counci, oF MONTSERRAT
DATED JANUARY, 23, 1952, MADE UNDER SECTION 15 OF
rue Oustoms .Dutres OrDINANCE, 1928, (No. 7/1928).



WHEREAS by section 15 of the Customs Duties Ordi-
nance, 1928, it is provided that the Leyislative Council may
from time to time by resolution increase, reduce, abolish or
otherwise alter the Customs duty leviable on any goods imported
in the Presidency;

AND WHEREAS it is expedient to abolish the Customs’
duty leviable upon challenge cups and trophies for competition
by approved sporting clubs.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the
Second Schedule to the Customs Duties Ordinance, 1928, shall
have effect as if after article 40 thereof there were inserted the
following article: —

AOA. Sporting Competition Tropatrs:— Chal-
lenge Cups or Trophies for competition by any Sporting
Club approved by the Governor-in-Council.

Passed the Legislative Council this 23rd day of January,
1952.
J, FH.o Tl.) Roprers,
Clerk of the Couneil.

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1952.
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\
LEEWARD ISLANDS.
: MONTSERRAT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 5.

Tur Porters aND BoaTMEN (Fres) (AMENDMENT) ReGuLaTions, 1952,
DATED JANUARY 18, 1952, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL
UNDER SEcTIoN 12 or THE PorTERS AND BOATMEN ORDINANCE, 1918,

(No. 8/1918).



1. Short Title. These Regulations may be cited as the Porters
and Boatmen (Fees) (Amendment) Regutations, 1952.

The Porters and Boatmen (Fees) Regulations, 1943 (S. R. & O.
1943, No. 2) are hereinafter referred to as the Principal Regulations,

2. Substitution of Schedule to Principal Regulations.
The Principal Regulations are hereby amended by the substitution for
the Schedule thereto of the following:—

SCHEDULE.
ParT I.

Porterage Rates.

Ttem. Article. Rate from Warehouse
to any place in town.
1. Puncheons (for loading or unloading) «n Jo2e, each
2. Hogsheads ee O Cah.
3. Half-bags (100 Ibs. each) Recrtty ACey Bas
4, Bags of Rice (180 lbs. each) queen Chena,
5. Bags (cwt) Ae SC ke.
6 » (salt, over 2 cwt) : epee CNL
7. Casks (fish) ners» pallor sy. :
8. Barrels (wet) see SMS = | oy
io; = (dry) Pelle 3
10. Cartons (Biscuits) cota Che oe
_ 11. Cement (Drums) ne Miah 2 Ce iicss
12 ee (bags) ne Ce ony
13. Bales (20—25 ft.) by dray ... 30c. each way
14. » (20—25 ft.) by truck unloading - ee OUC
ts » (20—25 ft.) by truck loading el cs
16. Soap (50 Ib. boxes) Eoin OC neacn
17. -Kerosene (cases) Dee Cuea,:

18. Petrol (cases) eyo Cues



2

Porterage Rates—(cont’d.)

Item. Article. ‘ Rate from We arehouse
‘to any place in town.

19. Kerosene (drums) ; ... 24¢. each

20. Petrol (drums) Dee rato k Cons

Piles Ee apraavine oil (drums) Boe uaa hae

is ,, (carton or pail) i Mash Te OC cae hs

23. ahinber (pitch pine) ... $8.00: per 1000 ec. ft.

24. ey (white pine & Douglas Fir) eee. 2500) oe, LOOUE che ite

25, MY (hard wood)» ... $4,00 ., 1000 c. ft.

26. ‘ (shingles Wallaba) ... :60c. per 10V0

Bis Cred other) ... 40c. per 1000

28. Mer chandise, not otherwise ee ... Te. per 100 lbs. weight

or 14.c. per 5c. ft.

measurement not ex-

ceeding 2 tons weight

or measurement,
Empty Packages.

29. Barrels hee eo eyneaGh
| 30. Oil and Petroleum Drums Wea Ge tee
BBL Cagks) Pea aoe
32.- Puncheons Peek Opene
Personal Baggage.
33. Basket (not over 50 Ibs.) ee ve Gecmet,
34. » (over 50 Ibs.) Bret LO Crass
35. Carton (not over 50 Ibs.) Seer
36. hs (over 50 ibs.) PS RSME Ea,
37. Cabin Trunks Ase,
38. Wardrobe Trunks poe SOX Pe
39. Suitcase ; Bee Wea ChiT iss
PART HS
Lighterage or Boatage Rates.

1. Puncheons .» 60c. each

2. Hogsheads tenis oUGr yas

3. Casks Leen OC ES,

4, Barrels (wet) ean AOC OnIGy:

Dé Ay (bene) EEE DOG Ey t

6. Half-bags (LOO lbs.) sath Teo.Gra et

7. Bales (20-—25 c. ft.) Set @ tees}

8. Kerosene (Cases) Mes yO CRESS

9, Petrol (Cases) Deh OCHO,
10. Kerosene (drums) Lene nites
11. Petrol (drums) MMO OCI ites
12. Lubricating Oil (drums) Pen Cea
13. Edible Oil foeh OUCE
14. Lumber (White pine, spruce, Douglas Fir) .. $2.70 per 1000 c, ft.
15. » (pitch pine) ... $4.00 per 1000 c. ft.
16. Shingles (Wallaba) ... $2.60 per 1000
Hee “ ‘(other kind) ... $2.60 per 1000
18. Hardwood (short lengths or light weight) ... $5.00 per 1000 c. ft.

19, Vs (long lengths or heavy weight) we $5.00 ,, 1000 c.f,



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Lighterage or Boatage Rates—(ooni’d.)

Item. Article.

20. Shooks (exclusive of heads)

al. “ (heads in bundles)

22. Building Lime

23. Vegetables and Fruits in lugs

24. Cotton Seed ete.

25. Cargo not otherwise specified (including

porterage

26. (i) Barrels
(ii) Casks or Hogsheads
(iii) Puncheons
(iv) Oil and Petrol drums

. Rate from Withee
to any place in town.
$2.00 per ton

$2.00 per ton

$2.00 per ton

12c. including porterage
$1.80 per ton

$2.00 per ton

Empty Packages.

LaspeRGOCe
eles
14c.

12c.

Notr.—All Packages of 2 tons and over/weight or measuremeut by arrangement,

each
each
each
each

Conveyance in a Boat between Wharf or Beach and any Vessel.

27. Adults, each way
28. Children, each way

29. Per package not exceeding 3 cubic ft. each way 24c.

30. 99 99
Ole Cabin Trunks a

32. Wardrobe Trunks over 8 cubic ft. each way

33. Parcels under 1 cubic ft.,

a person for whose conveyance achargeismade... 4c.

ten Destination.

1. Carrs Bay and Little Bay
2. O’Garra’s

3. Sweeney’s Well

4, Bunkum River

5. Isles Bay
6. Germans Bay
7., Fox Bay ~

|

32c.
l6c.

Personal Baggage.

5 ” ” ” ” 36c.
8 ” ” ” 48c.
$1.00
brought in a boat by
each
‘PART III.
Carriage Rates.
Rate.

Four times the rates specified in Part II. .
Four times the rate specified in Part II.
Six times the rate specified in Part II.
Three and a half times the rate speci-
fied in Part II.
Three times the rate specified in Part IT.
‘Three times the rate specified iu Part IT.
Two and ahalf times the rate epeaey
in Part IT.

Made by the thet a in Council this 18th day of January, 1952."

J. KE. T. Roperts,
Clerk of the Council.

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LEEWARD ISLANDS.
MONTSERRAT.

“STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 6. 4 : }

Orper is Counci. patTrep January 18, 1952, makine RoeEs
FOR GOVERNMENT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS SCHOLARSHIPS.

1. Short Title. These Rules may be cited as the
Government Elementary Schools Scholarships (Amendment)
Rules, 1952, and shall be read as one with the Government
Elementary Schools Scholarships Kules, 1940 (S. R. & O.
19140 No. 1), as amended, hereinafter referred to as the Princi-
pal Rules:—

2. Amendment. The Principal Rules are hereby
- amended by the deletion of Rule 4 and the substitution therefor
of the following: —

4. QUALIFICATION OF CANDIDATES. Candidates must
be certified by their Head Teachers as having been for at
least three years prior to the date of the examination bona fide
pupils of an elementary school in Montserrat, and must not
have passed their twelfth birthday on the 31st day of
December in the year when such examination is held.

Made by the Governor in Council this 18th day of January,
1952;
J. HK. T. Roperts,
Clerk of the Counetl,

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THURSDAY, 13rn MARCH, 1959





Notices.

A list of some recent publications
of the Commonwealth Economic
Committee is given below:—

Meat

A Summary of figures of Produe-

tion, ‘l'rade and Consumption relating.

to Beef, Live Cattle, Mutton and
Lamb, Live Sheep, Bacon and Hams,
Pork, Live Pigs, Canned Meat, Offals,
Poultry Meat. (1951)

POs) By, Post bss 3d.
Dairy Produce.

A Summary of Figures of Produc-
tion, Trade and Consumption relating
to Butter, Cheese, Preserved Milk,

Casein, Eggs, Egg Products and
Margarine. (1951)
os. By Post 5s. 3d.

Wool Production and Trade,
1950-51

A supplement to Wool Intelligence.
5s. By Post 5s. 3d.

Commonwealth Trade in 1950

A Supplementary Memorandum to
the Thirty-Third Report of the Com-
mittee (1951)

6d. By Post 74d.

2. Copies are obtainable from any
of the Sales Offices or Agents of Her
| Majesty's Stationery Office or through
any Bookseller, or from the Secretary,
Commonwealth Economic Committee,
2, Queen Anne’s Gate Buildings, Lon-
don, 8.W.1.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.
12th March, 1952.

No. 65A/00005.

It is notified for general information
that Mr. PHILIP ERUST, American
Consul, Barbados, will be visiting
Antigua during the period from the
30th March to the Ist April,

The American Consul proposes, if
it can be arranged, to devote all day on

the 31st March to the interviewing of
applicants of Antigua for non-immi-

(328.7297
L437 8_

gration (visitors’) visas to the United
States. He will be accompanied by
his Secretary, Miss SHEILA HiaTH,
and plans to stay at the Antigua
Beach Hotel where he will interview
applicants.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.
12th March, 1952.

Ref. No. 19/00002.



The Governor has been pleased to
appoint the following persons to be
unofficial members of Executive
Council of the Presidency of Mont-
serrat :—

Mr. ROBERT WILLIAM GRIFFITH,

Mr. WinutAM HENRY BRAMBLE;
and

Mr. MICHAEL SYMONS OSBORNE.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.

oth March, 1952.

Ref. No. C. 18/00005.

By virtue of the powers vested in
him by section 3 of the Telecommuni-
tions Act, No. 13 of 1949, His Ex-
cellency has been pleased to appoint
Mr. A. Mc. P. Taytor, Principal,
Treasury Department, as Telecom-
munications Ofticer for the Presidency
of Antigua.

The Seeretariat.
Antigua.
6th March, 1952.

Ref. No. 75/00022.



With reference to the numbering
of the Virgin Islands Income Tax
(Double Taxation Relief) (New Zea-
land) Order, 1951, which was pub-
lished in the Leeward Islands Gazette
of the 3rd January, 1952, and formed
part thereof for ‘No. 4 of 1951”
please read “ No. 1 of 1951”.

The Secretariat,
Antigua. —
6th March, 1952.

Ref. No. O. 31/00016.

The Administrator has been pleased §
to appoint Mr. E. G. O. M. BERRIDGH,
Field Assistant, to be an Income Tax
Commissioner for the Presidency of
Antigua from the Ist March, 1952,
Administrator's Office,

Antigua,

7th March, 1952.

Ref. No. A. 956.

Appointments and transfers, etc,

- in the public service, with effect from

the dates stated, are published for
general information:—

HENRY, Miss J., to be Junior Clerk,
Public Library, Antigua.
: _ March 18

HIub, Miss E., Junior Clerk, Public
Library, Antigua, to be Junior
Clerk,- Agricultural Department, |
Antigua. March 18 °

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.
No. 30. .

The Secretary of State for the§
Colonies has notified the Governor |
that the power of disallowance will
not be exercised in respect of the
undermentioned Ordinances:—

St. Kitts-Nevis and Anguilla.

No. 9 of 1951, “The Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance, 1951’.

No 12 of 1951 “The Appropriation
(1952) Ordinance, 1951”.

No. 31. is

The following Bill which is to be
introduced in the Legislative Council
of Antigua, is circulated with this
Gazette and forms part thereof:—

“The Naval Property (Repeal) Ordi-
nance, 1952.”

No. 32. nes.

The following Ordinance and
Statutory Rules and Orders are cir-
culated with this Gazette and form
part thereof:— .

ORDINANCE.
Virgin Islands.
No. 5 of 1952, “The Supplemen-

tary Appropriation (1948) Ordinance,
OD Siace
58
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.
General Government.

No. 2 of 1952, “ The Trading with
the Enemy (Authorization) (Germany)
Order, 1952”.

No. 3 of 1952, ‘The Trading with
the Enemy (Transfer of Negotiable
Instruments, etc.) (Germany) Order,
NOH Me:

No. 4 of 1952, “The Trading with
the Enemy (Custodian) (Amendment)
(Germany) Order, 1952”.

No. 5 of 1952, ‘The Stamps Invali-
dation Order, 1952”’.

Anigua.

Noe fot 1952) 4 The
Harbour Rules, 1952.”

English

Montserrat.

No. 2 of 1952, ‘*The Income ‘Tax
(Double Taxation Relief) (Canada)
Order, 1952”. .

No. 3 of 1952, ‘Resolution of the
Legislative Council abolishing the
Customs Duties on _ educational,
scientific and cultural materials—
Unesco—”

No. 4 of 1952, “Resolution of the
Legislative Council exempting Sport-
ing competition trophies from Cus-
toms Duties.”

_ No. 5 of 1952, “The Porters and
Boatmen (Fees) (Amendment) Regula-
tions, 1952”.

No. 6 of 1952, The Government
Elementary Schools Scholarships
(Amendment) Rules, 1952”.

REGISTRY OF THE SUPREME COURT,
ANTIGUA, 10th MARCH, 1952.

His Lordship The Chief Justice
has been pleased under the Commis-
tioners for Oaths Act,.Chapter 72, of
the Revised Edition of the Federal
Acts of the Leeward Islands, to appoint
Mr. EvAN LANDON CREQUE to be,
during such time as he shall hold the
office of First Clerk in the Registrar’s
Offiice, Antigua Circuit, a Commis-
sioner to administer Oaths within the
Presidency of Antigua, in any Court
established by the Laws of the Colony
of the Leeward Islands; and also to
administer Oaths within the said Pre-
Sidency of Antigua for the purposes
of The Registration and Records Act,
Chapter 20, and The Title by Regis-
tration Act, Chapter 99.

A. R. MEADE
Acting Registrar.



TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 10th March, 1952.

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
COMPANY of 180 North Michigan
Avenue, City of Chicago State of
Tllinois, U.S.A., bave applied for

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

Registration of one Trade Mark con-
sisting of the following:—
AE



in Class 7 that is to say—

Farm machinery—namely, man-
ure loaders, corn pickers, vegetable
planter, binders, tractor binders, push
binders, headers, harvester threshers,
windrow harvesters, pick-up attach-
meuts, reapers, threshers, rice bind-
ers, rice threshers, cotton pickers,
cotton harvesters, mowers, rakes, ted-
ders, side rakes and tedders, loaders——
all types, sweep rakes, stackers, baling
presses, alfalfa threshers, clover
threshers, planters, listers, cultivators,
lister cultivators, grain binders, ensil-
age cutters, ensilage harvesters, ensil-
age blowers, huskers and shredders,
bean shellers, corn planters and drills,
cotton planters, potato planters, grain
drills, broadcast seeders, alfalfa and
grass drills, cream separators, milkers,
seeders, tractor plows, lime sowers,
bean planters, beet planters, corn
binders, beet pullers, press drill pack-
ers, moldboard plows, riding plows,
walking plows, middle breakers, ec-
centric disk plows, disk harrows,
tractor harrows, orchard harrows, har-
row plows, basin listers, spring tooth
harrows, peg tooth harrows, field
cultivators, rod weeders, rotary hoes,
cultivator-row crop, soil pulverizers,
land packers, plow packers, cotton
choppers, disk bedders, cane plows
and cultivators, internal combustion
engines, farm tractors, track tractors,
industrial tractors, corn shellers, feed
grinders, roughage mills, hay presses,
potato diggers, feed grinders, hammer
mills, cane mills, manure spreaders,
lime spreaders, fertilizer distributors,
crop dusters, stalk cutters, knife grind-
ers, tractor hitches, weeder mulchers,
pick-up balers, diesel engines, and
parts of each of said goods.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for the
period from 9/8/44 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 Gazelte, give
notice in duplicate at the Trade
Marks Office, Antigua, of opposition to
registration of the said Trade Mark.

A. R. MEADE,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.
TRADE MARKS OFFICK,
ANTIGUA, 10th March, 1952.

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
COMPANY of 180 North Michigan
Avenue, City of Chicago State of

[13 Mareh, 1952.

Illinois, U.S.A. have applied for Regis-
tration of one Trade Mark consisting
of the following:—



in Class 22 that is to:-— Vehicles in-
cluding tractors, crawler tractors and
industrial] wheel tractors, trucks, wag-
ons, trailers, power units, industrial
power units, engines, internal com-
bustion engines, and parts of each of
said goods.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for the
period from 9/s/44 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 (razette, give
notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks
Office, Antigua, of opposition to regis-
tration of the said ‘trade Mark.

A. R. MEADE,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks,



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

NEVIS CIRCUIT.



NOTICE is hereby given that in
pursuance of Rules made by the
Chief Justice under section 16 of the
Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands (Courts) Order-in-Council,
1939, and duly approved as therein
provided on the 16th day of October,
A.D. 1941, The Honourable the
Puisne Judge selected for the sitting
of the Court in the Nevis Circuit has
appointed the day of the month on
which the ensuing Court shall sit ag
follows, that is to say:—

The Nevis. Circuit on Tuesday, the
Ist day of April, 1952, at 11 o’clock
in the forenoon.

Dated the 11th day of February,
1952: f
D. S. BROOKES,
Registrar,
Supreme Court, Nevis Circuit.
NOTICE OF TENDER.
House at Cotton Research
Station.

Tenders are invited from experi-
enced Contractors for the execution o£
the above Contract. The Contraet
embraces all labour and materials
including electrical and sanitary fit-
tings and everything necessary to
complete the building.
13 March, 1952. |

Conditions of Contract, Specifica-
tion and Forms of Tender may be
obtained from the Federal Engineer,
St. John’s, Antigua, upon payment of
_a deposit of $10 returnable receipt of
a bona fide Tender. Drawings may
be inspected at the office of the
Federal Engineer.

Tenders should be addressed to the
Federal Engineer and submitted in a
sealed envelope marked ‘* Tender for
House at Cotton Research Station ”’
to reach the Federal Engineer not
later than 10 a.m. on the 26th March,
H952:

Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.
5th March,

Ref. No. 68/0C002.

1952.

Post of Assistant Colonial Engi-
neer, Public Works Depart-
ment, St. Lucia.

Applications are invited for the
vacant post of Assistant Colonial
Engineer, Public Works Department,
St. Lucia.

The salary seale attached to the
post, which is pensionable, is $2400-
120-$2880 with a cost of living allow-
ance at the rate of $384 per annum.

This officer will be required to keep
a car for the performance of his official
duties and will be paid a basic travel-
ling allowance at the rate of $192 per
annum plus a mileage allowance of
10 cents for every mile travelled on
duty.

A subsistence allowance will also be
paid at the approved rate when travel-
ling on duty in the Colony outside
his station.

The Assistant Colonial Engineer
will be required to assist the Colonial
Engineer in his various official duties
and will be required to help in the
design and supervision of the construc-
tion of roads and bridges; the execu-
tion of schemes and the construction
and maintenance of Government
buildings.

The appointment is subject to the
Colonial Regulations and Rules. and
Orders in force and local taxation.

Applications should give details of
experience and qualifications and
. should be accompanied by at least two
Certificates, with a Certificate of Medi-
eal fitness, and should be addressed
to the Administrator, St. Lucia, to
reach not later than 31st March, 1952.

Government Office,
St. Lucia,
29th February, 1952.
Ref, No. A. 0. 13/89

POST OF PHYSICIAN, COLONIAL
HOSPITAL, ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited for appoint-

ment to the post of Physician, Colo-



nial Hospital, St. Vincent, B. W. I., on.

the following terms and conditions:—
DUTIES.

Administrative control of the Ex-
tension Hospital of about 30 beds
for tuberculosis and/or isolation
cases and the Fort Institutions,
Medical Care of sick in the Colonial
Hospital and responsibility for
training Nurses and Dispensers in
conjunction with the Resident Sur-
geons, and to assist the Resident
Surgeon at operations,

The Physician may be required to
assume administrative control of
the Colonial Hospital.

EMOLUMEN'S.

A salary of $3456 per annum is
payable plus a Specialist Allowance
of $1200 per annum if the holder
possesses post-graduate qualifica-
tions in Medicine. A temporary
Cost of Living Allowance of $380.40
is also paid.

CONSULTING & FEES.

Consulting practice (but not Pri-
vate Practice) isallowed. Fees ona
graded scale for Private Patients at
the Colonial Hospital are paid to the
Physician.

CONDITIONS OF APPOINTMENT.

The Appointment will be on con-
tract for a period of 3 years in the
first instance, but the appointee
may opt after two years to be ap-
pointed to the permanent, DEngign:
able establishment.

QUARTERS.
No quarters are provided.
TRAVELLING ALLOWANCH.

A travelling allowance is paid for
journeys to the Extension -Hospital
and the Fort Institutions.

QUALIFICATIONS.

Candidates should be registered or
registrable in the United Kingdom.
The applications of Candidates who
possess post-graduate qualifications
in Medicine (M.R.C. P. or M. D.)
would be given preferential consid-
eration. /

-Applications accompanied by testi-
monials and references should be ad-
dressd to the Establishment Officer,
St. Vincent, B.W.I., and should reach
him not later than the 21st April, 1952.

Applications from members of the
Government Service of any Colony
should be transmitted through the
Officer Administering the Government
of that Colony.

Ref No, 13/00004.

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 59

TENDERS.

Tenders are invited for the entire
quantity of cotton seed (550 tons more
or less) exclusive of seed retained for
planting purposes, which derive from
the crop of seed cotton now being
handled by the Marketing Officer,
Antigua.

Tenders should state clearly
wheth-er the offer is being made ex-
ginnery f.o.b. St. John’s Harbour, or
c.i.f..ete. Other things being equal
tenders ex-ginnery will be preferred,

The successful applicant will be
required to take delivery as soon as
and at the rate at which the seed is
supplied by the Marketing Officer and
to return all bags to the Marketing’
Department.

Government does not bind itself to
accept the highest or any tender.

Tenders should be addressed to the
Agricultural Superintendent, Antigua,
in time to reach him on or before 31st
March, 1952.

Agricultural Department,
Antigua.

Vacant post of Inspector of
‘Works.

Applications are invited for the
post of Inspector of Works, Public
Works Department, Antigua,

The following qualifications are
required—

(a) Experience in building con-
struction, the repair and mainten-
ance of buildings and ability to
prepare estimates and plans.

(6) Ability to keep accounts and
control labour.

(c) Secondary education with
ability to act in an administrative
capacity if required to do so.

The post is on the permanant pen-
sionable establishment and the present
salary is in the scale $1920 by $120
to $2160 per annum plus a temporary
cost of living allowance of $480 per
annum. (This salary is subject to
revision when the report of the
Salaries and Organisation Commission
is received).

Applications should ‘be submitted
to the Administrator, Antigua, by the
15th March, 1952. Applicants ~
should gubmit at least two recent
testimonials and full particulars of
age, training and experience, schools
attended, examinations taken, exami-
nations passed, positions held from
leaving school.

Administrator's Office,

Antigua,
19th Tena 1952:

Ref. No, A.:13/105.
60

VACANCY FOR POST OF SENIOR
MASTER, GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
DOMINICA.

Applications are invited for one va-
cant post of Senior Master, Dominica
Grammar School. The school roll at
present numbers 150, and courses will
be offered up to the Higher School
Certificate examination of Cambridge
University.

2, QUALIFICATIONS. Applicants
for the post should hold a University
degree and be qualified to teach (1)
English, History and Latin, and (2)
Mathematics.

3. SALARY. The post is pension-
able. The salary scale is $1920 by
$120 to $2400. A cost of living al-
lowance of ten per cent. of salary is
payable. Consideration would be also
given to appointing suitable applicants
at points in the scale commensurate
with their qualification and experi-
ence.

4, QUARTERS,
provided.

Quarters are not



THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

5. LEAVE. Leave is earned in
accordance with local regulations and
provision is made _ for assistance
towards overseas leave passages.

6. PASSAGES ON FIRST APPOINT-
MENT. The officer’s passage on first
appointment will be paid, as well as
that of his wife and children of school
age, not exceeding four, if they ac-
company him or follow him within
twelve months from the date of his
first appointment.

7. CONDITIONS OF SERVICE. The
officer will be subject to Colonial
Regulations and local General Orders.

Applications stating the applicant’s
age, qualifications and teaching expe-
rience, and indicating the earliest
date on which he could assume duty,
should be addressed to the Adminis-
trator, Dominica.

J. HAMILTON MAURICE,
Education Officer.

13/00004.

[13 Mareh, 1952.

RAINFALL FIGURES.
Central Experiment Station,



Antigua.
1948. 1949. 1950. 1951. 1952
Jan. 2°82 150 541 3°60 = Q°4
Feb. 57 2°07 2°52 1°88 160
Mar, 8 ‘67 ‘42 —_ “15 —
4:06 99 4:93 6:23" “4708







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Government Printing Office,
Leeward Islands.

ORDINANCES.





Antigua.
No. 2 of 1952, ‘‘ The Electricity, lee
and Cold Storage (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1952”. 2 pp. Price 4c.

No. 3 of 1952, “‘ The Small Farmer
Cultivation and Haulage Service
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1952 as

3 pp. Price 5e.

No. 4 of 1952, “The Sium Clear-
ance and Housing (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1952”. 2 pp. Price 4e.



Colony of the Leeward Islands.

REGISTER OF TITLes.

ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.
Title by Registration Act.

SCHEDULE OF APPLICATIONS

ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.

For Certificates of Title and oe eae for the week ending the 16th per of Bebruary, 1952.

Date of Request.

Person presenting.



The 12th day of |
February, 1952 |
at 3.25 p.m. |



Henry Alexander Anselm of Nevis
and Cross Streets in the City
of Saint John in the Island of
Antigua, Merchant, by Sydney |
Theophilus Christian, his solicitor



Nature of Request whether for Certificate of
Title or noting thereon or Caveat.

Certificate of Title for All that piece or parcel of
land situate at the corner of Nevis and Cross
Streets in the City of Saint John in the-
Island of Antigua, comprising 4,287 square
feet all as the same is delineated in the map or
plan of said land dated the 7th day of February,
1948 drawn by 1

| Licensed Surveyor.

}

Ernest Alexander Govia,



Anyone who objects to the issue of a Gentificate of Title as applied for must within 21 days
from. the first publication of this notice enter a Caveat at the office of the Registrar of Titles for the

Antigua Circuit.

Dated the 16th day of February, 1952.

N. A. Brerrince,
Registrar of Titles.
13 March, 1952] ‘THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 61
Colony of the Leeward Islands.

ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.
Title by Registration Act.
Reaister oF TITLES. Antieua CIRculrT.
SCHEDULE OF APPLICATIONS
For Certificate of Title and notings thereon for the week ending the 16th day of February, 1952. |

Nature of request, whether for Certificate of

Date of Request. : Person Presenting. Title or Noting thereon or Caveat.

| |
|
|

| AES Seeeh eee e

18th February, Alfred Powell McDonald of St. Certificate of Title for all that piece or parcel of

1952 | John’s Antigua by his solicitor land bemg a portion of Hyndman’s Village

at 10.30 a.m. | Sydney ‘I’. Christian | situate in the City of Saint John in the Island

| of Antigua containing .512 of an acre all as the

game is delineated in the map or plan of gaid

piece or parcel of land dated the Ist day of

February 1952 drawn by Ernest A. Govia
Licensed Surveyor



Anyone who objects to the issue of the Certificate of Title as applied for must within twenty-
one days (21) from the first publication of this notice enter a Caveat at the Office of the Registrar of
Titles for the Antigua Circuit.

Dated the 16th day of February, 1952.
N. A. BerripGe,
Registrar of Titles.



ANTIGUA. 4 ;
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands, by E. M. BLACKMAN,
Government Printer—By Authority
1952.
[Price 59 cents.]
No. of 1952. Naval Property (Repeal). ANTIGUA.

ANTIGUA.
No. of 1952.

An Ordinance to repeal the Naval Property Act,
1862.

BE [T ORDAINED by the Governor and

Legislative Council of Antigua as follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Naval Short title.
Property (Repeal) Ordinance, 1952.

2. The Naval Property Act, 1862 is hereby Repeal.
repealed. 184/1862,

President.

Passed the Legislative Council the day
of , LOb2.

Clerk of the Council.

OBJECTS AND REASONS.

The object of this Bill is to repeal the Naval Property
Act, 1862, which has become obsolete in view of the transfer
on 28th June 1906 of naval property in Antigua to the
Antigua Government. .

C. A. KELsicx,
Crown Attorney.

ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
by E.M. BLackmaNn, Government Printer.— By Authority.
a

A 47/91—345—3.52. Price 3 cents.
No. 5 of 1952. Supplementary Appropriation . VIRGIN
rs : (1948). {SLANDS.

hs.)
| “T Assent,
. K. W.. Bracksurne,
~f Governor.
j 20th February, 1952.

7

“VIRGIN ISLANDS. .
No. 5 of 1952.

An Ordinance to sanction certain payments from
the Public Treasury in excess of the sums
placed on the Estimates for the year ended |
on the thirty-first day of December, 1948.

BE IT ORDAINED by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Virgin Islands as
follows:—°

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Sup- short title.
plementary Appropriation (1948) Ordinance, 1952.

2. The various sums set forth in the regalizationof
Schedule to this Ordinance amounting in all to expenditure.
Sixteen Thousand two hundred ‘and Twelve.

- Dollars and Twenty-nine cents and drawn from the
Public Treasury for the service of the year ended on
the 3lst day of December, 1948, under the warrant
of the Governor, but not provided for in the Esti-
mates for the said year, are hereby declared to have
been lawfully expended for the services mentioned
in the said Schedule.

J. A. C. CruiksHank,
President.

_ Passed the Legislative Council the 11th day
of January, 1952.

HO: CREQUE,
Clerk of the Council.

cM
32k. 7299
L+¢P72.
ee ae eneleny Anca No. 5 of 1952.

SCHEDULE.
Head. Service. Amount.
_ 1. Pensions eee 148733
11, Federal Contribution sist r- AG 2208
Til. Administration ee AL OSO9)
IV. Agriculture w «= 2.94.44
VI. Medical and Health goods OOOS98
VII. Miscellaneous -»- 9467.43
. VIII. Post Office .. 1814,88
IX. Public Works OO eee
X. Public Works Recurrent Je £9103)

XII. Development and Welfare Schemes ... 3294.82



16212.29





ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BuackmMAN, Government Printer.—By Authority.
1952, ,
47/00140—435—3,52, [Price 4 cents.)
LEEWARD ISLANDS.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 2.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY.

Tue Trapine with rus Exemy (AUTHORISATION) (GERMANY)
Orver, 1952, patep Marcu 1, 1952, MADE BY THE Gov-
ERNOR IN PURSUANCE OF THE POWERS CONFERRED UPON
Him BY Re@uLatTioNn 2 or THE DerENCE (TRADING WITH
THE Enemy) RuGuLaTions, 1939, AND ALL OTHER POWERS
ENABLING HIM IN THAT BEHALE-



1. Citation. This Order may be cited as the Trading
with the Enemy (Authorisation) (Germany) Order, 1952.

2. Authority to Trade. Notwithstanding anything
contained in regulation 2 of the Defence (Trading with the
Enemy) Regulations, 1939, any person, unless the Governor
otherwise directs, may trade with any person to whom this Order
applies in respect of copyright in any literary, dramatic, musical
‘and artistic work belonging to any person to whom this Order
applies and in respect of any licence, contract or agreement
relating thereto. :

3. Application. This Order applies— -

(a) to any Government, public or other authority in
Germany, :

(b) to any individual resident.in Germany,

(c) as respects any business carried on in Germany,
to any individual or body of persons (whether corporate
or unincorporate) carrying on that business.

4. Definition. For the purpose of this Order “Ger-
many” means—

Berlin and the French, British, American and Russian
x Military Zones of Germany as established by the State-

328. 9297
-ve7 4.
ment by the Governments of the United Kingdom, the
United States of America, the Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics and the Provisional Government of the French
Republic on the zones of occupation in Germany on the
5th June, 1945 and also those parts of the former Ger-
man Reich which are at present administered by the
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

5. Interpretation. The Interpretation of Laws Rat
(Cap. 103) shall apply to the interpretation of this Order as it
applies to the interpretation of an Act.

Dated the Ist day of March, 1952.

P. D. Macponanp,
Grovernor’s Deputy.

EXPLANATORY NOTE.

(This Note is not part of the Order but is intended to indicate its
general purport.)

This Order authorises trade with persons in Germany in respect
of German owned copyright in any literary, dramatic, musical and
artistic work.

: ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office. Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BuackMAN, Government Printer.—By Authority,
d 1952,
47/00110—435—3.52. Price 4 cents
LEEWARD ISLANDS.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT. |

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 3.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY.

Tur Trapinc with THE Enemy (TRansrer oF NEGOTIABLE
IystRUMENTS, ETC.) (GuRMANY) ORDER, 1952, DATED
Marcu 1, 1952, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN PURSUANCE
OF THE POWERS CONFERRED UPON HIM BY REGULATION
5 or THE Derence (Trapinc with ‘THE Enemy)
REGULATIONS, 1939, AND ALL OTHER POWERS ENABLING
HIM THAT BEHALF.



1. Citation. This Order may be cited as the Trading
with the Enemy (Transfer of Negotiable Instruments, etc.)
(Germany) Order, 1952.

2. Transfer of Negotiable Instrument, ete:
The Governor hereby sanctions—

(a) any assignment of a chose in action which, on or
after the date of this Order, comes into the ownership of ,
an authority or a person to whom tbis Order applies,

(b) any transfer of a negotiable instrument issued on
or after that date, and

(c) any transfer of any security transferable by
delivery, not being a bond, a coupon or a negotiable instru-
ment, which on or after that date comes into the ownership
of an authority or a person to whom this Order applies,

being an assignment or transfer made on or after the date of this
Order by reason of any trade authorised by the Trading with
the Enemy (Authorisation) (Germany) Order, 1952, by or on

behalf of an authority or a person to whom this Order applies. |

3. Application. This Order applies—
(a) to any Government, public or other authority in»
Germany,
2

(6) to any itidividual resident in Germany,

_(¢) as respects any business carried on in Germany, to
any individual or body of persons (whether corporate or
unincorporate) carrying on that business.

4. Definition. For the purposes of this Order “ Ger-
many ’ means—

Berlin and the French, British, American and Russian
Military Zones of Germany as established by the statement by
‘the Governments of the United Kingdom, the United States of
America, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the
Provisional Government of the French Republic on the zones of
occupation in Germany’on the 5th June, 1945, and also those
parts of the former German Reich which ave at present adminis-
tered by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

5. Interpretation. The Interpretation of Laws Act
(Cap. 103) shall apply to the interpretation of this Order as it
applies to the interpretation of an Act.

Dated the 1st day of March, 1952.

. P. D. Macponaunp,
Governor's Deputy. .

EXPLANATORY NOTE.

(This Note ts not part of the Order but is intended to indicate its
general purport.)

By an Order dated the Ist day of March, 1952 (S.R, & O. 1952
- No. 2) the Governor has amended the Trading with the Enemy
(Custodian) Order, 1940 so that its provisions cease to apply to money
accruing in respect of German owned copyright remitted to persons
specified in the Order on or after the date of the Order, within the
authority given therein. This Order sanctions transfers and assignments
of choses in action, negotiable instruments and. certain securities trans-
ferable by delivery which may be made to such persons on or after the
date of this Order,

ANTIGUA,
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islandsy
by E. M. BLACKMAN, Government Printer.—-By Authority.
1952,

47/00110—435—3.52.. : Price cents
LEEWARD ISLANDS.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT.

STATUTORY RULES, AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 4.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY.

Tum TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (CUSTODIAN) (AMENDMENT) (GER-
MANY) ORDER, 1952, DareED Marcu 1, 1952, MADE BY THE
GOVERNOR IN PURSUANCE OF THE POWERS CONFERRED UPON HIM
BY REGULATION 8 OF THE DEFENCE (TRADING WITH THE ENEMY)
REGULATIONS, 1939, AND ALL OTHER ROWERS ENABLING HIM IN
THAT BEHALF. Any

1. Gitation. This Order may be cited as the Trading with the
Enemy (Custodian) (Amendment) (Germany) Order, 1952.

2. Removal of Control over Money or Property. Para-
graphs 2, 5 and 6 of the Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) Order,
1940, (requiring payment of certain monies to the Custodian and impos-
ing restrictions and requirements in regard to certain property in the
Colony), shall not apply to—

(a) any money which would but for the operatiou of para-
graph 2 of the said Order, become payable to or for the benefit of.
any person within the description contained in paragraph 4 of this
Order by reason of any trade authorised by paragraph 2 of the
Trading with the Enemy (Authorisation) (Germany) Order 1992,
and

(b) any property acquired by reason of any such trade as
aforesaid including any money derived therefrom which on or
after the date of this Order comes into the ownership of any person

_ within the description contained in paragraph 4 of this Order.

3. Bxercise of Rights, etc. Notwithstanding the provisions
of the Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) Order, 1951 (8. R. & O.
1951 No. 19) any person shall as from the date when this Order comes
into force have and be at liberty to exercise on his own behalf and for
his own absolute use and benefit all the rights, powers, duties and liabil-
ities arising under any licence, contract or agreement in respect of
‘such copyright as is comprised in paragraph 2 of the Trading with the
Enemy (Authorisation) (Germany) Order, 1952 as he would have had |
and been at liberty to exercise but for the operation of the Defence
(Trading with the Enemy) Regulations, 1939, or any Order made there-
under and any person deriving title from any such person as aforesaid .
shall likewise have and be at liberty to exercise any such rights, powers,
duties and liabilities,
2

4. Application. This Order applies—
(a) to any Government, public or other authority in Germany,
()) to any individual resident in Germany,

(c) as respects any business carried on in Germany, to any
individual or body of parsons (whether corporate or unincorporate)
carrying on that business.

o. Definition. For the purposes of this Order ‘ Germany ’
means—

Berlin and the French, British, American and Russian Military
Zones of Germany as established by the statement by the Gov-
ernments of the United Kingdom, the United States of America,
the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Provisional Gov-
ernment of the French Republic on the zones of occupation in
Germany on the dih June, 1945, and also those parts of the former
German Reich which are at. present administered by the Union of
Soviet Socialist Republics, oF

‘‘ property”? means real or personal property, any ‘negotiable
instrument, debt or other chose in action, and any other right or
interest, whether in possession or not.

6. Interpretation. The Interpretation of Laws Act (Cap. 103)
shall apply to the interpretation of this Order as it applies to the inter-
pretation of an Act.

Dated the Ist day of March, 1952.

P.D. MACDONALD
Governors Deputy.

EXPLANATORY NOTE.

(This Note is not part of the Order but is ivitended to indicate tts
general purport.)

By an Order dated 1st March, 1952 (8S. R. & O. 1952, No. 2) the
Governor authorised trade with Germany in respect of certain German-
owned copyright. This Order removes Custodian control over money
nd property accruing in consequence of this authorisation.

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LEEWARD ISLANDS.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 5.

Tar Stamps INVALIDATION OrpER 1952, DATED Marcu 6, 1952, MADE
BY tHe GovERNoR IN Councin IN PorsuANCE oF SECTION 5 OF
rae Stamp Act (CaP. 135) AND OF ALL OTHER POWERS IN THAT
BEHALF HIM ENABLING.



WHEREAS by paragraph 7 of the Stamps Order 1928 (5. R. & O.
1928 No. 15), hereinafter in this recital referred to as “the Order”, all
Orders in Council made prior to the date of the Order authorising the
issue of stamps throughout the Colony were rescinded but the use of
certain of the stamps not specified in the First and Second Schedules to
the Order was authorised and continued in use unless ‘or until otherwise |
ordered:

AND WHEREAS certain of the stamps so authorised and con-
tinued in use included stamps issued during the reigns of Her late
Majesty Queen VicrortA and His late Majesty King Epwarp the
. Seventh:

AND WHEREAS the several Orders in Council specified in the
first column of the Schedule to this Order made under the provisions of
‘the Stamp Act (Cap. 135) during the reign of His late Majesty King
Grorcr the Fifth, authorised the issue and use throughout the Colony
or in the Presidencies thereof or in a Dependency of a Presidency, of the
several Federal and Presidential stamps of the respective values
enumerated in the third column of the said Schedule:

AND WHEREAS the said Orders in Council (with the exception
of the Tercentenary Stamps) (Antigua and Montserrat) Order 1931
(S. Rs & O. 1981 No. 32): and the Jubilee Stamps Order, 1935
(S. R. & O. 1935 No.7) were rescinded by the Stamps Order, 1928:

AND WHEREAS notwithstanding such rescission the use of the
stamps referred to in the third recital herein has been authorised or
allowed to continue to be used until further order and to be sold until
stocks were exhausted without any steps being taken to invalidate their

use:
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AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient to invalidate the use of
all the stamps issued during the reigns of Her late Majesty Queen
Vicrorta, His late Majesty King Epwarp the Seventh and His late
Majesty King Groree the Fifth in manner hereinafter appearing. ;

NOW THEREFORE the Governor in Council is pleased to order,
and it is hereby ordered as follows: —

1. Citation. This Order may be cited as the Stamps Invalida-
tion Order, 1952.

2. Invalidation of Stamps. All stamps of whatever denom-
ination issued during the reigns of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria
and His late Majesty King Epwarp the Seventh, and the stamps
specified in the first column, and of the respective values enumerated in
the third column, of the Schedule to this Order issued during the reign
of His late Majesty King’Grorex the Fifth in pursuance of the several
Orders in Council specified in the said Schedule, for use throughout the
Colony or in a Presidency or a dependency of a Presidency, as the case
may be, shall after the 30th day of September 1952 no longer be used
for the payment of postage or stamp duties:

Provided that any of the stamps the use whereof is invalidated by
_ this Order may on presentation to the Postmaster of the Presidency in
which the same was issued on or before the 31st day of December, 1952,
be exchanged by such Postmaster for equivalent stamps now authorised
for use in such Presidency or in the Colony.

Made by the Governor in Council this 6th day of March, 1952.

A. E. Penn,
- Clerk of the Council.

SCHEDULE.



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September, 1916. and 5/-.

Order in Council dated 7th St. Kitts-Nevis }d.1d. lid. 2d. 2}d. 3d. 6d. 1/-
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Order in Council dated 29th Antigua © 9d. Ud. 2d. 24d. 3d. 6d. 1]- 2I- 2/6.
June, 1921

Order in Council dated 9th Leeward 4d. 5d. 2/- 3/- and 4]-.

January, 1922 Islands
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Order in Council dated 9th

January, 1922

Order in Council dated 9th
January, 1922.

Order in Council dated 24th
March, 1922.

Order in Council dated 24th
March, 1922

Order in Council dated 24th
March, 1922.

Order in Council dated 24th

March, 1922.

Order in Council dated 17th
May, 1926.

Order in Council dated 8th
October, 1926.

Order in Council dated 26th
April, 1928.

Order in Council dated 29th
December, 1{)31.

Okaer in Council dated 13th
March, 1935.

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ANTIGUA.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1952, No. 7.

Tae Encuisn Harspour Runes, 1952, MADE BY THE HARBOUR
MASTER UNDER SECTION 13 oF THE Harpour AND Roap-
sTEADS ACT, 1894 (No. 3 oF 1894).

1. Short Title. These Rules may be cited as the
Knelish Harbour Rules, 1952.

2. Deputation of Harbour Master’s Powers
and Duties as to English Harbour. The powers and
duties of the Harbour Master shall, with regard to the harbour
of English Harbour, be vested in and performed by the police
officer in charge of the police station in the Dockyard of
English Harbour or such other officer or person as the Admin-
istrator of the Presidency may appoint: Provided that all
bout licences shall be granted by the Harbour Master.

Made by the Harbour Master the 1st day of March, 1952.

A. Me Ps Tayxor,
Harbour Master.

Passed the Legislative Council the 6th day of March,
1952.

G. A. Tuisoou,
Clerk of the Council.

Approved by the. Governor’ on the 13th day of March,

1952.
K. W. BrackBurne,
Governor.
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1952, No. 2.



Tue Income Tax (Dovusre Taxation Retrer) (CanabDa)
OrpER, 1952, paTep January 18, 1952, MaDE BY
THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 852A OF
THE Income TaX OrDINANCE, 1945, (No. 6 or 1945) as
AMENDED By THE Income Tax (AMENDMENT) ORDI-
NANCE, 1947, (No. 3/1947).



1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the
Income Tax (Double Taxation Relief) (Canada) Order, 1952.

2. Declaration. It is hereby declared—

(a) that the arrangements specified in the Arrange-
ment set out in the Schedule to this Crder have been
made with the Government of Canada. with a view
to affording relief from double taxation in relation to
income tax and any tax of a similar character imposed by
the laws of Canada; and

(b) that it is expedient that those arrangements shall
have effect.

SCHEDULE.



ARRANGEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA AND
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PrestpEncy oF MONTSERRAT
FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DovuspLE TAXATION AND THE
Prevention oF Fiscan Evasion wItH RESPECT TO
Taxks on INCOME. ;

x 1. (1) The Taxes which are ae subject of the present
Arrangement are—

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(a) In Canada:

The income taxes, including sur-taxes, and excess
profits tax imposed by Canada (hereinafter referred to as
“Canadian tax’).

(5) In the Presidency of Montserrat:

The income tax (hereinafter referred to as
“ Presidential tax’’).

(2) This Arrangement shall also apply to any other taxes
of a substantially similar character imposed in Canada or
in the Presideney after the Arrangement has come into force.

\ i \

2. (1) In the present Arrangement, unless the context

otherwise requires—

(a) The term “the Presidency ” means the Presidency
of Montserrat.

(b), The terms “one of the territories” and “the
other territory” mean Canada or the Presidency, as the
context requires. !

(c) The term ‘“‘tax’’ means Canadian tax or Presi-
dential tax, as the context requires. j
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(d) The term “‘ person ” includes any body of persons,
corporate or not corporate.

'(e) The term “company ” includes any body corporate.

(/) The terms “resident of Canada” and “ resident
of the Presidency” mean respectively any person who is
resident in Canada for the purposes of Canadian tax and
not resident in the Presidency for the purposes of
Presidential tax and any person who is resident in the
Presidency for the purposes of Presidential tax and not
resident in Canada for the purposes of Canadian tax; and
a company shall be regarded as resident in Canada if. its
business is managed and controlled in Canada and as
resident in the Presidency if its business is managed and
controlled in the Presidency.

(g) The terms “resident of one of the territories” and
‘fresident of the other territory’ mean a person who is
a resident of Canada ora person who is a resident of the
Presidency, ax the context requires,
3)
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(kh) The terms ‘Canadian enterprise” and“ Pre-.
sidential enterprise”? mean respectively an industrial or
commercial enterprise or undertaking carried on by a
resident of Canada and an industrial or commercial
enterprise or undertaking carried on by a resident of the
Presidency; and the terms “enterprise of one of the
territories’ and “enterprise of the other territory’? mean
a Cunadian enterprise, or a Presidential enterprise, as
the context requires. .

(i) The term “ permanent establishment”, when used
with respect to an enterprise of one of the territories, means
a branch or other fixed place of business, but. does not

include an agency unless the agent has, and habitually
exercises, a general authority to negotiate and conclude’
contracts on behalf of such enterprise or has a stock
of merchandise from which he regularly filis orders on its

behalf.

An enterprise of one of the territories shall not be deemed
to have a permanent establishment in the other territory merely
because it carries on business dealings in that other territory
through a bona side broker or general commission agent acting
in the ordinary course of his business as such.

The fact that an enterprise of one of the territories main-
tains in the other territory a fixed place of business exclusively
for the purchase of goods or merchandise shall not of itself
constitute that fixed place of business a permanent establishment

of the enterprise.

The fact that a company which is a resident of one of the
territories has a subsidiary company which is a resident of the
other territory or which is engaged in trade or business in that
other territory (whether through a permanent establishment
or otherwise) shall not of itself constitute that subsidiary com-
pany a permanent establishment of its parent company.

(2) The term ‘‘industrial or commercial profits”, as used
in the present Arrangement, does not include income in the
form of dividends, interest, rents or royalties, management
charges, or remuneration for labour or personal services.

(3) In the application of the provisions of this Arrange-
ment by Canada or the Presidency any term not otherwise
defined shall, unless the context otherwise requires, have the
meaning which it has under the laws of Canada relating to the
taxes which are the subject of this Arrangement.
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3. (1) The industrial or commercial profits of a Canadian
enterprise shall not be. subject to Presidential tax unless
the enterprise is engaged in trade or business in the Presidency
through a permanent establishment situated therein. If it is so
engaged, tax may be imposed on those profits by the Presidency,
but only on so much of them as is attributable to that
permanent establishment.

(2) The industrial or commercial profits of a Presidential
enterprise shall not be subject to Canadian tax unless the
enterprise is engaged in trade or business in Canada through
a permanent establishment situated therein. If it is so engaged,
tax may be imposed on those profits by. Canada, but only on
so much of them as is attributable to that permanent
establishment. .

(3) Where an enterprise of one of the territories is engaged
in trade or business in the other territory through a permanent -
establishment situated therein, there shall be attributed to such
permanent establishment the industrial or commercial profits
which it might be expected to derive if it were an independent
enterprise engaged in the same or similar activities under the
same or similar conditions and dealing at arm’s length with’
the enterprise of which it is a permanent establishment.

(4) No portion of any profits arising from the sale of goods
or merchandise by an enterprise of one of the territories shall be
deemed to arise in the other territory by reason of the mere
purchase of the goods or merchandise within that other
territory.

(5) Where a company which isa resident of one of the
territories derives profits or income from sources within the
other territory, the Government of that other territory shall
not impose any form of taxation on dividends paid by the
company to persons not resident in that other territory, or any
tax in the nature of an undistributed profits tax on undistributed
profits of the company, by reason of the fact that those
dividends or undistributed profits represent, in whole or in
part, profits or income so derived.

4, Where—

(a) an enterprise of one of the territories participates
directly or indirectly in the management, control or capital
of an enterprise of the other territory, or
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(6) the same persons participate directly or indirectly
in the management, control or capital of an enterprise of one
of the territories and an enterprise of the other territory,
and

(c) in either case conditions are made or imposed
between. the two enterprises, in their commercial or financial
relations, which differ from those which would be made
between independent enterprises,

then any profits which would but for those conditions have
accrued to one of the enterprises but by reason of those
conditions have not so accrued may be included in the profits
of that enterprise and taxed accordingly.

5. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraphs 3 and 4,
profits which a resident of one of the territories derives frou
operating»ships or aireraft shall be exempt from tax in the
‘other territory.

6. (1) The rate of Canadian tax on income (other than
earned income) derived from sources within Canada by a
resident of the Presidency who is subject to the Presidential
tax in respect thereof and not engaged in trade or business. in
Canada through a permanent establishment situated therein,
shall not exceed 15 per cent.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of the foregoing,
sub-paragraph, -dividends paid to a company which is a resident
of the Presidency by a Canadian company, all of whose shares
(less director’s qualifying shares) which have under all
circumstances full voting rights are beneficially owned by the
former company shall be exempt from Canadian tax:

Provided that exemption shall not be allowed if ordinarily
more than one-quarter of the gross income of the Canadian
company is derived from interest and dividends other than
interest and dividends from any wholly-owned subsidiary
company.

(3) Income (other than earned income) derived from
sources within the Presidency by an individual who is a
resident of Canada, subject to Canadian tax in respect of the
income, and not engaged in trade or business in the Presidency
througb a permanent establishment situated therein, shall not
be liable to tax in the Presidency at a vate in excess of the
rate applicable to a company,
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7. Copyright royalties and other like payments made in
respect of the production or reproduction of any literary,
dramatic, musical or artistic work (but not including rents or
royalties in respect of motion picture films) and derived from
sources within one of the territories by a resident of the
other territory who is liable to tax in that other territory in
respect thereof and not engaged in trade or business im the
first-mentioned territory through a permanent establishment
situated therein, shall be exempt from tax in that first-
mentioned territory.

8. (1) Remuneration (other than pensions) paid by the
Government of one of the territories to any ‘individual for
services rendered, to that Government in the discharge of
governmental functions shall be exempt from tax in the terri-
tory of the other Government if the individual is not ordinarily
resident in that territory or is ordinarily resident in that
territory solely for the purpose of rendering those services.

(2) Any pension paid by the Government of one of the
territories to any individual for services rendered to that
Government in the discharge of governmental functions shall
be exempt from tax in the territory of the other Government,
if immediately prior to the cessation of those services the
remuneration therefor was exempt from tax in that territory,
whether under sub-paragraph (1) of this paragraph or other-
wise, or would have been exempt under that sub-paragraph if
the present Arrangement had been in force at the time when
the remuneration was paid.

(8) The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to
payments in respect of services rendered in connection with any |
trade. or business carried on by the Government of either of
the territories for purposes of profit.

9. (1) An individual who is a resident of the Presidency
shall be exempt from Canadian tax on profits or remuneration
in respect of personal (including professional) services per-
formed within Canada in any taxation year if—

(a) he is present within Canada for a period or
periods not exceeding in the aggregate 183 days during
that year, and

(b) the services are performed for or on behalf of a,
person resident in the Presidency, and

(c) the profits or remuneration are subject to Presi-
dential tax.
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(2) An individual who is a resident of Canada shall
be exempt from Presidential tax on profits or remuneration in
respect of personal (including professional) services performed

_’ within the Presidency in any year of assessment if—

(a) he is present within the Presidency for a period
or periods not exceeding in the aggregate 183 days during
that year, and ;

(6) the services are performed for or on behalf of a
person resident in Canada, and

(c) the profits or remuneration are subject to
Canadian tax. fi

(3) The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to the
profits or remuneration of public entertainers such as stage,
motion picture or radio artists, musicians and athletes.

10. (1) Any pension (other than a pension paid by the
Government of Canada for services rendered to it in the
discharge of governmental functions) and any annuity, derived
from. sources within Canada by an individual who is a resident
of the Presidency and subject to Presidential tax in respect
thereof, shall be exempt from Canadian tax.

(2) Any pension (other than a pension paid by the
‘Government of the Presidency for services rendered to it in
the discharge of governmental functions) and any annuity,
derived from sources within the Presidency by an individual
who is a resident of Canada and subject to Canadian tax in
respect thereof, shall be exempt-from Presidential tax.

(3) The term “annuity”. means a stated sum payable
periodically at stated times, during life or during a specified or
ascertainable period of time, under an obligation to make the
payments in consideration of money paid.

11. who reccives remuneration for teaching, during a period of
temporary residence not exceeding two years, at a university,
college, school or other educational institution in the other
territory, shall be exerapt from tax in that other territory in
respect of that remuneration.

12. A student or business apprentice from one of the

. territories who is receiving full-time education or training

in the other territory shall be exempt from tax in that other

territory on payments made to him by persons in the first-

mentioned territory. for the purposes of his maintenance,
education or training.
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13. (1) Subject to the provisions of the law of the
Presidency regarding the allowance as a credit against Presi-
dential tax of tax payable in a territory outside the Presidency,
Canadian tax payable, in respect of income from sources
within Canada shall be allowed as a credit against any
Presidential tax payable in respect of that income. Where
such income is an ordinary dividend paid by a Canadian debtor,
the credit shall take into account (in addition to any Canadian
income tax chargeable directly or by deduction in respect of
the dividend) the Canadian income tax payable in respect of
its profits by the company paying the dividend, and where it
is a dividend paid on. participating preference shares and
representing both a dividend at a fixed rate to which the
shares are entitled and an additional participation in profits, the
Canadian income tax so payable by the company shall likewise
be taken into account in so far as the dividend exceeds that
fixed rate.

(2) For the purposes of the foregoing sub-paragraph and
of the aforesaid provisions ofthe law of the Presidency, so
much of the tax chargeable under the law of Canada relating
to excess profits tax as is chargeable otherwise than by
reference to excess profits shall be treated as income tax and

not as excess profits tax.

(3) For the purposes of this paragraph profits or remu-
neration for personal (including professional) services performed
in one of the territories shall be deemed to be income from
sources within that territory, and the services of an individual
whose services are wholly or mainly performed in ships or
aircraft operated by a resident of one of the territories shall be
deemed to be performed in that territory.

14. (1) The taxation authorities of Canada and the
Presidency shall exchange such information (being information
available under their respective taxation laws) as is necessary
for carrying out the provisions of this Arrangement or for the
prevention of fraud or the administration of statutory provisions
against legal avoidance in relation to the taxes which are the
subject of this Arrangement. Any information so exchanged
shall be treated as seoret and shall not be disclosed to any persons
other than those concerned with the assessment and collection
of the taxes which are the subject of this Arrangement.
No information shall be exchanged which would disclose any
trade secret or trade process.
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(2) The taxation authorities of Canada and the Presidency

‘may consult together as may be necessary for the purpose of

carrying out the provisions of this Arrangement and, in
particular, the provisions of paragraphs 3 and 4.

(3) As used in this paragraph the term “ taxation authori-
ties” mean in the case of Canada, the Minister of National
Revenue or his authorised representative; in the case of the
Presidency the Income Tax Commissioners or their authorised
representative.

15. This Arrangement shall be deemed to have come into
force on the 26th day of September, 1951, and shall have-effect—

(a) in Canada ag respects income taxes, including
surtaxes, for the taxation year 1951 and subsequent
years, and as respects excess profits tax for any fiscal
period beginning on or after the first day of January, 1951,
and for the unexpired portion of any fiscal period current at
that date;

(b) in the Presidency, as respects income tax for the
year of assessment beginning on the first day of January,
1951, and for the subsequent years.

Made by the Governor in Council this iSth day of
January, 1952.

J. E. T. Roserts,
Clerk of the Council.

: ANTIGUA.
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by E. M, Brackman, Government Printer —By Anthority.
1952.
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“LEEWARD ISLANDS.
MONTSERRAT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 8.

Resonution. or THE LEGISLATIVE CounciIL or Monserrat
DATED JANUARY 23, 1952, MADE UNDER SECTION 15 oF
tue Cusroms Dutins Oxpinance, 1928, (No. 7/1928).

WHEREAS by section 15 of the Customs Duties Ordi-
nance, 1928, it is provided that the Legislative Council may
irom time to time by resolution increase, reduce, abolish or
otherwise alter the Customs duty leviable on any goods imported
in the Presidency:

AND WHEREAS this Council approves the extension to
the Presidency of the United Nations Educational, Scientitic
and Cultural Organisation’s Agreement ou the importation of
Educational, Scientific and Cultural materials approved by the
General Conference of the said United Nations Educational,
Scientific and Cultural Organisation during the fifth Béceioti
at Florence in 1950, (hereinafter referred to as the UNESCO
. Agreement):

BE IT, THEREFORE, RESOLVED as follows:—

All Customs duty shall be and is hereby abolished on the
educational, scientific and cultural materials listed in Schedules
A, B, ©, and D hereto where such materials are the product of
such States as are designated by the Governor by notice pub-
lished in the Gazette as being Contracting States to the
UNESCO Agreement; and subject to the conditions laid down
in the said Schedules:

Provided that the importation of any such material is ac-
companied by a certificate that such material is of an educa-
tional, scientific-or cultural character signed by or on behalf of
the inierar of Education of the United 1 Kingdom or by such
other body or person as may be designated for such purpose
by the Governor by notice pablisneds in the Grazetle,
a
SCHEDULE A.

Works oF ART AND Cocrgcrors’ Preces or AN EDUCATIONAL,
SCIENTIFIC OR CULTURAL CHARACTER.

(i) Paintings and drawings, including copies, execu-
ted entirely by hand, but excluding manufac-
. tured decorated wares.

(ii) Hand-printed impressions, produced from hand-
engraved or hand-etched blocks, plates or other
materials, and signed and numbered by the
artist.

fin Original works of art of statuary or sculpture,
whether in the round, in relief, or in intaglio,
excluding mass produced reproductions and
works of craftmanship of a commercial character.

(iv) Collectors’ pieces and objects of art consigned. to
public galleries, museums and other public insti-
tutions, approved by the Governor for the pur-
pose of duty-free entry of these types of articles
not intended for resale.

(v) Collections and collectors’ pieces in such scientific
fields as anatomy, zoology, botany, mineralogy,
paleontology, archeology and ethnography, not
intended for resale.

(vi) Antiques, being articles in excess of 100 years
of age.

®

SCHEDULE B.

VisuaL AND Aupirory Marertans or AN EpucaTional,
SCIENTIFIC. OR CULTURAL CHARACTER.

(i) Films, filmstrips, microfilms and slides, of an
educational scientific or cultural ch rracter, when
imported by organisations (including, at the
discretion of the Gov ernor, broadc: asting organi-
sations), approved by the Governor for “the pur-'
pose of duty-free admission of these types of
articles, exclusively for exhibition by these
organisations or by other public or private

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educational, scientific or cultural institutions or
societies approved by the aforesaid authorities. —

(ii) Newsreels (with or without sound track), depicting
events or current newes value at the time of
importation, and import in either negative form,
exposed and developed, or positive form, printed
and developed, when impcrted by organisations |

(including, at the discretion of the Governor,

broadcasting organisations) approved by the

Governor for the purpose of duty-free admission

of ‘such films, provided that free entry may be

limited to two copies of each subject for copying
purposes.

(iii) Sound recordings of an educational, sceintific or
cultural character for use exclusively in public
or private educational, scientific or cultural
institutions or societies (including, at the discre-
tion of the Governor, broadcasting organisations)
approved by the Governor for the purpose of
duty-free admission of these types of urticles.

(iv) Films, filmstrips, microfilms and sound recordings
of an educational, scientific or cultural character
produced by the United Nations or any of its
Specialized Agencies.

(v) Patterns, models and wall charts for use exclu-
sively for demonstrating and teaching purposes
in public or private educational, scientific: or
cultural institutions approved by the Governor
for the purpose of duty-free admission of these
types of articles.



SCHEDULE CG.

SctentrFic IysrRUMENTs OR APPARATUS.

Scientific instruments or apparatus, intented exclusively
for educational purposes or pure scientific research, provided:

(a) that such seientific instruments or apparatus are
consigned to public or private scientific or educational
institutions approved by the Governor for the purpose of
duty-free entry of these types of articles, and used under
the control and responsibility of these institutions;
4

(6) that instruments or apparatus of equivalent sci-
entific value are not being manufactured in the Presidency.

SCHEDULE D.
ARTICLES FOR THE BLInpD.

_ Articles specially designed for the educational, scientific or
cultural advancement, of the blind, which are imported directly
by institutions or organisations concerned with the welfare of
the blind, approved by the Governor for thé purpose of duty-
free entry of these types of articles.

Passed the Legislative Council this 23rd day of January,
1952. ‘

J. E. T. Rozerts,
Clerk of the Council.

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by E.M, BLACKMAN, Government Printer,— By Authovity.
1952,
25/00001--420-—3,52, Price 6 cents,
LEEWARD ISLANDS.
MONTSERRAT.

SEAT UTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1952, No. 4.

ResonutTion on THE LxeGIsLaTIvVE Counci, oF MONTSERRAT
DATED JANUARY, 23, 1952, MADE UNDER SECTION 15 OF
rue Oustoms .Dutres OrDINANCE, 1928, (No. 7/1928).



WHEREAS by section 15 of the Customs Duties Ordi-
nance, 1928, it is provided that the Leyislative Council may
from time to time by resolution increase, reduce, abolish or
otherwise alter the Customs duty leviable on any goods imported
in the Presidency;

AND WHEREAS it is expedient to abolish the Customs’
duty leviable upon challenge cups and trophies for competition
by approved sporting clubs.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the
Second Schedule to the Customs Duties Ordinance, 1928, shall
have effect as if after article 40 thereof there were inserted the
following article: —

AOA. Sporting Competition Tropatrs:— Chal-
lenge Cups or Trophies for competition by any Sporting
Club approved by the Governor-in-Council.

Passed the Legislative Council this 23rd day of January,
1952.
J, FH.o Tl.) Roprers,
Clerk of the Couneil.

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1952.
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Y

\
LEEWARD ISLANDS.
: MONTSERRAT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 5.

Tur Porters aND BoaTMEN (Fres) (AMENDMENT) ReGuLaTions, 1952,
DATED JANUARY 18, 1952, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL
UNDER SEcTIoN 12 or THE PorTERS AND BOATMEN ORDINANCE, 1918,

(No. 8/1918).



1. Short Title. These Regulations may be cited as the Porters
and Boatmen (Fees) (Amendment) Regutations, 1952.

The Porters and Boatmen (Fees) Regulations, 1943 (S. R. & O.
1943, No. 2) are hereinafter referred to as the Principal Regulations,

2. Substitution of Schedule to Principal Regulations.
The Principal Regulations are hereby amended by the substitution for
the Schedule thereto of the following:—

SCHEDULE.
ParT I.

Porterage Rates.

Ttem. Article. Rate from Warehouse
to any place in town.
1. Puncheons (for loading or unloading) «n Jo2e, each
2. Hogsheads ee O Cah.
3. Half-bags (100 Ibs. each) Recrtty ACey Bas
4, Bags of Rice (180 lbs. each) queen Chena,
5. Bags (cwt) Ae SC ke.
6 » (salt, over 2 cwt) : epee CNL
7. Casks (fish) ners» pallor sy. :
8. Barrels (wet) see SMS = | oy
io; = (dry) Pelle 3
10. Cartons (Biscuits) cota Che oe
_ 11. Cement (Drums) ne Miah 2 Ce iicss
12 ee (bags) ne Ce ony
13. Bales (20—25 ft.) by dray ... 30c. each way
14. » (20—25 ft.) by truck unloading - ee OUC
ts » (20—25 ft.) by truck loading el cs
16. Soap (50 Ib. boxes) Eoin OC neacn
17. -Kerosene (cases) Dee Cuea,:

18. Petrol (cases) eyo Cues
2

Porterage Rates—(cont’d.)

Item. Article. ‘ Rate from We arehouse
‘to any place in town.

19. Kerosene (drums) ; ... 24¢. each

20. Petrol (drums) Dee rato k Cons

Piles Ee apraavine oil (drums) Boe uaa hae

is ,, (carton or pail) i Mash Te OC cae hs

23. ahinber (pitch pine) ... $8.00: per 1000 ec. ft.

24. ey (white pine & Douglas Fir) eee. 2500) oe, LOOUE che ite

25, MY (hard wood)» ... $4,00 ., 1000 c. ft.

26. ‘ (shingles Wallaba) ... :60c. per 10V0

Bis Cred other) ... 40c. per 1000

28. Mer chandise, not otherwise ee ... Te. per 100 lbs. weight

or 14.c. per 5c. ft.

measurement not ex-

ceeding 2 tons weight

or measurement,
Empty Packages.

29. Barrels hee eo eyneaGh
| 30. Oil and Petroleum Drums Wea Ge tee
BBL Cagks) Pea aoe
32.- Puncheons Peek Opene
Personal Baggage.
33. Basket (not over 50 Ibs.) ee ve Gecmet,
34. » (over 50 Ibs.) Bret LO Crass
35. Carton (not over 50 Ibs.) Seer
36. hs (over 50 ibs.) PS RSME Ea,
37. Cabin Trunks Ase,
38. Wardrobe Trunks poe SOX Pe
39. Suitcase ; Bee Wea ChiT iss
PART HS
Lighterage or Boatage Rates.

1. Puncheons .» 60c. each

2. Hogsheads tenis oUGr yas

3. Casks Leen OC ES,

4, Barrels (wet) ean AOC OnIGy:

Dé Ay (bene) EEE DOG Ey t

6. Half-bags (LOO lbs.) sath Teo.Gra et

7. Bales (20-—25 c. ft.) Set @ tees}

8. Kerosene (Cases) Mes yO CRESS

9, Petrol (Cases) Deh OCHO,
10. Kerosene (drums) Lene nites
11. Petrol (drums) MMO OCI ites
12. Lubricating Oil (drums) Pen Cea
13. Edible Oil foeh OUCE
14. Lumber (White pine, spruce, Douglas Fir) .. $2.70 per 1000 c, ft.
15. » (pitch pine) ... $4.00 per 1000 c. ft.
16. Shingles (Wallaba) ... $2.60 per 1000
Hee “ ‘(other kind) ... $2.60 per 1000
18. Hardwood (short lengths or light weight) ... $5.00 per 1000 c. ft.

19, Vs (long lengths or heavy weight) we $5.00 ,, 1000 c.f,
3

Lighterage or Boatage Rates—(ooni’d.)

Item. Article.

20. Shooks (exclusive of heads)

al. “ (heads in bundles)

22. Building Lime

23. Vegetables and Fruits in lugs

24. Cotton Seed ete.

25. Cargo not otherwise specified (including

porterage

26. (i) Barrels
(ii) Casks or Hogsheads
(iii) Puncheons
(iv) Oil and Petrol drums

. Rate from Withee
to any place in town.
$2.00 per ton

$2.00 per ton

$2.00 per ton

12c. including porterage
$1.80 per ton

$2.00 per ton

Empty Packages.

LaspeRGOCe
eles
14c.

12c.

Notr.—All Packages of 2 tons and over/weight or measuremeut by arrangement,

each
each
each
each

Conveyance in a Boat between Wharf or Beach and any Vessel.

27. Adults, each way
28. Children, each way

29. Per package not exceeding 3 cubic ft. each way 24c.

30. 99 99
Ole Cabin Trunks a

32. Wardrobe Trunks over 8 cubic ft. each way

33. Parcels under 1 cubic ft.,

a person for whose conveyance achargeismade... 4c.

ten Destination.

1. Carrs Bay and Little Bay
2. O’Garra’s

3. Sweeney’s Well

4, Bunkum River

5. Isles Bay
6. Germans Bay
7., Fox Bay ~

|

32c.
l6c.

Personal Baggage.

5 ” ” ” ” 36c.
8 ” ” ” 48c.
$1.00
brought in a boat by
each
‘PART III.
Carriage Rates.
Rate.

Four times the rates specified in Part II. .
Four times the rate specified in Part II.
Six times the rate specified in Part II.
Three and a half times the rate speci-
fied in Part II.
Three times the rate specified in Part IT.
‘Three times the rate specified iu Part IT.
Two and ahalf times the rate epeaey
in Part IT.

Made by the thet a in Council this 18th day of January, 1952."

J. KE. T. Roperts,
Clerk of the Council.

ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,

by E. M. BuackMAN, Government Printer.—By Authority.

70100034—450—3.52,

1952,

Price 5 cents,
LEEWARD ISLANDS.
MONTSERRAT.

“STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 6. 4 : }

Orper is Counci. patTrep January 18, 1952, makine RoeEs
FOR GOVERNMENT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS SCHOLARSHIPS.

1. Short Title. These Rules may be cited as the
Government Elementary Schools Scholarships (Amendment)
Rules, 1952, and shall be read as one with the Government
Elementary Schools Scholarships Kules, 1940 (S. R. & O.
19140 No. 1), as amended, hereinafter referred to as the Princi-
pal Rules:—

2. Amendment. The Principal Rules are hereby
- amended by the deletion of Rule 4 and the substitution therefor
of the following: —

4. QUALIFICATION OF CANDIDATES. Candidates must
be certified by their Head Teachers as having been for at
least three years prior to the date of the examination bona fide
pupils of an elementary school in Montserrat, and must not
have passed their twelfth birthday on the 31st day of
December in the year when such examination is held.

Made by the Governor in Council this 18th day of January,
1952;
J. HK. T. Roperts,
Clerk of the Counetl,

ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office. Leeward Islands.
by E. M. BLacKMAN, Government Printer.—By Authority.
1952;
28/00097—430—3.52. Price 3 cents