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THE



VOL ALEXX.



GAZETTE
Bublished by Authority.





THURSDAY, 38rp APRIL, 1952

No. 16.





Notices,
































In pursuance eat Her Majesty’s com-
mands, His Excellency the Governor
has been pleased to cause Letters

Seal of the Colony of the Leeward
Islands appointing Sir CLEMENT
MALONE, O.B.E., to be one of Her
Majesty’s Counsel for the Leeward
Islands.

The Secretariat,

Antigua.
27th Mareh, 1952.

aE a86.

His Hononr CHARLESWORTH Ross,
Commissioner of Montserrat, left the
Presidency today on Overseas leave.

Commissioner’s O ffice,
Montserrat, :
8th March, 1952.
Ref, No. P, F..17.



The Hon. RANDALL HIPPOLYTE
LOCKHART, Crown Attorney, Senior
Member of the Executive Council,
Montserrat, has this day taken the
preseribed Oaths and assumed the
Administration of the Government of
the Presidency of Montserrat in accord-
ance with the provisions of Article 6
of the Leeward Islands Letters Patent
dated 17th day of November, 1936, as
amended, until further notice.

By Command,

J. E. T. ROBERTS,
Clerk to the Commissioner.

Commissioner’s Office,
Montserrat,
9th Mareh, 1952.

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

to act as Additional
March 7

ATHILL, 8S. L.,
Magistrate, Antigua.

Dias, B. F., Additional Magistrate,
“A” & “B”, Antigua. March 7

Louisy, A. F. L., Magistrate, Antigua,
to act as Magistrate, District “I”
and Crown Attorney Montserrat.

March 9

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LHgIL

Patent to be passed under the Public.

Antigua to act as Magistrate Districts —

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.

No. 36.

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:—

Leeward Islands.

No. 20 of 1949, ‘‘ The Appropriation
(1950) Act, 1949.”

0. 2 of 1951, “‘ The Supplementary
Appropriation (1950) Act, 1951.”
St. Kitts-Nevis and Anguilla.

No. 11 of 1951, ‘The Explosives
Ordinance, 1951.”

.

Montserrat.

No. 2 of 1952, ‘The Cotton Export

Duty (Amendment) Ordinance, 1952.”

Virgin Islands.

No. 1 of 1952, “The Supplemen-
tary Appropriation (1949) Ordinance,
Geile

No. 2 of 1952, The Supplemen-
tary Appropriation (1950) Ordinance,
NL.

INOmonO elo 2a nhe Pap RED
Ordinance, 1952.”

No. 37.

The following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with this Gazette
and form part thereof: —

General Government.

No. 6 of 1952, “The Trading with
the Enemy (Custodian) Order, 1952.”

No.7 of 1952, *The Importation
and Exportation of Notes (Exemp-
tion) (Amendment) Order, 1952.”

GAZETTE INDEX.

The Index to Vol. LXXIX of the
Leeward Island Gazette for the year
1951, is circulated with this issue.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
ANTIGUA, 8th February, 1952.

PEPSODENT LIMITED of St.
Bridget’s House, Bridgewell Place,
London E. C. 4. England, have applied
for Registation of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:— .

CHLORODENT

in class 48 that is to say “Perfumery”
(including toilet ar ticles, preparations
for the teeth and hair and perfumed
soap).

The Applicants claim that they have
never used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods before the
date of their said Application.

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

(VIRGIN ISLANDS CIROUIT).

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, His Lordship the Chief
Justice has. appointed the day of the
month on which the ensuing Circuit
Court shall sit as follows, that igs to
say :-—

The Virgin Islands Circuit on
Wednesday the 30th day of April,
1952, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon.

Dated the 15th day: of March, 1952.

A. R. MEADE,
Acting Chief Registrar.



Slum Clearance and Housing
Ordinance, 1948,
Garlings Land Slum Clearance
Scheme.

Notice is hereby given that the
Governor in Council has approved the
above-named scheme, (the submission
of which was pnauenes on 24th Sep-
tember, 1951).



76 . THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

A copy of the plan and particulars
of the Scheme will be opened- for
inspection at tlhe Office of the Central
Housing & Planning Authority, High
Street, St John’s, between the hours
of 10 am. and 3 p.m. daily (except
on Thursdays and Saturdays when
the hours will be from 10 am. to
11 a.m.)

Dated this 19th day of March, 1952.

R. 8. Byron,
Sor Secretary and Executive Officer
Central Authority.

Publications issued from the
Government Printing Office,
Leeward Islands.

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.

Antigua.

No. 8 of 1952, ““'The Income. Tax .

(Double Taxation Relief) (Canada)
Order, 1952. 9 pp Price 11e.

[3 April, 1952.
RAINFALL FIGURES.

Central Experiment Station,





Antigua.
1948. 1949. 1950. 1951. 1952
Jan. 2°82 150 5°41. 3°60 2°41
Feb. Gi PHO OM A RL,
Mar.29 189 6°48 147 1°09 1°37
5°30 9°05 9°40 6°57 5°38









Colony of the Leeward Islands.

Registry oF Trirves.

Date of Request.

12th March,
1952.



Person presenting.

Jane Amelia Crump of Rodney
Street, in the City of Saint
John, in the Island of Antigua, |
by Messrs. Hewlett & Francis
her Solicitors.

PRESIDENCY OF ANTIGUA.
Title by Registration Act.

SCHEDULE OF APPLICATION
For Certificate of Title, and Notings ther

March, 1952.

)

follows:—



ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.

eon, and caveats, for the week ending the 29th day of

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

| Certificate of Title, for Art THav piece or parcel
of land situate in Ovals, and bounded as

| On the East by lands of Harney on the West by
lands of Wiittams on the North by Rodney
Street, on the South by lands of Brnsamin and -
containing by admeasurement from North to
South Fifty feet (50’) and from Kast to West
Forty feet (40’).



Dated the 28th day of March, 1952.

A. R. Means,
Acting Registrar of Titles.



3 April, 1952. J THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 77

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
Antigua, 20th February, 1952.
GALLAGHER & BURTON, INC. of Green Lane, Bristol, Pensylvania, United States of
America have applied for Registration of one Trade Mark consisting of the followmg:—

Â¥



GALLAGHER-BURTONS

in class 48, that is to say: Alcholic Beverages, especially whisky.

The Applicants claim jhat they have used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods
for more than 10 years before the: date ot their said Application.

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

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

TT

i ORDER OF COMPETENT AUTHORITY.

Order made by the Competent Authority for the Presidency of Antigua under Regulation 50
of the Defence Regulations, 1939, as having effect by virtue of the Supplies and Services
(Transitional Powers) Act, 1945, the Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers) (Colonies
ete.) Order in Council, 1946, (Imp.) ‘the Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers)
Order, 1946, and the Supplies and Services Continuance Order, 1951 (Imp.).

No. 5 of 1952.
DEFENCE REGULATIONS, 1939.



1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Control of Prices (Amendment No. 5)
Order, 1952, and shall be read together with the Control of Prices Order, 1944 (No. 9 of 1944), as
amended, hereinafter referred to as the Principal Order.

9, Amendment. List “A” of Part I of the Schedule to the Principal Order is hereby
amended by the deletion of sub-item 4 (a) and the substitution therefor of the sub-item bearing @ .
similar number as set out in the Schedule hereto.
A, SCHEDULE.
Part 1
’ANTIGUA.
List “ A”—Foodstufis, ete.



Item. Article. 2 Wholesale Price. Retail Price.



4, Meal—
(a) Cornmeal (U.S.A.) ...| $11.48 per bag of 98 Ib. 14c. per lb.





Dated the 2nd day of April, 1952.
R. St. J. O. Wayne,
Administrator,
Competent Authority.





: s ANTIGUA. ‘
Printed at the Government Printing Office. Leeward Tslands, by E. M. BLACKMAN,
Government Printer—By Authority
1952.
[ Price 16 cents.]





STATUTORY RULES AND o\ iss. oy
1952, No. 6. Pe



TRADING WITH THE ENEMY.

THe TRADING wITH THE Enemy (Cusropian) OrpErR, 1952,
DATED Marcu 24, 1952, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN
PURSUANCE OF THE POWERS CONFERRED UPON HIM BY
REGULATION 8 or THE DeFENcE (TRADING WITH THE
Enemy) Reeunations, 1939, AND ALL OTHER POWERS
ENABLING HIM IN THAT BEHALF.



1, Citation. This Order may be cited as the ae
with the Enemy (Custodian) Order, 1952.

The Defence (Trading with the Enemy) Regulations, 19389,
are hereinafter referred to as “ the Regulations”’.

2. Interpretation. (1) The Interpretation of Laws
Act (Cap. 103) shall apply to the interpretation of this Order
as it applies to the interpretation of an Act.

(2) For the purposes of this Order the following expres-
sions shall have the following meanings—

“enemy”? means—

(i) the Japanese State or the Sovereign thereof,

(1) any individual resident in Japan,

(iii) any body of persons constituted or incorporated
under the laws of Japan,

(iv) any body of persons (whether corporate or unin-
corporate) carrying on business in any place, if
and so long as the body is controlled by any State,
individual or ,body of persons as aforesaid, and

(v) as respects any business carried on in Japan any
individual or body of persons (whether corporate
or unincorporate) carrying on that business
in Japan;

“enemy subject” means an individual who, not being
“4 either a British subject or a British protected person,
ossesses Japanese nationality and is ‘resident in

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; \ i ;
Germany, Bulgaria, Hungary, Roumania, Italy or
Austria;
“ Japan” means all territory which was under Japanese
sovereignty on the 7th December, 1941;
* property” has the same meaning as that assigned to it
in regulation 8 of the Regulations;

“ securities’? means annuities, stock, shares, bonds,
coupons, debentures or debenture stock registered
or inscribed in any register, branch register or other

. “(NX 5 3
book kept in the Colony or transferable by delivery -
of any document situate in the Colony;

‘ Vesting Order” has the same meaning as that assigned
to it in paragraph 3 of the Trading with the Enemy
(Custodian) Order, 1940.

3. Rights and things vesting in Custodian.
Without prejudice to the effect of any Order made by the
Governor prior to the date of this Order and save as hereinafter
otherwise provided, there shall vest in the Custodian—

(a) the beneficial interest of any enemy or enemy
subject in any property belongipg to or held or managed
on behalf of an enemy or an enemy subject at the date of
this Order consisting of securities or being property
existing by virtue of any will, settlement, trust, intestacy
‘or of any contract or agreement of any kind whatsoever;

()) without prejudice to the generality of the fore-
going subparagraph, the right to receive—

(i) any monies payable presently or at any future
time in respect of any such property as aforesaid;

(ii) any dividends, bonus or interest payable presently
or at any future time in respect of any such
securities as aforesaid and in respect of any
securities comprised in any Vesting Order made
prior to the date of this Order; and

(iii) any monies payable presently or at any future
time in respect of any such securities as are
mentioned in (ii) hereof upon redemption or on
maturity or upon such securities being drawn
for payment or otherwise.

4. Exception. There shall be -excepted from the
vesting to be effected by this Order—

(a) any estate or interest in land;



3

(6) any property which has come into the ownership
of any a sons. by reason of any trade authorised generally
or specia lly by or by any person authorised in that behalf
by the Governor;

(c) any property which at an) time after the 2nd day
of February, 1948 has come into ihe ownership of any
individual who, not being either a British subject or a
British protected person, possesses Japanese nationality
and is resident in Bulgaria, Hungary, Roumania or Italy;

(d) any property in respect of which any licence,
consent or authority has been given under the Regulations
or any Order made thereunder; and

(e) any right or interest the vesting of which in the
Custodian would cause forfeiture or ‘determination of
such right or interest.

5. Payment to other person authorised by
Governor. © Nothing in this Order shall be taken to require
payment to the Custodian of any money, the payment of which
is authorised to some other person under an authority given
generally or specially by or by any person authorised in that
behalf by the Governor.

6. Rights and powers of Custodian. The
Custodian shall have the following rights and powers with
regard to the property and monies referred to in paragraph 3 of
this Order namely:—

(a) to sell or otherwise dispose of and transter any
such property as aforesaid;

(6) to give a receipt or other effective discharge
for any monies or other property payable or transferable
to the Custodian in consequence of this Order;

(c) to recover and sue for any such monies or
property as aforesaid and to enforce the due execution of
any trusts or the due administration of any estate or the
performance of any such contract or agreement as afore-
said and any rights relating thereto and for that purpose
to begin and prosecute or discontinue legal proceedings and
to instruct Solicitors and Counsel;

(d) to compromise any matter and.to accept any
composition or any payment or transfer on account;

(e) to employ and pay such agents as the Gisodian
shall think fit to employ;



d

(f) to sign, seal and deliver and execute any deed
or other document in connection with any such matters
as aforesaid;

(g) generally to do any act or thing that may be
necessary or proper for reducing to possession, recovering,
or protecting any such property and monies as aforesaid
er for enforcing or making effective and complete the
vesting effected by this Order and carrying out the powers,
rights and duties of the Custodian in connection’ with
the same.

7. Manner of payment. In cases in which prior
to the date of this Order money would, but for the existence
of a state of war, have been payable in a foreign currency to
or for the benefit of a person who was an enemy, that money
shall be paid to the Custodian at the rate of exchange provided
by paragraph 2 (4) (d) of the Trading with the Enemy
(Custodian) Order, 1940, and in cases in which money becomes
payable in a foreign currency to the Custodian after the date
of this Order (except in cases in which the money is payable
under a contract in. which provision is made for a specified
rate of exchange) that money shall be paid in English currency
at the middle official rate of exchange fixed by the Bank of
England on the date on which the payment becomes due to
the Custodian as aforesaid or the middle rate of exchange for
telegraphic transfers in London on that date or if there was
no such rate on that date at such rate as the Governor may
determine as appropriate for ascertaining the value in English
currency of the money payable on that date:

Provided that if the money would be payable in a foreign
currency (not being enemy currency) and the person by whom
the money is payable to the Custodian is able to make immediate
payment in that foreign currency (otherwise than in notes or
coin) payment shall be made either in that foreign currency
or in English currency converted at the official buying rate of
exchange fixed by the Bank of England as the Custodian
may require.

In this paragraph—

(i) the expression ‘“ English currency ” includes any
West Indian dollar currency which is made legal
tender by virtue of any law relating to currency
in force in the Colony,

(ii) the expression ‘“ foreign currency” means any

~ currency other than English currency, and

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(iii) the expression “enemy currency” means the
currency of any area under the sovereignty of
a power with whom Her Majesty is at war at
at the date of this Order.

8. Reimbursement to Custodian. Out-of-pocket
payments duly made by the Custodian in relation to the
receiving, collecting, vesting, management, holding or disposing
of property which is the subject of this Order shall be
reimbursed to the Custodian out of such property or out of
the proceeds thereof and shall be chargeable accordingly.

9. Attachments, transfer, proceedings, etc.
(a) Any property which is the subject of this Order
shall not be liable to be attached or otherwise taken: in
execution.
(b) No person shall without the consent of the
Governor save as directed by this Order transfer part with
or otherwise deal with any such property as aforesaid.

(c) The Custodian, acting under a general or special
direction of the Governor, may at any time pay over any
particular money paid to him under this Order or transfer.
any particular property vested in him by this Order to or
for the benefit of the person who would have been entitled
thereto but for the operation of the Regulations or any
Order made thereunder or to any person appearing to the
Custodian to be authorised by such person to receive
the same.

10. Powers exercisable. The Custodian shall
exercise all the powers conferred on him by this Order in such
manner as he may from time to time be directed by the
Governor and subject to any such direction as he may from
time to time think fit.

Dated this 24th day of March 1952.

K. W. BiackpurNe,
Governor.



EXPLANATORY NOTE.

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

This Order vests in the Custodian certain enemy property
and the right to receive certain monies. The enemy property



6

comprises certain securities and property existing by virtue of
any will, settlement, trust, intestacy, contract or agreement.
The monies, the right to receive which is vested by this
Order, comprise those payable in respect'of such property as
is referred to above and those payable in respect of securities
already vested in the Custodian including proceeds of redeemed
securities, drawn bonds, etc.

The Order affects property and monies of the Japanese
State, individuals and bodies of persons resident or carrying
on business in Japan, those controlled by such persons, and
certain enemy subjects of Japanese nationality resident in
Germany, Bulgaria, Hungary, Roumania, Italy or Austria.

Trade as already authorised and money and _ property
arising in consequence thereof is not affected by the present
Order.



ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leewurd Islands,
by E. M. BLACKMAN, Government Printer.—By Authority.
1952,
47/00110—420—4,52, ; Price 8 cents,



LEEWARD ISLANDS.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952,No. 7.

» DEFENCE FINANCE.

Tue [MportatTion and Exportation or Notes (EXEMPTION)
(AMENDMENT) ORDER, 1952, pareD Marcu 29, 1952,
MADE BY THE GOVERNOR UNDER’ REGULATIONS 6 AND 8 OF
THE DEFENCE (Finance) ReGuLaTions, 1942, as HAVING
EFFECT BY VIRTUE OF THE SUPPLIES /AND SERVICES
(Transirionat Powers) Act, 1945, (ImpeRIaL) THE
Suppiies AND Services (TRansittonat Powers) (Coxo-
NIES ETC.) ORDER IN Councin, 1946, (ImpERiAL) THE Sup-
PLIES AND SERVICES (TRANSITIONAL PowrErs) ORDER,
19t6, anD THE SUPPLIES AND SERVICES (CONTINUANCE)
OrpEr, 1951, (IMpertar).

l. Citation. This Order may be cited as the Impor-
tation and Exportation of Notes (Exemption) (Amendment)
Order, 1952, and shall be read as one with the Importation and
Exportation of Notes (Exemption) Order, 1947 (S.R. & O.
1947 No. 6) as amended, hereinafter called the Principal Order.

2. Amendment. Sub-paragraph (1) of paragraph 2
of the Principal Order is hereby amended by the substitution of
the words “five pounds” for the words “ten pounds”
wherever those words occur therein.

Dated this 29th day of March 1952.

K. W. BracxsurnE,
Governor.

ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BuackMAN Government !’rinter.—By Authority.
1952.
C. 31/00007—420—4.52. Price 3 cents.







Publication Not Available

Supplement to
Leeward Islands Gazette
v. 80 no. 16, April 3, 1952

Index to volume 79 of the Leeward
Islands Gazette for the year 1951



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THE



VOL ALEXX.



GAZETTE
Bublished by Authority.





THURSDAY, 38rp APRIL, 1952

No. 16.





Notices,
































In pursuance eat Her Majesty’s com-
mands, His Excellency the Governor
has been pleased to cause Letters

Seal of the Colony of the Leeward
Islands appointing Sir CLEMENT
MALONE, O.B.E., to be one of Her
Majesty’s Counsel for the Leeward
Islands.

The Secretariat,

Antigua.
27th Mareh, 1952.

aE a86.

His Hononr CHARLESWORTH Ross,
Commissioner of Montserrat, left the
Presidency today on Overseas leave.

Commissioner’s O ffice,
Montserrat, :
8th March, 1952.
Ref, No. P, F..17.



The Hon. RANDALL HIPPOLYTE
LOCKHART, Crown Attorney, Senior
Member of the Executive Council,
Montserrat, has this day taken the
preseribed Oaths and assumed the
Administration of the Government of
the Presidency of Montserrat in accord-
ance with the provisions of Article 6
of the Leeward Islands Letters Patent
dated 17th day of November, 1936, as
amended, until further notice.

By Command,

J. E. T. ROBERTS,
Clerk to the Commissioner.

Commissioner’s Office,
Montserrat,
9th Mareh, 1952.

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

to act as Additional
March 7

ATHILL, 8S. L.,
Magistrate, Antigua.

Dias, B. F., Additional Magistrate,
“A” & “B”, Antigua. March 7

Louisy, A. F. L., Magistrate, Antigua,
to act as Magistrate, District “I”
and Crown Attorney Montserrat.

March 9

gas: 724)

LHgIL

Patent to be passed under the Public.

Antigua to act as Magistrate Districts —

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.

No. 36.

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:—

Leeward Islands.

No. 20 of 1949, ‘‘ The Appropriation
(1950) Act, 1949.”

0. 2 of 1951, “‘ The Supplementary
Appropriation (1950) Act, 1951.”
St. Kitts-Nevis and Anguilla.

No. 11 of 1951, ‘The Explosives
Ordinance, 1951.”

.

Montserrat.

No. 2 of 1952, ‘The Cotton Export

Duty (Amendment) Ordinance, 1952.”

Virgin Islands.

No. 1 of 1952, “The Supplemen-
tary Appropriation (1949) Ordinance,
Geile

No. 2 of 1952, The Supplemen-
tary Appropriation (1950) Ordinance,
NL.

INOmonO elo 2a nhe Pap RED
Ordinance, 1952.”

No. 37.

The following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with this Gazette
and form part thereof: —

General Government.

No. 6 of 1952, “The Trading with
the Enemy (Custodian) Order, 1952.”

No.7 of 1952, *The Importation
and Exportation of Notes (Exemp-
tion) (Amendment) Order, 1952.”

GAZETTE INDEX.

The Index to Vol. LXXIX of the
Leeward Island Gazette for the year
1951, is circulated with this issue.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
ANTIGUA, 8th February, 1952.

PEPSODENT LIMITED of St.
Bridget’s House, Bridgewell Place,
London E. C. 4. England, have applied
for Registation of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:— .

CHLORODENT

in class 48 that is to say “Perfumery”
(including toilet ar ticles, preparations
for the teeth and hair and perfumed
soap).

The Applicants claim that they have
never used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods before the
date of their said Application.

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

(VIRGIN ISLANDS CIROUIT).

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, His Lordship the Chief
Justice has. appointed the day of the
month on which the ensuing Circuit
Court shall sit as follows, that igs to
say :-—

The Virgin Islands Circuit on
Wednesday the 30th day of April,
1952, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon.

Dated the 15th day: of March, 1952.

A. R. MEADE,
Acting Chief Registrar.



Slum Clearance and Housing
Ordinance, 1948,
Garlings Land Slum Clearance
Scheme.

Notice is hereby given that the
Governor in Council has approved the
above-named scheme, (the submission
of which was pnauenes on 24th Sep-
tember, 1951).
76 . THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

A copy of the plan and particulars
of the Scheme will be opened- for
inspection at tlhe Office of the Central
Housing & Planning Authority, High
Street, St John’s, between the hours
of 10 am. and 3 p.m. daily (except
on Thursdays and Saturdays when
the hours will be from 10 am. to
11 a.m.)

Dated this 19th day of March, 1952.

R. 8. Byron,
Sor Secretary and Executive Officer
Central Authority.

Publications issued from the
Government Printing Office,
Leeward Islands.

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.

Antigua.

No. 8 of 1952, ““'The Income. Tax .

(Double Taxation Relief) (Canada)
Order, 1952. 9 pp Price 11e.

[3 April, 1952.
RAINFALL FIGURES.

Central Experiment Station,





Antigua.
1948. 1949. 1950. 1951. 1952
Jan. 2°82 150 5°41. 3°60 2°41
Feb. Gi PHO OM A RL,
Mar.29 189 6°48 147 1°09 1°37
5°30 9°05 9°40 6°57 5°38









Colony of the Leeward Islands.

Registry oF Trirves.

Date of Request.

12th March,
1952.



Person presenting.

Jane Amelia Crump of Rodney
Street, in the City of Saint
John, in the Island of Antigua, |
by Messrs. Hewlett & Francis
her Solicitors.

PRESIDENCY OF ANTIGUA.
Title by Registration Act.

SCHEDULE OF APPLICATION
For Certificate of Title, and Notings ther

March, 1952.

)

follows:—



ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.

eon, and caveats, for the week ending the 29th day of

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

| Certificate of Title, for Art THav piece or parcel
of land situate in Ovals, and bounded as

| On the East by lands of Harney on the West by
lands of Wiittams on the North by Rodney
Street, on the South by lands of Brnsamin and -
containing by admeasurement from North to
South Fifty feet (50’) and from Kast to West
Forty feet (40’).



Dated the 28th day of March, 1952.

A. R. Means,
Acting Registrar of Titles.
3 April, 1952. J THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 77

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
Antigua, 20th February, 1952.
GALLAGHER & BURTON, INC. of Green Lane, Bristol, Pensylvania, United States of
America have applied for Registration of one Trade Mark consisting of the followmg:—

Â¥



GALLAGHER-BURTONS

in class 48, that is to say: Alcholic Beverages, especially whisky.

The Applicants claim jhat they have used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods
for more than 10 years before the: date ot their said Application.

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

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

TT

i ORDER OF COMPETENT AUTHORITY.

Order made by the Competent Authority for the Presidency of Antigua under Regulation 50
of the Defence Regulations, 1939, as having effect by virtue of the Supplies and Services
(Transitional Powers) Act, 1945, the Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers) (Colonies
ete.) Order in Council, 1946, (Imp.) ‘the Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers)
Order, 1946, and the Supplies and Services Continuance Order, 1951 (Imp.).

No. 5 of 1952.
DEFENCE REGULATIONS, 1939.



1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Control of Prices (Amendment No. 5)
Order, 1952, and shall be read together with the Control of Prices Order, 1944 (No. 9 of 1944), as
amended, hereinafter referred to as the Principal Order.

9, Amendment. List “A” of Part I of the Schedule to the Principal Order is hereby
amended by the deletion of sub-item 4 (a) and the substitution therefor of the sub-item bearing @ .
similar number as set out in the Schedule hereto.
A, SCHEDULE.
Part 1
’ANTIGUA.
List “ A”—Foodstufis, ete.



Item. Article. 2 Wholesale Price. Retail Price.



4, Meal—
(a) Cornmeal (U.S.A.) ...| $11.48 per bag of 98 Ib. 14c. per lb.





Dated the 2nd day of April, 1952.
R. St. J. O. Wayne,
Administrator,
Competent Authority.





: s ANTIGUA. ‘
Printed at the Government Printing Office. Leeward Tslands, by E. M. BLACKMAN,
Government Printer—By Authority
1952.
[ Price 16 cents.]


STATUTORY RULES AND o\ iss. oy
1952, No. 6. Pe



TRADING WITH THE ENEMY.

THe TRADING wITH THE Enemy (Cusropian) OrpErR, 1952,
DATED Marcu 24, 1952, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN
PURSUANCE OF THE POWERS CONFERRED UPON HIM BY
REGULATION 8 or THE DeFENcE (TRADING WITH THE
Enemy) Reeunations, 1939, AND ALL OTHER POWERS
ENABLING HIM IN THAT BEHALF.



1, Citation. This Order may be cited as the ae
with the Enemy (Custodian) Order, 1952.

The Defence (Trading with the Enemy) Regulations, 19389,
are hereinafter referred to as “ the Regulations”’.

2. Interpretation. (1) The Interpretation of Laws
Act (Cap. 103) shall apply to the interpretation of this Order
as it applies to the interpretation of an Act.

(2) For the purposes of this Order the following expres-
sions shall have the following meanings—

“enemy”? means—

(i) the Japanese State or the Sovereign thereof,

(1) any individual resident in Japan,

(iii) any body of persons constituted or incorporated
under the laws of Japan,

(iv) any body of persons (whether corporate or unin-
corporate) carrying on business in any place, if
and so long as the body is controlled by any State,
individual or ,body of persons as aforesaid, and

(v) as respects any business carried on in Japan any
individual or body of persons (whether corporate
or unincorporate) carrying on that business
in Japan;

“enemy subject” means an individual who, not being
“4 either a British subject or a British protected person,
ossesses Japanese nationality and is ‘resident in

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; \ i ;
Germany, Bulgaria, Hungary, Roumania, Italy or
Austria;
“ Japan” means all territory which was under Japanese
sovereignty on the 7th December, 1941;
* property” has the same meaning as that assigned to it
in regulation 8 of the Regulations;

“ securities’? means annuities, stock, shares, bonds,
coupons, debentures or debenture stock registered
or inscribed in any register, branch register or other

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book kept in the Colony or transferable by delivery -
of any document situate in the Colony;

‘ Vesting Order” has the same meaning as that assigned
to it in paragraph 3 of the Trading with the Enemy
(Custodian) Order, 1940.

3. Rights and things vesting in Custodian.
Without prejudice to the effect of any Order made by the
Governor prior to the date of this Order and save as hereinafter
otherwise provided, there shall vest in the Custodian—

(a) the beneficial interest of any enemy or enemy
subject in any property belongipg to or held or managed
on behalf of an enemy or an enemy subject at the date of
this Order consisting of securities or being property
existing by virtue of any will, settlement, trust, intestacy
‘or of any contract or agreement of any kind whatsoever;

()) without prejudice to the generality of the fore-
going subparagraph, the right to receive—

(i) any monies payable presently or at any future
time in respect of any such property as aforesaid;

(ii) any dividends, bonus or interest payable presently
or at any future time in respect of any such
securities as aforesaid and in respect of any
securities comprised in any Vesting Order made
prior to the date of this Order; and

(iii) any monies payable presently or at any future
time in respect of any such securities as are
mentioned in (ii) hereof upon redemption or on
maturity or upon such securities being drawn
for payment or otherwise.

4. Exception. There shall be -excepted from the
vesting to be effected by this Order—

(a) any estate or interest in land;
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(6) any property which has come into the ownership
of any a sons. by reason of any trade authorised generally
or specia lly by or by any person authorised in that behalf
by the Governor;

(c) any property which at an) time after the 2nd day
of February, 1948 has come into ihe ownership of any
individual who, not being either a British subject or a
British protected person, possesses Japanese nationality
and is resident in Bulgaria, Hungary, Roumania or Italy;

(d) any property in respect of which any licence,
consent or authority has been given under the Regulations
or any Order made thereunder; and

(e) any right or interest the vesting of which in the
Custodian would cause forfeiture or ‘determination of
such right or interest.

5. Payment to other person authorised by
Governor. © Nothing in this Order shall be taken to require
payment to the Custodian of any money, the payment of which
is authorised to some other person under an authority given
generally or specially by or by any person authorised in that
behalf by the Governor.

6. Rights and powers of Custodian. The
Custodian shall have the following rights and powers with
regard to the property and monies referred to in paragraph 3 of
this Order namely:—

(a) to sell or otherwise dispose of and transter any
such property as aforesaid;

(6) to give a receipt or other effective discharge
for any monies or other property payable or transferable
to the Custodian in consequence of this Order;

(c) to recover and sue for any such monies or
property as aforesaid and to enforce the due execution of
any trusts or the due administration of any estate or the
performance of any such contract or agreement as afore-
said and any rights relating thereto and for that purpose
to begin and prosecute or discontinue legal proceedings and
to instruct Solicitors and Counsel;

(d) to compromise any matter and.to accept any
composition or any payment or transfer on account;

(e) to employ and pay such agents as the Gisodian
shall think fit to employ;
d

(f) to sign, seal and deliver and execute any deed
or other document in connection with any such matters
as aforesaid;

(g) generally to do any act or thing that may be
necessary or proper for reducing to possession, recovering,
or protecting any such property and monies as aforesaid
er for enforcing or making effective and complete the
vesting effected by this Order and carrying out the powers,
rights and duties of the Custodian in connection’ with
the same.

7. Manner of payment. In cases in which prior
to the date of this Order money would, but for the existence
of a state of war, have been payable in a foreign currency to
or for the benefit of a person who was an enemy, that money
shall be paid to the Custodian at the rate of exchange provided
by paragraph 2 (4) (d) of the Trading with the Enemy
(Custodian) Order, 1940, and in cases in which money becomes
payable in a foreign currency to the Custodian after the date
of this Order (except in cases in which the money is payable
under a contract in. which provision is made for a specified
rate of exchange) that money shall be paid in English currency
at the middle official rate of exchange fixed by the Bank of
England on the date on which the payment becomes due to
the Custodian as aforesaid or the middle rate of exchange for
telegraphic transfers in London on that date or if there was
no such rate on that date at such rate as the Governor may
determine as appropriate for ascertaining the value in English
currency of the money payable on that date:

Provided that if the money would be payable in a foreign
currency (not being enemy currency) and the person by whom
the money is payable to the Custodian is able to make immediate
payment in that foreign currency (otherwise than in notes or
coin) payment shall be made either in that foreign currency
or in English currency converted at the official buying rate of
exchange fixed by the Bank of England as the Custodian
may require.

In this paragraph—

(i) the expression ‘“ English currency ” includes any
West Indian dollar currency which is made legal
tender by virtue of any law relating to currency
in force in the Colony,

(ii) the expression ‘“ foreign currency” means any

~ currency other than English currency, and

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5

(iii) the expression “enemy currency” means the
currency of any area under the sovereignty of
a power with whom Her Majesty is at war at
at the date of this Order.

8. Reimbursement to Custodian. Out-of-pocket
payments duly made by the Custodian in relation to the
receiving, collecting, vesting, management, holding or disposing
of property which is the subject of this Order shall be
reimbursed to the Custodian out of such property or out of
the proceeds thereof and shall be chargeable accordingly.

9. Attachments, transfer, proceedings, etc.
(a) Any property which is the subject of this Order
shall not be liable to be attached or otherwise taken: in
execution.
(b) No person shall without the consent of the
Governor save as directed by this Order transfer part with
or otherwise deal with any such property as aforesaid.

(c) The Custodian, acting under a general or special
direction of the Governor, may at any time pay over any
particular money paid to him under this Order or transfer.
any particular property vested in him by this Order to or
for the benefit of the person who would have been entitled
thereto but for the operation of the Regulations or any
Order made thereunder or to any person appearing to the
Custodian to be authorised by such person to receive
the same.

10. Powers exercisable. The Custodian shall
exercise all the powers conferred on him by this Order in such
manner as he may from time to time be directed by the
Governor and subject to any such direction as he may from
time to time think fit.

Dated this 24th day of March 1952.

K. W. BiackpurNe,
Governor.



EXPLANATORY NOTE.

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

This Order vests in the Custodian certain enemy property
and the right to receive certain monies. The enemy property
6

comprises certain securities and property existing by virtue of
any will, settlement, trust, intestacy, contract or agreement.
The monies, the right to receive which is vested by this
Order, comprise those payable in respect'of such property as
is referred to above and those payable in respect of securities
already vested in the Custodian including proceeds of redeemed
securities, drawn bonds, etc.

The Order affects property and monies of the Japanese
State, individuals and bodies of persons resident or carrying
on business in Japan, those controlled by such persons, and
certain enemy subjects of Japanese nationality resident in
Germany, Bulgaria, Hungary, Roumania, Italy or Austria.

Trade as already authorised and money and _ property
arising in consequence thereof is not affected by the present
Order.



ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leewurd Islands,
by E. M. BLACKMAN, Government Printer.—By Authority.
1952,
47/00110—420—4,52, ; Price 8 cents,
LEEWARD ISLANDS.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952,No. 7.

» DEFENCE FINANCE.

Tue [MportatTion and Exportation or Notes (EXEMPTION)
(AMENDMENT) ORDER, 1952, pareD Marcu 29, 1952,
MADE BY THE GOVERNOR UNDER’ REGULATIONS 6 AND 8 OF
THE DEFENCE (Finance) ReGuLaTions, 1942, as HAVING
EFFECT BY VIRTUE OF THE SUPPLIES /AND SERVICES
(Transirionat Powers) Act, 1945, (ImpeRIaL) THE
Suppiies AND Services (TRansittonat Powers) (Coxo-
NIES ETC.) ORDER IN Councin, 1946, (ImpERiAL) THE Sup-
PLIES AND SERVICES (TRANSITIONAL PowrErs) ORDER,
19t6, anD THE SUPPLIES AND SERVICES (CONTINUANCE)
OrpEr, 1951, (IMpertar).

l. Citation. This Order may be cited as the Impor-
tation and Exportation of Notes (Exemption) (Amendment)
Order, 1952, and shall be read as one with the Importation and
Exportation of Notes (Exemption) Order, 1947 (S.R. & O.
1947 No. 6) as amended, hereinafter called the Principal Order.

2. Amendment. Sub-paragraph (1) of paragraph 2
of the Principal Order is hereby amended by the substitution of
the words “five pounds” for the words “ten pounds”
wherever those words occur therein.

Dated this 29th day of March 1952.

K. W. BracxsurnE,
Governor.

ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BuackMAN Government !’rinter.—By Authority.
1952.
C. 31/00007—420—4.52. Price 3 cents.

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Supplement to
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v. 80 no. 16, April 3, 1952

Index to volume 79 of the Leeward
Islands Gazette for the year 1951