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Notices.

The Administrator has been pleased
to appoint Mrs. F. E. SAVOURY asa
member and Chairman of the Central
Library Board for a period of two
years from the 14th July, 1952.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
12th July, 1952.

Ref. No. A. 28/16

The Administrator has been pleased
to appoint Mr. A. HE. PETERS, Keeper
of Prison, to be an Income Tax Com-
missioner for the Presidency of Anti-
gua from the Ist July, 1952.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
14th July, 1952.

Ref. No, A. 13/116.



The Administrator of Antigua has
accepted the resignation of Major
A. B. GREAVES of the Salvation Army
as Probation Officer of the Presidency
of Antigua as from the 7th instant.

Administrator’s O fice,
Antigua,

Ref. No. A. 71/16

The Administrator has been pleased
to appoint Major MARSHALL SMITH
of the Salvation Army to be Probation
Officer for the Presidency of Antigua
in succession to Major A. B. GREAVES.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua,
10th July, 1952.

Ref. No. A. 71/16.

No. 74.

The following Ordinance and Sta-
tutory Rule and Order are circulated

with this Gazette and form part
thereof :—
ORDINANCE.
Antigua.
No. 8 of 1952, “The Industrial

Development Ordinance, 1952.”
\ 8 pp. Price 10 cents

FL.8.9297

L487L

VOL.

THE LEEWA



GAZETT LE
Bublished by Authority.

LXXX.

THURSDAY, 171m JULY,

1G2. N

Omnole



STATUTORY RULE & ORDER.
Antigua.

No. 18 of 1952, “The Inportation
of Animals (Alberta, Saskatchewan
and Manitoba) Regulations, 1952.”

Lpp. Price 3 cents

No. 75.

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

“The Hotels Aid Ordinance, 1952.”

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 28th June, 1952.

WINTHROP PRODUCTS INC.,, of
1450 Broadway, New York, State of
New York, United States of America,
have applied for Registration of one
Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing:—

NEO-PICATYL

in Class 3 that is to say preparations
for trichomonas vaginitis; also leukor-
rhea due to non-specific infections.

The Applicants propose to use the
said Trade Mark in respect of the said
goods from the date of their said Ap-
plication.

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.

NOTICE TO MARINERS.

The green navigation light at Fort
Thomas point approaching Basseterre
Harbour, St. Kitts, B.W.I., from West
is temporarily switched off atter 10
o’clock each night until further notice.

Ref. No- 70/00001.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 14th July, 1952.

LIPTON, LIMITED of 179 to 189,
City Road, London, E.0., England;
Merchants, have applied for Registra-
tion of one Trade Mark consisting of
the following: —



ag LiPTON ‘re.
etmek

re a CE

SHAMROCK BRANO












in Class 42, that is to say, Tea.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said rade Mark in
respect of the said goods since
August, 1951, before the date of their
said Application.

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

A. R. MEADE,

Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.



TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 15th July, 1952.

American Radiator & Standard Sani-
tary Corporation of 100 Sixth Street,
Pittsburgh 22, Pennsylvania, United
States of America have applied for
registration of one Trade Mark consis-
ting of the following:—



in Classes 13 & 16

That is to say: in respect of goods con-
tained in Class 13, viz: Plumbing and
Sanitary Equipment and Installations,
including Bathtubs, Water Closets and
Lavatories, Drinking Fountains, and
Combination Lavatory Fittings, Pop-
Up Drain Valves, Hand Valves, and
Mixing Spouts, and Metal Pipe and



136

Metal Pipe Fittings, Boilers, Air Heat-
ing Furnaces, and Oil Burners, Water
Closet ‘Tanks, Water Closet Bowls,
Urinals, Bidets, Toilet Seats, Sinks,
Plumbing Traps, Cabinets, all made of
metal; and in respect of goods con-
tained in Class 16, viz: Plumbing and.
Sanitary Equipment and Installations,
including Bathtubs, Water Closets,
Lavatories, Drinking Fountains, Water
Closet Tanks and Bowls, Urinals,
Bidets, Sinks, all made of China.

The Applicants claim that they have
used the said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goods for 14 years before
the date of their said Application.

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

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

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, Ldth July, 1952.

JOS. SCHLITZ, BREWING COM-
PANY of 235 Galena Street, City of
Milwaukee, State of Wisconsin, Uni-
ted States of America, have applied
for Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:—

SCHLITS.

in Class 43, that is to say: Beer.



The Applicants claim that they:
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods since 1888.

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

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

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

[17 July, 1952.

RAINFALL FIGURES.

Central Experiment Station,

Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
Jane

July 12

Antigua.

1948. 1949. 1950. 1951. 1952
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3°38 3°35 1.66 2°74 574
52 95 108 ° 123 4°95
12°57 18°91 16°70 23°24 22°53



17 July, 1952. ] THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 137

Notice.
TRADE MARKS OFFICE,

: Antigua, 15th July, 1952.
BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY, LIMITED, of Westminster House, 7,

Millbank, London, $,W., have applied for Registration of one Trade Mark consisting of the follewing:—

al areat
| “KRYSTAL”

' OG



RY




|

|
ee



»





! OGDEN
jem conenry oh toy cae ENGLAND. |



in Class 45, that is to say: Manufactured tobacco.

The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods for
21 years before the date of 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. Megane,
Actiny Registrar of Trade Marks.



Notice.

REGISTRAR’S OFFICE,
ANTIGUA,
8th July, 1952.
Medical Act, 1937.

Fursuant to Section 12 (4) of the Medical Act, 1937, the following registrations are hereby notified :—





DENTISTS.
7 cit a a ae
Name | Address. Qualification. Date Registered. Registration No.
Christian, Reginald | St. John’s, Antigua D.D.S. (Howard) 30th May, 1952 159
Sydney



MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS.



|







Rosanelli, Johannes | Road Town, Tortola M.D, (Graz) | 28th June, 1952 160
David |
|
Roganelli, Irmstraud | Road Town, Tortola M.D. (Graz) | a . me 161
CHEMISTS.
Taylor, Alfred Road Town, Tortola Certificate of Com- Ist July, 1952 162

Sylvester

petency
| lst November, 1949 |

A. R. MEADE,
Acting Registrar.



138

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. [17 July 1952,

CROWN LAND APPLICATIONS.

Applications in connection with Crown Lands are notified in the Gazette for the purpose of giving any
person an opportunity of making any representation to this Office in relation to any such application.

Such applications will be inserted in at least three separate issues of the Gazetle, before they will be dealt
with by the Governor, so that applicants must be prepared for this delay.

The undermentioned applications are hereby notified.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
15th July, 1952.

By Order,

J. L. ROBINSON,
Clerk to the Administrator.



TO PURCHASE.

All those pieces or parcels of land situate at Matthews Hstate in the Parish of Saint Paul in the Island of
Antigua all as the same are delineated on maps or plans of the said area prepared by Mi. Michael St. Clair Batson,
Licensed Surveyor and containing the areas set out and bounded as follows:—

Lot No.
3 A

4H

6A

10 B

10 C

eD)

14,

22.

Bills

34.

41.

41 A

OTe

70.

104.

Area.

4.827 acres

OOS OMaars
1.656 ,,
AN oy

eee

AS GR:

E23 Sm,

5.827 45

IBS 95 snes
2.023 ,,

5,000 square feet

8,324 ” ”

4.753 acres

320 Ome

1.600,

Boundaries.

North by lot No. 3 B, South by Lot No. 3 C, East by a road and West
by a road.

North by waste lands and a stream, South by a road, Hast by Lot
No. 4G and West by a road.

North by a road, South by Lot No. 6 B, East by a road and West by
Lot No. 6 C.

North by a road, South by Lot No. 10 A, Kast by a road and West by
a road.

North by a road, South by Lot No. 12, East by Lot No. 12 and West
by a road.

North by Lots Nos. 39 and 40 and a track, South by Lots Nos. 11A,
11B and 110, East by Crown Lands and West by a road.

North by a track and Lot No. 13, South by a track and Crown Lands,
East by Lot No. 15 and West by Crown Lands.

North by Crown Lands, South by Crown Lands, Kast by a track and
Lots Nos. 23 and 25 and West by a road and Lot No. 21.

North by a road, South by a road, East by Lot No. 32 and West by
Lots Nos. 26 and 30.

North by a road and Lot No. 33, South by Crown Lands, East by
Lot No. 35 and West by Crown Lands.

North by Lot No. 42 and a road, South by lands of 8. J. Ireland and
Lot No. 40, East by a road and Lot No. 40 and West by Lot No. 42 and
lands of S. J. Ireland.

North by Lots Nos. 42 and 41, South by a road and Crown Lands,
East by Lot No. 41 and Crown Lands and West by Lot No. 42, Crown
Lands and a road.

North by Lots Nos. 59 and 60, South by Lot No. 56, East by Lot
No. 55 and West by Crown Lands.

North by Lot No. 69 and Crown Lands, South by Lots Nos. 63 and
64, East by Crown Lands and Lot No. 65 and West by Lots Nos. 69
and 63.

North by Lot No. 105 and a track, South by Lot No. 103, East by a
track and Lot No. 103 and West by Matthews Estate.





ANTIGUA.

Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands, by E. M. BLACKMAN,

Government Printer—By Authority

1952. :
[Price 19 cents.]



No. 8 of 1952. — Industrial Development.

Yee
I Assent,
K. W. BracKksurne,
Governor.
20th June, 1952.

ANTIGUA.
No. 8 of 1952.

An Ordinance to provide for the establishment of
a Board for securing the industrial develop-
ment of the Presidency, to define the powers
of the said Board, and for purposes connected
with the matters aforesaid.

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

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Industrial Development Ordinance, 1952.

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

“ Administrator ’’ means the Administrator of
the Presidency ;

“Board” means the Industrial Development
Board established under section 3 of this
Ordinance;

‘“¢ Treasurer’ means the officer for the time
being perforining the duties of Treasurer
of the Presidency.

3. (1) There shall be established in. accord-
ance with this Ordinance a Board to be called the
“ Industrial Development Board” which shall be a
body corporate with perpetual succession and

ommon seal,

248.7247
boa
anh fv

ANTIGUA.

Short Title.

Interpreta-
tion,

Establish-
ment of In
dustrial
Development
Board,



ANTIGUA.

Constitution
of the Board.

2 Industrial Development. No. 8 of 1952.

(2) The common seal of the Board shall be
authenticated by the signatures of the chairman
and the secretary of the Board and shall be judi-
cially noticed. :

(3) The Board shall have the power to make
contracts and to sue and be sued in their corporate
name.

(4) All deeds and other documents required
to be executed by the Board shall be sealed with
the common seal of the Board and signed by the
chairman of the Board and countersigned by the
secretary of the Board.

4. (1) The Board shall consist of as many
memberg as the Governor in Council may deter-
mine and shall hold office during the pleasure of
the Governor in Council:

Provided that every member of the Board
shall automatically vacate his office after he has
held it for two years but shall be eligible for re-
appointment.

(2) The Governor shall appoint from among
the members of the Board a chairman who shall
preside at all meetings of the Board but in his
absence the members present shall elect one of
their number to be chairman of the meeting.

(3) A member shall vacate his office if he—

(a) resigns in writing addressed to the
Administrator;

(6) departs from the Presidency without
the leave of the Board or remains out of the
Presidency after the expiration of his leave;

(c) fails, without reasonable excuse (the
sufficiency whereof shall be determined by the
Board) to attend three consecutive meetings

of the Board.

(4) The Administrator may at any time
appoint some person’ to be a member of the Board—

(a) for the unexpired period of office of
any member who shall die or vacate his office;



No. 8 of 1952: Industrial Development. 38

(b) for the period of any leave granted
to a member of the Board. :

(5) Where the chairman is absent from the
Presidency or on leave, the Administrator may
appoint another member to be chairman for the
time being.

(6) The powers of the Board shall not be
affected by any vacancy in the membership thereof.

5. (1) The Board may employ—

(a) an executive officer;

(6) a secretary ;

(c) an accountant; and

(d) engineers, officers, inspectors, and
such clerks, workmen and labourers as may be
necessary, —

and fix the salaries or wages to be paid to them.

(2) The Board may suspend or dismiss any
such officer or person.

(3) The Board may require any officer or
servant to give security to their satisfaction for the
due execution of his duties.

6. It shall be lawful for the Board’ to pro-
vide for the establishment and maintenance of
a provident fund or pensions scheme for the benefit
of the officers and servants of the Board and for
that purpose to make such arrangements as the
‘Board may deem necessary.

7. Decisions of the Board may be taken at
meetings or, in cases in which the chairman shall so
direct, by the recording of the opinions of members
on papers circulated among them:

Provided that where papers are circulated—

(a) the chairman may direct that the
papers shall not be circulated to any member
who through interest, illness, absence from
the Presidency or otherwise, is, in the opinion
of the chairman, incapacitated from voting on
such papers; and

ANTIGUA.

Appointments
of officers and
servants,

Establishment
of provident |
fund, etc,

Decisions of
the Board.



ANTIGUA.

Meetings of
the Board.

Power of the
Board to
acquire and
dispose of

* property.

11/1944.

Duties and
powers of the
Board.

4, Industrial Development. No. 8 of 1952.

(b) adecision shall not be acted upon
unless it is unanimous..

8. (1) The chairman or any two other
members of the Board may at any time. call a meet-
ing of the Board.

(2) The quorum of the Board at any meeting
shall be three.

(3) All acts of the Board and all questions
coming or arising for the decision of the Board shall
be decided by a majority of the votes of the mem-
bers present, and when the votes are equal, the
chairman shall have a second or casting vote.

(4) Minutes of each meeting shall be kept in
proper form by the secretary of the Board and
shall be confirmed by the chairman at the next
ensuing meeting and a copy of such minutes shall
as soon as practicable thereafter be forwarded to the
Administrator.

9. (1) Subject ‘to the provisions of this
Ordinance, the Board may acquire, hold, mortgage
and dispose of any property real and personal:

Provided that no purchase, sale or disposition
of any land by the Board shall be made without the
approval of the Governor.

(2) If the Board is unable to acquire by agree-
ment and on reasonable terms any land which they
consider it necessary to acquire for the purposes of
this Ordinance, the Board shall report the fact to
the Governor in Council and, if the Board so
requests, the Governor in Council may, if he thinks
fit, take the necessary steps to acquire such land
compulsorily under the provisions of the Land
Acquisition Act, 1944.

10. (1) The Board shall be charged with the
duty of securing the investigation, formulation and
carrying out of projects authorised by the Governor
in Council, for developing the resources of the
Presidency with a view to the expansion of pro-
duction therein of raw materials or for other
industrial or trade development therein.



No. 8 of 1952. Industrial Development. 5

(2) The Board shall have power, for the pur-
poses of the discharge of their duty under subsection
(1) of this section, to carry on all activities the
carrying on whereof appears to them to be requisite,
advantageous or convenient for or in connection
with the discharge of their said duty, including the
processing and manufacturing of products from
locally produced and imported. raw materials and
the marketing of such products.

11. Itshall be lawful for the Board, with the
approval of the Governor in Council, to delegate to
any person or body of persons, as their agents, any
of the powers and duties conferred on them by this
Ordinance in relation to the carrying out. of any
project authorised under section 10 of this Ordi-
nance.

12. (1) The Governor may, with the appro-
val by resolution of the Legislative Council, place
at the disposal of the Board such funds as may be
necessary for carrying out their duties under this
Ordinance, either out of the proceeds of loans raised
for the purpose or out of the general revenue of the
Presidency. The repayment of such funds by the
Board shall be made out of the revenue derived
from their business under this Ordinance by pay-
ments to the Treasurer of such amounts, at such
rates of interest and at such times as shall be
specified in the resolution.

(2) Pending the raising of any such loans, it
shall be lawful for the Governor by warrant under
his hand to authorise the Treasurer to make
advances to the Board in such sums and on such
terms and conditions as he may think fit for the
purposes authorised by this Ordinance.

(3) The Board may, with the approval! of the
Governor in Council, borrow such sum or sums of
money as the Board think, proper for defraying
the expenses incurred in the conduct of their busi-
ness under this Ordinance and the Board may enter
into arrangements with any bank with which the
Board may have a current account to overdraw
their account to such extent as may be approved as
aforesaid,

ANTIGUA.

Power to
delegate.

Advances and
repayment of
advances.



ANTIGUA. 6 Industria/ Develojment. ‘No. 8 of 1952..

Funds of the eS. (1). The fie’ of the Board — shall
Beare: consist of—

(a) such sums as may be placed at the
disposal of the Board under section 12 of this
Ordinance;

(6) such sums as may accrue to the Board
from the conduct of their business under this
Ordinance; .

(c) such sums as may be granted to or
acquired by the Board with the approval of the
Governor in Council from any other source.

(2) The funds of the Board shall be applied
towards—

(a) the payment of rates, taxes and in-
surance premiums;

(6) the payment of all expenses, includ-
ing the remuneration, salaries and wages of
the officers and servants of the Board;

(c) the payment of all other expenses
incurred by the Board in the exercise of their
powers and in the conduct of their business
under this Ordinance;

(d) the payment of interest on loans and
advances and the repayment of any such loans

and advances; ;

(e) the creation of a reserve fund up to
such limit as the Governor in Council may
authorise.

(3) Tt shall be lawful for the Board, with the
approval of the Governor in Council; to invest at
interest any surplus funds of the Board.

14. (1) The Board shall cause to be kept
proper books and accounts and other records in
relation to their business in such form as may be
approved by the Government Auditor or such
other Auditor as may be appointed by the Gover-
nor in Council.

Accounting.

(2) Separate accounts shall be kept in respect
of each project undertaken by the Board.



No. 8. of 1952. Inauctrial Development. 7

(3) All moneys of the Board accruing from
their business under this Ordinance shall be paid to
the credit of the Board into a current or savings
account at such bank or banks as may be appointed
by resolution of the Board, and such moneys shall
be paid into such bank from day to day.

(4) Cheques against any banking account shall
be signed by the secretary and countersigned by the
chairman of the Board or such other member of the
Board appointed for ‘the purpose by resolution of
the Board, a copy of which shall be certified by the
chairman and forwarded to the bank concerned.

15. (1) Allaccounts kept by the Board shall
be audited annually by the Government Auditor or
such other Auditor as may be appointed by the
Governor in Council.

(2) Such Auditor shall have the right of
inspection of such accounts at all reasonable times
and the Board shall afford all necessary facilities to
the Auditor and when required by him to do so

ANTIGNA..

Audit of
Accounts.

produce to him all books and documents in their -

possession or control.

(3) The Auditor's fees, if any, and any
expenses of the Audit shall be paid by the Board.

16. (1) The Board shall, on or before the

30th day of April in each year, furnish to the

Governor in Council a report upon their work dur-

‘ing the year ending the 31st day of December last
preceding, including—

(a) a balance sheet and a complete state-
ment of revenae and expenditure, duly
audited; and

(6) the report of the Auditor.

(2) Every report furnished under subsection
(1) of this section shall be laid before the Legislative
Council.

17. No personal liability shall attach to any
member of the Board in respect of anything done
or suffered in good faith under the provisions of
this Ordinance, and any sams of money, damages or

Annual
Report.

No persona
liability to
attach to mem
bers of Board, .



AntTicuA. 8 Industrial Development. No. 8 of 1952.

costs which may be recovered against them or any
of them for anything done or suffered as aforesaid
shall be paid out of the funds of the Board,

R. St. J. O. Wayne,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 4th day
of June, 1952. .

GA. Darou;
Clerk of the Council.

ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leewurd Islands.
by E. M. BLACKMAN, Government Printer.—By Authority.

1952,
A 47/88—450—7.52. Price 10 cents.



LEEWARD ISLANDS.

ANTIGUA.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 18.



THE IMPORTATION OF ANIMALS (ALBERTA, SASKATCHEWAN AND
MANITOBA) REGULATIONS, 1952, DATED JuLy 12, 1952, MADE
BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 19 OF THE
DISEASES OF ANIMALS ORDINANCE, 1913 (No. 16 oF 1913).



1. Citation. . These Regulations may be cited as the
Importation of Animals (Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba)
Regulations, 1932.

2. Prohibition. Notwithstanding anything contained
in the Importation of Animal Rules, 1938, as amended, the
landing in the Presidency of cloven footed animals, the carcases
of such animals, fodder, litter and dung, from the Provinces
of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada, is hereby
prohibited owing to an outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease in
the Province of Saskatchewan. is

3. Revocation. The Importation of Animals (Car-
case and Feed) (Prohibition) Regilations, 1952 (S.R. & O,
1952, No. 14) are hereby revoked.

Made by the Governor in Council this 12th day of July,
1952.

G. A. Tutnou,
Clerk of the Council.

ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Go ernment Printing Office. Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BLAcKMAN Government Printer. —By Authority.
1952.
—425—7.52. L&rice 3c.}







No. of 1952. Afotels Ard. ‘ | ANTIGUA.

ANTIGUA.
No. of 1952.

An Ordinance to encourage the Hotel Industry in
the Presidency by granting certain relicf in
respect of customs duties, package tax and
income ,tax to persons who expend monies
upon the construction or equipment of hotels
in the Presidency and for purposes incidental
thereto or conneeted therewith.

BE 1T ORDAINED by the Governor and

Legislative Council of Antigua as follows: —

1. This. Ordinancé may be cited as the Short title.
Hotels Aid Ordinance, 1952.

2. In this Ordinance— Definition.

‘articles of hotel equipment’ means any of
the articles specified in the Schedule to
this Ordinance;

“building materials”? means materials of

every description for use in connection
with the construction of a hotel and all
structures appurtenant thereto;

“construct” includes erect, repair, alter,
reconstruct or extend;

‘extension to a hotel” means any enlarge-
ment of the accommodation of a hotel
whether by means of a uewly erected
building or by the structural alteration
of the existing building;



ANTIUUA.

Grant of Im-
port Licences,

Procedure on
application
for grant of
licences,

2 Hotels Aid. No. of 1952.

“hotel” means any building or group of
buildings (oceupied together) for the
accommodation for reward of guests and
includes the curtilage thereof and all
structures within such curtilage, contain-
ing or intended to contain when complete
not less than ten bedrooms;

‘licence’? means a licence.under section 3 of
this Ordinance;

‘licensee’? means the holder of a licence
under this Ordinance;

“prescribed” means prescribed. by Regula-
tions made under this Ordinance;

‘“ Treasurer ” means the officer for the time
being lawfully discharging the duties of
Treasurer of the Presidency or anyone
authorised by him in writing to act on
his behalf.

8. (1) Subject to the provisions of section
4 of this Ordinance the Governor in Council may
grant to every person who desires —-

(a) to construct a hotel or an extension
to a hotel a licence to import into the Presi-
dency such building materials for use in the
construction of such hotel or extension as
may be specified in the licence;

(5) to equip a newly erected hotel or
extension to a hotel a licence to import into
the Presidency such articles of hotel equip-
ment and in such quantities as may be
specified in the licence.

(2) Every licence under subsection (1) of
this section shall be in such form as may be pre-
scribed and shall be subject to such terms and
conditions as the Governor in Council may from
time to time impose.

4. Every application for the grant of a
licence shall be in such. form and contain such
information and be accompanied by such docu-
ments as may be prescribed,



No. of 1952. Hotels Aid. 3

5. very licensee shal] be entitled upon the
production of his licence to the proper customs
officer to import into the Presidency in accordance
with the terms thereof free of all customs duties
and of package tax such building materials, or
articles of hotel equipment as may be therein
specified.

6. (1) Every licensee who satisfies the
Treasurer —

(a) that any building materials or any
articles of hotel equipment specified in his
licence were purchased by him in the Presi-
dency; and

(6) that customs duties and package tax
were paid upon the importation into the Presi-
dency of such building materials or articles of
hotel equipment of the total value of not less
than four hundred and eighty dollars; and

(c) as to the amount of the customs
duties or package tax so paid,

shall be entitled to be paid an amount equivalent
to the amount of drawback which would have been
payable under section 9 of the Customs Duties
Ordinance, 1927 in relation to the granting of
drawback of customs duties if such building
materials or articles of hotel equipment had been
exported from the Presidency, and to be refunded
the package tax paid upon the importation of such
building muterials or articles of hotel equipment:

Provided that the provisions of the said sec-
tion 9 restricting the payment of drawback to
cases where the goods in respect of which the
payment is made are exported within a specified

period, shall not apply to any payment under this -

section.
(2) Every licensee who satisfies the Treas-
urer—

(a) that any building materials or any
articles of hotel equipment specified in his
licence were purchased by him in the Presi-
dency; and

(6) that customs duties and package tax
were paid upon the importation into the Presi-
dency of such building materials or articles of
hotel equipment of the total value of not less
than four hundred and eighty dollars; and

ANTIGUA.

Free entry
of building.
materials and
equipment.

Rates of
customs duties
and package
tax.

11/1927.



ANTIGUA.

11/1927.

Building
materials and
articles. of
hotel equip-
ment not to
be used for
any purpose
other than
that for which
imported.

4 Hotels Aid, No. of 1952.

(c) he is unable to ascertain the amount
of the customs duties or package tax so paid,

shall be entitled to be paid such sum as the Treas-
urer may think fit, so however, that no payment
under this subsection shall, in the case of building
materials or articles of hotel equipment which are
rated goods within the meaning of the Customs
Duties Ordinance, 1927 exceed the lowest prefer-
ential rate that has been in force for that descrip-
tion of goods at any time during the two years
next preceding the date of purchase by the licensee
and, in the case of any building materiais or
arucles of hotel equipment liable under the said
Urdinance to an ad valorem duty, exceed nine per
ceritum of the purchase price where the lowest
preferential ad valorem rate that has been in force
for that description of goods for a period of two
years prior to the date of supply was fifteen per
centum and pro rata where other ad valorem rates
have been in force during such period, together
with such additional sum (if any) as the ‘Treas-
urer may think fairly represents the amount of
package tax paid upon such goods upon their
importation into the Presidency.

7. (1) Subject to the provisions of section
8 of this Ordinance where any buiiding materials
or articles of hotel equipment have been mmported .
into the Presidency under a licence, or any sum
has been paid under section 6 of this Ordinance in
respect of anv building materials or articles of
hotel equipment, such building materials or articles
of hotel equipment shall not be sold, exchanged,
given away, exported from the Presidency or —
applied for any purpose other than use in connec-
tion with the construction or equipment of the
hotel to which the licence in which those building
materials or articles of hotel equipment were
specified relates, within three years of the date .
of the importation.of such articles or of the making
of the payment under section 6 of this Ordinance.

(2) Every person who contravenes subsec-
tion (1) of this section shall, on summary convic-
tion thereof be liable to a fine not exceeding five
hundred dollars or to be imprisoned for any term



No. of 1952. Hotels Aid. 5

not exceeding six months or to both such fine
and imprisonment.

8. (1) Where the Treasurer is satisfied that
any building materials or articles of hotel equip-
ment which have been imported into the Presi-
dency under a licence or in respect of which any
payment has been made under section 6 of this
Ordinance are no longer required for the purposes

of the hotel in respect of which the import licence:

was granted, he may grant a permit to the licensee
to dispose of such building materials or articles of
hotel equipment in such manner as he thinks fit.

(2) No permit shall be granted under sub-
section (1) of this section until the licensee has
paid to the Treasurer, or has given security to the
satisfaction of the Treasurer that he will so. pay,
all sums which would have been payable by way
of customs duty or package tax upon the importa-
tion of such building materials or articles of hotel
equipment or a sum equivalent to the amount of

drawback paid to the licensee in respect of such -

building materials and articles of hotel equipment
under section 6 of this Ordinance.

«

9. Such of the articles of hotel equipment
imported under a licence or in respect of which any
sum has been paid under section 6 of this Ordinance
as the Treasurer may require to be marked shall be
marked with such mark and in each manner as
may be prescribed. ;

10. Where the Governor in Council is satis-
fied that any licensee has—
(a) obtained the grant of any licence by
any false statement; or

(b) abused or misused any licence; or

(c) broken or failed to comply with any
conditions of such licence; or

(d) failed to pay any sum payable by.

him under the provisions of this Ordinance,
he may either suspend the operation of such
‘licence for such time and subject to such conditions
as he may think fit er may revoke such licence.

ANTIGUA.:

Treasurer
may permit
disposal of
materials etc.

Articles of
hotel equip-
ment to be
marked.

Power to
revoke licence.



AntTicua. 6

Insertion of

Hotels Aid. No. of 1952.
11. The Yncome Tax Ordinance, 1945,

seetion ira i8 hereby amended by the insertion therein,

in Income Tax

Ordinance7 next after section 10 of the following section as

of 1945,

Relief to hotel

proprietors
from Income
Tax.

Employment

section 10A:——

10A. (1) Notwithstanding anything to
the contrary, where any licence has been
granted to any person under the provisions of
section 3 of the Hotels Aid Ordinance, 1952,
the proprietor of the hotel to which such
licence relates shall be allowed in each of any
five of the eight years of assessment next
after the year of assessment in which the
licence is granted to set off against the income
arising from the hotel one-fifth of the capital

expenditure upon such hotel.

(2) No allowance shall be made under
subsection (1) of this section in respect of any
year of assessment later than the eight year
after the year of-assessment in which the
capital expenditure was incurred.

(3) No loss incurred in connection with
any botel, in any year in respect of which an
allowance is granted under this section, shall
be set off against the profits arising from any
other trade, business or vocation carried on
by the person to whom the allowance is
granted.

_ (4) In this section “capital expendi-
ture” means such sum as the Commissioners
are satisfied has been expended on- the .
purchase of building materials or of articles of
hotel equipment for the construction, recon-
struction, alteration or repair of the hotel
and. upon effecting such construction, recon-
struction, alteration or repair and upon the
installation of such equipment, but does not
include any sum paid in respect of the pur-
chase price of any land or of any existing
hotel or in respect of voodwill.

12. Except with the consent of the Gov-

of British ernor in Council at least three-fifths of the number

Subjects.

of persons employed in the construction and main:

tenance of, and in any other activity in relation to,



No. of 1952. Hotels Aid. — 7

any hotel in respect of which a licence has been
granted under section 3 of this Ordinance shall be
British subjects.

13. In the case of proceedings against a
" person under this Ordinance for or in connection
with breaches by an employee of such person of
the provisions of section 12 of this Ordinance —

(a) it shall not be a defence that the
employee acted without the authority of the
employer; and

(6) any material fact known to the

ANTIGUA.

Responsibility
of employer
for act of
employee.

employee shall be deemed to have been known -

to the employer.

14. The Governor in Council may make
regulations generally for giving effect to the pro-
visions of this Ordinance, and without prejudice
to such general power may make regulations—

(a) prescribing the form of, and the
information to be contained in, and the docu-

“ments to accompany, any application for a

licence under section 3 of this Ordinance;

(6) prescribing the form in which any
licence may be granted under section 3 of
this Ordinance;

(c) prescribing the type of mark ‘to be
affixed to any article and the manner in which
such mark shall be affixed;

a RD) prescribing penalties for the breach
of any regulations made hereunder.

15. The Governor in Council may, from
time to time by Order, add to or remove from the
Schedule to this Ordinance, any article of hotel
equipment.

President.

Passed the Legislative Council this - day
of 1952.

Clerk of the Council.

Regulations.

Power to
Change
Schedule.



AntTIavA. 8 © Hotels Aid. No. of 1959.
SCHEDULE.

Beadsteads, bedsprings, chairs, tables, washhand stands, sofas,
wardrobes, presses, billiard tables and their appliances, pianos, organs,
radios, dynamos, air conditioning apparatus.and appliances, refrigera-
ting apparatus and appliances, mirrors, pillows, mattresses, crockery,
silver and plated tableware, table glassware, cutlery, kitchen utensils
including stoves, iceboxes, bed linen, table linen, towels, rugs ane
carpets. {

OBJECTS AND REASONS.

The object of this Bill is to stimulate the expansion of the
hotel industry in the Presidency by allowing the following con-
cessions to persons constructing new hotels ‘of not less than ten
bedrooms, or extensions thereto:—

(a) under the authority of a licence granted by the
Governor in Council, exemption from or remission of
Customs Duties and package tax on building materials and
articles of hotel equipment utilised in the construction of
such new hotels or extensions; and

(b) certain relief to the hotel proprietors concerned
from income tax in each of any five of the eight years of
assessment next after the year of assessment in which the
licence is granted.

Co AS Kansrcn,
Crown Attorney.

ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
by E, M. BhnackmAN, Government Printer.—-By Authority.
1952,
—300—T.52. : Price 10 cents,



Full Text




Notices.

The Administrator has been pleased
to appoint Mrs. F. E. SAVOURY asa
member and Chairman of the Central
Library Board for a period of two
years from the 14th July, 1952.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
12th July, 1952.

Ref. No. A. 28/16

The Administrator has been pleased
to appoint Mr. A. HE. PETERS, Keeper
of Prison, to be an Income Tax Com-
missioner for the Presidency of Anti-
gua from the Ist July, 1952.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
14th July, 1952.

Ref. No, A. 13/116.



The Administrator of Antigua has
accepted the resignation of Major
A. B. GREAVES of the Salvation Army
as Probation Officer of the Presidency
of Antigua as from the 7th instant.

Administrator’s O fice,
Antigua,

Ref. No. A. 71/16

The Administrator has been pleased
to appoint Major MARSHALL SMITH
of the Salvation Army to be Probation
Officer for the Presidency of Antigua
in succession to Major A. B. GREAVES.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua,
10th July, 1952.

Ref. No. A. 71/16.

No. 74.

The following Ordinance and Sta-
tutory Rule and Order are circulated

with this Gazette and form part
thereof :—
ORDINANCE.
Antigua.
No. 8 of 1952, “The Industrial

Development Ordinance, 1952.”
\ 8 pp. Price 10 cents

FL.8.9297

L487L

VOL.

THE LEEWA



GAZETT LE
Bublished by Authority.

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STATUTORY RULE & ORDER.
Antigua.

No. 18 of 1952, “The Inportation
of Animals (Alberta, Saskatchewan
and Manitoba) Regulations, 1952.”

Lpp. Price 3 cents

No. 75.

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

“The Hotels Aid Ordinance, 1952.”

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 28th June, 1952.

WINTHROP PRODUCTS INC.,, of
1450 Broadway, New York, State of
New York, United States of America,
have applied for Registration of one
Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing:—

NEO-PICATYL

in Class 3 that is to say preparations
for trichomonas vaginitis; also leukor-
rhea due to non-specific infections.

The Applicants propose to use the
said Trade Mark in respect of the said
goods from the date of their said Ap-
plication.

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.

NOTICE TO MARINERS.

The green navigation light at Fort
Thomas point approaching Basseterre
Harbour, St. Kitts, B.W.I., from West
is temporarily switched off atter 10
o’clock each night until further notice.

Ref. No- 70/00001.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 14th July, 1952.

LIPTON, LIMITED of 179 to 189,
City Road, London, E.0., England;
Merchants, have applied for Registra-
tion of one Trade Mark consisting of
the following: —



ag LiPTON ‘re.
etmek

re a CE

SHAMROCK BRANO












in Class 42, that is to say, Tea.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said rade Mark in
respect of the said goods since
August, 1951, before the date of their
said Application.

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

A. R. MEADE,

Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.



TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 15th July, 1952.

American Radiator & Standard Sani-
tary Corporation of 100 Sixth Street,
Pittsburgh 22, Pennsylvania, United
States of America have applied for
registration of one Trade Mark consis-
ting of the following:—



in Classes 13 & 16

That is to say: in respect of goods con-
tained in Class 13, viz: Plumbing and
Sanitary Equipment and Installations,
including Bathtubs, Water Closets and
Lavatories, Drinking Fountains, and
Combination Lavatory Fittings, Pop-
Up Drain Valves, Hand Valves, and
Mixing Spouts, and Metal Pipe and
136

Metal Pipe Fittings, Boilers, Air Heat-
ing Furnaces, and Oil Burners, Water
Closet ‘Tanks, Water Closet Bowls,
Urinals, Bidets, Toilet Seats, Sinks,
Plumbing Traps, Cabinets, all made of
metal; and in respect of goods con-
tained in Class 16, viz: Plumbing and.
Sanitary Equipment and Installations,
including Bathtubs, Water Closets,
Lavatories, Drinking Fountains, Water
Closet Tanks and Bowls, Urinals,
Bidets, Sinks, all made of China.

The Applicants claim that they have
used the said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goods for 14 years before
the date of their said Application.

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

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

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, Ldth July, 1952.

JOS. SCHLITZ, BREWING COM-
PANY of 235 Galena Street, City of
Milwaukee, State of Wisconsin, Uni-
ted States of America, have applied
for Registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:—

SCHLITS.

in Class 43, that is to say: Beer.



The Applicants claim that they:
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods since 1888.

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

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

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

[17 July, 1952.

RAINFALL FIGURES.

Central Experiment Station,

Jan.
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Mar.
Apr.
May
Jane

July 12

Antigua.

1948. 1949. 1950. 1951. 1952
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12°57 18°91 16°70 23°24 22°53
17 July, 1952. ] THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 137

Notice.
TRADE MARKS OFFICE,

: Antigua, 15th July, 1952.
BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY, LIMITED, of Westminster House, 7,

Millbank, London, $,W., have applied for Registration of one Trade Mark consisting of the follewing:—

al areat
| “KRYSTAL”

' OG



RY




|

|
ee



»





! OGDEN
jem conenry oh toy cae ENGLAND. |



in Class 45, that is to say: Manufactured tobacco.

The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods for
21 years before the date of 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. Megane,
Actiny Registrar of Trade Marks.



Notice.

REGISTRAR’S OFFICE,
ANTIGUA,
8th July, 1952.
Medical Act, 1937.

Fursuant to Section 12 (4) of the Medical Act, 1937, the following registrations are hereby notified :—





DENTISTS.
7 cit a a ae
Name | Address. Qualification. Date Registered. Registration No.
Christian, Reginald | St. John’s, Antigua D.D.S. (Howard) 30th May, 1952 159
Sydney



MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS.



|







Rosanelli, Johannes | Road Town, Tortola M.D, (Graz) | 28th June, 1952 160
David |
|
Roganelli, Irmstraud | Road Town, Tortola M.D. (Graz) | a . me 161
CHEMISTS.
Taylor, Alfred Road Town, Tortola Certificate of Com- Ist July, 1952 162

Sylvester

petency
| lst November, 1949 |

A. R. MEADE,
Acting Registrar.
138

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. [17 July 1952,

CROWN LAND APPLICATIONS.

Applications in connection with Crown Lands are notified in the Gazette for the purpose of giving any
person an opportunity of making any representation to this Office in relation to any such application.

Such applications will be inserted in at least three separate issues of the Gazetle, before they will be dealt
with by the Governor, so that applicants must be prepared for this delay.

The undermentioned applications are hereby notified.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
15th July, 1952.

By Order,

J. L. ROBINSON,
Clerk to the Administrator.



TO PURCHASE.

All those pieces or parcels of land situate at Matthews Hstate in the Parish of Saint Paul in the Island of
Antigua all as the same are delineated on maps or plans of the said area prepared by Mi. Michael St. Clair Batson,
Licensed Surveyor and containing the areas set out and bounded as follows:—

Lot No.
3 A

4H

6A

10 B

10 C

eD)

14,

22.

Bills

34.

41.

41 A

OTe

70.

104.

Area.

4.827 acres

OOS OMaars
1.656 ,,
AN oy

eee

AS GR:

E23 Sm,

5.827 45

IBS 95 snes
2.023 ,,

5,000 square feet

8,324 ” ”

4.753 acres

320 Ome

1.600,

Boundaries.

North by lot No. 3 B, South by Lot No. 3 C, East by a road and West
by a road.

North by waste lands and a stream, South by a road, Hast by Lot
No. 4G and West by a road.

North by a road, South by Lot No. 6 B, East by a road and West by
Lot No. 6 C.

North by a road, South by Lot No. 10 A, Kast by a road and West by
a road.

North by a road, South by Lot No. 12, East by Lot No. 12 and West
by a road.

North by Lots Nos. 39 and 40 and a track, South by Lots Nos. 11A,
11B and 110, East by Crown Lands and West by a road.

North by a track and Lot No. 13, South by a track and Crown Lands,
East by Lot No. 15 and West by Crown Lands.

North by Crown Lands, South by Crown Lands, Kast by a track and
Lots Nos. 23 and 25 and West by a road and Lot No. 21.

North by a road, South by a road, East by Lot No. 32 and West by
Lots Nos. 26 and 30.

North by a road and Lot No. 33, South by Crown Lands, East by
Lot No. 35 and West by Crown Lands.

North by Lot No. 42 and a road, South by lands of 8. J. Ireland and
Lot No. 40, East by a road and Lot No. 40 and West by Lot No. 42 and
lands of S. J. Ireland.

North by Lots Nos. 42 and 41, South by a road and Crown Lands,
East by Lot No. 41 and Crown Lands and West by Lot No. 42, Crown
Lands and a road.

North by Lots Nos. 59 and 60, South by Lot No. 56, East by Lot
No. 55 and West by Crown Lands.

North by Lot No. 69 and Crown Lands, South by Lots Nos. 63 and
64, East by Crown Lands and Lot No. 65 and West by Lots Nos. 69
and 63.

North by Lot No. 105 and a track, South by Lot No. 103, East by a
track and Lot No. 103 and West by Matthews Estate.





ANTIGUA.

Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands, by E. M. BLACKMAN,

Government Printer—By Authority

1952. :
[Price 19 cents.]
No. 8 of 1952. — Industrial Development.

Yee
I Assent,
K. W. BracKksurne,
Governor.
20th June, 1952.

ANTIGUA.
No. 8 of 1952.

An Ordinance to provide for the establishment of
a Board for securing the industrial develop-
ment of the Presidency, to define the powers
of the said Board, and for purposes connected
with the matters aforesaid.

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

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Industrial Development Ordinance, 1952.

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

“ Administrator ’’ means the Administrator of
the Presidency ;

“Board” means the Industrial Development
Board established under section 3 of this
Ordinance;

‘“¢ Treasurer’ means the officer for the time
being perforining the duties of Treasurer
of the Presidency.

3. (1) There shall be established in. accord-
ance with this Ordinance a Board to be called the
“ Industrial Development Board” which shall be a
body corporate with perpetual succession and

ommon seal,

248.7247
boa
anh fv

ANTIGUA.

Short Title.

Interpreta-
tion,

Establish-
ment of In
dustrial
Development
Board,
ANTIGUA.

Constitution
of the Board.

2 Industrial Development. No. 8 of 1952.

(2) The common seal of the Board shall be
authenticated by the signatures of the chairman
and the secretary of the Board and shall be judi-
cially noticed. :

(3) The Board shall have the power to make
contracts and to sue and be sued in their corporate
name.

(4) All deeds and other documents required
to be executed by the Board shall be sealed with
the common seal of the Board and signed by the
chairman of the Board and countersigned by the
secretary of the Board.

4. (1) The Board shall consist of as many
memberg as the Governor in Council may deter-
mine and shall hold office during the pleasure of
the Governor in Council:

Provided that every member of the Board
shall automatically vacate his office after he has
held it for two years but shall be eligible for re-
appointment.

(2) The Governor shall appoint from among
the members of the Board a chairman who shall
preside at all meetings of the Board but in his
absence the members present shall elect one of
their number to be chairman of the meeting.

(3) A member shall vacate his office if he—

(a) resigns in writing addressed to the
Administrator;

(6) departs from the Presidency without
the leave of the Board or remains out of the
Presidency after the expiration of his leave;

(c) fails, without reasonable excuse (the
sufficiency whereof shall be determined by the
Board) to attend three consecutive meetings

of the Board.

(4) The Administrator may at any time
appoint some person’ to be a member of the Board—

(a) for the unexpired period of office of
any member who shall die or vacate his office;
No. 8 of 1952: Industrial Development. 38

(b) for the period of any leave granted
to a member of the Board. :

(5) Where the chairman is absent from the
Presidency or on leave, the Administrator may
appoint another member to be chairman for the
time being.

(6) The powers of the Board shall not be
affected by any vacancy in the membership thereof.

5. (1) The Board may employ—

(a) an executive officer;

(6) a secretary ;

(c) an accountant; and

(d) engineers, officers, inspectors, and
such clerks, workmen and labourers as may be
necessary, —

and fix the salaries or wages to be paid to them.

(2) The Board may suspend or dismiss any
such officer or person.

(3) The Board may require any officer or
servant to give security to their satisfaction for the
due execution of his duties.

6. It shall be lawful for the Board’ to pro-
vide for the establishment and maintenance of
a provident fund or pensions scheme for the benefit
of the officers and servants of the Board and for
that purpose to make such arrangements as the
‘Board may deem necessary.

7. Decisions of the Board may be taken at
meetings or, in cases in which the chairman shall so
direct, by the recording of the opinions of members
on papers circulated among them:

Provided that where papers are circulated—

(a) the chairman may direct that the
papers shall not be circulated to any member
who through interest, illness, absence from
the Presidency or otherwise, is, in the opinion
of the chairman, incapacitated from voting on
such papers; and

ANTIGUA.

Appointments
of officers and
servants,

Establishment
of provident |
fund, etc,

Decisions of
the Board.
ANTIGUA.

Meetings of
the Board.

Power of the
Board to
acquire and
dispose of

* property.

11/1944.

Duties and
powers of the
Board.

4, Industrial Development. No. 8 of 1952.

(b) adecision shall not be acted upon
unless it is unanimous..

8. (1) The chairman or any two other
members of the Board may at any time. call a meet-
ing of the Board.

(2) The quorum of the Board at any meeting
shall be three.

(3) All acts of the Board and all questions
coming or arising for the decision of the Board shall
be decided by a majority of the votes of the mem-
bers present, and when the votes are equal, the
chairman shall have a second or casting vote.

(4) Minutes of each meeting shall be kept in
proper form by the secretary of the Board and
shall be confirmed by the chairman at the next
ensuing meeting and a copy of such minutes shall
as soon as practicable thereafter be forwarded to the
Administrator.

9. (1) Subject ‘to the provisions of this
Ordinance, the Board may acquire, hold, mortgage
and dispose of any property real and personal:

Provided that no purchase, sale or disposition
of any land by the Board shall be made without the
approval of the Governor.

(2) If the Board is unable to acquire by agree-
ment and on reasonable terms any land which they
consider it necessary to acquire for the purposes of
this Ordinance, the Board shall report the fact to
the Governor in Council and, if the Board so
requests, the Governor in Council may, if he thinks
fit, take the necessary steps to acquire such land
compulsorily under the provisions of the Land
Acquisition Act, 1944.

10. (1) The Board shall be charged with the
duty of securing the investigation, formulation and
carrying out of projects authorised by the Governor
in Council, for developing the resources of the
Presidency with a view to the expansion of pro-
duction therein of raw materials or for other
industrial or trade development therein.
No. 8 of 1952. Industrial Development. 5

(2) The Board shall have power, for the pur-
poses of the discharge of their duty under subsection
(1) of this section, to carry on all activities the
carrying on whereof appears to them to be requisite,
advantageous or convenient for or in connection
with the discharge of their said duty, including the
processing and manufacturing of products from
locally produced and imported. raw materials and
the marketing of such products.

11. Itshall be lawful for the Board, with the
approval of the Governor in Council, to delegate to
any person or body of persons, as their agents, any
of the powers and duties conferred on them by this
Ordinance in relation to the carrying out. of any
project authorised under section 10 of this Ordi-
nance.

12. (1) The Governor may, with the appro-
val by resolution of the Legislative Council, place
at the disposal of the Board such funds as may be
necessary for carrying out their duties under this
Ordinance, either out of the proceeds of loans raised
for the purpose or out of the general revenue of the
Presidency. The repayment of such funds by the
Board shall be made out of the revenue derived
from their business under this Ordinance by pay-
ments to the Treasurer of such amounts, at such
rates of interest and at such times as shall be
specified in the resolution.

(2) Pending the raising of any such loans, it
shall be lawful for the Governor by warrant under
his hand to authorise the Treasurer to make
advances to the Board in such sums and on such
terms and conditions as he may think fit for the
purposes authorised by this Ordinance.

(3) The Board may, with the approval! of the
Governor in Council, borrow such sum or sums of
money as the Board think, proper for defraying
the expenses incurred in the conduct of their busi-
ness under this Ordinance and the Board may enter
into arrangements with any bank with which the
Board may have a current account to overdraw
their account to such extent as may be approved as
aforesaid,

ANTIGUA.

Power to
delegate.

Advances and
repayment of
advances.
ANTIGUA. 6 Industria/ Develojment. ‘No. 8 of 1952..

Funds of the eS. (1). The fie’ of the Board — shall
Beare: consist of—

(a) such sums as may be placed at the
disposal of the Board under section 12 of this
Ordinance;

(6) such sums as may accrue to the Board
from the conduct of their business under this
Ordinance; .

(c) such sums as may be granted to or
acquired by the Board with the approval of the
Governor in Council from any other source.

(2) The funds of the Board shall be applied
towards—

(a) the payment of rates, taxes and in-
surance premiums;

(6) the payment of all expenses, includ-
ing the remuneration, salaries and wages of
the officers and servants of the Board;

(c) the payment of all other expenses
incurred by the Board in the exercise of their
powers and in the conduct of their business
under this Ordinance;

(d) the payment of interest on loans and
advances and the repayment of any such loans

and advances; ;

(e) the creation of a reserve fund up to
such limit as the Governor in Council may
authorise.

(3) Tt shall be lawful for the Board, with the
approval of the Governor in Council; to invest at
interest any surplus funds of the Board.

14. (1) The Board shall cause to be kept
proper books and accounts and other records in
relation to their business in such form as may be
approved by the Government Auditor or such
other Auditor as may be appointed by the Gover-
nor in Council.

Accounting.

(2) Separate accounts shall be kept in respect
of each project undertaken by the Board.
No. 8. of 1952. Inauctrial Development. 7

(3) All moneys of the Board accruing from
their business under this Ordinance shall be paid to
the credit of the Board into a current or savings
account at such bank or banks as may be appointed
by resolution of the Board, and such moneys shall
be paid into such bank from day to day.

(4) Cheques against any banking account shall
be signed by the secretary and countersigned by the
chairman of the Board or such other member of the
Board appointed for ‘the purpose by resolution of
the Board, a copy of which shall be certified by the
chairman and forwarded to the bank concerned.

15. (1) Allaccounts kept by the Board shall
be audited annually by the Government Auditor or
such other Auditor as may be appointed by the
Governor in Council.

(2) Such Auditor shall have the right of
inspection of such accounts at all reasonable times
and the Board shall afford all necessary facilities to
the Auditor and when required by him to do so

ANTIGNA..

Audit of
Accounts.

produce to him all books and documents in their -

possession or control.

(3) The Auditor's fees, if any, and any
expenses of the Audit shall be paid by the Board.

16. (1) The Board shall, on or before the

30th day of April in each year, furnish to the

Governor in Council a report upon their work dur-

‘ing the year ending the 31st day of December last
preceding, including—

(a) a balance sheet and a complete state-
ment of revenae and expenditure, duly
audited; and

(6) the report of the Auditor.

(2) Every report furnished under subsection
(1) of this section shall be laid before the Legislative
Council.

17. No personal liability shall attach to any
member of the Board in respect of anything done
or suffered in good faith under the provisions of
this Ordinance, and any sams of money, damages or

Annual
Report.

No persona
liability to
attach to mem
bers of Board, .
AntTicuA. 8 Industrial Development. No. 8 of 1952.

costs which may be recovered against them or any
of them for anything done or suffered as aforesaid
shall be paid out of the funds of the Board,

R. St. J. O. Wayne,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 4th day
of June, 1952. .

GA. Darou;
Clerk of the Council.

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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 18.



THE IMPORTATION OF ANIMALS (ALBERTA, SASKATCHEWAN AND
MANITOBA) REGULATIONS, 1952, DATED JuLy 12, 1952, MADE
BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 19 OF THE
DISEASES OF ANIMALS ORDINANCE, 1913 (No. 16 oF 1913).



1. Citation. . These Regulations may be cited as the
Importation of Animals (Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba)
Regulations, 1932.

2. Prohibition. Notwithstanding anything contained
in the Importation of Animal Rules, 1938, as amended, the
landing in the Presidency of cloven footed animals, the carcases
of such animals, fodder, litter and dung, from the Provinces
of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada, is hereby
prohibited owing to an outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease in
the Province of Saskatchewan. is

3. Revocation. The Importation of Animals (Car-
case and Feed) (Prohibition) Regilations, 1952 (S.R. & O,
1952, No. 14) are hereby revoked.

Made by the Governor in Council this 12th day of July,
1952.

G. A. Tutnou,
Clerk of the Council.

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No. of 1952. Afotels Ard. ‘ | ANTIGUA.

ANTIGUA.
No. of 1952.

An Ordinance to encourage the Hotel Industry in
the Presidency by granting certain relicf in
respect of customs duties, package tax and
income ,tax to persons who expend monies
upon the construction or equipment of hotels
in the Presidency and for purposes incidental
thereto or conneeted therewith.

BE 1T ORDAINED by the Governor and

Legislative Council of Antigua as follows: —

1. This. Ordinancé may be cited as the Short title.
Hotels Aid Ordinance, 1952.

2. In this Ordinance— Definition.

‘articles of hotel equipment’ means any of
the articles specified in the Schedule to
this Ordinance;

“building materials”? means materials of

every description for use in connection
with the construction of a hotel and all
structures appurtenant thereto;

“construct” includes erect, repair, alter,
reconstruct or extend;

‘extension to a hotel” means any enlarge-
ment of the accommodation of a hotel
whether by means of a uewly erected
building or by the structural alteration
of the existing building;
ANTIUUA.

Grant of Im-
port Licences,

Procedure on
application
for grant of
licences,

2 Hotels Aid. No. of 1952.

“hotel” means any building or group of
buildings (oceupied together) for the
accommodation for reward of guests and
includes the curtilage thereof and all
structures within such curtilage, contain-
ing or intended to contain when complete
not less than ten bedrooms;

‘licence’? means a licence.under section 3 of
this Ordinance;

‘licensee’? means the holder of a licence
under this Ordinance;

“prescribed” means prescribed. by Regula-
tions made under this Ordinance;

‘“ Treasurer ” means the officer for the time
being lawfully discharging the duties of
Treasurer of the Presidency or anyone
authorised by him in writing to act on
his behalf.

8. (1) Subject to the provisions of section
4 of this Ordinance the Governor in Council may
grant to every person who desires —-

(a) to construct a hotel or an extension
to a hotel a licence to import into the Presi-
dency such building materials for use in the
construction of such hotel or extension as
may be specified in the licence;

(5) to equip a newly erected hotel or
extension to a hotel a licence to import into
the Presidency such articles of hotel equip-
ment and in such quantities as may be
specified in the licence.

(2) Every licence under subsection (1) of
this section shall be in such form as may be pre-
scribed and shall be subject to such terms and
conditions as the Governor in Council may from
time to time impose.

4. Every application for the grant of a
licence shall be in such. form and contain such
information and be accompanied by such docu-
ments as may be prescribed,
No. of 1952. Hotels Aid. 3

5. very licensee shal] be entitled upon the
production of his licence to the proper customs
officer to import into the Presidency in accordance
with the terms thereof free of all customs duties
and of package tax such building materials, or
articles of hotel equipment as may be therein
specified.

6. (1) Every licensee who satisfies the
Treasurer —

(a) that any building materials or any
articles of hotel equipment specified in his
licence were purchased by him in the Presi-
dency; and

(6) that customs duties and package tax
were paid upon the importation into the Presi-
dency of such building materials or articles of
hotel equipment of the total value of not less
than four hundred and eighty dollars; and

(c) as to the amount of the customs
duties or package tax so paid,

shall be entitled to be paid an amount equivalent
to the amount of drawback which would have been
payable under section 9 of the Customs Duties
Ordinance, 1927 in relation to the granting of
drawback of customs duties if such building
materials or articles of hotel equipment had been
exported from the Presidency, and to be refunded
the package tax paid upon the importation of such
building muterials or articles of hotel equipment:

Provided that the provisions of the said sec-
tion 9 restricting the payment of drawback to
cases where the goods in respect of which the
payment is made are exported within a specified

period, shall not apply to any payment under this -

section.
(2) Every licensee who satisfies the Treas-
urer—

(a) that any building materials or any
articles of hotel equipment specified in his
licence were purchased by him in the Presi-
dency; and

(6) that customs duties and package tax
were paid upon the importation into the Presi-
dency of such building materials or articles of
hotel equipment of the total value of not less
than four hundred and eighty dollars; and

ANTIGUA.

Free entry
of building.
materials and
equipment.

Rates of
customs duties
and package
tax.

11/1927.
ANTIGUA.

11/1927.

Building
materials and
articles. of
hotel equip-
ment not to
be used for
any purpose
other than
that for which
imported.

4 Hotels Aid, No. of 1952.

(c) he is unable to ascertain the amount
of the customs duties or package tax so paid,

shall be entitled to be paid such sum as the Treas-
urer may think fit, so however, that no payment
under this subsection shall, in the case of building
materials or articles of hotel equipment which are
rated goods within the meaning of the Customs
Duties Ordinance, 1927 exceed the lowest prefer-
ential rate that has been in force for that descrip-
tion of goods at any time during the two years
next preceding the date of purchase by the licensee
and, in the case of any building materiais or
arucles of hotel equipment liable under the said
Urdinance to an ad valorem duty, exceed nine per
ceritum of the purchase price where the lowest
preferential ad valorem rate that has been in force
for that description of goods for a period of two
years prior to the date of supply was fifteen per
centum and pro rata where other ad valorem rates
have been in force during such period, together
with such additional sum (if any) as the ‘Treas-
urer may think fairly represents the amount of
package tax paid upon such goods upon their
importation into the Presidency.

7. (1) Subject to the provisions of section
8 of this Ordinance where any buiiding materials
or articles of hotel equipment have been mmported .
into the Presidency under a licence, or any sum
has been paid under section 6 of this Ordinance in
respect of anv building materials or articles of
hotel equipment, such building materials or articles
of hotel equipment shall not be sold, exchanged,
given away, exported from the Presidency or —
applied for any purpose other than use in connec-
tion with the construction or equipment of the
hotel to which the licence in which those building
materials or articles of hotel equipment were
specified relates, within three years of the date .
of the importation.of such articles or of the making
of the payment under section 6 of this Ordinance.

(2) Every person who contravenes subsec-
tion (1) of this section shall, on summary convic-
tion thereof be liable to a fine not exceeding five
hundred dollars or to be imprisoned for any term
No. of 1952. Hotels Aid. 5

not exceeding six months or to both such fine
and imprisonment.

8. (1) Where the Treasurer is satisfied that
any building materials or articles of hotel equip-
ment which have been imported into the Presi-
dency under a licence or in respect of which any
payment has been made under section 6 of this
Ordinance are no longer required for the purposes

of the hotel in respect of which the import licence:

was granted, he may grant a permit to the licensee
to dispose of such building materials or articles of
hotel equipment in such manner as he thinks fit.

(2) No permit shall be granted under sub-
section (1) of this section until the licensee has
paid to the Treasurer, or has given security to the
satisfaction of the Treasurer that he will so. pay,
all sums which would have been payable by way
of customs duty or package tax upon the importa-
tion of such building materials or articles of hotel
equipment or a sum equivalent to the amount of

drawback paid to the licensee in respect of such -

building materials and articles of hotel equipment
under section 6 of this Ordinance.

«

9. Such of the articles of hotel equipment
imported under a licence or in respect of which any
sum has been paid under section 6 of this Ordinance
as the Treasurer may require to be marked shall be
marked with such mark and in each manner as
may be prescribed. ;

10. Where the Governor in Council is satis-
fied that any licensee has—
(a) obtained the grant of any licence by
any false statement; or

(b) abused or misused any licence; or

(c) broken or failed to comply with any
conditions of such licence; or

(d) failed to pay any sum payable by.

him under the provisions of this Ordinance,
he may either suspend the operation of such
‘licence for such time and subject to such conditions
as he may think fit er may revoke such licence.

ANTIGUA.:

Treasurer
may permit
disposal of
materials etc.

Articles of
hotel equip-
ment to be
marked.

Power to
revoke licence.
AntTicua. 6

Insertion of

Hotels Aid. No. of 1952.
11. The Yncome Tax Ordinance, 1945,

seetion ira i8 hereby amended by the insertion therein,

in Income Tax

Ordinance7 next after section 10 of the following section as

of 1945,

Relief to hotel

proprietors
from Income
Tax.

Employment

section 10A:——

10A. (1) Notwithstanding anything to
the contrary, where any licence has been
granted to any person under the provisions of
section 3 of the Hotels Aid Ordinance, 1952,
the proprietor of the hotel to which such
licence relates shall be allowed in each of any
five of the eight years of assessment next
after the year of assessment in which the
licence is granted to set off against the income
arising from the hotel one-fifth of the capital

expenditure upon such hotel.

(2) No allowance shall be made under
subsection (1) of this section in respect of any
year of assessment later than the eight year
after the year of-assessment in which the
capital expenditure was incurred.

(3) No loss incurred in connection with
any botel, in any year in respect of which an
allowance is granted under this section, shall
be set off against the profits arising from any
other trade, business or vocation carried on
by the person to whom the allowance is
granted.

_ (4) In this section “capital expendi-
ture” means such sum as the Commissioners
are satisfied has been expended on- the .
purchase of building materials or of articles of
hotel equipment for the construction, recon-
struction, alteration or repair of the hotel
and. upon effecting such construction, recon-
struction, alteration or repair and upon the
installation of such equipment, but does not
include any sum paid in respect of the pur-
chase price of any land or of any existing
hotel or in respect of voodwill.

12. Except with the consent of the Gov-

of British ernor in Council at least three-fifths of the number

Subjects.

of persons employed in the construction and main:

tenance of, and in any other activity in relation to,
No. of 1952. Hotels Aid. — 7

any hotel in respect of which a licence has been
granted under section 3 of this Ordinance shall be
British subjects.

13. In the case of proceedings against a
" person under this Ordinance for or in connection
with breaches by an employee of such person of
the provisions of section 12 of this Ordinance —

(a) it shall not be a defence that the
employee acted without the authority of the
employer; and

(6) any material fact known to the

ANTIGUA.

Responsibility
of employer
for act of
employee.

employee shall be deemed to have been known -

to the employer.

14. The Governor in Council may make
regulations generally for giving effect to the pro-
visions of this Ordinance, and without prejudice
to such general power may make regulations—

(a) prescribing the form of, and the
information to be contained in, and the docu-

“ments to accompany, any application for a

licence under section 3 of this Ordinance;

(6) prescribing the form in which any
licence may be granted under section 3 of
this Ordinance;

(c) prescribing the type of mark ‘to be
affixed to any article and the manner in which
such mark shall be affixed;

a RD) prescribing penalties for the breach
of any regulations made hereunder.

15. The Governor in Council may, from
time to time by Order, add to or remove from the
Schedule to this Ordinance, any article of hotel
equipment.

President.

Passed the Legislative Council this - day
of 1952.

Clerk of the Council.

Regulations.

Power to
Change
Schedule.
AntTIavA. 8 © Hotels Aid. No. of 1959.
SCHEDULE.

Beadsteads, bedsprings, chairs, tables, washhand stands, sofas,
wardrobes, presses, billiard tables and their appliances, pianos, organs,
radios, dynamos, air conditioning apparatus.and appliances, refrigera-
ting apparatus and appliances, mirrors, pillows, mattresses, crockery,
silver and plated tableware, table glassware, cutlery, kitchen utensils
including stoves, iceboxes, bed linen, table linen, towels, rugs ane
carpets. {

OBJECTS AND REASONS.

The object of this Bill is to stimulate the expansion of the
hotel industry in the Presidency by allowing the following con-
cessions to persons constructing new hotels ‘of not less than ten
bedrooms, or extensions thereto:—

(a) under the authority of a licence granted by the
Governor in Council, exemption from or remission of
Customs Duties and package tax on building materials and
articles of hotel equipment utilised in the construction of
such new hotels or extensions; and

(b) certain relief to the hotel proprietors concerned
from income tax in each of any five of the eight years of
assessment next after the year of assessment in which the
licence is granted.

Co AS Kansrcn,
Crown Attorney.

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