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Group Title: Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette.
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
Physical Description: 12 v. : ; 25-35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Antigua
British Virgin Islands
Publisher: Govt. Printer.
Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
Frequency: weekly
completely irregular
Subject: Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
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legislation   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
General Note: Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.
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Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

Table of Contents
        Page 65
        Page 66
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 12 of 1958: Ticket Duty Ordinance, 1957
        Page A-1
        Page A-2
        Page A-3
    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 16 of 1958: Officer in charge of Prison Discipline (Validation of Acts) Ordinance, 1958
        Page B-1
        Page B-2
        Page B-3
    Montserrat, Ordinance, no. 18 of 1958: Montserrat Constitution and Elections (Amendment) Ordinance, 1958
        Page C-1
    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 1 of 1958: Cruikshank Gratuity Ordinance, 1958
        Page D-1
    Virgin Islands, Ordinance, no. 3 of 1958: Matrimonial Causes Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1958
        Page E-1
        Page E-2
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 14 of 1958: Passport Visa (Exemption) (Amendment) Order, 1958
        Page F-1
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 3 of 1958: Prison (Amendment) Rules, 1958
        Page G-1
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 10 of 1958: Pensions (Amendment) Regulations, 1958
        Page H-1
Full Text



J0 Yublished by 'clautfhori\
_VOL. III. Ti i[: ). Y,-(;) i91, No. 14.

FORM NO. II. --- / Section 54 (2).

Notification of Electhioi' .-

TA K El NOTICE that a poll will be taken for the election of two members for the Colony
to serve in the House of Reprosentatives of the West Indies.
Thle poll wil! be opened on the 25th day of March. 195S. at the hour of seven o'clock in
the forenoon ai d kept open lili the hour of six in tie afternoon in the following polling stations
established in the Colony, tat! i-< Io say:-
Polling ,-_ *.ton- -.
1. For the polliii)L division of St. Joihn's City (North)-
(i) Tlhe i (ii) The St. .loii's hInfant School, Elliot's Lane. St. John.
(iii) The Coi'rt H-ouseo, lon Street. t. .Jolin.
2. For the pollin~l division of -t. lohln's ('ity (South)-
(i) The C'onvent Iligh Scliool, H1igh Street, St. John.
(ii) 'The Hlandicraft Workshop, Pedlciii'e Street. St. John.
(iii) The (;overnnelnt, Elementary Sciio,), Ottos.
3. For the polling division of Saint .Join (Rural) West-
(i) The u.luildin"g at the \Vest ~Bs Station.
(ii) The governmentt Elementary School, Five Islands.
(iii) The Government Elementary School. Greenbany.
4. For the polling division of Saint John ( ural) Soiit--
(i) The Government Elementary School. Potters.
(ii) lHuilding at Ottos owned by -Mr. John I. Martin.
(iii) The Government Elementary School, Bendals.
(iv) The Christian Mission Church, Buckleys.
(v) The governmentt Elementary School, Sea View Farm.
(vi) The governmentt Elementary School. All Saints.
5. For the polling division of Saint George and Saint John (Rural) North-
(i) The Princess Margaret School, Dickensoibay Street.
(ii) The Government Elementary School, New Winthorpes.
(iii) The Anglican Schoolroom, St. Jlohnsion'is Village.
(iv) The Saint Mark's Government Elementary School, Pigotts.
(v) The St. James' Government Elementary School, Cedar Grove.

3 -F. 7 7

6. For the polling' dliv ision ofi Saint Alary-

(i) The ( overnnmnt ElAeneiitavy school. Cedar Hall.

(ii) The G'overinment El'eiiieitar' School, 11olalls.
(iii) Th'le Gov ernmien t Ja~enentar :'vSch ool, Johlnsons' Point,

(iv) The ( government i fan I Scbo I, Li ii ins.

Qvi) I% W11 ;overnmncllt ldemcnteirt try Schoocl, Smwcolfs.
7. lFor the I'oklii k lii.;ioiin of >aint Paul:--
(i) 10'h 0\ eIIIIO{'It Eleniciitar' Sch ool, S wet es.
(ii) Sp)tna'AgeLbra
(iii) ['irh o h 11 iiex l lementaryiSuciictHY Sc1ool, Beothesdia.
(iv) i Governmien nt loleaentarvv coolo, 'ohhs Cross.
8. For the dofli vi, (iii ioul of Saint Phllipi[ and Saint Peter-

(i) The Tr:aicde Uiion Hall, FreCinans Village.

(iS 'The! f oa, er nnent ElemenI uary School, Iarnaui.

(iii) Tih hoatothr's I )ispeiiry, Carty Hill.
(iV) 'Thie Mcverii 1 fltt Elemnentary School, Wiillikies.
(v) 'i :. -(;o mlneiiit Eilenietl ariv School, l'ewfie'd.

(vi) '1 ovn i. ac i t Eleihnntary School, -Freetown.

9. Fior the pa i d i wvinoin of lPatimula-
TC'. (6oVC'InnIent j untovir o, Coi-i'lgton, Village, S'

The ('aididat e, iv 10 thiie election are as iholowss:-
Bradley Theodore Carrott,
John Rowan Henry,
Novelle Hamilton Richard3.
The n ndiibev of Woe's jiven to the S(eVaI C d l iiktt es w-ill ki OU t VeA. day 01
March, I 9hS. at 7 o'clock ini ISo ha' 0illiaf at tli1 kl\( iulaa I -
1. The (COurt' 1101oue, 'Lon'-, Streel.
2. Thel Anet~ ('iiIIigl S( ,o ol, Cli7, h S veil-

-1. The 6 ( ovel'i nment, lIuionental-I. SAm All Saints.
5. TIh ('lrie 11iCn '55 \lib't re School, 1)?(-iAensonlya_ I t.
G.'flie (T Goveri ben td elomea tary' Sclhiol M )inaIs-.

[. 'lTe (overin'int Eleu'iuonta~vk School, Swoeu''s.
A riThe (Aoer'inuineit An ; A T hool, IS m l'haihn.

9. I'' e (A"viinien t A no io '-Chool Co(r vington Village Barhuda.
f;I which all persons itre hereby reiiiuirel to takb nutimb 'nni povern themselves accordingly.

J)ated this 3rd day of I'arch, i T

0/1 21ic, 1958lt.
'if.~C' %o .18

Arllarl 20 I Ti1I.I,,' AlVFWN V A I A 5) \ I, E, I AT A- D VIEG I N IS I. 1)"AZTT1,',. 67


W'aiti reftI 1)0''' to tiP ter!hlcornilniC
E1Ictivit 4 ,wii niiieiiibs to ow e Ii
the I 11mm of LA.'rcwntti'.1'- or I1le

pro~i)iMiis i 4"ctitoli Ki Iof the Ati-

e nlec ho 01aapI Ir h ,i

of wich Illeo bes,

for any p',-oI 1, ti \VI'iil
January, 1" 1 ;UP t!e
March, 1. ".-, tV

A5 an oktoln
the .'Ill (NYI

(a<) act in a dlisorderly miannerI,
with intelit to prti' n1 the transae-
tion olf ti. i )i >iinei s of a public
nwetinhg called for the pnirpose of
promotions ill ee!,ction of a cildi-
date as ;i nl(m"tl|)r to serve in Tihe
IHouse 4, tlitnrs'ntatives of I I
NW.st Indio.': or

(b) incite, combine or coispire
with ]>!heir to act, in a disorderly
nianvnr with intent to prvmn" the
transaciioi of tih- business of a
pubi(c iinetiIng called for the pur-
pos, of promnoting the election of a
cu:l jid;ato a-;s a m niemil"'r to serve in
thi saii HIouse.

An otitince under (a) above isl
punisihabl sunim ily by ia line of
Xlo": an;d theli o-iindr is ditliSaiil d
for :a period of live yi-arw flroin date
of conviction from bSing re(ittr'd
as a votr or voting ;at anily op'ilion.
In the cnw;o of an nif'ence under (A)
above N hiO h is triadhle (,n indictnu-nt.,
the offend.ii on conviction is liable to
imprisonment for two ysi-ars and iI
siniilarl; disquatlilt i'.

Henry J. Elwin,
S,,f'rIiit)r of Elections'.

Aduminjistratfor',s "
'S ./oIhn'',
A1 tiqu (.
28th FKfbrua'i//, M&!)~i.
Ref. No A. 18/i.

The Colonil; Office announce that
Par liaiwntary under Secretary of
Stato for ti' (iColonies will r lpresent
Her MalIjsty's (SGovei nannt at the
Iiiinauuratioin Iy iHer RIoyal Iigthness
PlINClESS MAl'At(ARfiT of tlih Legis-
lature of the Federation of The West
Indies in Trinidad next April. Mr.
PROFUMO who wiill be accompanied
S)y his wife hopws to be able to visit
British Oniaina, Barbados, Jamaica,
Britishl Honduras ,and the Windward
anrdIeward Islands while he is in
the alra."

Clief Secrrtary's Q0 ". -,
20th March, 1958.
pRef, No. C. 18/(00)171

Ilk Excellaxicy th- Goxeii r 1!a,

i SS I I ed it ('Onllllit urll to INS llonlrn
ALEC 1a-\ IL A AIA11 AM..

appoiNS, g bhn. to h, hk r4pmy bwr
to the Met- t KOM=ileil 'II1(1 th 1 Tllt

M .0"n 95'
hief. N- i 0

18/ -'' I/an/i~i;r, I 2-
froit N! Isicr: I)u~o 1ric~

It k ln~I ii ied ft' r :i illf, 1%if): I-
tio n tri It til( S e tary of Slttl !I'P
tho' ( 0olivs ha jlq lod"L N. Q'i
1"occON, ().B.E., to be his f1aou-
AdIviser in isi 'ssl Ini t lt L irM.
It. M%. I3ALTRO1', (VM.G., C. [i...
fJ.S.O. T'1his utlpI)iioinit \vill be
f(we. .- from the 27th FiIebrnary,

Andni ilil'lit7htif ('.

17111 March-l, 191
Atef. A. MR.

Venezuelan Consular Representation.
Ait aiii iiioi r general iliI)Ii-
thOn0 .1. flelij H", osne orf Her-

a' iP t iCIrlili Ii t'Oxc ~ if 0llti1~l 11
Ims KA; acconi"I provitsioric~ualrc 5ec-:
,it Pert f 'Spaini in snccf aslic).

2t d i I i ILI iin~' 1N't isO, iV/.t

I '"i I/a Q U ft.1
J],i. A. 1-3.

It is I a- Lx loit] LeaI penural'1

oIf wS 111 179 (1) f Ow In nlhic
11 I alt Oi )' ltlwcf, lt h. 11 (Xaii ltai
Board ofI HelalIthIi I44 .A ntigua hals
ant]Pie iS the 1'c xi licerg tlo


T1he thief Health Inspectlmn

The Senior Public' H 'Ailii Imop"NT

Adionin is/raloi's 0OYice,

19th Matrch. 1,958.

WE. No.8 K. SAM.

Election Notice.

'Vi'( Adminiistra~tori oIf Anitiguia has
heeni jplease))(1 undr so-t ionl 39 (1) of
the Aotigua constitution and lfh c-
tions Ordinlanice, L?", m ISaltpt El andI
Modified~l for' tile' 1)tlIiIOeq lof Chli~t tI
to till House~l "I) HopreseHititiivixs of
the Weist IiiOtol appoIint the
unldernien'ttillned persoins as deputy

rt.liiurnin:.: oiii'rris for the respective
).llii ai' iis hieroiulder in con-
in-itio: \it i :i iih' election of trwo
nleiimbveri l, t;!' ('lo!iy to serve in
thel said lIonu".:--

1. Earle Pc:.i.;.a L Johin City

2. CL.rin.c~ Edwards St. John's City

H. Huberl Henry St. John (lnral)

I. Clarence Simon St. John (Rural)

5. Rawdon Edwards St. Paul

6. Oscar M. Bird St. Mary

7. James H. Carrott St Philip &
St. Pet(r

8. C. M. O'Mard St. (oGorge &
St. John (liural) North

9. Joshua H. Joseph irbuida.

Aidnmia istr/or's O!7r .
,t. John.
5th Mari. 195.S

Ref. No. A, 18i/0.

N, 32.

.p lpoittinet nt, tra :, fers. etc'., in
ti! pIulic s-i"ice, v.with effect from
in, (i'.is tilst t t pi, lishe(l for
u tnerali infortntiol) :-


AiAr'ts, >, A-ssh:talnt T. acher Class 1I.
Elduetiaon I),partmn;;nt disuilisset
from tiii Civil Service. Mar. 1

Ei;PHlnit. Mis 1E i ., AppnIointed Uncer-
ti icat d Teac ii'-r. Education Depart-
mnent. Jan. 13

Io EtUIIt',, A., Unc(rtifioated Teachir,
Ki ia-atioim i)"p,}ai'tine t, re.igned
a;ppoi]n';i, ;. Mar. 1

!oi,]> o (i P i',,t.y Oicl er Class III,
Public Works Diepartmient appoint-
Il Pi'-tt\ Offieo-rc l:; II. Public
Workh D)partnieut.
Mlr. 9, 1957
N A. i: I - -1.

No. 33.

'lie Governor's Deputy has ben
please to assnt to o the undernen-
tioied Ordinance:-


No. 1; of 1958. "The Officer in
Charge of Prisons Discipline (Valida-
tion of Acts) Ordinance, 1958."
Mar. 13, 1958

chief f Secretary's Office.
Anti / qI I (.
14th Mairch, 175S.
Ref. No. 47/00527.

F9 TIi IE APT N IGA, MONVIS It 1411' ANI) VI IUIN IS LANDS AUIR 11 \Iarv 20, 1..-

No. 34.

IIis Exccllency the Governor has
been pleased to assent to the undwr-
mentioned Ordinance:-


No. 18 of' 1958, "The Montseirrat
Constitution and Elections (Amenid-
men!) Ordilnance, 1958 ".
Mar. 14, 19158

Chief Serolairy's (y ,.( ,

171ti March, 1958.
Ref. No. 47/i01( 0-1].

No. 35.

The f'oiin) Orlinances A Statu-
tory Rules ;mid (Orders are et rciiatld
with this (fT' -(!t and form pail

Ol;D!IN lN(;CE S.

J! :, .2i' l' It t.

NT,. 12 of 195.< "-'1i Ti kb.t l)I ty
Ordi;;hct., 1957." 3 pp). P'i.' 5 &.' .

No. 1i of 1958. The Ofiice-r in
(ChI:ue 'f Prisi-n Disciplin- (Vli ;T a-
tion of Acts) Ordiniiance, 1. '."
3 Jp. PLico" 5 cfN.
No. 18 of' 19*, "' Ti Mo-ri at
(.nsii'ntion and hle'etions (Amnind-I
roti) o(rdiianc., 1958."
1 pl p. t'!it' 1 ',is.

Firgyin lJlands..

No. 1 of 1.'0., The (Cr ikshank
Gnatuity Ordinance, 1958'."
1 pp. Price 3 cls.
No. 3 of 1958, The Matrimonial
Closes Act (An, mIintent) )Ordinance,
1 O'S." 2 pp. Price 4 l/,


A 'orn oi.

NM It of 1.i58, i Pas.port tVi' a
(Ex'em'ptiotn) (Amenin ati) O rder,
] -.I 1 pi. Price 3 t,s.


No. of' 1958, Th I prison
(Anmndodent) Rules, 19)58."
1 pp. Piric' 3 ct.'<

No. 10 of 158. "TIh l'ensions
(Amrndltimnt) R-guIlattions, 1.)9.S."
1 pp. Price 3 ic/s.


LIST of Gazettes and Legal Supule-
nlmnis re,- ived for sAl+ at the Gov-
riit-ent Printing Otlic, Antirgua, are
apijeided l).'low:--

(0) Gazette Nos. 1 to 8 -Vol. I,
I!)S. P-rice 18 lents.


(i-) No A1po lol58, "Thi Appoint-
noilt in ihe l'Pulic SHorvice (J).'Lega-
ion) '. _,.i ....,19,8, ar d

No. 2 of' 19.5S, 'roclamatiion bring-
in"' e rf.tiln provi-ions of thl (Cons titu-
thin in tlo force." 'ri'i S 'tts.

(,) '" IWitili Car:il ean Fe erialion
Act, 10.l5, with Thi We\ t Indie.s
(['eder.nion) ()rdt-r iln Conn(l.!. 1),)7,
kad ely (vacnies fitio oJfn thAde W\st
[niiV.." /'rice 1q re"0 /.
( ieNtul;iions, 19I5." Po.' -'n''U cr t/,.

(') lPwi t I11- "lntatrit y linstru-
n l.-it No. 35 ol IoS and

t; utii ory i In ls' intl 'a t No. 4 of
195 ." Pricc 'r ir ) /

Likely vacancies for Junior Administra-
tive '" Vi in the Federal Establishment.

Applicationsareitio e for appoIint-
.nw'nt ft posts of Asasisr ; et acretary
(,.:tmry .tale 0..80 x 21Q-. 7,-4) p.vr
; aililunl) ;nd Admini:trrativo Ato istauti
(S:tlary sca.l\ $-4,1 1-x = 5-i-- 2.520 )r

wl'nch atd, likely to b tcomui available
froi t or after April, 1i l8.li

2. Tihe conditions of apponinltmutd
al'rt froin that of salfry giv r the as follows -- i

(,) free lpas',gos hy the cheapest
tind ll ost Jirect rout. to Trini-
dad and, i'1 niot uiils,'.ouently
permanently l'r;tls'l '(rd to ti he
[''(t ral (CiVi S 'vic'. lack to
the territory frmi'i vlich r 'r nitied fror hin l>'f. hi, wif
ami his ehiblren \ho are under
the age of I1 years andI who are
dependent upon hiin, up to a
maximum of five l irsniti in all;

(b) the cost ato' t a reasotalie amourit oI pr'n)i
and h>ou,, old ceeding (20 ( u t iilf i-.ifl) to
Trinidad and back to t-he terri-
{ory fIromn whlichl ri-rited
under tihe' conditions in (.a)
,b w\'W \\' lil W lt- F'qr Fed- -
iMul i'Usnds;

(c) the cost olf transipoe t tiing a CaWr i
sa to 'Triniiia and iick to the
t,,rritory 'frim which -rcrutitel
under (he conliti,,s .r (a)
a'.in\,e \vo(hli b! .'t o l: ro l Fed-
Iral fnlllds ihut nlo tlhlo ciOSt 'ratin- o 0 pcciMd ,..rag. cthatge."
on unloading;

td) (quarltt'"rs wohl i provided on
pIyment i rIntIal of Itenl por
cent. of salar'y: if b:lsi<, h!<'avy
fill'nilure is >provid-,, a r1-ntal
of five percent, tper 'annum of
thel value would be charged for

(e) vacation leave at the rate of 45
days a year;

(f) lave p;ssa- e.( up to 0i1" CMrSt "f
three o auIt return plssaes ,
front Trinidad to thy Un1ited
Kingdolm would be ovide ,after conipltinIg a tiih..inmum
tour of nt l,-iU. ti an l',r o a\;tr ;

(/) f'r. e medical] :ttelnti ,n h pro-
Svidedt hut the ,i st of any
ie:<'ary Ioperative treatment,
X-ray e.\xaina(ionis or bniteorio-
i,,ie 'l i s,.rvices would hb mot
foiin Fe-deral fiuiis for the
)o'. .'Or l himself only;

:,7 thie appointment would te on
'il ecomdl lit in) the first instance
and pen, n)i ri'ighlz; would be
-ifeeN "rml'ld y< thv po'yin'ent of
I,,nsion con)rilbutions; upon the
e,;tetioent ,f Federal P'ensiolm

fo'r-d to I i sionalle post in
ro F -ider;i (Civil Service.

A./; I: ,'n isftrato '., ).':i-,

,f. N'o. A. I':

A \T ;I a i th i i larc 1:i')8.

S'-'E RdIN 11 Ci t-iiI ',- i' Al'V IT-
E I). of 2:) M ,tin : ld [ll ,],; > ~ t, .,
Geoe ') town, I',ritish (Guiai tt, have
., lied or efv ,ldin ol me Trade-
M'rk cmosistin:a, of the iliov in':-

,1 i "* ,
,, ,, a2 : .. ..

v"Nw '4, 40 f' tf l i ii A t i K iCd ri i'. t iv<-
,I tili ca ido IMn.

Anv )p.-s 1 t:,-y \ i i tm re,
woilit s fromi ( ie ,l:it, oi" the. (irst
peAgricul thisural Advertisment, in

snd.,. c Antioua, ol' <>p]i ):-sition to recist'ration
.>! the i

Ail. }{ngistfr'f,'"r i/ 7'raide Mmrks.

Agricultural Department,

IN K2, 1 .5
To V % I. A lII 'a 21 _-,

iL :, 1 6;
1. I 2 2
2.1 5


2f f, fvj A11 i A> G UA, IN 0NTS EA'U AT 1 ANj Vi IUJIN ISLANDS GAZi 'TV { ;

ANTX I;A, 1 lth Marich, i'.'.

ED, of 29 Main and iHon- :rrt,i,,
G{-.rgetow n, British <;uiatn'.a, ;ave
ai,plied for !egirri, tio, o "f 011, '?Pratle
.:: consisting of th-. fllowi7.g:-

in (il 42 that is to say: Cokig i
Oitrde Marxairine.

'The Applicants claim that thfyi
have usN-id the said Trade Ma& k i:;
r'es)pec of the said voods for one y-art
I ifore thi daiti of' their said ki -

Any person may within tilhrn
months tromt the date of th, tiist
appearance: of this Advertiseunint in
the Antigua, Montserrat and Vi fia'
Islands Gizette, give notice in t
cate at the Trad, [ arks (!)iic,
Antigua, of opposiniin to roeistr:htit
of the said Trad" Mark.

Ag. Registrarr of i',.ii Miarks.




20th February. 1. -

LIMITED, of 449, Lon don Road,
Isleworth. Middlesex, Englanid, ihas
applied for Registration of One Tr ade
Mark consisting of the f ,'.'.iior-


in '1,1-. 48, Perfinpry (including
toilet articles, prIparatn'ins for the
tee th and hair atni pci erfunr( i -o):;.
The Applicants clHtii thIt tlih -id
Tradi- il;'rk in ri-sec; of tfl s-aid
goods has not Ieeln in use ir the
Virgin Islands Ib-fore the d;(t- of
their said Application.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigua, MontS.rra' t amd Virgin
Islands Gazflle. give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Tortola, British Virgin Islands, of
opposition to registration of the said
Trade Mark.

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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

A.D. 1958.

NOTICE' is hereby yi n that in
pursuance of Rules iu:Ide by the
Chief justicee und efr ctiii: 1I of the
Winhvrd 141ands anl l, v."d Is-
] t inln d, ',,t iir l i()l',i l i l ,, : I 'l,'il 2
and i ;ll lr, .I' di' v :1; i ni l'i l! pro-
vided oni the lt;h 4da, d !. r,
A.I). 194L iie Hono !ul;d ,- J dgc s-ilct.d .for ,.. itth: oi hI
(Conur in the Virgin Islai-itd Circuit
has appointed tliw day of tlic mrolinh
on whIich the ensuing Court shall sit
as follows, that is to say:i--

Th Virgin Islands Court on Mon-
day the 14th day of Ag\ui, !.'5.-., at
10 o'clock in the forenoon.

Datid the 28th day of Febru:ry,
H. Alex. Bessia
Irgistlra r.

Th :itentioi nf Im iheneral pnblii
is i.i t t, o- iell. Prottctin Oti-
nan<, N,,. 7 of 19)57 particularly to
i)par!ta i.h 4 (1 ) w\ i;'h states It shall
11i! hi,' ii',, ;1 1 i ';Tr ,; pier^'dn to:--

(ai) di. takie or carry away, or aiid
or assist in digjinQ, taking <,r carry-
inw a\\ay for huiltin fir cons:true-
tion tpurc itt he or fior ti-i purpose (i f
providiir;: ballast for v.:-sls any
sall S!,. i, sliin le or grav l froml
_Ii y :'seachl or seiashlior' in tihe
C oiollyt in'
(1! c,,tvy or move f1'r building
or c0(1strulltion pIlrposc-ys (r for thef
puirpos, >" ,1 rovidin;.g t lal:.,s for ves-
sels any 'uch sand, tit,'. atisingle'
or-ravi-iel lollg any public road, ex-
(-pit n i r 1 a1 Id in i c irdl-- with a
writ .n p5nrmiit fa n h,, ili (c ,nirial
Eillintr or an analuthis-d i offl'i.r
and enslject to sucil tr'ni-i tin d ctol-
ldiLt;is. as are therein simulat(,d."
2. ty virtue of thl) poiv-rs con-
ferred on nim under sichion ,3 if the
above Ordinance, I herebyi appointit the
polic- oflie-r fr o the Liiin heingl in
char,. of ,i''ry 1polc. ;it i'n (other
than tIe Palri l of OSai-t iJohn) in the,
Color, to a;n authiorised onfticer iti
respae't o'f tihe distii(ti in which tthe
Police Statiii is sitnaltd for tie pur-
pos, o: i-suoig permits for tlhe r-mova!
of msad st,,nr slhinl; or opravei froll
any [I' ;,cel in tih district afore'said.
Perimiis ii respect of th-ii P;rishi of
Saint Jiln will be ipsstd by nit tit
the Pullli' Works Depart ment, Sainti
3. Any person requiring, sand e(o
froin atny l each otihr than in tlhe
Parish of Saint John should apply to
thil Police, Station of the district for a
permit .

4. Until further notice the follow-
ing beach-.s are closed for the removal
of any sand, stone, shingle or grtavel:-

Fort J;,:lns to S.itld Hiavien

Sand aIIven to C(orl)bi;i1. Point

Ballast Bay

Side liill IHy

Picaris Bay (I)Dad Sands)

South K sister,) half

Half Mo.n Bay

1 1ng H:;>.

h. ;, AM0IYTA' E.
Cilonia I nginyer.

Applications are invited f'r the post
of Financial Secretary, Domin ica.

The salary of the tl hich i;
pensional ei is in tti -.: 4.,320 x
120-$... -'. pec an ,,. ii. 20i
p';: adi liit n l [u: !' i;.:, ; chair-
minai, Intcomie ''Tx (' Ctnissioners,
S," p.at. as (Iui'reinct Uitier and
,$172.80 p.a a N:ava:l portion Offi-
cer. The appoint a 1t ca,i xs with it
liability to transferr to any post of
equivalent status in Wind~aird I [s Hndit


The duties o(f tll po.: atro:-

(i) to advise (i U rnine"nt on all
financial lunt trs:

(ii) to be respon'iihie for Financo
and Fisca:l Policy, Custonms
and Taxation;:

(iii) to p-rform' the duties of
Comptroller of customss and
Excise: (ICurrency Officer,
Naval tlporting Olfier:
(Chairmai. Incom Tax
Con'ni',sioner-: ( h.rm,',.
Agrictiltu1r:til 1.tan Beard;

(iv) to ).rfi lor in i other duty
ait rien i- r i fnrth, :
a-siystamc- :- tnil\ lie dir,,c
ted'. 'Th, hldtr of tihe post
is ai. ex-oiiicio Member o(i
tl,>> xe. -nti council and
I.- i it ( ii, 3il and a
'mnlilt it t ini';; m:er of tih-
Roseau T'iown (Council.

The officer ntast !)e compet-ent to
advice (o all aspects of inilacia! policy.
He must be capable of -xi-reising fiian-
cial control over all branches of Gov-
ernment Reov-'iInii and Expenldinre,.
Preference will I, -irn t oa candi-
date who h;s si rved s 'xvral ye;arsin a
senior post ili rle publicc Service, pre-
ferably, in a finatnciaCl ciap;.icity.

Further particulars regarding the
appointment t nm:ty be ibt:;;inl'd from
the Chief Secr:|iary, \\Windwald I-
lands, Grenada, to wihomi applications
should b- addressed to r-ach him not
later than the 31st March, 1958.



I'PPEAL NO. 7 OF 1957.


The appellant was convicted on a charge that he
n the 6th day of April, 1957 being the driver of a
notor vehicle did fail to comply with the lawful direc-
dion of a p,;lice officer charged with ti:,, regulation of
mrnll. .

The regulation under which the appellant is
,hnarged is Regulation 19 of the Vehicles and Road
Friffic Regulations (8. R. & 0. No. 22 of 1.946)
inole bv the Governor in Council under Section 77 of
;he Vehicles and RIoad Traffic Ordinance No. 5 of
L946, (hereinafter referred to as the Ordinance ").
This Regulation bears a side note which reads-
'' Rules to be observed by drivers followed by the
itroductory words Every driver of a motor vehicle
hall comply with the following rules ".............

(9) TRAFFvI DIRECTIONS. IH shall con-
orin to the rule:; of the road in regard to all kinds of
'r.fic and shall comply with the lawful directions of
:iy police officer charged with tie, regulation of traffic
and with any traffic sign. He shall give the following
signals for the purpose of indicating the direction in
which he wishes to proceed..............................."
The facts are that prior to the 6th day of April,
!1,57 (the date of thb' alleged ( i.a; *) drivers of
iot r :ehiicL- who \. -e travelling in a westerly
direction along Old Pach:uin Road towards St. John
vere in the habit of turning right at the junction of'
his road with East Street in orer to get into Bishop-
ate Street. This they were lgailly entitled to do.
)n April 6th the appellant was travelling along Old
Parham Road in the direction a"for% iaid towards
St. John and intended to turn right at the junction
io the East Street and Old Parham Road and to cross
river into Bishopgate Street. lie signaled to P. C.
Walters who was directing traffic at the road junction
Anid indicated that he was turning right, but the
constable stopped him and directed him to turn left at
: roundabout at the road junction and enter Bishop-
gate Street from the left. The appellant refused and
enteredd Bishopgate Street from the right as was usual-
;y done prior to April (th, 1957. The appellant was
sub,,equently convicted for failing to obey the consta-
ble's direction and being aggrieved lie appealed to this
courtt on the following grounds-
1. That the decision was unreasonable and
cannot be supported having regard to the evidence.
2. That the decision was erroneous in point of

Appellant (Defendant).

Resjprndent (Complainant)

(a) in that a change had been made in traffic
directions at the point where the alleged
offence was committed without publishing the
tlame in :a newspapers r r the Gazette as
required by Section 78 (1) of Antigua Ordi-
nance No. 5 of 1946 ( rhe Vehicle and Road
Traffic Ordinance 19(;), nor was it proved
that the Tratlic Commissioner had given tny
directions to any Police Officer for the rpur-
pose of regulating traffic under thle ,ane
(b) in that for lie reason set forth in Ground of
Appeal 2 (a) above the directions (if :ny)
given by tht Traffic Officer was not a l" Aw-
fui direction ". "
For tih appllant it was c n tended in this Co(urt-
(1) that :the purpose and effect of the direction
given to the appellant was to introduce a.
permanent charge in the existing :ar-nge-
mnents whereby traffic ent-red Bishopgi"te
Street from the junction of Old Parhiarn
Road and East Street.
(2) that this permaneint change could onily be
.i t I by a lawful direction ", to wit a
direction authorised by law, meaning in the
instant cas5e :a direction made in accordance
with provisions of Subsection (1) of section
78 of the Ordinance.

(3) that if any ine.' sistaency existed between
rLgulition 19 (9) and section 78, the C(ourt
ought to give elect to section 78 rather
than to tie regulation which was merely
subsidiary legislation.

For th-se reasons it was submitted by counsel
for the appellant that the direction in question not
having been authorise: by section 78 (1) of the Ordi-
nance, it was not a lawful direction within the mean-
ing of Regulation 19 (9) and the appellant has there-
fore committed no <,.: -n '. in ignoring it.
Subsection (1) of section 78 of the Ordinance
78 (1) The Traltic Commissioner may by
notice published in the Gazette or in a news-
paper published in the Presidency make
orders as to the line to be kept by persons
r', ;rg or i lin.ri any vehicle or animal on

(Suqperintendent of l'lice)
(2nd January, 1958)

[Varch I )158.

T,,'ILANi'iA, mxcrONfEiRAT AN-D VIitGIN NT1I7lkN I G A Z1'JI:TT1E.

nn1\ road and ai. to the manner in w hic(l
veOhicles of i2)i desi \ i('C1 tioi Sll sh l ho,, draiX
up whvlile Nva~iting (-,It 'Illy road and :),:~- to, tit(
i'tll e to bie (i 6tI all veiii ces, hior ses
and1 p routs. ni l fo 02'' Q'ewt fl2 ()1srutPi~on,-
011t 411Vdllra, in iV ;. ayilw e suoi a road
is haide ttoi be o obiistrutied ; R
al)V) 101y h tot ]l(c officer's for

1 o Ovurt, oF Lawito ol ut public

ivih 1i~oilici~r~s! churitelle c, dwai xe and othcr jlic cII
hei'ht nne> HI 'it -dil Let>
wi K, p io rie P- 2 rn 2iPXn n '2 11H XNitiis mmio

w shall iki glu y XX I
It i ('thu gnan 0": Ow TW tns

sione1' did nc-', putlisi Il int ee -< i the i /'/){

c )r 111 21 I c~ui'X 'pi ~i'' :I 21(81 at t ho, 'heill TIN s t p 1 t'
Ng tit' etlW A i 1 le It' 1 Y"ee-10 Vi Y' Mwt "Q

toenttwn g OI11: W :!' t Veet hT )1'( it W, j Hi,)iqite l l Q t Q
P~arhamin koad2 'tn1 Ea. tv

For' thle 1'SIHl 4 h'Aii2 Au itorrv-jerule
coiitcride thiat the ua i'v *12io f the p 050int i that
lie had Committed fill 'itaa .- llgalst a, rci' 4la inn
Made 1w h tilte i i ll (' nel M itI 2T ;W\ h'" Pil -

Ordillalwe- 11X :iI 1 Il wa (tI'' MIl WHq.uild ii if '
tnt TS.1 Tlw In atl ,iilili'r shlOX ('c
to dlad swwwH 'ilY ',J~ I rlllit coitlitiotij aInd to deal
Wi il ('1(1 tOt.fle lelv it'11., :, front those ci-
VI'1,-Uri21 !12 '!lo Ii Ili 'Ht'y42( tail, if 'etlin 1
hmi w not i nmoo itt *1020 i tip! Or1dill:Ht( the U:'ti'14P
ag.inbut till :tpiteflat2 omid 1" theWi1il .'- hiVe 10m]
br't,\)ng'o2I I t. AStoe thtttjoii 1W (9) S~O it
NVX iSAW O 0ibii~ :1t Wift leatiiatioit was eTalY'il X121
I .Xh Powers ceunkre%~ 'ii 1 tile 6 oX ertiol in itCol= by
W oun 77 ( I (Q) 4 A Ankreumne which :i~ltlo
-h( Govurn nit W' av1l 'il to iat~k(' regulaitionis; a2-

t Ii )r ijiatne 21111 int }Il'triculall for tit. salet\ v. (Na
it. i, unid m iatiodi (tr mtIit' and tile Ito' of veiiicl'',,

MIOlT wiiN utH inn 1w' ult 'II 1. It, was unrgedi tittt
Rogulaton 19 (9) fet1 squan2X X mtitiii the( ambirt of
the words -Control ant re14nlaimi jl tof tnH ifi in xi
ti n 77 (1) Q.) and was I it 'orl( ilk' 01ra c.iresi th1e(

Tho Aetinog Aty-ti-nevy( eneral next submitted
thatt the wor -' lawful 'inthe expre'sion lawful
direectioni in remiuia ion Pi (9) i neant either (a) a
dTeectjn not iln conni avelt I of law te it police
'constable counl Inot givXe a1 dii ethit whiceh was probi -
bited by law, for extmle a11 Ittdrection Uo a Ill~toist to
to enter a one- Xay stnw SetIo it the Irohdibited end, or
(b~) a H Jm2 Eide order giveti ror the regulation of
traffic. He urged (hit traffii- control is regi !,
oithor ity traffic signAs- or by bral dkoirconis g4ivore by
d l t tr ieu in o f, t~ l a n d ~ il~ tl ei e'Int 4 2 0 Xiin It t a-
he rcli'rti I to smtitn -19 of C >' iRoat IYO Ahe t~ 1:

.9. '/ aftieh< r t.'tu l of1i/ tr1 ," direc-
i tuin,:-

V here a police constable is for the time being-
engaged in the regulation of traffic in road, or
where any irallic sign being, a sign for r. znl, iing
the movement of tramfi or indicatiti ng the route
to be followed bY traffic (:lan be ng of the pre-
scribed size, (olor, alnd type. or of another
S charac'ter aullhrised biy' ite Minister under the
last preceding section), has been lawfully placed
on ,or tl'nr al ny road ............. any person driving
or propeilingti aity vehicle v,,!to--

(,). negle''ts or refuse to sto, the
I'. ,,ii' or ; ii lke; i t prtoc'' ied in or
keen to a particular liIe of tr-i il- when
direct o s" i do 1 t I he police consttable
inl the ex('(euti' )i i ofIli, h itit\': or

(0) failed t cfor o Ini t he' ind ;(tion
given e ,>v the si'n, hliall he gui]t\ 11f an
o i,.' .ii .
It. was tstubmittie that tlht' pi;ii' se (of' Ihis section was
tihe sa-in as' thir Ql I ,n laitn I <) (!) (i) .'ect of
which is that wi twi a, police ',;iler I'ona i de i iv-';' a
direction to a driver of ;a lin -f \ ic'e for tih- pur-
pose ofl regnlaldntiii trOafic NO,'i Winh direction is not,
contrary to l:L'w. tile driver t \' I cornltnilt an ofllfe,)c if
hie fails to comi ply lhe're, ithi.

colinsel f(r lthe a t t!'liitnt c i a .(I!ded slhinild have bLen
complied with i)b, i' tle di!' 1' lio, given iln this case
could ba la'wf ul) :. lpublication o, a notice in the
(: e'',tle or a local n1e'ivstpaper. liv li t ipply to directions
issued lundi"r section 7-,S and oit, directions issued
under section 77 of the Ordinanci,'.

ie''lathiot 1Di (9) was made by tie (Goveri'lr in
councill under iower conltferre on tliin hv section 77
of the Ordinance and if this r''-iilatii 'is a l2'op0er
xe:cise of tlhe poiver thus conf'erri'd this "wonld
appear to conciilde tlhe que';tio, at issue. It th,.re-
fore b'econi(s lteces'a'V!V to consider the scope indml
intent of scniihlon < on winchi tIe respondent, rlCe
and section 7 olt vliichli lie aippeiaiit bases is

Section 77 (1) (,r) afte-r ',ivinxg rhie (oovernor-inu-
(ouncil power to inmke reIidtlation generally for the
better carrYin2' ouit of the Ordinance, goes on to
empower hint to make relations in pIirticular for
the '' safety, control aind retOitlaion of traffic ".

Section 7' (1) is in lim opinion more rest I d
in scope tlihn section 77 (1) (). The words in
any case where such roadi is liable to be thtronlged or
obstructed" appearing in this subsection define and
Unliit the cir.lnista1c.ies in which the Traffic (Couflls-
sioner may exercise thle powes conferred oin hlim by
the firsrtpart of the subsection, and indicate that t h!ese
powers are intended to be exercised ad hi- as occasional
may demand. It is true that an order made under
tiis subsection would be for the regulalio tion of traffic"
in the strict sense of tiUse woN is, but in my opinion
il' scope and intention of t-Oie tw-vo subisections are
entirely difierent in that siu1,sectiotn 77 (1) (.r) envi-

March 20, 195S.]

4-. TH 1 ri TA HH SLAI K, G AZ HT K h

sae.thle maiking of leg~bisl 10 i f) ho m oll u,twn
Stancelsi of :i more or per anili l utc Oic uri i .
subhectioii 7S' (L) c0InlsIfinjdativs isL20 u:ht.i IY, ii&iI
within CofditiflIs hiil~lng amily0111 t fflym f ;(NtviA

1 '
fth Ioxx jpshif ii iiii o w. (1 74f ) "W: -,aw

alsuiil' o may F&'l Ociin b) pol(,it 1;4ii
C utsir' 41 la1" (100 Bit' d oil a ii 'I- :111 2 u'l0d<
goth rn x ). ui b c res ( o rt .......... i' O ff Ilix m 1 isV
tiulxwit r'' to As 7n! w) th In tirlo l s I PAU C A1 ;-i IHA
Sion",'], V ovt.1r to give i it"i Smi for th immuli i00'Cf O
gen1958 A Igii ( irei U thow nki / I

Go ;C//0r ionl the ear !1)5 1 at pi!i: 2i. t
the lealrnled juxldg&( hadtoi 0O:,ccn51iti1 il~i ',:c! <1i 1(010jl
th at iic 7 a nii lIt R0id t7S I i e' .ii o 'a r_ lini-

einput 0': tici' )WtC ih (of'red ott~ir I 1 l.il
liner i n 1i iofll ntQ o l tc i) ,t o cit' tan( a ,01 At in
nor Dri e(K in /0 invis P' GAP tinol o 1"h
1fl51t Antigtnal Circit 01 V-or1vb in 4 .' ." xx .
SflWlth for thel yoiear- W&I t jqp~ :0. K ,id l ow,
text laune altg hatd Lreito oos(4'scp r; to '0
Mont "~e the (vi0,rdl co mdl mt the I 100111 ii %Ws-I'

S;iar 20, 1958,

'T aw t hei !iaxhn~ om A -m INflf i f0 ( is/eari?

1YP N (f fk insia, 61 ho) 77'j h0) Q of theu
khoynnn on :fL t* 11V OoiIt ks IV p0)' givno!

tlileo (Ef '11o1ke reg111 otii:oii i'f or1" 1 -i7etrol andle
too po l' o 1,ioc ". Q1~ti1 E1n in of iltil plved
in QwL ci nw flr I Y 0 wVi h
111 tff f i fto WB '9 IIf(iotl '1060 til '' wit ofVIIl
C01iii xxiwii UFiii diireethiai iif mgIii\ police
(ijj( f 0 kingni wt f e 1(2 4 MY It om-
noft 01 JiIM tha th 1: 1 1) ifIo 111 00 inl ORii instant ease

Ink lOw result I arnl (d' Oll Ovllat tie direc-
IOni f61v 1 to iii IA iolmllant 1)y the poic (l-ccr' wxas-
"' lawf\u in Wet senise Oait it was given Ilirsuitnt to
Ihe awliii 1)1it 2 conIltaiined ill a l'gnlftiwiri x lidly rnitde
Ox lio trY1 Kern o iii (oimcilini atr conalitg statut )ry
iiONN's. Wki ixV :i if hicif oficit r lawfully charged nith
(virrx iny jinto~ ffif, 10~ puilile 4f panqat: l Q) x of
re ul. I on 19) xxii I purpose wa its thle reguhllioi of
ti-a~ flT, 11( : ilEant fkaild to conilli x"ith this
dItlocetion 1I and lid wa,I c1onsidler, rigt Itlxk co(1va ted.

The a1pa is dii ssei- wit Viith fiiour l'11i11401t costs.
P. ("cur. I vxx is

TR !0 II\laRN-I0 IC [,

(JEl1ESTR [ H. i W IZ0TH 0F .

S '&am f W &i I 1' W Me i iwso in-i

in Clams 38 1Rt iN to say: lojiim
'lie App~tlicints clahi that loley Kwe ini thp ad'd Tri' Mrin ir espeic0t & the s id gootod forfiv ii lt'1 xe
before the dlale of thelir said A piplicatiirl
Any person nmy within thwezo m in i ti y date of thie first appearaiie of this AdvPr1i6eznnt in the
A nik/in'. M)lIFIserrai iand Virybi. Islhind (s 0i/. n ~i\ni Ilintice iln puidiicaIIe at the TIradle Marks Office, Antigni, of
opposition to regisriutjii, of tMe said Tri WA
Rg.i7qis/ra.- o~f T1 l',e 1/o rks


Police Notice.

1. With effect f''ii M ut O hours mn 2hi April, 1 ~08 the following one-way traffic scheme will be
introduced in the eitY oi' St. John's. Antigua.
2. ( t)he o'llwg v."ids and within the liitis spe,1iid vehicAle shall be driven only as indicated:-

A. In a northerly direction only--
1. Kentish i~Oli rovad bfrtw\eil ,osiph's Lline awnd ,;o. I New Street.
2. 'iirket Sr-et between No. I New St 'et and N(! ewgate Street.
3. ('on:si'i'.ner' A lov1 .ve c lt, Iedci Street I nt d Seint Mary's Street.
4. S. ces Ailey vtwoen St,. Marv's Str.et and 1 Hihi Street.

B. In a southerly direction only-
1. Corn Alilqe. between Nevtw;ite Stircret a, No. 1 Nexw Street.

2. !' n t St.'eet 'letvw en N ''Ve L ai e tr-t and I' I '.)e Street.
3. Ottos Roid between No. 1 New S 'tret and .Josepihs Lanee.

C. In a westerly direction only
No. 1 New Street between Corn Allev and Market Street.
3. No vehicle- 'hall he parked a.n any ,of' the following roads:-
a Kcntihh \ ilag. road between the -ntanc t he the King'! George il .t, and 7... 1

1' :Mark St ret ,between No. 1 New Street and Newgate Street.

N No. 1 N(ew Street between Corn Alley and Market Street.
d Commis ii moner's Alley.
c Hughes Alley.
f Corn Alley
9 Thames Street.
SO(ttos R1,(d between No. 1 New Str'eet at!,i RIlney Street.
4. i'T -. rearultions are made under Seecti< 7S (1) of ti: Vehicles and .i Traflic Ordinance
No. 5 of 1946.
5. The Schenm is heing introduced with the ,.I;.--..t of imnprovingt circulation in St. John's for the
iulli.- a, a whAle. The co-,,peratii0 of :'i sections of the Commniuity is rcii --tt-l.

7r' *i;. Commissioner.
7th March, 1958.
etf. No. 36/00008.

iin4dl at the G-(ovrnment Prin;ii tl Ollic, Ant iia. L,--wivrd I-.lamnt,
hy EAUL, 1';or'.i, .ctin" (;-vrin tn tPrin:ter.--By Authority.
40 cents
'[II'ice 40 cents.j

Ko. 12 of 1958,


5th March, 1958,

2024 APR1959 '


No. 12 of 1958.

An Ordinance to impose a duty on passenger
tickets issued by transport companies for
passages to places outside the Leeward Islands.
[5th March, 1958.]
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Montserrat.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Ticket
Duty Ordinance, 1957.

2. In this Ordinance the expression trans- Interpreta-
port company means any person carrying on the tion.
business of transporting persons, whether by sea
or by air, from the Colony to places outside the
Colony, and includes the agent of such transport
company, and, where such agent is a company,
every director and manager of the agent company.

3. (1) A duty (in this Ordinance referred
to as "ticket duty ") of one dollar and twenty
cents shall, subject t- the provisions of subsections
/ (2) and (3) of this section, be paid on every ticket
Y issued by a transport company to any person-

y^, '1


Short title.

Imposition of
ticket duty.

Ticket Duty.


ito. 12 of 1958.

(a) for a passage to a place outside the
Leeward Islands;

(b) for a passage to a place within the
Leeward Islands for the purpose of making
a transport connection for travel to a place
outside the Leeward Islands.

(2) Where one ticket is issued to two or more
persons jointly, then, for the purposes of this
section, a ticket shall be deemed to have been
issued to each of such persons and separate ticket
duty in respect of each of such persons shall be
payable accordingly.

(3) No ticket duty shall be payable in respect
of a ticket issued to any child under the age of
eleven years.

Transport 4. (1) Every transport company carrying
company to
make monthly on business in the Colony shall, at such times and
return of in such form as the Treasurer shall prescribe, make
tickets. and deliver to the Treasurer returns of tickets
issued by the company in respect of which ticket
duty is payable.

(2) Any transport company which fails to
make any return required by subsection (1) of this
section or which knowingly makes a false or
insufficient return under the said subsection shall
be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.

(3) No transport company shall issue to any
person a ticket for a passage to a place outside the
Colony unless such person shall have furnished
the transport company with all particulars necessary
for the purpose of making the returns required under
subsection (1) of this section, and any transport
company issuing a ticket in contravention of this
subsection shall be guilty of an offence against this

(4) Any person who furnishes a transport
company with any false particulars for the purpose
of subsection (3) of this section shall be guilty of
an offence against this Ordinance,

AlnorMSc&I. 2

Ticket Duty.

5. Every transport company shall, within Payment of
three days of the date prescribed for the delivery ticket duty.
of the returns required under and by virtue of
section 4 of this Ordinance, pay into the Treasury
the ticket duty imposed by this Ordinance, and
any transport company which fails to do so shall
be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.
6. The Treasurer may by notice in writing Inspection of
require any transport company to produce for his books etc. by
inspection all books or other documents in its
custody or under its control relating to the issue
by such transport company of passenger tickets,
and any transport company which fails to comply
with such requisition shall be guilty of an offence
against this Ordinance.
7. Any person guilty of an offence against Penalty.
this Ordinance shall be liable on summary convic-
tion to a fine not exceeding forty-eight dollars.
8. Where any transport company fails or Magistrate
neglects to make a return or to pay the duty by sll order
this Ordinance imposed, and is convicted thereof, of duty in
the Magistrate shall, in addition to any penalty he addition to
may impose under the provisions of this Ordinance,
order such transport company to pay the duty,
and the duty so ordered to be paid shall be deemed
a sum adjudged to be paid within the meaning
of section 120 of the Magistrate's Code of cap. 61.
Procedure Act.
9. The Ticket Duty Ordinance, 1922 is Repeal
hereby repealed. 6/1922.
Passed the Legislative Council this 20th day
of December, 1j57.
Clerk of the Council.

Printed at the Goveinment Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by EARL PIGOTT, Acting Government Print-r.-By Authority.
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Pk~c~a Duty.l


4710050SO -520a-3.58.

Price 5 cents,

'o. 16 of 1958. Ofi e.-- in charge of Prison disaiplino MONTsEanAf.
(Validation of Acts)

Governor's Deputy.
13th March, 1958.


No. 16 of 1958.

An Ordinance to confirm and validate all the
rights, powers, acts and duties purported to
have been exercised and undertaken by.
charge of Prison discipline from 1st July,
1956, to 10th -January, 1957.

[13th March, 1958.J Commence,
WHER.EAS\ Walter Stanley Southwell was Prreamble,
immediately prior to the 1]t day of lily, 1956,
the Officer iu charge of Prison discipline :appointed
by the Governor under the Prison Act, 1877: Cap.s.5

ANi) WIHERPEAS the ofie o of Officer in
uj;ir g of Prison discipline ceased to exist on the
1st day of July, 1956, by reason of the repeal of
the said Prison Act, 1877 and the coming into Cap. s.
operation of the Prison Ordiin:uce. 195)5, and the ,'.,
Prison Ruiles, 1.: le,
No, 17,

MOTsMEHAT. 2 O'r'-, in charge of Prison !;?qi.s l No. 16 of 1N ? .
(VTalidation uo Acts)

AND \IWHEREAS the said Walter Stanley
Southwell between the 1st day of July, 1956, and
the 10th day of January, 1957, inclusive, continued
to exercise and undertake the rights, powers and
duties vested in the Officer in charge of Prison
discipline under the law in force in the Colony
immediately prior to the first day of July, 1956,
and, in particular, purported to hear and determine
charges against, and to impose penalties upon,
prisoners at IHer Majesty's Prison in the Colony
for offences against prison discipline:

AND WHERIEAS it is expedient to confirm
and validate the said purported exercise and under-
taking of the said rights, powers and duties by the
said Walter Stanley Southwell between the 1st
day of July, 1956, and the 10th day of January,
1957, inclusive:

ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Montserrat.

Short title, 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Officer in charge of Prison discipline (Validation
of Acts) Ordinance, 1958.

Validation. 2. All rights, powers, acts and duties exercised
or undertaken, or purported to have been exercised
or undertaken, in the Colony by the said
Walter Stanley Southwell purporting to act in the
capacity of Officer in charge of Prison discipline of
the Colony between the 1st day of July, 1956, and
the 10th day of January, 1957, inclusive, and
which would have been valid, proper and lawful if
done under -he law in force in the Colony
immediately prior to the first day of July, 1956,
are hereby declared to have been validly, properly
and lawfully done and are confirmed as
from the time of the exercise of such rights,
powers, acts and duties and the said Walter Stanley
Southwell is hereby freed, acquitted, discharged
and indemnified as well against the Queen's Most
Gracious Majesty Her Heirs and Successors as
against all and every person and persons what-
ever, from all legal proceedings of any kind

No. 16 of I'.)' Officer in chatgr of Prison discipline 3 Mosrs~t~ t.
(Validation (f Acts)

whatever, whether civil or criminal, in respect of
or consequent on the exercise of any such rights,
powers, acts and duties as aftresaid.


Passed tha Legislative Council this 28th day
of February, 1958.

Clerk of the Council.

Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by EARL PIOOTT, Acting Government Printer,-By Authority


Price 5 cents.

No. 18 of 1958. The Montserrat Constitution and MONT-
Elections (Amendment). SERRAT.

14th March, 1958.


SNo. 18 of 1958.

An Ordinance to amend the Montserrat Constitu-
tion and Elections Ordinance, 1952.
[By Proclamation] Commenc -
ENAC 'EI) by the Legislature of the Colony
of Montserrat.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Mont- short title.
serrat Ccnstitution and Elections (Amendmeint) 1/1,
Ordinance, 1958, and shall be read as one with the /19/+
M.tii-errat Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 19ara,
1952, as amended hereinafter called the Principal
Ordinan ce.
2. Subsection (2) of section 25 and subsec- fn etio '.5'
tion (1) of section 43 of the Principal Ordinance and I4 ofthe
are hereby amended by substituting the word "five" Orainacip
for the word three ".

3. This Ordinance shall come into operation conmence-
on a date to be appointed by the Governor by "wnt
Proclamation published in the Gazette.
Passed the Legislative Council this 28th day
of February, 1958.
Clerk of the Council.

Printed at the Government Printing Offic, Antigua, Leeward I:laMnds,
by EtRL PiorTT, Acting Onverumnnt Printer.- By Authority

47/00160-II-520 3.58.

(Prire 3 eentele.]

No. 1lof 1958.


CruikshIank Gratuity.

5th March, 1958.


No. 1 of 1958.

An Ordinance to enable John Augustus Cockburn
Cruikshank to be deemed, for the purposes of
the grant of a gratuity under section 16 of the
Pensions Act, 1947, to have continued to be
Commissioner of the Virgin Islands from the
first day of July, 1956, to the date of his
[5th March, 1958.]



ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin bIlands.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Cruik- Short title.
shank Gratuity Ordinance, 1958.

2. For the purposes of the grant of a gratui-
ty under section 16 of the Pensions Act, 1947,
John Augustus Cockburn Cruikshank shall be
deemed to have continued to hold the office of Coin-
missiorer of the British Virgin Islands from the
first day of July, 1956, to the date of his death.


Passed the Legislative Council this 16th day
of January, 1958.

John hugna-
tus Cookhurn
deemed to
hlave cotiln-
ued to be
of the Virgin
Islands front
slt July, 1956
to the date of
his death.

Acting Clerk of the Council.

Printed at the Goverument Printing Office. Autigiua, LAeward Islands.
by EARI PIGOTT, Acting Government Printer.-By Authority


[Price 3 cents]

No. 3 of 1958. Matrimonial Causes At (Amnendment). VIRGIN

26th February, 1958.


No. 3 of 1958.

An Ordinance to amend further the Matrimonial
Causes Act, 1948.
[26th February, 1958.] Commence.
ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of the Virgin Islands.
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the hort title.
\I.iirimonial Causes Act (Amendment) Ordinance,
1958, and shall be read as one with the Matri-
monial Causes Act, 1948, us amended, hereinafter lin is
called the Principal Ordinance.S. R. .

1. Section 29 of the Principal Ordinance is Amendment
hereby amended as follows:- of section 29
of the Princi-
(a) by renumbering subsections (1) and pal Ordinance.
(2) of the section as subsections (3) and (4);
(b) by inserting the following as sub.
sections (1) and (2) of the section-
"(1) Notwifith-t.,Jlini any rule of
law, the evidence of a husband or wife
shall be admnissable in any proceedings to
prove that marital intercourse did or did
not take place between them during any

VIRGIN 2 Matrimonial Causes Act (Amendment). No. 3 of I 'i..
(2) Notwithstanding anything in
this section or any rule of law, a husband
or wife shall not be compellable in any
proceedings to give evidence of the
matters aforesaid."


Passed the Legislative Council the 16th day
of January, 1958.

Acting Clerk of the Council.

Printed at tLe Uovernment Printing Ofic.c<. An tiguni. L,,, i rel ~Il.
by EARL PGo''T, Acting Oovernment Printer.--By Authority.

Price 4 cents.




1958, No. 14.

The Passport Visa (Exemption) (Amendment) Order. 19. _.
dated 19th March, 1958, made by the Governor udeir
subsection (2) of section 12 of the Immigration and.
Passport Act, 1945 (No. 7/1945).

1. Short Title. This Order may he cited as the Pass-
port Visa (Exemption) (Amendment) Order, 1958, andi shall
be read as one with the Pasp,,rt Visa (Exemption) Order,
I :.75 (Leeward islandss General Government S. R.. 1950,
No. 13) as amended, hereinafter referred to ;a the Princiip'al

2. Amendment of Schedule to Princil:ji
Order. The Schedule to the Principal Order is nerebv
amended by the addition thereto of the following ,coonrry:-

Federal Republic of Germany"

Dated this 19th d:iy of March, 1958.


Printed at the Goveniuent Ir'-.r'I Officu Antigua, Lew.ra ia ,
by EARL Prfoirr, Aetitn Governrment Prinier.-By i ..

A. C. 57/15-III--510-3. 58.

P, iwr 3 c t. r



1958, No. 3.

1955 (No. 10 OF 1955).

1. Short Title. These rules may be cited as the
Prison (Amendment) Rules, 1958, and shall be read as one
with the Prison Rules, 1956, hereinafter called the Principal
2. Amendment of Rule 202. Rule 202 of the
Principal Rules is hereby amended by substituting the word
" week for the word "month in line 4.
3. These Rules shall be deemed to have come into opera-
tion on the 1st day of July, 1956.
Made by the Governor in Council this 25th day of
January, 1958.

Clerk of the Council.

Printed at the Government Printing Office, Autigua, Leeward Islands,
by EARL PI(OTT, Aoting Government Printer.-By Authority.


Priec 3 cents.


1958, No. 10.

SECTION 3 OF THE PENSIONS ACT, 1947 (No. 12/1947).

1. Citation. These Regulations may be cited as the
Pensions (Amendment) Regulations, 1958, and shall be read as
one with the Pensions Regulations, 1947, contained in the First
Schedule to the Pensions Act, 1947, as amended, hereinafter
called the Principal Regulations.
2. Amendment of First Schedule to the
Principal Regulations. The first Schedule to the
Principal Regulations is hereby amended by inserting im-
mediately after the item Gambia" the following item
"Ghana "
Made by the Governor in Council this 19th day of
February, 1958.

(lerk of the Council.
Laid before the Legislative Council this 28th day of
February, 1958.
Clerk of the Council.

Printed at the Goveriunmnt Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward TI-ands,
by EARL PlmoTr, Acting Government Printer.-By Authorily.


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