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Government gazette, British Honduras
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00011470/00001
 Material Information
Title: Government gazette, British Honduras
Added title page title: Government gazette
Gazette extraordinary
Running title: Honduras gazette
British Honduras gazette
Physical Description: v. : ; 34 cm.
Language: English
Creator: British Honduras
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Belize
Publication Date: 1950
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Gazettes -- Belize   ( lcsh )
Law -- Belize   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Belize   ( lcsh )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
legislation   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -1973, no. 22 (26th May 1973).
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins again each year.
General Note: Includes occasional supplements and other accompanying material consisting of bills, ordinances, and statutory instruments, which are also published separately.
 Record Information
Source Institution: Belize National Library Service and Information System
Holding Location: Belize National Library Service and Information System
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 10280236
lccn - 13026048
ocm10280236
Classification: lcc - KGA16 .A23
System ID: AA00011470:00001
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Government gazette
Related Items: Statutory instruments of British Honduras
Related Items: Ordinances of British Honduras

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    Index - 1950
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    January 1950
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    February 1950
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    March 1950
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    April 1950
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    May 1950
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    June 1950
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    July 1950
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    August 1950
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    September 1950
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    October 1950
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    November 1950
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    December 1950
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INDEX TO GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

.BRITISH HONDURAS

.1950.



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Appointments Board ..
Abraham, A L., Superintendent of Police .. 219 Avilez, C. J., Co-operative Officer 463
Act, Nationay, British; 1948 .. .. .. 253 Avilez, J. N., Junior Clerk 219
Act, Newfou and (Consequential Provisions), Baeza, W. A., Farm Demonstrator Grade II 139
1960 373-376 Baron Bliss Trust .. .. .. 4
Administration, licationsfor Letters of- Bautista, R. M., District Commissioner .. 87
Bevansdd 150 Belize City Council; Town Clerk.. 88
Brown, A. A .. .. .. 116 Returning Officer .. 340
Crown, *. *. 16 Belize Loan Board .. .. .. .. 3
Coean, .. .. .. 116 Vice-Chairman .. 179
Coleman, .. 116 Benque Viejo Town Board .. .. .. 2
Domingo, W. .. .. .. 55 Bennett, D. C., Deputy Chief Officer, Prison
Feley, 15 '.. .. .. 378 Department .. .. .. .. 411
Fergso, . .. .. 465 Brackett, M. C., Second Class Clerk .. 549
Flerguson, G. .. ..18 Bradley, E. P., Jr., Fishery Officer .. 463
Garetrs, C. A ... 141 Bradley, K. W., Second Class Clerk .. 129
Gibert, N. A. .. 532 Bradley, N., Clerk, Social Development
Greenwood, G A. .. 146 Department .. 463
rnwood, G. A. 101 Braddick, W. S., Mechanic, Belize Fire
Hoffman,. 1 Brigade 262
Hulse, W. M. 9.5 .Bgade .. .. .. .. 262
Kirkwood, A. N .. 318 British Honduras Development Board .. 3
Kuylen, E. 563 Brown, E. B. V., to act as Director of
Kuyen .. .. 405 Education .. .. 219
Kuylen, I. 2. 405 Buller, Miss G. L., Typist 497
ambey, .. .. 532 Cadogan, Miss E. V., Female Attendant
Messam, J. W. 545 Mental Hospital .. .. .. 157
MePan W. 5 2 6 Cain, Miss G. E., Mail Sorter .. 167
Refes de Castillo, M. F ... 405 Campbell, P. S., Principal Officer, Prison
Reyes, H. V. .. 418 Department .. .. 411
Rhys, V. .. ..330 Cayo Town Board .. .. .. .. 2
Rosado, .. .. .. 150 Chaplin, A. G. T., Development Commissioner 497
Rosalezv S. 425 Chemists & Druggists; Board of Examiners 1
Salvador P. ., .. 137 Cinematograph Appeal Board .. .. 3
Sandoval, F. .. 378 City Council Election; Returning Officer 340
Spratt, B. .. 425 Clare, E., Foreman Carpenter, Public Works
Staine, E. R. .. 146 Department . .. .. .. 157
Stanford, G. F. .. 349 Clarke, O. M., Junior Clerk .. .. .. 219
Tench, S. A. .. 159 Cleland, W. E., Chief Mechanic, Belize Fire
Tillett, D. L. .. 234 Brigade .. .. .. .. 207
Tzul, H. .. .. 137 Co-operative Societies, Registrar .. .. 362
Williamson, A. .. 221 Commissioners of Currency .. .. .. 3
Yglecias, N. .. 188 Committee to consider and make recommen-
SYoung, E. .. .. 2 nations for improving the conditions on
Administration of Estate- which lands are leased under the Location
Distribution of Assets Ticket System .. .. .. .. 208
Estate of S. Erales .. . \ 46 Controller of Imports .. .. .. .. 488
Estate of F. Mitchell .... 51 Corozal Town Board ..2, 262
Agreements; Marketing Board .. 212, 213, 21 224 Courtenay, Hon. W. H., to be an Officer of the
288-293, 394438 Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
Agriculture, Department of; (Civil Division) .. .. .. 1
Transfer of Headquarters Office to the Central Crane, A. V., Esq., Chief Justice .. .. 262
Farm (Baking Pot Estate), Cayopistrict 1(7 Currency, Board of Survey .. .. .. 3
Agricultural Loan Board ... 25 Currency Officers .. .. .. 3
Air Force, Royal; Cadetships & Apprenticeships 131 Development Board, British Honduras; De.
Air Navigation (Amendment) Order, 1950; The velopment Commissioner to be a member 518
Colonial .. .... 476 Discharged Prisoners' Aid Committee 4, 37, 433
Air Services, Scheduled; Grant of Licences to Member & Secretary .. 88
operate .. .. .. .. 298, 473, 474 'Silva, D. W., to act aS Conservator of Forests 149
Air Services, Scheduled; Particulars of Applica- education, Board .. .. .. .. 1, 391
-tions- ectricity Board, Belize .. .. 452
British West Indian Airways Limited 165 E iques,A. P., Esq., Member of the Most Ex-
Caribbean International Airways Limited 346 c lent Order of the British Empire .. 267
Servicio Aereo de Honduras, S.A. .. 166 Eus ', E. E., Second Class Clerk .. 376
Taca International Airlines, S.A. .. 384 Ewi, E. E., Watchman, Public Works Dpt. 252
Transportes Aereos Centro Americanos, S.A. 165 Exec tive Council .. 140, 270
Transportes Aereos Mexicanos, S.A. .. 165 Eyles The Hon. R. H., B.E.M., J.P., Officer
Air Transport Licensing Authority .. 3 of th Most Excellent Order of the British
Alcaldes .. .. .. .. 14, 208, 325 Emp .. 267
Alcalde, Deputy .. .... 340 Factoriesppeal Board .. 4
Alcalde, Seine Bight; termination of appointment 325 Film Cen s, Board ... 3, 88
Alpuche, C., Junior Clerk .... 423 Flowers, E. ., Junior Clerk .. 129
Anderson, Miss V. H. E., Radiographer, Belize Franco, MissT., Typst. 417
Hospital.. 27 T i .
Antibiotics Control Committee 27 Fuller, E. N. D., Juniior Clerk .. .. 219
Antiotics Control Committee .. 1 abourel, E., to act as Colonial Secretary 129
APPOINTMENTS. Gabourel, R. J., to act as Collector of Customs 179
to act at Superintendent,
Abraham, A. L., Superintendent of Police 219 Belize Fire Brigade .. 207
Agricultural Loan Board .. .. 253 Gabb, E. A., Mail lerk, Posts and Telegraphs
Air Transport Licensing Authority 3 Department .. 129
Alcaldes .. .. .. 14, 208, 325 Garvey, His Excllency Ronald Herbert,
Alcalde, Deputy .. 340 Knight Commatder of the Most Distin-
Alpuche, C., Junior Clerk 423 guished Order o St. Michael and St. George 267
Anderson, Miss V. H E., Radiographer, Gibson, A. N., Assistant Assessor of Income
Belize Hospital .. .. .. .. 27 Tax .. .. .. .. .. 87







Gill, D. R. B., Accountant, Treasury Dpt. .. 297 Smith, B. L., Inspector of Lines .
Assistant Accountant, Treasury Smith, S. F., Second Lieutenant, B.H.V.G. 4i
Department .. .. .. 87 Social Welfare Committee 88
Goldson, E. M. O., Second Class Clerk .. 376 Social Welfare Officer .... 22
Goscinski, Dr. A., Temporary Medical Staine, J. E., Senior Postman 130
Officer .. .. 45 Stamp Commissioners .. .. .. 3
Gracie Rock Prison Farm; Visiting Justice 99 Stansmore, A. L., Clerk, Social Development
Graham, H. E., to actas Assistant Superinten- Department 463
tendent, Belize Fire Brigade .. .. 207 Stann Creek Town Board .. .. 2
Graham, Miss S. G., Stamp Vender .. .. 129 Stephen. J. C., Junior Clerk .. .. .. 376
Grant, C. L., Second Class Clerk .. .. 411 Steer, A. G., Second Class Clerk .. .. 130
Grantham, G. J., Principal Auditor .. .. 309 Stuart, A. H., Linesman .. .. .. 443
Harbour Advisory Board .. .. .. 1 Sugar Control Board .. .. .. 2
Hastings, Dr. J. M., Medical Officer .. .. 139 Supreme Court, Judge .. ., .. 198
Hughes, H. J., Puisne Judge, British Guiana 158 Swasey, J. A., Farm Demonstrator Giade I 139
Hyde, J. B., Engineer, Customs and Harbour Teachers' Provident Fund; Board of)tanage-
Department .. .. .. 207 ment 3
Import Control Advisory Committee 252, 626 Tenders Examination Committee / .. 3
Income Tax Commissioners .. 3, 198 Tourist Committee .. .. .. .. 2
Jeffery, W. W., Assistant Social Development Transport Board .. .. .. .. 2
Officer .. 417 Trapp E. A., School Officer, Be e District 331
Johnston, W. A., District Commissioner .. 323 Tribunal, Trade Dispute . .. .. 461
Jones, A. N., Junior Clerk .. .. 451 Trumbach, S. B., Costing Clerk public Works
Jones, K., Mechanic, Belize Fire Brigade .. 241 Department .. .. 149
Jubilee Public Library Committee .. 2, 252 Tucker, A. W., Warder, Prisos Department 347
Justices of the Peace .. 4, 88, 362, 476 Usher, Miss G. W., Typist .... 130
Orange Walk District 549 Usher, H. C,, First Class Cl k .. .. 383
Labour Advisory Board 4, 282 Vaccinators, Public .. i... 158, 528, 539
Lamb, A. F. A., Esq., Officer of the Most Ex- Valuations Appeal Board .. 168
cellent Order of the BritishEmpire .. 267 ElCayo& BenqueVie 241
Lewis, G. E., Store Assistant, Public Works Valuer of Properties-B ize .. .. .. 220
Department .. 252 nta Elena .. .. 324
Lindsay, A. W., Assistant Engineer, Public Vellos, A. E., Timekeep, Public Works Dpt. 269
Works Department .. 507 Villamor, F., Co-oper ive Officer .. .. 417
Locke, J. H., Assistant Accountant, Treasury 339 Visiting Justices to Pisons 2
Longsworth, A. S., First Class Clerk .. 549 Woods, P. S., Custo s Boatman 167
Longsworth, H. C., Junior Clerk 219 Wade, J. W., Toll Ks per, Burdon Canal Bridge 262
Store Assistant, Public Waite, T. A. B., N ht Operator & Linesman 347
Works Department .. 187 Watson, A., Radi Operator, Telecommunica-
Macmillan, D. H. B., Mechanical Engineer tons Depar t 517
Public Works Department .... 361 C. F distant Lighthouse Keeper 497
Mahler, D. B. J., Second Class Clerk .. York R. H., Frst Class Clerk .. .. 376
Marin, D. H., Second Class Clerk .. .. 411 Young, L. H., adio Mechanic .. .. 229
Marketing Board .... 332 Young, W. T. first Class Clerk a .. 411
Marshalleck, E. A., Junior Clerk .. .. 383 Appointments ard .. .. .. .. 3
McNair, A. E., Social Welfare Officer .. 220 Appontments .. 3
Medical Registration Committee .. .. 1
Meighan, R. O., Second Class Clerk .. .. 129 APPOINTM TS CONFIRMED:-
Mental Asylum, Board of Visitors .. .. 4
Military Pensions Board .. .. .. 2 Avile, B.Forest Guard .. .. 539
Minister of State for Colonial Affairs 129 Balder s, L. C., Airport Manager 539
Monkey River Town Board 2 Bevans, A., Assistant Lighthouse Keeper 281
Moore, P. Watchman, Public Workspt. as P., Staff Motor Car Driver, Public
Nawoyski, Z. Assistant Engineer, Feeder W s Department .. .. .... 549
Road Construction 323 Words Department 549
Orange Walk Town Board .. .. .. 2 Brow, Miss 0., Staff Nurse, Medical Dpt. 549
Orange Walk Town Board 2 Ford Dr. H. M., Medical Officer .. .. 487
Ordonez, G. J., First Class Clerk .. .. 549 Gab Miss B. E Typist .. .. .. 207
Outdoor Relief Committee 2, 88 Gar Miss B. E., Typist .. 207
Pandy, P. Male Attendant, Mental Hospital 139 A., Assistant Lighthouse Keeper .. 621
Pasos, E. I., First Class Clerk .. .. 403 Haris, S. S., Storeman, Public Works Dpt. 549
Peters, C. K., Junior Clerk ... 139 Hnlse, M. J., Junior Clerk .. .. 309
Phillips, O. N. D., to act as District Commis- Lord, E.G., First Class Clerk, Customs and
sioner Stann Creek, .. Harbour Department .. .. .. 323
Probation Committees .. .. .. Mitchell, G. L., Junior Clerk .. .. .. 391
Probation fices isbet, L. A., Electrician, Electrical Dpt. .. 376
Belize District .. 88 Ogaldez, A*., Junior Clerk .. .. .. 361
Stann Creek District .. 4 Orosco, C., erryman, Santa Elena, RioHondo 339
Promotion Board .. .. .. Orton, A. T., Dredger Officer, Public Works
Public Officers' Guarantee Fund; Directors Department .. .. .. .. 549
Punta Gorda Town Board un;2 Reneau, Miss A. L., Junior Keyboard Operator 45
Quilter, A. A., Janitor Paslow Building .. 91 Ritchie, J., Architect, Public Works Depart-
Ramirez, R. E., Second Class Clerk .. 87 ment .. .. .. .. .. 37
Ratter, E. D., Executive Engineer, Public Robateau, N. B., Customs Boatman .. 130
Works Department a r P 130 Saunders, G., Assistant Lighthouse Keeper 139
To act as Director of Public Staine, A. L., Second Class Clerk 376
Works 323 Yorke, E. P., Supervisor, Education Depart-
Registrar of Births and Deaths, Deputy 131,140 ment .. .. .. .. 309
423, 43 488,507 Young, E. H., Junior Clerk .. .. 376
Rene, G. S., Bailiff, Belize District Court .. 539 Appointment Declared Vacant-Assistant
Rhamdas, O., Junior Clerk .. .. .. 130 Lighthouse Keeper .. .. .. 452
Robateau, L. A., Second Class Clerk .. 130 Apprentices, Survey; Examination .. 470
Robinson, L. Ferryman Boom Ferry .. 197 Arjonilla Miss C. C., Leave .. ... 361
Rudon, E. R. I., Principal Officer, Pson Arnold, A. E., Leave .. .. 433
Department .. .. ,. 411 Arnold, A. F., Leave .. .. 376
Rudon, K., Second/Third Clss Clerk .. 87 Resumption of duties .. 507
Sabido, Miss C., Typist, Ag cultu&l Depart. Arnold, R. E. C., Leave .. .. .. 549
ment, Central Farm .. .. .. .. 463 Avilez, A., Leave .. .. 517
Sabido, T., Junior Clerk .. .. .. 130 Avilez, C. J., Co-operative Officer .. 463
Sampson E. G., Second Clas Clerk 130 Avilez, J. N., Junior Clerk .. .. 219
School Officers, Compulsory attendance areas,
Belize .. .. .. .. 332
Ladyville .. .. .. 347
San Felipe & San Lazaro- inidad areas
(Orange Walk District) .. .. 443 Baeza, W. A., Farm Demonstrator Grade II .. 139
Searle, T. G., Inspector of Wo ks .. 219 Banner, P., Leave .... .. 197
Secretary of State for the Colo ies .. .. 129 Resumption of duties .. .. 309
Slinger, Dr. L. A. P., Senior M ical Officer 528 Baron Bliss Trust .. .. .. 4






Barrow, D. K., Leave .. .. .. .. 139
Resumption of duties .. 339
Barrow, R. H., Leave .. .. .. .. 269 C
Resumption of duties .. 463 C
Bautista, R. M., District Commissioner .. 87
Belize City Council; Nominations of Candidates
for election as members;
Date for receiving .. 476 C
Results of Election, 1950 522
Returning Officer .. 340
Town Clerk .. .. 88
Belize Loan Board .. .. .. .. 3
Vice-Chairman .. .. 179 S
Benque Viejo Town Board .. .. .. 2 C
Bennett, D. C., Deputy Chief Officer, Prison De-
partment .. .. .. .. .. 411 C
Bill Private-
"An Ordinance to provide for the incor- C
portion of the Baptist Church in British
Honduras" .. .. 111
Bills Published- .. 131, 149, 168, 179 C
188, 229, 270, 282, 362, 384
412, 488, 498, 518, 550
Bills to be presented to the Legislative Cour.cil- 141 C
158, 179, 188, 198, 241, 282, 298, 392
417, 498, 508, 528, 562 C
Bowen, Miss G. L., Leave .. .. 339
Boyd, S. A. W., Resumption of duty .. .. 229 C
Brackett, M. C., Second Class Clerk .. .. 549
Braddick, W. S., Mechanic, Belize Fire Brigade 262 C
Bradley, E. P., Jr., Fishery Officer .. .. 463
Bradley, K. W., Second Class Clerk .. .. 129 C
Bradley, L., Resumption of duties .. .. 157
Seconded for duty at the Jubilee C
Public Library .. .. 157
Bradley, N., Clerk,Social Development Depart-
ment .. .. .... .. 463 C
Bradley, Miss V. E., Leave .. .. 219
Resumption of duties .. 339
Bradley, W. E., Leave .. .. .. 361 C,
Resumption of duties .. 497
British Council Scholarships and Bursaries .. 519 C,
British Honduras Development Board . 3
Brown, E. B. V., to act as Director of Education 219 C
Buller, Miss G. L., Typist .. .. .. 497 C,
Burgess, M. E., Leave .. .... 229 Cc
Resumption of duties .. .. 297 C
Burgess, W. G., Leave .. .. .. .. 561 C
C C
C(
Cadet Forces Medal, The; Royal Warrant and C
Regulations governing the institution 4 237-240
Cadogan, Miss E. V., Female Attendant Mental C
Hospital .... .. .. 157
Cain, Miss G. E.,Mail Sorter .. .. .. 157 C<
Cain, W., Leave .. .. .. .. 517
Campbell, P. S., Principal Officer, Prison Dpt... 411
Cancellation; appointment of Watchman, P.WD. 310 C
Castillo, A., Leave .. .. .. .. 269
Resumption of duties .. 443
Castillo, G., Leave .. .. .. .. 391 C(
Resumption of duties .. 497 C
Cave, J. M., Resumption of duties .. 453 Cr
Cayo Town Board .. .. .. .. 2
Chaplin, A. G. T., Development Commissioner 497
Chavez, M. L., Leave .. .. .. .. 87 Cr
Resumption of duties .. .. 207
Chemists & Druggists .. .. .. .. 10
Board of Examiners .. 1
Chicle Contractors' & Dealers' Licences 135, 398, 448
449,541 Cu
Churches, Chapels, etc.; Return of .. .. 5-7 C
Cinematograph Appeal Board .. .. .. 3 Cu
City Council, Belize; Election; Voters .. 224 Cu
Nominations of Candidates for
election as members; Date for Cu
receiving .. .. 476 "C
Results of Election, 1950 .. 522
Returning Officer .. .. 340
Town Clerk .. .. 88
Clare, E., Foreman Carpenter, P.W.D. .. 157 D
Clare, H. E., Leave .. .. .. .. 451
Clark, B. S., Leave .. .. .. .. 4.17 Di
Clarke, O. M., Junior Clerk .. .. .. 219
Cleland, W. E., Chief Mechanic, Belize Fire D(
Brigade .. .. .. .. .. .. 207 De
Clerical Service; applications for admission to 325 De
Closer Association Committee, Standing and of
the Commission on the Unification of the Pub- De
lic Services in the British Caribbean Area; Di
Sale of Reports of the .. .. .. .. 140
Codd, H. L., Leave .. .. .. 219 Di
Resumption of duties 281 D
Companies; List of, struck off Register of Com- D
panies .. .. .. .. 202
Compulsory Attendance Areas .. .. .. 392 D


Variations .. .. .. 498, 561
Variation of notices of appointments 661, 562
commissioners of Currency .. .. 3
committee to consider and make recommends- V
tions for improving the conditions on whicir
Lands are leased under the Location Ticket
System .. .. .. .. .. 208
ommodities, Control of certain .. .. 227
Revocation of above Order .. 249
Subsidized Order, 1950 (Keeping
of Stock Books & rendering of
Purchases and Sales Report) 556,557
societies, Co-operative .. .. 317, 399
conference, West Indian; Nomination of Dele-
gates to Fourth Session .. .. .. 392
onsul, Acting for Belgium; recognition of
Enrique I. Sabido as .. .. .. 347
onsul Brazilian, at Port of Spain; Exequater
empowering Senor Jose Gomide Junior to act
as .. .. .. .. 464
onsul, Brazilian de Carriere at Port of Spait
Trinidad; Appointment of Senor Jose Gomide
Junior as .. .... 383
onsul for Belgium, resumption of duties by f.
R. Dragten, Esq., K.C. O.B.E., J.P. as .. 528
onsul for France in Port of Spain, Trinidad;
recognition of Monsieur Jacques Leguebe as 111
onsul for Norway; recognition of R. H. Bowen
as acting 498
onsul for Salvador at Belize; Appointment of
Mr. Jose Bouloy as .. ... 433
onsul-General of the Argentine in London;
Appointment of Senor A. A. Bollini 324
onsul-General of the Argentine in London;
Exequator empowering Senor Adolfo A. Bol-
lini as 384
onsul-Vice of the United States at Belize; pro0
visional recognition of Mr. Emory B. Was0e
man Jr., as .. .. .. ..433
consulate, Salvador, at Belize; recognition of
Mr. Jose Bouloy as Officer in Charge of the 253
control of certain Commodities .. 227
Revocation of above Order .. 249
control Export; Pine Lumber .. 353
controller of Imports .. 488
o-operative Societies; Registrar .. 362
)rozal, Fire Rate .. .. 417
orozal Town Board .. .. .. 2, 262
orrigenda Notices .. .. .. 27
court, Cayo District; Date of sitting .. 95
court Mourning-
Late King Gustaf V of Sweden .. ,. 487
court; Out-districts; Sitting of-Gallcn Jug 418
Progresso, Lowry's Bight 468
court, Supreme; Criminal Session .. 472
Additional List of Persons for
trial .. 481
ourtenay, Hon. W. H., to be an Officer of t1e
Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
(Civil Division) .. .. .. .. 1
oyi, M., resumption of duty .. 220
rane, A. V., Esq., Chief Justice .. 262
edit Union; Dissolution of
Punta Gorda Ex-servicemen CrO-
dit Union 404
*edit Unions; Registered .
Northside Good Neighbour Cfle
dit Union, Limited 160
Punta Gorda Ex-Servicemen
Credit Union, Limited 168
irrency, Board of Survey 3
irrency Officers ... 3
Irrencies, Designated-Hong Kong Dollars 332
irrencies, Designated; List of (d.-22.12.49)
Revocation of .. 187
Irrency; new par value of British Honduras 13
customss and Excise Officer, Senicr;" Cherge
of former title of "Higher Grade Clerk" in
Customs and Harbour Department to 121



akers, E. A., Leave ... 219
Resumption of duties .. 417
ebentures; Drawing or redemption of 101, 29
dentists ..
development Board, British Honduras; Dee 518
lopment Commissioner to be a member 518
iwgarde, W. V., Resumption of duties 37, 433
charged Prisoners' Aid Committee 4r 37, 43
Member and Secretary .. 88
ismissal-Cattouse, G. A., Wireless Operatoe 433
'Silva, D. W., to act as Conservator of Forest 149
oirong, R. E., Leave .. ..
Resumption of duties 403
ragten, F. R., O.B.E., K.C., J.P., Leave 3






Resumption, of duties 521
Draughtsn-an, Apprentice, P.W.D., inviting
applicati-ons for appointment .. .. .. 36'

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Education Board .. .. .. 1, 39]
Education UIDepartment; British Guiana; inviting
applications for the post of Examinations
Secretary- .. 197
Electoral qualificationss and Regulations Ordi-
nance, 1035--
Claims a-s Voters-
Belize Representative .. 334
Northern Division 33
Orange Walk (Northern Representative).. 41
Stann Creek Electoral Division .. 32
Toledco Division .. .. .. 34
Western Electoral Division .37
Electricity Board, Belize 45
Enriques, A. P., Esq., Member of the Most Ex-
cellent Order of the British Empire .. .. 267
Escobar, C!., Leave .. .. .. .. 32
Resumption of Duties .. 417
Estimates, 1950; approval .. .. 2
Eusey, E. E., Second Class Clerk 37(
Everett, D r. P. G., Leave .. .. .. 21
Resumption of duties 517
Ewing, E. E., Watchman, P.W.D. .. .. 25:
Examination, Junior School Certificate (Oversea)
1951; Discontinuance .. .. .. 318
Examination, Intermediate Arts; University of
London; Entries, July 1951 .. . .. 500
Examinations, London Chamber of Commerce;
Entries, April 1951 .. .. .. 500
Examination, Matriculation; University of Lon-
don; Results .. .... 444
Examination, Matriculation; University of Lon-
don; Entries, January, 1951 .. .. 326
Examination, Matriculation; University of Lon-
don; Entries, June, 1951 .. .. .. 500
Examination, Matriculation, University of Lon-
don; Exemption from .. .. .. 554, 555
Examination, Primary School Certificate; Suc-
cessful Candidates . 313-317
Examination, Primary School Certificate, 1951 221
Examinations, Teachers' and Pupil Teachers'
1950; Dates .. .. .46
Successful Candidates .. 365-368
Examinations, Teachers' and Pupil Teachers'
1951; Applications for Entry .. .. 500
Examinations, University of Cambridge, Local;
Entries .. . .. .. 189
List of Successful Candidates .. .. .. 203
"Examiner of Accounts, Senior" and "Examiner
of Accounts" Change of Titles of former posts
in Audit Department .. .. 111
Executive Council .. .. .. 140, 270
Expulsion Order; Revoked-Vicente Leiva .. 347
Eyles, The Hon. R. H., B.E.M., J.P., Officer of
the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire 267

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Faber, H. W., leave .. .. .. .. 253
Resumption of duties .. 361
Factories Appeal Board .. .. .. .. 4
Farm Demonstrator; transfer of Mr. H. S. Nelson
to Belize District .. .. ... 513
Figueroa, R. C., leave .. .. .. 37
Resumption of duties 361
Film Censors Board .. ... 3, 88
Financial Year; close ... 528
Fire Rate-
Benque Viejo .. 452
Corozal .. .. .. .. 417
El Cayo .. .. .. 453
Orange Walk .. .. 539, 540
Fire Relief Committee, Belize; Report .. 501
Flights, Charter; applications for permits .. 434
Flores, R., resumption of duty .. .. .. 139
Flowers, E., leave ... 241
resumption of duties .. .. 376
Flowers, E. R., Junior Clerk .. .. .. 129
Flowers, 1. E., leave .. .... 411
resumption of duties .. 475
Flowers, I. W., leave .. ... 507
Flowers, W., leave .. 309
resumption of duty 443
Flowers, W. A., leave .252
Forest Applications- 14, 30, 89, 101, 184
258, 265, 277, 303, 334, 390, 397, 409
414, 436, 445, 453, 454, 469,494, 523, 622
Forman,W. H., leave .. .. .. 376
resumption of duty .. .. 517


Forrest, J. W., leave
Franco, Miss T., Typist
Fuller, C. B., leave
resumption of duties
Fuller, Miss A. A., leave
Fuller, E. N. D., Junior Clerk


7 Gabourel, Mrs. D. G., leave .. .. .. 323
resumption of duties .. 487
Gatcuel,R. E., leave .. .. .. .. 197
resumption of duties .. .. 443
4 to act as Colonial Secretary 129
4 Gabourel, R. J., to act as Collector of Customs 179
8 to act as Superintendent,
6 Belize Fire Brigade 207
0 Gabb, E. A., Mail Clerk, Posts and Telegraphs
1 Department .129
2 Garvey, HisExcellency Ronald Herbert,M.B.E.,
Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished
7 Order of St. Michael and St. George.. .. 267
3 Warrant granting full power and authority
7 to wear the insignia of and enjoy the prece.
7 dence and privileges appertaining and belong-
6 ing to a Knight Commander of the Most Dis-
9 tinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George,
7 together with the use and enjoyment of the
2 distinctiveappellation ofa KnightBachelor 383
Gazette, subscription rates .. .. .. 545
8 Gibson, A. N., Assistant Assessor of Income Tax 87
Gill,D. R. B., Accountant, Treasury Department 2,7
0 Assistant Accountant, Treasury
Department .. .. .. 87
SGoldson, E. M. O., Second Class Clerk .. 376
Goscinski, Dr. A., temporary Medical Officer .. 45
Governor, His Excellency, The; Tours .. 156
Return from tours .. .. 167
SGovernor's Deputy; commissions appointing .. 1P5
Goods and Services Accounts (P.W.D.) .. 206
Gracie Rock Prison Farm; Visiting Justice .. 99
Graham, H. E., to actas Assistant Superintendent,
Belize Fire Brigade 207
Graham, Miss S. G., Stamp Vender .. .. 129
Grant, C. L., leave 297
resumption of duty .. .. 391
Second Class Clerk .. .. 411
Grant, J. H., leave .. .. .. .. 219
resumption of duties .. .. 331
Grantham, G. J., Principal Auditor .. 309
Green, E. C., leave .. .. .. .. 361
resumption of duties .. .. 487
Griffith, MissB. M., leave .. .. .. 269
resumption of duty .. 539
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Harbour Advisory Board .. .. .. 1
Hastings, Dr. J. M., Medical Officer .. .. 139
Haynes, J. E., leave .. .. .. .. 403
Hector Creek Road; re-opening .. .. 340
Heusner, J. P., leave .. .. 139
Holiday, Stann Creek & Toledo Districts; Public
and Bank .. .. .. .. .. 411
Honours, award of the George Medal to 'Mr. G.
W. Griffith .. .. .. 241
Honours, Birthday, His Majesty The King's .. 267
Hospitals; Private Patients; Treatment by Pri-
vate Medical Practitioners .. .. .. 282
Hoy, H. J., resumption of duty .. 269
Hughes, H. J., Puisne Judge, British Guiana 158
Hulse, I. C., leaxe .. .. .. .. 269
resumption of duty .. .. 451
Humphrey, Miss G.M., leave .. .. .. 207
resumption of duty .. 376
Humphreys, L. E., leave .. .. .. 561
Hurricane Precautions .. .. .. .. 357
Hyde, J. B., Engineer, Customs & Harbour Dpt. 207

I

Imperial Legislation-
British Nationality Act, 1948, The .. .. 59-75
British Nationality Regulations (S.I. 1948 No.
2721), The .. .. .. .. 76-87
Newfoundland (Consequential Provisions)
Act, 1950 .. .. .. .. 373-376
Import Control Advisory Committee .. 252, 626
Imports, Principal .. .. 306
Imports Scheme; Token; West Indies & Bahamas 562
Commodities .. .. 624-626
Income Tax Commissioners .. .. 3, 198
Income Tax Returns .. .. .. 18
Income Tax; Warrants for recovery of .. 529








Jameson, V. 0. leave .... .. 219
Jeffery, W. W., Assistant Social Development
Officer .. . .. .. 417
Johnson, E. M., leave ... 219
resumption of duties 339
Johnston, W. A., District Commissioner 323
Jones, A. N., Junior Clerk .. .. .. 451
Jones, K., Mechanic, Belize Fire Brigade .. 241
Jubilee Public Library Committee .. .. 2,252
July List; revision .. 454
Corozal District .. 468
Justices of the Peace .. .. 4, 88, 362, 476
Orange Walk District .. .. .. 549

K

King's, His Majesty The, Birthday Parade .. 251

L

Labour Advisory Board .. .. .. .. 4,282
Lach, Dr. S. J., leave .. .. .. .. 497
Lamb, A. F. A., O.B.E., leave .. .. 149, 361
Officer of the Most Ex-
cellent Order of the
British Empire .. 267
Land Applications- .. 14, 15, 28, 43, 52, 91, 102
122, 125, 132, 152, 169, 171, 180, 182
192, 200, 210, 222, 232, 234, 255, 263
285, 302, 319, 327, 334, 342, 344, 354
364, 369, 379, 380, 388, 395, 406, 407
413, 425, 429, 435, 445, 446, 454
455, 486, 493, 509, 513, 520, 524, 533
546, 555, 565, 627
Land, Free Grants, to Ex-members of British
Honduras Battalion, North Caribbean Force
and of the British Honduras Forestry Unit .. 13
to Ex-members of the B.H.D.F. who quali-
fied for the War Medal .. .. 130
Land leased under the Location Ticket System;
Committee to consider and make recommen-
dations .. .. .. .. .. 208
Land Tax; Payments .. .. .. .. 485
Land Tax; Orders for payment of .. 537, 564
Summonses for non-payment of 39, 40
51, 454, 509
Leases Sale of- Cayo District .. 99
Stann Creek District 125, 202
Stann Creek Town; postpone-
ment .. .. .. 150
Toledo District 43, 117, 186, 465
LEAVE-


Arjonilla Miss C. C.
Arnold, A. E..
Arnold, A. F.
Arnold, R. E. C.
Avilez, A.
Banner, P.
Barrow, D. K...
Barrow, R. H...
Bowen, Miss G. L.
Bradley, Miss V. E.
Bradley, W. E.
Burgess, M. E.
Burgess, W. G.
Cain, W.
Castillo, A.
Castillo, G.
Chavez, M. L...
Clare, H. E ..
Clark, B. S. .
Codd, H. L.
Dakers, E. A..
Doirong, R. E.
Dragten, F. R., O.B.E.,
Escobar, C.
Everett, Dr. P. G.
Faber, H. W.
Figueroa, R. C.
Flowers, W.
Flowers, E. .
Flowers, H. E.
Flowers, R. W
Flowers, W. A.
Forman, W. H.
Forrest. J. W...
Fuller, C. B.
Fuller, Miss A. A.
Gabourel, Mrs. D. G...
Gabourel, R. E.
Grant, C. L.
Grant, J.. ..


361
433
376
549
. .. 517
197
139
269
339
219
361
229
561
517
269
391
87
451
417
219
219
219
K.C., J.P. .. 347
323
219
252
37
309
241
411
507
252
376
219
207
475
323
197
297
219


Green, E. C. .. .. 31
Griffith, Miss B. M. .. 269
Haynes, J. E. .. .. .. 403
Heusner, J. P. .. 139
Hulse, I. C. 269
Humphrey, Miss G. M. 207
Humphreys, L. E.. 561
Jameson, V. 0. .. .. 219
Johnson, E. M. .. 219
Lach, Dr. S. J. 497
Lamb, A. F. A. O.B.E. .. 149, 361
Lizarraga, P. B.. 411
Longsworth, H. O. E. 130
Mahler, R. C .... .. 323
Masson, R. K. .. .. 179
Matthews, R. R. .. 339
Mayo, Miss M... .. 269
McField, H. .. .. 179
Meighan, J. N... .. .. .. 539
Melhado, Hon. H. I., O.B.E., J.P. .. 518
Middleton, P .. .. 539
Myvett, P. W... .. 269
Nicasio, Q... .... 463
Patterson, Dr. T .... 463
Pepitune, J.. .. .... 37
Pitts, R. A. .. .. .. 403
Price, R. M. R. .. .. .. 361
Reneau, Miss E. I .. .. .. 219
Reyes, Miss P. .. .. 252
Ritchie, J. .. .. .. .. 139
Riveroll, P. N. .. .. .. 411
Robateau, L. A. .. .. 451
Rocke, E. R. .. .... 207
Rudon, E. R. I. .. .. .. 207
Russell, I. .. .. .. .. 197
Sampson, E. G. .. .. .. 463
Seay, Mrs. V. W. .. .. .. 207
Smith, B. L .. .. 167
Smith, H. L .. .. .. .. 45
Stolf, R. A. .. .. .. .. 87
Tench, S. E. .. .. .. .. 376
Tucker, E. R .. .. .. .. 297
Ushei, C. R. W. .. .... 517
Usher, G. A. .. .. .. .. 27
Waight, J. A .. .. .. .. 252
Watson, C. H. .. .. 423
Westby, A. .... .. .. .. 621
Westby, A. M. .. .. .. .. 179
Wharton, Dr. S. H. .. .. 361
Williams, E. V. .. .. 323
Williams, R. L. .. .. .. .. 87
Wolffsohn, G. H. .. .. .. .. 323
Yorke, R.H. .. .. .. .. .. 130
Young, E. .. .. .. .. 621
Young, H. W. .. .. .. 269
Young, S. E. .. .. .. .. 331
Legislative Council, Budget Meeting; Address
by His Excellency the Governor .. 572-600
Appendices to Address .. .. 601-620
Legislative Council; Dates of Meetings .. 37
LETTERS PATENT-
Augustus E. Craver
"Recovery of Glycerine" .. 504, 505, 534
George William Moersch
"Process for obtaining Amino Diol
Derivatives" .. .. .. 341, 393
Justin Zender
"Apparatus for purifying Solutions" 453, 534
Lewis, G. E., Store Assistant Public Works De-
partment ... 252
Licences; Grant of, to operate Scheduled Air
Services .. .. .. .. 298
Licences; Particulars of Schedule Air Services 473, 474
Licences; Produce .. 46, 99, 145, 150, 180, 333
341, 424
Licences; Re-issue of Open General Sterling .. 38
LICENSE ING MEETINGS-
Belize District .. 105, 160, 303, 333, 341
352, 434, 467, 563
Cayo District .. 46, 154, 286, 349, 434
Corozal District .. .. 424, 553, 468
Northern District . .. 44, 160, 286
Orange Walk District 117, 170, 445, 542, 563
Stann Creek District 170, 280, 301, 424, 553
Toledo District .. 95, 181, 286, 445, 513, 553
Lindsay, A. W., Assistant Engineer P.W.D. .. 507
Living, Cost of, Index Figure .. .. .. 99
Lizarraga, P. B., leave .... .. 411
Loan, Public Works (1921) Ordinance; Drawing
for redemption of Bonds under .. .. 101
Locke, J. H., Assistant Accountant, Treasury, 339
Longsworth, A. S., First Class Clerk .. .. 549
Longsworth, H. C., Junior Clerk .. 219
Store Assistant P.W.D. .. 187
Longsworth, H. O. E., leave .... 130
resumption of duties .. 347






Lumber Supplies; local pine; meeting of Sawmill-
ers and retailers of
permits for export
Lumber Supplies, local; Text of agreed Report
submitted to the Government by the Local
Lumber Supplies Committee and the Sawmill-
ers' Association


Macmillan, D. H. B., Mechanical Engineer, Pub-
lic Works Department .. .. .. 361
Mahler, D. B. J., Second Class Clerk .. .. 549
Mahler, R. C., leave .. .. .. 323
Marin, D. H., Second Class Clerk .. .. 411
MARINERS' NOTICE-
Bugle Caye Light; Alteration .. .. 563
Sloop foundered approximately 3 miles east
of Blair Atholl .. .. .. .. 381
Marketing Board .. .. .. .. .. 332
Marshalleck, E. A., Junior Clerk .. .. 383
Masson, R. K., leave .. .. .. .. 179
resumption of duties .. .. 443
Matriculation Examination of the University of
London; notifications of exemption from 554, 555
Matthews, R. R., leave .. .. .. 339
resumption of duties .. 443
Mayo, Miss M., leave .. .. 269
resumption of duty .. 561
McField, H., leave .. .... .. 179
resumption of duty .. 331
McNeil, Miss B., resumption of duty .. .. 111
McNair, A. E., Social Welfare Officer .. .. 220
Medal, Cadet Forces; The Royal Warrant and
Regulations governing the institution of 237-240
Medal; award of the George, to Mr. G. W. Griffith 241
Medical Registration; Committee .. .. 1
Medical Practitioners; Registered .. .. 9
Meighan, J. N., leave .. .. 539
Meighan R. O., Second Class Clerk .. .. 129
Melhado, Hon. Mr. H. I., O.B.E., J.P., leave 518
Mental Asylum, Board of Visitors .. .. 4
Meteorologi al Obser, atic ns .. .. 33, 42
Midwives, Licensed .. .. .. .. 12
Middleton, P., leave .. .. 539
Military Pensions Board .. .. 2
Milk, processing of Cow's; application for per-
mission to use lower portion of dwelling house
on Lot No. 1857, Fort George .. .. 187
Minister of State for Colonial Affairs .. 129
Ministers of Religion 8, 122, 190, 382, 390, 438,631
Monkey River Town Board .. .. .. 2
Moore, P., Watchman, P.W.D... .. .. 347
Motor Omnibus Service between Belize & Coro-
zal; Application from Messrs. Batty Brothers
for renewal of permit .. .. .. 318
Myvett P. W., leave .. .. .. 269
resumption of duty .. .. 411

N

Nationality Act, British; 1948 .. .. .. 253
Nawoyski, Z., Assistant Engineer, Feeder Road
Construction .. .. .. .. .. 323
New Year's Honours .. .. .. .. 1
Nicasio, Q., leave .. .. .. .. 463
NON-OFFICIAL NOTICES-
Sealing of the confirmation of the Will of
Annie Jex Robertson .. .. 526
Sealing of the Probate of Will of
Frank R. E. Ellis .. .. .. .. 439
Tenders Invited-
Baron Bliss Trust: Foreshore Extension
Cement .. .. .. .. 178
TRADE MARKS-
Bristol Myers Company .. .. .. 57
Continental Distilling Corporation 421, 422
Creswell Limited .. .. .. 421
Cristino Dominquez .. .. .. 178
Fratelli Branca, S. de R. Ltda. .. 138
International Business Machines Corpora-
tion .. ... .. .. 235
International Harvester Company .. 259
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company .. .. 632
Le Blanc Corporation, The .. 449
Lektrolite Corporation .. .. .. 401
Libby, McNeill & Libby .. .. 18, 19
Pepsi-Cola Company .. .. .. 422
S. A, R. L. Cointreau .. .. 166
Socony-Vacuum Oil Company Inc. 495
Swift & Company .. .. 19
The Grove Laboratories, Inc. .. .. 18
The Montreal Cottons Limited .. .. 97
Union Carbide & Carbon Corporation .. 108
United Aircraft Corporation .. .. 505


W. A. Sheaffer Pen Company
270 Wyeth Incorporated
498 ASSIGNMENT-National Carbon Company,
Inc.
to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation
CHANGE OF NAME-
551 Kaiser Company, Inc.
to Kaiser Steel Corporation


OBITUARY NOTICES-
Haynes, J. E. .. .. .. .. 499
Wilks, M. E., Miss .. .. 505
Optometry Practitioners .. .. .. .. 9
Orange Walk Town Board .. 2
Orders by His Majesty in Council-
Air Navigation Order, 1P49 The Colonial 229
Supplies and Services (Continuance) Order,
1950 .. .. .. 527
ORDINANCES-
Assented to .. 197, 325, 393, 621
Not Disallowed 130, 140, 157, 198, 270
392, 403, 451, 452, 464, 549
Ordonez, G. J., First Class Clerk .. .. 549
Outdoor Relief Committee .. .. .. 2, 88

P

Pandy, P., Male Attendant, Mental Hospital .. 139
Patent, Letters; applications fol-
Augustus E. Craver 504, 505,534
George W, Moersch .. 341, 393
Justin Zender .. 453, 454
Patent; Registration:
Glycerine Corporation
"Method of and apparatus for dialyzing
Solutions" .. 509
Patterson, Dr. T., leave .. 463
Pensionable Offices; Declaration .. 348, 476
Pepitune, J., leave .. 37
Permits for Chapter Flights .. . 434
Peters, C. K., Junior Clerk .. .. 139
Phillips 0. N. D., to act as District Commission-
er, Stann Creek 539
Pine, local; Meetirg of Sawmillers and Retailers
of, .. . .. 270
Permits for export 498
Text of agreed Report submitted to
Government by the Local Lum-
ber Supplies Committee and the
Sawmillers' Association.. .. 551
Pine Lumber; Export Control .. .. .. 353
Pitts, R. A., leave 403
Port Development Investigations;
Report by Mr. John E. G. Palmer, M.A.,
M.I.C.E. .. .. .... 528
Postage Stamps, inviting Designs for new issue 363
Pound, Public, El Cayo .. .. .. .. 137
Price, R. M. R., leave .. .. .. 361
PRICE OF GOODS ORDERS, 1950,The-
(Amendment No. 1) .. 21-26
Deletion of Parts I & 11 of the First Scled-
ule to the Price of Goods (Arrendnrcnt No.
33) Order, 1947, and the substitution of
Parts I & II of New Schedule
(Amendment No. 2) Bringing into force Part
II of the First Schedule .. .. .. 35
(Arn en(mr.t No. 3) Rice; Sugar .. .. 42
(Amendment No. 5) By addition ,to First
Schedule Flour; Lard; Margarine; Milk .. 50
(Amendment No. 6) Substitution of new Part
II to First Schedule .. .. 54-57
(Amendment No. 7) Flour; Butter; Coined
Beef; Milk 90
(Amendment No. 8) Milk . .. 107
(Amendment No. 9) Flour .. .. 107
(Amendment No. 4) Oil; Kerosene, Gasoline 116
(Amendment No. 10) Milk; Flour .. .. 118
(AmendmentNo. 11) Flour; Lard .. .. 119
(Amendment No. 12) Flour .. .. .. 124
(AmendmentNo. 13) Lard, Margarine .. 124
(Amendment No. 14) Flour; Lard; Margarine 136
(Amendment No. 15) Oi'; Gasoline ... 146
(Amendment No. 16) Flour; Lard; Margarine;
Milk; Kerosene; Gasoline .. 161, 162, 163
(Amendment No. 17) Flour; Lard; Margarine;
Milk; Butter . . 175
(Amendment No. 19) Oil; Gasoline .. 190
(Amendment No. 18) Lard; Margarine; Milk 185
(Amendment No. 20) Corn .. . 204
(Amendment No. 21) Flour; Lard .. 204, 205
(Amendment No. 22) Flour; Lard; Margarine;
Milk .. .. .. .. 205, 206






(Amendment No. 23) Margarine; Milk .. 216
(Amendment No. 24) Flour; Lard; Margarine;
Milk .. .. .. .. 216,217
(Amendment No. 25) Lard; Margarine; Milk 225
(AmendmentNo. 26) Flour .. .. .. 231
(Amendment No. 27) Flour .. .. .. 243
(Amendment No. 28) Flour; Lard .. 243, 244
(Amendment No. 29) Margarine; Milk .. 244
(Amendment No. 30) Flour; Lard; Margarine;
Milk .. .. .. 254
(Amendment No. 31) Margarine; Oil: Kcro-
sene; Gasoline .. .. .. .. 274
(Amendment No. 32) Flour .. .. .. 275
(Amendment No. 33) Butter .. .. 275
(Amendment No. 34) Milk .. .. 276
(Amendment No. 35) Butter; Flour; Lard; Mar-
garine; Milk; Oil: Kerosene; Gasoline 294, 295
(Amendment No. 36) Butter; Margarine 295, 296
(Amendment No. 37) Flour; Milk .. .. 305
(Amendment No. 38) Butter; Flour; Milk; Oil:
Gasoline .. .. .. .. 312
(Amendment No. 39) Flour; Lard; Margarine;
Milk .. .. .. .. .. 329
(Amendment No. 40) Flour; Lard .. 338
(AmendmentNo. 41) List E-Pine Lumber 355, 356
(Amendment No. 42) Butter; Flour; Lard;
Margarine; Milk .. .. .. .. 351
(AmendmentNo 43) Butter; Milk .. .. 352
(AmendmentNo. 44) Flour; Butter; Lard .. 353
(Amendment No. 45) Margarine .. .. 371
(Amendment No. 46) Native Pine Lumber:
Revocation of Amendment No. 41 Order
made on 17th July, 1950 .. 371, 372
(Amendment No. 47) Flour .. 381, 382
(Amendment No. 48) Flour; Lard; Margarine;
Milk; Oil: Kerosene, Gasoline 385, 386, 387
(Amendment No. 49) Flour .. .. .. 400
(Amendment No. 50) Rice .. .. 400
(Amendment No. 51) Flour; Lard; Milk;
Margarine .. .. .. .. 408
(Amendment No. 52) Margarine .. .. 415
(Amendment No. 53) Onions .. 420, 421
(Amendment No. 54) Flour; Lard; Margarine;
Milk; Oil: Kerosene .. .. 426-428
(Amendment No. 55) Onions .. 428, 429
(AMendment No. 56) Flour; Oil; Onions; Gas-
oline .. .. .. .. .. 428-429
(Amendment No. 57) Flour; Lard; Milk .. 437
(Amendment No. 58) Cattle: Local Meat,
Fresh .. .. .. .. .. .. 441
(Amendmentlo. 59) Wholesale prioesof Flour
Lard; Margarine; Condensed Milk & Evapo.
rated Milk .. .. .. .. .. 442
(AmendmentNo. 60) Butter; Corned Beef .. 447
(AmendmentNo. 61) Flour .. .. .. 447
(Amendment No. 62) Butter; Margarine; Rice;
Onions .. .. .. 457, 458
(Amendment No. 63) Butter; Onions 458, 459
(Amendment No. 65) Milk; Lard; Margarine 470
(Amendment No. 66) Part II. List D-
Hardware, etc. .. .. .. 484
(Amendment No. 67) Flour; Lard; Margarine;
Milk; Onions .. .. .. .. 483, 484
(Amendment No. 68) Flour; Lard; Milk .. 494
(Amendment No. 69) Corn .. .. 491
(Amendment No. 70) Flour; Milk .. .. 502
(AmendmentNo. 71) Eggs, fresh .. 503
(Amendment No. 72) Lard; Margarine; Milk 511, 512
(Amendment No. 73) Lard; Margarine; Oil:
Gasoline; Onions.. .. .. 512
(Amendment No. 74) Flour; Lard 523
(Amendment No. 64) Cattle-Local Meat,
fresh .. .. 534, 535
(Amendment No. 75) Butter; Corned Beef .. 535
(Amendment No. 76) Butter; Margarine .. 536
(Amendment No. 77) Margarine; Butter;
Corned Beef .. .. .. .. .. 542
(Amendment No. 78) Flour .. .. .. 543
(Amendment No. 79) Lumber, Rough, Dressed
(Amendment Order No. 41) revoked .. 543
(Amendment No. 80) Flour .. .. .. 555
(Amendment No. 81) Flour; Lard .. .. 564
(Amendment No. 82) Eggs .. .. 631
Probation Committee .. .. .. .. 4
Probation Officers .. .. .. 4
Belize District .. .. .. .. 88
Stann Creek District .. .. .. 443
Produce Licences .. 46, 99, 145, 150, 180, 333
341, 424
Promotion Board .. .. .. 3
Public and Bank Holiday .... 411
Public Officers' Guarantee Fund; Directors 3
Public Works Department. Notice regarding
Accounts for goods supplied or services .. 206
Public Works Loan (1921) Ordinance; Drawing
for redemption of Debentures .. .. 529


Punta Gorda Town Board .. .. 2
(Purchases and Sales Report; Keeping of Stock
Books and rendering of); Subsidized Commo-
dities Order, 1950 .. .. .. .. 656


Quilter, A. A., Janitor, Paslow Building .. 391

R
Rainfall Returns .. 191,247, 257, 321,343,394,436
473, 525, 630
Ramirez, R. E., Second Class Clerk .. .. 87
Ratter, E. D., Executive Engineer, P.W.D. .. 130
to actas Director of Public Works 323
Registrar of Births& Deaths, Deputy .. 131, 140, 423
433, 488, 507
RELINQUISHMENTS-
Bradley, E. P., a Commissioner of Income Tax 451
Dragten, F., R., Esq., K.C., O.B.E., J.P.,
Judge of the Supreme Court .. .. 262
Gabourel, R. E., as Colonial Secretary .. 149
Gabourel, R, J., as Acting Collector of Customs 443
Superintendent, Belize Fire
Brigade .. .. .. 451
Gill, E. E., Wireless Operator, Districts ... 269
Smith, S. F., as Registrar of Co-operative
Societies .. .. .. .. .. 361
Storey, J. F., as Acting Superintendent of Police 220
Wolffsohn, Mr. A. N., C.M.G., O.B.E., Con-
troller of Imports .. .... 488
Remembrance Sunday .. .... 464
Rene, G. S., Bailiff, Belize District Court .. 639
Reneau, Miss E. I., leave .. .. 219
resumption of duty .. 507
Report, Belize Fire Relief Committee .. .. 501
Report on Port Development Investigations;
John E. G. Palmer's .. .. .. .. 28
Reports of the Standing Closer Association Com.
mittee and of the Commission on the Unifica.
tionof the Public Services in the British Carib.
bean Area; Sale of .. .. 140
Reservation of Land; Monkey River Town
(Lots Nos. 140A; 141A) .. .. .. 262
Reserve, Crown, Cayo District .. .. 258
RESIGNATIONS-
Alexander, Miss E., Member of the Board of
Education .. .. .. .. 392
Bennett, E. E. F., School Officer .. .. 323
Boyd, S. A. W., Junior Agricultural Instruc.
tor .. .. .. .. .. 339
Gardiner, G. A., Prison Warder .. .. 220
McField, Miss C. L., Typist .. .. .. 463
McInnis, R. A., Mechanical Engineer .. 323
Rudon, K., Second Class Clerk .. .. 149
Stolf, R. A., Second Class Clerk .. 241
Wolffsohn, G. H., Second Class Clerk .. 411
RETIREMENTS ON PENSION-
Bennett, W. A., Linesman, Electrical Dept. 339
Cattouse, A. E., First Class Clerk .. 391
Flowers, G. O., Customs Boatman .. 111
Flowers, W. A., Inspector, Telephones Dpt. 391
Garbutt, J. W., Engineer, Customs and Har-
bour Department ..... 220
Pepitune, J., Accountant, Treasury Dept. 252
Russell, I., First Class Clerk .. . 517
Usher, G. A., Chief Mechanic, B.F.B. .. 207
Ysaguirre, E. L., District Commissioner, Toledo 324
Reyes, Miss P., leave .. .. .. .. 252
resumption of duties .. .. 331
Rhamdas, O., Junior Clerk .. .. 130
Ritchie, J., leave .. .. .. .. 139
resumption of duty .. 475
Riveroll, P. N., leave .. .. .. .. 411
Roads, Public; Declaration of
Canada Hill (Mile 7 on Stann Creek-Middlesex
Road) to False Creek .. .. 497
Land along the line of proposed route for the
new Never Delay Road .. .. .. 252
Roaring Creek to Caves River .. .. 27
San Diego to the Belize River at Spanish Look-
out .. .. 282
San Francisco to Pembroke Hall (From the
main Belize-Corozal Road).. .. 649, 550
Robateau, L. A., leave .... .. 451
Second Class Clerk .. .. 130
Robinson, L., Ferryman, Boom Ferry .. 197
Rocke, E. R., leave ... .. 207
resumption of duty .. 323
Romero, R. R., resumption of duty .. .. 497
Rudon,'E. R. I., leave .. . .. 207
Principal Officer, Prison Dpt. 411
resumption of duty .. .. -347
Rudon, K., Second/Third Class Clerk .. .. 87
Russell, I., leave .. .. .. .. 197







Sabala, E., resumption of duties .. 45
Sabido, Miss C., Typist, Agricultural Department,
Central Farm .. .. 463
Sabido, T., Junior Clerk .. .. 130
Sale of Bonded Goods .. .. 471, 514
Sale of Confiscated Goods .. .. 471
Sale of Land 485
Sale of Stolen and Unclaimed Property 532
Sampson, E. G., leave .. 463
Second Class Clerk 130
Scheme, Town Planning, Belize 271
Scholarship, British Honduras; Third Award 318, 333
Scholarships and Bursaries; British Council .. 519
Scholarships, Government, to Secondary Schools 31
Scholarships, Government, to Secondary Schools,
Applications .. .... 293
School Officer, Belize; inviting applications for
post of .. .. .... 277
School Officers, Compulsory Attendance Areas:-
Belize .. .. .. .. .. 332
Ladyville .. .. .. .. 347
San Felipe and San Lazaro-Trinidad areas
(Orange Walk District) .. .. .. 443
Schools, Pharmaceutical; recognized .. .. 33
Schools, Private; Discontinued
Mr. J. Vernon's (Belize) School .... 339
Searle, T. G., Inspector of Works .. .. 219
Seay, Mrs. V. W., leave .. .. .. 207
resumption of duties .. 324


SECONDMENTS-
Bradley, L., to Jubilee Public Library 157
Fairweather, C. L., Temporary Road Fore-
man .. .. 309
Usher, H. C., Co-operative Officer Social
Development Department .. 487
Secretary of State for the Colonies .. .. 129
Security; Officers required to give; Revised list
of .. .. 377, 378
Slinger, Dr. L. A. P., Senior Medical Officer 528
Smith, B. L., Inspector of Lines .. .. 411
leave .. .. .. .. 167
resumption of duty .. .. 309
Smith, Dr. G. G., resumption of duty .. .. 433
Smith, H. L., leave .. .. .. 45
resumption of duty .. 45
Smith, S. F., Second Lieutenant, B.H.V.G. .. 88
Social Welfare Committee .. .. .. 3
Social Welfare Officer .. 220
SOCIETIES, CO-OPERATIVE-
Central Consumers Co-operative Limited 317
Corozal Consumers Co-operative Limited 399
Staine, J. E., Senior Postman .. .. .. 130
Stamp Commissioners .. . .. 3
Stamps, Postage; inviting Designs for new issue 363
Stansmore, A. L., Clerk, Social Development De-
partment .. .. .. .. 463
Stann Creek Town Board .. .. .. 2
Stann Creek Town Board; Nominations of Can-
didates for election as members; date for re-
ceiving .. .. .. .. .. .. 545
Stann Creek Town Board; Registration of Voters 202
Statutory Instruments. Volume bound separately.
Stephen, J. C., Junior Clerk .. 376
Sterling; re-issue of Open General Licences .. 38
Steer,. A. G., Second Class Clerk .. .. 130
Stolf, R. A., leave .. .... .. 87
Stuart, A. H., Linesman .. .. .. .. 443
Students; admission to Colleges and Universities
in the United Kingdom 404, 405
Students, Colonial in United Kingdom;
Welfare of .. .. 112
Students proceeding to the United States of
America .. .. .. .. 318, 319
Subsidized Commodities (Keeping of Stock Books)
Order, 1950 .. .. .. .. 174
Subsidized Commodities (Keeping of Stock
Books & rendering of Purchases and Sales Re-
port) Order, 1950 .. .. .. 556
Sugar Allocation, British Honduras; Official an-
nouncement .. .. .. .. 187
Sugar Control Board .... 2
Summonses for non-payment of Land Tax 39, 40, 51
454, 509
Supreme Court; Commissioners .. .. 11
Criminal Session .. .. 472
additional list of persons
for trial .. .. 481
Judge .. .. .. .. 198
Legal Vacation, 1951 .. .. 553
Supplies and Services (Continuance) Order, 1950 527
Survey Apprentices; Examination .. .. 470
Swasey, J. A. Farm Demonstrator Grade I .. 139
T
Tax Collector, Belize City Council; inviting ap -


plications for appointment as .. ..
Tax on Goods; Entry; Remission-(Air Survey
Company Ltd.) .. 411, 412
Tax, Land; Payments .. .. .. .. 485
Teacher, Assistant, Government School (Crooked
Tree); invitingapplicationsfor postof .. 349
Teachers'ProvidentFund; Board of Mnaagement 3
Telecommunication Loan Ordinance, 1949;
Drawing for redemption of Debentures .. 529
Tench, S. E., leave .. .. .. .. 376
resumption of duties .. .. 617
Tenders Examination Committee .. .. 3
TENDERS INVITED-
Baron Bliss Trust: Cement for Foreshore Ex-
tension .. .. .. 178
Butchers' and Market Supplies 310, 465
Chicle .. .. .. .. .. 452
Clean Gas Oil .. .. .. .. .. 472
Fishery Boat, building of .. .. 453
Flour .. .. .. 310, 451
Fuel Oil. .. .. .. 89, 105, 231
Fuel Oil, Belize Electricity Board .. 343
Groceries .. .. 283, 455, 456, 457
Motor Cycle, Purchase of .. .. 173
Old District Commissioner's Quarters, Stann
Creek; Purchase of .. .. .. .. 32
Pauper Burials. .. .. .. .. 452
Uniform for the Police Force .. .. .. 452
Timekeeper, P.W.D., inviting applications for
post of .. .. .. .. .. 215
Tourist Committee .. .. .. .. 2
Town Planning Scheme, Belize .. .. .. 271
TRANSFERS-
Arnoux, A. E., to His Majesty's Foreign Ser-
vice .. .. .. .. .. 270
Avilez, J. N., to Government Printing Office 423
Boland, His Honour F. M. to British Guiana 198
Carey-Jones, N. S., to KInya .. .. 518
Clark, B. S., to Education Department .. 139
Clark Harvey, J. H., to Tanganyika .. 140
Fishlock, C. W. L., to Tanganyika .. .. 404
Gabourel, Mrs. D. G., to Judicial Department 487
Goldson, E. M. 0., to Labour Department .. 403
to Medical Department .. 621
Hughes, H. J., to British Guiana .. 331, 332
Lewis, H. K., to District Commissioner's Of-
fice, Stann Creek .. .. 433
to Medical Department .. 507
Lind, H. F., to District Commisioner's Of-
fice, Stann Creek .. .. 297
to Posts and Telegraphs Depart-
ment .. .. 423
Longsworth, H. C., to Posts and Telegraphs
Department .. .. .. 423
Longsworth, H. O. E., to Customs and Har-
bour Department .. .. .. .. 376
Mahler, D. B. J., to Agricultural Department,
Central Farm .. .. 507
to Medical Department .. 157
McField, Miss C. L., to Judicial Department
(Registry) . .. 139
Meighan, R. O., to Treasury Department .. 197
Moody, F. O., to Public Works Department 497
Rhamdas, O., to Public Works Department 139
Russell, Miss A. V., to Police Department .. 391
Staines, P. O., to District Commissioner's Of-
fice, Stann Creek .. .. 497
Tucker, E. R., to Public Works Department 487
Usher, Miss L. H., to Public Works Depart-
ment .. .. .. 167
Vernon, T. C., to Income Tax Department.. 324
Waight, MissH. R., to IncomeTax Department 391
Yorke, R. H., to Survey Department 403
Young, E. W., to Treasury Department .. 361
Young, W. T., to Agricultural Department,
Central Farm .. 451
Younglao, Dr. L. P., to Trinidad .. . 540
Transport Board .. .. .. .. 2
Trapp, E. A., School Officer, Belize District .. 331
Tribunal, Trade Dispute .. .. .. .. 461
Tribunal, Trade Dispute (General Workers'
Union and Messrs J. R. Minty & Company);
Findings ..5. 14, 515
Trumbach, S. B., Costing Clerk, P.W.D. .. 149
Tucker, A. W., Warder, Prisons Department .. 347
Tucker, E. R., leave .. .. .. 297
resumption of duty .. .. 487


U

Usher, C. R. W., leave .
Usher, G. A., leave
Usher, Miss G. W., Typist
Usher, H. C., First Class Clerk ..


. .. 517
27
130
.. .. 383








Vaccinators, Public .. .. 158, 5:
Valuations Appeal Board .. ..
El Cayo & benque Viejo
Valuations Appeal Board; Meeting ..
Valuers of Properties-
Belize .. ..
Santa Elena .. .
Vellos, A. E., Timekeeper, P.W.D.
Veterinary Advice and Drugs; Officers of De-
partment of Agriculture; to be consulted for
Villamor, F., Co-operative Officer .
Visiting Justices to Prisons
Voters; City Council Election
Voters' Lists; Revision ..
Revision Stann Creek .. ..


Wade, J. W., Toll Keeper, Burdon Canal Bridge
Waight, J. A., leave
Waite, T. A. B., Night Operator & Linesman
Watson, A., Radio Operator, Telecommunica-
tions Department
Watson, C. H., leave .
resumption of duties
Westby, A., leave
Westby, A. M., leave
resumption of duty ..
Westby, C. F., Assistant Lighthouse Keeper
Wharton, Dr. S. H., leave
Williams, E. V., leave ..
Williams, R. L., leave
resumption of duty ..
Wolffsohn, G. H., leave ..
Woods, P. S., Customs Boatman

Y
Yorke, R. H., First Class Clerk ..
leave
resumption of duty
Young, E., leave .. ..
Young, H. W., leave .. .
resumption of duties
Young, L. H., Radio Mphanie .. ..
Young, S. E., leave ..
resumption of duty
Young, W. T., First Class Clerk

INDEX TO SUPPLEMENT.


28, 5:
1
24
16

22
32
26

31
41

22
41
42


26
25
34

51'
42
48'
621
179
309
497
361
323
87
207
323
167


Agreements, Marketing Board 67-70; 71-74; 75-78
Belize City Council-
Voters' Lists
Female.. .. 83-92, 134, 146
Male .. 93-116,133-134,145-146
Commissioners of Currency, Board of; State-
nent .. ... 12, 42, 135


Commodities, Prices; Subsidized 34
Conference held at Government House on 10th
39 March, 1960. Existing and future Employ.
68 ment possibilities .. .. .. .. 35-39
1 Dollar, British Honduras; Devaluation of The;
54 Memorial, from the People of British Honduras
to His Majesty The King ard the Honourable
0 Members of the Privy Council .. 29-32
!4 Memorial from the People of British Honduras
9 to 4is Majesty The King and Honourable
Members of Parliament 25-26
.8 Memorial to the Secretary of State for the
7 Colonies .. .. .. .. ..32-33
2 Reply to the Chairman of the People's Com-
4 mittee .. .. .. 27-28; 33-34
2 Electoral Qualifications and Regulations Ordi-
4 nance, 1935; The
List of Voters-
Belize Division .. .. .. 5-20
Northern Division .. .. .. .. 21
2 Stann Creek Division .. .. 22-23
2 Toledo Division .. .. .. .. 23-24
7 Western Division .. .. ... 20-21
Registration as Voters; List of persons claim-
7 ing-
3 Belize Division .. .. .. 167-195
7 Corozal Division .. .. .. 215-217
1 Northern District (Corozal) .. .. 4
Orange Walk .. .. .. 211-214
Stann Creek Division .. .. 203-207
Toledo Division .. .. .. 159-161
Western Division .. .. .. 199-201
Exports of Domestic Produce; Comparative
Statements showing Principal 16, 17. 19, 29A-
63, 64, 65, 66, 82, 147, 161. 153
Imports; Comparative Statements of Principal 41
132, 209
Public Officers' Guarantee Fund; Report by
Directors for year ended 31st December 1949
127-131
Revenue and Expenditure of British Honduras;
Comparative Statements of .. 1-3; 5A-7; 9-11
13-15; 43-45; 47-49; 51-53; 55-57
59-61; 79-81; 123-125; 155-157; 163-
165
Stann Creek Town Board: Voters' List 117-121
SUPREME COURT-
In the Matter of Weis-Fricker Mahogany Com.
pany (Defendants) and Emilio Awe (Plain-
tiff) .. .. .. .. .. 136-137
In the Matter of the Estate of Jane Hume de-
ceased .. .. ..138-144
In the Matter of the Estate of Albert Austin
Pandy deceased .. .. 219-220
In the Matter of the Estate of Sarah Keefe
Usher deceased .. 197-198
SUPREME COURT ORDER-
In the Matter of the Estate of Isaiah Emman.
uel Morter deceased .. .. .. 149-160























Gazette Extraordinary

BRITISH HONDURAS-PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


No. 1 BELIZE, 3rd JANUARY, 1950 Page 1


No. 1. M.P. 1/49.

Colonial Secretary's Office,.

Belize, 3rd January, 1950.

NEW YEAR'S HONOURS.

It is hereby notified that His Majesty The King has been graciously
pleased to approve the appointment of the Honourable Mr. Woldrich Harrison
Mrtenay to be an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
(Civil Division).
By Command.

E. D. HONE,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 2. M.P. 01191.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 3rd January, 1950.

APPOINTMENTS.

H is Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make
the under-mentioned appointments in respect of the year
1950.
for convenience the ex-officio members are also shown.

By Command.

E. D. HONE,
Colonial Secretary.


BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF CHEMISTS
AND DRUGGISTS.
(Ord. No. 17 of 1939.)
The Senior Medical Officer (ex officio), Chairman,
Dr. B. M. Hulse,
Dr. P. E. M. Clarke. M.P. 03223.

AN*BIOTICS CONTROL COMMITTEE.
(Ord. No. 2 of 1948.)


The Senior Medical Officer, Chairman,
Honourable Mr. J. A. Smith,
Dr. P. E. M. Clarke,
A. E. Brodhurst, Esquire,
P. A. Hyde, Esquire.


M.P. 393/48.


HARBOUR ADVISORY BOARD.
(Sec. 6. of Cap. 39 of C.L., 1924, as amended by
Ord. No. 39 of 1935.)
The Colonial Secretary, Chairman (ex officio),
The Harbour Master (ex officio),
The Superintendent of Police (ex officio),
H. T. Grant, Esquire,
Captain W. H. Kieffer, M.B.E.,
Captain George Gough.
Secretary-The Harbour Master. M.P. 01027.

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BOARD OF EDUCATION.
(Ord. No. 14 of 1926 and Ord. No. 38 of 1935.)
His Excellency the Governor, President, (ex oficio).
The Colonial Secretary (ex officio),
The Reverend M. M. O'Connor, S.J.,
Miss E. A. Alexander,
F. R. Dragten, Esquire, O.B.E., K.C., J.P.,
The Rev. J. F. Moore, M.Sc.,
The Rev. A. Cartwright,
C.A. Logan, Esquire.
Secretary-The Director of Education. M.P. 0356,

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COMMITTEE OF MEDICAL REGISTRATION.
(Ord. No. 15 of 1933.)
The Senior Medical Officer, Chairman, (ex oficio),
The Attorney General,
Dr. B. M. Hulse,
Dr. P. E. M. Clarke,
H. M. Vernon, Esquire.
Secretary-Mr. H. C. Usher, M.P. 0999.






2 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


TRANSPORT BOARD.
(Ord. No. 32 of 1938.)
The Director of Public Works, Chairman, (ex officio),
The Superintendent of Police (ex officio),
Captain.R. K. Masson, M.B.E., Superintendent, Belize Fir
Brigade,
F. R. Dragten, Esquire, O.B.E., K.C., J.P.,
Honourable Mr. H. C. Fuller, President, Belize City
Council. M.P. 02711.

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JUBILEE PUBLIC LIBRARY COMMITTEE.
(Ord. No. 37 of 1935.)
His Excellency the Governor, Chairman,
Honourable Mr. E. D. Hone, O.B.E.,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire, J.P.,
The Resident Tutor of the University College of the Wes
Indies
Mrs. W. H. Kieffer, M.B.E..
J. W. Forrest, Esquire, Director of Education,
Miss E. A. Alexander.
Secretary-Captain M. S. Metzgen, O.B.E., J.P.
M.P. 03325.
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SUGAR CONTROL BOARD.
(Ord. No. 15 of 1933.)
Honourable Mr. E. D. Hone, O.B.E., Colonial
Secretary, Chairman,
Honourable Mr. H. I. Melhado, O.B.E., J.P.,
Honourable Mr. H. C. Fuller,
Honourable Mr. E. G. N. Gegg,
F. R. Dragten, Esquire, O.B.E., K.C., J.P.,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire, J.P.
Secretary-Controller of Imports.
M.P. 01749.
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TOURIST COMMITTEE.

Captain W. H. Kieffer, M.B.E.,
Captain R. K. Masson, M.B.E.,
Captain M. S. Metzgen, O.B.E., J.P.
Hon. Secretary-Mr. K. G. Rudon.
M.P. 0472.

MILITARY PENSIONS BOARD.
MILITARY PENSIONS BOARD.


The Financial Secretary, Chairman,
The Senior Medical Officer,
Major L. A. Jeffery.
Secretary-Mr. J. Pepitune.


M.P. 0822.


OUTDOOR RELIEF COMMITTEE.


The Social Welfare Officer, Chairman,
The Senior Medical Officer,
The Labour Officer,
Mrs. V. Seay, M.B.E.,
Honourable Mr. E. G. N. Gegg.
Secretary- Mr. S. F. Smith.


M.P. 0468.


VISITING JUSTICES TO PRISONS.
(Ch. 68. C.L., 1924.)
For the Belize Prison:
The Magistrate, Belize (ex officio),
F. R. Dragten, Esquire, O.B.E., K.C., J.P.,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire, J.P.,
Honourable Mr. R. H. Eyles, B.E.M., J.P.,
A. Balderamos, Esquire, J.P.,
A. S. Pinks, Esquire, J.P.,
E. E. Eusey, Esquire, J.P.,
Mrs. V. W. Seay, M.B.E.
For the Northern District:
COROZAL PRISON.
The District Commissioner (ex officio),
William Schofield, Esquire, J.P.,
P. W. Baeza, Esquire.

ORANGE WALK PRISON.
The District Commissioner (ex officio).
Dr. W. A. S. George, J.P.,
Miguel Urbina, Esquire.
For the Stann Creek District:
The District Commissioner, Stann Creek (ex officio),
H. T. A. Bowman, Esquire,
W. A. J. Bowman, Esquire, O.B.E., J.P.,
H. A. Buller, Esquire, J.P.


For the Toledo District:
The District Commissioner, Toledo (ex officio),
Honourable Mr. C. L. Westby,
B. R. Avilez, Esquire, J.P.


For the Cayo District:
The District Commissioner, El Cayo (ex officio),
Arthur F. Mapp, Esquire., J.P.,
W. W. Young, Esquire, J.P. M.P. 03190.


COROZAL TOWN BOARD.
(Ord. No. 24 of 1938.)
t The District Commissioner, Northern District, Chairman
(ex officio),
The Medical Officer, Corozal,
W. Schofield, Esquire, J.P.,
L. F. Rosado, Esquire,
M. Esquivel, Esquire,
P. Montalvo, Esquire,
G. Greenwood, Esquire. M.P. 01117.-

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ORANGE WALK TOWN BOARD.
(Ord. No. 24 of 1938.)
The Asst. District Commissioner, Orange Walk, Chairman
(ex officio),
The Medical Officer in charge of Orange Walk,
A. Ayuso, Esquire,
G. V. Smith, Esquire,
M. Urbina, Esquire,
J. Briceno, Esquire,
G. A. Archer, Esquire. M.P. 01117.
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CAYO TOWN BOARD.
(Ord. No. 24 of 1938.) o
The District Commissioner, Cayo, Chairman (ex officio),
The Medical Officer, Cayo,
D. Habet, Esquire,
P. N. Gray, Esquire,
W. W. Young, Esquire,
A. F. Mapp, Esquire, J.P.,
Peter August, Esquire. M.P. 0964.
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BENQUE VIEJO TOWN BOARD.
(Ord. No. 24 of 1938.)
The District Commissioner, Cayo, Chairman (ex officio),
The Medical Officer, Cayo,
The Alcalde, Benque Viejo,
A. F. Coleman, Esquire, J.P.,
Ofelio Perera, Esquire,
Manuel Guerra, Esquire,
Miguel Hegar, Esquire. M.P. 0964.


STANN CREEK TOWN BOARD.
(Ord. No. 24 and S. R. & 0. No. 33 of 1939.)
L. C. Levy, Esquire, Chairman,
The District Commissioner, Stann Creek,
The Medical Officer, Stann Creek.
Honourable Mr. C. J. Benguche,
M. E. Miller, Esquire,
P. A. Guerrero, Esquire, 4W
Eloy Gutierrez, Esquire.
M.P. 561144.

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PUNTA GORDA TOWN BOARD.
(Ord. No. 24 of 1938.)
The District Commissioner, Toledo, Chairman (ex officio),
The Medical Officer, Toledo,
Honourable Mr. C. L. Westby,
S. B. Vernon, Esquire,
B. R. Avilez, Esquire, J.P.,
C. F. Apolonio, Esquire.
C. H. Bevans, Esquire,
C. Johnson, Esquire,
V. Nicholas, Esquire. M.P. 1279/43.


MONKEY RIVER TOWN BOARD.
(Ord. No. 24 of 1938.)
The District Commissioner, Toledo, Chairman (ex officio),
The Medical Officer, Toledo,


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BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 3


W. Logan, Esquire,
G. Morey, Esquire,
A. L. Me Bride, Esquire,
I. A. Hewlett, Esquire.


No. 3.


M.P. 1279/43.


Colonial Secretary's Of;ce,
Belize, 3rd January, 1950.


The following lists of Boards and Committees are pub-
lished for general information.
By Command.

E. D. HONE,
Colonial Secretary.
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AIR TRANSPORT LICENSING AUTHORITY.
(S. I. No. 57 of 1949.)
The Colonial Secretary, Chairman,
The Attorney General,
The Director General of Civil Aviation,
Honourable Mr. W. H. Courtenay, O.B.E.
Executive Secretary-The Airport Manager.
M.P. 830.48.
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SOCIAL WELFARE COMMITTEE.
The Social Welfare Officer, Chairman,
The Senior Medical Officer,
The Director of Agriculture,
The Director of Education,
The Labour Officer,
Miss Leonie Wright,
Honourable Mr. R. H. Eyles, B.E.M., J.P.,
Secretary-Mr. S. F. Smith. M.P. 02937.
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S
BELIZE LOAN BOARD.
) .(Ord. No. 23 of 1932.)
Honourable Mr. E. D. Hone, O.B.E., Chairman,
Honourable Mr. H. J. Hughes, Vice Chairman,
A. J. Hunter, Esquire, J.P.,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire, J.P.,
Honourable Mr. R. H. Eyles, B.E.M., J.P.,
S. A. Stone, Esquire.
Secretary-Major L. A. Jeffery. M.P. 632/45.


COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY.
(Ord. No. 1 of 1937.)
The Colonial Secretary, Chairman (ex officio),
The Financial Secretary,
Honourable Mr. H. I. Melhado, O.B.E., J.P.
Clerk-Mr. D. R. Gill. M.P. 03750.

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CURRENCY OFFICERS.
(S. R. & 0. No. 11 of 1939.)
E. Trapp, Esq., Higher Grade Clerk, Medical Department,
D. R. Bradley, Esq., Higher Grade Clerk, Customs and Har-
bour Department,
A. B. Clarke, Esq., Sergeant Major, Police Department,
P. A. Hyde, Esq., Dispenser and Storekeeper, Medical Dept.,
I. C. Hulse, Esq., Tracer, Survey Department,
R. A. Pitts, Esq., First Class Clerk, Treasury Department,
J. H. Locke, Esq., First Class Clerk, Agricultural Dept.,
A. E. Catteal, Esq., First Class Clerk, Forestry Dept.,
B. I. Smith, Esq., First Class Clerk, Customs and Harbour
Department,
S. W. Bowden, Esq., First Class Clerk, Education Dept.,
R. G. Staine, Esq., First Class Clerk, Posts and Telegraphs
Department,
A. N. Gibson, Esq., First Class Clerk, Income Tax Dept.,
E. W. Fuller, Esq., First Class Clerk, Secretariat,
P. M. Ewing, Esq., Higher Grade Clerk, Audit Department,
C. R. Usher, Esq., First Class Clerk, Customs and Harbour
Department,
H. D. Frazer, Esq., First Class Clerk, Posts and Telegraphs
Department,
A. S. Grant, Esq., Draughtsman Assistant, Survey Depart-
ment. M.P. 691/43.


BOARD OF SURVEY-CURRENCY.
(S. R. & 0. No. 11 of 1939.)
The Superintendent of Police,
The Auditor,
The Collector of Customs,
G. A. Elliott, Esquire, Director of Surveys. M.P. 0851.


INCOME TAX COMMISSIONERS.
(Ch. 23, C. L., 1924.)
F. C. P. Bowen, Esquire, Chairman,
S. A. Stone, Esquire,
Capt. R. K. Masson, M.B.E. M.P. 0048.
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DIRECTORS OF THE PUBLIC
OFFICERS' GUARANTEE FUND.
(Ch. 10, C. L., 1924.)
F. C. P. Bowen, Esquire,
Capt. R. K. Masson, M. B. E.,
S. A. Hassock, Esquire.
Secretary-The Financial Secretary. M.P. 776/44.


BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, TEACHERSt
PROVIDENT FUND.
(Ord. No. 6 of 1938.)
The Financial Secretary, Chairman,
The Attorney General,
The Director of Education, Secretary. M.P. 02073.
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STAMP COMMISSIONERS.
(Ch. 25, C. L., 1924.)


The Registrar General,
The Magistrate, Belize.


BOARD OF FILM CENSORS.
(Ord. No. 5 of 1941.)
H. W. Beaumont, Esquire, Chairman,
Major D. N. A. Fairweather, M.B.E.,
E. O. B. Barrow, Esquire,
The District Commissioner, Corozal,
The District Commissioner, Stann Creek,
The District Commissioner, Cayo,
The District Commissioner, Toledo.
M.P. 03237.
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CINEMATOGRAPH APPEAL BOARD.
The Superintendent.of Police, Chairman,
The Director of Education,
Very Rev. P. H. Cecil,
Captain W. H. Kieffer, O.B.E.,
Miss Leonie Wright,
Lady Langley,
Miss Hazel Wade,
Mrs. G. S. St. G. Shute,
G. G. Leacock, Esquire. M.P. 03237,

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APPOINTMENTS BOARD.
The Colonial Secretary, Chairman,
The Financial Secretary,
The Director of Education,
Honourable Mr. R. H. Eyles, B.E.M., J.P.
M.P. 1007/48.
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PROMOTION BOARD.
The Colonial Secretary, Chairman,
The Financial Secretary,
The Commandant, British Honduras Volunteer Guard.
M.P. 927/48.
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BRITISH HONDURAS DEVELOPMENT BOABR.

His Excellency the Governor, Chairman,
The Colonial Secretary,
The Financial Secretary,
Honourable Mr. W. H. Courtenay, O.B.E.,
Honourable Mr. J. W. Macmillan,
Honourable Dr. W. A. S. George, J.P.,
Honourable Mr. H. C. Fuller,
G. N. F. Nord, Esquire,
E. W. M. Bowen, Esquire, J.P.
Secretary-Mr. E. W. Fuller. M.P. 260/49.

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COMMITTEE FOR THE EXAMINATION
OF TENDERS.
The Colonial Secretary, Chairman,
The Financial Secretary,
The Director of Surveys.
Secretary-Senior Clerk, Secretariat. M.P. 01461.


M.P.777/26-






4 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


BARON BLISS TRUST.
His Excellency the Governor, Chairman,
The Colonial Secretary,
The Attorney General.
Clerk-Mr. H. T. Grant.


M.P. 01288.


PROBATION COMMITTEES.
(Ord. No. 9 of 1941.)
Belize District:
Louis A. Trumbach, Esquire,
S. N. Campbeli, Esquire,
Mrs. Vivian Seay, M.B.E.
Northern District:
Corozal.
W. Schofield, Esquire, J.P.,
Mrs. Florencia R. Villamor,
Mrs. Francisca T. Blanco,
Charles E. Goff, Esquire.
Orange Walk.
G. V. Smith, Esquire,
Roberto Burgos, Esquire,
Mrs. Luisa B. Urbina.
Cayo District:
Rev. B. Zimmerman, S.J.,
W. W. Young, Esquire,
George Leon, Esquire.
Stann Creek District:
The Rev. P. B. Marin,
L. A. Blanco, Esquire,
W. C. Baldwin, Esquire,
Mrs. David L. Mejia.


Toledo District:
J. A. Carroll, Esquire, J.P.,
B. R. Avilez, Esquire, J.P.,
Miss Ignacia Parham.


M.P. 03261.


PROBATION OFFICERS.
(Ord. No. 9 of 1941.)

ABelize District:
Vacant
Northern District:
Corozal-
Rev. G. P. Prendergast, S.J.,
Mrs. Micaela N. Romero.
Orange Walk
Rev. W. Ryan, S. J.,
Mrs. G. Castillo.
.Cayo District:
Rev. R. Bishop,
Mrs. Lucille Broyles.
Stann Creek District:
Rev. D. T. Taylor,
Mrs. Nathaniel Smith.


*Toledo District:
Rev. H. J. Sutty, S.J.,
Miss Augustina Vernon.


M.P. 535/45.


FACTORIES APPEAL BOARD.
(Ord. No. 9 of 1942.)


The Director of Public Works, Chairman,
The Electrical Superintendent,
Hon. Mr. H. I. Melhado, O.B.E., J.P.,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire, J.P.,
Hon. Mr. R. H. Eyles, B.E.M., J.P.


M.P. 770/43.


LABOUR ADVISORY BOARD.


The Attorney General, Chairman,
The Senior Medical Officer,
The Director of Public Works.
The Labour Officer (Secretary),
Hon. Mr. H. I. Melhado, O.B.E., J.P.,
Hon. Mr. C. A. Gibbs,
E. A. Grant, Esquire,
W. A. Camobell. Esquire.


M.P. 03338.


BOARD OF VISITORS, MENTAL ASYLUM.
(Ch. 48, C.L., 1924.)


The Attorney General, Chairman,
The Superintendent of Police,
A. J. Hunter, Esquire, J.P.


M.P. 1248/45.


DISCHARGED PRISONERS' AID COMMITTEE.
The Superintendent of Prisons, Chairman,
The Rev. William Bennett, S.J.,
The Rev. C. L. Cadogan,
A. Balderamos, Esquire, J.P.,
H. W. Beaumont, Esquire. M.P. 01427.

-----^------
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE
Avilez, Bernard R. (For Toledo District)
Ayuso, Lucilo Prospero
Baber, William Arthur
Balderamos, Arthur
Bautista, Rosendo Martin (For Northern District)
Biddle, Frederick William, O.B.E.
Bowen, Frederick Charles Peoley
Bowen, Eric W M.
Bowman, William Alexander Jex, O.B.E.
Buller, H. A. (For Stann Creek District)
Burgos, Roberto (For Orange Walk District)
Burns, George Augustus (For Cayo District)
Burn, Andrew Stolf
Carroll, John Alfred
Coleman, A. F. (For Cayo District)
De LaFuente, Candelario (For Cayo District)
Dragten, Frans Robert, O.B.E., K:C.
Dunn, The Most Rev. Edward Arthur
Eyles, Ralph Hubert, B.E.M.
Eusey, Edwin Edgar,
Fraser, Cuthbert Nairn
Fuente, Candelario de la (For Cayo District)
Gegg, Richard William (For Northern District)
George, William Ayrton Strathearn, M.D.
Guerero, Benito (For Stann Creek District)
Heusner, Karl, M.D.
Hulse, Ven. Gilbert Rodwell, M.A.
Hunter, Alexander John
Leon, George
Longsworth, Alfred O.
Mapp, Arthur Fitzgerald (For Cayo District)
Matthews, Philip Edwin, O.B.E.
Melhado, Henry Ignatius, O.B.E.
Metzgen, Monrad Sigfred, O.B.E.
Milligan, Henry Cecil (For Corozal District)
Patterson, Thomas, M.D.
Pinks, Alfred S.
Robertson, William Alexander
Ross, John Henry
Schofield, William
Seay, Mrs. V. W., M.B.E.
Staine, Calvert Milford
Sharp, Harold Fairfax 40
Turton, Robert Sydney
Usher, John Purcell
Vernon, Samuel B. (For Toledo District)
Winzerling, Harry William
Young, John Wilfred Walwin (For Cayo District)


FOREIGN CONSULAR OFFICERS.
FOREIGN CONSULAR OFFICERS.


Belgium
Guatemala
Honduras
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
Nicaragua
Panama
Salvador
Sweden
United States
of America


Frans R. Dragten Consul
Ricardo Cobar A. Consul
Lucilo Ayuso Acting Consul-General
Carlos Grimm Consul &
Murdoch M. McLennan Acting Consul
Eric W. M. Bowen Consul
Robert S. Turton Consul
Lucilo P. Ayuso Consul
Vacant Consul
Herbert T. Grant Consul

Albert V. Nyren Vice-Conrsl.






BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE. 5


No. 4

RETURN OF CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &c.


Estimated
total
number of Name and Situation of Churches or Chapels Remarks
followers


12,600 CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

BELIZE DISTRICT
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Belize
*St. Mary the Virgin, Belize *Building destroyed in hur-
ricane, 1931; Services held
in Schoolroom
St. Christopher's, Belize
St. Clement's, Bishopthorpe, Belize
St. Augustine's, Gales Point, Manatee
St. George's, Gracie Rock, Sibun
St. Thomas', Double Head Cabbage
St. Stephen's, Flowers' Lime Walk
St. James' Boom, Old River
Northern Lagoon Private House
Willows Bank, Old River Private House
Burrel Boom
Banana Bank, Old River
May Pen
CAYO DISTRICT
St. Andrew's, El Cayo
Baking Pot
Spanish Lookout
COROZAL DISTRICT
St. Paul's, Corozal
ORANGE WALK DISTRICT
St. Peter's, Orange Walk
St. John the Evangelist, Hill Bank
Gallon Jug Camp
St. Luke's, Limonal, Spanish Creek
St. Ann's, Backlanding, New River
Flower Garden, Spanish Creek Private House
STANN CREEK DISTRICT
Christ Church, Stann Creek
St. Andrew's, Tobacco Caye
St. John's, Point Placencia
Stann Creek Valley Private House
Mangrove Creek Camp Private House
TOLEDO DISTRICT
St. Stephen's, Monkey River
Punta Gorda
Wild Cane Caye
Dill Water


35,500 ROMAN CATHOLIC.

BELIZE DISTRICT
Cathedral of the Most Holy Redeemer, Belize
St. Ignatius Church, Belize
St. Catherine's Convent Chapel, Belize
Church of the Assumption of the B.V.M., Caye Corker
S Church de Nuestra Senora de Lourdes, Maskall Bank
Church de Santa Isabel, Isabela Bank
Church of the Sacred Heart, Burrell Boom
Church of St. Robert Bellarmine, Bomba
Church of St. Paul, St. Paul's Bank
Church of San Pedro, San Pedro, A.C.
Church of Saint Anne, Santana
Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Bakers
Church of Our Lady of the Way, Ladyville (Airfield)
Bermudian Landing, Old River Chapel
Prospecto, Sibun River Chapel
Flower's Bank, Old River Chapel
Gales Point, Manatee Chapel
Mt. Cow Creek, Sibun Chapel
Churchyard, Sibun Private House
S Salt Creek, Northern River
CAYO DISTRICT
Church of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Benque Viejo
Church of the Sacred Heart, El Cayo
Church of St. Ignatius, Santa Elena
Church of the Sacred Heart, Santa Rosa







6 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

Estimated
total
number of Name and Situation of Churches or Chapels Remarks
followers


CAYO DISTRICT (continued)
Church of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Carmelita
Church of Saint Anthony, San Antonio
Church of Saint Peter, San Luis
Church of the Immaculate Conception, Bullet Tree Falls
Church of Saint Charles, Orange Walk, Old River
Church of the Holy Cross, Cala Creek
Church of Saint Joseph, Succoths
Church of the Immaculate Conception, Arenal
Church of Saint Joseph, New Home, Old River
Baking Pot, Banana Bank
Castille, Floral Park
Camalote, Iguana Creek
Commandante Falls, Fowl Cock
Cotton Tree Bank, Paslow Falls
Maca Bank, Cristo Rey
New Town, Rock Donda
Negro Man, Mt. Hope
Never Delay, Mt. Pleasant
Tea Kettle, Young Gal
San Antonio Bank, Black Man Eddy

COROZAL DISTRICT
Church of St. Francis Xavier, Corozal
Church of St. John Berchmans, Progreso
Church of San Juan Bautista, Saltillo
Church of St. Francis Xavier, San Francisco
Church of the Immaculate Conception, Sarteneja
Church of the Holy Cross, Xaibe
Church of the N. S. de Esquipulas, Pachchakan
Church of St. Joseph, Caledonia
Church of St. Alphonsus, Douglas
Church of St. Agnes, Laguna
Church of St. Ignatius, Louisville
Church of St. Michael, Paraiso
Church of St. Joachim, San Joaquin
Church of St. Narcisus, San Narciso
Church of St. Isidore, Shipstern
Church of the Sacred Heart, Yok Chen
Church of Christ the King, Cristo Rey
Church of the Immaculate Conception, San Victor
Church of St. Stanislaus, Pembroke Hall
Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Concepion
Church of St. Aloysius, Aventura
Church of St. Paul, San Pablo
Church of San Pedro, Cobes y Lahes
Church of St. Monica, Campos
Fireburn, Chan Benque
San Victor, San Pablo

ORANGE WALK DISTRICT
Church of the Immaculate Conception, Orange Walk
Church of the Immaculate Conception, August Pine Ridge
Church of the English Martyrs, Guinea Grass
Church of the Immaculate Conception, San Roman
Church of St. Cecilia, Chan Pine Ridge
Church of St. Anthony, San Antonio, Rio Hondo
Church of St. Stephen, San Estevan
Church of St. Michael, San Fclipe
Church of St. Joseph, San Jose Nuevo
Church of La Virgen Soledad, San Lazaro
Church of the Sacred Heart, Douglas
Church of the Most Holy Trinity, Trinidad
Church of the Sacred Heart, Yo Creek
Church of St. Joseph, San Jose, Corozal Road
Church of Mary, Queen of Heaven, Crooked Tree
Church of the Sacred Heart, Back Landing
Church of Our Lady of Sorrows, Rancho Dolores
Hillbank
Huamil
Gallon Jug
Governor Creek
Lemonal

STANN CREEK DISTRICT
Church of the Sacred Heart, Stann Creek
Church of N. S. de Esquipulas, Mullins River
Church of St. Alphonsus, Seine Bight
Church of the Holy Family. Hopkins
Church of St. Joseph, St. Joseph's
Church of St. Bernard, Sittee River
Church of the Holy Angels. Stann Creek Valley Agric. Station
Punta Placencia
Riversdale
Commerce Bight
"Fourteen" Miles


Chapel


,,


Chapel
,,


School Building
Private House
,, 11


Private House
of ,f
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BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 7

Estimated
total
number of Name and Situation of Churches or Chapels Remarks
followers


TOLEDO DISTRICT
Church of St. Peter Claver, Punta Gorda
Church of the Sacred Heart, Fairview
Church of St. Joseph, Barranco
Church of St. Anthony, San Antonio
Church of St. Aloysius, Monkey River
Church of St. Peter, San Pedro, Columbia
Church of Santa Teresa, Hinshanones
Church of the Sacred Heart, Aguacate
Church of the Sacred Heart, Crique Sarco
Church of Our Lady of Sorrows, Dolores
Church of St. Anthony, San Antonio Viejo
Church of the Sacred Heart, Otaxha
Church of Holy Trinit), San Antonio Road
Church of Sacred Heart, Rio Blanco
Rio Blanco, North
Big Falls
Laguna
Rock Donda-Moho
Nazareth Novitiate. Fairview


METHODIST.


Wesley, Belize
Ebenezer, Belize
Bomba, Northern River
Boom, Old River
Freetown, Sibun
Gales Point, Manatee
Grace Bank, Old River
C
Corozal


BELIZE DISTRICT


Rebuilding

School chapel


,, ,,



OROZAL DISTRICT


STANN CREEK DISTRICT


School chapel
,, ,,


TOLEDO DISTRICT


PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF SCOTLAND IN BELIZE.


"The Kirk", Beli


Queen Street, Eel

Crooked Tree


BELIZE DISTRICT
ze


BAPTIST.

BELIZE DISTRICT
lize
ORANGE WALK DISTRICT


SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST.


BELIZE DISTRICT
Belize
Boston
Rock Stone Pond
San Pedro, Ambergris Caye
May Pen, Old River
Cow Head Creek


Corozal
Calcutta
Douglas
Pembroke Hall

S
Stann Creek
Stann Creek Valley

Monkey River


Belize-Central Corps
North-Side Corps


COROZAL DISTRICT




TANN CREEK DISTRICT


TOLEDO DISTRICT



SALVATION ARMY.

BELIZE DISTRICT


10,000


Private House

,Chapel
Chapel


Stann Creek
Mullins River
Sittee River

Punta Gorda
Forest Home


*1 11






I BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


M.P. 1334/44.
General Registry,
Belize, 31st December, 1949.


MINISTERS OF RELIGION.
The following names of Ministers of Religion duly registered in this office are hereby published for general information,
under the provisions of section 5 of Chapter 99 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.

By Order.

A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.


DESIGNATION


RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION


RESIDENCE


Andlauer, Clement A. .. .. Priest of the Society of Jesus .. Roman Catholic
Ayers, Bernard F. .. .. Captain .. .. .. .. Salvation Army
Bennett, Malchus B. .. .. Minister .. .. .. Assemblies of God
Bennett, William .. .. Priest of the Society of Jesus .. Roman Catholic
Bishop, Ronald G. .. Minister .. .. .. .. Church of the Nazarene
Blackburn, Phillip, B.A. .. Minister .. .. .. .. Methodist Mission.
Bradley, Andrew F. .. .. Minister .. .. .. .. Baptist .
Browning, David F. .. .. Minister .. .. .. .. Church of the Nazarene
Cadogan, Claude L. .. .. Minister .. .. .. .. Methodist Mission
Cartwright, Alfred .. .. Deputy Chairman .. .. Methodist Mission
Castillo, Facundo .. Diocesan Priest .. .. .. Roman Catholic
Cecil, The Very Rev. Philip H., B.D. Dean of Belize .. .. Church of England
Coady, Daniel M. .. .. Priest of the Society of Jesus .. Roman Catholic
Cull, John P. .. .. .. Priest of the Society of Jesus .. Roman Catholic
Delanev, Henry A. .. .. Priest of the Society of Jesus Roman Catholic


Dunn, The Most Rev.
Edward Arthur, D.D.

Fairweather, Gerald
Forrest, Dudley ..
Fowler, William C., Jr...
Francis, Richard
Ganey, Marion M.

Hampton, Harold L.
Hickey, The Most Rev. David F.,
S.J.
Hodapp, Robert L.
Hubbard, Canon Edward A.

Ihrig, Elmer C ..


Jones, Balzilla E.


Kammerer, Joseph Bernard
Kemper, Joseph L.
Keown-Boyd, Ivo, M.A., M.B.E.
Knopp, Very Rev. John M.
Kuenzel, Anthony R .

Lalin, Jose
Latta, Eugene 0.
Lilly, John W .
Marin, Philip B...
McCormack, Robert L.
Moore, James F., M.Sc.
Murray, Leonard ..


Newman, Garfield


O'Connor, Marvin M. .. .

Persico, Richard Randolph, B.D.
Pierson, Robert H.

Raszkowski, Robert P ..
Ratermann, Francis C.
Ring, Francis J.
Ruoff, John C .
Ryan, William A.

Shaw, Robert W.
Simms, Winston R. .
Smith, Marshall L.
Sontaf, Gregory B.
Sullivan, Omer P.
Sutti, Henry J..


Taylor, Daniel T.


Ulrich, William A.
Underhill, Victor C.

WLite, John J.
Williams, John N.
Wilson, The Right Rev.
Douglas John
Zimmerman, Bernard C.


Retired Archbishop

Priest ..
Captain
Elder
Diocesan Priest ..

Priest of the Society of Jesus


Elder
Bishop of Bonitza, Vicar Apo,
of Belize
Priest of the Society of lesus
Rector of St. Mary's, Belize

Minister ..


Minister


Priest of the Society of Jesus
Priest of the Society of Jesus
Diocesan Chaplain
Priest of the Society o' Jesus
Priest of the Society of Jesus

Diocesan Priest
Priest of the Society of Jesus
Priest of the Society of Jesus

Diocesan Priest
Priest of the Society of Jesus
Priest
Captain


Minister ..


Priest of the Society of Jesus

Priest
Minister

Priest of the Society of Jesus
Priest of the Society of Jesus
Priest of the Society of Jesus
Priest of the Society of Jesus
Priest of the Society of Jesus

Pastor
Pastor
Major
Priest of the Society of Jesus
Priest of the Society of Jesus
Pliest of the Society of Jesus


Minister .. ..


Priest of the Society of Jesus
Major


Church of England

Church of England
Salvation Army
Church ot the Nazaren
Roman Catholic

Roman Catholic


Punta Gorda
Belize
Belize
Belize
Belize
Belize
Belize
Belize
Belize
Belize
Belize
Belize
Benque Viejo
Belize
Belize

Placencia

Corozal
Belize
Belize
Stann Creek

Belize


e

..


Church of the Nazarene
tolic
Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic
Church of England

Jehovah Witnesses

City Mission

Roman Catholic
SRoman Catholic
Church of England
Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic

Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic

Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic
Church of England
Salvation Army

Seventh Day Adventist

Roman Catholic

Church of England
Seventh Day Adventist

Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic ..
Roman Catholic ..
Roman Catholic ..

Church of God
Church of God
Salvation Army ..
Roman Catholic ..
Roman Catholic ..
Roman Catholic ..

Methodist Mission

Roman Catholic ..
Salvation Army ..


Priest of the Society of Jesus .. Roman Catholic .. .
Minister .. .. .. 4 Seventh Day Adventist ..

Bishop of Honduras .. .. Church of England
Priest of the Society of Jesus .. Roman Catholic ...


Benque Viejo

Belize
Belize
Belize

Belize

Belize

Orange Walk
Punta Gorda
Cayo
Belize
Benque Viejo

San Roman
Orange Walk
Belize

Stann Creek
Corozal
Belize
Belize

Belize

Belize

Belize
Belize

Belize
Cayo
Corozal
Cayo
Orange Walk

Belize
Belize
Belize
Belize
Belize
Punta Gorda

Stann Creek'

San Antonio
Belize

Corozal
Belize

Belize
Belize


No. 5.


NAME


..


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BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE, 9


No. 6. < M.P. 1334/44-
GENERAL REGISTRY,
Belize, 31st December, 1949.
OPTOMETRY PRACTITIONERS.
THE following copy of the Register of Optometry Practitioners is published in accordance
with section 4 (2) of Ordinance No. 14 of 1927.
By Order.


Name


Address


SA. 0. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.
Identification Date of
Registration


.Clarke, Hubert A.





Eagan, Herbert O.


Belize





11


Espadas de A., Ramon





,Muschett, Aldred Roy


Holder of a certificate of the Philadel-
phia Optical College of Pennsylvania,
U.S.A., which certificate the Committee of
Medical Registration recognize as furnish-
ing a sufficient guarantee of the posses-
sion of the requisite knowledge and skill
for the efficient practice of opto-netrv
Holder of a licence of the State of Illinois in
the United States of America which licence the
Committee of Medical Registration recognize
as furnishing a sufficient guarantee of the pos-
session of the requisite knowledge and skill for
the efficient practice of optometry.
Holder of a certificate of the Philadelphia
Optical College of Pennsylvania, U.S.A.,
which certificate the Committee of Med-
ical Registration recognize as furnishing
a sufficient guarantee of the possession
of the requisite knowledge and skill for
the efficient practice of optometry.
Holder of a diploma of the Worshipful
Company of Spectacle Makers of London,
England, which diploma the Committee of
Medical Registration recognize as furnish-
ing a sufficient guarantee of the possession
Ptlie requisite knowledge and skill for the
efficient practice of optometry.


No. 7.


M.P. 1334/44.

GENERAL REGISTRY,
Belize, 31st December, 1949.


MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS.
T HE following list of registered Medical Practitioners whose names remained on the Register
on the 31st December, 1949, is published in accordance with section 20 of Chapter 49
of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
By Order.
A. 0. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.
ODat of Registration Name Qualification Address

23rd December, 1937 Andreu, Jose Maria Tomas Licence under the hand and seal of the Belize
Governor in accordance with section 10
of Chapter 49 of the Consoljdated Laws,
1924.
26th August, 1948 Bartley, Alfred Medical Officer Belize
Herbert
31st May, 1938 Clarke, Percival Egerton Medical Officer Belize
McIntosh
21st October, 1937 Dingwall, Harold Nicholas Licence under the hand and seal of the Belize
Officer Administering the Government
in accordance with section Io of Chapter
49 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
17th October, 1947 Forde, Harold McDonald Medical Officer Corozal
22nd May, 1926 George, William Ayrton Medical Officer Orange Walk
Strathearn
3rd July, 1896 Heusner, Karl Licence under the hand and seal of the Belize
Governor dated 25th June, 1896.
5th September, 1944 Hulse, Bernice Marjorie Medical Officer Belize
30th July, 1947 Lach, Stanley John Medical Officer Punta Gorda
1 thFebruary, 1925 Patterson, Thomas Medical Officer Cayo
25th March, 1944 Perez, Adolfo Ernesto Licence under the hand and seal of the Belize
Manuel Governor in accordance with section Io
of Chapter 49 of the Consolidated Laws,
1924, as amended by Ordinance No. t of 1944.
7th June, 1949 Varma, Jia Lal Licence under the hand and seal of the Gov-
ernor in accordance wit4 section 10 of Chap-
ter 49 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, as
amended by Ordinance No. 6 of 1944 Belize
18th February,. 1942 Wharton, Sydney Hewley Medical Officer Stann Creek
16th February, 1949 Younglao, Leonard Paul Senior Medical Officer Belize


r8th June, 1937.




2nd August, 1947.





18th June, 1946.





31st July, 1947.


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10 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 8. M.P. 1334/44.

GENERAL REGISTRY,

Belize, 31st December, 1949.

CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.

THE following list of persons registered as Chemists and Druggists on the 31st December,
1949, is published for general information in accordance with section 20 of Chapter 51
of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.

By Order.

A. O. LONGSWORTH,

Registrar General.



Name Residence Qualification Reat of Remarks
Registration


Armstrong, Cyril
J.

Barrow, Arthur
Innes

Bennett, Hugh Llewellyn

Boguee, Sidney Uriah

Brodhurst, Albert Edward


Codd, Selvyn Archibald

Franklin, Robert Cecil

Harwood, Elsa

Heusner, Raymond Josepi

Hyde, Percival
Augustus

Matthews, Cecil Wilford


McField, William

Mortley, Henry Kortright

Patten, Calvin
Derrick Denfield

Pinto, Maria
Callola

Stanley, Harry
Andrew

Sandiford, Frederick
Nathaniel

Trapp, Philip Alexander


Trench, Lloyd Llewellyn


Tucker, Reuben F.

Wallen, Arthur Horatio
Douglas

Young, Normond Marlow


Beli


Beli2










,f




Sta
Cre
h Bell


ze Certificate of Board of Examiners under
the Chemists and Druggists Ordinance,
1939, (No. 17 of 1939)
e Certificate of Board of Examiners under
the Chem;sts and Druggists Ordinance,
1939 (No. 17 of 1939).
Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 70, Section 3 (4) Consolidated Laws
(Revised Edition).
Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
nn Certificate of Board of Examiners under
ek Chapter 51 or the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
ize Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws,


21st July Certificate
1947 dated 10.7.47.

29th Nov. Certificate
1946 dated20.11.46.


23rd June
1931
9th July
1936
14th Mar.
1919

15th June
1926
13th June
1925
11th Aug.
1936
29th Sept.
1931
3oth June
1939


Certificate
dated 23.6.31.
Certificate
dated 9.7.36.
Certificate
dated 28.2.19.

Certificate
dated 10.6.26.
Certificate
dated 10.6.25.
Certificate
dated 28.7.36.
Certificate
dated 28.9.31
Certificate
dated o1.6.26.


1924.
Certificate of Board of Examiners 29th December Certificate
under the Chemists and Druggists Ordinance, 1943 dated 15.3.43
1939, (No. 17 of 1939).


Belize Certificate of Board of Examiners under 5th Feb.
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924. 1937
S Certificate of Board of Examiners under 18th Sept.
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924. 1933
S Certificate of Board of Examiners under 3rd April
the Chemists and Druggists Ordinance, 1945
1939, (No. 17 of 1939).
S Certificate of Board of Examiners under 1st March
the Chemists and Druggists Ordinance, 1948
1939, (No. 17 of 1939).
Certificate of Board of Examiners under 10th Nov.
the Chemists and Druggists Ordinance, 1939, 1947
(No. 17 of 1939)
S Certificate of Board of Examiners under 13th Nov.
Chapter 70, sec. 3 (4) Consolidated Laws 1922
(Revised Edition).
S Certificate of Board of Examiners under 13th Mar.
Sec. 3 (3) of Chap. 70, Consolidated 1916
Laws (Revised Edition).
S Certificate of Board of Examiners under 29th June
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1940
1924.
Certificate of Board of Examiners under 12th June
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924. 1935
Certificate of Board of Examiners under the 20th Jan.
Chemists and Druggists Ordinance, 1939, 1944
(No. 17 of 1939)
e ,, Ce'tifirete of Board of Exnnincrs under 22nd Sept.
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924. 1941


Certificate
dated 27.1.37-
Certificate
dated 10.7.33.
Certificate
dated 15.3.45.

Certficate
dated 10.2.48.

Certificate
dated 6.11.47.


Certificate
dated 30.9.22.

Certificate
dated 7.2.16.

Certificate
dated 24.6.40.

Certificate
dated 10.6.35.
Certificate
dated 15.3.43

Certificate
dated zo.6.4o0





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 11


No. 9.


M.P. 1334/44.


General Registry,
Belize, 31st December, 1949.

cCOMMISSIONERS OF THE SUPREME
COURT.
The following list of Commissioners of the
'Supreme Court is published for general informa-
tion.
By Order.
A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.
William Alexander Jex Bowman, Esquire,
O.B.E., J.P.,
John Alfred Carroll, Esquire, J.P.,
The Hon. Dr. William Ayrton Strathearn
George, J.P.,
Alexander John Hunter, Esquire, J.P.
Dr: Thomas Patterson, J. P.,
John Henry Ross, Esquire, J.P.,
William Schofield, Esquire, J.P.


No. 10.


M.P. 1334/44.


General Registry,
Belize, 31st December, 1949.

MARRIED WOMEN'S DEEDS.
The following list of Commissioners for taking
the acknowledgments of deeds by Married Women
is published for general information.
By Order.
A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.

William Alexander Jex Bowman, Esquire,
O.B.E., J.P.,
John Alfred Carroll, Esquire, J,P.,
The Hon. Dr. William Ayrton Strathearn
George, J.P.,
Alexander John Hunter, Esquire, J.P.
Dr. Thomas Patterson, J. P.,
William Schofield, Esquire, J.P.


No. 11. M.P. 1334/44-
GENERAL REGISTRY,
Belize, 31st December, 1949.
DENTISTS.

THE following copy of the Dentists Register, showing the persons appearing on the Register
on the 31st December, 1949, is published in accordance with section 7 (2) of Chapter 50
of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
By Order.
A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.


Name


Residence


Qualification


Date of Regitration


rf. W. Pearce ..


Belize Was at the date of commencement of
Ordinance 20 of 1923 (1st October 1923) bona
fide engaged in this Colony in the practice of
dentistry .. .. .. .. .. 20th November, 1923.


fF. A. Pakeman



H. B. Lind .



.Jose Enrique D'Leon


iEnrique Miralde Navas




Wilhelm Mayer




Salvador Emilio Awe




O'Brien, Paul F.


Was at the date of commencement of
Ordinance 20 of 1923 (1st October 1923) bona
fide engaged in this Colony in the practice of
dentistry .
SWas at the date of commencement of
Ordinance 20 of 1923 (1st October 1923) bona
fide engaged in this Colony in the practice of
dentistry .
Benque Viejo Was at the date of commencement of
Ordinance 20 of 1923 (Ist October 1923) bona
fide engaged in this Colony in the practice of
dentistry .. .. .


Belize Holder of a certificate granted in a foreign
country for the time being recognized by the
Committee of Medical Registration as furnish-
ing a sufficient guarantee of the possession of
the requisite knowledge and skill for the effi-
cient practice of dentistry .. .. .. 2
Holder of a certificate granted in a foreign
country for the time being recognized by the
Committee of Medical Registration as furnish-
ing a sufficient guarantee of the possession of
the requisite knowledge and skill for the effi-
cient practice of dentistry .. .. ..
Holder of a certificate from Loyola University,
for the time being recognized by the Com-
mittee of Medical Registration as furnishing
a sufficient guarantee of the possession of
the requisite knowledge and skill for the
efficient practice of dentistry
Holder of a certificate from St. Louis University
School of Dentistry, St. Louis, U.S.A., for the time
being recognized bythe Committee of Medical Reg-
istration as furnishing a sufficient guarantee of the
possession of the requisite knowledge and skill for
the efficient practice of dentistry ....


21st November, 1923



4th December, 1923.


10th June, 1924.


9th May, 1939.




[2th July, 1939.





22nd August, 1940.


14th March, 1949






BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 12.


M.P. 1334/44-


GENERAL REGISTRY,
Belize, 31st December, 1949.
MIDWIVES.
T IE following names of Licensed Midwives,
duly registered in the Register of Mid-
wives in s office, are published for general
informatilot

By Order.
A. 0. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.

Name Where Licensed
Adolphus, Claudia H. .. Belize
Adolphus, Virginia ..
Aldana, Lillette .
Alfaro, Paula .. ,
Anderson, Brodell. ..
Anderson, Josephine .
Anderson, Olive C. .
'Antonio, Monica . .
Arjonilla, Carmen ..
Arnold, Matilda .. ..
Atherley, Christiana A. ,,
Avila, Lavina .. ..
Avilez, Pastora V ..
Bell, Evelyn Irene .
Bennett, Ida .
Benton, Mary .. .. Orange Walk
Blair, Joyce .. Belize
Blanco, Lottie .. ,
Brooks, Anastacia ..
Brown, Olga K...
Brown, Zilla .. ..
Broyles, Lucille .
Bueno, Bernaldina .. Corozal
Burrell, Clarice Veronica Belize
Campbell, Netta .. ,
Campos de Bautista, Martina ,
Card, Ada Rosamond
Card, Daisy ..
Card, Violet Wilhelmina
Casanova, Leonarda .. ,,
Cattouse, Margaret ..
Cayetano, Bridget A. ..
Christie, Avril Wilhelmina
Clother, Sarah Ann E!izabeth ,,
Cooper, Joslyn Isola ..
Copeley, Henrietta .
Cotterell, Alice .. ..
Davidson, Sara .. ..
Dominguez, Juliana ..
Douglas, Cecelia ..
Elliott, Helen M. ..
Faux, Averil ..
Felix, Exine H. V. ..
Fisher, Pearl .
Flowers, Bernalda .. Orange Walk
Flowers, Millicent .. Belize
Flowers, Susan ..
Franklin, Minerva ..
Fuller, Helen .. ..
Gabourel, Linda L. ..
Garbutt, Mary Ann .. Stann Creek
George, Mary Ann Clare Belize
A&Wn, Lillian M. ..
01; Thelma Amelia .
Gilett, Alma .. ..
Gillett, Ina
Gongora, Catalina Acosta Orange Walk
Gonzalez, Louisa .. .. Punta Gorda
Crant ,Olga Viola Belize
Hall, Ivy Myrtle .. .. Belize


I


S Printed- by the Government Printer


Name WI
Hamilton, Frances
Harris, Susan
Haynes, Enid
Hemmans, Elorine
Humphreys, Gertrude
Jackson, Maggie May
Johnson, Evelyn
Johnson, Vida Emily
La Croix, Leanora
Lake, Edna
Latchman, Catherine
Lemott, Evadne D.
Leslie, Ivy
Lightfoot, Sophia
Llewellyn, Ada Icilda
Longsworth, Kathleen L.
Lopez, Marcelina
Lowe, Ina May
Lynch, Rachael
Magana, Luciana
Maheia, Nora
McFarlane, Beatrice
McField, Maybell Ann
McKoy, Abigail
McKoy, Gertrude..
McNeil, Beatrice
Meggs, Florina Fidelia
Mejia, Averil
Mejia, Caridad
Mendez, Lucretia ..
Menzies,Gwendolyn K. B.
Miller, Estella Amanda
Miller, Lillian
Mitchell, Leonie B.
Molina de Guerrero, Higinia
Monsanto, Florine
Murphy, Adriana
Nicholas, Amelia Augusta
Noguera, Juana V.
Noralez, Jane
Ottley, Anita Elizabeth
Palacio, Emelia Augusta
Palacio, Zenobia
Palma, Isabel.
Pandy, Christina ..
Pandy, Virginia .
Parks, Malvinia
Patt, Monica
Pickwood, Leonora
Pilgrim, Eudora
Pilgrim, Una Anita
Pitts, Albertha
Requena, Leonza..
Rhys, Eudora Catherine
Robateau, Leolin Elizabeth
Rogers, Elizabeth
Rubio, Deborah
Seay, Vivian
Solomon, Ada Mary
Spencer, Jane
Tathum, Cherrymay
Taylor, Idolly R.
Tennyson, Ida A.
Tennyson, Larabelle
Thompson, Theresa
Trapp, Ann Elizabeth ..
Vaughan, Elma
Vernon, Violet Lucille
Waight, Lottie
Waight, Octavia .. ..
Wallace, Agnes A. ..
White, Cleopatra
Wilson, Catherine E.
Wright, Hazel May
Young, Elswith Altheia ..


eere Licensed
Punta Gorda
Belize
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Belize

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Corozal
Belize
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Corozal
Orange Walk
Belize

Orange Walk
Beljze
Punta Gorda
Belize
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Belize
Punts Gorda
Belize
Stann Creek
Belize
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Belize
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Belize
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Government Gazette
BRITISH HONDURAS-PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

No. 2 BELIZE, 7th JANUARY, 1950 Page 13

No. 13. M.P. 1346/49. No. 14.
Belize, 7th January, 1950.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 3rd January, 1950. STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS.
BRITISH HONDURAS CURRENCY. The under-mentioned Statutory Instruments
are published with this issue of the Gazette and
The International Monetary Fund, in accord- form part thereof:-
ance with article IV section 9 of the Fund's agree-
ment has concurred in the proposed change No. 1 of 1950-The Pineapples (Importation
whereby the new par value of the British Hondu- from Mexico) Regulations, 1950.
ras dollar will be 4 British Honduras dollars M.P. 01122.
equal one pound (sterling).
In terms of gold and in terms of the United No. 2 of 1950-The Board of Education
States dollar of weight and fineness in effect on (Amendment) Rules, 1950. M.P. 694/46.
1st July, 1944, parities for the British Honduras
dollar will be as follows:--0.622070 grams of
gold fine per British Honduras dollar. 50.0000 By Command.
British Honduras dollars per troy ounce of fine
gold. 1.42857 British Honduras dollars per Unit- E. D. HONE,
ed States dollar. 70.0000 United States cents per
British Honduras dollar. Colonial Secretary.
i I-


No. 15.


M.P. 03317.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 6th January, 1950.


FREE GRANTS OF LAND.
Ex-members of the British Honduras Battalion, North Caribbean Force, and of the
British Honduras Forestry Unit are notified that os application made to the Director of
Surveys for a free grant of land for agricultural purposes the Governor in Council, on the
recommendation of the Director of Surveys, is prepared, provided Crown land is available
in the district selected by the applicant, to approve of a free grant of from 10 to 20 acres in
the area subject to the following conditions:--
(a) that the free grant shall be granted subject to the general conditions of a Lo-
cation Ticket, except that conditions Nos. 4, 5, 7 and 10 shall not apply;
(b) the Location Ticket is not transferable but when a Crown Grant is issued the
holder may then sell the land if he so desires;
(c) as soon as the conditions of a Location Ticket have been complied with a
Free Fiat under Chapter 88 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, will be issued
to the Grantee;
(d) a parcel of 10 acres only will be granted for lands in the Stann Creek Valley;
(e) all applications must be made by the 31st December, 1951.
It should be noted that the Free Grant is a personal award only.
By Command.
E. D. HONE,
Colonial Secretary.






14 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 16


M.P. 01104.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 7th January, 1950.

ALCALDES.
(Cap. 174, C. L., 1924).

The following lists of Alcaldes. are published
for general information.

By Command.

E. D. HONE,
Colonial Secretary.

------s--------

STANN CREEK DISTRICT.

Hopkins
Alcalde, Clemente Castillo
Deputy Alcalde, Calistro Zuniga.
Seine Bight
Alcal4e, Mrce'lino Martinrt
Deputy Alcalde, Lazarus C. Lambey.
Placencia
Alcalde, Alfred E. Bull
Deputy Alcalde, Leopold Cabral.

TOLEDO DISTRICT.

San Antonio
Alcalde, Juan Coc
Deputy Alcalde, Ignacio Sho.
San Pedro Columbia
Alcalde, Ramon Tescum
Deputy Alcalde, Serapio Che.
Crique Sarco.
Alcalde, Jose Cus
Deputy Alcalde, Juan Ack.
Santa Teresa
Alalde, Francisco Shol!
Deputy Alcalde, Juan Cal.


Aguacate
Alcalde, Domingo Pope
Deputy Alcalde; Jose Tiul.
Dolores
Alcalde, Nicholas Teck
Deputy Alcalde; Vicente Keh.
Otoxha
Alcalde, Juan Cacps,
Deputy Alcalde, Jtaquin, Makin.
Rio Blaco
Alcalde, Marto Choc.
Pueblo Viejo
Alalde,. Diego, Villioueva
Deputy Alcalde, Eusebio Choc.
Rwranco
Alcalde, Santiago J. Ayilez
Deputy Alcalde, Clotildo Zuniga.

CAYO DISTRICT
Benque Viejo
Alcalde, George. Leon, Sr:, J.R.P
Deputy Alcalde, Jose Maria Samos.


*)


Succotz
Alcalde, Aivaro Puc
Deputy Alcalde, Francisco Uk.
Arenal
Alcalde, Jeronimo Castellanos
Deputy Alcalde, Epifanio Guerra.
San Antonio
Alcalde, Jose Maria Mai
Deputy Alcalde, Macario Mai.
Bullet Tree Falls
Alcalde, Pedro Manzanero
Deputy Alcalde, Juan Medina.


No. 17.
Forest Office,
Belize, 4th January, 1950.

FOREST APPLICATIONS.

The following applications for forest licences
are published as required by Rule 12 of the For-
est Rules, 1939. in order to give any person an
opportunityof. making representation with regard
to any such application. No such representation
will be considered unless it- is lodged at the Forest
Office (addressed to the Conservator of Forests
and not to any- forest- officer bv name) within
fourteen days of the date of publication of the
Gnite,1 in which the advertisement of the appli-
cation first appears.
By Order.
A, F. A. LAMB;
Conservator of Forests:
-----4*-----
First Pubtication.
Toildo District-
Mr. Aaron Edwardsp-Crown lands in the To-
ledo District bounded on the nor h by the Pearce
Watrous Truck Pass to Rio Blanco. On the east
by Rio Blanco, Blue Creek and Black Creek to
Moho River thence by the boundary of Crammer
Estate 140-138 to Temash River. On the south
by Temash River. On the west by the frontier.
Excluding all lands leased and granted, all lands
cultivated by Maya Indians.
Mahogany-Minimum 350 tress. Maximum
700 .tree&
Period from. date of issue to 31st December,
1954;
---- --- ---- - ---- ----


Survey; Depaw.tmenA
Belizq,. 7th January, 1950.


LAND APPLICATIONS.,

APPLICATIONS' in. connection with Crown
lands are; notified irt the, Government Gazette
for, the purpose:of giving any, peson an oppor-
tunity of making any reprnlentation to this office
in relation to anysuch application..
Stch' applications will be, inserted in at least
there separate issues -of 'th- fGazette so applicants
must-be preparedd for. this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.
By Order.
G. A. ELLIOTT,
firrrfnr nf imrrTflY


No, IS.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 15


O L.EASE.

.Oct, 17, 1949--Christobel Velasquez-Toledo
District, situate in the Village of Barranco; being
lot formerly leased to Henry E. Loredo
lot No. 83
S. Dec. 12, 1949-Camila Apolonio-Stann
Creek District, situate in the Village of Hopkins
lot No. 93
. Dec. 23, 1949-Daniel Davis-Belize District,
situate on the right ascending Black Creek in the
Black Creek Reserve at Washing Tree Front
Ridge, north by Crown land, east by Crown land,
south by land of the. Estate of George Tillett
known as "Point of Comfort", west by Black
Creek 100 acres
10 PURCHASE.

. Sept. 23, 1948-Francisco Cunil-Cayo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending the Western
Branch, Belize River, north by block No. 189,
east by block No. 191, south by block No. 193,
west by block No. 194; being a portion of block
No. 192 13 acres
. Aug. 13, 1949-Santiago Can-Cayo District,
situate east of the old Cayo-Soccoths Road, north
by the northern portion of block No. 46, east by
land of applicant and Jose Can, south by land of
applicant (the northern portion of block No. 69),
west by Crown land; being the southern portion
of block No. 46 15 acres
Oct. 22, 1949-Ernest Parham-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending the Punta Gor-
da-San Antonio Road, north by land owned by
Bismark Ranguy, east by Crown land, south by
Crown land (Crique Trosa), west by land owned
by Bismark Ranguy 20 acres
S. Oct. 27, 1949-Macaria Castellanos de Flow-
ers- Cayo District, situate on the right ascending
the Western Branch, Belize River, north by Crown
land, east by land held by Esteban Sanchez, south
by land applied for by Venarando Sanchez, west
by Crown land; being the western portion of block
No. 254 25 acres
. . Nov. 3, 1949-Arthur Ramclam-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending Swasey
Branch, Monkey River, north by 4and occupied
by Victor Cuevas, east by Crown land, south by
Crown land, west by Crown land; being block No.
425 25 acres
.Nov. 15, 1949-David Parham-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending the Punta Gor-
da-San Antonio Road at Crique Trosa, north by
land held by Fred Straughan, east by land held
by James Thompson, south by Crown land,
west by land held by S. A. Bevans 20 acres
Nov. 29, 1949-John R. Castillo-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek;
being lot formerly leased to applicant lot No.296
Dec. 5, 1949-Isaiah James-Stann Creek
District, situate on the right ascending North
Stann Creek; being block No. 669 10 acres
Dec. 8, 1949-Peter Lewis-Stann Creek Dis-
trict, situate in the Carib Reserve; being blocks
Nos. 622 and 625 10 acres
.Dec. 9, 1949-Arthur Ramclam-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate at Punta Ycacos Lagoon, east side,
north by land applied for by Moses Ramclam,
east by Crown land, south by Crown land, west
by Crown land 40 acres
Dec. 9, 1949-Joseph Ramclam-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate at Punto Ycacos Lagoon, east side,
north by land applied for by Arthur Ramclam,
east by Crown land, south by Crown land, west
by land of E. A. Stuart 40 acres


Dec. 9, 1949-Nathaniel Ramclam-Toledo
District, situate at Punta Ycacos Lagoon, east
side, north by land applied for by Joseph Ram-
clam, east by Crown land, south by Crown land,
west by land of E. A. Stuart 40 acres
,Dec. 9, 1949-Solomon Ramclam-Toledo
District, situate at Punta Ycacos Lagoon, east
side, north by land applied for Nathaniel Ram-
clam, east by Crown land, south by Crown land,
west by Crown land 40 acres
. . Dec. 22 ,1949-Francisco Gutierrez-Toledo
District, situate on the right ascending Swasey
Branch, Monkey River, north by land owned by
Edwin Wills, east by land occupied by Cecilia
Vansen, south by Crown land, west by the river;
being block No. 310 25 acres
S. Jan. 3, 1950-Lidia Smellie-Belize District,
situate in the Chichawate Area, north by land oc-
cupied by Vicente Sosa, east by Crown land, south
by Crown land, west by road reserve and land oc-
cupied by H. N. Dingwall 7a. Ir. 32p.

FREE GRANT

Nov. 28, 1949-The Assemblies of God
Church-Stann Creek District, situate in the
town of Stann Creek lot No. 604

LEASES CANCELLED

.D.S. 6148-John B. Heusner-Belize Dis-
trict, situate at the junction of the Sibun-Manatee
Canal and Northern Lagoon. 1 acre. At the re-
quest of the Lessee.
D.S. 6589-Frederick D. Wesby-Stann
Creek District, situate in the Village of Mullins
River. Lots'Nos. 70, 71 and 72. At the rei
quest of the Lessee.
.D S. 6613-Frederick D. Wesby-Stann Creek
District, situate in the Village of Mullins River.
Lots Nos. 68 and 69. At the request of the Lessee.
D.S. 6614-Frederick D. Wesby-Stann Creek
District, situate in the Village of Mullins River.
Lots Nos. 68, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 128
and 133. At the request of the Lessee.

LOCATION TICKETS CANCELLED

SD.S. 4320-James Richapvds-Belize District,
situate at Rockstone Pond Cohune Ridge. 16a.
Ir. 31p. (Section No. 88). For non-fulfilment of
the conditions.
D.S. 6989-Oakley Bailey-Stann Greek Dis-
trict, situate near the Stann Creek Valley Road.
25 acres. For non-fulfilment of conditions and
misrepresentation.
. D.S. 6991-Vivia Bailey-Stann Creek Dis-
trict, situate near the Stann Creek Valley Road.
25 acres. For non-fulfilment of conditions and
misrepresentation.
. . D.S. 132-37-Enemecio King-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending Temash River.
12 acres. For non-fulfilment of conditions.
.. D.S. 0560-Cipriano N. Nicholas-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending Temash River.
7a. 2r. Op. For non-fulfilment of conditions.
S. D.S. 1379-S. B. Daniels-Toledo District,
situate on the left ascending Temash River. 20
acres. For non-fulfilment of conditions.
. D.S. 4399-Isaiah Pratt-Belize District, sit-
uate on the west side of the Belize-Corozal Road.
20 acres. For non-payment of land tax.
S. .. D.S. 5993-Feliciano L. Alvarez-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate north of Barranco. 20 acres. For
non-payment of the 5th and 6th instalments.





16 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

(No. 837). (No. 840).

BRITISH HONDURAS, 1949. BRITISH HONDURAS, 1949.
In the Supreme Court-Probate Side.
In the Supreme Court- Probate Side.
General Registry,
Belize, 22nd December, 1949. General Registry,
No. 57/1949. Belize, 24th December, 1949.
In the Goods of ALBINO ELLIS, late of Stann No. 60/1949.
Creek, Carpenter, deceased.
C In the Goods of MARGARET PITTS, late of
Application for Letters of Administration in Belize, Widow, deceased.
the above Estate has been made by Peter Bernard
Ellis of Stann Creek, Seaman. Application for Letters of Administration cum
The next of kin in particular, and all persons testamento annexo in the above Estate has been
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or made by Seville Saldano of Belize, Carpenter.
before Monday, the 16th day of January, 1950,
why such letters should not be granted to the said The next of kin in particular, and all persons
Peter Bernard Ellis. in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or
Before Monday, the 16th day of January, 1950,
A. LONGSWORTH, why such letters should not be granted to the said
Registrar General. Seville Saldano.
A. 0. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.
(No. 838).

BRITISH HONDURAS, 1949.
(No. 828).
In the Supreme Court-Probate Side.
General Registry, BRITISH HONDURAS, 1949.
Belize, 22nd December, 1949. In the Supreme Court- Probate Side.
No. 58/1949.
In the Goods of JUANA GERTRUDES, late General Registry,
of Stann Creek, Widow, deceased. Belize. 16th December, 1949.
iNo. 56/1949.
Application for Letters of Administration in;
the above Estate has been made by Antolina DONALD HARVEY HAR
Hernandez of Stann Creek, Widow. In the Goods of DONALD HARVEY HAR-
Hernandez of Stann Creek, Widow. WOOD, late of Belize, Government Printer, de-
The next of kin in particular, and all persons ceased.
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or
before Monday, the 16th day of January, 1950, Application for Letters of Admininstration in
why such letters should not be granted to the said i the above Estate has been made by Emma Muriel
Antolina Hernandez. IHarwood of Belize, Widow.
A. LONGSWORTH, The next of kin in particular, and all persons in
Registrar General. general, are hereby cited to show cause on or be-
fore Monday the 16th day of January, 1950, why
-- .. ---------- such letters should not be granted to the said
Emma Muriel Harwood.
(No. 839). A. O. LONGSWORTH,

BRITISH HONDURAS, 1949. Registrar General.
In the Supreme Court-Probate Side.
General Registry, (No 795). M.P. 1493/43.
Belize, 24th December, 1949.
No. 59/1949. The Treasury,
In the Goods of MARCOS ROMERO, late Belize, 15th December, 1949.
of Rio Grande, Toledo District, Farmer, deceased.
Application for Letters of Administration in INCOME TAX.
the above Estate has been made by Juana Caliz
de Romero of Rio Grande, Toledo District. In accordance with section 56 of Chapter 23
of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, notice is hereby
The next of kin in particular, and all persons given that the Governor in Council has directed
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or that warrants be issued for the recovery of all in-
before Monday, the 16th day of January, 1950, come tax and surtaxes in respect of assessments
why such letters should not be granted to the said ifor the year 1949, together with the fines due
Juana Caliz de Romero. thereon, which remain unpaid after the 17th Jan-
A. 0. LONGSWORTH, uary, 1950. DONALD GILL,
Registrar General. I For Chief Collector of Income Tax





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 17


(No. 830.)


M.P. 1109/49. (No. 841).


Public Works Departmeni

Belize, 17th December, 1949

LEASE OF LOTS AT NEWTOWN
BARRACKS.

It is hereby notified for general information
:that the Government is prepared to receive appli
cations for leases of vacant building sites on the
land at Newtown Barracks north of the Circulai
Road.
A plan of the area has been prepared and ma3
,be seen at this office.
The leases will be sold at public auction to the
highest bidder in each case provided that his bid
is not less than the reserve price which has beer
fixed for the lease of the lot.
The rents to be charged will be $1.00 per an-
num for the first ten years, 2-1 to 3-- cents per
square yard for the next ten years depending on
the situation of the lots, and 4-1 to 7 cents per
-square yard thereafter depending on the situa-
tion of the lots. The rent of each lot is shown
on the plan. The following are the conditions
on which the lots will be leased:--
(a) The period of the lease will be seventy-five
years, in each case.
4b) The rent shall be payable from the date of
the sale by auction in each case. Subse-
quent rent will be due in advance on the
2nd day of January in each year.
(c) Buildings of the value of at least $5,000 are
to be erected within two years of the date
of the lease.
(d) All buildings are to be built in accordance
with plans previously prepared by the
lessee and approved by the Central Au-
thority, before the commencement of build-
ing operations.
(e) All rates, taxes and other charges imposed
by any lawful authority are to be paid by
the lessees.
(f) The lessees shall not do, or bring or suffer
to be done or brought upon any lot any-
thing which may be a nuisance or annoy-
ance to the Central Authority, or to own-
ers or occupiers of adjoining or neighbour-
ing premises.
(g) No trade or business is to be carried on on
any of the lots.
(h) The lessee will, at his own expense, under-
take the filling of his lot to the satisfac-
tion of the Sanitary Department. Such
filling must start within six months of the
date of the signing of the lease and be
completed within two years of the same
date. If this condition is not carried out
the lease shall be void.


By Order.


E. V. WILLIAMS.


Director of Public Works.


District Commissioner's Office,
Stann Creek, 21st December, 1949.
LAND APPLICATIONS.


APPLICATIONS to lease lots in the town of
Stann Creek are notified in the Government
Gazette for the purpose of giving any person an
opportunity of making any representations to
this office in relation to any such application.
Such applications will be inserted in at least
three separate issues of the Gazette before they
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that appli-
cants must be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.
By Order.
J. N. MEIGHAN,
District Commissioner,
Stann Creek.

TO LEASE.

S. November, 18th 1949-Josephine Lewis-
Stann Creek District, situate in the town of Stann
Creek, being a vacant lot. Lot No. 834.
December, 10th 1949-Etta Webster-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being a vacant lot. Lot No. 780.
December, 12, 1949-Patrocino Lewis-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being lot formerly leased to Calistro Lewis. (Lease
expired.) Lot No. 571.
December, 19th 1949-Ferero Diego-Stann
Creek, situate in the town of Stann Creek, being
a vacant lot. Lot No. 835.
December, 19th 1949-Josephine Anaya-
Stann Creek District, situate in the town of Stann
Creek, being lot formerly leased to Cesario Ana-
ya, deceased, lease expired. Lot No. 777.
December, 19th 1949-Dominica Guerero-
Stann Creek District, situate in the town of Stann
Creek, being lot formerly leased to Dionicio P.
Ciego, deceased, tease expired. Lot No. 255.


(No. 843.)


District Commissioner's Office,
Stann Creek, 23rd December, 1949.


SALE OF LEASE IN
THE STANN CREEK DISTRICT.

On Saturday the 28th January, 1950, at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon there will be offered for
sale by public auction at the Court House at
Stann Creek the following lease of Crown
land:

Lot (un-numbered) lying between lots Nos.
339A & 333 in the town of Stann Creek for twen-
ty years at a commencing rent of $2.00 per an-
num.

Plan may be seen and further particulars ob-
tained at the District Commissioner's Office,
Stann Creek.
By Order.

J. N. MEIGHAN,
District Commissioner,
Stann Creek.





18 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No.19.
Income Tax Office,
Belize, 3rd January, 1950.

INCOME TAX RETURNS.
Persons liable to pay Income Tax are reminded
that they are required to deliver returns of their
incomes for the year 1949 by the 31st March,
1950. Returns by employers should be forward-
ed to the Income Tax Office not later than the
28th February, 1950.
In the case of any person carrying on business,
a certified copy of the Profit & Loss Account and
Balance Sheet should accompany the return.:
All returns, etc., should be sent under confiden-
tial cover to the Income Tax Office, Belize, or to
the District Commissioner in an out-district from
whom the necessary forms can be obtained on
application.
Failure to file returns within the time prescrib-
ed by law will render taxpayers liable to prosecu-
tion without further warning.

By Order.

A. A. HEUSTIS,
Assessor of Income Tax.


No. 20.

BRITISH HONDURAS, 1949.

In the Supreme Court- Probate Side.

General Registry,
Belize, 29th December, 1949.
No. 61/1949.
In the Goods of BENJAMIN FLOWERS late
of Belize, Cattleman, deceased.
Application for Letters of Administration in
the above Estate has been made by Winnifred
Flowers and Muriel Flowers both of Belize,
Spinsters.
The next of kin in particular, and all persons
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or
before Monday, the 23rd day of January, 1950,
why such letters should not be granted to the said
Winnifred Flowers and Muriel Flowers.
A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
FOLLOWING TRADE MARK:


is the trade mark of LIBBY, McNEILL & LIB-
BY, a corporation organized and existing under
and by virtue of the laws of the State of Maine,
United States of America, having a place of
business at Union Stock Yards, in the City of
Chicago, State of Illinois, United States of
America.


The above trade mark is used by the said Com-
pany in connection with foods and ingredients of
foods.
Any person infringing or improperly using the
above trade mark will be prosecuted under Chap-
ter 52 of the Consolidated Laws of British Hon-
duras, 1924, and otherwise dealt with as the law
allows.
(This is a republication of the claim to owner-
ship of the mark which appeared in the Govern-
ment Gazette dated January 18, 1930 and Jan-
uary 25, 1930).
LIBBY, McNEILL & LIBBY,
Chicago Illinois.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
FOLLOWING TRADE MARK:


THAT THE


is the exclusive trade mark of The Grove Labora-
tories, Inc., a corporation organized and existing
under and by virtue of the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America, and having
its principal place of business at 2630-52 Pine
Street, in the City of St. Louis, State of Missouri,
United States of America, by virtue of an assign-
ment from the former owner, The F. W. Fitch
Company of Des Moines, Iowa, U.S.A.
The above trade mark is used by the said, The
Grove Laboratories, Inc., in respect of Shampoos,
Hair Tonics, Shaving Creams, and other Hair-
Care preparations, including Brilliantine and Hair
Oils.
Any person infringing or improperly using the
above trade mark will be prosecuted under Chap-
ter 207 of the Consolidated Laws of British Hon-
duras, 1924, and otherwise dealt with, as the law
allows.
DRAGTEN, WOODS & CO.,
Solicitors,
North Front Street, Belize, for
and on behalf of
THE GROVE LABORATORIES, INC.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
FOLLOWING TRADE MARK:


is the trade mark of LIBBY, McNEILL & LIB-
BY, a corporation organized and existing under
and by virtue of the laws of the State of Maine,
United States of America, having a place of
business at Union Stock Yards, in the City of
Chicago, State of Illinois, United States of
America.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 19


The above trade mark is used by the said Com-
pany in connection with foods and ingredients of
foods.
Any person infringing or improperly using the
above trade mark will be prosecuted under Chap-
ter 207 of the Consolidated Laws of British Hon-
duras, 1924, and otherwise dealt with as the law
allows.
(This is a republication of the claim to owner-
ship of the mark by Libby, McNeill & Libby,
which appeared in THE BELIZE INDEPENDENT
dated December 16, 1931.)

LIBBY, McNEILL & LIBBY,
Chicago Illinois.


BRITISH HONDURAS.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
FOLLOWING TRADE MARK:


VIGORO

is the exclusive trade mark of SWIFT & COM-
PANY. a corporation organized and existing un-
der and by virtue of the laws of the State of Illi-
nois, one of the United States of America, having
its principal place of business at the City of Chi-
cago, State of Illinois, United States of America.
The above trade mark is used by the said com-
pany in connection with fertilizers.
Any person infringing or improperly using the
above will be prosecuted and otherwise dealt with
as the law allows.

SWIFT & COMPANY,
City of Chicago,
State of Illinois,
United States of America.


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Gazette Extraordinary
BRITISH HONDURAS-PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

No. 3 BELIZE, 12th JANUARY, 1950 Page 21

No. 21. M.P. 1/50.
Import Control & Supply Office,
Belize, 12th January, 1950.

THE PRICE OF GOODS ORDER, 1944.
In exercise of the powers v( sted in him by Regulation 50 of the Defence
Regulations, 1939, (S.R. & O. No. 69) the Competent Authority her by makes
the following Order:
1. This Order may be cited as the Price of(loods (Amendment No. 1)
Order, 1950, and will come into force on the 16th January, 1950.
2. The Price of Goods (Amendment No. 33) Order, dated the llth June,
1947, is hereby further amended by the deletion of Parts I and II of the First
Schedule and all amendments thereto, and the substitution therefore of the fol-
lowing:-
"FIRST SCHEDULE.
PART I.
LIST A-GROCERIES, MARKET SUPPLIES, ETC.
ARTICLE WHOLESALE RETAIL

1. BEANS ......................................35e per 100 lb.t 15/%*

2. BREAD:
For loaves not less than 3 ounces ...................................... each 2e
for loaves not less than 8 ounces .................................. .. ... 5e
for leaves not less than 16 ounces ........................................... 10e
for loaves not less than 19 ounces ............................. ..... 12e
for loaves not less than 24 ounces ................................... ..... ,, 15e
for loaves not less than 32 ounces .......................................... ,, 20e
for loaves not less than 40 ounces ........................................... ,, 25e
Provided that where the weight of any loaf is less than the pres-
scribed weight there shall be a reduction in price of 1 cent for every ounce of
such under weight.

3. BUTTER ....................................6% of the Landed Costt ............10%*

tTo be added to the Landed Cost.
*Maximum percentage of wholesale price to be added to wholesale price.





22 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

ARTICLE WHOLESALE RETAIL

4. (i) CATTLE-Local
(a,) On the hoof .........7.... per lb. when sale takes place on the farm
8e per lb. at any Government-controlled
slaughter house
(b) Dressed weight ........15e per lb. when sale takes place on the farm
16z per lb. at any Government-controlled
slaughter house
(ii) CATTLE-Imported
(a) On the hoof ............ 8 per lb.
(b) Dressed weight ........16e per lb.

5. COCONUT OIL:....................$8.00 a 5-gallon tin ....................quart bots.
(Containers to be supplied (American gallon) ........(whisky bot.)
by the purchaser) each 44e
pint bottles
(beer bottle)
each 22e
splits--each 11e
6. COCONUT-Whole:
3" or under 31" in diameter ........$23.00 per M ........ each 3e or 2
for 5c
7. COHUNE OIL
(Containers to be supplied by purchaser) .................... quart (whisky
bottle) each 45e
pints (beer bottle)
each 23e
i: splits each 12e
8. CORNED BEEF ..... ................. 50e per case .......................... 10% *

9. E G G S, Fresh ...................... ....... ...... .................................per doz. 85e

10. FISH

11. FLOU R ............................. ....................25e per sackt........................10% *

12. LARD, Chicharron & Compound ........6% of Landed Costt ........15%*

13. MARGARINE .................................6% of Landed Costt ........15%*

14. MEAT, Fresh, Maximum retail price at any place in the Colony
(a) Beef- Forequarters ............................................. per lb. 20e
H indquarters ................ .................................. per lb. 23e
(b) Mutton-(sheep) ...... .................... ............... per lb. 25e
(c) Pork (fresh) .................................................................... per lb. 25e

15. MILK:
(a) Condensed
Landed cost plus 35 cents ............ wholesale price plus 2e
per case of 48/14 oz. tins per tin
(b) Evaporated
Landed cost plus 35 cents ............wholesale price plus 2e
per case of 141 oz. tins per tin

tfTo be added to the Landed Cost.
*Maximum percentage of wholesale price to be added to wholesale price.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 23

ARTICLE Wholesale Retail


16. OIL-Kerosene (in customer's own
drum at plant)


$14.84 per drum 7e per
of 53 American galls, whisky
quart, 1/5 gal.


17. RICE, Broken ................................... $8.15 per 100 lb.


per lb. 9g


18. RICE ................. ....... .................. $10.25 per 100 lb.............per lb. lIe


19. SALT, Common-


............................ ...............................2 lb. for 5e or-
1 lb. for 3e


20. SALT, Table, in tins of 1 lb. ...............................................32e per tin.

21. SUGAR :
(i) Imported ..............................11.25 per 100 lb.........per lb. 12e,
(ii) White (local).............................. $7.40 per 100 lb.........per lb. 8e
(iii) Brown (local) .............................. $6.10 per 100 lb.........per lb. 6e
(iv) Yellow clarified (local) .............. 6.10 per 100 lb. per lb. 7e or
2 lb. for 13e

22. STARCH, Cassava-Locally produced .......................... er quart 35,e
----

PART II.

Percentages of Maximum Profit.


LIST A.-DRY GOODS


ARTICLE Quantity Wholesale Retail

Column A Column B Column Cft Column D**

Baby Set kSweater and Cap) ............ doz. 15% 20%
Baby Waterproof Pants ............... doz. 15% 20%
Baskets-Market ................................ doz. 15% 20%
Belts ............................................. doz. 15% 20%
Blankets (all kinds) ..................... 100 only 15% 20%/
Bobbinette .......................................... 100 yards 15% 20%
Boots and Shoes-
(a) Canvas (tennis) .................... doz. 10% 15% ,
(b) Work boots doz. 10% 15%
(c) Rubber boots ................. doz. 10% 15%
(d) All others-
(i) M en's ........................... doz. 15% 2 )%
(ii) Women's ...................... doz. 15% 20%
(iii) Children's ............... doz. 15% 20%
Brassieres ..................................... doz. 15% 20%
Buttons ......................................... gross 15% 20%
Caps (Men's and Boys') ................ doz. 15% 20%
Cotton Undershirts ..................... doz. 10% 15%
Cotton Underpants ................... doz. 10% 15%

tTo be added to the Landed Cost.
*Maximum percentage of wholesale price to be added to wholesale price.
ttMaximum percentage which may be added to landed cost.
**Maximum percentage which may be added to wholesale price.





24 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

ARTICLE Quantity Wholesale Retail

Column A Column B Column Ctt Column D**


Cotton Piece Goods excluding
Drills, Denims, Osnaburg and
Brown Cotton ..................................
Drills, Denims, Osnaburg and
B rown Cotton ...................................
Diaper Cloth ..................................
Glasses, Eye and Sun ..................
G ird les ................................................
H am m ocks .......................................
Handkerchiefs ..............................
Hats, Llama ..................................
Hosiery, Cotton and Rayon ............
Mackintoshes and Raincoats ............
M osquito N ets ....... .......................
O ilcloth ....................... .....................
Panties .................................................
Pillow Cases ..................................
Plastic Wares ......................................
Pyjamas (men's, wom.-n's and
juvenile's ) ............ .................
Rubber heels for shoes ......................
School Supplies ................................
Sewing needles ..............................
S h eets ................................................
Shirts-Blue and Khaki Work
Shirts-Other Kinds ........................
'Shorts and Vests, all kinds ................
.Snap fasteners ..............................
Soap-Imported Laundry ................

Soap-Toilet ......................................
Sweaters ..............................................
Thermos flasks ..............................
Thread-Cotton sewing ....................
Thread-Artificial silk ......................
Toilet Preparations-
D entifrices ...................................
Talcum Powder ..........................
Tooth Brushes ..............................
T ow els ..................................... ............
Trousers-Work ..............................
Trousers, Men's and Boys'-
all kinds other than work ................
Underwear-Women's and children's,
all k in d s ........................... .............
W ash Cloths ...................................
Waterproof sheeting ..........................
All other kinds .............................


100 yards

100 yards

doz.

doz.
gross
doz.
doz.

doz.
144 yards
doz.
doz.
doz.

doz.
doz.

gross
doz.
doz.
doz.
doz.
gross
per case
or carton
gross
doz.
doz.
gross
gross

gross
gross
gross
doz.
doz.

doz.

doz.
doz.
piece


(To be added to the Landed Cost.
* Maximum percentage of wholesale price to be added to wholesale price.
t tMaximum percentage which may be added to landed cost.
* Maximum percentage which may be added to wholesale price.


15%

10%
15%
15%
15%
10%
10%
10%
10%
15%
10%
15%
15%
15%
15%

15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
10%
15%
15%
15%

10%
15%
15%
15%
10%
15%

15%
15%
15%
10%
15%

15%

15%
15%
15%
20%


20%

15%
20%
20%
20%
15%
15%
15%
15%
20%
15%
20%
20%
20%
20%

20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
15%
20%
20%
20%

15%
20%
20%


20%


20o%
15%



20%
20%
20%

20%
20%
20%
25%





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 25


LIST B.-GROCERIES, MARKET SUPPLIES, ETC.


ARTICLE Quantity Wholesale Retail

Column A Column B Column Ctt Column D**


Baking Powder ..................... ............. 1 carton
or case
Baking Soda ...................................... 1 carton
or case
Black eye and lima beans ............. bag
Block Salt-sulphur and plain ........ block
Biscuits-soda and other
unsw eetened .................................... 50 lb.
Candles .................................... 50 lb.
Canned vegetables, canned fruit ........ case
Cheese ........................................ ... 50 lb.
Confectionery-imported .................... 50 lb.
C offee ........................................... ........ case 25 lb.
,Cocoa in tins ................................... case or
caiton
Cocoa in bulk ........................................ 25 1b.
Cornflour, corn meal, corn starch case
Dried fruits ................................ 50 lb.
Essence-flavouring ............................ gross
Fish-canned ................. ......... case
Hen and chick feed, Laying mash
and growing mash ............................ Bag 100 lb.
Hops ........................ ............... case
Jam s ....................................... ...... case
Landry blue ............................. 112 lb.
Macaroni, vermicelli and spaghetti-
im ported .................. ................... 100 lb.
M atches ................................................ case
Meats, pickled in barrels .............. -
Meat and vegetable extract ............
Meat, canned and bottled ................... case
O nions ................ ..................... .......... 100 lb.
Pastes-meat or fish ........................ case
:Sardines and Salmon .......................... case
Sausages-canned ............................... case
Sausages-sliced .................................. -
Soda, washing ........................................ 100 lb.
Soups, canned ............ ........ case
Tea ........................ ...... .......... case
Tomato paste ................................ case
Vienna Sausage ....................... ......... case
Vegetable Seeds ................................... gross-pkts.
Yeast.............................. 100 lb.
All other kinds .................................. -


10%

10%
15%
15%

15%
15%
15%
10%
15%
10%

10%
10%
15%
15%
15%
15%.

15%
15%
15%
15%

15%
10%
121%
15%
15%
15%
10%
10%
10%
10%
15%
15%
10%
10%
10%
15%
15%
20%


tTo be added to the Landed Cost.
*Maximum percentage of wholesale price to be added to wholesale price.
ttMaximum percentage which may be added to landed cost.
** Maximum percentage which may be added to wholesale price.


15%

15%
20%
20%

20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
15%

15%
15%
20%
20%
20%
20%

20%
20%
20%
20%

20%
15%
25%
20%
20%
20%
15%
15%
15%
15%
20%
20%
15%
15%
15%
20%
20%
25%





26 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

LIST C.-MEDICINES AND DRUGS, ETC.

ARTICLE Quantity Wholesale Rctail

Column A Column B Column Ctt Column D**

All kinds ............................... ........... 20% 25%



LIST D.-HARDWARE.

Agricultural Forks, Hoes, Spades
and Shovels ................................... doz. 25%
Buckets-Galvanized ...................... doz. 15% 20%
Canvas .............. .............. 100 yds. 35%
Cem ent ..............................................Drum or bag 15% 20%
Cyanogas ......................................... 100 lb. 15% 20%
Cyanogas pump ................................ 15% 20%
Cyanogas spares for pump.................... 15 20%
Enamelware, all kinds ...................... doz. 15% 20%
Frying pans (not including enamel) doz. 15% 20%
Galvanized ridging, guttering, piping
and fittings .................................. 15% 20%
Lanterns, hurricane ...................... doz. 15% 20%
Linseed Oils ...................................... 15% 20%
Loaded shells .................................. case 15% 20%
M achetes .......... .................................. doz. 10% 15%
Paints .............................. .. 15% 20%
Roofing compound ........................... 112 lb. 15% 20%
Roofing felt .................................... roll 15% 20%
Rope-manilla and sisal .................... 100 lb. 15% 20%
Sashes and blinds ................................ 15% 20%
Tyres and Tubes ...................... 35%
All other kinds ..........................- 20% 25%


tt Maximum percentage which may be added to landed cost.
**Maximum percentage which may be added to wholesale price."


A. WOLFFSOHN,
Competent Authority.


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Government Gazette

BRITISH HONDURAS-PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


No. 4 BELIZE, 14th JANUARY, 1950 Page 27


Colonial Secretary's Office, No. 25.


Belize, 14th January, 1950.

The following particulars relating to appoint-
ments, etc., in the Public Service are published for
general information.

By Command.

E. D. HONE,
Colonial Secretary.


No. 22. M.P. 0920.

APPOINTMENT.

ANDERSON, Miss V. H. E., to be Radiographer,
Belize Hospital, on probation, with effect from
1st January, 1950.


M.P. 21/50.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 14th January, 1949.

DECLARATION OF PUBLIC ROADS.
It is hereby notified in accordance with the pro-
visions of sections,7 and 8 of the Public Roads Or-
dinance, Chapter 42 of the Consolidated Laws,
1924, that the Director of Public Works has ap-
plied to the Governor in Council for the issue of
a Proclamation ordering that the land along the
survey line of the proposed route for the new
Roaring Creek to Middlesex Road, as per schedule
below, be proclaimed a public road.
And that all land not built upon or cultivated
which shall be required for the purpose of the
road shall be absolutely taken and appropriated
without tender or payment by way of compensa-
tion, and shall vest in the Government without
any formal transfer thereof.
The area of such road to extend for a distance
of fifty feet on either side of the centre of the


road when located.

M.P. 03404.


No. 23.


LEAVE GRANTED.

USHER, G. A., Chief Mechanic, Fire Brigade,
vacation leave with effect from 8th January to
15th April, 1950.
-- ....... I tr "-II .


No. 24.


M.P. 03338.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 13th January, 1950.

CORRIGENDA.

Notice No. 3 published in Gazette No. 1 of the
3rd January, 1950, on page 4, is hereby amended
as follows:-
(a) under heading LABOUR ADVISORY
BOARD substitute "C. E. Betson" for "E.
A. GRANT" in the eighth line;
(b) under heading FOREIGN CONSULAR
OFFICERS substitute "J. R. Bartelt, Jr."
for "Albert V. Nyren" in the last line in
the second column.


Schedule.


From Roaring Creek to Caves River, a dis-
tance of approximately 14 miles passing through
the properties of Orange Walk, Roaring Creek
works. Caves works and St. Hermans.


No. 26.


M.P. 1122/49.


ESTIMATES FOR 1950.
It is notified that the Estimates for the year
1950 have been approved by the Secretary of
State for the Colonies.
By Command.
E. D. HONE,
Colonial Secretary.


(No. 19)
Income Tax Office,
Belize, 3rd January, 1950.

INCOME TAX RETURNS.
Persons liable to pay Income Tax are reminded
that they are required to deliver returns of their






BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


incomes for the year 1949 by the 31st March,
1950. Returns by employers should be forward-
ed to the Income Tax Office not later than the
28th February, 1950.
In the case of any person carrying on business,
a certified copy of the Profit & Loss Account and
Balance Sheet should accompany the return.
All returns, etc., should be sent under confiden-
tial cover to the Income Tax Office, Belize, or to
the District Commissioner in an out-district from
whom the necessary forms can be obtained on
application.
Failure to file returns within the time prescrib-
ed by law will render taxpayers liable to prosecu-
tion without further warning.
By Order.
A. A. HEUSTIS,
Assessor of Income Tax.


No. 27.


Survey Department,
Belize, 14th January, 1950.


LAND APPLICATIONS.
APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown
lands are notified in the Government Gazette
for the purpose of giving any person an oppor
tunity of making any representation to this office
in relation to any such application.
Such applications will be inserted in at leasi
'three separate issues of the Gazette so applicants
inust be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.
G. A. ELLIOTT,
Director of Surveys.

TO LEASE.

SOct. 17, 1949-Christobel Velasquez-Toledo
District, situate in the Village of Barranco; being
lot formerly leased to Henry E. Loredo
lot No. 83

. Dec. 12, 1949--Camila Apolonio-Stann
Creek District, situate in the Village of Hopkins
lot No. 93

Dec. 23, 1949-Daniel Davis-Belize District,
situate on the right ascending Black Creek in the
Black Creek Reserve at Washing Tree Front
Ridge, north by Crown land, east by Crown land,
south by land of the Estate of George Tillett
known as "Point of Comfort", west by Black
Creek 100 acres
TO PURCHASE.
.Sept. 23, 1948-Francisco Cunil-Cayo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending the Western
Branch; Belize River, north by block No. 189,
east by block No. 191, south by block No. 193,
west by block No. 194; being a portion of block
No. 192 13 acres
. Aug. 13, 1949-Santiago Can-Cayo District,
situate east of the old Cayo-Soccoths Road, north
by the northern portion of block No. 46, east by
land of applicant and Jose Can, south by land of
applicant (the northern portion of block No. 69),
west by Crown land; being the southern portion
of block No. 46 15 acres


Oct. 27, 1949-Macaria Castellanos de Flow-
ers- Cayo District, situate on the right ascending
the Western Branch, Belize River, north by Crown
land, east by land held by Esteban Sanchez, south
by land applied for by Venarando Sanchez, west
by Crown land; being the western portion of block
No. 254 25 acres
. Nov. 3, 1949-Arthur Ramclam-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending Swasey
Branch, Monkey River, north by land occupied
by Victor Cuevas, east by Crown land, south by
Crown land, west by Crown land; being block No.
425 25 acres
S.Nov. 15, 1949-David Parham-Toledo Dis.
trict, situate on the left ascending the Punta Gor-
da-San Antonio Road at Crique Trosa, north by
land held by Fred Straughan, east by land held
by James Thompson, south by Crown land,
west by land held by S. A. Bevans 20 acres
S. Dec. 22 ,1949-Francisco Gutierrez-Toledo
District, situate on the right ascending Swasey
Branch, Monkey River, north by land owned by
Edwin Wills, east by land occupied by Cecilia
Vansen, south by Crown land, west by the river;
being block No. 310 25 acres
... Dec. 28, 1949-David Morrison-Stann Creek
District, situate on the left ascending the Stann
Creek Valley Road, north by the Stann
Creek Valley Road, east by land occupied by
Charles Belis:e, south by Crown land, west by
land occupied by applicant 5 acres
S. Dec. 29, 1949-Felix Sabal-Stann Creek Dis-
trict, situate in the town of Stann Creek; being
lot formerly leased to applicant lot No. 552
. . Dee. 29, 1949-Lincoln Savery-Stann Creek
District, situate in the Carib Reserve; being blocks
Nos. 330 and 331 10 acres
. Jan. 3, 1950-Lidia Smellie-Belize District,
situate in the Chichawate Area, north by land oc-
cupied by Vicente Sosa, east by Crown land, south
by Crown land, west by road reserve and land oc-
cupied by H. N. Dingwall 7a. Ir. 32p.
LOCATION TICKETS CANCELLED

SD.S. 6991-Vivia Bailey-Stann Creek Dis-
trict, situate near the Stann Creek Valley Road.
25 acres. For non-fulfilment of conditions and
misrepresentation.
. D.S. 132-37-Enemecio King-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending Temash River.
12 acres. For non-fulfilment of conditions.
. D.S. 0560--Cipriano N. Nicholas-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending Temash River.
7a. 2r. Op. For non-fulfilment of conditions.
. D.S. 1379-S. B. Daniels-Toledo District,
situate on the left ascending Temash River. 20
acres. For non-fulfilment of conditions.
D.S. 4399-Isaiah Pratt-Belize District, sit-
uate on the west side of the Belize-Corozal Road.
20 acres. For non-payment of land tax.
. D.S. 5993-Feliciano L. Alvarez-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate north of Barranco. 20 acres. For
non-payment of the 5th and 6th instalments.
S. D.S. 6886-Rafael Rosado-Cayo District
situate on the right ascending the Eastern Branch,
Belize River. 24a. 3r. 15p. (block No. 51). At
the request of the settler.


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BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 29


(No. 837).

BRITISH HONDURAS, 1949.
In the Supreme Court-Probate Side.
General Registry,
Belize, 22nd December, 1949.
No. 57/1949.


(No. 840).

BRITISH HONDURAS, 1949.

In the Supreme Court- Probate Side.

General Registry,
Belize, 24th December, 1949.


In the Goods of ALBINO ELLIS, late of Stann No. 60/1949.
Creek, Carpenter, deceased.
In the Goods of MARGARET PITTS, late of
Application for Letters of Administration in Belize, Widow, deceased.
the above Estate has been made by Peter Bernard
Ellis of Stann Creek, Seaman. Application for Letters of Administration cum
The next of kin in particular, and all persons testament annexo in the above Estate has been
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or made by Seville Saldano of Belize, Carpenter.
before Monday, the 16th day of January, 1950,
why such letters should not be granted to the said The next of kin in particular, and all persons
Peter Bernard Ellis. in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or
A. O. LONGSWORTH, before Monday, the 16th day of January, 1950,
why such letters should not be granted to the said
Registrar General. Seville Saldano.
.A- n r n-cfwAn Tr-r


Registrar T General
Registrar General.


(No. 838).


BRITISH HONDURAS, 1949.
In the Supreme Court-Probate Side.
General Registry,
Belize, 22nd December, 1949.
No. 58/1949.
In the Goods of JUANA GERTRUDES, late
of Stann Creek, Widow, deceased.
Application for Letters of Administration in
the above Estate has been made by Antolina
Hernandez of Stann Creek, Widow.
The next of kin in particular, and all persons
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or
before Monday, the 16th day of January, 1950,
why such letters should not be granted to the said
Antolina Hernandez.
A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.



(No. 839).

BRITISH HONDURAS, 1949.
In the Supreme Court-Probate Side.
General Registry,
Belize, 24th December, 1949.
No. 59/1949.
In the Goods of MARCOS ROMERO, late
of Rio Grande, Toledo District, Farmer, deceased.
Application for Letters of Administration in
th1 abhov Estate has been made bv Juana Caliz


(No. 20).

BRITISH HONDURAS, 1949.

In the Supreme Court- Probate Side,

General Registry,
Belize, 29th December, 1949.
!No. 61/1949.
In the Goods of BENJAMIN FLOWERS late
of Belize, Cattleman, deceased.
Application for Letters of Administration in
the above Estate has been made by Winnifred
Flowers and Muriel Flowers both of Belize,
Spinsters.
The next of kin in particular, and all persons
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or
before Monday, the 23rd day of January, 1950,
why such letters should not be granted to the said
Winnifred Flowers and Muriel Flowers.
A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.


(No 795).


M.P. 1493/43.


The Treasury,
Belize, 15th December, 1949.

INCOME TAX.


de Romero of Rio Grande, Toledo District. In accordance with section 56 of Chapter 23
of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, notice is hereby
The next of kin in particular, and all persons given that the Governor in Council has directed
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or that warrants be issued for the recovery of all in-
before Monday, the 16th day of January, 1950, come tax and surtaxes in respect of assessments
why such letters should not be granted to the said for the year 1949, together with the fines due
Juana Caliz de Romero. thereon, which remain unpaid after the 17th Jan-
A. O. LONGSWORTH, uary, 1950.
Registrar General. For Chie Collector of Income Tax.NALD GILL,
Registrar General. For Chief Collector of Income Tax.


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30 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


(No. 841).


District Commissioner's Office,


Stann Creek, 21st December, 1949.

LAND APPLICATIONS.

APPLICATIONS to lease lots in the town of
Stann Creek are notified in the Government
Gazette for the purpose of giving any person an
opportunity of making any representations to
this office in relation to any such application.
Such applications will be inserted in at least
three separate issues of the Gazette before they
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that appli-
cants must be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.

J. N. MEIGHAN.
District Commissioner,
Stann Creek.

TO LEASE.

SNovember, 18th 1949-Josephine Lewis-
Stann Creek District, situate in the town of Stann
Creek, being a vacant lot. Lot No. 834.


No. 28.
Forest Office,

Belize, 14th January, 1950.

FOREST APPLICATIONS.

The following applications for forest licences
are published as required by Rule 12 of the For-
est Rules, 1939, in order to give any person an
opportunity of making representation with regard
to any such application. No such representation
will be considered unless it is lodged at the Forest
Office (addressed to the Conservator of Forests
and not to any forest officer by name) within
fourteen days of the date of publication of the
Gazette in which the advertisement of the appli-
cation first appears.

By Order.

A. F. A. LAMB,

Conservator of Forests.


First Publication.

Cayo District-


December, 19th 1949-Ferero Diego-Stann
Creek, situate in the town of Stann Creek, being Mr. Eluterio Mai-Crown lands in "Little Pine
a vacant lot. Lot No. 835. Ridge" Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve ex-
December, 19th 1949-Josephine Anaya- eluding all lands leased ard granted.
Stann Creek District, situate in the town of Stann
Creek, being lot formerly leased to Cesario Ana- Grazing-Period from 1.1.50 to 31.12.54.
ya, deceased, lease expired. Lot No. 777.


December, 19th 1949-Dominica Guerero-
Stana Creek District, situate in the town of Stann
Creek, being lot formerly leased to Dionicio P.
Ciego, deceased, lease expired. Lot No. 255.



District Commissioner's Office,
Stann Creek, 23rd December, 1949.

SALE OF LEASE IN
THE STANN CREEK DISTRICT.

On Saturday the 28th January, 1950, at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon there will be offered for
sale by public auction at the Court House at
Stann Creek the following lease of Crown
land: -

Lot (un-numbered) lying between lots Nos.
339A & 333 in the town of Stann Creek for twen-
ty years at a commencing rent of $2.00 per an-
num.

Plan may be seen and further particulars ob-
tained at the District Commissioner's Office,
Stann Creek.
By Order.

J. N. MEIGHAN,
District Commissioner,
Stann Creek.


Mr. Moses Ramclam-Toledo District-Crown
lands bounded on the north and east by Dam
Creek, Road from Deep River to Chan Quebrada
and Bladen Branch of Monkey River to its Junc-
tion with Swasey Branch, on the south by a line
running from the junction of Bladen and Swasey
Branches of Monkey River on a bearing of 5.76*
W. to the Pine Forests thence along the north
boundary of the area held under Pine Licence No.
31/43 to Deep River on the west by Deep River.
excluding all lands leased and granted.

Pine--Period from 15. 1. 50 to 15. 1. 55.


Second Publication.


Toledo District-

Mr. Aaron Edwards-Crown lands in the To-
ledo District bounded on the north by the Pearce
Watrous Truck Pass to Rio Blanco. On the east
by Rio Blanco, Blue Creek and Black Creek to
Moho River thence by the boundary of Crammer
Estate 140-138 to Temash River. On the south
by Temash River. On the west by the frontier,

Excluding all lands leased and granted, all lands
cultivated by Maya Indians.

Mahogany-Minimum 350 tress. Maximum
700 trees.

Period from date of issue to 31st December,
1954.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 31

No. 29. Edn. 71/49.

Education Office,
Belize, 9th January, 1950.

GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS TO SECONDARY SCHOOLS.

On the results of the Scholarship Examination the Scholarship Committee
has awarded Scholarships, tenable for the period 1950-1953 at the schools
named, to the following pupils:-

St. Catherine's High School:
Carasco, Georgina (Cay Corker)
Staine, Gertrude Helen (Holy Redeemer Girls')

St. Hilda's College:
Barrow, Lena Idolly (Cay Corker)
Monroe, Shirley Enid (St. John's)
Hamilton, Mary Louise (Ebenezer)
Brooks, Margaret Louise (Boom)

St. John's College:
Azueta, Liborio Apolinar (San Pedro, A.C.)
Staine, Ernest Lewin (Holy Redeemer Boys')
Saldivar, Luiji Jose (Holy Redeemer Boys')
Bennett, Wallace Alexander (Holy Redeemer Boys')
Torres, Uvaldemir (Orange Walk Roman Catholic)

St. Michael's College:
Bradley, Bryan Waldron (St. Mary's)

Wesley College:
Hyde, George Douglas (St. Mary's)
Menzies, Gregorio Edgar (Queen Street Government)
Goodin, Elridge George (St. John's)
Coe, Ellis (Monkey River Anglican)
Eley, Roy Robert (Monkey River Anglican) .

2. Bursaries have been awarded to the following, who are eligible
by place of residence:
Georgina Carasco (Cay Corker)
Liborio Azueta (San Pedro, A.C.)
Lena Barrow (Cay Corker)
Uvaldemir Torres (Orange Walk Roman Catholic).

3. For the information of teachers and others interested, the following
list gives, in order of merit, the first twenty-five pupils in the written examina-
tion. Th's year candidates were asked to say which schools they were prepared
to accept scholarships to; scholarships to any given school were awarded in
order of merit only to the candidates applying for scholarships to that particu-
lar school. Thus a number of candidates who were fairly high on the list did
not win scholarships, as the quotas for schools they had applied for were taken
up by candidates higher on the list, while others lower on the list could
be awarded scholarships for which the higher group had not applied.





32 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

Order of Merit (Wr'tten Examination only)

Index No. Name School


6
89
43
39
36
31
33
17
27
5
98
108
28
104
70
23
72
21
7
10
66
125
93
105
130


Cara sco, Georgina
Azueta, Liborio
Staine, Gertrude
Panton, Leona
Mahler, Dorothy
Staine, Ernest
Lainfiesta, Leonor
Bennett, Wallace
Saldivar, Luiji
Barrow, Lena
Williams, Geraldine
Torres, Uvaldemir
Silva, Balmore
Majarrez, Melva
Bradley, Bryan
Lizama, Mark
Hyde, George
Domingo, Julius
Rosado, Dora
Hamilton, Mary
Monroe, Shirley
Plummer, Guillermo
Geban, Laurine
Munoz, Febcitas
Eley, Roy


By Order.

J. W. FORREST,
Director of Education.


M.P. 03660.


FOR SALE.


No. 31.
BRITISH HONDURAS, 1950.

In the Supreme Court- Probate Side.

General Registry,


Tenders are invited for the purchase of theold Belize, 5th January, 1950.
District Commissioner's Quarters at Stann Creek No. 1/1950.
as it stands.
In the Goods of ELIZABETH YOUNG, late
The successful tenderer will be required to de- of Hill Bank, New River, Married woman, de-
molish the building, remove the materials and ceased.
clean up the site within three months of the ac-
ceptance of his tender. Application for Letters of Administration in
Tenders should be submitted to the Director of the above Estate has been made by David Alexan-
Public Works, Belize, on or before the 31st Jan- der Young of Hill Bank, Labourer.
uary, 1950. T, .. .. .. 1 !
The~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~T DietrofulcWrsde o id *~UA ~ U ki pi Luaaaaiprosi


The Director of Public Works does not bind
himself to accept the highest or any tender.

E. V. WILLIAMS,


Director of Public Works.


I 1 u MAL0 inl particular, ana all persons in
general, are hereby cited to show cause on or be-
fore Monday the 30th day of January, 1950, why
such letters should not be granted to the said
David Alexander Young.

A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.


Cay Corker
San Pedro, A.C.
Holy Redeemer Girls'
Holy Redeemer Girls'
Holy Redeemer Girls'
Holy Redeemer Boys'
Holy Redeemer Girls'
Holy Redeemer Boys'
Holy Redeemer Boys'
Cay Corker
Wesley Primary
Orange Walk R.C.
Holy Redeemer Boys'
Corozal R.C.
St. Mary's
Holy Redeemer Boys'
St. Mary's
Holy Redeemer Boys'
Cay Corker
Ebenezer
St. John's
Barranco
Wesley Primary
Corozal R.C.
Monkey River Anglican


No. 30.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 33



No. 32. Summary of Meteorological Observations. M.P. 197/49
DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 1949.

BAROMETER STATION (Pressure in inches)


(At M.S.L. and Gravity of Latitude 17" 30')
Average Monthly Mean

30 022


(Barometer cistern 16.83 ft. above Mean Sea Level)
I Absolute extremes of pressure
SHighest Date Lowest Date
30,200 18th 29.850 i 12th


TEMPERATURES IN THE SHADE-(Fahrenheit Degrees)___
Mean Daily Mean Daily Average Monthly Mean Absolute extremes of temperature
Maximum Minimum of Daily Maximum and Highest Date
Temperature Temperature Minimum Temperatures 8Lowest Date
80.0 61.0 70.5 85.0 i 55.0 23rd
RELATIVE HlUMIDITY-(taken from Wet and Dry Bulbs).
Average Monthly Mean I Highest Date Lowest Date
82% i 100% 1st, 14th & 15th 65%0/ 14th
& 17th


WIND MOVEMENTS IN MILES-(Standard Anemometer above ground 51.3 ft.).
Average hourly velocity Prevailing direction Maximum velocity and direction Date
6 m.p.h. N. W 20 m.p.h. N.W. 3rd
PRECIPITATION-(in inches and hundred-hs.)
Total Amount- 5.05 Greatest Amount in 24 consecutive hours- 2,59 Date-13th
D. FAIRWEATHER, Meteorological Observer.

RAINFALL BELIZE

Month 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949
January 4.18 2.62 2.87 8.75 2.33 .84 3.80 3.42 4.08 3.10
February .. 0.22 1.12 1.48 3.74 .78 1 1.00 3.29 6.49 1.86 4.10
March .. 1.55 1.76 0.04 3.37 1.07 1.12 1.93 3.40 .12
April .. 1.50 2.41 4.36 6.45 1.00 .02 2.87 .40 1.64 .03
May . 3.49 10 67 5.35 3.43 2.37 9.02 73 .06 1.09 .84
June .. .. 6.69 2.27 12.01 3.91 10.08 3.32 6.73 3.71 11.46 3.12
July .. 14.72 4.68 10.12 4.97 5.59 1 4.38 7.06 o.20 7.09 5.17
August .. 5.69 9.31 10.07 4.30 3.65 I 15.49 8.53 4.56 5.01 5.85
September 19.68 12.26 16.16 1 4.08 6.06 21.27 6.98 7.66 7.54 8.17
October .. 18.76 11.04 5.56 i 13.07 2.53 4.22 14.36 9.00 5.31 8.30
November .. 9.68 9.63 25.72 7.03 3.72 7.38 8.71 5.55 1 12.85 5.05
December .. 6.18 11.54 16.13 5.79 3.02 5.42 1 7.84 5.95 11.67
92.34 79.31 109.87 68.89 42.20 73.48 72.83 56.40 69.60
The mean annual rainfall in Belize for the years 19G6 to 1946 was 80.99 inches. During this period the
highest recorded rainfall was 130.94 inches in 1911 and the lowest 42.20 inches in 1944.
By Command.
E. D. HONE, Colonial Secretary.


No. 33.


M.P. 245/43.


Medical Department,

Belize, 10th January, 1950.

PHARMACEUTICAL SCHOOLS RECOG-
NISED BY THE MEDICAL BOARD
OF EXAMINERS.

Pursuant to the provisions of subsection 1 (b)
of section 3 of the Chemists and Druggists Or-
dinance, 1939, (No. 17 of 1939), it is notified that
the following pharmaceutical schools are, for the
time being, recognized by the Board of Examiners
of Chemists and Druggists:-
Schools in the Government Hospitals of:-
Kingston, Jamaica, B.W.I.,
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I.,


Bridgetown, Barbados, B.W.I.,
Georgetown, British Guiana,
St. George's, Grenada,
Castries, St. Lucia,
Kingstown, St. Vincent,
Roseau, Dominica,
St. John, Antigua,
Basseterre, St. Kitts;
also schools recognized by the Pharmaceutical
College of Canada.


By Order.

L. P. YOUNGLAO,
Senior Medical Officer,

Chairman, Board of Examiners
of Chemists and Druggists.


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3.4 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE
34---T


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
FOLLOWING TRADE MARK:


THAT THE


is the exclusive trade mark of The Grove Labora-
tories, Inc., a corporation organized and existing
under and by virtue of the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America, and having
its principal place of business at 2630-52 Pine
Street, in the City of St. Louis, State of Missouri,
United States of America, by virtue of an assign-
ment from the former owner, The F. W. Fitch
Company of Des Moines, Iowa, U.S.A.


The above trade mark is used by the said, The
Grove Laboratories, Inc., in respect of Shampoos,
Hair Tonics, Shaving Creams, and other Hair-
Care preparations, including Brilliantine and Hair
Oils.
Any person infringing or improperly using the
above trade mark will be prosecuted under Chap-
ter 207 of the Consolidated Laws of British Hon-
duras, 1924, and otherwise dealt with, as the law
allows.
DRAGTEN, WOODS & CO.,
Solicitors,
North Front Street, Belize, for
and on behalf of
THE GROVE LABORATORIES, INC.


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Gazette Extraordinary
BRITISH HONDURAS-PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

No. 5 BELIZE, 16th JANUARY, 1950 Page 35




No. 34. M.P. 1/50.

Import Control & Supply Office,
Belize, 16th January, 1950.

THE PRICE OF GOODS ORDER, 1944.

In exercise of the powers vested in him by Regulation 50 of the Defence
Regulations, 1939, (S.R. & 0. No. 69), the Competent Authority hereby makes
the following Order:
1. This Order may be cited as the Price of Goods (Amendment No. 2)
Order, 1950.
2. The Price of Goods (Amendment No. 1) Order, 1950, dated the 12th
January, 1950, is hereby amended as follows:-
(a) by the deletion of paragraph 1 thereof and the substitution there-
for of the following-
"1. This Order may be cited as the Price of Goods (Amendment
No. 1) Order, 1950.";

(b) by the addition of the following paragraph numbered 1A.-
"PART II. of the First Schedule hereto shall come into force
on the 1st day of February, 1950."

A. WOLFFSOHN,

Competent Authority.


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Government Gazette

BRITISH HONDURAS-PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


No. 6 BELIZE, 21st JANUARY, 1950 Page 37'
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Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 21st January, 1950.

The following particulars relating to appoint-
ienks, etc., in the Public Service are published for
generall information.
By Command.
St HONE,
Colonial Secretary.


No. 35.


Staff 112.


APPOINTMENT CONFIRMED.

RITCHIE, J., ArcdItect, Pubic Works Depart-
mni; appointment confirmed with effect from
22td Jadrafay,' 1947.


Ni 36.


M.P. 0784.


EXTENSION OF LEAVE.

PEPITUNE, J., Accountant, Treasury Depart-
ment, leave extended with effect from 16th Jan-
uary to 17th May, 1950.


No. 37.


M.P. 03638.


LEAVE GRANTED.

FIGUEROA, R. C., Sanitary Inspector, Medical
Department, vacation leave with effect from
16th January to 26th July, 1950.


(No. 25).


M.P. 21/50.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
elize, 14th January, 1949.


DECLARATION OF PUBLIC ROADS.

It is hereby notified in accordance with the pro-
visi6ns of sections 7 and 8 of the Public Roads Or-
dinance, Chapter 42 of the Consolidated Laws,
1924, that the Director of Public Works has ap-
pNed to' the Governor in Council for the issue of
a Profalnatfon drdtring that the land along the
survey line of the proposed route for the new


Roaring Creek to Middlesex Road, as per schedule
below, be proclaimed a public road.
And that all land not built upon or cultivated
which shall be required for the purpose of the
road shall be absolutely taken and appropriated
without tender or payment by way of compensa-
tion, and shall vest in the Government without
any formal transfer thereof.
The area of such road t6 extend for a distance
of fifty feet on either side of the Centre of the
road when located.
Schedule.
From Roaring Creek to. Caves River, a dis-
tance of approximately 14 miles passing through
the properties of Orange Walk, Roaring Creek
works, Caves works and St. Hermans.
a


No. 38.


M.P. 28/50.


Belize 11ih January, 1950.

MEETINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE
COUNCIL-1950.

Provided that the volume of business so re-
quires, and that other circumstances permit, meet-
ings of the Legislative Council will be held as
follows during 1950:-
Monday 13th February at 2 p.m.
Monday 17th April at 2 p.m.
Monday 26th June at 2 p.m.
Monday 21st August at 2 p.m.
Monday 23rd October at 2 p.m.
Monday 27th November at 2 p.m. (Budget
Meeting).
Additional meetings may of course be sum-
moned by the Governor at any time if the neces-
sity arises.


N6. 39.


M.P. 1177/49.


Belize, 19th January, 1950.

DiSeHARGED PRISONERS' AID
COMMITTEE.

Appointment.
His Excellency the Governor has appointed the
Reverend Canon E. A. Hubbard to be a member





38 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


of the Discharged Prisoners' Aid Committee until
the 31st December, 1950.
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No. 40. M.P. 1169/49.
21s! January, 1950.

STERLING CONTROL.

With reference to Gazette Notice No. 817 of the
22nd December, 1949, it is notified that the neces-
sity for controlling the transmission of funds from
British Honduras into the sterling area has now
disappeared, and the purchase of sterling may be
undertaken without restriction. In consequence of
this, Open General Licences are now being re-
issued by the Controller of Imports.

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No. 41. M.P. 1253/47.
Belize. 21st January, 1950.

STATUTORY INSTRUMENT.

The under-mentioned Statutory Instrument is
published with this issue of the Gazette and forms
part thereof :-


No. 3 of 1950-The Newtown
(Amendment) Rules, 1950.


Barracks


By Command.
E. D. HONE,
Colonial Secretary.
" PIIP -


(No. 27).


Survey Department,
Belize, 14th January, 1950.


LAND APPLICATIONS.
APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown
lands are notified in the Government Gazette
for the purpose, of giving any person an oppor-
tunity 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 Gazette so applicants
inust be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.
G. A. F'LLIOTI,
Director of Surveys
TO LEASE.
SOct. 17, 1949--Christobel Velasquez-Toledo
District, situate in the Village of Barranco; being
lot formerly leased to Henry E. Loredo
lot No. 83
Dec. 12, 1949--Camila Apolonio-Stann
Creek District, situate in the Village of Hopkins
lot No. 93
SDec. 23, 1949-Daniel Davis-Belize District,
situate on the right ascending Black Creek in the
Black Creek Reserve at Washing Tree Front
Ridge, north by Crown land, east by Crown land,
south by land of the Estate of George Tillett
known as "Point of Comfort", west by Black
Creek 100 acres
TO PURCHASE.
.Sept. 23, 1948-Francisco Cunil-Cayo Dis-


trict, situate on the left ascending the Western
Branch, Belize River, north by block No. 189,
east by block No. 191, south by block No. 193,
west by block No. 194; being a portion of block
No. 192 13 acres
Aug. 13, 1949-Santiago Can-Cayo District,
situate.east of the old Cayo-Soccoths Road, north
by the northern portion of block No. 46, east by
land of applicant and Jose Can, south by land of
applicant (the northern portion of block No. 69),
wzst by Crown land; being the southern portion
of block No. 46 15 acres
Oct. 27, 1949-Macaria Castellanos de Flow-
ers- Cayo District, situate on the right ascending
the Western Branch, Belize River, north by Crown
land, east by land held by Esteban Sanchez, south
by land applied for by Venarando Sanchez, west
by Crown land; being the western portion of block
No. 254 25 acres
Nov. 3, 1949-Arthur Ramclam-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending Swasey
Branch, Monkey River, north by land occupied
by Victor Cuevas, east by Crown land, south by
Crown land, west by Crown land; being block No.
425 25 acres
.Nov. 15, 1949-David Parhanm-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending the Punta Gor-
da-San Antonio Road at Crique Trosa, north by
land held by Fred Straughan, east by land held
by Jam-zs Thompson, south by Crown land,
west by land held by S. A. Bevans 20 acres
.Dec. 22 ,1949-Francisco Gutierrez-Toledo
District, situate on the right ascending Swasey
Branch, Monkey River, north by land owned by
Edwin Wills, east by land occupied by Cecilia
Vansen, south by Crown land, west by the river;
being block No. 310 25 acres
. Dec. 28, 1949-David Morrison-Stann Creek
District. situate on the left ascending the Stann
Creek Valley Road, north by, the Stann
Creek Valley Road, east by land occupied by
Charles Belisle, south by Crown land,, west by
land occupied by applicant 5 acres
. Dec. 29, 1949-Felix Sabal-Stann Creek Dis-
trict, situate in the town of Stann Creek; being
lot formerly leased to applicant lot No. 552
Dec. 29, 1949-Lincoln Savery-Stann Creek
District, situate in the Carib Reserve; being blocks
Nos. 330 and 331 10 acres
Jan. 3, 1950-Lidia Smellie-Belize District,
situate in the Chichawate Area, north by land oc-
cupied by Vicente Sosa, east by Crown land, south
by Crown land, west by road reserve and land oc-
cupied by H. N. Dingwall 7a. Ir. 32p.

LOCATION TICKETS CANCELLED

.D.S. 132-37-Enemecio King-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending Temash River.
12 acres. For non-fulfilment of conditions.
SD.S. 0560-Cipriano N. Nicholas-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending Temash River.
7a. 2r. Op. For non-fulfilment of conditions.
D.S. 1379-S. B. Daniels-Toledo District,
situate on the left ascending Temash River. 20
acres. For non-fulfilment of conditions.
D.S. 4399-Isaiah Pratt-Belize District, sit-
uate on the west side of the Belize-Corozal Road.
20 acres. For non-payment of land tax.
D.S. 5993-Feliciano L. Alvarez-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate north of Barranco. 20 acres. For
non-payment of the 5th and 6th instalments.
S. D.S. 6886-Rafael Rosado-Cayo District
situate on the right ascending the Eastern Branch,.
Belize River. 24a. 3r. 15p. (block No. 51). At
the request of the settler.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 39


No. 42.

BRITISH HONDURAS, To Wit: Belize District.

BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 21st day of
September, 1949, complaint was made before
EDWIN EDGAR EUSEY, one of His Majesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that GERALD JONES,
being the owner of' certain land, to. wit:
15 acres situate at Haulover Creek, on the Belize
River, and within the Jurisdiction of the Court,
did neglect and does still neglect to pay arrears of
taxes on such land other than land in a town, in
the Belize District, said taxes amounting to $1.20
for the years 1946/47-50, within the meaning of
the Land and Property Tax Ordinance, Chapter
24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, and now at
this day, to wit, on the 6th day of January, 1950,
at Belize, George Arthur Wright, Second Class
Clerk, duly authorised and appointed by the Di-
rector of Surveys to sue on his behalf, appears
before me the undersigned FREDERICK
CHARLES PEOLEY BOWEN, Acting Magis-
trate, but the said GERALD JONES, although
duly called doth not appear by himself, his coun-
sel or attorney, and it is now satisfactorily proved
on oath that the said GERALD JONES, by
three consecutive publications in the Gazette
dated 17th, 24th and 31st December, 1949,
has been duly served with the summons in
this behalf which required him to be and appear
here at this day before such Justices of
the Peace for the said Colony as should now be
here to answer the said complaint and to be fur-
ther dealt with according to law; and now having
heard the matter of the said complaint, I do ad-
judge the said GERALD JONES, to pay
to the said DIRECTOR OF SURVEYS, the sum
of $1.20 on or before the 31st January next, and
also to pay to the said DIRECTOR OF SUR-
VEYS the sum of $1.00 for his costs in this behalf.
Given under my hand and seal this 6th day of
January, in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and fifty at Belize in the Colony
aforesaid.
F. C. P. BOWEN,
Acting Magistrate.


No. 43.

BRITISH HONDURAS, To Wit: Belize District.

BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 21st day of
September, 1949, complaint was made before
EDWIN EDGAR EUSEY, one of His Majesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of Britiish Honduras, for that BENJAMIN HEM-
ANS, being the owner of certain land, to wit:
20 acres situate on the Sibun River, and within
the jurisdiction of the Court, did neglect and does
still neglect to pay arrears of taxes on such land
other than land in a town, in the Belize District,
said taxes amounting to $1.20 for the years 1946/
47-50, within the meaning of the Land and Prop-
erty Tax Ordinance, Chapter 24 of the Consoli-
dated Laws, 1924, and now at this day, to wit, on
the 6th day of January, 1950, at Belize, George
Arthur Wright, Second Class Clerk, duly author-
ised and appointed by the Director of Surveys
to sue on his behalf, appears before me the under-
signed FREDERICK CHARLES PEOLEY
BOWEN, Acting Magistrate, but the said BEN-
JAMIN HEMANS, although duly called doth not


appear by himself, his counsel, or attorney, and
it is now satisfactorily proved on oath that the
said BENJAMIN HEMANS, by three consecutive
publications in the Gazette dated 17th, 24th and
31st December, 1949, has been duly served with
the summons in this behalf which required
him to be and appear here at this day before
such Justices of the Peace for the said Colony
as should now be here to answer the said com-
plaint and to be further dealt with according to
law; and now having heard the matter of the said
complaint, I do adjudge the said BENJAMIN
HEMANS, to pay to the said DIRECTOR OF
SURVEYS the sum of $1.20 on or before the 31st
January next, and also to pay to the said DI-
RECTOR OF SURVEYS the sum of $1.00 for
his costs in this behalf.
Given under my hand and seal this 6th day of
January, in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and fifty at Belize in the Colony
aforesaid.
F. C. P. BOWEN,
Acting Magistrate.


No. 44

BRITISH HONDURAS, To Wit: Belize District.

BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 21st day of
September, 1949, complaint was made before
EDWIN EDGAR EUSEY, one of His Majesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that HANNIBAL WIL-
SON, being the owner of certain land to wit:.
75 acres situate at Jones' Lagoon, on the Sibun
River, and within the Jurisdiction of the Court,
did neglect and does still neglect to pay arrears of
taxes on such land other than land in a town, in
the Belize District, said taxes amounting to $4.48
for the years 1946/47-50, within the meaning of
the Land and Property Tax Ordinance, Chapter
24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, and now at
this day, to wit, on the 6th day of January, 1950,
at Belize, George Arthur Wright, Second Class
Clerk, duly authorised and appointed by the Di-
rector of Surveys to sue on his behalf, appears
before me the undersigned FREDERICK
CHARLES PEOLEY BOWEN, Acting Magis-
trate, but the said HANNIBAL WILSON, al-
though duly called doth not appear by himself, his
counsel or attorney, and it is now satisfactorily
proved on oath that the said HANNIBAL WIL-
SON, by three consecutive publications in the
Gazette dated 17th, 24th and 31st December, 1949,
has been duly served with the summons in
this behalf which required him to be and appear
here at this day before such Justices of
the Peace for the said Colony as should now be
here to answer the said complaint and to be fur-
ther dealt with according to law; and now having
heard the matter of the said complaint, I do ad-
judge the said HANNIBAL WILSON, to pay
to the said DIRECTOR OF SURVEYS, the sum
of $4.48 on or before the 31st January next. and
also to pay to the said DIRECTOR OF SUR-
VEYS the sum of $1.00 for his costs in this behalf.
Given under my hand and seal this 6th day of
January, in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and fifty at Belize in the Colony
aforesaid.
F. C. P. BOWEN,
Acting Magistrate.





40 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

No. 45. authorised and appointed by the Director of Sur-
veys to sue on his behalf appears before me the
BRITISH HONDURAS, To Wit: Belize District. undersigned FREDERICK CHARLES PEOLEY
BOWEN, Acting Magistrate, but the said OWN-
BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 21st day of ER OR OWNERS OF THE ESTATE OF
September, 1949, complaint was made before RUTH WILLIAMS, although duly called doth
EDWIN EDGAR EUSEY, one of His Majesty's not appear by themselves, their counsel or attor-
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony neys, and it is now satisfactorily proved on oath
of British Honduras, for that the OWNER OR that the said OWNER OR OWNERS OF THE
OWNERS of certain land, to wit: 20 acres, of ESTATE OF RUTH WILLIAMS, by three
the ESTATE OF NATHAN E. HUMES, consecutive publications in the Gazettte dated
situate at Northern Lagoon, Manatee, and 17th, 24th and 31st December, 1949, have been
within the jurisdiction of the Court, did neglect duly served with the summons in this behalf
and do still neglect to pay arrears of taxes on such which required them to be and appear here at this
land other than land in a town, in the Belize Dis- day before such Justices of the Peace for the said
trict, said taxes amounting to $1.20 for the years Colony as should now be here to answer the said
1946/47-50, within the meaning of the Land complaint and to be further dealt with according
and Property Tax Ordinance, Chapter 24 of the to law; and now having heard the matter of the
Consolidated Laws, 1924, and now at this day, to said complaint, I do adjudge the said OWNER
wit, on the 6th day of January, 1950, at Belize, OR OWNERS OF THE ESTATE OF RUTH
George Arthur Wright, Second Class Clerk, duly WILLIAMS, to pay to the said DIRECTOR OF
authorised and appointed by the Director of Sur- SURVEYS, the sum of $2.90 on or before the 31st
veys to sue on his behalf appears before me the January next, and also to pay to the said DIREC-
aundersigned FREDERICK CHARLES PEOLEY TOR OF SURVEYS the sum of $1.00 for his costs
BOWEN, Acting Magistrate, but the said OWN- in this behalf.
ER OR OWNERS OF THE ESTATE OF
NATHAN E. HUMES, although duly called doth Given under my hand and seal this 6th day of
not appear by themselves, their counsel or attor- January i the year of our Lord one thousand
neys, and it is now satisfactorily proved on oath nine hundred and fifty at Belize in the Colony
'that the said OWNER OR OWNERS OF THE aforesaid.
ESTATE OF NATHAN E. HUMES, by F. C. P. BOWEN,
three consecutive publications in the Gazette dated
17th, 24th and 31st December, 1949, have been Acting Magistrate.
duly served with the summons in this behalf ,_ a t
ich required ,them to be and appear here at this No. 47.
day before such Jistices of the Peace for the said
Cblony as should now be here to answer the said
complaint and to be further dealt with according BRITISH HONDURAS, To Wit: Belize District.
to law; and now having heard the matter of the,
said complaint, I do adjudge the said OWNER IBE IT REMEMiBERED that on the 21st day of
OR OWNERS OF THE ESTATE OF NATHAN September, 1949, complaint was made before
E. HUMES, to pay to the said DIRECTOR OF EDWIN EDGAR EUSEY, one of His Majesty's
SURVEYS the sum of $1.20 on or before the 31st Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
January pext, and also to pay tothe said DIREC- of British Honduras, for that the OWNER OR
TQR OF SURVEYS the sum of $1,00 for his costs OWNERS of certain land, to wit: 5 acres, of
in this behalf. the ESTATE OF ETHEL ALBERTHA WOODS,
situate below Boom, on the Belize River, and
.Given under .my hand and seal .this 6th day of within the jurisdiction of the Court, did neglect
January in the year of our Lord one thousand and do still neglect to pay arrears of taxes on such
vine hundred and fifty at Belize in the Colony land other than land in a town, in the Belize Dis-
aforesaid. trict, said taxes amounting to $1.80 for the period
F C. P WEN ending 1949/50, within the meaning of the Land
SC. P.BOWEN, and Property Tax Ordinance, Chapter 24 of the
Acting Magistrate. Consolidated Laws, 1924, and now at this day, to
S wit, on the 6th day of January, 1950, at Belize,
-- .George Arthur Wright, Second Class Clerk, duly
No. 46. authorised and appointed by the Director of Sur-
veys to sue on his behalf appears before me the
BRITISH HONqURAS, To Wit: Belize.District. undersigped FREDERICK CHARLES PEOLEY
BOWEN, Acting Magistrate, but the said OWN-
iBE IT RE kLE M BERED that on the 21st day of ER OR OWNERS OF THE ESTATE OF ETHEL
September, 1949, complaint was made before ALBERTHA WOODS, although duly called doth
EDWIN EDGAR ,EUSEY, one of His Majesty's not appear by themselves, their counsel or attor-
Justices of ,the Peace in and for the said Colony neys, and it is now satisfactorily proved on oath
of 'British Honduras, for that the OWNER OR that the said OWNER OR OWNERS QF THE
OWNE$RS of certain land, .to wit: 81 acres, of ESTATE OF ETHEL 4LBERTHA WOODS, by
the ESTATE QOF jRUTH WILLIAMS, situate at three consecutive publications in the Gazette dated
Hector .Creek, on the Sibun River, and 17lt, 24th and 31st December, 1949, have been
within the jurisdiction of the Court, did neglect duly served with the summons in this behalf
and do still neglect to pay arrears of taxes on such' which required them to be and appear here at this
land other than land in a town, in the Belize Dis- day before such Justices of the Peace for the said
strict, said taxes amounting to $2.90 for the period Colony as should now be here to answer the said
ending 1949/50, within the meaning of the Land complaint and to .be further dealt with according
and Property Tax Ordinance, Chapter 24 of the to law; and now having heard the matter of the
Consolidated Laws, .194, and now at this day, to said complaint, I do adjudge the said OWNER
wit, on the 6th day of January, 1950, at Belize, OR OR o ERS OF THE ,ESTATiE OF ETEL
George Arthur :Wright, Second Class Clerk, duly ALBERTHA WOODS, to pay to the said DI-





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 41


RECTOR OF SURVEYS, the sum of $1.80 on
or before the 31st January next, and also to pay
to the said DIRECTOR OF SURVEYS the sum
of $1.00 for his costs in this behalf.
Given under my hand and seal this 6th day of
January in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and fifty at Belize in the Colony
aforesaid.


F. C. P. BOWEN,
Acting Magistrate.


H


'.

(No. 20).

BRITISH HONDURAS, 1949.

In the Supreme Court- Probate Side.

General Registry,


Grazing--Period from 1.1.50 to 31.12.54.

Mr. Moses Ramclam-Toledo District-Crown
lands bounded on the north and east by Dam
Creek, Road from Deep River to Chan Quebrada
and Bladen Branch of Monkey River to its Junc-
tion with Swasey Branch, on the south by a line
running from the junction of Bladen and Swasey
Branches of Monkey River on a bearing of 5.76'
W. to the Pine Forests thence along the north
boundary of the area held under Pine Licence No.
31/43 to Deep River on the west by Deep River,
excluding all lands leased and granted.

Pine-Period from 15. 1. 50 to 15. I. 55.

~li -


Belize, 29th December, 1949. (No. 30).


No. 61/1949.
In the Goods of BENJAMIN FLOWERS late
of: Belize, Cattleman, deceased.
Application for Letters of Administration.- in
the above Estate has been made by Winnifred
Flowers and Muriel Flowers both of Belize,
Spinsters.
The next of kin in particular, and all persons
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or
before Monday, the 23rd day of January, 1950,
why such letters should not be granted to the said
Winnifred Flowers and Muriel Flowers.
A. 0. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.


(No. 28).


M.P. 03660.


FOR SALE.

Tenders are invited for the purchase of the old
District Commissioner's Quarters at Stann Creek
as it stands.

The successful tenderer will be required to de-
molish the building, remove the materials and
clean up the site within three months of the ac-
ceptance of his tender.

Tenders should be submitted to the Director of
Public Works, Belize, on or before the 31st Jan-
uary, 1950.

The Director of Public Works does not bind
himself to accept the highest or any tender.


Forest Office,


Belize, 14th January, 1950.

FOREST APPLICATIONS.

The following applications for forest licences
are published as required by Rule 12 of the For-
est Rules, 1939, in order to give any person an
opportunity of making representation with regard
to any such application. No such representation
will be considered unless it is lodged at the Forest
Office (addressed to the Conservator of Forests
and not to any forest officer by name) within
fourteen days of the date of publication of the
,Gazette in which the advertisement of the appli-
cation first appears.

By Order.

A. F. A. LAMB,

Conservator of Forests.

------i------

Second Publication.

Cayo District-

Mr. Eluterio Mai-Crown lands in "Little Pine
Ridge" Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve ex.
cluding all lands leased and granted.


E. V. WILLIAMS,

Director of Public Works.


(N,. 31).


BRITISH HONDURAS, 1950.

In the Supreme Court- Probate Side.

General Registry,
Belize, 5th January, 1950.
No. 1/1950.

In the Goods of ELIZABETH YOUNG, late
of Hill Bank, New River, Married woman, de-
ceased.

Application for Letters of Administration in
the above Estate has been made by David Alexan-
der Young of Hill Bank, Labourer.

The next of kin in particular, and all persons in
general, are hereby cited to show cause on or be-
fore Monday the 30th day of January, 1950, why
such letters should not be granted to the said
David Alexander Young.

A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.


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42 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE



No. 48. Summary of Meteorological Observations. M.P. 197/49
DURING THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1949.

BAROMETER STATION (Pressure in inches)
(At M.S.L. and Gravity of Latitude 17' 30') (Barometer cistern 16.83 ft. above Mean Sea Level)
Average Monthly Mean Absolute extremes of pressure
SHighest i Date Lowest Date
29.995

TEMPERATURES IN THE SHADE-(Fahrenheit Degrees)
Mean Daily Mean Daily Average Monthly Mean Absolute extremes of temperature
Maximum Minimum of Daily Maximum and Highest Date s Date
Temperature Temperature Minimum TemperaturesI 1 I Lowest 2
__ _______ .-- -----. 12th \--- 2nd, 19th, 23rd
81.0 643 72.6 87.0 I 60.0 & 27th
RELATIVE HUMIDITY-(taken from Wet and Dry Bulbs).
Average Monthly Mean ___ Highest Date Lowest Date
84% 100 % 20th, 21st, 22nd & 30th 68% 2nd

WIND MOVEMENTS IN MILES-(Standard Anemometer above ground 51.3 ft.).
Average hourly velocity Prevailing direction Maximum velocity and direction Date
6.2 m.p.h. N. E 16 m.p.h. N.E. 15th
PRECIPITATION-(in inches and hundredths.)
TotalAmount- 10.18 Greatest Amount in 24 consecutive hour-- 2.35 Date-31st
D. FAIRWEATHER, Meteorological Observer.
RAINFALL BELIZE

Month 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949
January 4.18 2.62 2.87 8.75 2.33 .84 3.80 3.42 4.08 3.10
February 0.22 1.12 1.48 3.74 .78 1.00 3.29 6.49 1.86 4.10
March 1.55 1.76 0.04 3.37 1.07 1.12 1.93 3.40 .12
April .. .50 2.41 4.36 6.45 1.00 .02 2.87 .40 1.64 .03
May .. 3.49 10.67 5.35 3.43 2.37 9.02 .73 .06 1.09 .84
June .. 6.69 2.27 12.01 3.91 10.08 3.32 6.73 3.71 11.46 3.12
July .. 14.72 4.68 10.12 4.97 5.59 4.38 7.06 6.20 7.09 5.17
August .. 5.69 9.31 10.07 4.30 3.65 15.49 8.53 4.56 5.01 5.85
September 19.68 12.26 16.16 4.08 6.06 21.27 6.98 7.66 7.54 8.17
October .. 18.76 11.04 5.56 13.07 2.53 4.22 14.36 9.00 5.31 8.30
November 9.68 9.63 25.72 7.03 3.72 7.38 8.71 5.55 12.85 5.05
December .. 6.18 11.54 16.13 5.79 3.02 5.42 7.84 5.95 11.67 10.18
92.34 79.31 109.87 68.89 42.20 I 73.48 I 72.83 1 56.40 69.60
The mean annual rainfall in Belize for the years 1906 to 1946 was 80.99 inches. During this period the
highest recorded rainfall was 130.94 inches in 1911 and the lowest 42.20 inches in 1944.
By Command.
E. D. HONE, Colonial Secretary.


No. 49.


Import Control &c Supply Office,
Belize, 17th January, 1950.


PRICE OF GOODS ORDER, 1944.

In exercise of the powers vested m him by Regulation 50 of the Defence
Regulations, 1939, (S.R. & 0. 1939, No. 69), the Competent Authority hereby
makes the following Order:-

1. This Order may be cited as the Price of Goods (Amendment No. 3)
Order, 1950.

2. The Price of Goods (Amendment No. 33) Order, dated th( llth June,
1947, is hereby further amended as follows:


(a) by the deletion therefrom of the following:





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


M.iaximum Wholesale
Price


17. RICE-
B ro n ................................... .15 per 100 lb ........... ....
21. SUGAR-


JMrvimu',m Retail
Price


per ]b. 9e


(iii) Brown (local) ............... S .10 per 100 lb. ...........
(b) by the substitution thorefor of the following:

17. RICE- *


..per lb. 6e


Imported (510/ Broken)

.21. SUGAR-
(iii) Brown (local) ........


8. 15 per 100 lb. ................


......... 65.60 per 100 lb. ................


per lb. 9e


per lb. 6e


A. WOLFFSOHN,
Conmpetent Aulhority.


No. 50.
District Commissioner's Office,
Stann Creek, 12th January, 1950.

LAND APPLICATIONS.

APPLICATIONS to lease lots in the town of
Stann Creek are notified in the Government
Gazette for the purpose of giving any person an
opportunity of making any representations to
this office in relation to any such application.

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

The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.

J. N. MEIGHAN.
District Commissioner.
Stann Creek

TO LEASE.

,. January, 3rd 1950-Antonio Nunez-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being a vacant lot. Lot No. 836

... January, 3rd 1950-Charles Thompson-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being lot formerly leased to applicant. (Lease
expired.) Lot No. 302.

.. January, 5th 1950-Mervin Lockwood-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being vacant lots. Lots Nos. 823 & 833.

. January, 5th 1950-Octavia Westby-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being vacant lots. Lots Nos. 823 & 851.

..January, 5th 1950-Benedict Diego-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being lot formerly leased to Hermenijildo Diego.
(Lease expired.) Lot No. 502.


No. 51.
District Commissioner's Office,
Punta Gorda, 10th January, 1950.

SALE OF LEASES IN THE TOLEDO
DISTRICT.

On Saturday, the 28th January, 1950, at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon there will be offered for
sale by public auction at the Court House at Pun-
ta Gorda the following lease of Crown land:-
Lot No. 144A in the town of Monkey River
for twenty years at a commencing rent of $1.50
per annum.

Lot No. 314 in the town of Punta Gorda for
twenty years at a commencing rent of $1.50 per
annum.

Plan may be seen and further particulars ob-
tained at the District Commissioner's Office at
Punta Gorda.

By Order.

ALBERT JOHNSTON,
Acting District Commissioner,
Toledo.


GAZETTE
SUBSCRIPTION RATES

The Gazette will be supplied to subscribers at
the rate of $5.00 for the calendar year, payable in
advance, all subscriptions expiring on the 31st
day of December.
Single copies may be obtained from the Gov-
ernment Printer at 15 cents per copy.

Rates for non-official notices.
The first insertion, 75 cents per inch, single
column wide.
The second and each subsequent insertion of
the same notice, 50 cents per inch, single column.


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44 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

(No. 19). No. 52.
Income Tax Office, District Commissioner's Office,
Belize, 3rd January, 1950. Corozal, 14th January, 1950.

INCOME TAX RETURNS. To the worshipful the Justices of the Peace act-
Persons liable to pay Income Tax are reminded ing in and for the Northern District as Licensing
that they are required to deliver returns of their Magistrates and to all others whom it may con-
incomes for the year 1949 by the 31st March, cern.
1950. Returns by employers should be forward-
ed to the Income Tax Office not later than the TAKE NOTICE that Special Liquor Licen-
28th February, 1950. sing Meeting for the Nhern District will be
In the case of any person carrying on business, held in the District Commissioner's Court Room
a certified copy of the Profit & Loss Account and at Corozal at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon on
Balance Sheet should accompany the return. Friday the 26th instant to take into consideration
All returns, etc., should be sent under confiden- the application of: Margarito Vega for a shop
tial cover to the Income Tax Office, Belize, or to liquor licence for the sale of fermented and
the District Commissioner in an out-district from spirituous liquors in the house and appurtenances
whom the necessary forms can be obtained on thereunto belonging to the applicant situate on a
application. street having no name at San Estevan.
Failure to file returns within the time prescrib-
ed by law will render taxpayers liable to prosecu- By Order.
tion without further warning.
By Order. E. I. PASOS,
A. A. HEUSTIS, For District Commissioner,
Assessor of Income Tax. Northern District,


Printed by tihe GdOWisWn Pntr




















Government Gazette

BRITISH HONDURAS-PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


No. 6 BELIZE, 28th JANUARY, 1950 Page 45


Colonial Secretary's Office, (No. 25).


Belize, 28th January, 1950.

The following particulars relating to appoint-
ments, etc., in the Public Service are published for
general information.

By Command.

E. D. HONE,
Colonial Secretary.


No. 53.


Staff 252.


APPOINTMENT.

GOSCINSKI, Dr. A., to be a Temporary Medical
Officer with effect from 20th January, 1950.


No. 54.


Staff 208.


APPOINTMENT CONFIRMED.

RENEAU, Miss A. L., Junior Keyboard Opera-
tor, Government Printing Office, appointment
confirmed with effect from 1st January, 1949.


No. 55.


M.P. 02635.


EXTENSION OF LEAVE.

SMITH, H. L., Night Operator & Linesman,
Telephone Branch, Electricity and Telephones
Department, leave extended with effect from
21st December, 1949, to 7th January, 1950.
-----^t,------
No. 56.
RESUMPTION OF DUTIES.
SABALA, E., Forest Ranger, Forestry Depart-
m-nt, resumed duty with effect from 7th Jan-
uary, 1950. Staff 43.
SMITH, H. L., Night Operator & Linesman,
Telephone Branch, Electricity and Telephones
Department, resumed duty with effect from 9th
January, 1950. M.P. 02635.


M.P. 21/50.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 14th January, 1949.

DECLARATION OF PUBLIC ROADS.

It is hereby notified in accordance with the pro-
visions of sections 7 and 8 of the Public Roads Or-
dinance, Chapter 42 of the Consolidated Laws,
1924, that the Director of Public Works has ap-
plied to the Governor in Council for the issue of
a Proclamation ordering that the land along the
survey line of the proposed route for the new
Roaring Creek to Middlesex Road, as per schedule
below, be proclaimed a public road.
And that all land not built upon or cultivated
which shall be required for the purpose of the
road shall be absolutely taken and appropriated
without tender or payment by way of compensa-
tion, and shall vest in the Government without
any formal transfer thereof.
The area of such road to extend for a distance
of fifty feet on either side of the centre of the
road when located.
Schedule.
From Roaring Creek to Caves River, a dis-
tance of approximately 14 miles passing through
the properties of Orange Walk, Roaring Creek
works, Caves works and St. Hermans.


No. 57.


M.P. 246/47.


Belize, 21st January, 1950.

STATUTORY INSTRUMENT.

The under-mentioned Statutory Instrument is
published with this issue of the Gazette and forms
part thereof:-
No. 4 of 1950-The Passports (Amendment)
Order, 1950.

By Command.

E. D. HONE,
Colonial Secretary.






46 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

No. 58. No. 60.
Education Office,
In re Estate of SALVADOR ERALES late of Be-
Belize, 24th January, 1950. lize, deceased.

TEACHERS' AND PUPIL TEACHERS' EX- To all whom it may concern:
AMTNATTONS 1950


It is hereby notified that the Teachers' and
Pupil Teachers' Examinations, 1950, will be held on
the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th May and not on the 4th
to the 7th May, 1950, as stated in Gazette Notice,
No. 711, published on the 12th November, 1949.


By Order.

J. W. FORREST,
Director of Education.


~-- --

(No. 19).
Income Tax Office,

Belize, 3rd January, 1950.

INCOME TAX RETURNS.

Persons liable to pay Income Tax are reminded
that they are required to deliver returns of their
incomes for the year 1949 by the 31st March,
1950. Returns by employers should be forward-
ed to the Income Tax Office not later than the
28th February, 1950.
In the case of any person carrying on business,
a certified copy of the Profit & Loss Account and
1Balance Sheet should accompany the return.
,All returns, etc., should be sent under confiden-
tial cover to the Income Tax Office, Belize, or to
the District Commissioner in an out-district from
whom the necessary forms can be obtained on
application.
Failure to file returns within the time prescrib-
ed by law will render taxpayers liable to prosecu-
tion without further warning.

By Order.

A. A. HEUSTIS,
Assessor of Income Tax.

,_----;---------


Stann Creek, 20th January, 1950.

PRODUCE LICENCE.

The following licence to buy and sell produce
in the Stann Creek District during the year ending
on the 31st December, 1950, has been issued un-
der the provisions of the Produce Protection Or-
dinance-Chapter 72 of the Consolidated Laws,
1924:-
Name Address.,
Gervasio J. Norales Stann Creek

J. N. MEIGHAN,
District Commissioner,
Stann Creek.


TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of the powers
conferred upon me by section nine of the Official
Administrator Ordinance-Chapter 211 of the
Consolidated Laws, 1924 I FREDERICK
CHARLES PEOLEY BOWEN, Acting Official
Administrator, intend on or after the 19th day of
May next to distribute the assets of the aforesaid
Salvador Erales of Belize in the Belize District
among such claimants of whose claims I shall then
have notice.
AND further take notice that all claims against
the estate of the said Salvador Erales must be de-
livered to me before the 19th day of May next.
AND further take notice that neither I nor the
Public Revenue will be liable in respect of any
assets distributed by me without express notice of
any such claim at the time of distribution.
DATED the 19th day of January, 1950.

F. C. P. BOWEN,
Acting Official Administrator.


No. 61.


District Commissioner's Office,
Cayo, 20th January, 1950.


SPECIAL LICENSING MEETING.
To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace
acting in and for the Cayo District as Licensing
Magistrates and to all others whom it may con-
cern.
TAKE NOTICE that a Special Licensing Meet-
ing for the Cayo District will be held in the Dis-
trict Commissioner's Court Room at El Cayo at
10:00 o'clock in the forenoon on Monday 6th
day of February, 1950, to take into consideration
the application of Samuel B. Burn for a Shop
Liquor Licence in the house and appurtenances
thereunto belonging the property of Leopold
Stephen situate at Roaring Creek, Cayo.

By Order.

A. H. ANDERSON,
District Commissioner,
Cayo.


GAZETTE
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
The Gazette will be supplied to subscribers at
the rate of $5.00 for the calendar year, payable in
advance, all subscriptions expiring on the 31st
day of December.
Single copies may be obtained from the Gov-
ernment Printer at 15 cents per copy.
Rates for non-official notices.
The first insertion, 75 cents per inch, single
column wide.
The second and each subsequent insertion of
the same notice, 50 cents per inch. single column.


No. 59.


District Commissioner's Office,





GAZETTE 47
BRITISH HONDURA-
B 1 by himself, his counsel, or attorney, and

(No. 42). it is OINJAMIN HEMANS, by three consecutive
BRITIS HONDURAS, To Wit: Belize District. said tons in the Gazette dated 17th, 24th and
BRITISH HONDURAS, publ'lpeember, 1949, has been duly served with
BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 21st day of 31st 0ianons in this behalf which required
epBE IT 1 c pint was made before the o be and appear here at this day before
September, 1949 EomY, one of His Majest's him jtstices of the Peace for the said Colony
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony suc now be here to answer the said com-
of British Honduras, for that GERALD JONES, as sI ~ad to be further dealt with according to
of Brithe owner of certain land, to wit: plaip dl now having heard the matter of the said
being the owner Haulover Creek, on the Belize la it, I do adjudge the said BENJAMIN
15 acres situate at Haulover Creek, la'1irt,
River, and within the Jurisdiction of the Court, col'NS, to pay to the said DIRECTOR OF
River,l and does stil neglect to pay arrears of HE YS the sum of $1.20 on or before the 31st
adid neglect and does s than land in a town, in SIU yV next, and also to pay to the said DI-
t he Belze District, said taxes amounting to $1.20 Jaf oA OF SURVEYS the sum of $1.00 for
othe years 1946/47-50, within the meaning of Ri sts in this behalf.

Sthe Consolidated Taw 194, and now at ivl under my hand and seal this 6th day of
f the Consolidated Laws, 1924, and now at in the year of our Lord one thousand
this day, towit, on the 6th day of January, 1950, dred and fifty at Belize in the Colony
at Belize, George Arthur Wright, Second Class i de d F C Ben
Clerk, duly authorised and appointed by the Di- nI.,
rector of Surveys to sue on his behalf, appears F.C.P. BOWEN,
before me the undersigned FREDERICK Acting Magistrate.
CHARLES PEOLEY BOWEN, Acting Magis- Acting Magistrate.
trate, but the said GERALD JONES, although
duly called doth not appear by himself, his coun-
sel or attorney, and it is now satisfactorily proved J'
on oath that the said GERALD JONES, by lTlSI HONDURAS, To Wit: Belize District.
three consecutive publications in the Gazette
dated 17th, 24th and 31st December, 1949, r REMEMBERED that on the 21st day of
dhasbeenduly served with the summons in iter, 1949, complaint was made before
this behalf which required him to be and appear EDGAR EUSEY, one of His Majesty's
this da before such Justces of the Peace in and for the said Colony
here at t his day before such Justices of Mgs
the Peace for the said Colony as should now be pi Honduras, for that HANNIBAL WIL-
ther a er the said complaint and to be fur- n the onr f eta a t t
her dealt with according to law; and now having 0 ^O o
heard the according to law; and o ad es situate at Jones' Lagoon, on the Sibun
thter of the said complaint, do ad id within the Jurisdiction of the Court,
jhrd the said GERALD JONES, to pay gect and does still neglect to pay arrears of
to the said DIRECTOR OF SURVEYS, the such land other than land in a town, in
tof $1.20 honor before the 31st January next, an ,"e District, said taxes amounting to $4.48
also to pay to the said DIRECTOR OF SUR he ears 1946/47-50, within the meaning of
Ys the sum of $1.00 for his costs in this behalf. sti and Property Tax Ordinance, Chapter
Given under my hand and seal this 6th day of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, and now at
G iven under my han aofur Lord one thousand ,li' to wit, on the 6th day of January, 1950,
iJanuarye hne th ffty at Belize in the Colon bC', George Arthur Wright, Second Class
nine hundred and fiuly authorized and appointed by the Di-
maforesaid. f t of isote Surveys to sue on his behalf, appears
F. C. P. BOWEN, me the undersigned FREDERICK
ao i LinS PEOLEY BOWEN, Acting Magis-
Acting Magistrate. bUt the said HANNIBAL WILSON, al-
I h duly called doth not appear by himselfhais
S or attorney, and it is now satisfactorily
(No. 43). O On oath that the said HANNIBAL WIL-
BRI HONDURAS, To Wit: Belize Ditrict by three consecutive publications in the
BRITISH HONDURAS, T p, dated 17th, 24th and 31st December, 1949,
e EERED o that on the 21st day tee an duly served with the summons in
BE IT REMEMBcolaint was made befc alf which required him to be and appear
September, 1949, c e of His Maest t this day before such Justices of
ses of te Pae in and for the said Colo eae for the said Colony as should now be
Justices of the Peace that BENJAMIN HE' answer the said complaint and to be fur-
of Britiish Honduras, of certain land, to 1' hli with according to law; and now having
20 acres situate on the Sibun River, and n i10- '. matter of the said complaint, I do ad-
the jurisdiction o the Court, did neglect and d'' e said HANNIBAL WILSON, to pay
still neglect to pay arrears of taxes on such .1 ,said DIRECTOR OF SURVEYS, the sum
other than land in a town, in the Belize Dist' on or before the 31st January nex. and
said taxes amounting to $1.20 for the years 1' a .1 to the said DIRECTOR OF SUR-
sa47-50, within the meaning of the Land and PI ,ie sum of $1.00 for his costs in this behalf.
4750,erty Tax Ordin chance, Chapter 4 of the Con
dated Laws, 1924, Ordinand now at this day, to wit under my hand and seal this 6th day of
dated Laws, 1924of, and now at thBelize, Ge' 'in the year of our Lord one thousand
Ar6tur Wrigh day of January, 1950 atClerk, duly au dred and fifty at Belize in the Colony
Arthur Wright, Second Classirecrk u ao Su i4.
ised and appointed by the Director of Sup1 0iit
to sue on his behalf, appears before me the
FREDERICK CHARLES pEO .C. P. BOWEN,
l rN Acting Magistrate, but thesaid Acting Magistrate.






48 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

(No. 45). authorised and appointed by the Director of Sur-
veys to sue on his behalf appears before me the
BRITISH HONDURAS, To Wit: Belize District. undersigned FREDERICK CHARLES PEOLEY
BOWEN, Acting Magistrate, but the said OWN-
BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 21st day of ER OR OWNERS OF THE ESTATE OF
September, 1949, complaint was made before RUTH WILLIAMS, although duly called doth
EDWIN EDGAR EUSEY, one of His Majesty's not appear by themselves, their counsel or attor-
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony neys, and it is now satisfactorily proved on oath
of British Honduras, for that the OWNER OR that the said OWNER OR OWNERS OF THE
OWNERS of certain land, to wit: 20 acres, of ESTATE OF RUTH WILLIAMS, by three
the ESTATE OF NATHAN E. HUMES, consecutive publications in the Gazettte dated
situate at Northern Lagoon, Manatee, and 17th, 24th and 31st December, 1949, have been
within the jurisdiction of the Court, did neglect duly served with the summons in this behalf
and do still neglect to pay arrears of taxes on such which required them to be and appear here at this
land other than land in a town, in the Belize Dis- day before such Justices of the Peace for the said
trict, said taxes amounting to $1.20 for the years Colony as should now be here to answer the said
1946/47-50, within the meaning of the Land complaint and to be further dealt with according
and Property Tax Ordinance, Chapter 24 of the to law; and now having heard the matter of the
Consolidated Laws, 1924, and now at this day, to said complaint, I do adjudge the said OWNER
wit, on the 6th day of January, 1950, at Belize, OR OWNERS OF THE ESTATE OF RUTH
George Arthur Wright, Second Class Clerk, duly WILLIAMS, to pay to the said DIRECTOR OF
authorised and appointed by the Director of Sur- SURVEYS, the sum of $2.90 on or before the 31st
veys to sue on his behalf appears before me the January next, and also to pay to the said DIREC-
undersigned FREDERICK CHARLES PEOLEY TOR OF SURVEYS the sum of $1.00 for his costs
BOWEN, Acting Magistrate, but the said OWN- in this behalf.
ER OR OWNERS OF THE ESTATE OF
NATHAN E. HUMES, although duly called doth Given under my hand and seal this 6th day of
January in the year of our Lord one thousand
not appear by themselves, their counsel or attor- January n the yearof our Lord one thousand
neys, and it is now satisfactorily proved on oath nine hundred and fifty at Belize in the Colony
that the said OWNER OR OWNERS OF THE aforesaid.
ESTATE OF NATHAN E. HUMES, by F. C. P. BOWEN,
three consecutive publications in the Gazette dated B I n
17th, 24th and 31st December, 1949, have been Acting Magistrate.
duly served with the summons in this behalf
which required them to be and appear here at this (N.47)
day before such Justices of the Peace for the said
Colony as should now be here to answer the said BTIH HS, To W B r.
complaint and to be further dealt with according BRTISH HONDURAS, To Wit: Belize District.
to law; and now having heard the matter of the
said complaint, I do adjudge the said OWNER BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 21st day of
OR OWNERS OF THE ESTATE OF NATHAN September, 1949, complaint was made before
E. HUMES, to pay to the said DIRECTOR OF EDWIN EDGAR EUSEY, one of His Majesty's
SURVEYS the sum of $1.20 on or before the 31st Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
January next, and also to pay to the said DIREC- of British Honduras, for that the OWNER OR
TOR OF SURVEYS the sum of $1.00 for his costs OWNERS of certain land, to wit: 5 acres, of
in this behalf. the ESTATE OF ETHEL ALBERTHA WOODS,
situate below Boom, on the Belize River, and
Given under my hand and seal this 6th day of within the jurisdiction of the Court, did neglect
January in the year of our Lord one thousand and do still neglect to pay arrears of taxes on such
nine hundred and fifty at Belize in the Colony land other than land in a town, in the Belize Dis-
aforesaid. trict, said taxes amounting to $1.80 for the period
F C. P BOWEN ending 1949/50, within the meaning of the Land
and Property Tax Ordinance, Chapter 24 of the
Acting Magistrate. Consolidated Laws, 1924, and now at this day, to
*.. !wit, on the 6th day of January, 1950, at Belize,
George Arthur Wright, Second Class Clerk, duly
(No. 4,). authorised and appointed by the Director of Sur-
veys to sue on his behalf appears before me the
BRITISH HONDURAS, To Wit: Belize District. undersigned FREDERICK CHARLES PEOLEY
BOWEN, Acting Magistrate, but the said OWN-
BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 21st day of ER OR OWNERS OF THE ESTATE OF ETHEL
September, 1949, complaint was made before ALBERTHA WOODS, although duly called doth
EDWIN EDGAR EUSEY, one of His Majesty's not appear by themselves, their counsel or attor-
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony neys, and it is now satisfactorily proved on oath
of British Honduras, for that the OWNER OR that the said OWNER OR OWNERS OF THE
OWNERS of certain land, to wit: 8- acres, of ESTATE OF ETHEL ALBERTHA WOODS, by
the ESTATE OF RUTH WILLIAMS, situate at three consecutive publications in the Gazette dated
Hector Creek, on the Sibun River, and 17th, 24th and 31st December, 1949, have been
within the jurisdiction of the Court, did neglect duly served with the summons in this behalf
and do still neglect to pay arrears of taxes on such which required them to be and appear here at this
land other than land in a town, in the Belize Dis- day before such Justices of the Peace for the said
trict, said taxes amounting to $2.90 for the period Colony as should now be here to answer the said
ending 1949/50, within the meaning of the Land complaint and to be further dealt with according
and Property Tax Ordinance, Chapter 24 of the to law; and now having heard the matter of the
Consolidated Laws, 1924, and now at this day, to said complaint, I do adjudge the said OWNER
wit, on the 6th day of January, 1950, at Belize, OR OWNERS OF THE ESTATE OF ETHEL
George Arthur Wright, Second Class Clerk, duly ALBERTHA WOODS, to pay to the said DI-





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 49


RECTOR OF SURVEYS, the sum of $1.80 on
or before the 31st January next, and also to pay
to the said DIRECTOR OF SURVEYS the sum
of $1.00 for his costs in this behalf.
Given under my hand and seal this 6th day of
January in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and fifty at Belize in the Colony
aforesaid.

F. C. P. BOWEN,
Acting Magistrate.


(No. 30).


M.P. 03660.


FOR SALE.

Tenders are invited for the purchase of the old
District Commissioner's Quarters at Stann Creek
as it stands.
The successful tenderer will be required to de-
molish the building, remove the materials and
clean up the site within three months of the ac-
ceptance of his tender.
Tenders should be submitted to the Director of
Public Works, Belize, on or before the 31st Jan-
uary, 1950.
The Director of Public Works does not bind
himself to accept the highest or any tender.

E. V. WILLIAMS,
Director of Public Works.



(No. 31).

BRITISH HONDURAS, 1950.

In the Supreme Court- Probate Side.

General Registry,
Belize, 5th January, 1950.
Ng. 1/1950.
In the Goods of ELIZABETH YOUNG, late
of Hill Bank, New River, Married woman, de-
ceased.
Application for Letters of Administration in
the above Estate has been made by David Alexan-
der Young of Hill Bank, Labourer.
The next of kin in particular, and all persons in
general, are hereby cited to show cause on or be-
fore Monday the 30th day of January, 1950, why
such letters should not be granted to the said
David Alexander Young.

A, O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.
ff.----- y


(No. 51).


District Commissioner's Office,


Punta Gorda, 10th January, 1950.

SALE OF LEASES IN THE TOLEDO
DISTRICT.

On Saturday, the 28th January, 1950, at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon there will be offered for


sale by public auction at the Court House at Pun-
ta Gorda the following lease of Crown land:-
Lot No. 144A in the town of Monkey River
for twenty years at a commencing rent of $1.50
per annum.

Lot No. 314 in the town of Punta Gorda for
twenty years at a commencing rent of $1.50 per
annum.

Plan may be seen and further particulars ob-
tained at the District Commissioner's Office at
Punta Gorda.

By Order.


ALBERT JOHNSTON,
Acting District Commissioner,

Toledo.


(No. 50).


District Commissioner's Office,


Stann Creek, 12th January, 1950.

LAND APPLICATIONS.

APPLICATIONS to lease lots in the town of
Stann Creek are notified in the Government
Gazette for the purpose of giving any person an
opportunity of making any representations to
this office in relation to any such application.

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

The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.

J. N. MEIGHAN,
District Commissioner,
Stann Creek.

TO LEASE.

January, 3rd 1950-Antonio Nunez-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being a vacant lot. Lot No. 836

January, 3rd 1950--Charles Thompson-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being lot formerly leased to applicant. (Lease
expired.) Lot No. 302.

January, 5th 1950-Mervin Lockwood-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being vacant lots. Lots Nos. 823 & 833.

S. January, 5th 1950-Octavia Westby-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being vacant lots. Lots Nos. 823 & 851.

S.January, 5th 1950-Benedict Diego-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being lot formerly leased to Hermenijildo Diego.
(Lease expired.) Lot No. 502.





50 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

No. 62. Import Control & Supply Office,
Belize, 25th January, 1950.

PRICE OF GOODS ORDER, 1944.

In exercise of the powers vested in him by Regulation 50 of the Defence
Regulations, 1939, (S.R. & 0. 1939, No. 69), the Competent Authority hereby
makes the following Order:-

1. This order may be cited as the Price of Goods (Amendment No. 5) Or-
der, 1950.

2. The Price of Goods (Amendment No. 1) Order, dated the 12th January,
1950, is hereby further amended as follows;

(a) by the addition to First Schedule, Part I, List A.

Maximum Wholesale Maximum Retail
Price Price


11. FLOUR-
(a) Soft Wheat
"White Star" Brand

"Vencedor" Brand

"Gingham Girl" Brand
"Banner" Brand

"Gladiator" Brand

12. LARD-
(b) Compound
"Lighthouse" Brand
"Spry" Brand


13. MARGARINE-
"Shamrock"

15 MILK-
(a) Condensed
"Black Cow"


$ 5.55 per sack of 96 lb.

$ 5.44 per sack of 96 lb.

$ 5.81 per sack of 96 lb.
$ 5.62 per sack of 96 Ib.

$ 5.43 per sack of 96 Ib.



$29.20 per case of 4/28 lb. tins
$13.47 per case of 36/1 lb. tins
$12.62 por case of 12/3 lb. tins


S26.56 per case of 4/28 lb. tins


per lb. 7e
2 lb. for 13e
per lb. 7e
2 lb. for 13e
per lb. 7e
per Ib. 7e
2 lb. for 13e
per lb. 6e



per lb. 30e
per 1 lb. tin 43c
per tin 3 lb. $1.21


per lb. 27c


S 6.63 per case of 48/14 oz. per tin 15e

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Competent Authority.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETT E 51


No. 63.

BRITISH HONDURAS, To Wit: Stann Creek'
District.

BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 4th day of
November, 1949, complaint was made before
EDWIN EDGAR EUSEY, one of His Majesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony of
British Honduras, for that ROBERT A. KIT-
CHING, being the owner of certain land, to wit:
50 acres situate at North Stann Creek, and
within the jurisdiction of the Court, did neglect
and does still neglect to pay costs of Court on
such land other than land in a town, in the Stann
Creek District, said costs amounting to $1.00
within the meaning of the Land and Property
Tax Ordinance, Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924, and now at this day, to wit, on the
llth day of January, 1950, at Stann Creek, Gil-
bert Williams, Sergeant of Police, duly authorised
and appointed by the Director of Surveys to sue
on his behalf, appears before me the undersigned
JAMES NATHANIEL MEIGHAN, District
Commissioner, but the said ROBERT A. KITCH-
ING, although duly called doth not appear by
himself, his counsel or attorney, and it is now
satisfactorily proved on oath that the said
ROBERT A. KITCHING, by three consecutive
publications in the Gazette dated 17th,
24th and 31st December, 1949, has been
duly served with the summons in this behalf
which required him to be and appear here at this
day before such Justices of the Peace for the said
Colony as should now be here to answer the said
complaint and to be further dealt with according
to law; and now having heard the matter of the
said complaint, I do adjudge the said ROBERT
A. PITCHING, to pay to the said DIRECTOR
OF SURVEYS, forthwith the sum of $1.00 for his
costs in this behalf.

Given under my hand and seal this 11th day of
January, in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and fifty at Stann Creek, in the
Colony aforesaid.
J. N. MEIGHAN,
District Commissioner,
Stann Creek.


I- --


No. 64.


BRITISH HONDURAS, To Wit:
District.


Stann Creek


BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 4th day of
November, 1949, complaint was made before
EDWIN EDGAR EUSEY, one of His Majesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony of
British Honduras, for that the OWNER OR
OWNERS of certain land, to wit: 5 acres, of the
ESTATE OF CHARLES F. LONGSWORTH,
situate at Mullins River, and within the jurisdic-
tion of the Court, did neglect and do still neglect
to pay arrears of taxes on such land other than
land in a town, in the Stann Creek District, said
tax-s amounting to $2.70 for the period ending
1949/50, within the meaning of the Land and
Property Tax Ordinance, Chapter 24 of the Con-
solidated Laws, 1924, and now at this day. to wit,


on the 11th day of January, 1950, at Stann Creek,
Gilbert Williams, Sergeant of Poiice, duly author-
ised and appointed by the Director of Surveys to
sue on his behalf, appears before me the under-
signed JAMES NATHANIEL MEIGHAN, Dis-
trict Commissioner,' but "the said OWNER OR
OWNERS OF THE ESTATE OF CHARLES
F. LONGSWORTH, although duly called doth
not appear by themselves, their counsels or attor-
neys, and it is now satisfactorily proved on oath
that the said OWNER OR OWNERS OF THE
ESTATE OF CHARLES F. LONGSWORTH, by
three consecutive publications in the Gazette dated
17th, 24th and 31st December, 1949, have been
duly served with the summons in this behalf
which required them to be and appear here at this
day before such Justices of the Peace for the said
Colony as should now be here to answer the said
complaint and to be further dealt with according
to law; and now having heard the matter of the
said complaint, I do adjudge the said OWNER
OR OWNERS OF THE ESTATE OF CHARLES
F. LONGSWORTH, to pay to the said DIREC-
TOR OF SURVEYS, the sum of $2.70 forthwith
and also to pay to the said DIRECTOR OF SUR-
VEYS the sum of $1.00 for his costs in this be-
half.

Given under my hand and seal this llth day of
January, in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and fifty at Stann Creek, in the
Colony aforesaid.

J. N. MEIGHAN,
District Commissioner. __


Stann Creek.


No. 65.


In re Estate of
lize, deceased.


FRANK MITCHELL late of Be-


To all whom it may concern:

TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of the powers
conferred upon me by section nine of the Official
Administrator Ordinance-Chapter 211 of the
Consolidated Laws, 1924-I FREDERICK
CHARLES. PEOLEY BOWEN, Acting Official
Administrator, intend on or after the 19th day of
May next to distribute the assets of the aforesaid
Frank Mitchell of Belize in the Belize District
among such claimants of whose claims I shall then
have notice.

AND further take notice that all claims against
the estate of the said Frank Mitchell must be de-
livered to me before the 19th day of May next.

AND further take notice that neither I nor the
Public Revenue will be liable in respect of any
assets distributed by me without express notice of
any such claim at the time of distribution.

DATED the 19th day of January, 1950.


F. C. P. BOWEN,
Acting Official Administratos


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52 BRPTIS HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 46.
District Commissioner's Office,
Punta Gorda, 19th January, 1950.

LAND APPLICATIONS.

Applications to lease lots in the town of Punta
Gorda are ,notified in the Government Gazette for
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity
of making any representations to this office in re.
ltion to any such application.
Such applications will be inserted in at least
three separate issues of the Gazette before they
wil be dealt with by the Governor, so that ap.
plicants must be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.
By Order.

ALBERT JOHNSTON,
Acting District Commissioner.
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TO LEASE.
. . Jan. 3, 1950-Jane Francisco-Toledo District,
situate in the town of Punta Gorda, being lot
formerly leased by Juliana Apolonio Lot No. 350
(expired).
. . Jan. 10, 1950-Jane Barcelona-Toledo Dis-
trict, situate in the town of Punta Gorda, Lot No.
488.
j . . ,'7 .:, ,m m [ I


No. 67.


Survey Department,

Belize, 14th January, 1950.

LAND APPLICATIONS.


Dec. 29, 1949-Lincoln Savery-StannCreek
District, situate in the Carib Reserve; being blocks
Nos, 330 and 331 10 acres
... Jan. 13, 1950-Eileen Usher-Belize District,
situate at Rockstone Pond Cohune Ridge, north
by section No. 64 (W. York), east by section No.
16 (C. Francis), south by section No. 59 (Catherine
Francis) and Crown land, west by section No. 61
(Crown land) being section No. 60 formerly oc-
cupied by James A.. Richards 16a. Ir. 31p.
. Jan. 16, 1950-Myrtle W. Gooden-Belize
District, situate on the east side of the Belize-
Corozal Road at 151 miles, north by Crown land,
east by Crown land, south by land occupied by
Edward C. Hoare, west by the road 10 acres
. Jan. 17, 1950-David A. Perry-Belize Dis-
trict, situate in the Chichawate Area, north by
Crown land, east by road reserve and land occu-
pied by Joseph Kirkwood, south by land occu-
pied by John Bayliss, west by land occupied by
Eleazor Thomas; being blocks Nos. 384 and 385
formerly occupied by applicant 19a. 2r. 7p.
S. Jan. 18, 1950-Sydney D. Thompson-Belize
District, situate on the west side of the Belize-
Corozal Road at 141 miles, north by the road and
Crown land, east by the road, south by Crown


land, west by Crown land


25 acres


LOCATION TICKETS CANCELLED.

S. D.S. 6886-Rafael Rosado-Cayo District
situate on the right ascending the Eastern Branch,
Belize River. 24a. 3r. 15p. (block No. 51). At
the request of the settler.

FREE GRANTS.

. .Dec. 23, 1949-Terence H. Belisle-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lt ol No2014


APPLICATIONS in connection with Otown
lands are notified in the Government Gazette . De. 23, 1949-Lee F.J. Longsworth-Belize
for the purpose of giving any.person an oppor- District, situate on the south side of the town of
tunity of making any representation to this office Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
in relation to any such application. lot No. 2026.
Dec. 28, 1949-Randolph A. Hauze-Belize
Such applications will be inserted in at least District, situate on the south side of the town of
three separate issues of the Gazette so applicants Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
must be prepared for this delay. I lot No. 2025.

The following applications are hereby notified. . Dec. 28, 1949-Hugh K. C. Richards-Belize
I District, situate on the south side of the town of
By Order. Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2004.
G. A. ELLIOTT.


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Dec. 29, 1949-Walter H. Belisle-Belize
Director of Surveys.. District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2005.


TO I..FASE. . .Dec. 28, 1949-Angus. C. Forte-Belize
'District, situate on the south side of the town of
.Dec. 12, 1949--amila Apolonio-Stann Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
Creek District, situate in the Village of Hopkins lot No. 2037.
lot No. 93
TO PURCHASE. Dec. 29, 1949-Arthur W. Smith-Belize
SDistrict, situate on the south side of the town of
Dec. 28, 1949-David Morrison-Stann Creek Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
District, situate on the left ascending the Stann lot No. 2022.
Creek Valley Road, north by the Stann Dec. 29, 1949-Walter E. Smith-Belize
Creek Valley Road, east by land occupied by District, situate on the south side of the town of
Charles Belisle, south by Crown land, west by Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
land occupied by applicant 5 acres lot No. 2031
Dec. 29, 1949-Felix Sabal-Stann Creek Dis-
trict, situate in the town of Stann Creek; being . Dec. 29, 1949-Daniel G. Q. Shiel-Belize
lot formerly leased to applicant lot No. 552 District, situate on the south side of the town of


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BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 53


Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2042
Dec. 29,1949-Donald E. W. Bowen-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town ol
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2012
. Dec. 29, 1949-Rudolph V. DeCosta-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town ol
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2030
.Dec. 29, 1949-Herman E. Flowers-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot .No. 2029
Dec. 29, 1949-Ernest Pascascio-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2013
Dec. 29, 1949-Desmond F. Parks-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2003.
.Dec. 29, 1949-Alfred W. Stanford-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2027.
Dec. 30, 1949-Rayford N. Forbes-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2045.
Dec. 30, 1949-Austin Gabourel-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2033.
Dec. 30, 1949-Austin J. Gordon-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2049.
Dec. 30, 1949-Alfred Martin-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2039.
Dec. 30, 1949-Harold Bennett-Belize
trict, situate on the south side of the town of Be-
lize, west by the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2035.
.Dec. 30, 1949-Sephen Webster-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2017.
Dec. 30, 1949-Melvin Major-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2028.
S. Dec. 30, 1949-Richard Taylor-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2015.
Dec. 31, 1949-Ewart E. Arnold-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2023.
.Dec. 31, 1949-Howard Adderley-Belize
District, situtae on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2034.
.Dec. 31, 1949-Allington Card-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2007.
SDec. 31, 1949-Robert Wade-Belize Dis-
trict, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2054.
Dec. 31, 1949-Hubert Sterling-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of


Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2032.
.Dec. 31, 1949-Clifford H. McKoy-Belize
SDistrict, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2009.
. Dec. 31, 1949-Donald Arnold-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2044.
S. Dec. 31, 1949-Walter E. Gentle-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2011.
SDec. 31, 1949-Charles Forman-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2036.
. Jan. 3, 1950-Herbert W. Arnold-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2051.
. Jan. 3, 1950-Joseph Thompson-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2050.
. Jan. 3, 1950-Herbert C. Gentle-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize. west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2019.
S. Jan. 3, 1950-Albert E. Butler-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
B:l:ze, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2052.
...Jan. 3, 1950-Walton A. Stanford-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2053.
. Jan. 3, 1950-Owen H. Burgess-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2010.
S. Jan. 3, 1950-Oliver L. Ottley-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2040.
.. Jan. 3, 1950-Richmond G. Fitzgibbon-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2024.
... Jan. 3, 1950-Norman K. Eusey-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2041.
S. Jan. 3, 1950--Lester D. Graham-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2020.
. Jan. 3, 1950-Samuel A. Harvey-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2043.
Jan. 3, 1950-Arthur N. Smith-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2038.
... Jan. 3, 1950-Robert J. Bradley-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2016.
Jan. 3, 1950-Maurice Middleton-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2008.
Jan. 3, 1950-Clifton N. Berry-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of





54 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

Belize, west of the New Southside Canal derson, west by the Belize-Corozal Road, being
lot No. 2006. land formerly occupied by Rosita Fleetwood
l ar


. . Jan 5, 1950--Hubert E. Bennett-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2018.
.. Jan. 6, 1950-Wilfred N. Myles-Belize
District, situate on the south side of the town of
Belize, west of the New Southside Canal
lot No. 2021.
Jan. 17, 1950-Noftuli Wischenka-Belize
District, situate in the Santana Reserve at 35
miles, north by land occupied by Doris Anderson,
east by Crown land and land occupied by Lucille
Smith, south by land occupied -by Josephine An-


S. Jan. 20, 1950-Herman Brooks-Belize Dis-
trict, situate on the Southside of Faber's Road,
in the town of Belize, north by the road, east by
Crown land, south by Crown land, west by Crown
land A lot.
LEASES CANCELLED
S. D.S. 6099-John J. Hohl-Stann Creek Dis-
trict-Wee Wee Cay. At the request of the
lessee.
. D.S. 7058-Margarita Martinez--Corozal
District-lots Nos. 269 and 270 at San Fernando
Township. At the request of the lessee.


No. 68.


M.P. 1/50.


Import Control Supply Office,
Belize, 27th January, 1950.

THE PRICE OF GOODS ORDER, 1944.

In exercise of the powers vested in him by Regulation 50 of the Defence
Regulations, 1939, (S. R. & O. No. 69), which regulation has effect by virtue
of the Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers) Act, 1945, as extended to
British Honduras by the Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers) (Colonies,
etc.) Order in Council, 1946) the Competent Authority hereby makes the fol-
lowing Order:-

1. This Order may be cited as the Price of Goods (Amendment No. 6}
Order, 1950, and shall be read and construed as one with the Price of Goods
Order, 1944, as amended, and shall come into operation on the first day of
February, 1950.

2. The Price of Goods Order, 1944, as amended by the Price of Goods
(Amendment No. 33) Order, 1947, made the llth June, 1947, the Price of
Goods (Amendment No. 1) Order, 1950, made the 12th January, 1950, and the
Price of Goods (Amendment No. 2) Order, 1950, made the 16th January, 1950,
is hereby further amended by the deletion of Part II of the First Schedule and
all amendments thereto and the substitution therefore of the following:-

"PART II.

LIST A.-DRY GOODS

ARTICLE Quantity Wholesale Retail

Column A Column B Column Ctf Column D**

Baby Set (Sweater & Cap) ................ 15% 20%
Baby Waterproof Pants .................... 15% 20%
Baskets-Market ........................... 3 doz. 15% 20%
Belts-$5.00 doz. and under
F.O.B. Factory .................... 12 doz. 15% 20%
Blankets-$1.25 each and under
F.O.B. Factory .................... 100 only 15% 20%
Bobbinette-Cotton ..................100 yards 15% 20%

t Maximum percentage which may be added to landed cost.
** Maximum percentage which may be added to wholesale price.


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BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 55

ARTICLE Quantity Wholesale Retail

Column A Column B Column Ctt Column D**


Boots and shoes-
(a) Canvas (tennis) $1.25 a
pair and under F.O.B.
Factory ..........................
(b) W ork Boots ......................
(c) Rubber Boots ....................
(d) All others-
(i) Men's-$4.00 pair and
under F.O.B. Factory
(ii) Women's-$2.50 pair
and under F.O.B.
Factory ..............
(iii) Children's-$1.75 pair
and under F.O.B.
Factory .... ..........
Brassieres-$4.50 doz. and under
F.O.B. Factory ..............
Cotton Undershirts-$3.50 doz. and
under F.O.B. Factory ........
Cotton Underpants-$4.00 doz. and
under F.O.B. Factory ........
,Cotton Piece Goods excluding Drills,
Denims, Osnaburg and Brown
Cotton 40 cents per yd. and under
F .O .B Factory ................:...............
Drills, Denims, Osnaburg and Brown
Cotton-45 cents per yard and
under F.O.B. Factory ....................
H am m ocks ..........................................
H andkerchiefs ................................
H ats, Llam a .....................................
Hosiery, Cotton and Rayon-
$2.50 a doz. and under F.O.B.
F actory ......... .............................
M osquito Nets ..... .........................
Panties-$4.00 a doz. and under
F .O .B Factory ..............................
Rubber heels for shoes ......................
Shirts-Blue and Khaki Work
Shirts-Other kinds-- 15.00 doz.
and under F.O.B. Factory ............
Soap-Imported Laundry ................

Soap- Toilet .....................................
Thread-Cotton Sewing ...................
Towels-Cotton-$4.00 doz. and
under F.O.B. Factory ..............
Trousers- W ork ..............................
W aterproof Sheeting ........................


doz.
doz.
doz.


6 doz.


6 doz.


6 doz.



25 doz.

25 doz.



1,000 yds.


1,000 yds.
3 doz.
3 gross
12 doz.


50 doz.
3 doz.

12 doz.
12 doz.
25 doz.

25 doz.
10 cases or
cartons
10 gross
12 gross

12 doz.
15 doz.


ttMaximum percentage which may be added to landed cost.
**Maximum percentage which may be added to wholesale price.


10%
10%
15%


15%


15%


15%

15%

15%

15%



15%


12*%
15%
15%
10%


10%
10%

15%
15%
10%

15%

10%
15%
10%

10%
10%
15%


15%
15%
20%


20%


20%


20%

20%

20%

20%



20%


20%
20%
20%
20%


15%
15%


20%
20%
20%

20%

15%
20%
20%

20%
15%
20%





56 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

LIST B.-GROCERIES, MARKET SUPPLIES, ETC.

ARTICLE Quantity Wholesale Retail

Column A Column B Column Cft Column D**


Baking Powder .............................. 100 doz.
Baking Soda .................................... 100 doz.
Black eye and lima beans ................... 25 bags
Block Salt-sulphur and plain 10 blocks
Biscuits-soda and other unsweetened 10 cases
or cartons
Candles ............... .............................. 200 lb.
Canned vegetables ............................ 10 cases
Cheese .............................. .... ...... ..... 200 lb.
Coffee-ground ............................... 10 cases
Cocoa in tins ............... ........... ......... 10 cases
or cartons
Cocoa in bulk ....................................... 200 lb.
Cornflour in packets .......................... 10 cases
Hen and chick feed, Laying mash
and growing mash ............................ 10 bags
Macaroni, vermicelli and spaghetti
im ported ....................................... 100 lb.
M atches ....................... .... .......... 20 cases
Meats, pickled in barrels ............... -
Meats-potted .............................. 15 cases
Onions and potatoes ...................... 1,000 lb.
Sardines .......... ..... .. ... ......... 10 case
Soda, Washing...................... .............. 1,000 lb.
Soups, canned ........................................ 10 cases
T ea ....................................................... 10 ca ses
Vienna Sausage ................................... 10 cases
Yeast............................................. 100 lb.


10%
10%
15%
15%

15%
15%
15%
12 /0
10%

10%
15%
15%

15%

15%
10%
121-%
12-%
20%
121%
15%
15%
10%
12-%
15%


15%
15%
20%
20%

20%
25%
20%_
25%
20%.

20%
25%
20%

20%

20%
15%
25%
20%
30%
20%
25%
20%
15%
20%
20%


LIST C.-MEDICINES AND DRUGS, ETC.

ARTICLE Quantity Wholesale Retail

Column A Colnmn B Column Ctf Column D**

Castor Oil ........... ......................... 25% 35%
Cod Liver Oil ....................................... 25% 35%
Cream of Tarter ................................ 25% 35%
Epsom Salts ........................................ 25% 35%
Senna Leaves ........................................ 25% 35%
Prophylactics for Malaria
M epacrine .................................... 25% 35%
Paludrine .............................. ...... 25% 35%
Plasm oquin .............................. 25% 35%
Quinine ................. .............. 25% 35%
----^.-----
LIST D.-HARDWARE.
ARTICLE Quantity Wholesale Retail
Column A Column B Column Ct? Column D**
Buckets, Galvanized ....................... 12 doz. 15% 20%
Canvas ................................ .......... - 40%
Cyanogas .......................................... Drum 15% 20%
Cyanogas Pump .................... 40%
Enamelware, all kinds ................ 12 doz. 15% 25%
Frying Pans ........................................ 12 doz. 15% 25
Galvanised Ridging, Guttering, pip-
ing and fittings ............... ............. 40%
ht 1rrurnfilrm nerrefntaae, w idchk, mau be, added to landed cost.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 57


LIST D.-HARDWARE-(continued).


ARTICLE Quantity Wholesale Retail

Column A Column B Column Ctt Column D**

Lanterns, Hurricane .......................... 6 doz. 15% 20%
Linseed Oil ........................................ 20% 25%
Loaded Shells ................................ 10 cases 15% 20%
M achetes ................................ ........... 24 doz. 121% 20%
Nails-galvanised, roofing and 1,000 lb. or
common wire ................................... 10 Kegs 20% 25%
Paints excluding enamel .................... 40%
Roofing, corrugated galvanised ........ -- 35%
Roofing, corrugated asbestos ............ 40%
Rope-Manilla and Sisal ............ 500 lb. 20% 25%
Tyres and Tubes-other than
bicycle ............................................- 35 %


jft Maximum percentage which may be added to landed cost.
** Maximum percentage which may be added to wholesale price."

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Competent Authority.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ing under and by virtue of the laws of the State of
FOLLOWING TRADEMARK: Delaware, one of the United States of America,
having its principal place of business at 630 Fifth
Avenue, City and State of New York, United
0 States of America.


is the exclusive Trademark of BRISTOL-M
tCOMPANY, a corporation organized and


The above mark is used by the said company
in connection with medicinal preparations such
as saline laxatives, uric-acid solvents, hepatic sti-
mulants, and eliminators of toxic products.
Any person infringing or improperly using the
above will be prosecuted under Chapter 207 of the
Consolidated Laws of British Honduras, 1924, and
otherwise dealt with as the law allows.

BRISTOL-MYERS COMPANY,
630 Fifth Avenue, New York,
United States of America.


Printed by the Government Printer




















Government Gazette
BRITISH HONDURAS-PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


No. 8 BELIZE, 4th FEBRUARY, 1950 Page 59

No. 69. M.P. 204/48.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 3rd February, 1950.

His Excellency the Governor directs the publication of the following Imperial
legislation:-
The British Nationality Act, 1948 (11 & 12 Geo. 6 Ch. 56);
The British Nationality Regulations (Statutory Instruments 1948 No. 2721).

By Command.

E. D. HONE,
Colonial Secretary.

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BRITISH NATIONALITY ACT, 1948.

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS.
PART I.
BRITISH NATIONALITY.
Section.
1. British nationality by virtue of citizenship.
2. Continuation of certain citizens of Eire as British subjects.
3. Limitation of criminal liability of citizens of countries mentioned in s. 1 (3) and
Eire. Status of citizens of Eire and British protected persons.

PART II.
CITIZENSHIP OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND COLONIES.
Citizenship by birth or descent.
4. Citizenship by birth.
5. Citizenship by descent.
Citizenship by registration.
6. Registration of citizens of countries mentioned in s. 1 (3) or of Eire and wives of citi-
zens of the United Kingdom and Colonies.
7. Registration of minors.
8. Registration in countries mentioned in s. 1 (3), colonies, etc.
9. Effect of registration as a citizen.





60 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

Citizenship by naturalisation.
Section.
10. Naturalisation of aliens and British protected persons.

Citizenship by incorporation of territory.
11. Power to specify citizens by Order in Council on incorporation of territory.

Transitional.
12. British subjects before commencement of Act becoming citizens of United King-
dom and Colonies.
13. Britisl.subject whose citizenship has not been ascertained at the commencement of
this Act.
14. Women who have ceased to be British subjects by reason of marriage.
15. Persons who have ceased to be British subjects by failure to make declaration of
retention of British Nationality.
16. Persons who have ceased to be British subjects on loss of British nationality by
parent.
17. Registration of births occurring before commencement of Act.
18. Applications for naturalisation pending at the commencement of Act.

Renunciation and Deprivation oj citizenship.
19. Renunciation of citizenship by reason of dual citizenship or nationality.
20. Deprivation of citizenship.
21. Deprivation of citizenship of United Kingdom and Colonies where persons de-
prived of citizenship elsewhere.
22. Deprivation in colonies and other territories.

PART III.
SUPPLEMENTAL.
23. Legitimated children.
24. Posthumous children.
25. Certificate of citizenship in case of doubt.
26. Discretion of Secretary of State, Governor or High Commissioner.
27. Evidence.
28. Offences.
29. Orders in Council, regulations and rules.
30. Protectorates and protected states.
31. Assimilation of status of natural-born and other British subjects under existing en-
actments.
32. InterpIetation.
33. Channel Islands and Isle of Man.
34. Short title, commencement and repeal.

SCHEDULES:
First Schedule.-Oath of allegiance.
Second Schedule.-Qualifications for naturalisation.
Third Schedule.-British subjects without citizenship under section thirteen of
this Act.
Fourth Schedule.-Enactments repealed.
Part I.-Enactments relating to natural-born British subjects.
Part II.-Other enactments.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 61


An Act to make provision for Brit;sh nationality and for citizenship of the
United Kingdom and Colonies and for purposes connected with the
matters aforesaid. [30th July 1948.]

BE it enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the
advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in
this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as
follows: -
PART 1.

BRITISH NATION ALI rY.
1. -(1) Every person who under this Act is a citizen of the United British
Kingdom and Colonies or who under any enactment for the time being in virtue by
force in any country mentioned in subsection (3) of this section is a citizen citizenship.
of that country shall by virtue of that citizenship have the status of a British
subject.
(2) Any person having the status aforesaid may be known either as a
British subject or as a Commonwealth citizen; and accordingly in this Act
and in any other enactment or instrument whatever, whether passed or made
before or after the commencement of this Act, the expression "British sub-
ject" and the expression "Commonwealth citizen" shall have the same mean-
ing.
(3) The following are the countries hereinbefore referred to, that is to
say, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Union of South Afr:ca, New-
foundland, India, Pakistan, Southern Rhodesia and Ceylon.
2.-(1) Any citizen of Eire who immediately before the commence- Continuance of
ment of this Act was also a British subject shall not by reason of anything Certain citizen of
contained in section one of this Act be deemed to have ceased to be a British subjects.
subject if at any time he gives notice in writing to the Secretary of State
claiming to remain a British subject on all or any of the following grounds,
that is to say-
(a) that he is or has been in Crown service under His Majesty's
government in the United Kingdom;
(b) Lhat he is the holder of a British passport issued by His Ma-
jesty's government in the United Kingdom or the government of any
colony, protectorate, United Kingdom mandated territory or United
Kingdom trust territory;
(c) that he has associations by way of descent, residence or other-
wise with the United Kingdom or with any colony or protectorate or
any such territory as aforesaid.
(2) A claim under the foregoing subsection may be made on behalf
of a child who has not attained the age of sixteen years by any person who
satisfies the Secretary of State that he is a parent or guardian of the child.
(3) If by any enactment for the time being in force in any country men-
tioned in subsection (3) of section one of this Act provision corresponding
to the foregoing provisions of this section is made for enabling citizens of
Eire to claim to remain British subjects, any person who by virtue of that
enactment is a British subject shall be deemed also to be a British subject
by virtue of this section.
3.-(1) A British subject or citizen of Eire who is not a citizen of the Limitation of
United Kingdom and Colonies shall not be guilty of an offence against the fcrimin liability
laws of any part of the United Kingdom and Colonies or of any protecto- countries men-
rate or United Kingdom trust territory by reason of anything done or and Eire. Status
omitted in any country mentioned in subsection (3) of section one of this ofcitizensofFire
Act or in Eire or in any foreign country, unless-- aned Bs pros.
(a) the act or omission would be an offence if he were an alien;
and
(b) in the case of an act or omission in any country mentioned in
subsection (3) of section one of this Act or in Eire, it would be an of-
fence if the country in which the act is done or the omission made were
a foreign country:





52 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


PART I.-cont.


4. Subject to the provisions of this section, every person born within
the United Kingdom and Colonies after the commencement of this Act shall
be a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies by birth:
Provided that a person shall not be such a citizen by virtue of this sec-
tion if at the time of his birth-
(a) his father possesses such immunity from suit and legal process
as is accorded to an envoy of a foreign sovereign power accredited to
His Majesty, and is not a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies;
or
(b) his father is an enemy alien and the birth occurs in a place then
under occupation by the enemy.
5.-(1) Subject to the provisions of this section, a person born after
the commencement of this Act shall be a citizen of the United Kingdom and
Colonies by descent if his father is a c tizen of the United Kingdom and Col-
onies at the time of the birth:
Provided that if the father of such a person is a citizen of the United
Kingdom and Colonies by descent only, that person shall not be a citizen
of the United Kingdom and Colonies by virtue of this section unless-
(a) that person is born or his father was born in a protectorate,
protected state, mandated territory or trust territory or any place in
a foreign country where by treaty, capitulation, grant, usage, suffer-
ance, or other lawful means, His Majesty then has or had jurisdiction
over British subjects; or
(b) that person's birth having occurred in a place in a foreign coun-
try other than a place such as is mentioned in the last foregoing para-
graph, the birth is registered at a United Kingdom consulate within
one year of its occurrence, or, with the permission of the Secretary of
State, later; or
(c) that person's father is, at the time of the birth, in Crown ser-
vice under His Majesty's government in the United Kingdom; or
(d) that person is born in any country mentioned in subsection
(3) of section one of this Act in which a citizenship law has then taken
effect and does not become a citizen thereof on birth.
(2) If the Secretary of State so directs, a birth shall be deemed for the
purposes of this section to have been registered with his permission notwith-
standing that his permission was not obtained before the registration.


Citizenship by registration.
S6. -(1) Subject to the provisions of subsection (3) of this section, a
citizens of coun- citizen of any country mentioned in subsection (3) of section one of this Act
tries mentioned or a citizen of Eire, being a person of full age and capacity, shall be entitled,
in s. 1 (3) or of
Eire and wives of on making application therefore to the Secretary of State in the prescribed
citizens of the manner to be registered as a citizen of the United Kingdom and Col-
UnitCed Kindom onies if he satisfies the Secretary of State either-
and Colonies.


Provided that nothing in this subsection shall apply to the contraven-
tion of any provision of the Merchant Shipping Acts, 1894 to 1948.
(2) Subject to the provisions of this section, any law in force in any
part of the United Kingdom and Colonies or in any protectorate or United
Kingdom trust territory at the date of the commencement of this Act, whe-
ther byvirtue of a rule of law or of an Act of Parliament or any other enact-
ment or instrument whatsoever, and any law which by virtue of any Act of
Parliament passed before that date comes into force in any such place as
aforesaid on or after that date, shall, until provision to the contrary is made
by the authority having power to alter that law, continue to have effect in
relation to citizens of Eire who are not British subjects in like manner as it
has effect in relation to British subjects.
(3) In the Aliens Restriction Acts, 1914 and 1919, and in any order
made thereunder the expression "alien" shall not include a Brit;sh protect-
ed person.
PART 1I.
CITIZENSHIP OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND COLONIFS.
Citizenship by birth or descent.


Citizenship by
birth.










Citizenship by
descent:





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 63


(a) that he is ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom and has
been so resident throughout the period of twelve months, or such short-
er period as the Secretary of State may in the special circumstances of
any particular case accept, immediately preceding his application; or
(b) that he is in Crown service under His Majesty's government
in the United Kingdom.
(2) Subject to the provisions of subsection (3) of this section, a wo-
man who has been married to a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colo-
nies shall be entitled, on making application therefore to the Secretary of
State in the prescribed manner, and, if she is a British protected person or
an alien, on taking an oath of allegiance in the form specified in the First
Schedule to this Act, to be registered as a citizen of the United Kingdom
and Colonies, whether or not she is of full age and capacity.
(3) A person who has renounced, or has been deprived of, citizenship
of the United Kingdom and Colonies under this Act shall not be entitled to
be registered as a citizen thereof under this section, but may be so registered
with the approval of the Secretary of State.


PART II.-cont.


7.-(1) The Secretary of State may cause the minor child of any citi- Registration
zen of the United Kingdom and Colonies to be registered as a citizen of the o0 minors.
United Kingdom and Colonies upon application made in the prescribed
manner by a parent or guardian of the child.
(2) The Secretary of State may, in such special circumstances as he
thinks fit, cause any minor to be registered as a citizen of the United King-
dom and Colonies.
8.-(1) The functions of the Secretary of State under the last two fore- Registration in
going sections shall in any colony, protectorate or United Kingdom trust iountrienS men 3)
territory be exercised by the Governor; and those sections shall, in their colonies, etc.
application to any colony, protectorate or United Kingdom trust territory,
have effect as if for references therein to the Secretary of State there were
substituted references to the Governor, and as if for the reference in the first
of the said sections to ordinary residence in the United Kingdom there were
substituted a reference to ordinary residence in that colony, protectorate or
territory as the case may be.
(2) The Secretary of State may make arrangements for the exercise in
any country mentioned in subsection (3) of section one of this Act of any of
his functions under the last two foregoing sections by the High Commissioner
for His Majesty's government in the United Kingdom.
9. A person registered under any of the last three foregoing sections Effect of
registration as a
shall be a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies by registration as citizen.
from the date on which he is registered.


Citizenship by naturalisation.


10.-(1) The Secretary of State may, if application therefore is made to
him in the prescribed manner by any alien or British protected person of
full age and capacity who satisfies him that he is qualified under the provi-
sions of the Second Schedule to this Act for naturalisation, grant to him a
certificate of naturalisation; and the person to whom the certificate is granted
shall, on taking an oath of allegiance in the form specified in the First
Schedule to this Act, be a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies by
naturalisation as from the date on which that certificate is granted.
(2) The functions of the Secretary of State under the last foregoing
subsection shall in any colony, protectorate or United Kingdom trust terri-
tory be exercised by the Governor; but he shall not grant a certificate of
naturalisation except with the approval of the Secretary of State.

Citizenship by incorporation of territory.

11. If any territory becomes a part of the United Kingdom and Colo-
nies, His Majesty may by Order in Counc;l specify the persons who shall be
citizens of the United Kingdom and Colonies by reason of their connection
with that territory; and those persons shall be citizens of the United King-
dom and Colonies as from a date to be specified in the Order.


Naturalisation
of aliens and
British protected
persons.


Power to
specify
citizens
by Order in
Council on
incorporation
of territory.





)i4 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


PARTLH.-cont.
British subjects
before com-
mencement of
Act becoming
citizens of Unite
Kingdom and
Colonies.


Transitional.


12. -(1) A person who was a British subject immediately before the
date ot the commencement of this Act shall on that date become a citizen
of the United Kingdom and Colonies if he possesses any of the following
d qualifications, that is to say-
(a) that he was born within the territories comprised at the com-
mencement of this Act in the UniLed Kingdom and Colonies, and would
have been such a citizen if section four of this Act had been in force at
the time of his birth;
(b) that he is a person naturalised in the United Kingdom and
Colonies;
(c) that he became a British subject by reason of the annexation
of any territory included at the commencement of this Act in the United
Kingdom and Colonies.
(2) A person who was a British subject immediately before the date
of the commencement of this Act shall on that date become a citizen of the
United Kingdom and Colonies if at the time of his birth his father was a
British subject and possessed any of the qualifications specified in the last
foregoing subsection.
(3) A person who was a British subject immediately before the date
of the commencement of this Act shall on that date become a citizen of the
United Kingdom and Colonies if he was born within the territory comprised
at the commencement of this Act in a protectorate, protected state or United
Kingdom trust territory.
(4) A person who was a British subject immediately before the date
of the commencement of this Act and does not become a citizen of the United
Kingdom and Colonies by virtue of any of the foregoing provisions of this
section shall on that date become such a citizen unless-
(a) he is then a citizen of any country mentioned in subsection (3)
of section one of this Act under a citizenship law having effect in that
country, or a citizen of Eire; or
(b) he is then potentially a citizen of any country mentioned in
subsection (3) of section one of this Act.
(5) A woman who was a British subject immediately before the date
of the commencement of this Act and has before that date been married to
a person who becomes, or would but for his death have become, a citizen
of the United Kingdom and Colonies by virtue of any of the foregoing pro-
visions of this section shall on that date herself become such a citizen.
(6) If any person of full age and capacity who would have become a
citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies on the date of the commence-
ment of this Act by virtue of subsection (4) of this section but for his citizen-
ship or potential citizenship of any country mentioned in subsection (3) of
section one of this Act makes application to the Secretary of State in the
prescribed manner before the first day of January nineteen hundred and
fifty for the registration of himself and any of his minor children as citizens
of the United Kingdom and Colonies, and on such application satisfies the
Secretary of State-
(a) that he is descended in the male line from a person possessing
any of the qualifications specified in subsection (1) of this section: and
(b) that he intends to make his ordinary place of residence within
the United Kingdom and Colonies,
then, if it seems to the Secretary of State fitting that that person should by
reason of his close connection with the United Kingdom and Colonies be-
come a citizen thereof, the Secretary of State may cause him, and any minor
children to whom the application relates, to be registered as such; and that
person, and any such minor children as aforesaid, shall thereupon become
citizens of the United Kingdom and Colonies.
(7) The Secretary of State may make arrangements for the exercise
in any country mentioned in subsection (3) of section one of this Act of any
of his functions under the last foregoing subsection by the High Commis-
sioner for His Majesty's government in the United Kingdom.
(8) A male person who becomes a citizen of the United Kingdom and
Colonies by virtue only of subsection (2), (4) or (6) of this section shall be
deemed for the purposes of the proviso to subsection (1) of section five of
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BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 65

13.-(1) A person who was a British subject immediately before the PAIT L.-cont.
date of the commencement of this Act and is at that date potentially a citizen British subjects
of any country mentioned in subsection (3) of section one cf this Act, but whose citizenship
is not at that date a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies or of any ascertained at the
country mentioned in that subsection or of Eire, shall as from that date re- othise Act.
main a British subject without citizenship until he becomes a citizen of the
United Kingdom and Colonies, a citizen of any country mentioned in sub-
section (3) of section one of this Act, a citizen of Eire or an alien; and the
provisions of the Third Schedule to this Act shall have effect in relation to a
person who remains a British subject without citizenship by virtue of this
section.
(2) A person remaining a British subject without citizenship as afore-
said shall become a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies on the day
on which a citizenship law has taken effect in each of the countries men-
tioned in subsection (3) of section one of this Act of which he is potentially
a citizen, unless he then becomes or has previously become a citizen of any
country mentioned in subsection (3) of section one of this Act, or has pre-
viously become a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies, a citizen of
Eire or an alien.
(3) A male person who becomes a citizen of the United Kingdom and
Colonies by virtue of the last foregoing subsection shall be deemed for the
purposes of the proviso to subsection (1) of section five of this Act to be a
citizen thereof by descent only.
14. A woman who, having before the commencement of this Act Women who
have ceased to be
married any person, ceased on that marriage or during the continuance British subjects
thereof to be a British subject shall be deemed for the purposes of this Act bv reasonof
to have been a British subject immediately before the commencement of
this Act.
15.-(1) Where any person whose British nationality depended upon Persons who
his birth having been registered at a consulate of His Majesty has, under have ceased to be
British subjects
any enactment in force at any time before the commencement of this Act, bytailuretomake
ceased to be a British subject by reason of his failure to make a declaration dearation of
of retention of British nationality after becoming of full age, that person British
shall, if he would but for that failure have been a British subject immediately nationality.
before the commencement of this Act, be deemed for the purposes of this
Act then to have been a British subject.
(2) In determining for the purposes of this section whether a woman
who has married an alien would but for her failure to make a declaration
of retention of British nationality have been a British subject immediately
before the commencement of this Act the marriage shall be dist t.Lrded.
16.-(1) This section shall apply to any person who- Persons who
(a) ceased to be a British subject under the provisions of subsection have ceased to be
British subjects
(1) of section twelve of the British Nationality and Status of Aliens Act, on loss of British
1914 (which provided, subject to certain exceptions, that where a person nationaty by
being a British subject ceased to be such, whether by declaration of 4&5Geo.5.c.17.
alienage or otherwise, every child of that person being a minor should
thereupon ceased to be a British subject), and
(b) would but for the provisions of that subsection have been either
a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies or a British subject with-
out citizenship under section thirteen of this Act;
and in determining for the purposes of this section whether a woman who
has married an alien would but for those provisions have been such a citizen
or subject the marriage shall be disregarded.
(2) If any person to whom this section applies makes a declaration
in the prescribed manner, within one year after the commencement of this
Act or after his attaining the age of twenty-one years, whichever is later, or
such longer period as the Secretary of State may allow, of his intention to
resume British nationality, the Secretary of State shall cause the declaration
to be registered; and thereupon that person shall become a citizen of the
United Kingdom and Colonies or, as the case may be, a British subject with-
out citizenship; and if he becomes a British subject without citizenship section
thirteen of this Act shall apply to him accordingly.





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PART II.-cont.
Registration of
births occurring
before com-
mencement of
Act.
6 & 7 Geo. 6.
c. 14.


Applications for
naturalisation
pending at the
commencement
of Act.


17. Notwithstanding the repeal by this Act of the British Nationality
and Status of Aliens Act, 1943, the birth of a person born before the date of
the commencement of this Act may be registered after that date at a consulate
of His Majesty as defined in that Act; and if the birth is registered in the cir-
cumstances specified in subsection (2) of section one of that Act, that person
shall be deemed for the purposes of this Act to have been a British subject
immediately before the commencement of this Act.
18.-(1) Any application for a certificate of naturalisation, or for the
inclusion of the name of a child in a certificate of naturalisation, made before
the date of the commencement of this Act but not granted at that date may
be treated as if it were an application for a certificate of naturalisation or for
the registration of a minor child as a citizen of the United Kingdom and
Colonies under this Act if the Secretary of State, or the Governor or other
person to whom the application is made, is satisfied that the person to whom
the application relates is qualified therefore.
(2) Where a certificate of naturalisation has been granted before, and
the applicant takes the oath of allegiance after, the commencement of this
Act, the certificate shall be deemed for the purposes of this Act to have taken
effect immediately before the commencement of this Act.

Renunciation and Deprivation of citizenship.


Renunciation of 19.-(1) If any citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies of full age
citizenship by
reason of dual and capacity who is also-
citizenship or (a) a citizen of any country mentioned in subsection (3) of section
nationality. one of this Act or of Eire; or
(b) a national of a foreign country,
makes a declaration in the prescribed manner of renunciation of citizenship
of the United Kingdom and Colonies, the Secretary of State shall cause the
declaration to be registered: and, upon the registration, that person shall
cease to be a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies:
Provided that the Secretary of State may withhold registration of any
such declaration if it is made during any war in which His Majesty may be
engaged by a person who is a national of a foreign country.
(2) For the purposes of this section, any woman who has been married
shall be deemed to be of full age.
Deprivation 20.-(1) A citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies who is such
of citizenship. by registration (including a person registered under subsection (6) of section
twelve of this Act) or is a naturalised person shall cease to be a citizen of the
United Kingdom and Colonies if he is deprived of that citizenship by an
order of the Secretary of State made under this or the next following section.
(2) Subject to the provisions of this section, the Secretary of State may
by order deprive any such citizen of his citizenship if he is satisfied that the
registration or certificate of naturalisation was obtained by means of fraud,
false representation or the concealment cf any material fact.
(3) Subject to the provisions of this section, the Secretary of State may
by order deprive any citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies who is a
naturalised person of that citizenship if he is satisfied that that citizen-
(a) has shown himself by act or speech to be disloyal or disaffected
towards His Majesty; or
(b) has, during any war in which His Majesty was engaged, un-
lawfully traded or communicated with an enemy or been engaged in or
associated with any business that was to his knowledge carried on in
such a manner as to assist an enemy in that war; or
(c) has within five years after becoming naturalised been sentenced
in any country to imprisonment for a term of not less than twelve months.
(4) The Secretary of State may by order deprive any person naturalised
in the United Kingdom and Colonies of his citizenship of the United King.
dom and Colonies if he is sati sfied that that person has been ordinarilyresident
in foreign countries for a continuous period of seven years and during that
period has neither-





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

(a) been at any time in the service of His Majesty or of an inter- PAR n.--cot.
national organisation of which the government of any part of His
Majesty's dominions was a member; nor
(b) registered annually in the prescribed manner at a United King-
dom consulate his intention to retain his citizenship of the United King-
dom and Colonies.
(5) The Secretary of State shall not deprive a person of citizenship
-under this section unless he is satisfied that it is not conducive to the public
good that that person should continue to be a citizen of the United Kingdom
and Colonies.
(6) Before making an order under this section the Secretary of State
shall give the person against whom the order is proposed to be made notice
in writing informing him of the ground on which it is proposed to be made
and, if the order is proposed to be made on any of the grounds specified in
subsections (2) and (3) of this section, of his right to an inquiry under this
section.
(7) If the order is proposed to be made on any of the grounds specified
in subsections (2) and (3) of this section and that person applies in the pre-
scribed manner for an inquiry, the Secretary of State shall, and in any other
case the Secretary of State may, refer the case to a committee of inquiry
consisting of a chairman, being a person possessing judicial experience,
appointed by the Secretary of State and of such other members appointed
by the Secretary of State as he thinks proper.
21.-(1) Where a naturalised person who was a citizen of any country Deprivation
mentioned in subsection (3) of section one of this Act or of Eire has been of citzensip of
United Kingdom
deprived of that citizenship on grounds which, in the opinion of the Secretary and Colonies
of State, are substantially similar to any of the grounds specified in sub- whee ved os
sections (2), (3) and (4) of the last foregoing section, then, if that person is a citizenship
citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies, the Secretary of State may by elsewhere.
an order made under this section deprive him of that citizenship, if the Secre-
tary of State is satisfied that it is not conducive to the public good that that
person should continue to be a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies.
(2) Before making an order under this section the Secretary of State
shall give the person against whom the order is proposed to be made notice
in writing informing him of the ground on which it is proposed to be made
and may refer the case to a committee of inquiry constituted in the manner
provided by the last foregoing section.
22. The functions of the Secretary of State under the last two foregoing Deprivation in
sections shall, in any colony, protectorate or United Kingdom trust territory, colonieand
be exercised by the Governor; but he shall not make an order depriving any
person of citizenship of the United Kingdom and Colonies except with the
approval of the Secretary of State.

PART IIJ.
SUPPLEMENT TAL.
23.-(1) A person born out of wedlock and legitimate by the sub- Leitimated
sequent marriage of his parents shall, as from the date of the marriage or of chi'--
the commencement of this Act, whichever is later, be treated, for the purpose
of determining whether he is a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies,
or was a British subject immediately before the commencement of this Act,
as if he had been born legitimate.
(2) A person shall be deemed for the purposes of this section to have
been legitimate by the subsequent marriage of his parents if by the law of
the place in which his father was domiciled at the time of the marriage the
marriage operated immediately or subsequently to legitimate him, and not
otherwise.
24. Any reference in this Act to the status or description of the father Posthumous
of a person at the time of that person's birth shall, in relation to a person children.
born after the death of his father, be construed as a reference to the status or
description of the father at the time of the father's death; and where that
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PAT II.-cont. Act, the status or description which would have been applicable to the father
had he died after the commencement of this Act shall be deemed to be their
status or description applicable to him at the time of his death.
Certifcate of 25. The Secretary of State may in such cases as he thinks fit, on the
citizenship in application of any person with respect to whose citizenship of the United
Kingdom and Colonies a doubt exists, whether on a question of fact or of
law, certify that that person is a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies;
and a certificate issued under this section shall, unless it is proved that it was-
obtained by means of fraud, false representation or concealment of any
material fact, be conclusive evidence that that person was such a citizen on
the date thereof, but without prejudice to any evidence that he was such a
citizen at an earlier date.
Discretion of 26. The Secretary of State, the Governor or the High Commissioner,
Secretary of as the case may be, shall not be required to assign any reason for the grant
State, Governor
or High Com- or refusal of any application under this Act the decision on which is at his
missioner. discretion; and the decision of the Secretary of State, Governor or High
Commissioner on any such application shall not be subject to appeal to or
review in any court.
Evidence. 27.-(1) Every document purporting to be a notice, certificate, or-
der or declaration, or an entry in a register, or a subscription of an oath of
allegiance, given, granted or made under this Act, the British Nationality
and Status of Aliens Acts, 1914 to 1943, or any Act repealed by those Acts,
shall be received in evidence, and shall, unless the contrary is proved, be
deemed to have been given, granted or made by or on behalf of the person
by whom or on whose behalf it purports to have been given, granted or
made.
(2) Prima facie evidence of any such document as aforesaid may be
given by production of a document purporting to be certified as a true copy
thereof by such person and in such manner as may be prescribed. '
(3) Any entry in a register made under this Act, the British Nationality
and Status of Aliens Acts, 1914 to 1943, or any Act repealed by those Acts,
shall be received as evidence of the matters stated in the entry.
(4) For the purposes of this Act, a certificate given by or on behalf of
the Secretary of State that a person was at any time in Crown service under
His Majesty's government in the United Kingdom shall be conclusive evi-
dence of that fact.


Offences.









Orders in Coun-
cil, regulations
and rules.


28.-(1) Any person who for the purpose of procuring anything to be
done or not to be done under this Act makes any statement which he knows
to be false in a material particular, or recklessly makes any statement which
is false in a material particular, shall be liable on summary conviction in the
United Kingdom to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months.
(2) Any person who fails to comply with any requirement imposed on
him by regulations made under this Act with respect to the delivering up ol
certificates of naturalisation shall be liable on summary conviction in the
United Kingdom to a fine not exceeding one hundred pounds.
29.-(1) The Secretary of State may by regulations make provision
generally for carrying into effect the purposes of this Act, and in particular-
(a) for prescribing anything which under this Act is to be pre-
scribed;
(b) for the registration of anything required or authorised under
this Act to be registered;
(c) for the administration and taking of oaths of allegiance under
this Actfor the time within which oaths of allegiance shall be taken
and for the registration of oaths of allegiance;
(d) for the giving of any notice required or authorised to be given
to any person under this Act:
(e) for the cancellation of the registration of, and the cancellation
and amendment of certificates of naturalisation relating to, persons de-
prived of citizenship under this Act, and for requiring such certificates
to be delivered up for those purposes;
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BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 0


service of His Majesty's government in the United Kingdom of the
births and deaths of persons of any class or description born or dying
in a protected state or foreign country;
(g) for enabling the births and deaths of citizens of the United
Kingdom and Colonies and British protected persons born or dying in
any country in which His Majesty's government in the United Kingdom
has for the time being no diplomatic or consular representatives to be
registered by persons serving in the diplomatic, consular or other foreign
service of any country which, by arrangement with His Majesty's gov-
ernment in the United Kingdom, has undertaken to represent that
government's interest in that country, or by a person authorized in that
behalf by the Secretary of State;
(h) with the consent of the Treasury, for the imposition and re-
covery of fees in respect of any application made to the Secretary of
State under this Act or in respect of any ragitration, or the making of
any declaration, or the grant of any certificate, or the taking of any
oath of allegiance, authorised to be made, granted or taken by or under
this Act, and in respect of supplying a certified or other copy of any
notice, certificate, order, declaration or entry, given, granted or made
as aforesaid; and for the application of any such fees.
(2) His Majesty may by Order in Council provide for the application,
with such adaptations and modifications as may be necessary, to births and
deaths registered in accordance with regulations made under paragraphs (f)
and (g) of the last foregoing subsection, or registered at a consulate of His
Majesty in accordance with regulations made under the British Nationality
and Status of Aliens Acts, 1914 to 1943, or in accordance with instructions
of the Secretary of State, of the Births and Deaths Registration Acts, 1836
to 1947, the Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages (Scotland) Acts,
1854 to 1938, or any Act (including any Act, whether passed before or after
the commencement of this Act, of the Parliament of Northern Ireland) for
the time being in force in Northern Ireland relating to the registration of
births and deaths; and any such Order in Council may exclude, in relation
to births and deaths so registered, any of the provisions of section twenty-
seven of this Act.
(3) The Secretary of State or, as the case may be, the Governor of any
colony, protectorate or United Kingdom trust territory may make rules for
the practice and procedure to be followed in connection with references un-
der this Act to a committee of inquiry; and such rules may, in particular,
provide for conferring on any such committee any powers, rights or privi-
leges of any court, and for enabling any powers so conferred to be exercised
by one or more members of the committee.
(4) Any power of the Secretary of State to make regulations or rules
under this Act shall be exercised by statutory instrument.
(5) Any Order in Council made under this Act may be revoked or
varied by a subsequent Order in Council.


PAM iJ-ct.


30.--(1) His Majesty may, in relation to the states and territories un- Protectorates
der His protection through His government in the United Kingdom, by Or- ",,ctd
der in Council declare which of those states and territories are protectorates
and which of them are protected states for the purposes of this Act.
(2) His Majesty may by Order in Council apply the provisions of this
Act to the New Hebrides and to Canton Island as if they were protected
states.
(3) His Majesty may by Order in Council direct that in this Act any
reference specified in the Order to protectorates shall be. construed as in-
cluding a reference to such protected states as may be so specified, and that
in relation to any protected state so specified any reference in this Act to the
Governor shall be construed as including a reference to such person as may
be specified in the Order.


31. For the purpose of assimilating the rights and liabilities of natural-
born and other British subjects under the enactments specified in Part I of
the Fourth Schedule to this Act, those enactments are hereby repealed to
the extent specified in the third column of that Part.


Assimilation of
status of natural-
born and other
British subjects
under existing
enactments.





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rPA m.-cOnt. 32.-(1) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires, the follow-
interpretation. ing expressions have the meanings hereby respectively ascribed to them, that
is to say:-
"Alien" means a person who is not a British subject, a British pro-
tected person or a citizen of Eire;
"Australia" includes the territories of Papua and the territory of
Norfolk Island;
"British protected person" means a person who is a member of a
class of persons declared by Order in Council made in relation to any
protectorate, protected state, mandated territory or trust territory to
be for the purposes of this Act British protected persons by virtue of
their connection with that protectorate, state or territory;
"Colony" does not include any country mentioned in subsection
(3) of section one of this Act;
"Crown service Kingdom" means the service of the Crown under His Majesty's gov-
ernment in the United Kingdom, or under His Majesty's government
in Northern Ireland, or under the government of any colony, protecto-
rate, protected state, United Kingdom mandated territory or United
Kingdom trust territory, whether such service is in any part of
His Majesty's dominions or elsewhere; "Foreign country" means a
country other than the United Kingdom, a colony, a country mentioned
in subsection (3) of section one of this Act, Eire, a protectorate, a pro-
tected state, a mandated territory and a trust territory;
"Governor", in relation to a colony, protectorate or United
Kingdom trust territory, includes the officer for the time being adminis-
tering the government of that colony, protectorate or territory, and in-
cludes the person for the time being exercising the functions of British
Resident at Zanzibar;
"Mandated territory" means a territory administered by the gov-
ernment of any part of His Majesty's dominions in accordance with a
mandate from the League of Nations;
"Minor" means a person who has not attained the age of twenty-
one years;
"Naturalised person" means a person who became a British sub-
ject or citizen of Eire by virtue of a certificate of naturalisation granted
to him or in which his name was included;
"Person naturalised in the United Kingdom and Colonies"
means-
(a) in relation to a person naturalised after the commence-
ment of this Act, a person to whom a certificate of naturalisation
has been granted by the Secretary of State or by the Governor o f
a colony, protectorate or United Kingdom trust territory;
(b) in relation to a person naturalised before the commence-
ment of this Act,
(i) a person to whom a certificate of naturalisation was
granted by the Secretary of State, or, under section eight of
the British Nationality and Status of Aliens Act, 1914, by the
government of any British possession other than the countries
mentioned in subsection (3) of section one of this Act, or
(ii) a person who by virtue of subsection (2) of section
twenty-seven of the British Nationality and Status of Aliens
Act, 1914, is deemed to be a person to whom a certificate of
naturalisation was granted, if the certificate of naturalisation
in which his name was included was granted by the Secretary
of State or by the government of any such British possession
as aforesaid or if he was deemed to be a naturalised British
subject by reason of his residence with his father or mother;
"Prescribed" means prescribed by regulations made under this
Act;
"Protected state" and "protectorate" have the meaning assigned
to them by section thirty of this Act;
"Trust territory" means a territory administered by the govern-





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 71

ment of any part of His Majesty's dominions under the trusteeship sys- PAT mL-c-w.
ter of the United Nations;
"United Kingdom consulate" means the office of a consular officer
of His Majesty's government in the United Kingdom where a register
of births is kept, or where there is no such office, such office as may be
prescribed;
"United Kingdom mandated territory" and "United Kingdom
trust territory" mean respectively a mandated territory and a trust ter-
ritory administered by His Majesty's government in the United King-
dom.
(2) Subject to the provisions of section twenty-three of this Act any
*reference in this Act to a child shall be construed as a reference to a legiti-
mate child; and the expressions "father", "ancestor" and "descended" shall
be construed accordingly.
(3) References in this act to any country mentioned in subsection (3)
of section one of this Act shall include references tf the dependencies of that
country.
.(4) Any reference in this Act to India, being a reference to a state of
affairs existing before the fifteenth day of August, nineteen hundred and IEd w. c.
forty-seven, shall be construed as a reference to British India as defined by
section three hundred and eleven of the Government of India Act, 1935.
(5) For the purposes of this Act, a person born aboard a registered
ship or aircraft, or aboard an unregistered ship or aircraft of the government
of any country, shall be deemed to have been born in the place in which the
ship or aircraft was registered or, as the case may be, in that country.
(6) For the purposes of this Act, any person who, by the law in force
immediately before the commencement of this Act in any colony or protec-
torate, enjoyed the privileges of naturalisation within that colony or protec-
torate only shall be deemed to have become immediately before the com-
mencement of this Act a British subject and a person naturalised in
the United Kingdom and Colonies.
(7) A person shall, in relation to any country mentioned in subsection
(3) of section one of this Act in which a citizenship law has not taken effect
.at the date of the commencement of this Act, be deemed for the purposes of
this Act to be potentially a citizen of that country at that date if he, or his
nearest ancestor in the male line who acquired British nationality otherwise
than by reason of his parentage, acquired British nationality by any of the
following means, that is to say-
(a) by birth within the territory comprised at the date of the com-
mencement of this Act in that country; or
(b) by virtue of a certificate of naturalisation granted by the gov-
ernment of that country; or
(c) by virtue of the annexation of any territory included at the date
of the commencement of this Act in that country;
and a woman shall, in addition, be deemed for the purposes of this Act to
be at the commencement of this Act potentially a citizen of any country men-
tioned in subsection (3) of section one of this Act if any person to whom
she has been married is, or would but for his death have been, potentially
,a citizen thereof at that date.
(8) In this Act the expression "citizenship law" in relation to
any country mentioned in subsection (3) of section one of this Act means an
enactment of the legislature of that country declared by order of the Secre-
tary of State made by statutory instrument at the request of the government
of that country to be an enactment making provision for citizenship thereof;
and a citizenship law shall be deemed for the purposes of this Act to have
taken effect in a country on the date which the Secretary of State by order
so made at the request of the government of that country declares to be the
date on which it took effect.
(9) A person shall for the purposes of this Act be of full age if he has
.attained the age of twenty-one years and of full capacity if he is not of un-
sound mind.
(10) For the purposes of this Act, a person shall be deemed not to
have attained a given age until the commencement of the relevant annivers-
ary of the day of his birth.
(11) Any reference in this Act to any other Act shall, unless the con-





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PART I.--out.



Channel Islands
and Isle of Man.





Short title,
commencement
and repeal.


text otherwise requires, be construed as a reference to that Act as amended
by or under any other enactment.
33.-(1) References in this Act to colonies shall be construed as in-
cluding references to the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man; and in its
application to those islands this Act shall have effect as if references to the
Governor included references to the Lieutenant-Governor.
(2) A citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies may, if on
the ground of his connection with the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man
he so desires, be known as a citizen of the United Kingdom, Islands and Col-
onies.
34.-(1) This Act may be cited as the British Nationality Act, 1948.
(2) This Act shall come into force on the first day of January, nine-
teen hundred and forty-nine.
(3) Subject to the provisions of section seventeen of, and the Third
Schedule to, this Act, the 'enactments specified in Part II of the Fourth
Schedule to this Act are hereby repealed to the extent specified in the third
column of that Part:
Provided that the British Nationality and Status of Aliens Acts, 1914
to 1943, so far as they extend to Newfoundland and Southern Rhodesia,
shall continue in force in each of those countries until provision to the con-
trary is made by the legislature thereof.


SCHEDULES.


Sections 6 and 10.


Section 10.


FIRST SCHEDULE.


OATH OF ALLEGIANCE.
I, A.B., swear by Almighty God that I will be faithful ard bear true
allegiance to His Majesty King George the Sixth His Heirs and Successors
according to law.
-------------

SECOND SCHEDULE.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR NATURALISATION.
Aliens.
1. Subject to the provisions of the next following paragraph, the quali-
fications for naturalisation of an alien who applies therefore are:-
(a) that he has either resided in the United Kingdom or been in
Crown service under His Majesty's government in the United Kingdom,
or partly the one and partly the other, throughout the period of twelve
months immediately preceding the date of the application; and
(b) that during the seven years immediately preceding the said
period of twelve months he has either resided in the United Kingdom
or any colony, protectorate, United Kingdom mandated territory or
United Kingdom trust territory or been in Crown service as aforesaid,
or partly the one and partly the other, for periods amounting in the ag-
gregate to not less than four years; and
(c) that he is of good character; and
(d) that he has sufficient knowledge of the English language; and
(e) that he intends in the event of a certificate being granted
to him-
(i) to reside in the United Kingdom or in any colony, protec-
torate or United Kingdom trust territory or in the Anglo-Egyptian
Sudan; or
(ii) to enter into or continue in Crown service under His
Majesty's government in the United Kingdom, or under the gov-
ernment of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, or service under an inter-
national organisation of which His Majesty's government in the
United Kingdom is a member, or service in the employment of a
society, company or body of persons established in the United
Kingdom or established in any colony, protectorate or United
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2. The Secretary of State may if in the special circumstances of any
particular case he thinks fit-
(a) allow a continuous period of twelve months ending not more
than six months before the date of the application to be reckoned, for
the purposes of sub-paragraph (a) of the last foregoing paragraph, as
if it had immediately preceded that date;
(b) allow residence in any country mentioned in subsection (3) of
section one of this Act or in Eire, or in any mandated territory or trust
territory, or in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, or residence in Burma before
the fourth day of January, nineteen hundred and forty-eight, to be reck-
oned for the purposes of sub-paragraph (b) of the last foregoing para-
graph;
(c) allow service under the government of any country mentioned
in the said subsection (3), or of any state, province or territory thereof,
or under the government of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, or service be-
fore the fourth day of January, nineteen hundred and forty-eight, un-
der the government of Burma, to be reckoned for the purposes of the
said sub-paragraph (b) as if it had been Crown service under His
Majesty's government in the United Kingdom;
(J) allow periods of residence or service earlier than eight years
before the date of the application to be reckoned in computing the ag-
gregate mentioned in the said sub-paragraph (h).
British protected persons.
3. The qualifications for naturalisation of a British protected person
,who applies therefore are:-
(a) that he is ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom and has
been so resident throughout the period of twelve months, or such
shorter period as the Secretary of State may in the special circumstances
of any case accept, immediately preceding his application; or
(b) that he is in Crown service under His Majesty's government
in the United Kingdom, and
the qualifications specified in sub-paragraphs (c) (d) and (e) of paragraph I
-of this Schedule.
Application to colonies, protectorates and trust territories.
4. The foregoing provisions of this Schedule shall, in their applica-
tion to any colony, protectorate or United Kingdom trust territory, have
effect as if-
(a) for any references therein to the Secretary of State there were
substituted references to the Governor of that colony, protectorate or
territory;
(b) for the reference in sub-paragraph (a) of paragraph I and sub-
paragraph (a) of paragraph 3 thereof to residence in the United King-
dom there were substituted a reference to residence in that colony, pro-
tectorate or territory; and
(c) for the reference therein to the English language there were
substituted, in the case of a British protected person, a reference to the
English language or any other language in current use in that colony,
protectorate or territory, and, in the case of an alien, a reference to the
English language or any language recognized in that colony, protec-
torate or territory as being on an equality with the English language.


THIRD SCHEDULE.


BRITISH SUBJECTS WITHOUT CITIZENSHIP UNDER SECTION THIRTEEN
OF THIS ACT.
1. The law in force before the commencement of this Act relating to
British nationality shall continue to apply to a person while he remains a
British subject without citizenship by virtue of section thirteen of this Act
.as if this Act had not been passed:
Provided that-


2ND Scm.-cont.


Section 13.





74 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


(a) if that person is a male, nothing in this paragraph shall confer
British nationality on any woman whom he marries during the period
that he is a British subject without citizenship, or on any child born to
him during that period;
(b) he shall not, by becoming naturalised in a foreign state,
be deemed to have ceased to be a British subject by virtue of section
thirteen of the British Nationality and Status of Aliens Act, 1914;
(c) so long as a woman remains a British subject without citizen-
ship as aforesaid she shall not on marriage to an alien cease to be a Brit-
ish subject.
2. So long as a person remains a British subject without citizenship
by virtue of section thirteen of this Act he shall be treated for the purposes
of any application made by him for registration as a citizen of the United
Kingdom and Colonies under sections six to nine of this Act as if he were a
citizen of one of the countries mentioned in subsection (3) of section one
of this Act.
3. If while a male person remains a British subject without citizenship
by virtue of section thirteen of this Act a child is born to him, the child shall,
unless the child has previously become a citizen of the United Kingdom and
Colonies, or of any country mentioned in subsection (3) of section one of
this Act or of Eire, become a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies
if and when the father becomes, or would but for his death have become,
such a citizen; and a male person who becomes a citizen of the United King-
dom and Colonies by virtue of this paragraph shall be deemed for the pur-
poses of the proviso to subsection (1) of section five of this Act to be a citi-
zen thereof by descent only.


FOURTH SCHEDULE.

-----*--i------

ENACTMENTS REPEALED.
PART I.
ENACTMENTS RELATING TO NATURAL-BORN BRITISH SUBJECTS.

Session and Chapter Short Title, etc. Extent of Repeal.

11 Will. 3. c. 7. An Act for the more effec- In section seven, the words
tuall Suppression of Piracy. "natural borne" and "or
denizens of this Kingdome".
12 & 13 Will.'3. c. 2. The Act of Settlement. In section three, the words
from "That after the said
limitation shall take effect"
to "in .trust for him" so far
as they relate to British sub-
jects and citizens of Eire.
18 Geo. 2. c. 30. The Piracy Act, 1744. In section one, the words "na-
tural born" and "or deni-
zens".
21 & 22 Vict. c. 93. The Legitimacy Declaration In section nine, the words
Act, 1858. "natural-born".
31 &-32 Vict. c. 20. The Legitimacy Declaration In sections one and two,
Act (Ireland), 1868. the words "natural-born"
wherever they occur.
33 & 34 Vict. c. 77. The Juries Act, 1870. In section eight, the words
"natural-born" in both places
where they occur.
57 & 58 Vict. c. 60. The Merchant Shippif5 g Actd In section one, the words
1894. "natural-born" in the first
place where they occur, para-
graphs (b) and (c) and the
proviso.
15 & 16 Geo. 5. c. 49. The Supreme Court of Judi- In 'section one hundred and
cature (Consolidation) Act, eighty-eight, ,he words "na-
1925. tural born" wherever they
occur.


Section 31.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 75


PART II.
OTHER ENACTMENTS.


Session and Chapter Short Title, etc.


4 & 5 Ann. c. 16.


35 & 36 Vict. c. 39.


4 & 5 Geo. 5. c. 17.














8 & 9 Geo. 5. c. 38.

12 & 13 Geo. 5. c. 44.

16 & 17 Geo. 5. c. 60.

23 & 24 Geo. 5. c. 4.


23 & 24 Geo. 5. c. 49.

6 & 7 Geo. 6. c. 14.

11 & 12 Geo. 6. c. 7.


An Act for the Naturalization
of the Most Excellent Prin-
cess Sophia Electress ano
Dutchess Dowager of Han-
over and the Issue of her
Body.
The Naturalization Act, 1872.
The Army Act.

The British Nationality and
Status of Aliens Act, 1914.











The Air Force Act.

The British Nationality and
Status of Aliens Act, 1918.
The British Nationality and
Status of Aliens Act, 1922.
The Legitimacy Act, 1926.

The Evidence (Foreign, Do-
minion and Colonial Docu-
ments) Act, 1933.
The British Nationality and
Status of Aliens Act, 1933.
The British Nationality and
Status of Aliens Act, 1943.
The Ceylon Independence
Act, 1947.


Extent of Repeal.


The whole Act.





The whole Act.
In section ninety-five, the
words "natural-born".
Sections one to sixteen.
In sections seventeen and
eighteen, the words "natural-
born" wherever they occur.
Sections nineteen to twenty-
six.
Section twenty-seven, except
so far as it defines the ex-
pression "alien".
In section twenty-eight, the
words "British Nationality
and".
The Schedules.
In section ninety-five the
words "natural-born".
The whole Act.

The whole Act.

In section two, the words
"natural-born".
Section two.


The whole Act.

The whole Act.

Paragraph 1 of the Second
Schedule.


Section 34.





76 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


The British Nationality Regulations, 1948


Made


Coming into Operation


Form of applica-
tion for registra-
tion under sec-
tion 6 (1) of the
Act.
Form of applica-
tion for registra-
tion under section
6 (2) of the Act.





Form of applica-
tion for registra-
tion under section
7 (1) of the Act.








Form of applica-
tion for registra-
tion under section
12 (6) of the Act.
Authority to
whom application
for registration
as a citizen of the
United Kingdom
and Colonies is
to be made.


14th December, 1948

1st January, 1949


In pursuance of the power conferred upon me by subsection (1) of section
twenty-nine of the British Nationality Act, 1948(a), I hereby make with the
consent, so far as Regulation 19 is concerned, of the Treasury the following
Regulations:-
PART I

CITIZENSHIP OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND COLONIES BY REGISTRATION

1. An application for registration as a citizen of the United Kingdom
and Colonies made under subsection (1) of section six of the Act shall be
in the form set out in the First Schedule hereto.

2. An application by a woman for registration as a citizen of
the United Kingdom and Colonies made under subsection (2) of section six
of the Act shall be in the form set out in the Second Schedule hereto; and
the oath of allegiance required by the said subsection to be taken by an ap-
plicant who is a British protected person or an alien shall be subscribed and
attested in the form set out in the said Schedule and as so subscribed and at-
tested shall be included in the form of application.
3. An application for the registration of a minor child of a citizen of
the United Kingdom and Colonies as a citizen thereof made under sub-
section (1) of section seven of the Act shall be made in writing, and shall
include the following particulars, that is to say:-
(a) a statement whether the applicant is a parent or guardian of the
child and, if he is a guardian, how he became a guardian;
(b) a statement showing that a parent of the child is, or if deceased
was, a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies;
(c) a statement of the reasons for which it is desired that the child
should be registered as a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies.
4. An application for registration as a citizen of the United Kingdom
and Colonies made under subsection (6) of section twelve of the Act shaH
be in the form set out in the Third Schedule hereto.
5.-(1) An application made in accordance with Regulation 1
of these Regulations on the ground of ordinary residence, whether or not
it is also made on the ground of Crown service under His Majesty's govern-
ment in the United Kingdom, shall be made-
(a) if the applicant is ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom,
to the Secretary of State at the Home Office in London;
(b) if the applicant is ordinarily resident in any of the Channel
Islands, the Isle of Man, a colony, a protectorate, a protected state to
which the provisions of section eight of the Act relating to protect-
orates are extended by Order in Council made under section thirty
thereof, or a United Kingdom trust territory, to the Governor.
(2) An application made in accordance with Regulation 1 of these
Regulations on the ground solely of Crown service under His Majesty's
government in the United Kingdom and an application made in accordance
with Regulation 2 of these Regulations shall be made-
(a) if the applicant is resident in any of the places mentioned in
sub-paragraph (b) of paragraph (1) of this Regulation, to the Gover-
nor;
(b) if the applicant is resident in a country mentioned in subsec-
tion (3) of section one of the Act in which there is a High Commission-
er for His Majesty's government in the United Kingdom, to the High
Commissioner in that country;

(a) 11 & 12 Geo. 6. c. 56.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 77

(c) in any other case, to the Secretary of State at the Home Office
in London.
(3) An application made in accordance with Regulation 3 of these
Regulations shall be made to the authority specified in the last foregoing
paragraph, so however that references therein to the place of residence of
the applicant shall be construed as references to the place of residence of
the minor child in respect of whom the application is made.
(4) An application made in accordance with Regulation 4 of these
Regulations shall be made-
(a) if the applicant is resident in a country mentioned in subsec-
tion (3) of section one of the Act in which there is a High Commissioner
for His Majesty's government in the United Kingdom, to the
High Commissioner in that country;
(b) in any other case, to the Secretary of State at the Home Office
in London.
(5) An application for the registration of a minor as a citizen of the
United Kingdom and Colonies made under subsection (2) of section seven
of the Act shall be made-
(a) if made by or on behalf of a minor resident in any of the places
mentioned in sub-paragraph (b) of paragraph (1) of this Regulation,
to the Governor;
(b) in any other case, to the Secretary of State at Lhe Home Office
in London.


6. The registration of a person as a citizen of the United Kingdom
and Colonies in accordance with the foregoing provisions of these Regula-
tions shall be effected as follows: -
(a) if the application is made to the Secretary of State, in London
at the Home Office;
(b) in any other case, at such place as the person to whom the ap-
plication is made may direct.

PART II
NATURALISATION AND RESUMPTION OF BRITISH NATIONAITYi


Place of registra-
tion of citizens of
the United King-
dom and
Colonies.


7. -(1) An application for a certificate of naturalisation shall be made Form of applica.
in writing, and shall show whether the applicant is a British protected per- aon for naturali-
sation.
son or an alien and, if he is a British protected person, shall state the protect-
orate, protected state, mandated territory or trust territory from which he
derives his status as a British protected person and his connection therewith.
(2) Every such application shall contain sufficient information to sat-
isfy the Secretary of State or the Governor, as the case may be, that the ap-
plicant possesses the requisite qualifications for naturalisation in respect
of residence or Crown service, good character, knowledge of the English
or other appropriate language and intention with respect to his residence or
occupation in the event of a certificate being granted to him, and such fur-
ther information as the Secretary of State or the Governor may require in
order to determine whether the applicant is a fit and proper person to be
granted a certificate of naturalisation.
8.--(1) A certificate of naturalisation granted by the Secretary of
State shall be in the form set out in Part I of the Fourth Schedule hereto and care of natai-
shall be signed by an officer of the Home Department not below the rank station.
of Assistant Secretary.
(2) A certificate of naturalisation granted by the Governor of any
of the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man or a colony, protectorate, protected
state or United Kingdom trust territory shall be similar to a certificate grant-
ed by the Secretary of State, except that it shall be signed by the Governor
or by a person authorised by him in that behalf.
(3) Where in accordance with the provisions of subsection (2) of sec-
tion ten of the Act the Secretary of State has given his approval to the grant
of a certificate of naturalisation by the Governor of a place mentioned in
the last foregoing paragraph, the approval of the Secretary of State shall be
signified by adding to the certificate a statement to that effect, which shall
be signed by a person authorised by him in that behalf.





78 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


Oath of allegiance
for purpose of
naturalization.


Declaration of
intention to re-
sume British
nationality.


Declaration of
renunciation of
citizenship.



Notice of
proposed depri-
vation of citizen.
ship.


9. -(1) The oath of allegiance required by subsection (1) of section
ten of the Act to be taken by a person to whom a certificate of naturalisation
has been granted shall be subscribed and attested in the form set out in Part
II of the Fourth Schedule hereto and as so subscribed and attested shall be
endorsed on the certificate of naturalisation to which it relates.
(2) The oath of allegiance required as aforesaid shall be taken with-
in one calendar month of the date of the certificate of naturalisation
to which it relates, or within such extended time as the Secretary of State or
the Governor who granted the certificate, as the case may be, may permit,
and if the oath is not taken within the said time the certificate shall have no
effect:


Provided that permission shall not be deemed to have been given under
this paragraph unless a statement to that effect is endorsed on the certificate
and signed by a person authorised by the last foregoing Regulation to sign
a certificate of naturalisation.
(3) The oath of allegiance required as aforesaid shall be registered -
(a) if the certificate of naturalisation to which it relates is granted
by the Secretary of State, in London at the Home Office;
(b) in any other case, in such place as the Governor who grants the
certificate may direct.
(4) Where the oath of allegiance is registered in accordance with the
directions of the Governor under the last foregoing paragraph, he shall
cause a copy of the oath and of the certificate of naturalisation to which it
relates to be sent to the Home Office in London.
10.--(1) A declaration of intention to resume British nationality
made under subsection (2) of section sixteen of the Act shall be in the form
set out in the Fifth Schedule hereto.
(2) The declaration shall be registered in London at the Home Office.


PART III

RENUNCIATION AND DEPRIVATION OF CITIZENSHIP OF THE UNITED
KINGDOM AND COLONIES

11. -(1) A declaration of renunciation of citizenship of the United
Kingdom and Colonies made under subsection (1) of section nineteen of
the Act shall be in the form set out in the Sixth Schedule hereto.
(2) The declaration shall, subject to the provisions of the said section
nineteen, be registered in London at the Home Office.
12. -(1) When it is proposed to make an order under section twenty
or section twenty-one of the Act depriving a person of his citizenship of
the United Kingdom and Colonies, the notice required by subsection (6)
of section twenty or subsection (2) of section twenty-one thereof to be given
to that person may be given-
(a) in a case where that person's whereabouts are known,
by causing the notice to be delivered to him personally or by sending it
to him by post;
(b) in a case where that person's whereabouts are not known, by
sending it to his last known address.
(2) Where the Secretary of State has given notice as aforesaid and
the person to whom it is given has the right, on making application there-
for, to an inquiry under subsection (7) of section twenty of the Act, the ap-
plication shall be made-
(a) if that person is in the United Kingdom at the time when the
notice is given to him, within twenty-one days from the giving of the
notice;
(b) in any other case, within such time, not being less than twenty-
one days from the giving of the notice, as the Secretary of State may
determine:
Provided that the Secretary of State may in special circumstances at
any time extend the time within which the application may be made.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 79

(3) Where the Governor of any of the Channel Islands, the Isle of
Man or a colony, protectorate, protected state or United Kingdom trust
territory has given notice as aforesaid, the provisions of the last foregoing
paragraph shall apply with the substitution for references to the Secretary
of State of references to the Governor and the substitution for the reference
to the United Kingdom of a reference to that island, colony, protectorate
state or territory.
(4) Any notice given in accordance with the provisions of this Regu-
lation shall, in a case in which the person to whom it is given has the right,
on making application therefore, to an inquiry under subsection (7) of
section twenty of the Act, include a statement of the time within which such
application must be made.
13. Where an order has been made depriving a person who is a citi- Cancellation of
registration of
zen of the United Kingdom and Colonies by registration of that citizenship, person deprived
his name shall' be removed from the register of citizens of the United King- of citizenship.
dom and Colonies in which it is entered.
Cancellation and
14. Where an order has been made depriving a person naturalised amendment of
in the United Kingdom and colonies of his citizenship of the United King- certificate of
dom and Colonies, the person so deprived or any other person in possession naturalization in
d case of depriva-
of the relevant certificate of naturalisation shall, if required by notice in tion of citizen-
writing given by the Secretary of State or any Governor having power to ship.
deprive persons of that citizenship, deliver up the said certificate to such per-
son and within such time as may be specified in the notice, and the said cer-
tificate shall thereupon be cancelled or amended.


PART IV

SUPPLEMENTAL


15. Where a person wishes to make an application or declaration variations in
under any of these Regulations and the form set out in the Schedule referred form of applica
to in the Regulation is, in the opinion of the Secretary of State or other au- tion.
thority to whom the application is to be made or to whom the declaration
is to be sent for registration, unsuitable to the particular case, the Seciktary
of State or that other authority, as the case may be, may authorise the ap-
plication or decoration being made in some other form.
16. A certificate of citizenship in case of doubt given under section certificate of
twenty-five of the Act shall be signed by an officer of the Home Department citizehip s.
not below the rank of Assistant Secretary.
17. An application or declaration made in accordance with Regula- Ph am ~aorep
tion 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 10 or 11 of these Regulations shall not be accepted or reg- tion or declara-
istered and the oath of allegiance required by subsection (2) of section six tion may be
made or by
or subsection (1) of section ten of the Act shall be of no effect unless it is whom oath of
signed in the presence of or administered by one of the following prsons:- llegianemay be
(i) In England, Wales or Northern'Ireland-
Any justice of the peace or any commissioner authorised to
administer oaths in the Supreme Court;
(ii) In Scotland-
Any sheriff, sheriff-substitute or justice of the peace;
(iii) In the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man or any colony, pro-
tectorate, protected state or United. Kingdom trust territory-
Any-judge of any court of civil or criminal jurisdiction, any
justice of the peace or magistrate, or any person for the time being
authorised by law, in the place where the applicant, declarant or
deponent is, to administer an oath for any judicial or other legal
purpose;
(iv) In any country mentioned in subsection (3) of section one of
the Act or in Eire, or in any mandated territory or trust territory ad-
ministered by the government of any such country-
Any person for the time being authorised by law, in the place
where the applicant, declarant or deponent is, to administer an
oath for any judicial or other legal purpose;





W0 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZEITE


Evidence.



Fees.










Interpretation.












Short title an
comaimeemeat.


(v) Elsewhere-
Any consular officer of His Majesty's government in the Uni-
ted Kingdom or, if there is no such consular officer, any person
authorised by the Secretary of State in that behalf:
Provided that if the applicant, declarant or deponent is serving in His
Majesty's naval, military or air forces, the application or declaration may
be signed in the presence of, or the oath administered by, any officer. hold-
ing a commission in any of those forces, whether the application, declara-
tion or oath is made or taken in the United Kingdom or elsewhere.
18. A document may be certified to be a true copy of a document for
the purpose of subsection (2) of section twenty-seven of the Act by means
of a statement in writing to that effect signed by a person authorised by the
Secretary of State or the Governor in that behalf.
19.-(1) Subject to the provisions of this Regulation, the fees speci-
fied in the Seventh Schedule hereto may in the United Kingdom be taken
and shall be applied in the manner set out in the said Schedule.
(2) Of the fee payable in respect of the grant of a certificate of natu-
ralisation, one pound shall be payable on the submission of the application
for a certificate and shall in no circumstances be returned, and the balance
shall be payable on the receipt of the decision to grant a certificate:
Provided that where a husband and wife apply at the same time for
certificates and are residing together at the time of the applications and the
balance is paid in respect of the grant of a certificate to one of them, no bal-
ance shall be payable in respect of the grant of a certificate to the other.
20.-(1) In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires,
the following expressions have the meanings hereby respectively ascribed
to them, that is to say:-
"the Act" means the British Nationality Act, 1948 (b);
"Governor" has, in relation to a protected state to which provi-
siQns of the Act are extended by Order in Council made under section
thirty thereof, the same meaning as in the Order;
"protected state" includes any place to which provisions of the
Act are extended by any such Order as aforesaid.
(2) The Interpretation Act, 1889(c), shall apply to the interpretation
of these Regulations in like manner as it applies to the interpretation of an
Act of Parliament.
21. These Regulations may be cited as the British Nationality Regu-
lations, 1948, and shall come into operation on the first day of January,
1949.

J. Chuter Ede,
One of His Majesty's Principal
Secretaries of State.
We consent to Regulation 19 of these Regulations.


Whitehall.
14th December, 1948.


R. J. Taylor,
Wm. Hannan,
Two of the Lords Commissioners
of His Majesty's Treasury.


(b) 11 & 12 Geo. 6. c. 56. (c) 52 & 53 Vict. c. 63.


(b) 11 & 12 Geo. 6. c. 56.


(c) 52 & 53 Vict. c. 63.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 81


FIRST SCHEDULE
BRITISH NATIONALITY ACT, 1948, SECTION 6 (1)
Application for registration as a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies
under section 6 (1) of the Act made by an adult British subject or citizen
of Eire on the ground of ordinary residence in the United Kingdom or in
any of the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, a colony, a protectorate, a
pr otected state to which section 8 (1) of the Act has been applied or a Uni-
ted Kingdom trust territory or on the ground of Crown service under
His Majesty's government in the United Kingdom.

1. I, A.B., of [here insert address of applicant], am of full age
.and capacity and was born at
on
2. My father's full name is/was
.and he was born at
,on
3. I am single/married/a widower/a widow/divorced from my wife/
.husband
4. My wife's/husband's full name is/was
5. 1 am [a citizen of the following countries mentioned in subsection
(3) of section one of the British Nationality Act, 1948*, that is to say, ]
[a citizen of Eire] [a British subject without citizenship under section
thirteen of the British Nationality Act, 1948,] by reason of the fact
that
[Here state the grounds on which the applicant claims to be such a citizen
or British subject without citizenship.]
f6. (a) I am ordinarily resident in [the United Kingdom] [or, if the
applicant is ordinarily resident in any of the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man,
a colony, a protectorate, -a protected state to which section 8 (1) of the Act
has been applied or a United Kingdom trust territory, here insert the name of
,the island, colony, etc.] and have been so ordinarily resident during the past
twelve months, as follows:-
[Here state the addresses at which the applicant was ordinarily resident
during the past twelve months, with dates in each case; and if the applicant
has been ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom, or in the island, colony,
etc., as the case may be, for a shorter period than twelve months, state
.the special circumstances in which it is desired that the shorter period should
be accepted.]
(b) I am in Crown service under His Majesty's government in
the United Kingdom, as follows:--
[Here state the name of the department in which the applicant is employed,
whether the department forms part of the government of the United Kingdom,
Northern Ireland, one of the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, or a colony,
protectorate, protected state or United Kingdom trust territory, the capacity
in which the applicant is employed, and the date of his or her appointment.]
7. 1 have/have not previously renounced or been deprived of c;tizen-
ship of the United Kingdom and Colonies.
[If the applicant has renounced his or her citizenship of the United King-
dom and Colonies, here state the date on which the declaration of renunciation
was made; and if he or she has been deprived of his or her citizenship, state
the date on which, and the authority by whom, the order of deprivation was
made.]
8. I hereby apply to be registered as a citizen of the United Kingdom
and Colonies.
I, A.B., do solemnly and sincerely declare that the foregoing particulars
stated in this application are true, and I make this solemn declaration con-
scientiously believing the same to be true.

(Signed) A.B.
Made and subscribed this day of 19
.before me, (Signed) X.Y.,
[Justice of the Peace, Commissioner
or other official title.]

*The countries so mentioned are Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Union of
:South Africa, Newfoundland, India, Pakistan, Southern Rhodesia and Ceylon.


Regulation 1.


tEither or botb
ofsubgnragnp
(a) and (b houl
be complete.





82 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

Regulation 2 SECOND SCHEDULE
BRITISH NATIONALITY ACT, 1948, SECTION 6 (2)

Application for registration as a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies
under section 6 (2) of the Act made by a woman who has been married
to a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies.
1. I, A.B., of [here insert address of applicant],
was born at
on
2. My father's full name is/was
and he was born at
on
3. 1 was married at
on
to C.D. [here insert full name of husband] of/late of [here insert husband's
address, or last address if he is deceased]
4. My husband was born at
on
5. My husband's father's full name is/was
and he was born at
on
6. My marriage is still subsisting/has terminated by reason of
[If the marriage is not subsisting, state whether it was terminated by the
husband's death or by divorce.]
7. My husband is/was a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies
by reason of the fact that
[Here state the grounds on which it is claimed that the. applicant's hus.,.
band is or was a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies.]
8. I am [a citizen of the following countries mentioned in subsection
(3) of section one of the British Nationality Act, 1948*, thatft is to:
say, ] [a citizen.of Eire] [a British subject without citizen-
ship under section thirteen of the British Nationality Act, 1948,] by reason,
of the following facts:-
[Here state the grounds on which the applicant claims to be such a citizen.
or British subject without citizenship.]
or I am a British protected person by reason of my connection with
[Here state the protectorate or other territory from which the applicant
derives her status as a British protected person, and herconnection therewith.}.
or I am an alien and a subject or citizen of the following foreign coun-
tries, that is to say,
or I am a stateless alien and was formerly a subject or citizen of the fol-
lowing countries, that is to say,
and ceased to be such by reason of the following facts: -
[Here state the cause whereby the applicant ceased to be a subject or citi-
zen of the countries in question, whether these are countries mentioned in sub-
section (3) of section one of the Act*, Eire or foreign countries.]
9. I have contracted the following other marriages:--
[Here stats place and date of marriage and name and nationality or citi-
zenship of husband in each case.]
10. 1 have/have not previously renounced or been deprived of citizen-
ship of the United Kingdom and Colonies.
[If the applicant has renounced her citizenship of the United Kingdom and
Colonies, here state the date on which the declaration of renunciation
was made; and if she has been deprived of her citizenship, state the date on
which, and the authority by whom, the order of deprivation was made.]

11. I hereby apply to be registered as a citizen of the United Kingdom
and Colonies.

The countries so mentioned are Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Union of
South Africa, Newfoundland, India, Pakistan, Southern Rhodesia and Ceylon.







I, A.B., do solemnly and sincerely declare that the foregoing particulars
stated in this application are true, and I make this solemn declaration con-
scientiously believing the same to be true.
(Signed) A.B.
Made and subscribed this day of 19 ,
before me,
(Signed) X.Y.,
[Justice of the Peace, Commissioner or
other official title.]

OATH OF ALLEGIANCE the oathof
I, A.B., swear by Almighty God that I will be faithful and bear true areuirend to be
allegiance to His Majesty, King George the Sixth, His Heirs and Successors, taken unless the
applicant is a
according to law. British protected
person or an
(Signed) A.B. alien.
Sworn and subscribed this day of 19 ,
before me,
(Signed) X.Y.,
[Justice of the Peace, Commissioner or
other official title.]


THIRD SCHEDULE eglaton 4.
Regulation 4.
BRITISH NATIONALITY ACT, 1948, SECTION 12(6)
Application for registration as a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies
under section 12(6) of the Act made by a person who, but for his citizen.
ship or potential citizenship of one of the countries mentioned in section
1(3) of the Act*, would have become a citizen of the United Kingdom and
Colonies under section 12(4) of the Act.
1. 1, A.B., of [here insert address of applicant], am of full age
and capacity and was born at
on
2. [If applicant is a woman who has been married] My maiden name was
3. I was a British subject immediately before the first day of January,
1949, by reason of the fact that
[Here state the grounds on which the applicant claims to have been
a British subject at the time mentioned.]
4. I am a citizen/potentially a citizen of the following country, being
one of the countries mentioned in subsection (3) of section one of the Brit-
ish Nationality Act, 1948*, namely,
by reason of the fact that
[Here state the grounds on which the applicant claims to be such a citizen
-or potential citizen.]
5. I am descended in the male line from C.D. [here state relationship]
who possesses or possessed one of the qualifications mentioned in subsec-
tion (1) of section twelve of that Act, that is to say,
6. I intend to make my ordinary place of residence within the United
Kingdom and Colonies, namely, within [here insert the name of the territory.]
7. I have a close connection with the United Kingdom and Colon-
ies for the following reasons:-
*8. 1 intend this application to relate to the following of my children, *Delete this
who are under twenty-one years of age:-- paragraph if not
Name in full Date of birth Place of birth applicab
9. 1 hereby apply for the registration of myself [and my said children]
.as a citizen [citizens] of the United Kingdom and Colonies.

The countries so mentioned are Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Union of
South Africa, Newfoundland, India, Pakistan, Southern Rhodesia and Ceylon.


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83





84 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

I, A.B., do solemnly and sincerely declare that the foregoing particulars
stated in this application are true, and 1 make this solemn declaration con-
scientiously believing the same to be true.

(Signed) A.B.
Made and subscribed this day of 19
before me,

(Signed) X.Y.,
[Justice of the Peace, Commissioner or
other official title.]


Regulation 8. FOURTH SCHEDULE
PART I
BRITISH NATIONALITY ACT, 1948
Certificate of Naturalisation
Whereas A.B., has applied to one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries
of State for a certificate of naturalisation, alleging with respect to himself
herself the particulars set out below, and has satisfied the Secretary of State
that the conditions laid down in the British Nationality Act, 1948, for the
grant of a certificate of naturalisation are fulfilled:
Now, therefore, the Secretary of State, in pursuance of the powers con-
ferred upon him by the said Act, grants to the said A.B. this certificate of
naturalisation, and declares that upon taking the oath of allegiance within
the time and in the manner required by the regulations made in that behalf
he [she] shall be a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies as from the
date of this certificate.
In witness whereof I have hereto subscribed my name this
day of ,19
(Signed) C.D.
[Rank]
Home Office,
London.

Particulars relating to applicant

F u ll n a m e ................................. ......................................................................................................................................
Full name
A d d re ss .................................. .... .............................................. ... ..................................................... .............
P ro fessio n o r o ccu p atio n ................................................................................................................................
P la ce a n d d ate o f b irth ....................................................................................................................................
N a tio n a lity ........................................................................ .............. .............................................................
S in gle m a rried etc .........................................................................................................................
N am e o f w ife o r h usb and ...........................................................................................................................
N am es and nationalities of parents ...... ......................................................... .....................


PART I1
OATH OF ALLEGIANCE
I, A.B., swear by Almighty God that I will be faithful and bear true
allegiance to His Majesty, King George the Sixth, His Heirs and Successors,
according to law.
(Signed) A.B.
Sworn and subscribed this day of 19
before me,
(Signed) X.Y.,
[Justice of the Peace, Commissioner or
other official title.]

The countries so mentioned are Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Union of
South Africa, Newfoundland, India, Pakistan, Southern Rhodesia and Ceylon.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 85

FIFTH SCHEDULE Regulation 10.
BRITISH NATIONALITY ACT, 1948, SECTION 16
Declaration of intention to resume British nationality under section 16 (2) of
the Act made by a person who has ceased to be a British subject on the
loss of British nationality by his father or mother in accordance with the
provisions of section 12(1) of the British Nationality and Status of Aliens
Act, 1914.
1. I, A.B., of [here insert address of declarant],
was born at
on
2. My father's full name is/was
and he was born at
on
3. I ceased to be a British subject by virtue of subsection (1) of section
twelve of the British Nationality and Status of Aliens Act, 1914, on
by reason of the fact that
[Here state the cause whereby the declarant's father or mother, as the
case may be, and the declarant ceased to be British subjects.]
4. If I had not so ceased to be a British subject I should now be [a
citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies] [a British subject without
citizenship under section thirteen of the British Nationality Act, 1948,] by
reason of the fact that
[Here state the grounds on which the declarant claims that he or she would
have been such a citizen or British subject.]
5. I hereby declare my intention to resume British nationality and ap-
ply to the Secretary of State to register this declaration.
I, A.B., do solemnly and sincerely declare that the foregoing particu-
lars stated in this declaration are true, and I make this solemn declaration
conscientiously believing the same to be true.

(Signed) A.B.
Made and subscribed this day of 19 ,
before me,
(Signed) X.Y.,
[Justice of the Peace, Commissioner or
other official title.]

SIXTH SCHEDULE
BRITISH NATIONALITY ACT, 1948, SECTION 19
Declaration of renunciation of citizenship under section 19 of the Actmade Regulation IL
by a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies who is also a citizen
of one of the countries mentioned in section 1(3) of the Act* or of Eire
or a national of a foreign country.
1. I, A.B., of [here insert address of deciarant], am of full capacity and
was born at
on
2. I have / have not been married.
3. I am a citizen/national of
under the law of that country.
4. I hereby renounce my citizenship of the United Kingdom
and Colonies.
I, A.B., do solemnly and sincerely declare that the foregoing particulars
stated in this declaration are true, and I make this. solemn declaration
conscientiously believing the same to be true.
(Signed) A.B.
Made and subscribed this day of 19
before me,
(Signed) X.Y.,
[Justice of the Peace, Commissioner or
other official title.]

The countries so mentioned are Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Union of
South Africa, Newfoundland, India, Pakistan, Southern Rhodesia and Ceylon.





36 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


SEVENTH SCHEDULE
TABLE OF FEES


Matter in which fee may Amount To whom fee is to
be taken of fee [be paid


Registration as a citizen under s.
6 or (in the case of a person of
full age) s. 12 (6) of the Brit-
ish Nationality Act, 1948.

Registration of a minor as a cit-
izen under s. 7 of the British
Nationality Act, 1948-
It the minor is a British sub-
ject or citizen of Eire or if
application for his registra-
tion was made at the same
time as an application by
one of his parents for a
certificate of naturalisa-
tion;
In other cases-
If the minor is a British
protected person;
If the minor is an alien.

Grant of a certificate of natural-
isation-
To a British protected per-
son;
To an alien-

Grant of a certificate of citizen-
ship in case of doubt.






Witnessing the signing of an ap-
plication or declaration men-
tioned in Regulation 17 of
these Regulations.
Administering the oath of alle-
giance.


s. d.
10 0






10 0







500

10 0 0



5 00

10 0 0


10 0 0


S (
(
(
(
(
(
) (
) (
) 2 6(
) (
) (
) (
(
(
(
(
(
(
(
(


Into the Exchequer in ac-
cordance with Treasury
directions.


The same.










The same.



The same.

In England or Northern
Ireland, if the applica-
tion or declaration is
witnessed, or the oath
administered, by a jus-
tice of the peace, to the
clerk to the justices, and
if by a Commissioner,
to the Commissioner.
In Scotland, if the appli-
cation or declaration is
witnessed, or the oath
administered, by a sher-
iff or sheriff-substitute,
to the sheriff clerk or to
any of his deputes, and
if by a justice of the
peace, to the clerk of the
peace or to any of his
deputes.


Regulation 19.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 87


Matter in which fee may
be taken


Registration of a declaration of
intention to resume British na-
tionality or of renunciation of
citizenship.
Supplying a certified true copy of
any notice, certificate, order,
declaration or entry given,
granted or made by or under
the British Nationality Act,
1948.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 4th February, 1950.


The following particulars relating to
pointments, etc., in the Public Service
published for general information.


By Command.

E. D. HONE,
Colonial Secretary.


No. 70.


APPOINTMENTS.


BAUTISTA, R. M., Assistant District
Commissioner, Orange Walk, to be a
District Commissioner for the Colony, on
probation, with effect from 1st January,
1950. M.P. 0658.
GIBSON, A. N., First Class Clerk, to be As-
sistant Assessor of Income Tax, on pro-
bation, with effect from 1st January,
1950. M.P. 02419.
GILL, D. R. B., First Class Clerk, to be
Assistant Accountant, Treasury Depart-
ment, on probation, with effect from 1st
January, 1950. M.P. 0830.
RAMIREZ, R. E., Clerk-Interpreter, Or-
ange Walk, to be a Second Class Clerk,
on probation, with effect from 1st Jan-
uary, 1950. M.P. 03467.
RUDON, K., to be a Second/Third Glass
Clerk, on two years' probation, w.th ef-
fect from 1st February, 1950.
M.P. 1207/49.


No. 71.
No. 71.


LEAVE GRANTED.


CHAVEZ, M. L., Senior Warder, Prison


Amount
of fee


To whom fee is to
be paid


-1I ---


s.
10


10 0


Into the Exchequer in ac-
cordance with Treasury
directions.

The same.


Department, vacation leave with effect
from 1st February to 13th April, 1950.
M.P. 0513.

STOLF, R. A., Second Class Clerk, Trea-
sury Department, vacation leave with ef-
fect from 28th January to 1'th May, 1950.
M.P. 02496.

WILLIAMS, R. L., Compositor, Govern-
ment Printing Office, vacation leave with
effect from 1st February to 13th April,
1950. M.P. 02792.


(No. 25).


M.P. 21/50.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 14th January, 1949.


DECLARATION OF PUBLIC ROADS.

It is hereby notified in accordance with the pro-
visions of sections 7 and 8 of the Public Roads Or-
dinance, Chapter 42 of the Consolidated Laws,
1924, that the Director of Public Works has ap-
plied to the Governor in Council for the issue of
a Proclamation ordering that the land along the
survey line of the proposed route for the new
Roaring Creek to Middlesex Road, as per schedule
below, be proclaimed a public road.

And that all land not built upon or cultivated
which shall be required for the purpose of the
road shall be absolutely taken and appropriated
without tender or payment by way of compensa-
tion, and shall vest in the Government without
any formal transfer thereof.

The area of such road to extend for a distance
of fifty feet on either side of the centre of the
road when located.

Schedule.

From Roaring Creek to Caves River, a dis-
tance of approximately 14 miles passing through
the properties of Orange Walk, Roaring Creek
works, Caves works and St. Hermans.





88 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 72.


M.P. 03237.


Belize, 2nd February, 1950.

BOARD OF FILM CENSORS.

Appointment.

Pursuant to section 11 of the Cinemato-
graph Ordinance, Chapter 64 of the Conso-
lidated Laws, 1924, as amended by the Cine-
matograph (Amendment) Ordinance, 1941,
(No. 5 of 1941), His Excellency the Gover-
nor has appointed Mr. N. M. Tennyson to
be a member of the Board of Flm Censors.


No. 73.


M.P. 535/45.


Belize, 2nd February, 1950.

PROBATION OFFICERS.

Pursuant to the provisions of section 15
(b) of the Probation of Offenders Ordinance,
1941 (No. 9 of 1941), and Rule 3 of the Pro-
bation of Offenders Rules, 1941, (Statutory
Rule and Order No.89 of 1941), His Excel-
lency has appointed Major and Mrs. Wil-
liam Simons, of the Salvation Army, to be
Probation Officers for the the Belize District
with effect from 13th January, 1950, vice
Major and Mrs. Marshall Smith.


No. 74.


M.P. 1177/49.


Belize, 2nd February, 1950.

DISCHARGED PRISONERS' AID
COMMITTEE.

Appointment.

His Excellency the Governor has appoint-
ed Major William Simons, of the Salvation
Army, to be a member and secretary of the
Discharged Prisoners' Aid Committee until
the 31st December, 1950.


No. 75.


M.P. 57/50.


Belize, 2nd February, 1950.

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.

His Excellency the Governor has appoint-
ed Mr. Frederick Daniel Wesby, to be a
Justice of the Peace for the Colony.


No. 76.


M.P. 0468.


Belize, 2nd February, 1950.

OUTDOOR RELIEF COMMITTEE.
Appointment.
His Excellency the Governor has appoint-
ed Major William E. Simons, of the Salva-
tion Army, to be a member of the Outdoor
Relief Committee with effect from the 13th
January, 1950, vice Major Marshall L.
Smith.


No. 77.


M.P. 1294/46.


Belize, 2nd February, 1950.

BRITISH HONDURAS VOLUNTEER
GUARD.
Appointment.
His Excellency the Governor and Com--
mander-in-Chief has appointed Samuel Fer-
guson Sm'th, Esquire, to be a Second Lieu-
tenant in the British Honduras Volunteer
Guard with effect from the 24th January,
:1950.


No. 78.


M.P. 869/49.


Belize, 2nd February, 1950.
BELIZE CITY COUNCIL.
In compliance with section 11 of the Or-
dinance relating to to the Belize Town
Board, Chapter 118 of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924, as amended by Ordinance No.
11 of 1935, notice is hereby given by the
City Council of Belize that it has appointed
Mr. Edward W. Craig, Accountant, Belize
City Council, to be Town Clerk with effect
from the 1st January, 1950.


No. 9.


Belize, 4th February, 1950.


STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS.

The under-mentioned Statutory Instru-
ments are published with this issue of the
Gazette and form part thereof:-
No. 5 of 1950-The Motor Vehicles
(Sneed Limit) (Hawkesworth Bridge) Order,
1950. M.P. 1026/45.
No. 6 of 1950-Proclamation Declaring
Thursday the 8th day of June, 1950, to be a
publicc and Bank Holiday. M.P. 1244/49.

By Command.


E. D. HONE.
Colonial Secretary.






BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 89

No. 80. M.P. 1061/49.

Electrical Department,
Belize, 27th January, 1950.

TENDERS FOR FUEL OIL FOR THE ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT.

Tenders are invited for the supply of Fuel Oil to the Electrical Department for the
period 1st April to 30th June 1950, in lots of 330 drums per month.
The quantity required is 990 drums of 43 Imperial Gallons each, to be supplied on
the Department's wharf, Belize, not later than the 1st week in April, 1950.
The oil should be of the following specifications:


Specific Gravity at 60 deg. F.
Flashpoint-not less than
Viscosity (Redwood No. 1 at 100 F.)
Sulphur
Water & Sediment ASTM D96-35
Asphalt Content
Calorific Value


.895/.905
150 F.
58 secs.
.65%
None
Trace
19530 BTU's
per pound.


Tenders marked "Fuel Oil" are to be deposited in the Tender Box at the Colonial
Secretary's Office not later than noon on Friday, 23rd February, 1950.
The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.

THOSE. D. MURPHY,
Electrical Superintendent.

--i -


No. 81.
Forest Office,
Belize, 4th February, 1950.

FOREST APPLICATIONS.

The following applications for forest licences
:are published as required by Rule 12 of the For-
est Rules, 1939, in order to give any person an
*opportunity of making representation with regard
to any such application. No such representation
will be considered unless it is lodged at the Forest
Office (addressed to the Conservator of Forests
and not to any forest officer by name) within
fourteen days of the date of publication of the
Gazette in which the advertisement of the appli-
.cation first appears.

By Order.


A. F. A. LAMB,


Conservator of Forests.


First Publication.

Cavo District-

Mr. L. M. Sylvestre-Crown lands bound-
ed on the north by leased and granted lands
between Arenal and Negro Man, on the east
by the Macal branch of the Belize River
and a line running magnetic north and south
through a point a quarter of a mile west of
the camp known as Moutain Cow, on the
south by the Chiquebul branch of the Be-
lize River, on the west by the Guatemalan
frontier. Excluding all lands leased and
granted.
Mahogany-Period from date of issue to
31st December, 1952.

Mr. Jorge N. Espat-Crown lands from
Privassion to Blancaneaux, Mt. Pine Ridge.
Excluding all lands leased and granted.
Pine-Period from date of issue to 31st
December. 1955.





90 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE

No. 82. Import Control & Supply Office,
Belize, 2nd February, 1950.

PRICE OF GOODS ORDER, 1944.

in exercise of the powers vested in him by Regulation 50 of the Defence
Regulations, 1939. (S.R. & O. 1939, No. 69), the Competent Authority hereby
makes the following Order:-

1. This order may be cited as the Price of Goods (Amendment No. 7) Or-
der, 1950.

The Price of Goods (Amendment No. 1) Order, dated the 12th January,
1950, is horeby further amended as follows:

(a) by the deletion therefrom of the following:

Maximum Wholesale Maximum Retail
Price Price


11. FLOUR-
(a) Soft Wheat
"Gingham Girl" Brand $5.81 per sack of 96 lb.
"Gladiator" Brand $5.43 por sack of 96 lb.

(b) by the substitution therefore of the following:

11. FLOUR-
(a) Soft Wheat
"Gingham Girl" Brand $5.84 per sack of 96 lb.
"Gladiator" Brand $5.46 per sack of 96 lb.


(c) by the addition thereto of the following :

3. BUTTER-
"'Wood & Dunn" Brand $40.11 per case of 50/1 lb. tins


8. CORNED BEEF-
"Devon Brand"

15. MILK-
(a) Condensed
"Dutch Cow" Brand


$38.77 per case of 10/5 lb. tins
$37.18 per case of 2/25 lb. tins


818.62 per case of 48/12 oz. tins


per lb. 7e
per lb. 6e





per lb. .71
per lb. 7e
2 lb. for 13e


per 1 lb. tin 88e
per 5 lb. tin $4.26
per lb. 82e


per tin 43e


$9.60 per case of 48/14 oz. tins per tin 22e

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Competent Authority.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE. 91


(No 19)
Income Tax Office,
Belize, 3rd January, 1950.

INCOME TAX RETURNS.

Persons liable to pay Income Tax are reminded
that they are required to deliver returns of their
incomes for the year 1949 by the 31st March,
1950. Returns by employers should be forward-
ed to the Income Tax Office not later than the
28th February, 1950.
In the case of any person carrying on business,
a certified copy of the Profit & Loss Account and
Balance Sheet should accompany the return.
All returns, etc., should be sent under confiden-
tial cover to the Income Tax Office, Belize, or to
the District Commissioner in an out-district from
whom the necessary forms can be obtained on
application.
Failure to file returns within the time prescrib-
ed by law will render taxpayers liable to prosecu-
tion without further warning.

By Order.

A. A. HEUSTIS,
Assessor of Income Tax.



No. 83.
District Commissioner's Office,
Stann Creek, 27th January, 1950-

LAND APPLICATIONS.

APPLICATIONS to lease lots in the town of
Stann Creek are notified in the Government
Gazette for the purpose of giving any person an
opportunity of making any representations to
this office in relation to any such application.

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

The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.

J. N. MEIGHAN,
District Commissioner,
Stann Creek.

TO LEASE.

January, 3rd 1950-Antonio Nunez-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being a vacant lot. Lot No. 836

.January, 3rd 1950-Charles Thompson-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being lot formerly leased to applicant. (Lease
expired.) Lot No. 302.

. January, 5th 1950-Mervin Lockwood-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being yacant lots. Lots Nos. 823 & 833.


. January, 5th 1950-Octavia Westby-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being vacant lots. Lots Nos. 823 & 851.

S.January, 5th 1950-Benedict Diego-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being lot formerly leased to Hermenijildo Diego.
(Lease expired.) Lot No. 502.

J January 21st 1950-Nolan Jackson-Stann
Cr:ek District, situate in the town of Stann Creek,
being a vacant lot. Lot No. 837.



(Nc. 60).

In re Estate of SALVADOR ERALES late of Be-
lize, deceased.
To all whom it may concern:
TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of the powers
conferred upon me by section nine of the Official
Administrator Ordinance-Chapter 211 of the
Consolidated Laws, 1924 I FREDERICK
CHARLES PEOLEY BOWEN, Acting Official
Administrator, intend on or after the 19th day of
May next to distribute the assets of the aforesaid
Salvador Erales of Belize in the Belize District
among such claimants of whose claims I shall then
have notice.
AND further take notice that all claims against
the estate of the said Salvador Erales must be de-
livered to me before the 19th day of May next.
AND further take notice that neither I nor the
Public Revenue will be liable in respect of any
assets distributed by me without express notice of
any such claim at the time of distribution.

DATED the 19th day of January, 1950.

F. C. P. BOWEN,
Acting Official Administrator.



(No. 61).
District Commissioner's Office,
Cayo, 20th January, 1950.

SPECIAL LICENSING MEETING.

To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace'
acting in and for the Cayo District as Licensing
Magistrates and to all others whom it may con-
cern.
TAKE NOTICE that a Special Licensing Meet.
ing for the Cayo District will be held in the Dis-
trict Commissioner's Court Room at El Cayo at
10:00 o'clock in the forenoon on Monday 6th
day of February, 1950, to take into consideration
the application of Samuel B. Burn for a Shop
Liquor Licence in the house and appurtenances
thereunto belonging the property of Leopold
Stephen situate at Roaring Creek, Cayo.

By Order.

A. H. ANDERSON,
District Commissioner,
Cayo.