Government gazette, British Honduras

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Title:
Government gazette, British Honduras
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Government gazette
Gazette extraordinary
Running title:
Honduras gazette
British Honduras gazette
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v. : ; 34 cm.
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English
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British Honduras
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s.n.
Place of Publication:
Belize
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Gazettes -- Belize   ( lcsh )
Law -- Belize   ( lcsh )
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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.

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Belize National Library Service and Information System
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A-kroyd, V.C.,E~sq., Second Lieutenzant, Britishl Honduras D~eltrce F~orce.
Act, Allie~d Forces, 1940.
Act, Evidlence aid. Porers of Attorn~ey, Ic40 .
Act, Visiting~ Forces (_ t.. n Common ea.;tu) 1933 .. .. .. ..
A iministration; Application for Letters of-
Estate of-
Arnold, J. T'. .. *- -
Cargill, M.. G:. A.
Cunningham, D. A. E. -
Gabb, P. A. .
Mc~oy, W. AT .. L-4.*
Rosi', W. ..' .1. .. .. .
Valdlez, E. ..1 4
Waight, H." to ot a
Alddres;s by H. 11: .-- e. ..;; thle Govern1or to dlon'. bone ~e Courncil ....
A riculture, Board of; Ap~pointmncts .. .. ...
Aireemenrts; appoinlt nents to a~ttest laibourers' o**- -
Aiiman, Miiss A. C., leave of absence -
Alcaldles; appointments .. t
Ailcaldes; Dep~t t .. .. .. .8,
Alcal~ea, De put y; termination of appointments,;~ is .. 25
Allied: Force's Act;, 1940 ; 4 .. -- --
Andterson, Dr. V. F., leave of absence .. .. .. *..
resumption of duties ..
Appeal, Calrilts..1- Fund
APPOIN\TI: IIE ;8--
Ackroyd, V. C., Eaq., Second Lieutenent, British H~onduras Defence Force
Agriculture, Board of
Agreements; appointments to attest labourers
Alcaldes
Al'caldes, Deputy 8q, 25
Bald-eratnos, Hon. MIr. A., Justice of thle Peace .. .. .. ..
SBancroft, O. L., Attorney Generacrl
Tlo act as A~tto~rney Generrl .
Beattie, C. Ri., Officer of the M~ost Excellent Orier of the British Emnpire (Civiil
Division) .
Belize L~oan Board .
Belize Towfn Board
Biddle, Lt. F. Ri. G., ."li..Td. Britishn Honduras Dqifenlce Forxce ..
i.:::..-n~, P. C. P., T'o azct as Magistrate, Belize.. .
Bowman, T. F., Miember otf thle Executivle ~Conc~il
rl l. -. Go Major T. I., R.E:., Director of Public T".:-r:l:k
Btim, A.. A., ;I:. c vins... iy Probationer, Secretatiat** am/~i --
Basjby, G. S., Toac as D~irector of Surveys .. '. .A Dr -
Campbell, P., To act as Ward~er, 1...' Prison iP.. ..
Canton, A. H., Supernumerary Clerk, Forest Depaltmen~t
Canton, G. B., Supernumerary- Probationer .. ....
Casasola, C. McD., Wrarder, IT i 5- .0Depa2 tmer.t .
Central Board of Healt: .. .. ..
Central Board of Health; Actin~g Clerk .. .. .. .. ..
Clleverton, R. L., Esq., a Captain British 1-1 !i-mi..:.- -. Defence F~orce.
Cmomet-nt Authzority; Imploits Regulations .. ....
Committee, Mayan Indian Settlement 11 el(. a ...
Controller of Imports .. .. ... ..
Currency Commissioners .. .. .. .. ...
Defence Force .. .
Deputy Registrars of Births & Deaths .. .. .. 112, IIg, r33, 177, :


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216, 252,


Discharged Prisone-rs' Aid Committee .. .. ... 2, .. 'l 342
Education, Board of .
SEuamniners &r Inspcto;rs under thle Motor Vehicles & Road Traffic: Ordinance 83, F4
Examiners of Chemists and Druggists; Board ,. .. .. ... .
Executive Council .... .... .. .... .... 252
Film Censors Board .. .. .. 186
Forest Officers .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 426
Fuller, L;. E., Senior WaLrder 4'3
Guild, D. L~., Inspector and Examiner under tEhe Mlotor Vehicles and Road Traffic
Ordinanze, for Belize Dist~rict .. 83, 84


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Harbour Advisory Board .. .. .. i. 1
Hughes, H. J., Commissioner of Income TPax . .. I11
to act as Attorney General .. .... .. .... III
to act as Colonial Secretary and 1 r .nL.ci.il Secretary .. .. 297
Vice-Chairman, Belize Loan Board .. .. 153
Income Tax Comrmission~er .. II
Industrial .-;1..> .! 1,! Osil ani~t.rs to i...... .... .... 2
Inspector (r ~.ni~c! District) (Corozal), under the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinan-ce, 1938 .. .. .. .. .. .. -- 3r9
Johanson, Ma~j... J. L., Lieutenant Colonel, Eni;h H~ onduras Defence Force .. y
jubilee Public Library Committee .. .. 2
Justices of the Peace .. .. ... .. 4I, 165
K~ieffer, Lt. W. H., Captain British Hondura~s Defence Force .. .. ..- 424
Labour ~.JI:lllinlula \;..a) Ordinance, 1940; appointments unlder ... 446
Laagley, C. G=., Esq., K. .., Commissioner for consolidating send preparing new
and revised edition of the Laws . 251
Legislative Council .. .. .. ., .. 48
Licensing Officer . .. .. 433
Lizarraga, PF. B., to act as Assistant Supply Officer, Stann Creek Di-trlct .. 298
Lunatic Asylumn, Board of Visitors .. .. .
lidat.il, J. W., Road ;-ores~u~rlnl..C .. 285
McNab, Ri. L., Road Foreman .. .. .. .. 445
Medical r.-..i-n:.Itha. Committee of .. .. .. .. .. .. I
Melhado, H-on. B. A., Nominated Unofficial Member of the Lt..ghlut-il Council.. 48
Military Pensions Board .. .. .. .. .. .. 2
311nt~ J. R., Controller pf Imp~orts .. .. .... .... .. 373
.tIalIam1~ River Town Board, Mend a1~~ .. ....... .. .. 24'
Nicholson, E. A., to act as Tim ped er~ of Schools . 11
Outdoor Relief .',at..itt.:. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2
I'o -ii., Sir Kenneth Eistll,~, D).~.r.., Legal Adviser in the Colonial Office .. 363
Price, R. M[. R., Sanitary Inlspi-<.tr .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 266
Prisons; Official Visitors to .. .. .. 2
Li--:iing Justices to .. .. .. .. .. .. 3
Probation Commritte'es .. ... .. .. 450
Probation Officers .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 486
Rassim, Dr. H. S., to act as District Commissioner, Toledo .. .. .. EII
Returning Officer, Belize Town Board Election .. .. .... .. 384
School Of 1sc u~r for Compulsory Attendance Areas .. .. 135
Secretary of State for the Colonies .. .... .. .... ..I 6n
Social We'clf are Committee .. . 2
S-t n ey\, J. P., Inspector of Police .. .. . 2.*IIC
Sugar Control Board .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2
Sugar Control Board; Secretary .. . 426
Supply Officer, Alt t L Assistant, Stann Creek District .. 298
Tenders Examination Committee .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2
Tourist Committee .. .. .. 2
Town Boards in the Out-districts .. .. .. .. 12, 13
Transport Board .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2
Turnbull, Hon. Mi~r. R. E., Chairman, L.clbe Loan Board .. .. .... 153
Valuations Appeal Board .. .. .. 2
War ervce- -elctha 00 .1 .. .. 119
Welfare Em::unut eerfh'.:i-.:n; Indian Str:-llthrne~ .. 91
Wolffsohn, H~on. hI A. N., Member of the lbeli ..- Loan Board .. 289
to act as Director of Public WorkEs .. 239
Woods, Miss D. B., Typist, Forest Department .. .. .... .. 373
APPOINTMENTS CIV El ~i-Iri -
Arnoux, E. A., Third ClaJ Customs and Excise Officer .. .... .. 177
Bautista, R. M., First (,.Lis Cletrk, Treasurty De-g atlnus:t .. ...... ?77
Campbell, A. V., Junior Ck-a-;, District Canani-i-innerll'-- CI':.l-, 'r;i11n Creek .. 11
Canton, A. H., Probationer ... .. 3I1
Cas-till.a, J. L, Third C~la Clerk, Tre nury Department ..; 177
Cattouse, A. E., First Class Customs and F sci-t ( ff k or .. .. .. 48
Prazer, H. D., Second Class Customs and Excise Officer .. .. .... 251
Gill, D. R., Second Class Clerk, Treasury rDel art na vi .. x
Hoy, W. J., Junior C le r k, M~edical (He~c it b Departmen t.. .. 177
Jeffery, P.R., Probationer, Secretariat .. .. 153
Leslie, W. S., Senior Customs and Excise Officer .. .. .... .. 185
IL...eke-, J. H., First Class Clerk, Ag:ricu~ltural Department .. .. .... II
Loring, R. H., Junior Clerk, Medica~ l DenrtnetlCl .. .. .. ., 45
alpipp, G. P., Sanitary Inspector .. ....... .... .... 31rr
Matthews, R. R., L~inesman, Electricity & Telephones rilportnwa~lt (Electrical
Branch) .. 311
11.r-o:l\, F. O., Third Class Clerk, District Commissioner's (f Iice Stann Cri-el: .. I
Parbam, G. H., Junior Clerk, Customs & Ha~rlowr rDeperil-r~tnu .. .... 177
Pasos, E. I. Second Class Clerk, District Clrarnij ical:er'-- Ofliai, Cranlge Walk 153
Rhys, J., Customs Boatman .. .. ... .. .. .. r. ,1







































































































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Smith, G. M. A., Prists Warider. . z
Smith, J. H., Nelson, Assistanrt Conservator of Forests .. .. .... 23
TIorres, O. A., Junior Clerk, Treasuty .. .. .. 342
Trumbach, L. A., Third Class Clerk, Medical Department 9
Yorke, R. H., Second Class Clerk .. .. 185
Young, H. W., Third Class Clerk, District Commissioner's Office, Stann Creek .. 197
Ysagnirre, E. L., District: Commissioner .. .. .. .. Ir
APPOINTMEiNT DECLARED VACANT .. .. ....... .... 165
Armnistice Day, 1941; Non-observance of .. .. .. .. .. .. 399
Armstrong, A. (alias Toribio Armstrong); guilty of Bigamy .. .. .. 115
Arnoux, E. A., seconded to the British L~egation, Guatemala .. .. 319
Attorney, Powers of Evidence and Act, 1940o .. .. 211
Auction, Sale of Pigs, Agricultural Station, Stanln Creek .. 241


Balderamos, H~on. Mr. A., Justice of the Peace .. 4I
Bancroft, O. L., Attorney General .. .. ..... .. .. 267, 333
to act as Attorney General .: .. 363
BEeattie, C. R., Officer of th~e Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (ii
Division) .. .. .. ... 11
Belize-Cayo Road; Sale of Report of Commission of Inquiry into alleged irregularities 120
Belize Loan Board; appointments .. 2, 153, 289
Belize Loan Board Report, 1939 -- -- 123
Belize Town Board; biIembers 438
Belize Town Board; nomination oif candidates ... .. 40,1
Belize Town Board Election; notice to voters .. .. 187
results .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 437
Bigamy; notice re .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., ..~ 115
Biddle, F. W., Esq., O.B.E., J.P., leave of absence .. 165, 275
resumption of duties .. .. .. ..342
BRit~le, Lt. F. R. G., Aljutznt,British H7nduras Defence Force .. .. .. 23
Bills Publishned- .. 23, 37, 62, 72, 92, 112, 120, 141, 154,- IE`6, It 8, 239E, 253,
267, 289, 297, 320, 349, 397, 406, 434
Bill Re-publishe~d- .. .. .. ... 437
Bills t> be prejent--d to the Legislative Coulncil- 29, 37, 49, 61, 69, 72, 83, 91,~

336, 3rl, 333, 342, 351, 358, 406, 41II, 415, 4oo, 447


Binoculars for the Fo~r ces .
Births & Deaths; Deputy Registrars of


.. 72
216, 252,
399,~ 433
.. 72


.. .. .. 12, 119, 133, 177,


Bowen, Hon. Mr. E. WN. M., leave of absence ..
Bowen, P. C. P., to act as Magistrate, Belize .
Bowman, Hon. Mr. H. T. A., leave of absence .
Bowman, T. F., leave of absence .. ..
Member of the Executive Council
Resumption of duties .. ..
Bowring, Major T. L., R.E., Director of Public Works
Bra~dley, Miss I. M., leave of absence .. .. ..
Brown, E., leave of absence .. ....


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.. .. ..251
297
. 252
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. 153
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resumption of duty .. .. 38j
Bulgaria, United Statets Government to take charge of British interests in ... IS4
Bulgaria; War with Great Britain .. .. ... 509
Burn, A. A., Supyernumerary Probationer, Secretariat ... ... 311
Businesses, opening of new .. .. .. ... 41I5
Busby, G. S., resumption of duties .. ... .. .. III, 405
to act as D~irector of Surv~eys .. ... .. 23
Butter, Creamery (Max~imum Retail Prices) Ord'er ... .. ... 46I


Campbell, P., to act as Ward.er, B~elize Prison .. .. .
Canton, A. H., Supernumerary Clerk, Forest Department ..
Canton, G. B., Supernumerary Probationer .. .
Casasola, C. McD., Warder, Prison Departmenit .. .. .
Ceilsors Board, Film .. ..
Central Board of Health; appointments .. .. .. ..
Central Board of Health; Acting Clerk .. .. .. ..
Certificate, Teachers; cancellation of .. ....
suspension of .. .. .
Cervantes, Miss V. B., leave of absence .. .
SChemists and Druggists; list of registered .. .. ..
Chemnists and nrulsnists Board olf Exaininers; P'l rs v-r=~'-! sc~hools
ChevJerton, R. LI., Esql., a Captacin, British Hondiuras Defence Force
Chicle Dealers"' & Contractors' Licences-- .27, 24v :' 295, 304, 3I
Christmas Fund; Appeal .. .. .. .. .. ..
Coconut Oil (Maximum Prices) Orde-r ., .


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.. 393
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425
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413

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.. 424
8, 32I, 344, 39r0, 40,44
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:C >mpetent: Authority; Imports Regulations .. .. y
Comlpulsory Attendance Areas .. .. .. .. 3x2
CT1US' Enplsoy ttendace~l Areas; School Officers for .. .. .... /31(; 312
Committee, Ma~yan Indian Settlements W~elfare 91
Consul for Gulatemala at Belize; recognition of General Carlos Jurado R. as .. .. 48
General Carlos Jurado. R.. to act as .. 275
Consul for Swveden at Belize; termination of appointment of F. R. Ellis as H~onolaly 275
Consul of the United States at Belize; provisional recognition of THillia.m Flanks
Lebus, Jr. as Vice- . ; 434
Contraband Control, W~ar .. .. .. .. .. 485
Control of Prices of Dry Goods and Hardwvare, etc. .. .. .. 17o
Controller of Imports ... -.. . .. 373
Corozal Prison; phe-~e of detention .. .. .. 341
Carrigenda .. .. .. 222, 277, 286, 320, 35', 425
Coun~cils, Execcutive and Legislativ-e; despatch from the Secet~ary of ,taste cconce~nilg-
re-appointiment of Unofficial Mem~bers .. .. .. 454
Court, sitting of-
Cayo District . .. .. .. 170, 325, 230
Northern District ... .. .. 43, 53, 240, 182, 394
Orange Walk .. .. .. .. .. 285
Court, Supreme; holding of .. 93, 254, 374, 386, 393
Cross, The George, & Medal .. 306
Currency Commissioners; Statement of Board of .. .. 98, 348
Currencies, Designatec1; Amendmlent; of List .. 61
Currency Commissioners; appointments .. .. 2


Debts due to and from persons in the Channel islands .. .. .... .. 156
Debts; enemy property .. .. .. 277
Decorations, Orders and Medals . .. 306
Defence Force; appointments ... .*. 23, 62, 424

Defence Force; awards of Efficiency Medal ani Clasp to Non-Comnmissionel Officers,
etc. ..... .. ... .. .. .. 305
Defslce Regula~tionsj, 939; Maximu~m wholesale and retail prices .. 9,44,70, ln3, I60,
183, 203~ 224, 236, 270, 292, 299, 339, 368, 404, 430, 49;2
Dentists; list of registered .. .. 6
C.--;ovi. Registrars of Births and Deaths .. .. 112, 119, 133,177,216, 252,3S99433
De-reservation of land, Belize District .. .. zo
Despa7tchles from th-e Secretary of State for the Colonies:-
Extcutm-c and~ Legislative Councils; re-?rppointment of unofficial n on t em 454F
Policy; Thle Colonzial Emnpire Economic of lup..:i.1 .. .. .. .. 327
Detent'ion Orders a-gainst:- Lahondie, J. and A~dderley,, G. .. .. .. 34'
Detention; place of .. ..... .. 34 I
Diaz, VJ., rremission of prison sentence .. .. .. .. 71
Discharge 1 Prisone:-s' Aid Committee; appointments .. .. 2, 289, 342
Dam stic Produace; statements of exports of .. .. .... .. go, 175
Dry G-ids & Hardwvare, etc., Control of prices .. .. .. 1 If


Economic andl Firancial Policy in the Colonial Empire . .. 327
E~uca~tion, Board o- ; appointments .. .. .. .. I
Electoral Qzallfications and Regula~tions Ordinance, 1935, (N~o. 14q of "1935) The;
Can-cellation of lists of voters .... .. .. 455
Clai~~ms asi vote-s under ... .. .. 400
D~eive~ry of ch7ims as voters under .. .. .. z 29
rists of persons registeredI as V~oters--See Supp~tlement--
Voters for th~e Belize Division .. .. 1 73, 495
Vot-rs for th:e Norther~1nDivision .. .. .. 4-31, 464
Vot3rs for the7 ,Ctann CIreek Divfisionl .. ... .. 4.68
Voters for thle TIoledor Div-ision .. .. ... 432, 4 65
Votclrs for theC Western Divlision ... .. -466
Enemy Provertyi; DlE-tS 277
Enemy, Trrading wvith the; C3ouLntries reg~arded as being in enemy occupation 92,I5I,IE6,311
Estimates, 19)4I; approval of .. .. .. .. .. 153
EnSeFy, N., leave of absence .. 297
Evidence and Powrers of Attorney Act, 1940 .. .. .... 211
Examinations, Cambridge Local, 1940; certificates .. .. 335
forms of entry .. .. 135
successful c~anifiate at .. .... 173, 202
EmRminations, London University Ma~triculatin on 704; ertries .... .. 268, -157
Exz-minations, I47; Teachers' and Pacil Tenders'.: .. ... .. .. 35
successful cand~idates .. 258, 267
E-xamniners a~d. Insnectors under Thie M~otor Veb~ides and Road T: :'." Ordinance.. 83, 84
Examiners of Chemists and Druggists, Board of; appoin~tments .. .. I














Exchange Control; revocation of exemptions, etc. under the Defence (]Finance) Regn-
lations 1939-40 .. -- 6
Executiv~eCouncil; MemberS ** .. 253
Exports of Domestic Produce .. .. .. ** .. .. g,1
Expsort----Re, of United K~ing~B an Ges .* ** ** ** i 24x
Expulsion Orders against:-
Blisset, J., (alias Campbell) .. 3oS
MEaatines, E. .. 9* 8d
Ve~es, J. M. G. .* ** ex
Ruiz, A. ... ** z
Expulsion Order against V. ~Diae; revolcation of ... .7


ng. submlission of views est .. .* 344
ence .: .. .. .. 77
n of duty .. 3rg
. .. .. ... ... ,, g 86
n the Colonial Empire .. .. ** -- ** 32
433
Empire .. .. .* ** ** 333
.. .. .. .* ** 384
..I 2243, 55,.67, 77, ro3, II2, I7f l, 80; 18 203, 217, 226
254, 268, 280, 286, 298, 308, 3r2, 32r, 334, 343. 351, 4cog, 41r7,
427, 435, 439 448, 458
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e 399, 445
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Fatories (I94r) Bill,. The; inviti:
Ferguson, J. D. A., leave of abs
resumption
EMeruson, R. E., leave of absenc
Film Censors Board .
Financial arid Economic Policy i
PinaEncial. Year; close of .. .
Finnish interests in the British I
Pereign Securities; returns.
Forest Applications- ..


Forest O~fficers .. .
plankso~n, A. S.., leave of absence
Friendly Seeieties: notice to .
Fttiter, E, W,, leave of absence
Fuller, L. E., Senior Warder


Gabourel, Hon. Mr. 8. L., J..P., leave of absence .. ** *
resumption of duties .. .. ..
Gazette Subscriptions, 1942; renewarl *
Gibson, A. N., leave of absence .* **
Gift parcels .. .. .
Government scholarships to secondary schools
Governor, His Excellency the; return from tours .. .
tours of .
Governor's Deputy; commission appointing Mr. R. E. Turnbulll ..
Grant, E. A., leave of absence .. .. .. .. -* -.
Greek mainland, British interests on; U.S.A. Government in charge of ..
Guild, D: L., Inspector and Examiner under the Motor Vehicles and Road
Ordinance, for Beliie District ... .. .. .. .. ..


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384
493
239
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225, 456
zog,445, 485
..102, 444, 464
fox, 443, 463
.II
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Traffic
S 83, 84


I;arbour Advisory Board; appointments .. ..... ..
Hardware & Dry Goods etc; Control of prices ..
Holiday, Public an<} Bank .. .... .. ..
Hope, M. O., leave of absence .. .
Kughes, H. J., Commissioner of Income Tax
to act as Attorney Ge'neral .. .. .
to act as Colonial Secretary and Financial Secretary
Vice-Chairman, Belize Loan Board .
H~ungary, British interests in; U.S.A. Government to take charge of
Hurricane Precautions .. .. ..
H~yde, J. B., leave of absence .


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. 98, 426
.- 445
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297
.. 153
186
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266


Itnports, principal; comparative Statements-See Supple~ment-
Imports; Purchases through Sterling area centre .. .. .... ..
Import Control Office .. .- ** **
Import Licences; procedure ,. .-
Import Licence; Special United Kingdom Transhipment .. .
Imports Regulations; Competent AUthority .. .. .. .. -* *- --
Import Restrictions List ... .. .. .. ..
In or tj and Exports shipments; insurance .. .. .. .* **
Importation of semi-manufactured articles of iron and steel; details regarding
Income Tax Commissioner .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Income tax: filing of returns .. .... .. ** ** -*
Income tax; Warrants for recovery of .. 56,
Industrial School, Official Visitors to; appointments .. .. .. .. ..
Inspector,, (Northiern District) (Corozal), under the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
Ordinance 1938 (No. 32 of 1938) .. .. ...* -- --
Insurance of Imports and Exports shipments .. .. .. .. ..
Ir xx & St al; licences to import Semi-manufactured articles of .


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Japanese Commerce; reprisals restricting .. .. .. ..
Johanson, Major J. L~., assumption of duty as Officer Comm~anding
ditras Defence Force .. .. .. .. ..
Lieutenant-Colonel, British Honduras Defenee Force
Jordon, Miss A., retirement on pension .. .. .. ..
J~ibilee Pulblic Library Committee; -appoint~ments ..-.. ..
Juili List; revision of -.. --.. --.. .. .. .. -
Justices of the -Peace .. .. ..
KC.

K~ieffer, ht. W.-H., Captain, British Honduras Defence Force ..
King's, His Majesty The; Birthday Parade .. .. .. ..
Kitching, R. A., leave of absence ..... .. .. ..
Resumption, of duty -.. .. .. ..


.. 509
tte British Ecn-
.. 19
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.. .. 384




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97
.. 305
.. 342


Iabour (Minimum Wage) Ordinance, 1940; appointments under .. .. 446
Land Applications; published weekly .
Latid, Sale of-
Belize-Corozal Road .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. zz

El Cayo District .. .. .. .. 394
:I North Stann Creek (Tipperary area) .. .. 17o
North. Stann Creek .. .. .. 3lo, 394
'Stann Creek .. .. .. .. .. ... .... .. .. 207
Stann Creek Valley Road .. .. .. .. .. .. 343
Land Tax; summonses for non-payment of ..- .. .. zo, 25, 32, 331 52,roy, 122, 127,
145, 146, 279, 314, 315, 358, 369, 370, 371, 372, 427, 438, 439
Iaugley, C. G., Esq., K.C., commissioner- for consolidating and preparing new and
revised edition of the Laws . .. .251
Leave of absence-
Aikman, 1Miss A. C. .. . 319
Anderson, D~r. V. F. .... .. .. .. .. 72, 197
Biddle, F. W., Es~q., O.B.E., J.P .. .: 165, 275
Bowen, Hon. Mkr. lt. W. M. .. .. .. 72


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363,445
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Ilf, 266
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Bowman, Hon. Mr. T. F. ..
Bradley, Miss I. M. .. .
Brown, E. ..
Cervantes, Miss V. B. ..

Eusey, N...
Ferguson, J. D. A. .. ..
Ferguson, R. E. .
P- rankson, A. S. .. ..
Fuller, E. W. .. .
Gaboulrel, H~on. Mr. H. L., J.P.
Gibson, A. N. .. ..
Grailt, E. A. .. .

Hope, M. O. .
Hyde, J. B. .. .. ..
Kitching, R. A. .. ..
Lizarraga, L. R. .
Mc~e sey, G. T. .. ..
Mcginstry, Hon. Mr. S. A.
Melhado, Hon. Mr. B. A., J.P.
Melhado, Hon. Mr. H. I. ..
Paterson, Miss M. .

Pepitune, J. .. .
Sidley, W. A. de B. ..
Tench, S. E. .. .

Tingling, A. .. ..
Turton, Hon. Mr. R. S., J.P.
Uttley, D. P. .. .. ..

Waight, J. A. .. ..
Woods, Miss M. E. .
Yorke, R. H. .. .
Yorke, R. M. ..

Legislative Coulncil; Addtress by His
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Excellency the Governor
lists of voters at election


Legislative Council; appointments .. .. ..
Licence, seee~ial United Kinczdom Transhipment Import
Licence for Cotton Thread from; United Kingdom
cancellation of ..
Licences. Import; procedure .. .. .. ..


Licences, Open1 General for commodities from the United Kingdom


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Licences, Produce 35, 254, 277, 171, r87, 3651 395, 435
Licences to import semi-manufactured articles of iron and steel .4.. 88
Licensing Meetinlgs-
Belize 1. .. ... ...... .. .. .. To, 240, 365, 455
SCorozal .. 41,254, 3 66, 488
SE1 Cayo I. .27,254,359,488


Orange Walk .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
~Punta Gorda .. .. .. .. .
Stant Creek .. .
Licensing Officer .. .. .. ..
L~izarragoa, P. B., to act as Assistant Supply Officer, Stann Creek District
L~izarragoa, L. R., leave of absence ..' ..' .. .. .. ..
Locusts .
Log Boom, St. James! Boom; licence to construct and maintain ..
Lunatic Asylum, Board of Visitors; appointments ..-.. .. ..


24
1zo, 269, 366, 488
92, 228, 366, 455
.. ..4331

48
.. ..237
.. ..2l9"


IVachinery Returns .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 269
Mai~chinaery Returns; warning for non-compliance with Order .. ..359
Married Women's Deeds; Commissioners .. .. .. .. .. 4
Maximumn Retail Prices Order, Butter (Defence Regulations 1939) ** 461
Maximum Wholesale and Retail Prices (Defence Regulations, 1939) *.. g 44, 70,;
II3, 160, 183, zo3, 224, 236, 270, 292, 299, 339, 368, 404, 430, 492
Mc~esey, G. T., leave of absence .. .. .. .. 4"3
IM=Kinstry, Hon. Mr. S. A. .. .. .. II1
Mtc~aab, J. W., Road Foreman .. .. .. .. .. .. 285
McNab, R. L., Road Foreman .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 445
Medal, The British Empire .. .. .... .. .. .. .. 306
Medal, The George Cross and .. .. . 306
Medals, Decorations and Orders .. .. .. .. .... 306.
M--lical Practitioners; list of registered .. .. 8.
Medical Registration, Committee of ; appointments .. .. ... .
Malhado, Hon. Mr. B. A;, J.P., leave of absence .. ... 23, II9, 406
nominated unofficial member of the Legislative Council 48
resumption of duties ... .. 1541 433
Melhado, Hon. Mr. H. I., O;B.E:, J.P., leave of absene.. .. .. 177
resumption of duties ... .. .. 229)
Mete~rological Observations- .. .. r6, 26, ro8, 159, 210, 291, 309, 345, 392, 429, 460
Midwives, list of registered .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4


Military, Pensions Board; appointments .. .. .. .. ..
MLilitlry Training; inviting applicants to undertake voluntary part-time
Minis-teres of Religion; list of registered .. .. .. .. ..
M~iintyr, J. R., Controller of Imports .. .. ..
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Regulations, 1939; Order limiting weig]
using Roaring Creek Bridge .. .. .. .. .. ..
Mullins River Town Board; members .. .. .. .. .


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7, 226, 332, 391
373
ht of Vehicles
75
241


erritory .. 62, zzo, 134j
253, 267,


National Day of Prayer; Service at St. John's Cathedral
Netherlands Business Concerns; Transfer of to Oversea te


New Boston Estate, Sale .. ..
Nicholson, E. A., to act as Inspector of Schools
Non-official Notices:--
L~og Boom at St. James' Belize River..
Trade Mark of-
Brunswick Radio Corporation .. ...
Decca Records, Inc. .. .. .. ..
E. I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company .. ..
Libby, McNeil & Libby .. .. .
Nicholson File Company .. .. ..
Orang-e-Crush Company .. .. ..
Standard Brands Incorporated .. ..
Wilson, W., stealing of Probate of the Will of


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. 381
. 304
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. 372
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Obituary .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...
Office; administration of Imports Regulations .. .. .. .. ..
Oil, coconut (Maximum Prices) Order .. .
Optometry Practitioners; list of registered. ... ..
Orders of His Majesty The King in Council--
Allied Forces (Application of Acts to Colonies, etc.) (No. I) Order, 194I;
Allied Forces (Application of Acts to Colonies, etc.) (No. 2) Order, 1941
Allied Forces (Application of 23 Geo. S.c. 6) ( No. I) Order, 1940, The
Allied Forces (Greece and Yugoslavia) Order, The .. .. .. ..


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.. 494
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Defence Regulations (Reciprocal E~Eqforcement) Otect s 1944 The .,....@8
Japanese Commerce; Reprisals restricting .. s g
Visiting oForms (British Commonwealth) (Application to Colonies, etc.) Order in
Goggit2i 194o .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1, 45
Oldinancesaspeggd to.. 154, 26l, 333,cyg,4I4, 446~
Orgkinances not disallowed .. ..154, so6, 229, 252, 3z4193> 35-8, 393

Onglpoo RgCafComittee; appointments .. . id ..


Paterson, Miss MA., leave of absence .. .. ,. 8
P&Ainable Office; declaration of office of Mechanic, Machine Sh-op, P.11.D. as .. a4
Pensions Board, Military .. .. .
Pepitune, J., 1eagve of absence .. .. .... ,
Pigs, Agricultural Station, Stann Creekr; action sale of .. .. .. 247r
Pipeshank, Sale of .. .. .. 298
Poyser, Sir K~enneth Elliston, D.S.O., Legal Adviser in the Colonial Office 3.
Pgiie, R. M. R., Sanitary Inspectpr +..", ,, 6
Prices, Maximum wholesale and retail (Defence Regulations, 1939)-- .<, 44, 24,

Prices, (14aximum Retail Prices) Butter i')rder (Defence Weghtditisi, Io 9) .. 46
Prices o( d~ry goods and hardn~are, etc,, coptrol.9 of. 170
Pgisons, Official Visitors to; appointments .. ..
Prison sentence; remission of .. ..,. 7
Prisons, Visiting Justices to; appointments --
Pgglbation Committees .. .. .. .. .. .. 48
Probcation Officers .. .. .. .. .... -- 4863
Produce, Domestic; statements of.exports of .. .. .. .. go 175
Produce Licences .135, 17:, If;, 244. 477, 363, 395, 435.
Property, real and personal; registration of claims to in France or IBelgian ~ 9
Public Officers' Guarantee Fund; annual, report of the Directors of the .. 9
security of officers under za


R xilw ty Superintendent's Quarters, inviting offers for purchase .. ., a
Rtassim, Dr. H. S., to act ais District Commissioner, Toledo I r.. z
Recruitment of personnel from United TKiggdc .. 437
Red Cross Drive 1941; proceeds 30s
Re-Export of United Kingdom Goods 241
Re~ief Committee, Outdoor r
RELINQUISHMENTS--
Bowen, F. C. P. .. .. Il
Courtena~y, W. H...a. .. .. .. .. .... 4o5
Governor, His Excellency The, as Chairman of the Belize Loan Board .. 153
Hugh~es, H. J., as Acting Attorney General .. .. 333
as Acting Colonial Secretary and Financial Secretary 333
Masson, R. K., as Secretary the Sugar Control Board .. .426>
Matth~ews, Major P. E., O.B.E., as Officer Commanding the British Hondulas
Defence Force 9"
Nicholson, E. A., as Acting Inspector of Schools 393'
Remembrance and Dedication Day, 1941 3S9'
Reservation of Land, Cayo District .... 24I
RESIGNATIONS--
Andrews, R., as Male Attendant, Poor House .. .a1
Erskine, C., as School Officer for Compulsory Attendance Area .. ..18
Fitzg-ibbon E., as School Officer for Rockstone Pond compulsory attendance area 84
Ltewis, N. W., Second Lieutenant as an Officer of the British Honduras Defence
Force .... ... .. .. .. .. 62
Woods, Miss M. E., as Typist .. .. -- 35 I
Restrictions List; Imports .. .486
RESUMPTION OF DUTI~ES--
Anderson, Dr. V. F. 285
Biddle, P. W., O.B.E., J.P. 342
Bowman, Hon. Mr. T. P... 342'
Brpwn, E. 383'
Busby, G. S. .. .. ... III, 40t3
Ferguson, J. D. A. 3I9:
Gabourel, Han. 1Mr. H. L., J.P. .- 384,
Kitching, R. A. .. .. .. .-* 342"
Melhado, Hon. Mr. B. A., J.P. .. 154, 433-
Melhado, Hon. Mr. H. I., O.B.E., J.P. .. .. .. 2g
Turton, Hon. Mr. R. S., J.P. 18, 32022
Ushier,H. C. .. .. .. .... .... Ir`
Wolffsohn, Hon. Mr. A. N. III, 405
Yorke, R. H. .... .. 445










Retirements on Pension--
Card, 1Miss A.
Card, W. A. ..
Eyles, A. E. .
Grant, E. A. .
Jordon, Miss A. .. .. .. .. .. .*
Vellos, A. E., First Class Clerk, Stann Creek Railway
Yorke, R. M. .. .
Returning Officer, Belize Town Board Election ..
Returns of Machinery .. .. ..
Warning for non-compliance with order .. ..
Revenue. of British Honduras--See Suplement
Rifle Range .. .
Roaring Creek Bridge Vehicles; Order limiting weight ..
Rockstone Pond Government School; inviting applications for
Roumania; British interests in .. .. .. .
Royalty Rate List for Forest Produce, 1941 ..


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.. 384
.. 269
.. 359

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.. 75
post as principal .. 13
.. 83
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Sale of Bonded Goods .
Sale of Crown L~and--
Belize-Corozal Road .. .. .. .. .. ..
El Cayo District .. ..
North Stann Creek .. .
North Stann Creek (Tipperary area)
Stann Creek Valley Road.. .. ., ..
Sale of Leases--
Belize District .. .. .
Cayo District .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Stann Creek District .. .. .. .. .. ..
Toledo District .. .. ... ..
Sale of Pipeshank .. .. .. .. .. ..
Sale of Properties, Belize .. .. .. .. ..
Sz1e of Lo~ts, Corozal District .. .. .. .. .. ..
Sale, New Boston Estaite. .
Scholarships at Epsom College .. ...
S-hoJlarships, Government, to Secondary Schools .. .. ..
Soholarships, Teachers' Training .. .. .. .. ..
School Officers for compulsory attendance areas
S-hool Supplies Store; hours and closing of .
Schools, efficient .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
S acndments-- Britirsh Hon~duras Forestry Unit, Scotland--:
Gardner, KI. C., as Sanitary Officer .. .
Jeffery, P. R., as Clerk .. .. .. ..
Patterson, Dr. T., as Welfare and Medical Officer
'Phillips, O. N. D., as Second in Command.
Secretary of State for the Colonies; appointment .. .. ..
Securities, Sterling Bearet .
Securities, Foreign; returns .. .. .. .. .. ..
Selection Board, War Services .. .. .. .. ..
Sidley, W. A. de B., leave of absence .. .. .. ..
Social Welfare Committee; appointments .. .. ..
Stann Creek TIow~n Board; election notice to voters .. ..
nominations of candidates .. ..
results of bye-election .


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394
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105, 222, 344 448
30, lo5, 222, 344, 448
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Statutory Rules and Orders--
No. I-Proclamnation-Prohibiting, except under licence, the sale of firearms and
ammunition.. .. .. .. ..
z- The Tradling with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment No. I) Order
3--The District Courts Fees (Civil Procedure)
4--The Labour Law Fees .
5i-The District Courts Pees (Criminal Procedure). .. ..
6--The Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment N-o. 2) Order
7-Proclamation-Declarin g Thursday the 12th day of June, 194I, to be a
Public and Bank Holiday
8 The Defence (Amendment) Regulations .. .. .. .. ..
91-Proclamation ~Prorogu~ing the Legislative Council .. .. ..
Io--Proclamation Ordering the: holding of a Session of the Legislative Councii
nI-The Belize Prison Rules (Amendmnent)
rza-The Dist~ricts' Prisons Rules (Amrendmrent)
r3--The District Courts Fees (Civil P~rocedure) Order
14--The Belize Town Board Property Tax Order
15 -The Currency Restrictions (Exemption) (Amendment) Ordler ..
16--The Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment N'o. 3) Crder
17--The Transport, Travelling and Subsistence (Amendmnent) Rules ..
18--The Defence (Finance) (Ahmendment) Regulaeions .


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Ig--The Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Amendment Regulations s ., o3
20--The Protected Places (Amendment) Orders .. 12
zrl-Royal Proclamation-Revoking Royal Proclamation by His Ma~ajesty the
King prohibiting, except under licence, the exportation from the Colony
of Arms and Ammunition and certain other military and naval stores
and foodstuffs . .. .. .. 11
zz--The Exports Regulations 1941 . .. 112
23--Proclamnation bringing into force the Trade Unions Ordinance, 1941 (No. I.
of lg41) .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. 1zo
24--The Trading with the Enemy (Amendment) Regulations .. .. Iso
z$-The Post Office (Increase of Postage Rates) Regulations .. .. 131
zS-T9he Freight Passenger Vehicles (Stann Creek Rescission) Regulations .. 134
27-Tlhe Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment No. 4) Order 134
28--The Imports (Restriction) (Amendment) Order .. IS1
29-The Defence (Finiance) (Amendment Nao. 2) Regulations .... 154
30--The Currency Restrictions (Exemption) (Amendment No. 2) Order .. 155
3I--The Defence (Amendment No. 2) Regulations .. .. .. 166
32-The Trading with the Enemy (Specified Areas) Order .. .. 166
33--The Defence (Finance) (Amendment No. 3) Regulations .. 199
34--The Currency Restrictions (Exemption) (Amendmen~t No- 3) Order 199
35-T*he Ju~bilee Library (Amendment) Regulations .. .. .. .. 199
36--The Savings Bank (Amendmenlt) Rules .. .. 206
37--The Midwives Regulations .. .. .. .. 216
38--The Trading with the Enemy (Specified Areas) (No. 2) Order .. 221
39--The Export of Valuables (Prohibition) Order .. .. 229
40-The Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment No. 5) Order 229
4I--The Sarawina Land Reservation (Amendment) Regulations .. .. 239
42--The Chicle Protection (Amendment) Regulations .. 267
43-T~he Exportation of Fruit (Grapefruit and Oranges and Tangerines)
(Amendment) Regulations .. 267
44-The Belize Prison Rules (Amendment) (No. 2) .. .. 275
45--The Import Duties (Preferential Tariff) (Am~endmrent) Regulations .. 275
45--The Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendmrent No. 6) Order 275
47--The Trading with the Enemy Investment Order .. 285
48--Proclamation. Amending the Schedule to Proclemation No. I of 1925 .. 285
49--Proclamation Declaring 'various parcels of Crown land to be a Forest Reserve 289
50-T~he Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Anrendtrent No. 7) Order .289
5I-The Savings Bank (Amendment) Rules .. .. 289
52--The Defence (Finance) (Amendment No. 4) Regulations .. .. 289
53-Trlhe Prize Court (Fees) Rules (No. 2), 194o .. 297
54--The Telegraph and Telephone (Amendment) Rules .. .. 297
55--The Trading with the Enemy (Specified Areas) (No. 3) Order .. ..3II
56--The.Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment No. 8) Order 334
57-O0rder rescinding the Trading with the Enemy (Specified Areas) (No. 2)
Order, 194I (S. R. & O. No. 38 of 1941) . .. 334
58--The Currency Restrictions (Exemption) (Amrendment No. 4) Order 334
59;-The -Defence (Finance) (Amendment No. 4) Regulations .. 334
60-The Trade Unions Rules .. .. .. .. 334
61--The Trade Unions Regulations .. .. .. 334
62-Proclamation. Bringing into operation the Trade Unionis Rule~s .. .. 3;34
63-The Pensions (Amendment) Regulations .. . .. 334
64--The Trading with the Enemy (Fees for Patents, Lesigns and Traie Marks)
Exemption Regulations .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 334
65--Amendment of Rules made by .the Governor on thre fifth day of July, 194r
(S.R. & O. 1940, No. 40), under the Authority of Regulation 18 (7) of
the Defence Regulations, 1939 (8. R. and O. 1039, NTo. 69 342
66--Proclamation. Prohibiting the Importation of certain restricted articles
except under licence .. .. .. .. 349
67--Pioclamation. Altering Proclamation No. 49 of 1 I .. 363
68--Proclamation. Amending the Schedule of Proclamaticn No. I of 1925 363~
69--The Imports (Amendment) Regulations .. .. 373
70-The Defence (Pinance) (Amrendment No. 5) Regulations .. .3P4
7r--The Securities (Restriction on Diisposal) Ord'er .. q
72z-The Trading with the Enemy ~: cifiedl~ Persons) (A1rendzr~ent No. 9) Order qco
73-The Defence (Amendiment No. 3) Regulations . c6
74--The Recruiting of Workers Regulations .. .. 414
75-T~he Trading with the Enemy ( pa-inedl Persons) (Amendlrent No. r0)
Order .. .. .. .. ... .. 414
76--The Control of Communications Order .. .. .. 424
77--The Exports (Amendtment) Regrulations .. .. 426
78--The Trading with the Enemy ,'peche'r F-1 -,sn- (Amendment No. 11)
Order .. .. .. 4341
79-Proclamation Declaring the minimumn rates of wages for crews of vessels
rj'-ill on the Belize River .. .. ..... .. .... 434
80-Proclamation. Changing certain dates in the Reg~ulations contained in the
Schedule to the Electoral Qulalifications and Regoulations Ordinance, 1935


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(No. 14 of 1935) ; ** 434
81--The Forest (Amendment) Rules .. .. .. .. .. .. 437
82-Trhe Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendmrent N~o. 12)
Order .. .. 437
83-The Trading with the Enemy (Specified Pergons) (Amzendment No. 13)
Order .. n 446
84--The Currency Restrictions (Exemption) (Amendmenqt No. 5) Ordier ..455
85--The Defence (Finance) (Amend~menL N'o. 6) Regulations .. .. 455
86-FPishi at liflanatee Bar (Prohibition) Order ... ... 455
87-T~he Trading with the Enemy (Specifiedl Persons) Amendmeat No. 14) Orde
83--Proclamnation. Bringing into Foirce the Probation of Of~fendercs Ordinance
194I (No. 9 of 194I) .... .. 6
89--The Probation Rules .. .. .. .. 6
go-T~lhe Imp~ort Duties (Preferenltial arinff) (A:mendment 110. 2) Regulatic ns .. E 6
97I-Proclaming that War with Finland, H~ungary, JRoumania and Japan has
broken out .. .. .. .. .. .. .. a86
gz--The L~egal Vacation Order r942
93--The Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) (Amlendment) Order
94--The Defence (Amendment No- 3) Regulations .. .
95--The Control of ~Maps Order .. ..
96--The Public Cemeteries Rules and Regulations .. .. .. ..49
Sterling area imports .. ... .. 135
Stock Returns; amendment to schedule "A" . 366
Stock Returns Order; Defence Regulations 1939 96
'Storey-, J. F., Inspector of Police .. .. .. .. 221
Sugar Control Board; appointments .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2
Secretary .. ....... .. .. 426
Summonses for non-payment of Land Tax-- 20, 25, 32, 33, 52, lo7, 122, 127, 145, 146
279, 3r4, 3I5,- 358, 369, 370, 371, 372, 4"7, 43S, 439
Supreme Court; Comnmissio~ners of the .. .. .. ... 4
Supreme Court; sitting of .. .. 93, 374, 386, 393
Supply Officer, Acting Assistant, Stann Creek District .. .. .. 298
8.1pply Officer, Stann Creek District; termination of appointment .. .. .. 352


Teacher's Certificate; cancellation of .. .. .. .. ..
suspension of .. .. .. .. ..
Teachers; scholarships for training of .. .. .. .
Telegram from Chief of the Imperial General Staff to all Troops
Telegrams from the Secretary of State--
Day of Remembrance and Dedication, 191 ..
Herbert Moss; death of .. .. .... ..
Lord Lloyd; death of .. .. .. .. .. ..
National Day of Prayer .. .. .. .. .. .
Sympathy; appreciation by L~ady Lloyd of message of ..
Tench, S. E., leave of absence .. .. .. ..
Tenders accepted .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Tenders Examination Committee; appointments .. .. ..
Tenders Invited--
Asphaltic Bitumen Road Emulsions .. .. .. ..
Chicle .
Flaur .. .. .. ..
Fuel Oil=-Electrical Department .. .. .. .
Fuel Oil for Suction Dredger .. .. .. .. ..
Gasoline and Kerosene .. .. .. .. .. ..
Government Supplies .. .. .. .
\Groceries .. .. .. .. ..
Ikhaki Shirting .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Pauper Burials .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Railway Car Bodies .. .. .. .. .. ..
Special Lighthouse Kerosene .. .. .. .. ..
Stann Creek Outdoor Relief .. .. .. .. ..
Tarpaulins .. .. .. .. .. 4.. .
Transportation of Produce from Punta Gorda to .Belize ..
Wood Fuel .. .. .. ..
Thread, cotton; United Kingdom open general licence ..
cancellation of .. .. .. .. .
Tingling, A. B., leave of absnece .. .. .. .. ..
Tourist Committee; appointments .. .. .. .. .
TowRn Boar~d, Stann Creek; Bye-election, holding of .. ..
notice to voters .. .. .. .
nomination of candidates .. ..
results of bye-election.. ..
Town Boards in the out-districts; appointments .. .. ..
Trade and, Information Reports .. .. .. .. ..
Tradesmen, skilled for service in the British Army .* **


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Transfers--
B~oyee, E. A., to British Guianan .
Grant, H. S., to Public Works Department .. ..
Hoy, W. J., to Agricultural Department ...
Mcjlinstry, Hon. Mr. S. A., to Nigeria ..'. .
Mitchell, E. B., to Posts and Telegraphs Departnl r ..
Moody, F. O., to Audit Department .. .. .. .. .
Rabateau, J. J., to Medical (Health) Department .. .. ..
Smith, G. D., to Education Department .. ..
Wolffsohn, G. H., to Secretariat .. .. ..
Young, H. W., to District Commissioners's Office, Stann Creek .
Transport Board; appointments .. .. .. .. .. .
Travellers to the United Kingdom; w~arning r.*. .. ..
Turnbull, Hon. Mr. R. E., Cai~tlrman, Belize Loan Board .
Turton, ]Hon. Mr. R. $., o?: eave of absence ..
resumption of duties .. ..


United Kingdom commodities; open general licences .. .. ..
United Kingdom goods; re-export of .. .. .. .. .. ..
United Kingdomr personnel; recruitment of .. ..*.. .. ..
Usher, H. C., resumption of duty .. .. .. .. .. ..
Uttley, D. P., leave of absence .. .. .. .. .. ..


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Valuations Appeal Board .. .. .. .. ..
date for hearing appeals .. .. .. ..
Visiting Forces (British Commonwealth) Act, 1933; The. .. .. ..
Voters List;; Female and Male--See Supplement
Voters' List; objection to insertion of name of Edward Austin of Belize .
Vat ars' List, male; claims for inset tion .. .. .. .. .. ..
Voters' List; Stann Creek Town Board .. .. .. .. .. ..
Voters' List; revision of .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..


374
362
316
365


Waight, J. A., leave of absence .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
War; Contraband Control .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
War; Countries at, with Great Britain ... .. .. .. .. ..
War Services Selection. Board .
Warning t> Travellers to the United Kingdom ..
WLFalre Cuxulittee, Mayan Indlian settlements .
Welfare Committee, Social .
Win-the-War Fund, British Honduras; statement of receipts and expenditure
Wolffsohn, Hon. Mr. A. N., member of the Belize Zloan Board .. .
resumption of duties .. .. .. .. ..
to act as Director of Public Works .. ..
Workman's Compensation Bill; inviting views of persons for consideration by S
Committee .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Woods, Miss D. B., Typist, Forest Department .. .. .. .. ..
Woods, Miss Mi E., leave of absence .. .. ..


.-383
..485
S-451
.. 11
..112
..91
..2
..60
.. 289
InI, 405
.. 239
elect
.. 131
..373
77


Yorke, R. M., leave of absence
Yorke, R. H., leave of absence
resumption of duty


. .. .. 31
. .. .. 342
. .. .. 445


Electoral Qualifications and Regisations Ordinance, 1935 (No. r4 of
persons registered as Voters--
Belize Division .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Northern Division .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Stann Creek Division .. .. .. .. .. ..
Toledo Division .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Western Division .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Imports; principal; comparative statements .. .. .-
Revenue of Sritish Honduras, 1940; comparative statements of .
1 I4I 33, 37, 43 4'
Voters' Lists; female .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
male .


1935); list of



.. 15
8
9
** 25,3 7
.. ..9, 21, 29
7, 71: 75, 79, 83, 87
.65
-- -- --51


INDEX TO SUPPLEMeENT





















,GAZETTE


ThXTR AO-RDINNA Y

BRITISH HONDURAS

.PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

No. 1 BELIZE, 2nd JANUARY, 1941 .Pagi 1


.


Captain -J~am~es R. Stevens, MrCk.,
H. T. Grant, Esquire,.
W. H. ,ieffer, Esquibire.
.Secretaryy-The Harbour Master.
M.P. 01027.

BOARD OF AGCRICULTURE.
S (Ord. No. 14 of1936).
The Agricultural Officer, Chairman (ex officio),
Honourable Mr. T. F. Bowman,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire,
H. Stansbury, Esquire.
Secretary-M~hr. R. S. Finla) son.
9 M.P. 1750-34.

BOARD O~F EDUCATION.
(Ord. No. 14 oh926 and Ord. No. 38 of 1935).
His Excellency the Governor, President, (ex tof-
ficio),
The Colonial Sscret y (etx officio),
The Reverend M. MO'Connor, S.J.,
The Reveend R. Cleghorn, O.B.E., J-.:.
Thie Revereqd A. G. Burnham,
Miss 13. A. Alexander,
S. NJ. Camnpbell,f squire
M. J. Baker, Esquire.
Secretary- The Directo~r of Education.
M.P. 0356.

COhIMITTECE OF MEDICAL REGISTRA-
TION.
S(Ord. No. 26 of 1928).
The Senior Mdedical Officer, Chairman (ex offi-
clo)
The Attorney G~Eeneril
The First Medical Officer, Belize,


*M.P. 01191.
Canolon~ialgifcycr taB' office,
* Belize, January, 19"41,


No. i.


APPOINJTMNTS.

His Excellseny the Governor has Been pleased
to make the under-mlentioned Appointmennts in
respect of the year 1940,
For convenience the -ex officio MeniEbers ae
also show~n.
By Command. ,
R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.

BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF CHEMISTS
AnD,9 DRUGGISTS.
(Ord No. 17 of 1939).
The \Senior Medical Officer (ex officio), Chair-
The Frst Medical Officer, Belize, "
Dr. K,.Heusner, JR.P
M.P. 0571

CENTRAL BORD OF HEALTH. .
(Ord. No. 23 of 1938).
The Senior Medical Officer, Chairman,,
'Tfhe Direcitotr loff ubllie Workrs,
Dr. K. Heusnler, J.P.'
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire'
R. H. Eyles, Esquite,
B. M. A. Stuart, Esqui~rle


1




i


i





J


HAiQRBOU~R ADVLISORY' BOARD.
(Ord. No. 39.of 1935).


The Golinal Secret~uaryC ha irman .(e.r oj/icio ),Honourabl: ~Mr. H. II. klelhado, O.B.E., J.P,
The Superintendent of Police (ex offi~cio),*'MP 99











2 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


TRANSPORT BOARD.
(Ord. No. 32 of 1938).
The Director of Public Works, Chazima llex of.
ficio),
The Superintendent of Police (ex ojtjic-io),
Captain R. K. Masson, M.B.E., Surierintendenti
Belize Fire Brigade,
F. R. Dragten, Esquire, O.B.E., K.C., J.P.,
C. M. Staine, Esquire, Chairman, Belize Town
Board.
M.P. 02711,
-----"c~-* r

JUBILEE PUBLIC LIBRARY COMMITTEE.
(Ord. No. 37 of 1935).

His Excellency the Governor, Chairman.
Honourable Mr. R. 8. Turnbull, ,,
Honourable Mr. A. N. Wolffsohn,
Dr. V. F. Anderson, J.P.,
Miss L. M. Roberts, M.B.E.,
The Reverend H. J. Cook,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire,
Mrs: W. H. Kieffer.
* Secretary--Mr. A. H. Anderson.
~M.P. 0713.



OSFFICIAL VISITORS -INDUSTRIAL
SCHOOL.
(Ord. No. 9 of 1939). .

His Honour the Chief Justice (ex officio),
The Members of Executive Council (ex officio),
The District Commissioner, Stann Creek (ex of-


SOCIAL WELFARE COMMITTEE.
The Senior Medical Officer, Chairman,
The Agricultural Officer,
T'he Director of Education,
The Labour Officer,
Setretar) --A~r. G. T. McKesey.
M.P. 02937.


DISCHIRGiED PRISONERS' AID COM-
MITTEE.
'910 Superintendent of Prisons, Chairman,
Reverend E. P. Hiscock,-
IReverend M. M. Ganey, S.J.,
The Reverend Aldous C. Alexancier,
Julio T. Bouloy, Esquire, J.P.,.
Captain Wm, C. Price, V.D., J.P.,
Secretary--Adjutant Aston Davis.
M.P 01427.


COIbIFI '.'S *DNERS OF CURRENOEY.
(Ord. No. 1 of 1937).
The Colonial Secretary, Chairman,
Honourable Mr., A. N. Wolffsohn,
Honourable Mr. H. I. M~elhado, O.B.E., J.P.
Clerk--The Treasury Superintendent.

SM.P. 1363-34.

BECIZQl LOAN BOARD.
(Ord: No. 23 of 1932).
His Excellency the Governor, Chairman,
lionourable Mr. S. A. Alc~~mu~iry, Vied Chairman,
The Director of Public Works,
A. J. Hunter, Esquire, J.P.,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire,
R. HI. Eyles, Esquire.
Secretary--Major L. A. Jeffery.
M.P. 0268.

OUTDOOR RELIEF COMMITTEE.
The Senior. Medical Officer, Chairman,
The Superintendent of Police,
The Labour Officer,
Mrs. V. Seay, M.B.E.,
Adjutant Aston Davis.
Secretary--Mr. Mi. M. Mitchell.
19.P. 0468.

COMM/IIN"EE FOR THE EXAMINATION
OF TENDERS.
The Colonial Secretary, Chairman,
The Director of Surveys,
The Treasury Supermtntenent.
.Secretary-S~enior Clerk, Secretariat.
M.P. 01461.

BOARD OF VISITORS, LUNATIC ASYLUM.
(Ch. 48, C. L., 1924)
The Attoiney General, Chairman,
The Superintendent of police,
Captain Wm. C. Price, V.D., J.P.

OFFICIAL VISITORS TO PRISONS.
(Ch. 68, C. L., 1924).
'Fhe Chief Justice (for Belize Prison) ex,officio,
The Members of Executive Council (for all Pris-
Sons) ex officio,


ficio),
Honourable Mr. H. T. A. Bowman,
B. Gugrero, Esquire, J. P.,
C. G. Eves, Esquire.


M.P. 0311.


SUGAR CONTROL BOARD.
(Ord. No. 15 of 1933).
f
Honourable Mr. R. E. Turnbull, Colonial Secre-
tary, Chairman,
Honourable Mr. H. I. M~elhlado, O.B.E., J.P.,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire, .
R. H. Eyles, Esquire,
H. Stansbury, Esquire.
Secretary--apt. R. K. M~asson, M.B.E., Col-
lector of Customs. r
M.P. 01749.


TOURIST CONIRIgTEE.
* Honourable Mr. T. F. Bowman, Chairman;
W. H. Kieffer, Esquire, .
Captain R. K. Masson, MvB.E.,
H. Stansbury, Esquire,
Hon. Secretary--A. H. Anderson, Esquire,
Hon. Asst. Secretary--P. Zayden, Esquire.
M.P. 0472.
------tL-

MILITARY PENSIONS BOARD.

The Financial secretaryy, Chairman,
The Senior Medical Officer,
The Reverend R. Cleghorn, O.B.E., J.P.,
Major L. A. Jeffery.












BRITISH HONDURAiS GAZETTE 3


the Cozisolidated Laws, 1924, His Excellency the
Governor has been pleased to appoint the under-
nentioned persons to be Alcaldes with effect
from Ist January,I194t--

By Comint~iad.

R. E. TU RN BU LL,

.Colonial Secretary.

a-- f~-

Stann Greek District.

Balbino Palacio .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Seine Bight
Leon Castillo ,...,. Newtown, Commerce Bight
Clarence Garbutt .. .. .. Punta Pla'centia



Toledo District,

Genaro Chun .. .. San Antonio (Nuevo)~

Diego Vilanueva .. .. .. San Antonio (Pueblo
Viejo)
Gertrudes Cucul .. .. ... .. .. Rio Blanco
(Honorary)
Martin Cal .. .. ... .. .. San Pedro Columbia

Fernando Cal .. .. Aguacate, Moho River
Pedro Teul .. .. .. .. Santa Teresa (Hincha-
zones) Moho River
Martin Choc .. .. Crique Sarco, Temash River
Santiago Benguche .. .. .. .. .. .. Barranco
Juan Cacao .. .. ... Dolores, Sarstoon River


Cayo District.

George Leon ... .. ... .. Benque Viejo
Ascension Alfaro .. .. .. .. ... Succotz

Sabino Nai ,......................... Arenal

Hijinio Haw ...,................. San Antonio
Margarito Angeles .. .. .. .. Bullet Tree Falls


VISITING JUSTICES TO PRISONS.

(Ch. 68, C. L., 192-1).

For the Belize Prison:

The Magistrate, Belize (ex officio),

F. W. Biddle, Esquire, O.B.E., J.P.,

F. R. Dragten, Esqurire, O.B.E., K.C., 3.P., ~

Captain Wrm. C. Price, V.D., J.P.,
J. T. Bouloy, Esquire, J.P.,
James D. Burn, Esquire, J.P. *
Honourable Mr. A. Balderamos,
Honourable Mr. B. A. Melhado,
John A. Nisbet, Esquire, V.D., J.P., .

Capt. James R. Stevens, M.C., J.P.,
A. J. Hunter, Esquire, J.P.

For the Northern District:
Corozal Prison.

The District Commissioner (ex of, ticio I'

William Schofield, Esquire, J.P.,

John A. Riveroll, Esqluire.

Orange Walk Prison.

The District Commissioner (ex officio),

Evan L. McGregor Arlbu r, Esquire, J.P.,

George Miller, Esquire.

For the Stann Creek District:

The District Commissioner, Stann Creek (ex of-
ficio),
Honourable Mr. H. T. A. Bowman,
B. Guerero, Esquire, J.P.,

H. A. Buller, Esquire.

For the Toledob D::rri tr:

The District Commissioner, Toledo (ex officio),
J? A. Carroll, Esquire, J.P.,

W. N. Bourne, Esquire, J.P.

For the Cayo District :

The District Commissioner, El Cayo (ex officio),
E. J. Enright, Esquire, J.P.,
A. A. Lewis, Esquire.
M.P. 1751-34.


No. 2


M.P. 0006.


Colonial Secretary's Office,

Belize, 2nd January, 1941.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.


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

No. 1 of 1941-PROCLAMATION-Pro-
hiibiting, except under licence, the sale of fire-
arms arid ammunition.


By Command.


R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.


No. 2


M.P. 01104.


Colonial Secretary's Office, .

Belize, 2nd january, 1941.

ALCALDES.

Pursuant to the provisions of section 6 of the
Alcalde Jurisdiction Ordinance--Chapter 174 of






4 BRITIS HONDUlRAS GAZETTR~:


1Pname Whlere Ideearred
Miller, Lillian Orange Walk
iMolina de Gaerrero, Higinia Punta Gorda
Monsanto, Florine .. Belize
Murphy, Adirwias. ,
Nicholas, Amelia Augusta Corozal
Norales, Jane ,.. Pnata Gord
Palaclio, Emelia Augusta Stann Creek
Pandy, Christine .. ut od
Pandy,. Virginia .n .. Beie
Parks, Mal~vinia .. ,
Patt, M~onica ,. .. ,
Peters, Cecilia .. .. ,
Pickwood, Leonora .. ,
Pryor, Deboralh .. ..
Requenat, Leonza .. .. ,
Requena, Fernan~ese Oayo
Rogers, Elizabeth .. Belibe
Secty, Vivian .. .. ,
Solomon, Ada Mary ,
Spencer, Jane .. ,
Stephens, Ethlin .. .. ,
Stuart, Susan ,
Trathum, Cherrymay .. ,
SThompsona,. Thersaa :. Cayo0
Trapp, Ann Elizabeth .. Belize
Weight, Lottie eize
Weight, Octavia .... Cayo
Webster, Etga Belise
White, Cleopatra ,
Woods, Ethel .. .. ,
Young, Emily ,
,Ysaguirre, Leonie Beimore ,


COMMISSIONERS OF THIE SUPREME
COURT.

The following list of Commissioners of the
Supreme Court is published for general informa-
tiotn.
By Order.
A. O. LONG;SW'OR TH,
Reg~iJtrar General.

Frederick William Biddle, Esquie O.BIE., J.P.,
The Hon'ble Mr. Thomas Findlay Bowman,
William Alexa~~nder Jext Rowman. Esquire,

JohnO .lred C 1re, Esqutire, J.P.,
Edward John Enright, Esquire, J.P.,
Cornelio L~izarraga, Esquire,
John Henry Ross, Esquire,

aL.P. 0022.


~--~-- _r~L- -~L-pr~-` ''CY--~~ i. ~ Li~'l- -.X. .I`-I -~- I.-ii..;.


ENERALM HEGISTBT,
Belize, 31st6 Decemb~er, 194~.



T*HE following names of Licensed Midwives,
Sduly registered in the Register of Mid-
wivest in Pllbia offibs,. are published for general
information.
By Ordr.
A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.


Namerr Where Liensed
Adolphus, Vir isi Beline
Anderson, Josephine ,
Antonio, Monica.. .. ,
Arnold, Matilda.. ,
Atherley, ChristiiansA. ..,,
Battiste, Ida A... ,
Bell, Evelyn Iree .. ,,
Bennett, Ida ,
Beaton, MarytP .. O range Walk
Shaeo~c, Lottie .. Belize
Blno~cAn, LyAnnMy ,
Blanco, Saturnina.. .. Corong
Britton, Effie W. L. Belize
Brooks, Anastseia .. ,
BEOWH, ~illa .
Bueno, Bernaldina .. Corozal
B~arrJ3PetB. Cr c baia eie
Cam pos de Boutista, liar ti a ,,
Casanova, Leonards. .. ,,
C4tfetense Manrga~ret ...
Clother, Vmecent .. ,
Copelby, Henrrieitta..,
Cotterell, Alice .. ,
Dominguez, Julianb ,
Fisher, Pearl .. ,
Flowers, Alhzerths ,
Flowers, Bernalds, .. Orange Walk
Flowers, Henrietta .. Beli~se
Franklin, Minerva ,
Gafrb~utt,.Mary Anmn .. Stano Creek
GaButt, TepEeiba .. .. Belize
George, Mary Ann Clare ,
Gibsen, Ann ~Amelia ,

GG ~aa, Catalinrt Aeosta ~nge Wailk
Gonzalez, Louisa .,... Punta Gorda
HaIvy MIyrtle Belize
Hamilton, Frances Punta Gorda
Haylock, Esttetta Aandrs Relize
Hemm~ans, Elorine ,
Hyde, Cleantis .. ,
Jackson, Magg~ie May ,
La Cross, Leanora .. ,
Latchman, Catherine *
~Leslie, Daisy "

metebt Sophia ..Prnta, Corda
Llewellyn, Ada Icilda .. Belle
Lopez, Matrcelina ,
Ly.\nchl, R~ac~ha .. Casozal
Mbaguan, L~Ucdiana ,,
McDonald, Mary .. ~.. Beline
MoFarlane, Beatrice .. ,
Mc~ield, Maybell Ann ,
McKoy, Abiaail ,,
McLiverty, Ethel .. ,
Meggs, Florina Fidelia ,
Mejia, Caridad .. .. Corozal
Miend~fez, Lucretia .. .. Orangoe Walk
Menzies,Gwentdolyn K. B3. Belize


M.P. oozz.
Genzeral Registry,
Bieliz~e, 3Ist Dbecember, 194o.


No. 5.


Nbo. 6.


General Regoistry~,
Belaize> 3Int Decemtber, 1940.


MARRIED WOMEN'S DEEDS.
The following list of Commissiocners. for takfug
the ac~knowelegment sof deeds by Married Women
Iis published for general information.
aBy Order.
A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar Genzeral.

Fredterik William~ Biddle, Esqluire, O.B.E. J.P.,
The Hon'ble Mr. Thomas F~inlay Bowman,
William Alexander Jex Bowman, Esquire~,
O.B.E. J.P.,
John Alfred Carroll, Esquire, J,P.,
Edwasrd John Euright. Esquilre. J.P.,
Conelio LIzarraga, Esquir,.












sRITISHI HODURAS GAZETTE 5



No. 7.~ M.P. 0022.

Gaxana~L. RaOISTrar,

Belize, 31st December 1940.

CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.


TIIE following list of persons registered as Chemists and Druggists on the 31st December,
S1840~, ~is pu~bainkeod for gssenerl inform8ationt in lasoooc~rdne wih peraiosn Q at iChapter 51
of the Icr~onsoldate~d l~sawrs, 1924,


By Order.

A. O. I,0NGSWORTH,

Regi'strarr Genercal


I


_ ____ _1_ 1____11


Dot a


23rd June
1931

9th July
1930

14th Ma~r.
1919


15th June
1926

13th June
1925

15th Aug.
1936

29th Sept.
1931

30th June
1939


6th June
1916


18th June
1931


5th Peby.
1937

18th Sept.
1933

20th Apil
1914

13th Nov.
1922


13thd 'Mar.
1916


29th June
1940


Name


Residmene


Qualification


Bemarks


Certificate
dated 24.0.31

Certificate
dated 9.7.36.

iCertificate
dated 28.2.19.


Certificate
dated 10,646

Certificate
dated 10.1.25.

~Cetifieste
dated 28.7.36

Certificate
dated 28.9.31

Certificate
dated zo.6.26


Certificate
date2,4..16


Certificate
dated 18.6.31


Certificate
dated 27.1.37

Certificate
dated 10.7.33

Certificate
dated 9.4.14

Certificate
dated 30.0.2 2


Certifica~te
dated 7.2.16.


Certificate
dated 24-6-4o


Bennett, Hugh "Llewellyn B3


Bogues, Sidney Uriah


Brodhurst, Albert Edward



Codd, Belvyn Archibald


Franklin, Robert Ceail


Harwood, Elsa St


R~euener, Raymond Joseph B


Hyde, Percival
Augustus


Martinez, Romualdo
Enrique


MoDonald, Charles James



McField, William


Mortleyr, Henry Kortright


Peyrefite, Alberto Ignatius


Sanditord, Frederick
Nathaniel


Trapp, Philip Alexander



Trench, Llod Liewel~vn



Tucker, Reuben F.


Westby, Piermon Emanuel


elize Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51l of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.

"Certificate of Botard of Exramisers under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Lowe, 1924.

,,Certificate~ of Board of Examliners under
Chapter 70, Section 3 (4) Consolidated Laws
(Revised Edition).

"Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Cheaper 51 of the `Coasoidated Laws, 1824.

,,Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51 otf he Consolidated Laws, 1924.

anra Cere ificate of B0ard of Examiners under
reek ChaLpter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.

)elize Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 5I of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.

Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter gz of the Conlsolidated Lawas,
r924.

,, Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 70. Section 3 (4) Consolidated Laws
(Rev~isedl Edition).

,,Certificate of Board of Examriners under
Chapter 51, Section 4 (3) of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924.

,,Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 5x of the Consolidated Laws, 1924

,, ertlifiate ofBoard of Examiners under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Lssane 1924.

,,Certif~icate of Board of .Examinears under
Or disease NoT.14 o 1998, See. 4 (4).

,, Certificate Board of Examiners under
Chapter 70i, see. 3 (4) Consolidated Laws
(Revised Edition).

,,Certificate of Board of Examiners under
See. 3 (4) of Chap. 70, Consolidated
Laws (TRevised Edition).

,, Certificate of Board of Exam~inersj under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws,
1924.

,, Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Ohopter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 192)4. ,


12th June Certificate
1935 dated 10.6.35

16th July Certificate
1932 dated g.7.32


,, Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51 of th~e Consolidated Lawfs, 1924.










6. BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE-


N~ame Besidence Qualification Dats of Registlration


__ ___~ __I I_ _L I __


No.. 8.


M.P. oozz.


GENERAL REGISTRY,

Belize, 31st December, 1940.


DENTISTS .


HKE following copy of the Dentists.Register, showing the persons appearing en the Register
on the 31st December, 1940), is published in accordance with section 7 (2) of Chapter 50
of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.

By Order.


A. O. LONGSWORTH,


Registrar General.


H.W. Pearce..




F. A. Pkeman




H. BLind ..


..Belize Was at the date of commencement of
Ordinance 20 of 1923 (Ist October 1923) bonar
fide engaged in this Colony in the practice of
dentistry .. .. .. .. ..

.. ,,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 .. .. .

.. ,,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.




21st November, 1923




4th December, 1925.


Benque Viejo Was at the date of commencement of
Ordinance 20 of 1923 (1st October 1923) bona
f-ide engaged in this Colony in the practice of
dentistry .. .. ./ 10thJune, 1924.


Jose Enrique D'Leon


Homer Samuel Carmlichael






Samuel Ernest Gale ..






Wilhelm Stein ,






Enrique Miralde Navas


Belize Holder of a certificate granted in a foreignl
country for the time being recognized by the
Committee of Medical Registration as fur-
nishing a sufficient guarantee of the posses-
sion of the requisite ktnowledgae and skill for
the efficient practice of dentistry .. .. 15th September, 1932.

,,Holder of a certificate granted in at foreign
country for thle time, being recognized by the
Committee of Medigal R~egistration as fur-
nishing a sufficient guaranteed of the posses-
sion of the requisite knowledge and skill for
the efficient practice of dentistry .. .. 13th December, 1932.

,,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 reqluisite knowledge and skill for the effi-
cient practice of dentistry .. 18th March, 1939*

,,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 reqluisite knowledge and skill for the effi-
cient practice of dentistry .. 29th May, 1939.

,,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
requisite knowledge and skill for the effi-
cient practice of dentistry .. .. 12th July, 1939.

Cayo Holder of a certificate from Loyola University,
for the timle being recognized bythe Com-
mittee of Medical Registration as furnishing
a sufficient guarantee of the possession of
the reqluisite knowledge and skill for the
efficient practice of dentistry .. 22nd August, 1940.


Wilhelm Mayer






Awe, Salvador Emilio















BRITISH HONDURAS- GAZE~TT 7


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 go of the CoJnsolidated Laws, z924.

By Order.
A. O. LONGSW;ORTH,
Registrar General.


M.P. oo22.-

General Registry.
Belize. 31st December. 194o.


No. 9.


Name

Alexander, Aldous C. .
Astleford, Lunny ..

Bennett, William .
Bradley, Andrew F. ..
Bunmham, Alfred G. ..

Castledine, Edwin..
Cleghorn, Robert ..
Coady, Daniel M. .
Cook, Herbert J., B.A.
Coony, Edmund J. ..
Corey, Anthony H. ..
Courtney, Edward W.

Davis, AshtonJ. .
Delaney, Henry A. ..
3Dunn, The Most Rev.
Edward Arthur, D.D.

Pairweather, Gerald .


Deszignation


Religiouls Dentomination


Residenzce


..Minister .. .. ..
. minister .. .. ..


..Priest of the Society of Jesus
. minister .. .. ..
..Minister .. .. ..

.Canon ..
..Minister .. .. ..
..Priest of the Society of Jesus
..Minister .. .. ..
..Priest of the Society of Jesus
..Ditto .. .. ..
..Ditto .. .


. Adjutant.. .
..Priest of the Society of Jesus

..Archbishop of the West Indies


..Methodist Mission Belize
..Seventh Day Adventist Belize


..Belize
..Belize
..Belize

.Belize
..Belize
..Cayo
..Belize
..Punta Gorda
..Corozal
..Belize

.Belize
..Orange Walk

..Belize


..Orange Walk


..Priest


Ganey, Marion Md.


..Belize


..Priest of the Society of Jesus


Ditto
Ditto
Priest
Ditto
Ditto


..Romnan Catholic
..Baptist .
..Methodist Mission


.. ,Church of England
..Baptist. ..
..Roman Catholic
..Methodist Mission
..Roman Catholic
..Ditto .. ..
..Ditto .


.Salv;ation Army
..Roman Catholic

..Church of England

..Church pf England

..Roman Catholic

..Roman Catholic
..Ditto .
..Church of England
..Church of England
..Ditto .

..Roman Catholic
..Ditto .. ..
..Roman Catholic
,.Roman Catholic
..Ditto .. ..

..Ditto .. ..
..Ditto .
Methodist Mission

Roman Catholic
..Ditto .
Salvation Army
..Roman Catholic

..Roman Catholic
..Ditto .. ..

..Ditto .. ..
..Church of England

..Church of England
..Methodist Mission

Roman Catholic

..Roman Catholic

methodist Mission
..Roman Catholic
..Church of England
..Roman Catholic

..Church of England

..Church of England


Halligan, John J. ..
Hickey, David P. .
Hiscock, Edwardl P. .
Hope, William Robert
Hulse, Gilbert R., B.A.


Orange Walk
Belize
Bielize
Manatee
Stann Creek


Priest of the Society of Jesus
Ditto .. ..
Priest of the Society of Jesus
Priest of the Society of Jesus
Ditto .. .. ..

Secular Priest .. ..
Priest of the Society of Jesus
Minister

Secular Priest .. ..
Priest of the Society of Jesus
Adjutant
Priest of the Society of Jesus

Priest of the Society of Jesus
Ditto .. .. ..

Pro. Vicar .. .. ..
Missionary .. .

Priest-Airchdeacon of Belize
Supernum~erary Minister

Bishop of Rusicade and Vicar
Apostolic of Belize
Priest of the Society of Jesus

Minister .. .. ..
Priest of the Society of Jesus
Priest .. .. ..
Priest of the Society of Jesus

Canon Missioner .. ..

Priest .. .. ..


Priest of the Society of Jesus

Priest .. .
Assistant Bishop of British
Honduras


Kammerer, Joseph Bernard ..
Kemper, Joseph L. .. ..
Knopp, John M. .
Krizek, John I. .
Knen~zel, Anthony R. ..

Lalin, Jose .. .. ..
Leonard, Quirinus P. .. ..
Lovelock, Francis Thomas

Marin, Philip B. .. ..
McCormack, Robert L. .
M~offett, Albert Edward..
Muntsch, Albert .

Newell, John T. .
N~ewell, Louis E. .. ..

O'Connor, Very Rev. Marvin M.
Orchard, Francis G., D. D..

Pratt, Ven. Ronald. A.P.., M.A.
Pryor, Joseph .. .

Rice, The Most Rev. ..
William A., S.J. ..
Ryan, William A. .

Saunders, Arthur W. .
Schaefer, Michael A. .
SimpIson, Percy Bernard
Stevenson, Allan A. .. ..

Thornton, Henry S. R ,M.A.

Vere-Stead, John Oz anle


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

..San Roman
..Punta Gorda
Belize

..Stann Creek
..Belize
..Stann Creek
.. Corozal

..Cayo
..Belize

..Belize
..Belize

..Belize
..Stann Creek

..Belize

..Belize

..Belize
..Belize
..Placentia
..Stann Creek

..Belize

elize


Wade, Joseph D.
Warren, Hugh St. John
Percy, M.A4.
Wilson, The Right Rev.
Douglas J. ..


Roman Catholic

Church of England
Church of England


Corozal

..Relize
..Belize



..Corozal


Zimme~rman, Bernard C. .. Priest of the Society of Jesus .. Roman Catholic










& BIRITISHI HONDURAS GAZETmTE


GENERAL REOI5STRY,
Belize, 31s: Decembrer, 1940.

MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS.


TRE, following lisjt of registered M~edical Practitioners whose names remained on the Register
on the 31st Decemfber, 19f40, is pub-lished in accordance with section 20 of Chapter 49
of the Consolidated Laws~, 1924.
By Order.

A. O. LONGS11'OR TH,

Registrar General.

Date ofS Regiesration Na~me Qasclification Address


12th June, 1928 Anderson, V~ernon Medical Officer Belize
Pitscelrence
23rd December, 1937 Andreu, Jose alarin Tomas Licence under the hand and seal of the Belite
Governor in accordance with section 10
of Chapter 49 of the Consolidated ~Laws,
1924
3'1t Dsta, 1938 Clarke, Percival Egerton Assistant Medical Officer Orange Walk
McIntosh
30th March, 1937 Cheverton, Reminald Leslie Senior Medical Officer~ Beize
28t-h August, 1935 D~egazon, Dennris William Medtical Officer Belize
Alexander
e1st Octobser, I937 Dlnguall, Harold NicholaS Licence under the hand and sealof the Belize
Officer Administering the Government
in accordance with section zo of Chapter
49 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
roth June, 1937 Friedman, Leo Licence under the hand and seal of the Belize
Officer Admninistering the Government
in accordance with section ro of Chapter
49 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
22nd May, 1926 George, William Ayrton Medical Officer Cayb
Strathearn
3rd July, 1896 ffeasner, Kasrl Licence under the hand and seal of the Belize
Governor dated 25th June 1896
22nd A4pril, 1930 Killam, Frrankrlin H. Licence under the hand and seal of the Belize
Governor in accordance with section 10
of Chapter 49 of the Consfolidated Laws,
1924
.r4th July, 1937 Parham, Victor A4lbert Licence under the~ hand and seal of the Belize
Offfeer Administering the Government
in accordance with section zo of Chapter
49 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924
11thFebruary,]19"5 Patterson, Thomas Medical Officer Corozal
Isth March, 1937 Rassim, Hamdi Snad Medical Officer Punta Gords:
8th October, 1935 Ra~m, Labhays, Milihotra, Medical Officer St~ann Creek
13th May, 1940 O'Gwynn, John C, Licence under the hand and seal of the Belize
Governor in accordance with section Io
of Chapter 49 of the Consolidated Laws,
1924


GENERAL P ECISTRY',
Belize, 3Ist December, 1940.
OPTOMIETRY PRACTITIONERS.

TpHE following copy of the Register of Optornetry Practitioners is published in accordance
w ,ith section 4 (z) of Ordinance No. 14 of 1927.
By Order.

A. O. LONGS\1~'ORTH,
Registrar General.

Name Address Identification Date of
Registrations


No. To-


11.P. oozz.


No. II.


Holder of a certificate of the British
Outicl .L oaci -ti Onof London, E~ndmld.
v bidi ra rtit~ .tc the Comnmittee- ofi Medii-
cal Registration recognize as a sufficient
guarantee of the possession of the requli-
site knowledge and skill for the efficient
practi-ce of Optometry -*
Holder of a certificate of the Philadel-
phia Di" I 11l College of Pennsylvania,
U.S.A4., which certificate the Committee of
Jlcedical Re- s-trition re.-,ll~ i-as furish-
ing a ;linlciient guI irant:-. rf the posses
sion o~f the requisite knowledge and skill
for the efficient practice of Optometr~y


Solomon, Izett C.





Clarke, Huwbert A.


Belize





Belize


5jth June, z933.





18th June, 1937-


Md.P. 0023.









BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 9


In exercise of the powers conferred on him by Regulation 50 (1) of the Defence
Regulations, 1939 (Statutory Rule & Order No. 69 of 1939), the Supply Officer hereby
orders as follows:--
The following maximum wholesale and retail prices shall b~e effective as from 2nd
January, 1941.

ARTICLE WHOLESALE RETAIL

"A" "B"


No. 12.


Suffply Office,
Belize, 2nd Ja~nuary, I94I.

MbAXIM/UM WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRICES.


FLOUR (Other than baker's, whole
wheat, Miriam, Obelisk, Five
Roses, Star, Purity, and
Highland Beauty) ..

Two or more pounds ..


... 2.65 per sack
(96 or 981b)


48 48 per lb.

31P 4a ,


.... .... .... ....


FLOUR In lots of not less than
25 sacks .... .... .... ... 2.55 per sack
(96 or 98 lb.)


RICE


$9, 15 per sack


(224 lb.) 5e
.... 4Qe


Two or more pounds ..


n (n
)) ) () n n )


RICE In lots 5 to lo sacks
In lots II sacks and over

BEANS, R. K. ... ....


... 9.05
... 895


... 6a per lb.


7e 8e ,


BEANS, R. K., in lots of not less
than I,ooo lb. .... ..


.. 6 .I5 per loo lb.


LARD (not including Chicharron,
Crisco,.Spry, Trex, &r Rexo)

LARD In lots of not less than 250 lb.


Ioje per lb.


Hae 13p


$9g.80 per loo lb.


.... .... 6p per lb.


MA~RGARINE (Loose) ....


199 zoe


BESEF, SALT


... ... ... ... 15P 168


$6.95 per case (48s)


$5-90 per case
5.50 ,
5.00 ,


BEEF, CORNED (other than Libby)

MIL~K, CONDENSED (48s)
MILKMAID BRAND
BULUE CROSS, BETTY & BUSCK
OTHER BRANDS


I79 180 per tin


138 14t ,,
I28 13P ,,
nie 12e ,,


MILKR, EVAPORATED


6 ounce
14 r,,


5P be
IOe IIp


N.B.--The prices in Column "A" apply to Belize; to all points on the Belize River below,
and including, Burrell Boom; and to all points up to Mile Twenty on the Belize-Cayo Road and
Mile Twenty-Five on the Belize-Orange Walk Road. The prices in Column "B" apply to the
rest of the Belize District and to Beaver Dam in the Cayo District.

MEAT: FRESH, maximum wholesale price to be paid for cattle bought on the hoof:--
9 per lb. of dressed meat as weighed at the Slaughter House.
Maximum retail price for beef at the Belize Market:
Porequarters Ize per lb.
Hindquarters Is# per lb.


CABBAGE : FRESH, maximum retail price, Belize only


.... .... Ioe per lb.


EGGS: Maximum prices (Belize only) per dozen 55e, retail (less than one dozen) Se each?.


The Order made on the 23rd December, 1940, is hereby rescinded.
A. H. ANDERSON,
Supply Officer.



























GOV ERNMENT


GAZETTEE'


BRITISH*I HONDU RAS

::UBLg~ISHED BY AUTHORITY. :


No. BELIZE, 4th JANUARY, 1941 Pagte 11


is c:i) Bdi;2,, rta ]hn ary~, 1941.

1r : RONOQURtS,ai: n

It is herchy r~it'ified it~d gettl lnkin'ulat, n
that Hi- alaje't! he IIN::-his bpee4' raciti ~
pleased to approve the appointnwit ~of Mr -
Charles Robert B3eattie to be- anL:Officer: ofi;th ~
Most Excellent Order of :the, Br tish EmIc !,r
(Civi;l~iliviho'n).

....By Command,


(MW~i' 10 C'C 9 ~ia r1I`~elaq.

ooia e~cretarys Officq. .


The following partibillars t lat~ing t aqpp~oi-
mneats, etc., in the Public Seirvice are publishled
for geileral information.

B~y Command. -

Us, rR., i`~:~fUZRNiB~. TlJ.,'S
;a:?( :: iICoQlonial944rietary.


M.P. ooo5. No. r5J;


No. 3.


APPOINTMENTS CONFIRMlkED.
C;LMPBE~LL, A. V.:, Junior Clerk, District Com-
missioner's Office, Stann Creek, appointment
confirmed with effect from Ist Januar y, 1941-
M.P. 02591.

GILL, D. R., Second Class Clerk, Treasury
Department, appointment confirmed with
. :eiff<-t from, Ist Januaiy; gq, 1941. odo

LO~CKlE,,.J..:IfeFirst Class: Clerk, Agricultural
Apac-rtmnlt, alppointmenl-t confirmed with
Ieffet ~frola It J~anuary, 194t;I
: : M.P. 0370 ..

rl OalpY, F. O., Third Class Clerk, District
'onutibsi'bner~,~ k Office, Stanix Creek, appoint-
`:mettt cod!Iis mi wli tiuc effect.from Ist January
1 1~:,. M R.P. 02409.

YISAGUIRdRE, E. Io, rjistrict Com aissiner,
appointment confirmed with effect from Ist
January~i, 1942;' M: .P!: a~orb45g


~No. 16.


.:.:.ic M.P. 01768.


i e'.LGEAV GRANTED.

p:RA';` E: A4., D~i-treet Commissioner, Tole~do,
.vac~ation~ lev ith af~fec~t from Isrt J~agu~r~x
to z1st N~ovember, 1941.


9~'~98.


No. 14-


INo. ly ..,


APPOINTMENT; : ': '
RASSIM, Dr. H. S., to act as Disjtrict C;o minis- g
sioner, Toledo, in conjunction wYiith his sub-
stantive appointment asMed~ical Ofefi er~with
effect from Ist January, 1941,~ and until fur-
t~her Order .


M.P. 016II.


S RESUMlPTION OF DUTY.
U!SHER, H. C., 'jhird Class ~lerk, Posts and
Telegraphs .tepai~itmeint, resirmed duty with
effect froman2d Januafy, 1941.











Is BRITISH H EtEIURAS GAZETTE


NOTICE TO FRIEiNDLY SOCIETIES.

The attention of His Excellency the Governor
has bYeen diirected to the faet that~ in m~any in-
stances the provisions of the Friend~ly 84cieties
Ordinance--Chater 141 of t~he Consolidated
L~aws, 1924--are not being complied with by
suchl societies.
in future, where the provisicins of the O!l d-
n4nces are not strictly comp~ll;ied withl in the
ptrescribedt time, the power given in the Ordi.
nance to compel compliance will be enforced
without further communication to the delia
cqttnt society.
Cop'ies of thre Friendly Soci~t~ies Ord~inance
may be obtained at the G~overnmlent Printinrg
Office for twenty.4iver scents eac

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonzial Secrertary;.


to m~ake the p depr- mentioned appointments in
respect Of. $4 n Boards in the Out-districts
until furthpF, notice.


Colonial Secretbryr's Office,
Belize, 21st Driecember, 194*

SALE OF RAILWAY ~
SUPERINTENDENT'S QUAiRTERS.

Offers are invited for the ~phrehase of the
Supermt ye~lt' Iluarters at.,tl~e Ril\sl vaSty-

The description e.ef e building lis W fak,
lows -
A one storey dwetting hoU1Se. *'; o'.') 4~,~ 440
on timber posts 7' 6" Agove gro n~i level cog
training one living~ room o' 2431~O'~ 0",tC
dining room 13' o" x r6' o", twjro bedrooms 15'
o" x 13' o"1 and zt' o" x I3' o", front verandah
36' o" x 5' 6", ba*ck seiapdah (enilosed~t) 317
o" x 5' 6", lobby~ to' o"1 24 zl ", bathrocdni
15' 6" x5' 6", kitchen and pantry 21' o" x
II' o"1 and one out house 9' o'! x ~ a' ol
A lease of the land reserved for the building
spi)1lbe granlted to the purchaser of the building.
Offers should lae e~nclose in sealed envelopes
marked "Railway Superinltendent's Q~uarters"
and be delivered at the Colonial Secyetarry's
Office not later than noon on M~onday 6th Jan-
nary, 191.
Tlhe highest or anly offer wvill not rlecessarly
be ac~cepted.


For c'nv:e e~e
also ;;hot n.;


the e~x officio Members are

By Command.


R. E. TURNBULCL,
Coloniaal Secretary.


Q


COROZAL TOWN BOARD.

.(6 p. .~~2 of 1938)

T~Phe Bdis Comrn.is inoner Northern District,
Chairman (ex officio),
,TIhe31edricalffffider Corozal,
t. ~izarraan,, Esquire,
L. F. Ramirez, Esquire,
J. -Riveroll, Esquire,
Apolonio Vasqluez, Esquire,
W'iiamr Sc~hofield, E~quire, J.P,.-
M.P. only7.:



OplANGEo W~ALK TOWN BOARD.
(Ord, No., 24 of 1938)

The District Comr`;Thide~sIrtidWrthr District,
Chairman (ex officio),
The Medical Officer, Oransk~ Walk,
E, Is,. Meppegot ArtthUr, E~Squire, JP,,
1\Qgrutt Urbi~a, asqUire ,
.4. Aysoz Esqure,
G. V. Snuth, Esquire.




MUL.INS RIVER; TOWN BOARD.
(Di~d. N~o. 24 of 1938)

The Distric~t Cormnis ionel S ann Creek, Chair-
mah- (er oSffrie), ~
Thet Megical Oflu~fr, t~angl C14rek,
Hildebrtandt Brutuer,` Esqiuire,
George N. Snuth,1 E;1quire..
R. L,. Teach, Engjire.




PU NIA %CORDA T'ON BOARD.
(Ord No.24 of 1938)

~the District Commissiotier, Toiledo, Chairman
*d~fi~o
:The Medical Officer, Toledo,
Hon. Mr. S. B, yet oonn, ; r y;t
J. A. Carroll, E~squire, J.P.,
Mt. Ai~ee,'Esquite,
Wm. N ~Boram.;z*urne, Esqaise, JP.

M.Pi eggy.


No. 18.


Belis. 3rd Ja9upry, 1944,


No. I 9'


1M.P. 01191.


Colonzial Secretary's Offi'ce,


APPOINTInfENltTS.
His Excellency~ the Gov~ernor hIas ben pleased











45


Northternt h is~tritc,
Co~ryzal, sath ,Dec~mber,, x940.

LICENSING MEETj~IiNG.
To the Wocr!i'bi 'tl kilk eJ~skies bf:ik thd ed&k
acting in and for te-Nort-1;ern D~istrict as Licen-
sing Mag~istrates anc to all others whom it may
concern.
0i
TAK(E NOTICE that the Quarterly Lilcensin~g
Meting; for ithe Northern~ D tict-w~ill 14e ~F ia
'Eie. Tht,1ct; ConjUlissioqEet a ourt Roqn a
rezklai'j~~ ttenio'clock; in the forermoonacn 36.r~~
the ga~jtht dair .x;4~ ,Tanuary, 19-ll, to takye inr
consideration aIplicatio~ns for icences mjder
an~d br- \irtue of Cha3pterr 4. of thse Con oulidated
Laws, 7924.

~. O'. 23. BARROW~'
Dijlls:c Codinksss'o ~er,
Nrthern2) BIktrdi 't






LICENsliG ildiT PC.:
'lb the Worshipful th~ J~itices obf the Pea
acting in and for the Cayo District as Liebdli~
agistrsatesi and to all. ,Others wh~om it mpay

ST-\ TAE NO'cTICE't hat the Qwstt-rly Iliceautisi
Meetings: for the Cayo D~istrict w~ill be heldiw~~nth~e
District Commissioner's Court R~oom at E10Cayo
imn at t\.,li- &ciodk hean'n 6tt onday the
r1lth day. of' J.r Iua ry, 194I, to take into consider-
atio~n atllllikaryI.'i n fbe Leuctes tndir and by
virtue of Chapter I76:of the. Co)n-lolidste~d Laws,
19j24.



District Commluissioner, CayoJ.


District Commllissioner's O~ffice,
Oranzge Wmalk, 13th December, Ig9

LICENSING MEETING.

To the Worship~ful the Justices of the Peace
acting in and for the No~rthern District as 3Licen-
sing Magistrates, and to all others whom it may
concern.
TAKE NOTICE th~at thle Quarterly L~icensing
M~eet i n for the Northern Di-trict will be held at
the Dietrict Cl..mmisioner's~ Coturt Room Tat
Orange Walk on Monday, the 13th January,
194I, at twelve o'clock noon, to take into con1
sideration applications for lcicences under anti
by virtue of Chapte~r 126 of the Consolidated
Ira'ws, 1924-
B-y Orde r.

E. I. PASOS,
Iior District Comzmissionler,
Northern Dtistrict (Orange Tl'al(k).


I II_ ___


(Ord. No. 24 of 1938)
.i' :?j Is :: a :fa
.~~~~~The D ~itrict Coeanbri~tssidnem, ta Tledo, Char~iriniu

The Medical Officer, Toledo,
ll.Esquite, J.P.,

n,tl Esquire. ; 03


CAYO TOWN BOARD.
(Ord.a No. 24 of 1938)

The D~istrict Cormmissioner, Cayo, Chairman
(ex: offiefs),lr, : i;; .:0/ ;,
The Medical Officer, Cayo,
A. A. Fegwis,,pquzire, :
97.' n'. Yuc~na, Equi-re,., .
F, L, olemnan, Esquire, ...
J. Aassiah, RE-quire, .
E. J rigtEsuire, J.P.




BEPF VI[ JO. f'1'OH. ,ARD
(Ord. No. 24 of 1938)


The- District Commissioner,
(exr officio)
Th@ti fcdical Offi~cer, 63! o.
George Leon, Esquire, '
Mignlel liegar ,Enuire,
D. ~E. Coleman, esquire,
Mdanuel Guerra, Esquire.


Cayo, Chairman!





M.P. 0964.


Edlucationt Office,
Beize,. 4th Januaty; 't94x.


ROCKSTONE POND GOVERNMENT
SCHOOL:'

AppGFlicastio~ns are invited for the post of Prin-
cipal, Rc~kstone Pond Gov~errnent~ Schl c l~
(Grade D). First or Secoid C7l~asi Te~acher's
Certificate essential. Salary $4375 or $35.oo
per mol.nth accordingly to certificate. House
provih;d. .

Applicants should write to the Director of
IEducation, Belize, Elating~i their qualifications
and experience and enclosing originals of recent
testimonials, and must be prepared to take up
ii~2ty on, the Lst Junme, 1941 No applicaition
received.alfter the 2~8t February, 19431, will be
consid~nered.

i. E. CARniAN,


.Director of Educiatin.











:'4 squT; 98%s ygEff


then ythere: to appyec tor~i-c-~ ,Aie- poppint
and tobe fr~her ealt ithdf ac rdmg oaw

Given under my hand and seal this 5th day
of Atigust in thEe year obextr ead one thousand
nine hundred and forty at Punta Gords-in ~the
Colony aforesaid. ~~'!'. ii: .,i: : -; ,. I

E. O. BUNTING BARRjO)W,
P iStrict Commiss'ionzer, IZs
Toledo District.


Consolidated Lawts, 1924, Chap. 178 (Summary
Procedure).

A.--Summzons to a Defelndant upone an Inzforma-
tionz or Comnplainzt.

BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:
Toledo District

To Frankr Haylockr of M~onkrey River.

WHEREAS complaint hath this day been
laid before the undrltrigne~d, one of His Majesty a
Justices of the Peace in and for the sa~id Colony
of British Honduras, for that you Frank Hay-
lock being the owner or owners of certain land
to wit: 75 acres ~situate at Deep River Bluff
and within the jurisdiction of thie Court did
neglect and do still neglect to pay arrears of
taxes on such land other than land in a town in
the Toledo District amounting to $1I.12 within
the meaning: of the Land and Pro~perty Tax
Ordinance--Chapter 24 of the Consolidlated
Laws, 1924*
These are therefore to command you in His
Maj esty s namle to be atnd af fear o~n the 13th day
of January, 1941, at ten o'clock in the fore~noon
at the Police Court at Punlta Gorda before such
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as may


Consolidated L~aws, I(924, Chap.-I78 (Summary
'Procedure).

A4-.--llannuin;s to a Dlef~e~ndant upon ant Infonrma-
tion or C~omnplit.

BRITIS HOND~RAS, TO- WI, ., 5
v2. Tlerdo Dfiptrict~

To Albert Price of Punta Gorda.

WIMILEAS o ~implai hat this dy been
laid before the under sigledl, one of His $fajesty's;
Justices of the~ Peace in and for the said Colunv
of Britijh ffonduraJ, for thiat yiou Albert ~Pri e
'being: the own& or ovwriers of certain land to whit:
26 acres sittate at Pttath. Gorda-San- Antonio
Road and within the jurisdiction o~f -the Court
did neglect and dor still neglect to pay arrears of
taxes on such land other than land in a town in
the Toledo District amounting to go.30t within
the meaning of the Land and Property Tax
Ordinanc-LChapter 24 of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924. _
These are ~therefore to command you in His
Majesty's name to be and affear on the 13th
day of January, 1941, at ten o'clock in the fore-
noon at the Police Court at Punta Gorda before
such. Justices of the. Peace for the said. Colony
as may then be there to answer to the said com-
plaint and to be further dealt w~ithi according
to law.
Given under my hand and seal this 5th ~day
ofAugust in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and fort\ at Punta Gorda in the
Colony aforesaid.


orpst Office,
Belize, 4th Jaunlary, 194]1*


No. 21.


FOREST APPLICATIONS. ~

The following applications for- forest licences
are published as required by. 'Ru 1TE~3 di' tree
Forest Rules, 1927, inl order to give~ an~Y perstop
an opportunity of marking representation wrth
regard. to any such application. No such re-
presentation will be considered unless it is lodged
at the Forest Office (addressed to the Conserva-
tor of Forests and not to any forest officer by
name) within fourteen days of the date of pub-
lication of the Gazette in which the advertise-
ate~nt of the app~licationi first appears. '


By Or~der.


NEIL S. STE3VENSON,

CokiSe~~r fr ~of ~o:es~ts.`


E. O. BUNTING BARROW,
District Commissioner,
Toledo District.


First Puablicatioz--


JAMIES GOFF:--Northern
lands known as Big Pond.


District:' Crow\n


Mahogany..


. .100 trees Min.


Second P~ublicationtt-

AUSTINT E. GABOUREL:---Toledo District.
Crown lands in the upper reaches of Rio Grande
and its Columtbia Branch, bounded on the east
by the W~akrous truck pass from the resumoadero
on Columbia branch` runising northw~ards to
M~amay and Rio Gra~nde bridge, thence by the
Shaw truck pass to Lagunita thence by the mrul
trail via Cambrae to Esperanza and including
the Esperanza valley, on the north by the Quartz
Ridge running southivestwtards to mleet thie
Poetun trail thence by the P'oetun trail to the
frontier; on the west by the frontie-r and on the
the south by a 'line running true east. aftd
wlest through a p~oint on the Criqlue Negra track$
pass two miles north of its junction with the
main Watrous Pearce truck pass. Excluding
any areas silviculturally improved by the Fzorest
Dnepartmenlt.
MIahogany .. .'.<. 300 trees Min.











B~uff~i.orlgg O ,GAZQTTE f5


Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answer to the said complaint
and to be furt fr dealt with according ;to law.
Civeiruild'af my harnd'affd'se'a this 2 ~f INovember in the year of our Lord one thou-
6and nine-hlundred and forty at- Belize in the
,C~oly~ aforFesaid.

P. C. P. BEOWEN,
Justice of th~e Peace, Belize.


Co styli te'-:d~.~fLawpsdg24jC(;L-wp 1j78.' '
A.-Summons sto ra oD fe tant upon an

BRITISH' HONIDUR AS, TO~ WIT:
Toledo District
To G. L. Shaw of Punta Gorda

,:WHEREAS comzplaint hath this day been
laid before the undersigned one of His Majesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that you G. L*. Shaw
~being the owner or owners of certain land to wit:
8,3zo acres situate at Hope Creek and within
the jurisdictionu 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 Tlledo
District amounting to $1T24.93 within the mean-
ing of the L~ahd and Property 'Tax Ordinance--
Chapter 24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
These are the~refore to command you in His
Majesty's. name to be and af fear on the 13th
dayj of January, 1941,at ten o'clock in the fore-
noon at the Police Court at Punta Gorda before
such Justices of the Peace for the said Colony
as may then be there to answer to the said com-
plaint and to be further dealt with according
to law.
Given under my hand and seal this 5th day
of A2ugu t in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty at Punta Gorda in the
Colony aforesaid.


Consolidated Laws, 1924, Chap. 178 (Summary
Procedure).

A.--Summons to -a Defendant upon an
Information or Complaint.

BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:
.Toledo District

To The British Honduras Company
of Toledo.

WHEREAS complaint hath this day been
laid before the undersigned, one of His Majesty's
Justices.of the Peace in and for the. said Colony
of Britishi Honduras, for that you The British
HondurasCompany being the owners or owner
of certain land to wit: 46,014 acres situate
between Moho River and Rio Grande and with,
in the jurisdiction of the Court did neglect and
do tilll neglect to pay arrears of taxes on such
land other than land in a town in the Tol~edo
District amounting to $68570 for the year I94o f
42 within the meaning of the Land and Property
Tax Ordinance--Chapter 24 of the Co~nsrld-ltedl
Laws, 1924. :. "
These are therefore to command you in His
Majesty's name to be awd'c appear onz'the 13th day
of January, 1942, at ten o'clock inz the forenoonz
at the Police Court at Punta Gorda before such


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Consolidated Laws, 1924, Chap. 178 (Summary
Procedure).

A.-Suummons to a Deden nn upon an
Information or Eqmnplataittir ; i.

BRITISH HONDU~RAS 'TO' WFIT: .


To Betilb~ Honduras Development Company
of Toledo.

WHEREAS co nlai~ ath t is. day been

dnt ces: te t Peace In -and~fnor he sai -' ny
of British Honduras, for that you British Hond.
arts~ Developmrent Company beiihg the ow-ners
or owner of certain land to wit;: 18,5r3 acres
sittiste at Sarstoon River and within the juris-
diction of the Court did neglect and do still
neglect to 'payr wrrents of taxes on such land
other than land in a towthini the Toledo Dis~tict
amounting to $398.oo for the years 1939!40 and
1940/41 within the meaning of the Land and
Property Taxr Ordinance-Chapter .24 of ~th~e
Consolidated Laws, 1924.
These ar~e therefore to command yoay in His
Majesty's name to be arnd appear onz th~e 13th day
of Januaryi, 194I, at tenr o clock soz thte forenaoon
at the Police Court at Punta Gorda before such
Justices jff-he Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answer to the said complaint
and to be further aealt with accosding to law.
Given under my hand and seal this 29th day
of November in the year of our Lord one thou.
sand nine hundred and forty at Belize in the
Colony aforesaid.


P. C. P. BOWEN,
Justice of thze Peace, Belize.


E. O. BUNTING BARROW,
District Commissionerr,
Toledo District..


--










as sa~f~Stimd Mikm N29t W



$U~M~ARY OF MZElf~tWOROLOICAL. nBelt AT IONS


BAROMETER STATIO~ PRESSURE ~IN INCHES$;
~.( U .S.M. and Gravity of Latitude 17' 303 (Baromoter cistern 17 fr. alane Mean Sea Level)
r Absolute Extremes. of:~.Pressure)
A:i'~~' ver~ agt Mithy Md~ah f
Hipges tht Eaoist 1


TEMPERATURES I'N THE SHADE ---(Fahrenheit' Degresi'
MeanDaly Meanpaily Argyp Malpthly Meth (Awbsoute Ethtes Y~dia~irratur
Maximum Mmnimum of ail 9aimum~r add --- ---- -i-:-'i
Temperatre~ Temperature Minim~~~ple Typturs .,Highest patq Le est p ate

So.8 70-9 75.8 ~' 86;0- i3th~: .0r afth:

RELATIV"E HU MIDITY i (tanken from Wet and Dry Bulbs).'
Awlerr Mronthly an Highest Dabta. Lowest pa a
946/4 Iood*/ ft, 18 th, Igh &i 20th, 8j% .. 3Zti

WINDa MOVEMIENTS IN ~MILS tStandard' Arietnodi~eter above ground 45.7 ft).
Avotage Hourly Vclcity Prevailing Difctida Maximin Velocity 9eud Direction hate

II mp,p$h E. So ra0 .p~h. El ~ .. @

PRECFTIPIAIN (i nhsadhLrdh)
Tota Amount .~ G;~re eg A o~li~~l bt '-Who du;t~iveeT' u ryl ni .. Datei *;

9.68 2. 43- gth-
RB3ALPH A4. GILL, Meteorological Observer.


RAINFALL` -; BELIZ E.
MONTH 1935 ;'9t36 1937 1938 1939 1940

January 3.65 4 .59 5.69 8.89 4.31 4.18:I
February o 2.16 3.85 43; ~ 3.,24 .4,
March .. 1,20 .L4..t7 3.95 ':i5j3" : .49g !i?.99:!
A~pril -- f=19P.- 4.30. 5.08 L4 0.6i; :Lif~::.
May 0.13 10.,14 2.51 5.48 2.8 1,33*49
June 3.20 151.30 11.26 9.85 4.65 6.69
July 1 10981 10.55 3.98 :5.87 .}
August 7.21~ 6.56 6.41 10.77 5.95 5.69
September 5.09 12183 10.69 ~12.13 1 0.7C ig.68'
October 24.27 14.37 8.29' 12.08 6408 1 8.T6
November 8.21 2$.90~ 4,87: 8 12 1.2 9 .65i
December 2.28 2.51 5.08' 3.31 7.24
; 6_5.91 11 .8 75.43 81,20 4.14
The mean annual rainfall in Belize for the years 1906 to 1939 was 81.88 inches. During this perod- the
highest reorded rainfall was 130.94 inches in 1 11, and the lowest 42.36 inches in 19237.
By Command.
R. 'E. TURNBULL,,
Colonial Secretary.
Mb.P. oors. -












9-~s #* Survey DeparitpestJ, by~ thet Sta~na Creek Valley Roac) qqd land of
Safire, 4th ~JJesausary, 59 hlarps Brus., East ~by land applied for by Habeft~i
Johlnson, South by land applied for by P.
'; LA D An~t~tON Stolf, W'est by land occ~upied by A. 1)iaz, L/1314z
LAN APLICTIOS.and P. Alford; being the Wec'stery~ portion of So,
acres formuerly cclupied. by Charles Budd
APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown 20 acres
Lands are notified in the Govermecnt Gazetter for **Nov02. 149, r90-1-HL'BER T JOHI\.SON--
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity Stann Creek District, situate at Mliddle~sx on
of taking any representations to this office in% the left ascending the Stanr CDesk Valle! 11aaa<(,
relation to any stich application. .NothL by the Stanll Creek V~allqy Road, East by



appicants must be prepared for this delay. Pef~tri Hii H & Ja yeg~~fiBb
The following applications are hereby notified. Charles Budd .. 10 acres
**Noti. ag, ig1(o-AILBER T PR RS--S tann
By Order. Creek District, situate On the right atscending~
North Staun Creek, about one minle north of
G. S. BUSB3Y Longbank; BNor~ath by Crown land, part of block
No. 410, Ee t by; bleek liNo. 687 occupied by C.
Atting Director of~ Surveys Browvn and Crow st langd, Smith by block No. 3og
occupied $?y Fe\\d':ardgrn, \\'elst b\ Crown
land, part ~of b~lock~ Mo. dro; being the* south-
To Leaseo easiterll comenr of block F o. 4to 10 acres
**Dec,. 1.), ageFo-W' ILIAAl u VA'iES--Belize
Dist ri t, sit ua te ri tisevi aty of Cow\head Creek
*Oct, 28, 194o---LAZARUS RIV'AS, Stann an~d about half a mile noct sEithe Belize--Corozal
Creek District, situlate in the Village of Seine Road, No~rth by road res~erve ahd kand granted
Bight .. ... .Lot No. 90 to iarolitre T'rapp, East by Orown~ land, South
*Oct. 28, 1940--CLOTILDA GrARCIA-- by Crown land, West by Crown lanci; heing land
Stann Cgree District situate in the Village of nowr ocupied by applican~t ..211 ac~Es
Seine Bight ... .Lot No. 91 X**Qc.~ :3, T940--INDSAY MIL~LIGAN--
*Oct. 28, 1940--LORENZO) THONI~SS- Belilre Distrkt, situate on the left ascending
Stann Creek District, situate in the Village of Mussel Creek, Beliz~e River, North by Crown
Seine Bight Lot N)., 92 land and land occupied by J. Underwood, East
*Dec. 2, 940--FELICIANO ALVAREZ-- by Crown land, South by Crown land, West by
Toledo District, situatetahei Vitlage ofllairrasp tidwk tami ; being .a portion of land known as
co; being lot formerly held on lease by Marcial "'John Elvans"' formerly the property of Christo-
Chimilio (deed~.) .. Lot Nlo. 137 ph~er Verace .. .. > across
+DeC. r2, 1940t-SEtCUND~ING, e=AI,10Z- *Dc. 30, 1940.l-NE~:HdIfIAH QteiOERPS-
'Iblecle Dis~tric, .situat in the tOwn~ of Ptmas Belite Distriict, situ~te on the right asedChfing
Gosrds; behtig int formrlry leased to Hilara -the Belite~o-ozal Road~ seat the ~36 M8il~ Post,
Znniadg ,, .. L No. 133 North byt I~nd apFpr.O(Ved to P~~lateQZjino Chwh.~ba,
**D3ec., 14) Iq940-TF.OFILA.RSAMS-Stansr East by Crown-aIred, fit ~thb Opownlx~anbsd, We~st
Creek Jistrijct situa~te int the town of cStand' by GoveTrBXmentb Rese~Irv and the itklin-c~orozal
Creek, FIou th Side .. Ltb frl&. 406 Ro~ad .. .. .. 1ace
**Delc. 17, ig.o-IIUBrERTI GiZAH~II- *uol~tec- 30r, 1940-J~OHNI MO~TRRIBOht-13elze
,etanna Cr~eek iStitu, iesitat hSI fth fitewf .Of Diwttiet~, a~~tel~ttratte o he et ascenading the Ed~ize
Mb~ltinrrus iver~; being Ilot furnuehly teasezdser Ag- -Coson~arl Rwad .at i3) 381esc, Nourth byT lnd Fap-
pito 'unsque;~ .r Lt Aio. 112 pr..rve d, toanne~2tte Sm~1ith. Eat b~.ky Crown land,
**hdec. rb? loq40-I:@BJt A ASEMS'IAI~ N-'~ Starth by goad$r rvsereanF~aBd .5snt'Anna1 Reer v;
Stann Greek bDistrict, situate in thet towin of being .a triangjula~r~ arclof land .,la)istt
Stanteek.. .. et o.49***Dec. 30ml940- ,18.11SJOHN~SON-Betize
*f**le. so, 1940,--G:EORGE FOS'I'ER ~tled~ District, situat~e aEt~ aLbou'tt 37 Mif~ on the $4se~-
District, situate in the town of Punta Gorda Csorown Road, No~rt by toad -reservex and~i Eaati
bE6tinglotfrel edon tleaeb iico occupsie ~by Thomats Cham, EasJt by thr -road,
Petllo ., .. Lt o. 26Slanth by Crawnii8 &&n, Wesst by Clrown land:
**Dec. .2I, 1940---SISABELLA SERV'IA- bfe~ing.)and fozzuer ly gmfratd to applcart
Stann Creek 13istret, situaite ifx the townr orf 14. 2r. 13P.
Stanntr~eak .. .. Lt No. 411B.'


To Prchse.Cancellati'ons-Leases.
**Novf. 16, I940--JU L~TU POWEILL--Stann M.P. S.O. To8-30--ROQUE C'UERERO--
Creek Dishirtc, si~u~tuk~ate, ~iddl~Eseaso fthe left Stann Creek District, situate in the Carib Re-
ascending the' Si-ann Cieek Valley fRoad, Z(orth serve, Stann Creek. 9.35 acres (block N~o. 390)
by the 8thnCredk Vaist~ Roadl anca laid occru- For non-payment of rent.
pied by P. Stoff, East by 3aP4 eccupiend br R; M~.P. S.G. 380-33-LIENARDO TUN---Cayo
A. Bennett, South by landi occupied byi A. Stolf, District, situate on the left ascending the West-
West by land applied for by Hubert Johnson; ern Branch, Belize River. 50 acres (block No.
being the I'a-tern portion of 50 acres formerly 189). For non-payment of rent.
occupied by Charles Budd. 15 acres M.P.S.G. 243-35--LOUIS GARRICKS---Stann
**Nov. 25, 1940--KILDA HIGGINS---Stannj Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve.
Creek District, situate at Middlesex on the left 9a. 1r. 24p. (block N~o. 639). For non-pay-
ascending tile ,Stann Creek Valley Road, North ment of rent.













as liksn nwifiWdidh%
18 :~afnE~ HRDUAIS ~s~2;~I


INTG COlIPilPANI, a corpo~j~iration organijded2 and
exisping.under and'by virtie of the laws of the
State of Wisc~onsin, United States of America,
11viin,a dplac~e' (:1 buiine~s in t-he Citroo~f 1Mil-
nauke, tat i ; 11iconi, i tiited States of
America.

1 The ~abdve mark ituzsed by the said Comipathy
~in col~rinection' with b vterazes. ~:


aFSove Trade 10ark; will be p~ro'secute~d uYnd~e
Chap~ter 42.of the ConsoI~i~ltidted Laws pf Bri~tid
Hondcuras, I1924 aide otherwise deha t 'with~ sh
thel~taw alllows.. .. s

(This is a republication of the claim to owner-
ship of the tnark by Jos. Schlitz Beverage Co.,
a predecessor, 2;hic~h appeared in the Govern-
merrt*Gaz~ette ,dated February 7, 1931r.)




JoS. SCHLITzZ BRF \'NGlc COMPANY,
S. Milwaukee, WC1isconsin.


CaRcORllQRioS-~Location Tickets.
EM.P. S.G. rl89--EEI.c'ITA BERNARDEZ i-
Stann Creiek District. situante in the C'arib R~-
serve. 5 acres blockk No. 4c9)7) ofr non-
playmenrt of the second instalmeti: ,
M.P. S~.C. 1I628-L-TESTER NUGENT--Stanu
Creei Di-t rict, Situate n ar the tyf Mile Postbn;
the FStnn Creek Railway. ForF nonI-p tydirent
of the first instidnieht~.' ': .
M.P. S.G. 1788-Vt~ALENTINE TORtRES- 1
Cayo District, shu~tte on 'the iright asceiding
Belize River, in the Ignane C~ek E~sta~tl; 20
acres. At the request of the settle~r.


NOTIZ:CE IS HEREI~l' `GIVENh
that the follow;ing Trade Mark;:









is the Tradle Mark~ of JOS. SCHILITZ: BREW


ESTATE OF HENIRY 'HEITLER


STATUTORY NOTICEE TO CREDITORS

PURSUrANT ~to thze-seventh section of Chbapter, 190 ;of, the Consolidated. Laws, 19l24:
NOTICE is hereby given thit all creditors pad other nersons hearing ppy~y~ claims opr de-
mands upon or against the estate,of .Henry -Heitir late of Befize who died at Belize,
aforesaid on the 23rd day of Auguist 19;40 and I-obate: of whose last Will and Testame~t'
was granted to Rudolpih Leopold Heitler, Hatty Leon~ie Thomads ~and Ma~rie Eledito
~Coady the executors therein named by .the Supr~eme Court of 'Bri'tishli'o~ndritas (Probate
Side) on. the Sth day of peceniber 1940 are hereby~reqiuired to send in. wrtiting the par-
ticulars of their claims or~demands tothe said Rudolph Leopold Heitler, Hattcy Leolnie
Thomas and Mlarie Eleanor. Coad~ ~or toothe unrdersigned Dragten,iUoods & Co,. Solid '
eitors of the said executors at the offic obf their said Dragten, Woods & Co.;situate at.
North Front Street, Belize on or' before the 31st dayJ of,M~iarch 1941 A~ND NOTIC~E IS
BERE BY~~~~~~~~333333333 AI~-iBO GIVEN that at the e -iraition o9f the last Im~eiltioiled datethe said
Rudolph Leopeld Heitler, Hatty L~eonie Thomas and Marie Eieanor Coady will proceed~
to-distribute the assets of the said. Henry H~eitler amongst the partiEs entitled thereto
having regard only to the claims of.which Qte said Rudolph Leco~pold"eitler, Hatty
Leonie Thomais and Marie Elea3nor Coadvi hav'ce then had notice and that the said Rci
dolph Leopold Heitler, H~-atty' Leonie Thomas and' Marie Eleanor Coady will not be
liable: for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any persoil of whose claiim the
said kudolph Leopold Heitler, Hat~t-ye Leonie Thomals and Marie Eleanor Coa'dy have
not had notice at the time~ of the distribution.

Dated this 23rd day of December 1940.

DRAGTEN, WOODS & CO.
,,of North Fronit Sti~eet, Belize. Solicitors
I''for the said Execut~ors.








































NVo. 3 BELIZE, 11thr JANUiARY, 1941 Page 19


RETIltElEENT.
CARD), Wi. A., rec''elephone', U L inerrrn, S3tann~L~
Creek, retired oil need-ical g nld, \wit~h effect"
fromn Isit Janluary, r941r.


Colonial~I SeEretary'~3~s Offi'ce,
R,!r.:,, 3r Janurary, 1941.
NOTfICE TO0 P"R E N'PLY S'OCTETES
The attention of HG is I Ic nllency th Covernlor
has been I' rc--d to. th~e Fact that in many in-
stances the provisions of the' Priendly Societies
Ordinance--C heprr-r 141r of the Conrpolidated
Laws, lo?4--are pit-!being. emriplied with by
such seemtries.
In fut-ure, whfee the p~rn:Sluers of ~th~e Ordi
nan-e are not strietly co-mpIed withl inthe
prescribed time, the power given in the Ordi-
nance to coplpel compliance wYill be enlfosced
without filurber! comlmaneation to the dtelin-.
quenqt society.
Copies of tr.,- gpiend~ly Soc~ie-i~es Ort~nance
may3 be obFta~inked at th2e Govelrnment Prin~ting~
Ofilie for *twenty thae ~ents end.,

By Conunand.

11. E. ITU~RNBUI,f,
Colonial Secretary.



1


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, IIthz Janulary', 94x..

The followinlgp articularirdt.c mnents, etc., in the Publlic .~.r- see ar i I.li tiishd I
for -.erieral information.

By Command.

R. E. TURNDrLL,
Colonial .Secraeiiary.

----- ---

N'o. 24-

APPOINTMENTS CONFIRMED.

RH \'5, Jeremiah, Customs Boa~tman, Cuansto
and. Harbour Department, appoin~tmerntc econ-
firmtedl with effect frorm Ist Janluary, 1941.
nl.P. o ~19-

TRUMSBACHT, L. A4., Th~ird Class C~le~rk, Mledical
Department, appointments confirmed with
effect fromt Ist Jaenary, g494"
M.P. 02239.


Nio. 26.


M.P. 02949.


\I~.18 hiP'TION; OFE DUTY.
JOHA4NSON, Ma1j r J. L., assumed duty- as
Officer Comamanding th~e British Honduras
Defence Force with effect fro~m 0th D~ecrnm-
b~er, Ig-lo.


N\o. 2.


M.:P. 0135=.


No. 25.


Mt.P. 0123.


HiIELINSQUTSUM~h E NT. '

M~ATTHEWS, Bj Mao P. E., O.B.E., reilxrinushed
t~e appointment of Offiier ColnmanneliegK the
Briitish Mondaras D~efence Forcet with effect
from 20th~ Decemeber, m940.


G OV~ERNMeJENT~ '


IBITS iF~i~rs~~ HOND b~U RAS

PUBLISHED ;BY AUTHORITY.











zo BRITISH HONDURAS GAIZBTTE


Edu~cationl Office,
Belize, 4th Janu~ary, I94r.

ROCKCSTONE POND GOVERNMENT
SCHOOL.

Applications are invited for the post of Prin-
cipal, Rockstone Pond Gov~ernment School
(G~rade D). First or Second Class Teacher's
Certificate essential. Salary $4375 or $535.00
per month arccrrdinlg to certificate. House
provided.
Applicants should write to the D~irector of
education, Belizze, stating their qualifications
and experience and enclosing originals of recent
testimonials, and nmst be prepared to take uP
duty on the Ist; junte, 1941. No applicati'" A
received after the 28Sth Feb~ruatry, Ig~p, \ ill be
considered-

B. E. CARMAN,

Director of Educcation,


District Comm~tissioner's Offsce*
Northser District,
Corozal, 2oth Decembher, 1940.

LICENSING MEETING.
To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace
acting in and for the North~ern1 District as Licen.
sing Magistrates and to all others whom it may
concern.
TA(E: NOTICE that the Quarterly Licensing i
Meeting for: the N~orthern District w~ill be held in
the District Commissioner's Court Room at
Corozal at ten o'clock in the forentoon on Monday
the 13th day of January, 194I, to take into
consideration applications for L~icences under
anld byi virtue of Chapter 126 of the Consolidated
Lawos, 1924.
By Order.
E. O. B. BARROW,
District Commcissioner,
North~ernt District.


District Commrissione~r's Office,
El Clayo; 19th Dlecemrber, 1940.

LICENSING MEETING.
`To the Worshipful the Justices of the P'eace
acting in and for the Cayo District as Licensing
Magistrates and to all others wh~om it may
concern.
TA~KE NOTICE that the Qtuarterly Licensing
Meeting for the Cayo District will be held inr the
District Commissioner's Court R.oomn at E1 4ayo
Town at twelve o'clock noon on Monday the
I3th day of January, 1941, to take into consider-
ation applications for Licences under and by
virtue of Chapter 126 of the Consolidated L~aws,
1924. By Order.


N~o. 28.

Consolidated Laws, 1924, Ch1ap. 178 (Sum-
mary Proceduleci.

A.--Summonrs to a Defendant upon an
Information or Complaint.

BRITTISH H-ONDURA2S, TO W-IT:

Belize District.

To PAULI BENJAMIIN ME:RRITT
o Belize.

WHERE 18~ compIlaint hath this day been
laid before the under signed, one of His Majesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that you Paul Ben-
jamlin Merritt being the owners or owner of cer-
tain land to wvit: 22,ooo acres situate at Sibun
River and within the jurisdiction 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 Belize District amlounting to $1,38lo.co for
the> ve~ls x93 /38, 193Y/39, 193914o and 1940j4r
within the. meaning of the Land and Property
Tax Ordinance--Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
TLaws, 1924.
These: are therefore to command you in His
Majesty's nlame to be and affear on the 31st day
of January, 1041, at ten o'clock sn thze forenoon
at the Magistrate's Court at Belize before such
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answer to the said complaint
and to be further dealt with according to lawr.
Given under my hand and seal this 6th day
of January in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Belize in the
Colony aforesaid.


W~2. H. COU.,RTENAY,
Magistrate, Belize.


No. 29.


Consolidated ~Laws,
mary Procedure).


1924, Chap. 178 (Sumn-


A.-- Summons to a Defendant upon an
Information or Complaint.

BRITISH HONDU:RAS,. TO) WIT:

Belize District.

To Betty Escalante, E~rnesto Escalante and
Antonio Ozaeta, agents for Estate Francisco
Escalante of Bielize.

WHEREAS compylaint hath this day been
laid before the undersigned, one of His Mlajesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that you Betty Escal-
ante, Ernesto Escalante and A~ntonio Ozaeta,
Agents for Estate Francisco Escalante being the
owners or owners of certain land to wit: 3,6.75
acres situate at Double Run, Belize River, and
within the jurisdiction of the Court did neglect
and do still neglect to pay arrears of taxes on


T`. J. HUDSON,
District Commissioner, Cayo.


893~










BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 21
- -- B


Such applications will be inserted in at least
three separate issues of the Gazatie before they
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that
applicants miust be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.

G. S. BUSBY,
Acting Director of Surveys.



TO LO8Se.

***Oc~t. 28. I940o-ENRIQUES THOMAF--
Stann Creek District, situate in the Village of
Seine Bight ... L~ot No. 75
*Dec. 14, I940o-T~OFILA RAMdOS--Stann
ICreek D~istrict, situate in the~ town of Stanai
Creek, South Side .. Lot No. 406
*Dec. 17, T940o-HUBERTL GRAHAM--
Stann Creek District, situate in the town of
Mullius River; being lot formerly leased to Aga-
pito Vasquez .. .. Lot No. 112
*Dezc. 17, 1940-PFABIANA SEBASTIAT--
Stanu Creek District, situate in the town of
Stann Creek .. .. Lot No. 789
**Dec. zo, 1940--GEORGE FOSTE~R Toledo
District, situate in the town of Punta Corda;
being lot formerly held on lease by Ciriaco
Petillo .. ... Lot No. 226
*D~ec. 21, 194lo--ISABELLA SERVIIA--
Stann Creek Distret, situate in the town of
Stann Creek .. .. .. Lot No. 611B.
"***Dc. 31, 1940o--USTAVOUS PR ANCISCO
--Stan n Creek District, situate in the town of
Stann Creek, south side Lot No. 381
"***Dec. 3I, rr940-THEODORE CA~LIZ--
Stann Creek District, situate in the tow~n of
Stanix Creek .. .. Lot No. 438
***Jan. 3, I94'-- ROBERT M. SMITHStannn
Creek District, situate on the sea coast at Com-
merce .8ight, North by a creek situate to the
south of the Village of Newtow-n, East by the
sea, South by the bar of Commerce Bight Lagoon,
West by Commerce Bight Lagoon. Including
the cay at the back in the lagoon; being the
northern portion of the coconut walk formlerly
leased to applicant ..A parcel of
land
***Jan. 7, 194x--HAROLD E. CATTIOUSE--
Relize District, situate on the north side of
Haulover Road in the town of Belize, NTorth by
Crown land, East by Crown land and the prop-
erty of the Belize Foot~ball Irague, South by
"Haulover Road, West by Crown land; being
land formerly held on lease by Bennett Harvey
(deed. ) .. ...... 5 acres


To Purchase.

*N7ov,. 16, 194o--JULTUS POWE~LL;-Stann
Creek District, situate at Mliddlesex on the left
ascending the Stann Creek Valley Road, North
by the Stann Creek Valley Road and land occu-
pied by P. Stolf, E~ast by land occupied by R.
A. B ennett, South by land occupied by A. Stolf ,
West by land applied for by Hubert Johnson;
being the Eastern portion of So acres formerly
occupied by Charles Budd 15 acres
*Nov. 25, 1940--HIL*DA HIGGINS--Stann
Creek District, situate at Mniddlesex on the left
ascending the Stann Creek Valley Road, North


such land other than land in a town in the Belize
District amounting to (156.3I for the years
193r3/39 to '1g4ol41 within the meaning of the
Uscnd and Property T'ax Ordinance--Chapter
24 of the Consolidated Law~s, 1924.

These are therefore to conuuand you in His
Majesty's name to be and affpearg on the 31st: day
of January, 1941, at ten o'clock ine the fo~renoon
at the Mlagistrate's Court at Belize before such
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answer to the said complaint
and to be further dealt with according to law~.

Given under my haRnd and seal this 6th day
of January in the year of our Lord one thousand
nin~e hundred andt forty-one at Belize in the
Colony aforesaid.


H.I. COU7RTENAY,
Magistrakte, Belize.


Forest Office '


Nuo. So.


Belize, u~th Jaunaary, 1941.

FOREST APPLICATIONS.

Thle following applications for forest licences
are published as required by Rule 13 of the
Woze~st Rules, 1927, in order to give any person
an opportunity of making representation with
regard to any such application. No such re.
presentation will be considered unless it is lodged
at the Forest Office (addressed to the Consenra-
tor of Porests and not to any forest officer by
namre) within fourteen days of the date of pub-
lication of the Gazette in which the advertise-
ment of the application first appears.


By Order.

NEIL S. STEVENSON,

Conservator of Foress.




Second Putblicationc-


JAME~S GOFFz:-Nhorthern
lands known as Big Pond.


District. Crown


Mahogany ..


.. ..100 trees Min.


Survey Departmecnt,


No. .3L


Belize, usth January, 1941.


L AN D APP LICAT IONS.

APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown
Lands are notified in the Government Gazeltte for
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity
of making any representations to this office in
relation to any such application.















22 BRITISH HONDURAS QAZE7TE


by the Stann Creek Valley Road and land of
Sharp B~ros., East by land applied for by Hubert
Johnson, South by lsand applied for by P.
Stolf, We ~1t by land occup~ied by A4. Diae..1 Ptai
and P. Alford; being the- \\'sjtern potionie of So
acres formerlyy occupiedl by Ch2rarlets BIudd
20 acres
*Nov. 29, r94o-IIUT:1ld' JOHNSON-
Stann Creek District, situate at Mliddl-.:-l-< on
the left as\cndine the Stann Creek Vaullrs Road,
Northl by~ thle Stann Creeki Valley Road, East by
land applied for by Jubuwl-Powell, South by land
occupied by P. Stolf, W~est by land applied for
by Hilda Higgins; being the piece of land lying
between those pieces applied for by Julius
LPo 11lland Hilda HEi, in,~ formerly~ occ oN 3. y
*Nov. 29, I190-A~LBERT PETE~RS--Stann
Creek District, situate on the right asce~nding
No~rthi Stanrn Creek, about one m~ile north of
Longbank, North by Crowin land, part of block
No1. 410, East by blocku No. 687 occupied~ by C.
BrowMn and Crown land, Sou-th by block No. 3og
occupied by EdwardE Crown, We~st by Crown
land, part of block No. 4Io; being the south-
easterly corner of b-lock No- 410 .. 100 aC~eps

Beliete District, situatie on the lt~ef nee-;iuding
Mussel Creekr, Belize Ri-ver, North by Crown
land and land occupied by J. Underwood, East
by Crown land, South by Crown land, W~est by
Crowin land2; L.-la, a portion of land known as
"John Evans" formerly the property of Christo-
phe~r Vernon .. .. 5 acres
**Dec. 30, 1940---NEHHE MIIAH FLOWl~ERS--
Beizae District, situate on the right ascending
the Be~cl~z~e-Corozala Road near the Q6- Mile P'at,
Nl~lrb kfy land ap~proved to F~lorentino Chuin'
East by Crow~n land, Sout~h by Crowfn land, Wlest
by Government Reserve and t~he Behize-Corozal
lidac .. ..1 acres
"**Dec. 3o, 1940--JOHIN N.I RRISr:N~-r Heliz
Dist~riet, situ~ate en the~ ri;1 :lr--r -nein;~, t h.:- INike
-C6rozal Road at 35) M~iles, North by land ~pp-
proved to Ainnette Smrith, East by Crown land,
South by road reserve and Sant'Anna Reuerve;
being a ~triangular p~arcel~of landl..108acres8
**DeC. 30,T,. p---hl-.IE.I.5 JOHNiSONP-Belize
DhStrict, situate at about 37 Miles on: th'e Belize-
Corouzal Road, North by road reserve and land
occupjieid by Thomas Chan, East by the road,
South by Crown land, W~est by Crown land;
bei hgliid formerly granted to applicant
14a. 2r. 13p.
**s* TErl. 7, Icl41;-FERM~: INii~ REINO--Corosal
District, situate at Grants Landls, NoTrth by
block Npao. o104, East by; block No. 65, South by
blorck NoshI~. 133an ffr~134, West by block NKo. 63;
beig bockNo.64 ormrlyof Wifbert WGhite
29a. 3r. 3'- p



-Caoc el Satiorns-tLeases.

W1.P. S.G. T58-_7.--ELLAA W. STEP EEN_ -
Belize D~istrict, situate on the right ascending
Hardover Creek, Belize River. 11~a. Ir. 28p~.
Owinrg to the dea-th of thle lessee.


MI.P. S.C. rf86-3c--MARCIAT CIfJIILIO--
.Tl'oedonistnct, sit:.ate in thle VVllage of Barran-
coQ. L~ot Nor 137. O\!ing tt the deathl of the
lesee, .

Mi.P. S.O. 41-3.3---DAiV? ID THOUS EN-- Toledo
District, situate in the Village of Brrianco,
Losts Nos. Y107 anpd T10~. At the request of the
less~ee.

]K-P. RO*G 359,- Z--PEL RO ALEA.1NZ. -- Te i lcd
District, situate on the r igh t ascending' r-io
Grande, above Rig P[alls. 1-7 acrgs.. t the
request of the' lessee.

M~.P. S.G. U52g--CISIA CO PE-TILTC- Toledo~
District, situalte in the town of Punta Gor~da.
Lot No. 226. At t~he reqluest. of the lessees




rancel satioRS-I.OCation Tikets.

MZ.P. SC. Q3r5-.,C- PARI1&IC10.~~ANTA--4,tann
Creek D~istrict, situate in the Carib Reserve.
5 acres (bl;ock No. 644). For non-paymnent
of the seventh instalatent.

M.P'. D.S. 18j4--JAM ES RAM4CLAM\----Toledlo
District, situate on the right Punta c~orda-San. Antonio Road!. 100 acres.
F~or non-paymnent otf the first instahnent.


!.. le In DI~strict, situatet oII'the Ieft a-<.en 'ine~
Rio G~rande. 35i acres. For non-pa'melnt of
thle first iunnsctalet.






GAZ ETTE

Subscription Rate~s.
The Gazette will be supplied to sub-
scribers at the rate of $4.00 for the
callend~ar year, payable in advance,
all subscriptions expiring on 31st D~e-
cember.

Single copies will be sold at 15 cents
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Rates for Non!s~-O~fftical Noies.

First insertion, 50 cents per inch,
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GOVERNMENT



GA~ZEETTE


BRITSHDtl H~ONDU3RAS

PUBarsLi~,ISHE BY AUTHORITY.


No. 4 BELIZE, 18th JANUARY, 1941 Page 25


APPOINTMENT CONFIRMEED.
'6MITI-f, J. Hi. Nelson, Assist~ant Conservator of
EorestS, a~ppointment confirmed with effct
frotm 29~th NQovemnber, 1940.



TRANSFER'S.
MOODY, F. O)., Thilrd- Class Clerk, District
Comnmisrsioner's O~ffie, Stann Creek~, trans-
Sferred to Audit Deparnt mnctt, wYith effect from
ISth JanuaEry, ag941, MP. oz409. *
Y~O;UNG, H. W., Thiird- Class Clerkr, Audit Dot-
partment, transferr-ed to District Commlis-
sioner's Office, ~Stnn Creek, w~~tilcth setfm
15th Januariy, 1941. M:.P. 02188.


ColoniiatSecretary's~fflee,
Belize, 18th, Janutaryl, 1941.
Thde following particulars relating to appoint-
Sments, etc., in the Public Service are published
for general information.
Byr Command.
R. E. TURNBU7IX,,
Colonianl Secretary-


PRiddle~r to carry out the'durties of AdjutatM,
British Honduras Decfence FtOrce, with effect
from 17th January, 1941r.
a-f" -


No. 35.


M.P. 0500.


Bdlize, 14h fanuary, 1941.

Legslative Council.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE.
His Ex~elleclyl the: Governor has granted to
the Honourable Mr. Bi A. Mlelhado, J.P., leave
of absence from his public duties for the period
16th January tLo 31st Mlarch, 1941.


No. 32.


M.P. ozo34'


N\o. 36.


Belize, 18th2 January, 194I-


BILLS PUBLISHED.

The under-mentioned Bills which are to be
submitted to the kLegicslativ~e Cunc~il, are pub-
Uished for general information: wi~th this issue ocf
the Gazette and form part ~thero:--

A Bill entitled an Ordinan~e relating to T'ratde
Unions. M\.P. 02833.

A Bill entitled an Ordinankce to amend tche
Motor YechItcl and R-oaBd Traflec Or~dinanLcte,
1938 (No- 32 of 1938). M.P. ou~r6.

A Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend the
Customs and Excise Duties Ordinance, 1935
(N;o. I of 1935). M.P. oo33.


No. 34.


Mci.P. 0955.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
BeZlize, 16th2 Janulary, 194r.


DEFENCE FORGCE, A Bill entitled an Ord~inan1Ce to amend the
ohat atCinemlatograph Ordinance--Chapter 64 of the
App met~nn Consolidated Laws, 1924--and to repeal the
H3i~s Exctllznc? the Governor and Commnander- Cieaorh(A ndetOdinc,93
in-Chief has appointed L~ieutenant F. R. G. i(Neao.340f (mndae~t rinne 1934)MPo66











24 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


The under-mentioned Statutory Rule and
Order is published with this issue of the Ganzette
and forms part thereof : -

No. 2 of 94x--The Trading with thre Enemy
(Specified Persons) (Amrenmenctt No. I) Order'
E941'
By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL '
Colon1ial Secretar.


Educationr Offie,
Belize, 4lth Janaryav, 1941'

ROCKSTONE POND GOVERNMENT
SCHOOL .

Applications are invited for the post of Prin-
cipal, Rockstone Pond Government School
(G~rade D). First or Scocnd Class Teacher's
Certificate essential. Salary $4375 or $35.oo
per month accordinlgto certificate. House
provided.
Applicants should write to the Director of
Education, Belize, stating their qualifications
and experience and enclosing originals of recent
testimonials, and must be prepared to take up
dluty on the Ist frune, 1941. No applications
received after the 28th Pebruary, I194~ ,ill be
considered. ..
B. E. CARMAN,
Dirctor of Eduzcation'


No- 38.

District Comnmissio~ner's Office,
Orange Walk, Ioth Jantuary, 1941,

LICENSING MEETING.

To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace
acting in and for the Northern District as Licen-
sing Magistrates and to all others whom it may
concern:
TAKE NOTICE that a Special Licensing
Meeting for the Northern District will be held
at Orange Walk at to o'clock in the forenoon on
Friday the 31st instatit to take into considera-
tion the application of ELIODORO E. ESCAL'
ANTE for a Publican's General ;iqutor Licence
under and by virtue of Chapter 126 of the Con~
solidated ~Laws, Iga4~.

By OrdeI.

E~. O. B. BARROW,
District Commzissiozer,
Northzern District.


BRITISH HONDUJRAS, TO WTIT:
Belize District.
To Betty Escalante, Ernesto Escalante and
AIntonio Ozaeta, agents for Estate Francisco
Escatlan~te of Belize.
WHEREAS complaint hath this day been
laid before the undersigned, one of His Majesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colon~y
of British Honduras, for that you Betty Eiscal-
ante, Ernesto Escalanlte and Antonio Ozaeta,
Agents for Estate Francisco Escalante being tl-e
owners or owner of certain land to wit: 3,67i5
acres situate at Double Run, Belize River,and
within the jurisdiction 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 Belize
District amounting to fr56.3I for the years
1938S/39 to 1940/41 within the meaning of the
iTand and Property Tax Ordinance--Chapter
241 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
These are therefore to command you in His
Majesty's narne to be antd appear on th~e 3Tst day
of January, 194', rat ten o'clock in thze forenzoonz
at the Magistrate's Court at Belize before such
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answcTer to the said complaint
and to be further dealt with according to law.
Given under my hand and seal this 6th day
of January in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine~ hundred and forty-one at Belize in the
Colony aforesaid.


BRITISH HOND~URAS,, TO WIT`:
SBelize District.


MI.P. oz643.
B~elizel 18th. Jatnuary, 1941.


Nfo. 37.


STATUTORY RULES ANdD ORDERS. /o~f Belize.PA1,BNAINM:RT


WHEREASP complaint hath thlis day been
laid before the under signed, one of His Maj esty's
Justicesi of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that you Paul Ben-
jamlin Merritt being the owners or owner of cer-
tain land to wit; z2,ooo acres situate at Sibun
River and within the jurisdiction of the Court
did neglect and do still neglect to pay arrears of
taxes on such land other than landf in a town in
the Belize District amlounting to $1,380oac for
the years 1937/38, 1938/39, 1939140 and I1j40/4
within the meaning of the L~and and Property
Tax Ordinance---Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
L~aws, 1924-
These are therefore to command you in His
Maf esty's namle to be and af fear on the 31st day
of January, IqqI, at ten o'clock in the forenzoon
at the Mlagistrate's Court at Belize before such
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as mav
then be there to answer to the said comptlaint
and to be further dealt with according to law.
Given under m;y hand and seal this 6th day
of January in the year of our ~Lord one thousand
nine hundred anld forty-one at: Belize in the
Colony aforesaid.


W. H. COURTENAY,
Mag~istrate, Helize.


W. H. COUTRTE~NAV,
Maqistrate, Belize.









BRITISH HONDUR AS GAZETTE 23


No. 40.

BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

Stann Creek District.

TO MORITZ HOFFMAN\.

WHEREAS complaint hath this day been
laid before th~e undersigned, onle of H-is Majesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said C~olony
of British Hondluras, for that you Moritz H~off-
man being the owners or ownvler of certain land t
towit: 10 acres situate at StaunnCreek Valley
and within the jurisdiction of the Court did
neglect and do still neglect to pay arrears of
taxes on such land thelrr than land in a townl in
the Stann Creek D~istrict amiounting to 25j.oo
w'ithin the: meaning of t'he Land anld Property
Taxl Ordinanlce--Chapter 24~ of the Co~nsolidat~ed
L~aws, 1924.
These are therefore to command y~ou in EHis
Majest~y's name to be a~nd apffear on the I':, & ay
~f March, I94I. at ten o'clock inz the forenoon at
the Police Court at ,Stann Creek before such
Justices of the Pe~ace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answer to the said comlplaint
and to be further dealt with according to lav.
'Given under my hand and seal this 'Ith day of
December in the year of our L~ord one thousand
nine hundred and forty at Stann Creek in the
Colony aforesaid.


No. 42.

BRITYISH HONDIURAS, TPO W`IT:

Stann Creek District.

TO P. M. MAlWEL~L.

WtHEREAS complaint hath this day been
laid before the undersigned, onie of His Majesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of British- Honduras, for that you F. MT. Maxwell
being the owners or owner of certain land to
wit: Ioo acres situate at LambE Creek, Mullins
R.iver and within the juridicton o theCour
did neglect and do still neglect to pay arrears
of taxes on such land other than land in: a towln
in the Stann Creek Distric~t amounting to $7 -50
within the meaning of the L~and and Property
Tax Ordinance- Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924-
These are therefore to c~ommandl you in Bis
MIajesty's n~amre to be and affkear on thze 18th day
of Mlarchz, 1941 at ten o'cl~cki in the forexoon at
the Police Court at Stann Creek before such
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as mayT
then. be there to answer to the said comptrlainti
and to be further dealt with'acording to law.
Given under my hasnd and! seal this 7th day of
December in the y-ear of our Lord one tchousand
nine hundred and forty at Stann Creek in the
Colonyv aforesaid.


No. 41.


N~o. 39.


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO0 WIT:

Stann Creek Di~strict.~

TO: JANE L IODGE.

WHEREAS complaint hath this day been
laid before the undersigned, one of His M/ajesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that you Jane Lodge
being the owners or owner of certain land to wit:
'69 acres situate at Seine Bight and within the
jurisdiction 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 Cree'k
District amounting to $6.62 within the meaning
of the Land and Property Tax Ordinance--
Chapter 24. of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
These are therefore to commandn you in H~is
Majesty's name to be and affear on the 18ith day
o~f MVarch, 1941,I at ten o'clock inz the forenoon at
the Police Court at Stann Creek before such
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answer to the said complaint
and to be further dealt with according to law.
Given under my hand and seal this 7th day of
December in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty at Stann Creek in the
Colony aforesaid.


BRITISH HONTDUIRA4S TO WIT:

Stann Creek D~istrict.

TO 8. O. BROWNE

WHEREAS complaint hath this day been
laid before the undersigned, one of His Majecsty's
Justices of the Peace in! and for the said Cololy
of Britiah Honduras, for that you S. O. Browle
being the owners or owner of certain land to.wit;:
loo acres situate at Big Creek and w-ithin the
jurisdiction 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 amounting to $5.oo within the meaning
of the Land and Property Tax Ordinance-
Chapter 24 of th~e Consolidated Law~ns, 1934.
These are therefore to command you in His
Majesty's name to be and azppear on the r~th dEy
of March~, 1941, at ten .,'cloci ~in the fo~renoone at
the Police Court at Stann Creek before such
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answer to the said complaint
and to be father dealt with according to la.
Given under my hand and seal this 7th day of
D -cember in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty at Stann Creek in the
Colony aforesaid.


ED. L. YSACUIRRE,
District Comnmissiozer,
Stann Creek.


ED. L. YSAGUIRRE,
Distirct Commissiioner,
Stann Creek.


ED. L. YSAGUIRRE,
District Commzissioner,
Stann Creetk.


ED. ~L. YSAGUIRR
District Comm~issiont
Stann Creek.


E,
er,










26 BRITISH HTONDURAS GA~~ZE;TTE


No. 43.
SUMMARY OF MJETEOROLOCGICL OBSERVATIONS
During the month of December, I940.

BAROMETER STATION PRESSURE IN INCHES.
(At M.S.M. and Gravity of Latitude 17* 30') (Barometer cistern 17 ft. above Mean Sea Level)
Absolute Extrmes of Pressure)
Average Monthly Mean
Highest Date Lowest Date
29.9)5z 30.140 4th 29.5zo 26th
TIEMPERATURES IN THE SHAD--(F~ahrenheit Degrees).
Mean Daily Meas Daily Average Monthly Mean (Absolute Extremes of Temperaturec)
Maximum Minimum of Daily Maximum and
TFemperature Temperature Minimum Temperatures Highest Date Lowest Date

80.9 Sg 696 5. 86.o 3rd & 26th 58.o 29th

RELATIVE HUM`IDITY takenn from Wet and Dry Bulbs).
Average Monthly Mrean Highest Date Lowest Date

94% zouo% F7th, 20th &r 28th, 86% 25th

WIND MOVEMENTS IN MILES (Standard Anemometer above ground 45.7 ft).
Average Hourly Velocity Prevailing Direction Maximum Velocity and Direction Date

to m~p.h. N.W. 24 m~p.h. E. 12th
S.E. 25th
S.E. 29th

PRECIPITATION (in inches and hundredths).
Total Amont Greatest Amount in 24 consecutive hours Date

6.I8 I.44 12th

RALPH A. GILL, Meteorological Observer.


RAINFALL -BELIZE.
MONTH 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940

January 3.65 4.59 5.69 8.389 4.31 4.18
February 2.16 3.85 1.05 4.38 3.71 .22
March 3.20 1.47 3.95 0.35 1.9 .55
April 1.10 4.30 5.08 1.49 0.63 I-So
May 0.13 10.14 2.51 5.48 2.18 3.49
June 3.20 15,30 11.26 9.85 4.65 6.69
July 5.41 11.98 10.55 3.98 5.87 I4.72
August 7.21 6.56 6.41 10.77 5.95 5.69
September 5.09 12.83 10.69 12.13 10.76 19.68
October 24.27 14,37 8.29 12.08 6.08 28.76
November 8.21 23.90 4.87 8.52 1.27 9.68
December 2.28 2.51 5.08 3,31 7.24 6.I8
65.91 111.80 75.43 81.20 54.14

The mean annual rainfall in Belize for the years 1906 to 1939 was 81.88 inches. During this period the
highest recorded rainfall was 130.94 inches in 1911, and the lowest 42.36 inches in 1923.

By Command.
R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.

VI.P. ools.










BRITISI4 14NDURtASI GA-~ZE1TTE s


Schools int the Government ~Hospitak of:
Kinxgston, Jarsaita. B.W,L~,
Port-gf-Spjain, Trinidad;B.}V.(.,
Bridgeown, Barbadol, B.W.I.,
George~tow~n, British Cuiana;
also schools recognized by the Pharmlaceutical.
College of Canada.

By' Order.

R. L,~ CHEVERTON,
Senior Afledical O/h'rrer, Cia~irman,
DBoard of Exacminers of ( I chemists anzd
Druggsts.


No. 44.
Forest Office'
Wwliax, 35th Januaraay, 204~T.

CHICLE DEALERS' & CONTRACTORS'
LICENCES.

In accordance with reg~ulation r3 of the Chicle
Regulations 1936 the following particulars are
published for general information.

ContracterFst Iiteoeps exipiring SQ.,6.41.
Shedrac Betran Belize 53'r'940 -41 I
(Double. Run Es*tatc)
James Duhaney Be~lize 54/I940--41
(Smith & ~Evans Estaite)
The nauses of the estates in which the licenl-
sees are said to be operating are shown in brack-


By Order.

N. S$. STEVENSO`N,
Conservelor of Forests.


No. 4 5.
Eduzcationz (s)//u -'
Belize, 15tht Janu~ary, 941.

SCHOLARSHIPS AT EPSOMI COLLEGE,.

NOTICE i.- hereby given of the Densham
Scholarships tenable at Epsom College, Surrey,
Engl ur~l, by sons of men of British nationality
who, in the opinion of the Council of Epsom
College, have done meritorious service to the
British Empire, either within, or more especially
outside the UTnited Kingdom, and wvho are not
in a position to give their sons a Public Schorl
education, or have died before snaking provision
for such education.
Full particulars may be had on application
to the Director of Education.

By Order.

B, E. CARMLAN,
Director of Educartionl.


SYrwky DeParftspast,


No. 47.


Belize, 18th Janua~ry, 1445.

LAND APPLICATIONS.

APPLICATIONS in connection with CrownP
Irands are notified in the Goveanmspot Gazet~te for
the purrpose of giving say person an opportunity
of makinfig any representations to this office in
relation to any such application.
Gitch agpplcationj will be inserted is at least
three separate issues of the G~azcatf before they
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that
applicants must be prepared for this delay,
TPhe following aprplications are hereby notified.

By Order.

G. S, BUSBYI,
Acting Director of Suvreys.

----z---

Tg .0850.
**Oc:t. .0r, g1,94-E:NRIQUESl;~E THOMAS--
Stann Greek District, situate in the V~illage of
Seine Rigbht .. .. Lot No. 75i
*Dec. 2o, Ig40--GEORGE F:OSTE:R Toledo
District, situate in the town~n of Pulnta Gords,;
being lot formaerly held on lease by Cirince
PPetillo ... Lot No, 226
***D&c- 30, 1940--MURRKAY DIA~Z--tann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stenn
Creek . Lot No. 669
**Dec. 3I, Ig40--OUSTArVOUS~ PraNCSCO
--StaLna Creek rDistrict, situate in thetowvn of
Stann Creek, south side Lot No. 381
**Drc. 31, 1940--THE:ODORE CAL;IZ--
Stann Creek District, situate in the town of
Sta~nn Creek .. Lot No. 438
**Jan. 3, 94'- ROBERT M. SMITH--Stnnn
Creek District, situate on the sea coast at Com-
merce .Bight, North by a creek situate to the
south of the Village of N~ewtown, East by the
sea, South by the bar of Commerce Bight Lagoon,
West by Commerce Bight Lagoon. Including
the cay at the back in the lagoon; being the
northern portion of the coconut walk formerly
leased to applicant .. A parcel of
land
***Ja~n. 3, I941-CALrEB M. WALKPER--
Belize District, situate in the Village of Maskall,
Northern River .. .Lot No. 39


No. 46.


M,P. 0571-


Mte~dcal De~partment,
Belize, 18thz Janzuary, 194r.

PHARMACEUTICAL SCHOOLS RECOG-
NIZED BY BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.

Pursuant to the provisions of subsection I (b)
of section 3 of the Chemists aftd Druggists Ordi-
nance, 1939 (No. 17 of 19g39), it: is notified, for
general information, that the following phar-
maceutical schools are, for the time being, re-
cognized by the Board of Examiners of Chemists
and Druggists:-

















28 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


**Jana. 7, I94z--H-HROLD E. CATTO:SE~-
Belize District, situate on the north side of
Haulover Road in the town of Belize, North ry
Crown land, East by Crown land and the projp-
erty of the Belize football Loague, South by
Hanlover Road, West by Crown land; being
land formerly held on lease by Bennett Harvey
(deed.) .... .. .. 5 acres


To Purchase.

***Dec. 19, 1940--JUAN CARDENES Jr.
~Toledo District, situate on the left ascending
Rio Grande above Big Falls, North by.Crown
land,` East by the river, South by land applied
for by Clemente Caliz, West by land granted to
J. Payne; being the southern portion of 1::0
formerly held on lease by Cupertino Castro
15 acres
*Dec. 30, 1940-NE~IHEMIAH FLOWERS--
Belize District, situate on the right ascending
the Belize-Corozal Road near the 36 Mile Post,
North by land approved to Florentinlo Ch~ulin,
East by Crown land, South by Crowvn land, West
by Government Reserve and the Belize-Corozal
Road..... 11 acres
*Dec. 30, I40--JOHN MORR SON\-Belize
District, situate on the right ascending the Belize
-Corozal Road at 35) Miles, North by land ap
proved to Annette Smith, East by Crown land,
South by road reserve and Sant'Anna Reserve;
being a triangular parcelof land .10acres
*Dec. 30,I940--MELLIS JO3HN\SON---Belize
District, situate at about 37 Miles on the Belize-
Corozal Road, North by road reserve and land
occupied by Thomals Chan, East by the road,
South by Crown land, West by Crown~ land;
being land formerly granted to applicant
14a. 2r. 13p.
***Dec. 31, I190--CLARENCE NUNEZ--
Stann Creek District, situate in the Carib Re
serve; being blocks Nos. 188 and 190 formerly
lease & Henret FLue IN REI. 0. 3 2

District, situate at Grants Lands, North by
block No. 104, East by block Nfo. 65, South- by
blocks Nos. z33 and 134, West by block No. 6j3;
being block No. 64 formerly of Wilbert White
29a. 3r. 38p.
***Jan. 10, 1941--LAWREN'CE J. OPELL~
NER-Toledo District, situate on the left as-
cending Monkey River near Bamboo Creek (a)
North by road reserve and land granted to ~.
A. Winzerling, East by Crown land, South by
Crown land ,West by Crown land 15 acres
(b) North by road reserve and lands former-
ly granted to W. Algood and L. Penley, East by
Crown land, South by Crown land, West by
Crown land; being two portions of the lands
formerly granted to H. S. Carmichael 15 acres


For a IFree Crant.
]alz. 13, r941--SAMU~EL McFIE~LD--Belize
District, situate near the Belize-Corozal Road,
about three quarters of a mile west of Lucky
Strike Camp, North by a road leading to the
Rockstone Pond Settlement, East by land grant-
ed to A. T. Smith, South by Crown land, West
by Crown land; being land formerly granted to
Mrs. Muarie Forbes .. .. 20 acres



Cancellations-Leases.
M~R.P. S.G. 4Io-32--Archibald L~yons--Belize
District, situate at Cemetery Road. 3 acres.
At the request of the lessee.


C80Cellations-Location Tickets.
M.P. S.G. 250-36--WILHELMINA R. CADLE
--Belize District, situate on the Belize-Corozal
Road. 14 acres (Sections Nos. 28 and 32)
Por non-payment of the balance of the seventh
and the eighth instalments.
M.P. S.G. o884-CZIJVE DIAZ--Stann Creek
District, situate on the left ascending North
Stann Creek. 30 acres (block No. 23I). For
non-payment of the third instalment.
M.P. S.C. 1695--OSWALD WADE--Belize
District, situate in the Chichawate Area. 19
acres. For non-payment of the first instal-
mnte.




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GOVERNMENT



G~AZELTTE


BRITISH HON DU RAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


No. 5 BELIZE, 25th JAN~rUARY, 1941 Page 29


No. 48.


M.P. 0151.


A Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend the
Customs and Excise Duties Ordinance, 1935
(No. I of I935). MV.P. oo33.
A Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend ted
Cinematograph Ordinance--Chapter 64 of the
Consolidated LIaws, 1924--and to repeal the
Cinematograph (Amendment) Oramuance-, 1934
(No. 34 of 1934). ..06
(Published in Gazette dated 18th Januatry, 194I.)
a~- C -


Colonzial Secretary'S Office,
Belize, 22nd( Ja~nuary, 194I.

PUBLIC OFFICERS GUARANTEE FUNDI.

With reference to Notice No. 20 of the 6th
January, 194o, it. is hereby notified, for purposes
of record, that under the provisions of Chapter
50 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, His Excel-
lency the Governor has determined that the
amount of security of the under-mlentioned
officer shall be as follows:-


No. 50.


Belize, 25th~ JanuMary, 1941.


Education Department
Third Class Clerk .


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

The under-mentioned Statutory Rules and
Orders are published with this issue of the Gaaette
and form part thereof:--
No. 3 of 1941--The District Courts Pees
(Civil Procedure). 1V.P. 02828.
No. 4 of 1941--The Labour Law Fees.
M.P. 02828.
No. 5 of 1941--Thet District Courts Fees
(Criminal Procedure).
11.P. 02828.
No. 6 of 1941-The Trading: with the Enemy
(Specified Persons). (Amnendmnent No. 2) Order,
194I.
M.P. 026j43--
PTh. d7y t r9hl--Proclamatioan-Jeclariari
Public and Bank Holiday.
Af.P. 01348.

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonpial Secretaxry.


.... $500o.


N~o. 49.

Colonial .Seccrtary's Oqfice,
Belize, 25th2 Januarvy, 194L

BILLS TO BE PRESENTED TO THE
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

The under-mentioned Bills, the full Bext of
each of wh~lich? was published with the Gazette as
shown in parentheses, will be presented at a
forthcoming meetings to the Legislative Council
tndhntotifi ation i hrby yive rin, accordance

A Bill entitled an Ordinance relating to Trade
Unions. M.P. oz833-

SA Bill~entitled an Ordinance to amend the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance,
1938 (N~o. J2 of 1938). M.P. onzI6.











30 BRITISH HCQlgURAS GAZETTE


Ednucaionl Offlre,
Belize, 4th Janruay, 194x.

ROCK(STONE POND GOVERNMENT
SCHOOL.
Applications are invited for the post of Prin~
cipal, Rockstone Pond Govergtent School
(Grade D)!. First or Second Class Teac~her
Certificate essential. Salary $4ygy or $3$.oo
per month according to certificate. House
provided:
Applicants; shoald write, to the Director of
Education, Belize;j sai~ng ~thir qualifications
and experience and enclosmng origxuals of recent
testimonials, and must.be prepared to takeup ~
duty on the Ist June, 1941. No appication"
received after the 28th. Februalry,, 194, will be
considered.
B. E. CARMAN
Direct qfi Edurcation.


District Commissiosner's Of~fice,
Orange Walk, rath Janu2aryt, 1941.

LICENS-ING. MEETI~ING..
To the. Worshipful the J~ustices of their PeaCe
act i ngin and for t he Nor t hern D~i t rictas Zicen-
sing Mai\sitrates and to all others whom it may
concern:
TA~KF NPOTICEP that a Speltcial Licensing :
Mqe~gting, for the N~or~hthern D,is~tript~will be held
at Orang~e ~aUlka~~I1 o'crlocki inl the fore~noon o~n
Fridayv the 31st instant to take into considera-
tion the atpplication of EL;IODORO E, ESCAL-
ANT~E for a Publican's General Wliuor Licence
under. and by virtue of Cha3pter r26 of the Can1-
solidated Laws, 1924.

By Order.

E. O. B, BARROW,
District Commnissioner,
Xoidata- Ditrct *


BRITISHI HONDUJRAS, TO WIT:
Beitie ]Dis-trict.
To Betty Escalante, E'rne-to Escalante. and
Anitonrio Ozaeta, agents for Estate Fran~cisco,
Escalanlte of eil~ize.
WHEREAS ~omnplain~t hath this day been~
laid before the undersigned, one of His Ma~jesty's
Justices of the Peace In and for the said C~olony
of B3ritish Honduras, for that you Betty Escal-
ante, Ernesto Escalante and A~ntonio Ozaeta,
Agents for Estate Francisco Escalante b~eirg the
owners or owner of certain land to wit: 3,675
acres situate at D~ouble Run, Belize Rivler, and
within the jurisdiction of the Court did neglect
and do still neglect to pay~arrears of taxes on
such land other than iand i~n a town in the Belize
District: amoulnting to $15h.31 for the years
193fi/39 to I940/4I within the meaning of the
Land and Proper~ty Tax ODrdin~ancerChapter
24 of: the Consolidated Lawvs, 1924.
These are therefore to con~uand you in His
Majesty's name to be and affear ont the 3rst day
of January, 1941, at ten. o'clock~ in the. forewtoonz
at the Magistrate's Court at Belize before such
Justices of the Peatce for the said Colony~.as may
then be there to answer to the said.co~mpaint
and to be fulrther dealt with according to ldwir.
Given under my hannd and seal this 6th day
of Januryr~in the year of our Lord one thousa nd
nine hrtndred( and forty-one at Belize in thet
Colony aforesaid.


BRI'TISH j:IQJSDURAS, TO WIT:
Jitie District.
To PSA!L~ B3EN'JAMRIN MERRITT
of- Heiaie. :
W~HERE~.-.S complaint hath this; day been
laid b~efore the undel signed, one of His Majesty's
!lustices of the-Re~ale in and for the said Colony
c.i British Hundgramln, for that you Paul Ben-
jamlin Merritt l~ieng the owners or owner of cer-
tairnland to nit: 20,000.acres.situate a.t Sibun
River and writhrin the jurisdiction of 'the Court
did neglect and do still neglect to pay ar ears of
taxes on such land other than land in~a itown in
the Relize District amlounting to $1I,38io.co for
the earis 937138, 19i3/39. 1939/40 and 1940/41I
w~itl~in the meaning of the L~and and Property
Tax O~rdinanc~e--C~hapter '24 of the Consolidated
ILaws, 1924.
These are- therefo-de to command you in His
MaPjestyr's namae~t 1dl'read affea~r on there 31st day
of January, Iq41, at ten o'clock in the forenoonz
at; the Magistrat~e's Court at Belize before Msich
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answec7r to the said. cmpaint~
and to be~furtherdealt with according to lawv.
Given under my hiand and seal this 6th day~
of January in the year of our L~ord one thousand
nine. hundred and forty-one at Belize in the;
ColonyV aforesaid,


W. li. COU~RTENAY,'~'iI
M gstrate, RBlize.


N o. 51-


.Surrey Depiartmtsent '


Belize, 25th JanuaMry, 1941.

SALE OF LEASE IN STANN GRJEEK
DISTRICT.
Op, Saturday the 15th Rebruary, 1941, at ten
o'clock in the forenoonl there w~ill be offered for
sale by public auction at the Court House at
Stann Creek. the lease of the Southern portion
of the cocal situate along the seashore of Com'
meire~ Bight Rstaste and extendting from thel
entrance to Freshwvater and Commerce Bight
Lagoons Sou~thwards to the boundary betwcfieen
Crownu Land and land of .W. A. Raber, Eisqluire,

Plaris may be seen and further particularly
obtained af thle offices of the Director of Sur\eys
and the D~istrict Comm-issioner.

By Ord'er.

G. S. BUSBY,
Acting Director of 'Surveyrs.


A~lazistrate, Belize.









1-R'ITISH ~HONDURAS GAKETE'TE~ g


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

Stann Creek District.

TO MORITZ HOFFMAN.

WHKEREAS complaint hath this day been
aid before the undersigned, one of His Mlajesty's
Justices pf the Peace in and for the said Colony.
of British Honduras, for that you 1Moritz Hoff- I
mtan beingi the owners or ownler of certain !land
to wit: roo acres situate at Stann CreekValley
and within the jurisdiction of the Court did
neglect and do still neglect to pay arrearls of
taxes on such land other than land in a town in
the LStann Creek District amounting to $25.oo
within the! meaning of ;he Land and Property
Tax Ordinanlce--Ch;apter 24 of the Consolidated
Lan\s, 1924.

These are therefore to command you in His
Mlajesty' s name to be and ap hear on the 18th day
ofM~arvch, 1941. at te~n o'clofinr the forenoon at
the Police Court at Stann Creek before such
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answer to the said comlplaint
and to be further dealt with according to law.


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

Stann Creek Di trict.

TO JA4NE LODCIE.

11'HEREAS.i complaint hath this day been
laid before the under signed, one o'f His Ma~jest~fy's
Justices of the Peace in and for t he saidl Colony
of British Honduras, for that you;Jane Lodge
being the owners or owner of certain land to wit:
169 acres situate at Seine Bighzt and within the
jurisdiction of the Court did neglect and do sill
neglect to pay arrears of taxes oni such laild
other than land in a town in the Stant Creek
District amounting to $P6.62 within the meaning
of the Land and Property Tax Ordinance--
Chapter 24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.

These are therefore to command you in His
Slajesty's name to be anzd af pear ont the 18th day
of March, 19)4I, at ten o'clock in the forentoonz.at
the Police Court at Stann Creek before such
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answer to the said complaint
and to be further dealt with according to law.

Given under my hand and seal this 7th day of
December in the year of our Lord one thiou and
nine hundred and forty at Stann Creek 11< the
Colony alimean~id.

ED. L. YST.\C l lRRE,
District Commtissionezr,
Stann Creek.


BRITISH HONcDU.RAS, TO WIT:

Stann Creek District.

TIO F. M.MAXWEL.

W~HEREAS complaint hath this day ~beenl
laid before the unders~igned, one, of His Majestyt's
Ju-tices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that you F. ~M. 1Vfa~xwell
being the owners or owner of certain land to
wit: Ioo acres situate at Lamb Creek, Mul~ins
River and within the jurisdiction of the Court:
did neglect and do still neglect to pay strears
of taxes on such land other than land in a btown
in the Stann Creek District armounting to $7.50
within the meaning of the Land and Prop-r~ty
Tax Ordinance--Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924.

SThese are therefore to commnaiid you in His
Majesty's narne to be antd af fear o~n thze 18th day
of Marchz, I941 at ten o'clocki int the forenoon at
the Police Court at Stann. Creek before such
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answer to the said complaint;
and to be further dealt with according to la#.


.BRITISH HOND~IU'RAS, TO WITI:

Stann Creek D~istrict.

TO~ 8S. O. BRONE

WHERA~SS complaint hath this day been
laid before the undersigned, one of His MIajesty's
Justices of the~ Peace in anid for the said Cololy
of Briti,;h Honduras, for that you S. O. Br~owne
being the owners or owner of certain land to wit:
Ioo acres situate at B~ig Creek and within -the
jurisdiction of the Court did neglect and do still
nelec~t to pay arrears of taxes on such land
other than land in a town inr the Stann Creek
District amountinlg to $$.oo within the meaning
.of the Land and Property Tax Ordinance-
Chapter 24 of the Consolidated ~Laws, 1)34.

These are therefore to commland you in His
Majesty's name to be andi af ear on the 18the day
of March, 1941l, at ten .,cloci in the fore~cno*n, at
the Police Court at tstnal Creek before such
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answer to Lhe said complal~int
and to be further dealt with according to law,

Given under my hand and seal this 7th day of
December in the year of ouir Lord one thousand
nine hundred and fortyi at Stann Creek in th~e
Colony aforesaid.


ED. L~. YSAOUIRRE,
District Commnissiozer,
Stann Creek.


Given under my hand and seal this yth day of Given (inter my har~nd and seal this 7th day of
December in the year of our Lord onle thousand Decemnber in the year of our Lord one thousanld
nine hundred and forty at Stlnu Creek in the I'nine hundred and forty at Stann Creek in the
Colony aforesaid. Colony aforesaid.

ED. L. YS~AGUIRRE, ED. L;. Y$AGUIRRE,
District Commvrissioner, Dle~Iistrict Commissioner,
Stann Creek. Stann Creek.











32 .; BRITISH HONDURAS IGAZETITE


No. 54-

BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:
Toledo District.

BE it remembered that on the 5ith day of
August, 1940, complaint was made before E. O.
B. Barrow, Esquire, District Commissioner,
Toledo, and one of His Majesty's Justices of the
Peace in and for the said Colony of British Hon-
duras, for that: GL%~. SHAW being the owner of
certain land to wit: 8,329 acres situate at Hope
Creek in the Toledo District and within the
jurisdiction of the court did neglect and do still


. I


No. 52.

BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:
Toledo District.

BE it remembered that on the 5th day of
August, 1940,complaint was made before E.O.B.
Barrow, Esquire, District Commissioner, Toledo,
and one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace
in and for the said Colony of British Honduras,
for that the BRITISH HONDURAS DEVE~-
OPM4ENT COMPANY being the owners of cer-
tain land, to wit, 18,513 acres situate at Sarstoon
River, and within the jurisdiction of the Court
did neglect and do still neglect to pay arrearsof
taxes on such land other than land in a town in
the Toledo District amounting to Z;~I., n for
the years 1939/40 and 1940/41, within the mean-
ing of the L~and and Property Tax Ordinance-
Chapter 24 0.f the Consolidatred L~aws, I924; and
now at this day, to writ, on the 13th day of Jan-
nary, 1941, at Punta Gorda the parties aforesaid
appear before me the undersigned District Com-
missioner but the said BRITISH HONDUR.AS
DEVELOPMENT COMPANY although duly
called doth not appear by themselves, their
Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now satisfactorily
proved on oath, that the said British Honduras
Development Company have been duly served
with the summons on this behalf by three con-
secutive publications; in the Gazette dated zIst
December, I940, 28th December, 1940, and 4~th
January, 1941, 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 comlplaint and to be
further dealt with according to law; and now
having heard the matter of the said complaint,
I do adljudge the said British H ndr asur~ Develop
ment Co mpany to pay to the said Clerk of Court
the sum of -43:I... forthwith on or before the
31st March, 1941, next, and also to pay to the
said Clerk of Court the sum of two dollars for
his costs in this behalf; and if the several sums
be not paid on or before the 31st March, 194", I
hereby order that the same be levied by distress
land sale of the goods and chattels of the said
BRITISH HONDURAS DEVELOPMENT
COMPANYT unless the said several sums, and
all costs and charges of the said distress shall
be sooner paid.
Given under my hand and seal, this 13th day
of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Punta Gorda in
the Colony aforesaid.


duras, for that the BRITISH HONDUIRAS
COMPANY being the owners of certain land, to
wit: 46,0I4 acres. situate between Moho River
and Rio Grande, and within the jurisdiction 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 Toledo District amounting to
$1685.70 for the year 1940/4I within the meaning
of the Land and Property Tax Ordinance--
Chapter 24 o~f the Consolidated LIaws, 1924; and
now at this day, to wit, on the 13th January,
194' at Punta Gorda the parties aforesaid appear
before me the undersigned District Commission-
er but the said British Honduras Company al-
though duly called doth not appear by them-
selves, their Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now
satisfactorily proved on oath, that the said
British Honduras Company have been duly
served with the summons in this behalf by three
consecutive publications in the Gazette dated.
21st December, '940, 28th December, 1940, and
4th January Ig41, 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 British Honduras Com-
pany to pay to the Clerk of the Court the sum of
$E685.70 on or before the 31st March, 1941, next,
and also to pay to the said Clerk of the Court
the sum of two dollars for his costs in this be-
half; and if the several sums be not paid on or
before the 21st March, 1941, I hereby order that
the same be levied by distress and sale of the
goods and chattels of the said British Honduras
Company unless the said several sums, and all
costs and charges of the said distress shall be
sooner paid.
Given under my hand and seal, this I3th day
of January in the year of our ~lord one thous-
and nine hundred and forty-one at Punta Cords
in the Colony aforesaid.


H. S. RASSIM,
Acting~ District Commissionrer,
Toledo.


L.S


H. S. RASSIM,
Actingz District Commissioner
Toledo. '


L.S


No. 53-


neglect to pay arrears of taxes on such land
BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT: other than land in a town in the Toledo Distirct
amounting to 2t 24 I 3 within the meaning of the
Toledo District. of the Land and Property Tax Ordinance--
Chapter 24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924; and
BE it remembered that on the 5th day of now at this day, to wit, on the 13th day of Jan-
August, =940, complaint was made before E. O. nary, 19)4I, at Punta Gorda the parties aforesaid
B. B urow\, Esquire, District Commissioner, appeasr before me the undersigned District Com-
Teled~.. andl one of His Majesty's Jixstices of the' mis-io~nrr but the said G. L. Shaw although
Pace in and~ for the said Colony of British Hon- duly called doth not appear by himself, his












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No. 56.

BRITISH HONDU~RAS, TO WIT:
SToledo District.

BE it; remembered that on the 5th day of
August, 19,40, complaint was made before E. O
B. Barrow, Esquire, District Commissioner,
Toledo, and one of His Majesty's Justices of the
Peace in and for the said Colony of British Hon-
duras,, for that ALEBERT~PRICE being the own-
er of certain land to wit: 20 acres situate at
Punta Gorda-San Antonio Road and within the
jurisdiction 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 Toledo District
amounting to fo.3o 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 I3th day of January,Ig941,
at Punta Gorda the party aforesaid appear
before me the under;;igned District Commission-
er but the said Albert Price although duly called.
doth not appear by himself, his Counsel, or
Attorney, and it iJ now satisfactorily proved on.
oath, that the said Albert Price has been duly
served with the summons in this behalf by three
consecutive publications inl the Gau~tte dated
21st December, 1940, 28th, Decenter, myo0,and
4thl January, 1941l, which required h;im to be
itnd appear here at this day befoJre such Justic~es
of the Peace f or the said Colony as should now
be hete to answYer the said icomplaint and to be
further dealt with according to law; and now
having heard the matter of the said complaint,
I do ad judgae the said Albert Price to pay to the
Clerk o'f the Court the sum of $o.3oe nor before
the 31s~t Mlarch, r943, next, and also to pay to
the said Chlrk of the Court the sum of two dol-
lars for his costs in this behalf; and if the several
sums be not paid on or before the 31st March,
I941, I hereby order that the same be leviedby
distress and sale: of the goods and chattels of the
said Alb~ert Price and in default of sufficient
distress in that behalf I adjudge the said Albert
Price unless the said several sums, and all costs
andi charges of the said distress shall be sooner
paid,
Civ-en under my hand and seal, this I3th day
of January in the year of o~ur Lord One thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Punta. Gorda in
the Colony aforesaid.
H. 8, RA4SSIM,

Acting~ District Comm~issioner, L.S.
Toledo.


Sr33


I hereby order that the same be levied by dis-
tress and sale of the goods and chattels of the
said`Frank H.1ylock and in default of sufficient
distress in that behalf I adjudge the said F'ranlk
Haylock itallkss thle said several sums,
and all costs and charges of the shid distress
shall be sooner paid,
Given under my hand and seal, this r;3th day
of January in the year of our ~Lord one thousand
nine hundiredc and forty-one at Punita Corda in
the Colony gfor~esaid.

H. S. RASSIM,


Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now satisfactorily
provedt on oath, thalt the said G. L. Shaw has
been duly served wvith the sumynons in this be-
half by three consecutive publications in the
Ga~zette dated iast December, 1940, 28thi Decem-
ber, I1940 anld 4th January, 1941I, 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 G. L. Shaw to
pay to the Clerk of the Court the suml of $I.! 1 3
on, or before the 31st March, 1941, next, and also
to pay to the said Clerk of the Court the sum of
two dollars for his costs in this behalf; and if
the several sums be not paid on or before the
31st March, 1941, I hereby order that thesame
be levied by distress and sale of the goods and
chattels of the said G. L. Shaw unless the said
several sums, and all costs and charges of the
said distress shall be sooner paid.
Given under my hand and seal, this 13th day
of January in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Punta Gorda in
the Colony aforesaid"

H. S. RASSIM,
Acting District Comm~nissioner,~o~n SI~r LS




No. 55.

BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:
Tioledo District.

BE it rcememberred~ that on the 5th day of
August, 1940, complaint was made before E. O.
B. Barrowy, Esquire, District Commissioner,
Tol:.-lo and one of His Majesty's Justices of the
Peace in and for the said Colony of British Hon-
duras, for that FRANK HAY~LOCK being the
owner of certain land to wit: "/5 acres situate at
Deep Rfver Bluff and w\ithIino the jurisdiction ojf
the Court did neglect and do still neglect to pay
arrears of taxes on such land other than land in
a town in the Toledo District amounting to $1.12
within the meaning of the Land and Property
Tax Ordinance--Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
Laws, Igj24; and now at this day, to wit, on the
13th day of January, 194qr, at Punta G~orda the
party aforesaid appear before me the under-
signed District Commissioner but the said Frank
Haylock although duly called doth not appear
by himself, his Counsel, or Attorney, and it is
now satisfactorily proved on oath, that the said
Frank Haylock has been duly served with the
summons in this behah~l by three consecutive
publications in the Gazette dated 21st December,
194io, 2Sth December, 1940, and 4th January,
1941,. 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 Frank Haylock to pay to the Clerk of the
Court the sum of $1.12 on or before the 31st
March, 1941r, next, and also to pay to the said
Clerk of the Court the sum of two dollars for
his costs in this behlalf; and if the several stums
be not paid on or before the 31st March, 194r,


Acting District Commnissioner,
Toledo *


L.S.


BRI~TISH HONDURAS !FgAZEIT












__ __ ____ ____~r__lllCI_____I---~__


Rio G~rnue above'Big Palls, North by Groown~
land, East by the river, Soulth Iby 'landl app~ie-d
for by C3lement~e Caliz Wst @yi land garane' to
J. Payne; behigthre Iouthe~rn portion of land
formerly hel~d o~n lease b~y -Cutperti~no Castro
.15 acres
**Dec. 3I, P940--CLYRENCE `NUNEIZ--
Stann Creek District, situate in- the Carb ~Re-
serve; being bilocks Nos. 188 and ago formerly
leased'2 to Hnrietta NuneZ~ .. '10a. 0r. 32p.
Ja7. 7, r41I--FERMINN REINO-Cdoresal
District, situate at Grants L~andls, Nor~rthl by
bjlock No. 104, East by block No. 65, S-outh ty
Blocks Nos. 1; II1a nd4134 Wes~t by block No. 63;
be-ing block 1 o. 64 formerly of 'Wilbert White
29a.'3r.'8p.
**Jan. ro, 19)41--LAWRVE NCE: J. G-PELL-
NZER-Troledo District, situate on the left as-
Icending Monkey River near Bambonl Creek (a)
North by road reserve and land granted to MI.
'A. Winzerling, East by Crowin land, Sout~h by
Crown land ,West by Crown land 15 acres
(b) North by road reserve and lands former-
ly granted to W. Algood and L. Penley, East by
Crown land, South by Crown land, West by
Crown land; being two portions of the lands
formerly granted to H. S. Carmichae1 15 acres
***Jan. Is, r94'--E;THEL LEE-BEelize D~is-
trict, situate at Western L~agoon, M~anatee, near
Coconut Point, North by Western Lagoon, East
by Crown land, Southt by Crown land, West by
Crown land .. .. 20 acres
***Janl. 18, 1941--JAMES GIBSON---Belize
District, situate on the right ascendin~g M~anatee
River, North by Crown land, East by land ap-
proved to James Bailey, South by the river,
West by Crown land (caves); being a portion of
land formerly approved to Shedr-ach W~\ilh~runs
... 10 acres
**~Jan. 21, 194I--JOSEPH A. YTOUNG--
Belize District, situate on the left ascending the
Belize-Coroz~al Road, at the Io Miles post, North
by G~ro; n land (ine u r ida e'lEast by Crown land
(pilne ridge), South by thie roadr, West by Crown
butd (apine ridge) 194 .. T HALSS5 aag

Belize District, si~tulate rl:uth of Santana Re-
serve on the old road from' Belize to Corosal,
Northl by lands approved to W. J. Burrke and _J.
Bayliss, East by lanrd approved to O. H. Wright,
tSouth by the ro~ad,~ West by Crown land; being
land formerly approved to N. HEanson and Lena
Fserguson ... .. 19. 1.




F07 a; F~ee Grant.

Doci. 3, 1940-J-. ULTAN MONTERO-Cayo Dis-
tjt silar on thd r ht asch ndi the ien ec

East by block No. 57yg, Soulthl by block No. 58 -
West by block No. 57*7A; being block No. 598
36 aces
Dec. 31r r940-FELTTCIANO INrO--Stann
Creek Distris.t, ~sitat~e in the Carib Reserve,
being blocks Nos. 410 andtz 42 .. 19ares
Jan. l4, I(q41.-CELSO CANO-Cavo;y District,
situate~ about 1% ntiless east of Baenqle VC~iejo
t~own, Nor~th by b~locks Ns. 17a and 173, East
by the eastenti portion of black No~. 700, SouEth
by thesouthe~lprtporto of block No. 700; West
bybblockNo.Sloo .. .. .. 20aL scres
Jes~2. 21 Ig47I--THE CeORPORAT BODYP
OF THE ROMAN CATHOI~ CHURCH IN
BRITISH HONDURAS--Belize District, situ-


:.Bafize, 25th Jlanuary, 48941.

a;AND b AiPPL ICATIIO t.

APPLICATIONS in connection with C~o~wn
Lands are notified in the Goavelrasent Gzerett for
the ujrpose'ofgiving any peso an opportunity
of making any representations to -ths office in
relation to any such application.
Such applications will be inserted in at least
three separate ~isines of the Gazette before they
wvill be dealt with by the Governor, so that
applicants must be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order '

G. S. BUISBY,
Acting Director of Surveys.



To Leas~e.

*Oct. 28E, rg~ao-T:NR IQUSF. THOMA4S
Stann Creek District, situate in the V'illage of
Seine Bight .. ... Lot No. 75
**Dec. 30, I194--MURRAY DIAZ---tann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann
Creek .. Lot No. 669
*Dc- 31, I .o--OUS~TAVUS FRAN1CISCO
--Stann Creek District, situate in the town of
Stann~ Creek, south sidle Lot `No. 381
*Doc(. 31, Ig40o-THEODORE CA~LIZ_
Stann Creek District, situate in the town of
Stann Creek L.. Iot No. 438
*Jan. 3 194 -- ROB iF ERT M. SMc;ITH--Stann
Creek Distri'ct, situate on the sea coast at Cos-
merce Bipht, North by a creek situate to the
south of the Viillage of Niewtowvn, East by the
sea, South by the bar of Comnuerce Sight Lagoon,
West by Commerce Bight Lagoon. Including !
the cay at the back in the lagoon; being the
northern portion of the coconut walk formerly
leased! to applicant ..A parcel of
Iand
**Jann. 3, 1941 CALEBE~ M. WALKER-
Belize District, situate in the Village of Maskall,
Northern River .Lot No. 39
*Jan. 7, 1941--HAROLD E. CATTOUSE~-
'Relize District, situate on the north side of
Rattover Roa~d in the town of Belize, N'orth by
Crown land, E~ast by Crown land and the prop-
erty of the Relize Football Le~ague, Solith by
TE~aulover Road, We~st by Crowin land; -being
land formerly held on lease by Bennett Harvey ~

* na. 7, I941--ROSAL14I C. de COR0
.tayo Dis-trict, sitt-ate int the towvn of Beenque
iejo .. ... Lot No. 84A.


TO PurChaSO '


Toledo D~istrict, situlate on the left ascending
Monkey River, North by Crowrn hand, East by
Crown landi, South by Crown land, West by
Crown land; beingbbek d;No?. formerly granted
td.H.;S. Carmichael .... .. 20 acres
"**Dec. 19, I94o--JUAN CARDENES Jr.-
Toledo District, situate on the left ascending


Ne* 57-


5'# ##"Defaintaki, l;~'t


IliRtiSM -HONbDURAN ttA'ZE~~tTE














BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 35


ate in the Village of Sarteneja at the corner of
Hopkins Street anrd Santa Ros~a Street, North
by a lot the proplertly of Tirso A~ragon and lots
leased by B. Rodriguez, A Muznoz and A. Munoz,
East by a lot leased by J. Mendezs, South by
Santa Rosa Street. West by a lot the property
of Tirso Aratgon and by Hop~in~s Street .3 lots


Cancellations-Leases.

M.P. S.O. 308-34--SEPTIMUS WRIC~HT_
IStann Creeki District, sir uate? in the T~en Acre
Holdin~gs. 10 acres (block No. 94). At the
request of the lessee.
Md.P. S.G. o848)-ALFONSO CASTELLA~SNOS--
Cavo District, situate on the road from Benque
Viejo to Arenal. 6 acres. F~or non-payment
of renlt.


GaRCellations-Location Tickets.

M.P. S.G. o279--JAMES~t BONDSWEL~--
Toledo District, situate on the right ascending
Temash River. 10 acres. At the request of
the Settler.


No. 58.
Educationt Office,
Belize, 22nd January, 1941.

TEACHERS' & PUPIL TEACHERS'
EXAMINATIONS, 1941.

It is hereby notified for general information
that the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Exam-
inztions, 194r, wvillbe held on Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday, the 6th, 7th and 8th May
1or941'at Belize, also at Cayo, Corozal and Punta
places.
2. Applications for entry must be made on
form 5 for the Teachers' Examinations and form
6 for the Pupil Teachers' Examinations,and
must reach the Educatio~n Office not later than the
3Ist March, 194T. As after this date no entry
w~ill be received, inltendingb candidates should
send in their entries, duly completed and signed,
as early as possible so as to allow for possible
delay in the mail,
3. Pupil teachers and their principals are re-
minded that failure by a pupil teacher to take
the examination involves his or her dismissal.
4. Principal teachers are further reminded
that no pupil teacher can be engaged wrho ha's
not passed at least the First Year Pupil
Teach-ers' Examination.

By Order.

B. E. CAYMAN,
Director of Edumcation.


PERSONS liable to pay Income Tax are re-
minded that they are required to file returns of
their incomes in respect of the year ending 31st
December, 1940, on or before~the 31st March,
I941.

2. Returns by employers of salaries, etc.,
should be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch
(Treasury) not later than the: 31st March, 1941.

3. In the case of any person carrying on busi-
ness, a certified copy of the Profit & Loss Ac-
count and Balance Sheet should accompany
the return.

4. All1 returns, etc., should be sent under
Confidential Cover to the Income Tax Branch
(Treasury), Belize, or to the D~istrict Commnis-
sioner in an out-district, from whom the neces-
sary forms can be obtained on application.

5. Failure to file Returns within the time
prescribed by law will render taxpayers liable
to prosecution without further warning.

By Order.

R. E. TURNBULL,,
Income Taxr Coimmissioner.






GAZ ETTE

Subscription Rates.
'The -Gazette will be supplied to sub-
scribers at the rate of S4.00 for the
calendar year, payable in advance,
all subscriptions expiring on 31st De-
cember.

Single copies will be sold at 15 cents
each.

Rates for Non-Official Notices.

First insertion, 50 cents per inch,
single columns.

Second and every subsequent inser-
tion of the same notice, 25 cents per
inch, single column.


N~o. 59.


The Treasurcy
Belize, 25th Jahtnury, 1941.

NOTICE .
INCOME TAX.







































No. 6 BELIZE, 1st FEBRUARY, 1941 Page 37


No. 60.


No. 8 of. 1941-The
Regulations, 1941.


Defence (Amendment)
E -- .P. oz972.


Colonial .Secretary's O{~i'ce,
Belize, Ist Febnruay, 1941.

BILLS TO BE PRESENTED TO TH-E
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

The under-mentioned Bills, the full text of
each of which was published with the Gazette as
shown in. parentheses, will be presented at a
forthcoming meeting to the Legislative Council
and notification is hereby given in accordance
with the Standing Rules and Orders:-

A Bill entitled an Ordinance re~latiite to, Trade
Uni.ons, ,,a )

A Bill. entitled an Ordinance. to amend the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance,
1938 (N~o. 32 of 1938). M.P. ozri6.
A Bill entitled an Ordinance~ to amend the
Customs and Excise Duties Ordinance, 1935
(No. I of 1935). M.P. oo33.
A Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend the
Cinematograph' Ordinance--Chapter 64 of the
Consolidated Laws, 1924--and to repeal the
Cinematograph (Amendment) Ordillancer, 1934
(No. 34 of r934). Mi.P. 0686.
(Publishied in Gazette dated 18th January, f94I)


No. 9 'of 194i--Proclamation Pruraging~~1
the Legislative 'Council. pr
M.P. orol4.

No. To of 1941--Proclamition Ordering. the
holding~ of a Session, of the Legislative Counlcil.
1\.P. 01614-


No. 62.


Belize, Ist Feb1ruary, 19411


C- --- BILLS PUBLISHED D

The under-mentioned Bills, which are to "be
submitted to the ~Legislative Council, are pub-
lished for generate inforniation with th]is js ne of
the Gazette and form part thereof:--

A B'ill entitled an Ordinance to amend tl#i
Summary P -rocedu~re: Ordinance--Chapter 178
of the Consolidated Law~s,.1924. M.P. orb69g.

A Bill entitled an Ordinance to an nd the
Defence Force Ordinance, 1928 .(No_. 19 of 1928).
M.P. 0955-
A Bill entitled an Ordinance to provide for
the Payment of Compensation to Workmen for
Injuries suffered in the course of their Employ-
ment. M.P. .02727.

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
colonial Secretary.


No. 61.


Behze, Ist February, 194I.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

The under-mentioned Statutory Rules and
Orders are published with this issueof the Gazette
and ~form part thereof:-


GO VIERNMEYT


GAZETTE


BRITISH HONDURAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY,









383 BRITISH HOND)URAS GAZETTE


Belizeu 5th~ January, I1941.

SALif OF LEASE IN ST."N-N OREZK
DISTRICT.
On:S1turday tht rath I:eblrn~.u, E941, at'ten
o'clock in the forenoon there wrill be o~ffer\d for
sale by public auction at the C`ourt H~ouse at
Stann Creek the lease of the Southern portion
of the colcal situa~tte along1 the seashore of Comn-
It-xce Bighlt IEstate andc e~;t-ding froot p.t.-he
eltfancer tio F~re-lrwte~r and ,onunerLee Bight
Lagoons Southwards to the boundary between
C'rows L~and! and landl of W. A. Rabher, Ersquire,

Plan~~may` be seen alid further particulars
obtainejd'at the offices of the D~irector of Surveys
and the D~istrict Commissioner.

W B Order,

G. S. Bl)SBY,
Ad!ing Directo~r of Survys.


No. 63.

BRRITlItH HONDI.:R-AS, 7941.

In the Supreme Court--Probate Side.

Ge(;neral Rtegistry,
Ed,i:,-, 24thc Janutary, I1941. j

In ~the Goods of 31.1TTHEH' G.ILBER'
NI';i~HONY' (ARG~IL late of f~lowers'Ban k
Belize River, School Teacher, deceased.
AppliCation for L~ettern jf A~dmtstirnistrati in
;the abw,\e Fltate h~ls be~tamadet by Tane i a B.n
+Pth C~neill- bf FlOwers Banrk. Ai~telze:R \rh r-

The next of kin in particular, and all person
in ge~neral, are herreby citedl to:'showv cause on or
before M~onday the 17th day of February, rl-1' -
why sutch letters should not be gran~tedi to the
said Jane ;ElizratiPth Canrgll.
\A. O. LO:NOS\l'OR TH,
Regpistrarr General.


BRITISH HONDUJRAS, TO! WIT:
Deili~t District.
T'Io Betty Escaalante, Ernestc- Escalaz:4e and
Alin~tonio ~Ozaeta;ane nt~sdo or Etate. Tran rcisco
iE calanlte of B:elize.
WHIEREAS complainlt hath this ~day been
Said~before the undersigned, one of is ~ajesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Collon\
of British Hondluras, for that you Betty Escal~-
ate Ernesto Escalante and Antonio Ozaeta,
SAgelts for ESstate Francisco Esealarte:E airg ~te
ownaers or owner of ceretairi tarid- to wi~t: 3;675
acres situate-at D~ouble-!E~nn, Bel~ize Riverr,an~d
within the jurisdiction of the Court did neglect
land do still~neglctc~ to p'ay assess citaxss on
such land olt he~r tha~n la nid in a tonpix.tlhe Bilizee
District amollunting to Brr,-3I feor the years
193**/39 to 104~o!-1 -within the mneaning of thle
LCand and Property- Tax OYrdina nce-- Chiapter
484 of the Consolidated La-s, 1924.
'lthese are the~refolre to comtman d y~ou. in H~is
Ma:jes~ty's-ame to be and affearr onr ther 35stday
of Tanua~ry, Zj)41, at ten o'clock in thce forenaoon
at the .11agistrate's Court at ~Relize before such
Justices of the Peace for thle said Colony as may
then be there to answer to the said coiplaint
and to be further dealt w~ith according tolaw.
Gi~ven under mrry~ handn ad seal this 6th day
of January in the year of our Locrd one thousand
nin~e hundir~ed~an ~ f~ty-cane a~t Bel~ri .e in "t he
Colour aforesaid.


BRITISH~ HO-NTDUR A~S, TO WITP:
Beiliize Districtc.
To PAUL'I BENh~JAMIIN MERlIRITT
of Beliz~e.


Education Offi~rc,
Belize, 4th J,!nuao*r~, Ig.)1.
ROCKSTONE POND GOVERN.11ENT
SCHOOL.


Applications are invited for the post of Priin WH En T~1 '. comprlaint hath this day been
cipal, Rockstone Pond Government Sch~ool laid before the ornden signed.~l one of His Majesty's
(' tr.-le D)!. First or Secoind c'l.! Teacher's Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
Certif~icate essential. Sala~ry 13 7 or 535.oo of1 Eciritih Honduras, for that you Paul B~en-
p~r months according to certfii~cdte. House jamnin Merritt b~eing thle owners or owner of cer-
provide~d. tainland to w~it: sa,soo,rces siathe at Sibun
Applicas~ts -!Ih..aubl write Ito the D~irector of I!:i\ er and within the jourisdjet~ic on of t he Court
Eleavw s~,i IlA Ie. ;1 itine~ th~ei~r uII.Il'i<.ationsi s'lidl neglet~ and do st ill neglerCt topay:arrears of
and experience and enclosing originals of recent taxes on such land other than land in a to-wn in
testimonials,land must be prepared to tak-e up the Belize District amlounting to $1,380o.co for
duty\ on the Ist Amez~, 14-5* ai tonteyas 9,78 13 .,. 0-nan 904
received after the 28th Feblrouy,\ 19.11. \wll hie withini the meaning of the Land and Property
considere-d. Tlax O:rdinanlce---- Chapter~: 24 of the c."onsolirilatedl
B. E CARLIN, Laws, 1924.


Director of Education.


These are therefo-re to command you in His
Mlbjesty s namie~ to"e and alffear on thze 31st day
of January, Iq41, at ten o'clock int the forenoonz
at the Malg~itrate's Court at Belize before such
Justices of the Feace for the said Colony as mayr
then be there to answer; to. thte- said compyrlaint
and to be further dealt with according~ to. law.
rGiven ulndcr my hand anld sel thiis cth day
of January in the year of our L~ord one thousand
nine hundred anld forty-one at Belize~in-t~e
Colony aforesaid.


TVI. H. COU:RTENAY,,
.11ag~istrate, Belize.


W~i. 'H. COU,8RTENAY,
Alnagstrante, Rirlir,.


1QB











BRITISH, HOND.R'A i~S- AZ5TE


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

Stann Creek District.

TO MORITZ HOFFMAN.

WHEREAlS complaint hath this day been
laid before the undersigned, one of His Majesty's
Justices of the'P~eacet inl and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that you M~oritz Hoff-
moan being the owners or ownler of certain land
to wit: t00 acres situate at; Stann Creek Valley
and within the jurisdiction of the Court did
neglect and do still neglect to pay' arrears of
taxes on such land other than land in a townU in
the Stannr Creek District amounting to $25.oo
within the meaning oF the Land and Property
Trax Ordi.nance--Chap~ter 24 of the Consolidated
Laus, 1924.

These are therefore to command you in His
Majest~y's name to be a~nd af fear on the 18th daY
of Marchz~ 941. at tenz q'clock in the fore~noon at
the Police Court at Stann Creek before such
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answer to the said complaint
and to be further dea~lt with according to law.

Given under my hand and seal this 7th day of
December in the year of our Lord one iho~u~sand
nine hundred and forty at Stann Creek in the
Colony aforesaid.

ED. L. YSAGUIRRE,
District Comnmissi'oner,
Stann Creek.


BRITISH HOND7IURAS, TO WIT:

Stann Creek District.

TO F. MI. MAXWELIL.

WHEREAR~.~ complaint hath this day been
laid before the undersigned, one of Hi -; M e It t _
Justices of the Peace in and for 'the said Colonye
of British Hondulrami for that you F. M. Maxw~eil
being the owners or owner of certain land to
wit: 1oo acres situate at Lamb Creek, Mullins
River and within the jurisdiction or 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 amounting to $l7. 50
within the meaning of the Land and Property
Tax Ordinance--Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924.

These are therefore to command youl in His
Majesty's name to be and af fear on the 18th aday
of M~arch2, 194T at tenz o'clocki in the forenoon a~t
the Police Court at Stann Creek before such
Justices of~the Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answer to the said cornrlaint
and to be further dealt with according to lan~.

Given under my hand and seal this 7th day of
Dscem~ber in'the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hlundred and forty at Stann Creek in the
Colony aforesaid.


ED. L. YSAGUIRRE,
Distrvic Cjomm~,issioner,
Stann Cbeeke.


BRITIISH: HONDURAS, TO WIT: .

St~aun Csrek D3istrict

TO S. O. BROWNE

WHERIEA~S complaint hath this day been
laid before the undersigned, one of His MI:1jc t y's
Justices of the Peace in anid for the said Cololy
of Br-itich Honduras, for that you S. O. BrowYne
being the owners or owner of certain land to wit:
loo acres situate at Big Creek and within th~e
jurisdiction of the Court did neglect and do still
negrlec~t to pay arrears of taxes on such land
other than land in a town in the Staun Creek
District amounting to $5.oo wYithin the meaning
of the Land and Property Tax Ordinance-
Chapter 24 of th~e Consolidated Laws, 1924.

These: are therefore to command you in His
Majesty's name to be andE af fear on the 18tha day
Jof_1[arc~h, 1941, atl ten i'clck i~n thez fo~renoonu at
the Police Court at Stann Creek before such
Justices of the Peace for the said Co-lony as may
then be there to anlswetr to ihe said complaint
and to be furthe-r dealt: with according to law.

Given under mry hand and seal this 7th day of
December in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty at Stann Creek in the
Coonry aforesaid.


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

Stanu C'rerk District.

TO JA4NE LODG.E.

W 'HE REAS~ complaint hath this day been
laid before the undersigned, one of HL Ma n.je t~y's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Coloniy,
of British Honduras, for that you Jane- Lodge
being the owners or owner of certain land to wit:
169 acres situate at Seine Bight and within the
jurisdiction of the Couzrt did negktt~~ and do still
neglect to pay arrears of taxes on such. land
other than land in a town in the Stann Creek
District amounting to $6.62 wvithi~n the meaning
of the Land and Property Tax Ordinanct--
Chap~ter 24. of the Consolidated L~aws, 1924.

These are therefore to command you in His:
MJajesty's name to bce andr aFpfear oni the 18th2 day
o~f March, 1941, at tent o'clock inz 170 forenoone at
the Police Court at Stann Creek before sudi
Justices of the Peace for the said Colony as may
then be there to answer to the said complaint
and to be further dealt wvith according to law.

Given under mly hand and seal this 7th day of
December in the year of pur Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty at Stann Creek in the
Colony aforesaid.


ED. L. YSGU(;IKRRE,
District Comzmissio~ner,
Stann Cree~.


ED. L. YSAiGUIRaRE,
District Commissioner,
Stann Creek.











4o BRITISH~ HONDURAS 'GAZETTE


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO- WIT:

Toledo District.

BE it remembered that on the 5th day of
August, 1940, complaint was made before E. O.
B. Barrow, E~squire, District Commissioner,
Toledo, and one of His Majesty's Justices of tke
Peace in and for the said Colony of British Hon-
duras, for that O. L. SHA1W being the owner of
certain land to wit: 8,329 acres situate at Hope
Creek in the Toledo District and within the
jurisdiction of the court did neglect and do 3till
neglect to pay arrears of taxes on such ln
other than land, in a town in the Toledio Distirct
amounting to ;i*I.rl 4.3 ithini the meaning of the
of the Land and Property Tax Ordinance--
Chapter 24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924; and
now at this day, to wit, on the 13th day of Jan-
nary, 194I, at Pubnta Gorda the parties aforesaid
a1ppear beforeI me the unrdrr-irined District Com-
rmissoner but the said G. L. Shawr although
duly called doth not appear by' himself, h~is


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

Toledo Distric~t$

BE it remembered that on the 5th day of
August, T940, complaint wras made before E. O.
B. Barrowv, Esquire, District Commissioner,
So~ledo,.atid one of Hisl ~ajesty's Justices of the
Peace inland for the said Colony of British Hlon-


duras, for that the BRITISH HONDURAS
COMIPANY being the owners of certain land, to
wit: 46,014 acres situate between Moho River
and Rio Grande, and- within the jurisdiction 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 Toledo District amounting to
$685.70 for the year I94041~C 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 13th January,
194I at Punta Gorda the parties aforesaid appear
before me the under signed District Commission-
er but the said British Honduras Company al-
though duly called doth not appear by them-
selves, their Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now
satisfactorily proved on oath, that the said
British Honduras Company have been duly
served with the summons in this behalf by three
consecutive publications in the Gazette dlated
21st December, 1940, 28th December, 1940, and
4th January 1q41, 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
iultl.c; dealt with according to law; and now
having heard the matter of the said complaint,
I do adjudge the said British Honduras Com-
pany to pay to the Clerk of the: Court the sum of
$ 5685-70 on or before the 3Ist March, 194I, next,
and also to pay to the said Clerk~ of the Count
the sum of two dollars for his costs in this be-
half; and if the several sums be not paid on or
before the 21st March, 194'1 I hereby order that
thle same be levied by distress and sale of the
Goods and chattels of the said British Honduras
iCompany unless the said several sums, and all
costs and charges of the said distress shall be
sooner paid.

Given under my hand and seal, this 13th day
of January in the year of our Lord one thous-
and nine hundred and forty-one at Punta Gorda
in the Colony aforesaid.


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WI\:

Toledo Disltri:.t.

BE it remembered that on the 5th day of
August, 1940,complaint was made before E.O.B.
Barrow, Epouire, Diit rict Commissioner, ;Cied. ~ ,
and one atf Hi-- Maje~ty.'s Justices of the Peace
in and for the said Colony of British Honduras,
for that the BRITISH HONDURAS DEVE~L'
OPMENT COM~PANYI being the owners of cer-
t~ain land, to wit, 18,513 acres situate at Sarstoon
River, and within the jurisdiction of the Coqrt
did neglect and do still neglect to pay arrears of
taxes on such land other than land in a town in
the To~:l-dol District amounting to j$308.l...0 for
the years 1939/40 and I94041, within the mean-
ing of .the Land and Property T'ax Ordinance-
Chapter 24 of the Consolidated L~aws, 1924; and
now at this day, to wit, on the 13th day of Jan~
nary, I941, at Punta Gorda the parties aforesaid
appear before me the undersigned District Com~
missioner but the said BRITISH IIONDUR AS
DEVELOPMENT COMPANY although duly
called doth not appear by themselves, thext
Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now satisfactorily i
proved on oath, that the said British Honduras
Development Company have been duly served
with the summons on this behalf by three con"
secutive pubbeai~tionsl in the Ganzette dated 21st
December, '194, 28th December, 1940, and 4th
January, 194I, 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 conmlatint and to be
further dealt with according to law; and now
having heard the matter of the said complaint,
I do adj udge the said British Honduras Develop-
ment Comlpany to pay to the said Clerk of Court
the sum of $S398.oo forthwith~ on or before the
31st March, '94', next, and also to pay to the
said Clerk of Court the sum of two dollars for
his costs in this behalf; and if the several sums
be not paid on or before the 3Ist Mdarchz, 194', I
hereby order that the same be levied by distress
and sale of the goods and chattels of the said
BRITISH HOdNDURAS DEVELOPMENT
COM~PANYT unless the said several sums, and
all costs and charges of the said distress shall
be sooner paid.

Given under my hand and seal, this 13th day
of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Punta Gorda in
the Col~ony aforesaid.


H. S. RASSIM'
Actinzg Distri'ct Comm~issioner,
Toledo.


L.S.


H. S. RASSIM,
Acting2 District Comzmissioner,
Toledo.


L.S.











_____ ~__~_ __


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:
Toledo District.

BE it remembered that on the 5th day of
August, 1940, complaint was made before E. O
B. Barrow, Esquire, District Commissioner,
Toledo, and one of His Majesty's Justices of the
Peace in and for the said Colony of British Hon-
duras, for that ALBERT PRICE being the own-
er of certain land to w-it- 20 acres situate at
Punta GordaL-San Antonio Road and within the
jurisdiction 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 Toledo District
amounting to fo.30 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 13th day of January,Ig941,
at Punta Gorda the party aforesaid appear
before me the aurdereiigned Dh~tirct Comm-ijsion-
or e bu t~heaid Albes t Phl~nr ice lthoulrJ h11 dul calle


BRITISH HONDURA1S, TO WIT:

Toledo District.


BRITISH HONDURA'S GAZETTE


Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now satisfactorily
proved on oath, that thie said G-. L. Shaw has
been duly served wvith the summons in this be-
half by three consecutive publications in the
Gazette dated 21st December, '940, 28th Decem-
ber, 1940, and 4~th January, 1941, which required
him to be and appear here at this clay 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 G. L. Shaw to
pay to the Clerk of the Court the suml of $124-93
on or before the 3Ist March, 1941, next~, and also
to pay to the said Clerk of the Court the sum of i
two dollars for his costs in this behalf; and if
the several sums be not paid on or before the
3rst Miarch, 1941, I hereby order that the same
be levied by distress and sale of the goods and
chattels of the said G. L. Shaw unless the said
several sums, and all costs and charges of the
said distress shall be sooner paid.

Given under my hand and seal, this r3th day
of January in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty--one at Punta Gorda in
the Colony aforesaid.


H. S. RASSIM,


I hereb-y order that the: same be levied by; dis-
tcressand sale of the goods and chattels of the
said Frank Haylocki and in default of sufficient
distress in that behalf I adjudge thle said Frank
Haylock unless the said several sums,
and all costs and charges of the salid distress
shall be sooner paid.

Given under mLy hanld and seal, this 13th day
of January in the year of our Lourd one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Punlta G~orda in
th~e Colony a~foresaid.

H. S. RASSIM,


Acting District Comnmissioner'
Toledo.


L~S


Acting~ District Commnissioner,
Toledlo.


L.S


BE it remembered that on the 5th day of doth not appear by himself, his Counsel, or
August, 1940, complaint was made before E. O. Attorney, and it is now satisfactorily proved on
B. Barrow, Esquire, Distcrict Commissioner, oath, that the said Albert Price has been duly
Toledo and one of His Majesty's Justices of the served with the summons in this behalf by three
Peace in and for the said Colony of British Hon- consecutive publications in the G~awrttr dated
duras, for that FRANK HAYLOCK being the ?1st Detcember, 1940o, 28th Decenh~er, ro.40,and
owner of certain land to wit: /5 aores situate at ;th Janulary, 19r41, which requaired! Iim to be
Desp River Bluff and within the jurisdiction of ond appear here~ at this day before such Justic es
the Court did neglect and do still neglect to pay of the Peace for the said Colony as should now
arrears of taxYes on such land other than land in be bete to answet the said complaintt and to be
a tow~n in the Toledlo District amounting to $1.12 further dealt with according to law; and nocw
within the meaning of the Land and Property having heard the matter of the said complaint,
Tax Ordinance-Chapter 24 of the Consolidated I do ad judge the said A4lbert Price to p~ay to the
Laws, 19,24; and now at this day, to wi~t, on the Clerk of the Cou~rt the sum of f~o.3oe norbefore
13th day of January, 1941r, at Punta Gorda the the 31st March, r941, next, and also to pay to
pzrty aforesaid appear before me the under- the said Clerk of thle Court the sum of two dol-
signed District Commissioner but the said Frank lars for his costs in this behalf; and if the several
Haylock althenigh duly called doth not appear sums be not paid on or before the 3Ist March,
by himself, his Counsel, or Aittorney, and. it is 194r, I hereby order thaut the same be 1.:vitdby
now satisfactorily proved on oath, that the said! distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the
Frank Haylock has beenl duly served with the said Albert Pric-e and in default of sufficient
summons iti this behalf by three consecutive distress in that behalf I adjudg3e the said Altert
publicattions in the Gazetic dated 21st Decemnber, Price unless the said several sums, and all costs
1940, 28zth Decemnber, 1940o, and 4th Janluary' and charges of the said distress hall b~e sooner
1041,I which required him~to be and appear here paid.
at: this dazy 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 wiith Civenz under my hand and seal, this 13th day
according to law; and now having heard the of Jan~uary in the year of our Lord One thousand
matter of the said complaint, I do adjudge the nine hundred and forty-one at Punta Gorda in
said Frank Haylock to pay to the Clerk of thethCooyareid
Court the sum of $1.12 on or before the 3rst
March, 1941l, next, and also to pay to the said H. S., RASSIM,
Clerk of the Court the sum of two dollars for
his costs in this behalf ; and if the several s~ums Acting D~istrect Commissionter, L;.S.
be~ not p~aid on or before the 31st March, 199, I~ Toledo.











pq BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


(b) North by road reserve and lan~s: fxrmner-
ly granted to W. Algood and L. Fenley, E~ast by
Crown land, South by Crown land, West by
Crown land; being two por~tions of the lands
formerly granted to H. S. Carmichae1 15 acres\
**Jan. '5, 19411--E;THEL LEE--Beliz.e- Dis-
trict, situate at Western Lagoon, Mlanatee, near
Cocount Pojint, North by Western L~agoon., East
by Crowvn land, South by Crown land, West by
Crowrnland .. .... .. 20 acres
**Jan. 18, 194I--JAMES GIE3SONT--Belize
District, situate on the right~ a~c- River, North by Cro-n: land, East by land ap-
proved to James Bailey, South by the river,.
West by Crown land (ca~ves); being a portion of
land formerly approved to Shedrach Williasn
10 acres
***Janc. to, 194I--ALBERTHA 81\llTH--
Stann Creek District, situate near the 18 M~ile
Post on the Stann Creeks Valley Road, North by
land occupied by Charles Knight, East by Crown:
land, South by Crown land, We~st by land oc-
Scupied by Elfrida Butler .. 5 acres
**Jan. 21, 194I--JOSEPH A. YOUNGC--
Relize 1 i-tl It t, situate on the left ascendiing the
Belize-Corozal Roadl, at the Io Miles post, North
by Crown land (pine ridge), East by Crow~n land
(pine ridge), South by the road, West by Crown
land (pine ridge) .. .. 5 acres
**Jan. 22, Ig41r-CHARILES SEION--
Belize District, situate south of Santana Re-
serve on the old road from Belize to Corozal,
Northl by lands approved to W. J. Burke and J.
Bayliss, East by land approved to O. H. Wright,
South by the road, West by Crow~n land; being
land formerly app~roved to N. Hans~on and Lerna
Fergus~on.. .... 19a.0Or.11lp.


For a Free Grant.

Jan. 9, 1941I-JAMES McXENZIF.--taRnn
Creek DIlstrict, situate about ly) m~-iles on the
Stllun Creek V~alley Road, N\orth by the road,
East by Crown land, South by Crown land,
West by land applied for by BenjaminlHemrans

Jan. lo, 1941I-BENJAMIN H1EMANS--Stann
Creek District, situate near the 18 Mile Post on
the left ascending the Stann Creek Valley Road,
North by the 't:.ul: Creek Valley Road, ESast by
Crown land, South by Crown land, West by lind
occupied by Chiarles Knight; being land recently
approved to applicant on Location Ticket
10 acres
Jan. 137, I94T--JEREMIAH SIMPEONT-Staon
Creek District, situate on the sea coast south of
Silk Grass Creek, North by the northern botind-
ary line of the Commerce Bight Estate, East by
the sea, South by Crown land, West by Crow~n
land; being a portion of land in the Commerce
Bight Reserve .. .. 20 acres



Can~CellatiosnS-L.Catiorn Tickets.

M.P. S.G. Igr.-36-HBILDA NELE~ON-Stamli
Creek DiStric~t, situate at 23 Miles on the 8tann
Creek Railway. 10 acres. At the request of
the settler.
MI.P. 8.O. o3;74-HEILDA NELSON-Stnnn
Creek District, situate in the Mliddcle exs Area.
North Stann Creekl. 10 acres. At the reqfest:
of the settler.


Belize, Ist FebruarLEy, 194I.

CLANDIj AP'PLICAbl~TIONS

APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown
Lands are notified in the Government Gazectte 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 Glazette before they
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that
applicants must be prepared for this delay*
The following applicatioils are hereby notified.

By Order.

G. S. BUSBl'*
Actthg Director of Surveys.





*Dec. 30, I194o-MURRAY DIAZ--Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann
Creek .. .... .. Lot No. 669
*Jant. 3, I941--CALEB M. WALKER-
lielize District, situate in the Village of Maskal,
Northern River .. .Lot No. 39
**Jan. 7, 19plr-ROSALIA C. de COWIO-
Cayo Distic~t, situate in the town of Benque
Viejo. .. ot No. 84A.
***Jan. 25, 194I--ALBERT PPP" P S7:z
Distrief, situate on the left ascending Belize
River, opposite Betsy Goff Ridge, North by the
river, East by land approved to Matthew Spain,
South' by Crown land, West by Crown land
100 acres



TO PurciaSe.

"**Dc. II, 1940--STE WARKT COLEMAIN-
'Toldo District, situate on the left ascending
M6onk~ey River, North by Crown land., East by
Crown land, South by Crown land, West by
Crowrn land; being block N~o. jI formerly granted
to H. S. Carmichael. 20 acres
*Dec. 9, I94.0--JUAN CARDENES Jr.-
Toledo District, situate on the left ascending
Rio G~rande above Big Falls, North by Crown
land, East by the river, Sourth by land applied
for by Clemente Caliz, West by land granted to
J. Payne; being the southern portion of land
formerly held on lease by Cupertino Castro
15 acres
*Dec. 3I, 1940--CLARENCE NMUNEZ--
Stann Creek District, situate in the Carib Pe
serve; being blocks Nos. 188 and Igo formerly
leased to Henrietta Nunez .. 10a. Or. 32p.
***Janz. 8,. 19)4I-ALEXAlNDRINA MARTI-
NEZ and FRANCES HILL;--Stann Creek Dis-
trict, situate~ in the Carib Reserve; being block
No. 17 .. .. .. 5 acres
*Janr. 10, 194T--LAW11ENE J. GFELL-
NER--Toledo District, situate on the left as-
cending Monkey River near Bamboo Creek (a)
North by road reserve and land granted to M.
A. Winzerling, East by Crowit land, South by
Crown land ,Wiest by Croiin land I,5 acres


No. 6~4.


Survery Department,











S:RITISki ,HOND)URA: S IGPh40ZETTF~ i.43~
-=_ -- I


2'hze Treasurvy,
Belise, zgth Januanry, 1941.
NOTICE.
INCOME TASL.
PERSONS liable to pay Income Tax are re-
Joindedrrth~at.~tey. are reqaired to file returns of
their i~ncangcs in geop~ect ef, the,year eydin 3sst
December, 1940, on or before.th~e 31st IMarch,
.r941-
2. Returns by employers of salaries, etc.,
should be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch
(Treasury) not later than the: 3xat PVlarch, 1941I
3. In the case of aniy 1 er son carrying on bust-
ness~, a certified copy of the Profit & Loss A4c-
count and Balauce Sheet should accomlpapny
the return.

Confi Intia Coer tlA dhnom ,a nt unc
(Treasury), Blelize, or to the District Commnis-
stoner in an out-district, froim whoml the neces-
sary forms can be obtained on application.
5. Failure to file .Returns within the time
prescribed by law will render taxpayers liable
to prosecution without further warning.
By Order.
R. E. TU'IRNBU~LL
Income Taxt Coimmissioner.


Corozal, 3Ist Ja~nuary, I941.

NORTHERN DISTRICT.
Sitting of Court (Outdistricts).

NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance
~of t;te~provisionps of th~e*Ristrict Commiyssnoers
Ordinance-Chapter 172 of the Consolidated
Laws, aga24--as emended-by the Dristr-ict Com-
missioners: (Amendment) Ordinance, 1933 (NO.
19 of 1933), and in pursuance of the District
Courts Civil Procedure Ordinance--Chapter 177
of the Consolidated Laws, 1924--as amended
by the District Courts Civil Procedure (Almend-
mete tOrdinane ,0 r94 No. 7sof rg, th
L~owrey's Bight area on the twenty-fourth
February-, 94', when a Court wYill be.hetld at
the village of Progreso at ten o'clock in the
forea~nn for the transaction of all business con.
nectedc with the Court.

All1 those concerned are hereby notified to, be
and appear at the above-n!~qien ~tione village or
p~lace at the date and tirn~e auppinctedl for such
Couut.
\By Order.

E:. O. B. BAIRROW~,
District Commcurissioner,
h'orthernt District.


No. 66.

Agrvicultusral Department,
Belize, Ist February, I941.

TENDERS FOR TRANSPORTATION OF
PRODjJCE FROM PUNTA GORDA
TO ELIZE.
Tenders are invited for the transport of 6oo to
7oo bags of rice, each of ~224 lb. nett weight,
from Punta Gorda-Rice Mill tovBelize Rice
Mill in So bag lots at intervals of not less than
one month between ast May and 3rst December,
1941. The terms of the tender should include
transport from Puztta Gorda wharf to the C~us
tom wharf,1 Beize, but not porterage between
mill and wharf or wharf and mill, respectively.
Tenders are:also; dinvied for ;the transport~of
saind~ry ~perduce in bags of loo!:b. ach mlett
weight of beans, peas, corn, etc,, and of rice bran
in bags of zoo lb. each nett weight from. Punta
Gorda to Brelize.
Tenders mlust be submitted to the-Secretary
of the Board ofAgriculture nort la-ter than he
22nd Februatry, 194r.

The-hihest or, any tender will not raecespatily
be accepted-

By Order.

R. SAMLV. PINIAYSON,
E or agriculturall Officer.


No. `65.


District Commc~issioner's Offic!,


Nog. 67.


Forest Office,
.Belize~, .Ist Fe~brw~ry,. x,941.,


FOREST APPLICATIONS.
The following applications for forest licences
are pixblis~hed as required by Rule 13 of the
Forest Rules, 1927, in order to gfive any, person
an opportunity of. making~ representation with
reg~ard to anly such application. No such re-
presentation~wdll be considered uadess it is ~p~dged
at the Forest Office (addressed to the Conserva-
tor of Forests anld ntot to~anay forest officerr ,by
Icname) wLithin fourteen days of the date of ptib-
lication of the Gazette in which the,advertiese-
mnent of the application first appears.
;By, Order.
NFIlL S. STEVENSON,
Conser~fvatro u~Forest


.First Publication.
DENBIGH JEFFEYU:-- Staun C regik Jpis-
trict: Crown ILands (a) In the upper drainage
basin of ,1\fullins River; (b) in, the drainage
basin of Big Eddy~ Branlch of Sorthb Stann C~reek
west of- licence area No. 19 of 1939; (cG): in the
drainage' basin of the south branch of N1\orth
Stantr Creek above Swayne's Poo~l; and (d).n
the -drainage basin of north branch of North
lta~n4 Greek west of the property of Sharp 'Bgos.
and the. valley' of D.r\ Clree~k extendling north-
wzards~as farms tle ifirshgorge and bounded on
the west; by the bills west of Dry Creek.


1Wahogany ..


.. ..100 trees Min.


: JA'\fS .GOFF: orthetl~ lrn. District: Ameend-
ment of previous applicatioli for Big Pond, to
include Crown lands on left ascending N~ew River
Sfrom.~-Bie -Pond to. Ba4wspy greeki,.ytjriared 290,
S250S and Iss on1 the pcroppty ,map.
Mahogany .. .. 100 tsqees Min.










44 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETITE


In exercise of the powers conferred on him by Regulation 50 (1) of the Defence
Regulations, 1939 (Statutory Rule & Order No. 69 of 1939), the Supply Officer hereby
orders as follows:--
The following maximum wholesale and retail prices shall be effective as from 29th
January, 1941.

ARTICLE WHOLESALE RETAIL


No. 68.


Suffply Office,
Belize, z25th Januzary, r941.

M~aAXIMUMa WH#OLESALE lANDr RETAIL PRICES.


FLOUR (Other than baker's, whole
wheat, Miriam, Obelisk, Five
Roses, Star, Purity, and
Highland Beauty) ..

Two or tnore pounds ....

FLOUR In lots of not less than
25 sacks .... .. ..


... $.90 per sack
(96 or 98 lb.)


49 49 per lb.

13 4< ,


.... .... .... .... ...- 3


... $.80 per sack
(96 or 98 lb.)


$8 -50 per sack (224 lb.)


RICE


5e St
43 g 5


Two or more pounds ......


RICE In lots 5 to Io sacks
In lots II sacks and over


... 8.40
.. 8-30


), ,, ( ))
,, ,, ( ,


BEANS, R. K...


.... .... .... 650! per lb.


7e 8e


BEANS;. R. K., in lots of not less
than I,ooo lb. .... ...


... 6.24 per Ioo lb.


LAIRD (not including Chicharron,
Crisco, Spry, Trex, & Rexo)

LARD In lots of not less than 250 lb.


r oae per lb.


Ize 13p


$59.80 per loo lb.


.... ... 6g per lb.


MARGARINE (Loose) ;....

B~EREF, SALTT .... ..


190 200


.. ... ... ..- .151& 16a


B3EEF, CORNED (other than Libby)

MrILK, CONDENSED (48s)
MILKMAID BRAND
BLUE CROSSBETTY & BUSCK
OTHER BRANDS


$6.95 per case (48s)


$5.90.per case
550 ,
5.00 .


17e 180~ per tin


13e .. 14 ,,
I29 I3 ,,
neI mIe~ ,,


MiLLK, EVAPORATED


6 ounce
14 ,,


5a 6e
IO# 'IIB


N.B.--The prices in Column "A" apply to Belize; to all points on the B3elize River below,
and including, Burrell Boom; and to all points up to Mile Twenty on the Belize-Cayo Road and
Mile Twenty-Five on the Belize-Orange Walk Road. The prices in Column "B" apply to the
rest of the Belize District and to Beaver Dam in the Cayo~ District.

MEAT: FRESH, maximum wholesale price to be paid for cattle bought on the hoof:--
ge per lb. of dressed meat as weighed at the Slaughter House.
Maximum retail price for beef at the Belize Market:
Forequarters Ize per lb.
Hindquarters I159 per lb.


CABIIAGE : FRESH, maximum retail price, Belize only


.... ... oe per lb.


EGGS: Maximum prices (Belize only) per dozen 55e, retail (less than one dozen) Se eaich'.

The Order made on the 2nd January, 1941, and published in the Gazette Extra-
ordinary of 2nd January, 1941, is hereby rescined.
A. fl. ANDERSON,
Supply Officer.




















GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE

1 BRITISH HONDURAS
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

No. 7 BELIZE, 8th FEBRUARY, 1941 Page 45i

No. 69. S.S. 168-33.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 8th F~ebruary, 1941.
His Excellency the Governor directs the publication, for general information, of
the following Order of His Majesty in Council.
By Command.
R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.


Visiting Forces (B~ritish Commronwegalth)
(Application to Colonies, etc.)
Order in Council, 1940.

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE
The 24th day of July, 1940
Present
THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY
IN COUNCIL
WHEREAS by subsections (1) and (2) of Section 5 of the Visiting Fortes
(British Commonwealth) Act, 1933 (hereinafter called "the Act'"), it is pro-
vided that His Majesty may as regards any colony by Order in Council
direct that, the provisions of sections one to three of the Act, or such of
those provisions as may be specified in the Order, shall, subject to such
adaptations and modifications as may be so specified, apply in that colony
in relation to forces visiting that colony and in relation to deserters and
absentees without leave, as they apply in the United Kingdom; and that











4l6 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


His Majesty may as regards any colony bry Order in Council direct that
the provisions of section four of the Act shall, with such exceptions and
subject to such adaptations and modifications as may be specified in the
Order, apply in relation to all or any of the forces raised in that colony,
and in relation to officers and members thereof, as they apply in relation
to home forces. and officers and members thereof:
AND WHEREAs by virtue of subs~ectio (3) of section five and section
six of the Act the powers aforesaid may likewise be exercised in respect
of any territory which is under His la jesty 's protection, including any
territory in respect of which a mandate on behalf of the League of Nations
is being exercised by His Alajesty~'s Goizernment in the United Kingdonm:
NOW, THEREFORE, His MVa~jesty, in puarsunce of sections fiveand
six of the Act and of all other powers enabling Him in that behalf, is
pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, to order, an7d it is
hereby ordered, as follows:--


1 This Order may be cited as the Visiting Forces (British Comnmon-
wealth) (Application to the Colonies, etc.) Order in Council, 1940.

2--(1) In this Order--
"Tel iltor,' Ineans a territory mentioned in the F~irst Schedule to
this Order; and in the application of the Act under this Order to any
territory "the territory" means that territory;
"Grovernor", in relation to any territory, means the person ad-
mnlinrlitrng the government of the territory or, in the case of Zanzibar.
the British Riesident or the person lawfully discharging his functions';
"Colonial forces" means, in relation to any territory any naval,
military, or air forces raised in the territory, including any police
force or other body raised therein which, by virtue of any law in
force in zthe territory, has become a naval, military or air force; and
"colonial force" includes anry body, contingent or detachment of any
colonial forces, wherever serving:
Provided that where any colonial forces or force raised in one:
territory shall be present in some other territory, such forces or force
shall, for the purposes of this definition in so far as it relates to sec-
tions one to three of the Act as applied by this Order, be deemed to
have been raised i~n that oithr territory.
(2) Subject to the provisions of this Order, sections one to four of
the Act as applied by this Order shall be construed in accordance w~ith
the provisions of section eight of the Act, except that--
(a) the definition of "visiting force" shall have effect as if for the
words "w~ith the consent of His Ma njesty's Go~vemIrnmnt In the
United Kingdosm lawvfully present in the United K'n dom"'
there we2re SulbSltitrud the wo~rds "Iawfulty; prs~ent in the tzrri-
tory"; and
(b) the definition of "member" shall have effect as if the word "terri-
tory" were substiituted for the words "Uthited Kingdom".
(3) An Order under the Act as applied by this Order may be revoked
or varied by a subequ~eent Order.
(4) The Interpretation Act, 1889, shall apply for the interpretation
of this Order as it. applies for the interpretation of an Act of Parliament.

3 Sections one, twuo and three of the Act shall, subject to the adbapta-
tions and modificattionsspecified in Article 2 and the Se~ond Schedule to
this Order, apply in each territory in relation to forces visiting the terri-
tory and in relation to deserters and absentees without leave, as they ap-
ply in the United Kinadom.

4 Section 4 of the Act shall, subject to the adaptation\ anad: meditfj
cat~ions. specified in Article 2 and the Third Schedule t~o thi-s, Order, aPPly
in.lelation to colonial forces raised in any territory~ and in relative to of-
ficers and members thereof, as, they a~EPply in relation to-h~em frces as
defined ini the Act and, officers and marahers thereof.


short title.



Interpretation,
etc.
































A plcation3 o
of the Act.




Application of
section 4 of the
Act.


E. C. E. Leadbitter.











BRITI~SH HONURASI~ ~GAP~EEE 4t


FIRST SCHEDULE.


Aden (Colony and Protectorate).
Bahamas.
Barbadoas.
Bermeuda.
British Guiana.
British Holnduras.
Ceyvlon.
Cygprus. .-
f~alklarnd Islands.

Gambia (Colony and Protectorate).
Gibraltar.
Gold Coast:- -
(a) Colonly.
(b) Ashanti.
(c) Northern Tetr~itories.
(d) Togoland under Brit~ish Mandate.
Hfong Kong.
Jamasica includingg Turks and Caiicos Islands
and the Cayman Islands).
Kenya (Colony and Protectorate).
Leeward Islands:-
Antig~ua.
Montserrat.
St. Christopher and N'evis.
Virgin Islands.
Malta. -
Mauritius.
NTigeria:-
(a) Colony.
(b) Pro~tectrate.


(c) Cameroons under British lYandate.
Northern Rhocdesia.
Nyasaland Pu~.tcitorate..
Palestine ie.ulu~din,: TIrans-Jordan).
St. Helena.
Seychelles.
Sica rar Leone (Clole !1;. and Protectorate).
Somaliland Prootectorate.
SStraits Settlemlents.
Ta n-3.-atysk Territory.
Trinidadl and Tobago.
'I' a aldd Protectorate.
WJestern Pacific:--
(ra) British Solom-on Islands Prot~ectorate.
(b) Gilbert and E11ice Islands Colony.
(c) Pitcairn Island.
(d2) Any other colony, or territory under His
Majesty's protection, in or in reladjenhow
which jurisdiction mnay lawfully be exer-
cised under the Pacific Order in Coluncil,
1893
W'indw~ald Islands:---
Dominica.
G~renada.
St. Lucia.
St. V~inent.
ZanzE~iba Protectorate.,
Reference in this Schrdu~le to~ any territoryr of
whl~ich ~there are dependetncies shall be construed
as including a refereic'e to such dlepende~tnc~ie


SECOND SCHEDULE.

Adaptations and Modifications of Sections one, two and three of the Act.
I. A11references to the United Kingdom shall be cots~trued as refercnc~es to the territory.
2. All references to home forces or a home force shall be construed as i nc lu<1in I1 references to
colonial forces or a colonial force, as the case may be.
3. In subsection (5) of Section one the words "the Governor" shall be substituted for the
words "the Admiralty, Army Council, or Air Council, as the case may be".
4e. In subsection (I) of Section two-
(a) the words "the Governor may by Order" shall be sub~stituted for the words "His
Majesty may by Order in Council";
(b) the word "'Officer" shall be substituted for the word "M-inister" whereve4r it occurs;
I and
(c) the last paragraph shall be omitted,
5. In subsection (2) of Section two--
S(ad) the wordls "'the Governor by Order" shall be substiktuted for the words" His Majesty
by Order in Council";
(b) the words "such person as mlay be specified in the Order" sh~aIll:.e subs~ti~trted I~rl ther
words a Secretary of State or the Admliralty";
(c) the words "the Governor may" shall be substituted for the words "His M~ajesty
may"; and
(d) the words "'be agreed between the Governor of the territory"' shall be substituted for
the wjords "w~ith the consent of the Tr`1easury, be agreed between the Secretary
of State or the Admiralty".
6. The proviso to subsection (3)of Section two sh~allrin so far as it relates to enactmentsj being
statutes or parts of statutes made in the territory, have effect as if the w~ords"the Governor may
b~y o3rder" we~re Jubstituted~ for the wom da"His MBajesty may by Order in Conncil".
3. In sub~section (4) of Section two the words "ot Order" shall be inserted between the words
"Order in Couincil"' and "undezr".
8. In subsection (I) of Section three, the words "Order in Co/uncil" shall be construed as
including any Older in Council made under that subsection before the date of this Older.
q. In subsection (4)~ of Section three the words "the Gover~nor" shall be substituted for the
words "the Secretary of the Admiralty, the Secretary of the Arnny Council, or the Secretary of the
Air Coluic~if '
THIRD SCHEDULE.

Adaptations and Modifications of Section Four of the' Act.
I. The -expressions "colonial iirct;'' and "colonial force" shall be substituted for the ex~pres-
sions "home forces" and "home force" wherever they occur.
2. In subsection (2)-











48 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE
-- --- -- -

(a) the words "The Governor"' shall be substituted for the words "T~lhe Admiralty, Armyg
Council or Air CoLunrcil, as the case may b~e"; anld
(b) the words "the disposal of the Government of the territory'" shall be substituted for
the words "their disposal".
3. For subSec~tionl (3) the following~ subsection shall be substituted:-
"~(3) Whilst~ a m-nber of another force is by virtue of this section attached temu-
porarily to a colonial force, he shall be treated, and shall have the like powers of com-
mancl and punishment: over members of the colonial force to which he is attached, and
shall be suzbieet in all respects to the law relating to the discipline and administration of
that force, as if he were a me~beir of that force of relative rank*:
Provided that the Glovernor may by Order direct that in relation to members of a.
force of any part of the Corntunwealth specified in the Order, such law shall apply with
such receptions and subject to such adaptations and modifications as mlay be so speci~-
fied."
4. In stibsection (5) the words "by order of the Govrernor" shall be substituted for the words
"by order of the Admiralty, the Amly Council or the Air Council, according as the home force is
a naval, a military or an air force".


I I --L ~sll


LEAVE GRANTED.
:LIZARRAGA, L. R., Road Foreman, Public
Works De~partment, vacation leave for three
months with effect from 3rd February, 194I.


Colonial Secrietary's Offcice,
Beize, 5thz Februbary, 194I

His Excellency the G~overnor announces with
deep regret the receipt: on the 5th February,
1941, of the following telegram:--
"I deeply regret to inform you that ~Lord
Lloy'd died last night.

UNDER SECRETARY OF STfATE."



A4t the request of the Executive Council and
heads of Government Departments His Exce~l-
lency replied the same day as follows to thel
message of the Under Secretary of State:-
"Am deeply grieved to learn of untimely
death. of Lord Lloyd. Myself, my officers
and people of this Colony mourn the pass-
ing of a great administrator and patriot
Whose services to the Empire are beyond
estimation. We extend to L~ady ]Lloyd and
her son our deepest sympathy in their per-
sonal loss.
GOVERNOR."



Colonial Secretary's Office,
Beli'ze, 8tha Februaary, 194r.

The following particulars relating to appoinrt-
ments, etc., in the Public Service are published
for general information.
By Command
R. E. TURNBULL,
Colontial Secretary.
3---~----

No. 71.

APPOINJTMENTS CONFIRMED.
CATTOUSE, A. E., First Class customs and
Excise Officer, Customs and Harbour Depart-
ment, appointment confirmed with effect
from Ist February, 1941.
M6.P. o267p.


LORINGT~, R. H1., Junior Clerk, Medic~al Depart-
ment, appointment confirtpedl with effect
from Ist January, 1941.


M4.P. 0757-


NMo. 70o


MV.P. 02579.


M.lP. oz zyo.


iNo. 72.


jNo. 73.


M.P. orz35-

Colonial .Secretaryt's Oqfi-ce,
Belize, 4tha Februuary, 194I.


LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
APPOINTMENT .
With reference to Notice No. 559 of the 30th
Srlptembe~r, 1940, it is hereby notified for general
information that, in pursuance of His Majesty's
instructions through the Secretary of State for
the Colonies, His Ex~cellency the Governor has
appointed Bernard Aloysius M/elhado, Esquile,
to be a Nominated Unlofficial Member of the
Legislative Council wihi oll ith egct from the 30th


1No. 74.


M.P. 01729.

B~elize, 4tht Februatry, z941.

CONS ULAR.


His Excellency the Governor has granted to
General Carlos Jurado R. provisional recognition
as Consul for Guatemala at Belize, pending the
receipt of His Majesty's Exrequatur.


No. 75.


BelizeP, 8thE February, 1941-


BILLS TO BE PRESENTED TO THE
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
The under-mentioned Bills, the full text of
each of whlich was published with the Gazette as
shown in parentheses, will be presented at a






BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


The nelxti of kilh in particular, anad all personsy
in general, are hereb3y cited to show cause on or
before Mionday thet I; thl dity o-f February, I141,
wvhy such letters should not be grant~ed to the



R.isr,lr Genaeral.


Su.i/,; .\ Departm~ent,
B~elize, ~gth January~, 1941-

SALE OF; L.EASE IN STAN~N CREEKi
DISITRiCT.

On Saturd!ay the 15th February, 1941, at: ten
oeloc-k in the forenoonn the~ri will be offered for
sale by p~ubic auction at the Court 1100 ue at
Stann Creek thec lease of the Southern portion
of the cocal situdate along the seashor-e of Com-
merce r-ightc Estate and ex~t-!nding fllmm he
entrance to~ F~re~-h~\ater andlr (consell~lrv Bi..lt
Lagoons southwards to the boundary bretwreen
Crown Land! and land of W. AI. Baber, E~squire,


Plans rplay be seen and further particulars
obtained at thle officers of the D~irector of Survers
and the- district Iommissioner.

By Order '

G. S. FI ;aH,
Acting Director of .Surv~eys.



BRIITISH HO(NDUIRAS, 1941.

In the Supreme Court--Probate 'id. ~

General Registry,
Beli~ze, 24th Janca~ry, 1941.

In the Goods of MATTi"H Ell' GILEER "f
A4NTHONY~ CA~R(:ILL late of Flo~er, Bank,
Be~liLze RiverI, Seboo)l] Teachrl~l deceased.

App~-lica~tion for Let~ters of Administ~ration in
the above E'atate has been made: by Jane E:li za'
b~eth' Caoill of Flowers Eunik, Belize Riv~er,
Widow.


- -I 1 11--81 ---L1


fr thec;nining meeting t1~ tthe- Le gi-tLxt i\ CI..vl i = il
and nthctiication i-- betreby gi~ve in joccorde i.(
withi the standling~ Rues and Orders:- -

A Bil ent it led an Ordinance to amend$ the
Sunulnary Proce~dule 4>rdinatne- Chlapte-r 178
of the ton olidated Labs 1924. MP it.

A Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend ~the l
De~fence Force Or dinrance, 1928 !;1. Ic- of rl.J.M.


A Bil entitledc- an O~rdinance~i to 1ti leli for
thet Payment of Compensation to Workme~n for
Injuris suffered in th:e course of their Eruplu. -J
menit. X1 P'. 02727.

(P'ui;Lhed~ in Galzette dated Ist Feb~ruadry, 1941.)


By Commtrand.



Colonial Scr7etary.


Reli.-li, .ifl: Janzuary, Inl~..


ROCKSTONE PON~D GOl'ERENIE1EN
SCHOOL.

.1ppl~l~icatin- are invited forr the I.-4; of P. n;-
eipal, Rockstonle Pond Corer~nmfent Schoorl
rl.r:le D)). First or 'I-c!ri C~lr. Teacher's
Clertifi~cat~~e essential >.al!o y 9.[.75 or $., 5-''**
p month according to~ certificat-e. House


\poIIi~lkat; should write to the DI3rector- of
Ehtec-ti-~. Be-l.*e, stating tl~eir \lu bu~catliousl
and expe~rien:ce and end.. ~ ing~ originals of recent
testimonials, and must Ibe pl~epa-ri l to take up
duty on the Isl t Jne, 10.t:. N .oi
received after th~e ?'thi I'l.-ml Ily, I 1,. \.;il 1 e

B. E. CA~r3lINP,
"IY.iT.I.ir of ElducationZ.


Belize, Ist February v 1.~!


TENDERS FOR TRAN:SPGRT~TiO)N OF
PRODUCE FRPOXI PL;NT.r COPD.1
TO BELIZE.

Tenders are invited for the transport of 60o to
7oo bags of rice, each of ,224 b. nett \-i htI,
from Punta "Gorda Rice T.:ill to E;.-!! ei Rice
Mill in So bag lots at interv-als of not less than
one month between Ist May and 31st Dcemrber,
1941. The terms of the tender should include
transport from Punrta iGorda. wharf to the Culs-
tom wharf, Belize, but not porterage !,t-r;.een
mill and wharf or wharf and mill, respectively.

Tenders are also In\ in-.1 for the transport of
sundry produce in bags of loo lbt. each nett
weight of beans, peas, corn, etc., and of rice bran
in bags of zoo lb. each nett weight from Tuntsrt
Gorda to Belize.

Tenders must be submitted to the Secretary
of the Board of Agriculture not later than the
22nd February, r941.

The highest or any tender will not necessarily
be .7cccpted-.

By Order.











jo B':RfTISir HONDURAS GAZETTE


BR`ITISHI- HOND1URAS, TO WIT:

Toledlo District.

BE it remembered that on the 5th day of
August, 1940, complaint was made before E. O.
B. Batrrowr, Esquire, District Commissioner,
Toledlo, and one of His Majesty's Justices of the
Peace in and for the said Colony of British Hon-
duras, for that G. L. SHAWV being the owner of
certain land to wit; 8,329 acres situate at Hope
Creek in the Toledo District 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 Toledo Distirct
amounting to $12~4.93 within the meaning of the
of the Land and Property Tax Ordinance--
Chapter 24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924q; and
now at this day, to wit, on the 13th day of Jan-
nary, I04I, at Punta Gorda the parties aforesaid
appear before me the undersig~ned District Com-
missionler but the said G. L. Shaw although
duly called doth not appear by himself, his


dursas, for th~at the BRITIISH HON'DE'RAS
COMlPANY being the owners of certain land, to
wit: 46,oz4 acres situate between ~Moho River
and Rio Grande, and within the jurisdiction of


BRITISH HNONDUR:RA9,' rO WIT:

Toleda District .


B3E it remembered that on the 5th day of L NU UC '"t U L L' rl V r
arrers o t ges nct and osthi tn lattopay
August, 1940,compla~int, was made before E.O.B. araso ae nsc adohrta adt
Barrow, Esquire, District Commissioner, T'oledo, a town in the Toledlo District amounting to
and one of His iMajesty's Justices of the Peace $685-70 for the year 1940/41 within the meaning
in and for the said Colony of British Honlduras, of the Lanet and Property Tax Ordinance--
for that the BRIT'ISH HONDURAS DSEVEL- C:h -ilter 24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924; and
OPMENT COMPANYJ being the owners of cer- now at this day, to wit, on the 13th January,
tain land, to wit, 18,5r3 acres situate at Sarstoon 1941 at Punta Gorda the parties aforesaid appear
Rivr, nd ithn te jrisicton f te Curtbefore me the undersigned District Commission-
dMer an d win ad e so idito ne dp e r o r o but thesaMd B ishthHon uraseCongthy al-

the oleo Dstrct mouningto 398oo.forselves, their Counsel, or Attorney, and it is nowb
th yar 13940an r40~I wthn hem. n satisfactorily proved on oath, that the said
theyeas 93940and190/4, wthn te ean Eitish Honduras Company have been duly
it~lf4'11:Cd 2 w enncn d wih th cumo i thsebe~half by three
now at this day, to wit, on the I13th day of Jan- osctv ulain n h zee td
ur I9t t Pu""i sord th pa~e fsaid agsDec mber 0 2odch8 Dredem er, '9b and
missioner but the said BRITISH HONDUR.AS appear here at this day before such Justices of
DEVEOPMNT OMPNY atho~h ulythe Peace for the said Colony as should now be
called doth not appear by themselves, theirheetanwrhesi opatadtob
Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now satisfactorily further dealt with according to law; and now



secutive publications in the Gazette dated zIst / 6815alo on or before the 3 t Mearrch, t9h41, next,
December, 1940, 28th Deccembers, 1940, andU 4th." the sum of two dollars for his costs in this be-
January, I-941, which required them to be andhafaniftesvrlusbeotpdonr
haif an h oh aeea Cum ob no oi t I r

furh e d at with acc ddit ;aw adtnomb goods and chattels of the said British Honduras
havng ear th materof he aidcomlaitCompanyi unless the said several sums, and all
haIn doadjdg the saide Britihe Hondra Develop-t costs and charges of the said distress shall be
ment Comlpanly to pay toD the said Clerkr of Court onr ad
the sum of ;)A-I.? forthwith on or before the
31st M1rch, 194r, nexrt, and also to pay to the C iven under myr hand and seal, this 13th day
said Clerk of Court the sum of two dollars for of January in the year of our Lord one thous-
his costs in this behalf; and if the several sums and nine hundred and forty-one at Punta Gords
be not paid on or before the 3Ist Mlarch, r941, I ini the Colony aforesaid.
hereby order that the same be levied by distress
and sale of the ::,,h and chattels of the said H S. RASSIM,
BRITISH HONDURAS DEVELOPMENT
COMIPANY unless the said several sums, and. Aci'ting District: CornMnissioner, L.S.
all costs and charges of the said distress shall Toledo.
b~e sooner paid.


Given under my hand and seal, this I3th day
of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Punta Gorda in
the Colony aforesiaid.


H. S. RASSIM~,
Actingn District Commpsissioner,
Toledo.


* S.


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

Toledo D~istrict.

BE it renmemered that on the 5th day of
A~ugudt 1940, complaint was made before E. O.
B. Barrowj, Esquire, Dist~rict .Commissioner,
Toledlo, and.one-of His Majesty's Justices of the
Peace in anld for the said Colony of British Hon-











BRITISH. HONDURAS GAZE~TTE 53


BRITISH HONDURA.S, TO WIT:
Toledo District.

BE it remuembered that on the 5th day of
August, 1940o, complaint was made before E. O
B3. Barrow, Esquire, District Commissioner,
Toledo, and one of His Majesty's Justices of the
Peace in and for the said Colony of British Hon-
duras,, for that ALBBERT PRICE being thle own-
er of certain land to wit: 20 acres situate at
Punta Gorda-San Antonio Road 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 towMn in the Toledo District
amounting to fo-So within the meaning of the
Land and Property Tax Ordinance--Chapter
z4 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924; and now at
this day, to wit, on the 13th day of January,I941,
at Punta Gorda the party aforesaid appear
before me the undersjigned Djistrict Conmmission-
er but the said Albeit Price although duly called
doth not appear by himself, his Counsel, or
Attorney, and it i3 now satisfactorily proved on
oath, thiat the said Albert Price h s been duly
served writh the summons in this boehalf by three
consecutive publications in the Gazette dated
21st Decembe~r, r940, 28th Decenter, Hy o, and
4-th January, r194r, which required h~im to be
I Lnd appear here at this dlay before suchi Justic es
ouf the Peace for thle said Colony as should now
tbe hete to answer the said rcomplaint and to be
further dealt wit~h acco~rding: to lawf; and now
having heard th~e matter of the said complaint,
I do adjudge the said Albert Price to pay to the
Clerk o'f the Court th1e sum of $0.30< nor before
the 31st Mareb, rg41, next, and also to pay to
the said Clerk of the Court the sum of twvo dol-
lars for his costs in this behalf; and if the several
sums be not paid on or before the 31st March,
1941I, I hereby order that the same be leviedby
distress and sale: of the goods and chattels of the
said Albert Price and in defanlt of sufficient
distress in that behalf I adjudge the said Albert
Price unless the said several surns, and all costs
and charges of the said distress shall be sooner
paid.

Given under my hand and seal, this 13th day
of Janluary m the year of our Lord One thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Punta Gorda in
the Colony a~foresaid.

H. S. RASSIM,
Acting D~istrct Comm~issioner, L.S.
Toletdo.


BRITISHI HO~NDURAS, TO WMIIT:

Toledo District

BE it remembered that on the 5th day of
August, 1940, complaint was made before E. O.
B. Barrow, Esqluire, District Commissioner'
Toledo and one of His Majesty's Justices of the
Peace in and for the said Colony of British Hon~
duras, for that FRANK H-AY7LOCK being the
owner of certain land to wit: '5 acres situate at
Deep' River Bluff and within th~e jurisdiction of
the C 3urt did neglect and does still neglect to pay
arrears of taxes on such land other than land in
a town in the Toledo District amounting to $1.12
within the meaning of the Land andi Property
Trax Ordinance-Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
]Laws, 1924; anld now at this day, to wit, on the
r3th day of January, 1941, at Punrts Gorda the
party aforesaid appear before me the under-
signed District Commissioner but the said F~rank
Haylock although duly called doth not appear
by himnself, his Counsel, or Attorney~, and it is
nowv satisfactorily proved on oath, thatC the said
Frank Jlaylock has beenl duly served with the
summons in this behalf by three ca~,secutive
publica-tions in the Gazetic dated 21~st Decemnber,
r940, 29th December, 1940,~ and 4Ith January,
1941, 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
accrdi# o lw; ndnowhavngh ad th
mate re te lsad cnp ai t,ha d adj rge the
said Franlk Haylock to pay to the Clerk of the
Court the sum of $1.I2 on or before the 3zst
March, 194r, next, and also to pay to the said
Clerk of the Court the sum of twvo dollars for
his costs in this behalf; and if the several suns
be not paid on or before the :1st, Marrch, T!99~,


Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now satisfactorily
prove~d. n oath, that the said G. L. Shaw has
been duly served with the summons in this be-
half by three consecutive publications in the
Gazette dated zsist December, 1940j, 28th D~ecem-
ber, 1940, anld 4thz January, 1941, 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 G. ~L. Shaw to
pay to the Clerk of the Court the sum of $12493
on or before the 3Ist March, 194I, next, and also
to pay to the said Clerk of the Court the sum of
two dollars for his costs in this behalf; and if
the several sums be not paid on or before the i
31st March, 1941, I hereby order that the same i
be levied by distress and sale of the goods and
chattels of the said G. L. Shawt unless the said
several sums, and all costs and charges of the
said distress shall be sooner paid.

Given under my hand and seal, this r3th day
of January in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Punta Gords in
the Colony aforesaid.


H. S'. RASSIM,


I herebsy order that the same be levied byv dis-
tressand sale of the goods and chattels of the
said Franlk Hafylock and in defaultl of juffic~ient
distress in that behalf I adjudge the said Frank
H~aylock unless the said several sums,
and all costs and charges of the said distress
shall b~e sooner paid.

Given under my hand and seal, this r13th day
of January in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Punt~a Cocrda in
the Colony afor~esaid.

H. S. RASSIMl,


Acting District Com~missio/ner*
Toledo.


L.S


Acting District Comnmissioner,
Toledo .


L.S











Sz ~ ~ ~ BRI'150 HON~IX.RA~S GAZ'BTTEl~~


No. 26. wihth~n the meaning~ of t:h E Lndt and P~Propry
Tax Ordinane 0 hrIt:rr 24 of the CEtionsoid~ated
BRITISH HONDUrRAS, TO WIT: L-aws, 1924.
These~- are therefore o commandi yo~u in HiS
BELIZE DISTRICT. Majesty's name to be anzd laffear oz Fridayr
the 14th day of MLIarch, 194I, at ten o'clock i~n ;1le
BE, IT REMEMIBERED that on the 6~th day fo~renoon a~t Orange li alk before such Jutifes
of January, 1941, compllaint wias made before of thue Peace for the said Colony as may thelr be
Woldrich Harrison Courtenay, a Magistrate for there to aniswr to the oaid compai~t: and to be
the Belize District and on~e of His Majesty's further dealt with aLCcording~ to law.
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that BETTY ESCAL- .Given under mly hand an~d seal this third day
ANTE, ERNESTO ESCAL ANTE and AN~TO- '' C"!. 'r uu in the yetar of our Lord on~e thousand
NIO OZAETA agents for the Estate of Francisco, nmet hundreds and forty4-one at OlangOe Walk
Escalante being the owners or owner of certain in the Colony afole:-aid.
land other than land in a town to wit: 3,675
acires situate at Double Run, Belize River and
within the jurisdiction of the Court did neglect E.: O. B. BARWRO,
and do still ngr~lect, contrary to section 3 of the: Distric~t Commtriss~ioner,
Land and Property Tax Ordinance--Chapter 24 Northern D~istrict.
of the Consolidated L~aws, I924, to pay arrears
of taxes on such land amounting to $156.3I for
the years 1938-39j, r939-40o and 31940-41, and
now at this day, to wiit, on the 3rst day of Janu- N~co. 78.
trary, 1;941, at R~elize, AWlbet Johnston, duly
appointed by the Director of Surveys in that BJRITISH HON\IDURAC, TO WiIT:
behlalf, appears before inec the und ignal;u~
Magistrate but the said Betty Escalante, Er- NORTHERN DISTRICT.
neit~o Escalante and Antonio Ozaeta, although
duly e lled! doth not aLppear by themselves, their
counsel, or attorney, and it isnow -Iui:.wt.oil\ TO Catalina MlaliC, Orange Walk.
proved on oath thatc the said Betty Escalante,
Ernesto Escalante and AntLonio Ozaeta have WHEREAS complaint hath this day been
been duly served with the summons in this he- made before the undersigned one of His
half which required them to be and appear here am yonri:-'s.Justices of the Peace in and for the
at this day before such Justices of the Peace for salid Colony of British Honduras, for that you
the said Colony as should nlow be here to answer Catalina Malic being: the owner or owners of
the said cormplaint and to be further dealt with certain lands with houses and buildings thereon
according to law; and now~ ha~vingf heard the in the towcn of Orange Walk in the Northern
matter of the said complaint, I do adjudge the District and within the jurisdiction of the Court,
said Betty~ Escallate, Ernesto Escalante a~nd did neglect and does still neglecttopay arrears of
A4ntonio Ozaeta to pay to the siad Director of taxes on such land in a town amounting to $F4.20
Suruves the sum of $556.3I forthwith anld also Ifor the years ag.::-- y' to 1939-401, within the
to pay to the said Director of Surveys th.. sum meaning of thle L~and and Prop~ E rlty Tax Ordi-
of P-.lNo for his costs in this behalf. nance Chapter 24 of the Consolidated L~aws,


No. 77.

.BRITISH HOND1URAS, TO WIT:

NORTHERN DISTRICT.

To The Estate of Caleb Hall, Orange: W~a~lk.

WHEREAS compla~iint hath this day been
mrade before the undersigned one of His
M~iajesty's Justices of the Peac~e in and for the
said Colony -of British Honduras, for that you
The Estate of Caleb Hall being the owner or
owners of certain hands with houses and build-
ings thereon in th~ tl.\\in of Orange Walkr in the
Northern Dist~ricaiL,~tr within the jurisdiction of
the Court, did ne~~ nrtl does still neglect to pay i
strears of taxes oZ such land in a town amount-
ing to $19.40 for the years 1937-38 to 19J40-41,


No. 79.

BRITISH HONDURZAS, TO WIT:

BELIZE DISTRICT.

BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 6th day
of January, 1941,~ complaint was made before
Woldrich Harrison Couartenay,.a M~agistrate; for


1924.
Thel-c are therefore to command you in His
Majesty's name to be and apipear on Friday the
14th day of March, 1941l, at ten o'clockr in the
forenoon. at Orange W'alk before suchl Justices
of the Peace for the said Colony as may then bce
there to answer to the said complaint and to be
fuxtrther dealt with according to-1aw.
Given under my hand and .ceal this thiird dayf
of E'tbruary in the year of our ~Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Orange Wlalkt
in the Colony aforesaid.


Given under my hand and: seal this 3rst day
of January in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and fortyr-one at Belize in the
Colony aforesaid.


W. H. COUET: T'E.N..11, '
Magistrate, Belize.


E. O. B-. BARROW,
District Commirzssioncr,
?,.;,.1. .,, District.


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BRITISH HONDURAS GAZI;ETTE 53


not passed at least the First Year Pupil
Teachers' Examination.

By Order.

B. E. CARMAN'
Director of Edu~cation,


Educration Office,
Belize, 22nzd Janunaryr, 1941.

TEACHEitS' & PUPIL TEACHERS'
EXAMINATIONS, 1941,

It is hereby notified for general information
that the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Exam-
instions, 194 willbe held on Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday, the 6th, 7th and 8th MLay
1941~ at Belize, also at Cayo, Corozal and Punta
Gorda if there are sufficient candidates at these
places.

2. Applications for entry must be made on
form 5 for the Teachers' Examinations and form
6 for the Papil Teachers' Examninations and
muast reachi the Edlucbaton Onffice not later than the
31st 2March, 1941. As after this date no entry
wvill be received, inltendinlg candidates should
send in their entries, duly completed and signed,
as early as possible so as to allow- for possible-
delay in the mail.'

3. Pupil teachers ana their principals are re-
minded that failure by a pupil teacher to tare
the examination involves his, or her dismlissal,

4. Principal teachers are further reminded
that'no pupil teacher can be engaged who has


District Comamissionaevs Office'
Or~ange Walkt, 6tht Februa~ry, 1941.,

NORTHERN DISTRICT
Sittingf of Court (Outdistricts).

NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance of
the provisions of the District Commissioners
Ordinance--Chapter 172 of the Consolidated
Lawus, Ig24-as amended by the District Coml-
missioners (Amendment) Ordinance, 1933 (No.
19 of 10,33), and in pursuance ~of the Distric~t
Courts Civil Procedure Ordinance-Chapter ?77
of the Consolidated Laws, 1924--as amended by
the District Courts Civil Procedure (Ame~nd-
ment) Ordinance, 1934 (No. 7 of 19341), the
District Commissioner intends visiting the Hill
Baank area on the Igth and moth Ezebruary, 1941,
Swhecn a Court will be held at the village of Hill
Bank on the rl9th, and at Cenoti on the zoth at
ten o'clock for the transaction of all business
connected with the Court.
All those concerned are hereby notified to be
and appear at the above-mentioned village or
place at the date and time appointed for such
Court.
By Order.

E~. O. B. BARROW,
District Commtissioner,
N~otihernt District.





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ss District and one of His Majesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that PA4UL BEN-
JAMINJ MERRITT being the owner of certain
land other than land in a town to wit: 22,ooo
acres situate at Sibun River in the Belize Di -
trict and within the jurisdiction of the Court
did neglect and does still neglect, contrary to
section 3 of the Land and Property Tax Ordti-
napce-Chapter 241 of the Consolidated Laws,
1924, to pay arrears of taxes on such land a-
mounting to Jjt,380.oo for the years 193$-38,
1938-39, I939-40 and 1940-41, anld now at this
day, to wit, on the 3Ist day of January, 1941'
at Belize, Albert Johnston, duly appointed by
the Director of Surveys in that behalf, appears
before me the undersigfned Magistrate but the
said Paul Benjamin Merritt although duly called
doth not appear by himself, his counsel, or at-
torney, and it is now satisfactorily proved on
oath, that the said Paul Benjamin Mierritt has
been duly served with the summons in this be-
half 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 Paul Benjamin Merritt tco pay to the said
Diirector of Surveys the sum of $1,380.oo forth-
with and also to pay to the said Director of Sur-
veys the sure of $2.oo for his costs in this behalf.

Given under my hand and seal this 3Ist day
of January in the year of our L~ord one thousand
nine hundred and fortyi-one at Belize in the
colony aforesaid.


No. 80.


W. H. COU~RTE~NAY,
Malgistrater BrEize.


~BF~











44BI~QTISHP HONDUf~RAS GAE~T TE~

No. SI. Surveyr Dpasrtment, by Crown latnd (pine ridge), Easr;t by Crown land
(pine ridge), South by the road, West by ~Crowun
Belize, 8th~ February, 1941' land {pinre ridge) .. .. 5 acres
*Ja~n.. 22, 1941--CHARLES SE7MON~--
LAN D APPbLICATIONS. 3elizec istricet, situat~e cour of iant-ana 1Re-
serves on the old road from Belize to Corozal,
APPICATIONUS in connection with Crown Northl by lands approved to W. J. Burke and JT.
Lands are notifiedl in the Government Gazette for BaylIiss, East by Iland approved to O. H. W-~igh~t,
the purpose of giving any person an oppur t unity' Sou~th ~by the road, West bY4 CrouI n land; ei ngu
of making any representations to this offlee in land formerly app~-roved to N. Hanson and Lorica
relation to any such application. Ferguson .. 19a. Or. 11p.
."***Ja~n. 23, Ig4I--MAROARITA LAURIE--
Such applications will be inserted in at least L$Toldo District, situa~te west of the vi~':-~ <.- o
three separate issues of the Gazette before they ygm ue.;,,I, North by Crown~ land, East byi lanrd
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that o lrneMrn ot yConlnWs
naplicants must be prepared for this delay. by land of S. Conrnor .. .. 1 acre
T'he following applications. are hereby notified. ***Feb. 3. 1941-A~RTHURZ FRAN\CISCC--
Stann Creek District, situate between .i-ilins
By Order. River and M~angrove Creek, North by Sections
*I Nos. 54 and 56, East by road reserve and Section
No~. 74, South- by Section No. 78, West by- road
G. S. BUSBY, reserve and Sections Nos. 50 and 7o; 1 .:.1 See-
Acting DZirector of Surveys. t~ion No. 72 nlow heeld on lease by applicants
25a. 8r. 26p.
**Feb. 4, 19)4I-WILIAMP J. BROCWN\--
Pelvei District, situate on the right ascending
Sthe Be~lie-One~alv3 Road adt 29) Miles, No'rth by
TO LOase* lanld approved to R. A. Smith, East by land
*Jan. 7, 1941L-ROSALITA C. de 'COWO~-- approved to Ranidol~ph Coot, So~uth Ly road
Cayo D~istrict, situate in the towrn of Benque reserve and land granted to Peter Elrir~gton,
Vijo. ot No1. 84A~. Wiest byb~ tenl acres approved' to,!l i: 1: a
***Jan. Ij, 1941- ANA\LLET A~ VELASQUEZ 12 acres
-Stann Creek District, situate in the town of ***Fe~b. 4, IS941-GEOFFREY SWA:BEEY--
Stann Creek; being lot formerly leased to Fran- Belize D~istrict, situate on the left am-alring~
cisco Avaloy Lot Nor. 215 EBelie Rive opprosite May Pen Next; Iy ;thre
**Jan. 25, 1941--ALBERT BITRN--Belize river- and -land granted ~to applicant, Fast ty
District, situate on the left ascending Belize /Crown land, Southi by Crown land and land
Riverr, o~ppsite Betsy Goff Ridge, Nor~th by the granted to W~m. Mt3c~ulloch, West byr tl-e river
river, East by land approved to .lattheii Spini and landgfrant~d toiapplican~t ce
South by Crown land, Weist by Crown1 land +**Feb. 4. 194r-BXE.NRYT DAWECh--Eelize
100 acres T~i turat situate on the lef~t ascending PEl-ize
River near Cattle Pen and Big Eddie (a) North
I- ---~--and West by the riv-er, East by land granted to

VO PUFC 3@Se. land granted to i\hl mII. McCulloch andi Crown
land .. .24 acres
*Dec. II, I?4o--STEWA RT COLEMIANU- (b) N'orth by the river, East byp land granted to
Touledo District, situante on the left ascending William M~cCulloch-, Soulth by Clownr land, W~est
Monkey River, Nor~th by Crowin land, East by b y Crown land .,. .20 acres
Crown land, South by Crowcrn land, West by
Crown land; being block No. 51 formerly grantedii- ~ ~ ~~
to H. S. Carmichael .... 20 acres Fo Fre Gra
**Jana. 8, Ig4r--ALEX ANDRINA MIART~I-O fe at
NEZ and FRANC3ES HILLZ--Stann Creek Dis- D~ec. 2, 194c--GEORGE GLCERERC-- Stanu
triict, situate in the Carib ;Resjerve; being block Clreek District, situate in the Carib Reserve;
No. 17 .. .. acres being blocks Nons. 256 and 257 10 res
*"Jan. 15, r941--ETHEL LEE-Belize Diis- Jan. 20, Igqi- J~ESTSS I\;i N'LEZ%-C.o o Diz-
trict, situate at Western L~agoon, Manaitee, near trict, situate about 2 miles south-east o-f T<. c!ye
Coconut Pojint, North byp Western L~agoon, East VI 'ejo, North by block RCo. 561, Fast 1 y- wcad
by Crown land, Sot-h by Cro~wn land, West by reserve: and block N'o. 718, Southn by block ho.
Crown land ... .. 203 acres 586, West by block N'o. 563; being block 50. 5i02
*Jan. 18, T941--JAMl1 ES cILSON-~-&~~lver i 20 acres
District, situate on the rightr ascending MVanatee Janl. r?5, Ig41I-ALIFF: F. C*CLfl IMIN- Cayoo
River, North by Crow-n land, East by land ap- IDistrict, situate ao~utr If mriles Eoutleas, ofl
proved to James Bailey, Southl by the river, B enqlue Viejo, Nocrth by road reserve ardl bkcks
West by Crown land (caves); being a portion of Nos. 5537 and 554,~ Eas~t by the eastern p~ortion
land formerly approved to Shedrach Williams of block NTo. 569, Soutb by Crown land, H'~eut by'
10 acres block N~o. 570 and the Benique Viejo-Arenal
**Jan. 20, 194I--ALBERTHA SMITH-- Read; being~ the wc;estern portion of block No,
Stsan Creek District, situate neaLr the.I8 1Vile 569 .. .. .. .. .. 20 acres
Posit on the Stann Creek Valley Road, North by Jan. 25, 1941I-JUTAN B. CONCGORA--Cayo
laned occupied by Charles Knight, East by Crown District, situate ~it miles soulth- east of B~enqlue
land, South by Ovown land, West by land oc- Viejo, North by road reserve and block No- 554,
cupied by Efida Butler .. .5 scres IEas~t by block No. 568, SouthL ~by Crowin land;
*Jan. 21, 1941--JOSEP H A. YOU~NG-- West by the western portion of block No. 569;
Relli ze District, situate on the left ascending tbo- being th-e eastern portion of block No- 569s
Belize-Crozatr Road, at the 1 To Miles post, North 20 acr~ea:











BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 55


Jacn. 27, I941--BENIGNO RERN~ARDEZ-- their incomes in respect of the year ending 31st
Stann Creek District, situate in the Carib Re- December, 1940, on or before the 31st March,
serve; being block N\o- I43 .. 5 acres 1 941.
Jan. 29, 1941--THE CORPORATE BODY OF
THE ROMAN CATHOIIC C'HE k cH' IN 2. Returns by employers of -salaries, etc.,
BRIISHHONURA-Stnn ree Ditritsh-ould be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch
situate in the Village at Seine Bight Lots (Treasury) not later than tht 31st March, r941.
Nos. 28 and 29 3. In the case of any pJerson carryving on busi-
Feb. 3, I1941-GEORGE LOCARIO-BReli~e ness, a certified copy of the P'rofit & L~oss Ac-
Distcric~t, situate in th- Chichawate Area, N1\ort~h count and Balanlce Sheet should accompany
by Crown land, East by land granted to George~ the return.
Robateau, South by Crown land, West by Crown
land .. ..2 acres 4. All returns, etc., should be sent under
Feb. 4, 1941---IVIAN BECKFORD>--Belize Dis- Confidential Covler to the Income Tax Branch
trict, situate near the Belize-Corozal Road, (Treasury), Belize, or to the District- Commlis-
North by road reserve and block ~o. 22, East sioner in an ouzt-district, from whom the neces-
by Crown land. South by road reserve and land sary forms can be obtained on application.
granted to ML. M. Mitchell, Wlest by road reserve 5. Failure to file Returns within the time
and blacks Nos. I and 4; being- blocks Nos. 23 prescribed by law will render taxpayers liable
and 4 .20 aresto prosecution without further warning.

By Order.
rCancellations-Leases.
R. E. TURZNBULL,,
M.P. ,S.:. 7r3-26-SEBASTIAN' NUREZ:-- no T Csmsi:!
Tobledio District, situate in the townn of Punta InoeTxComsinr
Gorda. Lot No. 405. Owing to the death of
the le~ssee.
Mb.P'. S.G. 696p-L;-IE:ON ORA CORDON~T- No. 82. Forest Office,
Toledo District, situate mn the town of M'nd;l:e-y
River. Lot No. 4. For non-paymnitl of rent. Belize, 8tlh Februaryv, I94I.
M.P. S.G- 432-34--PABL~O AVI~LAToledo
District, situate in the town of Punta Gorda. FOREST APPLICATIONS.
Lot No. 365. At the request of the lessee.
M.P. S.G. 457-34-GEORGE COLEMANT- The following applications for forest licences
TSoledo Distr~ict, situate on the right ascending are published as required by Rule 13 of the
Bladen Branch, Mlonkey River. 23 acres Forest Rules, 19)27, in order to give any person
(block N'o. 86). At the request. of the lessee. an opportunity of making representation with
MV.P. S.G. 184.-37--CEESTINO J. ORTIZ- -regard to any such application. No such re-
Toledo District, situate west of the town of prbesentationwillbe considered unlessit is lodged
Punta Corr1a. 2 acres. At the request of the at the Fobrest Office (addressed to the Conserva-
lessee. tor of Forests and not to any forest officer by'
namet) within fourtern days of the date of pub-
------------------- -----------lication of the Gazette in which the advertises
Can~ellatiRS-Locatio Tikt.Ient of the applications first appears.

MI.P. S.G. o937-WTiILIAM.4 YOUNO:-ToledoByOdr
District, situate on the left ascending Swasey NEIL, S. STEVENSON,
Branch, Monkey River. 20 acres. For non-
payment of the sixthl in~stalmenrt. Consenrvtor of Forests.
M.-P. S.G. 08tg-NEFSTOR CASTRO-To~ledo -l L --
District, situate on the left ascendlingj Swasey
Branch, M~onkey- River. 25 acres (block No. Second Publilcation.
349). For non-payment of the fourth instal-l
ment. DENBIGH JEFFERY:--Stann Creek Dis-
MI.P. S.G. 1603~-MARIE FORBE!S-BRelize /trict: Crown L~ands (a) In thke upper drainage
District, rituate near the Belize-COrcGza ROad. Basin of Mullins River; (b) in the drainage
20 acres. For non-paymnent: of the first and basin of Big Eddy Branch of North Stann Creek
second instcalments. ;west of licence area No. 19 of 1939; (c) in the
M.P. S.G. IM803-AARON M4cDOW'ELLT-- drainage basin of the south branch of North
Toledlo District, situate on the left ascending Stann Creek above Swayne's ]Pool; and (d) in
Columbia. Branch, Rio Grande. 22a. Or. 36p. Ithe drainage basin of north branch of North
At the requnest of the settler. Stann Creek west of the property of Sharp Bros.
asnd the valley of Dry Creek extending north-
-- -- -wards as far as the first gorge and bounded on
Ithe west by the hills west of Dry Creek.
The Treasucry,
!Mahogany .. 100 trees Min.
Belize, 25th January, 1941.
SJAMIES GOFF:-Northern District: Amend-
NOTICE* ment of previous application for Big Pond, to
INUCOMIE TAX. include Crown lands on left ascending New River
From Big Pond to Dawson Creek, rnumbered 290,
PERSONS liable to pay Income Tax are re- 28 n 8 nth rprymp
minded that they are required to file returns of Mahoganmy .. 100 trees Min.





















GOVERNMENT


GAZETTET

BIRITISH HONDURAS
PUBLT$HED BY AUTHORITY.

No. 8 BELIZE, 15ith FEBRUARY, 1941 Page .57

No. 83. M.P. 0301'6.
Colonial SJecretary's Office,
Belize, 12th February, 194L,
His Excellency the Governor directs the publication, for general information, of
the following Order of His Majesty in Council.
By Command,
R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretaryv.


ALbLIED FORCES
ALLIED FORCEs (APPLICATION OF 23 GEO. 5. C. 6) (No. 1) ORDER, 1940.


At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 11th day of October, 1940.
PRESENT,
The King's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.
Whereas by subsection (3) of section one of the Allied Forces Act,
1940, His Majesty is empowered by Order in Council to provide for the
application to any naval, military or air forces of any foreign Power allied
with His Majesty of subsections (2) to (5) of section one, of sections two
and three, of subsections (1) and (3) of section five, and of section six of
the Visiting Forces (British Commonwealth) Act 1933, as amended by or
under any enactment, subject to such adaptations, modifications, and ex-
ceptions as may be provided by the Order:
Now, therefore, His Majesty, in exercise of the said powers, and of
all other powers enabling Him in that behalf, is pleased, by and with: the
advice of His Privy Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:










58 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE
I- *I.

Application of 1 Such of the provisions hereinbefore recited as are contained in the
;'o fcs of. Schedule to this Order shall have effect, as therein set out with adaptations
allied Powers. and modifications, in relation to the naval, military and air forces of the
following Powers allied with His Majcjesti. that is to sahy:-
Belgium, the Czechoslovak Republic, the Netherlands, Norway,
Poland.

Interpretation. () In this paragraph and in the Sche~dule to this Order, unless the
context otherwise requires, the following expressions have the meanings
Thereby respectively assigned to them, that is to say:--
"Allied force'" means any body, contingerit or detachment of the
naval, nilitaryr or air forces of an allied Power which is, with the con-
terit of His Mafesty's Government in the United K~ingdom, lawfully
present in the United Kingdom or on board any of His Majesty's ships
ir aircraft;
"Allied Power" means any, of the Powvers mentioned in the last
f~oregoing paragraph;
"Court" includes a service Court of Inquiry, and any officer of an
allied force wyho is empowered by the law of the allied Power to which
the force belongs to review the proceedings of a service court of that
Power, or to investigate charges, or himself to dispose of charges, and
the expression "sentence" shall be construed accordingly;
'"Home forces" means the naval, military and air forces of His
Majesty raised in the United Kingdom; and "home force" means any
body, contingent, or detachment of any of the home forces;
"Member" in relation to an allied force includes a person who,
being a member of another force of the same allied Power, is attached
to the allied force, but a person shall not be deemed to be a member of
the forces of an allied Power, unless he serves in the armed forces of
that Power in a capacity corresponding to that of an officer or other
rating or rank of His Majesty's forces; and
"LService courts" and "se~rtice auihorities" mean, naval, military
and air force courts and authorities.
(2) Any power conferred by the provisions hereinbefore recited, as
applied by this Order, to make an Order in Council shall be construed as
including a power to revoke or vary the Order.
(3) The Interpretation Act 1889, applies to the interpretation of this
Order as it applies to the interpretation of an Act of Parliament.

Short title. 3 This Order may be cited as the Allied Forces (Application of 23
Geo. 5. c. 6) (No. 1) Order, 1940.
Rupert B. Howorth.

3---f~---

SCH-EDULE.,

The Provisions of 23 Geo. 5. c. 6. applied with Adaptations and
Modifications .
Provisions ivith I-()
respct to dis- (2) The members of any service court of an allied Powier exercising jurisdie-
p i aenaf~~E tion by virtue of the Alied Forces Act, 194Lu, and witnesses appealring before any
tration of allied such court shall enjoy the like inlnuunities and pr-ivileges as are enjoyed by a service
forces. court exercising jurisdiction by virtue of the Naval~ Discipline Act, the Army Act
or thze Air Force Act, as the case may be, and by witnesses appeatring before suc-h
a court.
()Wherte anly sentnce h~as, w~heher within or without the United Kingdiom,
been passed up~on a member of an allied force by- a service court of the allied Powevr
Sto which. thae force belongs, then~r for the purposes of any le~g~al proceedings wcithiin
the Uinited Kingdo~m the court shall be deem-ed to have been properly constitutled,
atid its p~roc~eedline shall b~e deemed to have been regularly conducted, and the
sentetnce -.tudl b~e deemed~lr to be within the jurisdiction of thet courlt and in acco~rdance
with ther l~aw of that P'owrer, anzd if executed according tol the tenour thereof shall
be deemed to have beetn lawfully executed, and any member of abn allied force wvho
is detainedl in custody in pursuatnce of any~ such sentence, Ir peindiiin the i4.-trs u sic t:-
tion by such a service court as aforesaid of a charge brought against himt, shiall for
the ipurporses of any such proceedings as aforesaid be deemed to he in legal oustody~.
For the~ purposes of anyr such pro~.cedling, s as aforesaid a certijficate unier th~e
hand of thie offlicr~ I :mlnan;n r an ~allied fo.rl% that a member of that force is being#










BRITISH HONDURAS GAETTE s


detait~d for either of the causes aforesaid shall be conclusit e evidence of the ea use
of his detenztionz, but not o-f his being such, a member, and a ~c;tijicat.1 under the
hand of such an officer that their persons specified in the certificate sat as a service
court of the allied Power to which the force belongs sh~-all be conclusive evidence
of that fact,
(4) N~o proceediings in respect of t-he payr, terms of service or discharge of a
mrember of an allied force shall be entertained b~y any court of the United Kinrgdom.
(j) For the purpose5 of enab-ling; the service courts and service authorities of
an allied Power- to exercise more effectively the powe trs conferred uponn them by
the Allied Fo~rces Act, 394.0, the Admiralty, Arn: y Counrcil, or A4ir Coclicil, as the
case may be, if so requested by the officer corrwranding an alliedt force, or by the
Government of the allied Power to which the force b~elongs, may from time to time
by generalor specLial orders to any home force direct the members th~ereof to arrest
memb~ers of the allied -force alleged to have been guilty of offences against the law
of that Pow~er, and to hand over any person so arrested to the appropriate author i-
ties of the allied force.
a.--(r) His Malji-t\' may by Order in Council ;I1ethn~i-e anly Govergment Relations of
department, Mlinister of the Crowtn, or other person in the U~nited Kingdoml, to anied forces to
perform, at the request of such authority or officer as may be specified in the Order, ~edc it swer
but subject to such limitations as may be so specified, any function in relation to
an allied force and me~mbers thereof which- that department, Minister, or person
performs or could perform in relation to a iorne force of lik~e nature to the allied
force, or in relation to members of such~ a force and-1, ~for the purpoJse o~f the exercise
of any such function, anly power exercitsable by virtue of anyl enactment by the
Minister, department or pe~rson in rela~tio~n to a house force or inenuters thereof
shall be exercisablel by himt or them in relatlion to the allied force and memlbers
therect:
Provided that nothing in this subsection~ shall authorize any interference writh
the allied force in matters relating to discipline, or to the internal administration
of thle force.
For the purposes of this subsection, thle Adrriralty, the Army4 Coun~cil and the
Air Counnil shall be deemed to be G~overmulent department.
(L) If His Majesty by Order in? Council so ~provides, n embecrs of an allied
fCorce if sentenced by~a service court of th& alliedl Powfer to thiih tl:e for~e belongs
to any fortn of imprison ment or deten~tion mlay, under the autho~rityi of a S5ecretary
of State or the Admliralty, given at the request o~f the officer commland~ing the
allied force, be temporadrily detained in custody in prisons or d-etenltion~ barracks
in the United Kingloml, or mlay, under the like a uthority, be imprisoned or detain-
ed during~ the whole or any part of the term o~f their sentences in prisons or deten-
tion barracks in the United Kingd-om, and H i-- hjJ -jt y may by thle samle or a sub-
sequenlt Order make prov-ision with respect to any of th~e follow ing n atters, that is
to say, the reception of such persons from, and their retu n to, the service auth~ori-
ties concerned, their treatment while in such custody, or while so imprisoned or
detained, the circumstances under wiYhich thiey are to be released, and the manner
in which they are to be dealt w~ith~ in the event of their uns~oundnless of mind while
in such custody, or wh~lile so, imprisoned or detained.
Any costs incurred! in the maintenance and return of, or otherwvise in connee-
tion writh, any pierson dealt with in accordance with the provisions of this subsec-
tion shall be defrayed in such manner as may, with the consent. of the 3Creasury,
be agreed between the Sec~retary of State or the Aldmiraltyl and the Governmetlt
of the allied PowFer concerned.
(3) Sub~ject as hereinafter provided, anly enactn:e~nt (wketter con~tained in
the Naval Discipline Alct, the Armly A4ct, the Air Force Act or any other statute)

(a) exempts, or provides for the exemlption of, any vessel, vehicle, aircraft,
machine or apparatus of, or employped for the pul poses of, the:
home forces or any of them from th-e operation of any enactmetlt

(b) inl virte of a connection with ther home forces or any of them, confers
a lu'iicilreg or immunity on any person, or
(c) in virtue of such1 a connection, excepts any property, trade or business,
in whole or in part, from the operation of any enactment, or from
any' tax, rate, imposition, toll or charge; or
(d) imposes upon any person or undertakxing ob-ligations in relation to the
home forces, or any of them, or any memlbe~r or service court thele-
of; or
(e) penalises misconduct by a.ny persons in relation to the home forces or
anly of them, or an~y member or service court thereof,
shall, with any necessary mnodifications, apply in relation to a.n allied force as it
would apply in relation to a home force of a like nature to the allied force:
Provided that His Majesty may by Order inl Council direct that any such
enactment either shall not apply, or shall apply with such exceptions and subject
to such adaptations or modifications as may be specified in the Order.
(4)An Order in Co uncil under this section may apply either generally, or in
relation to aIlliced fo~rit o~fl a ny particular allied Powel, or in relation to any particu-
lar allied force, or in relation to any particular place.
3.---(r) This section applies to t~he naval, military and air forces of allied Provisions Withi
Powers, whether or not they are allied forces as defined in paragraph a of this respwEc to ~e-
Order. -serters from cer-
tain forces.










6s BRITIH HONDURAS GAZETTE


(2) Subject to the provisions of this section, paragraphs (I) to (4) and para-
grraph (9) of section one hundred anld fifty-four of the Armly Acet (which relates to
the apprehension of deserters and absentees without leave from a home military
force) shall within the United Kingdoml apply in relation to a deserter. or absentee
without leave, from any forces to which this section applies, as they apply in relation
to a deserter, or absentee without leave, from a home military force, but as if any
reference in the said paragraphs to mlilitary custody included a reference to naval
or air force custody:
Pro-vided that thle said plragraph (9) sh-all not apply by virtue of this sub-
section exc-ept: in relation toi a deserter or absentee without leave from anl allied
force.
(3) No pe"rson wyho is alleged to be a dteserter from anly such force as afore-
said shall be apprehended or dealt with under this section except in compliance
with a specific request fromt the Governreuet of thle .!llied! Power to which the force
belongs, and a person so dealt with sh-all be handed over to the authorities of that
Power at such place in the United Kingrdom as may be agreed:
Provided that a person whto is allegedi to be a deserter or absentee without
leave from an allied force may also be apprehended and dealt with under this sec-
tion in compliance with a request, whether spc~cific or gene~ral, from thle officer
commanding that force.
(4) For thle purpOses of any proceedings under this section---
(i) a document purporting to be a certificate under the hand of the Secre-
tary~ of the Admiralty, the Secretary of the Army Council or the
Secretary of the A4ir Council, that a request has been made under
subsectio-n (3) of this section shall be admissible without proof as
evidence of the making of such a request,
(ii) a document purporting: to be a certificate under the hand of the officer
co~mmanding a unit or detachrment of any force to which this see-
tion applies that a named and described person was at the date of
the certificate a deserter, or absentee without leave, from that
force shall be admissible wVithout proof as evidence of the facts so
certified.


5.-(II) His Majesty may as regards any colony by Order in Counlcil direct
that the provisions of subsection (r) of section one of the Allied Forces Act, 194o,
together with the provisions, as applied by t'lis Order, of sections one to three of
the Vrisitingr Forces (British Commonwealth) Act, 1933, or such of those provisions
as may be specifiedt in the Order, shall, subject to such adaptations and modifica-
tions as mayr be so; specified, apply in that colony in relation to the forces of allied
Powers and in relatcion to deserters and absentees without leave, as they apply in
the Un~ited Kin~domn.
An Order in Council under this sulbsection may apply any such provisions
either generally, or in relation to the forces of any particular allied Power, or in
relation to any particular allied! ]' rie.

3)In this seCictlin the expression "colony" includes any territory which is
under His Majesty's protection.
6. TIhe last foregoing section shall apply in relation to any territory in re-
spect of which a mandate on behalf of the L~eague o f Nations is being exercised by
His Majesty's G~overnmlent in the United Kingdom as if that territory were for
the timew behi~g a colony.


dappications of
Act and of 3 8r
4 i Ceo 6 g
to Cooi










Application to
mandated
territories.


No. 84-


BR4ITISH HONDURAS WIN-THE-WAIR FUNo.

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE

for period ended 5th February, 1941.


EXPENDITURE.


RECBIP~.


$26,645.61
221.21



$26,866.82


Donations
Souvenir Buttons


Mobile Canteen
Bombing Plane
Expenses
Cash in Bank


$ 1,612.00
24,180.00
7.75
1,067.07

$26,866.82


tjC


R. H. EYLES,
Treasurer.


certified Correct.
D. P. UTTLEY,, Audlitor.
10/2/41











BRITWi .~HONDURAS ,94ETTE~~~~:~ 61


Colonial Secretary's Ollice,
Belifie, ro~th Febr~ury, 1941-

SECRETA~RY' OF STATE 'FOR THE
COLONIES.

His Excellency the Governor annoullces the
receipt on the 8th February, 194r, of the fo~llow-
ing telegram: -
"His Majesty The King has this day eL-
trusted to me the seals of the Colonial Depnrt-
mlent.
MOYNE."

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.



No. 86.M.P. 02650

Colonial Secretary's Ofice,
Belize, 10th Februta v~ 1941.

NOTICE. .
EXCHANGE CONTROL.-

It is hereby notified that all exemptial~is per-
missi~oritS, authorisations or consents, whether or-
al or written,~ granted, by the Government or by
the Royal Bank of Canada in its capacity as an
authorii d dealer, under the Defence (Finance)
Regulations, 1939, or the Defence (Fusa~n..e, Reg-
ulations, 1940, are hereby revoked and are no
longer valid. ALpplications for their renewal, if
such is desired, shioukld.be made in writing to the
Colonial Secretary.
This revocation sppjlies in particUlari to the
permissions ~granted mi 1939 for the retention by
certain per'sons anid companies of accounts:main-
tained in banks in countries outside the sterling
area. Such permissions will not be renewed other-
wvise than in the most exceptional circumstances.
Where such exceptional circumstances do not ex-
ist persons holding such accoudits~should arrange
for the transfer of the funds held thiereini tidi bans
within the sterling .area, and should surrenderr
them is: exchange':for sterling or locall currency.


M.P. 0757

e~ize, I13t Februamry, 1941.


No. 85.


M.P. 0757. :


With reference to N~otification Nou. gjo of the:
Sth February, I ti, His ~E~xellei~cy the Gover-
nor announces the receipt us the Izth FebrIuary,
1941q, of the following telegram:--
"Lady L~loyd is most grateful 'to you, all
your officers and the people of Britishi Hondu-
ras for your most kind message of symlpathy,
ECRT Y O1''~ ~.F STA9TE~."' '


N~o. 89.


M.P. 02899.


Belize, 14thl February~, 194I.

THaE DEFENSCE (FINANCE)
REGUljATLIO NlS .,, 1940.
It is hereby notifiedd, fo~r gen-leral information,
that the G~overno~r, in exrercise of the powers
conferred.up~on him by the Defence (F~inanc~e)
Regulations, 1940, and of ali qther pow-ers en-
a[l.1mp, hint in that.behalf,,11as aypended thqe list'
of designated currencies datedl Igsth Octob-er,
19o, and published in the GI;zeltt of 12th Oc~to-
ber, 1940, by the deletion of the ~t~ords"I'''e:gis n
Congo franc.", ..


No. go.


-'df-?;1!
e~ ~~) ze 1 eba'v 91


BILLS T() BE PREFE P'IFD TO THIE
SLE~iSL\I'T IVE i.OU~tNCIL.
The under-~eittioned Bills, the full text of
each of wh~ich wias p~ullish~ed w~ith the Gazeftt as
shown in parentheses, w~i11;c IFe pl!:c .ul at,a
forthcoming meeting to the~ L~. *:id .1 Cotincil
.and: no.tificat~ionl ishbrikEby giCeit in accordance
with the Standing Rules andl Orders:--

.A: 13il entitled dn Oirdirinatic to amnend the
Summary Procediire~ Ordinat~`~ie -C!g-ter <78Q
of the Consolidated Lawfs, 1924. M.P. olo69.

A Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend the
Defence Force Ordlinance, 1928 (NTo. 19 ofl I11:).


*~ B%1ill' entitled an OridEaInih~ne Acpriik 3.1e iar
the Payment of Compensation to Workmen for
Injuries suffered in the course of thaeir ~Employf-
ment. ME. paP y. .

!Published in Gazette i: .t i Ist FeYribity, 194 .)


E. p. 7.


No. 87.


Belize, 10th February, 1941.

NOTICE.

Sterling Bearer Securities, ,

As a measure to preverit the reai~lisairn of bear-
er securities for the benefit of the enemy, the
importation into the United Kingdom of sterling
bearer securities is now controlled.
Residents of the Colony wiho pjossess siit&
securities are advised to apply to the Managey,
the Royal Bank of Canada, for a declaration af
ownership if sit any time they wish to send them
to the United Kingdom.


M.. c


No. 91.


Beli e lr~ith F warynq, 3c41.

TRANSFER.
It is annot need tl ;t rT~ Ilcon I rl kt Mr. S. A.
McKinsjtry, Alttorney Gen~eral, has been elected
by th.Ce Se.etary of Stjategfior the Colonies for
transfer in the Cloloiiail I eg~al Service as Crown
Coui sel, Nigerla:


No. 88.







r;s~k'~toMGMP
_~~~ ~ ~ ~ gg y... .. ...... ...


M.P..ge64s.


No. 92. M.P. oj55.*

Belize, 15th Februanry, 1941-

D.EFENCGE P'ORE.
~Wesig~ntion,

YiaExcellncy the.Ovve~rllor wal Comnanrder-
in;Chie'f k43a acepteF1 ther resignst iqn by SRpynd
la~teale-~ Norma.n ll'illiamLen Iuis of }pis ap-
opqitmtent as an ofjlee~r of the B~ritish`Honduras
Defenee Plrcel w\Ith etfct from 13th Fe~bruary,
z941.


No. co.


:':1.' Ea un~Jial s6Eccf retars Office,
(FJjge, gst ~February, 1942l.

'E~IY ~;j~1 ?Hp EN~El~tY..

Netherlands Concerns Transferred to
Netherlands oversea Territory.

VPith references Nb.ot~ice~ao. sy4 e the r29th49evem
ber. ag~o, the under-mentioned furtherr.lists qf open
pnie and t cens 9-Mc nthe arhln di ;vrn

from thle :Nethrllnds~ are~ppbishedn 9gangert gligioyqm-
alton.
By Command.

rR. iE. TURNBULL,
colonial .?e~retary.



Transferred to asets.~
(Board of Trade journal dated 12 Sepem~be~.rgr94 )
Plantation comepanies.


ML.P. 0955' i


No. 93.


BrEive. i5th Februlary, 194I.

DEFENCE FORC.E..

A4fppintmen .

His' E _telle ncy the C" .lver rnor a nd Co mmander-
In-Chieft has apnpointed V'ivian Cowline Aickroyd.
Equ~ire, t9 bet aseclnd Lieutenalr British
Hmfol~ras Defence P~olw, \rith effect frm Irth


'Bogs, k'iddel.
O:pmpok~rep.
K adhlredj,.
Kamara.
Kotaboemi.
Malang.
Moesi.
Pagottan.
Priok.
Rypntja Bolimy.

Bedept.
SWltanan .
SeemlLtr Boedjoir



Tl0gosarie.
a\inj ~n an.


Santosa.
IeIi Kasso.
Seemtber Ajoe.
Tjoeroeg.
Tjibantjet.
jSikadoe.
D~jambi Rubber on Han-
dcl .1ij
Java Rubber.
?reanger Rubber.
'Rini RubbElr

Pan~gheetS*n (Teal.
\\'et Java Ts~a
.1msterda~m Thfee wuitvisr.
Ass3am Teas Iinewa-tie.
ennlattee.



Wrong a.
Sirah Kr tong.


No. 94.


'81S1%0, Tr~fit -Ebrtrary~, I94I.


BILLS PUBLIS~HED,

5:1 Ural elr-mea-tt imp j.l Bills, w icrih Areto~b pc ub- 1
mitte~to the: ~L-islatire Council. ar~e published
for general information alith thlij issh~e of the
GCr:Me1~ and fo~r~m pt$:I thqrq94: ;
A BRill entitled qli Ordinauser ta provide~ for the
,Pro.,5,.stioln of Offendcr;. A~P xg.
;A Bill entibtld gn Ordiinagee.t towanisd~the ~
Imaed *and Proaperty Tax .Ordin aru:e,-Ch;apt er
z4 of the Consolidat~ed Laws, 1924 and to repeal
$(l eW~ latail Allroperty Tw (Aau ndanl-qt) :Or-
4%t~nalkee,1) X4 Jjo o i rf Iggy).


als se ea q~iS flavsces eyltungr plij. (Ggg~pral
Rtls ch NErderlanel~tr e~l~eUuur Nlij. (Belgian Nethifer-
land Plantatio~n Co':.
Veteenigde ILBaate `,indernemudqen ;{ gi6g IifWgtyg
-Esbaites) .
Eas~irEog;or culipur hf ij. Augg~ina. a
ll'est Stuln..tr. Rubbes zn K~r,-ile Cultul r MI)S.
Rubbel~r ?lar-ch.ll~pij Sumatra
7.nid I'veranger Rubber alsat chappij.
I.anadtousr .1uj Powanlr RCegentehalppen ~Bxgrqpggq
Regencies A~ricultunral Co.).
Sugar Mdill Sinldanglaoet.
Sugar Mills Sentenen-10r. Branekal en Dinloyo.
Slutterdam~sche kina Mij. "T~ilkembang" (Rotterdam
Cinehona Co. "Tjikembang").
Koffie Plantage Pakellan.
Sopise ,hedarladwis+ de Cgltuur et de Commerce.
Pransch-'Nederlandishe Koloanle Cultaur Mij. (Prance
-Netherland Colonial Plantation Co.).
Nedlerlandsch N~oorsd~te iflpg~tage Mij. (Netherland
Northern Plantation Co.).
N~ederlandlsch Indische Suiker Unie (Netherlands In-
h'edcrlndsc Um~c .tLand-en Roschonw Mij.(N~eth.
erlaud- nd~ir n I,3nd qqd Forestry Co.).
SM,i-e~ran.1-ebe 9ubb~er Udrie.
CasengerlcFial C3~omogyps.~
Handels t'errcenising "Java" TsadlinRRSotiat
,JrX9dels Verce~niylpn' "HylLand -Sigm."
HandelL; Vereemaitj:$ "H~ollandl
-Ibnndel, V'ereenipine ".1panal-."
waoltrrs' I'itweverasqj. M~oherS regllii~sier Cu).
?~Sqdprlapdsrwhe-I rvj,-clle 11.it~eer*-r $11.. Nornrdhoff-
Nethrrllnds Ind~ian Pbllishing l Co.(Noord~hoff-Kolff1).


-No. 95


Belize, rgthz February, 194x.


6I


16STATUTO RY rRELS .41gg PgyFE~SS.

'rhe usider-m~inention St atutory Rules snd
Onlerw are pub~liished with this issue of the Gar~de;
aa l form Inget t~hpipeg --

Ns. II of Ig4.T--TbLe atillse Prison Rule<,
(Amendme~nt)! 141I. M.P. oz 93' .
NIo. 12 of Ig41-T~he Districts' Prisjonh
Rttles, (Amendm~egt)f 194. A 29.
No. r3 of 1941-Thelx District Courts Fees
(:Civil Procedure) gr414r. .. M.P. oz828.



-R. F, PIURNBUL~L,
Colo~nS 1 Sqcrefiry.










(I'~~ BRT91dONDURAS~B 'GiAYJBT~TE "'6
i~- -~~--- ~ '


Miijnboitsw~~aiM. NedBdiasoh*NjenwY Gi~eenr~h C##rk-
land New oninea Mining Co.).
Tolan Saloe Expoitathc "ij
Telan Tiga 1 splottn ltle 1rj


paiijiU-littgerij 3is). ;(~Pi~qil Crushing Co.).


Ver-ly s tIgelsp`;es blij. (Metalays zP~ullishing.Ca.),x

Op~tica: l Instr~umelnts Trcrydive (.?.
H\'eduwet (; cOd P. Zo~on <-n Co. (0. Owd's WSlidgwprid



Aantiainitag Mi$ "De Roardmr'" 1("5e *BEandur":Coas-
tr:a ding Co.}.
Nastloohal S~paarfourl Nytional Sving Flppi).
(B~~gd f Trad~e bUeased dated SIOcabiar, rag~.)
Planration Compapnies.
Caout1choucl Blll.Plan age at-l~plapi) Tqanppg (Tapap-
oe,rll -behtr PlaCntationr Co.).
Latribt ow .ci saticha pp i:'F~hyilaran (Pagelarag Agricul-
ftural Co1.).
Corgaggcc~I.J
RoyJ 3klandlS~ Ber~eenigin (Ruys' Tradin; Co.}.
Sundrivej.

4p2 uat Fun4 19J v414,1sedq~s ARc~isa pasi~ay ,Co,,

Transfelrred to Curacao.

(10ard of T~rade Journal da~trd 12 Septnlber, 394io.)
TahlakStandil Zulid Apir F~ln opa (Enuth-Ejs-t Eqqpearn
Tobacco Trading Co.!.
Hsndel Mifi OLC *784 10 l ~uhraSCHO Trading~ Co.).
(Bo~ad of Trade founra~l dd~ed y. Oc~gber, rga~on
Itliand Bank;.
Nlorthwaestern an Pacific Pypotheekp Bank.
Tweu~lep Nortime-.tern ep Pacific.15y~Pitheek b31ir.
SHolland Texalss H\ putheek Bank.
Ilypcrbeerk 'llank voor A4merika in lig.
\'~ermeniglle Tran.atlantic MolrtgagRe Banlken (Unaited
Transatlanic Mort~age Bankes).
Holland-Noord Amerika Hypotheek Bank in liq.
Niropd iAgnedkaa~ir,ansche:RypobbeelpBank.
Ni~euw\e Negtrlnapch Aloraeikwanscher gly~porteek ,0ask.
Ni;-uwre Internstlonate 0 patheekc~l Rank.
Knaulmann'-, Ilm-~len HandFl .Kautlmannl's Hided TrZa4.
ing: Co.).
STransferred to S~r~inant
I BJIBardf Trad~e JL7prpalN dact0d -1 Seflattabe, 1940.1
Koffie IHandel Mij. Cohen B~endiks (Cohen Bendiks
.C..icet Trading: Co.).
(Board of :Trad~e 2ourrnal dalted 3r October, lggo.~)
Snrinaamuschc Cultunr Maatschappij.

N~o. 97
BRI TIsI I IONDUR AS, 1941.
In ther Suprem~e Court----Probate Side.

General Rerilstry,


n the conlds of W~ILLIA ROSE, late o
Bel-ize, MechEiianic, eoeased.

A1Ppicatiion for JFer,tettS cf Admin; *tration in
theatyEgge Fstate ham been u;.ae ~y X!h.11pooiga

Th!e no~t Igl);iP in par~tku~lar, apdclall pyrseap
,ipz gegerael are b~erqby ci~twd to qihow causes qu y
,bfo~re ?Iondlay Ap, rinth ,day ofga c)fI, Fgg44,
,ahy ~~ppch tgt~ter-y Rb44l pt be gfa44teld io .the~
sai l honsina Kose.


Xoles .en Anth~erwilt.
Fleqjig P4agqiazi gy 7.>. Savggql~r ISuItf~hyg
late A~. E~\t-ensouh.
e~gunt aen Comm~issiet hndeil 31 Ro~hrmartf~f. Stebhr-
ab38s Aeags gndl Commissionr Co ).
L~ife Insurance Comp~anies.
Verzekerhtgs annk (*'De si~euwe Rerste N~edgl~rgds..
chc"I' ( ~ The NEwkiSst Netherlan~d ksur~ane Bank). l
1.1,llan sch-c JLF~gympage VWrefreeTjngS~, pac3 k (flphalacy a
General Insurance Bank),
InPdustrial Companrirc.
K~or~Julhjle Nedepl;t~ ctsue Rdet~Meltpalyednijven vaW
Kembpr 4. Becec~cr en Vos (vain Kenpen. B3egeer atnd
.'Pt f.op.11 Fi~lw Mertals .Cot.J.
Lett~e_librgeter "An39terdaal"~~ NOO~then; N. Tetterode
IType~ Forldry "Amster~dam," late N. Tetterude).
Veenendaalsche Stoom Spinnerij en Weverij (Veenen-
dual Sp'~innin and WaearkgA'sq.

W.4 Hoe aschjr r en >\uqrrutu Pyht~rek (Hoek~L'p
Engineering and Oxyie~ne il',rr~le.
Exploitatie Maatschappij "Datvo."1
Pabriek elitMagazIij .\Yut WaI'tens ~halppetijk Instrus
menten J. C. Th. Marius (J C .Tll Marius Scientific
.Instrumuents Wo~rkc and Stores).
Nederlandsche Indische-f~i~ Spit ij. (Neherland
Indian Alcohol Manufacturing Co.).
Neder p~ddsch~e In1jS glg ij. yoor .\ff'Uajg? on Jiandel
~n~eln ~i~tln li(etherla-nds Indlniant ~lne Mtals ~


-Sticking r~ eisoneelS'Relag~ena d~~~,ZerlfR~~anSheKaoi
Petrolreum 3rij. (FoundaJ,tagn. (Interests of tzhy Stpff 3i
the Niltherland ColorualJ Petrotepaq Co ).
Nedeflandsche Aannenirig BjaiJ. voorgeen ft~. F. lioergm~a
(~Cntraictin~g o., lite R. P. Boersma).


Mcrarusebapp;ij "Ziecyaint."


M~ijrnlouw Mij. "Ammlac."
:(Baped.af Tr4 ,lc krrn4"C a~~~d* s('Lcqbr, Ift? ) ~

Tipto` ~I~etupit.
gliri,
'eniing.
Kali zendo.
Witaar~e.
Kanli Djo3po.
Kanigoro.

Kanilo<. I~etn-jnl c

Seloredjo.
Siantar.
Soengei Lipoet.
1Jirarqggon
liataneurs.

Holland-rlangha Rube.
Holland Sumarlta: Ruhber
Hayoep-Rubber.
Sum~atra gooqtrhqag. :
Sn:natra Oliepahnez .Mij. (Sumnatra O~il Pahn C~o.).
Oliepalmren Cultuar Mij. TanaLh Itant Oeloeb (Tanal,
Itamn Oeloeh I!ilpalml t(0.).
N~ederlandsche ludisc~he .Rubb en Ko~ffic Cultarur Msij.
(Nhretherlands Indian Rubber anrd Coffe~e Plantation
6o.).
Vqergeigje Ipdlis~e CriltrCe O!l~~lqnde~rnymnn (I'rdledrd
Indialsr Plantation co- .
ElaperOniuarMaj'Toja T~Lawa" (C.,ava Ntt Trgee
P'lantmy Co.; "Soja *Lthawe).
BaEndy cOliep.l.unen Cultlsq r U g t~ij, banr Gi~rlpd



A~lgameenexloaie Mf~'~i li) #Genera! Explos~ing' C').
Maint-ouna jitij. '-Brtetn" (I'oRptu~n' ,~initp io I.
Feuda~w B 5trqk1~um 11ij (.Pet=,4ap-.> O,il Co.p
'ga spar ', T.upatra Ga EN lopie 11 gr











64l r BRITISH HONYDURAS -GAZIEI'TE


B3RITISH HONDU'I~R AS~; TO WIT':

NORTHERN DISTR~ICT~.

To Catalina Mlalic, Orange Walk.

WHE;REAS complaint hath~ this day been
made before the underitnned one~ of ,His
Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for the
said Colony of British Honduras, for that you
Catalina Ma~lic being the owlneror o owners of
er tain lands wit~h houses and buildings: thereon
in the town of Orang'e 1'alk in the' Nor'thern
District and within the jtirisdict~ion of tfe Cor/rt,
did nleglect and does till nec kce t to- pay arrears of
taxes on such land in a too n m lountinlg to $14.20
for the years 1938-39 to. I939J40, within the
meaning of the L~and and Property tax Ordi-
nance Chapter 24 of the Consolidated I.aw~s,
I924-
These are therefore to cornruand vott in' His
Majesty's name' to be and affear on F~riday the
14th day of March, 1941, at ten o'clock in thie
forenoon at Orange Walk before such Judtices
of the Peace for the said Colony as may. t-en bie
there to answer to the said complaint and~ to be
further dealt with according to law.
Given under my hand and seal this third' d~iy
of February in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Orange WMalk
in the Colony afores~aid.


BRITISH HOND)URAS, ?O WVIT:

NORTHERNI DISTRICT.

To The Estate of Caleb Hall, Crange W~alk. .

WHEREAS, comp-la~int hath this day been
mnade befree12 the~r tuidersigned one of His
Majesty's Justices of the Peac~e in and for the
said Colony of British Honduras, for that you
The Estate of Caleb Hall being the owcer or
owners of certain lands with houses and build-
i~ngs thereon in the towYn pf Orange WFialk' in the
N~orthernrDistrict and within:the-jurisdicti;l of
the Court, did neglect and does still ieglect to Pay
arrears of taxes on such land iii a towd a'mount-
ing 'to $19.40 for the years 1937-38 to. 1940-4.,

TrY a 1inceCa pert l andth orlia o
Laws, 1924'
these are therefore to command you in His
Majesty's name toJ be and affear on Friday


BRITISH HNDNURAS, TO WCIT;

RELIZE. DISTRICT.

BE IT REMEMBERED thiat on the 6th day
of Jairuary, 194T, complaiint, was made before
Wllic aarr sn Cc tn~aey a 3lr.1r~t f r

Justices of the Peade in and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that PAULZ BEN-
JAMaIN MERRITT being the owner of certain
land other than land in a towrn to wiit: 22,ooo
acres situate at Sibun Riv~er in the. Belize Dis-
tict nd 1 vj Msj 1h 5lidito o- thte dr
section 3 of the Land and Plopertty Tax (irdi-
nance-Chap~til 24 of thie Consolidated Laws,
1924, to pa"y arrears of taxes on such land a-


,BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

BELIZE DISTRICTS'.

BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 6th day
of January, 1941, complaint was made before
Woldrich Harrison Court-enay, a Magistrate fo?
the Belize District and one of His Majesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that BETTY ESCAle-
ANTE;, ERNESTO FiSCA~LANTE' and ANTO-
NIO OZAETA agents for the Estate of Francisco
Escalanlte being the owners or owner of certain
land other than land in a town to wit: 3,675
aces situate at Double Run, Belize~ River and
within the jurisdiction of the Court did neglect
and do still neglect, contrary to section 3 of the
L~and and Property Tax Ordinance--Chapter 24
of the Consohdated L~aws, 1924, to pay arrears
of taxes on such land amounting to $156-3I for
the years 1938-39. I939r-40 and 1940-41,; and
now at; this day, to wit, on the 31st day of Janu-
nary, 194I, at Belize, Albert Johnston, duly
appointed by the Director of Surveys in that
behbalf, appears before me the undersigned
Magistrate but the said Betty Escalanlte, Er-
nesto Escalante and Antonio Ozaeta, although
duly called doth not appear by themselves, their
counsel, of attorney, and it is now satisfactorily
proved on oath that the said Betty Escalante,
Ernesto Escalante and Antonio Ozacta have
been duly served with the summons in this be-
h~alf which required th~em to be and appear here
at this day before such JuStices of the Peace for
the said Colony as should now be here tp 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 Betty Escalante, Ernesjto Escalante and
Antonlio Ozaeta to pay to the siad Director o~f
Survevs the sure of $156-3I forthwith and also
to pay to the said Director of Surveyis the sum
of $2.oo, for his costs in this behalf.
Given under my hand and seal this 31rst daty
of January in the year of our Lord one thoiusa~d
nine hundred and forty-one at Belize 'in the
Colony aforesaid.


the 14th day of March, 1941, at ten or'cloc~k in the
forenoon at Orange Walk before suich Justices
of the Peace for the said Colony as may thEn be
there to answer to the said complaint and to be
further dealt wit~h accordlingi to law.
Given runder mUy hand and scal this third dlay
of February in the year of our Ljord one thousand
nine hundred and for~ty-one at Olanige W7[alk
in the Colony aforemsaid.


E. O. B. B3ARROW~,
District Commriss'onLer,
Northern Diistrict.


W. H. COUCRTEN~AY,
Magistrate, Belize.


E. O. B. BARROW,
District Commissioner,
Northern District.


~I











-BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 611


EducEation Office,
Belize, 22nd January, 1941*

TEACHERS' & PUPTIL TEACHERS'
EXAMINATIONS, 1941.

It is hereby notified for general information
that the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Exam-
inations, 1941,~ willbe held on Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday, the 6th, 7th and 8th May
1941. at Belize, also at Cayo, Corozal and Punzta
G~orda if there are sufficient candidates at these
places.

2. Applications for entry must be made on
form 5 for the Teachers' Examninations and: form
6 for thle Pupil Teachers' Examinations and
muwst reach the Ed~ucationz O;ffice not later than the
3rst March, 194./T As after this date no entry
will be received, intendinlg candidates should
send in their entries, duly completed and signed,
as early as possible so as to allowv for possible
delay in thle mail.

3. Pupil teachers ana their principals are re..
minded that: failure by a pupil teacher to tak~e
the examination involves his or her dismissal.

4. Principal teachers are further remlinded
that no pupil teacher can be engaged who has
not passed at least the F~irst Year Pupil
Teachers' Examination.

By Order.

B. E. CA~RMAN,
Director of Edulcatior.


District Commissionzer's Office,
OrlangeL Wialk, 6th2 Februanry, 1941.

NORTHERN DISTRICT
Sitting of Court (Outdistricts).

NO'TICE' is hereby given that in pursuance of
the provisions of the D~istrict Commissioners
Ordinance--Chapter 172 of the Consolidated
Lawvs, 1924--as amended by the District Com-
missioners (Ammendment) Ordxnance, 1933 (No.
19 of 1933), and in pursuance of the District
Courts Civil Procedure Ordinance--Chapter 177
of the Consolidated Laws, 1924--as amended by
the District Courts Civil Procedure (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1934 (No. 7 of 1934), the
District Commissioner intends visiting the Hill
Bank area on the 19~th and 20th February, 194T,
wh~en a Court will be held at the village of Hill
Ban~k on the 19jth, and at Cenots on the 20th at
ten o'clock for the transaction of all business
connected with the Court.
All those concerned are hereby notified to be
and appear at the above-mnentioned village or
place at the date and time appointed for such
Court.
By Order.

E. O. B. BARROW,
District Commnissioner,
N~orthrnl District.



Agricultura~l Depaplrment,
Belize, Ist Februcary, 194I.

TENDERS FOR TRANSPORTATION OF
PRODUCE FROM PUNTA GORDA
TO BELIZE.

Tenders are invited for the transport of 6oo to
7oo bags of rice, each of 224 lb. nett weight,
from Punta Gorda Rice Mill to Belize Rice
Mil in 50 bag lots at intervals of not less than
one month between Ist May and 31st December,
1941. The terms of the tender should include
transport from Punta Gorda wharf to the Cus-
tom wharf, Be~lize, but not porterage between
mill had wharf or wharf and mill, respectively.

Tenders are also invited for the transport of
sundry produce in bags of loo lb. each nett
weight of beans, peas, corn, etc., and of rice bran
in bags of zoo lb. each nett weight from Punta
Gorda to Belize.

Tenders must be submitted to the Secretary
of the Board of Agriculture no~t later than th~e
22nd February, 194I

The highest or any tender will not necessarily
be accepted.

By Order.

11. SAML. FINLAYSON,
For Agricucltural O~fficer.


mounting to $XI,38aooo for the years 1937-38,
1938-39, 1939-41o and 1940-4r, and now at this
day, to wit, on the 31st day of January, 1941,
at Belize, Albert Johnston, duly appointed by
the Director of Surveys in that behalf, appears
before mne the undersigned Magistrate but the
said Paul Benjamin Merritt although duly called
doth not appear by himself, his counsel, or at-
torney, and it is now satisfactorily proved on
oath, that the said Paul Benjamin Merritt has
been duly served with the summons in this be-
half 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 Paul Benjamlin MVerritt to pay to the said
Director of Surveys the sum of $1,380.oo forth
with and also to pay to the said Director of Sur-
veys the sum of $2.oo for his costs in this behalf.

Given under my hand and seal this 31st day
of January in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Belize in the
Colony aforesaid.


W. H. COUTRTENAV,
Magistrate, Bel~ize.














*Jan. So, 1941r-A~L;IERTHA- SMITH---
3tann Creek District, situate near the r8 Mile
oast on the Stann Creek Valley Road, North by
and occupied by Chiarlet Kuight.~East by Crown~r
and, South by Clrowni~ land~, We'-t b~y land oc~-
:upied by E~lfrida Biutler .. .. 5 acre
"**Ia#- 23, I94r--MARGARITA LAUTRIE--
Toledo District, situate wes~t of the village of
Barranco, North by Crown land, East by land
,f Clarence Marin, South by Crowvn land, West
by land of S. Connolr .. I acre
***Jan. 25, 19F41--UNA THOMPSON- ,Stann
Creek District, situat~e on the Stann Creek Val1-
ey Road near 19)~ Miles, N\...r th by O-rown~ land,
East by block No. 23 of the 19-20 Mi'ileh Agriedl-
tural Settlement formerly occupied by Charles
Belisle, South by the Stann Creek Valley Road,
West by block No. 21 of the~ 19-20 Miles 1- i iml-
taral Seettlement .mlellrly occupiedf by F. I-lil;l
being block Nou. 22 of the 19-20 nMiled Agr-icuil-
tural Settlement formerly occupied by Cyril
Belisle S...a. Or. 09p.
"**Jan. Lc9, i a .---JANE WiTILLIAMS- St-ann
Creek Dtistric~t, situate on the Stann Creek Val-
ley Road at about 91 M~iles, North bjy Crown
land, East by Crowin land, South biy the Stann
Crek Vlle Rod, estby land occupied by
Jo~hn Wiilliamls, beingthfveaesdoug
the ten~ acres: occupied by John W'illiarrs

**7.: 3; 1941ll-ARTHL R FRAN\\C5 aCC%
S~tann Creek District, situate between M~rullins
River and M~angrove Creek, North by SectiorsL
Nos. 541 and 56, East by road reserve and Section
No. 74, Southl by Section N\o. 78q, West by road
reserve and Sections Nos. 58 and 7o; being Sec-
tion No. 72 now held on lease by applicant
25a. Or. 26p.
**Feb. 4, 1941-WILLIAM4 8 J. BICRON--
B3elize District, situate on the right ascending
the Belize-Corozal Road at ag} 1Miles, North by
land aplprov'ed to R. A. Smlith, East by landc
approved to Randolp~h Coot, South by road
reserve anld land granted! to Peter Eilrinigton,
W~est by ten acres approved to applicernt
]12 acres
**Fe~b. 4, 1941-GCEOFFREY SW:ASEY-
Belize D~istrict, eituate onl the left ascending
Beli/.e Ri~ver opposite "M~ay Pen"', North by the
river and land granted to applicant, East by
Crown land, South by Crow~n land and land
granted; to Wm. McCulloch, West by the river
and land granted to applicant 20 acres
"*Feb. 4., 1941-BHENRY DA\Y H IE-Eelize
District, situate on the left asc~ending~ Belize
River near Cattle Pen and Big Eddie (a) North
and Wrest by the river, East by land granted to
Benjamin McCulloch andlr Crowrn, land, South by-
land granted to W~ilinsr Mc~ulloch and Cro~n
land .... .. 24 acres
(b) No0rth by the river, East by land gorante-d to
William M~cCulloch, South ty Crow nlfand, West
by Crown land .. .. 20 acres
***Feb. 10. 1941--CLAnUDE. LL FL.CHERS
--Belize District, situate on the left ascending-
Haulover Creek, Fetlite Rivrer, North b:y the
creek, Ea.st by Crown land, Sou~th by Crowirn
land, West by land granted to A4. L,. Forte; being
land formlerly approvced to Georgre W. Forte
7a. Or. 34p,


For a Free Grant*
Dec. 31-, 1940'--ABDELNUR AUIL.-Cay- o Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending the WrTesitern
Branch, Belize River, North by Cr-owln land,
East by blocks N~os. 523 and $24, south by road


-


Belize, 15thr Feb~ruarvy, 1941- P

LANDC ABPPLICdATIONS. l;
APPLICATIONS in connection wi~th Crown
Lands are notified in the Government Gazette! for I
the purpose of giving any person an opportuity i
of making any representations to this office ino
relation to any such application.
Such applications will be inserted in at least
three separate issues of the Gazette before they /
wRill be dealt with by the Governor, so that i
aplicants must be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.

G. S. BU.SBl',
Acting Director of Surveys



**rJan.t I, 1941-ANLP~ ACLETA VE(L.:1SQUiFZ
-Stann Creek District, situate in the town of
Stann Creek; being lot formerly leased to Fran-
cisn Aa205 194I--A~LBERT BUL N Be21ilz5
District, situate on the left ascending Belize
River, opposite B~etsy Goff Ridge, North by the
river, East by land approved to 1Matthew Spain,
South by Crown land, West by Crown land i
100 acres
***Feb- 5, 191-RO.SENDO GABRIEL-
Toledo Disjtrict. situate in the Village of Barran- |
c o .. Lot No. 100




***July 25, ig40--GCLADYSS MORiZEYJ-Toledo
District, situate on the left ascending Swasey
Branch, Monkey River, North by land formerly
leased to Ceorge MIus~champ, East b~y land grant
,ed to Wi~'llh rl Bennett, South by Crown land,
Wear by Crown land .. .. 15 acr-es
***Dec-. 24, r1940I~-TRNSITO G:ODOYT-
Toledo District, situate on the left ascending
Swasey Branich, Monkey River, North by Crown
laul,. East by land leased by Dioriiscio Rodri-
qluez, South by Crown land, West by Crovn
land ., 1 acres
*JanP. 8, I04I--ALEXANDRIN A M'A.RTI
NEZ and FRANCES HILIIL--Stann Creek Dis-
trict, situate in the Carib Reserve; being block
No. 17 .. .. .. .. 5 acres
***Jan.1 II, 1941-LOUIE EVELY-- Stann
Creek District, situate on th~e left n-!-..-ar d!i.:~ the
Stann Creek; Valley Road, North by the Stann
Creek Valley Road, East by Crownil land, South
by Crown land and Billy Barquedier Creek,
West by block No. 36 of the 19-20 Miles Algricul-
tural. Settlc:men!t apphs1! I for by Mo~ses Jacobs;
being block N~o- 37 of the 19--20 Miles Agricul~
tural Settlement anld approximately two acres
to the south of it .. .. .. 10 acres
*** Jan. I16, 1941I--MO RRITS ~.11.1.IF R .1M< '~
-Stann Creek District, situate on the right
ascending bank of the North branch of the
North Stann Creek opposite Sharp Bros. Estate
at Miiddlesex,,North by Crownl 1land, East by
Crown land, South by the north branch of the
Northl Sann Creek, West by- land occupied by
Martin Brumlery .. .. 15 acres


Swurvy Dcp~artmrent,


No. 98.


~BRITISH~~ HONDURAS GAZETT"IE












__


reserve and block No. 575, W.iest by the river;
being block No. 52-lA. nowii hel$ on lease by
applicant 5 acres

CaaeollatiORS-LeaSeS.
M.P. S.C. 32-31J4 J~ifES FRANKcI.-BRelize
District, situate on thle left ascending Fresh-
water Creek, M9anatee. 10 a~cres. At the
request of the lessee.

Ca ncellations-Loca tion Tic kets.
M.P. S.O. g-1DF1 WL AM_
Toledo District, situate on the right asc~ending
Deep River. 15 acres. A4tthe requestof the
settler.

free Grants Cancelled.
M.P. D.S. i746-BHRITISH HONDURAS MIS-
SION OF SEVENTH DAY AD1' F N f~I~ST --
T'oledo District, siituate in the tow~n of Monkey ~
River. Lot NIo. 146. At the request of the
grantees.
MV.P. S.O,. 337-36 -JE1REMIAH SIMPSON--
Stannu Creekr District, situate on the sea coast
near Sittee R ver. 20 acres. At the request
of the grantee.


The next of kin in particular, and all persons
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or
before Monday the lyth day of February, 1941,
wihy such letters should not be g~ranted to~ the
said JTane Elizab~eth Cargall.

A. O. L~ONGSWORTH,
Registrar Genteral.


Educationt Office,
Belize, 4th Janua; yr~, 194I.

ROCKSTONE. POND GOVERNMENT
SCHOOL.

Applications are invited for the post of Prin-
cipal, Rockstone Pond Gov~ernment Sch~ool
(Grade D)!. First or Second Class Teacher's
Certificate essential. Salary $13-75 or $35.00
per month according to certificrt-e. House
provided.

Applicants should write to the D~irector of
Education, Belize, stating their qualifications
and experience ~and enclosing originals of recent
testimonials, and must be prepared to takie up
duty on the Ist Jrune, 1941. N~o applications
receivedt after the 28Sth Pebrualry, 1941, will be
considered.
B. E. CARMAN,
Director of Educationz.


ThIe Trevasuvry,
Belice, asth Jcanzuay, 194I.

NOTICE.

INCOME TAX.

PERSONS liable to pay Income Tax are re-
minded that they are required to file returns of
their incomes in respect of the year ending 3Ist
December, 1940, on or, before the 31st March,
1941.
2. Returns by employers of salaries, etc.,
should be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch
(TCreasury) not later than the: 3rst March, 1941.
3. In the case of any p~eruon carrying on busi-
ness, a certified copy of the Profit & .Loss Ac-
count and Balance Sheet should accompany
the return.

4. All returns, etc., should be sent under
Confidential Covrer to the Income Tax Branch
(Treasury), Belize, or to the District Commiis-
sioner in an out-district, from whom the neces-
sary forms can be obtained on application.
5. Failure to file Returns within the time
prescribed by law will render taxpayers liable
to prosecution without further warning.

By Order.

R. E. TURNBULL,,
Income Taxr Commissionr7.


FOREST APPLICATIONS.
The following applications for forest licences
are published as required by Rule 13 of the
Forest Rules, 1927, in order to give any person
an opportunity of making: representation with
regard to anly such application. No suchl re-
presentation will be considered nuiless it is lodged
at the Forest Office (addressed to the Conserva-
tor of Forests anld not to anty forest officer by
name) \witionl fourteen days of the date of pub-
lication of the Gazette in which the advertise-
ment of thle applications first appears.
By Order.

Consenrvaor of: Forests.


First Purblication-
L~OUIS HUMPHREYS:--RUelirze Dist~ricli: .
Crown lanrds at the head of Heictor Creek bo~und-
ed on the north by Double Head lcabbage, on
the west by Eirindale and Crmecr lands; onl thle
east an~d south by thle Cavo roai.
Mahobany .. 40 trees Mlin.


BRITISHI HONDURAS, z94x.
In the Supreme Court--Proba~te Side.
General Registry,
Belize, 24th January, 1j4I.
In the Goods of MATTHEW GtILBERT
ANTHON\IY CARGIL late of Flowers Bank,
Belize River, School teacher, deceased.
Application for L~etters of Administration in
the above Pstate has been made by Janle Elicza-
bi~o.eth Cargill of Flowers Bankl Belize River,/


BRfli'-I 2iSH HONDURAS GAZ~ETTE


67


Nio. 99-


SForest Office,
Belsze, r5th February, r941.



















No. roo. M.P. oz672.

ROYALTY RAITE LIST FOR FOREST PRODUCE, 1941.
(Rule 3 of Forvesf Rules, 1939-)

The following royalty rates are prescribed) until further notice as standard for the calendar
year, 1941, and except in so far as may be otherwise authorised by the Governor in Council
shall apply to all licences and permits issued under the Forest Rules, 1939, to cut, collect, pre-
pare, use,ar remove forest produce onor front the Crow llands of the colony.

Minimum felling girth (at 4' 3" Royalty
Class of Produce from die ground or one foot above Rates
the top of the spurs or buttresses)

Class I (i) Trees and Timuber.
IbotlES t
(a) Cedar .................................,.., go per tree 7.oo
Mahogany ............,.................. go ,, 7.oo
(b~) Banak ...............,..................... 72 ,, 2.oo
Sanila Mauda ................ ..... .......... ?2 ,, 2.oo
Tubroos ...... ..... ........ ............... Cgo ,,2.oo
Yerneri .................................... 72 ,,2.oo
(c) Cabbage Bark ............ ................. 72 I.oc
Carbon .................................... 72 ,,I.oo
Chicle Macho ................... ............ 72 ,, I.oo
Cramantee ............. ............ ..... 72 ,, I.oo
Nargus~ta. .................. ................. 72 ,, on
Sahmwood .................. ................ 60 ,, r.oo
Sapodd11a ................... ................. 72 ,, Itoo
Red/Black Tamarind (Barba Jolote) ......,...- 72 ,, .oo
Timbersw-eet ..................... ........., 72 ,, L.oo
(rd) Billy YWebb..................... .......~...... 60 ,, *75
Bullett Tree ................... ............. 72 *75
Ceiba (Cotton Tree) ................... ....... 90 *75
Cortez........,........... ................... 72 ,, *75
Ironwood .....................,............. 72 ., 75
Prickly Yellow ................... ........... 72 *75
Wlalka Chewstick ................... ......... 6o ** *75
(e) *Pine, Hye ................... ............--. 3o ,, .5o
Pine, dead or dly ............................. --,,*S
Chechent (Black Poisorrwood) .................. 6(o ,. *$o
Cypress .. . . 60 50
biy ady ................... ................. 54>.*S
Mayflower ................................ 6o ,,i ye *
Silion (Silly Young) ................... .....-- 54 .0 "*S
(f) Iiotan :...... ........................ ..- ,, .25
Granadilla ................... ...------***** 54 -- 25
M1apohia .............................., .... 72 ,, .25
N'egrito ............~..................... 60 .25
Redwood (Ridge) .............--. --------- ~54 .r *25
ProvisionTree ...................-------**** 54 "5
(g) Madre Cacao ................... ....... ..... ,, .20
Mangrove ................................. ,, .2o
(h) Christmas Trees for sale ................. ..... ,, .xo
My Lady Poles ...................... -- ,, .ro
Cabbage Pahn .............................. .Io
hicho ................. .................. -- ,, .Io
Polak .................................... -- ,, .Io
Ruanovood .............. ... ........... ,, .ro
2ahnuetto (Saltw'ater) .pr o res0o
(i) Logw-ood .............per ton 2.oo
Rosewood .. .. ,. .. .. 2.oo
Z iricate .... ........ ... .. ....... ........ ....... ....... ,, 2.o
Padomulatto .................. ..... .... .... ..... ..... .. 2.oo
Fusti ........................ ...... .................. ..... ,, I~o

Class I (ii) All species of trees and timber other than those included in Class I (i) of this
Schedule.
Trees and timber other than firewood, charcoal, fence posts
(a) Less than 4 inches in girth ................... ...per Ioo *So
(b) 4 inches and less than I foot in girth ................per loo I.oo
(c) I foot and less than 3 feet in girth ...........ec 1
(d) 3 feet and more in girth ....,.........ec 25
Pence posts (dry pine) ........ .per foot in length I
Class II Firewvogd and Charcoal.
Licence to cut firewood (for sale) ....... .........per year Itoo
Licence to burn charcoal (for sale) ......................---. .. oo
Class III Milor Produce.
Chfile ....... per lb. .06

Copal Gum, Licence to bleed (M~aximum roo lb.) .. .. ... .. .. .. per year 5.oo
Cohune N~uts .. per ton So
Mangrove Bark .. per bag .05
LIST OF TREES PROTECTED FROM FALLING.
Breadnut (Ramon)
Copal
ChicleMacho under 72 inches girth at 4' 3" front the ground)
Sapodilla (under 72 inches girth at 4' 3" from the ground).
*Each application for pine, as regards the fellinlg girth limit, will be treated according to
its merits.

Approved by the Governorin Countil this29~th day oJTanuary, Ic41.
B. E. BOWEN,
Acting Clerk of the Executiv Council.





















GAZE TT E


E XT RA OR D IN~ARY

BRaIT I SH HONDI U RAS
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

No. 9 BELIZE, 19th FEBRUARY, 1941 Page 69


No. 101:
Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 19th February, 1941.

Bills to be presented to the Lewislative Council.

The under-mentioned Bills, the full text of each of which was published with the
Gazette as shown in parentheses, will be presented at a forthcoming meeting to the Legis-
lative Council and notification is hereby given in accordance with the Su~nciing Rules
and Orciers:--

A Bill entitled an Ordinance to provide for th~e Probation of Offenders.
M.P. 01767.

A Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend the Land and Property Tax Ordinance-
Chapter 24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924 and to repeal the Land and Property
Tax (Amendment) Ordinance, 1937 (No. II of 1937).
M.P. 01710.
(Published in Gazette dated 15th February, 1941.)

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.












~II~


Belize, I7yth Febru~ary, 194I.

MesAXIM~UMa WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRICES.

In exercise of the powers confei-red on him by Regulation 50 (1) of the Defence
Regulations, 1939 (Statutory Rule & Order N-o. 69 of I939!, the Supply Officer hereby
orders as follows:--

The following maximum wholesale and retail prices shall be effective as from 17th
February, 1941.


BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


N o. 102 .


Saf fly Office,


SWHtOLESALE RETAIL


ARTICLE


FLOUR (Other than baker's, whole
wheat, Miriam, Obelisk, Five
Roses, Star, Purity, and
Highland Beauty) .... .... $2.90 per sack
(96 or 98 lb.)
Trwo or more pounds .... .. .. .. ..


49 49 per lb.


....


FLO)UR In lots of not less than
25 sackzs.... ...


... 2.80 per sack
(96 or 98 lb.)

.... $8 50 per sack (224 lb.) 5e St
.... ... .. .... 4 9 59


RICE


Twro or more pounds ...


RICE In lots 5 to 10 sacks
In lots II sacks and over

BEANS, R. K. ... .. ..
Two or more pounds ....

BE~ANS, R. K.; in lots of not: less
than I,ooo lb. .... ..


... 8.40
.. 8.30


,, ,, ( ,
,, ,, ( ))


.... Pe pe 1. gie loe
... ... ... 8}p lop


... 7.30 per Ioo lb.


LARD (not including Chicharron,
Crisco, Spry, Trex, & Rexo)

LARD. In lots of not less than 250 lb.


io~e per Ib.


12e zo39


$10.Zo per loo lb.


MARGARINE (Loose) ....


.... .... 69 per lb.


BI EF, SALT


.... .... ... ... 6r r7a


BEEF, CORNED (other than Libby)

MILKR, CONDENSED (48s)
MILKMAID BRAND
BLUE CROSS, BETTY & BUSCK
OTHER BRANDS


$6.95 per case (48s)


$5-90 per case
550 ,
5.00 ,


17r r8r per tmn


13e l4* ,)
I2e I39 ..
nie rze


MIIK, EVAPORATED


6 ounce
14 ,


59 bp
IOg I~Ip


N.B.-The prices in Column "A" apply to Belize; to all points on the Belize River below,
and including, Burrell Boom; and to all points up to Mile Twenty on the Belize-Cayo Road and
Miile Twenty-Five on the Belize-Orange Walk Road. The prices in Column "B" apply to the
rest of the Belize District and to Beaver Dam in the Cayo District.

MEAT: FRESH, maximum wholesale price to be paid for cattle bought on the hoof:--
9e per lb. of dressed meat as weighed~ at.the Slaughter House.
Maximum retail price for beef at the Relize Market:
Forequarters I2e per lb.
Hindquarters 150 per lb.


CIABBAGE : FRESH, maximum retail price, Belize only


.... ... oe per lb.


The Order made on the 25th January, 1941, and published in the Gazette of 1st
February, 1941, is hereby rescinded.
A. H. ANDERSON,
Supply Officer.

























SO V ERN~ME NT



GAZETTE


SBRITISH HONDURAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


No. 10 BELIZE, 22nd FEBRUARY, 1941 Page 71


Colonial Secretary,'s 0(fice,
Belize, 13th February!, 1941.

It is hereby notified for general information
that His Excellency the Governor has rev-oked
the Expulsion Order made against VIBERT
DIAZ, dated Ist Jul, 1940, and published in
the Gazette of the 6th July, 1940.

By Command.
R. E. TURNBUZLL

Coolonial Secretar'.


No. 103.


M.P. onzor,


imprisonmrent with hard labour for 4 years
from the 28th1 day of January, 194I: AND
FURTHER that the said Court recommended
that an Expulsion Order should be made in addi-
tion to the said sentence:'AN7D WHEREAS it
has seemed good to me to grant a remission of
the execut-ion of a portion of the said sentence,
subjiectt to the conditions hereinafter set out:
;nOW, THEREFORE, I, JOHN ADAML~hS
HUNTER, Governor and Commander-in-Chief
in and over the Colony of British Honduras, i11
exercise of the powers vested in me by Clause 9
of -the Letters ~Patent for the Colony dated 30th
April, 1940, and by the Undesirable Aliens
Exrpulsion Ordinance, do hereby in the name and
on behalf of His Majesty grant unto ther said
Vibert Di~az a remission of the rema-irder of the
term of 4 years im~posedi by the said C~ou~t in
r:.rc Ift ~sail was victLon, on condition ft at
lIhe said Vibaert Diaz, at the first convenient
ocppor~tunity after the date hereof, be placed on
L~oadl some vessel leaving the port of Betlize
destined for the Republic of Honduras and con-
veyed to the said Republic of Hond~uras. And
I do further direct that the said Vit~ert Diaz shall
so long as he remains within the territorial
waters of the Colony, pursuant to, the provisions
of Section 4 ,of the Undesirable Aliens Expusion
Ordiinance, be deemed to be in legal custody.
AND FURTHER I do direct that thereafter
the said Vibert Diaz: shall remain out of the said
Colony.
AND) THESE PRESENTS do authorize and
command you, the Superintendent of the Belize
Prisozi, on the condition above stated, to dis-
charge the said Vibert: Diaz from th~e Belize
prison and for so doing this shall be your suffi-
cient warrant.
In witness whereof I have upecr~crit-cd my
name and affixed tle Public Seal of the Colony,
this rrineteenth day of I'ebruary, 1941.
By His Excellency's Command.
R. E- TURNRUL,I,
Colonial Secretary,.
Covernment House,
Belize.


No0. I04.


M.P. oIeoL


BRITISH HONDURA-S.


IN THE MATTER OF AN EX-
PULSION ORDER UNDER
THE UNDESIRABLE ALIENS
EXPULSION ORDINANCE---
CHAPTER 115 OF THE CON.
SOLIDATED LAWS, 1924.


ote )


J. A. HUNTER,
Governor.

TO THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE PRI-
SON AT BELIZE ANuD TO ALLI TO WHOM
THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME:
WHEREAS the Registrar General has certi-
fied to me that on the 28th day of Janual~-ry,
1941, VIBERT DIAZ, an alien, was convicted
by the Supreme Court at Belize for an offence
for which the said Court had power to impose
imprisonment without the option of a fine, to
wvit: the offence of stealing, contrary to section
170 of the Criminal Code, Chapter 166 of the
Consolidated ~Laws, 1924, and was thereupon by
the said Court sentenced for his said offence to i










72 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


LEAVE GBANWAD~.
ANDERSON, Dr. V. P., First M~edical Officer.
vacation leave wiith ef~t'REst tramks Febtasy ~
to 13th M1ay, 1941 (idtl~4~th~ ajg vgerp B~idre
not exceeding seven days).


Colonial Secretary's Offi'ce,
Belize, 17tht Februanry, 194I.

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

By Command. ~

R. E. TURNBULL,
Coo'lirrail 9eoearciy.


No. zo8.


M\.P. 0500.


Bilize, 22nd Februtary, 1941.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE.

Idis Escellenlcy the Grovernor has granted to
the Honou~ratble Mr. E. W. M. Bowen leave of
absence from his duties as an elected member
of- tle L~egislat-iveu ~Concil for one 3nealth writh
etfc~t f~rom the 21st February, 19.41


St.P. 01604.


No. 105.


No. I09.


Be~ize, and February, I94I.


TRADE AND INFORMATION REPORT
OIL VERYOD'' SENDING 31st DECEMBER,
'1940.

The tbove report is published with this issue
of the Gazette and forms part thereof.


M.P. 02981.


No. ro6.


Colonial Srctary's Office,


hrO. IIO.


Delize,20th Febtrary, 1941. r


Belize, 22nd Febru~ary, I94x.


B4incclars for the Forces.

The: traise~ndottS increase in- thie~ Anutaietrs of the
fighting forces of the emnpire hats necessitated
the urgent production 'of a vast maf~LS of equip-
mehit. The men are ready, but not aBl of their
neesds can be rmet at once. One of the most es-
sential is for binculars. Ain anfny mrtst have eyIes,
and recruitmen~t has far dtitS~triPPed the:r manu-
Theture.
Hlis Majesty's Gioverwhe~n~t ae appiea~lin to the
pjeople of the C616inits to gift? theft prismatic
binoculars to the fighting' serve. '$he ine~d is
urgent and ver: gfreat, anid anyone, everyone,
gossessinig a pa~ir is alte-d tor makte them available
for tishabmission to the Ulnhed -Kingdom.
Binoculars, in good harder, of 6, 7 ojr 8anragnifi-
cations, are required, and should be sent to the
Colonial Secretary's Office. T-o each pair should
be affixed a label bearing the nBame and addrss
of the donor.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

The utlider-meritioitle:d Statuto~ry~ Rules and
Orders are published with this issue of the
Cositel: and form pa4t there~of:--

No. 14 of Ig41--The Beilize Towvn Board
Property Tax Order, 194I.


No. 15 of 1941i--he Curretncy Restrictions
(Exemption) (Amendment) Order, 1947.
ML.P. 02650.

No. 16 of 1941--Thle Trading with the
Enemyi (Specified Persons) {Amendment N~o- 3)
Order, 1941. IM.P. 0264 .3


No. 11I.


Beleite, 229d February,, 194T.


No. toy.


Btelize, 22nd Februrary~, 1941.


BILLS PUBLISHED.

The undel~r- mintioned~ Bill<, which are to be sub-
mitted to th~e Legjislative Council, are published
for general information with this issue of the
Gazette and form part thereof:--

A4 Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend the
IPcnrlions Ordina~nce, 1928 (No, r6 of 1928).


A Bill elnt~itled an Ordtrka~te to aanend the
Pe~troleum (Prod~uction) Ordinarice, i937 (No~.
Ir ~of 1-949.
Mi.P. or893.

IBy Coiiendad.

R. E.~ mJlu41ULL,


BILLS i*O BEt PRESEN'IED TQ TH-E
LEGI'SLATIVE COUNC=I.
The under-mentionled Bills, the full texst of
edch Of wohich waser published with~ the Gazette as
shownl in paretathesee wil lbe presenteld at a
fo~rtheoming mlteeting to th-e Legislativ Connail
aild tastificationl is her~eby- gvenl ina acorIdance
rtith the Stadeing Rules`Pand Orders:_
A Rillentitled anOrdinMane to provide for the
Probation of Offedesrs. ALP. 0J7 *
A Bill enititledl an Ordtnanrce tb amrendltne
ILand and Property atax Ordinanse--Chapter
24 ofE the C >usolidated- 'aw's, r i?3, uLxd to repeal
the land and PtbpertY Tax (A4mendmrent) Or-
dinance, r937 ~No. Ir of 1937).
M.iP. or7ro.


(Published in Gazette dated zjth Febitrury, 1941.) I


ColitfriSk I SCreta~yY.









BR~iTSHa HONDURAS GAZETTE 7:


ing to occupation--with the possibility of ovrer-
time.
Applicants who can produce satisfactory testi-
monials and are willing to undergo a trade test
shouJld..aplpjy y, I Allan -pidresse :;t the Clerk to
iue Attorgy. Cipyal,

S. q. IMcKINSTRY,
dt rqley~ ppnal-
'hP~airmanofSeleedi~ En~ard.


BlrrsITH HONDlURAS, 19;4T.
In- he Supreme Court-Pri~sobate? Side.
General Registry,
Belize, 14ith Feb>~:ruar, 1941-
1# ?the Goods of WI~TLLIAMl WQSE, latfe of
ncelf e, 'Jechan nic, deceased.


No. II2.


M.P. 03008.


A~ttoPrne- Generds Chambers,
Belize, 20th Febrtrary, 1941.

SKILLED TRADESMJEN FOR T Zf3A~RMY.

Applications from killed tradesmnen of the um-
der-mentioned categories are wanted for service
inl aba Brusish Army--
Electricians of signals (wireless mechanics),
ataREnine~. itr.(.CL. and. pumps).
Engine-fitters (steam and reciprocal),
Fitters,
Fitters, (motor vehicles),
Instrument mechasies,
Millwrights,
Tool-makers,
Turners,
Armourers,
Blacksmiths,
B ~le kta-


Cop

Mac
Motel
Mou
Opera
Opera
Water
Weld


sld~~J Appicaio for Letters of A4dmiExnitratioii n in
.d rsd decision th~e caheve Estae has been made by A9lphausi~jna
hinst (mta),Rose of Eelve. W2Eidowl.
or-mechaics The nexy of kiin in particular, and all persons
elders, i s geer~atl, are hereby ested to show cause on or
-ators of signals .(wireless and line), before Mon~day the loth day) of March, 194I,
:ators of signals (teleprinter), \Fhy sZ1t1 letters should not be granted to the
chmakers, sadi A.1phousrina Rose.
lers (acetylene or ~eletric). A O. L.ONGSWORTH,~ETE

rl conditions of on~istmenut are:- RgsrrGnrl
Men must be between the ages of 20
and 45. Education Office,
Men must be of a reasonable standard
of skill in one of the: trades caumerat. Belize, 22nd Janua9y, I941-
ed above.
Men ,must .be efit for general service in TEACHERS' & PUPIL TEACHERS'
the Army.
Molarried~ men may be accepted and ordi- EXAMINATIONS, 1941.
nary family allowance (wife and child-
ren) willowne been payable oterdped It is hereby notified for general information
dpndanwanes arngounsid te Uit dthat the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Exam-
Kingdom. nations, 194I, willbe held on Tuesday, H'edt ~e-
Acceptance for a particular trade is pro- daLy and Thursday, the 6th, 7th and 8th May
visi~jngl pending the volunteer passing 194T at Belize, also at Cayo, Corozal and Punta
a tet o arrvalin he Uite Kig- orda if there are sufficient candidates at these
dom and volunteer's claims to trades- places.
mnta's rate of pay in any particular
class of trade will depend upon his 2. ApplicaPtions for~r entry meelst be maadie ,n
passing that test. If volunteers fail to form 5 foc the Teasher~s Examitgnations and forml
qualify as tradesmen ths2 will enlist 6 for the Pupil TIi.Eachri' Examina~tia..rs and
for normal duties and draw normal must reach ltheEducati'o'j-on'~c oficot later than the
rates of pay until the opportunity for 3Ist lifarch, 1947. A4s a~ftr this date no entry
qualification as tradesmen arises. wnill e ~received, intendcingi candidates should
sen-hi- 13d intheis-~peatziesdul.copltd ige,
ver 45 and men under 45 who do not jas early as possible so as to allow for possible
ical examination, and wuho belong to the/delay in the mail.
Occupations, viz.:--
rs 3. Pupil teachers ana their principals are le-


Genera
(a)

(b)


(c)






(e)


Welders,
Blacksmithsr.
Coppersmiths,
Sheet metal workers,
Machinists,
will be accepted for employment son munition
production in the United Kingdom provided they
are fully skilled.
The period of.enlistmaent will be for the dura-
tion of the war and free passages- will be provided.
The normal rate of pay varies between 70 shil-
lings and 90i shillings for a 47 hour week accord-


Men o
pass med
following
Fitter


minded that failure by a pupil teacher to tak~e
the examination involves his or her dlismnissal.

4. Principal teachers are further reminded
that no pupil teacher can be engaged wvho has
not passed at least the First Uear Pupil
Teachers' Examination.

By Order.

_,B. E. CARM;AN
Director of Education.












74 BRITISH HONDUTRAS GABZETTE


Notice is hereby given that the unidernoted goods, having been in the King's Ware-
house for over one year, will be sold at Public Auction on the 27th March, 1941, at 2
P.M. in accordance with section 82 of chapter 16 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, as
amended by Ordinance No. 3 of 1935. Clearance warrants will not be accepted after
24th1 March, 1941.

Importing Ship & Date Marks &r Nos. Particulars


"Albert" 27.7.39 G.G. 1 lot Bolinder Engines
"Crawford Ellis" 2.6.39 S. A. 1 1 case Hair Oil
"Douro" 8.8.39 W.S. 1217 4 cases Confectionery
"Connector" 23.3.39 S.Ul.B. 4 cases Medicine
"Port Antonio'" 11.4.39 Buller 8 1 ctn. Hats
"Connector" 19.5.39 T. V. Ramos 1 pdl. Newspaper
"Connector" 1.6.39 T. V. Ramos I pdl. Newspaper
"Connector" 16.6.39 T. V. Ramos I pcl. Newspaper
"Lysefjord" 28.7.39 Cooperativas 1 c/s. Prunes, 1 Apricots.
"Lysefjord" 28.7.39 Gen. Sup. Co. 1 Bx. Plate Glass
"Lysefjord" 11.8.39 G. F. Angl. Mis. 1 pee. Auto Spring
"Connector" 13.1L,39 Bosch 5 etns. Oats
R.B. & Co.
"Olancho" 24.11.39 P. & Co. 3&5 2 cases Rayon Goods
"San Gil" 8.12.39 A.N.T. 50/69 10 cases Matches
93
"Connector" 30.12,39 J.B. 6189 1/50 50 Bkts. Comp. Lard
"Notos" 4.1.40 A.N.T. 70/99 28 cases Matches
93
"Notos" 4.1.40 A.N.T. 134/137 4 cases Toilet Goods
76
"Notos" 4.1.40 A.N.T. 138/39 2 cases Toilet Goods
78
"Douro" 29.3.39 A.C.P. 1 Brl. Beef
"Douro" 29.3.39 T.G. 301 1 case Iron Goods

R. K. MASSON,
Collector of Customns.

--- -- II

No. r14.

Custom House,
Belize, 15th February, 1941.

Notice is hereby given that the undernoted goods, having been in the King's Ware-
house for over three months, will be sold at Public Auction on the 27th March, 1941, at
2 p.m. in accordance with section 26 of Chapter 16 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
Clearance warrants will ncit be accepted after the 24th1 March, 1941.

Importing Ship & Date Marks & Nos. Particulars


No. 113.


Custom House,
Belize, 15th February, 1941.


"Gen. Tosta" 24.7.39
"Concord" 11.1.40


"Afri-Kola" 21.2.40


L. H~uck
N/ M

:. Findley
N/M


I pkg. Magazine
2 sks. Coffee
2 only Brooms
1 only Camera
1 pkg. Print (4 yds.)
1 pkg. Rayon Goods (3 yds.)
1 pkg. Pat. Medicine (1 bot.)
1 pkg. Mouth Organ (1 only)
1 pkg, Mouth Organ (1 only)
1 pkg. Hose (1 pr.) & Coffee (1.lb.)
1 pkg. Children's Hose (5 prs.)
2 pkg. Cigarettes
1 pkg. Unknown
1 pkg. Clay Elephant (1 only)
1 pkg. Coffee (3 lb.)
I cts. Pimentos
J. c is Gold Cow Milk (23 tins)


I. R


J. B. & Co.
C.


"W. M. Delphia" 23,4.40
"D:do" 31.5.40










BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 75



Importing Ship & Date Marks & Nos. Particulars


"Afri-Kola" 6.7.40 Geo. Gonzalez 1 pkg. Perfumery (2 bots.)
Levi Vernon 1 bag Native Tobacco (25 lb.)
B. Samos 1 pkg. Children's Shoes (1 pr,)
W. Robinson 1 pkg. Cigarettes (200).
R. Soto 1 pkg. Drill (3 yds.)
Chafic Naim 1 pkg. Children's Sandals (1 pr.)
Jose May 1 pkg. Printed Matter
18.7.40 D. Masson 1 pkg. Transformers
N/M 2 pkg. Cigars (450)
2.9.40 R. Chavez 1 pkg. Cigarettes (300)
"Connector" 17.2.40 N/M I pkg. Unknown
"Merchiston" 19.10.40 J. B. 7 bales Straw Hats
"Gen. Tosta" 14.12.40 N/M 1 etn. Furniture
"1Merchiston" 17.1.41 B. Samos I only Clay Dog
J. Castro 1 only Clay Dog
A. Cowich I only Clay Pig
2 only Clay Dogs
L. Nixon 2 only Clay Dogs
Edgar Young 2 only Clay Dogs
E. A. Peyrefitte 2 prs. Children's Shoes
I. Hall 1 pkg. Cigarettes

R. K. MASSON,
Collector of Culstoms.


B~elize, 22nd February, 1941.

ORDER
LIMITING WEIGHT OF VEHICLES
USING ROARING CREEK BRIDGE.
In accordance with the provisions of section
197 of the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
Regulations, 1939 (S. R. & O. -No. Iz5/r939),
the maximum gross weight of anyr vehicle, or
vehicle together with trailer which may use Roar-
ing Creek Bridge on the Belize to Cayo Road
shall, fromt the date of this notice, not exceed a
tons.
By Order.
E. A. BOY C E.
Director of Public Works.




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BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

NORTHERN DISTRICT.


To Catalina M~alic, Orange Walk.

WHEREAS complaint hath this day been
made before the undersigned one of His
Majetdy's Justices of the Peace in and for the
said Colony of British Honduras, for that you
Ca.talina Malic being the owner or owners of
certain lands with houses and buildings thereon
in the town of Orange Walk in the Northern
District and within the jurisdiction of the Court,
did neglect and does still neglect to pay arrears of
taxes on such land in a town amounting~r to t4.20
for the years 193R-39 to 1939-40, within the
meaning of the Land and Property Tax Ordi-
nance Chapter 24 of the Consolidated Laws,
1924.

These are therefore to command you in His
Majesty's name to be and appear on Friday the
14th day of March, 194I, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon at Orange Walk before such Justices
of the Peace for the said Colony as may then be
there to answer to the said complaint and to be
further dealt with according to law.
Given under my hand and seal this third day
of February in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Orange W-~alk
in the Colony aforesaid.


E,. O. B. BARROW.
District Commzssseoner,
Northernz District.


/No. 115-










76 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETT;E


LAND. APPLICATIONS.
APPLICATIOINS in connection with~ Crown
Lands are notified in the Go~vernment Gart~te for
the purpose pf 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 GCazeftt before they
will be dealt with by theGo~vernor, so that
applicants must be prepared for this delay,
The following applications anehereby notified.

By Order.

G. s. BUSpY,
Acting Director: of Surveys.
a : ------

Ty heg,
***Oct. 2of, Irp.;n--ROANA.~. DIECO--St-ann
Creek Bistrict, situate in the Village of Seine
Bigh .. Lot No. 93
*Jan. 15, I941---ANACL]ETA VEL~ASQUEZ
-Stann Creek District, situate in the tpwn, of
Stosan ,0rtee; being lot formerly leased to Fran-
cisco Avaloy ,.. Lot No. 215
**Feb. 5, I941-ROOSENDDO GABRIEL -
Toledo District. situate in the Vrillane of Barran-
co .. .. -.. .. Lot No. 100


No. Iz6.


*Jgs, 3, I94I- M~ARGARITA JagJrIEff-
Toledo District,~ situate w~ee of the viggggc of
Barranc~o, North by Crown land, East by land
of Clarenocet Marin, South by Crown sland,~ West~
by landi of $S. Conncor .. .. 1 acre
C*"]ll a25 19 --UNA tTHOMiPSON k-Stann
ley Road! near 19) Miles, N~orth by Cro~wn land,
`East b~ blockk No. 23 of the 19-20 Miles Agricul-
tural Settlement formerly occupied by Charles
Iedislet, Siduth by the Stlnn C'recl Valley- Road,
W5est by block No. 21 of the 19-L0 Miles A4gricul-
tuara SettZlemenlt formerly occupied by P. Hill;
being block No. 22 of the I9-20 MilCe; Agrical-
tuaral Setttlement for a~lly rlnupie; d by" C Til
Beli-l Sa. Or. 09-p.
**Jan.~t. 19, 1941--JANE WF~IL.~L\IAMS tfalln
Creek Di~strict, situate on the Stann Creek Val-
ley Road at about 99 Miles, North by Crowvcn
land, Epst by Crowvn land, South b~y the Stann
Creek.l; Valley Road, West by land occupied by
Jo.hn'~ WIlliam ; being the five rclues adjoining
~thi t~enl icres occupied by John' 1illiams,
5 acres
***Fe~b. I, 1941--ELIJIO N'CPELC--Stann
Creek District, situate on the left ascending
North Stann Creek, North by land occupied by
GJ. Tho~mson, East by land occupied by Louisa
Richards (block; No. 3;84), South by Crown landd
West by Crown land (block No- 386); being
south of land occupied by G. Thomson (block
No. 395) .. ... 25 acres
*Feb. 3, 19)4T-ART;HU R FRAN~CISCC-
Stann1 Creek Diistrict, ituate between M~ullins
Riv;er and Mlangrove Creek, North by Sections
N\os. 54 Sad 56. Easit by roaFd reserve and Section
No. 74, South by Section No. 78, West by road
reserve and Sections Nos. 58 and yo; being .Sec-
tion No. 72 now held. on lease by applicant
25a. Or. 26p.


**IJul 25, rcg40--GLADYnS MOREY---Toledo *Feb. 4, 19)41-WILLAMl J. BROWN--
Dhstrict, sitCate on the left ascendine Swasey B~elize District, situate on the right a.-~cenirg
Branch, 1Mon~keyv River, North by land formerly the Belize-Corozal Roadrrt at 09) M~iles, North by
leased to Geo~rge M~uich~amp, East by land grant-. land approved to R. A. Striih, East by laird
el to William Bennett, South by Cro-wn land, appnilved to Rando~ljh Coot, South by road
West by Crown land .. 15 acres reserve anld land granted to Peter Eilrington,
+**Dc. 24, 194: rTRANSITO G~ODOYT~- W`~est by ten acres approved toi applicant
Toledo District, situate on the left ascending 12 acres
Stasey Branlchl, Mlonkey River, North by Crown *Feb. 4, 10-11--- GEO!:FF RF Y. SWAIEE.--
land, East by land leased by Dioniscio Rodr-i- Belize District, situate on the left ascending
quez, South b~y .Crown land, West by Crofn ~Belize River opposite "Mlay Pen", N'orth by the
land .. .10 acres river and land granted to applicant, East by
***Jan. 15, 1941I-JAMES ROBERTS--Stann Crown land, South by Crown land and land
Creek District, situate about tenl miles on the granted to Wrn. McCulloch, Wlest by the river
north side of the Stann Creek Valley Rload, and land granted to applicant ..20 acr~es
bNorthe b Co land, Etastbby lad appi f Ir *Feb. 4, 1941-HWENRY DAW'SON-Eelize


tan Cergek Valley Ra, Norhbythe bythe tana 1 Crh y eriM as ladga d
GekValley Road, WEst byCrw land ,sre fou the Willriam Mctuleonb Sothe byi aCronlndn Welit
byiutrl tto n Crowcn land; Fenand Billy Baqudlr Creek' byn Crwl nd .. g ..di ) 20 ares
Westd bys bloc No. 36er ofb the 19-2 Milest Agic
tumraly Settleent byApesapple fo y oe Jacobs; **eb.mi Mcu, oc 192taRnd Fro ad ~. PACACI
brengbck N.3 fte1-0MlsArctTld District, situate on the nght -ascending h
Strain Sttement Vandapoiaeytoare ldnBacMey River, North by Cronnab
toee th le su Rof t .. .. ..1 c's ad, East by Crowsn land, Soull() oth by Bl ieEstb adgatd en
**Jan. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Wlla 16 h~-ORI ALTR-1 Stu loc.Wes by tha lagoon;.abouand quate
-San Creeklndan D istrct sirtlute o te rit ofCnl r omth jncio wit S ae ran
ascendin banck`Io ; of the Ng-orth le b anrch l of ite w f el gantd t yhu. 5ce
North SetanCemekt opposited Sharp ros.este ***bs"Feb. 7, Ig41- JOSAT~I\~E MAQUIN-Toledo
atin Midlese Nor : fthe by Crow hland. Eastpy TlDoistrict, situat e on the right ascend 'ing Cn
Curow land, Southan bythe norithl brchof t e: Craeek branch, Norkth byer Crownh land Eas b
North sotan Crek Ws by lan occupie {y nd, formely pleased byappicn, South by lc


Martin BrdSutilley ..: ..:rt ..c f Stres ConejoCekbranch, West*L by CfO~ irown land;b


Survey Department,
Berlizc zzd Febru e 2nary, 1941.


TbO PurChase.










BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 77


Second Pub~li~catior--

LOUIS HUM(PHREYS:-Belize~ District:--
Crown lands at tirehead of Ipector treek bound-
ed on the north by Double Head Cabbage, on
thle \\eit by E;rindale anid Craniter lands; on t&he
east sud south bsy the Cays road.
Mfahogany .... 40 trees M~ir.


Educationz Office,
Belize, 4th Janutaryp, 1941.

ROCKSTONjE POffii GOVERNMENT
SCHOOL.

Applications are inv~ited for the posht of Prih-
cipal, Rockstone Pond Govenrment Sc~hool
(rfrade D). First or Second Class Teacher's
Certificate essential. Salary 9-13-75 or ,4t$.cox
per month according to certiiicate. Horse
provided.

Applicants should wtite to the Director o'f
Education, Belize, stating their qlualific~atiorns
and experience and enclosing originals cof recent
tes~timonials, and must be prepared to %atak tip
duty on the Ist JTune, 1Jr4 I No applications
reteiv.J after the 28~th Febrtiary, 1941, uill be
considered .

BZ. E. CARMAN'
Director of iEducationt.


The "Treahury,
RLtice,~ estJZ a~nury, z,4x.

NOTICE.

INcolME TAX.

PERSONS liabjle to payP Intcome Tax are re-
minded that they are required to file returns of
their incomes in respect of the year ending 31st
December, 1940, on or before the 3Ist March,

2. Returrns by employers of salaries, etc.,
shou:1be forwvarded to the Income Tax Branch
(T'reasury) not later than the: 31st March, 194r.
3. In the case of say person carrying on batsi-
ness, a certified copy of the Profit & L~oss A4c-
count and Balance Sheet should accompany
the reture.
4. All returns, etc., should be sent under
Confidential Cover to the Income Tax Branch
(Treasury), Belize, or to the District Commlis-
sioner in an ofttdistrict, from whomi the neces-
sary forms can be obtained on application.
5. Failure to file Returns within the time
prescribed by law will tender taxpayers liable
tq prosecution without further n arilinlg.

By Order.

R. E. TURNBULI.,
Inrcomer Tax Commissionzer.


being a portioxi of land foarmerly held 19v appli-
cant .. .. .. .. ..25 acres
**Feb. to, 1941--CLA17D~> E BR'~;,`I LOWERS
--Belize District, situate on the le'ff ascending
Hadtover Creek, Belize River, North by the
cre'ek,,E~tast by Crown land, South by Crown
land, W~est byr land(1 giraited to A4. L,. Forte; being /
land formerly apprI.rle to GeigTvorge T p. Forte
***?dba. Is, 191-C"EDRIC JOSEP'H- Beize
District, situate at Roelistone Pond Coblune
Ridge, North by Section No. 92~ (J. 11-hylie),
East by a road and Crown land, South by Sec-
tion No. go (0. Sealy), W~est by Sectio~n No. IToo
(J. ll'illiarus); Being Sectionl Nio. 91 forme~rly
grantedl to C:. Sealy, sulbjec~t to a fight-ouf-vay
30 feet wide .. .. .. .. 15 acres


For a Oree Granth
.Oct. 2, 1940--PHI~IP CIESGO--St-ann Creek
District, situate in the Carib Reserve; being
blocks Nos. 365 and 661 .. .. 10 acres
Nov. 25, I940--HILARIO LEWYIS--Stann
Creek District, situate iix ~the~ CGITY Re~itW;
being blocks Nos. 62 and 64 .. 10 acres
Feb. 3, 1941-GABRIEL, SERVIO--Stann
Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve;
being b~klres 1%s. 243 and 2~~ A. 1 acres


CaRCellatioRS-1.neaSes.
M.P. S.G. 39V3t-DAVID PALMhER4-Toledo
District, situate osn the left ascending Boyo
Creek, Teniash River. 25 acres. At the re-
quest of the lessee.


@anCellationS-Location Tic~kets.
19.P. D.S. J39I--JOHN LOGAN~--Toledo Dis-
trict, situate on the right ascending Bladen
13ranchl, Monrlkey Rivier. 15 acres. For iion-
paymenft of the third instalment. ...
Vl~P. D.S. 1828--HE7N RY E. A. SER'IO--
'Stariti Creek 1)istrict, situate in the Carib Re-
serve. 5 acres (blockl No. 149). At the re-
quest of the settler.
M.P. D.S. 18g99-ALPHEUS-T TRAPP-S~tana
Creek D~istricit, -itua~t- on the north side of the
Stann Greek Railwvayline. 10 acries. At the
request of the settler-


No. Ir7.


Forest Office,


B~elite, igth Feburary, 941,.

FOREST' APPLICATIONS.

Thne following applications for forest licences
are published as required by Rule r3 of the
Forest Rules, 192r7, in order to give any person
an opportunity of making representation with
Ireprd to any such application. No such re-
presentation will be considered trulfess it is lodged
at the Forest Office (addressed to the Conserva.
tor of Potrests and no~t to any forest off::ctr by
nam~e) within fouriteena days of the datce of pub-~
lication of the GauiCL[C inl which~ the- adv\ertise-
ment of the application first appehrs.
By Order.
14AL &~ ST~EVEbtSON,
COn~servRtOr Of Forests.










78 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETII'E


BR ITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

BEL~IZE DISTRICT.

BE IT REMIEMBERFDT that on the 6th day
of January,. 1941, complaint was made before
Woldrich Harrison Courtenay, a Mlagistratt for
the Eelize District and one of His Majesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that PAUL BEN-
JAMIN MEIFRRITT being the owner of certain
land other than land in a town to wit: 22,oco
acres situate at Sibun River in t-he Belize Dis-
trict and wiithin the jurisdiction of the Court
did neglect and does still neglect, contrary to
section 3 o~f the Land and Property Tax Ordi-
nance-Chapter 24 of the Consolidated Laws~,
1924, to pay arrears of taxes on such land a-
mounting to $1,380.oo for the years 1937-38,
I938-39, 1939-40 and 1940-41, and now at this
day, to wit, on the 31st day of January, 194r,
at Belize, Albert Johnston, duly appointed by
the Director of Surveys in that behalf, appears
before me the under signed Mdagistrate but the
said Paul Benjamin Merritt although duly called
doth not appear by himself, hris counsel, or at-
torizey, and it is now satisfactorily proved on
oath, that the said Paul Benjamin Merritt has
been duly served with the summons in this be-
half 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 Paul Benjamin Merritt to pay to the said
]TirectoJr of Surveys the sum of $1.380-.r-0c forth-
with and also to pay to the said Director of Sur-
veys the sum of $2.co for his costs inl this behalf.

Given under my hand and seal this 3Ist day
of January in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at: Belize in the
Colony aforesaid,


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

NORTHERN DISTRICT.

.To The Estate of Caleb Hall, Orange Walk.

WHEREAS complaint hath this day been
mad-e before the undersigned one of His
Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for the
said- Colony of British Honduras, for that you
The Estate of Caleb Hall being the owner or
owners of certain lands with houses and build
ings thereon in the town of Orange Wfalki in the
Northern District and within the jurisdiction of
the Court, did neglect and does still neglect to pay
arrears of taxes on such land in a town amount
ing to $19-40 for the --refs 1937-38 to 1940-4I,
within the m~eaninlg of the Land and Property


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

BELIZE DISTRICT.

BE IT REMEMIBERED that on the 6th day
of January, 1941, complaint was made before
W~oldrich Harrison Courtenay, a Magistrate for
the Belize District and one of His Mlajesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony
of British Honduras, for that BETTYI ESCAL.
ANTE, ERNESTO ESCA~LANTE: and ANTO-
NIO OZAETA agents for the Estate of Francisco
Escalante being the owners or owner of certain
land other than land in a town to wit: 3,675
acres situate at Double Run, Belize River and
within the jurisdiction of the Court did neglect
and do still neglect, contrary to section 3 of the
I,and and Property Tax Ohdinance--Chapter 24
of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, to pay arrears
of taxes on sulch land amounting to $15j6.3I for
the years 1938-39. T939-40 and 1940-4I, and
now at this day, to w~it, on the 3Ist day of Janu-
nary, 1941, at Belize, Albert Johnston, duly
appointed by the Director of Surveys in that
behalf, appears before mre the undersigned
Magistrate but the said Betty Escalante, E~r-
nesto Escalante and Antonio Ozaeta, although
dluly called doth not appear by themselves, their
counsel, or attorney, and it is now satisfactorily
proved on oath that the said Betty Escalante,
Ernesto Escalante and Antonio Ozacta have
*been duly served with the summons in this be-
half which required them to be and appear here
at this day before such Justices of ~the Peace for
the said Colony as should nlow 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 Betty Escalante, Ernesto Escalante and
Antonio Ozaeta to pay to the siad Director of
Surveys ~the sum of $156.3I forthwith and also
to pay to the said Director of Surveys the sum
of $2.oo for hsis costs in this behalf.

Given under my hand and seal this 31st day
of January in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one at Belize in the
Colony a fo~r -aid.


Tax Ordinance Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
Lawrs, 1924.

These are therefore to command you in His
Ma~ji-t.1's name to be and affear ont Friday
the 14th day of March, 1941, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon at Orange Walk before such Justices
of the Peace for the said Colony as may then be
there to answer to the said complaint and to be
further dealt with according to law,

Givenl under mly hand and seal this third day
of February in the year o f our Lourd one thousand
nine hundred and forty-one atOlange ~a~lk
in the C'olony afore.said.

E. O. B. BARROW, ~JR
D).siri..r Commnr;is:si~oner,


NVorthern Di'str~ict.


WIC. H. CUR TENAY*
Maglistrate, Belize.


W~. Ha. COUJR ENAYU,
Magistrate, Belize.


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GAZETTE


EXTRAORDINARY

B RI~T ISHI HONDUOJRAS
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

No. 11 BELIZE, 27th FEBRUARY, 1941 Page 79

No. 118. M .P. 01307;
Colonial S~cretary's Office,
Belize, 27th February, 1941.

Below is published the text of the address by His Excellency the Governor to the
Legislative Council at the opening session of the Council on Tuesday the 25th February.
By Command.
S*R. E. TURNB3ULL,
Corlonibl Secretary.


Honourable M~embers of the Legislative Council,
At Ithe opening of a new Session of this Council it is customary -for the Pres'dent to
give a brief forecast of the business to be undertaken in the course of tle: Se~ssion~ just
beginning..First of all, however, I feel I must refer to the very great loss which the: British
Commntonwealth of Nations, and particularly those parts of it which constitute the:Col-
onial Empire, have suffered by the death of Lord Lloyd. Lord ~Lloyd was -ne of those
exceptional men, old heads on young shoulders, who make their mark whiile still young;
who carry into maturity the riper wisdom of experience without any loss of the: dynamic
quality which youth, and the courage of youth, imparted to their ear-ly careers;.fyho; if
spared long enough to serve their fellow-countrymen, continue to the end to combine.
the vision and receptivity of .youth with the understanding and authority of' age. It is
fortunate for Britain that such men are not rare and are to be found in all classes and
all parties; but when a man so endowed as was Lord Lloyd with the spirit of statesman-
ship, so imbued with the love of Britain and a passionate devotion to her service, so wise
in counsel and so ready in action--when such a man as-this meets with an untimely death
while at the height of his powers and possibly on the threshold of his greatest~ oporltuni-
ty, it is no exaggeration to describe his passing as a national :cal~amity. After winning
distinction as a soldier in the First World War, George Ambrose Lloyd, at the age of 31
was elected to the House of Commons. While still under 40 he became Governor of Bom-
bay; and at the age of 46 he was holding the difficult and important office of ou~r High
Commissioner in Egypt. A difference of opinion with the Government of the day led to
his resignation from that post, but the impulse of national service, which distinguished
him throughout his life, was not to be denied; and, before he returned to office as Secre-
tary of State for the Colonies, as President of the British Council hke did more than any
man of his generation to interpret to the world the spirit and the culture of the country he
so loved and so faithfully served.








80 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


Until the very end the work of the British Council commanded his interest, and
Honourable IMembers will remember, the recent visit to British Honduras of Mr. Rutt-
ledge, whom Lord Lloyd sent on a tour of this part of the world to investigate the pos-
sibilities of extending to us the benefits of the Council's activities. Just a few weeks be-
fore he died, I had a personal letter from Lord Lloyd, in which he told me of his hopes
for the fostering through this medium of a better understanding and a closer relationship
between the Mother Country and the Colonies of the Waiest Indies and Central and South
America. It was a great misfortune for Lord Lloy~d and; for us that his appointment to
the Colonial Office came at a time when the match of world events so seriously limited
the opportunities for the work of Colonial Development and Welfare, which in happier
times he would have pursued with the same energy and vision as made his earlier -ser-
vices to the Empire, in. India and the; near East, so outstanding.

Lord Lloyd has passed on; but we pre fortunate in that the task, which her had to
Ilay aside uncompleted. has been taken up by a success so well quslified, to see it
through to a successful conclusion. as th~e very Chairman of the Royal Cotmmission whose
report on thersep coloniles led' to the inauguration of the new Colonial Policy, on which
above all else our hopes for the future are built.

The year 1940 has now passed into history. For Britain and her colonies, every one,
it was a year of great trial ande tribulation; but when, in the summer, after a winter and
spring of uncertainty and frustration, the tragedy of France's defection seemed to many
of our greatest, friends to set the seal upon our own defeat, the spirit of Britain rose to
heights unbelievable. The England that was wont to conquer others refused to make a
shiam~efulconquest of herself; and, secure in her mastery of the sea, set about the new
conquest of.the air, rejoiced in being at last alone in her fight with the forces of evil. and
by her steadfast courage and determination won new friends and new allies. The tide
has turned. The German air-force was signally defeated in the battle of Britain, and the
Italian jackal, who mistook the vultures of Fascism for the Eagles of Caesar, embarked
on a fool-hardy attempt to recover the grandeur that was Rome, to find too late that he
had succeeded only in reviving .the glory that was Greece.

That the coming springs and summer will bring difficult days and much sorrow for
Britain is only too certain; but nowhere in our Empire today is there any doubt of the
outcome. There is an old. English sayi~ng. that where there's a will, there's a way. The
people of Britain have shewn the will to victory, and by God's grace, in this year 1941,
they shall shew the powler. Behind the btulwcarks of the Royal Navy and the Royal Air
Force, the people. of this. Colony may feel secure; and the members of this Council may
go ahead with plans for the betterment of its people's daily lot in the quiet assurance
that their efforts will not be wasted.

In the coming Session I propose to submit, for the consideration of Honourable
Members, bills for several measures affecting the welfare of the working communityy'
which I am; sure will receive their whole-hearted approval. Among the ~bills to be read
for the first time today are two of ~the most important of these measures, the enactmenti
of which has been already too long delayed. TIhe first is the Bill relating to Trade Unions,.
wlhiah provides for the registration of Trade U~nions, regulates their constitution and
convffers on th~emn the rights amd prilileges enjoyed in. all civilized countries by properly
constituted associations of fiabottirers for the protection of their legitimate interests and.
the. orderly employment of 'the methods of collective bargaining. I hope to see this Bill
exiac~ted as speedily as possibk;, for one most important reason. The Imperial Parliament,.
in the: Colniul Development and W'elfare Act, has limited the assistance which may be
given to Colonies anid Protectorates under the terms of that Act by the following pro-

-'Before making any scheme as respects any colony the Secr~etary of State shall
satisfy himself, in a case where the scheme provides for the payment of the whole
or part of the cost of the execution of any works, that the law of the colony provides
rerasonable. facilities for the establishments and activities of trade unions and that
fair conditions- of labour will be bs~rerved in the execution of the works."

I am aware that there are no real trade unions at, present organise~d in this country
and. that the movement is still in embryo. But it is a movement which, once begun, may
evielop rapidly, and: it is a movement which we in. this ~Council must welcome and en-
courage if we are to do~ our duty by~ the people of this Colony. The second, equally im-
portant; measure, of social reform, which appears in thre agenda for today, is the Wvork-
~men's Compensatlion Bill. This measure is, in all but minor dlet~ail, the same bill as was









BRITISH- HONDURAdS' GAZETTE 8


introduced last Session but withdsrawn for extensive amendments of drafting. Its provri-
sione- are by newi wedllknown to Honourable Me~mbers aid I am- sure~ that there is gen-
eral- agreement on both- sides of this House as to, th-e need for this measure and the de
sirability of its early' emplacement on our Strt~ute Book.

Two other measures, which I propose to bring forward for the consideration of
Hon~ourable- M~embers during this Session, are a Masters a~d: Servants Bill and a new
Public~ Health Ordinance. The Masters and Serv~ants Bill has been venry carefully pre-
paed- by myself and my learned and Honorrable- friend, the Attorney General. and its
purpose is to bring up-to-date and into conformity wTith moderit and' enlightened practices
the very antiquated labour laws of this Colony. In no wayv dty conditions in this country
resemble those in any other place with which I have had acquaintance, and the drafting
of a suitable measure has not been simple. I believe, however, that although our bill is
but a modest one, it will prove to be, in its practical effect, a veritable Charter of Liberty
for the workers of British Honduras. The Public Health Ordinance is largely a compila-
tion of the present law. A number of laws have been amalgamated and the whole of the
legislation necessary for the protection of Public Health, sanitation and quarantine. has
been brought together in one comprehensive code. The work of compilation, originally
done by the Honourable the Senior Medical Officer, has been very carefully revised by the
Honourable the Attorney General and myself, and I am sending both these measures
home to the Secretary of State for the favour of examination by his legal advisers before
they are published in this Colony.

I did not intend, today, to say anything on the subject of finance. It is a matter with
which we dealt very thoroughly last October, and there is very little I can add by way
of information to what I told you then. Unfortunately, I have not yet received from the
Secretary of State any notification of his approval of our budget for the current year,
but I imagine th~at the delay is due chiefly to the unfortunate accident by which two very
important despatches were lost in the "Western Prince." I wish, however, just to make
one reference to the finances of the past year' because it is one which will, I think, please
Honourable Members and reassure. Honourable Members are aware thzat the financial
prospects of the Colony deteriorated rapidly throughout the early months of 1940, and
that at one time the position took on an aspect of the utmost seriousness. I am happy to
report, however, that by a policy of the strictest economy, the Government was able to
meet from savings not only the shortfall in estimated revenue, but also all supplementary
expenditure, including war' expenditure, approved throughout the year, apart from the
cost of unemployment relief, for which we relied upon the bounty of the Imperial Gov-
ernment.

One further reference I wish to make before we proceed to the business of the day,
and that is to what I think was a very important measure taken by me, on my own initia-
tive, I am afraid, and without previous consultation with Honourable Memnbers. I refer
to the reorganization of the Defence Force. For various reasons, I concluded that it was
no longer possible in time of war to carry on the arrangement by which the command of
the Defence Force was made the part-t.ime "occupation of the Superintendent of Police.
In coming to that conclusion, I may say that I had the full concurrence of Major Mat-
thews himself and, largely at his suggestion, I approached the Secretary of State with the
proposal that a regular army officer should come out here to take over the command.
As you are aware, Major Johanson has since arrived in the Colony, and has assumed
command of our local Forces. I wish, however, to bring to the notice: of Honourable
Members, the following remarks by the Inspector General of the Local Forces for the
West Indies, who inspected the Local Police and Defence Forces just before Major
Johanson took over. Brigadier Latham wrote:-- "On his relinquishing command~ of thre
"Troops, I should like to mention the excellent work done by Major P. E. Matthews,
"O.B.E. This officer, who has commanded the Defence Force in addition to his duties as
"Superintendent of Police, has, I consider, by his loyalty and personality, imbued a high
"spirit of service and sense of esprit de corps in both Forces. During his tenure of com-
"mand the Defence Force has been increased from a strength of 4 officers and 103 Other
"Rankrs to 9 Officers and 186 Other Ranks, and he has brought both F~orces to a high
"state of discipline and smartness. I consider that great credit is due to Major Matthews
"for his hard work and devotion to duty which have so largely contributed to the present
"'standard of the British Honduras Defence and Police Forces." As I said in my despatch
to the Secretary of State for the Colonies, it gives me very great pleasure to endorse the
remarks of Brigadier Latham, in praise of Major Matthews and his work.

Honourable Members,.today3 we begin wha~t\ presumably, will be the final Session









82 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


of this present Cou~nc~il. The programme. as I haver outline~d it. is neither~a large one nor
ambitious. buat I hope that by ther end of this Session.- when the measures I have me-n-
tioned have found their place on our Statute Book;. thle Honourable Members of this
SCouncil will be able to congratulate thetmsebe~s thati, in thez shor~t space of its term, real
progress has been made.

Dark days still lie ahead of us, but already, I think, we can see the pinkll flush of
dawn. The year of victory, if not yet with us, is already in sight, and I am quite sure :hat,
when happier times return to the world, under the leadership of the Honourable Mem-
bers of this Council--those here at present or their succesjors--this Colony can be con-
fident of going forward on the right road.


_ ~ ~ __ L_
-


Prinlted bya the? Gov~ernmentol Printecr.
























G OVERNMENT




GAZET31TE


BRITISH HONDURAS


M.P. 02981.

Colonial -Secretary's Office,
Belize, 20th February, 1941.

Binoculars for the Forces.

The tremendous increase in the numbers of the
fighting forces of the Empire has necessitated
tenurgen produ e cnof a vst masallof e up
needs -can be met at once. One of the most es-
sential is for binoculars. An army must have eyes,
and recruitment has far outstripped the:r manu-
factureP


the Se~cretaryv.of State: for the Colonies that the
United Statels flovernmecnt has agreed to take
charge of British interests` in Rouminig.. :


No. Izo.


}P. og4II.

Derlif,, Tst .11ar~rh,~ 1941


THE MOTOR VEHICLES AWD. ROADk~
TRAFFIC ORDINANCE. 1938 (No. 32 of
1938).


Pursuant to the provisions of section 4 of the
His Majesty's Government are appealing to t~he Motor .Vehicles and Road Traffic OQrdinance,
people of -the Colonies to -give their prismatic 1938 (No. 32 of I938), the Licensi~ng .Authority
binoculars to the fighting services. The need is~has, with the approvalofth;eGovernor-;appint-u
urgent and very great, and anyone, everyone, ed Donald Llewellyn Guild, L~ance Cllrl's ,ral of
possessing a pair is asked to make them available Police No. 21, to be an Inszpec~tor for tl1e Be~lk
for .transmission to the United Kingdom. District with effect from the first~ day o~f fo~Eu-
asy,1941


Binoculars, in good order, of 6, 7 or 8 magnifi-
cations, are required, and should be sent to the
Colonial Secretary's Office. To each pair should
be affixed a label bearing the name and address
of the donor,


N\o. 12I.


Beclize, Ist Marchz, 1941.


BILLS TIO BE PRE~SENTED TfO THE
LEGISLATIVEE COUNCIL.

*The under-menltionetd Bills,. the full texut of
each of which was published with the Gazze~tt as
s~hownl in parentheses, will.1>e presented at a
forthmaning mee-ting to the Legislative Council
and notification is hereby gIven tn accordance
with the Standing Rules ati Orders:--


Md.P. 02644.


No. T19.


~Belize, 26th2 Febr~uary,-194L
NOTICE*

It is notified for general infoJrmationl that His
Excellency the Goernmor has been informed by











84 B IRITI[SH HONDUR AS GAZETTEr


I I -- -


In exercise of the powers conferred up~on mie
by section 30 of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance, 1938 (No. 32 of 1938), I have
appointed Donald Llewelflyn Guild, ]Lance Cor-
poral of Police No. 21, to be an Examniner-for
the Belize District writh effect: faom thle first
day of January, 194I.

P. E. M~T'THE11'S,,


A Bill entitled an Ordinance to amrend theo
Pensions O~rdinance. 1928 (No. 16 of 19281. I


A Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend the
Petro~leum (Production) Ordinance, 1937 (No.
1y of~-1937)
MI.P. 01893-


.P. oz41I.

Police H?,~~,i-rq... ,


Belize, Isi 5Lu-, &,7 194r.

THE MOTOR Y~EHIC:LES AND ROArD


(P'ubGiS)rl i hediGarette dated 22nrlFebruary, 194I) ;TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 1938 (Nol -32 of
~~- 1938).


By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.


No. I2.


MN.P. on~o4C.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 25th February, 1941

DEPUTY ALCALDES. .,

S.P'ursuant to the provisions of section 6~of the
Alcalde Jurisdiction Ordinance--Chalpterr 174
~tof the Consolidated Laws, I924-the, Alcald~e
:aIppoi'nte~d for each of the unde'r.- UltltLionl ~
places hals, with the approval of His Excellency
trhe Gov,\ernor, appointed as his ~elp-uty the per
so~n whose hame appears opposite the nam~e oL
suchIplace. *

By Command.

R. E. TURNBUILL,
Cojlontal Secretary.




Stann Creek Distr~ict.


Edin. 9. Op. '

Education OIfi'l,,-.
Beliz-e, a4th, February, 1941.


No. 124.


SCH-IOOD OFFICER FOR C:ORIlPULSORY'
ATTENDANCE ARE.1.

~T'ith ~e'fergae,~ sq Notice No. -I',9 dated
thte Ithi Anatht, 1939, under~and by virtue~ of
the provisions of section 29 of th~e Educaition
Ordinance, No. 14 of ;Eg26, His Excellency the
Governor has accepted the warnationtifcl MIr. E.
Fitzgil.L~ton as School.l Off'icr l ful thei RochcRt..ne
Pond Compulsory Attendcanie Arta iflih effect.'
from the Ist Mlarch, 7941, and re~voked his ap-
pointment a~ccordt-inl.

By Order. .~" -

B. E. CAInRMAN-
Director of~ Ejris n'l.


No,. 125 '' .~ Ej. Ir 6t.


Beizet 25tfh F~ebruary,, 29tr

EFFICIENT SCHOOLS.

His O'xcellency the Governor has-'
.* () Approved the recogaitio~. r lowiing private schools as rfficic:t aeho.ole in
accordsmnce with, section 37 of t~he Education
Ordinane~ No 1 of 1926:--
,. Roman Catholic School at Santana, Belizle
District,
City M~i--ionl School, Belize.
{6) Canlcelle<},)sis reconpaitilon of the fol-
lowing zschoolyas offic ie ntsr-.
M\icrsRob3~atents' dBelfrd?
Mrs; A..If. He A-cuirre' s ICaorozl ,
Rev. J..~N. AnfhL u' (EChze1
Miss C. Smith's (Be~ize)`


Bn8ilacio J. Lopez


11'illian '. Garbutt


..Seine Bight.
New~t-e wn, Commerce
:: Bigfit.
Punta Placedtia: -


Toledo District.


Cecilio C~af
Juan Cus
Salvador Max
Santiago Tuenb
d '
Pedc-ro .190

Simeog Ma~rtinez .
I)o mi ngo- C-hu n
.4. ,.-


.San Antonio (N\uevo).
San Pedro Columbia.
Aguacate, Moho River.
Santa Teresa (Hincha
zones) Moho River.
Crique Sarcos, Temash
River,
Barra~nco-
Dolosers, Sarst~oon
Ri y ,r;


S Cayo Distrier;.-, -"'
.
Jpse Manria Saulc B enque.T iFjB
-Rosa Corro : -'.. Sucho~,td. 1 ;
S5ibrerio R-om~erQ,- S Aeia.
Sebastian: Tzk ;5 San AntoniJ.
Juan Medina BtRillet Tree Falls.


No.- 123-











BR (TISHl HONDURAS GAZETTE 85


Miss O. Arnold's (Belize)
Trinity College cEci;:r!'.
in accordanlct withr section 37 (3) of the Edauca-
tion Ordinance, No. 14 of 1926.

By Order.

B. E. CARMIAN,
Director of Educatio~n.


No. 126. .

Agricuclrtural Department, |
Belize, 25th February- 1941-

TENDERS FOR WOOD FUEL. '

Tenders are invited for supplying wood fuel
to the under-mentioned Government Rice Mills
for period ending 31st Decembler, 1941,~ viz.:-
A. PuLnta Gordia Mills. 80 cords wood fuel
to be delivered at the Mills in four lots of
20 cords each during the first week of
May, July, October anld December, 194x.
B. Belize Mills. 24 cords wood fuel to be
delivered at the Mills in four lots of 6
cords each shn lin,; the first week of May,
July, October and December, I941-
Only hard wood such as Silly Young, Craboo,
Button Woocl ane lMangrove will be accepted.
Tenders mlust be submitted to the Secretary
of the Board of Agriculture not: later than Sattor
day, aznd T\1.aich, 1941- .
Thel~ lowes-t or any other tender will not necess
sarily be accepted.

By Order '

J. F. WARD,
Agricutltural Otfficer.


M.P. 03008.

Attorney General's Chambers,
Belize, 20th Febr-uary, 1941.

SKILLED TRADESMEN FOR THE ARMY.

Applications from skilled tradesmen of the un
der-mentioned categories are wanted for service
in the Brlrlsh Army--
Electricians of signals (wireless mechanics),
Engine-fitters (I.C. and pumps),
Engine-fitters (steam and reciprocal),

~ilvers. (motor vehicles),
Instrument mechanics,
Millwrights,
STool-makers,
Turners;
Armourers,

Boile~rmalkeri
C~oppel smiths

GM di issts (pc),


Motor-mechanics,
Moulders,
Operators of signals (wireless and line),
Operators of signals (teleprinter),
Watchmakers,
Welders (acetylene or electric).

General conditions of enlistment are:--
(a) Men must be between' the ages of 20B
and 45.
(b) Men must be of, a reasonable standard
of skill in one of the trades enumrerat-
ed above.
(c) Men must be fit for general service in
the Army.
(d) Married meti may be accepted and ordi-
nary family allowance (wife and~child-
ren) will be payable; other depend-
ants' allowances are not payable to
dependants residing outside the United
Kingdom.
(e) Acceptance for a particular trade is pro+
visional pending the volunteer passing

dom tan vlntes leam dto tas-
man's rate of pay in any particular
class of trade will depend upon his
passing that test. If volunteers fail to
qualify as tradesmen they will enlist
for normal duties and draw normal
rates of pay until the opportunity for
qualification as tradesmen arises.

Meri over 45 and men under 45 who do not
pass medical examination, and who belong to the
following occupations, viz.:--
Fitters,

edak miths,
Coppersmiths,
Sheet: metal workers,
Machinists,
will be accepted for employment on munition
production in the United Kingdom provided tlhey
are fully skilled.
The period of enlistmentt will be for the dura-
tion of the war and free passages will be provided.
The normal rate of pay varies between 70 shil-
lings and 90 shillings for a 47 hour week acpcord-
ing to octeupation--with, the possibility of ove~r-
time.

Applicants who can produce satisfactory testi-
monials and are willing to undergo a trade test
should apply by letter addressed to the Clerk to
the Attorney General.

S. A. MlcKINSTRY,,
Attorney General,
Chairman of Selection Board.




BRIITISH HONTDURAS, 194T.
In the Supreme Court---Probate Sidec.
General Registry,
Belize, I4th February, 194T.
In the- (;loads of WILLIAA M ROSE, late of
Belize, Miechanic, deceased.

A~lglicathanl for Leiters of A.Insrink;trationn in
the above Estate has b-een mtade by .11ph~onsina
Rose of Belize. Widow.










86 BlUTISH HONDUR~AS GAZETTE


Edurcation Office '
Belize, 22nd Jannuary, 194x.

'tEACHERS' &~ PUP~IL TEACHERS'
EXtAMINA4TIONiS, 1941.
It is.hereby notified for general information
that the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Exam-
ination's, 1941, willbe heldl on Tuesday, Wednes-
day and T~hursday, the 6jth, 7th and 8th May
1941 at Be~lize, also at Cayo, Corozal and Punta
Golrda if there' are sufficient candidates at these
places.
2. Applications for entry niust be made on
forni 5 for the Teachers' Examninations and form
6' for the: Puzpil Teeachers' Examinations and
mwcsZ~itwackth Eduication tyhcre not later than t~e
31st MdrchI, 194T. A4s after this date no enttry
w-ill bd rece-ived, inttending candidates should
send in their entries, duly completed and signed.
as early as possible so as to allows for possible
delay in the mail.
3. Pupil teachers ana their principals are re-
mninded that failure by a pupil teacher to take
the examination involves his or her dismlissal.
4. Principal teachers are further reminded
that no pupil teacher can be: etigaged who has
not passed at least the First Vear Pupil
Teachers' Examination.

By Order.

B. E. CARMIAN,
Diretor of Edrication.
*'". ....-


***Nov. 12, I3940-EV~APNGCELISTA MARTIN
---Staun Creek District, eituate in the town of
,Stann Creek .. Lot No. 4190
***Jan. 22, 1941--PRANCISCA CHI DE
CON\TRERAS--Cayo District, situate in the
town of Benque Viejo .. Lot No. 223
***Jan. 25, 1941-- STANLEY~ E. FILORES--
Stann Creek D~istrict, situate in the Village of
Seine Bight, North by lIt No. II,.Eas~t by the
sea, South, by lot No. 13, West by lot N\o. 54;
being lot formerly held on lease by Santiago
Lambey .. .. Lot No. 1.2
+ Feb. 5, I94I--ROSENDO GABRIEL--
,Tloledo District, situlate in the Village of Barran-
; .. ... Lot No. 100
'***Fr. 8, 1941--JOSEPH RENGUTCHE--
Toledo District, situate in the townm of Punta
Gorda; being formerly heldl on lease by Cecil
Antonio .. Lot No. 251
***Feb. 15, 1941--AN\AST~ACIO Coll'l~TCH--
Cayo Distr~ict, situate irt the V~illage of' Soccoths
Lots Nos. 136B & 137B.
***Feb. 17, 194I--PERCY IIIGiINIO,-Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann
Creek; being lot formerly held on lease by Cescris
Ovitdo .. .. Lot No. 387
***Feb. 19, r94I--EMILIANO GONZALEZ--
Tol~edoJ District, situate in the town of Pzlnta
Gorda; being lot formerly hleld on lease by Cesa-
rio Gonzalez .. .. .. Lot No. 177
***Feb. 25, I94I--ALBRERTO BURGOS--
Orange Walk District, situate in the Village of
Rancho Dolores .. Lot No. 25

To Purchase.
*Su!?, 25, Z(940---GLADYUS MOREY-Troledo
District, situate on the left ascending Swasey
Branch, Monkey River, North by land formerly
leased to George Mluschamlp, East by land grant-
ed to William Bennett, South by Crown lanld,
West by Crown~ land .. 15 acres
***Oct. 14, Ig40--SIMON\ PARHAM-Trloledo
District, situate on the left ascending the Punta
Gorda-San Antonio Road, North by land Qccu-
pied by Victoria Bennett, East by road reserve
and land occupied by Edward W~illiamlls, South
by road reserve and Crown land, West by land
orccup'ied by Henry Perito .. 20 acres
*Oct- 28, 1940O--HENRY SHAND--Stann
Creek District, situate on the left ascending
~North Stann Creek, North bzy Crown land, East
by Crown land, Solith by crown land, West by
Crownland.. .. .. .. 20 acres
*Dec. 24, I919.4 Toledo District, situate on the lefttasceinding
tSwasey Branlch, Monkey River, North by Crown
land, East by land leased by Dimbllircl Rodri-
qluez, South by Crown land, West by Crownn
land .. .. .. 10 acres
***Janz. 6, 1q41-JOHN\ W. MOREYIIT-Tolledo
TDi-tliit, situate on the left ascending SwYiasey
Branch, Mtonkey River, North by Ciown land
and land formerly leased by Thomas Bardalez,
East by the river, South by Crown land and
land of Estanislau Mlartinez, West by Crown
land; being a portion of land formerly granted
to A. Martinez ... 1. acres
,*Jan. If;, I(94z-LOU~3IE EVELYNh--S~tann
Cireek District, situate on thle left agend:!ing the
Stalrn Creek; Valley Road, North by the Stann
Creek V411ey Road, East by Crown land, South
aby Clsewn landr and Billy Barpquedier Creek,
West by block No. 36 of the Ig-so Miles; Ag~ricul-
tural Settlement a '.10ad for jy Mo~es Jacobs;
being block No. 3 iPf the jOF Mlese Agricatl-
tural Settlemlent and app~ro smately' two acres
to the south of it .. .. 10 acres


The netti of kin inrparticularr and all persons
illge~naroF, are hereby c~i~td to, show~ealuse On or
beforre -'Mundra'i the ralth, day\ of March, 1941,
wrhy -fyh'letcters shouldl- srt be granted to t~he
'said?1'pi~ honsinil a Ros~e.


9d .


IRegi--tar Genti~al-


Survey Depatrmenl,


N6. Iaf.


Beize, Irst March, 1941.

L;AN D APPLICAT'~OIOS.
APPLICATIONPS in connection with Crown
Lands are notified in the Government Gazeltt for
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity
of making any representations to this officean
relation to any such application.
Such applicatidas will be; inserted in at least.
fthreeseparate issues of the Gazette before thev
wiRYt ~be det wii~th by the Gorvernor, so that
applicants must be prepared for this delay.
Thefbilowing applications are hereby notify d

By Order. .

G. .S. BEUSBY -
Actirit Dirctr of Surveys.


TO LaSA.
**Oct. 28, It)4o--ROMANA D~EGO--Stans
Creekr Bistrict, situate in the Village of Seine
Bight .. .. Lot No. 93


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- BRITISH HONTDUJRAS GAZETTIE 87


*Feb. 10, I941- CL..\~ tlT;i)E8%.1,L Fel.OW11~R S
--Belize District, situatebon thec left alcendlug
Haulover Creek, Betlite River, North br ibe!
creek, East by Crow~n )and, South11 Ev'~CIrown
land, West by land granted to A4. L,. For;1E te: trl
la.nd formerly ap~proved to George W~. F-ortc
7a. O~r. 34p.
***Feb. 10, 1941-~iNIFRE.D WHT.L;~T:M--
Stann Creek District, situate on-the ut igh.-~id'
of the Stann Creek Valley Road at aboullt', ,
miles, North by Crown land, East Ly! Crorwi1
land, South by the Stann Creek Pilky-\ Reed~r,
West by land applied for by Jane W'illian sj
10 acres
*"F`eb. II, 19)41-FREDERICK 31OR`RIIJ.0
-Stann Creek District, situate on the right
ascending the Sta~nn Creek Valley Roatl, (a)
North by block No. 367, East by the eastern
half of block No. 366 (F. Monsanto), South ty
block No. 2IoA. (F. Morrillo! and block No. zlo
(E. Smlirl.), West b~y land occup~ied by T. Koni-
shi; being the western half o-f Block No. 366
20 acres
(b) North by road reserve andl the wie~st part
of block No. 366, East by block No. 2;0, South
by the Stann Creek Valley Road, West by
land occupied by T. Konishi; being block No.
2IoA,. now heldon leaEe byapplicantt 7) acre
***Feb. 12, 194 I---SAMUELT AUCDINETT--
Toledo District, situate on the left ascending
the Punta Gorda-San Antorixo Road,.N\orth by'
land .granted to F. Straughan, East by land2
formerly of David Ramelam, Pouth ty Crovn
land, West by land granted to Samuel Bevans;
being a part of land formerly granted to Aaron
EdwYards ... .... .. 20 acres
se*Feb. r3, 1941-ETLLAS CILL'ETT---Cayo
District, situate 011 the Iguana Creek Estate,
right ascending Belize River, North by land of
E11ias Grillett, East by land of Rosa M~ai, South
by the river, West by the river 11a. Ir. Oip.
***Feb. 14, 1941--PRA NICTSCO R. DIAC--
Toledo District, situate on the rigt ascendiing
Columbtia B~ranchi of Rio Crat'e, Nonrth ty Ecad
reserve and blocks Nos. 419 end 42r, Fast by
block No- 4123;,South ty tl-e river, Wat~ by
block No. 417; being block No. 420 formerly
occupied by Alidia Estrada B' .. 483 acres
**Feb. 15, I941--CEDRIC JOSEP`H--Belize
District, situate at Rockstone Pond Cobune
Ridge, North by Section No. 92 (J. Whylie),
East by a road and Crow'n land, South by Sec-
tion No. go (C. Sealy), WNest by Section No. Ico
(J. W'illiams); being Section No. 91 formlerly
granted to C. Sealy, subject to a right-of-wfiy
30 feet wide .. .. .. 15 acres


For a Free Grant.
Feb. 12, 1941--BUB!E RT McKEN ZIE-- tann
Creek District, situate at about 17$ miles on the
Stann Creek Valley Road, NoLrth by th~e Stann
Creek Valley Road, East by land approved to
L. C. Levy, South by Crown land, We'-tt bg1anld
approved to James 1Mc~enzie Z10acres



jCanCel lationS-Leases.
Rl.P. S.G. 18s3-33--JOEL RHODEN--Stann
Creek District, situate- in the Carib Reserve,
So~uth~ Side. 5 acres (block No. 332). For
non-payment of rent.


**Jan. I5, 1941- JAMESS ROBERTXS--Stann
Creek District, situate about ten miles on the !
north side ofirthe Stann Creek Valley Road,
North by Crown land, East by land applied for I
by George Westby, South by the Stann Creek i
Valley Road, West by land reserved for the l
Agricultural Station andl Crown land; being land
formerly occupied by Alpheus Trapp 10 acres
*Jant. 16, 1941--MORRIS BA~LDER.11\`iON
--Stann Creek District, situate on the right e
ascending bank of the North branch of the l
North Stann Creek opposite Sharp Bros. Estate i
at Middlesex, North by Crownl land. East by '
Crown land, South by the north branch of t~he
North 'Stann Creek, West by land occupied by l~
Martin Brumley .. ..15 acres
***Jan. I17 r941--HENRIETTA ROBBER- ;
TO--Toledo District, situate on the left ascend-
ing Boyo Creek, Temash River, North by the
norther-n portion of land formerly occupied by i
David Palmer, East by land occupied by P.
N\ich~olas, South by Crown land, West by Crown
land; being the southern part of land formerly
held on lease by David Palmer .. 5 acres
***Ja~n. 20, Ig941-NICHOLA4S O. PALACIO
--Stann Creek District, situate on the west side
of Placencia Lagoon, North by Crown land,
East by Crowin land and land formerly granted
to Santos Ordonez~, South by Crown land, West
by.Crown land .. .. 5 acres
*Jan. 25. 94t--UNA THOIMPSON--Stann
Creek District, sittiate on the Stann Creek Val-
ley Roai! near 19) Miles, N\orth by Crow~n land,
East: by block No. 23 of the 19j-20 Miles Algricu!-
tural Settlement formerly occupied by Ch]arles
Belisle, South by the Statnn Creek Valley Road,
West by block No. 21 of the 19-20 Miles .Agricul-
tur~al Set~tlement formerly occup~iedl by P. Hill;
being block *N\o. 22 of the 19- 20 Miles: Agricul-
tural Settlement formerly occupied by Cyril
Belisle .. ... Sa. Or. 09p.
*Janr. 19, 1941;--JANE WTILLIAMhS--Stann
Creek District, situate on the Stanln Creek Val-
ley Road at about 98 Miles, North by Cro~n
land, East by Crown land, South b~y th~e Stann
Creek Valley R~oad, West by land occupied by
John Wlilliamls; being the five acres adjoiniing
the tenl acres occupied by Joh~n Williams
5 'acres
**Feb. I, I94I--ELIJIO N'OVELO-Stann
Creek District, situate on the left ascending
North Stann Creek, North by land occupied by
G. Thomson, East by land,occupied by Louisa
'Richards blocksr No. 384), South by Crown land,
West by Crown land' (block No- 386); being
south of 14hd occupied by G. Thoms~on blockk
No. 355) .. .. .. .. 25 acres
***Feb. 5. 1941-KARL, CARBUrTT--Stann
Creek District, situate iti the Ten Acre Holding~s,
North Stann Creek; being block N~o. 177i former-
ly leased to James M\cDonald. .. 10 acres
"**Feb. 7, II)41I-CLARENCE PAS~C~lCIO-
Toledo District, situate on the right ascending
Bladen Branch, Monkey River, North by Crown
land, East by Crown land, South by Bladen
Branch,. West by the tclagon- about a quarter
of a mile froml the junctio~x with Swaisey Branch
formerly granted to applicant .. ]5 acres
**Feb. 7, 194I--JOSE, MAQUIN--Toledo
District, situate on the right ascending Conejo
Creek branch, North by Crown land, Ealt by
land formerly leased by applicant, South- by
Conejo Creek branch, Fey.-3 by Crown land;
being a p:otionl cqf latfd fortrierly held by ap~pli-
cant ... 25aces











BS BRITISHN HONDURAS GAZETTE~


The Treasulry,
Belize, 25tha Ja~nuary,, I941.

NOTICE .


INCOME TAX.


M.P. S.OJ. 423-34--HOMER S. CARMICHAEL
--Toledo District, situate on the left ascending
Monkey River near Bamboo Creek. 100 acres.
At the request of the lessee.
M.P. S.C. 225-37LBBENJAMIN E. VERNON
-BRelize District, situate on the left ascending
Manatee River. 20 acres. At the request of
the settler.
M.P. D.S. 1880--NATHANTIEL SAlUNDERS--
Toledo District, situate on the right ascending
Punta Yecacos Lagoon. 20 acres. For non-
payment of the first instahnent.




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Custom House,
Belize, 15th February, 1941..

Noticesis hereby given that the undernoted goods, having been in the King's Ware-
house for over one year, will be sold at Public Auction on the 27th March, 1941, at 2
P.M. in accordance with section- 83 of chapter 16 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, as
amended by Ordinance No. 3 of 1935. Clearance warrants will not be accepted after
24th M~ar~ch, 1941.

Importing Ship & Date Marks & Nos. Particulars


PERSONS liable to pay Income Tax are r~e-
minded that they are required to file returns of
their incomes in respect of the year ending. 31st
December, 1940, on or before the 31st March,
I941-

2. Returns by employers of salaries, etc.,;
should be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch
'rlIe1~:uryI not later than the 31st March, 194I-
3. In the case of any person carrying on busi-
ness, a certified copy of the Profit & Loss Ac-
count and Balance Sheet should accompany
the return.

4. All returns, etc., should be sent under
Confidential Cover to the Income Tax Branch
(Treasury), Belize, or to the District Cominis-
sionler in an out-district, from whom the neces-
sary forms can be obtained on application.
5. Failure to file Returns within the time
presexibed by law will render taxpayers liable
to prosecution without further warning.


By Order,


R. E. TURNBULTL,,
Ilnome Taxu Commissionzer.


I lot Bolinder Engines
1 case Hair Oil
4 cases Confectionery
4 cases Medicine
1 etn. Hats
1 pel. Newspaper
1 pcl. Newspaper
1 pcl. Newspaper
1 c/s.` Prunes, 1 Apricots.
1 Bx. Plate~ Glass
1 pee. Auto Spring
.5 etihs. Oats

fE icries'Rayon Goods "~
111 cases Mattlp

50 Bktspo,~;- lv.-Lard; 1
28 case Ml.ltc~hes

4 cases Toilet GoiodS

_2, cases Toilet Gdods*


"Albert" 27.7.39
"Crawford Ellis" 2.6.39
"Douro" 8.8.39
"Connector" 23.3.39
"Port Antonio" 11.4.39
"Connec'tor" 1935.39
"Cneco"1..9
"Connector"' 16.6.39
"Lysnefjord" 28.7.39
"Lysefjord" 28.7.39
"Lis~l'jord" 11.8.39
"Connector" 13.11.39

"Olancho" 24.11.39
'"San Gil" 8.12.39

"Connector" 30.12.39
'"Notos" 4.1.40

"Notos"- 4.1.40

"Notos"' 4:1.40


G.G.
S. A. 1
W.S. 1217
S.U.B.
B~uller 8
T. V. Ramos
T. V. Ramos
T. V. Ramos
Cooperativas
Gen. 85p. Co.
Cr, F. Angl: Mis.
'Bosch
R.B. & Co.
P. & Co~. 3&5
A.N.T. 50/69
93
J.B. 6109 1/50
A.N.T. 70/99 -

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