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    Main
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
    Ordinance no. 1 of 1950: Police (Amendment) Ordinance 1950
        Page A 1
        Page A 2
    Minutes of a Meeting: Minutes of a Meeting of the Finance Committee held on Friday 26th August, 1949
        Page B 1
    Statutory Rules and Orders, 1950, no. 2: Carnival Order in Council, 1950
        Page C 1
        Page C 2
    Statutory Rules and Orders, 1950, no. 3: Proclamation
        Page D 1
    List of new properties: List of new properties or Extension to properties erected in the town of Roseau
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Dominica


Official


- W. 4


ROSEAU, MONDAY, F


Government Notices.
Administrator's Office,
31st January, 1950.
PRESS RELEASE
British Caribbean Customs Union
Commission

'HE final meeting of the'British"Carib-
bean Customs Union Commission was held
in Barbados from the 9th to the 19th of
January, 1950. In addition to Mr. J.
McLagan, the Chairman, and Mr. J. Gal-
lagher, Second Commissioner, the follow-
ing representatives attended:-
Mr. E. J. Petrie Barbados
Mr. B. A. T. Williams Barbados
Mr J. L. Fletcher, O.B.E ) British
Mr E. V. D Goulding ( Guiana
Mr. R K. Masson British Honduras
Mr. S. Bloomberg Jamaica
Mr. L. P. Spence ) Tinidd
Mr. A T. Shill Trinidad
Hon. E. A Thompson Leward Islands
Hon. W. 0. Peters St. Kitts-Nevis
Mr. D. R. Walwyn Montserrat
Hon. L. Cools-Lartigue Winward Is.
Hon. A. D. Boyd Dominica
Mr. E Gitters Knight, M.B.E Grenada
Hon, A.C. H. Baynes St. Lucia
Hon. V. D. Archer St. Vincent
2. The Commission was appointed in
1948 by the Secretary of State for the
Colonies-follo ing a recommendation by
the Conference on Closer Association of
the British West Indian Colonies held at
Montego Bay, Jamaica, in september 1947.
its terms of reference were to examine
in consultation' with the Governments of
the territories in the British Carib-
bean area the question of the establishment
of a customs union and to make recom-



SL 7L


'EBRUARY 6, 1950. No. 6

mendations with special regard to-
a) ensuring uniformity in adminis-
tration and customs practice;
(b) the selection and training of the
necessary staff (including the
staff for an adequate statistical
service);
(c) the preparation of a suitable tariff
having regard to the fiscal pro-
blems of the Goveriments whose
revenue would be affected by the
introduction of a customs union;
and
(d) the special needs of the British
Virgih Islands."
3. The Commission which was compos-
ed of technical officers reached complete
agreement, and recommendations have
been made to the Secretary of State for
the Colonies which it is hoped will be ac-
ceptable to the various legislatures con-
cerned and lead to the early establishment
of customs union.
4. Customs union implies that all the
members should have substantially the
same import tariff and that there should
be as large a measure as possible of
free trade within the union area Such
an integration of the fiscal requirements
of all the Colonies cannot be other than
beneficial. Freer commercial exchange
between them will foster a more varied
economy which in turn will inevitably
tend towards creating conditions inviting
closer political unity.
5. Allied to any scheme for closer fiscal
association there is the question of the
desirability of having common customs
laws. common customs practice and docu-
mentation, common tariff structure and
nomenclature and common classification
for statistical purposes. Each of these
requirements has received the careful


Gazette.


VOL. LXXIII


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OFFICIAL GAZEToE, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1950:


attention of the Commission and although
the ct~mission is optimistic enough to
believe that its report will be acceptable
as a whole it feels that acceptance merely
of these common features would more
than justify its labours and bring to the
West Indies a much needed measure of
reform.
6. Customs union is a complicated and
highly technical subject and to reconcile
the varying fiscal need of all the consti-
tuent territories demands a high degree
of understanding and compromise. Un-
less there is give and take a union is im-
possible. It was in auch a spirit of co-op-
eration that the Commission faced its
difficult task and it is hoped that a like
spirit will prevail in the minds of those
who are required to sit in judgement on
their labours.
S. 3/50.

Administrator's Orice,
3rd February, 1950.
HIs Excellency the Governor has been
pleased to give his assent to the under-
mentioned Ordinance which has been pass-
ed by the Legislative Council of this
Colony:-
,No. 1 of 1950. An Ordinance further
to amend the Police Ordinance, 1940.
660/49
This Ordinance is published with this
issue of the Official Gazette.
----,,-- .--
Administrator's Office,
6th February, 1950
IT is hereby notified for general inform-
ation, that His Honour Edwin Porter
Arrowsmith, Administrator of Dominica
returned from overseas leave on the 5th
February,. 1950 and has resumed the
Administration of the Government of the
Colony of Dominica.
By Order.
J. BULLY,
Acting Government Secretary.
516/49.
Administrator's Office,
6th February, 1950,
THE following particulars relating to
appointments, etc., in the public service
are published for general information:-
ANTHONY, SAMUEL, G. S. O. Class III,
Messenger Educatien Department, va-
cation leave from 30th January to the
6th February, 1950 inclusive.
E 419.
CASIMIR. RUPERT, 3rd Class Clerk, Trea-
sury Department, vacation leave from
1st February to the 10th April 1950
inclusive.
E. 482.
EUSTACHE, MILUTINE, Nurse Midwife San
Sauveur, vacation leave from 28th
January to the 23rd February, 1950
inclusive.
E. 346.


LESTRADE, Mrs. AUDREY, G.S.O. Class II,
Telephone Operator, Public Works
Department, vacation leave from 1st
February to 23rd March 1950 inclusive.
E. 277
JULES, MISS ANNE, G.S.O. Class IV. Ros-
eau Hospital, appointed G.S.O. Class
II, Nurse-Midwife, Fond St. Jean.
20th January, 19,0.
246/45
SEVERIN, WEBSTER O. 1st Class Clerk.
Administrator's Office, vacation leave
from 9th February to 13th February,
1950 inclusive.
E. 499
WILKINSON, MRS. AGNES, G.S.O. Class II,
Nut se-Midwife. Petite Savanne, trans-
ferred to Reseau Hospital, as G.S.O.
Class IV. 20th January, 1950.
246/45.
Administrator's Office,
6th February, 1950
THE Minutes of a Meeting of the
finance Committee held on Friday 26th
August, 1949, is published with this issu
of the Official Gazette for general infor-
mation
1336/47
Administrator's Office,
6th February, 1950
The following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with and form part
of this Gazette:--
No. 2 of 1950. The Carnival Order in
Council, 1950.
162/50
No. 3. of 1950. A Proclamation.
162/50.
By Order
J. BULLY,
Acting Government Secretary.
A List of new properties or Extensi, n
to properties erected in the town cf
Roseau during 1949 and assessed for Taxa-
tion in 1950, is published with this issue
of the Official Gazette.
NOTICE.
POST OF SECRETARY TO CENTRAL
HOUSING AUTHORITY.
APPLICATIONS are invited for the post
of Secretary to the Central Housing
Authority.
The salary of the post is in the scale
1,248x$96-$1,723, plus a cost of living
allowance at the rate of 10% of salary.
The commencing salary may be anything
up to $1,440, depending on the applicant's
qualifications and experience.
The applicant must possess a knowledge
of building construction.
Applications should be addressed to the
Chairman, the Central Housing Authority,
and should reach him not later than the
15th February, 1950.
By Order
R. F ARMOUR
Ag. Chairman, C H.A.


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY FEBRUARY 6, 1950.


INCOME TAX BRANCH.
Treasury Department.
24th January, 1950.
IMPORTANT.
Business houses are urged to report
promptly to this Department losses incurr -
ed in connection with their business and
the attendant circumstances if and when
such losses take place.
SThe matter will then be verified and
registered by this Department and will
facilitate the Commissioners in making
appropriate adjustments in assessing the
chargeable income of the parties concern-
ed.
GERALD H. L GRELL,
Acting Comptroller of Ilcomne Tax.

Education Department,
DOMINICA.
24th January, 1950.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF IHI WEST
INDkS INSTALLATION CEREMONY.

THE Installation of H. R, H. Princess
Alice of Athlone as Chancellor of the Uni-
versity College of the West Indies will
take place at 4. 30 p.m at the University
College buildings in Jamaica on thursday,
Feb 16th. It is expected that at this
ceremony all the Caribbean Colonies will
be represented. IH. E. The Governor
of the Windward Islands will be present
and Dominica will be represented by the
Hon. Arthur Pemberton. Mr. B.H. Easter
C. VI.G., C 1.E. will also attend the function
as Resident Tutor for Extra-Mural Stud.
ies in the Windward Islands.
Representatives from other Universities
are also expected. On Friday, Feb 17th,
the University Council are giving a dinner.
At 9 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 18th The
Principal of the University College and
MVs. Taylor are giving a tea party for


visitors, the academic staff, and under-
graduates.
On Sunday, Feb. 19th. there will be a
Solemn High Mass at the Holy Trinity
Cathedral, Kingston and at 4.00 p.m. a
service at the Anglican Cathedral at Span-
ish Town.
On Tuesday Feb. 21st. the Department
of the Extra-Mural Studies is holding a
Reception, which will include a lecture by
Professor LILLIAN PENSONPh D. Vice-
Chancellor of the University of London,
at which the Chairman will be Sir James
Irvine., K.13.E. F.R.S., Vice-Chancellor of
the University of St. Andrews. There is
to be a dance and a Film Show the same
evening.
On the same day the first Conference of
the staff of the Extra-Mural Department
will begin 'Ihis is planned to last until
March 3rd The Installation ceremony
will be broadcast from Jamaica so that
residents in a!l the territories will have
an opportunity of listening-in to this
historic event in'the history of the West
Indies.
J HAMILTON MAURICE,
Local Representatl.ve.

NOT IC E.

Co0missian of Inquiry Post Office
Department.
MEMBEtS of the public who are interes-
ted in giving evidence to the Commis-
sioners appointed to inquire into the
functioning and organisation of the Post
Office, may do so at an Inquiry to be held
at the Magistrate's Court, Roseau or
Thursday 9th of February, 1950, at 2.30
p. m.
E. L,. ST BERNARD,
Chairman,
Commission or Inquiry.
31st. January, 1950


COLONY OF DOMINICA.
0---o---
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
REGISTRY OF TITLES. ISLAND OF DOMINICA
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings thereon, and Caveats, for the
week ending the 12th day of November, 1949.

Date of Request. Person Presenting Nature of Request, whether for Certificate
of Title or Noting thereon, or Caveat

Request for issue of Maud Parham nee Roach Request for issue of First Certificate
First Certificate of Title by her Solicitor of Title (with plan attached) in respect of
dated 91st September G. A. James that lot of land in the Parish of St.Patrick
1949 Presented known as Morne Bouchere, containing
12th November, 1949. 3132 sq. ft. and bounded as follows:-
at I1.O0 a.m.
North Easterly by land of Lucien Thomas; South-Easterly by the sea; North-Westerly'by land
of Mrs. Nelson Defoe; South-Westerly by land of J .sept Tavernier.


Registrar's Office,
Roseau,
23rd November, 1950.


A. P. MARIE,
Acting Registrar of Titles.


NoTE.-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certificate of Title on the above
application may enter a Caveat in the above office within two weeks from the date of the first
appearance of the above Schedule in the Ojilial GLsette and the Drminicac Chronicle
newspaper published in this Island.








COLONY OF DOMINICA.-STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT 30TH NOVEMBER, 1949.
LIABILITIES. ASSETS.


SPECIAL FUNDS:
Savings Bank ... ... ... ... ...
Depreciation Fund Electric Light Plant...
Development & Welfare Schemes
unspent advances ......

Deposits .. ... ...... ...
Bills drawn on Crown Agents ...
Crown Agents (current %)...


$
329,174
14,514


... 1 162,689 13


$ c.


506,377 48


111,350
144
9,001


626,873 85


CASH:-
In hand ... ... ..... ...
Bank ... ... ... ...
Sub Accountants ... ... ... ...
Remittances ... ... ... ...
Imprest ... ... ... ... ... ...




Advances .. ... ... ...

INVESTMENTS:
On behalf of Savings Bank ...... ...
On behalf of Electric Light Depreciation Fund..

GENERAL REVENUE BALANCE:
Surplus at 1st January, 1949... .
Deduct Deficit at 30th Nov., 1949 ...


$
812
5,717
3,630
5,121
5,553


307,891 54
14.514 32



112,503 71
185,452 40


NOTE The above statement is exclusive of the Funded Public Debt which was $110,400.00 at 30th November, 1949. The Sinking Fund in respect of this Debt amounted to m
$28,227.10 at. the same date.

5.,


E.W. BUTLER,
Ag. Accountant,


28th January, 1950


A. D. BOYD,
Ag. Financial Secretary.


$ c.





-5
o



20,836 43


210,682 87




322,405 86 0
0

tr,

72,948 69 O

z


626,873 85







DOMINICA. The Police (Amendment) No. 1 of 1950.
Ordinance, 1950.
I assent,
C. ADDISON HARNEY,
for Governcr,
31st January, 1950.

DOMINICA.


No. 1 of 1950.

AN ORDINANCE further to amend the Police
Ordinance, 1940.
[Gazetted 6th February, 1950.]

BE IT ENACTED by the Governor with the advice
and consent of the Legislative Council of Dominica as
follows :-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Police Short title
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1950, and shall be read as one
with the Police Ordinance, 1940 (hereinafter referred to No. 25 of 1940.
as the principal Ordinance) any any amendments thereto. 1 I5 .. 1944.
2. The Preamble to the principal Ordinance is here- Amendment of
Preamble to
by amended by the deletion therefrom of the fourth princip to
Ordinance.
paragraph thereof. Ordi
3. The principal Ordinance is hereby amended by Amendment of
pri cipal
substituting the word "Superintendent" for the word ordinance.
"Commissioner wherever that word occurs therein.
4. Section 2 of the principal Ordinance is hereby Amendment of
amended-- principal
Ordinance.
(i) by substituting the words "inspector, sub-
inspector" for the word "sergeant major"
occurring in the definition of the words
"'non-commissioned officer" therein.
(ii) by deleting the words "Commissioner, and
any Deputy Commissioner" occurring in
the definition of the word "officer" therein.
5. The word "Transfer" occurring in the head- Amendment of
note to Part II of the principal Ordinance is hereby ~ParI to
deeted. ,pri,,cipal
deleted. Ordnance.
6. Sections 5, 6 and 8 of the principal Ordinance Repel of
sections ri, t
are hereby repealed, and S of princi-
pal Ordinance.
7. For section 7 of the principal Ordinance, the Repealand
replacement of
following section shall be substituted :- section 7 of
principal
Apint- 7. Every appointment to the Force OrJiranoe
of an officer. Inspector or Sub-inspector,
shall be made by the Governor, and every







appointment to the Force below the rank
of Sub-inspector may be made by the
Superintendent subject to the approval
of the Governor.
8. Sub-section (1) of section 11 of the principal Amendment of
Ordinance is hereby amended by deleting therefrom the eof princi
words "and every member transferred under the pro- Ordinance.
visions of section 6 hereof" occurring in the sixth and
seventh lines thereof.
9. For section 41 of the principal Ordinance, the Rpeal and
following section shall be substituted :- sectioea of
principal
Appointment 41. The Governor may appoint pro- Ordinance.
of special per persons to be special constables to
constables.
act as such for the preservation of the
peace and to be an organised unit of the
Police Force.
10. Section 50 of the principal Ordinance is hereby Amendment of
amended by the insertion therein of the words "In- pseiS0of
spector, Sub-inspector" after the word "officer" occur- Ordinance.
ring in the eleventh lines thereof.
11. For section 54: of the principal Ordinance, the Repeaiand
replacement of
following section shall be substituted:- section 54 of
principal
Repatriation 54. Every member of the Leeward Oroinance.
to Leeward Islands Police Force employed in the
Islands.
S Force at the date of the coming into
operation of this Ordinance, and every
member who has since been transferred
to the Force from the Leeward Islands
Police Force shall, if he so desires at the
expiration of his period of service in the
Force, be repatriated to the Leeward
Islands. Such repatriation shall include
his wife and his lawful children under
eighteen years of age.
12. From and after the coming into operation of separation of
Force from
this Ordinance the Force shall be a separate and distinct Leeward is-
Force, and apart from the Leeward Islands Police Force. lands.
13. This Ordinance shall be deemed to have come commence-
into operation on the first day of January, 1950. ment
Passed the Legislative Council this 26th day of
January, 1950.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Legislative Council,
660/49.
DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES,
By Authority,
[Price 2d.]






DOMINICA.


Minutes of Meeting of Finance

Committee.

AT a meeting of the Finance Committee held at 4 p.m. on
Friday, 26th August, 1949, in the Court House.
Present:
His Honour C. A. HARNEY, Acting Administrator,
Chairman.
The Honourable E. L. ST BERNARD, Acting Crown Attorney
,, ,, G. M, PUCKRIDGE, C.M.G., Ag.Treasurer.
,, C. A. H. DUPIGNY,
,, ,, ARTHUR PEMBERTON,
,,,, G. AUSTIN WINSTON,
,, ,, T. M. BERTRAND.
S C. J. L. DUPIGNY,
,,,, J. O. AIRD,
,, H. D. SHILLINGFORD, C.B E.
Absent:
The Honourable Mrs. ELMA NAPIER. (On leave.)
Dominica and St. Lucia Marketing
Agency, Barbados.
His Honour read a letter from Mr. C. A. BELLOT asking for
compensation for the losses suffered in taking over the Agency in
Barbados, which was discussed.
(Mr. AIRD, with His Honour's permission, retired from the
meeting).
The Committee decided that Mr. BELLOT should be invited to
meet the Finance Committee to discuss the matter in full.
Clothing. Bedding and Furniture Medicai Dept.
The Committee approved of a supplementary vote of $470.00
to meet expenditure under Head X (2) Sub-head 5. Clothing,
bedding and furniture, Portsmouth Hospital.
Adjournment.
The Meeting then adjourned sine die.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Council.
Confirmed this 7th day of September, 1P49.
C. ADDISON HARNEY,
Acting Administrator.







DOMINICA.

STATUTORY RULES AND OR:DEfy.
1950, No. 2.

ORDER-IN-COUNCIL DATED THE 25TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1950,
UNDER.THE PEACE PRESEAVATION ACT, 1895, (DOMINICA No.
1 OF 1895, AS AMENDED FROM TIME TO TIME.
IGazetted 6th February, 1950.1

WAEREAS it is desirable to make provision in accordance
with the terms of the Peace Preservation Act, 1895 (No. l of 1895)
as amended from time to time for the temporary suspension dur-
ing the period of Carnival in the year 1950 of certain prohibitions
contained in the said Act:-
NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor in Council in the exercise
of the powers vested in him in the above recited Act and by and
with the advice of the Executive Council of Dominica doth hereby
Order as follows ;-
1. Short Title. This Order may be cited for all purposes
as the Carnival Order in Council, 1950.
2. Masking in a Public Place. That on Monday, the
20th day of February and Tuesday, the 2ist day of February,
1950, persons decently clothed and conducting themselves in an
orderly manner may be permitted to wear masks between the
hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., subject to the strict obedience of
the following PROVISO:-
PROVIDED that if any Officer or Non-Commissioned Officer
of His Majesty's Forces or of the Dominica Police Force shall con-
sider any person so masked to be behaving in a suspicious, dis-
orderly or improper manner he may call upon such masked person
to remove his mask and such masked person shall forthwith re-
move his mask accordingly and shall also furnish his name and ad-
dress if called upon to do so.
3. Carrying Weapons Prohibited. During the afore-
said permitted hours of the said days, herein described as the
CARNIVAL, NO PERSON SHALL CARRY ANY LIGHTED
TORCH OR BE ARMED WITH ANY WEAPON OF ANY DES-
CRIPTION. The term Weapon" in this Order means any arti-
cle or thing suitable of being used for offensive purposes, and
besides firearms and other weapons ordinarily regarded as lethal
or dangerous shall include such things as clubs, stones and bottles.
4. Smearing the body. No person shall smear himself
with any paint or colouring matter whatsoever.
5. Noisy Instruments. No-person shall make use of any
noisy instruments, such as a drum or-horn before 8 a.m. or after
6 p.mw' on the said Carnival days.







6 Fireworks. No person shall discharge, let off, or assist
in the discharging of, or letting off of, any fireworks (which ex-
pression shall include fireworks locally known as "Bombs") or
anything of a like kind or nature.
7. Time Limit to be observed. The wearing of masks
shall not be resumed after 6 p.m. on Tuesday, the 21st day of
February, 1950. The Carnival of 1950 shall then be deemed to be
over and thereafter all acts, matters and things which the Govern-
or in Council is empowered by the 4th Section of the above Act to
prohibit shall stand and be prohibited until further ORDER IN
COUNCIL.
8. Extent of Order. This Order extends to the whole of
the Colony.
Made by the Governor in Council this 25th day of January,
1950.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Council.
162/50.


DOMINICA
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES,
By Authority.
[Price 2d.]







DOMINICA.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1950, No. 3.

BANK HOLIDAY.

PROCLAMATION APPOINTING MONDAY, 20TH FEBRUARY, 1950, AND
TUESDAY, 21ST FEBRUARY, 1950, TO BE BANK HOLIDAYS.
IGazetted 6th February, 1950.]
BY THE GOVERNOR. OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS.
A PROCLAMATION.
C. ADDISON HARNEY,
Acting Administrator.
I, considering that it is desirable that Monday, the 20th day
of February, and Tuesday, the 21st day of February, 1950, should
be observed as Bank Holidays in the Colony of Dominica and in
pursuance of the provisions of the Bank Holidays Act (Cap. 114)
do hereby, by and with the advice of the Executive Council of the
said Colony, and in exercise of the powers conferred by the Act
aforesaid, appoint Monday, the 20th day of February, 1950 and
Tuesday, the 21st day of February, 1950, as special days to be re-
served as Bank Holidays in the said Colony, under and in accord-
ance with the said Act, and I do by this my Proclamation command
the said days to be so reserved and kept, and all His Majesty's
loving subjects in the said Colony to orderthemselves accordingly.
GIVEN at the Government House, Dominica, this 1st day of
February, 1950, and in the fourteenth year of His Majesty's Reign.
GOD SAVE THE KING!
162/50.









DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES,
By Authority.
[Price ld.l





List -of New, p1oporties2 o, 2ztesion to Prope ties for 1949.


NAHIE OF PERSON


I ena St C r-,
Peter Mitchell
George $amoel
SElizbeth Sills
Sflo rie Jolly
do
Orion Gachette
do
Cyril Rolle
Verney Shillingford
Herminie Burke
Patrick A. Charles
Evsdnie Robinson
Gladys Eli
do
Marion Holland
Susan Watt,
J. A Lawrence
Violet Meade
N,


John E. Wormington
Deveril Lawrence
Skrrrett Dixon
Claicitla Jose h
Joseph Romain
Ena Richards
Est. P~rry W.-Bellot
V. A Blanchard'
Janey Tavernier
John II. Davis
Virginia Nicholas
Barclays Bank (D C & 0)
Florence Olivacce


STREET


Victoria Street
do ,
Glover Lane
Back Street
Bath Road
,do
Victoria Street
do-
Virgina Lane
King Geo. V St
Cork Street
do
Cork Street
-Queen Mary St
Cork Street -
do .
Cork Street
- Field Lane
NewStreet
New Street
do
Gt. MParlboro St
, Hillsboro Street
do
Hillsboro St.
Pottersville
do
'River Bank
flillsboro St
Old Street
King Geo. V St
-Queen Mary St.
Pottereville
Long Lane
Virgin Lane


Out
House house
cu ft. cu. it.


3168
4590
3176
0236 "1
.208,0 -
8104
,1596(L 1
2860
.3388
4860 1
8712
1550
24024
12996
2660
18243
8430
6300
6919 1
5105
1950
42640 2
2

1386
15440
3528
2380
4488,
10584
10255
16800


'432-
616
920
384
296






693
1152


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


!200
i205

810
640
1216
-2940
3140


1260
2520



14430
1710
1232
800


TOTAL -
MEAS. VALUE LOT
c' ft. $ SQ. FT.


Exten- S4OA
siont tore
Ju ft J1ren.
cu. ft


560
6800



1440
3004
4180


1150
891
1700

2800


480
720
C00
7200
( 3600
S1440
480
1920
} 1440


24024 4800
12996 1920
-t


22944 j 1920
10130 2640
6993 1100
8071 1440
9855' 1500
47045 1 4800
3780 600
2196 300
15440 1200
4168 400
3596 360
18918 1920
13524 1440
15105 3600
168"0 3600
1232 300
300


4411
,814
13224
3101
5520
800
2480
1050


REMARKS


Two roomed 'house.
Three roomed house.
Verandah added., Valued at 75 before extension was made.
Verapdah added. Valued at t1000 before "
New'premises built. Garage below & dwelling house above.
Property before addition of new house Valued at 250.
Front house rebuilt and converted itro a two storied building.
2.roomed house in yard unaltered. Previous value 150.
Two-roomed ext/sion. Vald. at 65 before ext/sion was made,
-Two with k/chen & pantry Vald. at l150 bfe ex.
Twotstoried exten. Valued at 200 before extension.


1357 Two-storied building.
1197 8 roomed choose with kitchen, pantry add toilet.
2650 Smaller house ext/ded. Prop. valued at 300 before ex/sion.
777 House extended. Valued at 150 before extension.
1200 Four-roomed house and outhouse,
1117 5-roomed house with bathroom, toilet & outhouse in yard
1073, Two storied extension. Valued at:100 before extension.

'315 'troomed house with kitchen, bath & toilets

'" Bakery and.Storeroom.
483 l1.roomed ext/sion-to 2 roomed house. Vald. at 40 'fe ex.
2940 Two storied building used as Club & Dance Hall
4-roomed building. Valued at 35 before extension.
Two roomed ext/sion to 2-roomed house. Vald. at 25 bfe ex.
2066 One house broken down & Garage built. Previnou value 200.
744 Extension to shop building. Previous value $1200 00
456 Two-roomed ext/sion & veranaah on side. Val. 6300 bfe ez.
858 Shop below and- dwelling house above.
Building used as a Shop.
-Garage. Prev. value land year at $5760.0oo
Lot in VirRin Lane sold to Luke Jerome valued at $240.0o.


THE above is a Valuation List of New Properties or Extensions to Properties built during 1949 under
the provisions of section 90 of the Roseau Town Council Ordinarnce No 23 of 1937.
Any person who feels that he is aggrieved on the ground of unfairness or incorrectness of any valua-
tion included therein or of the inclusion therein or omission therefrom of any premises may within four-:
teen days after the publication thereof-as aforesaid give to theCouncil notice in writingsof his objection
specifyiny the grounds thereof.and where the ground of any objection shall be unfairness or incorrectness
in the valuation of any premises of which a person other than the person objecting is liable'to-be valued,
or the inclusion or omission of such premises, shall give notice in writing of such objection and- of the
ground of such person.


CLIFTON A. H. DUPIGNY
Chairman
F D" D,.rr.m.. -


, -. Lr I wY DUIr~JA
R. F. ARMOUR
L. F: C. ROYBR,


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3168
4590
3736
74468-
20880
20740
5212
9160
14442




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