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Domini ca


Gazette.


ou bI b it t bI 0o r i t P


VOL. LXXIII


ROSEAU, MONDAY, MAY 1, 1950.


Government Notices.

Adininistratofr's Office,
18th April, 1950.
It is notified for general information
: that the Secretary of State for theColon-
ies has notified His Excellency the Govern.
or that the King will not be advised to
exercise His Majesty's power of disallow-
ance with respect to the undermeniioned
Ordinances passed by the Legislative
Council of Dominica: -
No. 19 of 1909. An Ordinance to provide
for an additional type of birth certifi-
cate.
630,47. i.. .
Ad ministrators. Office.
19th April, 1950.
ON the recommendations of the Director
General ofColonial Audit the Secretary of
State has selected Mr. P. R. ELLS. Assist-
ant Auditor of the Windward Islands, for
transfer to- the home establishment of
Colonial Audit Department as an Auditor.
Mr. EILs will be proceeding to the
S: United" Kingdom on the S. S. Tlpti on
S'A'prflVth. .
5S4/50

SAdnzinistrfttor's Office,
19th April, 1950.
IT is announced for general information
that Hi. Honour SIR CLEMENT MALONE.Kt.
Chief Justice of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Illands having teen granted
leave of absence as from 1st April, 1950,
His HONOUR MR. JusTIcs ALFRED V.
CRANE, Senior Fnisne Judge, has pursu-
ant to the proviso to Section 5 of the Lee-
ward Islands, and Windwart Islands
(Courts) Order in Council. 1939 assumed



O t I.


the dutiesof Chief Justice until his depart-
ure from this jurisdiction to assume office
as Chief Justice of British Honduras..
C. 17/50.
Administrator's Office.
19 h April 1950.
The following -particulars relating to
appointments etc. in the public service are
published for generalinforta.tion:-
DAVIS, Miss MUARu L, 3rdi.Class Clerk
Administrittor's.Otfice, vacation leave
from 17th April to 11th May, 1950,
inclusive.
E. 479
WINSTON, GiEhARD A, Manager Govern-
ment Marketing Depot, vacation leave
from llth April to 1st May, 196)
inclusive.
E. 178
SBy Order,
J N MclN'TYRE.
Governml.'t Seretarty

Admini.st ator's Office.
20th April. 1950.
POST OF FOREST SUPER-
VISOR.

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
Forest Supervisor in the -Forestry and
Crown Lands Division of the Department
of Agriculture in St. Vincent, Windward
Islands. .
Applicants should be qualified Land
Surveyors, and the successfulapplicant will
be attached to the Surveys Department for
a period of 2 years in the first instance.
during wh:ch time his duties will consist of
the demarcation of the Crown Lands and
forest Reserves boundaries in accordance
Switch the Crown Lands and the Boundaries


Official


No. 20


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_ ..... --- -----..


'









QFXkIQAL AZU=E,.MQN2AY-, MAY i, 1XI50.


Settlement, and the Land Surveyor Ordi-
nances. He will, in due course, be re-
quired to take a course of training .in
forestry under the Windward Islands
Forestry Scheme D-1139.
Tne post, which is non-pensionable, car-
ries salary in the scale $ 1,680 x $96-
t 2,640 per annum, and a cost of living
bonus at the prescribed rate. .-louse
Allowance of $ 120 per annum and a trans-
Port allowance of $ 480 per annum, are
also payable.
The appointment will be on three years
probation, and during the probationary
period may be terminated by three months'
notice in writing on either side.
Applications with full details of qualifi-
cations~ ..age." and- experience, should be
addressed to the Government Secretary,
Government Office, St. Vincent, and should
reach him not later than the 30th April
1950.
192/49
Administrators' Qff.ce,
20th April 1950.
THE Administrator has been pleased to
.. appoint] under section 2 of the Roseau
Hospital Ordinance, No. 14 of 19424 the
following persons to serve on the Board of
Visitors for the Roseau Hospital -
Honourable C.A.H. Dupigny (Chairman)
Mrs. E.-P. Arrowsmith
Mrs. C. A. Harney
Mrs: W. J. Whiting
Mrs. R..H. Johnson
Mr. J. B. Charles.
27750.

Administrator's Ofice.
20th April. 1950.
IT is hereby notified, for general infor-
mation, that under. the provisions of See-
tion 4 of-the Medical Act, 1937, the follow-
ing persons have been appointed as. Mem-
bers of the Medical Board for the Colony
of Dominica :-
The Senior Medical Officer (Chaiiman)
The District Medical .Officer (Urban)
The Resident Me'dical Officer
Dr. L. S Kirton
L. O. Green, Esq.
592/48.

Administrator's Office,
20th April, 1950.
THE Administrator directs the public.
tion for general information of the follew-
ing Cost of Living Index Figures in res-
pect of Dominica.
Statistics for 31st January, 1950.
General Average Increases since 1989
(September)
All Items 142.6 %
Food Only 133.7%
135 48.
Statistics for 28th February, 1950


General average increases since 1939
(Septemnber)


135/48.


All items 144.3%
Food only 135.3%


Adminiistrator's OSice,
25th April 1950.
His Excellency ihe Governor has been
pleased to give his assent to the undermen-
tioned Ordinance which has been passed by
the Legislative Council of this Colony:-
No. 2 of 1950. An Ordinance to make
provision for raising a Loan to pro-
Guce an amount not exceeding One
hundred and forty-four thousand doll-
ars for the purpose of making ad-
vances to Cultivators in the Colony.
This Ordinance is published with this
issue of the Official Gazette.
68/50

Admini..tra tor's Ofice,
27th April, 1950
APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
Draughtsman in the Public Works Depart-
ment, Dominica The duties of the post
will be the preparation of plans and work-
ng drawings for simple building projects,
from rough sketches. An elementary
knowledge of measurements for quantities
would be an added qualification.
The salary of the post is $ 1248x $ 96
-$ 1738, commencing salary according to
qualifications, The post is pensionable.
Leave 'will 'be in accordance with local
regulations. Quarters are not provided.
Applications with details of experience,
qualifications, recommendations etc. should
be forwarded to reach the Director of
Works. Dominica, not later than 10th
June, 1950.
759,'47.

TREASURY & CUSTOMS,
DOMINICA,
11th April, 1950.
NOTICE.
'"- -----; --
THE attention of shippers is, directed
to the provisions of Section' 26 of Ordin-
ance No. 5 of 1949 which reads as
follows: -
Before any goods are shipped for
exportation the exporter shall lodge
"with ihe Treasurer a specification.
thereof in such form and containing
"such particulars as the Treasurer
directs, and shall make and .subscribe
"a declaration that the particulars
therein are correct, and shall, if re-
quired by the Treasurer, produce the
"invoice, bill of lading and other docu.
ments relating to the goods. If the
exporter fails to comply with any of
the requirements of this section, or if
"any f the .particulars in any such








OFFICIAL GAZETTE; MONDAY, MAY 1, 1950


"specification are incorrect, the export-
or shall be liable to a penalty not ex-
ceeding twenty shillings. "
In order to ensure that cwrr-ct F.0 B..
values are entered in the specification (or
export warrant) exporters are iejuested
to furnish the Tariff Clerk with a certifie I
copy of the invoice covering each shipment
within twenty-four hours after the goods
have been exported.
Such copies of invoices will be treated as
confidential and returned to the exporter
by registered post as soon as possible after
the required information has been noted.
Copies of invoices will not be required in
respect of shipments within ihe Carribbean
Area by bo6na fide hucksters.
A. D. BOYI)D
Acting Fiinancial Secretory,
470/50

FORM A"
APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION
DOMINICA.
The Registration of United King-
dom Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946.

BLACK LABEL


RED LABEL
Application is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register, of the Unit
ed Kingdom Trade Marks Nos. 651781
and 651782 in class 38 (Schedule IV).
registered on the 18th September, 1946,
and for the issue to me of a Certificate of
Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said Trade Marks.
Dated the 9th day of March 1950.
G. A. JAMES
Agent.
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA
NOTICE.

Trade Marks Office,
Dominica,
29th March, 1950
GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION
of West Grand Boulevard and Cass Avenue
Detroit, State of Michigan, U. S. A., havw
applied for registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following word


CORA1OX0

in class 16 that is to say Spark plug itn'ul'
at,,rs
'lhie Applicants claim to have iustd the
saiI trade mark for one year before Lhe
25th tday of November 94)!).
Any persons may within threl mtonrhs
from the date of the tirst apoearar.e of
this adverlisment in the Dominica O4,fcral
G;,zette give notice, in duplicate, at the
Trade Marks Office, .)ominica of opi,sL-
tion to registration of the said trade mark.
T. A. IHOYID,
Registrar of 7riade Marks.
Agent:- C. A. H. DUPIGNY, Esq.,
Chambers,
Voseau

NOTICE

Trade Marks Office,
Dominica,
29th March, 1950
UNION CARBIDE AND CARBON
CORPORATION. 80 East 42nd Street. New
York, New York, United States of Amer-
ica; have applied for registration of one
Trade Mark consisting of the following
device and words


in Class 8 that is to say Electric Dry Bat
series.
The Applicants claim to have usbd the
said trade mark fer more than eighteen
months before the 6th day of February,
1950.
Any person may within three monnths
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica Official
Gazette give notice, in duplicate, at the
Trade Marks Office, Dominiea. of opposi-
tion to registration of the said trade miark-
T. A. BoYD,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
Agent:- W. F. HARRISON, Esq.,
Roseau









88 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, MAY 1, 1950.

DOMINICA.

Comparative Return of Principal Domestic Imports.


1949


1950


a. ARTICLES


CLASS 1.

Food, Drink-& Tobacco.

Animals:-
Cattle, horned No. I
Beer & Ale Stout &
Porter gals.
Biscuits, Bread & Cakes:
Unsweet'ed in bris. Ibs,.
do. in tins ,,
Other ,,
Butter
,, Substitutes ,,
Cheese
Cocoa--Prepared ,,
Coffee -Prepared ,,
Confectionery
Fish :
Canned lbs.
Dried & Salted ,
Pickled Herrings ,,
Fruits: Dried ,,
Grain, Flour Pulse. *
Preparations thereof:
Rice lbs.
Flour Bags of 98 lbs.
Cornmeal ,,
Beans & Peas Ibs.
Macaroni a Vermicelli ,,
Jams, Jellies & Preserved
Fruits:
Jams & JellieS lbs,
Canned & Bottled ,,
Lard & Substitutes Ibs.
Meats : Beef .'.
Pork
Canned
Smoked
Milk, Condensed lbs.
Oils Edible gals.
Pickles, Condiments &.
Sauces val.
Salt: Coarse bri$.
"Fine lb.
Spirits & Bitters :
Bitters., gals.
Spirits: ..
Brandy gals.
Cordials & Liqueurs ,
Gin
Whisky
Sugar:-Refined bs.
Unrefined ,,
Tea lbs.
Tobacco & Shuff :
Manuf.: Cigarettes Ibhs
Cigars ,,
Other
Unmanufactured
Vegetables:
Canned lbs.
Onions & Garlic lbs
Potatoes Ibs
Vinegar val.
Wines:
Claret gals.
Medicated
Sparkling
Still
Vermouth

TOTAL CLASS I.


. Ma,


Quantity


48
3184
460

* 8,694


60
293
5,0fi8
),

20,000
88.




66
8,350
1,597




3,725

100
1,471
2,359

2,350


266







37-

226,932
460
S 610




30
3,695
16,229-


15
32

32
3


rch Jan. to March March


Vvlae Quantity Value Quantity Value
$ ___ $





1 480 ..

699 1,722 3,637 1,779 '4 2391

6 1,773 318 i: 6,604- '.Is5.
,.268 3,946 1,563 i', 368 ... .54
309 ],099 700 i 1,213 784
i 989 927
3,409 20,084 8,008 i 6,155 2,208
20 10 i 127 82
300 121
108 60 108 72 130
139 1,098 540 816 442

j521 6,427 3,262 i
S75 10 89,600 23,336
2,042 34,200 3.715 8,740 1,273
115 108 123 1 100 45


88,.500 5,081
1 6 5,293 45,576
426 132 840! 5.7 524
1,220 13,997 2,057 3,540 701
300 2,953 *6



108 33
1,470 10,068 3 977 2,497 917


32
678
1,876

4,770

210
710




62
27
484
343'

14,724
465

-- 1;272




58
365
832


37
10
5
159
23


100
3,814
2,359

6,221


751


4

73
5
333
104

597.829
1,408

1,402

2.5
4
32
21,"60
29,029


204
19.
7
S49
74


41.233


3911 '
aU
1,848
1,876

13,325

344
1,618


37

514
52
1.877
923'

39,561
1,346

2.832.

47
6

62
2,221
1,460


... ,2,400 .
1,065
745
7.272-'
* :'9,667 :


462



: 19

280,
103

'412,320
6

708




130
2,500
7.752


553
1,032
388
.1,881
5,829

468
837.




187

1,539
.956
29,276i
S': 24

.1,324


Jan. to March


Quantity: Value








3,571 8,513

6,988 1,642
S 368 254
2150 1.345
14,277 10,702
13,104 4,726
11,500 5,613
S 66 34
188 336
4 254 2,038

969 562
437,248 99.410
21,540 3,087
232 118


54,8930 31,451
j11,822 1"0,280
S57 524
15,5S8 3,027
1,345 327



'541' 189
6,261 2,307
2.000 701
14,200, 33.65
6,580 4,369
2,145 1,116
18,410 4.950
7,805 17,061

1,480
.1,106 2,419
60 1

1 12

79 586
11 139
645 3,525
193 1,739
1004,1;97 "70,474
476 -509

.. :. 1,962 3,869

69 197
30 61

901 260
8,403 11,21
13,522 1,169


491 47 84 78
105 3 18. 9
124 11
1,741 4-2 1,384 608
428 32 268 70

103,815 135,046


317

126
49
129
2,002
438

397,667









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY MAY 1, 1%60. 89


19 9.


1950.


ARTICLE


ES.


March


S Quantity Value
$
CLASS 11
Grease lbs 25 5
Plants, Seeds & Bulbs val. 10
Resin, Tar & Pitch
Wood :
Pitch Pipe ft.
Spruce White Pine ft. 19,185 44540
Shingles M.


CLASS 11I.
Apparel:
Shirts doz. ]56 1.695
Vests & Bloomers ,, .50 282
Other val. 255
Arms, Ammunition &
Explosives val. 206
fags & Sacks (empty) ,, 3.517
Blacking & Polishes ,, 310
Hooks, Printed ,, 32
Boots,Shoes&Slippers prs. 6,100 9,435
Candies: Tallow lbb i 10 108
Other ,, 1337 544
Carriages, Cart; & j
Waggons:
Bicycles No.
Motor Cycles No
Motor Cars No 5 8,5:7
Motor Lorries ,. 1 11,32
Motor Parts (Car)val.
Other & Parts ,
Tyres & Tubes ,, 2,004-
Cemett. pyr 400 lbs -
Chemical.s & Insect icides v. 498
Cifrematograph Films ft 134,413 2,182
Cordage & Twine val. 1,322
Cotton Manufactures:
.; Piece Goods yds. 46,635 17.006
Artificial Silk Piece
Goods yds. 6,131 4,627
Cutlery val. 13
Electrical Supplies ,, 803
Enamelware ,, 525
Glass & Glassware ,, 71)
Hardware ,, 1,657
Hats, Caps & Bonnets 521
Hemp, Tow & Manufs.,
Oakum ,, 366
Hosiery: Cotton & Art.
Silk 64
India Rubber & Gutta i
Percha Manufactures,,
Lamps, Lanterns &
Accessories val.
Leather Manufactures ,,
Linen ditto ,,
Machinery:
Agricultural ,, ,30
Other ,, 6,943
Manures tons 117 7,915
Matches gross.
Medicines & Drugs val. 2,04.8
Metal Manufactures:
Iron & Steel val. 1,250
Other ,,
Oils: Fuel & Gas gals.i 432 97
Gasolene ,, 8.413 2,054
K e ro se n e ,, i o i
Kerosene 7,042 1,679
Lubricating 42 27
Paint I
Other ,, 34 264
Packages, M.T No. 3,872
Paints, Colours &c. Ibs 4,22 1,27
Turpentine gals. 10 20
Varnish ,, 23 72

Carried Forward .. 4,169


Jan. to March I March
---------;! -------

Quantity Value iQuantity Value
_$ I$

2 6 2
10
i33


19,1 a





546
312






12,658
270
1669


17


2



192

327,855


128.628

26,738


~I


4,45(0 .13,30 4,214


a1.


0,979
1,356
1,437

340
14,867
319
746
21,890
10i
631


856

99,11
1,452
4600
140
7,235
1,438
3,448
5,530
2,623

47,985

17,776
463 i
3.108 1'
1,152 ,
1,092
107,765
2.035
> 1


217
1 )0






:350

2,094


950

166,223


63,0 2

1,424


8na




2,,065
40'8
731


5,766
450
54
1,302

808



474
15,851
1- 50
1,673
594
4,159
6,637
1,471
2,752


20,631

S (94

=2,150
2,918
45
5,047
1,.33,


Jan. to March


Quantity Value


342 (I




13,3f00 4,214
40 I,(:2

I

478 '1455








2, 86i,
S, 5,8 -



6,639 14,489

2,2.3 j S2


11.
S '. ,
5*
7



2,220

377,566


111,564

4,312


565
1,704
30,249
'14,907
4 001
2.961
9,772
13,378
5,217
5,033
235

503, 239

2900
105
5,145
4.245
1,419
10, (6-2
2,322

2D3


34 34
2:16 37 ;2
t 15 3o


2,307 1,81,
16,257 14,832 2:' .f
1;6 11,184 .79 5,291 159 12.076
65 742 02 363 1,573 1,892
7,082 1,344 5,607

2,974 14,068 27e9
1,750 8.11 oo
5.002 1,2.3 i 48,71 1,657 0,784 '10
,s685 4,886 I 9,773 a,' 24,433 ,7
),904 5.107 7,o09 ,061 20,734 5,6
1,700 086 I 1,238 1 .,469 2.0(69 2,3 1:
14 192 9 307 92 307
8,860 ,727 30 153 7 5360
108 4,10i 25,54 g1
t.792 1 1 ,712 1,1( ,394 2,665.

2513,4 0 o 3
1-710,70!I 193,541] I315,9


I


t


I


J


B









90 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, MAY 1, 1950.

194 9 1950.

ATIcOLs March Jan. to March March Jan. to March


Quantity Value Quantity Value Quantity Value Quantity Value
$ $ ....... $

TOTAL Brought Forward 94,160 140,740 193,511 315.962

Paper Manufactures val. 1,077 2,260 3r50 i.0
Perfumery &c. ,, 411 504 23 400
L(,- l~ j-_-_-^^- -_ '; i'


1IiK lanuiacture ,,
Soap; Cmmoen lbs.
Fancy ,,
Spirits: Medicinal gals
Perfumed
Stationery, (Govt.) val.
Other
Umbrellas
Wool & Woollen
Manufactures

CLASS IV.
ANIMALS NOT FOR FOOD
Animals: Asses No.
Dogs ,,
Horses ,,

CLASS V.
Parcels Pest val.
Specie

TOTAL CLASSES
II, III, IV. & V.

GRANB TOTAL -.


11,083 3,21 I
3,348 1,404

1,1
1,910


23.438
4,350


8,185



112,437

153,670


4,972
2,087
35
131
717
5,224
333

6,532



20
15



20,894



281,614

385,429


15,634
311










1


2,597
169


583
1,511


819



15




13,863


172,155

307,201


40,497
1,570










1
I


6,782
832
34
290
1,254
3,270


15
40



28,171



355,606

753,278


A. D. BOYD,--Ag. Financial Soretary.
14/4/50.


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" OFr0ICTAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, MAY 1, 1950.


Comparative Return of Domestic Produce Shioped.


A ARTICLES.
(


Class I.
,ocoa, Raw lbs.
Coffee ,, lbs.
?'ruits & Nuts: Fresh:
Axocado Pears T/crates
Bananas, bunches
Coconuts No.
Grapefruit C/crates
Lemons, ,,
Limes, Green bris.
Mangoes C/crates
Oranges brls.
Do. C/crates
Others val.
Fruits & Nuts: Preserved:
Pickled Limes brls.
Do. Tamarinds ,,
Fruit Juices:
Lime Juice, Cone. gals.
Do. Cordial ,,
I Do. Raw
Ioney lbs.
'Spices: Ginger lbs.
Nutmegs
Vanilla
Spirits: Rum gals.
l'obacco & Snuff:
Manufactured :
Cigars lbs.
Cigarettes
Un manufactured :
Black Leaf
Vegetables. Onions val.
Other
Class 11.
Copra lbs.
Hides & Skins No.
Leather,Unmanufctd. Ibs.
Dils Essential:
In soln. in L. Juice lbs.
Furtle Shells ,,
Wood & Timber :
Unmanufactured :
Firewood ~ cprds
Hardwood ft.
Class. ll.
Baskets No.
Bay Rum gals
Canoes No.
Canoe Shells No.
Charcoal lbs.
Oils Essential:
Bay Oil lbs.
Grapefruit Oil
Lime Oil, Distilled
Do. Ecuelled
Orange Oil

TOTAL ... $


1950,


Idate
date.
i \


FOB B
Value
$

17,986
2

3,721
2,858
1.880
22,826
653
11,276
1,023
2.053
11,712
7;1






50.322

58
6
56,248
4,346


2,91.2




j.300


1,640


144,141







49






175

50

210


Quant



37,4i



1.4-
18,0!
t6

1
1








II,3
12,1



3


March






1
ity FO






:35 1051
49 1.328
97 652
55. 2,632
1 4
05 63-2
29 581
15 119
"27
30


1"2 104I


55 I 1,330
75 8,,;652
*i 3
115
1 1,1


Total to date.

Quantity F I(
Value


158,382 63,9525
I

428 1,285
34,985 38,498
46,89@ 1,i88
18,853 75.424


S 1
23:3
186(
564
181


l 61,00o
1 10,886
3.57
. 13

920


890 )00




;22


13,025; 237, 326 20,297 211,4172 2)0,58,



1],814 421.



588 210 1,113 69 251
800 44 .61 10

'11 s58 9
S 41 82


5 175 5 ,

45 11,194 9,860 2,974 3,218

979 5,521 25,099 1,465 9,448
354 -3,398
96 164

58 548 243,593 85,075


46W9,1094







225
951


41




9,409

4,254

94e


44
1 399
841
4.597
738
3:17


1.092
104


S43.924
60,72-3
54
1

1,903
1,288


2,008




1,847

45,604
10
2o8





1 ,061
Co

82




9,721

27 540

2,952

422,754
1 ----


t Quantity and value of oil in solution deducted and given separately under Oils."
A. D. BOYD,-Ag. Financial Secretlary.
14 -. .50







METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER KEPT AT BOTANIC GARDENS, DOMINICA.


0)ate
1956.


Day.


Mar. Wed.
2, Thu'rs
,, 3 Fri.
,, 4 Sat..
,, Sun.
S6 Mon.
S7! Tues.
,, 8 Wed.
,, 9. Thu-s
S10 Fri.
,*I Sat.
12 Sun.
,, 13 Mon.
;, 14 Tes.
,, 15 Wed.
,, 16 Thurs.
,, 17 Fri.
S18 Sat.
19 Sun
,20; Mon.
,211 Tues.
,22' Wed
,23 Thurs.
,, 2 Fri.
,, 25 Sat.
26 Sun
,, 27 Moa.
,, 28 Tues.
29 Wed.
30 Thurs.
31: Fri..


THERMOMETER.


Dry. Wet.

S9am. 3p ri. 9a.m. 3 pm.


73 80 71 74
7 80 71 75
76 82 71 76
S72. 70. -
-
76 82 71 76
1.73 82 70 75
i 76 82 71 75
S7,i 82 72 .75
74 82 70 75
72 70 -
-* -


73
73
73
73
78
77

74
75
80
76
76
77

78
78S
79
78
80)


81
81
80
80
84


82

80

83
8)
80


83
83
83
81
83


70
70
70
70
72
72

70
72
73
72
72
71

71
72
74
73
- 74


RIlative
Humidity.


The;


9a.m. 3pm. Max'


67
67
74
89

74
83
74
79
79
89

84
84
84
84
73
74

79f
F4
67
79
;9
70

69
72
76
76
72


S Barometer
Corrected,
rmometer. Reduced to 3 Fh. Rainfall for the Rainfall for the
and Sea. Level. Rainfall. Year 1950.. Year 1949.

m. Min'm. 9 a.m. 3:p.m. Mths. Ins. Pts. Mths, Ins. Pts.



70 30.05 29 94 .'0 January 9.87 January 2.06
70 30.01 29 92 .42 February 3.59 February 6; 44
68 30.00 29.95 .30 March 3. 75 March 2 73
67 30.03 11.23
.20 ]7 21 11.23
67 30.00 2994 .00
67 30.03 29.99 .0O
67 30.10 2999 .CO
67 30.06 30.00 .24
67 I 30.02 2999 .21
67 30.06 .20
-- .28
66 30.06 30.4 0 .30
67 80.03 SO.CO .(
67 30.01 29.95 .12
68 30.05 30.(0 .C0
"^ .1


30.02
3005

30.10
3V 06
30.1 3
30.04
30 (3
80.03

29.99
30.00
3003
30.00
30.00


29 98

2998
3000
2996
29.94
2994
9- 9

2999
2990
2995
29.94
29.94


.V0
.X3
.('6
.00
.15
. 0
.C9
.01
.12
.10
.( 0
.04
.27

.00
3.75


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DOMINICA. The Agricultural Credit (Loan) No. Z of 1950.
Ordinance, 1950.
..l I assent,
R. D. H. ARUNDELL,
.... Governor.
lith March, 1950

DOMINICA.

No. 2 of 1950.

AN ORDINANCE to make provision for rais-
ing a Loan to produce an amount not
exceeding One hundred and forty-four
thousand dollars for the purpose of
making advances to Cultivators in the
Colony.
[Gazetted 1st May, 1950.]
WHEREAS it is expedient to raise a loan of One
hundred and forty-four thousand dollars for the purpose
specified in the schedule hereto:
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 AgriculturalShort title.
Credit (Loan) Ordinance, 1950.
2. The Governor is hereby authorised to issue de- Authority to
bentures or stock or both under the provisions of The Governor to
borrow by sale
General Loan and Inscribed Stock Ordinance, 1949," to of debntur.e
of inscribed
an amount sufficient to produce as nearly as may be the stock
sum of One hundred and forty-four thousand dollars,
and such further sum as may be necessary to defray the
expenses of the issue.
3. (1) Any sum raised to defray the expenses of Applicatieo of
issue shall be applied only to that purpose. Lona.
(2) Save as aforesaid the money borrowed un-
der this Ordinance shall be appropriated and applied to
the purpose specified in the schedule to this Ordinance:
Provided that the Governor may, with the prior
sanction of the Secretary of State for the Colonies,
utii ise any savings in respect of the item in that sche-
dule to cover any excess of expenditure in respect of any
other development scheme in the Colony.
4. Contributions to sinking fund, as contemplated ommn
by the provision of sections 14 and 28 of The General mnnto Con-
tribution to
Loan and Inscribed Stock Ordinance, 1949," shall com- Sinkin Fund.
glence in respect of any debentures or stock issued under








the Ordinance not later than three years after the date
from whieh the interest on such debentures or stock
shall commence to run.
Power to issue 5. Pending the issue of the whole or any portion of
Treasury ails the oIan hereby authorised, the Governor may, if neces-
sary, raise thee instalments of the money as required by
the lsi of Treasury Bills under the Presidential Trea-
sury Bills Ordinance, 1923.
SCHEDULE.
The provision of funds for the purpose of making
advances to Cultivators in the Colony.
Passed by the Legislative Council this 26th day of
January, '1950.


68/50.


D.K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.


DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Office, loeh'u, by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES.
y Authofity.
[Pri&e 2d.]




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