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Dominica.


Official


VOL. LXXIII


Gazette.


ROSEAU, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1950.


Government Notices.
Administrator's Office,
4th September, 1950.
THE following particulars relating to
appointments etc., in the public service
are published for general information:-
AZILLE, Miss MILLICENT, G.S.O. Class II,
Nurse Leper Home, vacation leave
from 1st September, to 3rd October,
1950 inclusive.
E. 568
BEDNEAU, Mr. STEPHEN, G.S.O. Class III,
Postman, Vieille Case Portsmouth
District, vacation leave from 4th Sep-
tember, 1950 inclusive.
E 194
FRANCIS, Mr. CLAYTON, G.S.O. Class III,
Orderly, Roseau Hospital, vacation
leave from 5th September to 20th Sep-
tember, 1950 inclusive.
E 589
LESTRADE, Mr. STARFORD, S., 3rd Class
Clerk, Public Works Department, va-
cation leave from 4th September to
13th September, 1950 inclusive.
E. 629.
Administrator's Office,
4th September, 1950.
NOTICE E.
Tenders are invited for the purchase of
a certain quantity of spare parts for Bed-
ford Trucks.
A list of the articles may be seen on
application to the Public Works Depart-
ment, and the articles by arrangement.
Tenders should be submitted to the
Director of Works in sealed envelopes
marked "Tenders for spare parts for
Bedford Trucks."
Tenders will be closed at 11 a.m. on
Monday 2nd October, 1950.
1121/50
.32 1. 7)F
'D477 i


No. 45


NOTICE
Administrator's Office,
4th September, 1950.
ARGENTINE CONSULAR REPRESEN-
TATION
With reference to Gazette Notice dated
the 9th August, 1950. it is further notified
for general information that the Exequa-
true empowering Senor Adolft A. Bolini
as Consul-General of the Argentine in
London with jurisdiction in the United
Kingdom and "United Kingdom Overseas
Territories not at present within the
district of an Argentine Consular Officer"
received His Majesty's signature pn the
30th May, 1950.
1008/50

Administrator's Office,
5th September, 1950
The Administrator has been pleased
to appoint, by virtue of the provisions of
section 3 of the Midwifery Ordinance,
1931 (No. 4 of 1931), The Resident Medi-
cal Officer. Roseau Hospital, the Senior
Nursing Sister, Roseau Hospital and Miss
Marie Lundell, Senior Health Visitor, as
members of the Dominica Midwives Board.
269/33

Administrator's Offlce
6th September, 1950.
PRICES CONTROL BOARD
IN accordance with the provisions of
section 33 of the Prices Control Order
1947 (S. R & 0. 1947, No. 6). His Honour
the Administrator has been pleased to
constitute the Prices Control Board for a
period of one year as from the 1st of
August, 1950 as follows:-


publisHbhb bp RSutborit.t


---------------------------*--










.218 OFFICIAL GAZETTE,

The Competent Authority (Chairman)
The Controller of Supplies
The Labour Officer
Hon. C.A.H. Dupigny ) Representing the
Hon. Austin Winston interests of con-
) sumers.
Hon. J. O. Aird Representing com-
I.N. Shillingford,Esq. mercial interests.
858/47.

Administrator's Office,
11th September, 1950.
THE following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with and form part
of this Gazette:-
No. 19 of 1950. The Compensation for
buildings or growing crops Regula-
tions, 1950.
877/50.
No. 20 of 1950. The Diplomatic Privi
leges (United Nations and Interia.
tional Court of Justice) (Amendment)
Order, 1950.
94/46.

Administrator's Office.
11th September 1950.
THE Minutes of a Meeting of the
Finance Committee held on Thursday,15th
September, 1949, is published with this
issue of the Official Gazette for general
information.
336/47
By Order,
J N. MclNTYRE,
Government Secretary.

PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT
REGULATIONS FOR BRITISH COUN-
CIL SCHOLARSHIPSS.

1. The Council offers scholarships to
overseas students, tenable at Universities
and other educational institutions in the
United Kingdom.
2. The awards are mainly for men and
women who have already successfully com-
pleted university'degree courses or who
have equivalent professional qualifications
Preference is given to candidates between
25 and 35 years of age.
3. The scholarships are normally for
one academic year of 10 months or for
two academic years, according to the
duration of the approved course of study.
4. A full scholarship is intended to
cover all expenses of maintenance and
study, and includes fares, fees, personal
maintenance, a grant for books and appar-
atus 'of 10 per annum and approved
travelling expenses in the United King-
dom. The maintenance allowance varies
between 25 and 35 monthly, according
to the seniority of the scholar and the
place in which he is studying. Where
scholars are in a position to do so,. they
are expected to contribute to the cost.


MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1950.


5. Scholarships are awarded only on
the recommendation of the Council Repre-
sentatives overseas.
6. Conditions of Ienure.
(a) A scholar must spend the whole
of his scholarship period in the
United Kingdom and must under-
take to return to his own country
at the end of this time.
(b) A scholar may not take paid em-
ployment without the consent of
the Council, which will be granted
only in exceptional cases.
(c) A scholar must follow the course
of study approved by the Council
ana abide by the rules of the Uni-
versity or other institution in which
he is placed
(d) Scholars may not bring their
wives or families with them to the
United Kingdom.
7. Method of Application.
Further information and application
forms may be obtained from The Educa-
tion Officer.
These application forms must be com-
pleted and returned with supportingdocu-
ments before 6th October; 1950.
Candidates recommended by local
selection committee will be required to
supply five (b) sets of all documents and
may also be required to submit a medical
certificate of fitness.
A candidate who has previously applied
for a scholarship must make his second
application in full.
8. Method of Selection.
A local selection committee will consider
applications from residents in Dominica.
The recommendations of this committee
will be further considered, together with
others from Barbados, the Leeward and
the Windward Islands hy an area selec.
tion committee under the chairmanship of
the British Council Representative.
The final selection will be made by
the British Council in London from
among those on the short list recommended
by the Area Selection Commrittee.
M. P. 1156/50
DOMINICA.
The Registration of Untited Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946


SHELLTOX

APPLICATION is hferebv made for the
Registration. in the Register of the Unit-
ed Kingdom Trade Mark No. 502686
registered on the 10th day of May, 1929
and for the issue to us of a Certificate cf
Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said Trade Mark.
Dated the 30th day of May, 1950.
W. F. HARRISON
Agent for:-Petroleum Marketing
Company (West Indies) Limited
To the Registrar of Trade M atks,
DOMINICA.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11,- 1950i


DOMINICA..
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946.

SINGLE SHELL
APPLICATION is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register, of the Unit-
ed Kingdom Trade Mark No. 474196
registered on the 25th day of October.
1926 and for the issue to us of a Certificate
of Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said Trade Mark
Dated the 30th day of May, 1950.
W. F. HARRISON
Agent for: Petroleum Marketing
Company (West Indies) Limited
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.

DOMINICA
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946


SHELL



DIESOLINE

APPLICATION is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register, of the Unit-
ed Kingdom Trade Mark No. 668473
registered 'on the 9th day of April, 1948
and for the issue to us of a Certificate of
Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said Trade Mark.
Dated the 30th day of May. 1950-
W. F. HARRISON
Agent for:-Petroleum Marketing
Company (West -Indies)- Limited
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.

DOMINICA
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946


CORONA
APPLICATION is hereby madefor the
Registration, in the Register, of the
United Kingdom Trade Mark No. 601749
registered on the 18th day of October, 1938
and for the issue to us of a Certificate of
Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said Trade Mark.


Dated the 30th day of May, 1950.
W. F. HARRISON
Agent for:-Petroleum Marketing
Company (West Indies) Limited
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.

DOMINICA.
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946

AEROSHELL





APPLICATION is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register, of the Unit-
ed Kingdom Trade Mark No. 529475
registered on the 17th day of February.
1932 and for the issue to us of a Certifi-
cate of Registration in the Colony of
Dominica for the said Trade Mark.
W. F. HARRISON
Agent for:-Petroleurn Marketing
Company (West Indies) Limited
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.


DOMINICA
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946 ... ...


SHEL1 BRAND
APPLICATION, is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register, of the Unit.
ed Kingdom. Trade Mark No. 511838
registered. on the 4th.day of April, 1930
and for the issue to usiof a Certificate. of
Registration in the Colony. of Dominica
for the said Trade Mark,
Dated the 30th day of May
W. F. HARRISON
Agent for: -PetroleurF Marketing
Company (West Indies) Limited
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA


DOMINICA
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance 1946


219









220


OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY,


SHELL BRANO


APPLICATION is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register, of.. the
United Kingdom Trade Mark No. 511837
registered on the 4th day of April, 1930
and for the issue to us of a Certificate of
Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said Trade Mark
W. F. HARRISON
Agent for:-Petroleum Marketing
Company (West Indies) Limited
'o tho Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.





DOMINICA.
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946


;. SHEuL BRAn


APPLICATION is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register, of the United
Kingdom Trade Mark No. 430963 regis-
tered on the 28th day of October, 1922
and for the issue to us of a Certificate of
Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said Trade Mark.
Dated the 30th day of May, 1950
W. F. HARRISON
Agent for:-Petroleum Marketing
Company (West Indies) Limited
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.


SEPTEMBER 11, 1950.,.

DOMINICA.
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance. 1946


SHELL BRAND '
APPLICATION is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Rogister, of the UniL'ed
Kingdom Trade Mark No, 498703 regis-
tered on the 4th day of January, 1929 and
for the issue to us of a Certificate of
Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said Trade Mark
W. F. HARRISON
Agent for: Petroleum Marketing
Company (West Indies) Limited
To the Legistration of Trade Marks
DOMINICA.

NOTICE
Trade Marks Office,
DOMIMICA.
14th August, 1950.
JOHN KNfGHT LIMITED of The Royal
Primrose Soap Works, Silvertown, London
E. 16, England have applied for registra-
tion of one Trade Mark consisting of the
following word and device









STEAMER
in Class 47 that is to say, Common Soap.
The applicants claim that the said trade
mark has not yet been used in the Colony.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica Ofi-
eial Gazette give notice, in duplicate, at
the Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of
opposition to registration of the said
trade mark.
T. A. BOYD
Registrar of Trade Marks,
Agent:-W. F. Harrison,
Roseau.
255/48









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1950. l21

TREASURY & CUSTOMS,
T 'st Septembdr, ]951.
THERE will be sold by public auction at the Customs House, Roseau. at 2.JOp;n.


on Thursday, the 21st day of September,


A. D.
G S121 R
& i Co
1534
1534
G. F. L.
.E R
J. R. II. B. & Co,
J. B.
A. C. S.
F'. A.
T. D. S.
J.R H. B &Co.
G
T. D. S.
T. D. S.
J. R H. B, & Co.
A. J K.
H. B.
J. G. & Co.
Williams
A. C. S./P. O S.
B & Co.
.J. R. H. B. & Co.
B. C.
B.C.
J. G. & Co.
E. S. (5687) & Co. Ltd.
J. R. H. B.
J. R. H. B. & Co.
J. R. H. B.
A. C. S. &Co
E. A. L. G.


:No 201



:No 1/4


:No. 428
:No. 1/2

No. 427
:No. 424/6
:No. 4390/1
:No. 87/8
:No 207/1
:No 1/2


1950. the following unclai:ned goods: -
1 Bundle Ruckets
,5 ('Cases Pipes,


1 Bag Sad Irons
1 Case Laces etc.
:2 Cases Confectionery

1 Case Stovrs
4 Cases Mer.handise

1 Crate Toilet Goods
1 Cask Galv. Basins
2 Cases Powder

1 Case Hardware
3 Crates Holloware
1 Crate Trunks
2 Cases Toys
1 Package Straw Hats
2 Cases Oilcloth


: 10 Cartons Milk Powder
2 Drums Linseed Oil
:No. 1/4 4 Cartons Batteries, etc.
1 Drum Olive Oil
: 2 Cases Olive Oil
No. 154 1 Case Rubber Shoes
No. 1 1 Bale C. P. Goods
: 20 Bags Beans
1 Case Aluminum Ware
:No.1/20 20 Bales Toilet Paper
: 1 Case Corned Beef
:No.1/60 60 Cases Wire Nails


Dominica Trade and Revenue Consolidation Ord. No. 5 of 1949 Section 27 (4).
S, W. SWEEPING,
Financial Secretary,










222 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1950.


DOMINICA.

Comparative Return of Principal Domestic Imports.


1949


ARTICLES.


CLASS 1.

Food, Drink & Tobacco.

Animals:-
Cattle, horned No.
Beer & Ale Stout &
Porter gals.
Biscuits, Bread & Cakes :
Unsweet'ed in brls. lbs.
do. in bins
Other
Butter
SSubstitutes
Cheese
Cocea--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 & Vermicelli ,,
Jams, Jellies & Preserved
Fruits:
Jams & Jellies lbs.
Canned & Bottled
Lard & Substitutes lbs.
Meats: Beef
Pork
Canned
Smoked
Milk, Condensed lbs.
Oils Edible gals.
Pickles, Condiments &
Sauces val.
Salt: Coarse brls.
Fine lbs.
Spirits & Bitters :
Bitters gals.
Spirits:
Brandy gals.
Cordials & Liqueurs ,,
Gin
Whisky
Sugar: Refined lbs.
Unrefined
Tea lbs.
Tobacco & Snuff:
Manuf.: Cigarettes lbs.
Cigars
Other
Unmanufactured ,,
Vegetables:
Canned lbs.
Onions & Garlic lbs
Potatoes Ibs
Vinegar val.
Wines:
Claret gals.
Mediated
Sparkling ,,
Still
Vermouth

TOTAL CLASS I.


June


Quantity


736

326
1,625
281
7.800
4,738
5,4)57
90

111


124,544
3,000
50


114,690
9,398
50
2,300




804
1,736
1,000
4,700
978

8,358
2.766


71


2
26
5
104
58


225,616
150

1,062

30


57
2,123
1,920


5
12
8
40
31


Value Quantity
$ 1 ......... .. .


1,673

57
601
190
5,550
1,714
2,901
48

73


24,139
306
14


6,717
78,151
294
354




208
634
279
840
732

2,321
5,627

211
93


25

236
61
590
496

14,578
174

2,180

62


12
182
95
61

9
110
61
255
88

153.002


Jan. t'


1

3,541

2,988
8,442
1,925
7,800
31,232
5,501
1,382
60
4,085

9,461
124,619
42,200
594


114,696
9,399
369
21,792
5,081



1,243
15,494
10,200
19,200
15,555
6,105
8,358
14,983


1,026
1,400

7

111
14
664
278

1,249,074
1,608

4,234

165
10,787

709
30,281
32,659


228
43
15
600
125


o June


Value
$





480

7,412

585
3,349
1,313
5,550
12,435
2,936
679
108
2,172

4.644
24,149
4,572
259


6,717
78,157
2,261
3,247
967


357
6,074
2,506
4,001
7,783
4,556
2,321
31,551

1,002
2.043
65

75

883
146
3.730
2,383

82,183
1,570

7,986

367
7,844

232
3,408
1,780
116


1950


June Jan. to June


I uantity






5

390

2,241
132
819
5,894
3,720
5,093
1,486
1 08
1,347



3,600



150
3,262
576
10,219
3,060


1,371
108
749
360
3,100
13,599
4,457
14,598
1,682


113
82

270,387
100

1,661

80


983
4,078
8.000


542
291 2
185
2,371 15
603

340,946


Value Quantity Value
$ $


1,300

910

649
138
466
4,805
1,450
2,878
861
240
841



604



13
27,485
2,349
1,978
661


405
127
280
195
718
8,324
3,373
3,9:)2
3,796

95
490
20





626
390

19,730
99

3,428

216


258
663
500



12

71


95,396


5,414

11,795
1,250
3 526
22,566
25,644
18,833
1,552
534
7,345

1,938
526,848
37,740
232


547,089
21,614
890
35,396
6,065


1,371
721
11,304
2.360
47,700
22,516
8,520
37,224
15,288


1,783
78

13

132
19
1,258
421
1,150
1,640,589
1,356

4,044

174
2,898

1,884
27,691
5,9509


166
16
41
855
101


1,300

12,992

2,846
S78
2.140
17,823
9,339
10,092
895
1,C09
4,061

1,1 -14
121 :06U
5,-35
118


31,-464
184,6160
4 9-15
6,991
1,354


405
342
4,071
896
11,156
13,800
6,049
10.717
33,874

1,800
3,856
21

144

1 057
218
6,860
3,382
169
116,399
1 677

8,317

479
2,531

518
3,734
3,818
457

301
93
399
3,032
656

662,820










OFFICIAL GAZETTE. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1950


1949.


ARTICLES.


CLASS II.
Grease lbs
Plants, Seeds & Bulbs val.
Resin, Tar & Pitch
Wood :
Pitch Pine ft.
Spruce & White Pine ft.
Shingles M


CLASS III.
Apparel:
Shirts doz.
Vests & Bloomers
Other val.
Arms, Ammunition &
Explosives val.
Bags & Sacks (empty) ,,
Blacking & Polishes
Books, Printed
Boots,Shoes & Slippers prs.l
Caniies: Tallow lbs
Other
Carriages, Carts &
Waggons:
Bicycles No.
Motor Cycles No
Motor Cars No
Motor Lorries
Motor Parts (Car)val
Other & Parts
Tyres & Tubes
Cement per 400 lbs.
Chemicals& Insecticides v.
Cinematograph Films ft
Cordage & Twine val.
Cotton Manufactures:
Piece Goods yds.
Artificial Silk Piece
Goods yds.
Cutlery val.
Electrical Supplies
Enamelware
Glass & Glassware
Hardware
Hats, Caps & Bonnets ,
Hemp, Tow & Manufs.,
Oakum
Hosiery: Cotton & Art.
Silk
India Rubber & Gutta
Percha Manufactures ,,
Lamps, Lanterns &
Accessories val.
Leather Manufactures ,
Linen ditto
Machinery :
Agricultural
Other
Manures tons
Matches gross
Medicines & Drugs val.
Metal Manufactures:


Ir
0
O
Oils





Pac
Pair


on & Steel
t+h


June


Quantity Value
_ __ ?


1,270

3,286



20












1,837
5.00
775


12






174

72,235


41,111

6,037



















148
600


182

331



431






145

481
1.181
114'
5
1,708
199
:', 3


701
49
571
1,311
761
1,136
131

12,646

3,499
92
513
174
1,871
3,437
361


3,743
14,225
674
1,901

6,308


er ,, 762
: Fuel & Gas gals. 212 49
Gasolene 6,992 1,522
Kerosene 4,546 1,307
Lubricating 302 312
Paint ,, 91 224
Other 556 1,108
kages; M.T No.
its, Colou's &c. lbs 7,073 1,262
Turpentine gals.
Varnish ,, 30 147

Carried Forward ... 30,529


Jan. to June


Quantity Value
$

3,027 473
S 110
3,286 331

44,047 10,534
19,185 -1,450
20 431


631
405






24 861
1,310
3,356


34
6
8
9



495

639,887


255,111

49,522


437
2,105




7,052
42,959
35,288
2,890
1,235
9,441
308
20.050
1.7
367


1950.

June Jan. to June


Quantity Value Quantity Value
$ $

224 1,557 '2775
10 19
271 1,398

23,062 5,175
42,149 :3,0:30
74 2,010


4.

1


104 1,934
1 2
342

62
437
119
186
,228 10,211

,730 617


1
2
3
5


148


8,286
1,73:13
1,801

1.191
17,901.
871
938
38,595'
520
1,332


1,705
3,763
13,417
13,915
2.624
27-
10,461
3,697
4,884
10,700
3,378

90,350

31,673
555
7,895
1,331
4,183
18.801
2,760

584

1,155

417

1,430
173
377

4,192
26,640
35,830
2,373
11,976

15,893
2,815
1,850
9,697
9,101
3,790
3,291.
4,115
4,980
5,850
70
1,325

973,384


50
1,199
8,182
11,342
2,011
6
2,118
1,322
930
1,291
16

19,429

9,172
3
10,157
6,575
649
3,866
18

714

353
558





3,068
5,392
4,674
239
7,087

3,770
1,145
1,304
3,389
'1,883
2,103
257
674
190
2,(.59
9
90

197,234:


744
121






24,6196
324
6,271


34
11
25
19



2,828

620,280


262,530

20,531



















351
2,644




26,280
52,644
40,323
4,362
217
30,554
176,054
25,451
20
89


8,702
606
1,833

283
12,370
1,759
1.163
47,21 (
170
2,355


1,6146
4,612
50,979
39,982
7,288
4.506
15,670
18,067
7,672
9,096
250

123,932

16.760
108
21,882
12,882
2,323
26,564
3,315

1,204i

1.052

778

1.39!1
15


4,946
64,683
29,040
3,302
17,335

41,925
12,3z5
5,254
14,775
11,751
5,230
665
9,094
8,237
9,162
38
5)26

6609.818


73,778


42,208

11,294



















60
201




3,704
11.413
6,076
1,675
80
2 679
200
5,!99
10
12


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1950.
*. A' _, _


1949. 1~


ARTICLES.





TOTAL Brought Forward

Paper Manufactures 'val.
Perfumery &c.
Silk Manufacture
Soap: Common lbs.
.Faney ,,
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 Post val.
Specie

TOTAL CLASSES
II, III, IV. & V.

@RANi TOTAL ...


Quantity


18,888
1,695










2
1


June Jan. to June


Value Quantity Value
$ _$


24,41 b

883
616

2,517
922
120
5
2M9
1,166
429

1,582



33
20



9,942


86,433

239,435


57,785'
8,043










5
2


U 3,384

7,712
1,756

11,626
3,835
233
1,579
2,828
8,858
1,984

9,765



63
35



46,762



560,824

901,770


June


Quantity Value


197,23

2,529
1,022

18,225 2,932
103 72


671
37
283.
1,073

1,168


1
2


17,098



159,532

264,928


522
100



70,386


824,995

1,487,815


W. H. SWEETING, -Financial Secretary.
2/8/50.


950.

Jan. to. June


Quantity Valie
_____$

669,818

9,103
3,265

92,271 15,499
5,152 2,454
34
1,108
2,355
4,738
1,073

5,741


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..OFFICIAL GAZETTE,. MONDAY,* SEPTEMBER 11, 1950.


S225


Comparative Return of Domestic Produce Shipped.


ARTICLES.


Class L
Cocoa, faw lbs.
coffee ,, lbs.
Fruits & Nuts: Fresh:
Avocado 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. Tamarinads ,,
Fruit Juices:
Lime Juice, Cone. gals.
Do. Cordial ,,
t Do. Raw
Honey lbs.
Spices: Ginger lbs.
Nutmegs
Vanilla
Spirits: Rum gals.
l'obacco & Snuff:
Manufactured :
Cigars lbs.
Cigarettes ,,
Unmanufactured :
Black Leaf
Vegetables Onions val.
Other
Class II.


Copra
Hides & Skins
Leather,Unmanufctd.
Oils Essential:
In soln. in L. Juice
Turtle Shells
Wood & Timber:
Unmanufactured :
Firewood c
Hardwood
Class lI.
Baskets
Bay Rum g
Canoes
Canoe Shells
Charcoal
Oils Essential:
Bay Oil
Grapefruit Oil
Lime Oil, Distilled'
Do. Ecuelled
Orange Oil


lbs. |
No.
lbs.

Ibs.


words'
ft.

No.
als.
No.
No.
lbs.

lbs.


TOTAL ...


1949. 1950.
__ ____ i .,______ 1950.

June Total to date. June I Total to date.

Quantity FOBQuantity Fi F B Quantity FO B Quantity F 0 I
SValue Value Value Value
$ ~ ~~ I- $
11,674 2,174 175,225 33,040 21,030 8,9581 222,459 so,86S
50 18 105 2

90 270 1,413 4,240 8 15 416 1.367
520 442 8,371 7,606 35.365 5,720 11.0,)575 1(;.001
7.703 264 90,774 ;3,086 I13,175 474 77,074 2,77.
10 20 10.384 31,321 2,693 10,341 22,949 1.272
10 69 117 776 109 296 10 3-0
1.473 7,072 2.619 13.077 893 12.855 1,885 20,8(;
3,952 7,204 8,735 21,792 3,131 15 362 5,050 22.211
50 299 355 2.457 19 181 584 4.78
111 333 3,067 12,045 2 12 184 751
50 888 42 362

i52 ,0952
88 1,804 110 2,054 5 ,
a i o or

63,875 45.99c
11 272 6,520 136.694 75,842 4,2;1 2,737 225,655 145,672
2,588 144 999 135 1,186 ''2
75 6 1,708 13 48
10 1 60 7 422 13
1,672 2,464 43,2041 94,810 9,700 60,326 3,061- 162,204
589 315 4,562 5,9c0 1,4384 2,037

92 1 387 956 4,128 480 1 518 1,420 5, 30
3 7 i


59,080

24




55
628






3,734

16


661

6,70!

15




660
54

5




3,547
89


40,816


6,882


479,048 42,327 I
266 16
24 15

2,236


350 3.093
2,922 372

105
40 60

208 6

23,393 20.753
92 285
7,019 31,709
354 3,398
585 1036

423,501


237,085






70
520


530 I

22,818






175
111 i

18


5,387 5 463

490 5,258


207,345


822,747
3
50

7,960


469
3,359


41



16,127

6,044

94a


3,85f

79,65






1,83
33

7


16,7i

40,5.

2,82

9-LI,4"


t Quantity and value of oil in solution deducted and given separately uhder "Oils."
W. H. SWEETING,-Financial Secretary.
2 8. .50


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COLONY OF DOMINICA.-STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT 30TH JUNE, 1950.


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

Deposits ... ... ... ... ......
Bills drawn on Crown Agents .. ... ..


ASSETS.


$ c.
350,909 36
14,946 60

298,856 32


$ c.




664,712 28


188,078
57,744


$ 910,535 26


CASH:
In hand ... ...
Bank ... ...
Sub Accountants ...
Remittances ...
Imprest ... ...
Crown Agents (current %)
Joint Colonial Fund ...

Advances ... ...

INVESTMENTS:
On behalf of Savings Bank ...


On behalf of Electric Light Depreciation Fund... 14,946 60


GENERAL REVENUE BALANCE:
Surplus at 1st January, 1950 ...
Deduct Deficit at 30th June, 1950


NOTE The above statement is exclusive of the Public Debt which was $110,400.00 at 30th June, 1950. Thn Sinking Fund in respect of this Debt amounted to $31,137.40
at the same date.


29th August, 1959.


W. H. SWEETING,
Financial Secretary.


__I


$ c.
2216 00
31,771 81
9,675 31
959 35
7,532 66
1,618 88
86,400 00





289,720 44


A. D. BOYD,
Accountant,


26,726
276,662


$ c.








140,174 01

215,768 73




304,667 04




249,935 48


910,535 26









METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER KEPT AT qOTTAhVJC GARDENS, DOMINICA.


THERMO


I)ate Day.
1950. Dry.

9a m. 3 p in.


Aug. 1 Tues. 73 87
2 Wed. 79 85
,, 3 Tlurs. 80 87
,, 4 Fri. 80 87
S5 Sat. 81 -
SSuun. -
7 Mon., -
8 Tues. 84 88
,, 9 Wed 83 87
10 Thurs. 82 8;
1 F'ri 8 8
,12 Sat. 81 -
,, 13: Sun. -
14 Mon. 84 85
,, 15 Tues. 8 87
I(,, Wed. 84 88
,, r17 hurs. 84 88
1 h'ri. 87 89
,190 Sat. 79 -
S20 Sui. -
,, 21 Mon. -
,, 22 Tus. 81 85
2: Wel. 82 81
21 Taurs. 82 87
25 Fri 84 90
2G6i S ilt. 83 -
27 Sun. i .
28 Mon. 81 i 87
29 Tues. 7 83
S30 Wed. 80
31 ITnurs. I 77 79


R llative
Humidity.

a.m. 3p m.


METER.


Wet.

9 a.m. 3p.m.


77 82
78 83
79 85
78 83
80 --


81 83
81 86
SO 85


Earometer
Correcteli.

Thermometer.' Reduced to .2 Fh.
and Sea Level. Rainfall.

Max'm. Min'nm. 9 am. 3 pm.



87 72 29.95 29.91 .40
86 70 29.938 9.84 .22
87 7 29.99 29 8 .00
83 71 30.04 29.83 .00
74 29.99 .22
.15
_- .18
89 72 29.95 29 83 .00
88 72 9 84 29 80 .32
88 73 29.F4 29 81 .00
88 76; 29.89 29.85 .00
75 29.E9 -- .00
-- .05
89 83 29.88 2983 .10
89 73 '9.8-1 29 83 (0
89 73 29.93 29 F8 .22
89 12 *9.90 29 t5 1.45
89 74 i29. 0 9 86 .20
7.1 29.! 0 .22
S- .49
.22
87 73 29.78 29.73 .28
86 74 9.89 29 87 1.05
89 '3 ~9 9 29 83 0
90 75 29 3 29.82 .CO
4 19.89 .29
-- .(2
8 73 29 89 29.88 .'0
87 74 2! 91 29 89 03
87 74 29.F9 29 88 .5L
82 72 2.87 29.79 3.(16


_____8.18


z
0

0i
CL


Rainfall for the Rainfall for the
Year 1950. Year 1949,


Mths. Ins. Pts. Mths. Ins. Pts.


Jaru-ary 9. 871 January 2.06
February 3.9ruay 59 euary 6. 44
March 3. 75 March 2 73
April 1.89 April 1.46
May 10. 37 May 2 58
Jure 12 64 June 13. 02
iJuly 10. 00 July 11 41
SAugust 8. 18' August 9.69
SIo 29 49. "



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DOMINICA.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1950, No. 19.

COMPENSATION FOR BUILDINGS OR
GROWING CROPS.

REGULATIONS MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SEC-
TION 12 OF THE ROAD ORDINANCE, 1914 (No. 10 OF 1914).
[Gazetted 11th SeptembEr. 1950.1
1. Short Title. These Regulations may be cited as the
Compensation for buildings or growing crops Regulations, 1950.
2. Compensation. The compensation to be paid for build-
ings disturbed or growing crops destroyed by the taking of land
under section 14 of the Road Ordinance, 1914 (No. 10 of 1914)
shall be assessed by the Agricultural Superintendent or his repre-
sentative and failing acceptance by the landowner or occupier, I y
arbitration.
Made by the Governor-in-Council this 9th day of August,
1950.
W. e. SEVERIN,
Clerk of the Council.
877/50.


DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Office. Roseau, by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES.
By Authority.
IPice 1I.]







DOMINICA.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1950, No. 20.


DIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES,

ORDER MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER THE AU-
THORITY OF SECTION 3 (2) OF THE DIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES
ORDINANCE, 1948 (No. 12 OF 1948).
(Gazetted 11th September, 1950)

1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Diplomatic
Privileges (United Nations and International Court of Justice)
(Amendment) Order, 1950, and shall be read as one with the Dip-
lomatic Privileges (United Nations and International Court of
Justice) Order, 1949, hereinafter referred to as the Principal Order.
2. Amendments, The figures "1948" shall be substituted
for the figures "1928" occurring after the vvord "Ordinance" in
the heading of the Principal Order.
3. From section 5 of the Principal Order, the words "but
shall not include any person who is the representative of His
Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom or any member of
the staff of such representative o0 any person who is a British
subject and who is not the representative of a Government of His
Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom or the member of
the staff of and accompanying any such representative" shall be
deleted.
4. The word "Nations" shall be substituted for the word
"Natinns" occurring in the third line of section 8 of the Principal
Order.
5. Section 12 of the Principal Order is hereby deleted.
Made by the Governor in Council this 9th day of August,
1950.
W. 0. SEVERIN,
Clerk of the Ex-cutive Council.
594:46.





DOMINICA
Printej at the Bulletin Office, Rseau, by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES.
By Authority.
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DOMINICA.


Minutes of Meeting of Finance

Colnmlittee.

AT a meeting of the Finance Committee held at 12.00 a.m. on
Thursday, 15th September, 1949, in the Court House.
Present :
His Honour C. A. HARNEY, Acting Administrator,
Chairman.
The Honourable E. L. ST BEPNARD, Acting Crown Attorney
S G. M, PUCKRIDGE, C.M.G., E.D., Acting
C. A. H. DUPIGNY, [Treasurer.
ARTHUR PEMBER'TON,
,, iMrs. ELMA NAPIER.
,, G. AUSTIN WINSTON,
T. M. BERTRAND.
C.J.L. DUPIGNY,
,, J. 0. AIRD,
H. D. SHILLINGFORD, C.B E.
Head XXVIII-Overtime Treasury Customs and
Port.
The Committee approved of a supplementary vote of $400 t)
meet expenditure to the end of 1949.
Head V (1) Sub-head 15. Purchase of Type-
Swriter.
The Committee approved of a supplementary vote of $75.00 to
meet the increased cost over the Estimate for the purchase of a
typewriter. Compensatory savings were shown.
Mr. SHILLINGFORD on a matter of principle said that the
Agricultural Superintendent on finding that the typewriter would
cost more than was estimated should have sought authority from
His Honour the Administrator before placing the order.
Mr. AIRD'S comment was that it was ridiculous to have esti-
mated $144.00 for the purchase of a typewriter.
Head XXV Sub-head 18. Furniture for Mlagis-
trate's Court District "E"-
The Committee approved of a supplementary vote of $79.00 to
meet expenditure under Sub-head 18. Furniture for Magistrate's
Court District "E". Compensatory savings were quoted.
Social Welfare.
The question of a travelling allowance to the Social Welfare
Officer and the Assistant Social Welfare Officer was considered.







The Committee recommended that their travelling allowances
should be increased to 150 p.a. respectively.
The Committee also agreed that application should be made
for the continuation of the Social Welfare Service for a period of
five and a half years.
Clement Registe.
His Honour informed members that relief payments to Mr.
REGISTE had amounted to 132.
Mr. REGTSTE is a Dominican who during the German occupa-
tion of France, was a victim of an acci lent He fractured his left
humerus, while interned at Saint Denis Cainp.
The payments were made by the Briti>!' Consulate at Bordeaux
during the period March 1945 to March 1947.
The Committee then adjourned iie di(e.
D. K. BURTON,
( lerk of Council.
Confirmed this 5th day of October, 1949.
C. ADDISON HARNEY,
Acting Administrotor.




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