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Dominica.


Official


Gazette.


VOL. LXXIII


ROSEAU, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1950.


Government Notices.
Administrator's Office,
11th December 1950.
THE following particulars relating to
appointments etc., in the public service
are published for general information:-
ALEXANDER, MRS. T., Nurse Midwife
La Plaine, appointed G.S.O. Class
IV, Nurse Roseau Hospital.
26th October, 1950.


246/45.
ALCENDOR, Miss EDITH, Telephone
Operator, G.S.O. Class III. Public
Works Department, vacation leave
from the 15th December, 1950, to
the 10th January, 1951, inclusive.
E. 203.
ANDREW, UNSWORTH, K., Dispenser,
Anti-Yaws Campaign, Medical
Department, vacation leave from
the 8th December, 1950, to the 4th
January, 1951, inclusive,
E. 491.
BOYD, Mrs. T. A., 2nd Class Clerk,
Audit Office, vacation leave from
the 13th to the 30th December,
1950 inclusive.
E. 413
CLARKE, Miss EVELYN, appointed
G.S.O. Class Iv, Probationer Nurse
Roseau Hospital.
15th November, 1950.
246/45.
DANIEL, THOMAS, G.S.O. II, Regis-
trar's Office, vacation leave from
the 11th December, 1950, to the
6th January, 1951, inclusive.
E. 252.
j. 7Z91'


DARROUX, BORNIE, District Sanitary
Inspector, Petite Savanne, vaca-
tion leave from the 18th December,
1950, to the 5th January, 1951, in-
elusive.
E. 575.
DEFOE, J,, AVON, Foreman, Cocoa
Centre, vacation leave from the
18th December, 1950, to the 13th
January, 1951, inclusive.
E. 663,
GITTENS, PETER, Caretaker-Messen-
ger, G.S.O. Class Ii, Laboratory
Office. vacation leave from the
15th December, 1950, to 3rd Jan-
uary, 1951, inclusive.
E. 647.
JOLLY, PETER. Messenger, G.S.O
Class II, Education Department,
vacation leave from the 15th De-
cember, 1950. to the 3rd January,
1951, inclusive.
E. 466.
JOSEPH, Miss E. M., G.S.O. Class Iv,
Nurse Portsmouth Hospital. ap-
pointed G.S.O. Class inI, Nurse
Midwife La Plaine.
26th October, 1950.
246/45.
,JOHN, Miss L. R., G.S.O. Class Iv,
Nurse, Portsmouth Hospital, ap-
pointed G.S.O. Class III, Nurse
Mid-wife, Anse-de-Mai.
15th November, 1950.
246/45.
JOHN, MARIA, G.S.O. Class Iv. Medical
Department, vacation leave from
the 9th December, 1950, to the
13th January, 1951, inclusive.
E. 451.


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MAYNES, STANLEY, A., Messenger.
G.S.O. Ciass II, Administrator's
Office, vacation leave from the
18th to the 28th December. 1950,
inclusive.
E. 512.
PASCAL, LEONIE, Telephone Operator,
G.S.O. Class "I, Public Works
Department, vacation leave from
the 16th December, 1950, to the
12th January, 1951, inclusive.
E. 199.
PETER, RAYMOND, J., Male Attendant
Mental Patients H. M. Prison,
vacation leave from the 1lth to
the 28th December, 1950, inclu-
sive.
E. 456.
SERAPHIM. Mr ALBAN. appointed
Fxcise Officer G.S.O. Class n,
Customs Department, on one
year's probation.
1st July, 1950.
711/49.
WINSKI, KAROL, Surveyor. Public
Works Department, vacation leave
from the 18th December, 1950, to
the 5th January, 1951, inclusive.
E 557.
WILKINSON, Miss AGNES, G.S.O.
Class IV, Medical Department,
vacation leave from the 14th De-
cember, 1950, to the 2nd January.
1951, inclusive.
E. 269.
XAVIER AUSTIN, R,, Messenger G.S.O.
Class HI, General Post Office, va-
cation leave from the 13th to the
30th December, 1950. inclusive.
E. 467.
Administrator's Ofice,
llth December, 1950.
The Administrator directs the public.
tion for general information of the follow-
ing Cost of giving Index Figures in res-
pect of Dominica.
Statistics for 30th Nov., 1950.
General Average Increases since 1939
(September)
All Items 181.6 %
Food Only 166.5%
135/48
EDUCATION OFFICE,
DOMINICA,
11th December, 1950.
LONDON EXAMINATIONS, 1951.
Entries for the June Matriculation and
the July Intermediate should reach this
office not later than the 31st instant.
Matriculation fees $15. 12
Intermediate fees 35. 28
The fees should be paid into the Treas.
ury and the receipt sent in along with
application for entry.
(Sgd.) J. HAMILTON MAURICE,
Education Oficer,
EXEMPTION FROM LONDON MATRI.
CULATION.
Students wishing to claim exemption on
the strength of their Cambridge School
Certificate are notified that theit applica-
tions along with treasury receipt for there


guineas as exemption fee should reach this
office not later than the 15th of March
1951.
All candidates who wrote their Cam.
bridge School Certificate this month and
who wish to apply for exemption are
advised to do so by the same date. They
should not wait on their Cambridge results
anJ they are required, to send also, their
index numbers a 1 o n|g with their
applications. It is arranged that the ex.
emption fee will be returned, if they do
not qualify for exemption.
After April 30th, 1951, the Cambridge
School Certificate, will cease to qualify
students for matriculation.
J. HAMILTON MAURICE,
Education Ofcer.
CENTRAL HOUSING 4ND
PLANNING AUTHORITY.
RESOLUTION giving notice of a decision
to prepare a First Supplementary Scheme
for Goodwill Hulsing Area.
Section 6 of the Town and Country
Planning Ordinance, No. 4 of 1946.
The following Resolution which was
passed at a meeting of the Central Housing
and Planning Authority held on the 20th
October. 1950, is published for general
information : -
RESOLUTION
BE IT RESOLVED AND IT IS HEREBY
RESOLVED that the Central Housing and
Planning Authority have this 20th day of
October, 1950 decided to prepare a First
Supplementary Scheme under the provi-
sions of section 5 of the Town and Country
Planning Ordinance, No. 4 of 1946, for-
All that parcel of land. in the Parish of
St. George bounded on the North by Gutter
Ravine, on the South by the Roseau River,
on the East by St. Aroment Estate and on
the West by Goodwill Road.
H. B. HETHERINGTON,
Chairman, Central Housing and Planning
Authority.
20th December, 1950.
Resolution giving notice of a decision to
prepare a Second Supplementary Scheme
for part of the Goodwill Housing Area.
Section 5 of the Town and Country Plan-
ning Ordinance, No. 4 of 1946.
The following Resolution which was
passed at a meeting of the Central Housing
and Planning Authority held on the 17th
November, 1960, is published for general
information :-
RESOLUTION
BE IT RESOLVED AND IT IS HERE.
BY RESOLVED that the Central Housing
and Planning Authority have this 17th
day of November, 1950 decided to prepare
a Second Supplementary Scheme under
the provisions of section 5 of the Town
and Country Planning Ordinance, No. 4 of
1946, for-


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1950. 3


All that parcel of land in the Parish of
St. George and included in the First Sup
elementary Scheme bounded on the North
by L-utter Ravine, on the South by the
Northern boundary of Lots S 304 to S 316,
on the East by the proposed School site
and the area reserved for community
buildings and on the West by the Goodwill
Sugar Factory.
H. 8 HETHERINGTON,
Chairman, Central Housing and Planning
A thority.
20th December, 1950,
119 50.
N u'IC E
Tenders.
Administrator's Olice.
18th December, 1950.
TENDERS are invited for the making f
unifot ms for Government Officers for the
year con menacing on the Ist January, 1951,
and terminating the 31st December, 1951.
as follows:-
(0) In Khaki for the N.C.Os.
(b) In Khaki drill for all Graded Sub-
ordinate Officers and any other Govern-
ment Officers to whom uniforms are issued.
(c) In Khaki, serge and drill for Exci.e
Officers
(d; In blue serge and cotton duck for
Treasury boatmen.
(e) In Khaki drill for the Keeper of
the Prison and Prison Warders.
(f) In blue serge and white duck for
the N C Os and men of the Police Force.
2. Tenders should be in sealed envel-
opes and should be marked "Tenders for
making of Uniforms" and should be
addressed: -
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board.
The Treasury,
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p.m. on Monday the 15th January,
1951.
3. The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485 31
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD,
Acting Government Seri etary.

NOTICE
Tenders.
Administrator's Office,
18th December, 1950
TENDERS are invited for the perform.
ance of Government Printing for one year
from the 1st January, 1951.
The conditions of the contract can be
seen on application at the Treasury.
Tenders should be in sealed envelopes
and should be addressed:-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau.


and should reach the Treasury, not later
than 2 p m. on Monday the 15th January-
1951,
The Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender and will
reserve the right to have such printing as
is consider, d necessary done at the Gov-
ment Printing Office, Grenada, or through
the Crown Agents for the Colonies.
1485/31
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD
Acting Gove nment Secr etary,

NOTICE
Tenders.
Administrator's Office,
18th December, 1li50,
TENDERS for supplies to ALL GOVERN.
MENT DEPARTMENTS IN PORTSMOUTH are
invited for twelve months commencing on
the Ist January 1951 and ending on the
31st December, 1951.
2 The conditions of the contracts with
schedules of all supplies required may be
obtained at the Administrator's Office.
The attention of parties tendering is in-
vited to these conditions.
3 enderss which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tenders for sup.
plies for Government Departments (Ports-
mouth)," should be addressed:-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p m. on Monday the 15th January
1951.
4, Samples of groceries and textile
materials, the supplies of which are tend-
ered for, should be submitted with tend-
ers and should be marked with the name
of the persons tendering.
5 The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31
Br Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD.
Acting Government Secretary.

NOTICE
Tenders.
Administrator's Ofice,
18th December 1950.
TENDERS are invited for the transport
of Public Officers travelling on duty by
motor car, when such Government trans-
port is not available,for journeys within
Roseau and from Roseau to any place
outside of Roseau and vice versa for the
year commencing 1st January 1951, und
terminating the 31st December, 1951.
All tenders should be marked "Tenders
for transport of Public Officers by motor
car" and should be addressed to the
Chairman of the Tenders, Board, The










311 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1950.


Treasury, Roseau, and should specify the
rate tendered in respect of the following
journeys:-
Shillings Pence
Within Roseau
Roseau to Bellevue
Canefield
P Castle Comfort
,, Clark Hall
.. Copt Hall
S,,Corona
,, ,,Evertonr
,, Geneva
,, Goodwill
,,Grand Bay
,,.. Hillsborough
S,,King's Hill
,, ,, L'mprevue
,, ,,Loubiere
., Mahaut
,, ,, Massacre
,, ,, Morne Bruce
,, Mount Joy
.., Observation Station
.,,, Pointe MicheL
,, ,,Ridgefield
,, St. .oseph,
S,,. Shawford
,,,, Snug Corner
,,. Springfield
,, ,,Sylvania
,, ,, Watton Waven
,,, Wireless Station
,, (Morne Daniel
and vice versa. The prices tendered
should include the double journey though
tenders should state what reduction, if
any, they are prepared to make if the car
is occupied one way only.
Rate per mile for journeys not specified;
also stating reduction if any, in the event
of the car being occupied one way only.
Detention. No charge for detention
should be made for the first hour, but
subsequent hours may be tendered for, at
so much per hour or portion thereof.
Tenders should reach the Tenders Board
not later than 2 p.m. on Monday the 15th
January, 1951.
The Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31
By Order,
L. ACHILLEA PINARD,
Acting Government Secretary.


NOTICE
Tenders.
Administrator's Office,
18th December 1950
TENDERS are invited for the perform-
ance of a monthly Round the Island Ser-
vice by motor vessel for the purpose of
conveying passengers and freight from
and to the Windward Coast Villages of
this Colony for a period of one year from
the 1st January, 1951.


2. Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tendprs for
Round the Island Service" should be ad-
dressed:-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
Roseau,
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p m. on Monday the 15th January,
1951.
3 The Government does not bind it-
self to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
L ACHILLE PINARD
Acting Government Secretary.
14 85/31.

NOTICE
Tenders.
Administrator's Office,
18th December, 1950.
TENDERS are invited for the perform-
ance of a Coastal Service between Roseau
and Portsmouth and vice versa three times
a week by motor launch for a period of
one year and for the following services: -
Monday leave Portsmouth 9. 30 .m.
S arrive Roseau 12. 30 pm.
leave Roseau :, p.m
arrive Portsmouth 6 p.m.
Wednesday leave Portsmouth 7 a.m.
,, arrive Roseau 10 a.m.
,, leave Roseau 1 p.m.
,, arrive Portsmouth 4 p.m.
Thursday leave Portsmouth I p m.
,, arrive Roseau 4 p.m.
Saturday leave Portsmouth 7 a.m.
arrive Roseau 10 a.m.
,, leave Roseau 1 p m.
,, arrive Portsmouth 4 p.m.
or for such services as may be arranged
with the concurrence of the Administrator
2. A deduction of five shillings an hour
or part of an hour will be made from the
subsidy in the event of failure to keep to
the service agreed to, unless it can be
shown to the satisfaction of the Adminis.
trator that the delay was caused by bad
weather, or by accident outside the control
of the Contractors.
3. The length, beam, depth and draft
of any launch it is proposed to employ on
such service must be stipulated together
with the carrying capacity and speed. No
launch of less than the following dimen-
sions will be considered:-
30ft in length, beam of 7ft Gins, depth of
4ft., draft 2ft Gins, speed 8 knots an hour
and capable of carrying 25 persons.
4. The Administrator reserves the
right to reduce the subsidy in the event
of the Contractors being compelled to
perform the service with a smaller launch
or launches than that or those agreed to
5. All Government Officers in the ser-
vices of the Colony, Members. of the Exe-
cutive and Legislative Councils travelling
on duty, prisoners in custody of the












OFFICIAL GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY,


Dominica Police Force and their baggage
and His Majesty's mails shall be carried
free of charge on any launch employed
on these services
6. The lowest or any tender need not
necessarily be accepted.
7. Sealed tenders addressed: -
Tenders Coastal Service,
Financial Secretary,
Treasury,
Roseau.
should be sent so as to reach the Treasury
not later than the 15 January, 1951.
Tenders received after that date will not
be considered.
1485/31
By Order.
L. ACHILLE PINARD,
Acting Goverrnment Secietary.

NOTICE


lenders.
Administrator 's Office,
18th December, 1950
TENDERS are invited for the perform-
ance of a Motor Omnibus Mail and Pass-
enger Service between the brown of Ports-
mouth and the village of Marigot for the
year 1951.
Sealed Tenders, which should be marked
"Tenders for Motor-Omnibus Service"
and addressed:-
The Chairman,
The Fenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau.
must reach the Treasury not later than
2 p. m. on Monday, the 15th January 1951.
The conditions of the contract can be
seen on application at the Treasury.
The Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or ary tender.
1485/81
By Order.
L. ACHILLE PINARD
Acting Government Secretary.

NOTICE
Tenders.
Administrators Ofice,
18th December, 1950.
TINPERS for supplies to all GOVERNMENT
DEPARTMENTS IN ROSEAU are invited for
twelve months commencing on the 1st
January 1951 and ending the 31st Decem.
ber, 1951.
2. The conditions of the contracts with
schedules of all supplies required may be
obtained at the Administrator's Office.
The attention of parties tendering is invit-
ed to these conditions.
3. Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tenders for sup-
plies for G government Departments
(Roseau)" should be addressed:-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau.,


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DECEMBER 27, 1950. 312

aad should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p. m. on Monday the 15th Januaiy,
1951.
4. Samples of groceries and textile
materials the supplies of which are tend-
ered for, should be submitted with tend.
ers and should be marked with the name
of the person tendering.
5. The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest of any tender.
1485/31
By Order,
L X CHILLE PINARD,
Acting Government Secretwty.

NOTICE
Tenders
Administrator's Ofice,
18th December, 190.
TENDERS for supplies to the Leper Home
are invited for twelve months commencing
on the Ist January. 1951 and ending the
31st December, 1951.
2. The conditions of the contract with
schedules of all supplies required may be
obtained at the Administrator's Office.
The attention of parties tendering is invit-
ej to these conditions.
3. Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tenders for sup-
plies for Leper Home," should be address-
ed:
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury.
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p.m. on Monday the 15th January,
1951.
4 Samples of groceries and textile
materials, the supplies of which are ten-
dered for, should be submitted with ten.
ders and should be marked with the name
of the person tending.
5. The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/11
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD,
Acting Government Secretary.

NOTICE
Tenders.
Administrator's Office.
18th December, 1950
TENDERS for supplies to all Government
Departments at Marigot are invited for
twelve months commencing on the 1st
January, 1951 and ending the 31st Decem.
ber, 1951.
2 The conditions of the contracts with
schedules of all supplies required may be
obtained at the Administrator's Office
The attention of parties tendering is
invited to these conditions.
3 Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tenders for sup.
plies for Government Departments (Mari-












OFFICIAL GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1950.


got),"should be addressed:-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury not late
than 2 p.m. on Monday the 15th January
1951.
4. Samples of groceries and textile
materials, the supplies of which are ten-
dered for, should submitted with tenders
and should be marked with the name
ef the person tendering.
5. The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31
By Order.
L. ACHILLE PINARD,
Acting Government Secretary.
NOTICE
Tenders.
Administrator's Offee
18th December, 1950
TENDERS for supplies to all Government
Departments at Grandbay are invited for
twelve months commencing on the Ist
January, 1961 and ending the 31st Decem-
ber, 1951.
2. The conditions of the Contracts with
schedules of all supplies required may be
obtained at the Administrator's OffieP
The attention of the parties tendering is
invited to these conditions.
3. Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked Tenders for sup-
plies for Government Departments (Grand
bay)" should be addressed:-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau,
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p.m. on Monday the 15th January,
1951.
4. Samples of groceries and textile
materials, the supplies of which are ten-
tered for should be submitted with
tenders and should be marked with the
name of the person tendering.
5. The Government does notbind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31.
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD,
Acting Government Secretary.
NOTICE
Tenders.
Administrator's Office,
18th December, 1950
TENDERS are hereby invited for the
conveyance of cement, furniture and
other articles for the Government from
Roseau to Portsmouth and vice versa for
a period of one year from 1st January,
1951 to 31st December, 1951.
Tenders should be in sealed envelopes
and marked "Tenders for conveyance of


Cement and other articles," and should
be submitted not later than 2 p. m. on
Monday the 15th January 1951, and should
be addressed to.-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau.
The Government does not bind itself to.
accept the lowest or any tender
1485/31
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD,
Acting Government Secretary.

NOTICE.
INCOME TAX
All persons (not being Public Officers),
and all bodies Politic, Corporate or Colle-
giate, Fraternities, Fellowships of Societies
residing or carrying on business in this
Colony, whose income derived from all
sources during the year 1960 amounted to
the sum of One Hundred Pounds and up-
wards, are requested on or before the 31st
day of March, 1951, to deliver to the
Comptrolle laIcore Tax, Income lax
Office, Roseau, a true and correct return
of their own income.
And the Agent or Attorney in this Col-
ony, of any persons, Body Politic, Corpor-
ate or Collegiate, Company, Fraternity.
Fellowship or Society residing or carrying
on business elsewhere, whose income
derived from sources within the Colony
during the year 1950, amounted to One
Hundred Pounds and upwards, is hereby
requested to make such return as afore-
said.
Forms of Return may be obtained on
application at the Income Tax Office,
Roseau.
W. H. SWEATING,
Chairman.
Income Tax Commissioners.
Income Tax Office,
Dominica,
16th December, 1950.
M. P. 1341/47.

NOTICE.
Attention is drawn to the following
Rules under the Income Tax Ordinance,
1925:-
2. "Return by Public Officers."
"Every Public Officer or person
"receiving a pension or proportion
"thereof out of the public revenue of
"the Colony shall deliver a true and
"correct return of the whole of his
"income derived from the public
"revenue of the Colony for the year
"in respect of which he is to be assess-
"ed not later than the 31st day of
"January following and of the whole
"of his income from other sources not
"later than the 31st day of March
"following."
3. Return by persons other than public
officers.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1950.


"Every, person (not being a public
"Officer) liable to pay Income Tax
"shall deliver to the Commissioners a
"true and correct return of his whole
"income for "the year in respect of
"which he is to be assessed not later
"than the 31st day of March following.
2. Failure to deliver the returns men-
tioned in these Rules within the
period stated constitutes an offence
under the Ordinance and renders
the person in default liable, on sum-
mary conviction, to a fine not exced-
ing one hundred pounds and in
default of payment to imprisonment
with or withont hard labour for any
term not exceeding six moths.
3. Owing to the neglect of the Rules
referred to by a large number of
persons liable to send in returns.
The Commissioners of Income Tax
are caused an unnecessary amount
of inconvenience and extra labour in
assessing income Tax. and it is pro-
posed to enforce the provisions of
the law against those persons who
do no comply with the Rules.
4. It should be noted that deduction
for Insurance Premiums and
Interest on Loans are not allowed
unplss supported by receipts.
W. H. SWEEPING,
Chairman,
Income Tax Cnmmissioners.
Income Tax Office,
Dominica.
16th December, 1950.
M. 1'. 1341/47.
BOAT LICENCES
OWNIRS of Boats are reminded that
Boat Licence expire on the 31st Dec.
ember, and that every unlicensed
boat used after that date is liable to
seizure.
Financial Secretary's Office,
16th December, 1950.
M.P. 1341. 47.
MOTOR DRIVERS LICENCES
HOLDERS of Motor Drivers' Licences
are hereby reminded that their
Licences expire on the 31st December,
and they are requested to obtained
renewals promptly on expiration
thereof.
Persons not intending to renew
their licences should inform the Finan.
cial Secretary accordingly
Financial Secretary's Office,
16th December, 1950.
M.P. 1341/47.
TRADE LICENCES
HOLDERS of Trade Licences are here-
by reminded that their licences expire
on the '31st December, add are


requested to obtained their renewals
promptly on expiration thereof.
Persons not intending to renew
their licences should informed the
Financial Secretary accordingly.
Financial Seeretary's Officf.
16th December,. 19.50.
1341/47.
IMPORTERS LICENCES
PERSONS intending to import any
goods, wares merchandise, provisions
or other things for the purpose of
trade in 1951 are reminded that appli-
cation for an Importers Licence must
be made to the Financial Sec etary on
or before the 31st December,
Financi',l Secretary's Office.
16th December, 1950.
M.P. 1341/47.
BAKERS LICENCES
Owners of Bakeries are hereby re-
minded that Bakers' Licences expire
on the 31st December, and that every
person using ajBakery after that date
without having renewed his licence is
liable to a Penalty of Five Pounds.
Persons not intending to renew
their licences should inform the Fin-
ancial Secretary accordingly.
Financial Secretary's Office,
16th December, 1950.
M. P. 1341/47
FIREARMS LICENCES.
Owners of firearms are hereby
notified that Firearms Licences expire
on the 31st December, and that every
person keeping a firearm after that
date, without having renewed his
licence, is liable to prosecution.
Financial Secretary's Office,
16th December, 1950.
M. P. 1341/47.
WHEEL LICENCES:
Owners of Licensed Vehicles are,
reminded that their Licences expire
on the 31st December, and are re-
quested to obtain renewals promptly
on expiration of such Licences.
Financial Secretary's Office,
16th December, 1950.
M. P. 1341/47.
TOBACCO LICENCES
DEALERS in Tobacco are reminded
that the Licences granted for regular.
ting the scales of Tobacco will expire
on the 31st December, and that fresh
licences obtainable at the Treasury,
Roseau, Sub-Treasury, Portsmouth or
Government Offices, Eastern District,











315 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, WEEDNESDBY, DECEMBER 27, 1950


will be necessary for the year 1951.
Persons not intending to renew
their licences should inform the
Financial Secretary accordingly.
Financial Secretary's Office,
16th December, 1950.
M.P. 1341/47.
HUCKSTER'S LICENCES
Holders of Huckster's Licences are
hereby reminded that their licences
expire on the 31st December, and
they are requested to obtain renewals
promptly on expiration thereof.
Persons not intending to renew
their licences should inform the
Financial Secretary-accordingly.
Financial Secretary's Office,
16th December, 1950.
M.P. 1341/47.
PROFESSIONAL LICENCES
Holders of Professional Licences are
hereby reminded that their licences
expire on the 31st December, and
they are requested to obtain renewal
promptly on the expiration thereof.
Financial Secretary's Office,
16th December, 195)0.
M.P. 1341 47.
HORSE LICENCES
Owners of Horses are hereby re-
minded that Horse Licences expire
on the 31st December, and that every
person keeping a horse after that
date without having renewed his
Licence s liable to penalty of five
pounds.
Financial Secretary's Office,
16th December, 1950.
M.P. 1341/47.
STILL LICENCES
Persons intending to take out Still
Licences for 1951 are requested to
forward their application to the Finan-
cial Secretary, Roseau, the District
Officer, Northern District, or the Gov-
ernment Officer, Eastern, District, as
soon as possible, so as to avoid delay
in the issue of the Licences.
Persons not intending to renew
their Licence should inform the.Fin-
ancial Secretary accordingly.
Financial Secretary's Office,
16th December, 1950.
M.P 1341/47.
Administrator's Office,
27th December, 1950.
THE following By-Law is circulated
with and forms part of this Gazette.
No. 1 of 1950. Cutting of Trees
By-Law, 1950.
420/46.


Department of Agriculture,
DOMINICA.
14th Decembor, 1950.
NOTICE E.
Tenders
TENDERS are hereby invited for the pur
chase of the ripe lime crop of the Experiment
Stltion of the Department of Agriculture
for the quarter 1st January to the 31st
March, 1951. delivery to be taken at the
Experiment Station
Applications should be on a cash basis
and be addressed to the Agricultural Sup-
erintendent, Department of Agr;culture,
Roseau, to reach him not later than 31st
December, 1950.
L. L. DE VERTEUIL
Agricultural Superintendent.
1641/48
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
DOMINICA.
14th December 1850.
NOTICE.
Tenders.
TENDERS are hereby invited for the
purchase of the ripe lime crop of Goodwill
Estate for the quarter 1st January to 31st
March, 1951, delivery.to be taken at Good-
will Estate.
Applications should be on a cash basis,
and be addressed to the Agricultural Sup.
erintendent, Department of Agriculture,
Rosean, to reach him not later than 31st
December, 1950.
L. L. DE VERTEUIL,
Agricultural Superintendent.
1641/48
ADMISSION TO UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES.
ALL students who propose to enter
the University College of the West
Indies are notified that they are re
quired to meet the matriculation re-
quirements of the University of Lon-
don. Those who wish to do so on the
strength of their Cainbridge School
Certificate must have their exemption
registered before'the end of April,
1951.

NO T-I CE

SHOP HOURS
UNDER the provisions of section 5
of the Shop Hours Ordinance, 1937
(No. 18 of 1937), notwithstanding
anything contained in the Shop Hours
Order, 1937, (S. R. -& 0. No. 14 of
1937) as amended, all shops within
the boundaries of the Town of Roseau
and one mile beyond and within the
boundaries of the Town of Ports-
mouth and one mile beyond, are here-
by authorized to remain open for











OFFICIAL GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1950. 316


serving customers up to the following
hours during December, 1950.
Saturday, 23rd December ... to 10 p,m.
Saturday 30th December .. to 6 p.m.
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
A administrator.
GOVERNMENT HOUSE,
DOMINICA.
21st December, 1950.
1693 '4F.

NOTICE
Trade Marks Office.
23rd November, 1950.
R. S. HUDSON LIMITED of Unilever
House, Blackfriars. London. E. C. 4,
England have applied for registration of
one Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing word:-

OMO
in Class 47, that is to say, Common soap,
detergents, starch, blue, and other pre-
parations for laundry purposes.
The applicants claim tnat 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 Official
Gazette give notice, in duplicate, at the
Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of opposi-
tion to registration of thesaid trade mark.
A. B. Marie,
Ag. Registrar of Irade Marks,
Dominica.
Agent:-W. F. Harrison,
Roseau,
1267/50

NOTICE.
Trade Narks Office,
23rd November, 1950.
JOSEPH WATSON & SONS LIMITED
of Whitehall Soap Works. Whitehall Road,
Leeds. England, Manufactures, have ap.
plied for registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following word:-

QUIX
n Class 47, that is to say, Comrnon soap
detergents, starch blue and other prepare .
nations for laundry purposes.
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 Official
Gazette give notice, in duplicate, at the
Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of opposi-
tion to registration of the said trade mark.
A. B. MARIE,
.Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.
Dominica.
Agent:-W. F. Harrison,
Roseau
1267/50


NOTICE.
Trade Marks Office,
23rd November, 1950.
PAUL JONES AND COMPANY, INC..
a corporation organized under the laws of
the State of Maryland, United States of
America, of 405 Lexington Avenue, New
York. New York, United State;: of Ameri-
ca, hive applied for registration of one
Trade Mark consisting of the following
words and device: -







in Class 43, that is to say: Alcoholic Bev-
erages, especially Whisky.
the applicants claim to have used the
said trade mark for more than ten years
before the 5th day of July, 1950.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica Official
Gazette give notice, in duplicate, at the
Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of opiosi-
tion to registration ot the said trade mark.
A B. MARIE
Ag Registrar of Trade Marks.
Agent: -W. F. Harrison,
Dominica.
1267/50

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


APPLICATION is hereby made for the
Registration, in Register, of the United
Kingdom Trade Mark No. 648906 regis-
tered on the 18th day of June. 1946, ai d
for the issue to us of a certificate of
Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said trade mark.
Dated the 15th day of November, 1950.
(Sgd.) W. F. HARRISON,
Agent for JURGENS LIMITED.
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.
1267/50











OFFICIAL GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1950.


DOMINICA CIRCUIT.


JURORS' LIST FOR THE YEAR 1951.


Christian and Surmane at length.


Agar Percy Kirwan
Alexander Gustavus
Andr6 Benoit
Armour Reginald
Astaphan, Raymond
Astaphan, George
Astaphan Waddy
Abraham Oniel
Adrien William

Balthazar Leo Vincent
Bellot Archibald Angelo
Bellot Burke Sherijan
Bellot Hugh
Benoit Alford
Bertrand Tyrel Michael
Brumant Duncan
Bully Charles Emanuel
Butler Evans George
Butler Everard
Baron Franklin
Bardouille Samuel
Bellot Cecil
Breedy Eugene
Blanchard Addison
Bruney Trevor
Brown Anthony Francis
Bertrand Stronick

Casimir Hesketh
Casimir Iubert
Castle Ebenezer
Celaire Hilton Peter
Charles Hartford
Charles James
Charles Leopold Jefferson
Charles John Margartsorn
Charles Patrick Andrew
Christian Thomas G.
Colaire Joseph David
Corriette Louis Charles
Cuffy Gaynor
Corriette Gabriel

Daniel Joseph
Davis William
Dayton Kenneth Owen
Dorival Ivan Cuthbert Vincent
Dorival Norbert
Douglas Robert Bernard
Dover George
Dupigny Peter
Dubois Hall Cyrille
Daniel McFarlane
Dewhurst Peter
Defrietas Saville
Didier Donavan
Dubois Claud

Edwatds Joseph Adolphus
Edwards Musgrave
Eli Rupert
Elwin Cecil
Elwin Edward
Elwin Harry Selwyn Sylvestre
Elwin Hubert Selwyn
Emanuel Augustus
Emanuel Leopold

Felix Emanuel
Fevrier Rupert
Fadelle Stanley
Frampton Hugh Malcolm


Place of Abt


La Haut
Melville Hall
Pointe Michel
Marigot
Roseau
do.
do
Mahaut
Pointe Michel

Roseau
Roseau
do
Grand Coulibri
King's Hill
Portsmouth
Vieille Case
Roseau
Pottersville
Shawford
Roseau
Pointe Michel
Roseau
Cottage
Roseau
Parkmouth Mo
Roseau
Portsmouth

Roseau
do
do
Pointe Michel
Roseau
St. Joseph
Roseau
do
do
do
do
Fortune
Roseau
Font St. Jean

Roseau
do
do
do
do
Portsmouth
Pottersville
Roseau
Portsmouth
Colihaut
Roseau
Soufriere
Roseau
Cottage

Roseau
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

Roseau
Grandbay
Stowe
Roseau


CaliLng. Noture of Rernrks
de. Qualification.


re


S.J.


Planter
Overseer
Carpenter
flauter
Mechanic
Snop-keeper
Clerk
Chauffeur
Planter

Clerk
do
ao
Planter
Chauffeur
Druggist
Shop-Keeper
ClerK
Tailo r
Planter
Merchant
Carpenter
Planter
Carpenter
Shopkeeper
Chauffeur
Manager
Carpenter

Clerk
Printer
Tailor
Planter
Clerk
Carpenter
Clerk
Printer
Druggist
Clerk
Planter
do
Chauffeur
Planter

Jeweller
Clerk
Bank Clerk
Tailor
Printer
Shop-keeper
Chauffeur
Clerk
Carpenter
Planter
do
do
Clerk
bnoemaker

Shop-keeper
Merchant
Clerk
Clerk
Shop-keeper
Printer
Dispenser
Planter

Shop-keeper
Druggist
Planter
Clerk


Income
Salary
do
Income
do
do
do
do
Real Property

Income
Salary
Income
Real Property
Income
do
do
do
do
do
Real Property
Income
do
do
do
do
Salary
Income

Sala y
do
Income
do
Salary
Income
do
Salary
Income
do
do
do
do
do

Income
Salary
do
Income
Salary
Income
do
Salary
do
Real Property
do
do
Income
do

Salary
Income
do
Salary
do
Income
Salary
do
Income

Income
do
do
do


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY,; DECEMBER 27, 1950. 318


Christian and Surname at length.


Francis Henry

Garraway Robert Alexander
Garraway Clifford William
Gerald John Daniel
George Elias
Giraud Everard Joseph
Giraudel Charles
Green Cecil Evelyn
Green Clive Edward
Green Datvid
Green Lennard
Green Louis Oliver
Green Vivian Angelo
Grell John Henry Carlton
Guiste Anselm John
Green Daniel

Hector Arnold Bradley
Henderson Walter Augustus
Henry James
Hill Charles Sheridon
Hill Ernest Bernard
Hutton Joseph
Hutton William Grey
Harris Hugh
Hill Maurice
Hurtig Nichqlas

James Christopher Oliver
James Selwyn Alexander
John Baptiste Joseph Erald
John Lewis Clement Alexander
Johnson Eugene
Johnson George Alford
Johnson Lambert Ebenezer
Johnson Richard
Joseph Leo Randolph
Joseph Paul
.Joseph R P.
Joseph Timothy
Joseph Avon Victor
Joseph Howell
John Baptiste Simon
John Iewis Peter Fegarel
Jules Nicholas

Karam Ayoub
Karam George

Larocque John Leopold Joseph
Laronde John
Lawrence Deveril Peter
Lawrence Norman Simon
LeBlanc Francis
Leslie Lionel George
Letang Ralph
Lockhart Norman Keith
Lawrence Hugh
Larocque Eliott.
Lewis Reynold
Liburd Joseph
-Liburd Egbert
Labardie Allick Joseph
Leathem Robert Clement

McIntyre Cuthbert
Matthew McMillan Albert
Mendes Osmund
Morris John
Murphy William

Newman Arthur Edward
Nicholls Ivan Wilfred
Noel Rankin
Nassief George
Nassief Joseph

Olivacce Sydney Felix


Place of Abode.


Roseau

Portsmouth
ditto
Roseau
ditto
ditto
Giraudel
Curry's Rest
Colihaut
Charlotte Valley
Portsmouth
Roseau
ditto
ditto
Boetica
Roseau

Portsmouth
Berricoa
Londonderry
Roseau
Rose Hill
Roseau
Canefield
Repos6ir
Tranquility
Youfriere

Roseau
ditto
St. Joseph
Soufriere
Portsmouth
Roseau
Vieille Case
Trafalgar
Roseau
Mahaut
ditto
Colihaut
Roseau
Portsmouth
St. Joseph
(randbay
Portsmouth

Roseau
Roseau

Roseau
Roseau
do
Wesley
Vieille Case
Roseau
Glasgow
Grandbay
Roseau
Dublanc
Roseau
ditto
ditto
Bioche
Grandbay

Roseau
ditto
New Town
Pointe Michel
Castle Bruce

castle Bruce
Roseau
St. Joseph
Roseau
do


Gallion


Calling.


Chauffeur

Merchant
Planter
I hauffeur
Merchant
do.
Planter
Proprietor
Carpenter
Chauffeur
Chauffeur
Merchant
Dispenser
Editor
Planter
ditto

Merchant
Overseer
Over eer
Clerk
Planter
Proprietor
Manager
Planter
ditto
Planter

Dispenser
Printer
Planter
Proprietor
Shopkeeper
Mechanic
Planter
do.
Editor
Shopkeeper
Clerk
Planter
Printer
Tailor
Chauffeur
Planter
Tailor

Clerk
Chauffeur
Clerk
Joiner
CGa center
Shoemaker
Planter
Clerk
Planter
ditto
Clerk
Planter
Shopkeeper
Clerk
ditto
Planter
Shop-keeper

Clerk
ditto
Jeweller
Printer
Shopkeeper

Clerk
ditto
Carpenter
Clerk
ditto

Planter


Nature ot
Qualification.

Income

Income
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Salary
Income
do
do

Income
Salary
do
do
Income
do
Salary
Real Property
do
Income

Salary
do
Income
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Salary
Income
do
do
do

Income
do

Salary
Income
do
do
Real Property
Salary
Income
do
do
Real Property
Income
do
do
do
do

Salary
Income
do
Salary
Income

Salary
do
Income
do
do

Income


Remar': s


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S.J.

S.J.

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39 OFFICIAL GAZETTE..WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1950


Christian and Surname at length.


Patrick Louis
Paul Joseph Gaston
Peltier Kenneth
Pemberton Sydney
Penrice William
Peter William Harrison
Phillip Campbell
Phillip Gerald
Pierre Benson
Pierre Edison
Plenderleith Wallace
Potter Cuthbert
Powell Haywood
Power-Boyd Edward
Prevost James
Prosper Edney
Pemberton Peterson
Peter Alphonse
Paris Harold

Riviere Davidson
Riviere William
Roberts Leopold
Roberts Lionel W.
Robin Hezekiah
Robin Simeon
Robinson Donald Edward
Rolle Franeis
Rolle Phillip Alexander
Rolle Wyllis Charles Matson
Romain Nathaniel Joseph
Rossi Ralph Arthur
Rossi Sterns
Roudette Arnold Cyril
Royer Alfonso
Royer Benjamin Albert
Royer Bernard
Royer George Jones
Royer Louis Ferdinand Clayton
Rolle Patrick

Serrant Mark
Seignoret Arnold
Shillingford Avondale Courtenay
Shillingford Cuthbert
Shillngford Donald
Shillingford Edward Alan Campbell
Shillingford Edward Patrick
Shillingford Edward Redvers Ian
Shillingford Garford F. J.
Shillingford Hayden Ivor
Shillingford Hugh
Shillingford Isaac Newton
Shillingford Ivan Nisbet
Shillingford Randolph Huxley
Shillingford Spencer
Shillingford Thomas Denis
Sinson Henry
Stedman Neil
Stephenson Charles Alexander
Stephenson Hayes
Shillingford Clarke Fitagerald
Shillingford Green
Shillingford Holeman
Shillingford Wilfred Theodore
Scotland Andrew Leonard
Stephens Griffith

Thomas Emanuel Joseph
Timothy Gustavus
Toulon Carlo Anthony
Toulon Rolando
Toussaint Charles
Toussaint Matthew
Toussaint William Alexander
Tavernier Elsworth

Walsh Oscar
Watty Alan Robert


Place of Abode.


Vieille Case
Scott's Head
Pointe Michel
ditto
Roseau
ditto
ditto
ditto
,Wall House
St. Joseph
Roseau
ditto
Portsmouth
Pointe Michel
Marigot
Coulibistrie
Pointe Mulatre
Portsmouth
Roseau

Roseau
Mahaut
Roseau
Colihaut
Marigot
Wesley
Roseau
Charlotte Valley
ditto
Watton Waven
Fond Cold
Macoucherie
Spring Hill
Pointe Michel
Roseau
Vieille Case
Roseau
do
do
Charlotte Valley

Pointe Michel
Soufriere
Roseau
Batalie
Roseau
do.
do.
Snug Corner
Colihaut
Roseau
Soufriere
Roseau
Morne Vraie
Carrholme
Macoucherie
Roseau
Everton
Lauda'
Castle Bruce
Mahaut
River Estate
Salisbury
Coulibistrie
Roseau
St. Joseph
Roseau

Roseau
Melville Hall
Roseau
do.
Hermitage
Soufriere
Pointe Michel
Roseau

Roseau
do


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Calling.


Planter
Shop-keeper
Shop-keeper
do
Chauffeur
Shop-keeper
clerk
Clerk
Overseer
Planter
Clerk
Planter
Tailor
Chauffeur
Planter
Shop-keeper
Planter
Jeweller
Bank Clerk

Clerk
Chauffeur
Clerk
Tailor
Planter
do
Clerk
Clerk
Merchant
Planter
do
do
do
Tailor
Clerk
Shop-keeper
Clerk
Agent
Shop-keeper
Clerk

Planter
Bookkeeper
Clerk
Manager
Clerk
Clerk
do
Planter
Tailor
Clerk
Overseer
Planter
Planter
do
Manager
Merchant
Attorney
Planter
Manager
Mechanic
Overseer
Carpenter
Planter
Clerk
Shopkeeper
Shoemaker

Shop-keeper
Overseer
Clerk
Mechanic
Planter
do
do
Chauffeur

Shoemaker
Merchant


Nature of
Qualification.

Income
Salary
Income
Salary
Income
do
do
Salary
do
Income
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Salary
Income
Income
Income
do
do
Real Property
Salary
Income
Real property
Income
do
do
do
do
Salary
Income
do
Salary
Income
Salary

Real Property
Salary
do
do
Income
Salary
do
Income
do
do
Salary
Income
Salary
Income
Salary
Income
do
do
Salary
Income
do
do
Real Property
Income
Income
Income

Income
Salary
do
Income
do
do
do
do

Income
do


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1950. 320


Christian and Surname at length.


Watty'Cecil
Williams Edwin
Williams Harold
Williams:H iram
Williams Molloy
Williams Paris
Williams Rennie
Winston Anthony
Winston Cyril Edmund Galland
Winston Patrick Oliver
White Edward
Williams Murray
Winston Clifford
Winston Cyril
Winston Nigel

Yankey Rufus Edward


IPlace


Wesle
ColihE
Rosea
do
Pointe
Rnsea
Marig
do.
Rose
Roseai
Melvil
Roseai
do.
New F
Roseai

Coliha


Nature of
e of Abode. Calling. QualificotJon


*y Planter Income
aut Shop-n eeper do
u Shoemaker do
Clerk do
e Michel Planter do
u Chauffeur do
ot Peasant Prop.' do
Proprietor do
Elill Planter do
u Shop-keeper do
le Hall Overseer do
u Chauffeur do
ditto do
lorida Planter Real Property
u Clerk Income
ut Planter Income


NOTICE.
The above are the persons who it is proposed should be inserted in the Jurors Register for the
year 1351.
The list will be revised at the Sittirin of the Magistrate's Court to be holden at Roseau on Monday.
the 22nd day of January, 1951, at 1I, o'clock, and the Magistrate may then make such changes therein
as he may think fit, either by ad iing or striking out names, or otherwise. Any person, whether includ-
ed or noc included in the said list. may then aopear personally, or by his Counsel or Solicitor, and claim
that he is, or is not, liable to serve as a Common or Special Juror. a, the case may be, or if unable to
attend personally, may give theMagistrate notice in writing of his claim, supporting it by such evidence
as he may think fit, and the Magistrate will then, as far as he reasonably can, inquire into the claim.
The Magistrate's decision in revising the said list will be conclusive, and all persons included in the said
list, after it has been revised by the Magistrate, will be liable during the year 1951 to be summoned and
serve as Common or Special Jurors, as the case may be notwithstanding any disqualification or exemp-
tion other than illness or unavoidable accident.
Dated this 7th day of December, 1950.
A. B MARIE,
Acting Registrar for the Dominica Ctrcuit.





































DOMINICA.
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Grand Fond Village Board
BY-LAW NO. 1 OF 1950
BY-LAW MADE BY THE GRAND FOND VILLAGE BOARD TO
PROVIDE FOR LOPPING, CUTTING OR REMOVAL OF
TREES.
(Gazetted 27th December, 1950)
1. Short Title. This By-Law may be cited as the Cutting of
Trees By-Law. 1950.
2. Power to order trees to be cut or removed (1)
The Board may by notice in writing served on the occupier of any land,
order such occupier within a specified time, to be stated in the notice, to cut
down, lop or trim any tree growing on such land which in the opinion of the
Board, is dangerous to human life or property.
(2) The Board may by notice in writing served upon the owner of
any tree or parts of a tree fallen in the main village road, order such owner
within a specified time to be stated in the notice, to clear the said road of
such tree or parts of a tree so fallen.
(3) If the occupier of the lan-1 upon whom such notice is served
does not comply with the order of the Board within the time specified therein,
it shall be lawful for the Board to cause such tree to be cut down, lopped,
trimmed or removed as the case may be.
(4) Any expenditure incurred by the Board in having such tree
cut down, lopped, trimmed or removed as the case may be shall be recover-
able from the occupier as a simple contract debt.
Made by the Grand Fond Village Board this 13th day of November,
1950.
M. C. BROWNE,
Cihairminn, Village Board.
Confirmed by the Governor in Council this 29th day of November, 1950.
D. K. BURTON
420/46. Clerk of the Council









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