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    Ordinance no. 19 of 1950: Deportation (British Subjects) (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950
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    Ordinance no. 20 of 1950: Registration of Births and Deaths (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950
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    Ordinance no. 21 of 1950: Trade and Revenue Consolidation (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950
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    Ordinance no. 22 of 1950: General Loan and Dominica Stock (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950
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        Page D 3
        Page D 4
    Ordinance no. 23 of 1950: Boy Scouts Association (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950
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    Ordinance no. 24 of 1950: Appropriation (1951) Ordinance, 1950
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Dominica.


Official


Gazette.


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VOL. LXXIV


ROSEAU, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1951.


Government Notices.

Administrator's Office.
S 20h December 1950.
PRESS RELEASE.
IT is notified for public information
that the Secretary of State for'the
Colonies, in consultation with His
Majesty's Treasury, has selected Mr.
James W. Foster t3 undertake an
organisational survey of the Adminis-
trative machinery of the Windward
Islands.
SMr. Foster, who was born in 1901,
is a Chartered Account. Until 1939
he was an efficiency expert on the
Continent for Unilevers. In 1940 he
was appointed Management Consul-
tant to the Royal Ordinance Factory,
Chorley, and in 1941 he became a
Time and Motion Study Expert
(Grade 1). In 1942 he was appointed
as temporary Organisa.tion Offieer in
his Majesty's Treasury, promoted to
Senior Organisation Officer, in 1945
and Assistant Accountant General in
1948. Since 1945Mr. Foster has. been
in .hargeof the Scottish Branch of the
Treasury Organisation and Methods
Division, which is located in Edinburgh
and is responsible for advising the
Heads of the Scottish Departments on
problems-of organisation and methods*
During the past few years Mr. Foster
has been responsible for the conduct of
planned reviews of the organisation
of all the Scottish Departments. He
s a member of the Review Commit-
37.9. 72jL/^


tees which have been set up by the
large Scottish Departments, i. e.,
Home, Health, Education and Agricul-
ture, and is also a member of the
Scotyish Local Government Manpower
Committee and the Scottish Commit-
tee on Office Machines
Mr. Foster is expected to leave the
United Kingdom by air on or about
the 12th January, 1951. After a short
stay in Grenada for discussion with
the. Governor he will proceed to' St.
Vincent where the investigation will
begin.
184/50.
Administrator's office.
29th December 1950.
The following Christmas messages
are published for-general information:
From the Minister, of Transport.
"As Minister of Transport I send
my best wishes.and thanks to all those
whose efforts enab ld, -ou-? Merchant
Seamen to enjoy Christmas in Clubs
and Hostels overseas; I also send
Greetings to all Officers and Men of
the Merchant Navy and I am sure that
wherever they may be they will be
among friends and enjoy themselves
at the time of festivity -and good fel-
lowship. A Merry Christmas arid a
Prosperous New Yearto you all."
From the Secretary of: States for the
Colonies
"In associating myself with the
message from the Minister of Trans-
port I send my cordial greetings arid


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2 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, TTESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1951


good wishes especially to all members
of the Merchant Navy who come
from the British Colonial Territories
and also to all those who are so gen-
erously helping to provide for the
comfort and entertainment of our
seamen at Colonial Ports."
1491/47
Administrator's Office
30th December, 1950.
THE following particulars relating to
appointments etc., in the public service
, are published for general information:-'
DOCTROVE, A I.. G. S. 0., Class III, Mes-
senger, Audit Department, vacation
leave from 27th December to 12th
January, 1951, inclusive.
E 650.
DOWE, N.A.. G S. 0, Class ni, Messenger,
Crown Law Office, vacation leave
from 27th December to 4th January.
1951, inclusive.
E. 489.
LINDSAY, Miss ANN., E., Female Lunatic
Attendant, H. M Prison, vacation
leave from 22nd December, to 10th
January, 1951, inclusive.
E 519
LAROCque, HELEN. VICTORIA., G.q.O. Class
III, Nurse, Medical Department, vaca-
tion leave from the 21st December to
the 10th January, 1951, inclusive.
E. 330',
MARTIN, Miss OPPORTINE., Female Warder,
H. M. Prison, vacation leave from the
22nd December to the 10th January,
,1951, inclusive.
.E. 566.
MELANSON, Miss HELEN. U., G.S.O. Class
I I, Telephone Operator, Public Works
Department, vacation leave from 23rd
December to 11th January, 1951. inclu.
sive.
E. 691.
NORMS, Miss LILLAMANIE., G.S.O. Class III,
Nurse, Roseau Hospital, vacation
leave from 2nd Jannary to 17th Jan-
uary, 1951, inclusive.
E. 359
RABESS, Mrs. HELEN., G.S.O. Class nI,
Medical Department, vacation leave
from the 21st December to the 17th
January, 1951, inclusive.
E. 288.
ROBERTS, Mrs, J. A., G.S.O. Class in
District Nurse, Midwife, Grand Fond,
vacation leave from 27th December to
20th January, 1951, inclusive.
E. 347.
ROBERTS, Mrs. E., G.S.O. Class III, Tele
phone Operator, Public Works Depart-:
ment, vacation leave from the 20th
December to the 8th January, 195i
inclusive.
E. 539.


ROBIN, G A., 2nd Class Clerk, Customs
Department, vacation leave from 2nd
January to 12th March. 195), inclusive
E. 319.
ROMAINE, Mrs EDITH., G.S.O. Class IT,
Medical Department, vacation leave
from the 20th December to the 8th
Jariuary, 1951, inclusive.
B. 439.
PIERRE, ISAL!NE., G.S 0. Class ni, Tele-
phone Operator. Public Works Depart-
ment. vacation leave from the 21st
December to the 17th January, 1951,
inclusive.
E. 412.
TELEMAQUE, Mrs, MARY.,G S.O. Class in,
District Nurse, Midwife, Deliees, vaca-
tion leave from 21st Decemner. to
17th January, 1951, inclusive.
E. 272.
TOULON Miss VICTORIAA. 3rd Claas Clerk,
Agricultural Department, resigns
appointment 31st December, 1950.
1532/50.

Administrato 's Office,
2nd January, 1951.
His Excellency the Governor has
been pleased to give his assent to the
undermentioned Ordinances which
have been passed by the Legislative
Council of this Colony :-
No. 19 of 1950 An Ordinance to
further amend the Deportation (Bri..
tish Subjects) Ordinance, 1941.
1075/50
No. 20 of 1950. An Ordinance to
further amend the Registration of
Births and Deathi Ordinance, 19.6.
536/50.
No. 21 of 1950. An Ordinance to
amend the Trade and Revenue Con-
solidation Ordinance, 1949.
184/45.
No 22 of 1950. ;An Ordinance to
amend the General Loan and Inscribed
Stock Ordinance, 1949.
1488/49.
No. 23 of 1950. An Ordinance to
amend the Boy scouts Association
Ordinance, 1950.
7.0/49
No. 24 of 1950. An Ordinance to
provide for the services of the Colony
of Dominica for the year ending the
31st December, 1951.
1504/50

The Grammar School'
22nd December, 1950.
The Dominica Grammar School will
reopen at 9 a m. on :January 23rd,
1951. The Headmaster will be in his







OFFICIAL GAZETTE. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1951. 3


office at .10 a.m. on January 22nd to
interview any parents or guardians
who will wish to see him.
VICTOR A. A. ARCHER.
Headmaster.
13.6/47.
NOTICE

$100 REWARD
A reward of one hundred dollars
will be paid in cash to any one giving
information leading to the arrest of
KENNETH WRENCH of Marigot who is
wanted for the murder of PAUL- MEU-
LON of Weirs.
E. M. FELIX,
Ag. Superintendent of Police.

Department of Agriculture,
Dominica.
28th December, 1950.
NOTICE E.
Vanilla Depot at Roseau
IT is notified for general information
that Brunswick House, Bay Front,
Roseau. has been declared a depot for
the. purchase of Vanillas under the
provisions of Section 44 (2) of Sale of
Produce Ordinance No. 22 of 1941, and
for such period as may be necessary.
L. L. DE VERrEUIL.
Agricultural Superintendent.
54 6/50

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
DOMINICA.
28th December 1950.
NOTICE.
Vanilla depot at Coulibistre
IT is notified for general information
that Miss MARION MAXWELL'S pre.
raises at Coulibistrie are declared a
depot for the purchase of Vanillas
under the provisions of Section (44)
(2) of Sale of Produce Ordinance, No.
22 of 1941, and for such period as may
be necessary.
L. L. DE VERTEUIIJ ,
Agricultural Superintendent..,
54 A/50
Department of Agriculture,
Dominica,
28th December, 1950.
Important Notice to Vanilla Dealers
THE attention of all Vanilla Dealers
is invited to The Sale of Produce
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1948, No. 1
of 1948.
Section 2. Immediately after section
4Q of the principal Ordinance the fol.
lowing new section shall be inserted.


42A Any person who wishes
... to cure vanilla beans intended for
export shall first obtain from the
Agricultural Superintendent a
licence so to do ;
Provided that this requirement
shall not apply to any person who
picks and cures his own vanilla
beans and stores such beans at
his place of residence"
Section 5.
(2) (a) Every licensed dealer
shall declare in writing to the Agricuie
tural Sup rintendent on or before ,
the 31st day of January in every year
the amount of reaped Vanilla which
was in his possession on the 31st day
of December in the last preceding year.
The Agricultural Superintendent shall
cause the same to be checked and
certified and any false declaration
of stock shall be deemed to be an
offence against this Ordinance.
L L. de VERTEUIL,
Agricultural Superintendent.
54A/50.
CENTRAL HOUSING, kND
PLANNING AUTHORITY.
REsoLUTION giving notice of a decision
to prepare a First Supplementary Scheme
for Goodwill Housing Area.
Section 5 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.
SH. 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. 1950, is published for general
information :--








OFFICIAL GAZETTE,


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-
All that parcel of land in the Parish cf
St. George and included in the First Sup
elementary Scheme bounded on the North
by ,-utier -Ravine, on the Sou.th by the
Northern boundary of Lots S 304 to S 316,
.on the East by the proposed School sit
and the area reserved for community
buildings and on the West by the Goodwill
Sugar Factory,
H. B. HETHERINGTON,
Chairman, Central Housing and Planning
Authority.
20th December, 1950,
119/50.

NOTICE
T end er s.
Administrator's 06ice,
18th December, 1950,
TENDERS are invited' for the making of
uniforms for Government Officers for the
year commencing on the 1st January, 1951,
and terminating the 31st December, 1951.
as follows:-
(u) 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 Excise
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:- :,1
The Chairman, -
The Tenders Board..
The Wreasuiy, -
Roseau. ,'
and should readh the,'.Treasiry. not' late-
than 2 p.m. on M6ndby the'15th January,
1951. "' 'l
3. The Government does not bid, itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485 31 '. '"
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD,
Acting Government Secmetary.
NOTICE
Tenders.
Administrator's Office,
18th December, 1950.
TENDERS are invited for the perform-


TUESDAY JANUARY 2, 1951.

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 jater
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. ACHILLEA PINARD
Acting Govemnmeut S.cretary,

NOTICE
Tenders.
Administrator's Office,
18th December, 1950,
TENDERS for supplies to ALL GOVERN-
MENT DEPARTMENTS IN P(IRTSMOUTH are,
invited for twelve months commencing on-
the 1st January 1951 and ending on the
3 st 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 renders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tenders for sup-
plies for Government Departments (Ports-
mouth)," should be addressed:-
The Chairman,
The ,Tenders,,Boardfi i
.. .TheTreasury,
J i ', j Roseau.
apqlhoqldreach the Treasury not later
S than 2 p m, on Monday the 15th January

4. Uanmles of groceriess and textile
m ateria s, the'suipplies of which are tend.
ered for, should be submitted with tend-
ers and should be marked with the name
of tfi etrsbns 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
Te nders.
Administrator's Office,
18th December 1950,
TENDERS are invited for the transport
of Public Officers travelling on duty by








OFFICIAL, L GAZETTE, TUESDAY JANUARY. 2, -q51.,


.motor car, when suoh Governmenpt traps-
port is not available,for journeys,;withip
;VRoseau 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
Treasury. Roseau, and should specify the
rate tendered in respect of the following
journeys: -
Shillings Pence
Within Roseau
Roseau to Bellevue
,, ,, Canefieli
,, Castle Comfort,
., Clark Hall
.. Copt Hall
,, ,, Corona
,, ,, Everton
,, ,, Geneva
,, Goodwill
,, ,, Grand Bay
,, Hillsborough
,.. King's Hill
,, ., L'lmprevue
., ,, Loubiere
.. Mahaut
,. ., Massacre.
., ,, .lMorne Bruce
,, ,, Mount Joy
., Observation Station
., ,. Pointe Michel
,, Ridgefield
,, ,, St. Joseph
,, ,, Shawford
,, ,, Snug Corner
,. ,, Springfield
,, ., Sylvania
,, ,, Wat ton Waven
,, Wireless Station
,, ,, (Morne DanielD
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.
z. 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. ACHILLE PINARD,
Acting Govei nment Secretary.


NOTICE .
T e end e r s.
-. : Administratr's Qce,
1 th December 19E0
TENDERS are invited, for the perform-.
ance of a monthly Round the I~fand Ser-
vice by motor 'veese' for the'purpose: of
andi to the Windward Coast VilJ ie of
tnis Cloay for a period of one year frorn
the 1st .irnn5ars 151.
2. Tenders, which shb(uld. be.4n. sealed
,envelopes and marked 'Tend-rs for
Round the Island Service" should be ad-
dressed: -
The Chairman,
'Ihe'Tenders Board,
.Roseau,
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p m. on Monday the 15th January,
195 1.
3 The Gov.er.ament does not bind it-
self to accept, the lowest or any tender.
By1 Order,
L ACHILLE PINARD
Acting Givernment Secretary.
4485'3l.
NOTICE
Te under s.
Adm'nistrator's Office,
18th December, 1950.
Tb.NDER are invited for the perform-
ance of a Coastal Service between Roseau
and Portsmouth and viceveisa three times
a week by motor launch for a period of
one year and for the following services:
Monday leave Portsmouth & 30 a.m:.
-arrive Roseau 12.30 p.m .-
,, leave Roseau 3 p.m..
,, arrive Portsmouth 4. pt.r.
Wednesday leave Portsmouth 7: a.,n.
,, arrive Roseau 10 a.tr.
,, leave Roseau 1 p.m.
,, arrive Portsmouth 4 p.m.
Thursday leave Portsmouth I p m.
,, arrive Roseau 4 p.rn
Saturday leave Portsmouth 7 a..r
arrive Roseau JO 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 -d lay -was caused by bad
weather, or by accident outside the control
of the Centractors
3. The length, beam, depth and draft
of any launch it is proposed to employ on
such service must be stipulated together
with thecarrying capacity and.speed. No
launch of less than the following dimen-
sions will be considered: -
3Uft in.length, beam of 7ft 6ins, depth-of
4ft., draft 2ft.6ins, speed 8,knots anlGhour
and capable of cai-rying 25:persons.








6 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, TTESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1951


4. The Administrator reserves the
right to reduce thd 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
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 Government Secielary.

NOTICE
7 ender s.
Administrator's Office,
18th December, 1960
TENDERS are invited for the perform-
ance of a Motor Omnibus Mail and Pass-
enger Service between the Town 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 renders 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 net bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31
By Order.
L. ACHILLE PINARD
Acting Government Secretary.

NOTICE
Tenders.
Administrators Ofice,
18th December, 1950.
TENDERS 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 Go vern men t Departments
(Roseau)" 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 groce-ies 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 4 CHILLE PINARD,
Acting Govern meant Secretary.

NOTICE
Tenders
Administrator's Office,
18th December, 19,0.
TENDERS for supplies to the Leper Home
are invited for twelve months commencing
on the 1st January. 1951 and ending the
3Ist 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-
ed 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.
1485/31
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD,
Acting Government Secretary,

NOTICE
Tender s.
Administrator's Office.
18th December, 1950
TENDERS for supplies to all Government
Departments at Marigot are invited for
twelve months commencing on the. 1st









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1951.


January,-1951 and ending the 81st!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 'cnditiorrs.
3 Tenders whidh should be in seale.l
envelopes and marked "Tenders for stip-
plies for Government Departments (Marl-
got)," 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-
dered for, should submitted with tenders
and should be marked with the name
of the person tendering.
5. The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
14,5/3i.
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD.
Acting Govern meant Secretaty.


NOTICE
Tender s.e
Adm'inist' ator's Office
18th December, 1950.
TENDERS for supplies to all Government
Departments at Grandbay are invited for
twelve months commencing on the Ist
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. Offiep
The attention of the parties tendering is
invitqd to these conditions.
3. Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked Tenders for sup-
plies for G'o4dmei'ntfepattments (Grand
b y)"' should"N4 afdre-se' 1,- "
The Chairiman, "i" 1 ,
The Tenntiri ar'd, f< "
The Treasury,
Roseau,'
and should reach the Treasury not l'Aer
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.,rarked with the
name of the person tendefing.:-
5. The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31.
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD,
Acting Government Secretary.


S-.. OTICh
S T 6-n d e r s.
'* Adnm'nst'rutor's Office,
S 18th December, 1950
T'qDERs 'ari Iere6y'invited fobr the
conveyance of cement, uli iiture and
other articles for the Government from
Rosepau to Portsmouth and.vice verta for
a period of one year from 1st Jdfluary.
1951 to 31st December, 1951
Tenders should be. in sealed -envelopes
and marked "Tende.rs for ecdnveyance of
Cement and other articles," and should
be submitted not later than 2 p. m. on
Monday the 15th January 1-951, and should
be addressed to- ..
The Chairman.
STne Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau.
The Government does not btnd itself to
accept the lowest or any tender
14X5/31
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD,
Acting Gv.rnmsnt Secretary.

NOTICE E.
INCOME TAX
All persons (not being Public Officers)
and all bodies Politic, Corporate .or Colie-
giate, Fraternities, Fellowships of Societies
residing or earrylng'on business ijrn in,
Colony, whose income derived from all
sources during the year 1950 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
Comptroller Income Tax,., Income fax
Office, Roseau, a true arid correct return
of their own income.
And the Agent or Attorney in this Col-
ony, of any persons, Body Politico ('orpor-
ate or Collegiate, Company, Fraternity,
Fellowship or Soei.e!y 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 Inritome Tax Office,
Roseau
.... ,uW. Hf. SWEETING,
Chairman.
Income Tux Commissioners.
Income Tax Office,
Dominica,
16th December, 1950.
M. P. 1341/47.

NOTICE.
Attention is drawn to the following
Rules under the income-Tax Ordinaee,
1925:-
2. "Return by Public Officers."
"Every Public Officer or, person







8 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 19&1.


"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.
"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 without hard labour for any
term not exceeding six months.
3. Owing te 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
unless supported by receipts.
W. H. SWEATING,
Chairman,
Income Tax Commissioners.
Income Tax Office,
Dominica,
16th December, 1960.
M. P. 1341/47.

BOAT LICENCES
OWNERS of Boats are reminded that
Boat Licence expire on the 31st Dec.
ember, and that every unlicensed
boat used afte 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 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, and are
requested to obtained their renewals
promptly on expiration thereof.
Persons not intending to renew
their licences should informed the
Financial Secretary accordingly.
Financial secretary Oetic-.
16th December, 1950.
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 Secretary on
or before the 31st December.
Financial Secret ry 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 alBakery 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 Decembpr, 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-







OFFICIAL GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 19M. '9


quested to obtain renewals promp'.ly
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 regula-
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,
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. 1841/47.
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
th ir licences should inform the
Financial. Secretary accordingly.
Financial Secretary's Office,
I Ath 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 renewals
promptly on the expiration thereof.
Financial Secretary's Office,
16th December, 1950.
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. r 1341/47.

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

QUIX
in Class 47, that is to say, Common suap,
detergents, starch blue and other prepare -
ations for laundry purposes.
The applicants claim that the:said trade
mark has not yet been bsed 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.
Dom,inica.
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, Uriited States of
America, of 405 Lexington Avenue, New
York, New York, United State: of Ameri-
ca, have 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. 1250.
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 .,Marlks Office, Dominica, of oppos-i-








OFFICIAL GAZETTE,' tUESDAY; JANUARY 2, 05i1.


tion tok registration of the said trade mark.
A. B. MARIE,
Ag Registrar -of Trade Marks,
Agent:-W. F. Harrison,
Dominica.
1267/50



rDOMINICA.
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade MarkwOrdinance, 1946.


APPLICATION is hereby made for the
Registration, in Register, of the United'
Kingdom Trade Mark No. 648906 regis-
Jared on the 18th day of June, 1946, and
for the issue to us Of a certificate of
Registration in the Colony ef Dominic .
for the said trade mark. 9 *-.


Dated :the. 15th day: of November, 1950.
(Sgd,.) W. F. HARRISON,
Agent for JURGENS LIM l ED,
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.
1267/50
NOTICE.
Trade Marks Office,
Dominica.
27th December, 1950.
CARIBBEE PRODUCTS LIMITED
of Roseau, Dominica, have applied
for registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following words:-
CARIB SUN.
in Class 42, that is to say, Substances
used as food or as ingredients in food.
The applicants claim that the said
trade mark has not yet been used in
the Colony.*
Any person may within three
months from the late of the first
appearance of this advertisement in
the Dominica Official Gazette give
notice, in duplicate, at the Trade
Marks.Office, Dominica, of opposition
to registration of the said trade mark.
A. B. MARIE,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks,
Dominica.
Agen: G. A. JAMEs, Esq,
Roseau
1267/50


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DOMINICA. 7he Deportation (British Subjects) No. 19' of 1V50
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1950.
I assent,
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
for Governor.
30th December, 1950.

DOMINICA

No. 19 of 1950.

AN ORDINANCE to further amend the
deportation (British Subjects) Ordi-
nance. 1941.
(Gazetted 2nd Janutry, 1951.)
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 Deportation (British Short Title
Subjects) (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950, and shall be read as one
Or.) No 6 of
with the Deportation (British Subjects) Ordinance, 1941, as 1941
amended (hereinafter referred to as the Principal Ordinance.) Ord No 3,1942
2. At the end of paragraph (e) of section 2 (2) of the
principal Ordinance, the following proviso shall be added :-
Provided that a person who
(a) falls within the definition of "undesirable person "
by reason of the fact that, in the opinion of the Prddin ov
Governor, he is or has been conducting himself so
as to be dangerous to peace, order and good govern-
ment, or
(b) falls within the definition of convicted person '
by reason of conviction of an offence the nature of
which, in the opinion of the Governor, indicates
that he is or has been conducting himself so as to
be dangerous to peace, order and good government
shall not be deemed to belong to the territory by reason
of paragraph (b) of section 2 (2) of this Ordinance if
the Governor, with the prior approval of the Secretary
of State, shall so direct.
3. Paragraph (b) of section 2 (3) of the principal Ordi-
Amendment
nance is hereby amended by the substitution of the word of section 2 (8)
"four for the word "two" occurring in the second line thereof. Ordinance

Passed this 16th day of December 1950.
D. K. BURTON,
1075/50 Clerk of the Legislative Council.
DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Offlce. Roseau. by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES,
By Authority.
[Price ld.1




DOMINICA. The Registrationof pBirths and No. 20 of 1950.
Deaths (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950.
I assent,
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
for Governor.
30th December, 1950.

DOMINICA

No. 20 of 1950.

A N ORDINANCE to further amend the Regis-
tration of Births and Deaths Ordi-
nance, 1916
(Gazetted 2nd January, 1951,)
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 Registration of Births Short Title
and Deaths (Amendment) Ordinance 1950, and shall be read as Ord No 3 of 1916
one'with the Registration of Births and Deaths Ordinance 1916 as 25 ;; o192
amended (hereinafter called the principal Ordinance.) 14 of 19u39
2. The following Form shall be substituted for Form No. 6 Substitution of
Form No 6 of
of the First Schedule of the Principal Ordinance. First Schedule
No 6 MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF CAUSE OF DEATH.
[Counterfoil
for use of the DOMINICA DISTRICT
Medical Practi-
tioners] CERTIFICATE OF DEATH
District
Name of
deceased Name, residence and
occupation of deceased
Sex i
S ex i
Age Age
Disease or con Disease or Approximate
nition directly ease interval be.
leading to nditi
deang to condition -directly (a) ..... ...... ........ ... tweeand death
1 and death
leading to death due to (or as a consequence of)
Antecedent Antecedent causes 'b) .......................
morbid conditions due to (or as a consequence of)
if any giving rise
to the above cause
stating the under-
lying conditions last. (c) .... ................
Other signifi- Other significant con-
cant conditions itions contributing to .........................
the death, but not
related to the dis-
ease or condition
causing it. ............... ...........
Date of death Date of death.
Date of last attendance
Remarks.
I do hereby certify that I attended
during last illness and that
the above particulars are true in every respect.
19
Signature.




Passed the 16th day of December, 1950,
D. K. BURTON,
536/50 Clerk of the Legislative Council,


















































DOMINICA. .
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES,
By Authority.
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DOMINICA. The Irade and Revenue No. 21 of 1950
Consolidation (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1950.
I assent,
SE. P. ARROWSMITH,
Sfor Governor.
30th December, 1950.
DOMINICA.

No. 21 of 1950

AN ORDINANCE to amend the Trade and
Revenue Consolidation Ordinance, 1949.
(Gazetted 2nd January, 1951)
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 Trade and Short title.
Revenue Consolidation (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950,
and shall be read as one with the Trade and Revenue
Consolidation Ordinance, 1949, (hereinafter referred to D/ca. nrd
as the principal Ordinance). No 5/1949
2. For sub-section (2) of section 4 of the principal Inward Report
Ordinance the following shall be substituted :
(2) If --
(a) bulk is broken, or
(b) any goods are unladen from or shipped
or taken on board any vessel before
such report is made and delivered or
(c) the master fails to make and deliver
such report or makes and delivers an
untrue report or does not truly answer
the questions put to him or refuses to
answer such questions,
the master of such vessel shall be liable to a
penalty not exceeding Four hundred and eighty
dollars and all goods not duly reported or unladen
from or shipped or taken on board before due
report is made and delivered as the case may
be, shall be forfeited:
Provided always that in any case where it
is shown to the satisfaction of the Treasurer
that the omission to report any such goods
has not arisen through any fraudulent intention,
the master should be allowed to amend his
report accordingly.
3. For section 64 of the principal Ordinance the Ofiers may cn
probable cause
following shall be substituted stop persons
and vehicles
and search for
goods







64. (1) The Treasurer or any Government
Officer or member of the Police Force, or other
person duly employed for the prevention of
smuggling, may, upon reasonable suspicion or
probable cause, stop and examine any person
carrying any package, and may stop and exa-
mine any cart, waggon, or other conveyance,
to ascertain whether any smuggled goods are
contained therein ; and if none are found the
officer or other person shall not on account
of such stoppage and examination be liable to
any prosecution or action at law on account
thereof ; and any person carrying any package
or driving or conducting such cart, waggon, or
other conveyance refusing to stop or allow such
examination when required in the King's name
shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding Four
hundred and eighty dollars.
(2) After any boat, canoe, sloop or other
coasting craft has had communication with any
vessel arriving from a place beyond the juris-
diction of this Colony such coasting craft must
proceed to the landing jetty or to the immediate
vicinity thereof and be inspected by the Trea-
surer before proceeding elsewhere or having
communication with any other craft ; and the
owner of any coasting craft which fails to
comply with this procedure shall be liable to a
penalty not exceeding four hundred and eighty
dollars.
4. After section 27 of the principal Ordinance the
Addition of
new sections following sections shall be inserted --
27A. If the agent of any steam vessel re-
Withdrawal of
rivilegesfrom gistered as such at the Treasury in accord-
steam vessel by
Treasurerb ance with the provisions of 27 of this Ordi-
nance, wilfullyor persistently neglects or refuses
to comply with any of the requirements of this
Ordinance, or of the Tonnage Duties Act, 1886,
the Treasurer, may by notice under his hand,
addressed to such registered agent, withdraw
from such steam vessel the privilege of landing
or taking on board cargo, and of departing
from the Colony before entry has been made
and all dues paid in respect of the vessel and
cargo, and thereupon the provisions of section
27, and of section 4 of the Tonnage Duties Act,
1886, shall cease to apply to such steam vessel.
Provided that the Treasurer may notwith-







standing, permit such steam vessel at any time
to land and take on board goods, or depart
from the Colony before entry made, upon the
tonnage and and harbour dues payable by such
vessel being secured to the satisfaction of the
Treasurer; and
Provided further that the Treasurer may
at any time revoke any notice so given.
27B. It shall not be necessary for the
rdo lndea Treasurer to take into his custody any
from duty and goods landed from a steam vessel under
wharfage i hal the provisions of section 27 (2) of this
semsioin pos-2
esion o Ordinance which are exempt from import
duty and wharfage dues, and such goods shall
remain in possession of the Agent. The
importer shall nevertheless make full entry
of the same as required by the law.
5, The schedule to the principal Ordinance is Repeal and R-.
hereby repealed and the following substituted thereof. hedue to the
principal Ordi-
nance







SCHEDULE
No. and year Short Title
7 of 1894 The Trade and Revenue Act, 1894
6 of 1900 The Trade and Revenue Act. (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1900.
9 of 1915 The Trade and Revenue Act, (Amendment)
Ordinance. 1915.
8 of 1921 The Trade and Revenue Act .1894,'(Amend-
ment) Ordinance 1921.
8 of 1923 The Trade and Revenue Act, 1894 (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1923.
2 of 1926 The Trade and Revenue Amendment Ordi-
nance, 1926.
7 of 1927 The Trade and Revenue Act (1894) Amend-
ment Ordinance, 1927
5 of 1932 The Trade and Revenue (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1932.
22 of 1932 The Trade and Revenue Act, 1894 (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1932.
5 of 1937 The Trade and Revenue (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1937.
11 of 1938 The Trade and Revenue (Amendment) Ordi.
nance, 1938.
20 of 1941 The Trade and Revenue (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1941-
8 of 1947 The Trade and Revenue Act (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1947.
Passed by the Legislative Council this 16th day of December,
1950.
D. K. BURTON,
184/45 Clerk of the Legislative Council.

















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DOMINICA. The General Loan and Dominica No. 22 of 1950
Stock (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950.
I assent,
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
for Governor.
30th December, 1950,

DOMINICA.

No. 22 of 1950.
AN ORDINANCE to amend the General Loan
and Inscribed Stock Ordinance, 1949.
(Gazetted 2nd January, 1951)
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 General short Title.
Loan and Dominica Stock (Amendment) Ordinance Ord, No 82
1950 and shall be read as one with the General Loan and of i94.
Inscribed Stock Ordinance 1949 (hereinafter called the
principal Ordinance).
2. The long title, the preamble and sections one Amendment of
and two of the principal Ordinance shall have effect title, preamble
as if the word Dominica were substituted for the and 2 of prince,
word Inscribed wherever the same shall occur. Ord
3. Section five of the principal Ordinance shall Amendment of
section of
have effect as if the words the United Kingdom prince. Ord,
were substituted for the word London occurring in
the third line thereof.
4. In the marginal note to section six of the prin- Amendment
cipal Ordinance, the word "each" shall be inserted noltemto eion
between the word "of and the word "debenture ". 6oprine. Ord
5. In the marginal note to section seven of the Amendment of
principal Ordinance, the word on shall be inserted m"ioal note
between the word or and the word a in the penul- prine, Ord.
timate line.
6. Section ten of the principal Ordinance shall have Amendment of
effect as if a comma were inserted after the word prince Ord.
"thereby occurring in the second line thereof.
7. Section twelve of the principal Ordinance shall Amendment of
section 12 of
have effect as if the word "half-yearly were substitu- prin Ord.
ted for the word half-year occurring in the third line
thereof.
8. Subsection (1) of section fourteen of the prin- Amendment of
section 14 (1) of
cipal Ordinance, shall have effect as if the word "first" prince. Ord.*
were inserted between the word the and the word
" contribution occurring in the third line thereof.








Amendment of 9. Section sixteen of the principal Ordinance shall
section 16 of
prince. Ord. have effect as follows :--
(a) By inserting the word "invest" between
the word "or" and the word "in" occur-
ring in the second line thereof.
(b) By substituting the words so much of"
for the words "as much of occurring in
the third line thereof.
(c) By substituting the word Agents" for
the word Agente occurring in the sixth
line thereof.
(d) By substituting the word "debentures"
for the word "debenture" occurring in
the last line thereof.
Amendment of 10. Section seventeen of the principal Ordinance
section 17 of
prince. Ord, shall have effect as if a comma were inserted after the
word them occurring in the third line thereof.
Amendment of 11. In the marginal note to section seventeen of
marginal note
tosection o the principal Ordinance, the word by shall be insert-
ed between the word or and the word "annual ".
Amendment of 12. For the marginal note to section twenty-three
marginal note
tr stion 2 o of the principal Ordinance, the following shall be sub-
stituted :-
Cesser of interest from day appointed
for payment of principal "
Amendment of 13. Section twenty-four of the principal Ordinance
prine. Od. shall have effect as if the word "repayment" were
substituted for the word "reyayment" occurring in
the first line thereof.
Amendment of 14. Section twenty-five of the principal Ordinance,
section 25 of
prion Ord. shall have effect as if for the word Inscribed in the
second line there were substituted the word "Dominica"
and as if for the word "England in the third line there
were substituted the words "United Kingdom".
Amendment of 15. In the marginal note to section twenty-eight
marginal note
tosection 28 of of the principal Ordinance, the word "for" occurring
prince Ord, after the word providing" shall be deleted.
Amendment of 16. Subsection (1) of section twenty-eight of the
section 28 I() of
prine Ord, principal Ordinance, shall have effect as if between the
word stock and the word which in the eleventh
line, there were inserted the words including any such
stock ".
Insertion of 17. The marginal note following shall be inserted
marginal note
to section 28(2) opposite subsection (2) of section twenty-eight of the
of prince. Ord. principal Ordinance.
"Cesser of sinking fund contributions ".
Amendment cf 18. Section thirty-one of the principal Ordinance
V.nc1 Ord. shall have effect as if a comma were inserted after the
word borrowed occurring in the second line theref







Amendment of
19. In the marginal note to sections thirty-one of mari, ote
the principal Ordinance, there shall be inserted the pin.sti31 of
word "'be" between the word "to" and the word "paid',
20. Subsection (c) of section thirty-two of the Amendment of
section 32 'c)
principal Ordinance shall have effect as if the woid ofprine.rd.
"loans" were substituted for the word "loan"
occurring in the third line thereof.
21. Subsection (c) of section thirty-three of the Amndment of
principal Ordinance shall have effect as if the word of prince. Ord.
"paragraph" were inserted after the word "under"
occurring in the second line thereof.
22. Section thirty-five of the principal Ordinance Amendment of
section 35 of
shall have effect as if the word to occurring after prince Urd.
the word "fit" in the last line were deleted.
23. Section thirty-six of the principal Ordinance A-nendin nt of
section 36 of
shall have effect as if the word a were inserted be- prinm. -.rd.
tween the word "such" and the word "manner"
occurring in the third line thereof.
24. For the figure (5) occurring between sub- Antn of
sections (3) and (5) of section thirty-seven of the prin- of princ. Ord.
cipal Ordinance there shall be substituted the figure
(4) ".
25. Section thirty-eight of the principal Ordinance section of
shall have effect aslif for the word England occur- Drinc Ord
ing in the second line, there were substituted the words
"the United Kingdom and as if for the words in
any other place" in the third line, there were substituted
the words "in the Colony ".
26. For the marginal note to section thirty-eight Amendment of
marginal note
of the principal Ordinance, the following shall be sut- to section of
stituted :
"Raising of loans in the Colony ".
27. Section thirty-nine of the principal Ordinance Amendment of
shall have effect as if the word "issued were substi- prince Ord.
tuted for the word issue occurring in the third line
thereof, and as if between the word of and the word
this occurring in the fourth line thereof there were
inserted the words, "the last mentioned Act) under
the provision of ".
28. The marginal note following shall be inserted Insertion of
marginal note
opposite section thirty-nine of the principal Ordinance :- to section 39 of
Authority to make regulations. "
29. The marginal note following shall be inserted ~nsertion of
marginal note
opposite section forty of the principal Ordinance :- o se tion
"Repeal ".
Provided that nothing in this Ordinance shall make
any marginal note part of the principal Ordinance or of
this Ordinance or make any marginal note affect the
construction of either Ordinance.






Passed this 16th day of December, 1950,
D. K. BURTON,


1488/49


Clerk of the Legislative Council.


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DOMINICA. __ The Boy Scouts Association [ No. 23 of 1950
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1950.
I assent,
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
for Governor.
30th December, 1950.

DOMINICA.

No. 23 of 1950.

An Ordinance to amend the Boy Scouts
Association Ordsnance, 1950.
(Gazetted 2nd January, 1951).
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 Boy Short tile.
Scouts Association (Amendment) Ordinance, 1950, and
shall be read as one with the Boy Scouts Association
Ordinance, 1949 (hereinafter referred to as the principal Ord. 29/1949
Ordinance),
2. The principal Ordinance shall have effect as if ATrendment
for the year '1918" wherever it occurs therein there of Preamble
was substituted the year "1912." of the prin-
cipal Urdi-
Passed by the Legislative Council this 16th day nance.
of December, 1950.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.
740/49.










DOMINICA.
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DOMINICA. The Approprition (1951) Nc, 24 of 1930
Ordinance, 1950.
I assent,
E. P. ARROWSMITH.
Ufor Governor.
30th December, 1950.

DOMINICA

No 24 of 1950

AN ORDIN A NCE to provide for the services
of the Colony of Dominica for the year
ending the 31st December, 1951.
[Gazetted 2nd January, 195']
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 Appropriation Short Tile
(1951) Ordinance, 1950.
2. There shall be and there is hereby granted to His Appropriation
Majesty the King for and during the period from the 1st January,
1951, to the 31st December, 1951 inclusive, the sum of two
million six hundred and fifty-one thousand three hundred
and nineteen dollars, over and above the sums granted and
provided under the Acts and Ordinances in force in the Colony,
to be applied and expended in the manner and for the services
set forth in the Schedule hereto.
3. The said sum of two million six hundred and fifty-one Sumcharged
thousand three hundred and nineteen dollars, shall be, and the Revenue
same is hereby declared to be charged upon and made payable
from and out of the General Revenue and other funds of the
said Colony.
4. The Financial Secretary of the said Colony is hereby Payments how
authorized and required from time to time, upon the order or
warrant of the Governor, to pay the several sums appropriated by ,
and in the said Schedule to the several services therein men-
tioned, as the said order or warrant shall direct, out of the
General Revenue and other funds of the said Colony, without
further order or formality.




Passed this 16th day of December, 1950
D. K. BURTON.
1504/50 Clerk of the Legislative Council.







SCHEDULE.


SERVICES.


The Governor
The Legislature ..
Administration
Agriculture
Audit ..
Central Housing
Charitable
Education
Electricity
Judicial
Labour
Legal
Medical ..
Miscellaneous
Pensions .. ..
Police ..
Port & Marine
Post Office
Prisons
Public Debt
Public Library
Public Works Department
Public Works Annually Recurrent
Public Works Extraordinary
Social Welfare
Subventions
Supply Control
Telephones ..
Treasury
Total Local Expenditure

Colonial Development & Welfare

Total Expenditure


DOMINICA
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By Authority,
[Price 2d.J


AMOUNT.

$
( 5,955
10,402
58,350
99,172
11,286
4,636
35,661
177,407
24,552
36,563
6,558
6,526
190,832
50,253
56,004
132,775
4,550
49.864
30,737
9,938
911
48,940
117,406
131,335
3,270
39,372
7,634
32,472
55,942
$1,439,303

$1,212,016

$2,651,319




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