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Title: Official gazette - Dominica
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Title: Official gazette - Dominica
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Language: English
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    Statutory Rules and Orders, 1950, no. 29: Prices Control (Amendment No. 4) Order, 1950
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    Statutory Rules and Orders, 1950, no. 33: Treasury and Customs Department Rules, 1950
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Government Notices.

Administ ato 's Office
30th December, .950
IT is notified for general information
that consequent on the departure of Sir
the Colony, His Honour GEORGE CONRAD
GREEN has to-day taken the prescibed
oaths in Grenada as Acting Governor, etc.,
of the Windward Islands, in accordance
with section 14 (2) of Letters Patent dated
the llth of May, 1945
By Order,
Acting Govetnment Senicetary.
Administrator's Office,
8th January 1951.-
With reference; to Gazette Notice of
24th June, 1950, it is notified for general
information that the Social Welfare Officer
has been authorised to sign certificates
for free dental treatment of desticute

Administrator's Office,
9th January, 1951
The following message from the Speaker
of the House of Commons is publish for
general information:
"Upon the occasion of the opening of
"the New House of Commons. it is the
"unanimous wish of all Members that I
"should convey to the Government and
"People of the Windward Islands, an expres-
"sion of deep and sincere thanks for the
thee silver inklstands from Dominica, Grenada
4.and St. Lucia, and the silver Ashtray from

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No. 3

"St. Vincent, which, so generously pre-
sented to the House, will be a constant
'reminder of the close and abiding link
between this Country and the Windwiard
No Speaker could have had a more
"pleasant duty to perform and I am
particularly happy that it should have
"fallen to me to carry out the wishes of
"the House."
By Order,
J. N. M.crNTYRE.
Govern hent Secretary.

Administrator's Office,
9th January, 1951.
(No. 18).
It is hereby notified for general inform.
ation that the Board of Commissioners of
Currency, British Caribbean Territories
(Eastern Group) to be established in ac.
cordance with the provisions of the-above.
mentioned Ordinance has been consti-
tued by the appointment by the Secretary
of State for the Colonies on the 28th
November, 1950. on nomination of the
Governors of Barbados, British Guiana,
the Leeward Islands, Trinidad and Tobago
and the Windward Islands respectively, of
the following representative Commission-
,Barbados H.A. Cuke, Esq., 0 BE.
British Guiana E.F..McDavid, Esq, CM.G.
Leeward Islands E,A. Thompson, Esq.
Trinidad & Tobago A.R.W.:Robertson,
Esq .C.B E.
Windward Islands L. Cools-Lartigue., Esq.



The Secretary of State has further
Appointed LouIS SPENCE, Esq, to be Exe-
eative Officer and a member of the Board
with the title Executive Commissioner."
By Order,
Government Secretary

'Administrator's Office,
9th January, 1950
The Admiralty will be prepared to con.
sider applications for Royal Naval Prize
Money, forwarded within three months of
the date of this Notice by, or on behalf of,
any individuals residing in Dominica who
claim entitlement by reason of service in
the Naval and Marine forces of the United
Persons eligible to apply are member s
of the Naval and Marine Forces raised by
the Government of the United Kingdom,
crews (including certain civilians) of His
Majesty's Ships and members of the Royal
Artillery, who served 180 days between
the 3rd September 1939 and the 2nd Sep-
tember 1943 either-
(a) on the books of s a-going ships of
war or
(b) on the books of non seagoing ships,
or establishments for service in sea.
going ships of war, .operational
coastal force craft, D. E. M. S..
M.A.C. ships, convoy staffs, or as
members of regular crews of Com-
bined Operations craft
The legal personal representative may
claim entitlement for persons in the above
categories who were killed in action at
sea, died of wounds received in or from
causes directly attributable to action at sea,
were lost at sea, or died at sea of injury
or illness attributable, to service afloat
before completing 180 days' service, pro.
vided that when the death occurred or
the wounds, injury or illness were sustain. -
ed, the officer 'or man' was serving in a
*sea-going ship of war' or on convoy duti'e
or in a merchant ship as a member of the
gun's crew or for the purpose of opera.
t'ng or maintaining naval aircraft. For
an application,, in respect of a deceased
person it will ordinarily suffice to quote.
the name, rank or rating and. official num-
ber of the deceased, the relationship to
the deceased and the applicant's full name
and address .
Members of thel Royal 'Air *Force are
not eligible, as a special Royal Air Force
Prize Fund has been constituted for their!
benefit. Service by- the above persons
while on loan in other Commonwealth
Navies counts as qualifying time.. .'
Persons believing themselves to be eli.
gible should apply for further particulars

Sand application forms at
!,-Office, Roseau.
15th January, 1951.


Administrator's Offlce,
9th January. 1951.
.Tipa following, particulars relating to
appointments etc.,-in the public service
are published for general information-
BER'i'KAND, MIss SYLVIA, 3rd Class Clerk,
Public Works Department, vacation
leave from 4.th January to 19th Jan-
uary, 1951 inclusive.
E. 659
BELLOT, Mrs. C. A., First Class Clerk,
Treasury Depar tmeit vacation leave
from 6th January to 7th February,
1951 inclusive.
SEVERIN. W. O.; First Class Clerk, Admin-
istrator's Office, vacation leave from
8th January to 23 January, 1951 in clu
B. 499
Adminiistrator's Office.
11th January, 1951.
The following By-Law of the Roseau
Town Council is Circula.ted with and forms
part of this Gazette: -
No I of 1950. The Dog Licence By-
Law, 1950.
Administrator's Office
I 11th January, 1951.
THE following Statutory Rules and
Orders are.circulated with and form part
of this Gazette.
; No. ?9 of 1950 The Prices Control
(Amendment No. 4) Ord, r, 1950.
1186/42. Pt. II.
No. 33 of 1950. The Treasury and Cus-
toms Department Rules. 1950.

A, UNESCO Book Coupon Scheme
which has been in operation over a limited
field during,the. lastyear or two has now
been extended in scope.
The Object of the Scheme
The use of these coupons enables indi.
vidualsand institutions in "soft currency"
countries to overcome currency exchange
difficulties in buying books and periodi-
cals from "hard currency" countries. In
this present time of .dollar shortage.
therefore, it may be particularly helpful
to libraries. and other. institutions, The
coupons may be used to buy books
from the following countries: Belgium,
Burma,. Czechoslovakia. Egypt, France,
Hungry. India, Isr4ael, Italy, Nether-
. ... lands, Switzerj!qd, .,Uited States of


The coupons may be used to buy books
- of any sort except fiction, -and they can
also be used for subscriptions to periodi-
cals and for payment for photo copies.
How it Works6
Any institution or individual, who is
finding difficulty in obtaining the books
'he needs from any of the above countries
through normal commercial channels can
have recourse to' the scheme. -All he
needs to do is to purchase. with sterling,
from the United Kingdom distribution
centre, coupons to the value required, and
send them either direct or through his
usual bookseller to an agency in the coun-
try concerned. together, with an order for
the books. The agency will post the
books direct to the purchaser or to.hii book-
seller. If the exact value of the book re-
quired is not known, enquihy array be made
beforehand to the agency in the country
concerned. The coupons have a dollar
'face-value and are available in the follow-
ing denominations: 25 cents, $1 09, $3.00,
$10.00 $30.00, and $100.00. The smallest
denomination was specially designed to
enable purchasers to pay for single issues
of periodicals, reprints, etc., payment for
which is difficult under present currency
regulations in most countries. In addi-
tion to the face-value of the coupon, the
purchaser pays a small surcharge to cover
the expenses of the scheme. The period
of validity of a coupon is 10 months.
Where to buy Book Coupon
The address of the United Kingdom
Distribution Centre is:-
Unesco': ook Coupons,
Book Tokens Ltd.,
28 Little Russell Street.
London. W. C. 1,
Addresses of agencies in countries cov-
ered by the Scheme, and any enquiries
regarding the Scheme may be obtained
from the Education Officer,
Education Department,

A Reward of two 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 oT Paul Meulon
of Weirs.
Ag. Superintendent of Police.


With reference to Part I,' Section 2 of
the Vehicles & Road Traffic Ordinance,
No 21/49 it is hereby notified for general
formation that until further notice in

. the Official Gazette the hours of sunset
and sunrise shall be respectively 5.45 p.m.
and 6.45 a,m.
In accordance with the above-mentioned
Ordinance Motor Vehicles will therefore
bear lights between the hours of 6 p.'m
and 6 15 a m.

Owners of Motor Vehicles operating in
Itoseau are hereby requested to have such
Vehicles available for inspection- out-ida
Police Headquarters from 10th JanuazY
to 2nd February, 1951 from 09.00 hours to
1.6 00 hours daily (Sundays excluded)
'I'raffic Corn min'ioner

pursuance of Rules made by the Chief
Justice under Section 16 of the Leeward
Islands andr Windward Islands (Courts)
Order in Council," 1939, His Hgnour the
Puisne Judge assigned' to the Dominica
Circuit has appointed Tuesday 30th day of
January. 1951 at-toehour of ten o'clock in
the forenoon and subsequent days for
sitting of -the Court in its Criminal Juris-
Aliction at the Court House at Roseau
within the Dominica Circuit.
Dated the 10th day of January, 1951
Ag Regi.trar of the Supreme Court of
the Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands. (Dominic j


IT is notified for general information
that the Governor-in-Council has. under
the provisions of section 6 of the Town
and Country Planning, Ordinance. 1946,
approved of the First Supplementary
Scheme for the Goodwill Housing Area
submitted by the Central Housing anri
Copies of the Scheme may be'seen on
request at the offices of the Senior Medi-
ca{ Officer or the Roseau Iown Council
during official office hours'
Chairman, Central Housing \and Planninjy
30th December, 1950.

Trade Marks Office,
27thDecember. 1950.
of Roseau, Dominica, have applied
for registration .of one Trade Mark


consisting of the following words:-


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 date of the first

- appearance of this advertisement in
the Dominica Official Gazette give
notice, in duplicate, at the Trade
Marks Office, Dcminica, of opposition
to registration of the said trade mark,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks,
Agen': G. A. JAMES, Esq,


Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and-Nntings thereon, and Caveats, for the
week ending the 11th day of November, 1950.

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

Request dated Jolly Alexander Request for the issue of a First Certificate
16th January, 1950, by his Solicitor of Title (with plan attached) in respect of
Presented G A. James all that certain piece of land situate at
1 1th November, 1950, Hagley in the Parish of St. Patrick, in the
at 12 15 p.m. Colony of Dominica, containing 1 road,
33.48 perches and bounded as follows :-Northerly and North Easterly by a road separating it
from land of Thomas Loblack: Westerly by land of the Heirs of Louisia John Lewis and
Southerly by laud of Peter F. John Lewis.

Registrar's SOce,
10th January, 1951.

Actg. Registrar of 7 itles.

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

Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings thereon, and Caveats, for
the week ending the 16th day of December, 1950.
Sn Nature of Request, whether for Certificate
Date of Request Person Presenting. of Title or Noting thereon or Caveat.

Request dated Josephine Mytre Giraud Request for the issue of a First Certificate
12th October, 1960. & Others of Titll (with plan attached) in respect of
Presented by their Solicitor that portion of land situate in the Parish of
15th December, 1950, M. E. Charles St. Paul in the Colony of Dominica, and
at 11.30 a.m. known as Carelle" containing 40 acres
3 roods, 34 perches and bounded as follows :-North-Easterly by L'Imprevue E tate; North-
Westerly by Bena Vista Estate; Southerly by Springfield Estate; Westerly by Bona Vista
Estate and land of Mrs. Charles Bellot.
Registrar's Office, A. B. MARTE,
Roseau, Actg. Registrar of titles.
10th January, 1951.
NOTE.-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certificate of Title on the above
application may enter a Caveat in the above office within two weeks from the date of the first
appearance of the above Schedule in the Official Gazette and the Dominica Chronicle news-
paper published in this Island.


14th Decemnber, 1950.

Honourable Members of Legisjltive Cou'cil,
At this Budget session to consider the Estimates for 1951, I
do not intend to give a detailed statement on the various heads of
the Estimates, but to comment briefly on the main events that
have taken place during the year which is now drawing to a close,
and to review the prospects for the future.
On the 7th of July, 1950, a meeting was held to celebrate the
25th anniversary of the present Constitution. This is the last
Budget session that will be-held under this constitution, for -next
year a new constitution will be introduced. It was intended that
the elections should be held early in 1951, but preparation of the
new Constitutional Instruments in England will take longer than
was anticipated, and it i's now necessary to postpone the elections
to later in the year. No final date has yet been fixed.
As we all know, the number of elected members will be in-
creased to eight under the new Constitution, and there will be an
elected majority in Council. The elections will be held on. the basis
of universal adult suffrage without a literacy test. I trust that
the people of Dominica will make the best use of this new power.
During 1950 the value of domestic produce shipped has in-
creased considerably over 1949. The latest figures I have available
are up to the end of October. In the period January 1st to October
31st the value of domestic produce shipped amounted to $1,627,737
compared to $831,574 for the same period in 1949. The value of
1950 exports was thus almost double that of 1949. Since October
there have been large exports of lime juice, citrus fruits and ban-
anas, and I anticipate that by the end of the year the value of
domestic exports will approach $2,000,000.
Bananas showed an increase from 88,954 bunches valued at
$104,936 in 1949 to 259,574 bunches valued at $420,801 in .1950.
This increase, although substantial, it is not as great as we had
hoped. We are not yet producing enough to provide regular fort-
nightly shipments throughout the year. There are several reasons
for this. In the first place, it is not enough to stick a banana
sucker in the ground and to hope that without further care and
attention it will produce a heavy bunch. I am sure that by now
this is fully realized. Like any other crop bananas need proper
care if good results are to be obtained.
Leaf-spot control is also most necessary. We have the ex-
ample of Jamaica before us, and early and energetic measures
must be taken to control this disease. A properly run campaign
will cost much money. It might even be necessary to increase the
cess for leaf-spot control. But I am convinced that this would be
money well spent. I do not think it is yet fully realized that With-
out proper control leaf-spot will kill the banana industry within a
very few years.
More roads are needed, not only oiled motor roads, but rough
motor roads connecting with banana growing areas. Work will
go ahead more quickly in 1951, when work on four oiled motor-
roads will be proceeding simultaneously. Difficulty is still being
experienced in obtaining early deliveries of essential equipment.
Deliveries often take six months or more, but on the last direct


ship from England some much needed equipment was obtained,
and this will enable the work to go ahead more quickly.
Planters and peasants in some cases need further capital to
expand their cultivations. I hope that by early in the New Year
a scheme will be worked out under which loans may be made.
Strict supervision will be necessary to see that loans are well spent
and that repayments are made promptly.
Owing to the efforts of a leading planter, there has been a
welcome revival in the shipment of fresh citrus fruit. The Gov-
ernment fruit packing plant was not designed to handle large
quantities, and there was considerable difficulty with the first
shipment. The position will improve as soon as the Colonial De-
velopment Corporation's packing plant comes into operation.
I hope that during 1951 producers will form a Citrus Growers
Association. This will not only prevent needless competition be-
tween shippers, but should also ensure that the best possible prices
are obtained The Association would also be able to use.its influ-
ence to see that fruit is properly handled before it reaches the
packing shed. Many people have still to learn that if rejections
and wastage are to be avoided, an orange or grapefruit should be
handled as gently as an egg.
To turn now to imports, the value of imports from January to
the end of September amounted to $2,406,672 compared to $1,344,-
333 for the same period in 1949. There were comparatively heavy
imports of machinery and building materials. Prices continue to
show an upward trend, although up to the time of the war in
Korea their tendency was to fall.
The high cost of living is of concern to everyone here, and
there is no easy answer to the problem. We can do nothing to
control the first cost of goods from abroad, but local prices of im-
ported goods are subject to control with a fixed percentage of
profit allowed to the retailer. The prices of local produce are not
controlled and the question is often asked why Government does
not do something about it. The answer is that so long as people
are prepared to pay high prices for produce that is in short supply
price control has little effect. If eggs for instance were controlled
at four pence each how many people would refuse to pay sixpence
at their back doors if they needed eggs badly ? The only satisfac-
tory answer is to increase supplies.
This brings me to the problem of Land Use in Dominica op
which Mr. Thelwell has written an interesting report which has
been circulated to Honourable Members. I do not intend to com-
ment at any length on this report which has yet to be considered
by Government, but what we clearly need are well-run estates
with tenants and landlords secured by agreements. In this way
we will not only increase the acreage of export crops, but also in-
crease the supply of local provisions.
Government should also use the estates which it owns to the
best advantage. A start in this direction has been made by the
establishment of a prison farm on the Goodwill Estate to provide
f6od for public institutions.
The Medical Report for 1949 shows that there has been a re-
markable fall in the death rates. Between 1946 and 1949 the
number of deaths registered were as follows:--
1946 1,000,
1947 944
1948 749
1949 698
As a result of the extensive use of D.D.T. and other anti.
malarial measures, deaths attributed to malaria fell from. 94 in
1946 to 26 in 1949. The infant mortality rate, that is, deaths of
children under one year old pmr 1,000 live births has decreased from


141 to 87' ever the same period. I hope this very satisfactory pro-
gress will be maintained, but the recent whooping cough epidemic
may inerease the infant mortality rate for 1950.
Communications with other islands have always been a pro-
blem, but since the 23rd of May, 1950, a weekly air service by a
Grumman Goose aircraft of British Guiana Airways has been
operating from Pottsmouth. It was hoped that this service would
be operated by Sealabd amphibians and that a twice weekly :ser-
vice would be provided. Unfortunately, the Sealand aircraft
priovd unsuitable foi operations in this area,.and no other aircraft
of a similar type are available. The life of the Grumman Goose
is not indefinite, and the older an aircraft becomes the mf re diffi-
cult it is to get spare parts.
Attention has, therefore, been given once more to the possi-
bility of building an air strip at Melville Hall. Honourable Mem-
bers are aware of the history of this project. Diverse views have
been expressed about whether Melville Hall is a suitable site for an
airfield or not. One thing, however, is agreed, and that is that
-*Melville Hall is the only feasible location for an airfield in the
- island. But when it was thought that the Sealand service would
be provided no further action was taken at Melville'Hall.
The latest development is that a senior engineer from a well
known Ehglish firm, and a senior pilot of British West Indian Air-
Sways have recently examined'the airfield site. They will now be
reporting to their principals, and if their reports are favourable,
as I: hope. they may be, a detailed survey of the area, particularly
of the approach over which the aircraft would have to fly before
landing will be made.. If it is decided to build an airfield, an un-
dertaking would be required from the operating Company that
they.would fly aircraft into it, and, if necessary, would provide
aircraft of a suitable type to do so. The ideal is, of course, to have
an airfield from which aircraft, such as Vikings, regularly employ-
-ed on existing routes can operate. But the one thing it is esser-
tial to avoid is to build an airfield-and then to have the operating
Company say they cannot provide a service, because the field is not
suitable for the aircraft they use.
In the meantime, the Grumman Goose service will continue to
operate. The Administrator of St. Vincent has arranged for the
Goose to be stationed at St. Vincent. It would be possible to ar-
ranged a service twice a week between Dominica and Barbados if
there is sufficient demand for air*passages.
To turn now to the Estimates for 1951, and the financial posi-
tion of the Colony, the estimated expenditure to be placed before
you amounts to $1,416,915. In addition to this sum, there are fur-
ther proposals amounting to some $15,000 which were received too
late for inclusion in the printed Estimates, and with these added,
the total possible expenditure amounts to $1,431,915, exclusive of
expenditure on Colonial Development and Welfare schemes. Re-
venue is estimated at $1,271,449, exclusive of receipts from Colonial
Development and Welfare funds, leaving a deficit of $160,466.
These estimates of expenditure may seem high, but we are not
yet in a position of equality with other Colonies in the services we
provide,: especially in the educational field. The most significant '
increases for 1951 come under the Head of Education. 'We are
particularly anxious to improve the standard of education at the
Grammar School. Under this Head also, the new salaries "of ele-
mentary school teachers which were applied in 1950 are shownfor
the first time. As a result of the teacher training programme, 19.'
teachers have been promoted to the Assistant Teacher grade.
The present high cost of materials and the increase in labour
rates are inevitably reflected in most heads of expenditure.
.,On the revenue side, I think that in 1951 the results of the.
present commercial-activity will be more evident, and that revenue
will rise. Nevertheless, there is a largegap between revenue and
expenditure which must be closed. We must seek to' raise more
revenue logilly and.ptopbsals to achieve this.are at present being '
considered. -


On the whole, however, there is reason .for optimism. Th're
is more activity in the Jsland, than for many years, and if we are
faced with no major disaster like a war. I think we will continue
to make progress. We need, however, to press ahead more quickly
With our Eeonomic project's, and that reqiiries hard work from
In conclusion', I would like to thank Honourable Members fCr
their services during the past year The present time is an im-
portant and critical one for this Colony, and as development pro-
ceeds the affairs of the Colony will require even more of your time
and attention. That this will be willingly given I have no doubt,
and it is my earnest hope that this last Council under the present
constitution will leave behind a record of service which its succes-
sors will be proud to emulate.

May it Please Your Honour,
We have listened with interest to Your Honour's Address and
note with pleasure that the economic condition of the Island has
definitely improved during the year in question and share Your
Honour's hopes that the coming year will show further improve
ment. .
We notice with especial satisfaction Your Honour's stress on
the necessity for further road development, the dangers of leaf
spot and the possibility of securing loans for the; benefit of agri-
cultural producers.
We, however, view with a certain atnount of apprehension the
broadening of the gap between Revenue and Expenditure and hope
that after essential requirements have been imet, we will be in a
position to balance our budget or even create a surplus.
This possibly being the last budget meeting of this Council,
we wish to express to Your Honour our sincere appreciation of the
statesman-like manner in which Your Honour has conducted the
proceedings, leading to a feeling of trust in the Government.
.. ; (Sgd.) CLIFTON A. H. DUPIGNY,
Members of the Legislative Council.

Printed at the BULLETIN OFFICI, Roseau, by G, A. JAMEs-By Authority


No. I of 1950.

A BY-L4 W, ordained by the Roseau Town Co'ndci
to provide for the licensing of dogs kept in the
Town of Roseau.
WHEREAS by section 18 of the Roseau Town Council Ordin-
ance 1937 as amended by Section 2 of the Roseau Town Council
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1949, power is given to the Roseau
Town Council to make, from time to time, By-Laws for the rule
and good government of the Town generally, and in particular
with respect to certain matters in the said Ordinance specified :-
BE IT ORDAINED by the Roseau Town Council as follows:--
1. This By-Law may be cited as the Dog Licence By-Law, 1950.
2. In this By-Law unless the context otherwise requires-
The expression "Council" means the Roseau Town Council.
The expression "Authorised Person" means any member of
the Police Force, Town Constable, Town Clerk, Sanitary In,
spector, Town Overseer or any other person appointed by the
Roseau Town Council.
The expression "Dog" means any dog of either sex, 'of Or
above the age of three months.
The expression "Owner" means and includes, every person
in whose custody, charge or possession or in whose house, or
premises, any dog .shall be habitually seen or found unless
such person proves that he is not the owner.
The expression "Pound" means any place or places design-
ated by the Roseau Town Council for receiving and keeping
captured dogs.
The expression "Premises" includes the whole or any part
of any land, building, erection, yard, wall or fence in the
occupation of any person.
The expression Public Place" includes the Roseau River
and the banks thereof, or any wharf, road, street, side-walk,
promenade, square, park or other place whatsoever appro.
priated or dedicated to the use of the public.
The expression "Town" means the Town of Roseau.
The expression "Town Clerk" means the Town Clerk of
Roseau or any person acting for him.
3. No person in the Town shall keep any dog without having
obtained a licence for the same.
4. The licence shall be in the form specified in the Schedule
hereto and shall contain a duplicate which shall be retained by
the Town Clerk.
5. The fees for licences shall be Two dollars for every dog.

6. Every application for a licence shall be made to the Town
Clerk and every person who takes out a licence shall pay to the
Town Clerk the sum fixed therefore in the preceding section.
7. Every person who shall have taken out a licence shall pro-
dace such licence to any authorised person within a reasonable
time of his being required so to do.
8. If any person denies his liability to pay for a licence under
this By-Law, the onus of proving such non-liability shall be upon
9, (1) The Town Clerk shall keep a Register of dog licences
granted by him.
(2) Such Register shall contain--
(a) The number and date of every such licence.
(b) The name of the licencee.
(c) A brief description of the dog for which the licence
is granted,
10. Every person residing in the Town who is the owner of a
licensed dog at the time of the coming into force of this By-Law,
shall take out a licence required by this By-Law in every year
thereafter as long as he or she remains the owner of such dog.
11. Every person residing in the Town, who is the owner of an
unlicensed dog at the time of the coming into force.of this By-law
shall take out the licence requii ed by this By-Law within one
month after the coming into force of this By-Law, and within the
month of January in every year thereafter, as long as he or she
remains the owner of such dog.
12. Every person residing in the Town, who becomes the owner
of an unlicensed dog at any time after the coming into force of
this By-Law, shall take out the licence required by this By-Law
within one month after he or she becomes such owner, and within
the month of January in every 3 ear thereafter, as long as he or
she remains the owner of such dog; Provided always that after
the 3(th day of June in every year the amount of such licence
shall be only half the sum provided in the 5th section of this By-
13. Every person residing in the Town, who owns an unlicensed
dog, and who brings the same into the Town either from the coun.
try, or from outside the Colony, shall take out the licence required
by this By-Law within one month after it is so brought, and with-
in the month of January in every year thereafter, so long as he or
she remains the owner of such dog ; Provided always that after
the 30th day of June in every year the amount of such licence
shall be only half the sum provided in the 5th section of this By.
Law. '
14. Every person who fails to comply with the provisions of sec-
tion 10, or 11, or 12 or 13, of this By-Law, shall for every two
weeks of his non-compliance therewith be guilty of an offence,

and on conviction before a District Magistrate be liable to a pen-
alty not exceeding t ive dollars.
15. The proof of the age of any dog shall be upon its owner.
16. (1) Every licensed dog shall have a collar fastened round its
neck with a metal label attached thereto, on which label shall be
legibly stamped, or marked, the year and number of the licence.
(2) Every such label shall be provided by the Town Clerk at
the expense of the Town Fund.
17. Any person using a counterfeit label shall be guilty of an
18. Every dog whether belonging to a person residing in the Town
or not, found at large in any public place without having a collar
and the proper label upon it fastened round its neck, may be cap-
tured by any authorised person and shall be conveyed to a Pound
and there received by the officer in charge of such Found and fed.
19. When any dog shall have been so captured and delivered at
such Pound aforesaid no person shall be entitled to reclaim such
dog unless he shall tender to the Town Clei k a capture fee of
twenty-five cents and the amount of the daily keep of such dog
for the time it has been kept at the Pound at the rate of ten cents
per diem.
20. When any dog so captured shall be delivered at a Pound a
notice thereof in writing shall be posted up by the Town Clerk in
a conspicuous pace at the Office of the Roseau Town Council and
Magistrate's Court and such such notice shall give a description
of the dog
21. (1) if any dog so captured and detained at a Pound be not
claimed and the capture fee and the amount of daily keep be not
paid at, or before n on, of the third day after its capture, it shall
te publicly offered for sale by the Town Clerk to the highest bid-
der, at an upset price of fifty cents and in default of a purchaser
shall be humanely destroyed in a manner authorised by the Roseau
Town Council.
(2) The proceeds of such sale and all other moneys collected
by the Town Clerk under the provisions of this By-Law shall be
paid into the Treasury to the credit of the Town Fund.
(3) The title of the purchaser shall not be affected in any
wise by any illegality, or irregularity at, or prior to, the sale.
22. Every diseased dog found in any public place may be cap-
tured by any authorised person and shall be conveyed to a Pound
and there examined.
23. If the disease in the dog :-
(1) Be of a serious or loathsome nature, the dog shall be at
once destroyed in the manner aforesaid.
(2; Be of a trivial nature, the dog shall be dealt with in
accordance with the provisions of sections 19, 20 and 21
of this By-Law.

24. Every dog obtained under the provisions of this By-Law shall
be fed and maintained at the expense of the Town Fund and the
sum of twenty cents shall be paid from the said Fund to every
authorised person capturing a dog and conveying it to a Pound in
accordance with the provisions of this By-Law.
25. i provisions of this By-Law as regards the taking out of
licenceaihall not apply to visitors whose stay in this Colony does
not exceed the period of one month.
26. By*Laws Nos. 1 of 1903 and 1 of 1913 entitled the Dog Li-
cence By-Law 1903 and the Dog Licence 1903 Amendment By-Law
1913 are hereby repealed.
No ....... ..... ROSEAU ................. 195
Licence is hereby granted to
to keep a dog within the limits of the Town of Roseau during
the year 195
.......... .........
Town Clerk.
Description of the dog for
which this licence is given
Ordained by the Roseau Town Council this 28th day Decem-
ber, 1950.
Approved by the Governor in Council this 10th day of Janu-
ary, 1951.
Clerk of the Council.

Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES,
By Authority.
(Price 4d.]


1950, No. 29.


ORDER, 1947 (S.R. & 0. 1947, No. 50).
(Gazetted 15th January, 1951.)

1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Prices
Control (Amendment No. 4) Order, 1950 and shall be read as one
with the Prices Control Order, 1947, (S,R. & 0, 1947, No. 6) as
amended (hereinafter referred to as the Principal Order).
2. Amendment of First Schedule. (1) Part B of the
First Schedule to the Principal Order as amended is hereby fur-
ther amended by substituting for the items "Lumber" and "Shin-
gles" respectively occurring therein the following:-
Pitsawn or hewn (native) except Mahogany, Acajou
(Red Cedar), Angelin, Balata, Coubaril, Laurier de
Rose, Laurier Poivre, Laurier Borde mere, Bois Lezard,
Caconier, White Cedar, Acuma St. Christophe and any
wood which may from time to time be specified as an
excluded wood by notice in the Gazette-

Delivered at a
motor road.

(a) Boards,
inch in
thickness 12 cents per foot
(b) Planks,
over one
inch in
thickness 10 ,, ,, .
(c) Scantling
(pitsawn) 10 ., .
(d) Scantling
(hewn) 8 .

In Roseau and
Portsmouth on truck
or boat.

13 cents per foot

11 ,.

11 ,.

9 ,, ,,

In Roseau and
Portsmouth from

15 cents per foot

13 ,,

13 ,,

11 ,, ,,

Shingles --
Caconior, Bois Lezard, and
(a) Mangue Rouge
In Roseau and Portsmouth
(b) Other Shingles ,, ,, ,,

- $1.08 per 100
-- .84 ,,

I, ),

,, ,,

3. Commencement. This Order shall come into force on
the 1st day of February, 1951.
Made this 29th day of December, 1950.
Competent Authority.

1186/42. Pt. II.



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


1950, No. 33.

(No. 2 OF 190)).
[Gazetted 15th January, 1951.1
1. Short Title. These Rules may be cited as the Treasury
,and Customs Department Rules. 1950.
2 Control of the Treasury Department -The Depart-
ment shall be under the exclusive management and control of the
Financial Secretary, who shall apportion the work amongst the
officers as he shall think equitable and proper, and shall be respon-
sible for the due performance by each officer of theduties assigned
to him, and generally for the observance of these rules.
3. Management and Control of the Department in
absence of Financial Secretary. Whenever the Financial
Secretary is absence from the Department, the management and
the control of the Department, unless the Administrator shall
otherwise direct, shall devolve upon the Officer holding the post of
Accountant for the time being,
4. Hours of Business. The Treasury shall be open for
the transaction of business daily (Sundays, Good Fridays, Christ-
mas I)ays and Bank Holidays excepted) between the following
hours namely :--
(a) At Roseau. The Indoor Department to the
Public frcm 10 a.m to .1 p.m.
and 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
The Outdoor Department from
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
with the exception of Saturdays, when the Indoor Department
shall be closed to the Public at 12.30 p.m. and the Outdoor Depart-
ment at 1 p m. respectively.
(b) At Portsmouth. The Indoor Department to the
Public from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
and 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
The Outdoor Department from
8 a m. to 4 p m.
with the exception of Thursdays, when the office shall be closed
to the Public at 12.30 p.m.
All Officers shall attend in the Treasury, Customs and Sub-
Treasury at such hours as may be required by the Financial

5. Attendance of Officers. The hours of attendance for
the officers at the Treasury, Customs and Sub-Treasury (Sundays,
Good Fridays, Christmas Days and Bank Holidays excepted) shall.
Indoor Officers 9 to 4 p.m.
Outdoor ,, 8 to 4 p.m.
with the exception of Saturdays at Roseau and Thursdays at
Portsmouth when both Indoor and Outdoor Officers shall be
required to attend until 1 p.m.
Graded Subordinate Officers and Excise Offliers at any time
as may be required, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
One hour between 1 p.m. and 2 p m. will be allowed for meals
for Indoor Officers. Outdoor Officers who are required to be in
attendance at all times bet ween the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
will arrange to take their meals at such times as will not interfere
with the transaction of business with the public.
6. Officers to sign Attendance Register. Each Officer
shall on arriving at and on leaving the Treasury, sign the Attead-
ance Register, and enter therein the hour of such arrival and depar-
During the hours of Attendance, officers must not leave the
Treasury without first ob aining the permission of the Financial
Secretary or Accountant, and entering in the Register the time of
departure and return, and the reason for doing so.
7. Afcer hours attendance. The Financial Secretary
may at any time call upon any, or all, members of the Department
to be in attendance before or after the usual office hours, if he
deems it advisable in the interests of the Department, and may
require any officer to render such assistance as may be necessary
to prevent the work of the Department from falling into arrears.
8 Wo:k to be completed by officer before depar-
ture. No officer shall leave the Treasury until the work for
which he is ordinarily responsible or any work specially assigned
to him, has been completed.
9. Overtime. The Financial Secreta-y miy require the
attendance of any officer, Excise Officer or Graded Subordinate
Officer before or after the prescribed hours, or on any Sunday or
Holiday, to be in attendance. When such attendance is in accord-
ance with the application made as hereinafter provided, the officer
so attending will be entitled to remuneration for the actual hours
in attendance at the Treasury or on the vessel after its arrival, or
for attendance at a Disillery in accordance with the scale of fees
set forth in Schedule B he'eto (In the event of such attend-
ance being one hour or less such time will be counted and paid for
as being an hour and in the event of such attendance exceed-
ing one hour any broken periods of one hour will be counted and
paid as half an hour for periods of less than half an hour, and as
one hour for periods of over half an hour and less than an hour).
10. Notice to be given to Financial Secretary for
services of officers out of business hours. Any person
desiring the services of an officer out of business hours shall make

written application to the Financial Secretary, so far as
is possible, during business hours, stating the nature of such ser-
vices, the time at which they are to commence, and as far as is
possible, the period during which they are to continue; and the
Financial Secreta-y, upon being satisfied of the propriety of the
request, shall direct an officer to attend at tt.e place and time
11 Late arrival of vessels. In the event of there
being any delay in the arrival of a vessel, any person requiring
the services of an officer or officers will. if necessary, employ a
watchman to look out for the arrival of the vessel and shall give
to the officer or officers at least three-quarters of an hour's notice
of the time when his or their services will be required.
12. Fees for Officer's services out of business
hours. For every such attendance as provided for in clause 9 of
these rules there shall be paid into the Treasury fees according
to the rates set forth in Schedule A hereto, and the Financial
Secretary may, if he thinks fit, require prepayment of such fees,
before appointing an Officer, Graded Subordinate Officer or Excise
Officer, to perform the services required. In the event of any
hour of overtime occurring within the space of two hours for
which different charges are made in Schedu'e A ", the rate to
be charged will be fixed for the hour during which the greater
portion of the overtime was employed.
13. Fees to be paid into Treasury for the public
uses of the Colony; and fees to be paid to the Officers
for servicasren ered out of business hours. The fees
set forth in Schedule A to these rules shall be paid into the
Treasury for the public uses of the Colony, provided that any
offi-er, graded subordinate officer, or Excise Officer who performs
duty after the usual business hours and up)n a Sunday or Bank
Holiday shall for such services rendered be paid from the Trea-
sury, on the warrant of the Governor, the fees at the rates set
forth in Schedule "B" to these rules. In reckoning the number
of hours during which an officer has been on duty in any week
the time usually allowed for breakfast and lunch shAll be counted,
but any officer may be called upon to work during the time so
allowed and shall in that case not be paid any overtime p iy for
work performed during that time. This rule shall not apply to
Officers who have commuted their overtime pay.
14. Acceptance by Officers of fees or gratuties etc.
An offence. No officer, Graded Suibodinate Officer or Excise
Officer shall receive, di- ectly or indirectly, from any person w hom-
soever any fee, gratuity or reward, except such fees as are
expressly allowed by law or regulations, and in the manner pre-
15. Officers to perform such duties as may be re-
quired of them. The Financial Secretary may require any
officer to perform temporarily the duties of any other officers :
Provided that should it be found necessary to continue any
such arrangement for a period exceeding one week, the Financial
Secretary shall report the circumstances to the Administrator for
his approval.

16. Handing over Certificates. (a) Officers relin-
quishing their posts will hand to the incoming officer a statement
of the duties attached to the post, and any other information
which will assist him in the performance of his duty. A copy of
the statement will be submitted by the outgoing officer to the
Financial Secretary before his departure.
(b) In the event of the duties attached to a post necessitating
the keeping of books of accounts etc the incoming officer will
hand the Financial Secretary before the departure of the outgoing
officer a statement of the books taken over, the condition of same,
and whether they are up to date or otherwise.
(c) An officer in charge of a safe, cash book, or stamp regis-
ter, when handing over, is required-to balance the book or regis-
ter and draw a red line across the page immediately below same.
A certificate should be written below the red line showing the
cash, or stamps, taken over and the balance in the cash book or
register, such a certificate being signed by the outgoing officer and
the incoming officer, a copy of tne certificate being handed to the
Financial Secretary by the incoming Officer before the departure
of the outgoing officer.
(d) Should any discrepancy be discovered between the actual
and book balances, the nature and extent thereof must be report-
ed to the Financial Secretary by the incoming officer before the
departure of the outgoing officer.
(e) An officer handing over stores, office equipment, etc. will
prepare handing over certificates to be signed by himself and the
incoming officer and will submit a copy to the Financial Secretary
before relinquishing the post.
(f) Should any discrepancy be discovered between the actual
stock and balances held, this, together with any explanation of the
reasons for the discrepancies, will be reported by the outgoing
officer to the Financial Secretary betcre he relinqu shes the post.
17. Audit Queries. Officers responsible for the replies to
be sent to the Audit Lepartment on queries raised will supply ihe
explanations without any delay and in the event of any post
being relinquished the outgoing officer, before his departure, will
furnish the replies to all queries for which he is responsible.
18. Helmets or caps, badges anl buttons, as
necessary will be supplied, and renewed from time
to time, at Government expense. Every Graded
Subordinate Officer, or Excise Officer of the Department whilst
engaged in the performance of his duties shall wear a prescribed
uniform, patterns of which will be retained in the custody of the
Financial secretary. Such uniforms, if provided by Government,
must not be worn by officers when off duty.
19. Employment and remuneration of Aidwaiters.
Whenever the regular staff of officers i;, from any cause, unable
to perform all the work required in the outdoor department, t! e
Financial Secretary may employ one or more s ,itab'e persons as
assistants, who shall be termed Aidwaiters and may pay to each
such person a sum not exceeding $2.00 for each business day dur-
ing which he is engaged, Aidwaiters when employed out of
business hours shail be entitled to receive payment for such ser-
vices at the rate of 60 cents per hour or proportionate part of an
20. Cheques drawn on local banks to be signed and
countersigned. All cheques drawn on either of the local banks
shall be signed by the Financial Secretary or, in the event of his
illness or absence by such other officer as the Administrator may

direct. Cheques shall be countersigned by the Accountant, o',
in his absence from the Treasury by some.other officer of the
department approved-by their Adinii'istratbr.
21, Monies received by Cashier to be paid into
bank. The Cashier shall receive all moneys paid into the Trea-
sury, and he shall so far as is practicable, pay into the Bank on
the day of receipt all moneys received by him
22 Baggage dues how dealt with. The officer for
the time being in attendance at the Baggage Warehouse may dur-
ing and out of office hours receive any dues, not exceeding in each
case the sum of one dollar, which may be payable by a passenger
upon goods imported in his baggage, ?nd he shall pay over the
same to the Cashier at the first opportunity.
23. Cheques All cheques payable to the Government
should be drawn in favour of the Financial Secretary. If an
officer comes into possession of a cheque not so drawn, the cheque
should immediately be endorsed payable to the Financial Secretary.
All cheques not already crossed, must immediately be crossed by
the receiving Officer.
24. Delivering of stamps upon requisition : Im-
pressed stamps affixing of. Impressed or adhesive stamps
shall oniy be delivered upon requi-ition made in the prescribed
form by the person requiring the same, and (except in the case of
stamps required by the Postmaster or any other person authorisel
t) reaniva the samrfor sale) after payme-it of the value thereof
into the Treasury. Im)ressad stamps shill b3 afitxel by th2
Cashier or such other officer of the permanent staff of the Trea-
sury as the Financial Secretary may direct, irn the presence of
another officer of the permanent staff of the Department.
25. No warrant or other order for delivery to be
executed until duties represented thereon are paid. No
Warrant, Permit, or any other oilar for de very of a-y goods
o it oF h;s custody, or from any warehouse, shall be executed
by an officer unless it bears evidence, in the prescribed manner,
of the payment of the duties represented therein.
26. Warrants, permits, etc., to be attended to.
Warrants, Permits, etc., are to be attended to as nearly as circum-
stances will permit, in the order in which they are delivered to the
officers who are to use all poss ble dispatch in executing the same,
and generally in the performance of their duties and the accommo.
dation of the pub ic.
27. Examination of Passengers' Baggage. Upon
arrival at the Baggage Warehouse of any passenger's baggage,
passengers will be required to give details of baggage imported
and aign the certificate required by the Government on the form
provided for the purpose, each package shall, with all convenient
speed, be carefully examined by the officer in attendance, who
shall detain any article liable to duty found therein ; and in the
event of any attempted evasion of the law he shall promptly
report the matter to the Financial Secretary; provided always that
the examining officer may if he shall deem it so advisable, detain
all or any part of a passenger's baggage for delivery on the
following day, in the case of passengers arriving after four p m.
28. Vessels entering port to oe visited by Outdoor
Officer.. One of the Outdoor officers shall visit every vessel
entering port between the hours of eight a m. and four p m. im-
mediately on its arrival. Vessels arriving during other houses are
(subject to the provisions of Rule 10 to 13) to be visited
at eight o'clock on the following morning.

29 Particulars of vessels arriving or departing
to be kept. A book shall be kept in which the Visiting Officer
shall forthwith enter the name, nationality and such others parti-
culars as the Finarcial'Secretary may from time to time direct of
vessel arriving and departing ; and also the name, nationality,
occupation and port of embarkation or destinat-on of all persons
arriving and departing from the Island.
30. Senior outdoor Officer to be responsible for
proper use etc., of boats. The Senior outdoor officer shall
be responsible to the Financial Secretary for the proper care of
the boats belonging to the department.
31. Clearance of Vessels. No vessel liable to tonnage
or other dues shall be cleared until payment has been made for
the amount of dues for which the vessel is liable. This rule may
be relaxed in the case of steamers upon the Agent of same gua-
ranteeing to pay all such dues as soon as the amount of same has
been ascertained,
32. Power of Financial Secretary to make Rules-
or By-Rules. The Financial Secretay may from time to time
make by rules for the general working of the department, or more
effectually carrying out these rules ; provided such are not repug-
nant to any law or regulation now or hereinafter in force.
33. Interpretation-Bank Holiday. The expression
Bank Holiday means any day mentioned in the Schedule to
the Bank Holidays Act, (Cap. 114 of the Federal Acts of the Lee-
ward Islands) and any day appointed a special Bank Holiday by
the Governor in Council and shall be construed as if the said Act
applied to the whole Colony and not merely to the town of Roseau.
34. Repeal. The Treasury and Customs Department
Rules 1935 (S.R. & 0. 1935, No. 13), The Treasury and Customs
Department (Amendment) Rules, 1945 (S. R. & 0. 1945, No. 5),
The Treasury and Customs Department (Amendment No 2) Rules,
1945, (S. R. & O0. 1945, No. 44), 1The 'Ireasury and Customs De-
partment (Amendment) Rules 1949, (S. R. & Os. 1949, Nos. 18 &
47) are hereby revoked.
35. Commencement- These rules shall come into force
on the 1st day of January, 1951.
Made by the Governor in Council this 22nd day of November,
Clerk ol the Council.
For any service approved by the Financial Secretary :
On Ordinary days:
Between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m ) for each hour $1.00
,, 9 p.m. ,, midnight) (or fractional 1.60
,, midnight and 5 a.m ) part in accord- 2 40
,, 5 a.m. and 8 am. ) ance with Rule 9). 1.00
On Saturday at Roseau and Thursdays at Portsmouth:
Between 1 p.m. and 9 p.m. 1.00
On Sunday and Bank Holidays:
Between 6 a.m and 9 p.m. for each hour or fractional
part in accordance with Rule 9 1.60
With a minimum chaage of 4.00
After 9 p.m. and before 6 a.m. the same as for ordinary days.

For visiting any vessel to grant partique:
Between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. 3.20
,, 9 p.m. and Midnight 4 80
,, midnight and 5 a.m. 6.40
,, 5 a.m. and 8 a.m. 3.20
On Sunday and Bank Holidays:
Between 5 a.m. and midnight 4.80
,. midnight and 5 a.m. 6.40)
For services of an Aidwaiter :
On ordinary days between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. 2.00
Per day or part thereof
For services of an Excise Officer : )
On Sunday, Bank Holidays or on ordinary working )
days between the hours of 4 p.m. and 8 a.m. )
For each hour or fractional part in accordance with )
Rule 9 ) .44
For services of a Graded Subordinate Officer to keep )
guard over cargo not stored in a warehouse
On Sunday and Bank Holidays :-
Between 4 p.m. and 8 a.m. .64
On Sunday and Bank Holidays and ordinary working days;
Between 4 p.m. and 8 a.m. 1.60
To work the crane and in Baggage room or for any )
other service not quoted above: )
Between 4 p.m. and 8 a.m. and on Sundays and )
Bank Holidays. )
For each hour or fractional part in accordance with )
Rule 9 ) .44
Overtime fees how calculated.
(a) For work performed on Sundays, Bank Holidays and at
night between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. a rate per hour equal to the
ordinary pay and half as much again.
(b) For work performed at other times beyond the recognis-
ed hours of work; a rate per hour equal to thz ordinary rate and
one quarter.
Rate per hcur 45 hour week
Grade Ordinary Pay Overtime Pay
(a) (b)
Special Grade $ .87 $1.31 $1.09
First Class .64 .96 .80
Second Class .42 .63 .52
Third Class Flat rate .52 .42
Chief Officer do. .52 .42
Other Graded Subor-
dinate Officers do. .44 .40
Provided that except in the case of illness, or except in the
case of Sundays and Bank Holidays no overtime pay shall be paid
unless the officer concerned has been on duty for forty-five hours
during the week in respect of which the overtime pay is charged.

SCHEDULE "B" (Continued)

For each hour or fraction. P4
al part in accordance with E^
Rule 9.

On Ordinary Days:-
Between 4 p.m. and 9p.m. $1.09 $ .80 $ .52 $ .42 $ .42 $ .40
,, 9 p.m. ,, 5 a.m. 1.31 .96 .63 .52 .52 .44
,, 5a.m. ,, 8 a.m.j 1.09 .80 .52 .42 .42 .40
On Saturdays-At Roseau!
On Thursdays-At Portsmouth!
Between 1p.m. and 9 p.m. 1.09 .80 .52 .42 .42 .40
On Sunday and Bank Holidays 1 31 .96 .63 .52 52 .44
With a minimum payment of 2.62 1 92 1 26 1.04 1 04 .8,
Keeping guard over cargo not;
stored in a warehouse:--
On Sunday and Bank Holidays:
Between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. fixed .64
On Sunday and Bank Holidays
and on Ordinary days: t .
Between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. fixed 1 28
For services at a distillery, onI
crane and in baggage room:;
Between 4 p.m. and 8 a.m. .44 ,44
For visiting any vessel to grant
pratique between the hours of
4 p.m. and 8 a.m. and on Sun-
days and Bank Holidays:- ,
On Ordinary days: I
Between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. 2.13 2.00 1.60 1.33 .53 33
S 9 p.m ,, midnight 3 20 2.13 1.97 1 60 .64 .40
midnight ,, 5 a.m. 4.00 3.20 2.13 2.00 80 53
5 a.m. 8 a.m. 2.13 2.00 1.60 1 33 .53 33
On Sunday & Bank Holidays:
Between 5 a.m. and midnight 3.20 2.13 1.97 1.60 .64 .40
,, midniight ,, 5 a.m. 4.00 3.20 2.13 2 00 .80 .53

Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by G. ALPHONSUs JAMES,
By Authority.
(Price 8d.]

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