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Title: Official gazette - Dominica
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Language: English
Creator: Dominica
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Place of Publication: Roseau
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Subject: Politics and government -- Dominica   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- April 5, 1865-
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        Page 29
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        Page 32
    Statutory Rules and Orders, 1950, no. 34: Prison (Amendment) Rules and Regulations, 1950
        Page A 1
    Statutory Rules and Orders, 1951, no. 1: Carnival Order-in-Council, 1951
        Page B 1
        Page B 2
    Statutory Rules and Orders, 1951, no. 2: Bank Holiday
        Page C 1
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Dominica


Official


Gazette.


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ROSEAU, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1951.


Goverinment Notices.

Administrator's Office,
25th January, 1951.
IT is hereby notified for general inform-
ation, that the following appointments
have been made for the three years com-
mencing 1st January, 1951, under Domin-
ica Ordinance No 5 of 1939:-
Vieille Case Village Board
R. A. Royer, Esq
Thomas Augustine. Esq.
Terence Douglas. Esq.
Francis Le Blanc, Esq.
Mrs M. L. Royer,
Michel Le Blanc, Esq.
Lambert Johnson, Esq.
1065/41

Administrator 's Ofice,
25th January, 195[.
N.O.T.IC E
ORDER-IN-COUNCIL 1950 No. 1769,
EXTENDING SUPPLIES AND SER-
VICES (TRANSITIONAL POWERS) ACT
1945, FOR A, PERIOD OF ONE YEAR.
AT the Court of Buckingham Palace the
2nd day of November, 1950 Present.
The King's Most Excellent Majesty in
Council. Whereas by section eightrof the
Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers)
Act 1945 (A) The said Act is limited to
expire on the tenth day of December,
ninteen hundred and fifty, five years after
the passing thereof unless continued in
force under that Section: and wheres
it is provided by that section that if an
address is presented to His Majesty by
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each House of Parliament praying that
the said Act shall be continued in force for
a further period of one year from the time
at which it would otherwise expire His
Majesty may by Order-in-Council direct
that it shall continue in force for that
further period: and whereas such an
address has been presented to His Majesty
by each House of Parliamnent as aforesaid:
now therefore His Majesty in pursuance
of the said Section eight and of all other
powers enabling him in that behalf is
pleased by and with the advice of His Privy
Council to order and it is hereby ordered
as follows.
1. The Supplies and Services (Transi-
tional Powers) Act, 1945 which would
otherwise expire on the tenth day of De-
cember, 1950, shall continue in force for a
further period of one year until the tenth
day of December, nineteen hundred and
fifty-one.
2. This Order may be cited as the Sup-
plies and Services ('ontinuance) Order
19)50 and shall come into operation. on the
4th day of November, 1950.
C31/45
Administatoq 's CiGc.'
26th January, 1951.
His Honour the Administrator has been
pleased to appoint the following gentle-
men to be' Vtiting Justices of the Prison
for the Colony of Dominica: -
Charles E. Bully, Esquira.
John Baptiste Charles, Esquire.
165/38
His Honour the Administrator has been
pleased to appoint the following gentle.
men to be Justices of the Peace in and for
the Colony of Dominica; -
Charles E. Bully, Esquite.
John Baptiste Charles, Esquire.
334/32


VOL. LXXIV










30 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1951


Administrator's Offie,
27th January, 1951.
THE following particulars relating to
appointments etc., in the public service
are published for general information:-
BLANC, NELSON D., 2nd Class Warder,
H. M. Prison, vacation leave from
22nd January to 6th February, 1951
inclusive.
E. 646.
tolD,~iT. A., Registrar, vacation leave
from 26th January to 10th March,
1951 inclusive.
E. 172
BULLY, JOHN, Assistant Government
Secretary, Administrator's Office
vacation leave from 24th January to
23rd April, 1951 inclusive.
E. 17
DALRYMALE, ARTHUR, Assistant Surveyor,
Public Works Department, vacation
leave from 25th January to 9th
February. 1951 inclusive.
E. 657
JOSEPH, ALFRED, Messenger, G.S.O. Class
III, Labour Department, confirmed in
appointment.
9th January, 1951
1624/41
LARONDE, Miss MABEL, G.S.O. Class III,
;, Nurse Roseau Hospital, vacation leave
from 15th January to 17th February,
1951 inclusive.
E. 249
PASCAL, AGNES, Nurse Roseau Hospital,
G.S.O. Class IV, transferred to Sou-
friere, Nurse Midwife, G. S. 0.
Class III.
1st January, 1951
246/45
PEMBERTGN, Mrs. C., Nurse Midwife
Soufriere, transferred to Roseau
Hospital,
1st January 1951
246/45
PIGGOT, R. D, Appointed Assistant
Master, Dominica Grammar Sehool,
on one year's probation.
16th January, 1951
947,50
WATTY, Doctor E., appointed District
Medical Officer, on one year's proba-
tion.
1st January, 1951
1493/50
Administrator's Office,
30th January 1951.
CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING
AUTHORITY

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 Second Supplementary
Scheme for the Goodwill Housing Area


submitted by the Central Housing and
Planning Authority.
Copies of the Scheme may be seen on
request at the offices of the Senior Medi-
cal Officer or the Roseau Town Council
during official office hours
H. B. HETHERINGTON,
Chairman, Ceitral Hovsing and Planningi
Authority.
119/50


Administrator's Office,
29th January, 1951.
THE following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with and form part
of this Gazette:-
No 34 of 1950. Prison (Amendment
Rules and Regulations, 1950.
363/39.
No. 1 of 1951. Carnival Order-in-Council
S1951.
136/51
No. 2 of 1951. Bank Holiday.
136/51
By Order,
J. N. McINTYRE,
Government Secrttary


NOTICE.
IMPORT CONTROL
Importers are advised that licences will
be granted for the importation of goods
from Belgium, the Belgian Congo, Luxem-
burg and Switzerland.
H. E. LETANG,
Cont oiler of Supplies.
Supply Office,
Dominica.
16th January 1951.


Public Works Department,
No. P. W./B.6. Roseau.
Dominica.
23rd January, 1951.
NOTICE
BLASTING OF DANGEROUS CLIFFS
Notice is hereby given that on Thursday
the 15th of February 1951, blasting is to
take place at the Canefleld Cliffs. This
work will make it necessary to close the
road from Roseau to Rockaway and be-
yond. Every effort will be made to have
the work completed the same day but the
nature of the work precludes any guar-
antee to this effect.
Telephone subscribers should note that
telephone communications will be discon-
tinued while blasting is in progress.
E. R. ROBOTHAM.
Director of Works.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1951.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
DOMINICA,
22nd January. 1951.
DISTRIBUTION of COCOA CUTTINGS
-1951
APPLICATIONS for Cocoa Cuttings to be
planted out as from June this year should
be handed into the Botanic Gardens, Cacoa
Station or dearest Agricultural Station not
later than 28th February, and should be
made on the special form obtainable from
the Botanic Gardens. Cocoa Station and
Agricultural Stations.

2. Plants will only be distributed for
planting in areas which in the opinion of
the Superintendent of Agriculture have
the necessary conditions for receiving
Cocoa Cuttings viz.
(a) Adequate wind protection
(b) (round Shade in the form of
Bananas; Tanias and Pigeon Peas
or other satisfactory substitutes.
(c) The necessary Soil Conservation
measures which the topographer
of the land requires.

L. L. DE VERTEUIL,
Superintendent of Agriculture.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
DOMINICA,
22nd January, 1951.
Distribution of I times, Oranges and
Grapefruit Plants 1951
THE following procedure will be adopted
when applying for Budded Citrus plants
for 1951
(a) Estates should apply on a:special
form which can be obtained at the
Botanic Gardens or Agricultural
stations. These forms should be
handed in to the Botanic Gardens
or nearest Agricultural Station
not later than 28th February.
(b) Peasantashould give their require.
ments to their District Instructoi
by 28th February,
2. Plants will only be distributed for
planting in areas which in the opinion of
the Superintendent of Agriculture have
the necessary conditions v z.
(a) Suitable natural conditions for the
particular crop.
(b) Adequate wind protection
(c) The necessary Soil Conservation
measures which the topography of
the land requires.
3 Applications for Citrus Plants other
than Limes, Oranges and Grapefruit should
be made separately, and not liter: than
28th February.
L. L. DE VERTEUIL,
Superintendent of Agriculture








METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER KEPT AT BOTANIC GARDENS, DOMINICA.
METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER KEPT AT BOTANIC GARDENS, DOMINICA.


Date.
1950.


THERMOMETER


Day.


a9


Nov. 1 Wed
S2 Thurs.
S3 Fri.
,4 Sat.
5 Sn.
6 Mon.
7 Tues.
8 Wed.
9 Thurs.
10 Fri.
11 Sat.
12 Sun.
13 Mon.
S14 Tues.
,, 15 Wed.
S16 Thurs.
,, 17 -Fri.
18 Sat.
,19, Sun.
20 Mon
,21 Tues.
22 Wed.
23 Thurs.
24 Fri.
25 Sat.
26 Sun.
27 Mon.
28 Tues.
29 Wed.
-30 Thurs.


Dry.

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.84



83

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82

81
82
82
80

83
81
80



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81
76
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9 a.m. 3 p.m.


77
77

76

747
75
75
76
76
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77
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Humidity.
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9a.m. 3pm. Max'ti.



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67 -65 88

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67 64 88
67 59 85
67 59 85
67 65 85
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72 61 85
72 59 87
72 64 88-
67 59 88
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76 90 85
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67 67 83
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29.82
29.85
29.82
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29.84
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2980
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29.80

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29.84
29.90
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29.78
2980
29.74
29.88


Rainfall for the Rainfall for the
Ytar 1950. Year 1949.


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


January 9.87, January 2.06
February 3. 59 February 6. 44
March 3. 75 March 2 73
April 1.89 April 1.46
May 10.37 May 2. 58
June 12. 64 June 13. 02
July 10. 00 July 11.41
August 8.18 August 9.69
September 4. 90 September 12. 75
October 14. 14 October 9. 32
November 8. 00 November 2. 68
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DOMINICA.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1950, No. 34.

HIS MAJESTY'S PRISON
RULES AND REGULATIONS MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL
UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF "THE PRISON ACT 1877" AND
THE PRISONERS' SENTENCES REMISSION ACT, 1908 ".
(Gazetted 29th January, 1951.)
1. Short Title. These Rules and Regulations may be cited
as the Prison (Amendment) Rules and Regulations, 1950.
2. Amendment Rule and Regulation 61 of the Prisons
Rules and Regulations 1909 is hereby revoked and the following
shall be substituted therefore :-
61. If any prisoner is charged with any of the
following offences :-
1. Mutiny or attempted mutiny, or
2. Violence towards Officers of the Prison Ser-
vice,
the Visiting Justices shall have power, after inquiry
upon oath or affirmation in the presence of the prison-
er, if they find the prisoner guilty of the offence
charged, and subject to the approval of the Governor,
to order such prisoner to receive any number of
strokes, not exceeding twenty-four in the case of
persons over the age of eighteen years or twelve in
the case of persons under the age of eighteen ye ars.
Made by the Governor in Council this 22nd day of November,
1950.
D. K. BURTON,
363/39. Clerk of the Council






DOMINICA
Printed at thp Bulletin Office, Roseau, by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES.
By Authority.
[Price ld.l








1951 CARNIVAL ORDER-IN-COUNCIL SO 1 A 1





DOMINICA


STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 1 OF 1951



AN ORDER-IN-COUNCIL
DATED THE 271H DAY OF JANUARY, 1951,
UNDER THE PEACE PRESERVATION ACT, 1895
(DOMINICA NO. 1 OF 1895) AS AMENDED
FROM TIME TO TIME
[Gazetted 29th January, 1951.]
WHEREAS it is desirable to make provision in accordance
with t .e terms of the Peace Preservation Act, 1895 (No. 1 of 1895) D/ca. O
as amended from time to time for the temporary suspension during 1R/1924
the period of Carnival in the year 1951, of certain prohibitions s/ises
contained in the said Act :-
NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor in Council in the exercise
of the powers vested in him in the above recited Act and by and
with the advice of the Executive Council of Dominica deth hereby
Order as follows :-
1. This order may be cited as the
CARNIVAL ORDER-IN-COUNCIL, 1951. Short ti
2. That on Monday, the 5th day of February and Tuesday, Masking
the 6th day of February, 1951, persons decently clothed and con- plualic
ducting themselves in an orderly manner may be permitted to
wear masks between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m, subject to
the strict obedience of the following PROVISO :-
PROVIDED that if any Officer or Non-Commissioned Officer
of His Majesty's Forces or of the Dominica Police Force shall con.
sider any person so masked to be behaving in a suspicious, disor-









A2' 1951 CARNIVAL ORDER-IN-COUNCIL B$ O 1



derly or improper manner he may call upon such masked person
to remove his mask and such masked person shall, forthwith re-
move his mask accordingly and shall also furnish his name and
address if called upon to do so.
Carrying 3. During the aforesaid permitted hours of the said days,
Weapons herein described as the CARNIVAL, NO PERSON SHALL
Prohibited.
CARRY ANY LIGHTED TORCH OR BE ARMED WITH ANY
WEAPON OF ANY DESCRIPTION. The term "Weapon" in
this Order means any article or thing suitable of being used for
offensive purposes, end besides firearms and other weapons ordim-
arily regarded as lethal or dangerous shall include such things as
clubs, stones and bottles.
Smearing 4. No person shall smear himself wiith any paint or ceiouring
the body. matter whatsoever.
Noisy 5. No person shall make use of any noisy instruments, such
Instr ments as a drum cor horn before 8 a.m. or after 6 p.m. on the said Car-
nival days.
Fireworks. 6. No person shall discharge, let off, or assist in the dis-
charging of, or letting off of, any fireworks (which expire sion
shall include fireworks locally known as Bombs") or anything
of a like kind or nature.
Time limit 7. The wearing of masks shall not be resumed after 6 p.m.
to be ob-
served on Tuesday, the 6th day of February, 1951. The Carnival 6f 1951
shall then be deemed to be over and thereafter all acts, matters
and things which the Governor in Council is empowered by the
4th Section of the above Act to prohibit shall stand and be prohi-
bited until further ORDER-IN-COUNCIL.
Extent of. 8. This Order extends to the whole of the Colony.
Order.
Made by the Governor in Council this 27th day of January,
1951.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Couneil.
136/51.

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








1951 BANK HOLIDAY SRO 2 A3






DOMINICA


STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 2 OF 1951


PROCLAMATION
APPOINTING MONDAY, 5TH FEBRUARY, 1951,
AND TUESDAY, 6TH FEBRUARY, 1951, TO BE
BANK HOLIDAYS.
[Gazetted 29th January, 1951.1
-BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS.
A PROCLAMATION.
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
Administrator.
I, considering that it is desirable that Monday, the 5th day of
February, and Tuesday, the 6th day of February, 1951, should be
observed as Bank Holidays in the Colony of Dominica and in pur-
suance of the provisions of the Bank Holidays Act (Cap. 114] do
hereby, by and with the advice of the Executive Council of the
raid Colony, and in exercise of the powers conferred by the Act
aforesaid, appoint Monday, the 5th day of February, 1951 and
Tuesday, the 6th day of February, 1951, as special days to be re-
served as Bank Holidays in the said Colony, under and in accord-
ance with the said Act, and I do by this my Proclamation com-
mand the said days to be so reserved and kept, and all His Majes-
ty's loving subjects in the said Colony to order themselves accord-
ingly.
GIVEN at the Government House, Dominica. this 27th day of
January, 1951, and in the fifteenth year of His Majesty's Reign.
GOD SAVE THE KING!
136/51.
DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Office. Roseau. by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES,
B- Authority.
(Price ld.}




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