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    Minutes of a Meeting: Minutes of Meeting of Finance Committee held Wednesday, 22nd March, 1950
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    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 9 of 1951: Pensions (Amendment) Regulations, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 11 of 1951: Tobacco Excise Duty (War Purposes)
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    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 12 of 1951: Agricultural Scholarship (Amendment) Regulations, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 13 of 1951: Fisheries (Amendment) Rules, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 14 of 1951: Customs Duties
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Gazette.


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VOL. LXXIV ROSEAU,

Government Notices.

Adminst ato 's Office,
9th April, 1951.
The Administrator directs the publica-
tion for general information of the follow-
ing Cost of Living Index Figures in xe-
spect of Dominiaa.
Statistics for 31st March, 1951
General Average Increases since 1939
(September).
All Items 216.3%
Food Only 207.1%
461/51

Administrator's Ofice,
10th April, 1951.
IT is notified for general information
that the Secretary of State for the Colon-
ies has approved a free.grant of 29 500
($141,600) under the Colonial Develop-
ment and Welfare Act for the construc-
tion of the Layou-Clarke Hall-Holm.
wood Road under Schemes D. 1418 and
D. 1418 A.
1699/48 II
Administrator's Office,
10th April, 1951.
IT is notified for general information
that the Secretary of State for the Colonies
has notified His Excellency the Governor
that the King will not be advised to exer-
cise His Majesty's power of disallowance
with respect to the undermentioned Ordi-
nance passed by the Legislative Council of
Dominica :-
No. 19 of 1950. "An Ordinance to
further amend the deportation (Brit-
ish Subjects) Ordinance, 1941."
1075/
ItE7r?3
B^^f~"


MONDAY,


APRIL 16, 1951.

No. 8 of 1949. "An Ordinance
to amend the Roseau Town
Ordinance, 1937."
1179/48


No. 18

further
Council


Administrato 's Ojnice
14th April, 1951.
THE following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with and form part
of this Gazette : -
No 9 of 1951. Pensions (Araxndment)
Regulations, 1951.
213/42.
No. It of 1951. Tobacco Excise Duty
(War Purposes).
387/42.
No. 12 of 1951. Agricultural Scholarship
(Amendment) Regu!ations. 1951,
199/51.
No. 13 of 1951. Fisheries (Amendment)
Rules, 1951.
425/51.
No. 14 of 1951. Customs Duties.
970/47.
Administrator's Office,
14th April, 195J.
THE following particulars relating to
appointments etc. in the public service
are published for general information :-
MCINTYRE, Doctor D. 0. N., appointed
Medical Officer, on one year's proba-
tion.


420/51


1st April, 1951.


THOMAS WARNEFORD, G. S. O. Class III,
Orderly, Portsmouth Hospital, con-
firmed in appointment
ith April, 1951.
821.43
By Order,
L ACHILLE PINARD.
Acting Government Secretary.


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1951.


Administrator's Olice,
14th April, 1951.
THE Minutes of a Meeting of the
Finance Committee held on Wednesday,
22nd March, 1950, is published with
this issue of the Offiial Gazette for gen-
eral information.
336/47.

NOTICE
Post of Assistant Superintendent
of Public Works, St. Vincent, B.W.I.
Applications are invited for the vacant
post of Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works, St. Vincent. B.W.I.
The salary of the post is in the scale
$1,920 per annum rising by annual incre-
ments of $96 to $2,400 per annum The
post is pensionable. A cost of living
allowance at the rate of $190.20 per
annum, or at such other rate as may be
prescribed from time to time, is payable.
A transport allowance at the rate of $480
per annum, to which a temporary in-
crease of 332 % has been added, is also paid.
Applicants should have a working
knowledge of the planning, estimating.
setting out and construction of buildings,
bridges, roads and waterworks and their
maintenance.
Previous experience in a Public Works
Department or with a reputable firm of
contractors and experience in the field
organisation of works and labour will be
taken into account.
Applications must be addressed to the
Administrator, Government Office, St.
Vincent, B. W. I., and should reach not
later than 15th May. 1951.
Each applicant should state how soon it
would be possible for him, if selected to
take up appointment.
Government Office.
St. Vincent, B.W.I.
31st March, 1951.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS
(DOMINICA)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in
pursuance of Rules made by the Chief
Justice under Section 16 of the Leeward
Islands and Windward Islands (Courts)
Order in Council, 1939. His Honour the
Puisne Judge assigned to the Dominica
Circuit has appointed Tuesday, the 24th
day of April, 1951, at the hour of ten
o'clock in the forenoon and subsequent
days for sittings of the Court in its Crim-
inal Jurisdiction at the Court House at
Roseau within the Dominica Circuit.
Dated the 14th day of April, 1951.
T. A. BOYD,
Registrar of the Supreme Court
of the Windward Islands
and Leeward Islands
(Dominica)


No. P.W. /C. 10 A
Public Works Department,
Roseau,
Dominica,
Lritish West Indies.
29th March, 1951.
NOTICE.

S(2nd Publication )
Application having been made by
Colonel 0. St. A Duke of Barbados for
purchase of a portion of Crown Lands in
the Parish of St. Paul containing 40 acres
and 3 roods bounded an the North West
by lands of Colonel Duke. South East by
Crown Lands, South West by the Mahaut
River arid North East by the Zikac River
and Crown Lands, the said land wiil be
seid by Public Auction at the Oitice of the
Surveyor General on Saturday the 26th
(ay of May, 1951 at t1 O'clock in the
forenoon.
And it is further notified that should
anyone lay claim to said land or be desir-
ous of bidding for the. same, notice must
be sent to the Surveyor General within
two weeks after the 2nd day of May, 1951.
A diagram of the said land can be seen
at the Office of the Surveyor General.
W. B. JEPSON,
Surveyor Generj(l.
M.P. 111/48.

NOTI CE
Central Housing and Planning
Authority
Second Supplementary Goodwill
Scheme

THE Central Housing and Flanning
Authority offers for rental, lots in that
portion of the Goodwill area defined in
the Second Supplementary Scheme
A copy of the scheme and plan may be
seen and further information obtained at
the offices of the Roseau Town Council or
the Senior Medical Officer between the
hours of 10 a m. and 1 p.m. Monday to
Friday inclusive. The site has been sur.
veyed and the lots are marked and num-
bered.
These lots are available for immediate
occupancy on a yearly tenancy at a rental
of 1 per annum payable in advance.
Ihe purpose of the proposed develop.
ment is to provide adequate housing sites
for persons who are not in a position to
comply with building requirements in the
original Housing area of Goodwill as ,set
out in the First Supplementary Scheme.
It is specially planned for the relief: of
conditions in the slum areas of Roseau
House-holders who have been or may be
evicted from sites in such areas and who
are unable to find satisfactory alternative
sites will be given priority.








OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY

As the scheme is essentially a slum
clearance measure the Central Authority
reserves the right to grant priority of
tenancy to any applicant or to refuse any
application in its absolute discretion and
is not bound to rent any or all of the lots
shown in tne jian.
Applications for lots should be in writing
and be addressed to the Secretary. Central
Housing and Planning Authority. Office
of the Senior Medical C' 11 -,. r, lRoseau.
30th March, 1951.
i19/50.


NOTICE
Central Housing and Planning
Authority

PERSONS interested in acquirin.; bui I-
ing lots in ihe Goodwill Housing Area
under the lirst Suppienmntary Gooidwill
Scheme are advised that tho 'enmral
Authority expects to be able to make lots
in this area available at an early date.
The Central Authority will inform the
public by due notice in the press when
these lots become available and regrets
that in the meantime. it is not possible to
consider applications for such lots,
Lots now being advertised for rental
under the Second Supplementary Goodwill
Scheme are not in the Goodwill Housing
Area as originally planned and are offered
to meet a specific emergency Acceptance
of tenants will be limited to the special
classes designated in the notice.
It will assist the Central Authority
greatly if members of the pub ie nor fall-
ing into these classes will not apply for
these lots and will await further notice
before submitting applications under the
First Supplementary Goodwill 'eheme.
30th March, 1951.
119/50.


AUCTION NOTICE.


TO BE SOLD pursuant to an Order
made by His Honour Mr. Justice Date
on the 3rd day of March, 1951, in the
Colony of Dominica in Suit 1950 S No.
28 between AUGUSTUS SMITH and J. H.
CARLTON GRELL, upon the applica ion
of the above named Plaintiff for sale
of the Defendant's land under section
4 of the Judgments Act. 1907, at pub.
lic auction by the Provost Marsnal of
Dominica, at the Court House, Roseau
at 2.30 p.m. on Thursday, 26th April,
1951:-


All Thattarcel of
land with reon situa e
on Bath Roa te Town of
Roseau, in -th ',,li:h of St.
George and bonn i.1 as follows:
On the North by 'iand of Mabel
Lundy, on the outh by land of
Clarit.a tennis, on the East by
Bath Road, ind ofn the West by
lard of Aiiie Dumas all ontaining
S;:l.::.' squa e feet.
Particulars and conditions of sa'e
may 1- .)t;r. i,,-i of Miss M, Eugenia
Charles of Ctsambers, Old St., Roseau
Dominica, the Solicitor having the
carriage of the sale, and at the place
of sale.
Dated this 22nd day of March, 1951.
SA, B. B. MAI'E,
Ag. I' Hvost Alarshal,


NOTICE.
I Trade Vlarks Ofmice,
i)ominica,
9th April, 1951
AMEIAtIAN CYANI.iD COMPANY
of ;I RIockefeiler Plaza, New York. State
of New York. United StatX'of America.
hav applied for the registration of one
.j trade mark consisting of the following
word




in Class III. that is to say, Vaccines
serums. bacillus cultures. biologicals.
extracts, antiboities, antit.,xins, schick
test. epinephrine. salfapyridine. sulfanila-
mide, sulfathiazila, sulfaguanidine, sulfa-
diazine, and all other sulfonamides.
hydrochloride. solutions, thromboplastin,
tuberculin. xoirntments, vaccine virus,
digitalis, tincttres, antigens, thyroid
preparations,, tcelus acidophilus rnilk.
liver extract. suppositories, anthrax
profi-laxis, medicinal and pharmaceutical
preparations a4d drugs for use in t-eating
humans and animals.
-The Appih nts claim not to have used
the said trAde mark in respect of the said
S goods-in 1)ominiea before the 15th day of
March 1950.
An person may within three months
front the date of the first appearance of this
adv ertisement in the Dominica Official
Gaze tte give notice, in duplicate, at the
Trace Marks Office, Dominica, of opposi-
ti orto the registration of the said Trade
Ma ik.
A. B MARIE.
Acel no Regist:ar of Trade Marks
Agent:-Cli fton Alexander Herriot Dupigny
R oseau,
S)ominica













Date Da
1951.




Mar. 1 Thurs,
21 Fri.
,, 81 Sat.
4 Sun.
51 Mon.
6 Tues.
7 Wetd.
8 Thurs.
9 Fri.
10 At.
11 Sun.
12 Mon.
13 Tues.
14 Wed.
15 Thurs.
16 Fri.
17 Sat.
18 Sun.
191 Mon.
20 Tues.
21 Wed.
22 Thurs.
231 Fri.
24 Sat.
25 Sun.
26 Men,
Tues.
Wed.
hors.
Sat,


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78
S75
77

i 70
71
77
77

78

76
76
77
80
79
80

79
81
89
79

82

9

79
77
79
72


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METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER KEPT AT BOTANIC GARDENS, DOMINICA. \
Barometer
THERMOMETER. Corrected.
Ri relative Thermometer. Reduced to 3 Fh. Rainfall for te Rainfall for the
Humidity. and Sea Level. Rainfall. Year 1951. Year 1950
ry. Wet.
9 a.m. 3 p.m. Max'm. Min'm. 9.a m. 3 p m. Mths
3p.m. 9a.m. 3 p.m. Mths. Ins. ts. ths. Ins. ts.


8' 72 73 72 57 184 70 29.95 29.89 .15 January January 9.87
82 72 72 81 57 83 70 29.96 29.86 .08 February 2.92 February 3. 59
6- 68 -59 65 29.98 .00 March Ma1rch ~3.75
SI 00)
81 69 72 66 60 85 65 2991 2985 .00 10 77.21
81 70 71 66 57 83 70 29.93 29 89 .00
81 69 72 62 60 82 69 30.00 29.94 00
80 70 73 66 67 82 69 30 00 29.87 .(0
83 70 73 66 57 84 70 29.96 29.94 .00
70 64 70 30 08 .00
-- .00
82 70 73 70 60 83 70 29.92 29.86 .00
83 70 72 70 53 83 7k 9. 29.90 .00
83 74 73 84 57 84 -f8 80.01 29.94 .00
84 72 74 64 57 85 72 29.99 2994 .00
82 i71 73 64 60. 85 75 29.98 29.89 .00
72 64 70 29.90 .00
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81 72 75 (f1 60 85 67 80.00 29.94 .U0
82 72 74 '60 64 85 67 29.97 29.91 .00
82 70 70 57 50 85 67 29.99 2989 ,(0 |
86 71 74/ 6114 53 86 73 29.95 29.87 .00



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8, 70 73 60 60 85 69 29.94 29.89 .00
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DOMINICA.

Minutes of Meeting of Finance

Committee.

AT a meeting of the Finance Committee held at 10.45 a.m. on
Wednesday, 22nd March, 1950, in the Administrator's Office.
Present:
His Honour E. P. ARROWSMITH, Administrator,
The Honourable C. A. HARNEY, Crown Attorney,
,, ,, A. D. BOYD, Acting Financial Secretary,
,, ,, ARTHUR PEMBERTON,
,, G. AUSTIN WINSTON,
T. M. BERTRAND,
,, C. J. L. DUPIGNY,
,, J. 0. AIRD,
,, H. D. SHILLINGFORD, C.B E.
Absent :-
The Honourable C. A. H. DUPIGNY,
Mrs. ELMA NAPIER.
Confirmation of Minutes.
The minutes of the meeting held on the 15th February, 1950,
were read and confirmed.
Expenses re trip to Jamaica.
Mr. Pemberton read a letter in connection with his expenses
incurred on his visit to Jamaica.
Discussion ensued.
(Honourable C.A,H. Dupigny came in and took his seat).
His Honour promised to go into the matter.
St. Joseph Water Supply.
Mr. Bertrand informed His Honour that on behalf of the
people of St. Joseph, he wished to express sincere thanks to
the Secretary of State for the grant of 5,850 approved from
Colonial Development and Welfare funds for a water supply for
the village.
Export duty on Bananas.
His Honour read a letter from the Dominica Banana Associa-
tion requesting the Administration to give an undertaking to the
effect tiat there shall be no further increase in the export duty on
bananas during the fifteen year period of the contract between
their Association and the Antilles Products Ltd.
Mr. Dupigny pointed out that the Antilles Products Ltd. was
bound by agreement after five years to pay the maximum price for
bananas as received by Jamaica. The Antilles Products Ltd. were
the sole exporters of Bananas and if they had to pay any increase
of export duty it would be creating a hardship on them.







The Committee was in agreement that it was not possible for
them to give such guarantee.
Peter Rodney.
The case of Mr. Peter Rodney who fell into the sea through
an opening on the Portsmouth Jetty caused by missing planks
while obeying an order from a Policeman was considered.
The Committee decided that Mr. Peter Rodney should be
made an ex gratia payment of $15.00 for the accident suffered.
Revision of Dominica Laws.
Mr. Dupigny mentioned that the laws had not been revised
in the Colony for over 80 years and asked His Honour to obtain
the views of the Judge on the matter.
His Honour promised to do so.
Batalie Jetty.
Mr. Shillingford informed His Honour that two planks were
missing on the Batalie Jetty for over six months.
His Honour promised to go into the matter.
Warning Lights.
Mr. Bertrand said that the precaution of having warning lights
or signs indicating that a road was under repair had not been ob-
served at Portsmouth for a long time.
His Honour promised to go into the matter.
Supplementary Votes.
The Committee approved of supplementary votes to meet ex-
penditure under the following Heads:-
Ilead Sub-leaI Amount
Governor 7. Messenger $ -.50
To meet cost in Appeal Case ... .. .. :32.64
To write off Wheelbarrows lost in landing ... ... 46.54
Acting arrangements in Governor's Office ... ... ;i1.68
To write off Nails short received ... ... ... 7 64
Bibcocks short received ... ... 16
Visit of HM.S. "Snipe" & "Glasgow."
The Committee approved of a supplementary vote of $265.35
to meet expenditure re entertainment of the ships' company of
H.M.S. "Glasgow" and H.M.S. "Snipe" during their recent visit.
United Nations Fellowships and Scholarships.
His Honour read priority Circular Telegram Saving of the 2nd
February, 1950, outlining the United Nations programme for 1950
for economic development fellowships and public administration
fellowships and scholarships.
It was decided to defer the matter to the next meeting when
His Honour would prepare a list of the fellowships or scholarships
which would interest this Colony.
Sloop "Alexandrine."
His Honour read a letter No. 6322 of the 24th February, 1950,
stating that the Government of Montserrat did not accept liability
for any expenses in connection with a search by the M. V. Good-
will for the Sloop Alexandrine.






After discussion the Committee asked that the matter be re-
ferred back to the Commissioner of Montserrat quoting his tele-
gram of the 24th August, 1949, and our telegram of the 25th Au-
gust, 1949.
Purchase of Chloromycetin.
His Honour read a letter No. M.D. 135/50 of the 25th Febru-
ary, 1950, from the Senior Medical Officer asking for a Special
Warrant for $6,000 to meet the cost of the new antibiotic Chloro-
mycetin, the only drug so far discovered to be effective against
typhoid fever. He stated that there were no supplies of this drug
in the island.
The Committee agreed that an application should be forward-
ded immediately to the Secretary of State for the necessary
Special Warrant.
Colonial Office Dispiay Windows.
His Honour read Saving Telegram No. 33 of the 21st Decem-
ber, 1949, suggesting that a display on a Windward Islands basis
might be considered.
The Committee agreed to participate and to pay this Colony's
share of the estimated cost.
Cigar Industry.
Mr. Dupigny spoke of the increased duty on Cigars in the
United Kingdom which was killing out the Jamaica and Dominica
Industry. He quoted the export figures for Dominica during the
past two years which showed clearly a big drop in exports.
His Honour mentioned the uniformity of the Jamaica cig,:rs
which made them favourite in England.
Exhibition to University College.
The Committee confirmed that the provision in the 1950 Esti-
mates for an Exhibition to the University College was for a can-
didate from this Colony as in paragraph 5 (b) of Dr. Taylor's
memorandum.
Fire Service.
Mr. Aird said that he had received a communication from
Messrs. Harrimans re Fire Supplies. He understood that Domi-
nica was ordering Fire Supplies of a different size to that recom-
mendad by Superintendent Cox and that used by the other Wind-
ward Islands. Mr. Aird was of the opinion that if that was the
case it was wrong.
Mr. C. A. H. Dupigny asked for the present position of the
Fire Service and when was Government going to take over from
the Roseau Town Council.
His Honour promised to go into the matter and inform mem-
bers at the next meeting.
Plane Service.
Mr. Pemberton enquired about the Air Service.
His Honour said that while in Barbados he had spoken to the
Wing Commander Egglesfield who had told him that the service
had been kept back by a series of unlucky incidents






Black Leaf Tobacco.
Mr. Shillingford mentioned that the price of Black Leaf To-
bacco had not returned to normal although Mr. Rolle had intimat-
ed that the price would be reduced when certain stocks of imported
tobacco had been exhausted.
His Honour promised to look into the matter.
(Honourable J.O. Aird with His Honour's permission retired
from the meeting).
Land Tenure system.
Mr. Winston spoke of Estates that were having wholesale
eviction of tenants and said that the Colony must have a Land
Tenure Act. He remarked on the lack of locally grown foodstuffs.
He said that all stock were being removed from Estates and that
was particularly so in the Grandbay area. Mr. Winston
quoted cases of peasants who had nowhere to keep stock and had
to dispose of the animals. He said that the island would soon have
to depend solely on imported meat.
(Mr. Shillingford with His Honour's permission retired from
the meeting).
Roads.
Mr. Winston referred to the two new roads which had been
started, Laudat and Salisbury and asked for details of construction,
the width, verge, gradient, etc.
Barbados Marketing Agency.
Mr. C A.H. Dupigny asked what were the developments with
regard to the Barbados Marketing Agency. He mentioned that
the price of cabbages had dropped to five cents and one was not
even able to dispose of their crop.
Agricultural School.
Mr. C. A. H. Dupigny said that the Teacher for the Agricul-
tural School should be a man well versed in Animal Husbandry and
suggested inasmuch as it would take at least a year to establish
the school, that Mr. White be sent for a course in animal hus-
bandry, and offered the post of Head of the School.
Mr. Winston agreed with Mr. Dupigny's suggestion but felt
that 100 Veterinary Surgeons stationed in Dominica would not
solve the meat problem, our peasants were not allowed to keep
animals on estates.
Launch Service.
Mr. Bertrand asked whether the launch could be allowed to
come alongside the jetty now that it was repaired.
His Honour explained the position and said that it was entirely
out of the question for the lunch to come alongside.
Adjournment.
The Committee then adjourned, sine die.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of Council.
Confirmed this 12th day of April, 1950.
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
Administrator.









1951 PENSIONS SRO 9 A 14





DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS
NO. 9 OF 1951

THE PENSIONS (AMENDMENT) REGULA-
TIONS, 1951.
DATED THE 10TH DAY JANUARY, 1951, MADE BY THE
GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL WITH THE SANC IION OF THE
SECRETARY OF STATE UNDER SECTION 3(1) OF THE
PENSIONS ORDINANCE, 1944, (No. 9 of 1944 )
[Gazetted 16th April, 1951J
1. These Regulati:ns may be cited as the
Short
PENSIONS (AMENDMENT) REGULA- title.
TIONS, 1951
and shall be read as one with the Pensions Regulations First
1944, (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regula- Schedule of
tions.) Ord. 9/194t.
2. The First Schedule (Reg. 8 (1)) to the principal Amendment
Regulations is hereby amended by the insertion of the Schedule
names Sarawak and North Borneo (Reg. 8 (1))
Made by the Governor in Council with the sanction
of the Secretary of State this 10th day of January, 1951.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Executive Council.
Laid before the Legislative Council this 27th day
of March, 1951.
D. K. BURTON,
213. 42. Clerk of th Legislalive Council.
DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, uy G. ALPHONSUS JAMES
13y Authority.
IPrice Id.]









1951 TOBACCO EXCISE DUTY SRO 11 A 17
(WAR PURPOSES)






DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 11
OF 1951
ORDER-IN-COUNCIL
DATED THE 17TH DAY OF MARCH, 1951, MADE UNDER SECTION
2 OF THE WAR LEGISLATION (ExPIRaTION) ORDINANCE,
1944 (ORD. No. 13 OF 1944).
(Gazetted 16th April, 1951.)
WHEREAS by section 2 of the War Legislation (Expira-
tion) Ordinance, 1944 (Ord. No. 13 of 1944) it is enacted that Preamble.
the provisions of the Tobacco Excise Du)ty (War Purposes)
Ordinance. 1939, (Ord. No 10 of 1939' shall be so interpreted
as to be continued in force so long as the Emergency Powers
(Colonial Defence) Order-in-Council, 193), continues in force
unless sooner repealed by the Governor in Council by Order
published in th- Gazette.
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the Tobacco Excise
Duty (War Purposes) Ordinance, 1939 should be repealed.
NOW THEREFORE, the Governor by and with the advice
of the Executive Council of Dominica doth order and it is
hereby ordered as folio us : -
1. This Order may be cited as the
TOBACCO EXCISE DUTY (WAR PURPOSES) ORDI Short
NANCE, 1939. REPEAL ORDER, 1951 title.
2. The Tobacco Excise Duty (War P'urpcses) Ordinance, Repeal Ord.
1939 is hereby repealed. 10/1939
3. This Order shall be deemed to have come into opera. Commence-
tion as from the 24th day of August, 1950. meant.

Made by the Governor in Council this 17th day of March,
1951:
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Council,
387/48.
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1J51 AGRICULTURAL SRO 12 A 18
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DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 12
OF 1951
THE AGRICULTURAL SCHOLARSHIP
(AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 1951
MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION
5 (1) OF THE DOMINICA AGRICULTURAL SCHOLAR-
SHIP ORDINANCE, 1949 (ORD. NO. 16 OF 1949).
(Gazetted 16th April, 1951.
1. These Regulations may be cited as the
AGRICULTURAL SCHOLARSHIP Short
(AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 1951 title.
and shall be read as one with the Agricultural Scholar-
ship Regulations. 1949, hereinafter referred to as the Schedule
principal Regulations. Ord, 6 of
1949.
2. Regulations 2 (a) and (b) are hereby amended Amendment
by substituting $1620 for "$960" occurring therein of Regs 2
(a) ard (b).
Made by the Governor in Council this 7th day of
February, 1951.
D. K. BURTON.
199/51, Clerk of the Executive Council
Confirmed by resolution of the Legislative Council
this 27th day of March, 1951.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Legislative Council


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1951 FIH`iERII VRO 13 A 19



DO. I NICA

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS N) 13 OF 1'95

THE FISFHER'ES AMENDMENTN) RULES 195.
DATED the 4TH DAY OF APRIL, 1951, MADE BY THE GOV-
ERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTI N 4, (F THE )ISH-
ERiES ORDINANCE, 193S (No. 12 OF 1938)
(Gazetted 16th April, 1951)
1. These Rules may be cited as the
FFIIsR RIKS (AMENl)MENT) RULES, 1951 shorttite.

and shall be read as-one with the Fisheries Rules 1939. A & .
No. 1't ,f 19-'
2. Rule 3 of the principal Rules is hereby amended Amendment of
by the addition thereto of the following Rule :- nRue8
3. (1) The catching of fish in fishpots or' the
placing of fishpots therefor is hereby prohibited
in the a ea bounded on the South by a line
running due West from the mouth of the Indian
River, and on the North by the coastline in
Portsmouth Harbour otherwise known as Prince
Rupert Bay.
Made by the Governor in Counel this 4th day of
April, 1951.
425/51
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Coun -iiL






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1951 CUSTOMS DUTIES PRO 14 A 20




DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES &ORDERS NO. 14 OF 1951.

RESOLUTION
OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF DOMINICA DATED THE 27TH
DAY OF MARCH, 1951. MADE UNDER SECTION 5 OF THE
CUSTOMS IMPORt AND EXPORT TARIFF CONSOLIDATION
AMENDMENT ORDINANCE, 1932, (No. 16 OF 1932).
(Gazetted 16th April, 1951).
WHEREAS by s-ction 5 of the Customs Import and Ex-
port Tariff Consolidation Amendment Ordinance 1932, it 's
ordained that the Legislative Council may from time to time
by Resolution increase, abolish or otherwise alter the customs
duty leviable on any goods imported into the Colony ;
BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislative Council of Dm-
inica that the First Schedule to the Customs Import and Ex-
port Tariff Consolidation Ordinance, 1930 (No. 11 of 1930), as
replaced by the Customs Import and Export Tariff (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1947 (No. 7 of 1917) be amneided by substi-
tuting for item '3, the following :
Item No. Article British
Preferential General Tariff
Tariff

23 Cheese 10/5 per 100 lbs. 20/10 per 100 lbs.


This Resolution shall be deemed to have had effect as from
the 1st January, 1951.

Passed this 27th day of March, l 51.
1) K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Lecg'slutive Council
970/47.




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