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Table of Contents
    Main
        Page 110
        Page 111
        Page 112
        Page 113
    Ordinance no. 3 of 1951: Praedial Larceny Ordinance, 1951
        Page A 1
        Page A 2
        Page A 3
    Ordinance no. 4 of 1951: Village Councils (Amendment) Ordinance, 1951
        Page B 1
    Ordinance no. 5 of 1951: Small Charges Act (Amendment) Ordinance, 1951
        Page C 1
        Page C 2
    Ordinance no. 6 of 1951: Magistrates' Criminal Jurisdiction Extension Ordinance, 1951
        Page D 1
    Ordinance no. 7 of 1951: Abolition of Corporal Punishment (Amendment) Ordinance, 1951
        Page E 1
    Ordinance no. 8 of 1951: Diplomatic Privileges (Amendment) Order, 1951
        Page F 1
        Page F 2
    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 16 of 1951: Proclamation
        Page G 1
        Page G 2
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Dominica.


Official


Gazette.


iubliibeb bp ~utforitp.


VOL. LXXIV ROSEAU, MONDAY,

Government Notices.
Administrator's Office,
8th May, 1951
THE following particulars relating to
appointments etc. in the public service
are published for general information:-
SEVERIN, CECIL B.A., Dispenser, Marigot
District, Medical Department, vaca-
tion leave from 1st May to 4th June,
1951, inclusive.
E. 580
LEWIS, WILLIAM MACDONALD, Sanitary
Inspector, Marigot, vacation leave
from 1st May to 26th May, 1951,
inclusive.
E 592.
JOHN FINN, HILLARY, Sanitary Inspector,
Castle Bruce District, vacation leave
from 1st May to 26th May, 1951, in-
clusive.
E. 622
LAMBERT, DENIS R., 2nd Class Clerk,
Treasury Department, vacation leave
from 25th April to 14th August, 1951,
inclusive.
E. 576
HIURTAULT, E. Paul, Boatman, G S.O.
Class II. Treasury and Customs
Department, vacation leave from
7th May to 26th June, 1951, inclusive.
E.21
JOHN BAPTISTE, ARTHUR, 2nd Class War -
der, H.M. Prison, vacation leave from
7th May to 9th June, 1951, inclusive.
E 529
ROBINSON, Mrs. EULA Telephone Opera-
tor, G.S.O. Class III, Public Works
S Department, vacation leave from 8th
Sy to 2nd June, 1951, inclusive.


D 7/o


MAY 28, 1951.


No. 27


MATTHEW, STANFORD A. Forest Guard,
Forest Service, vacation leave from
Ist May to 17th May, 1951, inclusive.
E. 666


Administrator's Offie,
16th May, 1951.
PRESS RELEASE
IT has been officially announced in Lon-
don thai a mission headed by Mr. A.G
BOTTOMLEY, M.P. Secretary for Overseas
Trade and including Senior Official repre.
sentatives of the Colonial Office, The Board
of Trade and the Ministry of Food will
visit the West Indies this week. The mis-
sion will hold discussions in Jamaica on
May 17th with representatives of the Cigar
Industry and will also have talks with the
Executive Council of Jamaica. They will
come to Barbados at the end of the week
for the purpose of discussions with the
Regional Economic Committee which is to
be opened at Hastings House on May 16th.
The main object of the mission's visit to
Barbados will be to explain to the Regional
Economic Committee the position in re-
gard to sugar which has arisen in the
course of negotiations with Cuba and to
obtain full information as to the views of
the West Indies. Members of the British
West Indies Sugar Association will be at.
tending the meeting of the Regional Eco.
nomic Committee and will be present at
these discussions. It is the mission's in-
tention to hold a meeting in London on
their return with representatives of Com-
monwealth Sugar Producers including
London representatives of West Indian
Producers,
662/51









111 OFFICIAL

Administrator's Office,
19th May, 1951.


IT is announced for information that the
Secretary of State has selected Mr. L.
COOLS LARTIGUE for appointment to the
post of Chief Secretary of the Windward
Islands. Date of assumption of duty will
be announced later.
666/51
Administrator's 0Qice,
21st May, 1951.
Applications aie invited for the post of
Engineer -Draughtsman, Publit Works
Department, St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla.
Particulars of the post are as follows:
SALARY $2880x 120--$3S40 per annum,
plus temporary Cost of Living Allow-
ance at the rate of $483 per annum.
Quarters are not provided.
TERMS OF ENGAGEMENT: On two
years probation. Tne appointment is
during pleasure and subject to the
Regulations for His Majesty's Colonial
Service and Statutory Rules and Or-
ders in force.
DUTIES: General construction engine
eering drawing, preparation of esti-
mates, taking out quantities, making
up specifications, superintending
any kind of construction work in
the field and any similar duties as
assigned.
Applications giving full details of quaii-
fications and experience, which should
include at least three years experience in
drawing offices of some recognized engin -
eering firm, accompanied by not less than
two testimonials and a photograph of
applicant, should be addressed to His
Honour the Administrator, St. Kitts Nevis
knguilla to reach not later than the
15th June, 1951.
By Order.
E. KARNEY OSBOfNE
Clerk to the Administrator
Administrator's Office,
St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla.
7th May, 1951
1160/49

Administrator's Ofice.
21st May, 1951.
It is notified for general information
that the Secretary of State for the Col.
onies has approved a free grant of 4,042
($19,401.60) under the Colonial Develop.
ment and Welfare Act 1945 for the con-
struction of an Elementary School at
Grand Fond (Scheme D. 1600).
993/45

Administrator's O.fee.
21st May, 1951.
PRESS RELEASE
Mr. A. G. BOTTOMLLEY, M. P. Secretary
for Overseas Trade and head of the United
Kingdom mission now in the West Indies,


GAZETTE, MONDAY, MAY 28, 1951.


addressed a joint meeting of the Regional
Economic Committee and the British
West Indies Sugar Association at the
Headquarters of Development and Wel-
fare, Barbados, this morning. He gave
an account of the situation which has
been reached with regard to the proposed
pact with Cuba and, in the course of hi s
speech, gave the following assurances:--
(1) If an agreement with Cuba is made
it would run only to the end of 1953
(2) If the agreement is concluded, the
United Kingdom Government will
extend to the end of 1953 its under-
taking to find a market for the
whole exportable surplus of the
Commonwealth up to the limit laid
down in the Commonwealth Sugar
Agreement that is in the case of
the West Indies 900,000 tons of
sugar a year, Unless producers
choose to sell that part of their ex-
ports not subject to guarantee at the
world price plus preference, all this
sugar will be bought at the negotia-
ted price as it is today Producers
will be asked to choose between these
alternatives as soon as it is know
whether an agreement has been
concluded with Cuba
(3) The Government undertaking to
review the operation of the Common-
wealth Sugar Agreement in 1953 in
consultation with the producers
stands. This undertaking provides
that if sugar is unrationed in the
United Kingdom in 1953 and if con-
sumption proves higher than has
been estimated at least a proportion-
ate increase will be made in the
quantities to be purchased at a
guaranteed price.
(4) Apart from these specific assurances,
the United Kingdom Government
remain fully committed to the Com-
monwealth Sugar Agreement, al-
ready extended by one year up to
the end of 1958, and have given an
assurance that they will do nothing
whatever to vitiate its effectiveness
or to prejudice the interests of Com-
monwealth producers.
2. At the end of his speech the meeting
adjourned until tomorrow morning when
Mr. BOTTOMLEY will hear the views of the
West Indian Representatives present.
662/51

Administrator's Ofice,
22nd May, 1951.
PRESS RELEASE
The Regional Economic Committee met
in private yesterday afternoon to discuss
the question of the West Indian Good-
will Trade Mission to Canada and after
an adjournment continued their meeting
until a late hour last night.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, MAY 28, 1951.


They reaffirmed their previous views as
to the importance of sending the mission
to Canada at an early date and at the
same time accepted the suggestion made
by His Majesty's Government in the
United Kingdom that the mission should
first pay a visit to London before proceed-
ing to Canada. They recommend the
mission should arrive in London for this
purpose about the middle of June.
Administrato 's Office,
26th May, 1951.
His Excellency the Governor has been
pleased to give his assent to the under-
mentioned Ordinances which have been
passed by the Legislative Council of this
Colony.
No 3. of 1951. An Ordinance to make
provision for the protection of Praedial
Produce.
1150/50
No. 4. of 1951, An Ordinance to amend
further the Village Councils Ordinance.
629/39 & 1407/47.
No. 5 of 1951. An Ordinance to amend
further the Small Charges Act, Cap. 67,
1099/50
No. 6 of 1951. An Ordinance to extend
the Criminal Jurisdiction of Magistrates.
1098/50.
No. 7 of 1951. An Ordinance to amend
the Abolition of Corporal Punishment
Ordinance, 1941.
363/39.
No. 8 of 1951.. An Ordinance to amend
the Diplomatic Privileges Ordinance, 1948.
594/46.


Administr tor's Office,
25th May, 1951,
THE following Statutory Rules and
Orders is circulated with and forms part
of this Gazette:-
No. 16 of 1951. A Proclamation.
979/50


EDUCATION DEPARTMENT,
DOMINICA.
]0th May, 1951.
CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS
-1951.-

Closing of Entries-June 1st.
Examination Fees

School Certificate Examination.


Full Certificate
Supp. Certificate
Local Fee


$10. 80
6. 00
1.20


Junior Certificate Examination
Full Certificate $7. 80
Supp Certificate 4. 80
Local Fee 1. 00
Entry forms may be obtained fom the
Education Office and entries should be
forwarded together with fees to this
office not later than the 1st. of June, next.
(Sgd) VICTOR A. A. ARCHER,
Ag. Education Oficer










METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER KEPT AT BOTANIC GARDENS, DOMINICA.


Date Da
1951.




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23 Mon.
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26 Thurs.
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29 Sun.
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79 83 73 76 72 67
81 85 78 75 85 57
84 85 78 75 72 57
83 81 75 74 64 67


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78 83 74 76 72 67
83 85 75 75 64 57
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Thermometer. Reduced to S2 Fh. Rainfall for the Rainfall for the
and Sea Level. Rainfall. Year 1951. Year 1950.

Max'm. Min'm. 9 am. 3 pm.
Mths. Ins. Pts. Mths. Ins. Pts.


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1951 PRAEDIAL LARCENY ORD 3 18


DOMINICA
ORDINANCE NO. 3 OF 1951.
I assent
R. D. H. ARUNDELL.
Governor.
5th May, 1951.
A'4 ORDINANCE TO MAKE PROVISION
FOR THE PROTECT 'ION OF PRAEuiAL
PRODUCE.
(Gazetted 28th May, 1951).
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor with the advice
and consent of the Legislative Council of Dominica as
follows: -
1 This Ordinance may be cited as the
PRAEDIAL LARCENY ORDINANCE, 1951. Short title
2. Whosoever steals, or destroys, or damages with Fruit ord veit
intent to steal, any plant, root, fruit, or vegetable inagard ". tc
production growing in any garden, orchard, pleasure-
ground, nursery-ground, hot-house, green-house, or con-
servatory, shall, on summary conviction, either be im-
prisoned. wiih or without hard labour, for any term not
exceeding twelve months, or else forfeit and pay, over
and above the value of the article, or articles, so stolen,
or the amount of the injury done, such sum of money,
not exceeding two hundred and forty dollars as to the
Magistrate may seem meet
3. Whosoever steals, or destroys, or damages with dVuegablenoro
intent to steal, any cultivated plant, root, fruit or veget- growingin gar-
able production, used for the food of man or beast, or en, etc.
for medicine, or for distilling, or for dyeing, or for, or
in course of, any manufacture and growing in any land,
open or enclosed, net being a garden, orchard, pleasure-
ground, or nursery-ground, shall on summary conviction,
either be imprisoned with or without hard labour, for
any term not exceeding twelve months, or else shall for-
feit and pay, over and above the value of the article, or
articles, so stolen. or the amount of the injury done.
such sum of money, not exceeding two hundred and
forty dollars as to the Magistrate seems meet.










19 1951 PRAEDIAL LARCENY ORD 3


Larceny of
produce L i. 4. (1) Notwithstanding the provisions of the
Act Cap. 67 Small Charges Act on any other law to the contrary,
whosoever steals or cuts or plucks with intent to steal
or maliciously roots up, destroys or damages any tree,
plant, root, fruit, vegetable or other produce which is
used or is capable of being used, whether after treat-
ment or otherwise, as food, or as an ingredient in food
for man or beast, wheresoever lying, standing, growing,
cultivated, or planted, shall be guilty of an offence
against this Ordinance and shall be liable on summary
conviction to a fine not exceeding two hundred and
forty dollars or to imprisonment, with or without
hard labour, for a term not exceeding twelve months.
L I ActCap61 (2) Where a person who has been found guilty
under the preceding sub-section is a chi d or young
person within the meaning of the Magistrate's Code of
Procedure Act, any sum adjudged to be paid as compen-
sation and costs of the prosecution may, if the Magis-
trate so orders, be paid by and recovered from the
parent or guardian of such child or young person by
distress or imprisonment in like manner as if the order
had been made on conviction of the parent or guardian
for the offence with which the child or young person
was charged.
Receiving 5. Whosoever receives any tree, plant, root, fruit.
stolen goods. vegetable or other produce which is used or is capable
of being used, whether after treatment, or otherwise as
food, or as an ingredient in food for man or beast, know-
ing the same to have been stolen or unlawfully obtained
shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance and
shall be liable on summary conviction to the same puni-h-
ment as if he had been convicted under section four of
this Ordinance.
Where circum- 6. If upon trial of any person under section four or
stances do not
constiutet ar- five of this Ordinance, it appears that the produce taken
ceny, prisoner
ma' bet foud or received was obtained by such person by fraud, un-
ainin the pro- der circumstances which do not constitute larceny or
duce in question
byfaste petlI- receiving such person shall not, by reason thereof, be
ces, entitled to be acquitted, but may be found guilty of ob-









1951 PRAEDIAL LARCENY ORD & 20



training such produce by false pretences with intent to
defraud and shall be punished as if he had been convict-
ed under section four of this Ordinance.
7. All moneys except costs received under this Praedial Lar-
Ordinance shall be paid into the Treasury to the credit ceny Fund.
of a fund to be called The Praedial Larceny Fund "
and no such moneys shall be paid out of the said fund un-
less authorised by the Governor as compensation for loss
suffered by a producer when the offender has been
convicted.
Provided that it sha'l be lawful for the Magistrate
to order any person convicted of any offence under this
Ordinance to pay compensation to the owner of the
produce stolen or unlawfully obtained and such com-
pensation shall be dealt with as costs.
8. Sections thirty-two and thirty-three of the Lar- Repeal L I
ceny Act as amended and sections twenty-one, twenty- 8 C 3a .3
two and twenty-three of the Malicious Damage Act are
hereby repealed.
Passed this 28th day of March, 1951.
D. K. BURTON,
1150/50. Clerk of the Legislative Council.












DOMINICA1
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By Authority.
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1951 VILLAGE COUNCILS ORD 4 21




DOMINICA

ORDINANCE NO. 4 OF 1951
I assent
4 .R. D. H. ARUNDELL.
Goveq-rnor,
5th May, 1951.
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND FURTHER
THE VILLAGE COUNCILS ORDINANCE,
1948.
(Gazetted '8th May, 1951)
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor with the advice
and consent of the Legislative Council of Dominica as
follows:--
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
VILLAGE COUNCILS (AMENDMENT) ORDI-
NAANCrE 1 ~1


I Short title
and shall be read as one with the Village Councils
Ordinance, 1948 as amended (hereinafter referred to
as the principal Ordinance). Ord No 14 194
,, 26 1949
2. Paragraph (b) of section five of the principal
Ordinance is hereby deleted and paragraphs (c) and (d) section tb) of
principal Ord-
shall be lead as paragraphs (b) and (c) respectively. inane
3. Section nine of the principal Ordinance is hereby Addiion of
amended by the addition at the end thereof of the fol- -prm '.,o s.
lowing proviso-- Ordiance
Provided nevertheless that the proceedings of the
Council shall not be invalidated by reason only that any
person not qualified so to do, sat and voted threat.
Passed this 27th day of March, 1951.
D. K. BURTON,
629/49 & 1407 47. Cle k of the Legislative Council.
DOMINICA.
Prneo at the Bulletin Office. Roseau. by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES,
By Autnority,
[Price Id.)










1951 SMALL CHARGEi ACT
(AMENDMENT)


ORD 5 22


DOMINICA.

ORDINANCE NO. 5 OF 1951.
I assent
R. D, H. ARUNDELL.
Governor,
5th May, 1951.
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND FURTHER
THE SMALL CHARGES ACT, CAP. 67.
(Gazetted 28th May, 1951)
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor with the advice
and consent of the Legislative Council of Dominica as
follows :-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
SALL CHARGES ACT (AENDMDMENT) ORDI- Cap. 67
NANCE, 1951. L. I. Act.
NO. 2/1931
and shall be read as one with the Small Charges Act No. 4/1932
and all amendments (hereinafter referred to as the No 7/1933
Principal Act.) No 2 1936
D/ca. Ord.
2. Subsection 2 of section forty-four of the Princi- No. ;9/1939.
pal Act is hereby repealed and in place thereof the fol-
lowing subsection shall have effect :-
(2) Any person having or having had in his Amendment
of section
possession in any manner or in any place 44 (2)
anything which may reasonably be suspec- Cap. 67
ted of having been stolen or unlawfully
obtained, and who shall not give an account
satisfactory to the Magistrate as to how he
came by the same, shall be liable to a fine
not exceeding Fifty Pounds or to imprison-
ment with or without hard labour for
any term not exceeding twelve months.











1951. SMALL CHARGES ACT
(AMENDMENT)


ORD 5


Provided that such person shall not be
liable to be convicted under this subsection
if he proves that he had or has had posses-
sion of such thing for more than three
months.
1099/50 Passed this 27th day of March, 1951.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.



























DOMINICA.
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By Authority.
IPrice 2d.1


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1951 MAGISTRATES' CRIMINAL ORD 6 24
JURISDICTION EXTENSION






DOMINICA.

ORDINANCE No. 6 OF 1951
I assent
R. D. H. ARUNDELL.
Governor.
5th May, 1951.
AN ORDINANCE TO EXTEND THE CRIMINAL
JURISDICTION OF MAGIS,'R 'l ES.
(Gazetted 28th May, 1951)
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor with the advice
and consent of the Legislative Council of Dominica as
follows :-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
MAGISTRATES' CRIMINAL JURISDICTION EXTEN- Short
SION ORDINANCE, 151 tte.
2. Notwithstanding the provisions of any Act, Extension
Ordinance or other law to the contrary, the Magistrates' of Juriscic-
tion of Ma-
criminal jurisdiction is hereby extended. to include all gistrn o
matters in which the value of the property concerned
does not exceed ninety six dollars.
Passed this 27th day of March, 1951.
D. K. BURTON,
1098/50 Clerk of the Legislative Council.






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1951


CORPORAL PUNISH-
MENT


ORD 7


DOMINICA.
ORDINANCE NO. 7 OF 1951.
I assent
R. D. H. ARUNDELL.
Governor.
5th May, 1951.
AN ORDINANCE E TO AMEND THE ABOLI-
'TION OF CORPORAL PUNISHMENT
SU RUINANCE, 1941.
(Gazetted 28th May, 1951).
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor with the advice
and consent of the Legislative Council of Dominica as
follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
ABOLI ION OF CORPORAL PUNISHMENT
(A VENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 1951 Short Ti tle


and shall be read as one with the Abolition of Corporal Ord. No.
Punishment Ordinance, 1941 (hereinafter called the n /!)-
Principal Ordinance).
2. From section three of the Principal Ordinance Amendme
the following shall be deleted-- of section
if rwn


!nt
3
nnl


(a) Praedial Larceny Ordinanc
(d) Offences under section 20 of the L. I. Act
Offences against the Person Act. Cap. 4L
Passed this 27th day of March, 1951.
D. K. BURTON,


363/39.


ClIrk of the L'gi.lative Council.


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1951 DIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES ORD 8 zu





DOMINICA

ORDINANCE NO. 8 OF 1951,
I assent
R D. H. ARUNDELL.
Governor.
5th May, 1951.
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE DIPLOMATIC
PRIVILEGES ORDINANCE, 1948.
(Gazetted 28th May, 1951)
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor, with the advice and
consent of the Legislative Conncil of Dominica as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
DIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES (AMENDMENT) ORDI-
---------- Short Title.
NANCE, 1951.
and shall be read as one with the Diplomatic Privileges Ordi Ord. 12/1948
nance, 1948 (hereinafter referred to as the principal Ordinance)
2. Paragraphs (b) and (c) of subsection 2 of section three Amendment
of the principal Ordinance are hereby repealed and the following of section
3 (2) (b) &
substituted therefore (c) f prin.
(b) confer upon Ordinance.
(i) any persons who are representatives
(whether of governments or not) on any
organ of the organisation or are members
of any committee of the organisation or of
al organ thereof :
(ii) such number of otlicers of the organisation
as may be specified in the Order, being
the holders of such high offices in the
oigniisation as may be so specified; and
(iii) such persons employed ,on missions on
behalf of the organisation as may be so
specified:
to such extent as may le specified in the Order, the imnmuni-
ties and privileges set out in Part II of the Schedule to the
principal Ordinance.
(c) confer upon such other classes of officers and
servants of the organisation as may be specified













27 1951 DIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES ORD 8





in the Order, to such extent as may be so
specified, the immunities and privileges set out
in Part III of the Schedule to the principal
ordinancee ;
and Part IV of the Schedule to the principal Ordinance shall
have effect for the purpose of extending to the staffs of such
representatives and members as are mentioned in sub-para-
graph (i) of paragraph (b) of this sub-section and to the
families of officers of the organisation any immunities and
privileges conferred on the representatives members or
officers under that paragraph, except in so far as the operation
of the said Part IV is excluded by the Order, conferring the
immunities and privileges;
Provided that the Order in Council shall be so
framed as to secure that there are not conferred on any per-
son any immunities or privileges greater in extent than those
which, at the time of the making of the Order are required
to be conferred on that person in order to give effect to any
international agreement in that behalf.

Passed this 27th day of March, 1951
I). K. BURTON.

594/46. r .: of the Legislaltie Council.













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DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 16 OF 1951

PROCLAMATION

APPOINTING THURSDAY, THE 7TH DAY OF JUNE, 1951,
TO BE A BANK HOLIDAY INSTEAD OF FRIDAY, THE
14TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1951.

[Gazetted 28th May, 19511
BY THE ADMINISTRATOR
OF DOMINICA.

A PROCLAMATION.

E. P. ARROWSMITH
Administrato-r.
WHEREAS under the provisions of the Bank Holi-
days Act (Cap. 114) it is enacted that the Governor may
from time to time with the advice of the Executive Coun-
cil issue a Proclamation appointing a special day to be
reserved as a Bank Holiday, and may,in like manner from
time to time, when it is made to appear to him in Coun-
cil in any special case, that in any year it is inexpedient
that a day by the said Act appointed a Bank Holiday
should be a Bank Holiday, declare that such day shall not
in such a year be a Bank Holiday, and appoint such other
day as to him in Council may seem fit to be a Bank Holi-
day, instead of such day.
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the celebration
of the anniversary of the birth of OurSoverign Lord the
King should be observed in this year on Thursday, the
7th day of June, instead of on Friday, the 14th day of
December.













BANK HOLIDAY


NOW, THEREFORE, I do hereby, by and with the
advice of the Executive Council of the Colony of Domi-
nica and in the exercise of the powers conferred by the
said Act, declare that Friday, the 14th day of December,
shall not in this year be a Bank Holiday, and appoint
Thursday, the 7th day of June, 1951, as a special day to
be reserved and kept as a Bank Holiday throughout the
Colony instead of such day, and I do by this my Pro-
clamation command that the said 7th day of June, 1951,
be so reserved and kept, and all His Majesty's loving
subjects in the Colony to order themselves accordingly.
GIVEN at the Government House, Dominica, this
25th day of May, 1951, and in the fifteenth year
of His Majesty's Reign.
GOD SAVE THE KING!
979/50




















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