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Dominica.


Official


VOL. LXXIV


Gazette.


~urb iti b bp utjorttp .

ROSEAU, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1951,


Government Notices-

Administrator's Office,
4th June 1951
INTERNATIONAL LABOUR
CONFERENCE
The Secretary of State for the Colonies
with the agreement of His Excellency the
Governor of Trinidad and Tobago, has
been pleased to appoint Mr. SOLOMON
HOGHOY. Commissioner of Labour, to be
an Adviser to the United Kingdan Govern-
ment Delegation at the 34th Session of
the International Labour Conference
which will be held at Geneva, from 6th to
30th June, 1951.
Mr. Hoehoy wil be the sole Colonial
representative on the United Kingdom
Government Delegation. He will be leaving
Trinidad on Sunday, 27th May, by air for
London where he will spend a few days
at the Colonial Office before proceeding
to Geneva.
All travelling and other expenses incurr-
ed by Mr. Hochoy on his visit to the United
Kingdom and Geneva will be met from
funds of His Majesty's Government.
Mr. Hoehoy who is 46, was education i n
Trinidad and joined the Service in that
Colony 20 years ago. In 1939 he waq
attached to the newly formed Labour
Department where he rose successively to
be, Labour Officer in 1944, Deputy Com-
missioner in 1946 and he was appointed
Labour Commissioner in 1949.
During that time Mr. Hochoy took
specialised training in Canada and the
United Kingdom and also attended variouss
conferences. In 1943 he spent six months
at Montreal studying Labour Administra.
tion and Statistics with the International
Labour Oice whose headquarters wer e

3 7t 7Zf4


No. 30


there Then in 1918 while holidaying in
the United Kingdom he spent 14 weeks on
a refresher course studying Wages and
Factory Inspection, Indistrial Relations,
Employment Exchange Services and Voca-
tional Guidance and Training.
Mr. Hochoy will proceed from London
with Mr N. D WATSON. Colonial Office
Adviser to the Delegation Mr. Watson
was formerly an Assistant Secretary.
Colonial Secretary's office, Trinidad.
487/50
Administrator's Olice,
12th June 1951,
CASSELL, ALOYSIUS, G S.O. Class III
Supply Department, dismissed, having
absented himself from duty without leave
as from 22nd March, 1951.
244,49
Adminstrato 's Cffice,
14th June, 1951.
NOTICE E.
APPLCATIONS are invited for the vacant
post of Labour Commissioner, S Vincent.
The post is pensionable and carries a
s dary in the scale $2,400 x $12 $2,880
per annum with Transport Allowance of
$514 per annum and Cost of Living Allow-
ance of $253.60 per annum or at such rate
as may from time to time be prescribed.
Quarters are not provided.
The appointment will be on probation
for two years in the first instance. In
other respectsit will besubject to Colonial
Regulations and local General Orders.
Free first class passages will be provided
on first appointment for the officer and
family not exceeding five persons in all.
The officer selected will be required to
ensure the proper administration of all
laws relating to labour matters, to submit










122 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY,JUNE 18, 1951.

recommendations regarding the conditions -"
of employment of labourers, to deal with
all disputes between labourers and
employers and to perform any other
duties that may be allotted to him from ..........' "
time to time.
time to time. in Class XLV, that is
The successful candidate will be require. whether manufactured
ed to pass a medical examination. He wtured
will be subject to taxation in accordance Applicants claim
The Applicants clain
with local legislation. been using the said track
Applications should be addressed to the of the said goods for 1
Administrator of St. Vincent to reach him 18th day of December,
net later than 30th June, 1951 Certifie Any person may wit
copies of testimonials should be ,ubmitted. from te date of the f
192/49 this advertisement in
Official Gazette give no
Administrator's Office. at th- Trade Marks Of
L18th June, 1951. opposition to the regist
THE Minutes of a Meeting of the Trade Mark.
Finance Committee held on Wednesday,
Igistrar o
21st June, 195(, is published with this
issue of the Oficial Gazette for general Agent:-George Alphon
information. Barrister-a -Law ar
information. ,
3Chambers,
33G/47 Cork Street and
Roseau,
Administrator's O.gice, )oninica, B
18th June ,1951.
THE following Statutory Rules and DOMINICA
Orders is circulated with and forms part Application for
of this GuzeThe Registration of
of this Gazette :-
Trade Marks Ordinance
No. 17 of 1951. The Prices Control
(Amendment) Order, 1951. S U
1186/42 Pt. II. Application is here
Registration in the
United Kingdom Trda
Application for Registration registered on the 8th
DOMINICA. and for the issue to us
The Registration of United Kingdom Registration in the Co
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946 for the said trade mark
Dated the 6th day of
GRANT'S W.F.
Agent for Lever Br
Application is hereby made for the Sunlight, Limit
registration, in the register, of the Uited To The Registrar of Tr
Kingdom Trade Mark No. B5423000 regis- DOMINICA
tered on the 15th day of June, 1933, and
for the issue to us of a Certificate of NOTIC
RegistratiOn in the Colony of Dominica Trad
for the said trade mark.
Dated the 26th day of February, 1951 31st
W. F. HARRISON LOVENS KEMISKE
Agent for William Grant & Sons Limited. KONGSIED of 19, Bi
To The Registrar of Trade Marks, hagen, Denmark, have
DOMINICA registration of one trad
of the following word

NOTICE. LE(
Trade Marks Office, in Class III, that is to sa
Dominica, parations.
26th May, 1951 The applicants clain
J. A. PATTREIOUFX (OVERSEAS been using the said track
LIMITED of 10, Smith Square, West- of the said goods for 4
minster, London, S. W., England 6th day of March, 1951
Tobacco Manufacturers, have applied for Any person may wil
the registration of one trade mark consist. from the date of the f
ing of the following device this advertisement in thi


'51'OR SERVI,,

... an...- 'u.

to say. Tobacco
or unmanufac-

1 that they have
ie mark in respect
1 years before the
1950
hin three months
first appearance of
the Dominica
twice. in duplicate,
fice, Dominica, of
ration of the said

T A. IOYD
If Trude .11arks.
sus James,
id Solicitor.

Bay Front.

W.I.


Registration
United Kingdom
S1946
N
y made for tht
Register, of the
Mark No. 680131
day of June, 1949,
of a Certificate of
lony of Dominica

March, 1951
HARRISON
others, Port
ed
ade Marks,


E
e Marks Office,
Dominica,
May. 1951
FABRIK VED A.
ronshojvej, Copen-
applied for the
ie mark consisting


)
y, Medicinal Pre-

n that they have
de mark in respect
2 years before the

thin three months
irst appearance of
e Dominica Official









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDA

Gazette give notice, in duplicate, at the
Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of opposi-
tion to the registration of the said Trade
Mark.
T. A liOYD
Registrar of Trade Marks
Agent:--W. F. Harrison.
Roseau.

Trade Marks Office,
Domini.ca,
:list May. 1951
LOVENS KENISKE F-\HKIX VED A.
RONGSTED of 19, Brenshejvej, Copen.
hagen, Denmark, have applied for the
registration of one trade mark consisting
of the following word

LEO CILLIN
in Class II1, that is to say. Medical Prepar-
ations
The applicants claim that they have
been using the said trade mark in respect
of the said goods for 42 years before the
6th lay of March, 1951.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the tirst appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica Offi(iae
Gazette give notice, in duplicate, at the
Trade Marks officee Dominica, of cpposi'
tion to the registration of trie said Trade
Mark.
T. A. BOYD,
Rleaistrar of Tiadef Maiks.
Agent: W. F. Harrson,
Roseau.
Dominica

NOTICE.
Trade Marks Office,
Dominica,
25th May, 1951
CONTINENTAL VOODS, INC. of 1500
Hudson Street, Hoboken, State of New
Jersey, United States of America, have
applied for the registration of one trade
mark consisting of the following word

CONTINENTAL

in Class xlii, that is to say, Foodstuffs
including soups and ingredients of soups
The applicants claim that they intend
to use the said trade mark in respect of
the said goods
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, Dominic-, of opposi-
tion to the registration of the said trade
mark.
T. A. BOYD
Registrar of Trade Marlks
Agent:-Clifton Alexander Herriot
Dupigny
Roseau,
Barrister-at-Law and Solicitor.


Y, JUNE 18, 1951. 123

FORM "A"
Application for Registration
DCMINICA.
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance. 1946

UNION
Application is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register, of the
United Kingdom Trade Mark No 424635
in Class 13 (Schedule II). registered on
the 29th day of April, 1922, and for the
issue to me of a Certificate of Registration
in the Colony of Dominica for the said
Trad e Mar(.
Bated the $th day of Feb 1941.
G. A JAMES
Agent
To the Retgistrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.

Alpplication for IRegistration.
DO MIN I(A.
The Reeistration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946.



BEST PROCURABLE






Application is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register, of the
United Kingdom Trade Mark No. 303083
registered on the 1.5th day of May, 1908,
and for the issue to us of a Cer ificate of
Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said trade mark
Dated the 26th day of February. 1951
W. F HARRISON
Ag'ent:-for William Grant & Sons Limited
T'o the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOM IMICA

DO V'NICA.
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946

PIGGADILLY
Application is hereby made for the Re-
gistration, in the Register, of the United
Kingdom Trade Mark No. 53r566 regis.
tration in the 16th day of December, 1932
and for the issue to us of a Certificate of
Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said trade mark.
Dated the 15th day of February, 1951
W. F. HARR13ON
Agent for Tangueray, Gordon & Co
Limited,
To the Registrar of Trade Marks.
DOMINICA










124

NOTI


OFFICIAL GAZE ITE, MONDAY JUNE 1

C E. Trade Marks
tion to the rej


Trade Marks Office.
Dominica,
9th June, 19&1I
HUNrER-WILSON DISTILLING CO.,
INC., of 405 Lexington Avenue, New
York, New York, United States of Ameri-
ca, have applied for the registration of
two trade marks consisting of the follow-
ing words and devices


in Class XLIII, that is to say, Alcoholic
Beverages, especially Whisky.
The applicants claim that they have
been using the said trade marks in respect
of the said goods for more than ten years
before the 19th day of December, 1950.
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


marks.


Office,:Drti ica, of opposi-
gistration of the said trade


k~bi -.u


DOMINICA.
Printed at the BULLETIN OFFICg. Rtseau,'jby G. A. JAMES-By Authority


T. A. BoYD
Registrar of Trade M,,rks,
Agent:-W. F..Harrison,
Roseau,
Dominica.
Britisn West In dies
Administrator's Office,
8th June, 1951.
His Majesty the KING has been graci-
ously pleased to approve the following
Birthday Hor.ours in respect of the Wind-
ward Islands:-
Officer of the Most Excellent Order
of the British Empire -
F. E. DEGAZON, St. Lucia
Member of the Most Excellent
Order of the British Empire -
W. R. BEI'TRND Grenada.
Colonial Police Medal
Retired Inspector L. Joseph-Grenada
Inspector Acting Assistant Superin.
tendent of Police l,. N. Alphonso-
St. Lucia.
Sergeant C W. Foster St. Lucia.
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD,
Acting Government secretary.
785/50

Administrator's Office,
18th June, 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 Ordin-
ance passed by the Legislative Council of
Dominica.
No. 22 of 1950. "An Ordinance to
amend the General Loan and Inscribed
Stock Ordinance, 1949."
1488/48


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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, 21st June, 1950, in the Administrator's Office.
Present:
His Excellency Sir R.D.H. ARUNDELL, K.C.M.G., O.B.E.,
Governor (Chairman),
His Honour E.P. ARROWSMITH, C.M.G.,
The Honourable C. A. HARNEY, Crown Attorney,
W. H. SWEETING, Financial Secretary,
C. A. H. DUPIGNY,
Mrs. ELMA NAPIER,
G. AUSTIN WINSTON,
T. M. BERTRAND,
C. J. L. DUPIGNY,
Absent :-
The Honourable ARTHUR PEMBERTON,
J. 0. AIRD,
S.H. D. SHILLINGFORD, C.B,E.
Confirmation of Minutes.
The minutes of the meeting held on Wednesday, 7th June,
1950, were read and confirmed.
Salisbury Scheme.
Mr. C.A.H. Dupigny expressed the fear that the implement-
ing of the Salisbury Scheme for the young boys would take some
time and asked that the sum of 200 be voted in the meanwhile
to enable young children to be placed in homes by the Social Wel-
fare Department.
His Excellency said that Mr. Dupigny's suggestion had been
tried out most successfully in Grenada and promised to obtain
figures and literature for members.
The Committee agreed to the expenditure of 100 for that
purpose during the next half year.
Pointe Michel Village Board.
Mr. Winston asked whether funds lodged by the Board had
been released for effecting repairs to the village road.
His Honour replied that the Public Works Department were
doing repairs to the Pointe Michel road but the question of the re-
lease of funds lodged by the Board was under consideration.







Jetty.
Mr. Winston asked whether the order for the crane had been
sent off.
His Honour informed members that the indent was being pre-
pared.
Mr. C.A.H. Dupigny said that he understood that the jetty
was entirely too narrow. It was felt that the width should be
that of both jetties. He had spoken to Mr. W. F. Harrison who
was also of that opinion.
His Honour told members that he had spoken to Mr. W. F.
Harrison and the Marine Superintendent of Messrs. Harrisons,
and thought they had been satisfied with the width, but he would
speak again to Mr. Harrison on the matter.
Opening of New House of Commons.
His Excellency informed members of the opening on Thurs-
day, October 26th, of the New House of Commons and an invita-
tion from the Speaker for one elected member from one of the
Legislative Councils to represent the Windward Islands at the
Ceremony.
His Excellency felt that elected members should choose their
representative and asked each member to select two names in or.
der of preference, one of which should be from one of the other
Windward Islands. The result, His Excellenmy said, should pro.
duce the name of a representative who would be acceptable to all
four Colonies.
Slips of paper which were passed to the elected members were
collected when completed and handed to His Excellency.
Parliamentary Association-New Zealand
His Excellency mentioned that the Parliamentary Association
of New Zealand had invited a representative from the Windward
Islands to attend the Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference
in New Zealand and it had been suggested that a member from
the St. Vincent Legislature, the second oldest constitution in the
Windwards, should be sent as the Windward Islands representa-
tive.
Election -- 1951.
His Honour informed members of the details and estimated
cost of the Election.
Members approved of the expenditure.
The question of the Literacy Test was discussed. Members
agreed to the removal of the Literacy Test.
Trade Commissioner Service and Regional
Economic Committee.
The question of representation on the Regional Economic
Committee was discussed.
His Excellency explained that the success of the Committee
would depend on a fairly large measure of official representation
and suggested that the principle be accepted, that in addition to
any unofficial advisers that may be required to attend any particu-






lar meeting, at least one official from each Colony should attend
each meeting in an advisory capacity.
The Committee agreed that it was necessary for an official to
attend.
The Committee were also in agreement with His Excellency's
suggestion that his Financial and Economic Adviser should be
appointed to the Committee either as a permanent member, or as
Adviser to the Windward delegations.
Fire Service.
His Honour informed members of the present position with
regard to the Fire Service. He said that the immediate things to
be done were the passing of the Loan Ordinance, the acquiring of
the site, and the ordering of the main equipment and appliances.
The Committee agreed that His Honour should go ahead with
the ordering of the main appliance.
His Honour mentioned that it would be necessary to employ
a man from Trinidad for two years to take charge.
Boiler at Goodwill.
Mr. Winston asked why the biler which had been received
for Goodwill had not been installed.
His Honour undertook to go into the matter.
Veterina-y Surgeon.
His Honour introduced Mr. H.V. Morris, the Veterinary Sur-
geon of the Windward Islands, who was called to the meeting.
Mr Morris said that he had toured a part of the island and
the general impression he had formed was that it was not suitable
for extensive stock-raising. The quality of the animals was
pretty poor. He felt, however, that the quality could be consi-
derably improved by upgrading of the present stock.
Mr. Morris said that he would like to see more Jerseys intro-
duced.
He was of the opinion that the number of cattle in the island
could be increased. He said there was scope for running cattle
under coconut plantations and estimated that the island could
maintain roughly 8 to 10,000 head of cattle.
He advocated planting more fodder grasses.
Mr. Morris told members that the pigs he had seen were do-
ing very well and seemed to be quite healthy. He recommended
planting of elephant grass as fodder for pigs.
Mr. Winston enquired abouc the Dairy Service.
Mr. Morris said that a few Dairy Establishments could be tried
and recommended the Jersey, Guernsey, or Holstein for that pur-
pose.
Mr. Dupigny said that he had heard sufficient theory and had
hoped that Mr. Morris would stay for some time in the island and
pat up a practical plan. He wanted to know the areas that could
raise cattle and whether there was sufficient pasturage. Mr.
Dupigny stated that the island could not remain any longer with-






out meat and a stage had been reached when Government must
take a hand in the matter.
His Excellency told members that Mr. Morris would return
as soon as the Livestock Officer was appointed and the two would
work out a Livestock Policy for the island.
Planting of Canes at Goodwill.
Members agreed that the planting of canes at Goodwill should
be curtailed and vegetables grown instead, in view of the food
situation.
His Honour thought that the Goodwill Management Committee
should go into the matter.
(Honourable Arthur Pemberton and H.D. Shillingford,C.B.E.,
came in and took their seats,)
Transfer of Electric Oil Plant to Portsmouth.
Mr. C.A.H. Dupigny said that he understood the Colonial De-
velopment Corporation would not require the present Electric
Plant and asked that negotiations be started immediately with
them for the transfer of the Plant to Portsmouth for the lighting
of that town.
Packing Shed.
Mr. Shillingford remarked that it was impossible for the Co-
lonial Development Corporation to put up the Packing Shed by
September and asked what the position was.
His Honour informed members that the Colonial Development
Corporation had agreed to repair the present plant so that there
would be no hiatus in working between our plant and the setting
up of the Colonial Development Corporation's plant.
Portsmouth Jetty.
Mr. Bertrand said that he understood that the Estimates had
been approved and asked when work was to be started on the
Portsmouth Jetty.
His Honour promised to go into the matter.
Indian River Bridge.
His Honour informed Mr. Bertrand, in connection with his en-
quiry at the last meeting, that the Director of Works was of the
opinion that the Indian River Bridge could stand the increased
loads provided the trucks went over slowly.
Members suggested that a dip in the road at the approaches
to the bridge should have the desired effect.
Roads.
Mr. Winston asked that the width of all new roads to be con-
structed should be made 12 feet wherever possible and in places
where it was not, clearings sufficiently wide to allow two vehicles
to pass should be made at suitable intervals.
Infirmary.
Mr. C.A.H. Dupigny asked what the position was with regard
to extensions at the Infirmary,
His Honour informed members that an application had gone
off to the Secretary of State and he expected a reply at any
moment.


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Colihaut Clinics.
His Honour read a letter from Dr. Robinson stating that he
had found the attendance so poor and the complaints so trivial at
Colihaut that he had decided a fortnightly visit was not necessary.
He said that the last clinic consisted of five children asking for
worm medicines.
Members were not satisfied with the explanation.
Mr. Shillingford asked for a comparison of attendances at the
Colihaut Clinic during the period that Doctors Steiger and Armour
were stationed at Portsmouth.
25th Anniversary Elected Representation
in Dominica.
His Honour informed members that the 7th of July would be
the 25th Anniversary of Elected Representation on the Dominica
Legislature.
Members agreed that a representative from each of the other
Colonies of the Windward Islands should be invited to attend a
commemorative meeting on that date.
Supplementary Votes.
The Committee approved of Supplementary Votes to meet ex-
penditure under the following heads:-
Hfad ib Ii'HI Amount
C)t of M iss Roik's passage frm I inir'a
to Antiguau--i Ha;lnraft Course $ 9.20
,Re!lief paymn'nts to ('lenment legi.ate 74.40
XXVI1I Treaiur.-y :. (ontingencies 14.29
XXVILL Treiasury 6. iscecllaneuUs 8.04
(C(o-,D)pe. natory savings quote(l)
XVI II police 24. Transport Alluowalnou
to ( )ticers :1339.00
(C iiipen-sat orny -avings quotedd)
Transport Allowance to Government Officers.
Mr. Shillingford asked what the position was with regard to
transport and subsistence allowance to Government Officers.
His Excellency told members that the Principal Auditor and
himself were trying to revise the transport and subsistence allow-
ances to Government Officers in the Windwards.
Police Motor Cycle for I ortsmouth.
Mr. Bertrand informed His Honour that the motor cycle for
the Police at Portsmouth was still in Roseau and asked His Hon-
our to go into the matter.
His Honour promised to do so.
Adjournment.
The Committee then adjourned, sine die.
D. K. BURTON.
C lerk of Council.
Confirmed this 19th day of July, 1950.
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
Administrator.








1951 PRICES CONTROL SRO 17 A 25




DOMINICA


STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 17 OF 1951.

ORDER
MADE BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY UNDER THE
AUTHORITY OF THE DEFENCE REGULATIONS (CON-
TINUATION) ORDER 1947 (S. R. 0 1947, No. 50).
[Gazetted 18th June 1951J
1. This Order may be cited as the
PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT) ORDER, 1951. Short title.
and shall be read as one with the Prices Control Order,
1947 (S. R. & O. 1947, No. 6) as amended, hereinafter
referred to as the principal Order.
2. -Part A of the First Schedule to the principal Amendment
Order as amended is hereby further amended by delet- of First
ing therefrom the item Matches. "Schedule
3. List C of the Second Schedule to the principal Amendment
Order as amended is hereby further amended by the of Scond
addition of the following :-
Wholesale Retail
Matches 12Y 15


Dated this 12th day of June, 1951.
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
Competent Authority.
1186/42 Pt. I1.


DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES,
By Authority.
IPrice ld.]




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