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Table of Contents
    Main
        Page 125
        Page 126
        Page 127
        Page 128
    Ordinance no. 11 of 1951: Road (Amendment) Ordinance, 1951
        Page A 1
        Page A 2
        Page A 3
    Ordinance no. 12 of 1951: Development Loan Ordinance, 1951
        Page B 1
        Page B 2
    Ordinance no. 13 of 1951: Banana (Leaf Spot Control) Ordinance, 1951
        Page C 1
        Page C 2
        Page C 3
        Page C 4
        Page C 5
        Page C 6
        Page C 7
        Page C 8
    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 18 of 1951: Agricultural Produce Exportation (Amendment No. 2) Rules, 1951
        Page D 1
        Page D 2
    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 19 of 1951: Crown Lands (Amendment) Regulations, 1951
        Page E 1
    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 20 of 1951: Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments Act, (Cap. 19)
        Page F 1
    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 21 of 1951: Stamps Order, 1951
        Page G 1
        Page G 2
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Domini ca.


Official


Gazette.


ptubtliietb bp Zl uttoritp


VOL. LXXIV ROSEAU, MONDAY,

Government Notices.

Administrator s OQfice,
!9th June li51.
The Administrator directs the publica-
tion for general information of th6 follow.
ing Cost of Living Index Figures in le-
spect of Dominica.
Statistics for 30th April, 1951
General Average Increases since 1939
(September).


461/51


All Items 2219
Food Only 209.7%

Administrator 's Office,
19th June. 1951.


His Excellency the Governor has been
pleased to give his assent to the undermen-
tioned Ordinances which have been passed
by the Legislative Council of this Colony-
No. 11 of 1951. An Ordinance further
to amend the Road Ordinance,'1951.
406/50
No. 12 of 1951. An Ordinance to make
provision for raising a loan for an amount
of one million nine hundred and twenty
thousand dollars for the purpose of fin-
ancing Development Schemes in the
Colony.
376/51.
No. 13 of 1951. An Ordinance for the
purpose of combating Cercospora Leaf
Spot -of Bananas.
467/51

Administrator's Offie,
23rd June, 1951.
THE following particulars relating to
appointments etc. in the public service
are published for general information:-



SG 7/1


JUNE 25, 1951.


No. 31


EUGENE. IfERNARD J., 2rd Class Clerk,
Public Works Department, vacation
leave from 6th June to 14th June,
1951 inclusive!
E. 486
DOWE, NEVILLE A Messenger Crown
Law Office. G S.O. Class III, vacation
leave from 11th June to 4th July,
1951 inclusive.
E 489
P[tEVOST. A. CALVIN. 2nd Class Warder,
H.M. Prison, vacation leave from 16th
June to 2nd July, 1951 inclusive.
E. 543
VIGILANT, Miss HONORIA, appointed Pro-
bationer Nurse, G. S. 0. Class IV'
Roseau Hospital, vice Miss GRACE F.
ROYER resigned.
1st March, 1951.
246/45
MOURILLON. Miss PHILOMEN, Nurse G S.O-
Class IV, Medical Department, ap-
pointed G.S.O. Class 111, Nurse Mid-
wife. Delaford


246/45


7th April, 1951.


FRAMPTON, Miss ALEX, appointed Proba-
tioner Nurse, G S.O. Class IV, Roseau
Hospital.


216/45


7th April, 1951.


GUISTE, Mrs. LUCINA, Nurse, appointed
G.S.O. Class III, Nurse Midwife, St.
Joseph.


246!45


1st April, 1951.


Administrator's Ofice,
25th June ,1951.
THE following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with and form part
of this Guzette: -










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1951.


No. 18 of 1951. Agricultural Produce
Exportation (Amendment No 2) Rales4
1951.
209/51.
No. 19 of 1951. The Crown Lands
(Amendment) Regulations, 1951.
450/51.
No. 20 of 1951. Reciprocal Enforcement
of Judgments Act, (Cap. 19).
561/51.
No. 21 of 1951. Stamps Older, 1951.
255/50.
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT,
'DOMINICA.
14h June, 1951.

METROPOLITAN VOCATIONAL
SCHOOL IN PUERTO RICO.

30 SCHOLARSHIPS IN VOCATIONAL,
STU DIES.
APPLICATIONS are invited for the award
of thirty Scholarships for the pursuance
of vocational studies in the Metropolitan
Vocational School in Puerto Rico.
The scholarships will be granted to ap-.
plicants from the British, French and
Netherlands territories ii the Caribbean.
These scholarships will entitle the holder
to free tuition at the Metropolitan Voca-
tional School and in addition carry a fin-
ancial grant of $1000.00 U.S. per annum.
Students will be expected to pay their
passages to and from Puerto Rico and all
expenses connected with obtaining U S.
Visas.
Applicants must be over sixteen years of
age; must present a high school diploma
or its equivalent; must have a working
knowledge of Spanish; should have some
experience in the subject they wish to
study; and be certified medically fit.
Applications should be sent directly to
the Secretary General of the Caribbean
Commission, giving full particulars of the
applicants education and training and
must be accompanied by a recommenda-
tion from the Education Officer, Headmas.
ter, or similar competent person who has
direct knowledge of the applicants qualifi-
cations, educational back ground and
ability to speak Spanish.
Copies of the Prospectus may be seen at
the Education Office.
VIC IOR A. A. ARCHER,
Ag. Education Offirer.

Application for Registration
DOMINICA.
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946

GRANT'S

Application is hereby made for the,
registration, in the register, of the Uited
Kingdom Trade Mark No. B5123000 regis-


tered on the 15th day of June, 1933, and
for the issue to us of a Certificate of
Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said trade mark.
Dat-d the 26th day of February, 1951
W. F. HARRISON
Agent for William Grant & Sons Limited.
To I'he Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA

NOTICE E.
Trade Marks Office,
Dominica.
26th May, 1951
J A P I'TRE.OUFX OVERSEASS
LI[I1TED of 10, Smith' Square, West-
mins er, London, 8. W., Eigland
T)b:acco \lanufactu,-ers, have applied for
t'*e registration of one trade mark consist-
in- of the following device


SENIOR SERVICE


in Class XLV, that is to say Tobacco
whether manufactured or unmaniifac-
tured.
The Applicants cliim that they have
been using the said trade mark in respect
of the said goods for 11 years before the
18th day of December, 1950
Any person may within three months
from tne date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Domninic;
Official Gazette give notice, in duplicate.
at th- Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of
opposition to the registration of the said
Trade Mark.
T A. liOYD
Registrar of Trade .ilatks.
Agent:-George Alpnonsus James,
Barrister-a -Law and Solicitor.
Chambers,
Cork Street and Bay Front.
Roseau,
Dominica, IS W.I.

DOMINICA
Application for Registration
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade lVMarks Ordinance, 1946
SUN
Application is hereby made for the
Registration in the Register, of the
United Kingdom Tr da Mark No. 680131
registered on the 8th day of June, 1949
and for the issue to us of a Certificate of
Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said trade mark.
Dated the 6th day of March, 1951
W. F. HARRISON
Agent for Lever Brothers, Port
Sunlight, Limited
To The Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA


t,41011 SERVCe
1~ ran)










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1951.


NOTICE
Trade Marks Office,
Domrinica,
31st May, 1951
LOVENS KEl'MISKE IVABRIK VED A.
KONGSIED of 19. Bronshnjvej, Copen.
hagen, Denmark, have applied for the
registrattion of one tra e mark consisting
of the following word

LEO
in Class III, that is to say, Medicinal "re-
parations.
The applicants c'aim that they have
been using the said trade mark in respect
of the said goods fir 42 years bdfre the
6th day of March, 1951.
A-y person may within thtee months
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica Official
Gazette give notice. i- duplicate, at the
Trade Marks fifice. D.iminici, of opposi-
tion to the registration of the said Trade
Ma k.
T. A lOYI)
Registrar of'l rade Maiks
A gte t: --W. F. arrison,
Rosi al.

Tradi Marks Office,
Domiieca.
:;ist May, 1151
LOVEN; KENISKE FAHlKIX VED A.
KONGSTED of 19, Brenshejvej. Copen-
hagen, Dennark have applied for the
registration of one trade mark consisting
of the following word

LEO ILLIN
in (lass III, that is to say. Medical Prepar-
ations
The applicants claim that they have
been using the said trade rmak in respect
of the said goods for 42 years before the
6th day of March, 1951.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica Officiae
Gazette give notice, in duplicate, at the
Trade Marks Office. Dominica, of (pposi-
tion to the registration of tne said Trade
Mark.
T. A. BOYD,
Registrar of Tade Marks.
Agent: W. F. Haritson,
Roseau,
Dominica

NOTICE E.
Trade Marks Office,
Dominica,
25th May, 1951
CONTINENTAL FOODS. INC. of 1500
Hudson Street, Hoboken, State of New
Jersey, United States of America, have
applied for the registration of oner trade
ark consisting of the following worv,


C CONTINENTAL

in Class xlii, that is to say, Foodstuffs,
including soups and ingredients of soups
The applicants clai.n that they intend
to use the said trade mark in respect of
the said goods
AnI person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
thi, advertisement in the Doiinica 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. 1BOYD
Rliei t -ir of Ti ,de MA,, ks
Agent: Clifton Alexander Herriot
Dupigny
Roseau,
Ba, rister-at-law and Solicitor.
FORM "'A"
A pp ication for Registration
DG il INICA
The Registration of United Kingdom
TiaLe Marks Ordina ce 1946

UNION
Application is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register, of the
United Kingdom Trade M ik,Ne 4246i35
in Class 13 (Schedule 111). registered oi
the 29th day of April, 1922, and for the
issue to me of a Certificate of Registration
in the Colony of Dominica for the stii
Trade Mar.
Dated the 8th day of Feb. 1941.
(. A JAMES
Agent.
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DO IINICA.
A) pl nation for Registration.
1)O V INI A.
The Reiistration of United Kingdomn
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1916.



BEST PROCURABLE


SoTHED a UAiiANTER



Application is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register, of the
United Kingd ,m Trade Mark No 303083
registered on the 15th day of May, 1908
and for the issue to us of a Cer ificate of
Registration in tie Colony of Dominica
for the said trade mark
Dated the 26th day of February, I951
W. F HARRISON
Agent: for William Grant & Sons Limited.
To the Regis'rar-:of Trade Marks,
DOMI MICA









128 AL GAZErTE, MONDAY JUNE 25, 1951.

DOMINICA.
The Registration; of ,United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946

PICGCA ILLY

Applieatiqin is hereby made for the Re-
gistration, inthe Register, of the United
Kingdom Trade Mark No. 586566 regis-
tration in the 16th day of December, 1932, c
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, 19l51
W. F. HARR1SON
Agent for Tangueray, Gordon & Co ,
Limited.
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA


NOTICE.


4 rj


Trade Marks Office.
Dominica,
9th June, 1951


'6 HUNrER-WILSON DISTILLING CO.,
INC., of 405 Lexington Avenue, New
SYork, New York, United States of Ameri-
ca, have applied for the registration of
Y two trade marks consisting of the follow-
ing words and devices


in Class XLIII. that is to say, Ale, holic
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
Trade Marks Office, Dominica. of opposi-
tion to the registration of the said trade'
marks.
1'. A. Boyi
Registrar of 7rade M.lrks,
Agent: W. F. Harrison,
Roseau,
Dominica.
British West Indies


DOMINicA.
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1951 ROAD (AMENDMENT) ORD 11 39






DOMINICA

ORDINANCE NO. 11 OF 1951

I assent
R. D. H. ARUNDELL,
Governor.
30th May, 1951.
AN ORDINANCE FURTHER TO AMEND THE ROAD
ORDINANCE, 1914.

(Gazetted 25th June, '1951.)

BE IT ENACTED by the governorr with the advice and
consent of the Legislative Council of Dominica as follows :-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
ROAD (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 1951
and shall be read as one with the Road Ordinance, 1914 as Short Title
amended (hereinafter referred to as the principal Ordinance).
2. Section one of the principal Ordinance as amended is here- 10 of 1 914
"rd 1 of 1928
by further amended by deleting the interpretation for "Road ord 9 of 1933
Amendment of
Authority and substituting the following section one of
"Road Authority" shall include the Director of Works principal Ord
or Colonial Engineer or any Road Engineer or Assistant
Engineer, or Government Officer in Charge of Roads.
3. Section two of the principal Ordinance as amended is
Repeal and re-
hereby repealed and in place thereof the following shall have placement of
section two of
effect -- principal Ord
2. The Roads of this Colony are henceforth divided
into three categories, and the main roads shall be sub-divided
into two grades comprising first grade roads and second-
ary roads respectively, namely :--
(a) Main Roads (1) Oiled Roads
(2) Secondary motor roads
(b) Byways (Rough Motor Roads)
(c) Tracks.












40 1951 ROAD (AMENDMENT) ORD 11





Provided that this section shall not apply to any road
or street which now is, or hereafter shall be, within the
boundaries of a town or village, where such village has a
"Village Board."
Deletion of sec- 4. Section six of the principal Ordinance is hereby deleted.
tion six of
principal Ord
Repealand re- 5. Section 15 of the principal Ordinance is hereby repealed,
sent on f iand the following substituted therefor--
prine Ord. 15. The maximum width to which a main road may lie
repaired and kept in repair shall be twenty-four feet, and a
byeway or track sixteen feet, exclusive of ditches, drains,
verges and footpaths

Amendment of 6. Subsection (1) (a) of section sixteen of the principal
secionri O]rd Ordinance is hereby amended by the addition at the end thereof
of the following -
..... ..... ; but materials ay be conveyed through
such land planted in canes, provisions, coffee,
cocoa, limes, spices or other cultivation of economic
value with the consent of the land owner, which con,
sent shall not he unreasonably withheld.
Provided that where growing crops are destroyed
by such c nveyance, compensation shall lie made to the
parties damnified, the amount of compensation to lbe
assessed in the manner prescribed by the regulations by
this Ordinance authorized to le made in that behalf.
Amendment of 7. Section seventeen of the principal Ordinance is hereby
Amendment of
section 17 of amended by the insertion of the words "its verges or footpaths or
prine Ord
in the drains or ditches between the words road and "a "'
occurring in the second line therein.
Amendment of 8. Section twenty-five of the principal Ordinance is hereby
rino ordf amended by the substitution of the words "Road Authority" for
the words 'Road Surveyor" occurring therein.
Amendment of 9. Sections thirty-one, thirty-three and thirty-four of the
sections 31. 33
and 34 of prin principal Ordinance are hereby respectively amended as follows :-
Ordinance
(a) by the substitution of the words one hundred
feet" for the words ten feet" occurring in the
second line therein;
(b) by the insertion of the words "verge, footpath,











ROAD (AMENDMENT)


drain or ditchh" between the words "road" and
"any occurring in the first line therein ; and
(c) by the deletion of the words within the distance
of six feet from the centre thereof occurring in
the second line therein, and the substitution of the
words verge, footpath, drain or ditch".

Passed by the Legislative Council this 27th day of March, 1951.

D. K. BURTON,
406/50 Clerk of the Legislafive Co mwil.




























DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Office. Roseau, by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES.
By Authority.
[Price 3d.)


ORD 11


1951











1951 DEVELOPMENT LOAN ORD 12





DOMINICA

ORDINANCE NO. 12 OF 1951.

A I assent
S R. D. H. ARUNDELL,
Governor.
6th June, 1951.
AN ORDINANCE TO MAKE PROVISION FOR RAIS-
ING A LOAN FOR AN AMOUNT OF ONE MIL-
LION NINE HUNDRED ANU TWENTY THOU-
SAND DOLLARS FOR THE PURPOSE OF
FINANCING DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES IN THE
COLONY.

(Gazetted 25th June, 1951 )

WHEREAS it is expedient to raise a loan of One
million nine hundred and twenty thousand dollars for
the purposes specified in the schedule hereto :
Be it therefore enacted by the Governor with the
advice and consent of the Legislative Council of Dom-
inica as follows :-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
DEVELOPMENT LOAN ORDINANCE, 1951. Short title.
2. The Governor is hereby authorised to issue Authority to
debentures or stock or both under the provisions of Governor to
" The General Loan and Dominica Stock Ordinance, borrow by
1949 ", to an amount sufficient to produce as nearly as sale of de-
bentures of
may be the sum of One million nine hundred and twenty Dominica
thousand dollars, and such further sum as may be stock.
necessary to defray the expenses of the issue.
3. (1) Any smrn raised to defray the expenses of Applicatio:
issue shall be applied only to that purpose. of Loan
(2) Save as aforesaid the money borrowed
under this Ordinance shall be appropriated and applied
to the purposes specified in the schedule to this Ordi-
nance :












DEVELOPMENT LOAN


Provided that the Governor may, with the
prior sanction of the Legislative Council and of the
Secretary of State for the Colonies, utilise any savings
in respect of the items numbered (1) to (7) in that
schedule to cover any excess of expenditure in respect
of any other or others of those items.
4. Contributions te sinking fund, as contemplated
Commence- by the provision of sections 14 and 28 of "The General
ment of Loan and Dominica Stock Ordinance, 1949", sha'l corn-
Contribu-
tion to sink- mence in respect of any debentures or st'.ck issued
ing fund. under the Ordinance not later than three years after the
date from which the interest on such debentures or
stock shall commence to run.
Repeal. 5. The Agricultural Credit (Loan) Ordinance,
urd No. 1950 is hereby repealed.
2/1950. Passed this 27th day of March, 1951.
D. K BURTON,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.
376/51.
SCHEDULE
(1) Land Developmeut & Agricultural Credit $ 144,000.00
(2) Roseau Jetty 321,600.00
(3) Goodwill Town Development, 177,600.00
(4) Roads 899,198.40
(5) Coconut Factory & Livestock 120,000.00
(6) Fire Station & Equipment 120,000.00
(7) Reserve 137,601.60
T( )TA 1 $1,20,000.00


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


ORD 12


1951











1951 BANANA (LEAF SPOT CONTROL) ORD 13 44





DO MINI CA
ORDINANCE NO. 13 OF 1951.
I assent
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
S- for Governor.
23rd June, 1951.
AN ORDINANCE FOR THE PURPOSE OF COM-
BATING CERCOSPORA LEAF SPOT OF BANANAS.
(Gazetted 25th June, 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
BANANA (LEAF SPOT CONTROL) ORDINANCE, Short title
1951.
2 For the purposes of this Ordinance- Interpretation
banana grower means any owner or tenant of
land who produces bananas thereon and any
attorney, agent or manager of such owner or
tenant;
"equipment means all appliances used for the
treatment of leaf spot ;
export means to take, or to cause to be taken,
out of the Colony of Dominica;
leaf spot means Cercospora musae ;
materials means all substances and prepara-
tions used for the treatment of leaf spot,
1. (1) TheBoard of Management of the Dcminica Bana- Funds of the
ria Association shall place at the disposal of the Board estab- Board.
lished under the provisions of section 4 of this Ordinance all
amounts of the cess which are appropriated for meeting the
cost of combating Leaf Spot Disease.
(2) The monies placed at the disposal of the Board
under the provisions of subsection (1) of this section shall be
paid out to the Board by the Board of Management of the
Dominica Banana Association in such sums as the Board from
time to time by writing may require.
(3) The Board may with the consent of the Governor
in Council borrow money for the carrying out of its purposes
and may charge all monies present and future placed at its
disposal under subsection (1) of this section, with the repay.
ment of the monies borrowed for such purposes.












45 1951 BANANA (LEAF SPOT CONTROL) ORD 13




The Board 4. (1) There shall be established a Board which shall
have control over all matters pertaining to Leaf Spot through-
out the Colony and shall be styled the Banana Leaf Spot Con-
trol Board (hereinafter referred to as the Board ").
(2) The Board shall consist of a Chairman to be ap-
pointed by the Governor and six other members to be simi-
larly appointed, three of whom shall be nominated by the
Dominica Banana Association
(3) The members of the Board shall hold office for
a period of one year, but each member shall be eligible for re-
appointment to the Board at the expiration of such period,
and similarly at the end of any subsequent year for which he
is re-appointed. Provided that all members of the Board
shall at all times hold office subject to the pleasure of the
Governor.
(4) Subject to subsection 2 of this section the Gov-
ernor, hy appointment, may fill any vacancy in the member,
ship of the Board caused by the death, removal, resignation,
illness, absence from the Colony or inability to act of any
member thereof, and may at any time appoint an acting mem-
ber to serve on the Board during the temporary absence or
incapacity of a member.
Provisions re- 5. (1) Three members of the Board, including the
latgto the Chairman (or the Acting Chairman), shall form a quorum,
(2) The members present shall, from among them.
selves, appoint an acting chairman at any meeting where the
Chairman is absent.
(3) The Board shall be deemed to be fully constituted
for the purposes of this Ordinance notwithstanding any
vacancy or vacancies among the members
(4) The Chairman shall have an original and a cast-
ing vote, and all matters and questions shall be decided by
the majority of the members present and voting.
(5) The Board may regulate its own procedure, in
respect of any matters not expressly provided for by this
Ordinance or any rules made thereunder.
Non-liability 6. No personal liability shall attach to any member of
of the Board the Board in respect of anything done or suffered to be done in
good faith under the provisions of this Ordinance.
officers of the 7. (1) It shall be lawful for the Board from time to
soard time to appoint such employees as may be necessary, and all
persons appointed by the Board shall hold office at the plea.











1951 BANANA (LEAF SPOT CONTROL) ORD 13 4





sure of the Board, and shall receive such remuneration as the
Board, may think fit. Such remuneration shall be paid from
the sums paid out to the Board by the Board of Management
of the Dominica Banana Association.
(2) The Chairman and members of the Board shall
be entitled to reimbursement of travelling expenses properly
incurred.
8 (1) Every application made to the Board by or on be-
half of any banana grower, in accordance with the provisions rlictionst
cf this Ordinance, for an issue of equipment and materials andmaterials.
shall be considered by the Board on its merits, and the Board
shall issue such equipment and materials as they think
desirable or necessary : Provided that any person who is ag-
grieved by a refusal of the Bgard to issue equipment or mate-
rials may within twenty-eight days of such refusal appeal in
writing to the Governor in Council.
(2) Every such application shall be made to the
Board i writing in the prescribed form. or a form as near
theireto .. iamy be
(.0) The Chairman, or any member of the Board (or
any pi s.i duly authorised by the Board) may at any time
enter upon any land or premises in respect of which an appli-
cation has been made under this section, for the purpose of
making an inspection or for any other purpose connected with
or arising out of any of the matters provided for by this Ordi-
nann .,.
9. (1) Every issue of equipment whether made pursuant
to an application under the immediately preceding section or Conditions of
otierwvis- under this Ordinance- loan.
(a) shall be made free, on loan, to the grower, and
the equipment shall remain the property of the
Board, and all materials shall be issued free of
cost to the grower, and shall remain the property
of the Board until they are used for the purposes
for which they were issued;
(b) shall be made subject to such terms and condi-
tions as the Boord thinks fit. and the Board may
require any grower to enter into an agreement
relating to any such issue.
(2) Without prejudice to the powers of the Board
to impose terms and conditions under sub-section 1 of this
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1951 BANANA (LEAF SPOT CONTROL) ORD 13


are issued under this Ordinance shall in respect of every such
issue, observe all the following conditions, and shall be respon-
sible for their observance by his attorney, agent, manager
and servants :-
(a) he shall be responsible for the care of the
equipment, and for maintaining it in efficient
and proper working condition, and for the
proper care of all unused materials issued to
him;
(b) he shall use the equipment and materials only
in the treatment of leaf spot; ,
(c) he shall use the equipment and materials in the
manner advised, and in accorda'Hce with the
directions given, by the Board and its officers
or agents;
(d) he shall use the equipment and materials and
permit them to be used only upon areas of land
approved by the Board and its officers or agents;
(e) he shall furnish such reportsasthe Board from
time to time may require, together, with
full information as to the use which is being
made of any equipment and materials issued to
him, and. as to' the effect of the treatment in
connection with which the 'equipment and
materials are uwed ;
(f) he shall at all times permit any officer or agent
of the Board, or any person authorized by the
Board, to enter upon his land and to inspect his
land and bananas and the equipment and
materials ;
(g) he shall forthwith notify the Board, in writing
if at any time he ceases to be in possession or
occupation of the land or any of it, in respect of
which any equipment or materials have been
issued by the Board;
(h) he shall forthwith notify the Board, in writing,
of the happening of any of the following events
in relation to land, or any part thereof, in res-
pect of which the equipment or materials were
issued-
(i) any sale, lease or sub-lease of the land ;
(ii) any change in, or matter affecting, his
interest in or title to the land.
(3) Without prejudice, and in addition to, the
powers of the Board to withdraw equipment and materials,


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1951 BANANA (LEAF SPOT CONTROL ORD 13


any person who contravenes or fails to comply with any of
the provisions of this section shall be- guilty of an offence
against this Ordinance.
(4) Notwithstanding anything in this section con-
tained the Board, in any case, may exempt any person from
compliance with any of the requirements of sub-section (2) of
this section
10. The Board shall have power to.decide in every case
the exLent apd duration of the treatment, the methods to be
employed and the type of equipment and kinds of materials
to be used. *
11. (1) The Board in any case where a banana grower


has -


Powers of
Board as to
treatment.

Power of Boalid
to withdraw


equipment.


(a) failed to use any equipment or materials issued
to him under this Ordinance for the purposes for
which such equipment and materials were
issued ; or.
(b) failed to use such equipment or materials in
accordance with the directions of the Board or
an 'of its officers or agents;
(c) done or omitted to do anything in breach of any
agreement, or of any term or condition upon
which such equipment add materials were
issued ;
(d) given, in the opinion of the Board, any other
good and sufficient cause;
may' withdraw any equipment or materials issued under this
Ordinance without the necessity for awaiting the taking of pro-
ceedings for an offence under this section, and for such pur-
pose may enter upon the land or premises of the grower.
(2) Any person who refuses, or without good excuse
fails, to return to the Board any such equipment or materials
upon demand made by the Board or any person authorised by
the Board, shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.
12. Without prejudice to any wider powers conferred Power toenter
upon the Board by the provisions of this Ordinance the Board
may at any time serve upon any banana grower a notice of
their intention to enter the land of such grower no less than
2 days from the date of such notice for the purpose of ascer-
taining whether it might be necessary for the Board to take
any of the measures provided under this Ordinance for the
combating of leaf spot disease.


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Compulsory is- 13 (1) Notwithstanding anything in this Ordinance
ment.of U' contained the Board in any case where chev deem it neces-
sary, may subject to the provisions of this section hereinafter
appearing require a banana grower (although no application
for assistance has been made under this Oirdinance by or on
behalf of such growe-) to accept from the Board an issue
of and to use in connection with his land and bananas, such
equipment and materials as the Board think fit, and may
give to such grower directions to be obeyed oy him as to
the use of the equipment and materials.
(2) Every compulsory issue under subsection (1) of
this section shall be made in ouch mainner as th. B >ard
think fit, but in every case, at least serv n days ( bfor, til"
issue is to be tendered the Board shall give notice in
writing of their intentions, to the grower to who n the
issue is to be made, (such notice to be served in tle man-
ner required by this Ordinance), and in every notice shall
call attention to the option provided u.:i.'r su'-sertiorn (3)
of this section and tha powers of the Board under sub-sic-
tion (4) of this section.
(3) In any case where a banana grover has bhen served
with a notice in accordance with the provisions of sub-sec-
tion (2) of this section he shall have the option of declaring
in writing to the Board within 7 days of the receipt of such
notice that he has abandoned the cultivation of the bananas
in respect of which such notice was issued and that he un-
dertakes to carry out the necessary measures to destroy
such bananas within such time and in su h manner as the
Board shall prescribe.
(4) Where a banana grower has been served with
a notice in accordance with the provisions of subaszti n (2)
of this section and thereafter, either (a) having exercised
the option under subsection (3) above fails to carry out his
undertaking to destroy the said bananas as aforesaid, or
(b) not having exercised the said option, refuses to accept
a compulsory issue of equipment and materials or commits
any of the acts or omissions which may under the provi-
tions of section 11 of this Ordinance, incur a withdrawal by
the Board of equipment or materials issued to the grower,
such banana grower shall be guilty of an offend i- dir
this Ordinance. in any such case the Board (and any ..th.:.-r
or agent of the Bo3ard) without the necessity for awaiting
the taking of proceedings for an offence under this section
may enter forthwith upon the land and premises of tie
grower and carry out the necessary measures to destroy












1951 BANANA (LEAF SPOT CONTROL) ORD 1 50





the said bananas and all the expenses in connection with
the destruction of such bananas shall be payable by and
may be recovered at the suit of the Board from the grower.
Provided that in case of hardship ihe Board may make
grants of such sums as the Board may think fit by way of
compensation to the growers whose bananas have been des-
troyed under the provisions of this subsection.
Accounts and
14. (1) The Board shall keep such accounts of receipts, audit
expenses and stores as may be prescribed by the Auditor of
the Windward Islands or some other suitable person ap-
pointed by the Governor for the purpose.
(2) The accounts relating to the transactions of the
Board shall fro'n time to time be audited by the Auditor of
the Windward Islands or some other suitable person a point-
ed by the Governor for thi purpose, who shall have recourse
to the books and accounts of the Board.
15. The Board shall prepare annually a report of its Annual Report
operations, which shall be submitted to the Governor and
laid on the table of the Legislative Council.
Returns
16. (1) Tue IBard at any time, may require any per-
son to make a return giving full and accurate particulars of
any matters relating to any of the purposes or provisions of
this Ordinance.
(2) Waere any person refuses, or without lawful
ex :ui neglets, t- mike any such return, or in any such re-
turn knowingly gives any false particulars or makes any
false statement, he shall be guilty of an offence against this
Ordinance.
17. Any person who in any way obstructs or impedes Obstruction
any authorized person in the exercise of any powers conferred
by any of the provisions of this Ordinance, shall be guilty of
an offence against this Ordinance.
18 (1) Every person who is found guilty of an offence Penalties
against this Ordinance or who fails to comply with any provi-
sion contained in this Ordnance, shall be liable on summary
conviction before a District Magistrinte to a penalty not
exceeding Two hun Ired and forty dollars, or in default of
payment thereof to imprison'.nnt for a term not exceeding
six months, and in the case of a continuing offence, to a
further fine not exceeding Nine dollars and sixty cents in res-
pect of each day on which the offense continues after convic-
tion.












1 1951 BANANA (LEAF SPOT CONTROL) ORD 13





Offences by (2) Where a company is found guilty of an offence
Companies against this Ordinance or fails to comply with any provision
contained in this Ordinance, every director, manager, agent
and officer of the company who is knowingly a party to, or
who aids or abets, such offence shall be guilty of the like
offence and shall be liable to the like penalty.
Rues 19. The Governor in Council, with the advice of the
Board, may make rules prescribing the forms, notices and
agreements to be used under the provisions of this Ordinance.
Exemption 20. (I) All materials, and all equipment and stores.
from Import required for the purposes of this Ordinance and imported
age dues or taken out of be nd by the Board, shall i e exempted from
the payment of Import Duty and Wharfage dues.
(2) In any case where a merchant or trader in the Colony
supplies to the Board any such goods-
(a) which were first imported into the Colony with-
in a period of two years prior to the date when
they are supplied to the Board ; and
(b) which, if they lad been imported by the Board,
would be exempted under this Ordinance from
the payment of Import Duty and Wharfage
dues;
the Board, shall be entitled to a drawback of any Import
Duty and Wharfage dues proved to have been paid on ihe
first importation of the goods
Service of 21. Any notice or other document required or autho-
Documents ised to be served under this Ordinance may be served-
(a) by delivering it to the person on whom it is
to be served or to the known agent of such
person ; or
(b) by sending it through the post in a registered
letter addressed to the last known place of
abode or office of the person to be served; or
(c) in the case of a company, by delivering it to
tho secretary or clerk of the company at its
registered or principal office, or by sending it
through the post in a registered letter to be
addressed to the secretary or clerk at sach
office.
Passed this 18th day of June, 1951.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Legislative Council
467/51
DOMINICA.
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1951 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE SRO 18 A 26
EXPORTATION




DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO 18 OF 1951.
THE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE EXPORTATION
(AMENDMENT NO 2) RULES, 1951
MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION
10 OF THE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE EXPORTATION
ORDINANCE, 1941.
(Gazetted 25th June, 1951)
1. These Rules may be cited as the Short title
AGRICULTURAL PROI UCE K XPORTATION
(AMENDMENT NO 2) RULES, 1951. 41. i os
2 19,7
and shall be read as one with the Agricultural Produce 1 0 a30 of 1948
6of 19:A
Exportation Rules 1942 (S. R. & O. 1942, No. 38) as 9:
amended hereinafter referred to as the principal Rules.
2. For the Second Schedule to the principal Rules Substitution of
Second Sche-
the following shall be substituted :- dule
SECOND SCHEDULE
O rinary Sunldays.. Bank At otIhe
P'ay Holidays ald time
between 9 p.m. per hour
and 5 a.m
Manager $ .92 $ 1.38 $ 1.15
Special Grade Clerk .87 1.31 1.09
Ist Class Clerk .64 .96 8
2mlnd .42 .6:3 5.5
rd Flat Rate ..52 .42
(lChief ( )ticer do. .52 .42
Otier Graded Officers
& Produce Inspectors do. .44 .40
Provided that except in the case of illness, or ex-
cept in the case of Sundays and Bank Holidays no over..
time pay shall be paid unless the officer concerned has
been on duty for forty-five hours during the week in
respect of which the overtime pay is charged.
3. These Rules shall come into operation on the 1st Com""neeme"t
day of January, 1951.










A 27 1951


AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE
EXPORTATION


Made by the Governor in Council this 31st day of
May, 1951.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Council.
209/51.


DOMINICAR
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SRO 18









1951 CROWN LANDS (AMENDMENT) SRO 19 A 28




DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 19 OF 1951.

THE CROWN LANDS (AMENDMENT) REGULA-
TIONS, 1951.
DATED THE 31st DAY OF MAY, 1951, AND MADE BY fHE
GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 5 (1) OF
"'IHE CROWN LANDS ORDINANCE, 1915 (No. 1
OF 1915").
(Gazetted 25th June, 1951)
1. These Regulations may be cited as the
CROWN LANDS (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, title
1951.
and shall be read as one with the Crown Lands Regula- s. R.-& o N.a
tions, 1933, hereinafter referred to as the principal Re. 6of1933.
gulations.
2. Regulations 4(1), 4(2), 4(4), 4(8), 5, 9(2), 11, Aendent ef
12(a) and Schedule 1 of the principal Regulations are 12, & Schedule
hereby amended by the deletion of the words Sur- Leiation"1
veyor General" wherever they shall appear and the
substitution therefore of the words Chief Forest Offi-
cer."
3. Regulations 4(3) and 4(7) of the principal Re- Amedent of
gulations are hereby amended by the addition of the 4(7) of prinei-
words or Chief Forest Officer immediately after the pl Roeulation
words Surveyor General occurring therein
Made by the Governor in Council this 31st day of
May, 1951,
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Council.
450/51.





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1951 RECIPROCAL ENFORCEMENT SRO 20 A 29
OF JUDGMENTS..ACT




DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 20 OF 1951

ORDER-IN-COUNCIL
MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 6
OF THE RECIPROCAL ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENTS
ACT (CAP. 19.)
(Gazetted 25th June, 1951.)
WHEREAS by the Reciprocal Enforcement of
Judgments Act, Cap. 19, it is provided that were the
Governor is satisfied that the reciprocal provisions have
been made by the Legislature of any part of His Mnjes-
ty's Dominions outside the United Kingdom for the en-
forcement within that part of Dominions of Judgments
obtained in the Supreme Court of this Colony, the Gov-
ernor may by Order-in.Council declare that the said
Act shall extend to Judgments obtained in a Superior
Court in that part of His Majesty's Dominions in the
like manner as it extends to Judgments obtained in a
Superior Court in the United Kingdom and on any such
Order being made, the said Act shall extend accord-
ingly ;
AND WHEREAS the Governor is satisfied that
such reciprocal provisions have been made by the Legis-
lature of that part of His Majesty's Dominions herein-
after mentioned ;
NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor in Council
DOTH ORDER that the Reciprocal Enforcement of
Judgments Act, Cap. 19, shall extend to Judgments
obtained in a Superior Court of the Colony of
SINGAPORE.
Made by the Governor in Council this 31st day of
May, 1951.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Council.
561/51,
DOMINICA.
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1951 STAMPS ORDER SRO 21 A 30




DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 21 OF 1951.

STAMP ORDER 1951
DATED THE 31st DAY OF MAY, 1951 MADE BY THE G-V-
ERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 5 OF
THE STAMP ACT, (CAP. 135).
(Gazetted 25th June, 1951)
ORDER-IN-COUNCIL
1. This Order may be cited as the Short title.
STAMPS ORDER. 1951.
2. In this Order the term "stamp" means adhe- Definition,
sive stamp for postage and revenue.
3. There shall be used in the Colony of Dominica stamps
uniform stamps of the values and colours specified in the
first schedule hereto and of the designs specified in the
second schedule hereto.
4. (1) The several dies and other implements re- Dies.
quired to give effect hereto shall be provided.
(2) The several dies and [other : implements
hitherto provided in respect of stamps heretofore autho-
rised but not specified in the first or second schedules
hereto shall be destroyed.
5. The Stamps (Dominica) Order 1938 (L. I. S. R. Repeal
& 0. 1938, No. 22) and all orders made prior to the com-
ing into operation of this Order authorising the issue
of adhesive stamps are hereby rescinded.
6. This Order shall come into operation on the 2nd Commencement
day of July, 1951.
Made by the Governor in Council this 31st day of
May, 1951.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Council.
255/50.










A 31 1951 STAMPS ORDER SRO 21




FIRST SCHEDULE.
Adhesive Stamps as follows :--
cent brown photogravure
1 ,, vignette black border orange
2 cents vignette brown border green
3 ,, vignette green border purple
4 ,, vignette light brown border sepia
5 ,, vignette black border red
6 ,, vignette olive border light brown
8 vignette green border blue
12 ,, vignette black border light green
14 ,. vignette blue border purple
24 ,, vignette purple border red
48 ,, vignette green border orange
60 ,. vignette red border black
$1.20 vignette light green border black
$2.40 vignette orange border black
SECOND SCHEDULE
The design of the stamps shall be as follows :
Value J cent featuring a portrait of His Majesty the King
1 ,, ,, Drying Cocoa
2 cents ,, Carib Baskets
3 ,, a Lime Plantation
4 ,, ,, Picking Oranges
5 ,, ,, Bananas
6 ,, the Botanical Gardens
8 ,, ,, Drying Vanilla Beans
12 ,, ,, the Fresh Water Lake
14 ,, ,, the Layou River
24 ,, ,, the Boiling Lako
48 ,, ,, a Lime Plantation
60 ,, ,, Carib Baskets
$1 20 ,, the Fresh Water Lake
$2.40 ,, Picking Oranges






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