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Dominica.


Official


VOL. LXXIV


Gazette.


Oubli!5 eb bAp aCut ori .

ROSEAU, MONDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1951.


Government Notices.

Adminnistrator's O'ice,
2nd October, 1U51.
IT is notified for general information
that the Recretary 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 theuniermentioned Ordin-
ances passed by the Legislative Council of
Dominica.
No. 6 of 1951 "An Ordinance to
extend the Criminal Jurisdiction of Magis.
trates.
1098/50
No 7 of 1951. "An Ordinance to amend
the Abolition of Corporal Punishment
Ordinance, 1941.
g 63/39
Administrator's office ,
9th October,1951.
PRESS RELEASE
PAYMENTS AGREEVIENT WITI
JAPAN
"A sterling Payments Agreement be-
tween the United Kingdom and Japan. to
replace the former Overall Sterling Pay-
ments Agreement of 31sr. May, 1948,
between the United Kingdom and the
S.C.A.P., was signed in Tokyo on the 31st
August, 1951.
Prolonged but cordial negotiations have
been going on during recent months
The intention of the New Agreement is to
create a more normal payments relation-
ship between Japan and the sterling area,
and thus pave the way for relaxation of
payments restrictions which have hitherto
hampered development of a fuller ex-
change of goods and services. The Agree-
men.t comes into force immediately and

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No. 50


runs for 12 month subject to renewal or
extension by mutual consent.
The parties recognize the desirability of
keeping Japan's sterling balances within
reasonable limits and wil consult together
to ensure a.satisfactory operation of the
Agreement in thisand all its other aspects.
Japan will have opportunities to make
and receive payments in sterling to and
from countries outside the sterling area,
under the system of administrative trans-
ferabidity".

Administrator's Ofice.
12th October. 1951.
THE following particulars relating to
appointments etc. in the public service
are published for general information:-
A.LFRwP. MARINICE, District Nurse Mid-
wife Castle Bruce, G.S.O. Class 111
Medical Department, vacation leave
frcm 5th to 29th October, 1951, inclu-
sive.
E. 235
COOPER, St. GEORGE C., appointed Agri.
cultural Superintendent, Dominica.
12th September, 1951.
C.851
DELSOL. C R., appointed Draftsman
Public Works Department on one
year's probation.
1st May, 1951.
759/47
EMANUEL, MILFORD, G.SO. Class lit,
Postman, Rosalie-Roseau District
vacation leave from 12th October to
5th November, 1951, inclusive.
E 301
JOHN. MARIA. G S.O. Class IV, Medical
Department, vacation leave from :1th
to 29th October, 1951, inclusive.
E. 451









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1951.


LAWRENCE, JOHN, appointed Excise Officer
G.S.O. Class II, Customs Department.
1st June, 1951.
607/51
LAROCQUE HELEN VICTORIA, G.S 0. Class
II, Nurse, Medical Department.
vacation leave from 13th October to
7th November, 1951, inclusive
E. 330
MC INTYRE, YOLANDA. Clerical Assistant
Supply Office, vacation leave from
12th October to 14th November, 1951,
inclusive.
E. 702
ROBERTS, Mrs. LEOPOLD, 3rd Class Clerk.
Agricultural Department, vacation
leave from 8th to 23rd October, 1951,
inclusive, and leave without pay from
24th October to 24th December, 1951,
inclusive.
E 713
RICHARDS, W. C., First Class Warder,
H.M Prison, vacation leave from 1;:il
October to 7th November, 1951, inclu-
sive.
E. 390
WILLIAMS, C. CECELIA, G S.O. Class 111.
Nurse, Medical Department, vacation
leave from 13th October to 6th
November, 1951, inclusive.
E. 392
WILLIAM, PHILLIP, District Postman,
Marigot- Rosalie, vacation leave from
10th October to 2nd November, 1951,
inclusive.
E. 335

Administrator's Office.
22nd October, 1951.
THE following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with and form part
of this Guzette:-
No. 44 of 1951. Citrus fruit and other
fruit Regulations, 1951.
1089'49
No. 45 of 1951. A Proclamation.
1279/51.

Administrator's Offle,
22nd October, 1951.
THE Minutes of a Meeting of the
Finance Committee held on Wednesday,
25th July, 1951, is published with this
issue of the Official Gazette for general
information.
336/47.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE.
20th October, 1951.
PRESS RELEASE
VISIT OF TREASURY AND COLONIAL
OFFICE TEAM
IT is announced for general information
that Mr. R. L. SHARP of His Majesty's
Treasury, Mr. R. BUMSTEAD of the
West Indian Department, Colonial Office
and Mr. W.G. HULLAND of the Finance


Department. Colonial Office are now
touring the West Indies and British Hon-
duras. They will visit all the Windward
Islands during the next few weeks for
official discussions on financial matters.

TRAFFIC NOTICE,
With reference to Part I Section 2 of
the Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance
No 21 of 1949 it is hereby notified for
general information that, until further
notice in the Official Gazette, the hours of
sunset and sunrise shall be respectively
5.30 p.m and 5 45 a.m.
In accordance with the above-mentioned
Ordinance vehicles will therefore bear
lights between the hours of 6 p.m. and
5.30 a -n
R. de la C. OZANNE
Traffic Comumisioter.

NOTICE
Te nde r s.
Adi.n ristrator's Otfice.
1st October 1951.
TENDERS are invited for the milking of
uniforms for Government Officers fur the
year commencing on the 1st January, 1952,
and term;'ating the :lst December, 1952,
as follows: -
(a; In Khaki for the N C O's
(b) In Khaki drill for all Graded Sub-
ordinate Officers and any other Govern-
ment Oticers to whom uniforms are issued
(c) In Khaki, serge and drill for Excise
Officers.
(a) In blue serge and cotton duc, for
Treasury boatmen.
(e) In Kbaki drill for the Keeper of
the Prison and prison Warders.
(f) In blue serge and white duck for
the N G Os and men of the Police Force.
2. Tenders should be in sealed envel-
opes and should be marked "Tenders for
making of Uniforms" and should be
addressed:-
The Chairrran,
The Tenders Board.
The Treasury,
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p.m. on the 30th November 1951
3. The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31
By Order,
L. ACH1LLE PINARD,
Government Secretary.

NOTICE
Tenders.
Administratoi 's Office,
1st October, 1951.
TENDERS are invited for the perform-
ance of Government Printing for one year
from 1st January, !952.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1951.


The conditions of the contract can be
seen on application at the Treasury.
Tenders should be in sealed envelopes
and should be addressed: -
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury, not later
than 2 p.m. on the 30th November, 1952.
The Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender and wi-l
reserve the right to have such printing as
is considered necessary done at the Gov-
ernment Printing Office, Grenada, or
through the Crown Agents 'for the Colonies.
1485/31
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINAR).
Government S:crettiry.

NOT'IC( E
Tender s.
Adim:nst,'t .,'s Ofiice
ist October, 1951.
TNDERPS for supplies to ALL GOVERN-
MENT DEPARTMENTS IN PORTSMO;ITH are
invited for twelve months commencing on
the Ist January 1952 and ending on the
:-1st December, 1952.
2 The conditions of ihe contracts with
schedules of all supplies required may be
obtained at the Administrator's Office
The attention of parties tendering is in-
vited to these conditions.
3. Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tenders for sup-
plies for Government Departments (Ports
mouth)," and should be addressea:-
Thle Chairman,
The Tendtrs Board,
The Treasury.
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p. m. on the 30th November, 195i.
4. Samples of groceries and textile
materials, the supplie- of which are tend-
ered for, should be submitted with tend-
ers and should be marked with the name
of the persons terd-ring.
5. The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD.

GovernmenTt Secretary
NOTICE
Tenders.
Administrator's Office
1st October, 1951.
TENDERS are invited for the transport
of Public Officers travelling on duty by
motor car, when such Government trans-
port is not available, for journeys within
Roseau and from Roseau to any place
outside of Roseau and vice versa for the


year commencing 1st January 1952, and
terminating the 31st December, 1952.
All tenders should be marked "Tenders
for transport of Public Officers by motor
-car" and should be addressed to the
Chairman of the Tenders Board, The
Treasury. Roseau. and should specify the
rate tendered in respect of the fillow.ieg
journeys:-
Shillings P-ence
Within Roseau
Roseau to Bellevue
S Caaefield
." Castle Comfort
Clark Hall
Copt Hail
Corona
Everton
S Geneva
Goodwill
Grand Bay
'" H Hil.lsborough
." King's Hill
L'Imprevue
." Loubiere
ilahaut
:" Massacre
S Morne Bruce
Mount Joy
S Observation Station
S..Pointe M.ichel
.. Ridgefield
S ."' S t. Joseph
.' Shawford
~g Corner
.. Springfield
y lvania
." Watton Wav-e
." Wireless Station
." .' .(.Aorne Daniel.)
a-ntdi vie versa. The prices tendered
-should include the double journey though
tenders should state what reduction, if
any, they are prepared to make if the car
is occupied one way only.
Rate per mile for journeys not specified:
also stating reduction if any., in the event
of the car being occupied one way only.
IJetentr.on. No charge for detention
.should be made for the first hour but
subsequent hours may be tendered for at
so much per hour or portion thereof.
renders should reach the Tenders Board
not later than 2 p.m. on the 30th Novem-
ber, 1951.
The Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender,
1485/31
By Orde ,
L. ACHILLE PINARD,
Government Secreta y

NOTICE
Tenders.
Administruto,'s Office
1st October, 1951
TENDERS are invited for the perform-
an.'e of a monthly Round the Island Ser-









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1951.


vice by motor vessel for the purpose of
conveying passengers and freight from
and to the Windward Coast Villages of
this Colony for a period of one year from
the 1st January, 1952.
2. Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tenders for
Round the Island Service" should be ad-
dressed:-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p.m. on the 30th November, 1951
3. The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD
Government Secretai y
1485,31
NOTICE
enderss.
Administrator's Office.
1st October, 1951.
TENDERS are invited for the perform-
ance of a Coastal Service between Rose u
and Portsmouth and vice versa three times
a week by motor launch for a period of
one year and for the following services:
Monday leave Portsmouth 9. 30 a.ni
arrive Ro-eau 12.30 p.tn
leave Roseau 3 p m.
arrive Portsmouth 6 p.m.
Wednesday leave Portsmouth 7 a tm.
arrive Roseau 10 a.m.
leave Roseau 1 p m.
arrive Portsmouth 4 p.m.
Thursday leave Portsmouth 1 p.m
arrive Roseau 4 p.m
Saturday leave Portsmouth 7 a.m.
S arrive Roseau 10 a m.
leave Roseau 1 p.m
arrive Portsmouth 4 p in
or for such services as may be arranged
with the concurrence of the Administrator
2. A deduction of five shillings an hour
or part of an hour will be made from the
subsidy in the event of failure to keep to
the service agreed to. unless it can te
shown to the satisfaction of the Admiri:-
trator that the delay was caused by bad
weather, or by accident outsi ie the control
of the Contractors.
3. The length, beam, depth and draft
of any launch it is proposed to employ on
such service must be stipulated together
with the carrying capacity and speed. No
launch of less than the following dimen.
sions will be considered:-
30ft in length, beam of 7ft6ins, depth of
4ft., draft 2ft 6ins, speed 8 knots an hour
and capable of carrying 25 persons.
4. The Administrator reserves the
right to reduce the subsidy in the event
of the Contractors being compelled to
perform the service with a smaller launch
or launches than that or those agreed to.


5. All Government Officers in the ser.
vices of the Colony, Members of the Exe-
cutive and Legislative Councils travelling
on duty, prisoners in custody of .the
Dominica Police Force and their baggage
and His Majesty's mails shall be carried
free of charge on any launch employed on
these services.
6. The lowest or any tender need not
necessarily be accepted
7. Sealed tenders addressed:-
Tenders Coastal Service,
Financial Secretary,
Treasury,
Roseau.
should be sent so as to reach the Treasury
not later than the 30th November. 1951.
Tenders received after that date will not
be considered. i
1485/3!
By Order.
L. ACHILLE I INAND,
(;ov'ei inite t secret t t -y.

NOTICE
Ten d rs
/Adomi, ustr-'tl '.* Office,
1st October, 1951
TENDERS are invited for the perform-
ance of a Motor Omnibus Mail and Pass-
enger Service between the lown of Port1-
mouth and the village of Marigot for the
year 1952
Sealed Tendeis which should be marked
"Tenders for Motor Omnibus Service"
and addressed: -
The chairmann .
Ihe Tenders Hoard,
The Treasury,
Roseau.
must reach the Treasury not later than
2 p.m. on the 30th November, 1951.
The conditions of the contract car be
seen on application at the Treasury
The Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31
Hy Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD
Government Sec etauy,
NOTICE
Tender s,
Administrator's Office,
1st October, 1951.
TENDERS for supplies to all GOVERNMENT
DEPARTMENTS IN ROSEAU are invited for
twelve months commencing on the 1st
January, 1952 and ending 31st December
2. The conditions of the contracts with
schedules of all supplies requi ed may be
obtained at the Administrator's Office.
The attention of parties tendering is invit-
ed to these conditions
3. Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tenders for sup-
plies for Leper Home," should be address.
ed:









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1951.


The Chairman,
The Tenders Board.
The Treasury
Roseau.
rand should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p m. on the 30th November, '1951.
4. Samples of groceries and textile
,materials, the supplies of which ave ten-
'tered for, should be submitted with ten-
,ders and should be marked with the name
*of the person tending.
5. The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or-any tender.
1485/31
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD.
Gove nment Secretary





NOTICE E
T.e n d e r i.
Admin is'trato 's Office.
1st October 195i1
TP~ENERS fur supplies to aH Government
iDepartments at Marigot are invited for
twelve months 'commencing on the 1st
January, 1952 andending the 31st Decem-
'ber, 1952.
2 The conditions of the contracts with
,schedules of ak supplies required may be
-obtained at the Admiristrator's Office.
The attention of parties tendering is'invit-
-ed to these conditions.
3. Tenders which should be in sealed
'envelopes and marked ''Tenders for sup-
.plies for Government Departments (Mvari.
tgot)," should be dressed:-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roeeau.
'and should reach the Treasury not'later
'than 2-p.m. on 30th November. 1951.
4. Samples of groceries and textile
-materials, the supplies of which are ten
tered for, should be submitted with tenders
-and should be marked with the name of
the person tendering.
5. The Government does not bind itself
-to accept the lowest tender.
1485/31
By Order.
L. ACHILLE PINARD,
*Government Secretary


NOTICE
Tenders.
Administrator's Ofice.
1st October. 1951.
TENDERS for-supplies to all Government
Departments at Grandbay are invited'for
-twelve months commencing on the Isr
Jarmary. 1952 and ending the 31st Decem-
bor, 1952.
2 The condition of the 'Contraets with
schedules of all supplies required may be
obtained at the Administrator's Office
The attention of the parties tendering is
invited toehese conditions.
3 Tenders which should te-in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tenders for sup-
plies for Government Departments'(Grand
bay4" should be addressed:-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau
and .should reach the Treasury 'not later
than 2 p.m. on the 30th November, 1951.
4. Samples -of groceries and textile
materials, the supplies of which are ten-
-tered for should be marked with the name
of the person:tendering.
5. The Government does not-bind itself
to accept the lowest or any Aender.
1485/31
By Order,
'L ACHILLE PINARD,
.Gover,,nent Secreta:ry,

NOTICE
T.e n d e r-s.
Admirristrator's Office,
st-October, 1951.
TENDEaS are hereby invited for the
-conveyance of cement, furniture and other
articles for the Government from Roseau
to Portsmouth and vice versa for a period
of one year from 1st January. 1952 to 31st
December, 1952.-
Tenders should be -in sealed envelopes
and marked "Tenders for conveyance of
Cement and other articles," and should be
-submitted not later than '2 p m. on the
30th !November, 1951, and should be ad-
-dressed 4o:-
The Chairman,
T'e Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau.
The Government-does not bind itself to
;accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31
By Order.
L. ACHILLE PINARD,
-Government Secretary.








220 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1951.

SALE OF PROPERTIES FOR THE RECOVERY OF TAXES

PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
DOMINICA,
9th October, 1951
TAKE NOTICE that the following properties will be sold by Public
Auction on the day and at the place hereinafter mentioned.


Properties.


Sub-Trea-
sury
Portsmouth


1 lot, 1 house, Bay Street
1 house, Bay Street
1 lot, Halifax Street
1 lot 1 house. 1 outhouse,
Harbour Lane.
1 house, 1 outhouse,
Hillsborough Street
1 house. 2 out houses,
Hillsborough Street
1 lot, I house, Bay Street
1 lot. Harbour Lane
I house, .,
1 house, 3 out houses,
Rodney Street
1 lot, 1 house, Bay Street
1 lot, Hillsborough Street
1 lot, Upper Lane
1 house, Douglas Street
1 house, Bay Street
do
do
1 lot, Harbour Lane
do
1 outhouse. Rodney Street
1 lot, Pembroke Street
1 lot, 1 house, Bay Street
1 lot, Bay Street
1 house, Pembroke Street
1 outhouse. Rodney Street
1 lot. 1 house, 1 outhouse,
Rollo Street
1 lot, 1 house, 3 out houses,
Harbour Lane
1 lot, 1 house, 1 out house,
Harbour Lane
1 lot, Melville Street
1 house, Middle Lane
1 house, Pembroke Street
1 out house, Lagoon
1 house. Pembroke Street
1 outhouse, Queensbro St.
1 house, Rollo Street
1 house, Scott Street
1 lot, 1 house, Bay Street
1 house
1 lot, Holland Street
1 house, Pembroke Street
1 lot, house, Pembroke St.
1 lot, Pembroke Street
1 house, Hillsboro. Street
1 outhouse, Harbour Lane
1 outhouse, Holland Street
1 lot, Harbour Lane
1 lot, Bay Street
1 house, 1 lot. 1 outhouse,
Scott Street
1 outhouse, Upper Lane
1 lot, Harbour Lane


P e of Date ot Reason why Sold
sale Sale


Thursday
1.t Nov.
1951
at 10 a.m.


For default in payment
of Land & House Tax
1949 by:-

Dulcia Andre
Dulcia Andr6
Rebecca Anthony

Heirs of Alexis

Edwards Andrew

A. L. Andre
C L. Andre
Evannah Ambrose
Edwin A. Alexis

Anton Andrew
A. L. Andre
J. Cecile Ardr6
Rose Andrew
Japheth Anthony
Germaine Angustine
A. L. Andr4
Foster Benjamin
Mrs Moise Rellony
Hudson Benjamin
Margareta Buntin
Stephen Benjamin
L. Bellony
F. A. Benjamin
Evelina Hannis
Irene Benjamin

Sylvanie Bethelmy

Gilbert Charles
James C.r lie
Ann Charles
Rosa Charles
Enarl Carnoville
Eva Carette
Prince Codrington.
Nirus Charbonier
Eulalie Caines
Weymouth Celestine
Josephine David
Theresa Delbon
Mrs. Delvin
Heirs of C. Dubois
Horsford Dubique

Ayoub Did
Rupert Dinard
R. B. Douglas
William Dubois
Magloir- Etienne
Albert Figaro

Sinna Fadelle
St Hilaire Francis
Richard Ferole









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY OCTOBER 22, 1951.


Properties


1 lot, 1 house, I outhouse
Bay Street
M t. Eolus
1 lt, Harbour Lane
1 lot, Lagoon
1 lot, Sandwich Street
1 house, Sandwich Street
1 outhouse, Harbour Lane
1 house, Douglas. Street
1 lot, I outhouse, Hillsboro St
1 lot, I house,Pembroke St
I lot, Middle Lane
1 lot. Scott Street
1 lot, 1 house. Pembroke St.
1 hou-e, Pembroke Street
1 hcus3, Hodney Street
.1 house, Biy Street
1 lot, i house, Bay Street
do
I lot, 2 hous-s. 1 outhouse
Harbour Lane
1 bouse. Pemhruke Street
1 lot, Pembroke Street
do
1 lot, 2 -houses Rodney St
1 house, 1 outhouse,
Egmont Street
1 lot, Harbour i nne
1 lot Grandby Street
1 lot Bay Street
1 outhouse, Lageon
1 outhouse. Bedford Street
1 lot. Harbour Lane
1 house, Halifax Street
1 house, 1 outnouse
Holland Street
1 house, Lagoon
1 lot 2 houses, 1 outhouse
Bay Street.
1 lot Bay Street.
i lot, 1 house, Harbour Lane
1 lot Harbour Lane
I lot, Rodney St
1 lot, Bay St.
1 lot. I house Bedford St.
1 house. Bedford St
1 lot, 3 house, 1 outhouse,
Barbour Lane.
1 lot, Bay St.
1 house, Rodney Street.
1 nouse, 1 outhouse,,
Upper Lane
1 house, Bay Street
1 lot, 1 house, Bay St.
1 lot, 1 house Bay St.
I lot, 1 house, 1 outhouse,
Bay Street.
1 house, Egmont St.
1 lot, 1 house Grandby St.
1 lot, 2 houses Holland St.
1 house, 1 outhouse,
Rodney Street.
1 house, Bay St.
I lot, Rodney St.
1 lot, 1 house, 1 outhouse
Pembroke St.
1 outhouse, Bay St.
1 house, H.illsbro St.


Place oft
Sale |

Sub-Trea.-
sory
Portsmout



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Date o Reason why Sold

Thursday For default in payment
1st Nov. of Land & House Tax
1951 1949 by:-
at 10 a.m.

,, obert Gari away
R. F. Garraway
,, R. A. Garraway
R. A.
Steady Gillan
,, A Garraway
,, isellis Gabriel
Adelaide Hamilton
Alphrnsia Hyacinth
J. B. Hector
Thomas G. Hodge
Earl Hector
Enid Hvpoiite
Josephine Israel
Amy Knight
Patrick Jules
,, brone Joseoh
-,, Cyrilla Joseph

Cecil Joseph
,, S ranieJohnville
,, Edest Jean Jacques
S Maiy Joseph
Musgrave Jno. Baptiste


Breezie Joseph
do
Louisa Joseph
W. Joseph
Philomen Jean Jacques
Crawford Joseph
Arthur Jo ies
Melanie Joseph

Stephan Joseph
Ernestine Joserph

F. A Leslie
Ever:ine Lewis
Alice Laville
lex nde- LaRocque
Jno. Baptiste Lawrence
Eva & im. aafond
Eva Lardlow
Mabel Lawrence

Everlina Leroy
Everlina Leroy
Brunette Lawrence

Charles Lee
Emeline.Mulon
R. S. Mitciel
Z. E. Magloire

R. S. Mitchel
Era Ma, celle
Olivia Matthew
Mrs. R. S. Mitchel

Ason Magloire
Z, E. Magloire
Virginia Magloire

Dorcass Montrose
Eliza Magloire
John Magloire








222 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1951.


Properties


1 outhouse, Upper Lane
1 outhouse, Bay St.
2 outhouse, Bay St
1 house, Holland St.
1 lot. Bay St.
1 house. 1 outhouse,
Harbour Lane
1 house, Bay St.
1 outhouse Harbour Lane
1 lot, Bedford St.
1 lot, 1 house. 1 outhouse
Bay St.
1 house Bay St.
1 lot, 1 house, Bedford St.
1 lot, Bedford St.
2 houses, Harbour Lane
1 house, 1 outhouse
Rodney St.
1 lot, 1 house, 2 outhouses
Rodney St.
1 lot, Upper Lane
1 lot, Bay St.
1 house, Lagoon
1 house, 1 outhouse
Egmont St.
I outhouse, Pembroke St.
1 outhouse. Bedford St.
1 h'use, Grandby Street
1 lot 2 houses 1 outhouse,
Pembroke St.
1 lot, Bay St.
1 lot, Harbour Lane.
1 lot, 1 house, Harbour Lane
1 lot 1 house 3 outhouses
Sandwich St.
1 house, Lagoon
1 lot 1 house 1 outhouse
,, Grandby St.
1 house 1 outhouse Lagoon
1 house, Scott St.
1 lot 2 houses 1 outhouse
Harbour Lane
1 house, Lagoon
I house, Rodney St.
1 house' Rollo St.
1 lot. Egmont St.
1 house, Pembroke St.
1 house, Harbour Lane
1 house. Bay St.
1 lot I house, Bay St.
1 lot 1 house, Bay St.
1 lot 1 house, Pembroke St.
1 lot, Rollo St.
1 lot, Scott St.
1 lot, Bay St.
1 lot, Upper Lane
1 house, Harbour Lane
1 lot, Harbour Lane
1 house, Rodney St.
1 outhouse Rollo St.


Paoce of
Sale


Sub-Trea-
sury
Portsmouth
S,.

i ,


S,

,,


Dat" of
Sale
Thursday
1st Nov.
1951
at 10 a.m.
,


Reason why Sold

For default in payment
of Land & Honse Tax
1949 by:-

Civilia Matthew
Josephine Magloire
Eldica Magloire
Mrs. R. S. Mitchel
Z. E. Magloire

Joseph Nelson
Cyrille Nelson
do
George Noel

Est. J. A. Peter
Alma Patrick
J. F. Phipos
Heywood Powell
C. A Paul


,, Philomen Peter

,, Eleanora Peter
,, Main Pierre
Emilta Peter
Francis Paul

Stanley Parillcn
H. A. Powpll
Rachel Phil!ip
,,, E Peter

S Lucia Quetelle
,, Octavia Quetelle
,, Leonard Quetelle
Charles Rolle

Mary Richard
Margarette Silcott

,, uear Loaf Estate
,, Margarett Silcott
,, Simeon Simon

Agnes Toule
Simon Toussaint.
Henry Toussaint
Richard Thomas
,, lonie Toussaint
Frmencia Victor
Thomas Viret
J. V. Wallace
M. A. Wayland
Vaines Wallace
Virginia Wayland
,, Jeremiah Wayland
,, Lodrick Wallace
Rosabel Wallace
,, Lance Wayland
Friendly Wallace
,, Joseph William
,, do
Floretta Watty


The above Sale will commence at 10 o'clock in the forenoon and will be
subject to the conditions contained in the "Collection of Taxes Act. 1888."
T.A. BOYD.
Provcst Marshal.


I









'OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1951.


APPENDIX *B.
ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL
SURPLUS AND DEFICIT ACCOUNT
1949
General Revenue Balance at beginning of year .... (dr) $ 236125 (Deficit)
Add
Revenue for year .... 'dr) $'`89t7 96 t
$:5983 71


Deduct
Expevdit-are for yea< .... (dr) .$8303 025
General Revenue Balance alt end of year ... (dr) $ 4616.54,
ASSETS AN) LIABILITIES
at 31. 12. 49.
LIABILITIES ASSETS
Loans from Cash with Financial Secretary $
Financial Secretary $7200.00 Advances to Staff


$7200.00


(Deficit')


2355.66
150.80


Suspense 47.00
General Revenue Balance (Deficit) 4646.54
$7200,00
(Sgd.) R. M. GREEN.
Town Clerl.


ROSEAIU TOWN COUNCIL
ACTUAL REVENUE
1949
M u r.-'.l. .i Tax
Land & House Tax
Sliaugh;er House & Market
Water Rate etc.
Sewerage Rate
Dog Licences
Baker's Licences
Porter's & Watermen's Licences
Mliik Vender's Licences
F'in es
Land Rent
Miscellaneous Receipts
Dance Licences
Motor Vehicle & Bicycle Lice nces
Windsor Park Receipts
Refund Burial Country Paupers
Total
Certified Correct.

Miscellaneous Receipts include advance of $2,880 receive
Government. Actual total revenue was therefore $28,967,96.

ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL
ACTUAL EXPENDIl URE


1949
Head 1. Pensions.
Thomas Daly
Arthur Buzzell
William Murphy
Compassionate Allowances
2. Administration
Town Clerk
Asst. Town Clerk
Milk Analyst
Stenographer
Other Changes
Election Expenses
Office Expenses
Transport Expenses
Rent of Telephone
3. Sanitation.
Sanitary Inspectors


$ 54.72
63.26
246 96
109.92

1927.20
1094.40
67.20
57.60


41.14
48 52
31 68


APPENDIX C




.19769.68
1481.31
2852.04
1174 00,
214.80
84.00
1.92.00
35.40
292 52
97.20
3130.27
i39.20
2034.00
273 58
127.96
$31847 96
R M. GREEN
Town Clerk
id from the Centra

APPENDIX D








$ 475.56


8267.74


2401.80









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1951


Town Constables
Other Charges
Scavenging of Town
Upkeep of Mules
Car ts & Harness
Brooms & Brushes
Public Latrines
Disinfectants
Pipes for Laitrines
4. Streets
Town Overseer
Maintenance of Streets
Lighting .
5. Water & Sewage Works.
Foreman Water Works.
Watchman Reservoir
Other Chargcs
Upkeep Water Works

Head 6. Markets & Slaughter House.
Market Clerk
Other Charges
Scavenging of Markets
Upkeep of Markets
7. Fire Brigade.
Superintendent Fire Brigade
Firemen
Other Charges
Upkeep Fire Brigade
Purchase of Hose.
" 8. Printing & Stationeyv
,9, Uniform for. Cpontables
S10. Rent of School Garden
" 11. Scholarships
"12. Burial of Paupers
" 13. M'ce Public Cemetery
"14. Tools & Equipment
" 15. Repairs to Buildipgs /
"16 Grants:-


" 17.
" 18.
" 19,
" 20.


499.20

4964.83
1065.82
527.98
616.58
276.08
1oa.&8


826.8s
1831.50
2079.48


592.80
416.16

720.41


10165.48



4737.78


1729.37
Total $20375.93


$ 624.00

160.06
202.83

268.80
3284 84

572.55


-I~ -


Dominica Infirmaly \27 ';' i
Infant Welfare Clinic
Convent Primary Sch )ol
Sacred Heart School
Pottersville School
Poor Dinner
Windsor Park
Contingencies
Refunds
Upkeep Bicycle
Excavating sidewalk in Jewel Street
Storm Damage
Purchase of Mule
Total
Certified Correct
R, M. GREEN
Town Clerk.


986 89


4126.19

291. 9
322.24
80.00
333 87
707.72
60.22
883 74
284 82

780.00

252 00

24.00


731 78
39 49
8.40
49 50
153.82
37.68
100 00
$30630.25


DO M INICA.
Printed at the BULLETIN OFFICE, Roseau, by G. A. JAMES-By Authority


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1951 CITRUS FRUIT AND OTHER FRUIT SRO 44


DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 44 OF 1951-
CITRUS FRUIT AND OTHER FRUIT REGULA-
TIONS, 1I51.
MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION
8 OF THE CITRUS FRUIT AND OTHER FRUIT ORDINANCE,
1951, (ORD. NO: 17 OF 1951.)

(Gazetted 22nd October, 1951)
1. These Regulations may be cited as the
CITRUS FRUIT AND OTHER FRUIT REGULA- o t.
Short title.
TIONS, 1951.
2. (1) Citrus fruit intended for export shall, at no
time during gathering, come into contact with the of fruit
ground nor be exposed to sun nor rain nor stored with
any surface moisture thereon but shall be placed
directly into picking bags or boxes or heaped on proper-
ly padded surfaces, such padding to be sufficient and to
be of such a nature as to prevent injury to the fruit.
Provided that no such fruitshall be placed into
picking bags or boxes or heaped on padded surfaces ex-
cept they have been properly stem out with approved
clippers.
Provided further that in order to meet the
requirements of any particular trade or of any special
demand, the Officer in Charge of the Packing Shed or
his duly authorised representative may permit citrus
fruit to be prepared for export in any manner to meet
such requirements or demand.
3 (a) Any exporter of citrus fruit intending to Notice of
pack such fruit for export shall give reasonable notice in intention to
writing of such intention to the Officer in Charge of the pack for
Packing Shed or his duly authorised representative, export.
subject to any change in movement of ships or trans-
port difficulties.


A 72









A 73 1951 CITRUS FRUIT AND OTHER FRUIT SRO 44




(b) On receipt of such notice, the Officer in Charge
of the Packing Shed or his duly authorised representa-
tive shall after consultation with the exporter, appoint
to such exporter an hour and date approximately, when
such fruit can be received, provided that in the event
of the occurrence of unforeseen circumstances, the
Officer in Charge of the Packing Shed or his duly autho-
rised representative shall co-operate and do all in his
power to assist with the delivery arrangements.
offtetion 4. (1) Citrus fruit intended for export as fresh
fruit being conveyed in vehicles shall be placed in
boxes having smooth inside surfaces or properly padded
baskets of rigid construction which shall not be mere
than thirteen inches deep and shall be so packed within
the vehicle as to prevent injury to the fruit.
(2) No person shall:-
(a) stand, sit or lie upon citrus fruit ort
upon boxes containing such fruit ; or
(b) place any article upon the fruit or upon
such boxes; or
(c) transport or carry any person or
article upon boxes containing such fi uit.
Produce 5. (1) Citrus fruit intended for export shall, prior
subject to
inspection to being packed, be inspected and approved by the
Officer in Charge of the Packing Shed or his duly autho-
rised representative. Such inspection shall include
examination of containers and supervision of the pack-
ing of such fruit. No citrus fruit shall be packed for
export save after such inspection and approval.
(2) If the Officer in Charge of the Packing
Shed or his duly authorised representative is satisfied
that such citrus fruit is fit for export after the packing
is complete, he shall issue a Certificate to that effect in
form A in the Schedule hereto.
frujetedb 6. Rejected citrus fruit not removed within three
removed. (3) days of verbal or written notice from the Officer in
Charge of the Packing Shed or his duly authorised










1951 CITRUS FRUIT AND OTHER FRUIT SRO 44 A 74




representative will be forfeited and destroyed or other-
wise disposed of.
7. .\o person shall pack or attempt to pack for Rejected
fruit not to
export or ship or attempt to ship any citrus fruit be packed,
unless -
(a) such citrus fruit has been certified fit for
export as provided for in REIgulation 5
hereof :
(b) such citrus fruit has not been rejected
by the Manager of the Packing Shed
or his duly authorised representative. Tampering
8. No person shall tam).er with any container or the with cintain-
contents thereof when cnce such container shall have els.
been sealed after inspection by the Officer in Charge of
the Packing Shed or his <'uly authorised representative
and certified fit for export.
9. The Financial Secretary shall refuse to permit Financial
the exportation of any citrus fruit unless he is satisfied Secretary
that -- any refuse
that exportation.
(a) such citrus fruit has been inspected and
approved as provided for in Regulation 5
hereof;
(b) no citrus fruit certified as provided for in
the said Regulation has been tampered
with after such certification.
10. The Officer in Charge of the Packing Shed or Packing
his duly authorised representative shall keep the pre- Shed to be
mises in a clean, uncongested and sanitary condition clean.
and shall see that all the machinery and equipment are
kept in good condition free from sharp or rough
surfaces likely to cause damage to the fruit.
11. All citrus fruit packed at the Packing Shed Grading of
shall be graded for quality according to ,standards Fruit
defined as follows:--
(a) "Fancy" shall consist of fruit of the same
variety, fully coloured and of a similar
shape, and shall be firm and approximately
not more than 5% marked,









A 75 1951 CITRUS FRUIT AND OTHER FRUIT SRO 44




(b) "Choice" shall consist of fruit fully
colou red and of similar shape and shall be
firm and approximately not more than 15%
marked.
(c) Standard shall consist only of fruits
which whilst conforming to the general
requirements are not up to the specifica-
tions of Fancy '' or "Choice "
(d) "Orchard Run shall consist of an assort-
ed collection of fruit of the above grades
which, for some reason, cannot be sueci-
ficaily graded..
Fees and 12. A1 feek afid chnrtges in cnni(-cri,,i tWith the
charges. preparation and packing for export of cit-us fruit shall
be paid to the Officer in Charge of the Packing Shed or
his duly authorised representative for t e use of his
employers.
13. Any exporter of citrus fruit :eglecting to
pay within one month of the receipt of his account
the fees and charges for grading and packing, the
Officer in Charge of the Packing Shed or his duly
authorised representative may refuse to pack any citrus
fruit for such exporter until such charges shall have
been paid but no longer.
Manager to 14. The Officer in Charge of the Packing Shed or
use reason- his duly authorized representative shall exercise and
able care. caused to be exercised the utmost diligen e and reason-
able care in the handling and preparation for export of
citrus fruit.
15. A copy of these regulations shall be posted up
in a conspicuous place In the Facking Shed and copies
thereof shall be available for all growers and export-
ers of citrus.
Made by the Governor in Council this 17th day of
October, 1951.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Council.
1089/49










1951 CITRUS FRUIT AND OTHER FRUIT SRO 44


SCH DULE.
FORM A.

(RULE 5)
Certificate of Inspection.

Name of Number and Iden- Description of Grade
exporter tification Mark on citrus fruit, if any.
container.


I certify that I have inspected the citrus fruit specified here-
in and that in my opinion it is fit for export.


Date ......


(Sgd.)........ ........ .. ............
Officer in Charge Packing Shed.


DOMINICA!
Printed at thp Bulletin Office, Roseau, by G. ALPHONSUS IJAbMs,
By Authority.
[Price Ud.l


A 76








1951 BANK HOLIDAY SRO 45 A 77




DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 45 OF 1951
BANK HOLIDAY

PROCLAMATION APPOINTING SATURDAY THE THIRD
DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1951, TO BE A BANK HOLIDAY.
(Gazetted 22nd October, 1951.)
BY THE GOVERNOR,
A PROCLAMATION.
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
Administrator.
WHEREAS under the provisions of the Bank
Holidays Act, (Cap 114) it is enacted th it the Governor
may from time to time with the advice of th3 Executive
Council issue a Proclamation appointing a special day to
be reserved as a Bank Holiday ;
AND WHEREAS it is desirable that Saturday, the
Third day of November, 1951, should be observed as a
Bank Holiday in the Colony ;
NOW, THEREFORE, Ido hereby, by and with the
advice of the Executive Council of the Colony of Domin-
ica and in the exercise of the powers conferred on me by
the Act aforesaid and of all other powers and authorities
me thereunto enabling, appoint Saturday. the third day
of November, 1 51, as a special day to be reserved and
kept as a Bank Holiday throughout the Colony, and I do
by this Proclamation command all His Majesty's loving
subjects in the Colony to order themselves accordingly.
GIVEN at the Government House, Dominica this
20th day of October, 1.51, and in the fifteenth
year of His Majesty's Reign.
GOD SAVE THE KING.
1279/51.
DOMINICA
Printed at the Bulletin Office. Roseau, by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES
By Authority.
IPrice Id.)








DOMINICA.

Minutes of Meeting of Finance

Committee.

AT a meeting of the Finance Committee held at 11.30 a.m. on
Wednesday, the 25th July, 1951, in the Administrator's Office.
Present:
His Honour E.P. ARROWSMITH, C.M.G., Administrator,
(Chairman),
The Honourable C. A. HARNEY, Crown Attorney,
,, W. H. SWEETING, Financial Secretary,
S C. A. H. DUPIGNY,
,, ARTHUR PEMBERTON,
,, Mrs. ELMA NAPIER,
T. M. BERTRAND,
,, J. 0. AIRD,
,, H. D. SHILLINGFORD, C.B E.
Absent:-
The Honourable G. AUSTIN WINSTON,
,, C. J. L. DUPIGNY,
Confirmation of Minutes.
The minutes of the meeting held on the 4th July, 1951, were
read and confirmed.
Fond Haut Road.
The Honourable H.D. Shillingford called the attention of His
Honour to the continued unsatisfactory condition of the Fond Hunt
Road and commented on the delay in starting to work on it.
In support of this, he handed His Honour a letter written to
himself by a truck driver, complaining of the ruinous treatment
to which his new tyres were subjected as a result of this very
condition.
Final Squatter Control Scheme.
His Honour read out the details of a scheme submitted by a
committee appointed to review progress made in implementing the
iterim Squatter Scheme and to make specific recommendations for
the final scheme together with estimated costs.
His Honour observed that as local funds were not available to
finance such a scheme which was estimated to cost over 65,000,
he sought the approval of the Committee to submit an appropriate
application to Colonial Development and Welfare for the required
amount based on the covering report which he had just read,







Members discussed the scheme and Mr. Burra, the Assistant
Conservator of Forests, who was invited to attend the meeting,
answered the various questions put to him in the courseef the dis-
cussion. The Committee approved the application proposed, and
Mr. Burra withdrew.
Increased Contribution to Commonwealth
Agricultural Bureaux.
The Committee approved of the request emanating from the
Secretary of State (Circular Despatch of 1st June-Commonwealth
Agricultural Bureaux) for increased financial provisions required
to maintain the work of the Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux
Organisation during the five years 1952/53 to 1956/57.
Visit of H.M.S. "Snipe"-10th-llth May, 1951.
The Committee approved of expenditure incurred in entertain-
ing the crew of H.M.S. Snipe during her visit here from the u1th
to l1th May, 1951, under the following:
Head Sub-Head i Amount.
E. 16 Miscellaneous Entertainment of $13.72
H. M.S. "Snmpe".
Supplementary Votes.
The Committee approved of Supplementary Votes to meet ex-
penditure under the following heads:-
Head Sub-HI ad Amount
XV Medical 76. X-Ray expenses $180.00
X Electricity &
Refrigeration 2. Running expenses $716. 83
Adjournment.
The Committee then adjourned, sine die.
W. O. SEVERIN,
Clerk of Council.
Confirmed this 8th day of August, 1951.
E. P. ARROWSMITH.
Administrator.




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