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Dominica.


Official


Gazette.


V: ub i Ms b b l u 1 t) o r i r p

VOL. LXXV ROSEAU, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1952. No. 12.


Government Notices.


SNo. 37
APPuINTMENTS.

ALCENDOR, Miss EDITH, Telephone Opera-
tor G S 0 Class ill, appointed Tele.
phone Operator G.S 0. Class II.
1st January 1951.
DUVERNEY, Mrs. Zoe, Telephone Operator
G.S 0. Class I appointed Telephone
Operator Chief Petty Officer
1st January, 1951.
GALLION, CUTHBERT. appointed G S.O.
Class 111, messenger, Crown Law
Office, on two years probation.
1st December. 1951
865/51
HENDERSON Mrs. M. appointed Telephone
Operator G.S.O Class IIl.
15th November 1951
1315/47
MUSGRAVE, Miss J Telephone 01 erator
G.S 0 Class III, appointed Telephone
Operator G.S.O Class 11.
1st January, 1951.
PASCAL, Miss L Telephone Operator
G S.O. Class 11, appointed Telephone
Operator G.S.O. Class 1
1st January, 1951
PHILLIP, CYRJL, appointed G.S.O Class
III, messenger, Supply Office, on two
years probation.
1st December, 1951
476/51
PIERRE, Miss I., Telephone Operator
G.S.O. Class III. appointed Telephone
Operator G.S.O. Class II.
1st October, 1951.



a7


ROYER Mrs RUTH. Telephone Operator
(;.S.O. Class II, ap.)oined Telephone
Operator G.S 0. Class 1.
1st January, 1951
WEEKES M iss IVY. Telephone Uperator
(G.S 0 Class Il[, appointed Telephone
Operator G.S.O. Class II.
1st January, 1931.
11th February, 1a5!

N,). 38.
The following Statutory Rulps and
Orders are circulated with and form
part of this Gazette.
No. 7 of 19,.2 Bank Holiday
No 8 of 1952. Carnival Order in Council
l8th February, 1932

No 39
His Honour the Acting Administrator
direcis the publication for general infor-
mation of the following telegrams: -
Ti" Act, un Administrutor
'o
The ,Secrebtry of State for the Colonies.
6th February, 1952.
"The people of Dominica respectfully
tender to Her Majesty an assurance of
their loyalty to He- Majesty's lTrone and
Person and request that an expression of
profound and respectful sympathy be con-
veyed to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth,
Queen Mary and other members of Lhe
Royal Family.
ACTING ADMINISTRATOR."


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1952.


Governor of the Windward Islands
7o
The Secretary of State for the Colonies.
6th February, 1952
"It was with the Most Profound Sorrow
that I learned of the death of Our Heloved
King George the sixth. On behalf of the
Peoples and Governments ,f Grenada, St
Vincent, St. Lucia and Dominica and their
Dependencies I request that you will con-
vey to Her Majesty the Queen, to her
Mother Queen Elizabeth, to Queen Mary
and to all Members of the Royal l'amily
this expression of our deepest sympathy
and devoted loyalty to the Crown.
GOVERNOR WINDWARD ISLANDS '

His Lord.hip the Bii;hop oJ Roseau
To
His Excellency the Governor of the
Windwa.d Islands
12th February 1952
"The B:shop of Roseau in his own namp
and on behalf of the Diocese of Roseau
humbly offers to the Royal Family his
Christian condolence in the much lament-
ed passing away of our b-loved King
George Sixth. He also wishes to convey
to Her Gracious Majesty Queen Elizabeth
Second the homage of their loyalty togeth-
er witn a prayerful wish for a long reign
of happiness, reace and prosperity."

The Secretary of State for the Colonies.
13th February, 1952.
The following messages are being ad-
dressed by Her Majesty to (a) The
Royal Navy--BEGINS:
On my Accession to the Throne I wish
to send a message of gratitude to tne
Royal Navy and all my other Naval
Forces for the distinguished services
which they rendered during the Reign
of My Beloved Father. He received his
early training in the Royal Navy and
maintained throughout his life a close
personal interest in the ships and men
of the Naval Services As the wife of ti
Serving Officer I too have a specially in-
timate link with the Royal Navy. I
have seen both at Home and Overseas
how its great traditions tested and
proved in two world wars are constantly
maintained by all who served under the
white ensign. I shall endeavour to
keep in touch with the activities and
welfare of all ranks and ratings of my
Naval Forces throughout the Common-
wealth. Grateful for their services in
the past, proud of their present efficien-
cy and confident that they will uphold
their high standards I send to them all
this expression of the trust which I and
my peoples throughout the Common-
wealth repose in them. ELIZABETH R.
ENDS. "


(b) The Army BEGINS:
I wish on succeeding to the Throne to
address a message to all ranks of my
Armies thanking them for the notable
services which they rendered to my
beloved father during his reign and
assuring them of my confidence in their
loyalty and e~fi:deicVy. Mv oxvn service
in the auxiliary territorial service arnd
my personal association with individual
regiments of British and Commonwealth
Forces have given me some experience
of the varied and onerous tasks which
they are called upon to discharge.
Devotion to duty a good humoured
acceptance of hardship when necessary
and an undefeatable endurance in ad-
versity are characteristics of the Military
Forces whichh have brougnt us victory in
War and security in peace. I know that
I can rely upon them to respond to any
call upon their allegiance with the same
competence and enthusiasm with which
they served my father. I shall always
take a close personal interest ii all thit
conoearns their w lfar- and e.liie'icy.
ELIZ.BETH R EN )S "
(c) To the Royal Air Force BEGINS:
" On my Accession to the F hrone I wish
to assure my Air Forces at Home and
Overseas of my gratin ie f)r their ser-
vices to my hel ive, father and of my
confidence in their loyalty and effi.ienc'v.
My father won his Wis's as a youl'g
man and watched i witi pride the rapid
development of th'e Royal Air Force
and its sister forces throughout the
Commonwealth. I was glad to be able
to present his Colour to the Royal Air
Force in the United Kingdom last year
and I value highly my own association
with the Royal auxiliary Air Fo'ce
In a short time the Air F)res of the
Commonwealth by their skill and
courage have earned a reputation and
established traditions of which they
may well be proud. Their heroic
exploits in the Second World War
will never be forgotten. Now in
far flung stations over the world they
play a constant and always hazardous
part in protecting the security of our
territories and communications. I as-
sure them of my personal solicitude for
their welfare and I trust that they will
continue to display that priae of service
and unswerving allegiance to the Crown
which they have ever shown. ELIZABETH
R. ENDS."
(d) Colonial Service BEGINS :
"I desire on my Accession to the Throne
to express to all members of the Colo-
nial Service my warm appreciation of
the ability and devotion with which in
the past they have performed their
manifold and responsible duties. The
splendid traditions of the service are









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 1952


well known to me and are rightly a
source of pride to its members I know
that I can depend with confidence on
their unfailing loyalty and on their con-
tinued and steadfast devotion to the
well being of the peoples whom they
serve." Elizabeth R. ENDS.
13th February. 1952
"lain commanded by theQue-n to c nvey
to you. the Government ond people of
Grenada. St.Vincent. St. Lucia and Domn.
inicaand their Dependencies Her Majes3
ty's grateful thanks for your message of
sympathy to herself and members of the
Royal Family on death of His Late Ma-
jesty King George the Sixth."
14th February, 1952
1 am commanded by the Queen to ask
you to convey to members of Dominica
Executive Council an expression of Her
Majesty's grateful thanks for their Reso-
lution of sympathy to herself and the
Royal Family on the death of His Late
Majesty King George the Sixth."
14th February, 19.'2
"I am commanded by the Queen to ask
you to convey to President and Member,
of ti e Legislative Council of Dominica
an expression of Her Majesty's grate-
ful thanks for their Resolution of sym-
pathy to herself and the Royal Family
on the death of His Late Majesty King
George the Sixth "
18th February, 1952.
124/52.



No. 40
His Honour the Acting Administrator
directs the publication, for general inform-
ation of the following addresses and
r',s lutions : -
Address passed by Executive Coun-
cil of Dominica on the 6th Feb-
ruary, 1952
THIS Council respectfully desires to
convey to Her Most Gracious Majesty
the Queen, the widowed Q u e e n
Elizabeth, Queen Mary and other Mem-
bers of the Royal Family its deep and
sincere sympathy on the death of our
Late Revered Sovereign King George
the Sixth, and wishes to assure Her
Majesty of our unswerving loyalty and
devotion to Her Most Gracious Majesty,
Her Throne and Person. "
Address passed by the Legislative
Council of Dominica on 6th Febru-
ary, 1952.
"To Her Most Gracious Majesty the
Queen by the Grace of God of Great
Britain Ireland and the British Domin-
ions beyond the seas Queen, Defender
of the Faith.


We, Your Majesty's most dutiful and
loyal subjects, the President and Mem-
bers of the Legislative Council of Dom-
inica most humbly tender to Your Most
Gracious Majesty. the Widowed Queen
Elizabeth, Queen Mary and the members
of the Royal Family the profound and
heartfelt sympathy of the people of
Dominica at the los= that has befallen
Your Majesty, Your Majesty's Royal
Household and the E-Lpire. by the death
of our late beloved Sovereign King
George the Sixth.
We most dutifully and respectfully beg
to assure Your Majesty of our unswerv-
ing loy.ally and devotion to Your
Majesty's Throne and Person."
Addresses passed by the Roseau
Town Council on 6.h February 1952.
"We the Chairman and Members of
the Roseau r'own Council, reflecting
the grief of the Loyal inhabitants of
the Town of Roseau in the Colony of
Dominica, British West Indies, desire
humbly to convey to Your Majesty our
heartfelt sympathy in the irreparable
loss which Your VMajesty and Members
of the Royal Family have sustained by
the death of him whom we all loved and
honoured as our King.
We the Chairman and Members of
the Roseau Town Council. voicing the
sentiments of the people of the town of
Roseau in the Colony of Dominica
British West Indies, desire humbly to
tender to Your Most Gracious Majesty
our profound sympathy at the death of
Your Illustrious Father King George
the Sixth, and solemnly to affirm our
loyalty and devotion to Your Majesty's
Throne and Person "
Address passed by the Legislative
Council of Dominica on Friday, the
8th February, 1952
"Move that an humble address from
this Council be presented to Her Most
Gracious Majesty as follows:-
To
Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen
Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of
God of Great Britain, Ireland and the
British Dominions beyond the seas
Queen, Defender of the Faith.
We, the President and members of the
Legislative Council of Dominica for
ourselves and on behalf of Your Majes-
ty's most dutiful and loyal subjects,
the people of Dominica, on the occasion
of Your Majesty's accession to the
Throne do solemnly affirm our unswerv-
ing loyalty and devotion to Your Ma-
jesty's Throne and Person."
18th February, 1952
139/52
By Order,
VICTOR C. JOSSE,
Government Secretary.








OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1952.


Departmental and
other Notices.

NOTICE
Trade Marks Office,
Dominica.
28th January, 1952.
PETROLEUM MARKETING CO
PANY (WEST INDIES) LIMITED of 22
Great St. Helen's, London, E C.3,. England,
Merchants, have applied for the registra-
tion of one trade mark consisting of the
following word


PROGAS

in Class 1 and 47. that is to say, gases in
liquid, solid and gaseous form.
The applicants clim that they have
been using the said trade mark in respect
of the said goods before the 24th day of
August, 1951.
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
Mark.
A. B. MARIE
Ag. Registrar of 7r,,de Marks
Dominica
Agent: W, F. Harrison Esq.,
Roseau.
Dominica.
1267/50


NOTICE
Trade Marks Office,
Dominica.
28th January, 1952.
PETROLEUM MARKETING COM-
PANY (WEST INDIES) LIMITED of 22
Great St. Helen's London, E.C.3 England
Merchants, have applied for the registra-
tioi of one trade mark consisting of the
following word and device: -


in Class 1 and 47, that is to say, gases in
liquid, solid and gaseous form.
The applicants'elaim that they have been
using the said trade mark in respect of
the said goods before the 24th day of
Augnst, 1951.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertismentin the Dominica Official
G.,zette give notice, iu duplicate, at the
Trade Marks Office, Dominica. of opposi-
tion of the registration of the said Trade
Mark.
A B. MARIE
Ag. Regist ar of Trade Mark
DOMINICA
Agent: W. F. Harrison, Esq.,
Roseau, Dominica.
1267/50


NOTICE

IN pursuance of the policy agreed by Government with regard to improved
road maintainance and in anticipation of the approval of necessary funds for more
general measures, the following persons have contracted to be responsible fo: the
verging, ditching, inspection and minor repairs to the roads shown against their
names:-


Sydney Jeromy
Abraham Mulcher
John Sebran
James Dailey
Alexander Laville
Hiram Laville
James Benjamin
Marcial Toussaint
Arthur Pemberton
Donavan Hector

Marcial Toussaint
Daniel Green


Roads
2nd to 3rd mile post: Imperial Road
4th to 5th ,,
3rd to 4th ,. ,, ,, ,.
5th to 6th
3 miles Roseau Geneva (Bellevue towards Geneva)
3 miles ,, ,, (Everton Bridge to Bellevue)
5th to 6th mile post Roseau St Joseph
1 33 miles Loubiere-Pt Michel
2 miles Soufriere-Bois Cotlette
I mile Loubiere- Roseau
Scheduled Tracks
3 miles Pt. Michel-Pt. Guiard
3 miles Sulphur Springs-Long Ditton
E. R. ROWBOTHAM,
Director of Works.
18th February, 1952.








COLONY OF BCMINICA.-STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT SCAR APRIL, 1951,


LIABILITIES.

SPECIAL FUNDS:
Savings Bank ... ... ...
Depreciation Fund Electric Light Plant...
Development & Welfare Schemes
unspent advances

Deposits ... ... ...
Eills drawn on Crown Agents


ASSETS.


$ c.
369.410 21
I(6,220 44

3?8,664 59


$ c.




721,24t 24


120,600
24,144


CASH :
In hand
Bank
Sub Ace
Remiitla


*ountants
IC( S


Imprest
Crown Agents (curi
Joint ('olonial l'und


$
362
22,876
... 9,196
... ... ... .. 1,524
... ... ... ... ... 17,562
ent 7 ) ... ... ... 2,'83
19,200


c
81
55
53
00
96
20
00


Advances ... ... ... ...

INVESTMENTS :
On behalf of Savings Bank ... ... ... ... 343,2)0 98
On behalf of Electric Light Depreciation Fund... 16, G0 44


GENERAL REVENUE BALANCE:
Deficit at 1st January, 195 ...
Add Dleficit at 20th Apil, 151 ...


... 53 < 1
... 191,990 87


$ i /,9SS9 6- $

NutE The above statement is exclusive of the Public Debt which was S1 ;0.400 U0 at 30th April, 1951. hI- Sinkii lFu-nd in respect of this De
$33,120.82 at the same date.


E. W. BUTLEi?,
Actiig Accountanrt.


$ c.









72,956 05


191,023 18




359,461 42




245,E28 97


SCU, o9 t62

bt amounted to


W. H SWEEPING.
Fin, i.l Secretary.


7thl Sr' tnbbLr, ir 151.















Date
1952.


Day.


Jan. 1 Tues.
2 Wei.
3 Thurs.
4 Fri.
5 Sat
6 Sun.
7 ion.
S8 Tues.
9 Wedl.
10 Thurs.
S 11 F.i.
12, Sat.
13 Sun.
14 Mon.
S15 Tue-;
I 16 Wed.
17 Thurs.
I 18' Fri.
19 Sat.
20 Sun.
21 Mon
22 Tues.
23 Wed.
24 Thurs.
25 Fri.
26 Sat.
27 Sun.
28 Mon.
29 Tues.
30 Wed.
81 Thurs.


METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER KEIT AT BOTANIC GARDENS, DOMINICA.
1 Barcmeter
THERMOMETER. Corrected.
PR lative Thermometer. 1Reduced to 32 Fh Rainfill for the Rainfall for the
Humidity. 7 and Sea Level. Rainfall. Year 1952. Year 1951.
Dry. Wet. I
i 9a.m. 3pm. Max'm. Min'm.l 9 am. 3 p m.
9a m. 3 pm. 9 a.m 3 pm Mths. Ins. Pts Mths. Ins. Pts.


... ._ -.O January 1.85 January 5.96
76 81 71 75 76 72 85 73 29-95 29.84 .00
79 80 74 78 76 90 82 73 29.95 29.88 .00o
T7 81 7 75 76 80 82 69 2996 29.88 00
76 70 76 68 29.96 .00
.00
77 81 72 76 76 76 84 67 30.00 29.94 .00
76 84 74 83 90 95 85 69 29 98 29.95 .49
73 83 74 76 85 76 85 71 30 08 29.99 .04
73 8' 74 76 65 (7 83 72 30.(16 29.94 .22
77 84 73 76 80 64 85 67 30.06 2996 .00
76 73 85 69 30.04 .04

75 83 72 75 84 64 85 67 30.01 29.94 .00O
7 81 72 75 80 72 1 85 69 3005 29.95 .03
78 83 71 5 67 64 85 68 3001 9 95 1 .05
79 83 74 76 76 67 85 68 30.01 2993 .04
74 81 72 76 89 76 86 68 3006 29.96 .00
79 75 80 69 30.0 .06
-- -- .00
78 80 74 76 80 80 85 71 4U-15 29.89 .04
76 82 73 74 85 64 83 70 -' 29.88 .00
74 80 71 74 84 72 83 67 9.94 .06
76 82 70 74 180 64 83 67 9. 29.94 .04
74 83 71 74 84 60 84 67 29.94 .02
71 72 -89 67 .00
... .20
74 80 73 75 95 76 84 68 3001 29.94 .16
76 80 74 76 90 80 86 68 30,01 29.89 .05
79 85 75 76 80 60 86 68 30.00 2993 .12
77 85 74 75 90 57 86 70 30.05 29.98 .00'
1.85


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1952 BANK HOLIDAY SRO. 7 A 13




DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 7 OF 1952.
PROCLAMATION
APPOINTING MONDAY 25th FEBRUARY, 1952, AND TUES-
DAY, 26th FEBRUARY, 1952. TO BE BANK HOLIDAYS.
(Gazetted 18th February, 1952.)

BY THE GOVERNOR

A PROCLAMATION

C. ADDISON HARNEY,
Acting Administrator.
I, considering that it is desirable that Monday the
25th day of February, and Tuesday, the 26th day of Feb-
ruary, 1952, should be observed as Bank Holidays in the
Colony of IDominica and in pursuance of the provisions of
the Bank Holiday Act (Cap. 114) do hereby, by and with
the advice of the Executive Council of the said Colony,
and in exercise of the powers conferred by the Act
aforesaid, appoint Monday, the 25th day of February,
1952, and Tuesday, the 26th day of February, 1952, as
special days to be reserved as Bank Holidays in the said
Colony, under and in accordance with the said Act, and
I do by this my Proclamation command the said days
to be so reserved and kept, and all Her Majesty's loving
subjects in the said Colony to order themselves
accordingly.
GIVEN at the Government House, Dominica, this
13th day of February, 1952, and in the first
year of Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.

DOMINICA
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by Authority
[Price Id.





1952 CARNIVAL ORDER IN COUNCIL SRO. 8 A 14




DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 8 OF 1952.

AN ORDER IN COUNCIL
DATED THE 13TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1P52, UNDER THE
PEACE PRESERVATION ACT, 1895 (1 OMINICA No. 1.
OF 1895) AS AMENDED FROM TIME TO TIME.
(Gazetted 18th February, 1952).
WHEREAS it is desirable to make provision in D ca. Ord.
accordance with the terms of the Peace Perservation ln/Im,
14/1927
Act, 1895, (No. 1 of 1895) as amended from time to 3,19s
time for the temporary suspension during the period of
Carnival in the year 1952 of certain prohibitions con-
tained in the said Act :
NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor in Council in
the exercise of the powers vested in him in the above
recited Act and by and with the advice of the Executive
Council of Dominica doth hereby Order as follows:-
1. This order may be cited as the
CARNIVAL ORDER IN COUNCIL, 1952. Sht Title
Short Title
2. 1hat on Monday, the 25th day of February,
and Tuesday. the 26th day of February, 1952 persons a public
decently clo-hed and conducting themselves in an place
orderly manner may be permitted to wear masks
between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. subject to the
strict obedience of the following PROVISO :-
P ROVI D ED that if any Officer or Non-Commissioned
Officer of Her Majesty's Forces or of the Dominica
Police Force shall consider any person so masked to be
behaving in a suspicious. disorderly or improper
manner he may call upon such masked person to
remove his mask and such masked person shall forth-
with remove his mask accordingly and shall also furnish
his name and address if called upon to do so.







A 15 1952 CARNIVAL ORDER IN COUNCIL


Weapons 3. During the aforesaid permitted hours of the
Prohibited said days, herein described as the CARNIVAL, NO
PERSON SHALL CARRY ANY LIGHTED TORCH
OR BE ARMED WITH ANY WEAPON OF ANY
DESCRIPTION. The term "Weapon in this Order
means any article or thing suitable of being used for
offensive purposes, and besides firearms and other
weapons ordinarily regarded as lethal or dangerous shall
include such things as clubs, stones Pnd bottles.
Smearing 4. NO person shall smear himself with any paint
the body or colouring matter whatsoever.

Noisy 5. No person shall make use of any noisy instru-
Instruments ments such as a drum or a horn before 8 a.m. or after
6 p.m. on the said Carnival days.
Fireworks 6. No person shall discharge, let off, or assist in
discharging of, or letting off of, any fireworks (which
expression shall include fireworks locally known as
Bombs ") or anything of a like kind or nature.
7. The wearing of masks shall not be resumed
after 6 p.m. on Tuesday, the 26ih day of February,
1952. The Carnival of 1952 shall then be deemed to be
over and thereafter all acts, matters and things which
the Governor in Council is empowered by the 4thSection
of the above Act to rrchibit shall stand and be prohibi-
ted until further ORDER IN COUNCIL.
Extent of 8. This Order extends to the whole of the Colony.
Murder
Made by the Governor in Council this 13th day of
February. 1952.

D. K. BURTON,

Clerk of the Council
DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by Authority.
[Price 2d.J


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