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Dominica.


Official


Gazette.


Pub lis; eb by qutf) ri tv

VOL. LXXV ROSEAU, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1952. No. 13.


Government Notices.


No. 41
The following Imperial Instrument is
circulated with and forms part of this
Gaze t te:
No 1776. The Colonial Air Navigation
(Amendment) Order, 1951.
386/45 Pt. III
6th December, 1951

No. 42
APPOINTMENT OF AMERICAN VICE-
CONSUL AT PORT OF SPAIN
WITH reference to Gazette Notice of
15th January, 1952. regarding the appoint-
ment of Mr KENEDON P. STEINS as
American Vice Consul at Port of Spain,
it is notified for general information that
Mr. STEINS has arrived in Trinidad and
assumed his duties on 1st February, 1952.
20th February. 1952.
895/48

No. 43.
APPOINTMENTS ETC.
BASCOM, S.E., Assistant Master. Dominica
Grammar School,. confirmed in ap-
pointment.
16th January, 1952.
E. 741
PIGGOT, R.D., Assistant Master, Dominica
Grammar School, confirmed in ap-
pointment.
16th January, 1952.
E.715


WHITE, A. F Assistant Master, Dominica
Grammar School, confirmed in ap-
pointment.
16th January, 1952.
E. 7i6
21st February, 1952
By Order,
VICTOR C JOSSE,
Government Secretary.




Departmental and
other Notices.
Department of Agriculture,
DOMINICA.
I ith l'ebruary, 1952,
NOTICE
It is notified for general information
that under Section 44 (1) of Ordinance
No. 22 of 1941 Vanihlas shall only be
bought or sold at the nearest Police Sta-
tion Produce Inspectors will no longer
be in attendance at purchasing Depots
except in special circumstances, but sale
or purchase of Vanillas must always be
effected in the presence of a police officer.
ST. G. C. COOPER
Ag cultural Superintendent.
64/49


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1952.


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE
CIRCULATION IN THE BRITISH
CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN
GROUP) 1st FEBRUARY, 1952.
Average Circulation
during December. 1951 -,
Br. Caribbean Notes $30,935,581
Gov't "urreney Notes 10,021,583
British Caribbean Notes:-
Trinidad ... ... ... $ 16,577,000
Barbados ... ... 4,153,000
British Guiana ... 8,901,000
Leeward & Windward
Islands ... ... .. 4.743,000
Total Br. Caribbean Currency
Note Circulation $34,374.0i00


Trinidad Government
Note Circulation ... $ 5,335,652
Bar bados Government
Note Circulation ... 635,140
British Guiana Government
Note Circulation ... 2,397,500
Total Government Note
Circulation ... ... ... 8,268,292
$42,742.292
L. SPENCE.
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Ioard
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers.
Port of Spain.
Trinidad, B.W I.


COLONY OF DOMINICA.
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TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
REGISTRY OF TITLES. ISLAND OF DOMINICA.
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings there.,n, and Caveats, for the
week ending the 2nd day of February, 1959.

Date of Request. Person Presenting. Nature of Request, whether for Certiricate
of Title or Noting thereon, or Caveat.

Request dated Octave Rolle and Others Request for the issue of a First Certificate
92nd January, 1952, by their Solicitor of Title (with plan attached) in respect of
Presented Clifton A. H Dupigny that part of Laudat Estate situatie in the
28th January, 1952, Parish A St. George in the ( olny of
at 10 10 a.m. Dominica containing .5,,99 acres and
bounded as follows:- On the South by Roseau River and land of Landat Estate; on the Eas
by land of Laudat Estate; on the West by land of J. J. Laudat and Laudat Estate and on the
North by land of Laudat Estate
Registrar's Office. A v. MARIE,
28Roseau. Ag. Registrar of 7 itles.
th January, 1952.
NOTE.-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certificate of Title on the above
application may enter a Caveat in the above office within tour weeks from the date of the first
appearance of the above Schedule in the Official Gazette and the Uominemc Chronicte
newspaper published in this Island.


COLONY OF DOMINSCA.
O0--
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
REGISTRY OF TITLES. ISLAND OF DOMINICA.
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings thereon, and Caveats. for
the week ending the 2nd day of February, 1951.

Date of Request. Person Presenting. Nature of Request, whether for Certificate
of Title or Noting thereon or Caveat.

Request dated The Central Housing and Request for the issue of one Certificate
29th January, 1952. Planning Authority of Title in substitution for three Certifi-
Presented by their Solicitor cates of Title in respect of a part of Good-
30th January, 19I2, Clifton A. H. Dupigny will Estate and Pottersville situated in
at 1.40 p.m. the Parish of St. George in the Colony of
Dominica containing 193.2237 acres and bounded as follows:-On the North by the Goodwil
Estate; on the East by St. Aroment Estate; on the South by Bath Estate and Roseau River
and on the West by the Public Road, Lucien Sylvester and the Sea.
Registrar's Office, A. B. MARIE,
Roth J eau Ag. Registrar of Titles.
30th January, 1952.
NoTE.-Anuy person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certificate of Title on the above
application may enter a Caveat in the above office within four weeks from the date of the first
appearance of the above Schedule in the Official Gazette and the Dominica Chronicle news.
paper published in this Island.













OFFICIAL GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1952.

COLOJWY OF DOMINlCA.
-0--
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
REGISTRY OF TITLES. ISLAND OF DOMINICA.
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings there -a. anmi Caveats. for the
week e.dimg the 9ith day of February. 19523.


Date of Request


Person Presentini.


sNature of Request whetar for Certificate
of Title or N2oti:g tiiereon, or Caveat.


Request dated Peter Cvril Dewhiursm Request for the issue of a First Certificate
9ud February, 1952, by his Solicitor of 'li -- (with plan attached) in respect of
Presented Clifcom A. H-. Dupigny ali that piece or parcel of land comraonlv
8th February, t95,, known as the Rl1uisseiLu Estate situate in
at 3.43 p.m. the Parish of St. Jo'_in in the Colony of
Dominica containing il acres and four peichies and bounded as follows: -North by land of the
Heirs of Toussaint Alexander and Madam Joseph Jean L'ois; Eastetly by land of the Heirs
Totissaint, George lirumant '"nl Mrs. Layus an I S mtherly by land of P C. Dewhurst for:ner-
ly of W A. Knight.
Registrar's Office. A. B3. MARIE,
Roseau. Ag. Registrar of Titles.
8th February, 1952.
NOTE.-Any person who dciires to otj'et to the i'suinL of a Certifieate of Title on tl e
above an..ici'iin m'ny eot'pr a Cav,-ar in tne above Orfe within f ur weeks from the date
of the first anpearance of the above Schedtnle in the Oi:ciat Gszert,e and the Dominica
Chroni'le newsnaoer published in think Islatud.


DOMINICA.
Prii-aed 8t the BULLETIN OFIe~CI, Rogeau, -ly Autborflt








AIR NAVIGATION


DOMINICA
IMPERIAL INSTRUMENT NO. 1776 OF J951.
AIR NAVIGATION
The Colonial Air Navigation (Amendmeit) Order, 19).
Made 4th October, 1951
Laid before Parliament 4th Octolr, 1951
Coming into Operation 1st, January, 1952
At the Court of Saint James, the 4th day of October, 19-1.'
Present,
Her Majesty The Queen Her Royal Highness The Princess Elizabeth
Lord Clhancellor Mr. Secretary Ede
Lord President Sir Alan Lascelles
Whereas His Majesty, in pursuance of the Regency Acts, 1937 and 1943, was
pleased, by Letters Patent dated the Twenty-seventh day of September, 1953 I, to
delegate and grant unt.o Her Majesty The Queen, Her Royal Highness The Prin-
cess Elizaleth Duchess of Edinburgh, Lady of the Most Noble Order of the (Garter,
(C.I., Her Royal Highness Tile Princess Margaret, C.1., His Royal Highness The
Duke of Gloucester, K.G., K.T., K P., G.M.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., and Her Royld
Highness The Princess Royal, C.L., G.C.V.O., G.B.E., or any two of them, as (.oun-
cellors of State, full power and authority during the period of His Majesty's illness
to summon and hold on His Majesty's behalf His Privy Council :ind to signify
threat His Majesty's approval of any matter or thing to, which His Majesty's
approval ini Council is required:
And Whereas His Majesty was pleased to make tile Colonial Air Navigation
Order, 1949(a), which Order, as amended by the Colonial Air Navigqtion (Amend-
ment) Order, 1950(b), is liereinafter referred to as "the principal Order":
And Whereas it is expedient to amend the principal Order:
Now, therefore, Her Majesty The Queen and Her Royal Highness The Piin-
cess Elizabeth, being authorised thereto by tilhe said Letters Patent, and in pursu-
ance of the powers conferred by the Colonial Air Navigation (Application of Acts)
Orders 1937(c) to 1947(d), as continued in force ly Section 70 of the Civil Avia-
tion Act, 1949(e), and of all other powers in that behalf, do hereby, by and with
the advice of His Majesty's Privy Council, on His Majesty's behalf older, and it, is
hereby ordered, as follows: -
1. The principal Order shall be amended in accordance with the following
provisions:--
(1) In paragraph (3) of Article 11-
(a) in sub-paragraph (a) after the words "flight manual" there shall
be inserted the words "or performance schedule 'relating therelio"
and the words "with the certificate" shall be omitted:
(h) in sub-paragraphs (0), (c),.(d) and (e) after the words "flight nmn-
ual" there shall Ibe inserted the words "or performance schedule":
(') in sub-paragraph (e) for the words "with which it is issued" there
shall be substituted the words "to which it ielates".
(a) S.1. 1949 (No. 2003) l,p.359. (b) S.L 1950 (No. 1188) I,p.329.
(c) S.R.&O. 1937 (No.:378) p.141. (d) S.R.&O. 1947 No. 2738)I,p.70.
(e) 12, 13 & 1.4 Geo. 6. c. 67.


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(2) In paragraph (3) of Article 13 the existing provision shall form the subject
of a sub-paragraph lettered "(a)" and there shall be added the following
sub-paragraph: --
"(b) For the purpose of satisfying himself that requirements prescribed
pursuant to sub-paragraph (a) of this paragraph are complied with
the Governor may, if he thinks fit, as regards all or any of such
requirements accept reports or certificates furnished to hinm by any
person or firm whom he may approve as qualified to furnish such
reports or certificates, for which purpose the organisation or the
organizations, if more than one, of any person or firm desiring to
furnish such reports or certificates shall be subject to such inspection
as the Governor may initially and there after from time to time
require to be made in order than he may be satisfied that such person
or firm is so qualified."
(3) In sub-paragraph (vii) of paragraph (2) of Article 16 after the word
"aerodrome" in both places where that word occurs there shall he inserted
the words "or other place" and before the word "destination" there shall lie
inserted the word "intended".
(4) In paragraph (10) of Article 17 before the word "landing" where that
word first occurs there shall be inserted the word "intended".
(5) In sub-paragraph (b) (iii) of paragraph (4) of Article 20 the words "or as
second pilot" shall be omitted and before the word "paragraph" there shall
be inserted the words and letter "sub-paragraph (a) of'".
(6) For the fourth sub-paragraph of paragraph (2) of Article 23 there shall
be substituted the following sub-paragraph: -
"(d) For the purpose of being satisfied that an applicant is qualified
in accordance with the prescribed requirements to have a rating in-
cluded in his licence or to have a rating extended or renewed, as the
case may be, the Governor may accept a certificate that the applicant
is so qualified furnished by any person or persons approved by the
Governor as qualified to give such a certificate;"
(7) For sub-paragraph (d) of paragraph (3) of Article 24 there shall be sub-
stituted the following sub-paragraph:-
"(d) the log book, except the telecommunication log book, shall be pre-
served for a period of two years from the date of the last entry
therein: the telecommunication log book shall be preserved for a
period of at least six months from the date of the last entry therein
and, in a case where that log book is required in connection with
any enquiry or proceedings, for such longer period as may be
required for the purposes thereof."
(8) In paragraph (2) of Article 31-
"(a) for sub-paragraph (a) there shall be substituted the following
sub-paragraph:-
"(a) (i) An aircraft registered in the Colony shall be equipped
with radio apparatus when engaged in any flight in the circum-
stances of which it is required to be so equipped in accordance
with such requirements as may be prescribed;
(ii) radio apparatus in any aircraft registered in the Colony
(whether required as aforesaid to be equipped therewith or not)
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with such conditions as to construction, testing and inspection,
and be of such operative capacity as may be prescribed and
shall be installed in the aircraft in the prescribed manner:
Provided that the approval in writing of the Governor
shall be required as to the type and manufacture of such
radio apparatus and its installation:
(iii) requirements may le prescrilied as to the maintenance,
overhaul, repair, modification and inspection of radio apparat.ius
in aircraft of any prescribed class or description;"
(b) at the end of proviso (i) there shall be added the word "and":
(c) at the end of p-oviso (ii) the word "and" shall be omitted:
(d) proviso (iii) shall be omitted.
(9) In paragraph (1) of Article 72 in the definition of "Certificate of air-
worthiness" after the words "flight manual" there shall be inserted the
words "or performance schedule relating to" and the word "issued" where
thit word first occurs shall lie omitted
(10) In Schedule II the amendments specified in the First Schedule to this
Order shall be made.
(11) In Schedule IV the amendments specified in the Second Schedule to this
Order Thall be made
2 (1) This Order may lie cited as thie Colonial Air Navigation (Amendment)
Order, 1951; ;nd this Order and the principal Order may be cited together as the
Colonial Air Navigation Orders, 1949 to 1951.
(2) This Order shall coined into operation on th( Ist day of January, 1952.
F. J. FERNAU.
FIRST S(I ED ULE
Amendments in Schedule II to tihe principal Order
1. After Rule 6 there shall le inserted the following Rule:-
"GA. The Governor may designate and cause to be notified such control
areas, control zones and flight information regions within the Colony as he may
consider neces-rry."
2. At the cud of paragraph (2) of Rule 8 there shbNll be added the following
words:-
"The person in command of an aircraft may elect to fly in accordance with
Instrument Flight Rules in a control area or a control zone when V.F.R. weather
conditions prevail in the are% or zone. If lie does so elect, he shall not change to
flight in accordance with Visual Flight Rules unless lie notifies Air Traffic Contrml
that he desires to cancel his I.F.R. flight plan "
3. In paragraph (2) of Rule 9 after the words "pursuant to" there shall be
inserted the words, letter and figure "sub-paragraph (c) of paragraph (1) of":
4. At the end of paragraph (4) of Rule 13 there shall be inserted the
following proviso: -
"Provided that, within the Colony, the requirement in this paragraph that
an ovei taking aircraft shall keep out of the way of the other aircraft by altering
its course to the right shall not apply to a glider overtaking another glider if the
person in command of the overtaking glider is satisfied that, having regard to all
the circumstances, hazard would be caused by altering his course to the right "
5. For paragraph (3) of Rule 16 there shall be substituted the following
paragraph:-










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"(3) Nothing in this Rule shall be taken to prevent the person in com-
mand of an aircraft or any person authorised by him from -
(a) dropping, ballast in the form of fine sand or water;
(b) dropping, in accordance with Rule 61, ropes used for towing
aircraft;
(c) jettisoning fuel in a case of emergency;
(d) using apparatus for the purpose of navigating the aircraft when
the approval of the Governor to the type of apparatus and method
of use has previously been given; or
(e) dropping or projecting material for the purpose of dusting or
spraying crops in accordance with an express authorisation for that
purpose included in the terms of the certificate of airworthiness or
the validation of such a certificate in force in respect of the aircraft."
6. After Rule 18 there shall be inserted, with headings as hereunder shown,
the following Rules:-
"Flying Instruction.
ISA. Any person who within the Colony gives to another person instruc-
tion in flying (including directions to tain, person when flying or about to fly
as a pilot in charge of an aircraft) shall take care that the instruction which he
gives is such as to ensure as far as possible thit an aircraft flown by the person
receiving the instruction is flown in accordance with those Rules.
Simulated Instrument Flights and Practice Instrimnent Approaches
18B -(1) Within the Colony an aircraft shall not be flown in simulated
instrument flight conditions unless
(a) the aircraft is equipped with dual controls which are functioning
satisfactorily; and
(b) a qualified pilot (being the holder of the appropriate pilot's
licence and rating) is carried in the second control seat of the
aircraft for the purpose of rendering such assistance as may be
necessary to the person in command thereof; and
(c) if the field of vision of such qualified pilot is not adequate both
forward and to each side of the aircraft, a competent observer is
carried and occupies a position in the aircraft from which his field
vision adequately supplements that of the said pilot and which from
he can readily communicate with the said pilot.
For the purposes of this Rule the expression "simulated instrument flight"
means a flight during which mechanical or optical devices are used in order to
reduce the field of vision or the range of visibility from the cockpit of the aircraft.
(2) Within the Colony an aircraft shall not carry out instrument approach
practice when flying in V.F.R. weather condition unless-
(a) the flight has been notified to the appropriate Air Traffic Control; and
(b) if the flight is being carried out in simulated instrument flight
conditions, the provisions of sub-paragraphs (a) and (b) of paragraph
(1) of this Rule are complied with; or
(e) if the flight is not being carried out in simillated instrument
flight conditions, a competent observer is carried in such a position
in the aircraft that he has an adequate field of vision and can
readily communicate with the person in command thereof.










1951 AIR NAVIGATION l. 1. 177t




Avoidance of collision.
180. When flying in V.F.R. weather conditions it is the direct responsi-
bility of the person in command of an aircraft to avoid collision with other
aircraft notwithstanding that the tliglit is being conducted on an air traffic
clearance "
7. For Rule 22 there shall he substituted the following Rule:-
"22.-(1) The person in command of an aircraft entering or leaving the
Colony on any flight for which a flight plan or a flight notification has been
submitted to the appropriate Air Traffic Control pursuant to Rule 29 or Rule
34 shall be resp )nsible for ensuring that a notification of his arrival is submitted
immediately upon landing for transmission to that Control.
(2) The person in command of an aircraft making a flight between any two
places in the Colony for which a flight plan or a flight notification has been
submitted to the appropriate. Air Traffic Control pursuant to Rule 29 or Rule
31 shall he responsible for ensuring that notification of his arrival is submitted
immediately upon landing for transmission to the Control at his aerodrome of
departure if-
(a) a requirement that such notification of arrival should be made has been
notified for the purpose of this paragraph; or
(it) lie is required to do so by the appropriate Air Traffic Control.
(3) The person in comnui.ud of an aircraft making a flight of the nature
described in paragraph (1) or paragraph (2) of this Rule who, prior to flight,
uhs made or caused to 1,e made either through the appropriate Air Traffic Con-
trol or otherwise a notification if his intended arrival to the responsible aviation
authority of the aerodrome of his destinition, shall, if he changes his destination,
or if lie makes a landing en route so that arrival at his destination would be
;,ppreciab'y delayed beyond the time nottied, make known or cause to be made
known tI that authority any such alteration by the most rapid means at his
disposal'
8. In Rule 24-
(a) for paragraph (b) there shall be substituted the following paragraph:-
"(b) in the case of a special V F.R. flight, be flown in accordance
with any instructions received from Air Traffic Control, or":
(b) in the proviso the words and figures "(i) if so directed, the aircraft at
night shall always comply with paragraph (b) of this Rule; and (ii)"
shall be omitted-
9. Rule 25 shall be omitted.
10 In paragraph (2) of Rule 28-
(a) the existing provision shall form the subject of a sub-paragraph lettered.
"(a) and in that sub-paragraph-
(i) after the words "the Colony" there shall be inserted the words
flying within a control area or a control zone"; and
(ii) the words "or, in a case where in pursuance of any provision of
this Order a second pilot is required as a member of the operating
crew of the flying machine, as second pilot" and the words "valid
with respect to that flying machine" shall be omitted; and
(b) after that sub-paragraph there shall be inserted the following sub-
paragraph:-
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1951 AIR NAVIGATION I. I. 1776




flying within a control area or a control zone no person
shall as from silch date as the Governor may by order appoint
act as pilot in charge thereof unless there is included in the
pilot's licence which he holds an instrunient rating."
11. In Rule 29 the existing provision shall form the subject of a paragraph
membered "(I)" and there shall be added the following paragraph: -
"(2) The person in command of an aircraft flying in a control area of a
control zone shall not cancel his I.F.R. flight plan unless lie is able, and intends,
to continue his flight in uninterrupted V F.R. weather conditions."
12. For Rule 34 and the heading thereof there shall be substituted the
following Rule, with the heading "Notification of Flight":-
"34 -(1) The following provisions of this paMigriph shall have effect in
relation to public transport aircraft:-
(a) Before commencing a flight:
(i) within an air space notified for the purposes of this paragr'ph1
(hereinafter in this pr.ragrlph referred to as "a notified air space"), r
(ii) which involves a sea crossing beyond a distance of ten miles from
the coast line of the Colony, or
(iii) over an area notified :is an area in which search and re;Iue oper(-
tions would le difficult,
the person in coMnnand of an aircraft shall submit or cause to 1,e
submitted to the appropriate Air Trt'.'.i Control a flight notific(a-
tion containing such of the particulars specified in paragraph (1)
of Rule 29 as may be required by that Control.
(b) In addition, if the flight is to be made within a notified air
space the person in command of the aircraft shall obtain an air
traffic clearance, based on the flight notification, from the appro-
priate Air Traffic Control. The conditions applicable to flights
within a control area or a control zone specified in Rule 30 shall
apply to such clearance If an air traffic clearance is not granted,
the aircraft shall not fly within a notified air space except in
accordance with Visual Flight Rules.
(c) When a flight notification has been submitted in accordance
with sub-paragraph (a) of this paragraph the person in command
of an aircraft which is able to communicate by radio with an
appropriate radio station shall, if he finds it necessary to deviate
in respect of any particular from the said flight notification,
report by radio the nature of the proposed deviation to the
appropriate Air Traffic Control as soonf as practicable and, if the
flight is being made in accordance with an air traffic clearance
shall obtain an amended air traffic clearance.









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(2) The person in command of an aircraft other than a public transport
aircraft which is to be flown in any of the circumstances described in sub-
paragraph (a) of paragraph ( ) of this Rule may, if he so desires, submit or
cause to be submitted to the appropriate Air Traffic Control a flight notification
containing such of the particulars specified in paragraph (1) of Rule 29 as
may be required by that Control. If a flight notification is submitted, the
person in command of the aircraft shall comply with the requirements specified
in sub-paragraphs (h) and (c) of paragraph (1) of this Rule in so far as they
may be appropriate".
13. In paragraph (2) of Rule 37 there shall be inserted at the end thereof
the following proviso:-
"Provided that paragraph (3) of Rule 40 and paragraph (3) of Rule 42
shall he applicable only to helicopters."

14. In Rule 40-

(a) after paragraph (2) there shall be inserted the following paragraph:-

"(3) When the "H" signal described in paragraph (5) of Rule 46
dispqlyed at. a land aerodrome a helicopter shall land in the area
marked by the ground signal described in paragraph (6) of that
Rule, unless otherwise given permission by Air Traffic Control.
(h) the paragraphs numbered "(3)". "(s)", and "(5) shall be renumbered
"(4)", "(5)", and "(6)", respectively.

15. In Rule 42-
(a) after paragraph (2) there shall be inserted the following paragraph:-

"(3) When the "H" signal described in paragraph (5) of Rule 46
is displayed at i land aerodrome a helicopter shall take off from
the area marked by the ground signal described in paragraph (6)
of that Rule unless otherwise given permission by Air Traffic
Control."

(h) the paragraphs numbered "(3)" and "(4)" shall be renumbered '(4)"
and "(5)" respectively.

16 In paragraph (3) of Rule 43-
(a) sub-paragraph (b) shall be omitted:
(b) sub-paragraph (c) shall be re-lettered "(b)":
(c) after the sub-paragraph to be re-lettered "(b)" there shall ;be inserted
the following sub-paragraph:-









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'(c) when an aeroplane or a vehicle is overtaking another aeroplane
or vehicle, the one which is overtaking shall keep out of the
way of the other by altering its course to the left and no sub-
sequent change in the relative positions of the two shall absolve
the one which is overtaking from its obligation until it is finally
past and clear of the other "
17. In Rule 46-
(a) in paragraph (3) in the illustration of the cross diagram the word
"Perpendicular to boundary of area marked" and the arrow drawn there-
from shall be omitted:
(b) after paragraph (4) there shall be inserted the following paragraphs:--
"(5) When helicopters are required to land or take off within an area
set aside for their operation at a land aerodrome which is open for use
by aeroplanes and helicopters there shall be displayed is, the signal area
a letter "H" as illustrated belhw:


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(6) At a land aerodrome which is open for use by aeroplanes and helicop-
ters, when an area is set aside for take-off and landing of helicopters, the
centre of the said area shall be marked by a letter "H" as illustrated below.
If the said area forms part of the landing area for aeroplanes, its boundaries,
if not otherwise clearly defined, shall be marked by the boundary markers
described in paragraph (3) of this Rule."







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(e) the paragraph numbered "(5)" shall be re-imunbered "(7)".
18. In the heading of Section IX after the word "Aerodromes" there shall
be inserted the words "and other places".
19. For paragraph (1) of Rule 48 there shall be substituted the following
paragraph: -
"(I) (a) Whenever aeroplanes are making use of or may lie ex-
pected to make use of ai.y aerodrome referred to in Rule 45 by night the
Rules in this Section shall be complied with:


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(b) Whenever aeroplanes carrying passengers for hire or reward are
making use of or may be expected to mike use of any aerodrome or other
place (not being an aerodrome referred to in Rule 45) by night the Rules
in this Section, excepting Rule 56, shall be complied with;
(c) Whenever aeroplanes not carrying passengers for hire or reward
are making: use of or may be expected to make use of any aerodrome
or other place (not being an aerodrome referred to in Rule 45) by night
lights shall be provided which shall he. adequate for the purposes of such
use;
except in so far as exemption from any of the foregoing requirements may 1e
notified in respect of any such aerodrome or place;
Provided that at a water aerodrome the Rules in this Section shall apply
Only in so far as compliance therewith is practicable in the circumstances,

SEC OND SCHEDULE
Amendments in Schedule IV to the principal Order
1. In paragraph 8 after the words and figures "paragraph (2) of Article 11"
there shall be inserted the words, letter and figures "or sub-paragraph (b)
of paragraph (3) of Article 13".
2. Paragraph 22 shall be omitted.
3. In paragraph 24 after the word "destroyed" there shall lie inserted
the words "except in the case of a flight manual, where a fee equivalent
to the amount of the cost of preparing the copy or document in replace.
ment shall be chargeable subject to a maximum charge of 5. 5s. Od.".
4. In paragraph 26 for the word and letter "sub-paragraph (a'l" there
shall be substituted the word, letter and figures "sub-paragraph (a) (ii)".




EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This note is not part of the Order, but is intended to indicate its general purport.)
This Order amerds the Colonial Air Navigation Order, 1949, as amended
by the Colonial Air Navigation (Amendment) Order, 1950. The amendments
relate to a number of matters, including aircraft performance, the grant of
instructors' ratings the approval of radio apparatus, the rules of the air and
air traffic control.
DOMINICA
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by Authority
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