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Table of Contents
    Main
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
    Draft Bill: Supplementary Appropriation (1947) Ordinance, 1952
        Page A 1
        Page A 2
    Draft Bill: Pensions (Amendment) Ordinance, 1952
        Page B 1
    Imperial Instrument no. 1942 of 1951: Merchant Shipping (Foreign Deserter) (Kingdom of Norway) Order, 1951
        Page C 1
        Page C 2
        Page C 3
    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 10 of 1952: Transinsular Road (Forest Reserve) Proclamation, 1952
        Page D 1
        Page D 2
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Domin


official


VOL. L\XV


u b ti st e ti b 'A 1 ut or i 5t v

ROSEAU, Mr*NDAY, MARCH 17, 1952.


Government Notices.


No. 52
APP INTMENTS ETC.
DANGLAU. RALPH, G.S O. Class II. Treas-
ury and Customs Department. Boat-
S man, vacation leave from 1st March
to 10 b April, 1952 inclusive.
E. 455
L GkELI. G RALDH.L. Comptroller Income
3 Tax, vacation leave from 3rdi March
S to- 3!bt Miarch, 1l,52 inclusive.
E. 2ti
THOMAS, ViRONI 'A, G.S O. Class 1I,
Searn tress, Roseau Hospital, vacation
leave from 4th March to 24th April.
*i 1952 i elusive,
E. 686
5th March, 1952
No. 53
PRICES CONTROL BOARD
In accordance with the provisions of
section 33 of the Prices Control Order.
1947 (Section 3 of the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 1) Order, 1947 S.K.&O.
1947, No 54), His Honour the Acting"
Administrator has been pleased to consti-
tute the PricesControl Board for a period
of one year as from the 1st of February,
1952, as follows:-
The Competent Authority (Chairman)
,, Labour Officer, (Ex-officio)
Controller of Supplies
Honourable G Austin Winston (
,, ,, F. 0. C. Harris ,
Representing the interests of con-
sumers.


sT7?1 le

"b ?71


The Honourable J. 0 Aird
I. N Shillinuford, Esq.
Representing Commercial interests.
6th March, 1952.
868.47

No 54
LABOU R SI'ATISTICS COST OF LIVING
'THIS Acting Administrator directs the
publication for general information of the
following Ctst of Living Index Figures as
compared with September 1939 taken as
100.
February 1952
All Items 3-15
Food only 323
461/51
13th March, 1952.
No. 55
DRAFT Bi1 LS
The undermentioned draft Bills which
it is proposed to introduce in Legislative
Council are published, for general inform-
ation, with this issue of the Official
Gazette: -
An Ordinance to amend further the
Pensions Ordinace. 1944
480'50.
An Ordinance to sanction certain pay.
ments from the Public Treasury in excess
of the sum placed on the estimates for the
year ended the thirty first day of Decem-
ber, 1947.
13th March, 1952.
2106/52


Gazette.


No. 16.


t4 -


M,


lA











APPOINT

POST OF ASSIST
TRATOR
ESTABLISHMENT

No. 56
THE Secretary of Sta
has been pleased to ap
ment of Honourable L
Government Secretary,
sistant Administrator
Officer, Dominica
The new appointment
from 5th February, 195
15th March, 1952,
C. 1/52.


OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1952.

IENTS. (i) Resolution
the Domi]
NT ADMINIS- (Amendme
AND (ii) Resolution
[T OFFICER. of motor c
Fr. A Hen
(b) Unofficial
te for the Coicnies (i) Resolution
prove the appoint. R.P. St Lu
ACHILLE F'INARD, road from
to the post of As. Berricoa.
and Establishment (i) Resolutio
(ii) Resolution
R.P. St. Lu
t will take effect as R.P. St. L
[2 of land by
8. ITLLS:-


POST OF GOVERNMENT
SECRETARY.
No 57
His Excellency the Govern,, has been
pleased to approve the appoinwi ent of
Mr. V.C. JOSSE, Income Tax Officer, St.
Vincent, to the post of Governinent Secie-
tary. L ominica with effect f' om the 22nd
December, 1951,
15th March, 1952.
C. 2/52.

No. 5S
IT is hereby notified for general informa-
tion that a meeting of the Legislative
Council of this Colony will be held at the
Court House. Roseau, on Tuesday, the 25th
of March, 1952. at 10.30 a.m.
The Order of the Day for this meeting
is published with this issue of the Ollicin
Gazette.
17th March, 1952.
250/52

ORDER OF THE DAY

For a Meeting of the Legislative
Council to be held at the Court House,
Roseau, on Tuesday,the 25t h of March,
1952, at 10.30 a.m,

1. Prayer.
2. Confirmation of Minutes.
3. Announcement: -
Governor's Circular Savingram
No. 35 of 1. 3.52. on the Procedure
for the selection of territorial re.
presentatives by Legislative Coun-
cils of the Windward Islands.
4. Papers to be laid :-
(i) S.R. & O0. No. 10 of 1952,
(ii) Estimates of the Delices Vil-
lage Board.
5. Notices including those of questions
to be asked.
6. Questions to be asked.
7. Motions :
(a) Official


9. OtL
250/52


(i) An Ordinan
other the
ance, 1944.
(ii) An Ordinar
certain pay
l'ublic Tre
of the sum
estimates f
ed :he thi
December,
her Busines.


for approval of
nica Scholarship
nt) Rules, 1952.
regarding refund
ar licence to Rev.
tricks.

by Honourable
ice re motorable
Tete Morne to

by Honourable
cea re acquisition
Government.


ce to amend fur-
Pensions Ordin-

nce to sanction
'ments from the
asury in excess
placed on the
o the year end-
r-y-fist oay of
1917.


No. 59
THE folio wing Irrperia-lffnstrument
is circulated with and forms part of
this Gazette : -
No. 1942 of 1951 The Merchant Shipping
(Foreign Deserter) (Kingdom of Nor-
way), Order, 1951.
17th March 1952.

No. 60
The following Statutory Rulcs and
Orders is circulated with and forms
part of this Gaz-tte
No. 10 of 1952 Transinsular Road
(Forest, Reserve) Proclamation, 1952
17th March 1952.
By Order,
VICTOR C. JOSSE,
Government Secretary.


Departmental and
other Notices.

NOTICE
Export of Fruit Juices
Exporters are hereby notified that the
United Kingdom authorities have decided
to restore with effect from March 12th,
1952 the open general licence for the
following:-
"Fruit juices not containing more than
5~o by weight of commercial sweetening
matter, viz. sugar, invert sugar, honey
molasses, solid or liquid glucose, or an










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, MARCH 17 1952


similar starch conversion products (e.g.
malt syrup) or any mixture of such
materials."
H. E. LETANG,
Controller of Supplies
Supply Office,
Dominica.
12th March, 1952.
C. 14/52

Electric Light Plant

THE present Electric Light Plant is
grossly ove loaded and is in danger of
breakdown. The period of overload is
between 7 p.m. and 10 p m. daily, with a
peak at 8 p m.
The public are invited to co-operate in
preventing a breakdown by exercising
economy during this period
The public are warned that it will be
necessary for the present to switch off
street lighting from 7 :;0 p.rn to 9 p m-n
daily from 2,.th .i arch till further notice.
E. It. ROWHBOI'HAM,
,rt,' to: of l'orks.
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,
ROSFA',
14TH MALCH. 1952.


VACANT POST
POST O01' PHYSICIAN, CO! ONIAL
HOS.'iTAI,, ST. VINCENT.
APPLICATIONS are invited for appoint-
ment to the post of Physician Colonial
Hlo pita!. St Vincent R.W.L on the
t'oli,, t n'i s ar,d cornditiors :
DuT rul: Adminiistiti tive control of the
Extenson Hospital of about 30
beds for tuberculosis and/or
isolation cases and the Fort
Institutions. Medical Care of
sick in the Colonial Hospital
and responsibility for training
Nurses and Dispensers in con-
junction v ith the Resident Sur-
geon. and to assist the Resident
E:urgeon at operations.
The Physician may be required
to assume the adm-nistrativ e
control of the Colonial Hospital.


EMOLU-
MENTS ;







CONSUL-
TING &
FEES :


A salary of $3456 per annum is
payable plus a Specialist Allow.
ance of $1200 per annum if the
holder possesses post-graduate
qualifications in Medicine. A
temporary Cost of Living Allow-
ance of $380 40 is also paid,


Consulting practice (but not
Private Practice) is allowed.
Fees on a graded scale for Pri-
vate Patients at the Colonial
Hospital are paid to the Physi.
cian.


CONDII IONS
OF APPOINT-
MENT: The appointment will be on
contract for a period of 3 years
in the first instance, but the ap.
pointee may opt after two years
to be appointed to the perma-
nent, pensionable establishment.
QUARTERS : No quarters a e provided.
BJ AVEL-
LI\,G Auiiw-
ANCE : A travelling allowance is paid
for journey to the Extension
lHos pital and the l'ort Institu-
tions.
QUALIFu-
CA'IIONS: Candidates should be registered
(,r iegistiable in the United
Kingdom. The applications of
Candidates who posse!-s post-
grad uate qualifications mn Medi-
cine (M R C,P. or M.I.)) would
be given prefer ential consideia-
tion
Appiications w-companied by testimo-
nials and references should be addressed
to the. Establishment Officer, ST. VIN-
CENT. Is. W I., and should reach him not
later than the 21st April 1952.
Applications from members of the Gov"
ernment Service of any Colony should be
transmitted through the Officer Adminis.
te:ing the Government of that Colony.



NOTICE
POSt OF ASSISTANT COLONIAL
ENGINEER. PUBL-G WORKS DEPART-
MENT, ST LUCIA.
Applications are invited for the vacant
post of Assistant Colonial Engineer
Public Works Department, St. Lucia.
The salary scale attached to the post,
which is pensionable, is $ 400 x 120 -
$2~880 with a cost of living allowance at
the rate of $384 per annum
This officer will be required to keep a
car for the performing of his official
duties and will be paid a basic travelling
allowance at the rate of $192 per annum
plus a mileag- allowance of 10 oents for
every mile traveled on duty.
A subsistence allowance will also be
paid at the approved rate when travelling
on auty in the Colony outside his station,
The Assistant Colonial Engineer will be
I Yequired to assist the Colonial Engineer
in his various Official duties and will
be required to help in the design and
supervision of the construction of roads
and bridges; the execution of schemes
and the construction and maintenance of
Government buildings.
The appointment is subject to the Col-
onial Regulations and Rules and Orders in
force and local taxation.
Applications should give details of








OFFICIAL GAZETrE, MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1952.


experience and qualifications and should
be accompanied by at least two Certifi
cates, with a Certificate of Medical Fitness,
and should be addressed to the Adminis-
trator, St Lucia, to reach not later
than 31st March, 1952 Government Office,
St. Lucia,
29th February, 1952

DEPARTMENT T OF AGRICULTURE
IT is notified for general information
that bacterial wilt or moko disease exists
in a virulent form in the Lacaian i variety
of Banana ia Biitish Guiana 'lie disease
has been recorded in Dominica, but so far
is not present in a virulent form
2. The presence of th- dsea shown by a slight drooping and yellowing
of the lower leaves. similar ti the effect
of drought A little later, t., petiole, of
one of the lower leaves gives way just at
the base of the leaf blade, and anl the other
leaves quickly fail in the sano, way.
Eventually, the terminal leaf b.inds over
and the plant dies and rots to the --round.
If a section of the stem is cut aCross. the
vessels are seen to be disc ,ioured, the
colour ranging from pale yell ,w to dark
brown or bluish black, and filed with
bacteria. The discoloured bundles ruri
back into the true stem and thence into
the young suckers and buds
3. If the disease is not severe od a plant
does not become infected until it has
formed a bunch of fruit, it may remain
perfectly healthy-looking, but many of
the young fruits or "fingers" do not pro-
perly mature.
4. Control is effected by sanitary mea-
sures: digging up and destroying diseased
plants as soon as they are found and
sterilizing by fire the implements used.
St. G. C. COOPER.
Agricultural Superinrendent.
12th March, 1952.
220/52.

Trade Marks Office,
Dominica,
3rd March, 1952
MEAD JOHNSON & COMPANY, of
Ohio Street and St. Joseph Avenue,
Evansille, State of Indiana, United States
of America, have applied for the registra-
tion of one trade mark consisting of the
following word


PABLUM,


in Class XLII, that is to say, Substances
used as food or as ingredients in food-
specially prepared foods for human use.
The applicants claim that they have
been using the said trade mark in respect
of the said goods for 18 years before the
25th day of January, 1951.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Domunao. Offi.
ei.al Gazette give notice, in duplicate at
the Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of op-
position to the registration of the said
Trade Mark.
A. B. MARIE
Ag. Registrar of qrnde Marks
Agent: -- W.F. Harrison Esq.,
Roseau
Dominica.



NOTICE
Trade Marks Office,
Dominica.
7th March 1052.
GALLAGHER & 1U1ITON, INC of
Green I.ane, lirir-toi, Penrsylvania, Unrited
States of America, I)istlihers have applied
for the registration of one traie ma k
consisting of the following words and
device:-


GALlAGHER&BURITOS

in Class 43, that is to say: Alcoholic
Beverages, especially Whisky.
The applicants claim that they have
been using the said trade mark in respect
of the said goods for more than ten years
before the 29th day of Oc'ober, 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 2rade Mark
DOMINICA
Agent: W. F. Harrison, Esq.,
Roseau, Dominica,







COLONY OF IOMINICA.- STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT
LIABILITIES. ASSETS.

SPECIAL FUNDS: $ c. $ c. CASH :
Savings Bank ... ... ... ... ... 373,029 (7 In hand ...
Depreciation Fund Electric Light Plant... ... 16,220 44 Bank ...
Development & Welfare Schemes Sub Accountants ..
unspent advances ... ... ... ... 405.814 59 795,061 10 Imprest ...

Crown Agents (current) ..)


Deposits ... ...
Bills drawn on Crown Agents
Joint Colonial Fund ... ...
Remittances


117,253 64
24,144 00
24,000 00
397 91


Advances ... ...


INVESTMENTS:
On behalf of Savings Bnk ... ...
On behalf of Electric Light Depreciatio

GENERAL REVENUE BALANCE:
Deficit at 1st January, 1951 ...
Add Deficit at 31st May, 1951


31ST MAY, 1951.


$ c
1,278 28
32,983 91
S 9198 30
... ... 16,346 38
... ... 2,716 14





.. ... 343,260 98
n Fund... 16,'20 14


53,538 10
.85,212 23


$ c.



0

62,523 04 0

200,104 86




359,481 42




338,750 33


$ 960,859 65 $ 960,859 65

NOTE The above statement is exclusive of the Public Debt which was $110,400 00 at 31st May, 1951. Th- Sinking Fund in respect of this Debt amounted to
$33,120.82 at the same date.


E. W. BUTLER,
Acting Accountant.


20th September, 1951,


W. H. SWEETING,
Financial Secretary.










METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER KEPT AT COTANIC GARDENS, DOMINICA.


THERMOMETER.


R. lative
ilumidity.


Day.


Dry.

am. 3p min


Feb. 1 Fri.
2 Sat.
\ 3 Sun.
4 Mon.,
5 Tues.
6 Wed.
7 Thurs.
8 Fri.
9 Sat.
10 Sun.
11 Mon.
12 Tues.
13 Wed.
14 Thurs
15 ['ri
161 Sat.
17 Sun
18 Mon
19 TIues.
20 Wed.
21 Thurs.
22! Fri.
23 Sat
24 Sun.
'5 Monr
26 lTues
27 Wed.
28. Thurs.
| 29 Fri.


Date
1952.


9 a.m. 3 p m.



72 60
'76 -

80 85
)a( 79


Earometer
Corrected.
Thermonetler Ledeed to S2Fh Rainfi]l for the Rainfall for the
and S(a Level. Rainfall. YX-ar 1952. Year 1951.

Mx'. M :n. 9 am. 3 Lhs. Ins. Pts. Mths. Ins. Pts.



6986 6S 30.00 29.93 .(0 January 1.85 January 5.96
69 29.98 .(0 February 1. 59 February 2. 92
_i -- -- .-7 3.44 8. 88
85 69 30.01 29.95 05 3.44i
87 69 I0 01 29 95 .00


Wet.

9 a.m 3


73
72

73
72
71
72
73
71

74
74
72
75
73
71
70
72
73
72
74
72


73
72
72


p t i


76


74
74
74
74


76
76
76
75
74


72
74
75
74
7.5



75
77
75


29 99
29.96
29 96
29 9(6
30.00
29.94


29.95
29 98
30 00


29.93
29 91
29.89
2.;.90
:9.94



"'9.90
29.93
29.93


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1.59_______ _____


M. P. 224/50


72 72 87 8 30.01 29.95
84 72 84 67 29,99 29.94
84 72 84 67 30.01 2991
79 67 30.06 -

72 67 85 67 20.00 29 .3
80 64 85 67 80 00 2993
76 62 86 68 29.98 29.94
85 64 84 69 29.99 29.92
76 57 84 (68 29 19 29 93
76 69 29.96


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1952 APPROPRIATION ORD,


DOMINICA
ORDINANCE NO. OF 1952.
I assent

1952. Governor.
AN ORDINANCE TO SANCTION CERTAIN PAY-
MENTS FROM THE PUBLIC TREASURY 'IN
EXCESS OF: THE S M. PLACED ON, THE ESTI-
MATES" FOk THE YEAR ENDED THE THIRTY;*
FIRST DAY OF DECEMBER, 1947T.
(Gazetted 1952).
BE IT ENACTED by the Legislature of Dominica
as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION Short title
(1947) ORDINANCE, 192.
2. The sums of money set forth in the Schedule to legislationn
this Ordinanee. amounting in all to nineteen thousand of expendi-
and ninety-eight pounds, two shillings and one penny tire
drawn from the Public Treasqry in the Year en ded the
thirty-first day of December, 1947, under the warratit
of the Governor, but not provided for in the Estimates
for the said year, are hereby declared to have been
lawfully expended for the services mentioned in the
said Schedule.
Passed the day of ,1952.


Clerk of the Legislative Council.











APPROPRIATION


SCHEDULE_

Head Services Amount
I.. s. d.


Pensions
Governor
Agriculture
Government Launch
Government Undertakings,
Hospitals
Miscellaneous
Post Office
Public Library

Total Local Expenditure



Imperial Grants
Education
Social Welfare
Social Welfare Conference
Training of Junior Personnel
Grant to Vivian White
Evening Classes


.589.
74.
3,904.
252.
268.
733.
8,113.
570.
6.


10.
6.
10.
5.
3.
1.
. 3.
8.
4.


14,512. 19. 2.


V
III
IX
Xvi
XX
XXII






V1"
XXVI
XXIX
Xxx
XXXII
XXX III


3,896. 2. 7.
71. 1. 0.
131. 1. 5.
420. 9. 6.
50. 0. 0.
16. .8. 5
19,098. 2. 1.


1952


'ORD.













1952 PENSIONS ORD



DOMINICA

ORDINANCE NO. OF 1952.

1 assent

1952. Governor,

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND FURTHER THE
PENSIONS ORDINANCE, 1944.
(Gazetted 1952)
BE it enacted by the Legislature of Dominica as
follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
PENSIONS (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 1952. Short Title
and shall be read as one with the Pensions Ordinance, Ords. Nos.
1944. as amended, (hereinafter referred to as the prin- 9 of 1941
cipal Ordinance.) 10 of 1946
19 of 1941
2. Regulation 28 (a) of the Pensions Regulations, Amendment
1944, contained in the First Schedule to the principal tion 2 (a)
Ordinance is hereby amended by deleting the full stop
at the end thereof and adding the following :--
in excess of ten years, until the maximum
of four-hundred-and--eighty seven--hun-
dred--and--twentieths is reached".
3. This Ordinance shall be deemed to have come Commence-
into operation on the 25th day, of September, 1944. ment

Passed this day of 1952.


Clerk of the Legislative Council


S1480/50










1951 ORDER IN COUNCIL -I. I. 1942 B 43
MERCHANT SHIPPING




DOMINICA
IMPERIAL INSTRUMENT NO. 1942 OF: 1951.
DESERTERS FROM FOREIGN SHIPS
THE MERCHANT SHIPPING (FOREIGN DESERTERS)
(KINGDOM OF NORWAY) ORDER, 1951
Made ...... ...... ...... 14th November, 1951
Laid before Parliament 15th November, 1951
Coming into Operation 28th November, 1951
At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 14th November, 1951
Present
The King's Most Excellent Majesty in Council
Whereas section 238 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894(a)
(hereinafter referred to as the Act ") makes provision for the
apprehension, and conveyance on board their, ships, of deserters
from foreign merchant ships ; and by subsection (1) of that sec-
tion it is provided that where it appears to His Majesty that due
facilities are or will be given by the. Government of any foreign
country for recovering and apprehending seamen who desert from
British merchant ships in that country,. His Majesty may by
Order in Council stating that such facilities are or.will be given.
declare that that section shall apply in the case of such foreign
country, subject to any limitations, conditions and qualifications
contained in the Order :
And whereas by an Order in Council(b) made on the 18th day
of August, 1852, under s ecion 1 of the Foreign Deserters Act, 1852
(c). it is provided (amongst other things) that seamen'whoevith-
in His Majesty*s dominions desert from merchant ships belonging
to subjects of the King of Norway shall be .liable, to be appre-
lended a-nd. carried on board their respective ships ; which said
Order in' Council is, by virtue,, of the. provisions of section 745 of
thekAct. still in force as if it had been .made.under the Act:
A' d hd wiete'a by section 738'of the Actitis provided (amongst.
other things) .that where His Majesty,.has.ipo(er under the Act









B 44 1951 ORDER IN COUNCIL I. I. 1942
MERCHANT SHIPPING



to make an Order in Council, His Majesty may from time to time
by Order in Council revoke, alter or add to any order so made :
And whereas it appears to His Majesty thaL due facilities are
given by the Government of the Kingdom of Norway for recover-
ing and apprehending seamen who desert from British merchant
ships in that country ;
And whereas it is 'expedient that certain provisions of the
said Order in Council should be revoked and superseded by the
provisions of this Order :
Now, therefore, His Majesty, in exercise of the powers con-
ferred upon Him as aforesaid and of all other powers enabling
Him in that behalf, is pleased, by and with the advice of His
Privy Council, to order and declare, and it is hereby ordered and
declared, as follows:-
1.-(1) This Order may be cited as "The Merchant Shipping
(Foreign Deserters) (Kingdom of Norway) Order, 1951 ", and
shall come into operation on he 28th day of November, 1951.
(2) In this Order
(a) the expressions Colony "and "British protected
person have respectively the same meanings as
they have in or for the purposes of the British
Nationality Act. 1948(d) ; and
(b) the expression "Kingdom of Norway" means the
territories of His Majesty the King of Norway with
the exception of Jan Mayen Island and Svalbard
and His overseas dependencies.
(3) The Interpretation Act, 1889(e). shall apply to the
interpretation of this Order as it applies to the inter-
pretation of an Act of Parliament.
2. The provisions of the said Order in Council made on the
18th day of August, 1852, to the extent to which they relate to
seamen who when within the United Kingdom, any of the Chan-
nel Islands, the Isle of Man or any Colony desert from, merchant
ships belonging to the Kingdom of Norway are hereby revoked.
3. Section 238 of the Act shall apply in the case of the King.
dom of Norway subject to the following limitations, conditions
and qualifications, namely,
(a) the said section shall only apply as respects seamen









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and apprentices who desert from ships registered at
any port in the Kingdom of Norway, and when those
ships are within the United Kingdom, any of the
Channel Islands, the Isle of Man or any Colony ; and
(b) nothing in the said section shall be taken to confer
any power or impose any duty or obligation on any
court, justice or officer in relation to the apprehension,
or conveyance on board his ship, of a deserter who
satisfies that court justice or officer that he is:--
(i) a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies or a
Southern Rhodesian citizen or a British protected
person : or
(ii) a person in respect of whom there is reasonable
ground for believing that his life or liberty will be
endangered, for reasons of race, nationality,
political opinion or religion, in any country to w which
his ship is likely to go.
F. J. Fernau.
(a) 57 & Vict, c. 60 (b) S.R. & 0. Rev. 1904, vmii Merchant
Shipping, p. 86.
(c) 15 & 16 Viet. c. 26
(d) 11 & 12 Geo, 6. c. 56 (e) 52 & 53 Vict. c. 63












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1952 FOREST, SOIL AND WATER SRO. 10 A 18
CONSERVATION




DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO, 1I OF 1952.
THE TRANSINSULAR ROAD (FOREST RESERVE) PROCLA-
MATION, 1952, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL
UNDER AUTHORITY OF SECTION 16 OF THE FOREST,
SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION ORDINANCE, 1946.
(No. 14 OF 1946).
(Gazetted 17th March, 1952)
BY THE GOVERNOR

A PROCLAMATION
C. ADDISON HARNEY,
Acting Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 16 of the Forest, Soil and
Water Conservation Ordinance, 1946, it is enacted that
the Governor in Council may, by Proclamation published
in the Gazette, proclaim any Crown Lands to be a
Forest Reserve:
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that a portion of
Crown Lands in the G'leau Gommier Region situate in
the Parishes of St. Joseph and St. Andrew be set apart
as Forest Reserve :
NOW, THEREFORE, I, CLARENCE ADDISON
HARNEY, Acting Administrator of.Jthe Colony of Dom-
inica, by and with the advice of the Executive Council
of the said Colony and in the exercise of the powers
vested in me by the said Ordinance, DO HEREBY
ORDER AND PROCLAIM as follows:---
1. This Proclamation may be cited as the Trans-
insular Road (Forest Reserve) Proclamation, 1952. Shor title
2. The portion of land described in the schedule Establish
hereto shall be and is hereby declared to be a Forest ment of For-
Reserve. est Reserve










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CONSERVATION



GIVEN at Government House, Dominica, this
5th day of March, 1952, and in the first year
of Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.
43/52
SCHEDULE
The portion of Crown Lands situate in the G'leau Gommier
Region in the Parishes of St. Joseph and St. Andrew to be called
the Transinsular Road Forest Reserve containing 1055.5 acres and
bounded as hereunder--a plan of which is available for inspection
at the Forest Office.
BOUNDARIES
NORTH The Carib: Trail and old French Road.
SOUTH-WEST -- Steep ridges of G'leau Gommier Region.
SOUTH-EAST Steep ridges of the Pegua Catchment.
WEST G'leau Gommier slopes.
MARKS ON THE GROUND Cut lines, paths, rivers and con-
crete monuments at all major
changes in direction.















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