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Title: Official gazette - Dominica
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    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 9 of 1952: Dominica Scholarship (Amendment) Rules,1952
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    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 12 of 1952: Double Taxation Relief (Taxes on Income) (Canada) Order, 1952
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    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 13 of 1952: Banana (Amendment) Rules, 1952
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    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 14 of 1952: Trading with th Enemy (Revocation) Order, 1952
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Dominica.


Gazette.


uIublisbeb bp t o r i t P.

VOL. LXXV ROSEAU, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1952. No. 19.


Government Notices.


No: 70
APPLICATIONS FOR LIBRARY TRAINING
COURSE TRINIDAD- 1952.
APPLICATIONS are invited for suitably
qualified persons for a Library Training
Course in Trinidad. The Course will be
held under the auspices of the Eastern
Caribbean Regional Library of which Mr.
S W. HOCKI:Y, F. L. A., is the Director.
The candidate selected will be expected to
take the December examination set by the
institution.
2. On successful completion of the course
the candidate may beappointed to the post
of Assistant Librarian, Public Library,
Roseau, Dominica, which it is proposed to
create in the near future on the salary
scale of $624 x $18 to $864 p a. plus Cost
of Living Allowance at the appropriate
rate (at present 30 per cent.)
3. Applicants should possess the Cam-
bridge School Certificate or its equivalent.
Applications from young unmarried women
holding the Cambridge School Certificate
Grade "A" or B with a good pass in
English will be preferred. Applications
should be made in writing and addressed
to the Acting Administrator, Government
Office, in time to reach him before Thurs.
day, 17th April, 1952.
C. 133/51
28th March, 1952.
NO: 72
IT is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that Her Majesty the Queen has
approved this date already announced for


the King's Birthday this year, namely
Thursday 5th June, being chosen for the
celebration of her own official Birthday
i nr 1 9 5 2 ~ .. .
Her Majesty has also approved that
her official Birthday should always be
celebrated on a date to be chosen on the
same principle as that adopted by His
late Majesty, namely a Thursday early
in June.
31st March, 19.52.
312/52
No. 73
THE following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with and form part
this Glzette.
No. 9 of 1952. Dominica Scholarship
(Amendment) Rules, 1952.
No. 12 of 1952. Double Taxation Relief
(Taxes on Income) (Canada) Order,
195?.
No. 13 of 1952. Banana (Amendment)
Rules, 1952.
811/51
No 14 of 1952. Trading with the Enemy
(Revocation) Order, 1952.
S. 31'51
7th April, 1952.
No 74
IT is notified for general information,
that the Minutes of the Meeting of the
Legislative Council, held on Thursday, the
25th August, 1949, are published with
this issue of the Official Gazette.
7th April. 1952.
By Order,
VICTOR C. JOSSE,
Government Secretary


D 6 7 / o- __


Official










69 OFFICIAL GAZETTE,

Departmental and
other Notices.
APPOINTMENT OF AMERICAN VICE
CONSUL AT PORT-OF-SPAIN
IT is notified for general information
that Mrs. HELENE E W. FISCHER, former
Vice Consul at Melbourne, Australia, has
been appointed American Vice Consul at
Port. of Spain. Trinidad.
Mrs, HELENE E.W. FISCAER arrivvtd in
Trinidad and assumed her duties on the
16th March, 1952.
3rn April, 1052.
895/48

General Register Office.
Dominica.
24th March. 1952.
Under the Marriage Ordinance, No. 2
of 1910.

THE Registrar General has this day
registered that building situate at Roseau
Dominica, now used for Divine Worship
by the Roseau Congregation of Jehovah's
Witnesses and known as the KINGDOM
HALL OF JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES,
for the publication of Banns in accordance
with Section 19 of the above Ordinance.


IN THE SUPREME COURT OF TIHT
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS
(DOMINICA)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in
pursuance of Rules made by the Chief
Justice under Section 16 of the Leeward
Islands and Windward Islands (Courts)
Order in Council, 1939, The Hoaourable
Puisne Judge assigned to the Dominica Cir-
cuit has appointed Tuesday the 29th day of
April, 1952, at the hour of ten o'clock



TREASU]


MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1952.

in the forenoon and subsequent days for
the sitting of the Court in its Criminal
Jurisdiction at the Court House at Roseau
within the Dominica Circuit.
Dated the 7th day of April, 1952.
A B. MARIE
Ag Registrar of the Supreme Court
of the Windward Islands
and LeCeward Islands
(Do minica.)
NOTICE
Trade Marks Office,
Dominica.
6th March. 1952
FEI'SODENr LIMITED of St. Bridget's
House, Bridewell Place, London, E C.4..
England, Manufacturers, have applied for
the registration of one trade mark con-
sisting of the following word:-

CHLORODENT
in Class 48, that is to say, perfumery
(including toilet articles, preparations for
the teeth and hair and perfumed soap).
The applicants claim that they are law-
fully entitled to the use of the said trade
mark and that the said trade mark is not
in use in Dominica by any other person or
persons to the best of their knowledge
information and belief.
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
i the Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of
the registration of the opposition to said
Trade Mark.
A. B. MARIE.
Ag, Registrar of Trade Marks
Dominica.
Agent:-W.F. Harrison, Esq.,
Roseau,
Dominica.



RY & CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT.
DOMINICA.
18th March, 1952,


NOTICE
There will be sold by Public Auction at the Customs House at 2 30 p m. on
Thursday the 17th April 1952 the following unclaimed goods as follows:
Dominica Trade & Revenue Act 1949 Section 38.

Date I Marks & Nos I Package IBv Whom Bonded


1949 I'
April 12. W. H, Peter No. 5112


E2 cases Flavouring
Extracts


Royal Bank of
Canada.


J. BULLY,- Ag. Financial Secretary.


j i[ l J










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1952 70

TREASURY & CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT.,
DOMINICA.
J8th. March, 1952.
NO rICE
There will be sold by Bublic Auction at the Customs House Roseau at 2.30 p.m.
on Thursday the 1.7th April 1952 the following unclaimed goods as follows:
Dominica Trade & Revenue Act 1949 Section 27 (4).


Date Marks &Nos.
Oct. It T. D S. No 7*29
17 l. A D No. 1
21 [,(E 10D) No. 215/1
21 L.A D.
2.1 l..A. Dupigny No. 839
21 TD S. No 1.46
2505
21 ,, No. 147
Nov. 19 AJL.B. & Co No. 18
19 '12372
IRABONES No. 2994
2:1 ;E. G.
Sept. 27 .l.lB. & Co No. A. 161
Nov. 27 E.E G. & Co No. I
*Oct. 26 IA.A.R No.1
26 .JR.H B.
21 T.D1). Siillingfori No. A845/1
21 'C (3 Phiflip No. A820/1
,, i L A. Dopigny No A840/1
21 ]T.D.S. & Co. No. A847/1
-Oct. 21 Y J
A A660 I
Mav 3; J.L.B. No 0(05
Oc1.. 30 i.B D.
.Nov. 27 -7.:.
-Jan. 25 H 1B.
i)/50 29/1 SO80 I
":;.,. V 20,112
.J;n. '0 l.. D.5
<)ct. 11 t' ).S.


Package
c-s Men's Felt Hats
,, Garments
,, lion rods
Bale of Blankets
C/s. Rayon Goods
Rayon Shirts
Bale of Cotton Towels
C/s Floor Wax
,, Hardware
etns. Aluminum Utensils
Bale Cotton Piece Goods
,, Twine
3. Cotton sugar bags
32 ctns. books
C. s Rayon Satin
,. Rayon Goods

,, Rayon Piece Goods


Bag Corks,
bundle Galv, Baths

Case March ndise

Ctn. Beer
10 cases Vermout'h


By Whom Bonded
Financial Secy.





., .,












) r*


J. BULLY, -Ag. Ftnuncial Secretary.



TI E LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL

MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS.

DOMINICA.
COUNCIL CHAMBER,
COURT HOUSE, ROSEAU.
THURSDAY 25TH AUGUST, 1949.
AT a meeting of the Legislative Council of Dominica held this
-day:-
PRESENT:
His Honour CLARENCE ADDISON HARNEY, Esquire, President
Acting Administrator.
Officials.
The Honourable ELwIN LLOYD ST. BERNARD, Acting
Crown Attorney.;
The Honourable GEOFFREY MARTIN PUCKRIDGE, Acting
Treasurer.
Members.
The Honourable CLIFTON ALEXANDER HERRIOTT DIUPIGNY,
Member for Roseau;
The Honourable ARTHUR PEMBERTON, M em be r for the
Southern District:
'The Honourable GEORGE AUSTIN WINSTON, Member for the
Western District;









71 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1952.

The Honourable TYRELL MICHAEL BERTRAND, Member for
the Northern District;
The Honourable CLEMENT JOSEPH LEONARD DUPIGNY, First
Nominated Member;
The Honourable JAMES OTTO AIRD, Second Nominated
Member.
The Honourable HOWELL DONALD SHILLINGFORD, Third
Nominated Member.
ABSENT:-~
The Honourable Mrs. ELMA NAPIER, Member for the Eastern
District; (On Leave )
PRAYER.
The Meeting was opened with prayer.
CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES.
The Minutes of the meetings held on Wednesday, the 8th De-
cember, 1948 and Thursday, the 9th December, 1948, having been
previously circulated to members, were taken as read, amended
and confirmed.
OATHS.
The Oath of Allegiance was administered to the following
members :-
His Honour C. Addison Harney,
The Honourable E.L. St. Bernard, Acting Crown Attorney.
The Honourable G.M. Puckridge, C.M.G.,E. D.,Ag. Treasurer.
and also to Mr. D. K. Burton, Clerk of Council.
PAPERS LAID.
The following papers were-laid on the Table by the Acting
Crown Attorney :
S.R. & 0. Nos. 7, 8, 9, 17, 18, 20, 22. 24 and 25 of 1949.
(a) Estimates of Colihaut Village Board for 1949.
(b) Estimates of Wesley Village Board for 1949.
(c) Estimates of La Plaine Village Board for 1949.
(d) Estimates of Grand Fond Village Board for 1949.
(e) Estimates of Calibishie Village Board for 1949.
(t) Report of the Director of Colonial Audit on the accounts
of Dominica for 1946.
(g) Annual Accounts for 1947,
(h) Report on Education Department for 1948.
(i) Renort on Agricultural Department for 1947.
(j) Report on Registrar's Department for 1948.
(k) Report on Police Department for 1947.
(1) Report on Prison Department for 1948.
NOTICES.
The Acting Crown Attorney gave notice of his intention to
move, at a later stage of the proceedings, the first reading of the
following Bills ;--
(a) An Ordinance to provide for the regulation of traffic
on roads and for the licensing and taxation of
vehicles and for purposes connected therewith.
(b) An Ordinance relating to Building Societies.
(c) An Ordinance to provide for the award of the Domi-
nica Agricultural Scholarship.
(d) An Ordinance to provide for an additional type of
birth certificate.
(e) An Ordinance to amend the Registration of Births
and Deaths Ordinance, 1916.
(j) An Ordinance relating to Estate and Succession
Duties.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY APRIL 7, 1952. 72

(g) An Ordinance to constitute the Financial Secretary
the Head of the Treasury Department and to enable
him to perform all the duties of Treasurer.
(h) An Ordinance to provide for the registration of
Clubs.
(i) An Ordinance to further amend the Crown Lands
Ordinance, 1915.
The Acting Treasurer gave notice of his intention to move, at
a later stage of the proceedings, the first reading of the following
Bills:-
(a) An Ordinance to amend the Electricity Supply
(Local Loan) Ordinance, 1928.
(b) An Ordinance to amend the Pensions Ordinance,
1944.
(c) An Ordinanco to repeal the Griffin Pension Act,
1939.
(d) An Ordinance to validate the payment of Pensions
and Gratuities by the Roseau Town Council to cer-
tain of their officers and servants in contravention
of the provisions of the Pensions Regulations, 1944.
(e) An Ordinance further to amend "The Customs Im-
port and Export Tariff Consolidation Ordinance,
1930.
(f) An Ordinance further to amend the Income Tax
Ordinance, 1925.
The Acting Treasurer gave notice of his intention to move,
at a later stage of the proceedings, the adoption by the Council of
a Resolution regarding Supplementary Votes for the quarter end-
ed 31st December, 1948.
RESOLUTIONS.
Supplemtentary Votes for Quarter ended 31st December, 1948.
The Acting Treasurer, seconded by the Acting Crown Attor-
torney, moved the adoption by the Council of the following Reso-
lution, notice of which had been previously given:-
RESOLVED that this Council hereby approves of the expen-
diture set forth in the Schedule hereto annexed with respect to
the quarter ended 31st December, 1948, and amounting to Forty
Seven Thousand Four Hundred and Eighty Dollars and Sixty
.Seven Cents in addition to the sums which have been provided in
the Estimates for the financial year commencing 1st January,
1.948, and ending 31st December, 1948.
SCHEDULE.
No. .\V. Lead Service Amount J Exph]uitioi
1 108 IV Administra ion Vnte inaiflicient.
2. (intinge(nies 25.00U AI.P. 143-2/48.
2 66 IV Admlinistration Vote in- nicient.
3. Govt. Louse an"l 1.P. 1432/48.
Grounds Upkeep of 300,00
3 122 V Agriculture To provide for con-
(3) Development & tinuation of .Scheme
WVelfare Schemes 1). 5:3 ti :ilt I cei-
Sekeine 1). 53 E. ber, 1 9 4 s. I'.
1. P. Emolument.s 3,067.20 769/47.
4 122 V. Agriculture To provide fur con-
(3) Development & tiudiation of Scheme
Welfare Schemes D. 53 to 31st )e-
Scheme D. 53 K member, 1948. M..p
2. Transport and 709/17.
SulLis-tenee 900.00









OFFICIAL GAZQT#T?, MONDAY,


APRIL 7, 1952.


5 122






6 122





7 122





8. 100






9 86


VI. Audit
Acting Allow dance
to Auditor


11 78 VII. Education
(2) Primary
2. Furniture
12 103 VII. Education
(2) Primary
2. Furniture
13 80 VII. Education
(3) Secondary
A. Grammar School
2. Furniture &
Books
14 70 VII. Education


(3) Secondary
A. Grammar School
4. Expenses Cambridge
Local Exam. Centre
15 65 IX. Government TJndertl
(1) G.M. Depot
1. P. Emoluments


Government Underta
G.M. Depot
P. Emoluments


V. Agriculture
(3) Development & Welfare
Schemes
Schemes D. 53 E.
3. Agricultural Sta-
tions 3,12@.00
V. Agriculture
(3) Development & Welfare
Schemes
Scheme D. 53 E.
4. War Bonus 523.20
V. Agriculture
(3) Development & Welfare
Schemes
Scheme 1). 53 E.
5. Contingencies 237.60
V. Agriculture
(6) Development & Welfare
Schemes
Scheme 1). 1019
New Offices for
Agricultural Dept. 500.00
VI. Audit
I. P. Emoluments 79.84


Amount required to
meet Dominica's al-
28.16 location of Acting
Allowance paid to
Auditor Windward
Islands Mr. P. R.
Ells, whilst acting as
Principal Auditor.
MLP. 1520/48.

Vote insufficient.
100.00 -M.P. 1484/48.

Vots insufficient.
83.00 M.P. 1484/48.




Vote i!ti..i ,
1,406.40 M.P. 1351/47.



Vote insufficient.
75.00 M. P. 1441/48.
kaings
To meet overtime
90.72 fees in respect of Mr.
G. A. Winston for
1947. M.P. C 1/48.
kings.
To meet overtime
350.00 fees to Staff of Gov-
ernment Fruit Pack-
ing D) epo t. M. P.
1452/48.


To provide for con-
tinuation of Scheme
D. 53 to 31st De-
cember, 1948. M.P
769/47.

To provide for con-
tinuation of Scheme
D. 53 to 31st De-
cember, 1948. M.P.
769/47.
To provide for con-
tinuation of Scheme
t). 53 to 31st De-
cember, 1948. M.P.
769/47.
Amount required to
meet expenditure to
be incurred up to 31st
I)ecember, 1948.
M,P. 769/47.
1M.P. 1684/48.
To meet Dominica's
proportion of increase.
in salaries of the Prin-
cipal Auditor a ii d
Asst. Auditor. .J.P.
C 24/45.


10 124


16 94









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1952. 74


17 95 X.
(1)
3.
18 95 X.
(1)
8.
19 95 X.
(1)
9.
20 95 X.
(1)
10.
21 69 X.
( 1)
J 1.
22 89 X.
(4)
8.


2:1 89 X..
(1)
10.


24 9 X.N.
(5)



25 90 X.
(3)
4.


G(; 90 X.
(5)



27 101 X.
(6)


Hospitals.
Roseau Hospital.
Alcohol
Hospitals
Roseau Hospital
Fuel & Lighting
Hospitals
Roseau Hospital
Xecessaries
Hospitals.
Roseau IHospital.
Food for Nurses
Hospitals
Roseau Hospital
Co-,tingeicies
Hospitals.
G(randl;ay hospital
Fuel & Lighting


Hospitals
( raillAvty I hospital
( t in.ge niu cius


llospit.!s
Lepelr liMno
2. I'rovisions


Hospitals
Leper 'loniee
XNecessaries


Ho1:pitals
l.epIe Ihoume
i.. Contilngeucies


hospitals
Clhnritable Allowances
8. Balahlu Town
Orphanage


-2 116 XL Labour department
1. P1. Emoluments



29 99 XIT. L'gaL.
(1) Jludicial
1. P. Emoluments


:0 104


XII. Legal.
(2) Crown Law Office
1. P. Emoluments


31 68 XII. Legal
(3) Magistrates
2. Transport Allowance
Magistrate Dist. "E"
32. 112 XIII. Legislature
1. Allowance to
Members
33. 98 XIII. Legislature
2. Travelling


Vote insufficient.
10.00 M.P. 1384/48.

Vote insufficient.
144.00 M.P. 1384/48.

Vote insufficient.
400.00 31.P. 1.384/48.

Vote insufficient.
400.00 M.P. 1384/48.

Vote insufficient.
120.00 M..P. 1384/48.

Vote insufficient due
15.00 to increased cost of
articles.
-AM.P. 1.612/48.

Y ote :. .ii,. i..t, idue
6.00 to the increased co-ist
of articles. M. P.
1612/48.

Vote insufficient due
710,00 to the increased cost
of articles and provi-
sions. M.P.1616/48.

Vote h 11ii ,Ii due
21.00 to the increased cost
of articles and provi-
siAons. M.P. 1616/48.

Vote insufficient due
27.00 to the increased cost
of articles and provi-
sions. MLP.1616/48.

Vote insufficient due
to the fact that the
24.00 amount in respect of
)December, 1947
quarter was paid in
1948. M.P.1687/48.

39.00 Vote insufficient due
to upgrading of post
of Messenger. 31.P.
1680/4.-

Vote insufficient.
$8.00 M.P. 968/47.

To meet difference in
19.20 salary of messenger
due to upgrading of
post. M.P. 168/48.


Vote insufficient.
230.00 M.P. 1440/48.

Vote insufficient.
40.00 M.P. 1648/48.

120.00 Vote insufficient.
M.P. 1648/48.











OPWIGIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1952.


34. 74 XIV. Medical
(3) Development & Welft
Schemes
Scheme D. 109
1. P. Emoluments


35. 74 XIV. Medical
(3) Development & Welf,
Schemes
Scheme D. 109
2. Transport &
Travelling

36. 74 XIV. Medical
(3) Development & Welfar
S cli emes
Schemes D. 109
3. .1 rugs, instruments,


37. 71 XIV.
(3)


M medical
Development & Welfare
Schemes
Schemes I). 109
4. Miscellaneous


38. 105 XVI L. Miscellawneous
1. Substlitutes for
Officials
39. 92 XV11. Miscellaneous
3. Printing





40. 105 XVII. Miscellaneous
4. Stationery

41. 92 XVll. Miscellaneous
7. Transport of Officials

42. 111 XV] I. Miscellaneous
12. Refunds of
Overpayments
43. 105 XVII. Miscellaneous
18. Sundries

44. 81 XVII. Miscellaneous
26. War Bonus


45. 82 XVII. Miscellaneous
26. War Bonus

46. 85 XVII. Miscellaneous
26. War Bonus



47. 96 XVII, Miscellaneous
32. Subsidy for Inter
Colonial care and
passenger service







48. 67 XVII. Miscellaneous
"Write Off" of
Unallocated Stores
short received


ire To meet amount re-
quired for continue.
tion of Scheme D.
252.00 109 until 31st De-
cember, 1948. M.P.
369/41.

ire To meet amount re-
quired for continua-
tion of Scheme D.
109 until 31st De-
175.00 cember, 1948. M.P.
369/41.

e 'To meet amount re-
quired for continua-
tion of Scheme D.
109 until 3lst D)e-
220.00 member, 1948. M.1P.
369/41.

To meet amounts re-
quired for continua-
tion of Schlieme ). 109
270.00 until 31st December,
1948 M.P.369/-11.

Vote inuttficieii.
360.00 M.P. 1I75/48.

3,000.00 Vote exceeded ,Ilie to
tihe inicreiase(d cost. of
paper and tihe [print
ing of draft Bill etc.
in Harbados. M. 1-
1] 373/48.

700.0o Vote insulticient.
M P. 1375/48.

1,000 00 Vote ui<;ontrollaile.
M.P. 1375/48.


102.60 Vote insufficient.

100.00 Vote insflicient.
M.P. ]3,5/48

10,200 00 To meet War Bonus to
Senior Officials 1947
to 1948. M.P.

8,000 00 Vote insufficient.
M P 1375/48.

550.94 To meet increase in
War Bonus to Domi-
nica Pensioners. M.P.
1210/48.

Vote insufficient due
to the fact that the
960.00 amount in respect of
the December, 1947
Quarter was paid in
March, 1948 and also
to the increased sub-
sidy for November and
December. M. P.
1456/48.

To meet "write off" of
I drum cement and
137.12 82 bagm eement. M.P.
1350/47.











OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY APRIL,7, 1952.


49. 72 XVIL Miscellaneous
Rent if Piemnises







50. 75 XVII. Misceilan eous
Laateun Baiinanas
1 ure.tigationl of


-51. 84- XV1L


Miscellaneous
Visit of H.M. Ships


50.00









212.00







280.00


'2. 113 XVI-. Miscellaneous
Reimuleratioln to
(. MI. Clarke 57.60



33. 79 X\' t11. Municipal
2. Cleaning and
Siniiiing To a P/miouth 240.00



5l. 77 XIX. Police
7. Transportl and.
Subsistence 100.00
55. 107 XJX Police
7- Transport and
Subsistence 100 00
.; 120 N X, Police
8. Tran uprt of
Officers 30 74
.7 77 XIX. Police
9. 1Jcycles, Maintaelnance
and purchase of 30 00
-8. 77 XIX. Police
10. Detective & Special
services 480.00
59 77 XIX. Police
17, Rent of Stal.ions 70 00

(0. 87 XIX Police
17 Rent of Stations 8 60)

9I. 97 XX. Post Ol1ice
2. Letter Sorter's Pay 50.00

362. 123 XX. Post Ollice
2. Letter Sorter's Pay 12.00

63, 83 XXI. Prisons
7. Supplies for Prison
Bakery 1,900.00
64, 91 XXI. Prisons
8 C('ontiigencies 50.00

65. 114 XXIV. Public Works Recurrent
10. Miscellaneous
Minor Works 100.00
66. 118 XXIV. Public Works .Recurrent
14, Rental Additional
Storeroom 95 00
67. 71 XXV. Public Works Extraordinary
Repairs to Floor Warehouse 300 00


To meet rent of pie-
rlises occupied by Mr.
V.A. Widsston acting
as (.O.E.D. and Ma-
gistrate Ilist. "F" for
period 1/8/48--
31/12/tR.
MAL P. 133/4-.

To 41eeit c-Nxliei-es in-
curred by ilessrs.H.).
Shilliiigfird mid L.L.
1e, Vertinil on visit to
Guiadeloupe re investi-
gation (of L a c acat a n

5M. P. 1298/48.

To meet expenses in-
curred in the entertain-
iient of tlie crew f
His Majesty's Ships.
ALP. 1397/46.

Remuineiration for ser-
vices rendered as in-
terpreterlat the C'ircuit
Court during 1947 and
W4 8, M.P. 1392/4i8.

Vote insuifficieni due
to increase ill work
carried out in cleaning
and draining towmn.
M.P. 1.)13'48.

Vote insufficient.
M. P. 12-18/48.

Vote insutiicieiiit.
MLP. 124S8/48.

\i ,a inintiicient.
M.P. [248/4,.

\IUe inuolticiiit.



M P. 1248/48,

Vo te iiisltiicint,.
MlP. 1248/48.

Vote insuflitienlt.
MI P. 1248/4,.

Vote insulticienii
M.P 16(31/48.


Vote insuflicient.
M.P. 1031/48.

Vote insuflicieiil.
M P. 1247/48.

Vole insullicient,
M.P. 1247/48


V ote :I ..i, ,,I
M.P. 376/48.


YVte insulliciienlt.
M.P. 376/48.

T(o menet eot pf re-
pairs to JFlor Ware-
louse. M P. 432/48.











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6"8. 106 XXV. Public Works Extraordinar
Pegoua Bridge Repairs of



6@. 121 XXV. Public Works Extraordinat
Reconstruction of Streets
Portsmouth

70. 93 XXVII. Supply Office
5. War Bonus




71. 115 XXVIII. Treasury, Customs,
Port etc.
1. P. Emoluments
72, 73 XXVIII. Treasury, CustOmis,
Port etc.
1. P. Emohluents


77. 109 XXVIILI


Treasury, Customs,
Port etc
2 Labels & Badges
under Licencing Acts,
and for Runm Depots


74. 117 XXVIII. Treasury, Customs,
Port etc
3. Contingencies
75. 10Y XXVIII. Treasury, Customs,
Port etc.
7. Wages, Casual boatime
anid aidwaiters
76. 119 XXVIIl. Treasury, Customs,
Port. etc.
7. Wages, Casual boatine
and aidwaiters
77. 76 XXVIII. Treasury, Customs,
Port etc.
13. Rewards & expenses
in the protection of
revenue
78. 110 XXVIII. Treasury, Customs,
Port etc.
Travelling Allowance
to Income Tax
Comptroller
79. 88 XXXII. Development & Welfare
Schemes.
Scheme D. 200 C(v)
Domestic Training
Course Barbados


'7


To meet expenses to
be incurred on the re-
pairing of the Pegoua
Bridge. M P. 815/48.

Supplementary vote to
meet excess on Scheme
D. 23. M P. 316/41.


245.55 To meet War Bonus
to Senior Officials
1947 and 1948 (Sup-
ply Dept.) M. P.
1675/48.

Vote insufficient.
200.00 M P 813/48.

To meet allowance to
240.00 Income Tax Commit-
sioner. M.P. 1326, 47.

Excess due to increase
in number of Boats,
Bicycles, Carts, Huck-
6.20 sters. Tobacco Ped-
dlars, and manmfactune
of Rmun, lhe nce (c us -
quent i i (: r vase :tf
Labels & badges
M P. 813/48.

Vote insufllicient.
30.00 M.P. 813/-18.


n Vote insufficient.
100.00 M V. 813:48.


t Vote insufficient
5000 M.P 813148.



Vote insufficient.
120.00 M.P. 715/48.


Not provided for in
1948 Estimates. M.P.
160.00 1253/43.

Amount to meet sub-
sistence allowance and
incidentals in connec-
768 00 tion with the training
of Miss 1) Jules in
Domestic Science at
Barbados.
M.P. 1096/48.


$47,480.67

The Acting Treasurer explained that the majority of the items
had already been approved by Finance Committee and the others
under Celonial Development and Welfare had received the ap-
proval of the Secretary of State.
Mr. H. D. Shillingford, Third Nominated member, said that
it was a pity that the Agricultural Superintendent was away on
leave as the new man acting for him was not in a position to an.
swer any query that members may wish to put as regards Agri.
culture.
The Member for the Southern District wanted information as
regards the work that had been done in the Demonstration Cen-
tres, because people had been complaining about the lack of plants.








OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1952. 78

The Member for Roseau informieffHis Honour the Acting Ad-
ministrator that Mr. Arrowsmith, the Administrator, had promised
that the Agricultural Department would provide Legislative Coun-
cil with a statement showing the number of plants available, the
number of plants distributed, and the number of persons on the
waiting list. He said that this information should be given as
early as possible as the matter was raised notonly in January last,
but appeared to be an annual question. The Agricultural Super-
intendent had claimed that there were not sufficient funds to pro-
vide the required number of plants, and consequently, more money
was voted ; then he said there was not enough land, and Govern-
ment provided landat Goodwill, yet the position as regards the sup-
plying of plants still remained the same. He felt that people
could not wait indefinitely for citrus plants,
The President p omised to get the necessary information.
Under Head VII, Education, the member for Roseau enquired
about the present position of the Soufriere School. He explained
that the School had been promised for years and that conditions
there could not be more unsatisfactory than they were. Besides
the fact that the building and site were undesirable, the owners
were in need of the building, and up to the present Government
had not built the promised new school.
The Members for the Southern and Western Districts respec-
tively supported the member for Roseau. They claimed that for
the last 25 years, Soufriere had been promised a new school build-
ing and felt that it wasa crying shame that the promise had
never been fulfiled.
The President informed members that a grant of 27,000 had
been approved for school buildings and it was proposed to proceed
with the Soufriere School building very shortly.
The Acting Treasurer pointed out that Supplementary votes
were being discussed and it was not customary to raise general
subjects during such discussions. If members wanted to raise
sucn questions that should be done afterwards.
The member for Roseau, however, informed the Acting Trea-
surer that the moment a department sought a supplementary vote,
tne whole of that department was subject to questioning. That
was parliamentary procedure.
The member for the Northern District remarked on the dila-
pidated condition of the furniture in the schools of the Northern
District and was of the opinion that the schools there were being
overlooked.
On a question by the member for Roseau, the President in-
formed members that the new Headmaster for the Grammar
School would arrive in February, He had gone on vacation leave
prior to taking up his appointment here. The post of Assistant
Master was still under consideration.
Under Head X, the third Nominated Member remarked that
a small electric plant had been promised for the Portsmouth Hos-
pital. The money had been voted on the 1948 Estimates and ap-
proved, yet nothing had been done. The doctor still had to use
torches and hurricane lamps when operating at nights. This prac-
tice was not only dangerous but liable to affect both the doctor's
reputation and the patient's life. Equipment could not be obtain-
ed from London and they were not allowed to order from other
centres where things could be got even cheaper. Portsmouth had
one of the best surgeons Dominica has ever had and lots of per-
sons go there to be operated upon, even from Roseau and the
matter had been prolonged long enough. He said that it had been
hanging on the tapis for at least two years.
The President informed members of a small lighting plant
that had been offered to Government but he was under the im-
pression that it was for the Mariget Hospital and promised to go
'into the matter.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1952.
The Third Nominated l~ihber said that some time last year
he had bi&6tght to the notice of the Administrator an institution in
British Guiana where lepers c6uld be treated and a cure effected.
He said that some of the neighboring iWlands had already sent
lepers there and that he had suggested to the administration that
the facilities afforded in British Guiana should be made use of for
the lepers here. He wanted to know whether any steps had been
taken.
The President informed the Members that a new drug by the
name of Sulphethrone, which was supposed to be very effective,
had been introduced at the Leper Home here, and inquired whe-
ther that was the same drug that was being used at the Institution
referred to by the Third Nominated Member.
The Member for the Western District said it was not the same
and was of the opinion that the new drug used at the Leper Home
here did not cure, but alleviated pain and rendered the disease
non-contagious. He felt that if there was a possibility of a cure
they should avail themselves of it, and he strongly recommended
that a batch of lepers to sent to British Guiana.
The President promised to go into the matter.
The Member for Roseau enquired as to how soon Government
intended putting up the new building for the Home for the Aged
and Infirm. He said that about four or five years ago the Council
placed 1,000 on the Estimates for an additional building It re-
mained on the Estimates for two or three years and then the
Secretary of State decided that it should be included in the Sketch
Plan. The Sketch Plan had been approved and so something
should be done about it.
The President pointed out that it was the Practical Plan and
not the Sketch Plan that had been approved.
The Member for Roseau, in reply, said that if the 1,000 did
not form part of the Practical Plan it would mean that the erection
of the new building had been put aside entirely and, therefore, he
asked that Government make provision for it in next year's Esti-
mates.
He related an incident which took place lately, to prove that
the present Home was too small for the needs of the island. He
felt that it was a disgrace to see people knocking about the streets
as they did and asked that His Honour should look into the mat-
ter and let members know whether provision had been made on
the Practical Plan or not.
Under Head XII Legal, the member for the Northern District
brought up the question of Subsistence Allowance to Jurors. He
said that he had recommended an increase which was put on the
1949 Estimates. He said further that the necessity for this in.
crease was becoming more pronounced, and recommended that
His Honour go into the matter so as to enable the country jurors
to get the increase recommended with retrospective effect from
1st January, 1949.
Under Head XIV Medical, the Member for Roseau expressed
his dissatisfaction at hearing that a retired man had been appoint-
ed as Senior Medical Officer. He said that a young man should
be appointed as he felt they could not ask officers here to retire,
who had reached the retiriilg age, and at the same time appoint
men who had been retired in another country to posts here, unless
thdre were:some special reasons as there had been in the case of
the Financial Secretary.
Mr. H.D. Shillingford, the Third Nominated Member, pointed
out that here was not much work attached to the post of Senior
Medical Officer-and suggested that Government go into the matter
nrid see whether the duties could be performed in conjunction with
the duties of a District Medical Officer. He claimed that it was a
sort bf'remuiierative holiday to thbe Senior Medical Officer as it
stood at present.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE. MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1U52. 80

The member for Roseau said that Mr. H. D. Shillingford,
Third Nominated Member's remarks strengthened his arguments
that a young man should be appointed and more work attached to
him which could not be done in the case of a retired man.
Under Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes, the Mem-
ber for the Western District suggested that these schemes should
be shown separately because when put together with claims for
Special Warrants, a true picture of affairs was not presented. The
amounts applied for are not excesses so they should really not be
treated as Special Warrants, because when grouped together with
these the result is misleading.
The Acting Treasurer promised to bear this in mind and keep
Schemes separate from Special Warrants.
Under Head XVII Miscellaneous--The Member for the Wes-
tern District expressed dissatisfaction at the Council having to
write off 82 bags of cement, and wanted some explanation about
it. He said that he remembered their having to write off 99 bags
of cement which were reported bad and were sold for 5. He had
-since learnt that some of those bags of cement were subsequently
resold at 1 per bag.
The Acting Treasurer explained that there was a discrepancy
between the Public Works Department tally showing what was
short received and that of the ship tally showing what was short
larded. The matter was referred to the Crown Attorney who
said that no 'cross-check could be made Government would have
to bear the loss.
The Member for the Western District could not see how it
was possible for the two tally clerks to have a disparity of 82 bags
of cement. It was usual for the Government tally clerk to carry
out his tallyir.g in 'oncurrence with the ship's tally clerk. He felt
that the Public Works Department was not exercising that mea-
sure of control and safeguard as it should, to have permitted a re-
pelition of this sort of thing.
Under Head XVIII --The Member for Roseau pointed out
that Portsmonth needed an extra $'240 for the cleaning and drain-
ing of the town, and suggested that Government should call upon
the Portsmouth Town Board to increase its taxes, as he saw no
reason why the people of Roseau should pay for everything they
require whereas Portsmouth was allowed to make demands on
General Revenue. Roseau is taxed three times as much as Ports-
mouth and he felt that Roseau could not provide for itself and for
Portsmouth too.
The Acting Treasurer informed members that consideration
is being given to the raising of taxes throughout the island.
The Member for the Northern District explained that this
over expenditure was not exactly a Special Warrant. It was taken
from one item of expenditure to help out another. Portsmouth
had done without lights for a long time and the money was utilised
in this way to meet the increase in cost of wages. He said that
Portsmouth was ever ready to help herself but objected to help-
ing Roseau.
Under Head XIX, Mr. H. D. Shillingford, Third Nominated
Member, pointed out that all recommendations as regards the
Police had been implemented except the interchangeability and
unification of the Police Force. The numbers had been increased,
salaries increased, promotions effected and that most important
thing, the interchangeability of the members of the Police Force
to prevent the local police from controlling his own village, had
not been settled.
The President promised to look into the matter.
The member for the Western District was disturbed at the
number of Special Warrants that had to be passed. He claimed
that at almost every meeting of Finance Committee there were








81 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1952.

Special Warrants to be passed. There were cases Special War-
rants would be needed, but he felt that Heads of Departments
should be very careful when they prepared estimates and elimin-
ate this custom of applying for Special Warrants. There should
be definite adherence to the Estimates.
The President explained that exceptional things have hap-
pened this year, such as the general revision of salaries, etc.
Under Head XXI, Mr. H. D. Shillingford, Third Nominated
Member drew attention to the fact that there has been a large
number of recidivists at the Prison, the reason for this, he felt,
was due to the fact that prisoners scarcely did any work but were
assured of their three meals a day. They were always to be seen
loafing about Government House grounds and the hospital grounds
having a proper rest, and were fed better than their fellowmen
who lived an honest life. Prisoners should be made to grow pro-
visions for the Public Institutions, etc. and unless they were
given work Dominica would have a population of criminals
The members for the Northern District and the Southern
District respectively supported the Third Nominated member's
remarks and suggested that the "Cabrits" at Portsmouth and
"Goodwill" could be planted by the prisoners.
The President said that a note had been made and it would be
followed up.
Under Head XXVIII, Mr H.D. Shillingford, Third Nonminat
ed member brought up the question of the lack of Boat licence
plates which caused great inconvenience to country boatmen. He
said, in the past, these badges were made locally by tin-smiths.
but it was thought wiser to deprive local labour of this labc ur and
badges were imported. The result is that there are none to be
had from abroad and there were no means by which the police-
men could identify boats whose licences had been paid.
The Acting Treasurer promised to look into the matter.
Under Head XXIV, the member for the Northern District
drew attention to the very bad condition of the Portsmouth Jetty.
He said that a new jetty should be erected as the present one was
continually sinking.
The Resolution was passed without amendment.
BILLS.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Honourable Acting Treasurer, the following Bills were read
a first time :
1. The Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1949.
2. The Building Societies Ordinance, 1949.
3. The Dominica Agricultural Scholarship Ordinance, 1949.
4. The Births and Deaths Registration Ordinance, 1949.
5. The Registration of Births and Deaths (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1949.
6. The Financial Secretary Ordinance, 1949.
7. The Registration of Clubs Ordinance, 1949.
8. The Crown Lands (Amendment) Ordinance, 1949.
The Acting Crown Attorney begged leave to withdraw the
Bill entitled the Estate and Succession Duties Ordinance and to
introduce it another time as there were one or two clauses of the
Bill which he would like to go more fully into, as he considered
it an important bill.
The Member for Roseau, however, informed him that he
should not waste his precious time over this Bill as it had very
little hope of success in the House, because the people of Domi-
nica had not sufficient financial background to stand the heavy
impositions which that Bill called for.
The, Acting Crown Attorney suggested that the Bill be first
considered in Executive Council where discussion of the Bill could
take place, but the Member for Roseau pointed out that the Bill








OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1952


had already been read a first time and that it was the second
reading that was being deferred. There was a strong opposition
to it when it was first read and the then Administrator had agreed
to defer the second reading until he and the Crown Attorney could
go into the figures more fully.
On the motion of the Acting Treasurer, seconded by the
Acting Crown Attorney, the following Bills were read a first time;
1. The Electricity Supply (Local Loan) (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1949.
2, The Pensions (Amendment) Ordinance, 1949.
2. The Griffin Pension Act, 1939 (Repeal) Ordinance, 1949.
4. The Gratuities and Reduced Pensions Validating
Ordinance, 1949.
5. The Customs Import and Export Tariff Consolidation
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1949.
6. The Income Tax (Amendment) Ordinance, 1949.
The Dominica Agricultural Scholarship Ordinance, 1949.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer, a Bill entitled "An Ordinance to provide
for the award of the Dominica Agricultural Scholarship" was
read a second time.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer, the Standing Rules and Orders were sus-
pended to allow the Bill to be proceeded with through all its
remaining stages at the same sitting.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer, the Council resolved itself into Committee
to consider the Bill clause by clause.
Mr. H.D. Shillingford, the third Nominated Member, asked
whether this scholarship was in addition to the one Dominica was
entitled to every four years in recognition of the assistance given
to the Imperial College.
The President assured him that it was in addition.
On the. suggestion of the Member for the Western District,
it was agreed that a sub head "(e)" be added to Clause 6 to read.
"An elected member of Legislative Council".
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer, the Committee rose and the Council re.
sumed, and the President reported that the Bill lad passed
through Committee with an additional sub-head to Clause 6.
The report was confirmed.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer, the Bill was read a third time,as amended,
and passed.
ihe Births and Deiths Registration Ordinance, 1949
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer, a Bill entitled "An Ordinance to provide
for an additional type of birth certificate" was read a second
time.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treastirer, tthe Standing Rules and Orders were sus-
pended to allow the Bill to be proceeded with through all the
remaining stages at the same sitting.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer, the Council resolved itself into Committee
to consider the Bill clause by clause.
The Bill passed through the Committee stage without amend-
ment, and the Council resumed.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer, the Bill was read a third time and passed.
ADJOURNMENT,
On the motion of the Acting. Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer, the Council adjourned at 1 p.m. till -2.3
p.m. the same day,









83 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1952.

RESUMPTION,
On resumption at 2.30 p.m., all members present in the
morning were again present.
The Registration of Births and Deaths (Amendment)
Ordinance. 1949.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer, a Bill entitled "An Ordinance to amend
the Registration of Births and Deaths Ordinance, 1949", was
read a second time.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, and seconded
by the Acting Treasurer, the Standing Rules and Orders were
suspended to allow the Bill to be proceeded with through ail the
remaining stages at the same sitting.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer, the Council resolved itself into Committee
to consider the Bill clause by clause.
The Member for Roseau said that though he welcomed the
idea of changing the period of registering a birth from 14 days
to 6 weeks, he felt that the Bill did not go far enough. As it
stood, there would be a possibility of a good many births not being
registered at all. The law exacts that Nurses register births and
f the time were extended to 6 weeks, they will, of course, be re-
lieved from making these registrations, and a good many births
will, therefore, not be registered. He said that he spoke from
experience. He had worked for some time at the Registry. tnd
now as a Notary Public, people were continually coming to him
for certificates to show that he knew them as it was impossible
to trace registration of their birth He suggested that the Bill be
deferred and a more comprehensive Bill prepared. He felt that
a system should be worked out, in which the churches could be re-
quested to collaborate, as at least 99% of the children born alive
in Dominica are christened and the churches keep records. He
felt that some sort of return .sui'h as they make in the case of
marriage returns should be submitted by the ministers.
The Member for the Western District was not in favour of
the Bill being deferred., He said that this suggestion of exten-
sion had come from the Member for Roseau himself. He suggest-
ed that the necessary amendment be made by inserting a new
clause requesting that the churches forward quarterly or monthly
records of all children who have been baptized, just as is done in
the case of marriages.
The Member for Roseau explained that the system used for
marriages would not apply in the case of births, for the simple re-
ason that all ministers are marriage officers, and all they do is pre-
pare their certificates of marriage in duplicate, and send one to the
Registry where they are filed without making any further entries.
This could not work as regards births, as the ministers are free
to enter what they want on their register whereas the Registrar
could not do so. He could not for instance, enter the father's
name of an illegitimate child unless the father wished it.
The Member for the Southern District was of the opinion
that the delay of the Bill for a few weeks or so would not matter
and so supported the motion.
It was decided that the Bill be deferred for further consider-
ation.
I he Financial Secretary Ordinance, 1949.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer, a Bill entitled "An Ordinance to constitute
the Financial Secretary the Head of the Treasury Department
and to enable him to perform all the duties of Treasurer" was
read a second time.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1952. 84

On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer. the Standing Rules and Orders were sus-
pended to allow the Bill to be proceeded with through all its
remaining stages at the same sitting.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer, the Council resolved itself into Commnittee
to consider the Bill clause by clause.
On a question from the Fina'ncial Secretary it was decided
that the Bill should take effect from the 14th August, 1949, the
date on which the Financial Secretary arrived in Dominica
The Bill passed through the Committee stage without amend-
ment, and the Council resumed.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by
the Acting Treasurer, the Bill was read a third time and passed.
The Registration of Clubs Ordinance, 1949.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by the
Acting Treasurer, a Bill entitled "An Ordinance to provide for
the registration of Clubs", was read a second time.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by the
Acting Treasurer, the Standing Rules and Orders were suspended
to L.llow the Bill to be proceeded with through all its remaining
stages at the same sitting.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Att rney, seconded by the
Acting Treasurer, the Council resolved itself into Committee to
consider the Bill clause by clause.
On the motion of the Second Nominated Member, seconded
by the Member for the Northern District, the words "16 years"
.in the first line of Clause 6 (i) were changed to "14 years".
The Member for the Western District suggested that under
Clause 8 the closing hour should be extended to2 a.m. He said
that it was usual to have dances at these proprietary clubs and
it seemed unreasonable to ask them to close down at midnight,
when the fun would have just begun.
The Acting Crown Attorney was not in favour as he pointed
out that the clubs may be so placed that if they are allowed to
keep open to 2 a.m. generally they might prevent citizens from
sleeping Permission could always be obtained to extend the
closing hours if they intended having a dance.
The Member for Roseau supported the Member for the Western
District as he feit that if clubs were required to close too early,
private homes would then become nuisances as the members
would go to a private house to finish up their fun and there the
police would have no control ever them at all.
The Member for the Western District, seconded by the Mem-
ber for the Northern District, moved that midnight be changed
to 2 a.m. The motion was put to the vote and lost---four members
voting in favour and five against.
The Acting Crown Attorney moved that the word "Trea-
surer" in Clause 8 be changed to "Superintendent of Police."
The Member for the Western District was strongly opposed
to this as he felt that the Police should notbe allowed to interfere
in private affairs.
The Acting Crown Attorney explained that the Superinten-
dent of Police being a Peace Officer could get his men to go
around and get details of the clubs and see whether any particu-
lar club is of such repute that it could remain open beyond mid-
night.
The motion was put to the vote and all members were in
favour except the Member for the Western District.
The Acting Crown Attorney suggested that the word "Trea-
surer" in Clause 9 be substituted by the words "Superintendent
of Police".










85 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1952.

The Member for the Western District protested and said that
the Police were given too much authority and that they would
soon overstep their bounds. In no self-respecting community
would such powers be given to the Police.
The Acting Crown Attorney explained that in all civilised
communities where there were proprietary clubs the Police visit
the premises and inquire into the character of the proprietors as
the reputation of a club largely depended upon the character of
the people in charge.
The matter was put to the vote and all were in favour except
the Member for the Western District.
Under Clause 10, the Third Nominated Member inquired why
the annual registration fee was so small in comparison with that
paid by taverns.
The member for Roseau explained that proprietary clubs were
formed so as to provide a place of amusement for a certain class
of people who could not afford to be members of a private club,
and whereas taverns could sell to the entire public these clubs
were restricted to selling to members only. The clientele was so
restricted that if they were asked to day the same fee as taverns,
it would be tantamount to asking them to close down thereby de-
priving this class of people of some place of amusement.
The Second Nominated Member suggested the deletion of
sub-head (f) in Clause 6, He explained that sometimes it hap-
pened a member ran short and would send across to the Club and
buy a bottle of whisky. Under the new regulation that would
be out of the question. It was true that members could borrow
but he thought the question of borrowing just evaded the p,,int.
The Member for Roseau disagreed vehemently. He said that
members of the club should see to it that they were well supplied
with drinks, as the vast majority of people have no clubs to fall
back on if they forgot to buy their drink; they just have to Co
without it. If they allowed this suggestion to go through it would
constitute class legislation.
The Member for the Western District claimed that Clause II
opened a wide channel whereby any man who had ag:'ievance
against a club could make certain charges and the MagisL-ate act-
ing on that could dissolve the club. In fact, he felt the E. 11 aimed
at the small man. It aimed at discrimination against certain
members of the community.
On the motion of the Third Nominated Member, it was was
decided to incorporate Clause II (2) in Clause (I) to read as fol-
lows :-
1I (I). Where a club has been registered in pursuance
of this Ordinance, a Magistrate may on complaint in writing
cause a summons to be issued on the Secretary of the club or
such other person as the Magistrate may direct for appear-
ance before him.
If upon the hearing the Magistrate is satisfied
(a) that the club has ceased to exist;
(b) that it is not conducted in good faith as a club or
that it is kept or habitually used for an unlawful
purpose;
(c) That there is frequent drunkeness in the club prem-
ises;
(d) that illegal sales of intoxicating liquor have taken
place on the club premises;
(e) that the conditions laid down in section 6 are not
being observed;
(f) that the provisions of section 12 of this Ordinance
are not being observed;
he may make an order directing the club to be struck off the
register.








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Sub-section 3 of Clause II then became Subsection 2.
The Third Nominated Member was not in favour of Clause 13.
He said that the books and documents of any Club were for the
Club's own information and not for the Police.
The President explained that this Clause was inserted so that
the Police might ascertain whether the Club in question was a
bona fide one.
The Third Nominated Member said that it was too elastic
and gave the Police too much power.
The Member for the Southern District and the Second No-
minated Member spoke against it. It was pointed out that any
Chief of Police who was at loggerheads with any club and who
wished to be offensive could send his Police for no rhyme or rea-
son to check up on a club.
The Member for the Western District could not understand
how such a Clause could ever have been drafted-in fact, almost
the whole Bill. He felt that the reasons and objects of the Bill
were not as stated but to convert Dominica into a Police State.
If, he said, the Police had some reasons to believe that a club was
'doing something contrary to the law, the Police would bejustified
in coming in to the Manager of the club, informing him of the
position, and stating his intention to make certain examinations,
but he failed to see how if a club were entertaining members a
Police could walk in and say he wanted to see the books of the
.club and nothing could be done but to stop all proceedings and
allow him to examine all books. Clubs were private just as homes
were private. If a club broke a rule, the Police could then come
in. A search warrant could be issued--the Magistrate was there
to issue it. The clause must be deleted; there was no alternative.
The Member for the Southern District seconded the motion
and after much discussion it was decided to delete Clause 13 with
the consequent renumbering of the other clauses.
The words "The Chief of Police or a member" in line 2 of
Clause 15 (3) renumbered 14 (3) were amended to "any member."
The year "1949" in line 2 of Clause 17, renumbered Clause
16, was amended to "1950."
The Bill passed through the Committee stage with amend-
mnents and the Council resumed.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney, seconded by the
Acting Treasurer, the Bill was read a third time and passed.
ADJOURNMENT.
On the motion of the Acting Crown Attorney seconded by the
Acting Treasurer, the Council adjournd till 10 a.m. the next day,
D. K. BURTON.
Clerk of the Council.
Confirmed this 24th day of November, 1949.
C. ADDISON HARNEY.
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DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 9 OF 1952.
RULES MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL WITH THE
APPROVAL OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL UNDER
SECTION 4 OF THE DOMINICA SCHOLARSHIP ORDI-
NANCE, 1942, (No. 13 OF 1942.)
(Gazetted 7th April, 1952).
1. These Rules may be cited as the
DOMINICA SCHOLARSHIP (AMEND-
MENT) RULES, 1952. Short Title
and shall be read as one with the Dominica Scholarship
Rules, 1943 (S. .O. 1943 No. 50), as amended (herein-
after referred to as the principal Rules).
2. Rule 3 of the principal Rules is hereby amend- Amendment
ed by substituting for the word nineteen occurring of Rule 3
in the third line thereof, the word "twenty ".
3. For Rule 3 (e) of the principal Rules the follow- Substitution
ing shall be substituted -- of Rule 3'e)
(e) a list indicating the subjects totalling six
units, including at least two principal
subjects in addition to the General
Paper ".
4. Rule 4 of the principal Rules is hereby amended Amendment
by substituting for the words School Certificate of Rule 4
Examination occurring in the second line thereof, the
words Oversea Higher School Certificate Examina-
tion ".
5. For Rule 5 (i) of the principal Rules the follow- Substitution
ing shall be substituted cf Rule 5(i)
(i) is reported by the Examiners to have
gained the highest aggregate marks in
the examination and to be entitled to a
certificate ".
Made by the Governor in Council this 13th day of
February, 1952.
W. 0. SEVERIN,
/or Clerk of the Council






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Approved by the Legislative Council this 25th day
of March, 1952.

W. 0. SEVERIN.
Clerk of the Legislative Council.






























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DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 12 OF 1952.
THE DOUBLE TAXATION RELIEF (TAXES ON INCOME)
(CANADA) ORDER, 1952, DATED THE 4TH DAY OF
MARCH, 1952, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL
UNDER SECTION 48 B OF THE INCOME TAX ORDI-
NANCE, 1W25 (DOMINICA No. 15 OF 1925).

(Gazetted 7th April, 1952)

1. This Order may be cited as the
DOUBLE TAXATION RELIEF (TAXES)
ON INCOME) (CANADA) ORDER, 1952. Short title
2. It is hereby declared -
(a) that the arrangements specified in the
Agreement set cut in the Schedule to this
Order have been made with the Govern.
ment of Canada with a view to affording
relief from double taxation in relation to
income tax or profits tax and taxes of
a similar character imposed by the Laws of
Canada; and
(b) that it is expedient that those arrange-
ments should have effect.
3. Made by the Governor in Council this 4th day
of March, 1952.

W. 0. SEVERIN,
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SRO. 12


SCHEDULE
AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF
THE COLONY AND THE GOVERNMENT OF
CANADA FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBLE
TAXATION AND THE PREVENTION OF FISCAL
EVASION WITH RESPECT TO TAXES ON INCOME.
1. -(1) The taxes which are the subject of this
Agreement are -
(a) in Canada:
The income tax (including sur-tax) and the
profits tax (hereinafter referred as Canadian
tax "),
(b) In the Colony :
The income tax (hereinafter referred to as
Colonial tax ").
(2) This Agreement shall also apply to any other
taxes of a substantially similar character imposed in the
Colony or Canada after this Agreement has come into
.force.
2.- (1) In this Agreement, unless the context other-
wise requires -
(a) The term the Colony means Dominica.
(b) The terms one of the territories and the
other territory mean Canada or the Colony,
as the context requires.
(c) The term "tax" means Canadian tax or
Colonial tax, as the context requires.
(d) The term "person" includes any body of
persons, corporate or not corporate.
(e) The term company" includes any body
corporate.
(f) The terms "resident" of Canada and '" resi-
dent of the Colony mean respectively any
person who is resident in Canada for the pur-
poses of Canadian tax and not resident in the
Colony for the purposes of Colonial tax and
any person who is resident in the Colony for
the purposes of Colonial tax and not resident
in Canada for the purposes of Canadian tax ;






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and a company shall be regarded as resident
in Canada if its business is managed and con-
trolled in Canada and as resident in the Colony
if its business is managed and controlled in
the Colony.
(g) The terms "resident of one of the terri-
tories and "resident of the other territory"
mean a person who is a resident of- Canada
or a person who is a resident of the Colony,
as the context requires.
(h) The terms "Canadian enterprise" and
Colonial enterprise mean respectively an
industrial or commercial enterprise or under-
taking carried on by a resident of Canada and
an industrial or commercial enterprise or under
taking carried on by a resident of the Colony ;
and the terms "' enterprise of one of the
territories and enterprise of the other
territory mean a Canadian enterprise or a
Colonial ent, rprise, as the context requires.
(i) The term "permanent establishment, when
used wito respect to an enterprise of one of
the territories, means a branch, management
or other fixed place of business, but does not
include an agency unless the agent has, and
habitually exercises, a general authority to
negotiate and conclude contracts on behalf of
such enterprise or has a stock of merchandise
from which he regularly fills orders on its
behalf.
An enterprise of one of the territories shall
not be deemed to have a permanent establish-
ment in the other territory merely because
it carries on business dealings in that other
territory through a bona fide or general com-
mission agent acting in the ordinary course
of his business as such.
The fact that an enterprise of one of the






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territories maintains in the other territory a fixed place of
business exclusively for the purchase of goods or merchandise
shall not of itself constitute that fixed place of business a
permanent establishment of the enterprise.
The fact that a company which is a resident of one of the
territories has a subsidiary company which is a resident of the
other territory or which is engaged in tiade or business in that
other territory (whether through a permanent establishment or
otherwise) shall not of itself constitute tlhat subsidiary company
a permanent establishment of its parent company.
(2) The term industrial or commercial profits", as used in
the present Agreement, does not include income in the form of dividends,
interest, rents or royalies, management charges, or remuneration for
labour or personal services.
(3) In the application of the provisions of this Agreement by
Canada or the Colony, any term net otherwise defined shall, unless the
context otherwise acquires, have the meaning ,which it has under the
laws of Canada, or, as the case may be the Colory, i elating to the taxes
which are the subject ef this Agreement.
3 (1) The industrial or c.rrr ercial profits of a Canadian enter.
prise shall not be subject to Colonial tax unless the enterprise is engaged
in trade or business in the Colony through a permanent establishment
situated therein. If it is so engaged, tax n ay be imposed on those
profits by the Colony, but only on so much of them as is attributable to
that permanent establishment.
(2) -The industrial or commercial profits of a Colonial enter.
prise shall not be subject to Canadian tax unless the enterprise is
engaged in trade or business in Canada through a permanent establish.
ment situated therein. If it is so engaged, tax may be imposed on those
profits by Canada, but only on so much of them as is attributable to that
permanent establishment.
(3) Where an enterprise of one of the territories is engaged in
trade or business in the other territory through a permanent establish-
ment situated therein, theie shall be attrib-uted to that permanent es.
tablishment the industrial or commercial profits which it might be
expected to derive from its activities in that other territory if it were an
independent enterprise engaged in the same or similar activities under
the same or similar conditions and dealing at arms length with the
enterprise of which it is a permanent establishment.







1952 INCOME TAX (DOUBI E TAXATION) St0. 12 A 25




(4) No portion of any profits arising from the sale of goods or
merchandise by an enterprise of one -of the territories shall be attributed
,to a permanent establishment situated in the other territoryby. reason
of the mere purchase of the goods or merchandise within that other
territory.
(5) Where a company which is a resident of one of the terri-
tories derives profits or income from sources within the other territory,
the Government of tnat other territory shall not impose any fjrm of
taxation on dividends paid by the company, to persons not resident in
that other territory, or any tax in the nature of an undistributed profits
tax on undistributed profits of the company, by reason of the fact that
those dividends or. undistributed profits represent. in whole or in part,
profits or income so derived.
4 Where -
(a) an enterprise of one of the territories participates directly
or indirectly in the management, control or capital of an
enterprise of the other territo ry, or
management, control or capital of an enterprise of one of
the tei i itories band an enterprise of the other territory;,and
(c) in either r case conditions are made or imposed between the
two ei terprises, in their commercial or financial relations,
which differ fr(m those which would be made between
independent enterprises,
then any profits whi h would but for those conditions have accrued to
one of the enterprises but by reason of those conditions have not so
accrued may be inc uded in the profits of that enterprise and taxed
accordingly,
5. Notwithstanding the provisions of regulations 3 and 4, profits
which a resident of -ne of the territories derives from operating ships
or aircraft shall be exempt from tax in the other-territory.
6. (1) The rate of Canadian tax -,n income (other than ,earned
income) derived frorr sources within Canada by a resident of the Colony
who is subject to Colonial tax in respect thereof and not engaged in
trade or business in Canada through a permanent establishment situated
therein, shall not exceed 15 per cent.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of the foregoing paragraph
dividends paid to a company which is a residentof the Colony by a:Cana.
dian company, all of whose shares (less directors'. qualifying shiares)-whi)eh
have under all circus stances full voting rightsiare beneficiallyvowaed by
the former company, shall be exempt from Canadian tax: .








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Provided that exemption shall not be allowed if ordinarily
more than one-quarter of the'gross ineeome of the Canadian company is
derived from interest and dividends other than interest and dividends
from any wholly-owned subsidiary company.
(3) Income (other than earned income) derived from sources
within the Colony by an individual'who is a resident of Canada, subject
to Canadian tax'in respect of the income, and not engaged in trade
or business in the Colony through a permanent establishment situated
therein, shall be exempt from Colonial tax
7. Copyright royalties and other like payments made in respect of
the production or reproduction of any literary, dramatic, musical or
artistic work (but not including rents or royalties in respect of motion
picture films) and derived from sources within one of the territories by
a resident of the other territory who is liable to tax in that other
territory in respect thereof and not engaged in trade or business in
the first-mentioned territory through a permanent establishment estab-
lishment situated therein, shall be exempt from tax in that first-
mentioned territory. 1
8. (1) Remuneration (other than pensions) paid by one of the Con.
tracing Government to any individual for services rendered to that
Contracting Government in the discharge of governmental functions shall
be exempt from tax in the territory of the other Contracting Government
if the individual is not ordinarily resident in. that territo, y or is ordina-
rily resident in that territory solely for the purpose of rendering those
services.
(2) Any pension paid by one of the Contracting Governments
to any individual for services rendered to that Contractirg Government
in the discharge of governmental functions shall be exempt from tax in
the territory of the other Contracting Government, if immediately prior
to the cessation of those set vices the remuneration therefore was exempt
from tax in that territory, whether under sub-paragraph (1) of thispara.
graph or otherwise, or would have been exempt under that paragraph if
the present Agreement had been in force at the time when the remune-
ration was paid.
(8) The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to pay-
meats in respect of services rendered in connection with any trade or
business carried on by either of the Contracting Governments for
purposes of profit.
9. -- (1) An individual who is a resident of-Canada. shall be exempt
from Gotonial tax on profits or remuneration in respect of personal
(including professional) services performed within the Colony'in any
year of assessment if -






1952 INCOME TAX (DOUBLE TAXATION) SRO. 12 A 27




(a) he is present within the Colony for a period or periods not
exceeding in the aggregate 183 days during that year, and
(b) the services are performed for or on behalf of a person
resident in Canada, and
(c) the profits or remuneration ar subject to Canadian tax,
(2) An individual who is a resident of the Colony shall be
exempt from Canadian tax on profits or re muneration in respect of
personal (including professional) serv ces performed within Canada in
any year of assessment if -
(a) he is present within Canada for a period or periods not
exceeding in the aggregate 183 days during that year, and
(b) the services are performed for or on behalf of a person
resident in the Colony, and.
(c) the profits or rer;ui ration are subject to Colonial tax
(3) 'Ihe provisions cf this paiagiaph shall not apply to the
profits or remuneration of public entertainers such as stage, motion
picture or radio artists, musicians and athletes.
IC. (1) Any pension (other than a pension paid by the Government
of the Colony for services rendered to it in the discharge of governmental
functions) and any annuity, derived from sources within the Colony by
an individual who is a resident of Canada and subject to Canadian tax in
reEpect thereof shall Le exempt Irom Colonial tax.
(2) Any pension (other than a pension paid by the Government
of Canada for sei vices rendered to it in the discharge of governmental
functions) and any annuity, derived from sources within Canada by an
individual who is a resident of the Colony and subject to Colonial tax in
respect thereof, shall be exempt from Canadian tax.
(3) The term annuity means a stated sum payable periodi-
cally at stated times, during life or during a specified or ascertainable
period of time. under an obligation to make the payments in considera-
tion of money paid.
11. The remuneration derived by a professor or teacher who is
ordinarily resident in one of the territoa ies, for teaching during a period
of temporary residence not exceeding two years at a university, college,
school or other educational institution in the other territory, shall be
exempt from tax in that other territory.
12. A student or business apprentice from one of the territories
who is receiving full-time education or training in the other territory
shall be exempt from tax in that other territory on payments made to
him by persons in the first-mentioned territory for the purposes of his
mentenance, education or training.







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13, (1) Subject to the provisions of the law of Canada regarding
the allowance as a credit against Canadian tax of tax payable in a terri-
tory outside Canada, Colonial tax payable, whether directly or by
deduction, in respect of income from sources within the Colony shall be
allowed as a credit against any Canadian tax payable in respect of
that income.
(2) Subject to the provisions of the law of the Colony regard-
ing the allowance as a credit against Colonial tax of tax payable in a
territory outside the Colony. (arnadian tax payable, whether directly or
by deduction in respect of income from sources within Canada shall be
allowed as a credit against any Colonial tax payable in respect of that
income. Wheie such income is an ordina y dividend paid by a company
resident in Canada. the credit shall take into account (in addition to any
Canadian income tax appropriate to the divided) the Caradian profits
tax payable by the company in respect of its profits, and where it is a
dividend paid on participating preference shares at d representing both a
dividend at the fixed rate to which the shares are entitled and an addi-
tional participation in profits, the profits tax so payable by the company
shall likewise be taken into the account-in so far as the dividends exceeds
that fixed rate.
(3) For the purposes of this paragraph profits or remuneration
for., personal (including professional) services performed in one of th0
territories hall be deemed to be income from sources within that
territory, and the services of an individual w hose services are wholly or
mainly performed in snips or aircraft operated by a resident of one of
the territories shall be deemed to be rerfoi rrd in that territory.
14. (1) The taxation authorities of Canada and the Colony shall
exchange such infoirmaticn (being infoirration available under their
respective taxation laws) as is necessary for carrying out the provisions
of this Agreement or for the prevention of fraud or the administration
of statutory provisions against legal avoidance in relation to the taxes
which are the subject of this Agreement. Any information so exchange.
ed shall be treated as secret and shall not be disclosed to any persons
other than those concerned with the assessment and collection of the
taxes which are the subject of this Agreemrent. No information shallbe
exchanged which would disclose any trade secret or trade process.
(2) As used in this paragraph the term "taxation authorities"
means the Minister of National Revenue or his autliorised representative
in the case of Canada and the Ccmmissioneis of Income Tax or their au-
thorised representative'in the case of the Colony.
15. This Agreement shall come into force on the date on which
the last of all such things shall have been done in Canada and the Colony
as are necessary to give the Agreement the force of law in Canada and










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the Colony respectively, and shall thereupon have effect-
(a) In Canada:
as respects income taxes, including surtaxes, for tile taxa-
tion year 1951 and subsequent years:
(b) In the Colony:
from the 26th September, 1951, and subsequent years.
16, This Agreement.shall continue in effect indefinitely but either
of the Governments may, on or before the 30th day of June in any calen-
dar year after the year 1953, give notice of termination to the other Gov-
ernment and, in such event, this Agreement shall cease to be effcctive-
(a) In Canada:
as respects income taxes, including sur-caxe3. for any
taxation year ending in or after the calendar year next
following that in which such notice is given, and as ies-
pects excess profits tax for any fiscal period beginning on
or after the first day of January in the calendar year next
following that in which such notice is given and for the
unexpired portion of any fiscal period current at that
date;
(b. In the Colony:
as respects income tax for any year of assessment be-
ginning on or after the first day of January, in the calen-
dar year next following that in which such notice is
given.
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DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS NO. 13 OF 1952.
RULES MADE BY THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT OF THE
DOMINICA BANANA ASSOCIATION UNDER AUTHORITY
OF S CTION 22 OF THE BANANA ORDINANCE, J934.
(Gazetted 7thi April, 1952)
These Rules may be cited as the
BANANA (AMENDMENT) RULES, 1952. Short title
and shall )e read as one with the Banana Rules, 1935,
as amended (hereinafter referred to as the Principal
Rules).
2. RLtle 13 of the principal Rules is hereby amend- Amendment
ed by inserting, between the word Area and the of Rule 13
word shall" occurring in the third line thereof, the
following :-
"or intended to be used either wholly or par-
tially as an ingredient in any manufactured
product",
3. Rule 15 of the principal Ru'es is hereby amend- Amendment
ed by inse -ting, between the word "Association and of Rule 15
the word shall occurring in the second line thereof,
the following :-
"or intended to be used either wholly or par-
tilly as an ingredient in any manufactured
product".
Made by the Board of Management this 19th day
of December, 1951.
(Sgd.) I. N. SHILLINGFORD.
Chairman.
Approved and confirmed by the Governor in Council
this 13th day of February, 195'.
D. K. BURTON.
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DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO 14 OF 1952
TRADING WITH THE ENEMY REVOCATION)
ORDER MADE BY THE GOVERNOR UNDER REGULATION
26 OF THE DEFENCE REGULATIONS (CONTINUATION)
ORDER, 1947.
(Gazetted 7th April, 1952)
1. This Order may be cited as the
TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (REVOCATION) Short Title.
ORDER, 1952.
2. The following Orders are hereby revoked :- Revocation
The Trading with the Enemy (Authorization) S 11O. 1948
(Germany) Order, 1948 No. 24
The Trading with the Enemy (Authorization) s. .o. 194s
(Germany) (No, 2) Order, 1948 -- No 31
The Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) s.R 0. 194
(Germany) Order, 1948 No. 25
The Trading with the Enemy (Transfer of s.K.i. 1948
Negotiable Instruments etc.) (Germany) No. s3
Order, 1948. -
The Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) s R.o. 194s
(Amendment) (Germany) (No. 2) Order. No 33
1.948 -
The Trading with the Enemy (Authorization) S R 0. 1949
(Germany) (No. 1) Order, 1949 No. 2
The Trading with the Enemy (Authorization) s.R 0. 19.
(Germany) (No. 2) Order, 1948 No. S
The Trading with the Enemy (Transfer of S.R.O. 1949
Negotiable Instruments etc.) (Germany) No. 4
Order, 1949 -
The Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) S.R 0. 1919
(Germany) Order, 1949 No. 5
The Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) S.R.o 1949
(Germany) (No. 2) Order, 1949 No. 26
The Trading with the Enemy (Transfer of S R.o. 1949
Negotiable Instruments etc.) (Germany) No. 27
(No. 2) Order, 1949 -
Made by the Governor this 24th day of January,
1952.
C. ADDISON HARNEY,
Ag. Administrator.
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