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Group Title: Official gazette, Dominica.
Title: Official gazette - Dominica
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Title: Official gazette - Dominica
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Language: English
Creator: Dominica
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Place of Publication: Roseau
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Subject: Politics and government -- Dominica   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- April 5, 1865-
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Dominica.


Official Gazette.

Su b i!bb I e vb q t t fj o r i t

VOL. LXXV ROSEAU, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5. 1952. No. 41

Government Notices.

No. 170
REPOSSESSION OF ALIENATED CROWN LANDS

Ix the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands Dominica Circuit.
IN the Matter of the Forest, Soil and Water Conservation
Ordinance, 1946.
And
IN the Matter of the Title to the Stonehill Estate situate in the
Parish of St, Joseph in the Colony of Dominica.
ELIZABETH II. By the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain,
Northern Ireland, Head of the Commonwealth, Queen, Defender of the Faith.
To all persons claiming an interest in the lands and tenements hereinafter described
WHEREAS it has been made to anpear to Us that the Stonehil! Estate situate
in the Parish of St. Joseph ir, the Island of Dominica, containing 200 acres I rood is
unoccupied since 1914, and there is no person having title thereto, whereby the
said parcel of land ought to be vested in Us, that proceedings will be taken to
have the said parcel of land vested in Us at a sitting of the Supreme Court to be
holden at Roseau in the Colony of Dominica in the month cf Apr:l, 1953.
All persons claiming an interest in such land, shall within one week from the
date of the last publication of this summons in the Gazette (such summons shall be
published during a period of six months) file an appearance, either in person, or by
Solicitor in the office of the Registrar, and shall, within one month from the date of
such appearance, lodge in the said office a written claim containing a statement
of the reasons on which the same is founded: and you are hereby further warned
that if you fail to appear at the said Court to be holden as aforesaid the said pro-
ceedings will be heard and taken without you.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have caused the Seal of Our said Court to be
hereunto affixed, at Roseau, this 12th day of July, 1952.
A. B. MARIE,
Acting Registr ar

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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, TUESDAY AUGUST 5, 1952


NO. 179
IMMIGRATION NOTICE
IT is notified for general information
that the British Consulate in Martinique
has brought to the attention of th-s Gov-
ernment that certain holders of valid Bri-
tish Passports have been arriving in Mar-
tinique from the British West Indian Is-
lands without having such passports en-
dorsed for travel to Martinique.
2. In order to comply with the require-
irents of the French authorities and to
avoid any inconvenience or embarrass.
ment intending visitors to Martinique or
Guadeloupe from this Colony, are warned
that they should obtain frpm the local
immigration department (Police Head-
quarters, Roseau) the necessary endorse-
ment of their passports before proceeding
thereto.
5th August, 1952
895/47

No. 180
INTER-ISLAND SHIPPING
IT is notified for general information
that Messrs. Booker Brothers wio have
been considering the establishment of a
regular inter-island service propose to
form a local company in Trinidad and to
add to the fleet for this purpose,
2. Before proceeding with plans they
require full information on shipping
needs and trade prospects. Mr. A.
Shenfield formerly Economic Adviser to
the Government of Trinidad has been en-
gaged to make a survey.
3 He will start investigations from
Trinidad about August 4th, travelling in
a coastal craft put at his disposal and will
visit Grenada, St. Vincent, St. Lucia
Dominica, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Bar.
hados, staying about 24 hours at each
place.
4. It would be appreciated if all per.
sons concerned would extend all possible
facilities to Mr. Shenfield during his visit.
1465/51
5th August, 1952.

NO. 181
The following Statutory Rules & Orders
are circulated with and form part of this
Gazette.
No. 22 of 1952. Examination of Chemists
and Druggists Rules, 1952.
1290/51.
No. 23 of 1952. Police (Salutes) Regula-
tions, 1952.
174/52-3.
No. 24 of 1952. Exchange Control Order,
1952.
6. 37/52 Pt. II.
No. 25 of 1952. Contagious Biseases.
1216/51.


No. 183
LABOUR STATITIICS--COStr 01'
LIVING
The Administrator directs the public
tion for general informal ion of Ihe foL.
lowing Cost of Living Index Figures as
compared with September, 1939 taken as
100: -
JUNE 1952
All Items 345
Food Only 322
461/51
2nd August, 1952.

NO. 184
APPjINTME NrS ETC.
ALEXANDER, GUY IGNATIUS, Field Techni-
cian, Fublic Health Engineeriig Unit,
vacation leave from 2nd July to 8th
July, 1952 inclusive.
E. 765
BAPTISTE, CONSTANCE. Nurse, G. S 0.
Class III, Medical Department, vaca
tion leave from 12th July to 6th Au.
gust, 1952 inclusive.
E 237
BELLOT, MISS PHILOMEN, Nurse, G. S. O.
Class, III, Medical Department, vnca-
tion leave from 1st August to 26th
August, 1952 inclusive.
E. 222
BLANCHARD. MISS N AGNES, First Class
Clerk, Post Office, vacation leave from
10th July to 5th August, 1952 inclu.
sive.
E 307


No. 26 of 1952. Price Control (Amend-
ment No. 3) Order. 1952.
746/52.
5th August, 1952

NO 182
UMVtESITY COLLEGE OF THE
W:ST INDIES.

Last January the Princiral, Sir Thomas
Taylor, informed the Council of the
University College of the West Indies
that for family reasons it was necessary
for him to return to Lngland to live and
that he wished to retire towards the end
of the current year The Council received
this news with regret and accepted Sir
Tiiomas' offer to stay until a number of
i nportant mt e s connected with the
Univetiity College had been Fsetltd.
During his recent visit to England Sir
Thomas was invited to be Principal of the
University College of the South West of
l;.gland, Exeter, and he has now deci led
to accept this invitation He Will return
to Jamaica nPrly in August and will
remain until near the end of the year.
28th July, 1952.











OFFICIAL GAZETTE,

BOBB. PRILLIP J.. Forest Guard, Forest
Service, vacation leave from 31st July
to 16thAugust, 1952 inclusive.
E. 665
BRUNEY, JAMES P., Third Class Clerk,
Audit Department, vacation leave
from 30th July to 1st Septembet 1952
inclusive.
E. 699
CAINES, MISS EULALIE, Nurse Midwife,
G. S. O. Class II, Medical Department,
vacation leave from Ist August to
26th August, 1952 inclusive.
E. 236
DANIEL. MISS CATHERINE, Nurse, G S. O0
Class I. Medical Department, vacation
leave from ist August to 3rd Septem-
ber, 1952 inclusive.
E. F4
ELWIN, JOSEPH E P., Chief Sanitary In-
spector, Medical Department, vaca-
tion leave from llth July to 18th July,
1952 inclusive.
E. 76
GRELL, MISS LORNA R M.. Assistant So-
cial Welfare Officer, vacation leave
from 2Sth July to 25th August, 1952
inclusive.
E. 3
JNO. BAPTISTE MICIAEL, 2nd Class Ward-
er. H. M. Prison, vacation leave from
1st August to 18th August, 1952 in-
clusive.
E. 572
JOHN, FERDINAND. Messenger, G. S. O.
Class II, Public Works Department,
vacation leave front 1st August, to
26th August, 1952 inclusive.
E 174
LAROCQUE. MISS HELEN VICTORIA, Nurse,
G. S. O. Class III, Medical Depart.
ment, vacation leave from 26th July
to 2'th August, 1952 inclusive.
E. 330
LARONDE, MISS MABEL. Nurse, G. S. O.
Class II, Medical Department, vacy.
tion leave from 11th July to 26th
July, 1V52 inclusive.
E. 246
MARTIN, MISS OPPORTINE, Female Ward.
er, H. M. Prison, vacation leave from
21st July to '8th July, 1952 inclusive.
E. 566
TIMOTHY, SYLVIA, Telephone Operator,
G. S. O Class III, Public Works De.
apartment, vacation leave from 30th
July to 7th August, 1952 inclusive.
E. 688
WINSTON, MISS MARIE, 2nd Class Clerk,
Administrator's Office. vacation leave
from 5th August to 9th August, 1952
inclusive.
E. 448


TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1952


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XAVIER, AUSTIN R., Messenger, G. S. 0.
Class II, General Post Office, vacation
leave from lst August to 18th August,
1952 inclusive.
EL 467
BY COMMAND,
VICTOt C. JOSSE.
G(ove, umeiat Sccrtfary.

Departmental and other
Notices.

NOTICE TO POULTRY
REARERS.

THil Departmr-nt of Arriculture is pre-
pared to urdertake orders on deposit for
3aby Chicksbred specifically for Tropical
Climates, From Florida U.S.A. Breeds
available immediately are:
New Hanmpshire Reds. and Barred Rock
Crosses
2. Rhode Island Chicks are not yet
available, but the breed has proved itself
to be well adapted to West Indian con
editions. The public will be informed as
soon as these are available.
3, The chicks are priced at $16 00 per
hundred and sexed pullets at $20 00(per
hundred, Air express changes will be in,
eluded on arrival.
4 Orders should be placed direct with
the Livestock Officer, Botanic Gardens or
through your District Agricultural In-
structor accompanied by a cash deposit of
first cost. the balance to be paid on arrival
and delivery of chicks
5. Chicks must be taken on arrival and
the Department will notaccept liability
for lossor death in transport or on arrival
6. Closing date for orders will be
August 15th, 1!92
ST G. C. ('CO0'ER,
Ayricultural Supei intendetd.

NO. P. W./E 10
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,
ROSEAU,
DOIeINICA.
31sT JULY, 1952
NOTICE.

THE public is informed that in order to
protect the Government Lighting Plant
from breakdown due to overload, it has
been found necessary to change a portion
of the town over from Direct Current to
Alternating Current. The Alternating
current is being bought in bulk from the
Colonial Development Corporation.
The portions of the town affected are
the Balahou Town and Queen Mary St
areas; the Great George St area and the
Old St. area. The first two of these areas
have already been converted.
The alternating Current distribution is











1f L GAZETTE,


TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1952i


at present at 230 veltr-i$, ntially the
same as the Direct CurrenJl distribution
No high tension wires are being laid at
present.
All meter reading, building &c. will be
done by the P.W D. The rates to be paid
will be the same for Alternating Current
and for Direct Current, and will be those
already in force for Direct Current. No
change in rates is to be expected until the
whole of the electricity supply organisa-
tion is taken over by the Colonial Develop-
ment Corporation.


Subscribers who have been allowed,
owing to overload, to operate with one or
two lights on the flat rate system, will be
required to transfer to the meter system
if their houses have a rental value of 25
or over.
New subscribers on either A.C. or D.C.
can be accepted on the meter system up
to the limit of present availability of me-
ters and capacity of plant
E R. ROWBOTHAM.
Director of Wotks.
579/52


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1952 CHEMISTS AND DRUGGIS [S SRO 22 A 41




DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 22 OF 1952.
RULES MADE BY THE MEDICAL BOARD OF THE MEDICAL
REGIS NATION DIs IRICT OF D MINICA UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF SECTION 40 (3) OF THE MEDICAL
ACT, 1937, (No. 31/1937.)
(Gazetted 5th August, 1952 )
1. These Rules may be cited as the
EXAMINATION OF CHEMISTS AND DRUG- Shortlitle
GISTS RULES. 1952.
2. The examination of the applicant shall be held Time of Ex-
a minatio n
within one month of the receipt by the Medical Board
of the request of the Senior Medical Officer pursuant to
section 40 (2A) of the Medical Act. 1937.
3. The Medical Board may appoint any two of its Appointmeut
members. at least one of whom shall be a registered 'f H"ard of
Exami ers
Medical Practitioner, to constitute an examining body
to conduct an examination of the applicant on behalf of
the Board.
4. (1) The examination shall be written, oral and Examina-
practical and shall be held at such time and place as the tion
Medical Board shall appoint.
(2) The subjects of the examination shall be
Pharmacy and Materia Medica and shall include the
law on the subjectof the scale of Drugs and Poisons con-
tained in Part VI I of the Medical Act, 1937, and of the ap-
plicant's knowledge of the poisons contained in Schedule
C Part I and II of the said Act, the symptoms produced
by each poison and the appropriate antidote in each case.
5 (1) In order to be entitled to a certificate of Minimum
Pass Pereen-
competency applicants must obtain at least 66R% qualify- stage
ing marks in each subject.
(2) If an applicant fails toqualify the Medical
Board may in its discretion allow such applicant to be
further examined subject neverth( less to the provisions
of Rule 6 hereof.
6. No applicant may sit on more than three occa- Limit of Ex-
sions for the examination. amiinatinns









CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS


Made by the Medical Board of the Medical Regis-
tration District for Dominica the 16th day of January,
1952.
H. B. HETHERINGTON.
Chairman.
Approved by the Governor-in-Council the 13th day
of February, 1952.


1290/51


W. O. SEVERIN
Clerk of the Council.


DOMINICA
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(Price 2d.)


SRO. 22


A 42 1952









1952 POLICE (SALUTES) S.R.O. 23 A 43




DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 23 OF 1952.
REGULATIONS MADE BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF
POLICE UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF SECTION 49 OF
THE POLICE ORDINANCE, 1940, (No. 25 OF 1940).
(Gazetted 5th August, 1952).
1. These Regulations may be cited as the
POLICE (SALUTES) REGULATIONS, 1952 Short title
2. The following persons are entitled to be Persons en-
saluted:- titled to be
saluted
His Excellency the Governor of the Windward
Islands.
His Honour the Administrator.
The Honourable the Chief Justice of the Wind-
ward Islands and Leeward Islands.
Judges of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands.
The Superintendent of Police and all gazetted
officers.
Members of Executive Council.
Members of Legislative Council.
Magistrates.
Naval, Military and Air Force Officers.
3. Rule 152 of the Leeward Islands Police Rules Revocation
and Regulations 1902 (L. I. Gaz. 5 August 1902) is
hereby revoked.
Made by the Superintendent of Police this 10th
day of June, 1952.
R. de la C. OZANNE,
Superintendent of Police.
Approved by the Governor in Council this 25ih
day of June, 1952.
D. K. BURTON.
174/52-3 Glerk of the Council.
DOJ!CA.
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1952 EXiCHANGE CONTROL SRO 24 A 44




DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES' & ORDERS NO. 24 OF 1952
ORDER
MADE BY THE GOVERNOR UNDER AUTHORITY OF SECTION
1 OF THE EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDINANCE, 1951,
(No. 30 oF 1951)
(Gazetted 5th August, 1952).
WHEREAS by paragraph (b) of subsection (4) cf
section one of the Exchange t control Ordinance, 1951,
it is enacted that the Governor may at any time by
order amend the scheduled territories specified in the
first schedule of the said Ordinance either by the addi-
tion or exclusion of territories or otherwise:
NOW, THEREFORE, in exercise of the powers
vested in him by the above recited Ordinance, the Gov-
ernor is pleased to order and it is hereby ordered as
follows :--
1. This Order may be cited as the
EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER. 1952. Short title
2. The fist schedule of the Exchange Control Amendment
Ordinance, 1951, is hereby -mended by adding to the o' first
list of scheduled territories therein the following terri- schedule of
tory to be numbered 11 -- rd o/1"5i
11. The United Kingdom of Libya comprising
the provinces of Cyrenaica, Tripolitania and the
Fezzan.
3. This Order shall be deemed to have come into
operation on the 3rd day of January, 1952. Commence
Dated this 30th day of June, 1152.
C. ADDISON HARNEY,
Acting Admintstrator.
C. 37/50 Pt. II





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1952 CONTAGIOUS DISEASES SRO 25 A 45




DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 25 OF 1952
ORDER IN COUNCIL
MADE UNDER SECTION 12 OF "THE CONTAGIOUS
DISEASES' (CATTLE) ACT, 1877, No. 14 OF 1877,
(DOMINICA) THIS 29TH DAY OF JULY, 1952, PROHI-
BITING THE IMPORTATION. OF CATI LE, HORSF S AND
ALL OTHER ANIMALS INTO DOMINICA FROM THE
ISLAND OF JAMAICA, BRITISH WEST INDIES,
CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
(Gazetted 5th August, 1952)
WHEREAS by Section 12 of "'The Contagious
Diseases (Cattle) Act, 1877, the Governor may from
time to time by Order in Council. in relation to foreign
animals or any specified kind of foreign animals or, to
foriegn animals or any specified kind .thereof brougl-t
from any specified country or place, prohibit the landing
thereof in this Island either generally or elsewhere
than in a specified part or par s thereof:
AND WHEREAS a disease has appeared among
cattle, horses and 'other animals in the Island of
Jamaica, Canada and the United States of America, in
consequence of which it is desirable with a view tp
preventing the introduction or spreading of such
disease in this Island to prohibit absolutely the importa-
tion of cattle, horses and other animals from the Island
of Jamaica, Canada and the United States of America:
NOW I HEREFORE, with the advice of the Execu-
tive Council and in exercise of, the powers vested in
the Governor by the above recited section of the afore-
said Act, the importation of cattle, horses and other
animals into Dominica from the, Island .of Jarpaica,
Canada and the United States of America is prohibited
absolutely until further orders. .
Made by the Governor in Council his 29th day of
July, 1952.
D. K. BURTON,
1216/51. Clerk of the Executive Council.
DOMINICA..
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1952 PRICES CONTROL; SRO 26 A 46




DOM INICA
STATUTORY RUf ER & ORDERS NO. 26 OF 1952
ORDER
MADE BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY UNDER THE
AUTHORITY OF THE DEFENCE REGULATIONS (CON-
TINUATION) ORDER, 1947, (S.R.&O..1947, No. 50).
IGazetted 5th August, 1952],
1. This Order may be cited as the
PRICES CONTROL (AENDMDENT NO: 3), ORDER,
1952, Sh.S r, title
and shall be read as one with the Prices Control Order.
1947 (S.R.&O. 1947, No. 6) as amended, hcrciafter
referred to as the principal Order.
2. (1) Part A of the First Schedu'e to the Amendrnen
Principal Order as amended is hereby further amended First
by substituting for the items Flour" and "Fish-
Salted (Codfish)" occurring therein, the following :-
WHOLESALE RETAIL
Roseaun other p)istricks
4 Itb for 6d
Flour 2. 5. 7. ($10.94) b for Qd- per It.
Fish-Salted
(Codfish) 24. 0. 2. ($115.24) 1/3 per lb. 1/3id per lb.
2. Part B of the Schedule above mentioned is hereby amend-
ed by substituting for the item "Bread (native)" occurring
therein, the following:-
MAXIMUM PRICES
Poseau Other 1listricts
Bread (Native) Id. per 21 ozs ld. per 21 ozs.
Dated this 1st day of August, 1952.
H. L. LINDO,
Competent Authorily
716/52
DOMINICA.
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