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Dominica.


Official Gazette.

Sublifibeb bp autboritp:

VOL. LXXV ROSBAU, MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1952. No. 61

Government Notices.

No. 170
REPOSSESSION OF ALIENATED CROWN LANDS

IN 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. Py the Grace of God of Great Britain, Ireland, and the British
Dominions beyond the Seas Queen, Defender of the Faith.
To all persons claiming an interest in thelandsand tenements hereinafter described-
WHEREAS it has been made to appear to Us that the Stonehill Estate situate
in the Parish of St. Joseph in the Island of Dominica, containing 200 acres 1 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 of April, 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
heretmto affixed, at Roseau, this 12th day of July, 1952.
A. B. MARIE,
7,pz Acting Registrar
4/aL.S.
624/50,


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OFFICIAL GAZUiTE, MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1952.


Ne 310
WINDWARD ISLANDS
BROADCASTING STATION
Ir is announced forgeneral information
that Her Majesty's Government has ap-
proved a free grant of one hundred and
fifty-nine thousands five hundred Dollars
($159.500) from central C.D. & W. funds
for the establishment of a Broadcasting
station to serve the Windward Islands.
The station will be sited in Grenada
The B.B.C. have been asked to second
an engineer to install and operate a pilot
service using four RCA 250 two hundred
and fifty watt transmitters in parallel,
Later he will supervise the erection of a
five KW transmitter which is on order.
When the main transmitter is installed, it
is hoped to use the RCA transmitters in
the other Windward Islands for local
Broadcasting.
The capital cost of the stati on is esti-
mated at one hundred and twenty thou-
sand Dollars ($120,000); the remainder of
the grant being used to meet part of the
recurrent cost of the station for the next
three and a half years,
1217/62.
21st November, 1952.

No. 311
ACTING APPOINTMENTS
DOCTROVE, MASTERWELL, C., Third Class
Clerk, Treasury Department, appoint-
ed to act Second Class Clerk, Treasury
Department.
15th October, 1952.
E. 678
THE Honourable J. C. WOOING, Q C.,
has been appointed to act Puisne
Judge of the Supreme Court of the
Windward and Leeward Islands with
effect from 1st November, 1952.
Ref. No. 1248/52
21st Nevember, 1952.


TENDERS
No. 312
TENDERS are invited for the making
of uniforms for Government Officers
for the year commencing on the 1st
January, 1953, and terminating the
31st December, 1953, as follows :-
(a) In Khaki for the N C.Os.
(b) In Khaki drill for all Graded
Subordinate Officers and any other
Government Officers to whom uniforms
are issued.
(c) In Khaki, serge and drill for
Excise Officers.
(d) In blue serge and cotton duck
for Treasury boatmen.
(e) In Khaki drill for the Keeper
of t he Prison and Prison Warders.
(f) In blue serge and white duck
for the N.C,Us. and men of the Police
Force.
2. Tenders should be in sealed en-
velopes and should be marked Ten-
ders for making of Uniforms and
should be addressed :-


The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau
and should reach the Treasury not
later than 2 p.m. on Monday the 22nd
December, 1952.
3. The Government does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any
tender.
1485/31.
No. 313
TENDERS are invited for the per-
formance of Government Printing for
one year from' the 1st January, 1953.
The condition of the contract can be
seen on application at the Treasury.
Tenders should be in sealed envel-
opes and should addressed :-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury, not
later than 2 p.m. on Monday the 22nd
December, 1952.
The Governmentdoes not hind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender and
will reserve the right to have such
printing as is considered necessary
done at the Government Printing
Office, Grenada. or through the Crown
Agents for the Colonies.
1485/31

No. 314
TENDERS for supplies to ALL GOV-
ERNMENT DEPARTMENTS IN PORTS
MOUTH are invited for twelve months
commencing on the 1st January. 19!i3
and ending on the 31st December,
1953.
2. The conditions of the contracts
with schedules of all supplies required
may be obtairied at the Administra-
tor's Office. The attention of parties
tendering is invited to these conditions.
3. Tenders which should be in
seal envelopes arid marked Tenders
for supplies for Government Depart-
ments (Portsmouth), should be
addressed :-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
I he Treasury,
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury not
later than 2 p.m. on Monday the 22nd
December, 1952.
4. Samples of groceries and textile
materials, the supplies of which are
tendered for. should be submitted with
tenders and should be marked with
the name of the persons tendering.
~ The Government does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any
tender.
1485/31









OFFICIAL GAZETTE,

No. 815
TENDERS are invited for the trans-
port of Public Officers travelling on
duty by motor car. when such Govern-
ment transport is not available, for
journeys within Roseau and from
Roseau to any place outside of Roseau
and vice versa for the year commenc-
ing 1st January 1953, and terminating
the 31st december, p,53.
All tenders should be marked "Ten-
ders for transport of Public Officers
by motor car and should be address-
ed to the Chairman of the Tenders
Board, The Treasury, Roseau, and
should specify the rate tendered in
respect of the following journeys:-
Dollars Cents
Within Roseau
Roseau to Beilevue
,of, Canefield
,, Castle Comfort
,, Clark Hall
,,,, <'opt Hall
,,,, Corona
,, Everton
Geneva
,,, Gootwill
,, Grand Bay
,, Hillsborough
,, King's Hill
,, L'Imprevue
,, Loubiere
,, Mahaut
,, Massacre
,, Morne Bruce
,, Mount Jov
,, Observation Station
,, Pointe Mitchel
,, Ridgefield
SSt. Joseph
,, hawford
,,,, Snug Corner
,,,, Springfield
,,, S lvania
,, Watton Waven'
,, Wireless Station
.n ., (Morne ianiel)
and vice versa. The prices tendered
should include the double journey
though tenders should state what re-
duction, if any, they are prepared to
make if the car is occupied one way
only.


Rate
cified ;
in the


per mile for journeys not spe-
also stating reduction if any,
event of the car being occu-


pied one way only.
Detention. No charge ford-tention
should be made for he first hour, but
subsequent hours may be tendered for,
at so much per hour or portion there-
of.
Tenders should reach the Tenders
Board not later than 2 p.m. on Mon-
day the 22nd December, 1952.
- The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/3 L


MON IMAY.


DECEMBER 1, 1952


380'


No. 816
TENDERS are invited for the per-
formance of a monthly Ro,'nd the
Island Service by motor vessel for the
purpose of conveying passengers and
freight from and to the Windwa'd
Coast Villages of this Colony for a
period of one year from the 1st Jan-
uary, 1953.
2. Tenders which should be in
sealed enve opes and marked 'Tenders
for Round the Island Servie should
be addressed :-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The I rtasury.
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury not
later than 2 p m. on Monday the 22nd
December, 1952.
3. The Government does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any
tender.
1485/31


No 317
TENDERS are invited for the per-
formance of a Coastal service b-tween
Roseau atld Portsmouth and vice versa
three times a week by motor launch
for a period of one year and for the
following services :-
Monday leave Portsmouth 9.30 a.m.
,, arrive Roseau 12 :0 p.m.
leave RIoseau 3 00 p.m.
arrive Portsmouth 6 p.m.
Wednesday leave Potsmouth 7 a.m.
,, arrive ulseau 10 a.m.
,, leave [Roseau 1 p.m.
arrive Portsmouth 4 p.m.
Thursday leave Portsmouth 1 p.m.
,, 'arrive Roseau 4 ) m.
Saturday leave I'ortsmouth 7 a.m.
arrive Roseau 10a m.
leave Roseau 1 p.m.
arrive I ortsmouth 4 p.m.
or for such services as may be ar-
ranged with the concurrence of the
Administrator.
2. A deduction of one dollar and
twenty cents ($1.20) an hour or part
of an hour will b- made from th- sub-
sidy in the event of failure to keep to
the service agreed to, unless it can be
sown to the satisfaction of the Ad-
ministrator that the delay was caused
by bad weather, or by accident out-
side the control of the Contractors.
3. The length, beam, depth and
draft of any launch it is proposed to
employ on such service must oe stipu-
lated together with the carrying capa-
city and speed. No launch of less
than the following dimensions will be
considered ;--
30 ft. in length, beam of 7 ft. 6 ins.,
depth of 4 ft., draft 2 ft. 6 ins., speed
8 knots an hour and capable of carry-
ing 25 persons.
4. The Administrator reserves the
right to reduce the subsidy in the
tvent of the Contractors being com-
Selled to perform the service with a









381 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

smaller launch or launches than that
of those agreed to.
5; All Government Officers in the
services of the Colony, Members of
the Executive and Legislative Coun-
cils travelling on duty, prisoners in
custody of the Dominica Police Force
and their baggage and Her Majesty's
mails shall be carried free of charge
on any launch employed on these ser-
vices :-
6. The lowest or any tender need
not necessarily be accepted.
7. Sealed tenders addressed :-
Tenders Coastal Service,
Financial Secretary,
Treasury,
Roseau.
should be sent so as to reach the Trea-
sury not later than the 22nd Decem-
ber, 1952. Tenders received after
that date will not be considered.
1485/31

No. 318
TENDERS are invited for the perform-
ance of a Motor Omnibus Mail and Pass-
enger Service between the Town of Ports.
mouth and the village of Marigot for the
year 1953.
Sealed Tenders. which should be marked
"Tenders for Motor-Omnibus Service"
and addressed:-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau.
must reach the Treasury not later than
2 p.m. on Monday, the 22nd December,
1952.
The conditions of the contract can be
seen on application at the Treasury.
The Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31

No. 319
TENDERS for supplies to all GOVERN-
MENT DEPARTMENTS IN ROSEAU are in-
vited for twelve months commencing on
the 1st January 1953 and ending the 31st
December, 1953.
2. The conditions of the contracts with
schedules of all supplies required may be
obtained at.the Administrator's Office
The attention of parties tendering is in.
vited to these conditions.
3 Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tenders for sup-
plies for Government Departments (Ros-
eau)" should be addressed:-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury not later
2 p.m. on Monday the 22nd December,
1952.
4. Samples of groceries and textile
materials, the supplies of which are ten-
dered for, should be submitted with ten-
ders and should be marked with the name
of the person tendering.


'E, MONDAY DECEMBER 1, 1952

5 The Government does not bind it-
self to accept the lowest of any tender.
1485,31


No. 320
TENDERS for supplies to the Leper
Home are invited for twelve months com-
mencing on the 1st January, 1953 and end-
ing the 31st December, 1953.
2. The conditions of the contract with
schedules of all supplies required may be
obtained at the Administrator's Office
The attention of parties tendering is in-
vited to these conditions.
3. Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tendlers for sup
plies for Leper Home," should be ad.
dressed.
The Chairman,
The lenderss ioard,
The Treasury,
Rose u
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p.m on Monday the 22nd Dece.-
ber 1952.
4. Sanples of groceries and textile
materials, the supplies of which are ten-
dered for, should be submitted with ten.
ders and should be marked with the name
of the person tendering.
5 The Government dces not bind it-
self to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31


No. 321
TENDERS for supplies to all Government
Departments at Marigot are invited for
twelve months commencing on the 1st
January. 1953 and ending the 31st Decem-
ber 1953.
2. The conditions of the contracts with
schedules of all supplies required may be
obtained at the Administator's Office
The attention of par ies tendering is in.
vited to these conditions.
3. Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tenders for sup-
plies for Government Departments (! ari-
got,)" should be addressed:--
The Chairman,
The Tenders loard,
The Treasury,
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p m. on Monday the 22nd Decem-
ber 1952.
4. Samples of groceries and textile
materials, the supplies of which are ten-
dered for.should be submitted with tenders
and should be marked with the name of
the person tendering.
5. The Government does not bind it.
self to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY DECEMBER 1, 1952


No 322
TENDERS for supplies to all Government
Departments at Grandbay are invited for
twelve months commencing on the Ist
January, 1953 and ending the 31st Decem-
ber, 1953.
2. The conditionsof the.Contractswith
schedules of all supplies required may be
obtained at the Administrator's Office.
The attention of the parties tendering is
invited to these conditions.
3. Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tenders for sup-
plies for Government Departments
(Grandbay)" should be addressed:-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Trensury,
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p.m on Monday the 22nd Decem-
ber 1952.
4. Samples of groceries and textile
materials, the supplies of which are ten-
dered fer should he submitted with ten-
ders and should be marked with the name
of the person tendering.
5 The Government does not -bind it-
self to accept the lowest or any tender.
l o5/31.

No. 323
TENDERS are hereby invited for the
conveyance of cement, furniture and
other articles for the Government from
Rosenu to Portsmouth and vice versa for
a period of one year from Ist January,
1953 to 31st December, 1953.
Tenders should be in sealed envelopes and
marked "Tenders for conveyance of Ce-
ment and other articles," and should be
submitted not later than 2 pm on Mon-
day the 22nd December 1952 and should
be addressed to:-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau.
The Government does not bin I itself to
accept the lowest or any tu under.
1185/31
20th November 1952.

No. 324
PUBLICATION OF BILLS
in undermentioned draft Bill which it
is proposed to introduce in Legislative
Council is published for general informa-
tion with this issue of the Official
Gazette :-
The Roseau Town Council (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1952.
Ref. No. 1172/52.
28th November, 1952.
No. 325
WHOOPING COUGH IMMUNIZA-
TION PROGRAMME
IN view of the increasingly high mor-
tality rate among infants and children
under two years old as a result of epidemics
of whooping cough which recur every
three years, the Medical Department has
initiated a whooping cough immunization
programme. This involves the inoculation
of all young children between the ages
of six months and twenty-four months.


It is, therefore notified, for general in-
formation, that clinics are held by the Dis-
trict Medical Officers, Roseau Urban and
Rural, for the abcve mentioned purpose
on the following days: -
Rcseau : Mondays and Thursdays at 2 p m.
at the Child Welfare Clinic.
Mahaut: Wednesday at 2 p.m. at th-
Government Dispensary.
St. Joseph : Wednesday at 4 p.m. at the
Government iispensary.
Pte. Mitchel : Thursday at 10 a.m. at the
Government Dispensary.
As regards the districts of Portsmouth.
Marigot aMn Grand Ray the dates will be
notified by the District Medical Officers
(Sgd) W STEIGER.
Ag. Se,,or lledical Officer.
Ref. No 1396'51
28th November, 1952.

No. 326
THE following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with and form part
of this Gazette: -
No. 35 of 1952 The Contagious Dis.
eases (Cattle) Act. 1877 ".
1331/52
BY COMMAND,
VIC FOR C. JOSSE.
Govern ment Secretary.


Departmental and othei
Notic3S

VISIT OF H.M.S. BIGBURY BAY
THEi: follovinz telegrams which have
been exchanged with the Captain of the
H.M.S. Biqhiu'y Big are published for
general information :
Captain H.M.S. BIGBURY BAY"
to Administrator -- 1 12.52.
We have enjoyed our short stay
very much indeed. Thank you and all
the people of Dominica who have en.
tertained and looked-after us.
"We sincerely hope we snail be
allowed to visit you again."
Administrator to Captain H.M.S.
"BIGBURY BAY" 1.12 52
"Thank you for your message., We
"all greatly enjoy your. visit and
hope that it will be repeated early.
Good luck to you all."
1 199/52,
December 1st 1952.


CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLAN-
NING AUTHORITY
THE Central Housing and Vlanning
Authority as duly constituted undor Sece
tion 4(1) (a) of the Slum ('learance and
Housing Ordinance, No 5 of 1946 has
urnmimouuly adopted the following lReso-
lution :-








OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONB&Y, DECEMIBER 1, 1952


BE IT RESOLVED and it is HERESY
RESOLVED that the Central Housing
and Planning Authority this the 28th day
of November, 1952, decide to prepare a
Scheme for the area known as The
Peund situated in the town of Roseau it,
accordance with Section 5 (1) of the Town
and Country Planning Ordinance No. 4 of
1946.
G A. GRANT.
Acting Chairman. Central Housing &
PlIanin Authority.
1st December, 1952.

BROADCAST BY LADY ARUNDELL
THE Administrator directs the publica-
tion for general information of the text
of the following broadcast by LADY
ARUNDELL on November 28rd :-
I am taking this last opportunity to
send a goodbye message to the women of
the Windward Islands in many walks of
life with whom I have associated for over
4 years
I should first like to thank you for all
the kindness you have shown me during
my husband's tour of duty. Wherever I
have been in the islands you have given me
such a kind and cheerful welcome that 1
have at once felt at home and not a
stranger being politely greeted.
There is no getting away from the fact
that these 4 years have been hard ones
for us all-They have been even 'harder
for people in some other parts of the world.
Here in the Windward Islands we have
had our suc-esses and our failures, our
joys and sorrows. The world moves on
and we must move with it.
Next year our young Queen ELIZABETH
will be crowned. Just as Her Majesty
has dedicated herself to the service ot her
people, let us women dedicate ourselves
to work harder not only for ourselves and
our families but for the community and
nation to which we are proud to belong.
The times may be hard. but not so hard
that they cannot be faced cheerfully by
sensible. God-fearing people, determined
to pull together to make their country a
better and happier place to live in. In
this 1 am sure you will not fail, because I
know and have confidence in the courage
and good sense of the women of these
Islands.
I am sad to say good-bye, but not so sad
as I should be if we were leaving the West
Indies for good. In Barbados we shall
be near you and I shall look forward to
meeting some of you there and to hearing
your news often.
I wish you and your families good
health and happiness in the years to come,
Good-bye and GOD bless you all."
Ref. No.
29th November, 1952.

POST OF SUPERINTENDENT OF
PUBLIC WORKS, GRENADA.
APPLICATIONS are invited for the
post of Superintendent of Public
Works, Grenada, on contract for three
years.


Salary:


The salary of the post will
be in the range of 1,200
to 1,500 per annum ac-
cording to the candidate's
experience and qualifica-
tions. In addition, a
transport allowance at the
rate of 31b per annum is
payable. Cost of living
allowance is not payable


Duties.: The Officer will be required
to perform all duties apper-
taining to the office of
Superintendent of Public
Works.
In addition, he holds the
following appointments by
virtue of his office,:-
Chairman of the Central
Road Authority ;
Chairman of the Central
Water Authority ;
Chairman of the Queen's
Park Committ e ;
Member of several other
Boards and Committees.
He will alho be required to under-
take su.h other duties as may from
time to t me be imposed on him by
the laws of the Colony or by direction
of the Officer Administering the Gov-
ernment,
Qualifications: The Candidate must
be a Corporate vi ember of
the Institute of Livil En-
gineering and must have
good Administrative expe-
rience and ability,
Quarters : Quarters are not ordin-
arily p ovided, but if
necessary, consideration
may be given to this ques-
tion. In the event of quar-
ters being provided rental
will ie charged at a rate
not exceeding 10 per cent
of the Officer's salary.
Leave and The officer will be eligible
Passages: to earn leave, provided that
his work and conduct have
been satisfactory, at the
rate of one week for each
completed period of three
months resident service
Free first class passages
are provided on first ap-
pointment, and on satis-
factory termination of con-
tract, for the officer and
his family.
Leave passages are not
provided.
Applications should be addressed to
the Chief Secretary Windward Is-
lands, St. George's Grenada, and
trust reach him not later than 31st
December, 1952.
1326/ 9.


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METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER KEPT AT BOTANICAL GARDENS, DOMINICA.


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1952.


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THERMOMETER.
Relative
Humidity.
Dry. Wet.
9a.m. 3 p m.
9am. 3pmn. 9a.m. 3pm


81 86 74 81 72 77
81 87 5 79 72 64
81 86 5 77 72 62
8:i 88 77 78 72 59


Sept. 1 Mon.
S2 Tues.
3 Wed.
4 Thurs.
5 Fri.
61 Sat.
71 i i.
8 Mon.
S9 Tues.
S10 Wed.
11 Thurs.
121 Fri.
13 Sat.
14 Sun.
15 Mon.
S16: Tues.
S17 Wed
18 Thurs.
19 Fri.
20) Sat.
S21 Sun.
22 Mon.
23 Tues.
24 Wed.
25 Thurs.
26 F'ri.
27 Sat
281 Sun.
,,29 Mon.
,30 Tues.


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M. P. 224/1


82
80

83
8:3
77
74
84
85
81
7.1
78
82
77
85
81
84
83
83
82
83
81
8t
85
85


Barometer
Corrected.
Thermometer. Reduced to S" Fl Rainfill for the Rainfall for the
and Sea Level. Rainfall. Year 152. Year 1951.

Max'm. Mint'm. 9 a m. 3 pm. Mts. Ins. Pts Mthp, Ins. Pts.



89 82 19.87 29. 3 1.05 January 1.85 Jnnuary 5.9G
88 79 29.92 9 jE8 12 February 1 59 February 2. 92
87 0O 29.93 29.87 03 March 1. :88 March 1. 88
87 81 '9.95 29 9 .23 April 4 2!' April 3.84
ES 80 :'9.95 29 92 6 May 4 31 May 13.20
87 80 29, f *9 98 .2 e June 9 June 10 5
89 FO 29 88 29 85 .02 July 13.19 July 8. 32
88 80 29 96 29 93 .,6 Aug. 9.83 Aug. 10. 36
87 82 29.94 29.J8 .05 Sept. 16 05 Sept. 9. 69
87 ?7 29 3 29i.3 2.40 2 15 66
:0 75 9 95 29.91 4.27 Total 6215 Toal
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1952 ROStiAU TOWN COUNCIL ORD




DOMINICA
ORDINANCE NO. OF 1952.
I assent

Governor.
1952,
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND FURTHER THE
ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE 1937
(NO. 22 OF 1937).
(Gazetted 1952.)
BE IT ENACTED by the Legislature of Dominica
as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL (AMENDMENT)
ORDINANCE. 1952, short title
and shall be read as one with the Roseau Town Council No. 23/1937
Ordinance. 1937, as amended (hereinafter referred to ,, s/14s
as the principal Ordinance).
2. The principal Ordinance is hereby amended by Addition of
the addition thereto after Section 80 of the following :- tons
80. A (1)- In or before the month of Novem- Preparation
ber in each year annual estimates of the of Estimates
revenue and expenditure shall be prepared by
the Council in respect of the financial year
commencing on the first day of January then
next ensuing in such form as may be pres-
cribed by the Governor in Council ; and the
same shall be submitted to the Governor in
Council for approval in that month of Novem-
ber.
Provided that estimates in respect of the
financial year commencing on the first day of
January, 1953, shall be submitted to the
Governor in Council for approval in that
month of January.
(2) The Governor in Council may approve of Estimates to
such estimates as submitted in whole or in be approved
part and may amend, vary or delete any item by the Gov-
of revenue or expenditure as he may deem fit. Council











1952 ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL ORD



(3) Such estimates shall, when so approved
by the Governor in Council, be binding in
their details upon the Council subject never-
theless to any addition, deletion, re vote or
transfer agreed to by resolution of the Coun-
cil subsequent to such approval, which shall
have been communicated to the Governor and
approved by the Governor in Council.
Powers of 80.B. It shall be lawful for the Governor in Coin-
Governor in cil to submit to the Council for its considera-
Council tion proposals for the raising of additional
revenue and in the event of the rejection in
whole or in part of such proposals, the Gov-
ernor in Council may by Order impose such
additional taxation measures as may be deemed
necessary, subject however, to the approval
of the Legislative Council.
Passed this day of 1952.


1172/52 Clerk of the Legislative Council.
OBJECTS AND REASONS
There is no provision in the Roseau Town Council Ordinance,
1937, for the preparation of annual estimates of revenue and
expenditure. It is considered necessary to include this provision
and as well, in view of the Government's ultimate responsibility
for ensuring that the services provided by the Town Council will
continue, to require that these estimates should be subject to the
approval of the Governor in C(ouncil.
The objects of this Bill are as follows :-
1. To make provisions for the preparation by the Council of
annual estimates of revenue and expenditure and the
submission thereof to the Governor in Council for ap-
proval, and
2. To empower the Governor in Council to submit to the
Council proposals aimed at increasing its revenue and to
impose such proposals in the event of rejection by the
Council, subject to the approval of the Legislative
Council.
C. ADDISON HARNEY,
Crown Attorney.









1952 CONTAGIOUS DISEASES SRO 35 A 59




DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 35 OF 1952
ORDER IN COUNCIL
MADE UNDER SECTION 12 OF THE CONTAGIOUS DISEASES
(CATTLE) ACT, 1877 ", NO. 14 OF 1877, (DOMINICA) THIS
1ST DAY OF DECEMBER, 1952, PROHIBITING THE IMPORTATION
OF CATTLE, SHEEP, GOATS, SWINE AND OTHER ANIMALS
INTO DOMINICA FROM THE ISLAND OF MARTINiQUE.
(Gazetted 1st December. 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 foreign animals or any specified
kind thereof brought from any specified country or place, prohibit
the landing thereof in this Island either generally or elsewhere
than in a specified part or parts thereof :
AND WHEREAS a disease has appeared among cattle,
sheep, goats, swine and other animals in the Island of Martinique,
in consequence of which it is desirable with a view to preventing
the introduction or spreading of such disease in this Island to
prohibit absolutely the importation of cattle, sheep, goats, swine
and other animals from the Island of Martinique :
NOW, THEREFORE, with the advice of the Executive Coun-
cil and in exersice of the powers vested in me by the above
recited section of the aforesaid Act, I do hereby declare that the
importation of cattle, sheep, goats, swine and other animals into
Dominica from the Island of Martinique is prohibited absolutely
until further order.
Made by the Governor in Council this 1st December, 1952,
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of the Executive Council.
1831/52
DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by Authority.
[Price Id.]




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