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    Ordinance no. 22 of 1952
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    Draft Bill: Customs Import and Export Tariff Consolidation (Amendment) Ordinance, 1952
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    Draft Bill: Liquor Licences (Amendment) Ordinance, 1952
        Page B-9
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    Draft Bill: Trade and Professional Licences (Amendment) Ordinance, 1952
        Page B-11
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        Page B-14
    Draft Bill: Sale of Produce (Amendment) Ordinance, 1952
        Page B-15
        Page B-16
    Draft Bill: Entertainments (Amendment) Ordinance, 1952
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        Page B-20
    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 36 of 1952
        Page C-60
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Dominica.


Official


VOL. LXXV


Gazette.


ub1 iIj eb b p A tY f o r i uit p.
ROSEAU, MONDAY, DECEMBER -9, 1952.


No. -.


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 Hstate situate in the
Parish of St, Joseph in the Colony of Dominica.
ELIZABETH II. By the Grace of God of Great Britain, Ireland, and the Britis
Dominions beyond the Seas Queen, Defender of the Faith.
To all persons claiming an interest in the lands and tenements hereinafter described.
WHEREAS it has been made to appear to Us that the Stonehil! 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 t
have the said parcel of land vested in Us at a sitting of the Supreme Court to be
olden at Roseau in the Colony of Dc minica in the month -f Apr:l, 95;3.
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 Registiar
L.S.
624/50.


3rPI ,,gJ
Dcs'l'd










417 OFFICIAL GAZETTE,

DEPARTURE OF HIS EX-
CELLENCY THE GOVERNOR
WITH reference to Gazette Notice No
342 of Dtecember 20th 1952. it is notified
for general information that His Ex.
coilency Prigadier Sir ROBERT DUNe AN
HARRIS ARUNDELL, K.C.M.G., O.B.H., Gov-
ernor and Commander-in-Chief of the
Windward Islands left the Colony on
Friday December 26th for Grenada.
Ref No. 651/51
December 27th 1952.


No. 354
ASSENT TO ORDINANCES
THE undermentioned Ordinance which
has been assented to by His Exceliency
the Governor is published w th and forms
part of this issue of the Oficial Gazett :-
No 22 of 1952. An Ordinance to amend
further the Roseau Town Council Ordi-
nance, 1937 (No. 23 of 1937)
Ref. 1172/52.
December 29th 1952.


No. 355
PUBLICATION OF BILLS
TIB following Bills which were intro-
duced at and passed by the Liegislative
Council on Thursday December 18th,
1952, are published with and form part of
this issue of the Ofieial Gazette :-
(i) An Ordinance further to amend
the Customs Import and Export
Tariff Consolidation Ordinance, 1930.
C. 7/52
(iii An Ordinance to amend further
the Liquor Licences Ordinance, 193(.
1380/52
(iii) An Ordinance to amend further the
Trade and Prcfessional Licences
Ordinance, 1939.
1381/52
(iv) An Ordinance to amend the Sale of
Produce Ordinance, 1941.
1378/52
(v) An Ordinance to amend the Enter-
tainments Ordinance, 1938.
1382/52
December 29th, 1952



No. 356
THE following Statutory Rules and
Orders is circulated with and form part
of this Gazette:-
85/55-124
No. 36 of 1952. Currency (Netes) ,Amend-
ment) Regulations, 1952.
85/51--124,


MONDAY DECEMBER 29, 1952

No 357
SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COL-
ONIES TO BROADCAST NEW
YEAR'S MESSAGE

IT is notified for general information
that the Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies will broadcast
a New Year's message to the Colonies on
the following services of the B B C :-
GENERAL OVERSEAS SERVICE
31st December at 12..0 and 17.0) G. M.T.
(8.30 a.m and 1.00 p.m. local time)
Ist January at 02.15 G.M.T.
(10.15 p.m., 31st December, local time)
CALLING WEST INDIES
3'st December a 23.15 i.M.r'
(7.15 p.m. local time
1250/47
December 29th, 1952

No :538
VISIT OF LORD MU1SrER. PARLIA-
MENTARY SECRE i'ARY OF STATE
FOR THE COLONIES, TO
DOMINICA
WITH reference to Gazet'e Notice No.
307 of 24th November 1952 it. is notified
for general information that Lord
MUNSTER, the Parliament iry under Secre-
tary of State for the Colonies, accom-
panied by Mr J. W. VERNON, Principal of
the West Indian Department of the
Colonial OTice, will visit Dominica from
January 8th to January 12th 1953.
Ref. C. 29'52
December 29th, 1952.
BY COMMAND,
VICrOR C. JQSSE.
Government Secretary,

Departmental and other
Notices

CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING
AUTHORITY
NOTICE
THE Central Housing and Planning
Authority as duly constituted under Sec-
tion 4 (1) (a) of the Slum Clearance and
Housing Ordinance, No. 5 of 1946, and in
accordance with Part 111, Section 13 (1)
(b), of the Town and Country Planning
Ordinance, No. 4 ef 1946, hereby prohi-
bits the further development of land or
construction, demolition, alteration, ex-
tension, repair or renewal of any building
situate within the area known as the
"Pound" in the Town of Roseau with
effect from 24th December. 1952, because
the said authority has resolved to prepare
a Scheme for the said area.
A. GRANT,
Acting C(hairmnan, Central lHousing,
and Planning Authority.
Roseau,
Dominica.
23rd December, 1952.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1952 411
---------~- ----"------~ -~ -- -- --
THE WEST INDIA RE(AMENT There is likely to be considerable co'q
petition for the limited number of vacan-
APPLICATIONS are invited from suitablees available now n future years and
e'les available now in future years, and
candidates for appointment as officers in only those candidates should apply w
the West India Regiment. Successful s ,
can bring a first class recommendations
candidates will be admitted to the Royal fom their headmasters as d can in ,dd-
Military Academy in England, and, onw t they have prsveddu ng
tion show that they have proved du ng
the successful completion of their training, thi ti at chl hat tey are capable
l b g e p e Q n their time at school that they are capable
will be granted permanent Queen's Corn- leaderhp and are of a high standard of
leadershipp and are of a high standard of
missions in the British Regular Army and
physiwus.
will be posted to the West India Regiment. ph uite
Suitable candidates who wish to apply
Six candidates are likely to be accepted f t aanies a o applicat
for this vacancies may obtain application
from the British West Indian coloniess as f i ma
forms and information about the require-
a whole during the course of the next
a ur the c s e ments which have to be fulfilled before
year, and further candidates will be
e, an uther ca ates w be admission to the Royal Military Academy
needed annually thereafter.
f from the Government Seeretary, Dom-
Candidates will be required to possess inica to whom applications should be ad-
the normal qualifications for admission to dressed at an early date as possible and
the Royal Military Academy and they will not later than January 3rd, 1953.
have to be nominated by a local Selectionef. No
*ief. No 1369/52
Committee and by the Commander of the De r h, 1 .
December 18th, 1952.
Caribbean Area in Jamalca. Those candi-
dates who receive nominations will there"
after have to be interviewed by a Regular NOTr) I CE
Commissions lioard in the United King- Trade Marks Office,
dori before a final decision is reached DOMINICA.
about their ad mission to the Royal Mili- 12th November, 1952
tary Academy. STERLING PRODUCTS INTERNA-
TIONAL, INCORPORATED of 1450
The minimum qualifications are:- T ID o
Broadway, New York, State of New York,
<1) to be a British subject; i
(2) to be between i 171and 18 years have applied for the registration 4 one
(2) to be between 17 and 181 years trade mark consisting of the following
old at the time, of application (in trade ark of the following
o der to nprnitf timrne for thA word:-


necessary interviews and selec-
tions before admission to the
Royal Miiitary Academy between
the ages of 8 and 19')
(3) to have passed an examination
which is accepted as being equiva-
lent to the General Certificate of
Education at Ordinary Level in-
cluding English and three other
subjects ; (a notice will be issued
in due course regarding the
acceptance of the (ambriage
Senior School Certificate as the
equivalent);
(4) to be unmarried ;
(5) to be medically fit by British
Army standards for service in
any part of the world.


INSTANTINA

in Class 3, that if to say, pharmaceuticals
The applicants claim that they have
been using the said trade mark in respect
of the said goods for 33 years before the
1lth day of August, 1952.
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 th,
Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of opposi-
tion to the registration of the said Trade
Mark.
A. B. MARIE
Acting Registrar of 2rade Marks
Agent:-C.A.H. Dupigny, Esq.,
Roseau, Dominica.


D~OMINICA
Pranthd at the BfirdgI Or1onrc, Rogeau;-y Authbrity


Ad


,don, ..WA-








1952 ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL ORD 22 74




DOMINICA
ORDINANCE NO. 22 OF 195;.

I assent
U oH. LINDO
for Governor.


29th December, 1952.


AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND FURTHER THE
ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE 1937
(NO. 23 OF 1937).
(Gazetted 29th December. 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,hort title
and shall be read as one with'the Roseau Town Council No. 23/1937
Ordinance, 1937,tas amended (hereinafter referred to 8/1949
as the principal Ordinance).
2. The principal Ordinance is hereby amended by Addition of
the addition thereto after Section 80 of the following:-- tosec
80. A (1) In or before the month of Novem- Preparation
ber in each year annual estimates of the of Estimates
reveuue 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 b the Gov-
of revenue or expenditure as he may deem fit. Council


29th December, 1952.









ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL


(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.
Passed this 16th day of December, 1952.
W. O. SEVERIN,


1172/52


Clerk of the Leaislative Council


DOMINICA'
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by Authority


(Price 2d)


1952


ORD 22











1952 CUSTOMS IMPORT AND EXPORT
TA,RIFe' CON-OLIDATION
(AMENDMENT)


ORD.

Li


DOMINICA

ORDINANCE NO. I FOF 1952.

I assent

SGovernor,
1952
AN ORDINANCE FURTHER TO AMEND THE
CUSTrOMS IMPORT AND EXPORT TARIFF
CONSOLIDA ION 'ORDINANCE 1930.


[Gazetted 1952]
BE JT ENACTED by the Legislature of Dominica
as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the I
'CUSTOMS IMPORT ANI EXPORT TARTFF CON-
SOLIDATION (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 1952,


Short Title.


and shall be read as one with the Customs Import and D!ca. Ords.
Export Tariff Consblidation Ordinance. 1930, and all 11/30, '2/3
16/32, 4/33
amendments thereto (hereinafter called the principal, r,/3' s/34
Ordinance). 7/37, 21/40
4/41, 6/44,
"6 & 7/45.
7/47, 1>,:2:
& 24/49, 5),
13 & 3.3/Il
2. The principal Ordinance is hereby amended by Amendmeiien
substituting the words "Preferential Tariff" for the ol prilncilal
words "British Preferential Tariff" wherever those Ordiace,
words shall occur.
3. Paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of section 3 of A\LmiLnd en
the principal Ordinance is hereby amended by substi- "t i''t
touting the words "any of the territories mentioned in principal
the seventh schedule hereto" for the words "the Bri- Ordinance.
tish Empire" wherever those words shall occur.












1952 CUSTOMS IMPORT AND EXPORT
TARIFF CONSOLIDATION
(AMENDMENT)


ORD.


Addition of
section l((l)
of principal
Ordinkn*e.


Repeal and
replacement
of section
10(2) of
princ. Ord.


4. Subsection (1) of section 19 of the principal
Ordinance is hereby amended by the addition thereto
of the following proviso-
"Provided that such declaration shall not be
required for any class of goods specifically
exempt in all circumstances".
5. Subsection (2) of section 10 of the principal
Ordinance is hereby repealed and in place thereof the
following subsection shall have effect-
No person shall; without the written permits.
sion of the Collector of Lustoms, sell, exchange,
or otherwise dispose of or use any article for
any purpose other than that specified in the de-
claration by virtue of which such article is ad-
mitted free of duty and suci article, unless the
full duties thereon or such lesser amount as the
Collector of Customs either generally or in any-
particular case may decide shall be chargeable
shall have been paid. shall be forfeited and any
person who shall be knowingly concerned in
the use of the goods contrary t, such declara-
tion shall each incur for each such offence a
penalty not exceeding five hundred dollars".
6. Section 17 (a) of the principal Ordinance is
hereby amended by substituting the word"' six" for the
word "three" in the seventh line thereof.

7. Items 84 (b), 88, 101 (b), 193, 819(a) (i) and (ii)
870 and 893 (c) of the First Schedule of the principal
Ordinance are hereby deleted and in place thereof the
following shall have effect-


Amendment
of Section
17(a) of
principal
Ordinance.
Amendment
of First
Schedule of
principal
Or, i eI












CUSTOMS IMPORT AND EXPORT
TARIFF CONSOLIDATION


ORD.


(AMENDMENT)


Item No.
(Customs
Union No. in
brackets)


84 (86)
88 (95)
101 ()10)
193 (229)





319 (371)





370 (425)



393 (448)


Class or Description of Goods


Un it
for
duty


Rate of Duty

Pref. Gen.
Tariff Tariff.


- I ]-________


(b) Cigarettes
Lard not including neutral lard .
(b) Lard substitutes
Other fibres of artificial or
synthetic textile libres, n.e.s. .
(a) when the value exceeds
2()l.s. per sq. yard .
(b) Other ...
(a) Printers' type, stereotypes and
plates
(i) Printers' type of haso metels..
(ii) Other


Firearms:
(a) Revolvers and Pistols
(b) Sporting firearms
(e) Bank & Currency Xotes


lb.
100 lb.


$3.36
$1.50
$1.50


val. 20%
sq. yd. 4cts.


Free



val. 20%


Free


$4.31
$3.38
$3.38




30%
6cts.



Free


Fr
Free


8. The second schedule of the principal Ordinance Insertion of
is hereby amended by the insertion of the' following new para-
paragraph after item 3 (4)- raph inse
ond schedule
"The effects, including motor vehicles, of all of principal
officers transferred within the Colonies of the Ordinance,
Windward Islands Group and on which duty
has already been paid in one of the Colonies".


1952


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1952 CUSTOMS IMPORT AND EXPORT ORD.
TARIFF CONSOLIDATION
(AMENDMENT)



Amendment 9. Item 7 (6) of the Second Schedule of the princi-
of Item 7(6) pal Ordinance is hereby amended by inserting the
of second words "and all articles" between the words "material"
schedule of
princ. Ord, and "imported" occurring therein.
Repeal and 10. Item 25 of the Second Schedule of the principal
replacement Ordinance is hereby repealed and in place thereof the
of item 25 of
secolds che- following shall have effect--
dule of "'Everything of whatever description, except
pri. Od tobacco, which the importer shall prove to the
satisfaction of the Collector of Customs to be
imported solely for use as an ingredient in the
manufacture of produce upon which either
Export or Excise Duty will become payable
when the process of manufacture shall have
been completed including cigar fillings, paper,
material for finishing cigars and cigar boxes,
and paper for wrapping of fruit for export and
ecuelling pans".
Amendment 11. Items 14 (b), 14 (c), 15 and 17 of the Third
of Third Schedule of the principal Ordinance are hereby deleted
Schedule of
principal and in place thereof the following shall have effect -
Ordinance.













CUSTOMS IMPORT AND EXPORT
TARIFF CONSOLIDATION


ORD.


AMENDMENTN)


Article


LIME JUICE:
(b) Raw
(c) Cordial


NUTS, KERNELS AND DERIVATIVES :


Copra, Coconuts and Coconut Oil.
When at the date of exportation from the
Colony the f.o.b. value of the same is :-
$52.80 and under $57.60 duty per ton or
part thereof proportionately .
$57.60 and under $62.40 duty per ton or
part thereof proportionately ...
$62.40 and.under $67.20 duty per ton or
part thoreof proportionately
$67.20 and under $72.00 duty per ton or
part thereof proportionately ...
$72.00 and under $76.80 duty per ton or
part thereof proportionately ...
$76.80 and under $81.60 duty per ton or
part thereof proportionately ...
$81.60 and under $86.40 duty per ton or
part thereof proportionately ...
$86.40 and nader $91.20 duty per ton or
part thereof proportionately ...
$91.20 and under $96.00 duty per ton or
part thereof ...
and for every increase in price of $4.80 or
part thereof per ton at $96.00 and under
$168.00 -- additional duty per ton ,er part
thereof proportionately ...
and for every increase in price of $4.80 or part
thereof per ton at $168.00 and over- further
additional duty per ton or part thereof
proportionately ... ...

SYRUP.. ...


Export Triff


3 per gallon


Rate of duty
per ton, or part
of a ton, propor-
tionately

72F per ton

96f r

$1.20 ,,

$1.68 ,,


$2.16

$2.64

$3.12

$3.60

$4.32



72)


, ,,,

,, ,,



,, 1,


$1.20

20 per gallon


1952,


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1952 CUSTOMS IMPORT AND EXPORT
TARIFF CONSOLIDATION
(AMENDMENT)


ORD.


12. Item 1 of the Fourth Schedule of the principal
Ordinance is hereby deleted and in place thereof the
following shall have effect-


Article


I
!Export Tar.iff


(a) ESSENTIAL OILS OE LIME
When at the date of exportation from the
Colony the local value of the same is :

Under$1.20 ... ... ...
$1.20 and under $2.40
$2.40, ,, ,, $3.60
$3.60 ,,, $4.80 ...
$4.80 1,,,, $6.00
$6.00 ., ,, $7.20 ...
$7.20 ,,, $8.40 ... ...i
and thereafter a proportionate increase of...:
for every rise of $1.20 or part thereof

(b) ESSENTIAL OILS OTHER
When at the date of exportation from the
Colony the local value of the same is:--

Under $1.20 ..
$1.20 and under $2.40 ... ...
$2.40 ,, ,, $3.60 ... ...
$3.60 ., $4.80 ... ...
$4.80 ,, $6.00 ... .
$6.00 ,, ,, $7.20 ... ..
$7.20 ,, $8.40 ... ...
and thereafter a proportionate increase of..
for every rise of $1.20 or part thereof


Rate of duty per
lb. or part of a
lb. proportioin-
ately.
4!. per lb.
10 ,, ,
12e.
16 '. ,, ,,
36e. ,, ,,
45 ,, ,,
54(. ,, ,,
9c. ,, ,,


Rate of duty per
lb. or part of a
lb. proportion-
ately.
4c. per 11).
10,'.
12c.
18c.
24c.
30c.
36c.
6e. ., ,,


Addition of 13. The following Schedule shall be added to the
rrew Sledule principal Ordinance :-


Amendment
of Fourth
Schedule of
principal
Ordinance.


Item
No, I

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1952 CUSTOMS IMPORT AND EXPORT ORB.
TARIFF CONSOLIDATION
(AMENDMENT)


SEVENTH SCHEDULE.
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern
Ireland
Dependant territories of the United Kingdem
of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Canada
Commonwealth of Australia
Dependant territories of the Commonwealth of
Australia
New Zealand
Dependant Territories of New Zealand.
Union of South A-friea including South-West
Africa
India.
Pakistan.
Southern Rhedesia.
Irish Republic.
Burma.
Ceylon.
14. The Customs Import and Export Tariff Consoli- Repal of
dation (Amendment) Ordinance, 1941, is hereby re- ord. No.
pealed. 4/1941.
15. This Ordinance shall come into operation on the Commence
19th day of December, 1952. ment.
Passed this 18th day of December, 1952.
W. O. SEVERIN,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.
C 7/62,











OBJECTS AND REASONS.
In the Customs Import and Export Tariff Consolidation Or.
dinance, 1930, the expression British Empire" is used in con-
nection with the importation of goods subject to British Prefer-
ential" rates of duty. As Burma and the Irish Republic, although
no longer in the Commonwealth, are still given the advantage of
the preferential tariff (subject to reciprocity) it is considered in-
appropriate for the countries whose goods are eligible for admis.
sion at preferential rates to be defined by reference to a definition
of British Empire'.
2. The object of this Bill is to amend the Customs Import
and Export Tariff Consolidation Ordinance, 1930:--
(a) by omitting therefrom any references to the "British
Empire";
(b) by substituting "Preferential Tariff" for the term "Bt i-
tish Preferential Tariff" and
(c) by adding to the Ordinance another schedule containing
a list of the territories to the goods of which the 'Pre-
ferential Tariff" is applicable,
in accordance with a suggestion contained in the Secretary of
State's Circular No. 97084/63/51 of the 11th September, 1951.
3. This opportunity has been seized to clarify certain am.
biguities and effect other amendments and carry out instructions
received from the Secretary of State.
4. The Tariff on Raw Lime Juice, Lime Juice Cordial and
Essential Oils of Lime has been increased.
C. ADD1SON HARNEY,
5/12/1952. Crown Attorney.









1952


LIQUOR LICENCES
(AMENDMENT)


ORD.


DOMINICA
ORDINANCE NO. OF 1D52
I assent

1952 Governor.
AN ORDINANCE T,AAMEND FURTHER THE
LIQUOR LICENSES ORDINANCE, 1938.
[Gazetted 1952]
BE IT ENACTED by the Legislature of Dominica
as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short Titl,
LIQUOQi LICENCES (AMENDMENT) ORDIN-
ANCE, 1952
and shall be read as one with the Liquor Licences Or- Ord.
14/1938
,dinance, 1938 as amended(hereinafter referred to as the 26/1951
principal ordinance .
2. Schedule C of the principal Ordinance is hereby Replacement
of Schedule
repealed and the following shall be substituted there- C of princi-
for--- pal Ordin-
SCHEDULE C. ance.
(Sections 9, 10, and 16)
Fees for Licences
(a) Retail Liquor Licence for Half Year
1. In the Town of Roseau and within one
mile thereof $60.00
2. In the Town of Portsmouth and within
one mile thereof and in the Villages of
Pointe Michel, St.Joseph; Marigot and
Berricoa and within one mile thereof $24.00
3, In any other part of the Colony $12.00
(b) Wholesale Liquor Licence for Half Year
1. In the Town of Reseau and within one
mile thereof $48.00
2. in any other part of the Colony $38.40
(e) Tavern Lieence for Half Year
1. In the Town of Roseau and within one










1952 LIQUOR LICENCE ORD.
(AMENDMENT)



mile thereof $30.00
2. In any other part of the Coleny $24.00
Provided that for any of the above licences required
in respect of any premises owned or managed by any
non-resident individual, firm or company or in which
any non-resident individual, firm or company is finan-
cially interested an additional $30.00 shall be paid in
the case of premises in the Town of Reseau and .within
one mile thereof and an additional $24.00 shall be paid
in the case of premises in any other part of the Colony.
(d) Occasional Licence.
For each day or part of a day
1. In the Town of Roseau and within cne
mile thereof $3.00
2. In any other part of the Colony $2 40
ommenc- 3. This Ordinance shall come into operation on the
Comminos"
ment. 1st day of January, 1953.
Passed this 18th (ay of DecE rrbe,. 1NPr2.
W. 0. SEVERIN
1380/52. ClerbR of the Legislative ( council.
OBJECTS AND REASONS
The object of this Bill is to increase LiquorLicences
in the Town of Roseau by 25%.
C. ADD!SON HARNEY
Crown A attorney












1952 TRADE AND PROFESSIONAL LICENCEg ORD.
(AMENDMENT)




DOMINICA
ORDINANCE NO. OF 1952
I assent
S ....... ......... ......
1952. Governor.
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND FURTHER THE TRADE
AND PROFESSIONAL LICENCES ORDINANCE, 1939.
[Gazetted 1952]
BE IT ENACTED by the Legislature of Dominica as follows:
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
TRADE AND PROFESSIONAL LICENCES (AMEND- Short Title
MENT) ORDINANCE, 1952,
Ore.
and shall be read as one with the Trade and Professional Lic- 15/1939
ences Ordinance, 1939 as amended (hereinafter referred to as 16/1941
the principal Ordinance). 10/1947
2. Schedule A of the principal Ordinance is hereby repealed Replace-
and the following shall be substituted therefor- imlen of
Schedule A
SCHEDULE A. of principal
Fees for Licences. Ord.
1. Store Licence
(a) For persons resident in the Colony-
(i) For any store situate in the Town of
Roseau or within one mile thereof $9.00
(ii) For any store situate in the Town of
Portsmouth or within one mile thereof $7.20
(iii) For any store situate in any place other
than those mentioned above $4.80
(b) For any store owned or managed by any
non-resident individual, firm or com-
pany or in which any non-resident in-
dividual, firm or company is financially
interested.
(i) In the Town of Roseau or within one
mile thereof $120.00
(ii) In any other part of the Colony $96.00
2 Parlour Licence
For persons resident in the Colony-











1952 TRADE AND PROFESSIONAL LICENCES ORD.
AMENDMENT


(i) For any parlour situate in the Town of
Roseau or within one mile thereof
(ii) For any parlour situate in any other
part of the Colony
(b) For any parlour owned or managed by
any non-resident individual, firm or com-
pany or in which any non-resident indivi-
dual, firm or company is financially in-
terested
(i) In the Town of Roseau and within one
mile thereof
(ii) In any other part of the Colony
3 Importers' Licence


$6.00

$4.80







$30.00
$24.00


If tax value does not exceed
$1,200
exceeds $1,200
but does not'exceed $4,800
If tax value exceeds $4,800
but does not exceed $9,600
If tax value exceeds $9,600
but does not exceed $19,200 I
For every $4,800 or part
thereof by which the tax
value exceeds $19,200 up to
$48,000 an additional
For every $4,800 or part
thereof by which the tax
value exceeds $48,000 an
additional
4 Hucksters' Licence


a) In the Town
of Roseau &
within 1 mile
thereof

$6.00

$18.00


$30.00

$60.00



$12.00


$9.00


(a) For persons resident in the Colony-
(i) For trading in the Town of Roseau or
within one mile thereof
(ii) For trading in any other part of the
Colony
(b) For non-resident persons
(i) For trading in the town of Roseau or


) I
o
p
ti



$1

$:

$L


n any
other
art of
ie Colony

$4.80

14.40

24.00

18.00



$9.60



;7.20




$6.00

$4.80











1952 TRADE AND PROFESSIONAL LICENCES ORD.
AMENDMENT



within one mile thereof $30.00
(ii) For trading in any other part of the
Colony $24.00
5 Professional Licence
(a) Banker
(i) In the Town of Roseau or within one
mile thereof $150.00
(ii) In any other part of the Colony $120.00
(b) Auctioneer
(i) In the Town of Roseau and any other
part of the Colony $36.00
(ii) In any part of the Colony not includ-
ing Roseau or one mile thereof $28.80
(c) Civil Engineer or Land Surveyor $15.00
(d) Dentist $15.00
(e) Occulist or Optician $15.00
(f) Travelling Agents
On each visit to the Colony $12.00
3. For Schedule C, 1, of the principal Ordinance the follow- Replae
Replace-
ing shall be substituted-- icit of
Schedule C Schedule C
(Section 11 A) of principal
1. Ordinance.
Every licence, which shall be issued in the name of the princi-
pal and not the agent, to carry on business of
(a) Life Insurance $30.00
(b) Any other form of Insurance $18.00
4. This Ordinance shall come into operation on the 1st day Commence-
of January, 1953. ment
Passed this 18th day of December, 1952.
W. O. SEVERIN
1381/52. Clerk of the Legislative Council.
OBJECTS AND REASONS.
The object of this Bill is to increase Trade and Profess-
ional Licences in the Town of Roseau by 25%.
C. ADDISON HARNEY
Crown Attorney.










1952


SALE OF PRODUCE
(AMENDMENT)


ORD.


DOMINICA
ORDINANCE NO. OF 1952
I assent

1952 Governor.
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND FURTHER THE SALE
OF PRODUCE ORDINANCE, 1941.


IGazetted


, 1952] .


BE IT ENACTED by the Legislature of Dominica as
follows:-
1, This Ordinance may be cited as ihe
SALE OF PRKDUCE (AMENIlVJENT) ORDINANCE, Short Title
1952
and shall be read as one with the Sale of Produce Ordinance, Ord.22/1943
1941, as amended, (hereinafter referred to as the principal 16/1948
12!1941
Ordinance). 1/1942
2. The Third Schedule to the principal Ordinance is Repeal and
hereby repealed and the following shall be substituted there- Replacement
for- of Third
Third Schedule Schiedul of
SPrincipal
(Sections 6, 15, 22, 34 and 55) Ord.
(a) Produce Seller's Licence $ 0.12
(b) Produce Pedlar's Licence
(i) In the Town of Roseau and within 6ne
mile thereof $ 0.15
(ii) In any other part of the Colony $ 0.12
(c) Produce Huckster's Licence
(i) In the Town of Roseau and any other
part of the (tlony $ 3.00
(ii) In any other part of the Colony,not in-
cluding Roseau and within one mile
thereof $ 2.40
(d) Produce Dealer's Licence
(i) In the Town of Rqseau and any 6ther
part of the Colony $18.00










1952 SALE OF PRODUCE ORD
(AMENDMENT)



(ii) In any other part of the Colony,not in-
cluding Roseau and within one mile
thereof $14.40
Commence. 3. This Ordinance shall come into operation on the Ist day
ment. of January, 1953.
Passed this 18th day of December, 1952
W. O. SEVERIN,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.
OBJECTS AND REASONS
The object of this Rill is to increase the Sale of Pro-
duce Licences in the Town of Roseau by 25%.
C. ADDISON HARNEY
Crown Attorney.









1952 ENTERTAINMENTS ORD.
(AMENDMENT)



DOMINICA
ORDINANCE NO. OF 1952.
I assent

Governor.
,1952 -
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE ENTERTAIN-
MENTS ORDINANCE, 1938.
(Gazetted ,1952)
BE IT ENACTED ly the Legislature of Dominiea
as follows :
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
ENTERTAINMENTS (AMENDMENT) ORDI-
SShort Title
NANCE, 1952,
and shall be read as one with the Entertainments Ord. No.
Ordinance, 1938, (hereinafter referred to as the prin- 4/1938
cipal Ordinance).
2. Section 7 of the principal Ordinance is hereby Ta, on pay-
repealed and in place thereof the following shall have m,,t for ad-
effect :- mission
7 (1) In addition to any fee payable under
this or any other law in force in the
Colony, there shall be charged and
paid on all payments for admission to
any cinematograph exhibition :-
(a) A tax of one cent on every ten cents
or part thereof of such payment (exclud-
ing the amount of the tax) in respect of
cinematograph exhibition held in the
Town of Roseau or within a mile
thereof ; and
(b) A tax of one cent on every twelve cents
or part thereof of such payment (exclud-
ing the amount of the tax) in respect
of cinematograph exhibition held in any
other part of the Colony.









i952 ENTERTAINMENTS ORD.
(AMENDMENT)




(2) No person shall be admitted for payment to
any cinematograph exhibition except with a
ticket (not before used) stamp with a stamp
Sdenoting that the proper tax has been paid.
(3) Such tax shall be charged in respect of
each person admitted for payment and shall
be paid by means of the stamp on the
ticket.
(4) In addition to any fee payable under this
or any other law in force in the Colony,
there shall be paid in respectof any enter-
tainment (except cinematograph Pxhiiitioii
and dances) the fee prescribed in Schedule
C hereto.
Penalty (5) If any person is admitted for payment to a
place of entertainment and the provisions
of this section are not observe d he person
admitted and the proprietor of the enter-
tainment to which he is admitted or per-
son responsible for the management there-
of shall be liable in respect of each offence
to a penalty, in the case of the person
admitted, not exceeding twlty-frour I.. II. and
in the case of such proprietor or manage r
net exceeding ninet' six dollar, and such
proprietor or manager as the case may be
shall, in addition, be liable to pay any tax
which should have been paid.
3. Subsection (1) of section 9 of the principal Ordi-
nance is hereby repealed and in place thereof the
following shall have effect :-
9 (1) In addition to any tax or fee imposed
Non-resi- under this Ordinance or any other law
deat cnter. in force in the Colony. there shall be
tainmentx
tax charged and paid into the Treasury for
every entertainment not bona fide held









1952


ENTERTAINMENTS
(AMENDMENT)


ORD.


by any person born in the Colony or
ordinarily resident therein for at least
five years immediately preceding the
holding of such entertainment a fee of -
(a) Six dollars for each week or part of a
week during which such entertainment
is actually in operation in the Town of
Roseau er within one mile thereof;
(b) Four dollars and eighty cents for each
week or part of a week during which
such entertainment is actually in opera-
tion in any other part of the Colony.
4. Schedule B of the principal Ordinance is hereby Repeal and
replacement
repealed and the following shall be substituted therefor:- f chedulent
B


Schedule B
Fees for Licences
In
of
wi
mi

For a license for one specific occasion
,, ,, ,, a period not exceeding 14
days
,, ,, ,, a period not exceeding one
month
,, ,, ,, a period not exceeding six
months
,, ,, ,, a period not exceeding 12
months


5. After


Schedule B of the principr


the following new Schedule shall be insert
Schedule C


For any entertainment (except cine.
matograph and exhibitions dances)


the Town In any oth-
Roseau or er pa t of
thin one the Colony.
ile thereof
$0.60 $0 48

$1.20 $0.96

$1.80 $1.44

$3.00 $2.40

$6 00 $4 80

al Ordinance Addition of
ted:- new
Schedule


For.every day or part
thereof
In the Town of In any th
Roseau or ny any
withinoa one or part of
mile thereef te y

$6.00 $ 4.89










1952 ENTERTAINMENTS ORD.
(AMENDMENT)




Commence- 6. This Ordinance shall come into operation on the
menit 1st day of January, 1953.
Passed this 18th day of December, 1952.
W.O. SEVERIN
1382/52. Clerk of the Legislative Council,
OBJECTS AND REASONS
The object of this Bill is to increase the Entertainments
taxes in the Town of Roseau by 25%.
C. A. HARNEY,
Crown Attorney.










1952. CURRENCY SRO 36 A 60




DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 36 OF 1952
CURRENCY REGULATIONS
Mad* by lthe Governor under section 12 of the Currency Or-
dinance, 1950 (No 18 of 1950) after consultation with the
Board of Co~umissioners, British Caribbean Territories (East-
ern Group) and with the approval of the SEcretary of State
for the Colonies.
((iazetted 29th December, 1952)
1. These Regulations may be cited as the
CURRENCY (NOTES) (AMENDMENT)
Short Title
REGULATIONS, 1952,
and shall be read as one with the Currency (Notes) Regula-
S.R.O. No.
tions,1951 (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations). 28 of 1951.
2. Regulation 13 of the principal "Regulations is hereby .Aedment
amended- of reg. 18 of
prine. Regu-
(a) by substituting the word "twenty" for the word "ten', liptions.
in sub-paragraph (a) of paragraph (1); and
(b) by substituting the words "groups of five thousand or
ten thousand" for the words "five or ten groups" in
paragraph (2).
3. Regulation 15 of the principal Regulations is hereby Amendment
of reg. 15 of
amended by substituting the word "twenty" for the word "ten" prion. Regu-
in paragraph (a). nations .
4. Paragraph (i) of regulation 19 of the principal Regulations Revocation
is hereby'revoked and replaced by the following paragraph:- and replace-
meant of re.
"(i) After cancellation, currency notes of denominations 19 (1) -
in excess of.twenty shall be arranged according to the serial print Regu-
lations.
numbers of each prefik number of each series in consecutive
order and, as far as possible, in bundles of 100 notes, and
currency notes of all other denontipations shall be arranged
in groups' of five thousand or ten -thousand, as the Board










A 81 1952


may decide, according to the prefix number of each series
of each denomination and, as far as possible, in bundles of
100 notes.
Made this 7th day of November, 1952.


H. LINDO
Administrator.


85/51-124


DOMINICA.
Frinted at tho Bulletin Office, Roseau, by Authority.
[Price 2d.I


SRQ 36


CURRENGY




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