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ROSEAU, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1953.
WEST INDIA 4 FEDERATION
THE following telegrams from the Secre-
tary of State in connection with the West
Indian l'ederat'on Conference are pub-
lished for general information :-
"The Conference on West Indian Federa-
tion resumed in Finance Committee this
morning u,,der the Chairmanship of Mr.
R. Maudling and reached general agree-
ment on tht financial relationship between
the U K. and Federation The Committee
also discussed ways in which the revenue
of the Federation should be provided
from the general revenues of the area.
In the afternoon the Constitutional
Committee with Lord Munster in the
Chair resumed its consideration of the
constitutional proposals made in the
report of the Standing Closer Association
"At the conclusion of the committee's
business the Conference met briefly in
plenary session and approved unanimous-
ly a resolution affirming the loyalty and
allegiance of the delegates to H.M. the
Queen and sending their respectful wishes
Y to Her on the occasion of Her birthday.
The Finance Committee will meet to-
r mrrow morning and the Constitutional
Cffpmmittee in the afternoon."
"The Conference on West Indian Federa-
tion met in Finance Committee this morn-
ing under the Chairmanship of Mr. S E.V.
Luke, an Assistant Under Secretary of
State in the Colonial Office and resumed
its discussion of ways in which the
revenues of the Federal Government
could be provided.
The Constitutional Committee met in
the afternoon with Lord Munster in the
Chair. It has now considered all the
recommendations of the Standing Closer
Association Committee which are within
its province. Points on which agreement
has still to be reached are to be considered
The Confeience will resume in Finance
Committee tomorrow and in Const'to.
tionai Committee in the afternoon."
"I'ne Conference on West Indian Federa-
tion resumed in Finance Committee this
morning (Thursday 23rd April 1953) under
the Chairmanship of Mr. S.E.V Luke an
Assistant Under Secretary of Stat. in the
Colonial Office and dismissed the method,
of raising external loans after Federation
and th ways by which the revenues of
the Federation could be provided In the
afternoon the Constitutional Committe,.
with Lord Munater in the Chair reached
general agreement on a number of
"The Conference on West Indian
Federation met again in Finance C'om-
mittee this morning (April 24th) under
the Chairmanship of Mr. S E.V Luke and
reached general agreement on the broad
lines on which the revenues of the Federa-
tion could be provided.
It was decided to appoint a Sub-Coin
mittee of officials to carry out a review of
the costs involved.
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1953
In the afternoon the Constitutional
Committee (with Mr. Luke in the Chair)
continued its discussion on outstanding
"The Conference will meet in plenary
session on Monday morning."
"The Conference on West Indian Fede-
ration resumed in plenary session this
morning and afternoon 27th April under
the Chairmanship of the Secretary of
State for the Colonies Mr. Oliver Lyttle-
ton and reached agreement on a number
of outstanding constitutional points The
Finance Committee will meet tomorrow
morning and the Conference will resume
in plenary session in the afternoon."
"The Conference of West Indian Fede.
ration met in Finance Committee this
morning with Mr. Reginal Maudling in
In the afternoon the Conference re.
sumed in plenary session under the Chair-
manship of Secretary of State Mr. Oliver
Lyttelton and reached agreement on
outstanding constitutional points.
Conference will meet to-morrow after-
noon to consider draft of report in which
its conclusion will be embodied."
April 29th, 1953.
RODNEY, Sebastien F., Ass'stant District
Instructor, Department of Agricul-
ture, appointed District Instructor
1st January, 1953.
THE following Statutory Rules and
Orders is circulated with and forms part
of this 13azette: -
No. 10 of 1953 Electricity Rules, 1953.
VICTOR C. JossE
Departmental and other
IT is notified for general information
that Dr. E. LOSONCZI, M. D. (Naples).,
B.P.I, (London)., has been offered and has
accepted the pest of Medical Officer of
Health in British Honduras.
Dr. LesoNCzI is expected to leave the
Colony on the 3rd day of May to take up
his new appointment.
27th April, 1953.
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
THE Public is hereby notified that
there will be temporary disruption of
the Telephone Service between the
hours of 4.00 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. on
Sunday, May 3rd, while the train
; telephone exchange switchboard in
Roseau will be re-wired.
G. A. GRANT,
Di ector of Works
April 17th, 1903.
DOMINICA IRAlt MAR SCHOOL
SCHOOL will reopen on Tuesday, May
12th, 1953 at 9 a m. I he Headmaster will
be in his office on Mon.)ay, May llth from
10 a.m. to interview aiy parents who may
wish to see him.
Boys will be expected to wear the
School Uniform and S hool Colours and to
observe all School Rul s.
VICTOR i. A. ARCHER,
April, 20th 1953
Applications for Admission in
1851 to Medic al Schools in
IT is hereby notified for general in-
formation that th( competition for
entry to medical schools continues to
be very keen and that almost all
schools receive far more applications
than they can accept.
2. In order that Colonial candidates
may have the maximum opportunity
of succeeding in t.e competition for
medical entry, it is necessary that the
papers of all medial candidates de-
siring admission in 1954 should be in
the hands of the Drector of Colonial
Scholars by the lat. of July, 1953.
Local candidates are therefore in-
formed that their applications must
reach this Office tnot later than the
1st. of June.
(Sgd.) J. HAMILTON MAURICE,
14th April, 1953.
OF SCHOOLS, GRENADA.
APPLICATIONS are invited for filling two
new posts of Assistant Inspector of
These posts are pensionable and carry a
salary of $1,920-96-$2,400 plus a tempo
O1IOGIAL GAZ4E1TE, TELJ.R$DAY, APRIL 30, 19531
rary cost of living allowance of 20%. A
transport allowance of $696 per annum is
payable, provided the officer keeps and
maintains a motor car for the perform-
ance of his duties.
The officer will be posted to one of the
two educational districts into which it is
proposed the Colony should be divided.
He will be expected to perform duties
under the direct supervision of the In-
spector of Schools in connection with the
annual examinations of primary schools,
the supervision and inspection of the
work of the schools, the training of teach-
ers, adult education, the conduct of cer'
tain examinations and also to perform
such other duties as the Education Officer
may assign to him from time to time
Applications stating age, qualifications
and experience must be addressed to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission,
Government Office, Grenada, and must
reach nim not later than 15th Aay, 1953,
21st April, 1953.
REPORT OF DEVELOPMENT
AND WELFARE ORGANI-
SATION FOR 1952
IT is notified for general information
that a limited number of copies of the
Report of Development and Welfare Or-
ganisation for 195' is available for sale
to the Public at Government Office.
The price for the report is 60c. per copy.
April 24th, 1953
ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL,
(Schedule A. See Section 29 Roseau Town
Council Ord. No. 23 1937 )
ALL persons qualified as voters for the
election of Members of the Roseau Town
Council who desire to have tneir names
inserted i. the register of voters are here-
by required to deliver or cause to be
delivered, their claims in writing for th it
purpose on or before the the 21st day of
May, 1953, to me the undersigned at the
office of the Roseau Town Council.
W. A. JOSEPH.
April 30th. 1953.
WIDER USE OF CARIBBEAN
POR OFSPAIN, April 17: Wider use
of Caribbean timbers was discussed at a
meeting held Thursday evening in connec-
tion with the Timber Conference now in
session at Kent House, under the aus-
pices of the Caribbean Commission. Local
importers and furniture manufacturers as
well as conference me-bers participated.
Headed by Mr. A.F.A. Lamb, Conserva-
tor of Forests in Trinidad. the discussion
included problems of the Trinidad lumber
industry in relation to construction and
furniture and also the export of loca
lumber. Representativesor the furniture
trade referred to local cyp, crabwood and
cedar which are commonly used. The
supply of these woods was stated to be
inadequate and the representatives ex-
pressed a desire to hear of other suitable
timb-rs from the region. In discussing
the lumber requirements of the area, it
was agreed that, if Caribbean lumiber
is to enter the market, which is
now supplied from the north, it must be
properly finished, easily worked, and
reasonably priced The difficulties of
working in adequately seasoned lumnter
was referred to by a representative of the
local construction industry. The difficul-
ti<-s and high cost of shipping within the
Ireion were especially mentioned,
Small shipments of Trinidad mahogany
have been sent to Australia, where they
have met with a favourable receptiir.
Mr. Lamb said that the first plantings
were made in 1906 but the second gene-
ration trees were now coming forward.
These would be of a much better quality
than the first generation trees.
Tt:e Conference will meet in plenary
session today (Friday). Tomorrow those
attending will make a field trip to Arima.
The Conference ends Wednesday, April 22
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY APRIL 30, 1953
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Livestock Service Fees.
THE following Stud animals are now available for service at the Agricultural
Stations shown below.
STATIONS STUDS AVAILABLE
La Plaine One Holstein Bull, One Ram Sheep. One Berkshire Boar,
Grand Hay One Holstein Bull, One Ram Sheep, One Berkshire Boar,
Goodwill Stock Farm One Jersey Bull, One Sahiwal Bull, One Holstein Bull,
Three Berkshire Boars, Three Ram Sheep.
Colihaut One Grade Holstein Bull, One Buck Goat, One Berk-
Portsmouth One Holstein Bull, One Berkshire Boar.
Londonderry One Holstein Bull, One Berkshire Boar.
Botanic Gardens One thoroughbred Stallion.
2. The animals are available for service daily between the hours of am. and
5 p.m. for which a service fee will be charged and a receipt given on corr pletion of
3. The service fees chargeable are as follows :-
kor Stall'ons To Peasants $ 5.04
,, .,, Planters 15.12
,, Bulls 72
Bucks and Rams 60
4. A second service will be allowed free of charge providing the ai imal is re.
turned within 21 days after the first service
5. THE DEPARTMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REFU.'E SE VICE TO
FEMALE ANIMALS SUSPECTED TO BE DISEASED OR IN ANY CONDITION
LIKELY TO BE INIMICAL TO THE HEALTH AND SAFETY 3F STUD
ST. G.C. COOPER
Printed at the8BULLBTIN OFFoidui Roseau;-By Authority
1953 HYDRO-ELECTrIC CRO 10 A 14
STATUTORY RULE; AN- ORDERS NO. 10 OF 1953,
Made by the Governor in Council after consultation
with the C)lonial Development Corporation and
after considering representations made by the
Colonial Development Corporation under Section 1(
of the Hydro Electric Ordinance, 1951 (No. 1
((G:zetted 30th April 1953)
1. These rules may be cited as the
ELECTRICITY RULES. 1953 short Titlf
2. In these rules, unless the context otherwise I,,tcr-
requires :- prtation
(1) (a) voltage" means the potential difference
(b) low-voltage means not exceeding 250
(c) medium-voltage" means not exceeding
650 volts but exceeding 21i0 volts.
(d) high-voltage" means not exceeding 11,000
volts but exceeding 650 volts.
(2) "transmission lines mean main high voltage
overhead lines for 3 phase, 11,000 volts Alternating
Current of 50 cycles frequency.
(3) (a) distribution lines ', mean the low-and
medium-voltage lines in the system as set
out in section (1) sub-section (1) (vi) of the
Schedule to the Hydro-Electric Ordinance
1951, (No. I of 1951)
(b) Servicelines mean the conductors pro-
vided to convey power from the distribution
lines to the consumers' premises.
(4) "building mean any place or construction
whether public or private to which power is
supplied or intended to be supplied.
(5) "undertaker" means any public supplier of
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(C( "Electrical Inspector means any person ap-
pointed under Rule 3 of these Rules.
(7) (a) power means electrical energy supplied
or the rate per unit of time at which elec-
trical energy is supplied by an undertaker
for any purpose.
(b) :' pressure means the difference of elec-
trical potential between any two conductors or
between any part of a conductor and earth,
that is, the voltage which forces a current
through a circuit.
(8) installation means the wired circuits fit-
tings, lamps, appliances, socket-outlets, and
everything connected or c able of being con-
nected to an elect city supplly system.
(9) "Commencement I;ay means the day upon
which an undertaker shall begin regular opera-
tion of a supply of electrical energy.
(10) "Supply system" means any part of an
undertaker's electricity supply system, includ-
ing all circuits at consumers' installations
which are connected to the system.
(11) :' device means any engine, motor, genera-
tor, ignition system of engines whether stat-
ionary or mobile on land or sea, X-Ray machine,
induction coil or machine, diathermy machine,
gaseous discharge lamps, mercury vapour lamp
rectifier. or anything which is capable of causing
electrical interference to radio receiving equip.
(12) interference means electrical interference
to radio receiving equipment.
(13) wherever in any regulations effective in Great
Britain, which are cited herein, references are
made to authorities which do not exist loeally,
such references shall be construed as referring
to the Electrical Inspector.
Electrical 3. The Governor shall appoint a competent person
Inspector as Electrical Inspector.
1953 HYDRO-ELECTRIC SRO 10 A 16
4. The Electrical Inspector shall carry out the Duties of
following duties .- Eectrical In-
(a) an annual inspection, test and certification of spct
the electrical installations in public buildings
and public places of entertainment in accord-
ance with the appropriate Regulations named
(b) the inspection, test and certification of the
electrical installations in all buildings whether
public or private made after the passing of
these Rules in accordance with the appropriate
Regulations named herein ;
(c) the inspection, test and certification of the
installation in any building, at the request of
the Snperintendent of Po ice or any insurance
company concerned or the occupier or owner
thereof, in accordance with the appropriate
Regulations named herein ;
(d) the supervision of all installations to be
carried out in Government buildings and
of the re-wiring or any repairs in connec-
tion with the same ;
(e) the inspection of the wiring and connec-
tion from an undertaker's mains to consum-
ers' meters in accordance with the appro-
priate Regulations named therein ;
(f) all such other duties as are set out or im-
plied in these Rules and as from time to time
shall be assigned to him by the Governor.
(5) (i) An undertaker's transmission lines and all Regulations
associated high-voltage high-pressure for transmis-
equipment forming part of the transmis- sion ines
sion lines circuit, but not including the
generating plant, shall conform to British
Standard Specification No. 1320 of 1946
for High Voltage Overhead Lines on Wood
Poles for Line Voltages up to and including
11,000 Volts, except that the use of British
Guiana Wallaba is permitted in place of
red fir and larch for poles and green heart,
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and bullet wood may be used for crossarms.
(ii) The termsof Appendix A of B. S. 1320 of
1946 shall apply wherever any of an under-
taker's overhead electric lines crosses or is
in proximity to any overhead telephone
or telegraph lines.
Transmission 6. Prior to connection of an undertaker's trans-
speetion, test, mission lines circuit to the generating plant the trans-
andi certifica- mission lines and all associated high-voltage high-
pressure equipment forming part of the transmission
lines circuit shall be inspected' nd tested by the Electrical
Inspector in accordance with the testing procedure set
out in the Regulations of the Electricity Commissi ,ners
(Great Britain) currently in effect relating to "Lines.
Systems and Apparatus for High Voltages" and the
Regulations of the Electricity Commissioners
(Great Britain) for 'Securing the Safety of the Public"
in relation to high pressure mains, and, upon being
satisfied that the required conditions have been met,
the Electrical Inspector shill issue a certificate in an
appropriate form to the undertaker. No connection of
the transmission lines circuit shall be made to the
generating plant until such certification shall bave been
Exension of 7. Any extension of an undertaker's overhead trans.
transmission mission lines circuit shall cor formto the said B.S. specifi-
cation No. 1320 of 1946 in the same manner as the
existing transmission lines circuit and shall be inspected,
tested and certified in the same manner as the existing
transmission lines circuit prior to its being connected
thereto. No connection of an extension of the trans-
missions lines circuit shal be made to the existing
transmission lines circuit until such certification shall
have be n made.
Regulations 8. An undertaker's distribution and service lines
for Distribu- and all associated low-and medium, voltage equipment
tion and Ser- forming part of the distribution and service line's cir-
vice lines cuts shall conform to the Regulations of the Electricity
Commissioners (Great Britain) currently in effect rela-
ting to "Lines and Systems for low and Medium
1953 HYDRO-ELECTRIC SRO 10 A 18
9. Prior to the connection of an undertaker's dis- )istiiitiiioni
tribution lines circuit to the transmission lines circuit, n.a s,''',,
the distribution and service lines and all Associated low ti,,, t,,i,
and medium-voltage equipment forming a part of the "!" '',, '"'ea-
distribution and service lines circuits shall be inspected
and tested in accordance with the Regulations named
in Rule 8 by the Electrical Inspector, and upon being
satisfied that the required conditions have been met he
shall issue a certificate in an appropriate form to the
undertaker. No connection of the distribution lines
circuits shall be made to the transmission lines circuit
until such certification ahal! have been made.
10. Any extension of an undertaker's distribution :,xtni<,m of
and service lines circuit shall conform to the Regula ,itribiitiihm
lations named in Rule 8 in the same manner as the i, :'its
existing distribution and service lines circuits and shall
be inspected, tested ar d certified in the same manner rs
the existing of the di tribution aid service lines circuits
prior to its being connected thereto. No connection
of an extension of the distribution and service lines cir-
cuits shall be mnide to existing service lines circuits
until such certification shall have been made.
J1. (a) The installation in any b.iilding int-nled ic ,.,i.ins
t, be supplied with power from an under ',' SI Ip
taker's di t.-ibution on s s r ice lines circuits i,.; .
shall be made so as to conform to the Regu-
lation of the Electricity Commissioners
(Great Britain) currently in effect reli-
t;ng to Connection vith and Supply to
to Consumers' Premises "
(b) Any installation in any building which
satisfies the Regulations issued by the In-
stitut;on of Electrical Engineers for the
Electrical Equipment of Buildings and the
Codes of Practice of the British Stand-
ards Institution or t' e rlerant, standards
of the National Board of Fire Underwriters
of the United Stat s of America shall be
deemed to have satisfied the requirements
of these regulations.
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Installation, 12. Prior to the connection of an installation in
Inspection, any building to an undertaker's distribution and service
test, and cer-
tilication lines circuits such installat ons shall be inspected and
tested in accordance with the Regulations named in
Rule 11 by the Electrical Inspector, and upon being
satisfied that the required conditions have been met he
shall issue a certificate in the form of Schedule A here-
to to the owner or occupier of such building. The
undertaker shall not make any connection from such
installation to its distribution and service lines circuits
until such certification shall have been made.
Provided that in the case of an installation in
Provision for any building which has been connected prior to the
previously Commencement Pay to a previously available
connected public electricity supply, sc that such installation shall
have been connected automatically to the ui dertaker's
distribution and service lirnes circuits on the "Com-
mencement Day", the Electrical Inspector shall inspect
and test the same as soon as practicable thereafter to
determine whether it conforms to the Regulations
named in Rule 11, and upon b ing satisfied that the re-
quired conditions have been met he shall issue a certi-
ficate in the form of Schedule A hereto. If such in-
stallation does not so conform the Electri.al Inspector
shall notify the owner or occupier of such building in
writing to that effect and such installation shall be re-
placed by a new one conforming to the Regulations
herein-before named within 90 days of the receipt of
such notification. No such new installation shall be
connected to the undertaker's distribution and service
lines circuits until certification in the form of Schedule
A hereto shall have been made. If such new installa-
tion shall not have been made within the appointed
time, the Electrical Inspector at his discretion and
where extenuating circumstances may require shall
grant an extension of not more than 90 days beyond
the first period for compliance. At the expiration of
the first or second periods, as the cate may be, if such
1953 HYDRO-ELECTRIC SRO 10 A 20
new installation shall not have been made the E lectri-
cal Inspector shall notify the undertaker in writing to
that effect and the undertaker upon receipt of such
notification shall discontinue forthwith the supply of
power to such building, and the power shall not be re-
stored until certification in the form of Schedule A
hereto shall have been made.
13. Any extension to or replacement of an exist-
ing installation which as been certified previously in o,,r'.'1
accordance with Rule 11 shall conform to the Regula- ,njl(it~Oil,,
tions therein named in the same manner as the exist-
ing installation and shall be inspected tested and certi.
fled in the same manner as the existing installation
No extension t) r replacement of any existing instal-
lation which has been certified previously shall be con-
nected to the exi-ting i.-tallation until such certifica-
tion shall have Leen made. No extension shall be
made to any existing installation which has not been
certified previously in accordance with Rule il, and no
replacement sha:l be made of part only of any existing
installation which has not been certified previously in
the same manner.
14. A special application to the Electrical Inspec-
tor shall be made by an undertaker for the supply of .:im i'fo
power at high-voltage to an installation in any building. Il'o'
Upon receipt of such application, the Electrical Inspec-
tor shall determine whether such installation is neces-
sary and desirable and he shall satisfy himself Ihat the
purpose for which power at high-voltage is requi ed
cannot adequately be served by power low- or medium-
voltage. Such installation shall conform to the
Regulations named in Rules 5, 8 aid 11, and shall be
inspected and tested in accordance with them by the
Electrical Inspector and upon being satisfied that the
required conditions have been mnt he shall issue a
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certificate in an appropriate form to the undertaker.
No connection of such installation shall be made to the
undertaker's transmission lines circuit until such certi-
fication shall have been made.
Proibition of 15. After the coming into effect of these Rules no
use of device shall be used anywhere without adequate meas-
dvice cansr- ures for the complete suppression of interference first
ence having been adopted. The E'ectrical Inspector shall
investigate any complaint alleging use of such device
and upon being satisfied that such device causing inter-
ference is being operated by any person he shall notify
such person accordingly in writing requiring immediate
cessation of the use of such device. Any person so
notified who continues to use such device without
adopting adequate measures for the complete suppres.
sion of such interference shall be guilty of an offence
against this Rule, and where such continued use of
such device is made by a consumer utilising the supply
to operate such device, the Electrical Inspector shall
notify the undertaker in writing accordingly, and the
undertaker upon receipt of such notification shall dis-
continue forthwith the supply of power to such consu-
mer, and the power shall not be restored until the Elec-
trical Inspector shall be satisfied that such interference
will not recur and shall authorise the undertaker in
writing so to do.
Provision for Where such device causing interference is being
use of device operated by the undertaker, it shall not be deemed to
taker be guilty of an offence against this Rule, provided that
the operation of such device is essential for the proper
maintenance of its electricity supply system, and pro-
vided further that it has used all recognized means for
suppressing such interference without avail, and pro-
vided further that it undertakes to replace such device
within 90 days with such other device as shall cause no
1953 HYDRO ELECTRIC SRO 10 A 22
Interference caused by direct radiation of radio Inteie1,ence
frequency waves from equipment used for radio cor- f'.rm rlido
munication in accordance with Regulations made under transmiission
the Wireless Telegraphy Ordinance, 1927, and/ or Regu-
lations made by the General Post Office (London) re-
lating to Wireless Telegraphy, shall not be deemed to
be interference for the purpose of this Rule. Provided
that this exemption shall apply only to fundamental
transmitter circuits, and shall not apply to auxiliary
equipment such as blowers, motors, relays, rectifiers
and other ancillary attachments.
16. In the event that the El ctrical Inspec'or is Sl1i?,Ip,1v
dissatisfied with an installation in any building he may 1' ,i.C""1QC-
notify the owner or occupier thereof and also the un-
dertaker in writing accordingly, and an undertaker
upon receipt of such notification shall discontinue forth-
with the supply of power to such building, and the
power shall not be restored until a c rtificate in the
form of Schedule A hereto shall have been issued.
17. The Electrical Inspector may at all reasonable I'r-,r of
times enter any premises for the purpose of carrying E'try
out his duties under these Rules.
18. In the event of its being impracticable in any 1is r-liin of
]e k trial
special case with special circumstances to comply with ilIspectLor
certain of the Regulations prescribed in these Pules it
shall be in the discretion of the Electrical Inspector,
after consultation with the Director of Works, together
with the representative of an undertaker, to permit
limited local variation having regard to public safety.
19. Any person who obstructs or hinders or at- oIstrvunl"11
tempts to obstruct or hinder the Electrical I, spector in
the lawful performance of his duties under these Rules
shall be guilty of an offence against these Rules.
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Penalties 20. Any person found guilty of an offence against
any one of these Rules, by default in complying with
any one of these Rules, shall be liable upon summary
conviction to a fine not exceeding twenty-four dollars
for each offence, with a further penalty, for a continu-
ing offence, of two dollars and forty cents for every
day during which such offence continues, or to impri-
sonment for a term not exceeding one month with or
without hard labour, or to both such fine and imprison-
Provisions of 21. Wherever anything in these Rules is at vat i-
tHcOdinlce ance with any provisi( n of the Hydrc-Electric 0 di-
topre-vail nance, 1951 the Irovision of the Hydro-Electric Ordi-
nance, 1951 Ehall prevail.
Made by the Governor in Council this 23rd day of
E. R. RICHARDS
Clerk of the Council.
1953 HYDRO-ELECTPIC FR@ 10 A 24
N o ................
ELECTRICITY RULES 195
I certify that the whole/part of the Electric Installation No.
................... .... for ... ... ...... ...... .
at ..... ... .......... ........... .... ...... ........
details of which are given below has been inspected .............
and tested .... .... ...... 19 .... ..... and that to the
best of my knowledge and belief the above Electrical Installation
satisfied the requirements of the Electricity Rules of 1953 made
under section 16 of Ordinance No. 1 of 1951. The whole/part of
the Electrical Instal!';tion when tested with a constant pressure
of ............... Vol;s A. (. showed an insulation resistance
of ........ ohms between all unearthed conductors and the earth
electrode, and between all conductors earthed and unearthed
............ ohms. The effectiveness of the continuity taken
between any earthed materials of the above Electrical Installation
and the earth electr de showed a resistance of ..... ohms. The
test was with all switches and all lamps out/in.
The above electrical installation consists of:-
I recommend that this installation be periodically inspected
and tested at intervals of not more than ......... years, and a
report obtained on its condition.
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by Authority