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Dominica.


Official


Gazette.


Pub lifitb bp A tljo ritp,

VOL. LXXVI. ROSEAU, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1953. No. 65

Government Notices.


No. 316
APPOINTMENT OF COMMANDER-IN-
CHIEF, AMERIC- AND WEST INDIES
STATION

IT is notified for general information,
that Vice Admiral J. FI. STEVENS, C B.,
C B.E., has been appointed to be Com-
mander-in-Chief, America and West
Indies Station, in succession to Vice
Admiral Sir WILLIAM G. ANDREWS, K.B.E.,
C.B,, D.S O.
The appointment will take effect in
October, 1953,
M. P. 925/53
September 30th, 1953.


No. 317


LEAVE


ELWIN, Miss O Second Class Clerk, Post
Office, vacation leave from October
1st to 31st, 1953, inclusive.
P. F. 526
NICHOLAS, Miss S., Telephone Operator,
G.S.O. Class III, Public Works
Department, vacation leave from
September 14th to October 31st, 1953,
inclusive
P.F. 692
MABIE, A.B., Special Grade Clerk, Regis-
try, vacation leave from September
28th to December 21st, 1953, inclusive.
P.F. 16
( October, 1st, 1953



T3/.7/


No. 318
VISIT OF MINISTER OF STATE FOR
COLONIAL AFFAIRS TO THE BRITISH
CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES
IT is announced by Colonial Office
that following his visit to New York to
attend the General Assembly of United
Nations Mr. HENRY HOPKINSON, Minister
of State for Colonial Affairs, will pay an
official isit to British Honduras from 6th
to 12th October, and to Jamaica from
12th to 18th October. If his duties in
London permit he also hopes to be able
to visit Trinidad from 18th to 22nd
October. British Guiana 22nd to 29th
October, Barbados 29th to 31st October
and return to London on November 1st,
The minister of State will be accon-
panied by his Private Secretary, Mr. W-
D ;WEANEY, and by .Mr. H.F. HEINEMANN
of West Indian Department, Colonial
Olice.
Ref M.P 674/52
October 2nd, 1953.


AN ANNOUNCEMENT,

WHEREAS the Credit Union Move
ment is now in its second century of
service
AND WHEREAS Credit Unions pro-
vide a means whereby people may pool
their savings, and mutually assist each
other to fill their needs for useful credit
at a low cost.
AND WHEREAS Credit Unions com-
bat usury, encourage thrift and regular
saving,










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1953


AND WHEREAS these Credit Unions
not only promote the economic security
of their members, but strengthen
democracy. encourage individual respon-
sibility and the practice of true
brotherhood and thus benefit our entire
commonwealth.
AND WHEREAS the third Thursday
of each October is internationally served as Credit Union Day,
In recognition of thE outstanding
service being rendered to the people ol:
DO.VIIN[CA y toeir C-edit Unions, 1 )O
HEREBY ANNOUN'CE that 'iursiaiy,
October 15th, 193., be observed ;is
CREDIT UNION DA' in Dominica, and
urge our people to g :ve fitting recogni-
tion at this time to, tile many bene(i.s
brought t to them thrcagh Credit, Uni:jus
AND ON FilS 0(:CASION, I extei..d
to the leaders and nmeiouers of the ttire,
Credit Unionis of l)ominica my greeting-,
conoratulauoas and sincere wishes for
continued success in serving tieir fellow-

GIVEN under my hand this tth day of
Oc fiber, 1953.

H. LINDO,
Adnmitstrato '.
M.P. 1048/53

No. 319

TENDERS

MAKING OF UNIFOi MS FOR! (;i--
ERNMEN F OFFICERS
TENDERS are invited for the making
of uniforms for Government Olficers for
the year commencing on the 1st Januairy,
1954, and terminating the 31st Deceilber,
1954, as follows:-
(a) In Khaki for the N.C.Os.
(b) In Khaki dril! for all Grad d Sub-
ordinate Officers and any other Govern-
ment Officers to whom uniforms are
issued
(c) In Khaki, serge and drill for Excise
Officers
(d) In blue serge a,:d cotton duck for
Treasury boatmen
(e) In Khaki drill for the Keeper of
the Prison and Prison Ward'ers.
(f) In blue serge a id white duck for
the N.C.Os. and men o; the Police Force.
2. Tenders should be in sea ed env.e
lopes and should be narked Tenders
for making of Uniforms and shoui I be
addressed :--
The Chairman,
The Tenders Hoard,
The Treasury,
Roseau
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p.m. on Monday November 2nd,
1953.
3, The Government does notbind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485,31


No. 320
GOVERNMENT PRINTING
TENDERS are invited for the perform.
ance of Government Printing for one year
from the 1st January, 1954.
The condition of contract can' be seen
on application at the Treasury.
'!e:.ders should be in sealed envelopes
an:l sioul I bc ltdrssed :-
SThe Chairman,
The Fenders Board,
The Treasury
Roseau
and should reach the Treasury :not later
than 2 p.m. on Monday November 2nd,
1953.
The Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender ard will
reserve the right to have such printing as
iit is considered necessary done at the
Government Printing Office, Grenada, or
through the Crown Agents for the
Colonies.
1435.,31


No 321
SUPPLIES TO ALL -O(VERNMENT
DEPAR'M\ENTS IN I'ORTS.IOUN I'
TENIDER'S for supplies .0o A.i, GOVERN-
MENT I)EPAR MENTS IN PORTSMOUTITH ;re
invited for twelve months cominencing
on the Ist day of January 1951 and ending
on the 31st Decembe-r. ti9`1.
2, The conditions of the contracts
with sche.lules of all suo p'ies required
may be obtained at the Admin'strator's
Office. The attention of parties tendering
is invited to these conditions.
3 Tenders which should be in sealed en-
velopes and marked "Tenders ft r supplies
fui Government Departments (Ports-
mouth)", should be addressed :-
The Chairman.
The Tenders Hoard,
The Treasury,
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p.m. on Monday November 2nd,
1953.
4. Samples of groceries and textile
materials, the supplies of which are tend-
ered for, should be submitted with tend-
ers and should be marked with the name
of the person tendering
5. The Government does not bina itself
to accept the lowes, or any tender,
1485/31

No. 322
TRANSPORT OF PUBLIC OFFICERS
TENDERS are invited for the transport
of Public Officers travelling on duty by
motor car, when such Government trans-
port is not available, for journeys within
Roseau and from Roseau to any place
outside of Roseau and vice versa for the
year commencing 1st January 1954 and
terminating the 31st December, 1954.
All tenders should be marked Tenders
for transp irt of Public Officers by motor
car and should be addressed to the
Chairman of the Tenders Board. The Trea-
sury, Roseau, and should specify the rate
tendered in respect of the following
journeys :-











THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1953.


Within Roseau $ e,
Aquatic Club
Bellevue Chopin
Canefield
Castle Comfort
Castle Bruce Junction
Clarke Hall
Copt Hall
Emshall
Everton
Fortune
Geneva
Goodwill
Grand Bay
Hillsborough
King's Hill
La Haut
Layou
Leper Home
L'Imprevue
Loubiere
Mahaut
Massacre
Morne Bruce
Morne Daniel
Mount Joy
Mount St. Mary
Ob.- ovation Station
Penrice
Pichelin
Pointe Michel
Quarantine Station
Ridgefield
Riversdale
River Estate
Rocksnwa,
St. Aromant (via Bath Bridge)
St Aromant (via Goodwill
St Jose)nh
Shawford
snug Corner
Spring,flhld
S Ivania
Trafalgar
Tranquility
Wireless Station
Wotten Waven
and vice versa. The prices tendered
should include the double jou ney though
tenders should state what reduction, if
any, they ,re prepared to make if the car
is occupied one way only.
Rate per mile fcr journeys not speci-
fied ; also stating reduction if any, in the
event of the car btding occupied one way
only,
Detention, No charge for detention
should be made fcr the first hour, but
subsequent hours may be tendered for,
at so much per hour or portion thereof,
Tenders should reach the Tenders Board
not later than 2 p.m. on Monday the 2nd
November, 1953.
The Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.

No. 323
MONTHLY ROUND THE ISLAND
SERVICE
TENDERS are invited for the perform-
ance of a "Monthly Round the Island
Service" by motor vessel for the purpose
of conveying passengers and freight
from and to thie Windward Coast
Villages of this Colony for a period of
one year from the 1st January, 1954.
Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked"Tenders for Round
the Island Service" should be ad-


dressed:-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau.
and should reach the Trea-ury not latb::
than 2 p.m on Monday November 2nd
1953.
3. The Government does rot bil i
itself to accept the lowest or any tended
1485/31

No. 324
COASTAL SERVICE IIEIWEEN
ROSEAU AND IORISMIOUTII
TENDERS are invited for the perform-
ance of a Coastal Service between Rosenu
and Portsmouth and vice versa there .
times a week by motor launch for a per dl
of one year and for the following
sei c, des: -
.i,,iday leave Portsmouth 9._0 a.m.
,. arrive Roseau 12.30 p.m.
leave Roseau 3 p.m.
,, arrive Portsmouth 6 p.m.
Wednesday leave Portsmouth 7 a.m.
,, arrive Roseau 10 a in.
,, laave Roseau 1 p.m,
arrive Portsmouth 4 p.m.
Tiu sday leave Portsmouth 1 pm.
,, arrive Roseau 4 p.m,
Saturday leave Poits nouth 7 a m.
arrive IRseau 10 a.m.
,, leave Roseau 1 p.m.
arrive Portsmouth 4 p im.
or for such services as may be arranged
with ,he concurrence of the Admini:-
trator.
2. A deduction of one dollar and
twenty cents ($1.21) an hour or part of
an hoar will be made from the subsidy in
the exent of failure to keep to the sei-
vice agreed to, unless it can be shown to
the satisfaction of the Administrator that
the d'lay was caused by bad weather, or
by accident outside the control of the
Contractors.
a, The length, beam, depth and draft
of any launch it is proposed to employ on
such service must be stipulated togeti er
with the carrying capacity and sped.
No hunch of less than tle folicwing
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 carrying 25
persons.
4. The Administrator reserves the
right to reduce the subsidy in the evunt
of the Contractors being compelled to
perform the service with a smaller launch
or launches than that of tLhse agreed to.
5. All Government Officers in the ser-
vices of the Colony, Members of the
Executive and Legislative Councils travel-
ling on duty, prisoners in ctistody of the
Dominica Police Force and their baggage
and Her Majesty's mails shall be carried


OFFICIAL GAZETTE,










OFFICIAL GAZETTE,


free of charge on any launch employed on
these services :-
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 Treasury
not Llater than Novemnber 2nd, 1953
Tenders received after that date will not
be considered.
1465/31

No. 325'
M.)TOR O'VN.!irUS MAIL AND VAS-
SENGER SERVI.i'E BETWEEN PORTS-
MOUl'H AND MARIGOf
TENDERS are invited for the perform-
ance of a Motor Omnibus Mail and Pas-
senger Service between the Town of
Portsmouth and the village of Ma igot
foi the year 1954.
Sealed Tenders, which should be marked
" Fenders for Motor Omnibus Service "
an.i addressed :-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
t'he Treasury,
Roseau.
must reach the Treasury not later han 2.
p.m. on Mond ay. November I\ ii,
1953.
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. 3216
SUPPLIES TO ALL GOVERNMENT
DEPARTMENTS AT MAI(O 1'
TENDERS for suppii s to all Governnent
Depa itments at Mariigot are invited for
twelve months commencing on the Ist
January, 1954 and ending the 31st Decem-
ber 1934
2, The conditions of the contracts with
schedules of all s ippli.s required i.ay be
obtained at the Administrator's Office.
The attention of part..s tendering is in-
vited to these conditions,
3. Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes and marked "Tenders for sup-
plies for Government Departments ( Jari-
got,)" should be addr -ssed:--
The Chair nan,
The Tenders Board,
The 1 treasury.
Roseau.
and should reach the treasury not later
than 2p m. on Monday, November 2nd,
1953.
4. Samples of groceries and textile
materials, the supplies of which are ten-
dered for should be submitted with ten-
ders and sholud be marked with the name
of the person tendering,
5. The Government does not bind it-
self to accept the lowest or any tender.
1486/31


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1953

No. 327
SUPPLIES TO ALL GOVERNMENT
DEPARTMENTS IN ROSEAU
TENDERS for supplies to all GOVERN..
MENT DEPARTMENTS IN ROSEAU are in*
vited for twelve months commencing on.
the ist January, 1954 and ending the 31sb
Decem:iber, 19-4.
2. The conditions of the contracts with
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.
pl;es for Government Departments (Ros-
eau)" should be addressed :-
The Chairman
The Tender Board,
The Treasury.
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p.m. on Monday, November 2nd,
1953.
4. Samples of groceries an5 textile-
materials, the supplies of which are ten-
dered for, should be sbtnitte I with ten-
ders and should be marked with the name
of the person tendering,
5 The Government does not bindI
itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
1 lb5/3 1
No. 328
SUPPLIES TO LE'ER HOME
TENDERS for supplies to the Leper
Home are invited for twelve months com-
mencing on the 1st January, 1954 and
ending the 31st December, 1954.
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 Tenders for sup-
plies for Leper Home, should be ad-
dressed :-
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury,
Roseau,
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p.m. on Monday, November 2nd.
1953.
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.
5. The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31
No. 329
SUPPLIES TO ALL GOVERNMENT
DEPARTMENTS AT GRAND BAY
TENDERS for supplies to all Govern-
ment Departments at Grandbay are
invited for twelve months commencing on
the 1st January, 1954 and ending the 31st
December, 1954.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE,


THURSDAY,


OCTOBER 8, 1953.


2. The conditions of the Contracts with
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
Supplies for Governmert Departments
(Grandbay)" should be addressed: -
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
The Treasury.
Roseau.
and should reach the Treasury not later
than 2 p in. on Monday November 2nd.
1953.
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 person tendering.
5 The Government does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
1485/31.


No 330
CONVEYANCE OF CEMENT, FURNI-
TURE4, ErC. FROM ROSEAU TO PORt'S-
MOUTH AND VICE VERSA.
TENDERS are hereby invited for the
conveyance of cement, furniture and
other articles for the Government from
Roseau to Portsmiuth and vice versa for
a period of one year from 1st January,
1954 to 31st December, 1954.
Tenders should be in sealed envelopes
and marked "Tenders for Conveyance of
Cement and other Articles," and should
be submitted not later than 2 p.m on
M o n d a y, November 2nd, 1953, and
should be addressed to: -
The Chairman,
The Tenders Board,
Tne Treasury,
Roseau.
The Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
1485,31.


No. 331
THE following By-Laws are circulated
with and form part of this issue of the
Official Gazette !-
No, 1 of 1953. The Water Works
(Amendment) iy-Law, 1953.
No. 2 of 1953. The Sewerage (Amend-
ment) By-Law, 1958. "
No. 3 of 1953, The Bakeries (Amend-
ment) By-Law, 1953. "
No. 4 of 1953. The Dances (Amend-
ment) By-Law, 1953. '!
No. 5 of 1955. "The Carts Licence By-
Law, 1953. "


No. 332
IMPERIAL INSTRUMENT
THE following Imperial Instrument is
circulated with and forms part of this
issue of the Otficial Gazette :-
No 2 of 1953 The Control of Trade by
Sea (Colonial Enforcement) Order,
1953.
Ref. M P. C 59/52
October 8th, 1953
By Command
D K. BURTON.
Ag. Government Secretary



Departmental and other
Notices


REGISTRY DEPARTMENT
NOTICE

Trade Marks Office,
Dominica.
21st September, 1953
VINE PRODUCTS, LIMITED, of V.
P. Winery, Villiers Road, Kingston-on-
Thames, Surrey, England, WineImporters
and Producers, have applied for the regis-
tration of one trade mark consisting of
-he fc allowing words and device:-



I 5









in Class 43, that is to say, Wines.
The applicants claim that they have
been using the said trade mark in respect
of the said goods for twenty-six years
before the 29th day of April, 1953.
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 the
Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of oppo-
sition to the registration of the said trade
mark.
A. B. MARIE,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.
DOMINICA
Agent :-
G. A. James, Esq.,
Whinfield Chambers,
Roseau.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE,


DOMINICA
The Registration of United Kingdcm
Trade Marks Ordinance 1946


@L1D P1AK


--i- s- -



VW. .D M Bo7n33.
Brstol London
Application is hereby made for the Re-
gistration in the Regisicr, of the United
Kingdom Trade Mai < No. 2947;14 in
Class 45 (Schedule I 1) registered 23rd
July, 1907, and for th: issue to me of a
Certificate of Registration in the Colony
of i ominica for the sad Trade Mark.
Dated this 8th day of September. 1953;-
(Sgd.) G. A. JAMES
Agent.
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
Dominica.


ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL
ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in cen-
formity with the provisions of Section 38
(2) of the Roseau Town Council Ori finance,
1937, that an Election for the purpose of
electing five persons to serve as members
of the Town Council will be held at the
Court House. Roseau, on Thursday the
29th day of October, 1953.
The Poll will be opened at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon and closed at 3 o'clock in
he aft ernoon.
T. A. BOYD.
Presiding Officer,
Ref. M. P. 397/53
30th September, 1953;


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1953

TREASURY DEPARTMENT

STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES
CIRCULATION IN THE BRIIFSH
CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN
GROUP ) ON 1st SEPrEMBER, 1953,
A e ra re Circulaticn
during July, 1953
Br. Caribbean Currency Notes
$44,023,767
Govt. Currency Notes 2,776,719
$46,F00,486

British Caribbean Notes:
Trinidad and Tobago $21,396.664
ilarbados ... ... 5,89,100
British Guiana ... ... 10,941 0)7
Leeward & Windward Is 6C,77.900
Total Hr. Caribbean Notes $4 1.'94,(71
Trinidad & Tobago Governnmnt.
Note Circulation ... 1 750,474
Barbados Government Nite
Circulation ... ... 198,,3;5
British Guiana Government
Note Circulation ... 656 782
Total Government Note
Circulation 2, 11.671
Total circulation on Ist Septeiiber, !951.
46( 8i06 292

(Sgd) L SPENCE
Executive Comn i.sioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trridad,
Ref. M. P. 1251/52
J BULLY,
Financial Secretary









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1953. 327

SALE OF PROPERTIES FOR THE RECOVERY OF TAXES

PROVLST MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
DOMINICA,
11th Sept., 1953.
TAKE NOTICE that the following prop r'ies will be sold by Public
Auction on the day and at the place hereinafter mentioned.

Pptis. Pl ce of Date of I
Properties. Sale. Sae. Reason why Sold.

Provost Thursday,' For default in payment
Marshal's 8th Oct. of Municipal Tax,
Office. 195:3, 1953 by:-
1 house. 1 lot, Church St. .. at 10 a.m. J.r.I. Bhilgewater & Co.
1 house, 2 lots, I outhouse
Hillsborough Street ,. ,, J.R.1. & Mabel Bridgewatcr
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse
Market Street ,, Charles Bully
1 hous-. 1 lot, 1 ou'house
Hillsborough Street ,, ,. John Ewart Bernard I
1 house, 1 lot. 1 outhouse,
Castle Street .. ,, Bridgewater & Co.
1 house, 1 lot, Granby St. I. ., John H. Davis
1 house, 1 ot, C 'rk Street ,, ., Heirs H.R. Elwin
2 houses, 2 lot, 1 outhouse,
Market Street ,, ,, J.W. Edwards
1 hous-, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
Hillsborough Street ,, R.M. Green
1 hous-, 1 lot, Old Street : ,, Francis Giraud
3 houses. 1 lot, Gt. George St ,, Trustees Alex. C/tage Home
I hou e, I lot, 1 outhouse,
Virgin Lane ,, Jno. F. Isaac
2 houses, 1 lot, 2 out houses,
New Street ,, Est. J. H. Sully Joseph
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
Virgin Lane ,., Doris Johnson
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
Hillsbor ugh St. ,, Est. Jane Lawrence
1 house,l lot,Hillshoro St. ,, H.W. Lawrence
1 house, 1 lot, B ck Street ,, Bertha Lewis
1 house, 1 lot, 1 out house,
Gt. Marlboro. Street ,, Maria Newrran
1 house, I lot, Hanover St. ,, J. W. A. Osborne
1 huuse. 1 lot, 1 out house,
Cork Street ,, Emily Potter
1 house, I lot. 1 out house,
Bay Street Emily M. Potter
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
Castle Street ,, ,, larita Quaglio & others
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhoo e.
Church Street ,,, Sylvia E. Rawle
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse
Back Street ,, Edith L. Ritchie
1 house. 1 lot. Church St. .. Est. A.C. Shillingford
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse.
Old Street ,, Heirs Julien Simon
2 houses, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,.
Cork Street ,, Est. C.A. Seignoret
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
Fort Lane ,, ,, Est. A.C. Shillingford
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
New Street ,, ., Mary Alice Shew
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
Market Street ,, Heirs Isaac St, Orde
2 houses, 1 lot, 1 out house,
Bath Road ,, Mona C. Shillingford
2 houses, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
Market Street ,, ,, Mona C. Shillingford
1 house, 1 lot, Turkey Lane ,, ,, Dona!d Shillingford
2 houses, 1 lot, 1 outhouse, i
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328 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 19.5


Properties


1 house. Pcttersvilie
1 house, 1 'ot, New Street
1 house, I lt, New Street
4 houses, 1 ot, Gt. George St;
1 house, I it, 1 outhouse,
New S;reet
I house, 1 blt, 1 out house,
Hanover Stc et
1 house, I lIt, 1 out house,
Market Street
1 house, 1 l)t. Grandby St
2 houses, 1 lot, Field Lane
1 house, 1 1), I outhouse,
Old Street
1 house, Cork Street
1 house, 1 lot, Cork Street
1 house,1 outhouse, P/ville
1 house, Virgin Lane
1 house, New Street
1 hnuse,1 outhouse. King's Hili
1 hcuse, New Street
1 house, 1 lot, Queen Street"
I house, 1 lot, Bath Lands
1 house, Pottersviile
I house, 1 lot, Virgin I ane
1 house, Grandby Street
1 house, I lot, Bath i: ad
1 house, Grandby Street
I house, 1 lot, Grandhy St.
1 house, Rivwr Street
1 hiuse, Hillsboruugh St.
1 house, New Street
1 house, 2 lots, I out house,
Queen Street
I house, River Street
1 house, 1 lot. 1 out house,
Bath Lands
1 house, I lot, 1 out house,
Gt. Marl. Street
1 house, I lot Hanover St,
I house, Grandby Street
1 house, Cork Street
1 house, Grsndby Street
1 lot, New Street
I hous-, Po-tersville'
1 house, 1 It, Virgin Lane
2 houses, 1 lot, lout house,
Bath R, ad
1 lot, Bath Road
do
1 house, 1 lot, Cork Street
1 lot, Old Screet
1 lt. River Street
1 house, Po'.tersvi le
1 house, 1 lot, Bath Road
1 lot, Bath Lands
1 h >use, King's Hill
1 house, 1 outhouse,Quuee St.
1 house, Pottersville
1 house. Queen Street
2 houses, 1 out house,
Laing's Iane
1 house, Pottersvi'le
do
2 houses, Queen Street
1 house, outhouse
Glover Lane
1 house, Pottersville


Pifr. of Date .o Reason why Sold.


Provost Thursday, For default in payment
Marshal's 8th Oct. of Municiaal Tax,
Office 1"53, 195.', b :-
at 10 a m Andrew Scotland
,, Ednmund Tavernier
\Y,, a Taverni r
: ,, Gt'raidine Tavernier


ditto

,, Clare Winston


Clara Winston
,, A.C. Winston
Wm. Wallis Wyllis

,, Felixia Wyke
Josei.hine Andre
,, Clara A mbrose
Solange M. Ambrose
,, Anastasie Andr.w
Ada Allen
Virginia Andrew
,, Eileen Auslrie
Mary Alexis
Francis A 11(.1'
My a Anthony
Philomen Anthony
,, flendersn Andre
,, e rge A:idre
John Buffling
Leo Baltha ar
Mildred Watt Byyd.
Elm ra Brown
,, Phi lip Buffong

Josephine Balson
Dorothy Benjamirn

,, J.C Bruney

,, VWinifred Byron
S John E Bernard
John T. Bowers
,, Leo Balthazar
,, Nelson Blanc
,, Dorothy Bunch
Louisa Bellot
,, Philip Buffong

Delphine Christopher
,, Est Thomas Casimir
,, Whitfield Casimir
,, Joseph D. Colvire
,, Hei s C. Caravana
Julia Christopher
,, Joseph Caines
Flossie Charles
Whitfield Casimir
,, Gertrude Casimir
,, Asquith Colins
Albert Cooke
,, Mary Durant


A.my De Ravariere
Mary Ann Dover
Catherine Dover
Felixia Duverney

Cyril David
Thomas Daway


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Properties.


1 house, Cross Street
i lot. King's Lane
I House, King's Lane
1 house, Pottersville
1 house,1 out house. Queen St
1 house, 1 out houses,P/Villei
1 house, Pottersville
1 house, Back Street
1 house, 1 outhouse, P/Ville
1 house, Pottersville
do
1 house, River Street
1 house, Pottersville
1 house, 1 outhouse, P/ville
1 ho se. 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
Bath Road
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
Bath Lands
1 house, Bath Road
2 houses. 1 lot, F eld Lane
I house, Cast e Street
1 house, Back Street
I house, 1 lot, Q .een Street
1 house, 1 lot, Cork Street
1 lot, Back Street
1 house, 1 lot Bath Lands
lhouse,louthouse,King's Hill
I house, 1 outhouse,New St.
1 lot, Jewel Street
1 lot, Gt. G orge Street
1 house, 1 lot, Cork Street
1 house,1 outhouseGrandby St
1 house, lot, Upper Lane
1 house 1 out house, Back St
I house, I lot, Old St.
1 hous, 1 lot, Qu'en St.
do
1 house, Queen Street
1 house, 1 lot, River Street
1 house, 1 lot, Pottersville
1 house,1 outhouse, ueen St..
1 house, I lot, 1 out house,
Upoer Lane
1 house,1 outhouse, P/Ville
1 house, High Street
1 house, 1 lot, 1 out house,
Cork Street
1 house, Hanover Street
1 house, Pottersville
1 lot, King's Lane
1 house, 1 !ot, 1 out house,
Grandby Street
2 houses, 1 lot, Grandby St.,
1 lot, High Street
2 houses, Bath Road
1 lot, Bath Road
1 house, i ot, Castle Street
1 house, 1 lot, 1 out house,
Gt. Marl. Street
1 house, 1 lot, 1 out house,
Queen Street
1 house, Queen Street
2 houses, 1 lot, River Street
1 house, 1 lot, Savannah
2 houses, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
Virgin Lane
2 houses, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
River Street


Place of
Sale.


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Date of
Sale.

Thursday,
8th Oct.
1953,
at 10 a.m.
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Reason why Sold.


For default in payment
of Municipal Tax,
1953, by:-
Marie Edward
Neville St. C. Elwin
Rupert Eli
Federick Edward
L. Emanuel
Horatio Edwards
Nedelia Evelyn
Anastasie Etienne
George Francis
Abraham Francis
James Philip Felix
denley Francis
Mabel Francis
Federick Giraud


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J.F.A Giraud
Mary Mag. George
Francis Giraud
Mary Hodge
Wilson Hurtault
Amanda F.Hill
Lillian Howe
L.G. Hurtault
Roderick Hurtault
Lewis G.Hurtault
Ernest B. Hill
Eva Ireland
Alic C. Joseph
Alice C. Joseph
Anastasie J Baptiste
Mary V. Joseph
Bobby C. Junkere
Edith Johnson
Hypoli'e Jean Philip
Michel Jean Phillip
Edith Joseph
Mary Jacques
Soo-soo Joseph
Mary Joseph

do
Ann Joseph
Jno. Baptiste & others


.. Alice C. Joseph
S George A. Johnson
S Catherine Johnson
Philomen Joseph

,, V. Lamothe
>, Jeremiah Lancaster
S Mabel Lundy
Ditto
F. Lagoes & others
S G.R. Cools-Lartigue

Alva A. Lafond

Wigley Laronde
Clarde Lockhart
Sarah Lindsay
,, Ida Languedoe

Margaret Lewis

,, ;Thomas Lindsay


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1953


Properties


PlIice of Date of
Sa 'e Sale Reason why Sold.


I


Provos; I nursday,
Marshal's 8th Oct.


0'11 ce.


1 house, Gr:ndby Street
1 house, 1 ( t. Hillsboro St.
1 house, Ba h Road
do
(1o
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1 house, 1 l t, Old Street
1 house, 1 l(t. Bath Road
1 house, Glcver Lane
1 house, I outhouse, V. I ande
1 house,1ou ihouse,P/Ville
do
1 lot. Virgin Lane
1 house. Pot t1rsville
1 house, Cross street
1 house, Pottersvile
do
2 houses, 1 outhouse,
I lilisborough Str< et
1 house, i lot, I outhouse.
-'\arket .-tree
I lot, Glover Lane
1 lot, Back St> et
3 houses 2 lot 1 outhouse
Fort Lane
1 house, 1 lit, 1 outheoue,
Gt. Mar'. Street
1 house, I lot, Queen ztl.
1 house,1 lor.Gt( Marl St
1 house, Riv; r street
1 house, I t, I outhouse,
Cork Street
1 house, I t, 1 outhouse,
Vir. in Lane
1 house, River Street
4 houses, 1 lot, 1'(ot:ersville
1 house, Potters\',ile
1 ho se, 1 iot, Bath Lrads
1 house, Ma-:'ket S roet
1 lot. Church street t
] house, 1 loi, I'ottersviile
I lot, Potf-,r,. illo
1 house, 1\ar' et Street
1 house, 1 lo V ruin Ln-e
1 house, 1 outhouse. P, Vi le
1 house, 1 !o Q,.een Stritet
1 nouse, Ne\ Str -t t
1 house, Pot ersville
1 house. I o, house. N ', ti.
1 house, 1 lo 2 outhouses,
Queen Sc.
2 houses, 1 lot, Queen St.
1 hI-use, Sav innah
1 Ih ise, Pot.ersville
1 lot. King's L'a.e
1 house, Queon Street
1 house, Gra id by S reet
1 ho 'se. I lo'.1 outhouse.
Old Street
1 holse, louthnose. P /Ville
1 ho ise, Pottiersville
2 houses. Gr:," I dby Street
1 lot, Queen Street
1 house, Que-n Street
1 house, 1 lot Gt Go. St.
d1) Newv Street
do Virgin Lane
I house, Pottersville
do


For default in payment
of Municipal Tax,
1953 Iby:-
Gerald Lancaster
Hi. L,. awrence
<'!'ir'- 'e Leatham
Luui.)on Leaiham
Sine Matihew
Celeste Morancie
Emelia Montoute
Irene Maxime
Mary Maxime
Virginia Meulon
E iza Merchant
Methurine Mitchel
Virginia Meulon
SLtheline Mitchel
I' na Marcelle
Etheline Michel
Oscar Murphy


Evcrard Marie


S S'r:ii & .Mary Newiati
lJu!il. Nelsoii
J, '.\ c.'. Osborne

C(lrita Potter

E;s'. R.M. Pet( rs
Matilda Pierre
Margaret Peters
Arnold Polydore


Alfonso Royer


('y il Rolle
Tb-re.a Robinson
J,)h i Iemy
Joseph Romaiu
I'a I Charles lIaymond
l';iOnas Ryan
Louisa Riviere
Joseph Romain
Nathaniel Romain
I'hillip S. Eock
Norma Royer
Marguerite Rock
Emelia Remy
Julienne St Orde
Lixia Stephen
Stella Smith

Nellie Simon
Donald Shillingford
C.A. Seignoret
Julienne St. Orde
Lita Shillingford
Janey Smith
Wilfred Shillingford


Est. J.H. Trotter
,, Edmund Tavernier
\, William Theophile
S Octavia Titre
,, Anastasie Vincent
Benoit Victorin
Uel!l White
,, Thomas P. Wonder
Rose William
S Felixia Wyke
S William White


1953


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1953.


Properties lace of Date of Reason why Sold.
Sale Sale

Provost i hursd ay :For default in payme
Marshal's 8th Oct. i Municipal Tax,
Office. 1953, 1953, by:
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse, at 10 a.m.
Rath Road ,, ,, RL.oa Walsh
1 house, Pottersvile ,, Oscar Walsh
1 house, I lot. High Street ,, Sydn Williams
1 house, Fottersville ,, ,, O-car Walsh
1 house, liver Street ,, ,, Earl White
1 house, Pottersvilie ,, ,. Oscar Walsh
2 houses, Pottersville _,,, Petronella Wilson
The above sale will commence at 10 o'clock in the forenoon and will be
subject to the conditions contained in the Collection of Taxes Act, 1888."
A.B. MARIE,- Actg. Provost Marshal




In the Supreme Court of t) N idward Islands
and Leeward Islands,
DOMINICA CIRCUIT.
In the matt r of the Forest, Suil and Wat-i Con-ervation Ordinance, 1946
And
In the matter of the Title to the Stone ill E tate situate in the Parish
of St. Joseph in the Colony of Dominica
ELIZABE 1H [I. By the Grace of G .n of the United Kingdom of
Great Britain and Nort ern Ireland and of Hti other Realms and Territories
Que.n, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of lhe Faith,
To a'l persons claiming an interest in the lands and tenements herein-
after des ribed.
WHLIREAS it has been made to app ar 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 h:;ving title
thereto, whereby the said parcel of land ought to be vested in Us, that
proce dings will be taken to have the said parcel of land vested in Us at a
sitting of the S apreme Cou t to be holden at Roseau in the Colony of
Dominica in the month of April, 1954.
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 on appear-
ance, either in person or by Solicitor in the office of the Registrar, and
shall, within one month from the date of 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 tne said proceedings will
be heard and taken without ycu.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have caused the Seal of Our said Court
to be hereunto affixed at Roseau this 5th day of June, 1953.
T. A. BOYD,
Registrar.



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ROSEAU

By-Law No. 1 of 1953
A BY-LAW, ordained by the Roseau Town Council, to amend The
Water Works By-Law, 1908, and to repeal the Water Works (Amend-
ment) By-Law, 1945.
(Gazetted 8th October, 195:)
BE IT ORDAINED by the Roseau Town Council as follows :-
1. SHORT TITLE. This By-Law may be cited as the Water
Works (Amendment) By-Law, 1953 and shall be read and construed as
one with the Water Works By-Law, 1903, hereinafter referred to as the
Principal iy-Law.
2. AiMENDMENT. The Schedule to the Principal By-Law is
hereby deleted and in place thereof the folloyvinj saall have effect :
SHEDD U LE
WATER KIATE
The water rate payable in respocti f *.,e n'; uppliid with water
by the council l shall he iceording to the r irigi sale : -
Premises of annual rental value not exceeding $48 $ 2 40
Over 48 and not exceeding $ 96 ... ... ... 4 81
96 ,, ,. 14 1 ... .... I.00
144 .9 ... ... .. 7 2
192 ,. 40 ... ... 8 40
240 .. .. .. 8 ... ... ... y.
288 .. .. :;4 ... ... ... 12 to
: 4 .. .. .. 48o ... ... ... l:i.20
480 .... ..76 ....... 14.40
576 15 t6
WATER DUES
When Water is delivered at Rcseau to Boats, sailing, steam or motor
vessels
For the first 1(00 gailons ... ... ... 60c
I-' o every additional o1g) gallons and fraction thereof 12c',
3. REPEAL. The Water Works (Amendment) By-Law 1945 No.
1 of 1945) is hereby repealed.
4. COMMENCEMENT. This By-Law shall for the purposes of
collection of Water Rate and Water Dues come into operation on the 1st
day or January, 1954.
Ordained by the Roseau Town Council this 24th day o:' June, 1953.
N. A. JEFFERS,
(Ch i in',t,
R'os a(t 7 own Council.
Approved by the Governor-in-Council this 3rd day of September,
1953.
E. R. RICHARDS,
"lerk of the Council.
DOMINICA.
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ROSEAU

By-Law No. 2 of 1953

A BY-LAW, ordained by the Roseau Town Council to amend the
Sewerage By-Law, 1924 (No. 3 of 1924).
(Gazetted 8th October, 1953)
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the Sewerage By-Law, 1924"
be amended.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Roseau Town Council as follows :-
1. SHORT TITLE, This By-Law may be cited as The Sewerage
(Amendment) By-Law, 1953, and shall be read and construed as one
w'th the The Sewerage By-Law, 1924, hereinaiter referred to as the
principal By-Law.
2. AMENDMENT. Section 8 of the principal By-Law is hereby
deleted and the following substituted ih lieu thereof :-
8. There shall be charged an annual Sewerage rate of Ten
dollars in respect of each: connection between any premises
having any Water-closet or house sewer and the Sewerage
system of the Town of Roseau."
3. COMMENCEMENT. This By-Law shall for the purposes of
collection of Swc'ag, Rate conme into operation on the 1st day of
January, 1954.
Ordained by the Roseau Town Council this 24th day of June, 1953.
N. A. JEFFERS,
Chairman.
Roseau Town' Council.
Approved by the Governor-in-Council this 3rd day of September,
1!53.
E.R. ICICHAIRDS,
C(:it/ of the (ounczl








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ROSEAU

By-Law No. 3 of 1953.

A BY-LAW, ordained by the Roseau Town Council, to amend the
Bakeries By-Law, 1914 (No. 3 of 1914) as amended by the Bakeries
By-Law, 1914, Amendment By-Law, 1925, (No. 2 of 1925).
(Gazetted 8th October. 1953)
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the "Bakeries By.Law, 19]4"
be amended.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Roseau Town Council as follows:-
1. SHORT TITLE. This By-Law may be cited as The Bakeries
(Amendment) By-Law, 1953 ", and shall be read and construed as one
with the Bakeries By-Law, 1914, (hereinafter referred to as the principal
By-Law), as amended.
2. AMENDMENT. Section 3a of the principal By-Law is
amended by the substitution of the words "Four dollars and eighty
cents" for the words :' ten shillings in the first line thereof
3. COMMENCEMENT. This By-Law shall for the purposes
of collection of Bakeries Licences come into operation on the 1st day of
January, 1954.
Ordained by the Roseau Town Council this 24th day of June. 1953.
N. A. JEFFERS,
Chairman,
Roseau Town Council.
Approved by the Governor-in-Council this 3rd day of September,
1953.
E. R. RICHARDS.
Clerk of the Council.











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ROSEAU

By-Law No. 4 of 1953.
A BY-LAW, ordained by the Rnseau Town Council to amend "The
Dances By-Law, 1945 (No. 3 of 1945).
Gazetted 8th October, 1953)
BE IT ORDAINED by the Roseau Town Council as fnllows:-
1 SHORT TITLE. This By-law may be cited as "The Dances
(Amendment) By-Law, 1953, and shall be read and construed as one
with the "Dances By-Law, 1945, hereinafter referred to as the princi-
pal By-Law.
2. AMENDMENT. The Schedule to the principal By-Law is
hereby deleted and in place thereof the following shall have effect --
"SCHEDULE
For each Dance held in a Hall of 1500 square feet
or less .... .... .... .... $4 80
For each Dance held in a Hall of over 1500 sq. feet $9 60"
3. COMMENCEMENT. This By-Law shall come into operation
from the date of its publication in the Official Gazette.
Ordained by the Roseau Town Council this 24th day of June, 1953
N.A. JEFFERS.
Chairman,
Roseau Town Council.
Approved by the (Governor-in-Council this 3rd day of September,
1953.
E. R. RICHARDS.
Clerk of the Council.















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ROSEAU
By-Law No. 5 of 1953.
A BY-LAW, ordained by the Roseau Town Council to impose a
rate on Carts in the Town of Roseau.
(Gazetted 8th October, 1953)
BE IT ORDAINED by the ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL as follows:-
1. SHORT TITLE. This By-Law may be cited as "The Carts
Licence By-Law, 1953 ".
2. LICENCES. Prior to any Carts, drays or hand-carts being
used on any public street within the Town of Roseau the owner
of such cart, dray or hand-cart shall obtain a licence in writing from
the Council upon the payment of the fee mentioned in the Schedule
hereto.
3. Licences granted during the first half of any year shall be
valid for the period 1st January to 30th June and licences granted
during the second half of any year shall be valid for the period 1st July
to the 31st December of the year in which they were granted.
4. COMMENCEMENT. This By-Law shall come into operation
on the 1st day of January, 1954.
SCHEDULE
Carts, including drays with metal tyres $1.20 for every half year
do with rubber tyres 0.60 ,, ,,
Ordained by the Roseau Town Council this 24th day of June; 1953.
N.A. JEEFERS,
Chairman,
Roseau Yown Council.
A approved by the Governor-in.Council this 3rd day of September*
1953.
E. R. RICHARDS
Clerk of the Council.










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1953. EMERGENCY POWERS. l.I. 2 B3



DOMINICA
IMPERIAL INSTRUMENT NO. 2 OF 1953.
The Control of Trade by Sea (Colonial Enforcement)
Order, 1953.
Made 1st August, 1953
Coming into Operation 6th August, 1953
At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 1st day
of August, 1953
Present,
The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council
Her Majesty, in pursuance of subsection (2) of section four
of the Emergency Powers (Defence) Act, 1939(a), as continued in
force by subsection (2) of section five of the Supplies and Services
(Transitional Powers) Act, 1945(b), and the Supplies and Ser-
vices (Continuance) Order, 1952(c), and of all other powers en-
abling Her in that behalf, is pleased, by and with the advice of
Her Privy Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:-
1. In any territory specified in the Schedule to this Order a
person may, in accordance with the next following Article, be
apprehended, tried and punished for any offence against Regula-
tion forty-six of the Defence (General) Regulations, 1939 (which
relates to the control of trade by sea), being an offence commit-
ted after the coming into operation of this Order.
2. (1) In the case of a territory in which at the material
time Defence Regulations are in force, the power to apprehend,
try and punish a person under the preceding Article shall be exer-
cisable as if offences against the said Regulation forty-six were
offences against those Regulations, and were punishable there-
under in accordance with any general provisions of those Regula-
tions relating to the punishment of offences, other than offences
for which a special penalty is provided.
(2) In the case of any territory not falling within the
preceding paragraph-
(a) the power to apprehend and try a person under the pre-
ceding Article shall be exercisable in accordance with any
rules made in that behalf by the Governor of the terri-
tory; and
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(b) the power to punish a person under that Article shall be
exercisable as if at the material time Defence Regulations
were in force in the territory and offences against the
said Regulation forty-six were offences against those Re-
gulations, and as if the penalties applicable thereunder
to offences against the said Regulation forty-six were
such as may appear to the court of trial to correspond
most nearly to the penalties to which, on conviction in
comparable proceedings, a person is liable in England for
an offence against that Regulation.
(3) In this Article-
(a) the expression the material time", in relation to the
exercise of a power, means the time at which the power
is to be exercised;
(b) the expression "the Governor",
(i) in relation to the territories comprised in the Federa-
tion of Malaya, means the High Comm;ssioner of the
Federation, and includes any person for the time being
administering the government of the federation;
(ii) in relation t3 the Zanzibar Protectorate, means the
British Resident or the person lawfully discharging
his functions;
(iii) in relation to any other territory, includes any person
administering the government of the territory; and
(iv) in relation to any territory, includes any deputy to the
person who is the Governor of the territory in accord-
ance with the preceding heads of this sub-paragraph,
to the extent that the deputy is authorised to act for
that person; and
(c) the reference to conviction in comparable proceedings-
(i) if the proceedings before the court of trial are in the
nature of summary proceedings, shall be construed as
a reference to summary conviction, and
(ii) in any other case, shall be construed as a reference to
conviction on indictment.
3. This Order shall have effect in relation to any dependent
cies of any of the territories specified in the Schedule to this
Order, and in relation to the territorial waters (if any) adjacent
to any such territory or to a dependency thereof, as it has effect
in relation to that territory.










EMERGENCY POWERS.


4. (1) The Defence Regulations (Reciprocal Enforcement)
Order, 1940(d) (which provides for the reciprocal enforcement of
Defence Regulations in the United Kingdom and in other terri-
tories in which Defence Regulations are for the time being in
force by virtue of the Emergency Powers (Defence) Act, 1939)
shall not apply for the purposes of the apprehension, trial or pun.
ishment of any person, in any of the territories specified in the
Schedule to this Order, for an offence against the said Regulation
forty-six committed after the coming into operation of this Order.
(2) Subject to the preceding paragraph, nothing in this
Order shall affect the operation of the said Order of 1940 in rela-
tion to any offence against Defence Regulations.
5. (1) This Order may be cited as the Control of Trade by
Sea (Colonial Enforcement) Order, 1953.
(2) This Order shall come into operation on the sixth day
of August, nineteen hundred and fifty-three.
W.G. AGNEW.


SCH EDULE.


Aden (Colory and Protectorate),
Bahamas,
Barbados,
Bermuda,
British Guiana,
British Honduras,
British Solomon Islands Protectorate,
Cyprus,
Dominica,
Falkland Islands,
Federation of Malaya:-
Settlement of Malacca,
Settlement of Penang,
Malaya States,
Fiji,
Gambia (Colony and Protectorate),
Gibraltar,
G Ibert and Ellice Islands Colony,


Leeward Islands:-
Antigua,
Montserrat,
St. Christopher & Nevis,
Virgin Islands,
Malta,
Mauritius,
Nigeria : -
(a) Colony,
(b) Protectorate,
(c) Cameroons under un-
der United Kingdom
Trusteeship,
North Borneo,
Northern Rhodesia,
Nyasaiand Protectorate,
St. Helena,
St. Lucia,


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EMERGENCY POWERS.


Gold Coast:-
(a) Col3ny,
(b) Ashanti,
(c) Northern Territories,
(d) Togoland under United
Kingdom Trusteeship,
Grenada,
Hong Kong,
Jamaica (including Turks and Caicos
islands and the Cayman
Islands),
Kenya (Colony and Protectorate),


St. Vincent,
Sarawak,
Seychelles,
Sierra Leone (Colony and
Protectorate.
Singapore,
Somaliland Protectorate,
Tanganyika.
Trinidad and Tobago,
Uganda Protectorate,
Zanzibar Protectorate.


EXPLANATORY NOTE.
(This Note is not part of the Order, but is intended to
indicate its general purport).
Regulation 46 of the Defence (General) Regulations, 1939.
authorises the making of orders prohibiting British ships from
proceeding to sea except under the authority of a licence, The
Control of Trade by Sea (China and North Korea) Order, 1953,
has been made under this Regulation.
The Defence Regulations (Reciprocal Enforcement) Order,
1940, provided for the reciprocal enforcement of Defence Regu-
lations in the United Kingdom and in colonial territories where
Defence Regulations were for the time being in force. A number
of colonial territories, however, do not now have Defence Regula-
tions.
The present Order provides that offenders against Regulation
46 may be apprehended, tried and punished in any of the terri-
tories specified in the Schedule to the Order.








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