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Title: Official gazette - Dominica
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Roseau
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VOL. LXXVII.


ROSEAU, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1954.


Government Notices.


No. 76.
BYE-ELECTION, ROSEAU TOWN
COUNCIL
IT is notified for general information,
that the Presiding Officer has reported to
the Administrator that in accordance with
section 39(5) of the Roseau Town Council
Ordinance, 1937, (No. 23 of 1937).
Mr. Franklin A.Baron has been declared
to have been duly elected as a member of
the Roseau Town Council and shall hold
office until the 30th November, 1956, vice
Mr. Musgrave Edwards, whose seat has
become vacant owing to forfeiture.
Ref. No. 397/53
16th March, 1951.
No. 77.
ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL BY-LAWS
ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL By-Laws Nos. 6
and 7 of 1953 which are circulated with
this issue of the Official Gazette
supersede and replace those circulated
with the Gazette of 21st December, 1953.
No. 6 of 1953. "The Factories By-Law,
1953. "
No. 7 of 1953. The Roseau Meat
and Fish Market (Amendment) By-
Law, 1953. "
17th March, 1953.
No. 78.
APPOINTMENT OF VANILLA
EXAMINERS
UNDER the provisions of section 49 A of
the Sale of Produce Ordinance, 1941, (No.
22 of 1941). as amended, the Administra-
tor has appointed the following persons
to be Vanilla Examiners :-
S W. G. Coipel Botanic Gardens
F. P. Carbon Grandbay

3 8. 72 98+

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T. H. Henderson
S. P. Cuffy
L. M Christian
A, E. Samuel
R. Jno. Cuffy
A. Guye
E. Jones
C.S. Douglas
J. A Defoe
A. C. Winston
R1 P. Lander
J.A. John
E S. Lancaster
J. B. Colaire
S. F Rodney
J. H. C. Grell
Ref No. 64/49
18th March, 1954.


Roseau
La Plaine
Roseau
Vieille Case
Delices
Grandbay
Marigot
Grandbay
Botanic Gardens
Roseau
Londonderry
St. Joseph
St Joseph
Colihaut
Portsmouth
Roseau


No 79
LEAVE
RIVIERE, A.J Second Class Clerk, Magis-
trate's Office, vacation leave from the
18th March to the 21st June, 1954, in-
elusive.
P.F. 641
(To be substituted for Gazette Notice of
10th March, 1954.)
TOUSSAINT, Miss M., Tel-phone Operato ,
Public Works Department, vacation
leave from the 4th to the 19th March,
followed by leave on half pay from
the 20th March to the 15th April,
1954, inclusive.
P, F. 540
12th March, 1954.
DURAND, J.. Sanitary Inspector, Sanitary
Department, vacation leave from the
22nd March to the 11th May, 1954,
inclusive.
P. F. 621
22nd March, 1954.


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No. 80.
ACTING APPOINTMENTS
BRUNEY. U.V., Third Class Clerk. Customs
Department, to act Second Class
Cierk, Supply Office.
P.F. 408
18th December, 1953.
BRUNEY, U. V acting Second Class Clerk,
Supply Office. to act First Class Clerk.
P.F. 408 15th January, 1954.
BRUNEY. U.V., Third Class Clerk, Cus-
toms Department, to act Second
Class Clerk, Supply Office.
P. F. 408
26th February, 1954.
LEWIS, Miss P.,Third Class Clerk, Admin-
istrator's Office, to act Second Class
Clerk, from 22nd Januuary to lath
March, 1954, inclusive.
P. F. 683.

No. 81.
APPOINTMENT OF MARRIAGE
OFFICER
His Honour the Administrstor has been
pleased toappoint, under the provi.-ion of
" The Marri=.ge Ordinance, 1910 Rever-
end Maurice Ambrose Joseph, to be a
Marriage Officer in and for this Colony
with effect from the 10th February, 1954.
Ref. No. 87/53

No. 82.
APPOINTMENT OF MARRIAGE
OFFICER
HIs Honour the Administrator has been
pleased to appoint, under the provision of
" The Marriage Ordinance, 1910", Rever-
end Father Jean Marie Morne, F.M.I.. to
to be a Marriago Officer in and for this
Colony with effect from the 17th Febru-
ary, 1954.
Ref. 87/53

No. 83.
APPOINTMENT OF MARRIAGE
OFFICER
HIR Honour the Administrator has been
pleased to appoint, under The Marriage
Ordinance, 1910 ", Reverend Father
Francis Huysmans, C.SS.R., to be a Marri-
age Officer in and for this Colony with
effect from the 17th March, 1954.
Ref. No. 87/53
23rd March, 1954.

No. 84.
ON the outbreak of a fire persons wish-
ing to summon the Fire Brigade by tele-
phone should not ask the Telephone
Operator for the Fire Brigade. On being
connected with the Exchange they should
report that a fire has begun and say
where it is. The operator will then give
the Emergency Alarm to the Brigade.
24th March, 1954.


No. 85.
LANDING OF ANIMALS IN BARBADOS
THE owner, captain, or any person in
charge of any vessel or ship arriving in
Carlisle Bay from a port in another terri-
tory who desires that his ship shall enter
the Bridgetown careenage is hereby
warned that as from 1st January, 1954. no
such vessel or ship will be permitted to
enter the said careenage if there is on
board such ship any animal in respect of
which an import permit has not been
obtained from the Director of Agri-
culture.
No. 86
IMPORrATION OF ANIMALS IN
BARBADOS
No animal may be imported into the
Island unless a permit has be n obtained
from the Director of Agriculture to
import such animal. Any person desiring
to import an animal should ace rdingly
apply to the Director of Agriculture for
an import permit before initiating import
arrangements N import permit is valid
unless signed by the Director of Agricul-
ture or the Veterinery Officer. The con-
ditions under which an animal may be
imported will be stated on the import
permit issued in respect of such animal
and permission to land the animal will not
be granted if the importer has failed to
comply with the specified conditions.
Ref. M. P. 199/54
24th March, 1951.
No. 87
THE following letter of appoiament is
published for general information :-
APPOINTMENT OF AUTHORI-ED
OFFICER UNDER THE LAND ACQUI-
SITION ORDINANCE, (NO. 7 OF 1946 )

TO: GEORGE ALEXANDER GRANT
Director of Works
Under the powers vested in me by the
Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1946, I
hereby appoint you to be Authorised
Officer for the purposes of the said
Ordinance in relation to all that portion
of land situate at Portsmouth in the
Parish of St. John in the Colony of
Dominica, containing by admeasurement
24,100 square feet in area more or less
and bounded as follows :-
On the East by Scott Street,
On the West by lands of the Govern-
ment of Dominica
On the North by Sandwich Street, and
On the South by lands of Angelita
David and the Government of Dominica
Dated this 27th day of February, 1954.
H. L. LINDO,
Administrator,
Ref. M.P. C.21/54
25th March, 1954.


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No. 88.
MINUTES OF MEETING OF FINANCE
COM MITTEE
THE Minutes of the Finance Committee
held on the 17th November 1953 is pub-
lished with this i3sue of the Official


Gazette for general information
Ry Cmmnand
D K. BUa'ON,
Ag. Government Secretary


Departmental and other
Notices

STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE CIRCULATION IN THE BRITISH
CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASlERN GROUP ) ON
1ST JANUARY, 1954.
Average circulationn during November 1953, $44,481,6C
British Caribbean Currency Notes 2,447,32


4 00
8.to


$46 958,992 00)


Briti-h Caribbean Currency Notes :
Trinidad & Tobago $2;
Barbados
British Guiana 1
Leeward & Wind ward Islands
Total British Caribbean Ntes
Trinidad & Tobago Gove nment
note circulation
Barbados Government Note
( circulation
British Gaitna Government
Note Circulation
Total Government Note Ci culation
To al Circulation on 1st January 1931.


3,97!,776.00
,,4,6.5 0 00
2,7 8 61;1 00
6.65 1,700 0 )


1,578,5R7 0K)

182.910.00
60G,!:86.00


$48,768,619.00


2, 3%,4 31 c.0
$51,137709M60


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE C'IRCUL AIO'N IN THE BRITISH
CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP) ON
ISF FE'LURUAI(Y, 1954.
Average circulation during December 1953,
Blitish Caribbean Currency Notes> $17,613,465
Government Curreney Notes ,2 40.711
$Jo5.1 5 1-i
ammmi !,,_


British Caribbean Currency Notes :
Trinidad and Tobago $2
Barbados
British Guiana ]
Leeward and Wirdward Islands

Total British Caribbean Notes
Trinidad and Tobago
Government note circulation 1
Barbados Government Note
circulation
British Guiana Government Note
circulation
Total Government Note Circulation
Total circul .tion on 1st February. 1954.


3.904,776
5,4 :1,500
2,733.281
;,653,700



,56i3. 5t

1887993
588.791


$18,805.257


$ 2, l,835
1 1H:;7,02


BJitish Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad.
Ref, M.P. 1251/52


(Sgd) L. SPENCE
Executive Commissioner
British Caribbean Currency Board.


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1954


COLONY OF DOMINICA.
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TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
REGISTRY OF TITLES. ISLAND OF DOIINICA.
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings thereon, and Caveats, for
the week ending the 13th day of February, 1954.
Nature of Request whether for Certificate
Date of Request Person Presenting. of Title or Noting thereon, or Caveat.


Request dated Josephine Williams Request for the issue of a New Certificate
10th February, 1954. by her Solicitor of Tille in respect of all that certain piece
Presented Clifton A. H. Dupigny of land containing 14 acres and 3 roods
llth February, 1954 situate in the Parish of St. Divid in the
at 3 30 p.m. said island of Dominica and bounded as
follows:-On the North by land of T. Hamlet; South by Carib Reserve and Crown Land:
East by C. Chavalier and West by Crown land-of which land John Gaspard is the registered
proprietor
Registrar's Office, T. A. BOYD,
Roseau, Registrar of Titles.
8th March, 1954.
NOTE.-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certificate of Title on the
above application may enter a Caveat in the above Office within four weeks from the d ,te
of the first appearance of the above Schedule in the Official Gazette and the Dominica
Chronicle newspaper published in the Island.
Ref. M.P 353/52

COLONY OF DOMINICA.
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TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
REGISTRY OF TITLES. ISLAND OF DOMINICA.
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings thereon, and Caveats, for the
week ending the 2oth day of February, 1954.
Date of Request. Person Prentin. Nature of Request, whether for Certificate
Date of Request. Person Presentii,.
of Title, or Noting thereon, or Caveats

Request dated the The Colonial Development Request for the issue of a First Certificate
19th February, 1954. Corporation of Title (.with plan attached; in respect of
Presented by their Solicitor that part of the Laudat Estate situate in
20th February, 19L4, Clifton A.H. Dupigny the Parish of St. George in the Colony of
at 12.10 p.m. Dominica, containing 0.2s2 acres and
bounded as follows :-On the North by land of Josephine Birmingham; On the West and
South by land of the Colonial Development Corporation and on the East by land of Octave
Rolle.
Registrar's Office, T. A. BOYD,
Roseau, Registrar of titles.
Sth March, 1954.
NOTE.-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certificate of Title on the
above application may enter a Caveat in the above office within four weeks from the date of the
first appearance of the above Schedule in the Official. Gazette and the Dominica Chronicle
newspaper published in the Island.
M.P. 353/52

COLONY OF DOMINICA.
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TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
REGISTRY OF TITLES. ISLAND OF DOMINICA.
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings thereun, and Caveats, for the
week ending the 6th day of March, 1954.

Date of Request. Person Presenting. Nature of Request, whether for Certificate
of Title or Noting thereon, or Caveat.

Request dated Edney Charles Request for the issue of First Certificate
6th March, 1954. by his Solicitor of Title (with plan attached) in respect
Presented Clifton A. H Dupigny of all that lot of land situate in the Town
6th March, 1954, of Roseau in the Colony of Dominica,
at 11 30 a m. containing 670 square feet and bounded
as follows:-On the North East by land of Alice Wyllis; on the South-East by land of Joseph
ine Joseph; on the South-West by land of Woodley Hurtault and on the North-West by Field
Lane.
Registrar's Ofice, T. A 3BYD,
Roseau, Registrar of titles.
8th March, 1954.
NOTE.-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certificate of Title on the above
application may enter a Caveat in the above office within four weeks from the date of the first
appearance of the above Schedule in the Official Gazette and the Dominica Chronicle
newspaper published in the Island.
M'P, 353/52


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OFfICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1954 67


COLONY OF DOMINICA.
o-
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
REGISTRY OF TITLES. ISLAND OF DOMINICA.
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings thereon, and Caveats, for the
feek ending the Woth day of February, 1954.

Date of Request. Person Presenting TNature of Request, whether for Certificate
of Title or Noting thereon, or Caveat.

Request dated the The Coloni 1 Development Request for the issue of a First Certifi-
19th February, 1954. Corporation cate of Title (with plan attached) in re-
Presented by their Solicitor aspect of that part of the Laudat Estate
goth day of February, Clifton A. H Dupigny situate in the Parish of St. George, in
1954. @ 11.55 a m. the Colony oft Dominica, containing 5,717
acres and bounded as follows: -On the North by land of Alford Rolle, Charles Rolle. Kenneth
Jno Bap!iste, Lionel Hurtault, Francis and Raphael Itolle, Harold Hodge, James Jno
Baptiste, Etheline Laudat, James Rolle, Helena Richards nee Rolle and J. J. Leudat; cn the
South by land of the Colonial Development C:rp ,ration Crown land, Alford Rolle, Kenneth
John Baptiste, Lionel Hurtaiult, Chirles Rolle, Francis and Raphiel Rolle, James Jno. Bap-
tiste, Harold Hodge, Etheline Laulat, James l[olle, Helena Richards n6e Rolle, J.J. Laudat
and on the West by land of J J. Laudat.
Registrar's Office, T. A. BOYI),
Roseau, Registrar of Titles.
8th March, 1951.
NOTS :- Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certificate of Title
on the above applic tion may enter a Caveat in the above office w thin four weeks Irom
the date of the first a-'pearance of the abov- Schedule in the Official Gazette and the
Dominica Chronicle newspaper published in the Isl nd.
M.r. 353/52

COLONY OF DOMINICA.
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TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
REGISTRY OF TITLES. ISLAND OF DOMINICA.
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings thereon, and Caveats, for the
week ending the 6.hi day of M"rch, 1 5,l

Nature of Request, whether for Certificate
Date of Request. Person Presenting.
S P P of Title, or Noting thereon, or Caveat.

Request dated Joseph Harris Norde Request for the is ue of a First Certifil
27th February, 1951. by his Solicitor cate of Title (with plan attached in
Presented I. Eugenia Charles respect of a lot of land in the Town of
5thday of March, 1954 Roseau. in the Parish of St. George,
at 3.30 p.m t containing 719 square feet and bounded
as follows :-North-East by Upper Lane; South-East by River Street; South-West by land
of Emanuel Felix and North-West by land of Emanuei Felix.
Registrar's Office, T. A. HOYI),
Roseau. Registrar of Titles.
8th March, 1954.
NoTE-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certificate of Title on the above
application may enter a Caveat in the above office within fuur weeks from the date of the first
appearance of the above Schedule in the Oicial Gazette and the Dominica Chronicle
newspaper published in the Island.
M.P. 353/62



















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68 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1954.

BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD ABSTRACT

(Article 7 (4) of First Schedule to the Currency Ordinance, 1950)


Notes in circulation at 30th June, 1953

Currency Fund :
Securities held by Crown Agents
(market value at 30th June, 1953)
On deposits in Crown Agents Joint
Colonial Fund
On deposit with Accountant General.
Trinidad & robago
Excess of Currency Fund over Note
Circulation


$46,906.292 00


$40,715.216.10

6,293.351 90

265,075.58


$47,273,673.58


367,381 58


SECURITIES HELD BY CROWN AGENTS FOR THE C3LONIEB ON BEHALF OF THE
BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY FUND AT 30th JUNE 1 9 5 3.


Description
of stock
Australia 38% 1951-54
31 1954-59
3% 1955-58
4% 1955-70
31% 1956-61
3% 1958-60
4% 1961-64
8, 1961-66
3% 1963-65
31% 1965-69
3% 1964-66
3% 1965.61
2a 1967-71
3% 1975.77
Barking 35 1954-59
Blackburn 2f% 1960.65
Blackpool 3% 1957
Belfast 2~% 1963-66
Bootle 3%o 1958-62
Bradford 3 ~o 1972-82
Ceylon 31% 1954-59
31% 1959
%, 1959-64
S5 1960-70
4j 1965
Consols 4% 1975 or
after
Cyprus 4% 1956-66
31 $ 1969-71
East Africa)
High Commis.) 3i% 1966.68
sion)
do. 3A% 1968.70
do, 4j% 1964-69
Exchequer 21% 1955
Federated ) 3% 1960-70
Malay States)
Funding 2"% 1952-57
Funding 21% 1956-61
do. 3% 1959-69
do. 3% 1966-68
Gold Coast 3% 1954-59
... 41 1956
,, 4j% 1960-70
3% 1963
Huddersfield 31% 1958-63
Hull 31% 1958-63
38% 1960-70
Ilkeston 31% 1959-64
Kenya 4 % 1961-71
212% 1965-70
S2% 1971-76
3 % 1973-78
4-% 1971-78
Leeds 3% 1955.58
London Elec. Trans.
Finance Corp. 21% 1950-55
Malaya 3% 1974-76
Carried Forward


Nominal !
Value Price Paid
s. d. s. d.
41,487. 4. 4 42,005 16 1
11.947. 10. 4 12.081 18 6
47,365. 4. 10 47,865 4 10
45000 0. 0 45,562 10 0
12,394 0 5 12,394 0 5
15,339. 5. 10 15,147 11 0
31 000. 0. 0 32,046 5 0
97,719. 2 2 96.497 12 4
16 124. 18. 8 15,298 10 7
37.385. 5. 2 35,235 12 1
3.195. 17. 2 2,980 2 9
33.278 10. 0 30,990 12 1
3,396. 17 11 i 2,989 5 4
42.217. 15, 7 37.521 1 0
1:1.000. 0. 0 13.162 10 0
7,700. 0. 0 7,170 12 6
712 1. 10 712 1 10
3770. 7. 11 3,454 12 6
6,228. 16. 2 6.150 19 0
5.996. 4. 5 5,718 17 11
17,168. 16. 11 17,383 9 I
7472, 3 8 7,500 4 1
16,731, 18 0 16.250 17 2
13.200. 0 0 14,503 10 0
18.047 17, 2 20,033 3 5
17,397. 5. 1 17,038 8 8

4,724. 5. 3 4848 5 5
107,344. 12. 8 95.000 0 0

144,820. 14. 0 143 372 9 10

53.831. 2 1 48,038 0 1
100,000' 0 0 99,500 0 0
50000 0 0 50,613 2 0
15 391 8 11 13,852, 6 0

70,000 0 0 71.181 5 0
1,968,918 7 10 1,867,538 16 1
50000 0 @ 47.000 0 0
233,869 5 8 220275 12 8
2004 10 6 1,989 9 10
34,729 18 3 36,900 10 8
1,879 10 5 2.015 15 9
2.188 16 6 2.134 2 1
10,000 0 0 10,137 10 0
6,459 13 4 6,483 17 10
9,162 15 4 8910 15 10
4,993 10 8 5,030 19 8
10.264 17 11 11,034 15 3
135,382 9 2 115,582 15 5
2,429 10 9 2.150 2 10
170.488 0 1 166,225 16 1
175,184 4 7 174,308 6 2
5.389 10 5,376 2 4

17,009 7 3 16,541 12 1
74,292 10 8 65,656 0 7


Value at 30th
June, 1953
s. d.
41.487 4 4
11,703 11 4
46.944 5 8
43,425 0 0
11.712 6 11
14,418 18 8
30,5',5 0 0
90 390 3 6
14'270 11 4
32,7 2 2 0
2 828 I) 8
29 118 13 9
2'8 9 8 5
34 407 9 9
12.870 0 0
6776 0 0
704 19 5
3,280 4 10
5,979 13 1
5,336 12 8
16,911 6 3
7,210 13 1
15,393 7 0
13.662 0 0
18,318 11 6
15,657 10 7
4,677 0 3
97,683 12 4

132,510 18 10

48,447 19 10
102,500 0 0
49 750 0 0
12,851 17 2

70,1/5 0 0
1,909.850 16 9
45 250 0 0
213 990 7 10
1.894 5 6
35,250 17 3
1,907 14 3
2,024 13 4
9700 0 0
6,233 11 7
8,521 7 5
4,743 17 1
10.418 17 5
107,629 1 1
19.07 3 9
152,586 15 3
179,565 16 9
5,254 17 0

16.414 0 8
60,919 7 6


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1954


Description
of Stock

Brought Forward
Mauritus 3j% 1957-fi2
3 % 1965-68
National Defence Loan
3% 1954-58
National War Bonds
2 1952.54
.,2j% 1954.F6
Newport (MON) 3% 1952.55
New Zealand 38J 1955.60
3 % 195255
S 5% 1956-71
3.% 1960-64
Vji% 1962-65
3j% 166366
3% 1966.68
3% 1973 77
Nigeria 8% 1956
S ., 4 196
S 3j% ]b61-6i(;
8', 19.5-77
Northern
Rhodesia 3% 196:8-65
.. 3% 19455-65
3 % 1970-72
Stk. 4j % 1965-70
Northern Ireland
3% 1968-70
Palestine Gtd. 3 1962-61
Portsmouth 3j% 1972.82
Saving 4onds 2 % 1961-67
.;% 1955 65
.. 1960-70
3% 1965-75
Sheffield :i % 1953
Sierra Leone 3 % 1958-63
South Africa 3h % 195373
Swa ,, e53 1954-59
3 % 1.5464
Sovthampton 3% 1959-64
SoUth Shields 3% 195'i 58
Southern Rhodesia
3j%5 1961-66
Swansea 3% 1955 65
Uganda ;.8% 1966 69
War Loan 3% 1955.59
Serial Funding 3% 1955
Tanganyka 4j% 1967-72

On deposit in Joint
Colonial Fund


Nominal
Value
. s. d.
0 0


L,000 0 0
70,049 15 4

73,156 4 8

988.929 6 9
745.067 12 1
14,924 2 I
0 828 4 11
24.617 17 6
16.000 0 0
30,843 1 7
17,265 15 9
7i5 12 11
17485 6 9
24,471 13 10
25.152 8 5
42,331 19 9
50,1 t0 (0
31,348 3 7

6813 12 5
12.i70 7 11
3:18 238 1) 10
2o0,000 0 0

4,925 1 I
6.253 2 10
1.624 14 8
2.202 15 7
1.056.182 11 10
104,477 2 6
33.303 18 3
500, 0 0
816 7 10
9.10 o 0 0
1.916 9 8
6 000 0 0
12.3(i6 14 2
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British Caribbean Currency Board,
Trinidad.


(Sgd.) ,. Spence
Executive Commissioner
British Caribbean Currency Board.


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Printed at the BULLETIN OFFICI Roseau.--By Authority


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Price Paid June 1953
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68,955 4 9 61.095 10 9

74.802 5 0 73,704 18 1

99.809 5 0 988,929 6 9
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ROSEAU

By-Law No. 6 of 1953.
A BY-LAW, ordained by the Roseau Town Council to pro-
vide for the licensing of Factories in and around the Town of Roseau.
(Gazetted Z5th March, 1954)
BE IT ORDAINED by the ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL as
follows :-
1. SHORT TITLE: This By-Law may be cited as "The
Factories By-Law, 1953."
2. LICENCES. No Factory of any kind shall be worked or
operated in Roseau or within one mile thereof unless the owner
of such Factory shall have obtained a licence in writing from the
Council upon the payment of the fee mentioned in the Schedule
hereto.
3. PENALTY. Any person not complying with or offending
against the provisions of this By-Law, shall be guilty of an offence and
shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding Forty-
eight dollars and in default of payment to imprisonment with or with-
out hard labour, for a term not exceeding two months.
4. COMMENCEMENT. This By-Law shall come into
operation on the 1st day of January, 1954.
SCHEDULE.
On every Aerated Water Factory $ 9.60 per annum
On every Factory othersj than
Aerated Water Factories) manu-
facturing anything of any kind
for local or export trade, not in-
cluding handcrafts. $ 24.00 per annura
Ordained by the Roseau Town Council this 18th day of Novem-
ber, 1953.
N. A. JEFFERS,
Chairman.
Roseau Town Council.
Approved by the Governor-in-Council this 11th day of December,
1953.
E. R. RICHARDS,
Clerk of the Council
DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by Authority.
Price id.J






COURT HOUSE,
ROSEAU.
Tuesday, November 17th, 1953.

DOMINICA.

Minutes of Meeting of Finance

Committee.

AT a meeting of Finance Committee held this day at
2.30 p.m.
Present:
His Honour H.L. LINDO, Administrator (Chairman)
The Honourable J. Bully, Financial Secretary
,, H.D. SHILLINGFORD, C.B.E.
,, C.J.L. DUPIGNY
.,, G. AUSTIN WINSTON
o,, MRS. ELMA NAIER
,, ,, STAFFORD ALFRED
S R.B. DOUGLAS
S N.A. JEFFERS
,, ,, LIONEL LAVILLS
Ae ,, R.P. ST. LUCE
Absent :
The Honourable J.O. Aird
SF.O.C. HARRIS
CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
The minutes of the meeting held on September 29th having
been previously circulated were taken as read and confirmed.
GOVERNMENT WAGE RATES
C.65/53 His Honour informed the Committee that approval
had been obtained for an increase of 8 cents a day in the wages
of daily paid workers employed by Government with paid annual
holidays of one week after a qualifying period of 200 days work
a year.
The Committee, after some discussion in which Mr. V inston
protested against the failure of the Finance Committee to adhere
to their previous decision of the increased rates, designed to pro-
cure daily rates of 4/6 for men and 4/- for women, approved an
increase in the daily rates of 8 cents a day.
COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE FREE GRANT
FOR THE BUILDING OF THE NEW PORTSMOUTH
PRIMARY SCHOOL
500/49 The Committee approved an application to the Secre-
tary of State for a free grant of 7,646 to permit of the construc-
tion of a new school at Portsmouth.








Mr. Laville took this opportunity to mention the condition of
the Wesley School which he represented to be in urgent need of
repairs. His Honour said he would ask the Director of Works to
examine this.
BROADCASTING SERVICE IN THE WINDWARD ISLAN DS
C.94/53 The Committee accepted a proposal that, from Jan.
uary 1st, 1954, Government should impose licence fees at the
rate of $2.00 per annum on each Wireless receiving set owned by
persons resident in the Colony and from the revenue accru ng
therefrom, should contribute towards the recurrent expenditure
of maintaining the proposed Windward Islands Broadcasting Ser-
vice.
COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AtND WELFARE FREE GRANT
FOR CONI'INUATION OF MATERNAL AND CdILI)
HYGIENE AND SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICE
1757/48 The Committee approved an application to the Se-
cretary of State for a free grant of 2,017 to provide for the cowi
tinuation of the Scheme known as the Maternal and Child Hy-
giene and School Health Service for a further period of 16 years,
i.e. until March31st, 1955.
COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE FREE GRANP
FOR FIRE EQUIPMENT FOR DOMINICA FIRE SERVICE
610/53 The Committee approved an application to the Se-
cretary of State for a free grant of 1,500 for the purchase cf
additional minimum essential equipment for the Fire Service of
this Colony.
Mr. Douglas inquired about the possibility of transferring the
present fire brigade truzk to Portsmouth. His Honour promise, d
to examine this possibility.
Mr. Shillingford enquired whether Government had power to
exercise special control over traffic in times of fire. His Hor(ur
replied that such power was provided in the Fire Brigades Oldi-
nance (No. 5 of 1952) and vested in the Superintendent of Police,
whereupon Mr. Shillingfoid suggested that this provision should
be brought to the notice of the public. His Honour agreed to ( o
so.
GRAND BAY HOSPITAL
Mr. St. Luce informed His Honour that he understood tif t
patients at the Grandbay hospital h-d to provide their o-An merls
His Honour said he was not awareof this and promised to inves-
tigate it.
SPECIAL WARRANTS
The Committee approved the following Special Warrants:-
Head Particulars Amount
382/53 E.4 Agricultural Exhibition $ 1,000.00
916/53 E.4 Acting Allowance-Forestry 130.00
717/53 E.5 Acting Allowances 74.;1













ROSEAU

By-Law No.J7 of 1953.
A BY-LAW, ordained by the Roseau Town Council to amend
the Roseau Meat and Fish Market By-Law 1937 (No. 2 of 1937).
(Gazetted March 25th, 1954.)
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the Roseau Meat and Fish
Market By-Law 1937" be amended.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Roseau Town Council as follows:-
1. SHORT TITLE. This By-Law may be cited as "The Roseau Meat
and Fish Market (Amendment) By Law 1953" and shall be read and
construed as one with the Roseau Meat and Fish Market By-Law
1937, hereinafter referred to as the principal By-Law.
2. INSERTION,, OF NEW SECTION. Immediately after
Section 42 of the principal By-Law the following new section shall be
inserted:-
42a. Any butcher or assistant butcher, or other person who
intends to sell any meat or turtle at the Meat Market shall, before such
meat or turtle is sold, pay to the Town Clerk Meat Market Dues in
respect thereof at the rate specified in Schedule "A".
3. AMENDMENT. Schedule "A" to the principal By-Law is
hereby amended by the addition of the following at the end thereof :-
SCHEDULE "A"
DUES
For permission to use a Meat Market stall 0. 1. 0 per diem
4. COMMENCEMENT. This By-Law shall come into operation
on the 1st day of January 1954.
Ordained by the Roseau Town Council this 18th day of November,
1953.
N. A. JEFFERS,
Chairman,
Roseau Tuwn Council.
Approved by the Governor-in-Council this llth day of December,
1953.
E. R. RICHARDS.
Clerk of the Council.

DOMINICA'
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Charges on New X-Ray for
Roseau Hospital
Transport Allowances etc.
Repatriation etc. of dis-
tressed persons
Z ubs st nee for prisoners
Maintenance of Motor Vehicles
Detective and Special
Dental I'reatmernt
Travelling Officers Roms
Fire Service: Sub-station Officer
Rent of Police Station
Port aid Marine: Maintenance
of boats
Furniture for Sub-Post Office
at Salybia
Provisions
Draughtsman
Scale for Petrol Warehouse
Purchase of Electric Fan
Wages to Aidwaiters
Expenses of F.re Brigade


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748/52 His Honour informed the Committee that the Legis-
lative Council would be prorogued from November 23rd to De-
cember 15th.
OTHER BUSINESS ]
MATRON ROSEAU HOSPITAL
Mr. Shillingford represented to His Honour the need for the
matron to reside on the premises of the Hospital. The matter
was discussed and His Honour promised to re-examine it.
RESIGNATION OF DR."BASTYRA
1555/50 To Mr. Douglas' observation that Government
should try to retain the services of Dr. Bastyra His Honour ie.
plied that Dr. Bastyra was leaving the service of this Colony at
his own request.
TRAFFIC DOWN KING GEORGE V STREET
Mr Jeffers brought to the attention of His Honour the in-
convenience caused to business situated in the lower pa t of King
George V Street as a result of| existing traffic arrangements







whereby all vehicular traffic directed to or leaving those business
places situated in that part had to take a rather circuitous course.
His Honour promised to look into hat.
NOMINATION OF MR. HARRIS AS REPRESENTATIVE
OF THE LOCAL BRANCH OF THE COMMONWEALTH
PARLIAMENTARY ASSOCIATION
1021/52 His Honour read out to the Committee the text of
a telegram addressed to him by the Colonial Secretary of Jamaica,
transmitting a request by Mr. W.H. Courtenay, President of the
Caribbean Branch of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Associa-
tion, to nominate the Colony's delegate to.Jamaica for the occa-
sion of the visit of Her Majesty the Queen as Parliamentary As-
sociation representative of this branch to enable him to attend a
meeting of the Association which it was proposed to hold on No-
vember 24th to discuss the following resolution:-
"BE IT RESOLVED THAT this Honourable House requests
the West Indian Branch of the Commonwealth Parliamentary
Association to consider the desirability of sending a Parlia-
mentary Delegation comprising Representatives of all willing
Legislatures to British Guiana to study and observe what
action might be taken in aid of the people of British Guiana
and the earliest possible restoration of their constitutional
rights; and,
BE IT RESOLVED that each Territory bear the expense of
its Delegate."
The Committee agreed and His Honour; promised to inform
Mr. Harris accordingly.
ADJOURNMENT
The Committee adjourned sine die.
W. O. SEVERIN
Clerk of the Legislative Council
Confirmed this 18th day of December, 1953.
(Sgd.) H. LINDO.
Administrator, (Chairman)
Presented to the Legislative Council this 16th day of Febru-
ary, 1954.
J. BULLY,
Financial Secretary,




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