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    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 19 of 1954
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Dominica.


Official


Gazette.


VOL. LXXVII.


No. 213
FOST OF SUPERINTENDENT OF
PRISONS. GREN.DA.
APPLICATIONS are invited for the post
of Superintendent of Prisons, Grenada
The salary of the post which is pension-
able is at the rate of $2,880 x 120 $3,600
per annum ($600 x 25 750). A com-
mencing salary above the minimum may
be paid dependent upon the experience
and qualifications of the succeesful candi.
date. The appointment carries with it
the liability to transfer to any post of
equivalent status within the Windward
Islands
Unfurnished quarters are provided
for which the officer will be required to
pay a rental not exceeding 10% of his
salary.
Free passages will be provided for the
officer, his wife and children not exceed-
ing five persons in all Vacation leave
will be granted at the rate of one and a
half months for each period of twelve
consecutive months resident service.
Leave passages are provided in accord-
ance with local regulations.
The officer will be responsible for the
supervision and management of the
Prisons Department in accordance with
the provisions of the rele ant Ordinance
and Regulations. He will also be subject
to Colonial Regulatiors, General Orders
and Financial Rules in force in the Colony.
Applications must be in the applicant's
own handwriting and should state:-
(1) Age.
(2) School or Schools or University at
which educated and Certificates or
Diplomas obtained.
(3) Nature of present and past employ-
ment with dates
(4) Amount of monthly salary or wages
earned in the ptst in which appli-
cant was last employed.
(5) Past experience in w9rk of the same
So similar kind to~tat required in


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No. 39


ROSEAU, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1954.


Government Notices.


the post advertised.
(6) Applicants should also furnish
testimonials (which will not be re-
turned) certified as true copies by
a Justice of the Peace or a Minister
of Religion or a Head of Depart-
nent.
Applications which do not contain the
required information will not be con-
sidered.
A Medical Certificate from a Govern.
nient Medical Officer shou d be furnished.
The selected candidate will be expected
to assume duty as from ist October 1954
Applications should be addressed to
the Secretary Publie Service Commis.ion,
Government Office. Grenada, to reach
him not later than 15th August, 1954
Government Office,
GIZWNAIA.
9th July, 1954.
No 214
AI'POINTMiENT OF JUSTICE OF1 THE
PEACE
His Honour the Administrator has been
pleased to appoint Me. N E.B. Watty, to
be a Justice of the Peace in and for the
Colony of Dominica.
15th July, i954.
Ref. No 534/54
No. 215
CoUNCIL CHAMBER,
RosEAU
19th July, 1954.
ORDER OF THE DAY
For a Meeting of the Legislative
Council to be held at the Court House,
Roseau, at 10.00 a.m. on Tuesday,
27th, July, 1954
L. Prayer


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publis eb z b b t t t orit p .










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1a51.


2. Confirtalion of Minutes
3. Papers to be laid
1,Y Il[ \'l" I,'\l 1, i I'Iu'YV AITTOR. \i' 1"
(i) Roseau Tispital (Amendment)
Rules, 193-1 (S N. & 0,, 1954, No.
1()
(ii) Importation of I'oultry (Bairba-
dos) 'i ohibition (l'evi cation)
Regulations, 1951 (S. I, & O.
19,'4, No. L:i)
(iii) Pensionable Offices (Amend-
ment) Order. 1954 (S. R. & 0.,
1954, No. 17)
(iv) Pensions (Amendment) Regula-
tions, 1954 (S. R. & 0., 1954,
No. 20)
(v) Ccnsular Conventions (Kingdom-
of ireece) Ordei in Council,
1o54.
(vi) Consular C(,nventiorns l,(rench
Republic) Order in (ounuil,
1954.
BY H1O 0'RAliAI] FI'I l.\ Ll.I l ,:A ': ,l,-
'I' RlY
(vii) Annual Report of the Scial
Welfare Department, for tle
year 1952.
4. Notices (including those of questions
to be asked).
5. Motions.
: I I]I'AL.\'M I'\ I'
BY IluXuril'l LE C'IIIN \ ATT(i/I'.V/"
Recommittal of the Bill mentioned be-
low.
1, / I. L.
Recommittal of -
An Ordinance to amend further the Dle-
portation (British Subjects) Ordinance,
1941.
6. Other Business.
7. Adjournment
W. 0. SEVERIIN
Clerk of the Legislative 'ouincil,

No, 216
LEAVE
BERTRAND, T ST. R, Third Class Clerk,
Customs Department, vacation leave
from the 16th July to the 26th Au-
gust, 1954, inclusive.
P.F. 107
19th July, 1954
JOLLY, P., Messenger, Class III, Educa-
tion Department, leave without pay
*; from the 19th July to the 19th Octo-
ber, 1954, inclusive.
P.F. 466
19th July, 1954
LAURENT, Miss J., Nurse, Class IV, Medi-
cal Department, vacation leave from
the 16th to the 31st July, 1954, inclu-
sive.
P.F. 854
19th July, 1954

No. 217
CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT
JOSEPH, Miss M.A L., as Third Class
Clerk, Crown Law Office, with effect
from the 1st September, 1952.
P.F. 737
19th July, 1952

No. 218
RESIGNATION
PAUL, Miss W., Third Class Clerk, Audit
Department, has resigned from the
service with efleclt from the 30th


June, 1951.
P F. 725
19th July, 1954.
No. 219
ASSENT TO ORDINANCES
THE undermenti'ned Ordinances which
have been assented to by His E xcellency
the (Govurnor are publisnie I with an I form
part of this issnie of the Gazette: -
No. 8 of 1951. The Roseau Town
Council (A:nendment No. 2) Ordinance,
154.
Ref. No. 251/5 1
21st July, 9 .i I.
No. 9 of i951 The Sedition and Urde
sirabie Publications (Amendment) Ordi.
nance, 1951
Ref. t)5,/51
21st July, i5 i.

N o. 220
DISMISSAL
CLARKE, Miss E. Nurse, La'ss IV, Medical
IDepartmentt ha-' been dismissed fromn
the service wi ll effect fioi uiie 3 'th
June, 19.4
P. I. 70:'
22n 1 July, 1951

No. 221
ACTVIN APP?)INVF ENFTS
BLu'I. i C. E., S co:;d Class Cleik, Agricul-
tural Department, to act Stew;ad,
Roseau liuspital.
12th July, 1954.
P 1'. 6i3i
IcluIAIxD, E R. L. Special Grade Clerk,
Government Oilike, to act Harbour
Master.
12th July, 19-1
P. F. 1:;9
Kuio1l'cS, MilS. M., Third Class Clerk,
l'ore-stiy DJepartment, to act Second
Class Clerk,
12th July 1954.
P. F. 713
SEIt;NORET, C.A., Steward, 1Rtseau Ilospi-
tal to act Special Grade Cleik, Gov-
erniment t Ollice.
121h July, 1954.
P. F. 338

No. 22.
THE following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with ai.d form part
of this issue of the Oficial Gazette : -
No 19 of 19)4. Air Transport (Licensing
of Air Services) (Amtendlient) Regula-
tions, 1954.
No 2A of 1954, A Proclam'riion.
1Vy Compiiiand
GERALD 11. L GREIL,
Ag. Government Secretzry.

Departmental and other
noticess

NOTICE.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUltE
DOMINICA.
12th July, 1954.
TENDERS are invitii for the purchase
of one Holstein Bull for butchering pur-
poses. The animal weighs approximatelY











OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1954


1,500 lbs and may be inspected at the
Grand Hay Agricultural Station.
Bids in sealed envelopes marked
"Tender for bull" should be addressed
to the Agricultral Superintendent to
reach him no later than Monday 26th
July.
H.A.L. FRANCIS
Ag. Agricultural Superintendent.

LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
THE Registrar of the London School of
Economics has informed the Education
Department that the nextschool Entrance
Examination will be held on Taesday,
22nd. February, 1955, and will consist of
one three hour piper of a general nature.
Candidates who wish to be admitted to
this examination must submit a formal
application to the Overseas Students Com-
mittee of the Academic Board. Candidates
will be required to pay an entry fee of
1 (one pound) and be responsible for
local charges (e. g. invigilati n) which
may arise.
The lst dote for receipt of applici.
tions for students wishing to icad lor the
B. Sc. (Economics) degree course wilt be
1st January, 1955
The Registrar wishes to stress the im-
portance of receiving applications much
earlier in the year Late applications are
only considered if withdrawals occur.
Tnis especially applies to the B. Sc.
(Economics) degree course.
Students intending ti read for the LL.B,
degree* will be required to pass in three
subjects at Advanced Level in the general
Certificate of Education examination or
pass the Intermediate LL. B. Examination
or an equivalent Examination, before
admission.
VICTOR A.A. ARCHER
Ag.Education Oficer.
Ref M. P 702/53

NOTICE
Trade Marks Office,
Dominica,
25th June, 1954
PETROLEUM MARKETING COM.
PANY (West Indies) LIMITED of 2?2
Great St. Helen's, London, E. C. 3, En.
gland, have arplied for the registration
of one trade mark consisting of the fol-
lowing word:--

ICA
in Class XLVII, that is to say, Liquid
fuels and lubricants
The applicants claim that the said trade
maik has not yet lieen used in Dominica
Any person may wit, in three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica 3ffi-
Cial Gazette, give notice in duplicate, at


the Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of op.
position to the registration of the said
trade mark.
T. A BOYD
Regist i r of 'Iua de M.1r k,
DOMINICA
Agent: --
W. F. IIarrison, E-:q.,
bay Firont,
Rloseau

NOTICE
Trade Marks Office,
Dominica,
;'6th June, ;954
IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDIUSTIIES,
LIMITED of Imperial Chernical House,
Millbank, London, S.W.I. England; Mer-
chants, have applied for the registration
of one trade mark consisting of the fol
lowing letters and device:-


in Class L, that is to say, plastics, synthe
tic resins, fire extinguishing compositions-
adhesive substances, polishing prepare.
tions, and dust laying and absorbent pre-
parations, synthetic textile fibres, yarns-
threads and fabrics, materials for pack-
ing, stopping and insulating, electrical
appliances and apparatus being manufac.
tured from plastics, tubes when manufac-
tured from plastic, cardboard boxes,
lighter flints, sliding clasp fasteners when
manufactured from plastic -, articles man-
ufactured from leathercloth and similar
coated fabrics, putty, roofing material.
The applicants claim that they have
used the said trade mark in respect of the
said goods for about 25 years before the
ilth day of March. 1951
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica 01i.
cial Gazette, give notice in duplicate, at
the Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of op.
position to the registration of the said
trade mark.
T A iOYD
Il- ist ur of Tradcle Mu,*'cs,
Dominica
Agent:-
Messrs James & Rigsby,
Whinfield Chambers,
JRoseau,
Dominica, B W I.

Application for Registration
DOMINICA.
Application is hereby made for the Re-
gistration, in the lIegister of the United
kingdom Trade Mark Nos 507777, i07718,
507719, 507720. [07721, 507733, 5077'4,
5077b9. 507747, i07749, registered on the
12th day of November 1929 and for the











OF1I QLAL QAZtUTJ, THURSI)AY, JULY 22, 16h4


issue to us of a Certificate of Registration
in the Colony of Douiinica for the said
Trade Mark.
Dated the 10th day of May 1954.
MONA RIGSBY
for ,l:Jmes & Rigsby
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
Dominica.

TRAFFIC NOTICE
BY virtue of the powers vested in me
under section 78(1) of the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic Ordinance 1949, I hereby
order that portion of Victoria Street be.
tween Government House Main Gate and
the Victoria High St Junction be closed
to wheeled traffic between the hours of
9.45 a m. and 4 p m. commencing on Wed-
nesday the 28th day of July 1954 and sub-
sequent days excluding Saturdays, Sun.
days and Bank Holidays during the sit-
ting of the Supreme Cout in its Criminal
Jurisdiction.
B. B. HUMFREY,
Traffic Commissioner.
Ref. 149/49

ROAD NOTI C E.
THE Trans-Insular Road will be closed
to vehicular traffic from the end of the
oiled section of the Imperial Road near
Penrice from Satuiday the 24th July,
1954, for a period of three weeks.
G. A. GRANT
Director of WVol s.


Public Works Department,
Roseau.
Dominica.
21st July, 1954.
Ref. 982/53

Goodwill Third Supplementary
Scheme.
RESOLUTION giving notice of a decisiorc
to prepare a Third Supplementary Scheme
in the Goodwill area.
Section 5 (Part 2) The Town & Country
Planning Ordinance No. 4 of 1946.
Resolution
Be it resolved and it is hereby resolved
that the Central Housing & Planning Au-
thority have this twenty-fifth day of June
1954, decided to prepare a Third Supple'
mentary Scheme in the Goodwill Area
under the provisions of Section 5 of the
Town & Country Planning Ordinance No.
4 of 1946 for: -
All that parcel of land in the I'arish
of St George bounded on the North
by Fond Cole Ravine en the South by
the road to Belle Vue, on the West
by the Roseau---St. Joseph Road and
on the East by Goodwill Estate'
A copy of the Resolution together with
the corresponding plan may be seen on
request at the offices of the Roseau Town
Council and the Central Housing & hla;.-
ning Authority.
Chairman
Central Housing & Planning Authority


Electoral Offi2e,
Rose" u.
14th July, 1954.
NOTICE

Clerks to Returning Officers

IT is hereby notified for general information that the following persons
have been appointed as Election Clerks to assist the Returning Officers for
the undermentioned Electoral Districts, in pursuance of Section 15 (1) of
the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance, 1951 (No. 14 of 1951):-
No. Electoral District Election Clerk A address
1. Roseau-Northern J. C. Bruney Roseau
2. Roseau-Southern A. F. White Roseau
3. Western S. L. Jolly Mahaut
4. Southern W. 0. M. Pond Soufriere
5. Eastern O. J. Georges San Sauveur
6. Northern B. 0. Robinson Wesley
7. Portsmouth P. J. Israel Vieille Case
8, North-Western M. A. James Colihaut
T. A. BOYD
Supervisor of Elections.


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1954.

STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE CIRCULATION IN THE BRITISH
CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES EASTERNN GROUP) ON
1ST JUNE. 54.


Average Circulation during- April, 195 :
British Caribbean Currency Notes
Government Currency Notes


British Caribbean Currency Note :
Trinidad & Tobago
(including MoIntserrat) $2i1,082,i i7.i00
Bai bados 6,045.0 0,00
British Guiana 12,791,7 5 00
Grenada 1,581,100 ((0
St. Vincent 52'.400.00
St. I.ucia 8(;0,01(0 ,
Dominica )4;, 4(00.t
Antigu;a 1 ,-20,300(.0
St. Kitts 1 ,516500. 00


Total i;ii.- I ('a ililtan (Currency Notes
Ti iilidad & Iubago Govei nment
rlote circulation $1,
Il'aadous Government Note
( irculationr
i]hilil. G(iana Government
Note C(ircu!atln


Total (Gvernment Note Ci culation
To al Cilculation on 1st June 1951.



llriti sh Caribbean Currency loard,
Treasury Chambers,
I'o rt- cf-S' ain,
Trinidad.
Ref \M.PL. 1251/52


$49,595,912.00
2,210,180.00
. 731 80(C)TU2.(00


$19,771,5.32.U0


41.,:;21 00

161' .318.00

52 .S(;8.(l


2,1:11,340 U00
i1 ,!)(;,((,092 00

(:gd) L. S!'ENE'
'Extcit.ive Co(miiissioner
Briuahi Caribbean Currency Board.


1100~ UCI ulcc~ Sec j~'(g r~,












METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER KEPT AT BOTANICAL GARDENS, DOMINICA.


Date

1954


May 1 Sat.
2 Sun.
3 Mon.
S4 Tues.
5 Wed.
6 Thurs
7 Ffr.
8 Sat.
9 Sun.
10 Mon.
11 rues.
12 Wed.
13! Turs.
14 Fri.
,15 Sat.
16 Sun.
,,17 Mon.
18' Tues.
19 Wed.
20 Thurs
21 Fri.
,22 Sat.
23' Sun.
24 Mon.
25 Tues.
,26 Wed.
,, 27 Thurs.
28, Fri.
,. 29 Sat.
.. 80 Sun.
31 Mon.


THERMOMETER.

Day.
Dry. Wet.

9a.m. 3p.m. 9a.m. 3p.nm.


82 83 74 77
82 83 75 76
82 83 75 76
8L 83 72 77
82 82 73 74
.82 86 74 76
85 88 74 75
86i 88 74 76
85 87 75 76
84 87 74 .75
84 87 75 79
84 86 76 79
84 82 75 74
81 87 73 76
79 86 75 79
81 87 73 76
79 83 75 75
79 87 76 76
75 86 72 75
84 87 72 75
79 87 74 75
78 87 74 76
77 '86 74 75
75 8-' 72 73
81 86 74 73
83 85 74 75
84 85 75 76
84 86 75 76
85 87 74 75
84 X 6 75 76
84 85 74 76


Relative
Humidity.


9a.m. 3p.m.


'oTTT LCnJj piP 0f3 --
', M.P. 202,52
I oq-uvt oDp ppT~7Oa4ATun


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Barometer
Corrected.
Thermometer. Reduced to S32 Fh Rainfall for the Rainfall for the
and Sea Level. I Rainfall. Year 1954. Year 1953.

M1ax'm. Min'm. 9 a m. 3 p.m.
ax'm. Min' m. 3p.m. hs. Ins. Pts. Mths. Ins. Pts.



88 7: 30 00 29 (6 .00 January 5. 36 January 3. 94
88 72 29 98 29.92 00 February 2. 57 February 4.89
88 72 29 99 29.95 .00 March 3. 4 March 4.11
85 72 29.99 29.92 .00 April 4. 49 April 4.55
8S 72 29 98 29.92 .05 May 2.64 May 7.29
90 71 29.96 2992 0 Total 18. 10 Total 24. 78
90 71 3)00 ,9.5 .00 -
90 72 29 96 29 92 .25
90 71 29.98 29.95 .00
91 70 29.98 29 95 .00
92 50 29.98 29 92 .00
92 70 29.99 2993 .3
92 70 2999 29 95 .00
94 70 29 98 29.95 .04
94 70 29.9 29 96 i 25
94 70 30.00 29.97 .40
94 70 2990 i9 89 .28
94 70 1993 29.90 .09
91 70 29.98 29.90 .00
91 68 29.93 2991 10
91 68 2994 29.91 9
91 68 29 98 29.92 .14
91 (8 29.95 29 92 .00
91 C8 2.95 2993 .00
92 8 29 t6 29.90 .00
92 (8 '9 98 29 '5 .62
91 (8S 1 .8 19.92 .02
91 (8 19 ,5 29.90 .00
91 C8 :- (0 29.95 .10
91 (8 29. 5 .29 .0 .03
91 (8 29.97 29.92 05
________________ 2.64 .









1954 ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL ORD. 8 12
(AMENDMENT NO. 2)




DOMINICA
ORDINANCE NO. 8 OF 1954.
i assent
L. COOLS-LARTIGUE
Governor's Deputy.
16th July, 1954.
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND FURTHER THE
ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL ORrINANCE, 19'-7.
(Gazetted 22nd July, 1954.)
BE IT ENACTED by the Legislature of Dominica
as follows :-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL (AMIENIDMENT NO. 2) sl-"". ille
ORDINANCE, 1954, ().
and shall be read as one with the Roseau Town Council 1,1:
Ordinance, 1937, as amended (hereinafter referred to .
as the principal Ordinance).
2. Section 90 of the principal Ordinance is hereby ,,
repealed and in place thereof the following shall be sub-
stituted :- s..-tin ,,
"90. For the purpose of assessing the said rate, iilil o,-
the Council may appoint two or more persons as ,j""""'i
valuers to prepare a valuation list of all p emises
upon which such rate is leviable ; such valua-
tion list shall be in the form prescribed in
Schedule H. hereto, and shall be prepared twice
in each year. that is to say, not later than the
31st day of January and the 31st day of July. "
3. Subsection (1) of section 95 of the principal mi,,,IIIUt
Ordinance is hereby amended by substituting for the ,,r ,.tin, 1!
words not later than the 28th day of February L .i iiniil
occurring in the third and fou th lines thereof the ",liu"""'..
words within thirty days."
Passed this 1st a;y of July, 1954.
W. 0 SEVERIN,
251,'54 Clcrk of the Leyjislative Council.
DO 1INICA.,
L-tinte,' at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by Authority.
I 1' ice Id 1









SEDITION


DOMINICA
ORDINANCE N@. 9 OF 1954.

[I assent
E. B BEETHAM
Governor.
9th July, 1954.
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE SEDITION
AND UNDESIRABLE PUBLIC NATIONS ORDINANCE,
1940 (No. 8 of 1940)

(Gazetted 22nd July, 1954.)
BE IT ENACTED by the Legislature of Dominica as
follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
SEDITION AND UNDESIRABLE PUBLICATIONS
(AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 1954,


hor't title


and shall be read as one with the Sedition and Undesir- Ord. No.
able Publications Ordinance, 1940, (hereinafter referred 8,1940o
to as the principal Ordinance).
2. Section 3 of the principal Ordinance is hereby A ,miin
amended by the insertion, next after paragraph (v), of of section
the following new paragraph- of princip
"(vi) to incite any person to commit any crime in Ordi"nan"
general disturbance of the peace."
Passed this 21st day of April, 1954.


nt
3
al


E. R. RICHARDS,
Clerk of the Legislative Council.


DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Office,Roseau, by Authority
[Price ld.l


ORD. 9


1954


1M. P. 106/54.






1954 AIR TRANSPORT (AMENDMENT). S.R.O. 19




DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS NO. 19 OF 1954.
REGULATIONS
MADE by the Governor with the approval of the Secre-
tary of State under the authority of section 5 of
the Air Navigation Act, 1936, as made applicable
to the Colonies by the Colonial Air Navigation (Ap-
plication of Acts) Orders 1937 to 1947.
[Gazetted 22nd July, 1954.)
1. These Regulations may be cited as the
AIR TRANSPORT (LICENSING OF AIR SERVICES) Short title.
(AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 1954.
and shall be read as one with the Air Transport (Li- S.R.O. 27/50
censing of Air Services) Regulations, 1950, as ,, 21/-2
amended, (hereinafter referred to as the principal
Regulations).
2. Regulation 3 of the principal Regulations is hereby Amenimn llRt
amended by iiserLing next aLfer the definition of "per- t Rguilatii
mit the following:- : ofrprinci]
'provisional licence' means a licence granted un- R"'gut""'"ios.
der Regulations 15 and 16 of these Regulations."
3. Paragraph (1) of Regulation 5 of the principal Re- Amndimpit
gulations is hereby amended by inserting between the of Regulation
woros "licence" and granted" occurring in the (1) of p1i,-
penultimate line thereof the words "or a provisional (.ial Regula-
licence." tons.
4. The principal Regulations are hereby amended by NeAw Reguli:
inserting next after Regulation 30, the following new tin iseIrted
Regulation : il ]'rtilipal
lRegulations.
"30 A. LICENCE TO INCLUDE PROVISIONAL
LICENCE. Any references to a licence in para-
graphs (2) and (3) of Regulation 5, Regulations
19, 26, 27 and 29 of these Regulatiors shall be con-
strued as including references to a provisional licence."
Made by the Governor with the approval of the
Secretary of State this 9th day of July, 1954.
H. LINDO,
Administrator.
1317/43.
DOMINICA.
Printed at.the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by Authority.
fPrice Id.]









1954 DISSOLUTION OF COUNCIL SRO 21




DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS. NO. 21 OF 1954.

BY His Excellency EDWARD BETHAM BEETHAM, Companion of the
Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George,
Commander of the Royal Victorian Order, Officer of the
Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Governor and
Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands.
E. B. BEETHAM,
Governor.
[ Gazetted 22nd July, 1954 ]
A PROCLAMATION.
WHEREAS by section 30 of the Dominica (Legislative
Council) Order in Council, 1951, the Governor may at any time
by Proclamation, dissolve the Legislative Council :
AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient to dissolve the exist-
ing Legislative Council on the 28th day of July, One thousand
nine hundred and fifty-four :
NOW THEREFORE I, by virtue of the powers so conferred
upon me, do hereby proclaim that the existing Legislative Coun-
cil shall be and the same is hereby dissolved on the 28th day of
July, One thousand nine hundred and fifty-four.
GIVEN under my hand at Government House in the Colony
of Dominica this 22nd day of July, One thousand nine
hundred and fifty-four and in the Third year of the reign
of Her Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.
By His Excellency's Command,
H. LINDO,
Administrator.

DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by Authority.
Price ld.]




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