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Dominica.


Official


VOL. LXXVII.


Gazette.


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ROSEAU, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1954. No. 41


Government Notices.


No 213
POST OF SUPERINTENDENT OF
PRISONS. GRENADA.
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 7h0). A corn-
mincing 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
Unfurnis:ed quarters are provided
for which the olhcer 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 relevant Ordinance
and Regulations. He will also be subject
to Colonial Regulations, 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 of
Diplomas obtained.
(3) Nature of present and past employ-
ment with dates
(4) Amount of monthly salary or wages
earned in the post in which appli-
cant was last employed.
() Past experience in work of the same
r similar kind to that required in


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-
ment.
Applications which do not contain the
required information will not be con-
sidered.
A Medical Certificate from a Govern.
ment Medical Officer should be furnished
The selk ted candidate will be expected
to assume duty as from Ist October 1954
Applications should be addressed to
the Secretary. Public Service Commission,
Government Office. Grenada, to reach
him not later than 15th August, 1954
Government Office,
GRENADA.
9th July, 1954,
No 224
NON-DISALLOWANCE OF ORDI-
NANCE
IT is notified for general information
that the Secretary of State for the Cola.
nies has notified His Excellency the Gov-
ernor that the Queen will not be advised
to exercise Her Majesty's power of dis-
allowance with respect to the undermen-
tioned Ordinance passed by the Legisla-
tive Council of Dominica:-
No. 5 of 1954 The Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Amendment) Ordinance,
1954.
Ref. 464'48
21st July, 1954.
No. 225
COMMANDEt, CARIBBEAN AREA
IT is notified for general information
that Brigadier R.C.S Hall, O.B.E., hs
assumed the appointment of Commander,
Caribbean Area and Officer Commanding


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188 OFIFICGAL GAZ TT.E, TRUR& AY, JULY 29, l5I1.


Troops, Jamaica. vice Brigadier A. C. F*
Jackson. C. B. E., with effect from 21st
May 1954.
M P. 676/51.
22nd July, 1954.
No. 226
CONSTITUTION OF NURSING
COUNCIL
THE undermentioned persons have been
appointed to serve on the Nursing Coun-
cil constituted under Section 2 of the
Nurses Registration Ordinance, 1952 (No.
20 of 1952). for a period of two years,
with effect from 16th June, 1954:-
Mrs. L. Robinson
Miss M. Eugenia Charles
Mrs N E. Holt
Nurse F. Dorival
Nurse '1. Lundell
Dr J. Scott Robinson
Nurse Patricia Boyd
M. P. 410/53:
22nd July, 1954.

No. 227
ADMISSION TO THE INNS OF COURT
IT is hereby notified for the informa-
tion of all intending applicants, that the
Inns of Court do not in future propose to
consider applications for admission with-
out a certificate of character in the pro.
per form from a Judge, Magistrate or
person holding a similar official position
in the district in which the applicant re-
sides. Consolidated Regulations No. 2
refers.
Ref. No. C 52/48.
24th July, 1954.

No. 228
ASSENT TO ORDINANCES
THE undermentioned Ordinances which
have been assented to by His Excellency
the Governor are published with and form
part of this issue of the Gazette: -
No. 10 of 1954. The Legislative Council
(Elections) (Amendment) Ordinance,
1954.
C.101/51 Pt. II.
No. 11 of 1954. Public Library Ordinance,
1954.
1020/52
No. 229
LEAVE
BROWNE, H.M. Fireman, Fire Service
vacation leave from the 23rd July to
the 9th August, 1954, inclusive.
P.F. 789
28th July. 1954
MOURILLON, Miss P., Nurse Midwife,
Class Ill, Medical Department, vaca-
tion leave from the 28th July to the
13th August, 1954, inclusive.
P.F. 559
!8th July, 1954.
fELEMACQUE, Mrs. M., Nurse, Class IV,
Medical Department, vacation leave
from the 30th July to the 17th Sep-
tember, 1954, inclusive.
?.F. 272
8th July, 1954


THOMAS, W., Orderly, Portsmouth Hos-
pital, vacation leave from the 30th
July to the 16th August, 1954, inclu-
sive.
P.F. 627
28th July, 1954
Ry Command
GERALD H. L GRELL,
A Government Secret try.

Departmental and other
Notices
LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
THE Registrar of the London School of
Economics has informed the Education
Dep rtment that the next school Entrance
Examination will be held on Tuesday,
22nd. February, 1955. and will consist of
one three hour paper of a genera! nature
Candidates who wish to be admitted to
this examination must submit a formal
application to the Overseas Students (Co-.
mittee of the Academic Hoard. Candidates
will be required to pay an entry fet of
i (one pound) and be responsible for
local charges (e. g. invigilati n) which
may arise.
The I ,t date for receipt of applica-
tio.,s for students wishin,! to eid for thr
B. Sc. (Economcs) degree course wil 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-
This especially applies to the B. Sc-
(Economics) degree course.
Students intending to read for the LL.B.
degree will be required to pass in three
subjects at Advanced Level in the genera
Certificate of Education examination, or
pass the Intermediate LL. B. Examination,
or an equivalent Examination, before
admission.
VICTOR A,A. ARCHER
Ag.Education Officer.
Ref. M. P. 702/53

NOTICE
Trade Marks Office,
Dominica,
25th June, 1954
PETROLEUM MARKETING COM.
PANY (West Indies) LIMITED of 22
Great St. Helen's, London, E. C. 3, En.
gland, have applied 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
mark has not yet been used in Dominica.
Any person may within three months











OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY,

from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica Dffi-
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
Regist,,, of dtle M.11 ls,
DOMINICA
Agent:--
W. F. Harison, Esq.,
Bay Flroit,
Roseau

NOTICE
Trade Marks Office.
Dominica,
:'6th June, 1954
IMPERIAL -HE \ICA I, INDUS'I 1IES,
LIMITED of Iinperial Cher'cal 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, synth-
tic resins, fire extinguishing coiimpoiitiot.s,
adhesive substances, polishing piepara"
tions, and dust laying and absorbent pre
parations, synthetic textile fibres, yarns'
threads and fabrics, materials for pack"
ing, stopping and insulating, electric
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 leatherclothl 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
11th day of March, 195..
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica Offi-
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 DOYD
Register of Trade Marics,
Dominica
Agent:-
Messrs James & Rigsby,
Whinfield Chambers,
Roseau,
Dominica, B W I.

Application for Registration
DOMINICA.
Application is hereby made for the Re-
gistration, in the Register, of the United


JULY 29, 1954


Kingdom Trede Mark Nos 5077 7, F07718,
507719. 5077'0 507721, 507733, 5077:"4.
507739, 507747, .07749, registered on the
12th day of November 1929 and for the
issue to us of a Certificate of Registration
in the Colony of Dominica for the said
Trade Mark.
Dated the 10th day of May 1954.
MONA RIGSBY
for James & Rigsby.
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
Dominica.

T R A I, F C NO TIC E
Iv 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 Hich St Junction be closed
to wheeled traffic between the hours of
9.45 a in. and 4 p m. commencing on Wed-
nesday the 28th day of July 1954 and sub-
sequent da.s excluding Saturdays, Sun
dass and Bank Holidays during the sit
ting of the Supreme Cout in its Crimina
Jurisdiction
B. I. HUMFI'IY,
T af Ic Commissioner.
Ref. 149/49


R OAD NOTICE.
THE Tians-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 GRANr
1)ireclor of [Volkks.
Public Works Department,
Roseau.
D irinica.
21st July, 1951.
Ref. 982,53


Post Office Notice

AIR PARCEL SERVICE 'FROM UNITED
KINGDOM
IT is notified for general information
that an air parcel service from the United
Kingdom to D)on-inica via IBa i)ados will
be introduced on 5th August. 1954.
Despatches will be forwarded from
London on nMondays and Thursday and
will be normally due to arrive here on
Thursday and Mondays
Owing to the limited carrying capacity
of the "Goose" priority wili be given to
letter mail in the event of excess load and
in that case parcels will be forwarded by
surface route from Barbados.
The air parcel postage from the United
Kingdom to Dominica will be 7 sh. per
half-pound.
A. D. IOYD).
Cul,,tuial lotminaster.
General Post Office,
DiOMINICA.
22nd July, 1951











OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1954


NOTICE
Trade Marks Office,
Dominica,
26th June. 1954
INTERNATIONAL TOB ACCO COM-
PANY OF SOUTH AFRICA LIMITED
of 22 Bunsen Street, liidustria, .Johannes-
burg, Union of southh Africa have, ap-
plied for the registration of .me trade
mark consisting of the follo\~ing word
and device:--


in Class XLV, that is to say, Tobacco
whether manufactured or unmanufac-
tured.
The applicants claim that they have
used the said trade mark in respect of
the said goods for seven months before
the 27th day of March 1954
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica Offi-
cial G1azette, give notice in duplicate, at
the Trade Marks Office. Dominica, of op-
positi n to the registration of the said
trade mark.
T. A. BOYD
Regi.,ti or of a de Maa? s,
Dominica
Agent'-
M. Eugenia Charles,
Chambers,
Roseau

THESHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY,
LIMITED a corporation organized and
Existing under the laws of tne United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Northe n
Irelaad located at Welwyn Garden City,
Hertfordshire, England have applied for
the registration of one trade mark con-
sisting of the followir.g word:--



Shreddies
in Class 42, that is to say, substances used
as food or ingredients in food. biscuits,
cakes, cereal food products and bakery
products
The applicants claim to be lawfully en'
titled to the use of the said trade mark in
respect of the said go ds.
Ai y person may within three months


from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Douminica Offi-
cial Gazette, give notice in duplicate, at
the Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of op-
position to tile cgistiati, n of the said
trade mark
T A ,()YD
Rleiyst ar of 1 iaude Alh' ks,
Doli'ici ,,
Axe nt: -
C. A.F. Dupiny, Esq.,
tn1 itn ers,
R usia u.

DOM INICA
TIlE iR I-SFR\fION OF UNITED
KhiGUUOM TRADE MARKS ORDI-
NANCE. 191(i
'ERADEN I
Applicaiion i' heieby made for the Re-
gis'ration, il tile lRegister, of tlhe United
Kingdom I'r de hiark No. 551104 r-eis-
teied ,ln the 15th day of May 1934. and
f.,r the issue t, us of a (te tificate of Ue-
gistration in the (clony of Dominica for
the said trade mark
Dated the 14'h I y (f June, 195-1
RIECKI IT & 'C(L\IAN I lMIl'ED
ly tlh ir A -ent
(Syd.) W\V. 1". III RISON
To The Regisiiar of Trade Maiks,
Dominica

Application fr Regstiration
PENTAL!TE
Application is hereby made for the Pe-
gistration, in the Iegister, of thi liiied
Kingdom Trade i\l ak No. 7-2444 e- iis-
tered or. lle 20th November .95 nd, and for
the issue to us of a Cert;ficate of Rcgislra-
tion in the Colony of Dominica for the
said Trade Mark
Dated the 2lst day of June !954
JA,\IES & RIGSIY
for Messrs Imperial Clheoical Indus-
tries Ltd.
per A. JAMES

NOTICE
Trade Mlarks Office.
Detminica,
19th June, 1954
THE BORID)N COMPANY, a corpora-
tion organize d and existing undet the
laws of the State of New Jersey, and
located at ;'5) Madison Avenue, New
York. State of New York United States
of America, have p1. lied for the registrn-
tion of one trade mark consisting of the
following device:


in Class 42, that is to say, milk and dairy
products.











OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1954


The applicants claim that they have
used the said trade n.ark in respect of the
said goods for seven and one half yeats
before thle 3rd day of March, 1954.
Any person may within three months
from tile date of the fitst appearance of
this advertisement in the Doininca Offi-
cial Gazette, give notice in dupiicate, at
the Trade Marks Office. Dominica, of op-
position to the regitilation of the said
trade tark.
T. A BOYD
li:yitlotrl o 'I r, dc .Uti r/s,
Dominica
Agent:--
Llifton A Ii. Dupigny Eo1 ,
Ghambers,
looseau.

I) O M IN I 'A
Thle )nReit;rtim oif UJiilted Kiingdomn
Tiadle 11ars. Ordinance, ID1 )
i;ENSON and HEDGES
Ap)plication is licreby made for thle le-
pistration in th1 ltR sister, of the [nJited
Kinglidom 'l l(tde IMa k No 6(81i(77 regis-
tered on the 15thl day o' July, 19:9. and
for tihl- issue to us of a Cer ti icate of li'-
gistration in tile (Colony of Doniiiica f .r
the said trade n;: ik.
Dated tilt 9th div -f Febr.ary iv. : .
(S-d ) W. F. \ARIII)ON
Agent lor [BI'.'NS) & lillLDES;

'To Th- Regist ar of T'ade Ma;lk-,
DOMINICA

DO M NI C A
The Registration of United Kinv doim
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1916
CAI.EY
Application is hereby made for the l1e-
gistration in t e Register, of the United
Kingdom Trare Mark No. 6(i722' reg;:s-
lered on the 2(;th lt'ebuaay. 1948, and for
the issue to us of a Certificate of Regis-
trat:on in the (Colony of Dominica for the
said trade mark
Dated the 9th lay of February, 1954.
(Sgd ) W. F. HAKRISON,
A. J. Caley Lini;zed.
By their Agent W. 1. llarrison
To T he Iegistrar of Trade Marks
DOMINICA


D0 M I NNICA
The Pegistrationl of United Ktingudom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 194(;
DARI--RICH
Application is hrreby made for the Re-
gi'trati on, in the Register of ihe United
Kingt.dom Trade ali k No 72-"23I71 regis-
tered 0 n the (ili day of Octber, 19.5;3
and for the is-ue to us of a Certificate of
Re':stration in the Colony of Dominica
for thie said ti ;ie i ark.
Dated the Dth day of February. 1954
A. J. CALEY Limited
I y their Agent
(bgld.) W 1'. Harrison
To The RIeist rar of i trade Marks,
DOMINICA.

1) O M I N I C A
Tlie o isiation of Ulj ited King dom
Tiade Marks Ordi naii-, 191(i
FORTUNE
Application is hereby made fort the lie-
gistration. in tile Register, of the li U iteid
Kingd oml Ti'ade Mark No. (jii0):Ol95 T ,s-
teied: on the Iith day of August, 198l
andi for the issue to us of a n-rtificale or
Ilogistration in tile Colony of Dominica
for the said trade mark
Dated the 9th day of February, 195 1
A J. (CALEY Limited
[ly their Agent
(.d _d \V) V. IA1 lISION
To Tl'ie lihgisl ir (of Trade Marks
1)10 1N I.'A

POST OFFICE NOTICE

AIR MAILS
THE Goose will arrive one hour
earlier on July 29th and 5th and L.th
August. 1954, and mails will be closed
as follows: -
',n/P. Ord.
W\':Vm '.:si-l 28thJuly 3 p.nl. 4 p.i'.
,, 4th August ,,


,, 11th


A. I). 1 OYI ,
Colonial. 1Pf.s'im atitr.
GEINEIRAI PO' OFIti E,
DO.\MINIC'A.
26th Juiy, i'51


) OMINICA
The Registration of United Kingdomi Trade Maiks Ordinance, 19)4






APPLICATION is hereby made for the Registration, in the IRegister, of the
United Kingdom Trade Mark No. 66`202!) register ed on the 24th Feb, uary, 1941. arn
for the issue to us of a Certificate of Registration in ihe Colony of )ominica for
the said trade mark.
Dated the 9th day of February, ii;51.


To The IRegistrar of Tiade Marlks,
IDOMINICA


(Sget.) W. F. IHAI RISUN,
Agent for IENSON & HEDGE'-: 1I ITED


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wilarllillg"(3 times

,warning may be
fexlpecteri in .,min-
utes please stand
by' (3 time^l



None


None


None

None







None







Note


; 0 Watts. Areacover-
Ellglish ed is Caribbean up I'- 26
N, Gulf of Mexico and
F'lorida
Warnings can be re-
peated n frcquipc:es
-14 ; 8 Kcs, 131729 KCs or
!7332 9 Kcson special re-
,quest frcnm ships.


Etglisli I


Spanishi


'Frequency modul-
al ,,1


French *July 15 to Nov. 15
only. During periods
French of serious disturbance
in tile Caribbean,
R;dio (uadeloupe &
Radio Martinique
wirk iuinlt errupta'd-
ly and give bulletins
on the hour until end of
disturbance.
Frelichl Bulletins preceded by
station identification and
three minutes of music


English


On short wave: 5000 watts
On medium wave: 600
watts. In the event of a
hurricane warning, reg.
ular programmes will be
interrupted to give the


Station


rl'ceqlleicy


Retmark-


,BA1lAL1AS


!- ~--














OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1954.


Station


Jamaica (con'td)






Station VQI




PUERTO RICO
San Juan WIPR


WAKA


Frequency


2690 Kes (115 8M)


940 Kcs (319.14M)


580 Kcs (517 24M)


Broadcast Times Broadcasl Tilims,
Special l.Daily
Hurricane Warnings Weather Repor'l.

GMT LUCAL cMT7 Lot AL
Stunlli(y Stutliay
1301 8.04 a.lm. 1304 S 04 ;a.1n.
1729 12 29 p n. 1721 12 29 p.m.


2313 6.13 p.m.
0214 9.14p .
1315) .1.t ant
1800 1.00 p.im.
2400 7 00 p.m.0
0300 10.00 p l.


]Ooo
1000
1600

2200
6400


6.00 a.m.
12.00 iinooni
12 00 ttoil


23:13
0214


142.)
1825*


6 13 p.m.
!i 1 1 p.m.
.NulIC






10 25 a in.
4.2.> p.m.*


if n IInliritiCaiin, 'if tr-a'-l l eimark
Warnlitgs i c>t
latest bulletins as receiv-
ed fron tlhe Meteorologi-
cal Office in addition to
Ithe reports at the stated
times In the event of a
Slnc1 hurricane threat to Jhin-
laica, Hadio Jamaica will
remain on the air to give
rcptorts and bulletins un-
No Egli-h til the danger is over.

200 Walls


iNo li


(.00 lill.


I'F1-li, 1 ",'.ooo Walts
The same weather re-
iattl ports and hurricane
Sll;lis]ll warnings are also carried
by other radio stations in
Puerto Rico
WPRP 910 Kcs (329.67M)
WIAC 740 Krs (405.4M )
WNELE 6in Ks 1.4X RIM)
WP'AB 5r0 Kes 35.5.55M)
WAPA oSJ Kcs L4.1 I1MI


TRINIll)AD
Radio 750 Kcs (379.7M)
Trinidad 3275 Kcs ( 91 6M)
6085 Kes' ( 49.3M)


1200
18]00
2400
030t


*6( 00 a.m1. to
6.00 p.1m. only
S2735 Kes (109.7M) 1250
S1850


8 00 a.m.
2 00 p.m.
8 00 p in.
11 00 1) in


'. ) ai. 111
2.50 p.Im.


10-54
1210
2:151,


( I ta in.
8.10 a.m.
1 2. 10 p 11 .
7.5 I 1 in.


N,,t- Etnglish 790 Kcs: 501 0 Watts
6085 Kcs) : 500 Watts
The weather reports are
broadcast at end of local
news bulletins : time
are approximate

NilI EJglisli -:J0 Watlts. In111r-
U llo1 is ;1lI avail-
Sallc on l'requ'est.


1200 8.00 a.in.


On receipt ald at
H11-30 thereafter


Pinrco Tower 3023.5 Kes (97.5M)
118.1 Mcs ( 2.54M)


English 13023 Mrls: 250 W\atI-
i118.) Kcs. 15s Watr.


Sahturli;y aml


None






Sd rd rd


* O -PC
O *H C p
L) H
0 a, 0*I
Cr ** ?



I


194 OFFICIAL GAZETTE Ti Y, JULY 29, 1954.
T MrW j JULY 2, 1954


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE CIRCULATION IN THE BRITISH
CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP) ON
1ST JULY, 1954.


Average Circulation during May 1951:
British Caribbean Currency Notes -
Government Currency Notes


British Caribbean Currency Notes:
Trinidad & Tobago
(including Montserrat) $24,116.367.00
Barbados 5,808.4 0.00
British Guiana 12,79',7S5 00
Grenada 1,653,100 00
St. Vincent 526,400.00
St. Lucia 860,000 00
Dominica 943,400.00
Antigua 1,421,300,00
St. Kitts 1,516,500.00


Total British Caribbean Currency Notes
Trinidad & Tobago Government
note circulation $1,
Barbados Government Note
Circulation
British Guiana Government
Note Circulation
Total Government Note Ci' culation
Total Circulation on 1st July 1954.


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


$49,698,439.00
2,201,385.00
$51 899,824.01


$19,642,252.00
408,624.00

162,448.00

524,768.00
2,095,840 00
$51,738,092 00
(Sgd) L. SPENCE
Executive Commissioner
itish Caribbean Currency Board.




J BULLY,
F'inunciul &'cretlay


DOMINICA
Printed at the BULLETIN OFFICKi Roseau.--By Authority


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1954 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ORD. 10
(ELECTIONS) (AMENDMENT)




DOMINICA
ORDINANCE NO. 10 OF 1954.
I assent
L. COOLS-LARTIGUE
Governor's Deputy.
14th July, 1954.
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE LEGISLATIVE
COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.
(Gazetted 29th July. 1954)
BE IT ENACTED by the Legislature of Dominica
as follows :-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS)
(AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 1954, short titl
and shall be read as one with the Legislative Council o1l.;1 1 l/1frn
(Elections) Ordinance, 1951, (hereinafter referred to
as the principal Ordinance).
S'lik it niti
2. For Form No. 5 of the First Schedule to the ,, i ,,,, ,.
principal Ordinance, the form following shall be sabsti- ''.lt
tuted :-- print. ond.
"Form No. 5 [RULE 7
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951
REGISTRATION NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE that-
(a) the boundaries of polling division No................of the
............................ .Electoral District are as follows:-











15
1951 LEGISLATION COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORD). 10
(A AMENDMENT)




(b) The enumeration of all qualified persons will begin on the
..... day of................ 19.. and will be completed on the
..... day of .............. .......19....
(c) The enumerator for the above pulling division is..............
(d) Every person not disqualified on any of the grounds set
out in the iext paragraph of this notice is qualified to be regis-
tered as an elector in the Electoral District if he or she
(1) is a British subject of the age of 21 years or upwards;
(2) has resided in the Colony for twelve months at
least previous to the date of registration, or is domiciled
in the Colony and is resident therein at the date of such
registration ; and
(3) has resided in the .......electoral district for a period
of at least six months prior to the date of such registra-
tion as an elector ;
(e) no person shall be entitled to be registered as an elector
in any Electoral District who-
(1) has been sentenced by a Court in any of -Her Majesty's
dominions to death or to imprisonment (by whatever
name called) for a term exceeding twelve months and
has not either suffered the punishment to which he was
sentenced or such other punishment as may by com-
petent authority have been substituted therefore
or received a free pardon, or
(-) is a person adjudged to be of unsound mind or detained
as a criminal lunatic under any law in force in the Colony,
or
(3) is disqualified for registration as an elector by any law
in force in the Colony relating to offences connected
with elections ;
(t) The preliminary list of qualified persons for the above poll-
ing division will be ported up in this polling division fr a
period of eleven days beginning on the............day of
................19...
.. .. . . . .. .. ..... . . .
Registration Ofdcer.

D ate ...................... ......... "










1954 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ORD. 10 16
(ELECTIONS) (AMENDMENT)




3. For the figures 13 occurring in the third ,, ',,"',
line of paragraph (d) of Form No. 11 of the First Sche- 11 ,, -ii.
dule to the principal Ordinance, the figures 12 ,'' ,
shall be substituted otiiin
4. For Forms No. 26 and No. 26A of the First s.tmh" ,,
SI "IllS N ,.
Schedule to the principal I rdinanee, the Forms follow- o; ,unl 2 .\
ing shall be substituted respectively i, s.h-
" Form No. 26 (Section 23) iil Onliinai.,
The Legislative Council (Elections) O'dinance, 1951.
Statutory Declaration of a person nominated as a
Candidate for election as a member of the
Leg slative Council.
Q ualification of ................. ......... of..........
in the ..... .......................... of ...............
nominated as a candidate for election as a member of
the Legislative Council for the........................Elec-
toral District.
S I, .........................of... ............. .........
in the ......................... .... of... .... ...............
do solemnly and sincerely declare as follows:-
That I am duly qualified to be elected as a mem-
ber of the Legislative Council for this Electoral district
and that -
1. I am a British Subject of the age of 21 years *
over the age of 21 years. *
2. I have resided in the Colony for a period of twelve
months immediately before the date of my nomination'
for election.
* I am domiciled in the Colony and was resident therein
at the date of my nomination for election.
3. I am able to speak and read the English Language
with a degree of proficiency sufficient to enable me to
take an active part in the proceedings of the Legisla-
tive Council.
*I am able to speak the English Language vwih a
degree of proficiency sufficient to enable me to take
an active part in the proceedings of the Legislative
Council, but am incapable on account of...............
...... ......... .. ........ of reading it.











17 f154 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ORD. 10
(ELECTIONS) (AMEN DMENT)




4, I am not, by virtue of my own act, under any
acknowledgment of allegiance, obedience or adherence
to a foreign Power or State.
5. I do not hold nor am I acting in any office of
emolument under the Crown.
6. I am not a minister of religion.
7. I an not an undischarged bankrupt under any
law in force in any part of Her Majesty's dominions.
8. I am not a party to or a partner in any firm or a
director or manager of any company which is a party
to any contract with the Gove nment of the Colony for
or on account of the Public Service.
I am a party to'/ a partner in a firm */ a direc-
tor of a company */ a manager of a company which
is party to a contract with the Government of the
Colony for or on account of the Public Service and
have published in the English Language in the Gazette
and in a newspaper circulating in this electoral district
a notice setting out the nature of such contract and */
my interest, *the interest of my firm*/ company
therein.
9. I am not a person adjudged to be of unsound
mind nor detained as a criminal lunatic under any law
in force in the Colony.
10. I have not been sentenced by a Court in any part
of Her Majesty's dominions to death or to imprison-
ment (by whatever name called) for a term exceeding
twelve months.
I have been sentenced by a Court in............
a part of Her Majesty's dominions, to imprisonment
for a term exceeding twelve months and have suffered
the punishment to which I was sentenced.
1 have been sentenced by a Court in...........
a part of Her Majesty's dominions, to death, and have
suffered the punishment substituted therefore by com-
petent authority,
I have been sentenced by a Court in........ ....
a part of Her Majesty's dominions to imprisonment for
a term exceeding twelve months and did not suffer the
punishment to which I was sentenced, but have suffer-
ed the punishment substituted therefore by competent
authority.











1954 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ORL. 10 18
(ELECTIONS) (AMENDMENT)




I have been sentenced by a Court in.............
a part of Her Majesty's dominions, to death */ to im-
prisonment for a term exceeding twelve months */ but
was granted a free pardon.
11. I am not disqualified for membership of the
Legislative Council by any law in force in the Colony
relating to offences connected with elections.
I make this declaration conscientiously, believing
the same to be true and according to the Statutory
Declarations Ordinance, 1951, and I am aware that if
there is any statement in this declaration which is
false in fact which I know or believe to be false or do
not believe to be true I am liable to fine and imprison-
ment.
(Signed)..............................
Declared before me this........day of........ ..
19......
(Signed).. .........................
Delete if inapplicable.
Fcrm No. 26A. (Section 23)
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS)
ORDINANCE, 1951.
Statutory Declaration of Agent of a Person
Nominated as a Candidate for Elections as a
Member of the Legislative Council.
Qualification of .......................of ............
in the...... ...................of .................
nominated as a candidate for election as a member of
the Legislative Council for the.....................
Electoral District.
I ............................. of, ..............
in the...................... of.....................
do solemnly and sincerely declare as follows :-
That .............. ......is duly qualified
to be elected as a member of the Legislative Council
for this Electoral District, and that-
1. He is a British Subject of the age of 21
years*/ over the age of 21 *years
2. He has resided in the Colony for a period of
twelve months immediately before the date of
his nomination for election.
*He is domiciled in the Colony and was resi-
dent therein at the date of his nomination for
election.










1954 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ORD. 10
(ELECTIONS) AMENDMENTT




3. He is able to speak and read the English
Language with a degree of profficiency suffi-
cient to enable him to take an active part in
the proceedings of the Legislative Council.
He is able to speak the English Language
with a degree of proficiency sufficient to
enable him to take an active part in the pro-
ceedings of the Legislative Courcil, but is
incapable on account of ..................
of reading it.
4. He is not, by virtue of his own act, under any
acknowledgment of allegiance, obedience or
adherence to a foreign Power or State.
5. He does not bold nor is he acting in any office
of emolument under the Crown.
6. He is not a minister of religion.
7. He is not an undischarged bankrupt under
any law in force in any part of Her Majesty's
dominions.
S. He is not a party to or a partner in any fi-m or
a director or manager of any company which
is a party to any contract with the Govern-
ment of the Colony for or on account of the
Public Service.
: He is a party to*/ a partner in a firm'/ a
director of a company* /a manager of acom-
pany *which is party to a contract with
the Government of the Colony for or on
account of the Public Service and has publish-
ed in the English Language in the Gazette
and in a newspaper circulating in this elec-
toral district a notice setting out the nature
of such contract and*/ his interest,* the inter-
est of his firm*/ company therein.
9. He is not a person adjudged to be of unsound
mind nor detained as a criminal lunatic under
any law in force in the Colony.
10. He has not been sentenced by a Court in any
partof Her Majesty's dominions to death or to
imprisonment (by whatever name called) for
a term exceeding twelve months.
He has been sentenced by a Court in......
......a part of Her Majesty's dominions, to
imprisonment for a term exceeding twelve











1!54 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ORD. 10 20
(ELECTIONS) (AMENDMENT)




months and has suffered the punishment to
which he was sentenced.
*He has been sentenced by a Court in.....
... ..a part of Her Majesty's dominions, to
death, and has suffered the punishment sub-
stituted therefore by competent authority.
SHe has been sentenced by a Court in ...
.......a part of Her Majesty's dominions, to
imprisonment for a term exceeding twelve
months and did not suffer the punishment to
which he was sentenced, but has suffered the
punishment substituted therefore by competent
authority.
He has been sentenced by a Court ---
.----a part of Her Majesty's dominions, to
death -/ to imprisonment for a term exceeding
twelve months* but was granted a free pardon.
11. He is not disqualified for membership of the
Legislative Council by any law in force in the
Colony relating to offences connected with
elections.
I make this declaration conscientiously, believing
the same to be true and according to the Statutory
Declarations Ordinance, 1951, and I am aware that if
there is any statement in this declaration which is
false in fact which I know or believe to be false or do
not believe to be true, I am liable to fine and impri-
sonmen t.
(Signed) ....................................
Declared before me this- day of-----
----19-
(Signed) -----------
.*Delete if inapplicable. "

Passed this 21st day of April, 1954.
E. R. RICHARDS,
C. 101/51 Pt. II. Clerk of the Legislative Council.
DOMINICA.
Printed at the Bulletin Otlice, Roseau, by Authority.
Price 7d.]











1954 LIBRARY OR2. 11 2





DOMINICA
ORDINANCE NO. 11 OF 1954.
I assent
L. COOLS-LARTIGUE
Governor's Deputy.
16th July, 1954.

AN ORDINANCE TO RE-ORGANISE THE FREE PUB-
LIC LIBRARY AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE TAKING
OVER OF THE ADMINISTRATION THEREOF BY
THE GOVERNMENT OF DOMINICA.

(Gazetted 29th July, 1954)
WHEREAS a building has been erected in the town of
Roseau, in this Colony, out of funds generously given to the
Government by Andrew Carnegie of Skibo Castle, Scotland,
for the erection of a building for the purposes of a Free
Public Library:
AND WHEREAS a Free Public Library was maintained
in the said building under and by virtue of the provisions of ''. /1'')7*
the Library Ordinance, 1907:
AND WHEREAS it is considered expedient to re-organ-
ise the said Free Public Library to make provision for the
taking over of the maintainance and administration thereof
by the Government of Dominica.
BE IT ENACTED by the Legislature of Dominica as
follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
PUBLIC LIBRARY ORDINANCE, 1954.
SShort, I ill,.
2. In this Ordinance unless the context otherwise IItrI.Ii,.1--
requires- tion.
"Chairman" means the chairman of the Library Com-
mittee established under this Ordinance.
"Committee" means the Library Committee established
in accordance with the provisions of Section 6 of this
Ordinance.










22 1954 LIBRARY ORD. 11




, i/,1 <7. "Library" means the Free Public Library established
under the Library Ordinance, 1907.
"Regulations" means the 'regulations" from time to
time made under this Ordinance.
Control of 3. The Library shall be under the administrative con-
Library. trol of the Government of Dominica.
Mainten- 4. The Governor may out of such funds asmay be avail-
a.ne' of Li- able to him for that purpose re-organise and maintain the
hra,y. Library services at present rendered by the Library and may
extend the same as he may deem necessary.
Appoint- 5. The Governor may appoint a Librarian anj such
imefnt of Li- other officers and servants as he may deem fit for the purpose
'iaiano a of carrying out the provisions of this Ordinance at such sal-
cerr. aries as he may, with the consent of the Legislative Council
from time to time direct.
Library 6. (1) For the purposes of this Ordinance there shall
Committee. be established a Library Committee which shall primarily
be a consultative body.
(2) The Committee shall consist of a chairman and five
other persons to be appointed by the Governor.
(3) The Governor may appoint a member of the Board
to be Deputy Chairman and in the absence of the Chairman
the Deputy Chairman shall act in his stead.
(4) The Committee may request persons with expert
knowledge and experience to attend its meetings for the pur-
pose of assisting the Committee in its deliberations.
(5) The period of service of members of the Committee
shall be one year but any member shall be eligible for re-ap-
pointment to the Committee.
(6) Any member of the Committee may resign his seat
by letter addressed to tlhe Governor and the Governor may
at any time revoke any appointment made by him.
(7) All resignations and appointments made or revoked
shall be published in the Gazette.
(8) Any member of the Committee who has not on the
31st day of December in any year, attended to at least one-
third of the meetings of the Committee during the preceding
twelve months or during his tenure of office in such months
shall be considered to have vacated his seat on the Com-
mittee unless he had been absent owing to ill-health or with
the leave of the Governor.












1954 LIBRARY ORD 11 23




(9) In the case of the absence on leave or owing to ill-
health of any member of the Committee, the Governor or
the Board, as the case may be, may appoint another person
to act in his stead during such absence.
(10) No act or proceeding of the Committee shall be
invalidated or questioned on account of any vacancy among
the members of such Committee or of any defect in the ap-
pointment of a member.
(11) Should a vacancy occur among the members of
the Committee through death, resignation or otherwise, the
Governor or the Board, as the case may be, may appoint
another person to fill the vacancy so created.
7. (1) The Committee may meet at such time as may M,,c.ti g ,f
be necessary or expedient for transacting its business, but c:omitter
shall meet at least once in every three months. .tc.
(2) Decisions of the Committee shall be taken by a
majority of votes. In any case in which the voting is equal,
the Chairman shall have a second or casting vote.
(3) The quorum of the Committee at any meeting or
for the purpose of voting on any matter shall be three.
(4) The Librarian or in his absence any other person
appointed under section 5 of this Ordinance, shall be Secre-
tary of the Committee, and shall attend the meetings of the
Committee and may speak threat, but shall have no vote.
8. The functions of the Committee shall be- .u.i.unis at
(a) to advise the Governor on such matters which con- Col"iL'''.
cern the Library or any extension of the library ser-
vices as the Governor may include within its scope;
(b) to submit its views on any matters of general inter-
est in regard to the Library or any extension of the
library services to which in its opinion the attention
of the Governor should be drawn;
(c) to assist the Governor in the framing of regulations;
(d) to undertake such executive duties in connection
with the Library or any extension of the library ser-
vices as the Governor may from time to time
impose, either indclinitely or for a stated period.












24 1951 LIBRARY ORn. 11




Cass oi 9. (1) There may be one or more classes of subscribers to
sb.ii'hv.," the newspaper and magazine service of the Library and the
an l nIgaziinl qualifications, subscriptions and privileges of each class may
.rvi'.. be defined in the regulations for the government of the
Library.
(2) Subscribers to the newspaper and magazine service
of the Library shall have no special privileges with regard to
the borrowing of books.
Rlegnlations. 10. The Governor, after consulting the Committee, may
make regulations -
(a) governing the use by any person or body of persons
of the library facilities provided under this Ordinance;
(b) prescribing the duties and powers of the Librarian
and other officers and servants appointed under this
Ordinance;
(c): for the government and good management of the
library services; and
(d) generally for carrying out the purposes of this
Ordinance.
I',11,.'it 11. The expenses of carrying out the provisions of this
Matters.
Ordinance shall be defrayed out of-
(a) such moneys as may from time to time be appropri-
ated for the purpose by the Legislative Council out
of the general revenue of the Colony;
(b) gifts, grants and bequests made or given to the
Library from any public or private source.
Recovery of 12. (1) All penalties ard fines imposed by regulations made
Pialts. under the provisions of this Ordinance shall be recoverable
Cap. 61. in the manner provided by the Magistrate's Code of Proce-
dure Act, and proceedings may be instituted and conducted
by the Librarian or by any person authorised by the Com-
mittee either generally or for any particular proceedings.
(2) All fines, penalties and subscriptions received under
the provisions of any regulations made under this Ordinance
shall be paid into the General Revenue of the Colony.
Rrpeal Ord. 13. The Library Ordinance, 1907, is hereby repealed: Pro-
N ,. /1D7. vided that-









154 -LIBRARY ORD. 11




(a) all rules made under the Ordinance hereby repealed svcni,
and in force at the time of coming into force of this
Ordinance, and net inconsistent with the provisions
of this. Ordinance shall be deemed, to have been
made under the provisions of this Ordinance and
shall continue in force until other provision shall
be made by virtue of this Ordinance ;
(b) the Library Fund and all other moneys'whatsoever
received by or in the possession of or under the
control of the Committee or Librarian.under and
by virtue of the provisions of the Ordinance hereby
repealed shall be paid into and form part of the
general revenue of the Colony;
(c) al books, periodicals, furniture and other movea-
ble property belonging to the Library at the time of
coming into force of this Ordinance shall become
the property of the Government of this Colony;
(d) the Librarian and other officers of the Library ap-
pointed and employed under the provisionsof the
Ordinance hereby repealed at the lime of coming
into force of this Ordinance shall be deemed to
have been appointed or employed under the pro-
visions of this Ordinance until other provisions shall
be made by virtue of this Ordinance.
Passed this 21st day of April, 1954.
E. R..RICHARDS,
1020/52 Clerk of the Legislative Council.









IOMINICA.
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Price 5d.]




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