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VOL. LXXIV ROSEAU, MONDAY^ JA
Government Notices. FRIDAY:
St: Viicent- Trinidad and re-
2nd January 1950.
HIs Majesty the King has been gra-
sly pleased to approved of the
owing New Year Honours:-
'ommander of the Order of the
RNET HAMILTON GORDON-
omber of the Order of the British
ILLIAM MARENS LOPEY-St.
British Empire Medal-
HELEN MARIE VICTORIN-St. Lucia.
6th January, 1951.
As from the 15th January, 1951, the
air service by British Guiana Airways
Grumman, Goose will operate as
Dominica-Barbados and return St.
St. Vincent- Trinidad and
return St. Vincent.
St. Vincent--Barbados and',
return St. Vincent.
turn St. Vincent.
As from the 22nd January the sini-
gle fare from Dominica to Barbados
will be $40.00. Return $7t.00. Chil-
dren under 12 half-fae
As from the 5th February Messrs.
H.H.V.Whitchurch (B. W.I.A. agents)
will be agents for the service. All
bookings from the 5th February on-
wards should be made with Messrs.
J. N. McINTYRE,
FOREIGN COMPENSATION COMMIS-
A COMMISSION has been established in
the United Kingdom under the Foreign
Compensation Act, 1950, for the purpose
of registering and determining claims to
participate in compensation under agree-
ments with foreign governments, and of
distributing compensation as provided by
As its first task the Commission will
deal with applications for compensation
from the Funds to be paid under the
agreements with the Governments of
Czechoslovakia and of Yugoslavia'
Claimants should submit their applica.
tions to this office not later than the 31st
12 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1951.
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8th January, 1951.
THE fellbwing Statutory Rulesi and
Orders is circulated with and forms, part
of this Gazette.
No. 23 of 1950. Deprivation of Citizen-
ship Rules, 1950.
J. N. McINTYRE.
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,
4th January, 1951.
ROSEAU LAUDAT ROAD
THE Roseau Laudat road will be
closed for vehicular traffic from the
double culvert below Byack to Laudat, ,
till further notice.
E. R. ROWBOTHAM,
Director of Works.
Trade Marks Office,
27th December, 1950,
CARIBBEE PRODUCTS LIMITED
of Roseau, Dominica, have applied
for registration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following words:-
in Class 42, that is to say, Substances
used as food or as ingredients in food
The applicants claim that the said
trade mark has not yet been used in
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this advertisement in
the Dominica Official Gazette give
notice, in duplicate, at the Trade
Marks Office, Dominica, of opposition
to registration of the said trade mark.
A. B. MARIE,
Acting Registrar of Trade MtIrk, *
Agent:- G. A. JAMES, Esq,
Printed at the BULmIfm OrPice, Roseau, by'G. A. JAMES -By Authority
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1950, No. 23.
DEPRIVATION OF CITIZENSHIP.
RULES MADE BY THE GOVERNOR UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF SEC-
TION 29 (3) OF THE BRITISH NATIONALITY ACT, 1948.
[Gazetted 8th January, 1951. I
1. Short Title. These Rules may be cited as the Depriva-
tion of Citizenship Rules, 1950.
'2 Conimnittee -of Inquiry. (1) When the 1Secretary- of
State refers the case of a citizen of the United Kingdom and
Colonies to a committee of inquiry under subsection (7) of section
twenty or subsection (2) of section twenty-one of the British
Nationality Act, 1948 (which relate to deprivation of citizenship
of the United Kingdom and Colonies), the committee of inquiry
(in these Rules referred to as "the committee") shall, before
holding the inquiry, cause notice to be given to the person to
whom the inquiry relates, stating the time when and the place
where it will be held and the nature thereof and informing him
that he will be entitled to be present and to be represented by
.counsel or solicitor or, if the committee think fit, by some other
person approved by them.
Notice. (2) A notice under this Rule may be given--
(a) in a case in which the address of the person con-
cerned is known, by causing the notice to be de-
livered to him personally or by sending it to him
at that address by post;
(b) in a case where that person's address is not
known, by sending it to his last known address
and in such other manner, if any, as the chair-
man of the committee shall consider fit.
(3) A notice as aforesaid shall be given such time (not
being less than fourteen days) before the holding of the inquiry
as the chairman of the committee shall consider reasonably neces.
3. A notice under Rule 1 of these Rules may require the per-
son concerned to answer it in writing and to furnish in writing to
the committee any information which they consider material, to
be verified in such manner as they may require.
4. Powers of Committee. (1) The committee shall have
all such powers, rights and privileges as are vested in the High
Court or in any judge thereof on the occasion of any action, in
respect of the following matters :--
(a) the enforcing of the attendance of witnesses and
examining them on oath, affirmation or other-
Wise, and the issue of a commission or request to
examine witnesses abroad;
(b) the compelling of the production of documents;
(c) the punishing of persons guilty of contempt.
(2) A summons signed by one or more members of the
committee may be substituted for and shall be equivalent to any
formal process capable of being issued in any action for enforcing
the attendance of witnesses and compelling the production of
5. The committee may act upon any information which is
available whether or not such information is given on oath
or would be admissible as evidence in a court.
6. The committee may invite any government department
which appears to them to be interested to appoint a per-
son to represent the department at the inquiry.
7. (1) The committee may act notwithstanding any:vacancy
in their number, and the quorum of the committee shall
(2) The committee may delegate one or more of their
members to inquire into any particular matter relating to
the inquiry, and the member or members so delegated
shall, for this purpose, have all the powers of the com-
mittee other than their power of punishment.
8. The committee may postpone or adjourn the inquiry from
time to time.
9. The committee may allow or refuse to allow the public or
any portion thereof to be present during the whole or any
part of the inquiry.
10. Subject to these Rules, the procedure at the inquiry shall
be such as the committee may determine.
Made this 15th day of August, 1950.
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by G. ALPHONSUS JAMES,