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ROSEAU, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1951. No. 44


Government Notices.

Administrator's Office,
12th September. 1951.
FOREIGN COMPENSA1 ION
COMMISSION.
IT is published for general information
that the Voreign Compensation (Czechos-
lovakia) Order in Council, 195) made by
His Majesty by virtue and in exercise of
powers vested in him by the Foreign Com-
pensation Act 1950, has been amended so
that certain persons hitherto excluded
from claiming compensation may do so.
Persons wh) claim to be entitled to
receive compensation by reason of the
Amending Order in Council should write.
giving their full nam3 and address, to the
Secretary of the Foreign Compensation,
Commission I, Princes Gate, S. W. 7,
forthwith and in any event not later than
1st November 1951. An Application Form
with accompanying instructions w II then
be forwarded.
Perscns who have already sub nitted a'i
application and who may wish to amend it
by reason of the Amending Order in
Council, are at liberty to do so under the
Foreign Compensation Commission Rules
Approval Instrument 1950.
Copies of the relevant Act and Statutory
Instruments may be seen at the Adminis-
trator's Office, Roseau on application to
the Government Secretary,


Admiwnst;ato 's Office,
13th September, 1951.
THE following particulars relating to
appointments, etc., in the public service
are published for general infoati n: -
3A897^ ;L9 q


ARCHER V. A A. Headmaster Grammar
School, to act Elucation Officer in
conjunction with the duties of his
substantive post.
23rd April, 1951.
469/5
AUGUISrE. VicrOR H , 2nd Class Warder
ii. M. Prison, vacation leave from 8th
to 24th September. 1951, inclusive.
E. 553
BUTLEh, CLEVE E., 3rd Class Clerk. Pub.
lie Works Departmertt, vacation leave
from 6th to 21st September, 1951,
inclusive.
E. 6 '3
DALRYMPLE, Mrs ARTHr t, 3rd Class
Clerk, Administrator's Office, vaca-
tion leave from Ist to 17th September,
1951, inclusive, and leave without pay
from 18th September to 19tn Novem-
ber, 1951, incunsive.
E. 670
DESBONNES, TII.BiRK, Forest Ranger,
Forestry Department, vacation leave
from 18th Septemner to 5th, October,
1951. inclusive.
E. 698
DIDIER, HAIG PETEtR, Laboratory Techni-
cian. Medical Department, vacation
leave from 27th August to 27th Sep-
tember, 1951, inclusive cancelled.
E. 648
EMANUEL HAYNES A., Forest Guard
Forestry Department, vacation leave
from 3rd to 18th September, 1951
inclusive.
E. 667
GALLOWAY, WILLIAM, Excise Officer,
G S.O. Class II, Treasury and Cus-
toms Department, vacation leave
from llth September to 29th October
1951, inclusive.
E. 32


VOL. LXXIV


Gazette.








OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1951.


HENDERSON, Miss V., Health Visitor,
Medical Department, vacation leave-
from 6th to 21st September, 1951, in-
clusive.
E. 675
MAURICE J. HAMILTON, Education Officer,
vacation le, ve from 23rd Npril to 25th
September, 1951, inclusive.
469/51
ST. BERNARD. E. L, Magistrate District
"E", to act .Cro n Attor nv in crn-
junction with the duties of his sub-
stantive post.
30th July 1951.
963/51
TOULON, F. A ,3rd Class Clerk: Income
Tax Branch, Treasury I)epartment,
vacation leave fi ,m 10th September
to 11th October, 1951, i ciusive.
E 633
TONGUE, .fAN'iS*, Fo t est Gu; id, lt'orestry
Department; vacation lnave from 5th
totlst Seterlr:,er, 1Y51, inclusive.
E 706
WINSKI, KAROL, Surveyor, Public Works
Department, vacation leave from 3rd
to 18th September, 1951 inclusive.
E. 557
XAyIER AUSTIN R, Messenger G.S.O.
Class HI!, General Post Office, appoint-
ed G.S 0. Class II, Gene al Post
Office.
1st January, 1951.
35/50
Administrator's Office,
' 19th September, 1951.
GERMAN DEBT SETTLEMENT'

British subjects or British protected
persons resident,;or carrying on business
in this Colony are hereby requested to
inform the Administrator not later than
the 29th of September, 1951 of any substan-
tial German pre war external debts owed
to them. These debts are- not to include
those whidh in due course are likely to
rank for payment in the distribution of
German Enemy Property in the hands of
the local Custodian
897/49
Administrator's Ofice,
21st September, 1951.
The Windward Islands Letters Patent,
1951, is published for - general info nation
with this issue of the Gazette
C. 101/51
Administrator's Office,
24th September. 1951.
His Honour the Ad ninistrator has been
pleased to grant the Honourable J 0. AIRD
leave of absence as a member of the Legis-
lative Council from the 20th to the 27th
September 1951.
967/47

Administrator's Ofice,
24th September, 1951.
THE following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with and form part
of this Gazette:-
No. 24 of 1951. Police (Pay and Allow-
anees) (Revocation) Rules, 1951.
130/51
No. 33 of 195!. Prices Control (Amend-
ment No. 3) Order, 1951.
1186/42. Pt II


No 34 of 1951. Prices Control (Amend-
ment No. 5) Order, 1951.
978/51
No 36 of 1951. A Proclamation
No. 38 of 1951. A Proclamation
By Order,
SL. ACHILLE PINARD,
(;ov r-rOIeit Sec etary.

NO ICE.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
01RfU'MINIC \,
13th September, 1!51.
TENDERS alre hereby invited for the
purchase of the ript lime crop of the
Experiment Station of the Department of
Agriculture, fmr the quarter 1st October
tc 31st December, 1951, delivery to be
taken at the Expe'riment Station.
Applications should be on a cash basis,
and be addressed to the Agricultural
.Superintendent, Department of Agricul-
S ture. Roseau, to reach him not later than
30th September. 1951
E MARTIN
Acting Superin�tendent of Agriccul.lure
1641/48

NOTICE.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
DOMINICA.
13th September, 1951,
TENDER- are hereby invited for the
purchase of the ripe lime crop of the
Goodwill Estate of the Department of
Agriculture, for the quarter 1st October,
to .lst December 1951, delivery to be
taken at Goodwill Estate.
Applications should be on a cash basis,
and be addressed to the Agricultural
Superintendent. Department of Agricul-
ture. Roseau, to reach him not later than
30th September, 1951.
E MARTIN
Acting Superzntendent of Agriculture
1641/48
GENERAL POST OFFICE,
Dominica.
24th September, 1951.
NOTICE.
IT is notified for general information
that the concession whereby the postage
rates on " Gift" parcels to Great Fritain
are reduced by, 20% will be withdrawn as
from the 1st October. 1951.


M. P. 1639/40


A. D. BOYD.
*Collnial Postniaster.


NQ T CE.
(3rd PUBLICATION)
APPLICATION having'been -made By
the persons named for the �prehase of'
portions of Crown Land in the Parishes
shown below, the said lands will be sold by
Public Auction at the Forest Office,Roseau
on 29th day of Qctober, 1951, atoand after
2.00 p.m.'
Any pers'oi laying. claim to, or wishing
to bid for any 'of these said lands must
give notice in writing to the Chief Forest
Officer by the Sth.day.of.Oatober,4095 .









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, SE

Diagrams of the said lands may be seen
;at the Forest Office, Roseau, between the
hours of IC.00--1200 a.m.
Parish of St. David.
Applicant: ZEPHERIN EMANUEL of
Riviere Cyrique for 8.43 Acres.
Land bounded as follows:-
North: Land of Peter Tom Cuffy
and Crown Land.
West: By Crown Land applied for
by Stephen O'Brien
South: By Crown Land
East: By land of Peter Tom Cuffy
Applicant: STEPHEN O'BRIEN o f
Morne Jaune for 13.47 Acres.
Land bounded as follows: -
North : By Crown Land.
West:
youtn :
East: By Crown Land and land
arplied for by Zepherin Emanuel
and ('h istian Matthew
Appli'an",t: MAURICE. ToUSSAINT of
G and Fond for 12.05 Acres.
Land bounded as follows : -
South: : By Crown Lands.
East: ,,
V est
North : By Osarra River.
Palish of St. A ndew
Applicant: OWE.T PEMBERTON ROYER
of Vieille Case for 107 Acres.
Land bounded as follows: -
East : By the Hampstead River.
West: By Cro,-vn Lands.
North :
South :
Applicant: MARY NIXON of Calibishie
for 2.01 Acres. Land bounded as
follows : --
West : By Calibishie River.
South : ,
North : By Hampste.d Govern-
ment Lards.
East : By Hampstead Government
Lands.
Patish of St. Joseph.
Applicant CLARENCE JOSiPH of
Lavou Village for 4 50 Acres
Land bounded as follows: -
North : By Crown Lands.
East :
South :
West : By John River and Lands
applied for by Harris Julien.
Applicant: HARRIS JULIEN of Layou
Village for 4.06 Acres Land
bounded as follows:-
North: By lands applied for by
Alexander Daniel.
South: By lands applied for by
Clarence Joseph.
East: Ditto
West: By John River.


3PTEMBER 24, 1951. 184

Applicant: RUFUS CASTOR of St.
Joseph for 6.1 Acres. Land
bounded as follows;-
All points except S. E by Crown
Lands.
South-Fast : By land of Humphries
Joseph.
Applicant: AI.EXANiER DANIEL of
St. Joseph 2 93 acres. Land
bounded as follows:-
North : By Crown Lands.
East :
South : By lands applied for by
Harris Julien.
West : By John River and Crown
Lands.
Applicant: HUGH SABLON of St.
Joseph for 10.37 acres. Land
bounded as follows: -
North: By Crown Lands.
South :
E!ust : ,
West :
J. A. N. BURRA,
j Chieft -Fote.t Ufficer.

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION.
DOMINICA.
The Reg station of United Kingdor
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946.
Application is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register, of the
United Kingdom Trade Mark No 694823
registered'on the.21st day of December
DSI'TIVIr (word)
195i, and for the issue to us of a Certifi-
cate of Registration in the Colony of Dom-
inica for the said trade mark.
Dated the 3rd day of August, 1951.
DISTILLER' COMPANY (BIOUHEMI-
CALS) LIMITED
By their Agent
W. F HARRISON.
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION
DOMINICA.
Ti'h Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance. 1946.

PERMUTIT

Application is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register. of the United
Kingdom Trade Mark No. 621385 regis-
tered on the 19th day of December, 1942,
and for the issue to us of a Certificate of
Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said trade mark.
Dated the 24th day of August, 1951.
W. F. HARRISON
Agent for the Permutit Company Limited.
To: The Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA
1967.50











APPLICATION F
DOMINICA.
The Registration
Trade Marks Ordin

PER

Application is h
Registration, in
United Kingdom T
registered on the 1
and for the issue t
Registration in the
for the said trade
Dated the 14th d
W
Agent for The Pern
To: The Registrar
DOMINO


OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1951.

OR REGISTRATION Gazette give notice, in duplicate, at the
Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of opposi-
Sof United Kingdom tion to the registration of the said trade
ante, 1946. mark.
T. A. BOYD
IMUTIT Registrar of Trade Marks.
A gentt:
Clifton Alexanler Herriot Dupigny Esq
lereby made for the Roseau..
the Register, of the Dominica.
'rade Mark No 659006 1267/50
0th day of May, 1947,
o us of a Certificate ot NOTIC E.
Colony of Dominica Trade Marks Office,
nark. Dominica.
lay of August. 1951. llth September. 1951.
. F. HARRISON DOMINION TEX'IILE COMPANY
utitCompany Limited LIMITED of 710 Victoria Square Mon-
of Trade Marks, treal. Quebec, Canada, Manufacturers.
[CA. have applied for the registration of one


1267/50
NOTICE
Trade Marks Office,
Dominica.
17th August, 1951,
CORNING GLASS WORKS of Walnut
Street, Corning, State of New York.
United States of America, have applied
for registration of one trade mark consist-
ing of the following word



PYREX
in Class XV, that is to say, glass products
of all kinds
The applicants claim that they have
been using the said trade mark in respect
of the said goods for thirty-six years be-
fore the 21st day of June, 1951.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this.advertisement in the Dominica Official


trade mark consisting of the following
word



in Class 24, that is to say cotton teX'ile
fabrics
The Applicants claim that they have
been using the said trad', mark in respect,
of the said goods since th! 2);h diy of
March 1951.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first apuearanc-e of
this advertisement in the Dominica Offiial
Gazette give notice, in duplicate, at the
'rade Marks Office, Dominica, of ooposi-
tion to the registration of the said Trade
Mark,
T. A BOYD.
Registrar of Trade ila, ks
Agent:-W. F. Harrison, Esq.,
Roseau,
Dominica.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1951. 186

WINDWARD ISLANOS
LETTERS.PATENT passed under the Great Seal of the Realm constituting
the Office of Governor and Commander in-Chief of the Windward
Islands and making certain provisions for the Government thereof.
Dated 27th August, IP51I.
GEORGB THE SIXTH by the Grace of God of Great Britain Ireland the British
Dominions beyond the -eas King. Defender of the Faith.
To all to whom these Presents shall come, Greetings !
SWhereas by the Letters Patent mentioned in the First Schedule to
these Lette s Patent, provision is made consti uting the office of Governor
and Commaander-in-Chi�ef in and ov r the Windward Islands, comprising the
Colonies of Grenada, Saint Vincent, Saint Lucia and Dominica and the
Dependencies thereof, and for the Government thereof:
And Whereas We are minded to make o her provision for the matters
aforesaid :
Now KNOW YE that We do declare Our Will and pleasure as follows :-
1.-(1) In these Letters Patent, unlessthe context otherwise requires- Interpreta-
' Administrator " means the Administrator of any one of the islands, tion
and includes any person for the time being acting as Administrator;
"the existing Instructions " means the Instructions under Our Sign
Manual and Signet mentioned in the Second Schedule to these Letters Patent;
' he existing Letters Patent" means the Letters Patent mentioned in
the First Schedule to these Letters Patent;
" the Governor " means the Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the
Wind wird Islaras, and includes the officer for the time being administering
the Government of the Windward Islands and, to the extent to which a
Deputy for the Governor is authorized to act, that Deputy;
" the Win ward Islands" and "the Islands" mean the Colonies of Gre-
nada, Saint Vincent, Saint Lucia and Dcminica and the respective Depen-
dencies thereof, and "Island" meazis one of such Coloniesand the Dependen-
cies of that Colony.
(2) ,Save as in these Letters Patent otherwise provided or requiredd & ,,3
by the context, the interpretation Act, 1889, shall apply for the interpre Vict. c 6s.
station of these Letters Patent as it applies for the interpretation of an Act
of Parliament.
(3) The se' eral Islands adjacent to and usually administered by the.
Governments of the islands of Grenada, Saint Vincent or Saint Lucia, as
the case may be, shall, for the purposes of these letters Patent, be considered
as Dependencies of such tespcctive islands.
2. These Letters Patent may be cited as the Windwa'd Islands Letters short title
Patent, 1951, and shall come into operation on a day to be appointed by the and crm-
Governor by Proclamation published in the Grenada Government Gazette. mencement
3. The existing Letters-Patent are hereby revoked, but without preju- Revocation
dice to anything lawfully done thereunder. of existing
Letters
Patent
4, There shall be a Governor and Coirmander-in-Chief in and over the Ofice of
Windward Islands, and appointments to the said Office shall be made by nstit^ed
Commission under Our Sign Manual and Signet.
5. We do hereby authorise, empower, and command the Governor to do Governor's
Powers ari
all things that belongs to his Office in accordance with these Letters Patent, Authorities
such Commission as aforesaid, such Instructions as may from time to time
be given to him by Us under Our Sign Manual and Signet or through a
Sect etary of State, and such Drders in Our. Privy Council and other laws as
may from time to time be in force.
6.-11) Every person appointed to fill the Office of Governor shall, with Publication
of Gov
all due solemnity before entering on any of the duties of his Office, cause er,' Com-
the Commission appointing him to be Governor to be read and published at mission and
the seat of Government in Grenada, in the presence of the Chief Justice or oatg
of some other Judge of the Supreme Court of the Windward and Leeward
Islands if able to be present, and such Members of the Executive Council of
Grenada as can conveniently attend; which being done, he shall thereupon
take before them the Oath of Allegiance and the Oath for th- due execution









187 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1951.
of the Office of Governor in tho forms set out in the Third Schedule to these
Letters Patent, which Oaths the said Chief Justice or Judge or, if they be
unavoidably absent, the senior Member of the Executive Council then pter
sent, is hereby required to administer.
(2) The Goveri or shall take the like Oaths and in like manner on
his first visit to each of the Islands of taint Vincent, Saint Lucia and
Dominica.
7. - (1) There shall be in each of the Islands an Administrator appoint-
tdmiin o a- ed by the Governor by an Instrument under the Public seal of the Island
Government concerned, who shall hold his office during Our pleasure, and who shall ad-
of each of minister the Government of that Island.
(2) Whenever and so long as there shall be no person in the Island
appointed in accordance with paragraph (1) of this Article and capable of
discharging the duties of administration, such person as the Governor may
appoint in writing or, in default uf such appointment, the senior Member
of the Executive Council of the Island there present and so capable shall act
as Administrator.
(3) Every Administrator, before assuming the administration of
the Government of any Island,shall, in the form and manner prescribed in
these LAtterA Patent,take the Oaths herein directed to be taken by the
Governor with the substitution, in the second Oath set out in the Third
Schedule hereto, for the words ' the Office of Governor", of a reference to
the Office of Administrator of the Island concerned.
(4) The Oaths having been taken in accordance with paragraph (3)
of this Article, We do hereby authorise, empower and comma d every suci
Administrator to do within the Island, the Government of which he i;
authorised to administer, all things that belong to the Office of Governor as
provided in these Letters Patent, so far as the same can be done therein,
but subject to and in accordance witi sush Instructions as may from tinm
to time be given to the Governor under Our Sign Manual and Signet or
through a Secretary of State, and such lawful instructions as the G)vernor
shall address to the Administrator from time t, time for hii guidance, and
if he is appointed by the Governor as aforesaid, subject also to the ter ,s of
his appointment.
8.-(1) Whenever the Office of Governor is vacant, or the Govern r
Succession is absent from the Windward Islands or is from any other cause prevented
* om, or incapable of. performing the functions of his Office, the Govern-
meet of the Windward Islands shall, during Our pleasure, be administered
by-
(a) Auch person as We may appoint under Our Sign Manual and
Signet; or
(b) if there bee-o person in the Windward Islands so appointed and
capable of discharging the duties of administration, such person as
We may designate by Instructions through a Secretary of State; or
(c) if there be no person in the Windward Islands so designated and
capable of discharging the duties of administration, the senior of the
following officers who is in the Windward Islands and so capable,
namely-
(i) the person who holds the substantive appointment of Adminis-
trator of Grenada;
(ii) the person who holds the substantive appointment of Adminis.
trator of Saint Vincent;
(iii) the person who holds the substantive appointment of Adminis-
trator of St. Lucia;
(iv) the person who holds the substantive appointment of Adminis-
trator of Dominica ; or
(d) if all the substantive appointments of Administrator be vacant, or
if all .the persons holding such appointments be absent from the
Windward Islands or be from any other cause prevented from, .r
incapable of, performing the functions of such appointments, th
senior members of the Executive Council of Grenada then in Gre
nad an sa capable.re










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 1951. 188

(2) For the purposes of this Article, the officers referred to in sub-
paragraph (c) of paragraph (1) of this Article shall take seniority in such
order as We may specially assign, and, in default thereof, in the order of
the respective dates of their appointments as Administrator.
(3) Before assuming the administration of the Government, any
Person as aforesaid shall, in that one of, the Islands in which he shall be
at the occurrence of the event by virtue of which he is empowered to
administer the Government, or at which he shall first arrive thereafter, in
the form and manner prescribed in these Letters Patent, take the Oaths
heirin directed to be taken by the G ,vernor; which being done, We do
hereby authorise, empo er and command such pers n, subject, if he is
appointed as aforesaid under Our Sign Manual and Signet, t,) the terms of
his appointment, to do during Our pleasure all things that belong to the
Office of Governor as provided in these Letters Patent.
(4) Any such person as aforesaid shall not continue to administer
the Governor after the Governor or some other person having a prior right
to administer the same has notified that he is about to assume, or resume,
the administration.
(5) The Governor or any other person as aforesaid shall not be regard-
ed as absent from the Windward Islands or prevented from, or incapable
of, acting in the d ties of his OfTice for the purposes of this Article during
his passage between any of the Islands or when there is a subsisting ap
pointment of a Deputy or Deputies under Article 9 of these Letters Patent.
9.-(1) Whenever the Governor- Appointment
(a) has occasion to be absent from the seat of Government but not f' Deputy to
the Governor
from the Windward Iblands, or
(b) has occasion to be absent from the Windwa-d Islands for a period
which he has reason to believe will be of short duration, or
(c) by reason of illness, which he has reason to believe will be of short
duration, considers it desirable so to do,
he may, by an Instrument under the Public Seal of any of the Islands, ap-
point any person in th3 Windward Islands to be his Deputy during such
absence or illness, and in that capacity to exercise and perform for and on
behalf of the Governor during such absence or illness all such powers and
authorities vested in the Governor as shall ba specified by such instrument.
(2) By the appointment of a Deputy as aforesaid the power and
authority of the Governor shall not be abridged, altered, or in any way
affected otherwise than as We may at any time hereafter think proper to
direct; and every such Deputy shall conform to and observe all such instruc-
tions as the Governor shall from time to time address to him for his guidance.
(3) Any appointment under this Article may at any time be revoked by
the Governor or by a Secretary of State and, in case of absence as aforsaid,
shall cease and determine upon the return of the Governor to the seat of
Government or to the Windward Islands, as the case may be.
10.-(1) There shall be an Executive Council in and for each of the Executive
Islands which shall consist in each case of such persons as We shall direct councils
by any Instructions under Our Sign Manual and Signet:
Provided that, notwithstanding anything contained in these Letters
Patent, until such day or days as the Governor shall by Order under his
hand appoint, the Executive Council established for each Island by the
existing Letters Patent and constituted in accordance with the provisions
of the existing Instructions shall continue to be the Executive Council of
that Island, and shall be constituted and shall perform its functions as if
the existing Instructions had not been revoked and as if no other Instructions
under Our Sign Manual and Signet had been issued to the Governor.
(2) The Members of the Executive Councils shall hold their seats in
the said Councils for such period and upon such conditions as may be speci-
fied in such Instructions as aforesaid.
(3) The Executive Councils shall not be disqualified for the trans.
action of business by reason of any vacancy among the Members thereof;
and any proceedings therein shall be valid notwithstanding that some person
attended or took part in the proceedings thereof who was not entitled so to do.








189 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1951.
Appointment 11. The Governor may constitute and appoint in Our name and on Our
of officers behalf all such Judges and other officers as may be lawfully constituted or
appointed by Us, all of whom, unless otherwise provided by law, shall hold
their offices during Our pleasure.
Discipline 12. Subject to the provisions of any law or regulations for the time being
in force and to such Instructions as may from time to time be given to him
by Us through a Secretary of State, the Governor may. for cause shown to
his satisfaction, dism ss or suspend from the exercise of his office any per-
son holding any office under the Government of the Windward Islands or of
any one of the Islands, or may take such other disciplinary action as may
seem to him desirable.
Grant of 13. When any crime has been committed for which the offender ray be
Pardons tried within the Windward Islands, the Governor may, as he shall see fit,in
Our name and on Our behalf, grant a pardon to any accomplice in such of-
fence who shall give suc information as shill lead to the conviction of the
principal offender, or of any one of such offenders, if more than one; and
further may grant to any offender convicted of any such offence in any
Court within the Windward Is ands, a pardon, either free or subject to law-
ful conditions, or any respite, either indefinite or for such period as the
Governor may think fit, of the execution of any sentence passed on such
offender, and may remit the whole or any part of any such sentence or of
any penalties or forfeitures otherwise due to Us.
Disposal of 14. Subject to any law for the time being in force and to any Instructions
Lands given to him by Us under Our Sign Manual and Signet or through a Secre-
tary of State, the Governor may, in Our name and on Our behalf, make and
execute, under the Public Seal of any of the Islands, grants and disposi-
tions of any lands or other immovable property within any of the Islands
which may lawfully be granted or disposed of by Us.
Public Sels 15. The Public Seal of each Island shall be kept and used by the Admin-
istrator of that Island for sealing all things whatsoever that shall pass the
said Seal.
Officers and 16. We do hereby require and command all Our Officers, Civil and Mili.
others to tary, and all other the inhabitants of the Windward Islands, to be obedient,
boernor & aiding and assisting unto the Governor and unto the Administrators.
Administra-
tors
Reservation 17. We do hereby reserve to Ourselves, Our Heirs and Succ ssers, full
of power to power and authority from time to time to revoke, add to, or amend these
evoke et- Our Letters Patent as to Us or Them shall seem fit.
ters Patent
Publication 18.- (1) These Letters Patent shall be published in the Official or Govern-
and perser- ment Gazettes of each of the Islands, and shall be read and proclaimed
vatiJn of within each of the Islands.
Letters
Patent (2) These Letters Patent shall be preserved within the island of Grenada
and a full and exact copy thereof shall be deposited and duly recorded in
the office of the Administrator of each of the Islands of Saint Vincent, Saint
Lucia and Dominica, and, so long as these Letters Patent remain in force,
every copy thereof recorded as aforesaid shall, within the Island in which
the same is recorded, have the same force, virtue and effect as these Let-
ters Patent.
In Witness whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent.


Witness Ourself at Westminster this twenty-seventh day of August, 1951
in the Fifteenth year of Our Reign.
By Warrant under the King's Sign Manual.
NAPIER.
THE FIRST SCHEDULE.
Letters Patent passed under the Great Seal of the Realm constituting the
Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands and
dated the thirteenth day of November, 1936.
Letters Patent passed under the Great lQ of the Realm and dated the







I .
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1951. 190

twenty-eighth day of December, 1939,, amending the aforesaid Letters
Patent of the thirteenth day of November, 1936.
Letters Patent passed under the Great Seal of the Realm and dated the
eleventh day of May, 1945, amending. the aforesaid Letters Patent of the
thirteenth day of November, 1936.
THE SECOND SCHEDULE
Instructions passed under Our Sign Manual and Signet t- the Governor
and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands and dated the ninth day
of April, 1924
Additional Instructions passed under Our Sigri 'Manual and Signet arid
dated tne thirteenth day of November, 1936, amending the aforesaid In-
structions of the ninth day of April, 1924.
Additional Instructions passed under Our Sign Manual and Signet and
dated the twenty-eight day of December, 1939, amending the aforesaid In-
structions of the ninth day of April, 1924.
Additional Instructions passed under Our Sign Manual and Signriet and
dated the. e'eventh day of May, 1945, amending the aforesaid Instructions
of the ninth day of April, 1924. .
THE THIRD SCHEDULE
S-OATH OF ALLEGIANCE.
I, .......... ................... do swear that I will be faithful
and bear true allegiance to His Majesty King George the Sixth, His Heirs
and Successors, according to Law. So help me God.
OATH FOR THE DUE EXECUTION OF THE OFFICE OF GOVERNOR .
I,..... ............. ......... ......do swear that 1 will well and
truly serve His Majesty King George the Sixth, His Heirs and Successors,
in the Office of Governor. So help me God.


Adm i ,, isftrator' s-.Qfice,
11th September, 1951.
NOTICE
IT is hereby notified for general information that His Honour the Administrator
has been pleased to appoint the following persons to be Returning Officers for the
undermentioned Electoral Districts, in pursuance of Section 14 (1) of the Legisla-


tive Council (Elections) Ordinance
No Electoral I district
1. Roseau Northern
2. Roseau- Southern
3. Western
4 Southern
5. Eastern
6. - Northern
7. Portsmouth
8. North-Western.


1951. (No. 14 of 1951):-
Returnzvg Oficer
W. A. Joseph
C. A. Seignoret
J. J. Robinson
B Jno. Rose
H. L. Christian
SH.E.A. Riciards
F.V.M. James
C.H E Guiste


Address
Roseau
Roseau
Roseau
Grandbay
La Plaine
Marigot
SPortsmouth
:St. Joseth.


Electoral Office,
' Roseau.
6th September, 1951.
NO T I C E
IT is hereby notified for general information that the following persons have
been appointed as Election Clerks to assist the returning Officers for the undermen-
tioned Electoral Districtt,.in pursuance of Section 15 (1) of the Legislative Counci
(Elections) Ordinance. 1951 (No. 14 of 1951): -
No. - Electoral District. Election Clerk Address
1. Roseau-Northern J. C; Bruney Roseau
2. Roseau-Southenh A. V. Grell Roseau
3. Western S. L. Jolly Mahaut
4. Southern W.O.M. Pond Soufriere
5, Eastern O. J. Georges San Sauveur
6. Northern L. E. Williams Calibishie
7. " Portsmouth C. A. Sorhaindo Vieille Case
8. North-Western M. A, James Colihaut
. T.A. BOY., .
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THERMOMETER.


Day.


Aug. 1 Wed.
,, 2 Thurs.
, 3 Fri.
, 4 Sat.
, 8un.
,, 6 (Won.
,, 7 ]'es.
, 8 Wed.


,, 1% Sa.
, 13 &fon.
, 1 Tues.
,15 We i.
1, i Thurs.
, 17T Fri.
,,18 Sat.
L91 Sun.
, 20 NI)n.

, 21 Thurs.
, 2"A Wae.
23! Thurs.
, 24! F i.
, 25 Sat.
S26 Sun.
, 271 Mon.
,, 28: Tues
,, 29 Wed.
, 3,) Thurs.
S311 Fri.


Dry.

9a m. 3 p m.


84
81
84
8t



-
83

78


82
83
79
'85
83
84

86
82
84
83
04
83

81
80
83
85
85


81
88
89


87
89
87
81

87
88
80
87
87


88
87
87
88
88

88
i-


88
88
88
88


Wet.

9 a.m 3p.m


Relative
Humidity.

9a.m. 3pm.


Thermometer


Min'm



73
74
73



75
76
74
73

73
73
74
73
74
74

75
74
76
74
73

12
75
75
79
76


Barometer
CorreCted.
Reduced to 32* Fh.
and Sea Level.

9 am. 3 p.m.



29.98 29.93
29 93 29.89
30 05 29.87


30.06


2995
29.98
29.95
29.98
29.93
29.93
29.98
29.88
29S93
29 93
29.93
29.91

29.5
2993
29.93
29.93
29.93
29.93

29.92
2-.95
29.94
29.93
29.89


29.90
29.92
2990
29.92


29 88
29 92
29.77
29.92
29.91

29.87
2987
29.88
29.88
29.88
f-


29 88
2985
29.84


Rainfall for the


Rainfall for the


..0
.(0
.01
1.32
,14
.18
.15
.13
.42
3.05
.16
.27
.05
.04
.00
.12
.38
.11
.65
.93
.05
.45
.06
.00
.64
.58
10.36


June
July
August


10 54. June
8. 32 July
10. 36 August
57 02


12. 64
10. 00
8.18
60. 29


Thurs. 9th August, 1951 -
Lightning & Thunder.
Wed. 15th August, 1951-
Lightning & Thunder.
Sat. 25th August, 1951-Thunder.
Fri. 31st August, 1951-Thunder.


Rainfall. Year 1951. Year 1950.

Mths. Ins. Pts iMths. Ins. Pts.


.00 January 5.96i January 9.87
.01 February 2.92 February 3. 59
.(0 March 1.88 March 3.75
.43 April 3. 84 April 1. 89
.03 May 13. 20 May )0. 37


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1951 POL;CE(PAY AND ALLOWANCES)
REVOCATION


SRO 24


A 34


DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 24 OF 1951
RULES
MADE BY THE GOVERNOR UNDER AUTHORITY OF SECTION
40 OF THE POLICE ACT (CAP. 84).
[Gazetted 24th September, 1951,]
1. These Rules may be cited as the
POLICE (PAY & ALLOWANCES (REVO-
CATION) RULES, 1951. Shottil
2. The Police (Pay and Allowances) Rules, 1932, ocatio
(S.R. & O. No. 40 of 1932) are hereby revoked.
Made this 1st day of September. 1951.
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
Administrator.















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1951 PRICES CONTROL SRO33 A 58




DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 33 OF 1951.

ORDER
MADE BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY UNDER THE
AUTHORITY OF THE DEFENCE REGULATIONS (CON-
TINUATION NO. 2)ORDER, 1947, (S.R.&O. 1947, No.
77).

(Gazetted 24th September, 1951).
1. This Order may be cited as the
PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT
NO 3) ORDER, 1951.
and shall be read as one with the Prices Control Order, Shorttitle
1947, (S.R & O. 1947, No 6).as amended, (hereinafter
referred to as the principal Order ).
2. The Prices Control (Amendment No. 4) Orde-
1950, (S.R. & 0. 1950 No. 29) is hereby revoked. Revocatio.
Made this 1st day of September, 1951.
E. P. AIROWSMITH,
Competent Authority.
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1951 PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT) SRO 34


DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 34 OF 1951.
ORDER
MADE BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY UNDER THE
AUTHORITY OF THE DEFENCE REGULATIONS (CON-
TINUATION NO. 2) ORDER, 1947, (S.R. & 0. 1947,
No. 77).

(Gazetted 24th September, 1951).
1. This Order may be citt d as the
PRI1 ES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 5) Shorttitle
ORDER, 1951,
and shall be read as one with the Prices Control Order, Amendment of
first schedule
1947, (S.R. & O 1947, No. 6)as amended, (hereinafter
referred to as the principal Order).
2. Part A of the First -chedule to the principal
Order, as amended, is hereby further amended by sub-
stituting for the item "Kice: Demerara--Super"
occurring therein, the following:-
Wholesale Retail
Roseau District Other Districts
Rice: Dtmeraia-
1st Quality �3. 13. 3 per 5sd per 1b 1 lb for 6d
bag of 177lbs. 2 Ibs. for 11id

3. This Order shall be deemed to have come into commence-
ment
operation on the 20th day of August, 1951.
Made this 31st day of August, 1951.
E. P. ARROWSMITH,
Competent Authority.


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1951 QUARANTINE. SRO 36 A 61




DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 36 OF 1951
THE QUARANTINE ORDINANCE, 1944.
BY THE GOVERNOR
A PROCLAMATION.
E. P. ARROWSMITH.
Administrator.
(Gazetted 24th September, 1951).
WHEREAS by Ordinance No. 16 of 1944, entitled
an Ordinance relating to Quarantine and similar matters,
it is enacted that the said Ordinance shall come into
operation on such day as the Governor may by Pro-
clamation appoint:
I DO, THEREFORE, proclaim and notify that the
said Ordinance shall commence and come into operation
on the 17th day of September, one thousand nine hun-
dred and fifty-one.
GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the
Colony of Dominica, at Government House, in
the said Colony this 12th day of September, one
thousand nine hundred and fifty-one in the
fifteenth year of the Reign of His Majesty King
George the Sixth.
GOD SAVE THE KING.









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1951 DISSOLUTION OF COUNCIL SRO 38 A 63




DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 38 OF 1951.
[Gazetted 24th September, 1951,j
BY HIS EXCELLENCY SIR ROBERT DUNCAN
HARRIS ARUNDELL, KNIGHT COMMAND-
ER OF THE MOST DISTINGUISHED ORDER
OF ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE,
OFFICER OF THE MOST EXCELLENT
ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, GOV-
ERNOR AND COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF
THE WINDWARD ISLANDS. &C., &C, &C.
R.D.H. ARUNDELL.
Governor.
A PROCLAMATION.
WHEREAS by section 32 of the Dominica Order in
Council, 1939, the Governor may at any time by Procla-
mation summon, prorogue or dissolve the Legislative
Council:
AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient to dis-
solve the existing Legislative Coulcil on the 28th day
of September One thousand nine hundred and fifty-
one : -
NOW THEREFORE I, by virtue of the powers
so conferred upon me, do hereby proclaim that the
existing Legislative Council shall be and the same is
hereby dissolved on the 28th day of September One
Thousand nine hundred and fifty-one.
GIVEN under my hand at Government House in
the Colony of Grenada this 20th day of Septem-
ber One thousand nine hundred and fifty-one
and in the Fifteenth Year of the reign of His
Majesty E ING GEORGE THE SIXTH.
GOD SAVE THE KING.
By His Excellency's Command,
E. P. ARROWSMITH.
Administrator.
DOMINICA.
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