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V ,. ,.\-XV ROSEAU, MONDAY, MARCH 31, 1952. No. 18.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
The personnel of the Board of Commis-
siners of Income Tax appointed under
Section 3 ,f the Income Tax Ordinance
1925 (No. 15 of 195) is as follows:-
liHon John Bully (Chairman)
Hon. Elvin Lloyd St Bernard
T. A Royd Esq.
25th March, 1952.
NOTICE OF CHANGE OF SURNAME
I, NICHOLSON ALEXANDER NATH-
ANIEL DUCREAY of the Town of Roseau
in the Paiish of St. George and Island of
Dominica heretofore called and known by
the name of NICHOLSON ALEXANDER
NATHANIEL THOMAS Jr. hereby give
notice that on the I th day of March One
thousand nine hundred and fifty-two I
renounced and abandoned the use of my
said surname of THOMAS and assumed in
lieu thereof the surname of DUCREAY.
And further that such change of name is
evidenced by a Deed dated the 11th day
of March One thousand nine hundred and
fifty-two duly executed by me and attested
27th March, 1952
NOTICE OF CHANGE OF SURNAME
I EDWARD SIMON ARCHIBALD of
the Town of Roseau in the Colony of
Dominica, heretofore called and known
by the name EDWARD SIMON JANVIER
hereby give you notice that on the 21st
day of February, One thousand nine
hundred and fifty-two I renounced and
adandoned the use of my said surname of
JANVIER and assumed in lieu thereof
the surname of ARCHIBA LD and Further
that such change of name is evidenced by
a Deed dated the 21st day of February
One thousand nine hundred and fifty-two
duly executed by me and attested.
EDWARD SIMON ARCHIBALD.
27th March, 1952
IT is hereby notified, for general infor-
mation that under the provisions of Sec-
tion 4 of the Medical Act, 1937, the
following persons have been appointed as
Members of the Medical Board for the
Colony of Dominica:-
The Senior Medical Officer (Chairman)
The District Medical Officer Roseau
The Resident Medical Officer
Dr. L. S. Kirton
L. 0. Green. Esquire.
28th March, 1952
HILL, JAMES, Malaria Sanitary Inspector,
Medical Department, vacation leave
from 10th March to 10th April, 1952,
b944 7.^9 r'
63 OFFICIAL GAZETTE,`'MONDAY,' MARCH 31, 1952.
LANCASTER, EMANUEL S., District Agricul- at Public Auction at Goodwill Estate, One
tural Instructer, Agricultural Depart. (1) Steam Boiler in good condition.
ment. vacation leave from 10th March 27th March, 1952
to 26th May, 1952 inclusive. 601/49
E. 537 By Order,
LEBLANC, EDWARD @., District Agricul- VICTOR C. JOSSE,
tural Instructor, Agricultural Depart Government Secretary
ment, vacation leave from 10th April
to 27th June, 1952 inclusive.
E. 601 Departmental and
POTTER. EUNICE, 3rd Class Clerk, Post
Office, vacation leave from 11th Other NOticeS.
March to 30th April. 1952 inclusive.
E.468 VACANT POST.
SEVERIN, W 0., First Class Clerk, Admin- POST OF PHYSICIAN, COLONIAL
istrator's Office, appointed to act HOSI'ITAl,, ST. VINCENT.
special Grade Clerk, Administrator's APPLICATIONS are invited for appoint-
Office, with effect from the 4th of rent to the post of Physician. Colonial
February, 1952, until further notice. Hospital, St Vincent ri.W.I on the
DAVIS, Miss GERWRUDI:, Second Class following terms and conditions:
Clerk, Administrator's Office, appoin- DUTIES: Administrative control of the
ed to act First Class Clerk. Adminis- Extenson Hospital of about 30
trator's Office, with effect fiom the beds for tuberculosis and/or
4th of February, 1952, until further isolation cases and the 'ort
notice. Institutions. Medical Care of
C. 18/52 sick itn the Colonial Hospital
28th March, 1952. and responsibility for training
APPLICATIONS FOR LIBRARY TRAIN-
ING COURSE TRINIDAD 1952
APPLICATIONS are invited for suitably
qualified persons for a Library Training
Course in Trinidad. The Course will be
held under the auspices of the Eastern
Caribbean Regional Library of which Mr.
S. W. HOCKEY, F. L. A., is the Director.
The candidate selected will be expected to
take the December examination set by the
2. On successful completion of the course
the candidate may be appointed to the post
of Assistant Librarian, Public Library,
Roseau, Dominica, which it is proposed to
create in the near future on the salary
scale of $624 x $18 to $864 p a plus Cost
of Living Allowance at the appropriate
rate (at present 40 per cent.)
3. Applicants should possess the Cam-
bridge School Certificate or its equivalent.
Applications from young unmarried women
holding the Cambridge School Certificate
Grade "A" or B with a good pass in
English will be preferred Applications
should be made in writing and addressed
to the Acting Administrator, t-overnment
Office, in time to reach him before Thurs-
day, 3rd April, 1952.
28th March, 1952.
NOTICE is hereby given that on. Thurs-
day, the 17th day of April, 1952, at 3
o'clock in the afternoon there will be sold
Nurses and Dispensers in cn-
junct.ion ith the Rpsident Sur-
geon and to assist the Resident
Surgeon at operate ions.
The l'hys:cian nay be required
to assume thl administrative
control of the Colon ial H ospi ta I
A salary of $3456 per annum is
payable plus a Specialist Aliow.
ance of $ 200 per annum if the
holder possesses post-graduate
qualifications in Medicine. A
temporary Cost of Living Allow.
ance of $380 40 is also paid.
Consulting practice (but hot
Private Practice) is allowed
Fees on a graded scale for Pri.
vate Patients at the Colonial
Hospital are pain to the Physi-
MENT: The appointment will be on
contract for a period of 3 years
in the first instance. but the ap-
pointee may opt after two years
to be appointed to the perma-
nent, pensionable establishment.
QUARTERS : No quarters are provided.
ANCE : A travelling allowance is paid
for journey to the Extension
Hospital and the Fort Institu-
CATIONS: Candidates should be registered
or registrable in the United
Kingdom. The applications of
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY,' MARCH 31 1952 4
S ..Candidates who..possess post-
graduate qualifications 'in Medi-
; cinee (M.R.C,P. or M.D.) would
be given preferentia'loonsidera
Applications accompanied by testimnb-
inials and r eferencies should be addressed
to the Establishment Officer, ST. VIN-
CENT. H. W'I., and should reach him not
,later than the 21st April 1952.
Applicat ons from members of the Gov-
,ernment Service of any Colony'should -be
-transmittei through the Officer Adminis-
tering the jovern-ment>of that Colony.
N.O T I.C E
POSV OF ASSISTANT COLONIAl,
ENGINEEt PUBLIC WORKS DEPART-
S MENT, ST. LUCIA.
Applications are invited for the vacant
,post of Assistant Colonial Engineer.
JPu!lic Wot ik Deu'irt.ment, St. Lucia
Tne salary scale attached to the post,
wvbh'ch is .pensionable, is $ 400 x 120
.$280 with a cost of living allowance at
tne rale of $384 per annum
This officer will be required to keep a
.car for the performing ot his ollicial
duties and will be paii a basic tra.v lling
-allowance at .the rate ( f $192 per annum
plus a mile g- allowarce of i0 cents for,-
,every nile Iravelked
A subsi-ence allowance will a,4o be
paid at the approved rate when travelling
-on .uty in ih.e Colony outside his station
1 he As-istant Colonial Engineer will be
iequied. Lo assist the Colonial Engineer
in his various Offcia! duties and will-
he required to help in the design and
supervision of the constructi'Ln of roads
and brid-,'-:; the execution of schemes
arid the construction and maintenance of
Governmes..t buildings. I
The app intmnent is subject to the Colt
onial Regulations and Rules arnd Orders in
force and i cal taxation.
Applicati ins should give details of
,-xperience and qualifications and should
be accomp mnied by at least two Certifi -
cates, with Certificate of Medical Fitness,
and should be addressed to the Adminis-
trator, St Lucia, to reach hot later
than 31st March, 1952 .Government Office,
St. Lucia, .
29th February, 1952 .
PRESS RELEASE "
IT is reported, for public information,
that measles is epidemic in the Northern
Districts .and it appears likely that it will
spread through: the Island.
Measles begins with symptotns of a cold
in 'the head, .with fever and cold and the
rash .appears:abo.ut the 'third or fourth
day...Intimes ofepiderrie parents should
suspect measles when ,a child deveIps-
a feverish cold-and should keep the child
Children with .heasies should be segre-
gated; if possible. in a well ventilated and
shaded room:n -They should not go into
bright sunlight nor be-allow-ed to associate
with 'otWtr 4ehil.iten: until the fever has
during the ft'eb i. period a light diet
with plenty of fluids is advised If eye
symptom are severe the eyes may be
bathed wf~h, saturated boracie acid solu-
tion or s It solution (a teaspoonful.of .
table salt to th pint of boiled water). If
cough is troublesome a cough remedvY
should be give- If necessary sedatives
will be ordered by the doctor
Parents slaould watch the child with
measles careful y an I at any sign of com-
plications ine doctor should be called
One attack of measles gives permanent
iminunitv bui it is particularly important
that young sickly children and tnose
debilitated by any recent illness should
be shielded from measles "until a more
oplpotune time as, in such children, the
disease may be very. severe.
28ti March, 195.2
Department of Agriculture,
.14th Maanh, 1952.
The attentinc's-of the public'is drawn to
Regulation 13 S.Rt&O No 19 of 1932
which prohibits the entry of heavy whebl-
-ed -vehicles, such as loTries and' busses 'in
the Botanick gardens Exception is made,
however, in the -case of those worries or
buses entering the Gardens for the pur-
pose of collecting plants or other agricul-
t ural material.
ST. G. C.. COOPER,
.. IOQ NSTRUCTIONS-U 4DER
THE?,ROVAL SIGN- MANUAL
AND. SIGNET ISSUED IOTH
The Instructions under the Royal Sign
Manual and Signet (hereihaf-ter called "the
Additional Instructions") issued on the
Twenty Second day of February, 1952, to
the Governor and Commander-in-Cheif in
and over the Windward Islands are publish-
ed with this issue of the Gazette for
By Pr...clam-iBon' dated the 7th day of
March, 1952, and published in the Saint
Lucia. Gazette His Excellency the Governor
appointed the 8th day of March, 1952. as
the date from which the amendment made
by the Additional Instructions to the In-
structions under the Royal Sign Manual
and Signet issued on the Tenth day of
August, 1951, shall have effect.
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, -MARCH 81, 1952.
ABPITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS passed
under the Royal Sign Manual and Signet
to the Governor and Commander-irr
Chief of the Windward Islands
Bated 2~nd February, 1952.
ADDITIONAL INSTUCTIONS to, Our
Governor and Commander-in-Chief in.
and over the Windward' Islands or other
Officer for the time being administering
the Government of the said Islands.
WHEREAS Instructions under the Royal
Sign Manual and Signet (hereinafter called
"the Instructions of 1951") were issued
on the Tenth dry of August, 1951. to the
Governor and Commander-in Chief in and
over the Windward Islands (hereinafter
called "the Governor"):
And Whereas We are minded t amend
the Instructions of 195t in the manner
Now, therefore, We do he,'rey direct
and enjoin and declare Our wi!l4 and
pleasure as follows:--
From a date to be appointed-r by the
Governor by Proclamation in the Saint
Lucia Government Gazette lt.e I s'rue.
tions of 1951 shall lave effect as if the fol-
lowing paragaph were subst.tuted for
paragraph (iii) of Claus 10 thereof: .-
S'(iii) in the case of Grenada and Saint
Vincent, the Treasurer, and, in the case
of Saint Lucia and Domlnica, the F'inan-
Given at Our Court at St. James's this
twenty-second day of February. 1962, in
the First year of Our Reign.
C 101/51 (II)
Trade Marks Office,
7th March, 1952.
GALLAGHER & BURTON, INC, of
Green Lane, Bristol, Pennsylvania, United
States of America, Distillers, have applied
for the registration of one trade mark
consisting of the following words and
in Class 43, that is to say: Alcohelic
Beverages, especially Whisky.
The applicants elaim that they have
been using the said trade mark in respect
of the said goods for more than ten years
before the 29th day of October, 1951.
Any .person may within three months
from te date of the first appearance of
,his advertisement in the Dominica Official
QGaztte give notice, in duplicate, at the
Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of opposi.
tion to the registration of the said Trade
A. B. MARIE
Ag. Regiat ar of 7 rade Mark
Agent: -W. F. Harrison. Esq.,
Trade Marks Office,
6th March. 1952
F'EPSODEN r LI M ITED of St. Bridget's
House. iriiiewell Place, London, E C,4..
England, Manufacturers, have applied for
the registration of one trade mark con-
sisting of the following word:
in Class 48. tatv i- t st,. perfu n ry
(including toilet articles, proparaai ius f'r
the teeth and haIr anld pi'rfuiiied soan).
The appiicaitit claim t.iat they are la.w-
fully entitled to the use of the said trade
mark and that the sail trade maik is init
in use in Dominroica by any other person or
persons to the bes' of intir knowledge
information and beli- f.
Any per-.on may within three months
from the date of the- first appeal rance of
this advertisement i the l ominica Official
Gazette give notice, in duplicate, at
the Trade Marks Oice, Dominica, of
the registration of the opposition to said
A. B. M XRIE.
Ag, Registrar of Trade Marks
Agent: -W.F. Harrison. Esq.,
Trade Marks Office,
3rd March, 1952
MEAD JOHNSON & COMPANY, of
Ohio Street and St. Joseph Avenue
Evansille, State of Indiana, United States
of America, have applied for the registra-
tion of one trade mark consisting of the
in Clas*XLII, that is to say;, Substance.
used as food or as ingredients ina foods
specially prepared foods for human use.
The applicants claim that,, they have
been using the.said trade mark in respect'
of the said .g ada fr,18 yearau-bfore -the t
25thday of January, 1951.
*OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY MARCH 31, 1952.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this advei tisement in the Dominica Offi-
-cial Gazette give notice, in duplicate at
,the Trade Marks Office. Dominica, 6of op.
position to the registration of the said
, Trade Mark.
A. B. MARIE
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks
Agent: W.F. Harrison Esq.,
TREASURY & CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT,
18th March, i952.
NO I CE.
There will be sold by Public Auction at the Customs House Roseau at 2.30 p.m.
or) Thursday the 17th April 1952 the following unclaimed goods as follows:
Dominica Trade & Revenue Act 1'.19 Section 27 ,(4).
Date Marks &Nos.
eOct. 1] T. D S. No 729
17 L. A D No 1
21 (E 10D) No. 215/1
21 L.A D.
,, 21 IL.A. Dupigny No. 83:)
21 T.D S. No t.16
21 ,, No. 147
INov. 19 JL.B. & Co No. 18
RABUNES No. 2991
2:4 E G.
sept. 27 J.I,.B. & Co No. A. 161
Nov 27 E.E G. & Co No. 1
Oct. 26 A. ..B No. 1
21 T.D. Shillingford No AR45/1
21 C ( Phillip No. AS20/1
,, 1 L A. D)uigny No A840/1
21 T.D.."& Co.'No. A847/l
3Oct 21 Y J
A 660 1
Mav 3i J.L.B. No 6005
Oct. 30 R.B D.
Nov. 27 1534
Jan. 25 J H B.
D)/50 29/1 80/1
Jan. "0 T.D.S
)Oct. 14 1' D.S.
Package By Whom Bonded
c/.s Men s Felt HatL Financial Seey
Garments ,, ,,
,, Iro rods ,,
Bale of Blankets ,, .
C/s. Rayon Goods,
Bale of Cotton Towels
C/s Floor Wax
c3 tns. Aluminum Utensils
Bale Cotton Piece Goods
,. Cotton sugar bags
32 ctns. books
C, s Rayon Satin
,, Rayon Piece Goods
,, PS ,,
bundle Galv Baths
10 cases Vermouth
BULLY, -Ag. Financial Secretary.
TREASURY & CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT.
18th March, 1952,
There will be sold by Public Auction at the Customs House at 2 30 p m. on
'Thursday the 17th April 1952 the following unclaimed goods as follows:
Dominica Trade & Revenue Act 1949 Section 38.
Package By Whom Bonded
;2 cases Flavouring Royal Bank of
J. BULLY,- Ag. Financial Seeretar.y,
Date Marks & Nos
April 12. W. H Peter No 5112
I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I I F- 1 111
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, MARCH 31. 1952.
THE Inspector of weights and measures will attsd at the Police Station
mentioned below on the dates and at the time stated for the purpose ,f verifying all
weights, measures and weighing machines used in trade in the various districts in
GRAND BAY -Wednesday, 16th, April, 1952 from 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
DELICES --Thursday, 17th ,. ,, ,, 9a.m. ,. 12 ,,
LA PLAINE -Friday, 18th ,, ,, ,, 9 a.m. ,, 12 ,,
ROSALIE -Saturday, 19th ,, ,, ,, 8 a.m. ,, i a.ni
CASTLE BRUCE -Tuesday 22nd ,, ,, 8 a.m. ,, 11 a.m.
MARIGOT -Wednesday, 23rd ,, ,, ., 8a.m. ,, 2 p. m
VEILLE CASE -Thursday, 24th ,, 10 a.m. ,, 1 p m.
PORTSMOUTH --Friday, 25th ,, ,. 8 a.m. ,, 12 noon
-Saturday, 26th ,, ,, ,, 2 p.m. ,, 4 p.m.
Pt. MICHEL -Tuesday,
ST. JOSEPH -Friday,
,, a in., 12
1 pm.,, 4
, 9 a.m. ,. 12
8 a.mrn. 12
,, 1 p. ,, 13
. ,, 9 a in. 12 noon
,, ,, allnd
,, ,, 2 p mi. to 4 D.m.
R C OZANNE
Suipelinte ident of Pol.ip.
Printed at the BULLETIN OFFICE, Roseau,-By Authority