Correspondence with J B Howard, Home Office concerning the import of wines and spirits to Jersey

Reference: B/A/L22/5

Date: July 4th 1945 - October 5th 1945

Request from the Home Office for copies of any paper restrictions operating in Jersey

Reference: B/A/L22/6

Date: August 2nd 1945 - August 11th 1945

Correspondence with J B Howard, Home Office concerning the restoration of normal channels for food supplies to the Channel Islands

Reference: B/A/L22/7

Date: September 19th 1945 - September 19th 1945

Correspondence concerning the return of surplus clothing from the Ministry of Supply

Reference: B/A/L22/8

Date: September 13th 1945 - September 13th 1945

Trading with the enemy

Reference: B/A/W11

Correspondence and papers relating to the Trading with the Enemy Act 1946-1948 Includes: - draft Bill and draft alterations for its application in the Channel Islands, 1939, Statutory Rules and Orders, correspondence concerning the personal possessions of Germans left in the Island and in particular those of Maria Schlomer, 1946- 1948

Reference: B/A/W11/1

Date: September 22nd 1938 - March 16th 1948

Papers relating to the Distribution of German Enemy Property Bill including draft Bill and draft Jersey Order, 1950

Reference: B/A/W11/3

Date: November 14th 1949 - September 25th 1962

Papers relating to Enemy Property Bill including draft Bill and comments thereon

Reference: B/A/W11/4

Date: April 30th 1952 - January 28th 1954

Order and registration relating to trade and industrial pursuits in France, with memorandum concerning the destruction of traffic signs, February 1944

Reference: B/A/W30/133

Date: August 21st 1943 - February 11th 1944

Order concerning trade in rationed products

Reference: B/A/W30/73

Date: November 4th 1941 - December 3rd 1941

Distribution of food supplies

Reference: B/A/W32/2/14

Date: August 31st 1940 - September 30th 1940

Minutes of Special General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce called at the request of the chairman of the Essential Commodities Dept - Resolution setting up Trade Consultative Panels in a listed number of trades. - list of trades panel members, address' and telephone numbers - Resolution re. Co-Optive Members to the Essential Commodities Dept. - cycle obligations and difficulties of local traders

Reference: B/A/W32/2/7

Date: September 13th 1940 - October 31st 1940

Sales of textiles and footwear, includes; - shop window displays - opening hours for shops - Orders passed by the States - Inventory of footwear, textiles and soap - Shops to sell German Newspapers and Periodicals - Minutes of a meeting of the Trades Panels re. opening hours

Reference: B/A/W32/2/8

Date: September 19th 1940 - October 24th 1941

Miscellaneous papers - not numbered by the Bailiff relating to imports from and trade with France, includes; Table showing the position of meat in the Islands of Jersey and Guernsey for November 1942 Bailiff's notes for a statement on rationing and imports from France - not dated Correspondence re. Jersey owing sacks to Saint Freres

Reference: B/A/W63/45

Date: November 1st 1942 - August 17th 1943

Official orders and journal relating to the sale and purchase of goods in occupied territory. Includes Order concerning trade in the Channel Islands - list of articles for which permits are required to trade, copy of the permit for the purchase of goods, copy of the Official Journal for Occupied French Terriotory, No1, and copy of the Specified Materials (Control and Use) (Jersey) Order, 1941.

Reference: B/A/W65/1

Date: July 4th 1940 - July 9th 1942

Correspondence concerning Messrs J W Huelin Ltd and a cargo of timber they wish to import

Reference: B/A/W7/5

Date: November 10th 1939 - February 23rd 1940

Correspondence and papers relating to the Control of Trade by Sea Orders with copies of Orders and Licence application

Reference: B/A/W7/6

Date: November 27th 1939 - May 8th 1940

Correspondence and papers relating to rationing of fuel, margarine and other commodities including lists of suppliers

Reference: B/A/W8/1

Date: August 29th 1939 - June 26th 1940

Cutting from the Jersey Evening Post on Making the Island Self-Supporting - involves the collaboration of the German and Island authorities to change the agricultural policy and develope trade routes with France. This file was found in 1998 in a piece of furniture from the French Consul it has been added to the list of Bailiff's files

Reference: B/A/W83/5

Date: January 7th 1941 - January 7th 1941

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