Ordinances, with orders in council, rules, and regulations.

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Title:
Ordinances, with orders in council, rules, and regulations.
Uniform Title:
Saint Lucia. Ordinances
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1902- ; 33 cm.
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English
Creator:
Saint Lucia
Publisher:
G. P. O.
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Castries
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Law -- Saint Lucia   ( lcsh )
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serial   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Caribbean

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Support for the development of the technical infrastructure and partner training provided by the United States Department of Education TICFIA program.

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FIU: College of Law
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FIU: College of Law
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All rights reserved by the source institution.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18446808
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AA00000353:00032

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191

No. 83.] Custome (War r.owers) Ordinwwe, .1915,
"Atiendmeint -Ordinance. 1915.















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119115.


SAINT LUCIA.


AN ORDINANCE to amend
Ordinance, 1915.


the Customs


No. 33 of 1915.

(War Powers)


[ 29th December, 191. I

BE it enacted by the Governor, with the advice and consent
of the Legislative Council of Saint Lucia, as follows:--


a.1


I assent.
G. B. HAnDno-SMITH,
Governor.
28th December, 4915.


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102


Customs (FWar Powers) Ordinance, 1915,
Amendment Ordinance, 1915.


Short title.


Repeal of section 5
(1) of No. 7 of 1915
and substitution of
new section.





















Amendment of
section 6 of No. 7
of 1915.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Customs (War
Powers) Ordinance, 1915, Amendment Ordinance, 1915, and
shall be read and construed as one with the Customs (War
Powers) Ordinance, 1915, hereinafter called the principal
Ordinance.

2. Subsection one of section five of the principal Ordinance is
hereby repealed and the following subsection is substituted
therefor:-
"5. (1) The Treasurer may, by order under his hand,
require due entry and clearance before shipment, and in
such manner as he may direct, of any goods intended for
exportation, and, where in pursuance of any order made by
the Treasurer, a person, in the course of making entry
before shipment, makes a declaration as to the person or
country for whom any goods are ultimately destined, then,
unless security has been given by bond, the exporter shall,
if and when required by the Treasurer, produce evidence
to his satisfaction that those goods have not reached a
person who is an enemy or treated as an enemy, or a
country which is an enemy country or treated as an enemy
country, under any law for the time being in force relating
to trading with the enemy; and, if he fails to do so, he shall
be liable to a penalty of treble the value of the goods, or
one hundred pounds, at the election of the Treasurer, unless
he proves that the goods reached the person or country
without his consent or connivance, and that he took all
reasonable steps to secure that the ultimate destination of
the goods should be the person or country mentioned in the
declaration."

3. Section six of the principal Ordinance is hereby amended
as follows:-
After the word "country" and before the word within" in
the third line from the top, insert or treated as an enemy
country".
After the word section" and before the word the" in the
third line from the top, insert "or has reason to suspect that
goods are being imported in contravention of the law relating to
trading with the enemy,".


Passed the Legislative Council this 14th day of December, 1915.


1914-1141.


B. P. E. BULSTRODE,
Clerk of Councils.


,PRINTED BY THE GOVERBtENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
CASTRIES, ST. LUCIA.


14o. 33.]


[1915.