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    Chronological index to the ordinances, orders in council, governor's orders, rules and proclamations of Sierra Leone and of the ordinances of the king in council affecting Sierra Leone passed during the year 1925
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UNIVERSITY
OF FLORIDA
LIBRARIES















CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX to the Ordinances, Orders in Council,
Governor's Orders, Rules and Proclamations of Sierra Leone and
of the Ordinances of the King in Council affecting Sierra Leone
passed during the year 1925.
(Note.----The titles of eaacIltentl W'hch are no lowmqfr onlp'ot;t'e are priced in italics.)

ORDINANCES.


SSubject.


1 Appropriation

2 Customs Tariff (Amendment)

3 Sqfi plenuetar!y Alppropriatiw

4 War Departinent Lands Acquisition
(Amendmeut)

5 Motor Traffic (Amendment)

6 Public Health (Amendment)

7 Liquor Licence (Ameidmenti

8 Protectorate Native Law (Amend-
ment)

9 Concessions (Amendment)

10 Stevens Annual Allowance

11 Arms and Ammunuition (Amendment)

12 Bush Fire Prevention (Amendment)

13 Protectorate Courts Jrisdiiction
(Amendmenut)

14 Native Produce (Auendment)

-15 Protectorate (Amemndment)

16 Post Office (Amendment)

17 Weiglts andMeasures(Amendment)


Date of ,
Comnn enecement.

1 January, 1926

11 December. 1925

11 December, 1925

11 December, 1925


10 11 December, 1925

11 11 December, 1925

16 11 December, 1925

19 11 December, 1925)


22 II December, 192;5

2: 4 July, 192,

24 11 December. 1925;

26 11 D)ccnember, 1 925

27 II December, 1925


31 30 Decenmber. 1925

'13 .30 December, 1925

: 3I !1) December, 1925

37 :0 December, 192;5


Remarks.


Temporary

Amends Cap. 50

Spent

Amends Cap. 229


Amends Cap. 130

Amends Cap. 171

Amends Cap. 11I

Amends Cap. 170


Amends Cap. 36



Amends Cap. 1I

Amends Cap. 22

Amends Cap. 169


Amends Cap. 134

Amends Cap. 167

Amiinds Cap. 158

Amends Cap. 233


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ORDERS IN COUNCIL.


Date of


SCommencement.

41 1 March, 1925


II _I__


Subject.


1 Sherbro Jud,'lial District (Sanitary
Authority)

2 Kaiyina Sanitary District


3 Gold Coins (United Kingdom) Import
Pr1ohibition

4 Public Holiday (Empire Day)

5 Methylated Sirits


6 Sumbuya Sanitary District


7 Customs Tariff


8 Protectorate (iRonietta District)


9 Sumbaria Sanitary District


10 Boadgibu Sanitary District


11 Public Holiday (Freetown City
Council Election Day)
12 Customs Inland Port (Gene)


13 Sheriffs

14 Custom (Jamaica Sufferance Wharf)

15 Vaccination (Sherbro Judicial
District)

16 Protectorate (A di n i ist rat ive
Divisions)

17 Import Prohibition (A amendment)

18 Protectorate (Store and Hawkers'
Licences)


28 February, 1925


11 April, 1925


1C May. 1925

1 J.ly, 1925


1 August, 1925


26 September, 1925


12 October, 1925


10 October, 1925
I

10 October, 1925


26 October, 1925

1 November, 1925


28 November, 1925

26 December, 1925

26 December, 1925

1 January, 1926


26 December, 1925

1 January, 1926


Remarks.


Revoked by Order
in Council No. 6
of 1926

Revoked by Order
in Council No. I
of 1926

Revoked by Order
in Council No. 10
of 1926

Spent
Revoked by Order
in Council No. 10
of 1926

Revoked by Order
in Council No. 8
of 1926

Revoked by Order
in Council No. 11
of 1926

Revoked by Order
in Council No. 13
of 1926

Revoked by Order
in Council No. 5
of 1926

Revoked by Order
in Council No. 4
of 1926

Spent

Revoked by Order
in Council No. 7
of 1926







Revoked by Order
in Council No. 13
of 1926

Revoked by Order
in Council No. 10
of 1926


I-










. GOVERNOR'S ORDERS.'


Subject.


.1 Ka'mabali IH se Tax (lEemption)

2 )Damwumlin House 'Tax (Ecempntion)

3 .elennmh House T':r (Erenlption)

4 Serabul house Tax (E,renmption)

, 5 Alaburulka House Ta.r (E.reinption)

6 IRegent (Remoral of .lMeI er ,of
Co nii tee)

7 1. .. lieocation (Layos,
Aegeria)

8 Yelndeat111 Hoi,lse Ta.r (Erenuqtioln)

9 Sailama Ilous TaLx IExrnption)

10 Quarantine Recocation (Conmassie.
Gold Coast)

11 Forest Reserre ((hoi Hills)



12 Port Lokko Jfiouse Tax (E.reneption)

13 Magbele House Tax (Eremptioin)

14 Lungi lounse Tax (EKenqptioh)

15 Forest llsere (hola Forest, West)


16 Forest Reserve (Gola Forest, EaIat)


17 Boainaa House Tax (Exeumption)

18 Mando Hov se Tax (Exemption)

19 Pelahun House Tax (Exemption)

20 Tengeina lHuse 'ax (:renmption)

21 Quarantine (Canary 1isainds)



22 Quarantine (Lagos, ". .. i


23 Documentary Evidence


24 Canary Islands (Revocation)


SDate of
SCommencement.
-i
(1 31 January, 1925

62 14 February, 1925

(;3 21 February, 1925

(4 21 February, 1925

65 21 February, 1925

66 21 February, 1925


6;7 21 February, 1925


(; 28 February, 1925

6( 28 February. 1925

70 28 February, 1925


71 7 March, 1925



73 14 March, 1925

74 14 March, 1925

75 14 March, 1925

76 14 March,. 1925


80 14 March, 1925


84 21 March, 1925

85 28 March, 1925

86 11 April, 1925

87 11 April, 1925

88 14 April, 1925



89 14 April, 1925


90 9 May, 1925


9 May, 1925


Remarks.


SSpent

Spent

Spent

Spent

Spent

Spent


Spent


Spent

Spent

Spent


Revoked by Gov-
ernor's Order No.
15 of 1926

Spent

Spent

Spent

Revoked by Gov-
ernors Order No.
10 of 1926

Revoked by Gov-
ernor's Order No.
9 of 1926

Spent

Spent

Spent

Spent

Revoked by Gov-
ernor's Order No.
24 of 1925

Revoked by Gov-
ernor's Order No.
26 of 1925

Revoked by Gov-
ernor's Order No.
11 of 1926

Spent













GOVERNOR'S ORDERS-continued.


RULES.


Subbie Deca Ite of
z Sub t Commioencement.

1 lailway, (Goods Ti-itr') Amelndfent 113 1 March, 1925

2 Motor 1'ehicle. (Stands aind Charges) 114 1 June, 1925

3 ailirrwa ((oodwls Tri.fl) Ai,p mmentl 118 1 May, 1925
(No. 2)

4 Railrwiq ((;ood, 7tr'iff) A memine/ilnt 119 '1 ,May, 1925
(No. .)

5 Railway (Good. 7'rif') AI ,eIndment 120 1 May, 19125
(No. 4)

6 Tpfiyraple 122 1 May, 1925

7 "RoaiLra (Coach/i Tii ifr) .memnimint 124 15 May, 19925


8 Railbuai ( (f,,ols Toar i) Anmeinment 126 1 July, 19 25
(N,. 5)


Remarks.


Revoked by Rule
No. 13 of 1926

Revoked by Rule
No. 11 of 1926

Revoked by Rule
No. 13 of 1926

Revoked by Rule
No..13 of 1926

Revoked bv Rule
No. 18 of '1926

Revoked by, Rule
No. (; of 192(

SRevoked by Rule
No. 19 of 1926

Revoked by Rule
No. 13 of 1926










RULES-continued.


i Subject.


9 Sumbuya Public Health

10 Railway (Goods Tariff) Amendment
(No. 6)

11 Boadgibn Public Health

12 Sumbaria Public Health
13 Post Office (Amendment)
14 Yonni Public Health

15 Pljehun Public Health

16 it,' .. (Goods T, -") Amendment
(No. 7)

17 Native Produce (Ginger Licence)
18 Native Produce (Water-b or n e
Produce and Palm Kernrls
Standard)

19 Native Produce (Standardization of
Palm Kernels)

20 Native Produce (Prescribed Officer)
21 Native Produce (Standardization of
Ginger)

22 Native Produce (Standardization of
Palm Oil)


o Date of
SCommencement.

127 3 October, 1925

128 31 October, 1925

129 21 November, 1925

130 26 December, 1925
131 1 January, 1926
155 26 December, 1925

156 26 December, 1926

157 1 January, 1926

158 31 December. 1925
160 31 December, 1925


1 April, 1926

1 April, 1926

31 December, 1925

1 April, 1926


Remarks.


Revoked by Rule
No. 20 of 1926

Revoked by Rule
No. 13 of 1926

Revoked by Rule
No. 21 of 1926
Revoked by Rule
No. 22 of 192;

Revoked by Rule
No. 2 of'1926

Revoked by Rule
No. 3 of 1926

Revoked by Rule
No. 13 of 1926


PROCLAMATIONS.

Subject. Date of
Sub Commencement. Remarks.

1 Maintenance Orders (Facilities for 171 1 January, 1925
Enforcement) (Nigeria)
2 Public II.-' '.; (Visit of H.R.H. 173 20 March, 1925 Spent
the Pr, 11 ales)

3 Legislative Council (Prorogation of 174 24 September. 1925 Spent
First Session)

4 Revised Edition of the Laws 175 22 October, 1925

5 Legislative Council (Date of Com- 177 13 November, 1925
mencerent of Second Session)










ORDERS OF'THE KING] IN COUNCIL.


* Subject. Com ct ent. Remarks.
Commencement.

1 Finland (Extradition) 179 23 ,VIMy, 1925

2 Latvia (Extradition) 189 30 October, 1925










(1926) Appropriation Ordinance, 1925.






COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.
No. 1 of 1925.
O In His Majesty's name I assent
L.S. to this Ordinance this seventh

day of December, 1925.

A. R. SLATER,
Governor.

AN ORDINANCE to Provide for the Service
of the Colony of Sierra Leone for the year
1926. Date of
(1st January, 1926.) commence-
ment
WVHEREAS it is necessary to make provision for the Service Preamble
of the Colony of Sierra Leone for the year 1926.
BE IT THEREFORE.ENACTED by the Governor of the Colony of Enacting
Sierra Leone, with the advice and consent of the Legislative clause
Council thereof, as follows :-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the (1926) Appropriation Short title
Ordinance, 1925.
2. The sum of one million and fifty-one thousand three 1,051,386
hundred and eighty-six pounds shall be and it is hereby granted granted for
to His Majesty the King, His Heirs and Successors, for and during the service
the year nineteen hundred and twenty-six, and the same shall he of the
applied and expended in the manner herein described, and for the Colony
several services set forth in the schedule hereto.
3. The said sum of one million and fifty-one thousand 1,051,386
three hundred and eighty-six pounds shall be and is hereby declared made a
to be charged upon and made payable from and out of the Revenue charge on
and other funds of the said Colony for the year nineteen hundred the Revenue
for tne year
and twenty-six, and the payment thereof shall be taken to te yea
begin and commence on and immediately after the first day of
January, nineteen hundred and twenty-six.
4. The Treasurer is hereby authorized and required from Treasurer's
time to time, upon the Warrant or Order of the Governor, to pay authority
out of the Revenue and other funds of the said Colony, for the for payment
several services specified in the schedule hereto, the sum of one











(1926) Appropriation Ordinance, 1925.


million and fifty-one thousand three hundred and eighty-six
pounds, which will come in course of payment during the year
ending on the thirty-first day of December, nineteen hundred and
twenty-six.
Excess of 5. The amount from time to time paid for and in respect of
expenditure the expenditure authorized in section two of this Ordinance shall
not exceed in the gross the sum of one million and fifty-one
thousand three hundred and eighty-six pounds from the first day
of January, nineteen hundred and twenty-six to the thirty-first
day of December, nineteen hundred and twenty-six inclusive, and
any balances remaining unissued at the end of the year nineteen
hundred and twenty-six shall lapse and not be available for
making payments in the following year.

SCHEDULE.

o. OF HEAD OF EXPENDITURE. SUM VOTED.
ITEM.


Charge on Account of Public Debt
Pensions -
Governor -
Colonial Secretary and Legislature
Provincial Administration
Treasury -
Customs Department -
Audit Department
Port and Marine Department
Legal Department
Police -
Prisons -
Medical Department -
Sanitary Department
Education Department -
Post Office -
West African Frontier Force
Sierra Leone Railway -
Lands and Forests Department -
Miscellaneous Services -
Public Works Department
Public Works Recurrent
Public Works Extraordinary
Sierra Leone Railway Extraordinary
Surveys -
Special Expenditure from Surplus
Balances -
Electric lighting of Freetown -


TOTAL


A'
83,04+
40,110
6,916
19,009
67,860
10,203
23,240
5,077
4,547
16,308
23,903
13,795
56,353
22,563
37,298
17,787
41,407
166.685
38,611
20,085
44,075
47,765
68,855
39,490
4,800

93,600
38,000

1,051,386


No. 1 of
1925.


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No. 1 of
1925.


(1926) Appropriation Ordinance, 1925.


Passed in the Legislative Council this fourth day of December,
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and twenty-
five.


J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.



THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared by me
with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and found'
by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.



J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council. M.P.3213/25.











Customs Tariff (Anendment) Ordinance, 1925.


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COLONY OF; SIERRA LEONE.
No. 2 of 1925.
In His Majesty's name I assent
Sto this Ordinance this eighth
day of December, 1925.

A. R. SLATER,
Governor.

Cap. 5 AN ORIiNANCE to Amend the Customs Tariff

Ordinance, 1924.
Date of
commence- (11th December, 1925.)
ment
BE IT ENACTED by The Governor of the Colony of Sierra Leone,
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows:-
Short title, 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Customs Tariff
commence- (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925, it shall be deemed so far as
ment and
application concerns section two to have come into operation on the first day
of January, 1925, and shall applly to the Colony and Protectorate.

Amendment 2. Section eleven of the Customs Tariff Ordinance, 1924,
of sec. 11 (in this ordinance referred to as the Principal Ordinance)
of Cap. 50 shall be amended by the omission of the words being the produce
or manufacture of the Colony or Protectorate."

Amendment 3. Item 25 of the first schedule to the Principal Ordinance
of item 25 of shall be repealed and the following shall be substituted therefore :-
Schedule 1of
Cap. 50 Item No. Articles. Rate of Duty. .. d.
25 Soap:-
(a) Toilet, including
shaving soap ... Per 100 lb. ... 0 12 G
(b) Other kinds ... Per cwt. ... 0 7 6

Amendment 4. The note appended to item 26 of the first schedule to the
of item 26 of Principal Ordinance shall be amended by the insertion after the
Schedule 1 of words "medicinal preparations wherever occurring therein of
Cap.50 the words not exempted under item 22 of the second schedule."











No. 2 of
Customs T':,r,- (Anmendment) Ordinance, 1925. 1925.

5. Item 22 of the second schedule to the Principal Ordinance Amendment
shall be repealed and the following shall be substituted therefore :- of Schedule
of item 22
"22. Drugs and medicinal preparations which do not I of Cap. 50
"contain alcohol and are included in the British
Pharmacopdeia, or in Vol. 1 of the Extra Pharmaco-
"pceia.
"Drugs and medicinal preparations which contain
"alcohol and are included in the British Pharmaco-
S'paia, or in Vol. I of the Extra Pharmacopoeia
"as to which:-
"(a) the importers are registered medical
"practitioners, registered dentists, licensed
-1i ,..--;t or missionary societies;

"(b) the Comptroller of Customs is satisfied that
"they are to be used in the compounding of
"medicines only, and
"(c) the Director of Medical and .Sanitary
Services gives a certificate that the
"importation is necessary and the quantity
"imported is reasonable."


Passed in the Legislative Council this fourth day of December,
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and twenty-
five.


J. L. JOHN,
Clerk, o Legislative Council.


THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared by
me with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and
found by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.


J. L. JOHN,


Clerk of Legislative Council.


MY.. C8/25.











(1924) Supplementary Appropriation Ordinance, 1925.

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COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.

No. 3 of 1925.

In His Majesty's name I assent
Sto this Ordinance this ninth
day of December, 1925.

A. R. SLATER,
Governor.


AN ORDINANCE to Legalise Certain Payments
made in the year 1924 for the Public
Service of the Colony in Excess of the
Appropriations authorized by Law.

Date of
commence- (11th December, 1925.)
ment.
Preamble WHEREAS certain expenditure has been incurred for the
Public Service of the Colony in the year 1924, in excess of
the appropriations authorized for that purpose ;
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that such expenditure
should be sanctioned by Law;
BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED by the Governor of the Colony
of Sierra Leone, with the advice and consent of the Legislative
Council thereof, as follows :-
Short title 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the (1924) Supplementary
Appropriation Ordinance, 1925.

Sanction for 2. The sums of money set forth in the schedule hereto annexed,
expenditure having been expended for the services therein respectively
in 1924 mentioned beyond the amount sanctioned and appropriated by the
in excess of
appropri- Appropriation Ordinance, 1924, the same are hereby declared to
action have been duly and necessarily paid, laid out and expended for
authorized the Service of the Colony in the year 1924, and are hereby
by No. 25 of approved, allowed and granted in addition to the amount mentioned
an the Ordinance aforesaid.











(1924) Supplementary Appropriation Ordinance, 1925.

SCHEDULE.

o Head of Service. Supplementary
No. Head of Service. Appropriation authorized.


s. d.
1 Charge on Account of Public Debt 32 9 11
2 Pensions ... ... ... 6,616 10 11
3 Governor ... ... ... 112 2 9
4 Colonial Secretary and Legislature 855 5 7
15 Education Department ... 764 14 7
20 Miscellaneous Services ... 5,445 9 5
22 Public Works Recurrent ... 3,737 18 8
23 Public Works Extraordinary ... 4,174 16 8

21,769 8 6


No. 3 of
1925.


Passed in the Legislative Council this third day of December,
in. the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and twenty-
five.


J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.


THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared by
me with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and
found by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.


J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council. T. 1780o25.











War Department Lands Acquisition (Amendment) Ordinance,
1925.







COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.

No. 4. of 1925.

In His Majesty's name I assent
to this' Ordinance this ninth
day of December, 1925.


A. R. SLATER,
Governor.


Cap. 229 AN ORDINANCE to Amend the War Depart-
ment Lands Acquisition Ordinance, 1924.


Date of
Commenoe (11th December, 1925.)
ment
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor of the Colony of Sierra Leone
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows:-
Short title 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the War Department Lands
Acquisition (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.

Amendment 2. Section three of the War Department Lands Acquisition
of sec. 3 of Ordinance, 1924, shall be amended-
Cap. 229
(a) by the insertion of the words either by name or
ex officio" between the word "appoint" and the
words "an officer ", and
(b) by the addition at ithe end of the section of the
following paragraph:-
"Where the Secretary of State appoints an officer
ex officio, any person who may at any time hold the office,
whether he be the, substantive holder thereof or shall have
been appointed to act ini :1 of a substantive holder, shall
for the time being be deembd to be the officer within the
meaning of this Ordinance."











No. 4 of
War Department Lands Acquisition (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.
1925.

3. Section five of the War Department Lands Acquisition Amendment
Ordinance, 1924, shall be amended by substituting the words of sec. 5 of
"the said officer's hand" for the words "his hand." Cap. 229


Passed in the Legislative Council this second day of December,
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and twenty-
five.


J. L. JOHN,
ClUrk of Legislative Council.


THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared by
me with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and
found by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.


J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council. M. 1,87/25.











Motor Traffic (Amendmient) Ordinance, 1925.


i' *r' *



COLONY OF 'SIERRA LEONE.
No. 5 of 1925.
In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this ninth
(lay of December, 1925.

A. R. SLATER,
Governor.

Cap. 130 AN O DnmINAsCE to Amend the Motor Traffic
Ordinance, 1924.
Date of
commence- (1 th December, 1925.)
ment
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor of the Colony of Sierra Leone,
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows:-
Short title 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Motor Traffic (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1925.
Amendment 2. Section thirteen of the Motor Traffic Ordinance, 1924, shall
of Cap. 1f be amended by the insertion between paragraphs (i) and (j) of the
following paragraph :-
(i 1.) prescribing the precautions to be taken by the drivers
of motor vehicles, or of any description of motor
vehicle, with a view to the avoidance of accidents,
either generally or on any specified highway or p;u't of a
highway or at any place."
Passed in the Legislative Council this second day of December,
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and twenty-
five.
J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.

THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared by me
with the Bill which has passed lthe Legislative Council and found
by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.

J. L. JOHN,
M.P. .529;5. Clerk of Legislative Council.










Public Heallh (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.







COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.

No. 6 of 1925.

In His M1.j,-i~'s name I assent
to this Ordinance this ninth
day of December, 1925.



A. R. SLATER,
Governor.

AN fIRDINA n CE to Amend the Public Health Cap. 171
Ordinance, 1924.

(11th Decembeir, 1925.) Date of
commence-
ment
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor of the Colony of Sierra Leone,
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows :-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Public Health Short title
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.
2. For the words Prevention of Epidemic Diseases" occur- Amendment
ring immediately before section sixty-six of the Public Health of Cap. 171
Ordinance, 1924 (in this Ordinance referred to as the Principal
Ordinance), there shall be substituted the words Treatment and
prevention of certain diseases."
3. Section sixty-six of the Public Health Ordinance, 1'..4, RLeeal and
shall be repealed and the following section shall be substituted replacement
therefor:- of Cap. 171
66. (1) The Governor in Council may make rules with Power of
a view to the treatment of persons affected with Governor in
any disease to which this section applies and Council to
make rules
preventing the spread of such diseases, as well on with a view
the seas, rivers and waters of the Colony, and on to the treat-
the high seas within three miles of the coast ment and
thereof, as on land; and may declare by what prventi f
authorities such rules shall be enforced and certain
executed. diseases






12
No. 6 of
1925. Public Health (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.

(2) Without prejudice to the generality of the power
of making rule's conferred on the Governor in
Council by the preceding sub-section the Governor
in Council may, make rules for all or any of the
following purposes:-
(a) For isolating all persons suffering or
suspected ;to be suffering from a disease, or
brought into contact with any person so
suffering or suspected;
(b) For defining infected areas, and for the
examination of persons living in any such
area;
(c) For the removal of persons from any portion
of an arealdefined as an infected area;
(d) For inspecting and granting permits to
persons travelling by sea or land from a
place where a disease has occurred, and for
disinfecting their clothing and effects;
(e) For establishing a cordon around any place
where a disease has occurred or otherwise
preventing persons departing from or going
to any such place;
(f) For declaring any building to be an isolation
building for the accommodation of labourers
and other persons whose services are required
in or about ships or for the carriage of goods
from an iiifected area;
(g) For prohibiting the removal of property
from infected houses;
(h) For closing, destroying, disinfecting, clean-
ing or otherwise rendering harmless, houses,
buildings, latrines, wells, dust-bins, dumping-
grounds and any place that by reason of the
existence of a disease it may be deemed
advisable so to deal with;
(i) For expediting and prescribing the mode of
the burial or disposal of the bodies of
persons dying from a disease;
(j) For temi)orarily prohibiting building on,
or habitation of, or tillage or other
disturbance of, the soil in any area, or in
any portion of any such area, in which
plague has occurred, or in which the bodies
of persons who have died of plague, or are
suspected to have died of plague, have been
buried;
(k) For prescribing the reporting of cases of
sickness or death;










No. 6 of
Public Health (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925. 1925.

(1) For requiring persons to be inoculated in the
event of a case of plague or of yellow fever ;
(in) For the destruction of rats, mice and other
kinds of vermin, and of mosquitoes,
mosquito larve or pupe, fleas, bugs, or other
such parasites as it may be deemed advisable
to destroy, and for rendering houses rat-
proof ;
(nt) For the disposal or destruction of refuse
and sewage;
(o) For preventing in any place where a disease
exists, the holding of public meetings or the
performance of funeral or other native
customs likely to tend to the dissemination
of the disease;
(p) For the promotion of cleansing, ventilation
and disinfection ;
(q) For prescribing the acts or things done
under any rule in respect of which compen-
sation may be paid;
(r) For prescribing.the procedure to be followed
by a compensation board constituted under
section sixty-seven of this Ordinance.
(3) Rules made under this section may apply to the
whole or to such part of the Colony as may be
specified therein.
(4) Any person wilfully neglecting or refusing to
obey or carry out or obstructing the execution of
any rule made under this section shall be guilty
of an offence, and shall be liable on summary
conviction thereof to a fine not exceeding fifty
pounds, or to imprisonment, with or without hard
labour, for a period not exceeding six months.
(5) In this section the expressions disease to which
this section applies" and disease" mean any
of the following diseases, namely, plague, cholera,
smallpox, cerebro-spinal meningitis, yellow fever,
sleeping sickness, relapsing fever, and any other
diseases of an infectious or contagious nature to
which the Governor may by Order in Council
apply the section.

4. Section sixty-seven of the Principal Ordinance shall be Ueeal o
see. 67 of
repealed and the following sections shall be inserted in the Cap.171and
insertion of
Ordinance after section sixty-six :- two neof
sections after "
67. (1) Any claim for compensation to which any person seec. 6
may consider himself entitled in virtue of any Compensa-
rule made under paragraph (q) of sub-section (2) tion board
of the last preceding section shall be heard and








14
No. 6 of
1925. Public Health (Amendnent) Ordinance, 1925.

determined by a compensation board which the
Governor is hereby empowered to appoint, consist-
ing of two persons, one of whom shall be
unconnected with the Government Service.
(2) The unofficial member of a board shall be
entitled to his actual out-of-pocket expenses, and
the Governor may, at his discretion, allow to him
such further remuneration as he may think fit.
(3) In appointing any compensation board the
Governor may-
(a) define the limits of the jurisdiction of the
board ;
(b) appoint any member by name or ex-officio:
(c) appoint a secretary to the board;
(d) in case any person appointed shall be or
become unable or unwilling to act, or shall
die, appoint; another member in his place.
(4) Every appointment made under this section shall
be notified in the! Gazette.
(5) A compensation board shall have all the powers
of the Supreme Court to summon witnesses, and
to call for the production of books, plans or
documents, and to examine witnesses and parties
on oath, and all persons summoned to attend and
give evidence or to produce books, plans or
documents shall tle bound to obey the summonses
served upon them as fully in all respects as
witnesses are bond to obey subpoenas from the
Supreme Court, 'and shall be entitled to like
expenses as if the, had been summoned to attend
such court on a criminal trial, if the same shall be
allowed by the board, but the board may disallow
the whole or any part of such expenses in any
case if they think fit.
(6) If the two members of a compensation board are
unable to agree orl the amount of compensation to
be awarded or on iany point of practice or procedure
arising before them, the amount of such compen-
sation or the point of practice or procedure, as the
case may be, shall be referred for decision to a
judge of the Supreme Court, who shall for
purposes of the reference be deemed to be a
member of the compensation board, and whose
decision shall be deemed to be the decision of the
board.
(7) The award of the, compensation board shall be in
writing, signed by the members or by the judge,
as the case may be, and shall be final, and the
amount awarded shall be paid in accordance with
the award by the Government of the Colony.










No. 6 of
Public Health (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925. 1925.

(8) Any witness who shall wilfully give false evidence
in any proceedings before a compensation board
shall be deemed to be guilty of perjury and shall be
liable to be prosecuted and punished accordingly.

67A. (1) Every claim for compensation made in virtue of Claims for
any rule made under paragraph (q) of sub-section compensa-
(2) of section sixty-six of this Ordinance shall be tion
preferred within six months after the happening
of the event in respect of which the claim is made.
(2) A claim may be sent in the first instance either to
the compensation board or to the Colonial
Secretary, by whom it shall be referred to the
compensation board appointed to deal therewith.
(3) No claim shall be entertained of which notice
shall not have been received by the compensation
board or the Colonial Secretary within, the time
specified by this section."

5. Section sixty-eight of the Principal Ordinance is hereby Repealof sec.
repealed. 68 of Cap. 1


Passed in the Legislative Council this third day of December,
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and twenty-
five.



J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.


THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION ha-; been carefully compared by
me with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and
found by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.


J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council. M.P. sis/25









No. 7 of
Liquor Licence (Amendment) Ordinance. 1925. 1925.

3. Section thirteen of the Principal Ordinance shall be Amendment
.amended. of see. 13 of
(a) by the insertion of the'words "or Hotel Licence" Cap.111
*between the words no Occasional Licence and the
words '" shall be granted," and

(b) by the addition of the following:-
"Provided further that an Hotel Licence shall only
be granted to the holder of a Saloon-bar Licence and
in respect of the premises specified in such Saloon-bar
Licence."
4. Section nineteen of the Principal Ordinance shall be Amendment,
amended by the substitution of the following sub-section for of sec. 19 of
sub-section (1) :- Cap. 111
"(1) On the payment of the sum of one pound the
Treasurer shall
(a) in the case of an A Licence, a Saloon-bar Licence or
a Wine and Beer Licence, on the production of the
proper certificate, transfer such licence to the person
or premises named in such certificate :
(b) in the case of B and C Licences, transfer the licence to
the person or premises to whom or to which the
applicant may desire to have such licence transferred,
provided that a C Licence shall only be transferred to
the holder of a B Licence;
(c) in the case of an Hotel Licence, on the production of
the proper certificate for the transfer of the Saloon-bar
Licence with which the Hotel Licence is held, trans-
fer the Hotel Licence to the person or premises named
in such certificate.

5. Sub-ection (1) of section twenty-one of the Principal Amendment
Ordinance shall be amended by the insertion of the words or of sec. 21 of
otherwise than in accordance with his licence" between the Cap. 111
words by his licence to sell and the words shall be guilty."

6. Section twenty-five of the Principal Ordinance shall be Amendment
amended by the omission of the proviso at the end of sub-section of sec. 25 of
(3) of the said section and by the addition of the following sub- Cap. 111
section :-
(4) Nothing in this Ordinance shall preclude
(a) a person licensed to sell any intoxicating liquor to
be consumed on the premises from selling such liquor
at any tite to p. sos lodging in his house or
(b) the older of an I hotel Licence from ope ing his
hotel for the sale of, or from selling intoxicating
liquor in accordance with paragraph (dd) of sub-
section (1) of section six of this Ordinance."












1Zu.. Liquor Licence (Ametndment) Ordinance, 1925.

Amendment 7. Schedule C to the Principal Ordinance shall be amended
of Schedule by the insertion of the following paragraph between paragraphs
C to Cap. 111
(4) and (5):-
"4a. Hotel Licence for a year or any part of a year, 5."

Amendment 8. Schedule D to the Principal Ordinance is hereby amended
of Schedule by the insertion of the form set out in the schedule hereto
D toCap between the form of Saloon-b)r Licence and the form of Wine
and Beer Licence.

SCHEDULE.
Sec. 6 (1) HOTEL LICENCE.
(dd)
No. Colony of Sierra Leone.

Licence is hereby granted to who
is the holder of a Saloon-bar Licence in respect of
to sell intoxicating liquor by retail to persons taking
meals in the said premises to be consumed therein with the
meals on Christmas day, Good Friday or Sunday, between the
hours of 11 a.m. and 2. 3)(1 p.m. and between the honors of 6 p.m.
and 11 p.m.

This licence is granted subject to tlhe provisions of the Liquor
Licence Ordinance, 1924.

This Licence expires on the day ,192 ,
or at such earlier time as the person hereby licensed ceases to
hold a Saloon-bar Licence in respect of the aforesaid premises,

On expiration this licence is to be returned to this Office,

Given under my hand at, Sierra Leone,,
this day of 1


Colonial Ti -..i. i '.

Passed in tile Legislative Council this second lay of December,
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and twenty-
five.
J. L. JOHN.
Clerk of Legislative Council.
THis PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared by nmi
with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and found
by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.

J. L. JOHN,


Clerk of Legislative Council.


M.P. 2950/124.







Protectorate Native Law (Amendment) Ordinance, 1924.

*: 4 -.



COLONY OF SIEUtRA LEONE.

No. 8 of 1.925.


SIn HiS Majesty's name I assnt
to this Ordinance this ninth day
of( Ieceinber. 1925.

A. R. SLATEII,
Governor.

A.N, O( DI NANCE to Amendl the Protectorate cap. 170
Native Law Ordinance. 1924.

(1fh .eemhber, 1925.) Date of
o(11th commence-
ment
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor olt the Colony of Sierra Leone,
with the advice and consent ol. the legislative Council
thereof, as follows.:--

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Protectorate Short title
Native Law (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.

2. Section thirty-nine of the Protectorate Native Law Repeal and
Ordinance, 1924, shall be repealed and the following section Replace-
shall be substituted therefor:- merit of
section 39
"39. It shall be lawful for any paramount chief inof Cap170
Establish-
whose chiefdom a considerable number of non- meant of
natives have settled or are residing, to apply to the court
district commissioner to appoint.. one of such consisting of
.paramount
non-natives to sit as joint judge with him in chief and
disputes which may arise between any of such nominated
non-natives and any natives. It shall be lawful non-native
for any district commissioner to whom such
application is made, if satisfied that the non-native
mentioned in the application is, by his.position
and education, likely to. command the support
of the other non-natives settled or residing in the
said chiefdom, and subject to confirmation by the









No. 8 of
1925. Protectorate Native Law (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.

Governor, to appoint the non-native nominated
by the chief to sit as joint judge as aforesaid for
one year from the date of such appointment.
Every such appointment shall be subject to
cancellation at any time by the Governor, and
every appointment and cancellation shall be
notified in the GraIzette."
Repeal and 8. Sections forty-eight and forty-nine of the Protectorate
replacement Native Law Ordinance, 1924, shall be repealed and the follow-
48 and 49 of ing sections shall be substituted therefor:-
Cap. 170
.Service of all 48. Every sentence of imprisonment exceeding
but short fourteen days inflicted by any of the courts of
sentences in
district native chiefs shall be served in a district prison. "
procedure 49. (1) Whenever a native is sentenced by such court
on part of to a term of imprisonment exceeding fourteen days,
paramount the paramount chief shall cause such native
to be conveyed without delay to the district
commissioner and shall transmit to the district
commissioner a statement setting forth the
offence charged against such native, thei sentence
inflicted and the reasons for the measure of such
sentence.
Automatic (2) Such statement shall be deemed to operate
appealto as an appeal to the district commissioner in so far
commis- as may be needed to enable the latter to satisfy
stoner himself that the offence for which the native has
been convicted was committed by the prisoner
and was of a nature to justify imprisonment with
hard labour; and in pursuance of the powers
vested in him by such automatic appeal it shall be
lawful for the district commissioner to diminish
the period of imprisonment.
Committal (3) If such sentence is, under the last preceding
on confirma- sub-section, wholly or in part confirmed, the
tion ce district commissioner shall thereupon by warrant
under his hand commit such native to prison for
such period as he shall determine, with or without
hard labour as the case may be. Provided that
such period of imprisonment shall not exceed six
months from the date of the sentence by the court
of native chiefs.
Offences and (4) Any chief, headman or other person exercising
penalties jurisdiction, and failing to notify the paramount
chief of the infliction of a sentence of imprison-
ment exceeding fourteen days, and any para-









No. 8 of
Protectorate Native Law (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925. 1925.

mount chief failing to cause a prisoner so
sentenced to be conveyed without delay to the
district commissioner, shall be guilty of an offence
and shall be liable, on conviction thereof in the
court of the district commissioner, to a fine not
exceeding twenty pounds.
(5) The Governor may from time to time by Order Power to
provide for the regulation of all matters dealt regulate by
with in the last three preceding sub-sections, and Governor'
may by such Order prescribe what payment, if any,
shall be made by a paramount chief towards
meeting the expenses of keeping such native
prisoner in a district prison. "

Passed in the Legislative Council this third day of December,
in the year iof our Lord One thousand nine hundred and
twenty-five.

J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.


THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared.by
me with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and
found by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.

J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.
M.P. 1484121.










Concessions (A nmeidmnnt) Ordinance, 192;.






COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.
No. 9 of 1925.
In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this nintl
day of December, 1925.

A. R. SLATER,
Governor'.
Cap. 36 AN ORDINANCE to AImen(l the (Concessions

Ordinance, 1924.
Date of (11th DIecen her, 1925.)
commence-
ment BE IT ENACTED by the Governor of the Colony of Sierra Leone,
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows :-
Short title 1. This Ordinance may be tited as the Concessions (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1925.
Amendment 2. Section six of the Concessions Ordinance, 1924, shall he
of sec. 6 armerded by the insertion of the following sub-section immediately
of Cap. 36 hef4ore sub-section (5) :-
4A Except in so far as imay be other wise expressly provided
therein, such grant or disposition shall be deemed to
confer on the person to whom the same is made the right
to clear the land of all timber or other products of the
soil with a view to cultivating the land, with the exception
of palm trees, kola trees, rubber vines and rubber trees,
which may not be cleared from the land unless the grant
or disposition expressly so provides."
Amendment 3. Section six of the Concessions Ordinance, 1924, shall be
of sec. 6 amended by the omission of sub-section ((;).
of Cap. 36
Passed in the Legislative Council this third day of December,
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and twenty-
five.
J. L. JOHN,
Clerk' of Legislativ (Oincil.
THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared by me
with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and found
by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.
J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.
M.P. 3793124









Stevens Annual Allowance Ordinance, 1925.





COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.
No. 10 of 1925.
O In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this ninth
(lay of December, 1925.

A. R. SLATER,
Governor.

AN ORDINANCE to Provide for the Payment
of an Annual Allowance to Miss Isobel
Stevens, until lately in the Service of the
Government of the Colony as a Nursing
Sister.
(4th July, 1925.) Date of
commence
IE IT ENACTED by the Governor of the Colony of Sierra Leone, ment
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows :-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Stevens Annual Short title
Allowance Ordinance, 1925.
2. As from the fourth day of July, nineteen hundred and Graet of an
twenty-five, there shall be charged on and paid out of the revenues annual..,, ,
of the Colony an annual allowance to Miss Isobel Stevens at the aMiss sl1el
rate of One hundred pounds, two shillings and sixpence per Stevens
annum.

Passed in the Legislative Council this second day of December,
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and twenty-
five.
J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.
THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared by me
with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and found
by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.

J. L. JOHN,
Clork of Legislative Council.
MP. 3672124.











Arms and Anmmunition (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.


COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.

No. 11 of 1925.


In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this ninth
day of December, 1925.



A. R. SLATER,
Governor.

Cap. 1 AN ORDINT NCE to Amend the Arms and

Ammunition Ordinance, 1924.

Date of (11th December, 1925.)
commence-
ment
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor of the Colony of Sierra Leone,
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows:-

Short title 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Arms and Ammunition
and (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925, and shall apply to the Colony and
application the Protectorate.

Amendment 2. Section seventeen of the Arms and Amnmunition Ordinance,
of sec. 17 of 1924 (in this Ordinance referred to as the Principal Ordinance)
Cap. 11 shall be amended

(u) by the insertion of the words or shall require such
gunpowder for specified blasting operations" between
the words "bear a flint-lock gun" and the words
"and who shall account," and

(b) by the substitution of the word own for the word
personal."
Repeal and
replacement 3. Schedule 1 of the Principal Ordinance shall be repealed
of and the following shall be substituted therefore :-Schedule
of Cap. al and the following shall be substituted therefore











Ai'r's and Ammunition (Amendment) Ordinance. 1925.

Schedule I.
Permit to Purchase Common Gunpowder.


Permission is hereby granted to
of being a holder of a licence to bear
a flint-lock gun, to purchase of common gunpowder
for the following blasting operations, namely,.


Dated at


day of


Commissioner of Police (in the Freetown
Police District)
District Commissioner (elsewhere in the
Colony or Protectorate.)

Delete fhe first or second group of words in italics as the circumstances
may require.


Passed in the Legislative Council this second day of December
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and twenty-
five.


J. L. JOHN.
Clerk of Legislative Council.


THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared by
me with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and
found by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.


J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.
M.P. 494/25.


No. 11 of
1925.










Bush Fire Prevention (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.






COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.
No. 12 of 1925.

In His Majesty's name I assent
.to this Ordinance this ninth
day of December, 1925.

A. R. SLATER,
Governor.



AN ORDINANCE to Amend the Bush Fire
Prevention Ordinance, 1921.

Date of (11th December, 1925.)
commence-
menit
ment E IT ENAOTED by the Governor of the Colony of Sierra Leone,
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows :-

Short title 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Bush Fire Prevention
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.

Amendment 2. In section eight of the Bush Fire Prevention Ordinance,
of sec. 8 of 1924, the expression Paramount Chief" means, and shall be
Cap. 22 deemed always to have meant, a chief who is not subordinate in
his ordinary jurisdiction to any other chief.

Passed in the Legislative Council this second day of December,
in the year of our Lord One thous:ind nine hundred and twenty-
five.
J. L. JOHN,
Clerk qf Legislative Council.


THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared by
me with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and
found by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.

J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.
M.P. 3919124.









Protectorate Courts Jurisdiction (Amendment) Ord'an4nce, 1925.







COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.

No. 13 of 1925.

In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this ninth
day of December, 1925.


A. R. SLATER,
Governor.


AN ORDINANCE to Amend the Protectorate Cap. 16o
Courts Jurisdiction Ordinance, 1924.

Date of
(11th December, 1925.) commence-
ment
BJE IT ENACTED by the Governor of the Colony of Sierra Leone,
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows :-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Protectorate Courts Short title
Jurisdiction (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.

2. The Protectorate Courts Jurisdiction Ordinance, 1924, shall Amendment
be amended as follows :-- of Cap. 169
(i) by the insertion after section eight of the following
sections:-
"8A. (1) The Governor in Council may subject to the Power of
approval of the Legislative Council make Rules with Governor in
respect to the following matters :- Council to
make rules
(a) The fees to be charged in the courts of the regulating
native chiefs; fees, etc., in
courts of
(b) The disposal and application of fines and fees native chiefs
inflicted Or received by the said courts;
(c) The rendition to a provincial commissioner or
a district commissioner of returns of cases
tried by the said courts; and
(d) Generally, the regulation of the practice and
procedure of the courts of the native chiefs.









No. 13 of
1925. Protectorate Courts Jurisdiction (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925

(2) Such Rules may apply generally to the whole of
the Protectorate or to certain courts therein or
to courts within defined areas thereof.

(3) Any clerk or member of any such court-
(a) who shall knowingly render a false return of
the cases tried. by such court, or
(b) who takes or is a party to the taking of any fee
other than that prescribed by such Rules,
shall be guilty of an offence, and shall, on summary
conviction thereof, be liable to a fine not exceeding
fifty pounds or to imprisonment, with or without
hard labour, for a term not exceeding six months,
or to both such imprisonment and fine."
'-8B. (1) Where it appears to the court, of a district
Power of commissioner that iin any cause or matter which is
the court of'
ahi ctrt o to be determined in :a court of native chiefs-
commis- (a) the defendant in such cause or matter, being
secre tho a native of the Protectorate, is within the
attendance Colony and should be present at the hearing
at a court of thereof, or
native*
chiefs (b) any person, being a native of the Protectorate,
of native is within the Colony and can give material
defendants evidence or produce some material document
and at the hearing of such cause or matter,
witnesses
who are in the court of the district commissioner may, if it thinks fit,
the Colony issue a summons or a warrant as provided in this section for the
purpose of securing the attendance of such defendant or person at
the court of native chiefs.
(2) With respect to the issue of such a summons or warrant
the following provisions shall apply :-
(a) If it appears to the court of the district commis-
sioner that the cause or matter is of a criminal
Character, and that the defendant should be
brought before the court of native chiefs on a
warrant of arrest, the court of the district
commissioner may issue such a warrant, and the
provisions of section two of the Service of Process
Cap- 188 Ordinance, 1924, shall apply : provided that the
warrant shall be deemed to be sufficient authority
to convey the defendant direct to the court of
native chiefs, or in the first instance to the court
of the district commissioner and then to the court
of native chiefs, as the warrant may direct.
(b) If it appears to the court of the district
commissioner that the cause or matter is of a
criminal character, and that the attendance of a
person is required at the court of native chiefs as









No. 13 of
Protectorate Courts Jurisdiction (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925. 1925.

a witness, the provisions of section three of the Cap. 188
Service of Process Ordinance, 1924, shall apply,
with the modification that the summons issued by
the court of the district commissioner shall
require the attendance of such person at the
court of native chiefs instead of at the court of the
district commissioner.
(c) If it appears to the court of the district
commissioner that the cause or matter is of a civil
character, the provisions of the Process Extension Cap. 165
Ordinance, 1924, relating to the issue and service
of a summons on a defendant in respect of
proceedings in the court of the district commission-
er shall apply to the issue and service of a
summons on the defendant to. such cause or
matter, with the modification that the summons
issued by the court of the district commissioner
shall require the attendance of the party at the
court of native chiefs instead of at the court
of the district commissioner.
(d) If it appears to the court of the district
commissioner that the cause or matter is of a civil
character and that the attendance of a person is
required as a witness or to produce any document,
the provisions of the Process Extension Ordinance, Cap. 165
I924, relating to the service of a summons on, or
the issue of a warrant for the arrest of, any person
required to give evidence as a witness or to produce
any document at the court of the district commis-
sioner. and to penalties for non-attendance, shall
apply; provided that the summons or warrant
issued by the court of the district commissioner
shall require the attendance of such person at the
court of native chiefs instead of at the court of the
district commissioner, unless in the case of a
warrant the court of the district commissioner
Stinks fit to direct that such person shall be
brought in the first instance before the court of
the district commissioner and then be taken to
the court of the native chiefs; provided further
that in the application of the said provisions the
word "court" in sub-section (3) of section
thirteen of the said Ordinance shall be deemed to
mean the court of the district commissioner."
(ii) by the insertion of the following section between
sections twenty-t wo and twenty-three :-
"22A. (1) Where any charge or complaint is made Procedure
in the court of a district commissioner against in the case
a company in respect of a criminal offence the of corpora-
following provisions shall apply tigedwith
charged with
(a) the summons may be served on the officer offences
of the company who is for the time being











No. 13 of
1925. Protectorate Courts Jurisdiction (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.

in charge of the branch or station which is
indicated in the summons as being responsible
for the commission of the offence, and such
service shall be deemed to be service on the
company ;
(b) the company may appear at the hearing of
the case by counsel or solicitor or by the officer
who is for the time being in charge of such
branch or station, by any officer of the company
appointed in that behalf in writing by the
person who is for the time being the manager
or other head officer of the company in the
Colony or the Protectorate;

"(2) Where in any summons issued from the court
of a district commissioner in respect of a
criminal offence the defendant is indicated as
being a company, the defendant shall be deemed
to be a company unless the contrary is proved.

(3) In this section the expression "company" shall
be deemed to include any corporation aggregate."

Amendment (iii) by the substitution in sub-section (1) of section twenty-
of Cap. 169 four of the words of section eighteen for the words
sec. 24 (1.) of the last preceding section."



Passed in the Legislative Council this third day of December,
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and twenty-
five.



J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.



Tifs PRIBNtED IMPRE'l-ION has been carefully compared by me
with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and found
by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.




J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.
S.P. 562/24.









,' /
Native Produce (Amendment) Ordia'mii -. 1925.



\ ." /


COLONY OF SIERRA/ LEONE.
No. 14 of 19 5.
\} In IEis Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this thirtieth
day of December, 1925.

/ A, R. SLATER,
/ Governor.

AN ORDINANCE to Amend the Native Produce Cap. 134
Ordinance, 1924. D
Date of
(30th December, 1925.) commence-
I meant
BE IT ENACTED by the Govlrnor of the Colony of Sierra Leone,
with the advice. and Consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Native Produce Short title
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.
2. Subsection (2) of action three of the Native Produce Amendment
Ordinance, 1924 (in this ordinance referred to as the Principal of sec. 3 (2)
Ordinance) shall be amended by the insertion after the word of Cap. 134
"apply" of the words 'unless the same shall be expressly
provided therein."
3. Section eleven of the Native Produce Ordinance, 1924, shall Repeal and
be repealed and the following two sections shall be added to the rpace.men
said Ordinance :- Cap. 134
11. (1) The G vernor in Council may make rules for all Power of
or any of the follow ing purposes ;- Governor in
Council to
(a) Prescribing the manner in which produce in make rules
transit by water, and intended for export or for
sale for export, shall be protected;
(b) Prescribing the manner in which buildings for
storin produce shall be constructed, and the
manner in which produce intended for export or
for sale for export shall be stored;
(c) Prescribing the standard of purity and quality
(including the amount of moisture which produce
may Contain) for produce which is offered for sale
or delivered in pursuance of an agreement to sell;









32
No. 14 of
1925. Native Produce (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.

(d) Prescribing with regard to matters incidental to
the foregoing, and
(e) Generally for the carrying out of the purposes of
this Ordinance. /I
"(2) Any rules made under the foregoing sub-section may
apply to produce generally or to produce of a specified kind,
and may apply to the Colony/and Protectorate or to any part
thereof.
(3) Any person who contravenes any rule made under this
section shall be guilty of an' offence, and on summary
conviction thereof shall be liable to a fine not exceeding ten
pounds."
Approval of "12. (1) No rules mad by the Governor in Council under
rules by this Ordinance shall come into' force before the same have
Legislative been approved by the Legi lative Council.
Council I
(2) The Legislative Council may amend any rules made by
the Governor in Council under this Ordinance or may substitute
other rules instead thereof. Rules so amended or substituted
shall be deemed to have been made by the Governor in
Council and to have been approved by the Legislative Council."


Passed in the Legislative; Council this twenty-ninth day of
December, in the year of ouir Lord One thousand nine hundred
and twenty-five.

J. L. JOHN,
(lerlk qf Legislative Council.


THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared by
me with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and
found by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.


J. L. JOHN,


Clerk of Legislative Council.


M.P. 215M24.










Protectorate (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.







COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.

No. 15 of 1925.

In His Majesty's name I assent
L.S.
to this Ordinance this thirtieth
day of December. 1925.


A. R. SLATER,
Governor.

AN ORDINANCE to Amend the Protectorate Cap. 167
Ordinance. 1924.;
Date of
(30th December, 1925.) commence
ment

BE IT ENACTED by the Governor of the Colony of Sierra Leone,
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Protectorate (Amend- Short title
ment) Ordinance 1925.

2. Section twenty-four of the Protectorate Ordinance, 1924, Amendment
shall be amended by the repeal of sub-section two and the of sec. 24(2)
substitution therefore of the following sub-section :- of Cap. 167
(2) The Governor in Council may from time to time by
Order :-
(a) prescribe the fees payable for store licences
and hawkers' licences; and
(b) provide for the issue of store licences and
hawkers' licences without the payment of
any fee.
Any such Order may apply to the whole or to any part
of the Protectorate and may extend to store licences
or to hawkers' licences or to both. Unless and until
any such Order is made the fees set forth in Schedule C
shall be in force in the whole of the Protectorate.










Protectorate (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.


Passed in the Legislative Council this twenty-ninth day of
December, in the year' of our Lord One thousand nine hundred
and twenty-five.



J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.





THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared by me
with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and found
by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.




J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.
.P. 999i22..


No. 15 of
1925.








35

,Y Post Office (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.



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COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.

No. 16 of 1925.

In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this thirtieth
day of December, 1925.

A. R. SLATER,
Governor.

AN ORDINANCE, to Amend the Post Office Cap. 158
Ordinance, 1924. Date of
(30th December, 1925.) commence-
ment
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor of the Colony of Sierra Leone,
with the advice ard consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows :-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Post Office (Amend- Short title
ment) Ordinance, 1925, and shall apply to the Colony and and
the Protectorate. application
2. Section ten of the Post Office Ordinance, 1924, (in this Amendment
Ordinance referred to as the Principal Ordinance) shall be amended of sec. 10 of
by the substitution of the words one pound twelve shillings for Cap. 158
the words "twenty shillings."
3. The following section shall be substituted for section Repeal and
nineteen of the Principal Ordinance :- replacement
of sec. 19 of
"19. The following postal matter shall not be liable to Cap. 158
postage.
(a) Postal matter sent by a public department in
connection with the business of such depart-
ment for transmission within the Colony and
franked by the signature of the head of such
department or some officer authorized to frank
by the Governor.
(b) Correspondence for or despatched by prisoners
of war.
(c) Correspondence concerning prisoners of war
despatched or received either directly by or
through the agency of Information Bureaux











No. 16 of
1925. Post Otfice (Amendment) Ordinance. 1925.

established on behalf of such persons in
belligerent countries or in neutral countries
which have received belligerents on their
territories.

For the purpose of this section belligerents received and
interned in a neutral country shall be deemed to be prisoners
of war."

Amendment 4. Section thirty-seven of the Principal Ordinance shall be
of sec. 37 of amended by the insertion before the words "postage stamp "
Cap. 15 wherever these words occur of the words "international reply
coupon."

Amendment 5. Section thirty-eight of the Principal Ordinance shall be
of see. 38 amended by the insertion after the words "fictitious stamp"
() of Cap. wherever these words occur in sub-sections (a), (b) and (c) of the
156 words or international reply coupon."

Amendment 6. Section thirty-nine of the Principal Ordinance shall be
of sec. 39 amended by the insertion in sub-section (a) after the words
(a) and (. "living creature of the words ("except bees and silkworms") and
ap by the insertion in sub-section (d) after the words fictitious postage
stamp of the words or international reply coupon."




Passed in the Legislative Council this twenty-ninth day of
December in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred
and twenty-five.




J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.



THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared by
me with the Bill which has passed the Legislative Council and
found by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.



J. L. JOHN.
Clerk of Legislative Council.
M.P. 30a725. *











Weights and Measures (Amendment) Ordinance, 1985.







COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.

No. 17 of 1925.

In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this thirtieth
day of December, 1925.


A. R. SLATER,
Governor.

AN ORDINANCE to Amend the W\eights and cap.233
Measures Ordinance, 1924.

Date of
(30th December, 1925.) commence
ment
'BE IT ENACTED by the Governor of the Colony of Sierra Leone,
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows,:-

1. (1) This Ordinance may be cited as the Weights and Short title,
Measures (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925; it shall be read as one construction
with the Weights and Measures Ordinance, 1924 (in this Ordinance and
referred to as the Principal Ordinance), and shall apply to the Cap. 233
Colony and the Protectorate.

(2) This Ordinance shall come into operation on the first Commence-
day of March, 1926. ment

2. Section two of the Principal Ordinance shall be amended Amendnent
by the omission of the definition of weighing-machine" of sec. 2 of
occurring therein and by the addition of the following Cap. 233
definitions :-
Weighing machine includes balance, scale, beam, steel-
yard, spring-balance, and every other machine or
instrument for determining weight, and any such
machine or instrument constructed also to calculate
and indicate the price in money ;"
"'Prescribe' means prescribe by rule."










No. 17 of
1925. Weghts and Measures (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925.

Stamping of 8. (1) Every weighing machine used for trade shall be verified
weighing and stamped by an inspector with such a stamp of verification as
machines the Governor may prescribe.

(2) Every person who uses, or has in his possession for use,
for trade any weighing machine not stamped as required by this
Ordinance shall be guilty of'an offence, and shall be liable on
summary conviction thereof to a fine not exceeding five pounds,
or in the case of a subsequent offence to a fine not exceeding
ten pounds.

Weighing 4. No weighing machine shall be stamped which is not in the
machines of opinion of the inspector examining the same sufficiently strong to
insufficient ,
strength withstand the wear and tear of ordinary use in trade.

Power of 5. An inspector may refuse to stamp a weighing-machine
inspector to
refu setosmp unless the same is provided with a plug or stud of soft metal
weighing on which to place the stamp, such plug or stud being made
machine not
provided with irremovable by undercutting or in some other suitable manner.
stud of soft
metal
Obliteration 6. Where an inspector finds that a weighing machine which
of stamps on has been stamped under section three of this Ordinance is no
weighing longer true he shall obliterate the stamp with such a mark as the
machines
Governor may prescribe, and thereupon such weighing machine
shall be deemed not to have been stamped within the meaning of
the said section; provided that where in the opinion of the
inspector the circumstances are not such as to require the
immediate obliteration of the stamp, he may give the person who has
the weighing machine a written notice calling on him to correct
the same within a stated period, and he shall obliterate the stamp
if the correction has not been made within such period.

Application of 7. Section forty-one of the Principal Ordinance shall apply to
sec. 41 of
Cap. 233to weighing machines in like manner as it applies to weights and
weighing measures.
machines
Amendment 8. Section forty-nine of the Principal Ordinance shall be
of sec. 49 amended by the insertion in the paragraph numbered (1) of the
of Cap. 233 words "and weighing machines" between the word measures"
and the words "under this Ordinance."

Prohibition 9. (1) Any person who, without the written permission of
of the the Inspector of Weights and M.I-.ui'--,
importation. (a) imports or causes to be imported, or
etc., of
spring- (b) uses or has in his possession for use for trade,
balances
graded any spring-balance which is graded with any denomination of
otherwise weights other than avoidupois or troy weights shall be
than in guilty of an offence, and on summary conviction thereof
avoidupois shall be liable to a fine not exceeding five pounds.
or troy
weights (2) Any permission granted by the Inspector of Weights
and Measures under this section rmay be subject to such conditions
as he may think fit.









No. 17 of
Weights and Measures (Amendment) Ordinance, 1925. 1925.

10. If any difference arises between any inspector and any Determina-
other person as to the method of testing or verifying any weight, tion by
measure, weighing or measuring instrument, such difference shall, Governor of
difference.
on the request of either party, be determined by the Governor between
whose decision shall be final. Inspector
and any
other person
Passed in the Legislative Council this twenty-ninth day of
December, in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred
and twenty-five.


J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Cooncil.



THIS PRINTED IMPRESSION has been carefully compared by
me with the Bill which has passed tht Legislative Council and
found by me to be a true and correct copy of the said Bill.



J. L. JOHN,
Clerk of Legislative Council.
M.P. 192125.














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Gazetted 28th Febriary, 1925.

Order No. 1 of 1925.


RDER IN COUNCIL.


By irtue and in exercise of the powers vested Ordinance-
in the Gov rnor in Council by section sixty-five of the no1 of 1'912
Public Hea th Ordinance, 1905, His Excellency the
Governor is leased, by and with the advice of the
Executive Co x cil, to ORDER AND DECLARE AND IT
IS HEREBY OR D EED AND DECLARED as follows:-
1. This Order may be cited as the Sherbro Judicial short title and
District (Sanitary authority) Order, 1925, and shall metnte't
come into operation t the first day of March, "'.'."
The Sherbro
2. The Sherbro Jt icial District as set forth in Judicil Di-
Schedule A to the Sher -o Judicial District Ordinance, trictdeclareda
sanitary dls-
1923, shall be a sanitary lis(rict. trict. Ordin-
ance No. 28
of 1923
;3. The following perts ns shall represent the The Siniiary
Sanitary Authority in the Sherbro Judicial District, ,',: ,,.'',,..."
and shall be known as the Saitary Authority in the udic~lt
said district, namely, the Medic a Officer for the time
being stationed at Bonthe, and tre three Tribal Rulers
Charles Taylor, Lamnina Gbapp and\ Gbanna Lewis ;
Provided that in the event f the death or Ordinances
resignation of any of the said person the remaining a of 1
persons shall, pending the making another Order
in Council under section sixty-five o the Public
Health Ordinance, 1905, represent t e Sanitary
Authority in the Sherbro Judicial Distr t and be
known as the Sanitary Authority in the said strict.
Made by the Governor in Council this 20t day of February,
1925.

T. N. GODD RD,
Acting Clerk of Executiiv Council.


M.P. 322)2-1.













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Gazetted 28th Febr'uary, 1925.

Order No. 2 of 1925.

ORDER TN COUNCIL.


Ordinance By virt e of the power in that behalf vested in the
No. 10 of Governor iln council by section 3 of the Public Health
(Protectorate) Ordinance, 1915, IT IS HEREBY
ORDERED as fo :--

Short title 1. This Order ry be cited as the Kaiyima Sanitary
District Order, 1925.

Declaration 2. The town of Kaiy na (which for the purpose of
of Kaiyima this Order shall be deen ed to extend to the area
tobea
sanitary comprised within a circle of quarter of a mile radius
district with its centre at the public brri in the centre of the
said town) in the Konnro Distric is hereby declared to
b)e a sanitary district.

Made by the Governor in Council this 20th d v of February,
1925.


T. N. GODDARD\
Clerk of Executive Council.


M.P. 2310124.












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Gazetted 11th April, 1925.

Order No. 3 of 1925.


O DER IN COUNCIL.


By virtue at in exercise of the power vested in the Ordinance
Governor in Co ncil by section 3 of the Exports and No. 12 of
Imports Prohibiti n Ordinance, 1920, His Excellency 1920
is pleased, by and with the advice of the Executive
Council, TO ORDER ND IT IS HEREBY ORDERED as
follows :-

1. This Order may e cited as the Gold Coins Short title
(United Kingdom) Impor Prohibition Order, 1925. and applica-
and shall apply to the Colon.- and Protectorate. tion

2. Gold coins current in the United Kingdom shall Prohibition
not be imported into the Co ony or Protectorate of importa-
except in cases in which a li ence issued by the conns cGrrnt
Governor authorising such import ion has been first in the
obtained. United
Kingdom



Made by the Governor in Council this 9t day of Alpril, 1.925.



T. N. GODDARD,
Clerk of Executive Council.


M.P. 989:23.



















Gazetted 16th May, 195..

Order Wo. 4 of 1926.


ORDER IN COUNCIL.


Ordinances By virtue and in exe _se of the power vested in the
Nos. 20 of
1901 and 2 Governor in Council by section four of the Public
of 1924 Holidays Ordinance, 190i, as amended by section three
of the Statute Law Revision Ordinance, 1924, His
Honour the Governor's Deputy is pleased, by and with
the advice of the Executive Council, to ORDER AND IT
IS HEREBY ORDERED as follows :-

Short title 1. This Order may be cited as the Public Holiday
(Empire Day) Order, 1925.

May 25 a 2. The twenty-fifth day of May, 1925, shall be a
pul;lic hol-
Iay instead public holiday instead of the twenty-fourth day of
of May 24, May, 1925.
1925

Made by the Governor's Deputy in Council this 16th day of
May, 1925.



D. C. THOMPSON,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.


9L.P. 1079 23.

















Guzettd 20th June, 1923.

Order No. 5 of 1926.


OR ER IN COUNCIL


By virtue and in exercise of the power in that Ordinance
behalf vested i' the Governor in Council by section 12 of
three of the exports and Imports Prohibition
Ordinance, 1920, His Excellency is pleased, by and
with the advice of the Executive Council, TO ORDER
AND IT IS HEREBY O DERED as follows :-

1. This Order man be cited as the Methylated Short title
cole ioand corn-
Spirits Order, 1''.'., an 1 shall come into operation nomenut
on the 1st day of July, 19 5.

2. No methylated spirit s shall be imported into Prohibition
of importa-
the Colony or the Protectorat except- tion of
Smethylated
(a) mineralised methylat d spirits mixed as spirits not
pyridinised
follows :- and other-
wise treated
To every ninety parts y volume of spiritsise treated
nine and one-half parts I v volume of wood
naptha and one-half of o e part of crude
pyridine, and to every one hi dried gallons of
the mixture three-eighths o one gallon of
mineral napltha or petroleum il and not less
than one-fortieth of an ounce )y weight of
powdered aniline dye (methyl vi< let) ; and

(b) in cases in which a licence issn d by the
Governor authorizing importation ias been
first obtained, industrial mothylatet spirits












mixed as 'oliows :-
To every iinety-five parts by volume of spirits
five parts b volume of wood naphtha, and also
one-half of nle part of crude pyridine to every
one hundred )arts of the volume ofthemixture.

Revocation 3. The Methylated Spirits Order, 1922, is hereby
of Np. 7 of
of 1922 revoked.




Male by the Governor in Counc 1 this 15th (lay of June,
1925.


D. C. THOMPSON,
for Clerk o Executive Council.
C \rko


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Gazetted 1st August, 1925.

Order No. 6 of 1925.

SRDER IN COUNCIL.

By vi tue and in exercise of the power in that behalf
vested i the Governor in Council by section three
of the Pu lic Health (Protectorate) Ordinance, 1915,
His Excelle cy is pleased by and with the advice of
the Executive. C-min.lil TO ORDER AND IT IS HEREBY
ORDERED as follows :-

1. This Order\ may be cited as the Sumbuya Short title
Sanitary District Order, 1925.

2. The town of iSui buya is hereby declared to be a Sumbuya
sanitary district. declared to
be a sanitary
district
3. For the purpose ot this Order the town ofDefinition
Sumbuya shall be deemed to include the area
comprised within a circle of a radius of one mile from
the Matakong bridge.
\
Made by the Governor in 'Council this 20th day of July,
1925.



T. N. GODDARD,
Clerk of Executive Council.


L..P 169623.












JI





Gazetted 26th Septenm r. 1925.

Order No. 7 of 1925.


DER IN COUNCIL.


Section 13of By virtie and ii exercise of the power vested in
No. 48 of the Goverirr in Col~ucil by section thirteen of the
1924
Customs Tar Ordiince, .1924. subject to the approval
of the Legisatve Council, His Excellency is pleased by
and ith te vic of the Executive Council TO
ORDER AND IT I HEREBY ORDERED as follows:-

Short little 1. This Order .ay cited as the Customs Tariff
Order, 1(25.

Amendment 2. The Second i l, 1i. i. to t the Cistoins Tariff
of Second Ordinance, 192-4, shfa be amended by the insertion
Schedule to 1 ,
No. 48 of between items 24 and 2 s of the following item :-
192- ".i
4 24 A. Fire 1engi es and fire-extinguishing
implements and apliances, including acces-
sories and spare partn, and uniforms, imported
by the City Council Hf Freetown for the use
of the FreetoEsn Fire BR gade."

Made b theby Governor in Council thii10th day of August,
1925.
S T. N. ODDARD,
Clerk of Ex- Itive Council.

Approved by the Legislative Cbuncil this 23rd da l of September,
1925.
J. L. J TN,
C'lr i of Legislative Council.


M.P. 1728'25.









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L,.L


Gazetted 10t1t October, 1925.

Order No. 8 of 1925.


ORDE IN COUNCIL.

By virtue and ii exercise of the powers in that Section 6 (1)
behalf vested in th\ Governor in Council bv sub- of No. 33 of
section (1) of section six of the Protectorate Ordinalnce, 1901 as
amended bv
1901, His Excellency ipleased by and with the advice section 3 od
of the Executive Coi cil TO ORDER AND IT IS No. 4 of 1920
HEREBY ORDERED as fol|ows:-
1. This Order may b) cited as the Protectorate Short title
(Ronietta District) Order, 1,925. and shall come into and cor-
operation on the twelfth d(iy of October, nineteen nmencement
hundred and twenty-five. \
2. Schedule B to the Orde\made by the Governor Amendment
in Council on the twenty-fifth day of May, 1920, shall of Orders in
be amended:- of 1920, 2
of 1923 and
24 of 1924

(a) by deleting the following por'ions-


Province. Districts.

THERN Port Lokk.
VINCE




Bombali.


0.


Chiefdom.

Sapu, Gbille, Dixing, Mag-
1..-11, ,'.Ak .. 1.., Bure, Makonte,
Kasse\Bakke-Lokko, Katfu Bul-
lom, I)kko Massama, Mafoki,
Marampa and Mange, Masimera,
Koya.,
Biriwa L'nba, Safroko Limba.
Mapaki, B mbali Makari, Bom-
bali Sebu it, Bombali Siari,
Bombali Massabong, Bombali
Gbanti, Malh E., Malal W.,
Kolifa Rowalla, Kolifa Ma-
munta, Kolifa ,Maiosso, Kohfa.
Mabang, Tenne,\Kuniki Barina,
Kuniki Fuluwusd Kuniki Sanda,
Bonkalenken Yel. Bonkalenken
Maioppo, Bonkal, ken Massa-
kong, Bonkalenken\ Poli, Yonni
Mamila, Yonni Mabnta.
k


NOR
PRO













(b) by substituting therefore the' following:-
\ I


Province.


NORTHERN
PROVINCE


SDistricts.


tort Lokko.



\
Bo rqbali.






\ R iea.
\







Ronietta.


Chiefdoms.

Samu, Gbille, Dixing, Mag-
bema. Mamrbolo, Bure, Makonte,
Kasse, Bakke-Lokko. Kafu
Bullom, Lokko Massama.
Mafoki, Marampa and Mange.
Biriwa Limba, Safroko Limba,
Mapaki, Bombali Makari,
Bombali Sebura, Bombali Siari,
Bombali Massabong, Bombali
Gbauti, Malal E., Malal W.,
Kolifa Rowalla, Kolifa Ma-
munta, Kolifa Maiosso, Kolifa
Mabang, Tenne, Kuniki Barinai
Kuniki Fuluwusu, Kunik-
Sanda, Bonkalenken Yele,
Bonkalenken Maioppo, Bonka,
leuken Massakong, Bonkalenken
Poli.
\ Koya, Masimera, Yonni
lamila, Yonni Mabanta.


Made-by the Governor in Council this 5t day of October, 1925.



T. N. bODDARD,
Clerk of Exeutive Council.


M.P. C.86/25;

















Gazetted 10th October, 1925.

Order No. 9 of 1925.

ORDER IN COUNCIL.

By vi ne and in exercise of the power in that
behalf vested in the Governor in Council by section
three of the\Public Health (Protectorate) Ordinance,
1915, His Ex llency is pleased by and with the
advice of the Exe utive Council TO ORDER AND IT IS
HEREBY ORDERED a follows :-

1. This Order my be cited as the Sumbaria Short title
Sanitary District Order, 1 '..

2. The town of Sumbar in the Nienni Chiefdom Sumbaria
S.declared to
is hereby declared to be a san ry district, be a sanitary
district
3. For the purpose of this Order the town of Definitioh
Sumbaria shall be deemed to include the area
comprised within a circle of a radi s of half-a-mile
from the gravestone of Sumbu.

Made by the Governor in Council this 5t day of October, 1925.





T. N. GODDARD,
Clerk of Executive Council.


M.P. 1759/25.














i mj




Gazetted 10th October, 1925.

SOrder No. 10 of 1926.


ORDERR IN COUNCIL.


By vir te of the power in that behalf vested in the
Governor Council by section three of the Public
Health (Pro ctorate) Ordinance, 1915, His Excellency
is pleased 1)y iud with the advice of the Executive
Council TO OR4 IR AND IT IS HEREBY ORDERED aS
follows:-

Short title 1. This Order nay be cited as the Boadgibu
Sanitary District Ord r, 1925.

Declaration of 2. The town of Boa gibul is hereby declared to be
Boadgibu to be
a sanitary dis- a Sallitary district.
trict
Definition 3. For the purpose of \ his Order the town of
Boa(lgibn shall be deemed to include the area com-
prised within a circle of a radinu of one mile with its
centre at the store of the African and Eastern Trade
Corporation, Limited, on the Konno Road.





Made by the Governor in Council this 5th day of 0 tober, 1925.



T. N. GODDARD,
Clerk of Executive Council.


M.P. 1567/25.


















Gazetted 26th October, 1925.

OrdeJr No. 11 of 1925.


ORDER IN COUNCIL.


By virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in Section 4
of Schedule
the Governor in Council bv section four of the Public No. 20 of
1901
Holidays Ordinance, 1901, His Excellency is pleased by
and with the advice of the Executive Council to
ORDER AND IT IS HEREBY ORDERED as follows :-

1. This Order may be cited as the Public Holiday Short title
(Freetown City Council Election Day) Order in
Council, 1925.

2. Sunday the first day of November nineteen November
2nd ap-
hundred and twenty-five shall not be a public holiday, pointed a
public
and Monday the second (lay of November nineteen holiday
hundred and twenty-five shall be a public holiday
instead of the aforesaid date.


Made by the Governor in Council this 26th day of October,
1925.


D. C. THOMPSON,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.









54









Gazetted 26th October, 1925.

Order No. 12 of 1925.

ORDER IN COUNCIL.

Ordinance By rtue and in exercise of the power vested in
Nos. 12 of
1902 and 25 him by section ninety-two of the Customs Ordinance,
of 1924
1902, Hi Excellency is pleased by and with,the
advice of t e Executive Council TO ORDER AND IT
IS HEREBY O DERED as follows:-


Short title 1. This Ordelmay be cited as the Customs Inland
Port (Gene) Order, 925, and shall come into operation
on the first day of N member, 1925.

Gene 2. Gene on the Man River shall be an inland port.
declared an
inland port


Made by the Governor in Council t is 26th day of October,
1925.



D. C. T OMPSON,
Acting Clerk of Exeu tive Council,


M.P. 231424.



















Gazetted 28th November, 1925.

Order No. 13 of 1925.

ORDER IN COUNCIL.

By virtue and in exercise of the power in that Section 8 of
Cap. 191
behalf vested in the .Governor in Council by section Cap. 191
eight of the Sheriffs Ordinance, 1924, His Excellency
is pleased by and with the advice of the Executive
Council TO ORDER AND IT IS HEREBY ORDERED
as follows:-

1. This Order may be cited as the Sheriffs Order, Short title
1925.

2. The fee for a Sheriff attending on trial at bar Fee for Sheri
trial at bar or
or before the Court, per diem, shall be ten shillings before the
Court
and sixpence instead of seven shillings and six pence
as provided by the Schedule to the Sheriffs Ordinance, Cap. 191
1924.


Made ,bythe Governor in Council this .16th day of November,
1925.


D. C. THOMPSON,
Acting Clerk of E.rC.,-ti'. Council.


M.P. 2956124i



















Gazetted 25th December, 1925.

Order No. 14 of 1925.


ORDER IN COUNCIL.


Section 22 of By virtue and in exercise of the power in that
Cap. 49. b
C. behalf vested in the Governor in Council by section
twenty-two of the Customs Ordinance, 1924, His
Excellency is pleased by and with the advice of the
Executive Council TO ORDER AND TT TS IIEREBY
ORDERED as follows -

Short title 1. This Order may be cited as the Customs
Il i
(Jamaica Sufferance Wharf) Order in Council, 1925.


Appoint- 2. The wharf atl Jamaica Plantation on Sherbro
ment of
wharf at Island is hereby appointed a Sufferance Wharf for the
Jamaica as
Sufferance lading of produce and for the unlading of duty-paid
Wharf I
ar goods brought coastwise from some port in the Colony.



Made by the Governor in Council this 21st day of December
1925.

D. C. THOMPSON,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.


M.P. 3307/25.



















Gazetted 26th December, 1925.

Order No. 15 of 1925.

ORDER IN COUNCIL/


BY virtue and in exercise of the pow r in that Sec. 5 of
behalf vested in the Governor in Counci by section Cap. 225
five of the Vaccination Ordinance, 1924, Is Excellency
is pleased by and with the advice of/he Executive
Council To ORDER AND IT IS H tEBY ORDERED
as follows :-
1. This Order may be cited/as the Vaccination Short title.
(Sherbro Judicial District) Orde in Council, 1925.
2, All persons within the herbro Judicial District Vaccination
who do not produce satisfac ry evidence of successful in Sherbro
vaccination, or of having suffered from smallpox, Judicial
District.
shall be vaccinated by apublic vaccinator, unless in
the opinion of any sucfi public vaccinator vaccination
would be injurious tohealth.
3. All persons/ having attained the age of sixteen Liability to
years shall be li, le, on failure to comply with this penalties.
Order, to the p ralties prescribed by section fifteen of Cap. 225,
the Vaccinati i Ordinance, 1924, and in the case of a sec. 15.
child not ha ing attained that age the parent, guardian
or person having the custody of such child, or with
whom s h child may be residing, shall be so liable.



Made by the Governor in Council this 21st day of December,



D. C. THOMPSON,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.


9


M:P. .107125.



















Gazetted 26th December, 1925.

Order No. 16 of 1925.


O DER IN COUNCIL


Cap. 167. By virtu and in exercise of the power vested in the
Governor ii Council by sub-section (1) of section four
of the Prote 'orate Ordinance, 1924, His Excellency is
pleased by a d with the advice of the Executive
Council TO ORDER AND IT IS HEREBY ORDERED
as follows:-

Short title 1. This Orde may be cited as the Protectorate
and cor- (Administrative divisions) (Amendment) Order in
mencement Council, 1925, and shall ,come into operation on the
first day of January, 1926.

Amendment 2. Schedule B of he Protectorate (Administrative
of Order Divisions) Order in Co'ucil, 1924, shall be amended-
No. 11 of
1920. (a) by the transfer I the Timdale Chiefdom from
the Bonthe Dstrict to the Gbangbama
District; and
(b) by the transfer o the Jong Chiefdom from
the Gbangbama D strict to the Sumbuya
District.


Made by the Governor in Council this lst day of December,
1925.

D. C. T MPSON,
Acting Clerk of Ex cutive Council.


M.P. 1697125.



















Gazetted 26th December, 1925.


Order No. 17 of 1925.

ORDER IN COUNCIL.


By virtue and in exercise of the power in that behalf Section 3 of
vested in the Governor in Council by section three of Cap. 63
the Exports and Imports Prohibition Ordinance, 1924,
His Excellency is pleased by and with the advice of
the Executive Council TO ORDER AND IT IS HEREBY
ORDERED as follows :-

1. This Order may be cited as the Import Prohibi- Short title
tion (Amendment) Order in Council, 1925.

2. The Import Prohibition Order in Council, 1924, Amendment
shall be amended by the addition at the end thereof of of Import
Prohibition
the following section: Order, 1924
"8. The importation into the Colony or Protec- Prohibition
torate of motor vehicles of all descriptions of import of
motor vehi-
with a left hand steering control is hereby cles with left
prohibited." hand drive


Made by the Governor in Council this 21st day of December,
1925.


D. C. THOMPSON,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.


M.P 2604125,









60









Gazetted 31st December, 1925.

Order No. 18 of 1925.


ORDER I COUNCIL.


See. 24 By virtue and in ex reise of the power in that behalf
(2) of Cap.
167 vested in the Goverr in Council by sub-section 2 of
section 24 of the rotectorate Ordinance, 1924, His
Excellency is ple ed by and with the advice of the
Executive Couicil TO ORDER AND IT IS HEREBY
ORDERED as follows-

Short title 1. This Order may be cited as the Protectorate
and com- f
mencemet (Store and Hawkers' Licences) Order in Council,

1925, and shall come into operation on the Ist (lay of
I
January, 1926.

Exemption 2. .rel licences and hawkers' licences in the
of licences
from fee in Ka 'on- and Koinadugu Districts of the Northern
Karene and
Koinadugu Province shall be exempted from the payment of any
Districts.
fee.


Made by the Governor in Council this 30th day of December,
1925.


D. C. THOMPSON,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.


M'P. 999122.























Order No. 1 of 1925.


GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


By virtue of the powers vested in me by section Section5u)
of No. 33
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fifty-nine of the Protectorate Ordinance, 1901, I (f 901
HEREBY ORDER aS follows:-

1. This Order may be cited as the Kamabai House Short title
Tax (Exemption) Order, 1925.

2. The town of Kainabai in the Biriwa Chiefdoui.
Bombali District, Northern Province, part of which
has been destroyed by fire, shall be exempt from
payment of house tax in respect of the year 1925.


Dated this 22nd day of Jannary, 1925.




A. R. SLATER,
Governor


VT'. 22912'.7%




















Gazetted 14th February, iO925.

Order No. 2 of 1925.


GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


Section 59 of By virtue of the powers vested in me by section
No. 33 of
1901 fifty-nine of the Protectorate Ordinance. 1901, 1
HEREBY ORDER as follows :--

Short title 1. This Order may be cited as the Dawumbn House
Tax (Exemption) Order, 1925.

2. The village of Dawumbu in the Magbaiama
Chiefdom, Karene District, Northern Province, which
has been destroyed by fire, shall be exempt from
payment of house tax in respect of the year 1925.


Dated this 9th day of February, 19!5.


1. C. LUKE,
Governor's D,'pioti.


I.P. 398:25,












: .'. .



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Gazetted 21st February, 1925.

Order No. 3 of 1926.


GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


By virtue of the powers vestdl in me by section Section 59of
No. 33 of
fifty-nine of the Protectorate Ordinance, 1901, 1901
I HEREBY ORDER as follows :-

1. This Order may be cited as the Jenneh House Short title
Tax (Exemption) Order, 1925.


2. The seven houses in the town of Jennel in Exemption
of certain
the Kongbora Chiefdom, Moyamba District, Central houses in
Jenneh from
Province, which have been destroyed by fire, shall be house tax in
respect of
exempt from the payment of house tax in respect of 1925
the year 1925.



Dated this 13th day of February, 1925.



H. C. LUKE,
Governor's Deputy.


MI?. 48/25-.













4-




(azetted 21st F february, 192).

Order No. 4 of 1925.


GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


Section 59 of B1v virtue of the powers v'esteu in me by section
No. 33 of
1901 Iifty-nine of the Protectorate Ordinance, 1901, 1
HER iEBY ORDER as follows :-

Short title 1. This Order may be cited as the Serabu House
Tax (Exemption) Order, 1925.


Exemption 2. The fifty-five houses in the town of Serabu, in
of certain
lhonue t in the Small Bo Chiefdoml, Kennenma District, Central
Serahu from
house tax in Province, which have been destroyed by fire, shall he
respect of
1925 exempt fromn the payment of house tax in respect of
the year l' '..



Dated this 14th day of February, '192'.



H. C. LUKE,
Governor's Deputy.


L.P. 5 125.












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Gazetted 21st Febru'ary, 1925.


Order No. 5 of 1925.


GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


By virtue of the powers vested in me by section Section 59 of
No. 33 of
fifty-nine of the Protectorate Ordinance, 1901, I i9ol
HEREBY ORDER as follows :-

1. This Order may be cited as the laburuka House Short title
Tax (Exemption) Order, 1925.

2. The seventeen houses in the town of Maburuka, Exemption
of certain
in the Kholifa Rowalla Chiefdom, Bonibali District, houses in
Maburuka
Northern Province, which have been destroyed by fire, from house
tax in res-
shall be exempt from the payment of house tax in pect of 1925
respect of the year I '..5.





Dated this 16th day of February, 1925.




H. C. LUKE,
Governor's Deputy.








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Gazetted 21st Februa y, 1925.

Order No. 6 of 1925


GOVERN OR'S ORDER.


Section 3 (3) By virtue of the powers vested in me by sub-section
of No. 12 of
1921 (3) of section three of the Headmen Ordinance, 1921.
I HEREBY ORDER as follows:-

Short title 1. This Order may be cited as the Regent (Removal

of Member of Committee) Order, 1925.

emal of 2. The removal of Silvanus Jonathan Samuel
member of
Committee Alorgan from the Committee of Regent Village is

hereby directed.

Direction to 3. The election of another pee son to be a member
elect a new
member of the Committee of Regent Village in place of the
said Silvanus Jonathan Samuel Morgan is hereby
directed.



Dated this 17th day of February, 1925.


H. C. LUKE,
Governor's Deputy.


M.P. 422)25.















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Gazetted 21st February, 1925.

Order No. 7 of 1925.

GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


WHEREAS by virtue of the power vested in me by Section 2 of
No. 16 of
section 2 of the Quarantine Ordinance, 1914, 1 lid, by 1914
an Order bearing date the 27th day of August, 1924,
declare that, until the said Order was revoked. Lagos,
Nigeria, was declared to be an infected place within
the meaning of the said Ordinance.

NOW, THEREFORE, I HEREBY ORDER as follows:-

1. This Order may be cited as the Lagos, Nigeria Short title
(Revocation) Order, 1925.

2. The above recited Order declaring Lagos Revocation
of Order
Nigeria, to be an infected place is hereby revoked. No. 20 of
1924


Dated this 18th day of February, 1925.




H. C. LUKE,
Governor's Deputly.


31.1' 214'2 .





















Pantlttp 28th Feb' uary, 1925.

Order No. 8 of 1925.


GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


Section 59 of Bv vi tue of the powers vested in me by section
No. 33 of 1
1901 fifty-nin of the Protectorate Ordinarce, 1901. 1
HEREBY OcDER as follows :-

Short title 1. This C order may be cited as the Yendema House
Tax (Exempti n) Order, 1925.

Exemption 2. The twe ity-eight houses in the town of
of certain
houses in Yendema in th Jalluahun Chiefdom. Pendembu
Yendema
from house District, Centrai ovince, which have been destroyed
tax in
respect of by fire shall be ex mpt from the payment of bouse
192-F
tax, in respect of the, iear 1925.



Dated this 21st day of February', 125.



C. LUKE.
Governor's Deputy.


M ,P. Q(3:1,25,


















Gazetted 28th February, 1925.

Order No. 9 of 1925.

GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


By virtue of the powers vested in me by section Section 59 of
No. 33 of
fifty-nine of the Protectorate Ordinance, 1901, I 1901
HEREBY ORDER as follows :-
1. This Order may be cited as the Saiama House Short title
Tax (Exemption) Order, 1925.
2. The town of Saiama, in the Lay Chiefdom, Exemption
of town of
Konno District, Central Province, which has been Saiamafrom
destroyed by fire, shall be exempt from the payment house tax in
respect of
of house tax, in respect of the year 1925. 1925




Dated this 21st day of February, 1925.



H. C. LUKE,
Governor's Deputy.


M.P. 602125.



















Gazetted 28th February, 1925.

Order No. 10 of 1925.


GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


Section 2 of WHEREAs lb virtue of the power vested in me by
No. 16 of
1 6 of section 2 of the Quarantine Ordinance, 1914, I did by
an Order bearing date the 22nd day of November, 1924
declare that, until the. said Order was revoked,
Coomarsie, Gold Coast Colony, was declared to be an
infected place within the meaning of the said
Ordinance.

NOW. ITHEREFOIRE, I HEREBY ORDER as follows:-

Short title 1. This Order may be cited as the Coomassie, Gold
Coast Colony (Revocation) Order, 1925.

Revocation 2. The above-recited Order declaring Coomassie,
2of f19o. Gold Coast Colony, to be an infected place is hereby
revoked.

Dated this 25th day of February, 1925.



H. C. LUKE,
Governor's Deputy.


M.P. 156024.













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Gazetted 7th March, 1925.

Order l o. 11 of 1925,


GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


WHEREAS the Tribal Authority of the Upper
Bambarra 0hiefdom in the Protectorale has requested
that certain\lands situate in the said chiefdon and
specified in the schedule hereto should be constituted
a forest reserve ;

AND WHEREAS an enquii'y was held at Pendembu
in the Upper Bambarra Ch'-t'ii. .i in the Central
Province of the \Protectorate on- the 30(th day of
August, 1924. by tlh Reserve Settlement Comnissioner,
with the assistance of Paramount Chief Lamin of
Pejeh East, Paramo nt Chief Musa of Jaluahun and
Paramount Chief For ba Kuntub of Upper Bambarra;

AND WHEREAS by Ihis judgment dated the 30th day
of August, 1924, the Re rve Settlement Commissioner
determined the limits f the said lands to be as
specified in the schedule 1 reto;
NOW, THEREFORE, I HE EBY ORDER as follows :-

1. This Order may be cite as the Forest Reserve Short title
(Gboi Hills) Order, 1925.

2. The lands situated in t e Upper Bambarra Constitution
Chiefdom in the Pendembu Dis\rict in the Central of reserve
Province of the Protectorate .1.1 specified in the
schedule hereto shall be constituted forest reserve.

3. The natives of the Upper Bar arra Chiefdom Rights
shall be entitled at all times to enter lpon the lands reserved
hereinbefore described without fee, let o hindrance for
the purpose of hunting and fishing and (.t 'IN for
their own use building material, iron \re, and of
collecting palm products, rattan cane, fruit or honey.












SCHEDULE.

Comme cing from boundary stone No. 1 on the
Nyandahu\-Dodeh road at a distance of 789 yards
from the former village the boundary runs as
follows :-\
From boundary stone No. 1 on a magnetic bearing of
2230.30' for 233 yards to boundary stone No. 2, thence
on a magnetic bearing! of 2490 for 1,722 yards to
boundary stone No. 3, thence on a magnetic bearing
of 244 for 89 yardss to Iboundary stone No. 4, thence
on a magnetic bearing of 2210 for 55 yards to boundary
stone No. 5, thelpe on a' magnetic bearing of 2430 for
94 yards to boundary stone No. 6, thence on a
magnetic bearing yf 328 for 400 yards to boundary
stone No. 7, thence from boundary stone No. 7 the
boundary follows the Faiyah stream downwards on the
left bank for 510 yards to boundary stone No. 8, thence
on a magnetic bearing of 3450 for 300 yards to boundary
stone No. 9, thence n a magnetic bearing of 490 for
185 yards to boundary stone No. 10, thence on a
magnetic bearing of V6 for 510 yards to boundary
stone No. 11, thence o a magnetic bearing of 770 for
413 yards to boundary stone No. 12, thence on a
magnetic bearing of 62 for 230 yards to boundary
stone No. 13, thence on\a magnetic bearing of 500 for
800 yards to boundary \stone No. 14, thence on a
magnetic bearing of 80.3:' for 260 yards to boundary
stone No. 15, thence on a magnetic bearing of 770 for
128 yards to boundary Istne No. 16, thence on a
magnetic bearing of 45.30' or 105 yards to boundary
stone No. 17, thence on a magnetic bearing of 520 for
260 yards to boundary store No. 18, thence on a
magnetic bearing of 630 for 33 yards to boundary stone
No. 19, thence on a inagne ic bearing of 162 for
1,100 yards to boundary ston No. 20, thence on a
magnetic bearing of 2450 for 708 yards to boundary
stone No. 21, thence on a magne ic bearing of 3390 for
337 yards to boundary stone o. 22, thence on a
magnetic bearing of 2400 for 57 yards to boundary
stone No. 23, thence on a magn tic bearing of 2330
for 170 yards to boundary stone No. 24, thence on a
magnetic bearing of 1620, for 202 ards to boundary
stone No. 1.

Dated this 27th day of February, 1925.

A. R. SbATER,
governor .


M.P. 160323,



















Gazetted 14th March, 1925.

Order No. 12 of 1925.

GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


By virtue of the powers vested in me by section 59 Section 59 of
of the Protectorate Ordinance, 1901, I HERIRBY ORDER o. 33 of
1901
as follows:-

1. This Order may be cited as the Port Lokko Short title
House Tax (Exemption) Order, 1925.


2. The fourteen houses in the town of Port Lokko, Exemption
of ceritin
in the Lower Lokko Chiefdom, Port Lokko District, houses in
Northern Province, which have been destroyed by fire, Port Lokko
from house
shall be exempt from the payment of house tax in tax in res-
respect of the year 1925. pect of 1925


Dated this 8th day of March, 1925.



A. R. SLATER,
Governor.


M.P. 723/26.






















Order No. 13 of 1926.


GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


Section 59 of By virtue of the powers vested in me by section 59
No. 33 of
1'01 of the Protectorate Ordinance, 1901, I HEREBY ORDER
as follows:-

Short title 1. This Order may be cited as the Magbele House
Tax (Exemption) Order. 1925.

Exemption 2. The twenty-one houses in the town of Magbele,
of certain
houses in in the Marampa Chiefdom, Port Lokko District,
Magbele
from hose Northern Province, which have been destroyed by lire,
tax in res-
pect of 1925 shall be exempt front the payment of house tax in
respect of the year 1925.




Dated this 8th day of March, 1925.



A. R. SLATER,
Governor.


M.P. 723/25.



















Gazetted 14th lMarch, 1925.

Order No. 14 of 1925.

GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


By virtue of the powers vested in me by section 59 Section 59 of
No. 33 of
of the Protectorate Ordinance, 1901, I HEREBY ORDER 19 01
as follows :-

1. This Order may be cited as the Lungi House Short title
Tax (Exemption) Order, 1925.

2. The thirty-cne houses in the town of Lungi, in Exemption
the Kaffn Bullom Chiefdom, Port Lokko District, houes ain
Northern Province, which have been destroyed by fire, Lungi from
house tax
shall be exempt from the payment of house tax in in respect of
respect of the year 1925. 1925

Dated this 8th day of March, 1925.




A. R. SLATER,
Governor.


M.P 72315,

















Gazetted 14th March, 4925.

Order No. 15 of 1925.


GOVERNOR'S ORDER.

WHEREAS the Triba Authorities of the Makpelli,
Tunkia, Barri and the Koya Chiefdoms in the Southern
Province of the Protectorate, have requested that
certain lands situate in the said chiefdoms and specified
in the schedule hereto should be constituted a forest
reserve ;
,Ordinance AND WHEREAS an enquiry was held under the
No. 8 of Forestry Ordinance, 1912, at Zimmi in the Makpelli
1912 Chiefdom on the twenty-second day of October, 1924,
by the Reserve Settlement Commissioner with the
assistance of Paramount Chief Sheakka Massaquoi of
the Gbemma Chiefdom, Paramount Chief Vandi
Ngunya of the Perri Chiefdom, Paramount Chief
Pessima Kori of the Makpelli Chiefdom, Paramount
Chief Javumbo of the Tunkia Chiefdom, Paramount
Chief Vandi Kong of the Barri Chiefdom and Regent
Chief Madam Kula of the Koya Chiefdom, duly
appointed by Paramount Chief Saidu of the said
Chiefdom to be present at the said enquiry in his
stead ;
AND WHEREAS by his judgment dated the twenty-
second day of October, 1924, the Reserve Settlement
Commissioner determined the limits of the said lands
to be as specified in the schedule hereto;
NOW, THEREFORE, I HEREBY ORDER as follows :-
Short title 1. This Order may Le cited as the Forest Reserve
(Gola Forest, West) Order, 1925.
Constitution 2. The lands specified in the schedule hereto shall
of reserve be a forest reserve.
Rights 3. The natives of tne Makpelli, Tunkia, Barri and
reserved Koya Chiefdoms in the Southern Province of the
Protectorate shall be entitled at all times to enter the
forest reserve without fee, let or hindrance, for the
purpose of hunting and fishing, gathering fruits, palm
products and honey, collecting building material and
on licence to fell timber,











SCHEDULE.


Starting from boundary stone No. 1, which is
situated on the Zimmi-Gorahun road in the Makpelli
Chiefdom in the Mano River District of the Southern
Province and distant 22,311 feet from the District
Commissioner's house, Zimmi ; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 308 degrees to boundary stone No. 2, distant
709 feet : thence on a magnetic bearing of 275 degrees
to boundary stone No. 3, distant S,.:I, feet ; thence on
a magnetic bearing of 360 degrees to boundary stone
No. 4, distant 9,084 feet thence on a magnetic bearing
of 59 degrees to boundary stone No. 4a, distant
4,746 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of 360 degrees
to boundary stone No. 4b, distant 1,140 feet ; thence
on a magnetic bearing of 58 degrees to boundary stone
No. 5, distant 4,000 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing
of 360 degrees to boundary stone No. 6, distant
11,100 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of
14 degrees to boundary stone No. 7, distant 3,031 feet;
thence on a magnetic bearing of 360 degress to
boundary stone No. 8, distant .:,1.;'! feet ; thence on a
magnetic bearing of 310 degrees to boundary stone
No. 9, distant 2,933 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing
of 308 degrees to boundary stone No. 10, distant
8,784 feet, which is on the left bank ,f tihe river Moa;
thence upstream along the left bank of the river M\'..
to boundary stone No. 11, distant approximately
3,500 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of 70 degrees
to boundary stone No. 12, distant 8,070 feet; thence
on a magnetic bearing of 90 degrees to boundary stone
No. 13, distant 6,322 feet; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 135 degrees to boundary stone No. 14,
distant 7,906 feet: thence on a magnetic bearing
of 200 degrees to boundary stone No. 15, distant
951 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 180 degrees
to boundary stone No. 16, distant 10,232 feet ; thence
on a magnetic bearing of 270J degrees to boundary
stone No. 17, distant 2,820 feet ; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 2111 degrees to boundary stone No. 18,
distant 1,246 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of
176 degrees to boundary stone No. 19, distant
4,750 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 90 degrees
to boundary stone No. 20, distant 4,452 feet; thence
on a magnetic bearing of 2021 degrees to boundary
stone No. 21, distant 8,407 feet ; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 90 degrees to boundary stone No. 22, distant
576 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 111 degrees
to boundary stone No. 23, distant 3,544 feet; thence
on a magnetic bearing of 180 degrees to boundary
stone No. 24, distant 823 feet ; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 140 degrees to boundary stone No. 25,











distant 2,488 feet, which is situated on the Gorahun-
Zimmi road, distant 18,450 feet from Gorahun ; thence
along the Gorahun-Zinmmi road for a distance of
"2I i,.Is1 feet to boundary stone No. 1, which is described
above.
The lands within the following boundaries are
excluded from the reserve, that is to say beginning
from boundary stone No. 26, which is situated on the
Gobeoma-Golawoma road, about one mile south of
boundary stone No. 13 ; thence on a magnetic bearing of
80 degrees to boundary stone No. 27, distant 289 feet ;
thence on a magnetic! bearing of 360 degrees to
boundary stone No. 28, distant 186 feet; thence on a
magnetic bearing of 80 degrees to boundary stone
No. 29, distant 283 feet : thence on a magnetic bearing
of 190 degrees to boundary stone No. 30, distant 71 feet;
thence on a magnetic Ibearing of 220 degrees to
boundary stone No. 31, distant 288 feet; thence on a
magnetic bearing of 180 degrees to boundary stone
No. 32, distant 138 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing
of 260 degrees to boundary stone No. 33, distant
181 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 220 degrees
to boundary stone No. 34, distant 291 feet; thence on
a magnetic bearing of 255 degrees to boundary stone
No. 35, distant 1,084 feet : thence on a magnetic
bearing of 260 degrees to boundary stone No. 36,
distant 892 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of
310 degrees to boundary stone No. 37, distant 210 feet;
thence on a magnetic bearing of 260 degrees to
boundary stone No. 38, distant 417 feet ; thence on a
magnetic bearing of 360 degrees to boundary stone
No. 39, distant 1,300 feet; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 100 degrees !to boundary stone No. 40,
distant 1,388 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of
20 degrees to boundary stone No. 41, distant 500 feet;
thence on a, magnetic !l..lll, of 126 degrees for
1,083 feet to boundary stone No. 26, which is described
above; thence on a magnetic bearing of 220 degrees to
boundary stone No. 39, distant 2,349 feet; thence on a
magnetic bearing of 290 degrees to boundary stone
No. 40, distant 2,730 feet ; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 240 degrees to boundary stone No. 41,.
distant 3,246 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of
245 degrees to bound ry stone No. 42, distant
6,564 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 307
degrees to boundary stone No. 43, distant 7,728
feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of .12'. degrees to
boundary stone No. 44, distant 6,864 feet; thence along
the Tigwema-La road to boundary stone No. 45, distant
3,855 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 220
degrees to boundary stone No. 46, distant 4,788 feet;
thence on a magnetic bearing of 273 degrees to
boundary stone No. 47, distant 13,356 feet ; thence on













a magnetic bearing of 236 degrees to boundary stone
No. 48, distant 4,200 feet; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 303 degrees to boundary stone No. 49,
distant 5,073 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of
255 degrees to boundary stone No. 50, distant 2,400
feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of 311 degrees to
boundary stone No. 51, distant 13,467 feet ; thence on
a magnetic bearing of 237-l degrees to boundary stone
No. 52, distant 3,129 feet ; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 335 degrees to boundary stone No. 53,
distant 7,245 feet ; thence along the Goramhn-Zimmi
road for 21,048 feet to boundary stone No. 1. which is
described above.
The land within the following boundaries is excluded
from the reserve, that is to say, beginning from
boundary stone No.54 which is situated on the 3unjeima-
Hanguihlin road (;,(i90 feet south of the point where
the road crosses the reserve boundary between
boundary stone Nos. 48 and 49 thence on a magnetic
hearing of 344 degrees to boundary stone No. 55,
distant 1,..e. feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of
22(; degrees to boundary stone No. 56, distant
.',.:i., feet; thence 'upstream along the right bank of
the Mahu river to boundary stone No. 57, distant
4,950 feet, and thence on a magnetic bearing of
29(; degrees to boundary stone No. 54, which is
described above.

Dated this 8th day of March, 1925.



A. R. SLATER,
Governor.


M.P'. (86823.



















Gazetted 14 th Mlrch, 19"5.

Order No. 16 /' 19)5.


GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


WHEREAS the tribal authorities of the Tunkia and
Makpelli chieldoms in the Mano River District in the
Southern Province of the Protectorate, have requested
that certain lands situat( in the said chiefdoms and
specified in the d.I .lI l. I,.. I.. should be constituted
a forest reserve;

AND VWHREAS an enquiry was held under the
Ordinance 8 2Foestry Ordinance, 1912, at Zimmi in the Makpelli
Chiefdom on the twenty-second day of October, 1)924,
by the Reserve Settlemennt Commissioner, with the
assistance of Paramount Chief Sheakka Massaquoi
of the Gbemma Chiefdoin, Paramount Chief Vandi
Ngunya of the Perri Chiefdom, Paramount Chief
.lavtmbo of the Tunkia Chiefdom and Paramount
ChIief Pessinia Korf of the Makpelli Chiefdom ;

AND WHEREAS by hi' ', I- in Il dated the twenty-
second day of October, l'.: I, I. IReserve Settlement
Commissioner determined the limits of the said lands
to be as specified in the schedule hereto;
NOW, THEREFORE, I HEREBY ORDER as follows:-

Short title 1. This Order may be cited as the Forest Reserve
(Gola Forest, East) Order, ,I7.",.

Constitution 2.. The lands specified in the schedule hereto shall
of reserve he a forest reserve.

Rights re- 3. The natives of the Tunkia and M .1q.. III
served chiefdoms in the Mano River District in the Southern
Province of the Protectorate shall be entitled at all
times to enter the forest reserve without fee, let or
hinderance, for the purpose of hunting and fishing,
gathering fruits, palm products and honey, collecting
building material, and on licence to fell timber,











SCHEDULE.

Beginning from boundary stone No. 1, which is situated on the
Zimmi-Gorahun road in the Makpelli Chiefdom of the Mano
River District of the Southern Province, and distant about 14,000
yards from the District Comnuissioner's house at Ziini ; thence
on a magnetic bearing of 125 degrees to boundary stone No. 2,
distant 2,070 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of 165 degrees
to boundary stone No. 3, distant 3,990 feet ; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 130 degrees to boundary stone No. 4, distant 1,304 feet;
thence on a magnetic bearing of 1391 degrees to boundary stone
No. 5, distant 490 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 100
degrees to boundary stone No. 6, distant 2,610 feet ; thence on a
magnetic bearing of 1';. degrees to boundary stone No. 7, distant
1,316 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 122 degrees to
boundary stone No. 8, distant 2,388 feet : thence on a magnetic
bearing of 180 degrees to boundary stone No. 9, distant 7,212 feet;
thence on a magnetic bearing of 123' degrees to boundary stone
No. 10; distant 3,200 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of 200
degrees to boundary stone No. 11, distant 625 feet ; thence on a
magnetic bearing of 123. degrees to boundary stone No. 12, distant
12,384 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 149 degrees to
boundary stone No. 13, distant 1,857 feet; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 240 degrees to boundary stone No. 14, distant .,'.'; feet;
thence on a magnetic bearing of 158' degrees to boundary stone
No. 15, distant 7,.,'.; feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 113,
degrees to boundary stone No. 16, distant 4,485 feet ; thence on a
magnetic bearing of 110 degrees to boundary stone No. 17, distant
3,916 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 170 degrees to
boundary stone No. 18, distant 459 feet ; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 110 degrees to boundary stone No. 19, distant 2,438 feet;
thence upstream along the right bank of the Mano River to
boundary stone No. 19a, distant ..,i'5 feet ; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 343 degrees to boundary stone No. 19b, distant 3,354
feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 5 degrees to boundary stone
No. 19c, distant 150 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of 32
degrees to boundary stone No. 19d, distant 3,660 feet; thence on a
magnetic bearing of 345 degrees to boundary stone No. 19e, distant
926 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of 59 degrees to boundary
stone No. 19f, distant 2,005 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of
120 degrees to boundary stone No. 19g, distant 2,086 feet ; thence
on a magnetic bearing of 80 degrees to boundary stone No. 19h,
distant 2,700 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of ;..;; degrees
to boundary stone No.- 19i, distant 1,057 feet ; thence on a
magnetic bearing of 80 degrees to boundary stone No. 19j, distant
3,718 feet; thence upstream along the right bank of the Mano
River to boundary stone No. 20, distant 23,655 feet ; thence on a
magnetic bearing of 335 degrees to boundary stone No. 21, distant
625 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of 40 degrees to boundary
stone No. 22 distant 1,548 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of
332 degrees to boundary stone No. 23, distant 2,715 feet ; thence
on a magnetic bearing of 340 degrees to boundary stone No. 24
distant 496 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 12 degrees to,












boundary stone No. 25, distant 2,924 feet ; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 90 degrees to boundary stone No. 26, distant 5,212 feet:
thence on a magnetic bearing of 122- degrees to boundary stone
No. 27, distant 11,561.feet; thence upstream along the right bank
of the Alano River to its junction with the Morro River, distant
8,715 feet from boundary stone No. 27; and thence upstream
along the right bank of the Morro River to boundary stone No. 28,
distant 37,245 feet from boundary stone No. 27 ; thence on a
magnetic bearing of 328 degrees t. I'...l.ii ,., stone No. 29, distant
3,600 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 55 degrees to
boundary stone No. 30, distant 8341 feet ; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 9 degrees to boundary stone No. 31, distant 397 feet;
thence on a magnetic bearing of ,-'.; degrees to boundary stone
No. 32, distant 240 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 250
degrees to boundary stone No. 33, distant 161 feet ; thence on a
nmgnetic bearing of 9 degrees to boundary stone No. 34, distant
593 feet thence on a magnetic bearing of ;>5 degrees to boundary
Stone No. 35, distant 824 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of
328 degrees to boundary stone No. 36, distant 6,790 feet; thence on
a magnetic bearing of 271 degrees to boundary stone No. 37,-distant
19,417 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 180 degrees to
boundary stone No. 38, distant 4,698 feet ; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 220 degrees to boundary stone No. 39, distant 2,349
feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of 290 degrees to boundary
stone No. 40, distant 2,730 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of
240 degrees to boundary stone No. 41, distant 3,246 feet ; thence
on a magnetic bearing of 245 degrees to boundary stone No. 42,
distant 6,564 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 307 degrees to
boundary stone No. 43, distant 7,728 feet ; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 326 degrees to boundary stone No. 44, distant 6,864
feet; thence along the Tigwema-La road to'boundary stone No.
45, distant 3,855 feet; thence or a magnetic bearing of 220
degrees to boundary stone No. 46, distant 4,788 feet ; thence on
a magnetic bearing of 273 degrees to boundary stone No. 47,
distant 13,356 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of 236 degrees
to boundary stone No. 48, distant 4,200 feet ; thence on a
magnetic bearing of 303 degrees to boundary stone No. 49, distant
5,073 feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 255 degrees to
boundary stone No. 50, distant ', Ill feet ; thence on a magnetic
bearing of 311 degrees to boundary stone No. 51 distant 13,467
feet; thence on a magnetic bearing of 237 degrees to boundary
stone No. 52, distant 3,129 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of
335 degrees to boundary stone No. 53, distant 7,245 feet ; thence
along the Gorahun-Zimmi road for 21,048 feet to boundary stone
No. 1, which is described above.

The land within the following boundaries is excluded from the
Reserve, that is to say, beginning from boundary stone No. 54,
which is situated on the Bunjeima-Banguihun road, 6,690 feet
south of the point where the road crosses the Reserve boundary
between boundary stone No. 48 and boundary stone No. 49;
thence on a magnetic bearing of 344 degrees to boundary stone
No. 55, distant 1,586 feet ; thence on a magnetic bearing of 226












degrees to boundary stone No. 56, distant 2,565 feet ; thence
upstream along the right bank of the Mamu River to boundary
stone No. 57, distant 4,950 feet; and thence on a magnetic
bearing of 296 degrees to boundary stone No. 54, which is
described above.




Dated this 8th day of March, 1925.




A. R. SLATER,
Governor.


M.P. 686123.


















Gazetted 21sl .11l,, .., 1925.

Order, No. 17 oq 1925.


GOVERNOR'S ORDER.

Section 59 of By .virtue of the powers vested in me by section 59
o. 33 of of the Protectorate Ordinance, 1901, I HEREBY ORDER
as follows :-

Short title 1. This Order may be cited as the Boiama House
Tax (Exemption) Order, 1925.

Exemption 2. The forty-eight houses in the town of Boiama,
of certain
houses in in the Malain Chiefdom, Sumbuya District, Southern
Boiamafrom Province, which have been destroyed by fire, shall be
house tax
in respect of exempt from the payment of house tax in respect of
1925
192 the year 1925.



Dated this 12th day of March. 1925.




A. R. SLATER,
Governor.


M.P. 885125.

















Gazetted 28th .March, 1925.

Order No. 18 of 1926.

GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


By virtue of the powers vested in me by section 59 Section 59 of
of the Protectorate Ordinance, 1901, I HIEREBY ORDER .133 of1
as follows :-
1. This Order may be cited as the Mando House Short title
Tax (Exemption) Order, 1925.
2. The fourteen houses in the town of Mando, in Exemption
the Sogbini Chiefdom, Snubuya District, Sonthern of certain
houses in
Province, which have been destroyed by tire, shall be Mando from
house tax in
exempt from the payment of house tax in respect of respect of
the year 1925. 1925





Dated this 18th day of March, 1925.



A. R. SLATER,
Gov'rnor.


M P. 836125.







86


A. <






Gazellrd 11th April, 1925.

Order No. 19 of 1925.


GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


Section 5, By1 virtue of the powers vested in me by section 59
of No. :33 of
1901 of the Protectorate O',linance, 1901, I H11EREBY ORDER
is follows:-

Short title 1. This Order may he cited as the Pelahnn House
Tax (Exemption) Order, 1925.

Exemption 2. The fourteen houses in the town of Pelahun
of certain
ouses in Nongowa Chiefidom, Kennema District, Central Pro-
Pelahun vince, which have been destroyed by fire, shall be
from house
tax in res- exempt from the payment of house tax in respect of
peet of 1925 tlhe year 1925.




Dated this 5th dlay of April, 1925.





A. R. SLATER,
Governor.


.LP. 101825,


















Gazetted 11th April, 1925.

Order No. 20 r' 1925.

GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


By virtue of the power vested in me by section Section, 5 of
5) of the Protectorate Ordinance, 19i01, 1 HnREBY ii;'1
ORDER as follows :--

1. This Order may be cited as the Tengema House Short title
Tax (Exemption) Order, 1925.

2. The nineteen houses in the town of Tengema, Exemption
Nongoba Bullom Chiefdom, Boothe )District, which of certain
houses inl the
have beeni destroyed by fire, shall be exempt from towll of
Tcn~gema
the payment of house tax in respect of the year 1925. from house
tax in res-
pect of 1 925

Dated this 4th day of April, 1925.




A, R. SLATER,
Governor.


.P. 972/25.


















Gazetted 14th April,! 1925.

Order No. 21 of 1925.


GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


Section 2 of WHEREAS in the Canary Islands there exist more
No. 16 of
1914. than a single case of infections or contagious disease,
to wit, plague.

NOW, THEREFORIE, by virtue of the powers vested in
me by section two of the Quarantine Ordinance, 1914,
I
I HEREBY ORDERi as fVolhws :-

Short title 1. This Order may be cited as the Canary Island
Quarantine Order, 12I'..

Declaration 2. The Canary Islands are hereby declared to be
that the
Canr"y snde (until this Order is evoked) infected places within
lace the meaning of the said Ordinance.


Dated this 9th day of April, 1925.


A. R. SLATER,
Governor.


M.P. 53525,


















Gazetted 14th April, 1925.


Order No. 22 of 1925.

GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


WHEREAS at Lagos, Nigeria Colony, there exist Section 2 of
No. 16 of
more than a single non-imported case of infectious or 191-
contagious disease, to wit, Bubonic plague.

NoW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the powers vested in
me by section two of the Quarantine Ordinance, 1914,
I HEREBY ORDER as follows :-

1. This Order nimy be cited as the Lagos, Nigeria, Short title
Quarantine Order, 1!)925.

2. Lagos, Nigeria, is hereby declared to be (until Declaration
that Lagos,
this Order is revoked) an infected place within the Nigeria, is
an infected
meaning of the said Ordinance. place




Dated this 11th day of April, 1925.



A. R. SLATER,
Governor.


i.P. 2442L.



















nettedd 9th _11,/. 1925.

Order io. 33 of 1925.


G VERNOR'S ORDER.


Ordinance By virtue of the lIower vested in me by sub-section
No. 25 of (0 of seei n twelve of the Interpretation Ordinance,
190(i, I JIE BY DIRECT AND ORDER as follows:-

Short title 1. This 0ler may be cited as the Documentary
Evidence Ordei 1I',.

Matter 2. Matter prii ed lor the Government by Waterlow
printed b and Son Limited, avrying on the business of printers
Waterlo b
and Sons. in London, Englant shall bIe deemed to be printed by
Itd.
the Government IPr'iit\r.



Dated this 3rd day of May, Il:'.;.



R. SLATER,
Governor.


m.. 3486/23.



















Gazetted 9th May, 1925.

Order No. 24 of 1925.

GOVERNOR'S ORDER.


WHEREAS by virtue of the power vested in me by Section 2 of
No. 1(W of
section 2 of the Quarantine Ordinance, 1914, I did, by 4 of
an Order bearing date the 9th of April, li .',
declare that, until the said Order was revoked, the
Canary Islands were declared to be infected places
within the meaning of the said Ordinance.

NOW, THEREFORE, I HEREBY ORDER as follows :
1. This Order may be cited as the Canary Islands Short title
(Revocation) Order, 1925.

2. The above recited Order declaring the Canary Revocation
of Order No,.
Islands to be infected places is hereby revoked. 21 of 1925




Dated this 6th day of May, 1925.



H. C. LUKE,
Governor's Deputy.


M.P. 535/25.





Province and Chiefdom.
District.


* CENTRAL
PROVINCE.
P INDIEMPU
D ISTRTCT.


Bougre


Onld.





Portion of ro d from
Mamboma t Pen-
dembu Tpper
Bambarra).
Portion of roa from
Miamboma to eka
(Jahn).
SPortion of roadom
Mamboma to
Bunumbu (P je
West).
Portion of road fro
Mamboma t
Manowa (Pej
East).
Portion (,f road from
Mamboma to
Baiima (Mando).
! 1


Area.







Extending to
a distance of
sixty-six feet
on each side
of the road
and along the
whole length
of the road
as far as it
lies within
the chief-
do m.


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6 zetted 30th May, 1925.

Order No. 25 of 1925.


G VERNOR'S ORDER.


Short title 1. This rder Lty be cited as the Bush Fire
Prevention protective Belts) (Amendment) Order,
1925.
Amendment 2. The four i paragraph of the preamble to the
of preamble Bush Fire Prevettion (Protective Belts) Order, 1924,
to Order shall be amended y the insertion of the word "rivers"
o. 17 between the wor the roads and the words
and streams."
Amendment 3. The Bush Fir~ Prevention (Protective Belts)
of schedule Order, 1924, shall be\amended by the addition to the
to Order First Schedule thereto of the following:-
No. 17 of
1924.

ROADS.