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Legislation of Sierra Leone
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 Material Information
Title: Legislation of Sierra Leone
Uniform Title: Laws, etc. (Legislation of Sierra Leone)
Alternate Title: Supplement to the laws with an index of legislation in force
Spine title: Sierra Leone ordinances
Cover title: Ordinances of the colony of Sierra Leone
Legislation of the colony of Sierra Leone
Physical Description: v. : ; 25 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Sierra Leone
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Freetown
Creation Date: 1916
Frequency: annual
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Session laws -- Sierra Leone   ( lcsh )
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General Note: Title from cover, 19 -1921, 1929, 1931. Title from label on cover, 1922-28, 1932, 1934- .
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    Chronological index to the ordinances, orders in council, governor's orders, regulations, proclamations, etc., of the Colony of Sierra Leone, passed during the year 1916
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CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX to the Ordinances,
Orders.in Council, Governor's Orders,
Regulations, Proclamations, etc.,
of the Colony of Sierra Leone,
passed during the year
1916.


ORDINANCES, 1916.


No. Title. Page. Remarks.


Supplementary
nance, 1915.


Appropriation Ordi-


European and Asiatics Passengers
Ordinance, 1916.

Trading with the Enemy (Extension
of Powers) Ordinance, 1916.

Customs Exportation Restriction Ordi-
nance, 1916.

Marriage of British Subjects (Facili-
ties) Ordinance, 1916.

Coin Import and Export Ordinance;
1916.

Trading with the Enemy (Custodian)
Ordinance, 1916.

British Nationality and Status of
Aliens (Fees) Ordinance, 1916.

Medical Practitioners, Midwives, Den-
tists and Druggists (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1916.


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Ordi-


Assented to on 30th June, 1916.
Non-disallowance gazetted
26th August, 1916. (No.'-1641).
In force from 1st January, 1917.
Non-disallowande gazetted
2nd Sept'ber, 1916. (No. 1642).
Assented to on 10th July, 1916.
Non-disallowance gazette
2nd Sept'ber, 1916. (No. 1642).
Assented to on 2nd Aug'st, 1916.
Non-disallowance gazetted
30th Sept'ber, 1916. (No. 1647).
Assentedto on 23rd Aug'st, 1916.
Non-disallowance gazetted
21st October, 1916. (No. 1(51).
Assented to on 31 st Aug'st. 1916.
Non-disallowance gazetted
4th Nov'ber, 1916. (No. 16i53).
Assented to on 5th Oct., 1916.
Non-disallowance gazetted
10th February, 1917. (No. 1671.)
Assented to on 6th Oct.. 1916.
Non-disallowance gazetted
9th Dec'ber, 1916. (No. 1660).
Assented to on 7th Oct., 1916.
Non-disallowance gazetted
9th Dec'ber, 1916. (No. 1660).
Assented to on 4th Dec., 1916.
Non-disallowance gazetted
24thFebru ry, 1917. (No.1675).
Assented to on 7th Dec., 1916.
Non-disallowance gazette
24th March, 1917. (No. 1679).


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Appropriation Ordinance, 1917.

Marine Discipline Transport
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ORDINANCES--continued.


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:Assented to on 8th Dec., 1916.
Non-disallowance gazetted
3rd February, 1916. (No. 1670).
Assented to on 8th Dec., 1916.
Non-disallowance gazetted
3rd February, 1917. (No. 1670).
Assented to on 9th Dec., 1916.


Prize Courts Acts, etc. I
Prize Courts Acts, 1915. 43'

Government Notice re rights, powers, 47
etc., imposed upon District Commis-
sioner, Sherbio District.

Government Notice appointing Dis- 49
trict Commissioner, Sherbro Dis-
trict, to give written authority for
the withdrawal of flint-lock guns
and common gunpowder at Bonthe.

Nigeria British and Colonial Probates' 51
Ordinance, 1915, made applicable to
certain British possessions.


ORDERS IN COUNCIL.


Title.


Page.


-Appointment of New Police Court.

Application of the Probate (British
and Colonial) Recognition Orli-
nance No..7 of 1915 to Nigeria.

Declaration of Karene District as an
infected place.

Prohibition of the keeping of swine at
the villages of Wilberforce and
Murray Town.


Remarks.


Passed Executive Council on
7th February, 1916.
Passed Executive Council on
7th February, 1916.


Passed, Executive Council on
20th March, 1916.

Passed Executive Council on
20th March, 1916.


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Telegraphs (Amendment) Ordinance, 35
1916.

Pensions (War Service in East Africa) 37
Ordinance, 1916.

Trading with the Enemy (Powers of 39
Controller) Ordinance, 1916.


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ORDERS IN COUNCIL-conitzued.


No. Tit


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5


Amendment
Traders.

Amendmeiit
Traders.


of Statutory List of


of Statutory List of


17 Extension of the Tribal "Adininistra-
tion (Freetown) Ordinance, 1905, to
the Sherbro Judicial District.

18 Appointment of Public Markets.

19 Amendment of Statutory List of
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Application of the Probate (British
and Colonial) Recognition Ordi-
nance No. 7 of 1915 to the Gold
Coast.

Declaration of Port Lokko as a Sanitary
District.

New Prison at Makene.

Amendment of Regulations in Post
Office Savings Bank Ordinance,
'1898.

Pensions (War Service) Regulations,
1916.

Exemption of gifts for the Troops
from Customs Duties.

Application of certain of the Public
Health (Protectorate) Rules to the
Sanitary District of Port Lokko.

Exemption of Rice from Customs
Duties.

Prohibition of importation of Five
Franc Piece into the Colony.

Permission to keep swine in certain
districts.


Remarks.


Passed Executive Council on
27th March, 1916.



Passed Executive Council on
10th April, 1916.

Passed Executive Council on
22nd May, 1916.
Passed Executive Council on
6th March, 1916.


Passed Executive Council on .
15th May, 1916.

Passed Executive Council on
26th June, 1916.

Passed Executive Council on
21st August, 1916.


Passed Executive Council on
21st August. 1916.

Passed Executive Council on
4th September. 1916.

Passed Executive Council on
28th August, 1916.

Passed Executive Council on
28th August, 1916.

Passed Executive Council on
28th August, 1I 16.

Passed Executive Council on
28th August, 1916. In force
from 1st November. 1916.

Passed Executive Council on
llth September, 19)16.
Passed Executive Council on
18th September, 1916.


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No. Title. Page. Remarks.


Amendment
Traders.
Amendment
Traders.
Amendment
Traders.


of Statutory

of Statutory


List of

List of


of Statutory List of


Particulars of Return to be forwarded
under section 3 of the European
and Asiatic Passengers Ordinance,
1916.
Amendment of Statutory List of
Traders.
Application of certain of the Public
Health (Protectorate) Rules to the
Sanitary District of Bo.
Declaration and Delimitation of Pio-
hibited Areas.
Amendment of Statutory List of
Traders.

Control of the Trade in Intoxicating
Liquors.
Application of the Colonial Probates
Act, 1892, to the Colony of Sierra
Leone.'


Passed Executive Council on
18th September, 1916.

Passed Executive Council on
18th September, 1916.

Passed Executive Council on
3rd October, 1916.

Passed Executive Council on
23rd October, 1916.


Passed Executive Council on
30th October, 1916.

Approved in Executive Council
on 20th November, 1916.

Passed Executive Council on.
23rd October, 1916.

Passed Executive Council on
27th November, 1916.

Dated 5th December, 1916.


GOVERNOR'S ORDERS.


Title.


Constitution of a Forest Reserve in
the Headquarters District.

Declaration of portion of the Karene
District as an infected place.

Appointment of Public Vaccinators.

Declaration of the City of Freetown
as an infected place.


Remarks.


Dated 13th January, 1916.

Dated 14th March, 1916.


Dated 22nd March, 1916.

Dated 23rd March, 1916.


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No, Title. Page. Remarks.


5 Appointment of Public Vaccinators. 7 Dated 11th April, 1916.


6 Declaration of the Police District of 8 Dated 11th April, 1916.
Freetown to be an infected place.


7 Declaration of the City of Freetown 9 Dated 10th June, 1916.
to be no longer infected.


8 Extension of certain houses at Mangb- 10 Dated 24th June, 1916.
waya, Bane Chiefdom in the Railway
District from payment of house
tax.

9 Declaration of the Police District of 11 Dated 22nd July, 1916.
Freetown to be no longer infected.



REGULATIONS.


No. Title. Page. Remarks.


1 Quarantine Regulations. 1 Passed Executive Council on
23rd March, 1916

2 Regulations relative to house to house 4 Passed Executive Council on
visitation, made under the Public 17th April, 1916.
Health Ordinance, 1905.

3 Anti-Small Pox Regulations. 6 Passed Executive Council on
22nd May, 919W.

4 Censorship (Evasion) Regulations, 9 Passed Executive Council on
1916. 17th July, 1916.

5 Anti-Small Pox Regulations. 11 Passed Executive Council on
2211d May, 1916.

6 Aliens Restriction Regulations, 1916. 14 Passed Executive Council on
31st July, 191A.

7 Regulations made by the Tribal Ruler 16 Approved 25th October, 1916.
of the Mendi and Sherbro Tribes.


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Maximum prices for which certain
articles of food may be sold.

Forces in the Colony and Protectorate
to be on active service for a further
period of three months

Prohibition of exportation of fats and
oils, animal and vegetable, nuts,
seeds and products.

Maximum price for sale of certain
articles.

Exportation of certain articles to
Switzerland prohibited.

Maximum price for sale of rice and oil,
cottonseed. "

Presentation of all persons within the
City of Freetown for vaccination.

Forces in the Colony and Protectorate
to be on active service for a further
period of three months.

Presentation of all persons outside the
boundaries of the City of Freetown
and within the Freetown Police
District, for vaccination.

Maximum price for the sale of flour.

Maximum price for the sale of certain
articles.

Regulations relative to censorship and
the control and suppression of pub-
lications, etc.

Application Qf Proclamation No. 11 of
1st June, 1916, to Bonthe in the
Sherbro District.

Forces in the Colony and Protectorate
to be on active service for a further
period of three months.


1 Dated 7th January, 1916.


3 Dated 12th January, 1916.


4 Dated 10th February, 1916.



6 Dated 12th February, 1916.

9 Dated 18th March, 1916.


20 Dated 18th March, 1916.


21 Dated 22nd March, 1916.


23 Dated 18th March, 1916.


24 Dated 12th April, 1916.



26 Dated 16th May, 1916.

27 Dated 1st June, 1916.


29 Dated 15th June, 1916.


32 Dated 22nd June, 1916


33 Dated 12th July, 1916.


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No. Title. Page Remarks.


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Maximum price for the sale of lard
(except lardine),

List of prohibited articles.

Maximum price for the sale of rice.


The Trading with the enemy (Statu-
tory List).

Maximum price for the sale of rice.

Maximum price of sale of milk and
cocoa and milk.

Prohibition of exportation of certain
goods to Sweden.

Maximum price for the sale of rice.

Forces in the Colony and Protectorate
to be on active service for a further
period of three months.

Amendments in schedule to Proclama-
tion No. 16 of 10th August, 1916.

Amendments in schedule to Procla-
mation No. 16 of 10th August,
1916.

Maximum price for sale of butter,
sugar and flour.

Maximum price for sale of rice
(native) and biscuits (cabin bread).

Further amendments in schedule to
Proclamation No. 16 of 10th August,
1916.

Compulsory vaccination in the Head-
quarters Districts.


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36 Dated 10th August, 1916.

57 Dated 12th August, 1916.


59 Dated 16th August, 1916.


91 Dated 8th September, 1916.

93 Dated 16th September, 1916.


95 Dated 26th September, 1916.


97 Dated 28th September, 1916.

99 Dated 12th October, 1916.



101 Dated 13th October, 1916.


106 Dated 28th October, 1916.



110 Dated 30th October, 1916.


112 Dated 15th November, 1916.


114 Dated 15th November, 1916.



117 Dated 29th November, 1916.


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PROCLAMATIONS-continued.


No. Title. Page. Remarks.


Return of property in Enemy terri-
tory belonging to persons residing
within the limits of the Colony and
Protectorate of Sierra Leone.
Compulsory vaccination in the Dibia
Chiefdom, Karene District.
Amendments in schedule to Procla-
mation No. 16 of 10th August, 1916.


Dated 6th December, 1916.



Dated 7th December, 1916.

Dated 8th December, 1916.


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Supplementary Appropriation, Ordinance, 1916.




COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.

No. 1 of 1916.

In His Majesty's name I assent
QS t.o this Ordinance this Thirtieth
day of June, 1916.

R. J. WILKINSON,
Governor.
30th June. 1916.

AN ORDINANCE to legalise certain payments
made in the year 1915 for the Public
Service of the Coloniy, in excess of the
appropriations authorised by law.

[30th June, 1916.]

WT'HEREAS certain expenditure has been incurred for the
Public Service of the Colony in the year 1915, in excess of
the appropriations authorised 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 :

, 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Supplementary Appro- Short title.
priation Ordinance, 1915.

2. The sums of money set forth in the Schedule hereto Sanction for
annexed, having been expended for the services therein respec- expenditure
tively mentioned beyond the amount sanctioned and appropriated in 1915 in
by the Appropriation Ordinance, 1915, tihe same are .hereby excess of ap-
declared to have been duly and necessarily paid, laid out and authorized."
expended for the service of the Colony in the year 1915, and are No. 19 of
hereby approved, allowed and granted in addition to the amount 1914.
mentioned in the. Ordinance aforesaid.









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8upplementary Approprijuiin Ordinance, 1916.


SCHEDULE.
Supplementary
No. Head of Service. Appropriation
Authorised.
s. 7 d.
2 Pensions ... ... ... 2,222 19 7

26 Freetown Water Works ... 2,213 11 2

Survey of Freetown ... ... 18 7 2

27 Railway Surveys ... ... 44 19 11

4,499 17 '10



Passed in the Legislative Council this Fourteenth day of June do
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixteen.


F. A. MILLER,
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.


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European a d Asiat'ic Passeni/ers Ordinaiwe, 1916.
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COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.
No. 2 of 1916.
.In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this Sixth
day of July, 1916.

R. J. WILKINSON,
(-ovejrnor.
6th July, 1916.

AN ORDINANCE to provide for the registration Aw
of arrivals and departures of Europeans
1b and Asiatics. *
[6th July, 1916.]

0 W HEREAS it is expedient to introduce a system of registration 0
whereby the accuracy of the statistics of the European and
Asiatic population in the Colony and its Dependencies can be
secured .-
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 :-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the European and Asiatic Short title.
Passengers Ordinance, 1916.
2. For the purposes of this Ordinance the term "European Definitioh of
shall be taken to include any person other than an African or an European.
Asiatic.
3. (1) The master of every ship, whether a British or Foreign Return to be
ship which carries any European or Asiatic passenger to a place in furnished by
ihe Colony from any place outside the Colony, or from any place masters of
in the Colony to any place outside the Colony, shall furnish to iser as to
such person and in such manner as the Governor in Council may
direct a return giving the total number of any European and
Asiatic passengers so carried, distinguishing, if so directed by the
Governor-in-Council, the total number of any class of such
passengers so carried, and giving such particulars with respect to
these passengers as may be for the time being required by the
Governor-in- Council.
(2) Any European or Asiatic passenger shall furnish the-
master of the ship with any information required by him for the
purpose of the return.
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(3) If the master of a ship fails to make a return as
required by this Ordinance or makes a false return, and if any
passenger refuses to give any information required by the master
of the ship for the purpose of the return required by this
Ordinance, or gives any false information for the purpose, the
master or passenger shall be liable for each offence, on summary
conviction, to a fine not exceeding Twenty pounds.

4. This Ordinance shall come into effect on the First day
of January, 1917.

Passed in the Legislative Council this Fourteenth day of June
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixteen.


F. A. MILLER,
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,


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Trading with the Enemy (Extenston of Powers) Ordinance, 1916.




COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE. CAl

No. 3 of 1916.

In His Majesty's name I assent
Sto this Ordinance this Tenth
day of July,. 1916.

R. J. WILKINSON,
Governor.
10th July, 1916.


AN ORDINANCE to provide for the extension
of the restrictions relating to trading with
the enemy to persons to whom, though not
resident or carrying on businessin enemy
territory, it is by reason of their enemy
nationality or enemy associations expedient
to extend such restrictions.
[10th July, 1916.]

B E 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 Trading with the Short title.
Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916.
2. (1) The Governor may by Proclamation prohibit all persons Governor
or bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, resident, may by
carrying on business, or being in the Colony or Protectorate from Proclama-
trading with any persons or bodies of persons not resident or tion prohibit
carrying on business -in enemy territory or in territory in trading with
occupation of the enemy (other than persons or bodies of persons enemy
incorporated or unincorporated, residing or carrying on business nationality,
solely within His Majesty's Dominions) wherever by reason of etc.
the enemy nationality or enemy association of such person or
bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, it appears to
the Governor expedient so to do, and if any person acts in
contravention of any such Proclamation he shall be guilty of
a misdemeanor triable and punishable in like manner as the
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(2) Any list of persons and bodies of persons, incorporated
b or unincorporated, with whom such trading is prohibited by a
Proclamation under this Ordinance may be varied or added to by
an Order made by the Governor-in-Council.

(3) The provisions of the Trading with the Enemy Ordi-
nance, 1914, and the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance (No. 2),
1914, and of all other enactments relating to trading with the
enemy shall, subject to such exceptions and adaptations as may be
prescribed by Proclamation by the Governor, apply in respect of
such persons and bodies of persons as aforesaid as if. for reference
therein to trading with the enemy there were substituted refer-
ences to trading with such persons and bodies of persons as
aforesaid, and for references to enemies there were substituted
references to such persons and bodies of persons as aforesaid, and
for references to offences under the Trading with the Enemy
Ordinance, 1914, and the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance
(No. 2), 1914, or either of those Ordinances, there were substituted
references to offences under this Ordinance.

(4) For the purpose of this Ordinance a person shall be
deemed to have traded with a person or body of persons to whom
a Proclamation issued under this Ordinance applies, if he enters
into any transaction or does any act with, to, or on behalf of, or *
for the benefit of, such person or body of persons which, if entered
into or done with, to, or on behalf of, or for the benefit of, an
enemy would be trading with the enemy.

Passed in the Legislative Council this Fourteenth day of June
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixteen.


F. A. MILLER,
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.


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COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.

No. 4 of 1916.

In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this Second
day of August, 1916.

R. J. WILKINSON,
Governor.

2nd August, 1916.




AN ORDINANCE to provide for the Restriction
of the Exportation of goods.

[2nd August, 1916.]

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 Customs Exportation Short title.
Restriction Ordinance, 1916."

2. Notwithstanding anything in the Sierra Leone Customs
Consolidation Ordinance, 1902", or in the Firearms, Ammunition, No. 12 of 1902.
Gunpowder and Munitions of War Ordinance, 1908 ", it shall be No. 10 of 1908.
lawful for the Comptroller of Customs to refuse permission to The comp-
export any goods, whether or not such goods be the subject of any troller ofmay
prohibition or restriction of exportation or to make the grant of refuse
such permission subject to such conditions as may in the circum- export goods.
stances appear to be desirable.

3. i. The Comptroller of Customs may remove from any ship The Comp-
and detain any goods consigned to or by any person or Customs may
body of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, with detain goods in
whom trading is prohibited under the Trading with
the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, No. 3 of 1916.
whether such goods are documented for discharge or
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Customs Exportation Restriction Ordinance, 1916.

ii. Any such goods may be dealt with as if an offence
under the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914,
had been committed in' respect thereof within the
Colony.
iii. Goods includes money and securities therefore.


4. This Ordinance shall extend to the Protectorate of Sierra
Leone, and to the territories near or adjacent thereto wherein His
Majesty may at any time before or after the commencement of
this Ordinance have acquired powers and jurisdiction, and to the
Colonial Waters.


Passed in the Legislative Council this twelfth (lay of July in
the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixteen.

F. A. MILLER,
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.

F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Legislative Cotncil.


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Marriage of British Subjects (Facilities) Ordinance, 1916.



COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.
No. 5 of 1916.
In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this Twenty-
third day of August, 1916.

R. J. WILKINSON,
Governor.
23rd August, 1916.

AN ORDINANCE to facilitate marriages between
British Subjects resident in the Colony
and Protectorate of Sierra Leone and
British Subjects resident in the United
Kingdom.
[23rd August, 1916.]
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 Marriage of British Short Title.
Subjects (Facilities) Ordinance, 1916.

2. (1) Where a marriage is intended to be celebrated or Facilities for
contracted under the provisions of the Christian Marriage Marriage
between
Ordinance, 1906, or the Civil Marriage Ordinance, 1910, in any British
part of the Colony or Protectorate of Sierra Leone between a subjects
British subject resident in England, Scotland, or Ireland and a resident
British subject resident in the said Colony or Protectorate, a in the
certificate for marriage issued in England by a Superintendent, Colnyater
Registrar or in Scotland or Ireland by a Registrar, or a certificate of Sierra
of Proclamation of banns issued in Scotland, shall in the said Leone and
Colony and Protectorate have the same effect for the purpose of British
authorising the celebration of such marriage in a public place of subjects
resident in
worship or for the purpose of contracting a marriage before a the United
Registrar, as a certificate of publication of banns under section 4 of Kingdom.
the Christian Marriage Ordinance, 1906, or a certificate issued No. 22 of
under section 7 of the Civil Marriage Ordinance, 1910, by the 1906.
Registrar of the District in which such marriage is to be No. 9 of
contracted respectively: Provided that nothing in this sub-section 1910.
shall be deemed to authorise the contracting of a marriage by a
native contrary to the intention of section 4 of the Civil Marriage
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(2) Where a marriage is intended to be celebrated or
contracted in the United Kingdom between a British
subject resident in the said Colony or Protectorate and
a British subject resident in England, Scotland, or
Ireland, banns may be published and a certificate of
such publication may be given under the provisions of
the Christian Marriage Ordinance, 1906, or notice of
such intended marriage may be given and a certificate
of such notice may be issued under the provisions of
the Civil Marriage Ordinance, 1910, in like manner as
if the marriage were intended to be celebrated or
contracted in the said Colony or Protectorate.


(3), For the .purposes of this Ordinance the expression
Certificate for marriage in reference to certificates
issued in Scotland shall mean a certificate of due
publication of notice of intention to.marry.

Passed in the Legislative Council this Ninth day of August
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixteen.

F. A. MILLER,,
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.

F. A.. MILLER,
Clerk of Legislative Council.


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Coin Import and Export Ordinance, 1916.




COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.

No. 6 of 1916.

In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this Thirty-first
day of August, 1916.

R. J. WILKINSON,
Governor.

31st August, 1916.


SAN OniNANCE to regulate the Import and
Export of Coin into and from the Colony
and Protectorate.
[31st August, 1916.]

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 Coin Import and Export Short title.
Ordinance, 1916.

2. For the purposes of this Ordinance the expression banker Interpreta-
shall include any corporation carrying on the business of bankers tion.
or financial agents in the Colony; and the expression "money-
changer" shall mean a person who carries on the business of
money-changing as his chief business: and the expression Colony"
shall include the Protectorate.

3. (1) The Governor in Council may, with the approval of the Governor
il Council
Secretary of State for the Colonies, by Order prohibit the importa- may prohibit
tion into the Colony of such coins, whether legal tender or not importation,
within the Colony, as are in such Order specified. exportation
and circula-
(2) The Governor in Council may, with the like approval, tion of coin.
by Order prohibit the exportation from the Colony of such coins,
being legal tender within the Colony, as are in such Order
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(3) The Governor in Council may by Order prohibit the
circulation in the Colony of such foreign coins, not being legal
tender within the Colony, as are in such Order specified.
(4) The Governor in Council may by Order exempt any
country or state from the operation of any Order prohibiting the
import into or export from the Colony of such coins, as are in
such Order specified.

Penalties for 4. (1) If any person in contravention of any such Order shall
contraven- import or export or attempt to import or export any coin in such
tion. Order specified to the amount of ten shillings in nominal value or
upwards, he shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not
exceeding one hundred pounds, and any coin so imported or
exported or attempted to be imported or exported may be
forfeited.
(2) In any case where coin has been exported in contraven-
tion of any such Order, the Court may, in addition to any fine,
impose a further penalty not exceeding the amount or value of
the coin so exported.
Except un- (3) Nothing in the two last preceding subsections shall
der licence. apply in the case of any coin imported or exported in accordance
with the terms of any licence in writing issued in that behalf by
the Colonial Secretary.
, Penalty for (4) If any person shall, in contravention of any such Order, *
circulating. circulate or attempt to circulate any coin in such Order specified,
he shall be liable, on summary conviction, to a fine not exceeding
five pounds, and the coin shall be forfeited.
(5) For the purposes of the last preceding subsection a
person shall not be deemed to circulate coin, who gives such coin
to a banker or money-changer in exchange for other coin or for
notes.
(6) In this section the expression person includes any
company or association or body of persons, whether incorporated
or not.
Forfeiture 5. Any coin, the circulation of which in the Colony is for the
of prohibit- time being prohibited by any such Order as aforesaid, found
ed coin. within the Colony otherwise than in the possession of a banker or
money-changer after the expiration of thirty days from the date
of coming into operation of such Order may, if it amounts to the
nominal value of one pound or upwards, be forfeited and may be
seized without warrant by any police officer or constable and
detained pending adjudication.

Search 6. The Police Magistrate or a District Commissioner, if satisfied
warrant. by sworn information in writing that there is good cause to
believe that any coin, which has been imported or is in the act of
being imported or is about to be exported in contravention of any
such Order as aforesaid, is likely to be found in any place to the
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his hand, direct any public officer named or specified therein to
enter such place and search the same and seize all coins found
therein, the import or export of which is for the time being
prohibited, and detain the same pending adjudication.

7. Forfeitures of coin. may be declared under this Declaration
Ordinance- of
forfeiture.
(a) by the convicting Court in all cases where a person is
convicted of an offence against this Ordinance in res-
pect of such coin :
(b) by the Police Magistrate or a District Commissioner
where no person is convicted.

8. The Court may direct' any fine or portion of a fine imposed
and levied under this Ordinance to be paid to the informer. Informer.


Passed in the Legislative Council this Thirtieth (lay of August
in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixteen.'

F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of L .,iilt/;, Council.


THIS PRINTED IMPRE SSION 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.

F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Legislative Council.


















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Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) Ordinance, 1916.




COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.

No. 7 of 1916.

In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this Fifth
day of October, 1916.

R. J. WILKINSON,
Governor.

5th October, 1916.


AN ORDINANCE to provide for the Appoint-
ment of a Custodian of Enemy Property
and for the Registration .of Property and
S Debts.
[5th October, 19,16.]

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 Trading with the Short title.
Enemy (C.stodian) Ordinance, 1916.

2. (1) The Colonial Treasurer, or such other person as the Custodian of
Governor shall appoint, shall be Custodian of enemy property enemy
(hereinafter referred to as the Custodian "), for thev purpose property.
of receiving, holding, preserving and dealing, with such
property as may be paid to or vested in him in pursuance of
this Ordinance.
(2) The Custodian shall have such powers, and duties
with respect to the property aforesaid, and may be paid such
fees and remuneration, as may be prescribed by regulations
made by the Governor, subject to the provisions of this
Ordinance.
(3) The Custodian may place on deposit in any bank
or invest in any securities approved by the Governor any
moneys paid to him under this Ordinance, or received by him
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interest or dividends received on account of such deposit or
investments shall be dealt with in such manner as the Gover-
nor may direct.
Payment of 3. (1) Any sum which, had a state of war not existed,
dividends, would have been payable and paid to or for the benefit of an
etc., payable enemy, by way of dividends, interest or share of profits, shall
to enemy. be paid by the person, firm or company by whom it would
have been payable to th'e Custodian to hold subject to the
provisions of this Ordinance, and the payment shall be
accompanied by such particulars as the Custodian may
require.
Any payment required to be made under this subsection
to the Custodian shall be made-
(a) within thirty days after the passing of this
Ordinance, if the sum, had a state of war not
existed, would have been paid before the passing
of this Ordinance; and
(b) in any other case within thirty days after it would
have been paid.
(2) Where, before the passing of this Ordinance, any
such sum has been paid into any account with a bank, or has
been paid to any other person in trust for an enemy, the
* person, firm or company by whom the payment was made
shall, within thirty days after the passing of this Ordinance,
by notice in writing, require the bank or person to pay the.
sum over to the Custodian to hold as aforesaid, and shall
furnish the Custodian with such particulars as aforesaid.
The bank or other person shall, within one week after the
receipt of the notice, comply with the requirement, and shall
be exempt from all liability for having done so.
(3) If any person fails to make or require the making
of any payment, or to furnish the required particulars within
the time mentioned in this section, he shall be liable on
summary conviction to a fine not exceeding One hundred
pounds or to imprisonment with or without hard labour for
a term not exceeding six months, or to both such fine and
imprisonment, and in addition to a further fine not exceeding
Fifty pounds for every day during which such default con-
tinues, and every agent, manager, director, secretary or
officer of a company, or any person who is knowingly
party to the default shall on the like conviction be liable to
the like penalty.
(4) For the purposes of this Ordinance the expression
dividends, interest or share of profits" means any dividends,
bonus, or interest in respect of any shares, stock, debentures,
debenture stock or other obligations of any company, any
interest in respect of any loan to a firm or person carrying on
business for the purposes of that business, and any profits
or share of profits of such a business, and where any person is
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which, had a state of war not existed,' would have been trans-
missible by a person to the enemy by way of profits from
that business shall be deemed to be a sum which would have
been payable and paid to that enemy.'
(5) This section shall extend to sums which, had a
state of war not existed, would have been payable and paid
in the Colony to enemies-
(a) in respect of interest on securities issued by, or on
behalf of, the Government of the United Kingdom,
or the Colonial Government, or the Government of
any other of His Majesty's Dominions, or any
foreign government, or by or on behalf of any
corporation, or any municipal authority, whether
within or without the United Kingdom; and
(b) by way of payment off of any securities which have
become repayable on maturity or by being drawn
for payment or otherwise, being such securities as
aforesaid or securities issued by any company ;
and in the case of such sums as aforesaid (other than sums
in respect of the payment off of securities issued by a com-
pany) the duty of making payments to the Custodian and of
requiring payments to be made to him and of furnishing him
with particulars shall rest with the person, firm or company
* through whom payments in the Colony are made. *
(6) Where the Custodian is satisfied from returns made
to him under section 4 of this Ordinance that any such
securities as aforesaid (including securities issued by a
company) are held by any person on behalf of an enemy, the
Custodian may give notice thereof to the person, firm or com-
pany by or through. whom any dividends, interest or bonus
in respect of the securities or any sums by way of payment
off of the securities are payable, and upon the receipt of such
notice any dividends, interest or bonus payable in respect of,
and any sums by way of payment off of, the securities to which
the notice relates, shall be paid to the Custodian in like man-
ner as if the securities were held by an enemy.
(7) For the purposes of this section "securities" in-
cludes, stocks, shares, annuities, bonds, debentures or deben-
ture stock or other obligations.
4. (1) Any person who holds or manages for or on behalf Duty of
of an enemy any property, real or personal (including any trustees for
rights, whether legal or equitable, in or arising out of pro. enemies to
perty, real or personal,) shall, within thirty days after the Custodian.
passing of this Ordinance or if the property comes into his
possession or under his control after the passing of this Ordi-
nance then within thirty days after the time when it comes
into his possession or under his control, by notice in writing
communicate the fact to the Custodian, and shall furnish the
Custodian with such particulars in relation thereto as the
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shall be liable on summary cMAvietion to a fine not exceeding
One hundred pounds or t( imprisonment with or without
hard labour for a term not exceeding six months, or to both
such fine and imprisonment, and il addition to a further fine
not exceeding -Fifty pounds for every day during which the
default continues.
This subsection shall apply to balances and deposits
standing to the credit of enemies at any bank, and to debts to
the amount of Fifty pounds or upwards, which are due or
which, had a state of war not existed, would have been due to
enemies, as if such bank or debtor were a person who held
property on behalf of an enemy.
The duty of making returns under this subsection shall
extend to companies as if the expression "person" included
cohmply, and in case of default by a company, every agent,
manager, director, secretary or officer of the company, who is
knowingly a party to the default, shall he liable to the penal-
ties aforesaid.
(2) Every company incorporated, in the Colony and
every compau.y which, though nat incorporated in the Colony,
. has a share transfer or share registration office in the Colony
shall, within thirty days after the passing of this Ordinance,
by notice in writing communicate to the Custodian full par-
ticulars of all shares, stock, debentures, and debenture stock
and other obligations of the company which are held by or
for the benefit of the enemy ; and every partner of every firm,
one or more partners of which on. the commencement of the
war became enemies or to which money had been lent for the
purpose of the business of the firm by a person who so became
an enemy, shall, within thirty days after the commencement
of this Ordinance, by notice in writing communicate to the
Custodian full particulars as to any share of profits and inter-
est due to such enemies or enemy, and, if any company or
partner fails to comply with the provisions of this subsection
the company shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine
not exceeding One hundred pounds, and in addition to a fur-
ther fine not exceeding Fifty pounds for every day during which
the default continues, and the partner and every agent, mana-
ger, director, secretary or officer of the company who is know-
ingly a party to the default shall on the like conviction be
liable to the like fine, or to imprisonment with or without
hard labour for a term not exceeding six months, or to both
such imprisonment and fine.
Register to (3). The Custodian. shall keel) a register of all property
be kept. returns whereof have been made to him under this section,
and such i'egister may be inspected by any person who appears
to the Custodian to be interested as a creditor or otherwise.
Power to 5. (1) The Court may, on the application of any person
vest enemy who appears to the Court to be a creditor of an enemy,
property in or entitled to recover damages against an enemy, or to be
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rights, whether legal or equitable, in or arising out of
property real or personal) belonging to or held or managed
for or on behalf of an enemy or on the application of the Cus-
todian or the Attorney General, by order vest in the Custo-
dian any such real or personal property as aforesaid, if the
Court is satisfied that such vesting is expedient for the purposes
of this Ordinance, and may by the order confer on the Cus-
todian such powers of selling, managing or otherwise dealing
with the property as to the Court may seem proper.

(2) Before making any order under this section, the
Court may direct that such notices (if any), whether by way
of advertisement or otherwise, shall be given as the Court
may think fit.

6. (1) The Custodian shall, except so far as the Governor Holding and
or the Court may otherwise direct, and subject to the provi- dealing with
sions of the next succeeding subsection, hold any money paid property by
to and any property vested in him under this Ordinance Custodian.
until the termination of the present war, and shall thereafter
deal with the same in such manner as the Governor may by
Order in Council direct.

(2) The property held by the Custodian under this
Ordinance shall not be liable to be attached or otherwise taken
in execution, but the Custodian may, if so authorized by an
order of the Court by whose order any property belonging to
an enemy was vested in the Custodian under this Ordinance,
or of any Court in which judgment has been recovered against
an enemy pay out of the property paid to him in respect of
that enemy the whole or any part of any debts due by that
enemy and specified in the order: Provided +.hat before
paying any such debt the Custodian shall take into account
the sufficiency of the property paid to or vested in him
in respect of the enemy in question to satisfy that debt and
any other claims against that enemy of which notice verified
by statutory declaration may have been served upon him, or
of which he may have received notice from any person ap-
pointed as Controller of any firm, business or company, No. 23 of
under the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance (No. 2), 1914. 1914.

(3) The receipts 'of the Custodian or any person duly
authorized to sign receipts on his behalf for any sum paid
to him under this Ordinance shall be a good discharge to the
person or body of persons in respect of whom the sum was
paid to the Custodian.

(4) The Custodian shall keep a register of all property
held by him under this Ordinance, which register shall be
open to public inspection at all reasonable times free of
charge.




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No. 7 of
1916. Trading with the Enjt.ily (Custodianl) Ordinance, 1916.
(5) The power of making rules contained in section 21
No. 14 of of the Supreme Court Ordinance, 1904, or in any Ordinance
1904. amending the same shall be deemed to extend to the making of
rules governing the practice and procedure to be adopted for
the purposes of this and the last preceding section.
Invalidity of 7. (1) No person shall by virtue of any assignment of
assignment any debt or other chose in action, or delivery of any coupon
of debts, etc., or other security transferable by delivery, or transfer of any
by enemies. other obligation, made or to be made in his favour by or on
behalf of an enemy, whether for valuable consideration or
otherwise, have any rights or remedies against the person
liable to pay, discharge or satisfy the debt, chose in action,
security or obligation, unless he proves that the assignment,
delivery or transfer was made by leave of the Governor or
was made before the commencement of the present war, and
any person who knowingly pays, discharges or satisfies any
debt, or chose in action, to which this subsection applies, shall
be deemed to be guilty of the offence of trading with the enemy
No. 22 of within the meaning of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance,
1914. 1914:
Provided that this subsection shall not apply where the
person, to whom the assignment, delivery or transfer was
made, or some person deriving title under him, proves that
the transfer, delivery or assignment, or some subsequent
* transfer, delivery or assignment, was made before the 1st day
of August, 1916, in good faith and for valuable consideration,
nor shall this subsection apply to any bill of exchange or
promissory note.
(2) No. person shall by virtue of any transfer of a bill
of exchange or promissory note made or to be made in his
favour by or on behalf of an enemy, whether for valuable
consideration or otherwise, have any rights or remedies
against any party to the instrument unless he proves that the
transfer was made before the commencement of the present
war, and any party to the instrument who knowingly dis-
charges the instrument shall be deemed to be guilty of trading
No. 22 of with the enemy within the meaning of the Trading with the
1914. Enemy Ordinance, 1914; Provided that this subsection shall
not apply where the transferee, or some subsequent holder of
the instrument, proves that the transfer or some subsequent
transfer of the instrument was made before the 1st day of
August, 1916, in good faith and for valuable consideration.
(3) Nothing in this section shall be construed as vali-
dating any assignment, delivery or transfer which would be
invalid apart from this section.
Right to pay 8. Where during the continuance of the present war any
into Court coupon or other security transferable by delivery is presented
sums due on for payment to any company, municipal authority, or other
coupons
suspected of body or person, and the company, body or person has reason
being enemy to suspect that it is so presented on behalf of or for the benefit
property, of an enemy, or that since the commencement of the present
war it has been held by or for the benefit of an enemy, the-





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No. 7 of
Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) Ordinance, 1916. 1916.

company, body, or person may pay the sum due in respect
thereof into Court, and the same shall, subject to rules of
Court, be dealt with according to the orders of the Court, and
such a payment shall for all purposes be a good discharge to
the company, body or person.

9. (1) Where any person has been appointed as Controller Saving as to.
of any firm, business or company under the provisions of the Controller.
Trading with the Enemy (No. 2) Ordinance, 1914, nothing in No. 23 of
this Ordinance shall be deemed to authorize the Custodian to 1914.
require or to compel the Controller to give, in relation to such
firm, business or company, possession of zny property held by
such Controller or any of the particulars otherwise prescribed
by this Ordinance, except in accordance with the provisions
of any Ordinance expressly regulating the proceedings of
such Controller, or in pursuance of any special directions given
by the Governor to such Controller : Provided that such Con-
troller may at any time and shall on the completion of any
liquidation give to the Custodian notice of any outstanding
or unsatisfied claims which he may have received against
assets of the firm, business or company concerned.

(2) No vesting order shall be made under the provisions
of section 5 of this Ordinance in respect of any property
belonging to or held or managed for or on behalf of any firm,
business or company, of which a Controller has been appoint-
ed as aforesaid, except upon the application of the Attorney
General.

10. This Ordinance shall apply to the Colony and Pro- Application
tectorate. of
Ordinance.

The expression "Court" includes the Supreme Court in the
Colony and the Circuit Court in the Protectorate.

The expression "enemy" includes any person or body of
persons, whether incorporated or unincorporated, trading with
whom is or is deemed to be trading with the enemy by virtue
of any legislative enactment for the time being in force.



Passed in the Legislative Council this Thirteenth day of
September in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred
and sixteen.


F.' A. MILLER,
Glerk of Legislative Gouncil.















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Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) Ordinance, 1916.


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.
F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Legislative Council.


No. 7,,.of
1916.


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123 .

British Nationality and Status of Aliens (Fees) Ordinance, 1916.




COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.


No. 8 of 1916.


@ In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this Sixth
day of October, 1916.


R. J. WILKINSON,
Governor.

6th October, 1916.

AN ORDINANCE to provide for the Collection
of Fees and the Registration of Documents
under the British Nationality and Status
of Aliens Act, 1914.

[6th October, 1916.]

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 British Nationality and Short title.
Status of Aliens (Fees) Ordinance, 1916.

2. (1) The Governor-in-Council may make Regulations provid- Power to
ing for the imposition and application of fees in respect of any impose fees.
registration authorized to be made by the British Nationality and 4 and 5 Geo.
Status of Aliens Act, 1914, and in respect of the making of any V, ch. 17.
declaration or the grant of any certificate authorized to be made
or granted by the said Act and in respect of the administration or
registration of any oath, and may vary and revoke such
Regulations.
(2) The fees prescribed by any such Regulations shall not
be deemed to be Stamp Duties; provided that upon payment of
any such fee no further payment by way of Stamp Duty shall be
required in respect of the same matter unless otherwise expressly
stated in the Regulations.

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No. 8 of
1916. British Nationality and Status of A liens (Fees) Ordinance, 1916.

* No. 36 of Stamp Duty means any duty or sum of money the payment of
1905. which is prescribed by the Stamp Duty Consolidation and
Amendment Ordinance, 1905, or any Ordinance amending the
same.

(3) The Governor may remit or reduce the amount of any
fee payable by a native of Africa under any such Regulations.

(4) Unless and until any such Regulations shall be made,
the following fees may be7 taken and shall be applied in the
manner hereinafter shown.
TABLE OF FEES.

The amount of To whom pay-
The matter in which the fee the fee. meant of the fee
may be taken. ee. mend. to f the fee
s. d. to be made.


The grant of a Certificate of
Naturalization to a woman who
was a British subject previously
to her marriage to an alien, and
whose husband has died, or
whose marriage has been dis-
solved, and the registration of the
certificate and the oath of alleg-
iance in respect thereof

The grant of a Certificate of
Naturalization in other cases,
and the registration of the certi-
ficate and the oath of allegiance
in respect thereof ...

Taking a declaration of alien-
age or of-retention or resumption
of British Nationality ...

Administering the oath of
allegiance ... ... ...


The registration of a declara-
tion of alienage or of retention
or resumption of British
Nationality ... ...


5 0





0 0



2 6











10 0


' The Colonial
Treasury.




The same.

As to 1/- part.
thereof to the
Colonial Trea-
sury ; as to 1/6
balance thereof
to the person
before whom
the declaration
is made or by
whom the oath
is administered.




The Colonial
Treasury.


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No. 8 of
British Nationality and Status of Aliens (Fees) Ordinance, 1916. 1916.

TABLE OF FEES-continued.

The amount of To whom pay-
The matter in which the fee the fee. ment of the fee
may be taken. s. d. to be made.


Certified 'copy of any declara-
tion or certificate with or
without oath ... ... 0 10. 0 The Colonial
Treasury.


Of the fee of 10 payable in respect of the grant of a Certificate
of Naturalization, 1 shall be payable on the submission of
the application for a certificate and shall in no circumstances
be returned; the remaining 9 shall be payable on the receipt of
the decision to grant a certificate. Registra-
tion.
3. Unless the Governor shall otherwise direct every declara-
tion of alienage and declaration of retention or resumption
of British Nationality shall be registered in the office of the
Registrar General.

Passed in the Legislative Council this Thirteenth day of
September in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred
and sixteen.
F. A. MILLER,
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.


F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Legislative Council.


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Medical Practitioners, Midwives, Dentists and Druggists
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1916.




COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.


No. 9 of 1916.


In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this Seventh
day of October, 1916.

R. J. WILKINSON,
Governor.

7th October, 1916.


AN ORDINANCE to amend the Medical
Practitioners, Midwives, Dentists and
Druggists Ordinance, 1908.
[7th October, 1916.]

_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 Medical Practitioners, Short title.
Midwives, Dentists and Druggists (Amendment) Ordinance, 1916,
and shall be read as one with the Medical Practitioners, Midwives,
Dentists and Druggists Ordinance, 1908 (hereinafter referred to as
the Principal Ordinance), and any Ordinance amending the same.

2. Section 6 of the Principal Ordinance, as amended by the Amendment
Medical Practitioners, Midwives, Dentists and Druggists Amend- of No. 15 of
ment Ordinance, 1909, is hereby amended as follows :- 1908 as
amended by
No 19 of
(a) By repealing sub-section (1) and substituting therefore 1909.
the following :-
"(1) The following persons shall be entitled to registration Persons
under this Ordinance as medical practitioners :- entitled to
be registered
(a.) The holder of any British, British-Indian or Biritish- as medical
Colonial degree, diploma or licence, entitling him to practitioners.
registration in Great Britain.
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1916.
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Medical Practutioners, Midwives, Dentists and Druggist.
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1916.

(b) The holder of a degree or licence in medicine or
surgery of any medical.school in Europe, the United
States of America, or the Empire of Japan, the degrees,
diplomas and licences of which are recognized as
entitling to registration by the General Council of
Medical Education and Registration in the United
Kingdom."
(b) By inserting in sub-section (2) (a) after the words "the
United Kingdom the words or who is registered, or entitled
to be registered, in the Dentists Register of the United Kingdom".

3. The Principal Medical Officer may, with the approval of
the Governor, delegate any of his powers and duties under the
Principal Ordinance, or any Ordinance amending the same, to
any medical officer in the Public Service of the Colony, upon such
terms and conditions as he shall think fit; and the fact of any
such delegation and the terms and conditions thereof shall be
published in the Gazette.

Passed in the Legislative Council this Thirteenth day of
September in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred
and sixteen.

F. A. MILLER,
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.


F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Legislative Council.


Principal
Medical
Officer may
delegate
powers and
duties.











Appropriiation Ordi/iatnce, 1917.




COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.

No. 10 of 1916.

@In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this Fourth
day of December, 1916.



R. J. WILKINSON,
Governor.

4th December, 1916

AN ()I{DINANCE to provide fbr the Service of
the Colony of Sierra Leone for the year
1917.

[4th December, 1916.]

W HEUlEAS it is necessary to make provision for the Service Preamble.
of the Colony of Sierra Leone for the year 1917.

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 Appropriation Short title.
Ordinance, 1917.

2. The sum of Five hundred and twenty-five thousand seven 525,734
hundred and thirty-four pounds shall be, and is hereby granted to granted for
His Majesty the King, His Heirs and Successors, for and during the service
the year 1917, and the same shall be applied and expended in the of the
manner hereinafter described, and for the several services set Colony.
forth in the Schedule hereto.

3. The said sum of Five hundred and twenty-five thousand 525,734
seven hundred and thirty-four pounds shall be, and is hereby made a
declared to be charged upon and made payable from and out of the charge on
Revenue and other Funds of the said Colony for the year 1917, the revenue
and the payment thereof shall be taken to begin and commence ending 31st
on and immediately after the First day of January, 1917. December,
1917.

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No. 10 of . ice,.11
1916. Approprltiw Ordinace, 19i 7.
4. The Colonial Treasurer is hereby authorized and required
Authority' from time to time, upon the Warrant or Order of the Governor, to
for payment pay out of the Revenue and other Funds of the said Colony, for
the several services specified in the Schedule hereto, the sum of
Five hundred and twenty-five thousand seven hundred and thirty-
four pounds, which will come in course of payment during the
year ending on the Thirty-first day of December, 1917.

Excess of 5. The amount from time to time paid for and in respect of
expenditure. the expenditure authorized in the second section of this Ordinance
shall not exceed in the gross the sum of Five hundred and
twenty-five thousand seven hundred and thirty-four pounds from
the First day of January, 1917, to the Thirty-first day of
December, 1917, inclusive, and any balances remaining unissued
at the end of the year 1917 shall lapse and not be available for
making payments in the following year.
SCHEDULE.

NO. OF
HEAD OF EXPENDITURE. SUM VOTED.
ITEM.

1 Charge on Account of Public Debt 83,044
.2 Pensions 12,589
3 Governor and Legislature 6,01(;
4 Colonial Secretary's Department 8.495
5. Provincial Administration 38,097
6 Treasury 5,319
7 Customs Department 16,220
8 Audit Department 3,240
9 Port and Marine Department 2,688
10 Legal Departments 10,867
11 Civil Police 11,094
12 Prisons 9,424
13 Medical Department 32,491
14 Sanitary 11,846
15 Education Department 15,042
16 Post Office 12,969
17 West African Frontier Force 35,866
18 Sierra Leone Government Railway 146,946
19 Agricultural Department 3,558
20 Forest Department 4,113
21 Protectorate Roads Department 8,855
22 Miscellaneous Services 11,647
23 War Services (Special) 1,080
24 Public Works Department 15,616
25 Public Works Recurrent 17,405
26 Public Works Extraordinary 1,207

Total 525,734










Appropriation Ordinance, 1917.


Passed in the Legislative Council this, Twenty-ninth day of
November, in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred
and sixteen.
F. A. MILLER,
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.

F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Legislatve Council.


No. 10 of
1916.


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Marine Discildine (Transports) Ordinance, 1916.



COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.
No. 11 of 1911;.

In His Majesty's name 1 assent
to this Ordinance this Seventh
day of December, 1916.


R. .J. WILKINSON.
(ioverno r.
7th December, 1916.


for the Discipline
serve on board

[7th December, 1916.]


BE IT ENACTED by the Governor of the Colony of Sierra Leone,
with the advice anil consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows :-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Marine Discipline Short title.
(Transports) Ordinance, 1916.


2. (1) If whilst within
engaged in accordance with
to 1914, to serve on board
chartered or requisitioned b3
(a) Neglects or refuse
ship or to proceed
leave from his sh
(b) Joins his ship or
of drunkenness
or the navigati(
he shall be guilty of an offer
of the ship or his Agent or
with or without the assist;
Constables convey on boar(
reason to believe to be guilt
may also arrest him withb6
Officers or Constables are
required. Provided always
acting in pursuance of the
penalty nor to any action fi


the jurisdiction a seaman lawfully Seamen
the Merchant Shipping Acts, 1894 neglecting to /
any British ship bolongin to or join ship,
y itish shp t 'deserting i-,A_. o
the Admiralty- tjoi nig oin
\ without reasonable cause to join ihis drunken-
to sea in his ship, or is absent without ness.
p or from his duty at any time: or
whilst on board his ship in a state
o that the performance of his duties
n of his ship is thereby impeded.
ice ; and the Master Mate or Owner
ny Commissioned Naval Ollicer may
nee of the local Police Ollicers or
his ship any seaman whom lie has
of an offence under this section, and
first procuring a warrant, and Police
ereby directed to give assistance if
that no Commissioned Naval Officer
owes aforesaid shall be liable to any
Damages for false imprisonment.


AN ORDINANCE to provide
of Seamen engaged to
Admiralty Transports.









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No. 11 of
1916. Marine Discipline (Transports) Ordinance, 1916.
(2) If such seaman i brought before a Court on a charge
of having committed an off ce under this section, he shall, if the
offence comes within the p visions of paragraph (a) be liable to
the penalties prescribed fo such offences in section 221 of the
Merchant Shipping Act, 1814, and if the offence comes within the
provisions of paragraph i) he shall be liable to a fine not
exceeding five pounds.

Prosecution 3. Any offence under this Ordinance shall be triable before a
of offences. Court of Summary Jurisdiction.



Passed in the Legislative Council this Twenty-ninth day of
November, in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred
and sixteen.


F. A. MILLER,
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.


F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Legislative Council.


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Telegraphs (A mendnment) Ordinance, 1916.




COLONY OF .SIERRA LEONE.


No. 12 of 1916.

In His Majesty's name I assent
0( to this Ordinance this Eighth
day of December, 1916.



R. J. WILKINSON,
Governor.

8th December, 1916.


AN ORDINANCE to amend the Telegraphs
Ordinance, 1900.
[8th December, 1916.]


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 Telegraphs (Amendment) short title.
Ordinance, 1916, and shall be read as one with .the Telegraphs No. 22 of 00.
Ordinance, 1900. hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance.

2. Section 13 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby amended Amendment of
as follows:- section 13 of
as follows :-- Principal
Ordinance.
(a) By substituting for the expression Director of Public
-Works wherever it occurs, the expression General
Manager of the Railway Department".

(b) By deleting in the second, third and fourth lines the
words other than Government telegraph lines con-
structed or used in connection with any Government
Railway ".

S. Sections 15, 16, 17 and 18 of the Principal Ordinance are Amendmentof
hereby amended by substituting for the expression Director of sections 15t16e
Public Works ", wherever it occurs, the expression General Principal
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No. 12 of
1916. Telegraphs (Amendment) Ordinance, 1916.
Application of 4. Section 18 of the Principal Ordinance is. hereby further
Public Lands
Ordinance amended by adding at the end thereof the following words :-
1898 No. 6 of
1898. For the purpose of this section the expression Director of
Public Works" in the said last mentioned Ordinance shall
be construed as meaning the General Manager of the
Railway Department.".

governorr may 5. The Governor may from time to time by Order direct that
substitute for all, or any of the powers and duties vested in or to be performed
theGeneral by the General Manager of the Railway Department, by virtue of
Railway. the Principal Ordinance as amended by this Ordinance, shall be
vested in and performed by any person mentioned in such Order,
with or without conditions, and may vary or revoke any such
Order, and from the date of the publication of any- such Order in
the Gazette such person shall be deemed to be substituted for the
General Manager of the Railway Department to the extent.
indicated in such Order.

Repeal of No. 2 6. The Telegraphs Amendment Ordinance, 1901, is hereby
of 1901. repealed.



Passed in the Legislative Council this Twenty-second day of'
November, in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred
and sixteen.
F. A. MILLER,
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.

F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Legislative Council.













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Pensions (War Service in East Africa) Ordinance, 1916.



COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.
-No. 13 of 1916.


In His Majesty's n e I assent
to this Ordinanc this Eighth
day of Decembe 1916.


J. WILKINSON,
Governor.
8th December, 1916.

AN ORDINANCt to enable t e service of certain
officers in East Africa during the war to be
treated for the pur ose of the Pensions
Ordinance, 1901, a residential service in
West Africa.
[8th December, 1916.]
BE IT ENACTED by the G ernor of the Colony of Sierra Leone,
with the advice at consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows :-
: 1. This Ordinance ay be cited as the Pensions (War Service Short title.
in East Africa) Ordin ce, 1916.

2. Any period during which a European officer, while in the War service
service of a Wes African Colony or Protectorate, has, with the in East
consent of the vernor thereof or the Secretary of State for the Africa to be
reckoned as
Colonies, serv in East Africa during the present war, either residential
with His M sty's Forces or in any other civil or' military service.
capacity co ected with the state of war, may be reckoned as
residential vice in West Africa for the purpose of section 5 of No. 28 of
the Pensi s Ordinance, 1901. 1901.


Pa d in the Legislative Council this Twenty-ninth day of
Nov ber in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred
an ixteen.
F. A. MILLER,
0 .lC .-rk of Legislativp Council,













Ptmsions (-War Service iin East Africa) Ordinance, 19,16.


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


F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Legislative Council.


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Traditi/ with the Enenmy (Poeinrs of Controller) Ordian.ce, 1916.




COLONY OF SIERRA LEONE.

No. 14 of 1916.

In His Majesty's name I assent
to this Ordinance this Ninth
day of December, 1916.

R. J. WILKINSON,
Governor.

9th December, 1916.


AN ORDINAaNCE to amend the Trading with
the Enemy Ordinance (No. 2), 1914.
[9th December, 1916.]

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 Trading with the Short title.
Enemy (Powers of Controller) Ordinance, 1916, and shall be
read as one with the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance (No. 2), No. 23 of
1914, hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance. 1914.

2. The power of realization of assets mentioned in section Power to sell
6 (a) of the Principal Ordinance shall be deemed to have included and convey
as from the date of the coming into operation of the Principal real proper-
Ordinance power to sell with or without conditions the good-will, ty, etc.,
trade marks, real property, buildings, leaseholds, chattels real and
other permanent assets (including the power to vest the same in
the purchaser by deed or otherwise), and to effect a complete
liquidation of the assets of the firm, business or company
concerned : Provided always that such liquidation shall not
prevent such firm, business or company from suing or being sued
after the completion of such liquidation.

3. No payment shall be made out of the assets in respect Payment to
of any sum due to a neutral creditor, falling within the 6th neutral
category in the order of priority set out in section 5 of this creditor.
Ordinance, unless the. Controller shall be satisfied that such
creditor has exhausted every legal remedy for the recovery of
such sum which he may have in enemy territory against the










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1916. Trading with the Enemy (Powers of Controller) Ordinance, 1916.
firm, business or company in question. Subject as aforesaid, the
Controller may pay such sum, or, any balance failed to be
recovered as aforesaid, in due order of priority as hereinafter
mentioned : Provided that nothing in this section shall prevent
the Controller from paying secured debts due to neutral creditors
up to the value of the security in each case.

Payment to 4. (i) Anything in the ,Principal Ordinance to the contrary
enemies. notwithstanding, the Controller may apply the proceeds of sale
of any property, which forms :the security for a debt due to
an enemy subject, so far as it will go, to the reduction of
such debt; any amount so payable being lodged with the
Custodian of enemy property or such other person as the
Governor may direct.
(ii) Arrears of wages or salary due to any person interned
in British territory, who was employed by the- firm. business
or .company concerned, may be paid as to sums not exceeding
Fifty pounds in each case in due order of priority to the Command-
ant of the internment camp in question for the benefit of such
person. Any balance of such wages or salary in excess of
Fifty pounds in each case may be paid in djue order of priority to
the Custodian of enemy property or such other person and
subject to such conditions as the Governor may direct.

Priorities. 5. In the distribution of assets amongst unsecured creditors
the Controller shall observe the following order of priority :-

A.-Preferential claims :-

(1) Remuneration of the Controller and expenses of
liquidation, including rent falling due during the
liquidation.
(2) Claims of the Crown.

(3) Rates payable to local authorities.

(4) Wages or salary of any non-enemy clerk, servant or
labourer, including arrears of wages or salary (up to
the amount of Fifty pounds in each case) due to enemy
subjects interned in British territory.

B.-Non-preferential claims :-

(5) Other debts due by the firm, business or company
concerned to British, allied or neutral creditors,
who do not fall within the category next hereinafter
described, viz. :-

(6) Debts due to a neutral creditor, whose claim. against
the firm, business or company is primarily enforceable
in enemy territory, subject to the provisions of section
3 of this Ordinance.










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(7) Balance of arrears of wages or salary exceeding Fifty
pounds in each case due to enemy subjects interned in
British territory.
Provided that if the assets in the hands of the Controller
of the firm, -business or company concerned are insufficient
to meet all claims, he shall be entitled to pay, in the case of
nonl-preferential claims, such dividend as the assets will bear after
payment of the preferential claims.
6. In the case of any contract, entered into by the firm, Power to
business or company concerned, which has not been executed, disclaim con-
the Controller shall have power by written notice to disclaim
such contract, whereupon all rights and liabilities under such
contract shall cease and determine, but parties to such contract
other than the firm, business or company concerned shall be
entitled to prove in the liquidation for the amount of any
damage suffered by reason of such disclaimer.
7. Nothing in this Ordinance shall be deemed to extend Payments
to any payments made by the Controller before the date of already
the coming into operation of this Ordinance. made are not
affected.
8. No action, suit or other proceeding shall be brought Indemnity of
against the Controller in respect of anything done in the Controller.
execution or supposed execution of his powers under this
Ordinance or the Principal Ordinance.
9. Any balance in the hands of the Controller, which would Balances to
have been payable into Court under the Principal Ordinance, be paid to
may be paid to the Custodian of enemy property or such other the Custo-
person as the Governor may direct, subject to such order as
the Court may make upon passing the accounts of the Controller.
10. Section 9 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby repealed Amendment
and the following section substituted in lieu thereof :- of Principal
"9. The Court shall have power to direct how and by
whom the costs of any proceedings under this
Ordinance shall be borne."
11. In this Ordinance
Custodian of enemy property means the Custodian appointed Interpreta-
under the provisions of the Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) tion.
Ordinance, 1916. No. 7 of
Neutral creditor includes a creditor whose head office is in 1916.
neutral territory, but does not include a creditor, residing or
carrying on business in neutral territory, whose head office is in
enemy territory.

Passed in the Legislative Council this Twenty-ninth day of
November in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred
and sixteen.
F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Legislative Council.




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1916. Trading with the Enemy (Powers of Controller) Ordinance, 1916.
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.


F. A. MILLER,
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PRIZE COURTS ACT, 1915.
[5 & 6 GEO. 5. CH. 57.]





ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS.
A.D. 1915.

Section.
1. Power to transfer proceedings from one prize court to
another.

2. Power to make orders enforceable by other prize courts.

3. Supplemental powers of prize courts.

4. Salaries and remuneratiQa, of judges and officers of prize
courts.

5. Short title and construction.















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[5 & 6 GEO. 5.] Prize Courts Act, 1915. [CH. 57.]







CHAPTER 57.
A.D. 1915.
An Act to amend the Enactments relating to Prize Courts.
[2nd July, 1915.]
BE it enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with
the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and
Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the
authority of the same, as follows :-
Power to transfer proceedings from one prize court to another.
1.-(1) Where proceedings are pending in any prize court
against any ship or cargo, the aourt may at any stage of the
proceedings, on application being made by the proper officer of
the Crown, and upon being satisfied that the proceedings, or
the proceedings so far as they relate to the cargo or any part
thereof, would be more conveniently conducted in any other
prize court, make an order remitting the proceedings, or the
proceedings so far as they relate to the cargo or to any part
of 'the cargo, to such other prize court.
(2) Where any proceedings have been remitted to another
prize court that other court shall have the same jurisdiction to
deal with the matter as if the subject-matter of those proceedings
had originally been seized within its jurisdiction or been
brought within its jurisdiction after capture, and any order
or other steps made or taken in those proceedings before the
order of remission shall be deemed to have been made or taken
by or in that court.
Power to make orders enforceable by other prize courts.
2. A prize court may, as respects any cause or matter within
its jurisdiction, and on the application of the proper officer of
the Crown, declare that any order or decree made by it,
whether before or after the commencement of this Act, is
enforceable within the jurisdiction of another prize court, and
shall, on the like application, have power to enforce any decree
or order which another prize court has-~ileclared to be enforce-
able within the jurisdiction of such first-mentioned court.
Supplemental powers of prize courts.
3.-(1) Where a prize court under this Act orders the
remission of any proceedings, or declares that any order or
decree is enforceable by another prize court, the first-mentioned
court may order the subject-matter of the proceedings, or of
the order or decree, to be removed, in such manner and
subject to such conditions as the court thinks fit, into the
jurisdiction of the other court, and, where any such order of
removal is made, either court may direct that any expenses









[5 & G GEo. 5.] Prize Courts Act, 1915. [OH. 57.]


incurred in the removal shall be borne by the cargo or any
part of the cargo or the ship in such manner as the court thinks
proper.
(2) For the purpose of the voyage of a ship from the jurisdiction
of one court to that of another under such an order of removal,
the ship, if not a British ship, shall be treated as if it were a
British ship registered in the United Kingdom.
(3) The power of His Majesty in Council to make rules for
regulating the procedure and practice of prize courts shall
extend to making rules for carrying this Act.into effect.
(4) The powers conferred by this Act are without prejudice
to any other powers which the High Court in -England may
possess for the like purposes independently of this Act, and
to the obligation imposed on prize courts by section nine of
the Naval Prize Act, 1864 (27 & 28 Vict. c. 25).
Salaries and remuneration of judges and officers of prize courts.
4.---(1) The power conferred by section ten of the Naval
Prize Act. 1864, to grant salaries in lieu of fees to judges of
prize courts shall be extended so as also to confer a power of
granting a remuneration by way of a lump sum, and, as so
extended, shall," notwithstanding anything in any other
enactment, apply also to officers of prize courts or performing
duties in connection with matters of prize:
Provided that the powers under that section or this section
shall not be exercised as respects any prize court in India
except on the application of the Governor General of India in
Council, or as respects any prize court in the Dominion of
Canada, the Commonwealth of Australia, the Dominion of New
Zealand, the Union of South* Africa, or Newfoundland, except
on the application of the Governor General or of ihe Governor
in Council, as the case may be.
(2) This section shall be deemed to have had effect since the
commencement of the present war.
Short title and construction.
4 & 5 (ieo. 5, c. 79.
5. This Act may be cited as the Prize Courts Act,. 1915,
and shall be construed as one with the Naval Prize Act, 1864;
and the Naval Prize Acts, 1864 to 1914, and the Prize Courts
(Egypt, Zanzibar, 'and Cyprus) Act, 1914, and this Act may
be cited together as the Naval Prize Acts, 1864 .to 1915,









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GOVERNMENT NOTICE.


In accordance with the provisions of section 5 of Ordinance
No. 15 of 1912, His Excellency the Governor has been pleased
to direct that all rights, powers, obligations or duties exercisable
by or imposed upon the District Commissioner of the Sherbro
District under the Bye-laws, in the Schedule hereto, shall,
until further order, be exercised by and -imposed( upon the
Medical Officer of Health.

S SCHEDULE.

Bye-laws made under the Port of Sherbro Municipal Board
Ordinance, 1905.
Straying of cattle-Gazette 13th October, 1905.
Disposal of night-soil-Gazette 2nd September, 1911.
Digging of borrow pits-Gazettte 30th March, 1912.


By His Excellency's Command,

A. C. HOLLIS,
Colon ial Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.
FREETOWN, SIERRA LEONE,
14th March, 1916.









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Gazetted 8th April, 1916.



GOVERNMENT NOTICE.


Under the provisions of section 7 sub-section 2 of "The
Firearms, Ammunition, Gunpowder and Munitions of War
Ordinance, 1908 (No. 10 of 1908), His Excellency the Governor
has been pleased to appoint the District Commissioner,
Sherbro District, to be an officer authorized to give written
authority for the withdrawal of flint-lock guns ann l common
or trade gunpowder at Bonthe.


By His Excellency's Command.

A. C. HOLLIS,
Onlonwal Secretary.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
FREETOWN, SIERRA LEONE,
3rd April, 1916.

















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Gazetted 12th August, 1916.


NIGERIA.



THE BRITISH AND COLONIAL PROBATES
ORDINANCE, 1915.



Whereas by section 3 of the above-named Ordinance, it is
provided that the Governor may, on being satisfied that the
legislature of any British possession has made, or is about to make,
adequate provision for the recognition in that possession of
Probates and Letters of Administration granted by the Supreme
Court of Nigeria, direct, by order published in the Gazette, that
such Ordinance shall apply to that possession : And whereas the
Governor is satisfied that the legislatures of the following British
possessions, viz.:-

British Guiana Saint Vincent
Gold Coast Sierra Leone
Hong Kong Straits Settlements

have made, or about to make, adequate provision for the recognition
in those possessions of Probates and Letters of Administration
granted by the Supreme Court of Nigieria : -

Now, therefore, it is hereby ordered that the British and
Colonial Probates Ordinance, 1915, shall apply to the above-
named British possessions.

F. D. LUGARD,
QGovernor-General.



18th July, 1916.


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Gazetted 19th February, 1916.

Order No. I of 1916.

ORDER-IN-COUNCIL.


WHEREAS by section 22 of the Magistrate's Courts Ordinance,
1905 (No. 29 of 1905), it is provided that the Governor may, by
Order-in-Council, appoint the times and places for the sittings of
Courts and may in like manner alter any such times or places :

NOW, THEREFORE, in pursuance of the said provision and by
virtue of the power and authority in that behalf vested in the
Governor-in-Council IT IS HEREBY DECLARED that portion of
the New Law Courts situate at Westmoreland Street, Freetown,
in the Colony of Sierra Leone, shall be and is hereby appointed a
*Police Court.

AND IT IS HEREBY FURTHER ORDERED that the sittings of the
said Court shall be held daily at 9 of the clock in the forenoon.

The Police Court situate at Water Street, Freetown, in the
Colony aforesaid, is hereby declared to be closed.

Made and passed by the Governor-in-Council this Seventh day
of February, in the year of our Lord One thousand nine
hundred and sixteen.




F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Executive Council.


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Order No. 2 of 1916.


ORDER-IN-COUNCIL.


WHEREAS by section 3 of the Probates (British and Colonial)
Recognition Ordinance (No, 7 of 1915), it is provided that the
Governor may on being satisfied that the Legislature of any
British Possession or Protectorate has made, or is about to make
adequate, provision for the recognition in that Possession or
Protectorate of Probates and Letters of Administration granted
by the Supreme Court of the Colony, direct by Order-in-Council
published in the Gazette, that the Probate (British and Colonial)
Recognition Ordinance (No. 7 of 1915), shall apply to that
Possession or Protectorate :

AND WHEREAS the Governor is satisfied that the Legislature of
Nigeria is about to make adequate provision for the recognition in
that Possession of Probates and Letters of Administration granted
by the Supreme Court of the Colony :

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the Probate
(British and Colonial) Recognition Ordinance (No. 7 of 1915),
shall apply to Nigeria.

Made by the Governor-in-Council this Seventh day of February,
1916.


F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Executive Council.


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Gazetted 25th Ma rch. 1916.

Order No. 3 of 1916.


ORDER-IN-COUNCIL.

WHEREAS by section 3 of .the Quarantine Ordinance, 1914
(No. 16 of 1914), the Governor-in-Council may from time to time
make regulations for the purpose of preventing the introduction
of disease into the Colony and Protectorate, or any part thereof,
from an infected place :
AND WHEREAS that area of the Karene District of the
Protectorate as set out and defined in the Schedule hereto has been
declared to be an infected place ; IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that
the following Regulations shall be applied to such area until
otherwise ordered.
REGULATIONS.

1. In these Regulations-
Health. Officer" means any officer of the Royal Army
Medical Staff, the West African Medical Staff and any such
qualified medical practitioner as may be appointed to act in
the execution of these Regulations.
2. No person shall leave the, infected area set out in the
Schedule hereto without a permit signed by a Health Officer.
3. Such permit may be granted subject to such directions and
conditions as the Health Officer may deem necessary and must
be produced on demand by a Health Officer, Constable or any
such officer as the Governor may appoint to enforce and carry out
these Regulations.
SCHEDULE.

All that portion of the Karene District which lies to the North
of the Little Skarcies River till its junction with the Mabole
River, thence in a straight 4ine to Mabili on the Rokelle River,
thence up the Rokelle River to the town Makump.
Done and passed by the Governor-in-Council this Twentieth
day of March, 1916.
F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Executive Council.

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Order No. 4 of 1916.


ORDER-IN-60UNCIL.


By virtue of the powers vest d in the Governor-in-Council by
sub-section 2 of section 17 of t e Public Health Ordinance, 1905
(No. 15 of 1905), IT IS HE EBY ORDERED that it shall be
unlawful on and after the Fi -t day of January, 1917, to keep
swine within those portions of he Parish of Saint Paul, known as
the Villages of Wilberforce ind Murray Town respectively,
in the Freetown Police Distrit

Made by the Governor- 1-Council this Twentieth day of
March, 1916. t:



P. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Executive Council.






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(Jazetted 8th April. 191M.

Order N. .5 /' 1916.

ORDER-IN-COUNCIL.


WHEREAS by section 3 of the Probates (British and Colonial)
Recognition Ordinance (No. 7 of 1915), it is provided that the
Governor may, on being satisfied that the Legislature of any
British Possession or Protectorate has made or is about to make
adequate provision for the recognition in that Possession or
Protectorate of Probates and Letters of Administration granted
by the Supreme Court of the Colony, direct by Order-in-Council,
published in the Gazette, that the Probates (British and Colonial)
Recognition Ordinance (No. 7 of 1915), shall apply to that
Possession or Protectorate :

AND WHEREAS the Governor is satisfied that the Legislature
of the Gold Coast is about to make adequate provision for the
recognition in that Possession of Probates and Letters of
Administration granted by the Supreme Court of the Colony :

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the Probates
(British and Colonial) Recognition Ordinance (No. 7 of 1915),
shall apply to the Gold Coast.

Made by the Governor-in-Council this Twenty-seventh day of
March, 1916.


F. A. MILLER,
Clerk q/ EK'rctiive Council.






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Gazetted 29th April, 19


16Order No.. 6 of 1916.
Order No. 6 of 1916.


ORDER-IN-COUNCIL.


By virtue of the powers conferred on the Governor-in-Council
by section 3 of the Public Health (Protectorate) Ordinance, 1915
(No. 10 of 1915), IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the town of
Port Lokko, in the Lower Lokko Chiefdom, in the Karene
District of the Protectorate, shall be and is hereby declared a
Sanitary District.
2. The Town of Port Lokko shall, for the purposes of this
"Order, be deemed to include all places situated within one mile
of the Governmenit Wharf, exclusive of the lands occupied by
the War Department.

Made by the Governor-in-Council this Tenth day of April,
1916.




F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Executive Council.


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Gazetted 3rd June, 1916.

Order No. 7 of 1916.


ORDER-IN-COUNCIL.


Whereas by section 3 of the Prisons Consolidation Ordinance,
1900 (No. 27 of 1900), as amended by section 2 of the Prisons
Amendment Ordinance, 1914 (No. 21 of 1914), it is provided,
inter alia, that it shall be lawful for the Governor by Order-in-
Council to establish prisons in any part of the Colony and Protec-
torate :

NOW, THEREFORE, ini pursuance of the said provision and by
virtue of the power and authority in that behalf vested in the
Governor-in-Council, IT IS HEREBY DECLARED that from and
after the Twenty-third day of March, 1916, the new building for
the reception of prisoners, situate near the Court Barri at the
town of Makene, in- the Karene District of the Protectorate of
Sierra Leone, shall be and is HEREBY APPOINTED A PRISON.

Made and passed by the Governor-in-Council this Twenty-second
day of May, 1916.




F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Executive Council.








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Gazetted 17th Jinw, 191 6.

Order No. 8 of 1916.

ORDER-I -COUNCIL.

WHEREAS by section 37 o the Post Olffice Savings Bank
Ordinance, 1898 (No. 1 of 18 ), it is provided that it shall be
lawful for the Governor-in-C ncil to revoke or amend the
Regulations set out in Schedule to the above Ordinance for all
or any matters connected with he conduct and management of
the Post Office Savings Bank, and generally for the better carrying
out of the provisions of the said 'dinance, and that such further
or amended Regulations upon ing approved by the Governor
and Legislative Council and pu listed in the Sierra Leone
Royal Gazette shall have the sai force and effect as if they
form part of the above Ordinance :
NOW, THEREFORE, in pursuanc of the said provisions and
by virtue of the power and auth -ity in that behalf vested in
the Governor-in-Council IT IS HER Y ORDERED that No. 15 of
the Regulations set out in Schedu A. to the said Ordinance
(No. 1 of 1898) is hereby amen d by deleting paragraphs
3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 thereof.
This Order shall come into opera tion on the First day of
July, 1916.
Regulation No. 6 of 1907, made by the overnor-in-Council on the
28th day of November, 1906, and ap roved by the Legislative
Council on the 9th day of July, 1907, is ereby revoked.
Made by the Governor-in-Council t is Sixth day of March,
1916.

F. A. MILLER,
Clerk f Executive Council,

Approved by the Legislative Council is Thirty-first day of
May, 1916.

A. MILLER,
Clerk of egislative Council.


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Gazetted 15th July, 1916.
Order No. 9 of 1916.


ORDER-IN-COUNCIL.
-

WHEREAS by section 3 of the Pensions Ordinance, 1901
(No. 28 of 1901). and subject to the provisions thereof it is, inter
alia, provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor-in-Council
to make regulations for the granting of pensions to persons who
have been in the service of the Colony :

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the following
Regulations shall be added to the Regulations which form the
Schedule to the Pensions Ordinance, 1901:-
1. These Regulations -may be cited as the Pensions (War
Service) Regulations, 1916.

2. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in the
Regulations comprised in the Schedule to the Pensions Ordinance,
1901, or in any regulations amending the same, which regulations
are hereinafter referred to as the Pension Regulations.
(1) Any period during which an officer absent on leave from
the Colony has, with the consent of the Governor or the
Secretary of State, servedawith His Majesty's armed forces
during the present war, or in any other capacity connected
with the state of war, may be counted as service on full pay
for the purpose of the Pension Regulations.

(2) No pensioner shall be liable .to have his pension abated
in respect of temporary employment either in a military or
civil capacity during the present war on work arising out of
the state of war.

Made and passed by the Governor-in-Council this Fifteenth day
of May, 1916.


F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Executive Council.



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Gazetted 5th Augqust, 1916.



ORDER-I

WHEREAS by section 7 (
41909 (No. 4 of 1909), it is 1
by Order, to be approved by


Order No. 10 of 1916.

ST-COUNCIL.

, the Customs Duties Ordinance,
wful for the Governor-in-Council.
the Legislative Council, to make


additions to the Second Schedhile thereto :


NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS EREBY ORDERED that the said
Schedule to the Ordinance b amended by the addition of the
following item to the Table of exemptionss :-

GIFTS-Whether the result of public subscription or of
individual generosity which are intended for British
Troops on active serv e in the Colonies.


Made by the Governor-in-C uncil this Twenty-sixth day of
June, 1916.


F. A. MILLER,
Clerk of Executive Council.


Approved by the Legislative Co ncil this Twelfth day of July,
1916.


F. A. MILLER,
erk (/ Legislativ' Council.



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Garetted end Septrolodr. IS. ir d /li

(Order .\'. Ih uf 1916i

ORDER COUNCIL.


WiintrEa by uectiou 7 of lit, 'ustoumu Duti.e Ornlinan-ce. 1t9N1
.No. 4 of 1909), It in lawful or thb. Giovrnr in Council bi
Order, to be approved hby the I islative Council. to make addi
tions to. omimionK from and al *rations in the second schedule
thenrto:

No-w I ITs 10KRUEI OutEimi th the following be added it the
Table of xemptions contained in the maid schedule. in its
proper alphabetical order:-
Rice

Ikmne and passed by the (ioverr r in 4'nulcil this 1st day
of Angust, 1916.



F. A. MILL.l.Kl.
V rA 4';rf .tnieerv I n0.irI.

Approved by the tLgislntive c' neil thlil :iloh Iay f
Auagust, 1916.



V. A. MII.I.KR.
t'l,.rk/ f f,,y/ahtV tb'.l..



i t.-Pnsist *I t., (h a w mmeni Pt1i"4 O)B> P~r.n4m mn
M P (t 361 eWt


















Utase lE 4th Sples.ib r. 1916.

tnIer .a. 13 gof 1916.


ORDER IN COUNCIL.


WHl'nrAS by sectionn 3 (1) of lthe (Coin Import anl Expolrt
Ordinam*'. 1916. it is provided that ihe (Govervnr in Coticil may.
with the approval of the Secretary of State. for the ('iOl',onir. lty
Onler prnlhibit the importation int., lt.. (t',lony i siiouch coin.
whether I.-al te..mldr Or lot within th*I ('Coliy. as anr its urch
Order tpeilled :

AND WHKRKA1 the Secr tary orf Stae. for the ('Colnies has
signifled hi. approval of the prOhibitioin an this Olrer hereinafter
.ipplaring :

NOW. THIIRRIPORK. IT It' IHKtIIIY illIKI thtll t Ithe imnmirtation
of the coins hs'rrvllnfter p1w'ileKlr I. ami thei m.mW i. hr.'hyV
prlhilbitel. vix.:-

The five franc piece of Franme. lelstinma. Italy mtnl Switl*rlawIl.

Done alld umPIed hby the Oovernoir i ('Council this 4th ,lay of
September. 1911'.



F. A. MIIL..KH,
('lrrek 1,f KArw'sis, fw C,.lue.








7. PriTnte't as the' Govenmeunt rt1nUng O1c,. Pwtowan.-Ma
M.P. C. 1l1t. VIL

















Giudrlll 91th SVrplylir. 191t.
trd,.-r ,V... II .'f 1916.


ORDER IN COUNCIL.

WH'KKA~K.s by virtue of Mection 17 (2) of the Public illeihl
Onlijance. g190(. (.No. 15 orf 19uih. the Governor iI (Council is
emn(powered to prohibit the keeping of swine as therein mentionel :
AND WHAtinAS by the variou Ornlders in Council specified in
the first column of the subjuintl Schedule the keeping (of Swine
was prohibited. inl.r alia. in shel places sl-ec-ilied in th. uisind
a column *,f the said Schedule:
AND WHIRRAS by virtue of section 4 of the Interpretation
Ordlinancet. 19Xt (No. 2. of I'lhit). the Goverinr in Council is
en.Mpoweredl to vary or revoke the miid Onhlers in Council :
NOW THIRKrFOR IT IS IIKRIKBY HitIKKItI) that the keeping
of swine shall onf longer be prohilbiie.l in any (of the places
specified in the second column of the maid Schdlule. and to that
end the various Orders in Couhcil specifle.l in the first column
of the Mid Schedule are hereby revoked. so far as they affect the
place specified in the second coluiimn.
THE SC IIKI)I ILK.

ORDERS IN ('oVrIL. PIt. K **


( Tihe l'Brilh ,of Sainl Arthur in the
for Nifty. I'l villite of Wellinilton and militate
No. o rf 4 l, May. l Iwithin i he l,. ,.lr, l),strilc .
SFrecn to.
SII The s iltagt, o(f Hllatini. York
and Kent.
.) The villnge of it.l .it ..r the
thpltltbotrh,'-l lthern'of. reumnntly
known Am the lIarilh of Smintl
No. i; 'f I tlh Mi n'r l'I12 \ 'harles.
(I 1 'I T shir r. vastli orf a lit', rtSnnithsi
notrtlh-Weil tw m souilh-.euit on ithe
It.lunmus lIslanls. 1.(NX) yanis west
frniom the ( overtnineti t landing
place at Duhlin.













T II S If E 1) I' L E-oiltiud/l.


ORDKRS Is ('o'NsIt I' A C KS.


4 ( .\ 1 i ar-a 3tithn a r.litlis of
No. t of lIth Marvih, 19'12 ;l W ranls fr. s l~3ad AllKsug pljct.
I uat lickieti, i th is luia fin IloltndR.

'I ll Thw lutr ,ins if tihl- Iranll of
I .$sint I'ola. knowns a tho %ilIw
No. 4 of 2~Ath .March. i16; of Willm.r,r- or.- nl Murnru T i
I r1twti v .l so the Frvi'e town
\V Polic.. District.
_ _ _ - -- i --------- ----


Done adul pas[*;1 l
of A.gust, 1916. .


by iht" G;iiverin,,r in I',,tii'il thllu 2th las%


F. A. MII.L'I.
(lrrk of AK(rollte, %11teo,.l.




























9MB-PriUted al the Oovermentl Pntiniti Offce. Pretwow.n -at
M11. Pe ; 1 916.&








16 4


Gaultal tih "Arplnltrmi. 191ti.

Ord," .V.'. / .*f /914.

ORDER IN COUNCIL.
*
WHKRBAS by the Trading with the Enemzy I xiteultoni ,f1
Powers) Onlinance. 1916. it is provided that the. (;Governor may
by Proclamation prohibit train: with pewrsns "r Ibelies of
persons therein more particularly tdescrilwd :
A.CD WHEREA3s by the alsvte-nmntionlil Onlinance it to
provided that any list of let "nu or boIliev of prtnint. incorporatel
or unincorporated. with whom such trailing io* iptihiltitid by a
Proclamation thereunder. may Iw varied or aildedl io hy an Order
made by the Governor in ('Counil :
AND WHERBAS by a Proclaination dated the li;th lday of Ant.ut.
1916. trading with the jeW ins and Im.lih of 4 wIn.,>n iiu.ntin-Isu
in the Statutory Li1A Pt out therein wa proihilit.Id
NOW. THKREOKIt. tby virtues' ,f the > loe.r awl thllhiorit in that
behalf vestued In ith (love.rntr in ('uintIl h th lit iall itrIliisus<,.
IT IS HBREBY ORDERKI) that ilts- SlAtutilor l.it. t M-Iut toI iii.
said Proclamation of t11. I;thl, ay 'o( A.\iiloat. 191ii*. Iw an. l
the sane hereby Is ilaiend'ul by the %ariatlioun aiti tlilltltion of|
the names set forth in the Schelulte hereto.

SCHEDULE.

ADDITIONS T1o 1.1.*T.
AIUKNTINA.
Aderu. Alberto. A ('Coumaniy ltihsn.ius Airs-.
BalIer. Carim. (a'lle ('uinill 417. Ihitsr.n \Wi-r
CoiMttagI a, Ihvid. lt1ie'siwm Aitrv.
Dondern. C. W. C.'nll M 1iejt,. Ilthenusi \tre ,
DyokerhoffT Whiunuimn Srhiullet, iulle '1'm.sti.te. .17. Itu.i,, u
Aires.
Fr inke. Otto & Coiltmuiy. 'mile, llioliv.r. l;1. lthU,.. AItrS.
Guthmanin. (of Socieshll Finuatiwiern i lndus.rial n mtl A inericaitia).
Hirech, (of Sociiahul Financien InlustIriail Siil .Aminericania).
Hoffmann & Stocker. C(lle Morenio. 4431. Ilmuenims AireS.
Koerting Brothers. Calle I olivar. 2'V2. Huen-e Aires.
Mamamino, Adolfo, Buenos Airet.









* 17


.ey'.&r. L. P.. a (' |iiipam 14all I.ina. 37. It*iu.n Ainm.
.1nnmje. Fvrinan.:,l. I'Prt.o It),.ral|n. I'albagnin.
kti.r. (of St-iAl:,l. Finn:,-ien Industrial SudI Aminricatm).
So-ilind Finunft r.n lIn.lutrial Stul Ampricana. II.*nns Air-s.
S.rilhl Tulm* iu.,-.manii l.inila,)a. fall, I -felt 3K3.
Iturisis Airt .
S.tetnT.i &A No'II. A. (L.. VAll,' ('4CaKallo. .99. tlesu' .Ainrs.
Stlfi.!, Schnack. Mtuller A ('Cumany. Hounue Airiw.
Sntl'ina.uch A t' mnpai y. l'u,.-n I).. uwo. l~Pang ia.
V.el. F. W.. A0. ('uiilan.. ('all. It-.feme. 417. 4 Ilun.t AirM .
W\ays & Frr.ytgi. ('a11.. hurn-. .504. iHu.no .Airm,.
Wm.axky. R. V'i. ('aile. 'orri.entr. uI.*. II..ne.m Air,..
Weygumld & Zulu F.Ide.. Calle Pern. 1<3. Ilrt..st- Air,'s.
Widhmiy,'r. K.
Wirth A S%-hitl-Wck. alley Sunnint. 3:72. llue..s Aires.

BOLIVIA.


Barlwr. Alfreit W.. A Company. C Hlickentlch A Company. Orur.
('ColImaIl Bwhm.n & (Company. L.La I'a A ()rurn.
Ila.,.ltl.rg A C'oumnpany. l.a Ia.
Dohnimann. hi)ah-. A ('Comnly. Oruron A I'nlisi.
Kmmel Hiernum 6s. I Piax.
Kilert. F. ; Li hax.
Fricke. Jermain. & ('Compmany. Orurn.
;undllch C. C. F.. Oror,.
I;nnthler. EKnmlt. Sondta.
IHinke. (mstav.-, A Cialmany. La 'Pax A ()rnr,,.
Ilirachmman ('A 'mimy. l. I's, A O)rrn
lmrnalm, Ie4rtnaut A ' QkJuiide A (bInt isrmant. (0whantslntw A Surre
4-hulMwrt. II. Is 4rutro.
Schweitter Fi*lil... Sanitn 'rnu
Stolen, S-chinck. Miller A Couniminy. Silnta (Irux.
Zeller. Villia'r & (Co'ninny. Sntia (Crum. Trinidalm


anil Yarnlm


BRAZIl..
A.hrnu. Fdlonnlo. Ruitn Dom Alailtwlis- Iahia.
llihen. Irnlmrlr. I un H Ii .lhI- nll. S. Lu.i. MAlranhm ,
HeIzphll. Otto. C(nni.
Itrpillahapt. Victor & C('onlmny. Hlion listor s. S. iatsunl,
Killer. Ile rarn. al.anam l'a mir, l' rnlamnul,',am
Knmprwi llhwpwke. Flis.rlianoillil. 4nnia (NilhnranB
Fontw.n, Arthur. 'Nivm Fnhiis',ii l, MMl
Fridihelisi AuMlhir A ('ltnipnn> Avenlda Mll.menlhn'. \,n. II. S
Lidx, Mrnanlans.
Flch,. .., A ('nmaiiM. (1 'miin Fth1s). ulin Sa'n. Iitoi. M. SAn

(ne.l'f. (I tuaf. l'sr.s.
(;rieen & Company. Ihlein. l'arn.
Guimarnam N.. & Company. Rna Luni. i e CaNmot. I ;. Rio ,Ie
.Janpiro












Hartmann. II.. Run Ilarin *li. Victorina 25. er. Ianmi.r...
HoIxborn. Krne.t. Rua lns Printni., IMishia.
Iiulandl. O(lar A Company. ('Cnr. ,
JoA Sllveira 4. .4oua. J..invill..
Jordan Gork..n C ompinmy. .n Fruniec.i lD). Siil.
Kroncke & Company. lirahyl In) NDrto .
Kuphlen. Otto. Plam.
Und. Von Der. & Company. Rua Di s Princemnui, l hin.
Lohum. Pama.
Monteiro Sant oi C&,mlany. nY.. laul<>.
. Mnsqieitr and Sour,. l~ra,.
Nawhbold. Ricardn. & ('ominny. Rna Hlenriqu. D)l. '7. S.4i
iPulo: Prso .\Asire.
PI.termnn. Adolf. & (ompainy. Run lDo Ap-ill..3;. .n. I'rnimh.u-n.
Rothwehild & ..nimany. Run 1: ID. N.,Viiembr.. :31. i'u. 1Iaml...
Rnnes and Bark. Larug Monte Alegri. 4;. .int,-.
Schtimann & Company. Para.
Simonek & Mon-ir.. Rna Do Bon Jesnui 21. Peu. t.nMilbur,..
.ocie dade Anonynm AmnaMr .n Andir-'n. Mania.
Steinterg M.eyer & Compiny. Avenido" UI, lSranc,. i.. R;i*. 4d1
Janeiro : Shn Paul".
.ltnder & Company. ishia.
Stofen. Schnack. Muller A Company. Corumln.
Welgandt. Para.
Welimflog Brothurm. Rua Lilwro Ilatian.r. 70. S. Palult.
Westphalen Bach & Comnla-y. Rua Coni : Sarniva. itUhia.
ALL COUNTRIES. IN CENTRAL AND S-f)lTlI AlMERIA.
Socineuial TIhn Mlnna .auann I.imitla-n.
(11'I.K.
Arrigortiagl Saturnlinon. Vallnrai A .Snutilato
nmlMianl SHilitrer. II. Sl. imnan A I ..uian%.
IDatipllidtr & Conmliany. Anl a.(lstn.
Olpisne-r. Maurici & Colulllny. Sntinlat : Vallxwrait> A
Talcahnatno
Hagnaner & nimliany. Valummlao
Paarman & Krhm. Vailparlmn.
-slpp.terwerke Olhdlmepi'ter A.ktipn (e .'llhafl.
tHlulmenranh & Co mpany. Puntia .rAn-nam.
Timmn'rmann & Co ( lmny. Valluratmi A 'antiaw
UnrI'. OeCar. IPunta An-.na.
Wanltir Klein A C 4'Ipanlm). VallrniisM i wml d Sanliima
Yamurtlna. t.. & ('rinpany. Concepiin
)KNM. 1 tKA
(.n.rmnil ilatporl io el Klort C.muinl.t FriA'rikohhlolin Kanal. 4.
(' Hirnw-iprung. E.. Stulidetr a tle. 5'. o<.|nh1 in.
Sm h1. Inlnriu,". (Cogwnllhanw.
Schalty. K .\.. Frm'iIrikshliin Kintul. I. Copenhi aeIn.
NETHERLANDS.
De Bruijn. Randinimitrnat. Amsterulam.











NE IIERHL1NDs, .AST INDIE.K.
** talviaa.-ch I I liat lt Wad." a l t a.
Hilick, K. .A.. lttndljfr (Oi Soel si.
NUk WA Y.
Btrun. Iulfdl.a, t'.. NunM'.,le.. 31. ('linsriatdnisa.
(thrsltevns. Iljulniur. li.11. Itigai., 24. Chlristmuut
ConraduIB. Jobh A/S. .SAtinger.
Gromdal. HIuv. Stranditi.. 1. Christnumt.
(undernon. Adnlf. Frldelrikstad
Henriksen. G;. A.. & CompanIy. Iuslk'i.leiis 1. Cihnsatniit.
Jaeger. T. C.. Stqpteni. 10. ('hristianma
Kristiansuds Elekrunchsomiike A/S. Fiakaa. nt-ar Krn*tluua issns.
Mortensen. Th.. lPremengi.. 2 It. Christiania
Mtiller. H. A., & Company. Dramuinsfrii>,en. l'l. Chruainia .
Obermann. W.. Drnuningegnsgt. 13. Christiajia.
Pettersen. Ant-. Skippergd. 28. Chrimtiania.
Petterven. Job. (owner of Kaffeekomiragnmet. Frltdeikeaal.
Scholtz, P.. Bergen.
PARAGUA Y.
Costagna, David. Asuncion.
Standt & Company.
Stolen. Schnack. Mull.r A Company. Asuncaon.
PIERU.
Cnnco. Jo'. A.. Lima.
DunkelbTrg. F.. Limai
Eliialte & Company.
Kimmel. Fernando. An(jloil|a.
Fnrinlld & Qulitorf. lima.
(uriln,. Anltenilr &A (Cona ui)o. I'nilt
(an-ia, Yrigves.'. Allxrt,. I.tmu.
HerklotM, A., Lima.
Ott. Ph.. & Coinmmny. Lima.
'Pallhte. A. A.. I'acamayo.
8chrhder. C. M%.. & C(unmslns. Limea.
Socitinlad TuINmas aiumnniinian I.initauIa. I.Uite
Umlauff. I.. Lium.
I'lIII .IPIN E ISI.ANI)S.
chbuburt, R.
'OHRTUA I..
VFrrnan .s MhtIIaUI 1.int. A ('uiiini4.y. .IislWHil.
Pel'rvlra, l.lhn
Wtim ner. l.nis,' .. huIt l a MIt i|lvii 15. i,, l.),ili
I'ORTI'i'KESEK KAT AFHIC',
Hteys, F rnllmil-A A Itll4iista
SPAIN.
Arozena. Jow .. Santa Crui.. Teneriffe.
Parte. Pedro (or Serra, Pedro Pareu. Calle Alcala. 44;, Madrid.
Tannenbaum, Juan. Carmen. 24. Madrid.










20


SWEDEN.
Bergmann. &Company. Birgerjurli~A'ten, 1t. Stickbholm.
ialstrmnd Brotdena. Jorgen. Knockg, 2. Mahlnu.
Lublin & Company. AB.. St. Vattug. 9. *. Stcklm.
Ritter. A.. Sodra l'romenalden. 57. Malmoi.
Schaub & (Comnlay. Stockholm.
ItKMOVAIS FROM LIST.
NETI KERLA ND )S.
low chaert, W. A It. Van Dierenn. The jagir..
PORTUGUESEK AST AFRI('A.
Alineida. Porto Amnella. Ptalna and lhi.
S.PAIN.
lirts (Manager of Felix Schlay,.r). itrcdlona.
VARIATIONS. *


PORTUGAL.
Mattes. Antonio. Lisbon. as published in the.
should reil
Mattos. Antonio. Run 24 de Julho. Lisirmn.
Mendles. A.. Lislion. as publiiidii in thle
should read
Mendte A.. Rua 24 de Julho. Li.idn.
Mtends. Joew Oporto, as publiuihtd inl the
should read
Mendes. Joo. Ruia dat Flores. 139. O()prto.


Statutory List.


Statutory l.it.


Statutoryv lIst,


Done and pjuwedl by the Governor iin C'ounnld this 2,th day
of Agstut. 1916;.




F. A. M1I.I.KR.
C'lerlk. Ef rrr1sthv (',1sleil.











t6.- Prlsnad Aa tl lbo, (nmnm, Prntain Oan ftinwl--.1
M.P. o1& C(-rr ni. *14.


















6tfetrtl nlsJ, .erptfsdo, I'16.

tind', .V... '. .. **r I '1.


ORDER IN COUNCIL.

WHERE..%> by tihe Tr.ulinu with their Kiw-m i E-xtu-ni,n 4-
Powers.) Onlimnanc('. 191*l. it i- pr-ih.sol itlut th. .overnir may
b y Proclati liin prohibit trmllin with I-r-on,- or Itlie. of
|wrsons therein muore particularly I--scrihtl:
AND WHEREAS I)y- ti.. .'ove-inuentii'.l I Orliin.nce- it is
providtdl that any list 4f( N.mr'nS 'Ir t.li,-'i .(f ipraMHI, lin-
cor|lorutttl or uinincobr()>ntlS. wili wsh.'i *simch tra iling is pI-
hiblitrl by 1 ProclimUilitii thil.rrn-irl-r. i11.% 6. I'.>rioil sor aulllhtl
to by an Order mail by the (;;u.%.rn,.r 111 ('..itn-il:
AND WHEREAS by it I'rol.imti.at *i.>.*-I ith. It;th 1)ay
o)f August. 1916i. trailing will Ihi. i|nr .ini .11111 xisn-li- If
|i.rx nms Imenlitionile in tIhl. S!.st.itlr Li-st -I 'llt ithier'ini waycs
prohibited:
AND WHIKHIEAS Ilv nm Orletr Ili ('...l .- i IAtS l thI. ?'lAth
flay If AaUsitI. 191;. il.rtaill t-irflatilsi t l .141 itinM1i wer".
nu lis. by way of nto(a'inliitwl "f ill- *, t.l sta(llitorr l.i.t;
INOW. THERKPRIIK. Iy h. irtli of d1w Ihoi. t il Au.thl.rtl
in thAlt behalf 'vsteols in tihe I;,'> ,rr '*r in -,,u-sm li II It he ..At.l
Orlillnance IT I IIs H KIRIV KIV slIil that Ihl c l.tul., I.. -t
suit ill ti1e ,sidl P'r hlimanati-ii 4 Ilh, l'th sIh 4 A nlsu.II. .l6l;.
IN' andi the uins lwrn'l>>i r.s fiurtlihnr ilsul'sh*l I'% lthe *triniiol A nl
iltdiionl oft hi IIthe na s t fourth ill th.e I 4che'.isul hulir'l,

SCHEDULE.

AIIITIONN TO I.IST


Kuillkk. Fnukal ,A I ',IIIIminy. Aveni.t *I Miy. I tl. I|.11-tu.
Aitre .
.Mollhr & ('unm~spn y. C'all .irtlnir' Mitr". 7..'. l1i.,1n1% Airl,.
h101.1 V IA
lKuinecke Finl'del & C'Iasumny. O)rrn.
HItA '/,II..
Ribeiro. Armando. HI{m Voluntarios ,In Paltria,. I4 & 42, Porto
Alegre.
Wolff. Eric. Pernambuco.













Asnel. (inllich. Martill. t'.alldi
J.-nn A l'k k Fridlolan .Iu, .i Kul VM-k). un Fmranque.

l.iant, S.ulalkin A l44iIi.;n. 'ir.n-i"..
l.,t-chnr. li.rmtaiiil. Plttn.-
Ptister .A A'e..l (Itl.,llhi V'.,i Pli-t,-r A l'.-p,.. Ama-I Alltlinl
Hll. Siloitika.
H(wllinii. Alexatin lr .Aluv-4 Hl.-.lini 1 Salinika A Pl'-rto lau,,-.
Schewentl. August. Ca inl. (t'r.t
Yelli. Saiuni l Judah.ll., Saloniika.
lPE:ISIA.
Hajji MfultaIuini.il Hll.uiin K;.i.-runi. l isalian.
Shelir,k. Gorv,-. T.h,-n-i.
I'KII.
Danoelitir A C'ompan. Mollenml.
IDoleidhln A Ki'nf.lpel. I.illa.
1'IIll.I INI.S INI..NDI.s
Connor. J. A.. MAlni...
cwll,,. II. Imanil.,
l'PORTl'.;..
('tlliilnJahm ,*In* Cok'u a1, Poirtl uin'. Itsma 41 fomnrllfri. 'IT. UI.IIwNn.
.Irrf. iin5 j... I ran- I'jiis- saiio. 1:1. U tiitine.
Kminusr. W. 0.. inlln. In% VIr-., .II. .11 OM1-I.
I-,II'ote.. hm '* A.vhai ,,-. l.,l-h i.
M.im. A < rvanlh, l'hrl.lo iiisa %I.w ; Mor ts .-I.- Ct'r a n)ll.. Trav us,
cLi lmlIrn N ,,si,. ?,'. I..L -,ii.
N1 nl li... Wi Sii,, -. K-1r tro ,, i tint.

P sts.s Fer. innsil.f A Ilt "I \n l<
Hermnlrdo KFi,.gi-n Vlivin FrniiI-a .Iamlcimii' Frrp-riain
llkptipin). ;t ilj. a :I (hr'im .e .h,. a . dI.i) IN .
\wo-wol. Htelov. HIna <'"ini N'. 1.1i14>
I*ITrI'nIl'WEs: VAST AFIIi'A.
C'hrisltoplihil 'l, lhco. r,, n-I, l II
StI' \IN
Arratm al. (uIbriel. 4'all, \laitahilhl. ? .. il.Mvnlt
1,'ili,'rui .hIome f i -, ..4*' i Ill l rit. -.r1, .1 ". I et 1 ,. Martintfo sit
SI 4r., 14:. kl a hitl,
IIarmis ter. llerionmei. Ai, .nial ',. \1 t, ,
Ihirs mae.ier. IIerni.soi .A Fillah Ara .ial .'. Is,: frIuairt1
I'alii. 21. TIly.
('liaii .(Fi,, nluivi. ('ia.si i,- li.. m s. 14. lMains I.
E'|IIIna. Aiintoi. .Mailas,.
Frendenthal. Gustiaf. Calle ,el C'mo. 7airagoa.
Gaimeprt. Ermili, M.1. Calls l'rinc<-,. 59;. Harcelona.
Onlle ..hm -I* Luin. Seville.









28


Giuncailves Hl nman,,-i, LA lhliiiu A T-nerif,.
lltusch. Hugu. A ('i.manny. 'iall,- |)ii r I I.-I I. rllarr-|-a.
& h2aI'nl. MIalltima
Hloppe. Cuarl*. y Syl i. Alan.i-la *I- Ma.zatrr.-la. 1. Iillosu.
"" Ln Defeim.-i" M.lali.
l.ian. A.ii-llnia itlis, ligtunill,.v. :tl Malig h
I.-p|M.. J.e.'.. 'tII,, Dipuoll ucini. I 12.11. II rel.'sil,.
L.rnies', M. t(irraguia i-t>nasnl>nly a- lll (ar rsto., 'i14 I. la
itmeunt. 1. '1,Malage.
Morlin.. .Jtuin (iiali,. C'.dl. 'nl-lii, 1.. M2. anl.a
Muldler. Fnritlu'. Vigi,.
M.uller. li rmniunn,. Avi'n,. *21ll. tfarv'-lun.
Noraganari. Lui.t. Turamauiu
Rafuls. Jaimei. MDirmitlri, .San Franivrn. .'. IlIorr.liu,.
Ramnir-S,. Atioii-. .Malan.',
Salvindor ll.r-nimnutn. al-o lit. Caiellon.
Segnlerva. Itafarl lluiq Siemens. Sc-hiikkrt hilustria Kh-ctrica, Itrc-lon;a. MA.Iri-l aial
Valencia.
SxociiNlail F.lfaola A.inanimina 'im Fahrie;,*-ili. I.* PeIrla.
Imitlariin. Calle Dipula'ion. S7. :'1. IILS & 11 1. iarrl.itua.
Trickner (,,r T.ikinr) Minxim,. .M.rrui|l IIurcelinn, and Vl.nrcia.
SWEDEN.
Sve ,iska l.imni mainn-fabrikeii K-miniililMia. Vrxir M.*,-r
& C,'lnimpny. l.,,,Ikrnnau
I'rC'OI'AY.
(ilsIenus. Knrili.ue. Montepviol,'.

IKMIOVALS FROM IL.IST.
A.iOKvfNTIA.
(inllihiinn. S.. fi,,rminrly, of SNoierlalI linalncoirlru Inltuelrial Sil
Ainerlvnuai
Ilarly. K.. A fI'ninmny. i(sirlin.ri lIanly &A ,MItil,.'ukn*smui. Ihonemw
Aires nil H*mrio.
Miartleis, ilh, MHo Brothem, C'all, Itlanrl ,. .5.54. HIurI, A.lrv.
IIlMAZII.
Whilaksr. Krun,.sl. A C 'omll),n. Sali...
C'I'A D1OI.
Klirich. hiunpl. .lulil. I'.. liirmui.t,-. tkl15in i1. ('armniuf's.
.lulil, I'ro. iii (Ol'irlioer $of .i. II Ir anorn ll. hiLa *I, l'ailnlq(
.1ii .Jllrg, i ll'ir ionr tof Il .I ll I l .laIll. MIutairs ( I',rliter oi l .' .Ilil ite'rms ,iowa, ll.hII41, a('al eli .
Anlii.l-t.'rijjir (sillni A .vihs linhanshi. I imhiwit,
Chrilai.liurollr. Zan'rs. H.Iesi.
Keprielli. -lit-ti .
Miasirian. Kerman.
Tabibian. M.. Realht.













'ullCOn J,.. .. LA.1.,
Eliamkle & ('a'm1111n.
Garria Yries.lv'.n,. Al.l.rt-. l. In<.

I'OPRT)nil' E FAsT AFltCA'.
Vill0 Majo,r. A F.. Lnurn-,i- M ,aut,-,,.

SPI'AIN.
Bonsouis & Coumpanly. Tarrmon,,

sWE DEN
Grubbemn. Carl E.. Stockholm.

VAHIATIONS IN L.iST
JA .PAN.
Evera. Simon A ('<4ulmjuy. 2.1 Yiasuhita-cho,. Y'kluInmu.: lil
.'.d|oim.lchi. Kolw. as publilsheI iln ithl- statlt..rr I.tl. ,houilil
rwd
Simon E'erm A (A C.mlany. 2.' Yamlashati-ho. YokAolaum : 111
Yedoiachi. KoInw.
Sholn,. Schmill. I Yauyiuch,,. Itchlimn*. K-jainachi. Tokyon.
Las publishedlI in the. HIatulory I-sl. shdulll rm'nl
Schmidt. Slhontn. I. Yayoeuch,. Itchome. Knjimiclhi. Tokyo.

N ITI I E I .A N ID.
Ikldnak. llernuan. W\'oiuw.rral ignlnmhnt,. 1J%. A.nit*l.rlaisa. as putllashil
in llthe Statutory L.iL alishiil rval
HIkenak. Ileraman. Franio Vain lli,,rstrat. .11. A\m.ir Mehoi'rs. Karl. S iltonumnart. MIsustl'h pl,.o>. l'r IIp llenlrikkadi, X?.
liutdhcrlami. MI publishiliil inl tih' statutory l.,t. hliaimil
reawl
chrolwmr,. Stomlsitvaurt. Masthiolmihip Pl'ren llievrikkle,. 2bI.

Scbwpdersky & 0m('ialenyl rinlved'iilijkwaillNim. :,. lIt{illnlatin.
os published in tihe' SN 1114ory l.iht. ,hi,.oll ,m1.,l
Mchwedelky't. A. I1.. Stucr.'*. liravnslitjkal. IlON. IHoll-ri'lin
Van Dam. (' W. I A ',minun... Molt .b,
as itllelh hil In llh slnlht -hry l.W. 1hl,,.il r",al
Vai DAn). C. W. II.. A C,,many. Havihrl'n(nM. la. Hl Voo>t, A Dr'. PrinlirwnuAl, 1.('I. A, iAnImelin. vo. p|hlilimh'l ill ihlle
lStatutory Wlist, shotiul rndil
Vmilt(. A. Dl., lP'rineWMstlnMul. *I;., Notternltam.
Zuil-lollnflandche i rktrirch,' illikdrtnkkernj sl(.vlin, A
Emballage Fabrie.ken C'inlminy (.1. Nonrler.i). aIattnsmtw~e. 4I.
Rotterdam. ias lImblished in the Statutory l.ist. should
read
Zuid-Hollandsche Blikdrukkerij Spee1'a.l- & A Em hantllage
Fabrieken (J. Nornten). Jacob Catt ,tr.mt. I ln.. Rotterolam.












PORTUGAL.
Santoe. Joaquin ila Anumpao Artino T"rav' a strella.
19. 4 Lisbon. as published in the Statutury List. should
read
Da Asmumpqano HUant Artlno. J, Estrella. 19, Lwshon.

URUGUCAY.
Clause & Company. Misionue. e"q.. P1Idras. Urugtuy. it publill,-lI
in the Statutory IAst. should read
Clausen & Company. Calle Pledra. 19.1. Monitvi-lea
Raplmeyer. C. C. (partner of Clausn & C'oiiasaey). 'ruguay
as published in the Statutory stA. should nrad
Koppelmeyer. WCru Christian (paituer of V('iaseM A V'*nlm|ny) .
Uruguay.

Done and pamsl by the Governor in Council thi *1ith -Ly
of August, 1916.




F. A. MILLER.
f '"lrk *cof Ex'restli- It's se'eril.


73.-Printed a tbm OovuMmr s Pfrttu Ocv. Frceeown.--3
".P. Kat cm nit. rit

















tiatllEd 9th Sprrrmber. 1916.

h)rdrr .V;. 17 ,f 19te.

ORDER IN COUNCIL.

By virtue of the power vstted in the ;over,,or in Council.
with the approval of the Legislative Council. by section 2 of the
Tribal Administration Extension Ordinance. 1!9w; (No. 27 of 190WP).
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that all the provisions of the Trihal
Administration (Freetown) Ordinance. 190.5. other than such
provisions thereof as appear from the context to be applicable
only to Freetown. shall extend to the Sherbro Judicial District.

Order No. 11 of 1910. made the 18th day of April. 1910. and
approved by the Legislative Council on the 9th day of June. 1910.
is hereby revoked.


This Order shall mine into force on the lit day of Noveunalwr.
1916.

Done and jammed by the (h.e.rnor in Council this :21b day of
August. 1916.

F. A. MI.IKIt,
I 'lork ctf KXrvlilw ('eo'mld.


Approivel by the Legislative Council this .t1ih day of AunruM.
191;.

V. A. M.1,FKit.
CVr off lywolesliei (1%uslil.



SW.-Pnord as lbs naovtramnt Prmu1an Oke. FIremowa.- -3
M.P. D.C0J 7MIl zta


















Utantlli JUth SOptrnl&,wr. I ol.

OIlrder .\'-. Is ,, um.

ORDER IN COUNCIL.


WHERSAS by section 23 of the Public Heaulh orditancic. I:o.'s
(No. 15 of 1905). as amoened by section 8 of the Fnr.4tuwn
Municipality Amendment Ordinance. 1912 (No. 13 of 1912). it i.
provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council from
time to time. inter adia, to declare and appoint plao-s to Iwn public
anarkets within the meaning of the mid Onlinancie. and therevuipnt
all the provisions of the said O(lrinanc!, applicable to market
shall apply to such marktns as shall bI li -Ir.-lrlI and pp.1 ioindl
as aforemaid :
NOW, THEREFORa. in pursuance of the mid provision anul Is%
virtue of the power and authority in that behalf vi-.td in the
Governor in Council. IT It HuRIuKB D)KCI.ARICD that the ilacm
specified in the subjoined schedule shall l- awnil art- hertihy
appointed public markets within Ih nmeaninta -of the mi.lI
Ordinance.
H II K I 1'" I. K:.

Naume of MNanaser or Inqpri'atn r PIor |

Mr. A. (l. Maxwell ... ... No.' ? WalIl| M|. SIrt,

Memm. 8chumacherand HSitrasnanua Itawdiln Strr1 l

Mr. M. It. D~l>vie ... ... No. 132 Fanimah ithy ianlI

Momoln Allir ... ... Corner of Water aiil
Trrilawoy Strn-aP

Mailde and pmmmi by the (Iovernor in 'otinill thi I lith ,lay
1eplsmlwr. 191).

,. A. MIIl.l.Kl,
(Iferk of wrisie.- f 'I asge'id.

Wi-Pnsated ms theo florenmuat PIratins OM. Fivntown Wm
M P Ita. ISIl 11

















it Zetleni 30th i ptelrmler. 1916.

Orier \-'. 19 tf 1916.


ORDER IN COUNCIL.


WHEa s by the Trading with the Enemy tExtension of
Powers) Ordinance. 1916, it is provided that the Governor may
by Proclamation prohibit trading with persons or bodies of
persons therein more particularly described :
A.-o wnKEar_.s by the above-mentioned tordiuance it is
provided that any list of pelrsns or blxlies of persons,
incorporated or unincorporated, with whom such trading
is prohibited by a Proclamation thereunder. may be varied
or added to by an Order made by the tGovernor in Council :
A.m wiua.As by a Proclamation dated the 16th day of
August, 1916, trading with the persons and bodies of
persons mentioned in the Statutory List set out therein
was prohibited:
Asot w ar.ntls by tOrders in Counicil date the .LSth day if
August. 1916, certain variations nnd additions were made Iby
way of anlndilcent of the saill stntutory Ist :
Now, THlERtrouE, by virtue. of the power and authority in
that behalf vested in the governorr in C'ouncil by the said
Ordinance IT Is nErrnatv o0t>:1u430 that the Staltlltory Lint set
out in the said Proclamation of the 16th dlay of A.ugust, 1916.
he and the same hereby is further menwdeil liy the variation
and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto.
MCII K)'LE.
ADDITIONS TO LIUT.
AIIENTINA.
"La Germano Argentina":
Ellerhorst. Fernando ofr "i (reinnano A.rgentina").
Ilasherg. I'., (of "laa Oermnano Argelntinta").
Kolelt, 0.. (of "l (la O(rliano Argentinn").
Meyer, Martin, (of "lIa BOLIVIA.
Eisner, Juan, and Company, Hanta Cruz.












BRAZIL.
Cia Lithographira Hartmann Reichenbchr, Hua Guomuun 9M,
Sao Paulo and Rantos.
Schar. Ernewt. Pernambuco.
W\idzflng. Max, Sao Paulo.
C'IIILE.
Trillo, Victor, Antofagasta.
IDENMARK.
lIkldring and Company, VodlroffipladMIM and V1*tr* Iloult.
vard 47. <('Oenhngipn.
Miehl, (s., T,,rlhnskll.gind *"-2. <'oii.nhnglen
P'eternA. P. ('arl. Ilolumpn KanalJ t'onl-uagrn.
ItRamtnuiuen. Alf.. and Company, Martinmv. 9; Vestri lBoule.
vard 9. Copenhagen.
Riis, C., Bonne Linoleum A R.. Kronprinmensgade 6, Copen-
hagen.
Winkel and Wondt. Born 7. Copenhagen.
ECIUADOR.
Hlurau. Juan. Manta.
MO(ROCO.
iTiIis LSrr SviKnsat~s A.t. Pusotvs Lima ro Monwoc-x.)
Abekhzel, Aaron. Laraiche.
Alhithol. MoSos. and Sonw. (Abithol. Jomrph M.. Samuel M.,
Iafne'l M1.. Lamrnicr.
Af Anmr. Memxl .1.. IArakihe.
Aannrtl. Mohaniml It.n Il)rem EI. Iarslche.
.%mir. Tnhe.r lien. Larnalhr.
Anhrl. VYurf El. armirhr.
Asiharnal. Ald.lewnaha. Arlla.
Ammniyng, Simon. Irasiche.
Amanyng. 4olnmonn. Larnlrhr.
Anni. Abhmen El l. ralrhr.
Axtot. Alislalnm. lfarirhe.
Axtot, Fecdl Ien Mohnnird. latniche.
Axtot, Siddelh lien Ahmnid. Laralrbe.
Itaghar. )ris El. Alcasmr.
Ilakknal. El Aynahl El. Armlsa.
Bakkall. Mohamed, Trtnan.
Itennrrnmh. Iralhim. lamrlrhe.
lnIlnvaynn. Snlnmnn, flrmirlh.
IHnlflah. Ella. LArmlrhe.
Ilenlril. Itaftnl, Larnirhe.
l'nmnIrrgul, Vidnl M.. Telnan.
Henros, lWmar, laminrle.
Rlenalat, Jarob. IArtlrho.
HIte nhlton, Joneph. IAInlrhe.
Bensmhiton, Moaes, Iaralche.
Ilemam, Oolad, TAraiche.
Botbol. 8entob Haim, LaraJcle.












Bukharl, HoUuein Abdelaun El, Tetuan.
Caduoh, MeUed, Larasche.
Cohen, Meiod. Laraitihe.
Cohen, IS. and J., (Cohen, Simon J.. Jouwph J., Scialuum .1..
Jacob S.), LaIrlche.
Cohen, Simon D., (Cohen, Simon U., Jacob S.). Laraiche
Dukall, Uladj lien Mantl El HaUynni, Laraiche.
Dukall, Hlamed Ben Feklk, Alcaxar.
Eljarrat, Jacob, (Eljarrat, Amraum J.. Judah J., Meir .I.o.
Alcasar.
Eljarrat, Judab, Alcasar.
Gelool, Mohamed lien Abdel Kriun ltn. Alcazar.
Hababi, Mohamed El, Laralche.
Iadj, All lien El, Arila.
Haquiba, Cades, Larairhe.
Ilarrack, Abdeslama El, Alcazar.
HBahali, lamed Ben El, Ari-la.
Haihmi, Mohamed lien El. Arzila.
Hashmi, 81 Hamed El. Tetuan.
Hisu, Mohamed Ben, Arzila.
lomsein. Mohamed El, larniche.
H'Sissen. Selam (Abdle.laine El. Alcazar.
Hum, leichardt, Arxila.
lusmaein. lien El Hadj El Jtmwili. .Alazar.
Kell, J., and Company. lar iche.
Kouira. Irees, Laraiche.
Lebady, Mohanmed, Tetuan.
Levy, Solomon. Iratiche.
Maaruull, Uadj Mu.llalil El. I.rnirhw.
Mestbahi, Mobhlanid *El Kari. .Alrn.ar.
Mokhltar. Mohalniniel. A.riln.
Mokhltar. I lail. Arills.
MorytuN'f. liFortumnte S.. iMy~rtvowf,. I" S l.ilnlh S.. Slitmin.
.1.), laralch'.
MoryuMaf. Jo(M|phI and Vlda1. .41rnihe1.
Mloryum'f. Mesod I Id lnsmii. L.jnirlhe.
Mludden. Mohanisil El, TetUnni.
Mayal, lIwac anil M.. Iaranirch.
Mzanaxi, Mohanidl El, I.arnichr.
Odadlah, Jottsph llnihim. Larnichlr.
Ouushihi, Abdlridlniamn El. Alcazar.
Kensachanaen, A., and ('lmmuny. Irnairire.
Rohner, Friedricrh. amrahw.
Rohner, Werner, Larnalhe.
Babbaf, Mokluf andi 'Conimlny. lamrnich.
Sabbhab, Meaod, lralrnche.
Babbab, nimon,. Larnlw.
Bagar and Woerner, LIratlhhe
Sherti, Mohamed., TtIinan.
Phorti, Mohamuud, lIe-n 1I:, Aralla.
MHlaonal, 1lesH|l, Larnilclh.
Sondry (E.asoudrl"y aiintul; mouldry !rinlc'hlIi and I'lio,,
Laraiche.











Soussi, Hadj Mailond El, Laraiche.
Souwai, Howaeli El. Laralche.
Steinkampt, Heinrich, Alcazar.
Tarnow, Max L., and Company, Tetuan.
Tani, Abdel Wahab, Laraiche.
Wedele, Jehan, Tetuan.
Zailachl. Abdleilam El Atmrt. Iaraiche.
Zcgari. Hlamed, Laranche.
Zegari. Talb, Laraiche.
Zimmermann, Aleaaar.
Zwartfeld, W., Laralche.
NETHERLANDS.
Itlitneveld and Schellen,. lloompjes, 40n; Pirkstrsat 63S,
Rotterdam.
Goldawhmeding 0. A., Knlverstrant 56, Amsterdamu.
Hertzfeld. L. H. Van, Wijnhaven 24a. Rotterdam.
Kan. Alfred Abraham. J. J. n., Van Aemsteltraat 2o,
Amsterdam. ,
LAetiw. Simeon De, and Company, Klovenlersburgwal 72.
Amsterdam.
Molenberg and Dekker. Stat ionstr. 53. Zaandaim.
Olie and Vetfabriek "l'f Shie" N/V., Westerkade 6,
Sclhievdam.
Peermitmin. 8., and 'omipany. Tauidweg 4.5, Hilvermam.
Rompi, .1. )an. Iejongest rnat. Terntuzen.
Ve te'grn, J. II., (i;intmb'hti-,ing.pl 261. lotterdlam.
Viwer. E. E.. and Zonen landiilsverveniging. Kromboom-
sloit 37, Amsterdam.
Wallig. (Gebrud-r. Singer 'NO. Amsterdam.
WIViner. II.. and Compnan, Randhueilmtrnat 3. Amsterdanm.
*NORWAY.
Annemwrn.Phllp E., ('hritllnanhtind.
Aimin-rmwi, i'hriMtinni, Itimudhuellmingn 11. Christilash5.
Arnemainni, Ilan Thi., Thlillaxigndle M$ ClihriNtllana.
Anutlh'n. Otto, Mnnkedamsnn. 9, Chrlutlania.
lehrlntiiz. Andreas, Anlemind.
Dldrirla''n. Moy and Company. Kongensgt. 14. Chrlstiania.
Fonrr.iede Feldspattbrnd A/S., $oarliborg.
fludiwilrcker and Co Johaniiis.n. lnagnar, lAvenISkioldat. 3, Chrltl innia.
Johnbiin. A., Sklen.
Norsk Tarmindusatri A/M/., Itapkkegt. 24., Chrisatinla.
Norwegian Sardine Comipny. Kopwrvlk.
Rain ltapnvnal, Engren, 18. llrigen.
Stavanger Conrwrve Vainrik. Inrvill. 47. Stavangemr.
Tangevald, L. A., A/$., ToldlM gilde so. Clirliatltila.
PERI A.
erushbil, Kerman.
PEII'.
Leon, Felix, Pacaamnyo.
Raygada, R. Y., Palts.











Bhiaefer, Carlos, Plau.
Trittau, George, Lima.
PHILIPPINE ISLANDs*.
Arend, A. Von, Manila.
Aidnga Company, Limited.
Basilan Plantation Company, Zambsnaga.
Cooper Company. P.O. Dox 109, Manila.
Detennann. A., (of Manila Commercial Companyp, Manila.
El 81glo, Manila.
Fua Matas Company, Calle Roarlo, Manila.
Omur, Otto and Company, Manila.
La Yebana Cigar Factory, Manila.
Lampe, 0.. '(of E. A. and Otto Wetwrj, Manila.
Landablh, J., (of Secker and Company), Manila.
Lohmann, J., (of E. A.. and Otto WVeberl. Tuguegarao.
Maack, A., (of Manila Commercial Company). Manila.
Manila Commercial Company, P.O. Box 142. Manila.
Aleller. P.. (of Manila Commercial Companyl.. Manila.
Menzi. J. M., Manila.
Nagel. P.. (of Juan eilboth and Company), Manila.
Oriente Cigar Factory (La Perla Del Orientei. P.0). Box 130.
Manila.
Seiloth. Juan and Company, Limited. Manila.
Siegert Siebrand. Manila.
Strohecker. P.. Manila.
Velbagen. (of Oriente Cigar Factory). Manila.
Welbr. E. A. and Otto. Cagayan. Manila and Tuguwigarao.

IPOTI lT'(. I.
P'ulu. O(llii'rnm.. and 'Comipanry. ilina III n> AlfMndrlgea i%.
iporto.
PIORTI'"(l'E." W':4T AFItlCA. Iti MI IL, i*1iTI
(UESE t*'INI.:A. ANI FEUN.\NiM Pi'.
Iniqo. Alfonmo. Itio Muni.
Karmten. Friedrirh, Ilanibmdlirra.
Lieb, Euagen. nntia l.alnwl antid Sut Carlai.
Maninetter, Ikoomna.
Morith. E. II., and Company. Santa Iinmll.
Peres v Morn. Fernsando Po.
Rolf, LuilS, Illasnn.
8chwartz, I1ans. (Iblm.
Reifert, Pauln, lhiolsna.
Titzek, Rudolf. limo. (chlode ; itannmlldirnira (I'lm : linflata
Cacheo and Fartln.
Vow, plans nFrim.
Woeormann Lini, Fernuuudo Po.

SPAIN.
Blas, Herrero, Malaga.
Chell, Jose Vilchez, Isaac Peral 22, Cadiz.











Goncalres, Francisco, Las Palmam and Tenerife.
Goniales, Julio, Alameda de Maarredo 1. BlIbso.
Gotz, Anton, Hotel Moderno, Tuy.
Joanuldes, Temistodles, Cealle General Menacho 9, Cadis.
Union de Detitladores de Esenias de Espams Sociedad
AnoaUma, Maiga.
SWEDEN.
Engstam, P. L., A/B., Drottingg. 81, Stockholm. ,
Hanson, Wilhelm, and Company, Vagatan 6. Stockbolm.
Lagerlors, Sam., Maakinbyra, Cenuralpalatart, Stockholm.
URtOUVY.
Cauto, Roberto (c/o Staudt and Company).
Vasques, Pablo, Salsipuedes 231. Monterideo.
REMOVALS FROM LIST.
ARGENTINA.
Costaguta, David, Buenos Aires.
Kuicke. Frankel and Company. Arenida de Mayo, 1400,
Buenos Aim.
Svenson, O)hion and Company. Cerrito 36, Buenos Aires.
Widmayer, E.
BRAZIL.
Poock and Company, Bahia.
CHILE.
Yaurleta, R., and Company, Concopelon.
NETHERLANDS.
Blitz. Hienpootduln -; Inavfrnkaul 47, Scbhevrlusn.
Delden, Simon, lipositiduln =2; Ilavenkade 47, Shbeven
Ingen.
Delden and Blitz, Selnpostduin 1-; arvenkade 47, Scheveu.
ingen.
Ean, A., Jxn., Blaslumstraat 1. Amsterdam.
NORWAY.
Dental Company (J. Broderson). Christlanla.
PORTUGOAL.
Heruhld, 0., and Company, Rue de Prata. 14, Lisbon; Rut
de Nova, Alfandopg, 2, Oporto.
Pereirn, Lisbon.
8WEDEN.
Forsblad and Son, Normr HIauingtan, 0, Gotbeaburg.
VARIATIONS IN L1AT.
BRAZIL.
Da Precedta, A. Alres partnerr of Fonsaea and Company),
Pars and Rio de Janeiro, publiabed in the Statutory List,
should read
Da Motta, A. Alves. (partner of Fonseca and Company),
Para and Rio de Janeiro.











NETHERLANDS.
De Braijn, Raadhuastraat, Amsterdam, published In the
Statutory Lift, should read
Braijn, P. C. de, Raadhulastraat 4, Amsterdam.
NORWAY.
Broderson J., (Dental Company). Sandefjord, published in
the Statutory UList. should reed
Broderwon J., Chrlstianla.
ipens, H. D)., Christlanuand, published In the Rtatutory
List, should read
Riegen. H. F. von. Prof. Dalilgate. Christiansmd.
Rusten, Erik. Sarpaborg. published in the Statutory List,
should read
Rusten Erik. Blergen.
PORTI'OAL.
Caumacho. L. F., Funchal. Madeira. published in the Statu-
tory List, should read
Camacho, Luis Edwardo, Traresia Do ouido 26. Funchal,
Madeira.
Wimmer J., and Company, Rua ds Magdalena 45. Loslbon.
published in the Statutory List, should read
Wimmer, J., and Company. (Johannes. Hlans and Max
Wimmer), Rua da Magdalena 45, Lisbon.

Done and paiwd by the Governor In Council this I1th lay of
September. 1916.




F. A. MILIKKR.
Clerk of KnMliehw CouWrl.


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(;tll- l 30tle Septroltdr. 19!.

Order .V',. ;"_' .,, 1ltl .

ORDER IN COUNCIL.


MWati:us b'y the. Trading with the L-ine.my i Extiini-ii ,1f
PowersI o4nlitiani'c. 1916i. it i prlavnil'al that ith. ;-overrior imay
by Pril-inanaition pnrhilit trt.liiag with pe..ronifi oar lNM-liep ,f
peIrnwms therein imo -r particiularly ide.m-rilm-41 :
.ANI WIIrlici:s la y the. nlliv. hIillliinal-4l i r'Ilitnlaitrs' it in
prniviidedl thlit any list f lt E-arm'mn onr m9lit-i, of |N'rNp.iwi.
ini('>or| nttaIl car wtiliina arar n>ita-il, with i iltilli amt li, Itr ling
is prihliilite-l liy l 'rhProcla:inatiha thlirnieIlhr. maun INw vnrieul
or nadlled ti) hly anil ( Irl.r iist hia Is% thli ( *overn.ll r in ('41it111 i :
A.Ni wImI:r.% blIy n P'r.limninintioln hldat,4 thi ,1611I ,IIh T of
A.Ilugst. 1916. tmulining ithill thi' IwM ilr')I ntil IMmlieS ofi
peI~.ris> iiirtitin4 ill fin h tt i ihtory I.,Jt wi, oiut thenrrin
wnm prohilbilt.l :
.%%a WHi:Hr,%i Iy v irsrra i4 E'valIl lI initl tlsal t 'sth lin if
A .lIgeli-, IIlli, ianl till- IN"il stls of S.-pilt'eail-r. Il i c flnll
V rilJ lnim ai nil iiasllit ,iiam uwrn' iiilra lr %it u % of natIti ialaimitl ,of
thr wil HSiatory ,ir t :it
NOW TiiI:l:I;Iaia:l t virltil osf lat I. IWm r tnil (ltli rtlit li
t11li la t'hlIlf vit,'ai l in t i (; .rirn r in ('m a cil Is tl h' Ow siI
Ord nlistrs,' IT isf jI i:ln siiti .fIia ow ti ,f l.r S atttil.ary i let tl

INe nti ilh It ila eatr i .lila'v I f artliar a I aiw' $stil e'sh \ i\ l l as'ri 't tin
and n4militioi1 of tibe mnmira 44-1 fooril in flat thriilte, horin.

ADDiThIv Ti L.IST.

Ilannes Alemiiani Triaissliuitiron siti'aii(e'r I Ilt'roa Ilnisk).
Ilaiw'n (h'rilllillls'e do. hI A lti alrtl 1 Sirl 1irllt, til ls', Shti l
Atmirlki tin iihle I tllk i.
lhwueiltyzr, l'ell|<'. Sinlit IP', 9-I"I, 1 u.iHario.
IIU.I VIA.
unnco Alminan Trnnantlnntion i )rItsM'he I'e l'rmeeis'lhe
Bank).











BRAZIL
Achlm and Company, Joinville, Sta. Catharina.
Banco Aleman Trantatantico (Deutsche Leberseelscbe
Bank).
Beaco Germanico de Is America del Bud, (Deutsche Bud.
Amerikanshe Bank).
Bercht Brothers, Roa Voluntarloa do Patris 44, Porto
Alegro.
Brae aulache Bank fOr Deutschland. Bah'i; Porto
Alegre; Rio de Janeiro Banton and RBa PA'sl..
Bmmberg, Dandt and Company, Rus Voluntarioa da Patria
4 and 56, Porto Alegre.
Buhle, C., Porto Alegre and Rio Oranite no Hnl.
Compaeila Braslelra de Electricidade, (Brmprh of Siemens
Scheckert Werke), Avenida Rio Branco ;9 a'id 1, Kia
General Camara 87, Roa do Hospileo ")3, .Iio de .ln inro;
and Rua Sao Joao, Bahia.
Demarchi and Company, Uragua.yanr.
Empresa de Nsvegagao Moequelro E. Boar6, Para.
Campo, Jose Pinto.
Offina Velhote itiva.
Offlrina 'iuva Casuilli-r.
Empma Graphics Rio Orandense, Itua do* AndredaK 447
Porto Alegre.
Hermanny, Louis, and Company, Rus Gonoglves Dias 54
and 57, and Avrelda Rio Branco 126. Rio de Janeiro.
Ostermeyer, Frederico, Rus da Quitanda 63 and 175, Rio
de Janeiro.
Pintach (Julius) Aktlengesellschaft, Rua Bao Pedro 9, Rio
de Janeiro.
Rellknann and Company, BRa B 6 Vista 42, 8ao Paulo.
Schllck, Alfredo and Company, Rus da Afetmbles 14; and
Rua Quitanda 47, Rio de Janeiro.
Simoes, Angalino, and Compnany, Rio do Janeiro.
Sinjen, M., and Company, Novo Friburgo, Rio de Janeiro.
* ociedad Taboa Mannesmann, limited, Rua do Romario 64
Rio de Janeiro.
Sterner, Pedro Maurico, Pars.
Vietra, Francilro Balles, Mansaon.
Wachtel, Marxen and Company, Rio Urnudo do Sal.
Weluflog, Alfredo (dO Welsflog Brother), Rua Maranhao 21.
Bao Paulo.
Welandog, Otto, (of Welmadog Brthers). Avenida Paulita
112, 8ao Paulo.
CHILE.
Banco Aleman Transamtlantico (Deutwrhp bptwrnt iMw Bank).
Banco de Chill y Alemnani, (lanco for Chile and Docuteib
land), Antofagats; tantiago; Valparaiso; Concepcion;
Teomueo and Valdivia.
Banco Oermanico do Is America del Ruod (Deutsche Bud.
Amerikaniache Bank).
Canelo, Nemeslo (of Gildemelater and Company), Iquique.
Cia Salitrer Constancia, Iquique.










Foneck, CarWlo and Company, Calle BDral 126, Valperato;
Calle Puente 571, antlago.
Siemens Schuckert Limited, Blanco 366, Valparain; and
Santiago.
COLOMBIA.
Banco Aleman Antioqueno.
DENMARK.
Anderven and Jensen, Istedgad 3, Copenhagen.
Henriques, It., Jr., Copenhagen.
Scandinavian British Syndicate, Islands Brygge 21, and
Holmens Kanal 5, Copenhagen.
Sikandinavisk Produkt Import Company. Skindergade 31,
Copenhagen.
ECLADOR.
('amdnelli and Comjpny, GuIyaquil.
Kugelman, Ferd., abhia de Caraques.
UREECE.
Baumann, Angelo, (of Baumnann and Beckmann), Athens.
laumann. Hermann, Rue Ovakaloff 31, Athens.
Baumann and lieckmann, PI. Dimokrstirlon, Athens.
Daniolos Freres, Androe.
Mehmled, Ialdji Frtres, Aellon Ilan, Reloulks.
JAPAN.
Akino (Genziro, 15 Yokohama.
Akino Kunizo, 154 Yokohama.
Chu Sheang Doog, Chemulpo, Korea.
Harada Kakujiro. Kobe.
Ikeda Tokuso, 12 Kaigandorl, Kobe.
Inada Takehblro, 389 Akashiumahi, Kube.
Japan lHerald, P.O. Box 279, Yokohama.
Kato Shot4n, 91 Kitamacrhi, Kobe.
Kenaxhi Yoko. 211 Yokohama,.
Konlahl KikuJiru, U4 Yokohama.
Nakamura Yushutsuten, 109 Hannomlys('Cho Itehome, Kobe.
Nigo Shoten, 154 Yokohama.
anga Shbokal, Outs, Toklo.
Rawada and Company, 40 Akahilmachl. Koob..
ugirmoto Boyekl Oomel Kalahs, IOOA Yokohama.
Takashiro Araso, lIoamidorl, Kobe. .
Tanlgawa Majallro. 12 Kalgandorl. Kobe.
Terauchl Rhokal, 40 Akashlnachl, Kobe.
I(kita Yasumamus, 70 Yamashita-Cho, Yolt.hanims.
Wong Ching Hung, Chemulpo, Korea.
NETHIERIANIt1.
Dulker, J., Weteringwrhann 171T Amsterdam.
lloeckel, P. Van. Krulabrodmr lhof, 8'llrtogentomrh.
Ingenohl, 0., WItte lula, Wljnlhavn 8, Itotterdhmn.
Keblonbrink, 0., Junior, WIjnutrlat 117, Itotterdam.
Klembt's (Paul) Schopeagentuur Maatarhappy, Boompjea 16.
Rotterdam (Manager, Klunk, Seger 0.).










Krun and Company, Keserigracht 405, Amsteardamu.
Kupch and Abim. 2t, Ktrtverloreakade 23:24, Amsterdam.
Lucardie, Willem, Maastraat Sa, Rottevrdam; Coutrai and
Leeuwarden.
Nederlandsche As nttvnt Maatachappy. N. V., Willeumikade 19
Itotterdam.
Nthderlanudhet' lulridlefoun Mlanthluappy, Frederiksplnu 20"
and lSngel S4,. Aniuterdam; Zuldblahk 3b, Iotterdam,
iWeteriagkide 2-4, and Jultana Van toulberglaan 82, The
Hague.
Nederlandwchp Ijaerhaudel Mantwhamipy Tut Vu'orattiiig Der
Zakeln, AFIEELING E.NTIft()VEIN. The Hague.
Nederlaudlcthe Ijierhandel Manat-happy Tut Vourziting IDer
Zaken, AFIDEELINXG HAII.ltT.I'ST, Isuwarde".
Prius, E. L.. Niitnwrhaven h16., Rotthierlau.
Ronnen. J. It. Van, Mathaneierlnanl 400, Rotterdamu.
Schrevel's. I1. Inimort en Ex|'orthandel N.V., H. K. Schrevel.
Itecbter Rottekade 1l. IRotterdam.
Schumacher. D., Dufaystraat 2. Anstterdlaui.
Wessel. D1., Boynmanstrant: and V. Ilogendor'splein 5. Rot
terdam.
NETHERLANI EAST INDIES.
Assahann Syntlicat Ge.ellcwhaft, Meidan and Palemabang.
Borneo Inmport and Exlprt Compatny. Dutch lorueo and 3sta
via.
Cultuur M1antMhappy "-oingei Lagigka," Batavia.
Export Maatschappy Austria litando,-ng.
Hallesche Machinenfabrick, Hourabaya.
Herrmann, C. II., Ilutoe Texlix 2. Itatavia.
Plantagen (ckneillwhaft lltiniiw irl, lttavia.
Plintag.n Ofme lwinhaft Neglasnri. ltindimng.
I'Plantingoii O(.irll-lhitfl TJilganlari, tniarl.i.
chaula, 1'. 1.., Hunanrng.
Tt.'Ihulm-l Iureau Altuinnu, Ilauili-ng.

NORWAY.
Aktiewis-blalmwt TronilhljeIns IlanhIlmlNihk, Trunimljewn.
Brnadlan. John, anid ('iCominy, N. Strnldgl. T,139, 1tanianger.
Eligi(.1ss Sardine t'onjimany l.tmiied, Stavnutgr.
Iluumvik. Iinair, and c'*ilompany, i'erfultga. 21%. li'-rgien aud
Htav anger.
Jaeger Hiarinll 'e act.ories. A/ llaungmuild.
Jakliulln, C'., Iakkegntan 1I. C'hrlastlania.
Jenm's. Ilernmnn. Sklipl-gt 114 : K. Ad'l|Irgt( 34. ('riltaialnaa.
Nilsei. (Ilaf. Trndlohjesn.
Ols",11, ('nrl 0.. nn11 KI(e',Iw. M141tvngeir.
'lhyli, (G ttfrrhie 1klil|> rgt. 7, C'hrlnfnlnin.
a ardinfilnrlkln "Norrig," tavanages'r.
Thlim, V. Il. Houg, .otrenhulmniig 2., and Kollisglgl. 52, 4Stav
anfge.r.
Thon-ild.en IIjalnar, and Company, Kirkegaten On, Chris-
tiania.











Wa1age, Thorbjorn. llHulturgazte. Stavii.g,.r-.
Witzae, Endr.. ('hristianzaud.

PEllSIA.
Ilaji Aiiain ut Tujjur hrutheris, li|nuhan.


Ballacu' A.ltsal Trainutlhuti ho t I ti.tmlit I tIlM.ri,,hr itLt, .
Mut-lle ull Ditltumenri. Calio.

SPAIN.
t'auithal, I... aniid 'oltupain Muralhila d. .Mar, C'aring*iau.
(Co-a, Ju3 quiin ilril'ii, ('allC. 'rinc-ip. 1. Madri4ll.
Ih-uti'sher Na.thrichtentli-a.st foir Spauisiio-n. C'.ll, Siitauo Ttern'.
S. llarrieloua.
Diegt, t(' iar di. tI'oltginta 1:1. Madrid.
Ditgu, dtl and Falk.enltein. 'olt-giutl 13. Ma.lri&i
*El Tradicionalisita." Graud Caunary.
Heise. ;tio"r, I. alley e P'stiul, 4 'rPnl lh-r.. .S-tillh.
lw.olnhardt. 1... awnl C'om4iipasity. Trnifalg ar :1. IItnrre.lna.
LetIpol. Guillenrm,. 4 'anut xas 4. and I'I. gauainn- :1. lItamr-|linn.
Manlian, Marianio. Itarn..lIna.
Olivir, I.mlimlau. arlatli'hiina.
()rusttein,. IALon. llrt Mariainii P'iiut-d ."s. Mallril.
P'feil. lEmIil. 'lla ls iiiuihi l.ogo :1. Tiy.
oj',lig,,. M1nnnel. Triniilail tirunil I-', Mul.a i.
Riem, Isiolor. 'ol-lan 7_1. Vilrtiiiin.
lit' Iiies enl 'O11141 I, iill 7, \'Valencill.
Rodriguez. A.lolhili lli.elIhe.r. I' all. Zo.rrillh :11. .Mairid.
Ilominow, llerimainni. IMoinil I:MiI.in4i in. Mailria.
Ruiz (iGarrin. Ferisnr olill. Satli lner.
Vnlde.., Alllnllio A. I'.. .\Alslll d,, i'll,. I(. Mailllgall
Vnlli,.I lijun ilh .IIngin. lli .rln.iin
WilltuIa'k il)tti nt tl aCiian., !'strlen 1. Mhtilg.i

S \W EI H:N.
A lld .laon., IAs ,1,1,Mi1 l-'j.jlg~ a tI :l a ;, e h. .hull i .r :
Almitrket Kril n. l i K ir}aii'<,ii :1. ,*th n.ll lr,
Ililin. A 11. .1. MI.. SkeI,s..,rin it. SI ho,-U..lt
lhlijrnt n rg. ('irl. S.-lru a 'tigo' :1.1, Iltl.'l'tih l ,
Iliaurik.mmon. Axr. lilra k.l'ttHr4 l 1.7., .Sthkhl.iolin
Mfievrvni. Ji>|>l. \,Nrrl;n:,I|,;a ll I,;. Sh -Iht ,I.lm
Mviy v'nska Kn<.lil .klLaii-,l>g,'t. MItlhs.

IGNITED: STATI:S aor AMIIIh',A.
Ilaun 'r, I'lili|>|i. alld I',111Sin,. li .,n, l $t 't. N\"w Yirl.
Cily.
I144'r. ,iamllaih llitin,r s Iu, I' ,)ll;np nll ?N'"ilw Y lfk.
jI l llltllHl, lll, l llrnlulll It., 1 ,f Z. l ia tllsinaitis 1111t la ',iV lt\i
IIl n1 ,W, Il0rrini ,f in I, {'. Kniixon iand 0' iiiiuml<>),
IlrniNcllh 8nI IIt 111h4)Ilill-n, l, ., :1', )Iralaus..1 .%'e York.
Iliigt.e, Ml.nirlr4 (4f .11lrnclarei unll lGentlei, Inc.).











Burin, Alf.. (of Branch and Rothensteln, Inc.).
Carlowita and Company, &2, Beaver Street and ;*.5, West
Houston Street, New York.
Cullen, Charles, Ocala, Florida.
Czech, Armin. (of International Import and Export Company).
Dietapen, Eugene, Company, 166, W. Manroe Stret, Chicago;
and 218 E. 23rd Itrnet, New York.
Electro Bleaching Gas Company. The, Buffalo %-'onue and
'Union Street, Niagara Faullu; and 25, Madlison .\'>*uin New
York City.
Erlanger. E. H1., 60., Wall Street. New York.
Falk, Carlos, (of Maclaren and (tentles. Inc.j.
Gold-humidt Chemical Company, 60, Wall Street, New Ytsk.
Goldachmidt Detinning Company, 60, Wall Street, New York.
Goldachmidt Thermit Company, 90, West Street, New York.
Gravenhorst and Company, 96. Wall Street. New York.
Grubnau, Carl, and Son, 144,. Arch Street, Philadelphia. Pa.;
74, Wall Street, New York; and Boston, Maam.
Gobelman, (scar L., (of Knauth. Nachod and Kuhne).
Hardy, Charles. .0, C(hur'h Street, New York.
Ilasenclever and Company, 24, State Street, New York.
Haenclever., Joh. Ilernhardt and St'hne, 21, State Street,
New York.
llauser, Morgan II., uof Zimmerman and Fonrhay).
Iirsch, Alfredo. (of Ma.laren and Genrles. Inc.).
llirwchland, Franz H., (of (ioldMhhuldt Thermit Company).
HIowe, Itolwrt WV.. lof sBrnath and Itothenstvin. Inc.).
llumburg, William E.. 25. Heaver Sin-et. New York.
International lide and Skin Company, 59. Frankfort Strnt.
New York.
Internatlonnl Import and Export Company. IM. South Fonrth
Street. 'Philndilphla. Pla.
lMnars. .J., (or Johln Simon anld lrotherap.
Jaffe, Max, 15. William Street, New York.
Kahl, J. A., 82, Hkaver Stret,. New York.
Kanzow, 0. C.. and Company. 11. Itradway. New York.
Kanzow, Otto C., (of 0. C. Kanxow and Company).
Kempner, II.. Cotton Exchange, Galvest on. Texan.
Knauth, Nachod and Kflhne. 15. Williama Street. New York.
Knaunth, Mary I., (of Knaull, Nachod and Kuhne).
Knauth. Willhelh, (of Knautlh. Nachod and Kuhne).
Kupper,Ilermann' C., 52, Murray Street and 53, West Illth
Street, New York.
Maclaren and Oentlea, Inc., 222. Prodlue Exchange. New
York.
McNear. George W.. Inc.. Inmmrance Exchianp Ifllilding. 4XI.
California Street. Man Frnnr'wo,. California.
Mag,0nlhinmer. A., 6(l. Broad Street, New .rlk.
Maler, Marx. 200. Fifth Avenue. New VY rk.
Menrhants Colonial Corporation, 45, WIlliiam Street, New
York.
Muller, Carl, (of Muller, Rehall and C'omu.-nyy.
Muller, Ernest. (of Schuchardt and Schut.,ol.