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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU JULY 8th, 1954 27.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE

The following Government Notice is published as a supplement
to this Gazette.
NO. 100 The Customs Preferential Tariff Rules, 1954.
M.P. 4209/2.

NO. 101.
His Excellency the Governor has appointed the following Gentle-
men to be Temporary Members of the Boards set opposite their
names:-
Mr. David Lightbourn Development Board.
Mr. Harold Johnson, M.H.A. Airports Board.
Mr. Marcus Bethel, M.H.A. Airports Board.
Mr. G. L. Pyfrom, M.H.A. Electrical Board.
M.P. 13439/3.

NO. 102.
His Excellency the Governor has approved the following appoint-
ments:-
Hon. F. Southworth, M.A., B.C.L., Q.C., M.E.C., M.L.C., Attorney
General, to be Acting Chief Justice with effect from the
5;h July, 1954.
M.P. P. 604.
Mr. L. A. W. Orr, B.A., LL.B., Solicitor General, to be Acting
Attorney General and a temporary Member of the Executive
council with effect from the 5th July, 1954.
M.P. P. 528.
Mr. H. W. S. Hall, Assistant Immigration Officer, to be Acting
Immigration Officer with effect from the 5th July, 1954.
M.P. P. 161.

NO. 103.
The following staff movements are notified for general infor-
mation:-
LEAVE
Hon. G. W. McL. Henderson, B.A., LL.B., Chief Justice, twelve
weeks vacation leave with effect from the 5th July 1954, to








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be followed by two days leave on half pay.
M.P. P. 603/2.
Mr. G. L. Lowe, Acting Immigration Officer, three weeks and
three days vacation leave with effect from the 5th July, 1954.
M.P. P. 9.
The foregoing notices Numbered 100 to 103 are published by com-
mand.
A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
COLONIAL SECRETARY.



DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau.
22nd April, 1954.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in opposing
the re-i tra irn tf any Mark appearing hereunder, may, within one
month from the date of this Notice, lodge, at the Registrar General's
Office, Nascau, N.P., Bahamas, a notice of opposition, in duplicate,
in the Form 7 in the Second Schedule, Trade Mark Rules, 1947.
On filing No ice of opposition, a fee of 2 is payable in respect
of each application opposed.
CLASS 3
2425
CHLORTETRACYCLINE
Application No. 2425, in respect of Chemical substances prepared
for use in medicine and pharmacy and all other
goods in Class 3.
Applican's:- American Cyanamid Company having a place of busi-
ness at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in the City of New York,
State of New York, one of the United States of
America. a corporation of the State of Maine, trad-
ing as Manufacturers who claim to be the proprietors
of the above Trade Mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address fcr service in the Babamas: Useph
Baker, Esq., of Chambers, Bay Street, Nassau, Ba-
hamas.
Date of Application: 17th April, 1954.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau, N.P.,
Bahamas.
28th June, 1954.

THE TRADE MARKS ACT

TRADE MARK NOS. 1082 & 1083
CLASS 38
I hereby give notice that the registration of the Trade Mark
hove referred to of Beldine-Corticelli, Limited of 1455, Shearer
Street, Montreal, Canada, registered on the 28th day of June, 1940.
has been renewed as and from the 28'h day of June, 1954.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar General.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in opposing
the registration of any Mark appearing hereunder, may, within one
month from the date of this Notice, lodge, at the Registrar General's
Office, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, a notice of opposition, in duplicate,










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in the Form 7 in the Second Schedule, Trade Mark Rules, 1947.
On filing Notice of opposition, a fee of 2 is payable in respect
of each application opposed.
CLASSES 48
2457
FRISCOLON
Application No. 2457, in respect of eau de cologne, perfumery, cos-
metics, toilet soaps, toilet preparations and all other
goods in Class 48.
Applican's: Ferdinand Mulhens, a citizen of the Federal Republic
of Germany, and a resident of Cologne o/Rhine,
Germany, who carries on a business at Cologne,
Germany, Post Office Address: 4711, Cologne o/Rhine,
Germany, which is registered in the Commercial
Regis er at Cologne, Germany, under the firm name
and style of Eau de Cologne & Parfumerie-Fabrik,
Glockengasse No. 4711, gegenumer der Pferdepost
von Ferd. Mulhens, and which business is generally
known as "4711" or the "House of 4711" who claim
to be the proprietors of the above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas: Messrs.
Higgs & Johnson, Chambers, House of Myers, Bay
Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Date of Application: 5th July, 1954.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar General.

NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE LICENSING AUTHORITY

THE LIQUOR LICENCES ACT 1938.

NOTICE is hereby given that a sitting of the Licensing Au-
thority for the Island of New Providence, will be held at the
Magistrate's Court on Thursday the 15th day of July, 1954, at
4:30 o'clock for the purpose of granting licences (and transfers
of licences) under the above Act.
The undermentioned persons have applied for a grant of the
licences specified below.

LICENCES.


Name and Address Desrrntian of Description of
of the Applicant Licence Premises


327 Albert Elzear Hotel The building known
Marois, of the as the Emerald
Western D i s- Beach Hotel, situate
t r i c t, N.P. at Emerald Beach,
Western District,
N.P., constructed of
concrete and roofed
with concrete with a
false ioof of shingles.
328. Albert Elzear Music and Dancing The building known
Marois. of le as the Emerald
Western D i s- Beach Hotel, situate
t r ic t, N.P. at Emerald Beach,
Western District,
N.P., constructed of
concrete and roofed
with concrete with a
false roof of shingles.









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329. Paul Gignac, Wholesale A portion of the
Eastern District, ground floor of the
Nassau, N.P. Emerald Beach Hotel
constructed of con-
crete and roofed
with a false roof of
shingles in the West-
ern District of the
island of New Provi-
dence.

Dated at Nassau the 3rd day of July, 1954.
CHARLES E. ALBURY,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.

NOTICE

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 32 of The Companies Act,
notice is hereby given that the Registered Office of The Bimini Land
nance Company, Limited is situate in Building No. 326 on the South
side of Bay Street in the City of Nassau.
HARRY B. SANDS,
Attorney for the above-named Company.

NOTICE

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 32 of The Companies Act,
notice is hereby given that the Rgistered Office of The Bimini Land
Company, Limited is situate in Building No. 309 on the North side
of Bay Street in the City of Nassau.
STAFFORD L. SANDS,
Attorney for the above-named Company.

NOTICE

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 32 of The Companies Act,
notice is hereby given that the Registered Office of The Royal Trust
Company has been transferred from Trust Corporation of Bahamas,
Limited Building situate on the West side of Frederick Street in the
City of Nassau to Building No. 309 situate on the North side of Bay
Street in the said City of Nassau.
STAFFORD L. SANDS,
Attorney for the above-named Company.














SUPPLEMENT TO THE

OFFICIAL GAZETTE

BAHAMAS
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY


JULY 8th, 1954


15


RULES

illade Under The

CUSTOMS REGULATIONS ACT
CHAPTER 130



NASSAU BAHAMAS


1954


NASSAU


i








NO. 100.


The sub-joined Rules made under the Customs Regulations Act
Chapter 130, are published for general information.
M.P. 4209/2..



CUSTOMS PREFERENTIAL TARIFF RULES



The Governor in Council, under the powers contained in the
Customs Regulations Act, Chapter 130, hereby makes the following
Rules:

1. These Rules may be cited as The Customs Preferential Tariff
Rules, 1954.

GOODS TO BE ACCOMPANIED BY INVOICE IN FORM SET OUT
IN SCHEDULES A. AND B.

2. All goods entitled to preference under the Preferential Tariff
shall be accompanied by an Invoice in the form set forth in Schedule
A. hereto and having on the back thereof, written, typed or printed,
a certificate of value and of origin in the form set forth in Schedule
B. hereto.

GOODS TO WHICH PREFERENTIAL RATES SHALL APPLY

3. (1) No goods shall be entitled to Preferential treatment
unless they are grown, produced or manufactured in any of
the places set forth in Schedule D hereto cr comply with the
conditions and contain such proportion of labour performed
in and/or material from any of the places set forth in Sched-
ule D. hereto as hereafter prescribed;

(2) Articles wholly or mainly manufactured shall not be
deemed to have been manufactured in any of the places set
forth in Schedule D. hereto unless the final process of manu-
facture has taken place within any of the places set forth
in Schedule D. hereto and unless at least 25% of their total
value is the result of labour performed in and/or material
from any of the places set forth in Schedule D. hereto in the
factory or works costs;

(3) Except that in the case of the following items the
percentage of labour performed in and/or material from any
of the places set forth in Schedule D. hereto shall be as set
out below:
(a) Manufactured tobacco (other than fine cut, cigars and
cigarettes), refined sugar, molasses and extracts from
sugar: 5%;









(b) Optical glass and optical elements whether finished or
not, microscopes, field and opera glasses, theodolites, sex-
tants, spectroscopes and other optical instruments and
competent parts thereof: 75%.
(c) (1) Goods of any class or description set out in Sched-
ule C. hereto: 50%;
(2) Where any goods falling within a class or descrip-
tion of goods set out in Schedule C. hereto are goods
containing a dutiable component which does not
fall within a class or description of goods set out
in that Schedule sub-section (1) shall also apply
in relation to such component as though it were in
the said Schedule;
(3) Where any goods not falling within a class or de-
scription of goods set out in Schedule C. hereto are
goods containing a dutiable component which does
fall within such class or description subsection (1)
shall not apply in relation to such component.
(4) Subsections (1), (2) and (3) shall apply to any
goods falling within any class or description of
goods set out in Schedule C. hereto notwithstanding
that for the purpose of any duty of Customs charge-
able on the importation thereof such goods are
treated as falling within some other class or de-
scription of goods not included in the said Schedule.

4. When it is shown to the satisfaction of the Comptroller in
regard to goods of any class or description set out in Rule 3(2) to
which the preferential rates apply that those articles are to the
extent of 20 per centum or more manufactuerd in any of the places
set forth in Schedule D. hereto from material which is not wholly
grown or produced in any of the places set forth in Schedule D.
hereto, the preferential rate shall be charged only in respect of such
proportion of those goods as corresponds to the proportion of dutiable
material used in their manufacture which is shown to have been
grown or produced in any of the places set forth in Schedule D.
hereto; Except that when it is shown to the satisfaction of the Comp-
troller in regard to goods of any class or description set out in Rule
3(3) (c) (1) to which the preferential rates apply that those articles
to the extent of 40per centum or more or in regard to any goods of
any class or description set out in Rule 3(3) (b) to which the
preferential rates apply that those articles are to the extent of 70
per centum or more manufactured in any of the places set forth
in Schedule D. hereto from material which is not wholly grown or
produced in any of the places set forth in Schedule D. hereto, the
preferential rate shall be charged only in respect of such proportion
of those goods as corresponds to the proportion of dutiable material
used in their manufacture which is shown to have been grown or
produced in any of the places set forth in Schedule D. hereto.









DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE
COMPTROLLER OF CUSTOMS

5. The importer shall produce at the request of the Comptroller
of Customs such documentary evidence relating to the goods as the
Comptroller of Customs may require to be presented in order to
substantiate the correctness of the particulars contained in the
Certificate of Origin.

FAILURE TO PRODUCE REQUIRED DOCUMENT, PROCEDURE TO
BE AS LAID DOWN BY THE CUSTOMS REGULATIONS ACT, CH. 130.

6. Upon failure of the importer to present any document re-
quired under the preceding regulation, the Comptroller of Customs
may direct that the goods shall not be admitted under the Preferen-
tial Tariff. Any dispute as to the duty payable may be decided
by action in the manner provided by the Customs Regulations Act
Ch. 130.

DEPOSIT TO BE MADE PENDING ARRIVAL OF CERTIFICATE
OF ORIGIN

7. When goods entitled to be admitted under the Preferential
Tariff reach the Colony before the arrival of the Certificate of Origin
relating to the same, the Comptroller of Customs may authorise the
delivery of such goods at the preferential rate of duty on the security
of a deposit equal in amount to the difference in duty between the
Preferential and General rates. Deposits made under the provisions
of this regulation shall be carried to account under the appropriate
head of revenue at the end of seven days after the expiration of
the time allowed for the production of the Certificate of Origin.

DISCREPANCIES AS REGARDS MARKS AND DESCRIPTION
OF PACKAGES

8. When goods accompanied by Certificates of Origin are not
in uniformity with the description borne on the Certificates by
reason of discrepancies as regards the marks or numbers of the
packages, the number and description of the packages and description
of the goods or the quantity or value of the goods, they shall not
be entitled to preferential treatment unless the Comptroller of
Customs is satisfied that the differences are solely due to error.

CERTIFICATES OF ORIGIN TO BE RETAINED BY COMPTROLLER

9. Certificates of Origin produced shall be retained by the
Comptroller of Customs and shall be filed with the papers of the
importing vessel. A note shall be made on the import entry at the
time of passing of such entry that a certificate has been produced
covering the preferential goods specified therein.










GOODS LIABLE TO PREFERENCE TO BE PACKED SEPARATELY

10. Goods certified for entry under the Preferential Tariff
shall be packed separately from other goods. The packages, however,
may be enclosed with other goods, provided the Certificate of Origin
is endorsed accordingly.

SEPARATE ENTRIES NECESSARY

11. Goods entitled to preferential treatment shall not be en-
tered on entries akng with non-preferred goods.

PREFERENTIAL GOODS FROM OTHER PLACES IN SCHEDULE D

12. Goods, the produce or manufacture of any of the places
set forth in Schedule D. hereto, when imported into the Colony from
another of the places set forth in Schedule D. hereto, may be ad-
mitted to preference, provided that the goods are accompanied by
a certificate declared before the Customs authorities of the last port
of shipment certifying that such goods were entered at such port
as Preferential goods, and were supported by Certificates of Origin
at the time of admission. Provided that when the country from
which such goods are finally exported is in the United Kingdom of
Great Britain and Northern Ireland or the Irish Republic, the person
by whom the goods are finally exported or supplied may be regarded
as the supplier for the purpose of signing the certificates set forth
in Schedules A. and B. hereto.

PREFERENTIAL TEAS FROM OTHER PLACES IN SCHEDULE D

13. Tea which is blended in bond in, or is exported under draw-
back from any of the places set forth in Schedule D. hereto shall
be entitled to preference in respect of that proportion of the blend
which is certified by the proper Officer of Customs or Excise to
consist of tea grown within any of the places set forth in Schedule
D. hereto and to have been supported by proper certificates of origin
on importation into the place set forth in Schedule D. hereto where
it was blended. Provided that if such tea, either before or after
blending, is transhipped or landed at any foreign port or place, then
the general regulations dealing with goods ordinarily transhipped
or landed at such port or place shall have effect.

PREFERENTIAL GOODS TRANSHIPPED EN ROUTE AT, OR
SHIPPED FROM PORTS IN PLACES NOT INCLUDED IN
SCHEDULE D

14. Goods, the produce or manufacture of any of the places
set forth in Schedule D. hereto consigned to the Colony which have
been transhipped en route at a port not situated in any of the places
set forth in Schedule D. hereto, or have been shipped from a port
not situated in any of the places set forth in Schedule D. hereto
after overland transit from the Country of origin, this being one of









the places set for in Schedule D. hereto, shall not be entitled to
preference unless such goods have passed through such place not
being one of the places set forth in Schedule D. hereto in bond and
are accompanied by a through Bill of Lading or Railway Consign-
ment Note from the country of production to the Colony in support
of the Certificate of Origin. Where a through Bill of Lading or
Railway Consignment Note is not available, the Ocean Bill of Lading
from, the. Foreign Port of Shipment must bear a certificate signed
.by the Steamship Company before the British Consul that the goods
have passed through such place not being one of the places set forth
in Schedule D. hereto "in bond" giving the Country of production,
this being one of the places set forth in Schedule D. hereto, and the
number of the bonded car, in which case the Certificate of Origin
should also be attested by the British Consul.
"Provided however, that if the Comptroller of Customs is satisfied
in respect of any particular goods that the requirements of the
aforementioned regulation could not reasonably have been complielr
with, but that all other requirements prescribed by these Regulations,
have been observed, and that such goods are the growth, produce
or manufacture of any of the places set forth in Schedule D. hereto,
the Comptroller may in his discretion waive compliance with the
requirements of this regulation and admit the goods at the pre-
ferential tariff rates."



GOODS IMPORTED OR RE-CONSIGNED FROM A PLACE
NOT INCLUDED IN SCHEDULE D. HERETO

15. Goods, the produce or manufacture of any of the places
set forth in Schedule D. hereto, imported or re-consigned from a
place not being one of the places set forth in Schedule D. hereto,
shall not be admitted to preference.



SHORT FORM OF CERTIFICATE FOR POST PARCELS

16. The following short form of certificate will, in general, be
accepted as satisfactory evidence of origin for admitting at the
preferential rates of duty in the case of post parcels of small value
arriving from any of the places set f( rth in Schedule D. hereto, where
the contents are not merchandise for sale:
"The contents of this package are not merchandise for sale, and
every article herein to the extent of at least one-fourth of its present
value is bona fide the produce or manufacture of ...............


................................Dated at ........................


the ...........................day of ......................19.... .










COMPTROLLER'S DISCRETIONARY POWERS UNDER
REGULATIONS

17. In exceptional circumstances, where an importer is unable
at the time of entry to produce any document required by these
Regulations, the Comptroller of Customs shall have power
(a) to admit at the preferential rate of duty, or
(b) to reduce the amount of the deposit provided for in clause
7 of these Regulations in respect of any goods which he is
satisfied have their origin in any of the places set forth in
Schedule D. hereto, and which are not debarred from pre-
ference by clause 14 of these Regulations.



REVOCATION
18. The Preferential Tariff Rules, published in Government
Notice No. 171 of 1952, are hereby revoked.


SCHEDULE A.
FORM OF INVOICE.


Country Marks and Quantity and Selling Price to
of Numbers on Description Purchaser
Origin.* Packages of goods.
Amount.


*To be completed only where preferential rates of duty are
claimed.










SCHEDULE B.

Combined Certificate of Value and of Origin to be written, typed
or printed on Invoices of Goods for exportation to British Colonies.




CERTIFICATE OF
VALUE AND ORIGIN OF GOODS
FOR EXPORTATION TO BRITISH COLONIES

I (1 ).........................................


of (2) ................... ..................... .........


in (3) ..... ................................................
manufacturer and/or supplier of the goods enumerated in this


invoice, the value of which amounts to .........................




hereby certify (4)


th at I (1) ..... ............................................
have authority to make and sign this certificate on behalf of the
aforesaid manufacturer and/or supplier and do hereby certify as
follows:-



(1) VALUE

1. That this invoice is in all respects correct and contains
a true and full statement of the price actually paid or to be
paid for the said goods and the actual quantity thereof.

2. That no arrangement or understanding affecting the pur-
chase price of the said goods has been or will be made or entered
into between the said exporter and purchaser, or by anyone on
behalf of either of them, either by way of discount, rebate,
compensation or in any manner whatever other than as fully
shown, on this invoice, or as follows:

(5) ............ .............................................










(2) ORIGIN (7)

3. (a) That every article mentioned in the said invoice
has been wholly produced or manufactured in

(6 ) .......... .............................................

(b) That every article mentioned in the said in-
voice has been either wholly or partially produced or manufactured

in (6) .......................................................

4. As regards those articles only partially produced or

manufactured in (6) .................. .................

(a) That the final process or processes of manu-
facture have been performed in that place,
being one of the places set forth in Schedule
D. to the Customs Preferential Tariff Rules.
(b) That the expenditure in material produced in

and/or labur performed in (6) ................




calculated subject to the qualifications hereun-
der, in each and every article is not less than
one-fourth of the factory or works cost of such
article in its finished state. (8).

5. That in the calculation of such proportion of produce
or labour of


(6 ) ... .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. ..
none of the following items has been included or considered:
Manufacturer's profit cr remuneration of any trader, agent,
broker, or other persons dealing in the articles in their finished
condition; royalties; cost of outside packages or any cost of
packing the goods thereinto; any cost of conveying, insuring or
shipping the goods subsequent to their manufacture.

Dated at ..................... .this ... ...............


day of ............................... 19 .......

Witness .......................... Signature .................










NOTES


(1) Here insert the name of the manager, chief clerk, or as the
case may be.
(2) Here insert the name of the firm or company.
(3) Here insert the name of the city or country.
(4) The next following entry is not applicable when the manufac-
turer or supplier himself signs the Certificate.
(5) Here insert particulars of any special arrangement.
(6) Here insert the name of one of the places set forth in Schedule
D. hereto.
(7) In the case of goods exported to Colonies not granting preference
to goods from any of the places set forth in Schedule D. hereto
the following portion of the certificate dealing with origin
should be struck out.
(Delete whichever of 3(a) or 3(b) is not applicable. If 3(a)
is used delete 4 and 5. If 3(b) is used insert required particulars
In 4 and 5).
(8) In the case of goods which have at some stage entered into
the commerce of or undergone a process of manufacture in a
country not being one of the places set forth in Schedule D.
hereto only that labour and material which is expended on or
added to the goods after their return to one of the places
set forth in Schedule D. hereto shall be regarded as the produce
or manufacture of such place in calculating the proportion of
labour performed in and material from such place in the factory
or works cost of the finished article.







SCHEDULE C.

Aircraft and parts thereof.
Appliances, apparatus, accessories and requisites for sports,
games, gymnastics and athletics (other than apparel and boots and
shoes) and parts thereof.
Arc lamp carbons and amorphous carbon electrodes.
Arms and ammunition:
(i) Sporting guns, sporting rifles and sporting carbines and
parts thereof.
(ii) Military rifles and military carbines and parts thereof.










(iii) Miniature rifles and carbines and cadet rifles and car
bines and parts thereof.
(iv) Air guns and air rifles and air pistols and parts thereof
(v) Revolvers and pistols and parts thereof.
(vi) Loaded cartridges and empty cartridge cases.
Baths of iron or steel.
B-ots, bootees, shoes, overshoes; slippers and sandals of all de-
sciptions and of whatever material, finished or unfinished, and shaped
parts and laces therefore.
Brooms and brushes of all descriptions and parts thereof (other
than prepared bristles and other prepared animal hair).
Buttons, snap and slide fasteners push buttons, studs, hoeks and
eyes.

Clocks and clock cases.

Cutlery:

(i) Knives with one or more blades made wholly or partly of
steel or iron.
(ii) Scissors including tailors' shears and secateurs made
wholly or partly of steel or iron.
(iii) Razors, including safety-razors and blades therefore.
(iv) Hair clippers.
(v) Carving forks.
(vi) Knife sharpeners, wholly or partly of steel.
(vii) Component parts of or blanks for any of the above-men-
tioned articles.
Cycles (other than motor cycles) and parts and accessories
thereof.

Distempers whether dry or not.

Electric goads including:-

Electric wires and cables, insulated.
Telegraph and Telephone apparatus.
Wireless apparatus.
Electric carbons.
Electric lighting appliances and fittings.
Batteries and accumulators.

Electric bell apparatus.











Electric cooking and heating apparatus.
Electric meters.
Parts of, and accessories to, the above.
Furniture, made wholly or mainly of metal, of the following
description:
(i) Tables, bedsteads, wire mattresses, stands, desks and
counters.
(ii) Chairs stools and seats.
(iii) Bookcases and bookshelves.
(iv) Cabinets, safes, cash and deed boxes, drawers and cup-
boards.
(v) Shelving, storage bins and storage racks.
(vi) Office letter racks and letter trays.
(vii) Lockers.
(viii) Parts of any of the above-named articles.
Galvanometers, pyrometers, electroscopes, barometers, analytical
and other precision balances, and other scientific instruments and
component parts thereof, gauges and measuring instruments of
precision of the types used in engineering machine shops and view-
ing r. oms, whether for use in such shops or rooms or not but not
including microscopes, field and opera glasses, theodolites, sextants,
spectroscopes and other optical instruments and component parts
thereof.
Glass and glassware (excluding optical glass and optical elements
finished or net, microscopes, field and opera glasses, theodolites, sex-
tants, spectroscopes and other optical instruments and component
parts thereof).
Plate and sheets glass, whether bevelled, silvered or
otherwise finished or not.
Illuminating glassware.
Domestic glassware, including cooking utensils, table
glassware, toilet glassware and ornamental glassware.
Glass bottles and glass jars including glass stoppers.
Beakers, flasks, burettes, measuring cylinders, thermo-
meters, tubing and other scientific glassware and lamp-
blown ware.
Hair combs.
Hollow-ware of iron or steel (including tinned plate).
Ignition magnets and permanent magnets.










Implements and tools and parts thereof.
Iron and steel products of the following descriptions:
(i) Tubes, pipes and pipe and tube fittings of all kinds.
(ii) Railway and tramway construction material of all kinds.
(iii) Springs.
(iv) Wire, wire netting, wire nails, and cable and rope (ex-
cept insulated telephone and telegraph cables).
(v) Screws (except screws for wood, other than screw hooks,
screw rings and screw knobs), nails, tacks, studs and
spikes.
(vi) Rivets and washers.
(vii) Bolts and nuts.
(viii) Anchors and grapnels and parts thereof, chains and
ships cables.
(ix) Screws for wcod (other than screw hooks, screw rings
and screw knobs) whether wholly of iron or steel, or
of iron or steel coated or plated with some other metal
or substance.
(x) Wagons for use on railways and parts of such wagons.
The following articles manufactured wholly or partly of the
metals aluminium, copper, lead, nickel, tin, zinc, and alloys contain-
ing any of these metals:- Sheets and and strips, rods, plates, angles,
shapes and sections, wire, ubes, foil and hollow ware.
Locks, padlocks, keys, bolts, latches, hasps, and hinges, of metal.
Locomotives and parts thereof.
Machinery and parts thereof (including ball bearings, roller bear-
ings, and parts thereof.
Machinery belting (including conveyor. and elevator bands.)
Manufactures wholly or partly of rubber, balata, or gutta percha
(including vulcanite and ebonite).
Metal door and window frames and casements.
Motor cars, including motor bicycles and motor tricycles; acces-
sories and component parts of motor cars, motor bicycles and motor
tricycles.
Musical instruments (including gramcphones, pianolas, and
other similar instruments; accessories and component parts of musi-
cal instruments, and records and other means of producing music).
Needles (including hosiery latch needles) and pins.
Paints, painters' enamels, lacquers, varnishes and printers' inks.











Pen nibs, fountain pens, stylographic and other pens, propelling
pencils, paper clips, and fasteners, stationery, glassware and parts
of any such articles,
Perambulators and mailcarts and parts thereof.
Pigments and Extenders (whether dry or with oil or other me-
dium) other than the following: natural dyes, synthetic organic
dyestuffs, colours and colouring matters; dry earth colours; barytes,
silica, graphite and carbon black from natural gas.
Pottery and all other Clay products.
Saddlery and harness (including horse boots) wholly or partly
of leather.
Screws for wood or brass, copper or any alloy containing copper,
whether coated with any other metal or other substance or not.
Stoves, grates and ranges for domestic cooking or heating and
parts and fittings therefore.
Toilet preparations (excluding essential oils) of the following
descriptions:
Toilet soap.
Tooth paste or powder and liquid preparations fcr dent-
al purposes and mouth washes.
Toilet paste or powder.
Toilet cream.
Hair dyes.
Scented sachets.
Lipstick, rouge and grease paint.
Preparations for use in manicure or chiropody.
Preparations for use on the hair, face or body.
Bath salts and essences.
Smelling salts.
Prepared fullers earth.
Toilet requisites of the following descriptions:
Powder bowls or boxes and powder puffs.
Nail polishers.
Nail clippers, nail cleaners and files.
Denture bowls.
Manicure sets.
Parts of the above articles.










Toys of all kinds and parts thereof of whatever material com-
posed.
Transparent cellulose wrapping.
Trunks, bags, wallets, pouches and other receptacles made wholly
or partly or leather or material resembling leather, whether fitted
or not.
Twine c,f the following description:

Hard fibre singles.
Unexposed sensitised photographic paper, cloth, plate and film
(including cinematograph film) and spools therefore.
Wireless valves and similar rectifiers and vacuum tubes.







SCHEDULE D.
List of territories to the goods of which a preferential tariff is
applicable.
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. De-
pendent territories of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Northern Ireland.
Canada. 4 7,
Commonwealth of Australia.
Dependent territories of the Commonwealth of Australia.
New Zealand.
Dependent territories of New Zealand.
Union of South Africa including south-west Africa.
India.
Pakistan.
Ceylon.
Southern Rhodesia.
Irish Republic.
Burma.

Made at Nassau this 29th day of June, 1954.

(Sgd.) K. O'B. HARDING,


Clerk to the Executive Council.




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