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BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU NOVEMBER 17th, 1955 46

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE

The following Government Notices are published as a Sup-
plement to this Gazette:-

No. 180. The Exchange Control Regulations (Commencement)
Order 1955- M.P. 14162

No. 181. The Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers)
(Amrndment Order 1955.

BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDERS 1955 NOS. 1TO 14.

(Sgd) A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN
BAHAMA ISLANDS ACTING GOVERNOR
By His Excellency Anthony
Geoffrey Hopwood Gardner-
Brown, Esquire, Acting Gov-
ernor and Commander-in-
Chief in and over the said Is-
lands and Vice Admiral of
the same.
PROCLAMATION
WHEREAS by certain Letters Patent under the Great Seal
of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland bearing
date at Westminster the 8th day of September in the ninth year
of the reign of His Majesty King Edward the Seventh and in the
year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Nine, His said
Majesty did constitute the Office of Governor and Commander-in-
Chief in and over these Islands and by such Letters Patent did
declare that whenever the Officer of Governor is vacant or if the
Governor becomes incapable or is absent from the said Islands, or
is from any case prevented from acting in the duties of his
Office, the Lieutenant-GoveTnor of the said Islands or if there be
no such Officer or if such Officer be absent or unable to Act, then
such person or persons as may be appointed under the Royal
Sign Manual and Sign.t and in case there shall be no person or
persons within the ro;d Islands so appointed, then the Senior
Member of the Executive Council who shall be resident within
the said Islands and capable of discharging the duties of Adminis-
tration should during the Royal Pleasure administer the Govern-






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298 OFFICIAL GAZETTE
ment of the said Islands, first taking the Oaths in such Letters
Patent directed to be taken by the Governor, and in the manner
therein prescribed; which being done, His Majesty did by such
Letters Patent authorize, empower, and command such Lieutenant-
Governor or any other such Administrator as aforesaid, to do,
and execute during the Royal Pleasure all things that belong to
the Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief, according to the
tenor of the said Letters Patent, and according to the Royal
Instructions and the Laws of the said Islands.
AND WHEREAS His Excellency The Right Honourable, The
Earl of Ranfurly, Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over
the said Islands is now prevented from acting in the duties of
his Office.
AND WHEREAS there being no Lieutenant-Governor of these
Islands and no person or persons appointed under the Royal
Sign Manual and Signet, I the said Anthony Geoffrey_.Hopwood
Gardner-Brown, being the Senior Member of Her Majesty's
Executive Council of 'the Bahama Islands now resident therein
and being capable of discharging the duties of administration,
and having taken the Oaths in such Letters Patent directed to be
taken by the Governor in the manner in such Letters Patent pre-
scribed, under and by virtue of the authority of the said Letters
Patent have assumed and teken upon myself the Office of Acting
Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the said Bahama Islands.
NOW THEREFORE I do issue this my Proclamation notify-
ing the same and I do hereby in the same of Her Majesty the
Queen require and command all Officers, Civil and Military, and
all other inhabitants of these Islands to take notice thereof and
to be obedient, aiding and assisting me in the execution of my
Office of Acting Governor and Commander-in-Chief as aforesaid.
Given under my hand and the
Public Seal of the said Islands
at Government House, in the
city of Nassau, in the Island
of New Providence this 17th
day of November, A.D., 1955,
and in the fourth year of Her
Majesty's reign.
BY HIS EXCELLENCY'S COMMAND
F. M. NOAD.
Acting Colonial Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN

No. 182.
It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor has
approved the grant of the Colonial Police and Fire Brigade Long
Service Medal to Sergeant S. H. Thompson of the Bahamas Police
Force in recognition of his 18 years exemplary service iri the
Force.
M. P. 1431

No. 183
It is hereby notified that Mr. Livingstone Basil Johnson,
Barrister-at-Law, has been licensed to practice as a Notary Public
within the Bahama Islands.
M.P. 6635A.
No. 184

It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor has
been informed by the Right Honourable The Secretary of State
for the Colonies that Her Majesty the Queen will not be advised
to exercise Her power of disallowance with respect to the follow-
ing Acts of the Legislature of the Bahama Islands:-
No. 14 of 1955-The Edmund Harold Stuart Pension Act 1955
No. 15 of 1955-The Alice Eugenie Russell Pension Act 1955
No. 16 of 1955-The Timothy Osborne McCartney Pension Act
1955
No. 17 of 1955-The Frank Chrysostom Knowles Pension Act 1955
No. 1C of 1955-The Zenobia Neilly Pension Act 1955









OFFICIAL GAZETTE 299

No. 19 of 1955-The David Smellie Morrison Pension Act Act 1955
No. 20 of 1955-The Gerald Alexander Isaacs Pension Act 1955.
No. 21 of 1955-The Henry Albert Bowe Pension Act 1955
No. 22 of 1955-The George Trevor Smith Pension Act 1955
No. 23-of 1955-The Hallam Reginald Ryan Pension Act 1955.
2. His Excellency directs that the above mentioned Acts
shall come into operation as on and from the 20th day of June,
1955.
M.P.P. 426, P.151, P.155, P.756, P.755, P.136, P.158, P.130, 15255,
P.257.
The foregoing notices numbered 180 to 184 are published by
command

F. M. NOAD,
Avting Colonial Secretary.



DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


Registrar General's Office,
1st. November, 1955
THE REMOVAL OF DEFUNCT COMPANIES ACT
TAKE NOTICE that under the provisions of The Removal ot
Defunct Companies Act I nave struck off the undermentioned
Company as and from the 1st November, 1955 on the ground
that it is no longer carrying on business or in operation:-

VICTORIA SHIPPING COMPANY LIMITED.

JAMES LIDDELL
Registrar General.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, N.P.,
Bahamas
28th October, 1955.
THE TRADE MARKS ACT
TRADE MARK NOS. 1132 and 1133
CLASS 44
I hereby give notice that the registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of Orange Crush Company of 318 West Superior
Street, Chicago, U.S.A. registered on the 28th day of October, 1941
has been renewed as and from the 28th day of October, 1955.

N. C. ROBERTS
Asst. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, N.P.,
5th November, 1955.
THE TRADE MARKS ACT
TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with Rules 68 and 69 of
the Rules made under The Trade Marks Act, notice in the forms
14 and 15 as prescribed by the said Rules have been sent to Harry
P. Sands, Esq., Agent for Geo. E. Keith Company of Campello,
Massa, U.S.A. the registered proprietors of the underm:ntioned
Trade Mark:-
No. 63 in Class 38
the registration of which expired on the 5th day of November
1955, and in accordance with Rule 70 of the said Rules, notice is
hereby given that the renewal fee of the registration of the said
Trade Mark has not been paid.
N. C. ROBERTS
Asst. Registrar General.









300 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

Registrar General's Office,
10th November, 1955
TRADE MARK NO. 1134
Class 43
I hereby give notice that the registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of THE WILLIAM BREWER COMPANY,LTD.,
of Bay Street, in the City of Nassau, in the Island of New Provi-
dence, one of the Bahama Islands, registered on 7th November,
1941, has been renewed as stand from the 7th day of November,
1955.
N. C. ROBERTS
Asst. Registrar General.

Registrar General's Office,
10th November, 1955
The following Minister of Religion having been duly register-
ed shall be deemed to be appointed a Marriage Officer of the
Colony with effect from 5th November, 1955:-
Reverend Alexander Wright- Church of God in Christ-Wulff
Road-New Providence.
JAMES LIDDELL
Registrar General.

Registrar G:eneral's Office,
10th Novemb r, 1955
The following Minister of Religion have been duly registered
shall be deemed to be appointed a Marriage Officer of the Colony,
with effect from 8th November, 1955:-
The Most Rev. Lord Bishop Kenneth R. Turner, S.F.M. D.D.,
Address-The Priory, Nassau, N.P.
JAMES LIDDELL
Registrar General.

Police Headquarters,
Nassau, Bahamas,
10th November, 1955.
NOTICE
MOTOR VEHICLES AND DRIVING LICENCES
The Temporary Licencing Office at the old Bahamas Defence
Company Parade Ground, Fort Charlotte, West Bay Street will
be opened on Thursday December 1st, 1955.
Hours:
Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon.
Motor Vehicles will be inspected and both vehicle and driving
licences issued.
Owners of motor vehicles and holders of driving licences are
reminded that their licences expire on December 31st, and they
are urged to have their vehicles inspected and their licences re-
newed as soon after December 1st as possible so that all licences
can be renewed by January 15th, 1955, as from that date road
checks and prosecutions will be instituted.
E. J. H. COLCHESTER-WEMYSS,
Commissioner of Police.


Registrar General's Office,
11th November, 1955.
NEW REGISTER OF VOTERS
An adjourned Registration will be held for-
EASTERN DISTRICT-POLLING DIVISION NO 2. on
THURSDAY 24th November, between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m., in the
EASTERN PREPARATORY SCHOOL NO. 2-(Corner of Mackey
and Shirley Streets.)
JAMES LIDDELL,
Revising Officer.
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 301

BOARD OF EDUCATION
APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED for the post of Assistant
Lecturer at the Board of Education Training College for the town
beginning 9th January, 1956.
APPLICATIONS stating age, qualifications and experience
should be submitted to the undersigned on or before 6th Decem-
ber, 1955.
M. L. DEAN,
Chief Clerk,
Board of Education.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas
12th November, 1955.
A Specification has this day been filed in this Office under
The Patent Act by Leonard J. Knowles, Esq., Attorney for Fred-
erick Karl Claridge, of Village Road in t e Eastern District of
the Island of New Providence (Bahamas), in respect of an inven-
tion entitled "Process for impregnating Wood".
JAMES LIDDELL
Registrar General.


OBSTRUCTION AND ENCROACHMENT
INTO PUBLIC ROADS
The Public is informed that the Board of Works will not under-
take, or be responsible for the pruning back or removal of bushes,
vines, shrubs or similar growths originating inside private prop-
erty, and now extending into and over the public roads, sidewalks,
footpaths, etc.
The pruning or cutting back, into line with the property shall
be performed by the owner or responsible person concerned. No
rubbish or debris may be left in the public road.
The Board draws particular attention to the heavy growth of
bushes anc vines mainly thorny bougainvilleas extending for sev-
eral feet into the roadways and over sidewalks to the inconvenience
and danger of persons and traffic.
The public are asked to have the required pruning performed
and cleared not later than 30th. November 1955.
By Order
R. A. FORD,
Clerk (Actg.) P.B.W.
12th November, 1955.


BOARD OF EDUCATION
The date for the submission of tenders for the construction
of the Western Preparatory School, has been extended to 30th
November, 1955.
M. L. DEAN,
Chief Clerk,
Board of Education.


Registrar General's Office
15th November, 1955
THE REMOVAL OF DEFUNCT COMPANIES ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that under the provisions of The Removal of
Dcfunct Companies Act (Chapter 84) I have struck off the under-
mentioned Company as and from the 1st November, 1955 on the
grounds that it is no longer carrying on business or in operation:-
PROGRESSIVE INVESTMENTS LIMITED.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.















OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
15th November, 1955.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in op-
posing 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, in the Form 7 in the Second Schedule,
Trade Mark Rules, 1947.
On filing Notice of opposition, a fee of 4 is payable in re-
spect of each application opposed.
CLASS 17

ARBORITE

2568
Application No. 2568 in respect of decorative surfacing panels for
surfacing walls or other surfaces such as counter or
table tops, or other articles of furniture.
Applicants:-The Arborite Company Limited, a corporation or-
ganized under the laws of Canada, of 385 LaFleur
Avenue, Town of LaSalle, in the Province of Quebec,
Canada, Manufacturers, trading as The Arborite Com-
pany Limited who claim to be the proprieors of the
above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas:-
Harry P. Sands, Esq., of Chambers, Bay Street, Nas-
sau, Bahamas.
Date of Application:- 18th October, 1955.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.


(N THE SUPREME COURT
PROBATE SIDE
No. 180/1955.
Whereas Justina Anna Colebrook Sands, of Sandilands Vil-
lage in the Eastern District, New Providence, Married Woman,
has made application to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
of the Bahama Islands for letters of Administration of the real
and personal estates of Mary Elizabeth Colebrook, late of Sandi
lands Village aforesaid, deceased.
Notice is nereny given that sucn application will be neara Dy
the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from the
date hereof.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
15th November, 1955.


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SUPPLEMENT TO THE


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
NASSAU NOVEMBER 17th, 1955 46

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
No. 130
The subjoined Order made under Regulation 46(2) of the
Exchange Control Regulations 1955 is published for general
information.
M.P. 14162.
ORDER
Made Under
REGULATION 46 (2) OF THE EXCHANGE CONTROL
REGULATIONS 1955.
In exercise of the powers vested in him by Reuglation 46(2)
of the Exchange Control Regulations 1955, His Excellency the
Governor hereby makes the following Order:
!. This Order may be cited as the Exchange Control Regula-
tions (Commencement) Order 1955.



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2. The Exchange Control Regulations 1955 made by the
Governor in Council on the 18th day of May 1955, shall come into
force on the First day of December, 1955.
Made at Nassau this 15th day of November,1955.
(Sd.) RANFURLY
Governor.

GOVERNMENT NOTICE
No. 181
COLONIAL SCERETARY'S OFFICE,
Nassau.
Dated the 17th day of November, 1955.
The Order published herewith revokes the Defence (Finance)
Regulations 1943 which were continued in force by the Supplies
and Services (Transitional Powers) Order 1946 made by His
Excellency the Govrnor in exercise of the powers given to
him by the United Kingdom Supplies and Services (Transitional
Powers) Act 1945 and the United Kingdom Supplies and Services
(Transitional Powers) (Colonies etc.) Order in Council 1946.
M.P. 14132.
ORDER
Made Under
THE SUPPLIES AND SERVICES (TRANSITIONAL POWERS)
ACTS 1945
And
THE SUPPLIES AND SERVICES (TRANSITIONAL POWERS)
(COLONIES ETC.) ORDER IN COUNCIL 1946.
WHEREAS by virtue of the Supplies and Services (Transitional
Powers) Order 1946 the Defence (Finance) Regulations 1943 wer,'
with other Regulations m-ide under the Emergency Powers
(Defence) Acts 1939-1945, continued in force in the Colony AND
WHEREAS His Excellency the Govrenor has with effect from the
1st day of December 1955 brought into force the Exchange
Control Regulations 1955 made by him by virtue of the provisions
of the Exchange Control Regulations Act 1952 AND WHEREAS
His Excellency the Governor deems it proper that the Defence
(Finance) Regulations 1943 should cease to be in force as and
from the 1st day of December 1955.
NOW THEREFORE in the exercise of the powers vested in
him under the provisions of the Supplies and Services (Transi-
tional Powers) Act 1945 His Excellency the Governor makes the
following Order:
1. This Order may be cited as the Supplies and Services
(Transitional Powers) (Amendment) Order 1955.
2. The Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers) Order
1946 is amended by deleting therefrom all references to the
Defence (Finance) Regulations 1943.
3. This Order shall comee into force on the 1st day of
December 1955.
Made at Nassau this 15th day of November, 1955.

(Sd.) RANFURLY
Governor.









BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER 1955 NO. 1
AUTHORISED DEALERS
Whereas by Regulation 44 (1) of the Exchange Control
Regulations 1955 the expression authorisedd dealer" is defined
as meaning, in relation to gold or any foreign currency, a person
for the time being authorised by an order of the Controller to act
for the purposes of these Regulations as an authorised dealer in
relation to gold, or, as the case may be, that foreign currency.
Now, therefore the Controller of Exchange in pursuance of
the said Regulation and in pursuance of Section 3 (c) of the said
Regulation and in pursuance of Section 3 (c) of the Exchange
Control Regulations Act, 1952, and of all other powers enabling
him in that behalf, hereby makes the following Order:-
i. The persons specified in the Schedule to this Order are
authorised to act for the purposes of the Exchange
Control Regulations 1955, as authorized dealers in rela-
tion to all foreign currencies.
2. This order shall come into force on the first day of Decem-
ber, nineteen hundred and fifty-five.
Dated this 15th day of November 1955.
R. W. TAYLOR
Controller of Exchange,
Bahamas.,
Schedule
Offices in the Bahamas of the following Banks:-
The Royal Bank of Canada.
Barclays Bank D. C. O.


BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER 1955 NO. 2
SPECIFIED CURRENCY
Whereas by Regulation 2 (1) of the Exchange Control
Regulations 1955, it is provided that foreign currency as .lay be
specified by Order of the Controller of Exchange.
Novw, therefore the Controller of Exchange in pursuance of the
said Regulation and in pursuance of Section 3 te; of the Exchange
Control Regulations Act, 1952, and of all other powers enabling
him in that behalf, hereby makes the following Order:-
The foreign currencies shown in the Schedule of this
Order are declared to be specified currencies which must
be offered for sale to an Authorised Dealer.
2. This Order shall come- into force on the first day of Dec-
ember, nineteen hundred and fifty-five.
Dated this 15th day of November 1955.
R. W. TAYLOR
Controller of Exchange,
Bahamas.









SCHEDULE "
Belgian Frances.
Canadian dollars.
Congolese francs.
Kroner of Denmark and the Faroe Islands.
Deutschemarks.
Francs of the following territories, viz.:-
Metropolitan France (including Corsica).
The Principality of Monaco.
The Saar Territory.
The French Overseas Departments (Algeria., Guadeloupe,
Martinique, French Guiana, Reunion).
The Protectorates of Morocco and Tunisia.
French West Africa.
French Equatorial Africa.
The French Trust Territories of Cameroon and Togo.
Madagascar and its. dependencies.
Comoro Islands.
St. Pierre and Miquelon.
New Caledonia and its dependencies.
French Establishments in Oceania.
Condominium of the New Hebrides.
Francs of the French Somali Coast (Djibouti francs).
Indo-Chinese Piastres.
Luxembourg francs.
Guilders of the Netherlands, Surinam and the Netherlands
Antilles.
Norwegian Kroner.
Panamanian dollars.
Philippine pesos.
Pondicherry rupees.
Portuguese escudos.
Swedish Kroner.
Swiss francs.
United States dollars.

BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER 1955 No. 3
The Controller of Exchange in pursuance of Section 3 (c) of
the Exchange Control.Regulations. Act of 1952 hereby makes the
following Order:-
1. All persons, other than those exempted below, leaving the
Colony for any place outside the Scheduled Territories are re-
quired to make a declaration in the form shown in the Schedule
to this Order.
2. The following classes of persons are exempted from the
necessity of making the declaration:-
(a) Cruise passengers.
(b) Passengers in transit not remaining more than 24
hours in the Colony.
(c) Residents of the United States of America and
Canada returning there after a visit to the Colony
during which they have not accepted employment or
engaged in any trade or business in the Colony.
(d) Master and crews of vessels or aircraft.
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3. This Order shall come into force on the frist day of Dec-
ember, nineteen hundred and fifty-five.
Dated this 15th day of November 1955.
R. W. TAYLOR.
Controller of Exchange,
Bahamas.
SCHEDULE
Deiecration FORM B
1,........................... hereby declare that on my
departure from the Colony on the....day of........ ....19.... .
I am exporting bank notes, postal orders, gold, securities and
foreign currency as follows only:-


Particulars Amount


Bank Notes ....................

Postal Orders ....................

G old ....................

Securities ............ ........

Foreign Currency ...................



Total


D ate ....................
(Signature)
CERTIFICATE (valid for 30 days only from the date mentioned
below). Permission is hereby granted under the Exchange Control
Regulations, 1955, to.........................to export from the
Colony the sum of ..................... made up as set out above,
and to purchase from an authorized dealer the sum of............
only.
Date ...........
D ate ................ ................ .. ..... ......
for Controller of Exchange
We have this day sold to the holder of the above certificate the
sum of .............. ... ............
D ate .................... ............
.Authorized Dealer
TRANSPORTATION INSTRUCTIONS
Date.....................
for Controller of Exchange.









BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER 1955 NO. 4
BAILEES EXEMPTION
Whereas by Regulation 3 (1) ,of the Exchange Control
Regulations 1955 it is provided that every person in the Colony
by whom or to whose order (whether directly or indirectly) any
gold or any specified currency in the form of notes is held in the
Colon.,; but who is not entitled to sell it or procure its sale shall
notify the Controller in writing that he so holds that gold or cur-
rency. And whereas by Regulation 31 of the said Regulations the
obligation imposed by Regulation 3 (1) aforesaid is subject to
such exemption as may be granted by order of the Controller of
Exchange.

Now therefore the Controller of Exchange in pursuance of
Regulation 31 aforesaid and of all other powers enabling him in
that behalf hereby makes the following Order:-

1. There shall be exempted from the obligation imposed by
the provisions of Regulation 3 of the Exchange Control Regulation
1955, any banker to the extent that he shall not be required to
notify the Controller of Exchange as provided in the said Regula-
tion 3 in any case where he is satisfied that the. person for whom
or by whose order any gold or any specified currency in the form
of notes is held is not required, by virtue of the provisions of
Regulation 2 of the Exchange Control Regulations 1955, to offer
that gold or specified currency, or cause it to be offered, for sale
to an authorised dealer.

2. The Controller of Exchange may at any time direct that
the exemption conferred by this Order shall not apply as may
be specified in the direction.

3. This Order shall come into force on the first day of Dec-
ember, nineteen hundred and fifty-five.

Dated this 15th day of November 1955.

R. T~. TAYLOR
Controller of Exchange,
Bahamas.




BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER 1955 NO. 5
COLLECTOR'S PIECES EXEMPTION
"Whereas by Regulation 1 of the Exchange Control Regula-
tions 1955 restrictions are imposed upon dealings in gold;
and whereas by Regulation 2 of the Exichange Control Regulations
1955 provision is made for the surrender of gold;
And whereas by Regulation 3 of the Exchange Control Regula-
tions 1955 provision is mad3 with regard to bailees of gold;
And whereas by Regulation 31 of the Exchange Control Regula-









t'ons 1955 the obligations and prohibitions imposed by these
provisions are subject to such exemptions as may be granted by
order of the Controller of Exchange.

Now, therefore, the Controller of Exchange in pursuance of
the said Regulation 31 and of all other powers enabling him in
that behalf, hereby makes the following Order:-

There shall be exempted from Regulations 1, 2, and 3 of
the Exchange Control Rgeulations 1955, any gold coin which
was minted in 1816 or earlier and any gold coin which was
minted after 1316 and which has a numismatic value greater
than the value of Ihe gold content which would have been re-
ceived if the coin had been Authorised Dealer.

2. The Controller of Exchange may at any time direct that
the exemption conferred by this Order shall not apply as may be
specified in the direction.

3 This Order shall come into force on the first day of Dec-
embcr, nineteen hundred ind fifty-five.

Dated this 15th day of November 1955.

R. W. TAYLOR
Controller of Exchange,
Bahamas.




BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER 1955 No. 6
IMPORT AND EXPORT

Whereas by sub-paragraph (1) of Regulation 21 o'f the Ex-
change Control Regulations 1955, restrictions are imposed upon
the importation into the Colony of (inter alia) any notes of a
class which are or have at any time been legal tender in the
:.nited Kingdom or any part of the United Kingdom and certain
:'.i.r notes which may be specified by order of the Controller and
any certificate of title to any security;

And whereas by sub-paragraph (1) of Regulation 22 of the
Excha-ige Control Regulations 1955, restrictions are imposed upon
the exportation from the Colony of (inter alia) any notes of a class
which are or have at any time been legal tender in the United
Kingdom or any part of the United Kingdom or in any other
territory and any postal orders and certain documents therein
set Cut;

And whereas by Regulation 31 of the Exchange Control
7egulatioV.s 1955, those restrictions are subject to such exemp-
tions as may be granted by order of the Controller.
Now, therefore, the Controller, in pursuance of the said








Regulations 21 and 31, and of all other powers enabling him in
that behalf, hereby makes the following Order:-

1. Regulation 21 of the Exchange Control Regulations 1955,
shall in so far as it applies to importation into the Colony, apply
to notes of a class which are or have at any time been legal
tender in the United Kingdom or any part of the United Kingdom.

2. There shall be exempted from the provisions of sub-para-
graph (1) of the said Regulation 21 the importation into the
Colony
(a) on the person of or in the baggage of a traveller to the
Colony in any ship or aircraft from some place outside the Colony
of notes to which the said Regulation 21 applies not exceeding 10
sterling in value;

(b) of the certificate of title to any security which is register-
ed in the scheduled territories and is not and cannot without the
necessity for an entry in the register, in the scheduled territories
become registered outside the scheduled territories, or is register-
ed outside the scheduled territories in the name of the transferee
territories but on a transfer cannot without the necessity for an
entry in the register in the scheduled territories become register-
ed outside thescheduled territories in the name of the transferee
and on which none of the dividends or interest is payable on
presentment of a coupon.

(. (1) There shall be exempted from the provisions of sub-
paragraph (1) of the said Regulation 22 the exportation from the
Colony
(5.) by any traveller on his person or in his baggage if he is
abou: to leave the Colony for any other destination, of notes which
are or have at any time been legal tender in the United Kingdom
or any part of the United Kingdom not exceeding 10 sterling in
value and in addition thereto of notes which are or have at any
time been legal tender in any other territory not exceeding 10
sterling in value, provided that,
(i) if and so long as there is in force a permission granted
under sub-paragraph (1) of the said Regulation 22 authorising
that person to take any notes to which the said Regulation 22
applies out of the Colony, he shall not be entitled to any exemp-
tion under this sub-paragraph; and
(ii) nothing in this sub-paragraph shall be deemed to
authorise the contravention of any of the provisions of Regulation
1 which relates to dealing in gold and foreign currency or Regula-
tion 6 which relates to payments outside the Colony;
(b) in any manner other than on the person of a traveller or
in a traveller's baggage, to nay of the scheduled territories of
notes to any amount expressed in the currency of the territory to
which the notes are exported;

(c) in any manner other than on the person,of a traveller, or
in a traveller's baggage, to any of the scheduled territories of
postal orders;









(J) to any of the scheduled territories of any policy of
assurance expressed in terms of the currency of. any of the
scheduled territories;

(e) of any bill of exchange or promissory note expressed
in terms of the currency of any of the scheduled territories not
being terms of the currency of any of the scheduled territories
not being a bill or note which is or has at any time been legal
tende- in any of those territories;

(f) of any bill of exchange or promissory note expressed
in terms of a currency other than sterling and issued by an
authorised dealer or in pursuance of a permission granted by the
Controller;

(g) of the certificate of title to any security which is
registered in the scheduled territories and is not and cannot with-
out the necessity for an entry in the register in the scheduled
territories become registered outside the scheduled territories or
is registered both in the scheduled territories and outside the
scheduled territories but on a transfer cannot without the neces-
sity "-r an entry in the register in the scheduled territories become
regisNred outside the scheduled territories in the name of the
transferee and on which none of the dividends or interest is pay-
able on presentment of a coupon;

(h) by any traveller not resident in the Colony on his
perscr, or in his baggage of any travellers' cheque or letter of
which has been imported by that traveller.
(2) For the purposes of the last foregoing paragraph the
sterling value of any notes which are or have at any time been
legal tender in- any territory other than the United Kingdom shall
be calculated.
(a) at the rate at which they could be sold by arr authoris-
ed dealer on the day on which they are to be exported; or, if such
rate is not readily ascertainable,
.(b) at the rate determined or to be determined by the
Controller for the currency concerned.
4. The exemptions granted by this Order shall not apply
(a) to Ships' arid Aircraft personnel
(b) to H.M. Forces and others travelling on official duty.

5. In this Order the expressions authorisedd dealer" and
"scheduled territories" have the meaning ascribed to them by
subparagraph, (1) of Regulation 44 of. the Exchange Control
Regulations 1955.

6. This Ordsr shall come into force on the first day of
December, nineteen hundred and fifty-five.
Dated this 15th day of November.1955.

R. W. TAYLOR,
Controller of Exchange.
Bahamas









BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER 1955 NO. 7
TEMPORARY VISITORS' EXEMPTION

Whereas by Regulation 2 of the Exchange Control Regula-
tions 1955, provision is made for the surrender of gold and
specified foreign currency;
And whereas by Regulation 31 of the Exchange Control RWegula-
tions 1955, the obligation imposed by that provision is subject to
sucn exemptions as may be granted by order of the Controller of
Exchange.

Now, therefore, the Controller of Exchange in pursuance of
the said Regulation 31, and of all other powers enabling him in
that behalf hereby makes the following Order:-
1. There shall be exempted from the obligations imposed by
the provisions of Regulation 2 of the Exchange Control Regula-
tions 1955, any person in the Colony who is not resident in the
Colony.

2. The Controller of Exchange may at any time direct that
the exemption conferred by this Order shall not apply to such
person as may be specified in the direction.

3. This Order shall come into force on the first day of Dec-
ember, nineteen hundred and fifty-five.

Dated this 15th day of November 1955.


R. W. TAYLOR,
Controller of Exchange.
Bahamas.




BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER 1955 NO. 8
ENFORCEMENT
The Controller of Exchange, in pursuance of paragraph 2 of
part 1 of the Fifth Schedule to the Exchange Control Regulations
1955, hereby authorises the Deputy Controller of Exchange, any
Police Officer of and above the rank of Assistant Superintendent,
any Customs Officer and any Immigration Officer to act for the
purposes of he said paragraph 2.

2. This Order shall come into force on the first day of Dec-
cember, nineteen hundred and fifty-five.
Dated this 15th day of November 1955.

R. W. TAYLOR,
Controller of Exchange.
Bahamas.








BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER 1955 NO. 9
PRESCRIBED SECURITIES
Whereas by sub-paragraph (1) of Regulation 17 of the Ex-
change Control Regulations 1955, (which makes special provision
as to dealings in certain securities) it is provided that the Con-
troller may by Order direct that Regulation shall apply to such
securities as may be prescribed, being securities on which capital
moneys, dividends or interest are payable in a specified currency
or with respect to which the holder has an option to require
payment of any capital moneys, dividends or interest thereon
in a specified currency;
Now, therefore, the Controller of Exchange, in pursuance of
the said Regulation 17, and of all other powers enabling him in
in that behalf, hereby makes the following Order:-
1. Regulation 17 of the Exchange Control Regulations 1955,
shall apply to securities on which capital moneys, dividends or
interest are payable in Canadian dollars or United States dollars,
or as respects which the holder has an option to require payment
of any capital moneys, dividends or interest thereon in either of
those currencies.
2 This Order shall come into force on the first day of Dec-
ember, nineteen hundred and fifty-five.
Dated this 15th day of November 1955.
R. W. TAYLOR,
Controller of Exchange.
Bahamas.



BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER 1955 NO. 10
BRANCHES AND RESIDENCE
The Controller of Exchange, in pursuance of Regulation 39
and sub-paragraph (2) of Regulation 41 of the Exchange Control
Regulations 1955, hereby gives the following Directions:-
1. For the purposes of the Regulations any transaction with
or by a branch of any business, whether carried on by a body
corporate or otherwise, shall be treated in all respects as if the
branch were a body corporate resident where the branch is
situate.
2. A person or body of persons carrying on in the Colony a
branch of any business, shall, as respects such business
shall as respects such business as is carried on by that branch, be
treated for all the purposes of the Regulations as resident in the
Colony.
3. References in these Directions to a branch of a business
shall be deemed to include a reference to the head office of that
business.
4. These, Directions may be varied by subsequent Directions
as respects any particular person or body of persons.








5. This Order shall come into force on the first day of Dec-
cember, nineteen hundred and fifty-five.
Dated this 15th day of November 1955.
R. W. TAYLOR,
Controller of Exchange.
Bahamas.


BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER 1955 NO. 11

PAYMENTS
Whereas by Regulation 5 of the Exchange Control Regula-
tions 1955 restrictions are placed on certain payments and other
transactions in the Colony, but those restrictions are by Regula-
tion 31 of these Regulations subject to such exemptions as may
be granted by order of theController.
And whereas by Regulation 23 of the Exchange Control
Regulations 1955, payment for goods exported to a destination in
any such territory as may be prescribed must be made in such
manner as may be prescribed in relation to those territories;
Now, therefore, the Controller in pursuance of the said
Regulations 5, 23, and 31 and of all other powers enabling him in
that behalf, hereby makes the following Order:-
1. There shall be exempted from the provisions of Regulation
5 of the Exchange Control Regulations 1955 anything done for the
purpose of the transfer of the whole or any part of an amount
standing to the credit of-
(i) an account of a person resident outside the scheduled
territories, being a transfer to or to the account of a
person resident in the scheduled territories;
(ii) a Transferable Account of a person resident in a Trans-
ferable Account territory, being a transfer to another
Transferable Account of a person resident in a Trans-
ferable Account territory;
(iii) an account of a person resident in any territory specified
in the First Schedule to this Order, being a transfer
to another account of a person resident in any territory
specified in the said Schedule, a transfer to a Trans-
ferable Account of a person resident in a Transferable
Account territory, or a transfer to a Registered Account;
(iv) a Registered Account being a transfer to another account.
2. There shall be exempted from the provisions of Regula-
tion 5 of the Exchange Control Regulations 1955, any payment
made in cash in the Colony to a person resident outside, the
sched-uled territories
(i) by a person resident outside the scheduled territories if
that payment is made out of
(a) any notes of a class which are or have at any time
been legal tender in the Colony and which have been
legally imported into the Colony, or
(b) any moneys withdrawn from an account in favour of
that person with a banker in the Colony, or
(c) any moneys arising from the sale of gold or foreign








currency by that person to an authorized dealer, or
(d) any foreign currency which has been legally imported
into the Colony provided that the payment is not
made as consideration for or in association with the
receipt by any person of sterling;
ii') by a person resident in the scheduled territories if that
payment
(a) does not exceed 10 sterling in value, and
(b) does not form part of a transaction or series of tran-
sactions wherein the aggregate value of the payments
exceeds 10 sterling in value;
(iii) by a banker in the Colony acting in the course of his
business if that payment
(a) is made from moneys standing to the credit of an
account in favour of that person with that banker, or
(b) is in respect of the encashment by that person of a
travellers' cheque or letter of credit in favour of that
person.
3. The 'exemptions from the provisions of Regulation 5 of the
Exchange Control Regulations 1955, granted by this Order shall
not apply in relation to the transfer of the whole or any part of an
amount standing to the credit of a No. 2 Account of a bank in
Egypt, except in so far as the transfer may be from one such
account to another such account.
.--(1) Regulation 23 of the. Exchange Control Regulations
1955 shall apply to territories outside the scheduled territories.
(2) The prescribed manners of payment for the purpose
of the said Regulation 23 in relation to goods exported to a
destination in any of the said territories are the manners specifi-
ed in relation to those territories respectively in the second
column of the Third Schedule hereto.
5. In this Order, unless the context otherwise requires, the
following expressions have the meanings respectively assigned to
to them:-
(a) "account" means a sterling account with a banker
in the Colony;
(b) "No. 2 Account of a bank in Egypt" means an
account which is for the time being recognized by the
Bank of England as a No. 2 Account of a bank in
Egypt for the purposes of this Order;
(c) "Registered Account'' means an account which is
for the, time being recognized by the Bank of England
as a Registered Account; for' the purposes of this
Order;
(d) "Transferable Account" means any accourit'which is
for the time being recognnised by the Baik of Eng-
land for the purposes of this Order as a Transferable
Account of a person resident in a Transferable
Account territory;
(e) "Transferable Account territory" means territory
which is outside the scheduled territories and is not
a territory specified in the First or Second Schedule
to this Order; .
(f) "scheduled 'territories" has the meaning ascribed to
it by Regulation 1 of the Exchange Control Regula-
tions 1955;








(g) "Belgian Monetary Area" means Belgium, Luxem-
bourg, The Belgian Congo, The Trust Territory of
Ruanda-Urundi;
(h) "French Franc Area" means Metropolitan France
(including Corsica), The Principality of Monaco, The
Saar Territory, The French Overseas Departments
(Algeria, Guadeloupe, Martinique, French Guiana,
Reunion), The Protectorates of Morocco and Tunisia,
French West Africa, French Equatorial Africa, The
French Trust Territories -of Cameroon and Togo,
Madagascar and its dependiencies, Comoro Islands,
St. Pierre and Miquelon, French Establishments in
India, The Associated States of Cambodia, Laos and
Vietnam, New Caledonia and its dependencies,
French Establishments in Oceania, Condominium of
the New Hebrides;
(i) "Netherlands Monetary Area" means The Neither-
lands, The Republic of Indonesia, The Netherlands
New Guinea, Surinam, The Netherlands Antilles;
(j) "Portuguese Monetary Area" means Portugal and
The Portuguese Empire;
(k) "Western Zones of Germany" means the Federal
Republic of Germany and the French, British and
United States Sectors of Berlin.
6. This Order shall come into force on the first day of
December, nineteen hundred and fifty-five.
Dated this 15th day of November 1955.
R. W. TAYLOR,
Controller of Exchange.
Bahamas.
FIRST SCHEDULE
1. Canada.
2. The United States of America, and any territory under the
sovereignty of the United States of,America; Pacific Islands
formerly under Japanese administration but now under United
States administration: the Philippine Islands; Bolivia, Colombia,
Costa Rica, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Quate-
mala, Haiti, Republic of Honduras, Liberia, Mexico, Nicaragua,
Panama El Salvador, and Venequela.
SECOND SCHEDULE
Nil
THIRD SCHEDULE
Description of Territories Prescribed Manners of Payment
1. Belgian Monetary Area (a) Payment in sterling from a
Transferable Account of a
person resident in a Trans-
ferable Account territory.
(b) Payment in sterling from
an account of a person resi-
dent in any territory speci-
fied in the' First Schedule to
this Order.
(c) Payment in sterling from a
Registered Account.












2. Denmark, the Faroe
and Greenland.











3. French Franc Area














Description of Territories
4. French Somali Coast.












5. Netherlands Monetary Area.


(d) Pa y ment in Belgian,
Luxembourg or Congolese
francs.
(a) Payment in sterling from a
transferable Account of a
person resident in a Trans-
ferable Account territory.
(b) Payment in sterling from
an account of a person res-
ident in any territory
specified in the First
Schedule to this Order.
(c) Payment in sterling
from a Registered Account.
(d) Payment in Danish or
Faroese Kroner.
(a) Payment in sterling from a
Transferable Account of a
person resident in a Trans-
ferable Account territory.
(b) Payment in sterling
from an account of a person
resident in any territory
specified in the First
Schedule to this .Order.
(c) Payment in sterling
from a Registered Account.
(d) Payment in the cur-
rency of any of the ter-
ritories comprised in the
French Franc Area.
Prescribed Manners of Payment
(a) Payment in sterling from a
Transferable Account of a
person resident in a Trans-
ferable Account- territory.
(b) Payment in sterling from
an account of a person
resident in any territory
specified in the First Sche-
dule to this Order.
(c) Payment in sterling
from a Registered Account.
(d) Payment in Djibouti
francs.
(a) Payment in sterling from a
Transferable Account of a
person resident in a Trans-
ferable Account territory.
(b) Payment in sterling from
an account of a person
resident in any territory
specified in the First
Schedule to this Order.
(c) Payment in sterling
from a Registered Account













6. Norway.


7. Portuguese Monetary Area.












8. Sweden



Description of Territories









9. Switzerland and
Liechtenstein.


(d) Payment in guilders of the
Netherlands, Surinam or
the Netherlands Antilles.
(a) Payment in sterling from a
Transferable Account of a
person resident in a Trans-
ferable Account territory.
(b) Payment in ster ing
from an account of a person
resident in any territory
specified in the First
Schedule to this Order.
(c) Payment in sterling from a
Registered Account.
(d) Payment in Norwegian
kroner.
(a) Payment in sterling from a
Transferable Account of a
person resident in a Trans-
ferable Account Territory.
(b) Payment in sterling from
an account of a person
resident in any territory
specified in the First
Schedule to this Order.
(c) Payment in sterling from a
Registered Account.
(d) Payment in Portuguese
escudos.
(a) Payment in sterling from a
Transferable Account of a
person resident in a Trans-
ferable Account territory.
Prescribed Manners of Payment
(b) Payment in sterling from
an account of a person
resident in any territory
specified in the First
Schedule to this Order.
(c) Payment in sterling from
a Registered Account.
(d) Payment in Swedish
kronor.
(a) Payment in sterling from a
Transferable Account of a
person resident in a Trans-
ferable Account Territory.
(b) Payment in sterling from
an account of a person res-
ident in any territory
specified in the First
Schedule to this Order.
(c) Payment in sterling from a
Registered Account.
(d) Payment in Swiss francs.
16









10. The Western Zones of
Germany.










11. All other Transferable
Account territories.










12. The territories specified
in the First Schedule
this Order


(a) payment in sterling from a
Transferable Account of a
person resident in a Trans-
ferable Account territory.
(b) Payment in sterling from
an account of a person res-
ident in any territory
specified in the First
Schedule to this ,Order.
(c) Payment in sterling from a
Registered Account.
(d) Payment in deutschemarks.
(a) Payment in sterling from a
Transferable Account of a
person resident in a Trans-
ferable Account territory.
(b) Payment in sterling from
an account of a person
resident in any territory
specified in the First
Schedule to this Order.
(c) Payment in sterling from a
Registered Account.
(a) Payment in sterling from
to an account of a person
resident in any territory
specified in the First
Schedule to this Order.
(b) Payment in sterling from a
Registered Account.
(c) Payment in Canadian
dollars.
(d) Payment in United States
..'dollars.


BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER 1955 NO. 12
AUTHORISED DEPOSITARY
Whereas by Subsection (1) of section 44 of the Exchange
Control Regulations 1955, the expression authorizedd depositary"
is defined as meaning a person for the time being authorised by
an order of the Controller to act as an authorised depositary for
the purpose of part III of the Regulations.
Now, therefore, the Controller, in pursuance of the said
section 44 of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby
makes the following Order:-
1 The persons specified in the Schedule to this Order are
authorised to act as authorised depositaries for the purposes of
Part III of the Exchange Control Regulations 1955.
2. This Order shall come into force on the first day of Dec-
ember, nineteen hundred and fifty-five.
Dated this 15th day of November 1955.
R. W. TAYLOR
Controller of Exchange,
Bahamas.









SCHEDULE
Offices in the Bahamas of the following:
Royal Bank of Canada.
Barclays Bank, D. C. O.
Trust Corporation of Bahamas Limited.

BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER 1955 NO. 13
AUTHORISED OFFICERS
In exercise of powers vested in the Control of Exchange
under Section 3 (c) of the Exchange Control Regulations Act of
1952, the Controller hereby makes the following Order:-
1. Each of the following persons is hereby appointed an
Officer for the purpose of ensuring the enforcement of the
Regulations:-
(a) The Deputy Controller of Exchange (b) any officer of
the Exchange Control who is specially authorised (c) any police
officer of and above the rank of assistant superintendent (d) any
Customs Officer (e) any Immigration Officer.
2. This Order shall come into force on the first day of Dec-
ember, nineteen hundred and fifty-five.
Dated this 15th day of November 1955.
R. W. TAYLOR,
Controller of Exchange.
Bahamas.

BAHAMAS EXCHANGE CONTROL ORDER 1955 NO. 14
DECLARATIONS AND EVIDENCE
THE EXCHANGE CONTROL (DECLARATIONS AND
EVIDENCE) ORDER, 1955
The Controller of Exchange in exercise of the powers con-
ferred upon him by subregulation (1) of regulation 8, sub-
regulation (1) of regulation 9, paragraph (a) of regulation 13,
subregulation (5) of regulation 15, subregulation (1) of regulation
16, and subregulations (1) and (3) of regulation 44, of the Ex-
change Control Regulations 1955, and off all other powers enabl-
ing him in that behalf, hereby makes the following Order:-
1.-(1) The prescribed evidence for the purposes of para-
graph (b) of subregulation (1) of regulation 8 of the Exchange
Control Regulations 1955, to be produced to the person issuing
the security, is evidence that the person to whom the security is
to be issued is not resident outside the scheduled territories and
from facts known to the person giving the evidence or from
enquiries made by that person is not to the best of his belief ac-
quiring the security as the nominee of any person resident out-
side the scheduled territories.
(2) The evidence shall be given by a declaration in writing
signed by or on behalf of the person to whom the security is to
be issued.
2. The prescribed evidence for the purposes of paragraph
(a) of regulation 13 of the Exchange Control Regulations 1955, to
be produced to a person concerned with the keeping of a register
in the United Kingdom is-









(a) in the case of the issue of securities, the evidence
prescribed by Article 1 of this Order,
(b) in the case of the transfer of securities, the declara-
tion prescribed by Article 4 of this Order and
evidence given by a declaration in writing signed by
an authorised depositary that the transferee is not
resident outside the scheduled territories and from
facts known to the person giving the evidence or from
enquiries made by that person is not to the best of
his belief acquiring the security as the nominee of
any person resident outside the scheduled territories,
and
(c) in the case of the registration of securities trans-
ferable by means of bearer certificates the evidence
prescribed by paragraph (1) of Article 1 of this Order
given by a declaration in writing signed by an
authorised depositary.
3. The prescribed evidence for the purposes of subregulation
(5) of regulation 15 of the Exchange Control Regulations 1955, to
be produced to an authorised depositary is the evidence prescrib-
ed in the case of the transfer of securities by paragraph (b) of
Article 2 of this Order.
4. The prescribed declaration for the purposes of paragraph
(b) of subregulation (1) of regulation 9 of the Exchange Control
Regulations 1955, to be delivered to the transferee at or before
the time of the transfer is a declaration in the form set out in the
First Schedule to this Order or in a form to the like effect made
by an authorised depositary.
5. The prescribed Declaration for the purposes of paragraph (a)
of subregulation (1) of regulation 16 of the Exchange Control
Regulations 1955, to be delivered to an authorised depositary is a
declaration in the form set out in the Second Schedule to this
Order or in a form to the like effect made by an authorised
depositary.
6. This Order shall come into force on the first day of Dec-
ember, nineteen hundred and fifty-five.
Date4 this 15th day of November 1955.
R. W. TAYLOR,
Controller of Exchange.
Bahamas.

FIRST SCHEDULE
The holder of the above-mentioned security is not resident
outside the scheduled territories and from facts known to us or
from enquiries we have made is not to the best of our belief
holding the security as the nominee of a person resident outside
those territories.

SECOND SCHEDULE
We hereby declare that to our knowledge the security speci-
fied in the attached schedule is now and has always been since
the 2nd September 1939 owned by a person resident in the United
Kingdom.




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