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Publication Date: March 10, 1956
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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU MARCH 10th, 1936 10.

GOVE INMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
The following Government Notice is published as a supple-
ment to this Gazette:-
No. 34-The Marine Products (Fisheries) Amendment Rules 1956
M.P. 7433/2.


No. 35.
His Excellency the Governor has approved the following
Acting appointments in the Civil Aviation Department to tak.;
effect from the 1st March, 19365:-
Mr. H. H. Thompson, Depuly Director, to be Acting Director of
Civil Aviation-M.P. P. 85.
bMr. D. A. F Ingraham, Chief Operations Officer, to be Actirng
Deputy Director M.P. P. 87.
Mr. R. H. Hall. Senior Control Officer, to be Acting Chief Opera-
tions Officer M.P. P. 88.
Mr. Frank G. Bartlett, Control Officer to be Acting Senior Control
Officer-M.P. P. 96.


No. 36.
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 following Act of the Legis-
lature of the Bahama Islands:-
No. 28 of 1955-The Magistrates (Amendment) Act, 1955.
M.P. 14552.



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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


No. 37.
The following days will be observed as Public Holidays in
accordance with Section 3 of the Public Holidays Act 1938 (Ch.
15):-
30th March Good Friday
2nd April Easter Monday.
21st May Whit Monday.
M.P. 10842/2.
The foregoing notices numbered 34 to 37 are published by
command.

F. M. NOAD,
Acting Colonial Secretary.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas.
20th February, 1956.
THE COMPANIES ACT
TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with the Liquidator's Report
dated 17th November, 1955, the affairs of the undermentioned
Company have been fully wound up and that the said Company
has been struck off the Register and shall be deemed to have
been dissolved as and from the 17th day of February, 1956.
No. 527. SAUDI ARABIAN MINING SYNDICATE, LIMITED.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 30/1956.
WHEREAS Cecil Maxwell Farrington, of the Island of New
Providence, 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 Percival Dewitt Farrington,
late of the Island of New Providence, Musician, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from
the date hereof.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
5th March, 1956.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 31/1956.
WHEREAS William McPherson Christie, of the City of
Nassau in the Island of New Providence, one of the Bahama
Islands, Barrister-at-Law, has made application to the Chief Jus-
tice of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of
Administration of the real and personal estates of Eunice Heastie.
late of the town of Chosen in the State of Florida, U.S.A., Married
Woman, deceased.








OFFICIAL GAZETTE


NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said'Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteeii days fr6m
the date hereof -
JAMES LIDDELL,.
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
6th March, 1956.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,-
9th March, 1956.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in op-
posing the registration of any Mark appearing hereuntdr, mav,
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 i" .i.1) ale in
respect of each application opposed.
CLASS 47
2622
STANOL
Application No. 2622 in Class 47 in respect of fuels and illuminat-
ing, heating and lubricating oils.
Applicants:- Esso Standard Oil, S.A. a company incorporated in
and under the laws of the Republic of Panama a copy of
whose Act or Charter of incorporation has been deposited
for record in the Registry of Records in the City of Nassau
in the Island of New Providence who claim to be the pro-
proprietors of the above mark.
Applicants' Address for service in the Bahamas:- Messrs. Higgs
& Johnson, Chambers, House of Myers, Bay Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Date of Application:- 8th March, 1956.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar General.

TENDER NOTICE
SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF AIR CONDITIONING
EQUIPMENT FOR THE PROPOSED PASSENGER
HANDLING BUILDING AT WINDSOR FIELD
NASSAU,
The Airports Board, Nassau, Bahamas, invite tenders for the
supply and installation of an Air Conditioning Plant complete
with Duct Work and Equipment in the proposed Terminal Build-
ing at Windsor Field. Copies of the Instructions to Tenderers,
General Conditions of Contract, Specifications and Drawings may
be obtained at the office of the Resident Engineer, Civil Aviation
Department, Oakes Field, during normal working hours on pay-
ment of a deposit of 20. 0. 0. which will be returned on receipt
of a bona-fide tender and the return of the Drawings in good
condition. Detailed drawings may be inspected at the office of
the Resident Engineer.
Tenders which must be submitted in a sealed envelope en-
dorsed "Tender for Installing Air Conditioning Plant, Windsor
Field," will be received bv the Chairman of the Airports Board
until noon on the 4th April, 1956.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Bidders will be invited to be present when the Tenders are
opened and will be notified in advance of the time and place.
The Airports Board reserve the right to reject the lowest or
any Tender.
(Sgd.) F. H. CHRISTIE,
Chairman, Airports Board.


NOTICE TO SHIPPING INTERESTS
Attention is drawn to Rule 6 of the Rules made under the
Pilotage Act.
"No vessel shall anchor within an area of 150 feet east or
west of the electrical cable crossing the harbour between the
old shipyard at Hog Island immediately west of Esso Standard
Oil Co. Plant and a line drawn therefrom to the shore of New
Providence, as marked by notice boards."
It is particularly important that this rule be observed as
the present temporary cable being used by Telecommunications
Department is laid on the sea-bed, and is unprotected.
ACTG. HARBOUR MASTER,,
















SUPPLEMENT TO THE


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY


NASSAU MARCH 10th, 1956 10.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
No. 34.
The subjoined Rules made under The Agricultural and
Marine Products Board Act (Ch. 223) are published for general
information.
M.P. 7433/III.
RULES
Made Under
THE AGRICULTURAL AND MARINE PRODUCTS
BOARD ACT.
(CH. 223).
In exercise of the powers conferred upon them by Section
4 of The Agricultural and Marine Products Board Act (Chapter
223) the Board with the approval of the Governor in Council
X hereby make the following Rules:
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1. These Rules may be cited as The Marine Products
(Fisheries) Amendment Rules 1956.
2. Rule 2 of The Marine Products (Fisheries) Rules 1954,
hereinafter referred to as the Principal Rules, is hereby amended
by adding thereto the following definitions:
'Prohibited apparatus' means:-
(a) any device, other than a schnorkel, designed for
the purposes of enabling a person to breathe
whilst under water;
(b) any device designed for the discharge of a missile
under water by means of or through the agency
of any compressed gas.
'Schnorkel' means a tube through which a person whose
face is beneath the surface of the water can breathe
air directly from the atmosphere.
'Spearfishing Apparatus' means anything of the categories
set out below which is used in the sport commonly
known as "spearfishing":-
(a) a spear;
(b) a device designed for the discharge of a
missile under water by the force of a spring
of metal, rubber or other substance;
(c) a schnorkel;
(d) an underwater mask;
(e) underwater goggles.
3. The Principal Rules are hereby amended by inserting
between Rules 32 and 33 the following:
VIIA. SPEARFISHING.
32A. (1) No person shall take, capture, destroy or kill
any marine product by means of or whilst using any spearfishing
apparatus within the following areas:
(a) That body of water extending from the
coast line of New Providence Island and
bounded on the East by an imaginary
line drawn from the Eastern end of
Athol Island to East End Point on New
Providence, on the North by Athol Is-
land, Hog Island, Silver Cay, Long Cay
and North Cay and on the West by an
imaginary line drawn on a bearing due
South from the Western end of North
Cay to the Coast of New Providence.
(b) That body of water lying between Hog
Island and Athol Island commonly
known as "The Narrows" and which
comprises the area known as "The Sea
Gardens".








(2) No person shall take, capture, destroy or kill
any marine product anywhere within the waters of the Colony
by means of or whilst using any prohibited apparatus.
(3) No person shall knowingly buy, sell, expose
for sale, offer for sale or export any marine product which has
been taken, captured, destroyed or killed anywhere within the
Colony by means of any prohibited apparatus or any spearfishing
apparatus, or which has been taken, captured, destroyed or
killed anywhere within the waters of the Colony by a person
when using any prohibited apparatus or any spearfishing ap-
paratus."
4. Rule 35 of the Principal Rules is hereby amended by
deleting therefrom sub-rule (3) and substituting therefore the
following:
(3) If an inspector has reasonable cause to suspect
that any marine product has been taken, captured, destroyed or
killed in contravention of these Rules, or that any marine product
has been sold, purchased or exported or that the sale, purchase
or export of any such marine product has been attempted in
contravention of these Rules or any law, such inspector may
seize and detain such marine product and any boat or receptacle
in which the same is found and may also seize and detain any
prohibited apparatus or spearfishing apparatus reasonably su-
spected to have been used in connection with the taking, cap-
turing, destroying or killing of such marine product."
Made by the Agricultural and Marine Products Board this
Sixth day of March, 1956.
PHILIP G. D. BETHELL,
Chairman.
Approved by the Governor in Council this 9th day of March,
1956.
K. O'B. HARDING,
Clerk to the Executive Council.




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