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Group Title: Official gazette, Bahamas
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Title: Official gazette
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Publication Date: January 24, 1959
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    Government Notice No. 23 : The Edwin Hutchinson Pension Order, 1959 - M.P. P.198
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    Government Notice No. 24 : The Horace Bullard Pension Order, 1959 - M.P. 15800
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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY


NASSAU January 24, 1959 4


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
The following Government Notices are published as a Sup-
plement to this Gazette:
No. 22 The Street Traffic Amendment Regulations 1959-
M.P. 12089/III.

No. 23 The Edwin Hutchinson Pension Order, 1959-M.P. P.198.

No. 24 The Horace Bullard Pension Order, 1959 M.P. 15800.


No. 25.
His Excellency the Governor has approved the following ap-
pointments.
Mr. Wilfred Leslie Harris to be a Deputy Superintendent of Po-
lice with effect from the 8th January, 1959-M.P. P.1286.
Mr. William Garth Fowell to be an Assistant Superintendent of
Police with effect from the 8th January, 1959-
M.P. P.1287.
Mr. Jerome F. Greenidge, Clerk Scale 5, to be Officer in Charge,
Parcel Post, Scale 2, with effect from the 24th July, 1958-
M.P. P.45.
Mr. M. E. Johnston, Assistant Liaison Officer, to be Acting Chief
Liaison Officer with effect from the 17th December, 1958.-
M.P. 12768/III.












52 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

No. 26.
It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor-in-
Council, acting under the authority of Section 6 of the Public
Holidays Act (Chapter 270), has authorised the carrying on of
business in any shop until 1.00 p.m. on Friday, the 23th January,
1959. M.P. 10746/11.


No. 27.
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 Acts of the
Legislature of the Bahama Islands:-
No. 8 of 1958-The Police Amendment Act 1958.
No. 19 of 1958-The Pilotage Amendment Act 1958.
No. 25 of 1958-The Prison Department (Salaries and Allowances)
Amendment Act 1958.
No. 29 of 1958-The General Improvement Act 1958.
No. 36 of 1958-The Inter-Insular Mails Amendment Act 1958.
No. 51 of 1958-The Police Amendment (No. 2) Act 1958.
2. His Excellency directs that Act No. 25 of 1958 shall come
into operation as on and from the 24th July, 1958.
M.P's. 14859, 9146, 15395, 1708, 13605.
The foregoing notices numbered 22 to 27 are published by
command.
K. M. WALMSLEY,
Colonial Secretary.

DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


VACANCY: LABOUR LIAISON OFFICER
Applications are invited for the post of Labour Liaison Of-
ficer. Salary up to 1,080 according to qualifications and ex-
perience plus travelling and other allowances. The duties of the
post are to assist the Chief Liaison Officer in the supervision of
the welfare and other conditions of service of Bahamian workers
recruited under contract for work in the United States. The post
involves residence in Florida and necessitates constant travelling
by road. Applications should reach the Colonial Secretary's Office
not later than the 31st January, 1959.
M.P. 12768/3.

H. M. Customs,
Nassau, N.P.,
Bahamas.
19th January, 1959.
Importers are hereby notified that freight imported per m.v.
SUNADELE from Canada on the 14th January, 1959, and per s.s.
TROLLEGGEN from New York on the 15th, will be sent to Gov-
ernment Warehouses on the 21st and 22nd January.
Importers of cement are reminded that all cement per s.s.
ESCALANTE will be transferred to Government Warehouses on
the 22nd January.
E. H. McKINNEY,
Comptroller of Customs.















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Department of Immigration,
Nassau, Bahamas,
19th January, 1959.
The attention of the public is drawn to Immigration Regu-
lations whereby it is an offence to employ a non-Bahamian and
also an offence for a non-Bahamian to take up employment with-
out the approval of the Immigration Officer.
The public is warned that persons found employing non-Ba-
hamians and non-Bahamians taking up employment without per-
mission will be prosecuted.
The maximum fine for the above is 50 or six months im-
prisonment or both.
H. W. S. HALL,
Immigration Officer.


Registrar General's Office,
19th January, 1959.
The following Minister of Religion having been duly reg-
istered shall be deemed to be appointed a Marriage Officer of
the Colony with effect from 13th January, 1959:-
Reverend George H. Berninger, Jr. Baptist Church,
West End, Grand Bahama
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, N.P.,
Bahamas,
19th January, 1959.
THE TRADE MARKS ACT.
Trade Mark No. 98
Class 50
I hereby give notice that the registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of British Congoleum Limited of 131 Aldersgate
Street, London E.C.1, England, registered on the 18th day of
January, 1917, has been renewed as and from the 19th day of
January, 1959.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General


REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE
FEES
20th January, 1959.
IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED for general information that
under the authority of The Registration of Records Act (Ch. 116)
as amended by The Registration of Records Amendment Act,
1958 (No. 40 of 1958), the following fees are payable at the Regis
trar General's Office:-
For recording any deed, document or other writing s d.
for every page or part thereof ............... 8 0
For all photostatic copies of deeds, documents,
other writings or plans on record, including
certification if required; for every page or part
thereof .................................... 10 0















54 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

For every Registrar's Certificate under his Seal of
Office, except as above; for each sheet so
certified ................................... 1 0
with a minimum charge of .................. 5 0
For every search in the Registry (except when made
by or at the instance of a Public Officer in a
matter connected with the Public Service..... 4 0
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 329/1958.
In the estate of DAVID LaFLEUR late of the County of Palm
Beach in the State of Florida, U.S.A., deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that after the expiration of four-
teen days from the date hereof, application will be made to the
Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands on its Probate Side, by
William Alexander Jarrett, of Sandilands Village in the Eastern
District, New Providence, authorised Attorney for Frederick La-
Fleur of the County of Palm Beach in the State of Florida, U.S.A.,
the sole Executor named in the Will, for the resealing of the
Probate of the said Will, granted by The County Judge's Court
in and for Palm Beach County, Florida, to the said Frederick
LaFleur, on 25th June, 1957.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 331/1958.
WHEREAS Charles Wilfred Gardiner, of the City of Nassau
in the Island of New Providence, the only lawful son and heir-
at-law of the intestate, has made application to the Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Ad-
ministration of the real and personal estates of JAMES BOWE
GARDINER, late of the City of Nassau in the said Island of New
Providence, 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.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
20th January, 1959.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 345/1958.
WHEREAS Max Nicholas, of the Southern District in the
Island of New Providence, Widower of the intestate, has made
application to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the
Bahama Islands for letters of Administration of the real and per-
sonal estates of JESTINA LOUISE NICHOLAS, late of the
Southern District, New Providence, Married Woman, deceased.












OFFICIAL GAZETTE 55

NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be neard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from
the date hereof.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
20th January, 1959.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 347/1958.
WHEREAS Rebecca Thompson, of the Southern District in
the Island of New Providence, the only lawful child and heiress-
at-law of the intestate, has made application to the Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Ad-
ministration of the real and personal estates of ROSETTA TAY-
LOR, late of the Settlement of Small Hope in the Island of An-
dros, Widow, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of twenty-one days
from the date hereof.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
20th January, 1959.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 1/1959.
WHEREAS Esther Ophelia Francis, of the Eastern Distrirt
in the Island of New Providence, Bahamas, Widow of the in-
testate, 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 HIRAM ALEXANDER FRANCIS.
late of the Eastern District, New Providence, Police Constable
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.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
20th January, 1959.

Medical Department,
Nassau, Bahamas,
21st January, 1959.
DIETICIAN CATERING OFFICER
PRINCESS MARGARET HOSPITAL
Applications are called for the above post at the Princess
Margaret Hospital.
Duties planning of Hospital meals for approximately 250 pa-
tients and Hospital staff of approximately 130. In the
first instance catering is more important than special
diets.











56 OFFICIAL GAZETTE
Control of Stores and Kitchen staff.
Responsible for receipt, issue and storage of all food
held in the Princess Margaret Hopital.
Control of relevant equipment, crockery and cutlery.
Hours of duty by mutual arrangement.
Salary In the scale 1,100-1,300 (Scale 2) starting salary
1,100 subject to review with the Civil Service Com-
mission after 6 months service.
Application should be in writing to the Chief Medical Of-
ficer's office, P. O. Box 358 Nassau by 7th February, 1959, stat-
ing full personal particulars and qualifications and stating the
earliest date available.
By Order,
MARGARET E. KNOWLES,
Clerk, Board of Health,

H. M. Customs,
Nassau, N.P.,
Bahamas,
21st January, 1959.
The attention of importers is drawn to the Fifth Schedule to
the Tariff Act. Ch. 294-goods the importation of which is re-
stricted; "firecrackers and impact flash salutes, save and except
those which in the opinion of the comptroller are not dangerous".
As all firecrackers and impact flash salutes are in my opinion
dangerous, notice is hereby given that importation of these ar-
ticles will not, in future, be permitted. Should goods so restricted
be imported or brought into the colony, individuals responsible
shall for each offence be liable to a penalty of 200.
E. H. McKINNEY,
Comptroller of Customs.
S.M.P. 11592 III
72-75.

Health Board Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
22nd January, 1959.
FOR SALE BY TENDER
TRUCK No. 39
This vehicle can be inspected daily except Sundays by ap-
plying to the office of the Chief Sanitary Inspector, Princess Mar-
garet Hospital between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and noon.
All tenders should be marked "TENDER FOR TRUCK No.
39" and addressed to the Clerk, Board of Health, to reach this
office not later than noon 7th February, 1959.
The right is reserved to reject any or all tenders.
By Order,
MARGARET E. KNOWLES,
Clerk to the Health Board.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
22nd January, 1959.
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.















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 57

On filing Notice of opposition, a fee of 4 is payable in
respect of each application opposed.
Class 47










3003
Application No. 3003 in Class 47 in respect of refined, semirefined
and unrefined oils made from petroleum both with and
without admixture of animal, vegetable, or mineral oils
for illuminating, burning, power, fuel, and lubricating
purposes, and greases.
Applicants:- Esso Standard Oil Company of Wilmington, Dela-
ware, U.S.A., with offices at 15 West 51st Street, New
York, New York, U.S.A. Manufacturers, who claim to
be the proprietors of the above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas:-
Messrs. Higgs & Johnson, Chambers, Sandringham
House, Shirley Street, Nasau, Bahamas.
Date of Application:- 21st January, 1959.
TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH TRADE MARK NUMBER 920.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 10/1959.
WHEREAS Felix Albert Seymour, of Knowles', Cat Island,
but at present of the Southern District, the eldest lawful brother
of the intestate has made application to the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Administra-
tion DE BONIS NON, of the real and personal estates of ISA-
BELLA ARMSTRONG, late of the Southern District of the Is-
land of New Providence, 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.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
22nd January, 1959.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
22nd January, 1959.
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














OFFICIAL GAZETTE


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
respect of each application opposed.
Class 48

COPPERTONE
3004
Application No. 3004 in Class 48 in respect of toilet preparations,
oils, lotions, creams, powders, colognes.
Applicants:-Plough, Inc. having a place of business at 3022 Jack-
son Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee, a company incor-
porated under the laws of the State of Delaware, with
principal offices in Memphis, Tennessee trading as
Plough, Inc. who claim to be the proprietors of the above
mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas:-
Messrs. Higgs & Johnson of Chambers, Sandringham
House, Shirley Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Date of Application:- 22nd January, 1959.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Assistant Registrar General.














SUPPLEMENT TO THE


OFFICIAL


GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY


NASSAU January 24, 1959 4

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
No. 22.
The subjoined Regulations made under The Penal Code (Ch.
69) are published for general information.
M.P. 12089/III.
REGULATIONS
Made Under
THE PENAL CODE
(Ch. 69)
In exercise of the powers conferred upon him by section 233
of the Penal Code, the Governor in Council hereby makes the
following Regulations.


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1. These Regulations may be cited as the Street Traffic
Amendment Regulations, 1959.
2. The Street Traffic Regulations 1950 are hereby amended
by adding to Regulation 8(1) the following:
"(4) Spaces adjoining the Southern Porch of the Law Courts
Building on the West Side of Bank Lane for the parking
between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Mondays
to Friday and 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Saturdays, of
the Chief Justice's, the Attorney General's, the Solicitor
General's and the Registrar General's vehicles.
(5) Two spaces at the Southern end of Bank Lane, for the
parking between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
.. on rMondays to Fridays and 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon on
Saturday, of the American Counsul's and the Post-
master's vehicles.
(6) Spaces at the extreme Northern end of Gaol Alley im-
mediately South of the Southern end of The Central
Police Station for the parking between the hours of 9:00
a.m. and 5 p.m. on Mondays to Fridays and 9:00 a.m.
to 12:00 poon on Saturdays, of the two Stipendiary and
Circuit Magistrate's vehicles."
Made by the Governor in Council this 24th day of January,
1959.
K. M. WALMSLEY,
Clerk to the Executive Council.

No. 23.
The subjoined Order in Council made under The Edwin
Hutchinson Pension Act 1958 (No. 43 of 1958) is published for
general information.
M.P. P.198.
ORDER IN COUNCIL
Made Under
THE EDWIN HUTCHINSON PENSION ACT 1958
(No. 43 of 1958)
In exercise of the powers conferred upon the Governor in
Council by Section 2 of The Edwin Hutchinson Act 1958, the
following Order is hereby made:
1. This Order may be cited as the Edwin Hutchinson Pen-
sion Order 1959.
2. A pension at the rate of Three Hundred and Ninety
Pounds (390-0-0) per annum is hereby granted to Edwin Hutch-
inson as from the 1st October, 1957.
Ordered in Council this 24th day of January, 1959.
K. M. WALMSLEY,
Clerk to the Executive Council.









No. 24.
The subjoined Order in Council made under The Horace
Bullard Pension Act 1958 (No. 56 of 1958) is published for gen-
eral information.
M.P. 15800.
ORDER IN COUNCIL
Made Under
THE HORACE BULLARD PENSION ACT 1958
(No. 56 of 1958)
In exercise of the powers conferred upon the Governor in
Council by Section 2 of The Horace Bullard Pension Act 1958,
the following Order is hereby made:
1. This Order may be cited as the Horace Bullard Pension
Order 1959.
2. A pension at the rate of Two Hundred and Fifty-six
Pounds Fourteen Shillings and Nine Pence (256-14-9) per an-
num is hereby granted to Horace Bullard as from the 1st March,
1958.
Ordered in Council this 24th day of January, 1959.

K. M. WALMSLEY,
Clerk to the Executive Council.




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