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    Government Notice No. 272: The Prisons Amendment Rules 1960 - M.P. 9754
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    Government Notice No. 273: The Children and Young Persons (Industrial School for Boys) Order 1960. - M.P. 13375/II. & Government Notice No. 274: The Children and Younge Persons (Industrial School) Amendment Rules, 1960 - M.P. 13375/II
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    Government Notice No. 275: The Public Holidays Order 1960 - M.P. 10842/II
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OFFICIAL


GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY


NASSAU December 10, 1960 50


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
The following Government Notices are published as a sup-
plement to this Gazette:-
No. 272 The Prisons Amendment Rules 1960. M.P. 9754.

No. 273. The Children and Young Persons (Industrial School
for Boys) Order 1960. M.P. 13375/II.

No. 274 The Children and Young Persons (Industrial School)
Amendment Rules, 1960. M.P. 13375/II.

No. 275 The Public Holidays Order 1960. M.P. 10842/II.

No. 276.
His Excellency the-Governor has approved the following ap-
pointments:-
Dr. L. C. Huggins, O.B.E., Surgical Specialist, to be Acting Chief
Medical Officer with effect from the 12th December,
1960. -M.P. P.225.
Mr. C. K. Knowles, Acting Second Assistant Secretary, to be Act-
ing First Assistant Secretary for the period 24th Novem-
ber to the 1st December, 1960. M.P. P.199.
Mr. Douglas Jones, Chief Clerk, to be Acting Second Assistant
Secretary for the period 24th November to the 1st Ie-
cember, 1960. M.P. P.769.















886 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

Dr. F. Bonner to be a temporary member of the Advisory Com-
mittee on Welfare and Social Development in the Baha-
mas during the absence from the Colony of the Chief
Medical Officer. M.P. 14872A.


No. 277.
The following staff movements are notified for general in-
formation:-
LEAVE
Lt. Col. E. J. H. Colchester-Wemyss, O.B.E., Commissioner of
Police, three days vacation leave with effect from the 7th
December, 1960. M.P. P.851.
Dr. E. H. Murcott, Chief Medical Officer, four weeks and one
day vacation leave with effect from the 12th December,
1960, to be followed by two weeks leave on half pay.
M.P. P.1049.
Mr. J. Hubert Johnson, Acting First Assistant Secretary, eight
days sick leave with effect from the 24th November,
1960. M.P. P.5.


No. 278.
His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified that
Her Majesty The Queen has been pleased to re-appoint the
Honourable Richard Reginald Anderson Farrington, C.B.E.,
M.L.C., to be an Unofficial Member of the Executive Council for
a further period of one year with effect from the 22nd of Decem-
ber, 1960.
M.P. 306/2.


No. 279.
It is hereby notified that as Christmas Day and New Year's
Day falls on a Sunday, Monday the 26th December, 1960, and
Monday the 2nd January, 1961, will be observed as Public Holi-
days in accordance with Section 3 of The Public Holidays Act,
Chapter 270.
M.P. 10842/II.


No. 280.
In exercise of the powers conferred upon him by Regulation
3 of the Street Nuisance Prohibition Regulations, 1928, His Excel-
lency the Governor hereby directs that those Regulations .shpld
not apply during the hours from 4.00 a.m. to 9.00 a.m. on Tues-
day, 27th December, 1960 and Monday, 2nd January, 1961.
No person will be allowed to take part in the Junkanoo Pa-
lades, held in that portion of Bay Street which is closed to
vehicular traffic, unless such person is in uniform or costume of a
type associated with Junkanoo Parades. It is also notified that
the wearing of decorative headgear and a mask only will not be
deemed to constitute either a uniform or a costume.
M.P. 12238/II.


No. 281.
With reference to Government Notice No. 229 of the 1st
October, 1960, it is hereby notified for general information that














OFFICIAL GAZETTE 887

the Exequatur empowering Mr. Frank R. Bottrill to act as Hon-
orary Consul of Ecuador at Nassau received Her Majesty's signa-
ture on the 2nd November, 1960.
M.P. 16153.
The foregoing notices numbered 272 to 281 are published by
command.
A. G. KNOX JOHNSTON,
Colonial Secretary.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
5th November, 1960.

THE COMPANIES ACT
TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with the Liquidator's
Report dated 2nd day of August, 1960, the affairs of the under-
mentioned Company have been fully wound up and that the
said Company have been struck off the Registrar and shall be
deemed to have been dissolved as and from the 5th day of No-
vember, 1960.
No. 1936 VERITY LIMITED
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.


Under provisions of Section 24 (1) Part III of Chapter 39 of
1959, 1. e. An Act to consolidate and amend the Law relating
to the General Assembly, and for other purposes connected there-
with, a copy of all the parts of the register relating to the Eastern,
Southern, Western and City Districts in New Providence and
known as the "January Register" is now open for inspection in
the office of the Parliamentary Registrar.
(Sgd.) J. A. HUGHES,
Ag. Parliamentary Registrar.
December 5th, 1960.


NOTICE TO MARINERS
It has been reported to this Office that Mackie Buoy is ex-
tingush.
Until such time that arrangements can be made for the re-
placement of this light Vessels in the vicinity should Navigate
with caution.
L. H. FLOWERS,
for Port Director.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, N.P.,
5th December, 1960.
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














888 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

14 and 15 as prescribed by the said Rules has been sent to
Messrs. Scott & Turner, Limited of Andrews House, Gallowgate,
Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, the registered proprietors of the
undermentioned Trade Mark:-

Nos. 1562 and 1563 in Class 2
the registration of which expired on the 5th day of December,
1960, 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.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar General.



The number of applications to the Public Board of Works
for sympathetic consideration to high water bill has increased
considerably over the last year. This sympathetic consideration
has in almost all cases been given by the Board where wastage of
water has occurred. The Board however now informs the general
public that such consideration must in future take into account the
serious water shortage of the present time. The Board is of the
opinion that the general public is not making every effort to
avoid such wastage and does not intend in future to grant reduc-
tions on excessive water bills where the consumer could have
taken reasonable action to avoid wastage. Leaking toilets should
be quite easily spotted by the consumer and the Board will in
future only grant reductions on the basis of leaks which could
not have been reasonably discovered by the consumer. The none
occupation of a building is no excuse for undiscovered wastage
and the Board will not grant reductions in such cases where the
reasonable action of the consumer would have been to have the
supply turned off.
JOAN D. NORTH,
Clerk Public Board of Works.



Tenders are invited by the Public Board of Works for any
or all of the following materials to be delivered during the six
months period 1st January to 30th June 1961, the right being re-
served to extend the contract for the remaining period of the
year, 1st, July to 31st December 1961 if so desired by the Board.
(1) Lime.
(2) Stone.
(3) Gasoline, Kerosene, Lubricating Oils, Grease.
(4) Tyres and Tubes.
(List of the requirements of the Public Board of
Works for the year 1961, can be obtained from the
undersigned).
Regarding No. (4) the accepted tenderer must be prepared to
keep these items in stock, and supply them as they are needed by
the Board, at the prices mentioned on the accepted tender.
Specifications, tender forms and further particulars may be
obtained at the office, Public Work Department, Nassau Court.
Tenders must be enclosed in sealed envelopes, marked
"tender for supplies" and submitted not later than noon, Wed-
nesday December 28th, 1960.














OFFICIAL GAZETTE 889

The Board reserves the right to reject any or all tenders.
By Order,
JOAN D. NORTH,
Clerk Public Board of Works.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 306/1960.
WHEREAS Asa Roberts of the Western District in the Is-
land of New Providence, 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 Edwin Roberts
late of the Settlement of Black Land in the Island of Grand Ba-
hama one of the Bahama Islands, Farmer, 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.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
7th December, 1960.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 307/1960.
WHEREAS Verna Thompson of the Southern District in 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 Alexander
Thompson late of the Southern District of the Island of New
Providence, Messenger, 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.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
7th December, 1960.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 308/1960.
WHEREAS Rebecca Pennerman of Mangrove Cay in the
Island of Andros but at present of the City of Nasasu in the
islandd of New Providence another of the Bahama Islands, 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 Othneal H. Pennerman late of Mangrove Cay
in the Island of Andros one of the Bahama Islands, Seaman, de-
ceased.















890 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

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.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
7th December, 1960.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 309/1960.
WHEREAS James Theodore Minnis of the Eastern District
in the Island of New Providence one of the said Bahama Islands,
has made application to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
of the Bahama Islands for letters of Administration de bonis non
of the real and personal estates of Arabella Minnis late of Sandi-
lands Village in the Eastern District of the Island of New Pro-
vidence one of the Bahama Islands, 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.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
7th December, 1960.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 310/1960.
WHEREAS James Theodore Minnis of the Eastern District
of the Island of New Providence one of the Bahama Islands has
made application to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of
the Bahama Islands for letters of Administration de bonis non
of the real and personal estates of Peter Minnis late of Sandilands
Village in the Island of New Providence one of the Bahama Is-
lands Shopkeeper, 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.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
7th December, 1960.


NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE LICENSING AUTHORITY

THE LIOUOR LICENCES ACT Ch. 322
NOTICE is hereby given that a sitting of the Licensing Authority
for the Island of New Providence will be held at The Magistrate's
Court Room on Wednesday the 14th day of December, 1960, at 4.15
o'clock for the purpose of granting licences (and transfers of licences)
under the above Act.
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 891

The undermentioned persons have applied for a grant of the
licences specified below.

Name and Address Description Description
of the Applicant of Licence of Presmises


RENEWALS FOR THE YEAR 1961
HOTEL, MUSIC AND DANCING t
THE EASTERN DISTRICT, NEW P
331. David Hotel
Richardson,
New Providence.


332. David
Richardson,
New Providence.





333. Theophilus
Clarke,
Eastern District,
New Providence.




334. Theophilus
Clarke,
Eastern District,
New Providence.


Music and Dancing








Hotel








Music and Dancing


(CONTINUED)
APPLICATIONS
'ROVIDENCE
Building known as the
Fort Montagu Beach
H o t e 1 including the
Jungle Club and the
Cabana Club situate
on East Bay Street in
the Eastern District,
New Providence.
Building known as the
Fort Montagu Beach
Hotel including the
Jungle Club and Caba-
na Club situate East
Bay Street, in the
Eastern District, New
Providence.
Two storey stone build-
ing known as the Al-
pha Hotel situate at
the corner of St. James
Road and Shirley
Street in the Eastern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
Two storey stone build-
ing known as the Al-
pha Hotel situate at
the corner of St. James
Road and Shirley
Street in the Eastern
District in the Island
of New Providence.


THE CITY DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


335. Joseph
Garfunkel,
New Providence.



336. Lofthouse Hotel
Limited,
New Providence.





337. Richard Slee,
New Providence.



338. Richard Slee,
New Providence.


Hotel


Hotel







Hotel




Music and Dancing


Three storey stone
building situate on the
western side of George
Street in the City of
Nassau in the Island
of New Providence.
Two storey stone
building with annexes
thereto known as Loft-
house Club and Garden
Villas situate George
Street in the City of
Nassau, in the Island
of New Providence.
Three storey stone
building known as the
Carlton House situate
in the City of Nassau,
New Providence.
Three storey stone
building known as the
Carlton House situate
in the City of Nassau,
New Providence.

















892 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

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


339. Bruce Kilroy
Thompson,
New Providnce.



340. Bruce Kilroy
Thompson,
New Providence.


341. Donald S.
Leas Jr.






342. E. W. Powell,
New Providence.








343. E. W. Powell,
New Providence.





344. The Colonial
Management
Limited,
New Providence.



345. The Colonial
Management
Limited,
New Providence.


Hotel


Music and Dancing




Hotel







Hotel









Music and Dancing







Hotel


Music and Dancing


Three storey stone
building known as the
Flamingo Hotel situate
in the City of Nassau
in the Island of New
Providence.
Three storey stone
building known as the
Flamingo Hotel situate
in the City of Nassau,
New Providence.
Five two storey stone
buildings known as
the Cumberland
House situate Cum-
berland Street in the
City of Nassau, New
Providence.
Two storey stone
building known as the
Atlas Hotel situate
Baillou Hill Road op-
posite to the Govern-
ment House Grounds
in the City of Nassau
in the Island of New
Providence.
Two storey stone build-
ing situate Baillou Hill
Road opposite to the
Government H o u s e
Grounds in the City of
Nassau, New Provi-
dence.
Five storey stone
building known as the
British Colonial Hotel
and ground situate in
the City of Nassau in
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
Five storey stone
building containing 290
bedrooms in the City
of Nassau in the Is-
land of New Provi-
dence.


PROPRIETARY CLUB, MUSIC AND DANCING APPLICATIONS
THE EASTERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


346. Robert Irvin
Dillet,
Chairman
Coconut Palm
Club.



347. Robert Irvin
Dillet,
Chairman
Coconut Palm


Proprietary Club








Music and Dancing


Two storey stone
building situate on the
northern side of Wulff
Road just east of the
Southern Senior School
grounds in the Eastern
District, New Provi-
dence.
Two storey stone
building situate on the
north side of Wulff
Road in the Eastern
District of the Island
of New Providence.

















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 893

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

THE CITY DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


348. Rodney Williams,
Secretary
Porcupine Club.
349. Osmond
Fernander,
Chairman
Nonpariel
Cocktail Lounge.


Proprietary Club


Proprietary Club


One storey stone build-
ing situate Hog Island.

The rear portion of a
one storey stone build-
ing situate on the East-
ern side of Frederick
Street in the City of
Nassau, New Provi-
dence.


THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


350. Simeon Johnson,
Chairman
Dreamland Club.



351. Simeon Johnson,
Chairman
Dreamland Club.



352. Arnold Flowers,
Chairman
Club 47.


353. Arnold Flowers,
New Providence.


Proprietary Club


Music and Dancing





Proprietary Club




Music and Dancing


The two storey stone
building situate on the
south side of Rodgers
Corner in the South-
ern District, New Pro-
vidence.
Two storey stone
building situate on the
south side of Rodgers
Corner in the Southern
District, New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Quackoo
Street in the Southern
District, New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Quackoo
Street, Southern Dis-
trict New Providence.


THE WESTERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


354. Hedley V.
Edwards
Chairman
Ardastra
Gardens Club.
355. Hedley V.
Edwards,
Chairman
Ardastra
Gardens Club
356. Frederick Alfred
Munnings,
Proprietor
Caribbean Club.
357. Frederick Alfred
Munnings,
Proprietor
Caribbean Club.
358. Alfred William
Fountain,
Chairman
South Side Club.
359. Alfred William
Fountain,
Chairman
South Side Club.


Proprietary Club




Music and Dancing




Proprietary Club



Music and Dancing



Proprietary Club



Music and Dancing


Premises known as the
Ardastra Gardens sit-
uate Chippingham in
the Western District,
New Providence.
Premises known as the
Ardastra Gardens sit-
uate Chippingham in
the Western District,
New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Thompson
Boulevard in the West-
ern District, N.P.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Thompson
Boulevard in the West-
ern District, N.P.
One storey building
situate Oakes Field
Western District, New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Oakes
Field in the Western
District in the Island
of New Providence.

















894 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

Name and Address Description Description
of the Applicant of Licence of Presmises


360. Cedric Douglas
Chairman
Skyline Club.


361. Gladys Tobett,
Secretary
Bahamas Country
Club.
362. Gladys Tobett,
Secretary
Bahamas Country
Club.


Proprietary Club




Proprietary Club



Music and Dancing


A portion of the Main
Airport Building situ-
ate Windsor Field in
the Western District,
New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate West Bay
Street, New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate West Bay
Street in the Western
District of the Island
of New Providence.


RESTAURANT, MUSIC AND DANCING APPLICATIONS
THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


363. Richard
Ferguson,
Southern District,
New Providence.


364. Una V. Heastie
Prosper,
Southern District,
New Providence.



365. Una V. Heastie
Prosper,
Southern District,
New Providence.


366. Richard
Ferguson,
Southern District,
New Providence.


367. Aileen Edith
Wilson,
Southern District,
New Providence.


368. Aileen Edith
Wilson,
Southern District,
New Providence.


369. Curtis W.
Turnquest,
New Providence.



370. Curtis W.
Turnquest,
New Providence.


Restaurant





Restaurant







Music and Dancing





Music and Dancing





Restaurant





Music and Dancing





Restaurant





Music and Dancing


One storey stone build-
ing situate Palm Tree
Avenue in the Coconut
Grove of the Southern
District in the Island
of New Providence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Wulff Road
just east of Windsor
Park in the Southern
District in the Island
of New Providence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Wulff Road
in the Southern Dis-
trict in the Island of
New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Palm Tree
Avenue in the Coco-
nut Grove Area of the
Southern District, New
Providence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate East Street
south of Young Street
in the Southern Dis-
trict, New Providence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate on the east-
ern side of East Street,
in the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate East Street
just south of Young
Street in the Southern
District, New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate East Street
in the Southern Dis-
trict in the Island of
New Providence.

















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 895

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


371. Fitzgerald Reid,
Southern District,
New Providence.






372. Fritzgerald Reid,
Southern District,
New Providence.



373. Neville Dorsette,
Southern District,
New Providence.




374. Neville Dorsette,
Southern District,
New Providence.


Restaurant








Music and Dancing






Restaurant







Music and Dancing


The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing known as the Ar-
cade situate at the
corner of McCollough
Corner and East Street
Southern District, New
Providence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing known as the Ar-
cade Restaurant in the
Southern District, New
Providence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate East Street
just south of Lewis
Street in the Southern
District, New Provi-
dence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate East St. in
the Southern District,
N.P.


THE EASTERN DISTRICT. NEW PROVIDENCE


375. Vera Edgecombe,
Eastern District,
New Providence.


376. Vera Edgecombe,
Eastern District,
New Providence.


377. Thomas Rahming,
Eastern District,
New Providence.


378. Thomas Rahming,
Eastern District,
New Providence.


379. Alexander Harris,
Sandilands
Village,
Eastern District,




380. Alexander Harris,
Eastern District.




381. Herbert
Saunders,
New Providence.


Restaurant




Music and Dancing




Restaurant




Music and Dancing




Restaurant








Music and Dancing





Restaurant


One storey stone build-
ing situate Union Vil-
lage in the Eastern
District in the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Union
Village in the Eastern
District in the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Fox Hill
Eastern District of the
Island of New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Fox Hill in
the Eastern District of
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate on the
north side of Wulff
Road opposite to Pear-
dale Road in the East-
ern District, New Pro-
vidence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Wulff Road
east in the Eastern
District, New Provi-
dence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Mt. Royal

















896 OFFICIAL GAZETTE
Name and Addres Description Description
of the Applicant of Licence of Premises

Avenue and known as
the Hide Out in the
Eastern District, New
Providence
THE WESTERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


382. Herbert
Saunders,
New Providence.



383. Joseph Wellington
Lewis,
Augusta Street,
New Providence.





384. Joseph Wellington
Lewis,
Augusta Street,
New Providence.


385. Frederick Alfred
Munnings,
Eastern District.




386. Lona Jones,
Chippingham,
Western District.



387. Lona Jones,
Western District,
New Providence.





388. Charles Roderick
Hall,
Western District,
New Providence.


389. Charles Roderick
Hall,
Western District.


389a. Lawrence
Lightbourne,
Southern District.

389b. Lawrence
Lightbourne,


Music and Dancing


Restaurant









Music and Dancing





Restaurant






Restaurant






Music and Dancing








Restaurant






Music and Dancing


Restaurant



Music and Dancing


The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Mt. Royal
Avenue in the Eastern
District, New Provi-
dence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Augusta
St. about 400 ft. off
Meadow Street run-
ning south in the West-
ern District of the Is-
land of New Provi-
dence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Augusta
Street in the Western
District of the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Thompson
Boulevard and known
as the the Caribbean
Club in the Western
District, New Provi-
dence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing known as the
Henry Hotel in the
Western District, New
Providence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing known as the
Henry Hotel situate
Chippingham in the
Western District of
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Adelaide
Rpad (Carmichael
Road) in the Western
District, New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Adelaide
Road in the Western
District, New Provi-
dence.
One storey building
situate Hobby Horse
Hall, Western District,
New Providence.
One storey building sit-
uate Hobby Horse
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 897

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


Southern District,
New Providence.


Hall, Western District,
New Providence.


GENERAL AND MUSIC AND DANCING APPLICATIONS
THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


390. Susan Gilbert,
Southern District,
New Providence.




391. Susan Gilbert,
Southern District,
New Providence.


General






Music and Dancing


One storey stucco
building situate at the
corner of Baillou Hill
Road and Wellington
Street in the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stucco
building situate at the
corner of Baillou Hill
Road and Wellington
Street in the Southern
District in the Island
of New Providence.


THE EASTERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


392. Henrietta Neeley,
Eastern District,
New Providence.



393. Henrietta Neeley,
Eastern District,
New Providence.


General





Music and Dancing


One storey stone build-
ing situ ate Wind
whistle Street, Mt.
Royal Avenue in the
Eastern District, New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Wind-
whistle Street, Mt.
Royal Avenue in the
Eastern District of the
Island of New Provi-
dence.


MUSIC AND DANCING APPLICATIONS
THE EASTERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


394. N. B. Woodside,
Eastern District,
New Providence.


Music and Dancing


One storey wooden
building situate Tal-
bert Street, Eastern
District in the Island
of New Providence.


THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


395. Helen Russell,
Southern District,
New Providence.




396. A. N. Williams,
Southern District,
New Providence.




397. Walter Hudson,
Southern District,
New Providence.


Music and Dancing






Music and Dancing






Music and Dancing


One storey stone build-
ing situate Market
Street just north of
Lewis Street in the
Southern District in
the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Laird
Street between Market
Street and Baillou Hill
Road in the Southern
District, New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Cambridge
Lane in the Southern
District in the Island
of New Providence.

















898 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

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


398. Edith Saunders,
Southern District,
New Providence.



399. Franklyn
Ferguson,
Southern District,
New Providence.

400. Stanley Pratt,
Southern District,
New Providence.




401. Arnold Carter,
Southern District,
New Providence.


Turnquest,
Southern District.



403. Eva Symonette,
Masons Addition.




404. William Newbold,
New Providence,




405. Richard
Farrington,
Brougham Street,
Southern District.



406. Audley J. Butler,
Masons Addition,
Southern District.



407. Arnold Flowers,
Southern
District, N.P.


408. Robert Curry,
Southern District,


Music and Dancing





Music and Dancing




Music and Dancing







Music and Dancing


Wholesale






Wholesale





Wholesale







Wholesale





Wholesale




Wholesale


One storey stone build-
ing situate Lewis St.
between Baillou Hill
Road and Market
Street, Southern Dis-
trict, New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Washington
Avenue, Coconut Grove
Southern District, New
Providence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Market
Street just west ol
Fleming Street in the
Southern District, New
Providence.
One storey wooden
building situate Mar-
ket Street about 150
ft. north of Bowe's
Super Market, South.
ern District, N.P.
[ONS
PROVIDENCE
One storey stone build-
ing situate on the west-
ern side of East St.
just south of Young
Street, Southern Dis-
trict, New Providence.
One storey wooden
building situate Ma-
sons Addition just off
East Street running
east in the Southern
District, N.P.
On storey stone build-
ing situate Strachan
Corner running off
East Street in the
Southern District, New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Brougham
Street running west
of East Street in the
Southern District in
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
One storey wooden
building situate Ma-
sons Addition, South-
ern District in the Is-
land of New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Fowler
Street in the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Market


WHOLESALE APPLICATION
THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT, NEW
402. Curtis Wilfred Wholesale
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 899

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


New Providence.


409. Daisy May
Nottage,
Southern District,
New Providence.



410. Blanche
Ferguson,
Southern District,
New Providence.

411. Franklyn
Ferguson,
'Masons Addition,
Southern District.


412. Roston Hanna,
Southern District,
New Providence.






THE WESTERN
413. Charles
Roderick Hall,
Western District,
New Providence.


414. Richard Talmon
Albury,
Carmichael
Village,
Western District.

415. Cedric Douglas
Russell,
Western District,
New Providence.

416. David Tinker,
South Street.


417. Vincent Lindsey,
Western District,
New Providence.





418. Samuel Isaac
Wright,
Western District,
New Providence.


Wholesale







Wholesale




Wholesale





Wholesale








DISTRICT, NEW
Wholesale





Wholesale






Wholesale




Wholesale



Wholesale







Wholesale


Street about 400 ft.
south of the Southern
Police Station, South-
ern District, New Pro-
vidence.
One storey wooden
building situate Bail-
lou Hill Road about
500 ft. south of St.
Barnabas Church in
the Southern District,
New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Andros
Avenue, Southern Dis-
trict in the Island of
New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Washing-
ton Avenue in the
Southern District of
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate corner
South of John Deveaux
Restaurant r u n n in g
south in the Engler-
ston Area of the
Southern District, New
Providence.
PROVIDENCE
One storey stone build-
ing situate on the
southern side of the
Adelaide Road in the
Western District, New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Carmichael
Road near to Glad-
stone Road in the
Western District, New
Providence.
Building known as the
main Airport Building
situate Windsor Field,
Western District, New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate South
Street, Western Dis-
trict, New Providence.
One storey wooden
building situate South
Street and opposite to
the Government Nur-
sery Grounds in the
Western District, New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Dean St-
about 200 ft. off Au-
gusta Street running
















900 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

Name and Address Description Description
of the Applicant of Licence of Presmises


419. Alexander
Wilson,
Western District,
New Providence.

420. Alex Smith,
Western District,
New Providence.




421. Richard Brown)
Western District,
New Providence.


422. V. McCloud,
Western District,
New Providence.



THE EASTERN
423. Elgin Adderley,
Eastern District,
New Providence.


424. Alfred Gibson,
Southern District,
New Providence.


425. Abraham Clarke,
Eastern District,
New Providence.


426. Wilfred
Robinson,
Eastern District,
New Providence.

427. John
Micklewhite,
New Providence,
Canaan Lane.


428. Wesley Culmer,
Culmerville,
Eastern District,
New Providence.


Wholesale




Wholesale







Wholesale




Wholesale


DISTRICT, NEW
Wholesale




Wholesale




Wholesale




Wholesale


Wholesale





Wholesale


west in the Western
District, New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Eneas
Lane in the Western
District of the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Queen St.
off Meadow Street run-
ning north in the
Western District in
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Gambia in
the Western District
of the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate West Street
in the Western Dis-
trict of the Island of
New Providence.

PROVIDENCE
One storey wooden
building situate Clar-
idge Lime Kiln Road
Eastern District, New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Kemp Road
and Strachan Corner,
Eastern District, New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate St. James
Road, Eastern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate St. James
Road, Eastern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Canaan
Lane off Shirley Street
running south in the
Eastern District, New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Culmerville
west of Mackey Street
in the Eastern District
of the Island of New
Providence.


THE CITY DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


429.Burns House
Limited,
New Providence.


Wholesale


A portion of the
ground floor of the
Prince George Hotel in
the City of Nassau in

















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 901

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


430. Burns House
Limited,
New Providence.

431. John Arteaga,
Eastern District,
New Providence.

432. Bruce Kilroy
Thompson,
New Providnece.




433. Roy Munro
Solomon,
New Providence.
434. Donald Forbes
Butler,
New Providence.


435. Helmut Chiettini,
Manager,
Coral Harbour
Club.


Wholesale



Wholesale



Wholesale






Wholesale


Wholesale


Hotel


436. Helmut Chiettini, Music and Dancing
Manager,
Coral Harbour
Club.


437. Helmut Chiettini,
Manager,
Coral Harbour
Club..

438. Fotios
Demetreus
Scarlatos,
Vice President,
Mayfair Hotel
Limited.
439. Fotios Demetreus
Scarlatos,
Vice President,
Mayfair Hotel
Limited.

440. Donald Murray
Delahey,
Nassau.


441. Donald Murray
Delahey,
Nassau.


Restaurant





Hotel






Music and Dancing






Hotel





Music and Dancing


the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Maderia
Avenue.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Bay Street
City District, New Pro-
vidence.
The ground floor of a
three storey stone
building situate Bay
Street in the City of
Nassau in the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate East of
Mackey Street.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate at the cor-
ner of Marlborough
and West Streets in
the City of Nassau,
New Providence.


Premises known
Coral Harbour
situated at the
Shore of New
dence.
Premises known
Coral Harbour
situated at the
Shore of New
dence.


as the
Club,
South
Provi-

as the
Club,
South
Provi-


Premises known as the
Coral Harbour Club,
situated at the South
Shore, New Provi-
dence.
Five storey stone
building situate at the
corner of Bay and Au-
gusta Streets in the
City of Nassau, known
as the Mayfair Hotel.
Five storey stone
building known as the
Mayfair Hotel in the
City of Nassau in the
Island of New Provi-
dence.
Three storey stone
building known as the
Prince George Hotel
situate at Bay Street
in the City of Nassau.
Three storey stone
building known as the
Prince George Hotel
situate on Bay Street
inthe City of Nassau.

















902 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

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

442. Jim Glico. Restaurant The second floor of a


Nassau.


443. Jim Glico,
Nassau.







444. Jim Glico,
Nassau.







445. Neil Auld
Mactaggart,
President,
Cellars Win
Limited.



446. Neil Auld
Mactaggart,
President,
Cellars Win
Limited.



447. Donald Cash
Lyon Road,
Eastern Dist
New Provide







90. Davis Harbo
Limited,
Wemyss Big
Eleuthera.
91. Davis Harbou
Limited,
Wemyss Big
Eleuthera.


there
buil
inal
at
the
of t
Prove
Restaurant The
of a
build
buil
Win
Wes
the
Prove
Music and Dancing The
of a
build(
buld
Win
Wes
the
Prove
Wholesale Thre
build
soutl
eshop Char
Bay
of
land
denc
Wholesale The
there(
build
eshop soutl
Strewn
Nas
Geor
Briti
Wholesale Fron
wood
;rict, at L
ence. store
situa
East

OUT ISLAND APPLICATIONS
NEW APPLICATIONS
ROCK SOUND, ELEUTHERA
ur Restaurant One
ing
ht, Bigh

ur Wholesale One


ht,


ing
Bigh


e storey stone
ding (Main Term-
Building) situate
Windsor Field in
Western District
he Island of New
ridence.
southern portion
Sone storey stone
ding known as
ding 686, situate at
dsor Field in the
tern District of
Island of New
idence.
southern portion
one storey stone
ling k known as
ing 686 situate at
dsor Field in the
tern District of
Island of New
idence.
se storey stone
ling situate at the
eastern corner of
lotte Street and
Street in the City
Qassau in the Is-
of New Provi
e.
ground floor of a
Storey stone
ling situate on the
i side of Bay
et in the City of
ssau between
ge Street and the
sh Colonial Hotel.
Sa one storey
[en building situ-
yon Road, to a one
y stone building
te Lyon Road,
ern District, N.P.





storey stone build-
situate Wemyss
t, Eleuthera.

storey stone build-
situate Wemyss
t, Eleuthera.


RENEWALS FOR THE OUT ISLAND (CONTINUED)
RAGGED ISLAND


32. Edgar Moxey,
Ragged Island.


General


One storey stone build-
ing situate Taylor St.,
Ragged Island.
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 903

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


33. Weelock Panza,
Ragged Island.

34. Douglas Moxey,
Ragged Island.


General


General


One storey stone build-
ing situate Wilson St.,
Ragged Island.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Culmer St.,
Ragged Island.


MARSH HARBOUR, ABACO
35. Maurice Albury, Proprietary Club Building situate Marsh
Proprietor Harbour, Airport, Ab-
Highway Club. aco.
Dated at Nassau, N.P., the 7th day of December, 1960.
LESLIE A. WHYLLY,
Clerk to the Licensing Authority,


NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE LICENSING AUTHORITY

THE SHOP LICENCES ACT Ch. 325
NOTICE is hereby given that a sitting of the Licensing Authority
for the Island of New Providence will be held at The Magistrate's
Court Room on Wednesday the 14th day of December, 1960, at 4.15
o'clock for the purpose of granting licences (and transfers of licences)
under the above Act.


The undermentioned
'icencss specified below.


persons have applied for a grant of the


399. Frederick Alfred
Munnings,
Eastern District,
New Providence.



400. Joseph Moss,
Market Street,
Southern District.



401. William H.
Aranah,
Shirley Park
Avenue,
Eastern District.
402. Loretta J. Fox,
Village Road,
Eastern District.


403. L. Miller,
Palmdale Avenue,
Eastern District.


404. A. Burrows,
Kemp Road,
Eastern District,
New Providence.


Souvenirs and
Gift Items





Cool Drinks





General and
Electrical
Merchandise


Car, Car Parts,
Accessories and
Motor Scooters


Petty Shop




Vegetables, Fruits,
Cool Drinks, Etc.


One storey stone build-
ing situate on the
eastern side of Thomp-
son Boulevard in the
Western District in
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
One storey wooden
building situate Mar-
ket Street south about
100 ft. south of Andros
Avenue in the South-
ern District, N.P.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Nassau
Shopping Plaze, East-
ern District, New Pro-
vidence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate East Shir-
ley Street in the East-
ern District, New Pro-
vidence.
One storey building
situate Midway Tav-
ern Corner, Wulff
Road east in the East-
ern District, N.P.
One storey stone build-
ing situate St. James
Road near to Hall's
Food Store in the
Eastern District, New
Providence.


Dated at Nassau, N.P., the 7th day of December, 1960.
LESLIE A. WHYLLY,














904 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

Board of Education Scholarship Scheme
The Board of Education has proposed to Government the
establishment of a scholarship scheme to train Bahamians for the
specialist post now needed by the schools.
Because of the early date (January, 1961) by which applica-
tions must be made for places in educational institutions in the
United Kingdom, it is necessary for the Board to complete its
provisional selection of candidates for these scholarships by De-
cember, 1960, in advance of Government's approval of the scheme.
Applications are therefore invited for the scholarships listed
below. All applications, supported by the necessary certificates
and testimonials, should be addressed to the Director of Educa-
tion, P. O. Box 213, Nassau, to arrive not later than 31st Decem-
ber, 1960.
Students who do not possess the required qualifications but
who have recently written the Cambridge Oversea School Cer-
tificate or Higher School Certificate Examination, or who intend
to write the General Certificate of Education Examination in
January or June, 1961 in appropriate subjects, may apply in an-
ticipation of their examination results, provided this is stated in
their letters of application and it is clearly understood that failure
to reach the anticipated standard in the examination, automatical-
ly disqualifies the applicant.
All candidates must note that any selection made at this
stage is provisional only, and that the final award of any scholar-
ship depends on Government's approval of the scheme.
(a) Two scholarships for B.A. (General), including English.
(b) Two scholarships for B.Sc. (General), including Mathe-
matics and or Science.
Qualifications required:- University and Faculty en-
trance requirements (2 passes at Advanced Level and 3
at Ordinary Level of G.C.E. in appropriate subjects).
(c) Courses for Teachers of Commercial Subjects.
Qualifications required:- 5 passes at Ordinary Level
G.C.E. or equivalent; qualifications in Commercial Sub-
jects.
(d) 3 Courses for Diploma in Physical Education.
Qualifications required:- 5 passes at Ordinary Level
G.C.E. or equivalent; interest in and proficiency at games
and sports.
(e) 1 Course for Diploma in Domestic Science.
Qualifications required:- 5 passes at Ordinary Level
G.C.E. or equivalent.
(f) 1 Course for Diploma in Handicraft.
Qualifications required:- 5 passes at Ordinary Level
G.C.E. or equivalent.

Notes:-
(i) Scholarships in groups (a) to (d) are open to both men
and women. Women only may apply for (e), and men
only for (f).
(ii) Training or experience as a teacher will be regarded as
an additional qualification, but will not replace the
qualifications required above.
Director of Education
T. P. LIGHTBODY,














OFFICIAL GAZETTE 905

ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTS EXAMINATIONS
Candidates intending to write the Royal Society of Arts
Easter Series of Examinations in March 1961, are reminded that
all entries must reach the Education Offices on or before the 17th
of December 1960. Entries received after that date cannot be
accepted. Application forms may be obtained from the Educa-
tion Offices, East Bay Street.
There is a Local Fee of 10/6 payable by each candidate.
For each subject at Stage I (Elementary), there is a fee of 7/-;
at Stage II (Intermediate) 9/- for each subject (15/- for each for-
eign language); at Stage III (Advanced), 11/- per subject (17/-
for each foreign language).
T. P. LIGHTBODY,
Director of Education.


Police Headquarters,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas,
9th December 1960.
TENDERS FOR MAKING, REPAIRING, AND ALTERING
POLICE UNIFORMS
Tenders are invited for making, repairing and altering Police
Uniforms for the year commencing 1st January, 1961.
Patterns of Uniforms can be seen at Police Headquarters.
Persons tendering will be required to submit the names of
two responsible sureties willing to be bound for the due fulfil-
ment of the Contract. The sureties must sign the tender.
Sealed envelopes addressed to the Commissioner of Police
and marked "TENDER FOR UNIFORM" must be delivered at
Police Headquarters, not later than 12 o'clock noon on Saturday
24th December 1960.
The right is reserved to reject any or the whole of the ten-
ders.
Forms for tender can be obtained at Police Headquarters.
The Contractor will be required to provide a ten shilling
stamp to be fixed to the agreement.
E. J. H. COLCHESTER-WEMYSS,
Commissioner of Police.



Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas,
9th December, 1960.

THE TRADE MARKS ACT
Trade Mark Nos. 1566 and 1567
Class 47
I hereby give notice that the registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of The British Petroleum Co., Ltd. of Britannic
House, Finsbury Circus, London E.C. 2., England, registered on
the 9th day of December, 1946, has been renewed as and from
the 9th day of December, 1960.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar General.














906 OFFI4 QAL GAZETTE

SRegistrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
9th December; 1960.
A Specification has this day. been filed in this Office under
The Patent Act by Messrs. McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes of the
Boyle Building, Bank Lane, Nassau, Bahamas, Attorney for The
Wellcome Foundation Limited of 183-193 Euston Road; London,
N.W.1, England, for an invention in respect of "Method for mak-
ing Benzo (a) Quinolizine Derivatives".
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar -General,


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
9th December, 1960.
A Specification has this day been filed in this Office under
the Patent Act by Messrs. McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes of the
Boyle Building, Bank Lane, Nassau, Bahamas, Attorney for The
Wellcome Foundation Limited of 183-193 Euston Road, London,
N.W.1, England, for an invention in respect of "Benzo (a) Quino-
lizine Derivatives and Method for making them".
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar General.





A tV


Oi- Pt; AZETTE 907


THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA
ESTABLISHED 1832 MORE THAN 600 OFFICES ACROSS CANADA AND ABROAD


CONDENSED STATEME
OCTOBER 31,1960


ASSETS


1960


1959


Cash, clearings and due from banks
Securities - - - -
S: Call loans - - - -
Total quick assets ,- -
Other loans and discounts.:- .- -
Acceptances & letters of credit -
SBank premises-- - --
Controlled companies - -
Other assets - - - -


*; :*.' ; Deposits - - -
Acceptances & letters of credit -
Other liabilities - - -
Total liabilities to the public
Capital paid up :- - -
Rest account - -
I.;, .; Undivided profits- - --


STATEMENT OF UNDIVIDED PROFITS
FISCAL YEAR ENDED'OCTOBER 31

Profits after reserves for depreciation
& contingencies. - -
Income taxes -
" .. ,: 'Net profit - -
-Dividends declared - - -
SUndivided profits - --
Undivided profits brought forward


STransferred to rest account -
Balance of undivided profits -


$ 294,164,221
464,395,087
221,945,075
$ 980,504,383
1,047,377,904
58,693,696
27,561,355
10,072,118
1,113,944
$2,125,323,400


$1,942,006,822
58,693,696
9,286,129
- $2,009,986,647
26,835,789
87,474,647
- 1,026,317
$2,125,323,400


$ 14,749,811
7,825,000
$ 6,924,811
5,500,810
$ 1,424,001
1,322,316
$ 2,746,317
1,720,000
$ 1,026,317


$ 260,975,131
373,792,340
106,328,450
$ 741,095,921
1,044,339,895
29,962,403
22,913,240
8,248,521
935,963
$1,847,495,943



$1,721;044,455
29,962,403
7,147,249
$1,758,154,107
21,579,880
66,439,640
1,322,316
$1,847,495,943


$ 12,247,713
6,345,000
$ 5,902,713
4,665,964
$ 1,236,749
885,567
$ 2,122,316
800,000
$ 1,322,316


F. WILLIAM NICKS, President *


J. DOUGLAs GBsoN, General Manager


TORONTO LONDON NEW YORK CHICAGO THE CARIBBEAN
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LIABILITIES


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908 OFFICIAL GAZETTE












THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE

HEAD OFFICE TORONTO



CONDENSED STATEMENT AS AT OCTOBER 31, 1960



ASSETS

Cash Resources (including items in transit)............................ ............$ 468,490,360
Government and Other Securities....................... ..... ..... ........ 990,605,565
Call Loans.............................................................. .................... 178,403,227
Total Q uick Assets.. ............ ...............................................$ 1,637,499,152
Loans and Discounts................... ........................... ...................... 1,233,820,813
Mortgages and Hypothecs insured under the N.H.A., 1954 .................. 189,121,584
Customers' Liability under Acceptances, Guarantees and
Letters of Credit, as per contra.................................. ................... 31,910,538
Bank Premises.................................... ........................................ 42,059,375
O their Assets ....................................... ......... .................................. 20,862,040
Total Assets ....... .................. ........... $ 3,155,273,502


LIABILITIES

Deposits ............................... ..........$ 2,916,469,467
Acceptances, Guarantees and Letters of Credit................................ 31,910,538
Other Liabilities............................. ........... ..... .............. 21,902,049
Shareholders' Equity
Capital Paid Up......................... ....................... $ 54,000,000
Rest Account ..... ........................... ................. 130,000,000
Undivided Profits .................. ..... ...... ...... 991,448 184,991,448
Total Liabilities ............... ... ............................................... $ 3,155,273,502


STATEMENT OF UNDIVIDED PROFITS
Year Ended October 31, 1960

Balance of profit for the year after provision for *income taxes and
after making transfers to inner reserves out of which full provision
has been made for diminution in value of investments and loans...... $ 12,599,784
Dividends.... ................................................................... ........... 10,529,972
Amount carried forward.... ...................... ........ .................... $ 2,069,812
Transferred from inner reserves after provision for incomee taxes eligible 6,000,000
Balance of undivided profits October 31, 1959......................................... 3,121,636
$ 11,191,448
Transferred to rest account............ .. ... ... .... ................... 10,200,000
Balance of undivided profits October 31, 1960........................................$ 991,448
*Total provision for income taxes $ 20,080,000


N. J. McKINNON J. P. R. WADSWORTH
CHAIRMAN AND PRESIDENT GN uRAa MAewSe

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SUPPLEMENT TO THE


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU December 10, 1960 50

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY OFFICE
No. 272.
The subjoined Rules made under The Prisons Act (Chapter
26) are published for general information.
M.P. 9754.
RULES
Made Under
The Prisons Act
(Chapter 26)
Under the authority of section 5 of the Prisons Act (Chapter
26) and subject to the provisions of the Act of the Imperial Par-
liament (1 & 2 Vie. Ch. 67) the following Rules are hereby made
./ by the Governor in Council.
Short Title
*. 7' 9 1. These Rules may be cited as the Prisons Amendment
5"/0 Rules 1960.










2. Rule 4 of the Prisons Rules 1952 is hereby amended by
deleting the word "three" appearing in the fifth line thereof and
by substituting therefore the word "five".
Made by the Governor in Council this 10th day of December,
1960.
A. G. KNOX JOHNSTON,
Clerk to the Executive Council.

No. 273.
The subjoined Order in Council made under The Children
and Young Persons Act, Chapter 66, is published for general in-
formation.
M.P. 13375/II.
ORDER IN COUNCIL
Made Under
THE CHILDREN AND YOUNG PERSONS ACT
(Chapter 66)
In exercise of the powers conferred upon the Governor in
Council by section 20 of the Children and Young Persons Act
(Chapter 66) the following Order is hereby made:
1. This Order may be cited as the Children and Young Per-
sons (Industrial School for Boys) Order 1960.
2. The Industrial School for Boys in New Providence is
hereby declared to be an industrial school for the purposes of the
Children and Young Persons Act (Chapter 66) and is appropriated
to the detention of boys only.
3. The Children and Young Persons (Industrial School)
Order, 1947 is hereby revoked.
Ordered in Council this 10th day of December, A.D., 1960.
A. G. KNOX JOHNSTON,
Clerk to the Executive Council.

No. 274.
The subjoined Rules made under The Children and Young
Persons Act, Chapter 66, are published for general information.
M.P. 13375/II.
RULES
Made Under
THE CHILDREN AND YOUNG PERSONS ACT
(Chapter 66)
In exercise of the powers conferred upon the Governor in
Council by section 66 of the Children and Young Persons Act
the following Rules are hereby made










Short Title
1. These Rules may be cited as the Children and Young
Persons (Industrial School) Amendment Rules, 196Q.
2. Rule 1 of the Children and Young Persons (Industrial
School) Rules 1947 is hereby revoked and the following is sub-
stituted therefore
Short Title
1. These Rules may be cited as the Children and Young
Persons (Industrial School for Boys) Rules, 1947."
3. Rule 2 of the Children and Young Persons (Industrial
School) Rules, 1947, is hereby amended as follows:-
(a) by deleting the definition of "Committee" and by sub-
stituting therefore the following definition; 'committee'
means the visiting committee of the school appointed
under section 23 of the Children and Young Persons
Act;".
(b) by deleting the definition of "school" and by sub-
stituting therefore the following definition; 'school' "
means (Industrial School for Boys in New Providence;)".
4. Rule 3 of the Children and Young Persons (Industrial
School) Rules, 1947 is hereby revoked.
5. The Third Schedule to the Children and Young Persons
(Industrial School) Rules 1947 is hereby amended by deleting the
words "the industrial school" wherever such words appear there-
in and by substituting therefore the words "the Industrial School
for Boys".
Made by the Governor in Council this 10th day of December,
1960.
A. G. KNOX JOHNSTON,
Clerk to the Executive Council.

No. 275.
The subjoined Order in Council made under The Public
Holidays Act, Chapter 270, is published for general information.
M.P. 10842/II.
ORDER IN COUNCIL
Made Under
THE PUBLIC HOLIDAYS ACT
(Chapter 270)
WHEREAS by section 4(2) of the Public Holidays Act it is
provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council by
Order in Council to appoint a special day or part of a day to be
kept as a close holiday in all offices or places mentioned in the
said section










NOW THEREFORE under and by virtue of the powers con-
ferred upon him by the said Act the Governor in Council hereby
makes the following Order:-
1. This Order may be cited as the Public Holidays Order
1960.
2. Tuesday the 27th day of December, 1960 shall be kept
as a close holiday in all public offices and banks and in all shops
as defined by the said Act: Provided that any shop may open on
that date between the .hours of one o'clock and five o'clock in
the afternoon.
Ordered in Council this 10th day of December, 1960.
A. G. KNOX JOHNSTON,
Clerk to the Executive Council.




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