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Publication Date: September 1, 1962
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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU September 1, 1962 35


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
The following Government Notices are published as a supple-
ment to this Gazette:-
No. 191 The Road Traffic Speed Limit (Grand Bahama)
Regulations 1962. M.P. 15665 0.

No. 192 The Customs Officers (Overtime Remuneration) Order,
1962. M.P. 6377/1I.

K. M.WALMSLEY,
Acting Governor.
BAHAMA ISLANDS
By His Excellency Kenneth Maurice
Walmsley, Esquire, Companion
of The Most Distinguished Order
of Saint Michael and Saint
George, Officer of the Most Ex-
cellent Order of the British Em-
pire, Acting Governor and Com-
mander-in-Chief in and over the
said Islands and Vice Admiral of
the same.
PROCLAMATION
WHEREAS the General Assembly of these Islands stands
prorogued to Monday, the 1st day of October, 1962 and whereas
it is expedient that the date to which the said General Assembly
stands prorogued should be advanced to Tuesday the 25th day of
September, 1962.
I do, therefore, issue this my Proclamation giving notice of
my intention that the General Assembly of these Islands shall
meet and be holden for the despatch of business on the 25th



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day of September, 1962, and the same shallbe a full and sufficient
notice to all persons whatever of such my intention and the Gen-
eral Assembly of these Islands shall thereby stand prorogued to
Tuesday the 25th day of September, 1962, notwithstanding the
previous prorogation to Monday the 1st day of October 1962.
GIVEN under my hand and the Pub-
lic Seal of the said Islands at
Government House, in the City
of Nassau, in the Island of New
Providence, this 27th day of
August, A.D., 1962 and in the
eleventh year of Her Majesty's
reign.
By His Excellency's Command
W. H. SWEETING,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN

No. 193.
His Excellency the Acting Governor has approved the
following appointments:-
Dr. L. C. Huggins, O.B.E., Surgical Specialist, to be Acting Chief
Medical Officer for the period 8th August to the 18th
August, 1962. M.P. P.225.
Dr. Phyllis M. May, Medical Officer, to be Acting Paediatrician
with effect from the 7th August, 1962. M.P. P.1481.

No. 194.
The following staff movements are notified for general in-
formation:-
LEAVE
Dr. E. H. Murcott, Chief Medical Officer, one week and four
days vacation leave for the period 8th August to the 18th
August, 1962. M.P. P.1049.
Dr. Maude Stevenson, Paediatrician, four weeks and six days
vacation leave with effect from the 6th August, 1962. -
M.P. P.1548.

No. 195.
His Excellency the Acting Governor has directed that Act
No. 15 of 1962 The Education Act 1962 shall come into
operation as on and from the 1st day of September, 1962.
M.P. 16440.
The foregoing notices numbered 191 to 195 are published by
command.
W. H. SWEETING,
Acting Colonial Secretary.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,

SPECIFICATION No. 207
I hereby certify that the exclusive privileges enjoyed by
DUNHILL INTERNATIONAL, INC., (Assignees) a corporation
















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of the state of Delaware, U.S.A. in respect to the invention
described in the specification above referred to, have this day
been renewed for a period of seven years.
Dated this Eleventh day of August A.D., 1962.

N. C. ROBERTS,
Registrar General.



Road Traffic Department,
P. O. Box 1615,
Nassau, Bahamas,

ROAD TRAFFIC AUTHORITY
The application listed below for transfer of a self-drive fran-
chise under the Road Traffic Act 1958 has been received by the
Authority.
Any person entitled to object to any application and wishing
to be heard as an objector shall lodge two copies in writing of
their objection, within fourteen days of the date of the publica-
tion of these notices, to the Road Traffic Authority.
Number of
From To Vehicles

Pinder-Roberts Rentals Sports Car Rentals 13 Cars
Ltd.

F. R. ASHMOLE,
Controller of Traffic.



Maritime Board for the Bahamas,
28th August, 1962.

NOTICE TO MARINERS
A temporary beacon has been erected on the Lighthouse at
Fresh Creek, Andros.
Characteristics Fixed White Light approximately 35
feet above sea level.
(Sgd.) L. H. FLOWERS,
Actg. Port Director.



Maritime Board for the Bahamas,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas,
27th August, 1962.

NOTICE TO MARINERS
The Light on Booby Rock, eastern side of Clarence Harbour,
Long Island, has been changed. It is now flashing once every
two (2) seconds.
(Sgd.) L. H. FLOWERS,
Actg. Port Director.


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482 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

H.M. Customs,
Nassau, Bahamas,
30th August 1962.

IMPORTATION FOR SOME TEMPORARY PURPOSE UNDER
PARAGRAPH 5 OF THE FOURTH SCHEDULE
TO THE TARIFF ACT
To avoid inconvenience and the possibility of paying full
duty on equipment and other articles imported for some tem-
porary purpose under paragraph 5 of the Fourth Schedule to
the Tariff Act, the following requirements, which will be rigidly
enforced are published for your information:-
(a) Application should be made to the Governor in Council
through this Department stating full particulars, the
purpose for which imported and a complete list of
equipment with values.
(b) A written assurance with sufficient corroborating details
that the possibility of local hiring had been unsuccessful.
(c) Applicant must await the decision of the Governor in
Council before importing equipment or articles.
(d) If approval be given applicant must enter into a Bond
as required by the paragraph quoted.
2. Should equipment and articles be imported contrary to
the above requirements, the consignee will be liable for the full
amount of duty based on the C.I.F. Valuation.
3. Eleven copies are required describing the article or
equipment when applying for the importation of goods for
temporary purposes.
E. H. McKINNEY,
Comptroller of Customs.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 221/1962.
WHEREAS Hattie Bodie of the Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence has made application to the Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Admin-
istration of the real and personal estates of Isaac Davis, late of
the Eastern District of the 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,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
1st September, 1962.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 219/1962.
WHEREAS Louise Clinton of the Eastern District 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 Euterpie
Fox, late of the Eastern District of the Island of New Providence,
deceased.















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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,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
1st September, 1962.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 224/1962.
WHEREAS Alvin Simon Moss of the Eastern District 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 with the will annexed of the real and personal
estates of NMartin Luther Rolle, late of the Southern District of
the 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,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
1st September, 1962.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 183/1962.
WHEREAS Dexter Lawrence Cunningham of the Western
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
James A. Cunningham, late of the Settlement of Salina Point in
the Island of Acklins, 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.
N, C. ROBERTS,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
1st September, 1962.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 185/1962.
WHEREAS Dexter Lawrence Cunningham of the Western
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
Victoria Rosetta Hanna formerly Victoria Rosetta Cunningham
formerly of the Settlement of Salina Point in the Island of
Acklins but late of the Island of Long Cay, widow, deceased.








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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,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
1st September. 1962.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 186/1962.
WHEREAS Walton Thurston of the Eastern 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 Victoria
Morris, late of the Eastern District in the Island of New Provi-
dence, 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,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
1st September, 1962.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 238/1962.
WHEREAS Edwin Horatic White of Kemp Road in the Is-
land of New Providence has made application to the Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Ad-
ministration with the will annexed de bonis non of the real and
personal estates of Thomas James White, late of Kemp Road
in the Eastern District of the 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,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
1st September, 1962.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 194/1962.
WHEREAS The Chase Manhattan Trust Corporation Limited
by Howard Alfred Lawrence a Director, has made application to
the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands
for letters of Administration with the will annexed of the real
and personal estates of Leontine Alice Remy (formerly) Lebourg,
late of N.15 Rue Beranger, Le Havre, France, 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,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
1st September, 1962.















SUPPLEMENT TO THE


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU September 1, 1962 33

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
No. 191.
The subjoined Regulations made under The Road Traffic
Act 1958 are published for general information.
M.P. 15665 O.
REGULATIONS
Made Under
THE ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1958
In exercise of the powers conferred upon them by the Road
Traffic Act 1958 the Road Traffic Authority with the approval of
the Governor in Council hereby make the following Regulations:
1. These Regulations may be cited as the Road Traffic Speed
Limit (Grand Bahama) Regulations 1962.
2. 1(1) Save as hereinafter specified the seed limit for
motor vehicles throughout the Island of Grand Bahama shall be
X FORTY-FIVE MILES PER HOUR for motor vehicles other

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than omnibuses having a seating capacity for more than twenty
passengers or motor trucks for which the speed limit shall be
THIRTY MILES PER HOUR.
(2) The speed limit for all motor vehicles shall be
TWENTY MILES PER HOUR within the limits of settlements
in the aforesaid Island or along such lengths or parts of any road
where it is so indicated by traffic signs.
3. The provisions of regulation 2 of these Regulations shall
not apply to any vehicle on an occasion when it is being used
for fire brigade, ambulance or police purposes if the observance
of these provisions would be likely to hinder the use of such
vehicle for the purpose to which it is being used on that occasion.
Made by the Road Traffic Authority this 25th day of August,
A.D., 1962.
D. E. d'ALBENAS,
Chairman.
Approved by the Governor in Council this 1st day of Sep-
tember, A.D., 1962.
W. H. SWEETING,
Clerk to the Executive Council.

No. 192.
The subjoined Order in Council made under Section 9 of The
Cnstoms Department Act, Chapter 27, is published for general
information.
M.P. 6377/II.
ORDER IN COUNCIL
Made Under
Section 9 of
THE CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT ACT
(Chapter 27)
In exercise of the powers conferred union the Governor in
Council by Section 9 of the Customs Department Act, the follow-
ing Order is hereby made:
1. This Order may be cited as the Customs Officers (Over-
time Remuneration) Order. 1962.
2. The rates at which Officers of the Customs Department
whose services may be required beyond the hours of general at-
tendance shall be remunerated by the party requiring those ser-
vices and shall be those set out in the schedule hereto.
3. The fees payable under this Order may be claimed by
the Officer who performs the duty and by no one else.
4. The Customs Officers (Overtime Remuneration) Order
1960 as amended from time to time is hereby revoked.







SCHEDULE
PART I
BOARDING, ENTERING AND CLEARING
SHIPS OTHER THAN AIRCRAFT
1. To the Duty Comptroller, Assistant Comptroller or any
other Officer delegated by the Comptroller:
For entering and clearing a ship (or for any service if per-
formed singly the other not being required) 1. 10. 0: Provided
that should the service exceed one hour, an additional 12/- might
be charged for every hour or part of an hour in excess of the
first hour so occupied and provided also that when more than
one ship belonging to the same owner is entered or cleared with-
in the same hour, one fee only shall be payable without regard
to the number of ships of that owner so entered or cleared (i.e.
1. 10. 0. for the first hour and 12/- for every additional hour
or part thereof if the service should extend beyond the hour).
Sunday and Public Holidays
(Except Christmas Day, Good Friday and Easter Day)
2. The Deputy Comptroller, Assistant Comptroller or any
other Officer delegated by the Comptroller:
For entering and clearing a ship (or for either service if per-
formed singly the other not being required) 2. 0. 0: Provided
that should the service exceed one hour, an additional 12/- might
he charged for every hour or part of an hour in excess of the first
hour and provided also that when one or more ships belonging
to the same owner is or are entered or cleared within the same
hour one fee only shall be payable without regard to the number
of ships of that owner entered or cleared.
PART II
ENTERING AND CLEARING AIRCRAFT
Ordinary Weekdays
3. The Deputy Comptroller, Assistant Comptroller or any
other Officer delegated by the Comptroller:
For entering and clearing aircraft (or for either service if
performed singly the other not being required) 1. 0. 0.: Pro-
vided that should the service exceed one hour an additional 6/-
might be charged for every hour or nart of an hour in excess of
the first hour so occupied and provided also that when more than
one aircraft belonging to the same owner or owners is entered
or cleared within the same hour one fee only shall be payable
without regard to the number of aircraft of that owner so enter-
ed or cleared i.e. 1. 0. 0. for the first hour and 6/- per hour
for every subsequent hour of service or part thereof up to mid-
night. After midnight 1. 0. 0. may be charged for the first hour
of service or part thereof and thereafter 6/- per hour or part
thereof for planes of the same owner entered or cleared.







Sunday and Public Holidays
(Except Christmas Day, Good Friday and Easter Day)
4. To the Deputy Comptroller, Assistant Comptroller or any
Officer delegated by the Comptroller:
For entering and clearing aircraft (or for either service if
performed singly the other not being required) 1. 10. 0: Pro-
vided that should the service exceed one hour additional 6/-
might be charged for every hour or part of an hour in excess of
the first hour and provided also that when more than one air-
craft belonging to the same owner is entered or cleared within
the same hour one fee only shall be payable without regard to
the number of aircraft of that owner entered or cleared i.e.
1. 10. 0. for the first hour and 6/- per hour for every subse-
quent hour or part thereof, up to midnight. After midnight
1. 10. 0. may be charged for the first hour of service or part
thereof and thereafter 6/- per hour or part thereof.
PART III
SERVICES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIALLY
PROVIDED FOR IN PARTS I AND II
OF THIS SCHEDULE
All Days Except Christmas Day, Good Friday
and Easter Day
5. (a) Deputy Comptroller or Assistant Comp-
trollers per hour or part thereof ...... 1 00
(b) Customs Officers for every hour or part
thereof ............................ 12 0
Provided that the minimum fee pay-
able on ordinary weekdays between
midnight and 6 a.m. shall be 16/-.
On Sunday and Public Holidays the
minimum fee shall, in respect of any
period be .......................... 1 4 0
(c) Out Island Commissioners per hour or
any part thereof .................... 1 0 0
(d) Customs Guards, New Providence, per
hour or any part thereof ............ 8 0
(e) Customs Guards, Out Islands, per hour
or any part thereof ................. 5 0
PART IV
SERVICES ON CHRISTMAS DAY, GOOD FRIDAY
AND EASTER DAY
6. The fees payable for overtime on Christmas, Good Friday
and Easter Day shall be double the appropriate fee payable on
ordinary weekdays in connection with any service provided for
in Parts I, 11 and III on this schedule.


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PART V
MISCELLANEOUS
Maximum Fees
7. The fees payable during any one calendar month to any
Officer in respect of any service provided for in the Schedule are
subject to a maximum calculated on the average rate of 60/-
per day on ordinary weekdays and 80/- per day on Sundays and
Public Holidays, except on Christmas Day, Good Friday and
Easter Day.
Calculation of Fees in Cases of Delay,
8. In cases where Officers have been required to do over-
time work and are in attendance at the required place and it
has not been found necessary to start the work at the time stated
they shall be entitled to receive fees at the rate applicable to
the time during which they are actually in attendance.
Duplication of Duties
9. A Customs Officer performing the duties of an Immigra-
tion Officer in addition to those of his substantive appointment
shall not be entitled to claim in respect of such additional duties
any additional overtime under this Order.
Ordered in Council this 1st day of September, 1962.
W. H. SWEETING,
Clerk to the Executive Council.







FEES NOW CHARGED IN RESPECT OF VESSELS
Boarding on Weekdays
Time in excess of one hour
Boarding on Sundays and Holidays
Time in excess of one hour
Boarding on Christmas Day, Good Friday
and Easter Day
Time in Excess of one hour
AIRCRAFT
Boarding Weekdays
Time in excess of one hour
Boarding on Sundays Holidays
Time in Excess of one hour
Boarding on Christmas Day, Good Friday
and Easter Day
OFFICERS
Per hour or part thereof
Midnight to 6 a.m.
GUARDS
Per hour or part thereof


30/-
12/-
40/-
12/-

60/-
24/-


20/-
6/-
30/-
6/-


40/-


8/-
12/-


PROPOSED FEES
30/-
12/-
40/-
12/-

60/-
24/-


20/-
6/-
30/-
6/-


40/-


12/-
16/-


4/- 8/-




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