Government Gazette | 政府憲報 | 1916

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7,

1916.

PROCLAMATIONS.

  No. 1. The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information :----

By the KING.

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A PROCLAMATION

RELATING TO TRADING WITH PERSONS OF ENEMY NATIONALITY RESIDENT OR CARRYING ON BUSINESS IN LIBERIA OR PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA.

GEORGE R.I.

WHEREAS it is expedient that transactions between British subjects and persons of

enemy nationality resident or carrying on business in Liberia or Portuguese East Africa should be restricted in manner provided by this Proclamation :

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  NOW, THEREFORE, We have thought fit, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council, to issue this Our Royal Proclamation declaring, and it is hereby declared, as follows:--

 

1. The Proclamations for the time being in force relating to Trading with the Enemy shall, as from the Tenth day of December, one thousand nine hundred and fifteen, apply to any person or body of persons of enemy nationality resident or carrying on business in Liberia or Portuguese East Africa in the same manner as they apply to persons or bodies. of persons resident or carrying on business in an enemy country.

Provided that where an enemy has a branch locally situated in Liberia or Portuguese East Africa nothing in Article 6 of the Trading with the Enemy Proclamation No. 2 shall be construed so as to prevent transactions by or with that branch being treated as trans- actions by or with an enemy.

2. Nothing in this Proclamation shall be taken to prohibit anything which may be specially permitted by Our licence or by a licence given on Our behalf by a Secretary of State or the Board of Trade or the Lords Commissioners of Our Treasury.

3. This Proclamation shall be called the Trading with the Enemy (Liberia and Portuguese East Africa) Proclamation, 1915.

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Tenth day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifteen, and in the sixth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

No. 1.

[L.S.]

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same:

Whereas by the second section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as amended by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned to be exported

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from the Colony of Hongkong arms ammunition and gunpowder military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor may judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of military or naval stores provisions or any sort of victual which may be used as food by man or any or either of such arms ammunition gunpowder stores goods or articles respectively:

And whereas by the third section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as enacted by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1911 it is provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned the exportation of all or any of the following articles namely arms ammunition military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor shall judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores to any country or place therein named whenever the Governor by and with the advice aforesaid shall judge such prohibition to be expedient in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-opera- tion with His Majesty's forces:

And whereas by the fourth section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as renumbered by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may whilst any such proclamation is in force permit to be exported or to be water-borne to be so exported any particular articles or class of articles the export of which is prohibited by such proclamation to such persons and on such terms and sub- ject to such conditions and regulations if any as to the Governor may seem fit and may at any time revoke or vary the terms of any such permission:

And whereas by sub-clause (9) of clause III of the order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria-in-Council made on the 26th day of October 1896 as amended by the order of His Majesty-in-Council made on the 28th day of August 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may prohibit the export from the Colony of any article:

And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of September 1915 the exporta- tion of certain articles therein referred to from the Colony was prohibited to certain or all destinations:

And whereas by proclamations dated respectively the 1st and 29th days of October the 19th day of November and the 10th 24th and 31st days of December 1915 the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 was amended as therein stated:

And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of December 1915 the said pro- clamation of the 10th day of December 1915 was amended as therein stated:

And whereas it is expedient that the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid should be further amended:

And whereas the articles other than arms ammunition or military or naval stores hereinafter enumerated are articles which I with the advice aforesaid judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores:

And whereas in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-operation with His Majesty's forces I with the advice aforesaid have deemed it expedient to prohibit the exportation of the articles hereinafter enumerated:

Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same by and with the advice of the Executive Council of this Colony and in virtue and exercise of the

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aforesaid powers do by this Proclamation declare and it is hereby declared that the above- mentioned proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid be and the same is hereby further amended as follows:-

1.

That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all destinations other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protecto-

rates:-

Cinchona bark, quinine and its salts;

Metal cylinders such as are used for containing compressed oxygen

or hydrogen.

(2.) That the heading "Oil, blast furnace (except creosote and creosote oil)," in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all destina- tions other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Pro- tectorates be deleted, and there be inserted in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal, the heading "Creosote and creosote oils (including blast furnace oil) except wood tar oil (the exportation of which is already prohibited to all destinations other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protectorates)."

(3.) That the heading "Woollen and worsted cloth suitable for uniform cloth- ing, not including women's dress stuffs or cloth with pattern," in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all destinations other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protecto- rates be deleted, and there be inserted in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal, the heading "Cloth of all kinds manufactured of wool or hair (except khaki woollen cloth, the exporta- tion of which is already prohibited to all destinations other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protectorates)."

(4.) That the sub-heading "Herrings, cured or salted, in barrels or cases, including dry salted herrings and herrings in brine," in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal, be deleted, and there be substituted therefor the sub-heading "Fish of all kinds, whether cured, salted or fresh.'

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(5.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal:--

Arrowroot.

  Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 7th day of January 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

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No. 2.

  Order made by the Governor-in-Council under Sections 3 and 4 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 32 of 1915), on the 6th day of January, 1916.

Rules.

IMPORTATION.

  1. No person shall import or attempt to import any article without having No person previously obtained either an import permit authorising him to import the said to import article or an import licence exempting him from the operation of this Rule.

without either a permit or a licence. Third Schedule: Form No. 2. Form No. 3.

of import

permit and

  2. Any import permit issued under the provisions of Rule 1 may be issued Conditions subject to any conditions, and if any person import or attempt to import any article in breach of any such condition he shall be deemed to have imported or effect of as the case may be to have attempted to import the said article without a per- breach. mit and without a licence.

of import

  3. Any import licence issued under the provisions of Rule 1 may be issued Conditions subject to any conditions, and if any person import or attempt to import any licence and article in breach of any such condition he shall be deemed to have imported or effect of as the case may be to have attempted to import the said article without a permit and without a licence unless he shall have obtained a permit for the importation of the said article and shall have duly complied with all the conditions thereof.

breach.

  4. An import licence shall not avail to protect any person not named or Limitations referred to in such licence and shall avail to protect any person named or on the pro- referred to in such licence only so far as may be therein specified.

tection afforded by an import licence.

means of

  5. Rules 1 to 4, both inclusive, shall not apply to any article imported by Articles means of the post but the Postmaster General may in his absolute discretion imported by refuse to deliver any such article to the addressee until such addressee pro- the post. duces a permit to import the said article.

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6. No person shall import or attempt to import any unset diamonds.

EXPORTATION.

Unset diamonds.

  7. No person shall export or attempt to export any article without having No person previously obtained either an export permit authorising him to export the said to export article or an export licence.

without

either a permit or a licence.

Third Schedule: Form No. 5. Form No. 6.

of export

  8. Any export permit issued under the provisions of Rule 7 may be issued Conditions subject to any conditions, and if any person export or attempt to export any permit and article in breach of any such condition he shall be deemed to have exported or effect of as the case may be to have attempted to export the said article without a per- mit and without a licence.

breach.

of export

breach.

  9. Any export licence issued under the provisions of Rule 7 may be issued Conditions subject to any conditions, and if any person export or attempt to export any licence and article in breach of any such condition he shall be deemed to have exported or effect of as the case may be to have attempted to export the said article without a permit and without a licence unless he shall have obtained a permit for the exportation of.the said article and shall have duly complied with all the conditions thereof.

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 Exportation to China.

 Exportation to Siam.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

10.(1.) No person shall export or attempt to export any article to China unless such article is consigned to some person whose name appears on the list in the First Schedule hereto.

(2.) Every person who applies for an export permit to export any article to China to a person whose name does not appear in the list in the First Schedule hereto shall endorse such application in large and legible letters "NOT ON LIST" and shall clearly draw the attention of the Superintendent of Imports and Exports to the fact that the name of the proposed consignee is not on the said list.

(3.) It shall be lawful for the Colonial Secretary by notification in the Gazette to add any name to the list in the First Schedule and to remove any name therefrom and to amend the said list in any other way whatsoever, and the list as so amended from time to time shall for all purposes be deemed to be the list in the First Schedule hereto.

(4.) This Rule shall not apply to exportation to Canton, the West River, or places on the coast of Kwong Tung within 50 miles from the Colony of Hongkong.

(5.) Nothing contained in this Rule shall be construed as limiting the operation of any other Rule in this Order.

11.--(1.) No person shall export or attempt to export any article to Siam unless such article is consigned to some person whose name appears on the list in the Second Schedule/hereto.

(2.) Every person who applies for an export permit to export any article to Siam to a person whose name does not appear in the list in the Second Schedule hereto shall endorse such application in large and legible letters "NOT ON LIST" and shall clearly draw the attention of the Superintendent of Imports and Exports to the fact that the name of the proposed consignee is not on the said list.

(3.) It shall be lawful for the Colonial Secretary by notification in the Gazette to add any name to the list in the Second Sechedule and to remove any name therefrom and to amend the said list in any other way whatsoever, and the list as so amended from time to time shall for all purposes be deemed to be the list in the Second Schedule hereto.

(4.) Nothing contained in this Rule shall be construed as limiting the operation of any other Rule in this Order.

Exportation 12. No person shall export or attempt to export any article to the Nether- to the Netherlands. lands unless such article is consigned to the Netherlands Oversea Trust.

Particulars

to be

inserted in shipping documents

in certain

cases.

13. Where a permit to export any article authorises the exportation thereof to a particular person or place or to a particular person at a particular place named in the permit, the name of the person or place, or both, as the case may be, shall be inserted in all invoices, bills of lading, manifests and other documents relating to the article, and if this requirement be not complied with as respects any document the person by whom or on whose behalf the docu- ment is made out shall be deemed to have exported the article without a permit.

GENERAL.

Permits and

14. The person entrusted with the duty of issuing all permits and licences licences to shall be the Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

be issued

by the

Superinten- dent of

Imports and Exports.

Form of

for import

15. Every application for an import permit shall be made in the form in Application the Third Schedule hereto and shall contain all the particulars therein specified, provided that the Superintendent of Imports and Exports may dispense with any of the said particulars and may require any additional particulars to be Form No. 1. furnished.

permit. Third Schedule:

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  16. An import permit may be in the form in the Third Schedule hereto Form of im- with such alterations or additions as may be necessary.

port permit. Third Schedule: Form No. 2.

17. An import licence may be in the form in the Third Schedule hereto Form of im- with such alterations or additions as may be necessary.

port licence. Third Schedule: Form No. 3.

  18. Every application for an export permit shall be made in the form in the Form of Third Schedule hereto and shall contain all the particulars therein specified, application provided that the Superintendent of Imports and Exports may dispense with port permit. any of the said particulars and may require any additional particulars to be Third furnished.

Schedule: Form No. 4.

  19. An expert permit may be in the form in the Third Schedule hereto Form of ex- with such alterations or additions as may be necessary.

port permit. Third Schedule: Form No. 5.

20. An export licence may be in the form in the Third Schedule hereto Form of ex- with such alterations or additions as may be necessary.

port licence. Third Schedule: Form No. 6.

by firm, etc.

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21. Where any application for a permit is made, or any statement is Application furnished, in the name of a body corporate or firm or any other association of or statement persons or organisation such application shall be signed in addition by an individual member or officer or servant of such body corporate or firm or association, and, without prejudice to the liability of such body corporate or firm or association or organisation, the individual so signing in addition shall also be deemed to have made the statements and to have used the descriptions contained in the said application or statement.

  22. No person shall, for the purpose of obtaining any permit or licence, No false or give any

false or misleading or inaccurate information or describe incorrectly misleading any article which he proposes to import or export.

or inaccurate information to be given.

  23. Every permit and every licence obtained wholly or partly by means of Permit or any fraud or misrepresentation or inaccurate information shall be void.

licence obtained by fraud, mis-

represen- tation or inaccurate

information to be void.

Permits may

be expressed

24. Any permit issued under these rules may be expressed to be valid also as a permit under the Order of His Majesty-in-Council made on the 26th day of to be valid October, 1896, and under the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinances, 1862- also under 1915, the Certificates of Origin Ordinance, 1915, and the Declarations of Ulti- certain other mate Destination Ordinance, 1915, or under any of the said enactments, and thereupon such permit shall be deemed to be so valid accordingly.

Ordinances.

25. Every permit and every licence may be revoked at any time by the Permits and Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

licences to be liable to revocation.

Third

  26. The owners charterers and agents of every ship which arrives in the Import waters of the Colony shall within 24 hours after such arrival furnish to the statements. Superintendent of Imports and Exports in the form in the Third Schedule Schedule: hereto a true accurate and complete statement of all articles imported by such Form No. 7. ship, provided that if the said statement cannot with all due diligence be furnished within the above mentioned time owing to the office of the Superin- tendent of Imports and Exports being closed it shall be furnished forthwith upon the next opening of the said office.

Third

  27. The owners charterers and agents of every ship which leaves the waters Export of the Colony shall within 48 hours after such ship leaves the waters of the statements. Colony furnish to the Superintendent of Imports and Exports in the form in Schedule: the Third Schedule hereto a true accurate and complete statement of all articles Form No. 8. exported by such ship.

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Power of

exemption.

Suspending clause.

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28. It shall be lawful for the Superintendent of Imports and Exports to grant exemption from any of the provisions of any of these Rules in any parti- cular case.

1916.

29. These Rules shall come into operation on the 10th day of January,

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

6th January, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

First Schedule.

[Rule 10.]

LIST OF PERSONS TO WHOM ARTICLES TO BE EXPORTED

TO CHINA MAY BE CONSIGNED.

(Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915.)

His Majesty's Diplomatic, Consular, Military, and Naval Officers.

British Missionary Bodies, and Missionary Bodies of Neutral and Allied Countries.

Aaron, F.

Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co., Shanghai.

Abe & Co., Mukden.

Abe Yoko.

Abraham, D. E. J.

Adair, N.

Adair. T.

Ah Chi,

Ah Ho & Co., Amoy.

Ah Kow (Ah Kau) & Sons, P., Amoy.

Ah Sing.

Algar & Co., Limited.

Allen, Edgar & Co., Limited.

Allen & Hanburys, Limited.

Alma Estates, Limited.

American Chinese Drug Co.

American Chinese Drug Store.

American Machinery and Export Company (E. K. Lowry).

American Presbyterian Mission Press.

American Trading Company.

Amhurst Rubber Estates, Limited.

Amidani, L.

Amoy Tinning Company.

Anderson & Co., A. L.

Anderson & Co., Robert.

Anderson, J. O.

Anderson, Meyer & Co.

Andrew & Co., Limited, J. H.

Ang Hoon Cho, Dr., Swatow.

Anglo-Chinese Dispensary, Shanghai, Hankow, Peking.

Anglo-Chinese Eastern Trading Company.

Anglo-Chinese Indenting Company.

Anglo-Dutch Plantation, Limited."

Anglo-German Brewery, Shanghai.

Anglo-Java Estates.

Aquarius Company.

Arcade Amusement Company.

Ardath Tobacco.

Arnaud Coste & Dent.

Arnhold, H. E.

Arthur & Co., Limited.

Arts & Crafts, Limited.

Ashton & Co., Limited (Enticknap, P.) Asiatic Petroleum Company.

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Astor House Hotel Company.

Astor House Hotel, Tientsin.

Atkinson & Dallas, Limited.

Au Petit Louvre (Maison Parisienne).

Audinet, Lacroix & Co.

Audinet, Lacroix, Pasquier, et Cie.

Australian Dairy Farm.

Australian Produce Company.

Ayer Tawah Company, Limited, Shanghai. Azaidian, Jacques.

Babcock & Wilcox, Limited.

Bailey, H. G. C.

Bakels & Co.,

Baldwin, C. C.

Banham, F. C.

Banker & Co.

Banque Belge pour l'Étranger. Banque de l'Indo-Chine. Banque industrielle de Chine. Barkley Company.

Barlow & Co.

Barma, S. T.

Barrett, E. G.

Barry & Co., B. M., Chungking.

Barry, G. R.

Bathgate & Co.

Batu Anam Rubber Company.

Bau Lam Drug Store.

Beck, I.

Beck, M. G.

Bedoni, C.

Belgian Brick Factory, Tientsin.

Belgian Trading Company.

Bell, D. W.

Bell, H. F. L.

Ben Albert & Co.

Ben & Co., Swatow.

Benjamin & Potts.

Beque, Henri.

Bianchi, C.

Bielfield & Co., Alex.

Bissett & Co., J. P.

Black, J. F.

Black & Sons, F. A.

Blanche, Charles.

Bo Won, Canton.

Bona, F.

Bouchard.

Bourgery, C.

Bow On Drug Stores, Canton. Bowern & Co. (Bowern & Hay). Boyd & Co.

Boyer, Mazet, & Co.

Boyes, Basset, & Co.

Bracco & Co., C.

Bradford Dyers' Association.

Bradley & Co., Limited.

Brand Brothers & Co.

Brand & Co., H. S.

Brandt, A. C.

Brandt & Co.

Brandt & Rogers.

Brangwyn & Hobson, Drs.

Brent, A. D.

Brewer & Co., Limited.

Bridges, H.

British-American Tobacco Company.

British and Chinese Corporation.

British Cigarette Company, Limited.

British Dominions General Insurance Company.

British and Foreign Bible Society.

British Insulated and Helsby Company.

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British Manufacturers' Agency (Wong Chuen Yung).

Brockett & Co.

Brockett & Co., E.

Brook & Co., E. Brossay, René.

Browett, H.

Brunner, Mond, & Co., Limited.

Brush Electrical Engineering Company.

Bryant & Ryde.

Bulin & Co., Hankow.

Burin Yoko.

Burkhardt, L. R.

Burkill & Sons, A. R.

Burroughs, Wellcome, & Co.

Burtenshaw & Co.

Butler, A.

Butterfield & Swire.

Cabeldu & Co., A.

Caissial.

Caldbeck, MacGregor.

Calder, Marshall, & Co.

Calico Printers' Association.

Camera Craft Company.

Campbell & Co., Alex.

Canadian Commissioner.

Canadian Methodist Mission Press.

Canadian Pacific.

Canton Insurance Company.

Carisio, C.

Carr, Ramsay & Co., T.

Castellano.

Cathay Trust.

Catorie, Veuve et Fils, A.

Cattaneo & Co., P., Peking. Cattanneo.

Cawasjee Palanjee, Shanghai.

Cement Tile Works, Limited.

Central Agency, Limited.

Central China Dispensary.

Central China Import Company.

Central China Post.

Central China Printing Company, Hankow.

Central Garage, Limited.

Central Stores, Limited.

Central Trading Company.

Cercle sportif français.

Chai Shing & Co., Swatow.

Chandless & Co., Tientsin. Chang Dah Yuen.

Chang Seng Yip Kee Co., Storekeepers, Swatow.

Chang, T. S.

Chao Chow Fu Dispensary, Swatow.

Chapeaux.

Charrey.

Charrey et Conversy.

Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China.

Chauvin, Mme.

Cheap Jack.

Chefoo Hairnet Company.

Chefoo Hairnet Manufactory.

Chemor United Rubber Company, Limited.

Chempedak Rubber & Gambier Estate Company.

Cheng Rubber Estate.

Cheng Seng Dispensary, Swatow.

Chic Parisien.

Chin Ho Hsiang.

Chin Qua Photographer, Swatow.

Chin Tung Dispensary, Swatow.

China Agents Company.

China American Lumber Company.

China Commercial Steam Navigation Company.

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China Engineering Company.

China Fire Insurance Company.

China Flour Mill Company, Limited.

China Import & Export Lumber Company, Limited.

China Inland Mission.

China & Japan Trading Company.

China Land & Building Company, Limited.

China Land & Finance Company, Limited.

China Merchants Pongee Association.

China Merchants Steam Navigation Company. China Mutual Life Insurance Company, Limited. China Mutual Steam Navigation Company.

China National Life Assurance.

China Navigation Company.

China Press.

China Realty Company.

China Silk Agency Company, Limited.

China Strawbraid Export Company.

China Sugar Refining Company.

China Times, Limited.

China Traders Insurance Company.

China Trading Company.

Chinese American Company.

Chinese and Foreign Dispensary, Amoy.

Chinese Electric Light & Power Company.

Chinese Optical Company,

Chinese Railways (all).

Ching Chang Jen, Tientsin.

Ching Cheng Yung, Tientsin.

Ching Chong & Co., Shanghai.

Ching Chong Hung & Co., Chefoo.

Ching Chong, Y.

Ching Fong, Shanghai.

Ching Ho Hsiang, Peking.

Ching Kee, Amoy.

Ching Siu Tong, Foochow.

Ching Tai & Co., Mukden.

Chinson Chao (Peking Motor Company, Peking).

Christiakoff, J.

Chuan Chang.

Chuan Kee & Co., Amoy.

Chun Shing.

Chun Sing, Shanghai.

Chung Fah & Co., Chefoo.

Chung Hang Company, Dispensary, Canton.

Chung Hua Book Company, Shanghai.

Chung Mei Drug Co., Canton.

Chung On & Co., Canton.

Chung Tung Lithographic Works.

Chung Woo, Swatow.

Church Missionary Mission.

Clerici, A.

Codsi, A. E.

Coghlan, H. H.

Cohen, Andre.

Collins & Co.

Combfort, (Buy Co Probst Hanbury).

Commercial Press, Limited.

Commercial Union Assurance Ltd.

Compagnie d'Éclairage et de Tramways of Tientsin.

Compagnie française des Tramways de l'Éclairage électrique et

des Eaux de Shanghai.

*Compagnie des Messageries maritimes.

Comptoir commercial anversois.

Connell Brothers.

Consolidated Rubber Estates. Limited.

Cook & Anderson.

Cook & Sons, Thomas.

Cornabe, Eckford & Co.

Corsane, Anderson & Co., (Hankow Ice Works). Cosmopolitan Dock.

Cossanteli & Co.

* Compagnie générale de Chemin de Fer et de Tramways en Chine.

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Cox, W. Wakeford.

Cozzi, E., Hankow.

Crédit foncier d'Extrême-Orient.

Crofts & Co., George.

Cros, Paul.

Crossfield & Sons, Limited.

Crystal, Limited.

Culpeck, E. A.

Curtis Brothers.

Curtis Sons & Co.

Dah Daw & Co., Hankow.

Dah Lung & Co.

Dah Sung & Co.

Dah Sung Cotton Mill, Shanghai. Dai Nippon Brewery Company. Daisgin & Co., Shanghai.

Dallas Livery Stable Company. Danese, E., Hankow.

D'Are, G. L.

Dastoor & Co., F. R.

David & Co.

David & Co., S. J.

David, J. A.

Davies & Brooke.

Davis & Co., R. S.

Davis, R. S., Canton. Davis, W. A., Canton. Davis, W. Trenchard. Deacon & Co., Ltd. Deane, T. P.

Debenham & Co..

Dell'Oro & Co.

Denegri & Co., E.

Denegri, M.

Denham & Rose.

Denniston & Sullivan.

Dent & Co., A.

Dent & Co., Herbert.

Dieden & Co.

Dixon & Co., H. C.

Dodwell & Co., Limited.

Dollar Company, Robert.

Dombey & Son.

Dominion Express Company. Dong Fung Tai.

Donnelly & Whyte.

Dowdall, W. M.

Dowler, Forbes & Co.

Downs, Dr. N. L.

Drakeford & Co.

Drummond & Holborow.

Duncan & Co.

Dunlop Rubber Company.

Dunn & Co., Walter.

Duplessis.

Dutch Colonial Trading Company.

Dutton & Co., W.

Dyce & Co.

Dzing Nye Hsing, Hankow.

Eagle & Globe Steel Company.

East Asiatic Company.

Eastern & Australian Steamship Company.

Eastern Extension Telegraph Company.

Eastern Garage.

Eastern Trading Company.

Echo de Tientsin.

Edgar Brothers & Co.

Ekman & Co.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

Ekman Foreign Agencies.

Ellis & Hays.

Emens Co., W. S.

En Ching Low (Nun Cheng Lo), Tientsin.

Energie électrique.

Enterprise Tobacco Company, Limited.

Enticknap, P. (Ashton & Co., Limited).

Equitable Life Assurance Society.

Erasmic Company.

Esenman & Smith, Drs.

Etablissements de Tongkou.

Etablissements Fei Yen, Ateliers de Constructions Mécaniques.

Eugène, Reynaud & Co.

Evans, A. M. A.

Evans & Co., Pugh.

Evans & Sons, Limited, Edward.

Eveleigh & Co.

Ewo Cotton Spinning & Weaving Company.

Ewo Yuen Press Packing Company.

Excess Insurance Company, Limited.

Ezra & Co., Edward, Shanghai.

Ezra & Co., Fred, Shanghai.

Ezra & Co., N. E. B.

Ezra & Co., Y.

Ezra, E. I., Shanghai.

Fa Hsiang, Tientsin.

Fairchild, F. A.

Far Eastern Geographical Establishment.

Farley, W. A.

Farmer, & Co., F. D.

Fearon, Daniel, & Co.

Federal Life Assurance Company of Canada.

Fengtien District Inspectorate and Salt Revenue.

Fergusson, J. C. G., Harbin.

Ferretti.

Fielding, H. R.

Findlay, Richardson, & Co.

Finocchiaro & Co., G.

Firth & Sons, Ltd., W.

Fobes & Co.

Fokhien Mercantile Co.

Foo Tai Company, Hankow. Foochow Dock & Arsenal. Foochow Native Hospital. Foochow Pharmacy. Forbes & Co., William. Foster, McClellan, & Co.

Frankau. & Co., Ltd., A.

Frazar, E. W.

Frazar & Co.

Fredericks, J. A.

French Bakery.

Fu Seng & Co., W., Foochow.

Fu Shing Tai, Tientsin.

Fuchs & Co.

Fuchs & Co., H. (Rint'ai Stores).

Fujita & Co., Mukden.

Fukien Drug Company.

Fukul & Co., Shanghai.

Fung Tang, Shanghai.

Furukawa & Co., Shanghai. Futcher, J. W.

Gadai Yoko.

Gaillard.

Gallusser & Co., A.

Gande, Price, & Co.

Garner, Quelch, & Co.

Gates, F.

Geddes & Co., Ltd.

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General Accident, Fire & Life Assurance Company.

General Electric Company.

General Electric Company of China, Limited.

General Electric Company of New York.

Genovese, G.

Gerassime Touliatos.

Gerin, Drevard & Co. Gibb, Livingston & Co.

Gibbons & Co., J.

Gillard & Co.

Gillespie & Co.

Gilman & Co.

Gittins & Co.

Glaxo.

Glen Line Steamers

Gobhai & Co., N. M.

Goldenberg & Co., H.

Gordes.

Gordon & Co.

Government Universities in China.

Goyet, Shanghai.

Grand Hôtel des Wagons-Lits.

Grant, Archibald.

Great China Dispensary.

Great Eastern Dispensary.

Great Northern Telegram Company.

Greer, Limited, H. & W.

Greig & Co., M. W.

Grenard, Bettines, & Co.

Griffith, Limited, T. E.

Griffiths' Butchery.

Grimes, A. C.

Grimshaw, R.

Grosjean & Co.

Grundy, R.

Guarantee Trust.

Gula Kalumpang Rubber Estates, Limited. Gun Chee, Tientsin.

Hall & Holtz, Limited.

Handa Menko, Shanghai.

Hankow Dispensary, Limited.

Hankow Light & Power Company.

Hankow Printing Press Office.

Hankow Waterworks.

Hanson McNeill, Jones & Wright.

Hanyehping Iron & Coal Company. Hardoon, S. A.

Hardy, Walter.

Harper, Ralph & Co.

Harvey's Billposting Agency.

Harvie, Cook & Co.

Harvie, J. A.

Hatch, Carter & Co.

Hattori Yoko.

Haworth & Co., Ltd., R.

Hay & Co., Wm.

Heath & Co., Limited.

Heath & Co., P.

Heffer & Co., F. C.

Heiman, S. S.

Heisch, P. F.

Hemmerdinger Frères.

Hemmings & Berkley.

Heng Chang Ter, Newchwang.

Heng Cheong, Amoy.

Hérou, Charles & Co.

Hetherington & Sons, Ltd., J. Hewitt & Co., W.

Hipwell, P.

Hirao & Co., Antung. Hirbrunner & Co.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

Hirsbrunner & Co.

Ho En Seong, Nanking.

Holgate, L. G.

Holland-China Trading Company.

Holliday & Co., C.

Holt's Wharf.

Hongkew Book Store.

Hongkong and Shanghai Bank.

Hongkong Fire Insurance Company. Hopkins, Dunn & Co.

Horrobin, S. K.

Horse Bazaar and Motor Company.. Hôtel de France.

Hôtel de la Paix.

Hôtel de Pékin.

Houvenier-Mason, Scheidler & Co.

Howarth & Co., Richard.

Hsin Chong Cycle Co.

Hsin Kong.

Hsing Tai.

Hsui, Dr. W. T., Tientsin.

Hua Eng Tai, Swatow.

Hua Mui Dispensary, Swatow. Hubbard, E. W.

Humphreys & Co., W. G.

Hung Chong Ter, Newchwang. Hung Dah & Co., Shanghai. Hunt, Newchwang.

Hupei Government Cotton Mill. Hutchison & Co., J. D.

Hutchison, Herbert, & Co.

Iah Leng Dispensary, Swatow.

Iak Sang Dispensary, Swatow. Iak Siu Dispensary, Swatow.

Ilbert & Co.

Imperial Hotel, Limited.

Indo-China Steam Navigation Company. Indra Line of Steamers.

Innis & Riddle.

Inshallah Dairy Farm and Stock Company.

International Bank.

International Bicycles Company.

International Book and Stationery Store.

International Cotton Manufacture Company.`

International Dispensary.

International Dock.

International Estate and Finance.

International Export Company, Ltd.

International Savings Society.

Italian-Chinese Import and Export Company.

Italian Trading Co.

Ito, G., Shanghai.

Itoh & Co., C., Shanghai

Ivy Dairy.

Ivy, Dr. R. S.

Jacks & Co., William.

Jackson & Co., J. A.

Jackson, Hanwell, Jackson & Neild, Drs.

Jai Tai Chang, Shanghai.

Jak Leng Dispensary, Swatow.

Jak Seng Dispensary, Swatow.

Jak Sui Dispensary, Swatow.

Japanese Post and Telegraphs in Manchuria.

Japanese Red Cross Hospital, Mukden.

Jaques & Co., A. H.

Jardine, Matheson & Co.

Java Consolidated Rubber and Coffee Estate.

Java Sea and Fire Insurance Company.

Jee, Dr. Pond M., Tientsin.

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Jensen, G. S.

Jin Ann Dispensary, Swatow.

Joseph Bros.

Joseph, Ellis.

Joseph, J. H.

Juvet Leo, Tientsin.

Kadoorie, E. S.

Kadoorie, R. E.

Kailan Mining Administration.

Kakiage Yoko.

Kale, E.

Kalee Hotel, Limited.

Kalgan Dairy Farm.

Kameya (Kamaya) & Co., S., Antung. Kapayang Rubber Estate Company, Limited. Karatzas Bros.

Kashimura Company, Tientsin.

Kathe Lim, Art Needlework Depôt, Swatow. Kato & Co.

Kay & Co., W.

Kaye & Co., B. C.

Kelly & Walsh, Limited.

Kemp, Thomas, & Co. Kempton, M. K.

Keng Ah, Amoy.

Kent & Mounsey, Tientsin.

Kermani, R. S., Shanghai.

Keylock, Pratt, and Hobbs.

Keystone Tobacco Company, Limited.

Khuri, Selim A.

Kiangnan Dock and Engineering Works. King, Dr. H. Y., Tientsin.

Klementaski, Bates & Co.

Ko Bros., Lam Sam Dispensary, Amoy.

Kochien Transport and Towboat Company, Limited.

Kodera & Co.

Kong Yik Cotton Spinning and Weaving Company.

Konshyn, Limited, N. N., Shanghai.

Koosnetzoff & Co., A., Shanghai (Successor to Alexis Goobkin).

Kroewoek Java Plantations, Limited.

Kua Seng Watt & Co., Amoy.

Kuang Sui Chiang Dispensary, Swatow.

Kuong Shing, Swatow.

Kung Ho & Co., Tientsin.

Kwong Chek Dispensary, Swatow.

Kwong Fat Yuen.

Kwong Wo Company, Canton.

La Belle Jardinière (E. A. Culpeck).

Lalcacca & Co.

Land Investment Company, Limited.

Lane, Crawford & Co., Limited.

Langkat Company, Shanghai.

Lao Sen Kee, Hankow.

Laou Kung Mow Cotton Spinning and Weaving Company.

Large & Co., F.

Lau Bittak Shing & Co., Canton.

Lau, E. C.

Lau Tze Wai, Canton.

Lau Woodland & Co., Canton.

Laurent, Marius.

Lauro Cinema China.

Lavers & Clark.

Law, H. D.

Le Lion.

Le Munyon.

Lee Brothers & Co., Swatow.

Lee Sen Ann Dispensary, Swatow.

Lee Tai Cheng, Storekeeper, Swatow.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

Leeds, E. S.

Legation of Allied Powers, Peking.

Legation Pharmacy.

Lekhomall Pinyamall.

Lem Peh Wo, Canton.

Lem Teh Se, Chao Chowfu Dispensary, Swatow.

Lester, Johnson & Morriss.

Lever Brothers, Limited.

Levy, N. S.

Ley, C.

Leyte, F.

Liang Dan An, Dr., Hankow.

Liao Conservancy Authority.

Liao River Conservancy, Newchwang.

Liddell Bros. Company.

Liddell & Co., Ltd., K.

Lih Teh Oil Mill Company, Limited. Lim & Co., E.V.S., Swatow.

Lion, Lucien.

Little & Co., William.

Little, O. S.

Litvinoff & Co.

Liverman & Co., G. S.

Liverpool Salvage Association.

Llewellyn & Co., Limited.

Lloyd's London.

Loa Wai Dispensary, Canton. London Mission.

London Salvage Association.

Lopato & Sons, A.

Loup and Young.

Louvain.

Lowe, Bingham & Matthews. Lowe, F. H.

Loxley & Co., W. R.

Luan Fong Drug Co., Amoy.

Luen Steamship Company, Limited. Luk Wo & Co., Canton.

Ma Fel & Co., Shanghai. Macbeth, Pawsey & Co. Macdonald & Co., Thomas. Macdonald, Ronald.

Macey & Co.

Mackay & Co., A. H.

Mackenzie, A. C.

MacKenzie & Co., Limited.

Mackie & Co., A.

Maclay & Co.

Macleod, Marshall, Marsh, Billinghurst & Murray, Drs.

Mactavish & Lehmann.

Macy & Co., G. H.

Madier.

Magasin français d'Alimentation.

Magasins généraux.

Magill & Co.

Main, S. D.

Maison Parisienne, La (Au Petit Louvre).

Maitland & Co.

Maitland & Fearon.

Major Brothers, Limited.

Malthoid Roofing Manufacturers.

Manchurian Company, Limited.

Manini, E., Hankow.

Manners, John.

Mappin & Webb.

Maritime Custom Houses. (Throughout China.)

Marthoud Frères.

Martin & Co., W.

Matheson & Co., G.

Mavrokephalos & Co., Hankow.

McBain, G.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

McGillivray, J. P.

McKean, S. H. McMullan & Co.

Medical Hall, L. P.

Meiji Trading Company, Shanghai.

Menga, Co., Tientsin.

Mercantile Bank.

Methodist Publishing House.

Meurer Frères.

Meyer, M.

Middleton & Co., Ltd.

Miffret, A.

Min Seng Dispensary, Hankow.

Ming Chong Cycle Company.

Ministries and Departments of the Chinese Governments.

Mitsubish Goshi Kaisha, Hankow, Canton.

Mitsubishi & Co., Shanghai.

Mitsui Busan Kaisha, Hankow.

Mitsui & Co., Shanghai.

Molchanoff Pechatnoff & Co., Hankow.

Moller & Co.

Monbaron, Charles.

Moore & Co., L.

Moorhead & Halse.

Morgan Crucible Company, Limited.

Mosca & Prario.

Moser, J. H.

Mossop, A. G.

Moutrie & Co., S.

Moyroux, V.

Municipal Council, Shanghai.

Municipalities of British Allied and Neutral Concessions and of

the International Concession at Shanghai.

Murray, Noël, & Co.

Mustard & Co.

Mutual Stores, Canton.

Nagai Bunko, Shanghai.

Nagano Yoko.

Naishi Company.

Nakvasin & Co., D. J., Hankow.

Nanking Dispensary.

Nanri Yoko.

Nanyang Dispensary.

Nathan, M. J.

National Cash Register Company.

National Union Society of Bedford.

Naylor & Co., T.

Neill & Co., James.

Nemazee & Co., H. M., Shanghai.

Neotia & Co.

Nestlé and Anglo-Swiss Milk Company.

Netherlands Harbour Works Company.

Nettle, P. Edward.

Neutral Legations, Peking.

New Amoy Dock Company.

New Chinese Antimony Company.

New Engineering and Shipbuilding Works, Limited.

New Zealand Insurance Company.

Newchwang Wharf and Godown Company.

Newman, E.

Nicholas & Co.

Nicholas Tsu Engineering and Shipbuildings Works.

Nielsen and Winter (China Engineering Co., Ltd.). Nigniewitzky.

Nikka Yoko.

Nippon Menkwa Kabushiki Kaisha, Hankow.

Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Hankow.

Nisshin Kisen Kaisha, Hankow.

Nisshin Yabuko, Shanghai.

Nisshin Yoko.

Noël, Murray & Co., Limited.

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Nor Kung Leong, Canton.

Norbury & Co.

Norbury, Eric.

Norbury, Natzio & Co., Limited.

North British Mercantile Insurance Company.

North China Daily News and Herald, Limited.

North China Engineering Company.

North China Engineering Works.

North China Insurance Company, Limited.

North China Printing and Publishing Company. North China Produce Company.

North Great China Dispensary.

Northern Assurance Company. Noury, N., Noury & Co. Nozawa Gumi, Shanghai. Nun Cheng Lo, Tientsin. Nutter, Walter, & Co. Nye, Dr. S. P., Canton.

Ocean Accident and Guarantee Company.

Ocean Marine Insurance Company.

Ocean Steamship Company, Limited.

Office of Works, His Majesty's.

Okura & Co., Limited, Shanghai.

Old Dock.

Old Ningpo Wharf

Olivier & Co.

Olivier Export and Import Company.

Olsen & Co.

Ong Mah Chao & Co., Amoy.

Onomura & Co., Shanghai.

Opium Bonded Godown.

Orient Trading Company.

Oriental Advertising Company, Limited.

Oriental Dispensary.

Oriental Export Company.

Oriental Optical Company.

Osaka Kobayashi Shiten, Shanghai.

Osaka Shosen Kaisha, Canton.

Oxygen and Drum Company, Limited.

Pabaney, E.

Pacific Mail Steamship Company.

Pagoda Anchorage Naval College. Paizis & Co.

Palace Hotel.

Palmer & Turner.

Panoff & Co., J. K.

Pao Chen Dispensary.

Paradissis & Co., Ltd.

Parisian Hair-dressing Saloon.

Parker & Co., J. H. P.

Parker, Reilly & Co.

Parker & Smith.

Parsee Trading Company.

Patel & Co., A. C.

Patell & Co.

Pathé Phonocine Machine.

Patisserie Parisienne.

Paturel, Shanghai.

Paulsen & Bayes-Davey.

Pearce & Garriock.

Pearson & Son, Ltd., S.

Peiyang Medical College, Tientsin.

Peiyang Tannery.

Peking Daily News.

Peking Dispensary.

Peking Gazette.

Peking Motor Company (Chinson Chao).

Peking Pavilion.

Peking Syndicate.

P. and O. Steam Navigation Company.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

Pennell & Co., E.

Permata Rubber Estate, Limited.

Perrin, Cooper & Co.

Persian Commercial Company.

Petersen & Co.

Phillips, Dr. Walter.

Phoenix Assurance Company.

Picca & Co. (Pharmacy Central). Pickwick, F. H.

Pike, A. T. J.

Pilcher, H. W.

Platt, Macleod & Wilson. Po Wah & Co., Canton.

Po Wai Dispensary, Canton. Po Tai Wo Co., Swatow. Poo Tung & Co., Swatow. Pootung Wharves.

Popoff Frères, C. & S. Pottinger & Paton.

Powell & Co., S. J.

Presse Orientale, La.

Prices China, Limited.

Priestwood, J. G.

Probst, Hanbury & Co.

Produce Export Company.

Protopapos & Co.

Provincial Governments and their Departments throughout China. Puthod.

Queen's Hotel, Tientsin.

Racine, Ackermann & Co.

Railton & Co., Ltd.

Ramello, F.

Ramos Amusement Company.

Ramsay & Co., Limited.

Rayner, Heusser & Co., Shanghai.

Real Estate & Trading Co., Ltd., Hankow.

Reid, Evans & Co.

Reiss & Co.

Rembrandt Photo Company.

Remington Typewriter Company.

Repah Rubber and Tapico Estates, Limited.

Representation for British Manufacturers, Limited.

Reuter Telegram Company.

Reynaud, Eugène & Co.

Rigge, H. E.

Riggio, A.

Robinson Piano Company, Limited.

Rodsil & Co.

Rondon & Co.

Roneo, Limited.

Rose, Downs & Thompson, Limited.

Rose, Hewett & Co.

Ross & Co., Alex.

Rouse, E. H.

Rousseau, E.

Roxburgh, Limited, R.

Royal Insurance Company.

Royal Mail Steam Packet Company.

Russo-Asiatic Bank.

Rutherford, N. H.

Saey Tai, Shanghai.

Salmon, J. E.

Sam Joe & Co.

Samson, E. (Eastman & Co.)

Samuel & Co., Limited.

Sanderson & Co.

Sanrin Tobacco Company.

San-Sui-ken, Shanghai.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

Saou Kee, Shanghai.

Sassoon & Co., E. D.

Sassoon & Co., Limited., D.

Sauvayre, Shanghai.

Schiller & Co.

Scotson, T.

Scott & Bowne, Limited.

Scott, Harding & Co.

Scottish Union & National Insurance Company.

Seishin & Co., Mukden, Newchwang.

Semagaga Rubber Company, Limited.

Semambu Rubber Estates, Limited.

Senawang Rubber Estate Co., Limited. Sennet Frères.

Sennett. Frères.

Seo & Co., Mukden.

Seth A. Seth.

Shahmoon, E. E., Shanghai.

Shahmoon, S. E., Shanghai.

Shang Tai Ye & Co., Tientsin.

Shanghai Building Company.

Shanghai Cotton Manufacturing Co.

Shanghai Club.

Shanghai Dispensary.

Shanghai Dock and Engineering Company.

Shanghai Electric and Asbestos, Company, Limited.

Shanghai Electric Construction Company.

Shanghai Gas Company.

Shanghai General Hospital.

Shanghai Horse Bazaar.

Shanghai Ice and Cold Storage Company.

Shanghai-Klebang Rubber Estates, Limited.

Shanghai Land Investment Company.

Shanghai-Malay Rubber Estates, Limited.

Shanghai Mercury, Limited.

Shanghai Mutual Telephone Company, Limited.

Shanghai Optical Company.

Shanghai Paper Mill.

Shanghai Stores Company.

Shanghai-Sumatra Tobacco, Company, Limited.

Shanghai Tannery Company, Limited.

Shanghai Times.

Shanghai Toilet Club.

Shanghai Tug and Lighter Company.

Shanghai Waterworks Company, Limited.

Shantung Silk and Lace Company.

Shaw, G. L.

Shaw Brothers, G. L.,

Shawhsing Company, G. N., Newchwang.

Shewan, Tomes & Co.

Shing Kee, Amoy.

Shing Yue & Co., Shanghai.

Shinri Yoko.

Shroff, P. B.

Shun Chang & Co., Chefoo.

Shun Chee, Tientsin.

Shun Kee & Co.

Sin Chong Shun.

Sin Shun Tai.

Sin Ten Tong.

Sing Tai, Chefoo.

Singer Sewing Machine Company.

Sinjentong, Amoy.

Sino Foreign Coal Mining Co., Limited, Tientsin, (Tung Hsing).

Sinsetong, Amoy.

Siu An Tong Dispensary, Amoy.

Siu Leng Dispensary, Swatow.

Siu-se-Tong, Amoy.

Sligh, J.

Slowe & Co.

Slowe & Co., C. R.

Smith & Co., I, H、

Société d'Exportation et d'Importation Coloniales, Tientsin.

Société forestière de Hailin et de Manchurie, La.

Société franco-chinoise de Batellerie et Cabotage en Chine.

Société franco chinoise de Crédit.

Société indo-chinoise.

Soeka Warna Tea Estate.

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Solina & Co., (Viccajee F. & R. Proprietors).

Solina, R. V.

Solomon, S. J.

Somekh, B. A., Shanghai..

Somekh, D. S., Shanghai.

Somekh, S. S., Shanghai.

South British Insurance Company.

South China Trading Co., Canton.

South Manchurian Railway Company.

Sowa Yoko, Shanghai.

Soychee Cotton Spinning Company. Sparke, C. E.

Speyer, C.

Spunt and Rosenfeld.

Spunt, J. S., Spunt and Rosenfeld.

Standard Bank of South Africa.

Standard Life Assurance Company.

Standard Oil Company.

Stearne, J. C.

Subira, J. M.

Sudka, J. A.

Sui Leng Dispensary, Swatow. Sullivan & Co., J.

Sulzer, Rudolph & Co.

Sun Insurance Office.

Sun Life Assurance of Canada.

Sung Chuan Tien & Co., Tsinan.

Suzuki & Co., Shanghai.

Swatow Dispensary.

Syndicat industriel et commercial.

Sze Hing (Hung) Company.

Tabaquería Filipina.

Tackey & Co., W. M.

Tai Fu Lin, Dr., Newchwang.

Tai On & Co., (Canton Medical Hall), Canton.

Tai Seng & Co., Foochow.

Tai Wah Dispensary. Swatow.

Taikoo Sugar Refining Co., Ltd.

Taiping Rubber Estates.

Tait & Co.

Takata & Co., Shanghai.

Takkee & Co., Foochow.

Taku Tug and Lighter Company, Limited.

Talati Brothers.

Talati & Co., Tientsin.

Tallieu & Co., L.

Talow Dispensary.

Tannerie franco-chinoise.

Tata Sons & Co., Shanghai.

Taylor & Co.

Tchun Tet Dispensary, Swatow.

Teerathdas, N., Shanghai.

Teesdale & Godfrey.

Teh Kee Dispensary, Hankow.

Tek Hua Dispensary, Swatow.

Theodore & Rawlins.

Thomas, Adams & Wood.

Thomas & Co., F.

Thomson, G. Irwin.

Thoresen, O.

Thunder, C.

Thurier & Kohr, Hankow.

Tibbey, H. M.

Tientsin Bicycle Company, Amoy.

Tientsin Club, Tientsin.

Tientsin Dispensary.

Tientsin Gas and Electric Light Company.

Tientsin Ironworks, Limited.

Tientsin Native City Waterworks, Limited.

Tientsin Press. Limited.

Tientsin Soap Manufacturing Co., Tientsin.

Tientsin Tobacco Company.

Tientsin Waterworks Company, Ltd.

Tilley & Limby.

Times Dharwar & Co.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

Tiram Estates, Limited.

Toa & Co.

Toa Koshi, Shanghai.

Toa Tobacco Company, Newchwang.

Toh Tiong Hok, Amoy.

Tom, S., Chefoo.

Tou Ying & Co.

Tong Cheong & Co., Amoy.

Tong Eng. Amoy.

Toshado Shiten, Shanghai.

Towa & Co., Newchwang. Travers Smith.

Truman, R. N.

Truman & Co., R. N.

Trust Co., Chungking.

Tschurin & Co., I. I., Harbin.

Tsingtao Brewery.

Tsui, Dr. Y. Y., Union Dispensary, Tientsin.

Tsung Tsoon Sing, Amoy.

Tsurutani Yoko.

Tung Ho & Co., Newchwang

Tung Hsing (Sino-Foreign Coal Mining Company, Limited),

Peking and Tientsin.

Tung Shen Te, Tientsin.

Tung Tại & Co.

Tung Teh Heng, Chefoo.

Tung Yu Brothers, Shanghai.

Tunkadoo Dock.

Tunkadoo Wharves.

Turner, E. W.

Twigg, P. O'B.

Twyford & Co., J.

Tze Hop Shing & Co., C., Tientsin.

Ullmann & Co.

Underwood Typewriter Company.

Union Assurance Company, Limited.

Union Commercial Company, Limited.

Union Dispensary, Tientsin.

Union Insurance Society of Canton.

Union Marine Insurance Company.

Union Medical College.

United States Steel Products.

Vacuum Oil Company.

Van Ess & Co., A.

Venturi, F.

Veroudart.

Vicajee & Co. P.

Viccajee, & Co., H.

Vickers, Limited.

Vikula Morocov, Newchwang.

Villa & Brothers, A. P.

Vrard & Co.

Wah Loong, Canton.

Wah Mei Dispensary, Canton. Wah Ming Optical Company.

Wah On Dispensary, Canton.

Walker, Livingstone.

Wallem & Co.

Wang, Dr., Li Ya Pharmacy.

Wang, Dr. Y. N., Tientsin and Peking.

Wannieck, Limited. P 10)

Waste Silk Boiling Company.

Watson & Co., Limited, A. S.

Watt, Dr. W. T., Tientsin.

Watt, J. A. D.

Wattie & Co., Limited, J. A. Watts & Co.

Weeks & Co., Limited.

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Weihaiwei Land and Building Company.

Westminster Tobacco Company.

Westphal, King & Ramsay, Limited.

Wheelock & Co.

Wheen, Edward & Sons.

Whitall & Co., Limited, J.

White Brothers.

White, David.

White-Cooper, Oppe & Master.

Whiteaway, Laidlaw & Co. Whitfield & Co.

Whitham, R. P.

Whitney & Co., J. C.

Whitworth, Herbert, Limited.

Wijk & Co., D.

Wilkinson, H. P.

Wilkinson, Heywood & Clark.

Wiilliams Brothers Medicine Company.

Williams' Medicine Co., Dr.

Williams, K. J.

Wilson & Co.

Wing Tai.

Winston, Dr. Warwick.

Wisner & Co.

Wssotsky & Co., W.

Wong Chuen Yang (British Manufacturers' Agency), Shanghai.

Wong Zung Chong, Shanghai.

Woo, M. L., Tientsin.

Woo Chong.

Woollen, Vosy & Co.

Worthington Pump Company, Limited.

Wu Lien Teh, Harbin.

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Y. Ching Chong.

Yamamoto & Co., Tientsin.

Yan, Dr. K. S., Tientsin and Peking.,

Yan Shau & Co., Ltd., Canton.

Yan Sun Co., Ltd., Canton.

Yang, J., Poste Française, Peking.

Yang-tsze Engineering Works.

Yang-tsze Insurance Company.

Yang-tsze Land and Finance Company.

Yang-tsze Poo Cotton Mill.

Yap Eck Liok, Amoy.

Yates, T. M.

Yee Ann & Co., Swatow.

Yeo Swee Swan & Co., Amoy.

Yik Sang Dispensary, Swatow. Yishin & Co., Mukden.

Yoan Siu Dispensary.

Yokohama Specie Bank.

Yorkshire Insurance Company.

Yoshida & Co., Shanghai.

Young Bros. Trust Company, Chungking and Shanghai.

Yu Feng Kung Ssu, Chefoo.

Yu Tai.

Yuasa, T., Hankow.

Yue Chong Tai.

Yuen Chong.

Yuen Tah & Co., Tientsin.

Yut Zae Chang.

Za Chong Shun.

Zundel Emile Manufacturing Company.

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Second Schedule.

[Rule 11.]

LIST OF PERSONS TO WHOM ARTICLES TO BE EXPORTED TO SIAM MAY BE CONSIGNED.

(Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915.)

His Majesty's Diplomatic, Consular, Military, and Naval Officers.

British Missionary Bodies and Missionary Bodies of Neutral and Allied Countries.

Abdool Rahim H., Bangkok.

Adam & Co., A. H. M.

Adamjee Allibhai Dorajiwalla, Bangkok.

Adamsen, Dr., Bangkok.

Ah Fook, C. C. G., Bangkok.

Ah Lee Keh, (Yah Lee), Lampang.

Alibhai Chinwala, Bangkok.

American Presbyterian Mission Press. Angullia & Sons, A., Bangkok. Apothecaries' Hill.

Arracan Company, Limited, Bangkok.

Asiatic Cattle Co., Bangkok.

Asiatic Petroleum Company, Limited.

Assumption Printing Press, Bangkok.

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Baboojee, A. K., Bangkok.

Badman & Co., H. A.

Bamrung Nukulkich Printing Works, (Luang Damrong), Bangkok.

Ban Chin Thye, Puket.

Ban Heng Bee, Renong.

Ban Hin, Puket.

Ban Hin Guan, Puket.

Ban Hong, Puket.

Ban Ouan Ho, Puket.

Ban Seng Chieng, Bangkok.

Ban Seng Hin, Trang.

Bangkok Dock Company, Limited.

Bangkok Manufacturing Company, Limited

Bangkok Times Press, Limited.

Bangkok United Club.

Bangnon Syndicate, Renong.

Banque de l'Indo-Chine.

Barrow, Brown & Co.

Bean Guan, Puket.

Bean Hup, Puket.

Béranger, Malcolm (Maison Béranger).

Berli & Co., A., Bangkok.

Bian Joo Thye, Bangkok.

Bombay-Burma Trading Corporation, Limited, Bangkok.

Bong Hong, Puket.

Boo Gark, Setul.

Boon Long, Printer, Bangkok.

Boon Mee Dispensary, Bangkok.

Boon Teck, Renong.

Borgersen, H. B.

Borneo Company, Limited, Bangkok, Cheingmai.

British-American Tobacco Company, Limited.

British Club.

British Dispensary.

Buan Soon Lee & Co., Bangkok.

Budroodin, F. H., Bangkok.

Burgh, W. de, Bangkok.

Cartwright, B. O.

Chan Khoon Sin, Setul.

Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China.

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Cheng Kiat, L.

Chew Keok Kongsi, Puket and Trang,

Chiang Huat Chan, Bangkok.

Chieng Mai Mission Press.

Chin Aik Khan, Puket.

Chin Hin, Bangkok.

Chin Hock, Puket.

Chin Soon, Bangkok.

China-Siam (Chino-Siam), Daily News. Chinese Mercantile Dispensary, Bangkok. Chino-Siamese Trading Co., Bangkok. Chip Nghi Soon, Bangkok. Chong Guan Soon, Bangkok. Choo Seng, Takuapa. Chotirmall & Co., A. K. H. Chuan Lee, Takuapa.

Chung Chooe Guan Ah Fook, Bangkok. Chye Seng Soon, Bangkok. City Dispensary, Bangkok. Couper-Johnston & Co., D.

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Deebook Dredging, Renong. Diana & Co., A., Bangkok.

Dickinson & Co., John.

Diethelm & Co., Limited.

Dunlop, John M.

Dastakeer & Co., Bangkok.

East Asiatic Company, Limited. Eastern Smelting Company, Puket. Edgar Brothers.

Educational Supply Association. Eng Guan, Trang.

Excelsior Ice Factory.

Fraser & Neave, Limited.

French Dispensary.

Gilitwalla, E. E., Bangkok.

Gin Seng, Takuapa.

Git Git Choon, Puket.

Goh Yong Chua, Bangkok.

Goon Hok Heng, Bangkok.

Goriawalla, A. H. A., Bangkok.

Goriawalla, F. A., Bangkok.

Government Medical Depôt, Bangkok.

Gritters, Mrs., Bangkok.

Groundwater & Co., C. L.

Guan Huat Seng, Bangkok.

Guan Mong Chan.

Guan Seng.

Gulamhusan Abdoolkader (Gulam Husain Abdul Kader) (Kader,

G. A.), Bangkok.

Habibar, Rahman, Bangkok.

Halim & Co., B. A.

Han Fook Seng, Bangkok,

Hansen, Dr. C. (Lotus Dispensary).

Harp Heng Long & Co.

Harp Vour Long & Co.

Heng Guan Chan, Puket.

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Heng Heng Guan Seng, Bangkok.

Heng Hoa, Bangkok.

Hiap Hin, Takuapa.

Ho Cheang, Takuapa.

Ho Choon, Puket.

Ho Seng, Trang.

Hock Chong Seng, Takuapa.

Hock Choon, Trang.

Hock Chuan & Co., Bangkok.

Hock Guan, Trang.

Hock Ho Choon, Bangkok.

Hoh Leng Dispensary, Bangkok.

Hok Hin Lee, Bangkok.

Hong Ching, Bangkok.

Hong Huat, Puket.

Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.

Hoosain, A. G., Bangkok.

Hoosain, Akbar & Sons., Bangkok.

Hoosain, E. A., Bangkok.

Hotchand, Vichindas & Co., Bangkok.

Hup Ho, Setul.

Hup Mong Thye, Bangkok.

Hussein & Sons, A.

Ikezaki & Co., K., Bangkok.

Indo Burma Cigar Depôt, Bangkok. International Store.

Jakob, Setul.

Jawarad Dispensary.

Jewaji Raja & Sons, M. Moosbhoy (or M. Moosbhoy Raja).

Joo Hoa Lee, Bangkok.

Joo Seng & Co., Bangkok.

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Kader, G. A. (Gulamhusan Abdoolkader).

Kaj, Cotermall & Co., Bangkok.

Kasoojee, M. E., Bangkok.

Kather Muhiatheen, K., Bangkok.

Katib, E. M.

Katoo Dee Book, Renong,

Katz Brothers, Limited.

Kean Lee & Co., Bangkok.

Keng Watt, Bangkok.

Kerr & Co.

Kia Lee, Bangkok.

Kiam Hoa Heng & Co., Bangkok.

Kiam Hoa Seng & Co., Bangkok.

Kim Heng Seng, Bangkok.

Kluzer & Co. G., Bangkok.

Ko San Nyun, Bangkok.

Kong Hiap Hin, Puket.

Kong Mong Lee, Bangkok.

Kong Watt, Bangkok.

Kwong Chuen Chan, Bangkok.

Kwong Hoa Siang, Bangkok.

Kwong Mow, Bangkok.

Kwong Ngee Hoa & Co., Bangkok.

Kwong Tai, Bangkok.

Kwong Wo Sang, Bangkok:

Kwong Ying Cheong, Bangkok. ·

Lakhwalla & Co., E. A., Bangkok.

Lakhwalla & Co., M. A., Bangkok. Lam Ngor, Trang. Lebai Nan, Setul.

Legations of Allied Powers.

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Legations of Neutral Powers. Lehna Singh, Bangkok.

Leong Chin Heng, Bangkok.

Leong Guan, Bangkok.

Leong Hin, Bangkok.

Leonowens, Louis T., Limited, Bangkok and Lampang.

Li Tit Guan, Bangkok.

Liang Seng Lee, Bangkok.

Lo Kong Chang, Puket.

Lotus Dispensary (Dr. Hansen).

Luang Brohma Yodkee, Mrs. (Pradist Sookonta), Bangkok.

Luang Damrong Bamrung Nukulkich Printing Works, Bangkok. Luang Damrong Thamasarn, Bangkok.

Luang Phipat Tanakorn, Bangkok.

Macbeth, J. J.

Maideen, A.

Maire, A. J., Bangkok.

Maison Béranger (Béranger, Malcolm).

Malaya Tin Corporation, Renong.

Malbary, H. A.

Mansoor Sahib, S. S., Bangkok.

Marican, M. T. S.

Marican, S. S.

Maskati, A. T. E.

Maung Hpo Min, Lampang.

Maw Jim, Bangkok.

Maw Kim, (City Dispensary), Bangkok.

Maw Sooi Dispensary, Bangkok.

McFarland, Dr. G. B. (Dental Surgeon), Bangkok.

Mehar Singh, Bangkok.

Meklong Railway Company.

Menam Motor-boat Company, Limited.

Meng Heng Lee, Bangkok.

Ministries and Departments of the Royal Siamese Government.

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Limited, Bangkok.

Mizokami, M., Bangkok.

Mogul, M. A.

Mohamed Meah & Co., D. S., Bangkok.

Mohammedally Noorbhai, Bangkok.

Mom Anuwongse, Bangkok (known as Phra Pochanapricha).

Monod & Co. C. E., Bangkok.

Moosbhoy, M., Bangkok.

Motiwalla, F. A., Bangkok. Moung Pe, Bangkok.

Mydin, Setul.

Nai Lert, Bangkok.

Nan Singh, Setul.

Nana, A. E., Bangkok.

Nana & Co., A. & A., Bangkok,

Nana, E. A., Bangkok.

Nean Jee Hin, Puket.

Nestle and Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company.

Nooraddin Dawoodbhoi, Bangkok.

Oriental Bakery, Bangkok. Oriental Store, Bangkok. Oyama & Co. K., Bangkok.

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Paknam Railway Company.

Pappayanopulos. C., Bangkok.

Peng Lee Chan, Bangkok.

Pereira & Co., E. M.`

Pharnitsuphaphon Printing Office, Bangkok. Phatanakorn Cinematograph Co., Bangkok. Piroshaw, F. Mama, Bangkok.

Pisal Banniti, Printer, Bangkok.

Pock Thye, Puket.

Pollard, T. H.

Pradist Sookonta (Mrs. Luang Brohma Yodkee), Bangkok.

Puck Choon & Co., Bangkok.

Puket Dispensary, Puket.

Raja (Paroshajee, J. A.).

Ramchand, M.D., Puket and Trang.

Ratanamala Company, Bangkok.

Ratrut Basin Tin Dredging Company, Renong.

Renong Tin Dredging Co., Renong.

Royal Bangkok Sports Club.

Sac Thien & Co., Bangkok.

Saing Hiang, Takuapa.

Salebhai & Co., A. R., Bangkok.

Sampson, John, & Son.

Sarafally, G. A., Bangkok.

Saw Hood Beng, Sengora.

See Kak Dispensary, Bangkok. Semprez & Co., Bangkok, Seng Guan, Paket.

Seng Hong & Co., Bangkok. Seng Lee, Trang.

Seng Lee Chiang, Bangkok,

Seng Long, E., Bangkok.

Seng Song & Co., Bangkok.

Shaik Mahomet, Trang.

Siah Leng, A., Bangkok.

Siah Leng Dispensary, Bangkok.

Siam Cement Company, Limited, Bangkok.

Siam Commercial Bank.

Siam Electricity Company, Limited.

Siam Forest Company, Limited.

Siam Free Press Company, Limited.

Siam Import Company, Limited.

Siam Industries Syndicate.

Siam Motor Works, Limited.

Siam Observer Press, Limited.

Siam Perfumery Store.

Siam Stamp Company.

Siamese Tin Syndicate.

Siamese Tobacco Company.

Siamwalla, D. H. A., Bangkok.

Siamwalla, F. A., Bangkok. Siang Hak, Bangkok.

Sin Gim Hong, Puket.

Sin Hin, Puket and Renong..

Sin Kheng Seang, Puket.

Sin Sin Hah, Bangkok.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.

Smith Premier Typewriter Company.

Société Anonyme Belge.

Soon Chua Seng, Bangkok.

Soon Seng, Renong.

Sophon Printing Office.

Sriracha Company, Limited, Bangkok.

Standard Oil Company.

Staro, A., Mme.

Steel Brothers & Co., Limited.

Stephens, Paul & Co.

Straits Trading Company, Puket.

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Sui Kee, Puket.

Swanson, J. H.

Swee Hin, Puket.

Swee Ho, H., Bangkok.

Swee Hock, Puket.

Syme & Co.

Sze Hai Tong Banking and Insurance Co., Bangkok.

Tachin Railway Company.

Tan Paik Seng, Puket.

Tan Thye Guan, Bangkok.

Tan Yeat, Trang.

Tatner, F., Bangkok.

Tay, Dr. K. C., Dentist, Bangkok. Tayabally & Co., A. H., Bangkok. Teck Lee Guan, Bangkok.

Teck Seng & Co., Bangkok.

Tek Chi Tung, Bangkok.

Thai Bee, Bangkok.

Thean It Keok, Puket. Theen Cheong, Puket. Thonakitch Raxa, Bangkok.

Thum Hock Heng, Trang. Thye Cheong, Puket.

Thye Hin, Puket.

Tilleke, Dr. R. E. G., Bangkok.

Tin Chuan, Puket.

Tisseman & Co., S.

Tong Sang Cheong, Bangkok.

Tong Seng, Bangkok.

Tong Seng Tong, Takuapa.

Tongkah Compound, Puket.

Tongkah Harbour Tin Dredging Company, Puket.

Towfigue, M., Bangkok.

Tuck Wo Loong, Bangkok.

Tung Who & Co.,

Tyebally & Co., A. H., Bangkok.

Un Hoe, Puket.

Undertakers Supply Store, Bangkok.

United Engineers, Limited, Bangkok and Puket.

Vacuum Oil Company. Viraj Chanthorn, Bangkok.

Walker, Dr. C. C., Bangkok.

Wang Lee & Co., Bangkok. Wasee, A. K. H. & Co.

Wassiamull, Assomull & Co., Bangkok.

Whiteaway, Laidlaw & Co., Limited.

Wing Yuen & Co., Bangkok.

Yah Lee (Ah Lee Keh) Lampang.

Yamaguchi & Co., G., Bangkok.

Yee Sang & Co., Bangkok.

Yeong Aik Hin, Puket.

Yong Heng Long, Bangkok.

Yong Lee Seng & Co., Bangkok.

Yong Mong Lee, Bangkok.

Yong Seng.

Yue Yik Loong, Bangkok.

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Third Schedule.

FORMS.

FORM NO. 1.

APPLICATION FOR IMPORT PERMIT.

(Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915.)

[Rule 15.]

I (We) hereby declare that I (we) wish to import by the

S.S.

arriving on or about

the following articles which have been consigned by

of.....

Number and

Description

of Cases.

Marks. Numbers.

Weight or Quantity.

Contents.

No. Description.

I (we) also declare that (Here add any other particulars re- quired by the Superintendent of Imports and Exports)

Dated the...........day of...........

.191......

(Intending Importer.)

(Address.)

(Additional personal signature, if the above name be that of a body cor- porate or firm or association or or- ganisation.)

FORM NO. 2.

[Rule 16.]

IMPORT PERMIT.

(Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915.)

Permission is hereby given for the importation of the above (a) articles

by the S.S.

arriving on or about

subject to the following conditions (Here add the conditions im- posed, if any)

This permit is also valid as a permit under the Certificates of Origin Ordinance, 1915.

Dated the............day of........

.191....

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

(a) If this permit be issued on a separate form from the ap- plication it must contain a schedule of the articles to which it relates.

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FORM NO. 3.

IMPORT LICENCE.

[Rule 17.]

(Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915.)

is (are) hereby licensed to import all articles subject to the following conditions :

(1.) No article shall be imported in contravention of the

law relating to trading with the enemy or in contra- vention of the law relating to certificates of origin. (2.) No article shall be imported which is consigned, to any person in China whose name does not appear on the list in the First Schedule to the Order-in-Council made under the above Ordinance on the 6th day of January, 1916, provided that this condition shall not apply to any article in transit which is carried into the Colony by water and which is intended to be and is in fact carried out of the Colony on the same ship on which it was carried into the Colony without transhipment into any other ship.

(3.) No article shall be imported which is consigned to any person in Siam whose name does not appear on the list in the Second Schedule to the Order-in- Council made under the above Ordinance on the 6th day of January, 1916.

(4.) No article shall be imported the importation of which is specifically prohibited by any Order-in-Council made under the Importation and Exportation Ordi- nance, 1915.

(5.) This licence shall not avail to protect the licensee(s) if he (they) have any interest in the article imported. other than his (their) interest as carrier(s). (a) (6.) No article ported under this licence shat be delivered ny person except on production of an import permit.

(Here add any other conditions imposed by the Superintendent of Imports and Exports.)

Dated the.........day of............

.191......

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

NOTE 1.-Under Rule 25 of the above Order-in-Council this licence is revocable at any time in the discretion of the Superin- tendent of Imports and Exports.

NOTE 2. The terms "the list in the First Schedule hereto" and "the list in the Second Schedule hereto" in Condition (2) above must be read subject to Rules 10 (3) and 11 (3) respectively of the Order-in-Council made on the 6th day of January, 1916, under the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915.

NOTE 3.--The granting of this licence must not be taken to imply any undertaking that the exportation of the articles imported thereunder will necessarily be allowed, or that the said articles will not be seized and detained or forfeited.

(a) In the case of importation from Canton, the West River, Swatow, Amoy, Foochow, Macao, or places on the coast of Kwong Tung within 50 miles from the Colony of Hongkong, the following conditions are to be substituted for condition 6 above:--- "(6.) This licence shall cover only importation from Can- ton, the West River, Swatow, Amoy, Foochow, "Macao, and places on the coast of Kwong Tung "within 50 miles from the Colony of Hongkong."

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"(7.) This licence shall be valid also as an import licence "to all persons within the Colony, other than the licensce(s), to import all articles from Canton, the "West River, Swatow, Amoy, Foochow, Macao, and places on the coast of Kwong Tung within 50 "miles from the Colony of Hongkong, by the ships of "the above named licensee(s), subject always to the 'conditions specified above, and provided that such "articles be taken delivery of within 18 hours of the "arrival of such ship in the waters of the Colony." (8.) The licensee(s) shall, within 24 hours of the arrival "in the waters of the Colony of any ship of which he is "(they are) owner(s) charterer(s) or agent(s), furnish "to the Superintendent of Imports and Exports a "true accurate and complete statement of all articles delivered from the said ship within the 18 hours "immediately after such arrival, together with the names of the persons to whom delivery has been given."

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"(9.) After the expiration of the said period of 18 hours "no article imported under this licence shall be deli- "vered to any person except on production of an

import permit.'

FORM NO. 4.

[Rule 18.]

APPLICATION FOR EXPORT PERMIT.

(Importation and Exportation

linance, 1915.)

I (we) hereby declare that I (we)

S.S.

wish to export by the

on

the following articles which are ultimately destined for ..

of.

consigned to

at...

Number and Description of Cases.

No. Description.

Marks.

Numbers.

.............and which will be

Weight or Total

Quantity.

Value.

I (we) have made all enquiries reasonably possible with regard to the ultimate destination of the said articles and I (we) have no reason to suspect that any of them is destined for any person who is an enemy or is treated as an enemy, or for any country

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which is an enemy country or is treated as an enemy country, under any law for the time being in force relating to trading with the enemy.

I (we) also declare that

(Here add any other particulars required by the Superintendent of Imports and Exports.)

Dated the................day of.......................

.191......

(Intending Exporter.)

(Address.)

(Additional personal signature if the above name be that of a body corporate or firm or association or organisation.)

FORM NO. 5.

[Rule 19.]

EXPORT PERMIT.

(Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915.)

Permission is hereby given for

exportation of the above

articles (a) by the S.S.

on.

to.

of.......

consigned to...........

subject to the following conditions :--

(1.) The said articles shall be exported only in accordance

with the above particulars.

(2.) The licensee(s) shall make all reasonable enquiries and take all reasonable precautions to ensure that none of the said articles will reach any person who is an enemy or is treated as an enemy, or any country which is an enemy country or is treated as an enemy country, under any law for the time being in force relating to trading with the enemy.

(3.) If this permit be not used on the day for which it was issued it shall be returned to the Superintendent of Imports and Exports on the following day.

(Here add any other conditions imposed by the Superintendent of Imports and Exports.)

This permit is also valid as a permit under the Order of His Majesty-in-Council made on the 26th day of October, 1896, and under the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinances, 1862- 1915, and under the Declarations of Ultimate Destination Ordi- nance, 1915.

Dated the...............day of..

191..............

Superintendent of Imports and Exports

(a) If this permit be issued on a separate form from the appli- cation it must contain a schedule of the articles to which it relates.

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NOTE:Attention is drawn to Rule 13 of the Order-in-Council made under the above Ordinance on the 6th day of January, 1916, which provides as follows:-

13. Where a permit to export any article authorises the

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exportation thereof to a particular person or place or "to a particular person at a particular place named "in the permit, the name of the person or place, or "both, as the case may be, shall be inserted in all "invoices, bills of lading, manifests and other docu- "ments relating to the article, and if this requirement "be not complied with as respects any document the "person by whom or on whose behalf the document "is made out shall be deemed to have exported the "article without a permit."

FORM NO. 6.

[Rule 20.}

EXPOR

CENCE.

(Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915.)

is (are) hereby licensed to export all articles subject to the follow- ing conditions:

(1.) No article shall be exported in contravention of the

law relating to trading with the enemy or in contra- vention of the law relating to declarations of ultimate destination or in contravention of the law relating to the exportation of military stores,

(2.) No article shall be exported the exportation of which is specifically prohibited by any Order-in-Council made under the Importation and Exportation Ordi- nance, 1915.

(3.) This licence shall not avail to protect the licensee(s) if he (they) have any interest in the article exported other than his (their) interest as carrier(s). (@)

(Here add any other conditions imposed by the

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.)

Dated the............day of.

191......

Superintendent of Imports & Exports.

NOTE.

Under Rule 25 of the above Order-in-Council this licence is revocable at any time in the discretion of the Super- intendent of Imports and Exports.

(a) In the case of exportation to Canton, the West River, or places on the coast of Kwong Tung within 50 miles from the Colony of Hongkong, the following condition is to be substituted for condition 3 above :-

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(3.) This licence shall be valid also as an export licence "to all persons within the Colony, other than the "licensee(s), to export all articles to Canton, the West River, and places on the coast of Kwong Tung "within 50 miles from the Colony of Hongkong, by "the ships of the above named licensee(s), subject "always to the conditions specified above."

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FORM NO. 7.

[Rule 26.]

IMPORT STATEMENT.

(Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915.)

I (we) hereby declare that the following articles were imported

by the S.S.....

Colony from...........

.on..

,which arrived in the

No. of cases or other articles.

Description

of cases or other articles.

Cargo.

Weight

Con- Con- Con-

Port of des- ation if

Marks No. or Quan tents signor. signee transhipment

tity.

eargo,

Ship's Stores.

No. of cases or other articles.

Description of cases or other articles.

Contents.

This statement is also furnished as the import manifest under the Certificates of Origin Ordinance, 1915.

Dated the........day of..............

.191.....

Owners, Agents or Charterers.

(Address.)

(Additional personal signature if the above name be that of a body corporate or firm or association or organisation.)

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FORM NO. 8.

EXPORT STATEMENT.

[Rule 27.]

(Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915.)

I (we) hereby declare that the following articles were exported

by the S.S.....

which left the Colony

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for....

No. of cases or other articles.

.on..

Cargo.

Description of cases or other articles.

Weight Marks. No. or Quan-

tity

Con- Con- Con- tents. signor. signee. destination

Port of

Ship's Stores.

No. of cases or other articles.

Description of cases or other articles.

Contents.

:

This statement is also furnished as the export manifest under the Declarations of Ultimate Destination Ordinance, 1915.

Dated the............day of.....

191......

Owners, Agents or Charterers.

(Address.)

(Additional personal signature if the above name be that of a body corporate or firm or association or organisation.)

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No. 3.

  Rules made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 36 of the Tramway Ordinances, 1902-1915, on the 6th day of January, 1916.

  The Rules made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 36 of the Tramway Ordi- nance, 1902, and published on pages 854 and 855 of the Regulations of Hongkong, 1914, are hereby repealed and the following Rules substituted therefor :---

  1. The driver of every car shall ring his bell, or make use of the warning apparatus provided, under the following circumstances:-

(a.) When starting from all authorised stopping places.

(b.) On approaching any corners of streets.

(c.) In case of impending danger, or to warn any person in any way obstructing

the line.

(d) Just before passing another car.

2. Every car shall be brought to a standstill at the places specified in the First Schedule hereto, and in all cases when necessary in order to avoid impending dangers.

  3.-(a.) The speed of the cars on the seven Sections of the Tramway shall in no case exceed the speed laid down in Section 36 of the Ordinance, namely, 15 miles an hour for Sections 1 to 5 inclusive and 20 miles an hour for Sections 6 and 7.

(b.) The speed of any car must not exceed the rate of 4 miles per hour :-

(i.) when passing through moveable facing points;

(ii) when passing over a curve.

  4. (a.) The driver or conductor of a car shall stop the same at the places specified in the Second Schedule hereto when required by any passenger desiring to leave the car or by any person desirous of travelling by the car for whom there is room and to whose admission no valid objection can be made.

(b.) The driver of a car, on coming in sight of a vehicle standing or travelling on any part of the road so as not to leave sufficient space for the car to pass, shall sound his bell or whistle as a warning to the person in charge of such vehicle, and that person shall, with reasonable despatch, cause such vehicle to be removed so as not to obstruct the car.

  (c.) No person shall in any way wilfully impede or interfere with the traffic on the Tramway, nor shall any driver or conductor needlessly cause interruption to the ordi- nary road traffic.

  5. All rules for the time being relating to the Tramway shall be exhibited in the following public places namely:

The Company's Registered Office.

The General Post Office.

Blake Pier.

The Central Market.

6. A set of instructions shall be issued to the Captain Superintendent of Police for the use of his Constables embodying the course of action recommended in the event of a trolly wire falling or the safety of the public being otherwise endangered.

  7. Every person committing an offence against any of these rules or against any rule hereafter made under Section 36 of the Ordinance, shall be liable, on summary conviction before a Magistrate, to a fine not exceeding ten dollars for each offence; provided that in the case of a continuing offence the aggregate fine shall not exceed five dollars for each day during which the offence continues.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

First Schedule.

Kennedy Town Terminus, (Cadogan Street).

Junction of Kennedy Town Praya and Queen's Road West. Junction of Des Voeux Road West and Connaught Road. Junction of Des Voeux Road West and Western Street. Junction of Des Voeux Road West and Eastern Street. Junction of Des Voeux Road West and Wing Lok Street. Junction of Connaught Road and Morrison Street.

Junction of Des Voeux Road Central and Morrison Street, (West bound cars). Junction of Des Voeux Road Central and Cleverly Street, (East bound cars). Junction of Des Voeux Road Central and Rumsay Street, (at Harbour Office). Junction of Des Voeux Road Central and Jubilee Street, (at Central Market). Junction of Des Voeux Road Central and Pedder Street, (at Post Office). Junction of Des Voeux Road Central and Ice House Street.

Queen's Road Central at main entrance of Naval Yard.

Junction of Queen's Road Central and Arsenal Street.

Junction of Praya East and Gresson Street.

Junction of Praya East and Tai Yuen Street.

Junction of Praya East and Wanchai Road, (at No. 2 Police Station).

Junction of Praya East and Tin Lok Lane, (at Observation Place).

Praya East West end of Bowrington Bridge, (East bound cars).

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Praya East West end of the double-single line near Percival Street, (East bound

cars).

Junction of Great George Street and Jardine's Bazaar.

Junction of Yee Wo Street and Caroline Road, (at Causeway Bay).

Shaukiwan Road at Belle View Hotel.

Shaukiwan Road at Taikoo Sugar Refinery entrance.

Shaukiwan Road at Taikoo Dockyard main entrance.

Shaukiwan Road at Sai Wan Ho market.

Shaukiwan Road Terminus at junction of road to Taitam.

Terminus at Wongneichong Village.

and at any point on the Tram line crossed by any other authorised line.

Second Schedule.

Junction of Catchick Street and Smithfield.

Des Voeux Road West at "Tar Ping" Theatre.

Queen's Road Central at East Corner of City Hall.

Junction of Queen's Road Central and Murray Road. Junction of Morrison Hill Road and Gap Road.

Wongneichong Road at entrance of Race Course enclosure.

No. 4.

  Rule made by the Governor-in-Council under Section & Sub-section (4) of the Stamp Ordinance, 1901, (Ordinance No. 16 of 1901), on the 6th day of January, 1916.

For the purposes of stamping Memoranda and Articles of Association of China Com- panies as required by Sections 7 and 13 of the Companies Ordinances, 1911-1915, ten dollar or five dollar stamps overprinted Shanghai shall be used without over-emboss-

ment.

No. 5.

  Regulation made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 6 of the Dogs Ordinance, 1893, (Ordinance No. 5 of 1893), this 6th day of January, 1916.

No dogs brought from Shanghai will be permitted to land in this Colony for a period of six months from the 27th day of December, 1915.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

6th January, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

First Schedule.

Kennedy Town Terminus, (Cadogan Street).

Junction of Kennedy Town Praya and Queen's Road West. Junction of Des Voeux Road West and Connaught Road. Junction of Des Voeux Road West and Western Street. Junction of Des Voeux Road West and Eastern Street. Junction of Des Voeux Road West and Wing Lok Street. Junction of Connaught Road and Morrison Street.

Junction of Des Voeux Road Central and Morrison Street, (West bound cars). Junction of Des Voeux Road Central and Cleverly Street, (East bound cars). Junction of Des Voeux Road Central and Rumsay Street, (at Harbour Office). Junction of Des Voeux Road Central and Jubilee Street, (at Central Market). Junction of Des Voeux Road Central and Pedder Street, (at Post Office). Junction of Des Voeux Road Central and Ice House Street.

Queen's Road Central at main entrance of Naval Yard.

Junction of Queen's Road Central and Arsenal Street.

Junction of Praya East and Gresson Street.

Junction of Praya East and Tai Yuen Street.

Junction of Praya East and Wanchai Road, (at No. 2 Police Station).

Junction of Praya East and Tin Lok Lane, (at Observation Place).

Praya East West end of Bowrington Bridge, (East bound cars).

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Praya East West end of the double-single line near Percival Street, (East bound

cars).

Junction of Great George Street and Jardine's Bazaar.

Junction of Yee Wo Street and Caroline Road, (at Causeway Bay).

Shaukiwan Road at Belle View Hotel.

Shaukiwan Road at Taikoo Sugar Refinery entrance.

Shaukiwan Road at Taikoo Dockyard main entrance.

Shaukiwan Road at Sai Wan Ho market.

Shaukiwan Road Terminus at junction of road to Taitam.

Terminus at Wongneichong Village.

and at any point on the Tram line crossed by any other authorised line.

Second Schedule.

Junction of Catchick Street and Smithfield.

Des Voeux Road West at "Tar Ping" Theatre.

Queen's Road Central at East Corner of City Hall.

Junction of Queen's Road Central and Murray Road. Junction of Morrison Hill Road and Gap Road.

Wongneichong Road at entrance of Race Course enclosure.

No. 4.

  Rule made by the Governor-in-Council under Section & Sub-section (4) of the Stamp Ordinance, 1901, (Ordinance No. 16 of 1901), on the 6th day of January, 1916.

For the purposes of stamping Memoranda and Articles of Association of China Com- panies as required by Sections 7 and 13 of the Companies Ordinances, 1911-1915, ten dollar or five dollar stamps overprinted Shanghai shall be used without over-emboss-

ment.

No. 5.

  Regulation made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 6 of the Dogs Ordinance, 1893, (Ordinance No. 5 of 1893), this 6th day of January, 1916.

No dogs brought from Shanghai will be permitted to land in this Colony for a period of six months from the 27th day of December, 1915.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

6th January, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 6. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint 2nd Lieutenant RICHARD JOHN STEVENSON, Hongkong Volunteer Reserve, to be Lieutenant, with effect from the 4th January, 1916.

6th January, 1916.

No. 7.-It is hereby notified that the post of Assistant Medical Officer, Kowloon, has been rendered vacant by the absence of Mr. PALA Dara Raj Naidu without leave or reasonable cause, with effect from the 17th December, 1915.

7th January, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 8. The following notice which appeared in the Board of Trade Journal of November, 11, 1915, is published for general information.

NEW ORDERS IN COUNCIL REGARDING MERCHANT SHIPPING.

The Board of Trade announce that owing to the increasing demands on merchant shipping in connection with the war, it has become necessary to take special steps to secure that an adequate supply of tonnage shall be available in case of necessity to meet pressing national needs.

With this object in view, two Orders in Council were made on 10th November, and their text is published on pp. 373-75 of this issue.* The first prohibits British ships from carrying cargo from one foreign port to another foreign port after 1st December unless licensed to do so. The second gives power to requisition ships for the carriage of foodstuffs and other necessaries.

The first Order lays down the principle that in this time of emergency British needs must have the first claim on British ships. It is not expected that it will be necessary to interfere with established services between foreign ports, and every effort will be made to avoid disturbing pre-existing business arrangements; but licenses must be obtained in every case in which it is desired to carry cargo in a British ship from one foreign port to another foreign port on or after 1st December, and owners and charterers concerned should apply at once to the Secretary, Ship Licensing Committee, Board of Trade, London, S.W. The members of this Committee will be gentlemen thoroughly conversant with shipping business, and Mr. Maurice Hill, K C., will act as Chairman.

The second Order gives power to the Board of Trade to requisition merchant ships in case of emergency for the carriage of foodstuffs and other necessary supplies to this country. This power will be exercised by a Requisitioning Committee of which Mr. J. H. Whitley, M.P., the Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons, will be Chairman. The Committee will be composed of gentlemen having close expert knowledge of ship- ping matters, and in order that the requisitions may not overlap, these gentlemen will so far as possible be the same as those who now advise the Transport Department of the Admiralty. The Committee's object will be to secure that tonnage shall be available in case of need for the carriage of foodstuffs, &c., and to prevent freights on such com- modities rising to prohibitive levels.

No. 9. The following Order of the King in Council is published for general information.

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE,

THE 10TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1915.

PRESENT,

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

WHEREAS a state of war exists between His Majesty and the German Emperor, the

Emperor of Austria King of Hungary, the Sultan of Turkey, and the King of the

Bulgarians:

* See Notifications Nos. 9 and 10.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 6. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint 2nd Lieutenant RICHARD JOHN STEVENSON, Hongkong Volunteer Reserve, to be Lieutenant, with effect from the 4th January, 1916.

6th January, 1916.

No. 7.-It is hereby notified that the post of Assistant Medical Officer, Kowloon, has been rendered vacant by the absence of Mr. PALA Dara Raj Naidu without leave or reasonable cause, with effect from the 17th December, 1915.

7th January, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 8. The following notice which appeared in the Board of Trade Journal of November, 11, 1915, is published for general information.

NEW ORDERS IN COUNCIL REGARDING MERCHANT SHIPPING.

The Board of Trade announce that owing to the increasing demands on merchant shipping in connection with the war, it has become necessary to take special steps to secure that an adequate supply of tonnage shall be available in case of necessity to meet pressing national needs.

With this object in view, two Orders in Council were made on 10th November, and their text is published on pp. 373-75 of this issue.* The first prohibits British ships from carrying cargo from one foreign port to another foreign port after 1st December unless licensed to do so. The second gives power to requisition ships for the carriage of foodstuffs and other necessaries.

The first Order lays down the principle that in this time of emergency British needs must have the first claim on British ships. It is not expected that it will be necessary to interfere with established services between foreign ports, and every effort will be made to avoid disturbing pre-existing business arrangements; but licenses must be obtained in every case in which it is desired to carry cargo in a British ship from one foreign port to another foreign port on or after 1st December, and owners and charterers concerned should apply at once to the Secretary, Ship Licensing Committee, Board of Trade, London, S.W. The members of this Committee will be gentlemen thoroughly conversant with shipping business, and Mr. Maurice Hill, K C., will act as Chairman.

The second Order gives power to the Board of Trade to requisition merchant ships in case of emergency for the carriage of foodstuffs and other necessary supplies to this country. This power will be exercised by a Requisitioning Committee of which Mr. J. H. Whitley, M.P., the Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons, will be Chairman. The Committee will be composed of gentlemen having close expert knowledge of ship- ping matters, and in order that the requisitions may not overlap, these gentlemen will so far as possible be the same as those who now advise the Transport Department of the Admiralty. The Committee's object will be to secure that tonnage shall be available in case of need for the carriage of foodstuffs, &c., and to prevent freights on such com- modities rising to prohibitive levels.

No. 9. The following Order of the King in Council is published for general information.

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE,

THE 10TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1915.

PRESENT,

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

WHEREAS a state of war exists between His Majesty and the German Emperor, the

Emperor of Austria King of Hungary, the Sultan of Turkey, and the King of the

Bulgarians:

* See Notifications Nos. 9 and 10.

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And whereas His Majesty holds it to be His Prerogative Duty as well as His Prero- gative Right to take all steps necessary for the Defence and Protection of the Realm:

And whereas it has been made to appear to His Majesty that it is essential to the Defence and Protection of the Realm that, in the exercise of His Prerogatives as afore- said, He should prohibit as from and after the First day of December, 1915, the carrying of cargo from any foreign port to any other foreign port by any British Steamship regis- tered in the United Kingdom exceeding 500 tons gross tonnage and whether or not such ship while carrying such cargo calls at any intermediate port within His Majesty's Dominions----unless the Owner or Charterer of such Steamship has been granted exemp- tion by Licence as hereinafter provided:

  Now, therefore, His Majesty is pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, and in exercise of His Prerogatives as aforesaid and of all other powers Him thereunto enabling, to order and it is hereby ordered that, from and after the First day of Decem- ber, 1915, no British Steamship registered in the United Kingdom exceeding 500 tons gross tonnage shall carry any cargo from any foreign port to any other foreign port--and whether or not such ship while carrying such cargo calls at any intermediate port within His Majesty's Dominions unless the Owner or Charterer of such Steamship has been granted exemption by Licence as hereinafter provided.

  And His Majesty doth hereby declare that the expression "foreign port" herein used shall mean and include any port outside His Majesty's Dominions.

  And His Majesty, by and with the advice aforesaid, and in exercise of His Preroga- tives and Powers as aforesaid, is further pleased to authorize and direct the President of the Board of Trade to appoint a Committee of persons to carry out and give effect to the provisions hereof, and that the said Committee shall have power to grant Licences of exemption therefrom to or in favour of Owners and Charterers of such Steamships as aforesaid, which Licences may be general in reference to classes of ships or their voyages or special.

  And His Majesty is further pleased to authorize the President of the Board of Trade from time to time to add other persons as members of such Committee, and to substitute as members thereof other persons for such members as may from time to time die, resign, or be or become incapable of acting thereon.

  And the President of the Board of Trade is to act and to give instructions and direc- tions accordingly.

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ALMERIC FITZROY.

  No. 10. The following Order of the King in Council is published for general information.

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE,

THE 10TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1915.

PRESENT,

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

WHEREAS a state of war exists between His Majesty and the German Emperor, the

Emperor of Austria King of Hungary, the Sultan of Turkey, and the King of the Bulgarians :

  And whereas His Majesty holds it to be His Prerogative Duty as well as His Pre- rogative Right to take all steps necessary for the Defence and Protection of the Realm:

  And whereas it has been made to appear to His Majesty that it is essential to the Defence and Protection of the Realm that all British ships registered in the United King- dom should be made liable to requisition in manner hereinafter appearing for the carriage of foodstuffs and of any other articles of commerce:

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And whereas His Majesty holds it to be His Prerogative Duty as well as His Prero- gative Right to take all steps necessary for the Defence and Protection of the Realm:

And whereas it has been made to appear to His Majesty that it is essential to the Defence and Protection of the Realm that, in the exercise of His Prerogatives as afore- said, He should prohibit as from and after the First day of December, 1915, the carrying of cargo from any foreign port to any other foreign port by any British Steamship regis- tered in the United Kingdom exceeding 500 tons gross tonnage and whether or not such ship while carrying such cargo calls at any intermediate port within His Majesty's Dominions----unless the Owner or Charterer of such Steamship has been granted exemp- tion by Licence as hereinafter provided:

  Now, therefore, His Majesty is pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, and in exercise of His Prerogatives as aforesaid and of all other powers Him thereunto enabling, to order and it is hereby ordered that, from and after the First day of Decem- ber, 1915, no British Steamship registered in the United Kingdom exceeding 500 tons gross tonnage shall carry any cargo from any foreign port to any other foreign port--and whether or not such ship while carrying such cargo calls at any intermediate port within His Majesty's Dominions unless the Owner or Charterer of such Steamship has been granted exemption by Licence as hereinafter provided.

  And His Majesty doth hereby declare that the expression "foreign port" herein used shall mean and include any port outside His Majesty's Dominions.

  And His Majesty, by and with the advice aforesaid, and in exercise of His Preroga- tives and Powers as aforesaid, is further pleased to authorize and direct the President of the Board of Trade to appoint a Committee of persons to carry out and give effect to the provisions hereof, and that the said Committee shall have power to grant Licences of exemption therefrom to or in favour of Owners and Charterers of such Steamships as aforesaid, which Licences may be general in reference to classes of ships or their voyages or special.

  And His Majesty is further pleased to authorize the President of the Board of Trade from time to time to add other persons as members of such Committee, and to substitute as members thereof other persons for such members as may from time to time die, resign, or be or become incapable of acting thereon.

  And the President of the Board of Trade is to act and to give instructions and direc- tions accordingly.

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ALMERIC FITZROY.

  No. 10. The following Order of the King in Council is published for general information.

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE,

THE 10TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1915.

PRESENT,

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

WHEREAS a state of war exists between His Majesty and the German Emperor, the

Emperor of Austria King of Hungary, the Sultan of Turkey, and the King of the Bulgarians :

  And whereas His Majesty holds it to be His Prerogative Duty as well as His Pre- rogative Right to take all steps necessary for the Defence and Protection of the Realm:

  And whereas it has been made to appear to His Majesty that it is essential to the Defence and Protection of the Realm that all British ships registered in the United King- dom should be made liable to requisition in manner hereinafter appearing for the carriage of foodstuffs and of any other articles of commerce:

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  Now, therefore, His Majesty is pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, and in exercise of His Prerogatives as aforesaid and of all other powers Him thereunto enabling, to order, and it is hereby ordered, that any British ship registered in the United Kingdom may until further order be requisitioned by and on behalf of His Ma- jesty for the carriage of foodstuffs and of any other articles of commerce, and such requisition is to take effect upon Notice of Requisition being served as hereinafter pro- vided on the Owner of any such ship:

  And His Majesty is further pleased, by and with the advice aforesaid, to authorize and direct the President of the Board of Trade to give effect to this Order by causing Notice of Requisition to be served on the Owner of any such ship:

  And His Majesty is further pleased, by and with the advice aforesaid, to declare that service of Notice of Requisition on an Owner shall be deemed sufficient and effective if served in the case of an individual Owner by being addressed to such individual Owner and left at his last-known place of business or abode, and in the case of joint Owners by being addressed to such joint. Owners and left at the last-known business addresses or places of abode of such joint Owners, and in the case of a Company or Corporation by being addressed to such Company or Corporation and left at the registered or other address of such Company or Corporation, or in. any of the aforesaid cases by being addressed to the Managing Owner, Ship's Husband, or other the person to whom the management of the ship is by law entrusted by or on behalf of the Owners, and left at the registered or other last-known address or place of abode of such Managing Owner, Ship's Husband, or other such person, as the case may be:

  And His Majesty is further pleased, by and with the advice aforesaid, to declare that any Notice of Requisition which the President of the Board of Trade may cause to be served hereunder, may be signed by any person or persons from time to time authorized for such purpose either generally or specially by the President of the Board of Trade.

  And the President of the Board of Trade is to give instructions and directions accordingly.

ALMERIC FITZROY.

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  No. 11. The following notification which appeared in the London Gazette of the 29th October, 1915, is publishe1 for general information.

FOREIGN OFFICE,

October 27, 1915.

ITALIAN PRIZE COURT,

  With reference to the notification which appeared in the London Gazette of June 22 last, His Majesty's Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs has received from Hist Majesty's Ambassador at Rome the following translations of Decrees and Regulations which have been issued with regard to the Italian Prize Court.

  In this connection reference is also made to the Regulations published in the London Gazette of the 19th inst.*

(1)

Decree of May 30, 1915, No. 807.

(TRANSLATION.)

Thomas, Duke of Genoa, Lieutenant-General of His Majesty Victor Emmanuel

III, &c.

In virtue of the authority delegated to us;

In view of Article 225 of the Code for the Mercantile Marine;

  In view of the state of war existing between the Kingdom of Italy and other European Powers, after consultation with the Council of Ministers;

* See page 592 of the Hongkong Government Gazette of the 10th December, 1915.

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  Now, therefore, His Majesty is pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, and in exercise of His Prerogatives as aforesaid and of all other powers Him thereunto enabling, to order, and it is hereby ordered, that any British ship registered in the United Kingdom may until further order be requisitioned by and on behalf of His Ma- jesty for the carriage of foodstuffs and of any other articles of commerce, and such requisition is to take effect upon Notice of Requisition being served as hereinafter pro- vided on the Owner of any such ship:

  And His Majesty is further pleased, by and with the advice aforesaid, to authorize and direct the President of the Board of Trade to give effect to this Order by causing Notice of Requisition to be served on the Owner of any such ship:

  And His Majesty is further pleased, by and with the advice aforesaid, to declare that service of Notice of Requisition on an Owner shall be deemed sufficient and effective if served in the case of an individual Owner by being addressed to such individual Owner and left at his last-known place of business or abode, and in the case of joint Owners by being addressed to such joint. Owners and left at the last-known business addresses or places of abode of such joint Owners, and in the case of a Company or Corporation by being addressed to such Company or Corporation and left at the registered or other address of such Company or Corporation, or in. any of the aforesaid cases by being addressed to the Managing Owner, Ship's Husband, or other the person to whom the management of the ship is by law entrusted by or on behalf of the Owners, and left at the registered or other last-known address or place of abode of such Managing Owner, Ship's Husband, or other such person, as the case may be:

  And His Majesty is further pleased, by and with the advice aforesaid, to declare that any Notice of Requisition which the President of the Board of Trade may cause to be served hereunder, may be signed by any person or persons from time to time authorized for such purpose either generally or specially by the President of the Board of Trade.

  And the President of the Board of Trade is to give instructions and directions accordingly.

ALMERIC FITZROY.

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  No. 11. The following notification which appeared in the London Gazette of the 29th October, 1915, is publishe1 for general information.

FOREIGN OFFICE,

October 27, 1915.

ITALIAN PRIZE COURT,

  With reference to the notification which appeared in the London Gazette of June 22 last, His Majesty's Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs has received from Hist Majesty's Ambassador at Rome the following translations of Decrees and Regulations which have been issued with regard to the Italian Prize Court.

  In this connection reference is also made to the Regulations published in the London Gazette of the 19th inst.*

(1)

Decree of May 30, 1915, No. 807.

(TRANSLATION.)

Thomas, Duke of Genoa, Lieutenant-General of His Majesty Victor Emmanuel

III, &c.

In virtue of the authority delegated to us;

In view of Article 225 of the Code for the Mercantile Marine;

  In view of the state of war existing between the Kingdom of Italy and other European Powers, after consultation with the Council of Ministers;

* See page 592 of the Hongkong Government Gazette of the 10th December, 1915.

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On the proposal of the Minister of Marine, in concert with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, of Colonies, of Justice and Worship, we have decreed and we decree:

  Article 1. The Prize Court provided for in Article 225 of the Mercantile Marine Code will have its seat in Rome, and will have authority also for the colonies.

  Article 2.---The Prize Court will be presided over by a first president of the Court of Appeal, active or retired, or by a president of a section of the Court of Cassation, active or retired.

It will be composed of the following ordinary and supplementary members:--- Ordinary members:---

(a.) An admiral.

(b.) A member of the "contentieux diplomatique."

(c.) A Counsellor of State.

(d.) The Director-General of the Mercantile Marine.

(e.) The inspector of the port captaincies.

(f.) A magistrate of the legal profession having rank not inferior to that of a

Counsellor of Court of Appeal.

In categories (a), (b), (c), and (f) a supplementary member will be selected.

Article 3.A Government commissioner will initiate the proceedings in the name of the Government, and will record his opinions. A magistrate of the public ministry of a rank not inferior to a King's procurator will act as Government commissioner. In case of absence or other impediment another magistrate of the public ministry will take his place.

The Government commissioner and the supplementary commissioner when the latter is taking the former's place have no voice in the discussions, and no vote.

Article 4.The Prize Court will be attended by a secretary, having no vote, selected from among the officials at the Amiralty, of a rank not inferior to that of commander.

The secretary will be assisted by a vice-secretary, who replaces him in case of temporary absence.

  The vice-secretary will be selected from among the officials, of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Marine, and Grace, Justice, and Worship of a rank not inferior to that of first secretary.

  Article 5.-The president, the ordinary and supplementary members of the Prize Court, the Government commissioners and the supplementary commissioners, and the secretary will be appointed by decree on the recommendation of the Ministers of Marine, Foreign Affairs, and Justice.

The vice-secretary is appointed by decree of these Ministers.

Article 6. The Prize Court will draw up, at its first sitting, rules of procedure for its future guidance. These rules will be published in the Official Gazette.

Article 7.-Five members constitute a quorum, including the president or his substitute.

The president or his substitute will have the casting vote.

Article 8.-Interested parties may present written memorials direct to the president of the Court.

Article 9.-The representatives of foreign Powers accredited to the Italian Govern- ment may address to the Government commissioner any observations which they may think advisable in the interests of their nationals.

Article 10. The decisions of the Court will include an exposition of the grounds on which they are based (sono motivate). They are not subject to appeal, opposition, or revocation, except when taken to the Supreme Court of Cassation in the terms and conditions laid down in Article 3 of the law of 31st March, 1877, No. 3761 (series 2).

Article 11.--The decisions of the Prize Court will be communicated to the Ministries

of Foreign Affairs and Marine within eight days of their pronouncement.

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Artice 12.* The expenses of the secretariat and other incidental expenses for the working and service of the Prize Court will be charged to the extraordinary funds placed at the disposal of the Ministry of Marine in consequence of the international situation.

We order that the present decree sealed with the seal of State shall be inserted. among the laws and decrees of the Kingdom of Italy, commanding all concerned to obey it and cause it to be obeyed.

Given at Rome, May 30, 1915.

THOMAS OF SAVOY.

(2)

(Decree of August 1, No. 1234.)

(TRANSLATION.)

  Article 1. The Prize Court established by our decree No. 807 of 30th May, 1915, is empowered to deal with all claims for compensation for losses presented against the State for matters pertaining to the exercise of the prize law during the present state of war.

  The proceedings leading up to a decision by the Court in such cases shall begin by the presentation of the claim to the Ministry of Marine, and shall follow the course laid down in the rules to be drawn up for this purpose in the administrative regulations of the Prize Court.

  Article 2. The following text shall be subsituted for Article 12 of our decree No. 807 of the 30th May, 1915:--

  "Article 12. The amounts of the indemnities and salaries to be paid to those consti- tuting the Prize Court and to the secretary and vice-secretary shall be fixed by decrees of the Ministry of Marine to be registered at the Audit Office under the heading of 'War Expenditure,' in the budget of the Ministry of Marine."

  Article 3. The present decree comes into force from the 30th May, 1915, the date on which the Prize Court was established in accordance with our decree of the 30th May, 1915, No. 807.

(3)

Regulations laid down by the Italian Prize Court, September 13, 1915.

(TRANSLATION.)

  Article 1. The application to exercise the right of action for obtaining compensation for losses, provided for by Article 1 of the Decree of His Majesty's Lieutenant of August 1, 1915, No. 1234, must contain: ---

(a.) The Christian and surname, or trading name, nationality and residence or

domicile of the claimant.

(b.) A summary of the circumstances on which the claim for compensation is

based.

(c.) A statement of the amount of payment claimed.

(d.) The domicile elected in Rome, indicating the person with whom or office

where domicile has been elected.

(e.) A list of the documents produced in support of the application, and a

declaration of the evidence which the claimant considers necessary. (f.) The signature of a lawyer practising at a Royal Court of Appeal furnished

with a special power of attorney.

In case of non-election of domicile notifications to the claimant are made by deposit- ing them in the office of the secretary of the Prize Court.

Article 2.-The Ministry of Marine transmits the application with all documents in support to the Government Commissioner on the Prize Court, notifying the President of the fact.

* See amended version in (2).

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45

The Government Commissioner expresses his opinion on the application and, when necessary, submits documents and suggests means for obtaining further evidence.

Article 3.--Judgment on the application is given in the form laid down by the Internal Regulations of the Prize Court for the Judgment of legality of capture, approved at the sitting of June 26,* with the following exceptions:---

(A) The Presidential Decree referred to in Article 6 of the Internal Regulations is not published in the Official Gazette, nor communicated to the Diplomatic Agents, but is immediately notified to the claimant at his elected domicile.

(B) The period laid down in Article 7 of the Internal Regulations counts from the date of such notification.

(C) The order referred to in Article 11 of the Internal Regulations is not published in the Official Gazette.

Article 4.When an application for compensation has relation to facts connected with the judgment on the legality of capture sought for or pending, and the period provided by Article 7 of the Internal Regulations has terminated, the President is authorized, after consultation with the Government Commissioner, to order the co-ordi- nation of the two judges by means of a notice to be communicated to the parties interested.

  When the application is presented after the preliminary examination into the legality of capture has been closed the co-ordination of the judgments can only take place on application from the party interested. The latter, however, in this case is not allowed to put forward proofs.

  When the application for compensation for losses has been presented after the fifth day from the closing of the preliminary examination, the order for the fusion of judg- ments may only be given on the application of the parties already constituted in the action regarding legality of capture.

  Article 5.When the Court decides that compensation for loss is due, it can order the parties to submit to an ordinary judge the decision of questions relating to the dis- tribution of the sums awarded by the Court and the existence or non-existence of debts. claimed by those who are entitled to the aforesaid sums.

  Article 6.--The application, the power of attorney and the documents produced by the claimant, as also the acts submitted by him to judgment are subjected to the provisions of the laws regarding stamps and registration. The provisions and deliberations of the Prize Court respecting compensation for loss are also subject to the provisions of such laws, provided the judgment on compensation is not co-ordinated with that on the legality of capture..

  On presenting his application the claimant should deposit with the Secretary of the Prize Court the sheets of stamped paper required for the acts to be submitted to the Court at his request. When the judgment on compensation for losses is not co-ordinated with that on the legality of capture, the claimant should also deposit the sheets of stamped paper necessary for the provisions and deliberations of the Court. The claimant must, in presenting his application, deposit with the Secretary the presumed. amount of the registration fee to which the deliberations of the Court are liable.

  The Claimant should, finally, deposit with the Secretary the sum which the latter shall judge necessary for the execution of the acts of the preliminary examination re- quired of him.

  Article 7.---In case of non-fulfilment of the provisions of the last paragraph of the preceding Article, the Commission passes judgment on the Acts as they stand: in case of non-compliance with the other provisions of the aforesaid Article and those of Article 1, the Court sitting in the Chamber of Council suspends judgment until this has been rectified.

The declaration of suspension is notified to the claimant at his elected domicile.

  Article 8.-The Court, even in cases in which it accepts the demand for compensa- tion, is empowered to allow costs wholly or in part.

* See Regulations published in the London Gazette of October 19, 1915.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

No. 12. It is hereby notified that copies of the Order made by the Governor-in- Council under Sections 3 and 4 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 32 of 1915), on the 6th day of January, 1916, and published in this issue. of the Gazette as Notification No. 2, may be obtained from the Government Printers at $1 per copy. The White Lists for China and Siam are included in the above-mentioned. Order as the First and Second Schedules.

No. 13. The following lists which appeared in the London Gazette of the 29th October, 5th and 12th November, 1915, are published for general information.

7th January, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

VESSELS DETAINED OR CAPTURED AT SEA BY HIS MAJESTY'S ARMED FORCES:

(In continuation of the previous notification published in the "Hongkong Government Gazette" of the 10th December, 1915.)

LIST OF VESSELS.

Name & Tonnage. Nationality. Where Detained. ¡

Name & Tonnage, Nationality. Where Detained.

Ayia Nikola (4) Turkish Esteburg (240)...... German

Malta

Loudou

Hamborn Hocking

Netherland. Halifax, N.S.

United

States

Halifax, N.S.

(

LIST OF SHIPS WHOSE CARGOES, OR PART OF THEM,

HAVE BEEN DETAINED.

(In continuation of the previous notification published in the "Hongkong

Government Gazette" of the 10th December, 1915.)

LIST OF VESSELS.

Name

of Vessel.

Nationality.

Cargo Detained

at

Na me of Vessel.

Nationality.

Cargo Detained

Absalon

Annie Johnsen...

Danish...... Boston

Iberia

Autwerpen

Balto......

Consul Olsson

Esrom

Florida

Gulfaxe

Heelsum

......

Swedi-h Danish......

London

Kentucky

Newcastle-on-

Tyne

Norwegian. Kirkwall

Swedish

Kikwall

Danish...... Lerwick

Danish....

Greenock

Danish...... Boston Dutch

Stornoway

Maracaibo..

Österland Prosper III. Rodfaxe Sommelsdyk Tiber...... United States Vulcan

...

Swedish Danish..... Danish... Swedish Norwegian. Danish......

Dutch

.....

Danish...

at

Lerwick Leith Lerwick Grimsby Immingham Kirkwall

The Downs Newcastle Liverpool

Danish....

Danish......

Fleetwood

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TREASURY.

   No. 14. It is hereby notified for the information of Owners and Occupiers of tenements that, under the provisions of the Rating Ordinance, 1901, (Ordinance No. 6 of 1901), Rates for the First Quarter of 1916 are payable in advance on or before the 31st January, 1916.

   If any person shall fail to pay such Rates on or before the 29th February, 1916, pro- ceedings will be taken in the Supreme Court for their recovery without further notice.

No refund of Rates in respect of vacant tenements will be granted unless such Rates have been paid during and within the month of January, nor unless application is made for such refund within fifteen days from the expiration of the quarter.

A. M. THOMSON,

Treasurer.

7th January, 1916.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

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  No. 15.-Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory Hongkong, during the month of December, 1915.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

WIND.

DATE.

AT

CLOUDI SUN-

NESS. SHINE.

RAIN.

M.S.L.

Max. Mean. Min. Rel.

Abs.

Dir. Vel.

O

ins.

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points. Miles

p.h.

30.25

68.8

65.5

60.6

.22

2,

70.5

67.3

63.9

17

72.2

3,

67.7 62.7 66

.14

72.0 67.0

61.9 66

5,

.05

69.9 65.9

64.0

6,

29.98 73.3

68.3 65.5 72

30.01

7.

73.7

69.7

67.0

GMOONNKS

56

0.35

64

7.2

E by N 13.4

63

.42

47

8.8

E

16.0

•44

I

9.7

E by S

9.8

•4+

2

9.5

E

10.0

-48

6

9.5

E by S 16.2

.50

60

5.3

E by S 14-4

75

•55

62

4.9

E by SHI.O

8,

29.98

80.1 70.9 65.2 69

.52

60

8.9

E by N 9.8

.98

69.2

66.6 58.4 63

·41

98

0.100!

N by E 17.8

9,

10,

30.09

58.8

57.1

55.1 83

.39

100

.08

II,

65.9

59.9

55.3 83

•43

100

0.070

.02

68.0

64.7

60.8

77

•47

87

0.005

12,

.00

69.3

13,

65.8 61.1 74

•47

69

1.6

.10

68.7

63.7 58.7 53

.31

12

9.9

0.600 N by E 16.2

NW by W 5.7

N by E 11.0

N

9.2

NW

6.0

14,

15.

.15 67.1

16.

.14

69.0

.19

17,

18.

.30

19,

.34

60.3

55.1

61.2 55.7 57 62.4 69.3 65.1 59.7 28 62.4 58.5 54.0 26

.31

3

9.5

56.2 62

.35

I

9.6

NE

WSW

5.6

.18

4

9.3

.13

I

9.9

49.5

41

.18

о

9.6

2.9

NNE 16.3 NNE 13.4

NE

8.0

20,

.30

62.9

57.5 51.8 49

.24

7

9.8

NE by E 8.0

.28

21,

67.9

61.0 53.9

46

.25

5

9.6

N by E 7.0

22.

.29

64.8 60.3 55.1 32

.17

7

9.7

N by E 12.1

23.

.29

61.2

57.8 51.9 48

.23

22

9.4

E by N

9.2

24,

.23

66.5

60.6 54.8 54

.29

25,

.19

68.7

26,

.17

70.7

62.3

56.0 64.8 59.2 59

53

.30

4 2

46

8.9

W by N

4.0

20

9.4

ESE

5.4

.37

72

7.8

E by S 10.5

27,

.II

64.6

61.7

58.2 79

.44

75

1.0

E by S 16.5

28,

29.99

68.7

62.9 57.9 82

•47

8

8.7

E by S

3.4

29

.96

67.6

63.3 59.9

84

.49

25

815

E by S

8.8

30,

30.06

64.8

62.7

59.0

84

·48

60

2.7

E

10.5

31,

.08

69.0

65.7

63.4

E

74

.47

93

5.0

17.5

Sum.

Sum.

Vean.

30.13 67.9 63.4 58.6 62

0.37

39 214.5

0.775

ENE 10.5

Maximum,... Mean,

Minimum,

MEANS OF 30 YEARS (1884 TO 1913 INCLUSIVE) FOR DECEMBER:

30.23

30.17

71.2 66.2

80 62.4 67.6 62.6 58.5

85

.51

82

254.4 4.900

15.1

67

.39

52

176.7

1.226

ENE

12.1

30.08

64.2 58.8 54.0 52

.29

2 I

71.9

0.000

9.1

  The rainfall for the month of December at the Botanical Gardens was 0.98 on 3 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 158 on 3 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 1s 31 on 3 days.

6th January, 1916.

T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 16.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:---

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

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  No. 15.-Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory Hongkong, during the month of December, 1915.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

WIND.

DATE.

AT

CLOUDI SUN-

NESS. SHINE.

RAIN.

M.S.L.

Max. Mean. Min. Rel.

Abs.

Dir. Vel.

O

ins.

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points. Miles

p.h.

30.25

68.8

65.5

60.6

.22

2,

70.5

67.3

63.9

17

72.2

3,

67.7 62.7 66

.14

72.0 67.0

61.9 66

5,

.05

69.9 65.9

64.0

6,

29.98 73.3

68.3 65.5 72

30.01

7.

73.7

69.7

67.0

GMOONNKS

56

0.35

64

7.2

E by N 13.4

63

.42

47

8.8

E

16.0

•44

I

9.7

E by S

9.8

•4+

2

9.5

E

10.0

-48

6

9.5

E by S 16.2

.50

60

5.3

E by S 14-4

75

•55

62

4.9

E by SHI.O

8,

29.98

80.1 70.9 65.2 69

.52

60

8.9

E by N 9.8

.98

69.2

66.6 58.4 63

·41

98

0.100!

N by E 17.8

9,

10,

30.09

58.8

57.1

55.1 83

.39

100

.08

II,

65.9

59.9

55.3 83

•43

100

0.070

.02

68.0

64.7

60.8

77

•47

87

0.005

12,

.00

69.3

13,

65.8 61.1 74

•47

69

1.6

.10

68.7

63.7 58.7 53

.31

12

9.9

0.600 N by E 16.2

NW by W 5.7

N by E 11.0

N

9.2

NW

6.0

14,

15.

.15 67.1

16.

.14

69.0

.19

17,

18.

.30

19,

.34

60.3

55.1

61.2 55.7 57 62.4 69.3 65.1 59.7 28 62.4 58.5 54.0 26

.31

3

9.5

56.2 62

.35

I

9.6

NE

WSW

5.6

.18

4

9.3

.13

I

9.9

49.5

41

.18

о

9.6

2.9

NNE 16.3 NNE 13.4

NE

8.0

20,

.30

62.9

57.5 51.8 49

.24

7

9.8

NE by E 8.0

.28

21,

67.9

61.0 53.9

46

.25

5

9.6

N by E 7.0

22.

.29

64.8 60.3 55.1 32

.17

7

9.7

N by E 12.1

23.

.29

61.2

57.8 51.9 48

.23

22

9.4

E by N

9.2

24,

.23

66.5

60.6 54.8 54

.29

25,

.19

68.7

26,

.17

70.7

62.3

56.0 64.8 59.2 59

53

.30

4 2

46

8.9

W by N

4.0

20

9.4

ESE

5.4

.37

72

7.8

E by S 10.5

27,

.II

64.6

61.7

58.2 79

.44

75

1.0

E by S 16.5

28,

29.99

68.7

62.9 57.9 82

•47

8

8.7

E by S

3.4

29

.96

67.6

63.3 59.9

84

.49

25

815

E by S

8.8

30,

30.06

64.8

62.7

59.0

84

·48

60

2.7

E

10.5

31,

.08

69.0

65.7

63.4

E

74

.47

93

5.0

17.5

Sum.

Sum.

Vean.

30.13 67.9 63.4 58.6 62

0.37

39 214.5

0.775

ENE 10.5

Maximum,... Mean,

Minimum,

MEANS OF 30 YEARS (1884 TO 1913 INCLUSIVE) FOR DECEMBER:

30.23

30.17

71.2 66.2

80 62.4 67.6 62.6 58.5

85

.51

82

254.4 4.900

15.1

67

.39

52

176.7

1.226

ENE

12.1

30.08

64.2 58.8 54.0 52

.29

2 I

71.9

0.000

9.1

  The rainfall for the month of December at the Botanical Gardens was 0.98 on 3 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 158 on 3 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 1s 31 on 3 days.

6th January, 1916.

T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 16.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:---

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1916.

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal,

Class in which renewed.

No. 179 of 1901.

31st December,

1901.

Lea and Perrins, Midland Road near Shrub Hill, Worcester, England.

31st December, 1929.

15

3rd January, 1916.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks..

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 14, 1916.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 17.

   Order made by the Governor-in-Council under Sections 3 and 4 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 32 of 1915), on the 13th day of January, 1916.

   The following rules shall be added to the rules made by the Governor-in-Council under the above Ordinance on the 6th day of January, 1916, and published in the Gazette of the 7th January, 1916-

Liquors and

opium.

Articles ex-

ported by

30. These Rules shall not apply to intoxicating liquors as defined in the Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1911, or to raw opium as defined in the Opium Ordinance, 1914.

31. Rule 7 shall not apply to letters parcels and other articles means of the exported by means of the post but the Postmaster General may in his absolute discretion refuse to forward any article posted in the Colony until the sender produces a permit to export the said article.

post

Passengers' baggage and travellers' samples.

32. Passengers' baggage containing nothing but personal effects and travellers' samples may be imported and exported without a permit or licence unless the Superintendent of Imports and Exports requires a permit to be obtained.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

13th January, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

   No. 18.--It is hereby notified that Lieutenant RICHARD JOHN STEVENSON was trans- ferred from the Hongkong Volunteer Reserve to the Engineer Company, Hongkong Volunteer Corps, with effect from the 17th December, 1914.

13th January, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 19. The following is published for general information:-

It has been decided that claims made from Hongkong against enemy Govern- ments should be presented to the Foreign Claims Office through the Colonial Office, but that claimants may subsequently communicate direct with the Foreign Claims Office as to details, i.e., form of application, completeness of claim, etc.

The Instructions to be followed in making such claims can be seen at this

Office.

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14th January, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 20.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark

has expired and that it will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 10th

day of February, 1916, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:-

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

No. 1 of 1902.

Anglo-Saxon Condensed Milk Company, 4 Bury Street, St. Mary Axe, London, England.

10th January, 1916.

10th January, 1915.

E. CARPMAEL,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. 21.---It is hereby notified for general information that Memorials of Re-entry by the Government have been registered according to law in respect of the following Lots:-New Kowloon in New Territories Survey District No. 3, Lots Nos. 791, 792, 805, 849, 851, 853, 869, 894, 941, and 1003; Tsun Wan Demarcation District No. 394, Lots Nos. 297, 305; Tung Chung Demarcation District No. 3, Lot No. 2270; Cheung Chau Lots Nos. 715, 716, and 719.

G. H. WAKEMAN,

Land Officer.

14th January, 1916.

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Vol. LXII.

DIEU

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MON DROIT

·

The Hongkong Government Gazette

Extraordinary.

Published by Authority.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1916.

The following Notification is published,

By command,

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. 22.-It is hereby notified for general information that Broomhall's Imperial Combination Code, Rubber Edition, which was previously excluded, has been added to the seven codes already authorised and may be used under the same conditions with the following exceptions, viz., it is not at present admitted in telegrams exchanged with or in transit through the Argentine Republic or Brazil or in telegrams exchanged between Italy and Extra-European countries.

18th January, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 21, 1916.

No. 2..

[L.S.]

PROCLAMATIONS.

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor

   By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice Admiral of the

same :

   Whereas by the second section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as amended by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned to be exported From the Colony of Hongkong arms ammunition and gunpowder military and naval stores and any

     articles which the Governor may judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of military or naval stores provisions or any sort of victual which may be used as food by man or any or either of such arms ammunition gunpowder stores goods or articles respectively:

   And whereas by the third section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as enacted by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned the exportation of all or any of the following articles namely arms ammunition military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor shall judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores to any country or place therein named whenever the Governor by and with the advice aforesaid shall judge such prohibition to be expedient in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-opera- tion with His Majesty's forces:

   And whereas by the fourth section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as renumbered by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may whilst any such proclamation is in force permit to be exported or to be water-borne to be so exported any particular articles or class of articles the export of which is prohibited by such proclamation to such persons and on such terms and sub- ject to such conditions and regulations if any as to the Governor may seem fit and may at any time revoke or vary the terms of any such permission:

And whereas by sub-clause (9) of clause III of the order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria-in-Council made on the 26th day of October 1896 as amended by the order of His Majesty-in-Council made on the 28th day of August 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may prohibit the export from the Colony of any article:

And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of September 1915 the exporta- tion of certain articles therein referred to from the Colony was prohibited to certain or all destinations :

And whereas by proclamations dated respectively the 1st and 29th days of October the 19th day of November and the 10th 24th and 31st days of December 1915 and the 7th day of January 1916 the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 was amended as therein stated :

ཨཱཀྑཏྟཀམཱཡམ ཡ---ཨཱ་བྷཱཡ--- -

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  And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of December 1915 the said pro- clamation of the 10th day of December 1915 was amended as therein stated:

  And whereas it is expedient that the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid should be further amended:

  And whereas the articles other than arms ammunition or military or naval stores hereinafter enumerated are articles which I with the advice aforesaid judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores:

  And whereas in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-operation with His Majesty's forces I with the advice aforesaid have deemed it expedient to prohibit the exportation of the articles hereinafter enumerated:

  Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same by and with the advice of the Executive Council of this Colony and in virtue and exercise of the aforesaid powers do by this Proclamation declare and it is hereby declared that the above- mentioned proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid be and the same is hereby further amended as follows:

(1.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all destinations. other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protecto-

rates :--

Cotton wadding;

Cotton wool;

Iron ore of all descriptions;

Railway waggons;

Soft soap.

(2.) That the heading "All manufactures and products of cotton, except cotton

lace and cotton waste" in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic Ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal, be deleted, and there be substituted therefor the heading "All manufactures and products of cotton except cotton lace, cotton wadding, cotton waste and cotton wool."*

"

(3.) That the heading "China clay (including China stone and potter's clay)

in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic Ports), Italy, Spain and Por- tugal, be deleted, and there be substituted therefor the heading "China clay (including China stone, ball clay and potter's clay)."

(4.) That the exportation of "Egg, yolk and liquid, and albumen

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be prohi- bited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic Ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal.

(5.) That the headings "Terneplates" and "Tinplates, including tin boxes and tin canisters for food packing" in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediter- ranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic Ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal, be deleted, and there be substituted therefor respectively the headings "Terneplates and all receptacles made from terneplates" and "Tinplates and all receptacles made from tinplates."

*Note that the exportation of cotton wadding, cotton waste, and cotton wool is prohibited to all

destinations other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protectorates.

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(6.) That the heading "Railway material, both fixed and rolling stock" in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic Ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal, be deleted, and there be substituted therefor the heading "Railway material, both fixed and rolling stock (except railway waggons the exportation of which is prohibited to all destinations abroad other than British Possessions and Protectorates)."

   Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 21st day of January 1916.

By Command,

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 23.

   Order made by the Governor-in-Council under Sections 3 and 4 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 32 of 1915), on the 20th day of January,

1916.

   The following rules shall be added to the rules made by the Governor-in-Council under the above Ordinance on the 6th and 13th days of January, 1916, and published in the Gazette of the 7th and 14th January, 1916, respectively :

Sugar.

Market pro- duce and live stock.

33. Rule 1 shall not apply to sugar imported in accordance with the provisions of the Sugar Convention Ordinance, 1904, and of all regula- tions made thereunder.

34. Rule 1 shall not apply to market produce or live stock,

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

20th January, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

   No. 24. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. NICHOLAS GEORGE NOLAN to be a Member of the Board of Examiners, with effect from this date.

18th January, 1916.

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(6.) That the heading "Railway material, both fixed and rolling stock" in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic Ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal, be deleted, and there be substituted therefor the heading "Railway material, both fixed and rolling stock (except railway waggons the exportation of which is prohibited to all destinations abroad other than British Possessions and Protectorates)."

   Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 21st day of January 1916.

By Command,

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 23.

   Order made by the Governor-in-Council under Sections 3 and 4 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 32 of 1915), on the 20th day of January,

1916.

   The following rules shall be added to the rules made by the Governor-in-Council under the above Ordinance on the 6th and 13th days of January, 1916, and published in the Gazette of the 7th and 14th January, 1916, respectively :

Sugar.

Market pro- duce and live stock.

33. Rule 1 shall not apply to sugar imported in accordance with the provisions of the Sugar Convention Ordinance, 1904, and of all regula- tions made thereunder.

34. Rule 1 shall not apply to market produce or live stock,

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

20th January, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

   No. 24. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. NICHOLAS GEORGE NOLAN to be a Member of the Board of Examiners, with effect from this date.

18th January, 1916.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

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No. 25.--The following addition to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled. to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 201 of the 7th May, 1915, pursuant to Ordinances No. 1 of 1884 and No. 31 of 1914, is published for general information :-

NAME.

PERSON QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATIONS.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION. (United Kingdom.)

Agnes Brymner McGregor.

"The Retreat," Peak.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of Glasgow University.

1st November, 1900.

  No. 26. The following lists which appeared in the London Gazette of the 19th and 26th November, 1915, are published for general information.

21st January, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

VESSELS DETAINED OR CAPTURED AT SEA BY HIS MAJESTY'S ARMED FORCES.

(In continuation of the previous notification published in the "Hongkong Government Gazette" of the 7th January, 1916.)

LIST OF VESSELS."

Name & Tonnage. Nationality. Where Detained.

Esrom (3208) Genesee (2899)

Danish...... United

Lerwick

States

St. Lucia

...

Name & Tonnage. Nationality. Where Detained.

Hillerod

Danish...... Fleetwood

LIST OF SHIPS WHOSE CARGOES, OR PART OF THEM, HAVE BEEN DETAINED.

(In continuation of the previous notification published in the "Hongkong

Government Gazette" of the 7th January, 1916.)

LIST OF VESSELS.

Name of Vessel.

Nationality.

Cargo Detained

at

Name of Vessel.

Nationality.

Cargo Detained

at

Calabria

British

Drottning Sophia... Swedish

Gibraltar Kirkwall

Nordfarer

Progresso

Liv

Loch Tay

...

Norwegian. Cardiff Norwegian. London

Tubantia

Danish...... Gibraltar Norwegian. Ardrossan Dutch

Falmouth

SUPREME COURT.

  No. 27.--It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof the following Companies will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the Register and the Companies will be dissolved :-

THE TUNG TAI AND COMPANY, LIMITED.

THE HANKOW LAND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, Limited. THE YUE LOONG FLOUR MILL COMPANY, LIMITED. THE YU YUEN COTTON MILL COMPANY, LIMITED.

21st January, 1916.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 28. It is hereby notified that the DEAKIN & EWING, LIMITED, Manufacturers, of 9 Parramatta Road, have by assignment become proprietors of a Letters Patent regis- tered on the 17th October, 1913, under No. 9 of 1913, by SAMUEL EWING of 9 Parramatta Road, Annadale, Sydney, in the State of New South Wales, Commonwealth of Australia.

No. 29. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

No. 152A of 1888.

17th January,

1888.

John Shaw and Sons, Halifax, York, England.

17th January,

24

1930.

Do.

Do.

24

No. 152B of 1888.

Do.

No. 152c of 1888.

Do.

Do.

Do.

24

No. 152D of 1888.

Do.

Ꭰ.

Do.

24

No. 152E of

Do.

Do.

Do.

24

1888.

No. 152F of

Do.

Do.

Do.

24

1888.

No. 1526 of

Do.

Do.

Do.

24

1888.

No. 152H of 1888.

Do.

Do.

Do.

24

17th January, 1916.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 28, 1916.

PROCLAMATIONS.

Paragraphs 2 and 4 of Proclamation No. 10 of the 12th March 1915 are hereby revoked and the following substituted therefor :--

No. 3.

[L.S.]

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

   By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same:

Whereas by sub-clause 10 of Clause III of the Order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria-in-Council made on the 26th day of October 1896 which was proclaimed in this Colony on the 5th day of August 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may by proclamation prescribe the maximum price for which any article of food may be sold by retail and that any person who after such proclamation and until it shall have been revoked shall sell any article of food at a higher price than the prices so prescribed shall be deemed guilty of an offence against the said Order and shall on conviction thereof be liable to a fine not exceed- ing 50 dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months:

   Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same do hereby pre- scribe that the maximum prices for which the following articles of food may be sold by retail shall be as follows:-

Schedule of Maximum Retail Prices.

2. Tinned Milk:-

(a.) Sweetened Condensed Milk, per

1 lb. tin,.

(b.) Unsweetened Condensed Milk,

per 1 lb. tin,

(c.) Sterilized Milk, per tin, (18ˆoz.), (d.)

per 1 litre tin, (e.) Skimmed Milk, per 1 lb. tin,....

4. Frozen Meat

""

...

罐奶

.37 有糖罐奶一磅庄每罐 三毫七仙

.25 無糖罐奶一磅庄每罐 二毫半 .25 生奶(煲滾之奶)十八兩庄每罐 二毫半 .35 牛奶(

)一列打庄每罐 三毫半 .20奶水(即無滋養料之奶一磅庄每罐二毫

The Dairy Farm prices of frozen food and other stores as

printed in the Dairy Farm price list and amended in red ink dated the 21st day of December, 1915, signed by the Chairman and Secretary of the Food Committee are the maximum retail prices of the articles enumerated in the said list. [Approved copies can be seen either at the Treasury or on the premises of the Dairy Farm Company, Limited, in Wyndham Street.]

   Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 28th day of January 1916.

By Command,

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 30. It is hereby notified that the following society has been exempted by the Governor-in-Council from registration under the Societies Ordinance, 1911, (Ordi- nance No. 47 of 1911), and its name is hereby added to the List of Exempted Societies, published in Government Notification No. 172 of 1915, under the following heading:-

20th January, 1916.

Social (Chinese). King Yi ().

No. 31. It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor-in-Council has, under Section 7 of the Holidays Ordinance, 1912, (Ordinance No. 5 of 1912), appointed Friday, the 4th day of February, 1916, to be observed as a General Holiday.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

27th January, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 32. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the Honourable Mr. LAU CHU-PAK to be a Member of the Board of Examiners, with effect from the 21st January, 1916.

24th January, 1916.

No. 33. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Dr. HERBERT GASTINEAU EARLE, M.A., M.B., (Cambridge), to be Honorary Visiting Physician to the Government Civil Hospital, during the absence on leave of Dr. GEORGE ERNEST AUBREY, M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P., M.B., B.S., (London), with effect from the 31st January, 1916.

26th January, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 34. It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to exclude the Police Magistrates' Department from the operation of the Holidays Ordi- nance, 1912, (Ordinance No. 5 of 1912), on Friday, the 4th February, 1916.

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No. 35.--The following is published for general information.

DEFENCE OF THE REALM REGULATIONS.

Passports of Passengers entering or leaving the United Kingdom.

REGULATION 14 C.

  (1.) A person coming from or intending to proceed to any place out of the United Kingdom as a passenger shall not, without the special permission of a Secretary of State, land or embark at any port in the United Kingdom unless he has in his possession a valid passport issued to him not more than two years previously, by or on behalf of the Government of the country of which he is a subject or a citizen, or, in the case of a person coming from a place outside the United Kingdom, either such a passport or some other document satisfactorily establishing his nationality and identity.

  To every such passport and document as aforesaid there must be attached a photo graph of the person to whom it relates.

In the case of British subjects resident in Ireland special permission to embark may be given by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland instead of by a Secretary of State.

(2.) If any person lands or embarks in contravention of this regulation, or if where any such special permission to land has been granted by a Secretary of State subject to any conditions, the person to whom it was granted fails to comply with any such condi- tion, he shall be guilty of a summary offence against these regulations.

(3.) For the purposes of this regulation the expression "passenger" includes any person carried on a ship other than a master or persons employed in the work or service of the ship.

A permit from the Secretary of State will only be granted in exceptional cases, e.g., where a person whether British or alien is for some reason ineligible for a passport.

A permit from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland will be issued in proper cases to British subjects resident in Ireland in lieu of a passport.

British male subjects of military age (i.e. between the ages of 18 and 41) who desire to leave the United Kingdom (a) if resident in England, Scotland or Wales must hold either a passport issued by the Foreign Office on or after November 15th, 1915, or a passport issued before November 15th, 1915, which has been vised by the Foreign Office since that date; (b) if a resident in Ireland must hold either a passport or a vised pass- port as spécified in (a) or a permit issued by the Lord Lieutenant.

No. 36.--The following extract from a telegram despatched by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs to His Majesty's Representatives abroad dated 7th November, 1915, is published for general information.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

28th January, 1916.

"SOCIÉTE SUISSE DE SURVEILLANCE ECONOMIQUE."

 An agreement has been concluded between the Allied Governments and the Swiss Government for the formation of a Société de Surveillance Economique (a body similar to Netherlands Oversea Trust) in Switzerland.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 28, 1916.

No. 35.--The following is published for general information.

DEFENCE OF THE REALM REGULATIONS.

Passports of Passengers entering or leaving the United Kingdom.

REGULATION 14 C.

  (1.) A person coming from or intending to proceed to any place out of the United Kingdom as a passenger shall not, without the special permission of a Secretary of State, land or embark at any port in the United Kingdom unless he has in his possession a valid passport issued to him not more than two years previously, by or on behalf of the Government of the country of which he is a subject or a citizen, or, in the case of a person coming from a place outside the United Kingdom, either such a passport or some other document satisfactorily establishing his nationality and identity.

  To every such passport and document as aforesaid there must be attached a photo graph of the person to whom it relates.

In the case of British subjects resident in Ireland special permission to embark may be given by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland instead of by a Secretary of State.

(2.) If any person lands or embarks in contravention of this regulation, or if where any such special permission to land has been granted by a Secretary of State subject to any conditions, the person to whom it was granted fails to comply with any such condi- tion, he shall be guilty of a summary offence against these regulations.

(3.) For the purposes of this regulation the expression "passenger" includes any person carried on a ship other than a master or persons employed in the work or service of the ship.

A permit from the Secretary of State will only be granted in exceptional cases, e.g., where a person whether British or alien is for some reason ineligible for a passport.

A permit from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland will be issued in proper cases to British subjects resident in Ireland in lieu of a passport.

British male subjects of military age (i.e. between the ages of 18 and 41) who desire to leave the United Kingdom (a) if resident in England, Scotland or Wales must hold either a passport issued by the Foreign Office on or after November 15th, 1915, or a passport issued before November 15th, 1915, which has been vised by the Foreign Office since that date; (b) if a resident in Ireland must hold either a passport or a vised pass- port as spécified in (a) or a permit issued by the Lord Lieutenant.

No. 36.--The following extract from a telegram despatched by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs to His Majesty's Representatives abroad dated 7th November, 1915, is published for general information.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

28th January, 1916.

"SOCIÉTE SUISSE DE SURVEILLANCE ECONOMIQUE."

 An agreement has been concluded between the Allied Governments and the Swiss Government for the formation of a Société de Surveillance Economique (a body similar to Netherlands Oversea Trust) in Switzerland.

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  The Swiss Society will take delivery of practically all commodities on allied lists of contraband and restricted exports for which it will be regarded as the only authorised consignee in Switzerland. It will start operations at beginning of December.

  Nothing can be consigned to the Society without the formal consent of their office at Berne being first obtained by ultimate consignee. Shippers and ship-owners are there- fore advised to require proof of such consent before making any shipments to Switzer- land of the commodities in question if they wish the goods to escape detention.

  His Majesty's Government cannot forgo right of search in respect to consignments to which particular suspicion attaches, but they hope detention will be unnecessary in all cases of goods duly consigned to the Society.

  The list of commodities which may be so consigned may vary from time to time, but › will be announced in Board of Trade Journal and in Switzerland.

SUPREME COURT.

  No. 37. It is hereby notified that during the Chinese New Year Vacation the Offices of the Supreme Court will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. from 3rd February, 1916, to 7th February, 1916, (both days inclusive), except on Public and General Holidays when the offices will be entirely closed.

HUGH A. NISBET,

28th January, 1916.

Registrar.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. 38. In continuation of Government Notification No. 286 of the 3rd August, 1914, Part III (d), the following Table shows the Standard Time at which Official Night ends and begins during the month of February, 1916:-

Date.

Feb. 1st,

Ends.

6.50 a.m.

Begins. 6.24 p.m.

Date.

Ends.

Feb. 11th, 6.45 a.m.

Begins. 6.29 p.m.

Date.

Feb. 21st,

Ends. Begins.

6.39 a.m.

6.35 p.m.

""

2nd,

6.50

6.24

12th,

6.45

6.29

="

""

""

""

""

22nd,

6.38

6.36

""

""

3rd,

6.49

6.25

""

13th, 6.44

6.30

99

""

23rd, 6.38

6.36

J

""

""

4th,

6.49

6.25

"

14th, 6.43

6,31

""

""

"

24th,

6.37

6.36

""

5th, 6.49

6.25

و,

"

15th, 6.43

6.31

""

""

59

25th, 6.36

6.36

"2

"7

6th, 6.48

6.26

""

""

""

""

16th, 6.43

6.31

"9

""

26th, 6.36

6.36

99

7th, 6.48

6.26

""

""

29

""

17th, 6.42

6.32

""

""

27th,

6.35

6.37

""

8th, 6.47

6.27

18th, 6.42

6.32

28th,

6.34

6.38

39

""

""

""

""

""

9th, 6.47

6.27

19th, 6.41

6.33

""

99

""

""

"

""

29th,

6.34

6.38

97

"

10th, 6.46

6.28

39

"2

""

20th, 6.40

6.34

""

""

28th January, 1916.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

LAND OFFICE.

  No. 39.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Government on Aberdeen Inland Lot No. 5 has been registered in the Land Office according to law.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 28, 1916. 65

  The Swiss Society will take delivery of practically all commodities on allied lists of contraband and restricted exports for which it will be regarded as the only authorised consignee in Switzerland. It will start operations at beginning of December.

  Nothing can be consigned to the Society without the formal consent of their office at Berne being first obtained by ultimate consignee. Shippers and ship-owners are there- fore advised to require proof of such consent before making any shipments to Switzer- land of the commodities in question if they wish the goods to escape detention.

  His Majesty's Government cannot forgo right of search in respect to consignments to which particular suspicion attaches, but they hope detention will be unnecessary in all cases of goods duly consigned to the Society.

  The list of commodities which may be so consigned may vary from time to time, but › will be announced in Board of Trade Journal and in Switzerland.

SUPREME COURT.

  No. 37. It is hereby notified that during the Chinese New Year Vacation the Offices of the Supreme Court will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. from 3rd February, 1916, to 7th February, 1916, (both days inclusive), except on Public and General Holidays when the offices will be entirely closed.

HUGH A. NISBET,

28th January, 1916.

Registrar.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. 38. In continuation of Government Notification No. 286 of the 3rd August, 1914, Part III (d), the following Table shows the Standard Time at which Official Night ends and begins during the month of February, 1916:-

Date.

Feb. 1st,

Ends.

6.50 a.m.

Begins. 6.24 p.m.

Date.

Ends.

Feb. 11th, 6.45 a.m.

Begins. 6.29 p.m.

Date.

Feb. 21st,

Ends. Begins.

6.39 a.m.

6.35 p.m.

""

2nd,

6.50

6.24

12th,

6.45

6.29

="

""

""

""

""

22nd,

6.38

6.36

""

""

3rd,

6.49

6.25

""

13th, 6.44

6.30

99

""

23rd, 6.38

6.36

J

""

""

4th,

6.49

6.25

"

14th, 6.43

6,31

""

""

"

24th,

6.37

6.36

""

5th, 6.49

6.25

و,

"

15th, 6.43

6.31

""

""

59

25th, 6.36

6.36

"2

"7

6th, 6.48

6.26

""

""

""

""

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6.32

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27th,

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6.37

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8th, 6.47

6.27

18th, 6.42

6.32

28th,

6.34

6.38

39

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9th, 6.47

6.27

19th, 6.41

6.33

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99

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29th,

6.34

6.38

97

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10th, 6.46

6.28

39

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20th, 6.40

6.34

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28th January, 1916.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

LAND OFFICE.

  No. 39.-It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Government on Aberdeen Inland Lot No. 5 has been registered in the Land Office according to law.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 28, 1916.

   No. 40.--It is hereby notified for general information that Memorials of Re-entry by the Crown on the following Lots in the Northern District of the New Territories, namely:----

Demarcation District.

36.

106.

111.

129.

144.

161.

164.

281.

Lot No.

290, 573, 694, 1208B and 1209в.

623A.

542.

2598, 2819 and 2933.

85, 89, 99, 100, 105, 126, 128, 130, 135,

140, 147 and 148.

272 and 293.

15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 54. 453.

San Lung Wai.

Tai Tong.

Kam Tin Pak Pin.

Wing Ning Wai.

Tai Po Tin.

Ku Tung.

Sha Kong Wai.

have been registered according to law.

22.

19.

132.

9.

18.

11.

44, 117 and 140.

28th January, 1916.

G. H. WAKEMAN,

Land Officer.

No. 6.

SOIT QUI MAL

Vol. LXII.

DIEU

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MON DROITS

The Hongkong Government Gazette

Extraordinary.

Published by Authority.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1916.

The following Notifications are published,

By command,

CLA UD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 41. The lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as the 1st and 2nd Schedules to the Rules made under the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, and published as Notification No. 2 in the Gazette of the 7th January, 1916, are hereby amended as follows:--

China.

Add the following:-

Aird & Skinner, Drs.

Amoy Electric Light & Power Co., Amoy.

Astor Drapery Store.

Au Chic Parisien.

Awards Dispensary.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 29, 1916.

Ban Lam Drug Stores.

Band, F., Peking. Bansuiken, Shanghai. Bell, G. E., Kiungchow.

Bergmann, Edward.

Birchal & Co., (Typewriters). Birchal, E. F.

Bland, H. E.

British & Chinese Dispensary. British Chambers of Commerce. Burkhardt, Amaidani & Co.

Calvitis & Co., G.

Cary & Co., Canton.

Chee Hsin Cement Works, Tientsin.

Chefoo Pharmacy, Chefoo.

Chi Hing Hairnet Co., Chefoo.

Ching Kong & Co., H., Chefoo.

Chujudo & Co., Newchwang.

Chuma & Co., Newchwang.

Compagnie Commerciale d'Extrême Orient. Customs Club, Amoy.

Dos Remedios, A. G., Shanghai.

Dong Sing Wo & Co., Shanghai.

Dreyfus & Frères, Edmond, Shanghai. Dunne, T. E.

Eastman & Co.

Foreign and China Dispensary.

Fukin & Co.

Gabhai & Co., M. N.

Gakuvodo Mori, Canton.

Ging Chong Hang & Co.

Great Eastern Co., Ltd., Shanghai.

Hankow Club, Limited.

Hankow Ice Works.

Hankow Race Club and Recreation Ground, Limited.

Hankow Wharf & Godown Co., Limited.

Hsing Kee.

Huntley & Palmer.

Industrial Trading Co., Chefoo.

Ivy and Robinson, Drs.

Jan Siü Tong, Amoy. Jun Chee, Tientsin."

Kai See & Co., Amoy.

Kaitendo & Co., Newchwang. Kansaki & Co., Newchwang. Karimbaksh, H. A. J.

Lam Fong Drug Co., Amoy.

Lim Chin Tsong & Co., Amoy.

Ling Chong Cycle Co.

Loa Hai Shing, Shanghai.

Lu Si U (Foochow Pharmacy), Foochow.

Malcampo & Co., Amoy.

Mee Cheang Studio, Amoy.

Miller, E. D., Canton.

Murphy, J. R., (Dowler, Forbes & Co.).

Nabholz & Co.

Naval College, Pagoda, Foochow.

Noor, Mahomed & Co., Madji.

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Omi & Co., Newchwang.

Oriental Cigarette Co.

Quan Hang Shing, Canton.

Reiss & Co., Hugo.

Rintai Stores, Mukden.

Rosario & Co., (Coffin Fittings).

Roth & Co., B.

Russian and Mukden Trading Company.

Seng Kee, Amoy.

Shanghai General Store.

Shanghai-Nanking Railway.

Shantung Drug Store, Chefoo.

Silbermann & Co., (Drapers' Sundries).

Sing, A., Shanghai.

Sing Chong & Co.

Sino-Swiss Commercial Co.

Sit Heng & Co., Amoy.

Smith, Edwin R., D.D.S.

Sui Chong and Shun.

Sung Hồng Dai.

Tan Seong Chee & Co., Amoy.

Tek Shun Hing, Chefoo.

Tong Seng & Co., Amoy.

Tonglin & Co., Canton."

Tsu, Nicolas, Engineering Works.

Veuve, A., (Catoire).

Warren & Co., C. E., Canton.

Winsner & Co., P. F.

Winteler, M.

Woods, J.

Yee Qwan & Co., Amoy.

Yuen Cheong & Co., Shanghai. Yuen Tung Lee.

Zi-ka-wei Press.

For

99

""

51

Anglo-Chinese Eastern Trading

Company.

Astor House Hotel Company. Azaidian, Jacques.

Bow On Drug Stores, Canton.

Brandt, A. C.

read Anglo-Chinese Eastern Company, Limited,

喃喃

Harbin.

Astor House Hotel Company, Shanghai. Azadian, Jacques.

#

Bow On Drug Company, Canton.

""

Bridges, H.

Butler, A.

333

""

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Caldbeck, MacGregor.

Canadian Pacific.

Chapeaux.

Charrey.

China Agents Company.

Chinese Electric Light & Power

Company.

Ching Chang Jen, Tientsin.

Ching Chong Hung & Co., Chefoo. Coghlan, H. H.

Brandt, A. L.

Bridges, H., (S. L. Behrens & Co.).

""

Butler, A., (Cement Tile Works).

""

Caldbeck, MacGregor & Co.

"

2 2 2

99

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Canadian Pacific Railway Co.

Chapeaux, (Society Orientale de gourrures et

peaux).

Charrey, Peking.

China Agents Company, (T. M. Yates).

Chinese Electric Light & Power Company, Pe-

king.

Ching Cheng Jen, Tientsin.

Ching Chong Hung & Co., Chefoo and Shanghai. Coghlan, H. H., (Paul Sussmann & Co.).

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99

A

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Emens Co., W. S.

Esenman & Smith, Drs.

read Emens & Co., Ltd., W. S.

"

""

Isenman & Smith, Drs, Shanghai.

35

Farley, W. A.

""

Farley, W. A., (Huntley & Palmer).

A

Fengtien District Inspectorate and Salt

Revenue.

""

Fengtien District Inspectorate of Salt Revenue.

Fokhien Mercantile Co.

Foochow Dock & Arsenal,

Fokhien Mercantile Co., Foochow.

Foochow Dock & Arsenal (at Pagoda Anchorage).

Grimshaw, R., (Hinrichsen & Co.).

Grundy, R., (Jaffe & Co.).

Honvenier, (Mason, Scheidler & Co.).

Hewett & Co., W.

""

""

Hsin Kong & Co.

**

Jim Ann Dispensary, Swatow.

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Grimshaw, R.

""

"

Grundy, R.

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Hewitt & Co., W.

""

Houvenier-Mason, Scheidler & Co.

39

Hsin Kong.

Jin Ann Dispensary, Swatow.

Kong Yik

A

Koosnetzoff & Co., A., Shanghai,

notton Spinning and

Weaving Company.

(Successor to Alexis Goobkin).

55

""

Lau, E. C.

Law, H, D.

""

""

Leeds, E. S.

Lowe, F. H.

""

33

Luk Wo & Co.,

Canton.

""

""

Macey & Co.

""

Magasin français d'Alimentation.

35

Medical Hall, L. P.

Mercantile Bank.

""

99

,

Moutrie & Co., S.

""

""

Nanking Dispensary.

""

Nielsen and Winter (China Engineering

""

549

Co., Ltd.).

Norbury & Co.

Oriental Dispensary.

Petersen & Co. Pilcher, H. W.

Rigge, H. E.

Scotson, T.

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Shun Chee, Tientsin.

""

South Manchurian Railway Company.

Speyer, C.

**

Vicajee & Co., P.

White, David.

::

Whitham, R. P.

""

Yuen Tah & Co., Tientsin.

Za Chong Shun.

""

""

""

Kung Yik Cotton Spinning and Weaving Com-

pany.

Trading Co., The, Hankow, (the successors to Alexis Goobkin, A. Koosnetzoff & Co.).

Lan, E. C., Foochow.

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Law & Co., H. D.

""

""

Leeds, E. S., Newchwang.

Lowe, F. H., (Brigg Newmann & Co.).

Luk Wo & Co. (The Luk Wo Dispensary),

Canton.

Macey & Co., G. H.

Magasin français d'Alimentation, (M. Colomb).

Medical Hall, L. P., Foochow.

Mercantile Bank of India, Ltd.

Moutrie & Co., Limited, S.

Nanking Dispensary, Nanking.

Nielsen and Winther, (China Engineering Co.,

Ltd.), Hankow.

Norbury & Co., F. J.

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Oriental Dispensary, Shanghai.

งง

Petersen & Co., Hankow.

Pilcher, H. W., (John Burnham & Co., and M.

Hertz & Co.).

Rigge, H. E., (John Bottom & Co., Ltd., & Scharff

& Co.).

Scotson, T., (Schloss & Co.).

Shun Chee & Co., Tientsin.

South Manchuria Railway Company.

Speyer, C., (Sir J. Behrens & Sons).

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Vicajee & Co., F.

White, David, (A. Beer Sons and Simon). Whitham, R. P., (Thos. G. Hill & Co.).

Yuen Tah & Co., Shanghai.

""

Za Chong Shun, Shanghai.

Delete the following name :--

Jai Tai Chang, Shanghai.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 29, 1916.

Add the following:-

Asow & Co., Y., Bangkok.

Babu, Renong.

Siam.

Bagawie, S. M., Bangkok. Ban Eik, Renong.

Ban Eng, Renong. Ban Lee Moh, Krabi, Ban Seng Un, Krabi. Bean Getan, Renong. Boay Lye, Pangnga. Buk Sua, Pangnga.

Chapman, W. P., Bangkok.

Chiang Hak, Bangkok.

Chong Lye Chan, Renong.

Chong Phye, Pangnga.

Chong Sen, Bangkok.

Chung Chin Yuen & Co., Bangkok.

Eh Kee, Bangkok.

Guan Eng, Renong.

Hak Heng Lee, Bangkok.

Harrison, Frank A., Puket and Pangnga.

Heap Aik, Renong.

Ho Hin, Pangnga.

Ho Huat, Renong.

Hock Cheang, Pangnga.

Hock Chuan, Krabi.

Hock Ho, Renong.

Hock Kee, Renong.

Hong Bee, Renong.

Hong Guan, Pangnga.

Hong Moh, Renong.

Hooi Lam Chong, Pangnga.

Joo Chye Kee, Bangkok.

Joo Guan, Renong.

Joo Phek, Pangnga.

Kean Heng Lee, Bangkok.

Kean Lee Chan, Bangkok.

Kean Seng, Krabi.

Kee, E. H., Bangkok.

Kho On (Khoon Seng), Bangkok.

King Chan, Bangkok.

Lee Kin, Renong.

Li Kor, Pangnga.

Lim Hean Kheng, Renong.

Lim Hean Swee, Renong,

Lim Toh Choo, Renong.

Long Ann, Bangkok.

Long Heng Lee, Bangkok.

Meng Hong, Bangkok.

Michellis & Drimitrellis, Bangkok.

Mong Hoa, Bangkok.

Nai Siu (Phasadu Usamayon), Bangkok.

Nakhoda Osmanbhai Amirbhai & Co., Bangkok.

Neo Choo, Pangnga.

Ni Lye Hong, Pangnga.

On Wo, Bangkok.

Ooi Chay, Renong.

Osawa & Co., J., Bangkok.

Phasadu Usamayon, Bangkok.

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Rong Pim Nangsu Pim Thai Mai, Bangkok.

Rosenberg, M., Bangkok.

Royal Siamese State Railways.

Seng Hin, Renong.

Seng Teik Pangnga. Siamese Southern Railway. Sin Kheng Leong, Renong. Soy Ying Yuen, Bangkok. Swee Seang, Pangnga.

Tan Choon Lim, Renong.

Tan Soon Cheang, Renong.

Teck Seng (Wat Tuk, Bangkok).

Teik Bee, Pangnga.

Teik Thye Heng Hoe, Pangnga.

Teo Ban Hong, Bangkok.

Un Cheong, Krabi,

Wing Seng Long & Co., Bangkok.

Yee Long, Bangkok.

Yeoh Keow, Renong.

Yong Guan Hong, Bangkok.

Abdool Rahim, H., Bangkok.

Ban Hong, Puket.

Dickinson & Co., John.

Goh Yong Chua, Bangkok.

read Rahim, Abdool H., Bangkok.

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Han Fook Seng, Bangkok.

22

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Kwong Hoa Siang, Bangkok.

""

39

Leong Hin, Bangkok.

39

Seng Lee, Trang.

Ban Hong, Puket and Pangnga.

Dickinson, John & Co.

Goh Vong Chua, Bangkok.

Han Fook Seng, Bangkok, (also written Thien

Fook Seng).

Kweng Hoa Siang, Bangkok, (also written

Kwong Hoa Chiang),

""

Leong Hin, Bangkok and Krabi.

29

Seng Lee, Bangkok and Trang.

Delete the following name:---

See Kak Dispensary, Bangkok.

 No. 42. It is hereby notified, with reference to Government Notification No. S. 112 of the 14th May, 1915, that information has been received from the Consul-General for the Netherlands-India to the effect that the sanitary measures imposed in Netherlands- India against arrivals from Hongkong have been withdrawn.

29th January, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

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For

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 29, 1916.

Rong Pim Nangsu Pim Thai Mai, Bangkok.

Rosenberg, M., Bangkok.

Royal Siamese State Railways.

Seng Hin, Renong.

Seng Teik Pangnga. Siamese Southern Railway. Sin Kheng Leong, Renong. Soy Ying Yuen, Bangkok. Swee Seang, Pangnga.

Tan Choon Lim, Renong.

Tan Soon Cheang, Renong.

Teck Seng (Wat Tuk, Bangkok).

Teik Bee, Pangnga.

Teik Thye Heng Hoe, Pangnga.

Teo Ban Hong, Bangkok.

Un Cheong, Krabi,

Wing Seng Long & Co., Bangkok.

Yee Long, Bangkok.

Yeoh Keow, Renong.

Yong Guan Hong, Bangkok.

Abdool Rahim, H., Bangkok.

Ban Hong, Puket.

Dickinson & Co., John.

Goh Yong Chua, Bangkok.

read Rahim, Abdool H., Bangkok.

""

19

Han Fook Seng, Bangkok.

22

99

Kwong Hoa Siang, Bangkok.

""

39

Leong Hin, Bangkok.

39

Seng Lee, Trang.

Ban Hong, Puket and Pangnga.

Dickinson, John & Co.

Goh Vong Chua, Bangkok.

Han Fook Seng, Bangkok, (also written Thien

Fook Seng).

Kweng Hoa Siang, Bangkok, (also written

Kwong Hoa Chiang),

""

Leong Hin, Bangkok and Krabi.

29

Seng Lee, Bangkok and Trang.

Delete the following name:---

See Kak Dispensary, Bangkok.

 No. 42. It is hereby notified, with reference to Government Notification No. S. 112 of the 14th May, 1915, that information has been received from the Consul-General for the Netherlands-India to the effect that the sanitary measures imposed in Netherlands- India against arrivals from Hongkong have been withdrawn.

29th January, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

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No. 4.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 5, 1916.

PROCLAMATIONS.

[L.S.]

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same:

Whereas by section 189 of the Army Act it is enacted that where the Governor of a Colony in which any of His Majesty's forces are serving declares at any time or times that by reason of the imminence of active service or of the recent existence of active service it is necessary for the public service that the forces in the Colony should be temporarily subject to the said Act as if they were on active service then on the publica- tion in general orders of any such declaration the forces to which the declaration applies shall be deemed to be on active service for the period mentioned in the declaration so that the period mentioned in any one declaration do not exceed three months from the date thereof :

   And Whereas by declaration made on the 5th day of August 1914 it was declared by Proclamation published in the Government Gazette Extraordinary dated the 5th day of August 1914 to be necessary for the public service that His Majesty's forces in the Colony be subject to the said Act for the period of three months from the date thereof as if they were on active service:

   And Whereas by a Proclamation made on the 4th day of November 1914 the said declaration was renewed for a period of three months from the said 4th day of November 1914:

   And Whereas by a Proclamation made on the 3rd day of February 1915 the said declaration was renewed for a period of three months from the said 3rd day of February 1915:

And Whereas by a Proclamation made on the 30th day of April 1915 the said decla- ration was renewed for a period of three months from the 3rd day of May 1915:

And Whereas by a Proclamation made on the 30th day of July 1915 the said decla- ration was renewed for a period of three months from the 3rd day of August 1915:

And Whereas by a Proclamation made on the 29th day of October 1915 the said declaration was renewed for a period of three months from the 3rd day of November 1915:

And Whereas the said period of three months will expire on the 3rd day of February 1916 Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same being of opinion that the necessity of His Majesty's forces in the Colony being subject to the said Act continues do hereby declare that by reason of the imminence of active service it is necessary for the public service that His Majesty's forces in this Colony be subject to the said Act for the further period of three months from and after the 3rd day of February 1916.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 2nd day of February 1916.

*

By Command,

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 5, 1916.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

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No. 43.

 Regulations made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 62 (e) and (f) of the Opium Ordinance, 1914, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1914), this 2nd day of February, 1916.

The regulations made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 62 (e) and (f) of the Opium Ordinance, 1914, and published on page 410 of the " Regulations of Hong- kong, 1914," as amended by the regulations made by the Governor-in-Council under the said Ordinance on the 22nd July, 1915, and published in the Gazette of the 23rd July, 1915, and as further amended by the regulations made by the Governor-in-Council under the said Ordinance on the 10th December, 1915, and published in the Gazette of the 10th December, 1915, are hereby repealed and the following substituted therefor :----

1. The qualities of prepared opium sold shall be known as Kamshan opium,

Hongkong opium, Persian opium and Dross opium.

2. Kamshan opium shall be sold in tins weighing 3 taels at the rate of $35 a

tin payable in bank notes.

3. Hongkong opium shall be sold at the rate of $11.50 a tael payable in bank

notes.

1. Persian opium shall be sold at the rate of $9 a tael payable in bank notes. 5. Dross opium shall be sold at the rate of $4 a tael payable in bank notes.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

2nd February, 1916.

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 44. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ERNEST VINCENT CARPMAEL to act as Deputy Registrar and Accountant of the Supreme Court, in addition to his other duties, with effect from the 25th January, 1916.

2nd February, 1916.

No. 45. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. CHARLES ALEXANDER DICK MELBOURNE and Mr. ERNEST VINCENT CARPMAEL to be Deputy Registrars of the Supreme Court of Hongkong, In Prize, with effect from the 25th January, 1916.

2nd February, 1916.

No. 46. His Majesty the King has been pleased to appoint Mr. ERNEST HAMILTON SHARP, K.C., to be an Unofficial Member of the Executive Council vice the late Mr. EDBERT ANSGAR HEWETT, C.M.G., with effect from this date.

1st February, 1916.

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NOTICES.

No. 47.

   Order made under Section 3 of the Unclaimed Balances Ordinance, 1885, (Ordinance No. 1 of 1885).

   I, Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY, Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same, in virtue of the powers conferred on me by section 3 of the aforesaid Ordinance, hereby order that the following unclaimed sums of money in the Treasury be transferred to the General Revenue of the Colony, subject to the provisions of the said Ordinance as to refund if claimed after such transfer, viz.:--

1. $5 paid on 1st June, 1906, by one CHAN YAU being a deposit in respect of

purchase of Crown Land at Ping Chau, Southern District.

2. $31 paid in April, 1907, being balance of moneys levied by distraint on the SHING YUEN shop of Cheung Chau under judgment in Action. No. 67 of 1907 in the Southern District Land Office.

3. $9 paid in August, 1907, being balance on moneys levied by distraint on the property of one WONG TUNG SHAU of Cheung Chau under judgment in Action No. 144 of 1907 in the Southern District Land Office.

4. $10 paid on 7th April, 1908, by two persons FUNG HON PAK and WONG LAI SANG jointly being a deposit in respect of purchase of Crown Land near Tsun Wan.

5. $1 paid on 21st February, 1910, by one IP SUN being a deposit in respect of purchase of Crown Land at Kowloon East Southern District 3 adjoining Lot No. 762 Southern District.

6. $3 paid on 21st February, 1910, by one U KAM being a deposit in respect of purchase of Crown Land at Kowloon East Southern District 3 North of Lot No. 1004 Southern District.

   In accordance with section 8 of the aforesaid Ordinance, any claimant to the moneys may present a petition on that behalf to the Supreme Court against the Attorney General as respondent thereto.

Any claimant who has a moral claim may present a petition in writing to the Governor-in-Council praying for payment of any such sums and any order made by the Governor-in-Council thereon shall be a bar to the extent of any payment made under such order to any subsequent claim against the Crown to the same sum.

Given under my hand this 1st day of February, 1916.

Government House, Hongkong.

F. H. MAY,

Governor, &c.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

   No. 48.-It is hereby notified for general information that all persons of Non- Asiatic race passing through Hongkong should have passports.

No. 49. It is hereby notified that no ladies or children will be permitted to dis- embark in Egypt without special leave of the General Officer Commanding, Egypt, which is only given to ladies of Egyptian nationality and to wives of British Officers and Officials resident in Soudan.

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   No. 50. It is hereby notified that the street adjoining the Northern boundary of Inland Lot No. 2093 and extending from Ship Street in a Westerly direction towards Inland Lot No. 199 will be known as Schooner Street.

5th February, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

SUPREME COURT.

   No. 51.-It is hereby notified that, by command of His Excellency the Governor, and pursuant to the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, an Election of a Member to the Sanitary Board will take place at the City Hall on Friday, the 18th day of February, 1916, commencing at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.

The following persons will be entitled to vote at the election, that is to say:

Such persons as are included in either of the Jurors Lists referred to in section 7 (3) of the Jury Ordinance, 1887, and also the following persons exempted from serving as jurors, that is to say :-unofficial members of the Executive or of the Legislative Council; barristers and solicitors on the roll of the Supreme Court; duly qualified medical practitioners; dentists in actual practice in the Colony; persons registered under the Pharmacy Ordinances, 1908-1914; clergymen of the Church of England, Roman Catholic priests, ministers of any congregation of Protestant dissenters or of Jews functioning in the Colony; the masters of any school other than a vernacular school in the Colony; the professors, lecturers and other academic officers of the University of Hongkong; the editors, sub-editors and reporters of any daily newspaper published in the Colony; pilots licensed under the Pilots Ordinance, 1904; and persons of sound mind who have previously been included in either of the said Jurors Lists but have been removed therefrom on account of age or infirmity.

   The election will be conducted in accordance with the Rules contained in Schedule C to the above named Ordinance.

The name of every Candidate shall be nominated in writing by one Elector and seconded by another and the said Nominations delivered to the Registrar of the Supreme Court not less than four clear days before the day fixed for the election.

   Every Nomination shall be personally handed to the Registrar by the Candidate or his Nominator or Seconder.

   In the event of the election being contested voting will commence immediately after the Nominations have been read and continue until 6 p.m., when the ballot-box will be closed.

5th February, 1916.

HUGH A. NISBET, Registrar.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 52. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

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   No. 50. It is hereby notified that the street adjoining the Northern boundary of Inland Lot No. 2093 and extending from Ship Street in a Westerly direction towards Inland Lot No. 199 will be known as Schooner Street.

5th February, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

SUPREME COURT.

   No. 51.-It is hereby notified that, by command of His Excellency the Governor, and pursuant to the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, an Election of a Member to the Sanitary Board will take place at the City Hall on Friday, the 18th day of February, 1916, commencing at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.

The following persons will be entitled to vote at the election, that is to say:

Such persons as are included in either of the Jurors Lists referred to in section 7 (3) of the Jury Ordinance, 1887, and also the following persons exempted from serving as jurors, that is to say :-unofficial members of the Executive or of the Legislative Council; barristers and solicitors on the roll of the Supreme Court; duly qualified medical practitioners; dentists in actual practice in the Colony; persons registered under the Pharmacy Ordinances, 1908-1914; clergymen of the Church of England, Roman Catholic priests, ministers of any congregation of Protestant dissenters or of Jews functioning in the Colony; the masters of any school other than a vernacular school in the Colony; the professors, lecturers and other academic officers of the University of Hongkong; the editors, sub-editors and reporters of any daily newspaper published in the Colony; pilots licensed under the Pilots Ordinance, 1904; and persons of sound mind who have previously been included in either of the said Jurors Lists but have been removed therefrom on account of age or infirmity.

   The election will be conducted in accordance with the Rules contained in Schedule C to the above named Ordinance.

The name of every Candidate shall be nominated in writing by one Elector and seconded by another and the said Nominations delivered to the Registrar of the Supreme Court not less than four clear days before the day fixed for the election.

   Every Nomination shall be personally handed to the Registrar by the Candidate or his Nominator or Seconder.

   In the event of the election being contested voting will commence immediately after the Nominations have been read and continue until 6 p.m., when the ballot-box will be closed.

5th February, 1916.

HUGH A. NISBET, Registrar.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 52. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

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Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

No. 2 of 1902.

30th January, 1902.

31st January, 1916.

Brunner Mond and Company, Limited, of Winnington, Northwich, in the County of Chester, England.

30th January, 1930.

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E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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PROCLAMATIONS.

No. 5.

[L.S.]

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

  By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same:

  Whereas by the second section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as amended by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive, Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned to be exported from the Colony of Hongkong arms ammunition and gunpowder military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor may judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of military or naval stores provisions or any sort of victual which may be used as food by man or any or either of such arms ammunition. gunpowder stores goods or articles respectively :

  And whereas by the third section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as enacted by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned the exportation of all or any of the following articles namely arms ammunition military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor shall judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores to any country or place therein named whenever the Governor by and with the advice aforesaid shall judge such prohibition to be expedient in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-opera- tion with His Majesty's forces:

  And whereas by the fourth section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as renumbered by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may whilst any such proclamation is in force permit to be exported or to be water-borne to be so exported any particular articles or class of articles the export of which is prohibited by such proclamation to such persons and on such terms and sub- ject to such conditions and regulations if any as to the Governor may seem fit and may at any time revoke or vary the terms of any such permission :

  And whereas by sub-clause (9) of clause III of the order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria-in-Council made on the 26th day of October 1896 as amended by the order of His Majesty-in-Council made on the 28th day of August 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may prohibit the export from the Colony of any article:

  And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of September 1915 the exporta- tion of certain articles therein referred to from the Colony was prohibited to certain or all destinations:

  And whereas by proclamations dated respectively the 1st and 29th days of October the 19th day of November and the 10th 24th and 31st days of December 1915 and the 7th and 21st days of January 1916 the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 was amended as therein stated:

  And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of December 1915 the said pro- clamation of the 10th day of December 1915 was amended as therein stated :

  And whereas it is expedient that the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid should be further amended:

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 And whereas the articles other than arms ammunition or military or naval stores. hereinafter enumerated are articles which I with the advice aforesaid judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores:

 And whereas in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-operation with His Majesty's forces I with the advice aforesaid have deemed it expedient to prohibit the exportation of the articles hereinafter enumerated:

 Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same by and with the advice of the Executive Council of this Colony and in virtue and exercise of the aforesaid powers do by this Proclamation declare and it is hereby declared that the above- mentioned proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid be and the same is hereby further amended as follows:-

(1.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all destina-

tions:-

Magnesite, caustic or lightly calcined, and dead burnt magnesite; Magnesium and its alloys.

(2.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all destina- tions other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Pro- tectorates:

Beeswax. Pepper.

(3.) That the following heading be included in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal :-

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'All articles which are wholly or mainly manufactured of copper or its alloys and which are not at present prohibited to be exported to any destination."

(4.) That the exportation of the following articles be prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal:--

Silica bricks.

(5.) That the following heading, i.e. :-

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Oleaginous nuts, seeds and products, namely:-

Castor beans;

Coconuts;

Copra ;

Cotton seed;

Ground nuts, earth nuts, or pea nuts (Arachides);

Hempseed;

Linseed;

Palm nuts and palm kernels;

Poppy seeds;

Rape or colza seed;

Sesame seed;

Soya beans;

Sunflower seed;

in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign ports in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than those of France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal be deleted.

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(6.) That the heading "Oleaginous nuts, seeds, kernels and products" in the

list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to Spain be deleted.

(7.) That the following section be added:--

E.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all foreign destinations other than France, Italy, and Russia (except through Baltic ports):-

"All oleaginous nuts, seeds, kernels and products."

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 11th day of February 1916.

No. 6.

[L.S.]

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

By Command,

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary

GOD SAVE THE KING.

   By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same:

Whereas by a notification dated the 7th day of December 1915 the Board of Trade acting on behalf of His Majesty and in pursuance of the powers reserved in the Procla- mations therein recited did revoke the licence granted on the 4th day of November 1914 relating to the payment of fees for obtaining the grant or renewal of Patents or for obtain- ing the registration or renewal of registration of Designs or Trade Marks in an enemy country or on behalf of an enemy and did thereby give and grant a licence relating to the same matters in the terms therein stated:

   And whereas by Royal Proclamation relating to Trading with the Enemy dated the 8th day of October 1914 it was declared as follows:-

"The power to grant licences on our behalf vested by paragraph 8 of the Trad- ing with the Enemy Proclamation No. 2 in a Secretary of State may be exercised in Canada India Australia and the Union of South Africa by the Governor-General and in any British Possession not included within the limits of Canada India Australia or South Africa by the Governor." :

   And whereas in pursuance of the powers conferred by the said Proclamations I acting on behalf of His Majesty by Proclamation dated the 5th day of February 1915 granted licence to the persons therein referred to to pay the fees therein more specifically mentioned:

MOURAD

Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same acting on behalf of His Majesty and in pursuance of the powers reserved in the said Proclamations and all other powers thereunto me enabling do hereby revoke the said Proclamation dated the 5th day of February 1915 and do hereby give and grant licence:

(1.) To all persons residing carrying on business or being in the Colony of

Hongkong to pay

(a.) on their own behalf or on behalf of any person or persons residing carrying on business or being in the Colony of Hong- kong; and

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(b.) on behalf of any person or persons residing carrying on busi- ness or being in any part of His Majesty's Dominions outside the Colony of Hongkong who have been authorised to make such payments by the Government of that part of His Majesty's Dominions

any fees necessary for obtaining the grant of or for obtaining the renewal of Patents or for obtaining the registration of Designs or Trade Marks or the renewal of such registration in an "enemy country

            enemy country" and to pay to enemy agents their charges and expenses in relation to the matters aforesaid:

(2.) To all persons residing carrying on business or being in the Colony of

Hongkong

(a.) to pay on behalf of an enemy" any fees payable in the Colony of Hongkong on application for or renewal of the grant of patents or on application for the registration of designs or trade marks or the renewal of such registration and to pay agents in in the Colony of Hongkong (including themselves) their charges and expenses if any in relation to the matters aforesaid:

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(b.) to pay on behalf of an enemy to any person or persons resid- ing carrying on business or being in any part of His Majesty's Dominions outside the Colony of Hongkong subject to such persons having been authorised by the Government of that part of His Majesty's Dominions in which they reside carry on business or are to pay on behalf of an enemy any such fees in such part of His Majesty's Dominions-any fees payable on application for or renewal of the grant of patents or on aplica- tion for the registration of designs or trade marks or the renewal of such registration in such part of His Majesty's Dominions and also to pay to such persons their charges and

if expenses any in relation to the matters aforesaid.

 Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 11th day of February 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 53.

Conditions made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 28 (1) of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, (Ordinance No. 10 of 1899), this 2nd day of February, 1916.

1. All Government buoys shall be painted Red with the words "Government Buoy' and the letters "A", "B", or "C" painted thereon in black.

2. "A" class buoys shall be for ships from 450 feet to 600 feet in length. "B" class buoys shall be for ships from 300 feet to 450 feet in length. "C" class buoys shall be for ships of 300 feet or under.

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(b.) on behalf of any person or persons residing carrying on busi- ness or being in any part of His Majesty's Dominions outside the Colony of Hongkong who have been authorised to make such payments by the Government of that part of His Majesty's Dominions

any fees necessary for obtaining the grant of or for obtaining the renewal of Patents or for obtaining the registration of Designs or Trade Marks or the renewal of such registration in an "enemy country

            enemy country" and to pay to enemy agents their charges and expenses in relation to the matters aforesaid:

(2.) To all persons residing carrying on business or being in the Colony of

Hongkong

(a.) to pay on behalf of an enemy" any fees payable in the Colony of Hongkong on application for or renewal of the grant of patents or on application for the registration of designs or trade marks or the renewal of such registration and to pay agents in in the Colony of Hongkong (including themselves) their charges and expenses if any in relation to the matters aforesaid:

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(b.) to pay on behalf of an enemy to any person or persons resid- ing carrying on business or being in any part of His Majesty's Dominions outside the Colony of Hongkong subject to such persons having been authorised by the Government of that part of His Majesty's Dominions in which they reside carry on business or are to pay on behalf of an enemy any such fees in such part of His Majesty's Dominions-any fees payable on application for or renewal of the grant of patents or on aplica- tion for the registration of designs or trade marks or the renewal of such registration in such part of His Majesty's Dominions and also to pay to such persons their charges and

if expenses any in relation to the matters aforesaid.

 Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 11th day of February 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 53.

Conditions made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 28 (1) of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, (Ordinance No. 10 of 1899), this 2nd day of February, 1916.

1. All Government buoys shall be painted Red with the words "Government Buoy' and the letters "A", "B", or "C" painted thereon in black.

2. "A" class buoys shall be for ships from 450 feet to 600 feet in length. "B" class buoys shall be for ships from 300 feet to 450 feet in length. "C" class buoys shall be for ships of 300 feet or under.

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3. The fees payable for the use of Government buoys shall be as follows:-

"A" class buoys $8 per day or part of a day.

"B" class buoys $6

"C" class buoys $4

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   4. At the discretion of the Harbour Master such buoys may be let at a monthly rent at the rate of not less than that for 21 days, such letting to be subject to revocation at any time.

   The tenant of any such buoy shall not sub-let the same and if any such buoy is at any time unoccupied the Harbour Master may assign such buoy to any other ship for temporary use.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

2nd February, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

   No. 54. His Majesty the King has not been advised to exercise his power of dis- allowance with respect to the following Ordinance:

Ordinance No. 26 of 1915.-An Ordinance to provide for the incorporation of

the Mother Superioress in this Colony of the Society of the "Daughters of Charity of the Canossian Institute" by which the institution known as the Italian Convent is carried on.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

10th February, 1916.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 55. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Dr. GREGORY PAUL JORDAN to be Surgeon-Superintendent of the Special Police Reserve with the rank of Deputy Superintendent, with effect from this date.

Sth February, 1916.

No. 56. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under Section 9 of the Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1911, (Ordinance No. 9 of 1911), the Honour- able Mr. CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER to be a Member of the Licensing Board for a period of three years, with effect from the 2nd February, 1916.

10th February, 1916.

No. 57. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Sergeant-Major ALPHONSO McCOAN THORNHILL to be Second Lieutenant in the Hongkong Volunteer Reserve, with effect from the 8th February, 1916.

10th February, 1916.

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3. The fees payable for the use of Government buoys shall be as follows:-

"A" class buoys $8 per day or part of a day.

"B" class buoys $6

"C" class buoys $4

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   4. At the discretion of the Harbour Master such buoys may be let at a monthly rent at the rate of not less than that for 21 days, such letting to be subject to revocation at any time.

   The tenant of any such buoy shall not sub-let the same and if any such buoy is at any time unoccupied the Harbour Master may assign such buoy to any other ship for temporary use.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

2nd February, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

   No. 54. His Majesty the King has not been advised to exercise his power of dis- allowance with respect to the following Ordinance:

Ordinance No. 26 of 1915.-An Ordinance to provide for the incorporation of

the Mother Superioress in this Colony of the Society of the "Daughters of Charity of the Canossian Institute" by which the institution known as the Italian Convent is carried on.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

10th February, 1916.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 55. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Dr. GREGORY PAUL JORDAN to be Surgeon-Superintendent of the Special Police Reserve with the rank of Deputy Superintendent, with effect from this date.

Sth February, 1916.

No. 56. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under Section 9 of the Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1911, (Ordinance No. 9 of 1911), the Honour- able Mr. CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER to be a Member of the Licensing Board for a period of three years, with effect from the 2nd February, 1916.

10th February, 1916.

No. 57. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Sergeant-Major ALPHONSO McCOAN THORNHILL to be Second Lieutenant in the Hongkong Volunteer Reserve, with effect from the 8th February, 1916.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 58. The lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as the 1st and 2nd Schedules to the Rules made under the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, and published as Notification No. 2 in the Gazette of the 7th January, 1916, and amended by Notification No. 41 published in the Gazette Extraordinary of the 29th January, 1916, are hereby further amended as follows:---

China.

Add the following:----

China American Trading Company.

Chung Tak Dispensary, Canton.

Hankow International Hospital, Hankow,

Hannibal & Co., W. A., Canton.

Kwong On & Co., China Dispensary, Canton.

Mukden Trading Company.

North China Daily Mail, Tientsin.

Peking Chinese Electric Light & Power Company, Peking.

Russo-British Mining and Industrial Company, Tientsin.

Shameen Lawn Tennis Club.

Sin Ann Tong Dispensary, Amoy.

Sincere Co., Ltd., Canton.

Siu Jin Tong, Amoy.

Tibesart, J. A.

Tiehling Commerical Museum Gonda Shoten, Tiehling.

Wen Hua Printing Press, Hankow.

Yung Fung Photo Supply Company, Peking.

Yuwasei Yoko, Tiehling.

For American Chinese Drug Store.

Gillard & Co.

read American Drug Store.

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Cattanneo (Catanneo), Peking.

Daishin & Co., Shanghai.

Gillard & Co., G. M.

Horrobin, S. L.

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Kaye & Co., C. B.

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Naishin Company.

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Shanghai Dispensary, Canton.

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Shaw, G. L., Antung.

Cattanneo.

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Daisgin & Co., Shanghai.

Horrobin, S. K.

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Kaye & Co., B. C.

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Naishi Company.

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Shanghai Dispensary.

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Shaw, G. L.

Shaw Brothers, G. L.

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Shun Chang & Co., Chefoo.

Delete the following name:--

Wallem & Co.

Shaw Brothers, G. L., Mukden.

Shung Chang & Co., Chefoo.

Siam.

Add the following:-

Kempton & Co., Bangkok.

Kwong Tong Seng, Bangkok.

Piroshajee, J. A., (Raja).

Siribhand, Bangkok.

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No. 59. The Pension Minute published on pages 442 to 454 (both inclusive) of the "Regulations of Hongkong, 1914" are hereby amended by the addition of the follow- ing clauses:

"No. 25. Notwithstanding any provision in these Regulations to the contrary

any period during which an officer absent on leave from the Colony has, with the consent of the Governor or the Secretary of State, served with His Majesty's armed forces during the present war, or in any other capacity connected with the state of war, may be counted as service ont full pay for the purposes of the Pension Regulations.

No. 28. Notwithstanding any provision in these Regulations to the contrary, no pensioner shall be liable to have his pension abated in respect of temporary employment, either in a military or in a civil capacity, during the present war.'

No. 60. The following is published for general information.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY.

DANGERS IN NEUTRAL COUNTRIES.

The particular attention of all traders concerned is directed to the need for scrupu- lous care in the transaction of their business with neutral countries in view of the fact that some traders in some neutral countries are making themselves agents for the supply of goods to and from enemy countries. Especial care should be taken in opening new accounts in neutral countries, and in relation to any orders or inquiries of an abnormal character. In any case of doubt as to particular firms abroad business should be suspended pending reference to the Attorney General. It is inadvisable that any new accounts should be opened by any British trader in neutral countries during the war without the fullest inquiries as to the character of the business proposed to him.

  The Proclamations relating to Trading with the Enemy cover indirect trading with the enemy through neutral agents, and carelessness in transacting neutral business may involve traders in the severe penalties attaching to trading with the enemy.

  No. 61. The following notification of the Board of Trade is published for general information.

Whereas by Royal Proclamation relating to Trading with the Enemy, dated the 9th day of September, 1914, it was, amongst other things, declared as follows:-

"The expression 'enemy country' in this Proclamation means the territories of the German Empire and of the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary together with all the Colonies and Dependencies thereof":

"The expression 'enemy' in this Proclamation means any person or body of persons, of whatever nationality, resident or carrying on business in the enemy country, but does not include persons of enemy nationality who are neither resident nor carrying on business in the enemy country. In the case of incorporated bodies enemy character attaches only to those incorporated in an enemy country":

  And Whereas it was also declared by the said Proclamation that from and after the date of the said Proclamation the persons therein referred to were prohibited from doing certain acts therein more specifically mentioned:

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No. 59. The Pension Minute published on pages 442 to 454 (both inclusive) of the "Regulations of Hongkong, 1914" are hereby amended by the addition of the follow- ing clauses:

"No. 25. Notwithstanding any provision in these Regulations to the contrary

any period during which an officer absent on leave from the Colony has, with the consent of the Governor or the Secretary of State, served with His Majesty's armed forces during the present war, or in any other capacity connected with the state of war, may be counted as service ont full pay for the purposes of the Pension Regulations.

No. 28. Notwithstanding any provision in these Regulations to the contrary, no pensioner shall be liable to have his pension abated in respect of temporary employment, either in a military or in a civil capacity, during the present war.'

No. 60. The following is published for general information.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY.

DANGERS IN NEUTRAL COUNTRIES.

The particular attention of all traders concerned is directed to the need for scrupu- lous care in the transaction of their business with neutral countries in view of the fact that some traders in some neutral countries are making themselves agents for the supply of goods to and from enemy countries. Especial care should be taken in opening new accounts in neutral countries, and in relation to any orders or inquiries of an abnormal character. In any case of doubt as to particular firms abroad business should be suspended pending reference to the Attorney General. It is inadvisable that any new accounts should be opened by any British trader in neutral countries during the war without the fullest inquiries as to the character of the business proposed to him.

  The Proclamations relating to Trading with the Enemy cover indirect trading with the enemy through neutral agents, and carelessness in transacting neutral business may involve traders in the severe penalties attaching to trading with the enemy.

  No. 61. The following notification of the Board of Trade is published for general information.

Whereas by Royal Proclamation relating to Trading with the Enemy, dated the 9th day of September, 1914, it was, amongst other things, declared as follows:-

"The expression 'enemy country' in this Proclamation means the territories of the German Empire and of the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary together with all the Colonies and Dependencies thereof":

"The expression 'enemy' in this Proclamation means any person or body of persons, of whatever nationality, resident or carrying on business in the enemy country, but does not include persons of enemy nationality who are neither resident nor carrying on business in the enemy country. In the case of incorporated bodies enemy character attaches only to those incorporated in an enemy country":

  And Whereas it was also declared by the said Proclamation that from and after the date of the said Proclamation the persons therein referred to were prohibited from doing certain acts therein more specifically mentioned:

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And Whereas it was further declared by the said Proclamation as follows:--

"Nothing in this Proclamation shall be taken to prohibit anything which shall be expressly permitted by Our Licence, or by the licence given on Our behalf by a Secretary of State, or the Board of Trade, whether such licences be especially granted to individuals or be announced as apply- ing to classes of persons

   And Whereas by Proclamation dated the 8th day of October, 1914, the said Pro- clamation dated the 9th day of September, 1914, called the Trading with the Enemy Proclamation No. 2 was amended as therein more specifically set forth and the said Pro- clamation of the 8th day of October, 1914, was to be read as one with the Trading with the Enemy Proclamation No. 2:

   And Whereas in pursuance of the powers conferred by the above-recited Proclama- tions the Board of Trade acting on behalf of His Majesty by licence dated the 4th day of November, 1914, granted licence to the persons therein referred to to pay the fees therein more specifically mentioned:

And Whereas by Poclamation dated the 5th day of November, 1914, it was declared that the provisions of the Proclamations and Orders in Council then in force issued with reference to the state of war with the Emperor of Germany and the Emperor of Austria King of Hungary should be extended to the war with Turkey subject to the exception in such Proclamation mentioned, and it was declared that the words 'enemy country' in of the Proclamations or Orders in Council referred to in Article I of the said Pro- clamation should include the Dominions of His Imperial Majesty the Sultan of Tukey other than Egypt, Cyprus and any territory in the occupation of Us or Our Allies:

any

   And Whereas by Proclamation dated the 7th day of January, 1915, the provisions of the Proclamations dated respectively the 9th day of September, 1914, the 8th day of October, 1915, and the 5th day of November, 1914, were extended as therein more specifically set forth:

   And Whereas by Proclamation dated the 16th day of February, 1915, called the Trading with the Enemy (Occupied Territory) Proclamation, 1915, it was declared that the Proclamations for the time being in force relating to Trading with the Enemy should apply to territory in friendly occupation as they apply to Our territory or that of Our Allies and to territory in hostile occupation as they apply to an enemy country :

   And Whereas by Proclamation dated the 25th day of June, 1915, called the Trading with the Enemy (China, Siam, Persia and Morocco) Proclamation, 1915, it was declared that the Proclamations for the time being in force relating to Trading with the Enemy should apply to any person or body of persons of enemy nationality resident or carrying on business in China, Siam, Persia, or Morocco, in the same manner as they apply to persons or bodies of persons resident or carrying on business in an enemy country, provided that where an enemy has a branch locally situated in China, Siam, Persia, or Morocco, nothing in Article 6 of the Trading with the Enemy Proclamation No. 2 should be construed so as to prevent transaction by or with that branch being treated as trans- action by or with an enemy:

And Whereas by Proclamation dated the 14th day of September, 1915, it was declared as follows:--

66

'For the purposes of the Proclamations for the time being in force relating to Trading with the Enemy the expression enemy' notwithstanding any- thing in the said Proclamations is hereby declared to include and to have included any incorporated company or body of persons (wherever incor- porated) carrying on business in an enemy country or in any territory for the time being in hostile occupation":

   And Whereas by Proclamation dated the 16th day of October, 1915, it was declared that the Proclamions and Orders in Council then in force issued with reference to the state of war with the German Emperor or with reference to the state of war with the German Emperor and the Emperor of Austria King of Hungary or with reference to the state of war with the German Emperor and the Emperor of Austria King of Hungary and the Sultan of Turkey should be extended to the war with Bulgaria subject to the

88

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11, 1916.

exception in such Proclamation mentioned, and it was declared that the words "Enemy Country" in any of the Proclamations or Orders in Council referred to in Article I of such Proclamation should include the Dominion of the King of the Bulgarians and the words persons of enemy nationality" in any of the said Proclamations and Orders in Council should include subjects of the King of the Bulgarians:

  And Whereas by Proclamation dated the 10th day of November, 1915, it was declared that the Proclamations for the time being in force relating to Trading with the Enemy should as from the 10th day of December, 1915, apply to any person or body of persons of enemy nationality resident or carrying on business in Liberia or Portuguese East Africa in the same manner as they apply to persons resident or carrying on business in an enemy country, provided that where an enemy has a branch locally situated in Liberia or Portuguese East Africa nothing in Article 6 of the Trading with the Enemy Proclamation No. 2 should be construed so as to prevent transactions by or with that branch being treated as transactions by or with an enemy:

And Whereas it is desirable to restate and extend the provisions contained in the before-recited licence dated the 4th day of November, 1914:

  Now, Therefore, the Board of Trade, acting on behalf of His Majesty, and in pur- suance of the powers reserved in the said Proclamations and all other powers thereunto them enabling, do hereby revoke the said licence dated the 4th day of November, 1914, and do hereby give and grant licence :

(1.) To all persons residing, carrying on business, or being in the United King-

dom to pay

(a.) on their own behalf or on behalf of any person or persons residing, carrying on business or being in the United King- dom; and

(b) on behalf of any person or persons residing, carrying on busi- ness or being in any part of His Majesty's Dominions outside the United Kingdom who have been authorised to make such payments by the Government of that part of His Majesty's Dominions

""

any fees necessary for obtaining the grant of or for obtaining the renewal of Patents or for obtaining the registration of Designs or Trade Marks or the renewal of such registration in an " enemy country and to pay to enemy agents their charges and expenses in relation to the matters aforesaid:

(2.) To all persons residing, carrying on business, or being in the United

Kingdom

(a) to pay on behalf of an "enemy" any fees payable in the United Kingdom on application for or renewal of the grant of patents or on application for the registration of designs or trade marks or the renewal of such registration and to pay agents in the United Kingdom (including themselves) their charges and expenses, if any, in relation to the matters aforesaid:

(b.) to pay on behalf of an enemy to any person or persons residing, carrying on business or being in any part of His Majesty's Dominions outside the United Kingdom subject to such persons having been authorised by the Government of that part of His Majesty's Dominions in which they reside, carry on business or are, to pay on behalf of an enemy any such fees in such part of His Majesty's Dominions-any fees payable on application for or renewal of the grant of patents or on applica- tion for the registration of designs or trade marks or the renewal of such registration in such part of His Majesty's Dominions, and also to pay to such persons their charges and expenses, if any, in relation to the matters aforesaid.

Dated this 7th day of December, 1915.

G. S. Barnes,

Secretary to the Board of Trade.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11, 1916. 89

  No. 62.--The following additions to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 201 of the 7th May, 1915, pursuant to Ordinances No. 1 of 1884 and No. 31 of 1914, is published for general information:-

PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATIONS.

Teoh Cheng Toe.

Ho Mui Ling Hospital.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hongkong.

Teh Lean Swee.

Tung Wah Hospital.

Do.

11th February, 1916.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

December, 1915.

Do.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Coloniai Secret my.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

  No. 63.-Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory Hongkong, during the month of January, 1916.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

WIND.

DATE.

AT

CLOUDI- SUN-

NESS. SHINE.

RAIN.

M.S.L. Max. Mean. Min. Rel. Abs.

Dir. Vel.

ins.

0

O

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points. Miles

p.h.

I,

30.03

69.2

65.7

62.9

88 0.55

98

:

0.095

ΟΙ

2,

75.1

66.8

63.3

80

.53

61

6.7

.06

68.6

3,

65.1

61.9 79

.10

4,

73.7

67.6 64.0 77

.16

5,

67.4 61.9 56.6 88

舌舌

.49

4

8.5

.52

100

.49

100

6,

.II

61.1

57.8 54.9 90

•43

100

.06

68.8

7.

62.9 56.9 79

.46

83

1.3

0.020

2.145 1.605

O.CIO

9.I

E 14.6 E by S 19.7

E by S 10.6

NNE N by E N by W

12.0

ESE

7-7

3.3

8.

.07

67.1

65.0 62.0 86

.53

94

0.2

0.005

SE by E 7.6

}

9,

.09

69.7 66.6

64.6 92

.60

85

0.7

0.165

10,

.25

67.8

65.0 58.7 77

•48

1.0

94

{1,

.38

62.9 57.6 33.0 69

.33

88

2.3

12,

.34

62.9 57.5 50.8 62

.30

26

13,

.32

63.7 59.7 55.0 68

.35

57

.29

14,

65.5 60.4 55.6 56

.29

17

15,

.30

62.7 57.6 51.4 42

.20

6772

9.8

6.4

9.7

E by S 10.0 NE by N 7.2

N by E 7.9

N

4.8

E by N 5.9 N by E 8.4

10.0

N by E 11.3

16, 17,

.29

59.9 55.3 50.4 43

.19

10.0

NE by N11.9

.24

63.0 57.2 52.2

.27

2

9.7

E by S 6.4

18,

..23

65.5 59.7 54.8

.32

5

10.0

E

10.4

19,

20,

.19

63.9 60.2 56.7

.37

I

10. I

E

18.2

.IO

63.1 60.9 57.8

.40

7

9.4

E 21.6

21.

ΟΙ

68.4

64.8 61.6

77

.47

63

8.6

E by S 15.1

22,

23,

29.95 30.14

70.6

65.7 61.8 86

.54

6.2

4I

E by S

5.5

63.7 54.0 41.8

62

.26

65

3.4

N II.2

2+,

.32

51.2 45.8 39.3

42

.13

NNE

7.6

99

.26

25.

58.5

55.0 50.4

55

.24

64

8.1

E 13.2

26, 27.

28,

29,

༣༠,

.19

.16 65.4 60.8 57.2 80

65.6 60.2 56.6 73

.38

8.4

E

4.9

.43

10.0

E by S 13.5

.13

68.4

62.5

57.8

76

.43

I

10.1

E by S 15.3

.09

....

67.7 62.5

59.9

77

.44

35

7.8

E

17.6

.II

63.6

60.7

58.6

79

.42

87

2.8

E

31,

.06

66.0

60.4

56.0 77

.41

61

8.2

0.025 0.005

11.7

WNW

5.0

Sum.

Sum.

Mean.

30.16

65.5

60.7 56.3 72 0.39

52

179.4

4.075 E by N 10.6

MEANS OF 30 YEARS (1884 TO 1913 INCLUSIVE) FOR JANUARY:-

Maximum,.. Mean,

30.22 69.0 64.9 62.2 83

.51

Minimum,

30.16 30.05

64.6 60.0

56.3

74

.39

60.2

55.6

51.5

63

.32

91 238.8 8.430 65 142.4 1.442 35 39-4

16.8

E by N 13.6

0.000

11.0

#

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11, 1916. 89

  No. 62.--The following additions to the Register of Medical Practitioners entitled to practise Medicine in this Colony, published in Government Notification No. 201 of the 7th May, 1915, pursuant to Ordinances No. 1 of 1884 and No. 31 of 1914, is published for general information:-

PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

QUALIFICATIONS.

Teoh Cheng Toe.

Ho Mui Ling Hospital.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hongkong.

Teh Lean Swee.

Tung Wah Hospital.

Do.

11th February, 1916.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

December, 1915.

Do.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Coloniai Secret my.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

  No. 63.-Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory Hongkong, during the month of January, 1916.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

WIND.

DATE.

AT

CLOUDI- SUN-

NESS. SHINE.

RAIN.

M.S.L. Max. Mean. Min. Rel. Abs.

Dir. Vel.

ins.

0

O

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points. Miles

p.h.

I,

30.03

69.2

65.7

62.9

88 0.55

98

:

0.095

ΟΙ

2,

75.1

66.8

63.3

80

.53

61

6.7

.06

68.6

3,

65.1

61.9 79

.10

4,

73.7

67.6 64.0 77

.16

5,

67.4 61.9 56.6 88

舌舌

.49

4

8.5

.52

100

.49

100

6,

.II

61.1

57.8 54.9 90

•43

100

.06

68.8

7.

62.9 56.9 79

.46

83

1.3

0.020

2.145 1.605

O.CIO

9.I

E 14.6 E by S 19.7

E by S 10.6

NNE N by E N by W

12.0

ESE

7-7

3.3

8.

.07

67.1

65.0 62.0 86

.53

94

0.2

0.005

SE by E 7.6

}

9,

.09

69.7 66.6

64.6 92

.60

85

0.7

0.165

10,

.25

67.8

65.0 58.7 77

•48

1.0

94

{1,

.38

62.9 57.6 33.0 69

.33

88

2.3

12,

.34

62.9 57.5 50.8 62

.30

26

13,

.32

63.7 59.7 55.0 68

.35

57

.29

14,

65.5 60.4 55.6 56

.29

17

15,

.30

62.7 57.6 51.4 42

.20

6772

9.8

6.4

9.7

E by S 10.0 NE by N 7.2

N by E 7.9

N

4.8

E by N 5.9 N by E 8.4

10.0

N by E 11.3

16, 17,

.29

59.9 55.3 50.4 43

.19

10.0

NE by N11.9

.24

63.0 57.2 52.2

.27

2

9.7

E by S 6.4

18,

..23

65.5 59.7 54.8

.32

5

10.0

E

10.4

19,

20,

.19

63.9 60.2 56.7

.37

I

10. I

E

18.2

.IO

63.1 60.9 57.8

.40

7

9.4

E 21.6

21.

ΟΙ

68.4

64.8 61.6

77

.47

63

8.6

E by S 15.1

22,

23,

29.95 30.14

70.6

65.7 61.8 86

.54

6.2

4I

E by S

5.5

63.7 54.0 41.8

62

.26

65

3.4

N II.2

2+,

.32

51.2 45.8 39.3

42

.13

NNE

7.6

99

.26

25.

58.5

55.0 50.4

55

.24

64

8.1

E 13.2

26, 27.

28,

29,

༣༠,

.19

.16 65.4 60.8 57.2 80

65.6 60.2 56.6 73

.38

8.4

E

4.9

.43

10.0

E by S 13.5

.13

68.4

62.5

57.8

76

.43

I

10.1

E by S 15.3

.09

....

67.7 62.5

59.9

77

.44

35

7.8

E

17.6

.II

63.6

60.7

58.6

79

.42

87

2.8

E

31,

.06

66.0

60.4

56.0 77

.41

61

8.2

0.025 0.005

11.7

WNW

5.0

Sum.

Sum.

Mean.

30.16

65.5

60.7 56.3 72 0.39

52

179.4

4.075 E by N 10.6

MEANS OF 30 YEARS (1884 TO 1913 INCLUSIVE) FOR JANUARY:-

Maximum,.. Mean,

30.22 69.0 64.9 62.2 83

.51

Minimum,

30.16 30.05

64.6 60.0

56.3

74

.39

60.2

55.6

51.5

63

.32

91 238.8 8.430 65 142.4 1.442 35 39-4

16.8

E by N 13.6

0.000

11.0

90

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11, 1916.

The rainfall for the month of January at the Botanical Gardens was 4ins. 74 on 8 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 5ins. .90 on 4 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 4in. 87 on 6 days.

   Though the mean temperature for the month was slightly above normal, the absolute minimum, 39.3, was the lowest ever recorded in January except in 1893, when it was 32.0 on January 18th, and in 1900 when it was 37.5 on January 9th.

7th February, 1916.

T. F. CLAXTON, Director.

SUPREME. COURT.

No. 64. It is hereby notified for general information that, pursuant to Section 5 of the Criminal Procedure Ordinances, 1899-1913, His Hornour the Chief Justice has ordered that the next Criminal Sessions for the despatch of the business of the Court shall be held on Monday, the 28th day of February, 1916, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.

11th February, 1916.

HUGH A. NISBET, Registrar.

No. 65. Roll of Midwives who have been duly certified under the Midwives Ordi-

nance, 1910, (Ordinance No. 22 of 1910:-

31. Ma Leung Shi,.

氏梁

No.

Name.

No.

Name.

*1. Yeung Pok Chan,

眞璞

29. Chan Siu Hing,

卿少陳

2. Wong Shut Hing,

·卿雪黃

30. Chung Wong Shi,

氏王鍾

4. Li Woo Shi,..

氏胡李

5. Florence Laura Everett,.

6. Woo Wong Shi,

氏王胡

7. Tang Chu I,..

依主

8. Wong Kok Hing,

9. Wong Liu Shi,

興覺 氏

11. Lam Ah Pi,

32. Lau Fung Ying,

33. Chan Kwai Ying,

34. Li Yau Chi,

35. Tong Tak Tsing,.

36. Fung Pui Hing,

·批亞林 37. Yeung Chuen Yung,

38. Lavinia Kate Rayner,

李古何王梁溫林陳李

英鳳劉 英貴陳

馨佩

容春楊

靑麗黃

·氏吳林

|唐馮楊 黃林鄧李 陳張宋馮潘徐

*12. Li Ping U,

13. Kwoo Sun Ching,

徵信古

39. Wong Lai Tsing,.

14. Ho Yan Tsing,

清恩何

40. Lam Ng Shi,

15. Wong Chan Shi,

氏陳王

41. Tang Sun Sum,

心信鄧

16. Leung Yau,

42. Li Tsing Oi,.

愛清李

17. Wan Chi Fong,

18. Lam Pik Lin,

19. Chan Wai Kwan,

20. Li Yuk Young,

芳芷溫 蓮碧林 坤衞陳

43. Ellen Harriet McEwen,

44. Chan Wai Ching,

貞偉陳

眞秀張

·山海

·芳佩

·山蘊

·卿淑:

蓮惠梁

·蟾月王

:

J

清德余

45. Cheung Shau Chun, 容玉李 *46. Sung Hoi Shan, 道貞張 47. Fung Pui Fong, 清 魏 *48. Pun Wan Shan,

·嬌 許 49. Tsui Suk Hing, 梅友江 *50. Leung Wai Lin,

*51. Wong Ut Sin,

22. Cheung Ching To,

23. Ngai Shui Tsing,

24. Hui Kew,

25. Kong Yau Mui,

27. Kwan Pat,

28. Kwan Shap Yat,

十關

52. Yue Tak Tsing,

* Government Midwives.

11th February, 1916.

G. H. THOMAS,

Acting Secretary, Midwives Board.

90

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11, 1916.

The rainfall for the month of January at the Botanical Gardens was 4ins. 74 on 8 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 5ins. .90 on 4 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 4in. 87 on 6 days.

   Though the mean temperature for the month was slightly above normal, the absolute minimum, 39.3, was the lowest ever recorded in January except in 1893, when it was 32.0 on January 18th, and in 1900 when it was 37.5 on January 9th.

7th February, 1916.

T. F. CLAXTON, Director.

SUPREME. COURT.

No. 64. It is hereby notified for general information that, pursuant to Section 5 of the Criminal Procedure Ordinances, 1899-1913, His Hornour the Chief Justice has ordered that the next Criminal Sessions for the despatch of the business of the Court shall be held on Monday, the 28th day of February, 1916, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.

11th February, 1916.

HUGH A. NISBET, Registrar.

No. 65. Roll of Midwives who have been duly certified under the Midwives Ordi-

nance, 1910, (Ordinance No. 22 of 1910:-

31. Ma Leung Shi,.

氏梁

No.

Name.

No.

Name.

*1. Yeung Pok Chan,

眞璞

29. Chan Siu Hing,

卿少陳

2. Wong Shut Hing,

·卿雪黃

30. Chung Wong Shi,

氏王鍾

4. Li Woo Shi,..

氏胡李

5. Florence Laura Everett,.

6. Woo Wong Shi,

氏王胡

7. Tang Chu I,..

依主

8. Wong Kok Hing,

9. Wong Liu Shi,

興覺 氏

11. Lam Ah Pi,

32. Lau Fung Ying,

33. Chan Kwai Ying,

34. Li Yau Chi,

35. Tong Tak Tsing,.

36. Fung Pui Hing,

·批亞林 37. Yeung Chuen Yung,

38. Lavinia Kate Rayner,

李古何王梁溫林陳李

英鳳劉 英貴陳

馨佩

容春楊

靑麗黃

·氏吳林

|唐馮楊 黃林鄧李 陳張宋馮潘徐

*12. Li Ping U,

13. Kwoo Sun Ching,

徵信古

39. Wong Lai Tsing,.

14. Ho Yan Tsing,

清恩何

40. Lam Ng Shi,

15. Wong Chan Shi,

氏陳王

41. Tang Sun Sum,

心信鄧

16. Leung Yau,

42. Li Tsing Oi,.

愛清李

17. Wan Chi Fong,

18. Lam Pik Lin,

19. Chan Wai Kwan,

20. Li Yuk Young,

芳芷溫 蓮碧林 坤衞陳

43. Ellen Harriet McEwen,

44. Chan Wai Ching,

貞偉陳

眞秀張

·山海

·芳佩

·山蘊

·卿淑:

蓮惠梁

·蟾月王

:

J

清德余

45. Cheung Shau Chun, 容玉李 *46. Sung Hoi Shan, 道貞張 47. Fung Pui Fong, 清 魏 *48. Pun Wan Shan,

·嬌 許 49. Tsui Suk Hing, 梅友江 *50. Leung Wai Lin,

*51. Wong Ut Sin,

22. Cheung Ching To,

23. Ngai Shui Tsing,

24. Hui Kew,

25. Kong Yau Mui,

27. Kwan Pat,

28. Kwan Shap Yat,

十關

52. Yue Tak Tsing,

* Government Midwives.

11th February, 1916.

G. H. THOMAS,

Acting Secretary, Midwives Board.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11, 1916.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

91

No. 66.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has expired and that it will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 7th day of March, 1916, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:-

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

No. 3 of 1902.

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Hongkong, &c.

7th February, 1916.

7th February, 1916.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

94

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 18, 1916.

PROCLAMATIONS.

No. 7.

[L.S.]

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same:

Whereas by the second section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as amended by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned to be exported from the Colony of Hongkong arms ammunition and gunpowder military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor may judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of military or naval stores provisions or any sort of victual which may be used as food by man or any or either of such arms ammunition gunpowder stores goods or articles respectively :

And whereas by the third section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as enacted by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned the exportation of all or any of the following articles namely arms ammunition military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor shall judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores to any country or place therein named whenever the Governor by and with the advice aforesaid shall judge such prohibition to be expedient in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-opera- tion with His Majesty's forces:

   And whereas by the fourth section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as renumbered by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may whilst any such proclamation is in force permit to be exported or to be water-borne to be so exported any particular articles or class of articles the export of which is prohibited by such proclamation to such persons and on such terms and sub- ject to such conditions and regulations if any as to the Governor may seem fit and may at any time revoke or vary the terms of any such permission:

   And whereas by sub-clause (9) of clause III of the order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria-in-Council made on the 26th day of October 1896 as amended by the order of His Majesty-in-Council made on the 28th day of August 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may prohibit the export from the Colony of any article:

And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of September 1915 the exporta- tion of certain articles therein referred to from the Colony was prohibited to certain or all destinations :

   And whereas by proclamations dated respectively the 1st and 29th days of October the 19th day of November and the 10th 24th and 31st days of December 1915 the 7th and 21st days of January and the 11th day of February 1916 the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 was amended as therein stated:

   And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of December 1915 the said pro- clamation of the 10th day of December 1915 was amended as therein stated:

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  And whereas it is expedient that the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid should be further amended:

  And whereas the articles other than arms ammunition or military or naval stores hereinafter enumerated are articles which I with the advice aforesaid judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores:

  And whereas in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-operation with His Majesty's forces I with the advice aforesaid have deemed it expedient to prohibit the exportation of the articles hereinafter enumerated:

Now therefore 1 Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same by and with the advice of the Executive Council of this Colony and in virtue and exercise of the aforesaid powers do by this Proclamation declare and it is hereby declared that the above- mentioned proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid be and the same is hereby further amended as follows:-

(1.) That the following headings in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal, be deleted, viz. :-

Flaxen canvas, namely :

Hammock canvas ;

Kit Bag canvas ; Merchant Navy canvas; Royal Navy canvas;

Tent canvas;

Linen close canvas;

Linen duck cloth.

(2.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal:-

Canvas of all kinds;

Canvas hose of all kinds;

Drills, woven, of all kinds;

Ducks, woven, of all kinds;

Linen, viz. :-

Linen yarns (not including linen thread);

Linen piece goods, unbleached or not bleached in the piece; Union cloths containing cotton in the proportion of 25 per cent.

or upwards.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this

18th day of February 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 67.--The lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as the 1st and 2nd Schedules to the Rules made under the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, and published as Notification No. 2 in the Gazette of the 7th January, 1916, and amended by Notifications No. 41 published in the Gazette Extraordinary of the 29th January, 1916, and No. 58 published in the Gazette of the 11th February, 1916, are hereby further amended as follows:--

China.

Add the following:-

Albert & Wuhlschleger, Canton. Andrews, von Fischerz & George. Ang Hing & Co., Foochow.

Baudet & Compagnie, R., Canton.

Generale Soies, La, Canton.

Mencarini & Co.

Netherlands Trading Society.

Oriental Cigarette & Tobacco Co.

Ramsay, N. B.

Société Fonciere de Shameen, Canton.

Varenne & Compagnie, Th., Canton.

Siam.

Add the following:-

Kwang Nguan Lee Soon Kee, Bangkok. Kwang Tung, Bangkok.

Rochiram & Co., Bangkok.

Weng Foong, Bangkok.

  No. 68. The following instructions issued by the General Officer Commanding, Egypt, are published for general information in continuation of Government Notification. No. 49 of the 5th February, 1916-

1. Wives and families of Officers and other ranks will not be allowed to land in Egypt, until further notice, without special permits obtained by them from the War Office-unless,

(a.) they left the port of embarkation prior to the notification from the War Office reaching the country they were residing in.

Such as come from Europe or the East, may continue their voyage or stay at Suez, Port Said, or Alexandria, until the arrival of the next ship which sails for the country from which they came.

2. Those permitted to land under paragraph 1 (a) may, if they desire it, be given packet return passages or continued passage to Europe at Govern- ment expense, by first opportunity.

3. Wives and families of civilians who arrive without War Office, Foreign Office, Indian or Colonial, Government permits, will be similarly dealt with, except that those who sailed before the orders were in force at the port of embarkation will be allowed to land, and no passages will be given at the Government expense.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 67.--The lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as the 1st and 2nd Schedules to the Rules made under the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, and published as Notification No. 2 in the Gazette of the 7th January, 1916, and amended by Notifications No. 41 published in the Gazette Extraordinary of the 29th January, 1916, and No. 58 published in the Gazette of the 11th February, 1916, are hereby further amended as follows:--

China.

Add the following:-

Albert & Wuhlschleger, Canton. Andrews, von Fischerz & George. Ang Hing & Co., Foochow.

Baudet & Compagnie, R., Canton.

Generale Soies, La, Canton.

Mencarini & Co.

Netherlands Trading Society.

Oriental Cigarette & Tobacco Co.

Ramsay, N. B.

Société Fonciere de Shameen, Canton.

Varenne & Compagnie, Th., Canton.

Siam.

Add the following:-

Kwang Nguan Lee Soon Kee, Bangkok. Kwang Tung, Bangkok.

Rochiram & Co., Bangkok.

Weng Foong, Bangkok.

  No. 68. The following instructions issued by the General Officer Commanding, Egypt, are published for general information in continuation of Government Notification. No. 49 of the 5th February, 1916-

1. Wives and families of Officers and other ranks will not be allowed to land in Egypt, until further notice, without special permits obtained by them from the War Office-unless,

(a.) they left the port of embarkation prior to the notification from the War Office reaching the country they were residing in.

Such as come from Europe or the East, may continue their voyage or stay at Suez, Port Said, or Alexandria, until the arrival of the next ship which sails for the country from which they came.

2. Those permitted to land under paragraph 1 (a) may, if they desire it, be given packet return passages or continued passage to Europe at Govern- ment expense, by first opportunity.

3. Wives and families of civilians who arrive without War Office, Foreign Office, Indian or Colonial, Government permits, will be similarly dealt with, except that those who sailed before the orders were in force at the port of embarkation will be allowed to land, and no passages will be given at the Government expense.

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4. Except those waiting passages as above, no wives and families of Officers or other ranks, will be allowed to stay in the Canal District, or South of the Giza Civil District after the 1st January, 1916, until further notice.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

18th February, 1916.

No. 69. Financial Statement for the month of November, 1915.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 31st October, 1915, Revenue from 1st to 30th November, 1915,

Expenditure from 1st to 30th November, 1915,

Balance,.....

TREASURY.

$ 2,522,395.30 1,003,301.86

3,525,697.16 811,974:26

.$ 2,713,722.90

Assets and Liabilities on the 30th November, 1915.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

C.

C.

Deposits not Available,

723,937.91

Subsidiary Coins,

1,075,855.30

House Service Account,

10,962.24

Advances,

96,260.88

Postal Agencies,

5,229.63

Imprest,

34,199.48

Overdraft, Bank,

1,930,984.88

Crown Agents' Deposit Account, Unallocated Stores, (P.W.D.), Unallocated Stores, (Railway), Crown Agents' Current Account, Exchange,...

860,276.82

300,501.78

159,156.31

67,305.55

584.76

Balance,

76,974.78

Total Liabilities,$ 2,671,115.66

TOTAL,.........$

2,671,115.66

Debit Balance as above,

Reimbursement due on account Railway Construction, (Loan under Ordinance

76,974.78

No. 8 of 1913, £250,000),

2,790,697.68

Credit Balance,......................................

.$ 2,713,722.90

A. M. THOмson, Treasurer.

12th February, 1916.

LAND OFFICE.

No. 70. It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Government on New Kowloon Survey District 1 Lot No. 5352 has been registered in the District Office, Southern District, according to law.

G. H. WAKEMAN,

Land Officer.

18th February, 1916.

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4. Except those waiting passages as above, no wives and families of Officers or other ranks, will be allowed to stay in the Canal District, or South of the Giza Civil District after the 1st January, 1916, until further notice.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

18th February, 1916.

No. 69. Financial Statement for the month of November, 1915.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 31st October, 1915, Revenue from 1st to 30th November, 1915,

Expenditure from 1st to 30th November, 1915,

Balance,.....

TREASURY.

$ 2,522,395.30 1,003,301.86

3,525,697.16 811,974:26

.$ 2,713,722.90

Assets and Liabilities on the 30th November, 1915.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

C.

C.

Deposits not Available,

723,937.91

Subsidiary Coins,

1,075,855.30

House Service Account,

10,962.24

Advances,

96,260.88

Postal Agencies,

5,229.63

Imprest,

34,199.48

Overdraft, Bank,

1,930,984.88

Crown Agents' Deposit Account, Unallocated Stores, (P.W.D.), Unallocated Stores, (Railway), Crown Agents' Current Account, Exchange,...

860,276.82

300,501.78

159,156.31

67,305.55

584.76

Balance,

76,974.78

Total Liabilities,$ 2,671,115.66

TOTAL,.........$

2,671,115.66

Debit Balance as above,

Reimbursement due on account Railway Construction, (Loan under Ordinance

76,974.78

No. 8 of 1913, £250,000),

2,790,697.68

Credit Balance,......................................

.$ 2,713,722.90

A. M. THOмson, Treasurer.

12th February, 1916.

LAND OFFICE.

No. 70. It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Government on New Kowloon Survey District 1 Lot No. 5352 has been registered in the District Office, Southern District, according to law.

G. H. WAKEMAN,

Land Officer.

18th February, 1916.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 71.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks one month after their respective dates of expiration of registration, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before the said date:-

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

No. 4 of 1902.

The China Export, Import and Bank Compagnie, Hongkong.

11th February, 1916.

No. 5 of 1902.

American Waltham Watch Company, in Boston, in the County of Suffolk, and in Waltham, in the County of Middlesex, State of Massachusetts, U.S.A.

17th Februnry, 1916.

No. 6 of 1902.

Do.

Do.

No. 7 of 1902.

The China Export Import and Bank Compagnie, Hongkoug.

18th Febraury, 1916.

18th February, 1916.

  No. 72.--It is hereby notified that the following Letters Patent have been granted :-

Number.

Date of Grant.

Name of Grantee.

Address of Grantee.

Description of Invention.

1916.

1 of 1916. 8th February, Solac Limited as assignees of the Synthetic Milk Syndicate Limited of 195 Strand, London, W.C.

221 Tottenham Court Road, in the County of London,

England, Manufacturers.

An invention for improve. ments in the manufacture of vegetable milk and its deri- vatives.

2 of 1916.

Carter White.

""

10 Bush Lane, London, London, England, Consulting Che- mist.

An

11th February, 1916.

invention for improve- ments in or relating to the treatment of mineral oils and residues for the production of lower boiling hydrocar- bons.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

1.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 73.

Order made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 8 (2) of the Rating Ordinance, 1901, (Ordinance No. 5 of 1901), this 24th day of February, 1916.

It is hereby ordered that the existing valuation of the tenements in the Colony shall be wholly adopted for the year 1916-1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

24th February, 1916.

No. 74.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 23.

THURSDAY, 30TH DECEMBER, 1915.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY, K.C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General FRANCIS

VENTRIS).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (CLAUD SEVERN).

"

the Attorney General, (JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP).

the Colonial Treasurer, (ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON).

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the Director of Public Works, (WILLIAM CHATHAM, C.M.G.).

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the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX).

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the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER). Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

""

Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

Mr. DAVID LANDALE.

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Mr. LAU CHU PAK.

Mr. PERCY HORSON HOLYOAK.

The Council met pursuant to summons.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 23rd December, 1915, were confirmed.

  FINANCIAL MINUTES.-The Colonial Secretary laid on the table Financial Minute No. 70, which had been amended, and Nos. 74 and 75, and moved that they be referred to the Finance Committee :-

No. 70.---Public Works, Recurrent, Maintenance of Build-

ings in New Territories,

Public Works, Extraordinary, Kowloon, Mis-

cellaneous Works,

No. 74. Public Works, Recurrent, Kowloon, Mainten-

ance of Water Works,

No. 75.--Public Works, Extraordinary, Addition to Tai

Po Quarters,

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

$

60.00.

800.00.

2,000.00.

980.00.

  WAR FUNDS.-His Excellency the Governor addressed the Council in connection. with the appointment of a Committee to receive subscriptions for war charities, or for purposes in connection with the war.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 73.

Order made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 8 (2) of the Rating Ordinance, 1901, (Ordinance No. 5 of 1901), this 24th day of February, 1916.

It is hereby ordered that the existing valuation of the tenements in the Colony shall be wholly adopted for the year 1916-1917.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

24th February, 1916.

No. 74.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 23.

THURSDAY, 30TH DECEMBER, 1915.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY, K.C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General FRANCIS

VENTRIS).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (CLAUD SEVERN).

"

the Attorney General, (JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP).

the Colonial Treasurer, (ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON).

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the Director of Public Works, (WILLIAM CHATHAM, C.M.G.).

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the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX).

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the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER). Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

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Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

Mr. DAVID LANDALE.

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Mr. LAU CHU PAK.

Mr. PERCY HORSON HOLYOAK.

The Council met pursuant to summons.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 23rd December, 1915, were confirmed.

  FINANCIAL MINUTES.-The Colonial Secretary laid on the table Financial Minute No. 70, which had been amended, and Nos. 74 and 75, and moved that they be referred to the Finance Committee :-

No. 70.---Public Works, Recurrent, Maintenance of Build-

ings in New Territories,

Public Works, Extraordinary, Kowloon, Mis-

cellaneous Works,

No. 74. Public Works, Recurrent, Kowloon, Mainten-

ance of Water Works,

No. 75.--Public Works, Extraordinary, Addition to Tai

Po Quarters,

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

$

60.00.

800.00.

2,000.00.

980.00.

  WAR FUNDS.-His Excellency the Governor addressed the Council in connection. with the appointment of a Committee to receive subscriptions for war charities, or for purposes in connection with the war.

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   PRISONERS OF WAR IN HONGKONG.-Mr. HOLYOAK gave notice that he will move the following Resolution at the next meeting of the Council:-

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That in the opinion of this Council it is most desirable that the interned alien enemies should be removed from this Colony at the earliest practicable moment."

BRITISH NATIONALITY AND STATUS OF ALIENS (FEES) BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to provide for the fees to be paid in this Colony in respect of various things and matters to be granted or done under the provisions of the British Nationality and Status of Aliens Act, 1914.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

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On the motion of the Attorney General it was agreed that the third paragraph in the third column of the Schedule be deleted and the following substituted therefor: By means of overembossed revenue stamps affixed to the declaration or form of oath.'

On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee with a slight amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

TRAMWAY AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend further the Tramway Ordinance, 1902.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

  On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee without amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

SOCIETIES AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the Societies Ordinance, 1911.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

DEPORTATION BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the Deportation Ordinances, 1912-1914.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

On the motion of the Attorney General the following amendments were agreed to:-- The words "whatever the immediate or ultimate destination of the said ship" were inserted at the end of sub-section (1) (a) of section 2, and the following proviso was inserted at the end of sub-section (1) of section 2:-

"Provided that where extradition proceedings have been previously taken against any such person, and the said proceedings have resulted in the

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discharge of such person either by a magistrate or by the Supreme Court on habeas corpus, nothing in this sub-section shall be construed as empowering the Governor to order such person to leave the Colony by any ship the immediate destination of which is a place in the territory of the State by which the surrender of such person was demanded."

  The words "Any such order" in first line of sub-section 3 of section 2 were deleted and the words " Any order made under this section" substituted therefor.

  On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee with amendments and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded. Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT. Council then adjourned until after the meeting of the Finance

Committee.

  REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.-On Council resuming, the Colonial Secretary reported that Financial Minutes Nos. 59, and 67 to 75, had been considered by the Finance Committee and recommended for adoption, and moved that the report be adopted.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON.His Excellency the Governor wished all the members

year 1916 may be better than 1915 has been.

that the

ADJOURNMENT. The Council then adjourned sine die.

Read and confirmed this 24th day of February, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

No. 75.

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

  Resolution of the Legislatie Council under the provisions of Section 7 of the Tram- way Ordinance, 1902, dated the 24th day of February, 1916.

  Whereas by the provisions of Section 7 of the Tramway Ordinance, 1902, it is inter alia provided that. subject to the approval of the Governor-in-Council after timely and adequate notification by public advertisement or otherwise of the intention of the Com- pany to apply for such approval and after such approval has been confirmed by a resolu- tion of the Legislative Council the Company may construct and maintain subject to the provisions of the said Ordinance and in accordance with plans to be previously deposited in the Office of the Director of Public Works all such lines, crossings, passing places, sidings, junctions, turn-tables and other works in addition to or as extension of those particularly specified in and authorized by the said Ordinance as may be approved of by the Governor-in-Council and may work and use the same :

  And whereas timely and adequate notification by public advertisement of the inten- tion of the Company to apply for the approval of the Governor-in-Council to the construc- tion and maintenance of a crossing at the eastern end of Yee Woo Street in accordance with a plan deposited in the Office of the Director of Public Works has been given :

  And whereas the Company has duly applied for the approval of the Governor-in- Council to the construction and maintenance of the said crossing:

  And whereas the Governor-in-Council did on the 27th day of January, 1916, approve of the construction and maintenance of the said line:

  Now it is hereby resolved that the approval of the Governor-in-Council so given as aforesaid shall be and is hereby confirmed.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

24th February, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

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discharge of such person either by a magistrate or by the Supreme Court on habeas corpus, nothing in this sub-section shall be construed as empowering the Governor to order such person to leave the Colony by any ship the immediate destination of which is a place in the territory of the State by which the surrender of such person was demanded."

  The words "Any such order" in first line of sub-section 3 of section 2 were deleted and the words " Any order made under this section" substituted therefor.

  On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee with amendments and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded. Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT. Council then adjourned until after the meeting of the Finance

Committee.

  REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.-On Council resuming, the Colonial Secretary reported that Financial Minutes Nos. 59, and 67 to 75, had been considered by the Finance Committee and recommended for adoption, and moved that the report be adopted.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON.His Excellency the Governor wished all the members

year 1916 may be better than 1915 has been.

that the

ADJOURNMENT. The Council then adjourned sine die.

Read and confirmed this 24th day of February, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

No. 75.

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

  Resolution of the Legislatie Council under the provisions of Section 7 of the Tram- way Ordinance, 1902, dated the 24th day of February, 1916.

  Whereas by the provisions of Section 7 of the Tramway Ordinance, 1902, it is inter alia provided that. subject to the approval of the Governor-in-Council after timely and adequate notification by public advertisement or otherwise of the intention of the Com- pany to apply for such approval and after such approval has been confirmed by a resolu- tion of the Legislative Council the Company may construct and maintain subject to the provisions of the said Ordinance and in accordance with plans to be previously deposited in the Office of the Director of Public Works all such lines, crossings, passing places, sidings, junctions, turn-tables and other works in addition to or as extension of those particularly specified in and authorized by the said Ordinance as may be approved of by the Governor-in-Council and may work and use the same :

  And whereas timely and adequate notification by public advertisement of the inten- tion of the Company to apply for the approval of the Governor-in-Council to the construc- tion and maintenance of a crossing at the eastern end of Yee Woo Street in accordance with a plan deposited in the Office of the Director of Public Works has been given :

  And whereas the Company has duly applied for the approval of the Governor-in- Council to the construction and maintenance of the said crossing:

  And whereas the Governor-in-Council did on the 27th day of January, 1916, approve of the construction and maintenance of the said line:

  Now it is hereby resolved that the approval of the Governor-in-Council so given as aforesaid shall be and is hereby confirmed.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

24th February, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 25, 1916. 103

   No. 76. His Excellency the Governor has given his assent, in the name and on behalf of His Majesty the King, to the following Ordinance passed by the Legislative Council:---

Ordinance No. 1 of 1916.-An Ordinance to amend the Societies Ordinance,

1911.

HONGKONG.

No. 1 OF 1916.

LS

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY, Governor.

25th February, 1916.

An Ordinance to amend the Societies Ordi-

nance, 1911.

[25th February, 1916.]

Be it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Societies Amend- Short title ment Ordinance, 1916, and shall be read and construed as and con- one with the Societies Ordinance, 1911, hereinafter called struction. the Principal Ordinance, and this Ordinance and the said Ordinance may be cited together as the Societies Ordi- nances, 1911 and 1916.

2. Section 2 of the Principal Ordinance is amended by Amendment the insertion after the eighteenth line thereof of the follow-

ing

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"(f.) any money loan association :".

of Ordinance

No. 47 of 1911, s. 2.

3. No money loan association which was in existence Previously before or at the commencement of this Ordinance shall for existing any purpose whatsoever be deemed to be or to have been money loan

associations. at any time an unlawful society by reason only of anything contained in the Principal Ordinance provided that noth- ing in this section contained shall affect any action which was begun before the commencement of this Ordinance.

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Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 24th day of February, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 25th

day of February, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 25, 1916.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 77. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to appoint Mr. JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP to be Attorney General, vice Sir JOHN ALEXANDER STRACHEY BUCKNILL, Kt., K.C., transferred to Singapore, with effect from the 3rd November, 1915.

23rd February, 1916.

 No. 78.-Dr. FILOMENO MARIA GRAÇA OZORIO was duly elected a Member of the Sanitary Board at the Election held on the 18th instant in accordance with Government Notification No. 51 of the 5th instant.

24th February, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 79. It is hereby notified for general information that the Hongkong Volun- tary Aid Detachment of the Hongkong and China District, St. John Ambulance Brigade Overseas, is, until further Orders, liable to be called up for duty in aid of the Nursing Staff of the Military Forces of the Colony. Mobilization Orders are in the hands of Lady MAY,, Commandant of the Detachment.

No. 80.-The lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as the 1st and 2nd Schedules to the Rules made under the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, and published as Notification No. 2 in the Gazette of the 7th January, 1916, and amended by Notifications No. 41 published in the Gazette Extraordinary of 29th January, 1916, No. 58 and No. 67 published in the Gazettes of 11th and 18th February, 1916, respectively, are hereby further amended as follows:-

China.

Add the following:--

Cheung On, Canton.

Reynolds, Dr. W. G., Canton.

Sugiyama & Co., Canton.

Siam.

Add the following:-

Choo Kwang Lee, Bangkok.

Hak Seng, Bangkok.

Hup Heng Huat, Bangkok.

Ito & Co., T., Bangkok.

Mitani, Dr. T., Bangkok.

Seng Heng Chan, Bangkok.

Soon Hock Seng, Bangkok.

Yong Heng Huat, Bangkok.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 25, 1916. 105

 No. 81. It is hereby notified that the publication of the lists, copied from the London Gazette, of vessels, detained or captured at sea by His Majesty's armed forces, and of ships whose cargoes or part of them have been detained, has been discontinued. Any persons interested are therefore recommended to take steps to inform themselves. of the lists published in the London Gazette from time to time.

 No. 82.--It is hereby notified that a Proclamation was issued on the 15th February, 1916, prohibiting as from and after the 1st March, 1916, the importation into the United Kingdom except under Board of Trade Licence of the following goods :-

All materials for manufacture of paper including wood-pulp, esparto grass and

linen and cotton rags.

Paper and card-board (including straw-board, paste-board, mill-board and wood-

pulp board) and manufactures of paper and card-board.

· All periodical publications exceeding sixteen pages in length imported other-

wise than in single copies through the post.

Tobacco unmanufactured and manufactured (including cigars and cigarettes). Furniture, woods, hard-woods and veneers.

Stones and slates.

 No. 83.--The following Finding of the Marine Court of Inquiry to investigate the charges against Mr. WARREN SMITH, Chief Engineer of the S.S. Wollowra, is published for general information.

FINDING.

We find that the charges made against you, WARREN SMITH, Chief Engineer of S.S. Wollowra, Official No. 104811 of Hongkong, by the Master Mr. B. W. PRITCHARD proved, and we consider that your conduct has been detrimental to all good order and discipline, and that the Court would point out that there is only one Master on board a ship and that you as Chief Engineer are head of a Sub-Department and as such it is clearly your duty to promptly obey any lawful orders given by the Master, that on two occasions during the voyage you did wilfully disobey the lawful commands of the Master, Mr. B. W. PRIT- CHARD, and did treat him with gross disrespect. We therefore order your Chief Engi- 'neer's Certificate No. 2046 of Victoria to be suspended for a period of 6 months and that during such time a 2nd Engineer's Certificate will be granted you, but that before your Certificate is returned at the expiration of 6 months a reference from the Master or Masters under whom you have served must be produced to this Office showing that you have obeyed their lawful commands to their entire satisfaction.

 Given under our hands at Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, this 11th day of February, 1916.

(Signed)

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C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Stipendiary Magistrate and President of the Court. F. B. GIBSON, Acting Commander, R.N.,

H.M.S. Tamar.

W. DAVISON, Acting Commander, R.N.R.,

H.M.S. Empress of Japan.

H. E. GILROY,

Master, S.S. Namsang.

D. MACDONALD,

Engineer.

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    No. 84. The following addition to the Register of Chemists and Druggists published in Government Notification No. 562 of the 24th December, 1915, pursuant to Section 4 of the Pharmacy Ordinance, 1908, (Ordinance No. 12 of 1908), is published for general information :-

Name.

Address.

Title or Qualification.

George Washington McClintock.

The Pharmacy.

Chemist and Druggist.

25th February, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

TREASURY.

    No. 85. With reference to Government Notification No. 73 of 1916, owners of property are hereby informed that notice of any appeals against the adoption of the existing valuation for the assessment year 1916-1917 should be lodged with the Registrar of the Supreme Court within 21 days from the date of this Gazette, as required under Section 16 of the Rating Ordinance, No. 6 of 1901.

25th February, 1916.

A. M. THOMSON,

Colonial Treasurer.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 86. In continuation of Government Notification No. 286 of the 3rd August, 1914, Part III (d), the following Table shows the Standard Time at which Official Night ends and begins during the month of March, 1916:-

Date.

Mar. 1st,

Ends.

6.34 a.m.

Begins.

Date. 6.38 p.m. Mar. 11th,

Ends.

6.25 a.m.

Begins. 6.43 p.m.

Date.

Mar. 21st,

Ends. Begins.

6.14 a.m.

6.46 p.m.

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2nd,

6.33

6.38

12th,

6.24

6.43

""

""

""

""

""

22nd,

6.13

6.46

29

""

""

99

3rd, 6.31

6.39

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""

>>

13th, 6.23

6.43

""

""

""

23rd,

6.13

6.47

"

""

4th, 6.31

6.39

99

""

"

14th, 6.22

6.43

""

99

""

24th, 6.12

6.47

""

5th, 6.30

6.40

""

""

15th, 6.20

6.44

25th, 6.11

6.47

""

""

29

22

"7

6th,

6.29

6.40

16th, 6.19

6.44

""

""

26th, 6.10

6.47

99

""

7th,

6.28

6.40

""

""

""

17th, 6.18

6.44

""

""

""

27th, 6.08

6.47

""

""

10

8th,

6.27

6.41

""

""

39

18th, 6.17

6.44

""

""

"

28th, 6.08

6.48

9th,

6.26

6.42

19th, 6.16

6.45

""

""

""

"

""

29th, 6.08

6.48

""

""

""

""

10th,

6.25

6.43

""

""

20th, 6.15

6.46

""

""

""

30th,

6.07

6.48

""

"

31st, 6.06

6.48

27

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25th February, 1916.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 87.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which

renewed.

No. 8 of 1902.

23rd February, 1902.

23rd February, 1916.

J. B. Hall & Co., Ld., 79 to 83, Norfolk Street, Liver- pool, in the County of Lancaster, England.

23rd February, 1930.

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No. 88.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has expired and that it will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 24th day of March, 1916, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:-

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

No. 9 of 1902.

Un Hoi U, No. 304, Wing Lok Street, Victoria, Hongkong.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

24th February, 1916.

24th February, 1916.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 1, 1916.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 89.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 1.

THURSDAY, 24TH FEBRUARY, 1916.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY, K.C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General FRANCIS

VENTRIS).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (CLAUD SEVERN).

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the Attorney General, (JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP).

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the Colonial Treasurer, (ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON).

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the Director of Public Works, (WILLIAM CHATHAM, C.M.G.).

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the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX).

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the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER). Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

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Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

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Mr. DAVID LANDALE.

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Mr. LAU CHỦ PAK.

Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYQAK.

The Council met pursuant to summons.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 30th December, 1915, were confirmed.

   STANDING COMMITTEES. His Excellency the Governor appointed the following Com- mittees for the year 1916:--

Finance Committee. All the Members of the Council with the exception of the

Governor.

Public Works Committee.-The Director of Public Works (Chairman), the Colonial Treasurer, Mr. WEI YUK, Mr. SHELLIM, and Mr. HOLYOAK. Law Committee. --The Attorney General (Chairman), the Secretary for Chinese

Affairs, Mr. POLLOCK, Mr. LANDALE, and Mr. LAU CHU PAK.

PAPERS.--The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the following papers :--

Kowloon Railway Station, -Report on Progress up to 31st December, 1915. Diagram of Low Level Dam under construction at Tytam Tuk shewing Progress

to 31st December, 1915.

Accident to His Majesty the King.

Return of Excesses on Sub-Heads met by Savings under Heads of Expenditure

for the 4th Quarter, 1915.

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FINANCIAL MINUTES.-The Colonial Secretary laid on the table Financial Minutes Nos. 1 to 5, and moved that they be referred to the Finance Committee:-

No. 1.-Public Works, Extraordinary, Compensation for the pathway along the eastern boundary of the Eurasian Cemetery,

No. 2.--Belilios Public School, Electric Fans and Light,.. No. 3.--Royal Observatory, Apparatus for distributing

Wireless Time Signals,.

No. 4.---Charitable Allowances, Passages and Relief of

Destitutes, Special Vote,

No. 5.--Public Works, Recurrent, Hongkong, Miscella-

neous 18 (b), Stores Depreciation,

$

2,500.00.

343.00.

2,500.00.

313.37.

3,226.10.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

'RESOLUTION ----The Colonial Secretary moved the following Resolution :

Whereas by the provisions of Section 7 of the Tramway Ordinance, 1902, it is inter alia provided that subject to the approval of the Governor-in- Council after timely and adequate notification by public advertisement or otherwise of the intention of the Company to apply for such approval and after such approval has been confirmed by a resolution of the Legislative Council the Company may construct and maintain subject to the provisions of the said Ordinance and in accordance with plans to be previously deposited in the Office of the Director of Public Works all such lines, crossings, passing places, sidings, junctions, turn-tables and other works in addition to or as extension of those particularly specified in and authorized by the said Ordinance as may be approved of by the Governor- in-Council and

may

          work and use the same : And whereas timely and adequate notification by public advertisement of the intention of the Company to apply for the approval of the Governor-in- Council to the construction and maintenance of a crossing at the eastern end of Yee Wo Street in accordance with a plan deposited in the Office of the Director of Public Works has been given :

And whereas the Company has duly applied for the approval of the Governor-

in-Council to the construction and maintenance of the said crossing:

And whereas the Governor-in-Council did on the 27th day of January, 1916,

approve of the construction and maintenance of the said line:

Now it is hereby resolved that the approval of the Governor-in-Council so given

as aforesaid shall be and is hereby confirmed.

The Attorney General seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

PRISONERS OF WAR IN HONGKONG.-Mr. HOLYOAK addressed the Council and with- drew the following Resolution standing in his name :---

"That in the opinion of this Council it is most desirable that the interned alien enemies should be removed from this Colony at the earliest practicable moment."

  FALSE PASSPORTS AND SUSPECTED PERSONS BILL.-The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to prevent the use of false passports, and to confer on the Governor-in-Council power to order the internment of certain suspected

persons.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

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  SOCIETIES AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General moved that the Council resolve itself into a Committee of the whole Council to consider the Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the Societies Ordinance, 1911.

The Colonial Secretary seconded. Question-put and agreed to.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee without amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

JURORS LIST FOR 1916.-The Council went into Committee to consider the Jurors List in camera.

ADJOURNMENT.-The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 2nd day of March,

1916..

Read and confirmed this 1st day of March, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

No. 90.

Resolution made by the Legislative Council this 1st day of March, 1916, under the provisions of Section 3 (1) of the Liquors Ordinance, 1909, (Ordinance No. 27 of 1909).

LIQUOR DUTIES.

Resolved that there shall be paid upon intoxicating liquors stored in a general bonded or licensed warehouse at the date of the passing of this resolution, imported into, distilled, made, or prepared in the Colony the duties following; namely

On all brandy and liqueurs,

$6.00 per gallon.

On all whisky, gin, rum, and other spirituous liquors,

.$4.00 per gallon.

On all champagnes and other sparkling wines,

On all port, sherry, and madeira,

$4.00 per gallon.

$3.00 per gallon.

On all other still wines in bottle,

$2.00 per gallon.

On all other still wines in wood,

and native wines and spirits,

$1.50 per gallon.

On all other intoxicating liquors excepting spirits of wine

$0.30 per gallon.

On all spirits of wine and arrack,

$4.00 per gallon.

On all native wines and spirits

(a.) $0.40 cents a gallon on the native liquors known as Liu Pun and Sheung

Ching and on the following sweetened, prepared, and medicated wines :-

No Mai Tsau, Hak No Mai, Mau Kan, Yuk Lan, Ning Mun Tsau, Tsing Mui, Muk Kwa, Sun Fung, Wu Tau, Shüt Li Tsau, Shan Kat, Lung San Tsau, Tei Kuk, Sam Pin, Tit Ta, Fung Shap, and Wai Shang.

All such liquor shall contain not more than 25% of alcohol by weight.

(b.) $0.50 cents a gallon on the native liquor known as Sam Ching, contain-

ing not more than 35% of alcohol by weight.

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  SOCIETIES AMENDMENT BILL.-The Attorney General moved that the Council resolve itself into a Committee of the whole Council to consider the Bill intituled An Ordinance to amend the Societies Ordinance, 1911.

The Colonial Secretary seconded. Question-put and agreed to.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee without amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

JURORS LIST FOR 1916.-The Council went into Committee to consider the Jurors List in camera.

ADJOURNMENT.-The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 2nd day of March,

1916..

Read and confirmed this 1st day of March, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

No. 90.

Resolution made by the Legislative Council this 1st day of March, 1916, under the provisions of Section 3 (1) of the Liquors Ordinance, 1909, (Ordinance No. 27 of 1909).

LIQUOR DUTIES.

Resolved that there shall be paid upon intoxicating liquors stored in a general bonded or licensed warehouse at the date of the passing of this resolution, imported into, distilled, made, or prepared in the Colony the duties following; namely

On all brandy and liqueurs,

$6.00 per gallon.

On all whisky, gin, rum, and other spirituous liquors,

.$4.00 per gallon.

On all champagnes and other sparkling wines,

On all port, sherry, and madeira,

$4.00 per gallon.

$3.00 per gallon.

On all other still wines in bottle,

$2.00 per gallon.

On all other still wines in wood,

and native wines and spirits,

$1.50 per gallon.

On all other intoxicating liquors excepting spirits of wine

$0.30 per gallon.

On all spirits of wine and arrack,

$4.00 per gallon.

On all native wines and spirits

(a.) $0.40 cents a gallon on the native liquors known as Liu Pun and Sheung

Ching and on the following sweetened, prepared, and medicated wines :-

No Mai Tsau, Hak No Mai, Mau Kan, Yuk Lan, Ning Mun Tsau, Tsing Mui, Muk Kwa, Sun Fung, Wu Tau, Shüt Li Tsau, Shan Kat, Lung San Tsau, Tei Kuk, Sam Pin, Tit Ta, Fung Shap, and Wai Shang.

All such liquor shall contain not more than 25% of alcohol by weight.

(b.) $0.50 cents a gallon on the native liquor known as Sam Ching, contain-

ing not more than 35% of alcohol by weight.

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113

(c.) $0.60 cents a gallon on the native liquor known as Fa Tsau and on the

following sweetened, prepared, or medicated wines :-

Ng Ka Pei, Mui Kwai Lo, Sz Kwok Kung, Fu Kwat Muk Kwa, Yan

Chan Lo, and Ko Leung Kon.

All such liquor shall contain not more than 45% of alcohol by weight. (d.) $0.80 cents a gallon on the native liquor known as Fan Tsau, if contain- ing 50% or under of alcohol by weight, with the addition of two cents for every one per centum between 50% and 55% of alcohol by weight. (e.) $1.00 a gallon with the addition of eight cents for every one per centum above 55% of alcohol by weight on any native liquor containing above 55% of alcohol by weight.

(f.) $0.10 cents per gallon on all native liquor distilled in the New Terri- tories, not including New Kowloon and the Island of Cheung Chau, for consumption in the said Territories.

Further resolved that--

(1.) On native wines and spirits declared or labelled as belonging to any of the above divisions the appropriate duty therein laid down shall be paid except that on any native liquor however declared or labelled found by the Govern- ment Analyst or such person as the Governor may from time to time appoint in that behalf to contain more alcohol than is permitted in the division to which it is declared or labelled as belonging there shall be paid the appropriate duty of the division in which the amount of alcohol found has placed it: each division in such case shall represent native liquor of the limit of strength in alcohol therein stated and irrespective of any definition or description of such liquor, and on any native wines and spirits not declared or labelled as belonging to any division there shall be paid the duty appropriate to the division in which the amount of alcohol found by the Government Analyst or such person as the Governor may from time to time appoint on that behalf has placed it.

(2.) Stills in the New Territories (not including New Kowloon and the Island of Cheung Chau) shall be prohibited from sending liquor produced in these stills to Hongkong or to New Kowloon: provided that any licensee of a distillery who desires to send such liquor to Hongkong or New Kowloon may be granted a permit to do so, upon payment of the duties charged in Hongkong or New Kowloon.

(3.) On intoxicating liquors, other than spirits of wine, arrack, and native wines and spirits, stored in a general bonded or licensed warehouse at the date of the passing of this resolution, imported into, distilled, made, or prepared in the Colony above the strength of 18° under proof there shall be paid an additional duty of 6 cents for every degree above such strength in the case of brandy, and of 5 cents for every degree above such strength in the case of any other liquor.

  The Resolution made by the Legislative Council under the provisions of Section 3 (1) of the Liquors Ordinance, 1909, on the 16th day of March, 1911, (published in the Government Gazette of the 17th day of March, 1911, Government Notification No. 769, and on pages 288 and 289 of the "Regulations of Hongkong, 1914,"), is hereby cancelled.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

1st March, 1916.

  No. 91. His Excellency the Governor has given his assent, in the name and on behalf of His Majesty the King, to the following Ordinance passed by the Legislative Council:-

Ordinance No. 2 of 1916.-An Ordinance to prevent the use of false passports, and to confer on the Governor-in-Council power to order the internment of certain suspected

persons.

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(c.) $0.60 cents a gallon on the native liquor known as Fa Tsau and on the

following sweetened, prepared, or medicated wines :-

Ng Ka Pei, Mui Kwai Lo, Sz Kwok Kung, Fu Kwat Muk Kwa, Yan

Chan Lo, and Ko Leung Kon.

All such liquor shall contain not more than 45% of alcohol by weight. (d.) $0.80 cents a gallon on the native liquor known as Fan Tsau, if contain- ing 50% or under of alcohol by weight, with the addition of two cents for every one per centum between 50% and 55% of alcohol by weight. (e.) $1.00 a gallon with the addition of eight cents for every one per centum above 55% of alcohol by weight on any native liquor containing above 55% of alcohol by weight.

(f.) $0.10 cents per gallon on all native liquor distilled in the New Terri- tories, not including New Kowloon and the Island of Cheung Chau, for consumption in the said Territories.

Further resolved that--

(1.) On native wines and spirits declared or labelled as belonging to any of the above divisions the appropriate duty therein laid down shall be paid except that on any native liquor however declared or labelled found by the Govern- ment Analyst or such person as the Governor may from time to time appoint in that behalf to contain more alcohol than is permitted in the division to which it is declared or labelled as belonging there shall be paid the appropriate duty of the division in which the amount of alcohol found has placed it: each division in such case shall represent native liquor of the limit of strength in alcohol therein stated and irrespective of any definition or description of such liquor, and on any native wines and spirits not declared or labelled as belonging to any division there shall be paid the duty appropriate to the division in which the amount of alcohol found by the Government Analyst or such person as the Governor may from time to time appoint on that behalf has placed it.

(2.) Stills in the New Territories (not including New Kowloon and the Island of Cheung Chau) shall be prohibited from sending liquor produced in these stills to Hongkong or to New Kowloon: provided that any licensee of a distillery who desires to send such liquor to Hongkong or New Kowloon may be granted a permit to do so, upon payment of the duties charged in Hongkong or New Kowloon.

(3.) On intoxicating liquors, other than spirits of wine, arrack, and native wines and spirits, stored in a general bonded or licensed warehouse at the date of the passing of this resolution, imported into, distilled, made, or prepared in the Colony above the strength of 18° under proof there shall be paid an additional duty of 6 cents for every degree above such strength in the case of brandy, and of 5 cents for every degree above such strength in the case of any other liquor.

  The Resolution made by the Legislative Council under the provisions of Section 3 (1) of the Liquors Ordinance, 1909, on the 16th day of March, 1911, (published in the Government Gazette of the 17th day of March, 1911, Government Notification No. 769, and on pages 288 and 289 of the "Regulations of Hongkong, 1914,"), is hereby cancelled.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

1st March, 1916.

  No. 91. His Excellency the Governor has given his assent, in the name and on behalf of His Majesty the King, to the following Ordinance passed by the Legislative Council:-

Ordinance No. 2 of 1916.-An Ordinance to prevent the use of false passports, and to confer on the Governor-in-Council power to order the internment of certain suspected

persons.

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HONGKONG.

No. 2 OF 1916.

LS

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

Short title.

False pass- ports and assumed

names.

Internment

1st March, 1916.

An Ordinance to prevent the use of false pass- ports, and to confer on the Governor-in- Council power to order the internment of certain suspected persons.

[1st March, 1916.]

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the False Passports and Suspected Persons Ordinance, 1916.

2. Every person who without lawful authority or excuse has in his possession a false passport, or who being a sub- ject of a Sovereign or State at war with His Majesty passes under an assumed name, and every person who at any time since the 4th day of August, 1914, without law- ful authority or excuse has had in his possession a false passport, shall be deemed to be guilty of a misdemeanour and shall be liable upon conviction either summarily or on indictment to imprisonment for any term not exceeding twelve months and to a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars.

3.-(1.) It shall be lawful for the Governor-in-Council of suspected in his absolute discretion to order to be interned for the persons. duration of the present war between His Majesty and the German Emperor any person whatsoever whose behaviour within or without the Colony in the opinion of the Governor-in-Council is or at any time before or after the commencement of this Ordinance has been of such a nature as to give reasonable ground for suspicion that such person is acting or is about to act in a manner prejudicial to the defence of the Colony, or to the public safety of any part of His Majesty's dominions, or in whose possession may be found any letter document or other article whatsoever the possession of which may in the opinion of the Governor-in-Council give rise to such a suspicion.

*

Saving of rights and powers of

the Crown.

(2.) Any person so ordered to be interned may be interned in such place and under such conditions as the Governor- in-Council may determine and any order of the Governor- in-Council herein under the hand of the Clerk of Councils shall be sufficient authority to any person to whom it is addressed to arrest and detain the person so ordered to be interned.

(3.) It shall be lawful for the Governor to release at any time and either absolutely or upon any conditions what- soever any person so ordered to be interned.

4. Nothing in this Ordinance shall be construed as derogating in any way from any rights or powers of the Crown in existence immediately before the coming into operation of this Ordinance.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 1st day of March, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 1st

day of March, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

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DESPATCHES FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

No. 92.

CIRCULAR.

DOWNING STREET,

15th January, 1916.

SIR,-I have the honour to transmit to you, for your information, the accompanying copy of a warrant entitled "The Royal Red Cross Warrant" revoking the rules and ordinances hitherto in force for the government of the Decoration known as "The Royal Red Cross," and substituting new rules and ordinances in lieu thereof.

I have, &c.,

A. BONAR LAW.

The Officer Administering the Government of

HONGKONG.

WAR OFFICE,

16th November, 1915.

THE ROYAL RED CROSS WARRANT.

GEORGE R.I.

:

GEORGE the FIFTH by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas King, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India. To all whom these Presents shall come Greeting:---

  Whereas Her late Majesty Our Beloved Grandmother Queen Victoria by a Warrant diated the 23rd day of April, 1883, did institute, constitute and create a Decoration designated "The Royal Red Cross" to be awarded in recognition of special services rendered in nursing the sick and wounded of Our Army and Navy and did make, ordain and establish certain rules and ordinances for the government of the same, which rules and ordinances were subsequently amended by Royal Warrants dated the 11th day of December, 1897, the 24th day of July, 1902, and the 8th day of September, 1909:

And whereas it is Our Royal Will and Pleasure that further provision shall be made for the recognition of such special services rendered in nursing the sick and wounded of Our Army and Navy :

Now therefore We do hereby declare that the rules and ordinances heretofore in force for the government of the said Decoration shall be abrogated, cancelled and annulled, and We are pleased to make, ordain and establish the following rules and ordinances in substitution for the same, which shall from henceforth be inviolably observed and kept :--

  Firstly. The Decoration shall be styled and designated "The Royal Red Cross," and shall be divided into two Classes.

The First Class shall consist of a Cross, enamelled red, edged with gold, having on the arms thereof the words, Faith, Hope, Charity, with the date of the institution of the Decoration; the centre having thereon in relief the Royal and Imperial Effigy. On the reverse thereof the Royal and Imperial Cipher and Crown shall be shown in relief on the

centre.

   The Second Class shall consist of a Cross which shall be of the same form and size as in the First Class, but shall be of frosted silver and shall have superimposed thereon a Maltese Cross enamelled red not exceeding half its dimensions, the centre having thereon in relief the Royal and Imperial Effigy. The reverse shall have inscribed on the arms thereof the words Faith, Hope, Charity and the date of institution of the original Decoration, and shall bear in the centre in relief the Royal and Imperial Cipher and Crown.

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 Secondly. The Cross in either Class shall be attached to a dark blue riband edged red, of one inch in width, tied in a bow and worn on the left shoulder.

 Thirdly. The decoration may be worn by the Queen Regnant, the Queen Consort, or the Queen Dowager of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland; and it shall be competent for Us, Our Heirs and Successors, to confer the Decoration upon any of the Princesses of the Royal Family of Great Britain and Ireland; also upon the Queens or Princesses of Foreign Countries who may have specially exerted themselves in provi- ding for the nursing of the sick and wounded of Foreign Armies and Navies.

 Fourthly.It shall be competent for Us, Our Heirs and Successors, to confer either Class of this Decoration upon any members of the Nursing Services without restriction as to rank, or upon other persons engaged in nursing duties whether subjects or foreign persons, who may be recommended to Our notice by Our Secretary of State for War or by the First Lord of the Admiralty, as the case may be, for special devotion and compe- tency which they may have displayed in their nursing duties with Our Army in the Field, or in Our Naval and Military Hospitals.

 Fifthly. The number of awards in the First Class of the Decoration shall not exceed two per cent. of the total establishment of Nurses, and the number of awards in the Second Class of the Decoration shall not exceed five per cent. of the total establishment of Nurses, the allotments to be proportionate to the numbers of each Nursing Service provided nevertheless that it shall be competent for Us, Our Heirs and Successors, to make such additions as, under exceptional circumstances, We may deem fitting.

 Sixthly. Recipients of the Second Class of the Decoration shall be eligible for advancement to the First Class as vacancies may arise.

 Seventhly. Recipients of the First Class of the Decoration shall be designated Members of the Royal Red Cross, and shall be entitled to the letters R.R.C. following their names. Recipients of the Second Class of the Decoration shall be designated Associates of the Royal Red Cross, and shall be entitled to the letters A.R.R.C. following their names.

 Eighthly. It shall be competent for Us, Our Heirs and Successors, to confer either Class of the Decoration upon any ladies, whether subjects or foreign persons, who may be recommended to Our notice by Our Secretary of State for War as having voluntarily undertaken the duties of establishing, conducting or assisting in hospitals for the treat- ment of sick and wounded soldiers and sailors of Our Army and Navy, or of Our Indian Military Forces or of the Naval and Military Forces of Our Self-governing Dominions beyond the Seas, or as having performed valuable services with the Red Cross or kindred societies at home or abroad, or as having otherwise rendered eminent services in the care of sick and wounded soldiers and sailors of Our Army and Navy; and it hereby ordained that all persons appointed under this Clause shall be regarded as Honorary Members or Associates, and their appointments shall be additional to the establishment ordained in the Fifth Clause of this Our Royal Warrant.

 Ninthly.---The names of those upon whom We may be pleased to confer the Decora- tion shall be published in the London Gazette, and a registry thereof kept in the office of Our Secretary of State for War.

 Tenthly. In order to make such additional provision as shall effectually preserve pure this honourable distinction, it is ordained that if any person on whom such distine- tion shall be conferred shall by her conduct become unworthy of it, her name shall be erased, by an order under the Royal Sign Manual, from the register of those upom whom the said Decoration shall have been conferred. And it is hereby declared that We, Our Heirs and Successors, shall be the sole judge of the conduct which may require the erasure from the register of the name of the offending person, and that it shall at all times be competent for Us, Our Heirs and Successors, to restore the name if such restora- tion should be justified by the circumstances of the case.

 Lastly. We reserve to Ourself, Our Heirs and Successors, full power of annulling, altering, abrogating, augmenting, interpreting, or dispensing with these Regulations, or any part thereof, by a notification under the Royal Sign Manual.

Given at Our Court at St. James's, this Tenth day of November, 1915, in the

Sixth year of Our Reign.

By His Majesty's Command,

H. H. ASQUITH.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

  No. 93. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under Section 9 of the Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1911, (Ordinance No. 9 of 1911), the Honourable Sir CATCHICK PAUL CHATER, Kt., C.M.G., to be Vice-Chairman of the Licensing Board, with effect from the 28th February, 1916.

1st March, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 94. With reference to the List of Authorised Architects published in Government Notification No. 112 of the 12th March, 1915, the following should be added:---

"ARTHUR TURNER.'

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  No. 95.-The lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as the 1st and 2nd Schedules to the Rules made under the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, and published as Notification No. 2 in the Gazette of the 7th January, 1916, and amended by Notifications No. 41 published in the Gazette Extraordinary of 29th January, 1916, and No. 58, No. 67, and No. 80, published in the Gazettes of 11th, 18th, and 25th February, 1916, respectively, 'are hereby further amended as follows:-

China.

Add the following:-

Anglo-Chinese Engineers Association, Peking.

Chieng Hing Saw Mill Company, Foochow.

Horenstein & Co., L., Tientsin.

Hsiao, Dr. C. H., Union Dispensary, Tientsin.

Jeejeebhoy & Co., D., Canton.

Kin Yamei, Dr., Peiyang Women's Dispensary, Tientsin.

Kwan, Dr. K. H., Ma Chia Kou, Tientsin.

Noronha, Fernandes, Canton.

Seng Ann Hong Kee Dispensary, Swatow.

Tom, H., British Concession, Tientsin. Tshun Tak Dispensary, Swatow.

Wai Chi, Japanese Concession, Tientsin.

Wilkinson, T. M., Foochow.

Wong Ah Ming, French Concession, Tientsin. Wong Yuen Kee, French Concession, Tientsin.

Yat Ling Dispensary, Swatow.

Yuen Sui Chang, Swatow.

Siam.

Add the following:-

Hop Fong, Bangkok.

Hoop Tack Cheung, Bangkok.

Hong Thye, Bangkok.

Kwong Hang Seng, Bangkok.

Poh Wah Seng, Bangkok.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

3rd March, 1916.

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SUPREME COURT.

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No. 96.-It is hereby notified for general information that, pursuant to Section 5 of the Criminal Procedure Ordinances, 1899-1913, His Honour the Chief Justice has ordered that no Criminal Sessions for the despatch of the business of the Court shall be held in the month of March, 1916.

1st March, 1916.

HUGH A. NISBET, Registrar.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 97. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

No. 4 of

1902.

17th February, 1902.

No. 5 of

Do.

i

1902.

25th February, 1916.

American Waltham Watch Company, in Boston in the County of Suffolk, and in Waltham in the County of Milddlesex, State of Mas- sachusetts, U.S.A.

Do.

17th February, 1930.

10

10

Do.

  No. 98.-It is hereby notified that the following Letters Patent have been granted :-

Number.

Date of Grant.

Name of Grantee.

Address of Grantee.

Description of Invention.

3 of 1916.

1916.

25th February, Vietor Talking Ma- chine Company, as assignees of James Winstead Owen, Mechanic, of 39 East Stewart Street, Lansdowne, Delaware County, State of Pennsyl- vania,

United

States of America.

A corporation duly organiz-

ed and existing under the laws of the State of New Jersey, United States of America, and having its principal place business at 127 Front Street, Camden, in said State.

An invention for improve- ments in Styluses for Talking Machines.

1st March, 1916.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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LAND OFFICE.

  No. 99. It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Government on Tokwawan Lot No. 178 has been registered in the Land Office according to law.

  No. 100. It is hereby notified for general information that a Memorial of Re- entry by the Government on Matauchung Lot No. 57 has been registered in the Land Office according to law.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

3rd March, 1916.

मे

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 10, 1916.

DESPATCHES FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

No. 101.

CIRCULAR.

DOWNING STREET,

3rd January, 1916.

SIR, I have the honour to transmit for your information a copy of an Order of the King in Council, of 22nd December, 1915, for the requisition of the whole of the insulated spaces in all British steamships registered in the United Kingdom.

I have, &c.,

A. BONAR LAW.

The Officer Administering the Government of

HONGKONG.

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE,

THE 2ND DAY OF DECEMBER, 1915.

PRESENT,

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

WHEREAS a state of war exists between His Majesty and the German Emperor, the Emperor of Austria King of Hungary, the Sultan of Turkey, and the King of the Bulgarians :

And whereas His Majesty holds it to be His Prerogative Duty as well as His Pre- rogative Right to take all steps necessary for the Defence and Protection of the Realm:

And whereas it has been made to appear to His Majesty that it is essential to the Defence and Protection of the Realm that the whole of the insulated spaces in all British steamships registered or hereafter to be registered in the United Kingdom, now fitted or hereafter to be fitted for the carriage of refrigerated produce, not being insulated spaces already requisitioned or liable to be requisitioned under any existing Order in Council, should be made liable to requisition in manner hereinafter prescribed for the carriage of such refrigerated produce:

Now, therefore, His Majesty is pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, and in the exercise of His Prerogatives as aforesaid, and of all other powers Him there- unto enabling, to order, and it is hereby ordered, that the whole of the insulated spaces, except as aforesaid, in the British steamships before specified may until further order be requisitioned by or on behalf of His Majesty for the carriage of such produce, and such requisition is to take effect upon Notice of Requisition being served as hereinafter pro- vided on the Owner of any such steamship, and upon the Owner of any such insulated space if the insulated space be owned separately from any such steamship.

And His Majesty is further pleased, by and with the advice aforesaid, to authorize the President of the Board of Trade to give effect to this Order by causing Notice of Requisition to be served on the Owner of any such steamship and upon the Owner of any such insulated space if the insulated space be owned separately from any such steam- ship.

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  And His Majesty is further pleased, by and with the advice aforesaid, to declare that service of Notice of Requisition on an Owner of any such steamship or insulated space therein shall be deemed sufficient and effective if served in the case of an individual Owner by being addressed to such individual Owner and left at his last known place of business or abode, and, in the case of joint Owners, by being addressed to such joint Owners and left at the last known business addresses or places of abode of such joint Owners, and in the case of a Company or Corporation by being addressed to such Com- pany or Corporation and left at the registered or other address of such Company or Corporation, or in any of the aforesaid cases so far as regards service in respect of any steamship by being addressed to the Managing Owner, ship's husband or other the person to whom the management of the ship is by law entrusted by or on behalf of the Owners and left at the registered or other last known address or place of abode of such Managing Owner, ship's husband or other such person, as the case may be.

And His Majesty is further pleased, by and with the advice aforesaid, to declare that any Notice of Requisition which the President of the Board of Trade may cause to be served hereunder may be signed by any person or persons from time to time authorized for such purpose either generally or specially by the President of the Board of Trade.

  And the President of the Board of Trade is to give instructions and directions accordingly.

ALMERIC FITZROY.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

  No. 102. His Majesty the King has not been advised to exercise his power of dis- allowance with respect to the following Ordinances :---

Ordinance No. 27 of 1915.-An Ordinance to amend the Full Court Ordinance, 1912, and to make further provision for the constitution of the Full Court.

Ordinance No. 29 of 1915.-An Ordinance to amend the Magistrates Ordinance,

1890, and for purposes connected therewith.

:

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

10th March, 1916.

:

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 103. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ERIC WILLIAM HAMILTON to act as Secretary to the Sanitary Board, during the absence of Mr. CYRIL FRANCIS WOGAN BOWEN-ROWLANDS or until further notice, with effect from the 8th instant.

10th March, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 104.--It is hereby notified that the words "Section 3 (1) of the Liquors Ordi- nance, 1909, (Ordinance No. 27 of 1909)" in the heading to the resolution made by the Legislative Council under Section 41 (1) of the Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1911, on the 1st March, 1916, published in the Gazette of the 1st March, 1916, Notification No. 90, should read "Section 41 (1) of the Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1911, (Ordi- nance No. 9 of 1911)".

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  And His Majesty is further pleased, by and with the advice aforesaid, to declare that service of Notice of Requisition on an Owner of any such steamship or insulated space therein shall be deemed sufficient and effective if served in the case of an individual Owner by being addressed to such individual Owner and left at his last known place of business or abode, and, in the case of joint Owners, by being addressed to such joint Owners and left at the last known business addresses or places of abode of such joint Owners, and in the case of a Company or Corporation by being addressed to such Com- pany or Corporation and left at the registered or other address of such Company or Corporation, or in any of the aforesaid cases so far as regards service in respect of any steamship by being addressed to the Managing Owner, ship's husband or other the person to whom the management of the ship is by law entrusted by or on behalf of the Owners and left at the registered or other last known address or place of abode of such Managing Owner, ship's husband or other such person, as the case may be.

And His Majesty is further pleased, by and with the advice aforesaid, to declare that any Notice of Requisition which the President of the Board of Trade may cause to be served hereunder may be signed by any person or persons from time to time authorized for such purpose either generally or specially by the President of the Board of Trade.

  And the President of the Board of Trade is to give instructions and directions accordingly.

ALMERIC FITZROY.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

  No. 102. His Majesty the King has not been advised to exercise his power of dis- allowance with respect to the following Ordinances :---

Ordinance No. 27 of 1915.-An Ordinance to amend the Full Court Ordinance, 1912, and to make further provision for the constitution of the Full Court.

Ordinance No. 29 of 1915.-An Ordinance to amend the Magistrates Ordinance,

1890, and for purposes connected therewith.

:

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

10th March, 1916.

:

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 103. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ERIC WILLIAM HAMILTON to act as Secretary to the Sanitary Board, during the absence of Mr. CYRIL FRANCIS WOGAN BOWEN-ROWLANDS or until further notice, with effect from the 8th instant.

10th March, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 104.--It is hereby notified that the words "Section 3 (1) of the Liquors Ordi- nance, 1909, (Ordinance No. 27 of 1909)" in the heading to the resolution made by the Legislative Council under Section 41 (1) of the Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1911, on the 1st March, 1916, published in the Gazette of the 1st March, 1916, Notification No. 90, should read "Section 41 (1) of the Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1911, (Ordi- nance No. 9 of 1911)".

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  No. 105. The lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as the 1st and 2nd Schedules to the Rules made under the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, and published as Notification No. 2 in the Gazette of the 7th January, 1916, and amended by Notifications No. 41 published in the Gazette Extraordinary of 29th January, 1916, and No. 58, No. 67, No. 80, and No. 95, published in the Gazettes of 11th, 18th, and 25th February, and 3rd March, 1916, respectively, are hereby further amended as follows:-

China.

Add the following:--

Baptist Publication Society, Canton. Blix, Carl, Shanghai.

Casa do Povo, Shanghai.

Chang, J. D., Shanghai.

Colacco Brothers, Shanghai.

Commercial Museum, Tieh Ling.

Gonda Shoten, Tieh Ling.

Hsu, W. T. O., (Imperial Medical College), Tientsin.

Katz & Co., A., Shanghai.

Levy Simon & Co., Shanghai.

Loo Teh Kee, Shanghai.

Mission Book Co., Shanghai.

Poohoomal Mulliamul Amer, Hankow.

Yang & Co., I. C., Peking.

For Bland, H. E.

"?

29

British and Chinese Dispensary.

Fu Shing Tai, Tientsin.

Mitsui Busan Kaisha, Hankow.

read Bland & Co., H. E., Tientsin.

Bristol and Chinese Dispensary.

>

Fu Hsing Tai, Tientsin.

وو

Smith, Edwin R., D.D.S.

Watt, Dr. W. T., Tientsin.

་་

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Hankow and Tieh Ling,

Smith, Edwin R., D.D.S., Hankow.

Watt, Dr. W. T., (Imperial Medical College),

Tientsin.

Siam.

Add the following:---

Abdoolally, H., Bangkok.

Abduleaium K. Saherwalla, Bangkok.

Chip Yiak Siang Chan, Bangkok.

De Burgh, W., Bangkok.

Kwang Soon Tung, Bangkok.

Netherlands Trading Society Co., Siam.

Phya Sri Kridikara, Bangkok.

Selley, N. L., Wat Debsirindr School, Bangkok.

Thien Fook Seng (Han Fook Seng), Bangkok. Tilleke & Gibbins, Bangkok.

Youg Shing, Bangkok.

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For Ban Hin, Puket.

,, Bean Getan, Renong.

"1

Cartwright, B. (.

Chan Khoon Sin, Setul. Cheng Kiat, L.

Chieng Mai Mission Press.

Guan Mong Chan. Guan Seng.

Hussein & Sons, A.

Swee Hin, Puket.

Yong Seng.

read

,,

Ban Hin, Puket and Pangnga.

Bean Getan, Renong and Pangnga.

Cartwright, B. O., Bangkok.

Chan Khong Sin, Setul.

Cheng Kiat, L., Bangkok.

Chiengmai Mission Press, Bangkok.

Guan Mong Chan, Bangkok.

Guan Seng, Bangkok.

Hussein & Sons, A., Bangkok.

Sin Hin, Puket.

Yong Seng, Bangkok.

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   No. 106. The following Finding of the Marine Court of Inquiry into the strand- ing of the British Steamship Kolya, Official No. 95,100, is published for general informa-

tion.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

10th March, 1916.

FINDING.

   We find that the British ship Kolya, Official No. 95,100, left Hongkong bound for Christmas Island in ballast at 7.30 a.m. on 20th February, 1916, with JAMES WILLOX, Master, the number of whose Certificate is 036,321 of Aberdeen, and GEORGE CARPENDALE, Chief Officer, and that all went well until abeam of Gap Rock distant 3 miles about 11.45 a.m., when a course was set to pass 60′′ to the N.W. of North Reef Paracel Island. This course was taken to be S. 56° W. true and was checked by the Chief Officer while the Master was laying it off. The ship was then steered on this course until shortly after 4 p.m. when a deviation of 3° W. having been obtained, the course was altered to S. 60° W. and that course steered without any further check, until the ship struck at 5.40 a.m. on 21st February.

We find that these courses were wrongly set and that such courses would take the ship direct to the point on which she finally struck.

The correct course to have steered would have been S. 34° W. True.

   The Court hold that the stranding was entirely due to the gross carelessness of the Master in setting and steering these wrongful courses, but, taking into consideration that the Master took proper action to get the ship off after grounding, we order the Master's Certificate-Foreign Going to be suspended for 12 months, but grant him a River Master's Certificate or Foreign Going Mate's Certificate during this period.

   The Court orders that GEORGE CARPENDALE, Chief Officer, is to be severely repri- manded for his carelessness in the Navigation of this ship and place the same on record.

Given under our hands at Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, this 6th day of March, 1916.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

(Signed)

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Stipendiary Magistrate and President of the Court. F. GIBSON, Commander, R.N.,

H.M.S. Tamar,

WELLESBY DAVISON,

Master, S.S. Empress of Russia.

SAMUEL ROBINSON,

Master, S.S. Empress of Asia.

ERNEST J. POTTINGER,

Master, S.S. Linan.

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For Ban Hin, Puket.

,, Bean Getan, Renong.

"1

Cartwright, B. (.

Chan Khoon Sin, Setul. Cheng Kiat, L.

Chieng Mai Mission Press.

Guan Mong Chan. Guan Seng.

Hussein & Sons, A.

Swee Hin, Puket.

Yong Seng.

read

,,

Ban Hin, Puket and Pangnga.

Bean Getan, Renong and Pangnga.

Cartwright, B. O., Bangkok.

Chan Khong Sin, Setul.

Cheng Kiat, L., Bangkok.

Chiengmai Mission Press, Bangkok.

Guan Mong Chan, Bangkok.

Guan Seng, Bangkok.

Hussein & Sons, A., Bangkok.

Sin Hin, Puket.

Yong Seng, Bangkok.

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   No. 106. The following Finding of the Marine Court of Inquiry into the strand- ing of the British Steamship Kolya, Official No. 95,100, is published for general informa-

tion.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

10th March, 1916.

FINDING.

   We find that the British ship Kolya, Official No. 95,100, left Hongkong bound for Christmas Island in ballast at 7.30 a.m. on 20th February, 1916, with JAMES WILLOX, Master, the number of whose Certificate is 036,321 of Aberdeen, and GEORGE CARPENDALE, Chief Officer, and that all went well until abeam of Gap Rock distant 3 miles about 11.45 a.m., when a course was set to pass 60′′ to the N.W. of North Reef Paracel Island. This course was taken to be S. 56° W. true and was checked by the Chief Officer while the Master was laying it off. The ship was then steered on this course until shortly after 4 p.m. when a deviation of 3° W. having been obtained, the course was altered to S. 60° W. and that course steered without any further check, until the ship struck at 5.40 a.m. on 21st February.

We find that these courses were wrongly set and that such courses would take the ship direct to the point on which she finally struck.

The correct course to have steered would have been S. 34° W. True.

   The Court hold that the stranding was entirely due to the gross carelessness of the Master in setting and steering these wrongful courses, but, taking into consideration that the Master took proper action to get the ship off after grounding, we order the Master's Certificate-Foreign Going to be suspended for 12 months, but grant him a River Master's Certificate or Foreign Going Mate's Certificate during this period.

   The Court orders that GEORGE CARPENDALE, Chief Officer, is to be severely repri- manded for his carelessness in the Navigation of this ship and place the same on record.

Given under our hands at Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, this 6th day of March, 1916.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

(Signed)

""

""

Stipendiary Magistrate and President of the Court. F. GIBSON, Commander, R.N.,

H.M.S. Tamar,

WELLESBY DAVISON,

Master, S.S. Empress of Russia.

SAMUEL ROBINSON,

Master, S.S. Empress of Asia.

ERNEST J. POTTINGER,

Master, S.S. Linan.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 10, 1916.

TREASURY.

No. 107. With reference to Sections 6 and 7 of Ordinance No. 22 of 1915, parties having claims against any enemy estate in the Colony, (other than those being wound up under the Alien Enemies (Winding up) Ordinances), are requested to send in as early as convenient a statement of such claims to the Custodian of Enemy Property at the Treasury.

A. M. THOMSON,

10th March, 1916,

Treasurer, de.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

  No. 108. Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory Hongkong, during the month of February, 1916.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

WIND.

DATE.

AT

CLOUDI SUN-

NESS.

RAIN.

SHINE.

M.S.L. Max. Mean. Min. Rel. Abs.

Dir.

Vel.

ins.

?

о

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points. Miles.

p.h.

1,

30.07

63.7

60.2

55.3 73 0.38

78

1.3

E by S 8.5

2,

.OI

67.7

61.5 57.0

73

.40

I 2

9.8

E by S

12.5

3,

29.95

63.1

60.6

57.9 78

.42

85

5.7

E

28.2

4,

.89 61.9

60.8

59.1

86

.46

100

0.070

E

31.9

5,

.89

63.7

61.5 59.3 89

.49

93

2.7

0.530

E

26.7

6,

.89

66.8

63.9 62.0. 84

.50

95

0.8

0.030

E by S 17.0

7,

.8.3

65.8

62.3

59.6 92

.52

99

E

12.8

8,

.87 60.6 59.5

57.5

9,

30.08

58.2 55-7 51.2 75

.

10,

[1.

.19

56.7 54. 50.5

.19

63.5 58.5 55.3

12,

.22 58.8

13,

.28

14.

.26

58.6

15.

16.

17,

18.

.16

60.2 57.6 53.1 68

59.5 54.3 49.6 61 54.6 49.4 58

55.8 51.4 76

.14

65.2 60.4 56.6

73

8 KRE RE0000 m.

90

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100

E

26.0

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100

0.035

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73

.31

100

0.4

71

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97

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NNE

NE by E N by E

5.4

8.5

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E

E

18.3

21.0

E by S 15.3

E by S 18.8

4.1

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21,

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62.6 65-4

59.0 88

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97

1.5

0.005

22,

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63.7

61.2

59.4

88

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E

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18.5

24.7

23,

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66.5

63.5 60.9

95

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66.4 63.8

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94

3.5

25,

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66.8 61.0

53.0

93

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100

0.040

26.

30.06

59.2

55.2 51.6

79

.35

100

27.

29.94

58.8

57.4 56.4 83

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99

0.005

28.

29,

.91 30.17

62.8

59.7 54.1

90

46

54.7

53.1

50.1

60

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0.590

E by S 17.9

E by S 16.5

NE

NE by E11.0 E by N 35.0

E by N 15,0

7.6

NNE

9.6

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Sum.

Mean.

30.03

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56.1

80

0.42

82

80.3

1.305

E

16.8

Maximum,

Mean,

Minimum.

MEANS OF 30 YEARS (1884 TO 1913 INCLUSIVE) FÖR FEBRUARY:-

30.00

30.30 68.6 63.1 59.2 87 30.14 62.7 58.4 55.1 76

56.4

53.6

50.5 48

.48

97

207.5

7.945

...

17.0

.38

74

96.3

1.688 E by N

14.5

.21

37

16.3 0.000

11.3

  The rainfall for the month of February at the Botanical Gardens was 1ins 61 on 9 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 1ins.44 on 2 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 130 on 6 days.

ins.

8th March, 1916.

T. F. CLAXTON, Director.

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127

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 109.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909 :

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

No. 10 of 1902.

6th March, 1902.

Wilkinson,

Heywood and

Clark, Limited, Hongkong

6th March, 1930.

1

and elsewhere.

No. 11 of

1902.

Do.

Do.

Do.

4

6th March, 1916.

E. CARPMAEL,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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No. S.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 17, 1916.

PROCLAMATIONS.

[L.S.]

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

  By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same:

  Whereas by the second section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as amended by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned to be exported from the Colony of Hongkong arms ammunition and gunpowder military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor may judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of military or naval stores provisions or any sort of victual which may be used as food by man or any or either of such arms ammunition gunpowder stores goods or articles respectively:

And whereas by the third section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as enacted by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned the exportation of all or any of the following articles namely arms ammunition military and naval stores. and any articles which the Governor shall judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores to any country or place therein named whenever the Governor by and with the advice aforesaid. shall judge such prohibition to be expedient in order to prevent such arms ammunition. or military or naval stores being used, against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-opera- tion with His Majesty's forces :

And whereas by the fourth section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as renumbered by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may whilst any such proclamation is in force permit to be exported or to be water-borne to be so exported any particular articles or class of articles the export of which is prohibited by such proclamation to such persons and on such terms and sub- ject to such conditions and regulations if any as to the Governor may seem fit and may at any time revoke or vary the terms of any such permission:

And whereas by sub-clause (9) of clause III of the order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria-in-Council made on the 26th day of October 1896 as amended by the order of His Majesty-in-Council made on the 28th day of August 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may prohibit the export from the Colony of any article:

And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of September 1915 the exporta- tion of certain articles therein referred to from the Colony was prohibited to certain or all destinations :

And whereas by proclamations dated respectively the 1st and 29th days of October the 19th day of November and the 10th 24th and 31st days of December 1915 the 7th and 21st days of January and the 11th and 18th days of February 1916 the said procla- mation of the 17th day of September 1915 was amended as therein stated:

 And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of December 1915 the said pro- clamation of the 10th day of December 1915 was amended as therein stated :

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  And whereas it is expedient that the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid should be further amended:

  And whereas the articles other than arms ammunition or military or naval stores hereinafter enumerated are articles which I with the advice aforesaid judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores:

  And whereas in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-operation with His Majesty's forces I with the advice aforesaid have deemed it expedient to prohibit the exportation of the articles hereinafter enumerated:

Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same by and with the advice of the Executive Council of this Colony and in virtue and exercise of the aforesaid powers do by this Proclamation declare and it is hereby declared that the above- mentioned proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid be and the same is hereby further amended as follows:

1. That the heading "Food stuffs of all kinds and anything which can be made into food for man, including inter alia the following" in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia, (except through Baltic Ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal, be amended so as to read "Food stuffs of all kinds and anything which can be made into food for man, except such articles as may for the time being be prohibited to all destinations or to all destinations other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protectorates, but including inter alia the following".

2. That the sub-headings "Sugar, refined and candy" and "Sugar, unrefined"

in the heading above referred to be deleted.

3. That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all destinations: other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protecto-

rates -

Sugar of all kinds, refined and unrefined.

  Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 17th day of March 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 17, 1916.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

  No. 110. It is hereby notified that the following society has been exempted by the Governor-in-Council from registration under the Societies Ordinance, 1911, (Ordi- nance No. 47 of 1911), and its name is hereby added to the List of Exempted Societies, published in Government Notification No. 172 of 1915, under the following heading:-

Sport (Non-Chinese).

9th March, 1916.

Young Men's Sporting Union.

No. 111.

Regulation made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 39 (8) of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, (Ordinance No. 10 of 1899), on the 16th day of March, 1916.

  Clause 34 of Table U of the Merchant Shipping Regulations published on page 755 of the Regulations of Hongkong, 1914, is hereby deleted and the following substituted therefor

"34. The following is the maximum scale of hire for lighters and cargo boats :----

Per day or night

of 12 hours.

Per

load.

Vessels of

10,000 piculs and upwards,

$60

$30

""

""

under 10,000

5,000 4,000

"}

and not less than 5,000 piculs 50

25

>>

}"

19

4,000

40

20

""

>>

3,000

30

15

""

梦节

3,000

2,000

20

10*

""

""

""

2,000

""

""

""

""

1,000

15

8

""

1,000

800

10

5

1)

""

""

""

99.

"

800

"

500 100 piculs,

500

5

3

">

"

100

3

2

"

1.50

1."

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

= 16th March, 1916.

A. G. M. FLetcher,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 112.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve of Second Lieutenant WILLIAM EDWARD OSBORN, Bombay Volunteer Artillery, late Lieutenant, Wellington Division, New Zealand Garrison Artillery, being attached to the Hongkong Volunteer Corps, with effect from the 10th March, 1916.

14th March, 1916.

No. 113. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Police Inspec- tor ALBERT TERRETT to be an Examiner of Weights and Measures under the Weights and Measures Ordinance, 1885, section 4, and also Inspector of Dangerous Goods under the Gunpowder and Fireworks Ordinance, 1901, section 14, in place of Inspector WILLIAM WITHERS, retired, with effect from the 22nd March, 1916.

17th March. 1916.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 17, 1916.

NOTICES.

133

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 114.-It is hereby notified that, having assumed the additional surname and arms of FANE, Mr. RICHARD PONSONBY, Private Secretary to His Excellency the Governor, will henceforward be known as RICHARD PONSONBY FANE.

No. 115. It is hereby notified that the Riverside Flour Code (5th edition) has been added to the list of authorised codes as from the 16th instant.

   No. 116. It is hereby notified for the information of the public that it will tend to expedite the despatch of telegrams in one of the authorised codes, if decodes are handed in with the code messages.

No. 117. The Government desire to warn importers that goods which originated in an enemy country, even though they may have left enemy territory and become neutral property before the war, are liable to seizure under the Trading with the Enemy Second Amendment Ordinance, 1915, if imported without permission of the Government.

Such permission is as a rule granted only upon production of incontrovertible evidence that the identical goods which it is desired to import left enemy territory before the war.

The evidence should be produced and the authority of the Government obtained before any steps are taken to have the goods shipped to this Colony.

No. 118. The following is published for general information.

?

PRESS BUREAU,

6.10 p.m., December 17th, 1915.

The Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs is informed by the United States Ambas- sador that the Turkish Government desire that, in future, remittances of money not exceeding £5 from private persons for British prisoners of war in Turkey should be despatched to the International Red Cross Committee at Geneva for transmission to the Ottoman Red Crescent Society at Constantinople, by whom payment to the recipients. will be effected and a receipt returned to the International Committee at Geneva.

Letters and parcels should also be sent to the International Red Cross Committee at Geneva for transmission. Such letters and parcels are post free. Money should be remitted by international money order, which can be obtained at any Post Office, and which should be made payable to the International Red Cross Committee at Geneva and sent on with full name, number, and regiment of the prisoner of war to whom the money is to be paid.

   Information has also been received from the United States Ambassador that prisoners of war in Turkey are now allowed to write only one letter a week, limited to four lines, and that this regulation applies also to letters addressed to them. Letters of greater length will not be delivered.

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  No. 119. The lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as the 1st and 2nd Schedules to the Rules made under the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, and published as Notification No. 2 in the Gazette of the 7th January, 1916, and amended by Notifications No. 41 published in the Gazette Extraordinary of 29th January, 1916, and No. 58, No. 67, No. 80, No. 95, and No. 105, published in the Gazettes of 11th, 18th, and 25th February, and 3rd and 10th March, 1916, respectively, are hereby further amended as follows:---

China.

Add the following:---

Foochow Electric Company, Foochow.

Kwongtung Electric Supply Company, Canton.

Add the following:-

Siam.

Bhindakayacara, Bangkok.

Chop Goh Chiap Seng, Bangkok.

Joo Huat, Bangkok.

Nusani & Co., M., Bangkok.

Oon Hock Guan, Bangkok.

For Hop Fong, Bangkok, read

Hap Fong, Bangkok.

  No. 120. The following Finding of the Marine Court of Inquiry into the strand- ing of the Steamship Australian Transport, Official No. 132,812, West Hartlepool, is published for general information.

17th March, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

FINDING.

We find that the Steamship Australian Transport, Official No. 132,812, West Hartle- pool, of which FREDERICK ROBERT CLARKE, number of whose Certificate is 010,140, West Hartlepool, was Master, left Batavia on December 23rd, 1915, for Vladivostock, mean draft 24 feet and proceeded through the Palawan Passage, and along the N.W. Coast of Luzon and was steering to pass Eastward of Formosa Island when she stranded at 11.45 p.m. on the 4th February, 1916, on the S.W. point of Sama Sana Island or now called Hoi Sho To Island. We consider that up to the time of such stranding the navigation of the ship had been carried out in a proper and efficient manner, and that the track this ship was taking East of Formosa Island was one generally followed by low powered vessels during the N.E. Monsoon. Taking into consideration the position of the ship as shown by Dead Reckoning on the 4th January, we do not consider that the Master would have been justified in steering any courses other than he did,-as owing to the great depth of water it would be impossible to obtain soundings. The stranding of this ship was in no way the fault of the Master or crew, but was entirely due to an unknown current which could not be allowed for, and which set the ship N. 73° W. 12 hours 11',

134

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 17, 1916.

  No. 119. The lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as the 1st and 2nd Schedules to the Rules made under the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, and published as Notification No. 2 in the Gazette of the 7th January, 1916, and amended by Notifications No. 41 published in the Gazette Extraordinary of 29th January, 1916, and No. 58, No. 67, No. 80, No. 95, and No. 105, published in the Gazettes of 11th, 18th, and 25th February, and 3rd and 10th March, 1916, respectively, are hereby further amended as follows:---

China.

Add the following:---

Foochow Electric Company, Foochow.

Kwongtung Electric Supply Company, Canton.

Add the following:-

Siam.

Bhindakayacara, Bangkok.

Chop Goh Chiap Seng, Bangkok.

Joo Huat, Bangkok.

Nusani & Co., M., Bangkok.

Oon Hock Guan, Bangkok.

For Hop Fong, Bangkok, read

Hap Fong, Bangkok.

  No. 120. The following Finding of the Marine Court of Inquiry into the strand- ing of the Steamship Australian Transport, Official No. 132,812, West Hartlepool, is published for general information.

17th March, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

FINDING.

We find that the Steamship Australian Transport, Official No. 132,812, West Hartle- pool, of which FREDERICK ROBERT CLARKE, number of whose Certificate is 010,140, West Hartlepool, was Master, left Batavia on December 23rd, 1915, for Vladivostock, mean draft 24 feet and proceeded through the Palawan Passage, and along the N.W. Coast of Luzon and was steering to pass Eastward of Formosa Island when she stranded at 11.45 p.m. on the 4th February, 1916, on the S.W. point of Sama Sana Island or now called Hoi Sho To Island. We consider that up to the time of such stranding the navigation of the ship had been carried out in a proper and efficient manner, and that the track this ship was taking East of Formosa Island was one generally followed by low powered vessels during the N.E. Monsoon. Taking into consideration the position of the ship as shown by Dead Reckoning on the 4th January, we do not consider that the Master would have been justified in steering any courses other than he did,-as owing to the great depth of water it would be impossible to obtain soundings. The stranding of this ship was in no way the fault of the Master or crew, but was entirely due to an unknown current which could not be allowed for, and which set the ship N. 73° W. 12 hours 11',

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135

and also to the heavy rain squalls and general bad weather prevailing. After the ship struck everything was done by the Master and crew in a seamanlike way to get the ship off, and we appreciate the tremendous amount of labour necessary to jettison so much heavy cargo under the existing conditions. The Court take this opportunity of congra- tulating the Master, Officers and crew on their successful efforts.

  Given under our hands at Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, this 14th day of March, 1916.

(Signed)

""

""

""

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Stipendiary Magistrate and President of the Court.

F. GIBSON, Commander, R.N.,

H.M.S. Tamar.

W. DAVISON,

Master, S.S. Empress of Russia.

WILLIAM MCGHIE,

Master, S.S. Glenogle.

MCMURRAY, Lieut.-Commander, R.N.R.,

H.M.S. Whiting.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 121.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 10th and 14th days of April, 1916, respectively, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before those dates :-

Number of Trade Mark.

No. 12 of 1902.

No. 13 of 1902.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Wong Kam Shang of the Wong Fuk Ching Shop, No. 345a, Queen's Road West, Victoria, Hongkong.

Lau Wai Nam, No. 88, Bonham Strand, Victoria, Hongkong.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

10th March, 1916.

14th March, 1916.

14th March, 1916.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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135

and also to the heavy rain squalls and general bad weather prevailing. After the ship struck everything was done by the Master and crew in a seamanlike way to get the ship off, and we appreciate the tremendous amount of labour necessary to jettison so much heavy cargo under the existing conditions. The Court take this opportunity of congra- tulating the Master, Officers and crew on their successful efforts.

  Given under our hands at Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, this 14th day of March, 1916.

(Signed)

""

""

""

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Stipendiary Magistrate and President of the Court.

F. GIBSON, Commander, R.N.,

H.M.S. Tamar.

W. DAVISON,

Master, S.S. Empress of Russia.

WILLIAM MCGHIE,

Master, S.S. Glenogle.

MCMURRAY, Lieut.-Commander, R.N.R.,

H.M.S. Whiting.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 121.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 10th and 14th days of April, 1916, respectively, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before those dates :-

Number of Trade Mark.

No. 12 of 1902.

No. 13 of 1902.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Wong Kam Shang of the Wong Fuk Ching Shop, No. 345a, Queen's Road West, Victoria, Hongkong.

Lau Wai Nam, No. 88, Bonham Strand, Victoria, Hongkong.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

10th March, 1916.

14th March, 1916.

14th March, 1916.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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No. 9.

[L.S.]

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 24, 1916.

PROCLAMATIONS.

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same:

   Whereas by the second section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as amended by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned to be exported from the Colony of Hongkong arms ammunition and gunpowder military and naval stores. and any articles which the Governor may judge capable of being converted into or made. useful in increasing the quantity of military or naval stores provisions or any sort of victual which may be used as food by man or any or either of such arms ammunition gunpowder stores goods or articles respectively:

   And whereas by the third section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as enacted by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned the exportation of all or any of the following articles namely arms ammunition military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor shall judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores to any country or place therein named whenever the Governor by and with the advice aforesaid shall judge such prohibition to be expedient in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-opera- tion with His Majesty's forces:

   And whereas by the fourth section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as renumbered by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may whilst any such proclamation is in force permit to be exported or to be water-borne to be so exported any particular articles or class of articles the export of which is prohibited by such proclamation to such persons and on such terms and sub- ject to such conditions and regulations if any as to the Governor may seem fit and may at any time revoke or vary the terms of any such permission:

   And whereas by sub-clause (9) of clause III of the order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria-in-Council made on the 26th day of October 1896 as amended by the order of His Majesty-in-Council made on the 28th day of August 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may prohibit the export from the Colony of any article:

   And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of September 1915 the exporta- tion of certain articles therein referred to from the Colony was prohibited to certain or all destinations:

   And whereas by proclamations dated respectively the 1st and 29th days of October the 19th day of November and the 10th 24th and 31st days of December 1915 the 7th and 21st days of January and the 11th and 18th days of February and the 17th day of March 1916 the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 was amended as therein stated:

   And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of December 1915 the said pro- clamation of the 10th day of December 1915 was amended as therein stated:

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And whereas it is expedient that the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid should be further amended:

  And whereas the articles other than arms ammunition or military or naval stores hereinafter enumerated are articles which I with the advice aforesaid judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores:

  And whereas in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-operation with His Majesty's forces I with the advice aforesaid have deemed it expedient to prohibit the exportation of the articles hereinafter enumerated :

  Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same by and with the advice of the Executive Council of this Colony and in virtue and exercise of the aforesaid powers do by this Proclamation declare and it is hereby declared that the above- mentioned proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid be and the same is hereby further amended as follows:-

(1.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all destinations other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protecto-

rates:-

Cotton rags; Linen rags;

Waste paper.

(2.) That the heading "Railway waggons" in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all destinations other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protectorates be deleted, and there be substituted therefor the heading:-

Railway waggons and their component parts.

(3.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal:---

Canes and sticks, unmounted, whether for basket making or not; Cordage and twine of Manila hemp;

Europhen;

Files;

Pocket lamp cases and cases fitted with bulbs but not containing

batteries;

Rum and imitation rum.

 Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 24th day of March 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 122.-The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information:-

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

MAKING CERTAIN ADDITIONS TO AND AMENDMENTS IN THE LIST OF ARTICLES

TO BE TREATED AS CONTRABAND OF WAR.

GEORGE R.I.

WH

HEREAS on the 14th day of October, 1915, We did issue Our Royal Proclama- tion specifying the articles which it was Our intention to treat as contraband during the continuance of hostilities or until We did give further public notice; and

Whereas it is expedient to make certain further additions to and amendments in the said list:

Now, therefore, We do hereby declare, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council that, during the continuance of the war or until We do give further public notice, the following articles will be treated as absolute contraband, in addition to those set out in Schedule I of Our Royal Proclamation aforementioned:-

Cork, including cork dust.

Bones in any form, whole or crushed, and bone ash. Soap.

Vegetable fibres and yarns made therefrom.

And We do hereby further declare that as from this date the following amendments shall be made in Schedule I of Our Royal Proclamation aforementioned :-

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In item 8, for "acetone shall be substituted "acetones, and raw or finished

materials usable for their preparation ".

In item 9, for "phosphorus

phosphorus"

   " shall be substituted "phosphorus and its com- pounds".

In item 26 there shall be added after the word "parts" the words "and

accessories".

In item 38 the more general term "lead" shall be substituted for the words

"lead, pig, sheet, or pipe ".

And We do hereby further declare that the following articles shall as from this date. be treated as conditional contraband in addition to those set out in Schedule II of Our Royal Proclamation aforementioned :--

Casein.

Bladders, guts, casings, and sausage skins.

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Twenty-seventh day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the sixth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 123. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under Section 19 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Police Sergeant MARTIN EARNER to be a Sanitary Inspector for Stanley, with effect from the 10th February, 1916, vice Lance-Sergeant ALFRED MARKS.

21st March, 1916.

  No. 124. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under Section 37, Sub-section 22, of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899, (Ordinance No. 10 of 1899), Mr. DAVID HARVEY to be a Surveyor of Boilers of unlicensed steamships under 60 tons burden, during the absence on leave of Mr. ARCHIBALD RITCHIE.

21st March, 1916.

  No. 125.-His Majesty the KING has been pleased to approve the appointment of Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK to be an Un-official Member of the Legislative Council, vice the late Mr. EDBERT ANSGAR HEWETT, C.M.G.

24th March, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT,

  No. 126. List of all Authorized Architects under Section 7 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, (Ordinance No. 1 of 1903) :-

ABDOOLRAHIM, ABDOOLHOOSEN. ADAMS, FRANCIS ROBERT JOHN. AUSTIN, ANTHONY ROY.

BAKER, ROBERT.

BIRD, HERBERT WILLIAM. BIRD, LENNOX GODFREY. CARPENTER, EDGAR WILLIAM. CHATHAM, WILLIAM, C.M.G. CHURCHILL, ALEC FLEMING. CLARK, JOHN CAER.

CORNELL, WILLIAM ARTHUR.

DENISON, ALBERT. GALE, CHARLES HENRY. GIBBS, LAWRENCE.

GRIFFIN, ALBERT EDWIN.

HAZELAND, ERNEST MANNING.

HEWITT, ALFRED HERBERT. HEWLITT, ARTHUR GEORGE.

HOLLINGSWORTH, ARNOLD HACKNEY. HOOPER, AUGUSTUS SHELTON. JACKMAN, HENRY THOMAS. JAFFE, DANIEL.

LEASK, WILLIAM LAUGHTON.

LEMM, JOHN.

LITTLE, ALEXANDER COLBOURNE.

LOGAN, MALCOLM HUNTER.

MACKICHAN, ALEXANDER SOMERLED. McCUBBIN, JOHN.

MICKLE, DABNEY MINOR.

PERKINS, THOMAS LUFF.

RAM, EDWARD ALBERT.

RAVEN, ARTHUR ROBERT FENTON.

ROSE, LOUIS AUGUSTUS.

ROSSER, FREDERICK ENDELL.

SAMY, ARTHUR POONOO.

TURNER, ARTHUR.

WARREN, CHARLES.

WEASER, WILLIAM LIONEL WREFORD. WILSON, GEORGE LEOPOLD.

WOOD, ERNEST MARSHALL.

WOOD, GERALD GEORGE. WRIGHT, ARTHUR EDGAR. XAVIER, ISIDORE MICHAEL.

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No. 127. The following is published for general information.

24th March, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

[5 & 6 Geo. 5.]

Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Act, 1915.

CHAPTER 98.

An Act to provide for the Extension of the Restrictions relating to. Trading A.D. 1915.

with the Enemy to Persons to whom, though not resident or carrying on Business in Enemy Territory, it is by reason of their Enemy Nationality or Enemy Associations expedient to extend such Restrictions.

BE

[23rd December 1915.]

E it enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:

prohibit

enemy na-

 1.-(1) His Majesty may by Proclamation prohibit all persons or bodies Power to of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, resident, carrying on business, or trading with being in the United Kingdom from trading with any persons or bodies of per- persons of sons not resident or carrying on business in enemy territory or in territory in the tionality, &c. occupation of the enemy (other than persons or bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, residing or carrying on business solely within His Majesty's Dominions) wherever by reason of the enemy nationality or enemy association of such persons or bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, it appears to His Majesty expedient so to do, and if any person acts in contravention of any such Proclamation he shall be guilty of a misdemeanour triable and punish- able in like manner as the offence of trading with the enemy.

(2) Any list of persons and bodies of persons, incorporated or unincor- porated, with whom such trading is prohibited by a proclamation under this Act may be varied or added to by an Order made by the Lords of the Council on the recommendation of a Secretary of State.

c. 71.

(3) The provisions of the Trading with the Enemy Acts, 1914 and 1915, 5 & 6 Geo. 5, and of the Customs (War Powers) (No. 2) Act, 1915, and all other enactments relating to trading with the enemy, shall, subject to such exceptions and adaptations as may be prescribed by Order in Council, apply in respect of such persons and bodies of persons as aforesaid as if for references therein to trad- ing with the enemy there were substituted references to trading with such persons and bodies of persons as aforesaid, and for references to enemies there were substituted references to such persons and bodies of persons as aforesaid, and for references to offences under the Trading with the Enemy Acts, 1914 and 1915, or any of those Acts, there were substituted references to offences under this Act.

(4) For the purposes of this Act a person shall be deemed to have traded with a person or body of persons to whom a Proclamation issued under this Act applies, if he enters into any transaction or does any act with, to, on behalf of, or for the benefit of, such a person or body of persons which if entered into or done with, to, on behalf of, or for the benefit of, an enemy would be trading with the enemy.

2. This Act may be cited as the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Short title. Powers) Act, 1915.

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SUPREME Court.

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No. 128. It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof the YANGTSZE WHARF AND GODOWN COMPANY, LIMITED, will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the Register and the Company will be dissolved.

24th March, 1916.

HUGH A. NISbet,

Registrar of Companies.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 129. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

No. 14 A to G of 1902.

17th March,

1902.

The China Sugar Refining Company, Limited, Hong- kong.

17th March, 1930.

42

17th March, 1916.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

. ... RET... VER

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No. 10.

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PROCLAMATIONS.

[L.S.]

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same:

Whereas the Commands of His Most Gracious Majesty the King conveyed through the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies have been received approv- ing of and confirming the following Ordinance' namely Ordinance No. 30 of 1915 intituled "An Ordinance to amend and consolidate the law relating to Chinese Passen- ger Ships' as defined by the Chinese Passengers Act 1855 and concerning Asiatic Emigrants generally ":

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Now therefore it is hereby declared that the said. Ordinance has been so approved and confirmed as aforesaid.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 31st day of March 1916.

No. 11.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

[L.S.]

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same :

Whereas by the second section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as amended by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned to be exported. from the Colony of Hongkong arms ammunition and gunpowder military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor may judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of military or naval stores provisions or any sort of victual which may be used as food by man or any or either of such arms ammunition. gunpowder stores goods or articles respectively:

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  And whereas by the third section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as enacted by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned the exportation of all or any of the following articles namely arms ammunition military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor shall judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores to any country or place therein named whenever the Governor by and with the advice aforesaid shall judge such prohibition to be expedient in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-opera- tion with His Majesty's forces :

  And whereas by the fourth section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as renumbered by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may whilst any such proclamation is in force permit to be exported or to be water-borne to be so exported any particular articles or class of articles the export of which is prohibited by such proclamation to such persons and on such terms and sub- ject to such conditions and regulations if any as to the Governor may seem fit and may at any time revoke or vary the terms of any such permission:

  And whereas by sub-clause (9) of clause III of the order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria-in-Council made on the 26th day of October 1896 as amended by the order of His Majesty-in-Council made on the 28th day of August 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may prohibit the export from the Colony of any article:

  And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of September 1915 the exporta- tion of certain articles therein referred to from the Colony was prohibited to certain or all destinations:

  And whereas by proclamations dated respectively the 1st and 29th days of October the 19th day of November and the 10th 24th and 31st days of December 1915 the 7th and 21st days of January and the 11th and 18th days of February and the 17th and 24th days of March 1916 the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 was amended as therein stated :

And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of December 1915 the said pro- clamation of the 10th day of December 1915 was amended as therein stated :

  And whereas it is expedient that the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid should be further amended:

  And whereas the articles other than arms ammunition or military or naval stores hereinafter enumerated are articles which I with the advice aforesaid judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores:

  And whereas in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-operation with His Majesty's forces I with the advice aforesaid have deemed it expedient to prohibit the exportation of the articles hereinafter enumerated:

Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same by and with the advice of the Executive Council of this Colony and in virtue and exercise of the aforesaid powers do by this Proclamation declare and it is hereby declared that the above- mentioned proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid be and the same is hereby further amended as follows:-

(1.) That the following headings be deleted in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all destinations other than the United Kingdom

and British Possessions and Protectorates :-*

Bones for manure, dissolved bones, bone flour, bone meal and bone

ash;

* See the substituted prohibitions below.

A

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Capsicum and oleo-resin of capsicum;

Lead, pig, sheet or pipe (including solder containing lead) ;

Pepper.

(2.) That the following headings be deleted from the list of goods the exporta- tion of which is prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal:-*

Bichromate of soda;

Bladders, casings and sausage skins ;

Iron, hæmetite pig;

Telegraphs, wireless telegraphs, and telephones, material for ; Vegetable fibres and yarns made therefrom, all.

(3.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all destina- tions other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Pro- tectorates:

Bichromate of soda;

Bladders, guts, casings and sausage skins;

Bones, in any form, whole or crushed (including dissolved bones,

bone flour and bone meal), and bone ash;

Capsicum and peppers;

Carbon electrodes for electric furnaces;

Colchicum and its preparations;

Hæmetite pig iron ;-

Iron and steel smelting scrap;

Lead, pig, sheet, pipe or scrap (including solder containing lead);

Oleo-resin of capsicum;

Petroleum coke;

Solid drawn steel tubes;

Wireless telegraphs, materials for.

(4.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia, (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal:-----

All such vegetable fibres and yarns made therefrom (not including linen thread) as are not at present prohibited to be exported to any destination:

Arrack;

Casein;

Cork and cork dust, not including floor coverings manufactured

partly of cork dust;

Telegraphs (other than wireless) and telephones, material for.

(5.) That Table E be deleted and the following Table be substituted there-

for:

(E.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all destinations other than the United Kingdom, British Posses- sions and Protectorates, and France, Italy and Russia (except through Baltic ports):

All oleaginous nuts, seeds and products, including the

following:-

Castor beans;

Coconuts;

Copra ;

Cotton seed;

Ground nuts, earth nuts or pea nuts; Hempseed;

* See the substituted prohibitions below.

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Linseed;

Palm nuts and palm kernels; Poppy seeds;

Rape or colza seed;

Seseme seed;

Soya beans;

Sun-flower seed.

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(6.) That the heading "Foodstuffs of all kinds and anything which can be made into food for man, except such articles as may for the time being be prohibited to all destinations or to all destinations other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protectorates, but including inter alia the following", in the list of goods the exportation of which is pro- hibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than those of France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal, together with the various sub-headings of the said heading, be deleted, and that the following be substituted therefor :--

All provisions and victuals which may be used as food for man and the raw materials thereof, not otherwise prohibited, including:

Animals, living, for food;

Arrowroot;

Bacon, ham and pork;

Barley, barley meal, and pearled and pot barley;

Bean flour and meal;

Biscuits, bread and cakes, all kinds of;

Butter;

Cassava powder and tapioca ;

Cheese;

Cocoa powder;

Cocoa, raw, of all kinds, and all preparations of cocoa,

including cocoa husks, cocoa shells and chocolates;

Coffee;

Corn flour;

Corn grits;

Eggs in shells;

Fish of all kinds, whether cured, salt or fresh;

Hominy;

Lard and imitation lard;

Lentil flour and meals;

Macaroni, spaghetti and vermicelli;

Malt;

Mandioca or tapioca flour;

Margarine;

Meat of all kinds (except poultry and game);

Milk, condensed or preserved, whether sweetened or not;

Oatmeal and rolled oats;

Onions;

Pea flour and pea meal;

Peas, except tinned and bottled peas and peas packed in

cardboard boxes and similar receptacles;

Potatoes;

Prepared foods wholly or partly derived from cereals;

Rice and rice flour;

Rye, rye flour and meal;

Sago and sago meal and flour;

Salt;

Soups, compressed and dessicated;

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Semolina;

Tinned and potted meats and extract of meat ;

Vegetables, fresh, except peas.

(7.) That the heading "Feeding stuffs of all kinds and anything which can be made into food for animals, including inter alia the following" in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign coun- tries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than those of France, Russia (except through Baltic Ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal, be deleted and that there be substituted therefor the head- ing "All articles of food and forage which may be used for animals and the raw materials thereof, not otherwise prohibited, including:-

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 31st day of March 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 130.

Order made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 10 of the Certificates of Origin, Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 8 of 1915), on the 30th day of March, 1916.

The Order-in-Council made under the above Ordinance and published in the Gazette of the 11th June, 1915, is hereby amended by the insertion of the following after the word "Foodstuffs" in the fourth line of paragraph 2 thereof :-

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except the following:-

Spirits, foreign-

Brandy.

Rum.

Imitation rum.

Geneva.

Unenumerated.

Sweetened and not sweetened.

Foreign Spirits of various sorts mixed in bond.

British and foreign spirits mixed in bond.

Liqueurs, cordials, &c.

Methylic alcohol, potable."

30th March, 1916.

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Semolina;

Tinned and potted meats and extract of meat ;

Vegetables, fresh, except peas.

(7.) That the heading "Feeding stuffs of all kinds and anything which can be made into food for animals, including inter alia the following" in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign coun- tries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than those of France, Russia (except through Baltic Ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal, be deleted and that there be substituted therefor the head- ing "All articles of food and forage which may be used for animals and the raw materials thereof, not otherwise prohibited, including:-

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 31st day of March 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 130.

Order made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 10 of the Certificates of Origin, Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 8 of 1915), on the 30th day of March, 1916.

The Order-in-Council made under the above Ordinance and published in the Gazette of the 11th June, 1915, is hereby amended by the insertion of the following after the word "Foodstuffs" in the fourth line of paragraph 2 thereof :-

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except the following:-

Spirits, foreign-

Brandy.

Rum.

Imitation rum.

Geneva.

Unenumerated.

Sweetened and not sweetened.

Foreign Spirits of various sorts mixed in bond.

British and foreign spirits mixed in bond.

Liqueurs, cordials, &c.

Methylic alcohol, potable."

30th March, 1916.

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  Rules made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 44 (1) of the Asiatic Emigration Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 30 of 1915), this 31st day of March, 1916.

Boarding Houses.

  1. No person shall keep a Boarding House for Chinese Emigrants unless he shall have taken out a licence.

  2. Boarding Houses for Emigrants shall be divided into two classes (A) Hotels (Hak Chan), and (B) Boarding Houses for Assisted Emigrants San Hak Chan).

  3. No female person shall be allowed to lodge in a Boarding House for Assisted Emigrants.

  4. A register of all such Boarding Houses shall be kept by the Secretary for Chinese Affairs in accordance with Form I appended to these By-laws.

  5. Before a licence can be issued for the use of any premises as a Boarding House for Emigrants an application giving the following particulars must be made to the Secre- tary for Chinese Affairs :-

(1.) Name, age and description of applicant.

(2.) Situation of premises sought to be registered.

(3.) Whether as Hotel or Boarding House for Assisted Emigrants.

(4.) What floors are to be used as a Boarding House.

  6. The Secretary for Chinese Affairs shall transmit each application for a new licence, or for renewal of a licence, to the Sanitary Department, which shall cause the premises specified therein to be inspected with a view to ascertaining the sanitary condition of the premises and their suitability for use as a Boarding House for Emigrants.

  7. When the Sanitary Department is satisfied that the said premises are suitable for the purpose it shall inform the Secretary for Chinese Affairs accordingly, who may then, if he thinks fit, issue a licence to the applicant in the Form in the Schedule hereto for the use of such premises as a Boarding House, for such number of inmates as the Sanitary Department may prescribe.

  8. The fee for a licence to keep a Boarding House for Emigrants shall be $50 for premises of not more than four floors of one house and $5 additional per year or part of a year for each additional floor and in case of the issue of a new licence in exchange for a current licence, as provided for in Rule No. 10 below, the fee shall be $5.

issue.

9. Every Boarding House Licence shall expire on the 1st May next following its

10. In the event of any keeper of a Boarding House for Emigrants desiring to remove to other premises or to transfer his licence, he must apply for a licence for such new premises or for permission to transfer to his nominee. In the event of the applica- tion being approved a new licence shall be issued and a fresh fee paid in accordance with Rule 8.

11. The keeper of a Boarding House for Emigrants shall at all times keep his pre- mises in a clean and wholesome condition. He shall cause the premises to be thoroughly swept at least once a day and to be kept well ventilated, also the keeper shall not permit such premises to be occupied by a greater number of persons than is stated in the licence.

12. The keeper of a Boarding House for Emigrants shall cause all filth and house refuse or other offensive matter to be removed from his premises daily.

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13. The keeper of a Boarding House for Emigrants shall cause the internal walls and ceilings of every part of his premises to be thoroughly cleansed and limewashed during the months of May and November of each year.

14. In every floor of a Boarding House for Emigrants a notice shall be painted in a conspicuous place stating the number of persons which the floor may legally accommodate. 15. The keeper of a Boarding House for Emigrants shall not allow any person to occupy or use his house for immoral purposes.

  16. The keeper of a Boarding House for Emigrants shall not permit persons of bad character to lodge in his house and he shall maintain and enforce good order and decorum therein.

17. The keeper of a Boarding House for Emigrants shall keep a register showing the name, sex, age, occupation and native place of each lodger, the date of his arrival and departure, his destination and in the case of a Boarding House for Assisted Emi- grants whether such person is or is not an "Assisted Emigrant". The keeper of a Boarding House for Emigrants shall also keep a register showing the name, sex, age and occupation of each person employed either permanently or temporarily in or about such Boarding House.

18. The keeper of a Boarding House for Emigrants shall report at once to the Secretary for Chinese Affairs any instance in which he suspects that a person is being induced to emigrate by fraud, intimidation or force.

19. Every Boarding House for Emigrants shall be open at all reasonable hours to the emigration officer and the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, or any officer specially deputed by either of them to inspect such Boarding. Houses, to officers of the Sanitary Department and to the Police.

20. The licence of the keeper of a Boarding House for Emigrants may be with- drawn by the Secretary for Chinese Affairs at any time, if in the opinion of that officer the holder has ceased to be a fit and proper person to keep such Boarding House or Hotel or fails to observe the rules applicable thereto.

21. The keeper of a Boarding House for Emigrants shall reside on the licensed pre- mises and shall not absent himself therefrom without the leave of the Secretary for Chinese Affairs. The keeper of a Boarding House for Emigrants shall not sublet or part with the possession of any part of the premises covered by his licence nor use the same for any purpose other than that of a Boarding House for Emigrants.

22. Every licence shall be subject to such alteration or amendment of the by-laws and conditions as the Governor-in-Council may at any time make.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

31st March, 1916.

Schedule.

Form I.

Clerk of Councils.

Form of Register of Boarding Houses for Emigrants.

Maximum number

Signature

of boarders which Signature of Secretary

Register number.

Date.

Situation and Street number.

can be received

on each floor.

and chop of Keeper.

Remarks.

for Chinese Affairs.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 31, 1916.

No..........

for Emigrants on the......

FORM OF LICENCE.

19

153

is hereby licensed to keep a Boarding House

.floor...of house No......

..in..

Street, Victoria, Hongkong, in accordance with the provisions of the Asiatic Emigration Ordinance, 1915, and of the Rules made thereunder from time to time.

Secretary for Chinese Affairs.

Accommodation for..

persons.

Fee: $

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

 No. 132.-His Majesty the King has not been advised to exercise his power of dis- allowance with respect to the following Ordinances :-

Ordinance No. 22 of 1915.-An Ordinance to amend further the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, and to effect certain purposes connected therewith.

Ordinance No. 28 of 1915.-An Ordinance to amend further the Trading with

the Enemy Ordinance, 1914.

66

as

Ordinance No. 30 of 1915.--An Ordinance to amend and consolidate the law

relating to Chinese Passenger Ships defined by the Chinese Passengers Act, 1855, and concerning Asiatic Emigrants generally.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

31st March, 1916.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

 No. 133. With reference to Government Notification No. 523 of the 3rd Decem- ber, 1915, it is hereby notified that Mr. AUGUSTUS SHELTON HOOPER, having returned to the Colony, replaces Mr. MOWBRAY STAFFORD NORTHCOTE, who was nominated to be a Member of the Licensing Board during Mr. HOOPER's absence, with effect from this date.

30th March, 1916.

!

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 31, 1916.

No..........

for Emigrants on the......

FORM OF LICENCE.

19

153

is hereby licensed to keep a Boarding House

.floor...of house No......

..in..

Street, Victoria, Hongkong, in accordance with the provisions of the Asiatic Emigration Ordinance, 1915, and of the Rules made thereunder from time to time.

Secretary for Chinese Affairs.

Accommodation for..

persons.

Fee: $

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

 No. 132.-His Majesty the King has not been advised to exercise his power of dis- allowance with respect to the following Ordinances :-

Ordinance No. 22 of 1915.-An Ordinance to amend further the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914, and to effect certain purposes connected therewith.

Ordinance No. 28 of 1915.-An Ordinance to amend further the Trading with

the Enemy Ordinance, 1914.

66

as

Ordinance No. 30 of 1915.--An Ordinance to amend and consolidate the law

relating to Chinese Passenger Ships defined by the Chinese Passengers Act, 1855, and concerning Asiatic Emigrants generally.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

31st March, 1916.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

 No. 133. With reference to Government Notification No. 523 of the 3rd Decem- ber, 1915, it is hereby notified that Mr. AUGUSTUS SHELTON HOOPER, having returned to the Colony, replaces Mr. MOWBRAY STAFFORD NORTHCOTE, who was nominated to be a Member of the Licensing Board during Mr. HOOPER's absence, with effect from this date.

30th March, 1916.

!

154

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 31, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 134. The lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as the 1st and 2nd Schedules to the Rules made under the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, and published as Notification No. 2 in the Gazette of the 7th January, 1916, and amended by Notifications No. 41. published in the Gazette Extraordinary of 29th January, 1916, and No. 58, No. 67, No. 80, No. 95, No. 105, and No. 119, published in the Gazettes of 11th, 18th, and 25th February, and 3rd, 10th, and 17th March, 1916, respectively, are hereby further amended as follows:---

Add the following:-

China.

Goldsmith, Leopold A., Shanghai.

Hansen, Wallace J., Canton.

Skinn, Alfred John, Peking.

Taylor, Albert, Shanghai.

Wah Chang Mining & Smelting Co., Changsha.

Wallem & Co., Shanghai.

Delete the following name :-

Peking Dispensary.

Siam.

Add the following:-

Chan Kim Kee, Bangkok.

Hong Hua, Bangkok.

Kikabhai & Brothers, A., Bangkok.

Kim Tai Seng, Bangkok.

Ladha Singh, Bangkok.

Meng Heng, Bandon.

Murakami, R., Bangkok.

Musaji & Co., Bangkok.

Teh Hoa Long, Bangkok.

Thakur Singh, Bangkok.

Delete the following name:-

Ramchand, M.D., Puket and Trang.

For Bhindakayacara, Bangkok, read

"

Guan Seng,

Nusani & Co., M., Bangkok,

""

"

Bhandakayacara, Bangkok.

Guan Leng, Bangkok.

Nusaui & Co., M., Bangkok.

* L

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 31, 1916.

155

No. 135. It is hereby notified that the licence for the celebration of marriages granted as below:---

The China Congregational Church in Hongkong, situated at 5 Ladder Street,

by Government Notification No. 19 of 1913,

is hereby cancelled.

31st March, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 136.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that they will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 24th and 26th days of April, 1916, respectively, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before those dates:-

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

No. 154 A to N of 1888.

Gilman Brothers and Company, 33, Lime Street, London.

24th March, 1916.

No. 15 of 1902.

Bradley and Company, Hongkong.

26th March, 1916.

26th March, 1916.

  No. 137. It is hereby notified [that the registration of the following trade mark has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

No. 1561 of 1888.

26th March, 1888.

27th March, 1916.

British American Tobacco Company, Limited, Cecil Chambers, 86, Strand, London, England.

26th March, 1930.

45

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks,

156

A

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 31, 1916.

No. 138.

Light Dues ...

FINANCIAL RETURNS

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND

Revenue for

HEADS OF REVENUE.

Estimates, 1915.

Actual Revenue to

same

31st Dec., 1915.

period of preceding

Increase.

Decrease.

Year.

Light Dues, Special Assessment

:

:

$

94,000.00

75,475.75

90,397.87

105,000.00

93,008.43 103,667.97

Licences and Internal Revenue not otherwise specified

8,421,012.00 9,075,359.047,979,439.51 | 1,095,919.53

Fees of Court or Office, Payments for specific purposes,

and Reimbursements in Aid

...

Post Office ...

Kowloon-Canton Railway

694,560.00 697,079.90 727,777.59

14,922.12

10,659.54

30,697.69

400,000.00 .371,081.07 398,426.38

27,345.31

435,600.00 316,696.14 381,313.28

64,617.14

Rent of Government Property, Land and Houses

920,290.00

933,868.55 936,648.02

2,779.47

Interest

Miscellaneous Receipts

:..

1,000.00

130,170.00

129,260.00

124,416.04

4,843.96

TOTAL, (exclusive of Land Sales)

11,201,632.00 11,691,828.88 10,742,086.66 | 1,100,763.49

151,021.27

Land Sales, (Premia on New Leases)

TOTAL,

Deduct

Net...

206,000.00 94,277.85 265, 186.43

170,908.58

...

11,407,632.00 11,786,106.73 11,007,273.09 1,100,763.49

321,929.85

321,929.85

778,833.64

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 31, 1916.

FOR THE YEAR 1915.

EXPENDITURE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 31ST DECEMBER, 1915.

TREASURY.

157

HEADS OF EXPENDITURE.

Estimates, 1915.

Actual Expenditure to 31st Dec., 1915.

Expenditure for same period of preceding Year.

Increase.

Decrease.

$

$

Governor

87,101.00

82,351.63

$5,986.29

3,634.66

Colonial Secretary's Department and Legislature ...

87,785.00

85,380.82 70,894.40

14,486.42

Secretariat for Chinese Affairs

61,238.00

53,188.73 51,178.04 2,010.69

Audit Department

Treasury...

Harbour Master's Department

Imports & Exports Department ...

Royal Observatory

33,444.00 31,058.99 32,697.22

1,638.23

:

Miscellaneous Services...

Judicial and Legal Departments...

Police and Prison Departments

Medical Departments

Sanitary Department

Botanical and Forestry Department

Education

Military Expenditure

Public Works Department

Do.

Recurrent

Do.

Extraordinary

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

68,241.00 67,693.25 66,943.60

749.65

432,027.00 257,325.24 176,287.98 81,037.26

984,519.00 777,935-52 991,096.46

27,045.00 23,233.12 25,398.31

912,262.00 1,724,993-78 945,131.62 779,862.16

275,193.00

268,167.94 259,181.94 8,986.00

213,160.94

2,165.19

1,013,634.00 940,214.29 933,156.52

7,057.77

}

Post Office

Kowloon-Canton Railway

Railway Special Expenditure-K.C.R. Construction

Charge on account of Public Debt

Pensions ...

Charitable Services

:

:

399,700.76 414,5ro.57

14,809.81

580,300.00 558,448.03 567,100.18

8,652.15

2,229,785.00 1,839,882.01 | 1,639,594.72

471,652.00 407,721.09

200,287.29

371,646.06

36,075.03

323,455.00 297,265.97 274,366.39

22,899 58

3,062,388.59

3,062,388.59

251,259.00 228,200.17 230,896.86

9,618.34.

328.42

391,793.00 343,903.19 353,521.53

50,705.00 49,404.56 49,076.14

353,823.00 328,072.09 292,820.83 35,251.26

2,318,619.00 2,151,388.70 | 1,886,346.31 265,042.39

459,638.00

2,696.69

738,851.00 794,002.86 705,808.50 88,194.36

308,000.00 339,049.40 305,030.61 34,018.79

26,402.00 38,296.81 27,553.74

10,743.07

TOTAL,

Deduct

Net

12,486,771.00 15,149,267.54 10,756,224.82 | 4,649,418.73

256,376 01

ΟΙ

4,393,042.72

256,376.01

158

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 31, 1916.

Statement of Assets and Liabilities on the 31st December, 1915.

LIABILITIES.

C.

ASSETS.

C.

Deposits not Available,

443,498.88

Subsidiary Coins,......

750,152.82

House Service Account,

3,950.97

Advances,

98,834.35

Postal Agencies,

11,861.73

Imprest.........

601.50

Overdraft, Bank,

2,397,698.38

Overdraft, Crown Agents' Current A/c., ...

7,722.30

Crown Agents' Deposit Account,

Unallocated Stores (P.W.D.),.....

Unallocated Stores (Railway),

1,137,391.30

314,584.44

109,818.46

Total Liabilities,

2,864,732.26

Suspense Account,

662,55

2,412,045.42

Debit Balance,

452,686.84

Total,...

.$ 2,864,732.26

Total,...$ 2,864,732.26

     Statement of Funded Public Debt or Loans borrowed for Fixed Periods outstanding on the 31st December, 1915, and of the Accumulated Sinking Fund at the same date.

Designation of Debt or Loan.

Legal Authority.

Amount Outstanding.

Hongkong 34% In-

scribed Stock.

Ordinances Nos. £1,485,732.16.5

1 & 2 of 1893 and No. 11 of

1905.

JOINT SINKING FUND 1915.

Amount of Stock, &c.

Cost Price.

Market Value.

£ s. d.

£

s. d.

Antigua, Barbadoes.

% Stock. 31%

British Guiana,

??

Cape of G. Hope, 3 % Ceylon,

"

310%

"

Gold Coast,

19

Do.,

India,

£ 8. d. 500. 0. 0 18,059.16. 5 2,000. 0. 0 2,000. 0. 0 6,448.18.10 12,547.12. 9 12,115. 7.10

3,982.18. 1

9,777.16. 0

5,471.18.11

Jamaica.

19

Do.,

12

Montserrat,

43

194. 8.10

Natal,

306.19.10

""

New Zealand,

2,000. 0. 0

Do.,

31

1.742. 5. 2

Queensland,

Sierra Leone,

3놀이

"

Do..

(Lagos),

South Australia, 30%

South Nigeria

Straits Settlements310

Treasury Bill,

2,000. 0. 0 5,000. 0. 0 695.16. 2 1,200. 0. 0

31%

Trinidad,

Do..

47,953. 6. 3 54,638.16. 4 1,100. 0. 0 11,111. 2.11 7,826.18. 5 5,000. 0. 0 8,090.11. 8 2,696.19.10

4

3

Victoria,

31%

War Loan.

11%

་་

Western A'tralia, 3 %

501.17. 0 | (95 )

475, 0. 0

16,735.15. 0 | (83 ) 14,989.13. 0

1,932.17. 3

1,941. 1. 6,172. 4. 1 10,708.10.

(74) 1,490, 0. 0

(771) 1,550. 0, 0

(86) 5,562. 4. 3

| (781) 9,802,16.10

11,673.12. 2 | (83) 10,055.15. 6

3,786.13. 6

9,760. 5.11 4,904. 1. 2

195.14. 2 271. 0.10 1,921. 8. 8

1,640.12. 7 1,948. 5.10 4,777.11. 2 679.12. 5 1,293.16. 5

45,322. 7. 9

(802) 3,216. 3.11

(97) 9,484. 9. 4 (831) 4,555.17.11

*

194. 8.10 231.15. 7

(75}) (76) 1,520. 0. 0

(834) 1,450. 8. 7

(744) 1,490. 0. 0

(844) 4,225. C. 0 (94 ) 654. 1. 2 (851) 1,023. 0. 0

(843) 40,640. 7. 0

50,360. S. 1 | (844) 46,169.16. 0

1,086. 2. 9 10,979. 2. 8 7,067. 2. 1 4,734. 8. 6 7,959.12. 3 2,501. 4. 7

Total,......£224,461.14. 3 £210,855. 8. 3

*

1,086. 2. 9 (94) 10,444. 9. 7

(74) 5,791.18. 5

(914) 4,562.10. 0

*

7,959.12. 3

(81-82) 2,191.10. 8

£190,817. 1. 7

* No quotation given of market rate.

:

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 31, 1916.

Special Fund Wuchang Loan Final Account, 1906-1915.

159

Loan repaid by Chinese Government,

Interest thereon,

Advances by Crown Agents,

Receipts.

Expenditure.

£

3. d. 1,100,000 0 0 452,110 17 8

Advanced for Railway Construction,

£ s. d. 1,100,000 0 0

Interest on Stock issued,

380,357 13

6

197,371 17 1

Advances repaid,

197,371 17

Interest on Advances,

23,580 4

6

Crown Agents' Commission,

1,010 8 7

Balance paid into Sinking Fund (Loan of 1906),.

47,162 11 1

Total,

£1,749,482 14 9

Total,

.£1,749,482 14

Statement of Expenditure on Works Chargeable to Loan Funds.

Railway Construction up to 31st December,

1914,

During 1915,

$14,095,660,69

Total up to 31st December, 1915,

506,346.68

$14,602,007.37

Advanced from Special Fund (£1,100,000 as

above),

Charged to Special Expenditure, Railway De-

partment......

$11,539,618.78

3,062,328.59

$14,602,007,37

22nd March, 1916.

A. M. THOMSON, Treasurer.

i

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 139. In continuation of Government Notification No. 286 of the 3rd August, 1914, Part III (d), the following Table shows the Standard Time at which Official Night ends and begins during the month of April, 1916:-

Ends. Begins. 5.47 a.m.

Date.

Apr. 1st,

Ends.

6.06 a.m.

Begins.

Date.

6.48 p.m. Apr. 11th,

Ends.

5.56 a.m.

Begins. 6.53 p.m.

Date.

Apr. 21st,

6.57 p.m.

""

2nd,

6.04

6.50

""

""

12th,

5.55

6.53

""

59

99

22nd,

5.47

""

6.57

""

""

3rd, 6.03

6.50

""

""

13th,

5.54

6.54

""

49

9.9

23rd, 5.46

6.57

"

""

4th,

6.02

6.51

14th, 5.54

6.54

99

""

""

24th, 5.45

6.57

27

""

5th,

6.01

6.51

""

15th,

5.53

6.54

99

""

25th,

3.45

6.57

""

""

""

6th, 6.01

6.51

"2

39

""

16th, 5.52

6.54

99

26th,

5.44

6.58

99

"3

A

""

7th, 6.00

6.51

""

17th,

5.51

6.54

35

>"

27th,

5.43

6.59

""

"

""

""

8th, 5.59

6.51

19

""

18th, 5.50

6.54

""

"

28th,

5.42

6.59

""

""

""

9th, 5.58

6.52

""

""

19th, 5.49

6.55

""

""

"

29th, 5.41

6.59

10th, 5.57

6.53

20th, 5.48

6.56

30th, 5.41

6.59

22

""

""

وو

""

31st March, 1916.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 31, 1916.

Special Fund Wuchang Loan Final Account, 1906-1915.

159

Loan repaid by Chinese Government,

Interest thereon,

Advances by Crown Agents,

Receipts.

Expenditure.

£

3. d. 1,100,000 0 0 452,110 17 8

Advanced for Railway Construction,

£ s. d. 1,100,000 0 0

Interest on Stock issued,

380,357 13

6

197,371 17 1

Advances repaid,

197,371 17

Interest on Advances,

23,580 4

6

Crown Agents' Commission,

1,010 8 7

Balance paid into Sinking Fund (Loan of 1906),.

47,162 11 1

Total,

£1,749,482 14 9

Total,

.£1,749,482 14

Statement of Expenditure on Works Chargeable to Loan Funds.

Railway Construction up to 31st December,

1914,

During 1915,

$14,095,660,69

Total up to 31st December, 1915,

506,346.68

$14,602,007.37

Advanced from Special Fund (£1,100,000 as

above),

Charged to Special Expenditure, Railway De-

partment......

$11,539,618.78

3,062,328.59

$14,602,007,37

22nd March, 1916.

A. M. THOMSON, Treasurer.

i

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 139. In continuation of Government Notification No. 286 of the 3rd August, 1914, Part III (d), the following Table shows the Standard Time at which Official Night ends and begins during the month of April, 1916:-

Ends. Begins. 5.47 a.m.

Date.

Apr. 1st,

Ends.

6.06 a.m.

Begins.

Date.

6.48 p.m. Apr. 11th,

Ends.

5.56 a.m.

Begins. 6.53 p.m.

Date.

Apr. 21st,

6.57 p.m.

""

2nd,

6.04

6.50

""

""

12th,

5.55

6.53

""

59

99

22nd,

5.47

""

6.57

""

""

3rd, 6.03

6.50

""

""

13th,

5.54

6.54

""

49

9.9

23rd, 5.46

6.57

"

""

4th,

6.02

6.51

14th, 5.54

6.54

99

""

""

24th, 5.45

6.57

27

""

5th,

6.01

6.51

""

15th,

5.53

6.54

99

""

25th,

3.45

6.57

""

""

""

6th, 6.01

6.51

"2

39

""

16th, 5.52

6.54

99

26th,

5.44

6.58

99

"3

A

""

7th, 6.00

6.51

""

17th,

5.51

6.54

35

>"

27th,

5.43

6.59

""

"

""

""

8th, 5.59

6.51

19

""

18th, 5.50

6.54

""

"

28th,

5.42

6.59

""

""

""

9th, 5.58

6.52

""

""

19th, 5.49

6.55

""

""

"

29th, 5.41

6.59

10th, 5.57

6.53

20th, 5.48

6.56

30th, 5.41

6.59

22

""

""

وو

""

31st March, 1916.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

162

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 7, 1916.

PROCLAMATIONS.

  No. 140. The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information:-

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

FOR PROHIBITING THE IMPORTATION OF PAPERMAKING MATERIALS, PAPER, TOBACCO, FURNITURE WOODS, AND STONES AND SLATES INTO THE UNITED KINGDOM.

GEORGE RI.

WHEREAS by Section forty-three of the Customs Consolidation Act, 1876, it is

provided that the importation of arms, ammunition, gunpowder, or any other goods may be prohibited by Proclamation:

  And whereas it is expedient that the importation into the United Kingdom of certain goods of a bulky character should be prohibited as hereinafter provided:

Now, therefore, We, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council, in pursuance of the said Act and of all other powers enabling Us in that behalf, do hereby proclaim, 'direct and ordain as follows:

As from and after the First day of March, 1916, subject as hereinafter provided, the importation into the United Kingdom of the following goods is hereby prohibited, viz.:- All materials for the manufacture of paper, including wood pulp, esparto grass

and linen and cotton rags.

Paper and cardboard (including strawboard, pasteboard, millboard and wood

pulp board) and manufactures of paper and cardboard.

All periodical publications exceeding 16 pages in length, imported otherwise,

than in single copies through the post.

Tobacco, unmanufactured and manufactured (including cigars and cigarettes). Furniture woods, hard woods and veneers.

Stones and slates.

Provided always, and it is hereby declared, that nothing in this Proclamation shall apply to any goods of the descriptions specified which are imported under licence given. by or on behalf of the Board of Trade, and subject to the provisions and conditions of such licence.

This Proclamation may be cited as the Prohibition of Import (Paper, Tobacco, Furniture Woods, and Stones) Proclamation, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Fifteenth day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the sixth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

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No. 141.

Regulations made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 3 of the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, (Ordinance No. 40 of 1912), on the 6th day of April, 1916.

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The Regulations made by the Governor-in-Council under section 3 of the Vehicles: and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, (Ordinance No. 40 of 1912), published on pages 862-889 of the "Regulations of Hongkong, 1914," as amended by the Regulation made by the Governor-in-Council on the 1st April, 1915, published in the Gazette of the 1st. April, 1915, as Notification No. 145, and further amended by the Regulation made by the Governor-in-Council on the 20th May, 1915, published in the Gazette of the 21st May, 1915, as Notification No. 220, and again amended by the Regulations made by the Governor-in-Council on the 23rd September, 1915, published in the Gazette of the 24th September, 1915, as Notification No: 432, are hereby repealed and the following Regula- tions are substituted therefor:

Licences.

   1. A licence is required in respect of each of the several vehicles named in Table A to these regulations and in respect of the driver of every such vehicle.

2. The person to whom a vehicle licence is granted is referred to in these regula- tions as "the licensee

3. No person shall, without the appropriate licence, own or drive any vehicle named in Table A.

4. For the purposes of these regulations the term "public" applied to a vehicle denotes a vehicle which is used on any one occasion for the purpose or with the intention of plying for hire.

5. All licences shall be issued by the Captain Superintendent of Police in his discre- tion, subject to approval of the Governor.

   6. The licence fees shown in Table A shall be payable in advance in respect of the periods given in that table. No reduction in fee shall be made in respect of a licence which is issued for part only of a period except as provided under regulations Nos. 7 and 8.

   7. In the case of public rickshas on the Island of Hongkong the licence fee shall be payable in advance by quarterly instalments on the 1st June, 1st September, 1st Decem- ber, and 1st March. The licence shall cease to be be valid upon failure to pay any instalment when due.

   8. In the case of motor vehicles of every description and of the drivers of such vehicles one-twelfth of the annual fee shall be payable in respect of each month or part of a month of the period of the licence from the date of issue.

   9. Annual licences commence on the 1st July. Half-yearly licences commence on the 1st June and the 1st December.

   10. The owner of every vehicle for which a licence is required shall, for the purpose of satisfying the Captain Superintendent of Police whether the vehicle may be licensed, cause the vehicle to be driven or brought to such place as the Captain Superintendent of Police may direct.

11. The licensee of every public vehicle shall cause the vehicle to be taken for in- spection at such time and to such place as may be directed by the Captain Superintendent of Police, and the vehicle shall not be removed from the place of inspection without the authorisation of the Captain Superintendent of Police.

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  12. On every application to the Captain Superintendent of Police for a licence for a heavy motor car the owner shall declare the weight of the heavy car unladen, and shall produce to the Captain Superintendent of Police the maker's description or other satis- factory evidence of the correctness of such declaration. If such declaration afterwards prove to be incorrect to any material extent any licence which has been issued for the heavy motor car may be revoked by the Captain Superintendent of Police.

13. No public vehicle, truck, or trolley licence shall be issued until the intending licensee shall have given a bond with one surety to the satisfaction of the Captain Superintendent of Police conditioned for the appearance of the licensee and any driver of the vehicle whenever required, and for the payment of all fines, compensation, and damages, imposed, awarded, or recovered on, against, or from the licensee or any driver of the vehicle.

14. Every applicant for a public vehicle, truck, or trolley driver's licence shall be photographed, free of cost to himself. One copy of the photograph shall be attached to the licence and one shall be retained by the Captain Superintendent of Police.

15. Not more than 1,150 public rickshas shall be licensed for the Island of Hong- kong. Public rickshas shall be of such pattern, size, weight, and appointments as may be approved by the Captain Superintendent of Police. For each public ricksha licensed for the Island of Hongkong there may be two licensed drivers.

16. No person shall furnish untrue particulars in connection with any licence.

  17. No person shall use or attempt to use, or allow any other person to use or attempt to use any licence for any vehicle other than that for which it was issued.

18. No person shall use or attempt to use as a licence any document which is not a valid and subsisting licence.

19. No licensee or owner of any vehicle for the driving of which a driver's licence is required shall allow such vehicle to be driven by any person who has not an appro- priate driver's licence.

  In any proceedings under this section it shall not be necessary to allege or prove guilty knowledge on the part of the Licensee or the owner and it shall be no defence to prove absence of guilty knowledge.

20. If the holder of a vehicle licence change his address he shall forthwith notify the new address to the Captain Superintendent of Police, who will endorse the licence and note the endorsement in the Register of Licensed Vehicles.

21. On, any change of ownership of a licensed private vehicle the new owner shall forthwith report his name and address, and the fact and date of the change of ownership, to the Captain Superintendent of Police, who will endorse the licence and note the endorsement in the Register of Licensed Vehicles.

  22. No licensee shall transfer a public vehicle, truck, or trolley licence without the consent of the Captain Superintendent of Police who may impose conditions on any transfer.

23. No driver may transfer his driver's licence.

24. Any licence may be forfeited by the Captain Superintendent of Police on the conviction of the licensee or driver of any offence.

25. Any public vehicle licence may be forfeited by the Captain Superintendent of Police if in his opinion the vehicle is not as to repairs or cleanliness in a state fit for public use, or for any misconduct on the part of the licensee.

26. Any driver's licence may be forfeited by the Captain Superintendent of Police in his discretion, subject to appeal to the Governor.

Construction.

27. (1.) The tyre of each wheel of a heavy motor car shall be smooth, and shall, where the tyre touches the surface of the road or other base whereon the heavy motor car moves or rests, be flat: Provided that the edges of the tyre may be bevelled or rounded

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to the extent in the case of each edge of not more than half an inch: Provided also that, if the tyre is constructed of separate plates, the plates may be separated by parallel spaces which shall be disposed throughout the outer surface of the tyre so that nowhere shall the aggregate extent of the space or spaces in the course of a straight line drawn horizontally across the circumference of the wheel exceed one-eighth part of the width of the tyre.

(2.) The width of the tyre of a heavy motor car shall be not less than eight inches. (3.) This regulation shall not apply to any tyre which is pneumatic or which is made of a soft or elastic material.

28. The diameter of a wheel of a heavy motor car, if the wheel is fitted with a tyre which is not pneumatic or is not made of a soft or elastic material, shall be not less than two feet.

  29. No motor car or heavy motor car may, when measured between its extreme projecting points, be of a width exceeding seven feet seven inches.

  30. Every heavy motor car shall be constructed with suitable and sufficient springs between each axle and the frame of the chassis.

31. The weight of a heavy motor car unladen shall not exceed seven tons.

  32. Every motor bicycle, motor tricycle, motor car, and heavy motor car, shall be provided with two efficient and independent brakes in good working order.

33. Every motor bicycle, motor tricycle, motor car, and heavy motor car, and the fittings of every motor bicycle, motor tricycle, motor car, and heavy motor car, shall be in such a condition as not to cause, or to be likely to cause, danger to any person on the vehicle or on any road.

  34. Every truck, trolley, cart, van, and public horsed carriage, shall be provided with an efficient brake to the satisfaction of the Captain Superintendent of Police and shall not be so loaded that the brake cannot be at all times readily applied.

35. The width of the face of the tyre of a truck, trolley, cart, van, or public horsed carriage shall be not less than three inches.

36. The diameter of the wheel of a truck, trolley, cart, van, or public horsed carriage shall be not less than fifteen inches.

37. Every wheel of a wheeled vehicle shall be truly circular, accurately centred on its axle, and fitted to work thereon without oscillation or side play.

38. Except with the permission of the Captain Superintendent of Police no truck or trolley may, when measured between its extreme projecting points, be of a width exceeding six feet six inches or of a length exceeding fourteen feet, nor may the load placed thereon exceed ten feet in length or five feet in width.

Licence Numbers.

39. Every motor bicycle and motor tricycle shall carry the number of its licence clearly painted in white figures on a black ground not less than four inches in height and half an inch in thickness of line securely fastened to the back of the vehicle in such a position as to be easily distinguishable at all times from behind the vehicle, and also on a plate with duplicate faces to be fixed on the front of the vehicle so as to be easily distinguishable at all times from either side of the vehicle, or in such positions as the Captain Superintendent of Police may direct.

40. Every motor car and heavy motor car shall carry the number of its licence clearly painted in white figures on a black ground not less than six inches in height and three quarters of an inch in thickness of line securely fastened to the back of the vehicle in such a position as to be easily distinguishable at all times from behind the vehicle and also in similar figures on the front of the vehicle in such a position as to be easily dis- tinguishable at all times from in front of the vehicle, or in such positions as the Captain Superintendent of Police may direct.

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 41. Every public vehicle, other than motor bicycles, motor tricycles, motor cars, and heavy motor cars and also every truck, trolley, cart, van, and public horsed carriage shall carry the number of its licence in figures not less than two inches in height and half an inch in thickness of line painted on or affixed to the vehicle in such positions and in such colours as the Captain Superintendent of Police may direct.

42. The licence number on a vehicle shall not be obscured in any way.

Lights.

43. Between sunset and sunrise every vehicle shall carry a lamp or lamps, in proper working order and properly trimmed and lighted, so as to display to the front a white light visible for a reasonable distance, and so as to afford adequate means of notifying the approach or position of the vehicle. If the lamp or lamps are so constructed as to permit a light to be seen from the rear, that light shall be red: Provided that every motor car or heavy motor car shall carry two such lamps fixed horizontally in such a way as to shew the width of the car.

For the purposes of this and the next two regulations the sun shall be deemed to rise and set at the times stated in the daily returns of the Royal Observatory, Hongkong.

44. Between sunset and sunrise every motor bicycle and motor tricycle shall also carry, in addition to the lamp required by regulation 43, a lamp, in proper working order and properly trimmed and lighted, so contrived as to illuminate by means of reflection, transparency, or otherwise, and render easily distinguishable either the licence number at the back of the vehicle or the licence number on the plate fixed on the front of the vehicle.

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45. Between sunset and sunrise every motor car and heavy motor car shall also in addition to the lamps required by regulation 43, a lamp, in proper working order and properly trimmed and lighted, so contrived as to illuminate by means of reflection, transparency, or otherwise, and render easily distinguishable the licence number at the back of the vehicle.

Bell.

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shall power 46. (1.) Every bicycle and tricycle not propelled by mechanical a bell capable of giving audible and sufficient warning of the approach or position of the vehicle.

(2.) Every motor bicycle, motor tricycle, and motor car shall carry a horn capable of giving audible and sufficient warning of the approach or position of the vehicle.

(3.) Every heavy motor car shall carry a horn or foot bell capable of giving audible and sufficient warning of the approach or position of the vehicle.

(4.) The bell or other instrument carried by any vehicle shall in all cases be subject to the approval of the Captain Superintendent of Police.

47. The driver of every bicycle, tricycle, motor car, and heavy motor car shall, by sounding the bell or other instrument required by regulation 46, give audible and sufficient warning of the approach or position of the vehicle, when approaching any curve, cross-road, or fork, when overtaking any person, animal, or vehicle, and whenever neces- sary or advisable.

48. The bell or other instrument required by regulation 46 shall not be used except for warning pedestrians, animals, and the drivers of other vehicles, of the approach or position of the vehicle.

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49. No horn, bell, or siren shall be carried on, or used by the driver or occupant any ricksha or carriage, and no horn or siren shall be carried on, or used by the driver or occupant of any bicycle or tricycle not propelled by mechanical power.

50. Proper precautions shall be taken by the licensee and by the driver of every motor car or heavy motor car to prevent the unnecessary discharge of the products of combustion, steam, or lubricating oil in public streets or roads.

51. No trailer shall be allowed.

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52. If a heavy motor car be propelled by steam, smokeless coal only shall be used, no ashes, cinders, water, or oil shall be allowed to fall on the surface of any street or road, and all precautions shall be taken to reduce the escape of steam and smoke to a minimum.

53. The load of a heavy motor car, including the weight of any water, fuel, or ac- cumulators used for the purpose of propulsion, shall not exceed five tons.

54. Any European police officer not under the rank of sergeant may require the person driving or in charge of any heavy motor car which is laden to drive the heavy motor car, or to cause it to be driven or brought, to any weighing machine which is situated within half a mile of the place where such heavy motor car is found, and the said officer may then cause the weight of the load to be ascertained, and the person driving or in charge of the heavy motor car shall comply with any such requirement, and shall, to the best of his ability, afford all such facilities as may be reasonably neces- sary for the purpose of ascertaining the weight of the load as aforesaid.

55. No part of the load of a heavy motor car shall be allowed to project beyond any part of the heavy motor car.

56. A copy of the appropriate portion of Table D shall be inserted in every licence and shall be exhibited in a conspicuous position in every public vehicle to the satisfac- tion of the Captain Superintendent of Police.

Rule of the Road.

57. Every vehicle when in motion shall keep to its own left side of the road.

58. Every vehicle when meeting any other vehicle and when meeting any convey- ance used solely on a tramway shall pass such vehicle or conveyance by keeping to its own left side of the road.

59.--(1.) Any vehicle when overtaking any other vehicle shall pass it by keeping to the right of such other vehicle and when overtaking any conveyance used solely on a tramway shall pass it by keeping to the left of such conveyance, unless there be insufficient road space, and shall in any case take special care to avoid any accident.

 (2.) Any vehicle when being overtaken by any other vehicle or by any conveyance used solely on a tramway shall move as far as possible to the left to allow such vehicle or súch conveyance to pass on its right.

60. Every chair, and every other vehicle travelling at a slow speed, shall keep as close as possible to the extreme edge of its own left side of the road, unless a tramcar be thereby obstructed.

Traffic.

 61. No driver shall by negligence or misbehaviour cause any hurt or damage to any vehicle, or to any person, animal, or thing, on any road, or in any vehicle, or tramcar, on any road.

 62. No driver shall be asleep or intoxicated while driving, or while otherwise in charge of any vehicle.

63.-(1.) No driver shall leave his vehicle unattended in any road.

 (2.) No licensee shall allow any truck, trolley, cart, van, or public horsed carriage to be left unattended either by day or night in any street whether public or private.

 (3.) For the purposes of this regulation an attendant is required for every one vehicle, and the licensee must see that such is provided.

 64. No driver shall allow his vehicle to obstruct any vehicle or person on any road, or any car or wagon on a tramway.

 65.-(1.) No driver shall be in such a position while his vehicle is on a road that he has not full control over the vehicle, and the animal drawing it, if any.

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   (2.) When a vehicle is being propelled entirely from behind, the height of the load shall not be such as to obstruct the uninterrupted view of the driver or drivers.

   (3.) No two-wheeled vehicle shall be so loaded as to obstruct the uninterrupted view of the person or persons propelling or guiding it from behind. A breach of this Regula- tion shall be deemed to have been committed if, in fact, the load on the vehicle does at any time obstruct the view of the driver or drivers or the person or persons propelling or guiding it from behind.

   66. The driver of every vehicle shall promptly obey all directions and signals given for the purpose of regulating traffic by any police officer in uniform.

67. The driver of every vehicle shall obey the directions of any police officer in uniform as to where he is to place his vehicle while waiting on a road.

68. The driver of every vehicle shall stop his vehicle, and produce his driver's licence, if any, for inspection, and give his true name and address, after a collision with any vehicle, person, animal, or thing, and whenever required by a police officer to do so.

   69. The driver of every motor bicycle, motor tricycle, motor car, and heavy motor car on approaching any curve, cross-road, or fork shall, if necessary or advisable, reduce speed, and on rounding any corner or bend shall keep as close as possible to his own left hand side of the road, and shall, if necessary or advisable, reduce speed.

70. The driver of every motor bicycle, motor tricycle, motor car, and heavy motor car shall on the request of any person having charge of a horse, or if any such person shall put up his hand as a signal for that purpose, cause the motor car or heavy motor car to stop and to remain stationary so long as may be reasonably necessary.

   71. No person shall behave in a noisy, disorderly, unseemly, or offensive vehicle on any road.

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72. No person shall within the City of Victoria drive any motor bicycle, motor tricycle, or motor car, at a higher speed than ten miles an hour.

73. No person shall drive any heavy motor car at a higher speed than eight miles an hour nor, if any one of the three conditions following are present, at a higher speed than five miles an hour-

(a.) If the weight of the heavy motor car unladen exceeds four tons, or (b.) If the total weight of the load and of the heavy motor car unladen

exceeds six tons, or

(c.) If any one of the wheels of the heavy motor car is fitted with a tyre which

is neither pneumatic nor of a soft or elastic material.

   74. No person shall drive any vehicle on any street or road recklessly or negligently, or at a speed or in a manner which is dangerous to the public, having regard to all the circumstances of the case, including the nature, condition, and use of the street or road, and to the amount of traffic which actually is at the time, or which might reasonably be expected to be, on the street or road.

Except with the express permission of the Captain Superintendent of Police no person shall at any time propel any truck or trolley at a greater speed that 4 miles an hour.

75. Warning signals, directing drivers of motor bicycles, motor tricycles, motor cars, and heavy motor cars, to go slow and dead slow respectively, shall be maintained at or near the positions specified in Table B. Every driver of a motor bicycle, motor tricycle, motor car, and heavy motor car shall accordingly go slow or dead slow, as the case may be, from such warning signal until he shall have passed the place of danger indicated by such warning signal.

76. No unauthorised person shall without the permission of the driver, ride in or upon any portion of any motor car or heavy motor car, or catch hold of or touch any part of

any such vehicle, and no unauthorised person shall in any way obstruct or attempt to obstruct the driver of such vehicle.

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77. Except with a written permit from the Captain Superintendent of Police no public motor car or public heavy motor car which is licensed, or used, for livery shall be ridden or driven anywhere in the Colony between the hours of 1 a.m. and 6 a.m., except for the purpose of carrying a duly qualified medical practitioner to see a patient, or for the purpose of carrying a police officer on duty.

78.-(1.) On the following roads only may motor bicycles, motor tricycles, and motor cars be driven:-

HONGKONG ISLAND.

(a.) Eastern District.

Shaukiwan Village, Shaukiwan Road between tram terminus and Quarry Bay Village, Quarry Bay Village, Shaukiwan Road between Quarry Bay Village and Kennedy's Stables, Causeway Bay Road, Yee Wo Street, Jardine's Bazaar, Irving Street, Pennington Street, Caroline Road, Per- cival Street, Leighton Hill Road, Wongneichung Road, Gap Road, Queen's Road East between Wanchai Market and Arsenal Street, Wan- chai Road between Wanchai Market and Praya East, Wanchai Road between Praya East and Morrison Hill Road, Morrison Hill Road, Tin Lok Lane, Praya East, Albany Street, Ship Street, Arsenal Street, Queen's Road East between Arsenal Street and City Hall.

(b.) Central District.

Queen's Road Central, Murray Road, Chater Road, Wardley Street, Ice House Street, Des Voeux Road Central, Connaught Road Central, Ped- der's Street, Pottinger Street (North of Queen's Road), Queen Victoria Street, Jubilee Street, Bonham Strand, Wing Lok Street, Streets connect- ing Des Voeux Road Central and Connaught Road Central west of Jubilee Street, Garden Road, Lower Albert Road, Upper Albert Road, Caine Road, Robinson Road, Wyndham Street from Glenealy to Arbuth- not Road, and to Hollywood Road for official visits by the Governor.

(c.) Western District.

Queen's Road West, Bonham Strand West, Des Voeux Road West, Connaught Road West, Streets connecting Queen's Road West and Connaught Road West, Kennedy Town Streets, Hospital Road, Park Road, Bonham Road, Robinson Road, Seymour Road, and Lyttleton Road.

(d.) Pokfulam, Aberdeen, &c.

Pokfulam Road between Queen's Road and Aberdeen, Aberdeen Village, Road from Aberdeen Village to top of hill overlooking Deep Water Bay (two roads) from the West, Victoria (Jubilee) Road.

KOWLOON, NEW KOWLOON, AND NEW TERritories.

Kowloon (South of New Kowloon), any public road of the width of 15 feet at

least:

New Kowloon, any public road of the width of 15 feet at least:

Taipo Road from the Northern boundary of New Kowloon to Taipo; Taipo

Road to Castle Peak.

(2.) On the following roads only (in addition to those enumerated above) may motor bicycles be driven :-

HONGKONG ISLAND.

Top of hill West of Deep Water Bay to Stanley, Taitamtuk, and Shaukiwan

Taitamtuk to Wongneichung Gap; Deep Water Bay to Wongneichung Gap; Shaukiwan to D'Aguilar.

KOWLOON, NEW KOWLOON AND NEW TERRITORIES.

Any public road or path of the width of 6 feet at least.

  79. No heavy motor car shall be driven, drawn or placed (unless with the special written permission of the Director of Public Works) in any part of the Colony except upon the following roads :-

Shaukiwan Road between North Point and Kennedy's Stables, Causeway Bay Road, Yee Wo Street, Jardine's Bazaar, Irving Street, Pennington Street,

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Caroline Road, Percival Street, Leighton Hill Road, Wongneichung Road, Gap Road, Queen's Road East between Wanchai Market and Arsenal Street, Wanchai Road between Wanchai Market and Praya East, Wanchai Road between Praya East and Morrison Hill Road, Mor- rison Hill Road, Tin Lok Lane, Praya East, Albany Street, Ship Street, Arsenal Street, Queen's Road East between Arsenal Street and City Hall, Queen's Road Central, Murray Road, Chater Road, Wardley Street, Ice House Street, Des Voeux Road Central, Connaught Road Central, Pedder's Street, Pottinger Street, (North of Queen's Road), Queen Victoria Street, Jubilee Street, Bonham Strand, Wing Lok Street, Streets connecting Des Voeux Road Central and Connaught Road Central west of Jubilee Street, Queen's Road West, Bonham Strand West, Des Voeux Road West, Con- naught Road West, Streets connecting Queen's Road West and Con- naught Road West, Kennedy Town Streets.

  80. Any police officer may stop and examine any truck, trolley, cart, van, or public horsed carriage, for the purpose of ascertaining if it is provided with an efficient brake, and may cause any truck, trolley, cart, van, or public horsed carriage, which in, his opinion is not so provided, to be taken to a Police Station and kept there pending proceedings for the breach of Regulation 34.

  81. When any truck, trolley, cart, van, or public horsed carriage, is descending an incline the brake shall be applied so as to prevent the vehicle from getting out of control.

  82. The licensee of every truck, trolley, cart, van, or public horsed carriage shall provide a suitable place, to the satisfaction of the Captain Superintendent of Police, for the accommodation of every such vehicle. ́

  83. No truck, trolley, cart, or van, shall be so conducted or propelled as to be likely to cut up or cause damage to the roadway.

  84. Every truck, trolley, cart, or van, shall be propelled as nearly as possible in a straight line and the wheels shall not be jerked or dragged sideways.

  85.-(1.) Except with a written permit from the Captain Superintendent of Police no two-wheeled truck shall be found on any of the following roads, namely, Albany Road, Aberdeen Street above Wellington Street, Arbuthnot Road, Arsenal Street, Babington Pathway, Battery Road, Castle Road, Cochrane Street, Centre Street south of Queen's Road, D'Aguilar Street south of Stanley Street, Elgin Street, Eastern Street south of Queen's Road, East Street south of Lower Lascar Row, Garden Road, Graham Street, Gutzlaff Street, Gap Road, Gage Street, Hill Road, Hospital Road, Ice House Street south of Queen's Road, Lyndhurst Terrace, Lower Albert Road, Magazine Gap Road, Mosque Street, Old Bailey Street, Peak Road, Peel Street, Possession Street, Po Yan Street; Pokfulam Road (between Bonham Road and Queen's Road), Park Road, Robinson Road, Seymour Road, Shelley Street, Shing Wong Street, Square Street, St. Francis Yard, Staveley Street, Upper Albert Road, Wing Fung Street, Water Street south of Des Voeux Road, Western Street south of Des Voeux Road, Wyndham Street, Wellington Street, West Street south of Lower Lascar Row, and Zetland Street.

  (2.) No truck, trolley, cart, or van, shall be found on any of the following roads without a written permit from the Captain Superintendent of Police, namely, Wyndham Street, Cochrane Street, Graham Street, Peel Street, Aberdeen Street, Bonham Strand between Queen's Road Central and Cross Street, Hollywood Road between Po Yan Street and Queen's Road West, Eastern Street and Centre Street south of Queen's Road West, and Western Street south of Des Voeux Road West.

  86. No truck, trolley, cart, or van shall, without a written permit from the Captain Superintendent of Police, be driven between the hours of 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. in Ice House Street or in Queen's Road Central between Queen Victoria Street and Murray Road.

  87. No wheeled vehicle shall at any time, without a written permit from the Captain Superintendent of Police, be driven in Murray Battery or in Battery Path west of St. John's Cathedral.

  88. No wheeled vehicle, except rickshas and bicycles and tricycles not propelled by mechanical power, shall at any time, without a written permit from the Director of Public Works, be driven in Kennedy Road or in Bowen Road. Such wheeled vehicles as may be driven in Kennedy Road or Bowen Road shall be driven in those roads with particular caution, especially when rounding bends.

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89. Not more than two chairs may go abreast in any road.

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  90. When two chairs are abreast the chair on the right must give way on meeting, or on being overtaken by any person or vehicle.

  91. In Battery Path, and in Plunkett Road between Chamberlain Road and the Peak Club, chairs are not allowed to go abreast. If two chairs are discovered going abreast the chair on the right shall be deemed to have committed a breach of this regulation.

Rules applicable to Public Vehicles.

92. The driver of a public vehicle shall not do any one of the following things:-

(a.) Without reasonable cause refuse to accept hire when unemployed.

(b.) Demand more than the authorised fare.

(c.) Refuse to complete his journey without reasonable cause.

(d.) Leave or deposit the hirer before the completion of the engagement with-

out reasonable cause.

(e.) Use insulting language.

(f.) Behave rudely.

(g.) Persistently solicit passengers.

(h.) Obstruct the free transit of passengers in any way.

(i.) Occupy any part of the vehicle except the driver seat, if any.

(j.) Loiter in any road so as to cause obstruction.

(k.) Leave a public stand to accept hire out of his turn.

(1.) When unemployed, unless so directed by a police officer, take up any position in a road except on a public stand appropriated to the class of vehicle in question.

93. The driver of a public vehicle shall do every one of the following things:--

(a.) Travel with reasonable speed.

(b.) When plying for hire and during the hiring be properly dressed to the

satisfaction of the Captain Superintendent of Police.

(c.) When plying for hire and during the hiring see that the vehicle is pro- perly equipped against sun and rain to the satisfaction of the Captain Superintendent of Police.

(d.) Carry a copy of the appropriate portion of Table D and produce it to any hirer or intended hirer on demand. The Captain Superintendent of Police may prescribe the form of the copy.

(e.) When taking up a position on a public stand place his vehicle at the

rear of any vehicles already standing there.

Stands.

  94. The public stands shall be those specified in Table C to these regulations. Table C may be altered by the Captain Superintendent of Police. Any such alteration shall be gazetted.

Fares.

  95. The fares for public vehicles shall be those specified in Table D to these regu- lations.

Lost Property.

96. If any property be left in a public vehicle the driver shall forthwith take it to the nearest Police Station. Such property shall be advertised as the Captain Super- intendent of Police may direct and if claimed shall be handed over to the owner subject to a deduction of five per cent. on its value for the driver who brought the property to the Police Station. The value shall be assessed by the Captain Superintendent of Police in his absolute discretion. If the property be not claimed within three months from the date when it was brought to the Police Station it shall be sold as the Captain Super- intendent of Police may direct, and the proceeds shall be paid into the Treasury subject to a deduction of five per cent. for the driver who brought the property to the Police Station.

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   97. No public vehicle shall at any time carry a greater number of passengers than the number endorsed on the licence for such vehicle by the Captain Superintendent of Police but two young persons under the age of 16 shall count as one passenger, and children under the age of 4 shall not be counted as passengers.

98. No public vehicle which is ordinarily used for the carriage of passengers shall be used for the carriage of animals or goods other than personal baggage.

99. No public vehicle shall be used for the conveyance of a corpse.

  100. No public vehicle shall be used for the conveyance of any person suffering from an infectious disease. In any proceeding under this regulation knowledge that the person was suffering from an infectious disease shall be presumed until disproved.

101. Any public vehicle which may have been used for the conveyance of any corpse or of any person suffering from an infectious disease shall forthwith, and in any case before being used again, be thoroughly disinfected by the licensee to the satisfaction of the Captain Superintendent of Police.

102. The hirer of a public vehicle shall pay the fare before, or immediately upon, the termination of the engagement.

103. No person shall wilfully damage any public vehicle.

104. No person shall ill-treat the driver of any public vehicle.

Arrest.

105. Any person who shall have committed an offence against any of these regu- lations may

be arrested without a warrant by any police officer.

106. Any person who shall have committed an offence against regulation 71, 102, or 104, may be arrested without a warrant by the driver of the vehicle who shall as soon as possible hand over such person to a police officer.

103,

Responsibility.

107.-(1.) No person shall own, use, or drive any vehicle which does not comply with all and every one of the following regulations in so far as they apply to the parti- cular vehicle:-15, 19, 27 to 46, 49 to 56, and 82 to 84.

In any proceedings under this section it shall not be necessary to allege or prove guilty knowledge and it shall be no defence to prove absence of guilty knowledge.

(2.) The licensee, or the owner if there is no licensee, of any truck, trolley, cart, or van, in respect of which a breach has been committed of regulations 63 to 65, 80 and 81, shall be liable for such breach in addition to any other person, and may be proceeded against as a principal or sole offender. In any such proceeding it shall not be necessary to allege or prove guilty knowledge and it shall be no defence to prove absence of guilty knowledge.

(3.) Any breach of regulation 89, 90, or 91 in the case of an occupied private chair shall be deemed to have been committed by the occupant, and in any other case shall be deemed to have been committed by the bearers.

   (4.) The licensee of any vehicle in respect of which a breach has been committed of Regulation 99, 100, or 101, shall be liable for such breach in addition to any other person and may be proceeded against as a principal or sole offender. In any such proceeding it shall not be necessary to allege or prove guilty knowledge but it shall be a good defence to prove absence of guilty knowledge.

Miscellaneous.

108. Regulation 105, 106, or 107, shall not be construed as limiting any other power of arrest or liability given or imposed by law.

   109. The headings of the divisions of these regulations shall not be construed as affecting the meaning of any regulation.

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173

110. In these regulations and in the scale of fares in Table D the City of Victoria shall mean the City of Victoria as defined in the Interpretation Ordinance, 1911, (No. 31 of 1911): the Hill District shall mean the Hill District as defined by the Rating Ordi- nance, 1901, (No. 6 of 1901).

Table A.

Licences.

Vehicles.

Term.

Fee.

SA

C.

1.--Public Rickshas:

(a.) on Island of Hongkong,

Que year.

72.00

(b.) in Kowloon and New Territories,

12.00

"

2.--Trucks and trolleys,

10.00

""

3.--Motor bicycles and motor tricycles,

12.00

""

4.-Motor cars:-

(a.) Public (not exceeding 2 tons in weight unladen), (b.) Private (not exceeding 2 tons in weight unladen),.

5.-Heavy motor cars:

(a.) not exceeding 3 tons in weight unladen,. (b.) exceeding 3 tons in weight unladen,

6.--Public Chairs,

7.---All other public wheeled vehicles :-

(a.) on Island of Hongkong,

(b.) in Kowloon and New Territories,

72.00

19

99

24.00

120.00

""

240.00

""

Half-year.

1.00

18.00 12.00

Drivers' Licences.

Description of Driver.

Term.

Fee.

1.-Driver of a motor bicycle or motor tricycle,..

2.-Driver of a motor car,.

3.-Driver of a truck or trolley, public ricksha, public chair,

or public horsed carriage,

C.

One year.

5.00

10.00

""

Half-year.

0.30

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Table B.

A RED SIGNAL ▲

signifies a direction to go Slow.

A RED SIGNAL

signifies a direction to go Dead Slow.

No.

Position of Signal.

Speed.

1

Gap Road, top of hill,

Slow.

2

Queen's Road Central, near the north-western corner of Murray

Barracks,

Dead Slow.

3

Queen's Road Central, near the north-eastern corner of the

Parade Ground,

Do.

4

Garden Road, near the north-western corner of Murray Barracks,

Do.

5

Garden Road, near St. John's Cathedral,

'Slow.

6

Lower Albert Road, near the north-eastern corner of the exten-

sion to the Government Offices,

Dead Slow.

7

Upper Albert Road, about 100 yards south of the junction with

Lower Albert Road,

Do.

8

Upper Albert Road, near College Gardens,

Do.

9

Caine Road, near the junction with Old Bailey,..

Do.

10

Caine Road, near "Intra Muros",

Do.

11

Pokfulam Road, west of No. 8 Bridge,

Slow.

12

Des Voeux Road West, west of the junction with Western Street,. Dead Slow..

13

Des Voeux Road West, east of the junction with Western Street,.

Do.

14

Victoria (Jubilee) Road at places indicated by the signals,

Do.

15

Road through Aberdeen Village to east and west of bend at

Dock Company's premises,

Do.

16

Pokfulam Road, near the gate of the Chinese Christian Cemetery,

Slow.

17

Pokfulam Road, to east of No. 2 Bridge,

Dead Slow.

18

19

Park Road at its junction with Robinson Road and in Robinson

Road,

Hospital Road to the west of its junction with Rutter Street,

20 Seymour Road, north of its junction with Caine Road,

21 Seymour Road, west of its junction with Castle Road,

22 Seymour Road, east of its junction with Castle Steps,

23 Robinson Road, at its junction with Peel Street,

24 Robinson Road, east of its junction with Mosque Street,

Dead Slow.

Slow.

Do.

Dead Slow.

*Slow.

Do.

Slow.

25

26

Robinson Road, west of its junction with Albany Road,

Garden Road, east of its junction with Peak Road,

Dead Slow.

Do.

27

Garden Road, west of its junction with Bowen Road,

28 Garden Road, north of its junction with Bowen Road,

Slow.

Do.

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Table C.

Stands for Public Vehicles.

STANDS FOR PUBLIC RICKSHAS.

Eastern District.

.at Soldiers' Club.

1. Queen's Road East,

2.

Do.

3.

Do.

4.

Do.

爷爷

5.

Do.

6.

Do.

Do.

7.

8. Wanchai Road,

9. Praya East,

10.

Do.

11.

Do.

12.

Do.

13.

Do.

14. Junction of

"}

99

"1

Wellington Barracks. Arsenal Street.

St. Francis' Street.

Ship Street.

Amoy Lane.

Wanchai Market.

Cross Street and Junction of

Tin Lok Lane.

Arsenal Street (West side).

Ship Street.

Albany Street.

No. 2 Police Station.

Bowrington.

E Woo Street and Jardine's

Bazaar.

Central District.

15. Connaught Road Central,...at Government Wharf.

19

Kowloon Ferry Pier (Centre of

Street).

Blake Pier.

Douglas Street (West side).

Pottinger Street Wharf.

Victoria Street.

16.

Do.

17.

Do.

18.

Do.

"

19.

Do.

""

20.

Do.

""

21.

Do.

Jubilee Street.

""

22.

Do.

Gilman Street.

23.

Do.

24.

Do.

""

25.

Do.

26.

Do.

175

27. Connaught Road West, 28.

Do.

... 59

29. Des Voeux Road Central,

30.

Do.

31.

Do.

32.

Do.

33.

Do.

"

34.

Do.

35.

Do.

36.

Do.

37.

Do.

38.

Do.

39.

Do.

40.

Do.

41.

Do.

42. Des Voeux Road West,

43.

Do.

44. Queen's Road West,

""

Wing Wo Street.

Harbour Master's Office.

Hillier Street.

Cleverly Street.

Western Market (West side). Hoi On Wharf (Junction of Des

Voeux Road West and Queen's Street).

Junction of Ice House Street in

Chater Road.

South front of the King Edward

Hotel.

Douglas Street.

Pottinger Street.

Victoria Street.

Jubilee Street.

Gilman Street.

Wing Lok Street.

Wing Wo Street.

Ramsey Street.

... 23

19

"

Hillier Street.

Cleverly Street.

Morrison Street (West side).

Bonham Strand West.

Queen's Street.

Ko Shing Theatre.

Queen's Street.

Man on Insurance Office.

45.

Do.

46.

Do.

47. Queen's Road Central,

"

Tung Street.

48.

Do.

Tank Lane.

49.

Do.

Ladder Street.

50.

Do.

51.

Do.

52.

Do.

... 59

53.

Do.

54.

Do.

55.

Do.

56.

Do.

57.

Do.

58.

Do.

59.

Do.

60.

Do.

61.

Do.

62.

Do.

29

""

... 33

Hillier Street.

Gough Street Steps.

Fire Brigade Station.

Aberdeen Street.

Stag Hotel.

Peel Street.

Graham Street.

Jubilee Street.

Cochrane Street.

Victoria Street.

Pottinger Street.

D'Aguilar Street.

,, Hongkong Hotel.

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63. Pedder Street,

TABLE C,--Continued.

64. Queen's Road Central,

65.

66.

67.

Do.

Do.

Do.

68. Bonham Strand,

..at Clock Tower.

Duddell Street.

Hongkong & Shanghai Bank. Murray Road.

North Barracks.

Hillier Street.

69.

70.

71.

Do.

"

Do.

... 93

Do.

Cleverly Street. Morrison Street. East End.

Western District.

72. Connaught Road West, ...at Sutherland Street.

73.

Do.

74.

Do.

75.

Do.

76.

Do.

77.

Do.

78.

Do.

79.

Do.

80.

Do.

Wilmer Street.

Eastern Street.

""

Centre Street.

Jardine's Wharf.

Western Street.

Nullah.

"

Whitty Street.

Gas Office.

81. Des Voeux Road West,

82.

Do.

83.

Do.

84.

Do.

85.

Do.

86.

Do.

87.

Do.

88.

Do.

89. Queen's Road West,

90.

Do.

91.

Do.

92.

Do.

93.

Do.

94. Pokfulam Road,

Sutherland Street.

Wilmer Street.

Eastern Street.

Centre Street.

Western Street.

Nullah.

Whitty Street.

Hill Road

No. 7 Police Station.

Centre Street.

Eastern Street.

Sutherland Street.

19

Ko Shing Theatre. Third Street.

Kowloon.

The ricksha shelter on the North side of Salisbury Road between the gate of the Hongkong and Kowloon Wharf and Godown Com- pany, Limited, and Canton Road.

STANDS FOR PUBLIC CHAIRS.

1. Connaught Road Central, Kowloon Ferry Pier to Blake Pier

2. Chater Road (Centre of Street).

3. Pottinger Street Wharf.

4. Canton Wharf.

4

5. Cross Roads at No. 5 Station.

(Centre of Street).

6. Queen's Road at Cochrane Street.

7.

Do.

""

8. Pedder Street

39

9. Queen's Road

"

10.

Do.

11.

Do.

12.

Do.

13.

Do.

Pottinger Street.

back of Clock Tower. Zetland Street.

East of Ice House Street. West of

Do.

at Beaconsfield Steps.

at Murray Barracks.

14. At bottom of Wyndham Street.

15. Do. of D'Aguilar Street.

16. At Junction of Wellington and Pottinger Streets. Do. of Wellington and Aberdeen Streets.

17.

18. Lyndhurst Terrace at Gage Street.

19. Hollywood Road at Elgin Strret.

20.

Do. at Old Bailey.

21. Wyndham Street at Central Station.

22. Tram Terminus.

23. Kennedy Road, East side of Boundary Path.

24. Junction of Staunton and Shelley Streets.

25. Shelley Street at Lusitano Club.

26. Caine Road at Old Bailey.

27.

Do. at Peel Street.

28. The Albany.

29. Connaught Road Central at Wing Wo Road. 30. Ice House Street, opposite King Edward Hotel.

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Table D.

Fares for Public Vehicles.

177

CHAIRS.

I.-In Victoria, with two Bearers.

Quarter hour,

10 cents.

Half hour,

.20

11

One hour,

.25

Three hours,

.50

"

Six hours,

Day (6 a.m. to 6 p.m.),

.70 $1.00

"

If the trip is extended beyond Victoria, half fare extra.

Between the hours of 8.30 p.m. and 6 a.m. the above fares shall be

increased by 50 per centum.

II.-Beyond Victoria, with four Bearers.

Hour,

Three hours,

Six hours,

Day (6 a.m. to 6 p.m.),

0.60 cents.

$1.00

1.50

2.00

III.-In the Hill District.

With 2 Bearers.

With 4 Bearers.

Quarter hour,

$0.15

$0.30

Half hour,

0.20

0.40

One hour,

0.30

0.60

Two hours,

0.50

0.80

Three hours,

0.70

1.00

Six hours,

1.00

1.50

Day (6 a.m. to 6 p.m.),

1.50

2.00

RICKSHAS.

I.--In the Island of Hongkong, if engaged in Victoria.

Ten minutes,

Quarter hour,

Half hour,

Hour,

5 cents

10

15

20

19

20

Every subsequent hour,

Note.--If the ricksha be engaged within the City of Victoria, and be discharged outside the Western part of the City of Victoria after 9 p.m., or be discharged to the East of Bay View Police Station on the Eastern side of the City of Victoria after 9 p.m., an extra half fare shall be chargeable.

II.--In Kowloon.

Quarter hour,

Half hour,

Hour,

Every subsequent hour,

III.--Taipo Road.

5 cents.

15

20

"

10

>"

Twenty cents shall be added for each extra hour or part of an hour if the hirer causes the journey to take longer than:

To 4th mile-

single, return,

75 cents..

$1.00

1 hour.

2

hours.

*

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TABLE D.-Continued.

Beyond 4th to 6th mile-

single,

return,

$1.20 $1.50

2 hours.

4

Beyond 6th to 9th mile--

single,

$1.75

return,

$2.00

25

21

Beyond 9th to 11th mile-

single,

$2.00

return,

$2.50

7

""

Fares for journey beyond the 11th mile to be a matter of previous arrangement in each case.

The fares here set out to apply to one ricksha with three coolies from Tsim Sha Tsui.

Fares for Public Carriages.

I.

Not exceeding

From Slaughter House to Sailors' Home,

Sailors' Home to Government Civil Hospital, Government Civil Hospital to Clock Tower,

13

Clock Tower to Race Couse,

""

Clock Tower to Bay View House,

""

Wanchai Market to Bay View House,

Bay View House to Quarry Bay,

per passenger.

04 cents.

04

21

04

10

"

12

08

08

II.-In the City of Victoria.

Not exceeding

Quarter hour,

Half

""

per passenger.

10 cents.

10

""

One

20

Two

hours,

35

Three

50

22

Four

60

""

""

Five

70

""

Six

One day from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.,

75 $1.25

III-Beyond Victoria.

One hour, Two hours,

Three Four

""

Five Six

"

Not exceeding per passenger.

25 cents.

45

60

75

"

85

90

.$1.50

One day from 6 a.m. to 6

p.m.,

If a vehicle is discharged beyond the limits of the City of Victoria half fare extra is to be allowed for the return journey.

Quarter hour,

Half

One

Two hours,

Three

Four Five

وو

Six

"

IV.---In Kowloon,

Not exceeding

four passengers.

$

.40

.60

.80

1.40

2.00

2.40

2.80

3.00

5.00

One day from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.,

Between the hours of 8.30 p.m. and 6 a.m. the above fares shall

be increased by 50 per centum.

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No. 142.

Order made by the Governor-in-Council under Sections 3 and 4 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 32 of 1915), on the 6th day of April, 1916.

The rules made by the Governor-in-Council under the above Ordinance which were published in the Gazettes of the 7th, 14th and 21st January, 1916, respectively, are hereby amended as follows:-

1. Rule 1, published in the Gazette of the 7th January, 1916, is renumbered Rule 1(1), and the following clause is added thereto, and is numbered Rule 1(2):---

(2.) Where the Superintendent of Imports and Exports endorses any import statement to the effect that the articles specified in the said import state- ment, or any one or more of such articles, may be imported, no further permit or licence shall be necessary for the importation of any article to which such endorsement applies: Provided that every such endorsement shall be construed as subject to Conditions (1), (2), (3) and (4) in the form of import licence set forth in the Third Schedule hereto.

2. Rule 34, published in the Gazette of the 21st January, 1916, is repealed.

3. The following rules are added to the said rules so published in the Gazette as aforesaid :-

34. The articles specified in the Fourth Schedule hereto shall be Articles

wholly exempt from these rules.

exempted.

35. No person shall export or attempt to export any glass bottles Glass

(except beer bottles or proprietary bottles) unless they are bottles. being used bonâ fide for the exportation of some marketable commodity.

of certain

36. No person shall export or attempt to export to Switzerland any Exportation

article specified in the Fifth Schedule hereto unless such articles to article is consigned to the Société Suisse de Surveillance Switzerland. Economique.*

  4. The following schedules are added to the said rules so published in the Gazette as aforesaid:---

Fourth Schedule.

List of articles wholly exempt :

Fresh cream.

Fresh fish.

Fresh fruit.

Fresh milk.

Fresh vegetables.

Ice.

Live ducks.

Live fish.

Live fowl.

Live game. Live stock.

[Rule 34.]

* NOTE:---This rule must not be read as authorising the exportation to Switzerland of any article for the time being prohibited to be exported to a destination in Switzerland, or as authorising the exportation of any article whatsoever without a permit or licence.

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Fifth Schedule.

[Rule 36.]

List of articles which may not be exported to Switzerland unless consigned to the Société Suisse de Surveillance Economique :-

Accumulators, electric, and accumulator plates. Aceto cellulose.

Acetone.

Acid-

Acetic and acetates.

Hydrobromic.

Hydrochloric.

Lactic.

Nitric.

Salicylic.

Stearic.

Sulphuric.

Tartaric, cream of tartar and its alkaloids; tartrates.

Aconite and its preparations and alkaloids.

Acorns.

Aeroplanes and airships and engines and parts.

Aeroplane component parts with accessories and articles suitable

for use in connection with aircraft.

Alcohol: Amyl fusel oil, methylic, ethylic.

Alumina Anhydride, hydride, salts.

Alum.

Aluminium in all forms; ore: Pure metal; alloys of, oxides of. Aluminium, manufactures of.

Ammonia.

Aniline and its combinations.

Animals, living.

Antimony in all forms; ore: Alloys of, including anti-friction metal. Antipyrine (phenazone).

Arms of all kinds and component parts.

Arsenic and its salts.

Asbestos, crude and manufactured.

Aspirin.

Atropine.

Bamboos.

Bauxite.

Beans, locust.

Beet for manufacturing sugar.

Belladonna and its preparations and alkaloids.

Belting (machine) of leather, and other.

Benzine.

Bichromate of soda.

Bicycles and component parts.

Bismuth and its salts.

Blankets (woollen).

Boats for river use (barges, &c.).

Bones.

Bran, pollard, and flour-mill waste.

Brewers' and distillers' grains used for cattle feeding.

Bromine and bromides.

Bullion (see Gold).

Butter and butter substitutes.

Cable, insulated.

Cables, cordage, ropemakers' wares, of any textile materials.

Cachou, crude.

Caffeine.

Camphor.

Candles.

Cantharides and its preparations.

Caoutchouc (see Rubber).

Carbide of calcium.

Carbon, sulphide.

Carbonate of soda.

Cattle cake.

Caseine.

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Cattle (live stock).

Cattle feeding stuffs, brewery grains, and other.

Caustic soda.

Celluloid, raw, in bulk, sheets, rods, tubes, clippings, and waste.

Cellulose.

Cement.

Ceresine.

Charcoal.

Cheese.

Chemical preparations for pharmacy.

Chicory root, fresh and dried.

Chloral, chloramid, and preparations containing chloral,

Chlorates and perchlorates.

Chloride of lime, tin, magnesium, zinc.

Chlorine, liquefied.

Chloroform.

Chrome, ore and metal, in all forms.

Chronometers, ships'.

Cinchona bark.

Cloth, woollen.

Coal and coke.

Cobalt in all forms.

Coca and its preparations.

Cocaine and novo-cocaine.

Cocoa-chocolate.

Cocoa beans.

Codeine (alkaloid of opium).

Coffee.

Coin, gold, silver, nickel, bronze, and copper.

Collodion.

Copper: Ore (including pyrites); pure metal and alloys of, in all

Cork.

forms.

Cotton and cotton waste, including cotton yarn waste.

Cotton rags.

Cotton tissues, all kinds, made up or otherwise.

Creosote, wood.

Cutch, including gambier.

Cyanamide, calcium.

Cylinders and recipients of iron or steel for compressed or liquid

gas.

Detonators.

Diamond drills for draw plates, 1

(diamond weighing over 4 ct.).

15

mm.

diameter and over

Diamonds, rough, suitable for industrial purposes.

Digitaline.

Distillers' grains, and residues from apples, raisins, olives.

Dyes, coal tar.

Earth containing infusoria.

Eggs.

Electrical fire lighters.

Electrical carbons.

Electrical insulated wire and cables.

Electrodes, piles, and component parts.

Emery wheels.

Emetine and its salts.

Engine packings (see packings).

Ergot of rye, not including liquid or other medicinal preparations

of ergot.

Ether sulphuric and ether acetic.

Eucaine, hydrochlor.

Explosives: Gunpowder and similar explosives, guncotton, nitro-

glycerine, fulminating cotton, dynamite, melinite, &c.

Farinaceous goods of all kinds being foodstuffs, wheat, rye, oats, barley, maize, buckwheat, grain, meal and flour, malt, ships bread and biscuit [excepting gluten bread], groats, semolina, Italian paste, sago, salep, mandioca flour, mandioca, tapioca and flour, rice of all kinds, dried vegetables of all kinds and their meal, chestnuts and flour, dari, millet, and alpiste (long millet), potatoes.

Fats, vegetable, for food. Fats, animal.

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Ferro-chrome and ferro-nickel, and other ferro alloys.

Filings and scrap, of old copper, tin, zinc, and their alloys.

Firearms of all kinds and their component parts.

Fish, fresh and preserved, dried, salted.

Fish oil.

Flax, raw, as tow or combed.

Flaxen canvas: Hammock canvas, kitbag canvas, navy canvas, tent

canvas.

Flaxen fabric suitable for balloons.

Flour: Potato, maize, and other sorts of; also gluten and fecula. Forage Hay, straw.

Forges, portable.

Formol.

Gambier.

Gas, asphyxiating (materials for manufacture of). Gentian and its preparations.

Glasses, field and opera, other than "de luxe."

Glasses for optical instruments, and for spectacles.

Glycerine.

Graphite.

Gold Bullion, ingots, bars, dust, battered articles, coin.

Grindery used in the making of boots and shoes, including rivets,

plates, nails, buttons, &c.

Grindstones and emery wheels.

Gums, all kinds.

Gut, animal, in all forms, e.g., fresh, dried, salted, bladders,

sausage

casings.

Hair, animal.

Hammock, canvas.

Hams.

Haematite iron.

Hemp, crushed, dressed, and combed.

Hemp, yarn, cordage and twine.

Hemp, cloth.

Henbane and its preparations.

Hides, raw and dressed.

Horn and similar materials.

Horses, asses, and mules.

Hyposulphite of soda.

Indigo, natural.

Instruments, observation, geodesy, and optical.

Instruments, nautical, of all kinds.

Iodine, iodide, iodoform.

Ipecacuanha root.

Iridium.

Iron ore (including pyrites) and metal; iron castings and forgings,

tinned plate, including boxes for packing food.

Jute: raw; yarn; bags.

Jute piece-goods.

Lard.

Lava, volvie.

Lead, pure, and its alloys; pipe; sheet.

Lead ore.

Leather and leather wares.

Linen tissues.

Linen yarn.

Locust beans.

Lubricants.

Machine tools and parts thereof.

Machinery and parts thereof, suitable for use in marine and aerial

navigation.

Machinery, electrical, electric dynamos, and motors.

Machinery, refrigerating.

Machinery and parts thereof, exclusively used for the manufacture

of munitions and weapons of war.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 7, 1916.

Magnesium.

Magnetos.

Manganese; ore and metal, all forms.

Manures, chemical.

Maps and charts.

Margarine, oleo-margarine, copra butter, and similar products.

Meats, tinned, and extracts of.

Meats, fresh and refrigerated.

Meats, salt, and smoked.

Medicinal preparations.

Mercury, fulminate of.

Mercury; ore, metal, and preparations.

Metallic peroxides.

Methyl, salicylate.

Mica, rough and worked.

Milk, condensed, sweetened or not.

Miners' fuses.

Molasses.

Molybdenum; ore and alloys.

Morphia.

Munitions.

Needles, knitting.

Nickel ore: metal, pure and alloyed, all forms. Nuts and seeds, oleaginous.

Nitrobenzine.

Nitrates and nitrites.

Nuts and walnuts.

Nux vomica and its alkaloids and preparations.

Oil, vegetable.

Oil-cake, whole and ground.

Oil, whale.

Oil-cloth.

Oil, mineral, crude, refined, essential, heavy.

Oil, residual of distillation of alcohol.

Oleaginous nuts and seeds.

Oleine.

Onions.

Opium and preparations containing opium.

Optical instruments, glasses for.

Osmium.

Packings, engine and boiler, including slag-wool.

Paraffin.

Paraldehyde.

Peat.

"Peptone Witte."

Peroxides, metallic.

Pharmaceutical preparations (vegetable alkaloids).

Phosphorus products, all kinds.

Phosphorus and phosphate of lime.

Photographic plates and papers.

Pigeons, living.

Platinum.

Pork-butchers' meat ("charcuterie ").

Potassium, potash, and potash salts.

Potatoes.

Powder and similar explosives (see Explosives).

Poultry.

Projectiles and other munitions of war.

Protargol.

Preserved foodstuffs, all kinds.

Pyramidon; pyridine (base of).

Pyrites, copper and iron.

Quinine and its salts.

Quinine, extracts of.

Rabbits.

Rags of all kinds.

Ramie, raw; yarn; tissues; and waste.

183

184

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 7, 1916.

Rattans, natural and peeled; canes.

Rhodium.

Residue of apples, grapes, olives ("mares ").·

Resinous substances, pine and fir, oil of turpentine; turpentine ;

rosin; rosin pitch.

Ropes (see Cables).

Routhenium.

Rubber Balata, gutta-percha, raw or remelted, including waste

and ebonite; rubber wares.

Rubber, vulcanised, in sheets.

Rye, ergot of (see Ergot).

Saccharin, including saxin.

Sacks (coal), satchels and bags of all kinds (excepting paper bags). Salicylate of soda.

Salin of beetroot.

Salol.

Salts of

Copper, chrome, tin, mercury, thorium, ammonia, cerium, titanium, molybdenum, vanadium, and other salts of rare earths.

Salvarsan and neo-salvarsan.

Sanitary materials and fittings.

Santonin and its preparations.

Scraps Metal and filings, copper, tin, zinc, and their alloys. Seeds, sowing.

Selenium.

Serum.

Silicon.

Silk, Tussah, raw, spun and woven.

Silk, floss and noils, in mass or combed; yarns and tissues of the

same, undyed, unprinted.

Shipbuilding materials, rigging and apparatus.

Soap.

Sodium sulphide; also hyposulphite.

Soups, compressed, desiccated.

Steel, all kinds.

Sugar, raw, refined, candy.

Sugar of milk.

Sulphate of copper and cuprous powders; green copper.

Sulphate of soda, sulphate of zinc.

Sulphate of alumina.

Sulphonal.

Sulphur and pyrites.

Sulphur dioxide (anhydride).

Starch.

Steel scraps.

Surgical bandages and dressings.

Surgical instruments and apparatus, including drain tubes and

rubber gloves.

Swords, bayonets, and other arms not being firearms or parts

thereof.

Tapioca.

Tar (coal) and its chemical products.

Tarpaulins.

Tartar.

Tar (wood) and creosote oil.

Tanning substances of all kinds, including extracts used in tanning. Telegraphs, material for.

Terpine.

Textile fabric for balloons.

Theobromine.

Thorium, salts.

Thread, cotton.

Thread, woollen.

Thread, linen.

Thymol and its preparations.

Titanium, ore.

Tin, ore; metal, pure and alloyed, in all forms.

Tools, with or without handles, of iron or steel; spades, chisels, picks, axes, shovels, saws, farriers' tools, carpenters', wheel- wrights', and saddlers' tools, entrenching tools, billhooks, hoes, and tool handles.

Tools used in the making of boots and shoes.

Tomatoes, fresh and preserved.

+

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 7, 1916.

185

Trional.

Trioxymethylene. Tungsten, in all forms.

Turpentine, essence.

Uniform clothing and military equipment, camping, saddlery

harness.

Urea and its compounds.

Urotropin (hexamethylene tetramiue) and its preparations.

Vanadium, ore.

Vaccin.

Vaseline and mineral jellies.

Vegetables, fresh and preserved.

Vehicles of all kinds, haulers and traction engines of all kinds, pneumatic tyres, all articles (unmanufactured or manufactured) used in military or naval transport.

Ventilators of 50 to 250 kilogrammes.

Veronal (acid diethylbarbituric), sodium veronal.

Vessels, sailing, steam, motor.

Water oxygenised.

Wire, insulated.

Wolfram (tungsten), ore and metal, all forms.

Wood, walnut, unhewn, squared and sawn.

Wood, ash, beech, birch, lime, mahogany, okoumé, plane.

Wood, for building.

Wood, for rifle stocks and rifle parts.

Wool of all kinds, including waste.

Woollen tissues.

Woollen hosiery and knitted goods.

Yeast.

Yarns, cotton.

Yarns, woollen.

Yarns, linen, hemp, jute, ramie.

Yarns, mohair, alpaca, hair.

Zinc, ore; metal, pure and alloyed, in all forms.

No. 143.

  Order made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 70 of the Probates Ordinance, 1897, (Ordinance No. 2 of 1897), this 6th day of April, 1916.

Whereas by the seventieth section of the Probates Ordinance, 1897, it is enacted as follows:-

"The Governor-in-Council may, on being satisfied that the Legislature of any British Possession has made adequate provision for the recognition in that Possession of probates and administrations granted by the Court, direct by order that the provisions of Part VI of the Probates Ordinance, 1897, relating to Colonial Probates, shall, subject to any exceptions and modifications specified in the order, apply to that Possession, and there- upon, while the order is in force, those provisions shall apply accord- ingly."

And whereas the Governor-in-Council is satisfied that the Legislature of the British Possession hereinafter mentioned has made adequate provision for the recognition in that Possession of probates and letters of administration granted by the Supreme Court of this Colony:

Now, therefore, the Governor-in-Council doth hereby order and direct that the pro- visions of Part VI of the Probates Ordinance, 1897, shall apply to the British Possession of Nigeria in addition to the list and in substitution for Southern Nigeria mentioned in the Order-in-Council published on pages 466 and 467 of "The Regulations of Hongkong, 1914".

+

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 7, 1916.

185

Trional.

Trioxymethylene. Tungsten, in all forms.

Turpentine, essence.

Uniform clothing and military equipment, camping, saddlery

harness.

Urea and its compounds.

Urotropin (hexamethylene tetramiue) and its preparations.

Vanadium, ore.

Vaccin.

Vaseline and mineral jellies.

Vegetables, fresh and preserved.

Vehicles of all kinds, haulers and traction engines of all kinds, pneumatic tyres, all articles (unmanufactured or manufactured) used in military or naval transport.

Ventilators of 50 to 250 kilogrammes.

Veronal (acid diethylbarbituric), sodium veronal.

Vessels, sailing, steam, motor.

Water oxygenised.

Wire, insulated.

Wolfram (tungsten), ore and metal, all forms.

Wood, walnut, unhewn, squared and sawn.

Wood, ash, beech, birch, lime, mahogany, okoumé, plane.

Wood, for building.

Wood, for rifle stocks and rifle parts.

Wool of all kinds, including waste.

Woollen tissues.

Woollen hosiery and knitted goods.

Yeast.

Yarns, cotton.

Yarns, woollen.

Yarns, linen, hemp, jute, ramie.

Yarns, mohair, alpaca, hair.

Zinc, ore; metal, pure and alloyed, in all forms.

No. 143.

  Order made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 70 of the Probates Ordinance, 1897, (Ordinance No. 2 of 1897), this 6th day of April, 1916.

Whereas by the seventieth section of the Probates Ordinance, 1897, it is enacted as follows:-

"The Governor-in-Council may, on being satisfied that the Legislature of any British Possession has made adequate provision for the recognition in that Possession of probates and administrations granted by the Court, direct by order that the provisions of Part VI of the Probates Ordinance, 1897, relating to Colonial Probates, shall, subject to any exceptions and modifications specified in the order, apply to that Possession, and there- upon, while the order is in force, those provisions shall apply accord- ingly."

And whereas the Governor-in-Council is satisfied that the Legislature of the British Possession hereinafter mentioned has made adequate provision for the recognition in that Possession of probates and letters of administration granted by the Supreme Court of this Colony:

Now, therefore, the Governor-in-Council doth hereby order and direct that the pro- visions of Part VI of the Probates Ordinance, 1897, shall apply to the British Possession of Nigeria in addition to the list and in substitution for Southern Nigeria mentioned in the Order-in-Council published on pages 466 and 467 of "The Regulations of Hongkong, 1914".

186

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 7, 1916.

No. 144.

Order made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 10 of the Certificates of Origin Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 8 of 1915), on the 6th day of April, 1916.

The Order-in-Council made under the above Ordinance and published in the Gazette of the 11th June, 1915, as amended by the Order-in-Council published in the Gazette of the 31st March, 1916, is hereby further amended by the deletion of the word "Marble" in sub-paragraph (a) of paragraph 2 thereof, and by the substitution therefor of the following:--

Raw marble;

Quicksilver :

Sulphur ;

Raw coral, and articles of carved coral;

Shells.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

6th April, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 145. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. J. W. FRANKS to be Assistant Superintendent of the Special Police Reserve, with effect from this date.

4th April, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 146. The following notification which appeared in the London Gazette of the 11th February, 1916, is published for general information.

7th April, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

FOREIGN TRADE DEPARTMENT, FOREIGN OFFICE,

7th February, 1916.

The Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs publishes for general information the following list of persons and firms in Egypt with enemy interests, which have been licensed by the Egyptian Government, to carry on business for the purpose of liquida- tion only.

No new transactions should be entered into with any person or firm mentioned in the list.

   Persons having claims against any person or firm mentioned in the list should make such claims at once to such person or firm or in cases when a Controller has already been appointed (indicated in the list by the letter (a) placed against the name of the person or firm) to the Controller thereof.

186

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 7, 1916.

No. 144.

Order made by the Governor-in-Council under Section 10 of the Certificates of Origin Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 8 of 1915), on the 6th day of April, 1916.

The Order-in-Council made under the above Ordinance and published in the Gazette of the 11th June, 1915, as amended by the Order-in-Council published in the Gazette of the 31st March, 1916, is hereby further amended by the deletion of the word "Marble" in sub-paragraph (a) of paragraph 2 thereof, and by the substitution therefor of the following:--

Raw marble;

Quicksilver :

Sulphur ;

Raw coral, and articles of carved coral;

Shells.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

6th April, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 145. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. J. W. FRANKS to be Assistant Superintendent of the Special Police Reserve, with effect from this date.

4th April, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 146. The following notification which appeared in the London Gazette of the 11th February, 1916, is published for general information.

7th April, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

FOREIGN TRADE DEPARTMENT, FOREIGN OFFICE,

7th February, 1916.

The Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs publishes for general information the following list of persons and firms in Egypt with enemy interests, which have been licensed by the Egyptian Government, to carry on business for the purpose of liquida- tion only.

No new transactions should be entered into with any person or firm mentioned in the list.

   Persons having claims against any person or firm mentioned in the list should make such claims at once to such person or firm or in cases when a Controller has already been appointed (indicated in the list by the letter (a) placed against the name of the person or firm) to the Controller thereof.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 7, 1916.

187

  List of persons and firms in Egypt with enemy interests which have been licensed by the Egyptian Government to carry on business for the purpose of liquidation only:-

Abel and Schellenberg, P.O.B. 990, Cairo.

Andres and Co., Fritz, 19, Rue Stamboul, Alexandria.

Austro-Orientalische Handels-Aktiengesellschaft, 41, Sharia Sabaat el Bahrieh,

Cairo.

Barkowski, Hermann, P.O.B. 105, Port Said.

Bayer Bruder, P.O.B. 4, Cairo (a).

Boehne and Anderer, P.O.B. 209, Cairo (a).

Bohm, Friedrich, and Heymann, 14, Sharia Maghraby, Cairo.

Brach, Gustav, and Co., Succ., 1, Rue Pirona, Alexandria.

Hussein Bey Younes Ben Chaaban (Agency for the Soc. Anon. des Fabriques

Autrichiennes des Bonnets Turcs), Rue Fahamine, Ghourieh, Cairo.

The Colloid Wolfram Lamp Co., 45, Sharia Abdine, Cairo (a).

Confalonieri, Antonio, 3, Sharia Abou el Sebaa, Cairo.

Continental Caoutchouc and Guttapercha Co., 16, Rue Nubar Pasha, Cairo. Cotton Export Company, Soc. Anor., 1, Rue Cherif Pasha, Alexandria. Gasmotoren-Fabrik Deutz, 16, Rue Nubar Pasha, Cairo. Egyptische Egrenier Fabriken, Alexandria (a).

The Egyptian Lloyd, 21, Sharia Madabegh, Cairo. Engelhardt, Leopold, and Co., 12, Sharia Kawala, Cairo.

Fix and David, 7, Sharia el Bosta, Cairo.

Flick, H. and C., St. Mark's Buildings, Alexandria.

Soc. Anon. d'Electricité Ganz, 10, Rue Soliman Pasha, Cairo.

Prima Fabbrica Birra di Graz, Soc. Anon., 1, Rue St. Mark, Alexandria.

Geiger, W., and Co., 14, Rue el Chichini, Cairo.

Hackh, Hugo, Sharia Emad el Dine, Cairo and Rue Cherif Pasha, Alexandria. Hess and Co., 15, Rue de France, Alexandria.

Holz and Co., 9, Sharia Rouei, Cairo.

Lepique, H., per Th. D. Kaiopoulos, Shebin el Quanater.

Kirchmayer, Rudolf, and Co., 16, Rue Nubar Pasha, Cairo.

Klink and Lauer, Rue el Mokattam, Port Said.

Knoll, Giuseppe, 9, Sharia el Bora, Cairo (a).

Koenig and Jessenitzer, P.O.B. 1226, Cairo.

Kortenhaus and Hammerstein, P.O.B. 332, Alexandria (a).

Kunzler and Co., 9, Rue Dessouki, Cairo.

Landgrebe and Leisching, P.O.B. 307, Alexandria.

Lichtenstern, Jos. M., 3, Sharia Dessouki, Cairo.

Lindemann, R. and O., 17, Rue Stamboul, Alexandria (a).

Lion Ludwig, 2, Sharia el Bosta, Cairo.

Meinecke, Georg, Rue Colmar, Suez.

Mez, Gustav, Koubbeh Les Bains.

Mulhauser and Co., 127, Rue Abdel Moneim, Alexandria.

Bornstern, L., and Co., 55, Sharia el Bawaki, Cairo.

Orenstein and Koppel-Arthur Koppel, Société Anonyme, 4, Sharia el Manakh,

Cairo (a).

Pollack, Leopold and Co., 3, Sharia Manchaket el Kataba, Cairo.

Protzman, Carl, c/o Thomas Bonorand, Fleming, Alexandria.

Riecken, George, 16, Rue Nebi Daniel, Alexandria (a).

Sayegh and Sorer, 6, Rue Hamzawi, Cairo.

Schneider and Rothacker, P.O.B. 357, Alexandria.

Seeger, Albert, P.O.B. 161, Alexandria.

Seeger Bros. and Co., 1, Rue Cherif Pasha, Alexandria.

Siemens-Schuckert, Sharia Emad el Dine, Cairo.

Société Anonyme pour la Fabrication des Cigarettes (Hadges Nessim), 12/14,

Rue Abou Dardar, Alexandria.

188

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 7, 1916.

Steaua Romana (Etoile Roumaine), P.O.B. 1161, Alexandria.

Lepique, H., per Stellio Mavridis, Toukh.

Stobbe, Rudolph, G.M.B.H., 29, Rue Cherif Pasha, Alexandria.

Stross, Bruder, Rue Mosquée el Cheikh Ibrahim Pasha, Alexandria. Galizenstein, Jacques, per Albert Tomich, 16, Sharia el Maghraby, Cairo. Toch, S., per B. Press, P.O.B. 1137, Cairo.

Union Export Gesellschaft, M.B.H., 2, Rue Hoshe Issa, Cairo.

The Upper Egypt Artesian Boring Co., A. Weber and Co., 20, Sharia Sheikh

Abou el Sebaa, Cairo.

Zuker, Leo, 10, Sharia Maghraby, Cairo.

   NOTE. The Deutsche Orient Bank, A.G., and the Egyptische Hypotheken Bank are licensed to carry on business in Egypt under the supervision of a Controller with instruc- tions, the effect of which is to prevent these banks from undertaking new business.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

   No. 147. Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hongkong, during the month of March, 1916.

WIND.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

DATE.

AT M.S.L.

CLOUDI SUN-

NESS.

RAIN.

SHINE.

Max. Mean. Min. Rel. Abs.

Dir. Vel.

ins.

O

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points. Miles

p.h.

1,

30.24

58.4 52.7 48.0

56

0.23

100

0.5

2,

.15.

60.0

55.3 49.7

60

NNE 7.4

.26

95

4.4

0.020

E

11.0

3,

.03

65.2

59.6 54.4

78

.40

97

3.1

.10

4,

64.6 62.2

60.3

79

+45

97

1.0

5,

.13

63.5 61.1

58.3 77

.42

72

5.8

6,

.04

62.3 60.6 58.3 79

.42

98

0.8

29.95

66.7 62.7 59.5

⚫49

99

1.9

8,

30.03

64.I

59.7 57.6

·46

100

9,

.05

61.8

59.8

58.0

.42

100

1.8

...

10,

29.98

65.9

62.5

88

59.2

.50

100

II,

.98

63.8

60. I 57.8

81

.42

100

0.030

0.125

0.010

E by S 8.5 E 19.2

E by N 22.9 E 24.7 E 20.2 E by N 17-3 E by N 27.6 E by S 8.5

E by N 27.7

12,

.97

64.0

60.9

58.4 91

•49

100

E

23.5

13,

30.07

63.9

61.1

58.6

92

.49

100

E

...

24.9

14,

.12

60.4

58.5

56.4

86

.42

100

0.6

E

21.7

15,

.08 61.7

58,8 56.0

80

•40

87

5.0

E

21.0

16,

.10

64.6

60.3 57.6

.42

92

3.5

E

23.2

17, ....**

.15

59.1

55.9 57.6

85

.41

100

E by N 20.9

18,

.13 58.7

55.6 56.7

85

.39

100

0.030

E by N 23.1

19,

.02

61.7 58.6

55.3

87

.43

100

E 23.6

20,

21,

29.95

.98

61.2

60,1 58.7 92

+48

97

0.1

E

26.0

64.4 61.5 59.5 95

.52

100

22,

30.15

61.9 59.8

57.0 78

.40

100

0.075 0.015

E

14.1

NNE

23,

.28

60.6

55.2 57.5

76

.36

100

24,

.33

58.7

51.1 55.5

65

.29

100

25,

.25

63.7

58.6 53-3 47

.23

88

4.9

:

26,

27,

.13

.II

64.7 61.0 57.3 54

.29

24

10.2

67.0

2.89

.10

29,

.00

30,

31,

29.90

63.4 62.I 64.2 62.3 67.6

60.4 63.3

68

.40

100

.6

:

NE by E 8.6

0.030 NNE

8.4

8.8

E by N E by S 16.5

E by S 11.7

6.1

61.1

83

.46

100

E

9.6

59.7 77

.43

98

1.4

0.020

E

23.1

64.7

61.3

85

.52

99

.83

79.1 71.7 65.7 91

.70

98

1.2

2.I

E

19.2

ESE

9.0

Sum.

Sum.

Mean.

30.08 63.4 60.2 57.3 79 0.42

95

49.5

0.355

E

17.4

  Maximum,... Mean,

Minimum,

MEANS OF 30 YEARS (1884 TO 1913 INCLUSIVE) FOR MARCH:-

30.14 72.9 68.1 64.5 91 30.06 67.1 62.8 59.6 8༣ 29.99 63.5 58.9 55.9

.58

97 182.3 11.485

74

•49 .42

84 84.1 2.987

E by N

19.2 15.8

57 25.0 0.170

12.5

    The rainfall for the month of March at the Botanical Gardens was ins. 44 on 13 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 0ins.24 on 4 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was Oins. 48 on 8 days.

T. F. CLAXTON,

5th April, 1916.

Director.

188

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 7, 1916.

Steaua Romana (Etoile Roumaine), P.O.B. 1161, Alexandria.

Lepique, H., per Stellio Mavridis, Toukh.

Stobbe, Rudolph, G.M.B.H., 29, Rue Cherif Pasha, Alexandria.

Stross, Bruder, Rue Mosquée el Cheikh Ibrahim Pasha, Alexandria. Galizenstein, Jacques, per Albert Tomich, 16, Sharia el Maghraby, Cairo. Toch, S., per B. Press, P.O.B. 1137, Cairo.

Union Export Gesellschaft, M.B.H., 2, Rue Hoshe Issa, Cairo.

The Upper Egypt Artesian Boring Co., A. Weber and Co., 20, Sharia Sheikh

Abou el Sebaa, Cairo.

Zuker, Leo, 10, Sharia Maghraby, Cairo.

   NOTE. The Deutsche Orient Bank, A.G., and the Egyptische Hypotheken Bank are licensed to carry on business in Egypt under the supervision of a Controller with instruc- tions, the effect of which is to prevent these banks from undertaking new business.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

   No. 147. Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hongkong, during the month of March, 1916.

WIND.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

DATE.

AT M.S.L.

CLOUDI SUN-

NESS.

RAIN.

SHINE.

Max. Mean. Min. Rel. Abs.

Dir. Vel.

ins.

O

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points. Miles

p.h.

1,

30.24

58.4 52.7 48.0

56

0.23

100

0.5

2,

.15.

60.0

55.3 49.7

60

NNE 7.4

.26

95

4.4

0.020

E

11.0

3,

.03

65.2

59.6 54.4

78

.40

97

3.1

.10

4,

64.6 62.2

60.3

79

+45

97

1.0

5,

.13

63.5 61.1

58.3 77

.42

72

5.8

6,

.04

62.3 60.6 58.3 79

.42

98

0.8

29.95

66.7 62.7 59.5

⚫49

99

1.9

8,

30.03

64.I

59.7 57.6

·46

100

9,

.05

61.8

59.8

58.0

.42

100

1.8

...

10,

29.98

65.9

62.5

88

59.2

.50

100

II,

.98

63.8

60. I 57.8

81

.42

100

0.030

0.125

0.010

E by S 8.5 E 19.2

E by N 22.9 E 24.7 E 20.2 E by N 17-3 E by N 27.6 E by S 8.5

E by N 27.7

12,

.97

64.0

60.9

58.4 91

•49

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    The rainfall for the month of March at the Botanical Gardens was ins. 44 on 13 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 0ins.24 on 4 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was Oins. 48 on 8 days.

T. F. CLAXTON,

5th April, 1916.

Director.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 7, 1916.

TREASURY.

189

  No. 148. It is hereby notified for the information of Owners and Occupiers of tenements that, under the provisions of the Rating Ordinance, 1901, (Ordinance Ño. 6 of 1901), Rates for the Second Quarter of 1916 are payable in advance on or before the 29th April, 1916.

  If any person shall fail to pay such Rates on or before the 31st May, 1916, proceed- ings will be taken in the Supreme Court for their recovery without further notice.

  No refund of Rates in respect of vacant tenements will be granted unless such Rates have been paid during and within the month of April, nor unless application is made for such refund within fifteen days from the expiration of the quarter.

1st April, 1916.

A. M. THOMSON, Treasurer.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

  No. 149. It is hereby notified that the following Letters Patent have been granted :-

Number.

Date of Grant.

Name of Grantee.

Address of Grantee.

Description of Invention.

4 of 1916.

30th March, 1916.

31st March, 1916.

Standard Oil Com- pany as assignees of Harold Wade, Chartered Patent Agent of 111 and 112 Hatton Gar- den, London, E.C.

Of Witing, Indiana, United An invention for improved

of America.

process of treating liquid hydrocarbons for the pro- duction of hydrocarbons of lower boiling points.

  No. 150. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

No. 16 of 1902.

3rd Aprll,

1902.

No. 12 of 1902.

9th March, 1902.

5th April, 1916.

Wailes Dove and Company (1906) Limited, 5 St. Nicholas Buildings, New- castle-on-Tyne, Northum- berland, England.

Wong Kam Shang of the Wong Fuk Ching shop, No. 345A Queen's Road West, Victoria, Hongkong.

3rd April, 1930.

1

9th March, 1930.

45

15

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

190

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 7, 1916.

SUPREME COURT.

No. 151.It is hereby notified that at the expiration of three months from the date hereof the CENTRAL AND NORTH CHINA GODOWNS AND PRESSPACKING COMPANY, LIMITED, will, unless cause is shewn to the contrary, be struck off the Register and the Company will be dissolved.

7th April, 1916.

HUGH A. NIsbet,

Registrar of Companies.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 14, 1916.

DESPATCHES FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

 No. 152.--The following Order of His Majesty the King in Council is published for general information.

14th April, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

LORD

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE,

THE 27TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1916.

PRESENT,

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY.

LORD PRESIDENT

LORD CHAMBERLAIN

Mr. LEWIS HARCOURT

Sir FRANCIS HOPWOOD

Sir MATTHEW JOYCE

Sir FREDERICK BANBURY, BART.

Sir DANIEL FORD GODDARD

Mr. GEORGE N. BARNES

Mr. WILLIAM CROOKS

Mr. FREDERICK L. HARRIS

Mr. DONALD MACLEAN

Sir LAWRENCE H. JENKINS.

WHEREAS by Section 737 of the "Merchant Shipping Act, 1894," it is provided

   that where, under that Act, anything is authorized to be done by, to, or before, a British Consular Officer, and in any place outside His Majesty's Dominions in which His Majesty has jurisdiction there is no such Officer, such thing may be done in that place by, to, or before, such Officer as His Majesty in Council may direct :

 And Whereas the "Merchant Shipping Act, 1894," has been amended by the following Acts, namely, the "Merchant Shipping Act, 1897," the "Merchant Shipping (Exemption from Pilotage) Act, 1897," the "Merchant Shipping (Liability of Shipowners) Act, 1898," the "Merchant Shipping (Mercantile Marine Fund) Act, 1898," the "Mer- chant Shipping (Liability of Shipowners and others) Act, 1900," the "Merchant Shipping Act, 1906," the "Merchant Shipping Act, 1907," the "Merchant Shipping Act, 1911,' the "Merchant Shipping (Certificates) Act, 1914," and the "Merchant Shipping (Con- ventions) Act, 1914," which Acts are to be construed as one with the "Merchant Shipping Act, 1894":

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 And Whereas the "Merchant Shipping (Seamen's Allotment) Act, 1911," was passed to remove doubts as to the true interpretation of Section 142 of the "Merchant Shipping Act, 1894," and Section 62 of the "Merchant Shipping Act, 1906":

 And Whereas all the before-mentioned Acts, together with any Act amending the same, are hereinafter referred to as the Merchant Shipping Acts:

 And Whereas the State of North Borneo is a place outside His Majesty's Dominions in which His Majesty has jurisdiction, but in which there is no Consular Officer :

 And Whereas it has been made to appear to His Majesty that it is expedient that the Officer hereinafter named should exercise and perform in the said State the powers and duties of a British Consular Officer under the Merchant Shipping Acts:

 Now, Therefore, His Majesty in Council, by virtue of the power vested in him by Section 737 of the "Merchant Shipping Act, 1894," is pleased to direct that anything which is, under the Merchant Shipping Acts, authorized to be done by, to, or before, a British Consular Officer may be done in the State of North Borneo by, to, or before, the Officer for the time being acting as District Officer, Tawao, North Borneo.

ALMERIC FITZROY.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 14, 1916.

193

No. 153. The following Order of His Majesty the King in Council is published for general information.

14th April, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE,

THE 15TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1916.

PRESENT,

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

W HEREAS a state of war exists between His Majesty and the German Emperor, the

Emperor of Austria King of Hungary, the Sultan of Turkey and the King of the

Bulgarians:

And whereas His Majesty holds it to be His Prerogative Duty as well as His Prero- gative Right to take all steps necessary for the Defence and Protection of the Realm:

 And whereas His Majesty did by Order in Council dated November 10th, 1915, pro- hibit the carriage of cargo by any British steamship exceeding 500 tons gross tonnage registered in the United Kingdom from one foreign port to another, unless exempted by licence:

And whereas it has been made to appear to His Majesty that it is essential to the Defence and Protection of the Realm that, in the exercise of His Prerogatives as aforesaid, He should prohibit as from and after the First day of March, 1916, any British steam- ship registered in the United Kingdom exceeding 500 tons gross tonnage, except steam- ships engaged in the coasting trade of the United Kingdom, from proceeding on any voyage, unless the owner or charterer of such steamship has been granted a licence as hereinafter provided:

 Now, therefore, His Majesty is pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, and in exercise of His Prerogatives as aforesaid and of all other powers Him thereunto enabling, to order and it is hereby ordered that, from and after the First day of March, 1916, no British steamship registered in the United Kingdom exceeding 500 tons gross tonnage, except steamships engaged in the coasting trade of the United Kingdom, shall proceed on any voyage, unless a licence to do so has been granted to or in favour of the owner or charterer of such steamship by the Licensing Committee appointed by the Pre- sident of the Board of Trade under the provisions of the aforesaid Order in Council of November 10th, 1915, which licence may be general in reference to classes of ships or their voyages or special.

And the President of the Board of Trade is to act and give instructions and direc- tions accordingly.

ALMERIC FITZROY.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 154.---In accordance with Government Notification No. 565 of 22nd December, 1915, it is hereby notified that the Governor-in-Council is satisfied that the following Society has ceased to exist:-

Social (Chinese). Wang Yik Club()

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

6th April, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

194

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 14, 1916.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 155. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under Section 19 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Police Sergeant GEORGE WILLIS to be a Sanitary Inspector for Aberdeen, with effect from 2nd April, 1916, vice Police Sergeant ALFRED FLOYD.

14th April, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 156. The following Finding of the re-hearing of the Marine Court of Inquiry to investigate the charges against Mr. WARREN SMITH, Chief Engineer of the S.S. Wollowra, is published for general information. The previous Finding was published under Government Notification No. 83 of 25th February, 1916.

14th April, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

༢.

FINDING.

We are of opinion that the present Court of Inquiry must be regarded as a new Court quite independent of the other Court which gave its decision on the 11th day of February, 1916. We find that the said WARREN SMITH was guilty of a gross act of mis- conduct in defying the Master at Saigon inasmuch as he told him that he had no controi over him and the engine room staff. We are also of opinion that the said WARREN SMITH was guilty of a gross act of misconduct by defying the Master when he threw on the table the said letter containing his commands.

We are of opinion that what occurred in Hongkong did not amount to a gross act of misconduct although the Court is of opinion that his conduct was most reprehensible..

We therefore order his Chief Engineer Certificate No. 2046 of Victoria to be suspended for a period of four months, such suspension to take effect from the 11th day of February, 1916, and that during such time a Second Engineer Certificate will be granted him.

Given under our hands at Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, this 6th day of April, 1916.

(Signed)

F. A. HAZELAND,

Stipendiary Magistrate and President of the Court.

R. MCMURRAY, Lieut.-Commander, R.N.R.,

H.M.S. Whiting. '

W. DAVISON, Commander, R.N.R.,

Master, British S.S. Empress of Asia.

F. W. JAMES, Marine Engineer,

Messrs. Butterfield & Swire.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 14, 1916.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

195

 No. 157. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

No. 17 of 1902.

9th April, 1902.

9th April, 1916.

Société

Anonyme Filature

St. Filteries Réunies, Vic-

toria, Hongkong, and Alost, Belgium, &c.

9th April, 1930.

23

E. CARPMAEL,

&

Registrar of Trade Marks.

198

No. 12.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1916.

PROCLAMATIONS.

[L.S.]

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

  By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same:

Whereas by the second section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as amended by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned to be exported. from the Colony of Hongkong arms ammunition and gunpowder military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor may judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of military or naval stores provisions or any sort of victual which may be used as food by man or any or either of such arms ammunition gunpowder stores goods or articles respectively:

And whereas by the third section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as enacted by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned the exportation of all or any of the following articles namely arms ammunition military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor shall judge capable of being converted into or made. useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores to any country or place therein named whenever the Governor by and with the advice aforesaid shall judge such prohibition to be expedient in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-opera- tion with His Majesty's forces :

  And whereas by the fourth section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as renumbered by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may whilst any such proclamation is in force permit to be exported or to be water-borne to be so exported any particular articles or class of articles the export of which is prohibited by such proclamation to such persons and on such terms and sub- ject to such conditions and regulations if any as to the Governor may seem fit and may at any time revoke or vary the terms of any such permission:

And whereas by sub-clause (9) of clause III of the order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria-in-Council made on the 26th day of October 1896 as amended by the order of His Majesty-in-Council made on the 28th day of August 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may prohibit the export from the Colony of any article:

And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of September 1915 the exporta- tion of certain articles therein referred to from the Colony was prohibited to certain or all destinations:

And whereas by proclamations dated respectively the 1st and 29th days of October the 19th day of November and the 10th 24th and 31st days of December 1915 the 7th and 21st days of January and the 11th and 18th days of February and the 17th 24th and 31st days of March 1916 the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 was amended as therein stated:

  And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of December 1915 the said pro- clamation of the 10th day of December 1915 was amended as therein stated :

And whereas it is expedient that the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid should be further amended:

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199

And whereas the articles other than arms ammunition or military or naval stores hereinafter enumerated are articles which I with the advice aforesaid judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores:

  And whereas in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-operation with His Majesty's forces I with the advice aforesaid have deemed it expedient to prohibit the exportation of the articles hereinafter enumerated :

  Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same by and with the advice of the Executive Council of this Colony and in virtue and exercise of the aforesaid powers do by this Proclamation declare and it is hereby declared that the above- mentioned proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid be and the same is hereby further amended as follows:--

(1.) That the heading "Haematite pig iron" in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all destinations other than the United King- dom and British Possessions and Protectorates be deleted, and there be substituted therefor the heading :-

Pig iron of the following descriptions

(a.) pig iron containing less than 0.1 per cent. of phosphorus,

including haematite pig iron;

(b.) all other pig iron containing more than 0.1 per cent. of phosphorus, but less than 15 per cent. of silicon together with less than 0:09 per cent. of sulphur.

(2.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all destina- ·

tions other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protec-

torates:

Cerium, oxide and salts of;

Cerium and its alloys, including ferro-cerium.

(3.) That the heading "Draw plates, jewelled, for drawing steel wire, and diamonds prepared for use therein," in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all destinations abroad other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protectorates be deleted, and there be substituted therefor the heading "Draw plates, jewelled, for drawing wire, and diamonds prepared for use therein."

(4.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal:

Bleaching powder.

(5.) That the following sub-heading be added under the heading "All provi- sions and victuals which may be used as food for man and the raw materials thereof, not otherwise prohibited, including" in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal:-

Fruit, fresh, dried, or preserved in any way, and nuts used as fruit.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 20th day of April 1916.

By Command,

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1916.

No. 158.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

  Regulations made by the Governor in Council under Section 62 (e) and (f) of the Opium Ordinance, 1914, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1914), this 20th day of April, 1916.

The Regulations made by the Governor in Council under Section 62 (e) and (f) of the Opium Ordinance, 1914, and published in the Gazette of the 5th February, 1916, Notification No. 43, are hereby amended as follows:

1. In Clause No. 2 the rate of sale for Kamshan Opium shall be at the rate of

$37 a tin instead of $35 a tin.

2. In Clause No. 3 the rate of sale of Hongkong Opium shall be $12 a tael

instead of $11.50 a tael.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

20th April, 1916.

No. 159.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 2.

WEDNESDAY, 1ST MARCH, 19.16.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY, K.C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General FRANCIS

VENTRIS).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (CLAUD SEVERN).

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the Attorney General, (JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP).

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the Colonial Treasurer, (ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON).

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the Director of Public Works, (WILLIAM CHATHAM, C.M.G.).

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the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX).

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the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER). Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

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Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

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Mr. DAVID LANDALE.

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Mr. LAU CHÜ PAK.

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Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK.

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The Council met pursuant to summons.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 24th February, 1916, were confirmed.

PAPERS. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the following paper :---

Jurors List for 1916.

200

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1916.

No. 158.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

  Regulations made by the Governor in Council under Section 62 (e) and (f) of the Opium Ordinance, 1914, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1914), this 20th day of April, 1916.

The Regulations made by the Governor in Council under Section 62 (e) and (f) of the Opium Ordinance, 1914, and published in the Gazette of the 5th February, 1916, Notification No. 43, are hereby amended as follows:

1. In Clause No. 2 the rate of sale for Kamshan Opium shall be at the rate of

$37 a tin instead of $35 a tin.

2. In Clause No. 3 the rate of sale of Hongkong Opium shall be $12 a tael

instead of $11.50 a tael.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

20th April, 1916.

No. 159.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 2.

WEDNESDAY, 1ST MARCH, 19.16.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY, K.C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General FRANCIS

VENTRIS).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (CLAUD SEVERN).

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the Attorney General, (JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP).

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the Colonial Treasurer, (ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON).

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the Director of Public Works, (WILLIAM CHATHAM, C.M.G.).

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the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX).

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the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER). Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

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Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

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Mr. DAVID LANDALE.

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Mr. LAU CHÜ PAK.

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Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK.

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The Council met pursuant to summons.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 24th February, 1916, were confirmed.

PAPERS. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the following paper :---

Jurors List for 1916.

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201

REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.--The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the Report of the Finance Committee (No. 1), dated the 24th February, 1916, and moved its adoption.

The Colonial Treasurer seconded. Question-put and agreed to.

RESOLUTION. His Excellency the Governor addressed the Council and moved the following Resolution with the addition of the words "stored in a general bonded or licensed warehouse" after the word "liquors" in the first line of the first paragraph and after the word "spirits" in the second line of the second last paragraph respectively:-

Resolved that there shall be paid upon intoxicating liquors imported into, distilled, made, or

prepared in the Colony the duties following; namely:-

On all brandy and liqueurs,

On all whisky, gin, rum, and other spirituous liquors,

On all champagnes and other sparkling wines,

On all port, sherry, and madeira,

On all other still wines in bottle,

On all other still wines in wood,

$6.00 per gallon.

$4.00 per gallon. $4.00 per gallon. $3.00 per gallon.

$2.00 per gallon. $1.50 per gallon.

On all other intoxicating liquors excepting spirits of wine

$0.30 per gallon.

On all spirits of wine and arrack,

$4.00 per gallon.

On all native wines and spirits :--

and native wines and spirits,

(a.) $0.40 cents a gallon on the native liquors known as Liu Pun and Sheung

Ching and on the following sweetened, prepared, and medicated wines:

No Mai Tsau, Hak No Mai, Mau Kan, Yuk Lan, Ning Mun Tsau, Tsing Mui, Muk Kwa, Sun Fung, Wu Tau, Shüt Li Tsau, Shan Kat, Lung San Tsau, Tei Kuk, Sam Pin, Tit Ta, Fung Shap, and Wai Shang.

All such liquor shall contain not more than 25% of alcohol by weight. (b.) $0.50 cents a gallon on the native liquor known as Sam Ching, containing

not more than 35% of alcohol by weight.

(c.) $0.60 cents a gallon on the native liquor known as Fa Tsau and on the

following sweetened, prepared, or medicated wines:-

Ng Ka Pei, Mui Kwai Lo, Sz Kwok Kung, Fu Kwat Muk Kwa, Yan

Chan Lo, and Ko Leung Kon.

All such liquor shall contain not more than 45% of alcohol by weight. (d.) $0.80 cents a gallon on the native liquor known as Fan Tsau, if containing 50% or under of alcohol by weight, with the addition of two cents for every one per centum between 50% and 55% of alcohol by weight.

(e.) $1.00 a gallon with the addition of eight cents for every one per centum above 55% of alcohol by weight on any native liquor containing above 55% of alcohol by weight.

(f.) $0.10 cents per gallon on all native liquor distilled in the New Territories, not including New Kowloon and the Island of Cheung Chau, for consump tion in the said Territories.

Further resolved that--

(1.) On native wines and spirits declared or labelled as belonging to any of the above divisions the appropriate duty therein laid down shall be paid except that on any native liquor however declared or labelled found by the Government Analyst or such person as the Governor may from time to time appoint in that behalf to contain more alcohol than is permitted in the division to which it is declared or labelled as belonging there shall be paid the appropriate duty of the division in which the amount of alcohol found has placed it: each division in such case shall represent native liquor of the limit of strength in alcohol therein stated and irrespective of any definition or descrip- tion of such liquor, and on any native wines and spirits not declared or labelled as belonging to any division there shall be paid the duty appropriate to the division in which the amount of alcohol found by the Government Analyst or such person as the Governor may from time to time appoint on that behalf has placed it.

(2.) Stills in the New Territories (not including New Kowloon and the Island of Cheung Chau) shall be prohibited from sending liquor produced in these stills to Hongkong or to New Kowloon : provided that any licensee of a distillery who desires to send such liquor to Hongkong or New Kowloon may be granted a permit to do so, upon payment of the duties charged in Hongkong or New Kowloon.

(3.) On intoxicating liquors, other than spirits of wine, arrack, and native wines and spirits, imported into, distilled, made, or prepared in the Colony above the strength of 18° under proof there shall be paid an additional duty of 6 cents for every degree above such strength in the case of brandy, and of 5 cents for every degree above such strength in the case of any other liquor.

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The Resolution made by the Legislative Council under the provisions of Section 3 (1) of the Liquors Ordinance, 1909. on the 16th day of March, 1911, (published in the Govern- ment Gazette of the 17th day of March, 1911, Government Notification No. 769, and on pages 288 and 289 of the "Regulations of Hongkong, 1914,"), is hereby cancelled.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

On the motion of the Attorney General it was agreed that the words "at the date of the passing of this resolution" be inserted after the word "warehouse in the amend- ments moved by His Excellency the Governor.

Question-put and agreed to.

FALSE PASSPORTS AND SUSPECTED PERSONS BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to prevent the use of false passports, and to confer on the Governor-in-Council power to order the internment of certain suspected persons.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

   On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee without amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.--The Council then adjourned sine die.

Read and confirmed this 20th day of April, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY, Governor.

No. 160. His Majesty the King has not been advised to exercise his power of dis- allowance with respect to the following Ordinances :----

Ordinance No. 31 of 1915.-An Ordinance to amend the law relating to com-

panies.

Ordinance No. 34 of 1915.--An Ordinance to amend further the Tramway Ordi-

nance, 1902.

Ordinance No. 35 of 1915.-An Ordinance to amend the Deportation Ordinances,

1912-1914.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

19th April, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

   No. 161. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant FRANCIS JOHN KINCHIN SMITH, King's Own Shropshire Light Infantry, to be his Aide-de- Camp in addition to his military duties, with effect from this date.

17th April, 1916.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1916.

The Resolution made by the Legislative Council under the provisions of Section 3 (1) of the Liquors Ordinance, 1909. on the 16th day of March, 1911, (published in the Govern- ment Gazette of the 17th day of March, 1911, Government Notification No. 769, and on pages 288 and 289 of the "Regulations of Hongkong, 1914,"), is hereby cancelled.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

On the motion of the Attorney General it was agreed that the words "at the date of the passing of this resolution" be inserted after the word "warehouse in the amend- ments moved by His Excellency the Governor.

Question-put and agreed to.

FALSE PASSPORTS AND SUSPECTED PERSONS BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to prevent the use of false passports, and to confer on the Governor-in-Council power to order the internment of certain suspected persons.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

   On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee without amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.--The Council then adjourned sine die.

Read and confirmed this 20th day of April, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY, Governor.

No. 160. His Majesty the King has not been advised to exercise his power of dis- allowance with respect to the following Ordinances :----

Ordinance No. 31 of 1915.-An Ordinance to amend the law relating to com-

panies.

Ordinance No. 34 of 1915.--An Ordinance to amend further the Tramway Ordi-

nance, 1902.

Ordinance No. 35 of 1915.-An Ordinance to amend the Deportation Ordinances,

1912-1914.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

19th April, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

   No. 161. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant FRANCIS JOHN KINCHIN SMITH, King's Own Shropshire Light Infantry, to be his Aide-de- Camp in addition to his military duties, with effect from this date.

17th April, 1916.

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No. 162. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ARTHUR TURNER to be a Member of the Authorised Architects' Committee during the absence on leave of Mr. HERBERT WILLIAM BIRD or until further notice.

18th April, 1916.

No. 163. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ROLAND ARTHUR CHARLIE NORTH to be a Magistrate during the absence on leave of Mr. GEORGE ALBERT WOODCOCK or until further notice, with effect from this date.

20th April, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 164. The following list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general information.

20th April, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY AMENDMENT ACT, 1916.

  Orders have been made by the Board of Trade requiring the undermentioned busi- nesses to be wound up :-

1. Eckhardt Bendorf and Peine, 93, Spencer Street, Birmingham. Controller: James Walter Gibson Hill, Sun Chambers, 9, Bennetts Hill, Birmingham. 24th February, 1916.

2. Schaffer Hahn and Behrens, 28, Ludgate Hill, Birmingham. Controller: James Stuart Milligan, 39, Waterloo Street, Birmingham. 24th February, 1916.

3. Hermann Spitz, Alexander Shed, Parsonage Road, Bradford. Controller: John Hartley Blackburn, Commercial Bank Buildings, Bradford. 24th February, 1916.

Controller: George

4. A. Schulten and Co., 12; Crossland Street, Bradford. Controller:

Walker Halifax, Commercial Bank Chambers, Bradford.. 24th February, 1916.

5. M. J. Oppenheimer, 88A, Leadenhall Street, E.C. Controller: Arthur Charles Bourner, Bush Lane House, Cannon Street, E.C. 24th February, 1916.

6. C. S. Toms and Weisters, 7 and 8, Lilypot Lane, E.C. Controller: Alexander

Alfred Yeatman, 2, Coleman Street, E.C. 24th February, 1916.

7. Lochner and Horkheimer, 10, Golden Square, W. Controller: Sidney John

Field, 17, Shaftesbury Avenue, W. 24th February, 1916. ́

8. Johann Faber, Ltd., 12, Lovells Court, London, E.C. Controller: John Cooper, Capel House, 54, New Broad Street, E.C. 24th February, 1916. 9. A. W. Faber, 149, Queen Victoria Street, and 236, Upper Thames Street, London, E.C. Controller: Sidney J. Field, 17, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W. 24th February, 1916.

10. Stollwerck Brothers, Ltd., 14/18, Nile Street, City Road, London, N. Con- troller: Charles J. Fox, 45, London Wall, London, E.C. 24th February, 1916.

11. Aerated Candy Co., Ltd., Tramway Avenue, Broadway, Stratford, London, E. Controller: J. H. Stephens, 6, Clements Lane, Lombard Street, E.C. 24th February, 1916.

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SECRETARIAT FOR CHINESE ÁFEATRS.

No. 165. List of. Exempted and Registered Societies published under Section 5 of the Societies Ordinance, 1911, (Ordinance No. 47 of 1911).

20th April, 1916.

I. List of Exempted Societies.

Social Clubs.,

Non-Chinese.

E. R. HALLIFAX,

Registrar of Societies.

Anjuman Islamia.

Loyal Orange Lodge 802 Star of the East (previously gazetted as Loyal

Orange Institution of England).

Mutual Co-operation Club.

Nippon Club.

Parsee Church and Club.

Royal Black Preceptory 801 "Eastern Star".

St. Joseph's College Association.

Taikoo Club.

Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association.

Zoroastrian Club.

Chinese.

Chinese Circulating Library 中華書報傳閱會

Chinese Club 華商會所

Chung Wo Pit Sui 中和別墅

Han King Club 閒鏡(previously gazetted as Hang King 行景)

Hin Yik Club 謙益公司

·Hing Kee 慶記

Hon Sheung Pit Sui 漢商別墅

Hung Yu Shu Shat 鴻儒書室.

Keng Chün Club 景泉

King Yi景宜

Ki Yung 寄墉

Kui Ho居可(previously gazetted as Yuk Kee 毓奇)

Kwan Hing Hong To Wui Sho 羣興航道會所

Kwong Yik Club 廣益

Lán Suat 蘭室

Long Wan Club 郎環

Lun Yee Kok 聯義閣

Man Chow 萬洲

Man Han

·

Man Meng Club 文明

Man Yuen 文園

Ngai Yuen 藝苑

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1916.

Ngau Yin 偶然

Pat Chi Club 弼志室書.

Sang Kee 生記

Sau Shek Shan Fong漱石山房

Shiu Kei Chan

(previously gazetted as Shiu Kei X AL).

Sui Wa Shu Shat 瑞華書室

Sui Yee Shan Fong 萃義山房

Tai Yuk Hok Hau, Hongkong 香港體育學校

Tam Un談苑

Tsung Nga 從雅

Wan Lam Club 雲林

Wing Lok 永樂

Wing On 永安.

Wing Wo Shu Shat 永和書室(previously gazetted as Wing Wo 永和)..

Wui Tung Kong U 會同港寓

Yan Hung Sin Chu 印紅小住

Yat Tsui 逸趣.

Yau Kee 游寄

Yee Yee Club 怡怡公司

Yik Chi 易智

Yik Lan Club亦蘭會館

Yu Kee 裕記

Yue On 遇安.

Chess.

Sport.

Non-Chinese,

Hongkong Chess Club.

Cricket.

Craigengower Cricket Club.

Hongkong Civil Service Cricket Club.

Hongkong Cricket Club.

Hongkong Cricket League.

Kowloon Cricket Club.

Football.

Hongkong Football Association.

Hongkong Football Club.

Kowloon Dock Junior Football Club.

Hockey.

Hongkong Hockey Club.

Miscellaneous.

Hongkong Amateur Dramatic Club.

Hongkong Gun Club.

Hongkong Gymkhana Club,

Hongkong Jockey Club.

Hongkong Lawn Bowls League.

Hongkong Philharmonic Society.

Hongkong St. Andrew's Society.

Jewish Recreation Club.

Juvenile Society.

Kowloon Bowling Green Club.

Ladies' Recreation Club.

Lusitano Recreation Club,

Moslem Recreation Club.

Olympic Tennis Club.

Polo Club, Hongkong.

"Roberts" Rifle Club of Hongkong.

Sociedade Philarmonica.

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Victoria Clay Pigeon Club.

Victoria Recreation Club.

Wigwam Tennis Club.

Young Men's Sporting Union.

Yachting.

Hongkong Corinthian Yacht Club.

Chinese.

i

Chinese Recreation Club, Hongkong #**&.

Hongkong University Union.

Vanguard Club ‡ (previously gazetted as Vanguard Tennis Club).

Religious or Charitable.

Non-Chinese.

Apostleship of Prayer, Catholic Union Club.

Apostleship of Prayer, Rosary Church.

Apostleship of Prayer, St. Francis Charch.

Benevolent Society.

Catholic Ladies' Library.

Catholic Union.

Catholic Women's League.

Confraria de Nosso Senhor dos Passos (previously gazetted as Our Lord

of Passos).

Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament.

First Church of Christ Scientist of Hongkong (previously gazetted as

Christian Science Society of Hongkong).

Hongkong Islamic Union.

Hongkong and New Territories Evangelisation Society.

Hongkong Society for the prevention of cruelty to animals.

Ministering League (previously gazetted as Ministering Children's League)

Sailors' Home, Hongkong.

Saint John's Ambulance Association.

St. Patrick's Club.

St. Raphael's Society.

Seamen's Institute.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul.

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home.

Women's Institute to be known later as "Helena May Institute for Women

(previously gazetted as Young Women's Christian Association).

Young Men's Christian Association.

Young People's Society of Christian Endeavour.

Chinese.

Association for the Advancement of Education.

Chinese Central Young Men's Christian Association of Hongkong

(previously gazetted as Chinese Young Men's Christian Association

華人基督青年會).

Chinese Public Dispensaries 公立醫局

Chung Kwok Kee Tuk To Wai

*#.

★¤œ

Confucian Society 孔墨會

Ellis Kadoorie Chinese Schools Society

Fan Hing Wui (Christian Endeavour Society), St. Stephen's College

聖士提反書室奮興會

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Kowloon Branch of the Pui To Lun Oi 九龍區域培道聯愛支會

Pui To Lun Oi Wui 培道聯愛會

St. Joseph's Chinese Society.

Tung Chai Siu Ui 同濟善會

Youngsters' Moral Association

Trade Guilds and Societies.

China Coast Officers' Guild.

Non-Chinese.

Institution of Engineers and Ship Builders.

Chinese.

207

Masters.

*Builders and Plasterers Guild, Nai Shui Kung Ip Hong Kwong Yi

Tong: 坭水工業行廣義堂(previously gazetted as

Bricklayers Guild, Kwong Yi Tong).

Builders Association

(previously gazetted as

Contractors Guild, Kin Cho Yin Kau Sho†).

Business Association of the Commission Agents Guild

九八行商業會所(previously gazetted as Commission Agents Guild 九八行)

Coppersmith Masters Guild, Tung Hing Tong Rn.

Dried Fruit Guild, King Kwo Hong⭑6

Drug Dealers Guild, Man Wo Cheung

06.

Dyeing Materials Masters Guild, Tung Chi Tong

DF.

Foreign Goods Import and Export Guild 普益商會 出入口 (previously gazetted as 協益商會)

·

Fruit and Vegetable Guild, Kung Mau Tong A*

General Merchants Guild Club

AH (previously

gazetted as General Merchants Guild.

Ginseng Guild 參茸行

Hongkong Kwong Shiu Hak Chan Hong (Guild) Kwong Lun Club 香港廣肇客棧行廣聯公司 (previously gazetted

as Hotel Guild, Kwong Lun Kung Sz

客棧行)

Hongkong Money Dealers Guild 香港銀業行商會(Pre-

viously gazetted as Bankers Guild, Chinese

17.

Hongkong Pawnbrokers Guild Commercial Association #

### (previously gazetted as Pawnbrokers Guild 當押行

Kei Han Wui Sho Employers' Guild for supply of coal coolies 承辦煤炭咕哩工程東家行寄閒會所(previously gazetted as Coal Contractors Guild, Kei Han

東家行

#

Kung Wo Tong of the Rattan Dealers (Masters and Employers)

Guild

(previously gazetted as Rattan Guild, Kung

Wo Tong公和堂

* Lun On Association of the Wai Chow Boarding House Guild

(Assisted Emigrants) 香港惠州新客棧行聯安社

(previously gazetted as Hakka Boarding Houses Guild, Lun On She 聯安社).

Marine Delicacy Guild, Kung Hing Tong A

Matting Packers Guild (previously gazetted as Matbag Packers

Masters Guild, Yi On Tong 貽安堂蒲苞行

*Includes workmen as well.

...

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Painters Guild:

* Tsoi Chi Tong 彩致堂油漆行

Pig Dealers Guild, Wholesale, Tung On She ́· Poulterers Guild, Wing Shang Tong.

Rattan Chair Makers Guild, Wing Yip Tong 1.

Rice Guild 米行

Salt Fish Wholesale Dealers Guild, Lun Yik She

Sandalwood Masters Guild, Hop Wo Kung Sz

Sea Fish Dealers Guild 鮮魚行

n

FT.

Silk and Satin and Piece Goods Guild 香港疋頭調級行

(previously gazetted as Piece Goods Dealers Guild

疋頭行)

Society for the Study of Photography 照像美術研究所

Stonecutters Employers Guild, Wing Shing Tong B☀ (previously gazetted as Mason (Master Mason Guild) Wing

Shing Tong 永勝堂

Tsui Li Tong

Guild 叙理堂)

(previously gazetted as Compradores

Tsui Yin Tong (previously gazetted as Opium Guild

鴉片行)

Tung Yik Society of Gold and Silver Smith A

研究社

Wa On Club i.e. Californian Merchants Hong FM

金山行)

(previously gazetted as Californian Merchants Guild

* Washermen's Employers and Employees Guild A±‡G

(previously gazetted as Washermen's Guild at Wanchai,

Lun Hop 聯合).

* Washermen's Guild, Lun Tsui Tong

R.

Wei On Association of the Hongkong and Wai Chow Boarding

Houses 香港惠州客棧行惠安社 (previously gazetted as

Hakka Boarding Houses Guild, Wei On She

Yi On Association of the Hongkong Ka Shuk Hak Chan Guild 香港嘉屬客棧行義安社 (previously gazetted as Hakka

Workmen.

Boarding House Guild Yi On She義安社‧

Brass-smith Guild, Kam Shing Tong

Brass-smith Workmen's Guilds :-

Fuk Shing Tong復成堂

Hop Ying Tong合英堂 Shan Yuk Toug慎玉堂

Tung Hing Tong 同慶堂 Tung Yi Tong 同義堂

Wui Yi Tong 會義堂

B±Ð ́

Carpenters Guild, Kwong Yuet Tong £*EF

Coopers Guild, Kwong Lun Tong.

Eating House Employees' Guilds :---

Hip On 茶麵酒菜西家外寓協安

Kung On Kun 公安館

Lun Hing Ngoi Yne 聯興外寓茶麵酒菜西家行

Gardeners' Club, Wo Fat Shang 和發生園工外寓

Hongkong Ping On Club

(previously gazetted

as Californian Hongs' Employees, Ping On Guild Hall #

公所).

* Includes workmen as well.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1916.

Masons (Men's Guild)

Hip Shing Tong 協勝堂

King Shing Tong

(previously gazetted as Cheung

King Shing Tong 張勝堂).

Li Lun Shing Tong

Lun Fat Tong 聯發堂

Lun Yi Tong 聯義堂

Tsang Lun Shing Tong 會聯盛堂

Mat Packers Guild, Kwong Shin Tong * * * * #

Min Yik Kung Wai

4 (previously gazetted as Cotton

Yarn Guild, Shun Yi Tong).

Pig-buyers Guild, Hop Shing Kung Sz✩ 4 ·

Restaurant Employees Guild :-

Shan Yue Tong 慎餘堂

Yik On Tong 亦安堂

Sandalwood Men's Guild, Tsin Yik

Sawyers Guild :-

Fuk Wo Tseung 復和祥

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Hip Wo Tseung 協和祥

Shipwrights Association 船藝學

(previously gazetted as

Ship Builders for Hongkong and Yanmati, Shun Ngai Hok Shuk 船藝學塾)

Tailors Guild, Sai Fuk Tong

Tea Boxes or New Boxes Makers Guild, Lun Shing Tong

Tea House Guild :-

Hin Yi顯義堂

Hung Tai鴻泰 Lok Yi樂義堂

Tinsmith, Lun Tak Tong

Wing Tsun Kung Sz 永存公司

Yu On Wing

(previously gazetted as Ginseng Workmen's

Guild, Tsui Lok叙樂洋參西家行)

General Merchants' Association.

Non-Chinese,

Association of Exporters and Dealers of Hongkong.

Fire Insurance Association of Hongkong.

Hongkong General Chamber of Commerce,

Marine Insurance Association of Hongkong,

National Union of Journalists (England) Hongkong Branch.

Chinese.

Hunghom Commercial and Industrial Association II.

Miscellaneous.

British Medical Association, Hongkong China Branch,

China Association, Hongkong Branch.

Cheng Yee Tat Tong 鄭怡達堂

City Hall.

Hongkong Amateur Athletic Federation.

Hongkong Baden Powell Boy Scouts Association.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1916.

Hongkong Horticultural Society.

Hongkong "Odd Volumes " Library, Scientific and Debating Society.

Man Shang Shat Tsun Wu (The Livelihood Practical Improvement

Society 民生實進會

Naval League, Hongkong Branch.

Royal Naval Canteen

Royal Sanitary Institute, Hongkong and South China Branch (pre-

viously gazetted as Sanitary Institute Hongkong Branch).

Society for the suppression of promiscuous spitting in public places. Society of Accountants and Auditors in Hongkong.

St. Joseph's College Troop of Baden Powell Boy Scouts.

Wa Yan Hat Sho In Kau Wai (Chinese Accounts Auditing Investiga-

tion Society 華人核數研究會

II. List of Registered Societies.

Social Clubs..

Chinese,

Heung Yu 香寓

Kowloon Ching Ching Kuk Ngoi Yu 九龍清淨局外寓

Lam Shut 廪實

Lin Man Hing Tong Club 廖萬興堂會館

Ming Han 名間

Ping Ki Club 萍寄公司

Sam Yu 三餘

Sheung Shun 尙信

Sik Yu 惜餘

Tung Lok Pit Sui 同樂別墅

Wa On 華安:

Wing Han 詠閒

Yat Lo逸廬

Yau Sik Chiu Toi Kun 休息招待館

Religious or Charitable.

Chinese.

American Pentecostal Mission.

Hongkong Pentecostal Mission 香港五旬節傳道會

Barbers Guild

:

Trade Guilds and Societies

Chinese.

The Hongkong Wan Yin Society **** 香港理鬚同業 煥然工社.

Chinese Engineering Investigation Chief Association, Hongkong

香港中國機器研究總會

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Chinese Type-setters and Compositors Branch Association

業 公益分社

Hongkong Wicker-work rattan grass and hemp furniture manufac-

turers Guild, The Wing Hing Tong UK

Keng Yuen Branch Association 景源分社

Mat Makers Guild :-

Lan Yi Shut 蘭義室

Matshed Builders Employees Guild, San Tung King Tong

新同敬堂

Rattan Employees Guild, Yan Yi Tong 仁義堂沙籐西家行

Rattan Guilds:

Chang Sun Tong忠信堂

Tsap Ying Toug集英堂

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District Societies.

Chinese.

Chu Kong Po On Sheung Wni (Po On Commercial

Association in Hongkong).

Chu Kong Tung Kun Hop Yap Chung Sheung Wai

S

HET (General Commercial Association of Tung Kun Merchants resident in Hongkong).

Heung Yap Kiu Sheung Wui Sho 香邑僑商會所 (Heung

Shan District resident Merchants' Association).

Hongkong Sz Yap Sheung Kung Chung Kuk 香港四邑商工總局 Lui Kong Fa Yap Sheung Kang Wui Sho 旅港花邑商工會所

(Industrial and Commercial Association of natives of Fa Yueu resident in Hongkong).

Lui Kong Hok Shan. Sheung Wui (Hok Shan

District Association).

Lui Kong Nam Hoi Kau Kong Chan Sheung Mo Kuk

A

♬ (Nam Hoi Kau Kong Industrial Associa-

tion of residents in Hongkong). Ini Kong Pan Yap Wa Kiu Kung Sheung Kung Shoe #IA (Pun Yu District Industrial and Com- mercial Association of residents in Hongkong).

Lui Kong Sam Shui Sheung Kung Mo Kuk 旅港三水商工務局 (Commercial and Industrial Association of natives of Sam Shui resident in Hongkong).

Lui Kong Wan Nam Sheung Wui (Commercial

Society of Yunnan Merchants in Hongkong),

Nam Yap Kiu Sheung Lok Shin Kung Kuk** A(Charitable Association of Namhoi residents abroad).

Pat Yap Flood Relief Association in HongkongЛë

公所

San Ning District Society 香港新寕商務公所

San Wui Sheung Mo Kang Sho

Merchants' Association)

Shun Yap Lui Kong Sheang Mo Kuk

MBAH (San Wui

(Association of Shun Tak Merchants resident in Hongkong).

Tsang Shing District Soviety 后港增城邑商會

Tsing Yuen Kin Kong Kung Wui

46 (Associa' ion

of Natives of Tsing Yuen resident in Hongkong). Wai Chan Commercial Association in Hongkong

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Dramatic Societies.

Ching Ping Lok 清平樂

Keng Fei Toi 鏡非臺

Chinese.

Lam Long Dramatic Association 琳琅幻境

Tat Kun Lok She 達觀樂社

General Merchants' Associ t'on.

Chinese.

Chinese General Chamber of Commerce 香港華商總會

No. 166.-Financial Statement for the month of January, 1916,

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

Debit Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 31st December, 1915,.$ Revenue from 1st to 31st January, 1916,

Expenditure from 1st to 31st January, 1916,

Balance,......

TREASURY.

452,686.84 1,305,658.48

852,971.64

784,961.82

68,009.82

Assets and Liabilities on the 31st January, 1916.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

$

C.

Deposits not Available, House Service Account,

463,431.44

Subsidiary Coins,

7,121.86

Advances,

1,082,951.72

97,062.55

Drafts on Crown Agents,

916,710,88

Imprest,

87,169.00

Postal Agencies,

Overdraft, Bank,

4,239.58 1,372,463.06

Crown Agents' Deposit Account,

1,189,565.21

Unallocated Stores, (P.W.D.),

300,524.14

Unallocated Stores, (Railway),

115,958.09

Suspense Account,.

755.03

Total Liabilities.....

2,763,971.82

Crown Agents' Current Account,... Exchange,..

7,973.26

22.64

Balance,.......

68,009.82

TOTAL,...

$2,831,981.64

TOTAL....................

2,831,981.64

E. D. C. WOLFE, Treasurer.

13th April, 1916.

SUPREME Court.

No. 167.It is hereby notified for general information that, in addition to those already notified, the following person, having made application to be appointed auditor for the purposes of the Companies Ordinances, 1911-1915, is in my opinion qualified to perform the duties required by the said Ordinances to be performed by an auditor so far only as concerns the auditing of Chinese books and the books required to be kept in English under the proviso to Section 9 of the Companies Amendment Ordinance, 1913:-

LÀM CHO HẠNG.

20th Apri', 1916.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

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Dramatic Societies.

Ching Ping Lok 清平樂

Keng Fei Toi 鏡非臺

Chinese.

Lam Long Dramatic Association 琳琅幻境

Tat Kun Lok She 達觀樂社

General Merchants' Associ t'on.

Chinese.

Chinese General Chamber of Commerce 香港華商總會

No. 166.-Financial Statement for the month of January, 1916,

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

Debit Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 31st December, 1915,.$ Revenue from 1st to 31st January, 1916,

Expenditure from 1st to 31st January, 1916,

Balance,......

TREASURY.

452,686.84 1,305,658.48

852,971.64

784,961.82

68,009.82

Assets and Liabilities on the 31st January, 1916.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

$

C.

Deposits not Available, House Service Account,

463,431.44

Subsidiary Coins,

7,121.86

Advances,

1,082,951.72

97,062.55

Drafts on Crown Agents,

916,710,88

Imprest,

87,169.00

Postal Agencies,

Overdraft, Bank,

4,239.58 1,372,463.06

Crown Agents' Deposit Account,

1,189,565.21

Unallocated Stores, (P.W.D.),

300,524.14

Unallocated Stores, (Railway),

115,958.09

Suspense Account,.

755.03

Total Liabilities.....

2,763,971.82

Crown Agents' Current Account,... Exchange,..

7,973.26

22.64

Balance,.......

68,009.82

TOTAL,...

$2,831,981.64

TOTAL....................

2,831,981.64

E. D. C. WOLFE, Treasurer.

13th April, 1916.

SUPREME Court.

No. 167.It is hereby notified for general information that, in addition to those already notified, the following person, having made application to be appointed auditor for the purposes of the Companies Ordinances, 1911-1915, is in my opinion qualified to perform the duties required by the said Ordinances to be performed by an auditor so far only as concerns the auditing of Chinese books and the books required to be kept in English under the proviso to Section 9 of the Companies Amendment Ordinance, 1913:-

LÀM CHO HẠNG.

20th Apri', 1916.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

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PROCLAMATIONS.

PROHIBITING TRADING WITH CERTAIN PERSONS AND BODIES OF PERSONS OF ENEMY

NATIONALITY OR ENEMY ASSOCIATIONS. -

[L.S.]

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

   By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same :

   Whereas by the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, it is enacted that the Governor in Council may by Proclamation prohibit all persons or bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, resident, carrying on business, or being in the Colony of Hongkong from trading with any persons or bodies of persons even though not resident or carrying on business in enemy territory or in territory in the occupation of the enemy (other than persons or bodies of persons, incorporated or unin- corporated, residing or carrying on business solely within His Majesty's Dominions) wherever by reason of the enemy nationality or enemy association of such persons or bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, it appears to him expedient so to do.

   And whereas it appears to me expedient to prohibit all persons or bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, resident, carrying on business, or being in the Colony of Hongkong from trading with any of the persons or bodies of persons mentioned in the list hereunder written, by reason of the enemy nationality or enemy association of such last-mentioned persons or bodies of persons:

Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same have thought fit by and with the advice of the Executive Council of this Colony and in virtue and exercise of the aforesaid powers to issue this Proclamation declaring and it is hereby declared as follows:--

   1. All persons or bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, resident, carry- ing on business, or being in the Colony of Hongkong are hereby prohibited from trading with any of the persons or bodies of persons. mentioned in the list hereunder written, which list, with such variations therein or additions thereto as may be made by any Order made under this Ordinance, shall be called, and is hereinafter referred to as, the "Statutory List".

   2. For the purposes of this Proclamation a person shall be deemed to have traded with a person or body of persons mentioned in the Statutory List if he enters into any transaction or does any act with, to, on behalf of, or for the benefit of, any such person or body of persons which if entered into or done with, to, on behalf of, or for the benefit of, an enemy would be trading with the enemy, and accordingly His Majesty's Proclama- tion relating to Trading with the Enemy, of the ninth day of September, nineteen hun- dred and fourteen, as amended by any subsequent Proclamation of His Majesty, shall apply with respect to the persons or bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List as if for references in such Proclamations to enemies there were substituted references to the persons and bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List, and for references to the dates of the said Proclamations, and the outbreak of war, there were substituted references to the date of this Proclamation or in respect of any person or body of persons hereafter added to the Statutory List the date of the Order adding him or them to the Statutory List.

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   3. The provisions of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinances, 1914-1915, and of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, and all other enactments relating to Tra- ding with the Enemy, shall, subject to such exceptions and adaptations as are prescribed by Order in Council of even date herewith or as may be prescribed by any Order in Council hereafter to be issued, apply in respect of the persons and bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List, as if for references in such enactments to trading with the enemy there were substituted references to trading with the persons and bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List, and for references to enemies there were substi- tuted references to the persons and bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List, and for references to offences under the Trading with the Enemy Ordinances, 1914-1915, or the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, or any of those Ordinances, there were substituted references to offences under the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916.

4. Nothing in this Proclamation shall be taken to prohibit :-

(a.) Any person or body of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, resident, carrying on business, or being in the Colony of Hongkong who is engaged in any neutral country in the business of insurance from carrying on such business with or through the agency of any of the persons or bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List;

(b.) Any person or body of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, resident, carrying on business, or being in the Colony of Hongkong who is engaged in working any Railway or other service of Public Utility in any neutral country under any Charter, Grant, or Concession made by the Government of, or by any Provincial or Municipal Authority in, any such country from trading with any of the persons or bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List, so far only as is necessary to enable the person or body of persons engaged in working such Railway or other service of Public Utility to comply with or fulfil the obligations or conditions of the Charter, Grant, or Concession under which the work- ing of the Railway or other service of Public Utility is carried on; or (e.) Any person or body of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, resident, carrying on business, or being in the Colony of Hongkong from entering into any transaction or doing any act which shall be permitted by His Majesty's Licence or by any Licence given on His Majesty's behalf by a Secretary of State or by any person authorized in that behalf by a Secre- tary of State or by me, whether such Licence be specially granted to an individual or be announced as applying to classes of persons.

   5. This Proclamation shall be called "The Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Coun- tries) Proclamation, Hongkong, 1916."

Antovitch, Pierre, Chios.

Statutory List.

GREECE.

Back, Karl, Athens, 13 rue de l'Université.

Bensussan, D., Piraeus.

Block, Eugene, Piraeus.

Damas, Constantine, Calamata.

Defner & Edelmann, Athens.

Goldstein, Albert, Volo.

Gromann, George, Athens.

Hampartchoumian, Aram, Athens and Manchester.

Harr, Gustave, St. Theodore Square, Athens.

Heidmann, Hans, Salonica.

Hoffmann, Alfred, Piraeus.

Koenig, I. & H. & Co., Athens.

Kouremetis, Michael, Athens and Calymnos.

Kouremetis, Pandelis, Athens and Calymnos.

Kruger, Max, Canea.

Kruger, Richard, Canea.

Michaelides & Milch, Panghion Hotel, Athens and Piraeus.

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Ornstein, Doctor Otto, Chios.

Schiffel, Helmuth, Volo.

Seefelder & Co., Salonica. Stringos, George, Piraeus. Weber, Karl, Athens.

Wein, Jacob, Canea.

Zahn, Henry, Calamata.

Abdeluhab Asharuel, Arzila.

MOROCCO.*

Abdelwahab Tazzi (Tazi), Laraiche.

Abdeslam El Amri Zailachi, Laraiche.

Abdeslam el Hossein, Tetuan.

Abdeslam Harrak, Alcazar.

Abithol Moses & Sons, Laraiche.

Ali ben el Hadj, Arzila.

Allah Boujnah, Alcazar.

Amar, Mesod J., Laraiche.

Benchimoni, Abraham, Alcazar.

Beniflah, Elias, Laraiche.

Beniflah, Judah M., Laraiche.

Benros, Isaac, Laraiche.

Bensabat, Jacob, Laraiche.

Bensheton, Moses, Laraiche. Brandt & Toel, Marrakash.

Cohen, Simon & David, Laraiche. Cohen, Simon & Joseph, Laraiche. El Ayashi el Bakkali, Arzila. Eljarret, Saloman, Laraiche. Essoudry, Samuel, Laraiche.

Hadj Mailoud el Soussi, Laraiche.

Hadj Mohamed Ben Abdullah, Alcazar.

Hemed Ben El Hashmi, Arzila.

Hemed El Mzanzi, Laraiche.

Houssain El Soussi, Laraiche.

Huss, Reichardt (Ricardo), Arzila.

Kell, J., & Co., Laraiche.

Mohammed Bakkali, Tetuan.

Mohammed Ben el Hashmi, Arzila.

Mohammed Ben el Sherti, Arzila

Mohammed Ben Hisu, Arzila.

Mohammed Berrada (Ahmed Berrada), Alcazar.

Mohammed el Hababi, Laraiche.

Mohammed el Mudden, Tetuan.

Mohammed Lazrac, Alcazar.

Mohammed Lebady, Tetuan.

Mohammed Sherti, Tetuan.

Mohammed Sid Mokhtar, Arzila. Mokluf, Sabbag & Co., Laraiche.

Morvusef, Fortunate S., Laraiche. Mose el Jarrat, Alcazar. Muyal, Isaac & M., Laraiche. Oldenburg Line.

Pariente, Hermanos, Laraiche.

Pariente, Moses J., Laraiche.

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Renschausen, A., & Co., Laraiche.

Rohner, Werner, Laraiche.

Saeger & Woerner, Laraiche.

Steinkampf, H., Alcazar.

Taib Mohammed, Tetuan.

Tornow, Max, & Son, Tetuan.

Ulad Sid Mokhtar, Arzila.

NETHERLANDS.

:

Aker, P., Andijk.

Algemeen (N.V.) Commissie Handels Bureau, Nieuwe Uitleg 6, The Hague. Asteroth, Friedr., Rotterdam.

Bacher, August, & Sons, Wijnhaven Z.Z. 108, Rotterdam.

Böcker, L., & Co., Postbus 78 & Boompjes 39A, Rotterdam.

Bakker, S. W., Ymuiden.

Börner, C. A. A., 30 Nicolas Witsenkade, Amsterdam.

Bosnak, Gebroeders, Neuwe Heerengracht, Amsterdam.

Brands, Th. E., Rokin 95, Amsterdam.

Brasch & Rothenstein, Heeringr 320, Amsterdam, and Boompjas 40, Rotterdam Chirurgische Instrumentenfabriek (v/h Loth & Stopler), Trans L., Utrecht. Cohen-Goldschmidt, Oldenzaal, Holland.

De Poorter, Joseph, Veerkade 83, Rotterdam. Deventer Glas Maatschappij (N.V.), Deventer.

Drost, Robert, Terneuzen.

Drukkerij (N.V.), v/h Henri Berger, Bois De Duc, Holland.

Duncan Doring, E., & Co. (now. Weinberg, F., & Co.), 51-3 Coolsingel, Rotterdam. Elberfelder Handels and Export Co., N.E. Voorburgwal 58/60, and Spuistr

31/33, Amsterdam.

Erdman & Hethey, Amsterdam.

Frankfurter, A. G. für Rhein & Main Schiffahrt, Rotterdam.

Goldstück-Hainze & Co., Amsterdam.

Hanno, Heinrich, Nieuwland 4, Rotterdam.

Itschert & Company, Coolsingel 33, Rotterdam. Koch & Co., Transport Gesellschaft, Rotterdam. Koenigsfeld, J. H., Willemskade 20, Rotterdam. 'Kruthoffer & Doll, 8 Veerkade, Rotterdam. Lamm Bros., Weteringschaus 84, Amsterdam. Maier C. C. Act. Gesellschaft, Rotterdam.

Manders, Seeman & Co., Heerengracht 442, Amsterdam.

Mannheimer Lagerhaus Gesellschaft, Pr. Hendrikkade 160A, Postbus 482,

Rotterdam.

Mayer & Co., 38B, Westerstraat, Rotterdam.

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'Metropol " Gasgloeilichtfabriek (Gloeikousjesfabrik), Parkstraat 15, Arnhem.

Mijnbouw Maatschappij Aequator, Thereiastraat 109, The Hague.

Mohrmann, J., & Co., Handels Vereeniging Vordeen, Keistersgr 203, Amsterdam. "Monopol" Gasgloeilichtfabriek, 487 Prinsengracht, Amsterdam.

Nederlandsche Papierhandel, 526 Prinsengracht, Amsterdam.

Neue Karlsruher Schiffahrts Act. Gesellschaft, Rotterdam.

Norden, J., Stationsweg 43, Rotterdam.

Poortershaven Handelsinrichtingen, Rotterdam.

Richter, F. A., & Co., Stationsweg 24, Rotterdam.

Rhein & See Schiffahrts Gesellschaft, Rotterdam.

Rhein & See Speditions Gesellschaft, Rotterdam. "Rhenus" Transport G. m. b. H., Rotterdam.

Roland Transport A. G., Rotterdam.

Schenker & Co., Corlandstr 49-51, Rotterdam.

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Schoers, Karl, Stoomvaart, Maatschappij, Prins Hendrikkade 82, Rotterdam. Schwedersky & Co., 5, Gravendijkwalloo, Rotterdam.

Seiler, F. A., Damrak 49, Amsterdam.

Steenkolen Handelsvereeniging, Boompjes 65 a-b, Rotterdam.

Steinweg, C., Boompjes, Rotterdam.

Strassburger Rheinschiff Gesellschaft, Rotterdam.

Tas, I. J., Ezn, Nienwendijk 197/9, Amsterdam. Transport Kontor "Berglete," Rotterdam.

Utrechteche Handelsvereeniging, Lange Nieuwstr 41, Utrecht. Van Dam, C. W. H. & Co., Mathenesserlaan 235, Rotterdam. Van der Schuijt, J. & A., Maaskade O. Z. 30, Rotterdam. Van Perlstein & Co., Singel 532, Amsterdam.

Verein Spediteur & Schiffer Rheinsch A. G., Rotterdam. Voss & Langen, Pr. Hendrikkade 82A, Rotterdam."

Vulcaan Coal Company, Veerkade 6, Rotterdam.

Vulcaan (N. V.) Handels en Transport Maatschappij, Veerkade 6, Rotterdam. Wambersie & Son, Calandstraat 5, Rotterdam, & de Ruyterkade, Amsterdam. Weinberg, F., & Co., (formerly Duncan Doring E., & Co.), 51-3, Coolsingel,

Rotterdam.

Weismann, Charles, Haagscheveer 35A, Rotterdam.

Würdemann, L., Heerengracht 158, Amsterdam.

Zeitschmann, M., Maasstraat 176, Rotterdam.

Zuid-Hollandsche Elektrische Blikdrukkerj Speelgoed & Emballage Fabriken

Company (J. Norden), 43, Stationsweg, Rotterdam.

Zuid-Hollandsche Gloeikousjesfabriek, Schiedam.

NORWAY.

Bohm, J. M., Christiania.

Broderson, J. (Dental Co.), Christiania.

Bryde, Johan, Sandefjord.

Christiania Filfabrikfile, Christiania.

Dental Co. (J. Broderson), Christiania.

Gimle Oliemolle, Sandefjord.

Gröset, Hans, N. Slotsg 21, Christiania.

Heilmann, A. (Christiania Filbabukfile), Christiania.

Hjelte, Carl, Grand Hotel, Christiania.

Lassen, Carl, St. Strandgt 1, Christiania.

Moller, E. D., Tolbrodgate 3, Christiania.

Motzfeldt & Sanner, Toldbodgt 30, Christiania.

Norsk Elektrokemisk A/S, Toldbodgt 35, Christiania, Kragero and Dalfoss.

Prosch, Carl B., Prinsensgt 23, Christiania.

Rusten, Erik, Sarpsborg.

Staudenmann, Karl, F.O.I., "Box 147," Trondhjem and Kragero.

Usines Electrochemiques de Hafslund, Sarpsborg.

Vendelboe, John and Carl, Prof. Dahlgatan 3, Christiania.

Von Krogh, G. F., Sandefjord.

Wall, Jacob, Prinsengt 23, Christiania.

PORTUGAL.

Adler, Viuva de Hermann, Rua dos Fanqueiros 84, Lisbon.

Allgemeine Elektricitäts Gesellschaft, Lisbon.

Bachhofen, A. & H. Lehrfeld, Rua Nova de S. Domingos 22, Lisbon.

Bayer, F., & Co., 139, Rua das Flores, Oporto.

Breymann, A. von, Madeira.

Brucher, Ch. Commandita, 295, Rua de Cedofeita, Oporto./

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Burmeister, J., Rua do Arco Bandeira 39, Lisbon.

Burmester, Herman, & Co., 87, Rua Infante D. Henrique, Oporto.

Burmester, J. W., & Co., 39, Rua de Bellomonte, Oporto.

Carvalho, R. H., Rua do Arco Bandeira, Lisbon.

Cast, H. F., Rua da Alfandega 160, Lisbon.

Cesche, E., Madeira.

Cobo, Ramon, Rua do Commercio 28, Lisbon.

Daehnhardt & Co., Rua da Magdalena 75, Lisbon.

Deutsches Kohlen Depôt, Madeira.

Duetting & Gaa, Madeira.

Furbringer & Co., 189, Rua de Passos Manuel, Oporto.

Gottschalk, Arthuro, Rua das Praças 30, Lisbon.

Hahnefelde & Gellweiler, Praça Duque da Terceira 4, Lisbon.

Heise, Georg, Escadinhas da Saude 2, Rua do Commercio 35, Lisbon. Herold, O., & Co., Rua da Grata 14, Lisbon and Oporto. Hoffmann, Viuva Oswald, Calcada do Correio, Lisbon. Issel, Fr., Rua da Conceicao 60, Lisbon.

Kamp, Thumann, & Co., 38, Rua Elias Garcia, Oporto. Katzenstein, Ed., Soeers, 39, Rua de Bellomonte, Oporto. Katzenstein, Hermann, Rua dos Fanqueiros 65, Lisbon. Kretzschmar, R., Madeira.

Leuschner, Bernard, 63, Rua Infante D. Henrique, Oporto. Lyncke, Traugott, Rua da Conceicao 85, Lisbon.

Marcus & Harting, Rua dos Fanqueiros 136, Lisbon.

Becker, E., Beira.

PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA.*

Behrens, H., Lourenço Marques.

Bettman and Kupfer (East African Agency), Lourenço Marques. Bosselmann, C. Beira.

Bredenkamp, Lourenço Marques.

Brito, Palma, Ibo and Porto Amelia.

Bruckmann, Lourenço Marques.

Cruz, Alipio Francesco.

Da Souza, Luiz Moreira, Palma, Ibo, and Porto Amelia.

De Sousa, Bismark, Palma, Ibo, and Porto Amelia.

Dencks, Alexander, Lourenço Marques.

Deuss, Ludwig & Co., Chinde, Tete and Quelimane. Deutsche Ost-Afrika, Gesellschaft.

Deutsche Ost-Afrika Linie.

Felgenhauer (alias Ferguson), I. C. Lourenço Marques. Fellman, H. Quelimane.

Ferguson, I. C. (alias Felgenhauer), Lourenço Marques. Ferreira Joaquim, Quelimane.

Figuereido, Antonio, Palma, Ibo, and Porto Amelia.

Frankel Jacobs, Lourenço Marques.

Fuchs, Lourenço Marques.

Grothkop, H., Lourenço Marques. Haberer & Co.

Herz & Schaberg. Heuffer, A., Quelimane.

Hoffman, Hugo, Lourenço Marques.

Hoffman, Oswald.

Houben, Walter, Beira.

Hupfer, Beira.

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Jung Lenz & Co.

Koch, J. H., Lourenço Marques.

Krutzfeldt, H. G., Lourenço Marques.

Kunsti, T., Ibo.

Limbrock, H., Tete.

Linder, F., Ibo.

Loeffelbein, F., Lourenço Marques.

Marcus & Harting.

Molu, Palma, Ibo, and Porto Amelia.

Neider & Co., P., Ibo.

Niedner, Paul, Palma, Ibo, and Porto Amelia.

Oldenburg, E., Palma, Ibo, and Porto Amelia. Orenstein, Arthur-Koppel.

Pechner, H., Beira.

Petersen, R. H., Quelimane.

Pfister, F., Lourenço Marques.

Philippi, William & Co.

Piel, Albert, Lourenço Marques.

Porst, Kurt., Lourenço Marques.

Ranchodas Oda, Palma, Ibo, and Porto Amėlia.

Ressmann, 1., Lourenço Marques.

Reuter, Dr., Lourenço Marques.

Rewald, Martin, Lourenço Marques.

Ribeiro, Antonio Francisco, Beira.

Rolfes, Herman, Lourenço Marques.

Rolfes, Karl, Lourenço Marques.

Rolfes, Nebel & Co., Lourenço Marques.

Rosendorf, Lourenço Marques,

Saccoor, Amad, Lourenço Marques.

Sambado, Antonio Marques, Mozambique, Santa Maria, Palma, Ibo, and Porto

Amelia.

Schnutz, H., Tete.

Schreiber, Beira.

Siemsen, T., Beira.

Springhorn, C., Lourenço Marques.

Steyn, Kuhu, Lourenço Marques.

Stuben & Co.

Stuhldreier, Palma, Ibo, and Porto Amelia.

Vogel, W., Lourenço Marques.

Vogler, W., Sena.

Wandschneider, Theodor, Lourenço Marques.

Wiese, Carl, Lourenço Marques.

Woernher, Fritz, Inhambane.

Woernher, Rudolf, Inhambane.

SPAIN.

Ahlers, Jacob, Santa Cruz, Tenerife.

Amann & Gana, Ayala 1, and Calle Belosti 14, Bilbao.

Arozena, Fernando, Santa Cruz, Tenerife.

Arroya, Jose, Atocha 4, Malaga.

Augener, Enrique, Las Palmas.

Banco Aleman Transatlantico, Barcelona, Madrid.

Baquera, Kusche & Martin, Malaga.

Bjerre, A. (Messrs. Bjerre Sucesores), Cortina del Neuelle, 21/3 Malaga.

Brang, Antonio, Santa Cruz, Tenerife.

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Compania de Alcohóles de Bilbao, Bilbao.

"Correo Español," Madrid.

Crosa, Angel, Tenerife.

"Debate," Madrid.

Deutsches Kohlen Depôt, Santa Cruz, Tenerife.

Dorr & Lensten, Malaga.

Erhardt & Co., Bilbao.

Falkenstein, Felix, 13, Colegiate, Madrid.

Fliedner, Jorge, Madrid.

Gaswerk, Santa Cruz, Tenerife.

German Cable Co., Tenerife.

Gutierrez, Leopoldo, Madrid.

Gutkind, Felix, Malaga.

Heinsdorf and Lemcke, Atocha 4, Malaga.

Hinderer, Carlos, Madrid.

Hoppe & Co., Carlos, Alameda Mazanedo 1, Bilbao, Muelle 17, Santander.

Knappe, Carlos, 38 Alcala, Madrid.

Kochler Guillermo, Esparteros 1, and Pl. Del Cordon 1, Madrid.

Lbanez, Francisco Gomez, Orotava, Tenerife.

Lengo, Arturo, Almeria, Garrucha and Malaga.

Linhoff, Carlos (Successors to Cross & Linhoff), Malaga.

Lohr, Maximilio, Tenerife.

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Mentidero," Madrid.

Mittelstrass, Otto, Las Palmas.

Pflügger, Carl, Las Palmas.

Rojas, Claudio, Tenerife.

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Schlayer, Felix (Successor of Alberto Ahles & Co.), Alcala 46, Madrid; Pasco

Aduana 15 & 17, Barcelona.

Siemens, Enrique, Las Palmas.

Siglo Futuro," Madrid.

Sociedad Anonima Fabrica de Lamparas de Filamento, Passo de Santa Maria

de la Cabeza, Madrid.

Thomson Houston-Iberica Aeg, Ronda Universitad 22, and Lamie 89, Barcelona,

and Nicholas Mavia, Rivevo 8 Md., Madrid.

Thonet, Hermanos, Madrid.

"Tribuna," Madrid.

Varella, F. C., Santa Cruz, Tenerife.

Vogt, Conrad, Santa Cruz, Tenerife.

Woermann Linie, Las Palmas.

SWEDEN.

Abrahamsson, Runo, Stockholm.

Allgemeine Electricitats Gesellschaft, Stockholm.

Allmanna Handels (A/B), Hamngatan 5B, Stockholm.

Almquist, Carl, Ystad.

Alpen, H., Magasinskvartek 3A, Gothenburg.

Andersson & Lindberg (A/B), Stora Badhusgatan 6, Gothenburg.

Bagges Importagentur, O. Hamngt 50B, Gothenburg.

Beijers, John, Skofabrik (A/B), Flemminggatan 59, Stockholm.

Berg, Victor, Stockholm.

Bexelius, Henrik, Stockholm.

Biehl, G., Malmö.

Blomqvist, Olof & Co., Oscarshamm.

Brattström, Johann, Stockholm.

Christiernin, C., Stockholm.

Dahlström, Otto, Bredgr. 2, Stockholm.

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Daumichen, Max, Stockholm.

Dressfalls Grufvor Och Malmforadlingsverk (A/B), Rosenbad 2, Stockholm.

Egnell, Fritz (A/B), Norra Bantorget 20, Stockholm.

Engeström & Jaeppelt, Per Veijersg 3, Malmö and Gothenburg.

Fallenius & Lefflers (A/B), V. Hamngatan 5, Gothenburg.

Fraenckel, Moritz & Co., Gothenburg.

Ganslandt & Gussing (A/B), Hjulhamnsg 4, Malmö, Gothenburg and Ystad.

Gleitsman, E. T., Tralleborg.

Goldstüek Hainze & Co., Gothenburg.

Grafford, J., Katarinavagen 11, Stockholm.

Grubbens, Carl E., Stockholm.

Hammar & Co., Pasagatan 6, Stockholm.

Hanson, Wilhelm & Co., Vasag 6, Stockholm.

Hansson, Elof, Packhuspl 2, Gothenburg and Stockholm.

Hartig, Hugo Wahrendorffsg 4, Stockholm and Gothenburg. Harbeck, Doctor Ernst, Partille, Gothenburg.

Herrström, Sigfrid, Kungsgatan 30, Malmö.

Humbert, Hermann, Artillerigatan 6, Stockholm.

Jager, Wilhelm, Lulea.

Johnson, Eric R., Kommendorsg. 17, Stockholm.

Jonsson & Krafft, V. Hamngt 14, Gothenburg.

Junebro Export (A/B), Gothenburg.

Kronans Droghandel, Gothenburg.

Kürzel, Fr., Malmö.

Lassen, Carl, Slussplan 63, Stockholm; Kungsg 4, Gothenburg. Levin, Sigismund, Landskrona.

Linden & Lindström, Gothenburg.

Melin, Peders Co., N. Hamng. 6, Gothenburg and Malmö.

Rapp, David (A/B), Skeppsbron 18, Kammakareg 12, Stockholm.

Reinheimer, Phillip, Stockholm.

Roberg, Tycho, Skeppsbron 1, Gothenburg.

Rudeberg, A., Drottingatan 11, Stockholm.

Schipmann, Heinrich (A/B), Bredgr. 2, Stockholm.

Specialjärn (A/B), Kungsg 56, Stockholm.

Stockholms Skofabrik (A/B), Hornsgatan 160; and Brannkyrkagatan 167, Stock-

holm.

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NOTE. Under the Trading with the Enemy Proclamations of 25 June and 10 November, 1915, all Proclamations relating to Trading with the Enemy apply to all persons or bodies of persons of enemy nationality, resident or carrying on business in Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, and consequently it is an offence to trade with any person or body of per- sons of enemy nationality resident or carrying on business in Morocco or Portuguese East Africa, even though such person or body of persons is not included by name in the above list, and the omission of the name of any such person or body of persons from such list is not an authority or licence to trade with such person or body of persons.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 28th day of April 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 168.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under Section 3 (2) of the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, (Ordinance No. 40 of 1912), on the 27th day of April,

1916.

There shall be added to the Regulations made by the Governor in Council under the above Ordinance and published in the Gazette of the 7th April, 1916, as Notification No. 141, the following regulation :---

"88A.---1. Except with a written permit from the Captain Superintendent of Police no vehicle shall between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. be driven along Collinson Street or that portion of the Praya or road between Beach Street and No. 454 Des Voeux Road West.

2. Except with a written permit from the Captain Superintendent of Police no pedestrians shall between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. pass along or be found in Collinson Street or that portion of the Praya or road between Beach Steeet and No. 454 Des Voeux Road West, provided that it shall be lawful for pedestrians to have access to the houses Nos. 454 to 468 Des Voeux Road West and Nos. 1 to 25 Praya Kennedy Town by passing from Queen's Road West or Des Voeux Road West or Beach Street as the case may be along the footpath in front of the said houses."

27th April, 1916.

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No. 169.

Order made by the Governor in Council under Section 4 of the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1916), on the 28th day of April, 1916.

Whereas by a Proclamation, bearing even date herewith, called "The Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Proclamation, Hongkong, 1916," and issued under the provisions of the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, it is declared that all persons or bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, resident, carrying on business, or being in the Colony of Hongkong are prohibited from trading with any of the persons or bodies of persons mentioned in the List in such Proclamation (which List is therein and herein called the Statutory List), and that the provisions of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinances, 1914-1915, and of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, and all other enactments relating to trading with the enemy shall, subject to such exceptions and adaptations as are prescribed by Order in Council of even date therewith, meaning thereby this Order or as may be prescribed by any Order in Council hereafter to be issued, apply in respect of the persons and bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List as if for references in such enactments to trading with the enemy there were substituted references to trading with the persons and bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List and for references to enemies there were substituted references to the persons and bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List:

And whereas it is expedient to make such exceptions and adaptations in the pro- visions of the said Ordinances and enactments as are herein prescribed:

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No. 168.

Regulation made by the Governor in Council under Section 3 (2) of the Vehicles and Traffic Regulation Ordinance, 1912, (Ordinance No. 40 of 1912), on the 27th day of April,

1916.

There shall be added to the Regulations made by the Governor in Council under the above Ordinance and published in the Gazette of the 7th April, 1916, as Notification No. 141, the following regulation :---

"88A.---1. Except with a written permit from the Captain Superintendent of Police no vehicle shall between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. be driven along Collinson Street or that portion of the Praya or road between Beach Street and No. 454 Des Voeux Road West.

2. Except with a written permit from the Captain Superintendent of Police no pedestrians shall between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. pass along or be found in Collinson Street or that portion of the Praya or road between Beach Steeet and No. 454 Des Voeux Road West, provided that it shall be lawful for pedestrians to have access to the houses Nos. 454 to 468 Des Voeux Road West and Nos. 1 to 25 Praya Kennedy Town by passing from Queen's Road West or Des Voeux Road West or Beach Street as the case may be along the footpath in front of the said houses."

27th April, 1916.

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No. 169.

Order made by the Governor in Council under Section 4 of the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1916), on the 28th day of April, 1916.

Whereas by a Proclamation, bearing even date herewith, called "The Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Proclamation, Hongkong, 1916," and issued under the provisions of the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, it is declared that all persons or bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, resident, carrying on business, or being in the Colony of Hongkong are prohibited from trading with any of the persons or bodies of persons mentioned in the List in such Proclamation (which List is therein and herein called the Statutory List), and that the provisions of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinances, 1914-1915, and of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, and all other enactments relating to trading with the enemy shall, subject to such exceptions and adaptations as are prescribed by Order in Council of even date therewith, meaning thereby this Order or as may be prescribed by any Order in Council hereafter to be issued, apply in respect of the persons and bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List as if for references in such enactments to trading with the enemy there were substituted references to trading with the persons and bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List and for references to enemies there were substituted references to the persons and bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List:

And whereas it is expedient to make such exceptions and adaptations in the pro- visions of the said Ordinances and enactments as are herein prescribed:

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Now, therefore, it is hereby ordered as follows: --

   1. The said enactments shall apply in respect of the persons and bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List as if for references therein to trading with the enemy there were substituted references to trading with the persons and bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List, and for references to enemies there were sub- stituted references to those persons and bodies of persons, and for references to offences under the Trading with the Enemy Ordinances, 1914-1915, or any of those Ordinances, there were substituted references to offences under the Trading with the Enemy (Exten- sion of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, and subject to the following exceptions and adapta- tions that is to say:

A. In the application of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1914--

For the reference in section 2 to the 4th day of August, 1914, shall be sub- stituted a reference to the date of this Order, or in respect of any person or body of persons added to the Statutory List to the date of the Order adding him or them to the Statutory List.

   B. In the application of the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Ordinance, 1915-

(1.) For the references in section 3 to the commencement of the present War, and to the 8th day of May, 1915, wherever such expressions respectively occur, shall be substituted references to the date of this Order, or in res- pect of any person or body of persons added to the Statutory List to the date of the Order adding him or them to the Statutory List.

(2.) For the reference in section 4 to the passing of the Ordinance shall be substituted a reference to the date of this Order, or in respect of any person or body of persons added to the Statutory List to the date of the Order adding him or them to the Statutory List, and for the reference to hereafter in that section shall be substituted a reference to after the date of this Order, or in respect of any person or body of persons added to the Statutory List to after the date of the Order adding him or them to the Statutory List.

(3.) For the reference in section 5 to the 4th day of August, 1914, shall be sub- stituted a reference to the date of this Order, or in respect of any person or body of persons added to the Statutory List to the date of the Order adding him or them to the Statutory List.

   C. In the application of the Trading with the Enemy Second Amendment Ordi- nance, 1915:---

(1.) 'Sections 4, 5, 6 and 7 shall not apply.

(2.) For the reference in section 8 to the commencement of the present war shall be substituted a reference to the date of this Order, or in respect of any person or body of persons added to the Statutory List to the date of the Örder adding him or them to the Statutory List.

D. In the application of the Trading with the Enemy Third Amendment Ordinance,

1915:-

Sections 5, 6 and 7 shall not apply.

E. In the application of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915:

The references in the Order in Council made under the said Ordinance and published in the Gazette of the 7th January, 1916, to the law relating to trading with the enemy shall be deemed to include references to the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

28th April, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 3.

THURSDAY, 20TH APRIL, 1916.

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PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY, K.C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General FRANCIS

VENTRIS).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (CLAUD SEVERN).

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the Attorney General, (JOSEPH HORSFORD KEMP).

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the Director of Public Works, (WILLIAM CHATHAM, C.M.G.).

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the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX).

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the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCILVAINE MESSER). Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

Mr. DAVID LANDALE.

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Mr. LAU CHU PAK.

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Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK.

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ABSENT:

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the Colonial Treasurer, (ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON).

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Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

The Council met pursuant to summons.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 1st March, 1916, were confirmed.

PAPERS.--The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the following papers :-

Correspondence relative to the death of Sir THOMAS JACKSON.

Financial Returns for the year 1915.

Report of the Police Magistrates' Court for the year 1915.

The Colonial Secretary and His Excellency the Governor addressed the Council with reference to the Financial Returns for the year 1915.

  FINANCIAL MINUTES.-The Colonial Secretary laid on the table Financial Minutes Nos. 6 and 7, and moved that they be referred to the Finance Committee:

No. 6.---Public Works, Recurrent and Extraordinary,

No. 7.-Public Works, Extraordinary, Exhumation at

Mount Davis Cemetery,

Mr. WEI YUK seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

$ 65,351.00.

2,713.35.

PUNISHMENT OF INCEST BILL.-The Attorney General moved the First reading of a

Bill intituled An Ordinance to provide for the punishment of Incest.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

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TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (EXTENSION OF POWERS) BILL.--The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to provide for the Extension of the Restrictions relating to Trading with the Enemy to Persons to whom, though not resident or carrying on business in Enemy Territory, it is by reason of their Enemy Nationality or Enemy Associations expedient to extend such Restrictions.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

REGISTRATION OF PERSONS BILL. The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to provide for the registration of certain persons.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

MARRIAGE OF BRITISH SUBJECTS (FACILITIES) BILL.-The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to facilitate marriages between British subjects resident in the Colony and British subjects resident in the United Kingdom.

1916.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

ADJOURNMENT.-The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 27th day of April,

Read and confirmed this 27th day of April, 1916.

A. G..M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY, Governor.

No. 171.-His Excellency the Governor has given his assent, in the name and on behalf of His Majesty the King, to the following Ordinances passed by the Legislative Council:-

Ordinance No. 3 of 1916.---An Ordinance to provide for the punishment of

Incest.

Ordinance No. 4 of 1916.---An Ordinance to provide for the Extension of the

Restrictions relating to Trading with the Enemy to Persons to whom, though not resident or carrying on business in Enemy Territory, it is by reason of their Enemy Nationality or Enemy Associations expedient to extend such Restric- tions.

Ordinance No. 5 of 1916.-An Ordinance to facilitate marriages between British subjects resident in the Colony and British subjects resident in the United Kingdom.

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TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (EXTENSION OF POWERS) BILL.--The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to provide for the Extension of the Restrictions relating to Trading with the Enemy to Persons to whom, though not resident or carrying on business in Enemy Territory, it is by reason of their Enemy Nationality or Enemy Associations expedient to extend such Restrictions.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

REGISTRATION OF PERSONS BILL. The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to provide for the registration of certain persons.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

MARRIAGE OF BRITISH SUBJECTS (FACILITIES) BILL.-The Attorney General moved the First reading of a Bill intituled An Ordinance to facilitate marriages between British subjects resident in the Colony and British subjects resident in the United Kingdom.

1916.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question put and agreed to.

Bill read a first time.

ADJOURNMENT.-The Council then adjourned until Thursday, the 27th day of April,

Read and confirmed this 27th day of April, 1916.

A. G..M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY, Governor.

No. 171.-His Excellency the Governor has given his assent, in the name and on behalf of His Majesty the King, to the following Ordinances passed by the Legislative Council:-

Ordinance No. 3 of 1916.---An Ordinance to provide for the punishment of

Incest.

Ordinance No. 4 of 1916.---An Ordinance to provide for the Extension of the

Restrictions relating to Trading with the Enemy to Persons to whom, though not resident or carrying on business in Enemy Territory, it is by reason of their Enemy Nationality or Enemy Associations expedient to extend such Restric- tions.

Ordinance No. 5 of 1916.-An Ordinance to facilitate marriages between British subjects resident in the Colony and British subjects resident in the United Kingdom.

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HONGKONG.

No. 3 OF 1916.

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LS

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

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28th April, 1916.

An Ordinance to provide for the punishment

of Incest.

[28th April, 1916.]

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Punishment of Short title. Incest Ordinance, 1916.

2.-(1.) Any male person who has carnal knowledge Incest by of a female person, who is to his knowledge his grand- males. daughter, daughter, sister, or mother, shall be guilty of a 8 Edw. 7, misdemeanour, and upon conviction thereof shall be liable c. 45, s. 1. to imprisonment for any term not exceeding seven years: Provided that if, on an indictment for any such offence, it is alleged in the indictment and proved that the female person is under the age of twelve years, the same punish- ment may be imposed as may be imposed under section six

of the Protection of Women and Girls Ordinance, 1897, Ordinance which deals with the defilement of girls under twelve No. 4 of years of age.

1897.

(2.) It is immaterial that the carnal knowledge was had with the consent of the female person.

(3.) If any male person attempts to commit any such offence as aforesaid, he shall be guilty of a misdemeanour, and upon conviction thereof shall be liable to imprisonment for any term not exceeding two years.

(4.) On the conviction before any court of any male person of an offence under this section, or of an attempt to commit the same, against any female under twenty-one years of age, it shall be in the power of the court to divest the offender of all authority over such female, and, if the offender is the guardian of such female, to remove the offender from such guardianship, and in any such case to appoint any person or persons to be the guardian or guar- dians of such female during her minority or any less period:

Provided that the Supreme Court may at any time vary or rescind the order by the appointment of any other per- son as such guardian, or in any other respect.

3. Any female person of or above the age of sixteen Incest by years who with consent permits her grandfather, father, females of brother, or son to have carnal knowledge of her (knowing or over him to be her grandfather, father, brother, or son, as the sixteen. case may be) shall be guilty of a misdemeanour, and upon conviction thereof shall be liable to imprisonment for any c. 45, s. 2. term not exceeding seven years.

8 Edw. 7,

4. In this Ordinance the expressions brother and Test of "sister" respectively, include half-brother and half-sister, relationship. and the provisions of this Ordinance shall apply whether 8 Edw. 7, the relationship between the person charged with an offence c. 45, s. 3. under this Ordinance and the person with whom the offence is alleged to have been committed, is or is not traced through lawful wedlock.

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Prosecution

of offences.

8 Edw. 7, c. 45, s. 4.

Ordinance No. 4 of 1897.

Ordinance No. 14 of 1906.

Proceedings

to be held

in camera.

8 Edw. 7, c. 45, s. 5.

Sanction of Attorney General.

8 Edw. 7,

c. 45, s. 6.

5.-(1.) If, on the trial of any indictment for rape, the jury are satisfied that the defendant is guilty of an offence under this Ordinance, but are not satisfied that the defen- dant is guilty of rape, the jury may acquit the defendant of and find him guilty of an offence under this Ordinance, and he shall be liable to be punished accordingly.

rape

(2.) If, on the trial of any indictment for an offence under this Ordinance, the jury are satisfied that the defen- dant is guilty of any offence under sections five, six or ten of the Protection of Women and Girls Ordinance, 1897, but are not satisfied that the defendant is guilty of au offence under this Ordinance, the jury may acquit the defendant of an offence under this Ordinance and find him guilty of an offence under sections five, six or ten of the Protection of Women and Girls Ordinance, 1897, and he shall be liable to be punished accordingly.

(3.) Section 5 of the Criminal Evidence Ordinance, 1906, shall have effect as if this Ordinance were included in the schedule to that Ordinance.

6. All proceedings under this Ordinance are to be held in camera.

7. No prosecution for any offence under this Ordinance shall be commenced without the sauction of the Attorney General.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 27th day of April, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 28th day of April, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

HONGKONG.

No. 4 OF 1916.

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY,

LS

Governor.

28th April, 1916.

An Ordinance to provide for the Extension of the Restrictions relating to Trading with the Enemy to Persons to whom, though not resident or carrying on Business in Enemy Territory, it is by reason of their Enemy Nationality or Enemy Associations expedient to extend such Restrictions.

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[28th April, 1916.]

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Trading with Short title. the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1915.

2. The Trading with the Enemy Ordinance, 1915, the Mode of cita- Trading with the Enemy Amendment Ordinance, 1915, tion of the the Trading with the Enemy Second Amendment Ordi- Trading with nance, 1915, and the Trading with the Enemy Third the Enemy Amendment Ordinance, 1915, may be cited together as the

                            Ordinances. Trading with the Enemy Ordinances, 1914-1915.

Ordinances Nos. 25 of

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1914, 12 of

1915, 22 of

3

1

1915, and 28 of 1915.

3.-(1.) The Governor in Council may by Proclamation Power to prohibit all persons or bodies of persons, incorporated or un- prohibit incorporated, resident, carrying on business, or being in the trading with Colony of Hongkong from trading with any persons or persons of bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, not enemy resident or carrying on business in enemy territory or in

nationality or association. territory in the occupation of the enemy (other than per- 5 and 6 Geo. sons, incorporated or unincorporated, residing or carrying on 5, c. 98. business solely within His Majesty's Dominious) wherever by reason of the enemy nationality or enemy association of such persons or bodies of persons, incorporated or unincor- porated, it appears to the Governor in Council expedient so to do, and if any person acts in contravention of any such Proclamation he shall be guilty of a misdemeanour triable and punishable in like manner as the offence of trading with the enemy.

(2.) Any list of persons and bodies of persons, incor- porated or unincorporated, with whom such trading is prohibited by a Proclamation made under this Ordinance may be varied

or added to by an Order made by the Governor in Council.

4. The provisions of the Trading with the Enemy Ordinances, 1914-1915, and of the Importation and Ex- of certain

                     Application portation Ordinance, 1915, and all other enactments relating other enact- to trading with the enemy, shall subject to such excep- ments. tions and adaptations as may be prescribed by Order made by the Governor in Council, apply in respect of such per- sons and bodies of persons as aforesaid as if for references therein to trading with the enemy there were substituted references to trading with such persons and bodies of persons as aforesaid, and for references to enemies there were substituted references to such persous and bodies of persons as aforesaid, and for references to offences under the Trading with the Enemy Ordinances, 1914-1915, or any of those Ordinances, there were substituted references to offences under this Ordinance.

5. For the purposes of this Ordinance a person shall be Meaning of deemed to have traded with a person or body of persons to trading. whom a Proclamation or Order issued under this Ordinance applies, if he enters into any transaction or does any act with, to, on behalf of, or for the benefit of, such a person or body of persons which if entered into or done with, to, on behalf of, or for the benefit of, an enemy would be trading with the enemy.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 27th day of April, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 28th

day of April, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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HONGKONG.

No. 5 OF 1916.

I ass nt to this Ordinance.

LS

F. H. MAY,

Governor.

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Short title.

Recognition of certificates

issued in the United

Kingdom as sufficient notice in

respect of marriages between

British sub- jects intended

to be solem- nized in the Colony.

The giving of notice in the Colony in respect of a marriage to be solem- nized in the United Kingdom between a British sub- ject proceed- ing from the Colony and a British sub- ject resident

in the United

Kingdom.

28th April, 1916.

An Ordinance to facilitate marriages between British subjects resident in the Colony and British subjects

subjects resident

resident in the United Kingdom.

[28th April, 1916.]

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Marriage of British Subjects (Facilities) Ordinance, 1916.

2. Where a marriage is intended to be solemnized or contracted in this Colony between a British subject re- sident in this Colony and a British subject resident in the United Kingdom, a certificate for marriage issued by a Superintendent Registrar in England and a certificate for marriage issued by a Registrar, and a certificate of pro- clamation of banns, in Scotland, and a certificate for marriage issued by a Registrar in Ireland shall in this Colony have the same effect as a certificate of receipt of notice of marriage issued by the Registrar of Marriages in the Colony.

3. Where a marriage is intended to be solemnized or contracted in the United Kingdom between a British sub- ject resident in the United Kingdom and a British subject reside..t in this Colony, a certificate of receipt of notice of marriage may be issued in the Colony in the like manner as if the marriage was to be solemnized or contracted under circumstances requiring a certificate of receipt of notice of marriage and as if both such British subjects were resident in the Colony.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 27th day of April, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 28th

Jay of April, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 172. His Majesty the King has not been advised to exercise his power of dis- allowance with respect to the following Ordinance :----

Ordinance No. 33 of 1915.-An Ordinance to provide for the fees to be paid in

this Colony in respect of various things and matters to be granted or done under the pro- visions of the British Nationality and Status of Aliens Act, 1914.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

27th April, 1916,

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 173. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. JOHN DANIEL LLOYD to act as Superintendent of Imports and Exports during the absence on leave of Mr. ROBERT OLIPHANT HUTCHISON or until further notice, with effect from the 19th April, 1916.

28th April, 1976.

NOTICES.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

NOTICE TO MASTERS.

   No. 174.--On and after the 1st May, 1916, no vessel is to moor at Wanchai within the following limits, except at a Government Buoy, or by the written permission of the Harbour Master:

"Eastern limit; a line drawn North and South through North Point."

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Western limit; a line drawn North and South through Naval Hospital."

No. 175. In continuation of Government Notification No. 286 of the 3rd August, 1914, Part III (d), the following Table shows the Standard Time at which Official Night ends and begins during the month of May, 1916:-

Date.

May 1st,

Ends.

5.40 a.m.

Begins.

Date.

7.00p.m. May 11th,

Ends.

5.34 a.m.

Begins.

2nd,

5.40

7.00

12th,

5.34

7.04

Date.

7.04 p.m. May 21st,

22nd,

Ends.

5.30 a.m.

Begins.

7.08 p.m.

5.29

7.09

99

99

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1

3rd,

5.39

7.01

13th, 5.33

7.05

5.29 23rd,

7.10

99

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23

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4th, 5.38

7.02

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15

14th,

5.33

7.05

24th,

5.29

7.11

""

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5th,

5.38

7.02

15th, 5.32

7.06

25th,

5.29

7.11

""

99

""

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6th,

5.37

7.02

16th, 5.32

7.06

5.29 26th,

7.11

""

""

99

""

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7th, 5.36

7.02

17th, 5.31

7.07

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27th,

5.28

7.12

""

27

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99

 5.36 8th,

7.02

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""

18th, 5.31

7.07

28th,

5.28

7.12

""

""

""

9th,

5.36

7.03

19th, 5.30

7.08

"7

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29th,

5.28

7.12

::

""

  5.35 10th,

7.03

29

29

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20th,

5.30

7.08

"

""

""

30th, 5.27

7.13

""

""

31st, 5.27

7.13

""

""

28th April, 1916.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

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SUPREME Court.

No. 176. It is hereby notified that the names of the following Companies have been struck off the Register:--

THE TUNG TAI AND COMPANY, LIMITED.

THE HANKOW LAND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, LIMITED. THE YUE LOONG FLOUR MILL COMPANY, LIMITED. THE YU YUEN COTTON MILL COMPANY, LIMITED.

28th April, 1916.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar of Companies.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 177.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

No. 157A to E of 1888.

21st April, 1888.

Bass, Ratcliff, and Gretton, Limited, London, England.

21st April,

1930.

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24th April, 1916.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks,

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The following Notification is published,

By command,

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 14.

PROCLAMATIONS.

[L.S.]

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same :

Whereas by section 189 of the Army Act it is enacted that where the Governor of a Colony in which any of His Majesty's forces are serving declares at any time or times that by reason of the imminence of active service or of the recent existence of active service it is necessary for the public service that the forces in the Colony should be temporarily subject to the said Act as if they were on active service then on the publica- tion in general orders of any such declaration the forces to which the declaration applies shall be deemed to be on active service for the period mentioned in the declaration so that the period mentioned in any one declaration do not exceed three months from the date thereof:

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   And Whereas by declaration made on the 5th day of August 1914 it was declared by Proclamation published in the Government Gazette Extraordinary dated the 5th day of August 1914 to be necessary for the public service that His Majesty's forces in the Colony be subject to the said Act for the period of three months from the date thereof as if they were on active service :

   And Whereas by a Proclamation made on the 4th day of November 1914 the said declaration was renewed for a period of three months from the said 4th day of November 1914:

   And Whereas by a Proclamation made on the 3rd day of February 1915 the said declaration was renewed for a period of three months from the said 3rd day of February

1915:

   And Whereas by a Proclamation made on the 30th day of April 1915 the said decla- ration was renewed for a period of three months from the 3rd day of May 1915:

   And Whereas by a Proclamation made on the 30th day of July 1915 the said decla- ration was renewed for a period of three months from the 3rd day of August 1915:

   And Whereas by a Proclamation made on the 29th day of October 1915 the said declaration was renewed for a period of three months from the 3rd day of November

1915:

   And Whereas by a Proclamation made on the 2nd day of February 1916 the said declaration was renewed for a period of three months from the 3rd day of February 1916:

   And Whereas the said period of three months will expire on the 3rd day of May 1916 Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same being of opinion that the necessity of His Majesty's forces in the Colony being subject to the said Act continues do hereby declare that by reason of the imminence of active service it is necessary for the public service that His Majesty's forces in this Colony be subject to the said Act for the further period of three months from and after the 3rd day of May 1916.

   Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 2nd day of May 1916.

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By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary,

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 178.

Order made by the Governor in Council under Section 10 of the Certificates of Origin Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 8 of 1915), on the 4th day of May, 1916.

The Order in Council made under the above Ordinance and published in the Gazette of the 11th June, 1915, as amended by the Orders in Council published in the Gazettes of the 31st March and 7th April, 1916, is hereby amended by the insertion of the heading "Hops" after the heading "Spirits, foreign ".

No. 179.

   Order made by the Governor in Council under Sections 3 and 4 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 32 of 1915), on the 4th day of May,

1916.

The rules made by the Governor in Council under the above Ordinance which were published in the Gazettes of the 7th, 14th and 21st January, and 7th April, 1916, respec- tively, are hereby amended by the addition thereto of the following rules:

dollars.

"37. No person shall export or attempt to export any British dollars: British

Provided that any person may export any number of British dollars not exceeding one hundred on any one occasion, or such greater number as may, on application being made on that behalf, be permitted by the Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

38. No person shall export or attempt to export any Chinese cash, Chinese

except to China."

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

4th May, 1916.

cash.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 180.---His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, under Section 19 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, Lance-Sergeant WILLIAM SPEAR to be a Sanitary Inspector for Sham Shui Po, with effect from 3rd May, 1916, vice Lance- Sergeant JAMES LENAGHAN.

3rd May, 1916.

No. 181. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ROGER EDWARD LINDSELL to act as Assistant Postmaster General until further notice, with effect from the 24th April, 1916.

5th May, 1916.

No. 182. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. WALTER BROWN to the temporary rank of 2nd Lieutenant in the Engineer Company of the Hong- kong Volunteer Corps, with effect from the 4th May, 1916.

5th May, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

    No. 183. It is hereby notified that the nine codes authorised under British Censor- ship may now be used in telegrams exchanged between Portugal and Extra European Countries which admit the use of codes.

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No. 184. It is hereby notified that the Colonial Auxiliary Forces Officers' Decora- tion has been granted to Captain J. H. W. ARMSTRONG, Hongkong Volunteer Corps, in accordance with the provisions of the Royal Warrants of the 18th May, 1899, and the 3rd August, 1902.

No. 185.--It is hereby notified that owners of cargoes in German ships in Portuguese waters, whether in Europe or elsewhere, should apply immediately to the Procurator of the Republic for the district concerned.

No. 186. It is hereby notified that no foreigner may enter France, Algeria, or Morocco, or leave these countries unless he is furnished with a passport vised by a com- petent French Official.

This regulation does not apply to members of the British Military Forces travelling on duty, provided that such persons are in uniform, are in possession of movement orders or leave certificates, and in the case of Non-Commissioned Officers and Men are carrying their identity discs and Army Pay Books.

Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, and Men not travelling on duty must carry passports.

No. 187. The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general information. The former list appeared in the Gazette of the 20th April, 1916.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY AMENDMENT Act, 1916.

Orders have been made by the Board of Trade requiring the undermentioned busi- nesses to be wound up:

12. Calmon Asbestos and Rubber Works, Ltd., 3, 5 and 7, Sheppy Place, Minories, London, E. Controller: E. H. Fletcher, 14, George Street, Mansion House, E.C. 28th February, 1916.

13. Peter Union Tyre Co. Ltd., 190-192, Gt. Portland Street, London, W. Con-

troller: A. Dangerfield, 56, Cannon Street, E.C. 28th February, 1916. 14. Bauscher Bros., Weiden, Ltd., Commerce House, 72-80, Oxford Street, London, W. Controller: Desmond Forde, 65, London Wall, E.C. 28th February, 1916.

15. Rhenish Rubber and Celluloid Co. (1908) Ltd., 58, Basinghall Street, London, E.C. Controller: J. S. Cotman, 10, Coleman Street, E.C. 28th Fe- bruary, 1916.

16. Artistic Novelties, Ltd., 13, Charterhouse Street, London, E.C. Controller: J. Baker, Eldon Street House, Eldon Street, E.C. 28th February, 1916. 17. Harburg and Vienna India Rubber Co. Ltd., 1 and 3, Golden Lane, London, E.C. Controller: C. W. M. Kemp, 36, Walbrook, E.C. 28th February,

1916.

18. The Berndorf Metal Works, 231, Regent Street, London, W. Controller:

William Strachan, 50, Gresham Street, E.C. 28th February, 1916. 19. A. Habbicht, 11, Nelson Street, Bradford. Controller: J. Hartley Black-

burn, Commercial Bank Buildings, Bradford. 28th February, 1916. 20. Schmidt and Lorenzen, 105/106, Wood Street,. London, E.C. Controller: Ernest Layton Bennett, 31 and 32, Broad Street Avenue, Blomfield Street, E.C. 1st March, 1916.

21. Murrle, Bennett and Co., Ltd., 13, Charterhouse Street, E.C. Controller:

J. Baker, Eldon Street House, Eldon Street, E.C. 2nd March, 1916. 22. Fr. Meyer's Sohn Ltd., 92, Great Tower Street, E.C. Controller: A. Page,

28, King Street, Cheapside, E.C. 2nd March, 1916.

23. L. Lehmann and Co., 39, Jewin Street, E.C. Controller: Ernest Norton,

3, Crosby Square, E.C. 6th March, 1916.

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No. 188.-The following alteration has been made in the White List :--- For Messrs. Thomas, Adams and Wood, Canton, read Messrs. Little, Adams and Wood, Canton.

No. 189. The following corrected copy of the Register of Medical and Surgical Practitioners qualified to practise Medicine and Surgery in this Colony is published by me in accordance with the provisions of Ordinances No. 1 of 1884 and No. 31 of 1914.

PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Allan, James Cyril Dalmahoy.

Arculli, Hassan el

Alexandra Buildings.

15A, Kennedy Road.

Aubrey, George Ernest

Alexandra Buildings.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Edinburgh.

31st July, 1905.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of 6th July, 1912.

Surgery of the University of Liverpool, Licentiate of the Royal College of of Physicians (London); Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (Eng- land); Diplomate in Public Health (Liverpool) and a Diplomate of Tro- pical Medicine (Liverpool).

Member of the Royal College of Sur- geons (England); Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (London); and Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery of the London University.

Doctor of Medicine of the University of

Toronto.

1903.

1904.

9th June, 1905.

14th December,

1914.

Black, George Duncan Ralph...

Alexandra Buildings.

Chak Chiu Hang

亨朝翟

No. 42, Tung Street.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the University of Hongkong.

Coleman, Andrew Leslie Ed-

mund Filiner

Temporarily absent from the Colony.

Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of Aberdeen University.

17th April, 1907.

Costello, Francis Xavier

King Edward Hotel.

Licentiate in Midwifery of the Royal

College of Physicians, Ireland. Licentiate in Midwifery of the Royal

College of Surgeons, Ireland.

4th November, 1904.

Digby, Kenelm Hutchinson

University of Hongkong.

Fitzwilliams, Gerard Hall Lloyd

Alexandra Buildings.

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery of the University of London and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery and Doctor of Medicine, Edinburgh Uni- versity; and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.

9th February, 1907.

25th October, 1904.

Forsyth, Charles

Nathan Road, Kowloon.

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery,

Edinburgh.

11th August,

1898.

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons,

1902.

Edinburgh.

Gale, Daisy Annabella Murdoch

Galesend,

108B, The Peak.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of 7th November,

Surgery of the University of Glasgow.

1901.

Gibson, Robert McLean

London Mission House.

Master of Surgery and Bachelor of Me- 24th Oct., 1896.

dicine of the University of Edinburgh. Doctor of Medicine of the University of

1900.

Edinburgh.

Glaister, Joseph

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons,

Edinburgh.

Hongkong Hotel. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the University of Glasgow, and a Diplomate of Public Health of the Cambridge University.

1912.

19th July,

1905.

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No. 188.-The following alteration has been made in the White List :--- For Messrs. Thomas, Adams and Wood, Canton, read Messrs. Little, Adams and Wood, Canton.

No. 189. The following corrected copy of the Register of Medical and Surgical Practitioners qualified to practise Medicine and Surgery in this Colony is published by me in accordance with the provisions of Ordinances No. 1 of 1884 and No. 31 of 1914.

PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

Allan, James Cyril Dalmahoy.

Arculli, Hassan el

Alexandra Buildings.

15A, Kennedy Road.

Aubrey, George Ernest

Alexandra Buildings.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Edinburgh.

31st July, 1905.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of 6th July, 1912.

Surgery of the University of Liverpool, Licentiate of the Royal College of of Physicians (London); Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (Eng- land); Diplomate in Public Health (Liverpool) and a Diplomate of Tro- pical Medicine (Liverpool).

Member of the Royal College of Sur- geons (England); Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (London); and Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery of the London University.

Doctor of Medicine of the University of

Toronto.

1903.

1904.

9th June, 1905.

14th December,

1914.

Black, George Duncan Ralph...

Alexandra Buildings.

Chak Chiu Hang

亨朝翟

No. 42, Tung Street.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the University of Hongkong.

Coleman, Andrew Leslie Ed-

mund Filiner

Temporarily absent from the Colony.

Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of Aberdeen University.

17th April, 1907.

Costello, Francis Xavier

King Edward Hotel.

Licentiate in Midwifery of the Royal

College of Physicians, Ireland. Licentiate in Midwifery of the Royal

College of Surgeons, Ireland.

4th November, 1904.

Digby, Kenelm Hutchinson

University of Hongkong.

Fitzwilliams, Gerard Hall Lloyd

Alexandra Buildings.

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery of the University of London and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery and Doctor of Medicine, Edinburgh Uni- versity; and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.

9th February, 1907.

25th October, 1904.

Forsyth, Charles

Nathan Road, Kowloon.

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery,

Edinburgh.

11th August,

1898.

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons,

1902.

Edinburgh.

Gale, Daisy Annabella Murdoch

Galesend,

108B, The Peak.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of 7th November,

Surgery of the University of Glasgow.

1901.

Gibson, Robert McLean

London Mission House.

Master of Surgery and Bachelor of Me- 24th Oct., 1896.

dicine of the University of Edinburgh. Doctor of Medicine of the University of

1900.

Edinburgh.

Glaister, Joseph

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons,

Edinburgh.

Hongkong Hotel. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the University of Glasgow, and a Diplomate of Public Health of the Cambridge University.

1912.

19th July,

1905.

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PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY,-Continued.

NAME.

ADDRESS.

Gomes, Antonio Simplicio

Kowloon.

Gröue, Friedrich

Alexandra Buildings.

Harston, George Montagu

Alexandra Buildings.

Heanley, Charles Montague.....

Hoashoo, Singcha

Fairview, Kowloon.

243, Des Vœux Road.

Jordan, Gregory Paul

Alexandra

Buildings.

Kitashima, Kotaro

Krishnan, Sree Radba

Lee Sea Foon

芬樹李

No. 23, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Astor House Hotel.

12, Wyndham Street.

Killadoon, No. 151,

Majima, Keinosuke

Wanchai Road.

Marriott, Oswald

McGregor, Agnes Brymner

Mitchell, Isaiah Edward

Alexandra Buildings.

The Retreat, Peak.

London Mission, 2, Bonham Road.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, England; Licentiate in Midwifery of the same; Licentiate of the Royal Col- lege of Physicians, Edinburgh; Licen- tiate of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow.

Member of the Royal College of Sur- geons, England; Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, London.

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DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

1867.

2nd August,

1901.

Member of the Royal College of Surgeons; 10th Feb., 1898.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, London; Doctor of Medi- cine of the University of Londou; and Diplomate in Ophthalmology (Oxon.).

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery of the London University; Member of the Royal College of Surgeous (London); Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (London); and a Diplomate in Public Health and a Diplomate of Tro- pical Hygiene of Cambridge University.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Sur- geons and Physicians, Edinburgh and Glasgow, and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland.

9th November, 1900.

17th October, 1911.

Bachelor of Medicine and Master of Sur- 2nd Aug., 1880,

gery of the University of Edinburgh, and Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

and 21st Oct., 1884.

Doctor of Medicine of the University of 8th December,

Tokio.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hongkong.

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Che- mistry, and a Diplomate in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene of the Univer sity of Edinburgh.

Graduate of the Medical College of the

Imperial University, Tokio.

1897.

1st June, 1915.

22nd December, 1910.

30th March,

1898.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Phy- 26th Jan., 1900.

sicians of London, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England; Doctor of Medicine of the University of London;

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the same; and Doctor of Medicine of the University of Brussels.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of Glasgow University.

Bachelor of Arts, Doctor of Medicine and Master in Surgery of the University of Montreal.

Dec., 1908.

May, 1908.

1908.

1st November, 1900.

June, 1903.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of 14th December,

Surgery of the University of Hongkong.

1914.

Ozorio, Filomeno Maria Graça... 34, Queen's Road

Central.

Paterson,

Elliot

Randolph James

Nethersole Hospital.

Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of Medicine of the University of Edin- burgh.

18th December,

1911.

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PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY,-Continued.

NAME.

Paul, David Robert

ADDRESS.

Temporarily absent from the Colony.

Perkins, Eleanor Whitworth

Polishvala, Kaikhosru Jamsetji

Sanders, James Herbert

.......

Alice Memorial Hospital.

No. 2, Hollywood Road.

70, The Peak.

Sibree, Alice Deborah

Stedman, Frederic Osmund

Struthers, Ernest Black

Teh Lean Swee..

瑞連鄭

and Bank Buildings.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Phy- sicians of Edinburgh and Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, and Licentiate of Midwifery of the Royal College of Surgeons.

Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor of Sur-

gery of the London University.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

2nd January, 1884.

6th December, 1906.

Licentiate of Medicine and Surgery of 18th February,

the University of Bombay.

Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, England; Licentiate of the Royal Col- lege of Physiciaus, London; and Doctor of Medicine of the University of Brussels.

6, Bonham Road, Licentiate of the Royal College of Phy- sicians, Edinburgh; Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh ; Licentiate of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow.

22, The Peak, and Alexandra Buildings.

Alice Memorial and Affiliated Hospitals.

Tung Wah Hospital.

Member of the Royal College of Sur- geons, England; Licentiate of the So- ciety of Apothecaries, London; Doctor of Medicine of the University of Lon- don; Bachelor of Surgery of the same.

Bachelor of Medicine of the University of Toronto and a Diplomate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the University of Hongkong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the University of Hongkong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hongkong.

1902.

10th February,

1900.

1901.

30th Apr., 1885. 23rd Dec., 1884. 19th Dec., 1888. 21st Dec., 1887.

May, 1912.

December, 1915.

December, 1915.

30th May,

1914.

Teoh Cheng Toe

道清張

Ho Mui Ling Hospital.

Thomas, George Harold

Tung Wah

士嘉譚

Hospital.

Woods, Frederick Lindsay.

Kowloon.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the Cambridge University.

1905.

All Civil Medical Officers and all Medical Officers of His Majesty's Army and Navy respectively serving in Hongkong on full pay, shall be deemed to be registered under this Ordinance ( Ordinance No. 1 of 1884, Section 19).

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

5th May, 1916.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 190.--It is hereby notified that all ships lying at Government Moorings shall raise steam as soon as possible after the Black Signal is hoisted. Ships lying at B and C Buoys shall shift during daylight to an anchorage for the night. Any damage done to Government Moorings during typhoon weather will render the ship using same liable.

  All ships lying at Government Buoys should be prepared to let go an anchor well clear of the Moorings, and when necessary assist the Mooring by using main engines as requisite.

5th May, 1916.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

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PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTISE MEDICINE AND SURGERY,-Continued.

NAME.

Paul, David Robert

ADDRESS.

Temporarily absent from the Colony.

Perkins, Eleanor Whitworth

Polishvala, Kaikhosru Jamsetji

Sanders, James Herbert

.......

Alice Memorial Hospital.

No. 2, Hollywood Road.

70, The Peak.

Sibree, Alice Deborah

Stedman, Frederic Osmund

Struthers, Ernest Black

Teh Lean Swee..

瑞連鄭

and Bank Buildings.

NATURE OF QUALIFICATION.

Licentiate of the Royal College of Phy- sicians of Edinburgh and Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, and Licentiate of Midwifery of the Royal College of Surgeons.

Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor of Sur-

gery of the London University.

DATE OF QUALIFICATION.

2nd January, 1884.

6th December, 1906.

Licentiate of Medicine and Surgery of 18th February,

the University of Bombay.

Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, England; Licentiate of the Royal Col- lege of Physiciaus, London; and Doctor of Medicine of the University of Brussels.

6, Bonham Road, Licentiate of the Royal College of Phy- sicians, Edinburgh; Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh ; Licentiate of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow.

22, The Peak, and Alexandra Buildings.

Alice Memorial and Affiliated Hospitals.

Tung Wah Hospital.

Member of the Royal College of Sur- geons, England; Licentiate of the So- ciety of Apothecaries, London; Doctor of Medicine of the University of Lon- don; Bachelor of Surgery of the same.

Bachelor of Medicine of the University of Toronto and a Diplomate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the University of Hongkong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of

Surgery of the University of Hongkong.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University of Hongkong.

1902.

10th February,

1900.

1901.

30th Apr., 1885. 23rd Dec., 1884. 19th Dec., 1888. 21st Dec., 1887.

May, 1912.

December, 1915.

December, 1915.

30th May,

1914.

Teoh Cheng Toe

道清張

Ho Mui Ling Hospital.

Thomas, George Harold

Tung Wah

士嘉譚

Hospital.

Woods, Frederick Lindsay.

Kowloon.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the Cambridge University.

1905.

All Civil Medical Officers and all Medical Officers of His Majesty's Army and Navy respectively serving in Hongkong on full pay, shall be deemed to be registered under this Ordinance ( Ordinance No. 1 of 1884, Section 19).

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

5th May, 1916.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 190.--It is hereby notified that all ships lying at Government Moorings shall raise steam as soon as possible after the Black Signal is hoisted. Ships lying at B and C Buoys shall shift during daylight to an anchorage for the night. Any damage done to Government Moorings during typhoon weather will render the ship using same liable.

  All ships lying at Government Buoys should be prepared to let go an anchor well clear of the Moorings, and when necessary assist the Mooring by using main engines as requisite.

5th May, 1916.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 5, 1916.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

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No. 191.-Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hongkong, during the month of April, 1916.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

WIND.

CLOUDI SUN-

RAIN.

DATE.

NESS. SHINE.

AT

M.S.L.

Max. Mean.

Min.

Rel. Abs.

Dir. Vel.

ins.

29.86

p. c.

ins.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points. Miles

p.h.

71.7 66.0

60.6

81

0.52

98

0.8

1.175

E by N 10.5

I,

.95

60.9

2,

30.10

60.0 62.6 60.5 58.7 89

57.9 89

•46

100

0.555

E 23.7

·47

100

0.725

NE by E 5.6

3,

.20

64.6 60.9

58.0 78

.42

100

0.5

0.020 ENE

11.4

4,

.25

63.6

60.1

56.8 62

.32

98

0.4

0.015

NE 7.1

5,

.20

66.2

61.8

6,

58.0 50

.27

96

E

2.4

14.

.16

69.0

65.2

60.9

59

-37

83

7.0

ESE ¡19.5

7,

8,

.09

73.4

68.2

64.5

80

.55

86

6.9

E by S 15.6

ΟΙ

73.8

9,

66.3 69.9

92

.67

91

0.5

E

10.3

10,

.03

76.5

68.9

65.4 95

.67

100

1.0

1.735

* ESE

6.3

II,

.09

68.9

65.5

62.5

82

.52

99

I. I

0.025

E by S

19.4

.08

12,

74.0

68.4

64.4

80

.56

64

6.0

ESE

14.9

13,

.03

78.3 72.1

67.7

81

.64

26

8.4

ESE

6.7

14.

29.97

78.0

71.0

66.5

90

.68

53

6.4

E by S 3.6

15,

.91

81.2

74.0

68.2

.70

35

9.1

16,

.97

72.8 70.3

67.9

90

.67

62

5.7

.92

79.0

72.4

67.9

84

.67

8.8

E by S

NW by W 4.7 E by S 13.4

7.4

17,

189

.87

77.4

72.8

69.4 88

.70

56

9.3

E by S

11.4

.82

78.6

73.1 70.4 94

•77

95

0.7

0.040

ESE

7.8

19,

.79

81.3

75.2 72.4 93

.82

4.1

ESE

7.5

20,

.80

79.6

75-7 72.9 91

.81

60

7.8

ESE

9.8

21,

.85

80.6

76.1 72.4 89

.80

43

10.5

E by S

11.0

22,

239

.84

85.3 77.4

72.8 82

.77

35

I.O

0.005

SE

5.2

.83

84.8 77.5

72.2 78

.74

50

8.7

W by N

4.7

25,

.85 81.7 77.2 73.0

79

.74

9.6

SE by E

7.4

26,

.93

77.7

74.5

72.2

86

.74

81

5.7

E

17.4

.92

74.0

73.2 72.3

87

.71

99

E

22.2

27,

28,

.89

76.0 73.4

71.7

9

.75

92

1. I

E by S

16.4

29,

....

.83 82.8 77.7 72.8

86

.82

66

5.4

SE

9.9

.86

85.8

80.4 76.8 82

.85

6.1

S by E

7.7

30,

Sum.

Sum.

Mean.

29.96

70.6 75.3

67.1 83

0:64

74 145.0

4.295

E by S

I.I

 Maximum,.. Mean,

T

Minimum,

MEANS OF 30 YEARS (1884 TO 1913 INCLUSIVE) FOR APRIL :-

29.96 29.92

30.03 77-7 74.6

66.9 70.2 66.5 71.5

69.6 73.1

89

.70

89

160.0 14.890

18.9

85

.63

80

112.5 5.511

E

14.7

63.7

79

.57

61

53.3

1.235

12.2

The rainfall for the month of April at the Botanical Gardens was 4ins. 68 on 8 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 6ins.00 on 8 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 5.52 on 8 days. The mean wind velocity was the lowest on record.

Ath May, 1916.

T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

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No. 15.

[L.S.]

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 12, 1916.

PROCLAMATIONS.

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same:

  Whereas by the second section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as amended by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned to be exported from the Colony of Hongkong arms ammunition and gunpowder military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor may judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of military or naval stores provisions or any sort of victual which may be used as food by man or any or either of such arms ammunition. gunpowder stores goods or articles respectively:

  And whereas by the third section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as enacted by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned the exportation of all or any of the following articles namely arms ammunition military and naval stores. and any articles which the Governor shall judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores to any country or place therein named whenever the Governor by and with the advice aforesaid shall judge such prohibition to be expedient in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-opera- tion with His Majesty's forces :

  And whereas by the fourth section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as renumbered by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may whilst any such proclamation is in force permit to be exported or to be water-borne to be so exported any particular articles or class of articles the export of which is prohibited by such proclamation to such persons and on such terms and sub- ject to such conditions and regulations if any as to the Governor may seem fit and may at any time revoke or vary the terms of any such permission:

  And whereas by sub-clause (9) of clause III of the order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria-in-Council made on the 26th day of October 1896 as amended by the order of His Majesty-in-Council made on the 28th day of August 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may prohibit the export from the Colony of any article:

  And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of September 1915 the exporta- tion of certain articles therein referred to from the Colony was prohibited to certain or all destinations:

  And whereas by proclamations dated respectively the 1st and 29th days of October the 19th day of November and the 10th 24th and 31st days of December 1915 the 7th and 21st days of January and the 11th and 18th days of February and the 17th 24th and 31st days of March and the 20th day of April 1916 the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 was amended as therein stated:

  And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of December 1915 the said pro- clamation of the 10th day of December 1915 was amended as therein stated:

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 12, 1916.

245

And whereas it is expedient that the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid should be further amended:

   And whereas the articles other than arms ammunition or military or naval stores hereinafter enumerated are articles which I with the advice aforesaid judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores:

And whereas in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-operation with His Majesty's forces I with the advice aforesaid have deemed it expedient to prohibit the exportation of the articles hereinafter enumerated:

   Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same by and with the advice of the Executive Council of this Colony and in virtue and exercise of the aforesaid powers do by this Proclamation declare and it is hereby declared that the above- mentioned proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid be and the same is hereby further amended as follows:----

(1.) That the heading "Silk, Shantung, in the piece", in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all destinations other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protectorates be deleted, and that there be substituted therefor the heading "Shantung silk". (2.) That the heading "Sugar of all kinds, refined and unrefined" in the list of goods the exportation of which is prohibited to all destinations other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protectorates be deleted, and that there be substituted therefor the heading "Cane and beet sugar, unrefined or refined including candy".

(3.) That the heading "Gums, resins, balsams, and resinous substances of all kinds, except such as contain caoutchouc" in the list of goods the expor- tation of which is prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal be deleted, and there be substituted therefor the heading:

Gums, resins, balsams and resinous substances of all kinds, except

such as contain caoutchouc, and except gum tragacanth.

(4.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all destinations other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protecto-

rates:

Acetic acid;

Chemicals, drugs, &c. :---

Guaiacol and guaiacol carbonate;

Senna leaves and pods;

Stramonium leaves and seeds;

Cinematograph films;

Clinical thermometers;

Ferro-silicon;

Gramophone and other sound records;

Gum tragacanth;

Hypodermic syringes ;

Manufactured fuel :

Photographic sensitive films, plates and printing paper whether

exposed or not;

Platinum, salts of;

Radium ;

Ramie stockings and ramie fabrics for the manufacture of gas

mantles;

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 12, 1916.

Silica bricks:

Silk and silk manufactures, the following:-

Broad silks of all kinds, whether all silk or of silk mixed with other yarns (except with artificial silk yarn or metal threads), in the grey or discharged, undyed, dyed or printed, but unweighted;

Schappe and spun yarns; Silk, raw or thrown;

Silk waste;

Surgical instruments ;

X-Ray apparatus.

(5.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal:-

Absinthe;

Chemicals, the following:

Barium sulphate;

Calcium sulphate;

Iron sulphates;

Sodium sulphate and bisulphate (including nitre cake);

Strontium sulphate ;

Glucose and malt sugar;

Leather, varnished, japanned or enamelled ;

Leather waste;

Linen thread;

Rock crystal;

Salt, rock and white, except table salt;

Spices, all kinds of, other than pepper, but including pimento ;

Starch, including dextrine, farina and potato flour.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 12th day of May 1916.

By Command,

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

No. 16.

[L.S.]

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

   By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same:

   Whereas by an Order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria in Council made on the 26th day of October 1896 (hereinafter called the Principal Order) it was provided that the said Order should apply to and have effect in all or any of the Colonies specified in the Schedule thereto in which it should be proclaimed by the Governor of the Colony and should come into operation in each such Colony on being so proclaimed therein and should continue in operation therein until the Governor should by proclamation declare that it had ceased to be in operation therein.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 12, 1916.

And whereas the Colony of Hongkong is specified in the said Schedule:

247

And whereas the said Principal Order was proclaimed in this Colony by me on the 5th day of August 1914 and is still in operation herein :

   And whereas the said Order was by an Order in Council dated the 21st day of March 1916 (hereinafter called the Amending Order) amended as therein stated:

And whereas it was provided in the said Amending Order that the said Amending Order shall come into operation in any such Colony as may be named in the Schedule to the Principal Order on the said Principal Order being proclaimed in such Colony by the Governor :

Now Therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same do hereby proclaim in this Colony the said Principal Order as amended by the said Amending Order.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 12th day of May 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 192. It is hereby notified that the following society has been exempted by the Governor-in-Council from registration under the Societies Ordinance, 1911, (Ordi- nance No. 47 of 1911), and its name is hereby added to the List of Exempted Societies, published in Government Notification No. 165 of 1916, under the following heading :-

Miscellaneous.

The Hongkong and China District St. John Ambulance Brigade Overseas.

4th May, 1916.

No. 193.

  Order made by the Governor in Council under Sub-section (2) of Section 3 of the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1916), on the 11th day of May, 1916. -

  The list of persons and bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, with whom trading is prohibited by the Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Proclamation, Hongkong, 1916, which was made on the 28th day of April, 1916, is hereby amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto.

Schedule.

ADDITIONS TO LIST.

ARGENTINE REPUBLIC.

Bunge, Ernesto A., and Born, J., B.Mitre 226, Buenos Aires.

Hardy, E., & Co. (formerly Hardy and Mühlenkamp), Buenos Aires and Rosario. Weil Hermanos & Co., Buenos Aires.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 12, 1916.

And whereas the Colony of Hongkong is specified in the said Schedule:

247

And whereas the said Principal Order was proclaimed in this Colony by me on the 5th day of August 1914 and is still in operation herein :

   And whereas the said Order was by an Order in Council dated the 21st day of March 1916 (hereinafter called the Amending Order) amended as therein stated:

And whereas it was provided in the said Amending Order that the said Amending Order shall come into operation in any such Colony as may be named in the Schedule to the Principal Order on the said Principal Order being proclaimed in such Colony by the Governor :

Now Therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same do hereby proclaim in this Colony the said Principal Order as amended by the said Amending Order.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 12th day of May 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 192. It is hereby notified that the following society has been exempted by the Governor-in-Council from registration under the Societies Ordinance, 1911, (Ordi- nance No. 47 of 1911), and its name is hereby added to the List of Exempted Societies, published in Government Notification No. 165 of 1916, under the following heading :-

Miscellaneous.

The Hongkong and China District St. John Ambulance Brigade Overseas.

4th May, 1916.

No. 193.

  Order made by the Governor in Council under Sub-section (2) of Section 3 of the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1916), on the 11th day of May, 1916. -

  The list of persons and bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, with whom trading is prohibited by the Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Proclamation, Hongkong, 1916, which was made on the 28th day of April, 1916, is hereby amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto.

Schedule.

ADDITIONS TO LIST.

ARGENTINE REPUBLIC.

Bunge, Ernesto A., and Born, J., B.Mitre 226, Buenos Aires.

Hardy, E., & Co. (formerly Hardy and Mühlenkamp), Buenos Aires and Rosario. Weil Hermanos & Co., Buenos Aires.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 12, 1916.

And whereas the Colony of Hongkong is specified in the said Schedule:

247

And whereas the said Principal Order was proclaimed in this Colony by me on the 5th day of August 1914 and is still in operation herein :

   And whereas the said Order was by an Order in Council dated the 21st day of March 1916 (hereinafter called the Amending Order) amended as therein stated:

And whereas it was provided in the said Amending Order that the said Amending Order shall come into operation in any such Colony as may be named in the Schedule to the Principal Order on the said Principal Order being proclaimed in such Colony by the Governor :

Now Therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same do hereby proclaim in this Colony the said Principal Order as amended by the said Amending Order.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 12th day of May 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 192. It is hereby notified that the following society has been exempted by the Governor-in-Council from registration under the Societies Ordinance, 1911, (Ordi- nance No. 47 of 1911), and its name is hereby added to the List of Exempted Societies, published in Government Notification No. 165 of 1916, under the following heading :-

Miscellaneous.

The Hongkong and China District St. John Ambulance Brigade Overseas.

4th May, 1916.

No. 193.

  Order made by the Governor in Council under Sub-section (2) of Section 3 of the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1916), on the 11th day of May, 1916. -

  The list of persons and bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, with whom trading is prohibited by the Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Proclamation, Hongkong, 1916, which was made on the 28th day of April, 1916, is hereby amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto.

Schedule.

ADDITIONS TO LIST.

ARGENTINE REPUBLIC.

Bunge, Ernesto A., and Born, J., B.Mitre 226, Buenos Aires.

Hardy, E., & Co. (formerly Hardy and Mühlenkamp), Buenos Aires and Rosario. Weil Hermanos & Co., Buenos Aires.

248

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 12,

1916.

MOROCCO.

Jahn (or Yahn) & Toledano, Laraiche.

NETHERLANDS.

Van Perlstein & Co., Singel, 512, Amsterdam.

Abdul Rahim Arab.

PERSIA.

Agha Muhammad Yusuf Khabbez Beglaroff, Kazvin.

Agha Muhammad Ismail Isfahani, Meshed.

Amin-ut-Tujjar (alias Agha Isfahansi), Ispahan. Baue, Tehran.

Bonati (Schwerin), Tehran.

Christodoroff, Zares, Resht.

Eger Brothers, Meshed.

Farbwerke vorm. Meister Lucius & Brunig, Ispahan.

Fars Company, Shiraz.

Haji Abbas Arab, Ispahan.

Haji Abdur Rahman Shirazi, Bombay and Shiraz.

Haji Amin, Ispahan.

Haji Goulam Hussein, Sons of, Resht.

Haji Lutfali Tabrizi, Tehran.

Haji Muhammad Reza, Ispahan.

Haji Mihammed Ibrahim (Malik-ut-Tujjar), Ispahan.

Haji Muhammad Ibrahim Tehrani Sakkon, Tehran.

Haji Muhammad Welinkani, Kerman.

Haji Saleh Arab, Successors of, riz.-Haji Amin, Haji Mohammed Reza and

Zafar, Ispahan.

Herold, M., Meshed.

Hoffman, Meshed.

Ismaloff (Georges & Jean), Kazvin.

Ittahadie Fils, Tehran.

Keprielli, Meshed.

Lascarides Frères, Resht.

Maison Hollandaise (Prins, C. F.), Tehran.

Malik-ut-Tujjar (Haji Muhammed Ibrahim), Ispahan.

Meshedi Ismail Salmasi, Kerman.

Meshedi Goulam Ali, Resht.

Minassiantz, A., Tehran.

Mir Abdul Baghi & Sons, Kermanshah.

Missirian, Kermau.

Muhammad Mehdi Samsar Isfaman.

Muhmmad Saleh, Resht.

Mustafa Husseini, Tehran.

Papadopoulo, Hariles, Resht.

Pascalidi Frères, Resht.

Persische Teppiche A/G, Ispahan.

Prins, C. F. (Maison Hollandaise), Tehran.

Rahim Ittahadie (Ittahadie Fils), Tehran.

Roever, Wilhelm, Shiraz.

Sadik Afshar, Yezd.

Safa & Co., Limited, Bushire.

Seskiel Nawi, Tehran.

Société du Tombac, Ispahan.

Sofer, D. J. & S., Hamadan. Tabibian, M., Resht.

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249

Tehallis, Demetri, Resht.

Tehallis, Leandros, Resht.

Tehallis, Sotiri, Resht.

Wassmuss.

Wonckhaus & Co., Bushire.

Yavash Oghli, Resht.

Zafar, Ispahan.

Zarour, Sion, Hamadan.

Zilka, Abrahamn Joseph, Kermanshah.

Deuss, Paul.

PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA.

Mebel, Beira.

Villardo, Ricarto, Beira.

Vithaljee, Bhatt, Lourenço Marques.

SWEDEN.

Harmsen, Wilhelm & Co., Stockholm.

REMOVALS FROM LIST.

NETHERLANDS.

Van Perlstein & Co., Singel, 532, Amsterdam. (a)

SWEDEN.

Hanson, Wilhelm & Co., Vasag, 6, Stockholm. (a)·

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

11th May, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 194. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. DAVID TEMPLETON to the temporary rank of 2nd Lieutenant in the Engineer Company of the Hongkong Volunteer Corps, with effect from the 11th May, 1916.

12th May, 1916.

No. 195. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to recognise, provisionally and pending the receipt of instructions from His Majesty's Government, Monsieur ANIBAL PUCCIO as Consul for Peru in Hongkong.

12th May, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 196. The following addition to the Dental Register published in Govern- ment Notification No. 438 of the 24th September, 1915, pursuant to Ordinance No. 16 of 1914, is published for general information :---

Exempted person : TANG YUK (煜鄧)

S

(a) These entries appear in a corrected form in the list of additions to the schedule.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 12, 1916.

249

Tehallis, Demetri, Resht.

Tehallis, Leandros, Resht.

Tehallis, Sotiri, Resht.

Wassmuss.

Wonckhaus & Co., Bushire.

Yavash Oghli, Resht.

Zafar, Ispahan.

Zarour, Sion, Hamadan.

Zilka, Abrahamn Joseph, Kermanshah.

Deuss, Paul.

PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA.

Mebel, Beira.

Villardo, Ricarto, Beira.

Vithaljee, Bhatt, Lourenço Marques.

SWEDEN.

Harmsen, Wilhelm & Co., Stockholm.

REMOVALS FROM LIST.

NETHERLANDS.

Van Perlstein & Co., Singel, 532, Amsterdam. (a)

SWEDEN.

Hanson, Wilhelm & Co., Vasag, 6, Stockholm. (a)·

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

11th May, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

No. 194. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. DAVID TEMPLETON to the temporary rank of 2nd Lieutenant in the Engineer Company of the Hongkong Volunteer Corps, with effect from the 11th May, 1916.

12th May, 1916.

No. 195. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to recognise, provisionally and pending the receipt of instructions from His Majesty's Government, Monsieur ANIBAL PUCCIO as Consul for Peru in Hongkong.

12th May, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 196. The following addition to the Dental Register published in Govern- ment Notification No. 438 of the 24th September, 1915, pursuant to Ordinance No. 16 of 1914, is published for general information :---

Exempted person : TANG YUK (煜鄧)

S

(a) These entries appear in a corrected form in the list of additions to the schedule.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 12, 1916.

No. 197.The following Order of His Majesty in Council of the 21st March, 1916, is published for general information.

   The Order in Council has been applied to Hongkong by Proclamation No. 16 of His Excellency the Governor which is printed on pages 246 and 247 of this issue of the Gazette.

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE, THE 21ST DAY OF MARCH, 1916.

PRESENT,

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY

LORD PRESIDENT

LORD CHAMBERLAIN

VISCOUNT KNOLLYS

MR. SECRETARY BONAR LAW

MR. W. M. HUGHES.

WHEREAS by an Order in Council, dated the 26th day of October, 1896, (herein-

after referred to as the Principal Order), Her Majesty Queen Victoria was pleased to make provision for the security of the Colonies mentioned in the Schedule to that Order in times of emergency:

   And whereas the Principal Order was, by Orders in Council dated the 14th day of October, 1913, and the 20th day of August, 1914, amended by the insertion in the Schedule thereto of certain other Colonies:

   And whereas it is expedient to amend the Principal Order in manner herein-after appearing:

   Now, Therefore, His Majesty is pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:-

   1. This Order shall be construed and read as one with the Principal Order, and shall apply to and have effect in all or any of the Colonies specified in the Schedule to the Principal Order, or added thereto by the Orders in Council dated the 14th day of October, 1913, and the 20th day of August, 1914, or by any future Order in Council, and shall come into operation in each such Colony on the Principal Order being pro- claimed therein by the Governor, and shall continue in operation therein until the Governor shall by Proclamation declare that the Principal Order shall cease to be in operation therein.

2. In this Order the words "The Colony mean any Colony specified in the Schedule to the Principal Order, or added thereto by the Orders in Council dated the 14th day of October, 1913, and the 20th day of August, 1914, or by any future Order in Council, and its Dependencies, and the term "Governor" means the person for the time being administering the Government of the Colony.

3. So long as the Principal Order shall be in operation in any Colony, for sub-clause 1 of Clause III. of the Principal Order the following provisions shall be substituted :--

   III.-1 (A). The Governor may make Regulations for securing the public safety and the defence of the Colony, and as to the powers and duties for that purpose of the Governor and the Officers of any of His Majesty's naval or military forces, and other persons acting in their behalf, and in particular may by such Regulaitons make pro- vision with regard to all matters coming within the classes of subjects herein-after enumerated, that is to say:

I. Censorship, and the control and suppression of publications, writings, maps, plans, photographs, communications and means of communication;

II. Arrest, detention, exclusion, and deportation;

III. Control of the harbours, ports, and territorial waters of the Colony, and

the movements of vessels;

IV. Transportation by land, air, or water, and the control of the transport of

persons and things;

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V. Trading, exportation, importation, production, and manufacture;

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VI. Appropriation, control, forfeiture and disposition of property, and of the

use thereof;

and may by such Regulations authorize the trial by Courts Martial or Civil Courts, or in the case of minor offences by Courts of Summary Jurisdiction, of persons committing offences against the Regulations, and the infliction by such Civil Courts of the following punishments, that is to say :---

(a.) In the case of Courts of Summary Jurisdiction, imprisonment with or without hard labour for a term not exceeding six months, or a fine not exceeding £100, or both such imprisonment and fine; and

(b.) In the case of other Courts, penal servitude for life or any less punishment, or, in the case of offences where intention of assisting the enemy is proved, death or any less punishment.

  (B.) For the purpose of the trial of a person for an offence against such Regulations by Court Martial and the punishment thereof, the person may be proceeded against and dealt with as if he were a person subject to military law and has on active service committed an offence under Section 5 of the Army Act:

  Provided that where it is proved that the offence is committed with the intention of assisting the enemy a person convicted of such an offence by a Court Martial shall be liable to suffer death.

(c.) Any provision of any law of the Colony which may be inconsistent with any Regulation made by the Governor under this sub-clause shall be suspended and of no effect during the continuance of such Regulation.

  4. The Governor may, if he thinks fit, delegate to the naval or military authorities in the Colony any of his powers under the Principal Order.

ALMERIC FITZROY.

Cargo for Hongkong on board enemy ships.

  No. 198. The attention of the public is called to the necessity of obtaining licences from the Government before any cargo can be brought forward to Hongkong from enemy ships which are sheltering in neutral ports, and importers and others are warned that if they bring forward any such cargo without a licence they are liable to be proceeded against under the Trading with the Enemy Ordinances, and that the cargo itself will be liable to be condemned to the Crown on arrival here.

  One condition of the licences which will be issued will be that information must be given beforehand to the Proper Officer of the Crown (Crown Solicitor) of the expected arrival of the cargo, with particulars of the marks, numbers and consignees.

Licences will be given to bring forward cargo of the following classes :---

(a.) Cargo which is British property ;

(b.) Cargo which is enemy property but is under lien to some approved bank; (c.) Cargo which is enemy property but which was at the outbreak of war under lien to some approved bank, the lien of which has since been satisfied by the consignee.

In this connection it must be pointed out that cargo is not necessarily British pro- perty because it is consigned to a British firm. Where the cargo has been financed by bills which have been negotiated by a bank, and the bank holds the shipping documents, the property almost certainly remains in the shipper, and if the shipper has become an enemy by reason of the outbreak of war, the cargo is enemy property. The acceptance or payment of the bills by the consignees after the outbreak of war has not the effect of passing the property from the shippers to the consignees, so that even if the bills have been paid the cargo is still enemy property.

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VI. Appropriation, control, forfeiture and disposition of property, and of the

use thereof;

and may by such Regulations authorize the trial by Courts Martial or Civil Courts, or in the case of minor offences by Courts of Summary Jurisdiction, of persons committing offences against the Regulations, and the infliction by such Civil Courts of the following punishments, that is to say :---

(a.) In the case of Courts of Summary Jurisdiction, imprisonment with or without hard labour for a term not exceeding six months, or a fine not exceeding £100, or both such imprisonment and fine; and

(b.) In the case of other Courts, penal servitude for life or any less punishment, or, in the case of offences where intention of assisting the enemy is proved, death or any less punishment.

  (B.) For the purpose of the trial of a person for an offence against such Regulations by Court Martial and the punishment thereof, the person may be proceeded against and dealt with as if he were a person subject to military law and has on active service committed an offence under Section 5 of the Army Act:

  Provided that where it is proved that the offence is committed with the intention of assisting the enemy a person convicted of such an offence by a Court Martial shall be liable to suffer death.

(c.) Any provision of any law of the Colony which may be inconsistent with any Regulation made by the Governor under this sub-clause shall be suspended and of no effect during the continuance of such Regulation.

  4. The Governor may, if he thinks fit, delegate to the naval or military authorities in the Colony any of his powers under the Principal Order.

ALMERIC FITZROY.

Cargo for Hongkong on board enemy ships.

  No. 198. The attention of the public is called to the necessity of obtaining licences from the Government before any cargo can be brought forward to Hongkong from enemy ships which are sheltering in neutral ports, and importers and others are warned that if they bring forward any such cargo without a licence they are liable to be proceeded against under the Trading with the Enemy Ordinances, and that the cargo itself will be liable to be condemned to the Crown on arrival here.

  One condition of the licences which will be issued will be that information must be given beforehand to the Proper Officer of the Crown (Crown Solicitor) of the expected arrival of the cargo, with particulars of the marks, numbers and consignees.

Licences will be given to bring forward cargo of the following classes :---

(a.) Cargo which is British property ;

(b.) Cargo which is enemy property but is under lien to some approved bank; (c.) Cargo which is enemy property but which was at the outbreak of war under lien to some approved bank, the lien of which has since been satisfied by the consignee.

In this connection it must be pointed out that cargo is not necessarily British pro- perty because it is consigned to a British firm. Where the cargo has been financed by bills which have been negotiated by a bank, and the bank holds the shipping documents, the property almost certainly remains in the shipper, and if the shipper has become an enemy by reason of the outbreak of war, the cargo is enemy property. The acceptance or payment of the bills by the consignees after the outbreak of war has not the effect of passing the property from the shippers to the consignees, so that even if the bills have been paid the cargo is still enemy property.

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   No. 199. It is hereby notified that all homeward bound ships using the Suez route, which sail from the Colony on or after the 1st June, are required to produce their Manifest and copies of the Bills of Lading of all cargo for Europe at the Office of the Superintendent of Imports and Exports before the ship receives her pass, in time for the Manifest and Bills of Lading to be checked against the export permits. A separate manifest must be used for all such cargo exported from the Colony to Europe, and the number of the export permit must be entered against each item.

   No. 200.-It is hereby notified that all persons wishing to land in Egypt must have passports and, if not British subjects, must have their passports endorsed by British Consular Officer or other competent British Official.

   Persons proceeding to Egypt from the United Kingdom must have their passports endorsed at the Passport Department of the Foreign Office, and application for the visa should be made at least three days before the date of their proposed departure.

   Passports or visas are granted only to those persons who are travelling on recognised and necessary business, and are refused to all ladies, save in very exceptional circum- stances, and subject to previous reference to the High Commissioner at Cairo.

   No. 201.-The following corrected copy of the Dental Register is published by me in accordance with the provisions of Ordinance No. 16 of 1914:

Dental Surgeons.

ASGER, MEHDY EDWARD.

CARVALHO, ARTHUR DE.

CHAUN, MOON HUNG.

JONES, EDWARD EVAN.

KEW, FREDERICK HOWARD.

熊夢周

KEW, IRVIN WHITELEY.

MCKEAN, GEORGE WILLIAM.

NOBLE, JOSEPH WHITTLESEY.

Exempted Persons.

CHENG SHIU-CHUN,

春肇鄭

CHENG WING-LEW,

詠燎

FONG, CHARLES, alias FoNG TSZ-KING.

FONG, HARRY.

KONG TAT-YUEN,

LAU IU-TSUN.

LAU PAK-WAL

LAU TSZ-WAI.

PEN Ü-TUNG.

TAM HA-FONG,

TANG YUK.

TO, HERBERT.

YAMASAKI, TASHO,

YEUNG, SHIU CHUN.

敬慈鄺 敬源鄺 源達鄺 泉耀劉 1# 16 0 威子劉 東耀潘 舫霞譚 煜 鄧

THE

泉少楊

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No. 202.---It is hereby notified that the nine codes authorised under British Censor- ship may now be used in telegrams exchanged with the Azores as well as Portuguese extra-European Colonies.

No. 203. The following names of countries which prohibit the import of prepared opium or dross opium are notified in accordance with the provisions of Section 34 of the Opium Ordinance, 1914:-

(1.) United States of America,

(2.) Philippine Islands,

(3.) Netherlands-India,

(4.) Siam,

(5.) Japan,

(6.) Australia,

(7.) Canada,

(8.) Kwong Chau Wan,

(9.) Panama; except when required for medical purposes and an official certi-

ficate to that effect is produced,

(10.) Norway,

(11.) Persia.

12th May, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary,

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 204.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has expired and that it will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 6th day of June, 1916, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

No. 22 of 1902.

Kwong Chi Koon Dispensary, Cheong Lan Street, Canton, and 19 Queen's Road Central, Victoria, Hongkong.

6th May, 1916.

No. 205.-It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:-

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

No. 18 of 1902.

6th May, 1902.

Ferd. Bornemann, Shanghai.

6th May,

1930.

13

No. 19 of

Do.

Do.

Do.

42

1902.

No. 20 of

Do.

Do.

Do.

43

1902.

No. 21 of

Do.

Do.

Do.

13

1902.

-l

6th May, 1916.

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No. 206. It is hereby notified that the following Letters Patent have been granted:

Number.

Date of Grant.

Name of Grantee.

Address of Grantee.

Description of Invention.

No. 5 of 4th May, 1916. Empire Machine A

1916.

Company as assigu- ees of the Window Glass Machine Company of Far- mers Bank Build- ing, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, United States of America.

corporation under the Laws of the State of New Jersey, United States of America, of Pittsburg, Allegheny County, Penn- sylvania, United States of America.

An invention for a method of drawing hollow glass articles and apparatus therefor.

No. 6 of

Do.

1916.

Do.

Do.

No. 7 of

Do.

Do.

Do.

1916.

No. 8 of

Do.

Do.

Do.

1916.

No. 9 of

Do.

Do.

Do.

1916.

No. 10 of

Do.

Do.

Do.

1916.

No. 11 of

Do.

Do.

Do.

1916.

No. 12 of

Do.

Do.

Do.

1916.

No. 13 of

Do.

Do.

Do.

1916.

No. 14 of

Do.

Do.

1916.

Do.

No. 15 of

Do.

Empire

Machine

Do.

1916

Company as 205-

signees of Sieg-

mund Sokal.

No. 16 of

Do.

Do.

Do.

1916.

No. 17 of

Do.

Empire

Machine

Do.

1916.

Company as as-

signees of Horace

Edward Smythe

of House Building. Pittsburg,

Penn-

sylvania, United

States of America.

An invention for an im- proved method of drawing hollow glass articles.

An invention for improved method of drawing hollow glass articles.

An invention for improved method of drawing hollow glass articles and appara- tus therefor.

An invention for improve- ments in apparatus for melting and drawing glass.

An invention for improve- ments in apparatus for drawing glass.

An invention for improve- ments in drawing hollow glass bodies.

An invention for improve- ments in apparatus for drawing glass.

An invention for improve- ments in apparatus for drawing glass.

An invention for improved

method of and apparatus for drawing glass.

An invention for improve- ments in drawing glass.

An invention for Capform- ing device for glass-draw- ing apparatus.

An invention for improve- ments in glass pot heat- ing furnaces.

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Number.

Date of Graut.

Name of Grantee.

Address of Grantee.

Description of Invention.

No 18 of 1916.

4th May,

1916.

Empire Machine A corporation under the Company as as- Laws of the State of signees of Matthew New Jersey, United King McMullin of States of America of 419 Wood Street, Pittsburg, Allegheny! Pittsburg, in the County, Pennsylvania, State of Pennsyl- United States of America. vania, United

States of America.

An invention for improve- ments in the manufacture of window glass.

No. 19 of 1916.

Do.

Empire Machine

Do.

Company as as- signees of Otis Allen Wells of Arnold Borough,

No. 20 of 1916.

Do.

Empire

No. 21 of 1916.

Do.

10th May, 1916.

Westmoreland

County, Pennsyl- vania, United

States of America.

Machine

Company as as- signees of John Murphy of Hart- ford City, Black- ford County, Indiana, United States of America.

Empire Machine Company as as. signees of Herbert Sefton-Jones of the firm of W. P. Thompson & Co, 285 High Holborn, London, W.C.

Do.

Do.

An invention for improve- ments in taking-down apparatus for glass cylin- ders.

:

An invention for improve- ments in and relating to capping off apparatus.

An invention for improve- ments in drawing glass cylinders.

E. CARPMAEL,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

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No. 207.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 12, 1916.

TYPHOON-WARNINGS ISSUED BY THE ROYAL OBSERVATORY, HONGKONG.

Day Signals.

    Typhoon Signals, according to the following Code, will be displayed when necessary at the MAST HEAD of the Typhoon Signal Mast on Signal Hill, Kowloon Point, from sunrise to sunset. They do not necessarily imply that bad weather is expected here :-

{

Signal No.

Signal No.

1.

A CONE

point upwards

indicates a Typhoon to the North of the Colony.

5.

A CONE point downwards

indicates a Typhoon to the South of the Colony.

A CONE point upwards

indicates a Typhoon to the North-East

6.

of the

and DRUM

Colony.

below

A CONE point downwards and BALL below

indicates a Typhoon to the South-West

of

the

Colony.

3.

A DRUM

indicates a Typhoon to the East of the Colony.

7. A BALL

indicates a Typhoon to the West of the Colony.

1.

A CONE

point downwards

and DRUM

indicates a Typhoon to the South-East Colony,

8.

of the

below

A CONE point upwards and BALL below.

indicates a Typhoon to the North-West

Colony.

of

the

Red Signals indicate that the centre is believed to be more than 300 miles away from the Colony. Black Signals indicate that the centre, is believed to be less than 300 miles away from the Colony. The above signals will be hoisted only when typhoons exist in such positions or are moving in such directions that information regarding them is considered to be of importance to the Colony or to shipping leaving the harbour.

    These signals are repeated at the Harbour Office, H.M.S. Tamar, Green Island Signal Mast, the Flagstaff on the premises of the Hongkong and Kowloon Wharf and Godown Company at Kowloon, the Flagstaff on the premises of the Standard Oil Company at Lai-chi-kok, and the Flagstaff near the Field Officer's Quarters at Lyemun.

Urgent Signal.

    In addition to the above, when it is expected that the wind may increase to full typhoon force, the following Urgent Signal will be made at the Water Police Station, and repeated at the Harbour Office :-

THREE EXPLOSIVE BOMBS, AT INTERVALS OF TEN SECONDS,

A Black Cross will be hoisted at the same time above the other shapes at the Signal Stations.

Night Signals.

    The following Night Signals will be exhibited on the tower of the Kowloon Railway Station, the Harbour Office Flagstaff, and II.M.S. Tamar

*

1.-Three Lights Vertical, GREEN GREEN GREEN. Indicates that a typhoon is believed to be situated

more than 300 miles from the Colony.

II.-Three Lights Vertical, GREEN RED GREEN. Indicates that a typhoon is believed to be situated less

than 300 miles from the Colony.

III.-Three Lights Vertical, RED GREEN RED.

typhoon force.

Indicates that the wind may be expected to increase to full

    No. III Signal will be accompanied by the Explosive Bombs, as above, in the event of the information conveyed by this signal being first published by night.

    These Night Signals will be substituted for the Day Signals at sunset, and will, when necessary, be altered during the night.

Supplementary Warnings.

    For the benefit of Native Craft and passing Ocean Vessels, a CONE will be exhibited at each of the following stations during the time that any of the above Day Signals are displayed in the Harbour :

Gap Rock.

Waglan.

Stanley.

Cape Collinson.

Aberdeen. Sau Ki Wan. Sai Kung.

Sha Tau Kok. Tai Po.

    This will indicate that there is a depression somewhere in the China Sea, and that a Typhoon Warning is displayed in the Harbour,

Further details can always be given to Occan Vessels, on demand, by signal, from the lighthouses.

All previous notices are hereby cancelled.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY, HONGKONG,

12th May, 1916.

T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

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No. 17.

[L.S.]

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, 1916.

PROCLAMATIONS.

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY, Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same.

Whereas by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance, 1862, it is enacted that it should be lawful for His Excellency the Governor, by and with the advice of the Executive Council by Proclamation to prohibit, for such period as should be mentioned in such Proclamation, either to be exported from the Colony of Hongkong, or to be carried coastwise within the said Colony (amongst other things) Arms, Ammunition, Gunpowder, and Military and Naval Stores, and any articles which His Excellency may judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of Military or Naval Stores, or any or either of such Arms, Ammunition, Gunpowder, Stores, Goods or Articles respec- tively, subject to any permission that may be obtained under Section 3 of the Ordinance:

And whereas, by various Proclamations issued from time to time, such exportation and carriage coastwise were prohibited, and remain prohibited until the 27th day of May, 1916, and it is expedient to continue such prohibition:

   Now, therefore. I, Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY, Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same, by and with the advice of the Executive Council of this Colony, do, by this Proclamation, prohibit for a further period of one year from and including the 28th day of May, 1916, either to be exported from the Colony of Hongkong, or to be carried coastwise within the said Colony, Arms, Ammunition. Gunpowder, Military and Naval Stores, Sulphur and Saltpetre, the last two being articles which I judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of Military or Naval Stores, or any or either of such Arms, Ammunition, Gun- powder, Stores, Goods or Articles respectively, unless this Proclamation shall, in the mean- time, be revoked, or unless permission shall have been obtained under Section 3 of the Ordi- nance above mentioned.

  Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 19th day of May 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 208. The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information :-

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

FOR PROHIBITING THE IMPORTATION OF CANNED, BOTTLED, DRIED AND PRESERVED FRUITS INTO THE UNITED KINGDOM.

GEORGE R.L.

WHEREAS by Section forty-three of the Customs Consolidation Act, 1876, it is

    provided that the importation of arms, ammunition, gunpowder, or any other goods may be prohibited by Proclamation:

And whereas it is expedient that the importation into the United Kingdom of certain goods of a bulky character should be prohibited as hereinafter provided :

Now, therefore, We, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council, in pursuance of the said Act and of all other powers enabling Us in that behalf, do hereby proclaim, direct and ordain as follows :

As from and after the thirteenth day of March, 1916, subject as hereinafter provided, the importation into the United Kingdom of the following goods is hereby prohibited, viz. :-

:-

Canned, bottled, dried and preserved fruits, except currants.

Provided always, and it is hereby declared, that this prohibition shall not apply to any canned, bottled, dried or preserved fruits which are the produce of any of Our Dominions, Colonies, Possessions or Protectorates, nor to any fruits which are imported under licence given by or on behalf of the Board of Trade, and subject to the provisions. and conditions of such licence.

  This Proclamation may be cited as the Prohibition of Import (Canned, Bottled, Dried and Preserved Fruits) Proclamation, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Tenth day of March, in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Sixth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE. A previous proclamation was published in the Hongkong Guzette of the 7th April, 1916. Proclamations have also been issued prohibiting the importation into the United Kingdom of Belgium Bank Notes, and of Unset Diamonds. See also Notification No. 209.

  No. 209. The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information :----

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

FOR PROHIBITING THE IMPORTATION OF CERTAIN ARTICLES INTO THE

GEORGE R.I.

UNITED KINGDOM,

WHEREA Shat the

HEREAS by Section forty-three of the Customs Consolidation Act, 1876, it is pro- vided that the importation of arms, ammunition, gunpowder, or any other goods may be prohibited by Proclamation :

And whereas it is expedient that the importation into the United Kingdom of certain goods should be prohibited as hereinafter provided :

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No. 208. The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information :-

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

FOR PROHIBITING THE IMPORTATION OF CANNED, BOTTLED, DRIED AND PRESERVED FRUITS INTO THE UNITED KINGDOM.

GEORGE R.L.

WHEREAS by Section forty-three of the Customs Consolidation Act, 1876, it is

    provided that the importation of arms, ammunition, gunpowder, or any other goods may be prohibited by Proclamation:

And whereas it is expedient that the importation into the United Kingdom of certain goods of a bulky character should be prohibited as hereinafter provided :

Now, therefore, We, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council, in pursuance of the said Act and of all other powers enabling Us in that behalf, do hereby proclaim, direct and ordain as follows :

As from and after the thirteenth day of March, 1916, subject as hereinafter provided, the importation into the United Kingdom of the following goods is hereby prohibited, viz. :-

:-

Canned, bottled, dried and preserved fruits, except currants.

Provided always, and it is hereby declared, that this prohibition shall not apply to any canned, bottled, dried or preserved fruits which are the produce of any of Our Dominions, Colonies, Possessions or Protectorates, nor to any fruits which are imported under licence given by or on behalf of the Board of Trade, and subject to the provisions. and conditions of such licence.

  This Proclamation may be cited as the Prohibition of Import (Canned, Bottled, Dried and Preserved Fruits) Proclamation, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Tenth day of March, in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Sixth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE. A previous proclamation was published in the Hongkong Guzette of the 7th April, 1916. Proclamations have also been issued prohibiting the importation into the United Kingdom of Belgium Bank Notes, and of Unset Diamonds. See also Notification No. 209.

  No. 209. The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information :----

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

FOR PROHIBITING THE IMPORTATION OF CERTAIN ARTICLES INTO THE

GEORGE R.I.

UNITED KINGDOM,

WHEREA Shat the

HEREAS by Section forty-three of the Customs Consolidation Act, 1876, it is pro- vided that the importation of arms, ammunition, gunpowder, or any other goods may be prohibited by Proclamation :

And whereas it is expedient that the importation into the United Kingdom of certain goods should be prohibited as hereinafter provided :

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  Now therefore, We, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council, in pursuance of the said Act and of all other powers enabling Us in that behalf, do hereby proclaim, direct and ordain as follows:-

  As from and after the Twenty-seventh day of March, 1916, subject as hereinafter provided, the importation into the United Kingdom of the following goods is hereby prohibited, viz.:

Motor car, chassis, motor cycles and parts and accessories of motor cars and motor cycles (other than tyres) with the exception of the motor cars, chassis, accessories and parts which are at present exempted from import duty under Section 13 (4) of the Finance No. 2 Act, 1915.

Musical instruments, including gramophones and pianolas and other similar

instruments and accessories, component parts and records therefor.

Spirits and strong waters of all kinds except Brandy and Rum.

  Provided always, and it is hereby declared, that this prohibition shall not apply to any such goods which are imported under licence given by or on behalf of the Board of Trade, and subject to the provisions and conditions of such licence.

This Proclamation may be cited as the Prohibition of Import (No. 3) Proclamation, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Twenty-first day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Sixth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE.A previous proclamation was published in the Hongkong Guzette of the 7th April, 1916. Proclamations have also been issued prohibiting the importation into the United Kingdom of Belgium Bank Notes, and of Unset Diamonds. See also Notification No. 208.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 210.

Order made by the Governor in Council under Sub-section (2) of Section 3 of the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1916), on the 18th day of May, 1916.

  The list of persons and bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, with whom trading is prohibited by the Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Procla- mation, Hongkong, 1916, made on the 28th day of April, 1916, which was amended by an Order in Council published in the Gazette of the 12th day of May, 1916, is hereby further amended by the addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto.

Schedule.

ADDITIONS TO LIST.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

Allgemeine Elektricitäts Gesellschaft.

Barth, Eugenio & Company.

Bernitt, Rodolfo.

Bonino & Schroeder.

Bottini, Oscar.

Brauss Mahn & Company.

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  Now therefore, We, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council, in pursuance of the said Act and of all other powers enabling Us in that behalf, do hereby proclaim, direct and ordain as follows:-

  As from and after the Twenty-seventh day of March, 1916, subject as hereinafter provided, the importation into the United Kingdom of the following goods is hereby prohibited, viz.:

Motor car, chassis, motor cycles and parts and accessories of motor cars and motor cycles (other than tyres) with the exception of the motor cars, chassis, accessories and parts which are at present exempted from import duty under Section 13 (4) of the Finance No. 2 Act, 1915.

Musical instruments, including gramophones and pianolas and other similar

instruments and accessories, component parts and records therefor.

Spirits and strong waters of all kinds except Brandy and Rum.

  Provided always, and it is hereby declared, that this prohibition shall not apply to any such goods which are imported under licence given by or on behalf of the Board of Trade, and subject to the provisions and conditions of such licence.

This Proclamation may be cited as the Prohibition of Import (No. 3) Proclamation, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Twenty-first day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Sixth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE.A previous proclamation was published in the Hongkong Guzette of the 7th April, 1916. Proclamations have also been issued prohibiting the importation into the United Kingdom of Belgium Bank Notes, and of Unset Diamonds. See also Notification No. 208.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 210.

Order made by the Governor in Council under Sub-section (2) of Section 3 of the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1916), on the 18th day of May, 1916.

  The list of persons and bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, with whom trading is prohibited by the Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Procla- mation, Hongkong, 1916, made on the 28th day of April, 1916, which was amended by an Order in Council published in the Gazette of the 12th day of May, 1916, is hereby further amended by the addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto.

Schedule.

ADDITIONS TO LIST.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

Allgemeine Elektricitäts Gesellschaft.

Barth, Eugenio & Company.

Bernitt, Rodolfo.

Bonino & Schroeder.

Bottini, Oscar.

Brauss Mahn & Company.

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Clarfeld Federico & Company.

Clausen & Company.

Delfino Brothers (Delfino Hermanos).

Dorner, Arturo.

Dorner & Bernitt.

Gasmotorenfabrik Deutz.

German Coal Depôt Company (Deutsches Kohlen Depôt).

Hamburg-American Steamship Company.

Hamburg-South American Steamship Company.

Hansa Line.

Hardt Engelbert & Company. Hardt, E. & W., & Company. Kropp & Company.

Legemann, F., & Company. Lahusen & Company. Lasker & Company.

Marquez, Jose C.

North German Lloyd. Orenstein & Koppel. Osten & Cia.

Rabe, Margarita N. de.

Rabe, Otto.

Rabe, Walder & Cia.

Raplmeyer, C. C.

Rhodius & Company.

Roehrs, E., & Company.

Staudt & Company.

Strothbaum, Felix.

Strothbaum, G. M. O.

Velazco, Pedro.

Vilmar, Rimplar & Company.

Wagenknecht & Company. Walder, Enrique.

Arp & Company.

BRAZIL.

Bayer, Frederico & Company.

Behrmann & Company.

Bellingrodt & Meyer.

Berringer & Company.

Bockmann, A., & Company.

Bromberg & Company.

Bromberg, Hacker & Company.

Casa Allema (Wagner Schadlich & Company).

Companhia Commercial.

Costa Almeida, M.

Costa, Ferreira.

Dannemann & Company.

Dauch & Company.

Diebold & Company.

Domschke & Company.

Engel-Fritz.

Engelhardt, Carlos.

Fischer-Christino.

Fonseca & Company.

Fraeb & Company.

Friedrichs & Timmans.

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Gasmotorenfabrik Deutz.

Griesbach-Max.

Hoepcke, Carl, & Company. Hoffman, Rudolf W. H.

Jannowitzer Wahle & Company.

Krause, Irmaos & Cia.

Landy, Carlos von.

Lemcke, Carlos & Co.

Magnus, James, & Company.

Martin, Luiz.

Meyer, Irmaos & Company.

Noronha, Carlos de.

Ohliger & Company.

Ornstein & Company. Overbeck, W.

Poock & Company. Pralow & Company.

Rombauer & Company.

Schneider & Company.

Schoenn, Roberto, & Company.

Scholz, Manaos.

Semper & Company.

Sinner, Alfredo.

Steiner, Martin & Company.

Studer, J., & Company.

Suerdieck & Company.

Teltscher & Company.

Trommel, A., & Company.

Urban, Eugen & Company.

Vasconcellos, Jose de, & Company.

Vianna, Elyseo.

Wagner, Schadlich, & Company.

Whitaker, Ernesto, & Company.

Wille, Theodore, & Company.

ECUADOR.

Borchert, W.

Bunge, Julio.

Dehmlow, Alfred.

Duve, Federico.

Enrich, Miguel.

Grim, Juan.

Grimmer, Karl.

Guzman, L. é Hijos.

Heinert, Leonard.

Jeremias, L.

Jeremias & Borchert.

Jungnickel, W.

Jungnickel & Loose.

Kaiser, Guillermo.

Koppel, Samuel.

Kruger, Juan H.

Kruger & Company.

Loose.

Luders, Carlos.

Moller, Herman.

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Poppe, Adolfo.

Rickert, Carlos.

Rickert, Edward.

Rickert, Enrique.

Rickert & Company.

Rischanek, Max.

Urban, Gustavo.

Zohrer, Adolfo.

PERU.

Brahm v Cia.

Casa Grande Zuckerpflanzen Aktien Gesellschaft. Emmel, Hermanos.

Gildemeister, Siegfried.

Gildemeister & Company. Gulda, F. & Company. Hardt, Engelbert & Co.

Hardt, E. & W., & Co.

Hassler & Michaelson. Hilman.

Justus. W.

Kling, S. & Company.

Knell, H.

Oeschsle, A. F.

Weibe, F. & Company.

Weibe, S.

Welsch, G. y Cia.

ALL COUNTRIES IN CENTRAL AND

SOUTH AMERICA. ·

German Coal Depôt Company (Deutsches Kohlen Depôt). Hardt, Engelbert & Co.

Hardt, E. W. & Co.

Standt & Co.

NETHERLANDS.

Wiegman's Bank, Amsterdam.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Adler, Warenhuis, Sourabaya.

Auerbach, H., Oxé & Co., Sourabaya.

Barmer Export Gesellschaft, Batavia.

Behn Meyer & Co., Limited, Batavia and Sourabaya. Biedermann & Co., Samarang and Sourabaya.

Braunschweigsche Maschinenbauanstalt, Sourabaya.

Breitfeld Danek & Co., Sourabaya.

Eckstein, P., Medan and Palembang.

Ehrlich, S., Medan and Palembang.

Erdmann & Sielcken, Samarang, Batavia, and Sourabaya.

Giesbers & Rosenkrantz, Sourabaya.

Goldenburg & Co., Medan and Palembang.

Guntzel & Schumacher, Handelsmaatschappy, Medan,

Palembang, and Sumatra.

Hennemann, R., & Co., Dutch Borneo and Batavia.

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Hinlopen, K., & Co., Sourabaya.

Katz, S., & Co., Medan and Palembang. Kehding, F., Medan and Palembang. Kolner Handelsgesellschaft, Sourabaya.

Koppel, Arthur, Sourabaya.

Ledeboer, W. B., & Co., Macassar, Menado, and Gorontalo. Liebenschutz & Co., Samarang and Sourabaya.

Lind, J. A., Handelsvereeniging, Medan, Palembang,

and Sumatra.

Louvre, Sourabaya.

Mohrmann & Co. (Handelsvereeniging Voorheen J.

Mohrmann), Macassar.

Naessens & Co., Sourabaya and Medan.

Ong Kek Chia, Batavia.

Ong Kek Siang, Batavia.

Ong Seng Kwie, Batavia.

Orenstein & Koppel, Sourabaya.

Ott, E., Medan and Palembang.

Pang Kie Ngan, Batavia.

Prottel & Co., Sourabaya.

Reichler & Co., Medan and Palembang.

Schlieper, Carl & Co., Samarang.

Siemens & Halske Allgemeine Gesellschaft, Sourabaya.

Siemens Schuckert Werke, Sourabaya.

Societé Coloniale Indo-Belge, Batavia. Sourabaya Oliefabriek, Sourabaya.

Straits und Sunda Syndikat, Batavia.

Valk, G. H., Macassar.

Wolf & Petschek, Sourabaya and Samarang, and Java.

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.

Behin, Meyer & Co., Limited, Manila.

Fressel & Co., Manila.

Froehlich & Kuttner, Iloilo.

Germann & Co., Manila.

Hashim, N. T. & Co., Manila.

Manila Import Co. (Basmarina 107), Manila.

Richter, Adolpho & Co.

Roensch, Alfred & Co.

Santos & Jahrling (Botica de Santa Cruz), Manila.

Schmidt & Ziegler (David 64), Manila.

Schulz & Co., Manila.

Secker & Co., (Seckers Store), Manila.

Stahl & Rumcker, Manila.

Struckmann & Co. (S. Vincenta 65), Manila.

Viegelmann & Co., Manila.

PORTUGAL.

Allgemeine Electricitäts Gesellschaft (Thomson Houston

Iberica), Rua Candida Dos Reis, 100, Oporto.

d'Almeida, A. Nicolau & Co., Limitada, Rua Serpa Pinto,

Villa Nova de Gaya, Oporto.

Caldeira Ignacio & Co., Funchal, Madeira.

Camacho, L. F., Funchal, Madeira.

Edelheim & Co., Travessa dos Congregados, Oporto.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, 1916.

Ernst, George, Successors, Rua da Prata, 8, Lisbon. Guedes, Eduardo; Guedes, Felisberto, Rua Augusta,

124, Lisbon.

Höfle, Adolph, & Co., Rua do Ferreira Borges, Oporto. Jacobi, N., & Co., Rua Nova Alfandega, 76, Oporto. Kendall, Vasconcellos & Passos, Lim., Galleria de Pari s

11, Oporto.

Martins & Galla, Limitada, Largo de S. Domingos, 11,

Lisbon.

Marum, Wm., Funchal, Madeira.

Mendes, Jose, Oporto.

Pfeill, Emil, Rua Formosa, 400, Oporto.

Reinhardt, Ricardo, Rua da Alfandega, 118, Lisbon. Rothes, Carlos, Rua de Bellomonte, 89, Oporto.

Schmidt, A., Funchal, Madeira.

Schmieder, Oswald, Rua Nova Do Almada, 11, Lisbon. Schimmelpfeng & Co., Rua de Santa Justa, Lisbon ; Rua

das Carmelites, 100, Oporto.

Siemens Schückert Werke, Limitada, Rua Augusta, 27,

Lisbon.

Silva, Francisco Eduardo Moreira da, Avenida Casal

Ribeiro, 17-3, Lisbon.

Sociedade Insulana De Transportes Maritimos, Limitada,

Funchal, Madeira.

Streit, Otto Von, Funchal, Madeira.

Stuve, W., & Co., Rua de Infante D. Henrique, 75,

Oporto.

Taylor, Filippe, Rua Vieira da Silva, 19, Lisbon.

Timm, Charles, Rua da Prata, S, Lisbon.

Van Perlstein & Co., Rua da Conceicao, 70, Lisbon.

Waltz, F., Funchal, Madeira.

Wald, G., Rua de S. Francisco, 4, Oporto.

Wegehenkel, Arthur, Rua das Condominhas, Oporto. Weinstein, Martin, & Co., Rua do Commercio, 49, Lisbon. Wiedemann, Max & Co., Rua da Prata, 108, Lisbon. Wimmer, J., & Co., Rua da Magdalena, 45, Lisbon. Wischmann, Otto, Largo do Corpo Santo, 6, Lisbon. Worm, Luiz B., Rua da Alfandega, 160, Rua da Prata.

133, Lisbon.

Ziems, Otto, Rua do Commercio, 99, Lisbon.

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SPAIN.

Agencia Maritime Hering, Dormitorio San Francisco, 7,

Barcelona.

Allgemeine, Erzgesellschaft, Seville.

Amann & Wendel, Rambla de Catalena, 20, Barcelona. Baquera Kusche y Martin, Sevile.

Behn, Enrique, Valencia.

Bender, Hijos de H. A., San Feliu de Guixols, Barcelona.

Beutel, Edmundo, Calle Pascual y Genis, 19, Valencia.

Bonsoms & Co., Tarragona.

Brauner, Hugo, Barco, 6; Calle Colon, 86, Valencia. Buckard, Julie, Alicante.

Cano, Emilio, Valencia and Alicante.

Continental Tyre Company, Madrid.

Drack, Otto, Alicante and Valencia.

Eden Bede, Barcelona.

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Engelhardt, Otto, San Pablo, 30, Seville.

Feustel, Otto, Barcelona.

Gaissert, Emilio, & Co., Calle Princessa, 61, Barcelona. Gottschalk, Hermanos, Bailen, 27, Barcelona.

Grosch, Federico, Barcelona.

Guardiola, Juan, Alicante.

Hamm, Luis S., Rambla de Cataluna, 35, Barcelona. Hartmann, Pablo, Valencia and Cortes, 591, Barcelona. Haasenstein & Vogler, Rambla Capuchinos, 15, Barcelona. Hengsternberg, Hermann, Seville.

Korting, Sociedad Española, Pl. Palacio, 11, Barcelona. Lainez Hijos de Evelio, Cadiz.

Lasschutza, Oscar, Vigo.

Lehmann & Co., Consejo Ciento, 159, Barcelona.

Lence, Carlos, Calle Colón, 13, Valencia..

Lenher, Amande, Alicante.

Marten, Martin, Adriano, 38, Seville; Calle Cortes, 604,

Barcelona.

Medem, Otto, Barcelona and Valencia.

Meyer y Bacharach, Calle Serano, Grao de, Valencia. Monguio y Scharlau, Calle Aragón, 219, Barcelona. Muller, Alfred, Pálma.

Muller, Hugo, Seville.

de Neufville, Sucesor de J., Santa Teresa, 8 and 10,

Barcelona.

Robert, Sucesores de Juan, Alicante.

Schimmelpfeng's Information Agency, Madrid.

Sociedad Vinicola, Tarragona.

Soujol, Carlos, Villamari, 25, Barcelona.

Teschendorff, Steiner & Co., Travessa S. Vincente and

Calle Peana, 25, Valencia.

Wertheim, Carlos, Calle Avino, 9, Barcelona.

Winter, Emilio, Calle General Menacho, 9, Cadiz.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

18th May, 1916.

No. 211.

  Additional Rule made by the Midwives Board under Section 4 of the Midwives Ordi- nance, 1910, (Ordinance No. 22 of 1910), the 26th day of April, 1916.

In Sub-section (4) of Clause No. 3 of the Rules made by the Midwives Board under Section 4 of the Midwives Ordinance, 1910, published on pages 360 to 366 of the Regula- tions of Hongkong, 1914, there shall be added after the word "Board", the following:-- "or two years in general nursing and one year at a Maternity Hospital recog-

nised as such by the Board".

Made by the Board the 26th day of April, 1916.

G. H. THOMAS,

Approved by the Governor in Council this 18th day of May, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

Secretary.

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Engelhardt, Otto, San Pablo, 30, Seville.

Feustel, Otto, Barcelona.

Gaissert, Emilio, & Co., Calle Princessa, 61, Barcelona. Gottschalk, Hermanos, Bailen, 27, Barcelona.

Grosch, Federico, Barcelona.

Guardiola, Juan, Alicante.

Hamm, Luis S., Rambla de Cataluna, 35, Barcelona. Hartmann, Pablo, Valencia and Cortes, 591, Barcelona. Haasenstein & Vogler, Rambla Capuchinos, 15, Barcelona. Hengsternberg, Hermann, Seville.

Korting, Sociedad Española, Pl. Palacio, 11, Barcelona. Lainez Hijos de Evelio, Cadiz.

Lasschutza, Oscar, Vigo.

Lehmann & Co., Consejo Ciento, 159, Barcelona.

Lence, Carlos, Calle Colón, 13, Valencia..

Lenher, Amande, Alicante.

Marten, Martin, Adriano, 38, Seville; Calle Cortes, 604,

Barcelona.

Medem, Otto, Barcelona and Valencia.

Meyer y Bacharach, Calle Serano, Grao de, Valencia. Monguio y Scharlau, Calle Aragón, 219, Barcelona. Muller, Alfred, Pálma.

Muller, Hugo, Seville.

de Neufville, Sucesor de J., Santa Teresa, 8 and 10,

Barcelona.

Robert, Sucesores de Juan, Alicante.

Schimmelpfeng's Information Agency, Madrid.

Sociedad Vinicola, Tarragona.

Soujol, Carlos, Villamari, 25, Barcelona.

Teschendorff, Steiner & Co., Travessa S. Vincente and

Calle Peana, 25, Valencia.

Wertheim, Carlos, Calle Avino, 9, Barcelona.

Winter, Emilio, Calle General Menacho, 9, Cadiz.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

18th May, 1916.

No. 211.

  Additional Rule made by the Midwives Board under Section 4 of the Midwives Ordi- nance, 1910, (Ordinance No. 22 of 1910), the 26th day of April, 1916.

In Sub-section (4) of Clause No. 3 of the Rules made by the Midwives Board under Section 4 of the Midwives Ordinance, 1910, published on pages 360 to 366 of the Regula- tions of Hongkong, 1914, there shall be added after the word "Board", the following:-- "or two years in general nursing and one year at a Maternity Hospital recog-

nised as such by the Board".

Made by the Board the 26th day of April, 1916.

G. H. THOMAS,

Approved by the Governor in Council this 18th day of May, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

Secretary.

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  No. 212. His Excellency the Governor has, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, been pleased to appoint Dr. WILFRID WILLIAM PEARSE to be Medical Officer of Health, vice Dr. FRANCIS WILLIAM CLARK retired on pension, with effect from the 29th November, 1915.

17th May, 1916.

No. 213. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. EDWARD DUDLEY CORSCADEN WOLFE, Postmaster General, to act as Colonial Treasurer in addition to his other duties during the absence on leave of the Honourable Mr. ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON or until further notice, with effect from the 7th April, 1916.

19th May, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

 No. 214. The following notice which appeared in the London Gazette of the 17th March, 1916, is published for general information.

FOREIGN OFFICE,

March 13, 1916.

 The Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs has received from His Majesty's Ambas- sador at Petrograd the following memorandum, prepared by the Commercial Attaché to His Majesty's Embassy, in continuation of the memorandum which appeared in the London Gazette of June 25th, 1915:-

The Official Messenger of Petrograd, of to-day's date, publishes an Imperial Ukase of January 24th-February 6th, replacing the contraband lists given in the Imperial Decree of August 10th-23rd, 1915, and reported in Sir G. Buhanan'se despatch, No. 152 Commercial, of August 29th, 1915, by new revised lists of absolute and conditional contraband. The new Russian revised list of abso- lute contraband (Items Nos. 1-42) is identical with the list (Schedule I, Items 1-12), given in the King's Proclamation of October 14th, 1915, with the following slight differences:

In Item 8: At end, between the Russian equivalents for urea and cyana-

mide, the Russian list includes carbamide.

In Item 28: The English list has: "Mineral oils, including benzine and motor spirit." The Russian list has: "Mineral oils, including ben- zine and other liquid fuel for internal combustion."

In Item 32: After the word Lubricants, the Russian text adds "inclu-

ding castor oil."

In Item 42: The following words in the English text, "on a scale of four miles to one inch or any larger scale," are thus converted in the Russian: "on a scale of more than 50000.'

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The new Russian conditional list, Items Nos. 1-14, is identical with the list (Schedule II, Items 1-14) given in the King's Proclamation of October 14th, 1915.

NOTE--The King's Proclamation of October 14th, 1915, above referred to was published in the

Hongkong Gazette of the 22nd October, 1915.

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  No. 215.--The following notice which appeared in the London Gazette of the 17th March, 1916, is published for general information.

FOREIGN OFFICE,

March 15, 1916.

ITALIAN DECREES RELATIVE TO ENEMY MERCHANT VESSELS,

  According to a notification received from His Majesty's Ambassador at Rome the Italian Government have by a Decree dated February 10th, 1916, amended Article I of the Decree (No. 1014) of June 24th, 1915, which provides (Article 2) for the confiscation of enemy merchant vessels by way of reprisal for certain hostile acts. A translation of the latter Decree was published in Parliamentary Paper Miscellaneous No. 18 (1915).

The text of Article 1 as thus amended is as follows (translation):

Article 1. If the enemy causes damage to the lives or goods of Italian subjects or citizens by bombarding undefended towns, ports, villages, houses, or other buildings, by destroying merchantmen unarmed *or armed for defence in accordance with the provisions of Article 109 of the Mercantile Marine Code, or by committing any hostile acts which are contrary to the principles of the rights of war generally recognised and admitted, the Government of the King are authorised to order the appropriation of the sum required to indemnify Italian subjects or citizens, or their represen- tatives, who have suffered damage from the enemy, from the fund which has been established by the Caisse of Deposits for seamen in the mari- time department of Genoa in accordance with the terms of Article 6 of our Decree of the 17th June, 1915, No. 957.

  No. 216. The following Order of His Majesty in Council, dated the 30th March, 1916, entitled "The Declaration of London Order in Council, 1916," modifying certain parts of the Orders in Council at present in force relative to certain provisions of the Declaration of London, is published for general information.

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE,

THE 30TH DAY OF MARCH, 1916.

PRESENT,

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

HEREAS by the Declaration of London Order in Council No. 2, 1914, His Majesty was pleased to direct that during the present hostilities the provisions of the Convention known as the Declaration of London should, subject to certain omissions and modifications therein set out, be adopted and put in force by His Majesty's Government ;

and

  Whereas doubts have arisen as to the effect of Article I (iii) of the said Order in Council on the right to effect the capture of conditional contraband on board a vessel bound for a neutral port; and

Whereas it is expedient to put an end to such doubts and otherwise to amend the said Order in Council in the manner hereinafter appearing; and

* The words in italics are added by the Decree of February 10th, 1916.

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  No. 215.--The following notice which appeared in the London Gazette of the 17th March, 1916, is published for general information.

FOREIGN OFFICE,

March 15, 1916.

ITALIAN DECREES RELATIVE TO ENEMY MERCHANT VESSELS,

  According to a notification received from His Majesty's Ambassador at Rome the Italian Government have by a Decree dated February 10th, 1916, amended Article I of the Decree (No. 1014) of June 24th, 1915, which provides (Article 2) for the confiscation of enemy merchant vessels by way of reprisal for certain hostile acts. A translation of the latter Decree was published in Parliamentary Paper Miscellaneous No. 18 (1915).

The text of Article 1 as thus amended is as follows (translation):

Article 1. If the enemy causes damage to the lives or goods of Italian subjects or citizens by bombarding undefended towns, ports, villages, houses, or other buildings, by destroying merchantmen unarmed *or armed for defence in accordance with the provisions of Article 109 of the Mercantile Marine Code, or by committing any hostile acts which are contrary to the principles of the rights of war generally recognised and admitted, the Government of the King are authorised to order the appropriation of the sum required to indemnify Italian subjects or citizens, or their represen- tatives, who have suffered damage from the enemy, from the fund which has been established by the Caisse of Deposits for seamen in the mari- time department of Genoa in accordance with the terms of Article 6 of our Decree of the 17th June, 1915, No. 957.

  No. 216. The following Order of His Majesty in Council, dated the 30th March, 1916, entitled "The Declaration of London Order in Council, 1916," modifying certain parts of the Orders in Council at present in force relative to certain provisions of the Declaration of London, is published for general information.

AT THE COURT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE,

THE 30TH DAY OF MARCH, 1916.

PRESENT,

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

HEREAS by the Declaration of London Order in Council No. 2, 1914, His Majesty was pleased to direct that during the present hostilities the provisions of the Convention known as the Declaration of London should, subject to certain omissions and modifications therein set out, be adopted and put in force by His Majesty's Government ;

and

  Whereas doubts have arisen as to the effect of Article I (iii) of the said Order in Council on the right to effect the capture of conditional contraband on board a vessel bound for a neutral port; and

Whereas it is expedient to put an end to such doubts and otherwise to amend the said Order in Council in the manner hereinafter appearing; and

* The words in italics are added by the Decree of February 10th, 1916.

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   Whereas by Article 19 of the said Declaration it is provided that whatever may be the ulterior destination of a vessel or of her cargo, she cannot be captured for breach of blockade if, at the moment, she is on her way to a non-blockaded port; and

Whereas it is no longer expedient to adopt Article 19 of the said Declaration;

Now, therefore, His Majesty, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, is pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:-

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1. The provisions of the Declaration of London Order in Council No. 2, 1914, shall not be deemed to limit or to have limited in any way the right of His Majesty, in accor- dance with the law of nations, to capture goods upon the ground that they are conditional contraband, nor to affect or to have affected the liability of conditional contraband to capture, whether the carriage of the goods to their destination be direct or entail tran- shipment or a subsequent transport by land.

2. The provisions of Article 1 (ii) and (iii) of the said Order in Council shall apply to absolute contraband as well as to conditional contraband.

3. The destinations referred to in Article 30 and in Article 33 of the said Declara- tion shall (in addition to any presumptions laid down in the said Order in Council) be presumed to exist, if the goods are consigned to or for a person, who, during the present hostilities, has forwarded imported contraband goods to territory belonging to or occu- pied by the enemy.

4. In the cases covered by Articles 2 and 3 of this Order, it shall lie upon the owner of the goods to prove that their destination was innocent.

5. From and after the date of this Order, Article 19 of the Declaration of London shall cease to be adopted and put in force. Neither a vessel nor her cargo shall be immune from capture for breach of blockade upon the sole ground that she is at the moment on her way to a non-blockaded port.

  6. This Order may be cited as "The Declaration of London Order in Council, 1916."

  And the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty' Treasury, the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, and each of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, the President of the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division of the High Court of Justice, all other Judges of His Majesty's Prize Courts, and all Governors, Officers, and Authorities whom it may concern, are to give the necessary directions herein as to them may respectively appertain.

ALMERIC FITZROY.

No. 217. The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general information. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April and 5th May, 1916.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY AMENDMENT ACT, 1916.

  Örders have been made by the Board of Trade requiring the undermentioned busi- nesses to be wound up :

24. The Polack Tyre and Rubber Co., Ltd., Lime Grove, Shepherd's Bush, London, W. Controller: Sydney Tubbs, 28, Basinghall Street, London, E.C. 6th March, 1916.

25. Bradshaw Asphalte Co., Ltd., Copperas Street, Deptford, London, S.E. Con- troller: W. C. Jackson, 58, Coleman Street, London, E.C. 6th March, 1916.

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   Whereas by Article 19 of the said Declaration it is provided that whatever may be the ulterior destination of a vessel or of her cargo, she cannot be captured for breach of blockade if, at the moment, she is on her way to a non-blockaded port; and

Whereas it is no longer expedient to adopt Article 19 of the said Declaration;

Now, therefore, His Majesty, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, is pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:-

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1. The provisions of the Declaration of London Order in Council No. 2, 1914, shall not be deemed to limit or to have limited in any way the right of His Majesty, in accor- dance with the law of nations, to capture goods upon the ground that they are conditional contraband, nor to affect or to have affected the liability of conditional contraband to capture, whether the carriage of the goods to their destination be direct or entail tran- shipment or a subsequent transport by land.

2. The provisions of Article 1 (ii) and (iii) of the said Order in Council shall apply to absolute contraband as well as to conditional contraband.

3. The destinations referred to in Article 30 and in Article 33 of the said Declara- tion shall (in addition to any presumptions laid down in the said Order in Council) be presumed to exist, if the goods are consigned to or for a person, who, during the present hostilities, has forwarded imported contraband goods to territory belonging to or occu- pied by the enemy.

4. In the cases covered by Articles 2 and 3 of this Order, it shall lie upon the owner of the goods to prove that their destination was innocent.

5. From and after the date of this Order, Article 19 of the Declaration of London shall cease to be adopted and put in force. Neither a vessel nor her cargo shall be immune from capture for breach of blockade upon the sole ground that she is at the moment on her way to a non-blockaded port.

  6. This Order may be cited as "The Declaration of London Order in Council, 1916."

  And the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty' Treasury, the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, and each of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, the President of the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division of the High Court of Justice, all other Judges of His Majesty's Prize Courts, and all Governors, Officers, and Authorities whom it may concern, are to give the necessary directions herein as to them may respectively appertain.

ALMERIC FITZROY.

No. 217. The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general information. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April and 5th May, 1916.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY AMENDMENT ACT, 1916.

  Örders have been made by the Board of Trade requiring the undermentioned busi- nesses to be wound up :

24. The Polack Tyre and Rubber Co., Ltd., Lime Grove, Shepherd's Bush, London, W. Controller: Sydney Tubbs, 28, Basinghall Street, London, E.C. 6th March, 1916.

25. Bradshaw Asphalte Co., Ltd., Copperas Street, Deptford, London, S.E. Con- troller: W. C. Jackson, 58, Coleman Street, London, E.C. 6th March, 1916.

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26. Balashol Belting Co., Ltd., 13, Lambton Street, Sunderland. Controller: William Swan, 31, Moxley Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 6th March, 1916.

27. Sugar Fodder Co., Ltd., West Ferry Road, Millwall, London, E. Controller : H. L. H. Hill, 2, Broad Street Place, Finsbury Circus, London, E.C. 6th March, 1916.

28. Electrical Co., Ltd., 122-124, Charing Cross Road, London, W.C. Con-

troller: Maurice Jenks, 6, Old Jewry, London, E.C.. 9th March, 1916. 29. Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik, Wurtemburg House, Giltspur Street, London, E.C. Controller: A. V. Yeatman, 2, Coleman Street, London, E.C. 9th March, 1916.

30. London and Provincial Electric Theatres, Ltd., 3-6, Rupert Street, London, W. Controller: Arthur Taylor, Thames House, Queen Street Place, London, E.C. 9th March, 1916.

31. Practical Machines Co., Ltd., Avenue Chambers, 4, Vernon Place, London, W.C. Controller: R. Evans Smith, 53, New Broad Street, London, E.C. 9th March, 1916.

32. British Graetzin Light, Ltd., 26-36, Chapter Street, Westminster, London, S.W. Controller: Thomas Wise, Bassishaw House, Basinghall Street, London, E.C. 9th March, 1916. -

33. Elkan & Co., Ltd., 109, Fenchurch Street, London, E.C. Controller: Arthur Francis Whinney, 4B, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.C. 9th March, 1916.

34. New York Hamburg India Rubber Co., Ltd., 89-90, Milton Street, London, E.C. Controller: H. E. Clark, 7, St. Mildred's Court, Bank, E.C. 9th March, 1916.

35. Wagner Bros., 4-5, Stonecutter Street, London, E.C. Controller: A. C. Bourner, Bush Lane House, Cannon Street, London, E.C. 9th March, 1916.

36. Schlösser and Cramer, Canal Road, Bradford, Yarn Merchants. Controller: John William Gordon Butterfield, City Chambers, 2, Darley Street, Brad- ford. 8th March, 1916.

37. Ebler & Co., Vicar Lane, Bradford, Stuff and Woollen Merchants. Con- troller: George Walker, Hallifax Commercial Bank Chambers, Bradford. 9th March, 1916.

*38. Jaeger Brothers, 9, Rathbone Place, Oxford Street, W., Manufacturers and Suppliers of Electric Lighting Accessories. Controller: Maurice Jenks, 6, Old Jewry, London, E.C. 9th March, 1916.

39. The Hanover Rubber Co., 105, Goswell Road, London, E.C., Rubber Goods Merchants. Controller: Geoffrey Bostock, 21, Ironmonger Lane, E.C. 9th March, 1916.

40. Linke and Plischke, 82, Fore Street, London, E.C., Wholesale Fancy Goods and Jewellery Merchants. Controller: William Hancock, 90 and 91, Queen Street, Cheapside, London, E.C. 9th March, 1916.

41. Doerwaldt Brothers, Broad Street House, New Broad Street, London, E.C., Shipbuilders' Machinery and Materials Dealers. Controller: John Baker, Eldon Street House, Eldon Street, London, E.C. 9th March, 1916.

42. Julius Bendix, 39, Jewin Street, London, E.C., Manufacturers' Agent (Com- mission) for sale of Postcards, Christmas Cards, &c. Controller: Ernest Norton, 3, Crosby Square, London, E.C. 9th March, 1916.

43. J. and J. Kohn, 54, Great Eastern Street, London, E.C., Austrian Bentwood Manufacturers. Controller: Henry William Dommett Soper, 7, Great Winchester Street, E.C. 13th March, 1916.

44. Chemical Works, late H. and E. Albert, 15, Philpot Lane, London, E.C., Chemical Manufacturers. Controller: John W. Woodthorpe, 1, Leaden- hall Street, E.C. 9th March, 1916.

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45. Australian Metal Co., Ltd., 2, Metal Exchange Buildings, Leadenhall Avenue, London, E.C., Purchasers of Machinery; business practically directed by the "Metallgesellschaft "Frankfort. Controller: C. H. Weatherley, 14, George Street, Mansion House, London, E.C. 13th March, 1916. 46. Bronzefarbenwerke Atkiengesellschaft vorm Carl Schlenk, 14, Aldersgate Street, London, E.C., Aluminium and Bronze Powder Manufacturers. Controller: J. S. Holmes, 33, Paternoster Row, London, E. C. 13th March, 1916.

47. Carbonite Syndicate, Ltd., 220, Winchester House, London, E.C., Explosive Merchants. Controller: Francis J. Saffery, 14, Old Jewry Chambers, London, E.C. 13th March, 1916.

48. W. Klaar, 112-113, Fore Street, London, E.C. (Fancy Goods). Controller: Sydney Walter Tubbs, 28, Basinghall Street, London, E.C. 16th March, 1916.

49. Ernest Nister, 26, St. Bride Street, London, E.C., Publishers and Colour Printers. Controller: James Durie Pattullo, 65, London Wall, London, E.C. 16th March, 1916.

50. Thonet Brothers, 82, Great Eastern Street, London, E.C., Bentwood Fur- niture Manufacturers. Controller: Charles Nicholas Moysey Stuart, 31, Lombard Street, London, E.C. 16th March, 1916.

51. Reiche and Co., Bradford, Shippers and Merchants of Wool, Tops, Noils and Waste. Controller: John Hartley Blackburn, Commercial Bank Build- ings, Bradford. 16th March, 1916.

52. The Great Eastern Paper Company, 37, Curtain Road, London, E.C., Fancy Paper Manufacturers. Controller: Sydney George Cole, 48, Gresham Street, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

53. Franz Hanfstaengl, 16, Pall Mall East, London, S.W., Fine Art Publisher. Controller: James Fraser, 31, Copthall Avenue, E.C. 20th March, 1916. 54. The Allolit Co. and Otto Rosentiel, 4, Charles Street, Hatton Garden, London, F.C., Agents for sale of Aluminium Foil. Controller: Harold Hartley, 9, Ironmonger Lane, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

55. Waldes and Co., 65, Fore Street,

London, E.C., Wholesale Haberdashers and Press Button Manufacturers. Controller: Thomas Wise, Bassishaw House, Basinghall Street, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

56. W. Wolf and Sons, James Street, Miles Platting, Manchester, Waste Mer- chants. Controller: John Philip Garnett, 61, Brown Street, Manchester. 20th March, 1916.

57. Esslerk, Limited, 91-93, Bishopsgate, London, E.C., Dealers in Electrical Carbons. Controller: W. Ĉ. Jackson, 58, Coleman Street, E.C.

C. 17th March, 1916.

58. Theod. Staber, Limited, 90, Queen Street, London, E.C., Importers and Exporters of Hemp and Straw Goods, &c. Controller: R. Evans Smith, 53, New Broad Street, E.C. 17th March, 1916.

59. Brasch and Rothenstein, 44 and 45, Fore Street, London, E.C., Shipping Agents. Controller: A. F. Whinney, 4B, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, E.C. 17th March, 1916.

60. Continental Tyre and Rubber Co. (Great Britain), Limited, Rubber Tyre Manufacturers, Thurloe Place, South Kensington, S. W. Controller: H. Bishop, 41, Coleman Street, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

61. Persian Carpet Co., Limited, 65-66, Houndsditch, London, E.C., Dealers in Rugs and Carpets. Controller: A. Dangerfield, 56, Cannon Street, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

62. Paul Suss, A. G., 73, Golden Lane, London, E.C., Christmas Card Publishers. Controller: John W. Woodthorpe, 1, Leadenhall Street, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

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No. 218.--The lists of persons to whom articles to be exported to China and Siam may be consigned, which were published as the 1st and 2nd Schedules to the Rules made under the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, and published as Notification No. 2 in the Gazette of the 7th January, 1916, and amended by Notifications No. 41 published in the Gazette Extraordinary of 29th January, 1916, and No. 58, No. 67, No. 80, No. 95, No. 105, No. 119, No. 134, and No. 188, published in the Gazettes of 11th, 18th, and 25th February, and 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 31st March, and 5th May, 1916, res- pectively, are hereby cancelled and the following substituted therefor :---

China.

His Majesty's Diplomatic, Consular, Military, and Naval Officers.

British Missionary Bodies, and Missionary Bodies of Neutral and Allied Countries.

Aaron, F.

Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co., Shanghai.

Abe & Co., Mukden.

Abe Yoko.

Abraham, D. E. J.

Abraham, Katz & Co., Shanghai.

Adair, N.

Adair, T.

Ah Chi.

Ah Ho & Co., Amoy.

Ah Kow (Ah Kau) & Sons, P., Amoy.

Ah Sing

Aird & Skinner, Drs.

Albert & Wuhlschleger, Canton.

Algar & Co., Limited.

Allen, Edgar & Co., Limited.

Allen & Hanburys, Limited.

Alma Estates, Limited.

American Chinese Drug Store.

American Machinery and Export Company.

American Presbyterian Mission Press.

American Trading Company.

Amhurst Rubber Estates, Limited.

Amidani, L.

Amoy Electric Light & Power Co., Amoy.

Amoy Tinning Company.

Anderson & Co., A. L.

Anderson & Co., Robert.

Anderson J. O., Shanghai.

Anderson, Meyer & Co.

Andrew & Co., Limited, J. H.

Andrews, von Fischerz & George.

Ang Hing & Co., Foochow.

Ang Hoon Cho, Dr., Swatow.

Anglo-Chinese Dispensary, Shanghai, Hankow, Peking.

Anglo-Chinese Eastern Trading Company, Limited, Harbin.

Anglo-Chinese Engineers Association, Peking.

Anglo-Chinese Indenting Company.

Anglo-Dutch Plantation, Limited.

Anglo-German Brewery, Shanghai.

Anglo-Java Estates.

Aquarius Company.

Arcade Amusement Company.

Ardath Tobacco.

Arnaud-Coste.

Arnaud Coste & Dent.

Arnhold, H. E.

Arthur & Co., Limited.

Arts & Crafts, Limited.

Ashton & Co., Limited.

Asiatic Petroleum Company.

Astor Drapery Store.

Astor House Hotel Company, Shanghai, Tientsin.

Atkinson & Dallas, Limited.

Atlas Insurance Co., Ltd., Shanghai.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, 1916.

Au Chic Parisien.

Au Petit Louvre (Maison Parisienne).

Audinet, Lacroix & Co.

Audinet, Lacroix, Pasquier, et Cie.

Australian Dairy Farm.

Australian Produce Company,

Auto-Palace Co., Shanghai.

Awards Dispensary, Shanghai.

Ayer Tawah Company, Limited, Shanghai. Azadian, Jacques.

Babcock & Wilcox, Limited.

Bailey, H. G. C.

Bakels & Co.,

Balcan. Hermann, Dr., Chinkiang.

Baldwin, C. C.

Ban Lam Drug Stores, Amoy. Band, F., Peking.

Banham, F. (!.

Banker & Co.

Banque Belge pour l'Étranger.

Banque de l'Indo-Chine.

Banque industrielle de Chine.

Bansuiken, Shanghai.

Barkley Company.

Barlow & Co.

Barma, S. T.

Barrett, E. G.

Barry & Co., B. M., Chungking.

Barry, G. R.

Bathgate & Co.

Batu Anam Rubber Company.

Baudet and Compagnie, R., Canton.

Beck, I. (Inc.).

Beck, M. G.

Bedoni, C.

Belgian Brick Factory, Tientsin.

Belgian Trading Company.

Bell, D. W.

Bell, G. E., Pakhoi.

Bell, H. F. L.

Ben Albert & Co.

Ben & Co., Swatow.

Benjamin & Potts. Beque, Henri.

Bergmann, Edward. Bianchi, C.

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Bielfield & Co., Alex.

Birchal, E. F., Peking.

Birchal & Co. (Typewriters).

Bissett & Co., J. P.

Black, Alfred.

Black, J. F.

Blake & Sons, F. A.

Blanche, Charles.

Bland & Co., H. E., Tientsin.

Blix, Carl, Shanghai.

Bo Won, Canton.

Bona, F.

Bouchard.

Bourgery, C.

Bow On Drug Company, Canton.

Bowern & Co. (Bowern & Hay).

Boyd & Co.

Boyer, Mazet, & Co.

Boyes, Basset & Co.

Boylan, J. H., Shanghai.

Bracco & Co., C.

Bradford Dyers' Association.

Bradley & Co., Limited.

Brand Brothers & Co.

Brand & Co., H. S.

Brandt, A. L.

Brandt & Co.

Brandt & Rogers.

Brangwyn & Hobson, Drs.

Brent, A. D.

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Brewer & Co., Limited.

Bridges, H. (S. L. Behrens & Co.).

Bristol and Chinese Dispensary, Shanghai. British-American Tobacco Company, Ltd. British and Chinese Corporation.

British Chambers of Commerce. British Cigarette Company, Limited.

British Dominions General Insurance Company. British and Foreign Bible Society.

British Insulated and Helsby Company, Ltd.

British Manufacturers' Agency (Wong Chuen Yung).

British Mining & Industrial Co., Ltd., Tientsin.

Brockett & Co.

Brockett & Co., E.

Brook & Co., E.

Brossay, René.

Browett, H., Shanghai.

Brunner, Mond, & Co., Limited.

Brush Electrical Engineering Company.

Bryant & Ryde.

Bulin & Co., Hankow.

Burin Yoko.

Burkhardt, Amidani & Co.

Burkhardt, L. R.

Burkill & Sons, A. R.

Burroughs, Wellcome, & Co.

Burtenshaw & Co.

Butler, A. (Cement Tile Works). Butterfield & Swire.

C. Hong Sun.

Cabeldu & Co., A.

Caissial.

Calavitis & Co., G.

Caldbeck, MacGregor & Co.

Calder, Marshall, & Co.

Calico Printers' Association.

Camark et Cie., E.

Camera Craft Company.

Campbell & Co., Alex.

Canadian Commissioner.

Canadian Methodist Mission Press.

Canadian Pacific Railway Co.

Canton Insurance Company.

Carisio, C.

Carr, Ramsay & Co., T.

Cary & Co., Canton.

Casa do Povo, Shanghai.

Castellano.

Cathay Trading Company, Shanghai.

Cathay Trust.

Catoire, Veuve et Fils, A.

Cattaneo & Co., P., Peking.

Cattanneo (Catanneo), Peking. Cawasjee Pallanjee, Shanghai. Cement Tile Works, Limited.

Central Agency, Limited.

Central China Dispensary.

Central China Import Company.

Central China Post.

Central China Printing Company, Hankow,

Central Garage, Limited.

Central Stores, Limited.

Central Trading Company.

Cercle sportif français.

Chai Shing & Co., Swatow.

Chandless & Co., R. H., Tientsin.

Chang Dah Yuen.

Chang, J. D., Shanghai.

Chang Seng Yip Kee Co., Storekeepers, Swatow,

Chang T. S.

Chao Chow Fu Dispensary, Swatow.

Chapeaux (Société Orientale de Gourrures et peaux.). Charrey (Peking).

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Charrey et Conversy.

Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China.

Chauvin, Mme.

Cheap Jack.

Chee Hsin Cement Works, Tientsin.

Chefoo Hairnet Company (I. Chung).

Chefoo Hairnet Manufactory (Fa Teh).

Chefoo Lace and Hairnet Co., Chefoo.

Chefoo Pharmacy, Chefoo.

Chemor United Rubber Company, Limited. Chempedak Rubber & Gambier Estate Company. Cheng Hing Saw Mill Co., Foochow.

Cheng Rubber Estate.

Cheng Seng Dispensary, Swatow.

Chester Cowen & Company.

Cheung On, Canton.

Chi Hing Hairnet Co., Chefoo.

Chic Parisien.

Chin Ho Hsiang.

Chin Qua Photographer, Swatow.

Chin Tung Dispensary, Swatow.

China Agents Company (T. M. Yates).

China American Lumber Company.

China American Trading Co.

China Baptist Publication Society, Canton.

China Commercial Steam Navigation Company.

China Engineering Company.

China Fire Insurance Company.

China Flour Mill Company, Limited.

China Import & Export Lumber Company, Limited.

China Inland Mission.

China & Japan Trading Company.

China Land & Building Company, Limited.

China Land & Finance Company, Limited.

China Merchants Pongee Association.

China Merchants Steam Navigation Company.

China Mutual Life Insurance Company, Limited.

China Mutual Steam Navigation Company.

China National Life Assurance.

China Navigation Company.

China Press.

China Publicity Co., and Information Bureau, The, Shanghai.

China Realty Company.

China Silk Agency Company, Limited.

China Strawbraid Export Company.

China Sugar Refining Company.

China Times, Limited.

China Traders Insurance Company.

China Trading Company.

Chinese American Company.

Chinese and Foreign Dispensary, Amoy.

Chinese Electric Light & Power Company, Peking.

Chinese Optical Company.

Chinese Postal Supply Department, Shanghai.

Chinese Railways (all).

Ching Chang Jen, Tientsin.

Ching Cheng Yung, Tientsin.

Ching Chong & Co., Shanghai.

Ching Chong Hung & Co., Chefoo and Shanghai.

Ching Chong, Y.

Ching Fong, Shangbai.

Ching Ho Hsiang, Peking.

Ching Kee, Amoy.

Ching Kong & Co., H., Chefoo.

Ching Siu (Sin) Tong, Foochow.

Ching Tai & Co, Mukden.

Chinson Chao (Peking Motor Company, Peking).

Christiakoff, J.

Chuan Chang, Shanghai.

Chuan Kee & Co., Amoy.

Chujudo & Co., Newehwang.

Chuma & Co., Newchwang.

Chun Shing, Shanghai. Chun Sing, Shanghai. Chung Fah & Co., Chefoo.

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Chung Hang Company Dispensary, Canton.

Chung Hua Book Company, Shanghai.

Chung Mei Drug Co., Canton.

Chung On & Co., Canton.

Chung Tak Dispensary, Canton.

Chung Tung Lithographic Works.

Chung Woo, Swatow.

Church Missionary Mission.

Clerici. A.

Coddington and Lamb.

Codsi, A. E.

Coghlan, H. H. (Paul Sussmann & Co.).

Cohen, Andre.

Colacco Brothers, Shanghai.

Collins & Co.

Combfort (Buy Co Probst Hanbury).

Commercial Museum, Tieh Ling.

Commercial Press, Limited.

Commercial Union Assurance, Ltd.

Compagnie Commerciale d'Extreme Orient.

Compagnie d'Éclairage et de Tramways of Tientsin.

Compagnie française des Tramways de l'Éclairage électrique et

des Eaux de Shanghai.

Compagnie générale de Chemin de Fer et de Tramways en Chine. Compagnie des Messageries maritimes.

Comptoir commercial anversois.

Connell Brothers.

Consolidated Rubber Estates, Limited.

Cook & Anderson.

Cook & Sons, Thomas.

Cornabe, Eckford & Co.

Corsane, Anderson & Co. (Hankow Ice Works). Cosmopolitan Dock.

Cossanteli & Co.

Country Club, Shanghai.

Cox, W. Wakeford.

Cozzi, E., Hankow,

Crédit foncier d'Extrême-Orient.

Crofts & Co., George.

Cros, Paul.

Crossfield & Sons, Limited, Joseph.

Crystal, Limited.

Culpeck, E. A.

Curtis Brothers.

Curtis Sons & Co.

Customs Club, Amoy.

Dah Daw & Co., Hankow. Dah Lung & Co., Shanghai. Dah Sung & Co., Shanghai.

Dah Sung Cotton Mill, Shanghai. Dai Nippon Brewery Company. Daishin & Co., Shanghai.

Dallas Livery Stable Company. Danese, E., Hankow.

D'Arc, G. L.

Dastoor & Co., F. R.

David & Co.

David & Co., S. J.

David, J. A.

Davies & Brooke.

Davis & Co., R. S.

Davis, R. S., Canton.

Davis, W. Arthur, Canton.

Davis, W. Trenchard.

Deacon & Co., Ltd.

Deane, T. P.

Debenham & Co.

Delbourgo & Co., Shanghai.

Dell'Oro & Co.

Denegri & Co., E.

Denegri, M.

Denham & Rose.

Denniston & Sullivan.

Dent & Co., A.

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Dent, Herbert.

Dieden & Co.

Dixon & Co., H. C.

Dodwell & Co., Limited. Dollar Company, Robert. Dombey & Son.

Dominion Express Company. Dong Fung Tai.

Dong Sing Wo & Co., Shanghai. Donnelly & Whyte.

Dos Remedios, Ă. G., Shanghai. Dowdall, W. M.

Dowler, Forbes & Co.

Downs, Dr. N. L., Shanghai.

Drakeford & Co.

Dreyfus & Frères, Edmond, Shanghai.

Drummond & Holborow, Shanghai.

Duncan & Co.

Dunlop Rubber Company.

Dunn, Walter.

Dunne, T. E.

Duplessis.

Dutch Colonial Trading Company.

Dutton & Co., W.

Dyce & Co.

Dzing Nye Hsing, Hankow.

Eagle & Globe Steel Company.

East Asiatic Company.

Eastman & Co.

Eastern & Australian Steamship Company.

Eastern Engineering Works (James Turner), Tientsin.

Eastern Extension Telegraph Company.

Eastern Garage., Shanghai.

Eastern Trading Company.

Echo de Chine, Shanghai.

Echo de Tientsin.

Edgar Brothers & Co. Ekman & Co.

Ekman Foreign Agencies.

Ellis & Hay's, Shanghai.

Emens & Co., Ltd., W. S.

En Ching Low (Nun Cheng Lo), Tientsin.

Energie électrique.

Enterprise Tobacco Company, Limited.

Enticknap, P. (Ashton & Co., Limited).

Equitable Life Assurance Society.

Erasmic Company.

Etablissements de Tongkou.

Etablissements Fei Yen, Ateliers de Constructions Mécaniques. Evans, A. M. A.

Evans, & Co., Pugh.

Evans & Sons, Limited, Edward.

Eveleigh & Co.

Ewo Cotton Spinning & Weaving Company.

Ewo Yuen Press Packing Company.

Excess Insurance Company, Limited.

Ezra & Co., Edward, Shanghai.

Ezra & Co., Fred, Shanghai.

Ezra & Co., N. E. B.

Ezra & Co., Y.

Ezra, E. I., Shanghai.

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Fa Hsiang, Tientsin.

Fairchild, F. A.

Far Eastern Geographical Establishment. Farley, W. A. (Huntley & Palmer).

Farmer & Co., F. D.

Fearon, Daniel, & Co.

Federal Life Assurance Company of Canada.

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Fengtien District Inspectorate of Salt Revenue.

Fergusson, J. C. G., Harbin.

Ferretti.

Fielding, H. R.

Findlay, Richardson, & Co.

Finocchiaro & Co., G., Shanghai.

Firth & Sons, Ltd., W.

Fobes & Co., Ltd.

Fokhien Mercantile Co., Foochow.

Foo Sing, Chefoo.

Foo Tai Company, Hankow.

Foochow Dock & Arsenal, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow.

Foochow Electric Company, Foochow.

Foochow Native Hospital.

Foochow Pharmacy (Lu Si U).

Foochow Printing Press, Foochow.

Forbes & Co., William.

Foreign and China Dispensary.

Foster, McClellan & Co.

Frankau & Co., Ltd., A.

Frazar, E. W.

Frazar & Co.

Fredericks, J. A.

French Bakery.

Frodsham, G. W. (Fu Chung Corporation), Tientsin.

Fu Seng & Co., W., Foochow.

Fu Hsing Tai, Tientsin.

Fuchs & Co., H. (Rint'ai Stores).

Fujita & Co., Mukden.

Fukien Drug Company. Fukin & Co.

Fukul & Co., Shanghai.

Fung Tang, Shanghai.

Furukawa & Co., Shanghai.

Gabhai & Co., M. N.

Gadai Yoko.

Gaillard.

Gakuyodo Mori, Canton.

Gallusser & Co., A.

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Gande, Price, & Co.

Garner, Quelch, & Co.

Gates, F.

Geddes & Co., Ltd.

General Accident, Fire and Life Assurance Company.

General Electric Company.

General Electric Company of China, Limited.

General Electric Company of New York.

Genovese, G.

Gerassime Touliatos.

Gerin, Drevard & Co.

Gets Brothers & Co., Shanghai.

Gibb, Livingston & Co.

Gibbons & Co., J.

Gillard & Co., G. M.

Gillespie & Co.

Gilman & Co.

Ging Chong Hung & Co.

Gittins & Co.

Glaxo.

Glen Line Steamers.

Gobbai & Co., N. M.

Goldenberg & Co., H.

Goldsmith, Leopold A., Shanghai.

Gonda Shoten, Tieh Ling.

Gordes.

Gordon & Co.

Government Universities in China.

Goyet, Shanghai.

Grand Hôtel des Wagons-Lits, Peking.

Grant, Archibald.

Grayrigge, G., Shanghai.

Great China Dispensary.

Great Eastern Co., Ltd., Shanghai.

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Great Eastern Dispensary.

Great Northern Telegram Company. Greer, Limited, H. & W.

Greig & Co., M. W.

Grenard, Bettines & Co.

Griffith, Limited, T. E.

Griffiths' Butchery.

Grimes, A. C.

Grimshaw, R. (Hinrichsen & Co.).

Grosjean & Co.

Grundy, Reg'd. (Jaffe & Sons).

Grundy, V., Shanghai.

Guarantee Trust.

Gula Kalumpang Rubber Estates, Limited.

Gun Chee, Tientsin.

Gunn, Hugh, Mukden.

Hall & Holtz, Limited.

Han Yeh Ping Iron and Coal Company.

Handa Menko, Shanghai.

Hankow Club, Limited.

Hankow Dispensary, Limited.

Hankow Ice Works (Corsane, Anderson & Co.).

Hankow International Hospital, Hankow.

Hankow Light & Power Company.

Hankow Printing Office.

Hankow Race Club and Recreation Ground, Ltd.

Hankow Waterworks.

Hankow Wharf & Godown Co., Ltd.

Hannibal & Co., W. A., Canton.

Hansen, Wallace J., Canton.

Hanson, McNeill, Jones & Wright, Shanghai..

Hardoon, S. A.

Hardy, Walter.

Harper & Co., Ralph.

Harvey's Billposting Agency.

Harvie Cook & Co.

Harvie, J. A.

Hatch, Carter & Co.

Hattori Yoko.

Hausheer, M. E., Shanghai.

Haworth & Co., Ltd., R.

Hay & Co., Wm.

Heath & Co., Limited.

Heath & Co., P.

Heffer & Co., F. C.

Heiman, S. S.

Heisch, P. F.

Hemmerdinger Frères.

Hemmings & Berkley.

Henderson & Co.

Heng Chang Ter, Newchwang.

Heng Cheong & Co., Amoy.

Hérou & Co., Charles.

Hetherington & Sons, Ltd., J.

Hewett & Co., W.

Hill, H. G., Shanghai.

Hipwell, P.

Hirao & Co., Antung.

Hirsbrunner & Co.

Ho En Seong, Nanking.

Hogg, E. Jenner, Shanghai. Holgate, L. G.

Holgate, E. Jenner.

Holland-China Trading Company.

Holliday & Co., Ltd., C.

Holt's Wharf.

Hongkew Book Stall.

Hongkong and Shanghai Bank.

Hongkong Fire Insurance Company.

Hong Sun C., Shanghai.

Hopkins, Dunn & Co.

Horenstein & Co., L., Tientsin.

Horrobin, S. L. (Kolp Kullmann & Co.).

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Horse Bazaar and Motor Company.

Hôtel de France.

Hôtel de la Paix.

Hôtel de Pékin.

Hotchand Vishindas & Co.

Houvenier (Mason, Scheidler & Co.).

Howarth & Co., Richard.

Hsiao, Dr. C. N. (Union Dispensary), Tientsin.

Hsin Chong Cycle Co.

Hsin Kong & Co., Shanghai.

Hsing Kee.

Hsing Tai, Shanghai.

Hsu, W. T. O. (Imperial Medical College).

Hsun, Dr. W. T., Tientsin.

Hua Eng Tai, Swatow.

Hua Mui Dispensary, Swatow.

Hubbard, E. W.

Huber & Co., E., Shanghai.

Hueber & Co., Th., Shanghai.

Humphreys & Co., W. G.

Hung Chong Ter, Newchwang.

Hung Dah Medicine Co., Shanghai. Hunt, Newchwang.

Huntley & Palmer.

Hupei Government Cotton Mill.

Hutchison & Co., John D.

Hutchison & Co., Herbert.

Jah Leng Dispensary, Swatow.

Tak Sang Dispensary, Swatow. Iak Siu Dispensary, Swatow. Ilbert & Co.

Imperial Hotel, Limited.

Indo-China Steam Navigation Company.

Indra Line of Steamers.

Industrial Trading Co., Chefoo.

Innis & Riddle.

Inshallah Dairy Farm and Stock Company.

International Bank.

International Bicyoles Company,

International Book and Stationery Store.

International Cotton Manufacture Company.

International Dispensary, Shanghai.

International Dock, Shanghai.

International Estate and Finance, Shanghai.

International Export Company, Limited, Hankow and Nanking.

International Import and Export Company, Shanghai.

International Savings Society, Shanghai.

Isenman and Smith, Drs., Shanghai.

Italian-Chinese Import and Export Company.

Italian Trading Co.

Ito, G., Shanghai.

Itoh & Co., C., Shanghai.

Ivy Dairy.

Ivy, Dr. R. S.

Ivy and Robinson, Drs.

Jacks & Co., William.

Jackson & Co., J. A., Shanghai.

Jackson, Hanwell & Neild, Drs., Shanghai.

Jah Sin Dispensary, Swatow.

Jai Tai Chang, Shanghai.

Jak Leng Dispensary, Swatow.

Jak Seng Dispensary, Swatow.

Jak Sui Dispensary, Swatow.

Jan Siu Tong, Amoy.

Japanese Post and Telegraphs in Manchuria.

Japanese Red Cross Hospital, Mukden. Jardine, Matheson & Co.

Java Consolidated Rubber and Coffee Estate.

Java Sea and Fire Insurance Company.

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Jeejeebhoy & Co., D., Canton.

Jee. Dr. Pond M., Tientsin.

Jensen, G. S.

Jin Ann Dispensary, Swatow.

Jin Sin Tong, Amoy.

Joseph Bros.

Joseph, Ellis.

Joseph, J. H.

Jun Chee, Tientsin.

Juvet Leo. Tientsin.

Kadoorie, E. S.

Kadoorie, R. E.

Kai See & Co., Amoy.

Kailan Mining Administration. Kaitendo & Co., Newchwang. Kakiage Yoko, Shanghai.

Kale, E.

Kalee Hotel, Limited.

Kalgan Dairy Farm.

Kameya (Kamaya) & Co., S., Antung.

Kansaki & Co., Newchwang.

Kapayang Rubber Estate Company, Limited. Karatzas Bros.

Karimbaksh, H. A. J.

Kashimura Company, Tientsin.

Kathe Lim, Mrs., Art Needlework Depôt, Swatow. Kato & Co.

Katz & Co., A., Shanghai.

Kay & Co., W.

Kaye & Co., C. B.

Kelly & Walsh, Limited.

Kemp, & Co., Thomas.

Kempton, M. K.

Keng Ah, Amoy.

Kent & Mounsey, Tientsin.

Kermani, R. S., Shanghai.

Kew, Dr. Chadwick, Shanghai.

Keylock, Pratt, and Hobbs.

Keystone Tobacco Company, Limited.

Khuri, Selim A.

Kiangnan Dock and Engineering Works.

Kiangsu Chemical Works, Shanghai.

Kin Yamei, Dr, Peiyang Women's Dispensary, Tientsin.

King, Dr. H. T., Tientsin.

Klemantaski, Bates & Co.

Knapp & Co., W. B., Shanghai.

Ko Bros., Amoy.

Kochien Transport and Towboat Company, Limited.

Kodera & Co.

Konshyn, Limited, N. N., Shanghai.

Kow Kee & Co., F. L., Shanghai.

Kroewoek Java Plantations, Limited.

Ku, S. D., Chefoo.

Kua Seng Watt & Co., Amoy.

Kuang Sui Chiang Dispensary, Swatow.

Kuong Shing, Swatow.

Kung Ho & Co., Tientsin.

Kung Yik Cotton Spinning and Weaving Company.

Kwan, Dr. K. H., Ma Chia Kou, Tientsin.

Kwong Chek Dispensary, Swatow.

Kwong Fat Yuen, Shanghai.

Kwong On & Co., (China Dispensary), Canton.

Kwong Shing, Swatow.

Kwongtung Electric Supply Company, Canton.

Kwong Wo Company, Canton.

L. P. Medical Hall, Foochow.

La Belle Jardinière (E. A. Culpeck).

La Generale Soies, Canton.

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Lafuente & Wootten, Shanghai.

Laleacca & Co.

Lam Fong Drug Co.. Amoy.

Land Investment Company, Limited.

Landau, A., Shanghai.

Lane. Crawford & Co.. Limited.

Langkat Company, Shanghai.

Lao Sen Kee, Hankow.

Laou Kung Mow Cotton Spinning and Weaving Company, Large & Co., F.

Lau Bittakshing & Co., Canton.

Lau, E. C., Foochow.

Lau Tze Wai, Canton.

Lau Woodland & Co., Canton,

Laurent, Marius.

Lauro Cinema Co., China.

Lavers & Clark,

Law & Co., H. D.

Le Lion.

Le Munvon.

Lee Brothers & Co.. Swatow,

Lee Jui Kheng, Swatow.

Lee Sen Ann Dispensary, Swatow.

Lee Tai Cheang, Storekeeper, Swatow, Leeds, E. S., Newchwang.

Legation Pharmacy, (J. Henderson).

Legations of Allied Powers, Peking. Lekhomall Pinyamall.

Lem Pah Wo, Canton.

Lem Teh Se, Chao Chowfu Dispensary, Swatow.

Lester, Johnson & Morriss.

Lever Brothers, Limited.

Levy, Leone A.

Levy & Co., Simon.

Levy, N. S.

Ley. C.

Leyte, F.

Liang Dau An, Dr., Hankow.

Liao Conservancy Authority.

Liao River Conservancy, Newchwang.

Liddell Bros. Company.

Liddell & Co., Ltd., K.

Lih Teh Oil Mill Company, Limited.

Lim & Co., E.V.S., Swatow.

Lim Chin Tsong & Co., Amoy.

L'Imprimerie Française, Shanghai.

Ling Chong Cycle Co.

Lion, Lucien.

Little & Co., William.

Little, Adams & Wood, Canton.

Little, O. S.

Litvinoff & Co.

Liverman & Co., Ltd., G. S.

Liverpool Salvage Association.

Llewellyn & Co., Limited.

Lloyds.

Loa Hai Shing, Shanghai.

Loa Wai Dispensary, Canton. London Mission.

London Salvage Association.

Loo Tek Kee, Shanghai.

Lopato & Sons, Ltd., A.

Loup and Young.

Louvain.

Lowe, Bingham & Matthews.

Lowe, F. H. (Brigg Newmann & Co.).

Loxley & Co., W. R.

Lu Si U, (Foochow Pharmacy), Foochow.

Luan Fong Drug Co., Amoy.

Luen Steamship Company, Limited.

Luk Wo & Co. (The Luk Wo Dispensary), Canton.

L'Union de Paris (Compagnie d'Assurances), Shanghai.

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Ma Fel & Co.. Shanghai. Macbeth, Pawsey & Co. Macdonald & Co.. Thomas. Macdonald, Ronald. Macey & Co., G. H.

Mackay & Co., A. H.

Mackenzie, A. ('.

MacKenzie & Co.. Limited.

Mackie & Co.. A.

Maclay & Co.

Macleod, Marshall, Marsh, Billinghurst & Murray, Drs.. Shanghai.

Mactavish & Lehmann.

Macy & Co., G. H.

Madier.

Magasin français d'Alimentation (M. Colomb).

Magasins généraux.

Magill & Co.

Main, S. D.

Maison Parisienne, La (Au Petit Louvre).

Maitland & Co.

Maitland & Fearon.

Major Brothers, Limited.

Malcampo & Co., Amoy.

Malthoid Roofing Manufacturers.

Manchurian Company, Limited.

Manila Shanghai Export & Import Co. Manini, E. Hankow,

E,

Manners, John.

Mappin & Webb.

Markt & Co,

Martime Custom Houses (Throughout China).

Marthoud Frères.

Martin & Co., W.

Matheson & Co., G.

Mavrokephalos & Co., Hankow.

McBain, G.

McGillivray, J. P.

McKean, S. H., Shanghai.

McMullan & Co.

Mee Cheung Studio, Amoy.

Mei Te Cheng, Tientsin.

Meiji Trading Company, Shanghai.

Mencarini & Co.

Menga, C., Tientsin.

Mercantile Bank of India, Ltd.

Methodist Publishing House.

Meurer Frères.

Meyer, M.

Middleton & Co., Ltd.

Miffret, A.

Miller, E. D., Canton.

Min Seng Dispensary, Hankow.

Ming Chong Cycle Company.

Ministries and Departments of the Chinese Governments.

Mission Book Co., Shanghai.

Mitsubish Goshi Kaisha, Hankow, Canton.

Mitsubishi & Co., Shanghai.

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Hankow, & Tieh Ling.

Mitsui & Co., Shanghai.

Molchanoff Pechatnoff & Co., Hankow.

Moller & Co.

Monbaron, Charles.

Monbaron & Vanderstegen, Hankow.

Moore & Co., L.

Moorhead & Halse.

Morgan Crucible Company, Limited.

Morse Co., G. S.

Mosca & Prario.

Moser, J. H.

Mossop. A. G., Shanghai.

Moutrie & Co., Ltd., S.

Moyroux, V.

Mukden Trading Co.

Municipal Council, Shanghai.

Municipalities of British Allied and Neutral Concessions and of

the International Concession at Shanghai.

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Murphy, J. R. (Dowler, Forbes & Co.).

Murray, Noël, & Co.

Mustard & Co.

Mutual Stores, Canton.

Nabholz & Co.

Nagai Bunko, Shanghai.

Nagano Yoko.

Naishin Company.

Nakvasin & Co., D. J., Hankow.

Nanking Dispensary, Nanking. Nanri Yoko.

Nanyang Dispensary.

Nathan, M. J.

National Cash Register Company.

National Union Society of Bedford.

Naval College, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow.

Naylor & Co., J.

Neill & Co., James.

Nemazee & Co., H. M., Shanghai.

Neotia & Co.

Nestlé and Anglo-Swiss Milk Company.

Netherlands Harbour Works Company.

Netherlands Llovd of Amsterdam & Batavia Marine Insurance

Co., Shanghai.

Netherlands Trading Society.

Nettle, P. Edward.

Neutral Legations, Peking.

New Amoy Dock Company.

New Chinese Antimony Company.

New Engineering and Shipbuilding Works, Limited.

New Zealand Insurance Company.

Newchwang Wharf and Godown Company.

Newman. E.

Nicholas & Co.

Nicholas Tsu, Engineering and Shipbuilding Works.

Nielsen and Winthers (China Engineering Co., Ltd.), Hankow. Nigniewtzky.

Nikka Yoko.

Nippon Menkwa Kabushiki Kaisha, Hankow.

Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Hankow.

Nisshin Kisen Kaisha, Hankow.

Nisshin Yabuko, Shanghai.

Nisshin Yoko.

Noël, Murray & Co., Limited.

Noor, Mahomed & Co., Madji.

Nor Kung Leong, Canton.

Norbury, F. J.

Norbury, Eric.

Norbury, Natzio & Co., Limited.

Noronha, Fernandez & Co., Canton.

North British Mercantile Insurance Company.

North China Daily Mail, Tientsin.

North China Daily News and Herald, Limited.

North China Engineering Company.

North China Insurance Company, Limited.

North China Printing and Publishing Company.

North China Produce Company.

North Great China Dispensary.

Northern Assurance Company.

Noury, N., Noury & Co.

Nozawa Gumi, Shanghai.

Nun Cheng Lo, (En Ching Low), Tientsin. Nutter, Walter & Co.

Nye, Dr. S. P., Canton.

Ocean Accident and Guarantee Company. Ocean Marine Insurance Company. Ocean Steamship Company, Limited. Office Appliance Co., The, Shanghai. Office of Works, His Majesty's.

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Okura & Co., Limited, Shanghai.

Old Dock.

Old Ningpo

Olivier & Co.

Wharf.

Olivier Export and Import Company. Olsen & Co.

Omi & Co., Newchwang.

Ong Mah Chao & Co., Amoy.

Onomura & Co., Shanghai.

Opium Bonded Godown.

Orient Trading Company.

Oriental Advertising Company, Limited. Oriental Cigarette & Tobacco Co.

Oriental Dispensary, Shanghai.

Oriental Export Company, Chefoo. Oriental Optical Company, Shanghai. Oriental Press.

Osaka Kobayashi Shiten, Shanghai. Osaka Shosen Kaisha, Canton. Oussiatinski, A. D., Chefoo.

Oxygen and Drum Company, Limited.

Pabaney, E.

Pacific Mail Steamship Company.

Pagoda Anchorage Naval College.

Paizis & Co.

Palace Hotel, Shanghai.

Palmer & Turner.

Panoff & Co., J. K.

Pao Chen Dispensary, Swatow.

Paradissis & Co., Ltd.

Parisian Hair-dressing Saloon.

Parker & Co., J. H. P.

Parker, Reilly & Co.

Parker & Smith.

Parisian Hairdressing Saloon.

Parsee Trading Company.

Patel & Co., A. C.

Patell & Co.

Pathé Phonocine Machine.

Patisserie Parisienne, Shanghai.

Paturel, Shanghai.

Paulsen & Bayes-Davey.

Pearce&Garriock.

Pearson & Son, Ltd., S.

Peiyang Medical College, Tientsin.

Peiyang Tannery.

Peking Chinese Electric Light & Power Co., Peking.

Peking Daily News.

Peking Gazette.

Peking Motor Company (Chinson Chao).

Peking Pavilion.

Peking Syndicate.

P. and O. Steam Navigation Company.

Pennell & Co., E.

Permata Rubber Estate, Limited.

Perrin, Cooper & Co.

Persian Commercial Company.

Petersen & Co., A., Hankow,

Peujang Medical College.

Phillips, Dr. Walter.

Phoenix Assurance Company.

Picca & Co., (Pharmacy Central).

Pickwick, F. H.

Pike, A. T. J.

Pilcher, H. W. (John Burnham & Co., and M. Hertz & Co.).

Platt, Macleod & Wilson.

Po Tai Wo Co., Swatow.

Po Wah & Co., Canton.

Po Wai Dispensary, Canton.

Poo Tung & Co., Swatow.

Poohoomal Mulliamul Amer, Hankow.

Pootung Wharves.

Popoff Frères, C. & S.

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Pottinger & Paton.

Powell & Co., S. J., Shanghai.

Presse Orientale, La.

Price's China, Limited.

Priestwood, J. G., Shanghai.

Probst, Hanbury & Co.

Produce Export Company., Ltd.

Protopapos & Co.

Provincial Governments and their Departments throughout China. Puthod.

Quan Hang Shing, Canton.

Queen's Hotel, Tientsin, (C. T. Goodacre).

Quelch & Co., C. W., Shanghai.

Racine, Ackermann & Co.

Railton & Co., Ltd.

Rakusen & Co., H., Shanghai.

Ramello, F.

Ramos Amusement Company.

Ramsay & Co., Limited.

Ramsay & Co., H. E.

Ramsay & Co., Ltd., H. E.

Ramsay, N. B.

Rayner, Heussor & Co., Shanghai.

Real Estate & Trading Co., Ltd., Hankow.

Reid, Evans & Co.

Reiss & Co.

Reiss & Co., Hugo.

Rembrandt Photo Company,

Remington Typewriter Company.

Repah Rubber and Tapico Estates, Limited.

Representation for British Manufacturers, Limited.

Reuter Telegram Company.

Reynaud, Eugène & Co.

Reynolds, Dr. W. G., Canton.

Richards, J. H., Shanghai.

Rigge, H. E., (John Bottom & Co., Ltd., & Scharff & Co.). Riggio, A.

Rint'ai Stores, Mukden.

Rizaeff Frères, Shanghai.

Robinson Piano Company, Limited.

Rodsil & Co.

Rondon & Co.

Ronco, Limited.

Rosario & Co., (Coffin Fittings), Shanghai.

Rose, Downs & Thompson, Limited.

Rose, Hewett & Co.

Ross & Co.. Alex.

Roth & Co., B.

Rouse, E. H.

Rousseau, E.

Roxburgh, Limited, R.

Royal Insurance Company.

Royal Mail Steam Packet Company.

Rozario & Co., Shanghai.

Russian and Mukden Trading Company.

Russo-Asiatic Bank.

Russo-British Mining and Industrial Co., Tientsin.

Rutherford, N. H.

Saey Tai, Shanghai.

Salmon, J. E., Shanghai.

Sam Joe & Co.

Samson, E. (Eastman & Co.), Shanghai.

Samuel & Co., Limited.

Sanderson & Co.

Sanrin Tobacco Company.

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San-Sui-ken, Shanghai.

Saou Kee, Shangbai.

Sassoon & Co., E. D.

Sassoon & Co., Limited, D.

Sauvayre, Shanghai.

Schiller & Co.

Scotson, Jas. (Stewart & Co.).

Scott & Bowne, Limited.

Scott, Harding & Co.

Scottish Union & National Insurance Company.

Seishin & Co., Mukden, Newchwang.

Semagaga Rubber Company, Limited.

Semambu Rubber Estates, Limited.

Senawang Rubber Estate Co., Limited.

Seng Ann Hong Kee Dispensary, Swatow.

Seng Kee, Amoy.

Sennet Frères.

Sennett, Frères.

Seo & Co., Mukden.

Seth A. Seth.

Seu Yin Sei Dispensary, Foochow.

Shahmoon, E. E., Shanghai.

Shahmoon, S. E., Shanghai.

Shameen Lawn Tennis Club.

Shang Tai Ye & Co., Tientsin.

Shanghai Building Company.

Shanghai Club.

Shanghai Cotton Manufacturing Co.

Shanghai Dispensary, Canton.

Shanghai Dock an Engineering Company.

Shanghai Electric and Asbestos Company, Limited.

Shanghai Electric Construction Company.

Shanghai Gas Company,

Shanghai General Hospital.

Shanghai General Store.

Shanghai Golf Club.

Shanghai Horse Bazaar.

Shanghai Tee and Cold Storage Company.

Shanghai-Klebang Rubber Estates, Limited. Shanghai Land Investment Company. Shanghai-Malay Rubber Estates, Limited. Shanghai Mercury, Limited.

Shanghai Mutual Telephone Company, Limited.

Shanghai-Nanking Railway.

Shanghai Optical Company.

Shanghai Paper Mill.

Shanghai Stores Company.

Shanghai-Sumatra Tobacco Company, Limited.

Shanghai Tannery Company, Limited.

Shanghai Times.

Shanghai Toilet Club.

Shanghai Tug and Lighter Company,

Shanghai Waterworks Company, Limited.

Shantung Drug Store, Chefoo.

Shantung Silk and Lace Company.

Shaw, G. L., Antung.

Shaw Brothers, G. L., Mukden.

Shawhsing Company, G. N., Newehwang.

Shekury, G. L., Shanghai.

Shewan, Tomes & Co.

Shing (Ching), Kee, Amoy.

Shing Yue & Co., Shanghai.

Shinri Yoko.

Shroff, P. B.

Shun Chee & Co., Tientsin.

Shun Kee & Co., Shanghai.

Shun Tah & Co., Shanghai.

Shung Chang & Co., Chefoo.

Silbermann & Co., (Drapers' Sundries).

Sin An Tong Dispensary, Amoy.

Sin Jen Tong, Amoy.

Sin Se Tong, Amoy.

Sincere Co., Ltd., Canton and Shanghai.

Sing, A., Shanghai.

Sing Chong & Co.

Sing Tai, Chefoo.

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Singer Sewing Machine Company.

Sino-Foreign Coal Mining Co., Limited, (Tung Hsing), Tientsin. Sino-Swiss Commercial Co.

Sit Heng & Co., Amoy.

Siu Jen Tong, Amoy.

Siu Leng Dispensary, Swatow. Siu-se-Tong, Amoy.

Skinn, Alfred John, Peking. Sligh, J.

Slowe & Co.

Smith & Co., L. H.

Smith, Edwin R., D.D.S., Tientsin.

Société d'Exportation et d'Importation Coloniales, Tientsin.

Société Fonciere de Shameen, Canton.

Société forestière de Haïlin et de Manchurie, La.

Société franco-chinoise de Batellerie et Cabotage en Chine.

Société franco-chinoise de Crédit.

Société indo-chinoise.

Soeka Warna Tea Estate.

Solina & Co., R. V. (Viccajee F. & R. Proprietors). Solina, R. V.

Solomon, S. J.

Smekh, B. A., Shanghai.

Smekh, D. S., Shanghai.

Somekh, S. S., Shanghai.

South British Insurance Company.

South China Trading Co., Canton.

South Manchuria Railway Company.

Sowa Yoko, Shanghai.

Soychee Cotton Spinning Company. Sparke, C. E.

Speyer, C. (Sir J. Behrens & Sons). Spunt and Rosenfeld.

Squires-Bingham Co.

Standard Bank of South Africa.

Standard Life Assurance Company.

Standard Oil Company.

State Assurance Co., Ltd., Shanghai.

Stearne, J. C.

Steiner & Co., Ltd., F.

Subira, J. M.

Sudka, J. A.

Sugiyama & Co., Canton.

Sui Chong and Shun.

Sui Jin Tong, Amoy.

Sui Leng Dispensary, Swatow.

Sullivan & Co., J.

Sulzer, Rudolph & Co.

Sun Insurance Office.

Sun Life Assurance of Canada.

Sung Chuan Tien & Co., Tsinan.

Sung Hong Dai, Shanghai.

Suzuki & Co., Shanghai.

Swatow Dispensary.

Syndicat industriel et commercial.

Sze Hing (Hung) Company, Chefoo

Tabaquería Filipina.

Tackey & Co., W. M.

Tai, E., Tientsin.

Tai Fu Lin, Dr., Newchwang.

Tai On & Co., (The Canton Medical Hall), Canton.

Tai Seng & Co., Foochow.

Tai Wah Dispensary, Swatow.

Taikoo Sugar Refining Co., Ltd., Shanghai.

Taiping Rubber Estates.

Tait & Co.

Takata & Co., Shanghai.

Takkee & Co., Foochow.

Taku Tug and Lighter Company, Limited.

Talati Brothers, Peking and Tientsin.

Talati & Co., Tientsin.

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Talow Dispensary.

Tan Seong Chee & Co., Amoy.

Tannerie franco-chinoise.

Tata Sons & Co., Shanghai. Taylor, Albert, Shanghai. Tavlor & Co.

Tehun Tet Dispensary, Swatow. Teerathdas, N., Shanghai. Teesdale & Godfrey, Shanghai. Teh Kee Dispensary, Hankow. Tek Hua Dispensary, Swatow. Tek Shun Hing, Chefoo. Theodore & Rawlins. Thomas & Co., F. Thomson, G. Irwin.

Thomson, G. H. and N.

Thompson & Co., A. E. S.

Thoresen, O.

Thunder, C.

Thurier & Kohr, Hankow.

Tibbey, H. M.

Tibesart, J. A. (provisional).

Tiehling Commercial Museum Gonda Shoten, Tiehling.

Tientsin Bicycle Company, Amoy.

Tientsin Club, Tientsin.

Tientsin Dispensary.

Tientsin Gas and Electric Light Company.

Tientsin Ironworks, Limited.

Tientsin Native City Waterworks, Limited.

Tientsin Press, Limited.

Tientsin Soap Manufacturing Co., Tientsin.

Tientsin Tobacco Company.

Tientsin Waterworks Company, Ltd.

Tilley & Limby.

Times Dharwar & Co.

Tin See Tong Dispensary, Amoy.

Tiram Estates, Limited.

Toa & Co.

Toa Koshi, Shanghai.

Toa Tobacco Company, Newchwang.

Toeg and Read, Shanghai.

Toh Tiong Hok, Amoy.

Tom, H., British Concession, Tientsin.

Tom S., Chefoo.

Ton Ying & Co.

Tong Cheong & Co., Amoy.

Tong Eng, Amoy.

Tong Seng & Co., Amoy.

Tonglin & Co., Canton.

Toshado Shiten, Shanghai.

Towa & Co., Newchwang.

Trading Co., The, Hankow (The Successors to Alexis Goobkin, A.,

Koosnetzoff & Co.).

Travers Smith.

Truman & Co., R. N.

Trust Co., Chungking.

Tschurin & Co., I. I., Harbin.

Tshun Tak Dispensary, Swatow.

Tsingtao Brewery.

Tsu, Nicholas, Engineering Works.

Tsui, Dr. Y. Y., Union Dispensary, Tientsin.

Tsung Tsoon Sing, Amoy.

Tsurutani Yoko.

Tung Hồ & Co., Newchwang.

Tung Hsing (Sino-Foreign Coal Mining Company, Limited),

Peking and Tientsin. (Dovey & Co., Managers)

Tung Shen Te, Tientsin.

Tung Tại & Co.

Tung Teh Heng, Chefoo.

Tung Yu Brothers, Shanghai.

Tunkadoo Dock.

Tunkadoo Wharves.

Turner, E. W.

Twigg, P. O'Brien.

Twyford & Co., J.

Tze Hop Shing & Co., G., Tientsin.

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Ullmann & Co.

Underwood Typewriter Company.

Union Assurance Company, Limited. Union Commercial Company, Limited. Union Dispensary, Tientsin.

Union Insurance Society of Canton. Union Marine Insurance Company.

Union Medical College.

United States Steel Products.

Vacuum Oil Company.

Vanderstegen & Co., L., Hankow. Van Ess & Co., A.

Varenne & Compagnie, Th., Canton. Venturi, F., Shanghai.

Veroudart.

Vicajee & Co., F.

Viccajee & Co., H.

Vickers, Limited.

Vikula Morocov, Newchwang.

Villa & Brothers, A. P.

Viloudaki, Hiscocks & Co., Shanghai.

Vogue, Shanghai.

Vrard & Co.

Wah Chang Mining & Smelting Co., Changsha.

Wah Loong, Canton.

Wah Mei Dispensary, Canton.

Wah Ming Optical Company.

Wah On Dispensary, Canton.

Wai Chi, Japanese Concession, Tientsin.

Walker, Livingstone.

Wallem & Co., Shanghai.

Wang, Dr., Li Ya Pharmacy.

Wang, Dr. Y. N., Tientsin and Peking.

Wannieck, Limited.

Warren & Co., C'. E., Canton.

Waste Silk Boiling Company.

Watson & Co., Limited, A. S.

Watt, Dr. W. T., (Imperial Medical College), Tientsin.

Watt, J. A. D.

Wattie & Co., Limited, J. A.

Watts & Co.

Weeks & Co., Limited.

Weihaiwei Land and Building Company.

Wen Hua Printing Press, Hankow.

West of Scotland Insurance Office, Ltd., Shanghai

Westminster Tobacco Company.

Westphal, King & Ramsay, Limited.

Wheelock & Co.

Wheen, Edward & Sons.

Whitall & Co., Limited, J.

White Brothers.

White, David (A. Beer Sons and Simon).

White-Cooper, Oppe & Master, Shanghai.

Whiteaway, Laidlaw & Co.

Whitfield & Co.

Whitlam, R. P. (Thos. G. Hill & Co.).

Whitney & Co., J. C.

Whitworth, Limited, Herbert.

Wijk & Co., D.

Wilkinson, H. P., Shanghai,

Wilkinson, Heywood & Clark.

Wilkinson, T. M., Foochow.

Williams' Medicine Co., Dr. (G. T. Fulford Co. of Canada).

Williams, K. J.

Wilson & Co.

Wing Tai.

Winston, Dr. Warwick.

Winteler, M.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, 1916.

Wisner & Co.

Wisner & Co., P. F.

Wissotsky & Co., W.

Wong Ah Ming, French Concession, Tientsin.

Wong Chuen Yung (British Manufacturers' Agency), Shanghai.

Wong Shing Chong, Shanghai.

Wong Yuen Kee, French Concession, Tientsin.

Wong Zung Chong, Shanghai.

Woo, M. L., Tientsin.

Woo Chong.

Woods, J.

Woollen, Vosy & Co.

Worthington Pump Company, Limited. Wrightson & Co., Shanghai.

Wu Lien Teh, Harbin.

Y. Ching Chong.

Yamamoto & Co., Tientsin.

Yan Shau & Co., Ltd., Canton.

Yan Sun Co., Ltd., Canton.

Yang, J., Poste Française, Peking.

Yang & Co., I. C., Peking.

Yang-tsze Engineering Works.

Yang-tsze Insurance Company.

Yang-tsze Land and Finance Company. Yang-tsze Poo Cotton Mill.

Yap Eck Liok, Amoy.

Yat Ling Dispensary, Swatow. Yates, T. M.

Yau, Dr. K. S., Tientsin and Peking.

Yee Ann & Co., Swatow.

Yee G wan & Co., Amoy.

Yeo Swee Swan & Co., Amoy.

Yik Sang Dispensary, Swatow.

Yishin & Co., Mukden.

Yoan Siu Dispensary, Swatow. Yokohama Specie Bank.

Yorkshire Insurance Company.

Yoshida & Co., Shanghai.

Young Bros. Trust Company, Chungking and Shanghai. Yu Feng Kung Ssu, Chefoo.

Yu Tai.

Yuasa, T., Hankow.

Yue Chong Tai.

Yuen Cheong & Co., Shanghai.

Yuen Chong, Shanghai.

Yuen Sui Chang, Swatow.

Yuen Tah & Co., Shanghai.

Yuen Tung Lee.

Yung Fung Photo Supply Co., Peking.

Yung Hing Printing Co., Shanghai.

Yut Zae Chang.

Yuwasei Yoko, Tiehling.

Za Chong Shun, Shanghai.

Zi-ka-wei Press, Shanghai.

Zundel Emile Manufacturing Company.

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Siam.

His Majesty's Diplomatic, Consular, Military, and Naval Officers.

British Missionary Bodies and Missionary Bodies of Neutral and Allied Countries.

Abdoolally, H., Bangkok.

Abdulcaium K. Saherwalla, Bangkok.

Adam & Co., A. H. M.

Adamjee Allibhai Dorajiwalla, Bangkok. Adamsen, Dr., Bangkok.

Ah Fook, C. C. G., Bangkok.

Ah Lee Keh, (Yah Lee), Lampang. Alibhai Chinwala, Bangkok.

American Presbyterian Mission Press. Angullia & Sons, A., Bangkok. Apothecaries' Hall.

Arracan Company, Limited, Bangkok. Asiatic Cattle Co., Bangkok.

Asiatic Petroleum Company, Limited.

Asow & Co., Y., Bangkok.

Assumption Printing Press, Bangkok.

Baboojee, A. K., Bangkok.

Babu, Renong.

Badman & Co., H. A.

Bagawie, S. M., Bangkok.

Bamrung Nukulkich Printing Works, (Luang Damrong), Bang-

kok.

Ban Chin Thye, Puket.

Ban Eik, Renong.

Ban Eng, Renong.

Ban Hin, Puket and Pangnga.

Ban Hin Guan, Puket.

Ban Hong, Puket and Pangnga.

Ban Lee Moh, Krabi.

Ban Quan Ho, Puket.

Ban Seng Chieng, Bangkok.

Ban Seng Hin, Trang.

Ban Seng Un, Krabi.

Bangkok Dock Company, Limited.

Bangkok Manufacturing Company, Limited.

Bangkok Times Press, Limited.

Bangkok United Club.

Bangnon Syndicate, Renong.

Banque de l'Indo-Chine.

Barrow, Brown & Co.

Bean Getan, Renong and Pangnga.

Bean Guan, Puket.

Bean Hup, Puket.

Béranger, Malcolm (Maison Béranger).

Berli & Co., A., Bangkok.

Bhandakayacara, Bangkok.

Bian Joo Thye, Bangkok,

Boay Lye. Pangnga.

Bombay-Burma Trading Corporation, Limited, Bangkok.

Bong Hong, Puket.

Boo Gark, Setul.

Boon Long, Printer, Bangkok.

Boon Mee Dispensary, Bangkok.

Boon Teck, Renong.

Borgersen, H. B.

Borneo Company, Limited, Bangkok, Chiengmai.

British-American Tobacco Company, Limited.

British Club.

British Dispensary.

Buan Soon Lee & Co., Bangkok.

Budroodin, F. H., Bangkok.

Buk Sua, Pangnga.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, 1916.

Cartwright, B. O., Bangkok.

Chan Khong Sin, Setul.

Chan Kim Kee, Bangkok.

Chapman, W. P., Bangkok.

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China.

Cheng Kiat Li, Bangkok.

Chew Keok Kongsi, Puket and Trang,

Chiang Hak, Bangkok.

Chiang Huat Chan, Bangkok.

Chieng Mai Mission Press, Bangkok.

Chin Aik Khan, Puket.

Chin Hin, Bangkok.

Chin Hock, Puket.

Chin Soon, Bangkok.

China-Siam (Chino-Siam), Daily News. Chinese Mercantile Dispensary, Bangkok. Chino-Siamese Trading Co., Bangkok. Chip Nghi Soon, Bangkok.

Chip Yiak Siang Chan, Bangkok.

Chong Guan Soon, Bangkok.

Chong Lye Chan, Renong.

Chong Phye, Pangnga.

Chong Sen, Bangkok.

Choo Kwang Lee, Bangkok,

Choo Seng, Takuapa.

Chop Goh Chiap Seng, Bangkok.

Chotirmall & Co., K. A. T.

Chuan Lee, Takuapa.

Chung Chin Yuen & Co., Bangkok.

Chung Chooe Guan Ah Fook, Bangkok. Chye Seng Soon, Bangkok.

City Dispensary, Bangkok.

Couper-Johnston & Co., D.

Dastakeer & Co., Bangkok. De Burgh, W., Bangkok. Deebook Dredging, Renong. Diana & Co., A., Bangkok.

Dickinson, John, & Co.

Diethelm & Co., Limited.

Divan Ahmad Haji Peer Mahomed, Bangkok. Dunlop, John M.

E Kee, Bangkok.

East Asiatic Company, Limited.

Eastern Smelting Company, Puket.

Edgar Brothers.

Educational Supply Association.

Eh Kee, Bangkok.

Eng Guan, Trang.

Excelsior Ice Factory.

Fook Loong & Co., Bangkok.

Fraser & Neave, Limited. French Dispensary.

Gilitwalla, E. E., Bangkok.

Gin Seng, Takuapa.

Git Git Choon, Puket.

Goh Vong Chua, Bangkok.

Goon Hok Heng, Bangkok.

Goriawalla, A. H. A., Bangkok.

Goriawalla, F. A, Bangkok.

Government Modical Depôt, Bangkok. Gritters, Mrs., Bangkok.

Groundwater & Co., C. L.

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Guan Eng, Renong.

Guan Huat Seng, Bangkok.

Guan Mong Chan, Bangkok.

Guan Leng, Bangkok.

Gulam Mydin, Bangkok.

Gulamhusan Abdoolkader (Gulam Husain Abdul Kader) (Kader,

G. A.), Bangkok.

Habibar, Rehman, Bangkok.

Hajee Saker Gunny, Bangkok. Hak Heng Lee, Bangkok.

Hak Seng, Bangkok.

Halim & Co., B. A.

Han Fook Seng, Bangkok (also written Thien Fook Seng).

Hansen, Dr. C. (Lotus Dispensary).

Hap Fong, Bangkok.

Harp Heng Long & Co.

Harp Vour Long & Co.

Harrison, Frank A., Puket and Pangnga.

Heap Aik, Renong.

Heng Guan Chan, Puket.

Heng Heng Guan Seng, (also written Heng Hin Guan Seng),

Bangkok.

Heng Hoa, Bangkok, Hiap Hin, Takuapa.

Ho Cheang, Takuapa.

Ho Choon, Puket.

Ho Hin, Renong.

Ho Hin, Pangnga.

Ho Huat, Renong.

Ho Seng, Trang.

Hock Cheang, Pangnga.

Hock Chong Seng, Takuapa.

Hock Choon, Trang.

Hock Chuan, Krabi.

Hock Chuan & Co., Bangkok.

Hock Guan, Trang.

Hock Ho, Penong.

Hock Ho Choon, Bangkok.

Hock Kee, Renong.

Hoh Leng Dispensary, Bangkok.

Hok Hin Lee, Bangkok,

Hong Bee, Renong.

Hong Ching, Bangkok.

Hong Guan, Pangnga.

Hong Hua, Bangkok.

Hong Huat, Puket.

Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.

Hong Moh, Renong.

Hong Thye, Bangkok.

Hooi Lam Chong, Pangnga.

Hoop Tack Cheung, Bangkok.

Hoosain, A. G., Bangkok.

Hoosain, Akbar & Sons., Bangkok.

Hoosain, E. A., Bangkok.

Hotchand, Vichindas & Co., Bangkok. Hup Ho, Setul.

Hup Mong Thye, Bangkok.

Hussein & Sons, A., Bangkok.

Ikezaki & Co., K., Bangkok. Indo Burma Cigar Depôt, Bangkok. International Store.

Ito & Co., T., Bangkok.

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Jakob, Setul.

Jawarad Dispensary.

Jewaji Raja & Sons, M. Moosbhoy (or M. Moosbhoy Raja).

Joo Chye Kee, Bangkok.

Joo Guan, Renong.

Joo Hoa Lee, Bangkok.

Joo Huat, Bangkok.

Joo Phek, Pangnga.

Joo Seng & Co., Bangkok.

Kader, G. A. (Gulamhusan Abdoolkader).

Kaj, Cotermall & Co., Bangkok.

Kasoojee, M. E., Bangkok.

Kather Muhiatheen, K., Bangkok.

Katib, E. M.

Katoo Dee Book, Benang.

Katz Brothers, Limited.

Kean Heng Lee, Bangkok.

Kean Lee Chan, (Kean Lee & Co.,) Bangkok.

Kean Lee & Co., Bangkok.

Kean Seng, Krabi.

Kee, E. H., Bangkok.

Kempton & Co., Bangkok.

Keng Watt, Bangkok.

Kerr & Co.

Kho On (Khoon Seng), Bangkok.

Kia Lee, Bangkok.

Kiam Hoa Heng & Co., Bangkok.

Kiam Hoa Seng & Co., Bangkok.

Kikabhai & Brothers, A., Bangkok.

Kim Heng Seng, Bangkok, Kim Seug Lee, Bangkok. Kim Tai Seng, Bangkok. King Chan, Bangkok. King's College, Bangkok. Kluzer & Co., G., Bangkok. Ko San Nyun, Bangkok. Kong Hiap Hin, Puket.

Kong Mong Lee, Bangkok,

Kong Watt, Bangkok.

Kwang Nguan Lee Soon Kee, Bangkok.

Kwang Soon Tung, Bangkok.

Kwang Tong Seng, Bangkok.

Kwang Tung, Bangkok.

Kwong Chuen Chan, Bangkok.

Kwong Hang Seng, Bangkok.

Kwong Hoa Siang (Chiang), Bangkok.

Kwong Moh, Renong.

Kwong Mow, Bangkok.

Kwong Ngee Hoa & Co., Bangkok.

Kwong Tai, Bangkok.

Kwong Wo Sang, Bangkok.

Kwong Ying Cheong, Bangkok.

Ladha Singh, Bangkok.

Lakhwalla & Co., E. A., Bangkok.

Lakhwalla & Co., M. A., Bangkok.

Lam Ngor, Trang.

Lebai Nan, Setul.

Lee Kim, Renong.

Legations of Allied Powers.

Legations of Neutral Powers.

Lehna Singh, Bangkok.

Leong Chin Heng, Bangkok.

Leong Guan, Bangkok.

Leong Hin, Bangkok and Krabi.

Leonowens, Louis T., Limited, Bangkok and Lampang.

Li Kor, Pangnga.

Li Tit Guan, Bangkok.

Liang Seng Lee, Bangkok.

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Lim Hean Kheng, Renong. Lim Hean Swee, Renong. Lim Toh Choo, Renong.

Lo Kong Chang, Puket.

Loh Kye Juay & Co., Bangkok. Long Ann, Bangkok.

Long Heng Lee, Bangkok.

Lotus Dispensary (Dr. Hansen).

Luang Brohma Yodkee, Mrs. (Pradist Sookonta), Bangkok. Luang Damrong (Bamrung Nukulkich Printing Works), Bangkok. Luang Damrong Thamasarn, Bangkok.

Luang Phipat Tanakorn, Bangkok.

Macbeth, J. J.

Maideen, A.

Maire, A. J., Bangkok.

Maison Béranger (Béranger, Malcolm).

Malaya Tin Corporation, Renong.

Malbary, H. A.

Mansoor Sahib, S. S., Bangkok.

Marican, M. T. S.

Marican, S. S.

Maskati, A. T. E.

Maung Hpo Min, Lampang.

Maw Jim, Bangkok.

Maw Kim, (City Dispensary), Bangkok.

Maw Sooi Dispensary, Bangkok.

McFarland, Dr. G. B. (Dental Surgeon), Bangkok.

Mehar Singh, Bangkok.

Meklong Railway Company.

Menam Motor-boat Campany, Limited.

Meng Heng, Bandon.

Meng Hong, Bangkok.

Meng Heng Lee, Bangkok.

Michellis and Drimitrellis, Bangkok.

Ministries and Departments of the Royal Siamese Government.

Mitani, Dr. T., Bangkok.

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Limited, Bangkok.

Mizokami, M., Bangkok.

Mogul, M. A.

Mohamed Meah & Co., D. S., Bangkok.

Mohammedally Noorbhai, Bangkok.

Moh Tuan, Bangkok.

Mom Anuwongse, Bangkok (known as Phra Pochanapricha).

Mong Hoa, Bangkok.

Monod & Co., C. E., Bangkok.

Motiwalla, F. A., Bangkok.

Moung Pe, Bangkok.

Murakami, R., Bangkok.

Musaji & Co., Bangkok. Mydin, Setul.

Nai Lert, Bangkok.

Nai Siu (Phasadu Usamayon), Bangkok.

Nakhoda Osmanbhai Amirbhai& Co., Bangkok.

Nan Singh, Setul.

Nana, A. E., Bangkok.

Nana & Co., A. & A., Bangkok.

Nana, E. A., Bangkok.

Nean Jee Hin, Puket.

Neo Choo, Pangnga.

Nestle and Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company.

Netherlands Trading Society Co., Siam.

Nguan Seng Soon, Bangkok.

Ni Lye Hong, Pangnga.

Nooraddin Dawoodbhoi, Bangkok.

Nusaui & Co., M., Bangkok.

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On Wo, Bangkok.

Ooi Chay, Renong.

Oon Hock Guan, Bangkok, Oriental Bakery, Bangkok. Oriental Store, Bangkok. Osawa & Co., J., Bangkok. Oyama & Co., K., Bangkok.

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Paknam Railway Company.

Pappayanopulos, Co., Bangkok. Peng Lee Chan, Bangkok. Pereira & Co., E. M.

Pharnitsuphaphon Printing Office, Bangkok, Phasadu Usamayon, Bangkok.

Phatanakorn Cinematograph Co., Bangkok.

Phya Sri Kridikara, Bangkok.

Piroshaw, F. Mama, Bangkok.

Pisal Banniti, Printer, Bangkok.

Pock Thve, Puket.

Poh Wah Seng, Bangkok.

Pollard, T. H.

Pradist Sookonta (Mrs. Luang Brohma Yodkee), Bangkok. Puck Choon & Co., Bangkok.

Puket Dispensary, Puket.

Rahim, H. Abdool, Bangkok.

Raja (Jewaji Raja & Sons).

Ratanamala Company, Bangkok.

Ratrut Basin Tin Dredging Company, Renong.

Renong Tin Dredging Co., Renong.

Rochiram & Co., Bangkok.

Rong Pim Nangsu Pim Thai Mai, Bangkok.

Rosenberg, M., Bangkok.

Royal Bangkok Sports Club.

Royal Siamese State Railways.

Sae Thien & Co., Bangkok.

Saing Hiang, Takuapa.

Salebhai & Co., A. R., Bangkok.

Sampson, John, & Son.

Sarafally, G. A., Bangkok.

Saw Hood Beng, Sengora.

Selley, N. L., Wat Debsirindr School, Bangkok.

Semprez & Co., Bangkok.

Seng Heng Chan, Bangkok.

Seng Guan, Puket.

Seng Hin, Renong.

Seng Hong & Co., Banghok.

Seng Le, Trang.

Seng Lee, Bangkok.

Seng Lee Chiang, Bangkok.

Seng Long, E., Bangkok.

Seng Song & Co., Bangkok.

Seng Teik, Pangnga.

Shaik Mahomet, Trang.

Siah Leng, A., Bangkok.

Siah Leng Dispensary, Bangkok.

Siam Cement Company, Limited, Bangkok.

Siam Commercial Bank.

Siam Electricity Company, Limited.

Siam Forest Company, Limited.

Siam Free Press Company, Limited.

Siam Import Company, Limited.

Siam Industries Syndicate.

Siam Motor Works, Limited.

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Siam Observer Press, Limited.

Siam Perfumery Store.

Siam Stamp Company. Siamese Southern Railway.

Siamese Tin Syndicate. Siamese Tobacco Company. Siamwalla, D. II. A., Bangkok. Siamwalla, F. A., Bangkok. Siang Hak Bangkok.

Sieng Kee Chan, Bangkok. Sin Gim Hong, Puket. Sin Hin, Puket and Renong. Sin Kheng Leong, Renong. Sin Kheng Seang, Puket. Sin Sin Hah, Bangkok. Singer Sewing Machine Co. Siribhand Store, Bangkok.

Smith Premier Typewriter Company.

Société Anonyme Belge.

Soon Chua Sông, Bangkok.

Soon Hock Seng, Bangkok.

Soon Seng. Renong.

Sophon Printing Office.

Soy Ying Yuen, Bangkok.

Springer, Major N., Chiengmai.

Sriracha Company, Limited, Bangkok.

Standard Oil Company.

Staro, A., Mme.

Steel Brothers & Co., Limited.

Stephens, Paul & Co.

Straits Trading Company, Puket.

Sui Kee, Puket.

Swanson, J. H.

Swee Ho, H., Bangkok.

Swee Hock, Puket.

Swee Seang, Pangnga.

Svme & Co.

Sze Hai Tong Banking and Insurance Co., Bangkok.

Tachin Railway Company.

Tan Choon Lim, Renong.

Tan Paik Seng, Puket.

Tan Soon Cheang, Renong.

Tan Thye Guan, Bangkok. Tan Yeat, Trang.

Tatner, F., Bangkok.

Tav, Dr. K. C., Dentist, Bangkok.

Tayabally & Co., A. H., Bangkok.

Teck Lee Guan, Bangkok.

Teck Seng & Co., Bangkok.

Teck Seng, (Wat Tuk), Bangkok.

Teik Bee, Pangnga.

Teik Thye Heng Hoe, Pangnga.

Tek Chi Tung, Bangkok.

Teh Hoa Long, Bangkok.

Teo Ban Hong, Bangkok.

Thai Bee, Bangkok.

Thakur Singh, Bangkok.

Thean It Keok, Puket.

Theen Cheong, Puket.

Thien Fook Seng (Han Fook Seng), Bangkok.

Thonakitch Raxa, Bangkok.

Thum Hoch Hàng, Trang.

Thye Cheong, Puket.

Thye Hin, Puket.

Tilleke. Dr. R. E. G., Bangkok,

Tilleke & Gibbins, Bangkok.

Tin Chuan, Puket.

Tisseman & Co., S.

Tong Sang Cheong, Bangkok.

Tong Seng, Bangkok.

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Tong Song Tong, Takuapa.

Tongkah Compound, Puket.

Tongkah Harbour Tin Dredging Company, Puket. Towfigue, M., Bangkok.

Towkay Hoo, Bangkok,

Tuck Wo Loong, Bangkok.

Tung Who & Co.

Tyebally & Co.. A. H., Bangkok.

Un Cheung, Krabi,

Un Hoe. Puket.

Undertakers Supply Store, Bangkok.

United Engineers, Limited, Bangkok and Puket.

Vacuum Oil Company. Viraj Chanthorn, Bangkok.

Walker, Dr. C. C., Bangkok.

Wang Lee & Co., Bangkok. Wasee, A. K. H., & Co.

Wassiamull, Assomull & Co., Bangkok.

Weng Foong, Bangkok.

Whiteaway, Laidlaw & Co., Limited.

Wing Seng Long & Co., Bangkok.

Wing Yuen & Co., Bangkok.

Yah Lee (Ah Lee Keh) Lampang. Yamaguchi & Co., G., Bangkok.

Yee Long, Bangkok.

Yee Sang & Co., Bangkok.

Yeoh Keow, Renong.

Yeong Aik Hin, Puket.

Yong Guan Hong, Bangkok.

Yong Heng Huat, Bangkok. Yong Heng Long, Bangkok.

Yong Lee Seng & Co., Bangkok.

Yong Mong Lee, Bangkok.

Yong Nguan, Bangkok.

Yong Seng, Bangkok.

Yong Shing, Bangkok.

Yue Yik Loong, Bangkok.

19th May, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 219. Financial Statement for the month of February, 1916.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

TREASURY.

Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 31st Jannary, 1916, Revenue from 1st to 29th February, 1916,...................

68,009.82 1,011,177.20

1,079,187.02

Expenditure from 1st to 29th February, 1916,

815,414.84

Balance,......

$

263,772.18

299

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, 1916.

Tong Song Tong, Takuapa.

Tongkah Compound, Puket.

Tongkah Harbour Tin Dredging Company, Puket. Towfigue, M., Bangkok.

Towkay Hoo, Bangkok,

Tuck Wo Loong, Bangkok.

Tung Who & Co.

Tyebally & Co.. A. H., Bangkok.

Un Cheung, Krabi,

Un Hoe. Puket.

Undertakers Supply Store, Bangkok.

United Engineers, Limited, Bangkok and Puket.

Vacuum Oil Company. Viraj Chanthorn, Bangkok.

Walker, Dr. C. C., Bangkok.

Wang Lee & Co., Bangkok. Wasee, A. K. H., & Co.

Wassiamull, Assomull & Co., Bangkok.

Weng Foong, Bangkok.

Whiteaway, Laidlaw & Co., Limited.

Wing Seng Long & Co., Bangkok.

Wing Yuen & Co., Bangkok.

Yah Lee (Ah Lee Keh) Lampang. Yamaguchi & Co., G., Bangkok.

Yee Long, Bangkok.

Yee Sang & Co., Bangkok.

Yeoh Keow, Renong.

Yeong Aik Hin, Puket.

Yong Guan Hong, Bangkok.

Yong Heng Huat, Bangkok. Yong Heng Long, Bangkok.

Yong Lee Seng & Co., Bangkok.

Yong Mong Lee, Bangkok.

Yong Nguan, Bangkok.

Yong Seng, Bangkok.

Yong Shing, Bangkok.

Yue Yik Loong, Bangkok.

19th May, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

No. 219. Financial Statement for the month of February, 1916.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

TREASURY.

Balance of Assets and Liabilities on 31st Jannary, 1916, Revenue from 1st to 29th February, 1916,...................

68,009.82 1,011,177.20

1,079,187.02

Expenditure from 1st to 29th February, 1916,

815,414.84

Balance,......

$

263,772.18

299

300

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, 1916.

Assets and Liabilities on the 29th February, 1916.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

C.

Deposits not Available,

393,734.91

Subsidiary Coins,

1,207,276.25

House Service Account,

6,420.42

Advances,

81,374.77

Postal Agencies,

13,513.69

Imprest,

37,169.00

Overdraft, Bank,

1,581,217.71

Crown Agents' Deposit Account,

477,307.14

Unallocated Stores, (P.W.D.),

305,220.28

Unallocated Stores, (Railway),

113,808.66

Suspense Account,..

1,262.58

Total Liabilities,.

1,994,886.73

Crown Agents' Current Account,

22,812.65

Exchange,......

12.427.58

Balance,.....

263,772.18

TOTAL,.....

2,258,658.91

TOTAL.....

2,258,658.91

12th May, 1916.

E. D. C. WOLFE, Treasurer.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 220. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:---

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

No. 159A of 1888.

12th May,

1888.

Lever

No. 1598 of 1888.

Do.

12th May, 1916.

Brothers (China), Limited, of 4, Kinkiang Road, Shanghai.

Do.

12th May,

1930.

47

1

Do.

47

  No. 221.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has expired and that it will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 15th day of June, 1916, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

No. 23 of 1902.

Tang Ting Kat Tai, Kowloon City.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

15th May, 1916.

15th May, 1916.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

*

300

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, 1916.

Assets and Liabilities on the 29th February, 1916.

LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

C.

Deposits not Available,

393,734.91

Subsidiary Coins,

1,207,276.25

House Service Account,

6,420.42

Advances,

81,374.77

Postal Agencies,

13,513.69

Imprest,

37,169.00

Overdraft, Bank,

1,581,217.71

Crown Agents' Deposit Account,

477,307.14

Unallocated Stores, (P.W.D.),

305,220.28

Unallocated Stores, (Railway),

113,808.66

Suspense Account,..

1,262.58

Total Liabilities,.

1,994,886.73

Crown Agents' Current Account,

22,812.65

Exchange,......

12.427.58

Balance,.....

263,772.18

TOTAL,.....

2,258,658.91

TOTAL.....

2,258,658.91

12th May, 1916.

E. D. C. WOLFE, Treasurer.

OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 220. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:---

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

No. 159A of 1888.

12th May,

1888.

Lever

No. 1598 of 1888.

Do.

12th May, 1916.

Brothers (China), Limited, of 4, Kinkiang Road, Shanghai.

Do.

12th May,

1930.

47

1

Do.

47

  No. 221.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has expired and that it will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 15th day of June, 1916, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

No. 23 of 1902.

Tang Ting Kat Tai, Kowloon City.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

15th May, 1916.

15th May, 1916.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

*

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, 1916.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

301

No. 222. List of Masters, Mates, and Engineers who have passed their Examina- tions and obtained Certificates of Competency issued under the provisions of Her Majesty's Order in Council of the 31st December, 1883, for the year ending 31st December, 1915.

DATE.

No. OF CERTIFICATE.

NAME.

GRADE.

William Scott Turnbull,

Lars Beckmann Guttormsen, Douglas Wood Graham,

Donald Brotchie,

Harold Gordon William Bache, John James Knight,

William David Rogers,

Arthur Colin Benfield,

Robert Sinton,

George Raleigh Gray Worcester,.

Ralph Arthur Raettig, Angus Levinge Woolley,

Walter George Johnstone,

George Thornton Roberts,

John Malcolm,

1915. January 11

3197

Robert Neill,

1

11

3198

""

William Erskine Bain,

12

3199

""

Bosworth Griffiths,

27

1512

Richard Francis Kernan,

February 3

3200

Robert Antrobus,

9:

3201

""

10

3202

""

19

3203

""

20

3204

""

George Waard,

24

3205

Robert McWilliam,

""

March 1

3206

Frank Edward Lane

1

3207

Arthur Rutherford,

9

3208

William Brewer,..........

99

10

3209

William George Ramsay,

"

3210

Edmund Ratti,

17

3211

Herbert George,

25

3212

John Lyle,

""

26

3213

""

27

3214

April

3215

9

3216

""

14

3217

99

24

3218

27

3219

""

27

3220

""

28

3221

""

May

3222

Robert Middlemas,...

3223

John Turner,

13

3224

James Thomas Thirlwell,

June

2

3225

5

3226

27

7

3227

18

3228

39

23

3229

Ernest Hill,

Edward Boud,

""

25

3230

Guy Waters Crum,

""

26

3231

John Eadie Grant,.

July

3232

Michael McCarthy,

8

3233

William John Andrews,

""

14

3234

15

3235

29

15

3236

28

3237

30

3238

""

August 5

3239

12

3240

""

13

3241

14

3242

18

3243

""

18

3244

Andrew O'Rourke,..

20

3245

James Thomson,

""

27

3246

22

September 1

3247

13

3248

17

3249

""

John Skilling Thomson,

22

3250

22

3251

27

Harry Burns,

22

3252

Dwight Almar Smith,

23

3253

Douglas Yarwood Sharrock,

24

3254

Charles Webb Foster,

""

29

3255

Amon Mann Short,

October 1

3256

Charles Law Sharpe,

14

3257

""

20

3258

وو

21

3259

Manuel Del-Pan y Fontela,

21

3260

Albert Anderson Warild,

19

27

3261

David McCormack,

"

William Edward Clarke, Douglas Theband, Henry Patrick Allgood, Sherwood David Forrest, Dennis William Murphy, Augustine Podmore Williams, Ernest Jones,

George Lionel Cecil Johnson, Charles Robert Smith-Bryant, William Richmond McIntyre,

Thomas Francis Kane,

Svend Christian Marins Frandsen, Peter Kay,

Archibald Winterbottom,

Marie Constant Herbert Motte, Thomas Reid Anderson,

Second Class Engineer. Master, (S.S.) (Renewed). First Mate.

First Mate, (Duplicate). Second Mate.

Second Mate, (S.S.). Only Mate, (S.S.).

First Mate, (S.S.) (Provisional).

River Master.

Second Class Engineer.

First Mate, (S.S.).

Second Class Engineer, (Renewed).

First Mate, (S.S.).

First Class Engineer.

First Mate, (S.S.).

First Class Engineer. Master, (S.S.).

Second Mate, (S.S.).

First Mate..

Second Mate.

River Master.

Master.

Second Class Engineer.

First Mate, (S.S.) (Full Certificate). First Mate, (S.S.).

Master.

Second Class Engineer. First Class Engineer. First Mate, (S.S.). Master, (S.S.).

Second Mate.

First Class Engineer. Second Mate, (S.S.). Second Mate. First Mate, (S.S.). First Class Engineer. First Mate, (S.S.).

Master.

Do.

Master, (Renewed) (Cancelled). River Master.

Second Mate. First Class Engineer. First Mate, (Renewed). Master, (Renewed). First Mate, (S.S.). Second Mate, (S.S.). First Class Engineer. River Mate.

First Mate.

Second Class Engineer. Second Mate.

First Class Engineer, (Renewed). Second Mate, (S.S.). Second Class Eugineer.

Do.

Second Mate, (S.S.).

Do.

Master, (S.S.).

First Mate, (S.S.).

Second Class Engineer, (Renewed). Second Mate.

Second Class. Engineer.

Second Mate, (S.S.).

First Mate.

Second Class Engineer.

302

DATE.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, 1916.

LIST of MASTERS, MATES, and ENGINEERS,-Continued.

NO. OF CERTIFICATE.

NAME.

GRADE.

David Thomas James, Henry William Belletty, Cecil George Johnstone, Rafael José Del-Pan,...

1915. November 18

3262

26

3263

""

26

3264

"7

December I

3265

4

3266

Indrik Klutzis,

99

14

3267

""

George Goold,

14

3268

""

15

3269

""

16

3270

23

3271

""

23

3272

""

"

☺ ☺

31

3273

Henry Mainland,

William Cullen,

John Joseph Brooks,.. Hugh Tulloch,

James Ernest Harvey, Denys Paul Bent,

First Mate, (S.S.). Second Class Engineer.

Do.

Do.

First Mate, (S.S.). Master.

Second Mate, (S.S.). First Class Engineer. Second Class Engineer. First Mate.

Do. Only Mate.

19th May, 1916.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

304

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 26, 1916.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

   No. 223. His Excellency the Governor in Council has been pleased to direct, under Section 7 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, (Ordinance No. 1 of 1903), that the name of Mr. ARCHER DAVE KEIGWIN be added to the List of Authorized Architects published in Government Notification No. 126 of the 24th March, 1916.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

18th May, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

   No. 224. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ROLAND ARTHUR CHARLIE NORTH to act as Secretary to the Licensing Board during the absence on leave of Mr. GEORGE ALBERT WOODCOCK or until further notice, with effect from this date.

22nd May, 1916.

   No. 225. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. HERBERT GEORGE HEGARTY to be 2nd Lieutenant in the Scouts Company of the Hongkong Volunteer Corps; with effect from the 11th May, 1916:

25th May, 1916.

   No. 226. His Excellency the Governor has, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, been pleased to appoint Mr. GEORGE HERBERT WAKEMAN to be Crown Solicitor and Mr. PuILIP JACKS to be Land Officer, with effect from the 17th May,

1916.

25th May, 1916.

No. 227. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Lo CHONG (A) to be a "Forest Officer" for the control and superintendence of the forests of the Colony, in succession to CHEUNG CHOY (W) dismissed, with effect from this date.

26th May, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 228. The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general information. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, and 5th and 19th May,

1916.

26th May, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY AMENDMENT ACT, 1916.

Orders have been made by the Board of Trade requiring the undermentioned busi- nesses to be wound up:

63. Atlantica Co., Limited, 54, Billiter Buildings, Billiter Street, London, E.C., Steamship Agents and Brokers. Controller: B. E. Mayhew, Alderman's House, Bishopsgate, London, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

304

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 26, 1916.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

   No. 223. His Excellency the Governor in Council has been pleased to direct, under Section 7 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinance, 1903, (Ordinance No. 1 of 1903), that the name of Mr. ARCHER DAVE KEIGWIN be added to the List of Authorized Architects published in Government Notification No. 126 of the 24th March, 1916.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

18th May, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

   No. 224. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ROLAND ARTHUR CHARLIE NORTH to act as Secretary to the Licensing Board during the absence on leave of Mr. GEORGE ALBERT WOODCOCK or until further notice, with effect from this date.

22nd May, 1916.

   No. 225. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. HERBERT GEORGE HEGARTY to be 2nd Lieutenant in the Scouts Company of the Hongkong Volunteer Corps; with effect from the 11th May, 1916:

25th May, 1916.

   No. 226. His Excellency the Governor has, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, been pleased to appoint Mr. GEORGE HERBERT WAKEMAN to be Crown Solicitor and Mr. PuILIP JACKS to be Land Officer, with effect from the 17th May,

1916.

25th May, 1916.

No. 227. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Lo CHONG (A) to be a "Forest Officer" for the control and superintendence of the forests of the Colony, in succession to CHEUNG CHOY (W) dismissed, with effect from this date.

26th May, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 228. The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general information. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, and 5th and 19th May,

1916.

26th May, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY AMENDMENT ACT, 1916.

Orders have been made by the Board of Trade requiring the undermentioned busi- nesses to be wound up:

63. Atlantica Co., Limited, 54, Billiter Buildings, Billiter Street, London, E.C., Steamship Agents and Brokers. Controller: B. E. Mayhew, Alderman's House, Bishopsgate, London, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

305

3

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 26, 1916.

64. C. Happach and Co., Limited, 27, Mincing Lane, London, E.C., Sugar Brokers and Merchants. Controller: A. P. Ford, 48, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

65. Fiume Starch Co., Limited, 13, Crutched Friars, London, E.C., Starch Merchants. Controller: George R. Freeman, 66, Coleman Street, Lon- don, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

66. United Berlin and Frankfort India Rubber Co., Limited, Ha, Upper Thames Street, London, E.C., Manufacturers of India Rubber Goods, &c. Controller: P. D. Leake, 25, Abchurch Lane, King William Street, Lon- don, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

67. Knoll and Co., Limited, 8, Harp Lane, Great Tower Street, London, E.C., Manufacturers of Fine Chemicals, &c. Controller: T. J. Bond, 48, Gresham Street, London, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

68. Langbein Pfanhauser Works, Limited, 23, Great Hampton Street, Birming- ham, Electro Platers, Chemists and Engineers. Controller: William Randle, 4, Waterloo Street, Birmingham. 20th March, 1916.

69. Ship Carbons, Limited, 5, Chancery Lane, London, E.C. Dealers in Carbons for Electric Lamps. Controller: William Hancock, 90-91, Queen Street, Cheapside, London, E.C. 23rd March, 1916.

70. German Athenæum, Limited, 29, Mincing Lane, London, E.C. A Club. Controller: Claude Cross Campling, 48, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.C. 23rd March, 1916.

71. Schoen Brothers, 29-30, Cock Lane, Snow Hill, London, E.C. Agents for the supply of Electrical Goods. Controller: John William Barratt, 191, Coleman Street, London, E.C. 23rd March, 1916.

72. Fischer Ball and Bearings Co., Carlton House, High Street, Birmingham, Manufacturers of Ball Bearings. Controller: Howard Heaton, 95, Col- more Row, Birmingham. 23rd March, 1916.

73. The Fischer Machine Co., 22, Scrutton Street, London, E.C., Commission Agents and Dealers in Machines for use in Printing Trade. Controller : Arthur Peyton Ogden, 56, Moorgate Street, London, E.C. 27th March, 1916.

7. Fonotipia, Limited, I, Broad Street Place, London, E.C., Manufacturers of Gramophones, &c. Controller: Charles E. Fletcher, 14, George Street, Mansion House, London, E.C. 23rd March, 1916.

75. Carl Lindstrom (London), Limited, 77, City Road, London, E.C., Manufac- turers of Gramophones and Records, &c. Controller: Charles E. Fletcher, 14, George Street, Mansion House, London, E.C. 23rd March, 1916.

+

TREASURY.

  No. 229. With reference to Sections 6 and 7 of Ordinance No. 22 of 1915, all per- sons having particulars of property other that debts and bank balances held by enemies (including persons in territory occupied by the enemy) for British persons or firms resi- dent or carrying on business in the Colony are requested to send in as early as convenient a statement of such particulars to the Custodian of Enemy Property at the Treasury.

Particulars of luggage (if any) detained in enemy countries (including territory occupied by the enemy) and belonging to British persons or persons resident or carrying on business in the Colony should also be furnished by persons having knowledge of such particulars.

1

26th May, 1916.

E. D. C. WOLFE,

Treasurer,

Custodian of Enemy Property.

:

305

3

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 26, 1916.

64. C. Happach and Co., Limited, 27, Mincing Lane, London, E.C., Sugar Brokers and Merchants. Controller: A. P. Ford, 48, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

65. Fiume Starch Co., Limited, 13, Crutched Friars, London, E.C., Starch Merchants. Controller: George R. Freeman, 66, Coleman Street, Lon- don, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

66. United Berlin and Frankfort India Rubber Co., Limited, Ha, Upper Thames Street, London, E.C., Manufacturers of India Rubber Goods, &c. Controller: P. D. Leake, 25, Abchurch Lane, King William Street, Lon- don, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

67. Knoll and Co., Limited, 8, Harp Lane, Great Tower Street, London, E.C., Manufacturers of Fine Chemicals, &c. Controller: T. J. Bond, 48, Gresham Street, London, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

68. Langbein Pfanhauser Works, Limited, 23, Great Hampton Street, Birming- ham, Electro Platers, Chemists and Engineers. Controller: William Randle, 4, Waterloo Street, Birmingham. 20th March, 1916.

69. Ship Carbons, Limited, 5, Chancery Lane, London, E.C. Dealers in Carbons for Electric Lamps. Controller: William Hancock, 90-91, Queen Street, Cheapside, London, E.C. 23rd March, 1916.

70. German Athenæum, Limited, 29, Mincing Lane, London, E.C. A Club. Controller: Claude Cross Campling, 48, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.C. 23rd March, 1916.

71. Schoen Brothers, 29-30, Cock Lane, Snow Hill, London, E.C. Agents for the supply of Electrical Goods. Controller: John William Barratt, 191, Coleman Street, London, E.C. 23rd March, 1916.

72. Fischer Ball and Bearings Co., Carlton House, High Street, Birmingham, Manufacturers of Ball Bearings. Controller: Howard Heaton, 95, Col- more Row, Birmingham. 23rd March, 1916.

73. The Fischer Machine Co., 22, Scrutton Street, London, E.C., Commission Agents and Dealers in Machines for use in Printing Trade. Controller : Arthur Peyton Ogden, 56, Moorgate Street, London, E.C. 27th March, 1916.

7. Fonotipia, Limited, I, Broad Street Place, London, E.C., Manufacturers of Gramophones, &c. Controller: Charles E. Fletcher, 14, George Street, Mansion House, London, E.C. 23rd March, 1916.

75. Carl Lindstrom (London), Limited, 77, City Road, London, E.C., Manufac- turers of Gramophones and Records, &c. Controller: Charles E. Fletcher, 14, George Street, Mansion House, London, E.C. 23rd March, 1916.

+

TREASURY.

  No. 229. With reference to Sections 6 and 7 of Ordinance No. 22 of 1915, all per- sons having particulars of property other that debts and bank balances held by enemies (including persons in territory occupied by the enemy) for British persons or firms resi- dent or carrying on business in the Colony are requested to send in as early as convenient a statement of such particulars to the Custodian of Enemy Property at the Treasury.

Particulars of luggage (if any) detained in enemy countries (including territory occupied by the enemy) and belonging to British persons or persons resident or carrying on business in the Colony should also be furnished by persons having knowledge of such particulars.

1

26th May, 1916.

E. D. C. WOLFE,

Treasurer,

Custodian of Enemy Property.

:

:

306

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 26, 1916.

LAND OFFICE.

  No. 230. It is hereby notified for general information that the Memorial of Re- entry by the Government on Kowloon Inland Lot No. 1272 has been registered according

to law.

26th May, 1916.

P. JACKS,

Land Officer.

308

No. 1S.

[L.S.]

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 2, 1916.

PROCLAMATIONS.

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor..

By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Dis- tinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same :

Whereas by section 3 of the Chinese Passengers Act 1855 it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Governor of Hongkong by proclamation for the purposes of the said Act among other things to declare what shall be deemed to be the duration of the voyage of any Chinese passenger ship:

  And whereas by section 2 of the Asiatic Emigration Ordinance 1915 it is enacted that in the said Ordinance the term "short voyage" ineans any voyage within the mean- ing of the said Act of more than 7 days duration but not exceeding 30 days duration and any other voyage which may be declared by proclamation by the Governor to be a short

Voyage:

Now therefore I the said Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY under and by virtue of the powers conferred on me by the said Act and all other powers thereto me enabling do hereby proclaim and declare that the voyage of any ship from Hongkong or from any port in China or within 100 miles of the coast thereof to any port in British North Borneo shall for the purposes of the said Act be deemed to be a voyage of more than 7 days duration but not exceeding 30 days duration and shall for the purposes of the Asiatic Emigration Ordinance 1915 be deemed to be a short voyage.

  Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 2nd day of June 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING,

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

  No. 231. It is hereby notified that the following society has been exempted by the Governor in Council from registration under the Societies Ordinance, 1911, (Ordi- nance No. 47 of 1911), and its name is hereby added to the List of Exempted Societies, published in Government Notification No. 165 of 1916, under the following heading:-

Social Clubs (Chinese).

The Lai Hoo Musical Club (**).

25th May, 1916.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 2, 1916.

No. 232.

309

Order made by the Governor in Council under Section 10 of the Certificates of Origin Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 8 of 1915), on the 1st day of June, 1916.′ (a)

The First Schedule to the Certificates of Origin Ordinance, 1915, is rescinded and the following is substituted therefor:

List of places in respect of imports from which Certificates of Origin will be

required :-

Every place in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Holland and Switzerland.

+

No. 233.

Order made by the Governor in Council under Sub-section (2) of Section 3 of the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1916), on the 1st day of June, 1916.

The list of persons and bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, with whom trading is prohibited by the Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Procla- mation, Hongkong, 1916, made on the 28th day of April, 1916, which was amended by Orders in Council published in the Gazettes of the 12th and 19th days of May, 1916, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

NETHERLANDS.

Allgemeine Electricitäts Gesellschaft, Amsterdam. Birnbaum, S. & W., Singel 160, Amsterdam.

Blitz, Seinpostduin, 22; Havenkade, 47, Scheveningen. Boone, Jos., Ginneken.

Bosnak, Herman, Wouwermanstraat 38, Amsterdam. Bosnak, Michel, Nieuwe Heerengracht 151, Amsterdam. Bosschaert, W. & R. van Dieren, The Hague.

Continental Caoutchoue and Gutta Percha Company,

Prinsengracht, 1077, Amsterdam.

Delden, Simon, Seinpostduin, 22;

Scheveningen.

Havenkade, 47,

Delden & Blitz, Seinpostduin, 22; Havenkade, 47,

Scheveningen.

De Ruijter & Co., Linke Rottekade, 145, Rotterdam.

Eils, Joseph, Maaskade, 164, Rotterdam.

Fischer, A., Amsterdam.

Fischer, Bernard, Amsterdam.

Fischer, Leon, Amsterdam.

Fischer, Maurice, Amsterdam.

Grootkerk, S., Junior, Linnaenstraat, 45, Amsterdam.

Kan, A. Jzn., Blasinss-straat, I, Amsterdam.

1,

Klop, P. W. H., Raadhuisstraat, 18, Amsterdam.

(a.) The previous Orders in Council under the above Ordinance appeared in the Gazettes of the

11th March, 30th April, and 11th June, 1915, and the 31st March and 5th May, 1916.

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No. 232.

309

Order made by the Governor in Council under Section 10 of the Certificates of Origin Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 8 of 1915), on the 1st day of June, 1916.′ (a)

The First Schedule to the Certificates of Origin Ordinance, 1915, is rescinded and the following is substituted therefor:

List of places in respect of imports from which Certificates of Origin will be

required :-

Every place in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Holland and Switzerland.

+

No. 233.

Order made by the Governor in Council under Sub-section (2) of Section 3 of the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1916), on the 1st day of June, 1916.

The list of persons and bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, with whom trading is prohibited by the Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Procla- mation, Hongkong, 1916, made on the 28th day of April, 1916, which was amended by Orders in Council published in the Gazettes of the 12th and 19th days of May, 1916, is hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :-

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

NETHERLANDS.

Allgemeine Electricitäts Gesellschaft, Amsterdam. Birnbaum, S. & W., Singel 160, Amsterdam.

Blitz, Seinpostduin, 22; Havenkade, 47, Scheveningen. Boone, Jos., Ginneken.

Bosnak, Herman, Wouwermanstraat 38, Amsterdam. Bosnak, Michel, Nieuwe Heerengracht 151, Amsterdam. Bosschaert, W. & R. van Dieren, The Hague.

Continental Caoutchoue and Gutta Percha Company,

Prinsengracht, 1077, Amsterdam.

Delden, Simon, Seinpostduin, 22;

Scheveningen.

Havenkade, 47,

Delden & Blitz, Seinpostduin, 22; Havenkade, 47,

Scheveningen.

De Ruijter & Co., Linke Rottekade, 145, Rotterdam.

Eils, Joseph, Maaskade, 164, Rotterdam.

Fischer, A., Amsterdam.

Fischer, Bernard, Amsterdam.

Fischer, Leon, Amsterdam.

Fischer, Maurice, Amsterdam.

Grootkerk, S., Junior, Linnaenstraat, 45, Amsterdam.

Kan, A. Jzn., Blasinss-straat, I, Amsterdam.

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Klop, P. W. H., Raadhuisstraat, 18, Amsterdam.

(a.) The previous Orders in Council under the above Ordinance appeared in the Gazettes of the

11th March, 30th April, and 11th June, 1915, and the 31st March and 5th May, 1916.

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Komeet, N. V. De v/h Dumoncean Freres, Kanaaldijk,

St. Pieter, near Maastricht.

König, H. W., & Co., Paul Krugerstraat, 8, Rotterdam. Lichtenstein, M., Leuvehaven, 348, Rotterdam.

Meiger & Company, Stationsweg, E. 99, Velseroord. Monnickendam, D., Zomerhofstraat, 71B, Rotterdam. Ossedrijver, E., Leuvehaven, 55, Rotterdam. Ozonwerken "Nederland," Schiedam.

Stolberg, Jn. (J. E.) & Co., Amsterdam.

Swarttouw's (Cornelius) X.V. Stevedoring Company,

Achterhaven, 74A-B, Rotterdam.

Voogt, A. de, Prinsenstraat, 65A, Amsterdam.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Birnbaum, S. & W., Kali Bisar West, Batavia. Gumprich & Strauss, Batavia.

Hallerman, Medan and Palembang.

Vankhee, Macassar, Menado, and Gorontalo. Vlielander Hein & Co., Batavia.

PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA.

Almeida, Porto Amelia, Palma and 1bo. Arabi Moosa, Porto Amelia, Palma and Tho. Habib, Jacob, Porto Amelia, Palma and Ibo. Ismail Juma, Porto Amelia, Palma and Ibo. Ragchand Premchand, Mozambique. Villa Major, A. F., Lourenço Marques.

ARGENTINA AND URUGUAY.

Austro-American Steamship Company. Boker & Co.

Bromberg & Co.

Curt Berger & Co.

Funck, Ph., & Co.

Hasenclever & Co.

Heinlein & Co. :

Pintos, Domingo.

Quincke, Ernesto.

Siemens Schuckert, Limited, Compania de Maquinaria e

Instalaciones Electricas.

Sociedad Anonima Argentina Hidraulico Agricola.

Societa Anonima Transporti de Mestre.

Svensson, Ohlson & Co.

Tribe, N. T.

Wolff Buchholz & Co.

BRAZIL.

Barza & Company.

Borstelmann & Company.

Da Precedta, A. Alves.

Fonseca, Abilio.

Hasenclever & Company.

Monteiro, J. A., & Company.

Moreira, Julio Cesar.

Ottens, K. J.

Solheiro, Luiz.

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CUBA.

Barba, Vicente.

Berndes, J. F., & Company.

Eppinger, Albert.

Heilbut & Company.

Michaelsen & Prasse.

Paetzold, M., & Company.

Tillman, M., & Company. Toennis, H.

Upmann, H., & Company.

ECUADOR.

Azua, Ramon V.

Bartels, Carlos & Co.

Bartels, Carlos (partner of Carlos Bartels & Co.).

Bartels, Guillermo (partner of Carlos Bartels & Co.).

Becdach, Hermanos.

Becdach, Kamal.

Becdach, Rene.

Behreint, Frederick.

Castro, Allen.

Dassum, Mustafa.

Dierks, Hugo (partner of Otte & Co.).

Donner & Blackett.

Donner, Roberto (partner of Donner & Blackett). Flemming & Schnabel.

Flemming, George (partner of Flemming & Schnabel). Gleschen, Carlos (of Tagua Handelsgesellschaft, Manta

Branch).

Haas Max (of Tagua Handelsgesellschaft, Esmeraldas

Branch).

Harnack, H. (of Tagua Handelsgesellschaft, Bahia

Branch).

Hinnaoui Hermanos.

Hinnaoui Arif (or Aref) (partner of Hinnaoui Hermanos). Hinnaoui Azat (or Azzet) (partner of Hinnaoui Hermanos). Hinnaoui, Fuad (partner of Hinnaoui Hermanos).

Jalil (C.) Hermanos.

Jalil, Cecilio (partner of C. Jalil, Hermanos).

Jalil, Jorge (partner of C. Jalil Hermanos).

Jalil, Manuel (partner of C. Jalil Hermanos).

Lopez, Romulo G.

Malheur & Company. Maydoub & Ramadan.

Maydoub, (partner of Maydoub & Ramadan). Miketa, Rodolfo (partner of Otte & Co.). Moreira, Nicanor.

Otte & Co.

Otte, Carlos & Co.

Patrel, J. and Hermanos.

Patrel, Juan (partner of J. Patrel Hermanos). Patrel, Luis (partner of J. Patrel Hermanos). Ramadan (partner of Maydoub & Ramadan). Ruperto, Emilio.

Schnabel, A. (partner of Flemming & Schnabel).

Tagua Handelsgesellschaft, M.B.H. (all branches).

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312

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Tresselt, W. (of Tagua Handelsgesellschaft - Bahia

Branch).

Voelcker, Carlos.

Yauch, Theodore (of Tagua Handelsgesellschaft

Esmeraldas Branch).

PERSIA.

Shohet, Selim David & Co.

PERU.

Sociedad Industrial Infantas Ltd., Lima.

PORTUGAL.

Mattos, Antonio, Lisbon.

Mendes, A., Lisbon.

Servico Costeiro a Vapor, Lisbon.

SWEDEN.

Malmo Yllefabriks A/B, St. Nyg 50, Malmo.

Schmitz, August, Malmo.

Removals from List.

NETHERLANDS,

Bosnak Gebroeders, Nieuwe Heerengracht, Amsterdam.

Weber, Karl, Athens.

GREECE.

MOROCCO.

Benchimoni, Abraham, Alcazar.

Beniflah, Judah M., Laraiche.

Mohammed Berrada (Ahmed Berrada), Alcazar.

Mohammed Lazrac, Alcazar.

PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA.

Brito, Palma, Ibo and Porto Amelia.

Variations.

NETHERLANDS.

Deventer Glas Maatschappij (N.V.), Deventer, in the Statutory List issued on the 28th April, should read Deventer Glas Maatschappy Voorheen J.

Pouwels Coelingh (N.V.), Deventer.

BRAZIL.

Fonseca & Company, Brazil, in the Additions to the

Statutory List issued on the 19th May, should read

Fonseca & Company, Coal Merchants, Para. Partners: A. Alves Da Precedta, Para and Rio de Janeiro; Abilio Fonseca, Para; Luiz Solheiro, Para.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

1st June, 1916.

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APPOINTMENTS, &c.

313

   No. 234.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Messrs. ROBERT SUTHERLAND and FRANCIS HENRY THOMAS to be 2nd Lieutenants in the Hongkong Volunteer Reserve, with effect from the 23rd May, 1916.

29th May, 1916.

   No. 235. His Excellency the Governor has, under instructions from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, been pleased to recognise Monsieur PAUL KREMER as being in charge of the Spanish Vice-Consulate in Hongkong.

31st May, 1916,

No. 236. The King's Exequatur empowering Señor Don ANIBAL PUCCIO to act as Consul for Peru in Hongkong has received His Majesty's signature.

31st May, 1916.

No. 237. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint His Honour Mr. HENRY HESSY JOHNSTON GOMPERTZ to act as Chief Justice, Mr. FRANCIS ARTHUR HAZE- LAND to act as Puisne Judge, Mr. JOHN ROSKRUGE Wood to act as First Police Magistrate and Coroner, and Mr. GEOFFREY NORMAN ORME to act as Second Police Magistrate, during the absence on leave of His Honour Sir WILLIAM REES DAVIES, Kt., or until further notice, with effect from this date.

1st June, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 238. It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to exclude the Police Magistrates' Department from the operation of the Holidays Ordi- nance, 1912, (Ordinance No. 5 of 1912), on Saturday, the 3rd June, 1916.

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No. 239. It is hereby notified that the Holy Cross Church situate at Shauki- wan has been added to the List of Places licensed for the Solemnization of Marriages published in Government Notification No. 488 of the 5th August, 1902.

2nd June, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

TREASURY.

No. 240. Owners of property are reminded that Crown Rent for the First Half- year of 1916 is payable at the Treasury on or before the 24th instant.

1st June, 1916.

E. D. C. WOLFE,

Treasurer.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

No. 241.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has been renewed under the provisions of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 1909:---

Number of Mark.

Date of Registration.

Name of Owner.

Period of Renewal.

Class in which renewed.

No, 24 of 1902.

26th May, 1902.

No. 145vi of 1888.

29th May, 1888.

29th May, 1916.

Blood Wolfe & Co., 66, Grafton Street, Liverpool, England.

The Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, Ludwigshafen on Rhine, and Stuttgart, Ger- many.

26th May,

1930.

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29th May, 1930.

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  No. 242. It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade mark has expired and that it will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 30th day of June, 1916, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before that date:-

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

Date of Expiration of Registration.

No. 160 of 1888.

Lutgens Einstmann and Company and Gebruder Queck, Hongkong, and Aachen Aix la Chapelle, Germany.

30th May, 1916.

No. 243. It is hereby notified that the following Letters Patent have been granted:

Number.

Date of Grant.

Name of Grantee.

Address of Grantee.

Description of Invention.

No. 22 of 1916.

26th May,

1916.

Standard Oil Com- | Whiting, Indiana, and pany as assignees Chicago, Illinois, United of Harold Wade, States of America. Chartered Patent Agent of 111 and 112, Hatton Gar- den, London, E.C.

An invention for improved process of and apparatus for converting petroleum of a high boiling point into petroleum of a lower boiling point.

30th May, 1916.

E. CARPMAEL, Registrar of Trade Marks.

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HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

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No. 244.-In continuation of Government Notification No. 286 of the 3rd August, 1914, Part III (d), the following Table shows the Standard Time at which Official Night ends and begins during the month of June, 1916:-

Date.

June 1st,

Ends.

5.27 a.m.

7.131

Begins.

3 p.m.

Date. June 11th,

Ends.

Begins.

Date.

5.27 a.m.

7.17 p.m.

June 21st,

Ends.

5.29 a.m.

Begins.

7.19 p.m.

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5.27

7.13

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12th,

5.27

7.17

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5.27

7.14

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5.28

7.18

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5.30

7.20

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5.27

7.14

14th,

5.28

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7,18

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7.20

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5.26

7.16

15th,

5.28

7.18

25th,

5.30

7.20

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22

6th,

5.26

7.16

16th, 5.28

7.18

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26th,

5.30

7.20 ""

22

7th, 5.26

7.16

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17th, 5.28

7.18

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27th, 5.31

7.21 ""

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8th, 5.27

7.17

18th,

5.29

7.19

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28th, 5.31

7.21

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49

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9th, 5.27

7.17

19th,

5.29

7.19

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29

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29th, 5.31

7.21 ""

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10th, 5.27

7.17

9

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20th,

5.29

7.19

30th, 5.31

7.21

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2nd June, 1916.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N., Harbour Master, &c.

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No. 19.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 9, 1916.

PROCLAMATIONS.

[L.S.]

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander- in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the

same:

Whereas by the second section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as amended by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned to be exported from the Colony of Hongkong arms ammunition and gunpowder military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor may judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of military or naval stores provisions or any sort of victual which may be used as food by man or any or either of such arms ammunition gunpowder stores goods or articles respectively:

And whereas by the third section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as enacted by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is provided that it shall be lawful for the Governor by and with the advice of the Executive Council by proclamation to prohibit for such period as may be therein mentioned the exportation of all or any of the following articles namely arms ammunition military and naval stores and any articles which the Governor shall judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores to any country or place therein named whenever the Governor by and with the advice aforesaid shall judge such prohibition to be expedient in order to prevent such arms ammunition. or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-opera- tion with His Majesty's forces:

And whereas by the fourth section of the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1862 as renumbered by the Military Stores (Exportation) Ordinance 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may whilst any such proclamation is in force permit to be exported or to be water-borne to be so exported any particular articles or class of articles the export of which is prohibited by such proclamation to such persons and on such terms and sub- ject to such conditions and regulations if any as to the Governor may seem fit and may at any time revoke or vary the terms of any such permission:

And whereas by sub-clause (9) of clause III of the order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria-in-Council made on the 26th day of October 1896 as amended by the order of His Majesty-in-Council made on the 28th day of August 1914 it is enacted that the Governor may prohibit the export from the Colony of any article:

And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of September 1915 the exporta- tion of certain articles therein referred to from the Colony was prohibited to certain or all destinations:

And whereas by proclamations dated respectively the 1st and 29th days of October the 19th day of November and the 10th 24th and 31st days of December 1915 the 7th and 21st days of January the 11th and 18th days of February the 17th 24th and 31st days of March the 20th day of April and the 12th day of May 1916 the said procla- mation of the 17th day of September 1915 was amended as therein stated:

And whereas by a proclamation dated the 17th day of December 1915 the said pro- clamation of the 10th day of December 1915 was amended as therein stated:

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  And whereas it is expedient that the said proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid should be further amended:

And whereas the articles other than arms ammunition or military or naval stores hereinafter enumerated are articles which I with the advice aforesaid judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of arms ammunition or military or naval stores:

  And whereas in order to prevent such arms ammunition or military or naval stores being used against His Majesty's subjects or forces or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-operation with His Majesty's forces I with the advice aforesaid have deemed it expedient to prohibit the exportation of the articles hereinafter enumerated:

  Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same by and with the advice of the Executive Council of this Colony and in virtue and exercise of the aforesaid powers do by this Proclamation declare and it is hereby declared that the above- mentioned proclamation of the 17th day of September 1915 so amended as aforesaid be and the same is hereby further amended as follows:

(1.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all destina- tions other than the United Kingdom and British Possessions and Protectorates:---

Aluminium Sulphate and alumino-ferric ;

Files;

Lacs, not including lac dye;

Pig iron of all descriptions;

Railway material, the following:

Steel rails;

Steel sleepers;

Steel springs;

Steel wheels and axles;

Shipbuilding material, the following:

Boiler tubes;

Condenser tubes;

Steel plates and sectional materials for shipbuilding ; Soap containing more than one per cent. of glycerine; Soap, soft, containing one per cent, and less of glycerine;

Steel in bars, angles, rods and shapes or sections;

Steel blooms, billets and slabs;

Steel bridge, boiler and other plates not under inch thick;

Steel girders, beams, joists and pillars;

Steel ingots;

Steel tubes of all descriptions;

(2.) That the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all foreign countries in Europe and on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, other than France, Russia (except through Baltic ports), Italy, Spain and Portugal:---

Asphalt and solid or liquid bitumen ;

Fishing gear, except tackle for fishing by rod and line;

Petroleum and its products not already specifically prohibited; Soap, hard, containing one per cent. and less of glycerine.

  Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 9th day of June 1916.

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By Command,

-

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

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No. 245. The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information:---

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

FOR PROHIBITING THE IMPORTATION OF CERTAIN ARTICLES INTO THE UNITED KINGDOM.

GEORGE R.I.

WHEREAS by Section forty-three of the Customs Consolidation Act, 1876, it is

    provided that the importation of arms, ammunition, gunpowder, or any other goods may be prohibited by Proclamation:

And whereas it is expedient that the importation into the United Kingdom of certain goods should be prohibited as hereinafter provided :

Now, therefore, We, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council, in pursuance of the said Act and of all other powers enabling Us in that behalf, do hereby proclaim, direct and ordain as follows:---

   As from and after the Thirtieth day of March, 1916, subject as hereinafter provided, the importation into the United Kingdom of the following goods is hereby prohibited, viz. :-

Baskets and basket ware (except baskets and basket ware of bamboo). Cement.

China ware, earthenware and pottery, not including cloisonné wares.

Cotton yarn, cotton piece goods and cotton manufactures of all kinds, except

hosiery and lace.

Cutlery.

Fatty acids.

Furniture, manufactured joinery and other wood manufactures, except lacquered

wares.

Hardware and hollow-ware.

Oilcloth.

Soap.

Toys, games and playing cards.

Wood and timber of the following kinds, viz.: -

beech, birch, elm, and oak.

Woollen and worsted manufactures of all kinds except yarns.

Provided always, and it is hereby declared, that this prohibition shall not apply to any such goods which are imported under licence given by or on behalf of the Board of Trade, and subject to the provisions and conditions of such licence.

1916.

This Proclamation may be cited as the Prohibition of Import (No. 4) Proclamation,

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Thirtieth day of March, in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Sixth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE King.

NOTE.-Previous Proclamations have been published in the Hongkong Gazettes of the 7th April

and 19th May, 1916.

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No. 246.--The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information :---

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION.

MAKING CERTAIN ADDITIONS TO AND AMENDMENTS IN THE LIST OF ARTICLES

TO BE TREATED AS CONTRABAND OF WAR.

GEORGE R.I.

HEREAS on the 14th day of October, 1915, We did issue Our Royal Proclamation specifying the articles which it was Our intention to treat as contraband during

the continuance of hostilities, or until We did give further public notice;

And whereas on the 27th day of January, 1916, We did by Our Royal Proclamation of that date make certain additions to and modifications in the list of articles to be treated as contraband;

And whereas it is expedient to make certain further additions to and modifications in the said list:

Now, therefore, We do hereby declare, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council, that during the continuance of the war or until We do give further public notice, the following articles will be treated as absolute contraband in addition to those set out in Our Royal Proclamations aforementioned :---

Gold, silver, paper money, and all negotiable instruments and realisable securi-

ties.

Metallic chlorides, except chloride of sodium; metalloidic chlorides; halogen

compounds of carbon.

Starch.

Borax, boric acid, and other boron compounds.

Sabadilla seeds and preparations therefrom.

And We do hereby further declare that as from this date the following amendments shall be made in Schedule 1 of Our Royal Proclamation aforesaid :-

In item 3 the following shall be substituted for the present wording :-

"Lathes, machines, and tools capable of being employed in the manu-

facture of munitions of war.'

In item 8 for "ether" shall be substituted "formic ether; sulphuric ether.

"1

And We do hereby further declare that no gold, silver, or paper money captured after this date shall be treated as conditional contraband, and that, except as to captures already effected, item 14 shall as from this date be struck out of Schedule II of Our Royal Proclamation aforementioned.

Given at Our Court at Buckingham Palace, this Twelfth day of April, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Sixth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE. The proclamation of the 14th October, 1915, was published in the Hongkong Government Gazette of the 22nd October, 1915, and the proclamation of the 27th January, 1916, was published in the Hongkong Government Gazette of the 24th March, 1916.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

  No. 247. It is hereby notified that the following society has been exempted by the Governor in Council from registration under the Societies Ordinance, 1911, (Ordi- nance No. 47 of 1911), and its name is hereby added to the List of Exempted Societies, published in Government Notification No. 165 of 1916, under the following heading --

Miscellaneous.

First Kowloon Troop of Baden Powell Boy Scouts.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

1st June, 1916.

NOTICES.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. 248. The following notice issued by the Foreign Office for the information of British subjects who may have occasion to put forward claims before the German Prize Court is,published for general information.

In the reports of judgments of the German Prize Court which have reached His Majesty's Government it is observed that in many cases claims put forward by British subjects have been rejected by the Court on the ground that the claimants had failed to submit a power of attorney, as prescribed by section 27, paragraph 2, of the German Prize Court Regulations.

A translation of the section above referred to is accordingly appended for the infor- mation of persons who may have occasion to put forward claims before that Court:-

Section 27 of German Prize Court Regulations.

"In the statement of claim shall be indicated the facts and proofs by which the "claim is supported; if possible, documents shall be attached to the "statement in the original.

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"The said statement of claim shall be signed by an advocate provided with a written power of attorney and admitted to practice at a German Court, who has obtained the qualification to sit as a Judge.

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"If the claimant is not residing at the place of the official seat of the Prize "Court, he shall indicate a person there domiciled upon whom service

may be effected on his behalf."

FOREIGN OFFICE,

March 1, 1916.

No. 249. The following notice is published for general information.

Cargoes of Enemy Vessels in Portuguese Harbours.

His Majesty's Minister at Lisbon reports by telegraph that the Portuguese Govern- ment have issued a Decree, dated the 21st instant, providing that Allied and Neutral cargoes of, or discharged from, German vessels will be delivered up by the Procurator of the Republic in the respective districts, to whom application should be made for the pur- pose within a period of 30 days. This period may be extended in certain cases.

It is added that a security will be required from cargo owners whose papers are not in order, and that the Portuguese Government retain the right to requisition cargoes on payment of an indemnity. The Portuguese Prize Court will decide all questions which may arise relative to cargoes.

FOREIGN OFFICE,

April 24, 1916.

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No. 250. The following notice which appeared in the London Gazette of the 7th April, 1916, is published for general information.

FOREIGN TRADE DEPARTMENT, FOREIGN OFFICE,

April 7th, 1916.

The Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs publishes for general information the following lists of persons and firms in Egypt with enemy interests, which have been licensed by the Egyptian Government to carry on business for the purpose of liquidation only.

No new transactions should be entered into with any person or firm mentioned in the lists.

Persons having claims against any person or firm mentioned in these lists should make such claims at once to such person or firm, or, in cases when a Controller or Receiver has already been appointed, to the Controller or Receiver thereof.

 These lists supersede the list published as a supplement to the London Gazette of February 11th last.

 LIST 1.-Persons and firms, licensed to carry on business for the purpose of liquida- tion only, to which no Controller has yet been appointed.

Andres & Co., Fritz, 19, Rue Stamboul, Alexandria.

Bohm, Friedrich, & Heymann, 14, Sharia Maghraby, Cairo. Confalonieri, Antonio, 3, Sharia Abou el Sebaa, Cairo. Egyptian Lloyd, The, 21, Sharia Madabegh, Cairo.

Engelhardt, Leopold & Co., 12, Sharia Kawala, Cairo.

Galizenstein, Jacques, per Albert Tomich, 16, Sharia el Maghraby, Cairo.

Hussein Bey Younes Ben Chaaban (Agency for the Soc. Anon. des Fabriques

Autrichiennes des Bonnets Turcs), Rue Fahamine, Ghourieh, Cairo.

Klink & Lauer, Rue el Mokattam, Port Said.

Koenig & Jessenitzer, P.O. Box 1226, Cairo.

Lepique, H., per Th. D. Kaiopoulos, Shebin el Quanâter.

Lepique, H, per Stellio Mavridis, Toukh.

Mez, Gustav, Koubbeh les Bains.

Sayegh & Sorer, 6, Rue Hamzawi, Cairo.

Toch, S., per B. Press, P.O. Box 1137, Cairo.

Zuker, Leo, 10, Sharia Maghraby, Cairo.

 LIST 2.-Persons and firms, licensed to carry on business for the purpose of liquida- tion only, to which a Controller has been appointed.

Abel & Schellenberg, Controller: E. C. Widdows, Gresham House, Cairo. Austro-Orientalische Handels Aktiengesellschaft. Controller: F. H. Russell,

Gresham House, Cairo.

Barkowski, H.

  Controller: E. L. Bristow & R. T. Prioleau, Port Said. Bayer Bruder. Controller: R. E. Moore, Savoy Chambers, Cairo. Bornstein & Co., L. Controller: J. W. Eady, P.O. Box 1078, Cairo.

Brach, Gustav, & Co., Sucers. Controller: C. E. Pheysey, Bank of Egypt,

Alexandria.

Colloid Wolfram Lamp Co. Controller: F. H. Russell, Gresham House, Cairo. Continental Caoutchouc & Gutta-Percha Co. Controller: F. H. Russell, Gres-

ham House, Cairo.

Cotton Export Co. Controller: F. H. Russell, Gresham House, Cairo.

Deutz Gasmotoren Fabrik. Controller: R. E. Moore, Savoy Chambers, Cairo. Diemer, F., Finck & Bayländer Sucers. Controller: R. E. Moore, Savoy Cham-

bers, Cairo.

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Egyptische Egrenier Fabriken. Controller: H. Bridson, 6, Rue de L'Ancienne

Bourse, Alexandria.

Entreprises Foncières et Immobilières, Société Anonyme Egyptienne. Con-

troller: R. E. Moore, Savoy Chambers, Cairo.

Escher Jesumann & Co. Controller: Messrs. Carver Bros. & Co., Ltd., Alexan-

dria.

Fix & David. Controller: R. E. Moore, Savoy Chambers, Cairo.

Flasch, F.

Controller: F. II. Russell, Gresham House, Cairo.

Flick, H. & C. Controller: A. E. Mills, P.O. Box 23, Alexandria.

Geiger & Co., W. Controller: E. C. Widdows, Gresham House, Cairo.

Graz, Prima Fabbrica Birra di. Controller: E. D. Joyce, Imperial Ottoman

Bank, Alexandria.

Hess & Co. Controller: Messrs. R. J. Moss & Co., Alexandria.

Holz & Co. Controller : W. B. Delany, Standard Building, Cairo.

Kirchmayer & Co., R. Controller: F. H. Russell, Gresham House, Cairo. Kortenhaus & Hammerstein. Controller: F. H. Russell, Gresham House, Cairo. Kunzler & Co. Controller: R. E. Moore, Savoy Chambers, Cairo.

Landgrebe & Leisching. Controller: R. C. Abdy, Messrs. Mallinson & Co.,⋅

Alexandria.

Lichtenstern, J. M. Cantroller: J. W. Eady, P.O. Box 1078, Cairo.

Lindemann, R. & O. Controller: H. Bridson, 6, Rue de l'Ancienne Bourse,

Alexandria.

Lion, Ludwig. Controller: R. E. Moore, Savoy Chambers, Cairo.

Meinecke, Georg. Controller: J. M. Norman, Port Tewfik:

Mochonoff, Ed. Controller: A. E. Mills, P. O. Box 23, Alexandria.

Mohr & Fenderl, Alexandria, Toukh & Shebin el Quanáter. Controller: J. F.

Luard, Ionian Bank, Ltd., Alexandria.

Mulhauser & Co. Controller: Messrs. Peel & Co., Ltd., Alexandria.

Orenstein & Koppel-Arthur Koppel, Société Anonyme. Controller: F. H.

Russell, Gresham House, Cairo.

Pollack & Co., Leopold. Controller: W. B. Delany, Standard Building, Cairo. Poppel & Co., C. Controller: A. C. Hann, National Bank of Egypt, Alexandria. Protzman, Carl. Controller: Messrs. Peel & Co., Ltd., Alexandria. Reiser, Lucien. Controller: A. E. Mills, P. O. Box 23, Alexandria. Riecken, Georg. Controller: II. Bridson, 6, Rue de l'Ancienne Bourse,

Alexandria.

Ruelberg, Georg. Controller: A. E. Mills, P. O. Box 23, Alexandria.

Schneider & Rothacker. Controller: E. D. Joyce, Imperial Ottoman Bank,

Alexandria.

Seeger, Albert. Controller: Messrs. Barker & Co., Alexandria.

Seeger Bros. & Co. Controller: F. H. Russell, Gresham House, Cairo.

Seidemann, A. Controller: H. Bridson, 6, Rue de l'Ancienne Bourse, Alex-

andria.

Siemens-Schuckert. Controller: R. E. Moore, Savoy Chambers, Cairo. Société Anonyme d'Electricité Ganz. Controller: F. H. Russell, Gresham

House, Cairo.

Société Anonyme pour la Fabrication des Cigarettes "Hadges Nessim." Con-

troller: E. D. Joyce, Imperial Ottoman Bank, Alexandria.

Steaua Romana. Controller: Messrs. Carver Bros. & Co., Ltd., Alexandria. Stobbe, Rudolf, G.M.B.H. Controller: H. Swinglehurst, Alexandria. Stross, A. Controller: E. D. Joyce, Imperial Ottoman Bank, Alexandria. Stross Bruder. Controller: F. H. Russell, Gresham House, Cairo.

Trapp & Co., Wm. Controller: O. J. Finney, Alexandria Cotton Co., Alex-

andria.

Union Export, G.M.B.H. Controller: J. W. Eady, P.O. Box 1078, Cairo. Upper Egypt Artesian Boring Co. Controller: C. R. Beasley, 3, Sharia Elwi,

Cairo.

Werner & Co., Controller: H. Bridson, 6, Rue de l'Ancienne Bourse, Alexandria.

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NOTE. The Deutsche Orient Bank, A.G., and the Egyptische Hypotheken Bank are licensed to carry on business in Egypt under the supervision of a Controller with instructious, the effect of which is to prevent these banks from undertaking new business.

The Deutsches Kohlen Depôt, Port Said branch, has also been licensed to liqui-

date certain outstanding business.

    LIST 3.-Persons and firms with enemy interests, to which a Receiver has been appointed for the purpose of liquidation.

Bindernagel, H. Receiver: A. C. Hann, National Bank of Egypt, Alexandria. Boehme & Anderer. Receiver: R. E. Moore, Savoy Chambers, Cairo.

Hlackh, Hugo, Cairo & Alexandria. Receiver: F. H. Russell, Gresham House,

Cairo.

Knoll, Giuseppe, Cairo. Receiver: W. B. Delany, Standard Building, Cairo. Vulcaan Coal Co., Port Said. Receiver: E. L. Bristow & R. T. Prioleau, Port

Said.

NOTE. These lists supersede the list published in the Hongkong Government Gazette of the 7th April, 1916.

No. 251. The list of persons to whom articles to be exported to China may be consigned, which was published as Notification No. 218 in thể Gazette of the 19th May, 1916, is hereby amended as follows:

Add the following names:----

Bank of Taiwan, Ltd., Shanghai.

Central Hospital, Peking. Nordisk Fjer Fabrik, Shanghai. Pierson, P. J. F., Shanghai.

Rouse, Graham & Co., Chefco. Shushterovitch, G., Harvin. Spalinger, U, Canton.

For Hongkew Book Stall

International Export Co., Ltd., Eankow

and Nanking

read Hongkow Book Store.

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Shung Chang & Co., Chefoo

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International Export Co., Ltd.. Hankow. International Export Co., Nanking.

Ivy and Robinson, Prs. (as already printed in the

list).

Morse & Co., G. S., Shanghai.

Shan Chang & Co., Chefon.

Szo Hing & Co., Chef, c.

Travers Smith & Sons,

Whitham, R. P.

Yuen Sai Chan g Dispensary. Swatow.

Renove the following name:

Yaag & Co., I. C., Peking.

    The list of persons to whom articles to be exporte: to Siam may be consigaed, which was published as Notification No. 218 in the Čuzette of the 19th May, 1916, La doroby

amended as follows:

Add the following names:

Ah Choi, Senggora. Buan Hoa Seng, Bangkok. Ebata & Co., Dangkok. Lee Moe V. hatt, Pangkok. Motiwalla, E. J., Bangkok. Seng Chiang, Bangkok. Siam Drug Store, Bangkok. Sutton, N., Bangkok.

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NOTE. The Deutsche Orient Bank, A.G., and the Egyptische Hypotheken Bank are licensed to carry on business in Egypt under the supervision of a Controller with instructious, the effect of which is to prevent these banks from undertaking new business.

The Deutsches Kohlen Depôt, Port Said branch, has also been licensed to liqui-

date certain outstanding business.

    LIST 3.-Persons and firms with enemy interests, to which a Receiver has been appointed for the purpose of liquidation.

Bindernagel, H. Receiver: A. C. Hann, National Bank of Egypt, Alexandria. Boehme & Anderer. Receiver: R. E. Moore, Savoy Chambers, Cairo.

Hlackh, Hugo, Cairo & Alexandria. Receiver: F. H. Russell, Gresham House,

Cairo.

Knoll, Giuseppe, Cairo. Receiver: W. B. Delany, Standard Building, Cairo. Vulcaan Coal Co., Port Said. Receiver: E. L. Bristow & R. T. Prioleau, Port

Said.

NOTE. These lists supersede the list published in the Hongkong Government Gazette of the 7th April, 1916.

No. 251. The list of persons to whom articles to be exported to China may be consigned, which was published as Notification No. 218 in thể Gazette of the 19th May, 1916, is hereby amended as follows:

Add the following names:----

Bank of Taiwan, Ltd., Shanghai.

Central Hospital, Peking. Nordisk Fjer Fabrik, Shanghai. Pierson, P. J. F., Shanghai.

Rouse, Graham & Co., Chefco. Shushterovitch, G., Harvin. Spalinger, U, Canton.

For Hongkew Book Stall

International Export Co., Ltd., Eankow

and Nanking

read Hongkow Book Store.

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Morse C... G. N.

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Shung Chang & Co., Chefoo

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International Export Co., Ltd.. Hankow. International Export Co., Nanking.

Ivy and Robinson, Prs. (as already printed in the

list).

Morse & Co., G. S., Shanghai.

Shan Chang & Co., Chefon.

Szo Hing & Co., Chef, c.

Travers Smith & Sons,

Whitham, R. P.

Yuen Sai Chan g Dispensary. Swatow.

Renove the following name:

Yaag & Co., I. C., Peking.

    The list of persons to whom articles to be exporte: to Siam may be consigaed, which was published as Notification No. 218 in the Čuzette of the 19th May, 1916, La doroby

amended as follows:

Add the following names:

Ah Choi, Senggora. Buan Hoa Seng, Bangkok. Ebata & Co., Dangkok. Lee Moe V. hatt, Pangkok. Motiwalla, E. J., Bangkok. Seng Chiang, Bangkok. Siam Drug Store, Bangkok. Sutton, N., Bangkok.

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   No. 252. The following notifications which appeared in the London Gazette of the 21st April, 1916, are published for general information.

Prize Claims Committee.

   Whereas a Committee has been constituted to receive and consider claims made by British, Allied, or Neutral Third Parties againt ships or cargoes which have been con- demned or detained by orders of Prize Courts, and to recommend to what extent, in what manner, and on what terms such claims should be met or provided for. And whereas the vessels mentioned below have been condemned or detained by order of Prize Courts.

   This is to give notice to all British, Allied, or Neutral Persons having any such claims against the vessels mentioned below that such claims should be sent, with all necessary particulars, to the Secretary of the Committee, Board of Trade, Whitehall Gardens, S. W., as soon as possible, and in any case within four months of this date, after which they cannot be entertained.

Dated 18th day of April, 1916.

(Sailing vessels are shown in Italies.)

Condemned or detained by Prize Courts in the Commonwealth of Australia :--

Altona, Athene, Berlin, Cannstatt, Carl Rudgert Vinnen, Ernst, Germania, Greifswald, Hessen, Hobart, Lothringen, Melbourne, Neumünster, Ober- hausen, Olinda, Osnabruck, Pfalz, Prinz Sigismund, Scharzfels, Signal, Stolzenfels, Sumatra, Susanne Vinnen, Thuringen, Tiberius, Turul, Wildenfels, Wotan, Zambesi.

́Condemned or detained by Prize Courts in the Dominion of Canada :

Bellas.

Condemned or detained by Prize Courts in the Union of South Africa :-

Apolda, Birkenfels, Bismarck, Hamm, Heinz, Rufidji, Seeadler, Sturmvogel.

   This list is supplemental to those published in the London Gazette of March the 26th and July the 27th, 1915, with regard to ships ordered to be condemned or detained by Prize Courts in England, India, Egypt, and Colonies not possessing responsible Government and Protectorates. (1)

Prize Claims Committee.

Whereas a Committee has been instituted to receive and consider claims made by British, Allied, or Neutral Third Parties against ships or cargoes which have been con- demned or detained by orders of Prize Courts, and to recommend to what extent, in what manner, and on what terms, such claims should be met or provided for.

    This is to give notice to all British, Allied, or Neutral Persons having any such claims against cargoes which have been or may be condemned or ordered to be detained by a Prize Court in any of the Self-governing Dominions, that any such claims should be sent, with all necessary particulars, to the Secretary of the Committee, Board of Trade, Whitehall Gardens, London, S.W., within four months of this date, if the cargo has already been condemned or detained by an order of a Prize Court. If the cargo has not yet been dealt with by a Prize Court such application must be made within four months of the date of the order for condemnation or detention.

Dated 18th day of April, 1916.

Prize Claims Committee.

Whereas a Committee has been instituted to receive and consider claims made by British, Allied, or Neutral Third Parties against ships or cargoes which have been con- demned or detained by orders of Prize Courts, and to recommend to what extent, in what manner, and on what terms, such claims should be met or provided for.

    (1) The list published in the London Gazette of the 27th July, 1915, was published in the Hongkong Government Gazette of the 17th September, 1915.

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  This is to give notice to all British, Allied, or Neutral Persons having any such claims aginst cargoes which have been or may be condemned or ordered to be detained by a Prize Court in the United Kingdom, India, Egypt, or in any of the Colonies not possessing responsible Government and Protectorates, that any such claims should be sent with all necessary particulars to the Secretary of the Committee, Board of Trade, Whitehall Gardens, London, S.W., within three months of the date of the order for condemnation or detention.

Dated 18th day of April, 1916.

This notice is supplemental to that published in the London Gazette of the 31st of August, 1915.

No. 253. The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general information. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, and 5th, 19th and 26th May, 1916.

9th June, 1916.

:

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY AMENDMENT ACT, 1916.

   Orders have been made by the Board of Trade requiring the undermentioned busi- nesses to be wound up:

76. Veithardt and Hall Limited, 41, Eastcheap, London, E.C., Iron and Steel Importers. Controller: A. J. Foster, 37, Walbrook, London, E.C. 27th March, 1916.

77. Max Koritschan and Co. Limited, 5, Duke Street, Tooley Street, London, S.E., Egg Merchants. Controller: G. M. Robinson, 3, Raymond Build- ings, Gray's Inn, London, W.C. 27th March, 1916.

78. Hadenfeldt and Co., 4, Cullum Street, London, E.C., General Merchants. Controller: The Hon. Walter John Harry Boyle, 132, York Road, Lon- don, S.E. 30th March, 1916.

79. Gustav Rosenmann, 194-200, Bishopsgate, London, E.C., Hardware Mer- chant. Controller: Norman Ward Wild, 22-28, Broad Street Avenue, London, E.C. 30th March, 1916.

SO. Eugen Rüdenburg, 14-20, St. Mary Axe, London, E.C., Shipping and For- warding Agent. Controller: John Edward Percival, 6, Old Jewry, Lon- don, E.C. 30th March, 1916.

SI. C. F. H. Müller, 47, Red Lion Street, High Holborn, London, W.C., Manu- facturer of X Ray Tubes. Controller: Henry Lancelot Hingston Hill, 2, Broad Street Place, Finsbury Circus, London, E.C. 30th March, 1916. 82. C. F. Stahlecker and Co., 8, Christopher Street, Finsbury, London, E.C. Agents and Merchants in Toys. Controller: George Stanhope Pitt, 140, Leadenhall Street, London, E.C. 3rd April, 1916.

83. F. Schmitz and Co., 59, Mark Lane, London, E.C., Commission Agent and Merchant in Skins. Controller: Francis Joseph Saffery, 14, Old Jewry Chambers, London, E.C. 3rd April, 1916.

84. Thermos, A. G., 85, Crowland Road, South Tottenham, London, N., Thermos Manufacturers. Controller: J. E. Percival, 6, Old Jewry, London, E.C. 30th March, 1916.

85. Alois Schweiger and Co., 34, Princess Street, Manchester, Merchants. Con- troller: L. L. Samuels, 7, Norfolk Street, Manchester. 30th March, 1916. 86. N. W. K. Co., Limited, Conway Buildings, 5, Grey Friars, Leicester, Yarn Merchants. Controller: T. Fleming Birch, Court Chambers, 27, Friar Lane, Leicester. 30th March, 1916.

87. London Electron Works Co., Ltd., Regent's Dock, Limehouse, London, E., Dealers in old Tin. Controller: Arthur Taylor, Thames House, Queen Street Place, London, E.C. 3rd April, 1916.

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  This is to give notice to all British, Allied, or Neutral Persons having any such claims aginst cargoes which have been or may be condemned or ordered to be detained by a Prize Court in the United Kingdom, India, Egypt, or in any of the Colonies not possessing responsible Government and Protectorates, that any such claims should be sent with all necessary particulars to the Secretary of the Committee, Board of Trade, Whitehall Gardens, London, S.W., within three months of the date of the order for condemnation or detention.

Dated 18th day of April, 1916.

This notice is supplemental to that published in the London Gazette of the 31st of August, 1915.

No. 253. The following additional list of firms which are being wound up under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916, is published for general information. The previous lists appeared in the Gazettes of the 20th April, and 5th, 19th and 26th May, 1916.

9th June, 1916.

:

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY AMENDMENT ACT, 1916.

   Orders have been made by the Board of Trade requiring the undermentioned busi- nesses to be wound up:

76. Veithardt and Hall Limited, 41, Eastcheap, London, E.C., Iron and Steel Importers. Controller: A. J. Foster, 37, Walbrook, London, E.C. 27th March, 1916.

77. Max Koritschan and Co. Limited, 5, Duke Street, Tooley Street, London, S.E., Egg Merchants. Controller: G. M. Robinson, 3, Raymond Build- ings, Gray's Inn, London, W.C. 27th March, 1916.

78. Hadenfeldt and Co., 4, Cullum Street, London, E.C., General Merchants. Controller: The Hon. Walter John Harry Boyle, 132, York Road, Lon- don, S.E. 30th March, 1916.

79. Gustav Rosenmann, 194-200, Bishopsgate, London, E.C., Hardware Mer- chant. Controller: Norman Ward Wild, 22-28, Broad Street Avenue, London, E.C. 30th March, 1916.

SO. Eugen Rüdenburg, 14-20, St. Mary Axe, London, E.C., Shipping and For- warding Agent. Controller: John Edward Percival, 6, Old Jewry, Lon- don, E.C. 30th March, 1916.

SI. C. F. H. Müller, 47, Red Lion Street, High Holborn, London, W.C., Manu- facturer of X Ray Tubes. Controller: Henry Lancelot Hingston Hill, 2, Broad Street Place, Finsbury Circus, London, E.C. 30th March, 1916. 82. C. F. Stahlecker and Co., 8, Christopher Street, Finsbury, London, E.C. Agents and Merchants in Toys. Controller: George Stanhope Pitt, 140, Leadenhall Street, London, E.C. 3rd April, 1916.

83. F. Schmitz and Co., 59, Mark Lane, London, E.C., Commission Agent and Merchant in Skins. Controller: Francis Joseph Saffery, 14, Old Jewry Chambers, London, E.C. 3rd April, 1916.

84. Thermos, A. G., 85, Crowland Road, South Tottenham, London, N., Thermos Manufacturers. Controller: J. E. Percival, 6, Old Jewry, London, E.C. 30th March, 1916.

85. Alois Schweiger and Co., 34, Princess Street, Manchester, Merchants. Con- troller: L. L. Samuels, 7, Norfolk Street, Manchester. 30th March, 1916. 86. N. W. K. Co., Limited, Conway Buildings, 5, Grey Friars, Leicester, Yarn Merchants. Controller: T. Fleming Birch, Court Chambers, 27, Friar Lane, Leicester. 30th March, 1916.

87. London Electron Works Co., Ltd., Regent's Dock, Limehouse, London, E., Dealers in old Tin. Controller: Arthur Taylor, Thames House, Queen Street Place, London, E.C. 3rd April, 1916.

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88. J. A. John Ltd., 45, Brecknock Road, Camden Road, London, N., Laundry Engineers. Controller: John Baker, Eldon Street House, Eldon Street, London, E.C. 3rd April, 1916.

89. Ferrum Limited, 199, Winchester House, Old Broad Street, London, E.C., Agents for Hydraulic Pipes. Controller: William G. Jefferys, 66, Coleman Street, London, E.C. 3rd April, 1916. 90. F. M. Barschall, 103, Fore Street, London, E.C., Agents for the purchase and sale on commission of Cotton and Woollen Goods. Controller: Henry Crewdson Howard, 70a, Basinghall Street, London, E.C. 6th April, 1916.

91. Tyralla and Co., 7, Maidenhead Court, London, E.C., Manufacturers' Agents (Lace and Embroidery). Controller: John William Barratt, 19A, Cole- man Street, London, E.C. 10th April, 1916. 92. Oettinger and Heidecker, 5,

      Jewin Street, London, E.C., Bronze Powder Manufacturers. Controller: Charles Nicholas Moysey Stuart, 31, Lom- bard Street, London, E.C. 10th April, 1916.

93. Patermann Brothers, Regent House, Kingsway, London, W.C., Chemical Fool Manufacturers. Controller: Percy Weiller Straus, 7, Great Win- chester Street, London, E.C. 10th April, 1916.

94. J. B. Sturm, 36, Mark Lane, London, E.C., Agent for sale of Wines. Con-

troller: Harvey Preen, 17, Basinghall-Street, London, E.C.

                    10th April, 1916.

95. L. and H. Sussmann, Ashley Road, Tottenham, London, N., Woollen Cloth- ing Manufacturers. Controller: Frank Henry Finlaison, 45, London Wall, London, E.C. 10th April, 1916.

96. Andres Bros and Co., Ltd., 85, Chiswell Street, London, E.C., Importers of Gramophones and Records. Controller: W. G. Rayner, 12-14, Arthur Street, London, E.C. 30th March, 1916.

97. Berkefeld Filter Co., Ltd., 121, Oxford Street, London, W., Filter and Pump Manufacturers. Controller: G. M. Robinson, 3, Raymond Buildings, Gray's Inn, London, W.C. 30th March, 1916.

Mercantile Chambers, Quayside, New- Controller: Sir William B. Peat, 11, 10th April, 1916.

98. Northern Union Mining Co., Ltd.,

castle-upon-Tyne, Coal Mining. Ironmonger Lane, London, E.C. 99. Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nurnberg A. G., Caxton House, Tothill Street, London, S. W., Manufacturers of Gas Engines, &c. Controller: Basil E. Mayhew, Alderman's House, Bishopsgate, London, E.C. 10th April, 1916.

100. ·P. M. Krebs and Co., Ltd., 3, Old Gloucester Street, Bloomsbury, London, W.C., Dealers in Heating Apparatus, &c. Controller: J. W. Barratt, 19A, Coleman Street, London, E.C. 10th April, 1916.

* 102. Rhineland Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 69, Wells Street, Oxford Street, Lon- don, W. Importers of Ball bearings for Machinery, &c. Control er: Lionel F. Goodricke, 10, Coleman Street, London, E.C. 10th April, 1916.

103, it he and Gunther Optical Co., Ltd., 66, Hatten Garden, E.C. Manufac- turers of Örtical Instruments, &c. Cntroller: Pasil E. Mayhew, Alderman's House, Pishopsgate, London, E.C. 10th April, 1916.

101. Lobenthal & Co., 17, late of 15, Carthusian Street, London, E.C., Bronze Powder Merchants. Con rol er: James Martin, 50, Gresham Street, Bank, London, E.C'. 17th April, 1916.

105. M. Weeber & Co., 61, Mark Lane, London, E.C., Coffee Merchants and Exporters. Controller: James Robert Tulloch, 4r, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916.

C'on-

106. Roselius & Co., 37, Mincing Lane, Londen, E.C., Coffee Merchants.

troler: Daniel Hill, I, Walbrook, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916. 107. Ernest Wabliss, 88, Oxford Street, London, W., Glass and China Merchant. Cont ofer: Alfred Page, 28, King Street, Cheapside, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916.

* No. 101 cannot be traced.

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329

108. G. A. Schlechtendahl, Globus Buildings, Lister Hills Road, Bradford, Yarn Merchant. Controller: Charles William Boyce, 3, Piccadilly, Bradford. 17th April, 1916.

109. Uhlmann & Co., 48, Lime Street, London, E.C., Shipping Agents. Con- troller: Basil Edgar Mayhew, Alderman's House, Bishopsgate, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916.

110. Soldan & Co., Ltd., 8, Baldwin's Gardens, London, E.C., Agents for Typograph and Printing Machines. Controller: J. Stanley Holmes, 33, Paternoster Row, London, E.C. 13th April, 1916.

111. United Chemical Works, Ltd., 9, Farringdon Road, London, E.C., Agents for the Sale of Gas Mantles. Controller: C. Bramwell Smith, 79, Bishopsgate, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916.

112. W: Hagelberg, A.G., 12, Bunhill Row, London, E.C., Colour Printers and Stationers. Controller: Charles Eves, Capel House, 62, New Broad Street, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916.

113. Glidine, Ltd., Imperial Buildings, Ludgate Circus, London, E.C. Prepara- tion of Baby-foods. Controller: A. Reginald Green, 100-104, Moorgate Station Chambers, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916.

114. St. Pauli Breweries, Ltd., 1-5, Glasshouse Street, Albert Embankment, London, S.E., Agents for the sale of German Beer. Controller: Arthur E. Green, 100-104, Moorgate Station Chambers, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916.

115. Seamless Rubber Co., Ltd., 5 and 6, Kinghorn Street, London, E.C., Agents for the sale of Rubber Goods. Controller: William Hancock, 90-91, Queen Street, Cheapside, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916.

116. The Roborat Co., Ltd., 23, Cloth Fair, Aldersgate Street, London, E.C., Wholesale Manufacturing Chemists. Controller: C. N. Moysey Stuart, 31, Lombard Street, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916. 117. H. Nickel and Co., 101-105, Goswell Road, London, E.C., Druggists and Surgical Sundries Manufacturers. Controller: H. W. Dunn, 46, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916.

118. Aktiengesellschaft Vormals Frister und Rossmann, 24-25, Fore Street, Lon- don, E.C., Sewing Machine Agents. Controller: J. Stanley Holmes, 33, Paternoster Row, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916.

119. Schliemann's Oil and Ceresine Co., Ltd., London House, 3, New London Controller: E. W. Street, E.C., Agents for the sale of Oils and Wax.

Gundry, 7, Great Winchester Street, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916. 120. Rhine and Sea Transport Co., Ltd., New Hibernia Chambers, London Bridge, London, S.E., Shipping Agents. Controller; George Thomson, 65, London Wall, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916.

121. Aktien Gesellschaft fur Korbwaren und Kinderwagen Industrie Hourdeau Bergmann, 40-41, Jewin Street, London, E.C., Basket and Toy Agency. Controller: B. D. Holroyd, 6, Great Winchester Street, Old Broad Street, London, E.C. 17th April, 1916.

122. Staudt and Co., 34, Princess Street, late Orient House, Granby Row, Man- chester, Exporters of Cotton and Woollen Goods. Controller: William Ros Sharp, 30, Brown Street, Manchester. 19th April, 1916.

123. Sidney Selinger, 5, Paper Street, London, E.C., Agent for various Manu- facturers (being enemies) of toys and fancy goods, musical instruments, brushes and tools. Controller: Walter Boniface, 2, Clement's Inn, Lon- don, W.C. 19th April, 1916.

  The following amended Notice is substituted for that published in the Gazette of the 19th May, 1916 :-

54. The Allolit Co., Agents for the sale of Aluminium Foil, and Otto Rosenstiel, Paper Merchant, 4, Charles Street, Hatton Garden, London, E.C. Con- troller: Harold Hartley, 9, Ironmonger Lane, London, E.C. 20th March, 1916.

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 254.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that it will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 2nd day of July, 1916, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before. that date:

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

No. 25 of 1902.

The N. K. Fairbank Company, 277 Dearborn Street, City of Chicago, State of Illinois,

Date of Expiration of Registration.

2nd June, 1916.

No. 26 of 1902.

No. 27 of 1902.

2nd June, 1916.

U.S.A.

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Registrar of Trade Marks.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

   No. 255.-Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hongkong, during the month of May, 1916.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

WIND.

DATE.

AT M.S.L.

CLOUDI SUN-

NESS. SHINE.

RAIN.

Max. Mean. Min. Rel. Abs.

Dir. Vel.

C

ins.

p. c. ius.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points. Miles

p.h.

29.92

I,

84.7 79.3 76.1

89

0.89

85

I.2

.96

77.I

74.4

72.3

86

-73

2,

30.00

75.2

72.5 70.0 79

.63

69

3,

.01

76.8

73.7 71.0 78

.65

53

4,

29.99

78.8

74.4

80 71.4

.68

60

5,

6,

.95 81.5

76.4 72.1

.72

30

.90 86.6

78.4

71.2 76

.74

7,

.98

8,

77-7

74.2 72.5

78

.66

70

30.00

79.8

75.0 72.0

79

.69

58

9,

......

10,

29.93

83.2

77.7 74.5 83

.79

50

.86

84.6

78.9 73.9

81

.80

32

[1, 12,

.86

83.3 78.7

74.9

84

.82

42

13,

.84

81.6 78.2

76.4 !

82

.80

76

.78

14,

80.3 78.0

75.9

87

.84

85

.77

83.9 79.8

75.8

83

.85

72

tomoOLOD ON NOIN

3.5

7.4

0.695 SE by E10.2 E by N 24.9 E 23.7

9.3

E 18.0

8.0

E by S 15.3

11.0

E by S 11.2

II. I

NW

3.5

7.8

E

28.3

7.8

E

16.5

6.9

E by S

8.2

9.0

ESE

5.9

10.0

E by S 14.2

9.3

E

120.0

...

3.6

0.020

E

17.5

IO.I

0.345

E by S 16.5

15,

16,

.89

17,

.93

81.3 78.3

80.5 77.1 73.9

88

.82

95

0.7

0.570

E by S

9.5

74.4

90

.87

100

0.3

0.110

ESE

10.6

18,

.85

83.7 80.0 75.5 !

85

.87

98

I. I

0.055

S

8.1

.72

82.4

78.2

73.7 89

.86

100

0.2

3.055 SW by $18.8

19,

86.6

20,

.75

79.6 74.9 79

.80

79

7.9

0.020

W by N 9.5

.80

82.3

77.1 73.9 90

.84

90

1.5

2.910

E

9.0

21,

22,

.85

78.9 74.4 71.1 91

.78

100

1.250

E 18.4

.86

23,

77.8 75.5

72.7 88

.78

99

0.3

0.125

E

18.5

24,

.85

87.7

.88

88.0

81.1 76.9

80.3 75.8 84

.87

67

10.7

0.045 S by W

83

.88

57

8.7

25,

26,

.88

88.2

27,

.83 88.9

28,

.78

90.5 83.2 78.3 78

82.7 78.4

81.9 77.9 79

.86

37

11.4

.86

77

20

11.5

.89

30

10.6

29,

30,

.77 .81

.81

90.3

83.3

78.6

78

.89

67

7.6 1

85.7

81.3 78.3 80

.86

78

5.5

80.5

31,

78.0 75.4 91

.88

96

0.2

0.055 3.680

5.0

SW by W 3.8

SW by S 4.5

W by S 4.2

SW by W 4-4 SW by S 4.8

ESE E by S

8.6

7.8

Sum.

Sum.

Mean.

29.87

82.9

78.1

74.5

83 0.80

67

194.2

12.935

E by S 12.2

330

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OFFICE OF REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS.

   No. 254.--It is hereby notified that the registration of the following trade marks has expired and that it will be removed from the Register of Trade Marks on the 2nd day of July, 1916, unless the prescribed fee for renewal of registration is paid before. that date:

Number of Trade Mark.

Name and Address of Proprietor.

No. 25 of 1902.

The N. K. Fairbank Company, 277 Dearborn Street, City of Chicago, State of Illinois,

Date of Expiration of Registration.

2nd June, 1916.

No. 26 of 1902.

No. 27 of 1902.

2nd June, 1916.

U.S.A.

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Registrar of Trade Marks.

ROYAL OBSERVATORY.

   No. 255.-Extract of Meteorological Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Hongkong, during the month of May, 1916.

BARO-

METER

TEMPERATURE.

HUMIDITY.

WIND.

DATE.

AT M.S.L.

CLOUDI SUN-

NESS. SHINE.

RAIN.

Max. Mean. Min. Rel. Abs.

Dir. Vel.

C

ins.

p. c. ius.

p. c.

hrs.

ins.

Points. Miles

p.h.

29.92

I,

84.7 79.3 76.1

89

0.89

85

I.2

.96

77.I

74.4

72.3

86

-73

2,

30.00

75.2

72.5 70.0 79

.63

69

3,

.01

76.8

73.7 71.0 78

.65

53

4,

29.99

78.8

74.4

80 71.4

.68

60

5,

6,

.95 81.5

76.4 72.1

.72

30

.90 86.6

78.4

71.2 76

.74

7,

.98

8,

77-7

74.2 72.5

78

.66

70

30.00

79.8

75.0 72.0

79

.69

58

9,

......

10,

29.93

83.2

77.7 74.5 83

.79

50

.86

84.6

78.9 73.9

81

.80

32

[1, 12,

.86

83.3 78.7

74.9

84

.82

42

13,

.84

81.6 78.2

76.4 !

82

.80

76

.78

14,

80.3 78.0

75.9

87

.84

85

.77

83.9 79.8

75.8

83

.85

72

tomoOLOD ON NOIN

3.5

7.4

0.695 SE by E10.2 E by N 24.9 E 23.7

9.3

E 18.0

8.0

E by S 15.3

11.0

E by S 11.2

II. I

NW

3.5

7.8

E

28.3

7.8

E

16.5

6.9

E by S

8.2

9.0

ESE

5.9

10.0

E by S 14.2

9.3

E

120.0

...

3.6

0.020

E

17.5

IO.I

0.345

E by S 16.5

15,

16,

.89

17,

.93

81.3 78.3

80.5 77.1 73.9

88

.82

95

0.7

0.570

E by S

9.5

74.4

90

.87

100

0.3

0.110

ESE

10.6

18,

.85

83.7 80.0 75.5 !

85

.87

98

I. I

0.055

S

8.1

.72

82.4

78.2

73.7 89

.86

100

0.2

3.055 SW by $18.8

19,

86.6

20,

.75

79.6 74.9 79

.80

79

7.9

0.020

W by N 9.5

.80

82.3

77.1 73.9 90

.84

90

1.5

2.910

E

9.0

21,

22,

.85

78.9 74.4 71.1 91

.78

100

1.250

E 18.4

.86

23,

77.8 75.5

72.7 88

.78

99

0.3

0.125

E

18.5

24,

.85

87.7

.88

88.0

81.1 76.9

80.3 75.8 84

.87

67

10.7

0.045 S by W

83

.88

57

8.7

25,

26,

.88

88.2

27,

.83 88.9

28,

.78

90.5 83.2 78.3 78

82.7 78.4

81.9 77.9 79

.86

37

11.4

.86

77

20

11.5

.89

30

10.6

29,

30,

.77 .81

.81

90.3

83.3

78.6

78

.89

67

7.6 1

85.7

81.3 78.3 80

.86

78

5.5

80.5

31,

78.0 75.4 91

.88

96

0.2

0.055 3.680

5.0

SW by W 3.8

SW by S 4.5

W by S 4.2

SW by W 4-4 SW by S 4.8

ESE E by S

8.6

7.8

Sum.

Sum.

Mean.

29.87

82.9

78.1

74.5

83 0.80

67

194.2

12.935

E by S 12.2

+

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 9, 1916.

MEANS OF 30 YEARS (1884 TO 1913 INCLUSIVE) FOR MAY:-

Maximum,..... Mean, Minimum,

331

29.91 84.I 79.4 76.0 29.86 81.4 76.8

.85

 73.6 83 29.83 78.6 73.4 71.6 77

.77

.71

71

89 261.3 48.840 155.1 11.713 82.6 1.150

16.0

E by S

12.9

9.4

  The rainfall for the month of May at the Botanical Gardens was 11ins. 65 on 15 days, at the Matilda Hospital, Mount Kellett, it was 16ins. 32 on 14 days, and at the Police Station, Taipo, it was 12ins. 49 on 12 days.

7th June, 1916.

T. F. CLAXTON,

Director.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 16, 1916.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 256.

Order made by the Governor in Council under Sections 3 and 4 of the Importation and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 32 of 1915), on the 15th day of June,

1916.

The Rules made by the Governor

in the Gazettes of the 7th, 14th, and 21 Quncil under the above Ordinance and published

respectively, are hereby amended as follows:

the 7th April, and the 15th May, 1916,

1. Rule No. 32 is repealed and the following is substituted therefor:

"32. The following articles may be imported and exported Passengers'

without a permit or licence unless the Superintendent of travellers' Imports and Exports requires a permit to be obtained :--- samples.

(a.) Travellers' samples.

(b.) Passengers' baggage, provided that such baggage. contains only articles of personal use and articles for personal consumption, and does not exceed in weight or measurement the amount which the passenger in entitled to have carried free under the conditions of his passage ticket."

2. The following rule is added :---

baggage and

permit

"39. Subject to Rules 1 (2), 5, 30, 32, 33, and 34, no person Import

shall without an import permit take delivery of or receive necessary into his possession any article which was imported without before article an import permit.

can be taken delivery of.

   No. 257.It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor in Council has, under Section 7 of the Holidays Ordinance, 1912, (Ordinance No. 5 of 1912), appointed Saturday, the 1st day of July, 1916, to be observed as a General Holiday.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

15th June, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

   No. 258. His Majesty the King has not been advised to exercise his power of dis- allowance with respect to the following Ordinance :--

Ordinance No. 1 of 1916.--An Ordinance to amend the Societies Ordinance,

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

10th June, 1916.

1911.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

APPOINTMENTS, &c.

   No. 259. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to recognise, provisionally and pending the receipt of instructions from His Majesty's Government, Mr. S. TAKAHASHI as Consul-General for Japan in Hongkong.

13th June, 1916.

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335

No. 260. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the following gentlemen to be Justices of the Peace for the Colony of Hongkong :

PAUL MARY HODGSON.

Li Po KWAL

EDWARD JOSEPH NORONHA.

GEOFFREY KENDALL NUTTALL.

FREDERICK PEEL ELDON LEONARD POTTER.

ROBERT SUTHERLAND.

TONG YAT CHUN.

SULEMAN VALJEE.

16th June, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

No. 261. It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor has been ple ased to exclude the Police Magistrates' Department from the operation of the Holidays Ordi- nance, 1912, (Ordinance No. 5 of 1912), on Saturday, the 1st July, 1916.

  No. 262. The following List of Articles declared to be Contraband of War is published for general information.

LIST OF ARTICLES DECLARED TO BE CONTRABAND OF WAR.

   The articles declared to be contraband of war in the Proclamations now in force have been arranged alphabetically in the accompanying list. It is hoped that this will be convenient to all parties concerned. ·

The list comprises the articles which have been declared to be absolute contraband as well as those which have been declared to be conditional contraband. The circum- stances of the present war are so peculiar that His Majesty's Government consider that for practical purposes the distinction between the two classes of contraband has ceased to have any value. So large a proportion of the inhabitants of the enemy country are taking part, directly or indirectly, in the war that no real distinction can now be drawn between the armed forces and the civilian population. Similarly, the enemy Government has taken control, by a series of decrees and orders, of practically all the articles in the list of conditional contraband, so that they are now available for Government use. So long as these exceptional conditions continue our belligerent rights with respect to the two kinds of contraband are the same, and our treatment of them must be identical.

Foreign Office, April 13, 1916.

List of Articles.

Acetic acid and acetates.

Acetic ether.

Acetones, and raw and finished materials, usable for

their preparation.

Aircraft of all kinds, including aeroplanes, airships, balloons, and their component parts, together with accessories and articles suitable for use in connection with aircraft.

Aluminium, alumina, and salts of aluminium.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 16, 1916.

335

No. 260. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the following gentlemen to be Justices of the Peace for the Colony of Hongkong :

PAUL MARY HODGSON.

Li Po KWAL

EDWARD JOSEPH NORONHA.

GEOFFREY KENDALL NUTTALL.

FREDERICK PEEL ELDON LEONARD POTTER.

ROBERT SUTHERLAND.

TONG YAT CHUN.

SULEMAN VALJEE.

16th June, 1916.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

No. 261. It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor has been ple ased to exclude the Police Magistrates' Department from the operation of the Holidays Ordi- nance, 1912, (Ordinance No. 5 of 1912), on Saturday, the 1st July, 1916.

  No. 262. The following List of Articles declared to be Contraband of War is published for general information.

LIST OF ARTICLES DECLARED TO BE CONTRABAND OF WAR.

   The articles declared to be contraband of war in the Proclamations now in force have been arranged alphabetically in the accompanying list. It is hoped that this will be convenient to all parties concerned. ·

The list comprises the articles which have been declared to be absolute contraband as well as those which have been declared to be conditional contraband. The circum- stances of the present war are so peculiar that His Majesty's Government consider that for practical purposes the distinction between the two classes of contraband has ceased to have any value. So large a proportion of the inhabitants of the enemy country are taking part, directly or indirectly, in the war that no real distinction can now be drawn between the armed forces and the civilian population. Similarly, the enemy Government has taken control, by a series of decrees and orders, of practically all the articles in the list of conditional contraband, so that they are now available for Government use. So long as these exceptional conditions continue our belligerent rights with respect to the two kinds of contraband are the same, and our treatment of them must be identical.

Foreign Office, April 13, 1916.

List of Articles.

Acetic acid and acetates.

Acetic ether.

Acetones, and raw and finished materials, usable for

their preparation.

Aircraft of all kinds, including aeroplanes, airships, balloons, and their component parts, together with accessories and articles suitable for use in connection with aircraft.

Aluminium, alumina, and salts of aluminium.

336

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 16, 1916.

Ammonia liquor.

Ammonium salts.

Aniline and its derivatives.

Animals, saddle, draught, or pack, suitable, or which

may become suitable, for use in war.

Antimony, together with the sulphides and oxides of

antimony.

Apparatus designed exclusively for the manufacture of munitions of war, or for the manufacture or repair of arms or of war material for use on land or sea. Armour plates.

Arms of all kinds, including arms for sporting purposes,

and their component parts.

Arsenic and its compounds.

Arsenical ore.

Articles especially adapted for use in the manufacture

or repair of tyres.

Asbestos.

Barbed wire.

Barium chlorate and perchlorate.

Bauxite.

Benzol and its mixtures and derivatives.

Bladders, guts, casings, and sausage skins.

Bones in any form, whole or crushed, and bone ash. Boots and shoes suitable for use in war.

Borax, boric acid, and other boron compounds. Bromine.

Calcium acetate, calcium nitrate, and calcium carbide.

Camp equipments, articles of, and their component parts. Camphor.

Capsicum.

Carbon disulphide.

Carbon, halogen compounds of.

Carbonyl chloride.

Carborundum in all forms.

Casein.

Caustic potash and caustic soda.

Celluloid.

Charges and cartridges of all kinds and their component

parts.

Chlorides, metallic (except chloride of sodium) and

metalloidic.

Chlorine.

Chrome ore.

Chronometers.

Clothing and fabrics for clothing suitable for use in war. Clothing of a distinctively military character.

Cobalt.

Copper pyrites and other copper ores.

Copper unwrought and part wrought, copper wire, alloys

and compounds of copper.

Cork, including cork dust.

Corundum, natural and artificial (alundum), in all forms. Cotton; raw, linters, cotton waste, cotton yarns, cotton piece-goods, and other cotton products capable of being used in the manufacture of explosives.

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337

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 16, 1916.

Cresol and its mixtures and derivatives.

Cyanamide.

Docks, parts of.

Emery in all forms.

Equipment of a distinctively military character. Ethyl alcohol.

Explosives, whether specially prepared for use in war or

not.

Ferro alloys, including ferro-tungsten, ferro-molybdenum, ferro-manganese, ferro-vanadium, and ferro-chrome. Field forges and their component parts.

Field glasses.

Flax.

Floating docks and their component parts. Foodstuffs.

Forage and feeding stuffs for animals.

Formic ether.

Fuel, other than mineral oils.

Fuming sulphuric acid.

Furs utilisable for clothing suitable for use in war.

Glycerine.

Gold.

Gun mountings and their component parts.

Hair, animal, of all kinds, and tops, noils, and yarns of

animal hair.

Harness and saddlery.

Harness of a distinctively military character, all kinds of. Hemp.

Hides of cattle, buffaloes, and horses.

Horseshoes and shoeing material.

Hydrochloric acid.

Implements designed exclusively for the manufacture of munitions of war, or for the manufacture or repair of arms or of war material for use on land or sea.

Implements for fixing and cutting barbed wire. Iodine and its compounds.

Iron, electrolytic.

Iron, hæmatite and hæmatite iron ore.

Iron pyrites.

Kapok.

Lathes capable of being employed in the manufacture of

munitions of war.

Lead and lead ore.

Leather belting, hydraulic leather, pump leather. Leather, undressed or dressed, suitable for saddlery,

harness, military boots, or military clothing. Limbers and limber-boxes and their component parts. Lubricants.

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Machines capable of being employed in the manufacture

of munitions of war.

Manganese and manganese ore. Manganese dioxide.

Maps and plans of any place within the territory of any belligerent, or within the area of military operations, on a scale of 4 miles to 1 inch or any larger scale, and reproductions on any scale, by photography, or otherwise, of such maps or plans.

Materials especially adapted for use in the manufacture

or repair of tyres.

Materials used in the manufacture of explosives.

Mercury.

Methyl alcohol.

Military waggons and their component parts.

Mineral oils, including benzine and motor spirit.

Molybdenum and molybdenite.

Motor vehicles of all kinds and their component parts

and accessories.

Naphthalene and its mixtures and derivatives.

Nautical instruments, all kinds of.

Negotiable instruments.

Nickel and nickel ore.

Nitric acid and nitrates of all kinds.

Oils and fats, animal, fish, and vegetable, other than those capable of use as lubricants, and not includ- ing essential oils.

Oleaginous seeds, nuts, and kernels.

Oleum.

Paper money.

Paraffin wax.

Peppers.

Phenol (carbolic acid) and its mixtures and derivatives. Phosphorus and its compounds.

Phosgene.

Potassium salts.

Powders, whether specially prepared for use in war or

not.

Projectiles of all kinds and their component parts. Prussiate of soda.

Railway materials, both fixed and rolling stock.

Ramie.

Rangefinders and their component parts.

Rattans.

Realisable securities.

Resinous products.

Rubber (including raw, waste, and reclaimed rubber, solutions and jellies containing rubber, or any other preparations containing rubber, balata, and gutta- percha, and the following varieties of rubber, viz., Borneo, Guayule, Jelutong, Palembang, Pontianac, and all other substances containing caoutchouc), and goods made wholly or partly of rubber.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 16, 1916.

Sabadilla şeeds and preparations therefrom.

Scheelite.

Searchlights and their component parts.

Selenium.

Silver.

Skins of calves, pigs, sheep, goats, and deer.

Skins utilisable for clothing suitable for use in war.

Soap.

Sodium.

Sodium chlorate and perchlorate.

Sodium cyanide.

Solvent naphtha and its mixtures and derivatives.

Starch.

Steel containing tungsten or molybdenum.

Submarine sound signalling apparatus.

Sulphur.

Sulphur dioxide.

Sulphuric acid.

Sulphuric ether.

Tanning substances of all kinds, including quebracho

wood and extracts for use in tanning.

Telegraphs, materials for.

Telephones, materials for.

Telescopes.

Tin, chloride of tin, and tin-ore.

Toluol and its mixtures and derivatives.

Tools capable of being employed in the manufacture of

munitions of war.

Tungsten.

Turpentine (oil and spirit).

Tyres for motor vehicles and for cycles.

Urea.

Vanadium.

Vegetable fibres and yarns made therefrom.

Vehicles of all kinds, other than motor vehicles, available

for use in war, and their component parts.

Vessels, craft, and boats of all kinds.

Warships, including boats and their component parts of such a nature that they can only be used on a vessel of war.

Wireless telegraphs, materials for.

Wolframite.

Wood tar and wood tar oil.

Wool, raw, combed, or carded; wool waste; wool tops

and noils; woollen or worsted yarns.

Xylol and its mixtures and derivatives.

Zinc ore.

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No. 263. The following notice issued by the Board of Trade is published for general information.

In connection with the abolition of the requirement of certificates of origin for goods imported into the United Kingdom from Italy, the Board of Trade desire to remind traders that the obligation remains upon them to satisfy themselves that no goods which have left enemy territory since the outbreak of war are imported into the United Kingdom on their account.

The Customs Authorities are empowered to detain all goods of doubtful origin for inquiries.

No. 264. It is hereby notified that all persons wishing to enter Egypt whether British, Allied or neutral subjects, irrespective of sex, should make application to the nearest British Consular Officer or Passport authority where application forms will be filled in and forwarded to Egypt for approval so as to arrive there 14 days previous to proposed date of embarkation of each individual. Urgent applications may be made by telegraph.

Only applications from bona fide residents or those irrespective of sex proving urgent necessity for entering will be considered.

No. 265. The list of persons to whom articles to be exported to China may be consigned, which was published as Notification No. 218 in the Gazette of May 19th, 1916, and amended by Notification No. 251 published in the Gazette of June 9th, 1916, is hereby further amended by the addition of the following names :

Canton Club, Canton.

Clark & Co., D., Shanghai.

Nernheim & Hebda, Harbin.

Tiriolo & Co., C., Antung. Tungshan Golf Club, ('anton.

16th June, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 20.

[L.S.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 23, 1916.

PROCLAMATIONS.

AMENDING THE TRADING WITH THE ENEMY ((NEUTRAL COUNTRIES)

PROCLAMATION, HONGKONG, 1916.

FRANCIS HENRY MAY,

Governor.

   By His Excellency Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Dis- tinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same:

   Whereas it is desirable to amend the Proclamation of the 28th day of April 1916 called the Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Proclamation 1916:

   Now therefore I Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY Knight Commander of the Most Distin- guished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies and Vice-Admiral of the same by and with the advice of the Executive Council of this Colony do by this Proclamation declare and it is hereby declared as follows:---

1. Paragraph 4 (a) of the Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Proclama- tion, Hongkong, 1916, is hereby revoked, and in lieu thereof the following paragraph shall, as from the date hereof, be inserted in the said Proclama- tion :

"4 (a). Any person or body of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, resident, carrying on business, or being in the Colony of Hongkong, who is engaged in any non-enemy country in the business of Insur- ance from carrying on in that country such business (other than the business of Marine Insurance or of the Insurance against fire or any risk of goods or merchandise during transit from shipper's or manufacturer's warehouse until deposited in warehouse on the termi- nation of the transit, if any part of the transit is by sea), with or through the agency of any of the persons or bodies of persons men- tioned in the Statutory List."

2. The said Proclamation of the 28th day of April 1916 shall be called "The

Trading with the Enemy (Statutory List) Proclamation, Hongkong, 1916."

3. This Proclamation shall be called "The Trading with the Enemy (Statutory List) Proclamation, Hongkong, 1916, No. 2," and shall be read as one with the Trading with the Enemy (Statutory List) Proclamation, Hongkong, 1916, and that Proclamation and this Proclamation may be cited together as the Trading with the Enemy (Statutory List) Proclamations, Hongkong, 1916.

Given under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony at Victoria Hongkong this 23rd day of June 1916.

By Command,

GOD SAVE THE KING.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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No. 266. The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information:

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

AMENDING THE TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (NEUTRAL COUNTRIES) PROCLAMATION, 1916.

GEORGE R.I.

WHEREAS it is desirable to amend Our Proclamation of the twenty-ninth day of

   February, 1916, called the Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Pro- clamation, 1916:

Now therefore, We have thought fit, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council, to issue this Our Royal Proclamation declaring, and it is hereby declared, as follows:-

1. Paragraph 4 (a) of the Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Proclama- tion is hereby revoked, and in lieu thereof the following paragraph shall, as from the date hereof, be inserted in the said Proclamation:----

"4 (a). Any person or body of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, resident, carrying on business, or being in the United Kingdom, who is engaged in any non-enemy country in the business of Insurance from carrying on in that country such business (other than the business of Marine In- surance or of the Insurance against fire or any risk of goods or mer- chandise during transit from shipper's or manufacturer's warehouse until deposited in warehouse on the termination of the transit, if any part of the transit is by sea), with or through the agency of any of the persons or bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List."

2. The said Proclamation of the twenty-ninth day of February, 1916, shall be called The Trading with the Enemy (Statutory List) Proclamation, 1916."

3. This Proclamation shall be called "The Trading with the Enemy (Statutory List) Proclamation, 1916, No. 2," and shall be read as one with the Trading with the Enemy (Statutory List) Proclamation, 1916, and that Proclamation and this Proclamation may be cited together as the Trading with the Enemy (Statutory List) Proclamations, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Windsor Castle, this Twenty-sixth day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the sixth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

 No. 267.---The following Proclamation of His Majesty's the KING is published for general information :-

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

PROHIBITING THE EXPORTATION OF ALL ARTICLES TO LIBERIA

GEORGE RI..

W

HEREAS by the first Section of the Exportation of Arms Act, 1900, it is enacted that We may, by Proclamation, prohibit the exportation of the articles, men- tioned in that Section to any country or place named in the Proclamation whenever We shall judge such prohibition to be expedient in order to prevent such articles being used against Our forces, or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-operation with Our forces :

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 23, 1916.

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No. 266. The following Proclamation of His Majesty the KING is published for general information:

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

AMENDING THE TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (NEUTRAL COUNTRIES) PROCLAMATION, 1916.

GEORGE R.I.

WHEREAS it is desirable to amend Our Proclamation of the twenty-ninth day of

   February, 1916, called the Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Pro- clamation, 1916:

Now therefore, We have thought fit, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council, to issue this Our Royal Proclamation declaring, and it is hereby declared, as follows:-

1. Paragraph 4 (a) of the Trading with the Enemy (Neutral Countries) Proclama- tion is hereby revoked, and in lieu thereof the following paragraph shall, as from the date hereof, be inserted in the said Proclamation:----

"4 (a). Any person or body of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, resident, carrying on business, or being in the United Kingdom, who is engaged in any non-enemy country in the business of Insurance from carrying on in that country such business (other than the business of Marine In- surance or of the Insurance against fire or any risk of goods or mer- chandise during transit from shipper's or manufacturer's warehouse until deposited in warehouse on the termination of the transit, if any part of the transit is by sea), with or through the agency of any of the persons or bodies of persons mentioned in the Statutory List."

2. The said Proclamation of the twenty-ninth day of February, 1916, shall be called The Trading with the Enemy (Statutory List) Proclamation, 1916."

3. This Proclamation shall be called "The Trading with the Enemy (Statutory List) Proclamation, 1916, No. 2," and shall be read as one with the Trading with the Enemy (Statutory List) Proclamation, 1916, and that Proclamation and this Proclamation may be cited together as the Trading with the Enemy (Statutory List) Proclamations, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Windsor Castle, this Twenty-sixth day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the sixth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

 No. 267.---The following Proclamation of His Majesty's the KING is published for general information :-

By the KING.

A PROCLAMATION

PROHIBITING THE EXPORTATION OF ALL ARTICLES TO LIBERIA

GEORGE RI..

W

HEREAS by the first Section of the Exportation of Arms Act, 1900, it is enacted that We may, by Proclamation, prohibit the exportation of the articles, men- tioned in that Section to any country or place named in the Proclamation whenever We shall judge such prohibition to be expedient in order to prevent such articles being used against Our forces, or against any forces engaged or which may be engaged in military or naval operations in co-operation with Our forces :

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1.

And whereas by the first Section of the Customis (Exportation Restriction) Act, 1914, it is enacted that the above recited Section of the Exportation of Arms Act, 1900, shall have effect while a state of war in which We are engaged exists as if in addition to the articles therein mentioned there were included all other articles of every description:

   And whereas by the first Section of the Customs (Exportation Restriction) Act, 1915, it is enacted that Our power under Section 1 of the Exportation of Arms Act, 1900, as amended by the Customs (Exportation Restriction) Act, 1914, by proclamation to prohibit the exportation of articles to any country or place named in the Proclamation shall, during the continuance of the present war, include the power to prohibit the exportation. of any article to any such country or place unless consigned to such person or persons as may be authorised by or under the Proclamation to receive such article:

   Now, therefore, We have thought fit, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council, to issue this Our Royal Proclamation declaring, and it is hereby declared, as follows:

(1) The exportation of all articles to Liberia is prohibited unless the articles are consigned to some person or persons authorised by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, or by the Board of Trade, to receive the same ; (2), The Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs or the Board of Trade shall notify, by order to be published in the London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Gazettes, a list of the persons authorised as consignees of articles exported to Liberia, and may from time to time by any order so published alter, vary, or add to, such List ;

(3) This Proclamation shall be called the Exportation to Liberia Prohibition.

Proclamation, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Windsor Castle, this Twenty-sixth day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Sixth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE.A list of persons authorised as consignees of articles exported to Liberia was published in the London Gazette of the 28th April, 1916.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 268.

   Order made by the Governor in Council under Sub-section (2) of Section 3 of the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1916), on the 22nd day of June, 1916.

The lists which were published in the Gazettes of the 28th day of April, the 12th and 19th days of May, and the 2nd day of June, 1916, of persons and bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, with whom trading is prohibited by the Trading with the Enemy (Statutory List) Proclamation, Hongkong, 1916, are hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :---

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

ARGENTINA.

Florencio Martinez de Hoz & Company, Calle Recon-

quista, 43, Buenos Aires.

Martinez de Hoz Bros., Calle Belgrano, 554, Buenos

Aires.

Schelp & Schelp, Calle Bartolome Mitre, 1123, Buenos

Aires.

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1.

And whereas by the first Section of the Customis (Exportation Restriction) Act, 1914, it is enacted that the above recited Section of the Exportation of Arms Act, 1900, shall have effect while a state of war in which We are engaged exists as if in addition to the articles therein mentioned there were included all other articles of every description:

   And whereas by the first Section of the Customs (Exportation Restriction) Act, 1915, it is enacted that Our power under Section 1 of the Exportation of Arms Act, 1900, as amended by the Customs (Exportation Restriction) Act, 1914, by proclamation to prohibit the exportation of articles to any country or place named in the Proclamation shall, during the continuance of the present war, include the power to prohibit the exportation. of any article to any such country or place unless consigned to such person or persons as may be authorised by or under the Proclamation to receive such article:

   Now, therefore, We have thought fit, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council, to issue this Our Royal Proclamation declaring, and it is hereby declared, as follows:

(1) The exportation of all articles to Liberia is prohibited unless the articles are consigned to some person or persons authorised by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, or by the Board of Trade, to receive the same ; (2), The Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs or the Board of Trade shall notify, by order to be published in the London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Gazettes, a list of the persons authorised as consignees of articles exported to Liberia, and may from time to time by any order so published alter, vary, or add to, such List ;

(3) This Proclamation shall be called the Exportation to Liberia Prohibition.

Proclamation, 1916.

Given at Our Court at Windsor Castle, this Twenty-sixth day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and sixteen, and in the Sixth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

NOTE.A list of persons authorised as consignees of articles exported to Liberia was published in the London Gazette of the 28th April, 1916.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

No. 268.

   Order made by the Governor in Council under Sub-section (2) of Section 3 of the Trading with the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Ordinance, 1916, (Ordinance No. 4 of 1916), on the 22nd day of June, 1916.

The lists which were published in the Gazettes of the 28th day of April, the 12th and 19th days of May, and the 2nd day of June, 1916, of persons and bodies of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, with whom trading is prohibited by the Trading with the Enemy (Statutory List) Proclamation, Hongkong, 1916, are hereby further amended by the variation and addition of the names set forth in the Schedule hereto :---

SCHEDULE.

Additions to List.

ARGENTINA.

Florencio Martinez de Hoz & Company, Calle Recon-

quista, 43, Buenos Aires.

Martinez de Hoz Bros., Calle Belgrano, 554, Buenos

Aires.

Schelp & Schelp, Calle Bartolome Mitre, 1123, Buenos

Aires.

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THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 23, 1916.

BRAZIL.

Albuquerque, Antonio de.

Louro Linhares, Florianopolis.

Viuva Carlos Brando & Company, Florianopolis.

CHILE.

Daube & Company, Prate, 8, Valparaiso; Santiago;

Concepcion & Antofagasta.

Fölsch & Company, Casilla, 16a, Valparaiso.

Gildemeister & Company, Valparaiso; Lynch, 98, Iqui- que; Washington, 478, Antofagasta; S. José; Pena Chica; San Pedro.

Hardt, E. W. & Company, Valparaiso.

Kurtze, Walter, Punta Arenas.

Luck Winkelhagen & Company, Valparaiso.

Manns, Ernesto, Punta Arenas.

Reitze, Leopold & Company, Valparaiso.

Schultz, Ricardo, & Company, Coquimbo, Concepcion

and Valparaiso.

Sloman & Company, Valparaiso.

Stubenrauch, R., Punta Arenas.

Trede, H., Punta Arenas.

Vorwerk & Company, Prate, 231-239, Valparaiso.

Weber & Company, Valparaiso.

NETHERLAND EAST INDIES.

Engelen, Filemon & Company, Batavia.

Jongeneel, Medan.

Oving, H. E., Sourabaya.

NORWAY.

Allgemeine Electricitäts Gesellschaft, Christiania.

Andersen, Brödrene, Sarpsborg.

Bergens Bliktrykkeri A/S., Post-box 134; and Dams-

gaard, Bergen.

Brun, Joseph Jervel, Grand Hotel, Christiania.

Christiania Textilfabrik, Chr. Krohgsgt., 3, Christiania. Fiskegarnsfabrik, Christian IV.'s gade, 89 and 91,

Kristianssand.

Haak, L., & Company, Elveg, 5, Christiania.

Jacobsen & Braastad, Toldbodgt, 35, Christiania.

Johannesen, Albert, Chr. Krohgsgt., 3, Christiania.

Larsen, Oscar, Aalesund.

Londoner Bazar, Strandgt., 29, Bergen; Torvgt., 176,

Christiania.

Mortensen, Th., Prinsensgt., 2b, Christiania. Nilsen, Helen, Olaf Kyrresgd., S., Bergen.

Olsen, Wilhelm A/S., Strandgt., 95, Bergen.

Pein & Hartmann, Kirkegt., 17, Christiania.

Rubenstein, O., Strandgt., 29, Bergen; Torygt., 176,

Christiania.

Schlytter A/S., Skippergt., 19, Christiania.

Stavanger Sardine Company A/S., Stavanger.

United Sardine Factories, Bergen; Jelseg 45, and

Lervik Stavanger.

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PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.

Dy Buncio & Company.

Menzi, J.

PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA.

Ferreira, C. A., Chinde.

Serrinha, J. A., Limitada, Chinde.

SPAIN.

Boetticher & Navarro, Zurbano, 58, Madrid.

Cia Sevillana de Electrioidad, San Pablo, 30, Avenida

San Sebastian, Seville.

Coppel, Carlos, Fuencarral, 27, Madrid.

Escuder, José, Valencia.

Frade, Francisco, Madrid.

Gans, Richard, Princessa, 63, Madrid.

Hielscher, Adolph, Calle Zorrilla, 31, Madrid.

Koppel, Arturo, Carrera San Jeronimo, Madrid.

Loeck, Walter, Bilbao.

Maximo, Otto, Carrera San Jeronimo, Madrid.

Meyer, Carlos, Cadiz.

Muller, William, Seville.

Murillo, Marcilino, Bilbao.

Palacios, Luis Asin, Calle de Preciados, Madrid.

Pares, Barcelona.

Reder, Gustav, Zorrilla, 23, Madrid.

Rook, Jorge, Hurtado de Amézaga, 12, Bilbao.

Traumann, Enrique, Madrid.

Uhthoff, Ludolfo, San Pedro, 16, Cadiz.

Wackonnigg, Wilhelm, Bilbao.

SWEDEN.

Clase, Gustav, S. Hamng., 15, Gothenburg.

Forsblad & Son, Norra Hamngatan 6, Gothenburg.

Larsson, Adolph, Orebro.

Azua, Ramon V.

Removals from List.

ECUADOR.

PERSIA.

Haji Abdur Rahim Shirazi, Bombay and Shiraz.

Ittahadie Fils, Tehran.

Rahim Ittahadie (Ittahadie Fils), Tehran.

Zilka, Abraham Joseph, Kermanshah.

PORTUGAL.

Caldeira, Ignacio, & Company, Funchal, Madeira.

PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA.

Bhatt, Vithaljee, Lourenço Marques. Molu, Palma, Ibo and Porto Amelia.

Saccoor, Amad, Lourenço Marques.

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No. 269.

347

  Order made by the Governor in Council under Sections 3 and 4 of the Importation. and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 32 of 1915), on the 22nd day of June, 1916.

  The rules made by the Governor in Council under the above Ordinance which were published in the Gazettes of the 7th, 14th and 21st January, the 7th April, the 5th May, and the 16th June, 1916, respectively, are hereby amended by the addition thereto of the following rule :----

to Liberia.

Exportation 10. No person shall export or attempt to export any article to Liberia unless consigned to such person as may be approved by the Superintendent of Imports and Exports."

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

22nd June, 1916.

 NOTE. -A Proclamation was made by His Majesty the King on the 26th April, 1916, prohibiting the exportation of any article to Liberia unless consigned to some approved person. A list of such approved persons was published in the London Gazette of 28th April, 1916. The Superintendent of Imports and Exports will be prepared to allow exportation to any persons on that list, which may be seen on application to the Attorney General.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 270.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 4.

THURSDAY, 27TH APRIL, 1916.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY, K.C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General FRANCIS

VENTRIS).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (CLAUD SEVERN).

the Attorney General, (JOSEPHI HORSFORD KEMP).

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the Director of Public Works, (WILLIAM CHATHAM, C.M.G.).

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the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX).

"

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the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCHLVAINE MESSER). Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

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Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

Mr. DAVID LANDALE.

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Mr. LAU CHU PAK.

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Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK.

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ABSENT:

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the Colonial Treasurer, (ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON).

The Council met pursuant to adjournment.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 20th April, 1916, were confirmed.

THE HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 23, 1916.

No. 269.

347

  Order made by the Governor in Council under Sections 3 and 4 of the Importation. and Exportation Ordinance, 1915, (Ordinance No. 32 of 1915), on the 22nd day of June, 1916.

  The rules made by the Governor in Council under the above Ordinance which were published in the Gazettes of the 7th, 14th and 21st January, the 7th April, the 5th May, and the 16th June, 1916, respectively, are hereby amended by the addition thereto of the following rule :----

to Liberia.

Exportation 10. No person shall export or attempt to export any article to Liberia unless consigned to such person as may be approved by the Superintendent of Imports and Exports."

A. G. M. FLETCHER, Clerk of Councils.

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

22nd June, 1916.

 NOTE. -A Proclamation was made by His Majesty the King on the 26th April, 1916, prohibiting the exportation of any article to Liberia unless consigned to some approved person. A list of such approved persons was published in the London Gazette of 28th April, 1916. The Superintendent of Imports and Exports will be prepared to allow exportation to any persons on that list, which may be seen on application to the Attorney General.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. 270.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, No. 4.

THURSDAY, 27TH APRIL, 1916.

PRESENT:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

(Sir FRANCIS HENRY MAY, K.C.M.G.).

His Excellency the General Officer Commanding the Troops, (Major-General FRANCIS

VENTRIS).

The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, (CLAUD SEVERN).

the Attorney General, (JOSEPHI HORSFORD KEMP).

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the Director of Public Works, (WILLIAM CHATHAM, C.M.G.).

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the Secretary for Chinese Affairs, (EDWIN RICHARD HALLIFAX).

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the Captain Superintendent of Police, (CHARLES MCHLVAINE MESSER). Mr. WEI YUK, C.M.G.

Mr. HENRY EDWARD POLLOCK, K.C.

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Mr. EDWARD SHELLIM.

Mr. DAVID LANDALE.

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Mr. LAU CHU PAK.

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Mr. PERCY HOBSON HOLYOAK.

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the Colonial Treasurer, (ALEXANDER MACDONALD THOMSON).

The Council met pursuant to adjournment.

The Minutes of the last Meeting, held on the 20th April, 1916, were confirmed.

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   REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.--The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the Report of the Finance Committee (No. 2), dated the 20th April, 1916, and moved its adoption.

Mr. WEI YUK seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

PUNISHMENT OF INCEST BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to provide for the punish- ment of Incest.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question--put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

   On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee without amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded. Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

   TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (EXTENSION OF POWERS) BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to provide for the Extension of the Restrictions relating to Trading with the Enemy to Persons to whom, though not resident or carrying on business in Enemy Territory, it is by reason of their Enemy Nationality or Enemy Associations expedient to extend such Restrictions.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

Council in Committee on the Bill.

   On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee without amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

REGISTRATION OF PERSONS BILL.--The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to provide for the registra- tion of certain persons.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Bill read a second time.

MARRIAGE OF BRITISH SUBJECTS (FACILITIES) BILL.-The Attorney General addressed the Council and moved the Second reading of the Bill intituled An Ordinance to facilitate marriages between British subjects resident in the Colony and British subjects resident in the United Kingdom.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

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On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee without amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.--The Council then adjourned sine die.

Read and confirmed this 22nd day of June, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY, Governor.

No. 271. His Excellency the Governor has given his assent, in the name and on behalf of His Majesty the King, to the following Ordinance passed by the Legislative Council:-

Ordinance No. 6 of 1916.-An Ordinance to provide for the registration of cer-

tain persons.

HONGKONG.

No. 6 of 1916.

LS

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY,

Governor,

23rd June, 1916.

An Ordinance to provide for the registration

of certain persons.

[23rd June, 1916.]

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Registration of Short title. Persons Ordinance, 1916.

First

Schedule.

2.-(1.) Every person, except the persons specified Returns to in the First Schedule hereto, who is in the Colony be furnished. at the commencement of this Ordinance shall within one month of such commencement, unless such person shall have departed from the Colony within the said period of one month, furnish to the Captain Superintendent of Police a return of the particulars specified in the Second Schedule Second

Schedule. hereto.

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On Council resuming, the Attorney General reported that the Bill had passed through Committee without amendment and moved that it be read a third time.

The Colonial Secretary seconded.

Question-put and agreed to.

Bill read a third time and passed.

ADJOURNMENT.--The Council then adjourned sine die.

Read and confirmed this 22nd day of June, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

F. H. MAY, Governor.

No. 271. His Excellency the Governor has given his assent, in the name and on behalf of His Majesty the King, to the following Ordinance passed by the Legislative Council:-

Ordinance No. 6 of 1916.-An Ordinance to provide for the registration of cer-

tain persons.

HONGKONG.

No. 6 of 1916.

LS

I assent to this Ordinance.

F. H. MAY,

Governor,

23rd June, 1916.

An Ordinance to provide for the registration

of certain persons.

[23rd June, 1916.]

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Registration of Short title. Persons Ordinance, 1916.

First

Schedule.

2.-(1.) Every person, except the persons specified Returns to in the First Schedule hereto, who is in the Colony be furnished. at the commencement of this Ordinance shall within one month of such commencement, unless such person shall have departed from the Colony within the said period of one month, furnish to the Captain Superintendent of Police a return of the particulars specified in the Second Schedule Second

Schedule. hereto.

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(2.) Every person, except the persons specified in the First Schedule hereto, who shall hereafter arrive in the Colony shall within one week of such arrival, unless such person shall have departed from the Colony within the said period of one week, furnish to the Captain Superintendent of Police a return of the particulars specified in the Second Schedule hereto : provided that it shall not be necessary for any person to furnish a return under this sub-section who shall have previously furnished a return under sub- section (1) of this section.

(3.) Every person who shall hereafter cease to fall within the excepted classes specified in the First Schedule hereto, whether on account of a change in the status of such person or on account of an alteration in the said Schedule or for any other cause, shall within one week of his so ceasing to fall within the said excepted classes, unless such person shall have departed from the Colony within the said period of one week, furnish to the Captain Superintendent of Police a return of the particulars specified in the Second Schedule hereto.

(4.) Every return required under this section shall be signed legibly by the person to whom it relates, and such signature shall be witnessed by some person of full age resident in the Colony who shall add his place of residence to his signature.

(5.) No person shall furnish untrue particulars in any such returu.

Attendance on notice.

Third Schedule.

Answering enquiries.

Production

of docu- ments.

Register to be con- fidential.

Powers of the Governor in Council.

Offences and penalties.

3.-(1.) Every person, except the persons specified in the First Schedule hereto, shall on receipt of a notice in the form in the Third Schedule hereto, whether he intend to remain in the Colony or not, attend at the time and place named in such notice.

(2.) Any such notice shall be signed by a police officer not below the rank of Assistant Superintendent.

(3.) Every person, except the persons specified in the First Schedule hereto, shall truthfully and fully answer all questions and enquiries put to him by any police officer relating to the particulars specified in the Second Schedule

hereto.

(4.) Every person, except the persons specified in the First Schedule hereto, shall disclose and produce to any police officer on demand all documents in the possession or under the control of such person tending directly or indirectly to establish the truth or falsity of any of the said particulars.

4. No person employed in receiving, collecting, correct- ing, completing, or filing the returns, or otherwise in the compilation or maintenance of the register, or the tabula- tion of the contents thereof, and no person using the returns or register, shall without lawful authority com- municate any information acquired in the course of his employment, or from such use.

5. The Governor in Council shall have power :-

(a.) To amend in any way whatsoever any of the

schedules hereto :

(b.) To make regulations requiring the notification to the Captain Superintendent of Police of changes in any of the particulars specified in the Second Schedule hereto.

6. Every person who acts in contravention of or fails to comply with any of the provisions of this Ordinance or of any regulation made thereunder shall be liable upon summary conviction to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars

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and in the case of a continuing offence to a further fine not exceeding ten dollars for each day during which offence continues.

Passed the Legislative Council of Hongkong, this 22nd day of June, 1916.

A. G. M. FLETCHER,

Clerk of Councils.

Assented to by His Excellency the Governor, the 23rd day of June, 1916.

CLAUD SEVERN,

Colonial Secretary.

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First Schedule.

[s. 2.]

(1.) Members of His Majesty's Regular Naval or Military

Forces ;

(2.) Civilians in the permanent employment of the Colonial Government or of the Naval or Military authori- ties;

(3.) Members of the Hongkong Volunteer Corps, Hong- kong Volunteer Reserve, Hongkong Police Force or Special Police Reserve;

(4.) Consular officers of foreign States;

(5.) The wives and daughters of persons included in any

of the four classes specified above ;

(6.) Persons of Chinese race;

(7.) Persons not exceeding 18 years of age.

Second Schedule.

[s. 2.]

Name,...

Sex,

Age,

Single, married or widowed,

Place of birth,

Nationality,

Residence,

Profession or occupation,..........

Name of Employer,...

Business address of employer,

Nature of employer's business,

If any in the Colony.

Naval, military, volunteer or police service (if any)..................

Note. The penalty provided for failure to comply with the above

notice is a fine not exceeding $50.

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Third Schedule.

NOTICE TO ATTEND.

Registration of Persons Ordinance, 1916.

[s. 3.]

Take Notice that you are hereby required to attend at (time)

on (date)

at (place)

for the purpose of answering enquiries under the above Ordinance.

Dated.....

Captain

Deputy - Superintendent of Police,

Assistant

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT,

No. 272. It is hereby notified, with re